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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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School 'Board' :Criticizes Architect-; But* ]Delays Actions I on HE Project Defects


; Facing over $5,800 in change orders for the Hampton torAbney Construction Co.
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Elementary School cafeteria construction project, the needed over and above what was Orange for. Architect says Was that Kelly's decision to order the extra fill and move on blame that on the architect."
Bradford County School Board Monday night voiced Dave Jackson of the firm Salley, Jackson planned, Reeger, Inc., was not. a mistake and said the board should pay the contractor "I don't think you people are looking out for us," added
a-near unanimous opinion that the extra expense was the said at Monday's meeting the actual natural ground levelat Arthur Gaskins of the school board. "You should be protecting
fault of the architectural firm but couldn't decide on what the construction site is an of one feet nine in- "I think the builder "did what the board's agent, the architect us, we shouldn't have to be looking out for you."
average
action to take. told him to do, Hall said. "Therefore\ don't hold Jackson's
ches lower than the original drawings provided by the him defense was that it is not the architect's
>', After visiting the site of the construction at the Hampton .school board showed. responsible. responsibility to come up with a land survey prior to con-
school with architects contractors, and county officials L.A. Kelly of Abney Construction said Monday subcon- "I really feel like the architect should have made a couple struction,rather the owner(the school board),should provide .
1 before the meeting, and deliberating for the better part of tractor Gerald Goetzman ordered extra fill from to bring! of checkpoints until the thing progressed" to this point""Do reliable as-built'drawings.
,& two-hour meeting Monday theboard, agreed that the the ground level Up to what it was thought to bean eleva- David Jackson.you not approve each phase? he asked. architect "We had no reason to suspect that there was any
delays in the project and change order bills were agoniz. tion of 161 feet-' before moving on. discrepancy" Jackson said of the original drawings on
,ing but couldn't with decided Other board members joined in pointing the finger at file. He apologized for
come up a solution. It was to Another change order calling for$1,852.10 to what he termed "oversights" In
study further the details of the problem before moving on. fill dirt to cover the septic tank and provide tank and extra a'- the Salley, Jackson Reeger, Inc. firm., work by his firm, but said he disagreed that the blame
grease "I[
The next scheduled meeting of the board. .Is Monday night, credit to the school board for $96.50 because less ". v without, just can't believe somebody" didn't drop the ball should be laid at his feet.
July. is. sive drain pipe material was used, left the board looking expen- having a survey done, said board member Jim "I agree that on change order number one the contractor -
The jist of the problem Is a change order bill for at a total increase of$5,818.91 Monday. \ my Lawson. "If a survey was needed and the school board did what he was instructed to do and should be paid,"'I
$$4,063.31 to pay for extra,fill dirt,andlaborthe, contrac .School board member Rodney Hall voiced i had to pay for it, it should have been brought up to the
; ? the opinion! board. If that was done we wouldn't be}looking at this. I (more on pg.3A)



4th of July Explosions Planned See Pg. IB for.the Detail...,. B' A D FOR D PKY LIBRARY
OF FLA. HISTORY

; ;jAldrying-off t period:. Is, in prospect \\ COok
,for the Fourth of July ,weekend with
the chance of rain diminishing and only -
isolated showers a possibility Fri
Two Section, day to Sunday. A 30 percent chance of
SECTION At rain was forecast for today
N.w.... .. .. . ..l>ogi -3,14 (Thursday). I'rgrap1
Editorial... .. . .. .. .Pag 4 Rain slacked off to a 1.35 averageover
Social.... . . .Pago. 56.13 the Bradford area 'during the
Sport..... .. . ...Pag. 10.11.12 week, June 2329. Starke received the
L.gal... .. ... .. ... .. .Pag 13 most of any station in the immediatearea
with a total of 2 inches. Camp
Blanding (Kingsley Lake) recorded
SECTION hObituarl. 1.09 and Highland fire tower, 1.44. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
.... . . ..Pag.2.3 June went out with a total of 5.35 inches -
N.w.Brief.. .. .. .... .Pag..4.9 of rain, about three inches less 103rd: Year STAUKK, FLORIDA
Cla..lildi.,. . ...Pag. 10,11 than its 8.44 inch 50-year average. 48th Issue 25 Cents Copy
Thursday,July I, 1982 USI'S 062-700 I





Hospital Board Readies for




; $6-Million Expansion Program


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Taking its cue from favorable senti- renovation and expansion of the pre- July 8 at the Veteran's Administration ......
ment expressed at a public hearing sent hospital. "It's the only way to on SE Archer Road in
Thursday, June 24, the Bradford provide first class medical care that Gainesville.The .
County Hospital Board of Trustees, area residents are entitled," said Guy proposed expansion would add
meeting Monday night voted Andrews, a member of the Alachua 16 beds to the hospital's capacity,
unanimously to proceed with conver- General board of trustees.Ed from 54 to 70, plus a new heating and f
sion of Bradford County Hospital, Inc. Wall, an investigator for the air-conditioning system, a new N
to Bradford Hospital Corporation, a public defender's office here said he operating room, a new radiology ,
not-for-profit, private corporation.The knows many persons who go to (X-ray) facility, a new physical r4 \
action clears the way for a proposed Gainesville for medical treatment therapy complex, a new publicwa ": .
; $6 million expansion programat because of the lack of proper equip- iting room to face Colley Road,anda t 10" r
the health care facility here, if a ment here. 6-bed!special' care facility.All -
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Certificate of Need is finally approved BCH nurse Sandra Johnson sug- patient care facilities would
by HAS following two more hearings housed in the new addition. The pro.sent
scheduled for July 8 and July 26 hospital would be used for ad-
In Gainesville. Hearings will be con- The expansion ministrative and servicerelatedareas.
ducted by the Review Board of Northeast .
Florida Health Planning Council would add: The expansion would be financed
,which will make its recommendations with tax-exempt revenue bonds back-
to HRS. 16 new bedsHeatingAC ed by the faith and credit of Alachua
Under new new corporate structure General which
I system Hospital now operates a'v
Bradford Hospital Corporation will be BCH.
affiliated with parent Santa Fe Health Operating room By state law the Health Systems
Care Corporation, along with Alachua X-ray facility Agency, which is the North Central
General Hospital Calhoun Florida Health Planning Council pas-'
f "*_',(Blountstown) General IfospUal, and .Physical' Therapy. ., -edvin Gainesville,,,.must-issue.a' cer- '!
Suwannee' County Hospital Live Oak.: complex' tificate of need before the hospital can
I The motion to convert stipulated Public waiting room get a license to build the addition.
that all policies and procedures cur Evidence presented during the
rently in effect at BCH will be con- 6-bed special-care hearing will be referred to the project -.......
tinued under the new structure, including facility review committee of the North Cen-
the same medical staff, tral Florida Health Planning Council
retirement provisions, employee gested smoke filled rooms caused by which will meet July 8.
benefits, and seniority benefits. inadequate air-conditioning create The expanded Bradford County
Administrator E.C. (Rip) O'Steen health hazards in the present Hospital would provide most of the
announced that negotiations were hospital. primary health care needs for '
.under way for acquisition of 12 to 15 Elaine Sherman, a BCH ad- residents of Bradford and Union '
acres of adjoining property to ac- ministrative employee, said the pre Counties and the Keystone Heightsarea --' -
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comodate the proposed new building sent hospital is a negative atmosphere said Adminstrator O'Steen. j'
for the 70 patient rooms now planned. for employees."We BCH several months ago entered In- wvT. r'.b
-This will be an increase of 16 above want a certificate of need and to a three-year management contract
.the present 54 roorqs., are anxious to get on the way with with Alachua General Hospital Inc in
3 At the June 24 hearing, several per- construction," said Hospital Ad- Gainesville. The hospital changed
"ion, including hospital board ministrator C.E. (Rip) O'Steen at the from a public to a private nonprofitmore -
members, employees, and local conclusion of the hearing. Next public
.Citizens, endorsed the need for hearing on the issue is set for 7 p.m. ( on pg. 2A)

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They're Off and Running At Noon Tuesday _


I, The opening gun for fall elections will be fired at 12 Dist. :S J.T. Parrish incumbent.All .
noon Tuesday, July 6, when qualifying period opens for incumbents on both boards are expected to offer
candidates in county and city elections. Deadline for for re-election with no announced opposition to date.
qualifying is 12 noon Tuesday July 20. The City's qualifying period is also from noon July 6 to frE---
With two seats in the running, County Commissioner noon July 20, with three commission seats on the ticket:
candidates will pay a qualifying fee of$499.85, based on Group 1 Bob Milner incumbent. --.-. ']O'f.- ""' _
five percent of the annual salary. Posts to be filled are: Group 3 Jimmy Crosby incumbent. Pho" "'T-'Burkt
County Commission Dist. 2 (E.L. "Nook" Norman in- Group 5 Travis Wood incumbent. Sitting Pretty....

cumbent. of City$240.Commission candidates will pay a qualifying fee Three-year-old Craig "Cooler" Starling, Jr. perches of melons from their acre patch although Starling
County Commission Dist.4 (E.W.Hodges incumbent.) seven watermelons having combined of "
atop a weight said he could have harvested "at least three loads.
School Board candidates will pay a $446.85 qualifying The first primary for county offices will be Tuesday, 337 Ibs. The biggest one, located on top of the heap Cooler Is the son of Craig and Tammy Starling of
fee, with three seats at stake: Sept. 7, and the second primary Tuesday, Oct. 5. weighed In at 65 Ibs. and Cooler claims it's his melon. Starke.
Dist. 1- Arthur Gaskins incumbent. The City Election will be held, as always, on the se- The Starlings have harvested only one semI-truckload
Dist. 2 Pat Spengler incumbent. cond Tuesday in September this year, Sept. 14.




I An Added 4th Treat for Bradford : Saturday is Dr. H.H. Adams Day I



< by Bob Ferguson
Telegraph Editor Pg. 12A is a Collection of Photo's and Memories...


.3, For many people the 4th of July .
rweekend here will be extra special "I haven't done a damn thing in 1917-18, graduated from Andrew practicing at the State Prison Farm,
*because it will also be the weekend for says Doc. He's just been the single Jackson High, the University of Ten- as it was called then, moved to r ,+ Mt
Doc Adams Day l doctor who's stuck it out In Bradford nessee, and, finally, in 1942 the Starke. Hembree, and Dr. Adams
L Humble, easy going dry witted Dr. County for 39 years, since he came University of Arkansas School of bought the old telephone exchange r,
r:Henry Herlong Adams will have his here in 1943, got busy, and forgot all Medicine. There was no medical building on Madison, behind the pre- w 1 n
day in front of hundreds of Bradford about going back to school to becomean school in Florida when Doc took his sent Chamber of Commerce building. + r
\\County citizens Saturday. July 3 at eye doctor Norma Jean, his wifeof training. It became Starke's first hospital.Drs. !jC I
the Starke Golf and Country Club, 41 years declared she'd never Dr. M.B. Herlong, Doc Adams' uncle Hembree, Adams, and Hays, '
'Doc's favorite hangout. marry a doctor, but she has stuck it gets credit for talking his young who moved here from Madison County -
Golf was a passion for Dr. Adams out with him.Norma nephew into coming to Starke. kept the little hospital, which had
:,and what Is planned as the annual Doc Jean met Doc when he was "I've never regretted it a bit. The 40 beds, open for over three years.
Adams Golf Tournament will have its attending medical school at U. of people of Bradford County, and those The hospital was going great guns, +
;first edition Saturday at the country Arkansas where she was training to I've treated from surrounding coun- We were busy as the devil. They just '1 -
'.clubs chicken barbeque dinner and be a lab technician. They married in ties, have always been good to me and said the heck with it and left." with ; f iy ,'
a brief presentation honoring Doc his junior year and Mrs. Adams my family," Doc says. money owed to suppliers and banks, it q
.'Adams will begin at 6 p.m. at the worked in Arkansas then in Jackson Local folks think that highly of Doc was left to Doc Adams to sell the
; country club. Dinner will be served ville, before they moved to Starke. too."He equipment and pay off the debts, but
6-9 p.m. Tickets are $4 for adults, $2 Doc. now 69 and semi-retired knew how to make you feel he did just that. Ot11nr.
; for children always knew he'd be a doctor, follow- comfortable. He could crack a joke to In '53 Uncle Sam called, and Doc i; tth r w,
: Tickets are available at Chamber of ing the footsteps of Dr. George Elbert relieve the tension when you went in spent two years in the service. The 11n14
Commerce and the Country Club plus Adams, his father who practiced in for an examination,"said one woman day he left.Dr.A.J. Barry moved Into t$
local merchants and various people. Jacksonville. The name Herlong who was an Adams patient.In Doc's office and Dr..T.G. Ritch mov- I
Chief Cook Jim Brown Godwin needsto comes from his mothers maiden '43, when Doc Adams came, he ed into Dr. Middleton's former office. 1a rr.aal
have a good count of the number of name, Carrie Herlong. He also had a joined Dr. Herlong in the big two .and that was a fine day for thepeople
persons to attend by ,early Friday brother Mark E. Adams who was a story house on the NE corner of around here."
i morning doctor, practicing in Jacksonville fora Walnut Street and SR16. At that time Doc partially retired in 1977. Now 1
It 'We're not In this to make money. number of years. Dr. Herlong, Dr.W.E. Mlddleton and he works Monday Tuesday, and half kx- 4M
.
t If people will come,they don't have to Two of Dr. Adams' nephews. MarkE. Dr. Parks were practicing here. Dr. day Wednesday at DuPont. _.And he ..
I eat. We're doing this to honor Doc Adams Jr.and Ray Hesse are also Jennings was In the service at that takes tare of a few elderly citizens
3 Adams". says Ralph Bryan who physicians so medicine is a family time. In 1944 Doc. Adams built the office around town his faithful patients who Doc Adams and Wife Norma Jean...
1 went Into orbit and crganlzed Doc tradition. on West Call Street now occupiedby Get to relax with each other more often since his .em-retlrement.
-S. Adam Day when it was suggested to Bom in Middleburg in 1912 Doc Dr. Pete Felos. for more on Dr. Adam please turn
| him. moved to Jacksonville with his father In '47 Dr. Hembree who had been to pg. 12A)

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\; No Members Show for Adjustment Bd. Meeting BHS Grad Wayne McLeod



::1 t It was a no-show by the entire The entire tract back of the New Approved 4J 0 the site plan Businesses created by permanent Returns to School System
I Starke Board of Adjustment but the Englander Motel, which Porchiazzo presented by L.K. Whitehead for" yard sales are illegal in residentialareas
,I Zoning Board managed to get the four recently sold is owned by Porchiazzo. two buildings with an esplanade bet. now, Gaines pointed out. Con- McLeod will be coming back to the
members required for action Thursday He has plans approved for a CB sales ween to go on the former Slade Gas trol is a matter of licensing and get- 1967 Bradford High graduate Wayne of Brooker Elementary School for the
night June 24. and repair shop and now for a house site facing Edwards Road at the ting the Police Department to act, county school system as principal June 28, Bradford
,
night
Lack of an adjustment board Cleans w live In since selling the motel. Bradford Square Shopping Center. Gaines said,and is, therefore, bother- coming school year it was decided at the Monday
construction plans for additions to the some. School Board meeting. "I
McLeod was voted in by a narrow 3-2 margin as board members Rodney
two in Starke '
mini-storage operations The five board
I zoning members rounds that the board should look
have to wait for final approval. The Approved 4-0 the reclassificationof present were Cecelia Terwillegar, Mixed Classification Hall and Pat Spengler voted nay on the $ often. Hall said
more
Zoning Board approved site plans for a tract in Lincoln City just past the within its school system to fill manegenal positions
Viewed
Mary Peterson, Joe Williams! Chair With Caution last only 4 have been promoted ,
in Die 10
that of the 13 hired on years
both Mini-of-America on US-301 south Western Steer Steakhouse from In- Westcott and new managers '
man Spires Drivas who
Much discussion has been going on from within the Bradford School system."What's .
Ten Lincoln
next to McDonald's and Allen's Attic dustrial to agriculture. arrived late. Drivas explained he
was "
(formerly Bradford Mini-storage), City residents appeared, asking if late because he was visiting his wife about making certain sections of the with upward mobility? he wondered aloud. Charles Hall, (
city a mixed classification of both principal
asked if former Lawtey Elementary
but the best Zoning Director L.M. they can now replace mobile homes in the hospital. Spengler ::1
mobile homes and dwell- wasn't for the Brooker job
permanent recently named an assistant at BHS, qualified
Gaines could do was promise to call a with new ones. Rather
of the board of ad- Permanent Yard Sales ings. after Superintendent Tom Casey recommended McLeod for the job.
special meeting
"At least you have a chance now," Are in Scott Coontz of the North Florida than answer that question Casey said only that his recommendation was to
justment.In Illegal CityAt
businessescome said Chairman Walter Westcott, Regional Planning Council met with hire McLeod.
the under city, mini-storage the special exception meaning that under the agriculture this time the Starke zoning board Gaines and Westcott recently, they The vote, on a motion by Arthur Gaskins, went 3-2 with Hall and Spengler
the code, which requires classification the residents can ask won't propose an ordinance to control reported, to discuss such a situation. dissenting, and Gaskins, chairman J.T Parrish, and Jimmy Lawson voting
in zoning
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category the of the Board of for a special exception from the yard sales within the city that become Such areas already exist in the city.
i. approval. Board of Adjustment to replace a permanent. Chairman Westcott said, Gaines pointed out. But, the zoning for.McLeod said after the meeting he was happy to return. "This is the first
Adjustment.In dwelling. Replacement of existing but the board is concerned about the board will need to be really careful oppurtunity for me to get back to the county... I'm real excited about it."
other action Thursday night, the dwellings was not an option under the problem. about which areas to allow both A good student and star football, basketball, and baseball player who
Zoning Board: industrial classification. Any ordinance adopted would not mobile homes and permanent quarterbacked the 1906 Tornadoes to a second state football championship,
I Reclassification of the area was in- prohibit housewives from having residences. The board would not wantto McLeod has been in school administration for 7 years. lie was assistant principal -
Approved 4-0 rezoning from B-3 itiated by the Zoning Board members. yard sales, both Westcott and Zoning stop improvement of a section, at Lake Butler Middle School for 2 years, moved to Williston as prin-
(business) to residential a 125 by 125 Westcott said the board had the mat- Director Gaines stressed. Writing Gaines said, but pointed out that in cipal of Joyce Bullock Elementary for 4 years, and last year moved to Bron- I
lot on Market Road on which Vincent ter under consideration for some such an ordinance would mean that a some areas of the city mobile homesare son High School as principal. I
I Porchiazzo wants to build a home. time. yard sale would have to be defined. an improvement. ? '

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II i I Hampton Residents to Get Survey Flyers on Charter ? i iEAk1 I


I Hampton citizens should be looking nions on record. Chief of Police? Clerk Jane Hall is to have the #

for flyers in their mail next week as The 5 questions on the survey are: 4)) Do you favor abolishing the mar- results of the survey compiled for thecOllncll's 1 1 1Its
the town council has OK'd the prin- 1) Do you favor keeping the present shal's position and having police protection regular Tuesday, July 13, 1
ting and sending of a survey asking form of government, a city council provided by the county? meeting. Attorney Mary Marshallwill 1I I
townspeople their opinions on chang- with 5 members and a mayor with 5) Are you in favor of a possible expansion also bring a rough draft of the ,
ing the 1929 Hampton town charter. strong administrative powers? of the city limits in the near proposed new charter that night. !
The questionnaires, a sort of straw 2) Do you favor keeping the positionof future. The council will work on finalizing a
ballot, will l be mailed along with the City Clerk elected proposed charter that night and handit
July 1 water bills and should be filled 3) Do you favor keeping an elected And lastly, a blank will be providedto back to the attorney for a final SPECIALSteak ;:

out and returned by July 10 to get opi marshal l but with the title changed to make any additional comments. draft. 'i i



I New School Calendar for 1982-83 Year Has Been PlannedA Sandwich 'r.4'i: J,

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new school calendar for the day less, and spring break runs April '

1982-83 term was tentatively) adoptedat 1-8 rather than March 28-Apnl, giving Aug. 24-27. . . . . ,. . . . Teacher Pre-planning & 12 oz. "" A
a May 17 school board meeting students and teachers Good Friday August 30. Students Return
after Supt.Tom Casey reported it had plus the week after Easter off, September 6. Labor Day Holiday Soft Drink '

made the rounds for everybody to rather than the week before Easter.A October 11 . . . . ... . . . End First Six Weeks
check it over. May 31 Memorial Day holidaywas October 22. Teacher Planning Day *

The new calendar .vas adopted ten- eliminated. The move was madeso Nov. 23 . . . . . . . . . End Second Six Weeks < 2.75
tatively because it is a negotiableitem school will end a day earlier Nov 25-28 . . . . .. . . . Thanksgiving HolidayDec.
by the teacher union, the Brad- thereby preventing teachers from 20-31. . . . .. .. ... . Christmas Holiday plus tax _
ford Education Association, when having to return Monday, June 13,fora 3. Teacher Planning Day I

bargaining session starts this sum- final day of post-planning. Teachers January. :. . . .. . ;;.. . . Students Return
mer. BEA President Julie Miller preferred that school end on Friday January 23 . . . .. ..\1 . . . End Third Six-Weeks L( [tJ AL.'WCLiJ7r f7f3
reminded the school board the calen- June 10, so the calendar was changedto March 6. . . . . . . End Fourth Six Weeks
dar is a bargainable item, but said the accomodate their request.The Mar.18 . . . . . Inservice Day (Planning)
union didn't mind the board adoptingthe 82-83 calendar runs a week April 1-8 . . . Spring Break
calendar as long as it was done later than the current 81-82 term, with April 26. . End Fifth Six Weeks ? (l(](] t;
tentatively.The students slated to return to school June 7. Last Day for Students
.
Thanksgiving holidays will run Aug. 30, instead of Aug. 24. Teachers June 810. Post Planning 1212 Temple Ave.. Starke. Florida 9646567M'
Nov. 25-26, instead of Nov. 24-26, one will return Aug. 24 for pre-planning.


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I Site Plan OK'd for CB Radio Shop Here : r') .: ) t rk

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A site plan for a CB radio sales and Porchiazzo owns /the property backof :: L : .
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repair shop to be built on US-301 north the New Englander all the way eastto '
between the New Englander Motel the railroad. : .
and the Handy Way Store in Starke ;
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The is trouble ,
city having locating s y1 t / /
was approved June 1 by the city com- :
mission. the sewer in front of Porchiazzo's property
though the motel,jiffy store, ag
The site plan was approved May 27
building, and highway patrol stationare
the Starke Zoning Board.
by
all have city service, the councilwas
Vincent Porchiazzo says he plans to told June 1. Commissioner
build a 2,400 square foot building on Charles Schaefer says the sewer line .
the 108 by 200 foot lot in which to open at that point on 301-N is 18 feet deep -J
his business. The property was and the last time work had to be done f tt:3
already zoned B-3, commercial, so no there a firm from Jacksonville had to
rezoning was necessary. be called in. The city has no equip- -
ment to dig that deep. : e :
Porchiazzi recently sold the New
Englander Motel and now plans to Porchaizzo said the city looked for : g
open the CB sales and repair store. He two( days and could not find the sewer.In :
is also seeking a zoning change from approving the site plan the coun-
B-3 to residential on a lot back of the cil said Porchiazzo could install a sep-
Handy Way Store and facing Market tic tank if city service is not availableas t !
Road to build a home, which he needs long as the septic tank is installed ,
since selling the motel.continued according to city specification. : :
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I Bradford Hospital Hoard Plane! Expansion Job f


( from IA) past 10 years.
status July 2 when a special act of the O'Steen said BCII has experiencedan ."
state legislature went into effect. increase in the number of patients
from Union County in recent months.

Asked if hospital planners assume Peddie said about half of the health \j
Union General Hospital in Lake care need of area residents are now \
Butler will not be operating in the being obtained outside Bradford -

future, Ed Peddie of Gainesville, County, contrary to health care planning -
president of Santa Fe Healthcare guidelines. w/L: r*' \
Systems, Inc., which operates AGH "It's been proven that rural ; Buy the Mattress and
Inc., said he could not make such a ( '
statement.But hospitals provide" the most cost- Matching BOX Spring ;
effective care, Peddle said, adding
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*,. and get a Frame .
Peddie said, Union General's that expansion and renovation of the )
Starke hospital will, in the long-run, \ s
financial problems have been FREE ,. --.. '
publicized, and that UGH has been reduce the cost of health care for area
open for service only about half of the residents.KEYSTONE i FIRM ':SUP. R FiRM" PILLOW-TOP COMFORT
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ON THE JOB INJURIES REG. $469.95 3 PC. REG. $529.95 3 PC. REG. $749.95 3 PC.

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Court Pending Zoning Violation CasesThree


court cases for violations of used heavy equipment on his Mobil In the Zoning Board meeting at 7:30:
the County and City Zoning Codes are gas station property on West Madison p.m., Grace Long of Lincoln City was
currently pending, Zoning Director St Olin's attorney asked for and was given a favorable recommendation on
I L.M. Gaines told the County Zoning granted a 30-day period for his clientto her request for rezoning property
I Board at its Tuesday night meeting. clear the property. from residential to neighborhood
Will Harris, a three-time offender, James Creamer was also chargedwith commercial in order to convert a now
pled guilty in county court and has violations by storing junk cars on vacant house into a beauty shop. The
been given 60 days to clean up his property his Crawford Road property and was petition will be forwarded to the County
I at the junction of Forsyth Road ordered to clear the property. Commission for final action at its
and Highway 100 south of Starke. Two Gaines said his office was steppingup July 12 meeting.In .
years ago Harris was given permission its efforts to have abandoned cars other action, the Zoning Board,
by the County Commission, over removed from private property and now serving also as the Board of Ad-
I' the Zoning Board's adverse recom- road rights-of-way in the county. He justment, elected Jim Womack as
mendation, to use property for said such vehicles will be hauled chairman of the BA, and vice-
limited storage and sale of used farm away to a local junk yard following chairman of the Zoning Board. Al
,, and other equipment. However, Harris due notice to the owner, if he can be Richardson, chairman of the Zoning
was accused of abusing this permit identified.In Board was elected vice-chairman of
i, and court action was sought by a brief meeting at 7 p.m. Mon- the Board of Adjustments.It .
the Zoning Office. He has also day, the Board of Adjustments was decided to reverse the orderof
violated zoning regulations on his property granted a special exception to Mrs. the two boards' meeting time with
on two previous occasions. Corene Hunnery for construction and the Zoning Board meeting at 7 p.m.,
Mark Olin, of Olin Mobile Home operation of a restaurant-lounge on followed by the Board of Adjustment
Sales! has been charged with city zon- property purchased from Steve Car- meeting.
ing violations in storing and repairing din on U.S. 301 south of Starke.

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Bradford County School Board members and Ar- and the subgrade was filled in and compacted. George
chitects from the firm of Salley, Jackson and Reeger Goetzmun. the subcontractor provided the fill, Bradford County Commission rently using the county policy for constructed does not offer an
met at the Hampton Elementary School cafeteria addi- returned the level to its! intended elevation 161 fl'l't- Tuesday (June 29) decided to rejectall their dependents. The commissionersmust employee continous coverage after
tion to gain a first-hand look at some of the reasons! and submitted a bill for fill that was about $l-,800 more bids received Monday for make a decision as to whetherthe their employment is terminated. In
behind a change order requesting more than $5,500 in than contractors had planned. employee health insurance and emloyees want a cheaper in- addition a retired employee would remain -
cost increases on that construction project (Above). According to architects at the scene, GOPtzman would advertise; for new bids. surance or better coverage. part of the county group policy
The problem began when builders discovered that the have had no reason to suspect an error in the site plans The Commission voted to continuethe Low bid on Monday night was and any bad experience would or
actual elevation of the land at the site was an average of and raised the level to listed t'levationIncluding the present employee insurance Florida Municipal Health Trust of could effect the county's rates.
1 foot 9 inches lower than the ground elevation extra I.U\ feet.Additional coverage at the increased rate which Orlando who did not have a representative Also there is a written clause in
measurements provided by the school board. fill is now required for the septic system will be effective July 1. This will givea present. A special called their bid stating they may increase
Architects relied on the accuracy of the as-built plans, drain field, which must be above-ground due to Dept. o{ committee time to evaluate the new meeting was scheduled for Tuesday rates if the county suffers a heavy
and no survey was performed prior( to beginning construction Environmental Regulation (DElI concerns for the bids night in order for that company's loss ratio (employees dropping the
to cut costs.The foundation excavation began. local water table. representative to be heard. The problem group plan).
There was discussion concerning with Florida Municipal Health
the small number of the 77 county Trust, according to Pat Farnsworth The commission scheduled their
I Board Criticizes Added Cost Delays to HE emloyees who have dependent County CPA, is that it is a self In- regular meeting for July 12, they will
coverage. Only 24 employees are cur- surance program; The company as open insurance bids at that time.


(continued from pg. 1A) and Jackson agreed that it might be Hall said he had some reservations
Jackson said. "I disagree with "What I'm looking at is three or four about asking for bids and then takingthe County Commission Hears Budget RequestsThe I
hundred dollars of fill dirt should be high bid but he voted with the
you when you say we are to blame. I all we're looking at for that ," Par- other members in 5-0 vote.
don't feel anybody is to blame. It was rish said. one a Bradford County Commissionat Suwannee River Authority submit- Authority received no money from
an unfortunate, unknown condition." called meetings Monday and Tuesday ted a budget request of 5000. The Bradford County in 198182. I
"Change order number three is A contract with the
was approved
"Well, maybe the good fairy will evenings heard additional budget .
strictly a guess-timate and I recom- Concerned Citizens of Bradford Co.,
for it then, Lawson shot back. requests from department heads for
pay
mend wait to the Inc. which denotes the lease
you see exactly $5,709
198283.
"It all comes right back to this board.That's
amount and cost of the materials the Concerned Citizens day
paid on
what eats This takes Sheriff Dolph Reddish presented
me a
up. needed in covering the septic tank care center at RUE for use as mat-
alternates, he added, budget request totalling $451,485.68.This TIlE
away your and trap before consider funds to obtain Federal
grease you ching money Cl-IVRCI1
meaning that the money spent on that one." reflects an increase of$51,846.68over It Itis
change orders could be used for extra 1981-82. The increase includesthe
The board voted to
classrooms and the like. Other Action... unanimously 7 percent suggested salary increase -
Gaskins asked that the board not In other action at Monday's contract with school board attorney the purchase of a new patrol
accept any change orders "at this meeting: Richard Welly for another year at the vehicle, professional services re- a
time", and though Hall urged again The board went for what it calleda same rates for the fiscal year July 1, quired for the prisoners in his custodyand
that Abney Construction should get "higher but better" bid on school 1982, to July, 1983. an increase for investigations
paid, the board voted unanimously to bus seat repairs.The handled by his office.
wait on a decision either way. board awarded the bid to Bids were opened, reviewed, and Included with the budget requestwas
voted for tractor-trucks for the Vo-
Vann's Upholstery Shop at a cost of on a report prepared by Florida ..
Parrish Questions $1,722.50 rather than a $1,'>00 bid by Tech School. The board voted to pur- Sheriff's Association showing by Magic
model truck
Double D Seat Covers after chase an International the liIJgdol11
Change Order Cost getting county budgets and amount of the
from Doeer International of Leesburgfor
that recommendation from Supt. budget being spent at jails. Bradford
Board chairman J.T. Parrish grill- Casey and Leonard Register and $32,083.95 and a 1982 Ford LN-9000 County was high with 52 percent or
ed architect Jackson on another passing patches of the material used from Heinzelman's of Orlando for $130,332 going to the jail. The averagefor

change order, one for $1,852.10 to by the two company's around. ......$32,600. the state was 26 percent.
change the drain" field front below "In my'opinion,'looking at if.Teel.ing l- Sheriff Reddish Is pleased with the ;
ground to above ground as ordered by it, pulling! the material from t the Also voted on_were bids for a amount'we' spend at the jail because .. .illL. )
the Department of Envoiroi, mental" other outfit doesn't hold up tothejstpt t Fcover's ..-.welding'' machineandHpressure Vo-Teeh, .he.thinks. It is important.!. '
p" washer for the- school" *
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Regulation 1DER Mr.'Vann'sbeen using, r, ;Jerry Thompson; Communications
Parrish contended the bill submit- Register said when questioned by allocating $2,951 for those two buys. Director, submitted a budget request
ted by the contractor was a bit steep Hall. with a 23.4 percent salary increase. Vacation Bible School
Zoning Director L. M. Gaines
'presented a budget request of 54803.

I Bradford Gives Weeks Warm Welcome This percent budget salary reflects increase.the suggested 7 First United Methodist Church


Arnold Weeks, new head librarianat tional Institution. terested in this subject.
Bradford County Public Library is Weeks is perhaps a fourth cousin of Hobbies of the librarian, in additionto Residential Commercial I JULY 11-16 7:00-9:00: pm
"overwhelmed by his welcome to W. T. Weeks of Bradford county and geneology, are hunting and fishing HOME
Starke. It is an unusual experience to he is anxious to learn more about his and he thinks he has found the perfect Classes for Ages Kindergarten to Adult
receive such a warm reception from geneology here. spot for all three. He grew up in a Maintenance and Engineering Inc.
the people in the community"saidWeeks. Weeks said there is a wealth of information rural area near Pensacola and finds A Full Service Co. Sunday, July 11 6:30 pm
in Starke and he hopes to this area very similar. A bachelor, Phone
A native of Pensacola, Weeks, 31, have several geneology workshops in Weeks is temporarily living in 'ARCHIE WILLIAMS 473.4385 HOT DOG SUPPER
began work on June 7; the near future. He would be happy to Melrose until he can find a place in
Weeks holds a master's degree in work with anyone who may be in- Starke.

history and library science,he attended -
the University of North Florida NOTICE FOR PURPOSE
and Florida State University. Weeks \ .
served four years in the U.'S.'Air '" USE OF FEDERAL P TO
Force and for two years he served at ,- AU.i AT
academic librarian at Union Correc. REVENUE SHARINGThe

Lawtey City Council will holda Watsonwestern
Jim
Installed
Duncan
meeting Tuesday, July 6, 1982, at
Rotary President 2nd Big week of
SavingsXw""v
,<.' 7:30: p.m. to tentatively adopt
The Starke Rotary Club held a banquet -, 's' ,.' f' budget for the proposed expanders
and installation of officers Fri- "
day night at the Starke Golf and Coun- :, r- ", for Federal Revenue Sharing. The \ wear

try Club. amount of expected revenue is 20 % off
Brian Michaels, president of the U.S. 301 S
Palatka Rotary Club gave the presen- 4 allocated at $8000. This meeting will

tation of the program and installed be at City Hall. All interested t /lJ priCe' l Men's & women's (By l\1osleyTire Center)
the following officers: president, Jim \
attend la 964-7263
citizens are encouraged to
Duncan; president-elect, Drew Red- & -
dish; secretary, Wayne Douglas; this meeting. s"rts
treasurer, Jerry Moran. Five direc- Lucille Shuford '\ tops
tors: Maxie Carter, Jr., Bill Alder- Designer
man, Bernie McFadden, Bill Wilson City Clerk ; : ?;
and Thomas.
Doyle

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tarhe Shrine ffllub! I

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Many Thanks to All Citizens : I

JeWelry"
Assorted
of Starke, Bradford Countyand IIUI"

$200 & $300 '
Surrounding areas.

Acme Boot .4'Style we Have
Most Starke Businesses will be Because of generous, caring people like you, the J .
closed July 5 to celebrate the Starke Shrine Club is close to realizing their goal of $10,000 NO. 4939 U Of F &

Fourth of July weekend. Food raised on their chicken dinner on Saturday, May 22. As
stores and restaurants will remain f
open to serve the public usual, you gave us encouragement to get the job done. F.S.U.
however. I A special thanks to Police Chief Jimmy Bowen and the 1/2 bi U

The offices at the county cour- Starke Police Department; Sheriff Dolph Reddish and the Tee Shirts
thouse will be closed along with
the banks, post office, telephone Bradford County Sheriff's Department; the merchants of 550Ea.
office and city hall. Starke; Mrs. Louise Bell and the staff of the Starke price i

The public library will be closed Elementary Cafeteria; Principal Charles Francis; for 1
1f
for the entire weekend. their //
complete cooperation.
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FIHPAY. July 2 Without the cooperation of all you fine people,crippledand

SfCC STARKI Through CENTS July f CLOSED burned kids mights not: get the help they so desperately -

MONDAY. July S need.Thanks also to all the Shriners from Starke and other ? v! senior Girls j

tAWny.COUNCIL MElTING clubs, for all the hard work and to all those wonderful non- Heading for the Bahamas o 0 0 0

I 7:30 PM Shriners who helped with the cooking. 20 % off matching short setsmLrLruWLnU

UIDAY.1unt12STARSI This was truly a community effort. THANKS!

COUNCIL 7PM MElTING I Officers and Members of the Starke Shrine Club



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I 103 Years Bradford History Now Available' on Library MicrofilmSomething




I old and something new publisher of Tin Telegraph from 1932 and genealogy buffs in the Bradford fell by the wayside after a short
I has been added to the Dradfoid to l'J73! County area. life-span.
Public Library. The 1888.
I Where else could you find the datesof Although I he 11180s were long before year was .
documentation of The something new that.. has been
happen-
The old- your great grandparent's birth and the days of women-in-business, The
ings in Starke and Bradford County added to the library is microfilm death, or the year that Uncle Ben was Courier was edited and owned by a
i covering a 103-year span (with some viewing equipment' made possible by injured by a runaway horse? Of lady named Emma C. Hogan and
gaps) from 1879 to I960. the use of funds donated by the Starke course, the files are not complete for printed in an office"over Johns' brick
This history is recordedon several Garden Club after it became inactive all ot the early years, due to losses In block." This was a row of brick
micro-film newspaper and was presented as a years ago. fires or carelessness in preservingsome buildings owned by Jerry M. Johns,
The carrels (viewing compartments of the bound file copies. But The and contained a three-story building
) for use by persons reading the _' _on..__. (Starke's first skyscraper) next to the
Want to check film, and the film storage cabinet Learn how to railroad on Call Street. It was later Benjamin Harrisonthe
up were purchased with a grant obtainedby escape destroyed by one of Starke's more of our ninth
on your ancestors? the Bradford Library under the buying a blind horse spectacular fires. grandson
Library Service & Construction Act President, was elected ournations
There was little in the
through the State of Florida. very news
gift to the library by publishers of The Library Telegraph/ files are more completethan few copies of The Courier preservedon 23rd President.
, Bradford County Telegraph. The The two gifts and the grant repre- many Florida newspapers and microfilm, since most of the space
(. microfilm was obtained from the sent a total expenditure in excess of provide a fascinating look at the life was occupied by the annual Delin-
, Florida Library of History at the $3,500 to bring this new service to and times of the past 100 years. quent Tax Sale advertisement. But
University of Florida which has patrons of the library. The microfilm mixed in with the personal items were .. .. ....
microfilmed all back issues of The equipment also includes a screen for There are also scattered copies of such gems of wisdom as: "Politenesspays
Telegraph and is continuing to reading microfiche.The two other Starke newspapers published in.the cow stable. A gentle man
microfilm them on a current basis, here before the turn of the century, gets more milk than a harsh man."
although the film for 1981 and 1982 is new microfilm equipment, affording The East Florida Courier and The
not yet available.The access to information from Florida Advocate. Both of these attempted In its issue of April 28, 1888, The
J old newspapers that are now too to outdo The Telegraph by Courier also extolled the virtues of the world's first electric
gift was made as a memorial to fragile to handle, is expected to provide publishing a twice-a-week newspaperin Capt. J.C. Richard of Starke, and went into
. the late Hazel Middleton Matthews, valuable information, as well as a townly hardly large enough for Capt. Henry F York, of Lake Butler trolley car
:: wife of Eugene L. Matthews, hours of entertainment, for history once a week in those days, and both (then the county seat of Bradford service in Richmond 6
! County), saying they had been
, "faithful servants of Conservative
Democracy" and could well fill posi- Jr I
tions in the State Cabinet, such as
etHTcmiALs Comptroller, Treasurer, or Secretary
of State.
j
1 The Courier offered its 104 issues
annually for the modest sum of $1,
. and noted that"Another newspaper is alt across America coupleswere
I on the table for Starke. Seems as the latest
II enjoying
I Words to Remember though: the town intends to keep up in
the 'printin bizness'. This was dance craze, the Two-Step.
evidently a reference to The Florida
Advocate, owned and edited by the a

late Texas Hodges, of Cedar Key, in and in Starke Fla. "The East Florida
How shall we spend this Fourth of July the Nation's 266th observanceof the late 80s and 90s. ,

the signing of the Declaration of Independence? Courier" was publishing the news twice a week.
Issues of TIle Telegraph from 1879,
its first year of publication, prove that ,
A trip to the beach. a dip in the lake. The 83-year-old Benjamin Franklin, strawberries have been grown in this J

a picnic in the park? Nothing wrong with who was a great stabilizing force in the area for well over 100 years. In the
issue of Dec. 27, 1879, Col. William W. theast corner of Call and Walnut was shown by the "balance in
that we say and justifiably so. convention, arose and said "I have look- Moore, the founder and first editor of Streets, advertised "first class sam- treasury" of 000.011

But in the words of that sardonic ed at that painting again and again. I The Telegraph reported that Mrs. ple room" in rear of store, "where
song, have wondered whether it was a rising or J.C. Lewis of Bedford Lake presentedthe fine liquor of all kinds and Lager on Train service in those days was one
made popular by sultry singer Peggy Lee paper with a "handsome basket"of ice can be had at all times." of the better facts of life, with the
several a setting sun, but now Atlantic, Gulf & West India TransitCo.
years ago strawberries (Wilson's Alban Presumably, the "sample room"
"Is That All There I know it is a rising variety) for Christmas. And a few may have been one of the most (now known as the Seaboard-
Is?" sun." But Franklin days later the Rev. Mr. Keith, a local popular spots in town.Gentlemen Coastline) making eight stops in
; could not have known minister, brought in samples of some Bradford County each day, (four
Certainly it should at that time, just how Peabody Prolifics, grown in his home southbound and four northbound) at
Mill Starke and
garden. Lawtey, Temple's ,
be.
not Somewhere
right he was.
Thurston.
,.-
during the busy, hec The Thompson and Hart mill of always get
tic weekend ahead, t Our Founding Lake City was advertising for local the most milkBut And the cost of education, at all
when hundreds Fathers knew what growers to bring their rice to them for levels, was still a bargain. The
cleaning, and another ad advised Orange Academy, on W. Call Street,
perhaps thousands of = they stood for and readers, "If you don't feel just right, boarded students at $2.50 per week

motorists will die on were willing, if need try Hop Bitters." Since patent there were troubles, even in the and charged $1.50 tuition per month
the nation's be, to fight for their medicines in those days contained a good old days. For instance Mrs M.C. for primary, $2 for intermediates,and
highways, and beliefs. The cannon- high percentage of alcohol, it's no Johns' waffle iron was being advertised $3 for high school.
countless others will balls exploding at wonder that sickly souls felt like hop- in the 1879 issue "for sale at public And if you needed advice on buyinga
ping after a slug or two of Hop Bitters.In .
auction for freight and charges: and horse recommended
suffer agonies from Bunker Hill must The Telegraph -
the poor financial condition of the :, "Let him byhimself a ,
go way
sunburn heat have looked ,
or exhaustion just as '
I'' that connection, Tom Hem Corporation of Starke, for the period and if he staves rightlnto'anyhingt'
. there formidable.to therri as1' ingway, whose store stood on the nor- of, August 16 to December 16,. 1879, you know he's blind. :
should be a brief moment to pause and a nuclear bomb does to us today. But in

reflect on the words of our great leadersof spite of the sacrifices they made, they be- _____ ____n_

the past who have inspired this nationto queathed to us a republic and a system of obtained by applying a bait with a low

become, with all its faults the last best government that made us great, and County Agent NotebookBy percentage' of active ingredients. It is

hope of mankind for continued freedom of powerful, and free. ; very important to apply baits evenlyover
thought, word and deed. soil surfaces. Baits should be applied -
Over 200 years ago, the revolutionary I Bobby L. Taylor as damage appears during July,
patriot Thomas Paine wrote: "These are County Extension August, and September. Irrigate
Said Patrick Henry in 1775: "Is life so the times that try men's souls." And Agent before application and after applying

dear or peace so sweet, as to be purchased those times also tried their bravery, their sprays. Do not irrigate after applyingbaits. .
" .
at the price of chains and slavery? persistence, and their faith. Several insects and related pests Mole crickets are most active at Mole cricket baits with varioUs
Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what are common in lawns in our area this night especially after a rain or irriga- amounts of active ingredients of
course others may take; but as for me Daniel Webster once said, "No man time of year. Chinch bugs, spit- tion and when the temperature is Baygon, Dursban, Malathion or Tox-/-
f give me liberty or give me death!" Who can suffer too much, and no man can fall tlebugs, and bermudagrass mites above 70 degrees. When conditions aphene are available to homeowners>
: could resist this inspired Call to Arms too soon, if he suffer or if he fall in suck plant juices. Some such as mole live such as these exist, they will come to Be sure to follow; directions on' that
and
crickets,white grubs billbugs the surface and make burrows In the
label when applying pesticides
against years of oppression and defense of the liberties and constitution of in the soil and damage the plant roots. upper inch or two of the soil Damageis : '
"taxation without representation?" his country." Others, including sod webworms and primarily through feeding on the The eggs are laid in i thersprning, ,
armyworms, eat the grass leaves. To roots, but their burrowing loosens the several inches below the soil.surface g
Almost a century later, President these groups can be added other insects soil causing the grass to dry out and The nymphs hatch approximately: # '
Then a year later came those immortal Franklin Roosevelt saved the Nation and related pests such as fleas sometimes become completely two weeks,arid look like the adults' except 1
words of the brave men who risked their from the brink of war the war against earwigs, millipedes, chiggers. uprooted.The meandering burrows of they are similar and lack fully
( lives by signing the Declaration of In- poverty, joblessness, and depression, sowbugs and snails that do not mole crickets are about one-half to developed wings. The nymphs
damage the lawn but may become one inch in diameter and easily Seen develop throughout summer and
in
dependence 1776: "We hold these
with the words "We have
reassuring fall. The
following spring-tbeftare
. nuisances because of their biting pee in short mown lawns or newly planted
truths to be self-evident that all men nothing to fear but fear itself." ple or crawling into houses garages, areas. mature and ready to Jay egg$.'tr f;jy!j
are created equal that they are endowedby swimming pools, etc. Since mole crickets l have only one Adult mole! crickets are readily, t-
their Creator with certain unalienable Surely we can spare a few minutes dur- Insects are only one of the many generation per year and most nymphs' i tfacted)to lights, especially In the spring >

Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty ing this Fourth of July weekend to ponder causes of thinning out or off-color hatch during May. it is possible to' dung their mating flightt.3Mostof
and the of these words and give thanks for the areas in grass. Diseases, nematodes, prevent most damage which occurs their life, however, is,spent in the
pursuit
Happiness. Rights dry weather and nutritional disordersare later in the by timing of soil. During periods of drought or cold
heritage left to us by the leaders of the year proper
that have endured
through the centuriesand .
frequently responsible for such in- insecticide applications. In University weather, they burrow deeper until
are still the hallmark of our "Land of past, without whose inspiration our nation --I jury. It is important to be sure of the experiments best results hate beene 'favorable temperatures and moisture
the Free." would not be what it is today. cause so the proper treatment can be are reached. ..'1"'. "
used promptly to correct the trouble
t In our world of 1982, starvation and without the needless waste of

, And who can forget the preamble to our malnutrition affect nearly one-half of all pesticides and without further ..

\I Constitution? "We the people of the human beings. Two-thirds of humanity is damage to the grass. i't ....
United States in order to form a more governed by autocrats and dictators. Mole crickets live in the soil and S.... 'j
feed roots. The adults are
perfect Union, establish Justice, insure Refugees flee from their homelands and aboutJ3 on grass inches long and light brown r

.I : domestic Tranquility provide for the abandon their possessions to seek the In color. The front legs are short and Mealson

common defense promote the general freedom we take for granted. Freedom is stout and well adapted for tunneling.

i + Weliare, and secure the Blessings of a precious commodity, and those of us
\ : Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do who enjoy it now should never take it for

ordain and establish this Constitution for granted.We Pee Wee Dampier
the United States of America." Credits Mike Hammer
live today in a world where the With Saving Ills Life t

i Concerning this immortal instrument possibility of total global war is all too On June 4 while riding down SR-100 ,iSr
threatening. Mankind has the capabilityto attacked by a Wheels
1
l of government never surpassed in purpose on my tractor, was
human off the machine
by other nation it has been destroy every living thing man who pulled me
I any in motion. I was t
animal, and vegetable at one and the while it was still
said: "The Constitution of the United and the )
knocked unconscious,
same time. In this precarious world, the ; ,
States including the amendments, may assailant continued to pummel me on
( be read aloud in 23 minutes. It is about words of Abraham Lincoln seem a more the ground.The I'
significant pledge than ever before "to beating stopped only when l ,
half as long as St. Paul's Epistle to the
and do all.which may achieve and cherish in a Mike Hammer, a passer-by, stoppedto
Corinthians one-fourth the
as long as
and asked what was going on.
and ourselvesand
just a lasting among '
Irsih Land Act of 1881. But history knows peace" Albert Kuening, 27, of Starke was : .- .
with all The alter-
few instruments which in so few words nations. only arrested and charged with aggravated w .- ..
.
native is death and destruction for all. ,
battery, A former mental ({
lay down equally momentous rules on a n"RI .
committed to "
a
t vast range of matters of the highest im- This Fourth of July, let us take time out mental patient facility Kuening bv was the court for a term ..

portance and complexity." from the fireworks, ,the parades, and the not to exceed six months. Keuning- h \
picnic lunches to think about where we tually) was released after 13 days.

On the back of the chair used by George came from where we are now, and wherewe I would like to thank Mike Hammerfor be- "

" Washington chairman of the Constitu- are going. Though these may also be ing stopping attacked.to I help feel me he saved when I my was life. '.. .

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: horizon. After many months of argumentand Webster was when he said, "No man can would have called the authorities here Tuesday. and stored for future use In the Bradford-Union
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discussion that often threatened to suffer too much, and no man can fall too later. program.
I fear. The meals are provided under BUGC" Care for the Elderly -
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Constitution was finally signed by the the liberties and the constitution of his Mike Hammer performed a very qualified for the program. .. r'
.' thirty-nine delegates. country" commendable deed.I Although IS per day la the current maximum load, Dave McCampbell.'
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Melissa Leonard II! .
Rutledge AstrauskasWed ,',- ,,'
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June: 26 at Ccurip; fcJanding The Social SideGladys I ,."" ,"II J.4"f'_It!;



m Reynolds Chapel at Camp Blandingwas . .
the setting for the marriage of f Mooty Of The r

Melissa Ann Rutledge to Leonard 111-1111 )

Jerome Astrauskas on Saturday, Bode ty Editor .
June 26, at 7:30 p.m. with Father II ,
Joseph Nolin, of Saint Peters Catholic
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The bride Is the daughter of Mr.and 1
Mrs. Austin M. Rutledge of Kingsley ri r
Lake and the groom is the son of Mr.

and Deland.Mrs. Joseph Astrauskas of Couple Honored Wjth Several Parties

The altar was highlighted with two 0 r

arrangements of white mums,
gladiolus,baby's breath and pink car I The Joseph Astrauskas'Give ween the hours of 3 and 4:30: p.m. II
nations; potted palms in white wicker
baskets; and two conical Rehearsal DinnerMr. Or and Mrs. Thomas Ritch enter .
tamed buffet dinner at their :
candelabras. Aisle candelabras at a '
were and Mrs. Joseph Astrauskas of '
Ortega home in Jacksonville Thurs ,x : .
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placed alternately on the pews. Deland entertained at dinner -
a party
Miss Cynthia Canova, organist, of tit I last Friday night at the Ravines Golf day, June 24, honoring Melissa Mr and Mrs Michael Kicks
Kingsley Lake and Alexander Saldar- I .,.. ,1",1 Club in Middleburg for their son, Rutledge and Leonard Astrauskas,
riaga, of Miami, violinist, presented a Leonard and fiancee, Melissa who were united in marriage on June Melissa Sweat-Michael Ricks Wed
program of nuptial music. Mrs. Leonard Astrauskas Rutledge following the couples wedding 26.The
Michael Astrauskas attended his rehearsal. buffet table was in the dining

brother as best man. The groom's two they wore three pink carnations and Place cards marked the seating arrangement room and dining tables were set up on Melissa Ann Sweat, daughter of Mr The bride is a 1982 graduate of Fer-
brothers, Charles and Martin baby's breath att.ached'to a comb. for the 32 guests which included the pool side terrace. and Mrs. James G. Sweat of 'ernannandina High School and is presently
Astrauskas, Steven Rutledge, brotherof The bride,given in marriage by her the wedding party, immediate Among those attending were the dina and Michael Ricks of Fernan- employed at Burger King in Fernan-
parents of the honored couple, Mr dma of Mr and Mrs. Jesse Ricks dina.
the bride and Mark Thorne were father, wore an imported French families and close friends. son
ushers. .. voile The bodice had a During the dinner the groom and Mrs. Austin M. Rutledge of of Starke were united in marriage Mr. Ricks is a 1979 graduate of
gown. square
Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs. June 10 In Kingsland, Ga. Bradford High School and is
Mrs. Steven D. Meeker, of Cler- neckline and short sleeves featuringrows presented gifts to his groomsmen.
the
Deland
mont, served as matron of honor. At- of French chantillylace. Joseph Astrauskas of employed by Spartan Foods as
imported ---- wedding attendants, Mr. and Mrs. manager of Hardees in Fernandina.
tendants were Miss Kathryn
.
The full skirt had a wide flounce
Astrauskas, Miss Catherine attached to the bottom which also had A tea shower was given June 19 at F.W. Palmer of Kingsley Lake, uncle Turner The couple is living in Fernandina.
McGrath, ,Mrs. Jeffery P. Altier and the French chantilly lace around the the Gainesville home of Mrs. FrancisII. and aunt of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Vicky
F.W. Palmer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVito
Miss Margaret Phillips. They were hem and train. She Skipper in honor of Miss Melissa
chapel length Fullwood
Richard Ritch. Nancy ,
attired alike in coral voile gowns with wore a three tiered silk illusion elbow Rutledge, June 26 brideelect.The Stephen Tilley and occasion.The To Wed July 3
hostesses with Mrs. Skipperwere Forty guests enjoyed the Craig LopezMiss
slightly gathered waistline accentedby length veil trimmed on the edge with
self-belt. A bollero Mrs. R.E.L. Green, Mrs. O.W. Vicky Turner and Paul>iVilo
a type jacketwas
and attached to
chantilly lace was a Vows June 6
Kingsley Lake home of Mr. and will be united in Saturday, Repeat
and Mrs. marriage
edged in a soft ruffle effect In- band of fresh flowers. She carried a Byrd, R.E. Bryan.
cluding the short sleeves of the loose European bouquet of pink Assisting In serving were Mrs. Mrs. Frank W. Palmer was the setting July 3, at 7:30: p.m in the First! United Nancy Ann Fullwood and Craig
jacket. They carried loose European sweetheart roses, while daisies, Thomas J. Crowley and Mrs. Richard of the bridesmaids luncheon on Methodist Church with a reception Raymond Lopez repeated their mar
bouquets of white daisies, pink carnations miniature pink carnations and baby's Wisby. Saturday, June 26, honoring Miss following in the Starke Woman's riage vows on Sunday, June 6, at 7:30
and baby's breath. In their hair breath.A The honoree received many lovely Melissa Rutledge.Two Club. p.m. in the First Christian Church of
and useful gifts which were displayedin tables accented with arrangements All friends and relatives are invited Starke with the Rev. Raymond Baer
reception was held at the home of
> the sunroom. of yellow daisies and day to attend. performing the nuptials in the
the bride's Lake.A
parents on Kingsley
Karen Gray, The hostesses presented the lilies were used to seat the 15 guests. presence of immediate families.
bright yellow and white party tent
honoree with a place setting of her These guests included the The bride wore a champagne lace
F. Delano Thomas provided the setting for'Joey Herresat
the electric the bride's table flatware pattern as a memento of the bridesmaids the mothers of the bride Linda Robinson, and chiffon gown over satin and car
,
piano
Married June 19 occasion. and groom, the sisters-in-law of the ried a bouquet of phaleonopsis orchids
and tables Jordan
two hors oeuvres punch William
Punch and lovely pastries were groom and out-of-town guests, Mrs. tinted carnations and baby's
Karen Gray of Starke, daughter of and champagne bowls. served in the dining room. William A. Nash of Amherst, Mass. To Wed July 5 breath
Mrs. Greta Wollmann The bride's table was covered withan
of Fulda West
Approximately 40 guests called bet- and Miss Lyn Lester. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Lonnieson
Germany,and F. Delano Thomas,son imported ecru embroidered cut- The wedding of Linda Gail Robin Fullwood and the late Mr. Fullwood,
work cloth and was centered with a to William J Jordan will take
of Mrs. A.J. Thomas, Sr. of Starke .
------------ is of Bradford School
----------- a graduate High
and the late Mr. Thomas, were unitedIn three tiered wedding cake and two Birthdays place July 5 at 11 a.m. at the home of and the of Florida and
round smaller side cakes, decoratedwith the at Smith Lake, University
marriage Saturday, June 19, at 4 grooms parents leaches
p.m. at the Thomas Kingsley LakeHome fresh pink and white flowers bet Mrs. Linnie Woods Mrs. Sadie Elder Keystone Heights. School. at Lawtey Elementary

with Gene Shaw, Attorney, of- ween each layer and on top. Celebrates 81st Friends and relatives are cordially
Celebrates BirthdayMrs Mr Lopez is the son of!Mr and Mrs.
ficiating. Punch and champagne were served invited to attend
Attending the couple were Barry from silver punch bowls at the ends of BirthdayMrs. Sadie Elder was given a sur- Raymond Lopez in Gainesville; attended -
schools in Beach
.... .., Pompano
two tables which crossed the two hors Old You Know.
Thomas, the groom's son, and Mrs. Linnie Woods was surprisedby prise birthday party on Tuesday and is w it h Watson Construction Company -
Jackie Sainons. d'oeuvres tables. The centerpiece us- a birthday party and luncheon Sun- night June 22, at the Starke Golf and Mr. and Mrs L C Early visited Mr in Gainesville
Following the wedding a receptionfor ed where the four tables met was an day, June 20, given by her family at Country Club given by her children and Mrs Amos Sanford in Tavares The couple is residing in
the families and a few friends was arrangement built around a large the Elks Lodge in celebration of her Mr. and Mrs W.L. Durban of Lake from Sunday to Wednesday Gainesville
held, also at the Thomas home. watermelon basket filled with melon 81st birthday. Butler Mr and Mrs. Dewayne Elderof
The three serving tables were and cantelope balls, pineapple and Among those attending were her Ocala Mrs. Robin Gilmore of
covered with white lace cloths. The strawberries. This was garnishedwith nine sons,John, Buck, Louis,Tommy, Kingsley Lake and Mr and Mrs. Rosha's Beauty
bride's table held a sheet cake coconut halves, grapes and can- Charlie, Travis, Allen, Albert and Dwight Elder of Starke. Shop
decorated in white and yellow and talope baskets. Large hurricane shad- Alford Woods and daughter, Rose Mc-
was balanced by two branched ed pink candles in silver holders accented Connell with their husbands, wives The strawberry theme was carried t 597!)
candelabras with yellow candles. each of the four tables. These and families. out in the decorations including a '?\ HaJiJLYSPECoIALS '
The punch table was centered witha were surrounded by pink sweetheartroses Her surprise started by eight of her strawberry cloth with matching 1 l7. 1.y'
silver punch bowl and champagnewas daisies and baby's breath. children and a number of grand- The food table was centered ; '
napkins. : "'"
served at the hors d'oeuvers Standing in the receiving line were children attending Madison Street with a "Basket of Light" arrange- / "Ii' ExpIres July :3l 1982
table. Both tables held summer the bride and groom and their Church service with her. .'
.. ment. Cake, punch and pastries were Hair Cut Shampoo & Set
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Assisting,h't serving and caring for the bride's book.Cutrlhg"and ", with aiwhite cloth and centered.with served.The 25!; attending betweeilthe hours Zotos Perms S $ 0 0
Bake wire\ .
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the" gueSls wereVMrs.'Jane, Watson' an arrangement of> greenery. -.The i 7:30( and 9:30: p.m.'were families and
Mrs. Jackie Samons,'the bride's son, Mrs; 'Ann Johns; Mrs: d W. Byrd, cake was decorated with two shadesof frien s. $15.00 Shamooo Set
Michael Gray, all of Starke and Mrs. Mrs. R.E. Bryan, Mrs. F.II. Skipperand red roses,a favorite of Mrs. Woods. $6 00
Doris Hau, sister of the bride, and Mrs. T.G. Ritch. Assisting at the Mrs. Woods enjoyed lunch; gifts Blow Dry .
son, Thorsten Hau of Germany.The punch bowls were Mrs. Stephen and visiting with the 98 family
couple are residing at the Tilley, Mrs. F.W. Palmer, Jr., Mrs. members attending which includedten
Thomas home at Kingsley Lake. Michael Astrauskas, Mrs. Donald of her 11 children.
Thornton Mrs. Cynthia Rowell and
Miss EmLee Baggett.
After spending some time with their Prevatt Twin Boys Western Auto4th
guests the couple left for wedding
Duplicate Bridge trip to Fripp Island, S.C. and will be Celebrate First
at their home in Coral Gables after BirthdayJason
Club Results
July 5.The.
.Cecelia and Eva bride is a graduate of Stetson and Brandon Prevatt, twin
Terwillegar sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Prevatt ; of
and member of Alpha XI JulySPECIAL
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celebrated their first birthday Saturday
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Delta and Tri Beta Honor Society, anda
Marge, Thomson and Lucile Green graduate of Florida International June 19, with a party for family Fr l dd3
Miami. and friends at their home on SR16.
were second' and Lori Frances and Universitypf
The Smurf theme was carried out in
attended Knox College .
Rhea Johnson were third. The groom ,
Is Stet-. the decorations including the decora-
club Galesburg a'graduate
'The plays every Tuesday nightat'
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sun University with amember.
7:30: p.m. at'the Starke Womans.

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I II' .r. Miss Vickie Turner :. ,t!; Mrs" Penny Hannah

:i The Royce Joyners I The L.B. Registers Honored at Luncheon. ,, ".'' Shower' Honor
Host Rehearsal Dinner Mrs Penny Hannah was given a
j Celebrate 25thAnniversary Miss Vickie Turner of Jacksonville* :
q Mr. and Mrs. Lennard B. Register, bride-elect of July 3,was honored at a. surprise.baby showrf'on Saturday,
Jr. were hosts at a dinner party Friday luncheon held at the Holiday Inn June 26, given by Mrs. Ginny Rowdie Kilby
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Joyners were night at 8 p.m. at the Western Restaurant, Saturday at noon, :.Michelle Han-eU and other the home
: 'honored at a reception SundaYl.June Steer Steak House for their son, Hostesses for the event were:Mr}. ; Softball. team members, at Harrell In
,27, from 2:30 to 5:30 Charles Register and fiancee Maxine Carter,Jr., Mrs. Joan Chitty <.'r of Mr. and Mrs Henry
I'I ; r Fellowship Hall of the Starke Church Charlene Beam following\ the couple's Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. George Deerwood.A and a prize
a'J 'of God on their 25th wedding anniver- wedding rehearsal.The Flynn, Jr., Mrs. Ann Godwin. Mrs: game"was played
sary given by their children Mr. and head table of the U-shaped Jim B. Godwin, and Mrs. Betty Ann awarded visiting,
I i'l Mrs. Randy Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. tables was centered with an arrangement Phillips. The party guests enjoyed table tennis
Mark Joyner, Gene and Jimmy of pink and burgundy roses Guests were greeted in the foyer by swimming and playing were served -,'
Joyner. balanced by silver candle holders Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Denmark and after which refreshments
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The cake table was covered with a with pink tapers. The same ar- were served appetizers by Mrs. during the party hours 8 and p.m.
white lace cloth over blue linen and rangements were repeated on the side Phillips and Mrs. Flynn. The invocation
centered with a three tiered silver an- tables. The tables were covered with for the luncheon was given by
l ''''., niversary cake topped with a silver lace cloths. Bridal place cards mark- Mrs. Chitty. Surprise Dinner for
'. .. cross with a "25" on it. The cake was ed the seating arrangement for the 38 Seated at the head of the U-shaped Thelma ThorntonMrs.
I4 flanked with three branch silver guests which included the wedding luncheon table were the honored
a'? 1pF candelabras holding burning blue party, immediate families and out-of- guest; her mother, Mrs. Janet Thelma V Thornton was sur-
tapers encircled with fern, blue silk town guests. Turner; the groom.t-be's mother, prised at a retirement dinner on Tuesday -
roses and baby's breath. Silver dishes Guests included the groom's grand- Mrs. John DiVito of Largo; and the June 22, given by her children
F I held nuts and mints. mother,Mrs.Leonard Register,Sr.of bride's grandmother,Mrs. Alice Bar and their families: Elizabeth McLeod
; t t4 The round coffee table was covered Jasper,the bride's father R.L. Beam from Williston, Jim Thornton from
," with a white lace cloth over blue linen and Mrs. Beam of Jacksonville, and ron.The luncheon tables were covered Jacksonville and Ginger Davis
1 1J I I and held a silver coffee service and a the bride's mother, Mrs. Barbara with white linen cloths, and accen- Starke, held at the home of the latter.
4 silver bowl of baby's breath. Daniel of Thibodaux La. tuated with green trailing ivy and Mrs. Thornton has the
;;.,.h" i J{ The punch table was covered with a During the dinner the couple white gardenias down the center of History Department at Bradford High
i ,'y .' ,I white lace cloth over blue linen and presented gifts to their attendants. the tables. Centering the head table School for the past 19 years and has
I \ :. :(,).o : !I' centered with a silver punch bowl and was a wicker' basket holding an arrangement decided this year to relax and enjoy,
,,'," J 'i I ; ; flanked by arrangements of fern, blue of multicolored silk retirement with her husband. and
,. ,' silk flowers and baby's breath. Fathers Day BanquetAt blossoms. Individual name cards family at Kingsley Lake.
", ,', The guest book table, covered with Church of God marked the seating arrangement for As a memento of the occasion, her'

; '<' ., : ., the same type cloths, held a silver the guests. children presented Mrs. Thornton
r' ."' \' .d" wedding bell, the couple's original The Ladies Auxiliary of the Starke The guest of honor was presentedwith with a drawing of her class room and '
'.)',.\: :: wedding book and wedding picture Church of God gave a banquet on the wicker basket arrangementof a gold tray inscribed with her years of
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; .;,a rr': ")', album. At one end of the table was a Father's Day in the Fellowship Hall. silk multicolored spring flowers as service to the Bradford County Public
0i; :;;'.::.\\I." :\ blue unity candle in a silver candle The Hall was decorated in the a memento of the luncheon. Invited to School System.Did .
.; .. ''\,'1'i': :. ',.:.f'' IJ 'r'" holder encircled with greenery, blue theme "In His Steps." The wall\ share this occasion with Miss Turner
,', ..o,{ \1 roses and baby's breath. behind the head table covered were 25 friends. Attending from out-
.," .-", ( was You Know...........
..'';:;" '.,, ..: t'' Pots of palms and Boston fern were with huge footprints in blue and gold of-town were her sisters, Misses Kay
< {: placed at points of interest in the hall. with the inscriptions "Happy Turner and Claire Turner of Jackson- Mr. and MrsT Leon Miller of
Out-of-town guests included Mrs:; Father's Day Fellas" on them. Hats ville, and Mrs. Carl Riherd of Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of.
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,' i,. Joyner's mother, Mrs. McSwain, and footprints were hung from the Gainesville.Did Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs.

:: sister and children. ceiling and one the walls. You Know...........
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin of Live
.. The head U-shaped table was
,," covered with white cloths and Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison visited Oak were last Thursday visitors of
Miss Vicky Turner centered with a shoe shine kit holding Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen.

yellow mums, blue shoe horns and Mrs. R.T. Hipps in Waycross over the
Luncheon Honoree.Miss More Socials 13
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.. shoe brushes, flanked on either side weekend.
.. Vicky Turner, whose mar- with burning blue tapers.All .
Paul DiVito will be eventof the other tables centered
riage to an were
Mr. and Mrs. Malachi Henry
July 3, was complimented at a lun- with shoeshine kits displaying shoe

Fadra Glenn and Malachi cheon Tuesday June 22, given by polish.
I Henry Mrs. Charley E. Johns Mrs. W.B. The chicken pilau dinner was serv- Dwight's Food & Scat
Mundy Mrs. T.H. Slade and Mrs. ed by the young ladies auxiliary.A .
Married June 19 in TallahasseeFadra Clyde Sinclair at The Ravines Golf program was presented by the 556 S. Walnut Street, Starke Fl
and Country Club. Ladies Auxiliary entitled "In His Chipped Q i i6pk
Bridal place cards marked the Steps" with David Kirkland, speaker. .
LaNelle Glenn, daughter of The bride is a 1980 graduate of seating arrangement for the IS There was prizes awarded to the BUSCH ,&" SCHLITZ-. ICE J
Dr. and Mrs. Devurn H. Glenn of FAMU with a BS degree in Pharmacy -
guests. Arrangements of mums were father with the most sons, Royce $2.28 COLD
Tallahassee and Malachi Jerome ; a member of Alpha Kappa used at points of interest on the long Joyner, father with most sons, son-in- 12 oz. cans C
Henry, son of Mrs.Bertis C. Robinsonof Alpha sorority, Inc. and works as table where a three course luncheonwas laws and grandsons present, Oscar case of 24 $8.33 COLD 61 Bag
and assistant
Starke were united in marriage pharmacist manager
served. Davis and the father of the most
Saturday June 19,at 5 p.m. in Bethel for Super X Drugs Store in Live Oak. Miss Turner was given a dinner generations Rev. N.A. Blake.. Borden s Regular PEPSI & COKE
Baptist Church, Tallahassee with The groom is a 1973 graduate of anda \a\.
plate in her chosen china pattern The evening was enjoyed by the 77
MILK1
Bradford School and /
Rev. A.J. Richardson Jr. and Rev. High 1977
from her hosteses.
Ronald L. Glenn performing the nup- graduate of University of Southern corsage Among the guests were her mother, guests. ,,,::1.\\ $1 G1

Mississippi\ ; taught math and Mrs. Janet Turner, and her grand- ell:! You ,Know.......... $1 89 each .
tials.Miss BHS and with the Gal. plus dep. & tax
Dauasteen Yates, organistand coaching at played mother, Mrs. James Barron. Out-of- 23 C .
soloist, and Jamye Brown, Firebirds of Jacksonville for three -- -
town guests from Jacksonville were
soloist, presented a program of nup- years. Miss Kay Turner, sister of the bride- Starke Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs.Nealy Brenda McConnell Lee and of Cold Beer by the Case $1.00 over cost
tial music. elect, Mrs. Helen Wallace and Mrs.
daughter Tammy, of Alachua spent
Kenneth Jenkins served as best
T.G. Ritch.
the weekend at Crescent Beach.
Ushers Kaiser Edmond, i
man. were Lucinda Sandltn,

Ron Cheatnam Bernard McCain Donald Neel .. _. .. _
A. 1
Charles Bradwell Sheldon Hodge, .. .. r' r. ..
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Edward Hayes, Reginald Vaughn To Wed July 17' .. .. ; _.Happy ,59th. ,Anniversary .. ..., ,: I : ;. .. Anthony McPhau, Robert Willis, Dar- r : ","t"-
Mrs.. A.C. Stewartannounces the .".
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and Michael DADDY '
ryl ;Jenkins Henry. MOTHER and
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marriage -
was Maurice ring Moore bearer., nephew of the groom, engagement of her daughter and approaching, Lucinda Ann W It d on APT"

Matrons of honor were Dolores Sandlin of Houston, Texas to DonaldA.
also of Houston, son of Mr.
Neel
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Hudson, sister of the bride, and Saun-
and Mrs. Donald E. Neel of Starke.
dra McGlockton. Cynthia Roach was
maid of honor. Bridal attendantswere The wedding will\ take place on .
Vivian Bradley. Cleta Wolver- Saturday, July 17 at 2 p.m., at the Lit- believe in i
609 Little
Church
tle York Baptist
ton sister of the bride, Deborah Tur-
pin sister of the groom, Arlene York Road in Houston Texas. : .
Glenn, cousin of the bride, Stephanie The bride elect is a 1977 graduate of ,':' !'!: ''' ': 't-J.
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School in ;[
.. and Sebrena McPhaul, Douglas A. MacArthur High I ." .
Stephens ,
Houston, and attended North Harris ",'',,"J '.:.;:
niece of the bride. Adrienne Alex-
County College, also in Houston. k : <
ander and Chakedra Stephens were tiS '
is 1975 graduate a /
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The groom-to-be -'
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with schiffle lace and seed pearls.The couple is planning a July : high-interest, ;I
had wrist band trip to Florida in September.Did .
long bishop sleeves a /
of chantilly lace-with silk Venice lace We Love You! f .' :

appliques. The cathedral train was You Know.,.......... Your Children, J Risk just doesn't fir into our way of \ ; ree and
edged in a chantilly lace ruffle. She Ar Fortune Federal. fo ,
business.
Grandchildren J doing 14 00 0 :; .half
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flowers. tient in Bradford County Hospital the annum *-.* .Qrs .
from or aguaranteed J per ..
A reception was held in at the Holi- past week. gain investing money ',,
day Inn Downtown. Tallahassee. high rare of inreresr. b., Available for q\jrnited.tlrnecnly.Minimufri .
Following a wedding trip to Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrookwere THE FULL GOSPEL fully insured is worth much more <)VfWV .is B500. Interest I
Freeport, Grand Bahama, the coupleis vacationing at Augustine COMMUNITY CENTER than the rerurn you might realize in is norY-compoOnded.and may be
residing in Live Oak. Beach last week. money marker ventures. paid quarterly morirl
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PASTORRev. billion dollars in assets. per annum yeah
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investment plans ranging from a Minimum deposit Is $500. Interest Is

North Florida Farmers 91-day plan for people who need o compounded dally. Automatically
flexibility to a 10-year plan for renewed at the rare In effect at

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Live Stock Market vestment. These plans are all fully 13 669'per %. Six
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SALE DAY Wednesday most modern Cattle & Hog Sale ing on the amounr invested. In the Available June 29 through July 3, ,

V Hogs ...... Monday..... 2:00 pm evenr of on account-holder's. Minimum deposit is $7,500.lnter-' : .s'-"
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i will do it every time in youth softball class of the field .- beating the the championship tilt, and the Stars bats, made sure the rally wasn't
and the 2 Starke youth boys teams PIA Roadrunners of Jacksonville 9-1, stroking 18 hits in the final after leasing wastedrolling a towering line driveto FrI
gave a clinic in those qualities last the Lazy Gators II of Jacksonville 7.3, a slew of runners on base Friday the fence in right-center for the I :_1I
1 weekend to sweep the championships and the Roadrunners again 152. 'and Saturday. grand slam. 4'
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V Softball Invitational in Starke dominant, nor as effective with the playing Roadrunner outfielders double by John David Francis, and a I
,, It was the sometimes-overlooked bats, but just as for the Jr Stars the backpedaling with deep shots. fielder's choice scored a run, Thorn
defense and pitching by the Stars defE'nselias too good to be beat and "We had to take advantage of it," ton ripped his triple to-nearly the Mud in
16-18 team and Jr Stars 13-IS) team the result was an identical 3-game Jr. Stars Coach Les Boone said of the same spot over the outfielders to Your Eye...
that dominated the tournaments sweep through the 5-team tourney Roadrunners tight outfield. "They make it 7.1. Barry Warren stepped in Jr. Star second
The Jr Stars, winning a tournament The Stars and pitcher John Thompson kept-creeping up there and we finally and shotgunned a solo HR way over baseman Randy
for the first time ever surrendered surrendered just 7 runs on 21 hits. told the kids to go for the fence." the shortfielder and it was 81. Next Wheeler catches a little
just 6 runs in breezing Their wins were 1,2 over St. Big first baseman Donald Thorntondid up Randy Wheeler tripled, and with mud In the face as a
through the 4-team draw in 3 games. Augustine and 1-0 and 9.5 over local just that and had his weekend hone the Roadrunner outfielders now backed Roadrunner smushet into --
Pitcher Marty Irons struck out 7 bat- nemesis Live Oak day in the finals, burning the run- up to men's league territory Jason wet second base.
I ters (including 3rd-strike fouls) and Both teams saved their best bat- nerups with a grand-slam homer anda Bennett dropped a single in the open
gave up only 19 base hits With tie/ Jr work for last the Jr Stars bruisingthe triple for 6 RBIs. pocket to run the Jr. Star lead up to
;i' I Star bats slapping 32 hits and produc Roadrunners for 14 hits, including With the score still 0-0 in the 3rd,the 91.
Jr. Stars loaded the bases with no The Jr. Stars added 6 more scoresin
outs. But 2 groundouts erased the lead the 6th with no 10-run rule in effect
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Baseball Game Around Town Pre-Sunshine

In their only planned official sum Kids in the Starke Rec. Departmentsummer 4 sprinters from Bradford High .. L
mer appearance the baseball Tor program took a walk around School took about everything there toI
nadoes of Bradford High beat a Union town last week, digging up clues was to win in their divisions of the
County High summer team 6-1 Mon- taped to local businesses in treasure district qualifying track meet for the 1
day night! in Lake Butler hunt put on by the tee Dept. Sunshine State Games track &'field Mfrtl
John Bennett hit it very well on one The object was to go from businessto competition.
occasion- drilling a line drive homer business, following the clues, and Running in a qualifyer at Orange
down the line in left with Mike Waters end up back at the Pratt St. Rec. Park Saturday Pam Hawkins, w.
aboard in the second. That made jt 2-0 Center. Herbert Hawkins, Antonio Jones, and
>4 Bradford. Winners of the contest, who won 1st Eric Lane, all qualified for the Sun-
;'. BUS added 2 more scores in the place ribbons were: Kirk Reddish, shine Games track finals to be held at
i third. Richie Fender singled and was Sally Coins, Jody Brown, Jason the University of Florida's Percy C-
,. sacrificed home by Jimmy Schoening Brown Jennifer Brown, and Clarence Beard Track Friday and Saturday,
and Andy Chaff scored when a pop fly Williams. July 1617.
: off Waters' bat was muffed. Pam, running as a member of the
f Fender got his second single of the Gainesville Striders in the, junior
1 day and knocked in John David Francis BUS Track PartyIs (13-15)) girls division breezed to winsin .a
in the 4th to make it 6-1 and up- This SaturdayAll the 100, 200, and 400 meter dashes., A Little
t coming freshman catcher Keith Jones swept the 100 and 200 in the
Kehoe scored in the last by himself. members of the Bradford High boys junior division with Lane qualifying -.
I >' Kehoe walked stole second, and boys and girls track teams are invitedto second in both those races.
; came all the way around when the a pool party to be held this Satur- Running in the senior (16-18)( ) boys
; UCIIS catcher threw the ball into day, July 3, at the Brown's residenceon division Herbert Hawkins won the 200 Flag Waving
centerfield. SR-16 west just past Conerly meters in 22.6 and bounded a best-
;r The host Union team got just 3 hits Estates: and on the right ever 21-feet even to qualify second in
off BHS pitchers Richie Fender and Track team members should call the long jump.Understandably.
,I Gerald Brown. Fender threw the first coach Buddy Revels at 964-6942 BHS track coaches
four 3 (days) or 782.3933 or coach George and Never Hurt!
'.1 innings, striking out walking George Loper Buddy Revels were
1 just 1, and surrendering only 1 hit. Loper at 964-5334 to let them know if happy with the results of qualifying.
; Brown came on in the 5th to pitch you will be coming.
; the last 3 and struck out 8 batters
( while allowing just 2 hits- an infield
i hit and a bloop to left fieldand 1 We are grateful to celebrateOur
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"I/ Players from Starke enjoyed good
.1; f success in opening round play of the1St' A new Bryant air conditioner clamps down

I, Our which Country is scheduled Day tennis to wind tournament up this on.cooling bills with: In order for our personnel to celebratethe

',\! weekend in Keystone Heights as part Wraparound
'I of the 4th of July! celebration there. condenser holiday with their families. We will
i In tourney openers Craig Sapp, thljfj High-efficiency, ,
number 1 player at Bradford High, operation Close July 3-5 Sat. Sun. & Mon.
fj and Chub Johnson a former BUS .
| number 1 who has been playing at SaveS
I..I h* last 2 vaars.
f '1? Keystone Heights players. Sapp beat
John Davidson 6-2, 6-1. and Johnson bruant; .
topped Mark Friedlin 6-4, 61. Archie .10 We appreciate your business
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winning the opening set but losing 3-6. FDfi
: 8-1,6-2 to David Capper of Keystone.In Cowart Conditioning Community State Bank
,,. mixed doubles play Jerry _
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: somehow bounced back after dropp- Bradford Square 964-7830
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Express swept 301 Quick Stop Men's ed a 3-run homer with Stuart Duncan Final Standings W-L
League
14-3 and 14-9 Tuesday night to wrap up and Wheeler aboard in the 6th. Express ie-2 Okra 49CIli

|he best-of-3 playoff for the StarkeMen's For the series Hull was 6-for-8, Cor 301 Quick Stop J8-2

League title without going to rightfield, throwing to first baseman bin 5-7, Duncan and Wheeler 4-9 and Keystone Merchants 8-9 f.
|he 3rd game.ll Joey Bennett to double a runner off Goodge 3-8 with 2 doubles in the 2nd Olin's Mobile Homes 8-9 J
that left in men's play was a 7:30: ( first base. For the third out in the game DJ Country Boys, 7-11

tun. Wednesday, June 30, makeup fourth Express left fielder; Randall For Quick Stop Ed Higgs was 48, Honky! a 10-.13 t Stand located on

iajfne between Olin's Mobile Homes Thomas reached over the fence to rob Paladino 3--6. Terry Stratton 3-8, and Lawt y Wilde 3-15
|rid Keystone Merchants to decide Wesley Sheffield of what looked like a Vic Crews added a 3rd home run. (' Exprma won brail of a 1 playoff 2 inmm to none) Edwards Road in the Bradford SquareIliJ

Ird place. 2-run homer. 301 went on to score just
I"In the championship series Express one more run while the Express bats

Sad too much defense and too much turned singles into runs. c- ..
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n in the ballpark we'd beat 'em. up 20. In the 3rd Donald
iir defense has been making it wt.rk. Wheeler singled Bennett home and

we play ball like we did tonight( Hull drilled a 2-run homer as Express

e've got a"good shot at going to state went up 6-0 and the lead mounted to
a class B. 9-0 with 3 more scores in the 4th.
[Hull smashed a 3-run homer in thep 2-run shots by Gene Tanner and

of the 3rd to put Express up 4-2 Tom Paladino Jr. pulled Quick Stop

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l league chant with a 9-home
j rim barrage Tuesday night and Smyr- 'John Thompson Mike Southorland and SteveMarshall _

ria Baptist up the 'B' title asChurch added 2 apiece.
wrap For the loners Jim Lewis homered. and, along
3 wound down this
with E.D. Phillips had 2 (yls.X. '
3 week. Idwardi 11.pin.l.v.4 Hi Leadoff batter Danny
3=! .JThe Stars.-,;1lt-1/ with Just one Nugent went 4-for-S with t doubles and had the ;l'uted.lffl to right: Bob Topping, Bob Chivalette Mike nusland.. Giselle La Verde In/ Tt'lrl'ilult.lllrtl't Hi-flin. Joe Hniilr
: regular scheduled game ito play game-winning hit. Beck was 3-4 with a home run, Standing, left to rti>ht- George Kehelake Doug Smith. Mike Cravin. Steve l.ndffw ,cl I di-!>ric Walker yam (itiy. M.irk'
4 against runnerup Kingsley'' Lake and Pine Coraon Level slapped 13-12 2 Monday.triples as St. Edwards nipped Oshefsky, Darryl Whipple. Marl Jensen Edd Lason Tom Stritch. Ron Shern: ; an K"l HiC 'inane VV. lhnt( VSayne iriffis.,

|Thursday night, tucked the title away Also triple for the winners was Rehburg 3-4 Area Director is Doug Smith
..*with their 22-6 win over St. Edwards with a and Mike, Brunetti and Donald Gisay
Kingsley is 14-4 and has both 24.
;;Tuesday. For the loners Lloyd Allen was 3-4 with a double
.:3.clinched second. Frank Durrance>..Wayne Blankenahip and Mar
Ttd.y,Jun.Wj ty Dudding 2-4, and G. Jackson 23.
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might! as Stars coach Jerry McGrlff said as the Inning but one as Bruce Jackson was 4-for-S with a
=2 senior boys team belted II out. homer and 2 doubles Jeff Belcher 3-4 with an in-
_: James Curtis was:S-for-4 with 9 HR's.Scott Hud- park homer and triple, Mike Sanders 3-3 with anInpark
-ISDn 3-4 with 2 homers and a double. Steve Marshalj4.4 HR.Buddy Patel'1lOn.4 with a double andB.
: with a homer and In-park home run RIchard Padgett 3-.
Warren 3.4 with 2 homers. Chuck Johnaon 1-3 with For the Jr Stars Randy Wheeler 3-3 with a double
;1' homer and triple John Dennett 1-3 with a Mike Colvin was 2-3 and Donald Thornton and.
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":;;t;-bagger.. Tony Williams 1-1. KIND OF 4TH
::35 For the losers Hannon was 3-3 with a homer. Thursday.Jim 14Kl

t;:! ....,....M'Pin Uwl lOt Smyrna Baptist ended upSa ,.., t.... tl Culvwy' ti Leadoff hitter David
( 14-.season as'B'champions In style rolling up a Gaines was ford with a double to provide the Impetus -
[it 33-10 margin behind the hitting of Jack Anderson for Kingsley Lake Baptist.
':::who was frfor-7 with homer and 2 double,and R. Also for the winners Curtis Crawford had an in-
':'::Arnold.-7 with a homer and triple. park homer, Steve Grlffis was :1-3 with a double
S Also for the winners J. Grlffis was 3-0 with a HR barren Hardee 2-' with a double and Dennis
sand triple Richard Solze W.Broughton,and Clyde Crawford 1-2 with a 2-bagger.
.Sumner all .-., Gerald GoeUman 3-4, and SamBaeaelt For Calvary Gene Vanzant went 3-3,Scntt Davis
t ,and D. Norton 3-8. 2-2 and Buddy Padgett 2-4 with a triple. r----------------------------
S. For Pine Level Hollenboagh went"'.and O.ggJackson *i.r*.I....M, lit KU,M< it It 2 singles by Barry FREE SINGLEHAMBURGER i FREE SINGLEHAMBURGER o
3-4 with a double. Thomas were the only base hits Methodist could I

... is.(.,,1.1.. .C.I..V.Craig!Sapp's trllle-knocked muster against the tight Star defense. I WHEN = WHEN :
In the game-wtning run and both Eddie McGee Big hitters for the winners were Chuck Johnson
jand Kevin Johns slapped 2 hits as 1st Baptist top- 3-for A with 2 doubles, Ulaine Dyal 3-4 with a double
t:,ped Calvary In a close game Tuesday night. John Bennett ,.;1 with a double. Tommy I YOU PURCHASE I YOU PURCHASE I
W For the losers Mike Ames wasforl and Ronnie Crosby 2-3. and James Curtis with a have i.run.wibrwri '(
Uugent and Dunne Searle had 1 hits. = ANY SANDWICH. ANY SANDWICH.I
** ll\it'sJ.1 ), Buddy i
Paterson, and :: ; .: 3 hits. Including

4 _d.,,.A.dur2mebatdhitters.to a double apiece, aa Presbyterian knockedoff I Cheese,tomato and tan are..'ra.Not valid with Cheeie.tomato and tax are enlra.Not valid with
,. $ I I' '
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Lake In thia romp over3MJiolJ1j1m +s ., any otherotkrOnepercuatomerprrvud.Gad iny other oiler' One per customer per vi it Good
gwas.long one for Klngaley Belcher also contributed 3 hits for the winner f I at ndy'slnJacMeonvllbPalNkaStark.and SI.Augustine at Wendy's,in Jacksonville.Palalka.Starke and SIAuflualine.
while Timmy Hodges was 2 3 with a double I I
OFFER EXPIRES JULY 11.1'JHIi OFFER EXPIRES
JULY
4- 11.1982.
Garrison and Steve Griff were.for" and R. Arnold 2-4 for 8m,...... .' I -- :
while Dwayne lI.rdea was M. Joel Hodges 5-3 "t :, ,: I I
;.,,wlth an In-park homer and double, David Gaines Jr. I.. I* st. lw*>... *i The Starke Jr. Boys A r ,
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Bennett JSDwaynVHardee I .
: Crawford 4-4 Roger 1In earned their 2nd league victory of the year as Mars ; ..,.... r
4-", and Dennis Crawford ty Irons legged out a homer and along with John .
Sail, Kingsley belted is extra base hit David Francis, Barry Warren and Robert Carver 1 / u II .
TI Eddl. Douglas humered for Methodist, Ricky had 2 hits for the boys team ..-" ."............ -
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Johns tripled and Jay Eaves was'-3.I Francis, Warren Carver Robbie Boone and 1 II4DmS I ... I I.I.IIImIDS I .. :
1_i.'.n II Ui I......7.The Stars clinched at Jason Bennett had doubles for the winners For St. J I 1Ili.a J _
>!: eal..doll bat Edwards Bock was a 4 wilh a homer, Hannon 3->
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Quick, .Stop Rips 85 Homers to Win .

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j 301 Quick Stop of Starke bombarded Chemical 44-2 as Tanner went 7-for-7, Higgs .711 with 12, Johnson .703 with J i / ,.
the 275-foot confines of the ballpark] at and Higgs and Paladino both belted 4 10, Paladino ,647 with 11, WesleySheffield ti st
Douglas. Ga., with heavy artillery( 'homers in a 21-HR onslaught. .571 with 7, Shelton Keen .571
last weekend-biasing 85 home runs : .. The. loss to M&O followed but 301 with 0, Farelon McClellan';560 with 7,
J' in an 8-game tour to the championship survived PFI Douglas 22-21 by hitting Vic Crews ,542 with 7, and Jeffery
,) of the Golden Leaf Classic Softball 10 homers and getting out gf the last Norman .556 with 2.
tournament. inning with PFI runners at second Express ,of Starke was also in the
and third. Golden Leaf tournament but wasn'tas

Quick Stop avenged its only loss, a fortunate, being ousted in 2 arpt>s.
r 22-8 defeat at the hands of tough M&O Abels Cleaners of Jacksonville fell Express lost to AFS Center, 23-11
tai. Welding of Georgia, with. 13-1O.'and '26-16 as Johnson led 301 with a 5-5 despite 3 homers and 5 RBI.s'! by Matt d,4 r eX
26-15 wins Sunday in the championship game and 3 homers. In the loser's Hull and a 4-for-4 game from Bill :'

.' games. bracket finals 301 beat Baxley St. Goodge. They were eliminated by
.7, Gene Tanner ripped 13 homers,.Ed Bank 22-13 as Tanner was 5-5 with 2 Nassau Businessman 18-12 with Hull, ) Y ar.u
I Higgs cracked an even dozen,'and 4baggers.In Randall Thomas and Doug Mains all k
also in' double figures were Tom the championship contests Paul clouting 2 homers in the losing cause.
I, Paladino Jr. with 11 and Chub Rogers was 3-3 with 2 HR's in the 13-10 For the 2 game set Hull was 7-for-8
1 Johnson with 10 as the Starke team hit win and Tanner was 4-5 with 4 homers (.875)) with 5 homers and 9 runs batted Stop Didn't Stop Homering in Georgia...
.651 and outscored the opposition 183 and Paladino belted 3 out in the 26-15 in. Both Mains and Thomas were 5-6 Norman. .
The winners of the Golden Leaf Classic and Men'iLeague Johnson, and Jeffery
to 88. victory as 301 hit 15. with Mains second the team in
on
Tom Paladino Jr., Vic
In Starke lad row, I. to r., Gene Tanner.
They opened with a 22-4, homer, For the weekend Tanner hit .763 homers with 3 and RBIs with 4. runnerups are: I
Shelton Keen Ed Higgs, and
Front row, l left to right Paul Roger. Ronnie Thomas, Crews, Terry Stratton, .
win over Nassau Businessmen, and ((29-of-38) with 12 homers, Rogers .750 Thomas, and Goodge, who was 6-8,
Dale Farelon McClellan.:
John Dukes !
then rolled over Georgia Ag. with 8, Terry Stratton .742 with 8, both hit 2 out. sponsor Wesley Sheffield. Tommy

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Minor Stars FaceOffAll So Do Major StarsWith Dixie Boys Host Tourney '


year long Starke Rec. Department's Minor Leagueall only 8 all star teams allowed to go to District Tour- The Dixie Boys ((13-14)) District baseball all star tourna-
stars have been seeing each other In regular season ac nament play to be held in Keystone Heights starting July ment will be held here in Starke starting Monday, July 12,
17, the Starke American and National League all stars will and the boys who made the local all star squad were announced ar
tion.Now with All Star tourney play coming up they get a be competing for one of those spots when they open a best this week. \0, 2'\'a e
chance to see some new faces across the field, right? 2-of-3 game playoff here at Pratt St. Field Tuesday night They will play the Gainesville East league stars at 6 e : ', t\'
Wrong. At least not initially. When the District Minor July 6.The. p.m. to open up the tourney on the 12th at Westside Field. \ :., I\!!.
League ((9-10 year olds) baseball tournament starts for the Americans, made up from the 4 Starke teams, and Tourney action will continue at Westside and the Bradford
locals Wednesday, July 7, in Lake City it will be an all Nationals, players from the 2 Lawtey and 1 Brooker clubs, High field through at least Friday,July 16, and possibly to
Bradford County affair as the Starke American and Na- are set to open their series at 5:45: Tuesday night. The se- Saturday, July 17. _
tional League stars drew each other in a first round gameat cond game is scheduled for the same time Wednesday,Ju- The team roster follows: NEED ONE???

6 p.m. ly 7, and the third game, if necessary, is on tap for Thurs- S.. pay 11B for details
The winner of their opening night tilt will move on in the day night at 5:45.: Paul Kish, Brooker
winner's bracket of the double-elimination tourney to play The winner moves on to play at 8:30: Saturday night, July Greg Wilkinson, Actions
Saturday, July 10, at 4 p.m. The loser plays Saturday at 17, against the Gainesville Boys Club representative in Chuck Coburn, Actions
noon. the District 7 Major ((11-12 year olds) all star tourney in Keith Kehoe, OlympiansMike
"Dixie Youth rules say if you go over 6 teams you haveto Keystone.The Chappell, Olympians FEDERAL RESERVE
have 2 leagues, even though all the teams can play first round matchup marks the first time in 4 years Pairote Srivibul, Olym.
along with each other during the regular season," Rec. that Starke and Keystone Heights have not met in the first Gerald Brown, Wishbones SHARING PROPOSAL
Director Cheryl Godwin said in explaining why the local round of the Major tourney. But, if both win or both lose Slacey Green, Wishbones
league will have 2 Minor League all star teams for the Friday, they will meet in second round play Monday, July David Bass, Wishbones
first time. 19. Stephen Jones, Merchants
All stars are listed below: AmericanPaul National Brad Green, Merchants
Akridge, Giants Stacey Bowen, Merchants The City of Starke City Commission will hold a

National American Richie Barnes, Giants Robert Wilkinson Gold Gold Bobby Dunn, Brooker meeting on Tuesday, July 27. 1982 at 7 p.m. in thecommissioner's '
Chris Phillies Jason Brown Billy Gault, David Hamilton
Olym.
James McNeal Rangers Noegel, Dodgers
Andre O'Neil, Rangers Jason Smith, Phillies Jody Brown Dodgers John Berry, Gold Lamar Crews, Wishbones I room at the city hall for the proposed'use

Jason Pilcher, Rangers Chris Simmons. Phillies Jamey Carv'er, Mets Allen Wood, Gold Hal Wood, Merchants of the Federal Revenue Sharing Allocation.
Mark Shuford Rangers Sean Nichols, Phillies Billy Heavner, Giants Mike Rourke, Blue
The estimated of this allocation
Timmy Seeley, Blue amount is $69,042.,
Terry Berr Suns Jimmy Long, Indians Robby McRae, Giants Coach.
Briant Hunter, Suns Darrell Gnann, Indians Chad Mullins, Dodgers Terrell Johnson, Blue Gene Melvin All citizens are invited to express their opinion or request -
Wayne Prevatt, Suns Emory Prevatt, Indians Jerry Roebuck, Giants Malachi Jenkins, Blue i Bass
how this
be
fri on is to allocated. The
Anthony Wood, Suns Ron Zurfluh, Tigers Richie Taylor, Braves Michael Stilwell, Brooker Chappell money i
Kevin Wise, Suns Lance Wiggins, Tigers Brian Whitehead, Mets Greg Pardee, Brooker proposal-use of this Federal Revenue.Sharing Alloca-

Kelly Dyal, Brooker Donnie Francis, Tigers Dewey Williams Dodger Cory Strong, Blue tion is for the fiscal 198283.
Tommy Hamilton. Brooker Ashley Alday, Twins Richie Barnes, Braves (Cory Strong will be unable year
Vince Robinson, Brooker David Elder, Twins (Barnes will not be able to participate and alternateto ,it
Josh Crawford Brooker Jamie Whitehead, Twins play and alternate Bob Lozmcka, Lawtey Gold
Y
Stacey Lloyd, Braves has has NEIL L. TUCKER

Coach. Coach.. been moved up. ) taken his pldce) ,_ -ninnnn ot ., *. "* CITY' CLERK ;
Wayne Prevatt, Suns Jim Womack, Phillies Coach. :,1' t 7oM' .,ottoh "Ii "
Jeffery Pilcher, Rangers' 'Jim Lewis, Twins Coach. "iw ', George Seeley o..t to ?,...raps. ",... "a '......n' I hori. tnrm Y lo *1I11.nulIlI.i.; H.t// ,
. Wilson '' Marshall Pardee . ,
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Dixie Major baseball season l.w..,iiu I.l....,Gold i Timmy Seeley doubled ,
wound to a close with the Giants up and Mike Rourke singled him home In the sixth .
inning and that was the difference Saturday as .
the in second -
top, Dodgers Lawtey Blue beat Gold in a makeup game
Blue in third, and the Mets coming on Rourke was fnr-3 to lead the winners while
for fourth. Malachi Jenkma went 2.3 with 2 doubles,B.Crews ..,. \Ov
Attention now turns to the all stars homered and Seeley had his double. ,,, :.:,.,
For Gold Robert Wilkenon went 2-4 Jamey
for this age bracket. Crews 2-2 Quinn Adams 1-3,and Dale Norman and iy' ; =
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a -in..i 7t In a makeup game the MeU nip ',Id.,.June 14 :: sill o, ,ul '
ped the Brave by a run to decide 4th place In the Dod.... u .,.... oi Dewey Williams tossed aInnmg LLi2d a'bnolr: ,;. .
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league standings. & no-hitter and struck out 8 while his Dodger .
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The Met got the apot thanks to Brian teamatea supporte him well at the Dodgers nailed y- NQ ale TAUTIU::>)!!., IT.I1I
Whitehead who clouted a 2-run homer in the first down second place. '
Inning and was 2forJa.on Crews who was 3.4 For the winners Johnny Jackson was 3-for-3 with bh a
with a double Braricy Rehburg who stroked 3 a double.Williams 2.3.Chad Mullins 1-2 with a dou- We have several desks: and :file Clabie'ets': :
hits including a double and Hal Davis;who was ble, Jason Brown 2.3. Kevin Blankenshlp 1-2 and
2-3 with a 2-bagger, Also Kirby Joe Hildebran Jody Brown 13. 1 .pa ia
went 1-1 and Jamey Carver and David Lizenbee n, nc v
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For the Braves Ed Douglas was 2-3 Chris Vending. W I a
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Douglas 1-2. and Bart Neighbors 13. Giants 14-3 "1,1 11 ILl* Hij; tiN dl':1

...> u aioeii, It The Dodgers steamrolled Lawtey Dodgers Blue 10Mels 13-5-* lot ed w IltnitTY
past Brooker as Jason Johnson went 2.4 with a dou B-8 r nim;
Ole. Tim Lewis 3-5. John Stanwlx Hay 1-2. Bill Braves 7-10 You' 11 Save $ $ $ on ,
Hamilton 1.2. and Johnny Jackson 2.2 Lawtey Gold 7-11 .'"
For the losers J. Prescott doubled for the only ...
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In the bat department, Irons was i
from pg. 10.to .\. e .
'the batting average leader for the Jr.
show the Roadrunners mercy. Rob- Stars with a .543 average (6-for-U). :
bie Boone unleashed a 2-run homer He scored 5 runs and knocked in 3. List '4 Drawer Sale $14900 -- '- u '.
with Robert Carver aboard to start Francis hit .500, led in runs scored $203.20
the parade to the plate. Rick Welch with 7. Boone hit .429 with his homer,

singled and Francis doubled again ,a triple, and 4 runs. DESK by Hon
and winning pitcher Irons helped,his 'Jason Bennett and Randy.Wheelerboth ,, :
own cause with a 2-run double. War- hit .400. Wheeler had 4 RBIs and E431161WS.4 -7 CQO
ren crunched the 3rd consecutive 3 runs. Thornton was the RBI leader List $243.70 SaleE43305WK&WP | Q Q.a
2-bagger to make it >142.) Randy with 9, scored 4 times, and hit .300; 1 ,.
Wheeler sacrificed Warren m to makethe and Warren hit .273 with a homer,

final count 152. double, 3 runs, and 4 runs batted in.
The Stars had sweated but a i-0 win Carver hit .250 with a double. *. 0 0
over Live Oak's Patriots Saturday For the Stars Curtis' .800 averagewas List $2SCSr! ; Sale 08
when leadoff batter Scott Hudson "' .
was easily tops. He had 4 ribbies and 2 ,
singled home by Blaine Dyal 'in the runs. Dyal hit .600 with 3 RBIs, Chuck : : :
first to provide the only score. But Johnson .500 with a team-leading 5 tleayyDutyMetal ;;
'Sunday, facing a Live I Oak' team runs and 3 ribbies, and Hudson hit .500 .ra
which had eliminated McDonald's of with 2 RBIs: 'Desk' ,
Moultrie 14-11 to stay alive the Starke 'C:John' Bennett\ was 'at .444, Jeff .
club showed early they weren't plann- t i:Johnson .400, and Norman at .364 with E4-8S'gJ.VB ''$ O 500
ing to rely on solely defense again. it'runs and 2 runs batted in. David List $434.60 .Sale. / .d
James Curtis, who was 8-for-10 for the Jones was 1-1 with a run. I ........ _, '. v'''' -..
\
weekend, doubled Chuck Johnson and l; :Doooie. Allen, Reggie Ford, and '
Dyal home in the first to makait 2-0.} iMikeiJones; all had 7 RBI's for the 'Wb' deli ;DeskE4143060DP Budget Storage .
RBI singles by,Jeff ,Johnson and tepeedy Live Oak team to lead the ;.
'''Clayton Norman pushed the"advantage G:k>un ey;in that department. Cabinet ::
to 4-1 after I'/j and Hudson singled f *.Winner of the Home Run Derby con- ; 2'4900 oil. 72x36x18-List'$176.30
Curtis In to keep the Stars, up 5-4 KteSt, held between rains Saturday was List $33! .QQ; ,,,., ''SAIe :
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through innings. ;Johnnie f'Shamu" Williams of the :
In the 4th, Dyal followed base raps uMouKrfe McDonald's team. Ho hit 4 : .. .

by Norman and Chuck Johnson,with a 1Sul; tn'll! swings with !nobody else hitting '- ,. s- .".
2-run double and was.sacrificed in by J ma's than one. J' .' i ,. 1, "O"'O oftFurniture. i a .': :
Curtis to make it a.more comfortable .""The final order.of finish and won- I. : t' .. THE

I. 8-4 Thompson and the did defense thereat and. The pitching Stars got of fuw'fcUowdi*lost COrdS for.. the tournaments "was i : : : :; : OFAiCE ', ; "

',5 one more Insurance score when John ViSENIOR BdYs'u: Stare'(M), 2)) < .allin': : 'A\\ :
j Riggs singled Thompson home in the lve."''0ak (2-2> 3) McDonalds ; : eI'I.W' 'AI' =,
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I ,t. by a vote 'OJ:. umpires and 2) Jacksonville PIA Roadrunners ; .i ia. /DURING( JULY" :: ,
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wtey NewsBy I Public Library Hosts American Legion To Install New Officers ", > .',' '';5., :.. .

: Last Story time Class past northern area commander cnarrman. Jim is a member sthelocal : after. : .,installation.,

I The Bradford Public The MelroseKeystoneHeights George Lyons and Ronald Birm-; post and is also the national, .. r., -
County :
Elizabeth Terry Library will host its last summer American Legion Post and Auxiliary ingham, district executive committeemen representative for'' the Veteran' : A l>ingowill be held on Sun-
'
;": Phone: 782-3300 preschool storytime with a surprise Unit 202 installed new officers for the ; Ken Shaw commander of Hospital in Gainesville. day afternoon July 11, for the
coming year last Thursday night. The Auxiliary were hostesses for American Legion Baseball Team
for children between the Post 313, and Jim Drew
program officerswas departmentand the installation dinner and the the
Installing the Auxiliary district Legion sponsored by Auxiliary. Everyone
of 3-6. This will take hospital entertainment
,PERSONALS: ages program Teresa GUleo district president. Post entertained. with a social hour la Invited.Mr.I .
place on Tuesday July 6 from 10 to _, ,,
,
:,:We are happy to report that Mr. Assisting her was sergeantatarmsPhyllis -- ,
';Ray Rosier was able to come home 10:30 a.m. Can you guess what the Catanzaro. Did YOU Know......,.... From Page

I:trom Putnam County Hospital. and surprise find might be? Be there on July 6 Directing the Unit for 1982-83 will be ......

palatka, Tuesday June 22, and he A melodious out. musical for George Wheeler, president;- Wilma- Mrs. Gene Long was in Jacksonville Mrs. Frank Mitchell of Starke and and Mrs. John Miller and son,

and his wife, Mrs. Ray Rosier attended children between the program of seven jean Terry 1st vice-president; attending the Riverside Hospital sisters, Mrs. Ann Holland of Jacksonville Kevin spent Thursday to Sunday at
services June 27. He was able to ages 2nd vice' annual and Mrs. Milford of
12 will series of Maureen McDonald Nurses' Alumnae Association Margaret the Worlds Fair and toured the Smoky
roll around in his wheel chair, and he "Funtime complete Summertime"our president; Dorothy James meeting and 68th anniversary of the Stone Mountain Ga., returned last Mountains. They left Kevin in Chattanooga

told the church that he was getting Bill McRae a talented local programs.musician secretary; Lois Tyler treasurer; Training School for Nursing. Saturday Thursday after a weeks visit with a Tenn. where he Joined two

along real good. Our prayers are with will lead, singing with his Diane Wertman historian;, Toots night she attended the reunion nephew and niece Mr.and Mrs. Gary .classmates from the University of

them. guitar He will group be at the library on Brophil, chaplain; Eleanor Drew banquet in honor of the graduate Werwas at Long Island, R.I.' and saw ,,South Florida. The young men will

Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Thursday July 8, at 10 a.m. Don't sergeant-at-arms, and B.J. Hurt nurses from the Riverside Hospital several Broadway plays while there sightsee in Washington D.C., New

,nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. miss this chance to sing your way assistant sergeantatarms.Bob School of Nursing.Mr. and also spent a week with their York and Boston for ten days before
.Terry Futch and sons Christopher, Jackson, district commanderfor mother, Mrs. Nell Rogers in Thomson 'leaving July 8 for a months tour of
through a summer day. of
and Mrs. Kurt Hau and son
Bruce and Dean, of Jacksonville the American Legion, installed the Ga. Europe.
Beach, Monday until Saturday noon., Legion officers for the new year. He Germany are spending a month with

Miss Terry attended prayer meetingon Shuford and John. was assisted by John Greenley her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler attended the George |. attended the funeralof
per
Wednesday night with her nephew, Mrs. Pauline DeVore and grand- district sergeant-at-arms, and Marvin Mrs. F. Delano Thomas at Kingsley School Board conference and seminarin his son-in-law, Robert Spins age

Terry. daughter, Angie DeVore, Bobby and Pafford, who is chaplain of the Lake. St. Petersburg over the weekend.Mr. 24. in Upper Darby Pa. on Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Jr. went Teresa Patterson went to Busch fifth district. Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas returned day., Robert fell off a ladder while

'to Sate lite Beach for a high school Gardens, Tampa on Tuesday;, Officers installed were Art Monday of last week after three and Mrs. George Loper, Jr. and working on a house and was killed.

reunion Saturday morning.The Billy Burney of Jacksonville visited Wheeler, commander; Leo Paige, 1st weeks vacation spending two days at son, John returned Sunday after two'

Wilkinson family reunion was with Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford vice-commander; George Ragsdale the Worlds Fair and remainder of the and a half weeks visit ,with. their Mr. and Mrs. A.G. (Sonny) Loudon,

held at the home of Mrs. Daisy Bochon and John. 2nd vice-commander; Doyle James, time in Ohio visiting relatives. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin HI of Ponca City Okla., arrive Monday -

Saturday. June 26. There were approximately Mrs. Chuck Moore and sons, Bob, adjutant; Bob McDonald finance of- daughter, Jennifer, accompaniedthem Lodeski and George Leper, Sr. in for a weeks visit with his parents

55 persons present for Ryan, and William, went to Lake City ficer; Jerry Wertman, historian; to the Fair and then returned Brook Haven, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loud;>n.

I the occasion. Friday to visit her mother. Mrs. Tom Bryant, chaplain; Bud Brophil home.

Deepest sympathy of the community Kathleen Copeland and will return on sergeant-at-arms; Gordon Baker, Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs and sons Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves spent June Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned last

is extended to Mrs. Hubert Priest Tuesday to be with her mother-in-law service officer, and Art Osmond, of Covington, Ky. spent the past two 17-25 in Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs. Friday after three weeks visit with

| arid l family due to the loss of their loved Mrs. Fred Moore until Wednesday.Mrs. assistant service officer. weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker and family.Mr. her son and family Mr. and Mrs. J.R.

I one, Mr. Hubert Priest. Truman Norman and her The president of the Auxiliary Henry Stefanelli. While there they Weldon in Jacksonville.

Ray Wilson and Raymond mother; Mrs. Thelma Prevatt spent presented pins to her outgoing of- spent two days in St. Petersburg.Mr. .and Mrs. J.P. Severo and three

McAllister spent the weekend at the weekend with her grandson and ficers signifying the office they held, of Starke children of Sterling, Va. and Joe Mrs. LA. Canova of Starke and
| Satelite Beach. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman to Diane Wertman vice-president; and Mrs. W.S. Haas and Scanlan of San Jose Calif., returnedto sister Mrs. James Otto of Seminole

We are happy that Mrs. Lois Carterwas at Ichtucknee Springs.Mr. Dorothy James, secretary; Toots and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey Joiner their respective homes on Sunday returned Friday, June 25 from

I able to leave St. Vincents John Henley, of Jerico Springs, Brophil, treasurer; and Eleanor son of Tampa attended the after two weeks visit with their Bristol, Tenn.where they attended an

Hospital, Jacksonville on Thursdayand Mo., came Tuesday to spend sometime Drew sergeant-at-arms. family reunion In Washington County parents, {.ol. and Mrs. J.A. Scanlan. Elderhostel program at King College.

is visiting with her son-in-law and with his wife and her mother, Art Wheeler commander, Ga. over the weekend.Mr. Enroute home they visited Mr. and

daughter, Mr..'and Mrs. George Mrs. Rossie Reddish.They will return presented awards and certificates to and Mrs. James Hardee and Jay Carter of Douglasvllle, Ga. is Mrs.'David Winship in Sugar Grove,

together. They attended her 36th post members, and also introduced son Chris of Leesburg spent the spending the summer with his grandparents N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Van-

Class reunion while he was here. other special guests, Glenn Malson weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A.G.Loudon. .divier' In Chapel Hill. N.C.

egal Notices _Mrs. Frank Mitchell. -Mrs. A."J7: Eaves and daughters,

Carmen and Mrs. Jack Waterhouse

spent Wednesday to Sunday on Long

. NOTIFIED that an action claims or demands IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Deceased.NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION Boat Key. near Sarasota, and attended -

OTICE OF PROPOSEDRDINANCE I, Vernon SlIcox.Mayor.Comml..loner .- for Dissolution of Marriage against the estate arerequired NOTICE OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL the opening night production of

of has been filed WITHIN THREE SHERIFF'S SALE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN TO ALL PERSONS HAyING Charlie's Aunt at the Asolo Theatre in

TITLED the City of- Starke. against you and you are MONTHS FROM THE Notice Is hereby given AND FOR BRADFORD CLAIMS OR Sarasota. They were Joined by Mr.

I "An Ordinance Amen Florida by virtue of the required to serve a copy DATE OF THE FIRST that I, Dolph E, Reddish. COUNTY. FLORIDA DEMANDS AGAINST THE Eaves and Mr. Waterhouse on Friday

Bng Ordinance No. Authority vested to me of your written defenses, PUBLICATION OF THIS as sheriff of Bradford CIVIL ACTION ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL night.

'9.A to reduce the by law, do hereby call a If any to it on Richard I E. NOTICE, to file with the County, Florida under Case No. 82.103-CA OTHER PERSONS IN. Mrs.
Jthorlzed amount of First Primary Election to Welty Petitioner's Attorney clerk of the above courta and by virtue of Writ of FORTUNE FEDERAL' TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Mrs. R.P. McLendon is visitng Blow-

C bonds from be held at the City Hall his address I Is written statement of Execution, to-wit: SAVINGS AND LOAN YOU ARE HEREBY Jim' McLendon and children six

)600,000 to$8,000,000i.ordlnonce In the foresald City by P.O. Box 995, Storks, any claim or demand Execution Issued out ASSOCIATION of Clear. NOTIFIED that the administration ing Rock N.C. for approximately

will come qualified voters on Tuesday Florida 32091 on or they may have. Each of County Court of Bradford water, formerly known of the weeks.

afore the commission' September 14. 1982, befor.JuIy IS. 1982, and claim must be In writing County. Florida pursuant _as GUARANTY FEDERAL estate of JOHN VERNON
tr'lst and final reading A.D., for the purpose of file the original with the and must indicate the to a Final .Judge- SAVINGS AND LOAN EDWARDS JR.. deceased Don Hardy underwent surgery in

\\4 me 30. 1982 at 7 p.m.olJ electing the following of. Clerk of this Court either basis for the claim. the ment of Marvin E. Rosierof ASSOCIATION OF FILE NO. 82-S4 CP. Is Wednesday in St. Marys Hospital -
J City Hall. ficers. before service on Pet name and address of the Starke. Florida. and GAINESVILLE Plaintiff, pending In the Circuit Rochester, Minn. which is in conjunction

I f ir Jhe Stark. City Corn On. Commissioner tioner's Attorney or im creditor or his agent or against Timothy J. Court for Bradford County )with Mayo Clinic.

Sr ...Ion. group 1 for two years. mediately thereafter; attorney and the SokowskT and Ellen vs.JAMES H. MORROWand Florida, Probate Division A. Nash of
One Commissioner claimed. If the defendants, ,-, Dr. and Mrs. William
.Neil L. Tucker otherwise a default wibe amount Sokowskl THELMA J. MORROW the address of weekend
3 for two claim Is not due, the the amount of $544.73 Amherst Mass. were guestsof
City Clerk group years. entered against you yet in his wife, Defendants which Is P.O. Drawer "' Jack Rutledge at
6/24 2tchg 7/1 One Commissioner demanded date when 'It will become together with costs of "B." Starke. Florida. Mr. and Mrs.
relief
for the and attended the wed-
group 5. for two years due shall be stated. If collection. NOTICE OF ACTION 32091. The Co-Personal Kingsley Lake
Inspectors for said In the petition. the claim is contingent orunllquldat.d Have seized and haveIn TO JAMES H. MORROW of the 11\1\ THE CIRCUIT COURT Witness my hand and : Representatives I June 26.
election Barbara Valin. the natureof the Astrauskas on
: possession J. addresses
my and THELMA estate and their
,<3P: FLORIDA EIGHTH the seal of this Court on
{JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ski. Ella Mae Chastaln June 7, 1982. the uncertainty shall following personal pro- MORROW, P.O. Box 982, are as follows.: Forty Bradford High School seniors
AND FOR ALACHUA Elizabeth Walker Laura Gilbert S. Brown be staled. If the claim ,Is perty to-wit: 1967 Ford Keystone Heights Fl ZONA D. EDWARDS, left Monday for a five day cruise to

COUNTY. lee Wiggins. Freda Judd As Clerk of said Court .secured the security Pick-up. I.D. No. ,32656 Rt. 1, Box 40, Breaker the Bahamas.shall .

{Case No8l-S41-CA: Altemease Chandler By: Louise Patterson shall be described. The F25ACH07161. YOU ARE HEREBY Florida. .. p'
I' .IN RE: The Marriage of ElnaT Schaf.r, Mary ,As Deputy Clerk claimant shall deliver As the property of the notified that an action to SALLY ALICE BENTON..- -

a,flANK G. McLENON lawspn Kay Carter, 6/l04tchg7/l sufficient copies of the above named defendantand foreclose a mortgage on Rt. I. Box 15, Brooker, be described. The TATIVES: JR .
lewis.In the clerk to that on Monday the In J.B. WALKUP
usband. and HELEN D. Margaret claim to the following property Florida. claimant shall deliver
Wife. Testimony wh.reof. NOTICEI enable the clerk to mail 12th day of July 1982 at Bradford County ZONA SUE GAINEY sufficient copies of the Walkup, Rowe S Cooper,
IcLENON,
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO I here unto subsrlbe my will not b. responsible one copy to each personal 1 p m. on said day on the Florida: Rt. 1. Box 14, Brooker, claim to the cl.rk to 18 N.W. Third Avenue.
HELEN D. name and cause the Seal for debts made by representative. premises of Bradford Lot On. ((1)) Florida. enable the clerk to mall Ocala Florida 32670

: 313 Live Oak of the town to be Sandra Mosley after this All persons InterestedIn County Jail, I will offer SMOKERISE according to The name and addresses one copy to each personal > ((904)622-4257.)

JMclENON Drive, Swansboro North hereunto affixed this date, June 17, 1982. the estate of whom a for sale and sell to the plat thereof recorded in of the Co- representative.All 6/24 2tchg 7/1

[Carolina, 28516 21st day of June ,1982, Larry Mosley copy of this Notice of Administration highest bidder for cashIn plat book 3, page 33 of Personal Representatives' persons InterestedIn

YOU ARE HEREBY A.D. 6/17 4tpd 7/8 has been hand the above the public records of attorney are set the estate to whom a HOW TOINVEST

NOTIFIED that an action Vernon Silcox mailed are required, described property of Bradford County. forth below. copy of this Notice of Administration IN
[ MayorCommissionerATTEST THREE MONTHS said defendant to satisfythe been
for dissolution of marriage NOTICEI WITHIN Florida. All persons having hq
above, : Neil Tucker.. I WILL NOT BE FROM THE DATE OF THE aforesaid Execution has be n filed against claims or demands mailed are required' REAL ESTATE.
as styled
CityClerk RESPONSIBLE for FIRST PUBLICATION OF Dolph E. Reddish you and you are required against the estate are WITHIN THREE MONTHS
has been brought any
In the above- Qualifying time for the debt. Incurred by THIS NOTICE. to file any Sheriff Bradford County, to serve a copy of your required. WITHIN THREE FROM THE DATE OF THE Oieek4uA.
against
you above offices opens July other than objections they may Florida written defenses, if any. MONTHS FROM THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
Court seeking
anyone
styled dissolution of marriage 6, 1982 and closes at 12 myself. Dennis W. Grif- hav.thatchall.nge.th.validity 6/17 4tchg 7/8 to It on JOHN H. DATE OF THE FIRST THIS NOTICE, to filet: any Our sales associates

and other relief and noon. July 20. 1982. fi.. of the decedent's HASWELL. Plaintiff's attorney PUBLICATION OF THIS objections they may'have know where to look for

required to file you 6/24 2tchg 7/1 6/jO 4tpd,7/1 will the qualifications of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO whose address is NOTICE, to file with the that challenge tha Investment opportunities

tire to Husband's yourresponse --.' % .*...%.,, i_ ,'.-, the personal representative REGISTER P.O. Drawer I. 21 NE 1st clerk of the above courta qualifications of the Co- .here: In town or all over the
01 -COUNTY' or the venue or FICTITIOUS NAME Street Gainesville written statement of Personal Representatives country And we have the
with the Clerk of BID ON
Petition IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF jurisdiction of the court. Pursuant to the provisions Florida 32602 on or claim or demandthey or the venue or experience to help you get
said Court arid to serve a THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL EMPLOYEES ,", J4EftTH ALL CLAIMS. of Section 865.09 before July 20. 1982. and any may have. Each jurisdiction of the court. financing at terms you can
copy thereof upon Hue-: CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN PLAN' Statutes noticeIs with the CLAIMS. afford. Tell us your objectlves -
DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS Florida file the original claim must be in writing ALL '
band's 'vose The Bradford County D find them
attorney AND FOR BRADFORD Commissioners NOT SO FILED hereby given that the Clerk of this Court and must Indicate the DEMANDS AND OBJEC. -we help
name and. address appear COUNTY Board of County will WILL BE FOREVER BAR. undersigned. DEWITT C. before service on Plain. basis for the claim the TIONS NOT SO' FILED for you.

hereon, on or Case No. 82-197 opensealed JONES SERVICES. Inc.,' a tiff's attorney or Im- and address of the WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
name
!!before 1982. of bids on Monday OntuyNEIGH5OIH000
July'26 RED.Date
IN RE: The Marriage do-
1982 10a.m.In of the first Florida corporation medlatley thereafter; creditor or his agent or !
at
12
Herein fall not or a July
DOROTHY JEAN THOR- publication of this Noticeof ing business under the otherwise a default will attorney and the Zone D. Edwards
will\ ,' be taken Commissioners Room
Default .
,; NHIll Wife and .- Administration: July firm names of JONES be entered against you amount claimed. If the Sally Alice Benton
'
against you admitting MICHAEL EDWARD 219. 1. 1983. FUNERAL HOME and for the relief demandedIn claim Is not yet due, the Zona Sue Galney'
sold Commissioners Inc.
of The County PROPERTIES
the
allegations
THORNHILL. Husband., .
olids Anna Lee McCoyAs JONES CONVALESCENT the Complaint or Peti date when It will become Co-Personal Representatives -
Petition. NOTICE OF ACTIONTo requestthat for Personal Representative SERVICE located at 914 tlon. due shall be stated. If of Estate of John Realtors
WITNESS hand and Include a rate ((8041845231IND5PSND5NTLT)
my MICHAEL 'EDWARD deductible of the Estate of East Nona Street in the WITNESS my hand and the claim Is contingent or Vernon Edwards. Jr.. O"IDa.Do..anD.
the seal of this Court the $100 and $250
THORNHILL whoseresidence Tolbert McCoy Deceased City of Starke Bradford 'seal 1 of this Court on the unliquidated, the natureof deceased. .
22nd of June. 1982.Gilb.rt with a 80/20 plan and q C. 21
day I. unknown. 1j l982X\ nlury
Florida Intendsto 1982. shall FOR CO-
of June, ATTORNEY
S. Brown life Included irs County, 9th day the uncertainty Real, E..... Corporation
YOU ARE HEREBY $9.000 ATTORNEY FOR PER. register sold fictitious Gilbert S. Brown be slated. If the claim Issecured PERSONAL, I REPRESEN Equal' Housing. Opportunity! u>
Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTIFIED that an action each proposal. Anyl.taII the Beulah MoodyDeputy
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE names under provisions By: the security
that ..,
By: Beulah MoodyDeputy dissolution of marriage Information
for
aforesaid Clerk
P.A. of the .I
Dudley P. Hardy ,
--
Clerk filed need please "' ':" -,
has been you may 7/8 "
6/17 4tchg
P.O. Drawer 1030 statute.DATED
Anderson E. Hatfleld Circuit contact the Clerk .
the
In
against Starke,
you at
Starke, Florida 32091
Attorney for Husband Court of the Eighth Finance: Dept. ((9 4)9M.57011I ) Bradford County. Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, The ERA Buyer Protection

4114 N.W. 13th St.,. Judicial Circuit of the The County reserves 2tchg 7/8 this 3rd day of June, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .

Gainesville, Florida3J601(904)377S704. State of Florida In and the right to reject any e> 1982. IN AND FOR BRADFORD

( ) for Bradford County and and all bids. NOTICE OF APPLICATION DEWITT C. JONES SERVICES COUNTY, Plan make home
6/24 4tchg 7/19 you are requested to Gilbert S. Brown Board FOR TAX DEED Inc. FLORIDA. PROBATE DIVISION can your

serve a copy of your Clerk to the NOTICE IS HEREBY a Florida Corporation!

I NOTICE OF PROPOSED written defense If any Itchg71N GIVEN that Charlie Mo. By: Harold A. Johnson File No. 82.54CP the best buy on the block.
ORDINANCE TITLED to It. on the Petitioner Moore the holder of the President IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN
"An Ordinance Adopting -- whose name and address THE CIRCUIT COURT following certificates has 6/10 4tchg 7/1 VERNON EDWARDS. JR.,
is
BRADFORD COUN. tough
OR The competition
JEAN
DOROTHY
and Procedure Is for
A Policy filed said certificates
Statement for the THORNHILL Rf. 1 Box 66. TY. FLORIDA PROBATE a tax deed to be Issued ,when you're selling a home intoday's
DIVISION market. You need every
Inierlachen, Florida
City of Starko to thereon. The certificate
Systematically For. 32048 and fllo the =lle No. 82-99-CP-1-3419 numbers and years of Issuance Shout LORRAINE CHAMPION edge you can get to make your

I mulcte and Standardize original with the Clerk of IN RE ESTATE OF the descriptionof .. s.acn.IAUSMAH .'. home more attractive than the

Policy and Procedures the above-.tyled Court rOLBERT McCOY the property and the' R__.... Acreage e Commercial others. The ERA Buyer Protection -

I Coming Within the Purview on or' before ,Jun. 3, Deceased fNOTfCE names In which It was ., Homes e Farms C Plan* Is that edge.

of the City CommlsBilon. 1982.-Otherwise a judgment OFADMINISTRATION assessed are as follows: IxcooaA BUS. (904)964.8931 'protects your buyer against
_
bo enteredagaln.t repair or replacement -
may Certificate No. 23. Year unexpected
for the relief TO ALL PERSONS HAY. 838 N. TEMPLE AVE. m AFTER HOURS. ',,.. .5 working
11 major
I For the Stark. City ComI you of Issuance 1919.Description R IW costs on
NO CLAIMS OR STARKE, Fl 32091 473-3096
demanded In the complaint in home. So
I mission of Property components your
DEMANDS AGAINST THE All Across Amortc-
Nell L. Tucker or petition. : W 49 FT of N 120 FT of emsssea he'll be protected from most

City Clerk WITNESS my hand and ABOVE OTHER ESTATE PERSONS AND ALL INTERESTED lot S in Oils SID of No.J1S .'.M ..f..........M.60 MH. ",...,..rde.... 'expensive repair bills.

6/24 2tchg 7/1 the seal 1 of saId Court on IN THE ESTATE: Lawtey Sec: 23, Twp S-S. .11 fenced goe4 .. .. I4J.SOB. .. If you had the choice between
April 29r 1982. workshop 3 bedroom home, home and one that
YOU ARE HEREBY No.227 .ec. fermewe. a protected
I NOTICE OF INTENTION Gilbert S. Brown NOTIFIED that the adnlnl.tratlon R22.Name in which assess mobile hookup. .__. $4L.00. wasn't,which would you choosclThat's

1 TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS A. Clerk of the Court of, the ed. Henry Moore -Two. tfiree end four bedroom home. In town. Nice why the Buyer Protection .
By: Marian McRaeAs said end. .hobble.. In the thlrtle. end onto home
I NAME Clerk .state of Tolbert McCoy All of property for Mi. retirement Plan can make your
Pursuant to Section Deputy 7/15 teceased. I. pending Inthe being In the County of arecwtive stylo. the best buy on the block..artd
1869.09, Florida Statutes 6/24 4tchg Circuit Court for Bradford State of _4 lose with well end. septic In Interlouchen leke the first one to sell.

I notice Is hereby given Bradford County. Florida.' ....... Cleared end reedy. $1 I,400.
Unless such certificate from 1 ee. on up to JO ee.
I that the undersigned lorlda. Probate DMilon Acreoge parcels very
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT shall beredeemed Zoned AO and MS.TV .
certificates
I Comatz.r.4455 or Good end term.
Richard the address ofwhich price
FOR BRADFORD COUN. according to and Retell. Good Ores end Good t
Conf.d.rat. Point, ,Is Bradford County lepelr Service _
I 32210 TY. FLORIDA law the property described Include real estate. 171.MO.
Jacksonville, Flo. ourthouse., Stark., Term*.
Mole owner, doing CIVIL ACTION Case No. lorldo. In such certificate or No. 239 10 ..with two homo.. handyman spedel.

I business under the firm 82.251. The personal l certificates will be sold Nice timber end good reed. $27,tOO.
In re: The Marriage of bidder water toned 11$. Nice for
to the highest at In WoWo city
I name of General of thetote No.330-lot
ALLEN I. SIKES. Husband epre.entatlvo O.K. Priced $1500. $500 down.
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c..c A state auditor suddenly fell out In terrible pain, and passed :
;J out cold In the school superintendent's'' office. Doc Adams was .:

I ;.. stomach.called, and said the It was caused by a spasm of a valve In'the

f I "What caused It?" the auditor asked when Doc got him reviv-

IL I ed."I I don't know, It might have been George's coffee." Doc dead-
panned. He referred to the coffee In the George Kopelousos' .
f ] Garden Restaurant when It was across the street from the old :

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; tr time years ago a black girl riding on a seabord train was
; about to have a baby and train officials called ahead to notify
Doc Adams they'd be stopping in Waldo and needed him to per
': form the delivery. But Dr. Adams told the railroad people to
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:. 411. "Back then the only time they'd stop In Starke was when U.S.
1 .. iII't" congressman Lex Green was coming back from WashingtonD.C.
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"" .," Mrs. Long remembers. "But do you know they stopped
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,".,..{ (now call St.) and Madison St."
I II Dr. Adams felt the patient should be taken off the train after
the delivery and be taken to the residence of a local midwife-
f Mrs. Essie Holland in Reno for convalescing.several days later she
lit %t}r was put on the train In Waldo and continued her trip downstate
I with a bouncing baby daughter.
-. The baby's name was 'Silver Meteor'
That name was chosen by the mother after her experience on ,

the silver Meteor train. ,..


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Bill Graham still chuckles over the time Doc phoned In a
prescription for the flu but didn't send a bill until.10 years later,
when he retired.


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Mrs. Marian Long, Dr. Adams' nurse of 37 years, well
remembers the days when he served as physician for the
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Mrs. Long also remembers a time long before Bradford
County had a hospital, when a young boy from Waldo was In-
-- jured by a horse.
I- : ';7 The boy, barefoot, went out back to feed his horse. He was
busy for only a few minutes when he hollered in for his father.
,'o l1 w.f "What happened?," the father asked. The horse had stepped :
back on the young boys' great toe and the hoof had severed the :
toe off.
Boy and father rushed to starke to Dr. Adams' office and
reported to nurse Long and the doctor that the boy had lost his
toe In the horse lot. Looking down at the Injury Dr. Adams
solemnly asked, "where Is the toe?"
Boy looked at father father looked at boy and the father
stated "the toe Is in Waldo." j
With a straight face or Adams asked the father to go back r
home and retrieve the toe and bring It to the office. The father I C
was a bit bewildered, wondering if the Doctor was serious. Dr. I
Adams told him yes go get the toe.
so the father rushed back home, got the toe, returned, and ,(
gave the great toe to Dr. Adams. He sutured the toe back on the It
boy's foot and to this day the young man, who now works for
II II r /1 the city of Gainesville, gives thanks to Dr. Adams for his great
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... even though the doctor usually knew their real names.
The children that knew Doctor Adams were aware that when
: :h /9o S"I f t they saw him at the! office, In the hospital, or around town he
r---" I would call them 'John' or 'Mary' and many would laugh before he
even spoke. .
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c&4S others who didn't know him would answer back,"but Dr. Adams, '
my name Isn't John it's Stephen (for whatever the name might be."
"Oh. that's right. it is Stephen John," Dr.Adams would answer kid-
dingly. .:
4 Even his own son Bill would get the"HI John"treatment when he :
came in the office. "Daddy, I'm Bill!" the son would protest. :
"Oh. that's right, you are Bill," dad would agree.
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pg. golf tournament on his Day. He's Right now, the scar's a little too Most 'everybody hereabouts has had department at the Traiiridge mine In January of 1977 the company :"
I have always called on Doc Adams. recovering from a 4-bypass heart tender, he said, running his hand an experience with Dr. Adams or has received numerous calls from former patients wanting to '
Doc won't be swinging a club in the operation. from chest to bottom of stomach to heard stories about him (for some of come for medical treatment and care. :
show how long the scar is. the goodies see related story on He was retired from private practice though and was working .
lie's getting along real good he favorite 'Doc' stories). solely for Dupont In a stage of semi-retirement.
adds. Doc has already been seen Doc Adams used to work all day in "Many of his patients said Dr. Adams knew more about them :
riding around the golf course in a the office then have 8-10 house callsto than they knew themselves they Just hated to their doctor,and :'
waters GroceryLawtey cart.Would make before he called it quits, wanted to come out to the Dupont plant for Dr.Adams to treat :
he be a general practicioner sometimes around midnight. Then them."said Mrs. Long,who had to answer many of the calls from :.
again if he had the choice? he'd get up early to make rounds at long-time patients. "I would have to tell them that Dr. Adams .:
Fl. 782-3737 "Yeah, definitely. I don't regret it the hospital before going back to the was no longer In private practIce. it was very hard to disappoint .

Slab Smoked Bacon (Sliced Free) . . 1 .19'b.' one bit. office. them. We would refer them to the local doctors In Starke." ;
"Of course, they worked my butt Sometimes, Mrs. Adams recalls,
1 .89lb. off. Of course, I could stand that she and the children would go alongon ....................................................................................... ,
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Chopped (Sliced Free) . . . . "
too. the house calls "just so we could
Smoked 1 731b. Doc's never kept track of the spend a little time with their father." Then there was the time two boys let their zeal for ;
Nehles Sausage . . . . . doing
number of babies he's delivered, but The child rearing was left to the ladyof chores get the better of them. :

Fresh Spare Ribs ((3 Down) . . . . 1 .99lb. you can count them in the thousands. the house. Equipped with a new gas-powered lawn mower one of the i
boys forgot his fathers warning to be extra careful while using f
Camps Wieners 24 oz. pkg.. . . . . 1.7 7 pk. G the machine, which at that time had no rear guard, and com- :
menced to mowing without shoes on while his cousin watched =
from the porch. Sure enough his foot slipped under the mower :
and was cut fairly badly. :
) 1 on to Dr. Adams he was brought where father and doctor :
CUT TO ORDER
scolded the boys for their carelessness and repeated the warn- :

T-Bone Steak SPECTACULAR ing.No sooner had the group returned to their Heilbron/ Springs
at farm than the cousin cranked up the mower, primed to finish
Closed the job... without shoes onlll
Jabowes Fashions Predictably he too ran over his foot with the mower, and
$3.39Ib. Monday within an hour of leaving with his cousin was back In Dr.Adams'
.; Ladles casual Wear & Lingerie July 5th office getting his own foot sewed up.

Sirloin Steak Keep cool In Ladles 3 Piece
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1 I .;w Golden Blend Dog Food 1410.14.50+ tax BLOUSES By Wilkins "' In the practice of law.t. ". ,'i. ..

J Miller BEER 6 Pack Bottles . . ... 2.89 + tax LINGERIE 4J Jr. size at'996 N. Temple Ave., .Starke4'. '* f

i ,; RC'S& Flavors 8 pk. 16oz.. . . 1 .39+ tax & dep. effective July 1 1982

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The 13th annual July 4th Our Coun- The Rotary Club Fish Fry starts up Finally, the one you've all been The biggest bang to be heard locally Saturday night on tap.
try Day in Keystone Heights will get at 2 p.m. at Keystone Beach. Mullet, waiting for. The Spectacular July 3, will be the fireworks of the Our Country Day Elsewhere, White Springs will host a celebration for
into high gear Fri. July 2, with a full hushpuppies, cole slaw, beans and a Fireworks Display over Lake Geneva celebration in Keystone Heights (see related article) but the 4th of July and Stephen F. Foster's birthday Sunday.
slate of events scheduled for Sat. July drink will be served for a $3 donation. caps the day's excitement beginningat that isn't the only nearby celebration of its kind. At Jacksonville Beach there will be a bikini contest,
3. Concurrently, Entertaiment at the dusk. Secure your vantage point Here's a rundown of north Florida Independence Day treasure hunt, and sandcastle contest by day and
Beach including live music will also early to avoid jockeying with the activities: fireworks by night Sunday.
The Tennis Tournament finals will begin at this time day's largest expected crowd. In Gainesville the Gainesville Jaycee Celebration will In Ocala the celebration will have a more eld-
begin at 10 a.m. Friday at the city The Gatorland Ski Club Show at be held at the Alachua County Fairgrounds Saturdayand fashioned flavor at God and Country Day with favorites
courts. Later that evening, the Street Keystone Beach will begin at 3 p.m. Schedule of Events Sunday with the standard menu of contests, music like greased pole climbing, watermelon eating a
Dance will take place on the Clay and features Hawaiiann-style Skiing and fireworks. Also in the university city there will be a parade, and a beauty contest on the agenda.
Electric Co-op grounds beginning at Ballet. The Sailboat Race featuring Downtown on the Fourth musical show Sunday at the How about the "Florida State Bellyflopplng Contest"2That's
8:15: p.m. colorful boats competing in five Fri. 10 am.Tennis Tournament ..City Park Gainesville Community Plaza and starting at 1 p.rn.that the title of the Sunday celebration in Trenton,
An B a.m. Antique Car Show at the classes will also begin at this time. Frl. 8 p m. Street pance... .Clay Co-op day the Friends of Morningside will have a celebration where hayrides, a tug-of-war country and western
Coop begins Saturday's events.Local Registration for the boat race Is set Sat.(a.m.Antique Car Show; ... ...ClayCo....p ''. at the Mor.ningslde Farm,Jj-ee.watermelon, old-time music,and fireworks back up the tongue-in-cheek belly- ,
1.- "- ',;; and area .artists ,,willdisplay: their. for 2 p.m. at the Beach pavillion.A Sat.Sat..10-12.1-j.ke 10 am-ArU-CrallShosi.1IPili000SlIIN Show" .,,*.':.''".:<-::City lIy Park Hall ."' musiF,-!r: .v .amchuMifi g; and other.dis ,1igns.ar.r._ it-. busting competition.Selection .
talents during the 'Arts'arid crafts Skydiving Show featuring four Sat. 11 am.Street Parade... .Clay Coop f _e f
display at the Theme Park beginningat area skydivers, will take place at the Sat. 12 pm Baby Crawl, .City park 1 -
10 a.m. and continuing through the beach at 4 p.m. Sat.1p.m.Crime Preventlo Dl play, City Park
afternoon. A Slide Show featuring At 5 p.m., the Watermelon Eating Sat.2 p.m.Rotary Flah Fry. ..Keystone Beach -- 4Q
scenes of the Lake Region will be Contest will begin at the beach. The Sat.3 p.m.Ski Show.. Keystone Beach e
shown at the city hall adjacent to the event is open to anyone with a $1 en- Sat.3 p m.Sail Boat Races. .Keystone Beach (())1L1UMDMlE
park at 10 a.m. and 12 noon. try Awards fee being for asked.winners in all of the Sat.Sat.5 4 p.m.p.m.Watermelon Skydiving Exhibition.Eating Contest.Keystone.Kejslone Beach THE ( (())(())1D)

The Street Parade will leave from Beach
competitions will be presented at the
the Co-op at 11 a.m. and head down beach at 6 Sat.6 P m.Awards Presentation..Keystone Beach
Lawrence Blvd. p.m. Sal. Dusk Fireworks. Keystone Beach 1l11Ml1E[ sea'

You won't want to miss the annual
Baby Crawl at high noon at the park, I yrsr OPEN 8.5:30: Mon.-Fri. 8.12 Sat. Stop By or Call
with the top rug-crawler over the FRIENDLY SERVICE
finish line winning a trophy.At 964-7911
1 p.m., sheriffs deputies will be g"FAST Hwy. 301 407 N. Temple Ave. 1I(
at the park with a Crime Prevention Starke Florida

Display. We Install and Check System S lE /" t L
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IIk'/k' Rachel Silcox Denmark Funeral services were held at 11 Baptist Church, and a housewife. He migrated from New York City to .' Milton Packman, : \; .0':cremated'Packman's and scattered.remains will be
a.m. Monday, June 28, in the Churchof Survivors include a son, C.R. Starke in 1936,where he worked as an
*f., .. Rachel Silcox Denmark,69,of Cres- God, Starke, with Rev John A. Tallman and Jerry R. Tallman, of innkeeper. Milton Packman, 49, of Hamptondied Frankie Priester
,? cent City, died Saturday, June 26, in Rich officiating. Interment was in Jacksonville; five grandchildren and suddenly June 29. Drake
. Bradford under the Oegerman moved to Miami in 1942, He had live in Hampton for only one
:t'; County Hospital following a Kingsley Lake Cemetery 10 greatgrandchildren.Funeral
Frankie Priester Drake, 78, died in
and retired in in moved there from
long illness. direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral services will be held Tues- Naples 1955. year, having
; Survivors include his wife Hilda; Silicon Valley, Calif in 1981. He was a West Palm \Beach June 24 after a
k Born in Starke on Aug. 10, 1912, Home, Starke. day at 2 p.m. at the Graveside in lengthy illness.
Mrs. Denmark 40 resident one brother, Max Oergerman; a self-employed pattern-analysis: expert -
:: was a year Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler, with
1 1a' 1 of Jacksonville, retiring to Crescent Elma O'Steen'Schade Rev. Michael Norman officiating. sister, Eva Schmidt of Bonn, W. Ger- and worked in the Gainesville Mrs. prake was a native of Lake
City'' with' her husband, the late many; two sons, Herman' the one- area. He was a member of Trinity Butler and was a retired school
I \ Burial will follow. Archer Funeral
Elma O'Steen Schade, 91,died Sun- retired from Palm
Donald N. Denmark,Sr., eyed German Oegerman, Jr. of Methodist Church.Mr. teacher, having
: seven .
years Home is in charge.Herman
" 1 bga.She was a member of the Garden day in the Riverside Hospital In Miami and Richard Oegerman of Ft. Packman served two tours in Beach County school system.
, City Church of God in Jacksonville. Jacksonville after an extended il- T. Lauderdale; and five grandchildren.A Vietnam with the U.S. Marine Corps9th Survivors Include one sister, Mrs
,', Survivors include two sons, Rev. lness. OegermanHerman Combat Engineering Battalion. Olga Priester Dozier; one aunt two
f':.' Donald N. Denmark, Jr. of llolcomb, She was born in Putnam County T. Oegerman,70,a former graveside funeral service will be He is survived by his wife, Cecilia; nieces, and several cousins, including
,:, Miss and Mr. Dale E. Denmark of living her early life in the Raifordcommunity resident of Bradford County, died in held Sat. July 3 at Forest Green in a brother; Clyde Shadow Packman, Mrs. Clarice P. Adkins of Hampton.
Jacksonville; one sister, Mrs. MurielS. with her parents until Naples, Fl Wednesday, June 30. Naples, the Rev. O. Schorr officiating. two sons, Ralph of Escondido, Calif Funeral services were held Friday,
Norman of Starke, and 11 grand- moving to Duval County after her Born in Berlin, Germany in 1912, Pope Funeral Home'Is in and Albert of LaJolla,Calif. and three. June 25 in West Palm Beach.
\ children. marriage. She was a member of the Oegerman came, to the U.S. in 1921. charge of arrangements. grandchildren. Memorahzation by cremation




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Maurice WingateMaurice Mildred Ann Wingate of Starke; two Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Morris, of In MemoryOf
daughters Mrs. Pam Tyson of following an extended illness. Uocfcville, Ind.; three sons, Mr.
Wingate. 62, of Starke
died Saturday in Lake Shore Hospital, Raiford. and Mrs. Jackie Grider of He was born in Fort White, and had Lamar Priest Priest of Lawtey, Lt. Col. Edward our beloved son and Brother, been missed by us and others, in
in Lake Starke; one brother Mr. Merle J. of Lubbock, Texas, and Everett Lee Morris Jr. who died
City of extended illness. many ways.
an lived in Cedar Key and Ocala before The
of Wauchula Honorable Pat Priest of San An-
Wingate Fla., and five June 28, 1981 Everett Leola MorrisA I
to where he owned
moving Lawtey
He was born and grandchildren. tonio, Texas; two sisters, Mrs.
raised
in Hardee and operated his service station for 36 Thelma year has gone by, and he's truly & Family
County,the son of the late Marvin and Funeral Alvarez of Starke, and Mrs.
services were conducted at
until ill health forced his retire-
years Pauline
Addie Frances of and
Fort ,
Williams Wingate, former Meyers
10:30: a.m. Tuesday, June 29 at the ment
pioneer residents of Hardee County.Mr. Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral nine grandchildren. Card of ThanksOur
Wingate was a Veteran of Home in Starke. Burial was in Crosby He was the son of the late Claytonand Funeral services were at 3 p.m.
WWII and moved to Starke in 1946 Lake Cemetery with Archie Tanner Nona Dennis Priest. He was a Sunday, June 27 at the Grace United family would like to extend our and friends due to the recent fire in
member of the Grace United
where he was employed by the Funeral Home of Starke in charge of Methodist Church of Lawtey, witn thanks for the kindness and love that our home. A special thanks to the
Methodist Church of and
Lawtey has been shown to
Florida arrangements. use by our family Theresa Fire Department.
National
Guard. He retired
In served as City Councilman for Rev Delbert King officiating. Burial
1976 Harry Cooney Family
as a Warrent Officer. He was a several years. He also drove a school
member of the First was in Crosby Lake Cemetery with
Baptist Churchof Hubert Edward Priest bus for 18 years.Survivors .
Starke. Hubert Edward Priest, 71, of include his wife, Mrs. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Survivors include his wife Mrs. Lawtey, died Friday June 25, at the Mildred Priest of Lawtey; one. Starke in charge of arrangements.




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Passengers In Zahler's vehicle I Grand Theft'Arrest :
Disorderly Intoxication
were his wife Glenna who received Nets Keystone Pair
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i Arrests Made minor injuries and nine-year-old

I Woman Hospitalized<<; After AccidentHelen I Blair D. Moyers, 21, of Starke and daughter who was not injured.James Two Keystone arrested area men last and week one,
Randy Eugene Crawford, 22 of Hamp Driver of the truck Alton juvenile were in
J ton were arrested June 22 and charg. Boles, 32, of Starke was not injured, unrelated grand thefts following Investigationa .
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Jeanette tlollingsworth Judd 26 were ;'she wad treated'and i limits.; Chandler In a 1973 Plymouth ed with disorderly intoxication. according to Trooper Calvin Pace. by Officer Henry Hinesof
Chevrolet station- the Clay County Sheriffs Depart-
Moody, 37, of Starke was transportedto released. was southbound and made a left turn Starke police were called several Both the 1974
Alachua General Hospital by Stat Moody'was' charged with unlawful onto Market Rd. In the path of times to Eagles parking lot on wagon and the 1979 Ford pickup were 1 menuThomas Dwight Parsons 2o
Flight after a two;; car accident on speed in the accident and Chandlerwas Moody's vehicle, which struck the Madison Street where a radio was totaled. Heights, was arrested June';
US-301 June %$. charged with violation ot'' the) Plymouth in the right side. Both playing loudly. The officers asked the Drivers CitedIn Keystone charged with grand theft
Tonda Jean Moody,14,a passenger right of way,'according tb Lt. Estori! vehicles were totaled in the accident. volume to be lowered but Crawfordand Two 23 booked, in the Clay County Jail under'a and
and Henry Ancil Chandler Jr..driver Mosher. Lt. Mosher ordered a blood test for Moyers, who were drinking and Starke AccidentJudith bond.According. .
of the second Vehicle were treated at Moody, driving a 1976 Ford, was alchol content from Mrs. Moody, using profanity,refused, according to $752 to the investigator's1
Bradford County Hospital. Tonda northbound on US-301 and,according However .blood could not be drawn Patrolman Jerry Miller. Harvey Fltchett 30, of Parsons' arrest stemmed
was transferred,to Alachua .Hospital, to witnesses,was excelling the speed due to emergency surgery on her leg. Both Moyers and Crawford were Keystone Heights was cited for from report the investigation of the theft of
released, each on a $50 cash bond. careless driving and Scott Booher :
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six mobile home axels and 12 mobile
Morgan, 21, also of Keystone Heights
Diane Lynn Vandiver,31,of Lawtey was cited for making an improper home tires, valued at over$500. They'
was arrested and charged with change of lane and having an expiredtag were reported stolen on June 4 from
disorderly intoxication June 26, according on his vehicle in the June 27 acci John Brown's Mobile ''Home, Inc.,
located on SR-21 north of Keystone
to Patrolman Jerry Miller. dent.
Vandiver pulled up and stopped her Both vehicles were going south on Heights.
.' car crossways in front of another CR-21B ten miles east of Starke when Parsons .bonded out of the Clay'
i vehicle, blocking traffic on US-301. Fitchett began to overtake Morgan as County Jail.A
tl'jgllf Vandiver then started fighting and he was slowing down. Grandin man, Charles Ronald
pulling the hair of the occupant in the According to witnesses Morgan Latham, 42, was arrested June 23 and
vehicle. then swerved across the centerline charged with grand theft. He was
Vandiver was released from Brad- before turning and was in the path of booked into the county jail under a
ford Jail Pontiac driven by $752 bond where he remained last
rs'r County on a$50 surety bond. Fitchett. The 1978
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nr Fitchett struck the 1982 Chevrolet Thursday.Also
pickup in the right side. charged with burglary and
A Man ArrestedFor Damage to the Pontiac was $15, grand theft, in relation to this same
Criminal Mischief damage to the pickup was$400,according case, was a Putnam Hall juvenile.
to Trooper William Abrams. According to Investigator Hines'report
Anthony R. R. Sapp, 21, of Mid- these arrests pertained to the
dleburg was arrested June 19 and Accident June 26 theft of a water pump, valued at $290
tllr 1 charged with disorderly conduct, On Sampson Trestle Rd. reported stolen from William C. Pylason
assault of a law enforcement officer May 21.
and criminal mischief. Michael Louis Tomlinson, 19, of The juvenile was handed into his
Starke police were called to a Raiford was cited for careless driving parents custody with referral made to
: distrubance on US-301 S. Mrs. Betty June 26 in an accident on Sampson the Department of Youth Services
OBI. :yzL Mae Lott said Sapp had entered her Trestle Road five miles west of (DYS).
house through the window. She Starke.
wanted him to leave but he wouldn't, Tomlinson was traveling north at a Man HospitalizedAfter
according to Lt. Lane Sibley and speed too fast to make the curve when US-301 AccidentEarl
+VTi Pa ''t'_ Patrolman Steve Backus. Sapp was his vehicle went out of control and slid
} restrained physically and handcuffed into a ditch. Tomlinson's 1973 Ford Webb Thigpen, 27, of Starke
charged with disorderly conduct. pickup truck then overturned one anda was taken to Shands Teaching
After he was in the patrol car,Sapp half times and came to rest on its Hospital after an accident June 25 six
tried to kick the windows out with his miles south of Starke on US-301.
. I Grim Aftermath of 2-Car Wreck on US-301 I feet and did kick the right rear door side.Damage to the pickup was $1,000, Thigpen was cited for wilful-wanton
bending the top. Backus had a finger according to Trooper Kenneth reckless driving and driving while in-
injured by Sapp and they finally had Ethridge. toxicated, according to Trooper
to spray mace on him. William Abrams.
Sapp was released from the Brad- Two ArrestedIn Thigpen was going north on US301at
ford County Jail on a $1,500 total DisturbanceAlbert "an extremely high rate of speed"
tar recognizance bond.Crescent when he ran partially off the roadwayonto
Leroy Smith 44, and Cora the median. The driven lost con-
Mobley Allen, 56, were arrested June trol and and the vehicle veered back
City Man 27 after the police were called to a across the road and hit the ditch.
Killed On SR-16 disturbance on Brownlee St. and laterto Damage to Thigpen's 1975 Dodgewas
the LU'Champ on SR-16 and US-301. $1,000, according to the accident
Edwin Armon Zahler of Crescent
with
Smith
was charged disorderly report.
City died as a result of an automobile intoxication. Smith was under the influence -
accident June 26 at the intersection of of alcohol at the time, accor- Drapes Stolen
SR-16 and CR225. ding to Patrolman Jerry Miller. From Residence :
The accident' occurred five miles
Allen was charged with disorderly
west of Starke at 1:45 p.m. Zahler, 46, conduct, she had been told to refrain Someone entered a residence on !
was heading south on CR-225, had from contact with Smith,according to Raiford Rd., tore the drapes down, I
stopped for a stop sign and pulled out Patrolman Sonny Jackson. bending the rods and took the drapes. 1/
onto SR-16 in front of a pickup truck Both Allen and Smith were releasedon The burglary was discovered June 29.
.. which struck Zahler's stationwagonon a $50 surety bond from Bradford Estimated value of the drapes was 1
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Just in time'for the Fourth of July -.I r f fall
weekend. Florida will be enacting one Eldrige Beach of the Florida the two groups includes the following: Also provided for in the new law when the driver took the license drivers convicted of DWI must at-
of tHe toughest drunk driving laws In ments Highway Patrol, say their depart- 50 hours of community service, a fine was the use of urine tests to be used issued by the state," explained the tend a substance abuse course and l
the nation.Sheriff Dolph Reddish said will be reads of $250-$500 and suspension of the separately or in conjunction with Sheriff. pay for it. H. Ben Collins, Executive
it calls ,for mandatory hours of community Leaders of MA.DD wanted man- driving privilege for not less than 180 breath tests. If an officer has reason The law further provides that no Director of the Big Bend Safety Council
service, fines and suspension datory jail terms) > imposed on first days or more than one year for a to believe a driver is under the influence court may suspend,defer or withhold which runs the classes In the
of driver's licenses. time offenders wl ten the legislative driver's first conviction. A second of drugs, the officer can ask adjudication of guilt or imposition of Panhandle, said his course costs $73
"The 1982 Florida Legislature got session opened two months earlier conviction within three years will brIng the driver to submit to a urine test sentence, meaning that a convictionwill and is the lowest in the state.
MADD this year," Sheriff Reddish than usual in February.! However, a mandatory 10 days jail sentence just as he would with a breath test for go on an offender's record. The
said. "With the proding of MADD Sheriff Reddish land other Sheriffs and a fine of$500-$1,000 and loss of the alcohol. law allows the Department of Two Men ArrestedIn
(Mothers Against Drunk: Drivers),-a around the state pi tinted out that sucha driver's license for not less than five Refusal to submit to a breath or Highway Safety and Motor Vehiclesto Lawtey For FightingDusty
new law passed imposing stiffer move was not easible because of years. A third conviction within five urine test will result in suspension of impose adjudication of guilt and
penalties for driving under the influence the tremendous ar nounts of local jail years of the second brings a $1,000 the license for three months and sentence if the court does not. Edward Robert, 27, and
of alcohol and drugs." This, space which wou Id be required to $2,500 fine and a minimum ten years suspension of six months if the driver a The law also provides that if a per Glenn Kevin Joiner,22, were arrested
new law goes into effect July 1 and,, house all first time i DWIs. loss driving privileges provided the has been previously I suspended for the son arrested on a DWI charge posts a June 15 and charged with fighting in a
Sheriff Reddish along with Col. The third conviction comes within ten same reason. "This is because legal- bond, fails to show for court proceedings public place in Lawtey, according to
resulting cor npromise between of the first Marshall M.M. Jordan.
years lv an implied consent was and the bond is forfeited, it
given will be regarded as a conviction If he Roberts of Lawtey and Joiner of
Fender Benders with driving while' intoxicated does not request to have the bond Starke were released on
and at Walnut St. and SR-16 on a Suzuki this time.
In Starke Area possession' of less than 20 grams of motorcycle midnight. The chase at White is currently serving 198 forfeiture set aside within 20 days. for recognizance the misdemeanor., each under a $250 bond
years Finally, the law has required that
cannibis June 26 following an acci- speeds In excess of 100 mph, ended at for rape and breaking-entering with
Marcia Norton Rehm, 35, of Starke dent on Edwards Rd. SR-16 and Faxon Lane. intent to commit rape.
was cited for failure to yield the right Starke police \Were called to investigate Woolard was released from the White, 29, from Dade County, is
of way June 26 in an accident at the in- the accident' and they Bradford County Jail on his own reportedly in stable condition. SawyergladeffljErfwJaaVitiL
tersection of US-301 and SR-16. observed Bowman,who was involved recognizance, his bond was set at$100on DOLLAR
Rehm was northbound on US-301 in in the accident, "having trouble with each charge. Police Briefs *! -I
the centermost traffic lane, traveling his normal faculties" and that "his According to Patrolman David
at a speed to fast for conditions.When eyes were extrenvisly' red." When ask- Crum, a bicycle was stolen from Col- FREE DELIVERY
Rehm attempted to stop for the red ed if he had been c I rinking or smoking, Man Arrested For ley Rd. June 27. The 20" boys bike SAVERS
light her vehicle entered into the In- Bowman said he hadn't had anything Aggravated was taken from the garage at the
tersection and hit a Volkswagen, according for an hour. Mil rljuana was found BatteryRonald home of Linda Crews. Estimated -- -J-,
to Patrolman David Crum'. under the seat of his car, according to Lee Humphrey, 32, of value of the bicycle is $70. I ,-. "-'-_.... -- -.. ,-
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Kelly Hester of Starke was $800. The accident occured when charged with aggravated battery, according Ron Sherman reported a new, for It 1
Damage to Rehm's 1972 Plymouthwas Bowman's vehicl'i crossed over the to Deputies Paul Stegall and sale, tan leather purse was missing I Whirlpool
$25.Ernest. the center line .striking a station- E. P. Lee.Humphrey. from Janie's Sandwich Shop. A man I
wagon as it was passing him. alledgedly struck Roy left after ordering food and the purse 'r w it on 115 Volt
Doyle Foster, 60, of Green Damage to Bov.inan's 1981 Mazda Silcox with a beer bottle at the Under was missing at that time on June 26. \ ,.
Cove Springs was southbound on was $1,000. Damtige to the 1979 AMC wood Motel. Value of the purse is $65, according Rust-Resistant Cabinet
US-301, failed to see a vehicle slowing stationwagon driven by Edward Ar- Bond was set at $2,000, Humphrey to Patrolman David Crum. 41 Washable Filter
to turn right and struck the vehicle. thur Winkler, Jr., was $250. was released on his own Mod)
Donald Edward Holtz, 40, of Lake Bowman was n pleased from Brad- recognizance. Burglary at $ AHl-P.9.2 Easy Installation
Butler was turning into Bradford ford County Jail on a $250 surety Gem JewelryA 1 88 .5000 BTU's
Square Shopping Center when he was bond.
struck. FSP Inmate youngwhitemale sprayed mace EASY TERMS I
Stable After in the face of the jeweler, grabbed a 5,000 BTU/Hr. LOW INTERST I
Damage to Holtz's1976 Ford was High Speed I Chase StabbingFSP dozen
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$75. There was no listed damage to .
Foster's 1974 Leads To Arrest inmate Anthony White was and ran from the store June 29,according -
Dodge van, according to taken by Rescue to Shands Teaching to Lt Lane Sibley.
Patrolman David Crum. Johnny Fred Woolard was arrested Hospital June 28 for emergency The man had been in the store Patio j
June 28 and charged;: with fleeing and surgery after he was stabbed in the earlier looking at the rings, left,came 11 limited Kitchen
to elude officer Qu.ntitJ
SR-16 Wreck attempting a police chest. back around 11:30: a.m., asking to see
wilful-wanton reckless driving and According to Superindentent C. G. the rings again. x _ry
Leads To Arrest driving while his license was suspended. Strickland, Jr., the inmates were lead The man was approximately 22 S1000FFHURRY
Brian Charles into the gym for a movie at approx- years-old, 5'8" or 5'10" and left driving $ .
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Jr. has announced he is ,stepping the most stressful job in the Physical -
down to the prison for the Strickland will continue to work at
as head of the state's only max- prison system,
according to DOC
benefit of the officers will the
imum security spokesman soon be prison through July but will also
correctlonallacility. Vernon
"I have been back at FSP for 30 the state's only' maximum-security Bradford. FSP is ready, and there is no question the be spending time in Gainesville DOC LARGE FAMILY
handcuff policy has benefitted the in office.
months and I think I have been here prison and the institution where ;
long enough," Strickland said. Death Row is housed. SIZE FROST-FREE i
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;. :, t Local Economic Picture is not Rosy One for Many

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r By Tony Burke layoffs. a 32 hour work week. Right now wehave manager. "This Is Just for the land in Bradford County, will also be other Bradford employees will be ,u
BCT SUff Wrhe;'- Business is off by a third," echoed no *"f enMon (If laying off woodyard. The land operation and affected. fected. We will keep them busy with
: This Isn't to lot of ,but Earl Jones of Florida Crown Lumber. work and work .
news a people in
maitenance
anybody in the Starke area, but the .sawmill people will still) be working." "We'll)) be shutti rIg down our Per- ti (
the economic situation facing this and "I'm absolutely concerned. Yes, Three of them will
'1 economy will control what we do." Austin said that there are no plans nandina mill for 30 days beginningJune forest. work
,. surrounding counties does not paint a we've had to layoff some of our to layoff any of the corporation's 48 26," said Parrott, from the through the shutdown, while two have
Joel i
;} pretty picture. workers, laborers and sawmill people Container Corporation has scheduled employees here.ITTRayonier. Atlanta office. "T his will not affect elected to take combination vacationsand
;,'. "I haven't" seen things this bad in 30 !' /' rotating shutdowns of it's paper with 25,500 acres of our four forestem in Starke. Five unemployment compensation.'
years said Albert Longchamp, a Temporary furlough is what Her- mills, according to Max Whaley from
builder in Starke. "Building Is down, cules Powder Co. in Starke has the main office in Fernandina Beach. t
,, and I don't expect to see a big resorted to, according to John Col- Those mills, fed from the corpora- I .. IRkJH!JW .. ._. 1I
change." quitt at the Brunswick, Ga. office. tion's timber yards, will also feel the
Longchamp says he employs.about 'We go as far as we can to avoid it effect. "The woodyard in Starke will I
ten people full-time, and is keeping (layoffs) but we're in the same boat be shut down during the last :
week of
them busy, but says his .sub that everyone else is," he said.
contractors have been hardest hit,' "We're limiting our wood procure- June. and! again the last week of July,".
working half-times and forced into ment,furloughing people and rotating said Fred Austin,the Timber Division

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I Commission Stresses Boating Safety And we will Be CLOSEDSaturday, July 3 .,& Sunday, July 4


"I Boating safety must be the concernof however wildlife officers will concen- device and one anchor and line of appropriate M :
all waterway users according to trate on reckless boat operations," size and length. >t : ',.s / :t'j.Jtl1 ;f Ah.Have, A Happy 4th
the Florida Game and Fresh Water Rossignol added. Also, one hand or power operated : f : :.;. 1I/J.. And see us Later
;,, Fish Commission. Boaters should insure that their whistle or horn capable of producinga .t "' I I\ijl\ t;!
i "Summer is the time when most particular craft meets or exceeds all blast of two seconds duration for a : i 1 I For Your Mobile Home
recreational boating and swimming safety standards. Boats 16 feet or lessrequire distance of one half mile. In addition, t I lb! I ir,!
takes place, therefore the potentialfor one oar or paddle, one anchor boats with built in gas tanks or enclosed ': ,
1 a tragedy involving boats or and line of appropriate size, plus one tanks must have Coast Guard approved i'1 JJJ fll ; payments on 14 widerr -,
drowning is the greatest, said Cap- lifesaving device in good and serviceable type B-1 fire extinguisher. '
j tain Lawrence condition for each person on : J'QII" $15770per
I law enforcement F. Rossignol, regional for board. "Boaters, just as automobile 'fi1 : Start at mo
supervisor the
t northeast Boats 16 feet or less than 26 feet drivers, must be safety conscious at Double and Single to Choose from
region. T&L !
must carry one wearable life-saving all times, Rossignol said. "It is the +
I "During June, July, August, and device in good and serviceable condi- intent of the Commission, within our .-
I September, all boating safety viola- tion for each person on board plus one capabilities, to insure the safety of all
tions will be monitored very closely roast GuarH Approved throwable waterway users," he concluded. JOHN BROWN HOME CENTERHwy


I't Crews to Run For Dist.5 Senate Seat Keystone. Heights 473-3775


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Leon County Commissioner Jim he served as a student senator,Crews the Tallahassee-Leon County Com-
!. Crews, whose family settled in Baker enlisted in the U.S.Navy,serving dur- prehensive Plan. Crews was instrumental I
County more than 150 years ago, has ing the Viet Nam conflict from 1968 to in the establishment of the
announced his candidacy for the 1972. He served as a writer and editor Apalachee Regional Planning Council
District 5 seat in the Florida Senate. for varioous government publica- which acts
as a problem solving
Crews made his announcement on tions. body for several North Florida coun-
the steps of the Baker County Cour- Crews moved to Tallahassee in 1973 ties and promotes economic develop- 1 S. 5 1 %
thouse, which his grandfather helpedto and was employed with the Florida ment.
build in the early 1940's. Crews Department of Pollution Control. He Crews and his wife,Bernice,are the ,interest :
decided
to make his annoucementthere served as a govermental affairs con- owners of an occupational and
because "My political ties are sultant for the Florida Lung association physical therapy practice in
to local government; my family ties The Christmas Seal Society Tallahassee, Rehabilitation Servicesof until Jdily 10
are to Baker County." until his election to the Leon County North Florida. Rehabilitation Ser-
"I have a proven record as a public Board of County Commissioners, vices employs 15 therapists who provide
official elected by the people," Crews resigning to become a full-time public services to facilities for the men- ', credit "
said."When the time comes for you to official. tally retarded,nursing homes and pa- w/approved
cast your vote to decide who will While in Tallahassee, he earned his tients with traumatic injuries.
represent your interests in the masters degree in Urban and Crews is married to the former Ber- F-350
Ford F-I E)0:
Senate,you will know exactly where I Regional Planning from FSU. This nice"Bunny"George of Jacksonville. on any F-250
stand.My record in local government has been a major area of attention for They have two daughters, Jennifer
speaks for itself." Crews while serving as an elected official and Caroline, ages 11 and 7, both of 4x2 4x4
culminated by the adoption of whom attend public schools. Pickup only


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growth of North Florida." to Choose inted Glass Reclining Bucket Seats"GS" $6850
Crews was first elected to public office : :
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in 1976.His campaigns have beenpeoples' $3900with from. Starting] Package
campaigns, with his success I
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Butler as the second: spring people, working six and sometimesseven "cuke-pepper machine." A con-
harvesting session hits.Pictured: here days per week. tinuous maze of rollers and conveyors
are the people involved In unloading, The Florida-grown vegetables are stretching: for about 120 ft. It handles
sorting, grading and boxing more bound for sale, "all over the East cukes, bell peppers, string beans and Ann vfumrA f
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Rid Garden of Nematodes '

SCie tistsSuggestNew Way to .;:,;


I 'l; If nematodes get more nourishment or fresh root fragments.- Then, waterIt Dunn says the solar technique has Dunn does recommend that middles, be covered, and that the "The soil solarization treatment ::
from vegetable garden than you well, because water will help con- not been fully tested in Florida,but on gardeners using the method apply it cover be kept on until the gardener is may not be perfect in all situations, ;
1 i do, take your heart. A University of duct the heat. Cover the garden area experimental plots in Bradenton, carefully. He advises them to use actually ready to plant. He also notes but it's inexpensive and you can put it .,
" that the method doesn't work as well I
and clear polyethelene sheets, not black together in a weekend says
Florida researcher says an easy-to- with a clear plastic tarpaulin tomato plants in the untreated plot
into the mulch plastic. He suggests that the on high, narrow raised beds, because "Gardeners should try It."
apply dose of solar power may rid seal the edges of the plastic suffered from Fusarium wilt,a fungal
r'' your garden of the rootdestroyingpests earth with soil. If the cover is left undisturbed disease often associated with entire area, including paths and row. much heat can escape at night "i
f without the use of, steam or for four weeks or more, nematode infestations. Only eight "
chemicals.Dr. temperatures in the soil will reach percent of the plants in the solarized Incentive
Robert A. Dunn of the University over 120 degrees to about one foot plot suffered from wilt. More tests, Snyder Advocates Pay ;: I
of Florida's Institute of Food and deep. according to Dunn, will be done this
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) says When the soil gets that hot for that summer. deficit. He said people are losing faith in a !
long, it's good-bye nematodes. Soil solarization apparently does Congressional pay incentive surplus or after ,
the method involves Using the sun's out that private Congress which"piles up'deficit
"It's the poorman's of heat not kill all the natural enemies of the legislation is being advocated by Snyder pointed
way
rays and a plastic sheet to literally business rewards management on the deficit. The red inks hurts everyone :i
t. cook the nematodes out of the soil. treating the soil," says Dunn, referr- nematodes so Dunn and his col- George Snyder, Republican can- basis of "No less shouldbe but is especially" hard on those on
Dunn says the best time of year to ing to the steam treatments used for leagues think nematodes may have a didate for would the U.S.reduce Senate. Snyder'sapproach Increasethe expected performance of the Congress,"he said, Social Security, fixed incomes, and .
or
try the technique is during the hot nematode control by big growers. harder time re-establishing "After all, Congress is responsible for those in lower-paying jobs." ."*
salaries of members of Congressby
summer months. He advises "Soil solarization originated in Israel themselves after the plastic comes off the billions of tax dollars it But he added that people are finally
spending
gardeners to'first rake and till the soil and Jordan and it has worked well than they would i if soil fumigant a simple percentage formula link- collects each recognizing the need for reform. He .f
ed to the previous year's budget year. '
until the dirt is smooth, without clods there for 12 years. chemicals were used. pointed to the recent outcry that caus-
ed the Senate to repeal a 1981 law

I Is Gainesville the Entomologist Capital of the World? in day which session.tax gave exemption Congressmen while Congress a $75per0 is ;


The entomology capital of the world in tne uamesville area, and 106 Nobody is absolutely sure very nice city of course," says army worms on the march through "hidden"Snyder said rider the law other was passed legislation.as a '..
graduate students and post-doctoral world's Shankland, "but the big reason is the on
be Gainesville. Over 200 of this Gainesville holds the record soybean fields, leaf miners munchingtheir bonanza
may could have resulted in a
fellows are engaged in advanced for entomologists-per-acre, but, as unusually large variety of insect "It
citizens
small city's are professional way through vegetable crops. f
worth as much as$19,000 per year per
specialists in the study of insects. It's studies and research. IFAS Entomology and Nematology species and agricultural crops found Right now other problems involving *
believed to be the largst concentration The U.S. Department of Department Chairman D.L. here. And because the climate is IFAS entomologists are the fire ant, member of Congress.
of entomologists anywhere in the Agriculture has two entomology Shankland said, "I can't think of a semi-tropical, there's insect activityall with its painful bite; and the mole "
world. reseach laboratories and a regional place where there are more." year around." cricket, a costly turf-eating pest. The Artas, South Dakota, is
The cornerstone of Gainesville's entomology headquarters in Gainesville, and the "We at IFAS," he adds, "have the Entomologists are particularly at- scientists are looking for natural named after the Greek word
is the University of Florida Department of Agricultureand largest single-unit entomology tracted to Gainesville, he says, enemies to control these insects, suchas for "a loaf of wheat bread/'
Florida s Institute of Food and Consumer Services Division of department in the country." because of the variety of entomology the parasitic wasps that worked so artos This part of South
Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) Thirty- Plant Industires also maintains an en- What makes Gainesville so attrac- problems: rust mites attacking the well against the citrus blackfly. Dakota is a wheatgrowingregion.
three of IFAS' 66 entomologists work tomology department in the city. tive to entomologists? "Well, it's a multi-million-dollar citrus industry, .




I Hank Bruning seeks ,ReelectionCounty BALDWINChevroletOlds


Commissioner Hank Burn- as one of the original members of the land clearing and dirt hauling
ing, chairman of the board this year, Clay County Sheriff's Reserve business.
announces his intention to seek reelection Deputies from 19671970. In 1970 he Bruning holds an associate of arts
for the District 4 post he has became a full time employee of the degree, is a former State of Florida
held since 1974. Sheriff's Department, attaining the certified teacher,and is a graduate of :
Bruning faces opposition by a new- rank of sergeant.In ;Santa:; Fe Junior Police School. ,
comer to politics James B. Jett, also 1973, he resigned from the
of the Keystone Heights area.A sheriffs departmenTto operate his I / _
Lake Geneva resident, Bruning is ... ..., FLORIDATHEATRE \,
self-employed and owns Bruning Con- /'July
struction Company.He July
and his wife, Judy, moved to
Clay County from Miami in 1966. 1 2. 5 YO

Since both civic that and time government he has been affairs.active in Starke 964.5451 Only Only

Since elected to the Board of County i rw Fri. thru Tues.
Commissioners, Bruning has served /11\ '
S">r the past six years as the gover- _M.WINNrR; I "
nor's representative on the Region 4 ACADEMY AWARDSCHARIOTS
Criminal Justice Committee and on (
the State of Florida Association of \' .1" No Down

County Commissioners Transportation ..' .J. j otAOO .OF-....M0 FIRE wwr:0I=.. PaymenttH !
and Agricultural Committees.He .
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is past president of the Clay ; .. "
County Cattleman's Association, and r;..
has been a member of the Clay Coun- 1 I. ..,
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ty 4-H Foundation; a member of the
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Keystone Heights Elementary Parent ,/ 'l!
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Faculty Association, and a memberof "'4- 1982 Chevrolet Chevette ;
the Clay County Chamber of Com- thru Tues. ,
Lou k

merce.technical Bruning advisorycommittee has also served on of the the JQ :I. I STK #C-755J .. Air Cond., Radio ,

Bradford-Union Area V''>:rec.b:: school. ___ I
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There's still room for contestants in Griffis. Wrong Is Right DOWN PAYMENTDirect
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the first "Most Beautiful Baby Con- more contact
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contestant entries limited to 50,according lease plan ,based on 1250 mires per month
to pageant coordinator Debra

Norman. WANTED!! I
July 2 is the deadline to register,or .
until the fifty-contestant limit Is < tt :
reached. Students Eager to Learn the Rne Art of Custom !;;

The contest is open to all area in- NEW. 19820lds
fants and toddlers between the ages of PINSTRIPING L 00 k : Firenza LX
6-20 months, and is sponsored by the
Image Maker at 1207 N. Temple in Classes 1982See
Starke. Applications, a non- Begin August, 4 dr, tinted glass, auto trans.,
returnable photograph, and the $20
entry fee must be submitted as soon :
as possible.An our demonstration at Theme Park & Keystone Beach Sport Wheels, Air Cond., Cruise

overall male and female winner Saturday & Sunday, July 3 & 4 control tilt wheel AM-FMstereo radio &
will be chosen, as well as winners in more. .
each of the following categories: most
beautiful eyes, cutest smile, cutest ,For further information mail coupon to: "
outfit most photogenic and outstan- 48 $221.16NO
ding personality. The overall winners ART PERFETTI mo. @,
will be awarded a $35 savings bond,
Rt. 2 Box 1310
crown, banner, trophy and flowers. ,

Entered as contestants so far are: Keystone Heights, FL 32656 DOWN PAYMENTDirect

Lindsey Gumber, Holly Held, Roger or Phone 473.3954
Lee Mitzel,Jr., Christopher Olin,Kelly --'. ...
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Senterfit Running for District 5 State Senate Seat

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. Jim Senterfit 59, a real estate degreefrom the University of Florida in Agricultural Education, and a He received the Outstanding Conservationist Farm City Week Awards Program Lafayette Madison and Taylor Coun-
I salesman and agricultural resource ...' .".. .... Masters degree In Agriculture award from Florida from 1971-1981, a community project ties. He is a past Commander-
I consultant and former district conscrI ",. ',t.pt'' <': Senterfit served three years in the Wildlife Federation in 1967 and the sponsored jointly to highlight Adjutant-Chaplin and service officerof
I vationist of Live Oak, has announcedhis t, '. a".": U.S. Navy during WW II in the South Distinguished Service award from the agriculture and business dependenceon American Legion Post 238,
candidacy for the State Senate 'k. and Western Pacific USDA in 1968. each other and to recognize Williston.
District 5. He is a democrat. ; ", J He has taught Vocational lie has served Church acheivement by individuals, attrac-
I "It is my desire to become thepeoples' '''I,!.',<'.,!.J./1 4Y ,. Agriculture at Trenton High School, deacon at Williston as a and Baptist Normandy ting some 300 people annually. Senterfit was married to the late
I candidate," Senterfit said. and Suwannee Hamilton Vo-Tech Park in Jacksonville,a Sunday School Margaret Hagan of Trenton. They
I truly be the peoples'choice, I will School In Live Oak teacher, Church Training Director, Senterfit is a Supervisor of the raised three daughters, Carol
I need and solicit their help in campaigning .!S As District Conservationist with the Boy Scout counselor and youth activity Suwannee river Soil and Water Con- Marilyn and Gwen.
I and their financial aid in aL:1 USDA Soil Conservation Service, heassis.ed director. servation District, serving as Jim is married to Voncile Bell
I running this campaign I plan to contact # at Soil and Water Conservation Secretary-Treasurer and Legislative Senterfit. Together they have seven
I and solicit farmersm blue collar Districts in LEvy, Dixie, Clay, Senterfit is presently Lt. Governorof Committeeman. He is vicechairmanof children, three at home.
I workers businessmen, office workers Duval Nassau, Hamilton and Suwannee Florida Kiwanis Division 26, a past the Suwannee River Resource Con-
I and all the people in District 5 for help Counties during his tenure of ser- president (with distinction) and past servation Development Program for
gin running and financing this cam- vice with the Dept of Agriculture. secretary.Jim chaired and promoted Columbia, Hamilton, Suwannee.
f paign. This will be their campaign __ .
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much or more so than it is mine."
| Senterfit is presently self-emploed 7/82 E-4a OFJr
las a free-lance agricultural writer e
Hand consultant. He is also an s
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associate salesman with Wendall :
{(Roberts Realty in Live Oak.
A native Floridian, Jim Senterfit
was born and reared at De Funiak
Springs. He owns and operates an
"O-acre farm near Trenton. He was Jim Senterfit
ducated in the public schools of Candidate State Senate
alton County. He earned a BA District
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. ': i< True or false? The people most likely energy without making big changes In thermostat on the hot water heater. list of Florida drivers. The Your 1'Wc.'to-Oul

' / <: to conserve energy are educated, their lifestyles. Its the poorer people But the group most likely to take a, respondents were asked to give their I
\> t affluent middle class young people living in less populated areas who vacation closer to home, insulate the income, educational level and
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I..0,, i who recognize the need to conserve. make the real sacrifices." house, or Join a car pool to work were age size of hometown. The questionnaire Central AirConditioner
If you said "true" go to the back of Past studies have suggested the older less educated rural people. probed each person's attitudes about

, r, \ ( the class and put on your dunce cap. A educator* m-h-m people are the more "The better educated, more af- the energy crisis, and asked them to
t University of Florida study shows likely energy-savers, but Beaulieu fluent group was aware of the need to indicate which conservation
:tiff' that the people doing the most to cone says these studies focused on conservation conserve, but they tended to do so only measures they took.:
, 'I"' I serve energy tend to be poorer, less methods like turning up the air in ways that didn't inconveniencethem. Beaulieu results of the
i l 11 e. *r educated small towners who don't conditioner or making less use of the The poorer people did it may lead to says a rethinking of govern-survey Worth $50!

q: ; have strong feelings about conserva- dishwasher conveniences that don't because they had to. You really needto ment strategies to get people to con- Wellis .
j J tion- exist in many rural homes. have a car to get around in rural serve
; "Educated urban people usually Beaulie's study found that people of areas, and with the high cost of fuel "Emphasizing energy. the financial savings you $50 for the scrap value of your old

I'. have high disposable incomes," says all incomes, ages, and educational they have to cut back somewhere." from conservation seems to work well central air conditioner-regardless of conditlonwhen
6 J Dr. L.J. Beaulieu of UF's Institute for levels took simple conservation Beaulieu's results were compiled with less educated you buy a new Carrier Round One air
I j 3 p| Food and Agricultural Sciences. measurers like turning off the lights from questionnaires sent to 2,460 Beaulieu poorer says, "but we need people to find,a conditioner or heat pump!

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I Senator Skinner Impressed with Reaganomics for details! \


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\ Staff Senate Majority Leader Pete regard to fighting inflation by reduc- pressed concern about the plight of necessary determination to bring
Skinner returned Thursday from a ing deficits, tight money and govern- agriculture, transportation and high about a decrease in interest rates
one day conference with President ment spending," Senator Skinner interest rates. "I felt the President because of a "lack of discipline." The LIMITED TIME ONLY-

i Reagan and members of his economic said.With demonstrated a real knowledge and President promised his administration CALL TODAY!
advisory staff. Senator Skinner was regard to President Reagan'snew concern over agriculture and has the will to follow through with

one of twenty southern state officials federalism, Skinner said, "I transportation problems, and he also the correct policy to bring about
invited to discuss the economy and came away with the impression the demonstrated a tendency to place! significant reduction in interest rates.
the new federalism and to provide input administration is determined that these matters on the back burner." I believe the President is sincere in Electric &
l to the administration regarding slates assume as much responsibilityas The President said he believes his his efforts to provide a stable Hayes

i jj the effects of Reaganomics on the possible for solving their problems program will turn the tide on high interest economy. I am not sure that I share
[I!f- states. and setting their own priorities according rates. The problem is that past the same degree of confidence in the
t "I was very much impressed by the to their own particular cir- administrations have made similar President's overall economic pro- Air
President's commitment to his cumstances." promises to the American people and gram. Conditioning
economic policies particularly with Skinner related that the group exI' never followed through with the


( 355 N. Temple Ave 964.8744
Too Much
Watering
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May Cause PollutionThe


turf grass landscaper:;
source of water pollution could Make sure your sprinkling system Victor Model 120
be in your own back yard or front applies water uniformly. Don't mix
We
yard, for that matter, if you have a heads or let the reach of two have the one! ,
turf grass lawn, according to Univer- sprinklers overlap excessively. r Electronic Calculator

sity' of Florida soil scientists. Know how much water your ..
There! are close to one million acres system applies over time. Place a coffee ...
of turf in Florida George '
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grass says can near the sprinkler and
Snyder of the UF's Institute of Food measure the time it takes to collectone .
and Agricultural Sciences. Home inch of water. .Z"70's'.
lawns account for 65 percent of this Adjust your watering according
total and at last count Floridians were!
to time of year. In winter you may
spending about $25 million a year to need to water only twice a month. In --2 ; -
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fertilize their lawns. Reg. $139.00
summer; you may need 'to water
Pollution problems stem from over- every two days in dry weather or not
watering and overfertilizing. One of at all during the rainy season. Wait
the problems with irrigating turf Sale . '
until the grass begins to look wilted Carbon Mm
grass here in Florida is that so muchof before watering. Nylon fabricCorrection
it is on sandy soils which t
grown tJp
hold very little water, said Snyder. rain.- Avoid watering before a heavy $ 1 2 9 c'm .Green Red Blue., Brown

Consequently it's easy to wash Look for the words"slow release"or
away fertilizer, with the lawn "nonsoluble" on fertilizer labels.
sprinkler, he said. Nitrogen in this type of fertilizer will The newest Smith-Corona*
The results? A triple whammy. not wash away as quickly.
Water is wasted valuable fertilizer is electric
Don't be fooled by the word portable. ..
lost, and underground and surface "organic." Organic fertilizer leachesas

water supplies are in danger of con- quickly as inorganic if it is soluble. THE Used
tamination from nitrogen leached out .. Lime your lawn to reduce Coronamatic 2200
of the soil.People nitrogen solubility if soil is OFFICE
your

of water usually per irrigation.apply about But an inch that acidic.- Encourage deep root growth with h \\ SHOP. \\ TypewritersFor $39900

figure is designed for the northern high and frequent mowing. llOW.CollSt

part of the country, where root zones About one half of the pollution in 964-5764 Sale .
can hold more water, he said. Florida's waterways is from indirect, f Sark..fta. $50"T'---d."I-= '"Allowance'on
"I recommend applying only about! called -"nonpoint" sources such as .", .. . 4 ,
one-half" inch of the water per Irrigation turf grass lawns and other land areas, J any'SCM'2200, 2500 or
Snyder said. according to the Florida Departmentof
Snyder also had these tips for the Environmental Regulation. Electronic TypewriterFOR


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Hillcr..t. trees $500 "CARPENTRY
Larg. AND MASONRY WANTED Work on. w..k.off Starke Ads
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down $146.44 p.r month. down, 12 percent Interest. rang. S35. DING MACHINES FOR I .
WORK Building patios additions 6 one w..k. Good Gov't Auctions. For Directory Times :. ,
Phon. 473-4058 or Phon. "73. 058 after 6p.m. refrigerator carpet mo. RENT Union County .,
473-4367 after 6 p.m.7/1 4tchg 6/17-7/8 remodeling, lease. No pets, $350 lit wages. Call 496-3989 from call 805-687-6000 Ext. 85 SW 2nd Av.. lake
homes and tile work. Fr. and 8:30: until 5. Itpd 7/1. Call refundable.
tfnchg GUNS AMMO AND TEARGAS last plus security 1136. 4tpd Butl.r. Phon. 496-2261 for PERSONAL PERSONAL
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Gunsmithlng and estimates. Phon. 473-4473 475.2064.6/24 tfnchg 7/1 7/87/157/22. more Information: "TFN I '
during day. 7/1 tfnchg REAL 10/1. -** 112X70 *--' SERVICES
Keystone Heights, owner restoration. Assault and SERVICESJ
financed 12 p.rc.nt In d.f.nc. weapons. NEW GUYS IN TOWN! C.J. ESTATE MOBILE HOME 'QI, I II : '
terest. Lot on clear sand Wholesale to .v.ryon. and Arnold. Mobil. Home HELP PERSONAL RENTS bedroom, 2 full I BATHTUBS ft SINKS WANTEDt Daytime children
bottomed lak., to and Welding. 24 hr. WANTEDEXECUTIVE SERVICES baths of land between t '
priced Example .357 MognuTi Repair LOOKING FOR a special on ocr. Reflnlshed-'ln :tyoui home. and babysitting. Christian
tell from 9900. On. to $169. Nights and Emergency Service. piece of property If I Lake ..Butler'and Guotonteed.) Free couple. State Rd. 323 S.
thr. acre with nice tree weekends, please call 473-2567 or 4737160. 7/1 don't have It. I'll find It-Just CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIESl Starke. Highway frontage.I estimates Also bath tubs, ..68-, 1603. 7/1 ItchgHOMES :
from $3.600. $500 down 684-2272. 4tchg 6/24 -7/15 tfnchgMISCELLANEOUS DIRECTOR For ask...-JANE S. USHER Fr.. estimates local Also available' July 10th sinks,i and) ..hower'Iii.. -4-
$50 a month. Commercial 79CAMPION MOTORHOME Cloy County Mental distributors for compl.t.ly 12X60 2 bedroom.i 2 full
Health, and REALTOR 496-2126 or cleaned. IUltra-Gloxe. Call
investment Drug Alcohol baths loc tion. ,
frontage opportunity 19' Transvan Dodg. 360 washable nationally near same :
496-2903 "Your
SR21N. Owner- Services and Int.rlm Director eves. Phone"96-2842.-1 7/1. 964.8903.3/1.. ,.! tfn
Dual Air, Lots of Extras. Union Realtor tfn advertised Gard..". tchrf, I FOR SALE
salesman. 473-4375.7/1 Excellent condition, ; Hope Council Inc. Executive 3/26. County Draperies. SAW Enter I CHILD CARE Newborn Inpreschttotl

tfnchg $9.000.473.3942. Itpd 7/1 Director will be FOR All YOU REAL ESTATI prl.... Ed or Loma INSURANCE.MAINES lunch, snacks .
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA WOODED ACREAGE In SIN GO. AMERICAN responsible for d.v.lopm.nt NEEDSiCall V.n.ra Brown st.ph.n. 496-2219. shady fenced.play yard. LARGE SPANISH SYTIE. 4
access lots from $5,500 Belmore Cr..k, Clay Coun LEGION HALL. SR21. of m.ntal comprehensive 496-3022, Sandy Haz.n 51 1 I80TFN. INSURANCE AGENCY Phone,964-5610, 6/IO. !flit i BR., 2, BA fully carpeted
$500 down $71.74 p.r ty. Lot 12A 5 ocr., Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public In county and health 496-3994.v.s or G.rrl lennon NOTICEi Contrary Mary's 160 S. Lak. Avs:.'Lok. chg home. CH/A, court yard
month. Discount on .ntlr. $13,000; Lot 13A 5 acres, vited.4/1 tfnchg drug alcohol abuseand 496-3140. Tiffin\ and Gard.n, SR 121 In Butl.r. 4963978. Complete CHILD CAREs In my'flam. patios. On 3 acres of land.
10 acres. On. Wat.rfront 15000. Call 14752197. ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSI b. formed prevention to agency functions to Ow.n., Inc. Realtors RI. 2 LaCrosse, will b. closed Insurance Service. TFN"FANTASTIC Any age $0-225. Lawtey. 75000. Call 964-6433.
lot. Call 4734375. 7/1 Itpd 7/1 Clo..d of several assume Box 788 lake Butler( Fl. Thursday. July 1 thru Mon on. child V23: two 5/27 tfn.,
tfnchg U BASS BOAT 65hp motor, separateagencies day July 5. Itchg 7/1. a e S e a
meetings Monday 8 p.m.Op.n tfn chg. 86.FOR. children $35. phone FOUR BEDROOM 2 baths,
90"gold ; Ongoing -
CLEAN. CONFORTABLE fuel pump two gas tanks, 8 responsibility s" I :9I'
sofa. Only $75. S.. at batteries, electric trawl.r meetings Friday for development, BLUEBERRIES. 7823634. Phone 782-3634. d.n. workshop' gard.n
Monitor office or call motor galvanized trall.r. p.m.. Alanon All Monday 8p.m. planning, and directing activities SALES FOR RENT varieties at Schretsmannl'Farm. 6/104tchg7/1 area lots of pecan trees.

73.2210.7Iltfnchg Great condition. Call Educational meetings Community at of this agency. Interim 241-A In Providence.* CHRISTIAN MOTHER of Cool shady quiet,
Building I
GOT A CIOUDV PICTUREf 473-4274. Itchg 7/1 Church 473-2790 or Directorship of BEDROOM, 3 BATH MOBILE HOME OR RENT 'Yaw pick or w. plck'I'' three will babysit In 46000. Phone 9645610.-
Ag.ncy responsible, for CB/IRICK HOME With my 6/10 If chg.
ft TV ant.nnea.45. extra
high NEW 4-LEGGED SWING SET 4752130. 4/1 tfn chg. Furnished with AC no T7J5-0211 for home. Infant to
Alr.ady disconnected. $100; 1910 large antique OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo substance abuse and larg. swimming pool kids, no pets. Phon. I I I, 6:30 5:30. Fenced preschool TWO BEDROOM frame
473-2210. 7/1 tfnchg counseling In program notunder landscaped yard several yard home in Lawtey on nice
dresser with large mirror. dues, fees or welgh- 496-23C8. TFN 6/3. --- --- hot lunches
and .
direct supervision of out with 2.5 I snacks.For corner lot. Clifford
$150; Chair and cabinets In., open meetings Tuesday buildings Martini!
$75; End table. $40; Twin 7:30 p.m.. St. Ann.'. clinical psychologist/physi" acres, located on SR 18 more Information call 96-4.71..5.6/2. 2tchg 7/1
clan. Must have 964-6543 after 530. 6/24
beds with mattress and Episcopal Church Ma.t.r.Deijr n.ar Worthington Springs, WATER FRONT HOME, new
Steve BroadwayTREE box springs, headboards, Keystone Heights. In Clinical CounselIng owner financ., Call 2tchg 7/1 subdivision 2 BR 1 bath
n.w $100 each; Sears exercise 473-2790 7/1 tfnchg. Administration Social 496-3625 after' 7 p.m. TFN JONES BULLDOZING and large living room with:
SERVICE bike, blue and I BINGO -Lions Club across Work or related fl.ld. 2/4. Land Clearingcall, cathedral ceiling, CASH,
whit., $90; Bar with 3 from high school. Minimum of 4 year* experience 4 and 4/10 ACRES Of LAND 964-8063 or 964.6477.6/21 fireplace, broad loom;
Removal seats, $75. Call 473-3280 Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 with at least 2 In 7 mil. S of Lake Butler off 2tchg 7/1 throughout, many extras,
.up.rvl.ory/ad. SR 121 with from. home. EXPERT CARPEMTEIIYi
Itchg 7/1 p.m.: Regular, 7:30 p.m. REALTOR Pain. priced to ..11. 52500.
Trimming AKC COLLIE PUPS. 4 soble Public Invlt.d. 4/1 tfn chg. mlnlstratlve capacity. S.nd 11000. will negotiate. ting I wall paper call Roy. Gainesville Lake Front.Trust :
and whit., $125; On. Blu. resume not lat.r than July Phone 496-2253 George 964.7455.6/24 2tchg 7/1
Free Estimate M.rl., $150. Phon. 16, 1982 to Mental Health, Gr..k. Itpd 7/1. JANE S. USHER, 475.1121.6/212tchg;.;
473-3295 Itpd 7/1 P.O. Box 566. Green Cove CUSTOM BUILT BRICK CRUMPTONS CLEANING 7/1
473-4732 FOR RENT Springs, Fl.\ 32043. 2tchg HOME:2 bedroom, 1 bath REALTORYour SERVICE New construction

HOMES FOR 7/1-8 fireplace, family room access Union County i Realtor lake homes by hour or by Motorcycle
After 5 P.M. 4 OFFICE SPACIfacIng RETIRED COUPLE 'ormanag.m.nt to Lak. Butler. Mary |lob. 475-2841., 7/1 4tchg
SALEDEERWOOD
Lawr.nc. Blvd. N.xt doorto of local Moeller Realtor. 3764471. 360 N. Main St, 7/14 1974 550 FOUR HONDA _

I Kejrstonejjeiajits'f.ara'B HILLS 3-large Andrews Drugs. Call business part time 2tchg 7/1 7/8.. 496.2126 496-2903 PIANOS TUNED and Motorcycle Runs good.
4733411.41 tfnchg. If.! THUNDERBIRD Ml NICYCLI -
mobile home ..It.avallabl. Repaired. 964-4907. FreeEstimates Asking $600 will
bedrooms, 2-full baths,
I UNFURNISHED HOUSE New, : 6 months old asking
Call 73-7156-
IIINERtlay negotiate.
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LISTINGS
Please call NEW on repair. 7/1
doublewlde M.M.
on Lake G.n.va. 300 h. $200. Also laying hen. $1.ach.
on after and
6
2-acr.s 27000. lak. front. No children or 473-3193. Btchg 7/1 8/19 Call 4963810. Itpd 'Very neat and attractive CB home with add'I corner 4tchg 7/22 weekends p.m."/' tfn anytime
SERVICESElaotrto WOODLAND DRIVE 3-BR $275 mo. Jax 7/1. lot. Shaded by many pecan tr.... Close to hospital.
pets. per NEED CASH 1978 SUZUKI 100 2300
QUICK% What
I 1 Bath. 1,400 sq. h. Central 786-6044. 4tchg 6/10-7/1 SCIENTIFIC SALONlrTvltes 2 BEAUTIFUL POOOLB pup. Shown by appt. only. Own.r may flancne to qualified do you hove% W. buymost miles. $595. Call 473-2214.
H/A 38000. Call STORE BUILDING 1.000 sq. stylist and costylistsfor PIESi for 10''.. $35 _h. buyer. 5/20 tfn
Keystone Height Realty weekend.. .3 Acres, CA Roberts Rd., financed. everything of value.
I1S41S41N It. In front of Keystone PostOHk. Interview. Must go this near owner. 1979 SUZUKI 057M with
on Positionrequires 964-8961 1 after 5
Inc.. REALTOR 473-4961. on Commercial Cir ba.lc skills In Elizabeth Mann, I mites 10-15( acres, owner financed. p.m. 7/1 Faring. 13500 miles, 1
4734212.pairs .-. !tfnchg 3/13.: cl. Call 473-2149 or evenIngs ting perming and colors cut., North of Lak. Butler on SR Home, business. Income property 2'/4\ acres, very LOCKSMITHBURGLARALARMS 4tchg 7/22 owner garaged new
I 413.2014.4tchg 6/10 \ 121. Itchg 7/1. neat mobil. home. Includes 900 ft. highway frontage.Has tires, brakes and chain
I i Ii PERSONAL 7/1 as well as committment to 1966 CHEVROLET 2 door odd1)) trailer site for Income. Also Ig. commercialbldg. 24 Mrs. Service. $1800. call Richard Hall.

-.. Of SERVICES SBR, 1 Beth central HI A. recommend professionalhome sedan good tires, radio for shop or mail bu.In.... Call.for appt. today. 964-5849. 1320 South 473-3152 after 5. 6/17
MajorIradfars ..,....Sliver Lake. access, hair'care products. and runs' good Call Great opportunity Walnut St.,.at,the Outfit, 3tchg 7/1

ippllau.1ervlag c-AIPINT"---W. U! SIM me. Keystone Heights Anticipate continuous 496-3548. Itpd 7/1. .If you want a particular piece of property home, ters.. 5/13 tfnEXPERIENCED 77 SUZUKI RMIOO DIRT BIKE
work, kitchen Realty.( Inc. REALTOR 479491. training and upgrading MUST SEU-1978 IMTIRNATIONAL -. PAINTIRiDoes'
$ } I Remodeling business, don't hesitate to call us or come by. There Runs strong. $300. 82 Honda
cabinets, and trim 4/1 Clay Coaftll.s carp.nt.r. Reasonable 2.'. COTTAGE on lake call for Int.rvl.w Harrow cultivator and sale. painting. Free estimates, Street Legal only 200
Law.... Er price. Call 473-2477. after Brooklyn. $150 per _k. appt. at 475-2711. Doris planter. $4.800. Phone neat work. Call 964.3177. miles $400.473-39..2. Itpd

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: Hwy 229, lawley FOR SALE FOR SALE YARDSALEI' HOMES FORRENT FOR RENT

'i r.-: New & Used 2 POLLED ; I :FOR SALE o
: HERFORD
35 MM PENTAX MXt 2 lens, BIG YARD SALE 3 families. MIMOSA MANOR MOBIll i: FURNISHED APTSi utilitiesincluded
: Color TV'sAntenna's breeding bulls approx. flash attachment carryingcase Friday Saturday Lawnmowers 'WORK WANTEDi Clerk HOME PARK mobile homei I> : cable TV
-i; 1200 to 1400 lb.. 4 years and assesorles Call bikes, furniture, Typist seeks port-time and spaces for rent available. From $100 per
Spec in receiving old. 964-5088 9648762. 783-3951 leave message. tools, cars clothes, lots of employment. 9646902.71 Recreational vehlclei> month will consider payment .
6/10 TFNHORSi 7/1 2tchgl8REGISTERED ,' miscellaneous off 301 welcome. Phone 468-2912. 208 : ar
;;: Channel's 30 & 47 STOCK TRAILERS New 2tchg 78tXPIRIENCIDl Bl-Weekly. N.
FEMALE BOX- North on Hammond. TFchg Cherry St. 7/1 Itpd
t. Bulldozer :
782.3577 paint In good condition, ERi Have to see to appreciate. 7/1 Itpd mechanic, ,wanted .HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng UNFURNISHED small two eruJllIt
:; 9 am 7 pm ,"/, ?? $1,400. 9646503. after 4. Very good with 301 N. mllerlrom: City ,;tlm.. after work 'part.and room TV; and air; bedroom house Mature
6/3TFN
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\ E BLUEBERRIES U-PICKi children. Write If' interebted. limits Big Yard Sale Gall weekends.. $5 hr or by job. Underwood Motel, 3 miles couple $175 per month.
50
cart, bed much North of
P.O. Box 61 antique Starke on Hwy. Security deposit. No
964.5606, 8 to 6. 7/1
: FOR SALE cents per pound. Phone Starke, Fla. 32091. 7/1 misc. FrI. & Sat... July 2 ft 3. 7/8 2tchg 301. 10/9tfn children or pets. 9645417.
9646593. 6/10 TF chg Itchg 7/1 ItpdCLOTHING 3 BR,' 1 BA LIVING ROOM. 7/1 Itpd PHONE 964-7776 03
DIESEL MECHANIC To
help
17 DOUBLEWIDE Mobil.Home .
E' ) odds and ends, dining &
iUSED ALUMINUM PLATES maintain small Heel of room kitchen ONE APT 1 bedroom living
: Central air heat '
. -" Friday& Saturday cross central heat and air. In room large kitchen, bath. N. Temple Starke
I
24x36". 25 cents each. U. fully carpeted. Excellent tractor trollop Must be ,
WANTEDAXLES railroad In front of shall ( Phone
Hampton.
4681779.
No children 237
no pets. S.
ad In experienced and to
;: printing n.wlpaper.Greot condition. 2 BR. 2 full willing
station. 7823200. 7/1 ((1st months In odvance.S7
rent
Thompson Starke. 7/1
;-, for minor repair baths, and DR. 964-8809. work. Must have tools.
tfn
'.:jobs. Bradford County 6/24 4tchg 7/14 & TIRES: 2 axles + 4 Itchg 96.4.6619.7/1 "2 97/8 Itchg SPECIALS
;-, Telegraph. 4-6305.. tfn. REALISTIC TCR 437 Bese tires. We pick-up. $100; LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR 1 3 BR, V/t BATHs, large bay windows on 1.7 acres, near
BA
J CARPET. NEW & USED Furniture Unit with power mike 50 You deliver $125. Ollns HELP CARS & on furnished.Crosby Lake One Partially master BR, den with mortgage, $39,600 at !'/ %, double

-: & appliances. foot cable antenna. $200. Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. lease. $225 yrs. fireplace, separate dining iq. ft.. e superb value for $85.000.

: Plumb. fixtures and pipe. Call 9647813. 6/24 2tchg 100 W Starke. 9645606. WANTEDINFORMATION' TRUCKS1q79 Inc.,per 282-5201.mo. W.lg.1R.ally. 1/28 room large kitchen and living with bar room anddl.hwo.h.r. lots IB. 19. 20 on Point View Rd. *
:-: BARGAIN CENTER US-301 7/1 TFchg tfn Keystone Lake $6400 caih.

v So.. 9646679. 2/5 tfn.DO.DROP.IN BICYCLES Used good condi ON Cruise CHEVROLET Half ton KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS with hugh shadedlot 30.16 acres, secluded, yet
\;. BARGAIN tion. Boys, Ship Jobs, Gr.ot income pick-up. Aulo. transmis plenty of pecan tanks,
girls mens YARD SALE for rent at low trees. $350 near septic owner financing.
plus deposit byoppolnlm.nl
:HOUSE: 301 South. potential all occupations sion. Top condition. Call .
womens reasonable weekly rates. Call Temple of prim. Bradford County farm property.
: 964-6740. We buy and sell prices. We repair & recon Call 312.7 1-97BO. Dept. 533-2066. alter 6 PM. 5/20 Motel, 964-7357.2/18 EOW 5/27 IfnHOUSE 782.3741. the Strawberry County Rd. 225.
L.. used furniture and app dition most bikes. Some HOUSE OF BARGAINS SeeIng 2120. Call Refundable. tfn
PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. FOR RENT 4 BR Neat pecan trees, azaleas and beautiful
;Z (lances. 8/13 tfn'RECONDITIONED parts In stock more com I. Believing! 212 Call 6/24 41pd 7/15 1977 CHEVY BLAZER: Air. nished efficiencies and 1 house unfurnished lawn .
.. TVS Col. ing. George Ricks St., V a.m. to 5:30 DAVIS BARBERING I HairDesigns PS, PB, excellent condi $300
Salvage p.m. BR *
opts. weekly or mon month. First, last deposit home Starke Golf S Country Club.
or. starting at $100.00.Trade.ln' Yell CosmetologistWanted tion. Low mileage, $4450.
9645184. 7/1 Itpd come see us at our thly. NEW FURNISHED
lease. and
Call the best
964-7521. 6/24 Huge fireplace, designer
.welcome. Call 4732214. 5/20 fin
Phone good ,
74 DODGE SEMI-TRUCKi new location. 3/1 BHn pay paid
.964-8212.6/11 tfn vacation, need Immediately CARS AND TRUCKS Most STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple 2tchg 7/1 3 BR, 2 baths 2 car garage,
4200. Call after 6. MOVING SALEi Furniture.dishes Ave., Starke. 3/11 tip 9/02
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IREWOOO: White oak and 473-3621.7/1 Itchg clothing, books. contact David 2596277. makes and models udner -- many lot.
CLEAN MOBILE
HOMES for
: $5 truckload 6/24 2tchg 7/1 $200. Sold through local .with I ac., approx.2100 sq. ft. 4
;jT pine per ; 7 MONTH Old Female Saturday July 3, 8 a.m. till rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto PERSONAL
:_. Oak 44'.. $30 half cord. Perklnese. 964-8163. Aft.r / Two miles south on CARING FOR LIVESTOCK government sales. Call prison. Call 468-1323. $ at 11'/ %
J Call Sunshine Acres, 6. 7/1 Itchg Road 100 follow signs. 7/1 and light maintenance. 40 1-714-5690241, ext. 4413, 4/1 tfnMOBILE SERVICESBILL'S 3 BR. 1'/. BA, Nearly new pretty

:-: 964-7699, or come out bettj 17 FORD GRANADAi llpd hour work week, split for directory, on how to HOMES FOR RENT 41000.
: ween 930; a.m. and 2:30 $650 Phone 7823307. 7/1 GIANT YARD SALE: Just shift 3 days. 485-1817. purchase. 6/17 3tpd 7/1 mile from Starke city SAW SHOP Complete four lots, $5,000 par lot.
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Sj p.m. and well load for Itchg moved here hove too 6/24 2tchg 7/1 1979 CUSTOM Chevy Pick. limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. sharpening service, circular Beautiful view one of the finest
3 you. 1/28 tfn FEGGERS AIR CONDI. many possessions. Baby REGISTERED NURSES: Licensed Up. Good mileage like Call 4681323. 4/1 tin hand, carbide, $75.000 down. owner financing -
1 LAKE CROSBY Canal lot 100 TIONERs 18,000 BTU. Antl- crib. sink, clothes, lots of Practical..Nurses, State new. 964-8496. 6/24 2tchg NICE ROOMS FOR RENTi chain, mower blade hollow .
55 X 125, 6500. 16499624. que Singer Sewing toys pillows, twin bed Employment Benefits. All 7/1 Colored TV and air, $40 per ground and balanced financing at 12'/.% for well
S 7/1 4tpd 7/22 machine 964- 803 or books, trash and treasure. shifts available. Medical 1974 FORD RANGER XLT week and up. Wall to wall leave at Jackson Building .. price $63,500 with $20,000 down
E; COQUINA SHELL for 4963761. Itchg 7/1 Great deals. 510 Cherry surgical operating personnel 3/4 ton pick.up, PS, PB, carpet Call 964.9992, ask Starke
53 driveways. Also Cypress 1 LOT 84'x309', hard top St., Friday Only, 84. 7/1 or out patient clinic. A/C, Heavy Duly Suspension for mother. 6/3 tin Supply In Lake, KeytsoneHeights Bull.r.TFNchg * * *
& chips. Llmerock P-gravel frontage with all city service Itchg Call personnel Reception low mileage, good APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED or GET YOUR FEET WET

j: Drainfield rock concrete has nice large oak FRI I SAT July 2 & 3. 7:30: to Medical & Center Lake condition $2495. Itchg 7/1 1 BR, $160; 2 BR. $175; .... lots 4 4 5 Geneva Creek. Appros 1
=:; grovel building sands & and pine ihode tr.... 6. Pots, pans, dishes, Butler Fla. ((904)496-2222.) 1967 DODGE TRUCK 4 BR house, $300. 9647521. ALCOHOLICS Ac. 515.000 ea. or $21.000 .both.
;3 A-I top soil. Large or small $7500 with some terms. silverware, sheets, 7/1 ItchgLOOKING CREWCABt 69 Fairlane, 69 6/3 tfn. ANONYMOUS: Phone 2 BA, fenced enclosed shed
large
Jj loads delivered. Phone 964801. Itchg 7/1 bedspreads, sewing FOR CHALLENGING Mercury 72 Ford Wagon 2 BR HOUSE: Central 964.5148 or 964.7619. .
:: 782-3172. Allen E. Taylor. CASE. BACKHOE loader machine, 22 out. rifle, EMPLOYMENT? Must 62 Ford Van $300 each. hs-at/air fenced TFchg
S Lawtey. 7/1 tfnchg $2000 or best offer. baby bed. carseat HI. be eager to learn I Patient 4682711.71 ItchgMISCELLANEOUS carport SEWING MACHINES Lot with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
gas yard $350 month First S .
Little Ik. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110.000.
J; SMALL CHILDS PONY gentlegelding Front end loader for $325. choir, axe, shovel, dinettetable care technician needed. last months rent plus REPAIRED: All makes '
::= with saddle, bri- Homelite 80 chainsaw$300 & chair double bed, Monitor care of patients cleaning deposit. 333 N. cleaned, oiled and adjusted t PROFIT LATER
i JJ die. 782-3675.7/1 Itchg and several other Items.Rt. guitar, chlldrens clothes, during hemodlalysis treat Walnut Call 964.7347 or $15. Work Lake ., double wIde pool.
7 ml. south of ment. Hours: 10 hr. days, 4 ..... BA CH/A.
;; FIBER ED ALUMINUM ROOF 1 Box 930 lawtey or call carpets. 5332157. TFN 6/17 guaranteed. James
ri; COATING $29.95 5 782-3613 and leave Starke on Rd. 100. tpd 7/1 day week, 2 week paid TRADE 1 ACRE wooded STUDIO APARTMENT: $200. Strickland corner MorganRd. ....239.17 on paced SRD.11. 1.635
;3 j Fibered Snow per White gal. number. 7/1 Itpd SCRATCH & DENT Home Interiors vacation, plus other fr.inger country lot for City lot any Phone 964.7347 or and Hwy 16. TFNchg Ac. Good Buy!
y Mobile Home Roof Coating 19.7 VW BUG with new sale. Lots of odds benefits. Call North site. Call 4733581. 6/24 5332157. TFN 6/17 CHAIN LINK FENCE Install lawtey. 3 BR. CH/A. Approx. 1500

:::: $34.95 per 5 gal. Starke 1973 rebuilt engine, lets and ends. Also clothes & Florida Kidney Center, 2tchg 7/1 TWO HOMES FOR RENT: Inside ed. Free estimates. HandyMan sq. pv'd. driveway garage.
t; Paint Center 9648181. than 50 miles on motor. misc. 1103 Pratt St Sat. Gainesville, Fla. 3772421. BAKER l.P. GAS INC. Family city of Starke. Both 3 Fence Co. 9648559. 7.99 Rd. 14x60' MH. metal born pecan
.: 4/15 tin New clutch and pressure July 2. 85. 7/1 Itchg 7/1 Itchq owned A operated. We bedroom 1 home AC, appliances tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER .. 31000.
... plate. $750. Call 9648106. strive to alve better orlces Lots St. Crystal Lk. Homesites. $4 900.
:I? ELECTRIC .QUE grills .rvlc. furnished rent REPAIR: Call
5 We solicitcustomers
V new. On stand, $40; tableS 7/1 1tpdBLUEBERRY who" their $350 plus deposit. For the Office Shop, 110 W. prop. Many uses. Approx. 1 ac.
models $25. Call 964.5251 PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS tanks. We ..11. tent own tanks appt. to see write P O. Box Call St., Starke, for details. / SALE'I bldgs. Extras too numerous to list.
:f; after 5 p.m. 4/22 tfn 6 furnish 424 Starke, Fla. 32091. 9645764. tfn 120 H. on US301. Good buy!
3 BLUEBERRIES! You pick or > SEASON AD-. I cylinders. Hours 6/24tfn .. wooded ac. lots, terms. Clean
8:45 to 6:30! Sbt.'8:45 to 311" GLASS CUT TO ORDER
J We pick on erderjMon. .. VANcEsJql1; better FURNISHED APARTMENT: 1 hills. Tennis courts.
,.3 Sot., 8 6:30rs7m.; :K.3Q: :. > hurry. ever;te, Sch.....-. 1.2 & 3 Bedroom ApIS. P..Jhane 2596810.7823.4'\ cf7/22 bedroom furnished apartment .ut JACKSON>"9/%. ?:.windows BUILDING,SUPPLY etc, .. Hwy. 301.'Trailer park?

4 630. 2 miles east of t monn's Form on 241-A In 4t From '130" to '275" I :'Z\4I. It $140 month. First, ,'9646078. Orders also .5 Well. elec. pole septic tank
i Orange Heights and 1 3/4 Providence while we still last deposit 'lease, call ....78 and Wilson Rd.
:;::: miles North on 200 A., see hove plenty of lovely i 964-7521. 6/24 2tchg 6/31 taken In lake BUtler. .40 High and rolling.
-Gt 496-3079 and I : UNFURNISHED APARTMENT
, sign Lorignecker. fruit. You pick or we 1530 W. Madison LAND
473-4973. 2/26 tfn
475-1151, 473-2702. 6/3 pick. For Information, Phone 964-6312 One 1 bedroom apartment
TFN 7550211. EQUAL"0011II8 FOR SALES unfurnished, $150 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
\ month, first last, SERVICE: Bradford County
a. a p p s a. S S a. p pporluolly deposit,
lease. Call 964-7521. 6/24 residential pump-outs,
ACRES Two miles SW of 2tchg 71UNFURNISHED $50. We also re-lay drain Classified Ads

kid tx/ r'- FOR SALE Raiford on C793. Paved APARTMENT lines. Phone 964-8121. Get Results
VACUUM road frontage $1,600 per Two 2 bedroom unfurnished 5/28 IfnchgPROFESSIONAL
Maytag Washing Machine acre. Jacksonville apartments, $175 Car CleanIng -
/ SALENEW tin month First last, deposit
7815171.520 Service. Cleaned
7Realtor & USEDWe $175. Approx. 1 year old with 3 cycles. lease. Call 964-7521 6/24 washed, vacuumed !!" "

I Finance Our Own Seen at 1313 W. Madison St. (Hwy 100W) 2tchq 7/1 sanitized and deodorized. Chill. Cut and.Wrap"

.: Relax:...jjn*..pool .. KIRBYS I Thursday after" ,5 pm Friday after 3 pmSaturday $7.00 delivered pick-up or your place.and
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onT .4
while enjoying ROYALS .tnt < and ) Call 964-7226 ask for Den I ,

your,4'BRr 2 BAHfl9n,4 EUREKAS: &SundayAll_ Day o' \; l/ nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY

ac. HOOVERS OJ ..I lu,, .' S HAIRDESIGNERS
Country Estate.COMMERCIAL. ELECTROLUX \ ,3 ..96''Il:; MEAT MARKET
3 144 W. Call St.
FILTER QUEENS JIIoUH .J' ..s
t'j\ 6'.2- 964-7303 Pen to the Pan
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'In plenty of time for the 1982-83 danger of injury and death from firearms and destructive devices, Amended Section 843.18, Florida
'I school year, the Florida Legislature unrestricted movement by young with the intent to unlawfully use the Statutes, will affect a few of the Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)
enacted a law that will enhance the children in cars. Children three yearsor training to cause a civil disorder In state's many boat operators. If a boat 91 Vasectomies
I power of school administrators while younger must have a separate carrier the United States,a felony of the third owner now refuses to stop upon the
stiffer those while children four degree. A civil disorder order of law
imposing penalties on ages throughfive may be a a enforcement officer or
s/' who trespass on school grounds. years can be in a carrier or simply public disturbance involving a group tries to elude such an officer,that per- No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed.
,'f Other 1982 legislative targets within In a seat belt. ing of three or more persons which son is guilty of a felony of the third
the law enforcement arena ranged The new "State Anti-Paramilitary may or actually does cause damageto degree instead of a misdemeanor of QA46500thol
,, ) from requiring the use of child Act" makes instruction in the use of property within the United States. the first degree.

!'. refuse restraint to heave devices to.to boat owners who p""I J '''- -.------ ..,....--_....... -. .. 1. "".. ",.-,,_ .....

I 1 By passing House Bill 21, the
legislature authorized a school ad- :
I
; i mmstration official to take into I
custody,"any person he has probablecause A
to believe is trespassing on I
i I school grounds and detain him in a Hp
reasonable manner for a reasonable
length of time pending arrival of a
:. law enforcement officer."Before,the
administrator could not detain the
alleged trespasser Just direct him to
!eive.!
Because of the new law,the price of Qty llmt| .d. No Rain Chekt
trespassing has risen. Now, a Raid
trespasser who remains on campus Kordite 6 Pack
after he is directed to leave is guilty ofa .
misdemeanor of the first degree Bug StripReg. Plates Tab or
while those who have not so been Foam .,
directed will be guilty of a misde- S3.27
meanor of the second degree. Coca Cola
2 LiterPEPSI
While getting tough in some areas, $1.23
the legislature also showed compas-
sion and provided funds to cushion the 2.47 I
.I blow of rape and spouse abuse. sale 50 Plate Pkg 1.27 .:
Because of the 1982 Legislature, Section ..
794.07, Florida Statutes now requires ...
the Bureau of Crime Compen- 88
sation, of the Division of Workers' .
Compensation,to pay the medical ex- .&& Off ea.
penses for an initial physical ex- Req
amination of rape victims, unless the insect RedwoodPicnic Round Redwood b
victim is covered by insurance If the h

insurance does not pay the full Table Picnic Table i ... ... .... : .
amount, the Bureau is to pay the Repellent .
balance, up to $150. (
Florida Statutes 409.62,as amendedin $5@ S69sae
sale
1982,deals with"Spouse Abuse," a s 1.9gc' sale
term related to "a person to whom
another is married ,is now separatedor Reg. S79.00 Reg. $89.95
divorced" that has suffered any
"assault, battery or other physical
abuse inflicted by his or her spouse or Super Gabadreme
former spouse." Aqua ExplorerFloating
In its new form, the law providesthat PolyesterDouble coupe de vinePLAINS Stretch Flex .
the services of spouse abuse
centers are for separated or divorced Knits Plains 250Looff

spouses as well as married persons 60" Machine Washable 44/45" 100% Dacron
and also permits and provides fun- 60/61" Wide
ding mechanisms for these centers to Finssate Reg. $1.57 yd. Polyester- Machine 100% Polyester

Persons house the may children now of abused file complaints spouses. $ 9 washable Reg. $2.29 yd Machine washable Cu; tOnoall U t 5

alleging spouse abuse with the Clerkof .. 7 7 51 a S2 Reg. $3.79 yd.
AD selection of
the Circuit Court.In sale .... yd. Sale. yd Large
addition, the legislature has Reg. S4.67 $ 3 30ydvarious Types.of
amended,added to an deleted from a Sale ifs .
conglomeration of other laws affecting

section law 316.268 enforcement., Florida Newly Statutes created addsa By Wham0Anlotd$ Mr. Golf 4 Hole Tulip Toss

new section to the statutes requiring
the use of child restraining devices j : / Mini Golf Yard Game '.
for children five years or younger. ,
Crash tested federally approved Water course Reg. S4.99
devices are now required in an effortto
have Florida law enforcement of-
ficers make the public aware of the Bug LawnChairs $3
Reg.'11" R.g.$10.97 $4.9&

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$ & '" .. HU. a,
sale. .4. $797 Reg. S5.97
'Sale

Experts Say T.G.&Y.


Beef Co-op For Hours of Fun Chaise $097
in the SandSand Sale Lawn Mowers
Lounge ; ?
1 Reg, 512.97,3

NeededFlorida '199 Rotary Mower'W0702 Reg. S11997 f
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against harsh cattlemen economic struggling conditions Btf shovels, S. .
should consider organizing
cooperatives and changing stock S89 9 7

from breeding agricultural patterns. That's economist the word Dr. Sale 1. 2 7 .

Thomas Spreen, of the University of
Florida Institute of Food and No W0822 $15997Baseball
Deluxe Mower Reg.
Agricultural Sciences (WAS). Major League
Spreen spoke to the 31st annual souvenirHelmets
Beef Producer's short course in $129.97
Gainesville May 5-7, says part of the Gym Dandy n LaundrySwing
problem facing Florida cattlemen is
that they sell their elves to Set! Basket
Midwestern feedlots after weaning Deluxe self- Model NO. W2802
because it's been too expensive to $1 .88 with the 50 mln. frame Reg. 1.99
feed and graze the animals here. Propelled
But high transportation costs have Reg. $2.29 $88
now virtually wiped out the gap bet- BBHBBSHRHDBHIstructo 9ge Mower l $ m EC97
ween the expense of trucking the
animals out of state and finishing Reg. $79.96 Reg. $199.97 B WSpectraclde
them here,Spreen said.A difficulty is Model
that the Florida slaughter and pack- 3070 18"Picnic
ing industry isn't big enough to process .
the volume needed if Florida B White Home & GardenSprayer MOdel 1992 -
beef is to be marketed in the state'ssupermarket

chains. Fire Ant. Flower Bed Reg. 26.97
Grills
the answer,he says,may be a beef

sugar cooperatives."It's cooperative, citrus arrangement. and, similar poultry to Reg. $11.97 Killer I Fencing w/2 Gal. Tank $ yoo

really not a new idea,"Spreen $6.97 Reg. $3.99
says. "It just hasn't been tried with sale
red meat producers before.The co-op $277sale RS'1$1'719 /
would feed,slaughter and market the | j. .
cattle and the profits or losses wouldbe NOW
Wide
All Metal Mouth
allocated back to the ranchers.
They'd share the risk equally. You'd Reg. $24.97
have enough cattle available to PintJars
operate the feedlot efficiently and .LawnChairs ice cream '
market the beef to the foodstore

chains.Spreen" said that a change: in o

breeding patterns may also help cat- sale CHURNS I S3.97
tlement in marketing their animals. Reg.
"When we try to sell our animals in
the fall, we're competing with all of $15.OOStructo 40tReg.$29.97..sal.$1997 '
the Plaines states producers who .
didn't have totransport their cattle
halfway across the country. $ I 097 't.t case
Marketing in the fall means having to 4 Qt Reg.17.97 Sale .
accept heavily discounted prices for
the cattle. What we need to do is $2997
market the animals in the spring, Cast Aluminum 6 Qt Reo.$39.97Sale
when the supply is low and the pricesare
better. That means helping
Florida cattlemen set the calving Gas; _
season in the fall so they'll have cattle -- : open loon.-Wed. 9-a
ready in early spring.Spreen's Ttiur.-sat.
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suggestions come at a Grills .
time when according to Animal Sunday 12.6
Science Department Chairman Hal r
Wallace,cattlemen are facing record Reg.$169.00 open Sunday, July 4 12-6
high interest rates and the productioncosts
and cattle prices are sagging CSB. visa and Mastercard Accepted
while beef demand feeling the efect sg9
of hard economic times. The short 301 SOU .Starke. LAd
course is aimed at Introducing the' sale ,
cattlemen to advanced breeding, _
feeding and herd health techniques to Good thru Mon.. July 5
help pull the industry through what'
everyone agrees will be hard times.








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