Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01406
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 20, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01406
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A special school board meeting is In action Monday night, Aug. 17 the
set at 7 p.m. tonight Thursday, Aug. school board:
20) on adoption of a tentative spen- ;1

ding bill totaling some$7.6 million for Was told that the walls of the mid-
1981-82. dle school gymnasium won't collapse il

r' .; k I Iy Receipts identified total $7.679,133. under winds of 70 mph or less. On first
expenditures $7,638.592, leaving a inspection of cracks in the walls Dr,
: fund balance of $40,541, Supt. Tom Morris Self, a UP expert of structural
r .S. ; @ Casey said Wednesday morning as he engineering said the walls might col-
and his staff worked feverishly to lapse, making the school board afraidto
have a line item spending bill to present open classes in the gym this fall.
tonight to the school board. A closer inspection by Dr. Self,

As with most special meetings set board architect Craig Salley and J

for specific topics, more things got former board architect Don Morgan
added at the school board's four-hour under whose supervision the BMS
marathon meeting Monday night, gym was built, showed the walls to be
Aug. 17. So, Thursday night the Bradford stronger than Dr. Self first thought. It
school board will also discuss its was first questioned if the gym walls I
building and contained the reinforcement of con
: 4f. priority program
+ crete and metal rods the specifica- I
i, ,. yw k whether to sponsor a flondation program
to prevent tooth decay. tions called for Morgan provided as-
built drawings which showed the
Supt. Casey will present a balanced walls are reinforced.

budget to the school board and recommend Dave Jackson of architect Salle>"'s
i, it become the tentative budget. firm, told the school board that Dr I
Two public hearings will then by law, Self still feels the gym walls are not
G. follow, the first being set for Monday, built to withstand the wind load required -
.:. Aug. 31, at 7 p.m. and second followng by the state Department of
within 15 days before the budget is
Education. Two were proposed
finally approved. Jackson said: 1) erection ol
1. yWk'
,* bill includes
y1 Casey's proposed spending
4 pilasters outside the walls every 10
w"n 29 cents per hour in pay raises walls
feet, or 2) rebuilding part of the
for administrators and
, non- Jackson suggested the pilasters
,. .' ,instructional employees, which would be the most viable solution
. for translates to $426 for 10-month said architect I Don
4 Supt. Casey
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II I Morgan) would bear the cost of erecting -
school board's offer of a $455 pay
Superior Bunch. the pilasters.
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raise to teachers, plus an in-step raise Board member Rodney Hall insisted .
This is the pyramid the BUS varsity cheerleaders performed for their stunt at and Terrie Matthews second leveliina?<< Lane Tabitha Folsom Sybil Kelley of $220 for an additional year's experience repeatedly to Jackson that the

I camp at. The girls are (I-r): At top, Monica Green; third level, Janet Jordan Kathy Gilllngham and Sadie McOuffie; at bottom Vickie Carver and Alesia plus increases in Social school board needs written verifica ,\
" and retirement which total \
3 Sheffield. } Security tion that the BMS gym walls are safe
7 t some $565.The to whatever degree they are safe
$40,541 in reserve funds is a
a Hall said the board is now left with
BHS Cheerleaders bare amount, Supt. Casey agrees. written the walls are in danger
, Among Top Per:? ei2s at Camp There is not many extra or uncommitted of collapsing. I

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trs r" ...'. ; _t4ipIM4( BrbutiafflM uperior'ribbon/ the highest-rating-, and a-Spbi'otOIrthe lust day. of camp;Th BHS'sqfttf recelvlS vvo juper oi j'l The teacher raise Included 'In the : to the>"inconsistencywith .
Stick, the varsity cheerleaders'Bradford High were one of the top performing bons. ,jg -. I!* .,1 budget is the same as that offered in Welly pursue of and I
I groups at Super Star Camp sponsored by the National Cheerleaders Association The NCA staff also awarded th.10r1l tdo cheerleaders with a spirit stick to the bargaining session with the Bradford specifications unit a healing the vo-lt-ch

on.the campus of the University of South Florida in Tampa Aug. 36. take home after evaluations the last day of camp Thursday, Aug. 6. It was the Education Association, even air-conditioning board has at far been
center. so un-
first time in the history of BHS; cheerleading.that a spirit was awarded the though Supt. Casey does not yet know
The days started around 7 a.m.and ended at 10 p.m. for the 1,000 cheerleaders squad to bring home. .t '. how the bargaining situation will satisfied with reports from its staff. ,
attending the camp. Instructors were college age persons who had been While the 10 squad members 'were experiencing life at cheerleading camp, come out. that the A/C is working firm properly.though ( has

cheerleaders or were cheerleaders in college.. developing sore muscles they never knew they had and running on stored up BEA President Julie Miller says the architect Salley's i
energy their sponsor, Barbara Brown was working just as hard. Mrs. Brown teacher union has asked for a federal seen that several problems are mr I

The BHS squad was evaluated on a home cheer and chant Monday and receivwas attending sessions on everything' well, including taking part in a mediator to come to Bradford Countyto rected. Gene Tanner loM
ed a superior ribbon. pyramid. The former BHS cheerleader received a superior ribbon on the final try to work out a solution to the Maintenance board man unable
Tuesday and Wednesday they got instruction on jumps, cheers, chants, day and made a grand total of six superior ribbons for the BHS contingent to bring bargaining situation now at impasse.The understand the school he is of to
pyramids, double stunts, pep rally planning, and other cheerleading activities. home. ." mediator will talk to each side, why representatives Air
"After working so closely together the 1981-62 cheerleading squad and the contractor. Sawyer
sponsor Mrs. Miller says and see what it with the school,
Tuesday the squad received a superior ribbon in evaluation by staff feel as though they can handle anything!" says squad member Vickie take to get each side back to the employees Conditioning that agree the unit is not installed .

members. Wednesday the 10 excited girls received a Spirit Stick, a token of enCarver.. bargaining table. but that the
',";,. thusiam and endurance. "So watch out opponents, ...You're in Tornado Territory! The mediator is now involved in correctly, story is I

'\ Alachua County and does not yet (see School Budget.... i'.:.iv>
know when he will be able to come

here, Mrs. Miller says.

Time Hit the Books The proposal for the dental flouride
,\ to treatment for students In grades K-6 I

will cost 60 cents per student, an expense I
for which the school board had l

'{ Smooth When Bradford Students J Return School not planned. Students would be givena
Opening Expected to Monday Morning cup of liquid containing flounde.

They would wash out their mouths,
Don't forget that school opens Mon- bus schedule as last year. The early Southside Elementary: bleachers by 8:30: a m., says Prin- then spit the liquid back into the cup
day morning Aug. 24.It'a bus leaves BE at 1:50: p.m. Everyone Some cipal Dewey McKinney, who expects and stuff a napkin provided them into
670 at
the day parents have to deal out else is dismissed at 2:20: p.m. Southside Elementary are for expected the Mon- 800-820 students Homeroom the cup to absorb the liquid, then the J

their lunch youngsters money and out remember for the bus to a few get Students at Brooker line up outsidethe day's opening. Tables will be set up on teachers, one at a time, will call out a cup would be placed in the trash can.
school at the and the and students will be list of names. When a student hears The flouridation
minutes early, just !in case. Lunch flag pole walkway would be a once a
prices for students except for a la teachers will lead them to their directed to their classrooms. his/her name called they should accompany week regimen, said Mrs. Ruth
classes Paterson BE will Schedules will be that teacher to the Hamblin. of the state's
carte items remain the same for the says. posted on an employee
1961-83 term.Adult lunches went from observe the 45 seconds of silent classroom doors by noon Friday, says homeroom where they will receive Department of Health and
$1 to 91.30. meditation, he says. Principal Jesse Moore. School will class schedules. Home room teachers Rehabilitative Services < HRS and in FRIDAY AUGUST 21
Bus routes remain essentially the open at 8:15 a.m. and dismiss at 2:15 will make certain each student knows charge of the public health dental pro- CHICKEN RICELUNCHEON
where each of his classes is located
same as last year. p.m.New gram.
Teachers went back to work Some 200-205 students are expectedat K-l students should be says McKinney. and The building priorities came up With All The Trimming
Wednesday. Aug. 19. Hampton Elementary for the 8:30: registered before Monday. Any School opens at 8:20 BMS.a.m. again when Supt. Casey said the Stark Woman's Cluo

It will be helpful I if parents of a.m. take In Monday. Rooms will be students registering Monday morning dismisses at 2:20: p.m. at excited about board has some $79,000 in construction 11 :30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. I
kindergarten and first grade students marked with students' names on the at SS are asked to register, ave, and BMS personnel are and PMR monies that must be remitted to Open to public

.entering school for the first time will door. return for school Tuesday morning. classroom.the new kitchen The new PMR new classroomis the state if not used shortly. Three

register them before Monday morn Principal Connie Clark expects a be Labor new classrooms and a new cafeteriaat SATURDAY AUGUST
expected to completed by
ing, principals point out. smooth opening. School is out at HEat Bradford Middle School: PMR Hampton Elementary are next on GOSPEL SING
For the first time in years a non- 2:45 p.m.Lawtey. Students should report directly to Day, says Principal McKinney. the building priority list approved b> Sponsored by LawtevHandyway730p.nl.

denominational 45-second period of the BMS gym and be seated in the (See School Opens.... P.ZAI the slate.and .

,meditation Will be allowed after the Elementary: Gospel l Music Park

U.S. Supreme Court overturned the The growingest school the county The Old Bluegrass Park

may ban against follow Mat it this practice year. Local if they schools wish. open, Lawtey with over Elementary 400 students.expects A new addition to- City Must Answer Apartment Zoning Complaint Proceeds-Muscular. . . .Dystrophy. .

was built there last BARBECUE
Routine normal are terms used by Names will be posted on doors of By Monday Aug. 24, the City of The city has retained attorney paving, and parks and recreation Jr. Food Store .",
Tom to describe what the
Supt. Casey classrooms Monday morning. School Starke must answer the complaint filed Leonard Ireland of Gainesville to budgeti. .12 W. Madison St.
way he expects the school opening to answer- the complaint. Ireland Donations $3.50-4-7 m,,
by a Jacksonville p
LE and developer,
opens at at 8:25: a.m.
be. Some students about the
3,850 dismisses at 2:45 Stokes and CompanyInc.,over the city represented Bessent Road cituzens in Told Reno resident James Prince Proceeds-Muscular Dystrophy
same as the past 20 years, are expected The LE staff is p.m.the same as last council's refusal to approve a site their drive to stop the apartment who lives on Calvary Street that he '
The county: Is growing from being located on the site just off can in installments his MONDAY AUGUST 24':
the student population. There is only except for the addition of Mrs. plan for a 36-unit apartment complexon pay on utility ,
Helen Shuford a Lawtey resident who Bessent Road. SR-230. bill for a sewer and water hookup. BC SCHOOL BOARD .\
transfer student the BHS foot.
one on was substitute teacher at Starke The city had 20 days to answer the The council said it will be happy to Meeting-7.00: p..m.
for Instance.
ball team, Elementary last term. complaint filed Aug..3. Since Aug. 23 Ireland has asked city officials not work out installment payments on the Cost-ol-Liv.ng Index .
Almost every teaching: slot is filled, falls could be to discuss the case outside the council sewer hookups of anybody abandoning . . :
the Students can pay for lunches at the on Sunday the answer
exception being an Englishteacher
filed chambers Mayor Charles Schaefer a septic tank and subscribing to CITY OF STARKE .
LE cafeteria the first thing Monday Monday Aug. 24.
to be hired at BHS under theatate' .
says.In city sewer and water service. .BUDGET .
new 16 million writing improvement morning. In the suit filed in the civil side of .. ? .

program. There are four Circuit Court here Stokes and Co. action in a brief session Tuesday Told Pine Haven resident Eugene XUcDgYA000ST7s1'
openings at the vo-tech center. Starke Elementary: seeks to have the court enter judge- 1
night Aug. 18, with only three Lee the city has on order 12 tank car BRADFORD
Copies of the newly printed,slightly School will open at 8li a.m. and ment ordering the city to: members present the council:' culverts which it plans to use on the ?Zoning COUNTY. '

changed code of conduct. -. .' will be sent dismiss at 2:10 p.m.. at Starke Approve 1 site plan of creek which Is eroding in the west .Board. .7:30p.mu. .
home by students.:. Elementary,which has the same staff 10 plus acres inch both the property Set meetings for 7 p.m. Monday. Starke subdivision.
as last year. Some .650455 studentsare ed BP Aug. 24, and 7:30: p.m. Tuesday Aug.
Brooker Elementary: expected. business-professional and K1A, 25 Zoning It, Planning Board
to discus budget requests with Approved the $1,202 bid of Mann- ,
Principal Budd?Paterson says he, Room assignments will be postedon single family residential). agencies and department heads. At Idafence aroundpinecityyddogC.pound Meeting. . .t.7:10.p. m.. 'w
expects some 148 students at the classroom doors around 2:30: p.m. Approve the amended site plan the Monday meeting the council will CITY .
>smallest school in the county where Friday says Principal Charles. Fran consisting of just the property currently hear from all five city departmentheads OF. STARKE

there .to just one teacher to each cis. Students can check: the doors and classified RP. the Chamber of Commerce, Councilmen Bob Milner and Jimmy Budg. .t7)0p.m.CITYOFBROOKER. . ..
trade. The staff Is the same. last go to class. New K and first grade and the Bradford Co. Library. Tuesday Crosby. Jr. were not present. Both

year and with take in at 8:30 students should be registered before .Issue a building permit for the night the council will bear frominsurance work for the prison system and.both COUNCIL' Meeting .
'a.m.Monday the same bells and Monday morning. apartment complex. c representatives strv..s were out of town on business. p.m.r.

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Page 2A TU1.EUHAPII August ZOo 191U ? r '

School Board Sets Lunch Policy For New School YearThe

School Board of Bradford Coun- an informal basis. If he wishes to the family should contact the school School Board of the of Bradford policy County which hasa
ty has set Its policy for free and reduced make a formal appeal he may makea to file new application. Such of the changes may copy be reviewed by an interested ,. ,
price meals for children unable to request either orally or in writing to may make the children family ,

pay the full price of meals and milk Dolores Morgan, Coordinator of eligible for reduced such price meals free meals or for party.Each school cafeteria will serve I( I
served under the National School School Food Service, 582 North Temple additional benefits as
'and milk If the family income falls. at lunch each day providing approx- IP't ry
Lunch Program. Ave, Starke FL 32091, phone imately one-third the Recommended 7i
964-6800 extension 9, for a hearing to or below the levels shown.
Allowances for all nutrients.
Children from families whose income appeal the decision. The policy con In the child feeding program no Dietary 1j
lunch for cents
discriminated Students may buy fifty .
child will be against
is at or below the levels shownon tains an outline of the hearing pro- the Schools and NI .yr
($50) Elementary
because of race sex, color 'or national -
the income scale are eligible for cedure.If the Middle School and for seventy

free or reduced price meals and milk. a family member' becomes Each origin.school and the office of the cents ($.70)) at the High Schools
Application forms are being sent to unemployed or if family size changes Reduced priced lunches will be twen-

all homes in a letter to parents. Addi- GUIDELINESFOK ty cents ($.20) at all schools. Extra
tional copies are available at the of- FI.OltmiIN'OME PRICE MEALS milk will be twenty cents ($,20) at all a
fice of each school. The information FREE AND REDUCED schools.

provided on the application may be School Year 1981-82 Since children and
many young
submitted at any time during the Free Meal Scale
older students eat light breakfasts or
year. The application has an Impor- Family should
no breakfast at all parents
tant change this school year which Size Annually Monthly '<"!' '
467 lUll provide some type of lunch for their ,
5.600 -
resulted from new legislation. I "
children either a bag lunch from
for free and 2 1,100 617 142
Families having applied home or a cafeteria lunch. Please Screening...
reduced price benefits in other school 3 9.1H! 1116 177J Pre-schooler Copying Letters at
free reduced
take advantage of the or
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will note some changes to the IO.91 !111e7iee.
years National School Lunch Programif and l Brian Edwards:
I of
1,06S 216S price Walter Edwards, son Lynda
application form. The applicationnow 5 7 IZ,180 qualify. offered lalltt..k ut the 'irst United' Melhj, 4tilit!
requires the name and social 11,570 I.ZII Z80 you prr-HChool: Hcrrrning program :. :
The National School Lunch Program
security number of all household 1 16nO: 1,361 I 315 ('hurch. abotr. and t'amill Hfironitented
was set up to provide hot Mona llcndrrs. pictured
Child-find specialists
members bringing in income from II 111,1641 1,513 concrptsircle' shapes, anti !>
nutritious meals for the children who the children for speech hearing vision' ,
any source. Those without social for free reduced dMetopmenlal-Krotw/ and fine motor.
are eligible or price diwi-tions-unil
and follow
able to listen
security numbers such as recent immigrants For Each: Additional lug
meals and to. provide low cost meals
that do Member Add i coordination.Available.
must indicate they .
1111 al for the children who pay full price -.... .
not yet have one. Schools may verify 1,790 -
the source and amount of income as -
well as household composition.In ,
Reduced Price: Meal Scale In starke

certain cases foster children are Family Now
also eligible for these benefits. If a SI e. I\nnually Monthly Weekly
family has foster children living with I 7.910 116-1 153
them and wishes to apply for such 2 10.5:11): 11711 203
meals and milk they should contact 3 1J.fnlO: 1,010! 25ZI
the school. 15.fII": 1,30:1: 301
:5 11I,19I 1.518 350
Under the provisions of the'policy 8 20,710 1.7211 31)\1\

the principal of each school will 7 2:1,2w: 1.11-11 ..411
review the applications and deter- II 2:0.111": 2.15:1: 491
mine eligibility. If a parent is ... .. .. I

dissatisfied with the ruling of the official For Additional .
,he may wish to discuss the decision Member Add
with the determining official on 2,550: 21:1,: -19

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(From Page IA) offices in the county and stale or are tardy not for any other violation of
school Monday appointed by these officers, the code of conduct
students can come on to -
there will be a place for them last year. Requirements for promotion i
are: Freshmen...successful completion
McKinney says.
The new kitchen at BMS will be of the eighth grade; THI RADFOIID
ready for use by early September. Sophomores..must have earned 4 or COUNTY TIIECBAPH
Until then food will be satellited from more credits; Juniors..must have Published/ ory
W.Call Sir *.
the vo-tech cafeteria as has been the earned 10 or more credits;jSeniors. t 130
practice. The BMS dining room can ...must have earned 16 or Start,Florida 3201 2- HBO, 13- (47 Jacksonville)
DROP BY 14- Future

be There used Monday.are two new teachers at more Each credits.BHS student is asked to Second CUM po.....paid.* OFFICE AT 4-wun(5Qalnesv.lle WJXT(((4 Jacksonville) ) 15 10-- CNN WON(Cable Ch.caglPend"gl News( Network, ) )

BMS Barbara Carideo in EMR and review the Code of Conduct. Slight .. Stork,FlortaSubscription 527 WATER ST S- Local Access 17- ASCNEdiiCdtiondl) _

Jacque Eason in compensatory changes have been made since last i FOR YOUR 6CINEMAX, 18- NICKELODEON /ARTS
.....1 T (7 Jacksonville)
Mrs. Peggy Stanwix-Hay year. All items in the conduct code 19 USA Network
reading. ADVANCEAPPLICATION, a ((20 Gainesville)
In...d.arai$'.00 pr year CENClnlskanBroddcdstl, I
Dun- (
be enforced, Principal
will _
will be the new county-wide gifted says 9 ESMK24hr( sports) I
program instructor and will be based can. The school dress code prohibits $5.00 sill month. IO- (17 Jacksonville) 31 WOM MTV Video New Vorh flock)((Pending) 964-6308

al BMS. caps hats Zoris and thongs inside 11 WTBS((17 Atlanta) 23- Eicitecnant .
buildings. Outsld trad or"I$10.00 par yoar 12WTI.V((12 Jacksonville. ) 23-34 Future --- .

Bradford High School: School officials wanted to changethe $S.M SM! months

BUS will open Monday at 8:25 a.m. code of conduct to give them Available Only In Cabled Areas
students in
authority to keep
with an estimated enrollment of 1,024
students. Principal Jim Duncan extends school in cases of chronic tardy ism.

a welcome to all new and retur- Supt. Tom Casey recommended .. _ZT r"""'r.,. .. T. ",.., "J'II'' { PIFiloI"i'U'" .
students. against that however, primarily !'
ning because so many students are ..yIt
Students are asked to report to
transported on buses and the school
homerooms( by alphabetical listing to
be posted on doors by 3:30: p.m. Friday board backed him up 4-1. with Mrs. V + 4 h ..PS
Patricia Spengler dissenting to the

Schedules will be given out in objection.
If all students lived within walking
and location -
homerooms a
vided. No schedule changes wills be distance of school the school board l
might have gone along with the
made unless errors have been madein Y
academic assignments. Students recommendation of BUS PrincipalJim
Duncan BMS Assistant Principal -
be able to
work must
on programs )
verify with school officials the actual Billy McRae and BHS English
Instructor Julie Miller who spoke in
time ol work and the specific assign-
favor of keeping the students after NE
ment from the emplo>;)er. :
school. The rule would have been a
Unless a student has enough
remedy only for being chronically
credits to be promoted he/she will remain
in the same homeroom grade asUt'munats 'cc

Public Hearing ker + i
rnDreamM 1
to Klect
The City of Starke Community ,
'OI1\'t'lltion Delegates Development Block Grant Office

At :"MwliiijAug., 20 will hold a public hearing on Friday

Member: ol the Bradford County August 21. 1981, at 4:00: P.M., in the ;
Dcmoi-ralic Kxi-ouiive; Committee Community Development Office at

w ill meet at ti p,m. Thursday. AUK 20, the City Hall, for the purpose of
In elect delegates to the Slate f nImme making a budget amendment for JU ;

in 1I(111)'wIMul. October !9. 10. 1980 and a .
fiscal prllgrclmamendmenl
and t 11Hr.icllonl I. year WHATEVER YESTERDAY LIKE1, f fWE'LL
is allot I'd 10 dck'g.ilc but for fiscal year 1981. The L GET YOU READY FOR TOD. Y." lp! H U
is invited to attend and com t
11111) two are lo foe elfctfd The others public ,
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I -- City Council Overrules Personnel Plan 3-2 ."'

To Keep Secretary When HUD' Funds Run Out .. "

secretary Janet Maslowski position in the personnel plan and no restricts the employment, of relatives '
employ fulltlme after HUD funds Job description showing duties and of public officials Public officialsare I
.expired, Starke city commissioners qualifications.Crosby defined as ,including any
approved 3-2 a halftime position. not in asked Dees if a parttime employee with authority to appoint,
the current budget. secretary would meet his needs untila employ promote,. or advance individually -
Mayor Charles Schaefer gave up new budget is approved and the or with authority to make :
the gavel to make a motion for Mrs. matter studied. Dees said the part- recommendations for the appointment -
Maslowski to work fulltime for Utility time secretary is allowing him to get etc. The state definition of" I
Supervisor Merrill Dees. His motion "relative" includes the immediate" "
passed 3-2 with the support of Commissioner by.Personnel rules and regulations family as well as more remote kin,
G ISs. Travis Woods, brotherinlaw adopted last month prohibit the Commissioner Woods acknowledged I
s.I s. of Mrs. Maslowski, and Commissioner employment of relatives of city of when he voted that he may have a
Vernon Silcox.Commissioners ficials. conflict: of interest. After the meeting
Bobby Milner and Page 30, Section 11.3 of the rules City Attorney George Pierce told I
Jimmy Crosby, Jr. objected saying states: Woods he had IS days in which to file a
there are no funds, in the current "Section 116.111 Florida Statutes conflict of interest form with the city1MOBILEHOME :
budget and no position approved in .
the Utility Department.. I
Mrs. Maslowski. the daughter of
Mrs. Jewell Joyner who works in the sa II
I rM city clerk's office, was hired in I
F February this year to work halftimein II
: the city's HUD project and t I I I I /] io
halftime for Supt. Dees. HUD funds
''"*'Model Trains Make Library Stop... under which Mrs. Maslowskl was I
paid have given out, however. Mayor
...Cliff McLeod brought railway cars and --engines houses, a church and lots of other necessary Item and explained Schaefer's motion simply shifted her : 0 I
freight and passenger stations to the Bradford County to Interested listeners how to put together a model to working fulltime for Supt. Dees. _
public' library: Monday.Aug. 17. He also brought,stores. train system and a complete town for it to run In. A new city budget is currently: being
; prepared. The city's fiscal year ends
M Sept. 30.Mayor.
Schaefer said someone is j
School Budget........... ............................... $1,657 NeededIn needed fulltime in Dees' office and
recommended Mrs. Maslowski be .
transferred to work fulltime under
c ianged around when the architect's Approved an application for a Cancer Driv Dees on a temporary basis.
staff presents it to the school board. $2.522 grant to purchase equipmentfor Commissioner Bobby Milner. Jr.
Nothing, ever gets fixed, Tanner handicapped children. objected to the transfer stating the
said.EAgreed. $1,657.33 is still needed to meet the city adopted personnel plan last July -
1981 quota of the Bradford County 14 which included position descrip-
as required by the state Listened to but did not act upon Chapter of the American Cancer tions and qualifications of employees
QpE, to spend $20,000 for computer suggestions from Operations Director Society. being hired. Milner said there is no
equipment and programs to transmit Lennard Register to: 1) increase the Deadline to meet the quota is Aug. position to be filled the budget for the
reports: on vo-tech operations quickly limit for which bids are not'required 31. according to Miss Lillian Stump, new year is being worked on now,and
IS the state. The new system Is sup- from $1,000 to $2,000; 2) having drive chairperson. no funds are in the current budget for
posed to greatly speed up the time it something cost $100 before being tag-, The quota Is $8,755. So far, donations the position Schaefer was asking for.
takes the state to gather information ged for the property inventory. The amount to $7,097.65! leaving the and no qualification requirementsdrawn ,
supplied by each school by letter form lower limits now required are caustng balance of$1,657.Donations up for the position.
igw. untold amounts of paperwork. may be mailed to Crosby agreed, and urged the council
Register said, in asking relief.,The American Cancer Society, 1199 Bes- to postpone the transfer until the
Agreed at the suggestion Food board asked that the requests be plac-- sent Road.Starke FL 32091 or can be new budget is completed. He said CENTER
Service Supervisor Delores Morgan ed on the agenda at the next meeting. left at Stump's Dept. Store. there are no funds in the current I In
Opt to increase lunch prices for budget for the new position, no such ''' "'
students. Mrs. Morgan suggested
prices be left the same as last year __ _
5Ot for grades K-8 and 70* for grades O" n '
Pit, for at least three months to see if Srvlnq Northeast Florida, ; ST. JOHNS RIVER ]
lie food service department can : t
break even at those rates. Price of SID/it

dSult'to$1.30.lunches was increased from $1 Bill Mathis Heating COMMUNITY COLLEGE

.M.:., II & Air Conditioning, Inc.
>Tabled a recommendation to raise .
tnc$7: per hour from the 934-7007 473-2164
'e employees in the Community present $6.48.Instructional '- Residence ( Slato.upportod community collIIO.ovlnll Cloy Putnam and St.Johns Coun/i.s) :n: ";. .
Service as asked by Assis- .." '( ; .
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an application for Industrial August 26, 1981 D.c.mb.r1 1981 :,\

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: ,...,' Won't' '.., Be\ Easy' ?. ? I-And: New)) ;4';Camphor Farm Were Hot) Taffies. l ; "I

I Things were booming in Starke in ,,_...,. ..... ... ,,,'.., ......coo.. ."...... ...... ..........., ......_".......,... grove developed to be'by planted,the immense two miles camphoifJ east of;;<:

If the warm response National Conservative: midsummer 1914 with the Bradford 1/oI\.\' '''' ;1: !.!I no iit Kingsley Lake. A good road betweenthe
generated by Senator Lawton Political Action Committee, County Bank moving into its fine new :l, 1\\"'( IXi camphor farm and the settlement
building at the corner of Call and .
Chiles' recent visit to Brad- and others doubtless .. that will inevitably grow up around it.
are iii
Walnut Streets, the Starke Cigar Co. I will be strong bid for the business,.'
ford County is any indication, waiting in the wings with their announcing plans to step up production that will eventually come to Starke.

Senator it appears from that Lakeland while may the arrows propaganda., dipped in poisoned 25,000 of to Its 100,000 famous per API month cigar, and from thetown's t .l ,: ti; ,; 1iI00; ;;; ;! ;;;,:!!;;!; ; ,;; ,! ''i' it': But the highly touted camphor farm. ,

progres.ive"cltlJens contributing .,, .,,;;" .., ., .. never realized its great expectations!
have well-funded Republican .c \ '
funds to build a sand-clay ,',' \ ,.," ,,, .
Already a victim of these '" '1,1,0'. ". A vast acreage of camphor trees was
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opposition campaign Starke Lake.But .
road from to "
"alienators" is Kingsley .: "'.1 '. I ', actually planted east of KinpJeyI
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re-election in 1982 he has littleto ; .. Rii)!"
Senator Birch Bayh, who ; .,,1...,.'.<1"\. .. }',I'ii '. ', .' Lake by the DuPont Company as a;
the '
wasn't excite
about in Bradfordand progress only (., 1 j "V I' of
worry \'i, 'I' ", .' : projected source,:: raw camphot..iAbout
served the state of Indiana in ment. Startled citizens of both Starke .: J );, ;
Union Counties.Be r the time the trees were cominginto
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and Lake Butler ,i ,.. t i)" "
Congress for 18 years. He was reported an amazing ,'> maturity however synthetic
that as it may, the falsely accused of being over- celestial display when a trio of : ;;. f- ,.1.>\\'"r.i''. .. camphor was developed and camphor'trees '
"flashed the ,
Senator is taking no chances ly sympathetic toward meteors across sky : ,J11.\!W,' : ".... fu1 bowed out of the picture.
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, \\1 .. -\' :;\I .I''Ie""i.. ;':'1)'('<" ..,: ( ,,;,",,"."," .>'r.'I"", I, '",.!.' f"ini..I: ; : : ;;.i."J;;, '.<:. economically speaking. For years"
and is seeking to avoid some homosexuals, and of favoring lighting up the whole dome of the 1/1'F'/ ,' ''''', :' '" ':: '," .. ; :. :" '11! .
still known
of the mistakes that led to the experiments on live aborted heavens." After their disappearance '::1 however"the camphor, the area farm"was and later as;
defeat of Senator Richard fetuses. in the west;"a low strange rumblingwas ( became a part of the J.C. Penney"
heard for several seconds. It
Stone in 1980.Although .
Well-known alienation vic- was reported that the phenomenon holdings. .

no Democratic opposition tims in the past have been "caused some alarm among the The Bradford County Bank Building looked like this when first opened on Call Mysterious Alligator i;
and ignorant white Street in 1914. The oval In front Is Office -
negroes people.who sign swinging for the Postal Telegraph
has the Claude of Call a-buzi with the '
appeared on Senator Pepper it Street was capture :
regarded as an omen.of evil. which was also housed in the new building.
horizon, and is not considered Florida (now Representative of an alligator near Andrews;

likely Senator Chiles is well ) and Senator Helen Bank Occupies New Home Bradford Livery Stable across from the old .
County, making it road from Starke to Kingsley Lake. courthouse) downpour of' :
aware that Florida GOP Gahagan Douglas of Califor- But the main topic of conversationwas necessary for the company to move The private donors hoped to raise rain Tuesday. Said Telegraph: *

leaders are looking for a for- nia, both ousted from office by which the had new total Bradford deposits County of $199,000.Bank into new quarters and increase its $2,500 for the project and appealed to "Where it came from is still a moot :'
midable candidate, with builtin the .alienators' unfounded "an increase of about 1,392 percent in working the County Commission to finance the question. Some expressed the opinion :

name recognition to oppose charges that they were Communist the 20 years since the institution, first' "In order to meet the increased demand balance. that it had found its way Into town* ".
him in 1982. It without sympathizers.But opened in 1894 with deposits of$14,000. the will from one of the lakes. Others contend
goes company occupy a The Telegraph reported: "Mr. J.R. it fell from the clouds with the rain. :
saying that such candidate large new two-story factory soon to be Feaster, of Alachua County one of
And a few even so far as to ;
is the A brief of the bank said it persons go
that how
would be well-heeled by game history erected at the foot of South Street,and the most ,expert sand-clay road
they saw hurtling through the
works and who knows what was established in 1889 by Messrs. will employ about 18 makers say
cigar builders in the state, was in Starke
financial from air and thought at first it was a disabled _
strong support -
Sadler Hackett as a private institu, "
and seven helpers, The "
be Telegraph Saturday and estimates that the
spurious charges max-
may airship tumbling to the ground. :
the Republican National coffers tion with a capital of $25,000. In 1894 reported.
imum cost of first-class road
where dollars outnumber brought against Senator Mr. N.T. (Nelson) Ritch purchased a will not exceed a$500 a mile,clay or $3,500 Pay your" money and take your. :": I

Democratic treasury dollarsby Chiles by these political half interest and In 1897 bought the. "Cigar makers earn an average of for the seven miles to ,be con choice. ;

a ratio of ten to one. pariahs who crawl out of the balance. from $15 to $20 a week and helpers; structed."
woodwork every two years about$9 a week," the paper said. On
The same Republican tactics and who invariably find a In 1906, without increasing the this basis, the weekly payroll of the Contributors of$100 each to the pro- LETTERSThanks
capital, a few shares were sold to company will amount to nearly$400." N.T. Ritch E.S. Matthews
ject were ,
were used in 80 to defeat gleeful audience among those leading business men, and the incor-

Senator Richard Stone, but always eager to believe the poration of the bank followed. "Stock The company had grown'from a and J.M.J.W.Alvarez Andrews C.L. Peek Son., L.C. Powell, To LWCI

Chiles will profit by avoiding worst about anything or is now quoted at" 130 with not a share 'small beginning in 1910 when it was! From Middle School

Stone's fatal mistake of fail anybody on the market. 'organized l by A.P. Hoffman and $50 contributors were C.G. Holland, I am writing to publicly express my

ing to build a strong campaign George L. Massey. In 1911 Mr. A.V. Gong A.Z. Adkms, J.M. Truby, appreciation to Mr J.T (Cobbie)
before the Senator Chiles isn't too con- Officers of the bank were N.T.. Massey acquired Hoffman's interest A.H. Freeman, and W.T. WeeksIllFaled Wainwright and the men 01 Lawtey
organization cerned about the"honeymoon" Ritch, president; W.T. Weeks, vice- and became the sole owner. Correctional Institute (LWCI>>,who so .
Democratic primary. president J.H. Ritch cashier andS.L.
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now being en- Peek Camphor Farm ably assisted in the recent renovationof
Chiles also feels that he will joyed by President Reagan ,bookkeeper. 'The Starke Board of Trade (early the Bradford Middle School Dining
Road to Kingsley name for Chamber of Commerce) Room. For.the two days that they
escape damage from one of and his administration. The Popular Cigars A total of $1,575 had been donateday was excited over relation of the proposed worked here, the men of LWCI did an'
the big issues which helped Democrats have lost some recent Reputation of the APH cigar had interested citizens toward construction new road to Kingsley Lake "to outstanding job in a most efficient

defeat Stone the so-called battles, he admits, but spread far beyond the borders of t of seven miles of sand-clay he future business that will be and courteous manner.

Panama Canal "give-away." the party is far from throwing .:tI. When the Bradford Middle School'
While this was a totally in' the towel. "You willremember > Fire Protection kitchen is completed to form our first-.'
ever cafeteria-dining room complex
spurious issue, used by ," he reminds us, T it should be a facility with which the

Republican propagandists to "that there was concern dur- C ; ;. To Be Discussed entire community can be pleased. .
whip up emotions rather than ing the Watergate era that the OMMUNl'rV On behalf of the Bradford Middle

clear-thinking on the part of GOP ,as a party .1 sty School staff and student body. I express "'
political '
u/ 14sYM (9n4I "+'ORI UnN ? .nnH t \ AtKLPUASupper '
many voters, it did cost Stone might .vanish..entirely, .', (fro: 1L:11 i. t"I' .711t1asnlCJ! ; f i_ 97,0 ..NI! : : iROGRAM t _. .11 .''' Liu 'JV..1: -. ttio U Watnvnightand heavily at the polls. the scene. Well that obviously ... >;. ,"T ., :' r ..' Mfl
MPJlOVgMEN._ ft ".to. "lt '" I I John'' L. 'Bradley.; r"chief -of' :the](1''1-!. civlc" 'minded work in provlding'...:;*-
didn't and I'm glad .
with much needed assistance in this
Since then the canal treat) flavor Kingsley Lake Volunteer Fire Dept.,
because ;
has proved its value and is a strong, two- will give suggestions for fire preven- matter. Dewey B. McKinney'Principal

generally acknowledged to bea party system. C.I. tion in the Kingsley Lake colony at a ,Bradford
Says : covered dish .
workable supper in the Civic Middle School
solution to a long- "But in the present Center Friday night Aug. 28. Supperwill .

standing problem. The treaty Republican program there is be served at 7:30: with a social Leukemia Society .."
is working, and relations with a signal of friendliness to big Pratt Street Spruce-Up hour starting at ft:30. Bradley will Sets
Panama are now termed excellent business. I think it won't be speak immediately after supper Drive .

too long before they will be This week's bow goes to Edward Akrldge.a coach In the Starke Kecrea- National Fire Prevention Week will The Northern Florida Chapter of ., _
seen as the party of big tlon Department's youth baseball program who has been leading a summer be observed in October the Leukemia Society of America ,
and the ) l'
Chiles believes he
a business." The Senator also fix-up campaign the Pratt Street ball park used by the 5-lo-lZage Kingsley Lake Chief will review Inc., is having its annual drive with a ., ?
record to run on which will group and adult women. ., goal pf $225Mp.(!) to further. ;
doubts about the preventive measures that can be used .Researclv'isc,
expressed Edward aided. and abeted John Williams,
show his hard work to by Dwayne McRae, Edward by individual Patient-Aid andkEducatlo; { .
homeowners to lessen 1P oIti
effectiveness of the old Green Jerry Wilson, Glen MooreJoII. Gareth '
Dempsey Jones Robert
eliminate in grams,says Mike Jennings, '
the president
waste of
danger disastrous ,
government a tire d"
"trickle down theory Bowen Gerald..Blankenshlp, and Leonard Noegel have all had a hand in on of the "
and end deficit spen the work. Kingsley Lake. Due to the proximity j.:*, Florl4J'f.| baPlei;." ?i '),llq{
ding. He was a sponsor of the recently revived by Reagan, The crash program has Included painting the dugouts, erecting of houses on narrow lakefront lots, "W.ef. will t ned.1 bat; "' a"'tl, < C1I..1, ,
signs to
which dollars in Bradley that volunteers: conduct.'a.house to house
the adverse
pumps at says wind can"ditlons nlj
urging users tojkeep the area clean,. trash ,
Budget Reform Act and was placing cans mending thebackstop
to seek ;
campaign full(support for
cause fire ,ou'ioei,
top of the economic ladder, fence!and working the "Infield. a ,to jump
chairman of its subcommitteeon been from house to housef.,, chapter sponsored seryit:", hich: a'ftel.i
Results .causing
that nickels and dimes have ,and future include
; rewardings plans refinishing
spending, efficiency and widespread destruction if the available J 1ft e.l leukernja,,pajiertfs,,in.so.8
some bleacher seats and painting the concession stand lo match the original;; : ;
will trickle down
open meetings. He authoredthe to the bot- dugouts.The blaze ever got out of control, rtbn! ? 'ourcq ,mvmyaatgq" : ,,.JetMiingsuo

Paper Control Act which tom. work has really brightened up what was getting to be a rather All find Although, their' main thik program toinB
Kingsley Lake property owners 4zjsqers( ,e ,ih4f/l/Iglhiiieaa4is/; ,, ,
messy-looking ball'parhJCwiKratulation,to the Pratt Street Task <
Reagan's chief budget cutter, Senator Chiles is alert to the other Force.- are invited and urged to attend this o ltppJ4; oJrforming,prJ4A\Stthrqugl\i,
David Stockman credited with dangers of the 1982 political groups folbjvullhk) program, and those who cannot make reseiK'F p port,..""' '

being the best tool he had to scene. He is expecting a hard- '' the supper may come later tq b aefiii<]I hel ri,JR, t yhe.ne TS egletyM,5isgov! ,

work with in curbing the fought fight but he isn't by Bradley's precautionary advic! ititciMnrmri lr suffering: from leukemia andrelatednj; |
diseases included
Busy ; for: CleanUp It Hodgkin's disease.
growing bureauracy.In discouraged, and is still andimuWple 1 ;myeloma Ratient-AJklA
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the lagging fight on capable of generating en- Overeaters Anonymous:;:! salt T., includes counseling and referral sern,l.j l. I

crime, the record will show thusiasm and a fighting spirit AndBeautification Set for Fall Meet Tuesdays 'M fo.}. !VICe1J/1( '; .,well as,,supplementary 11fmaBcia '//
among his supporters. And ,am ",C ,assiBtanc,, *|for,'Jher cost of.., uieukenaia
that Senator Chiles has been ,
, active in seeking federal that, in itself, will be a big plus A local chapter of Overeaters: t,radia,iqn.and x-ray therapy.charges :ui jr.">

assistance in combatting the for 1982. A busy program for fall beautification 'children and Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts,Cub Anonymous has been formed in,,, !for htapd transfusionaltypingRrosanau/ .
Scouts civic clubs.
ana clean-up was outlined at a Keystone ,,and .
mushroom growth of crime Heights with meetings taking I I matching processing only, ), and
well-attended meeting of the Community place weekly. transportation to( and from treatment .
which is out of control becauseof Improvement Program com- The suggestion was made that centers. ,;

the mammoth drug traffic I T MURDER I mittee at noon Monday. 'McDonald s, Wendy's, and Hardee's Those interested should take note Local residents' interested in help "-

( and influx of criminal aliens. Increased involvement by school for might the promote most contests with collected awards in that the group meets on Tuesday ing with the campaign should contact .
wrappers nights at 7:30 p.m at St. Anne's Harriet Holliday. coordinator for the .
staffs well students *s
In The White House aa as was in- those areas, and that a dumpster
"This is federal Episcopal Church. Starke
a problem. dicated by the number of principalsand the There are no duesor area at 904/725-3677 or dona-;.,t':.
near school after
and we've got to have federal teachers attending the meeting. ,hours placed would help. high fees required. lions may be mailed directly to then; ,
Senator Plans for fall Northern Florida Chapter Leukemia ,n.
Chiles upcoming activities included
response Just between you and I Ca. the For further Society of
declares. He cleaning approaches" to all Walter Wescott of the Phone Inc.. 101 Century '*'
was a sponsor ofa satl-grammariana would ). VoTechhor- 473-2790. 21 Drive
say 104, Jacksonville, FL.. .,,
schools, planting azaleas at the Vo- 'ticulture >
bill which has cleared both President Reagan and Secretary department, and Don West 322 lo. ,

houses, allowing the military of Treasury Donald Regan ain't Tech School and. driven educationarea Union County Forester who is helping .- -.-_w.w----_-_-_-.-.-.-..--..---- .- .- .- ............. ..- -
doing nothing much for the and mowing around the Jiffy fill the gap until new Bradford County ........t***....*..* '"
to share intelligence informa- English language these days. Store on U.S. 301. front and back. forester is named will make plans ;K.'
tion with law enforcement of- for Arbor Day in January through the ...?.(

ficers on the movement of First it was Mr.Reagan who In It was suggested that the area between (- schools. Scouts, civic clubs and other .
the flush of ".-cuUIa the football stadium and Orange groups. Free seedlings will be : .
and ,
suspicious ships planes in victory Street,as well.from the traffic lighton available for children and teenagersto :. ,'"> ...
proclaimed. "I don't know who Ishappler..me f.
the Caribbean.He "
Highway l' past Starke Elemen- .. :'. 1
or Prince Charles. plant during the arbor day pro > .
tary School should be kept clean and :
is also sponsor of a bill to mowed. gram. : .fl ..

finance spraying of mari- Nancy Bad enough refused that to curtsy First to Lady the Mrs. Mona Canova, CIP chairman, : .

juana plants in the fields of Queen. Now we have the President Plans for keeping trash picked up announced that the next meeting will is ENTRY BLANK' :

Colombia, and to permit the putting himself before the around school areas and on ap be held September 28 when it is hoped .W i1
IRS to share information that Prince,and murdering the King's, preaches to the city were discussed school ,to have certain areas committed to : I II >
including participation of
can be used to trap the top English In the process.A (keep up. 'S NAME AGE': i"

drug moguls who head up the couple ef days later Mr. ::. MAILING ADDRESS -ft; :

operation. Reg aa <... Reagan),hi referring ,. ',"'., ,,10. ''. : t
to While House Chief of Staff Jim MIMUJI : :
Chiles knows;;;: ,of, course, Baker's political acumen, said."But ... ...... PHONE {t ;" .
that he will be a prinje targetfor I think I may know mereabesft ". .'- '9!: :' CHECK BELOW: rDOG ..6.. .y" : l
campaign charges basedon finances. than him." 1 : ..t : l
distorted versions, of his .t- : \. :: >>
Obviously Utile sentence were 1ar>I1tiMl1D I; :' TALENT .
voting record. This is called ,
rwnded out. Mr. Re,..would be -v" I .

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has defeated many a good about politics Uan him, does." ,. f, +: *An Registrations mUll be In : I" :
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August 20. 19111 TKI.K;(;H.\I'II I'age3A

Renae Johnson and Curtis Allen 'y'jet:" Billie Wilson and Capt. John Bloom, Jr.

Wed July 26 in Lake ButlerThe 9 The Social Side I Wed July 11 in First Methodist ChurchBillie

Lake Butler First United Master Devon Corbett, cousin' of '
Methodist Church was the setting for bride, and son of Mr and Mrs Doreen Wilson and Capt. John
the marriage of Miss\ Carolyn Renae Richard Corbett of Atlanta. All of the Gladys Mooty Off The. Preston Bloom, Jr. (USAF) were
Johnson and Curtiq Eugene Allen Sun- r.,groom's! : attendents were attired in united in marriage Saturday, July 11,,
day evening July 2*, 8tfi i. Rev. "brown tuxedos enhanced with velvet Editor at 8 p.m.:in the First United Methodist
Raymond Baer performed the double .collars and vests, and yellow ruffled Society Church with Rev.Warren Langer per-

ring ceremony, assisted& by ,Rev shirts. forming the nuptials.The .
Daniel Parrish. f"wmri Mrs. Johnson mother the bride, 964-7608 News' ; bride is the daughter of Col.
The bride is the.'* '| f"Mrs. !wore a long gown of turquoise chiffon ;. I 0 (Ret.) and Mrs. William Wilson of a .
W.L. Johnson and the ate W.L. with a pleated skirt and a graceful Lawtey. The groom is the son of Col.
Johnson,and the groom's parents are sheer capelet attached at an empire (Ret.) and Mrs. John P. Bloom of
MrK:And Mrs Clarence'tAUe ,-all oi waistline. Her corsage was a 'yellow Fort Worth Texas.

Lake UKHIThe Butler. < ...1( cymbidium orchid. Miss/ Gina Brown Shower HonoreeMiss program Mm. JoAnn of nuptial Canova music.presented a

/ beautiful ceremony Mrs. Allen, mother'of the groom, Centering the choir loft was an arch ,
candlelit Gina Brown, whose marriage' prizes awarded. L
s.. ia full wore a long gown of mauve chiffon candleabra flanked by two spiral
background.of ,. with a pleated skirt accented with a to Randall Frazee will be an event of The refreshment table was covered candleabras. The choir rail was 3
greenery featuring a '
; Aug. 22.. was complimented at a >with a white lace cloth over pink liner
center:arch covered with ferns and sheer capelet which hung freely off and draped with a garland of white silk
summer flowers. Two large standing the sholders and to the waist. Her cor- bridal shower Monday night, Aug. 10, centered with an arrangement of phlox interspersed with fresh baby's
,baskets,of'yellow.and white daisies sage was a yellow cymbidium orchid:' at the Moxley residence in Country the mixed rases. Mrs. Moxley presided at breath and standing arrangements of
and. Mrs. Ouida Club Estates. Hostesses were Mrs punch bowl and Mrs. Smith cut jade fern and sprengerei were placedat
mums were at each side of the Everage, grandmotherof the cake.
archiA: large unity candle was placedin the bride, wore a long gown of slate Tom Casey, Mrs. Ben Moxley Mrs. different vantage points. The
the center of ,the chancel and blue lace with a matching jacket. Ted Oglesby and Mrs. David S.;n11th. Corsages were presented to the chancel area of the church held two
lighted by the bride and groom follow- Mrs. Flora Johnson, grandmotherof Party games were played and mother honoree of and the to bride-elect Mrs. Millard Brown, large pedestal and urn arrangementsof
ing the ceremony. the bride, wore a long gown of.mint and Mrs. gladiolas, mums carnations but
ciffon. each Henry Frazee mother of the prospective ton pompoms, and breath in a
Traditional wedding music was provided -. greet They wore corsagesof babes
toy Mrs. Gene Bullard organist. white cymbidium orchids. Cindy Griffith! groom. The hostesses also traditional "all white' theme. Two
cousin of the bride, and Miss Celeste Honored at Shower' presented fry Miss. Brown with an electric tree and two pedestal and urn arrangements -
Beasley pianist. Mr. and Mrs. Following the wedding a reception' pan.Outoftown of mixed greenery were
Donald Crawford sang "The Wedding was given by the bride's mother in the Mrs. Lorene Massey was hostess at guests were Mrs. placed in the corners of the chancel
Song," and Misses Sara and Lynn church educational building. The her home on Rising Road Friday Henry Frazee and daughter, Darn rail,which was decorated with a fresh
Jackson sang "0 Perfect Love" and bride's book was kept by Miss Donna night, Aug. 14, at a bridal shower Mrs. Charles Hamilton of Gainesville, garland of smilax. Greenery pots offade
Worrell. The bride's table honoring Cynthia Lee Griffith Mrs.'H.B. Frazee of Ocala and Mrs. and sprengerei decorated the
"The Lord's Prayer. was DonalGriffith. Capt and Mrs. John Bloom, Jr
overlaid with a white floor length daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Charlean Johns and Mrs. Sandra floor area. Pew candleabras holding
cloth over white satin and Hayden of Jacksonville. arrangements of white snowdrift pompoms children represented the wedding
held a four-tiered wedding cake Cindy's' marriage to Gylum Lee and baby's breath marked the party with the exception of the bt'st
decorated with yellow roses and topped Snell will be an event of Saturday family pews and every other pew of man, who is with NAS.
with yellow wedding bells. Alighted Aug. 22, at 11 a.m.' at the home of the.bride's Woman's Club Selling the center aisle of the church. The reception which was held at

'water fountain flowed parents. Lunch To Public Peter Bloom attended his brotheras the home of the bride's parents in
underneath the cake. At each end of Games were enjoyed during the best man. Ushers were Lt. Col. Lawtey, took place pools ide ;il I heir
the table were silver candleabra arrangements evening and'a buffet was served ,by Friday Aug. 21 James F.Dougherty William Wilson. guest house. Flouting arrangementsof

of white and yellow the hostess. The Starke Woman's Club will Jr., Ray Courtney Wilson, John spring flowers centered 1.\ith brandy -
l '*'d tt4#o daisies. A garland of greenery ac- The recipient received many lovely serve a chicken and rice casserole Timothy Wilson Courtney Dougherty snifters holding burning tapers
cented the front of the table with and useful giftS.Dudl.y luncheon in the club house Friday, Christopher Dougherty and drifted in the pool.
4 .clusters of white pearl grapes and silk Aug. 21, from 11:30: to 1:30: p.m. and is Patrick Dougherty.Mrs. The food tables were covered with
t f roses at the corners. Cake was served Hardy open to the public. James F. Dougherty served yellow taffeta flounces ands bite I Me
,!}ktt by Mrs. James Bray, aunt of the Celebrates The menu will be chicken and rice her sister as matron of honor. She Army-Navy cloths The bride's Uihk-
bride, and Mrs. Doyle Archer. The Birthday casserole, green beans, home made wore a dotted Swiss, off-the-shoulder. was centered with a fourtl'rt'dt'lI i-
groom's cake was served by Mrs. Dudley Hardy celebrated his 40th biscuits and beverage for $1.50. peasant style gown with ruffle and ding cake topped with a nosegay ot
Janice Jones. Several serving tables birthday Monday night at a party at Dessert will be available at 50*extra. lace around the shoulder and bottom. mixed flowers. Two candelabra.
held finger foods, sandwiches meat- his home in Country Club Estates Attendants were Mrs. Wendie holding epergne arrangements ol
balls and fruits and vegetables with given by Miss Mary Ann Corbitt. Frances Smyth. Mrs. Jackie Lines, Mrs. mixed (lowers were placed at either.
dips and were placed at vantage Sixty guests enjoyed refreshmentsand Whitaker William Wilson Jr. and Miss side.A .
points throughout the hall and on the fellowship during the party hours Jerry Crockrell Elizabeth Smyth. Their gowns were silver punch bowl encircled with
adjoining lawn.Wedding 7:30: and 11:30: p.m. To Wed fashioned similar to the honor attendant greenery and flowers was placed al
punch was served from Aug.21MiA in pastel colors of blue pink, one end of the long food table and
round tables covered with floor length Teresa Knepper and Frances Whitaker and Jerry lavender, yellow and green on white. silver trays of hors d'oeuvres were
.. cloths and served by Misses Kim Crockrell will be united in marriage They all carried nosegays of placed throughoutTiki
.... \. Thompson,Theresa Schretzmann and David Dyal) Friday, Aug. 21, at 7 p.m. at the home sweetheart roses, miniature carnations torches were placed al different .
;" "oy ,\. .. 4 Voncille Faulk, cousin of the groom. Dinner HonoreesMr. of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and daisies pompoms, statice and vantage points for added l
.:' .;. I t"f Bird seed bags were passed by Miss Mrs. J.p. Eddings on Morgan Road baby's breath in colors to match their lighting and small wrought I iron
} ": .. .1: Beth Parrish. and Mrs. Nate Dyal of Hampton with a reception following, also at the dresses. tables, covered with cloths were
t; ':. .:.. -, ."\ 1-: Lake hosted a dinner party Friday home. Jacqueline Courtney Lines servedas centered with the attendants
j \. ,. '. ..;. ,> Prior to the ceremony, programswere evening, August 14, at the Holiday Inn All friends and relatives are invited flower girl in a pink on white gown. nosegays and spaced around I the
,' "." ,", :. :. "! ," distributed by Master David in Starke for Teresa Knepper and to attend. Peter Wilson Dougherty was ring- lawn area. The north end! ol the pool
f,' .. ; ,. ',"J Wood and Master Brett Parrish. David Dyal who were married on bearer. held an awning for an open liar and 1
'tft,,- ', ;, .. d Mrs. Robert Driggers directed the August 13.Among The bride, given in marriage by her potted crepe myrtle bushes unshed I
., ':' ,,,,, S" .j., wedding and Mrs. Nell Tomerlin, those present were the father, wore a white dotted Swiss, off- out the simple garden theme
.,- .' ., aunt of the bride, directed the recep- parents of the bride Mr. and Mrs. Miss Gina Brown the-shoulder peasant style gown to Following a wedding trip to ll.il> ,
: '(.:.. ,: Leland Knepper, of Crystal Lake, and the floor with ruffle and lace at the the couple is residing in !lht'lIIh'lI1: ,
..I'r.' :, ] tion.Following the reception the newly family members. Randy FrazeeTo shoulder and bottom of the skirt. Her West Germ..nhl'fl' the uroom i ia'
"' ;, w, wedded couple left for a wedding trip Among out-of-town guests present Wed Aug. 22 hair was French braided with baby's Captain in the United Slatesir,
: to Chattanooga and Nashville,' Ten- were Major and Mrs. Thomas Dyal breath through the braids. She car Force ,
:Yr: nessee. Points of interest included and daughters, Missy and Jenny of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown of ried a traditional nosegay of white The bride graduated from Satellite '
r. ; : Ruby Falls, Rock City, Opryland, Indian Harbor Beach, Judy Berard of Starke announce the approaching bridal roses, white sweetheart roses High School, Satellite BiMch in !lTo!
'i I Country Music Hall of Fame and Wax Key West and Steven Noegel of marriage of- their daughter, Gina stephanotis and baby's breath.It and attended Urevard (' ,inniunii\

_".,; ...' "' ..J. .. Museum,and the Grand Ole Opry.fVlf" .... Jacksonville.The Lynn, to Randy Frazee, son of Mr. is noted that the entire Wilson College and Santa. )o'e('11111111111111) Ural
\, "" ** 1fi < honored couple .presented and Mr. Henry Frazeerrof 'famit),' sons,:'daughters>son-in-lawtf,;' legeT" '
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., ,.., N" ..- ; Both ,the.i. i bride and groom are goblets_ i byJJ e JM Wt., Gainesville.. S daugpter-jnVaw) ''phI.' ftU Bra. nd ,J' The 'groom graduated Item\ the ,
.., ff7 I graduates of ''Union' .County .High';' ',dulrigfftedleneil'''' "7JjJ; The wedding JbnCWur:1 !!'iI' u.c., ; )j"'i..I" '<; '1 :' ...,,.:. tl'4!J' USA"ACade'm V.""'''"' 'dLii'' .... 4rr.. '5 ".
<> Allen I School. -bride'attended the day Aug z2, fp.m.: at St. M rk' Did yM <<...w...........
'Mr.and Mrs. Curtis University of Florida and will con- ,Episcopal; Church Starke with a

tinue her education at the Universityof reception following at the home of the Beau McClane of Houston Texas Resuming
The bride was given in marriage by Alabama in Birmingham as a spent last week with his grandparents Dance Classes
her brother, Steven L. Johnson, and Geology major. Mr. Allen has been All friends and relatives are invitedto Mr. and Mrs. Houston Mc
wore her mother's wedding gown. It employed by Archer Funeral Home of attend. Clane before going to Bolles School in September
was a floor length gown fashioned of Lake Butler for seven years and will Jacksonville For the next term. Join
silk organza and french lace. It was continue his education in Birm ing the family for the weekend were Dorothy Salazar
styled with fitted bodice which had ingham at Jefferson State Junior f ol- Crackers T-Ball T.am Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and 964.7098 964 8476
short sleeves and a lace scalloped lege. The couple will reside at 3701 Have End of-Season daughter of Jacksonville Beach.
square. Sabrina neckline. The top of Shoals Court. Birmingham, Alabama. -
thedkirt on each side of the waistline Special out-of-town guests atten 'Pool Party _
waatn'er) Hlil The Cractteri 1 Ball team
dreS '
pane ifp'Ht! t If thai had
Johns and Mrs Nell Tomerlin both of
celebrated their end-Q(-the seasonthil'd
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tdyhemUne .
Naranja, Florida; Mrs. Obie Howell
b 1 place victory witfra( pool party
Thellli! )sk road.large l laceapv Mrs. Richard Corbett and Devon Cor'
Frll1 yi\ua.114; hosted by coaches
8 tJdw'sat tne'hafck' antern54Satd4 r
bett all of Atlanta Georgia Mrs.
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traTift' Barbara Brown and pebble Ward.
d6Cta el' The
Beverly Fellows and Lonna Fellowsof '
I"' The 14 children attending enjoyed a
ft+ was l aae'of
=>; Miami; Florida; Mr. and Mrs. A.F.
lacca l4fulp m!'which held'in weiner roast;a 'cake-'decorated with
Parker of Hollywood, Florida and Mr.
plaL'' al He :l4ttuffon*1 lk flhision' veil and Mrs. Coleman Smith and family ball players hoWU'Hih.n&rs afid swimming during theparty
scanb ')$tii+' rit'fed6'cv .m.
of Melbourne,' Florida. Also ; FH"i
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many jjiiuaittq <
Sandra James Collins
11)?t Vargo
bou i 2thlil\I, lnd wSWee"8ajbIis [ friends and realtives attended from {

t.s e4nteredwldi'kln' > a., Jacksonville, Florida. Sandra u.mM\\ul, rtittl! ari'l I
andyellbi? ti(10)twcM The n' Vargo
W 'cwtute HSlil I +"'ei!1 tfrodtellheCj '' ','Rehearsal Dinner James E. CollinsTo
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d i Sept.
sisttl'Bfltdflrf' ; fea 1ft .: Previous1 to the rehearsal for the Jennifer Jockel whose mare ?
chiiIIdp pi gt! Slri"mo" :Ann. h.9asjeib 'L.i wedding'of Curtis Allen and Renae Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Vargo of rih to Matthew x wad an event of u
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: d niJlgl> Johnson.Mr. and Mrs. Clarnece Allen Starke announce the engagement and Aui !k TwalJcwnplimented at abridesmaid's r'Y
Pt'lJlsbw 1s 1fAltrbfba\ c, were hosts to a buffet dinner served in approaching marriage of their luncheon Saturday t r f fr" "
hon rJ-1Imr11)lfd) Jtlalds lYdrtl'"MimfI111 I I the Educational Building of the First daughter Sandra Sue to James E. Aug. 8, at ,U\e.Holiday Inn given by i i ,,
WilstiWJ'D\-iYtrl'OI4Wlggt' \ t; cousin of the'1: United Methodist Church. Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamR. Mrs..Eugene Tanner and Mrs. Jimmy
bride, fcntf TTVMcey''HotlidAyftiiece1{ ''0'Gill' f1 1. The menu consisted of smoked Collins of Jacksonville.Mr. Lewis and daughter, Amy.
the Nbodi af\.JM1sM lm"n'B iu! 'turkey, ham various vegetables. Collins is employed with TG&Y The long dining table was covered
inga"hSWe''*> ''1M"grodm*setaNP'iihchsjunhOlWidethlaid.4TheyiWoM1i ( 1'*a, casseroles, salads and pies. Thetsblee' Stores as a store manager in Jackson with a white linen cloth and centered
were placed in a "U" shape ville. with a silk flower arrangement which
dwks actetffed' 'tdtM1bldtl"Taydf'ol l '" t with A silk arrangement of'' yellow The wedding is planned for Saturday was given to the honoree after the lun
/ rufffels at the neckfiHe! and daisies and roses with candles at the Sept. 12, at 6 p.m. at the First cheon. ;Place cards marked the
down the back of the skirt. They each head table. Floating candle arrangements United Methodist Church in Starke seating arrangement for the 13 guests .
carried nosegays of yelloW'silk roses with ivy accented the with a reception following in .the which included the honoree's mother. \
and diasies and wore nair'Combs' and center of the tables which seated the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Richard Jockel and groom's -{Fk 1i 1
bows. Little Miss Renae Parrish, wedding party and out-of-town' mother, Mrs. Minnie Box. (
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Par- guests. /.
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rish,'served as flower girl and was attired The bride and groom presented .f } ,
like the bridesmaids,' and carried mementoes of the wedding to their at I : :r)

flowers.,a white basket of yellow. silk tendants. H & R Block To Offer. i II

Mr. Allen served as best man for his DM Y_ K..w........... .
son's wedding and ushers ,were Clif- Tax School In Starke -
ton Mann cousin of the groom, and ad ;
Archer. Mrs. T.T. Langston of Manning, .. In.... .JV!
Doyje S.C. and Mr. and Mrs W.A. Robinsonand
daughter. Donna of Sumter, S.C. Thousands of people are earning Course ife Ideally' suited for,
o;her grtJdmsmeri1' were Master
Kevin ;Johnson.,brother of the bride. were last Tuesday to Friday guests of money in their spare time income 'houseXftves- retired persons, The Florida Bank at
ancCMaster: Donnie Andrews nephewof Mrs. Arlin McKnight and they all tax preparers. teachers or persons wanting to increase -
spent Thursday at St. Augustine. H ft R Block, the world's largest eMir
(tee groom. The ring bearer was tax knowledge.
income tax preparation service is Starke the-
Qualified course graduates may presents
offering a basic Income tax course be offered Job interviews for posi
: : '. To School starting September 8th with morntions with Block.
a.ack S Many accept
leg afternoon and evening classes of the month.This
Facial available. employment with Block because of .
.the flexible1 hours available.
I A" During the 12 week course, .However Block is under no obligation -

: Perms come students tax will preparation study'aU phases and receive of in-' to offer employment, nor are month we recognize, Pat Hayes for
'graduate under to
y4 ay Reg. $25.00 actual experience In preparing individual accept employment any with H ft R the month of August. Pat was chosen by
: i NOW returns. Experienced Block '
:'personnel will teach current laws, The modest course fee includes all fellow staff members for her outstanding per-

a 1500 in theory Block and offices application nationwide.as practiced There.U rfecesaa textbooks,'''for supplies and tax of forma the formance in her assigned job 'andji r;;ability to t
a classroom lecture on each subject school. Certificates ry and 7.5 continuing get along with others.. She began'work at the

;, Good Thur:& Frl:. Aug. 20 4 21 Only 'level.and practice Courses arc problems programmed at every to upon education successful\units completion will be awarded of the bank in February 1979 and is the bank

.; .in inenit teach tax problems students as Increasingly study progresses.complex 'course.Registration. forms" and brochures Telephone Operator. ,,, ,
f Students will find the course both interesting .
for the income tax course: may be obtained
and challenging., by contacting<< the H ft R Block
Irene's Beauty Shop Anyone may enroll. There are no office at M4 'N. 'Temple Ave., ,tlJF18rihl1ank .
MI( 'r I 11I1t' :
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bridal shower was given for covered with a white lace cloth over Tampa were last Thursday overnight day visitor of his grandparents. Mr.
Frances WhiUker. Aug.!! 21 bridetobe green linen and was centered.with aHallmark guests of her parents. Mr. and Mi*r and Mrs.,.V.J. Spengler.
of Jerry Cr'oclurel. on Tuesday bride centerpiece. W.S. Haas. They all went ,to
evening, Aug. 11'', given by Ms. The hostesses presented the Charleston. S.C. for the weekend Robin.Chism of FSU is home on 10
Thelma Griffis. Mrs. Charles Johns, honoree with an electric mixer as a where they were guests of Mr. ana,". .
Mrs. Paul Wheeler and Mrs. Glean; '. memento of the occasion.BIRTHS Mrs. Turner Savage. They attendedthe I
Hicks at the home of the latter on .4 i double wedding of Libby Kossler .Nealy McConnell,
Glenn Reed Drive. to Charles Barber and Gretche> : rJohn Warren Bill
Games were played by the 12 guests ..y Kossler to Marshall Fant on Saturday*" \ J.D. Doyle
during the party hours of 7:30 to 9 afternoon at the Citadel at the Sum. Dommianni of Elks 1803
p.m.Mum \ ::1I merall Chapel 'and reception afterwards district clinic meeting aJ|
corsages were presented to at the Carolina Yacht Club. Live Oak,"Lodge on Sunday.
the honoree Mrs. John Crockrell, ii !*. "'
mother of the groom and Mrs. Beulah Mrs. James.Otto of Seminole, Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin were inNJashville
Prescott, grandmother of the groom. Cora Marshburn and Mrs. Mona ;,Tenn. Sunday Wednes-
Refreshments were served from Weimer of Keystone Heights and Mrs: day to attend. an Oldsmobile showing:
the dining room table which was L.A. Canova of Starke, attended the" V. h-'
i Croft family reunion at the Lulu Community Attending the funeral of Mrs. Helen
Eastern Star Gary Matthew lloracek Center on Sunday. Mrs. Otto Mock in Waldo Saturday were Mr.
Supper August 22 JoAnn and Gary Horacek of 'f remained with Mrs. Canova for the and Mrs. R.C. Buford, Mr. and Mrs.
Keystone Heights announce the birthof week. Dan B. Harley, Mrs. Louise! Harden,
Starke Chapter 224.. Order of the a son, Gary Matthew, born Aug. 16 Mrs. Elbert Nettles and Mrs.William
Eastern Star will have a covered dish in Shands Teaching Hospital. s'R i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfrey of Cruce.
supper,Saturday Aug.22,at 7 p.m.in Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Myrtle Beach, S.C. and Mr. and Mrs.
the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Paul Reynolds of California. Luther Bowman of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller of
All Masons and their families are Maternal grandparents are Mr. and the weekend with Judge and Mrs. Jacksonville will be Saturday guests
invited to attend. Mrs. Floyd Fugatt of Lawtey. Maternal R A. Green, Jr. Katherine Green of of Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and
great-grandparents are Alice UF was home last week. will take their son Scott home after
1971 BHS Class' Reunion Green Jacksonville and Cora Batesof spending the summer with his grand-.

Planned for Aug. 29 grandparents Lawtey.are Paternal Mr. and Mrs.great-Ed- lI14L Terry Carver and Carlos Her- parents.

The BUS Class of 1971 !is having a ward Horacek of Vienna, Austria. nandez participated in a United E.
States Tennis Association Tournament Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Dopsonwere
ten-year reunion on Saturday, August
of University of
29, at the Starke Golf and Country Did You Know........... at the Baymeadows this Country, the guests Professor and Mrs.
Club. The reunion committee has ,, Club in Jacksonville past Florida Law
mailed out invitations which neededto % weekend. Both competed in the Jerry Bennett Sunday at the Florida
singles match and doubles competition Yacht Club to celebrate the Bennett's17th
be returned by Friday, August 14
Mr. and Mrs. Christopherand
If you plan to attend but have not daughters of Winter Haven and I and made it to the quarter finalsin wedding anniversary
doubles.Mr. .
responded please do so as soon as Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Allen and : a
4y' Mrs. John Miller, daughter, Mary
possible.If daughter of Fort Rucker Ala. visited _ and Mrs. Drew Reddish attended Anne and son, Kevin and Nancy
you were a of the 1971
their father, Charles Dinkins from
class and have not received an Invita the graduation ceremonies of their Payne spent Saturday to Monday at
tion, contact Carol Hardy Milner at Saturday to Tuesday.Mrs. son, Stan, who has earned his Elec- Daytona Beach. Kevm is home this
01 trical Engineers Degree from the week from the University of South
9644280, P.O. Box 579. Starke. Fred Snell and daughters,
of South Florida in Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. Dansby University Florida.
Nancy and Jennie of St. Augustineand August 6. Stan, along with his wife
Miss Barbara Hower of Ohio Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Christy, will soon be moving to St. More Socials
Ann P. Brown were last Wednesday Thursday Dansby Augustine where he has accepted a
Carl' Lamar Johns guests of Mrs. Joan Chitty and familyat position with Florida Power and Light Page IDA
Kingsley Lake. To Celebrate 50th
Married Aug. 14 Anniversary Company.

and Mrs. A.J. Eaves were in DOLLS
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer of Mr. WANTEDCASH
Kingsley Lake announce the mar- Anna, III. Wednesday to Monday and Mr and Mrs. Roger O. Dansby will Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson of
riage of their daughter Ann Palmer attended her class reunion on Satur- be honored on their 50th wedding an- No local invitations are being sent Tallahassee spent the weekend with
Brown to Carl Lamar Johns which day. niversary at a reception hosted by but all friends and relatives are in- her parents Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism ,Bring Your Old Dolls To 876
took place Friday, August 14, at 2 their children on Saturday, Aug. 29, vited to share their Joy on this special and took their son, Richard Johnson McMahon Next to Pizza Hut
p.m. at the home of the bride's from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Madison StreetIE' 'day. home after a weeks visit with his
parents in the presence of the !immediate grandparents. (301 North) for CASH Now.
families. I The following "Did You Know"
Carl White Walker minister of J Items were left out last week due to) I I
Quitman Church of Christ, cousin of flack of space:
the bride, performed the ceremony. I-

Mr.and Mrs. H,L. Hutson of Starke,

Did You Know........... Dr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and familyof
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Pafford and grandson, Misty .
Pafford of Jacksonville, Thurs- .
Mr. and Mrs. McConnell, Jr. spent
Nealy day to Sunday at Kingsley Lake.
visited Mrs.McConnell, Sr. in Olusteeon '

Saturday.Mrs. The Barry family reunion was held "Spe d
Sunday at the J.E. Hardy home with a

Linnie Woods is visiting Mr. approximately 50 attending.Mr. .
and Mrs. Charlie Woods and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Woods in Lake City this and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of
week. Wildwood and daughter Mrs. F.M.
Pritchard of Doraville. Ga. were Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F. .
Marvin Lawson attended the- Gort rt\' .Hazen.s: )> rtu 1 > \ ftieI ,- 'Y';' g

Ga.Brown Saturday family and,reunion Sunday.Mr. in. Lumpkhq...;.: ""*1JWraW Mr: Drew'Reddish returned ..... IT ,. tSBS

last week from a three-week vaca-
.and Mrs. M.R. Judd and granddaughter tion which included one week in Wilmington .
Suzanne Judd of Ocala Del. They also visited friends "
were camping at Anastasia State and relatives in N. Augusta, S.C.,
Park over the weekend.Approximately Williamsburg, Va., Salisbury, Md.,
Toms River, N.J., New York City, -
200 members of the Montreal, Canada and Niagara Falls. lot'
BHS band with Mike Woodfin, director While in New York, they attended the save a
spent last week at the Salvation tony Award-winning musical 42ndStreet" -
Army Camp at Keystone. at the Majestic Theatre.Mr. .

Capt. and Mrs. John Warren and and Mrs. Andy Denonn have .."""" ndtTtl.
family Alexandria, Va. are visiting moved from Lawtey to Belleville, "lwouldsaythatanyt.imeYoudnlp !
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren Texas. now to save a lot of money over a lorig eriM 's try

for two weeks. The Methodist Women's Sunday gotxi investment. And that's how I feeljabout( JrV s I1"

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns spent School class had dinner Tuesday and those other nel'}+saving l km BoMr. ys
last week at Flagler Beach and had as night of last week at the Chart Housein Robert McMahot of Cocoa.'Heand gis&fof: :!; .
Friday to Sunday guests, Rep. and St. Augustine celebrating the birthdays -
Mrs. Frank Williams.Mr. of Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Mrs. estimate they save$3Q to $40 a month becausejof, ;:
Henry Godwin and Mrs. Joyce r ,; -_ initial investment in the Watt-Wise, Living' :?;pack at
and Mrs. Ben Floyd and Telken. 15 members and guests at the time they built thtlicWhat's i l1fl't "'+ "' tt t
children of Riegelwood, N.C. spent tended. r ,1
Friday to Monday with her mother -_1 a Watt-Wikt. ,rafe...., J $ c lna of
Mrs. Grace Blackwell and Mr. and Matt and Jim Ivey of Seattle :rt features that meelFPJl's erieri; vr J s la t an

Mrs. Jim Lawson. their Wash.,grandparents spent the past, Mr.10 days and Mrs.with be easily included in the con truffton of aew "hi .

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons, J.E. Hardy while their parents werein Over a period of years they can::'jiyqiyou substant:.,
Jim and Matthew of Seattle Wash. New Orleans house-hunting, where i A more than they cost. iQ 1
have moved to their new home in New they will be transferred Sept. 1. _L i Watt-Wise homes have cost>saving((0C features lit*"

weeks Orleans.with The their boys grandparents spent the past Mr.two J.D.Doyle spent Wednesday to Sun- ... *f1/ extra ceiling a J n i, fcton; solar ur heat-recoyery

and Mrs. J.E. Hardy and Mrs. Ivey day with Mr and Mrs. John F. Robbin units for water! -l& 'fliwfiiSsff!f i.if ruy air cOnd' inner>
was here last week. Doraville, Ga. He was accom- heat .
or .
panied by Sherrod Hamilton who at. t a pump. r ,'r likeflutrt'es&rtc ttghtjr/g.gira
Angela Welch of Brunswick, Ga. is tended the 214th Coast Guard Artillery a microwave overff&hJthermally, efficient wind ,6nd

visiting her grandparents, Dr. and Anti-Aircraft annual reunion in 9 -L' doors,with glass areas planned to minimize heat bu d-up.
Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. for a week. Gainesville; Ga. Mr. Hamilton also there
11 Today,
visited relatives in Atlanta and are many ways to save on electricity'without
Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker, Mrs. Winder Ga. 1 giving up comfort. You'll find them in FPL's

Lavon Jackson and Mrs. Daisy Shutt Watt-Wise Living Program. Today it's \tne of the wisest
were in Pine Bluff, Ark. last week investments could make.
you Stop by your local FPL
where they took home Mrs. Shutt'ssister Get "Slender Now"FIMM :
Miss Ann Sketoe who had been toyfwtk'i "..*, KMTtost wMM. : office and pick up a free hr .
visiting here.Specialists. ....... 22 u. lyMfk Marisa sap a;
.pMM) .t Mss 100 (UfcViMfVMUtto ....a =
*. a 90 piglet tanMtor *(tMtifcM MIl LsJ::
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in moderate priced MSwuBy tar SM.lilt... to a tsscWpvthtM _
woman* apparel sizes S to 50 and
Feed to ...*.* i W price McW tar r
ladies shoes sizes 5M to 12EEE Mly Sl1.n.1IIny "..*. reply> ......
will soon be opening: In Starke. Morning Sun HatlMi Fads
YOU CAN OWN THIS SHOP! lw pwu.erFrr,
Very small Investment. Call Mr. 301 (tain Nut M HUM IMtuim
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dismissed at 2:45 p.m. American flag passed the floor of the Brown who has another one tomorrow Mrs.:Evelyn, tfaughan enjoyed the Among out-of-town and guests'atten spending the
by Dolores Meng Those entering school for the first 4-H group. They are considering formal August 21. How many is that for visit of her daughter, Marrlon ding the wedding and Mrs.Nate Dyal
Phone M1.19 time should have birth certificates Veltman her Edward weekend with Mr.
introduction to the State Legislature you, Aunt Belle? grandson. .Major anch
and proper immunization records. of this Bill. VacationersMr. Veltman and children. Missy, and were their son and family.and children;
Wo..OubThe Teachers and staff reported to For entertainment the 4-H and Mrs. Richard Mowry and Dusty from Centralla Illinois. Mrs. Thomas Dyal Indian t
Hampton Woman' Club will school on Wednesday for three days of representatives relaxed at the daughter Donna, have returned During their week long visit they Beach; and Jenny Berard, of 01 Key West pond t
hold their Social Meeting at the City pre-planning. Gardens where took in Disney World, Sea World, .Judy
Maclay swimming; home following nearly three weeks .
Jacksonville. ..,(
Hall tonight August 20, at 8 p.m. All Doll Waters Represents 4-11 volley ball and other activities wereavailable. vacation. They were accompanied by Silver Springs Wild Waters and Steven Noegel of .
interested women of the area are In- Mrs. Harold Waters and her l their nephew, Chris Howell of Marlneland. All had a wonderful J _,., vLo
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vited attend. ,, daughter Doll, drove to Tallahassee t
They all enjoyed the closing Ban Panama City. Also going with them vacation and visit. "
Time ForScbeoPrincipal for four days attendance at the quet at the Holiday Inn and the danceat .were Elzle,and Jill Bass of Panama Hampton Lake lN .'iIO.JUisr .latlAPARTRSENJS h
Connie Clark announces Legislative Session. They were accompanied Salley Hall on the FSU Campus .City. CongratulationsDavid 7
the opening of Hampton Elementary by Tony Anderson of the where they were housed during their Among sites they enjoyed were Eugene Dyal and Teresa
School for Monday August 34,at 8:30 Starke 4-H Club. stay in Tallahassee Charleston, Yorktown, and Kings Rachel Knepper werre married J
4M \
a.m.Bus students are advised to meet They attended State 4-H .3 3 B.4roe."Pte.
Assembly, Birthdays Mountain State Park in South Saturday, August IS, at the home of '
buses a few minutes earlier than last Debates and Committee Meetings Roy Payne is celebrating his 11th Carolina. During their camping trip Mr. and Mrs. Leland Knepper on ,rrooe 1130" to MV5"tMlMHMt :
year for the first week or until regular each day. They all enjoyed a tour of birthday today August 20. David they spent several days at Cherokee, Crystal Lake.

--time.-.:-is- OLOO established..-, School_ .....will. ...... be *the_.i.*Capitol....< .... Building....... .j.t The.. .."bill Man-In- today.Meng is also. celebrating his birthday Amish N.C. and country Gettysburg.and They enjoyed visited the the with They a dinner were party honored given Friday'by Mr.'night and I : : .5"0 W..Nadl .' f fI ff flt:1l

Community Newsby -.".-.. -i... 1ft Mrs. Belle scenery all along the way. stark Mrs. Nate Dyal at the Holiday Inn in. ,I NDO r....."...."1 3

Elizabeth Walker

Phone M4-M83 ".... -. ,. ...,.. .. ... .. ..,,-. .... d' ... . ,,, .. "" .. -... '"
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New Bethel Baptist Church -
: District No. 2 Deacon Royal
leader will meet with the members .
Thursday August 20, at 8 p.m. AU
members are asked to attend. .. .,'
Macedonia Baptist: Rev. Nathanial I II ,'-; \:
Curtis will conduct a Revival Sept. 0 ': .!:\,
7-11. The public is invited to attend. rA ; '. J "t.o .

Pleasant Grove United ;,'; '" ',
Methodist: Plate lunches will be : : :: .. :'

sold at the church Sat. beginning at ,
11:30. All members are asked to
cooperate with this activity. Sunday ,. '0
School only Sunday. tlotsenot
Greater Freewill Bethlehem Baptist: REVLONCHARUE

The be annual held Deaconess Sunday at anniversarywill 3 p.m. The I AIM 1, or SPRAY SCOUNDREL COLOGNE 1 o [iJIi] to '

public is invited. The speaker will be r.." II ". ...'- ,". '
Mosely Hope Baptist
CHOW .........
Church. 6 p.m. the Outreach Choir' .....04I11C I : ChoouChrI4.0.4.OtLle .
will present a concert. ase Scoundrel 0.5-oz. 1
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.: Sun.. ....... ....... or Limit 1
day is Youth Day with the youth Fluorid*toothpaste, for th p LOOSELEAF DUO-TANG W1RE30UND
presiding in the services.The .,
speakerwill whole familY Limit 1 ,
invited to be present.

....United- Pentecostal- Church """"'-- MAKE-UP COVER GIRL .. _"..,_.. PACK OP200 WITH fOCKITS 5/1/ 00 ;*- i ;

.. vwmcMOici .4 99SlfcPrfeW 59t HuT2I79
204 N.Water St. .74ZO ::
VIDALSASSOON ......... I *
Pastor: Rev.O.L.Wells I .
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Thursday 7:30 p.m. Men'sPrayer SHAMPOO Ct or MoisturlzedEv.Shadow Brush-on"..,..Limit 2 '"x 10'Vb"ruled punched sheets. Assorted color covers have dips I'Ideal for compositions I,report
Meeting. I FINISHING; RINSE A great.buy tor bach school.,Limit A pockets: organizing. Cover in choice of colors. LimIt 2You're
Friday 7:30: p.m. Youth Service.
Sunday 10:00 a.m., Sunday
School; 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Ser 2300W
vice. 144 CNO !
CUTEXMAIL going to like our
Tuesday-9:30 a.m. Ladies Prayer Halrartproducleformanapesbdlly :
Meeting. A ihine. Limit ENAMEL

Wednesday-7:30: p.m. Bible Study I tnntSMtfllMrf. 6lk
Obey Acts 2:38.29 ...... Backto C 00rreoo

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Miss Sandy Douglas I TABLETS

Luncheon Honor** omioriM 89 RAVE i ?

Miss Sandy Douglas of Brooker se/e/ BUFFERISHAIRSPRAY [.J'1iljIU1J: ::
whose marriage to Ernest Tanner Ii 1D'I MEAD ORGANIZER
headache ...., A
will be an event of Aug. 28, was com- Analgesic tablets for .
plimented at a bridal luncheon Saturday : & lever Limit Aerosol spray for a soft, NOTEBOOKSIrii
given by Mrs.Johnny Hobbs and flexible hold.3 types.
Mrs. Tom Casey at the Casey Limit 1 VOUH CHOICETMfPW

residence on Crosby Lake. S KECK 9 trod
The dining tables were covered DATA CINTIR
with white embroidered cloths and SURE SCUD OXV"IV.cNEDeODORANT TNCONOANUTO ,, 29 ,;,,,
centered with arrangements yellow Flax CAJMVAU.nularl .III
daisies and white mums. Place cards MEDICATION w p .. 7 .:............. E;:!,;=as=!=!=i! [ :o
marked the seating arrangements. Planning&IIIln I ..ft business people. Ei .
Corsages were presented to the I-OUIICI gfte .- ....... Have assorted P..ture..o help, organize Information!
honoree and to Mrs. Ernest Douglas, ..... Extra. strength for acne
mother of the bride-elect and to Mrs. I ITYMS ft pimples. limit.
Eugene Tanner, mother of the prospective Scented or Unscented: Price +/ -
reflect15O'off label.Limit
groom. The hostesses also
gave Miss Douglas an engraved cake 0
knife as a memento of the occasion.

PEPSODENT ... .feed-. .. .
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TOOTHBRUSH Iue.rrer.aa.. .......t.. ....... 17111tC' ..SMUTS 139 'II .
WITH CM cuu.mmtn omirNatural DecongeatamWbleta/a "x11"ah"b.Quality Tynv. nor., ............ ......... : .'liIlb'>
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Yeager returnee / rIll..ChoIceof. aha8heylevrllmitl! ax bond. Stock up lor school: ) Ruled&punched sheet -.--=' 1 ea
colors Limit 3
last Friday after two weeks visit witt with 4 dlvid.,.. Limit 2 ..___
her sister, Mrs. Blanche Rawson ii /
Milwaukee Wis. and with friends ii 10:1./1.
Cedar Grove Wis.
Mrs. Terry Rieske and daughterKim .sATs "..n SAUNISOLUTION1s.oulcl SCHOOLSCISSORS $
will return Saturday after tw FALtPOINTPJEy
weeks visit with her parents, Mr.an .................13' f crrj V04MCHOICI .49* : /rye /
Mrs. Claude Bledsoe in Chester, Pa. 0 For rinsing a storing 10ft .... VftiV fOM VI .' ulsmuate
Contact lenses. Limit 1 Forged steel,ft easy Erases Its own inkl.Medium 4 aio1oo
Mrs. D.C. Forehand of Albany Gi SCHICK SUPER[ u... point, blue Ink. Ltmit'2'LIQUID y'

and Mrs. Ted Stigler of Lighthoua CARTRIDGES ecII

Point Mrs.were Clyde Sunday Sinclair.Mr. overnight. guestof TAMPAX .4. .,. .1 I 4. .

I. ::. .. 1/t111.v1 TAMPONSO1 1 PAPERSPINOK-' ;' 4 yer 'I AHUQ
and Mrs. Danny Thompson i Twin blade. 9 % CORRECTION FLUID DICTIONARY NdA1kn

Jacksonville were Saturday ove<: off label. Limit 1 a"NI .......a& agnl.I.. 4 ; ._ .

Casey.night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tot Plus Regular or rigs Super..Limit Super y ....................69 N MeufartM MMrrN.e'.zrr,, '1t' 1111 1 = '.1,re?{

Whiteliquldcover-upfa "Nr Euyto-carryedrebound: II :r9 A
mistakes. [
The Kingsley Lake home of Jun Webster's Dicsonary.CRAYOLA .
and Bill Edwards was the setting for I '. "
"celebration of being together" o COMPARE ;; ,AND SAVE
Sunday, Aug. 16. Enjoying the occi
sion were: Susan Edwards,Cindy an ,e
Tommy Duncan of Williston Hal an I ECKERD PENCILS
Ellen Edwards of Gainesville, LU CHEWABLE ACROSS '
Dianne and Glenn Mullins of Orlandi OTTUOftSS .....MCISChooseyellowor /
D ,. 111 : ...** .....MM'
Jimmy and Jen Yawn of GainesviUi : r assorted
PANTYHOSEC ser.rrrw.......
Frances and Joe Belche of Norfoll Fruit flavored supplement I colors. .'
Va., Peggie Caldwell Garcia and Ref : .tablets. Limit 1 colors.
Father Joseph D. Pina. both < ae11.f1..... iul
Southern California Mrs. Myrtl With cotton panel Choice II __
Anderson and Mrs. John Anderson. of shades ft sue*. Limit 2 -- CONAIR LIGHTED

Minesinger Mrs. Curtis in Atlanta Sanders last visited week.Liz WITH MOM 4;"'-::::Mght,.Ut listed. AM/FM RADIO

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Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter an- MuIU-vaminsupplemeM I="-:: -re ........... ...... /
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas user ECKERD plus Iron.Limit rerrroo.T RadiowfMghPwelpMrare '
Tuesday of last week luncheon guest r C .
COSMETIC stereo headpnoma.
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols a -,.........
Crescent Beach PUFFS J !t
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick aw, Iii,: : .211 FLOSS AWAY1"T cURLINOBRUSH SUNBEAM!ELECTRIC
son. Brian of Lake City spent U* .. rh7.4 1Mraaoe ALARM CLOCKCompact 11 '
weekend with his mother, Mrs. Jad 'c'''.r .7'9 2 heat setting+ *ft lMI/oftlghl.
Soft puffs used to apply or ......... KUMra lt .
Trawick. BBJHJBI ( ......u...,
remove make-up pore Waxed or Unvoted dental erree.ree ....... -
Limit 2 floss. Use M daNyl.UmN 1You're is =.=:.:nr 2" arankrdM. ......... a"a t
I Mrs. W.S. Peters of Kingsley Lab -- Black numeralsft
, returned Tuesday after three week 4B
mutt Antique white case.
visit with her mother, Mrs. E.T. Hal ,.. .
in Sterling.Colo.Mrs. Hall celebrate
her 90th birthday while her.daughta Going to LIb Eck d's VIP PRO GLOBETROTTER
was with her.Peggie "fcyAIIoWVE NCCO QUARTZ
Pharmacy SirvJce. .&. eij>,.,.
Caldwell Garcia a i 211)a1dA"-la..Folds., ALARkICLOCK tio! I.=; re.uwq
Camarillo, Calif. la spending days Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals are going to ...;...ra NatM10 I. 39 .
with her mother. Lila Caldwell anther make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education .=--iaey.sr 4" .....11.1I........, .1, 2
sisters June courses 'to maintain' an up-to-date knowledge of developments in .
Edwards and Lila .YeoMT Precision quart!accuracy ; /
Rae Yawn and families. Enjoying drugs They always try lo save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts ''ew ..r umlnoua hands/hour dots..
time in Florida with Peggie is) UM and generic drugs whenever possible They will also save you .ee.en.u-
Rev. Father Joseph D. Pina from Lot time by constantly. checking stocks' lo keep the drugs you need on hand!
Angeles Cal. Father Joe Is a doss
frieifd oCTIm/dan >I. "...Uv.i. .

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Youth Club Will Lead Youngsters to Christian Education Methodists HopeA

major crisis facet the church to to a meaningful commitment to that wa vastly different from Inc one Methodist Church In Starke today one Purpose of the Youth Club: Youth Club members are requiredto
day, crick threatening the very Christ, make them knowledgeable in Amercans live In today. Times have program that.b doing Just thatthe To create an understanding and participate in three areas of study
future of iU life- a crisis fa Christian matters of faith, and guide them Intoa changed and today any one program Youth Club. ( desire for accepting Christ as Lord and experience. These elements, in-
Kducatioa.< > do the Job At the heart of the Youth Club Program
lifelong relationship with the cannot be expected to and saviour dispensible to the program are:
For over 200 yean the church has church. forever. Is the recognition that in the personal :

looked to traditional programs of Sun- Once highly: effective, these programs Sunday School and Youth complex, confusing emotionally Impacted To develop intelligent active and Bible Study:
day School Parochial Schools' and today are experiencing a Fellowship should not be abandoned."We competitive. fragmented loyal membership and leadership in The Youth1 Club'off era a program of
youth Fellowship Groups to provide severe crisis in numbers In depth need aU the time.we can get," world in which Americana live and the church; Bible study which is the heart of the
of experiences for children I and In quality of teaching. says Mrs. Carol Stephenson, director raise their children the single most To give worthwhile study, Club Progrartl''lf' bfdesigned to train
and teenagers that would. bring them Since I960, almost every major of education at the First United. important element in any effective wholesome recreation and opportunity young peorteto; be'intelligent, committed
'i ,V I. I denomination has lost from Its Sun- Methodist. Church of Starke. Christian Education Program.... is for service- bound up in a true concerned Christian men and
,:, day School and Youth Fellowship "Rather we need to look at what'shappening the development of stable, supportive Christian Fellowship; women. The pastor and trained
: nrMMaatdUvmy.UcuMatlon| ol I Ia rolls hundreds of thousands of around us, discover what relationships. Many studies from .And to develop the kind of Christians laymen teach the study courses.
: new all steal buildings. children, adults, and people. the real needs of today's youth and many: sources indicate the crying who are able and willing to com Primary Class, Grades K. I. Z: My
40x72x14S2.46persq.fi.eOxloax15S2.38persq.lt. Sunday School"ynd Youth supplement present programs with need to today's youth is forrelationship. municate their faith and to assume Church and My BibleThis is a
: Fellowship are programs that were something that will capture their imagination .- a sense of belong- personal responsibility in assisting in< simplified study of the local church
2 Cell..TcINI'IM' 9.00.34441301 developed between 100 and 200 years and speak to their needs." ingness, an opportunity to develop the building of God's ,Kingdom onI
,. .. ,. ....... with its staff; physical setting
i .r.. -- ., .. *' _, 11..1.- .f.-j .i -a j
S .n s./ ftl .ww1 AI a world Thr0 U in thlt religious symbols, and business mat

: ters. The second half of the series Involves

an introductory study of I!
significant Bible personalities and
Intermediate Class Grades 3-S: Old
Testament Workers- This Is a
simplified coarse on Old Testament .'
history establishing in a historic line ,

II the great people they have previously "-
II II IIp studied acquainting them with _

something on the nature of the people
ef Israel and bringing the young people
In their study to the beginning of -

iE \ the New Testament.
i'\ -

I ailij9 (Primarily Choir)

,. Every Youth Club member is required
to participate in the choir or to
serve the church in some other
O'SULUVAN RICH'N CHIPS 2-LITER TAB/ ipecially assigned way. Singing in the

HOME 602.A.. ftfM COCA COLA :hoir deepens the young peoples'
I I Ragtdt 1N......,.,- inderstanding of the responsibility of
ENTERTAINMENT ert.pooollleftlllldwltft ndividual Christian service and the
CENTER deBdous ctIocoIIIIe3M You" nvestment of life within the church.In .

(tegular........10.11 chips./ Limit CROICI ..-... addition to the various forms of
I ELMER'SGLUEALL & hlngbeverages In throw- p tudy, there are recreation and craft
irograins for each child to paricipate -
SCOTCH TAPE 2988 / in. This is an opportunity for
SUN GIANT he Youth Club member to experienceun
RAISINS times in a truly Christian com-
I 2 l h89 Mar resistant hickory look wood- 2 l'SS a"GM nunity.
of of
grain finish. 53%" x 14W x ..... =ills .....99 Final objective any program
"K Christian Education is not only the exerience -
...POII 24Y> Easy to assemble tree. ... von NutI'lIIouu"acll' .Handy
TOOTS ROLL of faith, but the knowledge of
Chakeal'h"x/SO" '.' X 300"(No. 105A)types. for horn I school needs Limit 2 POPS or MIDGEES 'aith as well. Students can be
:hallenged to grow to do reports
roue j MSS tests to discuss deeply questionsf
csolctVJSA 79 ) faith and life. Study is real intense

CON-TACT VINYL "'s'w'' ;productive. Expectations are high.
Choose 14.5-oz.Midgees or There emerges from the experiencef
COVERING 7r6-or. Pop.. Limit 2 sharing the deeper experience of
a.n+.,.N 1 19 relationships that go beyond the
classroom and into life.
Adhesive backing Assorted This, then is Youth Club activities
designs 4 colors choir and study. A relational
o program design that meets the deep
relational needs of today's youth in

H1-DR1 the context of a disciplined structured
program of Christian Education that

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LLOYD'S LCD CREDIT CARDCALCULATOR i2 yS .78 t ey Assorted=rancee.: Strong absorbent household Farm Bureau Seminar
Limit towels. Limit 2
Ricky Alvarez and Bruce Rehberg
represented Bradford County at the

Yoytlt ,Safety, ,$ rninar a\, the 4-H

.. .. : .. ,. ... _, camp} a\ Cher: yj.eke 11tr.Madiscn., .
s41 : ;- _- 'I. 'TOW.S ,..: P ,' the week,of Aug. J." and sponsored r
I 999 '' by the Florida Farm Bureau.
.AC.Mi. .99- Alvarez is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

.....11... ................. ....,..... :;.... '.- FACIALTISSUE Owen Alvarez Jr. Rehberg is the son
Features automatic power shutolf. 10.1(1.rt& Pop-up dispenser of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rehberg.The .
memory keys..lnctudes; batteries & case. moist cloths. LImit 1 ::0'100 3'-10' 0 ? ; Youth Safety Seminar is a com
prehensive program conducted by the
Priced .sons Florida Farm Bureau to create and
Soft a absorbenttiuuafor Ids"" maintain an interest in'the Farm
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS bam A bedroom. Limit 3 1 Bureau and safety as an everyday

$HARP LCD SLIDE RULE a MEMOREX way of life by stimulating a will
CALCULATOR CASSETTE TAPES ingness to become involved in com.
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IdlilltlllQlay/ 14 a memory Does trig functions,%.sq rtA : for recording, COAST Bureau members.
key,. Automatic power.off. more. .1 I Bradford Farm Bureau President
t BATH SOAP Jimmy Gaskins stated that Ricky and

,. Bruce received instructions in our
: FRUIT OF THE LOOMUNDERWEAR .. 402 l $ major areas of safety farm equipment
MISSES'KNEE-HI ((QOFINE D-CON ba.= I two Z and machinery hunter and
FOUR GQNE I --. sea.cI firearm safety water safety and survival -
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p tf oft label
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.. ;....,.. 3 4 3/3/ Automalicfoaer
Tum-dowrtcu*Assorts* Assorted kills exposed bugs. E Grace Church
'. "I Wh"-" 100% cotton. Baptist
colors A sizes: Limit*
"I; ,, : sizes. LImit 1 peck each j
:. :t 100 A- South

.... "- Pastor -Don Scheetz
ALL o\JJRACiEl\1\ ;\ !; \ LADIES' TELB-BKTRA8QO! ? / Sunday School-9:45 a.m.: Morning
11:00 Church
DURAC UGHTERSYOLTDA"fJERY Worship- a.m.; TrainIng -
.'... '. SPORTSOCKS": ftH- -6:30 p.m. Evening Wor-
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aManwd run jrlla. rarnbrrail
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Experience in the lines, improved both our JV team and the ninth -- "The true test will" come when; 'wj$
speed in the offensive and defensive graders. The ninth grade looked goodin put the pads on, Defensive Coott,,
backfields and overall quicknesshave the Spring." dinator Mike Sexton said Tuesday
popped up in the first couple nurse's second-day general Impressions "Right now everybody's eager-land:
days of Fall football practice as included: working real hard. If things go like W*
strong points for the 1981 edition of On the defense: "We've got a good think they should we'll"have a ptwity.,
Bradford High's Tornadoes. nucleus returning defensively..." good year defensively. ':=iji
Lacking in size and depth the Tornadoes On the offensive front: "The '%Q
will have to rely on the above- veteran offensive line makes me feel Secondary coach Mike Hartley Mid
listed attributes as they seek to pretty good, they're very consistentand he's also limited in what he can toil'
bounce back from last year's 3-7 all good football players..." without pads and contact but so tai i ft
season. The coaches also hope they On the pass-catchers: "Our pleased. "So far we're just getting Jh
can add aggressiveness to the list of wideouts appear strong BO far, we'n to the basic: things but there b str'J
positives, but judgement on that had catching the ball..." been a lot cf loss of memory as firsts: ,
to wait until BHS donned full pads for On the secondary: "The defensive where to line up and recognition- I
the first time Wednesday, August 19. backfield should be quicker and more ( people I'm working with came backin;.
54 players were taking part in twoa aggressive than last year. Three of good shape l>>r:
day drills as practice opened Monday them have played back there and "' :"J Hartley has three Thonuij
morning. will make up the 1981 Larry Long is going to be a good '' ..-::1.'lt ... Watkins, and monster Darryl1'lloinO.
varsity with' the other 17 being one.. 1Io.-- '. I?" :;, ..... ton that have started games in-thA
sophomores who will form the On the offense: "Overall our offense ,,. .-............ r..JIf .. .. past and says Long is moving in-wefl\
nucleus of the JV. Three is kind of rough right now -. at comer.'They're all good athietM
sophomoresrunning back Eric because we're breaking in a new 1 Mw x 1 .IAG but the Hip side of that coin is that I,
Lane, linebacker Don Green, and quarterback(John Thompson) but we "Now Do You See Who You'll Block' ?" fur his three, all but Thornton will be piays>
kicker Rick "Gus" Braswell -are going expect to work out the kinks by the Offensive Front Coach Carlton Fan k holds overhead to illustrate blocking .Migi.ments ing offense too. .:...::...:.: [,
a pad blockers. "
to stick with the varsity Hurse end of the week... '
said. On the lack of depth "Right now "We've got a lot of speed aid' ['
"The kids have shown up in pretty we're looking for depth. Some kids quickness back there with those thr $
good condition and we've been pleased are going to have to go both ways." backing up Watkins at fullback." Up front offensive line coach Hurse said that since the spot will and Darryl's a real aggressive! I.
with practice so far," Head Coach Elaborating on the work with the offense Junior varsity players Brad Brown, Carlton Faulk has the luxury of work primarily be pass-catching role in monster man, but with those guy .
David Hurse said after the third Tornado which Tuesday morning included and Wayne Slocum are also on the ing with four returning starters a the new BHS offensive scheme even playing offense too we need to develop i''
session Tuesday morning. He heavy work on passing against a depth chart at offensive backs.At fact he says makes life a lot easier as the wideouts could show up at tight some depth. Right now there's not;a i
was especially pleased with the live defense, Hurse said "John he can just review the basics and end.Defensively lot of experience behind the :first I
sophomores JV's, who have been asked Thompson seems to be coming along the receiver slots junior Craig move on to more detail. Center Bruce the Tornadoes have group. The second group is working." I
out for two-a-days for the first time real well. Hopefully John will be our Sapp and senior Clayton Norman lead Rehberg, guards Randy Luke and nine players back who have started at hard but they're young. It depends on [
and who have responded ea quarterback and Emmett (Watkins) the lists at presstime. JV graduate Charley Brown, and tackle Billy least once and should be improvedover how they mature in the next three i i:
"We're real pleased with the junior our fullback. We've switched Brian Blaine Dyal and Jeff Belcher, Clifford Shannon are the returners with the unit that allowed 193 points weeks as to whether they'll be able ta t
varsity prospects. So far they're Thomas and Larry Long to halfback Hill, and Curtis Griffin also Stephen Spell, the only junior among last season. step in there in a game situation/':;':
much farther ahead at this point than because it's a very important defense figure in the picture,along with Brad those five, manning the other tackle Noseguard Kenny Wright, tackle Grin, Bruce Simmons Sapp Lanes
they were last year. Even though and we needed that added depth. We Russell of the junior varsity, and post. Faulk praised Luke and Brown Dale Buchanan, linebacker Mark Hill and John Bennett I who Ii
they'll be just two coaches down therewe also have Eric Lane and Herbert Thomas and Long can both switch out for "working real hard over the Sum- Crews,and end Charley Brown all are doubles as kick-snapper) are working Ii,
should be much improved with Hawkins there with Bruce Simmons to wideout. mer" and said sophomore Tommy, veterans of the trenches while end in the secondary along with Sampt
Johnson is doing well since moving to Barry Reddish saw considerable action son, Russell, Robert Carver, ->and,
t center. Defensive starter Barry Reddish as a junior and Bruce Rehberg. Brad Brown of. the JV. .': *-:.>
I Barry King, junior Kenny who moves in at linebacker after two -."
Perry, and JV's Doug Glover, Wayne years at end, could be Bradford's best The Tornadoes continue two-a-13s'
Cribbs, and Johnson, add depth. football player. Senior Kenny Bright through Friday this week with after) :
inherits the other tackle post. school sessions starting after school:
Tight end is a question mark with Bobby Starling. Melvin Randalls, opening Monday, August 24. Parent's:;
the projected starter not coming back and offensive starter Shannon, add night is August 28 starting at 7:30; the,:: I''
out. Jacksonville Ed White transfer depth inside while Williams and Jones Jamboree is September 4 in Palatka;
David Jones will get a shot at the job from the offense are in the fight for and opening night is Friday Sepfc.il?.: I:
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Defenders left to right) Kenny Perry Doug Glover Long as he boots the ball away during Tuesday's morning governments regarding our city.
U ayne Slocum.and Nathaniel! Coley pressure punter Larry session .

. i am experienced In the preparation of the city budget and amJ''
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Bradford For The County 1981-82 Schools School Bus TermThe Routes I have resided Inside the city limits, of' Starke.for the. past twenty-two.1

school bus routes for the 1981-82 school term will remain basically the same as last term with the following excep. '.
lions: ,. .
Those students riding bus#61 last year (Lawtey area) will again ride bus'61, however they will be picked up 15 minutes if you ELECT me to be your city Clerk on September 8th 'I pledge to'"
earlier. Bus#61 will also pick up those students living on CR233 (Morgan Road) between 301 and CR18. Pick up will begin at ,
intersection of CR233 and US301 at approximately 7:50 A.M., and continue on CR233 to CHlft. you ;
Those students living on CR18.Crawford Road CR229A CR225 and that general area,that have been riding buses#3.#91 I
and #42 at the close of last term will now ride buses as follows: TO do the very best job I can by using my experience and knowledge .
Bus #3. will make its' first pickup just west of Keith's Beauty Shop on CR18 at approximately 7:20 A.M. and proceed to -
BOQ in the Prison and pick up there approximately 7:25: A.M., then return on CR16, picking up on Faulkner Road (NW to the best of my ability.
56th) and on CR225 to CR229lrom approximately 7:30.7:45: : A.M. Then pick up on CR229 from CR225 on into Starke. :
Bus #91, first pick up will be at approximately 7:23: A.M.. beginning at intersection on CR229A and CR16. then pick up on TO always remember the office of city Clerk belongs to the people, \
CR16 towards Starke on NW 54th Avenue, then back on CR18 on into Starke. and that the door Is .
to citizen.
Bus#43, will make first pickup on Crawford Road at Wilson's Welding at approximately 7:25 will continue picking up on always open every ,
Crawford Road to Water Oak Creek,then return to NW 59th, pick up on 59th to CR16 (tat NW 59th and CR16 approximately '
7:40). Then will pick up on CR229A from CR16 to Wayne Sapp's residence, then return on 229A to CR233 and pick UP on To have as my only occupation. the position. of city Clerk. as the office !
CR233 from CR229A to CR16. Is a full time Job. I
Parents and students, please be patient and understand that we may have to make further changes, but hope to have the .
routes stabilized within the first eight to ten days of school. To
Implement the latest
methods and
Parents, please go over the following state adopted rules with your child to be sure he or she understands them and will accounting procedures..

follow them: INSTRUCTIONS FOR PUPILS RIDING BUSES 'II TO operate the office. In a professional manner r E EI q:

I 1 1. Stand off roadway while awaiting bus. .
2. The emergency door must not be tampered with and must not be used for ordinary boarding and alighting. .: ,I
3. Keep arms and head inside windows. I want to be your city Clerk vote for experience and qualifications on '
\ 4. Cross the roadway 3 or 4 steps in front of the bus. Wait for driver's signal before crossing. September 8th.
:5. Do not move about within the bus while it is in motion.
6. Outside of ordinary conversation, classroom conduct is to be observed.
7. The driver is in full charge of the bus and pupils. Pupils must obey drivers., Respectfully. I It
: '8. The driver has the right to assign pupils certain seats if necessary to promote order on the bus.
9. No eating drinking or smoking allowed on bus. t
; 10. Do not bring knives weapons, toys, animals, reptiles, pets or glass bottles on the bus. Nell L. Tucker
11. Pupils must be on time; the bus cannot wait for those who are tardy. : .' paid POtlttC*A J

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{ Three down, one to go. Machine in batting average and Jia: 41 i better records against the high-
'Y fi4 il A.' That's the picture in Green Romero with .714 lS-for-21)) and 8 JfR ,ranked teams than they did against us
dl fly IY Machine's, quest for a national championship numbers. First sacker Bobby Stevens. 'I Cyitn two wins and a loss versus both
'i, Jn the ASA's Men's Major was put out just once in the first lour Jerry's and Ken Sanders-York
r;.. Slowpitch division. games going 9-for-10 and finished ;lf\srbelU ,
I Machine won the District title in 9-l4 (.643) with 51.homers. Ken, Neither Jerry's or Ken Sanders-
Ocala, came from the loser's bracketto Carlton, who Thomas said treated an, York nor lop-ranked Howard's Fur
,t"" capture the State championship in injured wrist gingerly in the first niture and some of the other top clubs
< A West Palm Beach and then last game but then "just suck4'd It up and will be competing against Machine at
weekend had trouble In the went with it" was good for 11 hits (.618
!i 1,1 no taking nationals. With the advent of a new
1 Regional crown in Bradenton with average), six of them home runs. "Super" division this year those
five straight wins Mike Jacobs was at .609 ((14-23) withone teams will play their own Super world
The next,and last stop comes Labor homer followed by Kevin Kelly tourney seperate 'from the tourney
x / yie Day weekend September 4-7, as .600 with two HRs, Dennis Crawford Machine will compete in.
Machine goes to Burlington North .571 with one homer Eddie Hazen .544 I
Carolina, to match power'with upwards with four circuit clouts and Ray Of the coming bid at a national title '
of 30 of the country's best Ma Fleetwood .500 with three HR shots. Thomas was" confident, saying "I
jor clubs with the national championship As a team Machine hit .571 with 31 think we'll win itiif we play with the
on the line. Judging from last homers and 98 runs In the five same kind of intensity as we did this '
weekend's performance Machine ballgames."We past weekend. If ,we can hit the ball
which now rates seventh in the world played with more intensity this down when we have to and play with /
should be one of the top contenders. weekend than we have all year" that kind of intensity we've got a real "
The Starke-based club powdered Coach Ronnie Thomas said of good shot at it, especially if we get "-
li L.Y ,, .. M( i i op Alabama state champion Grecos 17.1 Machine's Region title. "There was FredWinston( ) back "
i- f ,, on the strength of seven homers Fri times this year when we didn't getup Winston has been ineligible throughall
day night. Saturday morning they for some teams and let 'em stay close three playoff tournaments becauseof
fought the wind but came out with a enough to beat us but when we play an ASA ruling on his participationin
6-3 win over V.M. Nutri of West Palmas the ranked teams like Jerry's we Miami's metro league but Thomas
b' li > li.K Eddie Hazen accounted for four of seem to play with intensity and we said an appeal is in the offing
the six runs with a pair of homers.
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Warner Teams Get at It... to clinch a top-two finish and Moved Back to Sept. 9
It's got everything but the pads and opposition as three ticket to Nationals.In .
members of the Bradford Cowboy Pee Wees work on an ofball to Carroll and then throwing to a wideoui.tensive Sunday's championship game The date for City Commissioners Jimmy Crosby and Bobby Milner to go
play In the first week of Pop Warner football pracThe Cowboy teams, who practice each weekday evening Machine topped American Fitness of before the Bradford County Commission! with a request for more recreation
lice at Westslde Field. until school starts, will play In a Jamboree In Orange Park Jacksonville 12-6 with Richard Mum- money has been set back from August 19 to September 9 Crosby said last week.
The trio is center Dale Brown, quarterback Greg Wlg- Saturday September 12; and then open the season at maw and Ray Fleetwood deliveringthe Crosby will be out of town on the 19th so the written proposal, which would
gins and running back Jeff Carroll with Wiggins faking the Keystone Heights the following Saturday, Sept: 19. only Machine fourbaggers.For have the County split funding of the Starke Kecrealion Department's administration
the weekend Mummaw led almost equally with the city has been put temporarily on hold.

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Opens SoonRegistration Excercise classes for women will .

: for Youth Flag Foot begin again Tuesday Sept. 8, at 9:30:
ball begins August 31 and ends Sept. a.m. in the Old Armory. : New !
15 for boys and girls in 7-10 and 11-13 Classes will be held every Tuesdayand
age groups interested in playing in Thursday mornings from 9:30 to
: Starke Rec. 10:15 a.m. for regular classes and
Department leagues. .
date is from 10:15: to 11 a.m. for aerobic
Age determining September
times 8:30 dance. There-is no charge students
21, 1981. Registration are
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Old Armoryand should.dress accordingly. ,
3-5 p.m. at Pratt St. Rec. Center. Big'BIscuit
The only signup charge is for the Raiford Plans cQonald
game T-shirts which each child Winter Softball '
keeps. More information will be
available at registration. Plans are being laid by Wilbur and
Rita Rogers for a oneniteaweekwinter
Men's FlagMeeting men's Softball league in I
Raiford to run four months October Breakfast.
through January.
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Rita said the'league "will: .be",very .
'L ,.. Men's An organizational Flag-FootballwiU-be" 'meeting held.at for'lo,,_.,trophies flexible"and with'-admisaion open -rosters payint only no n ++,i:..,.,:.. ,:,".,,,, ".. "i '". d ?,y. ,'C''i- .. .+ w....'+ +.+'. '-...... ." 'nwao'-- ,- -,, r f.. x%, ::,.,:: .. W' Y'.'1 6

p.m.'Thursday night, Sept. 10, in the. for the light bill. Hopes are for 6 to 8 Take yoiItpick McDonald's new Biscuit Breakfast
Old Armory. teams and Rita said full teams can
If you plan to have a team in the sign up but individual players can is a big golden buttermilk biscuit with a thick slice
league a team manager or represen also enter and possibly be placed on a ,
tative MUST attend. League fees ballclub. of southern-style ham or pork
lea,scheduling etc. will be discuss Call the Rogers at 431-1599 or Poor pure sausage patty

Boys store 431-9603 if interested. tucked inside. Come into McDonald's and sink your (

teeth into a Biscuit Breakfast. It's more

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He's playing it "one year at a time." but Starke's only representative to the
NFL so far-Larry Brown plans to play at least one more season with the Pittsburgh : I I
Steelers (note we said to Jar. Hopefully! Donate Sewell will stick with the "I s y w
Miami Dolphlna to make pro gridder number two).
Stopping briefly for a phone chat this summer during one of his always-
rushed visits to his hometown Brown said "I know I'm going[ to play one more
year or at least I hope to, you just never know. But I'm Just playing it one yeara t : '
time after that." The tight end turned interior lineman is now outranked in :
Steeler seniority only by Joe Green Sam Davis, Terry Bradshaw L.C. Greenwood -
and John Kolb, and the Steelers have more veterans than most pro club
"I've never really thought about it that way," Brown said with a laugh as he 4 4 '
realized only five active players were Steelers before he came from the University r 5 'I is isrw isz
of Kansas.A :
member of the 1965 BUS state title football team Brown says his only

regret about coming home| that he can't see everybody;;; he'd like to... ..., VTrophies..Burgers.e ..-. ,-- -... .. -- ....

Bits and Pieces... ... and Smiles

There was plenty of all three as Starke's Dixie Youth Major All Star Team Hal Wood. Tom Watson Stacey Bowen Robbie McRae (88), Stacey Green,
...If you want to enter the Telegraph Flshfinder Contest (see advertisement in of the coaches. (head turned), Chuck Coburn Ron
was given a party at McDonalds last Friday night, compliments Robert Starling (rear), Jimmy Wilson
deadline. You
sports pages) please note that we've eliminated our entry can Pictured from right to left are: Brian Whitehead, Coach Edward Akridge, ,Brown and Scotty Anders. ,
enter anytime you get by SS Bait* Tackle with a completed entry form (in the
ad), even if it's when you bring your catch in for weighing...

Bradford High's nationally-respected trainer Bradey Greathouse went inter- Dixie Major All Star Team Parties at McDonald's :;/
& field between the
national again. He was selected to work the dual track meet
USA and Soviet Union national squads last July In Leningrad and somebodysaid '
he's now touring New Zealand and Australia with the US tracksters... Starke's Dixie Youth Major All Star what might have been. The All Star day..." Abridge said, explaining that youngster from pitching in'two con- ;::.:-.
team celebrated its fine showing at coach pointed out that 'even though because the tournament ended for secutive ballgames and call for 40. .. .
.. Thanks to pushing by Florida's high/ school coaches the state rules committee last month's District tournament- Starke was successful, thanks to an Starke with doubleheader Saturday hours rest after four innings of work. ::; "
voted to not implement in full a new national association rule which makesall they ended tied for second- and gob- offense that banged out 12 home runs morning top pitcher Stephen Jones "Of course we coaches were real :" ._
blocking below the waist illegal. In Florida the first hit on a defensive end bled up hamburgers at a team party 18 singles, and 5 doubles the boys couldn't pitch in the two crucial pleased with the boys, it was a total :;:::"..
can be downstairs. BUS Coach David Nurse applauds the move. He said other held at McDonald's Friday night, might have won the whole shooting ballgames against Gainesville West. team effort." Of the Starke fans who "'
wise small wideouts and running backs (of which he has many) would be at a August 14. match with a little bit better luck. The 12-year-old righthander had pit- helped the local league bring home
disadvantage.Also The occasion was a time for Head "If we could have just played that ched six Innings Friday night and the Sportsmanship' Award Akridge
over the Summer an effort to abolish Spring football practice was shot Coach Edward Akridge to remember second game on Sunday or Mon-' Dixie Youth rules prohibit a said "We had the Best support ". y
down in a vote by high school principals, again thanks to lobbying by the states _::": :

...Starke Stars Softball coach Jerry McGriff stopped in Tifton, Ga. coming
home from vacation in Alabama and brought back results from the 16-18 Na- Enter the
tional ASA boys Softball championships. Here's how it turned out: Mandalay .
Cleveland Ohio went from 14th in 1980 to national champ with Holiday Park, : .

Detroit second and the Rockville Rippers of Richmond, Va. third after finishing ;" : .,:::
fifth in 79 and 80. ,
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Weber Insurance of Sheboygan, the 15-and-under champs two years ago were '.
fourth and it figures they ought to be loaded with 18-year-olds and strong next QRADFORD C i", :" .::
season. B&G of Jasper, Indiana rounded out the top five. ;s\ ........
Some familiar names did well, and one finished noticeably low. Satellite ,.. ,.. :.....:
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our Stars winning the state title -
was sixth,-one spot ahead of the Ho Jo's of Tifton while Galloway Sporting <, :: .
Goods of South Carolina was ninth. The host Tifton Bandits were 12th and amazingly \:( -_...
the Miami Bandltos.'runnerups to the Stars in the Starke Clvitan youth -),.,. I : :;;
tourney and winners in a Jensen Beach invitational, were well off the pace in '"
the 23rd spot. McGriff said some of the Banditos best players were probablystill rtrgrap1 : :.-:'
involved in American Legion baseball playoffs.As .
for the Junior Boys nationals the Tifton Mavericks came out of the loser's :.;.':':-' "

bracket to win a very balanced 16-team tourney held in Binghamton, New York. .. -..,..'...
It was the Tifton's team second straight 15-and-under title. No word on how .
Florida state champ Martin Downs of Jensen Beach fared except that they ..".....
were not in the top five... .

...Local softball standout Chub Johnson just missed being named MVP of the .Ftsh1inder
Florida Junior College men's tennis team as a frosh last year. .ont.est' ; ;,; ,
The leader of Bradford High's 1980 squad, probably the best in local history'! ", ; : I h.t
totaled'9 in the FJC which two for win and '''
points system, gives points a singles : ::;...
one point for a doubles victory. That left him just one point off the squad points .'.';"
lead, on which the MVP honor was based. Chub was 13-10 in singles, playing .N-: .':
mostly number four, and 13-8 at number two and three doubles.He .....;.
said a new coach is bringing in foreign talent next year so FJC should be PRIZE LIST: 't:
.. know there's got'to be a bunch of fine .;
stronger. ..; ..
fishfinders out there... we want to know where! BIG BASS DIVISION ;
...It's been billed as a nationwide home run hitting contest, complete with 1st Place- .::.. :
ESPN TV coverage of the finals but in Florida at least the Natural Light Beer $25 cash
home run derby has been a flop. The reason: the sponsoring company, which We want you to join in on the great outdoor the 2800 Fluger Reel (from S&S)
has gotten big publicity in ASA's magazine, didn't promote the program 1st TELEGRAPH FISHFINDER CO eve
anywhere but nationwide and didn't cater to people on the local level. It 32 quart Coleman ice chest (from CRIFFIS & SONS) S:::..

The state derby contest was held the weekend before last in Cocoa (a well a chance at winning cash awardsJIMMY .........p'. dd life preserver boat cushion (from JIMMY MOORE'S) : \.,
kept secret) and 11, that's right one-one, participants showed up. Steve MOORE'S SUN SPO1 ; :
\nimal" Ammons, a former Green Machine member now playing for Jerry's FIBRE GLASS WORKS ano:1.: .
utering of Miami won the tourney with 17 homers in 25 swings and Eddie Sir from here ..
in Starke. '
mones was second. Both hail from Titusville, just up the road from the derby o $15 cash .;:.:-.:

'.ite. According to Alabama Cocoa Rec. Director, both qualify for the 6-paclc outboard motor oil lIMY MOORE'S) .... .
Southeast Regional in and will go "if they don't have a tournamentthat All you have do to enter ;: "':;
weekend." Watenpbrt safety j jaclie S & SONS) '
That's about the way the derby has been run so far. In a nutshell haphazardly. vided here and grab you / ;.,.:. ;

Spradley said he didn't even want to deal with the program "because I know charge! If you can ; P HIIV.ISION ...:....:
how these things are. They tell you when you have to hold your local contest and contest. ..5"5- 5 ', .............
you just can't do that. We didn't hear about it until a week ago. If I had put it on 5 b ....:."......
in conjunction with our Firecracker Invitational we would have had 150 en- There's a category w cash ". ,
trants." the fishfinder who br I tggest 1
Metro derby contests also were to be put on in Miami Tampa, Orlando, etc. reserve ion MOORE'S) ..A
with qualifiers also moving from there to Regionals. Natural Light says the month-long contest; and '. ish div' l e well a SONS) ":..:::::
nal and will it June in Oklahoma with ESPN for the heavist f .
IS men women slug out on 20 City prize going n q : '

ameras hand... less fish on it. r Y 'Z e, 5,":6'J:

Winners in a couple of softball biggies this past weekend are names .: y ;Sj3 cash v -.1'::,1
familiar to local teamsthe Palatka A's topped Gainesville Tire for the state The only! deadline for entry is I : 'Watersport t (GRIFFIS & SONS) : :
men's.class "B" title while Sherrod Vans of Jacksonville bested defending national on Saturday. Sept. 10. Just"completed re' MOORE'S-!
A" runnerup Ride Motors of Miami (Collins Irrigation last year) for top MY ) : :
honors at the class "A" Regionals played in Jacksonville last weekend... entry form by Sic TA on

Temple Avenue (just nod dfotd.1 cIt ants eligible) !,.;

before you bring in a big c .......
.A look at the round-by-round pro draft puts Atlanta's calling for Bradford'sKenny ; ,
Clark in perspective: Only three high school players from Florida went be weighed (S s9-ism l t eEs, Y MOORE'S) ':.: '.t

before Kenny was chosen in the seventh round... just THREE seniors picked Remember *' .. :. '.'
ahead of him in this strong baseball state's high school ranks. None were shortstops before M l :.....:.
so at least according to the pro's Kenny was Florida's all star senior ...... .f'
j-hurtstop... chance to w a c4 mo .:....::....t

oil in a dra < ." g pda no trap*,trout line .

.BUS Head Coach Athletic Director David Huns is in the market to fill two Id. 7.rw
coaching positions one that has been open and one vacated by Jimmy And those .. :r-.,"...:.
mas, who is going back into the Union County school system after a year asS I e f must b* adhcrad to. .I ..
< assistant football and girls basketball coach.. catch fishy a sane t welsh nation- sacs BAIT ,,.:...RI

entering) .All ,, s } I ;,1 1aeto:
$20 cash prize Vntan boy., gurk, _.' '32 w.w
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In Night Cornea t ; .

Rascals Win Again, Grackems Win in Sudden-Death OvertimeCoaches t; :, \1 "

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The league champion Rascal Dampier, and 'Jason Brian came II! n I0'!' ill.y> t tl'. '1 11' ,

outlasted the runnerup Zonker 23-20 across times. Forget::: ostly Delays -

while the Crackers outslugged? the Crackers M Peeps 39 .
Peep In a wild Sft-35 coring show A paradise for those who love high -

that ended only after a sudden death scoring It took sudden-death to settle American Has It

L overtime as the Tee-Ball Baseball this flame with each team sending up 1" t.

League closed out with special night five batten.

games last Wednesday. The Crackers tallied four runs in "In

; Rascals 23 Zonked 20 the overtime while holding the Peeps Stock"n. .,
to three
Down 20-15 entering the bottom of runs.Jonathon ,

the third and last-inning the Rascals Ferguson Nolan Gray, : .
showed why they won the league and Jason Welty showed the winnersthe ; ;( I :

championship, rallying for eight runs way with S runs apiece and got -- (I D.r.jI
to win the game. plenty of scoring help from Lea ... \ !I
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Stephen L., Jason Stephen M., Roberts and Matt Waters, who both J ,

Sarah, Michael, and Dave all scored: 3 tallied 4 runs.Jamie --- .. ., Ii

d 1 ,times in 3 at bats to spark the winner Redding led the Peeps with 5 ,11
k 4f9 ,F f scores while Jeremy Hildebran John t /11)i
Now, American's. Mintco Div mon, Lake City Branch hM oddod in. :
For the Zonkers Josh McClellan, Rlplinger, heather. Jackson and Jeff duitrial. and agricultural bear Ings, at well a* power transmission' r
I r\ Cathy Jackson, Marcus McRae. Eric .Chitty had 4. Items, to our regular line of mine, mill contracting ..ppll... Callus
u_ _. __ collect tot full detail We mike regular weekly and weekly' ,
deliverlaa across North Florida

e Dr. Louhette Eaton B.S., D.C. Thousands of Sites .

l'I";: ,..'.' ; .. t! Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C. Hundreds of Types

..,,'hl. ,"" ''' Professional aaatstance in application and use of equip' I
.' rams and supplies.
:.' p Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
I Maw upended line of marc.handle

Convenient. .....Ic.lrom the Lake City Branch
I' At SR-21 North

Keystone Shops Suite 5 ArnerianINDUSTRIAL :

Play Key Role In Tee-Ball... Phone '4733604Hours RESOURCES INC.

The coaches In Tee-Ball have to wear more than one hat.They're base coach,
umpire, explainer cheerleader, and first alder all rolled into one. 9 a.m. J p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m. D/B/A MINECO

Here James Rowell at first and Ken Chitty at third provide their service to the

Peeps-Crackers game, one of two night games that ended up the Tee. -BaU Mon., Tues.. Wed. & Fri. LAKE CITY BRANCH

season last week. Industrial Park Old! Culumbla City Road

Players are, from left to right. Brian Dobbins Jason Welty. Melanie Trimble 9 a.m.-J p.m. Thursdays P. O. Box l 11(>07

Matt Waters and Jeff Chitty.Note Waters' unique way of keeping a runner from Lake City. Honda 32055
advancing: he's got the younger Chitty by the shirt. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Tclephune (<)04)752-73 1 2

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NOTICI Of'NAMES CALL FORBIDS the right to worn the person September V 11. 1981. ; against you In the 13 (formerly). now 20O. deed to be lames In which It was
01''PERSONS once and after this otherwise a )lodgement obovettyled action and thence run Northerly thereon.. The assessed are as follows:

APPfARINOTOSIOWMUIOF..' S.ol.d bids will be first warning, the contract may be entered against you are requested toterve along State Rood right- numbers and ,. Certificate No. I2S
ABANDONED PROPIITVPuruon received by the City Is considered you for the relief a copy of your of-way 650 feet thencerun suonce, the .. Year of Issuance 1979

la faction 13 CIoot>.., Commission of the City broken if the error It not demanded In the com written def.n.... If any West 354.3 feet of the property Description of Properly
717 Plaids. .......... OMItlod of Starke. at the City HallIn corrected In a plaint or petition. to it on D. WYATT thence run South 80 feet names In which ly:
Florida DUpotfMan of UncMniadProporty the City Clerk't. OfficeIn reasonable length of Witness my hand and JOHNSON Attorney forWifePetition. thence run East 354.3 assessed ore at : 6 of Blk I EM N ISO P/allt K
Act', natlca Is. tMrabywnclalmad lima. In such cote, the .?, whose Rood right- Certificate No. ft S 226' in E.W. Hayes
Stork. Florida until teal of told Court on feet to State
.... .... C
.gIw...ow? _nwl to lie pweom rho ewnesci II. 12:00 noon on Tuesday, contract will be remade August II. 1981. address Is Pod Office of-way thence along Year of '.. SID Ex R/W Sec 32, Twp IB,
personal of Intonafblaoroporty August 23, 1981. with the next bidder In Gilbert S. Brown Box 696 Melrose, right-of-way North 80 Description of 6 S, Rge-22. R
_med abandon .. Clerk At Clerk of laid Florida. 32666. on or feet being a strip 60 feet ty: Nome in which assessed
THIS DOES NOT INVOiVI MAIISTATf 1622 Squar. Yards of 6. The Qiyof Hampton' :our,. Byl Marian before the 31st day of wide off North tide of SW/4 of NE%. Cassandra Wallace.All .

Street Paving Euclid reserves the right to re- McRoe. As Deputy Clerk. August 1981 and file said 'above-described SW Cor Ex of told property 964-5231
Apparent Own.rAdam.. |led all bids. the original with the Parcel) In SW/4 of being' In the County of
William D.,Gen Del\.,Stark. Street. any or 8/13 4tchg 9/3 property: situate in Sec-
FL Account Number 7. Mutt have a Clerk of this Court either tion ,,7. Township 7, NE'/ at Dote In Bradford. State of BRUSH t BUCKET 2

Os/l-IIne00ol: 4 Inches of compact covered truck. 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF before service on ,..tI..Ion.r' South Range 22 East 108 Pg 218 Florida. bedroom Ir.", home,
Sktll. Veils Elsie, llmerock; Bids may be turned Into THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Attorney or Immediately save and excepting 108218. Sec 32 Unlett such certificate walk to everything,

S4PISDCONInformation IVi Inches of number 2 the City Clerk no later CIRCUIT IN AND FOR thereafter: therefrom 301 rood R22.Nam or certificates shall be 10500.

concerning the Asphalt; than Septembers, 1981. BRADFORD COUNTY otherwise a Default will 'Igh'ofha.. been In which redeemed according to NEW LISTING-Be the let
amount or description or the 16 foot width of. streets, at 7:30 p.m. These bids FLORIDA. be entered against you filed against you and you ed James A law the property described to see this 3 bedroom IV.
property .nd the names and In accordance with State must not have Ih. name CIVIL ACTION for the relief demandedin are required to serve a nit. in such certificate' or bath home Huge lot,
address of the holder may beoblain.d Rood Department Stan- of the bidder on them. Cote No. -.... the petition. copy of your written All of said certificates will be told screened porch workshop

possessing; an by Interest any person in the dard Specifications. Th. Clerk will assign a In Re: The Adoption of WITNESS my hand and defenses. If any to It on being In the to the highest bidder at for dad.. 28000.
property By addressing an in Th. obov. will hove to number to the plain MARTELLA EUGENE the teal 1 of this Court on RICHARD E. WELTY Bradford, the court house door on .4 BEDROOMS Thlt family

State to GERALD A. LEWIS be at p.r specificationsand envelope they will be MOORE July 30, 1981. 4 .Plaintiff's attorney Florida. the 6th day of October home It In the country. Ithas
Comptroller, Abandoned said city reserves sealed In and the bids. Gilbert S. Brown,,*(!At .w"-.d.h..J.: 954 Unless such 1981
Property Section ATTN: ... .will ben opened -at..th.osext4.Clty 'WO1'lCt'bFsuet CTerk"el.the: *. By .. or certificate \! Dated, thus .6th dgy of central heat S. air, 2
; : 'Avenue.P.O.
;\ j Temple
the ,
'140t right to Gec.prOf'r. lour ,
Harry B.' Carson. Slat r) .. .. .r .. .' Ioat"... ,1 acre ol fend.. "
.. 981GILBERT.
Councilntee .. > ..-" redeemed i > ugu.t. "
.t i-NO BeulohM ". ;
Capitol'Tallahassee,'Florida L fecf Br yJ>or all bldt.. jCity 1 J PROPERTY--:"-- Sox 993 '- I 129.500.
Cal(M4) 4117-ap.2ll SUE 0tIJD '_ of Stark*. Florida.By :. .i V1..r-.;: Deputy Clerk. Florida 32091 on or low the property '5. BROWN I
mention the account number Elite G. Pass, Deputy Lori Brooks TO: AMY HILL. address 1/30 4tchg 8/20. before the 8th day of ed In such CLERK by Beulah M. I
BEFORE the name at Clerk City Clerk unknown. and September. 1981 and certificate will Moody. bedroom 2 bath home. All
in this notice 8/20 9/10 .' Clerk of Circuit Courtof I appliances Included.. Corner
published 8/20 4tchg MARTELLA PICKETT. od- file the original with the to the highest ,
Unless. proof ol ownership Is Itchg. dress unknown: In Ih. Circuit >Court clerk of this Court either the court house Bradford' County, lot. fenced rear yard.
presented to the holder by October Judicial Circuit of
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION Eightli before service on Plain the 22nd day Florida. 8 13 4tcha 9 3. $34.500.
2*. ISIS!. the propertywill Florida In and For Bradford .
be delivered for Custody At a result of the 1980 FOR TAX DEED YOU ARE HEREBY tiff's attorney or immediately September 1981. NEWLYWEDS'
lo the Comptroller of Florida Federal Census the Civilian NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action County Civil Action thereafter; Dated This 3rd DREAM Three bedroom .

Thereafter. all further claims of Alcoholic GIVEN, that H.V.SAXON for Adoption of Martella Casu No.81-339 otherwise a default will August 1981.GILBERT ;n'RORWD 2 full baths, CH I Air,
must.be of directed Florida.to the Comptroller Beverages and Tobacco. the' holder of the following Eugene Hill has been. fil 'In re: The Marriage of be entered against you S. fireplace. Brick construction.

GERALD A.LEWISCOMPTROLLER Department of ButlnestRegulation certificates has filed ed. and you are requiredto MARK D. MATTOX her for the relief demanded CLERK by U3 REfUTf $31,500.'QUALITY .

State of said certificates for a lax serve a- copy of your bono andKATHERINE In the Complaint.WITNESS Moody. u ,' BUILT-Family
OF FLORIDA. Florida will be accepting deed to be Issued written defenses If any MATTOX my hand and Clerk of Circuit 'Phone 984-770O room prlvete office, 3 BR.
1/20 2tdIC 1117. applications ,.for the Issuance thereon.. The certificate to It, on the. Plaintiff attorney wile the teal 1 of this Court on of Bradford 393 N. Temple Avenue 2 both central heat a air,
of on. ((1)) quota numbers and years of Issuance whose name and NOTICE OF SUIT August 4. 1981. Florida. 8/13 4tchg "2.500.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF liquor license in Bradford the descriptionof address It GEORGE H. NO PROPERTY Gilbert S. Brown as NOTICE OF *Business Property with
FLORIDA. EIGHTH the and the fa.: KATHERINE MAT- Clerk of the Court. By: END YOUR SEARCH with
County beginning property PIERCE P. .O, Drawer TION FOR TAX :living area, with 200 on
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Adgust 20 1981 and continuing names in which It was 1030. Storke.. Florida lOX, 1556 Porker Drive, Beulah Moody. Deputy NOTICE IS 301. this home In the country. It

AND FOR BRADFORD through assessed are at follows: 32091. and file the Mayfield Heights, Ohio Clerk GIVEN, that W.J. .2 acres with 4 .bedroom. hat 3 BR. 2 bathe beautiful
COUNTY. November 17, 1901. Certificate No. 101. original with the clerk of YOU ARE HEREBY 8/06 4tchg 8/27 JR the holder haute In country. kitchen for Mom
All Interested persons Year of Issuance 1979 .the above Styled court on NOTIFIED that on action certif astumable mortgage at
NOTICE OF APPLICATION following *3 acres, wooded land,
for dissolution
as Trustee, should make Inquiry Description of Proper- or before ,August 24, hot been marriage filed FOR TAX DEED filed said 100+ feet en St. Rd. 100. "'/.% for Dad. $45.000.
and/or file their application ty: 1981; otherwise, a lodge NOTICE IS HEREBY a tax deed la be 10 acres with 3 bedroom BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS
Plaintiff by contacting Capt. Cam 200 Ft W of NE ment may be ..nt.redagaln.t against you KATHERINE GIVEN that H.V. SAXONthe thereon. The blk. home. building lots, 5 ocr.parc.i. .
vt District Office Car of W% of NW'/ of for the relief MATTOX and you are required con.
Coplono you numbers and .. call far Information
holder of the following years
CAROL LEE FLOOD and to serve a of 10+ good area,
copy ecres.
of SE/ of NE'/4 and Run S
Division demanded In the complaint the .
certificates hot filed nuance
LINDA W. LYONS. Alcoholic Beverages and 245'W 109' N 243', E 109'' or petition. your written defenses, if of the owner financing.
laid certificates for
a tax property
Defendantt. Tobacco Richard P. to FOB Ex R/W Sec 28, Witness my hand and any to it, on the .7"r *S'/4 acres highwayfrontage
NOTICE OF Daniel Building 111 E. Twp 6 5,1.22.Nom. teal 1 of sold Court on July plaintiff's attorney, call for details. Terry A. Gaines-712-3*"
SALE Coast Line Drive. Suite .in which assessed 20. 1981. whale name and oddres Real' # Kay C. Weten-f 44-4941
Iryan Evenings! Pleete Cell Eileen
NOTICE IS HEREBY SUJac".anvill.., Beatrice Preston.All Gilbert S. Irawn.Clor" is DUDLEY P. HARDY Sta"I.-473.3065
GIVEN that/pursuant to of said Pierce Hardy. P.A. P.O. Vernle Odom. Broker Potsy Lewtan-944-4927
Florida. AAnnouncements property At Clerk of told '
the Final Judgm.nt will being in the County of Drawer 1030. Star..... GRI. Phone 964-S474. Corner U.S.301 South
entered In thin caute. In be mode setting a public Bradford. State of Court.McRae. Ac By Deputy Marian Clerk. Florida 32091 and file the 21 1 s. TEMPLE AVE. J.R. Kelly, Asteclate .1 and Edwerdt Road

the Circuit Court of the hearing In Storke, Florida. ''130khg 8/20 original with the clerk of I US 301
Eighth Judicial Circuit I Florida for all applications Unless such certificate ( the above styled court on

will tell the property received during or certificates shall ber.dmad MOTICEOf.NTENTION or before September 6, (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S ERA
tituate In Iradford Coun according to 1981: otherwise a judge I
this filing period. .
bo entered NEW LOCATION -
ty. Florida described as: Charles A. Nuium. law the property described TO REGISTER mint may FRULKNERRERLTY
Director Division of in such certificate or FICTITIOUS against you for the relief 9&4-87M. ANYTIME
A parcel I of land Alcoholic Beverages and certificates will be sold. NAME demanded In the complaint .
situate In the SE'/i. ol Tobacco. Deportment of to the highest bidder at or petition. MONDA.FRIDAY.sp.m. SATURDAY .

NW'/. of Section 2O. Business Regulation the' court house door on Pursuant Section WITNESS my hand and Evenings and Sunday by appointment

22 Township East Bradford 7 South Range County 32301.Tallahassee. Florida September the 22nd 1981.day of tf&J.09.' Florida to Stotutet. July the teal 30.1 1981Gilbert of told Court' on Ralph' P. Aryan, REALTOR 9S4-S06S m

Florida. Sold parcel of Itch 8/20. Doled this 3rd day of notice It hereby given S. Brown, As HOMES Country privacy with city convenience
that the .
land being more undersigned.CARL Clerk of sold Court. By ...... central 'I 1
particularly August 1981.GILBERT TOROOE. 213 S. .double wWe mobile he.... 3 U. 2 .
described at City of Hampton S. BROWN Starke. Marian McRae, as Deputy with elec. built. appliances, specious I 1/3 acres
Cherry Street
(allows: Hampton. Florida CLERK by Beulah M. solo doing Clerk p1.My.1 shade treat-owner flfMnced-prlce $ '. 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
Florida ,
owner -
Is 8/06 4tchg 8/27
The City of Hampton Moody. Office Space For Rent
butlnett under the
login at the NE corner of now accepting bids for Clerk of Circuit Courtof firm of LAWTEY 3 BR, 2 both I block wmS carport end. screened"
the SE'/4 of NW% of Section their Sanitation Contract Bradford County, name) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CH/A. lerfe eat-... kHcKen with plenty ceblnets. OFFICE HOURS
SHELL ". O. Box
7 from Oct. SERVICE I Monde Friday 96 Saturday 9.3
20 Township which will run Florida. S713 4tchg 9/3. EIGHTH JUDICIAL Ladies. owner "n'-.I3I.ooo. 4
37 'US 301. _
South Range 22 East: 1.1981S.pt..30.1982. CUlT Of FLORIDA. IN

thence run S OrMo'SS" E The following stipulations IN THE CIRCUIT: COURT Florida Intends fictitiousname to AND FOR BRADFORD 3 Bl:I bet*)block.... with"repf_..comer let. ; ; :

along' the East line of were attached to OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN regltlerMid under the COUNTY FLORIDA.CIVIL ., .......... ta7.....
OF .
said SE'of NW% a the contract by .the ACTION

distance of 834.02 feet to Sanitation Committee: AND FOR BRADFORD ttatute.Dated. of aforesaid Case No. 81-343 t M frame, center let, screened. front porch. $ v .
the North tide of a Graded 1. Garbage must be COUNTY
Rood; thence run S picked up once per weekon CIVIL ACTION this 30th day of YVONNE JESSIE BUSINESS Two liKOme producing I ...
6SSS'22":) W sold set by the ,Case No. ...351 < July. A.O. 1781 In Bradford THOMAS and smell.. bu.I... e.p'I .
along the day up of the Florida. 7/30 ...w......... Meal for Investment .r ....
North tld4 of sold Grad.d Sanitation Committeeand 'In Re: The Matter 4tpd RALPH THOMAS Plaintiffs Ow.., will sell separate and. flneisce. $49.000 for ., 4 .
of TABITHA 8/20
CouAty Road a the person whole .r' Adoption s'ra? ....-.
distance 04 1129.73 feet: bid Is accepted. In case ;.{"LYNN REHM IN THi CIRCUIT va' Formerly Homes Restaurant, US Ml South .. L.wt.", -..-.

thence run N Of26'ir W of rain, the garbage can COURT. EIGHTH MELVIN' LYELL nod proa. 350 .... N. Includlsiaj opt. with IR. 2 BR. and.
a distance of 1211.22 be picked upon the next NOTICE OF SUIT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' OF LORETTA lYELL. hit wife CH/A.I.... rooms. *4t ft. en UO 301. Plenty of ,. ,
feet North line of '. .j MO PROPERTY IN AND FOR GEORGE W. MOVE and :
to the working. day FLORIDA. S.,'.. .I ..eoo. 1 flti4 ........
said 'SE'/4 of NW'/i 2. Only garbage In BRADFORD, COUNTY, ELSIE T. MOPE Defendants I -.....
thence run N ea*25'40'E plastic gorboge bogs will .d TO: VERNON ,MOBLEYi; FLORIDA Four Ivretl...... reetel...... (could bo home end.) 3 .. ) ........
along sold North line of be picked up. These bags address unknown: ,,. Cote No. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Prospective' rental .Income ........ $ M men. $ I .-..-.-...
aid ,.SE>. of NW'/4 a mutt' C let, In the In Re: The Morrlaae. of : MELVIN LULL and I -: =-
distance of 1066.21eel ,driveway) oV tome otheravehlant YOU' ARE HEREBY SU2ETTE FRANCESCA IORSTTA IVEll. Address lAMOt 4 acres fat dry. $....fIOG.a ) :
to the '.0.'. containing 'place near NOTIFIE6. that an. ELWOOO Pelltion.rWHe Unknown GEORGE W. acre hnt out of city same It_..... $7.000.
t for of TaMtha.Lynn THIS GRACIOUS HOME wWd LAje shady let Ie'pad.ct fe ..
25.00 acres, more or Adoption MOn and ELSIE T.MOYI Moor leura Church. '.sa acres 3000.
... klhAMndMlsy.bhe. > old, SI Rerun has been ftlted and Address LArVTIV ARIAS ..,ro.. 2'.1re.. *. ".fIOG. a big family or anyee wh4eMlw .lets of tpaco. M 'It's INVESTMENT ::
0 5A tIns wilt against you. and you that *teoWlftk1. ...l*> else' aJUtvs! -..
publicUal. I)IQy es,I'_etc.) ,va KENNETH SCOTT Unknown ecres. ".100. yaVV g ) professltmel
At to" the. a 'p'ic'\ fP by the bidn5 -'"'"' are required to serve. a ELWOOO.ReipondentHutbend. YOU ARE HERE, US 301 to RR, ......... .3 acres to 20 acres $3.000 per offices a*'tfut)6t 4' aaSffrTitnTi.Plenty of reem' to.* Ii p I:-=
highest. and best bidder, .-M ur discretion of ,, copy of your written'defenses NOTIFIED that an octl 111++...... M .((1 fBtSlOCATION.j]j |;; II"" :, :

for cash at the main entrooee tne-fcufdl/ .and the Chop'' 1 'the Plaintiff's. if OIly to It, enrlr NOTICE to foreclose a mortgage. Wt HAVE OTHER LISTING*-CAU US FOR ALl YOUR jI'H' : (!S f <
of tha Bradford un s allth."S-ltatiot\' ". whose name attorney and ed- OF ACTIONTO on the following property OTATI NEEDS. 'f .,I ..-. \ .::::
County Courthoute. Committee once a week, : KENNETH SCOTT In Bradford '-"'". Services
Property Menogomeiit
Star...., Florida, at 1:00: 4. Only troth piled by dress Is DUDLEY P. HARDY ELWOOD. Current Florida: AFTER HOURSLMimCPeorsoM v;:::-

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CLERK by: E.ulshMoody. to the satisfactionof the original with the NOTKHEO that on actlanfor' selrvft East //24 .. ONlafa-s.r ....1211 Lucille Spry-BROKIR SAIISMAN944B420AHsea ::;::

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SchoolCOstofIivWglndexDue I Hampton Squeezes Budget 'for Radar;'

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The Hampton city council added fund. All present agreed with Mrs. the maintenance position. By doing
$722 for a police radar unit paymentat Allen that taking'money from these this the low bidder would be entering
Airing Monday Night a workshop Tuesday night,Aug. 18, three areas' would be a very good into a private contractor status
In a special meeting to discuss the idea. releasing the city from any obligation;
... : proposed 64.260 budget for 198182. to buy workman's compo insurance.
A public hearing is set August 24/at The state's basic FTE (fulltime The council cut various items It was also mentioned Tuesday Mrs. Hall said. The members atypn-
/ 30 p m, to discuss the cost-of-hving equivalency student) unit for school without changing the total of the night that 2602.50 had been paid this ding the meeting decided to advaiWoXrwliprernd < se
index applied to Florida school fun- funding in 81-82 is valued at$1,238.39.But budget, made up of a$48,260,General year for city 'insurance which only ,I ...- idsCrsons ante ed
ding, according to Bradford School some counties get more than that, Fund and a$16,0001ygter\ Department covered liability and not workman's II! ; ed to supply their n
Board member Patricia Spengler. some (including Bradford) less budget. compensation. Jane Hall pointed out I transportation f nd
Concerned about currenf state because of what is called the cost-of- Although the final budget will be that the city only had to carry from the work sight Respond ity
school law which allows some counties living index. y. brought before the city council next; workman's compo I if it employs threeor for this position will be mowing tdht-
(school districts) to draw more The State Department of Education month, the purpose of the workshopwas more people. The city only ,of-ways to all city streets cleaning ci-
money per student than others, Mrs. or somebody who does a studyfor 4 }1 to determine where money was employs two people Water Dept 'ty'.'i ches and mowing the city pSrk.
Spengler got up the meeting to pre DOE,figures it costs less to live in going and to compare last year's Operator W.K. Brown and Marshal It was agreed to set the nex &sty
sent Bradford's side of the argumentand Bradford County that in some other budget to the upcoming= fiscal year. Phillips with the position of city council meeting, to be held Wednesday ; '!
to get local persons to hear how counties.. The cost-of-hving index is Scout Pam Pratt Attending the meeting were Ted maintenance man still open. September 9. at 7:30( p.m.;:for apublic '
the stale justifies giving some counties \ made up from the cost of certain Curtis Sr., Lola Williamson. Jane In order to save this added expensethe hearing and for final appeyal
more than others. items, such as groceries, rent, etc. on Attending Wyoming Campout Hall, Lori Brooks Mary Lee Allen city council would accept bids on of the proposed budget. :
which each county is surveyed and and Ulysses Woods. All were :
rated. Pam Pratt SelectedFor members of the city council except
New Members Bradford County therefore, Wyoming Trip Ulysses Woods who Is running for a< Rec Equipment Trash Topics at Hampt;
receives only 92.S percent of the basic council position on September 8. I
state FTE unit,or 118472.The state By Girl ScoutsMiss After discussing the, general A $2,600 grant for recreation equip- present! disposal! system.I An q'ee."
Put Bd. in other words, pays less to educate a Pam Pratt of Starke is atten- finances it was pointed out by Clerk ment, trash pick-up and collections\ ment will be reached for next yr's
Zoning student in Bradford County than in ding "Ho, West We Go' Aug. 8-22 Brooks that the Police Department of delinquent water accounts:, were trash pick up alter all bids are iAi''
some other counties mostly the large budget had not reserved discussed the '
near Ten Sleep Wyoming as any money by Hampton City coun-
south-Florida counties or where family representative of the Gateway Girl for the$722 payment on the police car. cil Tuesday night Aug. II. One la l said the,city Wl'lIi wo
Back in ActionThe income is higher, counties such as Scout Council. radar.. Mary Lee Allen soon pointedout weeks wi'huut picking up her 'Ir,
Dade, Hillsborough Palm Beach, or This national event for 40 girls ages that $100 could be taken from the. Council members decided bids will bage.'MOl or Hank Loll) said he i So'l!
Brevard. 13-18 is being held at the Girl Scout uniform budget, $500 from the profes- be taken for the new fiscal year for the garbage pickup man is still doinga
Bradford County Zoning Board South Florida legislators have so National Center West, a 15,000-acre sional services fees with the balance trash pick-up. For the most part pretty good: job. and pointed out;;;!ho
will be back in business Tuesday, far this had cost-of-living the political index numbers law in to effect.keep site bordered by the Big Horn Na- $122 coming out of the contingency everyone attending was happy with garbage t truck had been broken<|:iAi-J n.
\ug. 25 after a one-month lapsecaus- tional Forest near Ten Sleep. !.
Now the Legislature has gone even
d by the resignation of five members further,end commissioned a study by Now a member of Senior Troop No. :.:.i.:;.
m July, leaving the board without the :a California university about the 669 in Starke led by Mrs. Laurie :,:1
quorum necessaryfor action. relative cost of education in Florida. Mullins Pam has been active in
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said Invited to the August-24 hearing scouting since her Brownie Scout Grand OpeningBack
vestvrday that two of the five vacan- here are Dave Liken staff analyst for days. She is the daughter of Mr. and ,l, i
les had been filled by County Com- the House Appropriations Committee Mrs. Arthur Pratt of Pinebreeze Subdivision -.-.
mission appointments, giving the who will speak on district cost differentials east of Starke. i
member board a quorum of four which is what the cost of to School Special tli
:Members necessary to hold a living index is all about.
meetingThe Also invited is Dr. Don McGruder,
two new members are Morris director of the Florida School Board I ,
Marling Graham farmer and heavy Association.All I
"equipment) operator and John G. three local state elected officials Shear Perfection
King, of Heilbronn Springs a correctional have been invited to attendincludingRep.
officer at Florida State Prison. The spoon as we knowit
Frank Williams D-Crystal .
Nancy Odom of Slarke and Wiley Lake Sen. Kirkpatrick, today with Its spatu- Salon
; George late handle, dates from Beauty f!
l.jngforcl of Graham two members D-Gainesville and Sen. Sherrill '
only the 18th
u ho did not resign in July make up (Pete) Skinner D-Lake City. century.
(the four'member
Main item on the quorum.agenda for next -=- -= ......... 473-7323 ;
Tuesday is a public hearing on the ; -,
petition of Al Young for a change in j ::,
Lining to perm it construction of a professional Summer Specials Unisex \ -" ::
office building at the intersection : of Morgan Road and U.S. 301. I., :.::
A new chairman of the board will Front End $088 \ Ii I,\, lS"'ing \., :';.:-..
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Fred Sackett Joins : .\: Sara
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with A J. Thomas and later & 964-7231
had his own business. He most recenti ., pm. Lawrence Blvd. 9-5:30: Tues. thru Sat.
I was in Deland. He cordially invites 16ii
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I Arabian. Horses Moving td1Worth3iirigton Springs S l'11'.,.:,;(. Ia

by Julia Howard "After you get into the study of plans to use his three year old Ferzon1grandson advertise in national magazines and i'
BCT Staff Writer bloodlines, you know what type of Gal Morocco, as ,a hear buyers will travel to where the horsesare L h 1 This fall, Worthington Springs will horse you want to produce what kind sire. j', located. Arabian horses attractan fay iw+ .
have eight very elegant and very of features are aesthetically valuableto Most of Buccafurno's mares are;: international market, and the
beautiful newcomers in its you. You know each mare's also of the Ferzon bloodline. "I haves- finest horses come from four coun-
community-one Arabian stallion ands strengths and weaknesses and choose one of his daughters out of hid# I. tries:'Poland, Russia, Egypt and the
ven Arabian mares of champion a stallion compliment her.Hopefully -' daughter so she is 75 percent Fenonjand < : United States..
bloodlines. the end result will be your ideal," should produce this type very?; There are also Arabian horse auctions -
The horses belong to Frank Buc Buccafurno said.Buccafurno strongly," he said. ';: ,and one of the largest is held in
cafurno who bought 120 acres of land said there are not many Most of Buccafurno's mares are. Scotsdale, Art At this year's auctionthe
:;.outside Worthington Springs last Arabian horses in the United States now in foal to Ferzon son Gal Parada. highest priced yearling sold for
September. He.has: been breeding and the well bred horses are very expensive According to Buccafurno,one of the $880,000.The average selling price for
:Arabian horses for IS years. Now the :, His eight horses are worth best crosses with the Ferzon bloodline!.,1.i'. the 29 horses auctioned was $101,034. 41YYY .
;horses are in California being bred 285000. has been with the Azraff bloodline,,!' ',;' Tom Chauncey, whose wife is the .. ...- '
::and Buccafurno will bring them to His stallion, Gal Morocco, is the Azraff having produced several national -; i I daughter of Wrigley of Wrigley's \.,,:, :- : ,. :, :, .: ,,: .. :
.Florida after their stable shed in most valuable at $100,000. Gal Morocco champions. He has bred) chewing gum spent $2,628,000 at the
:[September. was sired by a national champion, Countess Marcia, the 7$ percent Fer- Scotsdale auction.
Daniel Gainey,past president of the Gal Parada, and his dam was Gal zon mare, with a son of Azraff, Aza f- "Some very good stallions have
,registry, described the Arabian horse Roberta. Gal Parada is a son of Fey Destiny, who has been a national top. ? been syndicated In 1981. One share in
.as "grace, speed, endurance, confor- ton, a 30 year old stallion highly 10 stal on. >? these stallions sold for $250,000 and
mation, and-inteUigence. More, he is respected for his beautiful bead "I also have one of the most! entitles you: to one breeding per year
:'love, sympathy, courage, beauty, features., beautiful Azraff daughters in the4.1United :.* for the life of the horse" Buccafurno
friendship,and loyalty." The head features valued in the States. Bint Nehessa won second -. said. "Usually the stuJ fee for a top
Buccafurno said Arabian horses Arabian horse are large, wide-set place in the Pomono Calif. corn '. notch horse is 15000.
:are probably the. most beautiful eyes, a long arched neck, a small petition in in the older mare class.: "On a lower scale the average Ara-
:horses bred. He said the first thing he muzzle, and an extreme dish or deep California has the greatest number of, bian horse Is not going to be that pro- I
had to do when he began raising these curve from the forehead to the muz- ,Arabian horses in the United States. .,: Y1, fitable. Usually they sell for $5,000 to
.. :horses was to acquire a knowledge of .zle. Their head is generally smaller so the competition there is high." $10,000, and the stud fee is $1,000.
-bloodlines and gain insight into than other horses'. It is set high on 1 Bint Nehessa is 12 years old. She Owners of Arabian horses include
animal husbandry. He had to learn their neck, and their neck is set high I now has a foal by her side that was John Davidson, Kim Novae, and Mrs.
;about the care of horses, nutrition, in their shoulder, which gives them a sired by Nabiel, a top 10 stallion twice' Yul Brynner. 6.it .
'.breeding foal development and train-. very upright appearance,BuccafurnoThe and the national futurity stallion-the The horse in the movie "The Black
;ing. Buccafurno has been to best J juvenile in the United States.: Stallion" is a pure bred Arabian
:veterinary school, but he said a lot is The Ferzon bloodline reproduces'these "Nabiel is a straight'Egyptian stallion, but Buccafurno said his
:.learned through experience. features well and Buccafurno bloodline Arabian horse. I bred;( him ; physical features are not outstanding.
t with an Azraff daughter, and I now 'Cass Ole is extremely well-trained,
have an excellent herd sire to use with. very smart performance-wise,and he ,
Ferzon bloodline horses. The Ferzon r Y ,a
'is. well respected for his intelligence. :) ,
bloodline produces extreme type with Arabian horses are probably the
heads-they are beautiful. The Egyptian most beautiful horses bred Buccafurno -
line porduces beautiful bodies, so' said They are good work horses,
the combination should be fantasy-I [also, and have been used for cutting
hope," Buccafurno said. cattle, to pull buggies and for both '11'
the body features valued in the English and Western pleasure riding. .Yr .. .....R. ,. -a......,. ," --' .alt. -... .. -
Arabian horse are a deep heart girth finer boned than
Arabian horses
are .
leveltoQline Commercial hay production and raising champion bloodline Arabian hor". "
a well laid back shoulder, and a most horses. They have one less lum-
w have Frank Buccafurno to Union County.The .
shoulder back he brought
from the bar vertebra than other horses, giv-
120-acre farm located near Worthington Springs is just beginning to shoe
back. "This allows
r said.Buccafurno ing them a shorter the results of seven months of hard work.
also has
: Ct r- out of an Azraff mare a twoyearoldfilly and sired forte them is to two carry miles a person and over.longer.They Their last This Arabian, horse, Bint Nehessa won second place in a show In California
Arabian horses In the United States bred and in
where most are competition
Gal Torino of national champion
by son longer than other horses which makes
Gal Parada and Region I top five them a great endurance horse," Buc keenest. '
.stallion. "She is tall and elegant with cafurno said.Buccafurno. with the production of this land and it and as I was trying to put it out I looked
a good body. She looks like she would, is building a 10staIIstable looks as though I might get four cuttings up and 50 people were helping me.
have racing ability because of her for his horses and also plans to of hay this year. I lost $1,500 worth of hay but 1 could
bone structure, the length of her legs. build an equine swimming pool. The "I am new in the commercial hay have lost five-times that much .if it
and the proportions of her legs." pool will be used for conditioning and business and I have gotton a lot of weren't for the help of neighbors. and
Buccafurno also has a mare named muscling-up young horses "so when a help from the man I bought the property the fire department."
r 't Clara that was sired by Canadian national rider gets on him he will be a good from Dick Ward and the people Buccafurno is originally from New
champion stallion Comar' Bay strong horse," he said. The pool will at the Lake Butler Farm Center, York. He went to the University of
+1 Beau. be about 30 feet in diameter and 10 to giving me advice and helping me with Florida as an undergraduate and
Arabian horses are shown at halter'' 15 feet deep so the horse will not hit ideas and solutions to my problems," then to Atlanta Law School where he
until they are three years old when bottom. The horse is held by two Buccafurno said. got his bachelor of law degree and his
their riding training begins. "Their and guided around the pool a "It looks like Eddie Lee from Wor master of law degree. Buccafurnothen
E bones are still soft at two years,and ,:ropes couple of laps.. Buccafurno said therLpool thington Springs might be in charge entered the' University of
a r they could have leg J(you get ," veterinary medical ,schoolfterKfBduatnjfr
trouble. : \Is also,.A ;'great< (lHlonlna.: S of my commercial hay production Georgia .
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>>?*tssjwi& .., z *. -...,.,.,. .device for.n elder horse too fiat.. ,.;-.fctfhlaid. Chrj*. CI1ImoI Worthington and heyenl rived' t7e] ._ :.
f l.1 Buccafurno has hired Cynthia Sloan' weak or has an injured leg. Springs and Lemuel Watersof Import/export business! In i
Lake Butler have been helping with Amsterdam for four He returned
from Sarasota to help with the horses. Buccafurno moved to his land in years.
But his program is for breeding February. Besides raising horses, he the hay operation also. to the United States last July and
horses,not training them. "We usual- has become a commercial hay producer Buccafurno said he had two fires bought his property in Union County
ly wean the foal at five months and and he said this has kept him during the drought: but the Wor in September.
;n sell them when they are from six busy all summer. thington Springs fire department was "People in this area are the nicest
months to a year or two old. We train "I was one of the first to produce very fast .and efficient in putting it kind of people-very helpful and very
r them as a matter Interest and con- I hay this year, and I sold 163 tons of out."Fifteen sincere. This is"a good communityand
Y. -- venience.". hay in 10 days. I've been very happy acres of hay were burning a good area, Buccafurno said.

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beautiful head features Including large, wide-set eyes and a long, arched neck. market. Arabian horse breeders "A e Quantity Rights irvd

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State Prison and Union Cor- the obviously pleased superintendent to the commission for review in an effort
rectional Institution received full accreditation of FSP. upon learning the good news to improve the DOC in the face of Featuring U.S.D.A. Choice Iowa Beef ,
as a result of evaluation in a telephone call from Departmentof mounting criticism of alleged inmate
hearings held in Miami Beach last Corrections Secretary Louie L. abuse and inadequate facilities in the Paramount Poultry Swift's.Pork 1, .

. week. Wainwright. prison system. .
FSP, which houses the state's Raymond Massey, superintendent .Florida already leads the rest of the
i highest-risk offenders and includes of UCI said "The staff buckled down U.S. in number of accredited
. 152 Death Row inmates, became the and we made it." prisons,with Illinois and California FREEZER SPECIAL
i first maximum security prison in the Both superintendents flew to Miami close behind. .
nation to be accredited by the Beach to Join Wainwright for the 8-10 oz T-Bones 5 Lbs. Chicken '
Maryland-based Commission on awards presentation at the Fon- 5 Lbs. Pork Chops 5 Lbs. Weiners s
Accreditation. jinebleau Hilton hotel. 6 Lbs. Beef Patties or 6 Lbs. Peppersteak "
I "Everyone worked very hard to get Two years ago Wainwright began FLORIDA, 5 Lbs.Smoked Sausage or 6 Lbs. Veal Patties ,
it," said Clayton (Sonny! ) Strickland, submitting Florida's 24 major prisons' i 3 Lbs.Seasoning Bacon or 1 Lb. Sliced Bacon +

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Page 4B August! ZOo ItSl

"Mr. Mont": Still Learning, Still involved in Summer Camp at 89 Years of Age .

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(For *cor.. o/ reader In our community the name Edwin Montgomery During the summers, he held Presbytery purchased 160 acres of [ 1'r': me busy. And I'm still learns,
holds very special meaning. To them "Mr. Mont" I la more than makeshift camps at various location wooded property along Lake Crystal !lng..more every year Right now.I'nf
Just the man who ran the cummer camp they once attended. He woe the for the boys of the church. and surrounding Lake Emerald.They reading on Insects."
choir director, baseball coach Judge and Jury, and father away from named the camp in honor of Montgomery .
home..the peraon who really CARED about them. Reader will lie our for his pioneering efforts and )i
prided to learn that the man who meant to much to them i la ttlll very hard "Back In those days, things were a contribution to youth camping."It "" Montgomery has received .
at work,.continuing' to make an Impact on the lives of boy and girl from lot more primitive.We dldn't have air ',. numerous awards for his selfless core" '
all over North Florida. -The Editor) conditioning and we didn't have ice ;m \ tributions. In 1976, he was one of 73:
machines like that one over there," was during the Depression and peopleappoInted a patriot of the Stateof
by Larry Humes YMCA camp up in Oklahoma called he said, tloada300 nearby blocks the CCC (Civilian'Conservation Florida by then Gov; Reubirt;
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Except Devil's Den" he said. "It was the "We had -pound Corps) came in and built some nice Askew. On June 28, he was made'
fpr his snow-white hair and the fact place Jesse James used as a hideout Ice into the top of the ice box with facilities. I charged $10 for 10 days Citizen of the Year by the Rotary"
that he is a few inches taller than the working with the boys and girls there block and tackle. No easy Job I can back then for a youngster to attend Clubs of Lake City. It was the fourth"
others, the 89-year-old man is hard to was a tremendous experience for tell you." When World War I broke camp. That doesn't seem like a lot such award for Montgomery; he was
distinguish from the several dozen me." out Montgomery went to Chaplain now but back in those days. things previously selected Citizen of the' -
children milling through the 'crafts After graduating with two divinity Training School in New Jersey. The didn't cost as'much. Sugar was only ,, Year by the Lake City Chamber( '
pavilion at Camp Montgomery He degrees from Princeton College in war ended before he completed train about eight cents and you could: buy i Commerce, the American Legion:'"*

hurries from table to table like a 1915. Montgomery moved to Mcin- ing. Following a two-year fellowship limburger for about two pounds for -...------.-...-,.-.... and Woodmen of the World. ._.
hyperactive adolescent, checking the tosh. Fla. where he served as in Scotland the young minister -
hardness of his plaster molds and ad- minister of the Presbyterian Church. returned to Jacksonville and became ;Dr. Edwin F.MontgomeryJune "There is no doubt Mr. Mont is one,,
vising the youngsters on their artistic pastor of the Westminster 181 of the fathers of modern-day church") '?
efforts. Presbyterian Church. Five years "What we've tried to do with our to make nature seem more attractive.I camping," said'Bill Key, resident n
later, he became minister of the camps is make them enjoyable while, believe are going to directory of the Montgomery Con-
"Now just look at this one," he tellsa Presbyterian Church in Lake City a at the same time, teach the boys and be popular again camps in the future. ference Center. "He has promoted:
visitor, holding up the freshly- position he would hold for the next 40 girls about Christianity and about There's too much commercialismthese and provided leadership through:
chief. M life," he said. "We try to give them
painted silhouette of an Indian years. days. I think youngsters are some significant sociological
''Look at these colors. Pretty nice responsibility. Over the years, we eventually! going to get tired of it." changes. Yet his basic concept has
huh?" The young creator of the art became Involved have had some youngsters who have remained the same. He has been able
object stands at the old man's elbow, Montgomery in summer camping again upon return- had trouble at home. For many,camp Although he is now retired from the to communicate his faith in a way.lithat
beaming with pride. ing to Florida. He served as an assistant has made" a' different outlook on ministry, Montgomery said he will makes it interesting and meaningful -;, 1

'For most of his life,the Rev.EdwinF. director at the Boy Scout's Camp things. probably stay active in summer to Y people. Despite his
Montgomery has gained a reputation Echocatee near Doctor's Inlet, and camps as long as he is able. deafness, h flung to span the three 3!
throughout North and Central later helped the YMCA organize and Montgomery said he occasionally generations really get through tOol',
Florida as a respected Presbyterian operate Camp Immokallee. In 1932 hears from men and women who "I'm pretty deaf now and I don't these kids.They emulate him and pate:
minister, educator and community when the State of Florida create formerly attended his camps. He said hear the kids as well anymore" he tern their lives after the example he. 3
leader. But for thousands of men and O'Leno State Park, Montgomery many have gained prominence in said, adjusting th- hearing aid pro- continues to set" uwBMWBBRPil
women who have attended one of his began renting a portion of the park business, politics, the ministry and .:d:i
summer camps during the past half each summer for his Christian youth various other fields. "I remember 11'1"11" 1 .
century the spry octogenarian is camps.In Buddy MacKay (former Florida "
known simply and affectionately ai Senator) and hb brother used to Buy One
"Mr Mont. addition to the summer camps at come," he said. "Pat Summerall a
O'Leno each year, Montgomery also (CBS sportscaster) worked as a "
,Born the son of a Presbyterian conducted summer camps on family waiter for me for three years.His real Free = 1 .'
minister Montgomery grew up in (he property which borders the Suwannee name is Alan but everybody called Get One '
newly-tamed territory of northern River. He still directs canoe camps him Pat. I can BUU picture bJmwaiting t t ;!
Texas. It was during his last two sum. A M there and continues to do much of the on tables in his bare feet. PIZZA DIES jr '
mers as a college student that he was maintenance on the buildings 1i
Moist t9,1N1 :
introduced to what would become a himself. Montgomery said things have EyYa.

lifelong vocation: youth summer _- r .__........ ;:;. ; .'" --_ changed during his half century of 9646877.iI
conducted summer with "Back I Rear 45
camps. Montgomery working summer camps.
"It was in 1913 that I worked at a Young Dr. Montgomery camps at O'Leno for 25 years. then, there wasn't any television and 307 S. Starke '
However, as the summer program kids were glad to get away from (anytime except Sunday)
became increasingly popular, the de- home. Today you practically have to
mand for additional space became beg some of them to come. Things 4 'til \
I .. ... Lawtey News ..... ..- greater. Montgomery lobbied for were more primitive then but I don't [Summer Hours pm 10pm ':J
assistance in establishing a separate think we were any closer to nature. rl.ne. '
camp and in 1957 the Suwannee Walt Disney did more than anybody \

by Elizabeth Terry Valley. They went to other towns
Phone 782-3300 sightseeing and they enjoyed it all. r."J. .,
Church Activities: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and Mr.
Northilde Baptist: Had a Vacation and Mrs. Buster Bennett, spent a 1
Bible School August 10 14. Their week sightseeing in Kentucky, Ten-
enrollment was 188 and their average nessee, through North Carolina and -:: )
attendance was 151. After the program South Carolina mountains. r ..
was over they served DeWitt Revels, III spent Friday ..
refreshments. Lots of their parents with his great grandparents, Mr. and ,:J.
came on Friday night. Mrs. Les McClellan.Mrs. .
They plan to have a sing on August Hulon Herndon is visiting her : :
30 at 7 p.m. Everybody is invited. brother Buddy Kirk of Rockwood, The ; :
Personals: Tenn., who is seriously ill. Our office hop :
LABOR DAY Sept. 7,all of Mr. and prayers are with them. y ,
Mrs. Hulon Herndon and Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and children wentto
Mrs. Buster Bennett's friends are In- visit her sister, Mrs. Wyolene Day
vited to a fish supper at 2:30 p.m. at and son, Keith of Jacksonville, on

the Herndon home. Come early and Saturday.Mrs. .. --, -.... .. ""
each family bring a.covered dish of 01. Anders and ,Miss -Ar '" .
slaw or potato salad or anything to thurine Blan ha'td visited her sister: -i7: Wants Y ... : 1 .'. : :a.'1 2fn9" y. (
M ou ; 1'leilu n
with fried fifth- Come early so thaf the 'Miss Enza Blanchard -and*MAy' ;'f. a .', ; ..h.:) :".'. ..I'd' 1 i ./1 i_I""U'r ,i.
children can play ball and the parentscan Thelma Wilson; at Baker Nursing
enjoy each others company. Thisis Home of Macclenny on Wednesday.We .
an Annual Day at Mr. and Mrs. were so happy to have Bro. Ray
Herndon's home. and sister, Sheryl Rosier come tc -
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and her church with us Sunday. Too, he war I'I
grandson, Avery Green, of Hilliard, able to use the walker. Theii .,
were Sunday dinner guests of her daughter, Kathy Love came with : : '
mother, Mrs. O.J.Anders. All of them them. ;( Know ,: ,
went to services at First Baptist Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville,
Church. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders, spent Sunday with Petty Officer 1st .'. .:," ;.,;.". .....
Sr., and daughter were their supper Class and Mrs. Joe Harris and family.Mr. r d t .W
guests Sunday night and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake llW ?q
Mr. and Mrs. Hester of Smyrna City, visited their parents, Mr. and .: Intll"'lte (1 CJr'. ,.rfrtuiru
Baptist Church in Starke, attended Mrs. Harold Eunice. : "" re I' ": .':,c", ,'. \ rid
services at First Baptist Church in Friends of Mrs. Truby Wainwright .t 0"...., .' ,/)' IhI1,
Lawtey on Sunday morning. regret to learn that she is patient it .J. ," ':1"" I .J' jAO..r
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts and North Florida Regional Hospital II .. 'u1.U
granddaughter Heather and their Gainesville. Our prayers are with 4 \. ,..0 "_:J.1.. L. : U' 'rtou.. 4 !i, iI .ribttwS !
slater Mrs. Marie Wilson, went backto them. J. I" lIP. 1 r ..14m

Miami on Sunday morning. Mrs. Mabel Boyette mother of Col. VsE' ,iou. uoq
Pastor and Mrs. Johnny Dollyhigh and Mrs. Wm. Wilson went to I J :" : o I I.. '" .. ,.fJ"
and family of the Bahama Islands, Jacksonville to spend a few days with .t ,lblvhl", I 91'i 119 lw ,n :". J moll
were missionary guests of Pastor and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Soh.; OPEN ; _W.) II' r' I.q
Mrs. David Brown on Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Boyette. ); iB,.. .iriotQ 1, lase..; >, II .11 'Ml i ) rUirhjflf"
Pastor Dollyhigh was the guest Mrs. Jenell Underwood of Green / "' eAr( )2"1 b, wel..si I 1 I '' "luo1
speaker at Prayer Meeting on Cove Springs, spent Sunday with her I w' & D' 01 'nol} .t/ bias ? IoDA:1T :
Wednesday night. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt. ;,11 r+; A nO N /Y1791 III '01( ) a .111'::)
We are happy to that .X: 8U1.tas"'Jul viI
very report Mrs. Carl Prevatt and her "CC' 911) ml t.a .
Terry Futch was released from Baptist daughter, Mrs. Truman Norman, S Po .1ft 'Ifgnrutl, : ..1u'JIdEo !
Hospital. Jacksonville, on visited Mrs. Truby Wainwright in :jp .1. I'' WI";)
Wednesday. The doctor checked him North Florida Regional Hospital, / .. 3.I.P_.'." J", '; > and told him he was in good health. Gainesville on Sunday. TO : .-.11. .. .\ I .) kI
Mr. and Mrs.Jim LaMonte and son, Dearll Prevatt, son of Christopher ; C 1 11':1'.1 .. I .ors
Troy, of Indianapolis. Ind., brought Prevatt left for his Navy base in New 1 2 7 :... it cll
their mother. Mrs. Henry Smith homeon York on Monday. August ,'
Friday after she spent 6 weeks Mrs. Geneva Redding of Wildwoodand ') with her mother, Mrs. Lucille Mitchell Mrs. Curtis Colding of Lithia 'ursday 964..5764 ?
the LaMonte's and other visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Mon- :
relatives. They plan to go to St. Starke :'1111.c
Augustine and Disney World before day.Mr.. and Mrs. Tommy Talley and Street, I
returning home over the weekend.Mr. family of Jacksonville, spent Sunday 11 r, ILd
and Mrs. Ralph Wise and Mr. with their mother Mrs. John Tye. Sr. ,:' 11r ,,, K1f
and Mrs. Paul Norman spent a weekin All of them attended a birthday part "1 II
Nashville, Tenn., and in the North for John Tye Ill, on Sunday after- "'1""
and South Carolina mountains.. noon. aQsy :
Miss Rhonda Norman spent a week Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison attended n l'li..l
with Miss Nancy Bennett while Nan- a birthday party and reunion I !' .

cy's parents were away. combined for Mrs. Mildred Lockharton 3 i
Mr.and Mrs.Seba Rowe, of Garden Sunday. f : ",. : .. ) Register For ;,
City were guests of their cousin Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Charles Starling and ". "" I "
O.J. Anders on Friday afternoon.Mrs. family and Joey Mr. and Mrs. Larry FREE GIFTS
Daisy Boch and her niece Norman, Misses Rhonda Norman and y ", .
Miss Lynn Whaley visited her Nancy Bennett and Mrs.Gin Starling :;"..': ,',":', -/"' Smith-Corona '
parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley attended the wedding of Miss Angle Typewriter -"
and family of Tampa, over the Starling and Glenn Cope at : "F
weekend.Mr. I Others
Macedonia Baptist Church, Jacksonville -
and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and on Saturday at 12 noon. "
family returned to Pensacola Monday Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hodges gave a + 1 : i
after spending a week with their birthday party and reunion combinedfor :, 'i I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Sandwiches Punch & Coffee : i ; J4
Chris. Stuart Lockhart on Sunday. Their ,
Fred Moore Jr., and son Greg of son-In-law' and daughter, Mr. and ',1-.;
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Homestead spent a week with his Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr. and her IOn, Will !sBe Served : :; ; : t"W': .
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mother. Mrs. Fred Moore. and his two sons, BiD Willis Mark and ; i.i', ; \ .t: i.t"7;.' S

Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson of Andy her grandson Mr. and Mrs. .>; ,! Stop By On'rYour Lunch Breakrc ': } .. \' ,
Jacksonville spent their vacation in B.L. Wilkison Ill and granddaughter, xfj;
the Bahamas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Billie King and family t jtfjCT wT j (

Mrs. Drew Reddish of Starke. took Mr. and Mrs. Bob Magensen 'of '. .rl"" W'4. 5/1 J'I':'.'; .,il'ti''. < t J ') !fi:' Oil
her mother Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards Orange Park, Mr. and Mn. Donald <,. ,,,_....,, .
and her aunt Mrs. Fred Wilkison, Lawtey, Mr and Mrs.: '' 1j., ,." .
Moore to visit her uncle and aunt Daniel Wilkison and daughter Dana, .c' $
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Arwood, all of -
,on Friday. Jacksonville and Mrs. LaVon r:
Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan and Wilkison and children, all of them ate
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan: and dinner with them and really enjoyed '
son. Jeff, spent nine days in It. Meet Representatives. From Our Major Distributors ,
Cherokee N.C.,also went sightseeing Mr.and Mrs. Does Higginbotham of S
in Gatlinburg. Term, on Monday. On Maxville, are spending some time at Y:::.
Wednesday they spent the day in their mobile home here and with their
Ghost Town and Maggie Valley. On ;
their way home, they enjoyed supper more LAWTEY NEWS \
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peer population census work Is being "Although track counts,as they aflk ,,.hlVlt+'I' I l1or Jacksonville, are yearroundresident I
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Florida wildlife management areas. count of the population, they do give it from Roy and Donna Bruntlf'Thf' '\'. '
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months wildlife personnel can be in a given area," Stockle: added. details on just where' and on what
found canvassing areas trying to Several factors must be given consideration type bail Chin larlCf'-| louth buns
'form an accurate estimate of the before conducting the tern wan caught. Ma)be they want to
population. sus. It is required to have a measured tt keep it a secret!

distance of plowed or graded road( r.,
?The late summer season is chosen within the area;be typical habitat of I x I
in.order to gain information concern- the area and the track count must be t "
ing fawn survival, which is necessary taken within twenty-four hours of a r"v- : osier's t
to measure the carry-over of replace- late afternoon rain. \
ment animals for the following year" Areas where,deer population censuses :. \) r:
Has Gone To
sajd Art Stockle wildlife
biologist for are being taken Include Lake :
the Florida Game and Fresh Water Butler. Osceola, Camp Blanding, ";,, .
Fiph Commission. Nassau and Cypress! Creek. :. The Dogs

radfard BassmaslersFriday ) ,, {J; ." FREE -
I ;; r-J .. :jg., !
\ ,
night July 17th the Bradford (Hot Spot) Muse. All you .i I '; ODD Dipping
_. //11
Bassmasters held their. monthly Bassmasters had better keep an eye ---' --
tournament at Rodman. on Earl, he can be tough. & Flea
With Purina
Mange :
Tournament began at 8 p.m.Friday We want to give our full cooperationto Finding Deer FootprintsWildlife
evening! ,ended 8 a.m. Saturday morn- our newly elected officers. Let's Specialist Dick Couch and Owens-Illinois currently provfeds Helps Mange Kills Fleas, Ticks &: Lice -t;:
ing July 18th. make it our best year yet! Allan Campbell of Owens-Illinois are approximately 100.000 acres of land in
All Bassmasters launched their Bass Wishes conducting track counts on Lake the Lake Butler Wildlife Management Saturday, August 22 10-4
boats at Kenwood Landing. At 8 p.m. Neil Crawford Butler Wildlife Management Area. Area for public hunting.
all Bassmasters headed for his All Breeds & Sizes

favorite hole, only had about H? hrs.

before Jtodman dark.could' cause enough" trou- Special Duck Season Set Sept. 26-30 Give No Purchase Your Necessary A
blg in daylight, but after dark you
&itate to move too swiftly due to themany I Purina Dog Dip
logs and stumps. Florida duck hunters should start tlon of Brevard County lying east of Also Lake
Miccosukee in Leon and
Joe scouting the wetlands to determine Interstate atHosier's ,-' .
Riggs says he and Cork Rowe 95; Osceola, Broward and Jefferson counties Lake
; Orange and
fished Blue Run and Grannie Lake concentrations of waterfowl before a Dade counties; and Leon County Lochloosa Lake in Alachua
but didn't find much action. special five-day experimental duck (exclusive of Lake Talquin and the and Lake Okeechobee (all County j
earl!: Muse says he couldn't understand hunting season goes into effect Ochlockonee River). located lakeward to the main areas levee. 30 S Walnut Starke '964-6214
September 26-30.
why more bass wasn't landed,
Earl likes those big spinner baits at by the U.S. Fish andWildlife '
ni,hl. Earl says he was back at Rod- Service, the special experimental
Or i I man Friday night Aug.. 7th, but was season will allow for on sale
harvesting of four ducks day not
urfttble to locate much action. '
at 8 a.m.all Bassmasters returned more than one of which may be a yu Ir1IEAoLEI a a Thursday Friday, Saturday
to Ken wood for the weigh-in. species other than teal or wood ducks, e6 CholC01
After each Bassmaster weighed his according to the Florida Game and
cajch.! W.T. Smith walked away the Fresh Water Fish Commission. The
winner, Jimmie Cole placed second harvest of coots will not be permitted
I! Jimmie also landed the largest. bass during this special September season. Back-To--SchooI/
a 10 Ib. 7 oz. (Hawg). < "The season was developed to take
I Congratulations to W.T. and Jim- advantage of the additional recrea-
I mie. I'm sure they worked hard lorI tional opportunities afforded by the ztiAen'S
this. Fighting Rodman all night could presence of substantial numbers of _
I be and is tiresome. blue-winged teal and wood ducks in Women'sq
I This tournament wrapped up the the state during the month of t _
'. 80-81 year. The top 10 Bassmasters September," said Frank Montalbano, __
I will fish the classic. This next tournament waterfowl management biologist for Wal5 og me to iiiT'iy'

i begins a new year. Friday night the Commission. it% 8 back toschp0yclothan :
August 14. Montalbano said studies have ,
I I would like to extend the best of shown that segments of teal and wood fsuppitesl n
I 1 I luck and health to each Bassmaster duck populations are currently '
during the next harvested at levels below their -
year. r 7
The 81-82 year will have Joey Riggsas biological potential, and can sustain
I president. Joey is very capable additional harvest without impairing
sincere and dedicated to bass fishing. the long-term population levels.
Vice-president is held down by Corky The waterfowl specialist added that
I Rowe. Corky is an avid bass since there: will not be as many ducksin
the state during the special experimental Ip
hunter, solookout for him this year. 1 ,
i is. Connie the (Bass five-day season as during I
secrettQ.y1 Dnnnve: '\ always seemsto the regular season, hunters should lR'A' .
Jis' hare bass. scout now for waterfowl concen- / 191 dn"ctuu ,
get tfjhe trations. a !11 '!P9 P9MEN'S j
Treasurer for the 81-82 year is Earl i' I
"The birds will be more sparsely
distributed than during the regular
season," he explained. "Hunters will
Floridian To Receive have to do their homework ahead of

$1,000 Cash Reward time" (
The Aucilla ( Mound and t
Hickory ) FIRST QUALITY lip I
From Wildlife AlertA
Occidental wildlife managementareas
I ,
South Florida resident will designed as waterfowl habitat -- i ; ,
receive a $1,000 cash reward from the will be opened for harvests of duck WALE CORDUROY JEANS '1 ( !

Wildlife Alert Reward Association for during the special season. Details ALB.$tiEFIT1GREAT! BUYS ON j
assistance given to the Game and may be obtained by contacting the STATIONERY SUPPLIES THERMOS.Va97 I i
Fresh Water Fish Commission in Northeast Regional field office Lake 3 9 83 1 )'
breaking up an illegal alligator trafficking City at 18003428105. 0 PAPER-MATE UTILITY 1''I '
National wildlife WRITE BROS. 8'8' -tOOL.BOx) I '
refuges slated to 2 ( ''ii
operation. __ ll
At : tiroe of the May arrests ofdefendants observe the special season are Lox- kill l ,
three tie} % { ahatchee,which may be contacted for t% granular formula controls el- eo SHEET P CAAVOLA P Rugged cotton and polyeitar corduroy I l llf
aven harmful bacteria.
/ S S I I I I with four pocket and belt / '
details TYPING PAPER 1 0
at 305/732-3684 Island 2 CRAVONS.24'S
Merritt hock treatmentSuper 2
; provtdee 1
wildlife officer confiscated some 350 WAS24-.e R WAS2 R I /oop* Boot cut lag, solid,we it30 /
alligat r.:*: ides and> more than 100 305/867-4820 and Chassahowitzka I with .** Inseam*.' Durawale* i
9043822201. Hunters 1 plus corduroy,by Lev**.
are encouragedto
pounds of alligator meat. II 1 I
"Bastd oainformation we received contact these refuges for special prices! Super.savings! 1 // 1 1'I')' I !1

from tfte,'tfuMn, we' were able Ip regulations in effect-during the experimental ,,, I
penetrate-TTie organization ana five-day season. II 4 I lilll II
charge\ithre persons with a total 1 j>f Montalbano reminded hunters ( \ ,
fourteen. wUAts of wildlife law and elsewhere in the state that regulations
Commission rule violations," said f fo|\he special season are different -
Col. Bcp\tt /Goodson, director of Jhe than the regular season for
Division!of Law Enforcement fonjthe harvesting the waterfowl.
Commissipn. r During the special season,the Commission !
b Jiter and harvest
by the Associat to surveys, flying JEANS
a citizen w( o assisted the Commission aerial surveys and implementing a d 01se99
iq thwarting state wildli and banding program on affected speciesof 11.5
freshwater*fish'law violations. ducks.
Since the Wildlife Alert program The shooting hours for the special 12..ht.3-up.PAN GAL PM8TONE KCOTTIES TISSUE 3 L.3"TABLETS DISCOUNT PRICE JW

began in November of 1979 more than 'season will be one-half hour before 24.88 4.77 "."..' Durawale. plus corduroy by* R
59 7.83 L.v's., L; y
$20,000 in rewards has been"paid to 'sunrise to sunset. Hunters are required 4 pocket Many with color ball loop sues 8-18.
eligible citizens who reported wildlife to have a federal waterfowl WAS3 M WAS tM wASJpr WASJAE a
and freshwater fish law violations or stamp and a state waterfowl stamp in Three" cooling speed Special Winter or sum. 200>count facial quality 3 pound pall Of Eagle BOY8'WESTERN FAMOUS MAKER
suspicious activities to the Commis- addition to a valid Florida hunting yaw can operate<<1 with mer formula protect titiu. whit and paitvlt. chlorine tablets Slow SHIRTS VELOURS
license when harvesting waterfowl in p 1o-ksy5s5.. cooling systems from Soli',ttrong ond obio.b.nt. dlssdvs.long tailing.
sion for investigation.For bow-overs.
a person to become eligible fora the state. Management area permitsare 7.88 10.94
also required state wildlife COLORFUL WESTERN'
reward an arrest must occur, ex- compar.)2ft compare at 1N
management areas.
cept in cases involving endangered anaaa.w
Polycotton bland In colorfulplaid Sofia! taiture with V nscks
species law violations, in which a con- State regulations require the use of *. Long .dlavas. pearhndnapclour and short slaves Colton- /poly DISCOUNT
viction is needed. i steel shot in 12 gauge shotguns, as opposed I .* 8-18. bland SUaa S.M.L.XL. PRICE 4.77
Citizens who assist the Commission J to lead shot when harvesting
remain anonymous and are not re- migratory birds in certain areas of Ft' '/ "
quired to testify in any court pro- :the state..The steel shot requirementis Niriatic ir : ,
ceeding. in effect during this special season.

Steel shot must be used in that por- \\ FR111TOF .THE. tro.f. ..i 1


r 18.88 2.67, 5.86 1.67 FOAM BED PILLOWS BOYS'3 ph. UNDERWEAR fAMou..uaRNLT8

Portable AM/FM radio. Year round formula Large Selection for Muriatic acid .keep. R 3 74 4.88 r
Perfect tor sporting, .Radiator W6REBOVS' .< .
additive for men and woman. AI- your pool adjusted to > "
The Eyeglass Olrtbonad .cooling' system sorted slylaa. colors prevent eye mitatlon.events. WERE iAvtPolyeatar COMPARE!ATX* _
fill 18 14" Fill I I. Leather belts

I ) Health &. Beauty Aids! Save IS 46% odoflaaa Eaay to dry and clean.nonllarganic. WERE BRIEFS 3 4 2.74 metal from.buckles.BOYS' Some Many. ) with'atriaa western toCOOOM

< mmm
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Fashion: Frames fpr the Entire Family Vi, LI8TEPJNE ANTISEPTIC. ,I.Q- S

'. 24 OX. ...........,,.._, 1.69 .

PreicripHoni Filed I 3Oi i = SPRAY/' 1.8oa. WAS M*........ *fPRELL S at. LIMIT 2. WAS.l1.39 .
US Mood ,
Lens Duplicated Across. from""Community tSlt took' WASM SHAMPOO..;,......,._LIOUIO 11.... .. ,1.29 CRESTPEOOR..4 OX. WASJoM'.MINT...."..........1. .09 -PETUSE.OCKS BASK.TllAU.8HOIS MEJTS SPORT MOCS._

Sunglasses., t OPEN: Monetary thru -- "IOHTOUAAOOIOOOll"NT. ..., .99. CRCAM....,..149EFFEROeNT1TALETS.40'5 DISCOUNT 1 96 WERe j > m m MEM'S. DISCOUNT
Senior Citizen Discount 9 am 5:90 pm Friday 30X..WAS.M0 .._......"' 1001. WASXT PRICEStratcn "**r 5." VOUTHS' PRICE 12 88

'' ''DIET AC MAX.'STRENGTH MMNOXEMA8KIN IM. Cualilonad long 'Canvaa ... .
r Saturday V am y I. pm ti' : WASj.Baa..../...._;;................1.09 20wp WAIMT.,.._...._..j. _" Sues a-+'-...-11.for SNght Irragular with cushion*.Color. .-_. Leather.sues ak.'*-11.vinyl. wM. i Irtool mIng. ,s

H- Rodney- Sumner! .II, Ovmei-; .Licensed, Optician,t, ',K! KEYSTONE. 21 i HGTS.Hwy. 100 _


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.al.. Some of
garage New, ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x SEAL FOR TRAILER WOULD YOU LIKE HELP fillIng mobile homes If PARK mobile homes

everything., novelties, 36" 25' each. Bradford TOPS materials L labor out Insurance forms is 3/4 paid or more. for rent. AREAS I
dishes glassware at reasonable County Telegraph furnished. $75.00. (Medlcar., health major MOBILE HOME Vehicles New home for sae.! 'Als4'quall'v iJ

prlres. Corner US.301 and 9646305. tIn 431.1821.4/16 tin. medical etc.)? Years of 9645606. Open 7 .. Phone 468-2912. built homes, $21 erulillf
SR16. at Gulf SteHon.9om NEW CARPET NEW 4 USED ILL'S SAW SHOPS Complete experience. Contact weekly..TFchg .. and .'_p. per sq It. built on your lot
to 5 pm. Also will r.nt Furniture t Appliances. sharpening service circular Phyllis 96 -6883. 8/13 Wi BUY AXLES I TV and Air or ours. Adams 4 Hall.
space to anyone for sell Plumb. fixtures and pipes. hand carbide, 2tchg 8/20. axlesI- 4 tires $ Motel 3 miles 473.2056 or 4752128. 6/4 .1-1
ing. Phone 964-5635 or BARGAIN CENTER US 301 chain. mower blade hollow PIANO AND ORGAN Del. to Olin.MH. of Starke on Hwy TFchg.
964.5180.1/23 tfn South 9646679. 2/5 ground and balanced. LESSONS Beginning W Slarke. 9645606. tnchg CUSTOM HOMES now PHONE 964-7776
YARD SALE So,. & Sun TFNchg Leave at Jackson Building students now scheduling.Nell JVANTEDi Used tools HOMES Two and under construction CECILIA LiE
Aug. 22 and 23. 9 a.m OKRA POE YOUR FREEZER Supply In Starke Keystone Mann. 485-1175. .. mechanics and bedrooms; clean. Overlooking Starke Coun. JERWILLIGAR 205 N. Temple Stark..
til??? .9 mile east post Picked three tim.a week. Heights/ or Lake Butler. Breaker area. 8/20 2tchg Phone 964-8331 16 and 225. New try Club. Adams and Hall :.;yt Ai,11
hospital CR-230. Follow By bushel or half-bushel. TFchg 8/27. 468.1551.9111 tnchg formerly Whites Builders Phone 473-2036
8/20. Watermelons, $1.00 each. ALCOHOLICS ANONY. WANTED) Mobile 4681323. 3/12 .We HAVE THE WINNING ATTITUDE I PUT US
signs. Itchg Call 9646528. Keep trying. MOUS: LAND I... Paying the best LIVING ROOM KINGSLEY or 475-2128. 6/4 LAKE TFchg. 3 TO WORK FOR YOU WE NEED LISTINGS! ;,;'

YARD SALE Pin. For.stApartm.ntsApartn.nt 7/9 tfn.LIMEROCK. Phone 964-5148 9647619.. for good condition I kitchen. :
: 20 yard semi TFchg FOR SALE 9604.8331.9/11 tnchg heat and air. In bedrooms plus garage Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle wiTh
A.... Furniture. clothes loads only. Phone SEWING MACHINES WANT TO BUYS Phone 4681779. apartment Call low maintenance adult housing olfering charm,
dishes, .tc. (lots of 7823172. Lawtey. ALLEN REPAIRED All makes typewriters and ( ,h. rent In ad 13052510254. 8/13. 2lchg comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
goodies). Saturday Aug. TAYLOR. 7/30 tfn cleaned oiled and ad. 40 ACRES: Heavily wooded machine Must / 8/20. starting at $33,400. Model available. 1M.
3 miles north of courthouseand ) tlnchg. * * * "
22 9 a.m. ill 3 p.m. CYPRESS SAWDUST: $6 for justed. $15. Work working HOMES 2BR call 10% INTEREST BY OWNER If .
GARAGE SALE Thur.. Fri. level pickup. You load. guaranteed. James I mile east of US-3O1. 964-S764. tin 2/12. or 964.5261. 8/13 you have 9000. $282/mo.: We ere proud to offer ene of Bradford I lines
8 Sat. I/i mi. post hospitalon Phon. 4682624. 8/6 3tchg Strickland corner MorganRd. $1500 per acre. Owner MOBILE HOME Axles payments. 3 bedroom CB residences, situated on 39 acres ever 3,000 sq. ft.'.,

SR230. Twin beds, antique PIGSi 1 sow with pigs; 3 and Hwy 16. TFchg financing. Call Frances tires. Will pay $125. 200 Orange St.. home, central heat. AC gorgeous h__. QUA. handsome barns Impeccably
dresser double mattress sows; I boar; 18 f..d.r CHAIN LINK FENCE Install. Mann Realty Inc., 9645007. 6/11 $195.00 per month laundry attached garaga ....,... j
rugs and drapei of pigs. Call 964-6363 ed. Free estimates. Handy. Realtors. 374-4999 or 8/27. deposit. Call fireplace .abovegroundpool An offering whose sippeel you may not be able. to resists

all sites; clothes and anytime. 8/13 2tchg 8/2O. Man Fence Co. 9648559. 3780442. 8/20 4tchg 9/10. LOOKING FOR OLD after 6 p.m. 8/13 many extras. Call Specious 4 BR 2 a. rick, QUA.fireplace, carport paved:
shoes; r.clin.r; lots of DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER to move to Crosby 1-726-7651 tfn 8/20. driveway fenced carpets dlshwesher stave 'bullt-Ja,

odds and ends. Look for HOUSE: 301 South REPAIR: Call ACREAGE Call 17729714. : 3 BR home, SIR FRAME HOME on one overage utility bill $120. Selling price$45.000 with ."urn.mortgage .
signs. 8/20 llpd. 9646740. We Buy and Sell the Office Shop. 110 W. 2.27 acres heavily/ wooded vIII. 8/6 2tpd 8/13 mo., first and last half acre lot. If Interested of $27.0000''% me. pe,. J44.54. Available
GARAGE SALE 1222 Brad Used Furniture and Ap Call St., Starke. for details. $6500. Cash or Sub. Terms. COUPLES TO LEARN ,.. plus sec. dep. Oct. 1. .,...
call 964.1932 -0;
............. please or
ford St. Friday and Satur pliances. 8/13 tfn. 964-5764. tin. dancing. Hove fun M. STARLING 964.5882.8/20 Make time with en old timer Zoned commerclsl.Levely .*
day. Aug. 21 & 22. 8 a.m. HAY Also would like to sell GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Strawberry Acres: ..1 oc new friends. 782-3931 Eve. 2tpd 8/27. home for he professional. with ....ro.. 2.000 .
til 8 p.m. 3-piece bedroom 12 acre field of hay. Shouldbe Doors, windows, etc. Assume "'/ .mt,. entertainment. For B. Cooney Assoc., lots. 7000.: Call 964-7863 on ft.. QUA. carpeted drapes, 3 or 4 bedroom, 2 bath .... I
suite; flowers and cut within 1 2 weeks. JACKSON BUILDING SUPP. information
$13.000. 8/13 tfn.
Kitchen with eat-In spacious utility reons. ee*
planters. Odds and ends Clifford Martin. 964-7145. LY 964-6073. Orders also ........... 533-2121 or 4682551. : High and dry;. or 964-3739. 8/20 2tchg DR.port. screened porch. paved area driveway.4 extra lets well I
etc. Itpd820.GARAGE taken in Lake Butler 8/27.
AKC DOBERMAN PUPPIES: 2tchg 8/13 trees 2 miles '
1 14.06 Acres: Shady. Own. ; landscaped available. cowl *
SALE: Husky lots sizeboys of Four females left. Excellent 496.3079 4734973.and Keystone 2/26 fin. Avail./ *% 21100. 301. 9648238. HOMES .Veur ....rt will .beat fasten Brkk 4 BR 2 B on KlngsfeLake. .>
; bloodline. Call Heights
.... .
C 505 0
jeans; women and men's 448-2895 tin. Strawberry I Acres 3BR "f
1 or 10 Acres: large barn. BUSINESS BR HOUSE: Ira 2BA. '.2' acres 'fenced 314 N. Myrtle CB available now > large masMrbedroom
clothing; rugs: coffee: !pot>> Hampton.. Reasonable. NEW,__ _AND._._) _USED__ .WATER ..Mfl.A.1 .kMMjl *M nnn_._ a......-.............. Dan laundry ._<_nrli._J_ .....d... iSIfl0O__.___,. bath 140B ? .
"oean "''' a'''.', KitcntrItems : nn r-n-- with private epprox. CH&4.c.red |
'g. i ltcnaB13BRAND -UNUltlUNIIIIo: : sales and $3Sd; vrrVlI'I1 UI'I.I III ; garage. ............. I
toys, .tc. Whlt> NEW COUCH AND Service. Call for free water Aium.m5. month. lease and .kitchen with bar Assum. mortgage and owner
brick house next to Archi,.' CHAIR: Tan. brown and analysis and information 555000. Call Lawteyt 3 BR, 1 bl.... from will take. back second. Convenient' to everything. I

Tanner Funeral Horn, grey $450. Call 964-5648 9645673.3/12 tin. 6 Acres) Well power pole. OPEN YOUR OWN ,FI.'v 7/30 required.tfn. school.Reduced shedy.22000.$ *,Bee. .102 Eastwood Drive 3 BR 1V4B. CB on quiet street \
Offer the
US-301 South.. Saturday. or 9647189. Itchg 8/20 TYPING SERVICE) Will do 10200.. in parel shop.denims and. RENT: 1800 sq. ft.. .050...55 5 0lii sOme carpet central beet window A/C. trees,. large
Aug. 22 9 a.m. til 4:30: I MILK COW: $400.00. Must typing at my home. Please 00555 air. heat. 108 E. 2'oc.. utility ...... C4npoiv. **TI \
swear. 14850.00 Country
p.m. Itpd 820. sell. Call 9645772. 8/13 call Ada Reddish at 10 Acres, Lg. pines. Inventory fixtures, 00 per month. home, grape! vineyard or- .'otl S. Colley Rd. Brick 3 BR, 1 Vt B. Veterans Adm. .....'

YARD SALE LAWTEY: Easl. 2tchg 8/20. 9647910. tlnchg 5/21. 23000. Complete Store) or 9645648. chard. 'MlMO. Reduced of 26305. 9V4% Interest pay. $254.30 month corne
on SR.225 (Lake St.), firtl j I GRAPES: U.Pick. Juicy and BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ........... as little, as 2 OCCUPANCY 3 $26,500. let. 'a,.... 3 blocks hospital' I block school I

double wide on left. Saturday sweet; light and dark SERVICE: Bradford County Lawtey 1 ac. well septic. anywhere In U.S.A. ( ,room screened ************4 Frame 3 BR 1 B. LR, DR. front porch. several pecan trees I

Aug. 22 9am. til 4 I L on... Bring containers. residential pump-outs, mill house dog pen. Land. Infants and fireplace central 3BR. 2BA on S ac. $45000. on 1.'acres .6 miles from 5...... off Hwy 301 en SR U ti I
p.m. Luggage carrier, King| Open 8 a.m. til, 6 p.m. $50.lines.We Phone also re-lay drain scaped. $6000.Janet shop). Call TONY air. $300 per mo., Owner fin 30% dn.14%. .Brooklyn" Lake. Adorable. board 4 batten cottage with f :
sewing machine. misc. Monday thru Saturday; M.. Starling I-9O4-75I-4520. Itpd last and one year lnt/15 yrs. BR 1 B. kitchen living area,, screened porch deck ..
Itchg 8120. Sunday. 2:30: to 6:30.: Off I SIGN 5/28 TFchg. START YOUR OWN 1021 W. ............. QUA. excellent .condition, ell this adds up te e ceijclifestyle.
PAINTING Commercial
200A. 4 mi. west of Realtor 7B2-3931
YARD SALE JERRY SEZ she 964-8073. 8/20
: SALE BUSINESS: Earn 3BR 2Ba., Spanish style .
Melrose. See and private. We will Michael ..
signs Cooney ,
2 BR. fur.
missed you at the last yard times the cost of : home on spacious lot In
longneckers. 475.1151 or design. Call 964-8669 Realtor Assoc., t 4-M27 10 $50
sole, so come see her at of products per mo. Starke. 32000.
Realtor A..oclatos-Ah.r Hours
509 Center St. this Saturday 4732702. 8/20 4thcg 9/10. before 3 p.m. 496-3291 tfnchg.COMMERCIAL. toys home deposit. Call ..0....0 5..0 0 : I\
Douglas Broker-Salesman. a 944-4593
REVCO 1/2 tfn.
CHEST FREEZER: 2C anytime.
22 from 9 : Itchg 8/20.
Aug. a.m. gift, Items carded In Country: On 1 acre lot. 3 .
ft.. like new. Don Rawl. 'HP WOOD SPUTTER for Fred Slacken e Broker-Salesman 448-144
til??? HOME: 3 8R,
Multi-family some chandise BR BA
jewelry partially com.pl..d
furniture. Itpd 8/20. ings, 473-3412 after 6 p.m. rent hour or day. Agridite, ceramics and .yard. Unfurnish A-frame home with Byron Terwlllegar-f44-7774 Gerrl Lennon-496-3140. \

YARD SALE: Beisent Road SEIGLER OIL HEATER with 964-6465.1/16 Stchg 9/3. PROPERTY others. $5.00 brings 8 miles from stocked pond. $19.400. Marlene Rober.964-$505 Martha Dorka-782-3A?i.
All proceeds go to blower; two drums with BElIE PAINTING: Residential wholesale SR-235 toward Janet M. Starling Anne Terwlllegar Nelson-475-1677
Muscular Dystrophy stand. $100.00 for all. Call and commercial. Interior 964-5630 after
and BRADFORD MINI catalogue. .. \
Association. Friday Saturday 782-3117. Itpd 8/20. exterior Quality list last 8/20. .I'or.1I2.3931
price ; action
and Sunday. Follow 3-BULK TANKS Excellent work. Th.P.lc. blanks and full Michael B. Cooney
the Itpd 8/20. condition; chickenbrooders Is Right at Brite Pain. for sale. 80 pet. Assoc..964-8827
signs. vs
YARD SALE: Sat.. Aug. 22 9 ; waterers, ting. For free estimates, owner' financing available Justness ton first plan.order. Send .k -) .. u. l Take a look:
a.m. til ;3 pm..215W.! feeders, etc, J.L. Glad II. call 964-8961. 8/13 '.2lcha. 1..H.. at'II pet. IVt acres with1roonV C.. = .. -
-nT. "#.rnium Wholesale 4" -
Washington.St.:' Furniture,'' 964-8613.'rtchg 8/20. T < 8/20. for expansion': TOO'pet. P.O. Box.939, Slarke. AT, 1973'l41ft: =J C CS, ;" ;...;..:.;
rugs. lamps, variety of. l 16 MM PROJECTOR: Bell and PRESSURE CLEANING: Anniversory occupancy plu 32091. Itchg 8/20. : with 77 25 hp. : S

household goods. Priced Howell Filmsound Special. I Any size waiting list. Phone owner motor; Gator tilt- .5 ..,..
mobile home $20.00. 4732735. 8/6 tfn PURCELL'Si
Specialist. $150.00. Any Specialists
Earl Take
reasonably. Itpd 8/20. foot-propelled a bit of '\
Muse. 964-7535 after 6p.m. size one story house, moderate priced Semi-Truck' DriversOrKe.vyEquipmeet
YARD SALE) BACK TO 8/20 4tpd 9/10. $30.00. Awnings. corports.porches CAMPERSCAMPER apparel sites S to 50 large ;live gas well.tank 2; I I ., p Hometownwith f.

SCHOOL SALE Saturday. SEARS ENERGY-EFFICIENT extra. Our lowest ladles shossIzes_ OpItno,....Start locally .
22. 9 til ? Air conditioner 17,000 price in years. Call today. 12EEE will soon be swivel seals. TL.FsI.O34Z444 | :
Aug. a.m. ?? 624
: 8 ft. x I 14 ft. Stove $1400. Phone you when you
964-8961.8/13 2tchg 8/20. in Stak..YOU CAN
N. Lake St. Itpd 8/20. BTU like new. Must sell. etc. Ideal for I .,..
REPAIR WORK: Carpentry THIS SHOPI) Very .", anytime. 8/20
$300.00. ,
YARD SALE: Sot. & Mon. 4'/i Call 9645830. lake lot. Call 9648503.: go back to school
miles north of Starke on I tchg 820.PURE.BREO. rooling; painting. Phone vestment. ,Call Mr. boat: 65 ..
7823669. .
US.301. REGISTERED Jerry 8/133tchg 1.737.3558.8120 3tchq motor.
Furniture jewelry 8/27. Shasta. 14 ft., excellent offer. Can I - _:
electrical articles ANGUS BULL: 3yr. old. try
condition. $995. Call

and household teens items clothes.childrens Itpd Gaskins.Phone 9648356.TFNchg 5/14.Jam.s STURDY DECKS BUILT with to yourspecifications all 475-1514 after. .4a a>m. (/13r 8/6. lake.TFn Phone \ Why miss out on all!I the
2tcho 820.Motorcycle
pressure-treated wood. fJ >n *3Qh9's
El REcOV on here at hom
$5.50 ft. 35
sq. years 8 ft. Patio Boat
starting at x ." .'
PERSONAL PROPERTY SALE \-ii i. *4.h. ion
: Call .ROOM '
$100.00. Trade-ins carpentry experience. hp. '78 Mercury .
Big' items small items wliIevway7t3 3S
welcome. Phone 9648212. Red. 782-3330 Lawtey. if n. I Recovery Room condition. it
everything, as is. 1320 East I ,iotli.'d
19BI YAMAHA 450) 1400 """
Starke. ((904)) 468-2818 Staylii Searing Street SERVICE Come home to a md.,. Excellent condition. Archie Tanner p.. ;
Saturday August 22. Sale For Sale ': clean house. Call 964.7189 2000. 4733328. 8/20 Home. p.m. 8/13 2tchg r I
begins, at 7 30 AM. Furniture -Livingroom or 9645648. tchg 8/20. 2tchg 8/27. _%4.5757 Storke. 5. I ,'
Washer dryer stereo I bedroom and dining table. ----- -- I SbscrJW

equipment kitchen' ware dinette. clothes set, I Best offer. r = gtEt. I I MOBILEHOME1I I' 4 I g4 ,,h ..
964-7357 I "We Pickup, Butcher. Chill Cut snd Wrap"HARDEE'S 2iHT .
records books toys. bedding L I I INSURANCE II i
etc. 8'20 Itpd. .", : 0M .. ,:
Muscadines and Scuppernongs I I HOMEOWNERS II ..
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Portable Buildings U.PIck-Easypicklng U nlie : $ _
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.. MEAT MARKET 'I 0 4i 4 .f.e1 'rihti.i
Florahome, Fl. Highway 100 I i Mobil i..eE I.I4ofY TeIsrsps t .,i.
Hwy 301S 984-6020 12 miles of FromthePeniothepan I 001 9 r.O.DrtwerA 't4-03C r?'
east Keystone Heights I I Homo Solos ii We make tester for You i !: .

I 6X10 thru 12X50 "'-2121 I FREE QUOTES I ,.,4- j .,. 1-n' .noI'. 19.
I Phone 964-5606 I 01

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Located At A&I Feeds Jimmy Moore'sStarke .... .. .
9645711PB1FESS11flIAL .
WARNINGHurricane _____
SHmEBTER'SSUPPLY Starke Sun Phone season is upon
TREE SERVICE Sports at. H you are one ql It*
964-5791 l.
I Types .Insured MIKE Owner GLENN Used Merc. 40 hp 1978 New luronce. II and when a W0Hg" :
I Warranty .u,' cane :
ESTIMATES approaches you ..
ct.All II i1 90 days. New Welch Bass won't be able to NIn -
Thamat D. Nattfii I Boat, 3 Deluxe seats, purchase ..
282 1022 (But I J99 E_." Aimnue labile/ Home Insurance _. "
R__ a.... l.tlr 282 IBM iRrt I Middirburj. Fluent. 32064 I New DillyGalv. traitor. New Minikota Mag io; rofce advantage of the Thni
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I ,'/"cumllone.. Fast Rotary .
t1 trolling motor. 600 Down 105.16(24( ......) 'hose and pur
your insurance now thi.log Equipment
Looking To Earn Like Olin'c Mobile
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS 1 New Johnson Tri-Hull Full Carpet ...LILuCENg
Extra Money Part-time Sales
N 4 wells, used Merc. 65 hp.
Experienced Sewing Machine Unexcelled ground floor opportunity for Sales I FREE QUOTES ; .
i1 Used trailer . 350 Down Phone 964-5606 ..
Operators. Must be able to work 41/z Leaders with the ability to promote tnluncct, a 77.22(24Stumpknocker ( -....) Slab M. I

:days 40 hour week. legitimate multi-level sales corp. Backed by experienced 1 .. Olln.Ag.nl New & UsedSalesPartsService..

Apply in person, on your vacation we leadership such as Buddy Baker and New Condition, New Trailer .

will be open for interviews 7 a.m. to 4 many others like him. A Superior product Line i Used Merc. 9.8 hp. *300 Down *6O.68 ((24.s' .) E-Z Terms :

Monday thru Friday. .! r
p.m. that pays five levels.

Starke Uniform Manufacturing Now Merc. Outboard 70 hp this week. $2750 .5 Plumbn;!

441 E. Brownlee St., Starke, Fla. Call 4681049Or ,.,4 Now Merc. 90 hp PT,*THIS WEEK .. % $395 I' We HIW&USm ilrtonce 1 our own. New Installation

C.I. Brlnson Box 178. Hampton. Fl 32044 I k1 Special Merc. 40EL Reg. 2295, $1895 KIR8YS Remodeling Repairs

,4 Merc.25m-Regl5. . . | jv ,.. $1445 ROYALS -- .-..--- n.
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Used More. 85 hp. ... .-. j. $1595 MJii.LLm.u..1tELECTROLUX

1 2 I H4 Used Motors 9.8 Merc thru ISO hp.' I HOOVERs _
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I SCHOOL 1I I pt4t- i . Sarvict l'I--l--.4.o..A.SpecialIsts FILTER* QUEENS. PUM- & ".

Sounds Ika multiple.- : bargains on clotningat : Merc,Outboard"f Mercruiser SternDrivc Fiberglas Kcpuir' COMMERCIAL SEARS SUPPLY

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MOVING SAlE-ontlques
furniture, husewores, etc retired couple. Beautiful N ,
CARPENTER WORK PRCSSURI CLEANINOi An Club Estates, the old' beautiful wooded '/ 'acre treef, Acres from Lake ila. 0 I _I ,
Remodeling work kitchen nlversary Special! Any site Tamm'* residence or lots on paved ''l t streets.Same Geneva" $33 month. Phone! I, I
cabinet and trimqrp.nt.r. mobile' home $20.00.. Any 'orde Leon Rd. Sotur: waterfront", ; 473-2879. ttncho!>> 7/2 U \ I
Reasonable slie on. story house, Swimming posemenZ. to MOBIL' HOMI In Loki .14 "prlc.s. Call Ed Dempsey at day, Aug./22 It-pd. .. From 6000. Buy Os
$30.00. ,
Awnings carport, GARAGE SALE-thi Saturday Geneva Park. $140 and up. "" .
473-2477 after 6 p.m. .. Our lowestprice now build Joter. SR 26, 1..I .W / '
porches 'ra. from 9 a.m.-6 Phone 473-2879. tfnchg, 7/2 I A : 9 1' -c I
ot.Qchg{ 7/2 p.m. two miles east of Melrose. r j + !
In Coll
year today. Children's clothes, misc. COTTAGE AT SMITH LAKE.2BR .j'l ," en := I
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS. 964-8961. 8/13 2tchg 8/20. th.Corner By owner 473-2123 or large living area fullyequipped .
household It.m., at r ,
j Closed meeting Monday 8 of Pecan St. and 1-384-2289. 4tchg 8/6-8/27 and carpeted. :
Open meetings. Fri. LORAN COOK ...lIauranl.lIhau.t CE
:p.m. HELP month. Phon.
Ave. ust off $223 per :
Magnolia | o
day 8 Alanon Monday fan. New condi-
3 p.m. 21. ltchg820MOVINGi 772-1775 or 388.355. (Jaw).
8 Alot..n Monday 7 WANTEDEXPERIENCED tion. 1200. 473-3423 Itpd
; -p.m. RAIN ORSHINEAug. 3BR 2BA HOME--CH/A. $350
All meeting In 8/13 %
Sp.tn. lake
'29. 8:30 per access.
1 Educational Building. Comrrtonity SEWING : BEACH SAND for your 'lake 376.0078. tfnchg 6/18

: Church. tfnchg 9/3 MACHINI OPERATORS. a.m.-5., p.m. W.ddlngdr. 'lot. We d.II..r.Ing/ .ON LAKE GENEVA-IBR effI.ciency. .
draperies antique
PRESSURE CLEANING- Base rate $4.20 p.r hour. Lumber Co. of KeystoneInc. In town. $123
:Phone.473-2477. tfnchg 7/2 Work 38 hours get paid for desk and bedroom suite 473-3127. 3tchg month. First and last (
reel reel
to tope player
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 40. Come now eligible 813.27 Call
.. addl. for vacation and much more. Tak. BakerRoad damage deposit.
:,WORK build patio pay 473.70B6,3tchg 8/13.8/27
:Boris.: remodeling .home Christmas bonus In 1982. off 214. Watch for CB NAVAHOS BASE
and tile work. Alto poln- $200 employment bonus if Ign. 473-2383.I lt-chg-8/20, STATION-with 113 watt

: ting. Fr.. estimate*. qualified. Working hour leaner. $250. 473.4064. HOMES FOR
: Phon. 473-4473 during 730330. Call Mr. FOR SALE It-pd. SALEBEAUTIFUL Cow Feed Rabbits

2 clay l tfnchg 8/6 Schneider.' 473-4943 or apply DINING CHAIRS--4
] REYOURSELF or UNWANTED personally at plant. LAKE LOT on sand bottomed wooden choirs, TWO ACRES-
: HAIR with elec- Keystone Uniform lak. In Hlllcr,,'. $800 ,upholstered seat. $60. property and home in Dog Feed Hogs
j jrplysls.; Call for a free con- Manufacturing Co. Itchg down $146.44 per month Antique couch $100. Deerwood Hill 3 mile
=j'tujtatlon. 473-7033. AmV"j 8/20 Phone 473-4058 or 473.2593. l t-chg820.PORTAILE north of Keystone. 24x60
J Electrolysis. 490 Lawr.nc. GRASSCUTTER. Keystone 473-4367 after 6 p.m. ELECTRICTYPEWRITERnew mobile home. 3BR, 2BA. $835
: Blvd, Keystone. $fnchg 7/2 Heights area. 475-1403 9 tfnchg 7/30 Smith carpet, CH/A deep well 5o00Lbs. Fence Poles
HYPNOSIS-opening prac- o.m.-Sp.m. It-chg 8/20 LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Corona Super Sterling with delicious water. $ 16 .
:;itIC. of Mark David WI., BASYSITTER.-for hou. in Keystone Height, Owner elite type $ISO. 4733429. $28,000. Owner will
1:JJ8.A. Now offering service Keystone Heights' area. financed 10 percent Interest. It-pd..8/20 finance with reasonable
1 I for prescription hypnosis Wednesday and Saturday Lot on clear sand PIANO TREADLE SEWING down payment. Discountfor
If It Eats Feed We Got It
|fCr traditional and Individual nights. Must have own bottomed lake, priced to MACHINE camping gear cash 9123777496. -

applications transportation. 4751403. 9 sell from $9.900. On. to aquarium and all accessories Nights and Sundays,
{smoking, weight control a.m.-5 p.m. H.chg.8/20. five acres overlooking lake ; household 912-294.0189. tfnchg 8/6
doctor referral stress NEWS REPORTER/GIRL FRIDAY (access available) with goods. Moving, must sell. MR 21A HOME In Silver Creek
j reduction, etc.) Please call Write social new, nice trees from $3,500 Call 4732735. Itchg 8/20. Ridge overlooking Silver Alligator Ranch
{ :Gainesville. 376-3545. for photography. Keystone SSOO down. $50 a month. Lake. Two miles to
: appointment tfnchg 86FARO Heights area resident Commercial frontage-' CARS 8TRUCKS Keystone school, on county US 301 S 964-6973
: OR' HOUSEWORK- preferred. W. will train. Investment opportunity owned road 41000.
: Uependable and Call 964-6303 or send 5R-21N. Owner-salesman. II 3/4% mortgage .
: reasonable. Windows, retume to REPORTER lake 473-4373. tfnchg, 8/6 3760078. tfnchg 6/18
: hauling, mowing etc. Region Monitor P.O. IKC DOBIRMANS-Top 1977 Honda SSO-wlth 2BR SMITH LAKE AREA
; Have some equipment. Drawer A. Stork., Florida quality only. You are Invited wlndsheild saddle bags, V-ac.ru wooded 'lot. A/C.
: 473-1720. 4tpd 8/13.9/3 32O91. 8/20 tfn. to visit our kennel and queen seat, $900 or heat. Furnished or unfur Starke Ads.
trade for used bass boot. .
;SCHOOL: TEACHERS WORKING 473-1228. ) nished. $30.OOO assumable
: MOTHERS-need eaboby.ltt.r MISCELLANEOUS11NOO..AMERICAN NACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN 4734064. It-pd. mortgage available at 9
? I will do itl If tfnchg 72o.AC.ILOTS 3/4% Call owner
:. 'interested please call '/ for sale from LostDachshund 4732735. tfnchg 8/6 MOBILE CARS CARS ftTRUCKS HELP

,:473-7129. ltchg820Mike LEGION HALL SR-21. $2.993.lake access.Restricted 3772808.) with, HOMES TRUCKSjUICK WANTED

Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public Invited WANTEDWORK
tfnchg 8/6 tfnchg 6/18 Bred male, star on FOR SALE ELECTRA 22S One El CAMINO CHEVROLET SEWING MACHINE

left side. Answersto WANTED Yard workor owner Lood.d. No. I condition 1974,, .350 engine Auto OPERATORS NEEDED: App.
"Jeremiah" house work. We do windows ItBI MOBILE HOMES No dents. no rust trans.. A/C radio. Excellent ly to Keystone Uniforms,
.. McNabb Huntl.yR.df.arn's < 475-1720 especiallyafter payment starting at New tires 46 000 miles. condition. $1500. Mfg Co. located on airport
< STEVE BROADWAY Melrose area. S p.m.tpd 8/6-8/27 $147.00 month John (No collect calls, please). Coll 964 8503. 8 13 tfn road Keystone, Heights
Roof Repairs TREE SERVICE Reward. Call collect CAR POOL NEEDED daily to Brown par Mobile Ham.C.nt.r. Call 533.2431. 7/30 4tchg 197 PINTO HATCHBACK Fla. Mr Ridge, Fouche
'' SERVICES downtown Jacksonvillearea. 413.3775.19tfnchg. 8'20 3.door. speed trans plant mgr.. base rate $4 20
Sky Light Instated ttr it Removal 475.2182 or For more informa 197. VW RABBIT 38,000 A C; P S. AM FM Stereo an hour. Itchg 8 20.
Gutters Instated /& 4734340or 378-5333. itchgao non call 473-3997 after 6:30: miles A C. stereo $4400 Tinted glass Duel sport EWS' REPORTER/GIRL FRI.
it Trimming NO QUALIFYING $2,000.00down 964.5825. DAY: Write social news
p.m. Slchg 8/13-27 Call 964 6020 or mIrrors. Ph. 6505 8 20
Mobile Home Roofs I $220.00 monthly. 7/30 tin photography Keystone
RepairedQuality 471422Repair Fro* Estlmat 1974 mobile home. 24x68 I7B DATSUN 280 Zl HELP Heights, area resident

Of Major ft. Nice private lot. Handy Customized 40 000 miles preferred We will train'
Man Special. 4 miles southof Many extras Best otter WANTEDINFO.MATION Call 964 6305 or send
Workmanship at Electric Appliances 7S.4732I Starke. off OS-301. Va Coll 964 6020 or 964 5825, resume to REPORTER lake
'Serving Bradford t. Clay I cant. Call 301/679.6056.. 7/301ln on Alaskanand Region Monitor P O
Allot 5 P.M.
fair prices Counties/ 820tpd 9/10. CLASSICI I: 1966 PlymouthSatellite overseas employment Drawer A. Storke Florida
.'. 496-3819 Kyton Heights i GIGANTIC CLEARING, SALE convertible 318 Excellent income poten 32091 8 20 tin
Lawrence 8/vo/ Keystone 19BO models priced to tell. power top, steering and Hal Call 1.312,141.9780 MAID NEEDED for a lew
1111151 IittIiSli ItU uuI extension 42S8 8 20 4tpd hours each week for
PEA .TOR With Rebate Program. brakes A C good shapa some I
4 Large selection to choose $1500 FIRM Call 473.7156 HOUSEKEEPER Cleaningand motel rooms. Should live
FOR SALE from. COMMUNITY alter 6pm, 8 13 2tchg cooking. Must lave near Underwood Motel
Onion County AdsFOR NEW LISTINGS children Must hove Call 964 7184 8 20 tin
-- MOBILE HOME SALES, factory 971 MAVERICKt low own !
I "" n 1 needs tun..up' car. 964 6539. Itchg 8 20.
owned and operated.Highwayt.3p1 mileage; (:''f' Ji //.J J 11s(
I: ... HOME ON I' ACRES 10 -N, Warden, ,and brakes. Priced right X'TECHNOLOGIST* Wmediote : ;
BanVMr'talflt Blrrler.
decorated drm 2 : .
Beautifully $500. Call 473 7156 after 6 Brad
REAL PERSONAL 1600 .... It., c."". H/A,1 W/W carpel. 'EI....... well tinsPRICED Open 7 day q week. 8/20 p.m. 8 13 21chg 8 '20. ford County opentngsy Hospital (;"'

SALE paper glassed, In sun porch. Home In Immaculate condition. JEEPS CARS PICKUPS from Days 7am. til 3 p m.
ESTATE SERVICES ; Property well landscaped, fenced back yard. TO SELLS 14 x 72. 3 $35 Available at local Competitive, salary good
OFFICI AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Ha new ....... Ready to move In. Must sea to appreciate bedroom 1 /, baths. Call Gov Auctions For Directory benefits Call Mrs McKinney I ;
GIFTSSee Union LOOKING FOR a special CUSTOM MADE -$66,000. Mrs. Edwards 964-8810 or call Surplus Data 964 6000. We are on
County Times open Mon, piece of property If I DRAPIRIE1.Freee.timotes. 964-5845 for appointmentto Center, 415 330.7800. 8 13 Equal Opportunity .
day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. don't have It. ill find It-Just Local' LARGE OLDER HOME REMODELLED see. Itchg 8/20 F-IOOO FORD TRUCK Employer 8 13 2tchg 8 20.

to 5 p.m.. Wednesday-'' ask...JANE S. USHER. distributor for completely located In. well established. neighborhood. Partially! WRECKER: Extra good buy. LADIES Free S3OO 00 toy kit
::closed.: Thursday and Fri. REALTOR 496-2126 or washable nationally remodelled, unfinished, goad .buy far the h..y...."." ClassifiedAds $9500 Callahan Call Best party plan ever low
day 8.30 a.m. till noon. See 496-2903, eves, "Your advertised. Gardsette Over 2000 sq. ft. plus double. carport largo open 879 2122. 8 13 31cha 8 27. priced toys and gifts, No
OOr 1/2 price table of Union County Realtor tfn Draperies. saw Enter porch with decorative wrought Iron railing. AUf! I Ij lots tNTIQUE MS3 GMC investment. Approximately .
selected gift il.m. All 3/26. prises. Ed or Lama Owner will finance I PICKUP 5 wIndow. Reconditioned $6 00 per hour Phone ,11"I
j available adjacent( to property. !
contemporary card 50 FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Stephen 496-2219. ]qualified buyer THIS HOME HAS MANY"POSSIBILITIES. : New pOInt, etc I ,328 8789 Monday.Friday.
percent off. NEEDSXall Venera Brown WILL INSTALL SEPTIC \ its (;&R'csull! 11900) Call 964 8503 8 13 9 a.m. til S p m. 8 I36tchg
176 FORD ELITE Loaded.
496-3022 or Sandy Hoxen TANKS and drain fields, tin 9 17
excellent;; condition, goodget J
496-3994 eves Tiffin and out tanks also fill
,mileage. 1259!. D.M. Owens, Inc. Realtors RI. 2 dirt.pump Licensed Call Brince 13 Bedrm 1 bath homo located 4/ mile east oilBuffer [ -- ..
Hale 496-2171. TFN 7/2. ( off SR-121. Has separate dining rm Box 788. Lake!' Iuti.r\ F"-". Jane 275-2197 around 7
FREE ENGfcayJYY&l1 tg.I front I porch. Needs. painting and minor repair He*
tfn chg. 8/6; ;; a'm. or after 3 p.m. 7/16
J I Sultanas $.50, So. Belle CUSTOM COMBINE WORKs assumable, mart at 10% to qualified .buyer. Would1
1. Hibiscus.$1 U tobMIBoy.( l' Call Joe Usher 496-2126 or make good rental home Investment. v ; 4
River Birch Eucalyptus' REAL ESTATE '4962903. TFN 8/20. ,1
Tree $5. Palm Trees and J 2 BORM HOMI NEAR MAIN ST. P

I 3 omroryMarys ;;, orlf i has stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer Situated
( Garden SR 121 In ,JALIFyOATHIS, .; V MAINES INSURANCE'AGEN corner property. Present mart can bo assumed plus I

1 Idt3'astLlPhone62.1561. r.-tln.o,.., oesuinable" motrlaaae CY 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake' owner will finance equity, to qualified buyer.TRAILER .
I Closed Sunday and Mon ) I day. 3tchg 8/13 82027.. bdeplh a"'h hornet with. Service. TFN WITH 2 LOTS

If 77 CHEVROLET.PICK-UP* 1 CHA an ecef j'er lot Uilqiekltchenfamllf / 2 Hmo trailer partially furnished on 1 lot with add. Ouch! <(
ton, 350 automatic excellent LOSTFOUNDLOST
reani .
; cejrtfca.Mortgage
\' c'ondltion.7 twin lot adjacent, Included. Priced et only 7500. CASH.
win meney "avellableor
dow.tanks Reduted-fo'iSa sliding; Lear OOO. ( .this 26-acra ranch. A Jbedreom BLACK AND WHITE BEDROOM HOME

\1)967) Ford ick-Jip 300., 6 1'/ 'heth family BOSTON BULL puppy nine en 1 ecre. SR-121, 3 mile* south of Washington SprIng J Jt
''cyj-i 4 "ip..& 4 wheel roam w/ fireplace large weeks old. Pinch Gut area. .. (Alechue Cty.) Money's Tight
496-3395 JoelI '
drive, hunting lights barn end metal, sheds. ,Weal,
reduced to $1.750. ... pasture land ar farm. Pinch I Emerlck. Itchg 8/20. CALL NOW FOR ADD'l INFORMATION ON THESE OR

cejlent mechanical condi Ow area.Your WANTEDMOBILR OTHER LISTINGS. 1
lIOn. 496.3819. Itchg 8/20. I and well. Now is the
garden time
15 n. TRI-HUUi Cocci-Craft.' awn HOMIS WANTED to
bedroom. 1 bath brick USHER
This JANE S.
7j HP Crysler' ski equipment Will pay cash for your used
new seals-good home toe..... Oft 2 aces mobile home. Ray Powell,, 3
d llon. 1600. Phone with a 20 a 60 cerport. Central 4963377. TFN4/16. 496.2126 or 496.2903

4162345. 1 Itpd 8/20. heel with oak flooring. 360 W. Main St.. Lak Butler fla; turn unneeded items

1W FORD TRUCKS I ton Beck yard landscaped.Cell / HELP WANTED "1'_.Vntmm C.eu tyJt.." .."
4QO engine, air. 3 speed let Info about '
Flat bed w/portoble side townhouses In, Starke. JOBS OVERSEAS-BIO Day NI hI'ru into'
body tank tool box
J OOO Phone 496-2996 orj98.3079. Notary ServiceAfter MONEY FASHi $20.000 to
| $50,000 plus per year call .
Itpd 8/20. Hours* O
MICRO-WAIVE OVEN Used 1-7168426000. Ext. 5005. "
John lengford.
One year,$223, frost free Realtor Associate Itpd 8/20 Rt. 2 Box 481 1'r MONEY

telrigerator-S200, portableiolor 4".'".. --- --- LI3 Lake Butler : ?
TV less than on.year Geraldine Lennonrtealtor ,
Old.$300. coffee w/.nd FOR RENT ( Help Wanted I REALTOR .
tables-555. queen size Insurance Secretary., Must Associate '
(t Bedroom suite.$350. Sim- SMALL UNPURNISHIDI!I I have experience. Apply.I Thru the Want Ads.
nSon queen bed.$125. S.r.t MOBILE HOMEs SITS a Joe Usher Agency 360 W.
king bed.$300. double month, plus deposit. Ideal I Main St., Lake lu.'... "For The Area's. Finest Properties"'
bed.$60, twin bed.$40.faherl23. far couple. Raiford area. f 496-ai26. f. HOMES FARMS ACREAGE ,
_dryer$95.ajmnette Phone 4311124. llchg8'M ----- For
; $2.50 f
,.,-$85. Phone TerwiHegar Realty : we give you Union County, fi

820.TWO 732-7961 calls: until Providence.Friday. Itchg Na High Cost of Living Got You Down? 205 p.' Temple 964-7776, Starke Keystone Heights and Bradford

SIZEt BRAND Solid wood NEW bedroom QUEEN LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow VENERA '.OWN" TIFFIN a OWENS INC.. County 9,000 households 27,000

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truck, going south, failed -
Mail Carrier Charged as if she had been beaten. Aug. 10, Benjamin B. Rowland, 80, Bradford County Hospital' Starke crossed the centerline and across the The to pickup stop at the intersection, ran
Desue stated that before Lindsey 1215 Pratt St., was traveling east on and was admitted for observation.The east shoulder and ran into group of through the Intersection into a 4 foot ,
With Careless Driving brought her back to town he told her Jackson Street attempted to turn car was traveling south on trees, according to the Florida ditch, according to the Florida
Jane Locker: llonn was chargedwith he would kill her if she took out a warrant right, striking the vehicle driven by CR-225 when the driver failed to Highway Patrol.No Highway Patrol.
careless driving when she hit a for him. Emmett Clinton Lewis, Gainesville. negotiate a curve and drove off the charges were filed after Trooper 'J.'rooPer K. G. Etheridge cited Gon-
parked car on C 18. At 3:05: a lanrtsey was brought to Lewis was traveling south on Water paved portion of the highway: and K. G. Etheridge conducted. an Investigation dreau on the careless driving charge. '.
The parked car was in a legal the Police Department and admitted Street struck a wooded area according. to > of Uw mishap.
having beaten Desue, but denied the Florida Highway Patrol. -
space, but was on the wrong side of
the road. It belongs to Tom Lindsey, burglary and the trip to Sampson Margaret Pittman Bonnett, 41, 415 Trooper W.A.Wofford cited: Henley Stopped For Turn,
Lake. He was retted at 3:15: a.m. E. Herlong St., stopped at the corner on the careless driving charge.i. :
Jr.Honn was eastbound on C-18 at the and later booked into the county jail. of Church' Street and turned onto ..,**, Auto Hit In Rear
time of the accident. After turning off Road 16 striking right front fender of 11" Teen ChargedIn A car struck a station wagon in the J.
of Water Street, she looked down at vehicle driven By Sarah D. Rumble Truck WreckA' /rear on U8-3011 30 feet north of- ..:
the mail on the seat and when she Driving On Wet Roads Gainesville. Bonnett stated she could McMahon Street in Starke at 6:24:
looked up she was too close to avoid Takes Special Skills not see because of rain and parkedcars Driver Ili. Starke teenager was chas$8r p.m., Saturday. Aug. 1. _
hitting the parked car. The right front on 16.Armed. Car CrashesA with careless driving after the= Fred G. Yerkes,71,of Jacksonville, i
of Honn's car struck the right front of Driving on wet roads calls for truck he was driving went was not injured but damage to the .
Lindsey's car causing her $2400 in special techniques reminded the Robber Hits Jacksonville man became ill intersection into a ditch on SW 1st 1979 Oldsmobile coupe he was drivingwas
damages and him $1500 in damages. Florida Highway Patrol. while driving his car and crashed intoa Street 1.1 miles west of Starke at 9:30: estimated at $800. :y
The first thing to do when startingout Convenience StoreA group of trees on CR-21B,13.1 miles p.m., Thursday, July 30. Alvin Leon Couey. 29, of Keystone :,
Starke Woman KilledIn on wet roads or running into a black male brandishing"a small south of Starke at 7:30: a.m., Friday, Joseph A. Gondreau, 17, of Starke, Heights was not injured but damage :.
Head-on CollisionJanet shower is to simultaneously turn on handgun held up the clerk at the Herman suffered a hip injury and was treatedIn to the 1960 Ford station wagon he was :.
the windshield wipers and decreasethe Suwannee Swifty convenience storeon Johnson Johns, 40, of the emergency room at Bradford driving was estimated at $200. :.'
Fili Strickland, Starke, was pressure of your foot on the accelerator US-MI a mile south of Starke at Jacksonville, suffered chest pains County Hospital in Starke and released The station wagon was stopped at- ;;..
killed in a head-on collision near or to slow down. 8:55: a.m. on Aug. 2. and was taken to Bradford County after treatment tempting to turn left, and the coupe ::
Crystal River Monday, Aug. 17. The, Pavement seems more slippery The man entered Sunday the store, Hospital in Starke where he was Wanda Roden of Starke suffered a struck it in the rear, according to .
accident occurred at 1:15: p.m. during the first few minutes of a the handgun on clerk Louella pulled treated in the emergency room and leg injury, was treated in the Starke Police. : :
FiJi was eastbound on SR-44 and shower until oil and dirt have a Haefeker. 22. of Hampton and asked admitted for observation. Damage to emergency room at BCH and released. The mishap was investigated by ".: '
had started to pass around a curve chance to be washed from the pave- her for the money. The thief left the the 1980 Ford sedan he was drivingwas 'Capt. W. S. (Scotty) Rhoden who did
meeting a dumptruck head-on. She ment store on foot with the woman's estimated at 1450. Damage to the 1977 Ford pickup not issue a citation but the accident
was declared dead at the scene of the Reduce your following distance and an undetermined amount purse 01money. The car was traveling south on CR- Gondreau was driving was estimated report showed Yerkes at fault.
accident.The behind other traffic because it takes 21B when Johns became ill, the car at $3,000.
according to Bradford
driver of the truck, Daniel longer to stop. Drive in the tracks left Sheriffs Department.The County r
Austin Miller, was treated for minor by the vehicle) ahead if possible case fa under the
injuries and released. without following too
of Deputy Sheriff Samuel H. Eunice.
When unable to see clearly 1,000 Bradford Home Economist :.
Local Teenagers feet ahead, turn on your headlights. County
Involved in Crash Using your lights is good defensive
driving when driving in the rain. Lane Change LeadsTo
Sheila Marie Starling, Graham, and If you must drive through water $''.000 CrashA '
Karen Brewer, Starke are recover- deep enough to wet your brake lin- Wins $100 in Communications .Contest .><*
ing from injuries after an accident on ings, lightly hold your foot on the Starke man was charged with improper :
SR-200 Friday Aug. 14. brake pedal for a few hundred feet change of lane after his car attempted :t.
Starling driver of the vehicle, was after emerging to dry out the linings. a left turn and was struck by '!Ib
with failure In another vehicle on SR-100 on Monday .
charged to stop at a stop I960. Florida experienced 278
sign after striking the undercarriageof fatal crashed and 17,728 injury Aug.3, at 7:30: p.m., 6.6 miles south of Home Economics Agent Alicia Prior to that she was an agent with bachelor's and master's degrees in ;.:...:,:.
an 18-wheeler when entering SR-200 crashes on wet roads Starke. Homrich is the only Florida, and the Palm Beach County Extension office vocational home economics education \>;,
from CR-227. "Like most traffic accidents," said Robert M. Jordon 17, of Starke, Southeast, recipient. of a national for four years. from Florida International Universi- (..t
Starling suffered a broken rib and Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol director was not injured, but damage to the home econimists communicationsaward. The 27-year-old received her ty in Miami. .t i>.'"
bruises. Brewer suffered from inter- "accidents on wet roads can 1974 Datsun pickup truck he was driv- .,al
nal injuries which were treated with almost be eliminated by a few simple ing was estimated at 1000.
antibiotics. precautions on the part of every Timothy L. Flowers, 20,of Melrose,
Starling's car was totaled receIV- driver was not injured, but damage to the Homrich the extension agent for
ing $2,000 in damages. The trailer 1974 Chevrolet sedan he was drivingwas Bradford County, was named winner INSULATION : ::
received $3,000 in damages. estimated at$$3,000. for her overhead transparency entry ;
Both vehicles were northbound on in the National Association of Exten-
Failure to Yield 6 Fender Benders SR-100. The pickup truck attemptedto sion Home Economists communication SAVE THAT ENERGY 'f!:;
make left turn in front of the award ';.'. .
Results in Collision Reported in Starke over- contest. She received $100 .
taking car and was struck by the car for her 10-transparencies entry entitl- ." M
Andrew Freeman Griffis was in the left side, according to Florida ed "Values Clarification." K
charged with failure to yield the rightof James A IJoner 51. 3633 N. W 30th Highway Patrol. !i:
way when turning into the Hardee's Place, Gainesville, ran the red light Trooper K. G. Etheridge cited Jor- ...:;.'
parking lot on SR-200 striking another at Water and Call Steels striking an don on the improper change of lane or Prior to winning nationally 'f:':'
vehicle Aug. 13.. '81 pickup truck driven by Adro John course charge.Passenger. Homrich was selected tops on state "'"-
Griffis was travelling south on Brown. Honer was charged with the and regional levels.Judging was bas- :1,101
SR-200 when he changed to the left accident Injured ed on appropriateness, production 11II .,.....
lane to swing wide into a right turn Into When Car CrashesA quality and creativity. A script was ,;:,crN
Hardee's causing Linda Dees Johnsto James K: Creamer, Jr.. Route 1 required with the entry. Eight othersin .. 1
strike him. Box 55, Lawtey, failed to stop for signon Starke woman was charged with various categories were named in HOME-.COMMERCIALINDUSTRIALHIGH FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR .":St
Johns car received $2,000 in Adkins striking a vehicle driven careless driving after her car failed to the competition. R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION ;.'11"
damages and Griffis car received no by Carlton Covmgton. who was negotiate a curve and struck a wood- FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION ..f
damages. traveling north on Walnut Street. ed area on CR-22S. 4.5 miles South of Sponsored by Georgia and Alabama QUALITY INSTALLATION :::
Damage to each vehicle was approximately Starke, at 3:01 a.m.. Friday, July 31. Peanut Growers and the American
$2,000. Creamer was chargedwith Marolyn Kaye Henley, 21, of Income Life Insurance Company, the Fee f/ta{ 1u :':JI
Man Beats Girl D W I and improper tag Starke, was not injured, but damageto communication award was begun "to .:,,1-:'
In the 1976 AMC sedan she was driv- encourage excellence in home SAVE I 964-6956 I SAVE ,.....
ing was estimated at $1,350. A economics communications." ON HEATING ON COOLING :.
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BurglaryOn 44th Place Keunian 37. 2bi2 N W. passenger Jeannie Henley Carter 24, DEAN CASSELS INSULATION'J:
Gainesville struck the Starke, was treated for leg and back I.Homrich- has been-an agenhin Brad-' ..,.....". ...o ..... o. .. d t,. .. t JlX
Aug. 15 at 1:31: a.m., Tom Lind- bumper of a. vehicle dltven by lames ,g .dais it .. s. .
injuries in the emergency roomat., .. d... .. ,1'J S TARKt." h'n P..n.on.r I' hnF .ifl iii,, ,, Ii99W!
sey Jr. kicked in the front door at 728 Welsh, Porl Charlode, as Welsh'was .r ": ;,' 't : flf'd' County fore a eetiiwo years,, ;:: ..,. .;iau'f:
East Brownlee Street, Starke, and turning into Hardees. Reuman was .
dragged out Cynthia Ann Desue beat charged with'speed too fast for condi- II" t-.
her, put her in his car and drove tions
away, stated Dorothy May Thompson '
owner of the residence. Aug 8, Nina N Loved Box 1147,
Thompson went to the Police Station Starke, all she attempted to turn left F all
to sign an affidavit. While there from Thompson Street onto Call s.
Desue came in with her mother Mrs. Street struck a vehicle driven by
Patsy Davy and they stated that Merlie Cassels White Brenda Holt,
Lindsey took Desue, who is 15 years 25, a passenger in the WhIle vehiclewas
old, to Sampson;.Lake and beat her treated and released at Bradford :

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Fortune Federal's new computer can imagine how frustrating it might results the program has provided
has freckles.A be to go into a closing expecting to exit customers. He added that FReCOLS
as the proud owner of your dream also handles some work for manage-
computer, whether it's big,;small home only to find out you'd !been ment as well.Grinning .
or medium-size like F'0 tune'8 new delayed for a few days due to incor Backus said, "We think
Burroughs 2890, is an'inert pile of reel spelling of a name on a mortgageor we're going to look pretty good with
electronic: parts until it's fed a 'lump deed or because some numbers in FReCOLS. '
of Instructions" that ,enable it to the legal address were erroneously
manipulate information, store Information transposed. FReCOLS makes sure Servicemen
and feed it back to you in those kind of delays don't occur."
iti' several different ways The common Later this fall FReCOLS will insure Airman Scott Logsdon
1p ..v, 1ry k name for that special "lump of inetructions" that builders obtain their construction Enlisting: in the U.S. Air Force is
n '3is is a program, and that'swhat draw payments at the appropriate Scott F. Logsdon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
/. <11 FReCOLS is. times and in the correct Edwin C. Logsdon of Keystone
M 'I amounts as their buildings go up. Heights, Fl.Airman .
'1"1" FReCOLS I is the acronym for Builders depend on Fortune Federalto Logsdon entered the Air
-" "Fortune Real-Time Computer OnLine have their draw checks prepared at Force's Delayed Enlistment Pro-
J" ; i '. System." The way this program certain phases of construction so theyIn gram (DEP), which permitted him to
.._'. ".. ., handles loan information is.a new turn can pay their employees and depart on a selected; date within the
concept for the $1 billion savings and suppliers on time. next nine months. He selected October -
-; loan association headquartered in Besides mortgage and construction I, 1981 as his entry date for active -
f" Clearwater. loans, FReCOIJS will also be capableof duty, although he is already accruing -
...!--o--....... generating data about home improvement time in service for pay purposes -
.1 ..' FReCOLS produces all of the loans, mobile home loans as a member of the DEP.
-'- --'-- numerous legal documents that are and home equity loans. Airman Logsdon successfully completed -
Fortune Federal Has FReCOLS... necessary to process an applicationfor Six of Fortune Federal's 29 officesare a series of tests which qualified
a mortgage loan. equipped with FReCOIJS terminals Him to enter the Food Service
Federal Gary ,Backus, data systems officer for Fortune makes loan processing faster and more accurate at the "These strategically located Specialist field of training, after completing -
helped to design the FReCOLS program/ that 91 billion savings and loan association. Susie Hackett, loan data specialistat offices generate the numerous legal six weeks of basic military
Fortune Federal, states, "After a lending documents for the other Fortune training at Lackland AFB, Texas.
,loan applicant provides the names, Federal offices in their com- Airman Logsdon is presently atten-
more Lawtey News addresses and other pertinent facts, munities," states Gary Backus, data ding Keystone Heights H.S., and was
and the information has been entered systems officer for the $1 billion save enlisted into the Air Force by
from 9B into the system correctly, FReCOI ings and loan association. Sergeant Bill Carroll of the
pg. City, visited their parents Mr. and visited his brother Terry Futch and makes sure these data always appear Backus said that Fortune Federal'stop Gainesville Air Force Recruiting Office. .
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Friday after- Mrs. Terry Futch for 2 hours in Baptist 'correctly on all legal documents. You management is pleased with the :
Mrs. Glenn Shuford and noon. Hospital, Jacksonville,on Sunday
and Mrs. Nancy.Mr. Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly, of afternoon. Terry is lots better and is
the Danny are Jacksonville, are the proud parents of able to walk around the room. The
proud parents of
a son, Brandon a son, Brannon George, born in St. Ralph Futch's and their daughter,
Samuel, born
15 in
August St. VIn-
cent's Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville, Cristina will return home Monday.Mrs. .
Hospital Jacksonville. :
nal grandparents are Mr. and Mater-Mrs. Thursday, Aug. 6. Maternal grand- .Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville, The 9&4-829D
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- spent the weekend with her parents
John Mercer of Green Cove
Paternal Springs. ell. Paternal grandparents are Mr. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Mrs. Glenn grandparents Shuford of are Mr.. ,and and Mrs. George Kelly. The new baby Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boyette of
Lawtey.Mr. has a brother,Justin;who is spendingthe Jacksonville, were ,Sunday dinner
and Mrs..Frank Camp went to weekend with his grandparents, guests of their brother-in-law and Meat .
Jacksonville to celebrate their one- Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. sister, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
year-old twin nephews' birthday,sons Cortney Dougherty celebrated his Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee attended -
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon. 16th birthday last Sunday, August 2. a reunion of the graduating class of
Mt. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, Jr., of Mr and Mrs. Seeb Andrews of "41" of Landon High school in
Hinesville, Ga., are spendng 3 weeks Wildwood, .and Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Jacksonville. The reunion of old
vacation with their parents, Mr. and Boyer of Tampa, spent the weekend friendships was a two-day affair at 105 Edwards Road star--
Mrs. Cecil Hardee and .Mr. and Mrs. with her mother,. Mrs. Fred Moore. the Ponce De Leon Lodge in St Across from Bradford Square
M.D. Crapse, Sr. They attended a relative's wedding in Augustine.,
Mrs. Wayne Hardee and children Jacksonville on Saturday night. All of
spent Thursday with her parents,Mr them were Sunday dinner guests of Servicemen If you're tired of buying packaged meat..... ;
and Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey. .
Mrs. Wordie Melton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley had a Airman Anna M. Bailey YOU'LL LOVE, US!!
William Harris of Ocoee, spent the fathering at their home for Chief Enlisting in the U.S. Air Force is
weekend with her son-in-law and of Jacksonville, to Anna M. Bailey daughter of Mr. and We cut it fresh what want when want it
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie celebrate his retirement.,There were Mrs. Russell Griffis of Starke. you you
TesUni.: Mrs. Teston and her mother, approximately at least 30 guests pre- Airman Bailey entered the Air
Mrs. Mellon, visited her soninlawand sent. Force's Delayed Enlistment Program
daughter Mr. and Mrs Charles Lt. Col. James Dougherty flew to (DEP),Which permitted her todepart
Mosley of Highland r-. Saturday Washington, D.C. Monday and will go on a selected date within the ---- Opening Monday August 24
afternoon.Mrs. to school there. His wife and boys will next six months. She selected April
Patrick Henry re supper join him there in two weeks. 15, 1981 as her entry date for active
guests of their parents ... and Mrs. Capt. and Mrs. John Bloom called duty, although she us already accruing You call We deliver .
Charles Mosley of Higt md, on Sun- Monday; They had just returned from time in service for pay purposes
day afternoon.Mrs. their honeymoon in Italy. He is sta- Airman Bailey successfully completed Choice Western Beef Check our prices
Emory Eunice and daughter, tioned in Germany where he is a C-130 a series of tests which qualified Grade A'
Darlene, brought Deroq Eunice; t .tus,, ,9j her to enter the Mechanical field of .
grandparents Friday and he spent a'"1t" lq\tg jan&( Mrr James DougneYtyOharlostmi training,after completing'! 'sh! weeks na ......... vr1M'......1 wu ... wy.....". ? ; 1. _r.'i': '," .
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Henry Hodges and son Mark attended Mrs. E. McNeilly while there. A 1977 graduate of Bradford High F R.YERS \ ,1' ,,' ,,'
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l Final Registration for Fall Term Set at Santa Fe ,. 1 I,

I : There is still time to for the Classes begin Wednesday, August World History, Art Appreciation; ,
r t Fall Term at Santa Fe Community 26 and run through December 17. Social Fundamentals Sciences of, Introduction Phy. Science to, The the The Incredible Month of Savings From
College. Registration presently Humanities, Basic Math.Skills, and
Credit clases offered in Starke will
; underway at the Starke Center Office
;, I in Bradford High School which is open include Introduction to the Old Testament Business Law,II. Ford & Terwillegar Motors
daily from 8:00: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. with College Composition, For further information, please ; 5
a special evening registration on American Nat'l Government, Introductory office call
stop by our or Cindy
:I : p.m.Monday, August 24 from 8:00 8:00 Religions-20th Statistics Century,, Modern Major Zurfluh at 964-5382.. <, ,:, gow Through September 13, i

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1st Class Williams The Meritorious Service Medal is COL. MARTY CHASTAIN "
awarded for outstanding
Returns To NorfolkCoast non-combat specifically meritonous achievementor Marine Col. Marty D. Chastain, son '
service to the United States.. of Audley A. and Carmen Chastain of
Guard Electrician's Mate 1st His wife Sandra, is the daughter of Starke, has recently graduated from GET CASH REBATES
Class Charles E. Williams, whose Arlies Rose of Flaxton, N.D. Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)
wife, Linda is the daughter of QueenE. School.
Albert of 1115 Dell St., Starke, Thomas is a security police During the course at Camp Lejeune,
recently returned from a law enforcement superintendent. N.C., Chastain studied personnel administration FROM FORD
patrol in the Caribbean. Marine Corps historyand ;.
Williams is a crewmeiaber aboardthe Spec. Raymond Devore traditions, military courtesy plus
Coast Guard Cutter Cherokee, Spec. 4 Raymond W. Devore Jr., the principles and techniques of effec- i i
homeported in Norfolk Va. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. tive leadership. Practical application
During the six-week patrol the cut- Devore of Route 1 in Starke, has arrived periods on close order drill and a
ter boarded ten vessels for safety in- for duty at Fort Hood, Texas. rigorous physical fitness program
spections, seized one vessel suspectedof Devore, a mechanic, was previously complemented their classroom in
smuggling marijuana and helped assigned at Fort Knox, Ky. He is a struction.
locate and assist a distressed 1976 graduate of Bradford High Chastain has been meritoriously promoted
pleasure boat. School. to his present rank while serv- $
The Cherokee is a 205-foot long, ing with 2nd Battalion 6th Marines,
medium endurance cutter with a Barry S. Broadway Camp Le)eune, N.C.
crew of 72.Pvt. Completes Basic He received the accelerated promotion : O@
in of
recognition outstanding per-
Thomas Holliday Airman Barry S. Broadway son of formance, duty proficiency and
S. Broadway
Mr. and Mrs Larry abilities.
of demonstrated
Pvt. 2 Thomas A. Holliday son Keystone Heights, has been assignedto professional
and Mrs. Edwin A. Holliday of
Mr. Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.,
Keystone duty at Heights Hanau, West Fla.,Germany.has arrivedfor after completing Air Force basic AMN.JEFFREY LEDGER REBATE* REBATE*

Holliday,a field radio repairer with training. Navy Aviation Electrician's Mate
Battalion,was During the six weeks at LacklandAir Airman Jeffrey Ledger, whose wife '81 Ford 4x4 Pickups '
the 122nd Maintenance the airman on new on new 81 Ford 4x2 Pickups
Force Base, Texas, ,
is the of
previously assigned at Fort Gordon, Sandy daughter W.
Ga. studied the Air Force and mission received and Sylvia Quiette of Starke, has and Ford Broncos. Ford Couriers, Ford Vans,
organization and customs returned from to the
a deployment
human rela and Ford Club
special training in Western Pacific. Wagons.,
Sgt. Larry ThomasAir tions. Ledger is a member of Attack .
Force Tech. Sgt. Larry R. The airman will now receive Squadron 176, based at the Naval Air
in the
Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Beiinie specialized instruction Station Oceana Virginia Beach, Va.
Thomas of Brooker, has been communications-electronics systems During the 7 month cruise, his
decorated with the Meritorious Ser field. squadron was embarked aboard the
vice Medal at Dugway Proving Broadway is a 1980 graduate of aircraft carrier USS Independence,
Ground Utah. Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High School. participating in training exercises
with the U. S. 7th Fleet and units of
allied nations.
Obituaries. Port calls during the cruise were
made in Perth, Australia, and Port
Louis, Mauritius.His .
Home in Starke with Rev. Roman squadron flies the A-6E
Mrs.Janet C. StricklandMrs. Alvarez officiating. Burial was in "Intruder", an all-weather fighter
Janet Clara Strickland, 23, ol Crosby Lake Cemetery with Archie capable of air intercept as well as tactical -
Starke died Monday following an Tanner Funeral Home in charge. ol bombing to provide close air sup-
automobile accident in Citrus County. arrangements. port for ground troops.
Born in Lake City, Mrs. Strickland
moved to Starke at an early age and
Card of ThanksThe
attended schools in Bradford County.
First Class Lionel T. Edwardsof
Mrs. Strickland was self-employed as
of the late Arthmon
family Charleston Air Force Base, South
death and
an aide at the time of her
,Jr.wishes to thank their many
Carolina has
recently completed a
Methodist Faith.
was of the
friends and neighbors for their kind
6-week instructed in Richmond
Survivors include: her parents
of sympathy during our
Lake expression Va.While .
RH and Joanne Fill.Kingsley ;
bereavement. Our appreciation can-
In school, Airman Edwards
one brother,Richard Fill Starke;two
not be adequately expressed.
received instructional training air
sisters. Mrs Susan McClellan,Starke in
and Mrs, Terry Lynn Barrick, Special thanks to Carl Haile cargo drop.Six days each month,Ed-
Lawtey, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Funeral outstanding Home professional and staff work for their and wards receives training in the drop ?On? "retail sales Dealer contributes; part of the' money back
Ga. and zone. i
J.C. Roberson Baxley ;
and also thanks to *
courteous service -
Mrs. Lillian Mericle. Airman Edwards is a 1980 graduate I
grandmother Funeral services will be conductedat Rev. Leroy Davis. The Tyson FamilyAll of Bradford High School. He Is married :Ask AboUt the Muriitira&tis bfr Dollars) You Can Save on (
to the former Debbie Young. t
11:00: a.m. Thursday, (today)
August 20 at the Chapel of Archie and relativeswho They have one son, Christopher Lee. Ford Cars During This Incredible Month of.Savings ,
dear friends \
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. our Edwards if the son of Mr. and Mrs. i
M.E. Drake officiating. Burial will be helped us so much with treasureall support, Tommy F.,Edwards of Starke. l
and understanding
Archie in the Kingsley Tanner Lake Funeral Cemetery Home with, love of the help you gave us through our (Thunderbirds, Fairmonts, Mustangs & EXP)
of the loss of our loved '
saddened time
Starke, in charge of arrangements. Sp-4 R-;;; .uoiid DeVoeOn
one. Your friendship is very preciousto Dutv at Fort Hood
us and is appreciated beyond -
words. Specia 4 Raymond W. DeVoe Jr.,
Gerald Revere Alkire Family of Gerald R.Alkire son of Mr. and, Mrs. Raymond W
Gerald Revere Alkire,59,of Starke, DeVoe of Route 1,Starke FL, has ar-
died Wednesday, August 12, at rived for duty at Fort Hood Texas. Selected Used Cars
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Tanner: DeVoe
Veteran Administration Hospital in ,a mechanic,was previously .
Your concern and caring assigned for SVfc years in Germany
Gainesville, following an extended illness .-
throughout our time of despair will and now is assigned at Fort Hood,
always be remembered. Thank Texas. *"
Born in Haddan. Kansas Mr.

Alkire Department was employed of Transportation by the Florida in again Jeanette and Judith Alkire High He School is a 1976, Starke.graduate of Bradford 1981 Cougar XR7 Black/Red vinyl interior, 6 cyl

Starke and was a member of the

American Faith, Legion. He was of the Baptist Martie's Body Shop air & glass, AM-FM radio, wire wheel covers, power

Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Jeanrette Geiger Alkire Starke; one ____ 1 8ft. 231 s. 496-2679 steering & brakes, WSW tires, 10,000 miles !
daughter Mrs Judith Alkire Mood Lake Butler $149500
of Amelia Island; two brothers
Richard Alkire Belleville Kansas :..
and Edwin Alkire Ely Nevada; one Dupont Acrylic Paint -:
sister. Mrs. Arlene Bergstrom i "",
Burley" Idaho, one son, Robert Rear Exterior

sas Mrs.Alkire.; and Theresa Hutchinson one granddaughter.Hargrave Kansas Alkire; mother., Kan- Glass Window Sliding Reg.6995$95. Complete$15995Re 1980 Olds Omega 4 door, white/blue', air & glass, t

Funeral services were conducted at $250.
11:00 am Saturday,August IS at the we uo All types Of Glass WorkWatson's ...4 speed, 32,000 miles .
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral $599500
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GRAND OPENING 1980 Mercury Capri "RS" 3 door" Hatchback, 1-.i

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1979 Mercury Marquis Brougham 2 door,

Friday & Saturday August 21 & 22 ,23,000 I miles, power' windows, door locks,' seats,. AM-FM|

Belts Hats Jeans BootsWear it; radio, vinyl roof, one owner car. ;

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