Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04218
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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of. Heaven"-" ';

102nd Year STAR'K FLORIDA 21 Cent'Copy :,': "
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Still 'Wrestling

With Budget ShortfallDilemma

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facing the Bradford County -,
property appraisers:1: constitutional
wick Taylor of the Concerned Citizens
Commission over the 1980-81 amendment proposal to increase pro of Bradford County; Dr. William J. C.
budget was further enhanced as a perty values to 100 then
percent, cut Lennon and Charles Hardy of the
new shortfall figure of more than the values back to 63 percent. Farnsworth Bradford Union Guidance Clinic
$590.000 was presented to the commissioners
says that is the county's best Charley Johns of the Starke Recreation
at a budget workshop Mon- bet as it appears now because it Department and civil defense,
day July 31. would leave assessments and millage and communications supervisor
1 No easy solution Is apparent. It figures about where they are now. Jerry Thompson."We .
FP maybe the middle of August before
millage and a tax roll figures mightbe .The constitutional'amendment, if will put your requests In the
known. Clerk Gib Brown told the passed would nullify the increase in hopper and consider them with the
commission after his staff checked, homestead .exemption on county others" Chairman Dave Shuford told
with the Property Appraiser Jimmy millage. those presenting their requests.See .
Alvarez. As a result of that information The board Monday,July 21,listened '
the commission accepted the to County Agent Bobby Taylor Hard- County Budget, Page 2\..
recommendation of Brown not to hold
another meeting on the budget until
August 11 at 8 p.m. I

Brown Indicated at''that time his 4 Given Free Ride
staff with the help of CPA Farnsworth ,
may be able to tell the commissioners
bow much .
carry over
funds would be available. 8 Races
Inflation la the basis of the DevelopAs
shortfall, which has been growing
each year and, it appears Is finally
catching up with the board. Revenue
Is not rising as fast as expenditures Qualifying EndsFour
says accountant Pat Farnsworth.

The county .also under restrictionon incumbents. were re-elected to D-Crystal Lake has drawn no
millage and faces additional new four-year terms and eight races Democratic oposition but will be opposed
homestead addition will cut have developed In Bradford County as in the general election by
tax revenue. In the state has qualifying ended at noon Tuesday for Republican Frank Cotton of Orange
mandated to counties but
programs the September 9 primary election, Park.
had not funded the mandated pro Two state senate races will be on
grams. An example is the road turn- Incumbents Dolph ''Reddish 48, the ballot this year.
back which leaves the county main- sheriff; Gilbert S. Gib) Brown 83,' Incumbent Ten-Ill "Pete" Skinner.
, Joining. former state roads with the county clerk; Jimmy Alvarez 26, pro- D-Lake City has drawn two
. "', -''ate funds which use to go tor secon- .. perty appraiser and Elsie S. Sanders':; 'DemocraUe!"'*' :! J .nW, 4ary roads. The state even used county 40, county Judge were re-elected Gelson of Hawthorne and (lA. Win-
Homemade Half-pipe secondary road funds to put the without opposition. burn. Jr. of Mayo. They are running
9 roads In good shape before turning Four have for
qualified the for
Rather than drive all the way to Gainesville's & the money he's saved In Sensation Basin admis them over.Figures. tax collector's persons to a Democrats' .
post Three
replace veteran seek
Basin every time he wanted to do some a'a Schillltl'q and gas has almost covered the ramp's 8700 were presented last week'to official J.R. Kelly who will retire in nomination will the
;Tlm Schiller bum hair-pipe skating ramp In his cost. Before he built the half-pipe Schiller had show it will take 4,08 mllla of new January. John B.' Newsom to oppose of Welrsdale Republican who
back yard on North Orange Street In Starke last ( In skateboarding contests throughout state .
property ..' to make up the difference His chief deputy Gather Shuford was Democrates
unopposed.The In-
t(semi-circular ramp stands nearly 12 feet high at second. In his age group at the end of a five- In the more than '3.3 million Hall 48, service station operator and clude Rev. Gene Keith of Gainesville t
sand la surfaced with IS sheets of 4.S plywood. ... tour.
> spending' bill. The commission Is former Starke
Mayor Carl Hurst 84,. George Kirkpatrick, of1 Gainesville
k&! limited of state law at the present real estate salesman, Steve Simmons and Perry Mcgriff.,Jr. of Gainesville.
!,' time to an eight-percent! Increase.The 38, and Insurance salesman Emmitt The quartet will be seeking to replace
., eight percent of $59114 would property Akridge will vie for the coveted post. Sen. Kenneth "Buddy" Mackay of
& tax total give Incumbent Superintendent of Ocala who resigned to run for the U.S.
for New Bradford the board a $' 7.359 Increase. Senate at the end of the legislature
f Approval : Abstract Building Commissioners at this don'tknow Schools Tom Casey S3, will be opposed
point by Baker County school teacher session last month. Two years. are left
what going to do.
they' are
on Mackay's term.
A Jerry P. Lawson 43, who lives In
Realistically It is possible that some Starke. U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua of Altha and

Given Jby Starke & Commission local programs will have to go and Veteran Supervisor of Elections Gainesville Is unopposed for, the
Zoning Planning will be laid off.
some employees Neva Flynn 31, will be challenged by Democratic nomination in the Second
')1 Further complicating the board's Sandra Norman, 41. part-owner of the Congressional District. He will be op
*r-The Starke Planning and Zoning William and Judy Alderman were The project Is In the City of Starke problem is the upcoming Oct. 7 vote steak house in Star e. posed In the general election by
'Board approved the change of zoning on McMahon Street adjacent to the on their firm located at 858 McMahon the duplex houses will use county tax assessments to $23,000. race veteran commissioner Dave LaCapra who Is running as a
courthouse to allow a.new office Street Just south of the Bradford city services such as sewer, water as has already been done for schoolmillage. Shuford a Lawtey service station Republican.A .
building for Bradford Abstract at the County Courthouse from, R-IC .to and fire hydrants. Local off!cialar. feel certain operator will be opposed by Starke crowded field has entered the
,monthly meeting of the board Tues- residential professional. voters will reach for any kind of tax tire dealer Lawrence Mosley 32. race for the U.S. Senate seat now held
day July 23.: The action was taken after Alderman Chairman Drew Reddish welcomed relief available and so the measure District 3 has Incumbent Maxie by Richard (Dick) Stone of Miami. In
3 The change wag. granted subject to told the board that he plans to Mrs. Mary E. Peterson as a board will pass. If so, It would reduce county Carter Jr., 52, a juke box distributor addition to Stone those vying for the
final approval by the State City Com build a new building on two lots near member to replace Carl Hurst who tax assessments by $33 million thus to be opposed by Lawrence Griff, :37, Democratic nomination Include: Insurance
mission at its August S meeting the courthouse. He slated there would resigned to run for county office. Mrs. reducing the value of a' mill of taxes a farmer who operates the Rainbow Commissioner Bill Gunter of
be paving for four vehicles with or 8 Peterson was appointed to the board and pushing county millage closer to Egg Farm on Griffis Loop./ Tallahassee Lewis Dinklns of Ocala
people present at the business. Tuesday July IS, by the Starke City. the cap of 10 mills. Five people have qualified for the Jim Miller of I.utz. John Coffey of
When no one appeared to protestthe Commission. Another complication-1st! the' state District 3 seat now held by Commissioner Moore Haven. Richard Pettigrew of
Y Iown t Ir er'' change In toning the board voted Hazel Paulk who Is not seeking Miami and Buddy Mackay of Ocala.
Ihe u unanimously to grant Alderman's re.' another term. Republicans entered for the U.S.
quest. Joe Warren 47, a school l teacher Senate seat include: Ellis Rubin of
The board decided to take no actionon and a former Starke City Commissioner Miami Lou Frey of Winter Park I
a proposal to rezone the block including w and operator of a meat market Ander Crenshaw of Jacksonville.
the old Ben Rowland and bulldozing business ,Jennings Paula Hawkins of Winter Park and
that is bounded by Myrtle Gardner Starling, 37, aelfemployed In the land State Sen. John Ware of St.
sHgr ..0a Madison and Orange Streets.. Boardmembers clearing business and operates semi-, Petersburg.
on their own toured the trucks; Richard Roberts 26, real Former State Senator Lori Wilson
area. estate and Insurance man, and of Melbourne is seeking to run as an
Last month the board approved a Homer Hart 49. operator of a feed Independent candidate and is trying
.change In zoning for builder Bob Harris store In Bradford and Union County. to get on the ballot by obtaining
for the former Rowland house enough signatures on-a petition of
from R-IC residential to residential- Two races will be contested for the state voters to run. .
professional. That zoning change was p school board.In State Attorney Eugene Whitworth
c ratified the July 1 Starke City Commission n4 District Incumbent J.R. (Jim) Alan Parliapiano public defender
meeting according to City < Lawson :37, a car salesman will be Circuit Judges Wayne M. Carlisle andChester
Clerk Merrill Edwards/ t opposed by dentist Dr. Richard W. B. Chance all of Gainesville
Odom. 33.Incument. were all re-elected without opposition.
: In the final business at the brief .
'lATUKOA JULY It meeting Pat Welch Vernon Parmentor. :37, .
ILKSCLU* presented plans surveyor for Bradford Villas, a an accountant at the prison at Olustee The primary election will be held
Bring Your Own It'. subdivision to be located Just east of 'will be challenged by former four Tuesday September 9, the runoff
:. Ivpp..H P.M.ISLf0A7C.LVtY the Presbyterian Church grounds off term school board member Rodney primary on Tuesday, October 7, and i
: .... Bessent Road and East Call Street P. Hall SO and a DuPont employee. the general election Tuesday,
across from Bradford. County State Rep. Frank Williams, November 4.

-...- L.I .-.... Hospital. : "
IKAOPOIIO'CO.' Welch told the board the project'win '
-, j' ZONING SOAKO Meeting be built Longchamp, Homes 'Odd Couplet Opens Tonight (\1.t|
7iM..M.--Court House inc and Town House' Enterprises,
.. .. Inc.; of Starke will feature 29-duplux '
CITY QUA!/"YlNG homes that will.house :50-famlIies{ Fastidious Felix and messy grumpy T-hone steak baked potato BBQ.
.....Twlay*Na..i Welch approval Oscar will go at it on the stage of bread and coffee or tea. '
got from the zoning Starke Golf and Country Club next Cast:

and planning board for engineering, wcckcd as "The Odd Couple" opens Oscar Madison. . .Don Noel
,._IArvIDAY.JULYU'IIADf'OIO plans, and topographical survey (for 4 two-weekend run. i Felix Ungar..Qrover Howard
COWBOYS .along with construction. plans. Gwendolyn Pigeon .Pat Scogglns:
Sign-Up CM Wmli The play will begin Thursdaydonight Cecily Pigeon. . .. .Chris WlFson
F .9 A.M..M.. \ ), Friday and Saturday Speed.., ,'. . Josh Sutherland(
Community.It. Sink. Index... nights for two weekends. July 24-26. Murray .... ... .Kevin Neel
':.i >a.Cc ... i Seeking Solace the Shade and July 31-August; l-a. Roy: .-. . . .Buddy Paterson
r t"ot'I' Two Sections .. Tickets for (he dinner-theatre are Vinnle ,. ,Bob Gauvatx
. SUCTION Ai ': ''For'three liyearldi who win nevertournament "get; another. shot 'at'a senior !boys .stale on sate at the pro shop at the country 'Crew
JACICSOP4.BUILDING Nws..M.fPag.< I".IA4 > and club; 964-8441.and at the Merle Norman : .
another wan probably HOI' n't use final year eligibility\ Sun- "
.."_lal.. .. Pal. 4A Richard Jockel director;! -
i Ik-yr..c. 'days elimination from the Florida softba IIInamenl.a. almost too bitter Cosmetic Center on Thompson
:... .. .. .. SA-7A a'lee Judy Dukes assistant
Society. .a director.
SUPPLY pill te swallow After two III! and tvenlh and Street In Starke. phone 964-7353.
straight state tenth
Leaan a Real...........,P. :. Of"Stark* Sports j...... /..?\rages. 1 A-11A 17-year-old Mlk Jackson left) may not play for Ihe Star,nest' year, and Mike and the first Saturday and second Friday Pauline Tanner' personal produc
Hwy 301 $$9646079K SBCTIONOMtutrUS..> Andrews, t|ta), Al Chapman (13), and Chub Johnson It). will all be(.old.''The four 'are close to a sell out. The clubhouse tion. .
.. .. Charles
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-, !f*a e < Hall scenery. .
.tafwH.lghM'Mwy .rla'I.,<... ,. ... .., ... .1.}. *.. ,. badly gathered, under an oak- after the loss as of hers played! for the title they. :wantd so sent! 170 people.! Tarcy albert, production: hostess
100 and 21A Classified' ., _. .,. Sears Ticket: costs StO which Janice Jockel Sandee Wendee
I r t. per person HaU.
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.FprJlil on< .. lh. trcllon. .
,,473-4973. 'lofy! f morf; picture i jport Includes a complete! salad bar, 16-oz Hall Todd Hall,, set crew. )

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Rep. Frank Williams Qualifies for Re-election .

a..,..J>- -..... .. .... Legislator fill... Year"- Award "bass aas.ea be tar us.Army ad ..American Satiety afrYafenfcanal -
".. ti-w1he ipnwmod by Flwi& Civil r Madscal. s.wr.awl. be peat emsan.a .. Kaaeracy Plaaaera.Diraclar .
those of Beprsertatr.aa.IJiIIerid" Ammustom and the State of; rasa ...... fill jI..t.-......... w ilhooss verses as dIe .elms. r
vast a kas htsad it Me part eadi1"hiasaans Veeeraaa. .. iereisa Wars as ......dmori, ..WIIInIL! D af tbt North Florida
>>-'L AI Ads a dfte and e e..rtp." ........ Civil- Defense. son.Miraied n
says h: minim objection ..- psuol nopewrfd --- be pact pn.a.- as Worth n.rida cemtish. lie r also.
hots brim ms-vice b 0IIIIrid a. lie .......sadTasatas. 0- Cinhirou oatmmmfs.y, pint p.wisistat Ptedeet d the America. OmlcMU.
p1e e .. oars h= 4001o" 40 ..... ... sews an a s.sabr fill so JMMeam6E1 ...... o ...... IDdase Amenrinta.'s: Bond d Dime- W f
.....fill Gor.......fIII......... OQaM CrIashoat Jssotice, Regahbd Is- + d Csyloor Ao emd.a son and Public Relations Dw odor dthe
F SI.Jis Counties ea so glow dtieHouse ....... and LitomL am also lea member of Lawtey Isatrge iM. Americas ......... .1 CivIloefere6
Err '7Ia7 dBar seaft. raemss Mend as wear derma. fill the Fa:4.JI... ...I.I.. ... -- I .. an-7 oatmoso'J--d"
rtsees lie t.rtiaipsaes s ad Retirement. r... aM claims. a. SaaiIII .... ___ Tens" cirillIIIia".ma
sum. ..ears..anal in other trite Cammbsmt I Shrt.er. -
.S every dtieC7.usmbe !- aeya.as. Easea -. iI a member of a. ftnIt Baptist
-. as Appaa&a...e.rflllllle Schools JIQ: ......... CWt. au a.rdL
Simmons ..- No Dy lbat he (" _. s a lible ry and. TCowan 4Q"h.N.WR -_ ddsseam..
books is the......fIII.woorthFININ11110.ria.t .uc..s. << ._ -.I .....ee.q am mks of Cramercl.arr -_. W-ama it engaged busawsod .ill..the m.a .
banking -
.. .Better-.. grew live Commotion.i.e and die M... aM : member rohraer Flaw Florida Tit&ff..g
and evanuma. %eW ebssinnos fIII Tr Sessions CMaumMMMLWSmfnas "' ....
dde Ca .-
wn0b drapes at17i21i'.iegsley
b Liar I
lay tnwapmre =ast .....oi_ says Out be will coutnouein hear. = Parts
Sao Awae4 orange
corbel and. --.. lac_sad hem hem a Vale....fob a'a7fuo m nomr.od b the farmer
ea manors-amt mare taxes.Sues wt far eanm=7 is ga.erumeeLtai boa add. .ew.rAL
Dears J.hs d Las
Startle as w
dan..RS.s., .sore ..odes loot ads..e : n6If.! otsl4 esrra crime
e.deaoaWillums. esQSL t+fc.a y ee..oe..r itwsL ..... LV .Marcns -y.a(oarta grader.
Rte Fraak Willi&as 3T. has received ........- .. .....WatrsmrWa shies is axe Sol. iron I ide beau The Williams Uw family resides at' Richard Roberts
near Heights.
B Baaer *a awards and special praeliaal .irwomusta' p.iey. Ora.ee> park Nank Keystone
Soda: II<<4..4.... oMrirt s .- Z -- ... ... t JnIPII't7rctsrndIaI! HumusFINK Haaacn ... .... Seeks DWrktlCMatjr

reojurat ./ tile -o.uu--C tstaaa 174LIAa.t I Florida Civil Titian A..r ;.....,. CMIMMM Seat

Richard Odom Qualifies For Gp. 3 School Post Roberts Bids

7 Bichard ad... a fecal deist walk edam and his write busty liner ..... .;; ....... .. wd respect! die taxpayer's For Disl. 5 Seat
a pa action ia e-"w $e16Mt. -e5idrea t",5"1. ... &.. it ...... be very and. use II..ftCaIIIaIIlbe most
Q rdJWyUbrmforthaGk-92s ft ill JIII"8IIII7.. -r 1 fill arse and boss ahem....... .. arcanued school:
-..OnnsnFw!MBst 4W MId IrT a.ts- the _.ey Berpa... R 0irrL a..r.1IQ''I...... h Bradford Coonty.ai system Richard Roberta.-,ear...son of
"" lows- JJL utwaJ w- !i;;; 1" Ole eianv.eaoI ,... Dma1 ltradt.d Classy will be.hr ads -----. te mj ftaUna former county commissioner George
teatwoRickard F.dwemfhasame.tin[:n.at.cafIIIcWea. ( .and d 1M.en AddMM axe pamm we seat ewer 01 all erne mad their education is Roberta Jr..qualified July 19 ta ran
tons : ._"__ -. Board fill the .
nnc atbcadML
*ud as mom 1 will ace abW bbe for the Croup S county commimon
i pwtaar rasat buboes. af theE Uses putt.Sacco -Hs .g no hams is i that the job is doner my
exams fill Brudia d tasty: says Each dIIIId has 1M snort b lie eammemt3 can be w y post.Roberts
o.t.a..: Who ... m Country: C7nb admemod he Las r ber mtir..abad ar.eI Mtge. ....boons. .

aaes just ewe af Stark. 211 pr..n.L2' Odom sayerWe ass .As hard. name hey By abe be and Joe Warren. In seeking the vacant
Bara n OrUndn. raised ash .edme..er7ttsg we cams b see amt the fair-see dews sryh.. Races Set seat from which Mrs. Hazel
M Apopka. Florida.remor o.a. II pb>7tom tae b.- ..n- Paulk la retiring.It Is the first try for
prareumead t op" Ha h __ Cbs ....... !be ached deomss can aaada by tae political office by Roberts.
H_ School a 1 &&..He attended LAM W '-4 OWN 1Ie an ac"...COdnm worry w....... IIr vet it .. Hampton A resident of south West Street in
Mtprae OaOere SB Banner EM, 3S.C say: Las3ataans. is
urn poured Or Starke, Roberta .la married. He and
and Mercer Gsmnoy ill Mlarwa. .2.... by homer 6-12 st.esL bat -n...... bard be.18. et wB be ctatrrtrrf for wife Becky have two children.Tarra.
Gearcia Vmdoa with a :B-S. m m.c3 sale emu br draesris dame a" mayor.
requires I. dark and tw council 9. and Lea, 3. The Roberta are
*city seats
Demtastry coon tenor a ISM BeatScboal bouts.ontot edft cadres. ......Ulasaa La"I
members of the First United
IIm eI .... L__ "Educates sleadd be effaoestoryaaed fehaxiswon theprabiema Septeanber t Bampto. City
and dQ asanaafyac dosed with oo Methodist Church of Starke. Robertsis
Denary a '
twkesrse Or d
s tas.rty vas a i a member of the Kawanis Club.
.a*boon nb a Fred Phillips. Sr.
net Jn d '
m dr
_1 mean each school ddevst b n. any burnt .... Roberts now works fulltime with
C66owS.eLs After bnef cane a Vx au.Odsnmoved has b be ribi be al ethers Ir .....laid dpracbemos es .anna gsthdfar mayor with "Century 21," Roberts Real Estate
.StarU. MTJ and went awn odes 8J'- -II does re.-c--: de Ie s4 eon IIe I haw__ comolms husk Lott owned by his father. Richard is also
Daastrsct 24bwd prattiee" rah" Cr: Barry: Grad hi need ter a c.hngashm.re prbey b appt.per ftaIIbII.........__ .. Mai Erao .h moved bang an area salea director for Life Investors .
ZJr.7 O by m to
..ar :a ...
SM4 Ibamprac- education of our .-.1 can bring rhea :
= Insurance Company In the
tom fIII from the an tli about*year
the actual bard. eE .... Ma woe qualified for Starke. Keystone Heights. and Lake
--.e ......_..w.- Butler areas.
Ted Oats.Sr,served-as acting A graduate Bradford High School
I Oglesby Giving Up- His Group- 5 City- Commission Seat ill i ta bone chairman and lege.St Roberts.Johns River has attended Community Florida Col

waxer sesmewtt_ ass r--c: m4ys ...-dais ___ -- quIdied far 1y council Slate University and the University of
Start- __ Ti d cvS&M.aroe Gr upJ.. BtItIINk_ a e.er.ebs.dtrasmig Croft Jr- ...... .:- sank Wilms 1dd as r the other North Florida where be majored in
ova.toils b stet a wooed CtC1raCmy earaO3VtMft specialist III the Correctional assis amt b the eepaa.bead -.. fiaag papers along with IIuJmess.
lena b bs 5 avar caries Williamson From isn-n Roberts worked as a
G..mrp peer a. said be "'C"UII Ttaa.mt Ltemta.e at Rai.ril. aDd Reception amt brdaaai ::
Mounted Taaday.Jets=' be w vat Able b c.rastae be war* Wacoporlaw VaberVeUr .bee IIIIICI'R-- Lake Racier mad Mrs. lop two vow getter win be correctional officer at the Lake
nIa ac-. pr vo s as die ary's mow- at Bradfard-Caaan: V.-Tech Jads.a who has worked b sty heal IIcted b eemcL Butter Reception and Medical Center.
role dew.. leaves 1M Greg 5 ---c IPdwInft' sty :--.arei.... me era..Jd" -.I seat aM far Ole School sI.... [naval Incumbent Qty Ort Iris Hart.iDby He was promoted to correctional officer .
seat nth lie opposed. Un Brooks and Cor- II and transferred to Lawtey
Open no owe yet quakdo-A be ,403d taw Wits Waaz Waters
WIT'JtmIa S"r"ICnIr- at dep. tmems, are running it axeCkvmp
the,...QIII.U.-C deadhme:IS Tues.day. tare: far ocScaet.N w-. tIIfy cunwasounsS 3 da Wadvmorth.Jr.Pbea C'4noecbu..J! Center.In .
hay a III Max Word. lacefedoesday .over ctjr omda.a bad.quEfind far au' ..: bead.., iI7 a.w:city: e.emismis EMS ones is sect amt rest now_ ... appealed.. last September l m Roberts joined"Century XT'Roberts
a'bm-Jay 2L, s that CQ.exsn.e Tdecrvaa st la mint* Mrs. Bud Paadk 25 {for reelection.1 after Manfcal Rack Wade reugned top Real Estate in Starke as an
be et far the Waldo Police associate broker and represented Life
bass sensed. Investors Insurance Cwnpaay.-
-- lepm.rtrslk : in the post
.. jL sasce thus aad saw be serving his first In January 1980 Roberts was promoted

I County Budget.. I. ,., tdeeld oils. -Rwr term to regional manage*by Investors
Vatagf wits take puce at Hampton covering the north and west

....*.-- rAp_. L'U City Hal w_ the peals open from 7- part of the state.SUIDDler .
Fa as m.. aUfbe--_waat S10.000 Recitation Concerned Citizens' M -
the fina Wartstieip last .__ Increase Asked
that *wd take: t-UT amOs. to tre*j_ Ask for S19.0M\

1Iar same snnminaf|pop"ty taxes as M s. cmar- :!Ie Bardmcn Taylar. exoov ___
Let year He panted mot by taw -& State fUerara Haard. appeared bas d De C..oeraed ca-Bradford
board B amused ta ley s*anaffi.tilt< beidee the Commission be iaui aaiy re- o..q. lust wbsd ..-- a La-Z-Boy SALE
taxes are mcreksed mare thaw: ea on 4 Mae": day core enter at the RJE acted ..
pgrrent abe-least tears don tors time Jams shad De n-, was as a- De Rom.remea d Start esplamei
Marcum now be premed as Zbe Loam crease Man ever but yarn bus organization's nrjIIIISIo'I" peabtt
fcrt** *****tame fttemey ** The heard s vv'nag M butt be 'lrs l lOrycwmM.W
The come memme atirargL U ". rt.t mArion temp om'"o L..wdl1-.
*Its tbe CRY of s.n.e.CUM
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July 24iets TELEGRAPH Page 3A

Alvarez Hopes Court School Board

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,Overturns Ruling' To Begin Budget WorkA

Bradford County Property Appraiser petition Mrs. John Doe but when the budget work session is Monday, guaranteed this year and cannot
Jimmy Alvarez hopes the signature Is verified the person Is July 28, at 7 p,m. in the administration float down.In .
State Supreme Court overturns a ruling registered as Mrs.Mary Doe and that building by the. Bradford school
by Sec. of State George Firestone signature then would be disqualified board action this past Monday night,July
that cuts off the property appraisers when It Is verified because the At the work session, the board is 21, the board tabled at least for the
from filing additional petitions to get signature wasn't the same as the one also expected to pass a resolution requiring time being the proposed addition to
a Conaitutlonal amendment on the teredi 10-12th grade students to be Hampton Elementary.!: .
Nov. general election ballot to lower Tallahassee Attorney John French a. ,a H Immunized against measles by Sept. With only $160,000 available for the
property appraisers from 100 percentto represented the appraisers at oral 15. The board will also hold a closedsession HE addition and with the gym renova-
65 percent. argument before the Supreme Court V f onn teacher bargaining which tion and some furniture purchase still
claiming Firestone had no authorityto r will be getting down to the critical hanging, the board decided to put a
The local appraiser made his com set a July 9 deadline for submission : 1 1syi stages of salary and teacher work hold on the $220,000 addition.
.intents after being advised by the of signatures because the State Constitution days next week. "If we've got to cut thisprosect this
Telegraph of two suits that were filed requires petitions to be sub- School employees are expected to much I'd rather put it on hold," said
Monday, July 21, before the State mitted only M days before an elec- receive substantial pay Increases this chairman Arthur Gaskins wnen architect
Supreme Court which indicated It will tion. French pointed out a BO day requirement year with the $1.2 million In new fun- Craig Salley suggested cuttingout
make a decision on the suits within a would give the appraisersuntil ding supplied the district by the 1980 two classrooms to bring the.project
week. Aug. 6 to collect signatures. Florida Legislature. Value of a full- within the money available.
The two groups, seeking to put tax Alvarez said that he still has some time equivalency unit (FTE) Is also "Because we're not getting that we !It t
cut proposals on the ballot this fall petitions out and will hold them until want," said board member JR.
asked the state's highest court: to the Supreme Court makes it's ruling. (Jim) Lawson. !
overturn laws they said infringe upon "In the case of our"petition drive, Brooker Water "I'll buy that," said board memberPat
Floridians' rights to vote for lower that 32 days Is fatal, French says. Spengler.
property taxes.Outcome "That 90 day period Is absolute. .Warning LiftedA "Because we're not getting what we
of the suits could deter- Anything that seeks to extend that Is want and have a nice building at r
mine wheather property owners get a an undue Imposition" on the rights of warning issued by the Depart- Lawtey that is not furnished," added
chance In November to vote on a Con- the people. w.. ment of Environmental Regulation to Gasklns.
stitutional amendment reducing Lake County Property Appraiser, Citizens; of Brooker who were on the "We're putting ourselves too closeon
assessment levels to 65 percent of Ed Havill, heading the statewide water system, was lifted. Wednesday, the dollars," the chairman added.
market value. petition out to the court July 16.The ., I
The State Constitution now' mandates that about 80,000 of their signatureshave warning required customers to
100 percent assessment a goal been verified so far. HaviU'sgroup boil water for five minutes before us- I
I Gov. Bob Graham has vowed to reach could come very close to the Arrival ing It. Larry Kreitalude with the DERin
259,653 signatures required without Early Tallahassee said that tests of the Dixie Riders
was one of the first 20-year-olds to sign up at Starke's Post Office
submitting more signnatures. Monday In compliance with President Carter's call for the registration of all water supply Monday July 14, and
this year. The court will determine In separate arguments before the 15 showed Set
Tuesday July no Cycle Trip
whether tax cut leaders, such as DadeCounty'a Supreme Court, Dade County At- draft-age young men. Registrants names will be drawn from the pool In the contamination. The problem with the ,
Harry Wilson,. can circumvent torney .Robert Ginsburg asked the event of a natloanl emergency If the draft Is ever reinstated. Schiller said he water had occurred when a new
city and county budget hearing court to remove a referendum from tried to register earlier In the day at Hampton's Post Office but no forms were chlorinator was being installed. Club The local Dixie Riders Motorcycle
procedures and put referendums. Dade County's Sept. 9 primary elec- available there.Pierce planned a two-wheeled trip
Brooker is in the middle of switching to Heart this
before the voters setting property tax tion ballot that would require) the from an old water system to a Riders Springs should meet Sunday at the July Suzuki 27.,
rates at levels. tax rate to be
arbitrary county's 1980 property
new one, and the problems accordingto
cycle shop US-301 In Starke between
Oral arguments were held beforethe set at $4 for $1,000 of assessed! Odom Head Gunter on
every, to the DER took place when the aux- 8:30 and 9 a m. Sunday and bl'I !
Court 21, ,
Supreme Monday July value. iliary well was being used during the I
with attorneys for the Florida Property Alvarez pointed out that he was not chlorinator ing a picnic lunch. The group will t
U.S. am very happy to have George transition and the was not return around 4 ,
Appraisers Association arguing aware of the suit by Dade County to has J.D. working for us In Bradford working properly. "We expect hopefully p.m. around .40
that a new rule Imposed by Firestoneis challenge the tax rate. and J.D. ", Gunter said "I'm certain Brooker received a $145,000 loan motorcycles," said Suzuki
hampering efforts to put a tax cut "I am hesitant to support that type as : under their leadership we'll have and grant last year from the Farmers John Curies. "Everybody's welcome.manager
measure before the voters. Besides for Bradford County. Alvarez says. Senate Impressive showing here in Home Administration, and the If you own a motorcycle and would
reducing assessments, the appraisers system Is scheduled to be completedin like to ride down.".
Sunday come on
amendment would also prevent cities early August.
and counties from increasing their co-chairman. Pierce and Odom
budgets more than S percent annually. h / 'a { I be responsible for keeping the !
Gunter staff In Tallahassee DR. JAMES K. HESTER

on events and issues in Brad-
Alvarez pointed out that he was
aware that the state association of .r rl'Library County.They will also coordinate having' to punu.further sp.cloli.draining. 'In eye car*.
recruit local volunteers for
property appraisers was going to file .. l Is pIcaMd to onnounc. that '
a suit; but did not know when it would is an attorney In Starke and STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES ,. \
take place. is a livestock dealer will'..um. his gmnmral practlc.of optom./ryeffective July 2', 980.

The appraisers seek from the courtto I' Dr. Kyle D. Abshlr
strike down the rule and parts of "\ have committed to Bill Gunter Dr James D. ChamberlainDr.
state law on initiatives, giving them .1' we believe his record as an Leonard Schlofman i
32 more days to collect signatures of 1 official demonstrates that he
registered voters to put their amendment '.. \.. only Senate candidate who can 444-0. W.Mod''.....St. Optometrists 2"a"a..11.. .."5w1.w.1
on the Nov. 4 ballot.Firestone's ;' us with the leadership we Sta.*..PI.. 4<4VT| Ml Ail..-vr,,'.. 120M ,
rule required the ap- ./ ',', said Pierce and Odom. ((104TS64-80/6) f Q4))'212.1012
praisers to have the petitions In the "
hands of elections' supervisors on July ..tll ; \;
1: S. 122 days before the general election -
so supervisors would have timeto l 1
verify the signatures belong to
registered <,voters Figures .were '"V. .c, -
presented to show the appraisersneed '
'atgpaturesiof! 255e53 registered '
voters to get an amendment on the 'FREE CHECKING' i
ballot; they submitted 270,000 .

deadline.signatures by the July 5, Firestone Gets Friendly Treatment

t A $650 check from the Friends of tl le Library with
$;; Alvarez explained that It was the Librarian Martha Minx' by Ada Reddish, treasurer,
;plan of the appraisers to have a dent, of the Friends of the Bradford Cou nty Public
cushion of 8 to 10 percent signatures More large print books for persons whi>can't see A AD AI
;than necessary to allow for some donations according to the ladles.
:tames being thrown out. Donations come from individuals and II/ODD SAVINGS
1 He Indicated ladles may sign the send out letters asking for donations. in

I I $36,574 Cut in Funds at

Faces B-U Guidance ClinicState

:' and federal funds to the Lennon told the directors that a I.
Bradford-Union; Guidance Clinic haveeen $11,000 grant by the Florida Associa-
3> cut $36,574 for the coming fiscal tion of Adolescence Development was I
[year, clinic officials told the board of given to the Corner. Drugstore In
Directors July 17 at the monthly Gainesville who will provide servicesIn '
meeting at the Starke office. Bradford and Union County. 737862.6"I
A.. The Guidance Clinic Is seeking an The directors authorized Lennon to
-.8,447 in revenue from the Bradford write a letter protesting the awardingof
County Commission. Last year Bradford that grant to the Department of
County funds to the clinic were Health and Rehabilitative Services.
$48,240., The program in question is funded en-
? Union County Is being asked for an tirely by HRS, according to Lennon.
increase of $3,285, up from the$18,760 Lennon reported that the "Camp
.Contributed last year. Quiet Thunder" started Monday,July
; New budget preparations have just :21,and was In full swing. He pointedout
been started by both the Bradford and that local people were being
Union county commissions. employed for the first time rather ,
1. After discussion, the board of directors than graduate students from the
authorized Dr. William J. Len- University of Florida. He indicated
fion. clinic executive director, to explore teachers from the Bradford andUnion 4
the possibility of the local clinic County school systems were
'obtaining its funds direct from the being used In the annual camp.
state, rather than the current methodpf PAUL I
obtaining the funds from a contract ,

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Lake City.
Dr. Lennon reported on a week long
drip he took to Provincetown, Mass'
where he attended a seminar that : r
discussed foundations.
Litt Lennon pointed out that he learned jWh \ ,,
bout persons or organizations that t \
will make tax contributions to n : ;, ,,v
organizations such the local '" '
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guidance clinic. "They are tax deductible .' .: :' : o.. : l J

Lennon contributions recommended" Lennon that says.the :" '': ." : < : ( : ;:' ; ,:" ; : : : : There's something new in banking service and it's ideal for you-, I
Clinic board of directors study the ,! : p. : "'Sl.OOO in Savings." That's the name.and that's all you'll need. I

possibility over the next three to six "'C' ..DIRO' ..Pn./t."O, tr( :.1. : I : If you maintain a balance of just Sl.OOO in insured, f
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onths.referred President the Rev.proposal George to the L. . ..,. .1'. ...,., ..,'..,....d.. .;. ,,,, .' ....;('','.'',", .'\. ,.,.. ", ; savings account you'll earn daily Interest and enjoy Free, Checking t 1
clinic foundation committee con : !'R d dH '' ,:;.:: \\B:; r -no matter how many checks you write. You'll be saving money. '. '1 J

Isting of John Dlggs. chairman: : .., J.: ': : ; '<,>, ": ': ;/. : : ; ) while you're saving money and that's saving! 1 .,, ,1:: ., '" ft
Olivia Scott and John Marcus .. ;: :: ; ; ; ('i :; .tJ': : : /! ;( ,f;:;;; : ...
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If the winter of Wig was known as recorded IS Inches of rain during the residents obtain tan,meet Ugh electricity -
/The Big fressV the summer of N past week. New River and Louis Hill casts, or took refuge from the .
I960 should go down In history as EwgY towers st Highland recorded only A beat In community"cooling centers." n. long-se ... CRY .. Qu-c1l,1&reet, & and fond .... Square i.
"The Big BJasf. Vof. hot air.. ; Inch respectively; during the bopping center ware target .the week' the ;
'" some.lp The current' beat wave to the first Woman's! Flutsapsnaat s du 1 1f; ,17--AA<,IIfJIa.e.>! ti:
The'.mercury .herehas hit three- continuedto tort for many booming Sunbelt arm '

digit highs of Ito or above on 38 days 'Meanwhile plague more.Heatwave-ad than half of the U.S.r ''of conditioning their Dependency and hrlnklng on IaI'lHCaI..1r groundwater Starke Representatives. and Ot. partieliat4a Mtestl a'sbnsRb-teeM$eivE{. si te. r.=..group.. as*.the.the Garden City of .t

'.- '.. supplies. Tb effect of the hot, ...... tadyW eay>>>.at 1t annum. *s enUlae. work plans. for the. next \;
Wave dry speu could be moat serious for two weeks.. ':
June-. my Heat Is Mankind Changing U.S. J
where losses In
Brings 28 Days With Earth's Climate by livestock agriculture and crops are estimated to Volunteers tram JASP tJoit6goe AWrnate iervlce program>)> joined
volunteers from
r be well over f 1 button In Texas alone. the week teree laM......y. wMek... iLawley hecieded lilt
Over 100 .
Temperatures! ,Present Life Style CenwetUeal...... ";sad law"rw" '."from the Slull.Klw.
I The National Weather Service has ..." Club David McCssssees). SM Mlaer mad Jimmy; Crosby Jr.
Readings of 105 were recorded on Ju brought no hope for quick relief with Individual voliMivcn. iiicliieiow Juiijr.>!>.Patsy Lw***.Jobs H.Morris,
out of the test U, with an average 10; lot 6 and 7 and and combined with drought In Texas Its forecasts of still more' heat and little Kay Waters and lien 1J&aI i.liBifcMri| ham the W......'* Clllb and
mean high of 100 In dally readings several days had highs of 102 and 101. and five bordering states to create a rain into mid-August for an ever- the city street...........hsTw l*C'e..l l mer- Wilbur. Waters. < .areregulars
since June 1. major crisis. The Carter administration expanding area of the Midwest and on the Job. .
Adding to the discomfort of the pasts ordered nearly $7 million to be SoUth. The unprecedented conditions,
The high mark of 106 degrees was ven weeks was the scarcity of usual spent In six states-.Texas,Missouri. which have been blamed for more
reached on June 16-17 and July 14 at summer thundershowers although Arkansas, Oklahoma Louisiana and than*thousand deaths In the stricken
the Camp Blending weather station. Santa Fe fire tower on U.S. :301 Kansas-to help the poor! and elderly area are attributed to a stagnant "

high pressure system hovering over
the Gulf of Mexico. C' J Ie'"
EDITORIALSame .In'Robb..I 1.,T..ylorn.t.
Ever since spring rains spoiled the ...."" .,...SlMO:
I <: -'J: game-hunting forays -of prehistoricman ,.....; I

: : weather has been a chief topic
Old Refrain of conversation around the world. But
until modern times, the activities of
man did little or nothing to change Several insects and related peats" ,diameter/ and easily seen In short
matter for better or worse. are common In lawns In our area this mown grass or newly planted areas.

With a campaign poster the country from the Oval Of- statements as"large amountsof But now things have changed, with timed year. SInce: mole crickets have only one

showing him in western shirt fice. oil and natural gas lie man's pollution of the atmosphere Chinch bugs spiltlebugs and bar*, generation per year.nd moat nymphs
and cowboy hat-looking as beneath our land off our with his factories, his automobiles mudagrass mites suck plant Juices.: hatch during May It .is possible to
much like John But in spite of the easyontheears shores untouched" because of his overuse of water and even his. Some such as mole crickets: white prevent most Wayne as garbage disposal.! Opinions differ grubs and billbugs live in the soil and. later in the year by proper timing of
possible-Ronald Reagan the generalities of Mr. government controls. Many among the experts as to whether damage the plant roots. insecticide applications. In universityexperiments
late-blooming Republican has Reagan's speech and his good- persons, far'more expert In these manmade effects on theweather best results have been
finally realized I his dream of guy image in a western hat, it this field than Mr. Reagan, will plunge the world into Others Including sod webworms obtained by applying bait with a low
becoming a nominee for the is hoped that the voters will believe that, even with full another Ice age or rather steer It Intoa and armyworms eat the grassleaves. percentage of active Ingredient. It is
tropical millennium that will melt be added Important to apply baits evenly
demand more than window decontrol of prices there isn'tenough To these groups can very
White House. the polar Ice caps causing sea level to other Insects and related pests, such 1 over soil surface. Bafts should be applied
dressing in the coming cam- oil still in the groundto rise. with consequent flooding of much as fleas, earwigs millipedes chlg- as damage appears during July,
Reagan's predictable ac- paign. The bottom line Is what replace that which the U.S. of surface. len, sowbugs .na snails that do not August and September. Irrigate
speech bad nothingto lies behind these Innocuous Is obtaining overseas. damage the lawn but may become: before application and after applyingsprsys.
ceptance and whether Mr. A professor of geography at Indiana nuisances because of their biting people Do not irrigate after applying
: speeches,
offer In the way of new This is State University says the average Into houses baits.
Reagan is as naive in affairs Just one of the many or crawling garages
horizons world temperature has been
being mostly a dropping swimming pools,etc.
rehash of tried-and-true of government as his off-the- examples where Mr. Reaganhas slightly with a resumption! of the cooling Mole cricket baits. with various
"golden oldies" lifted from cuff statements sometimes read or heard a bit of in trend that began some 400 years Insects are only one of the manycauses amounts of active Ingredients of
suggest.In formation and incorporated it ago and was interrupted only late In of thinning out or off-color Sayl ft, Dursban Malatnlon or Tox-
of the
campaign speeches past into his with nodocuments the 19th century. areas in ra... Diseases, nematodes, aphene are available to homeowners.Be .
decade and designed to stay affairs it is speeches to weather and nutritional disorders sure to follow directions on the
foreign attempt
safely within the boundariesof easyto High above the earth, carbon dioxIde are frequently responsible for such In' label when applying Insecticides.FORESTRY.
rattle the sword and check his sources. Such off
proclaim : acts much like a one-way mirror
motherhood and apple pie. jury. It important to be sure of the
desire for American hand remarks unfair to forms
Such a are admitting or rejecting certain cause so the treatment can be
the proper
things as: impor-
military superiority in the him and to the American of energy. Light from the sun passes used promptly to correct the troublewithout
tance of the work ethic and
easily gas and strikes the of
world but Mr. Reagan has public. result the needless waste
attacks earth.The similar to what
stability hap
family ; on pesticides and without further
failed how he would
Big Government (but not, of explain All these pens In a greenhouse .Is that the damage to the.......
on Big Business) accomplish such a goal and at hip-shooting earth under Its protective cover JM tlAlPM. COUNTYBy
course ; the same time cut taxes. statements may do little or no becomes warmer. Most experts Most crickets live In the soil and
pledges to beef up the harm in domestic matters believe the greenhouse effect to be the feed on grass roots. The adults are :>>
military and high-sounding Pledges to beef up the but in foreign affairs in the dominant activity now taking place In about Mfc Inches long and light brownin Mark Fries
phrases like U.S. superiority military and hang tougher in complex Issues of war and the atmosphere.As color. The front legs are short and
In military might. with the Soviet Union stout and well adapted for tunneling
dealings the
peace especially earth's forest areas give way to through the lOll .iasamoaa
sound very reassuring on the are too sensitive to be left to agriculture and industrial development -
Although Mr Reagan's political stump but comes the Mr. Reagan's offhand conclu- billions of tons of vegetable The eggs are laid In the spring, ,The American Forestry AssQCiaHon. -
carefully phrased speech did .dawn and we face the reality r..iona 1\ and ,earsoothingslogans. matter are.burned producing more several Inches: below the soil surface. s. to which anyone can apply for
nothing) *to.a ".rociv the of how Mr. Reagan expects to .., 0 i carbon dioxide. Betweeri. 1900 and The nymphs hatch In1'approximately' :"."membership, sponsors1! unique and
....Republicanboat,' bis unsuccessful this while reduc- Itm. atmospheric carbon oxide Increased two weeks,'and look like the adults I except "'Interesting program? cbtacVfrilng
''and'somewhat abor- accomplish Hie Republican: i party would about ten percent and .Is projected they are smaller and lack;fully champion trees in the United States.
income taxes to double its 1900 level in
ing by thirty early
developed wings. The nymphs This organization keeps an up-to-date
tive last-minute doubtless fare better duringthe
President percent over a three-year the next century. This Is expected to develop throughout the summer and social register of Big Trees which
sign up former period. forthcoming campaign if raise temperatures' several degreesand fall. The followingsongare lists the largest known tree for over
Gerald Ford as his the king-makers left the Increase rainfall as much as mature and ready to lay eggs. There 700 species found in the United States
mate, may have create Perhaps as a hangover from speeches seven-percent. By the year 2000 theearth's Is only one generation per year.
doubt in the minds of some the days when he shot from presidential nominee George average temperature will be At last count Florida led all states
higher than at time in the
I any Adult mole crickets are readily attracted except Hawaii with champion
concerning Reagan'sdecisiveness the hip in western movies, Mr. Bush while Mr. Reagan con- millennium and will still be rising. to lights especially In the trees. '
and his appreciation Reagan sometimes shoots tinued his posturing in cowboy during their mating flights. Mostof spring
of the realities of running from the cuff in such hat and boots. A global temperature Increase of their life, however, spent in the Bradford County has one championtree
Just a few degrees could radically of drought..cold listed. This u a Myrtle Dahoon
alter much of the weather we now During burrow deeper untilfavorable located approximately S miles northwest
consider normal. An. average { temperatures moisture of Cawley. The tree is 67 Inches -
I I Detroit's Dilemma worldwide warming of two to three are reached. -, in circumference at 4 1/2 feet

degrees could mean acco ding to above ground level,46 feet tall, and it
12 degrees at the poles, to Mole crickets are most active at has a crown spread of 35 feet. Compared
dentists. Polar Ice would melt and night especially after a rain or Irrigation to many trees these

I When in trouble, the tendency Right now the U.S. vite retaliation in other trade sea feet level Boats could could rise be more launched' than from 200 and when the temperature Is measurements small, but might this be considered

is for everyone from automotive industry is the areas. the rooftops of many Inland cities above 70 degrees F. When conditionssuch fairly lea rarely approaches such particulars large
farmers to Industrialists to champion at clinging to the and most of Florida would be under as these exist, they will come to size. .
turn to the federal govern- past.' Such protectionism could do water. the surface and make burrows In the ;,

ment for help., It is only to the American auto industry upper Inch or two of soil. Damage .la 'All persons finding champion trees
natural, therefore, that the American auto makers what happened many years Although the earth's last major primarily through feeding on the have the distinction of having their

U.S. auto industry, spinning were admittedly slow in ago to shipbuilding in both the homes glaciers about crept 10 thousand back to their polar a roots but their burrowing loosens the names placed in'the Big Tree
wheels in its most serious responding to the energy U.S. and Great Britain. Ex- "little ice age" grasped the years northern soil sometimes causing the become grass to dry out and .Register.

trouble since the depression of crisis and the changing tastesof perience has shown that any hemisphere between the years 1550 .The meandering completelyuprooted. burrows of For those of you who might be In-
the 1930's. would seek federal consumers who started form of protectionism tends to and 18 O. Alpine glaciers. moved mole crickets are about \.I" m. terested the largest tree in the United
demanding smaller toward cities, and grain sown at high States .lea Giant Redwood In
dollars as the easiest way out more stretch out the use of obsolete altitudes refused to growing
of the economic,mire. fuel-efficient transportation. factories, and prolong the use ripen. .California called the General Sher

Finally but a bit too late of obsolete methods of production In 1850 the climate began to scientist says""If the cooling (trend of, estimated man Tree.600.000 This board tree feet contains of wood an

Though federal funds might they have started producing which should have been moderate but the warming trend the 1940s and 1070s ls maintained Into .-TOilet an Idea as to how big this is,.it
provide the quickest relief to the kind of cars that will compete abandoned years ago. peaked In the 1940s and the decades of the 19801.00 '90s, we shall tee more "1 would take around 50 acres of well-.
the immediate problem it is with the popular Toyotas cooling since that time have led many bad harvests more' crop failures, stocked pine sawtlmber here in
doubtful that the stimulus Hondas, and other importsthat Other: than doling out people to believe the warming trend more hunger" and probably more .. riorida-to match the volume in this

they provide would be a permanent have helped Japan over- dollars Cor' a continuance of was only temporary. One English famine.. one tree.

cure for conditionsthat take the U.S. as the world's "business as usual," the 'KLOPA DirectorsWillMeetAug.2 One reason the world may be getting : Florida
have been building for largest producer of government could play con- colder .is that man fills the air The Division of Forestry
.has set aside 2600 for
more than a decade.A automobiles.In structive role In helping with millions of tons of solid enthusiasts In acres the WlthlacoocheeState motorcycle
the U.S. auto industryto pollutants which some scientists
return Forest
near Brooksvllle. Known
much better believe to reflect much of the
approach to spite of political a competitive position serve .as Prttt enbach Mines (an old mining
At Civic sun's back
the energy into : thus
problem would be to do the pressures in a campaign year. through tax rebates for Invest- making the earth colder.space The recent area>)>, this. mostly uphill and downhill

: necessary things to bring the President Carter has thus far ment modern plants and eruption of Mount Helen could .have !area AA,truly "dirt biker's",dream.
automobile industry up to the stood firm in refusing, to limit the retraining and 'resettlement 150 members and guests attended such an effect. In 1813. the Tambora\ All drivers
standards of modern and efficient the covered dish supper sponsored volcano In Indonesia erupted violent'! age are legal on recreational
competition by of 'auto ,industry by the Klngsley Lake property >> vehicles on the motorcycle
ly sending tons of microscopic ash In-
operation that would placing quotas or other workers. It that the Owners Association last Saturday to the air. In the northern latitudes area.TbIa Is a matter of law and was
make it capable of meeting Im- appears In the Civic Center. In the 1973
restrictions on Japanese constructive and night Special 1816 became known as the approved Legislative Session. -
the foreign competition that ports. A presidential task most guests at this. time were candidatesfor without a summer. The year It enables families with children
threatens its very existence.As force appointed to study the progressive' course for the Clay County offices In the upcoming temperature dropped three average degrees below the age of legal licensing to use
take is not to the
to In area.
government September primaries. In En.land. Frost appeared III ,
one economist put it: auto industry's problems con- concern Itself with saving old cumbents as well as newcomers on month In Canada.na the eastern.very U.S
/'The U.S.; needs an cluded that holding Japanese in old out-dated factories the political scene,were Introducedby ,Accordingly the motorcycle set-
imports to last year's levels jobs KLPOA vice president Jack cllmatoIogUts aside area has rules, among which is,
automotive Although most
? industry. But it but to help in developing new agree
RuUedge and given a chance to"mix a provision that riders must purchase
would restore some 100,000 that the natural weather trend .Is
can no longer afford in modernized industries. and with their one, |2.064
Lake a ,
a annual
U.S. but cautioned thatit jobs mingle" Klngsley of cooling, their collective concernlafor permit or a $3 oo temporary -
jobs -
backward .
and constituents.
inefficient one. ,precinct an earth that could become too permit to use the Buttgenbach
f The problem is all the graver would also feed inflation by The monthly health clinic will be hot. The prime concern .Is that area. ,
American held Monday July 28, in the Civic .
forcing consumers
because the industry itself has Resorting to protective all may disrupt sn extremely -'
Center starting at 9 at which Modern facilities
additional billionin a.m. camping are
to an $1
been too slow in pay measures would continue to fragile J and
discarding old time various health services and tests that available on a 40 acre site which' Include
I factories and in building new higher prices for both penalize the American con- will be available to all residents of the distribution about to system m.lntaln.the now showers. electrical hook ups
.ones which could produce Japanese and domestic cars. sumer by forcing him to pay Klngsley Lake community. status quo.' barbecue! grills a picnic shelter and; 1
New tariffs If enacted would unreasonable for an Crd Wilson president of KLPOA. sewage facilities..
modem more efficiently.'American an price Even the experts are not sure which;:
the financing cooperation for the civic
also violate the should trend In .
longstandingU.S. inefficient which weather Is going '
industry once took car center, has called a meeting of the Z7one The This faculty,the first on public land
commitment to free never have been produced in board of directors: for 10 a m. Saturday thing-Is sure. presentscale In the state, has been called by many
pride pioneering the future. trade and would likewise In- the first place. ,Aug.2,at the civic center.Finan- Including of human agriculture activity,mining on the, earth;,, the n-t motorcycle area of Its type
cial plans and budget for the forthcoming energy la the United Steles.
consumption pollution massive
year will be discussed at this. Itructlon projects and the destruction con' "

?; 7 ll ?t time.of Moles. The Erd board vice Wilson of president KLPOA president' ;.Is Ann composed; Milton Hill. pete of.with forests It to change possible have phenomena the our that ability weather our to grandchildren com pat'terns. ..ndUltlm.tely

Sarah Torode
''I ,secretary George; Llndley, Gordon, treasurerand Perkins/ climatically may very live different in a world from that the la:

IIL Clayton Strickland Margaret '
present one. although one can accurately Sunlight psnetrstetthe
Thorns" A, Edison received/ his last patent when he wag_SI. Edna Brown Morse E.L.and Matthews BUI Edwards.Bill Peters predict whether.. It will. be. ocean, to e depth
better or worse. .f about Goo fa It.F.F .

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July 2t.MS TELEGRAPH .PagalAladyd

Cynthia Ann Gornto

Bryan L. Woodie I

To Wed Sept. 27 '

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Page Gornto' ffcciatSocUty Ride" "
+ of Live Oak announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of :
their daughter,Cynthia Ann,to Bryan
Linley Woodie of Eglin Air Force Wool '
Base,son of Mrs. Elaine.Walls of Y T./- /1- ,' ,
Rlverdale Ga. .
The wedding; { ; Is planned for Sept. 27 64100y96476q& /fly #Ze- f/'eUA '

at 12 noon at Eglin AFB Chapel .
Miss Gornto u a graduate of Brad-

ford High School; Army JROTC for .'
three years; was superior cadet and 1P IV" a or...Is 0449 9" da""ait \
- - - - - -
received military order of World
Wars Medal and Is now an Airman

first class In the Air Force. Novis Patray -
Mr. Woodie graduated from
Jonesboro Senior High School, Shower HonoreeMiss :

ybl belonged to Science Club, Political oil It a Novis Patray. whose marriage ;!
Science. Beta Club, AF ROTC, three to Gary Salsman was an erect
years,Drill team,color guard CMDRof of July 19,was honored two partiesin I
Saber team and Is now an Airman the past week. ,- 1

first class In the USAF., On Monday night July 14, a bridal P[

shower was !given for Miss Patray at I L
the home of Mrs. W. Jackson in ''
Valerie Pabst, Roy .
Theressa by friends. \y yA
Brad CarterTo .I' .t yellow and green color motif was .:
: Wed August 9 carried out in the centerpiece of roses
'J N. x and mums on the refreshment table
l : ,-
Miss Valerie Jean Pabst daughter
which was covered with a soft yel1-
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paba* damask cloth. The cake was
of Jacksonville and Brad soilof
Carter, decorated with green and yellow
Mr. and Mrs. Marie Carter, Jr. of leaves and doves for Peace and
Starke will be united In sugar
marriage Happiness. Greenery and yellow
14 Saturday evening, August 9, at 8 p.m. ,t ) Z J 1 mums encircled the punch bowl. t
at the First Baptist Church of Starke Y 5 Frosted green compotes held minis I
with a reception following at the and nuts. i
Starke Woman's Club. and Barbara
Games were played
All friends and relatives are cordially Reddish and Barbara RanJon won the
invited to attend.
k, wg1UHNiNIl prizes.
The hostesses presented the

The Orie WigginsTo honoree with a food processor as a
memento of the occas"
Celebrate Thirty.guests attended between.the)

'50th AnniversaryIn l I' hI hours 7 and 9 p.m. .
Mr.a nd Mrs.Gary Dean Sabrnaa ?\ ,

honor of the Golden Wedding Anniversary -> I I .. ..... .... ..
Novis Patroy and Gary Salzman of Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wig-
Local Residents Beat the Heat Wif To AlaskaMr. j
gins, their sons and daughters requestthe Trip Mrs. James E.: Starling and
pleasure of your company at a daughter,Janna gave a bridal showerfor
Wed July 19 in Keystol1e'HeightsNovia reception Sunday, August S, from 2 to .and Mn. Thorn H. Slade and Mm. Evelyn S. Sinclair, all of Starke pic-: Miss Patray on Tuesday June IS
S p.m. in the Starke Woman's Club. lured above, were among those who returned recently from an Alaika/Canada at their home on Market Road.
Marlynn Patray, daughter of Alachua and Julie Lawrence of West The family request no gifts! please. cruise aboard the ROYAL, VIKING STAR. Norwegian-Hag Royal Viking Line The refreshment tablewes covered
Mr. and Mrs.Arthur Bryan Patray of Palm Beach. Jodi Mikell of Toccoa hip. The 14-day round trip cruise departed San Francisco and Los Angeles for with a white damask cloth and,
Toccoa Falls Ga and Gary Dean Falls and Cathy Sepich of Raleigh, calls at Victoria Juneau Skagway. Sltka, Prince Rupert and Vancouver. centered with a watermelon shell filled
Salzman, son of sir.: and Mr*. Dave N,C. were junior bridesmaids.The attendants Felix Sapps .Journey' end was at San Francisco and Los Angeles. Also In the Slade party with fresh fniit. The cake.was
Salzman of Toccoa, Ga., were united wore light blue chiffon To Celebrate50th were Mrs.N.K.Hunt and Mn. Eugene Beasley of Indianapolis,Ind.and Dr.and decorated with doves and gold'rings
In marriage Saturday ChurchtIn gowns with white flowers over blue Mrs. Richard Taylor of Jacksonville. and punch was served from a crystal
p.m. at Friendship Bible satin skirt trimmed with lace. They Anniversary bowtThe
Keystone Heights. carried silk carnation arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. 'Felix Sapp will Barbara Chamberlain Paints For Children In Okinawa hostesses gave the honoree a
Rev. Richard Hoover of Orlando bridesmaids wore white celebrate their golden wedding an- covered butter dish to her china pat
and Rev.;.Ralph Godwin of Keystone floor dresses with blue ribbons niversary on Sunday.August 3,from 3 American graffiti Is showing dailyat of anima icting alphabets shaped tern and a cook book as a memento of
Heights performed the ceremony. and carried baskets of silk daisies. to S p.m. at their home, 838 RaifordRoad. the Pediatric Wing of the Naval like heroes.. comic book stars and the occasion.' I
Cente- -'the altar were two tall They all wore pale blue silk flowers in Regional Medical Center at Camp super Barbara claims she is Julie Starling assisted. In serving
baskets of .mixed summer flowers their hair. The family request no gifts please. Kuwae, Okinawa, with drawings by not a professional artist but lust likes 1
with branched candelabras with bur- A reception was held in the church All friends and relative are invitedto Barbara Chamberlain. to dabble every once In a while. Using
ning tapers'and greenery in the Fellowship Hall. Sheryl Jackson the attend. Barbara with husband Jim the paint-by-numbers method Barbara Pamela Joiner
background. bride's aunt, the bride's book. Chamberlain of Lawtey have been sketched drawings while friends
Both mothers lit candles on either The bride's table and groom's table Miss Linda Haas- living in Okinawa for tine past two painted in the colors. The paintings Roy B. PadgettTo
side of the unity candle at the beginning were both covered with lace cloths years, She is dictation transcriber at have taken a lot of lunch hours but Wed October
of the service. > over blue taffeta...The bride's table Mark Trimpey NRMC. Barbara has transformedwhat Barbara doesn't mind In the least, Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Brooks of
Beth two solos. was centered with a four tiered cake To Wed July 26 was once bare walls into murals when you see the appreciative eyes of the engagement of
children Lawtey announce
the makes feel In-
Hughes it good
Daniel \ Keystone Heightswas over a water fall layer. Suzanne .
Miss Linda Haas and Mark side. their daughter, Pamela Carol&Joiner
best man. Groomsmen were Gaasett and Adrienne Denmark cut will be united in Levi Whittles. to Roy Padgett son of Mr.
Trimpey Chamberlain who Is civil
Mr. a service -
and Mark Salzman, brothers of the cake. The groom's table was
Larry of
and Mrs. M. Padgett
28 at 3 at ChristCommunity
Saturday July p.m. Dinner Hosts fireman, and Mrs. Chamberlain
the groom and Caleb Good,all of Toc centered with a three tiered chocolate Starke. ,
Church 6202 N. Rimes in ,
the States
to return to
coa. Ring bearer was Dusty Rollins of cake with chocolate rose decorations Mr and Mrs. Levi! Whittle were expects The wedding Is planned for October6It
loUowinaiKihe .
with. vlail..and..bouId
Axel.Tampa, reception for
r c.14l1lrC4l'J"L; ';;'"v'I, / ; t f0i :.A W ,teF1'pli.byrJ1eW} Fatrsyj and church) Fellowship Hall.,. rKbsfsH H reNeattal d atWMfttern jSeptembec a at A&Pfcrk Baptist CI rblUo" I
,. FPb for.ggod9pJ (! ; .
Tft brit a .fans 0411 Steak House on Thursdayjxight.July u.r: IIFNp.i .4a,7 ,ithdgettlare
1Ir. I
bon, 'r e wo yl ttJnIi aaomvri f rierids and relative invited Steer "','''flUlIPiMindlRedd 3Yfr
'scoopneckedinol bodice wUh.cUf- v* Presiding Jfti the. 'punchbowl were to. ,All attend. are. 17, for their son. Raymond andfiancee ha. ''W'ch' t',-<$El.u:1N: 'graduates,.of.;Bradford.Higr.
fon overlay with seven tiers of lace Lori Baker and Lori Sayers. Pam Underbill following the School. i ii
trimmed ruffles over white satin hoop The couple will make their home in '. wedding rehearsal. Celebrates 7th r
skirt. She wore a lace trimmed hat ,Houma, La., where the groom is Cathy Shoenlng, The U-shaped table was centered .
with short train to top ruffle with lace employed by Hope Contractors. with an arrangement of silk pastel BirthdayChad i ---
appli She carried a lace fan with Present at the wedding were four 1 Scott Hicks Jr. colored flowers and the side tables Welch celebrated his seventh
pale blue'silk orchids and white babys generations on the bride's side: To Wed July 31 held a garland of greenery interspersed birthday Saturday afternoon at a I Wanted To Rent

b Ethan Sapp of New River, great Ann Schoenlng and Earl with pastel pompoms. poolside= party given by Miss Ginger j jI
Miss Marsha Kay Patray attended grandfather Louise Ward of Starke, Catherine Jr.will be united In marries Among the 36 guests were the Jones and Mrs. Charlotte Jones at the B Furnished apartment,
her sister maid of honor. Other attendants .- Mr. and Mrs Scott Hicks. their and out- Welchon ,1
as great grandmother, July 31, at 6 at .honored couple parents home of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick. ,
were Donna Fillmon of W.R. Ward, grandparents, of Starke Thursday, p.m.with a of-town guests: Ernest Cowart and Johns Drive. cottage or trailer on own
Keystone Heights Debbie Fesgle of and Mrs. Nora Wilkinson of Keystone' St. Edward's Catholic in the church Buford Whittle, the groom's grandfather -. The Jungle Book theme was carriedout 'lot'close in to Starke.
Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Salzman of reception following and uncle from Nocatee. Fla.. in the decorations with matching I
New York,the groom's grandparents. Fellowship Hall.and relatives are Invitedto William Ebersole, uncle, from table cloth and balloons. Retired. Mr. and Mrs.
Gayle Shuford The bride is a 1979 graduate of All attend.friends Gainesville and Mrs.Thelma Warrenof The 22 little friends enjoyed a hot B Gunther,. Box 503 or ate
Luncheon HonoreeMiss Keystone Heights High School. The Avon Park.presented dog cookout and games. between the
groom is a 1978 graduate of Stephens the dinner the couple hours 2 and 4 p.m. Magnolia Hotel, Starke.
Gayle Shuford was honored at County High School Ga. GordonAddisonreunion gifts to their attendants. Assisting were Mrs. Janice Jones 7/24 1 tpd.e .
a luncheon Saturday given by Mn. and Mrs. Judy McLeod. I :
Charles Darby at her home on Bes- planned lllpslailt4iSIN 'I
sent Road. Grjffis! Reunion The annual Gordon and Addison. Old You,Know............ .

Arrangements of hydrangeas were Saturday, Aug. 2 .family reunion will be held Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. ;Aubrey Hazen of I'
used to highlight points of interest. in Lakeside Community Gainesville were Saturday visitors of '
The Griffis family reunion will be August 3,at the
the party rooms. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
Center in Lake Butler. ,
The two luncheon tables were held Saturday,August 2,from 12 noon "
Please attend and bring a picnic
'til at the Raiford Community CenterIn
covered with embroidered cloths and Mrs. Al -Mercer and children] of
Raiford. lunch. #18880 4 Reg. 219" For Trimming or General Use. .'
centered with of
arrangements will be furnished Tavares arrived last Friday for
yellow, white and orchid pompoms. :Families are asked to bring: any information Eating utensils several) days visit with their mother With Purchase Of HAHN RIDER Below
Place cards marked the seating arrangement they have on the family Mrs. Ida Lee Plummer and Mr. and
for the nine guests which tree;' covered dish; children'sathletic Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
included Mrs. George Shuford and equipment soft ball horseshoes Mrs..W.J. Frick returned Monday
Mrs. Lois Carter, mother and grandmother etc.; family bible.. after 10 days visit with her son and Mrs. Ewell Lawson returned last RIDE A HAHN TIGER TO MOW *
Several gospel groups will be per AZ1 and Mrs. Rick Frick in
of the honoree and Mrs. Octa- family Friday from a weeks visit with Mrs
vian Nicula, mother of the prospective forming. Chicken "perlo" will be Pace, Fla. She attended the home Janie Henderson in Hampton S.C. YOUR TALL GRASS..
groom.. served.If show of the Blue Angels and their and Mr. and Mrs. John Langford in .
The hostess presented the honoree you :are a Griffis or Griffis yearly celebration. Barnwell, S,C. -
with a silver tray embossed with her related, you are welcome and.invitedto e The'hahn Tigers Steer.Thru Tall

''wedding' Invitation as. a. memento of attend. J1'3 Grass Like A Sports Car,
the occasion. For more Information call JeromeC.

Mrs. Darby was assisted In serving Griffis Starke, 964-5682 or J,D. e The Ftoat.nj Front Axle Lets I 1

by Mrs. Mark Hodges. Griffis, 431-1373, Raiford. WE'RE THERE WHEN Yog Mow Over Uneven'Terrain,

''II It! ADK Members e The Rapped. All Gear 3

Miss Sandra Darley Attend Conference YOU NEED US'f Speed Transaxls Has A1 \
J Luncheon Honoree f ii"ii"I 2 ,Yr. Limited Warranty .
Alpha Delta Kappa Gulf States Il
" Miss Sandra Darley, bride-elect: Regional Conference was held July 14 I I' 'I I x'41// tti w : Rear Engine for Better
',was complimented at a bridesmaid's through 17 at. Jacksonville Hilton : I' k kI I : 1, Traction, i r\\
luncheon Saturday given' by Mrs. Hotel.
Lester Crews Mrs. Betty Ann Alpha Gamma chapter of Starke '- e Heavy Duty-One Piece'
I (
Crawford and Mrs. Robert M. Autry' was in charge of the archives display. J t. Construction Frame':
: at the home of the latter in.Country Members ,attending were Jeanne to.' .
\ Club Estates. Loper, Sandra Duncan, Brenda Farnsworth { POWER EQUIPMENT Prices Start at 1144"Check ,, ,'I'
., Mrs. Crawford served champagne Becky Dobbins, Eddie Joyce drr -' FINANCING Our Sale Prices On Our Entire k

; punch in the family room, ..- the ,Sexton.Gladys Thomas. Lucile Johns I AVAILABLE -- Mower Lines u I
, -
guests arrived. and Eugenia Whitehead. Agnes
The' three dining tables were Robertson one of the co-founders of To3ulitid' Customer'

covered with cutwork cloths and Alpha Delta Kappa was present. for
I centered with arrangements of yellowand the entire conference. 1 -s s. IH
h V't
white pompoms. a 50?% MALATHION
,: _
The included the bride- Y
eight guests
Miss Beatrice Cady has been admit GRANULES
{ mother Mrs. Darley'and
elect's ,
I Ralph
ted to the Green' Cove Springs
the prospective) groom mother ,,' 1
Ceriatlc Home. CONTROLFLEAS Kiin Fleas- rinks aril*: :
)In. Lucile Cauley
Cnmen Bug*& More,, ,
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the ON PETSDirections
The hostesses presented
Mrs. Lila Caldwell and :Mn. Lila
with in her )1'f' ( with all the rs_ .:y MI-VI8LO Brand wi
honoree a place setting Rae Yawn visited Mrs. Esma Yongue Ready to help urrmge-; On Sag Cover ,' 48
f chosen china pattern as a memento of in the home in Ocala Sun ; <<, .*.*... Label ; /
.the occasion. nursing on inents duiing this(! troubled ; sq. n nee t,?sr #
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Schoening trtra1l t I

Shower Honoree i
Mina Catherine.Scfaoenfang.Jab Lynn: Stewart ',
31st brtde-ctect of Scott Ificks.Jr.
was.honored at a bridal dower Tuesday and
.- ng. July U. & by
members of Edward's Altar SocieQr : Steven Fuqua
; in the parish halLTtMt
gift table was covered with awhile
unen Thtfh The refreshment
table which: held lime punch. aUs.
sandwiches.cookies and candies... Wed June 28
oo.aed with IIIUhkioIond cloth
r + a :
with appropriate shower emblems.Mr .
Special gueats for the occasion were ., inSacramento t

.. Lucille Henman. grandmother Mr.and Mrs.James CrawsariSelma >
of the bride-elect and her cousin, ,
JoIrs.Pat StaufJer.Un. .
XX Richard COBS assisted at opening Shouppe. Cal.
4; gifts.Mrs. James Crawford.
.Joseph Cissy was in charge: of Wed July 4 '
arrangements for Ibis i affair.
Mrs. Nancye: Comae of Starlet and 'cat,
Vinme L.Sbouppe Ocala amour Mr.aad Mrs.Steven F"-
w + the marriage< of their daughter.
Robyn Bryant Selma Louiese Shouppe to James Ray The rase garden at McKinley Park and babies breath. .
141, Celebrates 11th Crawford, son of Mrs. Edna Ray in Sacramento.Calif..was the setting A reception followed at the home of
Birthday Crawford and the late James Harold for the marriage of Lynn Ann Stewart Mrs. Marian Parker. mother of the
Crawford,also of Starke on July 4 at 4wards and Steven Bran Fuqua. son of Mr. bride.
Robyn Kelli Bryant oldest [the home of the brides on Ed and Mrs. Charles Kenneth Fuqua of The bride's table was covered with
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Road John B.Curies uetfmm- Starke,on Saturday.June 28,at 10:30 a pink oval linen cloth over a long I
Bryant, celebrated: her 11th birthday ed the nuptials. white linen liner and was centered '
Friday evening. July 11. at a wienerroast The bride was given in marriage by a.m.Performing the ceremony was Rev. with a three tiered pillared cake topped
for her friends followed by a her father.A Frank Durksen. with an arrangement of white
slumber party afterwards for a few small reception followed with Jimmy and Michael Cissy of daisies.
girlfriends at their home on SR 16 E. close friends and relatives attealli &-. Sacramento.: sons of Mr.and Mrs.Joe After the reception the bride and
Games were played and prizes Out-of-town guests were Mr.and Mrs. Gissy of Slarke were best men. groom flew to Starke to spend two
awarded to winners Lance Wiggins Sydney W. Keeney of Tampa, sister Mrs.Gail Maahs.sister of the bride weeks with the groom's parents?Mr.
and Kelbe Kitchens. Wieners were and brother-in-law of the bride and was matron of honor and Jeanne Martin and Mrs. Kenneth Fuqua. While here
roasted by each guest to make their Mr.and Mrs VA.Shouppe of Ocala.: served as maid of honor. they toured several points of interestin
meal of holdings chips and Cokes. The bride wore full length white the surrounding area.
Cake was served to the IS guests Did You Knovf........... lace gown with long sleeves and she They returned Sacramento on July
after swimming and more games wore garnish of a pink rose bud and 16 where they will reside, as they
were played Mr.and Mrs. Perry Vellenga of SL white daisies in her hair.She earned both attend the Sacramento State College
Petersburg were weekend guests of a bouquet of pink rose buds and white and Steve is employed part time
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Vellenga. daisies with background of green fern as a waiter at Aldo's ReBlauranl.SWITCH .

11I'....MrsB..oatL.Fade TOEVERYDAY

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Faulkner

Celebrate 35th AnniversaryA

honoring Mr. and Mr*. The fivettiered white cake was trimated -
L.Fanamer: oa tbar JSth Wed- in peach and yellow roses androsebuds. A j
fang Anniversary was held Sunder. It was topped with an ar- AND
Jane 2*. at the Rufa Comment';, rangeaient of peach silk rosebuds and
center Btcphanotis. white lace and satin nobans. .
Mrs. Pauline Faulkner aster-.;..... The cake was surrounded by
tow of the couple greened Casts at peach aDd white carnations and EVEMYTHlnO' WE SELL HAS A FRESH
the door and directed then t. die acparacos fema.The cake was flanked -
guest register where Mrs. Sola by three branch: candelabra with MONEY ; ,CARD ,
Roberts. niece of the couple coca: colored tapers.Nuts were served YELLOWCORN .
registered the guests.The table held a fron crystal pedestal dish 7behhndsande R.A"P.ES .
White AeaIIIer ftICII'Ier' embossed willaa aunt patties were white GUARANTEE'
floral design mat was adorned with aaoT centered with tiny peach .
a permanent! airaugemeat of peach rnmrmls and tiny green leaves.They
and ,hrnnnr rues and day lilies ia a were served in a nutrtung crystal
brass customer. pedestal dub. Mrs. Irene Faulkner OF kl
The guests Otea went through the and Mrs.Mary Lou WStriiaoo,smers-in- .
ruiiiinrfciir whKb...composed dllr. law of the couple, presided over the
and Mr. Faulkner and Mn. cake table.
Ruby Yarbrough. smother of Mn.
PsmThepmcli. Mrs. Sharon Brady. niece of the 6 EARS7.ge
conplr. opened and displayed the
:: table was covered wok
wtau sana data and bad a white lace many beaia'aftil and useful gilts Mr. '
and Mrs. FavMaaer recerradTstandsof -
owuIt was cents eel with a
crystal punch bowl with peach catered fera vcr placed at otter end of u ,.,,9 l003.9"" 'r.
umch The punch= bowl vac aor- the gift table and around the room. in J... ,
rounded by perch and while earsatxns Miss Mary Faulkner Mr. LB

s..j and..-asparagus aDd man,s..aa torn. Mrs.FauliaMr4 Songs! Faalkaers. sister and Mrs.Mrs.Mildred LenaieFaaUaer. :. Del Monte : SAVE 10- A LB SAVE 20. A LB
ineoes of !the mint.-.erHlHaW of the coupleOutcftonra
couple, served the
served. as floor hostesses. :: CATSUP : .t.
; ] D'I; hot-i. l'a-'i
The cake table was mweied with ann guests were from ._ ...
$Av -w .
JackMoville, Lake City. Callahan. PAN..neat MVt a. Fite"FLOw1DA .An IV A...AU.sae
"' satin cover and a white ..laceeterlsy net
It Ft. White, L' and. Starke. and 32o. 5 9 MVs .
Clusters of peach and white carn = err 1M r41I IARIRV.erect sAV. w.rmw JUIET save..clod rvQ.t1S .
imo>, asparagus tern and white nto- lake Butler.Approximately 250: were : : .Bread( iuA.rAan. 2/*1" Fla. Umes. 12/59 Fresh Radishes 14
:tan s mrauajirally placed at the front invited to attend between the appointed : AW....7On"Gain .
umars'ana omuer-fcroat of toe rabie.'P'. hours of JIGS p.m. AW M- sera emit I u IHAY "sass-aim went
-S. = .$S. Food Bar. ,99
: is Angel Mushrooms . 1M Cauliflower. '
""" wgMMDDM .Is....47. Min**.ta. cm Mirror none Mil.... aoasrleA,99'0
Dionn Yawn. .. 9 rxciuozo! ''An''' MM JAB MT
3/ t
Glenn MullinsSet Rolls, Slaw or Salad.PKO.49 Planters Peanuts. *149LIBBY'S

Wedding Date
l8k r
Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn of Starke and HANOVER
J Judge Theroa.Yawn of Gainesville CORN PANTRY PRIDE LOWPUNCH
announce the engagement and approaching WHOLE KU/'IUOII' CBXAM atilt FLAKED PORK & BEANS
marriage of their
daughter. Laura Dunne to Glenn 3 $1 DETERGENT 40
Wesley MuUins. ion of Dr. and Mn. 1701'' COFFEE
Robert S. Mulhns of Starke. CAMS 130& SAO BY COLGATE 4' 140a $1
The wedding will take place Sept.5 SAVE 24GENERIC -

,>* y txY Starke.All in the.First Presbyterian Church of $ 9

friends and relatives are invited FOOD 21 199 ;;
4*. to attend. -_ 84os
An 41*.3 .. wsa BOX .

Did You Know._....... Dressing..86 "r. SAVE 30- SAVE 20MVlaM .

./M W am.
Ar Mrs. R.M.. Lee returned to her
: home in Wilton. Conn on Saturday SAUCE . 49473MK
___ after five weeks visit with her _a*r Arms OUT ant COLA o* Moe err.ar

-l parents. Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Dowling. JUICE . -119 1- R.C. Cola. .auTE.99e l'Iestea INSTAIn'' TtA.199
aw a Sr. and brother-in-law and sister. Mr. .
...be..u&a" AVC nif cr. MV ar i0r auarrraR
and Mrs. E.M. Long. Mr. Dolling C -.AaTav aban
TEA BAGS. I17'* Cheez-11..cRAateas..59
was transferred from Bradford County Peanut Butter. "I89AMI
.AVC JMT.2_ "WE N'.Nr sosises Os .
Hospital after five weeks confinement trI_and O.MNIATtlllCMarshmallows
to a nursing home in Green Cove VEGETABLE ou.89* "I" viasic Dills .99 {8fi3/l
Springs following a stroke. AW r.ar JOM K>V IMMWMneiDill
Chips . 99* 'l
CAT Carpet Scent. .99
r mr *r r mr mr mr mr m mr mr m r mS mr mr fS* 1 i
ma-CAM POIII(5 MP.sew wear JA..a.au.wants
Now Appearing at Campbells .1IIArI8. 371 Ubb '. Beets .271

The Back Door Lounge LBS 25 VEGETABLE KRAFTBARBQ 281 8Q. FT.


46 W4t '1Inungtr MACAROrtl.2/.8ge99.SAVE An so i".'oar i LB HUEOVEGETABLES aesow. BTL Mo 41\* $"|L 79 1..4t69 l 9 7e

29 49 10111101

'nave vr-n-muwmooHS om HEAT DELMONTE' err seat O>HIOUMra MUTT s.aar Cuss

; 1 SAUCEc.p"GHnm8ge. ( *>- SMALL PEAS Bar.IJ.Q'Sauee.119 Root Beer 11'5111) -149
Mn 1- 2O CT.M OAUOK iM_.s aaiJ.OY.Os.ta

J TRASH BAGS. 169 '*275 17oz Kraft Jelly . 75* Luvs Diapers. ,, *279ISWUOIMIMMMKMAMa
MVK XT'4 llOtl 49 _

i iarut4trs BATH suE. ,. 77 CAN Kraft Preserves. .'I29 .Luvs Diapers. .279
.AiMIJ sarneA.s "MAMMMWMAauLuva
*&* :
TOTAL. 12se
) -' :"t1.I: .1' Kraft Topping .1OT Kraft Jelly .. 83* Diapers. '.. -279 .

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Girl Scout News I H I 111111 1111111 IT ) ITI Il 1(1 T JLI1I1I11 e I

toe largest in 'key" Congratulations to those elected nont, Pamela Zurfluh, Tasher Allen, .
by Carolyn fcaves". Itl" history. The to Tess Allen Shannon Abrans LaShan et
staff was excellen and Camp Council. Representing the
.pfconi>M4-MlI we surely 'LaShan Candice
Hampton, Butler
were proud of the hew Seniors who' Brownies was Beth McKinney,'Junior
Roberta, Angela Ball, Maria Thomas,
NeyaU Day Camp were so dependaljle and Fly-Up was Kim Dukes, Juniors was t
After a Blow aUrt the cam end bbee.tog outstanding job of assisting the Unit Maria Thomas and Cadette Charlene Sabrina Smith Sarah Smith Michelle Nicole
Garcia Cheryl Lynn Moss
one of the beat ever.There Leaders.The Cadetlu earned badges Sutton.
were 48
Palin, Brandt Barrett,Ericka Gruen,
scouts attending,which made It one of and a challenge, ;the Juniors also Attending camp was Valerie Randolph Alisha Gruen, Allison Denmark, Don-
earned badges and! the Brownies' Terricene Kittle, Emily Ann
Younts Theresa Baldwin Beth
learned a lot of new' games, storie* Crews Kindra Butler Hermig na ,Carmen ,
Barber Jonathan
and crafts.: Of Thomas Tammy Thomas. Tracey McKinney ,
cote everyone en-
/ Smith Rick Kimutls Ronnie Zurfluh,
First Baptist Joyed the iwlmmiitg and canoeing West, unlssa King, Serena Adams, Gray
Mitch Len Eaves
To Conduct and by the end of camp there were Improved Yvonne Bobo, Carla Stephens, Kelly ,and Nolan Gray Eaves, who ,In of
Jay was charge
swimmers. Even an Improved Ann Duncan, Missy Davis Chris
Bible School leader "water sport''. Each unit was: West Annajean West Pertema the rands.boys when he wasn't running er- w IJ

in charge of a flag and Brown, Monique Williams, Rosaland
ct feremony they
The week of July 28 to August 1 will Super big thank you to Don and the
were great. The food prepared on the Lennon, Melinda Powell, Kim Dukes,
be Vacation Bible School time at First Canovas for the ice. You made it
cookouta and camp oven was really Stephanie Dukes, Renee Hewett ,
Church. bearable.
Baptist school will
begin gourmet. A big tha ilk you to all the :Charlene Sutton Malisa Sarntlnora-
each morning promptly at 9 with a .leaders and motheni who .,
Joint worship service. the church. We \'appreciate picked up the at Did You Know............
Each age group will participate In .
transportation. Chad Reddish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Warren
activities which are suited to their Winkler and Mrs. L.S.
Can't say enough t filce things about John Arthur Reddish attended foot Williams ..
age learning readiness: Study the funeral of an ,.
leaders .
groups are provided for each age between my during this camp. ball camp at the University of Florida uncle, Quincy' Dean in Jacksonville r I,' "
Everything went and L .., :-
smoothly i P
4 and 11 years of age. they July 13-16. On Wednesday they had on Wednesday. I ,
The Youth Bible School will be held adapted to like the Increased number of playoff games at Florida Field and Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Hulon..

each evening at 7:30 p.m. All youth campers Staff for the'old Brownie prwi. Unit awards were presented to each of the Michael Lee Nichols,' formerly of

age 12 through 17 are going to be involved Clarice Stephens, (Linda Roberts were participants. Each coach selected one Starke, graduated June 14 from the Patti Ann Mizell and Michael Hulon
team member football
to receive a UF -
relating to how a University of Florida
Sarah Morris, Beulal.i Lennon Willie with a degree in
person becomes an informed church ,Mae Randolph, Ann Davis and Jersey and Chad was the member building construction. He has accepted Wed June 7 in Home CeremonyThe
who awarded the
was jersey.
member and responsible citizen. Friday Theresa Ricks. Junior Fly-Up Unit ; a position with the Brown and

night will.be pizza night for the staff was Judy Dittoes and Michelle Rood Construction Co. In Houston neck and fitted lace bodice with seed
youth.Family. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper of Starke Texas and will be joined there in home of Mr. and Mrs. B.G.
Kimutis. Junior Unit was Wanda and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cooper of Jr. of Keystone Heights was pearls. The long sleeves were trimmed
Night will be on
August by his and his
Friday wife
Kay the
Smith and Julee Wise. Cadette Unit in lace. The skirt featured knife
Durham N.C.returned of of the
Wednesday setting wedding uniting
night,with slides to be shown that will daughter, Stephanie. Prior to this
Laurie .
be taken on Monday and Tuesday was ,.Mary Sutton and last week after 2V4 weeks tour of move, Nichols was in constructionwork their daughter Paul Ann Mizell, and pleats and a train.
mornings. Parents are urged to come Betsy Yawn. Pixie Unit was Donna North Carolina, West Virginia, New In Gainesville. Nichols attended Michael Ray Hulon of Orange Park She wore a wide brimmed gardenhat

and see their children's activities and front Sutton Director and Carmen Eaves. Water. York, Niagara Falls, Kingston, Ontario Bradford High School and Is the son of In holy matrimony Saturday. June 7, adorned with seed pearls, lace
Janet Kimutis. and
was tulle veil.
and 1000 Islands in the St. at 4 a
handwork refreshments on will display.be served Afterward in the Thanks to all of I those who shared Lawrence River. Enroute back they Starke.the late Mrs. .Myrtlce Nichols of p.m.The bridegroom is the son of Mr. Her flower, a pale lavendar orchidon

fellowship hall of the church. their expertise with us In various visited Seaman Kenneth Stewart and and Mrs. Bob R. Hulon of Jackson, a family Bible wrapped in white
forms. They were Jim Shatz Lila Rae satin with lace streamers, was surrounded -
family in Newport News, Va. and Tenn.
Children and of
youth the community Cute Elaine Hawkins received an
Yawn Terry Jarlrna, Bill Lawson, Rev. and Mrs. Marvin E. Faile The couple was wed on the sundeck I by white carnations to com
to and Associate
are come study the Irene of Arts degree at Lake City
Bible In their school. Wainwright, Owen. Whittingtonand former pastor of Hampton Baptist Community College at the end of the of the Mizell's home under an arch plete her bridal bouquet.
Edna Allen.,: 'i. Church,In Roanoke Rapids N.C. summer term A on June 1$. entwined with Ivy, daisies, gladiolus Matron of honor was the bride'slister
and carnations. The deck was trimmed Pam Poppell, who wore a dus-
with ivy, hanging fern and potted ty rose lace gown and wide brimmed
plants. garden hat. Her bouquet featured

PANTRY PRIDE'SPRICES Father William Poppell of Green daisies and carnations. i
Cove Springs united the couple In the The groom's best man was Chris
double-ring ceremony. Poppell, brother-in-law of the brido.Paul's .
Chris Murry and Maria Whitley of ornament was her grand-
St. Augustine provided wedding mother's engagement ring.A .
LOW music including a song they had writ wedding reception was held on
ten especially for the bride and the bride's grandmother's sun deck
groom.The which was decorated with hanging

SAVE bride,given In marriage by her baskets and flower arrangements.The .
father, wore a long dress of white bride's table featured a three-
brocade and chiffon featuring a high tiered wedding cake decorated with
pink roses and topped with double

Did You Know............ wedding rings and white doves.
The punch table was decorated with
tot*. : j YOU CAN'T I ivy and carnations and accented with
SLICED Mrs. W.L.Joiner of Griffin, Ga. and daisies.

SIRLOIN PORK; LOIN .4. S BUY BETTERSIR.'j son, Rev. W.L. Joiner 111 and two Ella Mae Fleming, cousin of the
daughters,Janie and Jill of Overland bride, cut the cake, while the bride's
.OIN ...SO WHY Park, Kas. were Monday visitors of book was attended by Amy. McDonnell -

PAY MORE? Mrs. L.D. Vining. niece of the bride.

CHOPS: Assisting were Martha Hallonqulsl,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards and the bride's sister and Kathy Vernon,
'ion of Houston Texas attended the sister-in-law of the bride.

funeral of his Lloyd Edwardson After a wedding trip to Silver Springs
led his mother
Friday' the couple is residing in
? MIOH1S, RESERVED. Mrs. Gladys ,Edwards for aeveraldays. Keystone Heights.The .

bride is a 197S graduate of 'I,

3 LBS fio: OVER HALF GALLON... CARTON... Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Marshall of Keystone former manager Heights of High Jeans School West and in

St. Georges Island and grandchildren Orange Park. She Is the grand-
.A Rob and Jennifer Smith of daughter of the late Alonzo: and Annie
$. ""Austin,Texas spent the weekend wttft I I br..SappAlvarez.f.tarke., ..?..., II Vora'
.a6a 9iR .
rl'LB .Mr. and Mrs'Ben Rowland.) V I J.. ,,,..> "* 'The'grooln.isemyedbyrTeal.'liltrv',. ; ) h
., L.JI : J' -i .i..1S 'and Carpet In Starke. :"
Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and
_, daughter,' Debbie of Jacksonville
SAVE 60. A L8 SAVE dl). L8 SAVE 40. : PACKER LABEL WHITE : spent Sunday with their grand- Miss Volorle Pobst,

0 1 mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Honored of o CoffeeMiss
Valarle Pabst, whose mar
"';llaf .ar : : Barry Reddish and John Thompson riage to Brad Carter will be an eventof

win' ii.t oevim I,IM MJC.. m says 30*.... .. ....,.V.IO'.QUAII1'AHOIITIID. .. attended the University of Florida August 9, was honored Saturday
I 198 Yo,3urt2/79c *l19 football camp from Thursday to Sunday morning from 10:30: to 12 noon with a
Beef Liver. Claussen's Pickles
Breyers ,! : coffee at the home of Mrs. Betty Anne
lava 10''A u.S Las.S OVEN-'D" AVB M.llM."0.jUIILIIOD8 WHOLE MILK' AVB M.I...,,,0.Uses POWBB PAR 599Slab Phillips at 1240 S. Colley Road. Miss

Pork Hocks. 0 t 69* Mozzarella' :Cheese*,,1S9 Chicken Bologna 88* : Cecelia Terwlllegar Pres. Pabst, a former resident of Starke

lava JO-'A LB-WHOLE. OH HALF SMOKED AVB ao>. !_."0.rttirm MIDI AVB 10*.a.M.mitt LAND. OP PIIOBT. A8 T. : 100 CT. Bradford-Union County Board of and sister of Mrs. Marion Harrington
!*?? 68" 78 48 WITW.THIS THRU Ttllft Realtors Inc. and Lillian Pearson, is presently teaching in Tampa.
:ir.I'I"H.JJ' :
Bacon Sour Cream Meats. ::
0 0 Chipped JULY MOM))_l o.q10ILOMCCO.I r .HOOUCTS WITH BMCUIMD.w.*MOM Board Member It Membership Chairman Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs.
save 10" A LB B4M AVO.S.D.A.OHADB M.. io>.*ta"o./U.n"'D.' SAWS 10'._PRO TMO..LI. VALLEY : attended the District I Fla. Joan Chitty, Mrs. George Flynn, Jr.,

Cornish Hens.198*, Cream Cheese. .. .68 Cooked Ham (SUCCD! ).1 ...eoaoas..araaseKRAFT .; Assn. of Realtors meeting Palatka, Mrs. Ann Godwin, Mrs. Jim B. Godwin -
Ravine Gardens State Park Satur Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips, Mrs.
day. District I is composed of James R. Reddish and Mrs. Janet

Bradford-Union, Clay, Flagler, Turner.
i. HYGRADE Gainesville Jacksonville Jackson- Greeting guests al the door and
MUSTARD HYCRA PANTRY PRIDE CENTER CUT SMOKED ville Beaches, Lake City. Putnam,St. presenting them to the receiving line 1

lA HOI'T.I HOT. DOG or PORK CHOPS Augustine-St. ''Johns County. Mrs. was Mrs. Betty Anne Phillips. The
HAMBURGERROLLS Terwilleear gave a resume of the receiving line was composed of the
59 e e. $ Bradford-Union County activities so honorec Miss Pabst her sister, Mrs.
'250a DOC!ag f3JR" -r68 .far this year.'Robbie AI Cooke of Jacksonville Mrs. Maxlc

Carter, Jr., Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr.
and Joshua Davis of and Mrs. Broke Jackson mother and
;; :; Gainesville were last Thursday and grandmothers of the groom-to-be

.. 7tea. 8 8 3. 8 $1 Friday guests of their uncle and aunt, respectively.
: !K0.', Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson.Mr. Inviting guests to the refreshmenttable
'f In the dining room was Mrs.JimB.
: 't and Mrs. Garl Mathews received Godwin and pouring Iced movhn
SAVE : ')" SAVE 18.PAI"I''RY word they are great. great- coffee was Mrs. George Flynn, Jr.
: grandparents when a daughter was Centering the party table was an arrangement
born to their granddaughter and husband of silk summer blossoms.

a Beth and Keith Ingalls In Placed at points of interest throughout
Disstin, Fla. last week. the party rooms were tropicalplants I
PAtnDE e
TETLEY and ohtcr of
arrangement. r
C Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and summer flowers.
SODAS! FAMILY family of Jacksonville Beach spent Assisting the hostesses In serving

TEA BAGS Friday to Wednesday with his and caring for the guests was Mrs.
parents Mr. and \Mrs. Huston Mc Bobby shiner, Jr.
(: Clane in town and out at .Klngnley Also attending was the groom's r
Lake. grandmother Mrs Mnxie Carter,Sr.
TER I $139 The honored guest Miss Pabst, and
'-K---- Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kande) of Fort ohlcrs In the receiving line were
SAVE 209
FROZEN COUNT Lauderdale are visiting their presented with shoulder corsages
160. daughter and family Dr. and Mrs. upon their arrival. The bride-to-be

Harry Gruen from Friday. to Thurs. wan also given the crenmer of her
/ it'IDBON c day. chosen china pattern as a memento of
MONOGRAM the bridal .
88 r
BLL'EBEIi RIION, I Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper Mslted levenly-five'gucbts
RICE Mr and Mrs. Ernest Lord and family called during the pnrty hours.
In Oldtown and Mr. and Mrs Walter

(: Stewart in Trenton on Sunday and Mr. Gwen Zack .

\ SAVE 20' -. s :;: $,.I'l79 1 79 SAVE I 31 I"* on and Monday.Mrs. Marvin Stewart- Alachua Shower Honoree

120Z. CAN
MRS. SMITH'S BAO ."V88O'.IIIO', Miss Gwen Znck: ,. whoso marriage I
CREAM PIES I Norwich Asprln. .790CHOC. Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. Guy Sale to Erie Biggs will be an event of
and Mrs. Carl went to
., BAMArMOM LEMON! SAVE aO'- 1-PAHTMI" (PRIDE SAWS>!..Sin anBCBrma OB OITHA last August 30 V.DR', honored al a bridal
Tallahassee Wednesday to
(' : "Cut Beets. .: .. .4/'l, SAFEGUARD a UNIT tie Style HAIR SPRAY. -. .88 Miss Jean Mundy and then went on Join to shower Paul Bennett'July 10 in, at Law the.ley.home Hostesses of Mrs.

13o a 9 'aIlLlCIIAN' .* ,BATH, SOAP 7 6.,. SAVE 41'.>..BBBDOBAI4T Atlanta where Miss Mundy attended a' 'were Mrs. Paul Bennett Mrs. Ernest

FROZEN Dog Ratlbri .' 349 Right Guard., ? Therapeutic Conference on Mere Bceman and Miss Rhoda Bennett.
AVB aO._PANT**PBIDB PKXBN MV.41..1M".W'THIIIZII '. They also visited Mr and Mrs. The refreshment table was covered ,
UNIT SAWS> Topplng49 .31 : Mundy In Athens Saturday night. with a bridal cloth and centered with
Whipped 'Caress ZEST 69
.. Toothpaste ,
oj .
white sheet cake and miniature

Glazed Donuts. .69LIBBY'S Ice Cream '0 ping-.119. .. Alka Seltzer.. .99* Starke, Mr..and Mrs.'Tommy Chantain bride bridal doll gown.dressed in a traditional.. t
and of Gainesville and
Games were 'played with prize
Mr. and Mrs Jerry Williams of awarded with' Minx Zach's chosen
'OXVDOL > ,5qe'QFf.J: "e Keystone Heights spent the past two china pattern. With each winner
\ weeks at Crescent Beach. They were Miss Zach with
PORK & BEANS presenting her prize.
: last to
Wednesday Sunday by'
Deer! SHOWN AIIIOIITIID. DISH DETERGENT, : ,COCA COLA: SPRITE. :. Mrs. ClydeSlnclair. The many guests enjoyed an assort ;
ment of delicious refreshments.The .

M- $1. $ '* '99 (: :: TAB 13.B BTI OR> PLUS MR.DEPOSIT PIBB '.: Mrs. H.M. Klcharde returned last electric bride-elect mixer by the was hostesses.presented, an

3 CAMS 490B' 1 J68 '22o: : fHMJ tm.fMIBCMIMN,..,.........,|(MM IM*. : Thursday after 1. days visit with her :Among those attending were,, Mrs.
and \Mr and Mrs.
BOX I a son family; Henry US. Tanner grandmother of the
.. SaBHBiai Klcharde In .. 'MI...
... .. Pascagoul
.... : brldd-elect and Mrs. Bobby: Blags,
y Reroute home she visited Mr. and
mother of the prospective groom.The
Mrs. Thomas Busch In Ala.
t Daphne,
hostessed presented the honored
'and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Coulter; in'
Tallahassee. guests with corsages

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Local 4-IFera Attend

Felony Charge Dropped ,' '!' < State Congress at UF

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tinker[ ,Speedy Trial RuleV ':7, 1 :;0;. attending the Florida 4-H Con-

). grwa at the University of Florida
The Meats Judging Team U composed
'A felony charge against John The state attorney's office filed new Iw Nt M of Ken Howard, Brand Herndon
Gregory( Grlffis 20, of Raiford( was charges on Feb. 22, 1980 and Griffis, Y r Sheila Anderson and Bruce Howard.
dropped! 21, when CIr- according to court records, was willing Deborah Green will present her
cuit Judge Benjamin M. Tench said to plead guilty to a misdemeanor. demonstration on a Dairy Good Soup.
he hud no option \because: speedy trial Judge Tench put off accepting the Tony Anderson will give a demonstration
requirements were not met by the plea until after a pre-sentence Investigation on making a 4-H Key Rack.
state in prosecuting the case was completed. The court was Monroe Herndon has a demonstration
never notified of the speedy trial con- on hampaters and Randy Harris will
Griffis was arrested In March 1979 sideration. present a Horticulture demonstra
on a charge of aggravated battery for Griffis was represented by Lake tion. All four demonstrations are'' In
shooting Earl Jones outside a Lake Butler Attorney Bobby Lee Kirby who, .State competition. j
Butler pool hall. took advantage of the oversight and' State 4-H Council delegates :ire
filed a motion with. the court to Tammy Baldree and Deborah Green.
In a trial last December the jury dismiss the charges. Chaperones accompanying the
was unable to( reach a verdict and "The court re reluctantly ants this 4-H'er are Charlene Howard 4-H
Judge John J. Crews declared a motion, but not withstanding being Leader and Lowell ParrUh !4-H'
mistrial. perfectly clear that It Is not the Agent ?.
responsibility of the court it is not the
Griff at the trial admitted he shot responsibility of the sheriff, It is the 4-H is open to all without regard to
out of a car window but said, "I responsibility of the state attorney to Household Move Becomes Whole- House MoveAs race color, sex or national origin.
didn't want to kill nobody." keep track of the speedy trial rule and CaIIIM-G8O. ext. 224 for more InJor-
bring it to the court's attention which matlnn. ; 1
Testimony at the trial pointed out was not done In this case and I do not a house trailer rolls north on 301, a trallered house ,
that Griffis saw Jones at a store expect it to happen again," Judge waits for city maintenance crews to lift traffic lights and -
waiting for his girl friend to get off Tench told Assistant State Attorney power lines at the Call Street Intersection high enough to
work. The store wa closed but Jones Harris Tobin. clear the structure's roof. The house was being towed to Ir, I
rattled the door and Insulted the pair "Yes air," Tobin replied to the Brooker from Green Cove Springs by the E.D.Allan Co.of
Griffis then reported the incident to court. Jacksonville according to city hall officials. Hampton Hilights i sa I

a Union County Sheriff's Department
deputy then went to a bar, picked up ,. .11111 111111.11 Drinks Bought For Carnival f11tl If 1 1111 I '
three friends and went looking for by Dfcolores M ng Angela Baker celebrated: her 4th
Jones' car When Jones and a friend $1,400 worth of soft drinks have, Two Jacksonville TV personalities August 23 carnival' at'reasonable Piscine, 488-1115 birthday on July 21. *
came out of a pool hall one of them been bought In the Jacksonville have been housed in a mobile home at prices. i
took a shotgun from the car and Grlf benefit for muscular dystrophy by Regency Square since the beginning The carnival will feature a Health Bookm oblle Schedule Visitors .
fis fired it, according to court records. employees of the Bradford County of this month trying to sell 75,000 Fair to acquaint the community with Every Tuesday from 12:30 until Mrs. Berba Martin and daughter
"I thought I was going to shoot," Hospital who plan to sell the pop at cases of soft drink to help fight the the role of BCH in the area. 2:30 p.m. the Bradford County Stacey, of Raiford and Mrs. Ginny
Griffis testified the BCH employee sponsored carnival dreaded disease. Bar-B-Q chicken"hamburgers and Bookmobile Is (parked at the Post Office -' Sikes and daughter Brenda of
set here August 23, according to BCH employees bought 200 cases of hot dogs will be on sale at the car- parking lo t ready to serve your Lawtey, were J guests o/Mr. and Mrs.
administrator Dave Libby. soft drinks that will be sold at the nival. reading needs (tree of charge. Harold Crawford and Kenny on Sun-

- day. -
:h :h v'anlw Community News of P<< .stC1I2tC-2P< D.J. Rlddlclc and Paige Roberto Port Rlchey visited the Francia'and.
were among 'the group from the Paul Meng families on Sunday. '
by Elizabeth G.Walker Vincents Hospital after a lengthy Il be present. Prayer Meeting each' Plans are In the making for the an- :Starke First Bit,ptist Youth Choir who ... .J
Phone 118( .1-W1H3 lness.She was the daughter of the late a.Morning p.m. Sunday School nual Men's Day program August 17. enjoyed a sing'ing: tour On .
Will and Alice Lee Whittle. She was .10 Worship 11 a.m. At 3 All members are asked to cooperate.' July M they fi'ift! by but headed for YOU '
Concerned Citizen The monthly affiliated with the Hospitality Club of p.m. all members are asked to attend American Legluon: Post 314 Legion Pensacola where they spent the night. '
meeting of Concerned Citizens of her church. the Fellowship of Churches at ,and Auxiliary will have a joint installation They traveled, on to Mobile AL. AUTO ':
Bradford County will be held Thurs- Survivors include: 2 sons, George Ebezener Baptist Church. Afternoon service August 7 attend.m. While there they visited the battleship .
day, July 24, at 7:30: p.m. in the Frazier, Jr. and David Frazier; 2 services at 5 p.m. All members are asked to CSS Alt bama.After performing ) v
cafeteria In RJE complex All In- daughters, Mrs. Bobbie Ann Johnson Workshop: Commander Royal and in Clinton LA, they took a By : !
terested citizens and members are invited and Mrs. Fannie Belle Delestre; 2 Church of God In Christ Tuesdayat Mrs. Royal attended a Workshop in sightseeing" ; through the French
to attend. Great things are hap- brothers, Nathaniel Risby and E.J. 6:30: choir rehearses. Friday at 6:30: Orlando July 18-20 for American Quarters In New Orleans. They also C..eIISI
pening In the complex. Each citizen Risby 2 sisters, Hilda Belle Morris Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. Saturday Legion. toured the Now Orleans Baptist
needs to be a part of the activity. and Lucile Clark, and S grand- at 11:30: the Funeral Services for Seminary camp us. r
Citizens input is needed. Members children. Sister Carrie Robinson will be held. Greater Bethlehem Freewill BaPtist Before return big home on July.18 Qi Thor was a .largo oil pot on" '
with expired membership are askedto Caesar's Funeral Home, Lake City, Sunday School 9:30. Morning Worship Church Monday 8 p.m the Senior, the Choir sang In Florals, AL and MY driveway this morning from ,
please renew now. Is.in charge of arrangements. 11 a.m. with Minister Dewey TaylorIn Choir sponsored a program in song. Alma GA. Although they en- my 177 TllimdorWra.1 I wont to s
Brief Visit John and Deborah Simsof charge. YPWW 5:30.: Tuesday at 7:30: prayer. meeting, countered some hot weather the trip find the problem In*. what do Ior I
Mt. Morlah United Methodist Wednesday at 7:30 all Circles meet.McKay's was enjoyable nd productive. .. i io
Ala. visited with her
Montgomery, Circle will iR
Church: Sunday School only Sunday.All meet at Mrs.
mother Elizabeth. Walker the CHURCH ACTIVITIES members are asked to attend the Nancy Byrdahaw'; 'lAe's Circle at Bhthdays fI
weekend of July 12. I
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Fellowship) of Churches at 3 p.m. at Mrs. Rebecca Daniel's; Blye's Circle Christina Bun ner celebrated her 8th ,
Visited: Mr Joe DeSue of Los Ebezener Baptist Church. will meet at Mrs;Cassle Dean's.
The Choir 21.
Church: anniversary will birthday on July
Angeles, CA spent two months vacationing be observed The Church of God of Propehcy Thursday at 7:30 Story Hour. Friday Birthday to I'.
with Mr. and Friday, at 8 p.m. Happy Jimmy Joyneron A: First, clean the engine with
Mrs. Willie
7:30 the Junior Choir
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor will present a
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Everyone welcome. Sunday School July town or kerosene and iottwator i
Felton Fla. He in Lawtey and Daytona Beach, 10 a.m. only.Ebezener ship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6pm. program in song. Saturday 6 p.m. all John Watson celebrates his 14th birthday containing dotorgont.Whon \
enjoyed the extended vaca Free Canaan True Church of God In Sunday School teachers and aides are '
tion. Baptist Church: The today Jolly 25. the onglno !I. dry place
Fellowship of Churches will be held Unity: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- asked to meet .in a special called the car on .tana'*. Start and ray-
Serviceman Visits: Sgt. Albert Lee Ing Worship 11 a.m. Monday each meeting,7 p.m. all ladies are asked to
Sunday at 3 p.m. at Ebezener Baptist Visitors up the engine' for a few
Campbell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 'week Prayer Band at 7 .m. Wednesday meet at the church. Sunday, July 27
All churches to p Steven Earnest visited his
Church are asked ; parents, mlnvtof;)rtws, hut It off and In-
t.lbert Lee Cam: shell Sr# ofStOTke,.aV 'iflt iUkrabers to cooperate with this r"* at 7 p.m. Tarrying Service.>Friday Is our'annual Women's Day celebraStion Mr. and Mrs. Wn(lace\Cpljins) over the .*.....J< ,mill*..If o" appears
:!ecfidii'CthB Arm# rs'te..I'. ';: ,SA.. activtlr'Ifor success. *"" ** 's. 'regular church service. *! The entire community Is invited weekend. He studying: at Jacksonville around roar malnboarlng housIng
NeW'Bethel Baptist: The pastor First Born Church of The Living to join us. Sunday School at 9:30: with University.. or pan, be sure It li not running
month with his He is
parents. on Rev. A.J. Simmons and members willworship God: Each Tuesday at 6:30 Bible guest teachers: pre-school Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Anlolne Joseph Inno- down Irorn,rockor-cov. '
orders .,
to for
Germany is 21 old.two years Sgt. at First Baptist Church in Friday 7:30: Tarrying Service. Alicia McMillan, .juniors Mrs. cent were hosts t he past two weeks to gaskets. In upper sections of tot
Campbell He has joined Sunday
years Gainesville Rev. School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Luretha DeSue junior high Mrs. Mr. and Antoine .
New Bethel Baptist Church. Eugene Gainey, Mrs. Augustin and Origin Also, chock oil fll'-I
pastor, on July 25 on a pastor ap- ship 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Glory Jackson, high school young son Fritzgerald, from Chicago, IL. fuel pumps, oil lines and the oil
Funeral Service: Funeral servicesfor Antioch adults Miss Francis Jenkins, advanced
preciation All members Missionary Baptist '
program. are gaugo* ending' unit. After the
Mrs. Carrie Robinson, a well asked to attend. Church: Thursday night prayer Elizabeth G. Walker. 11 a.m. mot HAMPTON LAKE look has .boon discovered ondgaikot '
known resident of Starke, will be held An anniversary celebration for meeting at 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 ning worship with Rev. G.G. McAr- Ann llversary replaced, ovoid future -
Saturday at 11:30 a.m. at the Churchof Choirs 1 and 2 will be held August 8-10. a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Choir thur and his congregation from Mr. and M.irs. Mark Hodges trouble by being sure plugged
God In Christ, Elder D.R. The cooperation of all members Is Union in Putnam Hall 3 p.m. Tabernacle Missionary Baptist celebrated their First Wedding An- breathers or a malfunctioning
Williams, pastor, will officiate. Inter needed for success. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Church in St. Augustine worshiping niversary on Jnuly Zl. Congratulations positive xrank.COM ventilation ';-
ment will follow In the family plot In Saturday, July 26, the pastor, Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- with us. 1 the dinner will be served. system did not cause pressure
Lee Cemetery deacons and trustees monthly ship 11 a.m. All members are asked to At 3 p.m. final services of the day buildup. mulling.. In oil
Mrs. Robinson, a native of Bradford meeting will be held at 2 p.m. The attend the Fellowship of Churches at 3 will be held with guest speaker Mrs. Bliithdays -.ee
County died Thursday, July 17, in St. members of both boards are asked to p.m. Ruth Johns. You are invited! ; Mrs. Lucy Hodges celebrated her ..

birthday on July 10 with a family get
I pompo together. Aitonotiv Parts Ceitar
. Happy BirthoVity to Mrs. Tonya
Lawtey Newsby Hodges on July If I. .!

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Elisabeth Terry Shinn of Concord, N.C. plan to spend Kelly. Mr.- and Mrs. Fleam Starling "
phone 7X2.3JIIO two weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan of visited Mr. and Mrs. E.F. CaldwelJ of The Office .
Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Sr., and Mr. and Vidalia, Ga. spent the weekend with Jacksonville on Wednesday.Mrs. .
PERSONALSMrs. Mrs. Cecil Hardee and other relatives their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mc- Pierce Crews and her piece, of
Gwen Anders returned home and friends. Clellan. Their son Paul returned Mrs. W.F. Atwood Sr.. visited Mr.,.
Tuesday from Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of home with them after spending his Leon Conner in North Florida '
Hospital, Gainesville, where she wasa Maxville spent two weeks at their summer vacation with his grand- Regional Hospital, Gainesville on Johln. D. Campbell M.D. t
patient for several days. Our mobile home here. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan, Sunday afternoon. "' I
prayers are with her We are happy to learn that Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sweat and '
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Lucille T. Ivey Is Improving and is other relatives.Mr. : Announces ,
sister. Mrs. C.E. Strickland of still living with her daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. R.W. Edwards Mr.
Gainesville Wednesday until Satur Wyolene Day and son, Keith of and Mrs. O,B. Wiggins of Jacksonville (Effective Aug. 4, 1980'A.
day. Mrs. J.L. Kirkland was their Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. WaDell Fosly, and
Thursday dinner guest, and Mrs. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake their son-in-law and daughter and all.
Wood Wester was their Friday dinner Worth came on July 4 to spend their new baby, (great great granddaughter Change Office Hours
guest. vacation with their parents Mr. and ) of Perry visited their Nt .' .!I
Mr. and Mrs. Justin Croft spent Mrs. Hermie Kelly. On Saturday, Ju- Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. on Mon. 8 12 '
their long weekend at their home in ly 5, they all went to Charlestown, Sunday. aim pm Mon. 10 .am 5 prrf

Columbus Ga. Their twin grandsons, Ind. to visit Mrs. Wendell Kelly's Friends of Mrs. Wendie Smyth,
David and Danny Burgamy came parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Camp- daughter of Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson 'T es. 8 aim 12 pm Tues.: 10 am 5':gm"
home with them and will be here for bell on Sunday, July 6. Mr. and Mrs. are pleased that she, was able to A Put your house on .
some time. Hermie Kelly went to visit Mr. and return home Saturday after surgery my lowenergydiet Wed. 8 'a m 12 Wed. 10amThurt 5 pm
Mrs. Jess Hinson and in : pm
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of Hilliard family Terri Tuesday In Baptist Hospital,Jackson
visited her mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders, Haute, Ind., where they did lots of ville.Mrs. Fri.8ram 10 am -5 'J1rT1.
and her brother and sister.in-law, Mr. sightseeing. They returned to Pansy Knight, Mrs. Linnle Gordon 12 pm
and Mrs. Billy Anders, Sr., and Charlestown, Ind. Thursday, July 1 10. Harris and niece Mrs. Bonnie Padgettof Frt: ,10am! .5 pm..
daughter on Tuesday afternoon. On Saturday, July 12, all of them Maxville, and Mrs. Harold Eunic 6th Yea of Service
Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore and came to Asheville N.C. On Sunday. visited their brother, Mr. Tomnjf 4734777Longchamp Starke Lake Butler
Trisha spent last week at Kingsley July 13, to Atlanta, where they visited Godwin, who Is ill in Gainesville/on'
Lake. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Dusty Sunday afternoon. 964.136504963320

Mrs. Sandy Thomas of Jacksonville Rhodes, and Mrs. Jessie Mae Soehl. 4 00 so 00
spent the weekend with her parents, They came home on Monday. "' -- = t.
Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Brown and sister spent the rest of their vacation at Bedford -lt *a as so as 4

Shawna. She also visited her brother Lake, Keystone Heights. Mr. and )\ "
and sister.in.law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mrs. Wendell Kelly returned to their ; (fOR:{ "to E'f:0 I)) ::: I [ ) The Office

Brown and son. Mike, Jr, home at Lake Worth on Friday. I .. : r.t, ....N. ,,, .:..*r"I''. '," .JI!",!'! ,I( ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Mrs. Charlie Mosley and daughtersof I ,
Palatka visited their mother, Mrs. Highland were Friday ,\ .' ', ."" ,', '

O.J. Anders on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. guests of her parents Mr. and supper Mrs. ''l':;lI'J"d"'" ', lb" UJ'rr'. ; ,.I, I .i,..]..Q'I '' ., :tfit", .',." f,( l..nr, ".I 1" .1 1I 'm'" "'. of ,;
Lonnie ) '
Elsie Norman and grandsons, Teston. : < :
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Jim Miss, Kenneth Mary Ann and Lynns Kevin went Norman to Wild and of Mrs.Jacksonville Eileen Kelly, spent and the son weekend Justin I) ', ):JL.JL..J f I I: I ,i,, ,ineeilh', ,,.,, .., .,,,./,Jn.f'.,!,:, "','(, ,," ',;,,,, .j John D. Campbell M. [)'; '

Waters, near Ocala on July 8. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl ( """ '," '.'"'' ' ,
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Mr. and Mrs. W F. Atwood, Sr., Ed- Troxell. Ii"I. N.'Q.1 :: I '. ::.0.0."I' ;1. ,l1.r.:', j! )A.'t' i. ] ; .
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Mr.Jacksonville Leon Conner on Wednesday and Mrs. p Pierce.m. her. Mr.father P.W.Fay Kelly Hayes of in Winter Boca Raton.Haven i ii\ iJ i: 6 f g i flt ,

Crews attended the wedding of her spent! from Friday until Sunday with j I I Professional:
niece. Miss Marlyn Patray and Gary his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ; :: : : ; Association
E. Salzman, In the Friendship Bible Mrs. Hermie Kelly. On Saturday they !r ; i .
Church visited their Mrs. : HomesAlso j.I '.
at Keystone Heights, on sister-in-law. d. : : ] .
Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. Thelma Kelly and their niece, Mrs. : of
Mrs Elsie Norman: and her grand- Janet Collins and children in \ ; ) ,, : .... .. ,
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sons, Jim Kenneth' and Kevin Nor Gainesville. On Sunday, the two ) .. ioro.'S"3' : ,. fI
man, camped at Kingsley Lake July 9 brothers attended Homecoming at the Iij;, \ 9" .. '
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to 17 New River Baptist Church where Mr. Ii [ j: Todd Keller; P.A.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter and and Mrs. P.W. Kelly, Jr. and family ( of Orlando visited their joined them. They carried him home .
mother '
,Mrs. Lois Carter on Saturday with them after the Homecoming.Mr. ( Repairj and Hem otfelfnj

afternoon. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of 1 ,.. ,., ., : : Starting Aug. 4,1980Page
E-3 and Mrs. Mike Crapse of Gainesville spent the weekend with .
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I' ;' 'l+'J."" ,.. ..",.:,",, \" Ncm Io. j..I." :; !'(rI IN TMr oiicuiT COURT: ; 'CIvr, 01. ,. ...... ha bean filed. against FOR AMENDMENT .Itpd 7(2A. : under a Hmtred puihitrhip -
r "" : S ,. INTENTION1" OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL'CIRCUIT. .' 54442.: ", ... and heieullei .known a*
you you are required OF LAND USE PLAN MM CATTLE CO.. ... 1.
hi //.c The Marriage of copy your Box 232. Lawtay. Florida
Inl. to
NAMI' FLORIDA CHARLES CAPEHART. JR. to N. on the. plelntlfr/ a*. An ORDINANCE...;.- NOTICE 01': 32018.
told ftctmau\
tf6 o trongatt mm Is Pursuant to action husband a wifeNOTICE miZ I.CANHAItT. tornsy.whwo-..... ding ifs. Compr.hen&ve.Land 'Al'fUCATIONFOIl some roglttar under .... Prowl.
S69.09 Florida (taiwta*, Civil Action Cato No. addrat h Alberta D. U.. Plan Element" TAX DIlEO gen. of eforetoldtatuta. '
6lon*. 8O-223-CA. Wheeler 737 Faxon and ,:NOTICE .ft HEREBY '
: .notice U hereby given1that Map by Lewteyv .
tha undersign.dFrancs' In ret The Marriage of ,; lane. Starfce. Florida Florida. In _....._ GIVEN,. ihetHembrlcfc, ,Dated Ihl. 10th of
: WilllemNi'.wtsec4 MICHAEL CARMINE NO PfIOPEIItyTOs" 12091 and file the with, the. local OmensSean 'Monte the ....... cI Me: A.D. 1980 In day Bradford .
CARUSO husband a orlglnel.with the dork of following. certlflcatMhetfiled
6O6 W. Adktn r Comprehentlve
St... ........ Fto,..I2O'lot PATRICIA, MARGARET INEZ Chrtitkmtted B. CAPE6.ARTCO .Post the--.ty.-- Planning' Act of I97S at old. certllloete. far 7/31.County. 7/10 4tpd t 1
doing butlnett under the CARUSO Wife.. or before August 21. provided for In Chapter. a tax deed. take Moved
firm _' ., ENCORE, NOTICEOF ,Office. St. CroIx, Virgin'' I960: .......... a |udgeagnlntt 13 of the Florida "*-- .... NOTICE OF'
i CLOTHING 'CONSI';"-' ACTION ( .. mant maybe ant rd Statute number. and year of le- INTENTIONTO
MENT SHOP 2M S. Tot MICHAEL CARMINE YOU ARI HEREBY you.for the relief TO All CII......., TaxtereMod '_. tho d..crlpSianof REGISTER
Walnut ....' Stark.. Flo. CARUSO Residence' NOTIFIED that en action demanded In the cons- ,...".... and other Ins the property end the. FICTITIOUS
3201 Inland to 'Unk_. for Dissolution of Marriage plaint or petition.WITNESS Ml which H MNNCerHfkote NAME J
/it ha boon Iliad .persons
'Nltl....- told. flet........., YOU AM HEREBY my hand and assessed m es fohlawt
nama''under, the .prevltlont NOTIFIED that an actionfor again you and you orerequired the teal I of Mid. Court on You end each of'you No. 69. Pursuant to Section
.f o>forealdtatuta. dlMolutlon' of mar to terve a copy July IS. 1910. ore ........and .her..Ith Year) Issuance 1978. B6S.09. Florida Statute,
s rtoga. .has boon filed and of your written, d,"Lju.s. Gilbert S. Brown, A* given' notice In accoranco Description of Propertyt -. notice Ie ........" given.
Dated thIs 26th day ., you are required. to If any to It. on the. plaintiff Clerk. of Sold. Court Byi with Florida Let I m 2 of Ilk 24 In that trio undertlgned

A I June, A.D.1900 hi Bradford .ervo a copy of 'attorney, whose Marlon McRoe, A*Deputy SMtut.i that .... City ..-._ /D.. .... 21. CHARLES A. STARVEY
'" ... County. written. detena*. If say, name and ......... I I. Clunk Council of Lawtay TWP 6) S. R-22. Rt. 1. Box 929. Lawtay
: to M Petitioner'' attorney Dudley P. Hardy, Etq., In which Florida MOS8.' .
a on 7/17 4tchg 17.PUBLIC Florida .will conduct. Name assoc.-i owner
". ,, 6YM.7/IO.7/I7 7/34. whose nemo andaddree Plorce B Hardy P.A.. public flooring at a ad Johnnie Mae Marrl doing builnoM under... I

: 1; r I. MYRON C.PREVATT. ., P.O. Drawer 1030. NOTICE regular meting held. at All of sod property firm name of COM- I
M.. ".0. Storke. Florida 33091. being In the County of MISSAMY FOOD STORE
The Bradford County 7:30: p.m. at City Hall
: Drawer 798 Keyttone and Ilia the original' with Bradford State of SR 229 a US 301, Lawtey
School Board. Starke.. Law. ",Florida.on Mon
the clerk of the. above
,I ,....",." ) Height, Florida :32696 Florida. will hold. Public. day. August 4. 1980. and Florida. Florida 320S8. .Intend laregister
.. NOTICE OF' Telephone : styled court on or before Hearing on the. PropeeedRule will conilder an Ordinance Unless. such certHtcataarcertlflcate aid fktltlout.
INTENTIONTO ((904)473-4993.) on or' August1900, ,ather- shall. .bo under the. prods
#'' 11.2. Compulsory relating tot
REGISTER before Friday August I, ..... a .lodgement. may Moatle Immunliatlon redeemed according to dons of aforetaldtatut

'$ .. FICTITIOUS 1980. and file the bo entered. ogalmt. you For Students- Amend the Com.prehentlva low....properly described .. > *.

.2(..1 5a.U Kit.,on.. NAME. original with the Clerk, of for the. relief demanded" Enrolled" In Grade IO-I2 Land Ute In such certificate or Dated thI. 'JAth day of
this court ..1"bet..... 'In complaint or petition. and Proposed ...,1Nd Plan to provide. Shotlands certificate, will be told Jut,. A.D. 1980 In Bradford

Pursuant. to SectionS Mrylce' on Petitioner' Rule *6200 Public Progrettlon currently. clauHled. to the highest bidder at County 7/24 4tpd
3.09. FlortdaStotuto*. attorney or .mtmedlataly WITNESS my hand and Plan 16213, Rural Reldentlal and the court .homo door an. 8/14. I
..j'e tore, downtown.... notice M n+....., Qivvn' Meraaftar. ott-fwl. a the teal. of said Court on Procedure for Student. designated by the. plan 'the 27th day of August, NOTICE OFINTENTION
Nw. that the utWj.r..lqn.J f dfM judgement will be July 7,.1980.Gilbert. Education Record. and a* Yellow berecloitlllod 1980.

Block building.. oa III .. Ogl_. owner,,215 entered for the relief S.Brown 6300.. Code of Conduct. ,,, to Mobile Doted this 11th day of TO REGISTER
,?$. 1 ... Gf..wk.w. N. iiPoo0NMiy. Stef SHifit9* demanded In the p.tl.Sion. A*Clark of Mid Court This "hearing will .be held. Home and designated" July. 1960.Gilbert. FICTITIOUS
Marian McftoeA ,
Fla.. 33091 doing' August !15, 1900. at 7 Srown the property of S. Snow,. NAME .
,... bu.i..... under the firm WITNESS my hand and *Deputy Clerk p.m.. In the School BoardRoom Edward and ModcllnRobert Clark of Circuit Court of
of PROFESSIONAL the teal I of this Court 7/107/17'. 7/24 7314tdmg Bradford!
$ name on of the Bradford ., datcrlbad,. a* County Pursuant to Section
ft REHABILITATION' SER 23rd of June 1980. Florida .
day County School'.Admlnlttratlva follow: B6S.O9. Florida Statute,
Beautiful comer lot at VICE 219 N. Broadway Gilbert S., pawn A* 'Offlcet. 582 lot 2. Eat 13V of Slack 7/24 4tchg 8/14. notice Ii la .hereby given

market. St.. Stork. Fla. 33091.llctltlou Clerk of the. Court By: IN THE 'CIRCUIT North Temple Avenue, 16. Law'.". Fla'l"a.W. that the undertlgned.LEWIS .
2 Trailer.. Pork. Intend. ta register. said. ....Iah Moody. Deputy COURT. EIGHTH .St....... Florida. ... of the railroad. M. AVER A
.J.traitor park. II trailer,' *name under theprovttlom CI..... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Copies of theta proposed You ore further given. CHARLES ORMSME. .,.
.1 trailer. park II trallor,' of aforaealdtotuta. 6/36,7/10.7/17,7/34 FLORIDA IN AND FOR Rule, '1611.2 NOTICE that a copy of 4, Box I38B. Starka.

prex. 22 ocret. fenced 4tchg, BRADFORD COUNTY.. 0200. 6213 and 6300 old proposed ORDINANCE .. NOTICE OFINTENTION' Florida. 32091 coawnaia -
meat Owner will finance Doted this 3rd day of CIVIL' ACTION may *>. obtained from f*available, for doing butlnatt
July A.D. 1900 In Bradford ALBERTA D. WHEELER the Sup Ant.nd.nt.' Office your Inspection at the .TO REGISTER under the firm remm. cI
We... County. 7/3 4rpd wife Plaintiff vs at 982 North Temple Office of me City Clerk FICTITIOUS BRADFORD RABBITS Rt.

.2 BR unfum. house. ( RONALD K. WHEELER, Avenue, Stark., Florida. City Hall. LawI.,. NAME 4, Box I38B, Storke,
; hu.......... Defendant.Caw This I I. In compliance Horldo. Florida.32091.Intendt to
at BR unfum.apt.$1502; ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT No. BO-294. with Florida. Statute, Each and ovary person Purouent to Section register. told fictitious
furnished house *1 Coma .... and of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
; to your FLORIDAIN NOTICE OF Chapter 73-310 a* having any Interest 863.09 Florida jtotute*. name under the. provIo
HOUSE: Furnished Feb ropof-l I AND FOR BRADFORD SUITNOPROPERTY enacted by the 1974 whatever In the enactment _Ice Ie .herby given. .Ion* of aloratald
Florida Legliloturo.Thome of this proposed that the. undertlgned. t tatut. '
I warehouse on US 301. TI. a knot and hong COUNTY TO Ronald- K.Wheeler L. Casey, Jr., ORDINANCE should. optima MAVDEUC BO8ENHAU- Dated this. 24th day*f
location. Addrau unknown VOU Superintendent of pear and .be .heard. at the SEN MYRTLE JONES, July.. A.D. I98O In Bradford
I Tackle and Bait bual 1 on...;.,. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED School.. and place. pretcrlbed. DAVID JONES and A.L. County.24 4tpd

One city block In down that an action for 7/24 2tchg 7/31.. BOBENHAUSEN ... I, 8/14. .4;
rlflfil butlnet. Great

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a registered collecUve memberhip -
FlOMUUitPhone mark which may be eased only by reel estate pro-
Income'...,. UI ALEiATE fenlonali who are member of the. NATIONAL
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,, .s w.a ASA Softball Playoffs :

NuWaves, Starke Hosts Dominos,

RainbowGo Men's "B"Nine Fla. BankIn

for "Open"Starke's mens class "B" teams will go ]Lake City
after a Sub-District Softball title at
NuWaves and Brooker's Westslde Field In Starke this Thi Starke league champion
Rainbow Marine go after the Dilltrfctmea' weekend. Also on the line are two Dominos and runnerup Florida Bank
"Open" Softball title in seven tickets to the District tourney to beheld (who split four league games this
team tournament at Maccl8 llY.this in Green Cove Springs the next season) will carry Starke honor Into
weekend. weekend August 1-3. the Women's "B' Sub-District to be
Rainbow kicks the tourney off with Action starts Friday night at 7 p.m. played at Lake City's two-field com-
a 7:30 p.m. ame Friday night with Crews Building Supply of Lake plex all day Saturday July 28. "":
+ Yes wr' against Martins Waterproofing of Butler and W.W. Gay of Gainesville The top two Su -DJtrict!; finishers
Orange Park while NuWaves goes! getting things going. The two Starke move on to the District Tournament,
against Ocala Toyota at 9 a.m. Saturday clubs in the field get started later with also to be held In Lake City the follw-
_y morning. BG&T meeting Baldwin Auto Parts of ,Infl weekend August 1-3.
Macclenny's Crackers and Buck's Baldwin Friday night at 10 p.m. and 'The draw wasn't set at presstimebut
aY Tire of Orange Park play Friday Hayes Electric getting up early to just two other teams were
night's second game at 9 p.m. with challenge Todd's Gym the numberone enteredFirst Christian Church of
Senne and Company of Melbourne one "B team in Macclenny, an Lake Butler and Lake City Athletics.
getting the bye. 8:30 a.m. game Saturday morning., Continental Waters of Gainesvillewas
The winners of Friday night's Also In the I nine-team field are: also expected to enter.
games square off at 11:30 a.m. Saturday Western Auto of Lake City. Drill Tech topped Lorelei to win the
morning. If NuWaves wins its Gainesville Tire, and Guynn's of High tourney in Starke last year. Florida

I .;tiCelebration:,- ...- r a. ..!"... i+ Vs.1 I opener it will challenge Senne at 12:43: Springs. Bank was 2-2 in that event with the
p.m. Saturday in the other winner's Play is scheduled to continue Saturday Dominos 12.Truck.
bracket until 10 pick back up at
of the Stars Satellite Beach to 11-6. The Stars went on to win lS- semifinal. Sunday with
Stan third baseman Bill Goodge center, celebrates with Greeting Goodge are: from left to right, Mike Jackson, The championship game Is set for 2:30: p.m.finals. the laser'sbracket

I lea mates after drilling the first of his two home runs last coach Jerry McCrlff (partially' hidden). Chub Johnson, 8:15: p.m. Saturday night. Starke Truck Plaza which movedup PlazaIn
weekend a two-run shot that stretched a IM lead over who was aboard for the blast and Eddie McGee. The top two District finishers
qualify for the state tournament to "A" this year, won the tourna- Cocoa
ment last year, going through

undefeated with a 17-14 win over Starke Truck Plaza, seething a bit
McKelroys of Lake City in the Finals.
from embarasslng second In last
I Stars Falter 4th in 16-18 State Guynn's was third.Hogtown. weekend's three-team Sub-District
to TourneyA tourney (see related story), goes
after a class "A" state tourney berth

110-person( delegation from Brad- one day when Saturday night's play with a 22-hlt attack but In a this weekend In Cocoa, the site of the 'I
game first time the Stars had been held to a Jolts District Tournament.
ford County had to endure long long was rained out and moved to Sunday played right behind the win Satellite all 1
lone run year. Truck Plaza coach Dwight Elder J
drive home from Winter Haven Sun-
morning. got its first-ever win over the Stars "The two lost didn't Truck Plaza"Those :
day as the Starke Stars -state cham- They got the first leg of that long winning 6-1 as the Starke team games we we guessed that "eight field teams
hit ball all three
the at the
we won we the District with the
pions in 16-18 year old Softball the last climb bruising Boynton Beach 18-3 managed Just six base hits It the "
two years and 10th and seventh was beat the ball pretty consistently first two wins put us In the top two finishers gaining bids to the
placers at nationals those two seasons McGriff simplified. And that was truly District Tournament and we got kind state event which will be held August
were sent home a disappointing XST. the case. The Stars scored 31 runs of satisfied after that. 1-3 in Punta Gorda. The local men's
fourth from the 1980 state tourney. and busted 37 hits In the opening two That was the way Starke Truck league champions play Friday nightat
'games and bashed 22 more safeties!, Plaza coach Dwight Elder explainedhis 7:30: p.m. against the host team,
"From seventh In the nation to 15 in the last three innings, against club's collapse against either National Parks or Stottler
fourth In the state...," Stars Coach dazed Boynton Beach. But in the two Gainesville's Hogtown Rollers in last Stags of Cocoa. Hogtown Rollers of
Jerry McGriff muttered as he steered losses the Stars totaled a mere 10 base Saturday's "A" Sub-District tourna-. Gainesville, the team that beat Truck
the team van back home, shaking his hits. ment in Gainesville. Plaza out of the Sub-District title
head as he searched for a reason why. Only Bill Goodge and Chub Johnson It was just a three-team field and plays the Green Cove Stars at 8:45
No easy reason could be found. The were consistent throughout, both get- when the Truckers disposed of p.m. in another Friday first-rounder
Stars included nine players with state ting hits in all five games. Hogtown 17-6 Saturday morning and Play continues from 9 a.m. to 10 m.
tourney experience. McGriff had ad- Goodge tagged the ball at a sizzling then rocked Occidental of Lake City Saturday with a break scheduledfrom
mitted that this team with Its 36-30 .737 pace(14 of 19) and had four of the 27-3 a second place finish and ticket to 1-5 p,m. before action picks back
record (best-ever) and .542 batting '10 hits in the losses. He was at his best the District tourney (see related up leading to the finals at 8 p.m.
average (another best) was his most in the big wins though opening with story) was locked up. "Then we let up Saturday night ,
powerful squad of the three seasons. an Inside-the-park homer and three and it really showed up," Elder said. If Starke Truck wins its opener it
He had never looked ahead to say it in Ai RBI's against Titusville, blasting a "It was embarrassing.'' gets another shot at the Marion Coun-
so many words but had hinted that *> s flis two-run homer over a 280-foot! fence Hogtown came back to win 13-10 tians, to be played Friday night at 10
with luck and a good draw, this Stars and plating five runs in the win over and 26-18 to take the title as third p.m. .
outfit might even battle for a national Satellite and going 5-for-5 with three baseman Jeff Brashear tagged two "They sent us home In Valdosta
title when the best In the country con- RBI's against Boynton Beach.The only homers in each of the games.! (21-19)) so we've kind of got a little
vened In Tifton, Georgia, July score in the 6-1 eliminator against As Elder put it "Randall McGee grudge match them "
31-August 2. Satellite was a solo shot by Goodgeover had another super weekend", going Elder said of thoenMari. n County
They'll never get that opportunity. the left-center field barrier. He 14-for-17 (,826) with eight home runs team.
The Stars ripped Titusville-2 16-2 ended with a team-high 12 RBI's and and 18 RBI's. Brian Johns hit four out, "We need to win this thing," Elder
Friday night and Satellite Beach 15-6 scored eight times. with Tommy Wise, Danny McKinney continued. "For just a little bit of

Saturday morning but Jensen Beach ..,.-. -- ...., Johnson hit a three-run homer and Joey Bennett and Jim Lewis all clipping pride after last weekend if for nothing
the rival that was runnerup to the racked up six ribbles as Starke buried three homers at Westslde. Park. else."
Stars the last two seasons and had lost Boynton Beach after being behind 3-0. i
all four previous meetings betweenthe He had started with a 3-for-3. three

two powers scored four unearnedruns .. .11i dYa L: i RBI night against Titusville and end-
and tagged the Stars with a ed his SenIor Boys state career with a Northside Baptist 3rd Again;
demoralizing 5-4 defeat Saturday Whd. Said Lefties Can't Turn 2? .625 tourney! a team-leading 11 runs I
afternoon. That'put the local senior Lefthanders ren'f supposed to play second base but Stars southpaw Chub scored and eight rams batted in. '
boys in the position of having to win Johnson turned three twin-killings and just missed two others in the 154: win over Steve Griffis, another 18-year-old Su1J-District.
five straight and it became five in Satellite Saturday. was the only other player over .500, Kingsley 5th in ;
hitting .583 and pitching most of the
way. Pat Mundorff had four hits Northside Baptist had to settle for Its second time out, also survived
against Boynton Beach, three against third place again one spot away First Baptist of Gainesville 12-11
I Junior Stars 3rd in Winter HavenThe Titusville and ended with a .474 from qualification to Districts but before losing to runnerup Church'of
average. Mike Jackson was six for his as coach A] COlton noted "Old Wesley God of Lake City 10.9 in the loser'sbracket
Junior Stars the first Starke first[ eight scored eight times, and didn't get us this time" In last finals. Ridgeview and Churchof
who saw action had a hit, eight which had readied itself for the ended at .421. Tom PaTadino rocked a weekend's Sub-District Church tour- God move on to District's. ,
to at the State
group compete scored five had RBI's and all the tourney with play in the Men's Church homer and
year-old tournament since the birth of against Satellite was nament played In Maeelenny.Gainesville's Kingsley Lake Baptist was fifth in
the Starke youth Softball in fielders had at least one putout in the League of third place and pitted 3-for In the Friday night win over tourney losing twice by one-run
program win. Hudson was 3-for-4 with three them against the 1979 national and Al 4-for-7
Titusville Chapman was
run Churchof
1975 was third at last weekend's Wesley Methodist had margins.They were edged by
and Bennett
Florida championships In Winter was also 3-for-4. nerup Satellite Rockets in the winner's in the opening two wins. knocked Northside out of the playoff Christ of Lake City 10-9( in their first
Haven.. That win assured the Starke team, bracket finals. As a team the Stars hit only.404 ((69 picture In the'78 and '79 Sub-Districts game before busting Faith Baptist of

The Junior Stars won their first two of 171),dropping their season averageto but Northside turned the table this Macclenny 15-0 in five innings end
in the rain-Iogged'event before falling --------. --' -- --- -.... -- .539. year,winning 19-4 and 1-0 decisions as edging a Live Oak team 10-8. First
twice and settling for a disappointing Only Bill Goodge and Chub Johnson Randy Jones tossed a four-hitter in Baptist of Gainesville eliminated the
third one spot away from a team were consistent throughout both get- the first round meeting of the two Starke Church League runnerup 4-3.
trophy. ting hits In all five games. teams and Ricky Norman spread Starke third placer Church of God
They started a bit slowly In their .r Goodge tagged the ball at a sizzling around just seven 'hits in the 1-0 was put out In two games. '.
shutout. Alvarez scored David Thigpen hit .623'.with 'GIIe
Friday night opener managing only more STARKE STARS on pg. 11A Jimmy on an
nine hits but escaped with a 3-2 win error for the difference in that game. home run. Greg Alvarez hit .613, and
over Jensen Beach as John Bennett Northside which lost to first placer Stuart Duncan was at .529 with'one
tripled and Blaine Dyal got him home .. J. Ridgeview Baptist of Gainesville homer for Northside.
with a sacrifice fly in the sixth Inning. ". .. :.

Solid defense was the real key. The .
south Florida team put runners at .. 9

first made and in the second bottom after of one the out last was but 5 Qualify for Sunshine State Track & Fieldmeters I

Starke shortstop Clayton Norman -. Five track and field athletes from (109.4 yards), with a 12.55 '
came up with two clutch plays to qualified in the Open ((18-and-over)
the win. First he backhanded Bradford County have qualified for qualifying best, the 200 meters, with a shot put and discus with best efforts of
the first-annual Sunshine State 25.10 best and the long jump with a 32-7 and 85-6 and
a ball in the hole and threw to Lynn Loper will be in
Dyal at third for the second out. The r Games an event dubbed" "the mini- best jump of 16-3Vfc.She has gone 12.02 the Senior girls shot put,with her besta
7t of Florida. The track
last batter olympics com and 24.90 in the sprints (and under 60 23-9.
the hole but again Norman hit a grounder Into petition Is to be held all day Saturday, seconds in the 440)). She'll also run on
went left and
... + July 26. the District III 400
tossed back to Emmett Watkins at second & meter relay Pam Linda and Brad Russell also
A series! of qualifying meets for the
quartet. for the
for the forceout. .. qualified state Junior Olympics
The offense got cranked Satur- -- }._'f:1liirtbofNorman District III team, which includes! 14 Fellow Roadrunner Linda DeWitt to be held the following Saturday -
up northeast Florida counties from made the team in the Junior girls August 2. at Winter Park's
day morning bashing 18 hits and Gets .
Dirty Ocala and Palatka was held at
Pasadena up 5,000 meters (3.1 miles) with a quali- Showalter Field.
Lakes 102.( Every player Shortstop Clayton Norman of the Junior Stars went low to spear this line drive. Orange Park High and Florida Junior fying best of 22:25.6. but because of a At the qualifying meet in Orange

College.14yearold. change in the Games program will Park Pam made the grade in the 100
Pam Hawkins, the sizzling have to run in either the Senior girls meters ((12.88), 200M ((25.99)), and
The start of the afternoon
game was sprinter from coach George (16-17)) or Open classifications at the. '400M (63.59)) In the girls 13-14
rained-delayed (as was the norm in Loper s Bradford Middle School Sunshine State meet. category. Brad Russell
qualified in
wet Winter Haven) and when it finally
Roadrunner made the
program BHS
1980 graduate Barry Thomas the boys 13-14 group in the 100M
wished tehdadn't Junior Stars quickly District III team in four events. Running will compete in the long jump, qualifying ((13.14), 200M (26.02), and long jump
Dyal The local junior boys In the. Junior ((13-15)) girl's
with a beat of 21-UVfc. ((17-6)). Linda ran 13:42.7: to qualify in
On the did jump out to a 2-0 lead as Scott category Hawkins qualified in the 100 Chills Hawkins Pan's older sister Vie 3,000 meters for girls 11-12.
RunJunior Hudson who led the team with a .538
average for the weekend roped a
Star to left to leadoff the first inning
Blaine Dyal' and Craig Sapp went the other way
Starke Summer Baseball Team Ends 13-10-1 I
head keeps ;
an for a RBI triple into the right field _
rte on the second corner. John Bennett lofted a

baseman sacrifice fly to left and it was 2..(). Bradford High's summer baseball ding to'a summer'batting average willing to devote their summer to
as he heads for But Satellite, a team that needed little team ended its schedule 1310.1 with a Hartley guessed would end "around baseball were hard to find despite the
third againstPasadena lAr help anyway took advantage of doubleheader loss at Palatka's ..320 or .330." Scott Allen was 4-for-5 fact that Hartley had an unusually
eight walks as Starke three times American Legion team last Thursday with a double and two runs and Bill large corps of players from his young
Lakes walked a man to load the bases. It night falling 10-9( and 8-3 despite! having Goodge had two hits, Including a double BHS team this time. The game roster
The Slarke B" was 8-2 Satellite when heavy rains more base hits than the hosts In and two runs batted in game one. dwindled down to nine or 10, "at the
13-13 year old. cancelled all play Saturday night and both encounters. Allen was 2-for and scored twice In most 11 or 12", warm bodies for the
whipped the 1 I the Junior Stars couldn't make up the The Starke Recreatlon- Iponsored the second game with David Sparks backstretch of the summer schedule.
:Miami area lost ground In Sunday morning's con- local squad left 12 men on base In the going 3-for-4 with an RBI and
team 10.3 In this !; tinuation losing 103. opening game and stranded 12 more steals. Randy Parado was 2-for-3 and "The turnout really disappointed
game but were ff''--r' Pasadena Lakes came back out of in the nightcap. That and a total of 23 Goodge 2-for-4. me" Hartley said In reviewing the
knocked out of the loser's bracket to play the Junior walks Issued by Starke pitchers let Goodge came on In relief of Allen first-year project "I think it's ,a
the tourney by Stars In a game for a trophy Sundaytop Palatka win despite the hit count of 23 and allowed just one run over the last shame more of them didn't take ad-
the same club. .r iivr ( two teams won trophies) and for, Starke and just 13 for Palatka. 4Mi frames. vantage of It. They're going to come
seven shutout innings later the Starke The walks were a continuation of a back in December to come out for the
season-long malady. "The number high school team and be
a little
team sent
was home a 4-0 loser
'. one problem we've had all year and Summer Baseball behind
guys that were with us all
..? Hudson's four: runs scored also top the one we have to work on when we Doubtful for 1981 year I was real pleased with the nine
ped the club and his three runs batted start again in December is control," to 10 that were with us all the way.
,In tied Dyal for the most for the BHS Baseball Coach Mike Hartley Bradford Baseball Coach Mike These summer games helped them
"'. .1 Junior Stars. said of the games. "The kids we've Hartley admitted, not without a tingeof and they'll be a good nucleus to work
w Norman was second In batting got pitching throw hard enough and displeasure that the summer with next season"
average at .455 with left-center- have enough stuff to be successful baseball program for high school age Next year much of that nucleus will J
"- fielder Craig Sapp. who also played but we, just have to stop all this boys will probably again be a thing of making a second summer
,. .. ,strong defense third at .417. Bennett wildness. You have to throw strikes." the past when the hot.'months roll schedule under Hartley questionable..
', Watkins alit. and Jeff "Punkin'1 Starke's batters were on the mark around next year. "With all those kids graduated nexl-
".".. .... Johnson .364 for the tourney.As though they got little In return for As In past attempts at off-season year! we Just may not have enough to-
a team the Junior Stars hit .363. their 12 hits In the second game,'ad-. baseball programs. Starke players do it," Hartley said.I .


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Dixie Major Stars Split 2 Games .


.Starke'l 11-12 year old all stars up three-down and had alreaoy rack-
p a were knocked off by Keystone for the ed up seven of his 12 strikeouts after

Ilt ', w l i; second time In as many yean but the 3V. inning* but with one out in the
Starke club came back with a 6-2 win fourth Keystone finally had a
Tuesday night against Bel-Med baseninner as Terry Marvin went all
fir sCiTajifpdNr American to hang In the District 7 the way to third on an infield error..
Dixie Youth Major League baseball Everts, who was :J-for-3, followed by
tourney being played at Gainesville' cracking an RBI double down the left
Northeast field line to break up 3'>it innings no-
The local nine .nptherelimination hit ball for both teams. Everts then
game Wednesday night.If swiped third and scored on Sean
it survived! that contest Starke will Porter's groundout for a 2-0 lead.
be In the final four and will play The way things were going it seem-
tonight. Thursday July 24. against ed the game might end that way 2-0-.
41 but with two outs in the Starke fourth
T and Brown on via a walk center
t i I{y Tt t RL\ '' I t fielder Stephen Jones lofted an Into-
t t 7 I ran the-wlnd home run over the 185-foot

fence in right center. It was the first
hit for Starke and faster than you can

say no no-hitter the game was tied 2-2.
Everts, who came on after Darren ....
Green sat the Starke stars down
without hit In the first two frames,
was the victim but the big right
: hander surrendered just two more I

._.. .. _,. ___ hits while fanning seven in four inn-
"' '' ...ns.4.. ,- t o---r; r.o.; .".. .;. ,HI&. ...-'- ". -- __ m .
.. .... yas ings. Keystone took the lead back
The Only Runs for Stark against Keystone with two runs In the fifth as Joey

Stephen Jones (between numbers eight and IIJ) gets a lift Jones' home run broke up a Keystone no-hitter and tied Alford walked and Tony Raleigh
I from his teamates after rapping a two-run homer against the game 2-2 but the local stars suffered a 5-2 loss before Brown threw doubled to the fence for. one run.
Keystone! In Major League all star play Monday night. 'winning Tuesday night. In Monday's Ma Raleigh then scored when a throw-
game whiffing down to third got past Starke' Chuck
won 52. Coburn.

Hustling catcher Sean Robinson
doubled for the local team with two
outs in the fifth but he was waved to
third and two perfect relay throws
five in a nailed him for out number three. In

C. the last-chance sixth Brown kept
I ( 3D04Minor (! ( righty allowed Starke's hopes alive with a two-out
hits, but it wasn't sine but Everts blew a called third
; managed only by Darren Chandler to end the \

Keystone pitchers game.Robinson. I
Brian Everts. reached three times for I
smoke, breezed Starke with his double a walk, and a i
Innings three- fielder's choice.

I League Stars League Smallfry SoftballThe Major topped the zo.a p..ls 1flp1...d mr. a Mom I I

Peanuts were the big winners '- -, .. .,.d w1w wd 1omI
In the last place lint,J Mta Inw.mt Utetoxl....___1
Major Softball last
Smallfry week
with a 25-23 win --.
Get 1st-Ever Win being the only league team to come T-Ball baseball -------0/ ,
out on top twice. dwM.d. w.d .1..d .
The Peanuts beat the Ponies 17-10 Pratt St. Field. .wan .01...1..d Him. _kM ..... Mrs,.,.. .,,*
two home MkA..l 111 wad-b..h ww.d a..-..
Starke's Dixie Minor League Stars night before winning Friday's cham- and then topped the Kermits 10-4 as had three hits for !
Randy Thompson smacked a grand-
us .n
got their first taste of victory In 9-10 pionship game-12-11 over the host Kim Nettles and .
slam home run in the first Inn- 9 a MW
year old all star playa 14-6 victory team built up an 8-0 lead Wednesday very home runs in the c..da. cMd _..... ....k. M.eI.' ..,..Awdp"
over Bel-Med American last before finally scored its only Ing.In hitter Brad J&._. ..... __. wad_ II.01'' _'n.
other games Maria Thomas three times he I *fM>riiMft f M6i M.... Tfcenw O-taMPi. ..Mm.4M4 .
Tuesdaybut the meal was a short run in the fourth Inning. scored five times in a 17-3 win for the D.rrlW wnmtty. itararf twta*.
sitting as Middleburg walked by the Snoopy over the Muppets. M.cINlw' s..l. ,,_. 5.551. _.
local -._ A.dp" N.sN..d., a.-.d ...,
youngsters 11-} in. Wednesday Robbie McRae led the fourth Inning'off ClwtaCrtjcfcon
-.JooIy II 4 I I 14 ... .
night's semifinal, leaving Starke 1-2 with a double and Timmy Smith ..... shillpanlte i 4 "f U _wdlapk.rs OWl... NNIT Aw- s.d f/qM.
and tied for fourth with Lake City in singled him home for the only Starke d 11t
the double elimination tourney. tally. -.-........... .,II.1_.o.eM.o./N./
-- Nrsdw.dd.d rw.Mdi.FrM .

"Walked by" can be taken literally; Robert Starling and Richie Taylor -- ..July'r Ia I t I ,. lYmmU0 rnrnU$110 .

Starke pitchers allowed the unbeaten both doubled, and Dewey Williams ..... 1. t 4 I / ,
then Middleburg team just one bit but and Richie: Barnes had single but the .- Nlw.p --.
dished walks base hits smattered "..k.... -. a..te1 Idol.wad. .. Kay Allen and Kim
out 13 Middleburg, six Starke were CoeoI''" buS_,4.. Warner Brown were both
which lost to Keystone 3-1 Thursday through the six innings.. Tmrnntt 4 I l. 1 1 l 2 2-for-4 In the doubleheader.Allen .
Nn.w11 .. 1 i ,I Aug. pitcher Brown.-and Nancy
saws Hrfy TtumplBH Mt.tfWNl.-! IMM,. girls can sign up Grider and Hope Jackson were defensive i"
ad MM sd 3 nwwi Ida Vuv.M*lfl.MtW 9 HHMMI.. standouts. said ,
football Starke coach"Marian
I. .,te..d.wk.'t.Nwwd. m.i. MM.A._a..",.;...,..., / the Union. County Walmsley while Lawtey

more Starke Stars from M. log ... ,; th, d.r.JooIy "i' '.- Saturday. August coach Edna Allen singled out short
. liapm I stop Daphone Williams and second

.737 pace(14 of 19) and bad four of the average they had coming; in. Pat _T_ Ado. _a_._I 1 Tw. 1.. 7-13 are eligible defensive baseman work.Monica Perry for their
10 hits In the losses. He wa at his best Mundorff had four hits against Boyn-. _hd. a. program which
In the big wins though opening with ton Beach three against Titusville. M.I.a..-.....-5lW huh- four Pop Warner The Starke girls go to Green Cove
for a ( doubleheader
l.I.wl..hy.dd.d 1- Conference well p.m. Thursday
ten as
an inslde-tho-park homer and three and ended with .474
a tourney ..,.......,.J.11.. team In the Lake night are home for a 9 a.m. twinbill
average. Mike Jackson was six for his ( ike with Reno
RBI's against TitusvUIe blasting a Tuesday. July 29. and then
first eight, scored eight times and .
two-run homer 280-foot fence 11515.1 at RMC in host Green Cove for two at 6
over a .. 11 games
ended at .421. Tom Paladin rocked a Mmmii MINA TtMlw w>.1. Hw rs..l.Mwl. "
and plating five runs In the win over homer and _. .TM..wa..d.a..te Nlte, ..p..dualI1,1111l : p.m. p.m. Thursday. July 31..
against Satellite
Satellite, and going S-for-9 with three was ..k.d.a.q.rsd Ciwd Iwo.d s.5,,...
RBI's against Boynton Beach. The 3-for-4 in the Friday night win over, "....d Md. 5..Id.
Titusville and AI
score in the 6-1 eliminator against Chapman was 4for7In E.nl.l t 4 1 !. Boy from Starke
the two
opening wins. e..nN 141 17
Satellite solo shot
was a by Goodge Asa team the Stars hit only .404 ((69 __ rwl. _... w55 1 n.h. .l.4.n .. Starke Wins Pitch-Hit-Run
over the left-center field barrier. He ...... _.
of 171),dropping their season averageto s. -1-- In PensacolaTodd
ended with a team-high 12 RBI's and pwa. li ii.ciiin.i. T .al.w. i im4 ....... .
scored eight times, raising his season .539. _. .......... ItaM dl! uinj s MmMt .... a rough opening McLeod. the son of Mr. and
batting average up 23 points. to .663 in vaws w Kbn_mtM t aw..aA. Starke girls Mrs. Wayne McLeod. who lived In

the process., <(< year-olds) win Starke until moving to Pensacola.
Tourney Notes: \\ at Westside Field was the 12 year old winner in the local
Johnson who for the third year In a Pitch. Hit and Run competition held
row ended as the Stars' leading hitter The Stars gave up four unearnedruns rw'ta' % two home in Pensacola July 12.
with a '.668 average hit a three-run in each loss, all on errors in the
Mack'and Laura Todd. who will go on to compete at
homer and racked up six ribblea as field. That, prompted McGriff to. ;,: for the Lawtey' the District Competition in Mobile.
remark "The difference In the whole
Starke buried Boynton Beach after .
,' old
: which moved its Alabama. July 26. was the 11 year
being behind 30. He had started witha weekend" was a couple of crucial er- splitting games winner In the Starke Punt. Pass. and
3- ,ors three RBI night against rors. Kick event last year.

Titusville and ended his Senior Boys home run was the He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs..
state career with a .625 tourney a The Starke group took 29 room at Starke team but E.!:. Thornton of Kingsley Lake.
team-leading 11 runs scored, and the Best Western in Winter Haven and ; i
eight runs batted In. the Stars games along with Satellite !
.Steve Griffis another 18-year-old games seemed f> be the best- ;
was the only other player over .500 attended. : :

hitting .583 and pitching most of the to know the best
way. All the rest lowered the Even: with the losses the Stars "

'overall record for five Senior state reason to buy a
'tourney appearances Is 18.8.cettourney .

VICTOR from the Office
batting'averages had

1 'three regulars over .600 (Chub Shop?
Johnson .668 Goodge .663 Chapman 1
..603)) and 11 over .500 (Inducting Mun-
dorff .591. Chuck Johnson .569, and. Because when yourbreaidown
John Thompson who attended a UF

football camp snd didn't play at state. machine ,
.567)) Both figures represent records r

torthe? Stars. we'll give you a aloanor ,

5422.The Stars outscored the opposition


As if Sunday wasn't blackened .,

enough by the loss the day was marred . .
further when the motel ownership tl Y I ,
complained that the Starke playersleft s

their rooms In terrible.shape. at : r.,
check-out time. '
A Printing Calculator
r '
?g Many teams In ;>the ..tournvy and adding machine
especially in the Junior Boys division. calculator
You won't hate to repeat his name : .
{ were playing their first games as a jor League. to operate with minimum! training \ \ : ,

team. getting together after youth ;.Mom of them well remember : from.calcu- >
baseball seasons to enter the event. Chapprir home runs nail over the machfne keys separated f : ..; ;

Probably none had played as many Lawtrv ballflrM. Ills slashing swing : minimizes operator error.; .. #!l. '
the Star and
Junior Stars
game as t
this station a total recognized an \ ,
(who played In the Starke men's and lion. u.partml'nll'C't'I'nll honored ;\ s "adding machine": logic: :,;, ,,, .:,,: 'I- 4i r
mans! church leagues respeC! velyl.- -" "I ...Infilp".nd liartl."'the ,
JiI.- ; ; drop-in ribbon cartridge for fast. : }f
,'iousl,1ICIt to brag about his .; '
eager \ {
Most of the learns I.tM 'fielddidn't *
He didn't hit his tint homer until and easy change >rl.
hide \the fact they were rooting he was a terror..three time ., ,
for someone to knock off the two-time SO homers In the lasts games or :: :: '

stale champ Stars. Razzing by Jensen "lie. hit a lot of them up in the- ,
Beach even angered the Stark. team'and Chappcll's coach with the $14900 .
parent Sunday. thai hit the distant water tower
As coach Sydney Jackson put It in a bulb perched on the light tower In
team meeting before the penlnlpme "That one didn't, go "'"1'.r 'eva ;
"Everybody's gonna be, after 12-year-old: explained. '

:' in. they've been after us. ,for. two Was he .thinking about clearing :!
'Pump Up" years. we're losing I think about It but If w.. ;
"We came down 'here for 'one "SH
Junior .n.'I'<<'4. And hi. ttatlstlca show
Stars oulfltldrr'Cralg 8appurge '
:'thing.:. that' to win he continued.1.And .
;Mike struck' out limes
his only seven :
leamates to get up and go I.
after a Satellite team that held aa *-3advantage. 18-year-old Al Chapman added! average and a .777 ....,.....
don't care if I win another towna'ment "
Next :Mike will
The Slarke team didn't year move up to Fla. 964-5784
in lit St; Starke.
my I Just want to win for father Hiram ,
make up the lost ground falling l3. twothis state and nationals. '* Chappell with the ;


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2 Inmates File Suit } ..':...; .,, UF's CharleyPell ..II -

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.., ."

Protesting ConditionsTwo ,"":.7:. ,: ,. '!!"rj'\' 'Ii:' 'Goes Behind Bard?' f

Inmates at the Bradford Coun too many to be housed at one time cIt ,"" University of Florida football coach between the end lines." -
Starke have filed a suit In Charley Pell talked about his Gaines After fielding questions front the:
Federal Court In Jacksonville "When the jail was built, the word behind ban Tuesday evening but audience Coach Fell and his wifeWard :
the conditions at the local rehabilitation was not even coined. / 'I.:.' everything was "on (the up and up."' and guest retired to the Administration -
challenging People couldn't even pronounce ltn 1'. "J .'. Building\ for Sangria and;:
In the civil suit, handwritten on a much 1 less know what It means," Red- The occasion was the second annual hors d'oekivreS' which had been-
yellow legal pad and notarized by dish says. "Charley Pell Night" at Union Correctional prepared by the wives of some of the'

taller Jack Brassell Inmates Curtis But the Jail Is better than It used to ," v, ." Institution, memberf 'of" the Stark QuarterbackClub.
Lee Williams and Raymond Joseph be, Reddish added. F'v''fl' Entering U.C.I. to an upbeat'version ,y1 I -.
Martel,Jr.complain about the lack of "I went to work for the sheriffs of "We Are the Boys of Old Theni alter signing autographs and:' I
light, fresh air and exercise, the department in 1957 as a jailer and I Florida," Pell talked, answered questions promising great things for UF's football ..:
cramped quarters, the threateningand lived at the Jail for SV years," he and exchanged Jokes with Inmates future, Charley and Ward return-
capricious attitude of the Jailers, says. "And there ain't a hell of a lot and public guests lt1 the ed to the heart of Gatorland, "-' :: i
the lack of medical attention, the about Jailing I don't know. One thing I Inmate-constructed chapel for full \. I

hasards.food, racial discrimination and fire know. b, it ain't no place to live," hesaid. 7j I""'" ,', hour .' I I

Reddish pointed out that one of the Calling the '79 Gator season "an
"They are really just combining
Bradford i
CoWboys =
.. the .testhe'd
that "we are taking their freedom first things he did when he took office unusual year. toughest" :
away," Sheriff Dolph Reddish says. succeeding his father, the late P.D. ( ) ever had as a coach Pell
"If we were to contract with the Reddish, was to hire extra Jailers to cited the Immediate reasons for the.team's C.IarWsaIiSifnupsI f !
work eight-hour shifts Instead of live- disastrous performance
Holiday Inn, we'd get Just as many. I
complaints,' he In, on call 24 hours a day. "Our kicking game didn't work,
The complaints didn't seem to faze The sheriff answered the Inmates' and then within the first three gameswe Is Saturday f i
Reddish, who either denied or explained complaint of racial discrimination In -Stiff lost a starting defensive end two
each complaint, noting this choosing trusties by saying., "The ( starting defensive tackles to knee The Bradford Cowboys Pop Warner:
time the jail has been taken to court first trusty I had was black.: surgery, and our All-American football team will again be holding a;
by Its inmates.An Former jailer Ed Wall now an In- linebacker Scott Brantlev combination car wash-registration I
Inspection of the local facility by vestigator for the public defenders office "But our team was not as far from Saturday from a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
the Department of Corrections In October pointed out that there were two being good as most people think," Community State Bank parking l lot. _' I
of laat year listed some of the black trusties when he worked two Pell told the near-capacity audience. A wash-wax-and-clean will be$10,a"
same deficiencies as the Inmates suit. years ago.Trusties. 'Bull Gator' AutographFlorida "We were ahead or tied at the half in wash-and-vacuum 13, and a regular:
A summary of that report by Inspector at the jail are allowed wash- $2.50 with the money going 10(
Football Coach Pell his John Hancock to Gator fan during eight games last year.
Ed Sands out "there much greater freedom of movementthan Charley pens a
pointed fund the youth football ,
his Citing the 1980 team's strengths and program. -
Tuesday night visit to UCI In Ralford.
and most Inmates and generally
to be excessive clutter
appears weaknesses, Pell refused to predict will be for boys and
litter. Lighting continues to pose a assist at the jail. next season's record but stressed girls aged 7-13s. :.
in the "Most people In jail don't want to t
problem. There are no lights look -
that "if (Gator fans) me In the
and trash and
cells with fixtures In the hallway.The sweep and mop carry
entire second floor listed as Inmate mow the lawn. They don't want to Sunshine State Games eye team and,then say the record they're will proud take care the of Some Go ForUltraLight r
housing area Is In need of paint. labor, which is a form of exercise. "
'There is insufficient space to permit Most people who da time in jail are itself. Fishing .

private meetings between not work-oriented. They detest work.I ". Get Asked why a number of high school Fishing to many people means stiff
prisoners and their attorneys. know from personal experience, Official Start blue chip quarterbacks had failed to heavy lines; however, to a
"Outdoor exercise Is not availabledue Reddish lays.Reddish pan out for the Gators as signal few people light line and a limber rod
to limited staff.Space in the rear defended the jail food. GAINESVILLE-Florlda's first Governor Graham, a Parade of Sun- callers Pell responded simp- can mean heavy action. Those few
of the jail could, with minor Im- "The food is great. Our cook has mini-Olympics, the Sunshine State shine State Games Athletes, and a ly"Because they're not quarter- who venture out with ultra-light
provements, provide a secure area been with us 15 years. She's not an Games, will officially begin at the number of thrilling surprises backs." tackle and line can enjoy a greater
for outdoor exercise," the report con- open the can cook. She is what we calla Sunshine State Games Opening He then told the parallel case of a thrill with smaller fish. ;;
tinued. vittle cook. But supper Is what the Ceremonies at 7 p.m.Friday,July 25 "The Sunshine State Games Is the 1959 Bear Bryant recruit who was the Favorite species of the ultra-light'
Reddish pointed out recreation is a two Inmates are complaining about- at Florida Field on the University of; beginning of a new sports future in the hottest prospect In the nation as a fisherman are bluegill, redbreast;;
fringe area."Recreation. sandwiches every day. Florida campus. Governor Bob State of Florida; Bob high school quarterback. "But he ..Suwannee bass and mullet These
was unheard of when Another complaint filed by Graham and thousands of Floridians Graham said today. "The Games are never played a down of football for fish, with the exception of mullet, can
the local jail was built in 1952 and It Williams and Martel includes the lack will gather in Gainesville to pay an excellent incentive for athletes. In the University of Alabama varsity.He be taken on small Jigs, spinners and
has not been added since. We are of contact visits. Regular twice-a- tribute to Florida's Olympic athletes addition to providing a wholesome just never had the ability." top water plugs. r
security minded In this county and I week visits are conducted through a and coaches, as well as the first participants forum for amateur athletic competition Pell also heard the suggestion that Some of the best"hot spots" for the I
would need additional personnel for solid door with tiny, nearly opaque in the Sunshine State the Sunshine State Games provide the Gators had never won a S.E.C. ultra-light fisherman are the Suwart-;
supervision of exercise," Reddish window. Contact visits are allowed on Games. athletes statewide to championship because Florida was a nee River, the. Santa Fe River
says. special occasions and If approved by All of Florida's Olympic athletes, receive the recognitionthey 'retirement state.' "That's a bunch of Newnans lake and Alligator lake. For
He pointed out that inmates coulddo Reddish. The suit charges special occasion except one,have been able to arrange deserve." bull. And you may quote me,"he em- a real thrill try mullet fishing In the
pushups or run in place, with are few. 'their schedules to be the honored Although competition has. been phasized. Pell did mention the UF's spring heads along the Santa Fe I
books, games, and cards provided."It The suit also charges their requestsfor guests at the ceremonies. Roderick completed in swimming, smallboreand famous'November slump,'and maintained River. These fish can be taken on I
was built to detain not entertain.A medical attention are ignored, but FItz.Randolll: shooting; Greg Villa, precision air rifle shooting, the that the championship had dough baits or on the native vegeta
lock-up, pure, and simple," Red- Reddish points out that they invent soccer; Andrew Weaver, cycling; Sunshine State Games Opening never been won because of"a failure tion within the spring. \
dish says, defending the local facility. maladies just to get out. Ron Gallimore and Kathy Johnson, Ceremonies will be held this weekend trt
"It is structurally sound. It is a very Williams,28, Is serving a nine mon- gymnastics; Walter McCoy Larry because that Is when most of the
safe, secure Jail. There has never ths sentence for trespassing earlier Myricks, Fred Taylor and Sandra athletes will be In Gainesville to par' :
been a major fire. The layout makes this year on county property. He has Cheeseborough, track and field; and ticipate. Events scheduled for this r' : I I1
for easy management and operation.And had a number of other arrests In- Marshall Duane, yachting, will be the weekend include: diving, track and 'l ;
it has been renovated within the cluding, assault, fraud, forgery, battery special guests for an evening field, clay pigeon shooting (trap), ,# tE1 "
last four years. I think It Is ade- and violation of probation, according centered around the theme of high power rifle shooting, archery, /1;:
quate," Reddish says. to jail records. "Impossible Dreams." Floridianswill synchronized swimming, canoeingand .. .M' ,v ...
Several years ago the sheriff and Martel,23,is awaiting disposition of also be paying tribute to Florida's kayaking, fencing, gymnastics f.f ,
county commission sought federal five felony cases each with a numberof Olympic coaches: Jimmy Carnes, and boxing. .... .
funds of $500,000 to build a new Jail counts that Include two counts of track and field; Sperry Rademaker.. July 31 will be the date for the Sun-' oq"' "
behind the courthouse. The. request burglary of a dwelling, burglary of a Floral City; and Ernestine Weaver, shine State Games All Star High
was turned down and building plans. structure, grand theft and criminal gymnastics.An School Soccer Game.' During' the I .... ". S....., It
were shelved. mischief. He Is being held In lieu of exciting fanfare is planned for' ,weekend of August 1 *3, competition ._...
Bradford County Judge Elzle S. $25,000 bond and Is wanted In Texas, the Opening Ceremonies, replete with will be held in Softball, basketball .. i If oa-r; "
Sanders thinks the jail Is adequate."I according to Jail records. the Navy Band Orlando,the Navy Fifty clay pigeon shooting (skeet), pistolshooting .....,
think that Jail Is a deterrent and I "Our Inmates are not ordinarily of State Flag Team, the University of cycling, volleyball wrestling S
use It that way. I personally don't see this caliber, thank God" Reddish Florida Chorus, a special address by welghtllfting, football and judo.Noontime .
anything wrong with the jail," says.A .
Sanders says.Sanden class-action suit Involving all67county _. .
pointed out that he usually jails in the state (Arias V
sets short sentences to give people a Wainwright) Is pending In federal ?1 AirConditioners

taste of it."Very district court in Tallahassee.That Gas Grills '
few people stay in the local suit states that Department of
Jail unless it absolutely necessary. I Corrections Secretary Louie L. Wain-
try to keep the population down to 12. wright failed to enforce state law I- Slashed
If it gets above that, I have some of resulting in unconstitutional condi- dWorld'
them released," Sanders said. tions In county jails. A decision on JACUZZI JET CHEF \as .
Both the sheriff and judge point out that case Is expected soon. r Gras S' .
the jail was built to house a maximumof No date has been set for a hearingon Yrs. Finest Grills ,- .:

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Florida seafood at the Bradford Counly Public Library. Free recipe pamphlets $9995 .
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-T Slaying Going To Grand Jury Slashed Slashed

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Representatives of the State At .
torney's office In Green Cove Springs Records show Moore was shot twice .",\... .
by a shotgun, once In the chest and '..
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In the abdomen. .)if-.;,
the Randall Moore murder case In once i .. .-. .r
which two brothers are charged with Moore, after he was shot, made his .l-

the Grand slaying Jury will In Green be presented Cove Springs to the way Mckinney Inside then the called mobile for home an am and ._.i: r.: :;-h'S-';'

either Monday, Tuesday or Thursday bulance. He was transported by ambulance
next week, July 28, 29 or 30. to Orange Park where he was ;
A spokesman said that a decision pronounced dead on arrival. p- l"

'will be made Friday, July 25 on the .
date and time the case will be
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Dale K. Koehler 21 and his brother ': .' .'. I .
Douglas K. Koehler, 30, both of 11; 1.t __ I ; -
Hampton have been charged with the ., .
shotgun slaying of Moore, 20 as he sat .
rf .r on the steps of a mobile home in the .
Hillcrest section of Keystone Heightson
t { { Oak Avenue, Thursday, July 10 at irMa9k: Chef

11:15 p.m. LARGEST "Whirlpool NOW
Moore had been
living with his, MCCHANIi AL NOT EVER MADAwm
r 4. .s girlfriend Deborah) Mckinney 28, for enav a,30.DUNDS LARGE "CUOlcn.S499 1 278
about a year. ANP MHASVKiO 45MCNe9/
The Koehler brothers were arrested IN p/ANe Tae U. WAS ..MADEtiOK
for the slaying after they walked Into 5E4VItMG rsP,, 1KSfi
the Bradford County Jail In Starke on i
Friday, July 11 and told deputies that .SAWYERSLADEGAS -
they were the ones that shot Moore. ,
They weren't even prime suspects at l
the time they turned themselves In.
They were later turned over to & APPLIANCESfarke

deputies from the Clay County 4
Just Clowning Around at New KIngsley Beach Sheriff's Department and were Although h. generally UM 3321N.Modison '
Ronald lcDonlld greeted admirers It transported to Green Cove Springs his len hand to 964-7701
young ( aU' day lurd fiy and Sunday July sign things,
It" 20 al Country Feat'10. The event was sponsored "by radio statlM WQIK and where they have been housed in the x-Praiklcnt Gerald Ford Is .
Hawaiian Tropic suntan products for tile benefit l of Ronald McDonald House, a county" Jail without,bond since that, actually ,ambidextrous-h Jacksonville reen Cove Springs take; City f.
lodging fer "e families of needy hospitalized children. time I can use either hand with ,al' :
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.." ," i ,'\oj.,..,'... .,..'' .. ,-' Shooting Escaping InmateA

correctional officer at Union Correctional ing contraband into a county Jail and presented. to a grand Jury to determine to presented to the grand Jury to to
"" Institution bM been cleared a sentence for scape."The if the shooting was Justified or prevent anyone from feeling that a
by a Union County Grand Jury not. according to Tobin. booting of this type would involve I
meeting FrIday July 1s. 'In the officer Investigation Tyre followed aeons to.Mate Indicate ..' Tobin added another reason why It covering up policy I brutality.,

hooting death of an Inmate trying to statutes and DOC firearms rules" --- "
escape. Harrla Tobin assistant Mate attorney.
\. CO EJ. Tyre waa cleared of for Union County says.. FREE
hooting Inmate Thomas Wilbur He pointed out Florida law says correctional -
Fouls last May 12 when. the Grand officers may use force,even
Jury determined the death to be, deadly
justifiable homicide. Fouta had Tobin added that another Mate escapes.law One One FREE I ,,
cleared two fences at UCI and wall says a law enforcement officer couldbe -
warned verbally by correctional officers charged with a third degree felony With This Coupon
to halt. When Fouta failed to for
allowing an escape.
top after a wal'llln.lMot was fired.
he scaled the final fence to freedom, "The officer could have been guilty LITTLE ITALY"RESTAURANT
be was shot in the left aide of his face of a felony if be was not shot"Tobin
and shoulder with a shotgun blast says..
Fouts died several hags after being
taken to Shanda Teaching Hospital Tobin outlined a longstanding
Gainesville. policy by the Eighth Judicial draft 9646877Offer
State Attorney's office in which someone
FouU was serving a lo-year In law enforcement: which mcludea Good Thru731BO
Santa re CeBssraattv CeUet Mark Braaeh easvleyee Cathy Schoenlag sentence from Volusli County for sexual correctional officers",highway .
displays twe Job....... aide available for public DM. 81GI (right a minicomputer. battery and resisting arrest with patrol troopers,sheriffs deputies... .
skews general tafeniatlea. about different types of Job on a letovlkM violence, along with a three-year other police officers are involved in a 301 & S/ ;*. .
screea. Newly acquired Florida VIEW (left) preeeats moro detailed dataeompUmeaUat term from Pasco County far intro ktc hooting, Those type cases are
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well four-b lCllJl'oloal program frustrated about what to do, we will
detailing effective Job bunUng UPS. .help "you get- your problem
Coupled with a new microcard reader straightened out.0* VinoCo.ordinates
called Florida View, which lists With this comment Senator Chiles
citizens Bradford County toget '
'specific Job data. Santa urge .
search equipment "show* = In touch with his assistant..Dean 0'
anybody might want to kno Peon when he visits this area on
Job," according to.. spokespersonCathy Thursday July- 3U.Dean will be in
JrVhffT ngScbotfungaaid. Start in the County Commissioner's Ptrtof ino Suede
that some people Conference Room l located in the Bradford -
she's talked with didn't realize the County Courthouse from ) 3pm
system was available for public use !
aa well U college guidance counsel For those who are unable to visitpie '
ing. She also said that some potentialusers with/ Dean, Senator Chiles urge peo, QlothPlains :
figured the system wee toe complicated contact ma North Florida Office .
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9JCat torie{ Tnttoo. allot Jacksonville .
v> Lloyd G. Edwards Foniylb.ace TO died July U Mr*. Della Covinffton, 1413 Covmgtoa Mary-Prmtwood., Miami and Mr*. old Mist,died KamT Diane Wilklson, 1 day, We appreciate with thankful heart
Saturday,July 12,at SL Vin
Lloyd G. Edward. Sr. age O. of .in Bradford County Hospital foOowinc LaDe,StarkaTdlod Sunday,Ju France Wllli of Newberry; five cent's Hospital In Jacksonville. all the love and kindness shown us
tw. Sampson Lake died at bu boat a recent ma.a.Start!In Lawtey Mr. ly JO.at bar borne. son.JJJ. Weirsetate. FL. EJuia and Florida. during our time of bereavement the
Forsyta was a Funeral services will be held Satur- Carl, both of Providence. Earl, of Clara E.Han
Wednesday.Having lived tar fir the UfefaBf residual of Survivor Include: her parents,Mr. home going en.
,, day. July 3ft, at New Hone Jacksonville
Bradford Baptist and Lake
County and Butter
past 7 years,Mr.Coward came from : wan a Salt ; and Mrs. Bennett (Beanie) Louis
Jacksonville where to retired M a employed plumber and gnu driUer. Church with fcev.Lw7 on* sister Mrs. LUlU Witt Providence WUkison. Ill .of : maternal The Martin familiesWe
rte box car inspector for Seaboard He was a member of Grace Baptist Moseley.atm'officiating.t Inter- ; M grandchildren; 37 great grandparentsMr.and Lawtey Mrs.
C"O Church.: meat OddFellowsHaile grandchildren aDd 3 Thank You
Railroad. He wall a veteran of WW2 great great McCariey Knoxvftle,Term.
I.' and attended the Church of God. Survivors Include his' wife I&8. grandchildren. ; Words cannot express our heart felt
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
KMCnc SUrvivors include his wife, Freda Ana Moody Forsyth; 4 daughters, Funeral Home. la la charge of Funeral services were held Friday Wllklson, Jr., of maternal thanks for the many thoughts,
Ie- Brown Edwards 3 daughter mac Mm Johnnie Johns of Starke, Mrs. arrangements. at 3.03: P.M.in the Providence Village great grandparent Lawtey, Luther; Me- flowers food and prayers In the pass-
: Norma Edwards Jacksonville. Mrs. Judy; Allen of Branford Mrs. Nancy Baptist Church with Rev.Art Harker Carley Alabama Mr. Willie of ."u Gloria Putnam Michigan and Mrs. Ahrares and Mrs. dm Elder of ofridating. Burial followed In Old Williams Columbus Ga., and Mr. Than you again. God bless.
ttst Sharon Gainer! of Miami; sons Starke;3 Sons Bill Kelly and Klmbo. OtIs Biding Providence Cemetery. Archer and Mrs. Wallace Sessions, Decatur,
Lloyd Edward Jr.,Miami and Tom all of Starke; a step sets.Bin Goodgs Otis BIellIn 64. of Providence Funeral Home of Lake Butler was In Ga.; paternal great The Vasco Forsyth FamilyWe
Edwards Starke; 2 brothers Gene of Starke; 1__...... Ethel Bell of died Wednesday In the Methodist charge of arrangements. Mrs.. Geneva WUkison,grandmother Lawtey alMl
ot't and Merrill both of Stark; and 3 Starke; brother.Tommy Forsyta of Hospital la Jacksonville after aa extended Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lockhart,
Jacksonville. We Thank You
grandchildren. and U fraodcbUdron. wBanI -.. Jacksonville
Funeral service were held Friday. Funeral services were held at 3 to Union County Mr. Welling Graveside funeral services Please accept our many thanks for
July 18, in Jones Funeral Home p.m.Friday.July U,ta Grace Bap owned and operated bin farm until toretired. CORRECTION conducted at were, the kindness shown In the passing of
Chapel with Rev. Melvin Drake of till Church with Rev.Donald Schools. .He was a member of the Pro The Telegraph regrets the error la m. Wednesday our dear mother for the flowers,food
:; July 16, with Elder H.C. ,officiating.
...... kind deeds.
and other
week's you.
ficiating. Interment followed la Lake followed vidence Village Baptist Church. edition of the following Archie Tanner Funeral
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Jones In Crosby J Cemetery with Survivors include: his wile Mrs. ebIt..,,. Home of Starke was in charge of ar
Funeral Home In charge.: DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home la Gary Beaaley BWUnt 1 Providence; The Willie Moody Family
charge arrangements. live daughters ..... Evelyn Chance.

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News Briefs July 24 1980 PageKB

2 Youths ArrestedIn Family Burned Out Teenager Charged Man Indicted Woman Charged

Injured When Missouri With In Ileilbron AreaThe With Shoplifting For ]LB MurderA With Cutting ManA

Van. Car Collide Bellwood residence In the An 18.year old Starke teenager was 26-year old Lake Butler man was 38-year-old Slsurke woman was arrested -
At LB IntersectionOne Stolen BC TruckTwo Hellbron Springs section of Bradford arrested for shoplifting lour cologne indicted by the Union County Grand for cutting a Waldo man la an
Brooker youths were arrestedin County was completely destroyed by- bores from Eckerd'Drug Store In Jury for murder in the first degree incident that took place la front of the
person'wae hospitalized and Jefferson City, Missouri on Bradford fire Wednesday,July 16, according to Bradford Squire Shopping Center in Friday, July 18, at the courthouse in Apartments in the Reno section of
another had minor Injuries in a car- County warrants charging the the Hellbron Springs Fire. Department SUrke at 12:05. p.m. Thursday, July Lake Butler. Starke,Saturday,July III,at.:.p.m.
van mishap with K.soo damage to the youths with pilfering a pickup truck 17.Robin The panel indicted Izell Edmond, Police records show Carolyn Tysonwas
vehicles Involved,on SR-121 at SR-100 from the county yard July 4. HSVFD was at the scene more than Patrice Mitchell was charged Jr. of Lake Butler with murder in the arrested on a charge of aggravated -
.2 miles east of Lake Butler at 11:29 The truck was recovered In Austin, three hours trying to save the home with shoplifting two Jontue Cologne first degree in connection with the battery with a butcher toils "
p.m. Saturday, July 19. Indiana prior to the arrests l, according and contents. bottles and two Charlie White death of Walter Lowe, 63, of Lake of Bobby Flanders.A .
Florida Highway Patrol records to a spokesman for the Bradford 13-firemen valiantly tried to save Cologne bottles, total value'20. Butler last June 8. spokesman at Bradford County
show a 1973 Pontiac sedan operated County Sheriff Department. the wooden structure which was Mitchell was arrested by Records: show the murder took Hospital Starke Indicated Flanders
by Lamar' Brown of Bronson was Johnny Booth and Mickey Titcher engulfed in flames upon their arrivalat Patrolman Eaton G. Mosher as she place at the deceased's home at 171 was treated in the emergency room at
heading south on SR-121 and a 1973 were arrested Monday, July 21, by the scene. Members of the Brad- walked on Edwards Loop Road after NW 7th Avenue in Lake Butler in the hospital for laceration on the left
Ford van driven by Joy Lynn Carroll, deputies of the Montgomery County, ford County Volunteer Fire Depart- tore personnel reported the item, which Lowe was struck with a blunt elbow and was released after treat
19, of Lake Butler, was heading west Missouri Sheriffs Department on the ment assisted with supplying water to taken from the perfume counter. She object about the head and body, ac- ment. The spokesman Indicated
on SR-loo. warrants charging them with break the firemen. was brought to the drug store and cording to Union County Sheriffs Flanders again was treated la toe,
Brown did not stop at the intersec- ing into the Bradford County Road The Bellwood family Include Mr. Identified by store personnel as theo Edmonds records. emergency room Sunday,July X,and
tion and ran out in front of the Carrollvan. Department yard in Starke on Fri- and Mrs. Bellwood 'plus three ne who pilfered the items. was found by deputies was released after that treatment
Carroll's van then struck the day, July 4, and taking ,a 1977 daughters and a son. Members of the Mosher later recovered the items in asleep on a double bed about three Tyson being held at the Bradford
Brown vehicle in the left side with Its Chevrolet pickup truck.A HSVFD and their women's auxiliary the weeds off Edwards Road after a feet from the body. County Jail in StarkeJa lieu 0151,050.FEAGLEI' .
right front. The vehicles then crossed second pickup truck was taken have made requests for clothing and witness observed the items being No date has been set for Edmond'strial.
SR-100 with the van coming to rest on from the county, barn but it was other needed items for the family: discarded. .
Its left side, blocking the entrance recovered by deputies Saturday, JulyS Clothes are needed: Mrs. Bellwood
from SR-100 to SR-121 in the south ,In a wooded area behind the Warren size 15; Mr. Bellwood trousers 33 and
bound lane. The car came to rest on Carver house. 31,-shirt, medium; girl' 16 size a in
the east side of SR-121 on the north- Booth and Carver are being held in junior; girl 13, size 14; girl, 9, small
bound lane.Carroll Jefferson City for Bradford County for age, size 7; boy, 12, size 12 or 14. rStarke
was taken to Union General authorities. Donations may be taken to homes of ;
Hospital where she was treated in the Harvey McCarthy, Johnny Cowart or :
emergency room and was admitted at Out of Control Car Jimmie Gaskins, all of the Heilbron :
the hospital for
She was Springs area.
released Leads to DWI Store Only
from the hospital Monday, Charge
July 21. le nntin ad Paint.I .
$1,600 damage was recorded in a i1fE1N!
A passenger in the Brown car, I TremeneouS Ducounl.rq .
one-car accident with no one injuredon
Helen Allen,19,of Branson,was taken ,. LOW Awns color.
CR-325 in Hampton .2 mile south of ESl ,,,. a lwtsrror Mouenortldeala'
to the
emergency room at the Lake CR-18 Sunday July 20 at 7:30
Butler !
hospital she was treated Florida
and then released. Highway Patrol records James Ray Crawford of Starke
Trooper T.C. Pace cited Brown for show Edward a 1970 Pontiac Elvis sedan operatedby resigned from his job at Union Correctional
violation of right of way entering a Institution and was not fired
Keystone Heights was going north on
through and as was reported in this Thurs
highway no drivers paper
CR-325, off the onto the
ran roadway
license. He cited Carroll for no crossed day, July 17, 1980. This paper regrets
east road shoulder, the ditch the
drivers license and no tag. error.
and struck a tree.
Trooper W.M.Abrams cited Bryanfor
DWI. Bryan was released from .
Woman Gets ProbationIn the Bradford County Jail in Starke
after he *318 bond.

50-year old Starke woman was US,301 S. 964-6020
placed on probation for five years 2 Cars CollideIn \OA50/0
after pleading no contest Monday,Ju- 301 MishapNo Super Sale -
ly 21,to introduction of contraband In- Fcid ysay0 uP
to a state prison In circuit court at the one was injured in a two car ac- GS
c courthouse in Lake Butler. cident with $450 damage done to the 550 LT Thu&sa day
Dessie Kempton was given the vehicles involved on US-301 at NOW FAMOUS MAKER
sentence by Circuit Judge BenjaminM. Jackson Street in Starke, Friday, Ju- t\8QZz POLYESTERDOUBLEKNIT
Tench after he was given the fac- ly NT; at 2:25: p.m.
tual basis in the case. Police records show a 1980 -.,
Officials at Union Correctional In- Oldsmobile sedan, operated by :ca,' DRESS SLACKS
stitution found Kempton with mari- Charles Wendell Fischer, 34, of Tam- GS 1000
juana in a cigarette pack during a pa, was travelling south on US-301 in
search last December 19 as she the inside lane and a 1966 Plymouthcar 5.88
reported for work.An inmate had tip driven by Mildred McCabe,83, of
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Brooker Council Meeting News BriefsEngine

Fizzles Again Catches Fire Firemen Put Out

Car Burns on SR-100 Fire in AutoA

Palling to draw a quorum for thespecial set up for so long with the result that $6,000 damage was recorded when a car sustained $400 damage withno
budget workshop meeting of rust and bacteria accumulated in cat' burned but no one was injured, Injuries in a fire at Pratt and
the Brooker Council Thurs them. Kelly said that with the lines
City on
4.8 miles south of Starke on SR100Wednesday limrel: Streets In. Starke, Saturday,
day July 17, Councilmen Gene early being flushed out, the problem should July 18, at 7:10 a.m. July 19, at 11:20 a.m.
and Joe Tllleson went home be Iminated.
per Florida highway Patrol records Fire department records show they
without conducting any of the town'sbusiness. The lack of a quorum has plaguedthe show a 1979 Chevrolet sedan, were called to put out a fire In a 1906
City of Brooker Council two times
Chevrolet sedan owned by Laurel
operated by Charlie Baskins, Jr., 70,
Present at the town hall were the this month with the regularly scheduled Wilkerson,
of southbound SR-100
two councilmen Mayor Blake meeting of July 8 being cancelled Perry, was on
when the car backfired and the motor
Hamilton, and City Clerk Linda for the same reason.
Robinson. Appearing to advise the With the city being unable to pay its stopped the vehicle running.went After the the motor westside quit Improper Lane Change
Council of the status of the water bills without the approval of the council on Causes 301 MishapNo
shoulder. Basklns then tried to start
system was Jerome Kelly of Sver- everything was on hold Thursday
rRaymond the engine, which then was observedon one was injured In a two car ac-
drup, Parcels Associates, Inc. night.No further changes in the water
Kelly, who indicated that there system could be voted on and no fire. cident with $400 damage to the
No citations were Issued by the vehicles US-301 at Jackson StreetIn
authorizations for on
were only four areas left to be com- partial paymentsto
pleted on the water system, said thatit the contractor building the water highway patrol. Starke, Thursday, July 17. at 6:05:
should be finished in mid-August. system Mechanical and Chemical p.m.Police
The engineer said that all that was Equipment Inc of Branford, Fl could Food Shoplifted, records show a 1978
left to do was to sandblast and paint be approved. There is a provision for Woman Oldsmobile, sedan, operated by
the water tank, set 12 fire hydrants, the assessment of late-fees by the con- ArrestedA Millard Clarence Brown, 55, of
hook-up the chlorinator,and completethe tractor when payment Is not made 38-year-old Starke woman was ar- Starke, and a 1978 Plymouth sedan
electrical wiring on the pumps. within a certain period of time. rested for shoplifting' eight items driven by Nancy June Woods, 31, of
When asked to comment on the Also present was Brooker from the Handyway Grocery Store on Jacksonville were both travelling
recently lifted health departmentorder Volunteer Fire Dept. Chief George O. CR-16 and Lake Street in Starke, north on US-301 when Brown made an
to boil all drinking water, Kelly Pierce, who had hoped to get council And Joyce MoodyTo Saturday, July 19, at 2:23: p.m. Improper lane change striking the
said it had been lifted Wednesdayafter approval for several purchases for Police records show Mary Dee Woods car on the right front.
the water samples had checkedout the fire department. Pierce said that Present Concert At Pine Level Banks was charged with shoplifting No citations were issued by police.
within safe limits. He indicatedthat the money had been appropriated and two Chef Boyardee Ravioli, two Peer
the reason the order was imposedwas would revert back to the county Sunday night, July 27, Raymondand same college. They have two sons, Polish Sausage, 1 Bravo Corned Beef,
probably tied to the lines having general revenue fund if It was not us- Joyce Moody will be presenting a Timmy, who Is eleven, and Jeff, whois H' Lykes Cooked Ham and two FLORIDA THEATRE
ed before October. half hour of gospel music in the even- eight. packages of Lykes dinner franks,
The program will beginat The Moody family has been activein with a total value of approximately.
7p.mg Starke 964-5451
the auditorium of Pine the gospel music field for many (15.
Hurricane Level Baptist Church. They will be years. Raymond served as Music Capt. W.S. (Scotty) Rhoden made
Warning : singing the songs from their newest Director of the Central Baptist the arrest on a street in the Reno sec- Friday thru Tuesday
I long flay album entitled. "All is Church In Arlington, Texas for seven tion of Starke and returned the items
Welll years and in the Victory Baptist to the store. TWO WORLDS Of DISNEY FANTASYI!
Remember Other Storms Raymond, a native of Bradford Church in Weatherford,Texas for two
County, earned his Bachelor of years. Since November of 1978,he has Car'Stolen DSNEYS A 105"W741
Sacred Music degree at Arlington been on the staff of Pine Level Baptist
In CenterA
codes but I still find Shopping
building Church.
GAINESVILLE Dr. Neil Frank Baptist College Arlington, Texas in
had a battle cry, it would be close to buildings that have no pilings" ays 1968. It was there that he married There will be no admission charge Lake Butler man's car was stolen
"Remember the Alamo." But Frank, Frank. "It's a local government pro- Joyce who received her Bachelor of for the concert and the public is in- from the Starke Plaza Shopping o
director of the. National Hurricane blem.Local government can decide if Religious Education degree from the vited to attend. Records and eight- Center in Starke, Thursday July 17, e 'rlthn man"hrhmob
Center in Miami, would say they want pilings or not." track tapes of their singing will be at 3 p.m. and was recovered by police. ,-
"Remember Galveston!" If Frank had his way, Floridians available for purchase. Police records show a 1967 s Tr.-u-n-
In 1900, the worst hurricane In this would follow faithfully suggestions Realtors Endorse Chevrolet Nova owned by Michael
nation's history stormed ashore in such as theseRespond: Gospel SingS McLeod of Lake Butler was
Galveston. Tex., killing 6.000 people to warnings, and pilfered from the shopping center.
t at RaifordThe
and breaking up buildings like kindl- evacuate if officials ask you to do so. Clean-Up DriveA Captain W.S. (Scotty) Rhoden was 301 DRIVE IN
ing. "We were lucky in Gulf Snores,"says Fla.-Ga. Gospel on routine patrol when he found the
How long does it take for man to Frank of Hurricane Frederic's ram- resolution endorsing and urging Association will sponsor a Gospel vehicle Saturday July 19, at 9 a.m. Friday thru Tuesday
forget a disaster that takes 6,000 andthrere,'"Everybody responded support of the on-going clean-up and Sing, August 2, at 7:30 P.M. in the
Jives / beautification drive,sponsored by the Civic Center at Raiford, Fla. Woman RobbedBy
Not very long, according to Neil -Make'sure you have enough timeto Woman's Club of Starke,was adoptedby Featured will be The Pate Family
Frank. evacuate before the storm hits. Ac- the Bradford-Union County Boardof from Branford, Fla., and The HitchhikerAn cP
"Unless we do something quickly to cording to Frank, it takes 20 hours to Realtors at their dinner meeting Gospelites from Orange Park, Fla. 18-year old Gainesville man was
turn things around In Florida, we evacuate the Sanibel Island area,and Thursday July 17, attended by 31 The Master of Ceremonies' will be Joe arrested July 16 by police for the armed
could have a disaster worse than the :36-40 hours to evacuate the Florida members and guests. Brooks. robbery last month of a Starke -
one In Galveston" Frank told a group Keys by way of its narrow, two-lane The resolution,originated by Ralph woman who picked him up as a hit-
of Florida Extension Homemakers arrangement of bridges leading to the Bryan,vice president of the organization chhiker.
meeting here for their annual state mainland. expressed hope that the effort UCI Guard Dies Tony Jacobs of 1724 NE 3rd Avenuein
conference. "We've got people all -Never remain! in a mobile home if would extend to areas outside the ci- Of Heart AttackA Gainesville was charged with armed
over this state who are going to stay 'your area will be hit by a hurricane. ty. It was suggested that each realtor robbery after Bobbie Jean Martinof
in their condos on the beach because Mobile homes are just not safe ask the owners of property listed with 59-year old correctional officer at Starke picked him from a photo
they don't believe they'll either blow places in a"hurricane, even If they'retied him or her to clean up that property, Union Correctional Institution was lineup. ...e.-saes oeniaJy 1411mwvco
away or wash away." down, Frank says. (Of the 60,000 if needed,and make it as attractive as found dead in his parked car at UCI, Police records show Martin
According to Frank, major problems people now living in the Florida. Keys, possible.Sharon. the victim of a heart attack, Monday reported to police that she was robbedof PICTURES. EMSASElV es'_ CD
in Florida Include the lack of 20,000 are In mobile homes.Be ) Franklin, assistant vice morning. July 21. $400 by a hitchhiker she drove to .'----__ !:!::!
pilings under buildings, inadequate aware that although hur- president of Tucker Bros., Inc. of Set. Robert L. Carter, Sr. of 1910 NE 5th Avenue in Gainesville.
building codes and structures that are ricanes are mainly a coastal problem Jacksonville, was Introduced by Jacksonville had worked the 4 to 12 Jacobs is being held in the Alachua .PLUS*
built too close to the water, becomingeasy Inland areas can be affected. Inland Bradford-Union realtor president shift Sunday July 20 When he did not County Adult Detention Center in
targets for a hurricane's storm residents are mainly in danger from Cecelia Terwillegar,arid spoke on the return home, his son Robert Jr. went Gainesville in lieu of $10,000 bond. JamesCoburn
surge. wind and falling trees. For example, new "235 government program," looking for him and found him at UCI. .

And storm surge water well when Frederic ripped through nor- followed by a question and answer.. Carter.wasj..retired United State$( ----.. -, ..__. in
above its normal levels, thern Florida and Alabama-last year\ period. The speaker has Marine '
topped by recently with 30-"ears service\and he1 .. .
waves is what really does the 15,000 trees were blown ..down in placed around 45-such loans In Bradford -' had beetf mstoVed! at UCI for eight** :-;. SCOTT WHITEHEAD :" '
Mobile alone,and entire ,
damage in a hurricane. In fact, nine pecan groves County. l' years. -" BaltimoreBullet
out of 10 people who die in a hurricanedie flattened. Sheriff John Whitehead said there BUILDER
in the storm surge! Frank says.. If you are inland during a storm, Lillian Pearson,membership chair- was no evidence of foul play and there
Alabamians discovered the Frank suggests staying in an area man, and president Terwillegar at- will be no autopsy. House Plans Service
devastating effects of storm surge such as a bathroom where walls are tended a District I Caucus of Florida
just last September when Hurricane close together and support is Realtors in Palatka last Saturday, Call 964-6512
Frederic unleashed its fury at 152 overhead. which was attended by Parker Barn- Card of ThanksThe
homes built in an area called Gulf Advice such as this is the result of %hof,president of the Florida associa-
Shores.Of 90 homes on the beach side, years of research at Miami's Hur- tion, and William Watson of Jackson-
71 were demolished even though ricane Center. What is the Center doing ville, presidentelect.A family of Mrs. Willie P. Moody
most homes were built on pilings 11 now? letter was read from the National wishes to express our sincere thanks
feet above the sand dune. According to Frank, researchers Assn. of Realtors, urging local for every kindness shown during the
discovered just after Frederic last associations illness and death of our mother. We The Needle's
The effects of storm surge are felt to continue efforts to Magic July Sale
mostly by those structures built close year that 9-inch round pilings were achieve a healthy economy by slow- food appreciate the visits, cards, flowers
to the water. "The energy of the more effective against the storms ing the rate of federal spending,work- prayers, and love of so many
waves dissipates rapidly as you move than 6-inch square pilings. ing for tax incentives to encourage during this time. God bless each one
inward." Frank explains. "So a And today the Center is experimenting personal savings, and Investment i of you. has been extended
number of yards can matter greatly) with ways to seed hurricanes so plant modernization to increase productivity i'-
in the amount of destruction you see. that the central core of the storm is and reduce government :
In spite of Frank's about slowed. "We want to spread it out a spending.New The family of Clarence D. Harper
the dangers of natural phenomenasuch little- not destroy its path or.its motion associates introduced at this extends our thanks and gratitude to ft % until August 9.
all our many friends for all the help
as storm surge, the drafters of Frank explains.But meeting were: Anne Terwillegar and
mostly the Center is still tryingto Nelson of we received during the
Terwillegar and
building codes In Florida do not seem Realty,
loss of
to be listening, he says. spread its message that Floridians Norman Hedding of Century 21 our dearly loved one. BUY NOW
For example, no building codes In should remember hurricanes such as Roberts Real Estate. Gene Reese an-
Florida give residents good protection the one that racked Galveston. nounced that a GRI course will be
against storm surge. Frank says, "Hurricanes are not freak ac- given in Jacksonville In January and SP..TUf? F.Y I We will be closed
and structures erected without pilings cidents of nature intended to wreak 90 students are needed. .... r:::::::"
death and destruction "
are not uncommon on mankind, e=:: JJ; : 2 6
"Dade. Broward and Palm Beach Frank says."Hurricanes" are natures' s 00 PM Aug. 10 thru 1.
counties have some of the strongest way of losing heat. Sept.
Pvt. Steve
A. Melton IL SAL
Marine Pvt. Steve A. Melton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Melton, Starke,
I The
I II Needle
Sgt. Larry R. Thomas "WE'REWAITING has completed recruit training at the AT THE Magic
Ml.VOT.: N.D.-Technical Sergeant Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris ,

Bennie Larry R.Thomas.Thomas, son Brooker.of Mr. and recently Mrs. I I Island. S.C.During the. 11-week training cycle ;FT uNP.J;=?) r 5 7 9esser" Rssd'da .

participated in Global Shield 80. a he learned the basics of battlefield S''J'' '-" 96':-6300
Strategic Air Command SAC) ex'er. I FOR YOUr I survival. He was introduced to the
cise at Mmot Air Force Base here typical daily routine that he will ex-
The exercise was designed to test I r I o perience during his enlistment and $2 00 STAQV $3 00 DRAGAUCTION
the ability of SAC forces to react to ', studied the personal and professional
emergency wartime conditions. Jfl standards traditionally exhibited & CLAY COUNTY
---- by BRADFORD
In -- on
addition to providing Marines.A .
with realistic training. Global Shield -da 1978 graduate of Keystone Jr.-Sr 1) Rkk R@LqTA RESIDENTS
80 provided training experience for High School. Keystone Heights. he ) %\U0
support personnel including ground MJ.tdtsonviti joined the Marine Corps in January. COLD AND SILVER
and missile crews. 1980.
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Leaders in National Guard':Come: Froni+ at Camp Boa along

"A leader must have the'atUtude each summer for two weeks and a six: stoning u an.officer. a competitiveness which i ins&
that we can accomplish every goal we day course given on three consecutive Designed to train aa Individual to unable to adjust to and Maw out. ad of their accomplishments OCS and one spread over three
"the 1981 Officer Training for the known weekends the for SeniorNCO's.
set Candidate Claan weekends during the remainder of the lead the program has designed. into It Those who are left are Justifiably pro. Canldatos hopefuls as during year
and the 1980 Non-Commisioned Officer for senior NCOs. no matter what their rankis
Class of the Florida National year This summer's encampment has 37 : In their home units ranges m the This AT period has individuals
Guard Military Academy was told by Individuals in the Officers I r basics: of Infantry soldiering to the drawn from many units throughout
participating -
LTC Richard S. Pinson, commandant Canidate School which will complexities of Army personnelforms Florida to train In the skills of leader-
setting the tone for the annual ultimately see only r bw to the maintenance of trucks ship. They have undergone classroom -
training period Saturday July 19. at of them commissioned. approximatelyonehalf as Second and weapons. Even the women are required training the first week and will
Camp Blanding lieutenants next June.The to participate given special) spend Monday thru Thursday in the
Beginning in 1961 with the first OCS two-week pro.he .the training being no field, practicing what they have
the firsts rand camp treatmentThe learned.
class Military Academy now Includes continues with
Non-Commissloned Officer The NCO have been well
programs NCO a, which at Camp Blendingsecond until programs
were started In 1973. These are a theeufolldr tg summer with programs, first begin in 1979 by LTC received throughout the Florida Na-
basic NCO leadership course given AT period after which comes a commis- Pi noun, are designed to Improve theN tional Guard because of the level of
Corp of the Guard. They are an proficiency taught to the ones who
---_.,....... ..., n .._ Intense period of training which the have participated.
trained the areasleap. Assigned to support the Academyare
of Two courses are now local guardsmen SFC James
off ered-a n-weeitBulc NCO School Bloodworth SSG Donnie Bagwell and
J \ given each year concurrently: with the, SPC8 Ray Norman.
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Present Arlnst! i

'Passing he review the command to salute rings oat ..r"tdsv
across the parade field at Camp Standing as the Officer 1
Candidates march past the reviewing stand. ,
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Officer Candidate Ronald M. Scott Opa-Locks. Is Inspected by Sion of Us
classmates| during formation.Learning'to .



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Trading the bright-colored stripes of the movie Indian for the dull modem 9.T
camoflage colors BPS Fred Lee of the 144th Transportation. Company. Pen- 9.t 9.A
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Additional Shows At St. Augustine -Amphitheatre II

Read a Map Diversified entertainment Is being "Cross and Sword". "Forum's" cast ItM ItA
Officer Canidate Lynn A. Burek tries to short-circuit the future rumor that presented through August in the consists of about 20 members of the
the most dangerous thing In the Army Is a 2nd LT with a map. Cross and Sword Amphitheatre) Florida Players accompanied by a rsl n
'through an additional play and dance U-plece orchestra. The ever-popular .aara \i,
concert.: The University Of Florida and hilarious Broadway musical gtt-- I
..I.l4. .. .:; J Players will present "A Funny Thing take place in ancient Rome and acids 0
'.. I. Happened on the Way to the Forum" many an uproarious twist to the traditional :
\ July 20-21, 27-28: and Aug.3-4 "boy meets girl" plot. 8ri
(Sundays and Mondays), The Attendance is very !Important to .,
"Kineconcert",two hours assorted this snow. Cross and Sword sees the
.... dance from modern to tap will play need for a wider variety of entertainment 'I
on August 1 ." days and Mondays. "Cross and and Sword Tuesdays through Saturdays -
.Sword" will continue to: paT, for the rest of the I960 season so a
Tuesdays through Saturdays through that residents and visitors can have ,,
trs August additional summer fare. If enough 38
All shows will start at 8:30 p.m. in support is given for these shows the
the Amphitheatre located two mile possibility exists to offer a number of MPG Rack & Pinion MRG
south of downtown St. Augustine on different repertory tour shows'at the .Steering _
Highway AlA South and tickets: are SL Augustine Amphitheatre in_the CITY Mini Console HWY
the same- S3.M, and *3. '
"Forum" Is directed Dr. Randy Please note the Cross and Sword -BR 76'x 13 Steel T
Bemhard. a the theatre memberships apply only to Cross and nJ
faculty: of the University of Florida Sword and not to the University of Radial Belted Tires >
and a musical director this season for Florida Players productions..
Color Key Carpeting

.....'. Duck Season Dates To Be Approved Front, Disc Brakes Tinted Glass fi3t
The Game and Fresh'Water Fish Members of the Commission are;
Commission will"adopt the 1M041 Chairman Cecil C. Bailey of Jacksonville ,$3976 1
migratory bird regulations' ; Vice Chairman Thomas Hiresof Ira
meeting Friday.July 25 in Laken land Tampa; Donald G. Rhodes of West OR
The waterfowl season dates are Just Eau Gallie; R. Bernard Parrish Jr.of aus
one of the item scheduled for discussion Tallahassee and C. Tom Ralney of & Sales I ax hIs
when the meeting begins at > Miami.
a.m.at the Hilton Inn.1-4 at M north. S
The meeting Is open to the public.. Turnpikes Are IO
'Among the reports) to be presented Safer Said The
ttJ .to the five-member wildlife board Is I
n one on the research by the Division of State PatrolTALLAHASSEE
Fisheries on a "trlpioid" grass carp.
Turnpikes con-
This cross between a bighead carp tinue to be one of the safest roads to ANY I
and a IJ'UII.carp is another possible .
travel on said the Florida Highway .
means of achleVtnlaquatlc c weed control '
Thru The Woods by the grass carp but with the ad- Patrol recently. all FIESTA c.
Yes It Will Get You ded of being sterile fish. The mileage death rate for
Officer Candidates Wesley Marsh of Tallahassee and Michael Pfclelps ef'ickaonville The Division of Fisheries will also Florida roads for 1179 death was 3 S while IN STOCK I
learn the fine points of using compass from Special Forces Cpt be heard during a status report on the the 1.10.turnpike mileage nationwide had rate a rsteGiU was
David Hall of Jacksonville. recent: massive fish kill in the St.
however Florida bad i In-
; an
'Johns River between Lakes Jessup .
of in the turnpike
UYA Workshop Held at IUE and Harney. The six-mile long Ufi .crease mileage seven death percent rate: while nation- 3
resulted in more than 10 million fish at
'wlde there ; percent
was a seven
A workshop on University Year for highlights'., their experiences.; The dying among them bass channel' ca t- decrease. .
Action (UYA) volunteer activitieswas help of these volunteers has gone far "fish and other species.. Colonel Eldrige Beach Patrol
I held Monday.July 21.at the LIE to enhance CCBCI's outreach',and The status of the phosphate-. ,director said. "Whenever possible $100 OVER INVOICE,
reclamation research project will be
I Community Center, 1080 North'fine fund raising programs. > > and you do not have to go far out of
the Office ef En-
Street. In Starke. Citizens Input and questions added presented by your way, limited access highway*,
I Items covered at the workshop In- greatly to, the enrichment of the vironmental.Services at the meeting a*Interstates and turnpikes are
long with a report on that office'*activities facer
UYA workshop. '
cluded brief description of the as well as more economical
project on-campus experiences at Richard Baxter, a UYA field supervisor relating to. the, regulation* -of ,when making trips of some distance."
Santa Fe Community College and from Santa Fe Communityleg. Col. TeFriday follow Records for l>+79 In Florida show mmm TERWILLEGAR I
UYA activities In Bradford County. ., will conduct: a recruiting sessionat meeting I will a that there were 23 persons killed In 17
Mr*. Mary Jo Campbell. Mrs. LIE on Friday. July =. from' meeting Thursday at p.m. Between fatal crashes on the turnpike. The in
Christine Harmon Mrs. Alma' 1:30-3:30 p.m. At this Urns applications the I Commissioners and administrative tantalus In rural areas had 91 per* I' A ,
and field staff.This MOTORS
Jenkins and Mrs. Junlta Taylor who will be accepted,for the up meeting? sons killed In TSjtatal crashes. ,
are all effective UYA volunteer coming UYA all term...Applicants. limited open to theiscussion public will be Trafflc-eoatftsfor 1979 in Fkrtda '
with Concerned Citizen of must be U of or older, In to the Commission which..an Increase ofM "' '
working years age, and SUM, and wtll.bs& ,at the: i totaled 3.8JS 206 W.Madison; Starke Fl. 964-7200
Bradford County,Inc. (CCBCI). gave Hilton Inn. > percent over the UM killed In 197sv


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needed to work weekdays number. printed IH 7/17 lawrence Blvd. next to Andrews Slng.r Future. One ofSinner's acreage on sand bottom near Keystone Heights.

lining with Infant girl al Issue. Anyone who CARPENTER] WORK Drugs. Formerly El- finest machine. lake near Keystone $300 down. SM.84 per WCOIOR MAINES INSURANCE AOINCYi .
child horn starting mid- R.modellngrio. G.. Ceramic Shop. Phone Blind hems darns month Phone 473-4058 or TV
responded to the followingd cabinet and trim Height Owner financing. console model under 160 '. lake Ave., lake
August. Transportation lost week, please call Reasonable 473-34ll. needed. References re carpenter. OFFICI stretch "Ite.... SAND tfnchg 9/4 due
the corrected ..um..... BOTTOM LAKE LOT i $186.30 cash or Insurance Service. TFN
quested. Phone 473-339S In LOST IRISH SETTER In prlcai. Call Ed Oempsey at SPACI across from town Originally sold for over near. Hwy. 100. Hlllcrest LAKE LOTS AND ACMAOI- assume payment or

Melrase after 7 p.m. 3tchg Crystal Lak. area July 4. 473-2477. tfnchg 7/3 hall. 400 square feet. $160 $500. Pay off balance due lake east of Keystone) Keystone Heights' owner $I.IO per month. White

7/17.7/31 Three-year-old fomala. AlCOHOUC ANONYMOUS month. (37.'O.aeh or assume Height $900 cI/l/ w.... financed 10 percent 'Interest Sewing and Appliance FOR SALE
ROOMMATR WAMTED-- silver choker chain and Closed meetings Monday Friday KEYSTONE.. HEIGHTS REALTY payment of SI 3.TO per $131.66 per month. Phone lets on clear, sand Center, 3927 S.W. Archer OFFICE AND JCMOOl SUP-

female. Own BR In 6-room flea collar. $100 reward for p.m. Open meetings REALTOR month. White Sewing. after 6 p.m. 473-4058. bottomed lake, priced to Rood Gainesville, tfnchg PLIES. OlFTIiSee Union

haul Lokofront on Lake return. If found phon. 8 p.m. Alanon Monday 473-4MI. Center, 3527 S.W. Archer 473-4367. 4tchg 7/17-8/7 sell from 9000. One to Times opatI'Monclay

Hutchison. $U3 month. 4733318. Itpd 7/24 I p.m. Alateen Monday In 7 tfnchg 612LOVELY Road Gainesville tfnchg ItMTOUCHMATICMicrowave five acre O\I..looklnglok. 717ItMTOUCHMATIC County and Tuesday 8:39 a.m.

1/3 utllltloi: lint-lost, plus REWARD Male German p.m. All meetings Community HOMI near' 7/17 oven left In (access available) with Microwave oven. left In. to 9 Wednesday-
Educational Building, p.m.
ocurlty. Many privileges. Shepherd/Husky mix missing Church. tfnchg 7/3. Keyslona Height Three PEKINGESE PUPPIES $79 layaway. las meat probe. nice tree from $3.500 layaway. Has meat probe closed, Thursday and Fri.
Phone 473-3110 from 5.11 big bedrooms, 21A. each with papers. Three variable power letting, $500 down $50 a month. variable
power letting, till
from Laka Brooklyn CARPENTRY AND MASONRY day 8:30 ..m. noon.
4tchg 7/24-8/14 fireplace CH/A. access to month old. Irresistible I defrost'cycle, 650 wall Commercial frontage- defrost'
p.m. since 7/3/80. Curled tall Build cycle:, 650 watts, FARM FOR lAlltlll acre.
HELP I 11 MY ANTIQUE squoro WORK. 1.0110. lake, tennis court. $425 473-4818 after 6 p.m. Itchg 5oy_, factory warranty. Investment opportunity. 9-year factory .warranty. land"
dark mottled colors ad part posture part
on. fireplaces,
told and lost. SR-3IN. Owner-talesman.
lamp table own by Freeestimates. month 724. Party left area. Assume Party left 0'_. Assume timber. land. Road 'frontage
mistake at the Lions Club ear up. other down.Answer remodeling. Owner/agent.. 479-1678. II' BOtMTA pleasure boat payment of $19.14 per 473-4375. tfnchg 7/3 payments of $19.14 per two sides. Providence
lloa market hold Saturday. to T-Blrd. Days4134473.Nights.7823906. nchg 7/3 month. Sat AKC DOMRMAN 'U....
White Sewing
partial canvas top, SOHP. month. See at White Sewing Contact Mr*.
July 19. at tho lions Club. 473-2697. Itchg 7/34 Stchg and Beautiful.. ol six. Free and
MOBILE HOME 2 811 2 trailer 2000. Phone Appliance Center Appliance Center, Oorsay 154-I 154 High .
Mon.y will be rolundod. PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING baths central heat/air 473-3694.' 2tchq 7/24-31 3927 S.W. Archer Rood Ar- obadlanca leon, Sire" 3527 '.W. Archer Road Archer Springs, Florida. 41chg iJ

".0.. contact lolly and wollpop. lng. carpeted shaded. $189 SPORTING GOODS FRANCHISE char Square Plata and dom from Square Plato, 7/17 7/24 7/31 8/7. !II!

Zowarka at 4733069. Phon. 473-3477. tfnchg Costollo 473-3014. 7/24 available In Gainesville. 3764466. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN Gainesville, 376-4466. BUIUHNOSIIAII steel clear-

tehg 71'l4 7/10 Itchg. Keystone Heights,!! area. let"SportAbout' tfnchg 7/34 Phone 473-7195. tfnchg 7/3 tfnchg 7/94 span building.. Our lowest
UILDINOSI11 I All tel .
help 21"COLOR HPOSUSSO ..... Examplmll
you p'lc.ln. two year -
build a business' with high TV console model under clear-pan buildings.. Our Singer Futura. One afSinger' I 30-.48'xl2'' far i)'I
warranty. Pay off balance lowest price In over two finest machines. .
HYDRAULIC JACK REPAIR success potentiaL Write 13.992. 40'.72',4' for
WELDINGDRIVISUAfTS for Information lo Sport. due $186.30 cash or year ixamplesll I I30'x48'x12' Blind hem, darn, $6.072. 4B'x72'll14'' for

( V C About Keystone cia Rt. 10 assume payments af for $3,992; 4 monogram, makes buttonholes 6904. 60'>125'xl6' for

TTODD'S Box 309 Statesvllle, N.C. $19.10 per month. White 40'x72'xl4' for $6.072; stretch. stitches. $16,057. Call toll free today
28677. 7/24 Sewing and Appliance 48'x73'Ml4' for $6,904; Originally sold for
Itpd over for price ....
Center. 3527 '.W. Arch.r tOxMxKf, far $'6.057. $500. Pay oft balance duo OO.B48-I570.. 7/24 7/31
MACHINE SHOP Coil toll free today for
MISCELLANEOUSSHORIMASTIR Road Gainesville tfnchg $137.10 cash or assume 8/7 Stchg.: -

I Machine Work 7/17 price guarantee payments of $12.70 per 3 40 CHANNEL Ciiwlth IC 40
General best 1-800-848-1370 III I ,.m.. month. White
ALUMINUM CIDARi 1x6 rough dial, Sewing antenna. Call 496-3779
3tchg 7/Z4-8/7; Center 3527 S.W. Archer
grade-32 eight-foot after. ttpd 7/24.
boat lift and p.m.
HIGHWAY 301 N. portable
Modamede Sevlgna, sometime* called the "queen of boards Road Gainesville
boards 8 ten-foot
dock Call) for free demo.' ; : -. tfnchg OKRAi, $6 a bushel you pick.
SOUTH OF STUCKEY'SPhone letter writers" wrote to her daughter almost dally for Weekday 4732995. 27 twelve-foot board 7/17 $12 a bushel,we pick. Elery
25 year after .h. married and moved from Paris In weekends 479-3991. Hnchgj $330. 4751310. 4tchg Grill Rd. 231 496-3655..
Rt. 2. Box 275 1668. 9/1 7/24-8/14 PERSONAL HELP. WANTED 2tchg 7/17 7/24. a

((904) 964-64Z Start. Fl. 32091 SERVICES' NAViU acres Ctol"r- ,

$300 per lOOOenvelopes ad muda Hay. You cut and i

CUSTOM MADEDIAPUR1EPee dressed. Guaranteed. We haul. Phone 496-3S29.-2tpd; 1\\
furnish envelopes and 7/177/24.' -: :'"

National 2024 WELSH SHETLAND'' PONy I
estimate local
l I distributors for.completely Freedom Blvd. Dept F-41 brown. well cored for. Include -

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE washable nationally Freedom CA. 95019. 7/30 bridle- saddle

advertised CardsetteDroparlas. 7/107/177/2441pet. Good with small children.

SW Enterprises SOMEONI TO CARE FOR 431-1717.2tchg. 71177/24,

Ed or Loma ElDERlYiProvldance man HOUSE PORlALI.you move,

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Stephen. 4962219.. lour day a week who I I. mall frame horn., two

5/1/80TFN. ambulatory. hearing and bedroom central heat/air

MASONABUt Small tree eyesight lair. 7525180. carpeted remodeled kit.

and limbs cut or trimmed. Itchg 7/24. chen call 4963993.. 2tchg

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE ,SUN Reasonable rate Call 7/247/31.
Tony 131-lll4after6 p.m. FOR RENTON PEAVEY AMPLIFIER AND

1/3 TFN.CRAWFORD'S. MIKE$3SO Sears jogging

CLASSIFIED SECTION. IXTIRMINATINO CO.! Serving Worthington 496-2047.: 2tchg 712-!7/31.)

home.. business In. Springs. Suitable for one or

Union Bradford Columbia two people. Call 496-3130.)

Countle 496.3986 Col 7/24 Itchg. -------

loot 7/3 TFN CHG. ... | CLASSIFIED' .

Shop The Sun's Classified section FREE with GERMAN paper. Need SHEPHERDs large ,WANTEDPIANO Wanted good used Tuesday Deadline noon for I..rtlon..

yard leaving town soon. Thursday .before publication. -
'4 Call 496-2763. Mod 7/24. piano for church use. .

I PAUl WAYNE BLACKlwIII Phone 431-1 737. 2tchg 7/17

day for shopping values.VII not be responsible for any 7/24.\\ t Minimum(Cavers charge IS Ward$2.80.).; .
great "
every debt from this day forward Career Position Avail. I loch ward ever ISJ
Incurred by anyone WE OFFER: J IslOcents, ,

but myiell. 7/24 Itpd. -A c.r... ..,1.| SI S |ItS I Not respanslble far errors
FIll SCHNAUZER AND ''An .unllmlto. 4n...... IM* when the .
ACCOUNTANT n_.it.95 .nnu. COMFIO6NTIAL.Legal FODDLElto a good home a Hat ....." I I given ever
all, .n..r...... .POllcen" coyly secretary, too kill> for m ELECTEICIAN. needs_ Capable last'aro.'n.como.n. person been spade. Call 496-2502 0''A pOTlttoit' wills. n* ....... or when copy Is not typed ,
so PSr.Qfln.l: .0a: =.. 0501. 01 top lob start tv7)3/mo Call :1.w.1U. I .., f 1h.r' ,.iih f r....... 1 i end brought t* the oHI"" e*
COrm.ClIUnI era : g.U5t: : : : 'aft.r S Itchg7/24. ;
0212.11 4E3B.. ...n, 6191/0 "".II'no' S p.m. .I. 'M.o90oo.e10 0p.deily' U .,
"L. bv 1/2"" 540 CoIl O. jtlon 13m St C l Fee neoottabie' terms_ .. ,S.------ .
... "'''''m.llv.action, until placed Service' charge It. you wemtd really work 1 I'A .
... EQual O."nllv Emp......? puaranteed 00 dayS RELEASE! NIGHT AUDITOR _CALL 473-3754 f 0:
and) desk clerk, ENperienced onSToo
GRANDMOTHER wanted to NURSES AIDE CaSh register. Apply in per .
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care for newborn .
Infant for full Certification needed for profs ton Day' Inn. iviieanopv' PL
time mad t tuet.nt lartlno *n sional company. Call JOB
Siwt Light housekeeping A torn ACTION 3792300. 1204: NW llftlSt LIGHT DELIVERY
Full time chflr proffesftionalorfic* Sand mum. '.'try References Call 974 M>7 cle. and know area well. 373-10/1."
to 1KM( ) MWV 8th *v Gain** Live-IN. Upper division' gradu .xt 102
viHe- Florida 32601 HAIRDRESSER NEEDED ate. student. AAanagar clvtmci,,...
maintenance 15 rooin ho 3
AIM CONDITIONING Mechanic P...... cull M.n. Lln. block' up *I25 torn room en LIVE IN FEMALE COMPANIONALUMINUM I
with Moarlnc $ tl rv to tom In'.rv'ew' .00' 375-,... change for work 376 6652 alter S For elderly '..'0''.
comm n&ur tti with Mperlanc* Salary Cell 37. 618
ffESSBRExperienced H"'STYL'STS'
Call tom appointment 3/2 OO47
Only Reference* A APPRENTICESE'lC.tI.nt
GraIl Cleaner I95a N Mom atI9M opportunity for cr.. Mechanic Must have own hand
373 40022 4live .Individual" App't 373 7OQO tool Experienced only' need
apply' 372 9767 ,


Part TimeWorking I

*. TON TOyOTA 197*' t MO M'DG.T.so'OO Hours SERVICES
Beloe' a. toeloe' 'Interior. AM/FM EMCellent condition, wire wheel 1923 MODEL FORD Singer Futura. One ofSinger'
radio 11,000. mile Asking steel redJa. AM/FM stereocasMtte Good OmlsIflaI, eondllion. Lt...... Mondoy thru Friday
... machines.
M Call *
JOO 2984 only' 13 OOO miles. 3'. 316.1451" 5 to9p.m. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
COURIER PICKUP "340 or 392'41 Doug p.m. Blind Jiems, darns, .

Lore bed. 4 .....d. wide fires. .79 OPEL. 2 door. tow miles nicecondition 4 197 door LINCOLN"Town CONTINENTAL Car". excellent monograms, makes buttonholes sharpening service.clr ,
hand. carbide
poke wheel. 3BSO 4503443 all around good MPG condition 'hon.964.5165) cular ,
evening' *and weekend 7100 or best 0".. 47* ..... 510.deal. Cell. 372.3Wor loaded 376 Sfl 70OO$ firm 30a.m.. stretch stitches. chain mower blade hollow
to9p m.
sold 'for
7f FOlIO CUSTOM 100L..0...... '11 CUTLASS Supreme 2 door. FLORIDA TIMES UNION Originally over ground and balanced.
Take up Payment* of l47/mo IM7 til PORSCHE. 9 speed slll air. AM'FM tape, tllver. imalle $500. Pay off balance due Jackson.
9176. Sara IrvenoIIo Leave at Building
452a.pavOtt\4 ..'.ne. 05-grey. 10.000 m"... good t V 5.: oood moo chocked *: 7/24' Itchg $137.10 cash .
or assume
< 562 37J M3' COndition. 0 MPO. Will soared.a tuned by O*>ve *v..'. Auto. *wc Supply. Starke or Keystone
.7I usl.AZE5moa .. 54000 )1.0>03 "Udon' ?llpnt concllflon.' MBQO 3/5 3BU payment of $12.70 per Hts TFchgALCOHOLICS

ECONDLIN" T"UCk 1910 VOLVO 164AIr. '11 OLOSOAACOAAutofnatic month. White Sewing ANONY.
S31S0 3Th 1242 SIndeni GM "::fW'j or urann 490 9576:Iranamli.Sian AM/PM. OocelIeflI CondlilonInid0 air' MISCELLANEOUS Center 3527 S.W. Archer MOUS..
cnd Got 13200 call V 6 economy. S34RO389B33 _
69 vw VAN, very good 'TOYOTA P'CICUP 372 0038, 0. lC P195 :li bee HO..EO AUTO ANNE Rood Gainesville tfnchg Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619.
condition must sail.|| .1075 runnlna Call Ena'n.' 110" o..rh.u' vary .76 TOYOTA CELICA OT $ 372 4373 OFFICE or tor* ,building for 7/17 .
3/1 tSJB SturtgnlA good mechanIcal vhoioe' body ........ air conditioned. must sell 19/1 POlio PINTO recent sale or rent. 1200 sq. ft. SLUERERRIESi U-PIck 50' a TFchg
t.,.. II.4QQ 4A8 ?.B. after 6By See .1 university' Paint' A. Body o'ne' overhaul' tSOO en REMODELING BUILDING
3/9 Central ol/h
Shop 'I30BS Main' SI.ASSUMABLB 3037 S'uden' carpet lb. Wa-plck an order lot III PAIRS, New kitchen,
213 E. Call. 9646262. 7/24
of large sweet berries thru baths, family rooms. Brick

-- ----=_n ltcs! chg. July. Open Monday. block concrete. Fireplace

Saturday 8.6:30. Sunday spsclalllts. GrlHIs. Con

7 FOR SALE 230630. Directions SR 26 struction. Phone 473-2108

(behind Orange Heights or 473-2S78. TFchg

/ All 301 and Melrose SR 21)) to SEWINO MACHINES

Owner new on market excel 100910.00 l' .... MUST SELL Immediately. 3 BR FENCING kind, hog 200A Earlton Road See REPAIRED' All makes
/ lent rental 2 BR. I baIt. den. No dutiltvlna. *39.soo 3 .... 1 house St section Larno 10'. wire, welded wire, barbwire
fireplace. retlnlshed. hardwood bath pallo. fenced yard ,/. 4429 'o"c.d'n S34.SOO. Owner will' sign longnecker Farm. cleaned oiled ad-
floors.. 120.30O FHA balance' et Weekdays after 6. or weekends finance HMOrtown. 377213MUST wood, chain link: Phone 1-479-1151 before lulled. SID. Work
9 .. tTOr1 "'mo. total' MS.OOO free estimates. MANNING
all NW 19 Ave 3" O3/J attar S ASSUMABLE MorlOOge AT SkLL Owner Movlnq 3 8:30 or after 5:00. 7/24 guarontaad.James
weekday anytime Weekend. B .".. Throe BR one bath homo BH 2 bain. 2 Car garage, above FENCE CO.. 4734822.Keyitone. Strickland corner MorganRd.
tor sale in NE Cell around pool Lol lOOxiio. located 2tehg 7/31. .
BY OWN ". Northwood P.......* 3/5 7719 Owner Associate. SW* O'vtlle near Natlonwldotsuniablcmorlgaoo TFchg M. and Hwy 16. TFchg
Oauola built
conlemDorery ,. ..
I "". a bath Ilk. new ...,.*. H.C" CYP"ESS a .... 2 bo'h 373 ,, CHAIN LINK PENCE Hunter Geiger Rood BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
Assumable. at lo-.. immediate Pore" Sondeck ceroort On I Below M.koll .e.u..o. Area moterial. Do It yourself SERVICE Pump-outs. r
occuoetncy. .>? 900 3M J...SBv acre O.'uro. .".... Ir... InCountry PintO' neighborhood' clioois' (S.E. 1st SIt off Griffin).
Appraised S4S 000 Wooded aero 24OOSO H 3 BHCB and save Installation Residential commercialand
Owner NW 3 50. 2 bath Moving. must sell S2t 3M3 Panolocl family. room, workVhOi 7/24 lIed.SQ I
PILOTS DREAM lovo .a tl fireplace. fenced > bar >73.9OO! '/3 6>J3WATfcHIMONT available. Free estimates. ) TOUCHMATICMIcrowave Industrial. Fully licens :
b BH 3 ball* on *tr n, yard atraoo cent neat A air. 2 LOTS auorOM S acre* each 10 HandyMan Fence Co. ed. Phone 964.8121, TFchg
private. Owner ,; 'rnocr. carpet. WU OOO 373400BY mile. to Mod Center, paved road CHOSSCNbfeK oven left In j
lent icrm* Only: 9143 OOO Sn wilts city water. *2S Ooo each or Beaulllul' 'largo oak 'r..... Super 9648559. TFchg I.WATSON'S CARPENTER, ipeclallilpg' In
I-e la.co (nvc tncnt* tr c wt AL OVvNkM NW 4 ....2 bath S4J OOO for .....". Call 46 11/9 or access to Or anno Lake in Loch layaway. Ha meat probe remodeling. screen rooms \
l'm" :iij 156 .... Jmckw' briCk' r.nel. bo.ull'u' .lIln. 3/7 2931Catol lorn* Can bo for mobtlo homeSI HOUSE OF variable power setting,
Metro .no.. d""w..r. .* OOO Will H Hall Hoally Of VACUUMS brandsof sun deck. concrete and
dryer an t carpet 9/6 474(1CONOOCRfeSCfcNT fctteto UM down S. 4iimo O'viiie Hfc ALTON. 3/3 7O76 defrost' cycle, 650! watts, block work. PSoneK-Bud.
HV OWNfeH Nfe 3 BM. 2 balI Fenced yard lovely' 3 BH. now vaCuums Used I
nicer: cloicf' flSflImv. WOrkslot; BbACH 3 bath tone, twautlful 'landscap HOUSe beinn' remodeled. IS ,ml 1 Sol S-year factory warranty.. 904-7816. 3/28 TFchgH...
ulility >rjit treat Near tchool.* } .... 2 bath Ing *4?.OOO. II S"..30.... O'vtllc 2 3 BM... on 2 6 partially machines available. Parts Party ,.ft.arao A..um.poym.ntl .
.l? SIlO oppt only 3/7 6A.1U Wilts 00 without furulihmo" Stewart Realty of Cainesvlllr' "' wooded. tlofjlnn. acres Wft. and accessories for all KilNS TREE SURGEONs II
HcatonaUlo 3/6 IB34 3/7 2052Ml400lQl,00p0 Inc RfcALTORS 372 :3459 OOO 0 *..pctl.O%. ./91 2727 curs of $1914 per Trimming, removal 14 yr*. \
vacuum systems 404 NW month See al White SewIng experience. Have-35 ft. '

10th A..., Gainesville, and
Appliance Center buck Free .'I
*!. estimate*.
-- phone 3767110. TFchg 3527 S.W Archer Road, Ar- Phone 763-3733. TFchg

HMEROCKi 20 yd. semi char Square Plasa. S/29 "

Z loads only. ALLEN E. Gainesville, 3764466. MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS' Factory l

TAYLOR. lawtey. Phone tfnchg 7 24 trained mechanic.,

,. 04010 blaCk Hotter' Matstioer -< 7823172. TFchg 25" COLORTV US-301 South 9646020. I
troll oIl ,
colrd DOUBt I lOt I) '
11.500 '.v." II. lull Kevbooird Inclvcftl "IOO. Olio t .b.no'. 4 Ir000 P. 15,11,1' .J.tl: In::.::,'I Ii:'SIll Idb OKRA Fresh and .lender. console model under 5/29 TFchg S.8OOKKIEPINO.
UMtl lioottllrr Mionltor. SAW crfi1.o.. ." ". drawer will 'lock. IFS. SinnlobodtittUfrct (Jr auo. SI Vt'tIa.. bllll 5', warranty. Pay off balance I
StudctTl like n.w.'JO 49* 3/n C all .11cm Wlll 4/S ..497ItiaNt We cut. 9646314. 7 17 SERVICES 9
due $186.30 cash
OVINO SOIlS All VJV* All Soar < ,iiinivfer Vacuum. %?o | II. AN V tut It hi ..... Stchg 7 31. or years experience In allphases ,
tor .100 or boil Otto P4ckma Hoover uurlqhi. sis. elecfrtcch4iti Spill .1 K IJON. ..... assume payments ol I
i lirst Cl| lrrtw PIT lULL DOGS 6 weeks Including taxes and
IdiflIfllS ittclurtrrt '// 00/5 ,, .-... ,
aw S chain*. ftJO Call Pr 4.' 701 S19.IO) per man.... White
Wino,""' ....'ro'. vacuum J/> JJO/ before 9 p m old, treated and ready to government terms. ,
pcworu'til and
*tSO J/ current t.rryill, 0.154011. II "W''O MA"'N" Ie'lim OIled lio'e "*O I.E Note Ottntftrtl ( Center 3527 S.W. Archer
ISO 11 K 11 Bullonhule 'mono**'4...v elf 009 tO C CrdIl ,....." 9flIn 964.6139. 7'17 31pd7/31. tfchg
ttirprt A b'.50 In .1.5 .
% .. Gainosvlllo.
AO, pay 61 .tlr 6 "M Road tfnchg
ltl* .initrij. |||. .taf>.. COIIIPIVIVf ntrnl.f..1.c..H.:::: tred.l needvtt NEW AND USED FURNITURE $300 per 1000 envelopes ed-
Sn .w .04 Call Credit Ialla1IO I OVI' .6 A I 51,110', .....1.. 717
tallOff .r' dressed..
C At BUY' "0' A iittlcltinni We
tit*ii tiro Alp clothF* rirvntO OM' U. SIC. IsO. 50,10 trOlif I 1003995'II ,11110 1101.11. S.I/S A 1,11,1"It' 114,11. and appliances. Porch SPORTING GOODS FRAN-
,, furnish the
'IM VI'lnii n' __ 549553 /' envelope and
nood .
w IllS Hu.p"ol
%- All m toitdiliOM' bed $00 .110/300 Wt U tlitHii Silvrrtonr rockers. BARGAIN CHISI available In
MU9. '.,b'' ... POT postage. National 2024
... writer tlC P AAOrttfl Itoavv NOvel IHitltUell. IVU */. *l lull faulll Hou....StXJrth' L uiufbv i-r S. A 4 root IM.tJlt.ittrriitsltcil .."."".. raIl...1 1,011.n-tI 4I'llsl'0.i CENTER. US 301 South, Keystone Heights area let"SportAbout" Freedom Blvd., F-40
H"'A'N "i llflOCCII duly. v u''''' ... "J .4ft PorleiUie manual' tvpewnloi Winnow eUcmm m v H tiirntitM*' I M> TFchg help you
Freedom CA
.0'' S. J/.J4" 910 ..19501 0. tl 10 titil .... iiinnlif I,." 95019. 7/IO
: .. etfiovyry ooort %M 3/3 6J3J --*--.. .. A..lMiil l"to" PLUMBING FIXTURES win- build a business with high
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C u. 4tpd 731CARPENTRY
,:::. ,: ;.::: kItIl* lotllfA' iM..itIM ..!* % ss I/' / .ittr .. ......i .
"" >tiui 'do", success Write
.."" 'o UNUM. 1k 7 I 0t3W1" S PIO.O .I tlMMIl I Idr". 10'l* Nett..... doors pipes, plus potential. AND MASONRYWORKs
.070 SilO StIOIVO 4lmoose C ... ..0... ..,. 0300 .. .
.II" 191. ot C.i'UOaIdi *> lOOP /0013.1111 for Information'
'00 MU,. Cal.'. Sallowi.ravNd .Idrl lltMlUC 5i'SvCl 0/' 0 alI..... :. olttt L Wl Mnriolilr Nr .10 hM1.1 ;:: % ''plbt. 10.OOO ether, Item now at to Sport- Build patios
hd., II' 741111' 02, 01' 1995 .",...n n;.m-0pluy. ..r SIll wrilf Ill i Ni\ tII Bargain Center. US 301 About Keystone cIa Rt. 10 fIreplaces, additions
South, Starke., TFchg Box 209' Statesvllle, N.C.
remodeling. Free
28677 724DIVORCEIfS .
_I e s lima t e ;
55 CYPRESS LUMBER Matt any Ooy -47J-44/3.

L I Need more information? _. lie, available Including Attorney's fees far Uncenteeted Nlght-7S2-3906. 7/17

mantle pieces. Sample Divorces range 3tpd 7/31. ;-

I Interested in placing a classified? tQatflCZtII1It Sun \ prices 4"x4"6' $3.70; from $9S-$29S| Step parent WHY WORRY? Let us Installa

Vx8"x8' $2,40. Call Adoption Pee $2SO NemoChange burglar alarm In your

Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-8170 .. Stephen Smith 468-2624. Fee $7$. Jock Net- .home or bu.In..*. Wills

Hampton. 7/3 Stchg 7/31. He*, Attorney, 14 I. Un.... Security Systems,

Ave., Oelnecvllle, J7S-700I. 4733549. sos. or sales.

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show 2S' MUSTANG .
or$5.00 for ,Siberian ) role-. loa ....... .. .
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t399 AaV.-VdBBBaaBjIak monthly..3toriw', .t4ihts., ............ Odder. "toss. Nt 3+p.roam'.. gri.r' l' D MeaMt' .ohwlrltO..MI'I: .. ...... ... .... .... tofcoay/M..... ..... .........' 'M
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iat roiar.+ 711 ..... St.. Opate. Muiuun >> .*.*"''* ;42 Z"a ;
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of'tei..0 ...-h..... Coll "" .7Q IIITCHttNIftUt On M fallow- tow......7/M iipd.OARAOt serpy as :. P/$$ Air I *M'. Shoal Crooks., ....l"ll,koe*J' .. r .
1AlI c.tI..73S7. JIM It 712. 11dp. Cond. CaN 964 .I7. 7/17 .d ... .. .
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i $1200. .
I PUP9e3r ,' VW WANt 'lint.Oiler's Spentowl ,tw.:; !r
100 W b.h4rMl. Porte. Level 'l2 .pro itd w ... Par.. .del M : es0r0 ;
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, teta TCMTll MOTOL.M .aaitat Church look totstir rigli h. ial wdttls. .1IOft. 'tinlia 704.407.040rsrw3$1. M. i,. .Unto a* is day CM) any; .t"". ......,.C \ f//
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\ N. Temple. A_., ... 7/M IMng.MOWINO ........ ailed .'soakedl ir WWII. =. Pi011IOtAN .124.1000........ 7/17. 139. .* far WMMw. MC: ..... 7MWANTED Mm far Mr. KM*** ........jJh.'N'/.. "..",. .61
' SAlll .40-"-. Two t monrti old. .oat w/W ho tlpd 7/M. jf"," TIM 011,412.691.1/$1 t' .. jo t.SS 1fr'ki7KS .
I Storho Phew *&4mr.MTIM. ., Leaving Mercury 174 ,
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t/2O Tfh2 OnoiyidhMj rmot go ... inerot. SuproiM.Putt InsAC. .... .
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MIMOSA 110364@NOME M Animate. 0.1111. now tlrot. ISOO :WANTED
best at.M.
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PARR m.Ile. _two want., wish ftutdI. eleNws, WANTEDWANTED. 904.7910. 71f 1 TfTOI Must ..... ,79.v7S I .. ...' 1411.d4i .
and, .-tw-- hawehaM l"- .m-t3S2.' .....,..%....- *FT.OLAfmoaj. BOATi Thp other.S p.m. 7/24 In chg.tfTl 0000........filth Auwee PAM S wag"4w.Itos' CAMS Pall "COO M'' wide.Ow ;< ;COMMYNq y.4+ lf ,
16&2912. TFdpsIEEPINO 7/MIMi loa..>4, HTM. WIll up.OLIN'S ; V-lHrfl Vinyl top and. fOlD TfUCKi t>.airy NV4paMara. >ara.OUNrfMOCILt ,. oe.Hinr..Nr.1.geld.ofasreple : .= itoaepi i."lotss
IIOOMS 'fY, TAB SAUi M. t mllot.Jrora MOSItC HOMC'SALES merry 4eleta _........, duty: long bd. A-- .........'. .
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Very,rose toL lay week toward KoyMono. ......... .we+4k, MnaavMlo S7...,.. TfM. via*. '.or 47S.SSTC. -.It. ". 'kaa 9644a3e ..... '%4i1d", 1fW" :, l,
or north. Und.rwaedMotet too N1w. 0 1. __.
top. Mdefs.mb. 11I.1 -""'- ;j jJAFFO'ADA
1.1 wilt.. wain lit th
...... ... pillow et.ree. kahytorn
4054101. Flowers coal...' many other........, '
MINI. STORAGE Sill TFch.UNITS ( or...... 7/M ,,.... 152M (E rH'.O.mE''S ,.'=f. : !(;.

' ovaNablo. 1ft KsysNnm ..... OAtATM SAUi..... Airy 26 ". ,,,. '.s...
: SIOtTAMd end up. Phan.4733i02. a..... :1 ...... a : .!!! : !
:1 1PdIt a. *-. web"" cheek. "A Locally. Owned Company". : -: '
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Homo lor. ront.3 M, -. toddler ..;

I J bulb IA..;:/sewed bddt _III Swsae.Noes. Swalyt ". to 414 adult Randan. and much St. OrMnAero moro. 327 W. CALL ST. STMIiF, Fib. .- P.O.;BW 412 -,SS45533RETSTORE .,,.'--.i.,_: '.I.i .

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..Call 964.3614 i ohm YAM lAd frI. and Sot.vmltwro .. BEI5ITS, FU. 'tl-3U3 = .
4:72:: p.m. 711.4Idoe 113. .. color TV baby !i:: ...:t:
MOMU NOME tOT for red: ........ ":......... ,tIIIM: GrIf. 'J" "
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|. took 'and ofedotc' ....... SALES Thur.. Prl. -..:...'
rhea "Am WItoorh and So*. a ...... M a p..... ADDITiION i S .... ,
(301 South, ... t .r,... 1222 Bradford Stroot ttyMMMeef..,..:13aao/ltfl!:
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plan. 7/17 Poll 0 SAM Prl.and .... .' .IN&L It..
Slid 7M.DOUMJWIMNIOMtlNOMI s. Comer el Cherry and. ....... '. '. ...
AOKlnfcon S_. Stoilia. t
for cent or vole: S M. IVt
both. wrf.rrrlsh.d. onodotr Move Horn 7/24 Itcho. 7/M '", ;, .,, :.iq.v.'J!.;;;
**., air conditioning. YARD SAUi 301. South turndown ; ', .. 1-,.
wnhor drlor hor-up.. w CordI" ar-. lilt hats., '. '. .-" \' 6..O. ,..,"""itfL'I.
$100 *polt. I child oe- doM., CSt Most.Fri. :. ...r
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children. or......R.l.reic.reautrad. "
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shopping. and 473-MI4.church.SIM.Conollo 7/14. REMODELING ,<3> -IU .r8 **'' STORAGE SLID CJi8.
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Phone 984 S609

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