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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

I0lst Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
50th Issue Thursday July 3, 1980 USPS 062-700

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Come,on, Let's Go to Work!

Mule, left and Jamaica kept up a steady banter of promelons with one hand. Mule sailed them up to Ronnie In State DOE FundsA
fanity as they tolled under the hot.'humid conditions of Autry In the truck.Outside camera range were Jesse Murphy
Whllehead's watermelon field. Easily hefting,the 30 pound and Alfred Jackson from Lake\ City.

$1.2 million Increase In state fun- "We can't even think about gettinga quired local effort in property taxes if
ding Is apparently set for Bradford tax roll printed until we know what it deems it prudent.
Whitehead Brothers schools for 1980-81.but local officials its going to be," Alvarez points out. Under the new funding formula the
By are still struggling to figure out just As Casey has previously county must raise$596,800 In local required
what the Florida legislature did to reported Supt.to the school board the value effort. Divided by the value of
education In the recent session. mill, it will
a 150000.
Watermelons Grown in Bradford County Said Best in State of an FTE unit (full-time equivalency be necessary approximately to levy 3.9 mills to raise
student) for 1980-81 is set at $1,100.14for
Supt. Tom Casey spent Tuesdayand
I that much money. School millage if
and value
Bradford County, the
Wednesday In Tallahassee
"Let's got" Mule hollered at the end of the raw when his Killmon,based this year at the Brooker Farmer's Market. meeting with the Department of will not decrease as in past years. the board levies only what is required
four compatriots wanted to sit in the shade for a few "The man with the plan," Whitehead says of Killmon,who Education officials on a myriad of FTC units are also weighted,called a will be under 4 mills com-
minutes instead of loading watermelons under the humid grows watermelons In Arcadia and brokers them on up school functions, Including funding. WFTE unit, according to the expenditures pared to 6.44 mills rquired In 79-80.
sun scorching the 25-acre Whitehead watermelon patch through North Carolina. Casey and some staff members spent necessary: in a course. The legislature1' also approved
Saturday. Independent trucker Bill\Lidstone, working for Killmon, Monday in Orlando in another Information Bradford's WFTE multiplied by the school construction at about half the
I "Let's go!" echoed Jamaica. "Let's go to work. Work was due out of the Whitehead field Saturday. Lidstone expected session, and Monday night 1100.14 equals the $6,434,638 the level of 79-80 and Supt. Casey is i
me til I drop. We'll go 'cause there ain't none of you can to deliver the Bradford-grown melons at the New Casey brought the school board up to district is due to receive from state doubtful if small Bradford will be able
outwork me!" The pair urged their Lake City partners on. York City Terminal Market at Hunt's Point by Monday date on the Information he had so far coffers in 1980-81, according to a June to get any of that. It will go to the J
One hand on the sideboards for balance and added morning. Udstone, from Maryland, hauls produce north don't know 30 report from the Division of Public larger counties, local: officials think.
"We what we're
strength, Mule tossed melon-after-melon and into the and returns with nursery stock. That the
up boar Schools, Research and Evaluation put damper on school
truck as the other three tossed them to him.Mule,the only Whitehead expects to ship 10 or 12 semi-loads of melons with, Supt. Casey told the Section of the Department of Educa- board plans for a $220,000 addition to
name he would give,was the smallest of the lot.He had to from his 40 acres.He has 35 acres of Charleston Greys andS when funds for transportation being tion. Hampton elementary that tins been
stand on tip-toe to muscle the melons up< over the acres of Crimson Sweets,which he calls a local melon. discussed, but that just as well could The$6.4 million Includes $253,009 In planned for the 80-81 term.
sideboards. The crew doing the back-breaking work of loading the have been said about most any area
funds dollars the
discretionary ,
Every melon that Mule lifted meant money for Barry melons travels north with the melon crop.They will leave the superintendent would have caredto school board can levy above the re See School Funds Page 2A
and 'Jerry Whitehead. The brothers have 40 acres of here next week, working their way up country. discuss. The legislature budgeted
'I melons this year. Whltehead's melons were the best the crew has seen $12 million for transportation, school
A seven-inch rain flooded the field and rotted alai firstplanting coming up the state said Ronnie Autry, the crewman buses, but to get It, each school .
r made March 5-6. They replanted, their melons loading the truck with the melons Mule served up. One district (county) must agree to ....... I AM YOURS .. .

I are coming in a little late-but they're.hitting just right for load contained 1,750 melons, and averaged 29 pounds per transport handicapped students, andthat's
," the big Fourth of July sale! melon. a new ball game for the school
!< Melons this year are bring from 4 tot cents per pound,a Other than the.Whitehead patch, watermelons are on board. I was born on July 4, 1776, and the Declaration of Independence
,; good price. Last year melons came In during the trucker the way out here. Wayne Parrish, Lavern Dyal. Jimmy Under a new state law effective July is my birth certificate..The blood lines of the
strike and growers couldn't get them shlpoed.f Hamilton, and the Whitehead Brothers are the only 1,anyone challenging any action of world run in my veins, because I offered freedom to the oppressed. -
g Jerry Whitehead Is selling his melrImker :Tom volume Bradford, ( growers, according to\local! ag source.' the school board must present a sound I things and people. I am the na
track of the pertinent part of the .. am..many many ,.
..11"llbiiay meeting,Casey) told the school board. tion., "

J t "' 3J>' '**ititt Yfwrstale Isw;$hitUeningIy about1six -,**mmim*,.,*- *>I)1; rr:... -i '.' v.4
: ScheduleMost weeks'the time the school board ,I am 220 million living souls' and: the, gilost of millionswho ,
have lived and died for me. ,' ; "
fyv has to submit a new budget, was also "
enacted. .
stores,businesses,all city '
:, and county offices, poet office, "It's been put to us," Supt. Casey I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. i stood at t Lexington
and banks will be closed Friday, said. and fired the "
July 4, Independence Day. Effective,July 1,the new law starts shot heard
o The exceptions are: preparation of a tentative budget July around the
,: TG&Y open 9:00: a.m. 8:00: 1, the date the property appraiser is
p.m. supposed to submit the tax roll. By world. I amWashington
E kerd's open 10:00: a.m.7:00: July 25 the school board Is supposed to ,
'.p.m.: hold a public hearing and adopt a tentatlv. Jefferson and
I!. Winn-Dixie and Piggly Wiggly budget, In the past the te... PatrickHenry.
t 'open 8:00: a.m. 1:00: p m. tatlve budget has been approvedsometime "
I
i. : Pantry Pride open 9:00 a.m. in August and finally ap- am
t. :::.;:00 proved by Oct. 1. John Paul
school
I Y. 'VA11 offices will be closed This summer, however the tax roll Jones, the
'Thursday and Friday,July and. la late, probably'by about 25 days. Green Moun-
Local school officials are fervently tain Boys and '
: :'.3I hoping this week that Property Jim-
: my Alvarez will be even later than DavyCrockett.
I .. I am
(Crier; that.Alvarea said Tuesday the Bradfordtax Lee and Grant and Abe Lincoln.I .
ffilie (Sown : vi n crrt roll will be 20 to 25 days late.

,' although a 60 day extension has been remember the Alamo the Maine and Pearl Harbor.
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approved by the state Department of
j't : # ,r Revenue.'Primary reasons Alvarez When freedom called I answered and stayed until it was

! ( .,. 'says, are: I) some values need over, over there. I left my heroic dead in Flanders Field,

,,.\ : 1 The.Fruit: of Their'Labor... reworking and :2) changing rural on the rock of Corregidor, on the bleak slopes of Korea and
route addresses
of Vietnam.
' in the steaming jungles
Barry,left,and jerry Whitehead examine watermelon that would. end up at The tax roll is also hampered by the
\ a, New York market Monday morning. ''upcoming Sept. 9 vote on giving "
;' .:: "We'll make little money, said Jerry. The Wbltehead brothers expected to $23,000 homestead exemption for all I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheatlands of Kansas and
.; -, t ship IQ to 12 semI-trucks north from their 40-acres of watermelons.Melons are millage, not just school taxes. If approved the granite hills of Vermont. I am the coal fields of the
scarce this year, the price good, and the Whllebeads are among those havingthe that will take about$30 million Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fertile lands of the West
) best crop the..loading crew up from south Florida has seen this Hummer. of property value off the tax roll. the Golden Gate and the Grand Canyon. I am In-

dependence Hall, the Monitor and the Merrimac.
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I.t t City Council Borrows $600,000 I am big. I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific... my

MIDAYJUIV4: arms reach to embrace Alaska and Hawaii... 3 million
tt
I INDIPiNOINCIDAYHA square miles throbbing with industry. I am more than 4

VIA SAM ONI 11 I Io million farms: I am forest, field, mountain, and desert. I

"'f'--- For Sewer 'Grant Matching Fundschosen T am quiet villagesand cities that never

o -JY4QNDAY.lUty__ _7 ?-. sleep ,
I ELKS tODGI-1101

t.i 'Covered llh..1,00 P.M.' Wiggling;: :' wa'J'i: through' an -the'decision: by; the S-woman 1-man by the engineering firm, is the You can look at me and see Ben
MKn"OO..M.I' .
ri ... .. $847,000 courtorder'I'ettlemen' for Jury..EPA.. agreed two, weeks agosunder latest step. Franklin walking down the streets of
,k '" 'LAWTIYCOUNClL'I' land dump.'..wer.elfiuent .on, the its grant terms to pay 79 per. The city is now up to the big push a Philadelphia with his breadloaf under his
Starke council .borrowing'' cent of the$847.000 leaving the city to multimillion dollar effort under
f!.. .. ,,30 ruM. : city arm.. You can see Betsy Ross with her
I' .}. .* 1600,000, from Its. fiscal agent.,, H.lr' come: up,with$211,000: or.23 percent. which the city's fewer plant will be needle. You can see the light of I
'
.Hennan Ir Co", Consultants.It ./ '"The eity'commiseiod ampanded and effluent will be sprayed -
agreed Tuesday
I.AD'OIDCOUNTYt -
ok Christmas and hear the strains of "Auld
la all part of a now six-year-long night borrow 6O In on the 350 acres rather than dumpedInto ,
COMMISSION M to. .09O
t -; : A.M"t effort to expand and Improve the citysewer :revenue bond anticipation\ notes from Alligator Creek., Lang Syne" as the,calendar turns.
treatment,plant and water The project started
improvement
t Hennan & Co. for two year at 8
i .; ___TUHOAY..IVLU. system through) a multi-phase 75-25 per annum. The council percent ,anticipates when EPA refused to allow Starke to I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 108,000 school
grant from the U.S. Environmental continue to dump effluent In the
certificatesto
r UAHCMU1INO Protection Agency. The ,city con. selling revenue creek, and required the city to and colleges, and 333,000 churches where my people worxship
1 : at luntMn Aim cover the $600,000 plus interest at
It. :-. ... .... demned 350 acres 'on 0 VS-301 south some future date. The bond Issue! will Chlorinate its water attain a degree God as they think best. I am a ballot dropped in a box,
-: lOOKIft COUNCIL owned by Fred Mueller for an effluent be leu than f I million Clerk Merrill Of purity the present facility could not the roar of a crowd in a stadium and the voice of a choir in
y ;"- 7130 P.Mr :nf spray site paid an appraised figure of Edwards believes and Herman laid reach with the amount of extraneous a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspapefand, a letterto
',.*', It.. ... .. 1JOO per acre, or some$400,000.and Tuesday night the future Issue will not ground water leaking Into sewer\lines
I Mueller went to court and suit. and flowing through the a Congressman.
:-y!,." HAMPTON COUNCIL 'won a go over $l million. c plant.
for$2,700 acre Atone time.the city was stopped '
per mustS
the loan
JA.r"IHUI5DAY. Payment on 1600,000
'1J;>,,'-. "Hr Thus the city owes Mueller an additional be made on July 1 and February I ,from: hooking more customers onto I am Ell Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Tom Edison,
.: ,: $847.000., which officials have each year. The loan I II subordinate to the sewer system"because" of the low Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace Greeley, ..
) .JULY 18 -_ been scratching to come up with since outstanding utility revenue bond "efficiency' rating .. : 'Will Rogers, and the Wright brothers. I am George,
f I members
Just three council
.iSi: : M. The of the neededfor : were
I. -,CHAMtl MUTING part $600.000 not Washington Carver Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk.
.: #: lltl I the city's portion of the settlement present Tuesday night to vote on the. .'-' .
: Index. will be used for. EPA bond loan vice-chairman Tod Oglesby.
further
*t'; O.lIooIou..nt. .,, matching fund, according to city attorney Harold Epps and Charles Scbaefer. I am Longfellow, Harriet: Beecher S- Stowe,; Walt Whitman, {
'. Two... -. George Pierce, Council chairman Vernon Silcox and i and Thomas Paine. '

Courtesy OfJACKSON alCiIiON As ; ,." ,?> Work on- the sewer improvementand Councilman Wilbur' Water were'not >>'. .'.
M.W.V4 .$It"., i''I..Pape'1A-iA' expansion project began back In present. Yes I am the nation,and these are the things that lam.,I
t. BUILDING piterlai.. .w {' r f ,r....."4Aas 1074' under engineer Don Ruckman of r 0 conceived freedom and God willing in freedom I
.. was in ,
+ertef.lt..aP..e( A Bessent Hammock fr Ruckman of -
SUPPLY Of stark.s I '...1.... Afuiuu ..,.A411A.l Jack onvUleSi)-'fay grant monies, !I i ,Hall, Flynn will spend the rest of my days.
*.al.AMMlH.... iPage 11A have been paid the city to plan the
; + ..H"'Y jo i s Qtf4-.eo.ra ter, .CTIOM .< project; examine the interior existing 'Throw Hats In RingSee May I possess always the integrity,'the courage and the
....J.Ii.yaOne' H.gMS ...... .. .....,..... .'. .'4B sewer lines and to Install collars to unshackled to remain a citadel of
Hwy 00 And 21 A ,CI..rt: . .pa. IS to seal leaks in existing lines. strength keep myself ,
.. 473-4973. C aalft..*: -,-,s.' v!.."..., til Buying Mueller' land.. the) site Page 2 freedom, and a beacon of hope to the world.r : .



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Page 2A TELEGRAPH July 3, 19M I II


. Several New Names Surface for Upcoming I : ElectionSeveral


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faced In the new Bradford'candidates County have election sur mons as announced candidates for'the Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown Sheriff Dolph Hart. Several other candidate have

with qualifying set to begin Tuesday Lawrence Reddish, Superintendent of Schools been rumored but none.has announced -
July 8, at noon and ends Tuesday Ju- dealer told the Mosley, Starke Tire Tom Casey, or Property Appraiser yet fIn > r
ly 22 at Telegraph Wednes- Jimmy Alvarez. All District J, County Commissioner
noon. day June 25, that he plan to seek / }
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seriously considering reelection. Maxie Carter Jr., has indicated he alll'n
school Rodney board Hall, a former four-terra county running for the Group One Supervisor of Elections: ) Neva Flynn will seek a second term.So far,no op-
member announced FrIday commission seat against has drawn position has
announced
opposition with the an- against him.
June 27 that he was going to veteran Commissioner Dave Shuford. nouncement that School Board Member
Sandra S. Norman J.R. (Jim)
seek his seat sack and will oppose Incumbent -., No opposition has surfaced for would seek the post. Lawson, District S, filed the

school board Vernon Parmenter in the County Judge Elzle S. Sanders Clerk County Commissioner Hazel Paulk establishing a, campaign bank papers ac-

did not District Four race. Hall has announced that she would not be a count with the supervisor of elections
run In 1876 after
the school board. 16-years on candidate for a new term as the office. So far no one has announced
Group Five plans to ,
commissioner. Announced run against him.
Emmett for B. Akrldge has joined the candidates Include Wilbur Waters, The first primary will be held Tues
race become tax collector which will {t Starke City Commissioner; former day, September 9, and the runoff
vacant in January when Starke Mayor-Commissioner Joe primary is scheduled for Tuesday
retires veteran county official J.R. Kelly Warren, and businessmen Homer October 7, if necessary.

Akridge has filed papers
establishing a campaign bank account
with the supervisors of elec- Plaque for the Chairman

tions office at the Bradford County Rodney llto Run .: Veteran Bradford Shuford
County Hospital Trustee George receives a bla
Courthouse in Starke. He ;
joins Chief gue
t i-rt from Methodist
Tax Collector Esther Hospital President Marcus E. Drewa after serving the last.
Deputy
Shuford two years as chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Administrator' Dave
Hall/, former Starke Mayor Carl Hurst Trustee Libby*nd.:.
Secretary-Treasurer
and real estate salesman Steve Sim- For School Board Post Lucille Green look on ::



School Y Former school board member re-election last term. He was chairman Hospital $96,000 in Black :;: ::
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Rodney P. Hall announced Monday of the board for several
years.
Y June 30, he will again be a candidate Hall was also active in the Florida '
Page IA) for election to District 4 of the school School Board Association and served Bradford County Hospital In Starke said in the past residents front'
Funds..crom board now held by Vernon as an officer In the state association was $96,000 in the black for the first University Hospital in Jacksonville'. !
Parmenter. for years eight months of fiscal year through have been used and .
things have
"We're not going to be able to build ..,,; Hall served on the school board for Hall, 49, la a life-long resident of the end of May, according to the ten tight because of a high turnover gqt- ,

Hampton?" asked Chairman Arthur Rodney P. 16 years, 1961-1978, but did not seek Bradford County and lives in figures presented by Marcra E. rate at this time of the year with those;'
Hall Drewa
Gaskins. Theressa. He is married to the former president of Methodist doctors. J.
For SelloolBclardBradford Hospital Foundation which : ii: 1
Janice
"We may not. It's borderline" Dansby. They are members of operate
Casey replied. Hope Baptist Church In Theressa.The the local facility on a management

A 56.000 renovation of the BHS will Halls have two sons: Richard, a stu- contract.In May. the Prayer Service -,.:::: \
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dent hospital lost but ,
still be done with funds at St.Johns River Community $6,60
already In College, and the overall figures show the hospital At Pine : !
hand Steve, a student at Cen- Valley :'
tral Is In the black. Drewa told the .
The board might as well plan to purchase Supervisor Neva Flynn Hall Florida Is an employee University.relations of trustees at the monthly dinner board The Pine Valley Congregational I 4
furniture
for the super-
addition at Holiness
Church will have '
Lawtey Elementary from visor with the DuPont Company. He meeeting Monday,:June 30, at 6:30: a 24-hour: \
operating prayer service beginning today.
funds Casey said, because he doesn't serves as training supervisor for Du- pm.Figures : (
Thursday July 3) ate and ,
were also p.m. continuing -
believe there will be capital outlay Will Seek Pont's local plants. He is also a May of this the released that In through Friday, July 2, at .
Re-election retired U.S. Army Reserve year rescue service
dollars enough for that. and presently Officer, lost 1,381 as compared to losing$5,838 pm.You ;;6. ,t
The serves as a master
board
was also told Monday
in May 1979.Through may bring your prayer request.
sergeant in the Florida May 31 of this '
nigm mat a special cunning is needed National to the church .
Guard at Camp year the rescue service has lost or phone 964-8494 before.-
for Blandlng.
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handicapped students to be housedat Neva 8 p.m. Thursday. Someone will, be
Bradford Flynn, veteran supervisor of In announcing Hall that he 7.438.96, an increase from a similar
Middle School, or elections, announced Monday June has a genuine interest says in how the period last year when the service lost praying over this request for the full, ;
perhaps Starke Elementary next 30, she will be a candidate for M5.35074.naminisiraior. 24 hours, according to Rev. David.;:
year. Handicapped students have reelection school. system is run, and, if elected. : Hodges! the pastor. .
subject to the
Democratic ,
Dave
Will strive to represent the of Libby reported
needs and
special people
a regular portable Party Primary set for Dr. Manuel
classroom Tuesday Sept. Bradford County in a Maralit. Keystone
won't be the best solution. dignified man-
.* ner, Heights physician,had resigned from r
applying
At 9.Mrs. good business
Supt. Casey's sense,
board suggestion the Flynn will face challenger in with a concern for people. the medical staff of the hospital. effective -
from Lawtey approved moving a portable the upcoming election in Mrs. Sandra Hall cites his years of school board June 25, 1980. Maralit is now on
Elementary to BMS to Norman who announced the staff of Union
previously.Mrs. experience, his Generaillospitalin
house the handicapped program, but profession as an industrial Lake
Instructed that the move be delayedas Flynn first took office by appointment y v trainer, and his many years Libby Butler.stated since osiautwrraaftiaMile f 111
long as possible while the board of the governor In 1963 to .6 .t of management in Industry and the the staff there has been Dr. Maralit left (
searches for funds to build a properly fill the unexpired term of the retiring military as qualification for the office in the a small drop
outfitted building, probably the size of Marian L. Crosby. In 1964 Mrs. Flynnwas school board He also points out the daily is census of the patents.The .e .4 i
two portables.It elected to the office by Bradford public schools are the county's hospital averaging 30 dal- \.
there is County voters and has served largest business, and the Bradford '
appears no way the han for four '
dicapped project will be approved by consecutive terms without opposition. County School Board employs the Libby reported that the new x-ray Put your house on 'I
equipment is
the state Department of Education In announcing for re-election Mrs. largest group of people. Moreover he installed and that In the It processbe hooked my low-energy 'I
continued
(DOE) in time for school in August the county's most precious ,
Flynn noted that at the up within a month. dietl
Supt. Casey told the board, and time of her appointment gift Is its youth. ;
gested a portable classroom be sug- the title of the office was "It Is our responsibility to educate Drewa reported that a review of the Gordon's 1
.
moved
from "supervisor of registration." Since them well, in a moral environment," emergency room/ medical staff .., ,
the Lawtey Elementary to house that time the title has been changed to Hall says, coverage was being made by all five 6th year ot Service 'j
handicapped program which the supervisor of elections hospitals that his Arm 473.4777
school board has agreed to operate in- describes the which better manages. He I :

county this coming term. sibilities of the office additional respon- .. = .I l ;i iII
Asked by Chairman Gaskins his 1
opinion of moving the portable, BMS Mrs. Flynn's continued pledge of < rr"w ,I

Principal Dewey McKinney pointedouL.handioapped'students'yrave '; service, to the ps>pie of Bradford ."""' ., N'e, )
County*Is'.to conduct their office of 0', ." r..H. _....t Jlj r li a h + 11\E

special needs, such as running water supervisor of elections In the fair, impartial Supervisor kt f
and toilets in a classroom. A regular manner as she has in the past. Neva Flynn J {

McKinney would not said.satisfy that requirement, Seeks ReelectionSummer r

"You've been a r
solution," the BMS princidpalssaaid.f
County
After hearing that Gaskins said he
couldn't see moving a portable Public Library
classroom from LE if that is a less Goes ChineseWhat SwimProgram
than satisfactory solution. And, the
board doesn't know if the handicapped is a Wok? How do you use it?
program will be approved board Oriental style cooking Is gaining
member J.T. Parrish added. rapid popularity as is oriental food. SetA
Something twice the size of a Learn about some of the cooking
regular portable classroom is what Is methods and utensils-see them summer swimming program for
being talked about, Gaskins said. demonstrated and taste the results. 400 students has been approved by the
In the end, the board approved Background Information and pam- Bradford school board to operate the
moving the portable from LE, but phlets will be provided. first two weeks of August at Kingsley
asked There will be two for Lake in Camp Blanding.
Supt. Casey to wait as long as programs:
possbile to see if handicapped project school age children (K-8) 10 A.M.; for 479 students ((37 from Hampton
will be approved making funds young adults and adults 2 P.M., on Ele., 172 from Starke Ele., 50 from
available to build a more suitable Thursday, July 10. Free chopsticks to Brooker Ele., 60 from Lawtey Ele.,
place to house the program.In children under age 12. Come and and 160 from Southside Ele.) have
learn. pre-registered for the program spon-

other action, the board set a The Library's special guest speakerwill sor4 by the Community Education
special meeting next Thursday July be Alicia M. Homrich, Extensior P>uL am coordinated by David
10, at 7 p.m. to open bids on the Home EconomicdMAgent. Smit. It will be first time since 1973
renovation of the Bradford High gym- These programs will begin our that the school board has operated a
nasium.A Energetic Summer Library Program summer swimming program.
topic re-agendaed for July 10 Is the statewide theme for A staff of approximately 24, headed
retaining an accounting firm to do the Florida Public Library Summer Pro- by Coach Mike Sexton who headed the
Internal accounts of the school grams. You can get E.S.P. at the former summer program, is being
system. Supt. Casey was instructed to Bradford County Public Library. hired for the swim program this sum-
notify accountant Randy Johns that a Take advantage of this special oppor- mer.
firm is being sought. Pat Farnsworth tunity for young people to learn more An instructor-student ratio of 1-12 I
has been doing the internal accounts about the world and their place in it will be maintained Smith told the
audit and has indicated the same with books, films records, and people school board. Fascinatingly feminineWHI"
price of 13,500 will hold again this to help them find something they Six or eight buses will be used to : :
year, Supt. Casey said. want to know. transport students. Pickup points will .+ / 'nd GOLD
be at the elementary schoo 5. ;

Two- -- .nu.oo......Inn._ _nl. _.._..."w., ..."" "_'m...... ._._._. French.Provincial for mllaa s boudoir

. Nutrition planned. A complete registration, requiring 1-- with genuine PIONITE plastic I
4-County Workshop Held HereSchool a fee of$6 to offset transportation tops i'

costs, will be held at the vo-tech f i for.carefree beauty! '
food service personnel from UNF, in conjunction with the Nor. center. Only those who preregistered ,r, s
Bradford County participated In a theast Florida Educational Consortium will be allowed to participate (
10-day (60 hour) Nutrition/Human sponsored the workshop. By the end of next week Smith plans :1 SALE
Relations Workshop from June 920. Dr. Whittle presented new Ideas in to have the details of the program
nutrition and how to Include these mapped out and be ready to go.
Held in the Bradford High ideas In meal planning. Dr. Kelly '.4.
cafetorium for school food service presented methods of Interaction Twin Canopy lIed.S139.95'

personnel from Baker, Bradford, among school lunch personnel and T.VeB.SW. CQ,! Canopy Frame. 21.95 .
Levy and Union counties, the ways to communicate with school I Single Dresser ...169.95
workshop was conducted by Dr. personnel and students
according to Framed
Heath Whittle and Dr. John Kelly Bradford Food Service Supervisor dar Mirror. .. ,.24.95 _
from the University of North Florida. Delores Morgan. I '46" Desk. . 149.95 '

$2900 & up Large Hutch . 99.95

The mystique Lingerie Chest. : 149.95 .
Scout
_ Troop 518 Raft sets Record COLOR $90 of French artistry. Bachelor Chest. .119.95 .. .

/ .Small Hutch.. ;. .., 74.95
Slirke & C'est fantastlquel-
Boy Scout Troop 518 ended a Mark and Troy Townsend comprised UpHwy '" .
six-day raft trip down the Suwannee the winning team. 301 S, In Lawtey French-Inspired
femininity to
river Friday June 14 on a winning Winston Barber and Richard give 4 :.: ::
located the '
at Garrard Mold you of
note. Nine members of the Mayben Co. setting your.
troop accompanied the boys on the dreams. Graceful ..
covered a two and one half mile race trip. 782-3162 lines finished -
course in record time and brought In delicate white richly trimmed .. .
home a blue ribbon to show for their with subtle gold. Vive. la F.rancel) .. .. .
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efforts. ;
The troop, sponsored by the Church Christ It's AFaat .
You Can e
I of Jesus Christ of Latter DoD.M-.rAr '
Day Saints .
on Bessent Road launched their raft Lutheran ChurchBible Since 1925 'L: ,ri34

"Jaws" at Branford Monday _. :=
morning -- ,.. .
June 9 and camped at Lafayette boat Class +.." Wu .
Recessedfor
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landing Guornto Springs. Hart Springs I' IHMMK-.tU,.... VA ;;.
Fanning Springs and Clay Lan- Summer Months. 110..
ding north of Manatee : .'i'
Springs on successive WORSHIP .
nights.Friday's SERVICE. 7 P.M. .,;,

race spanned a stretch Keystone bans Club

between Fanning Springs and Clan Keystone Heights, Fla
landing Scouts Mark Barber David ..
; Call
Black; David Eraser; Ricky and 473-4177 9 to 5 pm. W, Cal IN. .1..111111.. PIL :l _:r..

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S Jailed, Judge and Sheriff Crack Down


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.(-. ). n Vietalante-Stvle'-': ... Justice in Hampton.-. Rules Hampton ;


:::CB'maxlng a week of turmoil in The citizens made it, clear they "If you Interfere you will have,to uniformed, 'marked and unmarked.We ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RESTRICTIONS
Hamilton, Bradford County Judge wanted Kirchaine to leave Hampton. pay the consequences. I think It is will actively seek those who are
.Elzie S. Sanders last Friday June 27. Curtis pointed out Kirchaine wanted really appalling for the court educate violating the law. We will focus on 1. Any criminal mischief or destruction of any private or public property of any
Issued IS restrictions City of Hampton West then to take this action to have to those known violators," Reddish said. value In violation of any provisions of Florida law. Florida Statute Chapter 811.
residents and different groups of peo- offered to take up a collect for bus you on what should be a day-to-day As the Telegraph went to press
jrte must abideby or risk being arrested fare for Kirchain and his wife to experience," the Judge said. order was restored to the City of 2. Reckless or careless operation of any motor vehicle on the streets or public
for contempt of court. move to West Virginia. A We are a community of people. We Hampton and no further arrests have thoroughfares of Hampton and Bradford County Florida. Florida Statute
=:';twill not hesitate to do what la According to Curtis, after the group do not operate as individuals. When been made. Chapter 322.
:necessary to maintain the peace ofIhercommunity turned to go back Inside City Hall to you take it upon yourself to address a One matter was also resolved during
," Judge Sanders told resume the meeting, Kirchaine again grievance then you are violating thelaw. the hearing when Starke Attorney 3. Public Intoxication or public consumption or possession of open containers of
40-odd present at the meeting. started shouting at the citizens.: You are no better than the person J.J. Wolbert, representing Harden- any alcoholic beverage on the streets or highways.
""_We will have no de facto vigilante .who violated the law." Sanders said. brook, announced to the court that his
groups roaming' this community. "You don't judge me. Who are you "You cannot be the judge.You can client had resigned as advisor to the Possession of any drug or controlled substance on the public and private property
Those violating due process will have to judge me," Kirchaine was heard to not be the Individual law enforcement Hampton City Council. Earlier this in Bradford County. Florida Statute 893.
to pay the consequences" the Judge ..y. officer. The only time you can be the year Hardenbrook volunteered to
added. Four carloads of citizens armed Jury hi when you are sitting in the Jury serve as an advisor to the council at 4. Loitering or prowling at any place at any time which pursuant to Florida
Sheriff!! Dolph Reddish, In a lengthy with guns patrolled Hampton after box" he said."There no salary. He is employed in the property Statute 836.021 causes alarm for the property and safety of citizenry.
speech at the hearing, promised to ar- ,the meeting which resulted In the arrest is no reason the court appraiser's office and is not an
rest'Violators of the taw and to in- of Kirchaine on a disorderly intoxication should be lecturing you on something attorney.The 5. Reckless or Improper exhibition of any weapons or firearm. Florida Statute
crease patrols In Hampton. charge.Kirchaine was heldin you should have learned In civics court Indicated that if Harden- 790.10.
Sanders issued his edict during a the Bradford County Jail In Starke. Class in school," Sanders said. brook had not resigned that the court
1>4 hour special hearing In which 28 Four other persons were arrestedas Immediately after Judge Sanders would have filed a complaint with the 6. The mere possession or wearing or exhibiting any weapon or firearm In any
Hampton residents were subpoenaedto part of the crackdown by officials adjourned court,Sheriff Reddish talked Florida Bar to conduct an Investigation -, manner.
appear because of their knowledgeor and were held In the local Jail until to the group and issued a warning. Into the matter of Hardenbrook
participation in some of the events. Monday June 30. Eichelsderfer wasarrested "We will Increase our patrol. advising the Hampton City Council.Judge's 7. The discharging of any firearm In public or near the public. Florida Statute
The hearing was set by Judge ;; on a charge of exhibition of a 790.15.
Sanders at the request of Bradford dangerous weapon.. Randall Moore
County Sheriff Dolph Reddish.A and John Crawford were charged 8. The possession of any concealed firearm or weapons. Florida Statute Chapter
A ( at a home on CR-325 about a with disorderly conduct. Restrictions Readat 790.01.
half-block from CR-18 Sunday even- William Kimberly was arrested
ing June 22, seemed to be the spark Friday night, June 27. as he drank a 9. The possession of any destructive devices. Florida Statute 790.161.
that lit the fuse in the Hampton area. beer in front of a house in Hampton In Hampton Council
Reports were received that many violation of section three of Judge MeetingAbout 10. Any loud or boisterous conduct of any openly profane nature where Indecentor
threats and feuding groups were Sanders' order which prohibited obscene language occurs. Florida Statutes 847.04; 847.05.
riding around the city armed with "public Intoxication, or public con 25 residents and other places were displaying the
guns, referred to by Judge Sanders as sumption or possession of open containers al Hampton CityaCouncilmeeting restrictions handed down by the 11. 'Any threats to do violence or harm to any person committed on public or
vigilante style. of any alcoholic"beverage on Friday, June 27, called by court. private property. Florida Statute Chapter 784.
The house was owned by Mary the streets or highways. Mayor Ted B. Curtis Sr. to alert the Phillips'pointed out that anyone
Brown and was rented by Shirley and Kirchaine Is still in jail serving a residents about a show cause order caught violating the restrictions 12. The Inciting or encouraging any demonstration or riot. Florida Statute 870.01.
Samuel Blchelsderfer. They reportedto 120 day sentence after he was con issued by Bradford County Judge would be arrested 'and taken to the
'authorities that they saw some victed Monday.June 30, of two March Elzie S. Sanders listing 15 different Bradford County Jail In Starke and 13. The unlawful assembly of three or more persons which constitutes a breach of
youths throw an object Into their 28 traffic cases in County Court by a violations in an attempt to cool off held without bond. the peace. Florida Statutes 870.07.

home that set It ablaze, according to jury. problems that had been taking place He explained that Sheriff Dolph
Ordered to'appear at the hearing obstruction of the due execution of the law orders by law enforce-
Bradford County Sheriffs Department in Hampton during the proceeding, Reddish has pledged his assistanceand 14. Any upon
records. were: Sam and Shirley Eichelsderfer.' days prior to the meeting.The that deputies from the Sheriffs ment officers. The failure to obey a lawful command. Florida Statutes Chapter
A investigation by the Sheriffs Jasper Byrd Anne Byrd, Beverly show cause order was officially Department would be assisting in 843.
Randall
Department and State Fire Marshal Forsyth, Timmy Kirchaine served on Mayor Curtis and Marshal be things down.'
Edgar Aid of Jacksonville is still being Moore, Larry Moore, Lee Harden- Fred Phillips about 30 minutes priorto Councilwoman Jane Hall said she 15. These restrictions are not limited to the above-enumerated. The violation of
conducted into the circumstancesof brook Jackie Brooks, Barry Moore. the start of the meeting by Brad' had contacted the American Civil any law or the obstruction of any effort to maintain peace In the community shall
the fire.During Timmy Newmans, Jerry Newmans, ford County Deputy Sheriffs Don A. Liberties Union to see if anyone's be Included.
the next several days after Ted B. Curtis, Sr., Ted B. Curtis, Jr., Denton and Eugene Lee who came to Constitutional rights had been
the fire some citizens sided with the Hank Lott Wilton Hart, Charles Mc- Hampton to serve the papers on the violated. l
accusers and others with the accused Cullough, Marshal Fred Phillips city officials. Phillips pointed out that the restric-
with the dispute coming to a head Sammy Waters, Dale Bradley, John Curtis and Phillips were aware of tions come from Florida State Laws THE BRADFORD
I Tuesday June 24, when a number of Casner. Doug Koehler. Wayne the contents as they along with 28 passed by the Legislature down. COl'NTY TELEGRAPH
) citizens held a concerned citizens Crawford Harry Baker, Monte other people, were subpoenaed to ap- the years. Published every Thursdayat
meeting Hampton City Hall. Moore. John Crawford and William .pear in court day at : Curtis' told the persons at the 138 W.Call Street
t While the citizens were meeting Kimberly.eg which time Judge Sanders explained meeting that the council will Insist Card of Thanks Starke Florida 32MI
J Timothy Kirchaine 29,came up to the and Jacksonville TV the show cause order. Details of the that the marshal does his job
side:window where he was observed Station Channel 4 were refused per-. court hearing may be found this fueding. Our sincere appreciation to Second Class postage paid at
\ waving a wine bottle and was heard mission by Judge Sanders. to film the elsewhere In the Telegraph. He explained that deputies from the everyone who extended their comforting Starke.Florida

ranting at the people Inside Mayor hearing. Curtis read the show cause order at Sheriff's Department would back up sympathy during our recent sorrow
Channel 4 came to Hampton and marshal., Subscription I I Rates:
Curtis says. the special meeting., the ,
A-group of citizens then went out- showed armed residents on their Jacksonville Channel '4 filmed the Curtis asked those present to give In trade area: '..00 per year
I side according to Curtis to talk to newscasts during the height of the meeting and aired the Hampton problems the show cause order by Judge The Barnaiukas Family 13.00 MX months

Kirchaine. controversy. on its newscasts during the, Sanders a chance to work.'If .
week. it doesn't work we will impose a Outside trade area: f 10.00 per year
Phillips read the list of 15 restrictions curfew" Curtis said.: ,. 19.50 six monthsStOOD'

Kirchsfpn Sentenced which many of the store owners
Timothy
> and other individuals have posted

around. the city. "
t! Some concern was expressed at the r

Traffic qtw:rgs t,,1'1 t\,\ 'appeared city council a't meeting the meeting.because'only 25 r ''

'. After '45 minutes of deliberation, a Moore testified that after they Several days before,at a concernedcitizens ,
' four man-two woman Bradford County drove In behind Kirchaine on the dirt meeting, between 50 and 75
t .Jury found Timothy Wayne Kir- road that he got out and grabbed one residents showed up and later that
,,7 I chains, 29, of Hampton, guilty of of the lights off Klrchaine's vehicle. same night reports Indicate 150 persons
'i; wilful and wanton reckless driving Cathy Barton of Starke was the were stirred up by events which lesFn
, and the of accident. started with a house fire Sunday
leaving scene an third person in the Brooks vehicle and
Kirchaine was sentenced by Judge she testified that Kirchaine struck the night June 22. ,
Elzie Sanders to serve 120 days In the Brooks vehicle as it was standing still Curtis ,explained that businesses
Bradford County Jail in Starke. in the street. _
The charges stemmed from an Hampton Mayor Ted B. Curtis, Sr. EE CmmmmECn"1NG
automobile accident last March 28 in testified that he had been riding with
in which Kirchaine was In-
Hampton Marshal Fred Phillips and that
volved in a wreck with another vehi- Phillips had gone into the Handyway YOU _
cle. Store and Curtis said he was 30-35 feet
.Vickie Brooks 26, of Hampton. from where the Brooks vehicle was AUTO
testified that she and two other persons struck from behind by Kirchaine. fjl74"
were In her car and had just Curtis said Kirchaine left the scene KNOWBy
backed! up from a parking area at the and headed west on CR18. PREMIERS '
Moore resident into Davison Street Trooper W.M.Abrams testified that
Gene Ross
and had come toe stop. She said Kir- he could not locate Kirchaine after he S 1,000 IN O
chaine turned left from CR-18 and arrived at the scene of the mishap. __ SAVINGS
struck\ her vehicle from behind as she Abrams testified he went to the house * :STARRING
Q. I've A f?
just
put a new *
had stopped her car. where Kirchaine had parked his vehicle .
carburetor
Brooks testified Kirchaine then and was unable to get anyone to. Pontiac Catalina.on my Now, 1977 It FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
backed up and left the scene and she come to the door.
starts fine and
followed his vehicle down a dirt road runs great
until It warms up. Then it
where she testified Kirchaine agreedto
begin to cut out or III ...
vehicle fixed.
pay for having the 9 Vote
Sept. The electrical
U
system
',
She testified that there was $341
fine.What do I check next?
damage to her vehicle according to

estimates she received. Set in HamptonFour
-The second state witness was Larry A. Clean the throttle

Moore of Hampton,a passenger In the offices for election linkage and check it for a
open up
back seat of the He this year in Hampton with qualifying binding. Look next at the l .
told of Kirchaine striking the car valve In the air cleaner
I set from noon Tuesday, July 8, and
behind and testified that he
from snorkel. The valve Is
ending at noon Tuesday July 22.
I recognized' Klrchaine's. "yellow The offices of mayor, marshal and controlled by a temperature *
Mustang.! two city commission seats will be on sensor to providea
I the ballot In the first primary Sept. 9. leaner fuel mixture and
=::; lessen emissions. While the
I and dates
:.."%z Qualifying election in
Is cold look into the
engine ,
local. Dancers are the same as those for
Bradford County. snorkel The valve shouldbe

U.nd National The term of acting mayor and coun- closed. Start the engine.
square Dance Convention cil chairman Ted Curtis expires this The valve should start I J
Joining dancers from Gainesville year. The veteran council chairmanwas opening and be fully open

amt Jacksonville Strawberry Swingers designated to serve as mayor last when the engine temperature It's the hit of the year! 4 Stars, says money while you're saving money.
reaches 100
Jim and Sandra Duncan year when no one qualified for today's investorl Rated GP-the You'll have the convenience of
Gareth and Becky Jones, Mac and The term of Councilwoman Wilma degrees F. If ,the valve one
Cart Baldwin and Al and Marge McDaniel, the vice-chairman also stays closed too- long or Greatest Plan in years., monthly statement. and Tillie the All..

Car!' sle, rode the Brahma Record expires this year. does not close at all see Just open a savings account at time Teller at your service. too, around
buses to the National Square Dance that the hose to the snorkelIs .
Marshal Fred Phillips was appointed Florida National and maintain a the clock!
dXYVention: In Memphis, Tennessee last September. He will haveto tightly attached and not "
balance of only$1,000)( or moreand $1.000InSavings"Florida
Then
June:26-29. run to retain the post. Phillips suc- torn. replace the
Affording to Marge Carlisle\ was ceeded Rick Wade who resigned last temperature sensor.Automotive .' you'll have Free Checking.: National's new banking service now

aicambelleveable; experience being August to go to work for the Waldo A real double feature-daily interest at more than 70 convenient locations
wiBE\ 28,900 dancers sightseeing in Police Department. and Free Checking. You'll be saving statewiderFlorida
Monphls, sailing down the Misslssip- 176 persons are registered to vote in Parts Center ,
picEdfring:;: at Blues-Alley on Front the Hampton city election. STARK
Street, and being entertained by a
four-foot. 73-year-old lady who hasbesnzsinging < ,
"blues" for about that Dr.: l.ounette Richard sun. R.1.'Uy (..,
many years.

From 9 a.m. to 11 p,m. with never a Dr. Wayne! C..I (lt( I..1). (., Bank
paSse, there was dancing In all halls, ,I .; .
eaoKJaller having about a 15-mlnute ,
tinurxslot. There were hundreds of Keystone Chiropractic Cf11111r, ,
calK&. from the nationally and Internationally \ationnlBanksol
Starke
famous to the beginners. at
Ttifjpcal caller, Gil Crosby called .\1 Sii.21, \orthKeytttone 44 _
every:day and our own Jim Duncan
haof: feveral opportunities to call. too. ,,;. ShopSuite ..5A Clark at Jefferson St.. Stark. FL'32091. ((904))964.7050ALLTIM
Marge said, "The outstanding ex- Florida
hibiEBo her was the wheel chair '. I" Phone 4,733604'.l :, ;
I'ertact Squares', doing fairly difficult v..I. \
: calls like,'Teacup Chain', \\.l Efoalls9fint. .. r ;,.m. find :I J-.ItI." li'j1.1n.. "" ,
the Deucey'' and equally dlf- ; ;'
Retro TILLIE the r------' w' .. L" .,
fic -calls with no pause (In wheel of." ; A/. ,on' 1 Uf'N.. Wed, ':.FriV & ,?'
chatnp." The thousands In the au- ... .. W TELLER l lg F ..
dienct: gave them three standing ova.tlo' -11).nt.'ThuF'sdai/s'; \ rtglitmd .,, _" ,
-;: trod.mark)
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THejrext National Convention will ,0 We Do Accept New Patients o .. ." I' .. .
be la-Seattle, Washington. .. ,
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Several.Ne,IV Names Surf i ice for Up co ling ElectionHart.


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Several new candidates have surfaced mono as announced candidates for the Gilbert S. (Gib) Brown Sheriff Dolph Several other candidate have

In the Bradford County erection post. Reddish, Superintendent of Schools been rumored but none. .has" announced -

with qualifying set to begin Tuesday, Lawrence Mosley, Starke Tire Tom Casey, or Property Appraiser yet
July 8, at noon and ends Tuesday,Ju- dealer, told the Telegraph Wednes- Jimmy Alvarez. All plan to peek In District 3, County Commissioner
.
ly 22, at noon day, June 25, that he Is seriously considering reelection. Mcxle Carter, Jr, has Indicated ha
will seek a second term. So far,no opposition -
Rodney Hall, a former four-term running for the Group One Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn has announced
county commission seat against has drawn opposition with thu an- against him.
school board member announced Fri
School Board Member J.R. (Jim)
veteran Commissioner Dave Shuford. that Sandra S. Norman
day, June 27 that he was going to nouncement .
Lawson District 3fIled the
seek his seat hack and will oppose Incumbent No opposition has surfaced for would seek the post. papersestablishing
Vernon Parmenter in the County Judge Elzle S. Sanders, ClerkRodney County Commissioner Hazel Paulk a campaign bank ac-
count with the of elections
has announced that she would not be a supervisor
school board District Four race. Hall
office. So far no one has announced
did not run in 1978 after 18-year on candidate for a new term as the plans to run against him.
Group Five commissioner. Announced -
the school board. The first primary will be held Tuesday
Emmett B. Akrldge has Joined the candidates Include Wilbur Waters,
September 9, and the runoff
race for tax collector which will Starke City Commissioner; former
primary is scheduled for
Tuesday,
Starke Mayor-Commissioner Joe
become vacant In January when 4
October if
7, necessary.
Warren, and businessmen Homer
veteran county official J.R. Kelly f
retires.

Akridge has filed papers Plaque for'the'Chairman .

establishing a campaign bank account .... :
with the supervisors of elections Hall Run Veteran Bradford County Hospital Trustee George Shuford receives a &plaque ;
office at the Bradford County Rodney to from Methodist' Hospital President Marcos E: Drewa after serving the la.,.. .

Courthouse in Starke. He joins Chief two years as chairman ol the Board of Trustee Administrator Dave Libby and:'

Deputy Tax Collector Esther Shuford q Trustee Secretary-Treasurer: Lucille Green look on. : .

Hall\, former Starke Mayor Carl Hurst .. '
and real estate salesman Steve Sim- For School Board Post ;,

,.-,' -- Hospital $96,000 in Black ; ;
'f' Former school board member re-election last term. He was chair- ; ,

School Rodney P. Hall announced Monday, man of the board for several years. '. '

1 June 30, he will again be a candidate Hall was also active in the Florida Bradford County Hospital In.Starkewas said In the past residents fro fu."

; for election to District 4 of the school School Board Association and servedas $98,000 in the black for the first University Hospital In Jacksonville/ ..

Funds. From Page IA) \ board now held by Vernon an officer in the state association eight months of fiscal year throughthe have been used and things have lYgt '

Parmenter. for years. end of May according to the 'ten tight because of a high turnover.
.... Hall served Hall 49, Is a life-long resident of '
41'; on the school board for figures presented Marcra E.Drewa rate at this time of the year with those: ;
"We're not going to be able to build 16 years. 1961-1976., but did not seek Bradford County and lives In president of Methodist doctors. .
Hampton?" asked Chairman Arthur P. Hall Theressa. He Is married to the former Hospital Foundation which operatethe I' ,?-,.
Gaskins. Janice Danaby. They are members of
For School Board local facility on a management
'.
Church in Theressa. The :
Baptist
"We may not. It's borderline Hope contract. Service ..
Halls have two sons: Richard, a student In the Prayer
Casey replied. May hospital lost $6,602 but .
A $56,000 renovation of the BHS will at St.Johns River Community the overall figures show the hospitalis At Pine Valley ,,'::

still be done with funds already in College, and Steve, a student at Central In the black. Drewa told the board The Pine Valley Congregational J

hand. Florida University. of trustees at .the monthly dinner ..
Neva will have 24-hour
Church
Holiness a
Supervisor Flynn Hall Is an employee relations :
The board might as well plan to pur- visor with the DuPont Company.super He meeeting .Monday,:June. 30, at 6:30 prayer service beginning today:
chase furniture for the addition at .
: .
(Thursday, July 3) atop m. and continuing -
serves as training supervisor for Du pm.Figures
Lawtey Elementary from operating were also released that In
Pont's local through Friday, July 2, at .8..
He is also
plants.
funds, Casey said, because he doesn'tbelieve a May of this year the rescue service ... ..
there will be capital outlay Will Seek ReelectionChrist and retired U.S. Army Reserve Officer, lost $,381 as compared to losing $3,836 pm.You may bring your prayer request .
presently serves as a master
dollars\ for that. In 1979..
enough May Through May 31 of this before
sergeant in the Florida National to the church or phone 964-8494 .--
The board also told the
was Monday year rescue service has lost Someone will. be
a Thursday.
night that a special building is needed .... ... Guard at Camp Blanding. $47,438.96, an Increase from a similar p.m. this for the full'.
over request
for students be ""': :; :;" In announcing Hall says that he last praying ;
to housed
handicapped Neva Flynn, veteran supervisor of period year when the service lost
has interest in how the 24 hours, according to Rev. David. :
a genuine .
at Bradford Middle School : $
elections announced June ,350.74.
or Monday ; ,tf
Hodges, the pastor. .
school is and
if elected
system run, ,
perhaps Starke Elementary, next 30, she will be a candidate for reelection '.1."'. Administrator Dave Libby reported
year. Handicapped students have subject to the Democratic will strive to represent the people of Dr. Manuel Maralit, keystone ,
,
special needs and a regular portable Party Primary set for Tuesday, Sept. :' Bradford County in a dignified man- Heights physician,had resigned from
classroom won't be the best solution.At 9. ner, applying good business sense, the medical staff of the hospital effective -
, ...
for
Supt. Casey's suggestion the Mrs. Flynn will face a challenger in with a concern people. June IS, 1990. Maralit Is now on
board approved moving a portable the upcoming election in Mrs. Sandra Hall cites his years of school board the staff of Union General Hospital. .
from Lawtey Elementary to BMS to Norman who announced previously.Mrs. experience, his profession as an Industrial Lake Butler. oamr. sums..rca.eais Qa

house the handicapped program, but trainer, and his many years Libby stated since Dr. Maralit left
instructed that the move be delayedas Flynn first took office by ap- of management in Industry and the the staff there has been a small drop
pointment of the governor in 1963 to military as qualification for the office
long as possible while the board in the daily census of the The
searches for funds to build a properly fill the unexpired term of the retiring of school board. He also points out the hospital is averaging 30 patents dai \
outfitted the size of Marian L. Crosby. In 1964 schools are the county's ;
building,probably Bradford
two portables. was elected to the office by largest business, and the Bradford ly.Libby reported that the new Pat your lions on
County voters and has served for four County School Board employs the x-ray ",
It appears there Is no way the handicapped equipment is In the process of being my low-energy:
consecutive terms without opposition.In largest group of people. Moreover, he
project will be approved by Installed and that It would be hookedup
the state Department of Education announcing for re-election, Mrs. continued, the county's most precious within a month. diet) I

(DOE) In time for school In August, Flynn noted that at the time of her appointment gift Is its youth. Drewa reported that a review of the Gordon's. I

Supt. Casey told the board, and suggested the title of the office was them"It well Is our in responsibility moral to educate" emergency room medical staff 8th Year of Service
a portable classroom be mov- supervisor of registration." Since Hall a environment, was being made by all five 473-4777 '

ed from Lawtey Elementary to house that time the title has been changed to says. hospitals that his. firm manages. He

the handicapped program which the supervisor of elections, which better : \

school board has agreed to operate in- describes the additional responsibilities i
county this coming term. of the office.

opinion Asked of by moving Chairman the portable Gaskins, BMS his Mrs. Flynn's continued pledge of .... ," Tt' ..
...."sJoi Ti' ::
Principal Dewey McKinney pointed .. service! ,[Ito the people of Bradford 'Jt "s'i si.l JU '
1M it.--o' i't+ I-
'conduct I
handicapped"" student' tra ve';}-.County.ls..tIt their office of

special needs, such as running water supervisor of elections in the fair, im- Supervisor Neva Flynn 1ti": rcv'a

and toilets In a classroom. A regular partial manner as she has In the past. Seeks RecltctlonSummer

would not satisfy that requirement,
McKinney said.
"You've been presented rt of a

solution," the BMS principal said. Bradford County

After hearing that, Gaskins said he
Public
couldn't see moving a portable Library SwimProgram w
classroom from LE If that is a less Goes ChineseWhat

than satisfactory solution. And, the Is a Wok? How do you use It?
board doesn't know if the -
handicapped
Oriental style cooking Is gaining
SetA
will be boardmember
program approved,
rapid popularity as is oriental food.
J.T. Parrish added.
Learn about some of the cooking
Something twice the size of a summer swimming program for
methods and utensils-see them
regular portable classroom is what is 400 students has been approved by the
demonstrated and taste the results.
being talked about, Gaskins said. information and Bradford school board to operate the
In the end, the board approved Background will be pam- first two weeks of August at Kingsley

moving the portable from LE, but phlets There will be provided.two : for Lake In Camp Blanding. z
asked Supt. Casey to wait as long as programs 479 students (37 from Hampton
school children (K-8) 10 A.M. for
possbile to see if handicapped projectwill age ; Ele. 172 from Starke Ele., 50 from
adults and adults 2 P.M., on
be approved making funds young Brooker Ele., 60 from Lawtey Ele.,
10. Free chopsticks to
Thursday, July
available to build a more suitable and 160 from Southside Ele.) have
children under 12. Come and
place to house the program.In learn. age pre-registered for the program spon-
by the Education
other action, the board set a The Library's special guest speakerwill sorpr P'UL am coordinated Community by David
be Alicia M. Homrich, Extension
special meeting next Thursday, July Home EconomicsAgent Smith It will be first time since 1973

10, at 7 p.m. to open bids on the These will begin our that the school board has operated a

renovation of the Bradford High gymnasium programs Summer Library Program summer swimming program.A .
Energetic staff of approximately 24, headedby
the statewide theme for
A topic re-agendaed for July 10 is Coach Mike Sexton who headed the
Florida Public Library Summer Pro-
retaining an accounting firm to do the former summer program, is being
You E.S.P. at the
internal accounts of the school grams. can get hired for the swim program this sum-
Bradford County Public Library.
system.Supt. Casey was Instructed to Take advantage of this special mer.An
notify accountant Randy Johns that a oppor- instructor-student ratio of 1-12
firm is Pat Farnsworthhas tunity for young people to learn more will be maintained Smith told the
being sought. ; Fascinatingly feminineWHP.
about the world and their place In it
been doing the internal accounts school board.
with books, films records, and peopleto -
,
audit and has Indicated the same Six or eight buses will be used to nd GOLD
help them find something they
price of $3.900 will hold again this transport students. Pickup points will t
want to know.Workshop.
year, Supt. Casey said.4County be at the elementary schools. French Provincial for milaa. s boudoir

Two sessions of about 200 each are with genuine PIONITE plastic: tops
planned. A complete registration, requiting -

NutritionSchool Held HereUNF a fee of$6 offset transportation ti for carefree[ beauty 1
costs, will be held at the vo-tech >

food service personnel from In conjunction with the Nor- center. Only those who preregistered
will be allowed to >
participate.By
in a theast Florida Educational Consortium SALETwin
Bradford County participated -
the end of next week Smith plansto
10-day (60 hour) Nutrition/Human sponsored the workshop
have the details of the
from June 920. Dr. Whittle ideas in program
Relations Workshop presented new
out and be to .
mapped ready
nutrition and how to include these go.jGarrard Canopy Bed" 139.95'

Held in the Bradford High Ideas in meal planning. Dr. Kelly f-. Canopy Frame.i.24.95' '
cafetorlum for school food service presented methods of interaction r
r 1
school lunch and T.V. Single Dresser ,169.95;
personnel from Baker, Bradford among personnel :
Levy and Union counties, the ways to communicate with school Framed Mirror .,;24.95

workshop was conducted by Dr. personnel and students, according to 1 l '46" Desk . 149.95

Heath Whittle and Dr. John Kelly Bradford Food Service Supervisor ( \ Large Hutch..99.9s.

from the University of North Florida. Delores Morgan. & up Lingerie Chest.; ;149.95 .

'The mystique Bachelor Chest .-.119.95 I

Scout Troop 518 R aft sets RecordMark COLOR $90; up of C'est French'fantastique artistry.!' .Small A Hutch.. '.,, .74.95 I


Slarke Boy Scout Troop SIS ended a and Troy Townsend comprisedthe French-Inspired
femininity to give -- IG
six-day raft trip down the Suwannee winning team. Hwy 301 S In Lawtey

river Friday June 14 on a winningnote. Winston Barber and Richard located at Qarrard Mold Co: you the nighttime setting of your ,.

Nine members of the troop Mayben accompanied the boys on the 782.3152 dreams. Graceful lines finished ,
.
covered a two and one half mile race trip. In delicate white richly trimmed "

course in record time and brought .with subtle gold.. Vive la Francel ., t::
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home a blue ribbon to show for their ". FIt's '

efforts. ( AFaotVoiiGanDoBatttrAt At Sine 1923 ': ..r..r
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The troop, sponsored by the Church ,l ,
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintson Lutheran ChurchBible ..;

Bessent Road launched their raft I
"Jaws" at Branford Monday morning = tttYulz -
+ ..rsfatfllv' rlr '
June 9 and camped at Lafayette boat Class Recessedfor ) .j I'"

landing, Guornto Springs, Hart SprIngs Summer Months. I
Fanning Springs and Clay Lan-

ding north of Manatee Springs on successive WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M..

nights. Keystone Lions Club F
Friday's race spanned a stretch
between Fanning Springs and Clan Keystone Heights. Fla ::
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-uncling Scouts Mark Barber; David Call 473-4177 to 5 pm 434 W. call Si Itlllle /" =.. ,

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i Jailed, Judge and Sheriff Crack Down

Judge Sanders9
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-.Climaxing: a week of turmoil in The citizens made it clear they' "If you interfere you will have to uniformed marked and'unmarked.. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RESTRICTIONS
:tfAmpton, Bradford County Judge, wanted Kirchaine to leave Hampton. pay the consequences. I think It' Is We will actively seek those who are
JSlzie S. Sander last Friday June 1:1. Curtis pointed out Kirchaine wanted really appalling for the court educate violating the law. We will focus on 1. Any criminal mischief or destruction of any private or public property of any
ls8iied15 restriction City of hamptonresidents to go to West Virginia. The group then to take this action,to have to those known violators," Reddish said. value In violation of any provisions of Florida law. Florida Statute Chapter 811.
and different groups of peo- offered to take up a,collection for bus you on what should be a day-to-day As the Telegraph went to press
:plttjhust:: abideby or risk being arrested fare for Kirchaine and his wife to experience," the Judge said. order was restored to the,City of 2. Reckless or careless operation of any motor vehicle on the streets or public
for contempt of court. move to West Virgin AWe are community of people. We Hampton and no further arrests have thoroughfares of Hampton and Bradford County Florida. Florida Statute
:=::-"twlll: : not hesitate to do what to According to Curtis, after the group do not operate as Individuals. When been made. Chapter 322.
:iiectsaary to maintain the peace of turned to go back Inside City Hall to you take it upon yourself to address a One matter was also resolved during -
She mmunity," Judge Sander told resume the meeting.Kirchaine again grievance then you are violating the the hearing when Starke Attorney 3. Public intoxication or public consumption or possession of open containers of
40-odd present at the meeting. started\ shouting at the citizens law.You are no better than the person J.J. Wolbert, representing Harden- any alcoholic beverage on the streets or highways.
T:'We will have no de facto vigilante ,who violated the law," Sanders said. brook, announced to the court that his
groups roaming this community. ""You don't judge me. Who are you "You cannot be the judge.You cannot client had resigned as advisor to the Possession of any drug or controlled subetance on the public and private property
Those violating due process will have to judge me," Kirchaine was heard to be the individual law enforcement Hampton City Council. Earlier this In Bradford County. Florida Statute 893
the consequences," the Judge say. officer. The only time you can be the year Hardenbrook volunteered to
tided. Four carloads of citizens armed jury te when you are sitting in the jury serve as an advisor to the council at 4. Loitering or prowling at any place at any time which pursuant to Florida
Sheriff Dolph Reddish In a lengthy with guns patrolled Hampton after ," he said. no salary. He Is employed In the property Statute 850.021 causes alarm for the property and safety of citizenry.
speech at the hearing promised to ar the meeting which resulted In the ar- ,There is'no reason the court appraiser's office and is not an
rellt''lolaton of the law, and to In- rest of Kirchaine on a disorderly Intoxication should be lecturing you on somethingyou attorney.The 5. Reckless or Improper exhibition of any weapons or firearm. Florida Statute
crease patrols In Hampton. charge. Kirchaine was held should have learned In civics court Indicated that if Harden- 70010
Sanders issued his edict during a in the Bradford County Jail In Starke. class In school," Sanders said. brook had not resigned that the court
IVi hour special hearing in which 28 Four other persons were arrested Immediately after Judge Sanders would have filed a complaint with the 6 The mere possession or wearing or exhibiting any weapon or firearm In any
Hampton residents were subpoenaedto as part of the crackdown by offIcials adjourned court Sheriff Reddish talk- Florida Bar to conduct an Investigation manner.
appear because of their knowledgeor and were held In the local jail until ed to the group and issued a warning. Into the matter of Hardenbrook
participation In some of the events. Monday June 30. Eichelsderfer wasarrested "We will Increase our patrol.JDrt advising the Hampton City, Council. 7. The discharging of any' firearm In public or near the public. Florida Statute
The hearing was set by Judge ;; on a charge of exhibition of a 790.15
Sanders at the request of Bradford dangerous weapon. Randall Moore
County Sheriff Dolph Reddish. and John Crawford were chargedwith 8 The possession of any concealed firearm or weapons. Florida Statute Chapter
A fire at a home on CR-323 about a disorderly conduct. Judge's Restrictions Readat 790.01.
half.block from CR-18 Sunday even- William Kimberly was arrested
ing;::June 22, seemed to be the spark Friday night, June 27, as he drank a 9 The possession of any destructive devices. Florida Statute 790161.
that lit the fuse in the Hampton area. beer in front of a house in Hampton in Hampton Council
Reports were received that many violation of section three of Judge .Meeting 10. Any loud or boisterous conduct of any openly profane nature where indecentor
threats and feuding groups were Sanders' order which prohibited obscene language occurs. Florida Statutes 847.04; 847.05.
riding around the city armed with "public Intoxication, or public con- About 25 residents appeared at a and other places were displaying the
guns,referred to by Judge Sanders as sumption or possession of open containers special Hampton City Council restriction.* handed down by the 11.I Any threats to do violence or harm to any person committed on public or
vigilante style of any alcoholic"beverage on meeting Friday June 27, called by court private property. Florida Statute Chapter 784
The house was owned by Mary the streets or highways. Mayor Ted B. Curtis Sr. to alert the Phillips pointed out that anyone'
Brown and was rented by Shirley and Kirchaine Is still in jail, serving a residents about a show cause order caught violating the restrictions 12.The inciting or encouraging any demonstration or riot. Florida Statute 870,01.
Samuel Elchelsderfer. They reportedto 120 day sentence after he was con Issued by Bradford County Judge would be arrested and taken to the
'authorities that they saw some victed Monday, June 30,of two March Elzie S. Sanders listing 15 different Bradford County Jail in Starke and 13.The unlawful assembly of three or more persons which constitutes breach of
youths: throw an object Into their 28 traffic cases in County Court by a violations In an attempt to cool oft held without bond. the peace. Florida Statutes 870.07.
home that set it ablaze according to Ordered problems that had been taking placein He explained that Sheriff Dolph
Bradford County, Sheriffs Department to appear at the hearingwere Hampton during the proceeding six, Reddish has pledged his assistanceand 1... Any obstruction of the due execution of the law upon orders by law enforce-
records. : Sam and Shirley Elchelsderfer, days prior to the meeting.The that deputies from the Sheriffs ment officers. The failure to obey a lawful command.. Florida Statutes Chapter
A,joint Investigation by the Sheriffs Jasper Byrd Anne Byrd, Beverly Randall show cause order was officially Department would be assisting In 843.
Department and State Fire Marshal Forsyth, Timmy Kirchaine served on Mayor Curtis and Marshal helping to calm things down.'
Edgar Aid of Jacksonville is still be- Moore, Larry Moore Lee Harden- Fred Phillips about 30 minutes priorto Councilwoman Jane Hall said she 15. These restrictions are not limited to the above-enumerated. The violation of
ing conducted into the circumstances brook Jackie Brooks. Barry Moore the start of the meeting by Brad- had contacted the American Civil any law or the obstruction of any effort to maintain peace In the community shall
of the fire.During Timmy Newmans, Jerry Newman, ford County Deputy Sheriffs Don A. ,Liberties Union to see if anyone's be included. F
the next several days after Ted B. Curtis, Sr.,Ted B. CUrtis Jr., Denton and Eugene Lee,who came to Constitutional rights had been
the fire some citizens sided with the Hank Lott, Wilton Hart Charles Mc- Hampton to serve the papers on the violated. .
accusers and others with the accused Cullough, Marshal Fred Phillips city officials. Phillips pointed out that the restric-
with the dispute coming to a head Sammy Waters, Dale Bradley, John Curtis and Phillips were aware of tions come from Florida State Laws THE BRADFORD
Tuesday, June 24, when a number of Casner. Doug Koehler Wayne the contents as they, along with 28 passed by the Legislature down COUNTY TELEGRAPH
citizens held a concerned citizens Crawford Harry Baker, Monte other people, were subpoenaed to ap- through the years. Published every Thursday
meeting at Hampton City Hall. Moore John Crawford and William .pear in court earlier In the day at : Curtis told the persons at the at 138 W.Call Street
While the citizens were meeting Kimberly. which time Judge Sanders explainedthe meeting that the council will insist Card of Thanks Starke.Florlda3ZI19IOur
Timothy Kirchaine,29,came up to the The Telegraph and Jacksonville TV show cause order. Details of the that the marshal does his job,
side-.window where he was observed Station Channel 4 were refused per-. court hearing may be found especially during this fueding. sincere appreciation to Second Class postage paid at
waving a wine bottle and was heard mission by Judge Sanders to film the elsewhere in the Telegraph. He explained that deputies from the everyone who extended their comforting Starke, Florida
ranting at the people inside, Mayor hearing.Channel. Curtis read the show cause order at Sheriff's Department would back up sympathy during our recent sor-
4 came to Hampton and the marshal.. Subscription Rates:
Curtis says. the beginning of the special meeting, row
Agroup: of citizens then went out- showed armed residents on their Jacksonville TV Channel 4 filmed the Curtis asked those present to give In trade area: '.00 per year
side; according to Curtis, to talk to newscasts during the height of the meeting and aired the Hampton problems the show cause order by Judge The Barnauiikas Family $5.00 six months
Kirchaine controversy. on Its newscasts during the Sanders a chance to work.
week. "If it doesn't work we will Impose a Outside trade area: "IO.00 per year
Phillips read the list of 15 restriction curfew," Curtis said.. 5.50 six months

\ : KirchaineSentenced which many of the store owners
Timothy
f and other Individuals have posted
' j around the city. *.,
T Some concern was expressed at the I ;

\ IDn Traffic. ,Charges flAfter I.J tH I lefty appeared council at rfeetlfcg the meeting.because only 25 P h* "

minutes of deliberation Several days before,at a concernedcitizen E'
45 a Moore testified that after they
I I tour man-two woman Bradford Coun- drove In behind Kirchaine on the dirt meeting between 50 and 75
I ty-jury: found Timothy Wayne Kin road that he got out and grabbed one residents showed up and later that
chain, 29, of Hampton, guilty of of the lights off Kirchaine's vehicle. same night reports indicate ISO per
wilful and wanton reckless drivingand Cathy Barton of Starke was the sons were stirred up by events which means
leaving the scene of an accident. third person In the Brooks vehicle and started with a .house fire Sunday ,
Kirchaine was sentenced by Judge she testified that Kirchaine struck the night June 22.
Elzie Sanders to serve 120 days In the Brooks vehicle as it was standing still Curtis. ,explained that businesses
Bradford. County Jail In Starke. In the street.
The charges stemmed from an Hampton Mayor Ted B. Curtis, Sr. FREE CHECKING
automobile accident last March 28 in testified that he had been riding with

Hampton In which Kirchaine was In- Marshal Fred Phillips and that ..". ..
volved In a wreck with another vehi- Phillips had gone into the Handyway YOU -.:

cle.Vickie Store and Curtis said he was 30-35 feet U
: Brooks," 26, of Hampton from where the Brooks vehicle was AUTO
testified that she and two other persons -' struck from behind by Kirchaine Iii
were In her car and had just Curtis said Kirchaine left the scene KNOW
backed up from a parking area at the and headed west on CR-18. ByGene v x" PREMIERS
Moore resident Into Davison Street Trooper W.M. Abrams testified that Ross ;
and had come to a stop. She said Kir he could not locate Kirchaine after he $1,000 IN O
chaine turned left from CR-18 and arrived at the scene of the mishap. SAVINGS '
struck her vehicle from behind as she Abrams testified he went to the house * BTARRIND
QI've Just put a new A A A o
had stopped her car. where Kirchaine had parked his vehicle ,
.:Brooks testified Kirchaine then and was unable to get anyone to Pontiac carburetor Catalina.on my Now 1977 it .4' FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
backed up and left the scene and she come to the door '
tarts fine and
followed his vehicle down a dirt road ran great
where she testified Kirchaine agreedto until It warms op. Then it

pay for having the vehicle fixed. Sept. 9 Vote The begin electrical to cut out system or mtoa..la \ :
She testified that there was 1341
fine.What do I check next?
P
damage to her vehicle according to
estimates she received. Set in Hampton
:The second state witness was Larry A. Clean the throttle tf
,: Moore of Hampton,a passenger in the Four offices for electionthis linkage and check it for \
open up
back seat of the Brooks vehicle He
in Hampton with qualifying binding. Look next at the
! told of Kirchaine the year '
striking car
set from noon Tuesday July a, and valve in the air cleaner
I from behind and testified that he
snorkel. The valve is
ending at noon Tuesday, July 22. va"
I
recognized" Kirchaine's' "yellow The offices of mayor, marshal, and controlled by a tem-
Mustang two city commission seats will be on perature sensor to providea
I the ballot In the first primary Sept. 9 leaner fuel mixture and
j Qualifying and election dates in lessen emissions.While the
jf f !Vocal Dancers Hampton are the same as those for engine la cold, look Into the in1.
Bradford County. snorkel The valve should
Attend Notional be closed. Start the
engine.
The term of acting mayor and coun-
Sqware Dane Convention cil chairman Ted Curtis expires this The valve should start '
Joining dancers from Gainesville year. The veteran council chairmanwas opening and be fully open
and": Jacksonville, Strawberry Swingers designated to serve as mayor last when the reaches\ tem It's the hit of the year! 4 Stars, saystoday's money while you're saving money.You'll
Jim and Sandra Duncan year when no one qualified for mayor. perature 100 investor! Rated GP-the have the convenience of
Gareth and Becky Jones Mac andCarol The term of Councilwoman Wilma degrees F If ,the valve one
Baldwin and AI) and Marge McDaniel, the vice-chairman, also stays closed too' long or Greatest Plan in years. monthly statement and Tillie the All. '
Carlisle, rode the Brahma Record expires this year. does not close at aU, see rust open a savings account at time Teller at your service too, around
buses to the National Square Dance Marshal Fred Phillips was ap-. that the hose to the snorkelis Florida National and maintain a the clock!
Cet ention in Memphis, Tennessee pointed last September. He will haveto tightly attached and not "
balance of $1,000 -and In Floridayou'll
June 26-29 run to retain the post. Phillips suc- torn. Then replace the only or more $1.000 Savings" -
According to Marge Carlisle, It was ceeded Rick Wade who resigned last temperature sensor.Automotive have Free Checking National's new banking service now
ancttnbelieveable: experience being to go to work for the Waldo A real double feature-daily interest at more than 70 convenient locations'
wi(5:26,900 dancers, sightseeing In Police Department. and Free Checking. You'll be saving statewide.
Memphis! sailing down the Mississippi 176 persons are registered to vote in Parts Center I
ufning at Blues-"Alley on Front the Hampton cltv election. STAHKt, _
Street, and being entertained by a -- -
tofu foot, 73-year-old lady who has --' -
bees:singing "blues" for about that ; Lounette Richardson B.."''., J} (?., '
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many F/m years.9 a.m. to 11 p.m. with never a Dr. \Vayne! C. Eaton.lJ.( T Florida Bank
pause, there was dancing In all halls, : '
eadjQraller having about a 19-mlnute -
tine:slot. There were hundreds of Keystone Chiropractic Clinic"USi2f -
calFf s, from the nationally and Internationally \ational
: famous to the beginners. 4latBtarke
ThtJpcal caller.Gil Crosby, called .VorfiKeijntnne .
every:day and our own Jim Duncan

ha Marge said, "The outstanding ex-
hibg-to her the wheel chair Phone 473-3604
was ,;t ,. "
'Perfect Squares', doing fairly dif- '. ,
.flcitlEi calls like 'Teacup Chain', ';1(0'U.8' ,- P. ':IJIO"'l),.m. iuiellJrtl-; ."'- fi,;j.1n., ''' : ,! :

Retaj t the Deucey. and equally dif- f': : TILLlElh"" _____ '. ","'r;,: ., >" ....,. t't\;;. \' ;
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ficul. calls with no pause tin wheelchair }. ,t. ,.Mon... Ttie, ,11"ed.| dFri, AUTIME ,,'"
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The thousands In the .. .
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dienbs gave them three standing ovations r9a.m.-I jt.m. Thtirxddtj a ngltlmrfIraJimink. .._ .. ... .
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"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom mutt like me n.
undergo the fatigue of supporting
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Friday, July 4, will mark tion..five died as prisoners of In the words of William 1 ryi0I i
the 204th anniversary of the war..12 had their homes Tyler Page: I

of the Declaration of destroyed by incindiary
signing
"I believe in the United Shyz..f-. -S'rw
Independence by fifty-six fires.... several lost sons in the u
courageous colonists who had strife..one signer's wife diedin States of America as a

come to know the full meaningof prison..and seventeen Government of the people, by

those words spoken by (including Thomas Jefferson, the people, for the people;

Thomas Paine. In the preamble author of the immortal docu- whose just powers are derived
to this immortal document ment) faced financial ruin in from the consent of the

they wrote: the aftermath of their action. governed..a perfect union
established upon the J principles -

"When in the course of of freedom, equality

human events, it becomes justice, and humanity for

necessary for one people to which American patriots

dissolve the political (bands sacrificed their lives and for-

which have connected them tunes...

with another, and to assume "I, therefore, believe it is Thin '. The Way Was
among the powers of the earth to loveit
ilk my duty to my country

the which separate the and Laws equal of Nature stationto to;obey to support its laws its; Constitution to respect its; Powell Estate Auction Recalls Days

entitle
and of Nature's God flag; and to defend/ it againstall
them, a decent respect to the enemies." I

opinions of mankind requiresthat When Turpentining Was Prosperous \
they should declare the We all must bear the painful

causes which impel them to costs of freedom. As we

the separation." celebrate this Friday the 204th Whatever happened to the operation until 1956 when it no Powells at one time had turpentine
The left by these anniversary of our our Foun- and dippers,the pullers and skiers, filled a need for supplying the Powell camps at Kingsley Lake and Blue.
And the purpose of that legacy ding Fathers' daring commitment the stiller and cookers and the turpentine crew with food clothing Pond with an overall total of some 80'
brave founding fathers was the wagoneers and woods riders? and household Items. WC.. (Bill) employees. These were the chippers,
Declaration to set forth to break from
was nowhere expressed so well as away Powell, now! a Starke realtor, who and dippers, and pullers, and skid
those causes in words that in the stirring words of Mother Country in order to The men who filled these colorful was operating the commissary at the ders a colorful crew of workers,
ptill, after 204 years, compriseone Patrick Henry s "Call to protect our natural rights, let job classifications of 50 years ago are ,"
of the most stirring Arms"-"Is life dear us resolve anew to protect our gone, like the turpentine Industry
so or
they worked for. but their was :
spirit
Challenges in history signalIng freedoms-our most precious
peace so sweet, as to be purchased hovering arounlaat Saturday as the l/I '
a commitment to at the price of chains national treasure-at any auctioneer's chant was heard above '

[undergo the fatigue" and and slavery Forbid it, cost. traffic on Highway. 16 east and Old rMFi rla..ratia. .
hear the responsibilities of I know not Lawtey Road.
God!
Almighty
it is-"our na-
as
known protecting a way of life-now what course others may tion Imperfect, under God" is still the The remains of the Powell Estate, "iI'I' r
the American
as way take-but, as for me, give me best that this imperfect world which once Included three turpentinestills \ II
of life. It was a commitment liberty or give me death!" and 35,000 acres of land in Bradford ilnI
has to offer. {
(hat was to cost them dearly, Union, and Clay Counties was -- \ Jor
and one for which we should This nation, by virtue of the As that great and humbleman being auctioned off to the last .,
Powell
House '.
$)e eternally grateful-for blood, sweat, and tears ex- Abraham Lincoln, said turpentine hack in the old com Sold ,_ -_ ,{'. _
Otherwise there would be no pended by these leaders and after the tragic end of the War missary.The time, recalls a sign posted above the .... V-' J. _',;:I
United State of America those who followed, has comea office door there by his uncle,
as Powell
Between the States: Powell home,which grew over Luther G. warning: "If you
we know it today. long way since the signing of the past 80 years from a humble one- are drinking: ,, the Constitution 204 years ago, "With malice toward none story cottage to Its present twostorymultiroom

\\fIlIMI -- ,,- '_an4 each milestone along the with charity for ail,with firm- status was bid In by JesseP. At the peak of their: operation the, who are now -outdated'as:the Industry -"'
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"fyrstx: "mendeliberatelyiafd"their marked the God Griffin of 708 E. South Si?Starke, Powells worked boxes"
way is by human ness in right, as givesus 420,000 a itself. f
lives; let striveto who plans extensive remodelling box being hacked in each turpentined
the
sacrifice.In to see right, us
before it with his family.
their liberty and their honoron finish the work we are in, to occupying tree to catch the gum. This Now nothing la left'of "Powell'sturpentine
Griffin also obtained 17 acres of '
the line when they signed the past two centuries we property represented 40 "crops, each crop still" but a memory- the
bind the nation's wounds, Including the pecan grove, and
of
up consisting 10,500 trees, and requiring of '
that document. John Hancock have fought wars around the to for him who shall have 23 acres went to nine other individual memory a once important industry ?.
care two workers In additionto that contributed
a large share to the
wrote his name in letters so globe in the name of freedom, borne the battle, and for his bidders for a total of almost $96,000 their ,operation per crop.in Starke, the early growth of this area. .
and have paid a terrible priceto for the real estate. Old turpentine
large that "King George could widow and orphans, to do all tools and other Items from the commissary
read it without his spec preserve our blessings of which may achieve and were also bought by eager I
tacles." freedom and our fundamental cherish a just and a lasting collectors who gathered under a big
national beliefs. The troubled ourselves and tent as auctioneer Ben Campen of :
And they paid I their dues. world situation today is warn- peace among Gainesville weaved his magic spell. FORESTRY
How well their dues with all nations. Terry .
they paid ing enough that many now liv- lledy.
for the blessings of freedom! ing among us may be asked to These are things to be.con- extensive The Powell timber Estate lands the sold bulk years of iU || IN BRADFORD COUNTY Farm KorcHlcr "

In the Inevitable war and lay down their lives to sidered amid the parades, the ago, was in itself a history of the now (
bloodshed that followed this preserve the freedoms for picnics, the fireworks, and the almost extinct turpentine industry.
''unprecedented' Declaration of which this nation has becomea general hoopla surroundingthe I II

Independence, nine of the symbol throughout the traditional IndependenceDay L.C. (Luther Clarendon) Powellwas
born in 1849 in Tarbora. N.C. He
killed in ac- celebration.
fifty-six were world. '
went to work at age 17 as bookkeeperfor
a turpentine operator who paid Earlier this year I mentioned that I was doing an inventory of all the
him t6 per month and "found." The trees on the city right-of-way in Starke. Because of the Beautification ,
. term "found" In those days was usedto Project being initiated by the Women's Club I feel this is a good time to I
Persistence Pays OffIf "room describe and board.the "fringe benefit of release the results of the inventory.The .

goal of the study was to provide the following Information to interested :
delegation and its spirit of other members of the Florida Powell stayed with the industry, parties. :
at first you don't suc- gradually moving south as one standof
ceed.,. "never say die. Also to Con- delegation who gave such pine was "worked out" for gum, 1. Location of trees that are considered dangerous to life and property .'
gressman Fuqua and the strong support in this effort. and turned over to the saw mill 2. Inform the city of the status of trees on city property for planning and
The truth of the old adagewas operators. In those days of plentiful budgeting purposes relevant to tree maintenance and planting.
never better timber, no one was concerned with 3. Provide Information i to community. organizations i on areas needing
demonstrated than by the suc- the unheard of practice of reforestation plantings for beautification
-operators simply moved on to
cess of an indomitable delegation a new virgin forest as needed. The condition of each tree was classified In one of four categories.
in pumping new life into
Starke's application for DOE Congressman Powell eventually settled at Pooler, Condi-
funds to convert its municipalplant Ga., southwest of Savannah and it tion Description .
was there that he learned of the 1 Excellent -trees are sound with no pruning or other
to a wood-burning t Don Fuqua Ellarbee's_ holdings and moved his tree maintenance needed.
operation, after it had received family here soon after, requiring two
a cold turn-down in railroad cars on the GS&P to bring his 2 Good t trees have scattered dead branches and some .'
Washington. ReportsA family, furniture horses, mules and rot in trunk, but are in good condition overall.
equipment to Hampton. From there
they hauled everything to Starke In 3 Fair- trees have considerable amount of rot in bran-
ches and have expected life of no more than 10 years
take for wagons.In
Refusing to an
no
without becoming serious hazard need severe prun- ..,_
answer, the group boarded a 1899, Powell and his brother. ing.
plane for Washington to find John, purchased 35,000 acres of
out why the application was tireless and dedicated In the Department of Energy timber land in three counties for 50 4 Poor trees are dead or have severe problems and "
refused and what the chances delegation from Stark visited biomass program: cents an acre. In 1942 the U.S. should be removed immediately. .
were for getting it back on Washington last week In pursuit Dr. Les Levine and Dr. Government took 6,230 acres of this In
track. Those the of grant money to help Beverly Berger of DOE both Clay County as part of the Camp A total'of S45 trees were Inventoried, comprised of 26 species Of these
making trip convert their electric expressed extreme interest in Standing reservation paying Powell 159 were Laurel oaks, 109 Palms R7 Slash pine 68 Pecan 26 Cedar, 25 :.;,',
spent the better part of three plant from oil and the Starke proposition after $11 per acre plus 12 per front foot ex Camphor and 71 of other species. Of this total 117 are in some need of
generating
days in conferences with' fuel to wood products. meeting with the delegation tra for road frontage. He was also maintenance and 37 need either severe pruning or removal In the next 10
Senators, Representatives, gas and getting a detailed presentation paidthe IS a foot aide ofoKingsley years the number of trees needing severe maintenance or removal will ,
and high-ups in the Depart- Their persistence In the and explanation of the southwest, Increase greatly' because!most of the big Laurel oaks are reaching the age ;i
Lake. Today, front footage on of decline.: '.
ment of Energy. The upshot of face of what had been a proposal.,. Kingsley Lake ranges up to $300 a ". .. ,
their efforts was a promise to discouraging initial reaction Aa a result of the meeting. front foot. In 1942 Container Corporation Another area where I made recommendations was potential sites'for ;', ':
review the application and from the Department of Energy Starka has a good chance now leased 11,200 acres of the Powell planting trees where there are none at the present time I located and ...
possibly come up with some is an example of how citizens of obtaining. seed money to property for, pulpwood operations, marked on a city map 300 such: places. .:: ;'
from small and medium sized convert one of its seven and exercised Its option to buy this
seed money to convert"one communities can make generator to wood fuel as a land In.1975.. The remainder of the Live oaks are recommended for plantings where large shade trees are :fir' .
generator at the plant to wood themselves heard effectivelywhen demonstration of ,the acreage was sold over the years to 'needed''They are sturdy, long-lived and very resistant to insect and R ; .,
biomass as a pilot project in they have proposals that technology. various Investors.Turpentining disease problems. Other evergreen trees that may be planted but do not

the alternate energy pro- make sense. One the system la spread,as much as Live Oaks are Red cedar Spruce pine Laurel oak, ...
proved remained profitableindustry
a Cherry and Camphor. Good deciduous tree species include Shummard
gram.In Included in the group were on on. generator the possl- Until after World War II oak Southern red oak, and Sycamore.. In areas where smaller trees are '.,
Guy Andrews Ted Ogletby. bllity of obtaining further grant when new and more efficient methodsof needed several species of Holly, Hop-hornbean, Jerusalem thorn or '.
his Washington news col- Earl Jones and Linda money or a low Interest loan obtaining gum made'the business Drake elm may be planted.; ::: ,_
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umn this week, Rep. Don Fu- for conversion of the other six more competitive and lowered prices: ."
qua praised the efforts of the The Department of Energyhad generators to 'wood appears Hercules Powder. Co. began ,U..tumpIlUShIIl' One area of speciar concern Is the Walnut Street area. This area contains I:'
Initially told the city that its much more likely. operation I In this area a large number of over-mature Laurel oak trees. Many have been
local delegation which he application for federal In the late 1930s obtaining gum by, pruned back so extensively that nearly all that remains is the main trunk, ", .
described as "tireless and assistance for the project was' My,congratulations to the processing old original-stand stumps Many of these trees i i should(..be.removed and Live Oaks planted in their ..'.,"..
dedicated." (See "Don Fuqua denied. Starka delegation for their Innovative and synthetic-turpentine came on the place.
Reports" elsewhere. this After discussing: the project thinking and for their market In the 1930s.! '
page.) further with local citizens I persistence in the face of a I have presented this study to the City Commission and they have
helped arrange meetings between disappointing early review., The old Powell ,commissary pledged their full support.will also be working closely with the Woman'sClub
Our hat is off to the Starke them and senior officials' ,Persistence does pay. (company-Awned store*, remained In in the future with their Beautification!' Project.Page .
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Evelyn Griffin iI ii I I I

Has Retirement i

RI Party at Stumps I

Mrs. John W. (Evelyn) Griffin was fflte
y honored at a combined birthday and flJodatfide
M retirement party Saturday afternoon, I
June 28, at Stumps store given by her
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs Jim -
C'ladyaeery
Womack present! owners of Stump's 67'L1

store Customers and friends who stoppedby j .Society CJilor} ,., mflY' fewJ./ ,

during the party hours :M o'clock FIe .
n, were treated to cake and punch. : .9647608Miss i
IV The cake and punch table was I
covered with a lace cloth and .
centered with a blue,pink and yellow I'
\ floral arrangement sent to her by her
step-granddaughter Mrs: James
t Wester of Tallahassee. A replica of Linda Haas Catherine; Schoening

Mrs. Griffin's Social Security card Coke Party HonoreeMiss Shower HonoreeMiss
was used to decorate the cake which
Linda Haas, fiance of Mark Catherine Schoenlnf. July II :
was served by Mrs. W.H. Thomson.
Mrs.George Copeland presided at the Trimpey whose marriage will be an bride-elect, was honored at a I kitchen
punchbowl. event of July 26 in Tampa, was complimented shower Tuesday June M. given by
Highlighting front counter at at a Coke Party on Saturday senior girl scout troop MB at the
the store were arrangements of carnations morning. Hostesses for the occasion Methodist Fellowship Hall.
and roses. were Mrs. Joan Chitty Mrs. The refreshment table was covered
Friends and customers will miss JamesV., Crosby, Jr., Mrs. Charles with a lace cloth and centered by a
Evelyn's cheery greeting after being Hardy, Mrs. J E.; Hardy, Mrs. Bob cake decorated with wedding bells.
associated with the store off and on Milner Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. The punch bowl was encircled: with
since 1946. J.T.Prevatt,Jr.,Mrs. Rick Stephens. daisies.
Mrs.J,D.Warren and Mrs. H.M.Hat The 13 attending enjoyed games
cher, Jr. The party was held at the with prizes and refreshments during
Hatcher home on East Call Street. the party hours.
Greeting the guests at the door and The honoree was presented with a
f presenting them to the honoree and corsage made of small l kitchen utensils
her mother Mrs. Wm Haas, was Mrs. r and a recipe file box with each
IAr Hatcher. guest giving her a favorite'recipe.
Inviting guests to the dining room
were Mrs. Rick Stephens, Mrs. Bob
9w Milner Mrs. J,E. Hardy. and Mrs. 1960 BHS Class
w J.V. Karen Reddish
Crosby Jr.
Yr The dining table was covered with a Richard Torode Reunion July 5

4 R silk organza cloth that was embroidered BHS Class of 1960 will hold a reu-
+ I + with silk braid. The floral Karen Reddish. nion Saturday July S,at 7 p.m. at the
4 centerpiece was an arrangement of Richard TorodeEngagement Starke Golf and Country Club. For
roses and daylilies. Silver trays held details contact Brenda Farnsworth.
Mr. and win. Kcnneia LOwe dainty sandwiches and pastries. ToldMr. The first event will be an Open
Arrangements of daylilies,hanging and Mrs. Lamar Reddish announce House at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacqueline Crews and Kenneth Lowe baskets and other house plants were the engagement of their Warren Stevenson on Crosby Lake
used throughout the home. daughter, Karen Ann. to Paul off Edward's Loop Road, beginning at
Serving cokes from a punch bowl Richard Torode, son of Mr. and Mrs. 5:30: pm.
Repeat Vows June 7 at Cong. Methodist filled with Ice and cokes were Miss John A. Torode all of Starke. .
Libby Kossler, Mrs. Hugh Hutson, An October wedding Is planned.
Mrs Don Hardy and Miss Jennifer
Congregational Methodist'Churchwas shirt and carried a heart shaped Teresa Gasklns Haas sister of the bride-to-be. Mrs. W,H. Thomson of Starke and
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the setting for the June 6 wedding pillow with pink streamers.The Assisting in the Mrs. Fred Thomson and son. Todd of
f at 8 pm. of Jacqueline! Annette bride given In marriage by her Teresa Catkins. Mrs. Don Neel.serving guests was Spending the weekend with his Tallahassee went to Falling Creek at
Crews, daughter of Mrs. Jeanette father, wore a gown of chantilly laee, The hostesses the mother Joan Chitty and helping his Tuxedo,N.C.over the weekend where
Crews and R.C. Crews of Starke to bridal satin and chiffon accented with Mark Reddish honoree and her mother presented with sister Karen celebrate her 16th birth- Todd remained at camp for sin
Kenneth Lowej son of Mr. and Mrs. seed pearls with a fitted bodice and Engagement Told corsage and the honoree with a a silver rose day Park.was Randy Chitty of Orange weeks.
Sidney. ) Hawthorne. long sleeves with cuffs. The skirt had and ceramic casserole.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Gaskins of
Performing the nuptials were Rev. rows of scalloped lace around the Two hundred guests were invited to
Jimmy Scott and Charles Whitman, hemline accented with tiny bows of Lawtey announce the engagementand call between the hours of ten and
approaching marriage of their
interpreter. satin and a cathedral train. She worea twelve NOTICETo
Eddie Frampton pianist and Mrs. gold chain with a pearl, a gift from daughter, Teresa Montez to Mark noon.Sherri
Whitney Reddish,son of Sheriff Dolph all customers and prospective customers of the Hampton
Diane Hughes, soloist presented a her father. Her Juliet cap secured her
program. of nuptial music. veil of illusion with chapel train trim- Reddish of Starke and Shirley Municipal Water System
Centering the altar was an arch med in lace, ruffle and seed pearls. Carpenter of St. Augustine.The The new Hampton water system will commence operation July I,
covered with springer! and mixed She carried a cascade of silk mixed wedding is planned for August Norman
flowers 29 at Northside Baptist Church. 1980. The 30 days Immediately after this will be the period In
spring flanked with two spring flowers accented with red rose Celebrates 18th
baskets of mixed spring flowers buds atop a bride's bible.A Miss Gaskins and Mr. Reddish are which service cutovers must be made. The old Hampton water

.against a background of tree reception was held in the First School.both graduates of Bradford High BirthdayMiss system will be shut off as ef July 31, 1980. It Is necessary that all
caijdelabras with and United Methodist Church She graduated In 1980 and is
: burning tapers Fellowship Sherri Elizabeth Norman old customers complete the cutover before this that
,arrangements of wers. Hall. Mrs. Charles M. Schmitt employed at the Bradford County celebrated her 18th birthday Thursday time. so ne
Mike Lowe attended his brother as greeted the guests at the door. Mrs. Courthouse. He graduated in 1978 and June 26, with 30 friends atten one will experience discontinuance of service. Both systems will
best man. Ushers were Bobby Moore, Shirley McCallister kept the bride's is employed at Camp Blending. ding. be In operation! for 30 days only, after which only the customers
No invitations
Charles Crews and Leslie Crews, book at a table covered with a white are being issued but
all friends and relatives are invited to Games were played and prizes who have hooked to the new system will receive municipal water
brothers of the bride. They were lace cloth over pink and centered witha awarded after which cake, punch and
dressed in white tuxedoes with colored book and plume pen. flanked with attend. snacks were served.As service. .
shirts to match the attendants. burning pink tapers surrounded with an extra surprise her parents, Ted Curtis
Mrs. Patricia Bradley, aunt of the fern, pink rosebuds and doves. Pam Underhill Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Norman on Rt. of
bride served as matron of honor. She Standing in the receiving line were 1 had the Western Steer Steak House Mayor, City Hampton
f wore a peach gown of satin and chiffon the bride and groom, parents and attendants Shower. ., ." Honoree, 'I billboard mark the occasion.. 6/26 2tchg 7/3
accented with a capelet and she Miss "Pam Underbill', brlde-ele'tt,.
t wore peach !colored picture hat.accented -< At points of lAteresi nV\ t?Waff' / wW4., of. was honored at a bridal showeriTues- 111V.; .. ,
f with a huge peach rose. She palms and mixed spring'flowers.: day. June 24, given by Mrs. John A. '
carried a nosegay of silk mixed spr- The bride's table was covered witha Reddish, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mrs. "j
ing flowers centered with a candle. white lace cloth over blue linen and Robert Underhill, Mrs. Ronnie
The attendants wore long gowns of centered with a four tiered wedding Tomlinson and Mrs. Edwin Williamsat
satin with a chiffon overlay of print cake with a fountain topped with a the home of the latter.
with wide ruffled bottoms and collars. bride and groom standing in a gazebo A mixed summer floral arrange-
i They wore picture hats to match their flanked with two five-branch silver ment centered the serving table and
gowns. Miss Martha Smith was In candelabras with blue tapers entwined roses were used to decorate the other 4v
green, Miss Julie Ann Harris was In with fern and blue pompoms and party rooms. Mrs. Wayne Blanken. II
yellow and Mrs. Pam Ruhl was in flanked with doves. Mrs. J.C. Warren ship presided at the punch table. The
i blue. They carried nosegays of silk and Mrs. Dale Smith cut the cake. punch bowl was encircled with
mixed spring flowers centered with a The punch table was covered with a hydrangeas.A .
x candle. ). white lace cloth over green linen and poem was read entitled "How to
Gunny McCallister served flower centered with a crystal punch bowl Preserve a Husband." Mrs. Hazel I
girl in a pink long gown and carried a flanked with four silver candlestickswith Paulk won the prize for the game that
( wicker' basket with mixed spring yellow tapers. Silver compotes was played.Thirty .
petals. Chip Crews was ringbearerand held nuts and mints. Pouring punch guests enjoyed the occasion.
I wore a ,white tuxedo with pink were Mrs. Fate Harper and Mrs.
I Mike Lowe.
Mrs. Gail Morrison presided at the Novis Patray, 6-MONTH 30-MONTH
groom's cake table which was Gary Salzman
covered with a white lace cloth over
ToldMr. MONEY MARKET MONEY MARKET
peach linen and centered with a Engagement
chocolate cake topped with a bride .and Mrs. A.B. Patray of Toccoa
and groom sitting on a love seat flanked Falls Ga. announce the engagement j CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATES
I with two candlesticks with peach of their daughter. Novas Marlynn, to
tapers, a ball and chain ,billyjackand Gary Dean Salzman, son of Mr. and
handcuffs Mrs. David Salzman of Toccoa. Ga.
The gift table was overlaid with a The bride-elect is the grand 8.782 % 9.965 %
white lace cloth over yellow linen and daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. W,R. Wardof
centered with a gold three-branch Starke and Mrs. Nora Wilkinson of
Sklppy Richie Johnny Richie candelabra with yellow tapers encircled Keystone Heights and is the great-
with leather leaf fern and granddaughter of Mr.E.A. Sapp.. New Effective Annual Yield on Effective Annual Yield on
Skippy Richie .yellow pompoms. Trays held thank- River and Mrs. Louise Ward. Starke.
Richie' you scrolls matches and rice-bags. She Is a 1979 graduate of Keystone
Johnny
Assisting In serving were Miss Gail Heights High School.
Receive Awards Rhoden. Mrs. Jimmy Leach. Mrs. The future bridegroom Is a 8.597: % 9.500 %

Carl "Skippy" Richie, seven year, James Starling. Miss Jana Starlingand graduate of Stephens County High
old son of Mr.and Mrs. Donald Richieof Mrs. Jimmy Scott. School of Toccoa and is presently .
Raiford was awarded a trophy'forthe Following a wedding trip to Disney employed by Hope Contractors of Interest Rate Interest Rate
Yearly Yearly
World ,
highest grade average In his se- the couple. is residing in Houma., La. '
cond grade class at Starke Christian Hawthorne. The wedding will take place July 19 Rate for July 3 thru July,9, 1980. Rate Subject to Change Without Notice
School at the annual awards banquet The bride graduated from the at 3 p.m. at Friendship Bible Churchin -
Florida School for the Deaf in St. Keystone Heights. Rate lor July 3 thru July 9, 1980
an May 20 at the Western Steer
Steakhouse. This is the second year Augustine and went to college in All friends and relatives are invited You can earn this generous rate ot f interest' I Requires! a minimum deposit of only

that Carl has placed first in his class. Alabama.The to attend the wedding and reception when you deposit S10.000 minimum in Si.000! Ideal for!small or bin depositors.The .
Johnny Richie, six year old son of groom is in the construction which will. follow. in ,the fellowship this 26we k certificate account. The effective annual yield shown above
business.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Richie was hall. yield is an effective annual yield and assumes! that principal l and interest
awarded second place in the most -" _-
number of PACE'S completed at the = assumes reinvestment at the same rate earned are left to compound daily for
J. l
same banquet. Johnny is Jn (the first W.,1. however rate and reissue cannot be 'one year in your account. Federal

grade. :[QjA: W. guaranteed beyond the Certificate's ',regulations require a substantial interest
Carl and Johnny are the grandsonsof : ll lrQtlM\ \\.oN l.
:Sinn?and Mrs,,J C.W, Richie of ; ,: .; :.: r((( original maturity.,Federal regulations penalty for early withdrawals.

Starke. "T \ : '.'" ;:' ;.''i'6\\\i.(; ;\':\\ ; ;'tdjJ/\\ii'\/ !\ ; :; ': 1 i;:' '. :: i require a substantial interest penalty for
lWf' ( early withdrawals and prohibit
(' :,' ffl: :M;' : :\ : 1/;.''i'i'i) ; : ; ; : ..9..:, !: f compounding of interest during the term
On June 2
friends eighth at birthday the. Clubhouse at a party'on for the his ,, ", : '; ;::h ;; '!'''- ': '; '.'.'' .''i,'';;::< : :\;:; :;(Nt 1\\,!i ': : \ "; .. .' ,

present Florida State were Prison Jeffeiy grounds.Davis. Casey Those' ) ':H 1 .M 1 np.':( W "". ,lt',; i q,: !)tn ,e' ''ti ''I I };:'. ; i ( f5t: ( i J s.tl NE'HAS: ,EENJNCRE: $Etl; O $ OOXOj : _

Barnauskas,-.Charles' Caskins, and I I'f"; : / ,"; ; ;; .1/:;: ,.'<;*; ';','!':: ".i':;; I, \ j;};'?'ii,M\1\ %i: "" ; I)
Johnny Richie.,A family celebrationwas j} ; : : ,) ', r. ;Y;. ,,: Cji'H!! ''' I '\t\Wif)' i

held on June 21.,..at the home of d d'i'( ; <: : :: : :: :" ; :': .' ,,:,:' ::;: ,,r:}y.5 t':' (I Stay with us. i tSLEi;
Mr. and Mrs. tC.Y!.. Richie. ,Carl's. ':. : ,, : ;, : ; : ; I ; :
grandparents i Guaranty Federal
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell spent \\I..) '" .. '.-." ", I'I'I
June 9-14 at Holmes Beach near' d,( ". "' 'J" '' ,' ,,'I., ,,',[ "'J', III.i : '
Bradenton and last week in Thomp- :'..:- ...,: : iQ-S'" 6' 0'13'' ','::' :;',;,'" ';iII \;'!.'," Savings we \11! stay with you. tar
Ga where they attended Mrs.Mitchell's .
son. 35th ,; : ,. :t ':-; '1":1"" : ::.:' \

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Celebrates 80th

Birthday

R.H Grider celebrated his 80th birthday 14
Sunday afternoon at Open
House at the home of his son and
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mn. Kenneth .New Rotary Club Installed
Grider on hndall Street, given Officers .-1'z ;
by his children, Mr. and Mrs. 'k.W.
Douville of Orange Park, Merle New officers forth* iM"4l Rotary year were Installed Thursday night,June IS,, at die sanaal Installation Banquet i;:.'
the Starke Golf ft Club. '
Grider of Fernandina Beach Mr. and Country ,r
Mrs. Lloyd Grider of St. ,Simon's Pictured from left are C.H. Nasworthy, who was made a Paul Harris Fellow at this meeting: Ed Perry, secretary _

Grider.Island Ga. and Mr.and Mrs.Kenneth Harris Elsie Sanders Fellow.Is president not pictured.Gerald D. Moran treasurers and J.E,TomUnson, vlce-pr.*tdeBt.Jim Diueaa.also a new F'IJf---. -.-.;

Mrs. Kenneth Grider greeted the Directors for the sew year are I AI Carlisle Harry Hatcher Benton Fetch Mania Williams, and E.W. Hodges.
Mrs. Grider's Mate committee chairmen appointed for the new year are Club Service, Morris Williams.... Benton Fulch; Community
ddaughtersoNancy! Susan Grider Service E.W. Hodges; Vocational Service, AI Carlisle) and InteraatloMl Servke. Harry Hatcher,.

kept the guest t'ooh.
... The Cynthia Wagner
.. :t refreshment table was covered n.,4".L
with a cutwork cloth and centered by William Adams, Jr.

an arrangement of mixed summer Repeat Vows Due to a typographical oversight1
flowers At one end of the table was a
of this birth announcementwere
birthday cake decorated with Miss L. daughter parts
a Cynthia Wagner, left eat.. The Telegraph
fishing scene. Mrs. Douville presided of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur\ E. Wagner of
for this
at the punch bowl at the other end of Ocala and William D. Adams Jr. of pologites error. :'.. ;

the table. Sliver Springs son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Moore :'
Mr. Doubllle entertained the guests William D. Adams, Sr.of Starke were Ashley "

with piano and organ selections: dur- united In marriage Thursday, June Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Moore announce -
ing the visiting hours. 13, at S:30 p.m. in Oak Grove Baptist
the birth of a son, Ashley.:.
Assisting in serving and caring for Church in Middleburg Rev. Hugh Glenn. born June 14, at Alachua:
the guests were Mrs. Paul the
Bridges performed ceremony. : "
and Misses Kay Allen, Karen and Green potted plants were used to General Hospital
Mr.and Mr*.James David Martin Michelle Patemalll'Bnclparents are Lois and
Kimbutis and Kathy Grider. decorate the altar and organ. Fred Bennett of Starke. Maternal
Approximately 50 guests called dur- Mrs Shirley Taylor presented a
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Rhoda Wilkinson and James Martin ing the appointed hours 2 and 3:30 program of nuptial music. Robert grandparents C. Jackson are Lt.Col.of and Keystone Mrs. ,i\,
p.m. Gerald Adams attended his brotheras '
t
Maternal grandmother
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great
Wed June 7 at Cong. Methodist ChurchNew Mrs.best man.Josie Dampier served as Heights.Is Mrs. Margaret Jackson of .

matron of honor in a blue floor length Starke. :;,':. '

River New Congregational Elaine Starling pianist, presented a gown, complimented by a white cor t/J Braadle Michele \
Methodist Church In Raiford was the program of nuptial music. sage. Derrick'I
setting for the marriage of Rhoda Ann Ray Johnson of Jacksonville! servedas Given In marriage by William D. Mr.and Mn.William Adams.Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard I|
Wilkinson daughter of Mrs. JoAnn best man. Ushers were John Trox- Adams Sr. the bride wore a white nounce the birth of a daughter Bran-'
Wilkinson of Lawtey. to James David ell and Neil Lee, both of Macctenny. lace over satin floor length gown. A Did/ You Know........ die Machelle,born June 10 in Alachua
Martin, son of Mr. and Mn. J.D.Martin David White of Jacksonville, Dale pearlized headpiece secured her long General Hospital. ., \
of Kingsland, Ga. on Saturday, Traylor Randall Crawford and Greg veil of Illusion. She carried a nosegay Maternal grandparents are Mr, and '
June 7, at 8 p.m., with Rev. John W. Wilkinson, all of Lawtey. of white daisies and baby's breath.A Mrs.W.H. Thomson and family will Mrs. Robert H.. :FIll of Kingsley)take.-. I
Ya rbrough performing the nuptials Khristine Martin sister of the reception was held in the church have as weekend guests at her homeon and paternal grandparents are Mr,' .' I
Centering the altar was a large archway groom, served as maid of honor. Fellowship Hall. Guests were greetedat Kingsley Lake her children Mrs. and Mrs. Glenn Derrick of Lake-1-1
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with two large ferns pa each Bridesmaids were Pam Hawkins the door by the parents and the Phillip Jacobs and son,Elie of Roslyn Butler. ::::';-" .*. .}
side. Behind stood a 15 branch Carolyn Griffis, both of Lake Butler pastor. Standing in the receiving line Heights N.Y., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ashley Brooke Pass "'7' ?:
candelabra with burning tapers. The Kim Walton of Macclenny, Paula were the bride and groom and grand- Thomson of Tallahassee and Henry = -
archway and candelabra were both Dobbs, Rhonda Dobbs of Raiford and parents. Dewrlnda Gayle Dixon kept Thomson of Callaway Gardens, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Pass ,,of
entwined with greenery. Brenda Wilkinson from Lawtey. They the guest book. Starke announce the birth of '*\
Lori Mooneyham, soloist, and were attired alike in off-the-shoulder. The bride's table was covered witha Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Merrill daughter, Ashley Brooke, born Jun".'
full length gowns made white cloth and centered with a Island will be Thursday overnight 14 In Pureal Clinic Orange Park.
qlana with an overlayer ruffle of three tiered wedding cake cut by guests of his mother, Mrs. L.H. Gibson Maternal grandparents are James
brown and yellow print. They carried Camille Whitaker, who made the cake while enroute for three weeks F. Williams and Maurice Williams of
lace fans with a decoration of yellow as a wedding gift to the couple. vacation in the Rocky Mountains and Starke. Paternal grandparents are
roses greenery and babys breath and Shirley Gauthier and Mary Dixon California. Mrs. Ellse Pass and the late Willard
Clarice J.Coleman
they wore yellow hats, decorated on presided at the crystal punch bowl. See Page IIA Pass of Starke. '
the side with yellow roses, babys Following a wedding trip to Silver\
breath and ribbon Clarice J. Coleman, Springs and points of Interest in
Marsha Dean .Hicklan served'as bonny Tussinger Florida the:couple;.is residing at 0 CHIA.PPI I .1t'JC' REALTORS
flower'girl. She wore a full length Silver Springs-Shores, OcUa. .".Ia.
dress 01 yellow qlana trimmed with a' To Wed July 5 The bride graduated from Elyria> NcWfa Member Qainesvllle'MLS ** '* .
brown and yellow ruffle. Her basket West High School in Elyria, Ohio and
was decorated with yellow daisies Announcement is made of the ap- is employed at Publix in Ocala. 475.1269 Melrose 475.1155 Interlachen/
and yellow ribbon. She wore a hairpiece nching marriage of :Miss Clarice The groom graduated from TR.
of yellow daisies. of Starke to Daniel Bradford-Union Vo-Tech school in
Michael Varnes served as ring (Danny) N. Tussinger which will be Starke and is employed at Silver Springs Best of
bearer. He carried a heart shaped held Saturday, July 5, at 8 p.m. at the and Wild Waters in Ocala. ;.
home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
Husley on
pillow with a decoration of yellow
SR-100 with a reception following.
daisies and ribbon.
8 No invitations have all
been issued but
The bride wore a full length white
lace dress with short sleeves trimmedin all friends and relatives are Invited to DUPLICATE BRIDGE

lace.She carried a bouquet of white attend. CLUB RESULTS worlds !
silk roses surrounding white orchid Hazel and Jerry Moran were the
with a background of green fern and Did You Know........ winning couple at Duplicate Bridge
Vicky Sue Andenmi lily-of-lhe-valley. Tuesday night. Ida Shaw and Cell
Martin Roller A reception was held In the dining Mrs. Helen Wallace of.Jacksonville Terwillegar were second Margie
room of the church. former State Farm resident, was Thomson' and Evelyn Griffin were Low Bradford taxes Keystone Heights finest residential, area
The bride's table was centered witha visiting friends in Starke on Monday. third and Jack Burnette and Charlie Charming 3/2 with "field stone fireplace beamed
Vicky Sue Anderson seven tiered cake decorated with Riddle were fourth. cathedral coiling in great' room.
yellow flowers. On one side were two The club plays every Tuesday night a.aull'ullwooded' ( acre lot paved streets. tennis lake access and too
Martin RosierEngagement punch bowls decorated with green Karen Chitty, daughter of Joan at the Pratt Street Recreation Center more to list much
Told fern and on the other side stood a Chitty, celebrated her 16th birthday starting at 7:30: P.M. All bridge Call yv
candelabra decorated with daisies Saturday night with a small group of players are welcome to play. today for information on this very affordable home for
Mr. and .
Mrs. Rex E.
Anderson of
in Gainesville continuing
and fern girl friends the discriminating buyer.
Starke announce the engagement and Assisting in serving were Casandra with a slumber party at her home and
approaching marriage of their Sweat, Zena Melton, Vicki Dugger an all day beach party at Crescent
daughter, Vicky Sue to Martin Yanis Sheri Parrish. Dacee Tuggle, Sandra Beach, the next day.
Rosier son of Ray Rosier of
Lawtey Odom Robin LoadholU and Teri Had- ,
and Mrs Freddie Amerson of Bratt dock. Ira

Fla. The bride's book was kept at the Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane of .
wedding and reception by Karen Jacksonville Beach were weekend We Will Be
The wedding will be an event of Moorhous cousin of the bride. visitors of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Closed
August 23 at First United Methodist The couple Is residing in Lawtey. Huston McClane.St I
Church Starke.
The bride-elect Is a 1973 graduate of Friday
Bradford High School and is Edwards Church Halt
employed at Bradford Furniture.
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Brooker's Rainbow Marine




Sweeps Own Tourney


Brooker'i Rainbow Marine swept Gene Raulerson pitching." homer Gene Melvin was at Ml,Tim-
through IU own tourney with five Rainbow led all the way in the finals my Whitehead 356 with two hu.ne
straight wins last weekending Sunday but Gwynn'a captured a 13-14 runs Matt Hull smacked ,four
G n'.of High Springs. 11S In Sun lead In the top of the seventh. In the homers, and Gary Melvin and Brown
,vr'A day s title game. bottom of the last Raulerson, the both hit .500 even with Melvin having
V The Starke Stan were fourth in the tourney MVP led off with a single, one four-bagger.
event. Doug Brown added another base hit, "I'm hoping this ballclub Is coming
Rainbow didn't breeze through but and Gene Melvin singled both home around now; Nipper said of Rainbow
won (the close games. The Brooker for the 18-15 victory. Marine, which has finished lst-2nd-
club also had a one run decision over RM had to come back from down 4th-2nd-lst In Its last five tourneys..
W.W. Gay 23-22 and a two-run verdict 17-1 In the fourth against W.W. Gay. The Starke Stars won two and lost
over Macclenny's Crackers, 14-12, In "We batted around a couple of times two. After falling to Gaineville Tire
their opener Friday night. Easier and caught 'em" Nipper said. They 12-11 In the bottom of the tenth Inning
wins came over South 1de Baptist were In the driver's seat in the rest of they thumped Hampton 16-1 and
Church of Lake City 9-5. and the games Including: the opening win Southside Baptist 1M before being
Gainesville Tire In the winner's over the Crackers, where they eliminated by Gwynn's 21-6. Al Chap-
bracket final 13-2. "We Just played jumped out for nine runs In the first. man's lO-of-13 .769 weekend led the
good, solid Softball this weekend" Raulerson ended with a .611 16-18 year old team with Chuck
RM manager Steve Nipper said. "We average but It was hustling newcomer Johnson hitting .727. Kevin Tillnum
played good defense and got that good Toby Dillow who led RM with a .727 692, Chub Johnson .643, Tom
average In his first tourney with the Paladin .600, and Mike Andrews
club. Dick Wheeler hit .600 with one slapping four hits !In five at bats.
Starke Truck


3-2 in Valdosta"We

Want to know the best
,
2"VIA did what we really set out to do .
and that was make a showing" said reason to buy a
Starke Truck manager Dwight Elder
after the city league champs won X VICTOR from the Office
three of five games In a powerhouse
IB-team tournament In Valdosta last Shop?
14, weekend.DM 'i4 t
Racing of Jack
Starke Truck with a sonvillesstagged Because whop your
Hankerson Swipes Third opener but the two-time Starke
Cleve llankcrson of the Twins takes third on a passed ball 5)) Is Just late. Backing up the play Is shortstop Judson champs came back to eliminate machine breaks down,
as the tag by Phlllle third baseman Rick Klmutls (number Jackson., Jacksonville Navy J-3, Lawson Auto
Parts of Altamonte Springs 17-16 and w.11 give you a loanerElectronic .
Ray's Metal Works of Gainesville
DY Minor 16-1S before being ousted themselvesby
Phillies for 2nd in
Twins Sweep Dellvi_'. Merchants 18-16. That
era. -, loss left them In fifth placejust one MODEL 100
spot from a trophy.That despite hav-
Tli'e.7wins edged the Phillies 10.9 it 'was the Phillies who started onslaught. The 104 lead held up for, ing just nine players making the trip,
Thursday night and then bombed strongly scoring five times In the victory number one and the Twins forcing Elder to play.
them '16-4 Friday night to sweep the first three innings while pitcher Rob kept rolling In game two. Dave Carroll of North Carolina won
best'otjhree. playoff for second placeIn bie McRae fanned nine batters Brian Davis stroked four hits,Dude the tourney without a losstopping
the Starke Dixie Youth Minor through four frames. Then, with the Paladin cracked two doubles and a Jerry Catering of Miami, the Calculator!
League. Phillies up 6-1,the Twins suddenly got single,Stanwix-Hay and Jason Crews number one ranked team in the U.Sand Printing
Lawtey's Suns were league champions rolling They poured nine runs across added three singles each, and Timmy ( the team Starke's Ken Carlton e Combination calculator and adding machine
winning both halves of the In the fifth as John SUnwU-Hay Lewis and Dewey Williams had two plays for) 43-42 In the
I season;' doubled twice and Cleve Hankersonhad hits apiece as the Twins stopped the championshipgame. e Easy to operate with minimum training
In Thursday's opener of the playoff \
e machine
;:i) Adding keys separated from calculators -
.. ...--.,.....-.-.....__ _... r' ___ called "a super weekend"- of 18 .' -minimizes
,with nine homers and a 833 average ". operator error.Features
for Starke Truck. Dave Carrot '. "'
"adding machine" logic
: r Bruce Mead was even better,winning !
t MVP honors on the strength of a 19 for ';Accepts drop-in ribbon cartridge for fast,
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21, 11 homer weekend. Teamate
neat and
James Washington won the home run easy changes
trophy with 15 though McGee was the
CA5n "clubhouse leader' with his nine
after Saturday.
Tommy Wise hit .609 with three Available for only &IL4900FFIftE
homers for Starke Truck, with Ricky
Bennett and Gene Tanner both ,
blasting six out to go with averages of
S50 and .324 respectively. Terry
Gaines hit 027 and Larry Mercer and
Joey Bennett were at even 500.
"The/ were all heart this SHOP
weekend." Elder said of his team's

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top team In the Starke Dixie Youth Minor Leaguethis Strickland. ,
I year was Lawtey's Suns. Second row I. to r., Robert Starling. Coltrane Felton.
Members of the championship team are: kneeling, from John Berry.Mike Ronrke,Dale Norman Cindy Taylor,and Beat the high cost On The Fourth j
left to right. Shane Napier, Wayne Prevatt. Kenneth Nor- Allen Wood and la back coach Butch Prevatt. toflaloline.


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The Dixie Youth Major League champion Lawtey Blue Trey Howard.. Top row, I. to r., Donnle Brooks, Scott A
tea mss: bottom row left to right.Cary Mire Mike Goulm.. Anders Gerald Brown, Lonnle Hamilton, Lee Austin.. In *
SeanRobertson, Jeff McClellan.,! Tammy Glddens, and back, coaches Brenda and George Seeley.! Out

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Da,fen Chandler ripped a line-drive ;; and, second place In four Chandler was'2-for-l for the winners *
homer for two runs to pull the Giants hart ( clinch.the leaguethe title while Chuck Coburn Chappel and Whirlpool
withih 6-5 and they scored twice moreIn .Lawtey Blue). Greg Wllkerson of the Giants and +
the bottom of the sixth to overtakethe In Tuesday's game the Braves eased Chappel of the Braves all had two hits
Braves 7-6 In Tuesday night's out to leads of S-l and 6-3 is pitcher In tares trips. .
playoff for second: place In the pixie Mike Chappel fanned six hi the first In' FrIda,'. rain makeup Ken SAY'r1r *
Youth Major League. ; four innings and David Williams and Williams laid down a perfect squeeze Starke LAD GA'S3 *
The comeback win gave the Giants Chuck Milliard both smacked a pair of .bunt to send the game Into extra Inning \
secoM: place overall in the league as doubles. But In the sixth the Giants but In the top of the eighth the : 2.W. Madison Starke,
theywere both halves to 'scrapped back with Chandler's liner Braves tallied three runs as four men APPLIANCES
Lawtey Blue, which lost Just once all. over the center field fence with Isaac drew walks and Andy Nguyen singled BBB77iJacksonville'
season long In taking the title. Montgomery aboard bringing them In the deciding frame.. Chuck Milliard '
The Braves had won a Friday night within 6-8 and two walks and two err had a double and two singles and Q'en Cove S gin s'. Lake Cit -Jacks nYllle Be
rain mlteup with the Giants 14-11 in roes allowing the tieing and winning Chappel doubled" twice: for winning **
eightrcnnlngs to force: Tuesday's runs home. Braves

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I 0IYmmU0 mmOlf0 3 Richard Gaines, Wins Starke Golf Title \f


Richard Gaines, a 1980 Bradford
High grad shot a..kne. .; rV-
Florida Bank 3rdDomino's Secretary, 964-5405; and Michelle tournament were set for Wednesday his second straight even144 club championship to win- /-.. ..ro71.7aa.ii.dSS.ky.w.ky_.. PaeiN --_.........-('''Ie>-- .: A AMMM
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4th Parker,Treasurer, 964-6714 night with Sue and Leo Fuentes taking at the Starke Golf and Country ....... -- _'oe:

registration t;: on Chub Johnson and Janice Club over the weekend. .M.wryM .Yf.F1N.
In Women's The first for player Jockel the title match. PP.741.1 eta PM.Mm \
TourneyFlorida and cheerleaders Gaines had 1 r ..,wF7r1Males. M-7e4.1r..7
aged 7-13 will be The Fuentes husband and wife a six stroke cushion ((71 454wai.rMSt. :
Prink and the Dominos of held Saturday, July 12, from 10 a.m. team beat Marie Wynn and Steve to 77) over runnenip Harold "Dish" '-- tws.tw. .: :yts..lat: r
Starke were third behind the Spirits of to 4 p.m. Youths will need a of Bishop after Saturday's first -'. ': ''' '\
copy Griff 6-4, M to get to the champion- 18 holes serf H..t.r Wa.IM 111.4 Paek.N..I-(41454u.A..P ..)'- : ,,
Green Covo and the Untouchables of their birth certificate to register. and held that margin with a final Al..,. :......it i. :(
Palatka In a tourney hosted by the Football practice starts August 1, Jerry ship round.McGrlff Johnson-Jockel and Terri Thomas beat 6-4, round 73 (to Bishop's 74-151). Steve "..11...a...........- A w.r.rM ,...,.,.,....;

Spirits last weekend. 6-4 In their semi. McGriff and Thomas Simmons was third at 79-76-155 with r -.. .a..P4H te.w..a..t .N..pINr.
High Batting Average award win- I960.Fuentes' had survived Jerry Wilson and Col- Clyde Terwillegar fourth with an 1ill5.511,5.s M tai. r4
ner Linda Cubbedge led the bankersto versusJohnsonJockel leen Pike 2-6,8-3,6-3 In the 80-76-156 effort and Jim Hester fifth V _D. ".M. M_ .7.71141P 't'

three wins in five games in Green set match thus far only three with an 83-76-139 score. w71tert -...... ,'"
Cove. They started with a 19-4 win t> .. r ..... .1ILNtb. ..1
over Jones TV of St. Augustine, and In Lipton Final Harry Rlggs S.C. Denmark and .".n-I" -=. .t;71.I'i <:
after falling to the Spirits 10-5 came Jack ''Alvers were champions of the Richard Gains os ....._ 7'."" .' '
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Finals In Starke's Tea tennis .f
back with a 16-5 victory over Post 194 Lipton three handicapped flights. ;,::;:: .

of St. Augustine and a 10-9 win over '..: .1.:.;:,'. ..:
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the Starke league champion .v.. o'j
Dominos-- getting the final out with .r. ::
the bases loaded in the bottom of the .,: ,.: I"

seventh. The Untouchables then ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER .
denied the Starke girls a shot at the TMrICK TNI PRINTS QM wi extra...of print with every roll of
final with an 11-10 win In the loser's color or EVEHYDAY.TWICS black and.white print Him developed)and printed...TODAY'AND
bracket final.
The Dominos had started with THI FILM Get two rolls of print film for !IT* price of on*I
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forfeit win over the Cougars then lost .t Eckerd's... TODAY AND EVERYDAY. your .
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bing Jones TV 25-3 and falling to I I : )
Florida Bank.Cubbedge I' .i I I I.I I.
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was 16-for-20 with 12 I I : '
RBI's three homers and two triples I I L.

and doubles in her big weekend. I I I.. : .: :
Backing her Vorease Jones hit .571 I -- ''j' T :
with five extra base hits, Joy Maines I 1 :

hit 550, and Lorna Leasure was at I t GeiM :I 1 : -_ { 1 ,I.j" 2
476. Sheryl Jackson added 10 runs I : I 1 t Y

batted in.Marian. Walsley lead the Dominos I I I ':' I ", =_ :; :

with a .750 ((9 for 12 with I I ,: :
average one .
home run). Cassandra Johnson hit t% : 1 PEPSI p11PtE1 / j Ff1 Ff1l :

615, Betty Jean Hudson 583,and both ( :
Terri Parrish and Diane Smith .500 : T

even. Smith had two homers. I ,: '
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Win Playoff for 4th in Womenq Softball League Final Softball Men's Standings Open :


i* Rowdies plated M runs In the hits. Including a two-bagger! to'lead Leasure e y1 Jackson,Peggy Nettles 'while Sapp went 5-for-9. from Edna Allen and a S-for-4 day' two Starke Truck for the topped Siarke NuWaves Men's by
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'h Inning and ran past Bradford the Rowdies in their playoff victory. and Debra Gllpln all -came The Rowdies got a 3-foM with two from Donna Thompson in Its win. League saunas Softball title while the Starke
.iture's Saints 17-3 Tuesday night Florida Bank' win over the through with base hits in the big inn- doubles night from Donna Thornton In Diane Smith was S-for-S, all Star senior bays team nabbed its
'>playoff game to earn the fourth Domino' also came by virtue of a Ing. Cubbedge and Sue Fuentes had their win over Hampton,with Juanita doubles, and Dawn Schooling was list-ever with third
trophy in the Starke Women late rally-five run sixth inning.Linda bashed three extra base bits hi threeat teed spicing in a triple and double. S-for-S with two doubles In the place finish.league trophy a

*League Cubbedge, Edith Sapp Loraa bats each in the win over Hampton Community Bank got a 4-6 game Domino 13-0. The Stan were 134 to finish an alltims -
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_t+ J'league place,champ Florida Dominos Bank knocked 5-3 to knot offs Starke Summer Club Splits 2 Twinbills with Buchholz (1M and NuWaves\ UM.

wne.two team's regular season n-r....... tea
.,. at two wins apiece. Florida Bradford's High School Summer ed to abut the Bobcats down on four against Clark. Both Clark and Richie homer over the left fielders head In M.i.T.i- Na
.had already thumped Hamptonthe baseball team split a pair of nomo- hits and Kenny Clark unloaded a Fender had two hits in the loss with the fifth. Then with the Buchholz upW -.. IdaN.M.M. Ise
/ Dominion smacked the Saint field doubleheaders with Buchholz 350-foot home run to the football Bill Goodge adding a triple. In the sixth! Clark tagged a 370 foot Dow IW
and the Rowdies got by Hampton last week to enter a Wednesday bleachers In center field with Junior The two squads met again Monday 'tomer to right center with two down Iry..a.a.le ,MOM.II,
while the third-place finisher.imunity doubleheader with Gainesville 18 Schoening aboard. Sparks. and Mark evening with BHS again winning the and Fender and Mitch Williams : .... ...
Bank Daczlen- ousted with an 11-6-1 mark. Williams added triple in that win. opener, 7-6, as Goodge won his fifth aboard. '-"-,less ''''- pea
KP Rowdies 13-4. Last Wednesday the Starke team Buchholz came back to claim the straight with last inning relief help Bucbholz's Craig Myers tossed the
;tl"K1-Melanie\. Gohagen was 2-for-2 with a won a 3-1 verdict in the opener a* nightcap 6-5 in eight Innings though from Clark. Buchholz led 441 before first blanking of the Summer at
and Ginny Kilby, added two Scott Allen and David Spark combin they scored Just one earned run Goodge drilled a three run running Starke in a 5-0 nightcap wine Smallfry Minor

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,[ Lawtey Newsby Special Service Highlight J\\'. Active The Fourth of July and,Fireworks ;.; I ,

h firework have been If you have questions, or ivp ( like
Ministry at .FirstYt.Metiiodist tradition part of patriotic festivitiesfor to comment on any subject,"Write to
, Elisabeth Terry Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.Greg they present serious BW
of many "Straight[ From Guntejr", tjL-29,
\ pbMMTnXMWPERSONALS Morgan and their daughter Pam safety hazards, particularly': to The Capitol, T.Uatu.FInPlda. ;
Colorado, and Mr. and M.... DannyShuford. Three choirs, a variety of Instruments -' tending Sunday School ((9:49: a.m.) children. Deaths, bflndings.lamputa- S2301
: .All of them were and special music are all regularly this summer will be 1 tion, severe burns and coeU) property .. f'
j I wish to thank the staff of the Bradford ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn part of a special worship service Sunday guests. Additional parents are being damage have resulted from Fourth .
=Telegraph, including Shuford and Nancy. July 0,at First United Methodist added to help In the growing preschool of July celebrations Involving PINE LEVEL ; I
Mrs. J r ally, who hat recentlyresignjob Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell, and Church at 11 a.m. The service will be. and church nursery program. fireworks.The :.-
t there, and each peru their daughter, Mrs. David Kelly and based upon the freedom which Christ, U. S. Consumer Product Safety YOUTH RETURN ; '
r y ron who gave me one Item of son Justin of Jacksonville returned brought and upon which this countrywas 6 Commission reports that last year FROM CAMPS : : j t ti
are youth going
the eight yean which I have taken home Sunday from a weeks visit with built. The meditation is "Land of statewide more than 8,000 persons most of
.' It 'to the Music Camp at "June
care of them. their son-in-law and daughter Mr. the Free." them 19 years of age or younger On Saturday evening, 21.
. third class and Mn.. Florida Southern in Lakeland. thirty-one young people 'landcounselors :
Officer treated at hospital emergency
Petty and Mrs. Craig Carroll and family of were
,. James W. Page returned to their Besides special training, they will be rooms throughout the country for left the Pine Level Baptist
I t. I' home In Bufort, S.C. on Monday. Boca Mr.: Raton.and Mrs. Richard Moore-and The Big Top Is coming to First participating in a concert and record fireworks-related Injuries. Church for a week at the'BUI JUce
returned United Methodist or more accurately a record. On Monday others will be Ranch Murfreesboro Tennessee.!
. Their sister, Jane Chastain, Ricki spent Sunday at Silver While some of the accidents were in ,
with them and will spend a month daughter. ly, church will be going to School going to Brandon to another camp ex- caused by use of Illegal fireworks,the Their first stop was Chattanooga,
I vacation with them. Springs.Mr.. and Mn. Jim Love and sons J. Top. There is a specialSunday amining the meaning of church and majority were linked to "safe" Tennessee where they attended the
I Miss Nancy Struth visited her and Tony of Lake Wales spent the August being planned at Circus World seeing ministry in action at special fireworks which can be legally purchased Sunday morning services 01;: the
and 23. All children and at- urban ministries In Tampa. Church;The
, brother and sister-in-law. Mr. weekend with their brother and youth in many states. Highland Park Baptist
Mrs. Rod Struth, and family in Plant sister-in-law,Rev. and Mrs.Don Love The sale or use of fireworks in church is the second Urges! in
City Saturday until Wednesday.Mr. and family. Florida la Illegal. Violation are America and is pastured by 1> :.Lee
and Mrs Benton Futch of Methodist Youth punishable by one year In ,Jail and a Roberwn. It i* also the horne'of' the
Starke and their sister, Mrs. Mary News -- '--.... ActivitiesLast 11,000 fine. It Is illegal also to set off Tennessee Temple University.
Julia Fachtmann, and daughter Comma] :nity firecrackers, cherry bombs, Roman After enjoying lunch at the Unftrer-
Carla of Yokohama Japan, vlslteatheir ; Sunday evening the youth candles and skyrockets. 'alty, the young people arrived-at' the
aunt, Miss Elizabeth Terry on by Elizabeth G.Walker School: 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 divided up into two softball teams. Therefore, I urge you and your 1,300 acre ranch around S p.m. Sun
Thursday night. They were on their Phone M4-MB3 a.m. Evening Worship p.m. One team was captained by Kevin families to view forewords only at day. Later that evening they attendedthe
way from the airport to Starke. Pint Bora Church of The Living Miller and the other by Jay Eaves. supervised public displays. These first of over twenty'-meetings
Mr. and Mrs. ;J.T. Prevail, Sr. of Wedding postponed: The wedding God: Tuesday 6:30: Bible Study. Friday After five Innings of play the Eaves displays are operated under permits geared jj:
Starke were Friday overnight guestsof of Cynthia Davis-Wayne Berry has Tarrying Service. Sunday School team had walked over the Miller issued by local authorities and are Not ofnly did they bear cballengihg
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. been postponed until a later date. 10 a.m. Morning Worship a.m. team with a winning score of 18 to 6. supervised by fire and police depart messages from some of America's
1 and Mrs. Donald Rick and Mrs. Watch the paper for the announce Evening Worship 7 p.m. The Eaves team got off to a good start ments. finest preachers, but theywere :in-
Carolyn Giddings and children of ment. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: with the first batter up being "Little Here are some suggestions for a. volved In interstate athletic"events
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Gainesville.Mr. Register to vote, please: Every The Sunday School Convention will John" Dempsey who hit a third base safer Independence Day:: with over 1,000 teenagers. -They
', and Mrs. Richard Moore and citizens is asked to register to be eligible begin in Jacksonville July 23-29 at St. hit and came in to score the first run -Fireworks may be a source of accidental played volleyball, football and a ft.
, daughter visited their father, Mr. to vote in the November election. Stephen AME. Members are asked to In the ball game. During the rest of fires which can result in ball. They won second place In.the
James Bradford of Tampa, on The campaign for membership for cooperate with this activity. Sunday the game homeruns were hit by John death Injury and property damage. Softball tournament. &fe
Father's Day weekend. the Concerned Citizens organizationIs School 10..m. Communion Service 11 Dempsey, Jay Eaves and Glenn Tourists and visitor should be The teens also enjoyed swimming,
Friends of Mr. Joe Shuford regretto still on. All Interested citizens are a.m. Stewardess Board No. 3 will Gnann. made aware that although fireworks horseback riding cookouts, hikinfeia:
learn that he is a heart patient In asked to take out a membership The serve. "may be purchased in neighboring Karate demonstration, and a rodeo.
Baptist Hospital, Jacksonville. He help of all citizens needed. Other team members on the Eaves states, their use Is Illegal In Florida. Those attending from Pine. Level
Ian t much better as of Saturday,June Class Reunion: Members of the team were Tommy Hardenbrook, -Fireworks should never be considered Baptist Church were: "":i:
28. Our prayers are with him and his Class of 1970 will hold its 10 year reu- Bible School Set Jason Polk, Tammy Dempsey, Anna as toys for children.They can Derek Alvarez, Greg Alvarez.,;tUn-
family. Later news as of Sunday nion Saturday July S. All classmates At Pine LevelOn Jean West, Brett Smith,Todd Denton, be deadly.Do dy Alvares:, RvaRandy
afternoon, June 29. His condition has are urged to please pay fees to Linda Tammy Denton and Kris West. The not allow" children to use Davis, Marty Dud-
stabilized.Mr. Hampton, Shirley Ford, Melvarine July 7-11, Pine Level Baptist Miller team Included: Randal Polk,,', sparklers without close adult supervision. t>udding, Hank HodgO*,
and Mrs. Ralph Futch and Morris or Shirley Fayson Griggs no Church, under the leadership of Len Eaves Michael West, Matthew Even though sparklers can be ding,Timm Danny Hughes.
children Tony, Jeff, Christina and later than Friday, July. Pastor Roman Alvarez, will provide a Messer, Trade West, Marsha legally bought and used and are Howard Hugs, Terry Martin,.Brad
Karen of Black Mountain, N.C. are Church Activities most exciting Vacation Bible School.A Hardenbrook, Bill Sanders Lee thought by many to be safe, they can McRae, Joey Stalnaker, Eddie T...-
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. New Bethel Baptist Church: Bible new highlight this year will be the Hardenbrook, Nelson Green and Scott burn at very high rature and nant, Shane Thornton,: ,Wayie
Willie Green of Starke for their sum School began June 23 and ended Friday introduction of the Great Foodinl, a Polk. can easily Ignite cloth or cause Youngblood, Denise Connell: San
mer vacation. They visited their aunt, evening with Family Night. Two gospel magician who will be choosing painful burns. Gockley, Ann Hii -
Miss Elizabeth Terry, on Saturday youngest were baptized during this boys and girls to act as his helpers enjoyed the evening of chins Melissa Jackson,Zoe JerminDebbie
afternoon. time. There was an attendance of 79 each day. Children will also par- softball following a snack supper Moody, Connie Moody'Tar
Mrs. Pam Talley and children, of including 8 teachers. We are gratefulfor ticipate In exciting stories, contests served by Dot Denton and Sybil Card of ThanksI my Volkots, and their counsel'
Jacksonville, spent a week with her the many participants who attended and free treats which will Include ice Dempsey. Following the game the Hazel Dudding Dianne Moody,
mother, Mrs. John Tye, Sr. from other churches students in cream, watermelon, sno-cones, and youth participated in a short devotional Don and Brenda Hallgren. They w
Mrs. Martha Smith and daughter the different classes. Mn. Sarah Mor- much, much more. All children are on the sermon on the mount led want to thank the people for beingso Joined on Wednesday by their i pas
Sharon of Jacksonville visited Mrs. ris from Allen Chapel AME Church Invited to attend each day. For a free by Don Denton. nice to me while In the hospital.. and his wife, Rev. Mrs. Roma
D.O. Brown and daugher Shawna on taught the 8-9 year old children and bus ride each day, call 9646490.. Next Sunday evening, July 6, all Also thanks for the cards from Alvarez. The group returned-
Wednesday morning. Mn. Leona Royal from Mt. Moriah youth groups will meet at the everyone and the flowers were Starke on Saturday afternoon.
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Rick Moore, grandson of Mrs. Fred United Methodist Church assisted SUNDAY Fellowship Hall at 6 p.m.. for snack beautiful. I am sure I never will Also attending camp last week w<
Moore, Sr., visited Mrs. Moore and with sewing cards, packing up 8:05 a.m., Sunday School Adult 10 Choir a.m., supper and Bible study. Mrs. Marie forget those that were so kind. Also 45 Junior age campen and >theii
other relatives during the past week. materials and cleaning up. We are Morning Worship 1I..m., Polk will lead the older youth in their thanks to the doctors and nurses at counselor They enjoyed a week 'a
Chris Tally son of Mr. and Mrs.Joe grateful for the visiting helpers. Rehearsal 5:30: p.m., Training Time program for the evening. the Bradford County Hospital for be- the Trinity Youth Camp In Keys t.on
of Jacksonville celebrated his divided 6:30: p.m., Evening nice.
Talley The mission offering was Werahik7Setmvice Don Denton ing so Height
sixth birthday at the home of his and distributed among some shut-in WEDNESDAY Youth Director Thelma Wise
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J.B. senior citizens and the sick. 7:30: p.m., Adult Choir Rehearsal 8:30

Talley of Starke on Sunday, Jan. 29. The Bradford County Missionary p.m.
His other grandmother, Mrs. John and Literary Society donated yarn
Tye, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, sewing cards, tape for the joint ser- "
Jr. and family were guests. vices, and other material. I
Mr. and Mrs. James Wood, of The outing for Bible School will be
Rome, Ga. spent the weekend with announced later. Mae Frances EfnPHflSIS
their son-in-law and dater, Mr. Jenkins, Bible School Director, Rev.
and Mrs. Jackie Crews A.J. Simmons pastor.
Hank and Mark Hodges spent from New Bethel Church: Sunday School ; a
'HOUSE
Saturday until Thursday at the Bill only Sunday. Prayer meeting is con- POTTED PLANTS
Rice Ranch at Murphreesboro, Tenn. ducted each Wednesday at 7 p.m. All .. 1 ;
Mn. Tom Whaley and girls of Tam members are Invited to attend. 'W1ce Selection of Popular Varieties -
I pa Mrs. Moines Griffin and childrenof American Legion Post 314 met
Palatka and Mr. and Mn. Danny Wednesday,July 2,at 8 p.m.in the an- In 3",Pbls Pick Up Some Favorite

Luke of Heilbronn Springs, were SUn- nex of the church.St. Here Now A SALUTE TO THE ENERGY POLICY OF
day dinner guests of their mother John Missionary Baptist
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, sister, Mrs. Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each The American Legion which stresses the increased

Daisy Boch, and Miss Lynn Whaley. Sunday. Vacation Bible School will be 9SC production of natural gas, oil and
Miss Whaley returned home with July 7-11, from 5 to 7 p.m. Emmer 2 for coal the research development
them and will work there. Strong, Director.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman and Ebezener Baptist Church: Sunday _fs and commercialization of

son spent Father's day afternoon with School 9:30.:: The Deacons and alternative energy sources, I.e.. ,
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Deaconesses will conduct a i Z solar,wind, synthetic fuels,
Altwater and Mrs. R.W. Bowman of Fellowship service at 11 a.m. and 3
Jacksonville.The p.m. Ms.Juanita Mosely will speak at Dragon BrandD1AZINQN uS nuclear power, etc.-and
Bryant Wilkerson Reunion at 3 p.m. conserving our precious energy

,. Highland Church on Saturday, June Greater New Hope Baptist Church, LIQUID resources.
28, was a big success. There were Alachua is sponsoring a Fellowship F
more than 135 present, with plenty of luncheon Saturday,July S, in honor of 25%
food to eat which was enjoyed by all. Rev. L.R. Davis' 8th anniversary in 'MYTH'AMERICA-
Deron Eunice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alachua. Ebezener Baptist Church Is 5/8"dia.x50fL General we for RUNNER UP
Emory Eunice,of Gainesville, visited invited. ,-
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Choir No. 1 is invited to sing at Put NYLON REINFORCED ... I control of many Does FPL make a profit on the fuel adjustment? No!
Harold Eunice Monday nil Frida nam Hall July II, 7:30 p.m. Insect peats on The Florida Public Service Commission established
Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey, her daughter, Pleasant Grove United Methodist WATER HOSr ,,...c vegetablesflowerslawn fuel adjustment to allow electric utilities to
.the provision ,
Mn. Wyolene Day and son Keith, Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion
were Saturday dinner guests of her 3pm.Vacation Brass Couplings lawn recover the cost of fuel used in the generation of power.:.

daughter, Mn. D.R. Brown and Bible School will be July At present, a six-month l vclU.d fuel charge appearson
children.Mr. 19-26 from 9 to 7:30: p.m. Prayer Pe0 698 Pint' 98 the bill.
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly went to meeting will follow immediately after 10.46
Jacksonville Friday. He went to see Bible Study. This new clause, it is hoped, will be more equitable

Mr. Joe Shuford in Baptist Hospital, Mt. Moriah: Sunday School 9:30: -Reg.MT for the concerned customer who now will be. able
while she visited the eye doctor, then Morning Worship 11 a.m. Choir
household efficiently and .
to budget expenses more .
they went to see Orie Wiggins at St. rehearses Wednesday for the Adult
t Vincent's Hospital. Choir. measure conservation efforts more accuratel (The

f Miss Erin BrasweU of Indalanticwas Free Canaan True Church of God In previous fuel adjustment method changed monthly0"
a guest of Ray Wilson on Tuesdayfor Christ: Sunday convention will be a
a week.He drove down today for a great activity at the church beginning See Us For TORO! Mowers & Weed Eaters' dowh or upland made budgeting difficult) .:. ,
few days. Saturday through Sunday. All
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holland and members are asked to cooperate with FLORIDA-- WATT-WISE.. TIP ,: t tIf

sons of Jacksonville were Sunday din- this activity.Mt. out-of-town and the lasts longer than ;
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Plsgah AME Church: Sunday VEST GARDEN CENTER you're' going .' trip
Brown and Shawna. School 10 a.m. Communion Service 11 three days, you'll be
.
Mrs. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited a.m. All members are asked to \c money ahead by turning your
their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul cooperate with the activities of the 0 ..9 AM'8'; PI 964-574 electric water heater off. h
Seaven,Sr.in Jacksonville on Friday church. \
afternoon. Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday When you return, the unit will
Mrs. Wendle Smith and her a!
need to operate only about one
daughter, Elizabeth, of Jacksonville '
.
hour to reheat enough water for
came down on Saturday. Elizabeth .'. '' .
remained for a summer vacation.Mr. your use., ..
and Mn. Frank Smith and -q i

family of Cleveland Va. came Saturday I DO WE HAVE THE COURAGE TO SURVIVE AND' "
June 28, on a sightseeing tour of .. -.. -.
the state, and stopped overnight with THRIVE?
their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. An editorial entitled "It Takes, a Lot of Courage" offers \
Mn. Andrew McCombs.
and
Johnny Tinsler is spending the thoughtful challenge.The writer noted the tremendous"courage .;:: .:

month of July with his parents, Mr. displayed by our forefathers in crossing the .", ;; '

and Homestead.Mr. Mrs.. Albert Tinder, of WINKLER has Atlantic, defying the King of England developing this i

and Mn. Harold Bessley of vast land and persevering'the wars of the twentieth ":: :i

Mobile, Ala. visited Mr. and Mn. Les mwdl ccntury.'The writer than. asks "But as the Sixties z' i

McClellan on Saturday afternoon. GREAT SAVINGS progressed/there came concern, and rightfully so !
United Methodist Women Thrift .
.
forourenv\ronment..Sut'thatconcembecamean\ M :-3
Shop will have a closing out of the VL *
Thrift Shop on Saturday, July S. on obsession arid a vehicle b '-whkh those who feared a' ";, :;i

Deron McClellan of Vldalia, Ga. virtually everything, could halt those who would .. :.
the weekend with his grandparents :
spent Mr. and Mrs. Las. McClellanon ; 'continue to meet the needs of the rest of the nation."

his way to St. Petersburg to attend : The writer concluded that we have to take some c. .: :.

a tennis tournament for two weeks. FEDDERS risks to keep America strong and working. "And the -, 'a. ..
Mrs. Robert Lee and her sister _
.
Mrs. Robert Shetsel of Keystone I Pun M Oil IMtlMll kp wallsASirfO oDM risks are much: less than our forefathers faced" a 1\
enjoyed lunch at "Sisters ,
Heights e .
.
Tea Room" in their new location in usk fps ,. .; ,' ..rI...... '"
Orange Park on Tuesday. High Efficiency Room Air Conditioners IIAp.OY a h'Om Good Hhlsekbepifagflft i ..w.;;;;:. ...... :.
Mrs. Sam Hicks, Jr, her soninlawand Ask about Fedder great. warranty. m ah." '+yROVIRS t '.. ... ..,.... .
:
and r. .
daughter, Mr. Mrs. Roy : ..,..Jt -'
Goodall and family of Chicago, 111. arrived Conditioning from FEDDERS aana.r fytMTonREFUa6R0EtE .. ..' ..- '<'J' .'
on Saturday to spend their vacation pwsutLa.
'LOAtMl'OOIe".LlOt1r$ COMHWV
with Mr. and Mn. Glenn Shuford
a! T:1
and Nancy,. and, of Mr.Manville and Mrs.who DosiHigKinbotham an WINKLER, ELECTRIC INCA 1 4 '. Pc 964-7596
her at present in their mobile home. 234 M Temple Ave.-_

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IL nf LE6ALS I 1 r '
nI'l AI Did You Know .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNRl (from page a

Unclaimed, Bond Mswoyt I!! FS, '"'.Pt. u.l ))1 ;'' ,ire. facllltlo/ In thus RMIcaning danco with -the local haying' any Intarestwhotevar .-

"'",; ,,J', ,..Tba)eN..,lne Beted. persons ar11 hereby HetKlejJhelt nr.nles/pjopouty' will .. I District an lots I Government Comprohomhfo In, the' enactment Mr. and Mrs. R.P.: McLendon The Rev. and Mrs John M. Flynn

101 : .-.'...........to theCounty e. Bradford unloii" *proper fW"! con he mode to the under thru 7 of Block 13 ,of Planning Act of, this, .proposed: visited their son, Tom McLendon In returned Sunday evening after a two

........ Mar .before 1 ..,.."""". 'I"o J, ))I 'IfIN',':lIT?}'::, : .' Temple. Addition to the of 1973 as provided for m ORQINANCl should. op-. Quincy on Saturday and Sunday. weeks vacation in the Northeast.
,, ....... .
.,: ', ". Cho* me. Areaont' D.f.nrloM/bnd.r..ew 'N town of -sections Chapter 13 of the. pow and be hoard at the They _-In-law and
2 Township 4 South Florida Statutes.TO time and place pre crib. Mr. and Mrs. R.E.Gahagan of Bluf- daughter. Mr.and Mrs. Frank
...,
22 All _
Range Property : CIII Taxpuyei -
BIB1I ( 1.00 Richard George WemlckBUT "lying an East side of and other. In+ ad.BOARD OF BRADFORD fton, N.C. were visiting relatives hereon Cogdell Norfolk, Mass where John
11.00 William' A. KenstandBUM Clark Street between -.... COUNTY COMMIS. Friday and Saturday.Mr. Flynn\ Jr.of Jacksonville Joined them
.Jii. Brownlao' and Weldon. SIONERS.By for a week.They also visited rel-tives

'120* ,30 1.00 00 ',Wllllem Anthony Douglas C. Cemwnaro WedeleU Streets. Property of You and each of you ,/./011....... S. and Mrs. Jerome Johns attended in Mew Jersey on their return trip.

.'! Starke Motor Part Cp. 'ors.be...by and .herewithgIvan Brown Clerk. lima 7/3 the wedding of John Stouton
,21.00' Robert- Leonard t"r :r Howard
) to Holly Charlene Hollingsworth
Included. -
notice In
; ,"\ } accordance
.. ,B133 .:; 100.00':' :,Coy R. Stuart \'Jli-.t;: ". Jil" ': Each and ovary.person. with Florid PUBLIC NOTICE on Saturday night at the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hudson of Blount-
'._.{.,1397 ,. 25.00 Ireward Eugen ....., / '" havl"llltw-, Statutes that the Boardof An ORDHMANCS amending First Baptist Church In High Springs. svtlle Ala. will spend the weekend
':: '! r, '. 0< '- . ,' ..r, In the the ComprehensiveLand with filer mother Mrs. Nelson
... .. :'s ',< M;' v(1221 '' < special exception County Commissioners Green
; 1 ( %.10 I > A.l. Drlggers should appear and be of Bradford Use Plan. Element Scott Parker of Miami visiting his and family.Mr. .
hoard at the time and County. Florida' have and Map of the City ofStark. aunts, Mrs. Edna Wells and Mrs.
$2x2 place .proscribed.. designated the Bradford .. Florida. l In accordance Carolyn Redgrave this week. and Mr*. Ogden Bate were
.10 Orlffls.UT40
P.I.
.: I GEORGE W. ROBERTS County Zoning and Planning with the local weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
: ''.1.00 Ray Brumbaugh A leveld Brumbaugh. ,, Chairman Board of Ad- Board to conduct a Government Comprehensive Sen. and Mrs.Charles Johns attend- Die' Shaller. On Sunday they visited
"' V .."" -. City of Storke. public hearing at a Planning. Act ed the Powell family reunion at Santa MarlneUnd and Mrs. Josephine
.
*
0 : "Dolph L Reddish. ;Sheriff, BRADFORD COUNTY SHERIFF'S DjPARTMENT.fa A.I Crosby Jr., regular meeting held at of 1973 as provided far Fe Lake near Melrose on Sunday.Mr. Cumber in St.Augustine, where she Is
'
In Chapter 163 of the
7/3::1t..... Secretary. 7:30 p.m. In the County a housekeeper at the Cathedral.
,: Itchg 7/3.. Commissionmeeting' Florida Statute and
room, Bradford County Chapter :23 Coda of Or and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of
Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chlsm visited
',. NOTICE Courthouse. Starke,, dl nonce, City of Stark.
Legal Florida. ,and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson and family
1. Florida Tuesday.
EDWARD on July
: I 1 ,ROBERTS
T II I I I In
has mad* application to 29. 1980 and make a TO AH Citizens; Taxpayers Sunday Tallahassee. Also a guest
waatRaa NOTICE OFINTENTION .tho Bradford County Zoo-, recommendation to the and other. Interested Mr. and Mrs. George Muggins were was Father James Cregan, formerly
camping at Gold Head Branch last of Starke. They brought back their
Ing Board for Board of County Commissioner : persons
$flljn G.: Slouch TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS classification of therop.rty and the week. oldest grandson, Richard Johnson for

described, Board will consider on You and each of you two weeks visit.
Reg. Ra|litet Broke150WGIISt. NAME below from EA to OR two Monday, August 4. 1960 are hereby and.herewith Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns had '
3' ((2)) acres located 2Vt at the sam said place at given notice .In. accordance last Friday night dinner guests Mr.and as. The Howard family reunion was
Storke Pursuant to Section miles Northwest of 10:00 A.M. on Ordinance with Florida. held Sunday at the Jerome Johns
Mrs. John Anderson of Callahan
r 863.00, Florida Statutes, Lawtey 'off 105th ,Av. ,.1a1l"lllGl Statute!. end City Ordinances Crystal Lake Home with approx
f,9 9645527Spoclal notice I. hereby given' N.W. In Section 11. City' of Stork. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs and Mr. imately 150 attending from Georgia,
h that the undersigned, Edna Township S South Range The -'nIl' of thefollowing Florida, that the City and Mrs. Warren Winkler of Starke Florida Illinois and Scotland.:
Ogletree, owner 2IS 22 East parcel 1124 to described property Commission of Stark, Mr. and Mrs. Hines Lohman of Cocoa
'. Broadway St.. Storks, allow two residence on and emending the Florida .boo designatedthe and Mr. and Mrs. Huvert Nlsehke and Linda Richardson >
Beautiful' corner lot at Country Club. First time or Flo.' 3201 doing two acres. Comprehensive land City of Starke. Planning daughter, Claudia of Koln, Germany. Dean's List for the was on the
market, spring quarter at
business. under the firm This change In Use Plan' to provide that and Zoning Commission I r I Florida State
?JroUer' Porki.I name of ,PROFESSIONAL classification. Is subject. lends currently zoned OR to conduct a .public University.
.trailer pork, 11 I troll...Appro.. 6 acres; Fenced. REHABILITATION SERVICE to a public .hearing. to bo and designated, by the hearing at a regular Professional District'the
I !t:''qU.. I0"1'rollers. 2 BR'tram* house, barn op. !, 2IS N. BroadwaySt. / held, on Tuesday.July' 29- plan as Rural Resldntlol > meeting to be hold at property of William R.' Jim and Sandra Duncan, Gareth
prox. 22 acres, fenced paiturefand LARGE! down pay .,, Stork, Flo. 32091 1980 at 7:30: p.m.. 'In the be retorted. to MS. 7:30 p..... In the City end Elmo G. Alderman, and Becky Jones Al and Margie
nl"1,jowner will finance balance. Intends to register, sold County Commission and designated Commercial Commission' roam, City KM N. McMahon S,.. Carlisle and Mac and Carol Baldwin

t ,:,,i. "* We Handle Rentals" ,* *; fictitious name under the Room In the Bradford the property of Hall Stark., Florida, on Stark. Florida described attended the 29th annual National
.2 1 provisions. aforesaid. County Courthouse., At BURDCTT GREENE,, Tuesday July22. 1900. a> follow, to wife .Square Dance convention In Memphis -
unfurnished' hau... statute. this time all person ,Interested described as fallows! and make a recommendation Lob 11 and 12 of Block I Tenn. from Wednesday to Sun-
ft
unfurnished apartment.4BR.JVI Doted. this 3rd day of shall be hoard One ((1)) acre located 4mil. to the City Commission 22 of Temple's Additions Jay. There were approximately 20,800
: Ia Ham. July A.D. 1980 In Bradford for or against the proposal *. South of Storke on and tho City the town of Stark as square dancer attending from all
3 Oft LAKE HOUSE Furnished; Feb. May. County. 7/3 timed as specified In the the West side of Hwy 301 Commission will consider per plot recorded In over the world.
:: '- : COMMIItCIALP.OPIITY I 724.' Zoning Code/ of Bradford 'In Section IB, Township 7 on Tuesday. dead Book G. Pogo:3O490S A
I.warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices Greet County. South Kongo 22 East out August S. 1060 at the of the public record Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.'Palmer, Sr.
location-., I PUBLIC NOTICE Donald'' L. Rardon, of parcel 4B70 for a same sold. place at 7:00: of Bradford County. and daughter Ann Brown were in
Tackle and Bolt business large Inventory. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Chairman' Bradford welding' and repair shop P.M. an Ordinance Florida' (loll facing on Franklin and Sparta, Tenn. over the
One city: block 'In downtown Stark*', lUll walling for th* FOR SPECIAL' County Zoning Board. and the sola of used rotating to:' McMahon Street). weekend attending the Palmer family
right business. Great opportunity for downtown mall. EXCEPTION! 7/3 Itchg farm equipment.You Each and ovary .person reunion. .
I .large warehouse, app..... 6.0Q0eq. ft. Needs roof one I Notice Is hereby given are further. given, Tho rezoning of the having an Interest
repairs..Has floor and standing walls. that th* Board of Adjust NOTICE that. a copy of following described properly whatever 'In the onact-
INVESTORS DREAM I _'. City of Stork. NOTICE of APPLICATION sold proposed ORDINANCE .' and amending. the meat of this proposed Sherri Norman visited her aunt and

Income. will Florida will/ conduct a FOR REZONINGAND Is available for Comprehensive' land ORDINANCE should op- uncle Mr. and Mrs. John Voudy and
Property ItselfI '
Pay For AMENDMENT OF
small hearing at 7:00 ".M.. In your'Inspection at the of, Usa Plan to provide that poor and be heard at the family in Miami June 12-17 and attended
apartment complex, Handyman special I 4 THE LAND USE PLAN
rental the City Commission lands toned .
'Ice'at the Director of currently tlmo and place described the graduation of Daisi
oalts; possibly S. An ORDINANCE
room, City Hall/ Stork. omen. and R-IC and designated by .
.! Zoning Planning Caldevilla.
malt from* hous ding the Comprehensive
Florida on July 22 1980. Bradford County .Courthouse the plan Slngla-Famlly. By Albert L. Crosby
I large frame house. Land Use ,Plan Element .
Needs ,
repairs: Residents or 4'apartments consider fora Medium
to a request Stork, Florida. Density District Jr., Planning t Zoning
Mm. Joy Norman Melissa and
((4 BR,.4 BA and Map by Bradford
) I special exception. to Each and be rezoned to RP, anddesignated Official, City of Stark.
.I.* 2 BR frame house. Apartment on .,d.. Zoned com- : allow a transmission.Country .. County.Florida In otter every personA Residential Florida ". 7/3. Darlene spent three days recently in
"Wtlal ._ Orlando and visited Disney World.
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NEW LISTINGS j j.Blacle 1111 11 11 f 1//
HIli'I
building on 301 North. Great business location.' I ..1 T I' 1 11111111.

.2.BR, I to. LR, Kit., on each side,duplex" brick, land-,

.scoped 3 1 vard.( .home en 3.47 ...''/0''
BVio. Greenhouse Zoned Commercial off SR 22 A. 3 '". 2 REALTORa registered collective membership
acres
J**..Apo>*nent" Downstairs 3 BR 2 'a; Upstairs, Living BA with fireplace. end "double mark which' may be used only"by real estate professionals

lQuortr" i Pont will, help"" mortgage garage. Large cleared. 4 ,, .' EE A L ESTATE ) who are members of the NATIONALASSOCIATION
: Pleas call '
: list QARRO
| : us to your property garden spot. '\I, "i, .J OF REALTORS and subscribe: to
:-'\ John E. Glover its strict Code of Ethics.

: Reg.Reel Estate Broker For Info call 473-32 \
,tu Green Zanders Associate .

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REAL TV
Remittal ( US 301 & Call Sr.J .
Offices 72-3931 Hornet 7S2-3B9 ; "- .J ,' .
964.0788, ANYTIME
Phone t4-7700
r-FlnancIng Specialistsn 393 N. Temple Avenue
program e Conventional' Leans > Owner Financing' Si41 Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone

FmHA s VA 0 FHA 203b). 203V), 23S. S4S 0 Exchanges

Are Your Rental 1 Slips Showing Come see for land, I BRADFORD COUNTY HAS MORTGAGE MONEY 111.

.B Rm. Heme.plus. garage .3 BR. 2 BA.,CB. F.F.. Cett. older. "homes.. and nw BUT IT AlrTT OONNA LAST FOREVER I 11 RENTALS
3 BR, 1 bath house several .
ham., | cottage apartments.OFFICR
A shop area. Vt ac. Vac. $ys, Cm. H/A 3 Ac.

*-12.SOO.ir X fAt MH. Furnished, ...Ranchett...000. 3 BR. 2 BA. *, Good 3 bedroom, 1% bath *FLORIST NUSUI M Ideal 1MatJo. =- .-.,. equipment. aa. I. ,SPACSl Carpet.3 roams both ,private entrance.CHCA .

wtth IT x **' ....... Shady" Ac. Stocked Pond, Pdneed.Let. home, with adjoining| Income 124.100. ,

$''.100. S54.900. producing rental/property I HOMES

.2 BR. Furnished. Home Farm House As.. to help make _nIDEAL FOR CHIIDMM-INCLUOINO A THE HOUSE,-4 BRS3 3 tike acres with 11I..h....... S24.BOO.I ,
$10,00_ sss.ooo., thly payment of.SM3.70, BA-Brisk V*..**r-Fern.' Room with. '1

.3 ... Promo I Blk. fromlowtoy '.3 BR. I BA CB. F... Con. This mortgage ,Is at 7% fImplece-CHAR-D"ble.. garage ** 100x200!' let sera with 3 B/R, I both 14.90O. ruJilIo
SI*., .oholHA. Plus L... Gust Cot located an I.% acres ol MS**. aro'jIQ

$34.000. tog.. 3.' A*. $87.000. land with 200' on 301. 'COUNTRY' UVINO-en 2 AreBack with BAch'Tam.OIA1706 I 0 2% acres with S/R 1..h., CB house SI.MO. (!!

.4 ... Home.In Country- 0'.M Ac Pond SU.J7S.. ... ft. living. area-S or 4 BRS-IVt'bath .
A:. S27,000. 010 A.. Shady $20.000. 3 .bedroom. cypress from* *. Sep OR-...- kitchen-Lg. LR with Franklin ,II em with, 3 1/., 1';!' both. C* house t REALTY

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.C_. H/A. S43.000. 52.poo.... Ac., uptown. Owners will hold. ... 3% acres with lovely. 3 BR, 2 both CB hen..

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I'NINE ACRES 3 BR 1 Bo-Frame Mom ...tee OR KM- TI.WILLiGA. 205 N. Temple, StarkWr
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'z f. Weekends Evenings Call, 104 a 280-cour4.> Hnence* SIO.SM.. .SI acre Hwy 301' south priced to sell with over I with a garden and attractive. landscaping. ......600.I .

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; Event In recent day Involving the Thursday June 26, attorneys from suit. defenders office to 'litigate matters tlons which lead to Increased and unnecessary procedures to protect the Inmates
"civil law suit filed by nine Inmates at .the Attorney General's staff who Fine requested at the hearing that and affirm the jurisdiction of the cir- risks of.physical and sexual housed therein from physical and sex- ,
Florida State Prison seeking relief represented the state and DOC at the the cause be heard within a week andIt cuit court" Green said. assaults. ual assaults. ,
,from violence and attacks have teen Starke hearing before Judge Green was then that Judge Green set the Green told the court that he was They also claim the right to be free Inadequate staff training and staff I
:legal maneuvering on both sides and last month, filed an appeal of Judge new date for the three suits to be" scheduled to go on vacation Thursday from cruel and unusual punishmentunder expertise in performance of their du-
'a Wednesday July 2, hearing In Circuit Green's order in the Appellate Courtin heard. July 3, but would postpone his Article 1, Section 17 of the Con by Florida Statutes,U.S.
= Court before Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Tallahassee. A copy of that notice. One of the new suits requests that vacation plans until after next week's stitution of Florida Constitution and the rules and regula-
:Green, Jr., was put off when representatives of appeal was filed In the Clerk of the the court appoint an Independent hearing. State actions which the ault says
: of the Attorney General's. Court's office at the Bradford County body to conduct a study of conditionsat One of the new suits filed In behalfof have resulted In deprivation of these 1
;office did not appear. Courthouse in Starke on Friday,June FSP and report back to the court. the eight inmates charges that rights through Increased exposure to
As a result the Judge let a new 27.Kent Fine requested that Judge Green their Incarceration at FSP,is unsafe physical and sexual assault Include: More Violence, see Page SB
:hearing for Wednesday, July 9 at 0a Kaiser, an assistant Attorney Richard Swanson of the because they are subjected to increased Inadequate security measures and
: .m.. General, also filed with the court a University of Florida to conduct a and unnecessary risks of
: Last month Judge Green, after' notice requesting that the July 2 hear study of the conditions and report physical and sexual assaults.The suit
:listening to testimony from the nine ing be cancelled. Judge Green back to the court., points out they are a direct result of
inmates and several other witnesses ordered the hearing held as scheduled "We are a law office and in order to conditions at FSP. The resultant
ordered the State of Florida and the but the attorneys and others involved do an adequate Job for our clients It Incarceration at FSP constitutes a
,Division of Corrections to show why in the suit representing the will be necessary to have an expert violation of the Constitutional right Buying
the court should not Intervene and re- state report made to the court," Fine said. against cruel and unusual punishment -
:quire changes In the treatment of Inmates After receiving word of the state's The panel,according to Fine would as contained in the Eighth
at FSP the state's maximum action, Saxon and Assistant Public recommend in report the most effective Amendment of the United States
security prison. At the time of his Defender Jack Fine of Gainesville filed and expeditious means of Constitution and the State of Florida, GOLD & SILVER
order Judge Green set the date and two additional suits against the determining facts about prison conditions the suit claims.
; time for the state and DOC to reply. state and DOC listing Wainwright and recommend appropriate Other violations cited Include: due
I The suit was filed by Assistant Strickland and the DOC as defendantsand remedial action regarding the violent process of the law as guaranteed by
Public Defender Shon A. Saxon In also listing eight Inmates as the .conditions. the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Con-
behalf of inmates James Vann,Larry ones filing the suits that Saxon says "It Is saddening to me that the At. stitution and Article 1,Section of the
:Anderson Harry Mungin, Wllll Mid- will help to ensure the safety of In- torney General's office has taken a Florida Constitution; right to equal Silver Coins Scrap Gold
=dleton( James Sparks, William Hill mates 'at FSP. Gov. Graham was new position when at the conclusion of protection of the laws as contained in
Phillip Elliott Floyd Price andCharles eliminated from the new suits filed by the first hearing they agreed to a con the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Con
Douglas Green. It was the Inmates. structive solution/ Judge Green stitution and Article 1,Section 2 of the *. Sterling Flatware Franklin Mint I
originally filed against Clayton Saxon confirmed Wednesday morn- said. Florida Constitution.
Strickland, superintendent at FSP lag,July 2,after the hearing was terminated "The attorney general has the rightto The inmates claim their equal protection
Louie L.Wainwright,secretary of the that Inmate Green was dropped appellate review,"Green said. rights are violated because High School Rings Diamonds :' i
.Department of Corrections and Gov from the suits because it was In "I feel confident the higher court adults detained In the other state
.Bob Graham.,; Green's beat interest not to pursue the will affirm the right, of, public prisons are not subjected to condl- I

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I News Briefs I I r II If I';.:;', 1111 I 1111 I r I I I I 1Irll I I II 1I1H. 11 J I JII IIH


. targets of troopers patrolling In these. had safety equipment one was totally
Trio Sentencing 3 Slightly Hurt Destroying Fence Woman,44. Guilty areas." ejected from the vehicle.
Charged to 3 Teens On Traffic Counts Patrol records show that last year, Fasten seat belts and drive with cau-
Postponed In Truck Accident nine persons lost their lives on the tion and courtesy to eliminate the
Expected sentencing of three Three persona sustained minor Injuries Three male Juveniles have been A SUrk woman 44,was found guil- state's streets and highways during chance of changing a holiday Into a
Tampa-St. Peteriburg-Cleanvater in a one vehicle accident with charged with criminal mischief Tuesday ty Tuesday. July I, by a'Bradford the 30-hour holiday period.Of the four nightmare," concluded Colonel
men was postponed Indefinitely when $ .ooo damage done to the truck In- ,July 1, after they rode over parts County Court jury of two misdemeanor motor vehicle occupants killed that Beach. I_ "
Circuit Court Judge R.A. Green, ,Jr., volved Sunday, June 29 at 1:15 p.m., of the chain fence at Brooker Elementary traffic violations.
was advised that Gainesville At on Sampson City Road, 5 miles west Maria E.Dudzik was found guilty of -
Goldln was hoepitallued of Starke. threeSchooltwo 16 years old and one driving while Intoxicated and driving
and recently underwent lung surgery. Florida Highway Patrol records 15, were arrested by Marshal Jerry while her license was suspended' or
The trio was arrested after show a 1977 GMC pickup truck Miller for driving over SO yards of the revoked. ADDITION ON MENU
Keystone Heights Chief Leonard operated by Cathryn Lee Driggers fence at the school. Judge Elzle Sanders deferred
Jones spotted three vans at the KH 19, of Starke was southbound on The teenagers were turned over to sentencing In the case until Thursday,
airport suspected marijuana was beIng Sampson City Road when the driver representatives of the youth service July 10,at 10...m.UCllnmate. e Chicken Cacciatora:
loaded, and gave chase. allowed tho truck to get out of the who. In turn placed them in the
Judge Green accepted no-contest ruts, lost control locked the brakes custody of their parents. ...
please Monday June 9, In Bradford and slid 45-feet into a post and across Stabbed Chicken Parraigiana .
County Circuit Court. the culvert and then travelled 19 more With Ice Pick -1-- .
Angelo Ortii 43, of Largo: feet Into the ditch. Starke Firemen

Salvatore Joseph Comparato 48, of Records show Draggers and two Have Busy July 1 > Union Correctional .";
Clearwater and Roger John Suders passengers Edward Hurst 12, of Holly institution inmate\ in stable condition Veal Parmigiana / ':
37, of Seminole, pled no contest to Hill Florida and Randy Blanken- Starke firemen were kept busy after being stabbed in the chest ,;
trafficking in marijuana. ship 18, of Starke were treated in the Tuesday. July 1. with three calls involving and side with an Ice pick-like. object i
Jones last Jan. 7 was at Keystone emergency room at Bradford County a power pole fire, a car fire, Tuesday July 1.
Heights Airport and observed three Hospital and released after treat and a stove fire Inmate Dale Lucas was stabbed on Eggplant Farm giana
vehicles on the runway. When the ment. At 8:19 a.m. city firemen were called his way between buildings probablyto ,
vehicles left Jones chased one of No citation was issued by the to the E.B. Grlder residence at 724 deliver mall, UCI officials have,
them and radioed for help. Jones stopped highway patrol. Grand Street where the stove had confirmed.No l All served with Toss Salad hot Garlic .
one of the vans after chasing it to caught on fire. No damage was charges had been filed as this
Hampton. He arrested Suders and reported by fireman.At paper went to press but a UCI Bread, Spaghetti and I Ice Cream from i;:
Comparato in that vehicle. The third Jax Driver Cited 9:43 p.m. city fireman answered spokesman reported two Inmates are .
van got away and has never been For Leaving SceneNo a call to Alton and Edwards Roads suspects in the stabbing. our large variety.
found. where a city power pole had caught on
Deputy Don A. Denton of the Brad- one was Injured In a two-vehicle fire. Firemen stood by until electric
ford County Sheriffs Department accident on US-301 75 feet south of crews cut the power, putting out the All But 27 To
stopped the second van about 5 miles Adkins Street in Starke with 1350 Survive July 4thTALLAHASSEEThe andDIETER'S
fire.At
south of Starke on SR-100. damage done to the vehlcfeslnvolvedat 10 p.m. firemen went to 1414
The vans were taken to the Brad- 1:25: p.m. Wednesday, June 25. Estelle Street In the Reno section traffic fatality DELIGHT
ford County Jail In Starke where the Police records show a 1974 Ford where the engine of a 1972 Oldsmobile prediction for this year's Fourth of
trio was brought to the jail and book sedan operated by Dorr Wayne King owned by Tom Marks Sr. had caught July weekend Is 27 people with the
ed on the charges. 38, of Jacksonville, was travelling fire. 78-hour )period beginning at 6-00 p.m.
After obtaining search warrants for north on US-301 when a 1968 Ford Thursday, July 6. 19110 and ending at
both vans officials found 1,000 pounds truck driven by Freddie D. Bell,50,of midnight Sunday July 6, 1980, said
of marijuana In each van and In the Lawtey crossed 301 into the path of Hurt SlightlyOn the Florida Highway Patrol today.
van driven by Ortiz dlscov.redJOOOOO the King car. King then struck Bell's Colonel Eldrlge Beach Patrol
RoadOne
quaalude tablets. truck near the right rear tire. Sampson director said "The Operation CARE you
Records show the trio was recently Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited person was treated at Bradford (Combined Accident Reduction Effort -
arrested at their homes in Pinellas King for leaving the scene of an acci- County Hospital for minor injuries > program will be In effect during All At :
County on May 16 on other drug dent and failure to report an accident. sustained when a car and pickup the Fourth 01 July holiday Interstates period with and

charges, according! to records of the truck collided on a sharp curve on concentration The Florida on Patrol 75 will 'I :
95. Highway
St. Petersburg police department.In road six miles LITTLE ITALY"
Sampson City grade
other cases scheduled to be Bike Hits Car west of Starke. cooperate with other states In this ef- ;I
drivers who
fort and are speeding,
presented to Circuit Court Monday Smith of Alachua
In Rear End Charlene a
drunk
driving passing Improperly or
June 30: treated and 964-6877
in the
passenger car,was
-A written plea of not-guilty by $70 damage was recorded in a carbicycle released from BCH.A following too closely will be prime 1460 S. Walnut Starke
defense attorney Shon A. Saxon was accident with no one Injuredat 1979 Chevrolet sedan,operated by
entered In behalf of John R.Lewis 25, Pratt St. and US-301 in Starke James Leo Smith, 34, of Alachua was ... ,..
of Vero Beach who was charged with Thursday, June 26, at 3:40: p.m. traveling south on the dirt road and a @! 7 T
grand theft at Gordon's Air Conditioning Police records show a 1977 1980 Chevrolet pickup truck, driven :1. ."
SR100 six miles south of Starke. Chevrolet sedan driven by Clara T. by John E. Pitts,36,of Lake City was Crossroads
Lewis according to courthouse Owen,M.of Starke was stopped at the going north on the same road at 6:40 Lounge
records was accused on March 28, Intersection of US-301 and Pratt p.m. Tuesday. July 1. '
1980 of pilfering one GE multi-tester; Street waiting for the red light to When the two vehicles met on the I
change. On the light Mrs. Owen } Hwy 100 & 121 in Lake Butler -
two staple guns; a 14-inch channel green sharp curve Smith applied brakes to .. >
lock pliers; one flaring tool; one set of started across US-301 when a 1978 slow and move to the right. The loose <
alien wrenches; one refrigeration Hefty bicycle operated by Vanessa sand surface and ruts caused Smith to ,..
wrench; one Schrader valve core Bethea, 26, of Starke was travelling slide to the left and collide with the .
remover; one set of metal drill bits; north on the sidewalk and struck Potts vehicle.No it
one set of wood bits and one multitipscrew Owen's car In the left rear. citations were Issued by the Don Branfly
driver. No citation was Issued by police. Highway Patrol. lam *
Saxon also entered written pleaof $3,000 damage was done to the 0
not-guilty in behalf of Leroy Me- vehicles. I> I 1i
Cray 52,of Gainesville on a charge of Deputy Loses Hat ,-:! 11'
lewd assault last May 10 of a 12-year-: I. "fI
During InvestigationTheft
old female. UCI Employee s
t Lewis and McCray are tentatively of a deputy's straw bat from ,.r F1 lr@( .a.se: own I IA "ft"af U 3 ; Branch .
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set to go to trial the week I ofi .
September IS, 1980.Knight investigation has been charged Co female probationary employee at .. ..
a 19-year-old Keystone Heights youth. Union Correctional Institution has oais'Eagagm For 2 Weeks
Shane Joseph Dossat is charged been dismissed by Supt. Raymond g. t. .
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ArrestedOn with burglary for taking Deputy Massey after one marijuana cigarettewas -t'. 31 July 2, 3. 4 & 5, & July 9, 10. 11 & 12
Drug ChargeA Eugene Lee's hat from his patrol car found In her purse during a
while Lee was Investigating a call routine prison shakedown Saturday, El'
29- ear-old Starke man was arrested about a disturbance at the Junior June 28.Leneva. I fll' I- I
for possession of more than 20 Food Store on SR-100 just west of V. Cone was dismissed f l?Celebrate the 4tftl[ .
grams of marijuana a felony Keystone Heights.The Monday June 30. after Supt. Masseyreceive t bands Invited for .. I
Saturday. June 28, and was release hat was recovered when Dossat a report of the shakedown In With/ Us at
from jail after posting bond. was arrested. which officers found the marijuana \ "All session-Coma ', COSSROADSI I "
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Roy Starke Edward Knight was chargedby cigarette In a search of employees \\..... .
police with felony -
possession
according to Vernon Bradford,
public with the bands. '
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of marijuana and possession of a Wall is Problem Information officer the Department of 4i' ;".

controlled substance. For Corrections. 2pM I
Driver
Bond was set at 11,573 after being Backing Cone at t
was employed as a correctional sat.
arraigned before Bradford County $90 damage was recorded when a officer. I." -'''' ::: I IC'r'
Judge Elzle Sanders.
truck was backing and struck a
trash bin, pushed it back up into the wall ,,''.7.''''' ,.I.\ ,.,. __ ;" '...- -- .... ,.f: !
of a convenience store. ., s .
Police records show a 1978 Ford
Bolt Lake Resident g
truck operated by Mark Terry
Arrested June 28A Mains. 23, of Jacksonville was back- Sn
Ing around the corner of the Handy REAL mill
ESTATE
28-year-old Bolt Lake resident Way Store across fronr the Starke 3i
near Keystone Heights was arrestedby power plant, backed Into the trash
the Bradford County Sheriff'sDept. bin, and knocked It Into the wall Monday COURSE :'I.
Saturday, June 28, at 8 p.m. June 30, at 3:40: p.m.
after deputies were called up to break No citations were Issued by police. GENE REESE.INSTRUCTOR. !
up a disturbance. ii'i
Anthony James was arrested on

charges of disorderly conduct and Introducing Drugs The Don Tennont School
resisting arrest without violence by
Deputy John Dempsey. Into LWCI ChargedA Of Real Estate

James was released on a Will Offer i:
50-year-old Bakersfield, North
bond after
recognizance being ar-
raigned before Bradford County Carolina man was arrested Tuesday 14 Hour Post Licensing Course s i
Judge Elzle S. Sanders. July 1, for Introducing drugs Into
Lawtey Correctional Institution last
May 1.Gibbs. July 12 C 13
Starke Man Stabbed Lingerfelt Is charged with
two felony cases of Introduction of Must pre-regldter
With Kitchen KnifeA contraband and possession of a con-

Starke man was treated in the trolled substance identified In the to hold space !
emergency room at Bradford County warrant signed by Deputy Sheriff Highest CASH Prices Paid
Hospital In Starke after being stabbed Paul Stegall as methaqualone. ;lark Chamber of Commerce Bldg _
with a seven inch kitchen knife A Lingerfelt is being held without Call for details
31-year-old Starke woman has been bond In the Bradford County Jail. 4 73-7076 473-1255 A1I/Ii). Class Rings (any condition)
jailed in connection with the Satur
day. June 28. Incident which took 'Evenlngl..73326S'I .
place at 9:10: p.m. at 1113 Lamar Wedding Bands ,e Scrap Gold
Street in the Reno section of Starke.
Patrolman W.K. Mcintire arrested p

Betty Jean Taylor on a charge of ag- ; .Other Gold Rings Gold Coins
gravated battery of Willie Robinson .;;:;;
who was treated in the local hospital 4- I

and released after treatment. COUPON :-- .-.. : ': M
Taylor Is being held at the Bradford > w"' : STERLING SILVER
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County bond. Jail In Starke In lieu of 11,080 Wishbone Chicken >' '


Fourth of ter 2. SILVER
Wet Pavement July/ cI Will// COINS ,

Leads To MishapA Weekend B
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car-truck accident resulted in .
$1,810 damage to the vehicles Involved [I TWO LOCATIONSSTARKE
with no injuries on CR-18 and 21 t)
PC.
CR-221In Hampton, Sunday,June 29. Barrel' of ChickenGet2104ts.of '
at 8:43: pm.Florida $ .
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show a 1979 Highway Ford sedan Patrol operated records by 999 0 z 'Sfu ,CJtay. .July' &:' r" 'i M: :.' .( (F.' I

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Gregory Brian Hendrleth. 23, of ( ., FREE COKE .
Lawtey was stopped at the stop sign ,.
on CR-221 and a 1974 Chevrolet truck "
driven by Larry E. Ford,21,of Hampton :\ Served fn 32 oz. plastic, tumblers Security .
was going west on CR-18 applied I
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brakes to stop, started to slide on the Starlit 904-5688 Lake '. '"Guardson: HEIGHTS:
wet pavement and collided with the e441er 499-2785 Holiday Inn Office of
-ear of the Hendrieth car.
No citations were Issued by the I Iilghway With Coupon only. COUPON .. J. W Patray, M.D.

patrol. i Room 109 puty Palmetto Ave.

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!; ,,,, At Stephen Foster Memorial In in White SpringsServing r


I 1I 1t ,' up Its annual fare of music, For the first time the program will singer will conduct a children's. song' Celebration will also be able to stroll
1\/\, dance, crafts, tasty foods, old-tlmey feature "fascia" or shape-note sing- and story workshop with guitar dur- among traditional craftsmen who wlU
games and entertainment the Florida Ing, one of Florida's most Important ing the days' festivity. be demonstrating and displaying! such
r Folklife Program will observe the musical traditions. Special guests Traditional old limey games have skills as pine needle basketry, c....,
Fourth of July with a full day of old- Hugh McGraw, Bremen, Ga. and long been a favorite at the annual shuck dolls, weaving, folk games and
.. fashioned fun for the entire family Elmer Woodley, Orlando, along with celebration and this year Is no excep toys. Regional! food vendors will be on I
here at the Stephen Foster State Folk 'other traditional singers, will tion. Included will be a greased pole hand to serve tasty vittles to the
Culture Center in White Springs.: demonstrate and teach an old- climb, tug of war three-legged race, hungry crowds. I
the list of performers fashioned singing school session. tobacco spitting, watermelon eating Gate admission to the Old Fashioned -
schedule to appear at the patriotic Also slated to appear on the program and seed spitting contest, and sack Fourth of July Celebration will be
event is Florida I Troubadour, Gamble : at the old-fashioned event Is race. Free watermelon will be served $3 for adults and free to children I
Rogers, who will perform three "Cousin" Thelma Boltin, a superb and picnickers are Invited to enjoy under IS years of age,if accompanied
shows during the talent-filled celebra- storyteller and recognized expert on the Center's many facilities. by a parent.
tion. Known throughout Florida for Florida folklife; Graham Richardsand A traditional patriotic fourth of July Beginning with a patriotic and
his lightning-fast guitar picking and The Dixie Jubilees,a country and speech will be delivered at the Foster carillon concert by Beverly
,side-splitting UU tales. Rogers has Bluegrass band from neighboring celebration by former Congressman, Davis of White Springs, at 9:30: a.m.,
been performing at the Stephen Lake City; Frank and Ann Thomas, R."Billy"Matthews of Gainesville. the entertainment will run continuously -
Foster Center for over 20:years and Is Lake Wales, whose Florida ballads Matthews served seven consecutiveterms throughout the day, ending
a favorite of the large crowds who were received warmly by the crowds In Washington- 1952-1967 around 10 p,m.with a performance by
gather at the 250-acre cultural facilityon at the recent Florida Folk Festival; representing the 8th District In Con- Gamble Rogers.
I Just 1,of Mr,Smith's Hobbies the banks of the Suwannee River. Pat Wickman and John Johnson, gress. Matthews is currently an Instructor The Stephen Foster State Folk
8 One of Jim Smith's pastime li wood carving. Here children of the Gainesville, singers of revolutionary of political science at SantaFe Culture Center Is located on US 41,
; Energetic Summer Program In Keystone get a first hind look at the art of and Civil War Era ballads; and Community College In Gainesville. Just 3 miles East of 175 via 136 In
-, carving. FSP ViolenceFrom Morgan White a Jacksonville folk Visitors to the Fourth of July historic White Springs.


Jim Smith Lives I age IB
Life tlons of the Department of Correc-
I tions.

iTo The Fullest members Insufficient to adequately number.'of supervise staff the ':..." ..;',"I"..' ..'..""" "

t and inmates sexual at FSP assaults.and prevent physical. "" ,, '. ,,. ,1!,'I',,".' "

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Lake Geneva resident Overcrowded conditions at Florida
mine Jim staled
:you can .
:. Jim Smith, State Prison. -
enjoys life in a make anything you want." .
Physical Plant deficiencies at
., way most people never take He showed them how to cut Florida -
State Prison.
:; the time to.
the and attatch It to
paper a
Jim Is the father of three Officials at Florida State Prison
larger piece, to make an
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grandfather of five, and is original work of art. "Just Thursday, June 19, conducted a day r
married to Barbara Moore draw the picture with long cefl-by-cell shakedown which :.==- ='"
a retired English aniremedial scissors," he said and your the turned up a number of weapons as -;:::: =
reading teacher. children did that. part of the DOC crackdown on
.: A lot of Jim's time Is spent As to bow just came about violence at the prison.
: with his various hobbies, becoming a part of the In addition to a number of weapons,
\ ;. some of which include Energetic Summer Program the search turned up IS gallons of
: writing poetry, feature Jim said, "I Just buck,an inmate term for an alcoholic
f. writing, wood carving, pencil walked Into the library witha drink. Four live cats were also turnedup
1 '; drawing,and pen and Ink shell picture." Andi In the shakedown."We .
I .' ; drawing., Blount, coordinator of the have been considering doing it FREE COOLING
: Jim is self-taught at each program was Interested In' since former Superintendent D.H.
S of these skills, but the thing Jima work and Invited himto Brlerton was here, but.we didn't get SURVEY THE SAWYER AIR
around to doing it until the court raised
x that gives him the most demonstrate his skills for
'pleasure is to share what he the children of the program. the issue{ Assistant Superintendent A EXPERTS UNDERSTAND
f t t has learned with others. "What I lack in brains I Richard Dugger said on the day II
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I Jim did Just this, with the make up in guts," com- of the shakedown. HIGH ELECTRIC BILLS .-
He was referring to Green'aorder
Judge
| :children taking part in the mented Jim and after '
X: ;,Energetic Summer Pro- a little J time talking spending for the DOC to show why they WE PROVIDE CARRIER
:;"gram. On June 25, Jim should not make FSP safer for In-
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ObituariesCalvin ...... ----od&- V "" ..Raifordg Day AdventistSeventh .' 1-
Alachua General Hospital in resident of Lake Butler, died at the health forced his retirement In 1979. In Day Adventist Chiirdft-
Henley Gainesville Saturday afternoon. Lake Shore Hospital Lake City,Fri He was a member of the Baptist There win be a gospel sing in the Bethel Baptist Church road will ho
Born In Brooklyn, New York day,June 20, following a brief illness. Church. Civic Center in Raiford on Saturday, Vacation Bible School July 7-11 fiSXnAa
Calvin Henley, age (1, resident of January It, 1903, Mr. Hartley moved Miss Brown was a native of Union Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. July 5, at 7:30 p.m. featuring The .m. to 12: noon for ages 4 to 12 years.,
Starke,died In the Geriatric Center in to Lake Geneva In 1974 from Mid- County,daughter of the late Brady E. Wanda Grlffls Carvin, Starke'; two Gospel Lltes from Orange Park and Children are invited to com =11i1ld
Green Cove Springs Saturday morn dlef leld. Mass. He retired In 1958 as a and Bessie Bielling Brown, former daughters, Mrs. Joyce CObientz, The Gospel Sounds from Jackson- enjoy crafts, activity books,
ing following a lingering Illness. credit manager for the Federal Union County citizens. She attended Starke and Mrs. Michelle Carvin,'' ville.. refreshments and have a good Jim

Born In Raiford, Nov. 19,1918, Mr. Reserve Bank in New York City and Union County Schools graduatedfrom Miami; four sons, Randy, Starke Everyone is Invited to attend, getting to know each other. ;..cStarke :
Henley was a lifetime resident of this was a member of the St. Anne's high school and attended the Carlos,Edwin Lee,Jr.,and Ricky,allof 1
area. He was a retired carpenter, attended Episcopal Church, Keystone Heights. University of Florida where she Miami; his mother, Mrs. Azalea
the Church of God and servedin Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. received her B.A. Degree. For some Miller, Eric, Penn; one sister, Lola 22
the U.S. Army from 1937 to 1939. Jessie I. Hartley; two daughters, 40 years Miss Brown was a teacher In Scott, Calif.; two brothers Bill Car WINNERS FROM 'CASH. KING
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Joan H. Hobart, and Carol-Ann H. the Public School systems of Nassau vin, Penn. and Chuck Carvin of New
Helen Robinson Henley, Starke; five Bellows, both of Middlefield, Mass; Union and Columbia County School York. :
daughters, Mrs. Sheila Bassett, Mrs. one brother, Charles E. Hartley, systems. She retired from teaching In'' Funeral services were conducted 1000.00 Eddie Debris ClarkStuart' :
Jeanne Carter, Mrs.Carolyn Harden- Deltona; one sister Pauline C. Wednesday at 3:00: P.M.at the Chapelof 1,000.00 Meloul Alkena Boynton Beach:
brook, Mrs. Marolyn Bryan and Miss Lynch., Brooklyn, N.Y.; 12 grand 1977.A member of Harmony Free,Will Archer-Tanner Funeral Home with -
Tammy Henley, all of Starke; three children and 4 great-grandchildren. Baptist Church, Miss Brown was alsoa Rev. William Lovell with interment .
sons, Calvin, Jr., Starke, Everett, Memorial funeral services were member of the Order of Eastern following In Crosby Lake Cemetery. 100.00 John William Russell Vero Beachr"
Melrose and Stephen, Keystone held at 4:00 P.M. Tuesday, July 1, In Star, Woodmen of the World and a Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of 10000. James S.; Duverholl' Stuart- !::r.
Heights; one brother, Melvin Henley, the St. Anne's Episcopal Church with member of the Retired Teachers Starke was in charge 01'ar C. $8IImlpei' Delra Beach'-:,:
100.00 Junalta
Starke; two sisters, Mrs. Victoria Rev. Perry W. Collins, pastor, of Association of Union and Bradford rangements.
Cadle and Mrs. Sillar Gunter both of ficiating. Burial was in the Keystone Counties. 100.00 Caronna Narehala: Indianto-.vn-

Starke; and seven grandchildren. Height. Cemetery with DeWitt C. Survivors Include: one brother, 100.00 Jarrett II. Liles, Jr. Cross City- ::
Funeral services were held at 11:00 Jones Funeral Home in charge of ar Hollis K. Brown, Lake Butler; one C.A.Pratt 100.00 Juanita Millican Cross City' :
a.m. Monday, June 30, in the Starke rangements. Family requests that In nephew, Erwin Brown, Lake Butler; .
Church of God with Rev. M.E. Drake lieu of flowers, donations be made to .two nieces,Lynn Brown, Lake Butler C.A. Pratt, 83, resident of Starke, 100.00 Laura Ward Delra Beach' :
and Rev.Gene Bass officiating. Inter- died Thursday June 26, at his home. Pierce ..
the American Cancer Society. and Mrs. Marilyn Brown Neth, Dodderrod 100.00 Elizabeth Lane Ft.
ment was In Crosby Lake Cemetery Lakeland; one grand niece, Susan Born In lge, Conn., Mr. :
under the direction of DeWItt C.Jones Mrs.Jessie A. Dickens Neth, Charleston S.C. Pratt moved to Starke in 1979. He 100.00 Katherine Grower Delra Beach'
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Funeral Home. died Funeral services were held at 2 served In WWI and WWII, was 100.00 Joyce Ann Mitchell Hampton'.
Mrs. Jessie A. Dickens, age 70,
Sears-Roebuck & Co. In
In the Bradford County Hospital early p.m. Monday, June 23 at Harmony employed by ill health forced his 100.00 'Virginia Hawkins StarkeO .:
until -
Mrs.Janet V. LammMrs. Tampa
Free Will Baptist Church in Union :
brief
Monday morning following a Delray Beach'
moved to 100.00 Henry Kemp
1962 and then
retirement In
Janet Venita Lamm age 84, lness. County with the Rev. E.R. Corbett of
died In the North Florida Regional Mrs. Dickens lived near the McRae Donaldsonvllle, Georgia officiating. Oklawaha in 1963. his wife Mrs. 100.00 Brenda Becker Starke' .
Hospital in Gainesville, Friday settlement, Rt. 1, Keystone Heights, Interment was In Ft. Call Cemeterywith Survivors include: Arthur, 100.00 Mary Phillips J Raiford' :
Ethel Pratt, Starke one son, '
following a long Illness. on the Gadara Cemetery Road, mov Sherrill-Guerry Funeral Home, ; Mrs.. 100.00 Patricia: Rodgers Ft. Pierce. :
Starke two daughters,
Pratt,
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Born in Princeton, Indiana, March ing here 1 year ago from Tampa. Mn. Lake City in charge of arrangements. Starke Mrs.
Grace Fullwood, 100.00 S.L Warren Stuart'
16, 1S96, Mrs. Lamm moved to Dickens attended the Lake Hill Baptist
Keystone Heights in 1957 from Church at McRae. Edwin Lee Carvin Dorothy Cole, St. Petersburg; two 100.00 Lillian Underwood Hampton' .
and
Detroit, Mich. At the time of her include her husband Edwin Lee Carvin resident of brothers, Clyde Pratt, Tampa,
Survivors : 41. Wezel Mountain View Mo.:; and five 100.00 Doreen,Lamb Cross City -
death she lived In the Keystone Club Oliver O. Dickens; three daughters, Starke, died Monday, June 30, in the .
Estates, Keystone. Mrs. Lamm was a Mrs. Iva-Lee Hagler, Panama City Veteran's Hospital Gainesville. grandchildren.Funeral conducted at
retired performing musician, with and services were Plus other winners who chose not to have their names
Mrs. Eula Mae Friday, Callahan Born In New York Mr.Carvin mov- 2:00 P.M. Saturday, June 28, at many
piano and organ, and was a memberof Mrs.Betty Ann Whitt Lakeland;four ed to Starke In 1970 after serving 14 Bellvlew with burial .in Forest publlahed.
the St. Williams Catholic Church, sons, Thomas O., Keystone Heights, years in the Navy. He was employed Memory Garden in Ocala. Archer- '.
where she had served as organist for Howard J. and Leon T., both of Tampa by Jimmy Moore Sun Sports and Grif- Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was
over 20 years.Survivors and George P. of Plant City; a fis & Sons Fibre Glass Works of Florida
of
In charge arrangements.
include: a nephew, brother, Walker W. Rodgers, Starke as a Marine Mechanic until ill
William G. Wood; a niece, Virginia Bascom, Fla.; two sisters ElizabethM.
Dickerson, both of Detroit, Michigan.A Rodgers and Emma Clarke, both Store Only
Christian Wake Service was heldin of Bascom and 24 grandchildren and
; save
the Jones Chapel Sunday eveningat 3 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Dlaeontlntmri Palnta rAIEAGLE''. 39*!
7:30: P.M.Funeral .
services for Mrs. Dickens I Tr.m.ndous Dl.count. up to
A.M. I
mass was held at 9:00: were held at 10:00 A.M. Wednesday A.ort.d Color
Monday, June 30, in the St. Williams July 2,in the Lake Hill Baptist Church /Intwlor S Ext.rlor Household =. ;
Catholic Church with Father Thomas with the pastor. Rev. Robert F. r
Pearson S.J. officiating. Burial was Knight, officiating. Interment followed -
in the Keystone Heights Cemetery, in the Hdlsboro Memorial Gardens '
with arrangements handled by In Brandon, Fla.at 3:30 P.M.Wednes- 1 1k'
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. salelopendUIVjj
day. DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home 12-BOX PACK AOE July
was In charge. BPARKLERBL
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Mr.John H. (Jack) Hartley, age 77, Miss Jeannette Brown mmf M x. Ii' rji.
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1 Former Starke Miss Jaycee is ""Super-Charged" Inventer.: c".: I


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Jackie Terrell bears little physical when she won Starke's Hiss Jaycee title. charger according to Terrell Just competitive unit. Within six months .

resemblance to the General ElectriC couldn't charge batteries she had built .
enough atone designed, ,and packagedthe II
Company's best remembered.. In- "I started work here as a time," and as a result battery product, which recently hit the I "RATED:
year
hot Inventor, Thomas Alva Edison. right after graduation. After customers were "moving up to larger market In Canada and Australia as

She's neither stoop-shouldered nor went into production" control and then capacity chargers in the f 13 to $20 well as In the U.S. I FOR GIGGLES I II

whitehaired.The to finance she said. dollar range." Jackls's mother meanwhile was

former Starke resident and "Finally 14 years ago,I got Into the In true Edisonian fashion Terrell "very pleased" but apparently not AI1D I II

1963 Bradford High graduate's ready marketing division where I've been decided to remedy the situation. With particularly surprised by her I

smile actually seems better suited to ever since." .w the help) of plant engineers,she set out daughter's success. When interviewed TIMES
television talk show hosting than electronic While managing the distribution of to develop smaller lesa expensive at her job at Starke's! Denmark GOOD j jvJL

dabbling. And prior to her In- G.E.'s 30-item consumer product line, I Furniture) store Mrs. Martha Dorko

vention of G.E/s new double battery in addlton to her duties as touring said Terrell "was always an honor

charger Terrell frequently guested media spokesperson, she watched the student In school and always put I

on talk shows. extensive uses of market for reuseable batteries grow. BUARC Fish Fry everything she had Into everything Ift15
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her employer' lime of "Certain types of electronic photoflash she did." .

rechargeable power sources. electronic toys and games, "Jackie was the kind of girl who
Last November she left G.E.'s cassette tape recorders and radios la Saturd'a,1The always tried for the awards in
Alachua battery business plant for which batteries like "
use up crazy school, she said,. "and she usually
12-day sweep through eight southern made rechargeables the Ideal answer Bradford-Union Association for got them. I've always been extremely
cities which Included 10 T.V. ap for saving money on batteries," she Retarded Citizens Is having fund proud of her." ,

pearances. Recently she appeared on said.G.E.'s raising fish fry Saturday July 123.t

David Horowitz' "Consumer By rechargeable offerings at the Volunteers of America ( .

line", a show formerly carried by the time Included all commonly used Group home on US-301 south. --

Jacksonville's Channel 4. She admits battery sizes and an Inexpensive Tickets are S3 each and can be purchased "- Union

she's come a long way since the days miniature charger. However 'he at Sunshine Acres the VOA County .
Group Home. Tickets will also be )

available at both Starke shopping ,

centers Thursday July 3; Monday PERSONAL FOR RENT FOR SALE

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'.m. until 1 p.m. ROOMS, 496-9411.. Also
OFFICI AND SCHOOL SUPPHIS -
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Trading
The VOA home Is on US-301 south
.138 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. 964-5890 between the Do-Drop-In: and Jo-Lu CUSTOM MADE Mkt. has moved to :340 OlFTSiSee Union
PR APBIII I BtFree County Time open. Won-
Motel and Main St. LI. W. buy, sell a
across the road from the
Starke's Own BakeryVacation KOA ..tlmot... local trade furniture, opt d0yandTu.1day9:30a.m.distributor. .
Campground.
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Dinner will be served from 4-7 p.m. ,washable. nationally 7/3 llpd. Thursday and Friday

Time Super-charged Bradford July 12.Proceeds. advertised God..". 8 30 a.m. 'Mil noon.

High Grad will go toward required Draperle Saw Enterprise _

matching funds to keep Sunshine *. id or Loma BEAUTIFUL MUBMmUiVou
Jackie Terrell's desk sits
Behind
July 4 July 14 display of the GE batteries and a Acres and the Home intervention Stephen 4962219. znr2I PIck'60 cents per pound,

the former Starke resident Program running. Please get a ticket 3/l/BOTFN. 'we plck-$1.00 per pound.
Re.openJuly 15 chargers for the fish fry and mall in your $15 KIAtONAS4.Ii Small.... Schretimann Rolling

. developed. membership. and limb' cut or trimmed. Showcase Ranch In Providence.'

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.YSlmNOtln my ham.. Realtor 473"U03 7/10.

Call 496-s.c57.: Christian rs_ n,. ""a."''''
.hom.. 2tchg 6/26 7/3. .AUTIPUL POODLIPuppy
YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS mol.. lour months old
C.AWPORD COMMERCIAL .
LAKE LOTS looks Ilk. "nll.$3O. Con.EXTERMINATINO
CO.. S... "
tact Elllob..h Andrews
i loc, 91Iooo
vlng ho/n.s. bu.lnns In 11'250 Mann mile north 01
lee.b one
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S Union Countl., Bradford..496-3986 Colum.Cot.tee. '.500 T Lake FN. lull., on 121.6/26 I

lact. 7/3 TFN 040. Ireekly/l. 19,000


GAINESVILLE ACREAGE FRUZIII Hotpolnt. Good
SUN FAKER LP OAS. INC.121 and condition. 550. W.J. Cow.nI

I 10. Wa..I. Fish Pr..l 4.6 12.OOO/ac. 4%.2010. 7/311chg.I

d.nt. Family ownad and 10 ac. 1.500oc.OVIRCA. CAMPER' tong
oporot. W.311105 wheel bo. .1..1'. .. Ken
CLASSIFIED SECTION. glv. 27 00. "./ac
.better price and .....Ic.. 17.2.c. 1 650/0; more clothes drys,. Good

W.d.II..,cyllnd.... tonk. 6/26 3tchg 7/10' condition: 550. 431.1861.

or fill you tonk. Phone 7/3IIchg.,

259.6810. 'pd 6/19 6/26 .UILDINGSIIAII $15.1cl.ar.1

7/37/10. HELP WANTED span building.. Our)_..
The Sun's Classified
Shop section price in over two yro. Es'WAYNI

C. WILKINSON PA.T.TIM.PI.c. work ampl.." 30'.4..2. for
will not''b. responsible fo W.bst.r. Am.rlco' 13.872. 40'.72'.14"' for

any debts from this day foremost dictionary COOP' $5,932. '45'K12'ei4"' for

day for shopping values. forward Incu.d by pony needs home workers 56.794.. 60'.125'.16' for
great
every anyone but-myself. 6/19, to updo. local mailing 11S,747. Call toll free to-

6/26, 7/3 chll. Ii.t. All ages. .llperlance day for price gua..n.....

unnsceloary' Sand nom. 1-8O.848-1570.( 7/3 7/10
URGENT
RIOUEfTIAnyone
who how. Information oddr.. phone numb.r to 7/17 3'chg.
DAY won M.HOUSH WORK SKMVICC AOVISOfK Orowth LEGAL SECRETARY. may W.b.t.r 175 5th Av.. .
t'Aj dayi par v ajkOn aaoa>talv' parton with map card .nd/.. memory regarding th. Wllllom. .
:1- New
:::: : 1101.IS90.A.
*War raftvanca rMcawary373Q471 background. Good typewriter. (kiti.. Koerienc. who ,..",... 'the Lok..ld. Suit. HOMES
attar 5 PMOeiSONeM pay Cat! JOB ACTION. JTt-UOO. mrcaary. Call 37...30a.. York N.Y. 10010.6/267/3
I2O4 NW ..,,.8f.1. F_059".. Community Center In Lake FOR SALE .
'tmrnadlata1 need torr.Non.lbl0 bia farm. LEGAL SECRETARY 7/103'pd. :
Individual' .wMh acvptlonalattlllB .-, .... Butler on August 9. please
". 1', To2OO/wk:.". aH..T-M.TAL ...0......... esp.rlenced. Nla.msnd' 'n......,..erop.rtylaw. ... NIsry tail 496-2258. 2tchg 6126 i
JO. ACTION. STt-2300: 13O4 NW ".qul... f years. ..""''on..' otp+n.call 3761701.PHOTOORAPHERo.rf. INSURANCE 3 BlDRdbliai a'xaA+ d'P(
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...... 73.REDUC
.''''"If.D'fl.b'.m.I Pay comman with ability .
TIMtt ..._,......*M dH Contact" Clyd' or Buddy* Smith time, SAPS AND hom. Lag. lot within CIPAST.Whh -
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FULL .......and ,
Co 372-5333. Mutt
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Po4oro4d parlance.
with MAINIS INSURANCE curlolns..
cal, .Dhhv&Clonl./. 15.610Or ".". car ......... 4 know O''will* GolI... Tablets AGEN ty. Carpeand
prlvat. offlc end. ) SOS a LPNS. WANTED .r... C.1t '70" ." .... 145 and E.Vap "water 1'11I. CVI 160 S. take Ave? Lake central air and",=,,.at.
r..oOoo. pt 25 Sun Or yar Staff .
nurlno Apply In p .
= Monday ONLY'-lanoonKINOettOAMTBNTeACHBft lIut''... .96-3978. Owner will flnonc. Call
.OO".PE". .rm.n.n'' AVnP1.37607.woilh Convalascant Cantar of Andrews Drugs; 225 W. Complete
ion for deoandab'o' par ton V"'.. MSOSW4litP'tSVNAOOO1JBI Insurance S.tvlc.. TFN 496-2721 0' 431.12--
A BOOKKEBPIMOPayroll'
OK N C ft Main.
**arp *klll/ *. good pay Call Cleft limited to 101,06.01..
JOB ACTION 37fl-730O 12O4 NW19thSta : account* payaoldi lour* ftfillfllou* School Mull t>e certified In K. '
.1. ..-......"..,.farm .nal batanclna, tCuse exporlanc* heal,* quallflad. Maxw ta>.c.,. Call 37va9oo for appointment' .- 1 [
eau/s redd. muat to Kay by for '..- .! academic' vaar. Call 'Key.tan.IAr.'rfirit; L
BUSDRtVBR Pull time positionMj touch' (fxcatlant banatlt. Wart 17.VI5O1 Tuaa-Pfl' .rnTCACHcnPor Mature vogue people, *tor permanent 11./
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.1 hava cbautfvur' llcan aMaKllcal > dy 40QI Nawbarry Rd.S11 full time day position' .. Also
_It. .Includad, Brorvon alrl'tt" Phyalcal" part tlma, polItione day and
.
wtlllaton. .r.. to '. pro.aCAMSTNCSS...,....,. ."..CMp.'Ion. and/or raced) education..... Crtlfla4hlghKhOOl nieht. Apply Mon.Prl, I.. 1''/''.
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Call I TtSiMll73PORD Clll 1-32.V-4MO1 ,
r a TACO Bet.! 34W. Jnlv r ity c
c .lon.. aoMMWoSt ta-wlno Swriflc 3ya.Jg.47JCH.VSI.elt Fabric Brlarwood School. P.,...... No.........caM*. WANTEDCASH FOR RENT PERSONAL; 1'


fOR OOlOt Sterling OFFICE OR SHOP SPACE on SERVICES :

diamond, jewelry coin Lawrance Blvd next to Andrew .
19S. CH.V". CO"ec'or'. "..... '7* LINCOLN Townt C".11.. OATSUN a..Z. '071: AM/PM and dental Will visit Drug Form.rly El- CARPENTIR WORK ;
oood wor.'no' cond''''_. 10.3 var/maroon landau top aut0m.Ils./r. Vary*...r". Plrtt gold. Remod.lingworkg kitchencabinet -.
37"7123 Pore" ..CcO.... 3 Olin. ".... Cell roof, n.... ".... loao.... moon good .9.MS.take. It. Call 373-1397. your home. 1-376-9235. Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone and Irlrrl
0 IA
condition' MOOO 377-Mil day*. sr..13 Mr. Rlttman. rlnchj 6/5. 4733411. tfnchg 6/5 onablt -
EWVOItKf.MMAKFRCDAUTOANNex 176 Mercury Comet, .Mediantcondition 24LVZ.new cvctomlied' 7 ton WOULD OWNER Of RIO COMMERCIAL OFFICE carpenter. Ra
t6IO air" "M....,., 4 door paint' llr*>.. *o.clal, 'long front prices. Call Ed Dempsey a*
now brakes, tlr**. .......*. orlgl-, ...d. lost mooted. /peed.. ...c.condillon. ..- Toyota station wagon SPACE across from town. tfnchg 6/5
473.2477.
J7-9g7J 373 437JDePCNDALB nat owner 20OO.73-012.av.... Must lent $11nNtlt.13910. 310-0500. check lire repaired at KH hall. 400 square feet. $160 ALCOHOLIC ANONVMOUSi
AUTO. 1,41 1977 CUTLASS Shall station w..k of June month. '
Dodo Coronot. SUnt 4 Nvsf. on A doer AM/tM .,..... good Closed meetings Monday*
ANCHilKOMO 1970 MGB KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY
.
0" runt 16. have
Air. grgaf Body In nice' condition runt wall. tnooor bat May wrong one.Call
5o0A 11 automatic,.. Good..tranimlition....ltlon. 12500.' condition "MO Calla ""332. offer. 47737.7.CUTLASS. .30 C"'V""b'MPO.$2000. ,.built 11rm 37".71._" ,_. Shall. Itpd 7/3 REALTOR p.m..Op.n Alonon meeting Monday, Friday

C.I/372-745eater 7Wn. tt MUSTANG, CVllndrr, 4U10- "73: Two door. ..Ir.m.nv 473-4961 I p.m. c
POMO disc mallc. r anew tr nimltlon. n wof extra*. AM/PM 1,25.. '74 MOB tfnchg< 612GATOR B 9.51. Alotaen Monday 7.
.tOlO'er brakes red/.i. >"D.11 Celt 377 613' SHidanlmutt Wire' whoel maroon .with black'
power tall in-
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rtO 0633 nnsi Nodanti.m ... Call..-O.!' top Good condition Run wall FORSAIE BONE LAKEmodern p.m. All meetings
works.: Mint. .an VEO"OT 511,100 .. SMOO C11I373.1a334371391." Educational Building Community
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.9aM63JS1. Stud.nl 69 MUSTANG OUANOe, .. .weson. 2BR 1BA unfur-
M* .12..1. make Ott... .. ..
6/5.
ctunlc-l d llghl. tonwthlna good MUST 5"LL..O P-100 POTd TWO ACRES Sft-100 Church. tfnchg
'" alan l WHO 150 V*. ...... 776. 17 OUSTBH lar.t' .. ....d. short bed. 2 tone ".In'. 4 cylln. near nl.hsdirsplace, deck MIKE'S SMALL REPAIRS-
y73O worli ivaoo Call 37J-MII after 4BUILOePtS dar, ever drive '..n.mon., near Keyttona Height cent air cond.and garage.
Pay 0" "'.n. ".30.00. 313-321/ S300 down $66.84 per 473.2475.tchg 6/12.7/10 remodeling room'oddl-r

month. Phon. 473-4053 or RIO LAKE SANTA FE CANAL- lions, barn' built- sun S.
473.4367..olt., 6 p.m. 2BR house on ana acre lot. deck,. and any small -

tfnchfl 9/4 Central heat and air. Partially repairs. Call Budget.:
LAKE LOTS AND ACRIACI-. furnished. $17) Builder at 473.2903-
6/5 :. '
2t.4.7019.tfnchg
Keystone Heights owner month. Deposit required.
financed 10 percent in 501.486.5816.. rfnchg 626LOVELY CARPENTRY AND MASONRY,
ACT NOW.city or ....."u.. PERSONAL HOME LACK OAKS 9 mm 3 both WORK Build polio*;
... terest. Lots on clear sand HOMI near .
Small a Wood rram cottg 'In lovely SW area 4 a.*. a bath. SCn..n.d porch. tlregl.ce I
nnxxMlM). SI9OO down fenced yard with thoa extra d'aD55. app/lance., and.rg,000eSDtlnkl. ( bottomed lake, priced to Three fireplaces. oddltlon i
SM mo.owo.r.3,,.MIdining .. bushel you'd ........ II'..000. .... of.. eon. beaus/ I Keystone Heights. remodeling. Free
sell from
By apoolntfnernt onty., 3741414Y Till ....ded'of. 334.900,3754011.EY $9.000. One to big bedroom 2BA,
APPORDASL 5 SR 1 b"". : :.- five lakeaccess estimates. Doy--473-4473.:
ocr. overlooking
fireplace CHI A. to
access
.
room llwlne room 92Sq OWNER
INN! OWNCRAttrttCtlV.
ft. PHA/VA. S24.OOO JBf.. ..t Bath.2 carport*.carol .,ton* 4. brick nout* a> *.o 4..rate BM I. ( available) with lake, tennis c.>urt. $425monthj Night--7 2-3906.:' Jlch. |. .
LANDMARK ...It V ot OaloM-' new kitchen cabinet' ,.......6 garage> apt on 4 lot*. Hardwood 73731. -
from
nice
,. trees $3S last. .
first and
"" REALTOR, J74-S73O refrigerator, air. ioa.MO, .'O.GOOn. parauat floor. panellna cent. _
SLOSC TO TOWN. 0003 ...... 'Inler.s. _,. 3764162 wIll Or"n.n.373.,201 al 10'" .lr/..... NB .....000. 3n.**5OV S500 down. ISO a month. Owner/agent.. 4751678. I
a balk tout pun, vest.m.nl5. OWNER, Country home on I Commercial frontageinvestment -: nchg 73CHARMING MISCELLANEOUS
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a.n P..o' I'nyo. BY OWNER IN NW / .
acre* alolnlng nor* farm
.
BEACH HOUSE 'Inc.. 'RlALTORl. ASSUMABLB A/WORT S*.* LIke new.. many ........ $00s. opportunity. furnished
L 8f AuouMn Saach, 1 .... 9th. J7i..ia eya -jvkla.373OO5BCAUTIPUI _. Lovely J yr old' 3 .*.. t Elm Call 3 77.0.00 4 .....-...07. SR-21N. Owner-salesman./ cottage. SR100. lake SHORIMASTIR ALUMINUM'portable
.. pool ocaan v'aw' only home In SPMiNGTRCii' Laroa
t23/mo malntanancafa.' 4 ..* Pool Home wooded tot with privacy fence. .v OWNSR: N. 3 ... a bam, 4734375. tfnchg 6/12 Geneva FL. Children and boat lift and I
ai.ooo Island Kaaltyft a Screetd* car porch orlvacy yard Mo payment, ot *JW. 377.4/3S nice' ,'ose.., pantry. work MOO AKC OOBERMAN UPS-. pet occopfed. 473-272O or, dock Call for free demo.
At-TOPS 1 alt 9045 garaoa Many Extra! A for appt utility Fruit tr_. Near xhoola.
'lot ot hors for '7* aoo OwnarBrohar / .4>.5OO. ADO. only 377-443. Beautiful litter of six. Free .73-2354.2tehIl7/3.10 Weekdays 473.2995. .
....' Wltmacoocha: wivarfrontDMPtoOult 3 17tlll37'.'. SEAUTT .B PRIVACY, 3 .... obedience lesson Sire
..... t both 1M .... By Owner IAKI BROOKLYN COTTAGE waekends 475-3991 tfnchg
I *high' land v OWMCH: 4 ... a Bath can- 00 ft Oraal' Room 'In Northwood W *t
:300O... ft.ruallc horn.'.9.oooInqtl tral, ..../.... fully ccrpatad. on over'" acre lot ...ooo 1 .... 2 BatH, family/ room tree*. and dam fromWACHEMEISTER completely' furnished, $125 31RE000E
1473105 Llvino' di',',.. fetmlly rootnl. vanguard investment Prooartle fenced yard cob,... San ...... DOBERMAN weekly. Phone 4737047.
REALTOR. niablemort.. .
Oahcrait OOOO Call 372-MS. 3lin 54 SOO 373$01Coffa
Phone 4737195. tfnchg 6/12 llchg 7/3 sale' and l fast with

RUIIOINOSIM All steel Go.... Tablets and IVol'"wo..r

clear-span buildings. Our pills". Andrews.

lowest. price In over two HOMES FOR Pharmacy..7/3 3tpd,71.7.LOSTFOUND .

year*. Examples I SALE
30'x.8'.12' far S3.S72:

.0'.72'x14' for S5.932: I PERCENT ASSUMABLE

fSSinS'.iyiisrssin.s. ,! CANNONIJ3mm ..m... ,Ions Tabla dark m_'.. "7*. 1Or ..'72'xt4 for $6,794; MORTGAGE. 3 bedroom POUNOi SMALL POCKET I
C uShl..... Blmlnl .",. JW.morq w111NhInclude....., AUHno tit .*4tr* *2O 6 $20, Mr CONK 60'K125'K16' lor 15747. Cl home Keystone SIZI MEMO PAD Found
M.l..M OOn ". .:: C4rrylnoco". ..Brewer $17. portable typawrltar' Call toll free today for
BO ttl 041404. 3>4-4lM tt.r I Da. 123. 1 044.4533. IntlrchmCOMPORTASL /. County. Central the week of Juno 2 In the

mil/ SASS BOAT CANON 110 CO. M>. douba bad, price guarantee. heal and air. large Monitor olllce. Please call
trop Johnton s.ll>! nd 1.100.148.1570. '
trolling' motor motor, otpf ,fool control. Howell, ''''I.L. movlg Cam,.. m.ttr.... bOMprln' .*, frame 3tchg fenced lot. Price 473-2210 Mon.. Ti ...,'
....... .0nd51.3300.OISH .so Call m-imt, art, t 0 m. Solid wood...._.d. 70 Sacrl.CMAIO 7/3-17 negotiable '
w rv good ,.. Bill King Jr. Thurs. sin 61 I 2
C.1t'17.0' tip Schw'nn 1-10.10 .. .. ,. HIXIBLI OWNER fiNANCING Frl. 9530.:
m. CHINA ._.
CASINI 5
pies buf. C.II.7I. 473.4319.Itchg 7/3 WOULD
RID
.. 1St. Solid' oils WINS glass this OWNER OP
'Po" 0"'.. on front. on live-plus acreswllh
_l>. Pot tm. SsCallenl condll/Ont' Car Stare. """PM Toyota station wagoncheck
fond cutting motor00161 board teas but /merl.rchel.a ca**.tte ...."... 7 month old well kept mobile
.. N..rv S13O naw will Sell fMS. Motorcv CARS tire repaired el KH
d am con in-nn home. plus a 1300 ft. aTRUCKS
so.
lIoued ALL... SIC cover like naw Ills large Shell week. of June
olns coc station
Yall
..... CB 2*
FAN".14 Incn Hun'''. In coblnot .'.. bike 377.5151.Doubt. building. acre
.ANTIQUE.."" '.b'. and CMINA chair CAajlNCTJ rein,. Cenb'.b' .1100_,7..12....'...."-*"... /1170 chair SeauliTutpr.Sr.. $175.: 777 4053 4000vrodn0 .. maftr* A aprlng. like chain-link fenced. Croat 16. May have wrong one..
154106 new 000l.mpor.ty= stole. naw $3O. window air, condition* value for $31,500. Call far Call Shell. ,Itpd 7/3 "
mirrored 0/lea. c.bln.ll, Sod ."N'U".O./U"WOOO: .MAHOOANV.... CHINA OWlMt."HOOANV 5,. loooo BTJ 110 volt*. *iooSwnbaam 167 Rambler' AmbesMdor-
< 5letO P'Hut.....516..Call M..m..now. beat. appointment now.
f.'o.sa r.iyyJi1"" end Sv Slem. .colt.n, 3,."... A/C radio, heater.
COd//ion. AklnO' ."00. Colt ar.3)Qf. bowl t'S. 375-F34t afterP0NOKO I McOanlell Realty-Realtor./ Tire
3754000 alter good. As l t...$350. :
ANTIOU41tchad 005L573' $60 5. "' eionooM >ui>., TCLCJCASTBR guitar Phone 173.B476. I Itchg 7/3 4733411tfnchg ClassifiedAds
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....... no lobe.can Nr.'W.Mto.' .373.9544 On,. 05 dock.SONY...Pour.T/acs... r.cttne .....-, ..dr.. .nd._t .nlontitirMn>-** $2933.: a for* Pander oood amollfiar u*.d malt M50 car.. trade Call LAMB LOTS or lake view 4/17
Call "... .,._. acreage ..... sand bottom 171 FORD TRUCKHeavy I Get

lake near Keystone duty long bed. Automatic ResffltsEXPANDING
Height Owner financing 'transmission.. Good condi.

473-4S46. 4tchg 7/3-24 tion. 473-2106 or 473-2371.
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Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O Bring Results :2 I.. 2 Beth fireplace' ERA. !

garage, S2SOO dawn_ceil
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DELICHTSi Poach PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished COM SO WHAT'S new at S3CHANNEL COURIER Citation FEMCINOl, All kind, hog
>*Tf Fuzz Yellow Rice Delight MIL'S SAW SMOPi Complete efficiencies and I Grand......'* Attic. HWY 301 he, V-hull. Vinyl top and Transceiver w/Turner wire welded wire barbwire
Proscriptionsunglasses In Exotic Shrimp Stow Send BY OWN III Compl..lyrernocteled. .harps rvice. circular BR apt*.. weekly or monthly N. Low,." area. Featuring many deluxe. accessories. Super Sidekick power mike wood chain link;
6/28 case Post Last $1. for each recipe) and .2 BR,one bath Miao carbide, NEW FURNISHED handmade Item Large Jut like n.wl! Call with 38 ft. tower 100 ft. free eitlmates. MANNING
Market al-Trading"between t and Fleai 1:30M. receive,a list of many more Family Room. Fireplace, chain mower blade' hollow STUDIOS monthly only. assortment. of baby and Gainesville 376-3619. TFN. coax cable and antenna.All FENCE CO.. 473-4822.
Meed to have then. altered. Enclose self Screened porch, Central ground and balanced 2313 N. Tample. Starke. kitchen Items. Gift for allacea.ion. for $130. Call %43116.Anytime. Keystone. TFchg M.
Heat.Air, Nice Comer Lot
k: .Small ,reward addressed stamped Leave at Jackson Building TFefigj *. Free gift wrapping is rr. .1.IIIGLASIIOAT. 50 7/3 Itchg. CHAIN LINK PENCE
782.3991.7/311pd. envelope to: Recipe In Saratoga Heights 1021 Supply Stark er KeystoneHts. with SS.OO order,Open HP Mercury, Motor with tilt SEARS GARDEN TRACTOR material. Do It yourself
( Delights; P.O. Sox W. Pratt St. Phone MOBILE HOMEl 2 bedroom
1276, TFchgALCOHOLICS
10 AM.6 P.M. Thurs. .._.
trailer.$ 00. 430 Center St. like 3 paint hitch I and save. Installation,
Starke, Fl. 33091. 1/3 964-5639. Available Now. ANONY- $135 month plus $90
through Sun. 6/26 2tchg 964-621O. 7/3 Itchg. set of disc new mowing available.' Free ..lima'...
WANTED ffchg. 5/1 TFN. M.LAKEVIEW MOUStPhone deposit. PHona 964-8289.
7/3.
deck. 1 cultivator bar. Call HandyMan Fence Co.
964-3148 944-7619.
SUBDIVISION or Itpd 7/3.
TFchg OVATION acoustic/electric WHITE ACRE PEASi U-Plck. (M9"0.. 9648559. TFchg L.
000 PRICES PAID for used FEW ONE ADULTs for $7.06 near I Keystone Pick available colors. 3IR. IIMO ILING. BUILDING, FOR SALE11110".1.010MILAKIIIHAMP guitar in great condition. $4.00 bushel.Graham.. Call weekends-- B5It..... Ask WATSON'S HOUSE OP
mobile homes If mortgage weekly. Includes I lb. soon your brick REPAIRS New kitchens, Play like a dream. Bought Steve 485-1231 anytime. far J.E. $873. 7/3 Itpd. VACUUMS Many ,brand
2 bath ,
It 3/4 paid or more. OLIN S meal dally choice of S veneer bathe, family rooms. Brick new with hardshell/case 6/26 2tpd 7/3. CHINESE PUOti AKC. Pawn, of new vacuums. Used
I MOBILE HOME SALES. vegetables and grains. garage. Lake access to block, concrete. Fireplace for S560. Asking |just $325 16 PT. SABRE BOAT: 45 HP 7 week old. wormed machine available. Part
Bedford Lake. Low 1140s. TON Lovely wooded lot In
Free
964-9606. Open 7, day details write: 'Betty specialists. Griffin' Con w/caw. A good dealt Call Chrysler motor. Gator lawtey. 782-3046. 7/3 and accessories for all
Bawen. .".0. Box 333. Low Interest you qualify. prestigious area. 16750. Don at 964-6900.7/31 tchg.
weekly. TFchg struction. Phone 473-2104 trailer. Good condition. Itchg. vacuum systems. 404 NW
VANTEDi Mobile home axle Hampton' Fla. 32044. Itpd; Contact Stevenson Construction or 473-2378. TFchg Owner, financing. Good 1000. McCarthy' NEW AND USED FURNITURE loth Av*., Gainesville.phone .
7/3. Co. Phone terms. Jack
and tlr... Will pick up. SEWING MACHINES Cou'nayAnoc. Garage. Ph.9647026. 6/26 and appliances. Porch 376-7110. TFchg
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-5066. 5/13 TFchg. RIFAIMDi All makes Inc., Breaker. CYPRUS LUMBER Moil any 2tchg 7/3. rocker BARGAIN LIMEROCKl 20 yd. semi
SALES. 964-9606. Open 7 cleaned ailed and ad- 479-7060. 7/3 Itchg.LUEIIRKtlSt also, available Including CENTER. US 301 South loads only. ALLEN E.
days a week. TFchg HELP lusted. $10. Workguorantod. mantle piece Sample 9646679. TFchg TAYLOR lawloy.' Phone
gCASH, FOR COINSt Gold, MOBILE HOMESt Why pay James Vou-plck or prices: 4"x4"x8' $3.70: I PIECE, MODERN living PLUMBING PIXTURES window 7823172. TFchg '
tllver sterling dental WANTED more? Buy direct from the Strickland corner MorganRd. We-plck on order. Open I"x8".8' S2.40. Call room .*t. One year old. ,' ,
doors plus
pipes
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gold GF scrap jewelry op' factory large selection of and Hwy 16. TFchg Man -Sat. from B:00-6:3O.: Stephen Smith 468-2624. Excellent condition. Owner 10,000 other Item at OAK' ROLL TOP DUKi ex.cellent .
now
llcol frames, ale. J.R. Bull.. NURSING HOMEl Needs. LPN '2', 14' and double wldes. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Sun 2:30.6:30.: Take SR 26 Hampton. 7/3 $#chg 7/31. moving-must sell quick. Bargain Center US 301 condition. Serious
Ington 964-6250 TFchg. COMMUNITY SERVICIt Pump-out to 200A (Earltan Rd). SJSO.OO. Call after 5:00 Inquires 9645636. $550
for MOBILE
4-17 shift. Full/ or Porttime. HASTEN 13 FT. travel South, Starke.
{(TO KENT OK LIASil SO to 100 Phone 964-6220. 6/5 HOME SALES. US 301 Residential' commercialand Westslde of Big lake SantaFe. traller/camper. Sleeps. 4-5; P.M. 964-6456. 6/26 2tpd TFchg 6/26 2tpd 7/3.
suitable for Industrial.' Fully licens See signs. No dogs
acres crops North. 9 7/3.
dusk.
tfnchg. Open to 1 to Ice box 3-burner
with 3 BR house. Phone LIVE IN HELP wonted far '6 en Sunday. Phone ed. Phone 964-8121. TFchg please. Lengnecker. with $SOD gas REPAIRS 25! % Off on Tllbes.
I 475-1322 473-4077. 732tchg.710. CARPENTER specializing Inremodeling M.lr_. Phone 473-1191 range oven or -
or. retired person. Job %4-0741. 6/5 TFN. screen.rooms, before 30 after 9.00. beet elfer. 964-910 Classified Ads II' Stereo &
8
responsibilities, / and : or
2
Call before salarynegotiable. 5 Located BR, I BATH PRAME HOUSE sun decks, concrete and 6/5 TFN. weekdays 8-5. After 5 and tilii i ; I
en SR 125 In block' work. Phone Bud. SEWINGCHINII"SINGERGOLDEN weekend 4682760. 7/3
p.m. at 392-4631 after S .
""I ,;,-Huntley p.m. 3727406. 6/26 7/3 Lawtey.782.3208. 9647816. 3/28 TFchg H. TOUCH AND Itpd. Bring Results 984-7923 Sales and Serve
t ,,Redfearn'sS 2lchg 713.1001C1CIE'II". Itpd. KEEMS TREE SURGEON SEW". One of Sing.,'. CHILD'S pony. 782-3176. 7/3 11 2 E. Call St.
Trimming 'removal 14 yrs. Itchg. .
., finest Blg-iogs.' buttoinholos
; YARD SALE experience. Have 53 ft. blind hem 4 LOTSt Two 2.19 acre
bucket. Free estimates. tltch. has each. Cleared. $2.300 per
Phone 782-3733. TFchg monogram acre. Two 6.97 acres each. ATTENTION JOB SEEKERS
4 73-4 340or CARPORT SALEi 4 families, 5/29. automatic pushbuttonbobbin
complete cleanout. Saturday etc Sold new over Partially cleared. S2250
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.Household FOR RENTKITCHINlnlSi $409 balance $127 or $12pe' per acra. Small down paymant. -
473-4262 Bal. 10% int.
Items, clothing month. Call credit
Repairs Ol Major Experienced.- furniture, lamps pictures manager coll.ct0..) .Owner can finance. 7ml. The Florida Stale Employment Service li now recruitingfor
Phone 473-4077. 7/3 2tchg electrical kitchen One BRapartm.nl. NW Lawtey. HWY all of lumber mill worker .
Electric appliance, 376-4467. 6/12 TFNchg. phase Experienced applicant
Appliances 7/10. pool TV. AC. 125. Ph. 782-3889. 7/3
stuff dishes, etc. utllltlee Included. .COLOR.TV., 29" consolemodel preferred!
Serving Bradford a Clay Totally 3tp<7/17. :
Wilson Rd. and Searing St.. furnished. Weekly monthly under warranty.
Counties I CARS ftTRUCKS past hospital on SR-230. ,' rates. TEMPLE MOTEL. Pay' off -balance due of

Lawrence Blvd Kgystone See signs. 7/3 1 Itpd. 880)) N. Temple Ave. $18410 cash or assume ........ .... Crane Operator Clean-Up/Utlllty Worker
CARPORT SALEi Sol July 5. Stark. Phone 9647357. payment of I8.9O per Floor Tender
WHY WORRY let us Install 930230. Assorted 9/20 TFchg. month. See at White Sewing \IV AITEDIe Heavy Equipment Operator
a.'burglar alarm In your *2 FORD 4-DOOR 6 cyl. I Item*-cast: Iron MIMOSA MANOR MOBI1I > and Appliance Center, -Ie -.c Electrician Kiln Operator
home. *or business., Hills previous local owner with cookware table lamp. HOME PARK mobile home 3927 SW Archer ..... TO BUY.Ie! lumber Grader
only 39.000 actual miles.Rune Millwright/Mechanics
Security Systems. mocrame piece, toys occasional and spaces for rent. Phone Gainesville Fl.. 376-<<66. .. Trimmer
Rare flndl I *CASH CASH Operator
.. great Electrician Helper
473 3549 Lease or .01. chair. some baby 469-2912. TFchg 6/12 TFNchg.REPOSSESSED. :
4tpd 7/3-24 $500.2tcha 7/3.Call 964-SO86. 6/26 items. Come. 1\V4 mile on SLEEPING ROOMSt TV Amona "Kfor Used Mobile Morns|C Fork Lift Truck Operator lumber Sorter

'76 CUTLASS SUPREME $700 Crlffl Loop to deep curve refrigerator hotplate. microwave oven 1979model ic W* Py Top prto..c Bay Attendant Package, MokrEdger
look for 7/3 I tpd. Very reasonable, by week slxo. Under
sign family
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--relate* GenevaiWftx436ft. down or trade and pick uppayments or month. Underwood +.321.11811! and 32S-3007j Operators
off
of $132.55nionth warranty. Pay remainIng -
( 1 Lots Motel 3.3 miles north of
till July '81. 601 PERSONAL Storks on US-301. Phone balance'dueSI96.10 .' '' ''''''Jtc
Restricted
for 1850 .
at) Alton Rd. 7/3 Itpd. cash or take overpayments
ft. minimum building 1974 OLDS CUTLASSSupreme SERVICES 9647184. 5/15 TFchg. of 19.90
I MIMI STORAGE UNITS per Excellent salary and company benefit Salary range
size in Bradford County.JIMPSON. : Full power. A/C. ,.. month. See at White Sewing .
available In Keystone H WANTEDROUTE from $4.65 hour $7.50 hour
to depending
New fires. $1900 or best t Appliance Center approx. per .per on
I CLVD9 W ., $10 and Phone
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Foe
up.
offer Must sell. 473-7075.. mechanic 473-3193.. TFchg B. '. '.- '3527 S.W. Archer. .Rd,'. CARRIER positionand experience. 'U"VANNIS, It II
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lory trained .
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alter Sc3a.richer.. .. Galneivlll. ..-.6' ".
; : ,2 take
US-3OI South 964-6020. COMMERCIAL SPACEs 1:400oq. : Par the Gainesville Sun In Applicant maybe required to CeheraCAplItude test.

1973,CHillY TRUCK LONG 5/29 TFchg ,S.TYPEWINTERS ft., suitable for offices TFN chg. Starke area. Must be aver Apply In person to the Florida State Employment Service,
BEDi V8. new paint, new AND Adding or store. On Lawrence IB, bondable, hovedependable
209 W. Call St. Starke Fl.
Let Us .
Bale
Jo"*35614. 14 hrl. upholstery. $99J. 473-2595.. Machine cleaned and ...r.vlc.d. Blvd., Keystone Hts Phone transpor.
G'ylIlo.S717"624hrs.Mobile, 6/26 Itchg 7/3.' Phone 964-6502. 473.732tchg71 Your Hay totion.Good retirement In. Union County and Columbia County reiident report to
Next. to Telegraph. 6/19 MOBILE HOMEl 2 BR fur- .
com the Florida State Employment Service, U30 S. FirtSt.r Lake
4tpd 710.RECENT niehed. Call 964-5462. 7/3
Large Round Hay Apply at
GRADUATE DISIRES City. Fl. 32055.
;" ;'-': HOMESFOR 2tpd 710.
.. 4M S. Walnut St.Starke
.. ... ..... SALE JOSs caring for babies, FURNISHED APT.I 1 BR. Inquire Bales NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.,
young children or(hutIns.Experienced. Tackli Box. 7/3
", at
5 : Please writiat.P.O. :. Itchg. New Modem 964-8170 6/26 2tchg 73.flaying .

SAMPSON LAKEi '3 BR, 2 Sox 606. Starke MOBILE HOMEl Furnished 2
-.c H mll.c Both, Deerfoot Trail under. 32091. 6/26 2tchg 7/3. BR, I Bath. A/C. 2 acres Equipment
70000. Call for details. BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 9 land. 2 miles I of Storke.SI .
-.c Nq.!' pawn;! ; Payment With' In all Fast Service .
Bob year experience 39 mo. plus $75
VA Harris' 964-5533. 6/26 per I
-.c Financing FHA.c 3tcho 7/10. phase*Including' tax**and deposit. Reliable couple 964-6657
a% Down. 18 Years wf.inaacing form
government only.' 964-6479 after 5 P.M. f& Trouble
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TWO ICDROOM. bath
-.c Available. block good fishing.concrete 473-7075 after S P.M. 7it1chg 7/3 1 Itpd. 485-1436 1 1I

-.c AKoOood clean, U'.d.c T I .
Write KARR 202 River
Mobile" .Homes. -.C

-ire _'hotP.tka.c' 321 Drive>30. 7/3 Dunnellon lOtpd 9/4. Fl. BIRCH'S t FILL LlMEROCK 7mIs

r Mooil I Home Sales.j 2 BR HOUSE Carport. On With financing 1

"ire"' ''eiatPaUtka. Fie .Jjr Starke nice 'lot near Owner downtown will IPM PEST CONTROL (SEPTIC TANK: INSTALLATIONS

346-1899 ?
and 329-3807 finance. Call Jacksonville 964-5534

.. ........ '" J89-74I4. 7/3 4lpd 7/24. e Pest Control Call: CARDIN BROS. 964-6150 "Priced out of the market? Well think ogainl I We have brand new

Protection e three- ond four.bedroom homes. . '.Call today and see

if you qualify for as low; as 4% financing. "
MOBILE HOME ,.......A REMODELINGG1L ,
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snvicB" Irvt IMHJIS' INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS POLICIES *Looking Mobil Horn For AC? 4C* Sgft.l OLD BATHS HURRY Time Is Running Out !

AT 411: Replace Those Worn Out Snobby Tile,' :

REASONABLE RATES. w Special, New 12 oliO.c AndJJ Provisionally, Clesn- And Ragrout Wall 1 Floors You May Qualify For This Special.l.Plan If Your
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Olin's MobileHome '"* Set Uj). 0500.0004invontory : : C Merole Quarry 4; Ceramic a Shoot Vinyl a Vinyl Tile

SalesFREE F".c lo choose ROBERT KITCHENS TILE Income Does Not Exceed The Chart Below



Phone QUOTES 964-5606 41C Mobil East Ham P".lk..c 81**. Jt* 964-7630 I No. In Family

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Elaine M. Olin Agent 3211.I1U and 328-3807? Estimates
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2 Persons 3 persons 4 p"enons 5 Person 6 Persons 7 Person


Well I '13,500' s'l 16,000 $18.500$19,500 120,500 122,000

Drilling ANNUALLY ANNUAllY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY
.... STEVE HAYES BUILDERS ANNUALLY
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:prilling Fast Equipment Rotary NOW OFFERS These !Homes: May Include '

"" Fireplace Appliances
Catpets
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New & UaedSales.Parta.Servlce Down Payment 9 90


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THr /o Under This Program And-no Payments
Plumbing .. .' If You Qualify. .
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New Installation These I Quality'Built Homes' Include; Range m $1925Q $2A 50P0er

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'Remodeling Repairs ... .
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6. Energy Efficient Heat Pumps. \
1. Insulated windows.
Q.Y. r lU;.'" Based On Sizi Of Mortgage ADd Your

2'. R-22 Insulation in attic. r. Power'vent for removal' of hot air ., ,

PUMP \ ': :t, ''. In attic, wcirt A/C cost by as, Personal Financial Situatill. Call Us To'See

& J' 3. Ft-11 Insulation.in,wallas. nilich< rii i W J\j If ou Qualify
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SUPPLY It You Own YourOwn lad Your

COMPANY ',4, Maintenance free Aluminum Soffits. 8, Cerarn.o tile fyer.'f .
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Call Steve at 964-6211

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