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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; Broken'iclogdsila,40, percent chance of thundershowers expected to Inside.. .. j\ t ,.
begin around noon 16 2 p.m is the prediction for today (Thursday, June ; vs:
: 24). Rainfall expected is ',i to 1 inch and is not expected to last over an Two Section*. SINCE
r hour. Temperature should reach a high of 95 degrees and there is a 40 SECTION'A.' 1879'I

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. : the Santa Fe tower.6 inches, and''Ittuis Hill tower ,85 inches, bringing the $.. ,P ags 10-12
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i So far, January through May, 22 inches of rain have been recorded,
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f the area raififall is just over average this year. Obituarist. .," . . ,. .Pog.t, 2.JS,
Over the past to years the area is 54 inches short of average. The wateri 'N.w> .r...... . . . .,pag.>4.Cla The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of !f even
table is Still, ,ro though" it is slowly' building, says the Division of ..IIUdl/ . . . .Pegs I,'
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Hamptoii: Elementary ProjectlFared; : Running: Behind Schedule: I

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:, Concerned about a small ,crew Construction Co. of Jacksonville, has, Abney Construction Co. requested schedule, but said he could not force Reegar, Inc. of Gainesville. Supt. when Parrish pointed out the soil over
working on the addition. to Hampton already used more than half of the 180 three weeks additional time because, the contractor to man the job as he Tom Casey advised the school boardto the raised drainfield should not be
Elementary,. and two change orders days allotted and the project is not yet of the delays; but architect Dave. sees fit. Jackson pointed out Abney look closely at the masonry job. compacted, that saved some $500,
which could cost some) $5,52 extra half finished.An Jackson said he could recommend only Const faces a substantial penalty for Thomas said he'd been having trouble Kelley agreed. Charles Smith of the
Bradford school Ieoardmembers will i above ground drainfield required 'two weeks. The board took no action a late finish.Larry!; with the masons. He said the engineering firm of Cadwallader,
visit the constr.ictionsite.\ : Monday,, by the Department of Environmental on the change orders 01'1 additional -> Kelley, the estimator' for' Abney firm has laid off one crew of Campbell & Assoc. which is retained
June 28, ap.m" to: ,see, I for Regulation will apparently time request instead saying it Abney Const., said he still thinks the masons and hired another in an effortto by the architectural firm, also said he
themselves.' cost the board $1,992 and extra would look into the problem and make''' job can be finished on schedule. correct the problem. would not compact the soil over the
School officials 'now fear the fill dirt hauled in, over what was a decision at a special meeting Mon- Another concern is the quality of DER's delay in issuing a permit for raised drainfield, called a berm.
$207,720 project is behind schedule estimated, to raise the building to day night June 28, at 7 p.m. the masonry work, according to O.D. the septic tank and drainfield cost Delay on the spetic tank drainfield
and may not be ready for school open grade will cost another $3,539. Both Architect Jackson also expressed Thomas, inspector for the architect time, everyone agreed. Abney asked
ing this fall. The contractor, Abney these problems have cost time. concern that the project is behind' tural firm of Salley, Jackson, and $2,481 more for the extra work but (See HE Project.... P.ZA',

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1' I ,, : ,,v Beginning their 1982 budget battle, funds will be kept in Starke. Union
5 Bradford .County commissioners County will operate separately.
began hearing spending requests Sanitarian Darrell 0 Neal spoke for
Monday night, June 21, from various the Mosquito Control Program, ask-
i V I j departments and agencies. ing for an increase of $1,549, for a
R jilIh &TJ// : Commissioners also held the first total request of$78,219 O'Neal says it
public hearing in the Courthouse on costs $ISO per night to spray for the
the county's $234,986 Federal mosquito.
: '' .Y 'itLicARF.: ; Ir i4 Revenue Sharing Funds the first Bradford County Hospital Ad-
+ dar t. L 1,,. 'I item on the agenda. Another public ministrator C. E. O'Steen presented a
1' [4 +ut, hearing on the funds will be held request for Indigent Care in the
,about the time the commission approves amount of 381923. The total request
w S' t i a tentative budget. The board for the budget is $162,926.50 which in-
J1 7tr has to determine what the federal cludes a new rescue unit.
; monies will be spent on, advertise its Bradford County Library was
proposed use, and hold another hear represented by new librarian Arnold
ing.The Weeks who stated the budget is not his
'. I : 4 commission will meet Monday but he felt it was a workable budget
: $ : ;night, June 28, at 8 p.m. to open bids The total amount requested was
on health insurance for county $74,547 of which they county is asked
ey kar th : :: ; Nftt employees. The insurance bids were for 19822.
; a asked when the carrier, Aetna Bobby Taylor as County Extension
t t+rW Y, reported a 98 percent loss ratio and Director presented a total budget request -
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it uf hij' raised rates. of $44,895 an increase (if $1,790.
Budget requests for Sheriff Dolph Director W. J. Lennon of Bradford
Reddish, city recreation by city com- Union Guidance Clinic presented. a
missioner Bob Milner, Zoning Director budget request of $90,000 or An ink
w #1 t L.M. Gaines, and civil defense and crease of $11.268. Charles Hardy explained
communications by Jerry Thompson the current programs of the
No one, spoke'to the Federal clinic. There was discussion concern- .'_
Revenue Sharing issue Monday night, ing the recently received grant, the :':. ,
and commissioners then, settled into commissioners asking it it was a ":'"
aq+ ar 4. tt -' comfortable positions as proposed expend duplication of services Hardy ex- .
..... 5Power PlaitProgressrv; $ .' .i wa" xart4 !lures frw*.> in4ouadepai'Mnenls.'ere <.'..-tikiamai",the." "'4>f isit iw. ar -and .Uw. '
,., Employers' In'the fits rice power plant n'ttfVe the 1ood KW Superior engine, presented for 1882-83. A 7.25 percent meals on wheels'' type of service
above,ready to go. Randall Moody clinibN the superstructure of the engine for salary increase has been figured soon to be available if persons are
looksee. into all budgets. Apparently the eligible.
Clint Boatwright and Tom Paladino use a huge socket wrench on the No. 1 figure has been discussed among Bradford Soil Conservation
engine, another 1.000 KW Superior, which Utility Director Merrill Dees hopesto county officials and employees and District's requests were presented by
have back on line within a month- time for the heavy summer demand. agreed upon.Supervisor. Jim Faulkner and Royce Joiner. A
Supt. Graudons is accomplishing the repairs" with new crewmen. Three experienced ; of elections Neva Flynn total request of $7,932 was made including -
men quit the city and went to work on the power plant constructionin presented a proposed budget requestfor the hiring of a part-timesecretary
Palatka for $13.50 per hour, $71,204, this is an increase due to a typewriter and supplies
the need for two elections during the In order to improve services to the
period and the increase from 15 to 20 county they need someone in the of.
T4b More Reserve Power voting precints due to re-districting fice
Representing the property ap Longest discussion followed the
praiser's office was Valaria Shuford, $5,989 request by Bob Larimer director -
who reported a requested budget of of the Bradford Association for
$155,241. an increase of$21,234, due to Rctared Citi/ens. BARC is no longer
Available for StarkeWithin the new computer services the officeis serving Union County and now has 42
required to have. clients in Bradford Co.
Charlie Schaefer spoke for the Con- The discussion was concerned the
a month the City of Starke will have two additional 1,000 KW electricity cerned Citizens requesting $20,000 recent publicity over the pallets
c ro generators on line, giving citizens assurance of having enough power an increase of $12,000. Their largest BARC clients are making. The com
,. .k during the high-usage summer months coming up. expense is for their Day Care Program missioners do not feel they should be
Engine No. 7 is ready to go on line now already tested and already having under Title 20. in competition with local businesses
been put on line. "It purrs, you can hardly hear it run" says Utility l Director Project Director for the Larimer said GE supports their program
Merrill Dees of the used 1,000 KW Superior engine purchased In West Florida Homemaker Program, Peggy and he is serving the needs of
through the federal Surplus Property Division. Barnett, presented a request for his clients and thinks they should becompetitive
"Having men in the plant with the ability to set it up was definitely a plus for $7,787 and announced as of July 1 all .
the City of Starke." says Dees of Power Plant Supt. George Graudons and his
crew. Graudons knew how to move the engine in and set it up, and accomplished -
i. it even though he had new crew members. Florida Bank Bookkeeping
Engine No. 1 should be ready in about a month, if not sooner. Engine No. 1
has been minus a crank shaft. Borrowed for use In the failed wood-burning I
engine, the shaft has been replaced and city power plant crewmen are puttingit Transferred
r back together in their spare time. to JacksonvilleFlorida
Addition of the two engines gives the city 2,000 KW more power generating
capacity than last summer.The city will have available this summer six 1,000 Bank at Starke is undergoing with the Florida Bank at Starke just
V KW Superior generators and the 1,750 KW Worthington engine, a total of 7,750 changes in its bookkeeping like they've always done"
KW of generating capacity. system but bank president J.E. When asked how many employeeswill
Highest demand in May was 8,000 KW, which can be expressed at 8 Tomlinson says there's no reasons for be cut back here because of the
megawatts, according to Utility Director Merrill Dees, who expects the de- customers to be concerned about the move Tomlinson said the changes will
mand to peak at somewhere around 10,000 KW. The city purchase over half its bank moving away from its policies of affect 15-20 percent of the Starke
electricty from Florida Power & Light. being a locally-oriented institution.The bookkeeping staff, or approximately
The new engine sat outside the power plant for months. It took Graudonsand bookkeeping systems of 6-7 employees of a 40-person staff. 5
his crew two weeks to get it inside the plant and set up. After hiring a Starke's Florida Bank are being employees have already been let go.
welder one day for $12.50 per hour, Graudons watched how the welder did his regionalized and most of the book- Only the bookkeeping will be affected
job, then took over. keeping will now be processed in Starke customers still won't
The used Superior was bought after the Lake Butler Reception Center Jacksonville. There will be a com- be able to do their banking at Florida
bought one Just like it, and Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, assistant to Supt. puter tie-in and customers here can National Banks elsewhere in the
Jim Brown Godwin, found out there was another available. Crosby put the still call the local bank to ask ques. state, at least no yet. Tomlinson
word out to the city and the engine, probably worth: around$200,000 when new, tions about their accounts and receive pointed out that that function is
YF was bought. their balances. If they have questions covered anyway because Florida
Cost of the engine is approximately$14,000, including"! installation and shipping about a specific check they may haveto Bank users can get Tillie cards and
which was the biggest charge, Dees says. Graudons says if the city crew inquire through Jacksonville since make withdrawals, deposits, and
could not have installed the engine, the cost would have much more than checks cashed or deposited in Starke other transactions at any Tillie unit in
14000.. will be sent to the Jacksonville office. Florida. He said Starke's Tillie
The "new" Superior has been run less than 1,200 hours, says Crosby. The Loan records will also be moved to averages 7,300 transactions monthly,
engine is in fine shape and newer than the city's other five Superiors which the Jacksonville office."There's making it one of the most used
,, It are around 40 years old now. no"reason' for customers to automated tellers in Florida. "Some
be concerned Tomlinson said Tuesday banks have three Tillie's and don't do
"They'll still be doing business as much business as the one here."



I !( Election Expected to Heat Up When Qualifying Begins July 6 This WeekIn



J Expected to heat up after the Independence Arthur Gaskins, Patricia Spengler, Agriculture Doyle Conner all up for west of SR-225, then follows Sampson voters will still vote in the same loca-
Day break Is the 1982 and J.T. Parrish, and County Judge grabs. Creek south to the Alachua County tion. Those precincts have been divid- YourBSection..e
ilectlon campaign with qualifying George Pierce and Circuit Judge Reapportionment for the stateHouse line. ed, for example, Into 8A, voters inside
bpening at noon July 6 and running Elzie Sanders on the ballot. There has of Representatives has divided The House Reapportionment Com the city, and 8B, outside the city.
through noon July 20. been talk of some opposition to the en- Bradford County in half down US-301 mittee took most of the City of Starke Voters will see an A and B section in
t The first primary is Sept. 7, the second cum bents, but to date none has announced -. with some variations, placing Rep. excluding the Reno section, from each.of those precincts.In .
primary Oct. 5, and general against any of them. Frank Williams D-Crystal Lake, in Rep. Williams and placed the area in the polling location residents liv-
Election Is Nov. 2. In addition State Rep. Frank District 21 to the east of 301. Those Rep..Crady's district 13. Dist. 21 in-
outside the
books will close and cludes the half of Bradford all of ing city, 8B, 9B. and 12B Old Church Lives! IB
I I Registration Williams must run the Dist. 5 voters west of US-301 are' now in east will receive Dist. 21 ballots with
August 7 for the first and second state senate seat is up. District 13, 'represented by. Rep. Clay part of St.Johns counties. Dist. Williams' position on It. 8A Rep.and
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The elections offices election D-Yulee. 13 includes the west half of Bradford, New liouse..1B
>rkmaries. county It's a big state however George Grady, 12A will receive Dist. 13 ballots with ,
accepting applications for absentee with the seats of U.S. Senator Lawton ,All of Lawtey Is in Dist. 21. The line all of Union, Baker, Nassau, and a
Rep. Crady's
Mllots) ,. which will be mailed to the Chiles, Rep. Don Fuqua, Rep. George runs south down 301. At Saxon Road it small part of the west corner of Duval name. News Briefs.t.9B
ipplicants after' the ballots are Crady, Gov Bob Graham, Secretaryof goes east to the railroad and follows County. Precinct 15B, which is House Dist.
irinted. State George Firestone, Attorney the railroad to SR-16 In Starke; then Due to the House reapportionment 21, only takes in only 17 voters who Deaths. ; 2B-3B ,
1 It'll be an off-year election locallyvith ,General Jim Smith, Comptroller runs due east to the Starke city limits, 'Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn live between the west side of SR-225
only two county commissioners, Gerald Lewis Treasurer Bill Gunter, follows the city limits back to 301. has created five new precincts for a and Sampson Creek and south ofSee Want Ads..9B
.W. Hodges and E.L. ,(Nook),Nor Commissioner of Education Ralph South of Starke the House districting total of 20 in the county, The new line, Election.
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I.. City Applies for $330,000 IrijQ: ":Grant to Improve. Reno ; Target Area :.

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iYrmisMon In apply for a fifth year of funding has Keller, Calvarv Jenkins Lamar. and Larrv Streets anda The change was suggested by-C r inissloner Jimmy .Was told by attorney Brown that he has no reply from
been given for the federal Housing and Urban Development portion of Pine Street were paved. Crosby, who said the increase will affect only 3-4 long- the owner of the former Martin Tackle Co. on N. Tempi!!
t HUD I project lo upgrade a rgeted area in Reno, time employees and is the same as the state allows. Ave., and said the city will have to obtain a court orderto
the black section of northeast Starke. City to Pay $505,000 in Notes... go onto the property and clean it up. The building
Project director Jerry Wadsworth made the request A resolution authorizing Clerk Neil Tucker to borrow Heard Clerk Neil Tucker officially call for the Sept. 7 burned and unsightly debris remains.
June 15, and said two public hearings are necessary. He to off $505,000 in bond anticipation,notes election in which commissioners Bob Milner, group 1;
suggested having one hearing July 6 in the RJ E gym and money BANS) due pay July 1 was approved by the council." Jimmy Crosby group 2, and Travis Woods, group 3, are -Was told It'must decide how strenuously to prosecute
the second July 20 at a regular city commission The will be borrowed from the Florida Na- up for election. The commission is in the process of numerous judgements against persons with delinquent
money .
meeting. The city commission approved both dates and tional Bank of Jacksonville. deciding whether to abide by state law or the city utility bills.

the funding request. The city has sufficient funds to pay the notes, but hasit charter in setting qualifying dates, which begin July 6
Was told it is time to offer a counter proposal to the
The grant request must be made by July 31. Project invested in saving certificates not yet due. The bor- for the state election.
coordinator Jerry Wadsworth,secretary Linda Poncier, rowing is to prevent the loss of accumulated interest. Council members remember adopting the state elec- union bargaining for city police and electrical workers
and engineer Jim Lucas are currently working out what The notes were sold to finance the EPA sewer treat- tion regulations, but clerk Tucker can find no written Mayor Vernon Silcox said the council can meet in executive -
will be done under the 1982 grant, for w hich $330,000 had and of it used. report of it. session to work out the offer Brown asked for
ment grant, part was never
previously been committed, but for which the funds council members to consult with him on the negotiation.

were just now released.In Airport Lease-is Being Probed... Called for bids on a new computer system for city and Silcox named Commissioners Bob Milner and Jim
addition Lucas said HUD gives extra points to hall, to be opened at 7 p.m. at the July 6 meeting. my Crosby
cities adopting fair housing ordinances. The council was Attorney Terry Brown was asked to investigate the
given a proposed ordinance with adoption to be requested legal ramifications of the city leasing its airport south of Heard Clerk Tucker call for budget requests by July
at the July 6 meeting. town to a cattleman who has offered $5,000 per year. 1.
$1,290,000 in HUD monies have been spent in a 7-block Brown said the council doesn't have to put the lease
area for the mostly black section of northeast Starke in out on bids. The council wants to make sure it can get Heard attorney Brown announce he is resigning effective -
the past four years1978, 79, 80. and 81. Forty-eight use of the land back quickly whenever the city might July 15 from the Tampa firm for which he is now
houses have been completely renovated and brought up need it. Plus, the terms of the lease will have to be work- working. Brown said he is moving to Starke where he, frFgMRb
to city code, water and fire protection and sanitary ed out, such as whether the council will take the repairof attorney James Tomlinson from Gainesville, and at -

sewers extended to much of the Reno area, and streets the fence for the first year's lease money. torney Gene Shaw, a Starke native who has been practicing ,..
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have been paved. The area was without city sewer.service In other action the council... in Clay County, will open an office on Call Street. L 0..... .
water, or paved roads until the HUD projects.The '
$340,000 project of 1981 went to rehabilitate 19 Okayed power plant bond trustee motions to: Was told by attorney Brown the new policies and procedures .... ; ,
homes and to install water mains on Oak, Ida, Pine, 1)Repair a leaking city well by putting an 8-inch ordinance is ready for a final reading, and :I
Estelle, Old Lawtey Road, Cooper Road, Hall, Larry, sleeve in the 10-inch well at a cost of 15000. The repair agreed with Brown's suggestion the proposed ordince be \
Calvary and North Streets. company will take care of getting the proper permits advertised for adoption at the July 6 meeting. ,
The 1980 grant of some $300,000 saw 19 homes from DER. f .l
rehabilitated, the paving of Pine and Keller Streets, a Refinish) the inside of the city water tank at a cost of

two-lane bridge built over North Street, and the RJE approximately $15,000. PUBLIC NOTICEThe .
gym completely renovated. ... ..' .--I.
Under the 1979 grant 17 homes were rehabilitated Heard Police Chief Jimmy Bowen report the depart Mayor and Commission of the City of t. ,
Cooper Road Mary Street, part of Chestnut,Oak, Crum, ment's air-conditioning is fixed and the building is cool. Starke, proposed to file an application to ?\
Florida, and Old Lawtey Road were paved, and Jenkins The system is cooling the rooms and not the attic, Bowen the Department of Housing and Urban
Recreation Center refurbished.In said. SPECIAL .
Development Block Grant for Fiscal Year .
the first project in 1978, of $300,000 city sewer ser-
vice, water, and electricity was extended to 29 homes Amended personnel employment rules to allow accumulation 1982 Hamburger
the RJE gym was improved, and Tom Hall, Grove, Dell, of 240 hours of vacation time, up from 160. Community Development Block Grant French Fries

Funds are intended to either benefit low '
moderate income or serve to 12 oz. Coke .
persons prevent

I Hampton Elementary Project Behind) .. or eliminate slums and blights. $ 1 8 9 .
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Pursuant to the regulations of the plui tax ..
of and Urban "'--
From Page 1A "If we go by this plan it will cost repaired. Chairman Parrish said the Department Housing
somebody some dollars. And, If we board is just beginning to plan to Development, a public hearing will be heldat
came about when county sanitarian approve this, it's going to be us." replace the roofs. Patching won't do, RJE Gymnasium, Pine Street, Starke, IYtI1t' GGV0GiJmC
Darrel O'Neal sent the plans he had only a new roof will solve the problems Florida, on July 6, 1982 at 6:30: p.m. to
approved to DER, and that agency In other action June 21, the school Parrish said.It and
receive public comment citizen

water turned table them in down.the Hampton DER said area the is board: roofs will take, and a it lot all of must dollars come to repairthe out of ticipation in the development of the par application ? QCE( ( L Z(3(

about one foot under ground and that Got a positive shake of Supt. the same pot, board member Arthur For federal assistance.
the drainfield would have to be placed Casey's head when he was asked if Gaskins pointed out 1212: : ". Temple Ave., Starke Florida 9646567m
above ground. An existing septic tank the new middle school cafetonum will
had to be moved from under the be ready for use this fall.

building Kelley,site.Abney estimator, said work Approved payment of $26,673 to 11 f" : t ':Hntt I rfh':: r !! Cl!: f:,i. ms ""t 1 W H1rp:;; ; ? f!.. .J : if' Ill!.
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was delayed while permits for both Abney Const. Co. and $320 to Salley ... "'" -. ..Jj.f'c'Hjfi .

tanks were awaited. Jackson & Reeger, the architecturalfirm. t I ,1;:, t\f \ .' II.Y I\. "'4.: '':!t1'V'; 7 :,.-, ,/ ,,A

was Architect thought Jackson the raised said originally dramfield it ,- r j.r; ,;. i: V' j t U \: J ( '. 'i ,,'
would be higher than the building and Approved payment of $22,311 on
that the building floor would have to delivery of three new school buses.

be raised. Then when the fill was be- Board member Arthur Gaskins and : ',: ,;t'.{ :' ., '. ,,5 '. .
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ing hauled there seemed to be no end Chairman J.T. Parrish told Opera-
to it. tions Director Lennard Register to in-
The mystery was solved when it spect the buses during the workweek, I
was discovered the building was actually not at the convenience of drivers ar Q ar

showed.17 inches Existing higher drawings than the of plans the riving at odd times. A V'hole! FopmfuS n

original HE have an error in the con- Give approval for expenditure of
tour lines, Jackson said. Architect accept $75,000 in federal monies for the vo- .
as-built drawings and have no tech school's commercial truck driving ft 4
reason to question them, the architect course. Supt. Casey said he must Furniture in TheAmerican

added. encumber the money or return it to :
"You're fixing to tell us you didn't the state by July 31. Casey plans to
check the ground levels on a $250,000, buy two diesel tractors and 15,000
or whatever we're spending out gallons of diesel fuel. Bids on the ;:: Tradition .
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there? questioned board member trucks will be opened at the June 28 ..
Arthur Gaskins. meeting, originally called for that
"We used as-buills. We had no purpose. i\
reason to believe them incorrect," \

replied Jackson. Agreed to present a new contractto I J #

Urged to give a progress report, school board attorney Richard Wel- s EC RUM :i< .f/
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ty when board member Patricia
"We feel the project is behind Spengler pointed out the contract expired 'i:;{'f. j:. ,<

schedule."I'm very concerned it may not be several months ago. 0 ; .. '....,....4., \.... I I < J I. ,"" 1t,

completed by the time school starts." Gave the City of Starke the old, .! :. .: .\! .H '.t!;

Kelley, the estimator, pointed out in abandoned bus barn property on the ", ,, :, -- .4. '.Ji 1 !:' ; I -1- ::
rebuttal that Abney Const. has lost corner of North Thompson and : ;
three weeks because of the drainfield Palmetto Streets. l'I'' .S "' "'".--. ', .w:_ ', ; d ., MI
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he still thinks the project can be completed Was questioned by BHS English : .. k : '.' I l.
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by the time school starts. teacher Julie Miller, who is also presi- : I '..-.- -.l.e '.'2.''....... ,..,.' w. 7i '.
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The town of Hampton took steps tions 'for the town in its effort to Hampton, which has been embroiled I
towards revising its charter with two reconstruct what has been called "a in controversy over Its marshal's I
r public hearings last week and has seta badly outdated" town charter. Those position in recent years, could scrap I
7 p.m. meeting tonight, Thursday, options included doing away with| the the position altogether and call on the
.." .... June 24, to finalize plans for mailingout mayor-council form of ,government county Sheriff's department. But I
"'0f \' a survey to Hampton citizens Hampton now has in favor of a city Clerk Jane Hall said it is a misconception
about changing the charter. manager type, and. abolishing, the that Sheriff Dolph Reddish could
Thursday night's meeting will con- practice of electing the town's mar- provide law enforcement to the town
sist of another half-hour public hear- shal and city clerk. for free. "He has said he would haveto
ing from 7 to 7:30: followed by a But the general consensus at the add a deputy to be able to. cover.
special meeting at 7:30: to discuss first two hearings seemed to be not to Hampton," she said.
briefly (hopefully) and vote on the change either of those two systems.The One possible change that got more
v plan to mail a survey out to citizens city manager idea was deemedtoo favorable response was a proposal to
.l In public hearings Saturday and expensive, and most people who increase the importance of the mayor
Tuesday night last week it was spoke out on the practice of electingthe and give him a small pay raise,
generally agreed to leave much of marshal and clerk were in favorof maybe $15 a month.
Hampton's governmental policies keeping things just as they are. It The discussion on these items will
alone while updating the language of was pointed out that if the council was continue Thursday, and the council
the charter, deleting items that are to adopt practice of appointing a hopes to agree on a questionaire pam-
outdated or no longer pertinent, and town marshal Hampton would have to phlet that will be mailed to citizens in
making some parts of the charter deal with requlations and'qu liflca- their water bill the first of July.
4 $ r-J more general. tion requirements set by the Fla. Responses from Hampton residents
4 Three council members Ulysses Dept Law Enforcement- other then will be used to finalize the proposed
Woods, Jane Haddock, and John agencies. Elected police officers don't charter, which could go on the
Evans attended the Saturday night have to fulfill those requirements.Some September ballot for approval by
I Doc Adams Day is Now Official in Both City and County... public hearing at city hall, and two .. townspeople had hopes that Hampton's voters.
Woods and Ted Curtis -- sat in on the
,All in favor, say "aye." Tuesday session. Councilman Duane
:There hasn't been a"nay" heard from anybody who's tion of the service Dr. H.H. Adams has given to the com- Mitzel came before Tuesday's
"being informed about Doc Adams Day set July 3 at the munity as a dedicated physician for the past 39 years. meeting but had to miss the discus Seed
.Starke Golf and Country Club. Plans are being made to have a golf tournament sion. 4
County Commissioners jovially consented to declare followed by a late afternoon bar-b-que Saturday, July 3, Attorney Mary Marshall of eeDRAWDY
.July 3 "Doc Adams Day' when requested to Monday to honor Doc Adams. The golf tournament will be an an- Gainesville brought forth a list of op--
night. In fact, they were more than enthusiastic about it. nual event.
Doc Adams probably won't be able to participate in
Commissioners Homer Hart, Lawrence Mosley, E.L.
the golf tournament this year; he recently underwent
{Nook) Norman, and E.W. Hodges look on as Chairman heart surgery and had four by-passes done, and is Special Exception
Maxie Carter Jr. signs the declaration. recovering nicely now. But he's already been riding Sought to Serve
: Starke Mayor Vernon Silcoxs signed such a proclamation "
around the golf course in a cart.
> STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRAT
last week. Liquor in RestaurantMeeting
The community is invited to participate in the day DISTRICT21
: The special day is to be in recognition and apprecla- honoring Doc Adams. for the first time as a
Bradford
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Board of Adjustment, the Bradford .
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7 p.m. Tuesday, July 29, to consider a ";'
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Hearing on Hospital Expansion US-301 restaurant south.Applying with. a liquor lounge on '''(S'' ....JProven

for the change is Mrs.
public hearing for a certificate of All patient facilities would be in the the certificate can be issued. Lorene Nunnery of Hialeah. The site Integrity Effectiveness Leadership
need to expand Bradford County new part. The present hospital wouldbe Once the certificate of need is was formerly a part of the Carden Poi .
Hospital is set at 7:30 p.m. tonight used for administrative and deemed complete, the NCFRPC will concrete property. __ Pd AQPaid for by treasurer N Wayne Aile.DVight's
(Thursday, June 24) in the county service-related areas. recommend a license to proceed. Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said
courthouse on US-301 north. The expansion would be financed Final approval must come from athe the process of making zoning adjustments .
.' with tax-exempt revenue bonds back- Department off Health Rehabilitative will be expedited by having
Proposed is a $6.6 million expansionto ed by the faith and credit of Alachua Services in Tallahassee. the Zoning Board act in both
double the size of the present General Hospital,which now operates capacities, which is permissable
hospital by adding 16 beds from the BCH. Administrator Rip O'Steen an- under the county zoning code. Food & Scat
present 54 to 70, a new heating and By state law the Health Systems ticipates having the certificate of Gaines said no appointment has
55C S. Walnut
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air-conditioning system, a new been made to fill the left Fl
Agency, which is the North Central need by Sept.l. Then the process of vacancy by
operating room, a new radiology Florida Regional Planning Council planning must be gone through with the recent resignation of Wiley Chipped
(X-ray) facility, a new physical based in Gainesville, must issue a an architect. Langford of Graham. BUSCH & SCHLITZ
therapy complex, a new public certificate of need before the hospitalcan O'Steen forecasts beginning in the ICE
waiting room to face Colley Road,anda get a license to build the addition.A Spring of 1984 and completion of the 12oz.cans$2.28 COLD
6-bed special care facility. public hearing is required before expansion project by Sept301984. I THE FULL GOSPEL $8.33 61 c
COMMUNITY CENTER Case of 24 COLD Bag

1755 N. 301 Starke Burden's Regular
I : Panel Board to Meet'Special I Invites PEPSI & COKE
City Zoning Adjustment worship you with to us MILK '/ io
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mini-storage complexes and rezoningof city commission amended its Porchiazzo recently sold the New Sunday P.M.. . 7:00pm: 23C each plus dep. & tax
a lot for a residence will be requests zoning code last month, placing mini- Englander Motel but still owns the Tues. & Fri.. . .7:3: Opm
before the Starke Board of Ad- storage buildings under the special property back of the motel all the way Cold Beer by the Cae:: $1.00 over costWelcome
justment and Zoning Board tonight exception category. to the railroad.: He is opening a CB PASTORRev.
(Thursday, June 24). The city zoning and planning board sales and repair shop between the J.C. Cercy AAA 4r
Two special exceptions on the mini- will meet at 7:30: p.m. in city hall to motel and convenience store, and is
storage building] will be sought vote on a petition by Vincent Por- seeking to have a lot reclassified so he ..:.:..- lr ,---- .. ...
before ,the Board of Adjustment chiazzo who is seeking to have a 125 can build a residence. :
meeting which opens: at 7 p.m. in cJty tby-125 foot lot on US-301--north behip d.!>H Reclassification of tlw property just 1t..
hall.. Miiu of-Amerlca wants anJexiifception *convenience store at US-301 and i iI!ij sout.hof/ Uhe Western. gamily ; ia -
to build closer to the property Market Road from business to Streakhouse was initiated by the zon- We n1believe
line of McDonalds on US-301 south. residential. The zoning board will also ing board to allow local residents to ,
Bradford Mini-Storage on SR-100 consider reclassifying 20 acres in Lincoln be able to do something with it,accor- .
south. also is seeking a special excep City from industrial to ding to the zoning office. .,



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:The Churches of God of the State of Morris Family, the "Ministers' of Lakeland and Reverend James D.
Florida will have their annual Camp Choir," and a special musical Weaver of Melbourne.

Meeting beginning Monday, June 28, package by the youth. Sessions at Camp Meeting are opento k; risk.
and concluding Sunday, July 4, at its Speaking at the meeting on Satur- the public and Reverend Walter F. ,
Wimauma Camp and Conference 3, at 11 a.m., will be
Reverend Montz, Pastor of the Church of God in
E.C. Thomas General
Grounds.The Starke invites all interested
Church of God, with Interna- Secretary-Treasurer of the Church of attend. personsto
tional Headquarters in Cleveland, God, Cleveland. Tenn.
Tenn., ,has more than five hundred The Florida ministers scheduled to back
churches in. the Sunshine State. The speak include Reverend Jake Roberts -
Starke Church of God is a member of to high-interest no-risk investments.
the group. '* I THE BRADFORD ,
w: A Bible study will be held each mor- COUNTY TELEGRAPH
ning of the conference with evening 40 BUS Grads Set PublIsh.d.v.ry Thursday
services held daily at 7 p.m. :.. I For '82,Bahamia TripThe of 130 W.Call Str..t Risk jusr doesn't fir Imo our way of Three andonehalf
Conducting:; the motning Bible study Stark. Florida 32091 doing business. Ar Forrune Federal 14 000 /0
Will be Reverend Amos Ledford, Na- 1982 Bradford High graduates we think rhe peace of mind you .
tional Evahgelist.'JThe Reverend going on the annual trip to the Second Class postage paid at
annum years
Lamar'Vest, Geju-raT Director of Bahama Islands are'to.meet at the Stark., FloridaSubscription gain from investing money or o per
Youth and Christian Education, will Bradford Square Parking Lot at 7 guaranteed high rare of inreresr Available for a limited time only.
be the evening evangelist, accordingto .a.m. June 28. Rats fully insured is worth much more Minimum deposit 1 is $500 Interest
Reverend Robert, J. Hart, State The travelers are-asked to bring In trod.ora$9.00 p.r y.ar man the rerun you mighr realize in i is non-compounded and may be
Overseer. their birth certificate or a copy of it $5.00.ix month money marker ventures paid quarterly or monrhly depending -
I:Among the special musical guests along. If any question, phone 9648279. on the amount invested Automatically
will be the Miller Brothers, the Chuck The group will travel to Miami on a Outsld trod.or..:$10.00 p.r y.ar ,
Miller Family, Randy and Annette Greyhound bus, then take a ship out of $5.50 six months We've handled our customers In- renewed ar rhe rare in
Watson. Arnold Godwin,,, the.Ministers' Miami to the Bahamas. vesrmenrs for 47 years in a risk-free I effect ar maturity
Wives' Choir_. \" the Dick way and this policy has helped us Two and
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Investment plans. ranging from a Minimum deposir is $500. Interest is
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I I Macon" finished his run too late for grew up at the Florida State Prison, several years of experience in McLendon and family to the : ; .
James McLendon his creator, to where his father R.P. (Paul) McLen- newspaper reporting, and a dogged mountains of North Carolina where ::4 -
realize every author's dream the don was employed for 39 years. Not determination -into a successful for- they discovered Blowing Rock, a -! '
dream of seeing his brainchild come bad for a run-of-the-mill teenager who mula for making a living typing small town in the Blue Ridge moun- _
to life:on movie screens across the nation graduated from Bradford High Schoolin words on a blank sheet of paper one tains, which they liked so much they +
I with topflight stars in the leading 1960, and whose only literary of the most gruelling and brain- eventually bought a home there,and.
fe ,10 roles. achievement up to that time was a draining tasks known to man. settled down.It .
But that dream is now on the The life of a free-lance writer is no was there that most of "Death
.: I threshold of reality, with TV idol John bed of roses, and young McLendon Work" McLendon's first big
'r. (Dukes of Harzard) Schneider in the Visit to Loredo might never have made the grade hadit publishing hit, was written, based on
title role of Eddie, and veteran movie not been for the help of his school- prison stories and experiences told to .k
td \ ; actor Kirk Douglas cast as Lieutenant Brought BackBittersweet teaching wife, Anne, in those early, him by his father. Movie rights to the I
j Marzack. Eddie's relentless pursuer MemoriesFor lean years. best-selling prison story were sold fora e.aeeltieirle."Eddie .
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: across the desert sands to Mexico. His first published book about Hem- six-figure price and plans were an-
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and Childrenstint
The film is now in production on loca- ingway's years in Key West, where nounced for filming it in and around
tion in Laredo Texas. McLendon and family lived during Florida State Prison, includingscenes
"Thrilling. slick exciting non as sports editor for the part of his newspaper reporting in Starke. But in the tenuous
stop action" said the Cleveland Plain "Tornado" year book in his senior career, was titled "Papa," as Hem- world of Hollywood, the would-be producers
Dealer in its review of McLendon's year. His other chief high school accomplishments ingway was known in literary circles, never got their financial ducksin flacon's Run"night's
best-selling book "Eddie Macon's were three years of and was a moderate success. a row, and "Death Work" remains
Run" which racked up sales of football and being chosen handsomest Then followed material-gathering unfilmed but still a future possibility
300.000 in its paperback edition, to say male in the class of 1960. trips to Mexico, where the McLen- for viewing by movie or television au
nothing of thousands more in its But somewhere along the line, dons lived for a while, and other diences.But .
original hard-back version, and James McLendon combined a love for locales for background material usedin it's a different story with
publication in several foreign coun the works of Ernest Hemingway, a articles in various magazines and "Eddie Macon's Run," the book
tries. McLendon dedicated to "My precious
.-- -- -.---- children, Stacey, Ian, Caitlin," and rest, we headed out to the lobster tails. New York strip, frog \
his wife "Lady Ann" a year beforehis movie set. The scenes were being shoton legs, Duck in Orange Sauce, fresh a
death at age 40, after a nine-month a set in a warehouse. We Knew bass shrimp, filet mignon, cornish
battle with cancer. nothing about the movie business and hens stuffed with wild rice, and I
Et31TOR1ALSHospital Ann and the children returned in thought the whole thing would be very could go on and on .
May from Loredo where they viewedthe glamorous, with the stars and crew "I know you can't wait to hear
filming of scenes from "Eddie taking coffee-breaks every ten about John Schneider! He was very ,
Macon's Run," as guests of the producers minutes. Were we wrong! nice and very tall. He's not your I
Universal Studios.It "Everyone had to be on the set at average Hollywood Superstar. John is J
Board's DecisionIs was a time of bittersweet 7:30: in the morning! Sometimes the clean cut and likes body-building 1
memories. Their first trip to Loredo crew had to be out at 6 a.m. Filming sports. He and his best friend, Ken (a
in four years and the first without the ended by 7 p.m. each night. By the real muscle-man) lifted: weights
children's father. Ann McLendonsays end of dinner, it was 11 or I1:30.Rare- every day we were down there. They
OK With Us.. "Eddie Macon's Run" was the ly did anyone get more than six hoursof also jogged to the set -- a two-mile
most special of her husband's books, sleep! trek from the hotel.
since their struggles as a family "on "The heat of the warehouse was "We had John to autograph a pic-
In a year or so the present the Bradford New construction will house 70 patient beds, the run" at times were used as the sometimes unbearable. There couldbe ture for The Town of Blowing Rock,
the current 54 beds. The basis for sequences in the book.It no air conditioning on during"takes" which will probably be placed in
be if an expansion over
not
recognizible a
County Hospital may "
because of the noise it made.
week for all
was an especially moving experience Town Hall tins to see.
new proposal to expand the present hospital to current hospital will be renovated to house for 14-year-old Stacey Each line had to be repeated over and Apparently the food and John
double its size comes to fruition. A public hear- support and administration services. McLendon who has inherited some of over 15 times!11 1 It got to be so Schneider more than made up for any

ing is set at 7 p.m. tonight (Thursday, June 24) her father's magic way with words, monotonous. Every day we would misgivings Stacey might have had
on this latest proposal by the newly enlargedand Also included in the plans are: and writes a perceptive column called memorize the lines usually about about the heat and the loss of sleep.
"Strictly Stacey" for "The Blowing ten a day.
The prolific James McLendon left
reorganized hospital's Board of Trustees.By A new energy plant, heating and air- Rocket" the town's weekly "But no one could complain about three unfinished manuscripts at the

state law the Health Systems Agency, conditioning, the weakest phase of the current newspaper. the food. It was delicious! !11 I Two Mexican time of his death. Stacey mother
hospital.A Naturally, Stacey was somewhat ( caterers from California cooked says now it is the budding young
which is the North Central Florida
Regional awed by the opportunity to interview everything (breakfast and lunch) on reporter's ambition to complete her
Health Planning Council based in Gainesville, new operating room.A Kirk Douglas, John Schneider, and the set. For breakfast, you could get father's unfinished work some day.
must issue a certificate of need before the other principals in the cast. Following almost anything you wanted-except, And judging from her early start in
hospital can get a license to build the addition. new physical therapy complex.A arrival in Laredo she reported to the I maybe, hummingbird wings on toast. the world of words we just bet she
readers back'home: "After a good,. ]for lunch we were served broiled does.

Proposed is a $6.6 million expansion and new public waiting room to face Colley ,. ...... -'- -
renovation of the present hospital, financed by Road.A '

selling revenue bonds backed by the credit of new 6-bed special care facility. .

Alachua General Hospital, which operates 1 I ,. Waw+N.W.I
BCH. Utilization of the present hospital makes

Talk at first was for a brand new hospital on sense. There may come time when the _1 _) r

another site which would have cost twice as hospital will outgrow the environs of the pre- __ iLe1

much nursing, and home.to turn the present hospital into a the sent road.City of Starke, but that should be down E1 '


After studying alternatives, the trustees Also in the future for the local hospital, we

decided the wiser course of action would be to hope, is a complex of offices for physicians on

utilize the present hospital and to add the addition the site, connected to the hospital. Such a proposal t"a

; onto the south end of the present facility. has been made before, makes sense, and ht J ur1

This eliminates the need of finding a new site, hopefully will be a reality one day. I
and of the current
a complete move disruption
The to the
proposal expand present hospital 4
medical services and the problem of sanitary
M
will do for Let's make it w
nicely now. help a '
services if a new site had been chosen outsidethe

service area of the City of Starke. reality.




I Misplaced. LoyaltyLoyalty i if

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to friends may be laudable, under because of Allen's damaging presence in the

certain conditions, but to adopt a "hear no White House. What H Thrill! Kir; and Friends

evil, see no evil" attitude in the case of a man
whose actions and Loyalty friends is great when they Veteran movie star Kirk Douglas playing
past associations have casta deserve it; despicable when they don't. John Schneider, "Dukes of Hazzard" TV star, and also star( of .,,Eddie Macon's Nemesis in the forthcoming
shadow over a high cabinet position to the "Eddie Macon's Run" to be released next spring, signs Caitlin .,*'..movie flashes his famous .grin, surrounded by
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extent that it is destroying the effectiveness of McLendon's autograph book on movie set In Loredo Texas. i;' ,: *the McLendons
the office holder, is not loyalty, it is stubborn Senator MacKay Supports ... >

stupidity.In .
Florida's EnvironmentFloridians get rid of Just one more competitor for
County Agent Notcbbob'kBy youV: :brnamental,! plants food and
view of recent revelations by the FBI and water. '

the Justice Department concerning Secretaryof now stand between two divergent Harvestall: ripe or nearly ripe fruits '
Labor Raymond J. Donovan and his allegedties roads leads Bobby Taylor and vegetables before you go.
to
one the
conserving environ- *
Vegetables like flowers will continue
,
to organized crime figures, PresidentReagan's ment and the other to ravaging the environ- .4 ; 20:) } to produce if they're harvested often.

principal advisers have concluded, ment. This was the message brought by (f otherwise they'll go to seed. Here's1
at least among themselves, that the owner of former State Senator Buddy to Summer is a popular time for fami- a building are usually good locationsfor whereyou should definitely make arrangements -
McKay
the Schiavone Construction Co of Seacaucus, gathering of the National of a ly vacations. And it's easy to forget your plants to tak@\:" advantage of with a neighbor to
League Conservation reduced _
about landscape and sunlight. "? ** harvest and water .
garden,
garden.For
N.J., should step aside from his cabinet posi- your of mulch your
in Marion County last Sunday. A thick layer will also help
house plants when preparing for that those plants kept in the house
tion until a special prosecutor has moisture and .
thus
reducethe
completed a conserve
vacation. Time away from home may place them in a room receiving In-
report on Donovan s past record. "Florida is a state where the economy and be pleasant for you, but it can be number of waterings the plants direct sunlight. Direct sunlight will
the environment go together," MacKay said, hazardous, even deadly, to your need while your away. Be sure and dry the soil too quickly. But you don't
pointing out that clean air and water are vital plants without careful preparation. A mow your lawn before leaving for want to leave the plants in a darkened
But Mr. continues insist that vacation and it little
to closer
Reagan mow a
to the state's nationwide little extra time spent preparing your room either, as this almost always
nothing so far disclosed has been sufficient to reputation as a vaca- landscape and house plants for your than usual. An unkept lawn can en- results in leaf drop. The last thing you
tion area, and also its efforts to attract more courage disease, and its also a tell-
shake his confidence in his beleagured Labor absense save you needless worry should do before you leave the houseis
Secretary. This, in spite of last week's individual payrolls to the state. and mar extra work when you get tale Give sign gardens that no beds one's a thorough home. soak- thoroughly soak the plants.To .
back. There are several things help make vacation
disclosures that members of the Reagan The speech preceded an announcement thata can do to keep your plants healthy you ing before leaving. This is especially enjoyable, prepare your you plants more land-
"transition team" were aware, during Senate meeting to organize a Northeast Florida while you're away from home. true of recently planted beds.where. scape, and garden before leaving.

confirmation hearings, of charges that League of Conservation Voters will be held at4:301p.m. One of the first things you might do will roots need are added not firmly moisture.established It will also and

Donovan had ties to organized-crime figures. : Thursday, June 17, in the fourth to prepare for vacation is ask a help If you mulch around plants with

Forty-six Democratic senators have urged floor conference room of the First Federal while neighbor you're to gone.check A vacation on your of plants more leaves pine needles, compost or. Letters i;h

Mr. Reagan to ask Donovan to step aside, and building on NW 13th Street in Gainesville. The than two weeks requires special at- bark. This would also be a good timeto

Republican Orrin G. Hatch, chairman of the League is a registered "political action tention for container grown plants. give plants a good spraying insects or Lawtey LDYA .;
dusting to protect against and
I Labor and Human Resources Committee, has group" and covers major environmental Make sure you give the person proper diseases while you re away. If Thanks SupportersThe
the of each you
expressed doubt that Donovan would be able organizations such as the Audubon Society, instructions on care differentcare plant. have flowering annuals,cut them just,
Different plants require
to survive in office against the rising tide of the Sierra Club, the Wildlife Federations, and and a friend may not know how'to before you leave. If you don't cut Lawtey Dixie youth Associa-
and criticism.But them they'll soon stop blooming.You tion wishes to thank the following
accusations
Friends of the Earth. care for a particular plant unless.
businesses for their
tell him. should also do a thorough job of support of our
you weeding before you leave on vacation.If Dixie. Youth Program In Lawtey.
The need for such an organization in this In case you can't find someone to
Ronald (Hear no evil, see no eveil about weeds are allowed to go to seed
area is borne out by the present plight of the personally look after your plants, Rangers: Jerry Pilcher, manager
friends) Reagan continues his blind while are away, you can expect a
my loyal- do to make you
there's can
St. Johns and the Suwannee River. The St. plenty you sponosred by the Commissary Storeof
to Mr. Donovan just as he did to his long- don t home to much more difficult weed problem
ty sure you come a limp, -- Lawtey.
Johns to be in its death
already appears later in the season.
Outdoor
time friend and White House aide Robert frazzled landscape. con-
Allen until forced to ask for his throes, and the Suwannee may be next, unless tainer grown plants should be placedIn Those weeds may also give you problems Suns: Wayne Prevatt, manager,
resignationTHE next year when the seeds sponsored by the
protective measures are taken soon. a shady area to conserve moisture. Community State
Under a shade tree or the north side of sprout. The elimination: of weeds will ,Bank of Starke.

LAND OF FORESTS One factor contributing to the death or near- Lawtey Blue: George Seeley,
death of the Suwannee would be the proposed manager, sponsored by Waters

mining of the 5,300-acre Santa Fe Swamp ,Bulldozing '
in peat Bradford and Alachua Counties. The c rlp ij'rtt p4 1 @ manager Lawtey, sponsored Gold: Bobby by Russell's Wood,

swamp is one of the most important wetland Clean Sweep Culligan of Starke,
areas, which, if drained for mining or other ,Stump's Dept. Store, Thomas Auto
development, will put the beloved Suwanneein ESTABLISHED 1879 MEMBER Parts, and Sonny's Barbeque.

t the same predicatment as the St. Johns. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publishers Dixie Boys: David Bass, manager,
sponsored by Wishbone of Starke.
714; If Senator MacKay, one of the most able and Published' .och Thursday and ant..... at Second'Clot MaMr at ho /Special thanks to Charles Hall for
respected legislators ever to serve in Foil OHIc a*Stark. 'la.. under Act of March S. 1 Sr1. Teams his help and time with the Small Fry

Tallahassee will continue his support and ef-
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Subscription rat. In trad ara. Sf Par V.orj $J Six Month Again thanks to all sponsors and
: for all of America increasing forts on behalf of Florida's environmentalassets coaches. We
There's great potential to get an Outtld trod. MonthsPhon.(1O4)ti4pOS appreciate you very
{
W arat f 10 P. Vorj $5.50 Six
amount of timber from the South-and for the he will have an ace in the hole in his much.
upcoming ,, .. ) Stark. .Florida 12ml ? ,' Edward l>. (Crews
South to get an increasing amount of money for its wood. race for Congress. LDYA .'rt'liidell&Page


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i Stephanie Hoff and Kenny Rodrigue Pamela Joiner and Todd Gordon

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Married June 19 in GainesvilleSt I The Social SideGladys Garden Wedding in Lawtey


Augustine's Catholic Church in Attendants were Paula Johns, Cin- Pamela Carol Joiner daughter of I
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Gainesville was the setting for the dy Sowers (cousin of the bride) and Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Brooks Sr.of
marriage of Stephanie Elaine Hoff of Suzette Rodrigue (sister of the Moo ty Of The Lawtey and Todd Robert Gordon of I
Gainesville daughter of Mr and Mrs. groom). They wore floor length Keystone son of Bob Gordon of I
Jack F* Hoff of request, a, and Kenny gowns of rose colored single knit Starke and Mrs. Arlene Phraner of
Editor
Society
Jude Kodngue of Gainesville, son of polyester with cap sleeves and San Antonio Texas were united in
Mr and Mrs. AU-eo P Rodrigue of V-neck. They carried bouquets of marriage Saturday June 12,at 2 p.m.at FuN+.,
Starke light pink roses dark pink lilies 964-7608 News Strawberry Acres in Lawtey with
stephanotis and white baby's breath. PO 0SJJQCl Rev. Dean Cassels performing the
Maggie Holbrook and Jenelle Murphy (Of X nuptials.The .
cousins of the bride were arch in the garden wedding
flowers girls and carried white before which the couple repeatedtheir
baskets and threw flower petals as vows, was entwined with ivy
they walked up the aisle. pink and white roses and wild flowers.
Given in marriage by her father the Scott Gordon attended his brotheras
I Celebration I best Donald Brooks Jr.,
Time.
bride wore a knit chiffon gown with man. I
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queen Anne neckline bishop sleeves brother of the bride was an usher.
bodice overlaid with chantilly lace Baseball Teams Paula Joiner attended her sister as (
and with and honor attendant. She wore a formal
trimmed pearls sequins. Harry Rosenshlne lI
a The skirt and cathedral length train Have Cookout length pale green gown and carried a J
}, were trimmed with rows of chiffon Celebrate 102nd Pool PartyThe single white rose. Angela Joiner, ---
sister of the bride was attendant and Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Gordon
tZ.1Ly ruffles and matching lace. She wore a Birthday June 11
of white lace trimmed with Giants and Twins baseball wore a floor length yellow dress with
Harry Rosenshine, resident at held and cookouts She blue roses.
pear and walking length veil' vith a teams pool parties fitted bodice and puffed sleeves.
Starke celebrated his the week at the Country Assisting in serving were Mrs.
Nursing Home during past carried a single yellow rose.
lace. She her
matching chantilly wore
102nd June with of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Oglesby and Mrs. Pat Hayes of
r mother's pearls and carried a birthday Friday 11, a Club Estate's home Given in marriage by her step-
cascade bouquet of pink and white party for friends and residents of the Dwight Elder. father, Donald Brooks, Sr., the bride Lawtey.
..; rosebuds, dark pink home. The Giants had their swim party wore a white silk formal length gown Following a wedding trip to Six
lily-of-the-valley white angel, lace and Also attending were his soninlawand and cookout on Wednesday, June 9, over acetate taffeta with sweetheart Flags Over Georgia the couple is
stephanotis
daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. Hit from 8:30: ( to 10:30: p.m. after baseball neckline with a wide lace collar that residing in Starke.
fern.A chcock, Heins The bride is a 1980 graduate of
reception was held in St. granddaughters, Kathy practice.The formed capelet sleeves. Her veil was
Augustine's social hall where Ricky and Patsy Bowen and great- 25 attending enjoyed grilled hot secured by a wreath of pink and white Bradford High School.
granddaughters Jennifer and Amy dogs and swimming. roses, daisies and baby's breath. She The groom graduated from Bad
and Danette Brown, hosts of the
Heins. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Edward carried a bouquet of pink and white Kreunach Senior High School in Ger
reception and sister and brotherinlaw -
The refreshment table was Akridge and Mr. and Mrs. Bill roses, baby's breath and white carna- many and is employed as a duct
of the the
guestsat
groom greeted mechanic in Gainesville.
decorated with flowers and candles Heavener.The tions.A .
the door. Standing in the receivingline
and cake and punch were served. reception was held at the Brooks
y were the bride and groom, their Twins team held their swim home where Chris Brooks, brother of Did You Know...........
bridal attendants ushers
i parents ,
2 rn and the bride's grandparents.The Reunion party and cookout Tuesday evening the bride, greeted the guests at the
bride's table was centered witha Epperson June 15, given by the coaches and door. At points of interest arrangements Miss Jean Mundy of Cerritos, Cal.
four tier white wedding cake Held June 19 in parents between the hours 6:30: and of spring flowers were is visiting her mother, Mrs. W.B.

decorated with pink flowers and topped Lake ButlerThe 9:30: p.m. with 35 attending. used. Mundy for two weeks.
with the same cake top used at The bride's table was covered witha
the bride's parents marriage. annual family reunion of the The Rev. Cliff McLeods white lace cloth over white linen and Mrs. Paul Bridges, Jr. of Jackson-
Danette and Brown served the Epperson family was held Saturday, centered with a four tiered wedding ville was weekend guest of Mrs. Lily
Mrs. Kenny Itoclrlgue cake. Ricky June 19, in the Fellowship Hall of the Honored at DinnerRev. cake decorated with pink yellow and Bridges.
Methodist church in Lake Butler.
The grooms table was centered and Mrs Cliff McLeod Jr.
Father James O'Neil and Chaplain with a two layer round chocolate cake Those attending from Starke were were honored at a "dinner on thegrounds"
Wilbur Parker performed the W.J. Epperson Jr. and Bettie Epperson -
nup-
encircled with frosted grapes and Sunday after church ser
tials on Saturday June 19, at 8 p.m. served by Charlene Beam. Mizalle. Those from outoftownwere vices by the members of the First FEDERAL RESERVE
of
Raiford Spring
Highlighting the altar were two Carolyn Von Zabem and Suzanne Epperson Church celebratingtheir
Presbyterian
seven-light candelabras with floral Milam presided at the punch table Hill; Iris Epperson Van Sickel of second year with the local SHARING PROPOSALThe
Calif. Mr. and Mrs.
arrangements, one on either side of where champagne fruit punch were Newport Beach ; church.
the altar; two spiral candelabras served. George Bradberry and family of Guy Andrews served as master of
decorated with greenery on either All the tables covered with Orange Park; Mr. and Mrs. Noah which included
were ceremonies for the
program
of Starke commission
Williams of Hawthorne Mr. and Mrs. City City will holda
side of the other candelabra; aisle pink lace cloths over white and held ; short speeches in appreciationof
candelabra with flowers and floral centerpieces and candles. Deb- Dolan Franciville Bradberry Ga. Mr.and and family Mrs.of Jim-St. his services here by Mrs. Herbert meeting on Tuedsay, July 27,1982 at 7 p.m. in
,
greenery and unity candle. bie McEuen kept the bride's book and Cottell, Brookfield; Ga., and Mr. Herres and Miss Lillian Stump, the commissioner's room at the city hall for
of nuptial my
Presenting a served miniature administrator
program pastries quichesand followed Shaun Stewart youth
by
music were Miss Cindy Canova, candies. Melinda Johns organized and Mrs. Herb Donald of Dunedin. reading a poem writtenfor the proposed use of the Federal Reserve Shar-
organist and Miss Julie Calvetto and the wedding and reception. Miss Kathryne Epperson hostesses.and Mrs. the occasion.Mr. ing Allocation.The .
Georgia Watson served as
Kevin Neel soloists. After a truise to the Bahamas the and Mrs. Henry Greene and
of hydrangeas and estimated amount of this allocation is
Kerry Kodrigue attended his couple is residing in Gainesville.The Arrangements Joey Harris led the group in singing
brother as best man. Ushers were bride is a registered nurse at daisies,decorated the tables all. where "For He's A Jolly Good Fellow" and $69,042. All citizens are invited to express their
Richard Smith, Chuck Register and Shand's Hospital in the Neonatal in- good food was enjoyed by "Bless the Tie That Binds." opinion or request on how this money is to be
Kevin Neel.Nannettee!.
tensive care unit. Mrs. McLeod was presented with a
Hoff sister of the bride The groom is a senior in electrical Did You Know........... corsage and Rev. McLeod was givena allocated. The proposal-use of this Federal
was maid of honor. She wore a floor engineering at the University .of boutonniere.The .
Mr. and. Mrs. A.V. Thomas and Reserve Sharing Allocation is for the fiscal year
length gown of rose colored single Florida. daughter Susie of Mobile Ala. were buffet table was centered witha
knit polyester with cap sleeves and Among the guests were relatives Thursday to Monday visitors of her two tiered anniversary cake made 1982-83.
V-neck. She carried a bouquet of light from Louisiana Georgia Pennsylvania brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and by Mrs. Barbara Reddish. NEIL L. TUCKER
pink roses, dark pink lilies and Maryland, South Carolina Mrs. L.C. Early. Approximately 100 members and
stephanotis with white baby's breath. and Florida. friends enjoyed the occasion. CITY CLERKPresCUh1flgmn'j

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Upcoming Events............1.............................,.................e...............

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The Marks Ritch Eastern Star',0 50th ::

To Celebrate50th Supper June 26 AnniversaryThe
children of Mr.and Mrs. Albert tbTh
AnniversaryThe Starke chapter No. 224, Order of Norman request the pleasure of your a
the Eastern Star will have a covered
children and grandchildren request company at a reception honoring the
dish supper Saturday June 26, at 7p.m. .
of their
friends and golden wedding anniversary
the presence of all .
in the Masonic Hall.
relatives to share in celebrating the parents on Sunday June 27, from 2 to e
All Masons and their families are 1e
50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and invited to attend. 5 p.m. at their home on SR-125W in .
Mrs. Marks Ritch on Sunday July 11, Lawtey. ant4h0ucho1cep1m0
from 2' to 5 p.m. in the recreation '-______- _____ __ c cI

I building The family on W.request Pratt Street.no gifts please Open In Your Vicinity j

your presence and friendship will be a '

most treasured gift. Nellie's Beauty j I


Charlene Beam,

Chuck RegisterTo Shop j I

Wed SaturdayThe For All Your Hair Needs !

parents of Charlene Beam and 200-A South 782-3995 Lawtey i{ j'I f -
Chuck Register invite all friends and ;
relatives of their children to witness 0 .

the exchange of. their wedding vows i Special introductory Offer I j
on Saturday, June 26, at 7 p.m. in the i I
First,BapjUst\ Church of Starke with a June 30 July 3
reception following in the church j
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Fellowship Hall. I B & B cosmopolitan curL.$45 {

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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green visited L call 782-3995 for Appointment

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Family
/:Celebrates;: Birthday: Reunion Held ,1i:i Stork ShowersMrs. Bobbie Faye Chaff June 26
was honored with
'John Robert Gilmore, son bf Robin Jeffrey McRae was honored at a
The descendants of the late James party by the
Gilmore, celebrated his first birthday II. Moore and Ada Goodfellow Mooreof a storke shower Tuesday, June 15 of St, Mark's Episcopal
Sunday, June 13 with a swim party at Lawtey held their fourth annual given by Mrs. S.H. Islam and Mrs. on June 16 in the church
their home on Kingsley Lake. Wesley Brewer at the home of the latter I House
family reunion Saturday at the home
The dock was decorated with of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. in Alachua. The refreshment table was covered
balloons. The eight guests enjoyed a Games with prizes and
lace
Among the 76 attending were a candlelight tablecloth and
clown cake arid ice cream' 'and went refreshments were enjoyed by the 20
with
relatives from Texas, Georgia, South an arrangement of
swimming. Carolina and guests during the party hours 7:30: shasta daisies. Mrs.
Maryland. I Kenneth
and 9 f
p.m. ,served, an
The refreshment table was covered I appropriately
cake from one end of
Parhom-Ayers
t the
with a white lace cloth and centered
and Mrs. Millard
Brown
Reunion June 19 Girl Scouts '"... : with an arrangement of seasonal ; from the opposite end. served
flowers. A crystal punch bowl was at
The Parham and Ayers family reunion VisitVorld's Fair k one end of the table. I Mrs. Arthur Winkler and Mrs
( was held Saturday June 19, at I Miller assisted Mrs. Herbert
)Yt the home Senior Troop 669 left June 10 to The hostesses presented the in caring for the guests.
of Mrs. Irene Mobley at the
r Shady Oak Trailor Park with 20 atten- spent three nights at the home of Mr. honoree with a diaper pail filled with The honoree, her mother, Mrs. Shi
ding.A and Mrs. Ed Byers in Hartford Tn. baby accessories as a memento of the Mrs. and Mrs. James Blackshear

covered dish dinner was served at While there they visited the World's occasion. of the prospective groom

noon Fair.The scouts stayed five nights at Girl I On Thursday evening- June 17, a Mrs. presented. with Shasta daisy Cor-

I celebrated the 70th Scout Camp Tanasi platform tents. / stork shower was given for Mrs. stork
The reunion also ... .. .... a The Women. of the Church
McRae at the
Church
birthday of Viola Hamm of Winter While there they toured Gatlinburg, Hope Baptist June 17 Bobbie Faye with a cup and
Haven. Among those attending were Ashville, Cades Cove Oakridge, Nor- Robbin Stephens Educational Building in Theressa. cy of her chosen china pattern as
Mrs. Hamm's daughters, Mrs. ris Dam and the Biltmore Estate. Doug York Hostesses were Mrs. Lonnie their memento of the occasion.
f Shirley Miebruegge of Lompoc, Cal. Returning to Starke by way of Broome, Mrs. Dewitt Hersey, Mrs. Mrs. .,
and Mrs. Nelda Mae Shores of Savannah the scouts enjoyed a visit to Rodney Hall, Mrs. Malcolm Adams, corsage
Panama City. the home of their founder Juliette Mrs. James Sparkman Mrs. Edward diaper CORRECTIONThe
Robbin Stephens, Clary, Mrs. Ernest Triest, Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. Willie Mae Judd entertained Low. Telegraph apologizes for the
\I the out-of-town guests on Friday Those making the trip were Pam Doug York Ernest Triest Sr., Mrs. Charles and in the name of the following

r afternoon with 10 attending. Pratt Julee Wise, Rosaland Lennon To Wed Aug. 1 Baldree, Mrs. Frank Bailey, Mrs. The Denton shower which ap-
t Valerie Randolph, Heather O'Steen, Matthew Packham and Mrs. Beulah room in last weeks issue and regrets

Lisa Green Theresa Ricks, and Robbin Stephens and Doug York Conner. / embarrassment to all parties in
i Nadine Green. The scouts were accompanied will be united in marriage Sunday, The refreshment table was covered .,

Did You Know........... by Mr. and Mrs. Aug. 1, at 3 p.m. at the Starke Church with a lace cloth and centered with a flowers.
C.E.O'Stecn Mrs. Levy Lennon and of Christ located on the corner of SR- hand crocheted basket filled with silver Tammy Denton >

their leader Mrs. R. S. Mullins. 16W and McMahon Streets.No baby items.
i Shower HonoreeMiss
: Mr. and Mrs. Loy Cogdill of Knox-: Games and prizes
were
local invitations are being sent played motif
ville, Tenn., were last Wednesday and Did You Know........... but all friends and relatives are cordially awarded during the party hours 7:30 Mrs. Tammy Denton whose mar
3 Thursday guests of his brother-in-law and 9:30: Fifty enjoyed the Glen Gnann
invited to attend. p.m. guests gifts to was an event of
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R.P. McLen- Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Jackson of occasion.to the ,June 12, was complimented

i don. Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of a bridal shower Tuesday night,
Mrs. Earl B. Searin2.I 8 at the Methodist Fellowship
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Notices given by Mrs. John Dempsey,
I Legal Jean Russell and Mrs. Claire ,

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: One game was played and prize
NOTIFIED that an action it on JOHN M. McCORMICK SAVINGS AND LOAN EDWARDS I I after which refreshments '
NOTICE OF PROPOSED I, Vernon Sllcox.MayorCommissioner for Dissolution of Marriage NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Attorney for Ploin- ASSOCIATION Of .d, FILE NO. served from a table covered
ORDINANCE of REGISTER tiff whose address Is GAINESVILLE, Plaintiff, pending in
has been filedagainst NAME a lace cloth over pink and
TITLED the City of Starke FICTITIOUS Post Office Box 3323 501 Court for
and with .
orerequired a spring arrangement.The
you you
vs.JAMES
"An Ordinance Amending Florida by virtue of the to serve a copy Pursuant to the provisions East Church Street, H. MORROWand ty Florida, gift table centered with I

Ordinance No Authority vested to me of written defenses, of Section 865.09 Orlando, Florida 32801, THELMA J. MOR- ion, the I and centerpiece.

279-A to reduce the by law do hereby call a if any your, to it on Richard E. Florida Statutes,that noticeis theundersigned and file the original with ROW, his wile Defendants which" li Among groom the guests were the

authorized amount of First Primary Election to Welly. Petitioners Attorney hereby given C. the Clerk of the above- "B, Stark.MONTHS'A mother, Mrs. Don Denton,
the bonds from be held at the City Hall, his address Is DEWITT styled Court on or before NOTICE OF ACTIONTO 32091. The of the
prospective
JONES SERVICES, Inc.. a JAMES H. MORROW groom
8600.000 to JB.000,000" In the foreiaid City by P.O. Box 995 Starke. do- July 12 1982; otherwise : Bill Gnann and Mrs. Gross, the
this ordinance will come qualified voters on Tuesday Florida 32091 on or Florida corporation a default may be entered and THELMA J. estate and grandmother.The .
before the commission September 14. 1982, before July 15, 1982. and Ing business under the against you for relief MORROW. P.O. Box 982 dresses are as : hostesses presented the
JONES
for lit and final reading A.D., for the purpose of file the original with the firm names of demanded In the Com- Keystone Heights FL ZONA D. with a blue floral print
and
HOME
Jun.30, 1982 at 7 p.m. at electing the following of Clerk of this Court either FUNERAL CONVALESCENT plaint. 32656 Rt. 1, Box 40, as a memento of the occa-
City Hall. ficers. before service on Peti JONES Witness my hand and YOU ARE HEREBY Florida. .
For the Stark City Com- One Commissionergroup tioner's Attorney or Immediately SERVICE located at 514 seal of said Court on May notified that an action to SALLY ALICE
mission 1 for two years. thereafter East Nona Street in the 26, 1982. foreclose a mortgage on Rt. 1, Box IS,
;
Neil L. Tucker One Commissioner City of Starke, Bradford Gilbert S. Brown the following property in Florida.
City Clerk group 3 for two years. otherwise a default will County Florida Intendsto Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford County, ZONA SUE OF
6/24 2tchg 7/1 One Commissionergroup be entered against you register, said fictitious' By Beulah Moody Florida: Rt. 1, Box '14, HOW TOINVEST '
5 for two years for the relief demandedIn names under the provisions Deputy Clerk Lot One ((1)) Florida. IN

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Inspectors for said the petition. of the aforesaid 6/3 4lchq 6/24 SMOKERISE. according to The name the REAL ESTATE.
Witness hand and
election: Barbara Vallrv my statute. plot thereof recorded inplat dresses of .
FLORIDA EIGHTH the seal of this Court on DATED at Starke, book 3. 33 of Personal
ski, Ella Mae Chastaln, page
JUDICIAL IN
CIRCUIT June ?. 1982. Bradford County Florida the public records of tatives' III.
AND FOR ALACHUA Elizabeth Walker Laura IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or Oeek wJ."""
COUNTY. Lee Wiggins, Freda Judd Gilbert S. BrownAs this 3rd day of June, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Bradford County, forth below. ( ,
Clerk of said Court
Case No. '81-541-CA Altemease Chandler, 1982. OF FLORIDA IN Florida. All persons I S, Our sales associates
IN RE: Th. Marriage of Elna Schafer, Mary By: Louise PattersonAs DEWITT C. JONES SERVICES AND FOR BRADFORD has been filed againstyou claims or know where to look for

FRANK G. MclENON. Lawson .Kay Carter Deputy Clerk6104tchg7l Inc.a COUNTY and you are required_ against. the ; ).. InveJiltnenlopportwlUes.,

Husband, and HELEN D, .Margaret Lewis. Florida Corporation civil ACTIONCasaNdJ to serve a copy of your required, here In town or all over the
McLENON Wife. In Testimony whereof, t 'i .By?Harold A. Johnson.'- 62-23* written defenses If any. MONTHS i ; *'' Fpwitry,44td: ,. we.lIfV1! !'pe( ,
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO I here unto subsrlbe my president ARTHUR BRUNO. Hus- to It on JOHN H. DATE OF *' experience to help you get
NOTICEI 7/1 financing at terms Vu can
name and cause the Seal 6/10 4tchg band vs. DIANE C. HASWELL, Plaintiff's attorney PUBLICATION
D. '
HELEN
: I will not be responsible afford. Tell us your objectives
of the town to b.her.un'o BRUNO, Wife.Address whose address Is NOTICE, to file '
McLENON. 313 Live Oak for debts made by -we U help find them
affixed this21st NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S Unknown. P.O. Drawer I I. 21 NE 1st clerk of the
Drive, Swansboro, North Sandra Mosley after this for you.
day of June ,1932 SALE YOU ARE HEREBY Street, Gainesville, a written .
28516
Carolina dote June 17, 1982.
YOU ARE HEREBY A.D. Mosley Notice is hereby given NOTIFIED that an action Florida, 32602 on or any claim or ,., "
Larry
NOTIFIED that an action Vernon Sllcox, 6/17 4tpd 7/8 that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, for Dissolution of Marriage before July 20 1982, and they may '-J'IIIUIV
for dissolution of marriage MayorCommissionerATTEST as sheriff of Bradford has b..ntied/ file the original with the claim must be -m- ,21
and Clerk of this Court and ._ '
as styled above, : Neil Tucker County, Florida under against you you are must NEIGHBORHOOD'
has been brought City Clerk and by virtue of Writ of required to serve a copy before service on Plain- basis for the : PROPERTIES, Inc.

against you In the above- Qualifying time for the NOTICEI Execution to-wit: of your written defenses, tiff's attorney or Im- name and ., Realtor

styled Court, seeking above offices opens July I WILL NOT BE Execution Issued out it any to it, on the plain. mediatley thereafter! creditor or his .", ((904)945231IHDiriNDlNTIT) :
dissolution of marriageand 6, 1982 and closes at 12 RESPONSIBLE for any of County Court of Bradford tiff's attorney, whose otherwise a default will attorney .. OWHIO
other relief and noon, July 20 1982. debts Incurred by County. Florida pursuant name and address is be entered against you amount ANDOrllATIDT I r
are required to file,' your you 6/24 2tchg 7/1 anyone other than to a Final Judge Dudley P. Hardy, P.A., for the relief demandedin claim is not yet ( ) Real< ) 1982JC.ntury21 Eslnlc. <, Co.por.uon'
1030 the Complaint or Petition date when it EquaIHauen.OpponunuyG.
response to Husband's myself Dennis W. Grif- ment of Marvin E. Rosierof P.O. Drawer 7/1)
Florida 32091 due shall be .. ..
t
Petition with the Clerk of f is. Starke, Florida and Stark, I '''J '.
said Court and to serve IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF 6/104tpd7/1 against Timothy IJ., and file, the original with WITNESS my hand and the claim Is
thereof Hus THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Sakowskl and Ellen the clerk of the above seal of this Court on the unliquidated :
copy band's attorney upon, whose CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN Sakowski defendants, styled court on or before 9th day of June, 1982. of the .REALTY

name and address AND FOR BRADFORD NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe in the amount of $544.73 July 2, 1982 otherwise a Gilbert S. Brown be stated. If
hereon, on appear or COUNTY. it known that I, together with costs of (judgement may be By: Beuloh Moody secured, the :: .

b.for. July 26, 1982. Case No. 82.197 George Firestone, collection. entered against you for Deputy Clerk shall be AvW.: Sior fe"J
IN RE: The Marriage of Secretary of State of the Have seized and haveIn the relief demanded In 6/17 4tchg7/8 claimant shall ,
Herein fail '
not, or a ? Broker V GRI 964-5476' '
DOROTHY JEAN THOR- State of Florida do possession the the complaint or peti sufficient .
Default will be taken my ;
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'welKlseptlc tonktblsp wood Jram9.
against you admittingthe NHILl Wife and hereby give notice that a following personal pro tion.WITNESS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT claim to the \ .

allegations of said MICHAEL EDWARD GENERAL ELECTION will perty to-wit: 1967 Ford my hand and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT enable the itlbg) ;, on'US-30l! :'." '
Petition. THORNHILL. Husband. b* held In Bradford Pick-up. I.D. No. the seal of said Court on IN AND FOR BRAD. one copy to <1'' ,
tern
\ fl Interesting ;.?'
WITNESS my hand and NOTICE OF ACTIONTo County State of Florida, F25ACH07161. May 26, 1982. FORD COUNTY sonal ... ty..,' Forsythe RdV ". .

the seal of this Court the MICHAEL EDWARD on. the. first Tuesday after As the property of the Gilbert S. BrownAs FLORIDA. PROBATE DIVISION All persons 1/2 ec.'for less than 20.00'sq.1' ft..
22nd of THORNHILL whose the first Monday In above named defendantand Clerk of said Court In the estate to ,
day June, 1982. .
home. Fenced back yard, could
residence Is unknown. November A.D., 1982, that the Beulah MoodyAs of this ,
'. Gilbert S. Brown on Monday By: File No. 82-S4CP copy ", 'toe. 00. '
,
Clerk of the Circuit Court YOU ARE HEREBY the said Tuesday being 12th day of July, 1982 at Deputy Clerk IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN ministration ,, KNOW WHAt YOU NEED WE'LL TRY
By: Beulah Moody NOTIFIED that on action the SECOND day of 1 p.m. on said day on the 6/3 4tchg 6/24 VERNON EDWARDS JR., mailed are I ANY PRICE HOME I
Deputy Clerk for dissolution of marriage NOVEMBER, to fill or retain premises of Bradford Deceased. WITHIN THREE
has been filed the following officer Jail, I will offer -
Anderson E. Hatfield County IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
Attorney for Husband, against you In the Circuit : for sale and sell to the THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL .

4114 N.W. 13th St.. Court of the Eighth U.S. SenatorRepresentative highest bidder for cashIn CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
Judicial Circuit of the In Congress hand the above The ERA ProtectionPlan
Gainesville Florida AND FOR BRADFORD ING CLAIMS OR Buyer
Slat of Florida In and
32601 (904)( )-377.5701. for the Second described property of COUNTY. FLORIDA, DEMANDS AGAINST THE
for Bradford County, and Congressional District said defendant to satisfythe
6/24 4'chg1/15 CIVIL ACTION ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
__ you ore requested to Governor and Lieutenant aforesaid Execution. Case No. B2103CAFORTUNE I OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED can make home
r 'tl'1 OF' serve a copy of your Governor Dolph E. Reddish, FEDERAL IN THE ESTATE: your
NOTICE PROPOSED written defenses, if any of Stale Bradford
Secretary Sheriff County
SAVINGS AND LOAN YOU ARE HEREBY
ORDINANCE TITLED to It. on the Petitioner Attorney General Florida ASSOCIATION of Clearwater NOTIFIED that the administration the best
; "An Ordinance Adopting whose name and address State ComptrollerState 6/17 4tchg 7/8 formerly knownas of the buy on the block.
Or A Policy and Procedure Is DOROTHY JEAN Treasurer
GUARANTY FEDERAL estate of JOHN VERNON
,t; Statement for the THORNHILL Rt. 1 Box 66, Commissioner of Education The is
City of Stark to Interlachen, Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF competition tough
I Systematically Formulate 32048, and file the Commissioner of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL when you're selling a home intoday's

'i and Standardize original with the Clerk of Agriculture CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Strout LORRAINE CHAMPION market. You need every
'
Policy and ProceduresComing the above-styled Courton Retention of one Justiceof BRADFORD COUNTY. _'.. SAUSMAN -'- edge you can get to make your

Within the Purview or before Jun. 3, the Supreme Court FLORIDA Realty Acreage a Commercial home more attractive than the

sl of the City Commission. 1982. Otherwise a (judgment Retention of District CIVIL DIVISION Homes a Farms others. The ERA Buyer Protec-

." may be entered Court of Appeal Judges First State Mortgage 'INcoa.oa"TSD BUS. (,04)004.8931) tion Plan Is that edge.

'1 For the Stark. City Commission against you for the relief 1st DCA ((4 judges) Company, at Florida corporation 838 N. TEMPLE AVE. f AFTER HOURS / 1 It protects your buyer against

) demanded In the complaint Circuit Court Judges, 8th Plaintiff vs. STARKE, Fl 32091 473-3096 I, i unexpected repair or replace-
Nell L. Tucker or petition. Circuit ((1 judge) William N. Addison a All Across Americo I (ment costs on 11 major working
City Clerk WITNESS my hand and County Court Judges, ((1 single man. Jo Ann Addison components In your home. So
6/24 2tchg 7/1. the seal of said Court on judge) a single woman; No. 21S '.02 ac.,forme*!*, 24x40 MH barns, garden, he'll be protected from most

April.. 29, 1982. State Senators for th. Florida Bank at Stark; all fenced, good terms, $' 2.100. expensive repair bills.If .
It NOTICE Of INTENTION' Gilbert S. Brown following Senatorial and W.S. Badcock Corporation No. 227 ae. farmett. workshop bedroom home, you had the choice between

TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS1 -As Clerk of the Court Districts: 5 ((2 yrs.) Defendants mobile hookup terms, $...,500. B a protected home and one that
NAME By: Marian McRa Members of the StateHouse NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Two, three, and four bedroom homes In town. Nice ,wasn't which would you choose
Pur.uon'0< :$'Section As Deputy Clerk of Representatives : JO ANN ADDISON for the retirement and hobbles. In the thirties and on That'why the Buyer Protec-

865.09 Florida Statutes 6/24 4khg 7/15 for the following last known address to Executive styles. tion Plan can make your home
notice Is hereby given House Districts: 13, 21 ((2 and residence: 202 .4 lots with well and septic In Interlouehen Lake the best buy on the block..andthe

that the undersigned yrs..) Main Street, Starke, Estates. Cleared end ready. $11,500. first one to sell.
u.. Richard Conatz..4455 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Board of County Commissioners Florida 32091. Acreage parcels vary from I'/ ac. on up to 30 ec.
Confederate Point. FOR BRADFORD COUN- Districts 2. 4 YOU ARE HEREBY Good price end term Zoned AO and MS.TV .
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 TY. FLORIDA ((4 yr. terms) notified that a Complaint Repair Service end Retell Good Grass end Od

1, sol* owner, doing CIVIL ACTION, Case No Members of th. School to foreclose a Mortgage Terms Includes reel *.tot.. $72.500.
f business under the firm 82-257 Board, Districts 1. 2, 5 ((4 encumbering the follow. No. 223: 10 acwith two homes, handyman speclel
name of GenerololvogCo. In re: The Marriage of yr. terms) ing real proeprty: Nice timber and good ....41. $27,900.No. .
$ ., Rt. 15, Box ALLEN E. SIKES. Hus- In Testimony Whereof Lot 7. Block 9 of LIN 220 Lot In Welee.city wet.Bond ''5. Nice for
544, Maxvlll, Fla. bond and CAROL A. I have herewith set my COLN CITY as per plat Flee. Market' Aeces. BV O.K. Priced $1:500.: $500 down

32234 Intends to SIXES Wife. hand and affixed th* thereof recorded In Deed end sa'.5 ((1 yr). .......--..-...........
register said fictitious NOTICE OF ACTIONTo Court Seal of the Slot of Book I. Page 177 of the .Looklng for. the Handyman SpclalT How about No. ---_......

name under the : CAROL A. SIKES. Florida at Tallahassee Public Records of Bradford 224. 4 room hem on one acre, fruit traes, partially .5om*Hmllalfom and.condition. ERA REAL ESTATE
aforesaid statute. c/o Sandra lannottl 2239 The Capital this th*First County. Florida. fenced priced 11.100. Term. "...,rlRA.oto.II".SpecIoIo"'o' SvllwV,
Doted this 32nd: day of W. Ramsey Circle, day of June A.D., 1962. has been filed againstyou BUY FROM SfiOUT REALTY THI LARGEST REAL copy of in*Mnric.contract.ens FAULKNER. REALTY
June 1982 In Bradford Schoumburg, Illinois George Firestone, and you are requiredto ISTATI FIRM IN THi COUNTY AND All ACROSS ]Electronic(Risky. AHOdam.Inc

County. 60194. Secretary of State serve a copy of your AMERICA I 9645065I
J f1; 6/24 3tchg 7/1 YOU ARE HEREBY 6/17 2tchg 6/25 written defenses If any

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.,11 T, -I _I'11.- __ . ......:._ Did 1 You r' Know
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Mr. and jWs. Michael; White of "' "
Atlanta\ visited his1'parents, Mr.and Mrs. W.M. Meng and children of St. Mr. an Mrs.,0linWhite,, over the weekend and Petersburg are visiting her father, daughters. Sharon and Barby and sons, Gary, Don and Joshua, and Mr. of Tallahassee spent\ the weekend Union Board of Realtors and Cecelia
_.. attended,; his BITS class reunion. E.L. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs Gladys Thomas spent'! June 8-13 and Mrs. Don Patry spent June 10-19 with his mother.Mrs./ Green and TerwlUegar.past president;'attended
Meng and families\ this week. visiting relatives Tatnaqua, Pa,, Visiting six Flags over Georgia family.Mr. the meeting of the Florida Associa-
;
; Mr and I'ytrs. HA Lawson visited GaUinburg, Tenn.; Opry Land in tion of Realtors last Wednesday to
d j Misses Elizabeth Lawson and Kitty Mr. and Mrs Gary Hampton are Nashville; the World's Fair in Knoxville and Mr!*. Gerald Griffis visited Saturday in .Innsbrook, Tarpon Spr
Yates at Lake Wales last Tuesday to Mrs. and celebrating their 3lHii wedding an- and attended ,the Grand Old their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. ings.
b Friday. ', Oler Crosby daughters niversary today, June 24, at a family' Opry. Dan Griffis and sons in Orlando Fri
Melissa and Stacy of Fort Myers are gathering at their home In Lawtey. day and Saturday.
b >I' I I "I' her Mr. and Mrs
visiting parents Miss Kay Turner of Jacksonville
'I. Mike King''of ''Leesburf?'spent the George Huggins this week Mr. and Mrs., Drew ttyddibh had'as: Mr.. and Mrs. David Mendenhalland gave a Welcome party Saturday
weekend with his mother. Mrs. Gloria visitors last week her sister, Mrs. Michelle Smith graduated June 19 daughter Ashley of Atlanta arrive afternoon at the home of her mother
;King and attended the BHS. class. of Mrs. Virginia Crews of Lawtey and Jean Rathe) ,atd granddaughter,; from Santa Fe's Registered Nurse Saturday to visit her parents,Mr Mrs.Janet Turner,for the out-of-town
"'72 reuniorl.I.' .:( Mrs. Doris Lamb of Starke spent last Dana of Salisbury, Md.,Joining t.hel: program after a perfect 4.0 average and Mrs. J.E. Hardy for a week. Mr. guests that were here to attend the
I Tuesday to Friday touring Busch family for the weekend were Mrs.x... )U i! and was bestowed with the honor of Mendenhall will be attending a BHS class of '72 reunion' that.night.
Mr. and MVs:' bonald Jenkins of Gardens and points of interest in Roy ster( and family,of North Augusta,[ being a Santa Fe Scholar Michellewas seminar in Brooksville. :
'Maxville and 'Mr. and Mrs. Glen Florida. S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Worthy .of j the 1978! validictorian,at. Bradford. : .. (
;Sellers 'of Clarke were guests of Hurst, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs \Max,*. > High School. c ;;/ '/: ,
\
Mr.and Mrs. ILL Hutson at a ham Sparks of Tampa, ,4: "
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'burger Saturday night. .
: .fry i : .

Is
Mr. and Mrs. M.R. Judd :visited
their son and family Mr. and Mrs AMERICAS FAMILY Di)UG STORE

tRay Judd in Ocala over the weekend _, MDEFENDER'MDEFENDER'v'\I\DEFENDER'\
k Tho tiisc is here. Eckerd

: Mr. ,and Mrs. James R 1 i Is ready! DEFENDER',1L
Chamberlain, Jr. (Ronnie anc '
''I Cheryl) are moving to Lawtey July 1 y With'Ihe 1st Cameras disc: free buy one we'll process E IS
Ron and Cheryl have been stationec 18\ '
in Alabama for'two years with the IIIi1 ::.. Processing: twice the prints on HEREECKERO
'U.S. Navy. Ron will be stationed at .. 1 W.4 Kodak paper "
>NAS Jacksonville for i.,...- ..-J
the next few t! With Film: 2 tot the price of 1 with ATARrWith
)ears. Jammie age five years, will r'/ ".R&jl processing ,
'start Lawtey Elementary this fall and "
Jeannie, age seven months, will be 'II/ MDEFENDER'MDEFENDER'N\DEFENDER'
closer to grandma and grandpa! Ron-
nie is a 1975 graduate of Bradford '
High School and the son of Barbaraand ,
Jim Chamberlain of Lawtey. r
Cheryl is the granddaughter of .
(IEmanual Keith of Griffis Road. --- .:

,[Starke. I aNO _
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0 Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin visited ;
their son and family Capt. and Mrs. N __. i
;.,J.B. Godwin, Jr. in Charleston, S.C. II U 11 .., ,,.,,, ,'Mtndelna" .s
r i Thursday to Sunday. Q T Rrd!! .w li nastthc
t ,, l
S. '
'" flashlight
t: Mr. and Mrs. Bill King and family I / .. "N'-" ". battery
tot Spartanburg S.C. are visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. RG. Paterson
.:this week. I ANACIN V05 SPRAY"C" or "D" SIZE

TABLETS HAIR OP 2 Reg. .9.


.. T BOTTLE 219 2.S.OUNCE109, 11.0UNC1133, 5z'S R.0. 99 c" 2771/ / 00

BIRTHS OF 100 .
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t I. III Limit 1 Non-aerosol Limit 1 Limit 1 i '" Limit O 2 Compare to Eveready.



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T Kimberly Danielle Morris "
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Morris of DRY IDEAANTIPERSPIRANT n.l K& S22

':Palatka announce the birth of a 41\ '. ,J''tr! To11cNee 4.99 II SELFPROPELLEDSIDE BAG
r
:daughter, Kimberly Danielle, born 2.5-OZ. r -r. -
::June 15 in Putnam Community 2 TVPES : i"fl ..... .1 LAWNMOWER r
Hospital in Palatka. -
"
; Maternal grandparents are Mr.and I I h -'i.t 11w- Rag. 22....
Buck of Palatka and mater- ti.
i Mrs. Lyle .
11l1"
1 nal great-grandmother is Mrs. H.M. 1)1
j Richarde of Starke. DEGAS II 1ig Sl

Harvey Timothy McCarthy SILKIENCE j
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wayne.Me-. ., GRILL ,
:iCarthy of Keystone Heights announcethc"bihJif SHAMPOO or pRETTY AS A PICTURE "'201 II
r
|( off4"orr''Harvey'; ;:' Timothy 'I' CONDITIONER v, '", FIDDLE AIR.FRESHENER R.g.1/1.95 sew 3L9:
born "June 3 in, Alachua General OUNCE. f- I C
scENEs' .
2 TYPES <<1 1'
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Hospital. He joins a sister, Angela 7-OUNCE 59C" 99 15999.

jMae, age Hi.i 89 SJ_ Regular 79' . Regular 1.99 .
i I Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 1 Peanut or Almond. Limit( 2 Limit 1
I ,Mrs. Mack C. Jones. Paternal grand- I Limit 1 /
parents are Mr. and Mrs. James H. I"I
.McCarthy all of Starke. Paternal LADIES' TNT n d 12"x 16"o: 50' N"oaLS
''great-grandmother is Mrs. Maude TERRY WRAP ANT & ROACH PEDESTALHIBACHI 1"x 1.39
jMott of Starke. LISTERINE ROBE I
SPRAY >
II ANTISEPTIC 2 STYLES 11-O2. Rag. 1.99 Regular 17.99 II 1
I Janet Louise Kicks j I R p.1.99
Mr.and Mrs.Marty Ricks of Starke 24-OUNCE ;.,... '7 99 fJl I 99 some
announce the birth of a daughter, 89 149 1399 -tf I 4 .
Janet Louise; born June 8 in Shand's .
f. 111 Solid or stripe. I.
Teaching Hospital. Limit 1 .
''Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 'MEN'S
!MrsT ATten' Burdickrof'Sacramento' I'' I MELNOR wale
16" X 16" w
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.Caf.-'Patenmrgrandparents and.4ii Mttf.'Jessa.KJdps<*: .\..1t'1o.: ;;.of...Starke.....are. ...Mr.., ....'.".'",,Jon ;.I POND J \ TRUNKS SWIM I TABLES PARSONS I finSCOTT'S'I eoK? 1- SPRINKLER PULSATING OMa 9.99
NATURALLY DRY 2 STYLES CTI' Rag. 4.99 aa. 957oRegular
'sae POWDER S 99 4 Rag. 9 99T39
,11- 00 r
HarY n: cJ dy Ta{s n, .' 9-OUNCE\ _. II 4 21'OR II ,Pl2Reg'4"9 k ,
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pcM t o- a mot 1 '.6r' -::-" II
MoioneryiJune 26, .J.ly l"w' 'e s!I r I 1 J'k
I 'Llmlt 1 VJ.! 31ACK a DECKER
The Harvey EJddyuCJass.1or .th4yc / BURl) 4-SHELF FAMILY II JACK RABBIT
ork Rit ;crfajasfln/Kyyviill; fcehefdon, ,, > ,. PLACEMATS STEEL 32-QUART PUMP :.
wo Saturday!iiljine Jfr and July 3 in,?, ?.CHARLIE I Ragular 1.99 SHELVING ICE CHEST. feg.13.111 ".::
aJ .._ Rag. 19.99 -
thl\li9P8erJl! nJUavvtey..SQa ; '' ''' SPRAY PERFUME Rag. 11." Sava 4.00 1
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!' hk l):dpd. r't.4f? Maspend Q > ;tUW.! 'I m tByRavlor.Q4rOZ. I 149 "' :s I
t the day, July 3. All y O"'l'> t en oJI 99 :;- 1499 1599 9
Masons arejnvited Ja attend. ''I I ( Ii I j Wicker, type Multi-purpose hand .
'... woven mats. Choice of colors. pump for many uses.
II' ,
;::'Duplicate' Bridge .... .
12.75 Value. Limit 1 4-QUART -
f Club Results while supplies last. -J. I f 1BUSHELLAUNDRY AUTO f ZEBCO 33 I POTTING .....
SEAT REEL & ROD ';r1'" itj--'
I 'of tlteff1'Ddplfcate1Bridge SOIL ,
Results' -- I BASKET . .I--' CUSHION Rag. 28.98 "," I
I Club played Tuesday night at the TUNIS .US .... ... Ragular ... I t I
S Starke Womans Club are: Rhea / ""t
I Johnson and Lora Johnson first andS ANTACID 1t i 99C fj; 299 2198" "eg/'Sea.S. .

:t Cecelia Terwillegar and Eva Mat- 3 ROLL PACK I '..:::::iI: I
thewson, second.
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| The club plays every Tuesday night 6 9
at 7:30: at the Womans Club and all

i bridge players are invited to attend. Limit! _
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Altar Society ) PROMPTBENZOCAINE -.., .," i :' ;; ;: ;.. '" o_

Names Committees q) !: : __
CREME CE.. .... r
I Josephine Gumber? president, 4-OZ. R.g.3.49 : : ... '1
presided at the meeting of St. Ed- .
S S ward's Altar Society held June 8 in -. :iiiurHj:'

:g:I the Parish HalL, :. 249 ': -- :' -- .. -- Himiilihi.. ......
S Betty Dazinskl was named Altar -... I 1 -: ." ::: ': :mm::: :

Chairman of the Society. Jane Bawek .i LLOYD'S LED :::....:.tm....... ..
has altar care during June. Mary ::: KEYSTONE 110TELESENSATRON

J Humphries and work Mrs.during Gumber July. __D'' / GALAXY 20-INCH CLOCK WITH ar ciL ..n.RADIO.,. or ....
volunteered for this
I Among other Chairman named WHEATACOL $ BOX FAN Has Modal snooze*J274 bar Regul.r2U', GRAN PRIX MULTI-BAND POCKET CAMERA
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:8\: respondencePauline Historian- Antoinette' Stefanelli.Oeschger, and .. f1 F16'1 F111 6II1A

I Reports were given by past president ,. You're to Like OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Sale Prices good thru Sat. June 26th.
1 / Carol Ashline on the receptionI school .' ... Going. ; WE. RESERVE'THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.
hosted the society for high .
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1 6 at the Western Steer Steak House. EckerdPhamacl.lsarehlghly-tr.lnedprolession.ls.who.r.going t ., , \ K.xBradford .
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made for the to you ala completely e r "r; Shopping. r
S Tentative plans were, to be education course to maintain an up-to-daia knowledge ot develop.' to ..}. ',,
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i I Action' Club's Youth Invitational Tour.a' y Starts Friday Night


b The Community Action Club of Bradford .ners and Lazy'Gators II of Jacksonville, and Moultrie youth tournament last month but
f County (formerly Civitans) hosts its 5th an- the Falcons cf Clayton,Ga., an Atlanta metro didn't fare well at Tifton last weekend, while
nual Invitational Youth Softball Tournamentthis team Live Oak was 5th at Moultrie and 3rd at Tif-
weekend at Edwards Rd. ballfield in ton, and the Stars 7th and 5th at those two
I 18-and-Under' Boys Division '1d.r;,:., .....,.::'. :,: Starke with 9 youth teams expected to be on Play starts Friday night at 7 p.m. with the events. Stars Coach Jerry McGriff, who is
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,. ,". T >,'ft* hand. Stars meeting St. Augustine first-year doubling as tourney coordinator this
,\ senior boys team.At 8:30: the Jr.Stars get into weekend, said St. Augustine is a newcomer to
: ',, St. Augustine StaraFriday / The Senior Boys division ((18-and-under) action against the Roadrunners. Action picks youth softball, and Casselberry moves up
., will include the host Starke Stars, the St. back up Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m. and after playing as a junior team last year.
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.' ',,0< Augustine Stars, the Casselberry Cats of the continues through Sunday with championshipgames Among the junior boys division teams the
7 p.m. 2)\,).}> Orlando area, the Live Patriots, and starting at 1 p.m. (see bracket below Roadrunners lead the Jacksonville league
McDonalds from Moultrie, Ga. left), while the Clayton Falcons were 5th at Tifton,
STARKE STARS The Junior Boys field ((15-and-under) includes :.. No clear-cut favorites pop out in either divi- rallying to beat the Jr. Stars in the loser's ,
r '\\" r. the local Jr. Stars, plus PIA Roadrun- sion. Of the senior teams McDonald's won the bracket of that tournament.
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10 a.m. 3)) r1 Stars Place 5th of 24 in Tifton, Ga. TourneyThe

McDonald., Mawltrl., Ga. Sunday, 2:30 p.m. I) ri','
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Starke Stars were 5th out of 24 teams in the Scott Hudson rapping 3 apiece.
I, .';''y'I' Friendly City Invitational youth Softball tournament in But in the semi's, the Sylvester, Ga. Buc's'limitedStarke

lOSER'S BRACKET I IE ". '. Tifton, Ga. last weekend, but Stars coach Jerry McGriff to 9 base hits and won 11-6. In the loser's bracketthe
Sunday, 1 1"l was disappointed Patriots eliminated the Stars 94.
I' Loser5 The Freebirds; of College Park,another Atlanta metro
l los r 1 5.30 p.m. 9)) 1------- "We played one good game and took 5th... if we'd have entry, won the tournament undefeated, with the Buc's
t, Saturday, 'I 1 I CHAMPION hit the ball like we ve been hitting we'd have been in the second, Live Oak third, C.T. Cunningham Bandits of
1:30 7)) .:1 2 3 McGriff said. Jacksonville fourth and the Stars 5th.
Saturday 1:30 p.m. 4)) j p.m. (If necessary) 1 1t top or ,
A .436 team batting average, 136 points below their For the weekend top hitter for the Stars was John
,
t Saturday 1 season average, kept the local 16-18 team from doing Thompson with a .571 average (8-for-14), along with
/ Losr 2 7:30 p.m. 6)) _______-.Jt | any better. They got to the winner's bracket semifinalsby part-time starter Blaine Dyal((5-7, .571. Chuck Johnsonhit
Horse Atlanta Metro team, 7.6 top- 0-3( final followed by Scott Hud-
t ( Loser of 8 If 1>t lostHome edging Crazy an ; .533 despite an game,
ping the Live Oak Patriots 5-1; and blanking Williams son .500, Jeff Johnson .467, and Richard Warren .444,
,Lo.. 3'j, Pontiac-Cadillac of Hartford, Ala. 10-0 in 5 innings. The among the players with at least 8 at bats.
3rd win took just 36 minutes as the Stars pounded 15 base Chuck Johnson led in runs scored with 7, with Warren
hits in the abbreviated contest with John Thompson and tallying 4 scores.
Run DerbySet


extra SaturdayAn attraction for the youth Jr. Stars Win 1, Lose 2 for 8th in Tiftonup I

tourney players, or anyone under

19 years of age, will be a home run The Starke Jr.Stars won 1 game and lost 2 to finish 8th with 8 runs in the 6th and 5 runs in the 7th to take the
derby to be held Saturday midday. out of 11 teams at the Tifton junior boys event. lead.
Starting at 11:30 a.m. and running Despite a 2-for-3 game by Jason Bennett,the Jr.Stars The Jr. Stars staged their own rally with a 5-run 7th In-
15-and-Under Division to about 1 p.m. action! will but still fell short 18-16.
Boys lost to the Tifton Express 16-5 in their opener. They ning ,
switch over to Westside Field for came back to eliminate the Tifton Rowdies 12-7 as John In the losing cause, Warren was 3-for-4,Thornton and
the HR derby. Contestants can pay David Francis and Robert Taylor went 2-2, and Mike Robert Carver 3-5, Bennett 2-3,and Marty Irons, Colvin,
STARKE JR STARS $1 for each try, and enter as often Colvin, Barry Warren, and Donald Thornton all con- and Robbie Boone 2-4.
as they wish before the derby ends. tributed 2 hits apiece.. Irons and Boone socked homers for the Jr. Stars, both
Hitters will choose their own pit going to deep center field for their 4baggers.The .
Friday, 8.30 p.m. 1)) cher, and get 10 swings from a The Starke 13-15 year olds dropped a heartbreaker in final tourney standings had the Mavericks winn-
maximum of 12 pitches. their next game, which could have put them in 5th place ing the championship, followed by: 2)) Sylvester Flyers
Roadrunnvr, Jacksonville Prizes include a steak dinner at rather than 8th. Leading 11-2 going into the 6th inningthe 3) Martin Downs, 4) Johnson City Tenn.5)) the Falcons,
Western Steer Steak House in Jr. Stars watched the Falcons of Clayton, Ga. come and 6) Galloway Sporting Goods of S. Carolina.
Starke for the winner (mostClayton

Saturday. 3 p.m 3)) homers), T-shirts and other items
Ca. Falcons donated by Bret&Jerry's sporting
goods, cold drinks etc. Dazzlers Sweep Through RoundRobinCummings I


Saturday, 8:30 a.m. 2)) :_....,_ ,.,1 The Community Bank Dazzlers won,,4 straight had 4. '
ballgames to capture their own round-robin women's Norman's Farm opened with a 23-2 win over the In-
Lazy Gator. II, Jackionvllf/ :' SD T day'1 t''ni. 6)I) Softball tournament last weekend at Edwards Rd. Fieldin vaders, and then Saturday blanked the Rowdies 12-0,
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!I I Starke. lost to the Dazzlers 10-5( and topped the Saints 10-1.( .
1 The Dazzlers topped Starke league champ Norman's Lane cracked the ball at a sizzling .750 pace (12-of-16))
LOSER'S BRACKET I : Farm 10-5( Saturday afternoon, and also beat the and knocked in 15 RBIs on 3 homers,2 triples, 2 doubles, f
------- ,,I Rowdies 14-3, the Saints 9-6, and won by forfeit over the and 5 singles. She plated 8 of the 12 runs in the win over
Saturday Sunday, 4pm. 7)) iI 1 Worthington Springs Invaders, who dropped out after the Rowdies, socking a 3-run homer in the 5th, another
1 9 p.m. 5)) (If necessary) I CHAMPION their one game against Norman's Friday night. 3-run shot in the 6th, and a 2-run triple in the 7th.
'.f Norman's was 3-1 in the round-robin to claim second Joy Main! hit .667 for Norman's with 8 RBIs. Sheryl
6 4)Lot ) 1 t :tJ place, while the Saints were 2.2 for third,the Rowdies 1.3 Jackson batted .533 with 6 runs scored and Vorease
Saturday p.mrlos.r ---------- for fourth, and the Invaders (0-4 for fifth. Jones hit 500. Leading run scorers were Angie Nix with
Loser 6 If 1st loss 1 "" Terri Lane of Norman's Farm,a former Florida Lady 9, and Linda Cubbedge and Lane with 7 apiece.
.' 'r Gator softballer, took top honors as MVP for the
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b' :- I Linda Leggett led the tourney champs in hitting with a Round-Robin Scores
:i 6-for-8 weekend (.750). Joanne Jackson hit .600, Valery 1) Dazzlers 9 Saints 6 '5) Dazzlers Norman's( 5'
Hamm .455, Harriet Hamm .444, Betty Jean Hudson '
2) Norman's 23 Invaders 2 6) Norman's 11 Saints 1
.417, and Jeanna Thompson .333. Jackson and Hudson. _3).Saints 8a Rowdies 4 : : I1) DazzlerSl4Rowdies3
tied for the lead in runs scored with 5 apiece, and Myra '4) Norman's 11Rowwes?0'- ,




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"""- .. .' .ti games in last thanks to the rain with John David Francis was 24. Shane Johnson 2-2 with a double, Jeff.
\; .'( the league-leading Starke Stars, Belcher 3-5, Darrell Q'NeaI2-5 with a
WeekendSoftball i Start 13 ry Si ChUCk Johnson:
ings Kingsley Lake Pine Level, and both 2-for-a with doubles and craced 2 triple and was:3-for-3 and homer;and Lonnie Zurfluh 2-4.
Presbyterian coming up with the Jim Garrison went 2-4 for the win- John Bennett went>2-3 with another For the losers M Brunetti Sr was
wins. ners, who were heldped by 41st Bap- triple as the Starke Stars downed.;.* 3-3, and Dampier, Spell, Mike Brunetti -
? Kingsley Lake's win was the most tist errors in the big 3rd frame. Calvary Baptist. .,'and Beck each had 2 hits.
important, because it came against For the losers Mike Hartley Mike Southerland added hits including
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Sports Editor third-place 1st Baptist (by\ a 12-7 homered, E.D. Phillips was 3-3, and a double for the winners. Starke Stars 1S-1
count) and put Kingsley two games Kevin Johns and M. Phillips were 22. For Calvary Buddy Padgett was 2-4 Kingsley Lake 11-4
.. ahead in the battle for second place. with a homer and Mike Ames and let Baptist tae
Monday,June 21KlngtUy Pin. Level 18 Jr. Start li Pine Level Gene Vanzant added 2 hits each. 1st Methodist -10 S-ll
Calvary ,
Lake 12. 1 tt Baptist 7:An 8-run won its 6th game behind the hitting of
How come softball tournaments aren't going these days? 3rd inning was the difference as D. Alvarez 3-for-5 with 2 triples, Tom Thursday 20,Jun.Edwards l EPr.sbyt.rian 13i ..'......,.... wiSmyrna
Is it the economy that keeps sponsors from forking up the dollars to enter? Kingsley Lake Baptist turned back Dudding 3-4, Greg Alvarez 3-5, and scored-In Baptist 1J-3
inningbut
Do prices keep teams from traveling? Are teams tiring of softball after bid Presbyterian every Presbyterian IH
gas 1st Baptist's to overtake KL's Lloyd Allen and Randy Alvarez 24. the last to beat St. Edwards, Pine Level Baptist ale
the regular city league season? Or, is interest in weekend activity just stronghold on second place. For the Jr. Stars Donald Thornton thanks to the batwork of Mike St Edwards 4-11
dwindling?? Mike McRae, and Dwayne Hardee, tripled: and doubled, Jason Bennett Sanders 3-for-3 with a homer and dou Jr Stan i-ig
know but it's obvious weekend '
I don't the reason, or reasons, softball tour-
naments aren't flourishing like they have in the past, and I'm talking about
north Florida, not just Bradford County.
Last week's Daizler's Invitational was reduced to a round-robin tourney .Iessies LoungeJoey KEYSTONE HEIGHTS |
when just 5 teams showed up, and one of them dropped out, 3 other men's :
tournaments and another women's event were called off earlier here, In-
cluding the Kiwanis Club's invite, which was started on the premise it wouldbe Presents CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
a standout tourney for top teams. And, Starke Stars coach Jerry McGriff
had a devil of a time getting youth teams to play in the Action Club youth
tournev this weekend,.. '

..Two players from coach:Gayle Lee's outstanding BHS girls softball SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE
team were listed on the Gainesville Sun's All-Area softball team. And even
better news than that is the fact that both will be back next year, along with ,
much of the team -
Smooth sophomore shortstop Mashell Brown was named to the honor roll, Herre. BACK PAIN SSrS WHIPLASH
with hard-hitting junior outfielder Kathy Diggs...
along (BACKACHE) TJL'r (AUTO INJURIES)

...Starkettes softball coach Lorretta Marchant says that despite the fact At The Piano //1 .I'' \ A NECK PAIN lUt NUMBNESS OR PAIN
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she loses just 3 girls off her Junior team Starke should have a Senior girls : ; SHOULDER PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS
team for 15-18 year olds next year. 6 to 9:00: p.m. HEADACHES W ON THE JOB INJURIES
"We're planning to have a 16-18 girls team next year,just like the boys. I (MIGRAINE) fW WORKERS COMP
think the interest is there," Mrs. Marchant said... Thurs.-Sat. nights :
PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
...The Cubbctte of Lawtey went over to Lake Butler weekend before last
and won the 3rd Annual Muscular,Dystrophy Invitational tournAment. HappyjflOlir MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY

'" CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED

... Tommy and Pat Clark made it a full weekend during their Father's Day 5 to '7 Everyday "T/i/ Doctor Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine
weekend trip to see son Kenny play in the South Atlantic League all star
} But Will Interest His Patients In T/i. Car Of The Human

game.The Clarks drove 8 hours to Anderson" ,South Carolina,watched Kenny and I ..".. Frame In Diet And In The Cause* Prevention Of Disease"

his Anderson Braves teamates play their final regular season game of the T. EDISON
1st half (they finished second) Saturday, and then took a 4-hour trip to
Greensboro for the all star game Sunday afternoon. 4 hours back to Anderson LADIES NIGHT TUESDAY -. ALL' NIGHT 24 Hour Emergency:Answering Service
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Sunday night, and then back home Monday. Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6
9 to
It was all worth it though. They got to see Kenny get a plaque in a brunch Drinks at Hour: Prices Saturday 2
awards ceremony before the all star game and play 3 innings in the meetingof Happy

the best Sally League players. Kenny,was,hitless, but hit the ball every r : 'Ditw. 4733604;
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Women's League Champs... Norman's Farm... 2nd Best in the Women's League.. Lawtey bet'e; ... I

Starke league champs Norman's Farm got together 2nd row, left to right Coach Randy Jones Peggy Net- Number two in Starke Women's League play this year lop row left to right Nurnell Williams, Lori Berry,
for this picture just before their championship series tles, Linda Cubbedge, Pam Johns, Sheryl Jackson,.Joy were the Lawtey Cubbettes pictured above. Brenda Butler, Mary Strong, Coach Willie Brown,
with the Cubbettes. Mains Sandra Norman, and coach Roy Jackson.Not They are: front row, left to right Janet Williams, Sylvia Jenkins, Bonnie Brown, Cathy Diggs, and Lilly
Pictured are, front row, left to right: Kay Allen, Gayle pictured are Terri Lane, Barbara Brown Vickie Clara DeSue Brenda Mack, Judy Bright, Charlotte Mack.
I.eenRII..' Nix, Vorease Jones, Lorna Leasure, and Gaines Lisa Alvarez, Kathy. Whitehead and Diane Berry, Antoinette Bright, and Rochelle Bright Batboys down below are Shannon and Cletus Brown.
Karen Norman. Smith.





I Normans Sweeps- Cubbettes for TitleNorman's I-fIEAGlElfIII J



Farm made a clean Hollingsworth Leads Women's League Hitters on sale Wednesday, Thursday, "
sweep of the playoff for the Women's Women's Leaguewith & Saturday! d
League championship last Wednes- B.J. Hollingsworth of the Saints led Hollingsworth hit a cool .571 Friday hOl' ,
day, downing the Lawtey Cubbettes the women s league in batting (20-for-35) to beat out Nancy Mitzel of
14-9 and 9-2 to take the best 2-of-3 a 4-run 3rd inning as Lillie Mack average this year and Linda Cub- the Rowdies,who stroked the ball at a -NEW ftre- Sa"e
series 2-0 and win the championship. pounded a home run, but Norman's bedge of Norman's Farm was the top .559 pace (19-of-34)). 97
Both teams had finished 11-3 in added 6 runs in the 5th and went up home run hitter, according to stat's Cubbedge crunched 9 homers, 2 bet- I JPRICESr \0
league play. 12-6 as Gayle Lee ripped a homer. compiled by the Telegraph ter than Lilly Mack of the Cubbettes. uP
As coach Randy Jones said after- Lee was 3-5 with her homer and a %
wards, Norman's was "inspired", triple, Sheryl Jackson 2-4 with a
and ready to play Wednesday. They homer, and Joy Mains, Karen Nor- ToplOHIMertminimum 52
stroked 32 hits in the doubleheader to and Sandra Norman all 2-4 for ( 26 at bolt)
man,
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the Cubbettes 19, and made their hits Normans.For 1)) Hollingsworth (Saints). . .571
count. the Cubbettes Janet Williams, 2)) Nancy Mitzel (Rowdies). .. . .. . .. ... 559
"That the Mack 3) Elaine Pete (Dazzlers). . . . .. . 548
difference and Lillie
bet.
was big were
last and what we've Judy Bright, 4)) Kathy Diggs (Cubbettes). . . .. . .541
ween night been
24.In San- 5)Sandra Norman(Normans). .. .. .. . 536
doing lately, Jones said Thursday game 2, Norman's pitcher 6) Harriett Hamm (Dazzlers). . . ... . .535
morning. "We hit theball when we dra Norman held the Cubbettes 7) Brenda Mack (Cubbettes). . . .. .. ,529
needed to for a change. Plus, wedidn't scoreless until the top of the 7th and 8) Gayle Lee (Normans). . . .. .. .. .. 527
make as many mental by that time Norman s was up 90. 9)) Kathy Whitehead Normans). . .. . .500 Mrarny,
mistakes and didn't make"but about 3 Lee, who scored 6 runs in the 2 10) Terri Fender (Starkettes). . . .. .. 483
or 4 errors in both games. games, was 3-for-4 with a triple, Lin-
A 6-run 1st inning by Norman's set da Cubbedge 3-3 with a double, Kay Hem Run Hitters

the tone for Wednesday night. second Allen 2-3, and Terri Lane, who had 6 1) Linda Cubbedge Top(Normans). . . . . 9
batter Angle Nix doubled there and RBIs for the night, slugged 2 doubles. 2) Lilly Mack (Cubbettes). .. . . .. .. .7
went on to a 5-for-5 first game spree. No Cubbette had more than 1 hit in 3) Val Seay (Lawtey Rebels). . . .. . 5
The Ci'ibettes pulled to within 6-5' the nightcap.

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Wishbone of Lawtey locked up the .. ... Actions li The 1st plaC}).
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Dixie Boys baseball league crown by
thumping the Actions 16-2 and the helped them cruise to an easy victors
.x ,'1"1 Olympians 14-1 last week in the only ,,over the Actions:; ". :!=
;,<.t Boys games that escaped the rain. David Bass and Stacey Green both)
-N.N stroked 2 hits, including doubles, to
!: ,. The wins pushed Wishbone lo. a lead the winners, with Lamar Austin
'' : :'" sterling finish of 14 wins and 2 lossesin going l-for-2 and Tammy Giddens and

;\ :; the.league for 13-14 year olds; giving David Manning 11. 5
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p Rec. Department ball schedulesinto ,'6:30: and the Express and Country:i:

"'1 ," .. ,,'7. a shambles and Starke Rec. Boys making up 2 rainouts in a :;
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:: The long-delayed Minor League ,;:
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t' 1 14 and 2, and League Champs by Far... figure in the final standings will be tournament final between the;

I The Wishbones of Lawtey pictured above finished up with It wins and just I 2nd row, left to right: Coach David Bass Chuck Ross< Danny Manning made up. Phillies and Lawtey Rangers is set .:
.I 1 losses in Dixie: Boys ((11-11) play and are the 19K2 Starke league champions. David Bass Jr., Lee Austin Clint Jenkins Gerald Brown, and assistant coach The men's action from Tuesdaywas for 5:45 at Pratt St. field Thurs- '

\ Pictured are: front row, left to right Tammy Giddens, Mike Gowens, Sean Jerry. Feltner. Not pictured was Silas Jenkins. moved back to Wednesday, day night, June.24. If the Rangerswin ;

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: Rainouts left the Men's League game if necessary would start at Boys slapped a double for the only extra base hit of For the Wildcats. Wayne Teston was 3-4 with 2 Wom.n i'A' 5 4
the homers Mike Brown 2.3 with a double.C.Johnson HOW The
trophies up in the air and makeup the same time Wednesday night, June game. 2-3. and Fred Crews 2-3 with a triple. J.HCJ1 (July*.II, Lake teller) ::,:
games will go a long way in decidingwho 30.If Quick IMP tl Wlt"301 Quick Stop finished Norman's Farm
gets what hardware from the Express sweeps the Country Boys up a 18-2 league lesson with an easy win over the ue ran II.win's I ii Express just barely averted a Registered ASA
the league championship playoff is Wildcats as Shelton Keen went 4-for-4 and Tom big upset that could have sidetracked Its league title Wom.n''B'The .
: 1982 Starke league season.In Paladino, Gene Tanner, Crews, Hlggs, and, chances.as Donald Wheeler singled home Ran
the chase for first prize 301 Quick set to start next Tuesday, June 29, Farelon McClellan all busted homeis dy Corbin with the game-winning run in the bottomof registration date for ASA soft- (July, ,.11.St.....) i:
Stop finished up its league season with a doubleheader starting at 6:30.: the 8th inning. ball tournament play is past and 12 Lawtey Cubbettes :
Paladino smacked 2 HRs and a double In going
strong and sits at 16-2 for the year but Also Keystone Merchants and 3-for-3. Rogers was also S-S with 2 triples and a Top hitters for Express. in the win were Bill teams from Starke registered in the Community Bank Dazzlers .:
BC Express is 14-2 and with wins in 2 Olin's Mobile Homes, both 8-9 in the double Tanner was 3-4 with 2 doubles to go with Goodge..with a triple,and Randall Thomas and various classifications. Bradford Furniture Saints g
makeup games will tie for the lead league, are set to play a makeup his roundtripper, and T.Johnson and Crews were Corbin,both 2-4 with doubles. For Olin's, Anthony Besides the Starke Stars, Jr. Stars ':
and force a best-of-3 playoff. Expressis game Wednesday night, June 23, at 34.For Lawtey Wayne Teston and Vic Massey were Dommon was 2-3 and Roderick DeSue doubled. and Starkettes, who are all registeredIn Men Church '
scheduled to make up 2 postponed 6:30 at Edwards to decide 3rd and 4th both 22.K.yttan.. the ASA Jr. Olympic youth softball (July t-11 1.Lok*city) .:
games with DJ Country Boys with a place. Handing, W-l programs here's the way local adult Kingsley Lake Baptist ::

doubleheader starting at 7:30: W.dne. ....." ..1,...IC (Ihrovjh Jun.. 12)) 16-2 teams registered and the site and 1st Baptist '
Wednesday night, June 23, at Ed- Me.d.y.Aim II 10. wildcats f i Keystone scored 4 runs in 301 Express Quick Stop 14-2 date of their Sub-District tourneys: Smyrna Baptist ;
wards Rd. Field. Honky't**Country easy 4,The Honky'l nailed duwn the bottom of the 6th and then stopped a 7th-Inning Keystone Merchants 8-9 M.n's'B' Men's Open .
their 5th win by scoring runs in the top of the drat Wildcat rally 1 run short of tieing the game back Olin's Mobile Homes B-9
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starting at 6:30: at Edwards Rd. The either team to have 2 hits and Steve Cox of Country Chuck Dickinson bashed a Ist-inning home run. Lawtey Wildcats 3-15

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I' 13 Teams Share T-Ball LeadThe I National Guard Giants Sew Up Dixie Major League TitleLike II


the postman, the National Monday night and that was enough to Mo.4.,.June 31laws. Heavn.tr stroked 3 hits In 3 al bats.
Starke Monday morning T-Ball league( Is Eric, and Rodney all scored :limes I to lead the Aiding the Giants cause was Jason RoeIM1cIl2.for.3
Guard Giants refused to be stoppedby claim 7-3 victory and clinch the ,Geld S Maw si John Berry,Bloznlcka,and
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about as close as it can be with the Rascals Peeps winners. R. Wilkerson rapped 2 hits apiece Jamie Crews ,Alien Porter with a homer, Robbie McRae
and Zonkers all tied with 2 win 1 Inns records For the Crackers Rabble Quentin, Steven rain in a march towards their ap- league championship.With homered and Allen Wood doubled to push Lawtey with a double, and Rnh Powers 1-2.
Monday,June IIP Jason. Jeffrey, Robert, and r Benji each scored 3 pointed rounds of capturing the Just 1 makeup game left, the Giants 14-3 Gold past the Meta in Lawtey. w.................ItGI.
-.t 25.Zank...101 Jeff Chris Ethan,Sean and Monday Jose 14 Starke Major League baseball title record Is too good to be caught,as the Dodgers are For the losers Jamey Carver was :3-for-4 with a ..., I 12.L M.y Geld Ii Paul Akridge ran his personal
Heather all scored" 3 times as the Peeps. zonked l theZnnker.23.20. Zonk.rt II II....|. 14i The Zonkers ran up a big last week. 11.5 with 2 makeup games to play and Lawtey Blue triple and double Hal Davis 2-2 with a double, and league pitching record to 1O-O with shutter
score on the Rascals as Kevin, Justin Marcus, 9-t with the same makeup setup. B. Rehburg 2 4 with a double. and Richie Barnes and Robbie McRae provided
Top scorers for the Zonker. were Marcus, Heth't.iy, Johnny, Torika Williams Jeremy, and Thundershowers wiped out much of Now the battles are for 2nd and 4th place. The oi mt.,.0.......3,The Giants clinched the Major the offense as the Giants won easily. .7
Jeremy and Brmttany with 3 runs Uritlcn/ each scored 3 runs for the winners. the league schedule but the Giants Braves and Meta are both 7-8 heading Into a League championship with victory In this ram- Barnes was 3-tor-3 with Z homers aria McRae 2 t
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For two Melrose brothers.Stephenand Wood used was some of the finest
Gayleni.Fairclolh' ,'any old house, available at the time heartwood pine
'no matter'hqw,Itavaged, by':time,, or taken from the center of the tree,
abused by:years ot'neglect t.is good which is known for its ability to last
:enough to preserve for, (Rhe future. for years without rotting.
-' "There is :something about.taking Sieve bays that house had gone
an old house:liKe this and:Watching it without any paint on the exterior for 1
'-"come alive again''that really makes almost 10 years before they got the 9h ko 1"r .. r i
-'you feel ,good," Stephen says. job. but most of the wood is btill in 4 y"I I i; 1
::Watching it:come'along in.(he different Back in those days the house was '
", stages is exciting because most the center of family functionswed- ::
'of the houses we'work on'are In such dings births and deaths. In 1910 the
bad shape to begin with."
front porch was converted into an ice
-, Steve and Gaylen have been restoring cream store, which must have been __
houses in the, Melrose and popular during those long, hot sum- ''
Gainesville' area .for the past five' .mer days during the years before the
'years now.and have left behind thema First World War.
= trail of happy owners who have had Wood used was some of the finest
'the foresight to see the worth in old available at the time heartwood pine,
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-,houses some of which have been taken from the center of the tree
more than 100 years old or more. which is known for its ability to last ,1 r
"We worked on" ''a house In for years without rotting. ,. ... .c r .
Gainesville that was 120 years old and Stephen says that house had gone S+rL1 y'r T1't prM''
I could have sworn I heard ghosts without the exterior for Awm
paint on
any i
walking around in that one," Mike t u 4 t i ,( I J'ti '
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almost 10 years before they got the ). }' 4, atE. lt'
.jokes ah he bends over some wood- job but most of the wood is still in
work. "You never can tell what your good shape. 4I
:going to find in some of these places." The craftsmanship is of high quality -
Current project for the two brothers too. Although Steve feels that
Js the old Hampton House that carpenters in the old days' really
overlooks SR.26 in the middle of varied in their work as much as the
,Melrose. The new owners have hired craftsmen of today do, he called the
the two house restorers to refurbish 'work in the old Hampton house"someof -___ .e A.. w Y,e. ,
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.the 110 year old building, and convertit the finest I've seen."
into a restaurant to be called\ the had much time to do Old lnni "i/.
Point Inn." "They so more w 11"11'0"' ill M/r" is heist; # r"1",1Griffis
"Breezy things back then than most companies -
"People who are looking for a good "
do now, he says. "We seem to
investment would do well to look at have lost the desire for houses like
:Some older houses like this" Michael this with ornate woodwork and
:.says. "With the cost of new construe- spiraling staircases and,in a way itsa & SongsOUTDOOR
jtion going up the way it is these days, shame."
Home of the older places look better The interior trim job catches the
:and better all the "
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eye as you first walk in, the wood
j The restoration process took more along the walls, the ceiling and even
;than a year, because extreme care the floor have been carefully roundedto
was necessary in the cleaning and re fit into each other. MARINE
painting. Then the decisions had to The two restorers have had to
how much of the old,
made on original
replace some of the trim because sec-
wood- could be saved tions of it had been damaged at
The two brothers always try to save various times over the years, and Stumpnocker Boat & Mercury Outboards
as much as possible from the original of
Mike proudly showed off one his
structure, of course and that constantly -
new pieces next to one of the old; it

the house varies was cared depending for, the on how extent well of was"We almost went a perfect in the attic match.and looked Fri & 26
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termite damage any,and any other for some more wood like this"he explained &l(; *. : n'
?:non-repairable Items that.coufd pose ""Since' it would be,,out of"" ; "
.A' safety hazard to the new occupants sight up there we took sections of it
According i to Mike, the house was out and moved it down into the main 4'
originally built in 1882 by Mrs. Ida ,rooms.We found just enough to pretty .
Hampton head of one of the first much complete the dining area Grand
families to live in Melrose. The first t downstairs. Opening
Version' of the structure had just two
rooms then a large back porch was Please See House on Page 7B...
added and later a second story



I :Old Melrose ChurchIs SPECIALS



r \ Living Artifact Adult Ski..Reg. 89.95..Sale 55.88

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By Linda Wharton destroyed the Episcopal Church InCedar Children Ski..Reg. 49,95..Sale 35.88
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Nestled under large oaks on the In viewing the altar from the congregation -
quiet main street in Melrose stands one will see the reredos, Hydro Slide..Reg. 115.oo..Sale 85.88 Max
the quaint Trinity Episcopal Church the ornamental wood partitian behind
much the same as it did almost 100 Limited Edition
ago.Although. Please See Church on Page 6 B... Ski VeSt 35 88
years . Reg.. 39.95..Sale Fishing Outfit
the church congregationjust
celebrated its 101st anniversary, QO $19.95 retail value
the building where parishioners worshiped T U b e- N-I t. Reg. 59.95Ski . .Sale .5.
long ago as well as today,was FLORIDA Free with the
not built until 1888.
The small frame building was THEATREStarke ROpeS . Reg. 798. . .sale 5.88
designed in the Carpenter Gothic Purchase of Boat

style Richard by an Upjohn.Anglican Upjohn architect of named Wall 964-5451 Mere 40 All Skis in Stock 20% Off Motor & Trailer

Street, New York designed many Friday thru Tuesda
rural churches in that day for"small.
poor,country churches" that could be
BOATS
built for less than $900. THEWARRIOR I USED
This particular design enabled local
carpenters to use materials availableto
them in their own communities.The .

named church Judd,is built in"board by a Melrose and batter"man us- Y 19 Ft. Larson w/175 Mercury & trailer. '. . $5,55588

construction from heart pine lumbercut

Melrose at a sawmill vicinity that at that was in time.the Then will ba no 14 Ft. Ranger Bass Boat. . . . . . 65588

Chimney and foundation bricks are Krwanls Movie
said to have come from Campville a this month 65588
brickworks located to the southwestof 16 Ft. Sportcraft Run-A-bout . . . . .
the community.
:1: The little church still appears as it 301 DRIVE-IN
did in the 1800's with a white coat ofpaint w/40 HP & trailer. .205588TOARbS
on the outside and the interior 'Friday thru SaturdayRichard 14 Ft. Ranger Mercury . .
(left natural, neither stained nor
painted.
.: A sheet metal roof has since replaced Pryor In
the original shingle one and concrete -
front and side steps have replaced Some Kind
the wooden ones of years gone by.
Judd added two transepts one now of Hero
housing the organ and the other used
for a vestry.In 1915 stained glass win- "
dows from England replaced the PLUS HUB
$lear ones.Stepping.
inside the small serene Flash Gordon
church is like a trip back in history.
Original gas light fixtures installed
down each side of the interior.lend Rated: RSun.
themselves to the authenticity of the ,
past but have since been converted ., Mon., Tues.
for the use of electricity.
The original pews of Trinity's Leon Kennedy InPenitentiary

today's rounders members are still while being they occupyed listen by to U FREE Fish Fry & Coke Hwy. 301 N. Starke; Florida

Bible readings from the same lectern
was used back in the 1800's. The MGR- FRANK SHEFFIELDServing
only difference in the lectern Is that it -PLUS- Saturday June 26 1982
has been made taller. It, along with ,
the original altar (now in the parish ((904)) 964-766Z
hall\ ), was made to fit the short Sizzling Seniors .
stature of Trinity's first priest, a Mr. .

Gilmore..The present altar used in the church'. Rated: R 11 am 1 pm' All Boat & Motor Repair By Grits & Son Fiberglassr

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Obituaries

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Mr. Strickland was a retired auto
Mae Z. MasseyMae Chappell of the Chimes with Father Mr Frees was a Navy Veteran of United Methodist Church with the Church. mechanic and a member of Paran
Author Lee officiating. Burial was in WWII. He retired in September of pastor, Rev. Warren D. Langer of- Survivors include two daughters, Baptist Church of Grandin. He was a
2 Massey 71, former residentof Illllcrest Memorial Park, 1981 as a purchasing agent with theE ficiating. Burial was in the family plot Jackie Samons of Starke, and Bar- membmer of Melrose Masonic Lodge
Gainesville died)Thursday,June 17 Gainesville. WilliamsThomasFuneral .I. Dupont Company with over 33 in Eliam Cemetery at Melrose. bara Harvey of Atlanta; six grand-
at Regency Oak East Hospital. Home was in charge of ar years service. He was a member of DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in children and seven great- 89.Survivors include two daughters,
Born in Gainesville she was a rangements. the First United Methodist Church charge of arrangements. grandchildren. Mrs. Ilene Fulghum of Palatka, and
homemaker and lived with her and American Legion Post.56, both of Funeral services were held 2pm. Linda Sullivan of Starke; twobrothl'rs
daughter. Betty Baldwin, of Starke. Starke. Monday, June 21, in the Chapel of Mrs Treadwell Strickland of
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Survivors include three daughters, Victor Frees Survivors include his wife, Carr Colley DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with Kingsley Lake, and John Monroe
Mrs. Myrtle Nobles of Gainesville Victor Frees, 57, of Lake Rosa near Charlotte P. Frees; two daughters, Carr Colley, 80, of Starke, died in Rev. Warren D. Langer officiating. Strickland of Jasper, Fla., and three
Mrs. Margaret Smith of Lake Worth Melrose, died in the Alachua General Vickie Powell of Starke, and Kathy the Bradford County Hospital Satur- Interment was in the family plot in .
Florida, and Mrs. Baldwin; three Hospital, Gainesville, Friday after Whitehead of Lake Butler; a son, day, June 19. Sapp Cemetery in Raiford. grandsons.Funeral services were held TUes-
sisters, Mrs. Bessie L. Carter Mrs. noon. Donald W. Frees of Starke; two Born in Archer, Fla., July 30, 1901, MarshallIallieStrickland day at 2 p.m.at Paran Baptist Church
Merry Mallard, and Mrs. Edna He had lived in Melrose for the last brothers, Larry Gillman of Los he came to Starke as a youth from with Rev. Raymond Ward officiating,
Miller all of Gainesville; 13 grandchildren five years, moving there from Starke Angeles, Calif., and Lester Swartz, of Macclenny.Mr. assisted by Rev. Jakie Carmicle./
and IB greatgrandchildren.Funeral where he had lived for over 25 years. Michigan, and two grandchildren. Colley was a retired hotel- Marshal Mallie Strickland, 66,. of Burial was in Paran Cemetery.
services were held Monday He was a native of St. Paul, Min- Funeral services were held at, 10 restaurant manager. He was a Florehome, Fla.,died Saturday at the Masters Funeral Home of Palatkawas
June 21, at Williams-Thomas nesota. a.m. Monday, June 21, in the First member of the First United Methodist home of his daughter in Starke. in charge; of arrangements.









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Dora Alice Lee
Thomas Edison Bryant
PhillipsDora Field Day for Amateurs

Alice Lee Phillips,83,of Lake Melrose and Theodor "Ted" Phillipsof Thomas Edison Bryant 69,of Lake brothers Charley Bryant ol Tampa -
Hullcr died Tuesday June 15, in Lake Butler; three sisters.!' Mrs. Butler, died Monday, June' 21, in and Thomas J. Bryant, Jr. of New Amateur radio operators (Hams) will :set up communications equip-
Community Convalescent Center in Alachua General Hospital after long Smyrna Beach; a sister, Velma Min- from Bradford and Alachua Countieswill ment outside normal operating loca- I
Vallie Harmon of Hurst, Texas, Mrs.
Gainesville after an extended illness.A nick of ,
illness. Tampa and three grandsons gather June 26 at 2 p.m. on the tions and will operate continuouslyfor
nall"e of Cookvtlle, Tenn., Mrs. Bessie Markham of Gainesville, and Funeral shores of Santa Fe Lake fur the 1982 24 hours in competition with other
Phillipj' moved to Lake Butler six Mrs Velma Sanders of McGregor, Born in Manatee County, Mr. services were Tuesday, Amateur Radio Field" Day, a yearly amateur groups.
years ago from Gainesville, where Texas; ten grandchildren and two Bryant had lived most of his life there June 22,at 7 p.m. in the Chapel of Ar- event sponsored by the American Bill DeShea,Communications Coor-
she had lived for than 30 Rreat-grandchildren.; until moving to Lake Butler in 1972. Radio Relay League.
more years. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler, dinator of North Florida District Civil
She was a Presbyterian and a retired lie was a carpenter and a member of This is the first time the field day Defense, will observe .
funeral services were Saturday, with Rev. Leamon Ward operations.The
salesperson. Bethany Baptist Church near Par- officiating. has been held in Bradford County
June 19, at 2 p.m. in Archer Funeral rish, Fla.Survivors. Burial followed on Wednesay,June 23 Simulated emergency radio communication event is scheduled to begin at 2 .'
Survivors include two daughters Home Chapel with nev. wavne Hancock at 2 p.m. in the Bethany Cemeterynear networks will be p.m. EDT on Saturday the 26th of
Mrs. Lovita Clawson of Key West,and include his wife, Beaulah Parrish, Fla. Archer Funeral established to test preparedness and June.
Mrs. Earlene Goode of Pensacola; otliciahng Burial followed in S Bryant of Lake Butler; a daughter, Home of Lake Butler was in charge of For further information contact P.
two sons, Troy Edwin Phillips of Elzey Chapel Cemetery. Mary Etta Jenkins of Tampa; three, arrangements. to A r.'.improve,.-..- --.I.amateur.. -n...,.-"operations." ...,..., -'He C. Stegall KA40TG.






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Crowded Prison System: Gets Relief Patrolman Ricky Bennett. In Alledged Brutality

Superintendent c:Ct.: Strickland,Jr.

TALLAHASSEE The Florida Engineer has delayed construction of William August Fehrs, Jr. of announced the suspension' two
ing constructed behind Florida State medium-security inmates. turned off of and three correctional
Jacksonville right officer
I Senate; blowing under heavy a South Florida sergeants
pressure and
''from1' Gdv. Bob Graham and the medical center that reception the departmentwants Prison taking up half of the ball field. The buildings are surrounded by Jackson St. onto Clark St. when his one's following an investigation'of
House1'leadership, unanimously gave to build in Dade County until Two of the "plywood" buildings,are chain-link fences topped with barbed 1982 Ford van collided with a 1972 brutality at Florida State, Prison.!
the now being occupied housing 40 In- wire and patrolled by correctional of Ford pickup driven by Evelyn Minnie
state :
prison system $24.5 million planners submit an enviromental- occurred when j8 inmates .
Incident
mates each. ,This Is an ficers. The ;
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emergencystep
In emergency financing to help solve impact statement to the federal to help solve the overcrowdingcrisis Two 'dormitory Griffis of Lawtey as she was backing were transferred. to FSP. from;
the buildings are being from a parking space. I :
inmate overcrowding crisis and government. in Florida's prison system. constructed Avon Park Where there!had be pnlrpu-! : I
avoid a takeover by federal judge. at FSP Q-unit.which will No improper driving took place, according "
I Temporary relief is in sight for the The barracks were built primarily house 56 inmates each. O-unit houses to Patrolman Ricky Bennett. ble. The inmates were"shooktlown' '
Sixnewinstitutions,with beds for overcrowding in the Florida prison by inmates with some being'finished minimum-medium security inmates, Damage was $225 to the van, and when they arrived at FSP F.ebi: ,,$,,"
rmorethat,3OOO, inmates are on the system with buildings being con- about three weeks ahead of schedule. according to Superintendent ,e;:. G. $115 to the pickup. which standard. procedure :; ,::}> 4
,department's drawing boards. But structed in several locations. The The prisoners housed in the barracksare Strickland, Jr. Officers had no Vay ''of"khbwinitwhether ; J 1
,corrections planners have been block- courts are sending approximately 350 normally kept at' the Receptionand The need for additional bed space Clarence Edward DeSue of Starke or not the inmates wale arnt.t
,ed by residents throughout the state additional prisoners each month into Medical Center near Lake Butler for prisoners is'at' an all time high. reported someone struck the front of ed. with homemade weapons untJ11a j j
I ,who do. not want a prison near their the system, causing the over for a month's evaluation where they Prison officials predict they will be his car on Florida Street, then left the they were, searched, sa.ldi' ; J
home. crowding. learn prison regulations before they 1,000 beds short by August unless temporary scene June 20. superintendent. 1|
In addition, the Army ,Corps r Eight new wooden barracks are be are transferred to one of Florida's 26 shelters are constructed. Damage to the 1974 Oldsmobile was .J
nriann for adults. The inmates are $150, according to Assistant Chief, A Jacksonville newspaper, waacotk']
Harold Crews. tacted by an officer in the prison;;

FSP Inmate Very few people were around during tempted to turn left in front of them. Damage to Smith's Chevrolet was system with reports of brutauty; i
the lunch hour and no one was in Both vehicles had to stop suddenly estimated at $200. No damage I was Carolyn Taylor Bright of Lawtey the inmates. An investigation wa3I
Stabbed "'-
June 17 jured. and Plath, unable'to in time, listed to Herndon's 1970 Ford, accor- parked her 1973 Pontiac behind CarolA. conducted in several of .Florida'sprisons. ,
Florida State Prison inmate Horace Inmates and staff tried to put the struck the rear of Johnson's vehicle. ding to Lt. Lane Sibley. Smith's vehicle to let the driver &
Anderson was stabbed June 17 while fire out but were unable to do so and Johnson suffered a possible neck In- out, then Smith got into her 1978 The suspensions at FSP area result,
standing on the' quarter-deck of called the UCI fire department.The jury in the June 19 accident east of Rosa Dammon Thomas?. 32, of Chevrolet pickup and backed into of the investigations started'I 1M|'!f
K-wing. Anderson was taken to the building is structurally sound Starke, according to Trooper B. A. Starke was cited for violation of Bright's Pontiac. February. The sergeants ,.were}
Reception Medical Center and later to and suffered mostly water damage.The Williams. license restriction and improper The accident occurred June 22 at suspended for three days and the,C0fe
Shands Teaching Hospital. flames shot out of the vents and Damage to Johnson's 1974 change of lanes in a June 19 accident. the Starke Tire Center on US-301. I's were suspended for two days.. j|
I Anderson was stabbed with a knife the electricity was off but they expectto Plymouth van was$500. There was no Thomas was attempting to change Damage was estimated at $275 to ;
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by inmate John Atterbury, according be back in production within a few listed damage to Plath's 1973 Ken- lanes on US-301 and SR-100 when her the pickup and$400 to the Pontiac, according '\m
to Assistant Superintendent R. L. days, according to spokesman. Vernon worth semi-truck; car, a 1976 Pontiac, struck a 1979 Pon- to Patrolman Ricky Bennett. Brooker Man Arrrested
Dugger. The inmates had been talk- Bradford. No citations were issued in the acci- tiac driven by Gwendolyn Marie Patterson '
ing when Atterbury pulled a knife and dent. of Jacksonville. Donald Edwin Scheetz of Keystone For Growing Marijuana|
stabbed Anderson in full view of the Woman Arrested Damage was $100 to the '76 Pontiac Heights was cited for'running a red Kenneth Joel Young, 35; wasiaiQ!
correctional officers. For Knife AssaultCarol Blaine Palmer Barkhurst, 62,. of and $500 to the '79 Pontiac, according light June 17 when he totaled his 1970 rested June 21 for growing marijuana?
Atterbury is currently serving 45 Tampa was cited for failure to use to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. Chevrolet. in his residence in Brooker; according,*
years for robbery and possession of a Francis Brown, 24, of Starke, due care In an accident June 18 on Scheetz ran the red light at Call and to Investigator Don Denton of the l
fire-arm by a convicted felon from was arrested and charged with aggravated US301.A Mark Terrell Patray of Tampa was Walnut Sts. and his car was struck bya Bradford Sheriffs Department, $}
Broward County. assault following an attackin 1981 Chevrolet van ambulance stopped at Washington Street and vehicle driven by Edward Johnsonof ;
.Anderson is serving eight years fora front of a Bradford Square depart- changed lanes in front of Barkhurst at US-301 when a vehicle pulled along Lawtey. 34 potted marijuana ptants.were;
stolen property charge. ment store June 16. a safe distance. The semi-truck side, backed into his 1980 Pontiac,and Damage to Johnson's 1968 Ford was found amid other plants growing in &
The incident is under investigation, Brown allegedly injured Peggy L. driven by Barkhurst struck the van on left the scene June 19. $500, according to Lt. Lane Sibley. nursery at the Young residence i trv I
according to Superintendent C. G. Morgan as she was leaving her placeof the rear.knocking it off the east The vehicle is described as a Toyota Brooker, Denton said. At small
Strickland, Jr. employmnet. Morgan was cut on shoulder into the ditch. stationwagon.An investigation is con- amount of marijuana and seeds weret
As of June 23, Anderson is recover her right arm with a knife. Brown Driver of the van, Valerie Lyn Fuls, tinuing into the accident. Man, 27, ArrestedIn also found in the Young home.q.."
ing at RMC. told Morgan she was ready to fight, 22, of Jacksonville suffered a neck In- Damage to Patray's 1980 Pontiac is Beating Incident
according to Patrolman Jerry Miller. jury and passenger,Bert Gustafson, $500 according to Patrolman Wayne Young was arrested June 21 and
Two Executions Brown was booked into the Brad- 25, suffered a possible injury. Wilkinson. Albert Keuning, 27, of Starke was charged with possession of more than;?
Scheduled ford County Jail and was later released Damage to the van was $1,000. arrested June 17 and charged with aggravated 20 grams of marijuana, a felony. He
June 29 on a $500 surety bond. Damage to the 1977 Kenworth semi- Joseph Benny Thornton of Lake battery, according to Deputy was later released from Bradford
Scheduled to die in Florida's electric truck was $500, according to TrooperB. Butler had purchased gas at Tenneco Greg Nichols. bond.County Jail on a $5,000 recognizance

chair June 29 is Benny Demps Anderson ArrestedFor A. Williams. and was backing up to get out of the Keuning alledgedly struck. R. C. it is the third straight week the
who might have died in 1974 after he Sexual BatteryJ. parking lot not seeing a vehicle parked Dampier on June 4 on SR-100 south of Bradford Sheriff's
received the death penalty for locking Charles R. Woodard of Hamptonwas at the curb. Thornton struck a 1980 Starke. Department'ssearch
three Lake County people into a car Anderson,64,of Starke was arrested westbound on SR-18 in his 1981 Chevrolet belonging to Alma P. Nor- for marijuana growers in the,I
June 18, charged with sexual of Dampier said he was pulled from county has netted a small marijuana
trunk and firing a rifle into the trunk, Toyota, swerved to avoid striking a man Lawtey.
killing two of them. battery upon a child under 11 years of Damage to the Chevrolet was $300; his tractor,hit and kicked by Keuning farm. The Sheriffs Dept. still solicits
The U. S. Supreme Court overturned age and lewd assault upon a child dog.His vehicle traveled on the north none was reported to Thornton's until a motorist, Mike Hammer of confidential information from con-
the existing capital punishment under 14 years of age. shoulder, came back across the road truck, according to Patrolman Steve Gainesville, stopped to offer aid. cerned citizens about growing mari
laws in 1972 with its landmark Fur- Anderson is being held without bondon and traveled sideways before strikinga Backus. Keuning accused Hammer of being a juana. To date, the Dept. has received
man vs. Georgia descision. Dempswas the first charge as instructed by tree. There were no injuries in the Russian spy and of trying to attack information leading to the discoveryof
saved from death and returned to Judge Wayne Carlisle, according to June 18 accident. Chris N. Rowe of Inglis, Fl. was him with radar, according to Dam- several marijuana gardens._
the general prison population at Deputies John Dempsey and Greg Damage to Woodard's vehicle was cited for careless driving when switching pier.A.
Florida. State Prison at that time. Nichols. $500, according to Trooper B. A. lanes his 1976 Buick struck a former mental patient, Keuning
Demps has been back on Death Williams 1980 Datsun driven by Robert was sentenced to six months to a men-
Row since 1981 after the Supreme Fender BendersIn Leonard Mathews of Waldo on US-301 tal hospital by the court but currently .
Court upheld the death sentence that The Starke Area Arthur Lee Graham of Hawthornewas June 21.Damage. is in the Bradford County Jail under a
Circuit Judge Wayne M. Carlisle gave cited for having no tag on his to the Buick was $250, andIL''L'IIII $10,000 cash, surety or property bond. Never leave a key under the
him in 1976 when Demps and two Jimmie W. Clark, 40, of Starke was vehicle in an accident June 17 at doormat or hidden anywhere
other convicts murdered fellow In- cited for having no tag and careless US-301 and SR-16 in Starke. else outside
mate Alfred Sturgis. driving June 19 in an accident on CR- Kevin Wayne Moranville of .I.I.I.l r" ......_____-__------------- +I
Also scheduled die June 29 isWjjliam 100A. Jacksonville was stopped in the left a
gAVE tyfr
Christopher s :.who Killed thePoster Wayne Alvin Farr of Newberry was turn lane waiting for the traffic light
parents* of his illegitimate stopped ,for a stop sign on SU-100A : enSR 18when his vehicle was struck
(faAghter in Naples; July 8, 1977. when he was struck by Clark who was bythe logs on Graham's trailer.
Christopher then.fan'dWay his; attempting to make a right turn onto .Graham was attempting fto turn onto
daughter. They were caught in Ten- SR-100A from SR-100.' Clark skiddedon us301r *a
nessee. loose sand on the pavement before Damage to Moranville's 1981
The total inmates currently on a striking Farr's vehicle. Chevrolet van was estimated at '
crowded deathrow at FSP stands at Farr was taken to Bradford County 1000. No damage was reported to WEEK-END&LJJ
Hospital where he was treated and Graham's vehicle, according to Lt.
183.Fire released. Eston Mosher.A .
At UCIFurniture
Damage to Farr's 1980 Volkswagen
FactoryA pickup was $1,500, damage to Clark's 1980 Chevrolet, drive by Robert
fire started around June 1979 Chevrolet was $900, according to Howard Smith of Tamarac, Fl., was
noon 22 Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. struck in the rear by a Ford driven by
in the spray paint booths of the fur-
Herbert Edward }Hernadon, Jr. of r
niture
at Union
Correctional
Institute.factory Carolyn N. Johnson, 40, Keystone Lawtey June 17 at the intersection of tiF
The is block Heights, and Clifford W. Plath 44, of US-301 and SR-16. e eFEF PEOP Iy .
factory
a
where make metal building DeBary, Fl.were westbound on Smith had stopped for another vehi- 0
they furniture.
SR-100 when an unknown vehicle at- cle to turn.



I State Attorney Handling Full Case Load HereThe .,

GYM DANDY

case load in the office of the On May 10( the grand jury indicted jury was J. C. Anderson of Lawtey for
State Attorney in Starke is at an all Harley Keene for the murder of Roy sexual battery and lewd assault. I SWING SET" -
time high. Morgan, Jr., the case is tentatively The state attorney is responsible for I _--a ,
Since the first of the year,235 felony placed on the Aug. 23 trial calendar. presenting cases and advising the I SURER;SAVINGSiCOUPON
cases have been received for prosecu- Also indicted June 16 by the grand grand jury on legal matters. I 2 SWINGS '
tion, according to Assistant State At- II I : r" GYM DANDY SWINQ'SET f 1.
torney Tom Elwell. SLIDING BOARD -.
During the month of June, there
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prosecution. Felony informationswere zk _
filed on 30 cases. Contrary to l rrt }COU/ON GOOD JUNE 24.30, I
'public opinion that the office is spen- V.r.rr.rrrr rr rrr..rrrrr
ding,all of its time on prison cases, of STRUCTO No. 93OO
these 57 cases, 47 were county cases GAS ELECTRIC
and only 10 were prison cases. Ir ICE
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22 prior cases were dismissed during CHURN
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For Tina It Was A Personal Best .. Doyle Connor, Jr. is Candidate t', :;. f



for Dist. 5 Florida SenateJefferson
By Tony Burke Volunteer Service Award at the 1982 was a really emotional event."
I BCT Staff Writer Miss Florida Teenworld State Finalsin Best was competing against 41
Tina Best, a 1982 graduate of Bradford Orlando June 1920. other young ladies from throughoutthe understand the plight of and marketplaceenough to make a liv-
;: High School, was awarded theTina "I was surprised" Tina said. "It state for the Miss Teenworldcrown. Conner, Jr. the concerns of farmers and ing."
The pageant was open to teen for the We are right now Conner pledges that from now on he
women between the ages 011..18.and Senate. watermelons and gearing can be found in the districttravel-
was judged on scholastic and civic for the tobacco harvest with ing to every corner of it,renewing old
T rt' I achievements grooming poise, personality "I draw opening next month in the acquaintances and meeting new
and speech or talent.Sheila the common I recognize the problems fac friends. He will be listening to what
Dampier of Lake Wales was the I people of the producers as they attempt to the people individually and collectively -
pageant winner, and will compete for who has fair value on the say and what they want in
more than$50,000 in scholarships and 10-county government representation,"he said.
grants at this year's national finals to I Conner In addition to managing.the Bar C
be held In Orlando in December. i ty, was Ranch, Conner has been an industry
Tina who had gleaned some County and development representative with the
from this j and Department of Commerce, working
pageant experience year's I college
with Task
returned to the Governor's Force on
Strawberry Queen pageant here
received information on the pageant I Bar C Food Procession, and in luring clean
when someone- still unknown to County industry to the state.He has compliedwith
her- mailed in her name requestingmore t Florida's"Resign to Run"law to
v .retOw t r information on Miss Teenworld.Her "The Jaycees."I qualify for the Senate seat.
R4 4W 4 : .i award was based upon her
sk t4i volunteer work at WTLG the Chris-I I I the people Economic Council
4i414sy tian radio station in Starke; cessible
conducting backyard Bible clubs last needs and Needs ApplicantsSuwannee
summer. Tina received a $50 savings deprived of River Economic Council
!Yr bond and a trophy for her award.This : tation in is in need of more applicants for the
was actually better than the first Conner Wcathcrization Program.The .
runner-up Citizenship, speech i agricultural Weatherization Program aids
talent congeniality and photogenicaward 'Involved in low income persons, particularly! the
winners: they each received atrophy business. elderly and handicapped. Funds are
and 8 X 10 color portrait. I horseman, provided to install insulation win-
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The weekend was so much fun quarter dows, caulking and weather stripp-
she said. "We learned a lot in discus board of ing, plus other improvements$ to
sion groups and self-improvement Association. reduce heat loss and conserve energy
i seminar,met with three of last year's been active If interested phone 964-6696 for in

:it:: state ing the finalists pageant who and gave enjoyed us help the dur-performances 4-H ficer and for the Doyle Conner Jr. formation.

rehearsals and the
pageant. It was hectic at times."
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Tallahassee banker, Bill Sutton Sutton pointed to several areas of spending of our state government.While : I __
has announced his candidacy for the concern to the people of North some improvements were _: ____ oI988 \
District five state senate seat. He is a Florida. "It's time to monitor the made in 1981, I question the $7.5 with trade-in iw'------:
Democrat. million spent on out-of-state travel by _
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large district, representing nearly million in 1980. This doesn't include .
250,000 people, ten counties and 6,734 the expense of travel within the state.
square.milesV.Sutton said."J-expect An attempt to tighten the agencies'
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means jobs and jobs mean a healthy restricting such conference atten- Washable Filter o Rust-Resistant Cabinet
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-* opportunities for all. If given such a Sutton attended the University of
j label, I'll wear it proudly." Florida,and received his degree from

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cam 8tCD, talking with t as many ar Banking School and Board of
..residents as possible."I plan to hold a Seminole Boosters.
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and members for Trini- ple perish. The vision of those first have held to their vision of a
the altar, which was carved by a pastor, came to the church. no longer considered a winter mission its prepared on "f!
full ty's centennial celebration last Melrose Episcopalians is their legacy Church dedicated to God, and God
Melrose resident, a Mr. Dunbar.Dunb.1 Although it was mostly a nickel or a and is supported by a year year
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and credence to match a Bishop's and gasoline ration coupons in the this month Church, members celebratedthe of the "Where..:;;:::there..;;;.. .;Is;;;:.no vision.. ---, the--.-peo. .-..;:::.-their--history- the.....people...-- of....Trinity........... _live...._"._.. .... ..-- __ ,.a.-..
chair which was purchased in 1899 almsbox for their pastor, the little Trinity Episcopal - - ---- - -
Other features of the pulpit area include church survived church's 101st birthday with a 0:
a brass altar cross that was In 1947, Trinity purchased a chapel covered dish dinner following the Always Ready To ServeCalm
given to the church in 1916 and a building from Camp Blanding and June 6 service.
hymn board donated several years moved it to Melrose. By this time the Although the church's official birthday -' and FriendlyA
later by the Melrose Lutheran Church church owned the entire block in is not until Trinity Sundaythe calm and friendly voice answers your phone call to DeWittC.
which disbanded.The Melrose where the parish hall, a hub first service was held on the fifth Sun- .Jones Funeral Home at any hour of the day or night. .
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missal stand lends even more of community affairs today, the day of July, 1881), the congregation
history to Trinity. It was donated to church and public library stand. celebrates early before summer Comfort ..;
the church by Camp Blanding's army Although the church still has no vacation begins for many of its This is an introduction to the comfort that comes from know-
chaplain at the end of World War II. resident priest,there are two services members. ing that competent and friendly people are serving you. "
Many contributions from devout held each Sunday by visiting priests During this past celebration, Immediate Answers
members through the years finds the Father Bill Poppell,from Green Cove members presented Susanna Warren The DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home staff is prepared to leave
little church fully equipped with bap-- Springs, at8 a.m,; and Father Yerkes with a cross in appreciation for her immediately to answer your call.
tismal font, a guest register desk, from Jacksonville, at 11 a.m, It also faithful service as an acolyte this past
tract rack and organ. conducts a communion and healing year
DeWitt C. Jones
Trinity, which was mainly a winter service on Wednesday nights. Officers of the church this year are
mission in the earlier years, survivedthe The Melrose church, which recorded Senior Warden Watt Hardenbergh,
First World War and even prospered "thirteen families,five persons not Junior Warden Capt. W.A. Howard; Funeral Home :
the Florida boom.Thenas included, 48 16
during so baptized persons and Olive '
Charles Norton, treasurer; Starke Keystone Hgts.
a prelude to its 50th anniversary,it communicants, one lay reader" in
Hulett, clerk.
also felt the crunch of the depression. 1886 now shows a membership bet- li64 200 473.3176 ,
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ticular project was leveling the struc the correct alingment, a task Broome, who lives with her husbandBill two brothers say the very to show until later on. "That is major Job in itself," Steve
ture. Because of settling during the made harder by the addition of some on the top floor. "That's expected beginning of the job of restoring old Right now they are busy putting in says. "I had no idea how many extra
years and a slightly out of balance plumbing in one of the rear rooms. I guess, but Steve and houses is the hardest, because there is new cabinets and all of the other fur things you need to open a restaurantbut I
foundation to begin with, the entire "We had all sorts of unexpected! Gayland have done a fantastic Job of the feeling that there is so much to do nishings needed to turn a home into a it sure will be nice to see people
structure had to be lifted and brought things happen," said Co-owner Cindy restoration for us." and real progress doesn't really begin restaurant. using this old house again."



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I Watt Agrees to Stop Changing Mining RulesIn a, Beautiful Baby... I



what the National Wildlife last month and submitted to the U.S. tried to repel, according to NWF. laws," said Hair. "Today's agree There's still room for contestants in Starke.returnable Applications photograph) and, a the non$20
Federation is calling a "major victory District Court for the District of Col- Under the agreement, state govern- ment will force him to pay attention to the first "Most Beautiful Baby Contest" be submitted
fee must as soon
," U.S. Secretary of the Interior umbia, requires the Interior Department ments will be required by the Dept. of the environmental impact of his ac- set for July 10, with the numberof entry .
James G. Watt has agreed to stop to prepare an environmental the Interior to give citizens access to tions, at least in regard to surface contestant entries limited to 50, according as possible.An overall male and female winner
most of his rewrite of the federal rules impact statement on its proposed mine sites and state administrativeand mining regulations. It is, however, to pageant coordinator Debra will be chosen, as well as winners in
surface until the of courtroom unfortunate that we have to take the Norman.
governing mining changes to 34 sets regulations implementing proceedings. each of the following categories: most
environmental impact of his proposed the Surface Mining Con- Dr. Jay Hair, executive vice presi- Secretary of the Interior to court in July 2 is the deadline to register, or beautiful cutest smile, cutest
changes can be assessed. trol and Reclamation Act of 1977. Un- dent of the NWF, called the settle- order to get him to listen to what the until the fifty-contestant limit is outfit, most eyes photogenic and outstan-
Watt's agreement is outlined in a til the environmental statement is ment agreement a "shot in the arm American people want." reached.The ding personality. The overall winners
settlement of a suit filed two months completed, says the agreement, most for conservationists across the coun- According to Norman Dean, at- all In- will be awarded a $35 savings bond,
ago by the NWF and five of its state of the regulations that were in effect try." torney for the NWF, some of the contest is open to area banner and flowers.
the of crown, trophy
affiliates, who charged that before Watt began his rewrite will remain "In his zeal to provide regulatoryrelief regulations that Watt had tried to fants and toddlers between ages contact
"sweeping changes in strip mining in effect. for industry, Secretary Watt change were critical to environmental 6-20 months, and is sponsored by the For more information,
964-8849.
1207 N. in Debra Norman at 964-7100 or
Maker at Temple
regulations were illegal without an The settlement also contains has been changing regulations protection. They included rules Image
assessment of how the change might several guarantees for public par- without regard for the environmentand that attempt to protect water sup-
affect I the environment.The ticipation in surface mining programs with a seeming disregard for the plies, prevent collapse of mine waste Starke
settlement, which was signed which Watt had previously intent of our national environmental dams, protect fish and wildlife. Family Planning Clinic

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Republican Ron McNeil- candidate with district voters, McNeil said. equipment and grosses "quite a" fewmIllion" return lo their district and then 964-6500
for the 2nd U. S. Congressional Raised in Jackson County and now dollars a yeai. perhaps they would think more
[House seat met with local calls home a farm in Havana just While he may not be i he riches man seriously about what the average
I Republicans Friday for breakfast at north of Tallahassee, McNeil said he in N. Florida McNeil feels citizen wants and needs.
11he llolida '. Inn jn Starke.P isn't sure what he is, a liberal or con- busincsswisc he is equal to his peers. "The incumbenls's voting record in
servative but he believes in He feels he has the to make does
being a' courage Congress! not reflect the basic
McNeil the doa '
lunfrVroundftlhe wants losee would country'bring 4 good.steward of Jhe onviromc-nt. He;, the best decisions' economically. _valuA' and needs of ,thc-"tH> .' of paIdwinChevrOtetOlds
wants to the traffic and improve "t"thena'1iod\ : "We need! r
slop drug NortaJ?{orlda. srrongfsup-
f economic stability to the nation, he
the judicial system. Ho "If purr.old eriterprlsrrand supply port'or (he elimination of govern
( believes in tax exempting all interest
believes in swift and effective justice. and demand don't work, nothing s merit from our daily lives.
earned on savings, thus giving the nation The country needs the business approach going Jo ,work,_ said; McNeil!.. ,who., "We must have action in areas such
an intenlative to save. With McNeil believes he can bringto favors tax cuts and slicing the fat out as controlling of and enforcement
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Channel'. 30 & 47 PEKINESE PUPPY, 7 mot., Telegraph '*''.6305. tfn. bass accordion $150 1971 2120. Call Refundable. fireplace 5 acres, fenced .UNFURNISHID APARTMENT :

I 782.3577 famala registered but do CARPET. NEW ft USED Fur. Pontiac LeMons Sport $500or 6/24 4tpd 7/15 and cross-fenced; Many One, 1 bedroom apartment REALTY

\ t.m.lpm ?":, ?? not hove pop.,.. $75. nitura & oppliancas. best offer Man woman NEED PART-TIME BOOK- extras. 73500. By owner. unfurnished $150
i Phone 782-3628 after 6 Plumb. fixtures and pip... and child. cloth. Jewelry KEEPER 3 days a week Lawt.y, 7823054. 4/15 tfn month, first last deposit w

p.m. 6/17 2tchg 6/24 BARGAIN CENTER US-301 tool 715 N. Walnut, through trial balance. Experienced LARGE SPANISH SYTLE. 4 lease. Call 9647521. 6/24 LID;;

FOR SALE COCKATIEL AND CAGE$50. Sc.. 9646679. 2/5 tfn"FIREWOOD 9645838. 6/24 1 tpd phone BR 2 BA fully carpeted 2tchg 71UNFURNISHED PHONE 964-7776 \...,, fj
PARAKEET and cage $25. : White oak and SEVERAL FAMILIES A lot of 964-8820. home CH/A court yard, APARTMENT CECELIA toIJ:

.3 M COPIER Modal 209. Phone 9645577. 6/17 2tpd pina $5' par truckload; women large sizes man ENJOY STITCH ERn THE patio. On 5 acres of land. Two. 2 bedroom, unfurnished TERWIU.EUH 205 N. Temple, StarkB. _
6/24 Oak 4x4', $30 half cord. and $175
V.ry good condition, many clothing various sizes CREATIVE CIRCLE needs 75000. Call 9646433. apartments
1979 DOUBLEWIDE Mobile Call Sunshine Acras, of children. Household month. First last deposit
... $400 call stitchery instructors. TrainIng 5/27 SPECIALS :
Homai Central air A heat, 964-7699 or coma out between Items, etc In front of available. Work lease. Call 9647521. 6/24
9645606. 4/15 tfn fully carpatad Excellent 9:30: a.m. and 2:30 Diana Beauty Shop at 138 own hours. Any area.your Call tfn.FOR 2tchg 7/1 Colonial brick with bay window an 1.7 acres, near

FIBEREO ALUMINUM ROOF condition. 2 BR, 2 full p.m. and wa'll load for N. Waters St. 6/24 ItchgWANTED toll-free I 1-800-231-3550 RENT 3 BR, 2'/ BATHs large Country Club. Assum.mortgage,$39,600 at B'/i%, double

COATING Flbarad $29.95 Snow p.r Whit.5 gal. baths. and DR. 9648809. you. 1/28 tfn ext. 45. Management opportunities master BR. den with fireplace,appro 2353 sq. ft..a superb value lor$'5,000.

Mobil. Homa Roof Coating 6/24 4tchg 7/14 REDUCED SAFE sofa and fast available. 6/17 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE fireplace, separate dining Keystone H.lghts./ots1'/ 19, 20 on Point View Rd, ft
5 Starke REALISTIC TCR 457 Bosa with Go Beta Tablets and 2tpd 6/24 HOME PARK mobile homes room and living room Jasmine Ava. overlooking Keystone Lake $6400 cash.
$34.95 gal.
I Point C.nt.r p.r 9648181. Unit with power mike, 50 E-Vap "water pills." Andrew DAVIS BARBERING Hair and paces for rent. large kitchen with bar and Just what you hove always wantad 30.16 acras,

4/15 tfnELECTRIC foot cable, ontanna. $200. Pharmacy. 6/3 4tpd Designs, Cosmetologist Recreational vehicle dishwasher, huyh shadedlot secluded, yet near town. 3 wells 2 septic tanks, owner !
AXLES TIRES 2 axles -44
Call 9647813. 6/24
B-B-QUC grills 2tchg 6/24 Wanted good pay. paid welcome. Phone 468L2912. with plenty of pecan financing.I .
tires Wa $100 "
pick-up
naw. On stand, $40; tabla 7/1 You deliver $125. Olin; vocation, need Immediately TFehg trees.$350 plus deposit by Approx.40 acres of prime Bradford County farm proparty. .
FLOOR Brand
SAFE.
model. $25. Call 964-5251 New Mobile Home Sole, contact David 2596277. HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng appointment 7823741. In the) heart of the Strawberry County Rd. 225.
Hwy.
aftar 5 p.m. 4/22 tfn $211 call 9645849. 6/24 YARD SALE 100 W Stark. 9645606. 6/24 2tchg 7/1 room TV and air. 5/27 tfnHOUSE I Neat CB home with pecan tree, azalea and beautiful

5.V GALV. ROOFING) Itchg TFchg DAYTIME CHILDCAREnd Underwood Motel 3 mile FOR RENT unfurnished lawn. first time offered. ,
THREE REFRIGERATORS And Babysitting. Christian Couple. North of Starke on Hwy. house, $300 month. New brick home Starke Golf ft Club
6'$3,65; 7'-$4.4S; 8'$5.03, wheelbase HOUSE OF BARGAINS Seeing EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER large, Country
95.72; 10'-$6.41.; pick-up camper Self long contained Is Believing! 212 Call Seeks part-tima work. St. Rd. 325 S., 301. 10/9 tfn First, last deposit, leate. Huge family room with fireplace, the best designer and

ll'-$7.10.: 12779. W.monufactur. needs pick-up.some repair. St., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Phone 9646902. 6/17 2tpd 4681603. 6/24 Itpd 3 BR 1 BA LIVING ROOM Call; 9647521. 6/24 2tchg roomiest closets In town. 3 BR, 2 baths, 2 car garage.
7/1
.. Jacksonville. Ya'll come see us at our 624I CARING FOR LIVESTOCKand dining room ft kitchen many extras, corner lot. .
$500 as is. 9645772. 6/24 furnished
ONE 2 BEDROOM
central heat and air. In
Call toll fr.. Itchg new location. 3/iatfn I NEED TO WORKi Yard light maintenance. 40 mobile home. Adult Beautiful brick home with S ac., appro 2800 sq. ft.'A
4681779. only.
Phone
18003422702. 6/3 4tchg KING SIZE MATTRESS and NOW JUNE 1/2 PRICE SALEon fence, ate. $3.35/hr. Call hour work week split Hampton.month In advance. No p.t..r 762-3534. 6/24 $5BSOO otsom. mortg. at 11'/%
rent
shift 3 days. 485.1817. ((1st
6/24 box springs. 9648042. ladies clothes and Larry Saucer, 964-7288 6/24 .))3/7 tfn Itchg Orange Street CB 3 BR, IVi BA. Nearly new prettywooded .
BLUEBERRIES You pick or shoe Also have Itchg
6/24 after 5 6/17 2tchg In tow.41.000..
p.m.
ItchgIICYCLESI
SMALL UNFURNISHED 2 acre
LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR 1
THE CITY OF STARKE will
W. ord.r. Mon accept -
pick. on household goods, 6/24
Used, good condi water four lot, $5,000 lot.
with City
bedroom house tewer
Sat.. 8 6:30 Sun. 2:30 novelties.hot applications for th.po.ltlon BA on Crosby Lake. Par per
: ; : glassware, toy. ,
tion. Boys, girl., Beautiful of she finest
mans of Truck tially furnished. One yrs. refrigerator and gas stove. Hampton Lake view one
630.: 2 milai aost of ,, feather clip.,
Orang. Heights and 1 3/4 women, reasonable children caps and baby clothes LOSTFOUNDLOST Driver/Laborer thru June lease $225 per mo. Welgel Mature married couple or home on the laka. 152900. $75.000 down owner financing -
prices. Wa repair & recondition Inc., 282-5201.1/28 widow only. $165 month for qualified buyer.Connerly .
29. Interested Realty
mllai North on 200 A., s.. and whole lot more Coma Anyone may
most bik. Soma
tfn and deposit Estates. Attractive brick homa
apply for the position by security mew on one
sign longnecker. in stock see at Bryan' This & That ) Walker Hound black
475-1151 4732702. 6/3 parts Ricks mora com Shop, corner 301 and 16. and white female, lost between contacting the personnel KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS '' 964.5417.6/241tchg acre, $57.9 O. mortgage of approx. $37,000 at HV.%,
,
ing. George Salvage
TFN administrator Mr. Merrell for rent at low ONE BEDROOM unfurnished monthly poym.nt445.001 .
Open now every day except Brookar and
964.5184.6/24
2 POLLED HERFORD llpd Thursday. 11 I AM til Graham. Age 1 Dees, City Hall. Training: weekly rat... Call Temple apartment Stove S Lake Badford. Owner financing at 12%% for wall
FARMALL CUB No yr.
br..ding bulls opprox. $850. :Trades equipment ??? 6/3 4tchg 6/24 possibly no collar Contact Must have valid FloridaChauff.ur' Motel, 9647357. 2/18 EOW refrigerator furnished maintained home. Sales price $63,500 with $20,000 downpayment.
con-
764-8429 after 6/24
PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished
6pm.
1200 1400 Ibt. 4 License ableto .
to y ors sidarad. 964-5184. 6/24 MENS NICE PANTS Shirts Bobby Jonas, 485-1537
old. 964-5088 9648762. Itpd and undargarmants. Also aft.r 4 p.m. 6/24 Itchg read and write and efficiencies and 1 Itpd ** * ** * *
6/IOTFN prepare reports. 6/24 BR opts., weekly or mon .
TITAN MOTORHOME 1974 ladies Items. Crossrailroad LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET

HORSE STOCK TRAILER New W/Gen-26 ft. $7,200 Rick from Water MISCELLANEOUSMOVING Itchg thly.STUDIOS.NEW 2313 FURNISHED N. TempleAve. LAND .Beautifully wooded lots 445 Geneva Creek. Appros-1

paint in good condition 964.5184.6/24 I Itpd Grocery Lawt.y. Frl-Sat. 9 FOR SALE Ac. each. Emery Lane. $15.000 aa. or $28,000 both.
Stark. 3/11 tfp 9/02
1400. 964.8503 after 4. to 3. 6/24 1 ltchgEVERYTHING CARS & Silver Lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA. fenced large enclosed shad,
BARGAIN CLEAN MOBILE HOMF.S for
6/3 TFNBLUEBERRIES DO-DROP-IN GOING Moving Must sell May tog covered '
picnic araa.
U-PICK 50 HOUSE 301 South. out of slate Divorcing. washing machine, 1 year TRUCKS rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto 5 ACRESi Two miles SW of Lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
Call 4681323.
cants par pound. Phone 9646740. Wa buy and sell. Hwy 16 behind Crosby old, 964-6305 ask for prison. Raiford on C793. Paved Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa Fa 2 Ac.$110,000.
IfnMOBILE
964.6593.6/10 TF choAid used furniture and appliances. All 8 1979 CHEVROLET Half ton 4/1
stora. day Saturday Susan. TFN road frontage, $1,600
HOMES FOR RENT per BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER
8/13 tInRECONDITIONED till ? No decent offer refused FREE KITTENS calico 1 tab pick-up. Auto. transmis Jacksonville,
TVSi Colors mile from Stark. city acre. Lake Butler-One acre, double wide, pool.
sion. condition. Call
6/24 Top
Itchg by 1 Call 964-6692.
tiger. limits. Clean 16 E. 781-5171.5/20 tfn .Betsent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
at 10000. Hwy.
viI. starting FRIDAY & SATURDAY June 6/24 Itpd 533-2066 after 6 PM. 5/20
Troda-ln's walcoma. Phone tfn Call 4681323. 4/1 tfn .Frame 3 BR, pecan trees, 239.17 on paced SRD-l'. 1.635
25 & 26 take 100 West FREE FEMALE PUPPY 5 months -
9648212. 6/11 tfn 1977 CHEVY BLAZER NICE ROOMS FOR RENT Ac. High I Dry. $23.500. Good Buyl
about 3 miles to SW 5th St., old mixed bread. She Air. PERSONALSERVICES
y follow sings down near has had all her shots. PS, PB excellent condi Colored TV and air $40 per Owner Financing In Lawtay, 3 BR, CH/A. Approx. 1500

lffRealtor laka. 100 gal. water tank Good with children. tion. Low mileage, 4450. week and up. Wall to wall sq. ft. Stucco on I ac. pv'd. driveway, garaga.
VACUUMSALE glassware clothes and lot. 9645095. Itpd 6/24 Call 4732214. 5/20 tfn carpet. Call 964-9992 ask 7.99 Ac. on Fersytha Rd. 14x60' MH metal barn pecan

misc. 6/24 I tpd TRADE 1 ACRE wooded CARS AND TRUCKS Most lor mother. 6/3 tfn peach apple trees. Grapevine. $38,000.

Relax in pool 2 FAMILIES on Hampton country lot for City lot any makes and models udner APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED I SILL'S SAW SHOP Complete. .Lot 63 ft 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. $4,900.'
1 BR, $160 2 BR $175 sharpening service, circular
: : ; .
Lake Saturday June 26th. size. Call 4733581. 6/24 $200. Sold through local Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. 1 oc.
while enjoyingyour NEW & USEDWe sales. Call 4 BR house, $300 9647521. hand carbide,
6/24 Itchg 2tchg 7/1 government w/155 ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to list.Commercial .
4 BR, 2Vfe BA Finance Our Own CRAFT YARD SALE Friday 1714569.0241, ext. 4413. 6/3 tfn.UNFURNISHED. chain, mower blade hollow Lot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buyl -

Home on 4 ac. KIRBYS and Saturday 10 6. Craft for directory on how to HOUSE In ground and balanced.- Geneva Lake Estates- wooded '/ ac. lots, terms. Clean

Estate. ROYALS Books mostly macrame,. MOBILE purchase 6/17 3tpd 7/1 Hampton. For Info call leave at Jackson Building neighborhood w/rolllng hllls..Tennts courts.Acreoge.Da.4i .
Country beads 1979 CUSTOM Pick. 9646502. 6/17 2tpd 6/24 Starke .
Chevy Supply ;KeytsoneHeights'
75c macrome wood HOMES '
} ?t. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
EUREKAS FOR LEASE Bar and cabinet *
COMMERCIALRESIDENTIAL 10(, fait squares 104, I also Up. 'Good mileage, like ,1, or '"Lake Butler. .5 Acres near Hampton. Wall alec, pola septic tank
South of Starke.For
3 mile
HOOVERS FOR SALE
have rings, faces, boadary new. 9648496. 6/24 2tchg TFNchg ...
Info call 9646502. 6/17 .7. Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
ELECTROLUX beads ate. Pin.br.ezeSub. 7/1 ALCOHOLICS
4 .
ACREAGE 2tpd 6/24 4OAcre.N.w Rlv.r. High and rolling.
FILTER QUEENS on the corner of NE ONE BEDROOM trailer, furnlshad 2 BR HOUSE Central ANONYMOUS Phone _n_ .
804 / 782-3931 SEARS 10th St. and NE 4th Ava., Motorcycle 964.5148 or 9647619.
Inquire
good shapa. heat/air, carport fenced
504 / 782.3596 HOME COMMERCIALWe right off Bassant Rd. Itchg at Bradford BarberShop yard $350 month. First & TFchg

P.O. Drawer "M" repair all makes 6/24 $1500. 6/17 2tchg 1974 550 FOUR HONDA last months rent plus IT- '
RUMMAGE SALE Thursday. Runs We Butcher HUl..Cut and
Motorcycle. good. Pickup. .Wrap"HARDEE'S
6/24 cleaning deposit. 333 N. .
301 S. Lawt.y Saturday at 108 E. Call St.. $600. willnegotiate. ,.
Al Young'sSince beside Williams DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER and Asking Walnut. Call 964-7347 or ENCORE
right
Call 473-7156
1957 Jewelry 9 5. Everythingmust lot on Geiger Rd., 24900. 5332157. TFN 6/17
after 6 and anytime IS MOVING
p.m. IL
have the Easy farms, will take truck, STUDIO APARTMENT $200. _
& !! go we weekends. 4/8 tfn I
Compare
Shop 964-6918 cheapest prices In town. camper or boat as part 1978 SUZUKI 100 2300 Phone 964.7347 or to 108 E. Call St.,

Special Insurance for 3 Miles north ofSlirk Wa have books, clothes, down paymant. Will ba at miles. $595. Call 4732214. 533-2157. TFN 6/17 June 28th.

Mobile Home Parks on US 301 toys tupperware, small the trailer from 11 a.m. to 5/20 tfn TWO HOMES city of Stark.FOR RENT Both Inside 3 We will have more 1 MEAT MARKET

All types of home- appliances Christmas ornamentS kitchen ware 6/24 3 12364560.p.m. Saturday, or 6/24 phone 1979 SUZUKI GS750 with bedroom 1 home AC. appliances clothes & Items than 1 From the Pen to the Pan

for Itchg Faring. 13500 miles I furnished, rent ever before. All We make it Easier for You
Itchg I
owners policies BRADFORDLIMEROCK owner, garaged new $350 plus deposit. For
tires, brakes and chain. orange tags are 1/2
mobile homes. SALES appt. to see write?f). Box
Call for Quote : $1800 call Richard Hall. 424 Starke, Fla.. 32091. price. Don't 'miss I 216 E. Washington St. Open'Monday''. Saturday
Dralnfield
Rock 473.3152 after 5. 6/17
HELP WANTED 6/24rfn out. ,Starke Florida 32091 964-6725
Olin's Mobile Bldg. sands. & 3tchg 7/1 ROOM FOR RENT In a cosy

Home Sales Gravel. Gainesville Sun Route Carriers 1977 HARLEY DAVIDSONSportster. little home on the lake.Has .
-
Excellent condition -

Elaine M. Olin, Agent 7823172WANTED needed for Starke/Klngsley Lake phone 9645444. to own lake.entrance Call leading Cathy .HELP .. .

964-5606 and Lake Butler areas. Must have Itchg 6/24 473.3480 or 431.1212 No. WANTEDMEDICAL -
.
:-- '-r-. reliable car and post cash bond. For HOMES 420 ((3-4 am) 6/24 Ipd RECORDS \ -o e Aloe Vera:

Information call 964-8170 TECHNICIAN
.
GOOD PART TIME OP. or FOR SALE A Total Unique Aloe I Vera 'Juice
Ability ,to type .
: ask'for
PORTUNITY Applicants 378-1416, Eric Gets. REPAIRPhoto

or. now being taken for Cash Available r [SOUR BEDROOM 2 baths copy minimum of 60 Thousands taking l for arthritis, rheumatlsrrl.
Times Union morning machines words per minute. ulcers Indigestion, low energy overweight. skin.
den gardenarea.
workshop any
paper route In Storka We Buy 1st & 2nd Lots of pecan trees. make With Interviews Guaranteed be the purest:
MOBILE HOME
and Lawtay. Applicants Call for a and written strongest best tasting
Mtgs. us Cool sKody quiet No charge if unableto typing a
must ba able to post cash SERVICE POLES 46000. Phone 9645610.. test will be ad Aloe Vera JuiceIn
fix.
bond, nova ralloblatransportation quote. term-Truck Mvtrs 100 AMP 6/10 tf chg. ministered. Applyto the country, '

and 964-5010 or Heavy Equipment '160.00 I TWO BEDROOM frame 47333.41lfnowansw.r Can be seen at
talaphona. CALL OMIII ItMUu*) home In Lawtey on nlc.corn.r call : Bradford-Union WALDO FLEA MARKET
9(4-SU5. Td.ftM11IMMI 700' I AMP Guidance Clinic
.MM lot. Clifford Martin. 473-3641 Saturday a Sunday D BuildingContractors
:wii-t-tsttuiriir Itt-fir- '250.00 I 964.7145.6/24 2tchg 7/1 321 W. Madison St.,

BEST JOB OPPORTUNITYIN MAJOR FIRM EXPANDING Call Anytime Starke Fla. Phone:

AMERICA. Help TO STARKE. All TREE SERVICE 468-1187: Waldo L 9648382. An equal -..,
wonted part-tima. If a levels of
I ORANGE
managementavailable.
and
company offered you an Must have Whitehead'sTree I-INEED & opportunityaffirmative c:, AA "L
BLUE action .
opportunity to earn $200to G"" '" ;
current state insurance \. :
.
$300 a week, on a part. license and have prsent Service WRIIDrilling I MONEY? A SIGNS employer. / .

time basis and even income of $13,000 to : "\. 6 '
Nolan h 1l1i' :
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I Your Home Emory
LICENSED Use
mora on a full-tlma INSURED
:
$75.000. Send address SJ
I
name 1, 6:2ft ; :
basis would ba In- FREE.ESTIMATES make I 964-5993 'WANTED .
you and phone to: Wm. I Equity. We u
crested? Wa ara the Mosley ft Assoc, P.O. ((904)) 7S7-4336 2""thni6;; Rt. 4, Box 1320
fastest growing company Box 1303 Storke, Flo. Collect I 1st & 2nd Mtgs. I Starke Fl. 32091 Mature couple with
.
nationally in our field 32091. lake City. Florida Fast Rotary I Call us for a quote L experience to LOW PRICES :

and wa ore opening up ri--sttt.tutiius-t-t-r-rrs Drilling Equip. 964-5010 operate small

In your creel I If you en- State Licensed L i restaurant 6 day FREE ESTIMATES :

|laY a challenge and . . . .,. LAKE FRONT LOTS. be GOOD REFERENCES : :
would like a management DONU1 r SHOPE week must

briefing, interview, FOR LEAS or SALE Panap., NEW SUBDIVISION l good cook dependable .
sand name, add'.... 0 IKE'S SAW OWNER .FINANC and neat. --
,
Business .
o.ped ".000 t o start building can be I
phone to Wm. Moslay negotiated. May 'be conn.ted to sandwich shop. For I New &: UsedSalessParts'Service & MOWER SHOP ING. H Good pay and per NOTICE FOR PURPOSE ;

1:1: P.O. Box 1305 Stark.. more Info call collect 75J-.457$. (Behind Powell's Diary. Call Now I manent lob. See

9? Fla. 32091. I E-Z TermsPlnmbing Freeze). For more Ralph or Rose USE OF FEDERAL

i'l . . . . SALES SERVICE Information.GaInesville .
ft l Brown, To-Rena
Chain Saw *
t lawn Mowers LakeFront Motel. 1900 N. Temple REVENUESHARING ,

I P. LIMITED TIME ONLY . . . .. ( Trust Owner. Ave., Starke, The Lawtey City Council will hold :

I 3 BPBPIGK VENEEr? l>2 BATH alVA New Installation l Developer 475-1124 I Fla. No phone calls. a meeting Tuesday, July 6, 1982 af'

; GA PORT, UTILITY l bOM -r Ak>PETINC5 .Remodeling. . . .Repairs. . FOR I 6/24 JJjJfIIIIJpfl.IT 2tchg 7/1 I 7:30 p.m., to tentatively adopt:

ON YOU LOT DurrancePUMP budget for the proposed expanders'for -

. . . . RENT rederal Revenue Sharing. The
5,00 OO
$29 PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS ;
&
: 964-6853 PHONE 964-6863 3 shop spaces, 1200 amount of expected revenue 1 Is.

... SUPPLY sq. ft. ea,. Ideal forcon'tractar allocated at $8000. ,This meeting wilt';

I.. COMPANY light 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. be
LONGGHAMP HOMES ING at City Hall. All interested,;
.e . . .
864 N. mfg., repair shop or From '130" to 275M citizens are encouraged to attend)


;..;; STAPKE FLA TempleSfar&e Ave. storage.CALL 1it: : 1S30: W Madison this meeting. :

FL. Lucille Shuford:

IIZ'4IY4AVAILABLE . . .,. . 1.904-772-7980 ISUM uosn Phone 964-6312 Clerk

IF YOU QUALIFY 964-7061' .......... City :

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& welcome him back to Bradford County. j| Gifts to Library...
A s Mrs. Francis McLendon presents two gifts to the Bradford County Public
au Library in memory of her sons.
Jj You'll find the lowest car and truck prices in Florida at j:$ A photograph by Tommie McLendon, a reknowned photographer in his

Battery of STARKE own right, was presented by his parents. Paul and Francis McLendon in
his memory. The 11 X 14 framed color print of a western rancher driving a

bull cart was a McLendon original.The .
book "Who's Who in the Bible" by Richard Coggins,
TERWILLEGAR was presentedIn
| i TOP QUALITY BATTERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES memory of James 'Spanky' McLendon. "\ lot of young people would get

a lot of good out of it (the book)." Mrs. McLendon said. "It's a fine book
and many people would love and enjoy reading it."
the Batteries YOU Need
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S 206 W. Madison St., Starke, Florida I Over Eagle Killing Report

"NEW" Alternators Automotive a Commercial a Marine
i? 964 7200 13 a Lawn MowerExperience
((24 Month Warranty) years Farm Equipment Brings Reward
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MotorcycleKeystone
tiM rrMzrMJJIl1lrMlJ. na.t .l"I.vnr.t.l"tSj.:
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The National Wildlife Federal' :mn

I has paid a $500 reward to an Arkansas

I Heights Ads' I Union County Ads man helped for convict supplying another information Arkansas man that.

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James R. Hudgins, of Rogers, Ark,
a 22->'ear-old poultry processor was

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS PERSONAL INSURANCEMAINES fined $600 and given a MX-mould
suspended jail sentence in U S
SERVICES INSURANCE AGENCY District Court at Fayetteville! Ark..
AKE LOT on sand bottomed GUNS. AMMO AND TEAR OFFICE SPACEfacing ALCOHOLICS
lake in H.Merest. $800 GAS Gunsmlthlng and Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto ANONYMOUS Clo..dme.llngs AND AD. : 160S. Lake Ave., Lake for shooting the eagle at Heaver Lake
DING MACHINES FOR CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES
Butler 4963978. Complete in Benton last
Assault anddefence Andrews Call County, Arkansas
month. restoration. Drugs.
down $146.44 per Monday 8
p.m RENT Union County Times Free estimate. Local
Insurance Service. TFN
The who asked
4733411. 4/1 tfnchg. year. informant not to
Phone 473-4058 or weapon 8
Open meetings Friday 85 SW 2nd Ave, lake distributors for completely
HOUSE New be indent if icd. reported what. he had
Wholesale UNFURNISHED
473-4367 after 6 p.m.5/1 to everyone.Example p.m. Alanon. Monday 8 Butler Phone 496-2261 for washable nationally
tfnchg .357 Magnum on Lake Geneva. 300 ft. p.m. All meetings at mar Information TFN advertised Gardsette REAL seen to an official of the Arkansas
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE. $169. Night and lake front. No children or Educational Building Com 10/1. Draperies S&W Enterprises ESTATE Game and Fish Commission.
Keystone Heights owner weekend, please call pets. $275 per mo. Jax munity Church 473-2790 or MOBILE HOME FOR RENT Ed or Loma Hudgins was convicted, along witha
financed 12 percent Inerest. 684.2272.4tchg 612".1/15 7866044. 4tchg 6/10-7/1 4752130. 4/1 tfn chg. Furnished with AC no Stephen. 4962219. LOOKING FOR a special companion found guilty of possessing
... Lots on clear sand TWO AND THREE QUARTERS STORE BUILDING 1,000 sq. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo kids no pets. Phone 5/1/80TFN. piece of' property If I parts of an eagle under the
bottomed lake, priced to ACRES Commercial property ft. In front of Keystone Post dues, fees or welgh- 496-2308. TFN 6/3. PIANO LESSONS: Beginners don't have it. I'll find It-Just federal Eagle Protection Act of l'J4i)
tell from 9900. One to SR21N. Block Building Office on Commercial Cir Ins open meetings Tuesday DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE children adults welcome. ask----JANE S. USHER The reward was the 14th paid by N\\K
three acres with nice tree 3 unit going second hand 4 cle. Call 473-2149 or evenings 7:30: p.m., St. Anne's HOME Unfurnished Patient, flexible., Certified, REALTOR 496-2126 or since it established its reward program .
from $3,900. .SOQ. <1.ftewn. shop and two rentals E.t" .. ,' 4'3.2014.4tchg 6/10 Episcopal Church, carpet and air. Near War. experienced $5 per half "496-2903 eves. "Your in 1971 as a deterrent to the killing
$50 a month. Commercial cellent Income of Invest-"' 7/1 Keystone Heights. Thursday,9 thington Springs. $175 per hour. Leave phone number Union County Realtor tfn of eagles.
BATH with office,
'Investment 3BR 1 :30 a.m., CommunityState
frontage- op.p'ortunty ment. Assumable monk month. Phone 4963253. 01496-3551. 3tpd 6/106/16 3/26.
: :'SR-21 N. Owner tgoge4734414alter a'. "-Central H/A'on Gatorbone Bank of Stork. TFN 610.MOBILE 6/24. FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE
salesman 473-4375.5/1 Lake,'$400 mo.: 'Also 2BR.I 473-2790 9648587. 4/1
6/24 or VOICE
p.m. llpd HOME FOR RENT 3 PIANO AND NEEDSiCall Venera Brown
_Ifnchg 30 FT. HIGH TV ontenneo., Bath central H/A, tfn chg. bedroom 2 bath big yard. LESSONS Beginners and 496-3022 Sandy Hazen
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA $45. Already disconnected; : garage, Sliver Lake access. BINGOLion Club across Garden pot on Hwy 100 4 Intermediate levels. Experienced 496-3994 eves or Gerri Len
access lot from $5.500, "'3.2210.29 tfnchg $300 'mo. No- children. from high school. miles East of Lake Butler music teacher non 4963140. Tiffin, and Starke Ads
$500 down. '7.74| per EXTRA NICE lake lot 'InHillcrest Keystone Heights Realty Tuesdays, Early Bird 7p.m. 10 miles West of Starke. with Bachelor of Music Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. I 2
month. Discount on entire $500 Inc.. REALTOR "'3. 4961. .; Regular, 7:30
Large tree p.m. Phone 496-2842. Itchg Education Degree. Phone Box 788 Lake Butler FL.
10 acres,,,On.)Wolerfron "' down.i 12 percent Interest., 61Otfnchg'r2 : Public Invited 4/1 tfn chg. 6/24. Sharon at 4963631. Itchg tfn chg. 8/6.
lot. Call 473-4375. 5/1 Phone 473-4058 after 64 -BR1 COTTAGE on Lake FREE CAT Lovable cat ire to 6/24. PERSONAL PERSONAL

tfnchg p.m. 4tchg 6/17-7/8 Brooklyn $ISO per week good home. Female, black I WOULD LIKE TO KEEP FOR SALE SERVICES SERVICESCHAIN
lEAN, CONfORTABLE 90" 473-3334 6/17 tfnchg and white. Call 473-3296. AMWAY HOME YOUR CHILD: Of any age In

gold sofa.Only $75, See at YARD SALE h j "ON LAKE GENEVA 3 BR. 2 Itchg 6/24 CARE PRODUCTS.DISTRIBUTORSa- my home weekday from 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH .
Bath 'CH/A, LINK FENCE Installed.
Monitor office or call range.refrigerator 6:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. Hot CB/BRICK HOME With .x. TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call
4732210. 5/1 tfnchg GARAGE SALE Thrift Shop carpet 6 mo. lunch and snacks will be Ira large swimming pool the Office Shop. 110 W Free estimates, Handy
Thursday Friday. Saturnday lease. No pet. S35O 11 PERSONAL Howard ft Annie provided. Please call landscaped yard several Call St., Starke. for detail Man Fence Co. 964.8559
10 PLUS ACRES Well septic and last plus security 9/82
tfnpd
tank power Good Highway 21 N. 2 475.2064.6/24 tfnchg SERVICESCARPENTER Plttman. 4962996. 496-3731. Itchg 6/24. out buildings, with 2.5! 9645764. tfn
fenced. Sprinkler miles. Furniture, 3 acres located on SR '8 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: CHILD CARE: Newborn in
pasture UNFURNISHED HOUSE BR
and fruit trees. glassware, tools TV, near Worthington Springs Door, windows, etc pre-school. lunch snacks.
system 2 Bath 2-car garage, WOIKIR.mod.llng _
: Large barn. 45000. much more.. Itpd-6/24 patio Central H/A, fenced work kitchen owner finance, Call JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY shady fenced play yard.
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473-4414 after 6 p.m. Itpd back yard Geneva Lake cabinets, and trim DO YOU NEED FINANCIAL FANTASTIC BLUEBERRIES. 91 496.3625 after 7 p.m. TFN 9646078. Order also Phone 964.5610. 6 10 tin

: 6/24 HELP Estate $400 per mo. Call carpenter. Reasonable ASSISTANCE to attend varieties at Schretimannl'Farm. 2/4. taken In Lake BUtler chg
: MOTORCYCLE1979 GS-8SO WANTEDHOMEBOUNDHOSPITAL 4752306. Itchg 6/24 price Call 473-2477after take City Community 241-A In Providence.! COMPLETE IRRIGATION 496-3079 and Keystone CHILD CARE in my home
Suzuki. Shaft drive 5:30 7/1 tfnchg. College? Contact Mar. I pick.I SYSTEM International Heights 473.4973.2/26 tin Any age. SR-:225, Lawteyone
p.m pick or we .
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2-helmets tankbag cafe OPPORTUNITIESBUSINESS CARPENTRY AND MASONRY tha Powell, 4".3161 755.0211 for Information engine (recently overhauled BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK child $25: two
: fairing. Excellent condl. Teacher Positions WORK Building patio, after I p.m. ) pump, reel, trav.lerand SERVICE Bradford County children $35 phone
t 2,000 feet of In 20
pipe
52000. Call 473-3289 Itpd available with the Clay additions, remodeling -Se SO residential pump-outs 782.3634. Phone 782.3634.
and 30 foot
6/24 County School Board for Due to new home and tile work. Free lengths. $50. We also re-lay drain 6/104tchg 7/1
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 2 K-12 certified teacher market, our company I I. estimate. Phone "73-" 13 $11,000 cash. Also for lines. Phone 9648121. WATKINS PRODUCTS are
old reasonably (any area). For Information seeking o local IndividualIn during day.; 5/5 tfn chg. sal.-1973 Ford Truck 1970 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL still available. Phone M.D.Crapse. .
mo. very who I Is International Truck John
Child Keystone Heights Will take orders
Either, call 475.1014 contact Exceptional WORK WANTED Expert Car CleanIng
priced. interested In the possibility Deere Model No. 4400
by west side, dead Education Office. 284-6500 yard work done, alto In' Service. Cleaned and deliver Phone
or come of substantial Income Combine with corn header.
earning
4732011. 2tchg terlor, exterior housecleaning 782.3068 after 5 6/17
269-8100
end of Lake Lilly Road. working either full- Contact Farmer and washed vacuumed p.m.
Itchg 6/24 6/17-24 time Growth mowing haulingor Dealers Bank Mr. Howardat sanitized and deodorised. 2tchg 624CHRISTIAN
or part-time.
SCIENTIFIC HAIR SALON Invites unlimited. If sodding. Call 475-1720 496.2101 Monday. $7.00, pick-up and MOTHER of
possibility you
WATER FRONT HOME, new stylist and co-stylhsts are serious about owning 2tchg 6/J 7.2"1 Friday 9 until 2. IIchg 6/3. delivered or your place. three will babysit In my
subdivision 2 BR, 1 bOlh.'Iorge for an interview. Position your own business and can REALTOR LIVING ROOM SET Sofa Call 964-7226. ask for Den home. In'anllo preschool
living room with require bade skills In cut Invest $5,000 call ,CARS ftTRUCKS chair with footstool, coffeetable nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY 6:30: 5.30. Fenced yard
cathedral celling. CAAH. ting perming and color a* 2054711884. InvestmentIs JANE S. USHER 2 end tables and 1 HA'IDEStGNERS' hot lunches and snacks.

fireplace, ,broad loom well recommend at a committment professional to secured by Inventory lamp table light maple For more Information cait:
throughout many extra, equipment and a television REALTOR finish. $200. Phone 144 W. Call St. 964-6545 after 5.30. t '24
home hair care product 1971 FORD F-190 PICKUP331 *
priced to sell 52500. Anticipate continuous campaign. (No Selling). I V8 Power Steering. Your Union County Realtor 4963631. Itchg 6/24. 44-7303 2tchg 7/1
Gainesville Lake Front 1 Itchg 6/24 4 and 4/10 ACRES OF LAND Open JONES BULLDOZING and
and upgrading A/C, radio, Hiding rear
training 360 St.
N. Main
Trust 4751124. 6/24 2tchg .kill*. Resume required. window step bumper Ilk. 7 miles S of Lake Butler off .W.&F. f til 9:30 Land Clearing call
7/1 Please call for Interview HOMES FOR new radial tire, heavy duty 496-2126 496-2903 SR 121 with frame home. Thurs. II AM tll 7 PM 964-6063 or 964.647624
.
oppt. at 475-2211 Doris SALEDEERWOOD shock. 19-16 mpg use $11,000 will negotiate.Phone Sat. V AM til 3 PM 2tchg 7/1
Hair Clinic. 2tchg 6/24-7/1 regular go*. $3,900 Day NEW LISTINGS Greek. 496.2253 6/24.Gnorge Appointment EXPERT CARPENTERY Pain

Redf.are'sSERVICES HILLS 3argebedroom | 473-4928 .> Evening and "Very neat and attractive (B home with odd'I I corner ALL SIZE RABBITS Itchg FOR SALE Not Always Necessary ting B wall paper, call Ray.
Huntler
7i\
Weekend 4737197. 1/7 tfn8ATHTUn 964.1455.6/24 2tchg
*, 2-full bath, Itpd. lot. Shaded by many pecan trees. Close to hospital. Call 496-3664 after 3 p.m.
.. ,Steve Broadway 6/24 only. Owner liancne to qualifiedbuyer. i SINKS LOCKSMITHBURGLARALARMS
doublewlde M.H. on2acre Shown by appt. may and weekdays. 1 Itpd 624.THREE
73 GMC Suburban auto P/Si' 24 Hrs. Service.
Refinished In home.
$27,000 PIECE BEDROOM SETS your
.. TREE SERVICE P/B. AM/FM, Air Poll-1"' CA Roberts Rd.. financed. Guaranteed. Free 964.5849. 1520 South
WOODLAND DRIVI 3-BR, 9 Acres, near owner With mattress and spring
V r I /77.43413.1262. / : Removal 1 Bath 1.400 sq. ft.: Central Clean TrocjTraller Call Package.413.4414'after "10-15 acre, owner financed. $135. Dining table and estimates. Also bath tubs, Walnut St., at the Outfit
w I H/A 38000. Call. $2.800 .!Home, business; income property. 2Vt acre, very chair $125. floor lamp sinks, and shower tile ters. 5/13 tfn
/ Trimming Keystone Height Realty, 6p.m. 1tpd624WANTED neat mobile home. Includes 900 ft. highway frontage. $10 Bear compound 55 cleaned. Ultra-Close. Coll COLOR CODED VET Learnto
Inc., REALTOR 4734961.Ifnchg Ha add'i. trailer kite for Income. Also Ig. commercialbldg. pound tamberland bow. 964.8903.3111 tfn use the right color to

Free Estimate 5/13 for shop or retail business. Call for appt.. today. new $185. Phone 4963027. compliment your natural
Repairs Of Major ., Great opportunity, Itpd 624.BICYCLES SEWING MACHINES tone. Color coordination I I.
473-4732 MISCELLANEOUSBINGO E .,If you want a particular piece,of property, home, FOR SALE One 20 REPAIRED All make the newest and best wayto
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FEMALE
Electric Ippllanoo
ROOMMATE to Inch girl bicycle $15. one dress toward
success.
business, don't hesitate to call u* or come by. There cleaned oiled and adjusted.
: Serving Bradford I After 5 P.M. ., MIIICA N hare ;house, $140 mo,:: or.many unadvertised properties In Union County for 20 Inch boys bike $15 and $15. Work This exciting service now
utllltie Included. one 26 Inch 10 speed $40. offered In the Starke .
Counties! LEGION HALL, SR-21. 'sale. guaranteed lamesStrkkland ar.a.Call
Clay ht Reference Call j
Hei required. Phone 4963465.
Ke tone $ Itpd6/24.
964-8499.
Saturdays, 7 p.m..Public. In- 't'n. corner MorganRd. 6/10 3tchg
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C.E. "Sue" Davis tend both services. son, Ricky, and daughter, Kay,all of strong for a day 'of feasting. and recent loss of their son, Rickey Waddell will be confined to the house around .
The matured Christian fellowshipclub Brooker. reminiscing. *' in an accident in Georgia. six weeks.
Phone: 485-1314 will hold its monthly luncheon in Mrs. Charles R. Moor III and Mr. and Mrs. Dale'Polk wish to Rev. H.H. Mott Is home from the Lloyd Dyal is in the Alachua
the dining room of the church Thurs- children, enroute to Cap Coral from thank their many friends for their hospital recouperating from an acci- General Hospital in Gainesville ins
ChurchesNow day, June 24, at 11:45: a.m Everyoneis their home in Charleston S.C.-were calls, flowers and prayers during the dent last wwk here In Brooker. MottThere's serious condition at this writing.
on summer tour through out invited to come bring a covered the overnight guests of the Hugh
the United States, "The Lighthouse dish and enjoy the fellowship and Crosby familv
Quartet" of Clearwater, will appearat singing after lunch. Mrs. Ruby Hodges accompanied Disney Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary I
the New River Baptist Church The Praise Christian Assembly her ; ,
daughter and
son-in-law .
the
Carl '
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Church of Graham will hold a special .
Wednesday, June 30, at 8 '
p.m. Edwards
,to the home of Mr.and Mrs.
end of the month service Sunday
The public is invited to come and
enjoy the fellowship in music and night Ed Moratto, June of 27,the at Christian 7:30: p.m.Assembly The Rev. Jimmy monthly Strickland"cuzin" get-together in Callahan of for the the The happy "love affair" between ion site.. The monorail) preview' opens I
song. E.W. Hodges, Sr. family) last Satur- Wall Disney World and Its Florida a birthday party show at June 2.The
Church of Gainesville will be
Mrs. Anita Countryman announced guest day afternoon. visitors will be brighter than this Cinderella Castle twice daily, three Tencennial Parade, largest! in
there was good spirit and an excellent speaker. The public is invited to at- summer as they celebrate ever performances of the musical review, the Magic Kingdom's history, "I
program with the completion of Vacation tend. Mr. and'' Mrs. Virgil Hutchson of tenth anniversary In the a gala "Disney World la! Your World"on the featuares horsedrawn! floats, musical i
I Bible School at the commence- o PersonalsLast Baltimore, Md., were guests of the Kingdom.The Magic! Tomorrowland Stage and other groups from many eras and colorful .a
ment exercises held at the New River Sunday the Hugh Butler Sam Lees last week. Enroute home Tencennial will bring the special anniversary treats from now segments for Fantasyland, Advenv
Church last they will visit friends in Alabama and party until tureland, Tomorrowland, .
Sunday night. Mr. and Crosby family all gathered at the total attendance since opening In October September.Beginning Liberty'; :
Mrs. Thurston Henry, missionaries, home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vellenga Tennessee and attend the World's 1971 to nearly 140-million- June 12, the park will Square, Main Street and Fron- :;;
gave a talk on the past six months experience for a quarterly birthday celebration. Fair.Mr. visitors by summer's end. More than add nightly performances of the glittering tioerland -- each with dancers, w
they had as representativesof Members present were, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J.C. Harrell, Mr. and 30 million came from Florida. Main Street\ Electrical Parade singers and bandsmen in keeping f.
the home missions in the Indian Lane Goodson of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Quincey Jones and Mr. and Mrs. >lim aortal fireworks every niuht with its theme.A :;::7
reservation in Arizona. Mrs. Broderick Crawford of Kingsley Hershel Lafield were host and Every day until September will be through Labor Day.
John Davis, former director of the Beach, Mrs. Hazel Carlton and Mrs. hostesses at the Fellowship Hall of the filled with special Tencennial giant calliope drawn by a six :::
Southern Baptist Foreign Missions Elaine Griffin of Starke, Mr. and Mr. church for the Ned Lewis family reu- parades, parties:! at Cinderella Castle Tentennial Summer visitors also horse hitch of prize-winning per-
Board, will be guest speaker at the Thomas Carr and children of Bran- nion on Sunday, June 13. Guests were with all the colorful Disney film will have a chance to preview Epcol cherons provides a fitting finale. I'
morning and evening services held in don, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crosby and present from various areas of the favorties:! plus other shows:!and events Center Future World and World The Magic Kingdom is open everyday '.
1 the Brooker Baptist Church on Sunday son Matthugh and daughter, Val, and state of Florida, Virginia and Texasas for the tenth anniversary. Showcase, the new $800-miliion( international from 9 a.m to 6 p.m with extended :;.
J ,July 4.The oublic is Invited to at- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosby and they gathered around 150 members A Tenecnnial parade each afternoon showplace which will open hours for Summer and holiday ,::
Oct. 1.
Magic Kingdom will
features guests see periods. This year's summer hours :;
and colorful floats, marchers a film preview and will also be able to will run from June 12 through Aug.28 :'
prancers saluting each of travel three miles by monorail for a Summer operating hours!:! will be from
the lands
Magic of
Secretary of Treasury Announces the Kingdom.! ulimnvo of the mammoth construe- 9 am. until midnight. :




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Regan today announced plans to that bond is held another 5 sears, it change. All other features of Savings
seek Congressional approval for a would automatically receive the new Bonds denominations, tax ad vantages -,
new way to peg the interest rate on 85 percent rate for that 5-year period, purchasing through payroll
U.S. Savings Bonds to market rales. if that rate is higher than the fixed savings plans, safety and the bond's
Speaking before the Greater New rates already promised." physical appearance remain the
York City Take Stock in America Secretary Regan pointed out that same.
Kick-Off Luncheon, Secretary Regan the new rates mean that bondholderscan If you have any questions! contact
said, "Today, I am pleased to announce be confident that riyardli'ss how )904-632-4400( or 9047912679.
that we are proposing a new high market rates go Savings: Bonds
"market-based: ," variable rate for will continue to offer fair return. They
Savings Bonds. This proposal to be will be pegged to market rates" ( when
submitted by the Administration\ the interest rates go up but Jll1ave; a Staff Srgnt. Knight
the Congress in the next few weeks guaranteed floor when the rates go
with a request for prompt legislative down. Arrives at Fort Knox

action -- will modernize and Staff Srgnt. Andrew J. Knight, son Truck
Reestablish the Savings Bond instrument "This change, Secretary Regan of Durant Knight of Brooker, has:! arrived Financing
as a viable savings vehicle. said "will provide needed improve- for duly at Fort Knox, Ky.
ment for the small saver who has
Knight, a Cavalry Scout, was
"Our proposal is to establish a new been loyally participating in the program previously assigned in Kirch-Goons, .. '.
rate for Savings Bonds held at least 5 for the nonsaver who needs an West Germany ,
)"t'ars. That rate would I be: 85 percentof incentive to start saving, and for the He/ is a 1973 graduate of Bradford ... ,. ..
nation itself.A level of
the average return on 5ycarTreasury high participation High School.
securities during the will held reduce government bor- : ,t.
holding period. rowing in the public money markets
"For example, if you buy a Savings and relieve the pressure or. interest
Bond and redeem it olive! 5 ycai i s,and rates. I am confident that the Congress 1st Good ,Reason to ShopTerwillegar
if the average rate for 5-ycar will give us speedy action on Card of ThanksThe
markctables during the holding this proposal so that the rate of return! kindness and sympathy of
period was: 12.5 percent, your bond on Savings Bonds remain fair overtime neighbors and friends in our recent Motors
would earn 10.6 percent upon its and that they remain available sorrow will always remain with us as
redemption. to the millions of people who need
a precious Our sincere
their kind of memory.
and
"Furthermore if you are currently safety convenience. comforting thanks and acts.gratitude for all those They already have the lowest prices in

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