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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Nuclear power has come to the City Starke's payment will be some which would require more backup
of Starke through agreements Tues- $630,000 per year. when the nuclear plant is down. A
I C 1 F day night, July 6, to buy a share of The payments will be made at first general rule is a limit of 15 percent of
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nuclear power generated electricity by the sale of the power to Fort Pierce generating capacity for one
from Florida Power & Light's and St.Lucie then when Starke's generator. Guarriello recommended

St.Lucie Plants. parallel interconnection is completed, Starke would be safe in buying up to
For the first two years the 1,309 the city can earn even more. 500 KW more nuclear power.
kilowatts of electricity will be resold
to Fort Pierce and Vero Beach, If the 1,309 KW's of generated "I think the future is nuclear in this
because Starke now has no access to power were to be sold in Starke at to- state," said Commissioner Jimmy

the power. The city will not be able to day's rates, the return would be Crosby, who advocated buying as
use the power until its proposed around $1.2 million. much nuclear generation capacity as
parallel interconnection with FPL is The going price of nuclear power is possible.
completed which will allow electricity around $3,382 per KW, the price the After arguing over the worst and

to flow both from the city and to the cities will be paying FPL through the best scenarios presented by engineer
City of Starke.Meanwhile $240 million bond issue. But several Guarriello if the city bought no

,,if0' ',"', Starke will sell the cities may not want to purchase all nuclear if it bought some or if it buys
power and split the profits with the the nuclear power allotted them, and all it can, for over three hours the
Fort Pierce and Vero Beach. The deal the Starke council wants even more commissioners asked questions and

'\ '' will be made between the Florida nuclear power. tried to understand the options opento
Municipal Power Association Included in the agreements made the city,
Tuesday night is a capacity and sales Commissioner Charles Schaefer
(FMPA), which is made up of some 18
cities the agreement in which the city wants to first moved to buy exactly the amountof
including three above, and
"Take me out to the golf course! Florida Power & Light.It buy 500 more KW of nuclear power if nuclear power allotted the city

and Norma is the it is offered at $3,382 per KW. Jim now, the 1,309 KW, but he got no sup-
Ilerlong Jean Adams prepare to take off in Doc's new electric golf carl presented to him at a culmination of a deal work-
celebration In his honor last Saturday. Inset in upper left hand corner is the plaque and name of the"super ed out after years of legal argumentsin Bauer of FMPA said some nuclear port for that.
deluxe" golfer's cart. which the cities won a historical KW would be offered at zero premiumand After further discussion Commis-
battle to gain the right to actually own some at $100 per KW more than sioner Schaefer moved to buy up to
part of the giant FPL nuclear plant $3,382 per KW. Bauer could not quotea 500 KW more nuclear power if it is
the St.Lucie price other than zero or $100 add- available at zero premium. That motion
project. Last April the
Doc Adams Gets the 'Treatment'An federal Nuclear Regulatory Agency, tional and the council tried to leave passed unanimously.When .

FPL, and FMPA agreed for the 18 the option open by agreeing to buy up the city's proposed packagefor

outpouring of goodwill and appreciation to a "country doctor" for services in the community climaxed cities to buy 62 megawatts of St.LucieNo. to 500 KW more that zero premiumand increasing its electricity
Saturday in a Doc Adams Day golf tournament and dinner at the Starke Golf and Country Club. More 2 capacity, Of that Starke's very saying it wants a chance when generating capacity is completed the
than 400 friends, patients,and non-patients joined"Doc" and Norma Jean his"patient" wife, who once said small share came to 412 kilowatts.In other prices are known if it doesn'tget parallel interconnection will enable
she'd "never marry a doctor" but changed her mind 41 years ago. its 500 KW at zero premium. Starke to buy and sell power. The

Highlight of the occasion was the presentation of a $2,600 E-Z Go electric golf cart to Doc, who is tem- a subsequent court battle bet Exact allocations should be workedout 1,309 KW of nuclear power will be
porarily off the while ween the cities and FPL Starke gained owned by the city, just as it owns the
golf from
course recuperating recent open-heart surgery. He's due to see his doctor by July 15, Bower said because
the first week in August and hear the verdict as to when he can tee off again at his favorite "retreat" the the right to buy 897 KW more of FMPA wants a complete to generators in the electric plant now,
Starke Golf and Country Club. nuclear power, for a total of 1,309 program except that FPL, which will retain 92

Ralph Bryan, chairman of Doc Adams Day committee, presented the surprise gift on behalf of the many kilowatts. It's the same thing as if the when present asking to a Leon for County bond circuit validation judge, percent ownership in its St.Lucie No.

donors who shared in this expression of appreciation to the man who delivered an untold number of babies / city had added a new generator says which is set for July 27. A pre- 2 nuclear generating plant,will retain
control. Starke
In the area-., one on a train halted "smack dab" in the middle of Starke. Commissioner Jimmy Crosby. validation hearing on the $240 million complete operational

e ,,,I. _i' '. _-Now' retired from private practice Doc Adams still performs his duties as physician for DuPont Company .,.i1:x ..pl. the city will sell the current issue is set July 20. .will costs pay to FPL operating for Its share and maintenance of the plant ,
employees'an assignment that has included an estimated 10,000 physical examinations since Restarted it owns and make money to make its .. Bauer and electrical engineer Nick as will other cities. .
in 1947. K.B. Platt,DuPont plant manager, commended Adams on his dedicated service to the company part of the payments of the $240 GuarrielJo of R.W. Beck & Assoc. of In future plans for the of
and noted that 33 employees of DuPont at the present time were delivered by "Doc." million bond issue FMPA is floatingat Orlando both advised the commissioners group

14 percent interest for 35 years. not to buy too much nuclear! (see Nuclear Power..., P.3A)



a Quiet Campaign as Qualifying Opens for City and County Elections I



Opening guns of the 1982 off-year city campaign seeking a second J.T. Parrish, Dist. 5, have also said
election campaign were pretty quiet term. First primary in Starke is Sept. they intend to qualify for third terms.

Tuesday with only four incumbents 14, the second Tuesday in September, City commissioners Jimmy Crosby, f'
qualifying for the first primary in according to the city charter Group 3, and Travis Woods, Group 5, : ,1I Wt.f -. -nan-. .. 4

September. also said at the council meeting Tues- t .
First in and state j
primary county .
Indications so far are that all the In- elections if Sept. 7. day night Frank they intend Williams to run. .' ., .
Rep. DCrystalLake
cumbents will seek re-election. Only .
District 2 school board member has announced for the newly .
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one new candidate, Judy Becker of ..
Lawtey, who will incumbent Patricia Spengler, District 2 county reapportioned Dist. 21 state house y : .. "
oppose commissioner E.L. (Nook) Norman, seat, from which most of Starke and .
Arthur Gaskins for the Dist. 5 Lawtey C.
and Dist. 4 county commissioner western half of Bradford County has 'aY .
school board seat, has come forwardto :, .
date. Several have said E.W. Hodges all qualified Tuesday at been excepted. Challenger Lee ; .
persons ..
they will run but so far none has noon to seek new terms. Norman will Drawdy of Orange Park qualified (( ? <. .
qualified. be going after a second term while Tuesday in Tallahassee to run against AF' I '"' .

Mrs. Spengler and Hodges will be Williams. : .
Starke Group 1 commissioner Bob seeking a third term. County Judge George Pierce and .
Milner was in the city clerk's office School board members Arthur Circuit Judge Elzie Sanders, both appointed _

promptly at noon Tuesday to open the Gaskins District 1, and Chairman to their current post, have in- 1 01. ;I.



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Becker t Arthur GaskinsJudy .. ,,.'.' ,. "'"
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Becker of Lawtey has an- years.<< She taught in Iowa and in .. ..;., 1J(.. "' ,
nounced her candidacy for the Duval County Florida before comingto .". \ "
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District 1 seat on the Bradford County J Bradford County where she servedas ... ."
School Board.Incumbent '. a volunteer at Lawtey Elementary = >' .!)
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is Arthur Gaskins of .. ._ of
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teaching profession."As .
SR-225 west of Lawtey who has In- .' -
dicated he will seek a third term. a parent I am concerned that
f'I our children receive the best possible ; : !
Becker 35, is a 1967 graduate of the education. As a taxpayer, I want to ... -t

University of Northern Iowa and will see that our taxes are wisely spent. As ..:. .. .. ,.....u.i ....i.. ..tlft
receive her master's degree in secon- ] .y an educator, I have seen the problem
dary education in August from the \ from inside the classroom."I 3 Incumbents Get the Jump... =
of Florida. feel that school board member
University ; a
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.. .: should stay in contact with those she County commissioner E.L. Norman school board noon Tuesday Elections, Supervisor, Neva .. acquaints 'I
An experienced educator Becker member Patricia Spengler, and commissioner the trio
county with the requirements to be
serves and. to that end I will be actively a can-
has been directly involved in the E.W. Hodges got their names on the Sept. 7 ballot at didate.
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public schools for more than eight 1 a of seeking the constituency the concerns" and opinions

..-.. ., Becker has been involved in the dicated they intend to run lor re

music department of Grace United election. No opposition is in sight for ) : "

Methodist Church of at either. ia .."
the First United Methodist Church of Sanders was appointed late last :k. l'"

t Starke, serving at various times as year to fill a newly created judgeship
pianist, organist, choir member, and in the Eighth Circuit. His Bradford
music director. County judgeship was filled by the ap-

.,;d :j;;:,. She taught at Lawtey Elementaryand pointment of Judge Pierce.
.j currently teaches mathematicsat No county courthouse official has to

i Bradford High School, but will takea run this year.

., a ,,. leave of absence from that postion if It's a big state election however
elected making the job of school with the seats of U.S. Senator Lawton
a ... ,.. ."i board Chiles Gov. Bob czv': # Adtr
member her primary concern. Rep. Don Fuqua, : : x r' a
Judy Becker Becker and her husband, Leslie Graham and Lt. Gov. Wayne Mixon,

For Dist. have two children Mickl, 11, and Rep. George Crady (who representsthe
Announce Michael, 9. Both children attend western half of Bradford County),
Board Seat
School
Lawtey Elementary School. Secretary of State George Firestone,
MONDAY. July 12 Attorney General Jim Smith Comp 4ftt.i
BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS troller Gerald Lewis Treasurer Bill
MEETING *:30 AM 5th Annual Art Festival Set Sept. 4 in Keystone Gunter, Commissioner of Education'
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i The finn annual Festival of the $100 in the following categories: oils Ralph Turlington, and Commissionerof
EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH Lakes Art Show will be held on the acrylics watercolors, graphics, Agriculture Doyle Conner all up for f _
Vocation Bibl School .
Saturday of Labor Day weekend photography and crafts. The craft grabs. '
Thru July 17.7. PM The Dist 5 state senate seat Is va, ,'.
Sept. 4 in Theme Park downtown category will be sub-classified to .... -
cant because Sen. Sherrill (Pete)
Keystone Heights. allow for more awards. A best of show
37 TUESDAY. Juno 11 Skinner D-Lake City is challenging T
'Artist applications are now $100 prize will be awarded. Nearly .,:,:
., > ,BROOKER' COUNCIL MSITINO- available for this upcoming event by $1,000 in purchase awards will be Rep. Don Fuqua for his Dist. 2 U.S. < "
7i30PM House seat. Half a dozen have an- Putting up the qualifying fee... .
writing to Art Show P.O Box 11J3, giyen.
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Keystone Height. Fla. 32656. nounced they will run for the state Starke commissioner Bob MUner fork over his $240 riling fee to City Clerk
HAMPTON COUNCIL MEETING The entry fee for the show Is $20. The Festival of the Lakes offers a senate seat Skinner vacated. Brad- Nell! Tucker. Milner was he first to qualify In the city at noon Tuesday.
7PM First place winners will be awarded full day of free entertainment. ford Is in Senate Dist. 5.

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Almost half a million dollars will mission will be earmarked for ad figure even though it is less than the ,
flow into Bradford County and its valorem (property) tax relief. 10-mill cap placed by the state on the Robert Earl Moses, 53, of Orange '.' '
i municipalities during fiscal 1982-83 as However, the 40 percent designatedfor ad valorem taxes. "f I
Park, a pastor of Lawtey First Bap- ) .'
a result of the new five-cent sales tax this purpose applies only to .1'
tist Church for a period in 1958 will be
Next is "
"ordinary' sales tax collections, and year's millage based on a
which went into effect May 1. up for trial September 20 on two
complicated formula and has yet to
does not apply to "emergency"Some '
County government will get thelion's be computed.The separate charges of grand theft in
share of the one increasein Clay County Circuit Court.
penny
the sales tax, which the state Small! Towns following table shows 1983's Moses pleaded not guilty when arraigned
legislature raised from four percentto recommended roll-back as comparedwith in Green Cove Springs last
five percent, according to projections May Not Have 1982's actual millage: week.
. : received by Property Appraiser Rollback '82 Actual The former preacher was arrested
'; Jimmy Alvarez from the State To LevyMillage For 1983 Mlllage June 11 by the Clay County Sheriff's I
Department of Revenue. A total of Bradford County 9.430 9.337 Department as a result of complaintsfiled
$343,492 will sweeten the county's pot. City of Starke 3.838 3.621 by two Green Cove Springs
dollars. Therefore the amount goingfor
residents who said they never received -
I The City of Starke is slated for an Town of Lawtey 3.310 3.561 1
property tax relief will be around policies after Moses sold them in-
estimated $71,084. Lawtey will get Town of Brooker 3.385 3.807
around $9,548, Hampton $6,294, and $86,000, about equal to what three- Town of Hampton 3.689 3.766 surance coverage. Moses also sold,or 1
fourths of mill would return to
Brooker 5745. a levy attempted to sell, policies to several
the county. The increased sales tax revenue residents in the Starke and Lawtey
I The county total is made up of Property appraiser Alvarez has will make it possible for some small areas and gave worthless checks to at
$214,090 in "ordinary" sales tax notified the county and all Bradford municipalties to forgo any least two Starke business
, receipts, and $129,402 in municipalities concerning the roll- local millage next year unless they in- establishments. from Orange Park and appealed to policy and a Medicare supplemental
"emergency" dollars. The emergency back rate for next year's millage crease their expenditures over the Among the victims were Mr. and him to carry her to Green Cove to see policy from Moses on March 13, pay
'I funds are a bonus alloted to counties levy. The roll-back rate is the 1982 level. For instance, Hampton's Mrs. Felix Sapp of Raiford Road, her husband, since she had no ing him$892 and receiving nothing in
whose projected sales tax collections millage, calculated by the appraiser, 1982 budget for property taxes was Starke, who paid a six months transportation. On the basis of past return.In .
fail to reach the state-set that would bring in the same amountof $4,249. In 1983 it should receive$5,979in premium on a contract in advance friendship, Williams complied with his report, Waugh indicated that
minimum criteria of $20 per capita. ad valorem taxes collected in the sales tax revenue under current and never received their policy. Mrs. the woman's pleas,and"That is when Moses had discussed religion with
I Bradford's collections under the new previous year.Ordinarily projections.Likewise. Sapp said Tuesday, however, that I found out about what was going on," both of the complainants and statedhe
f law are expected to reach only$13 per the roll-back rate is not ,Lawtey collected$8,770 In they wrote the home office of the company he says. had been a preacher.
, capita annually. Municipalities binding on the county commission in ad valorem taxes in 1981, and will represented by Moses, Union Harold Eunice, a long time Lawtey "What he (Moses) did was inten
however will not receive fixing its millage, but on this year'stax receive an estimated $9,071 in new Fidelity Insurance Co. of Trevose, resident, also remembers Moses and tional fraud," said a consumer affairs
"emergency" dollars, no matter how roll ((1982)) it is binding under the sales tax money. Brooker collected Pa., and received a prompt refund of says he helped the man secure a job analyst with Union Fidelity. The
small their capita collections.A statute enacted by the Legislature for $3,683 in ad valorem taxes last year their money. with the Department of General Ser- analyst added that the insurance
J' portion per of the sales tax funds the five cent sales tax. For this year, and will receive $5,458 in sales tax Moses was terminated as an agentfor vices when the surplus property division company had received formal complaints
allotted for use by the County Com the county commission cannot raise money during the upcoming fiscal the company on February 11. His was located at Camp Blanding. concerning seven policies
its levy above the 9.43 roll-back year. banking authority, under which he Eunice recently retired as surplus written by Moses and about 15 open
was allowed to cash checks written to property storekeeper for the Florida complaints on which no formal
the company at a Jacksonville bank, department. charges have been filed. Complaintswere
I Jt Fuqua Says Space Program Benefits Scientific Research had been revoked by Union Fidelitylast According to Clay County investigator filed from Green Cove Springs
fall\, after the company received Thomas Waugh, Moses Starke, Jacksonville, and Yulee.
, ,"; more than 40 bad checks from the sold Medicare supplemental
I g Praise for the U.S. space shuttle Fuqua said that military experiments because of the gigantic national debt, former minister. coverage to two couples in Green But Moses was still smoothtalkinghis
program and recommendations of in space are limited to Fuqua said. Moses was released on his own Cove Springs on March 11 for $655. way into the check books of local
, stepped up efficiency and economy in monitoring and early warning recognizance last week by Circuit One victim called Moses two months victims as recently as early June
the Defense Department featured systems. While Congress has slowed The veteran Congressman, whose Judge Lamar Winegart on the Clay later asking where his policies were when Deborah (Jordan) Norman, a
,I talks by Congressman Don Fuqua in the annual growth of military expen- new District 2 includes territory from County charge, and posted $ISO bondon and was told that Union Fidelity was Starke beauty shop operator, pur-
I two appearances here Wednesday ditures from 18 percent to 12-13 percent Starke to marlanna, deplored the a warrant issued by the Bradford having computerlroblems and that chased a policy from the ex-preacher,
1, t. June 30.Declaring. "We must do more to achieve efficiency "not guilty by reason of insanity"ver- County Sheriff's office on June 9 on a the in a who had by then switched to
and cut waste in defense dict in the Hinckley case and said he charge of passing a worthless checkat day or two. When the victim called American Republic Insurance Co. in
: that the goals of the shut- spending," Fuqua said. would introduce legislation in Con- a Starke convenience store. Moses back a week later, Moses' phone had DesMoincs, Iowa. Ms. Norman also
tie program were scientific rather Deploring the present high rate of gress to try the alleged criminal first, has also given a worthless check to been disconnected.The failed to get her policy, but received a
r than military Fuqua said, "We have unemployment, the Congressmansaid to establish guilt or innocence, and Firestone Auto & Truck Service In other Green Cove couple prompt refund of the amount of her
I c no weapons in space." In pointing up that the economy sufferes then try him later to establish his Starke. but later made restitution. bought a deluxe major hospitalization check when she wrote the company
j I' \ the medical and scientific benefits of around $25 billion loss for every one mental condition. I
I j the spare expenditures, the Con- percent increase in the number of Dewey Williams, veteran Starke
I i gressman said that research that jobless workers. Interest rates remain While in Starke, Fuqua attended a painter, who says he used to hunt and New Attorney Assoc iatetl with Dudley P.Hurdy I
[ could be conducted only in space has high because the Federal morning coffee with friends and sup- fish with Moses when the latter was
given hope that some day dietetic patients government is borrowing almost two- porters ct the Western Steer Steak preaching at Lawtey, in indignant.
will l be able to live a normal life thirds of available dollars in the coun- House, and spoke at a Rotary Club because his former friend went John H. Jones, formerly of the the Citizens Advisory Committee to
S without reliance on insulin injections. and must continue to do so luncheon at noon. around
< try using Williams' name as a Reiman and Jones law firm, of the North Florida Regional Planning
1. reference in his insurance scam. Gainesville, is now associated with Council, the Gainesville Community
Moses even called Williams a monthor Dudley Hardy, attorney, in the Development Commission, Chamberof
so ago when his (Moses) car broke Commerce, and the Gainesville
DER Hearings On Sampson Lake Canals Postponed general practice of law at offices on
down on SR-16 near Kingsley Lake. N. Temple Avenue in Starke.A Quarterback Club. He is a Com-
I Ili Williams towed him in to the native of Miami, and later a resi- mander in the U.S. Naval Reserve,

! .& Administrative hearings in the Hardy, Robert Harris, Jr., Robert new channel, was not required to Firestone shop ed for where the Moses' checkwr t of Duluth, Ca., Jones received serving as Executive' c Officer ofMr'
work due Unit
I : cases of six violations of Department and Lula Pennington, Sylvester and restore the creek bed to its original to his. repair .$ Juris Doctor c gree in 1975 and a 2
.ijuamtance with Williams. with .. ..
w. Masters in Taxation in 1976 from the the aa n '
position or course.
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of Environmental: .Regulations on Vivian Ortega, Robert and Mary
i After' Moses .
'Was "in' Green ;
Jailed Jones is married "the.
l L M- Sampson Lake have been postponed Shafer, and Warren and Jan Perry. Farmer said an inspectjop ofSlade's Cove Springs, his second wifethe( University of Florida. While practic-" to former
Jane.
< iri Gainesville) he'has.: been.activeIn Mary. Schofieldofn: Trentonfc: and
Ing :
,, I from July 12-13 to August 12-13,accor- DER is seeking restoration of the property restoration efforts is scheduled first dtvorced) -
ding to Cathy Farmer of the enforce- to its original condition.In for the week of July 19.: was c.l1ed: Williams,, 'civic''affairs,., ncluding.serviCe on-'I.{currently resides inf Gainesville.
ment section of DER's Jacksonville
s I office. the case of unauthorized and non-
permitted dredge and fill work along
I : All property owners involved will. Prevatt Creek south of Starke on the '/
t be heard at the same time by a hearing west side of US-301, Truby Slade, the
f officer from the Department of cited property owner has signed a
!; Administration, DER Tallahassee. consent order and was given until July -
I j I I Those cited for having dredged canals 15 to stabilize the banks of the creekto SUPER
I from the lake into their property and correct and prevent further ero-
| using the spoil dirt to fill wetlands sion. Slade, who dredged an area to '
: i' bordering the lake area are: Dudley divert a portion of the creek into a SLIMMER SciSA


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Lawte Council Ponders Swim Program Hs s ,
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Registration Set 4j w I 3ry


How to Fill VacancyLawtey 44- "-"'"'. -'



is awaiting a ruling from and accepted one on the motorcycle, '
the Division of Elections on filling the but the bidder never purchased the t\\ f V \
city commission seat left vacant by cycle. This matter was tabled until b. ., 1't'r .'
the death of Councilman H.E. Priest. the special meeting scheduled for July ,, __
Mr. Priest died June 25, leaving his 19. Registration for the summer swim "
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council position vacant from July program operated by the Bradford -F ,
through September. This Council seat Advised inmates have to be pickedup school system's Community Educa- /
was already due to be on the regular and returned to the correctional tion Program will run Monday _
October ballot this fall. center by either city officials or city through Friday,July 12-16, at various
The Council has requested a ruling employees in order for them to man elementary schools, according to program
from the State Division of Elections in the Fire: Department (as was discussed coordinator David Smith.
Tallahassee on possibly three alternatives at the last council meeting) _
From 9-11 a.m. each day registration t
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: (1)) leave seat '
vacant until N +
regular October election; ((2) appointan Was advised by Clerk Lucille\ is scheduled; Monday,July 12, at i ia it
interim council member ,Shuford that while the city's portionof Southside Elementary School; Tues-
(3)
or
;
hold a special election (a costly and the one percent sales tax increasewill day, July 13, at Hampton Elemen-
time consuming option). be $9,071, the city can only spend tary; Wednesday, July 14, at Lawtey
$4,943.because the remaining amount Elementary; Thursday, July 15, at
In other matters discussed July 6, must be used for property tax relief. Starke Elementary, and Friday, July
held Tuesday night because of the July This will be discussed at the July 19 16, at Brooker Elementary. Students
also be
4 holiday Monday, the Council: budget workshop meeting. may Bradford-Union registered Area Vocational at the

Advised the City still has posses- Voted to purchase an icemakerand Center from July 716.

sion of the old police car and motorcy- air compressor from the Develop- Registration fee is $10 per student,
cle. The city rejected bids on the car ment Commission for city use. with a cap of$30 per family. The program
is open to students who have _
completed grades K-6.

Lawtey News The swim will run August
program (
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2-13, Monday through Friday, at the : _
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Enlisted Men's Club beach at Camp
(Held Over Fro m June 24) Blanding on Kingsley Lake.

The summer instructional swimm- RR Worker Caught in 110-Volt Line...
CHURCH ACTIVITY: her mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish.Mr. ing program is designed to teach
The MYF of Grace United and Mrs. Benny Bicks and children basic swimming skills, from Bruce Miller of Jacksonville, an employee of Seaboard Coastline Railroad
Methodist Church wishes to thank family, of St. Augustine, were water adjustment to the completion of was apparently all right/( Wednesday afternoon after being hung up on a
for their donations and Father's Day dinner guests of their basic swimming strokes. lUMolt power line until fellow employees could get him down.
everyone sup- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and An st'..crew transferring a right of way utility pole when the accident
June
port at the spaghetti supper on Mrs. J.S. Waters and family.Mr. Students should wear a bathing suit happened. Miller was revived and moving when the rescue unit got to the
19. The MYF Group will now be ableto
to the swimming area. There will be scene at the Starke power plant.
send all members to Methodist and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson, no facilities for them to change Mike Tate also of Jacksoll\Ill'. and Harry Melton of Starke. got Miller
Camp at Leesburg. They are now Sr., attended the Wilkison family reu- clothes. Each student should have a down, from the wire.
planning for their next fund raising nion at the Gospel Park on June 5th. towel and some type of footwear.
event. More details on this soon. The There were approximately 125 per- Students will not need spending
MYF meets at 7 at athe
Tuesday p.m. snacks.Transportation.
sons or
present. money
Methodist Church. All young peopleare Leave Hampton Ele. 8:15: a.m.,
welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Billy King and family, will be provided I return 10:45: a.m.
PERSONALS: of Jacksonville, were Father's Day from each of the elementary schoolsto Leave Southside Ele. 8:40: a.m.,
Rev. and Mrs. Roger Eunice, of dinner guests of their parents, Mr. the lake and from the lake back to I return 10:25: a.m. TIlE t
Crestview, Fla., are visiting their and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Jr., and also the schools. Two classes will be con- CHURCH
parents,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Mr and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, III and ducted each morning with the Group Two:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hodges.Mr. students assigned into one of the two Leave Lawtey Ele. 9:50: a.m.,
son, of Tampa, visited their parents, Fred Moore, and sons Greg and classes. Each session will last about I return 11:35: a.m. .
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, of Jason, and daughter Pam, visited his an hour. Leave Southside Ele 8:40: a.m., IS a
Hilliard a few days. Mr. Robert mother, Mrs. Fred Moore, Wednes- I return 10:25: a.m.
Jenkins and son went back to Tampaon day until Sunday, June 20. Then they Tentative bus schedule Is-
business and on his way back to will spend two weeks at Kingsley One For additional information, phone
Jacksonville they stopped by to see Lake. Group :
coordinator David Smith at
their grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Andersof Mrs. Ann Andrews, of Wildwood, Leave Brooker Ele. 8 a.m., return !964-6150 program: or inquire at registration. '
Lawtey. She went with them and was a Saturday overnight guest of her 11:30 a.m.Nuclear. Magic
spent the weekend with her soninlawand mother, Mrs. Fred Moore and attended lingdollJ.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny services with her at First Baptist Utility Director Merrill Dees in the ,
Jenkins and the Robert Jenkins fami- Church in Starke. PowerFrom mid-70's while the city council
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and debated buying another generator.If .
ly.Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Gay, of Archer, sons, of Hollywood, Fla., came Friday the parallel tie is completed on
and Mrs. Vera McGlaskins, and He went home Sunday night. ( Page 1A) schedule by early 1985, and the city's fi I'' l
of will spend a two-year sales agreement with Fort
and
granddaughter Stephanie, Mrs. Moore sons cities,through FMPA, is to build their
Mrs. Pierce and Vero Beach out in
Jacksonville, were Saturday dinner week with her mother-in-law, runs -
own
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Gay Fred Moore. power the next plant.In few Starke May 1985, the city will then have
who have purchased the Joyce Bennet Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and will continue to burn years through the lights available the nuclear power for the
one-
home. son Paul, of Vidalia, Ga., Mr. and 4,700 KW electrical tie with FPL first time. Vacation Bible SchoolFirst
and Jeff, way At that the can set a base
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, and Miss Mrs. Robert McClellan son the point city
plus city's of
Nancy Bennett, spent Sunday and of Starke, were Father's Day dinner to 7,750 KW.generation The first capacity tie load of power at what should be a
Monday with Mrs. Elsie Bennett and guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. up negotiated,.with ,,FPL was power done by good price, and use its generator to United Methodist Church
Mrs. Virginia Lastinger, 'and other L.N. Clellan. shave the peaks where the high depand -
relatives of Daytona Beach. Mr,and ... y.TttoIWis, oft Govi ,Bob Graham ,..-t charge hits. '' : ,' ( '
.M!*.'OBeal'I Carter and Me'I Maxie h .Live Oakt.Mrs.Gayle.T dorand sons;' '. Cleric.NeJ)Xucce.r'f"s.cwrrewUy plan JULY' 11-16 7:00-9:00
Carter, Sr., are spending two weeksat of Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Seeks ReelectionGovernor ning a $2.5 million financial packagein pm
Jacksonville, Mr. Fred which he hopes to sell bond an-
Hot Ark. Moore of
Springs
Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Kirkland, of Moore and sons Greg and Jason, and Governor Wayne Bob Mixson Graham announced and Lt. ticipation notes to finance the parallel Classes for Ages Kindergarten to Adult
Atlanta, spent the weekend with their daughter Pam of Homestead, Mrs. electrical tie with FPL plus the city's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Ann Andrews, of Wildwood, Mr. and recently to their the two intention highest to offices seek reelection in- 25 percent matching funds on the Sunday, July 11 6:30: pm
and Moore and sons, of $720,000 sewer improvement grant
Mrs. Charles Carter and family Mrs. Chuck
the State. The Graham/Mixson team
Fred the U.S. Environmental Protection HOT DOG SUPPER
Mrs. Elva Kirkland. Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs. reviewed their record and accomplishments through
Friends of Mrs. Lois Carter regretto Moore attended J.H. Moore family of the past three Agency.
learn that she is a patient In St. reunion at the Drew Reddish home on
Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville. Our Debra Street in Starke, on Saturday. years.
prayers are with her. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Revels and "The first bill I signed as Governorof ,
Chief and Mrs .Wayne Gustafsonand sons DeWitt and Brett, were Father's Florida established mandatory I
family, of Pensacola, are spen- Day dinner guests of their grand- sentencing for drug smugglers. That
ding their vacation with their parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Mc- law has survived several court Community service : a trademark
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris. Clellan. challenges and has been hailed as a
Mrs. Pansy Knight andher son' Rev: and Mrs. Anthony Pemberton key factor in loosening the sordid gripof
Owen spent Wednesday with her and two daughters, of Wartburg, the smugglers on our State. A conti- of the Fortune team.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Tenn., spent the weekend with Mr. nuing high priority of this administration -
Mrs. Harold Eunice. and Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson. will be to provide the law enforce-
Henry Hodges, Sarah, Mark and Col. and Mrs.James Dougherty and ment necessary to keep our citizens
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith attended four sons Courtney, Chris, Patrick safe," said Governor Graham.
stock-car races in Jacksonville.. on and Peter, who were enroute from
Saturday night. .' v ""Washington D.C;. to' Denver.,,Colo., r "
Mr;: and, JVIrs. Truman ,Norman. stopped by for'a' visit with' their I'm a member of FortuneFederal's
were Father's Day dinner guests of parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. THE BRADFORD Board of Directors
their guests Joey COUNTY TELEGRAPH IKfi as
their/son and daughterinlaw'Mr.andMrs. Two boys were
Bobby Norman and family. McGrath and J.D. Gallagher. Joey Published .v.ry Thursday, well as the North Florida Advisory
Mr,and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Lake will go back to Washington D.C. and at 130 W Call Str..t
City,,end Julius Eunice of Clarke, J.D. will go to Stuttgard, Germany.Col. Stark, Florida 32091 Board. I can say with certainty that
spent leather's -Day .with their and Mrs...Wm.' Wilson, their ,
the directors close and
parents, Mr and Mrs.Harold Eunice.: granddauther, Elizabeth Smyth, Col. Second Class patlag. paid atStarka ii pay care-
Mrs. Pansy Henley,of Jericho SprIngs and Mrs.. James Dougherty, Court- FloridaSubscription ful attention to the AdvisoryBoard's
Mo., is spending some time with ney, Chris, Patrick, and Peter, with
their guests, Joey and J.D., Timmy Ratas: advice and suggestionsabout
-- Wilson all In trod.araat f f.00 ar
Wilson, Mrs. Hjalmar p.r y "
n matters in Starke.
went to Disney World on Sunday.Col. ".00 six month.
.Al-ASK James Dougherty just recently a ,
graduated from Industrial Collegeof Outsldo' trod.arat $10.00 p.r yaar N d
The' forget me > not Is the Armed Forces at Ft. McNair, $5.50.iii month. John A. Torode

the state flower of Alaska. Washington D.C. _n Member

L Fortune Federal Board


North Florida Farmers .- of Directors and North \

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Live Stock Market j

Located 1-75 & US 441 2 miles north an 441 I

Lake city, Florida t t lot of folks know John Torode through his business, an oil distributorship.Many .

UNDER NEW OWNERSHIPT.W. others remember him for the outstanding job he did as chairmanof

the Bradford County Zoning Board. John's also a member of both the
Waldrop Owner & Manager
., .. Fortune Federal Board of Directors and the association's North Florida

North Fla Farmers We invite you. Advisory Board. Being on both boards, he knows first-hand how matters

Stock Market to use our Jacksonville Stock Marketnewest dealing with Starke are thoroughly and genuinely discussed at directors'

and Cattle & Hog Sale meetings. In addition to being one of the biggest and strongest financial

SALE DAYWednesday most modem Monday 2:00 institutions in Florida, Fortune Federal makes a sincere effort to be a :
Hogs .....12:30: pm sales facilities ..." pm
Cattle .....1:30: pm Horse, Pony & Tack Sale caring, contributing member of the Bradford County community. When

Freeder Pig Sale 3rd Saturday John Torode is part of your team, you're going to get the job done right

,2nd Friday Try us and Located 1172 Holsema Rd.. North for the greatest number of people. ,
see the dif. I
Stocker Cattle & Farm. Equip Whitehouse, Fl. off US 00 \ i 'i
ference. Weappreciate
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4th Saturday .Office Phone (904) 781-4677 '
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Located 1-75 & us 441 Home Phone (904) 786-4933 E5LTC- ,
and solicit LS..r I'
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2 miles N on 441 :-.:'- ; :.,.., I..... : .
Lake City,Plot-Ida$01TSS-SS7. your business.

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Sforke Office
We will make every effort to get you more for your cattle and hogs give good service, Savings, and Loan Association' 395 W. Madison. 964-5000: ",

and treat you right We will be glad to assist you In buying or selling your live stock. \':

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rain in the Keystone Heights-Lake ," variwer\' 20 feet In level, well as to the deeper Floridanaquifer
Brooklyn area since January 1 has from a historic- high of 117.43 feet in estimated to account for 55
given lake levels a boost October 1960 to its historic low of 97.23 percent of Brooklyn's water loss
feet In,February 1958. Brooklyn's current
: : Brooklyn, now measured at 100.97 reading 100.97. 2. Natural evaporation, especiallyIn
feet above sea level, is up 2.81 feet the summer months, accounting
above its February reading of 98.16. At the end of a drought cycle in 1958, for 35 percent of the loss :''i
{I Ic Mrs. Wm. P. Wilson, former forest Brooklyn dwindled until it became ten 3.'Surface uutflow down the chain oft
.x tower observer who resides on distinct ponds separated by sand bars lakes starting at Blue Pond in the
!i 4i1 Brooklyn Bay says water in Brooklyn which could be traversed on foot from Camp Blanding reservation and cor j jtinuing
Bay has risen to cover about 18 feet of one side to the other. At the present- through Brooklyn down to the
'- r I4f 1 beach exposed during the drought, time its water has receded so much Putnam Hall prairio area.
but still has about 80 feet or more togo that one visitor from the North asked ; In the same report SJRWMD said
until it reaches the high water his host 'why residents of the lake there had been a 30 to 40 foot drop in
mark. She says that conditions in followed the strange custom of the water table in the Keystone
Brooklyn Bay are better than in the building their docks on dry land. Heights area since 1900, due to def;

+., :: big part of the lake,however.There is Lake Geneva has also been more Cient rainfall and heavier usage of}
enough water for boats to pass than usually hard-hit by sub-normal water due to population increases.;;
I cautiously under the bridge on SR-21, rainfall in the early 1980's, dropping Wells in the area are now being dug 20:
1I. Mrs. Wilson says. She measured 11 Inches t. a new historic low of 98.07 feet or more feet deeper in order to obtaln-
of rain in June at her home on water, the report said.
k V f 1"s I above sea level in December 1981 and
the bav. registering only a slight gain to 98.67In I Some observers believe that high'and
is current reading. low water tables come and go in
Lake
: Kingsley perched on the
of 10 20 but there is
cycles or years
eastern
slope of Trail
Ridge at
: higher elevation than other lake a Water levels in Magnolia have little or no evidence of this in figures
,. in the state, recorded any a 1.5 foot gain, shown steady improvement in the kept by the U.S. Geological Survey,
: This scene has been greeting motorists at U.S. 301 and State Road 16 for the past two years. from its June 1981 level of 174.94 feet past eight months, with the latest According to official readings,
to a near-normal reading of 176.40 In June readings recording 124.70 feet Kingsley lake reached its historic low
June 1982. The most stable lake in the above sea level, compared to 123.40 in 1956, Brooklyn in 1958, Lowry in
area, due to its large number of feet in June, 1981. Surplus water from 1968, Johnson and Magnolia in 1977,
, EDITORIALNot Kingsley has a fluctuation springs Magnolia is now running into and Geneva in 1981.
: less than 3.5 feet, from is historic rangeof Brooklyn through Alligator Creek, At least one geologist is not too con-
and has in cerned over varying water tables in
high of 177.82 in October 1950 to its helped raising Brooklyn'slevel
the area's lakes. "They and
historic low of 174.34 feet above go up
: Can, But Will? Is The Question level in April 1956. sea Earlier Water studies by the St .john'sRiver down babiy all been the happening time," he says.since"It time s pro imj:
District
.. In contrast, Brooklyn, largely have given three Management primary reasons for memorial. We just need a good rainy".
season or perhaps a hurricane.
dependent on rainfall and sometimes Brooklyn's j
For the past two years, 20,000 residents of sons causing the same, or of the owner or occupant plight:

Bradford County and an estimated 14,000,000 of the ground or premises whereon the

motorists passing by on U.S. 301 in a 24-month same may be...to require all lands, lots, and

period have been exposed to this scene at the other premises within the city to be kept clean, 4,,. ff
old burned-out Martin building site on North sanitary, and free from woods, undergrowth, -e f

Temple Avenue.At and rubbish, or to make them so at the expense Where :

a recent zoning board meeting, when the of the owners or occupants thereof."

question came up of cleaning the town and Section 10-8 of the City Ordinances providesthat

county of old, abandoned vehicles and other : "In addition to the punishment imposed -

rubbish, similar to the above scene, someone upon the person for violating this section, the has our

asked, Can the City do anything about it?" cost of abating such nuisance as shown by the e
bill of the doing such work, endorsed by
Tha question" is not "can the City?" but "will the City Council person, shall, upon the conviction of

the City? the person violating this section, be added as lake
The City Charter under the of +-- .:r- y i
heading part of the costs of such cause, and when collected -
"Abatement of Nuisances" has long given the by the Chief of Police shall be paid to

City broad powers to "define, prohibit, abate, the City Clerk." w'r

suppress, and prevent all things detrimental At long last the City is apparently moving to ?

I, to the health, comfort, morals, safety content have this nuisance, eyesore, and health gone "i r
ment" and welfare of the inhabitants of said ci hazard abated by serving notice on the owner i

ty. of this property and setting a deadline for him I
To be more specific, the charter delegates to have the rubbish removed or face court ac
power to the City "To compel the abatementand
removal of all nuisances within said cityor tion.But
the question remains, as it always has .
upon the property owned by the city beyondits been not "can the City?" but "will the Ci-
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limits at the of the This pond,i8 all
expense person or per- ty?" that was left In 1957 of a bay in Brooklyn Lake behind the former Homestead '
'". ...I,," .." H"''':.'.",. < shape Restaurant with! only on )Ilghway alHruf Z &A93hfi 1j !!*('\0P } 'lP yhta.j NoW this! Part of BrooHb'J 14 M erenwersew. j
oxerW
r Reagan Seeks New Image has with long the hay.slirce ceased tit nlJ "ifr 'ulltie-p ;js at upper aD Yv connecting:n sPj/llerJarpa/ the tnaiUtot main body atayWaten; of the! lake.., !



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According to Sunday's"Parade" circle, who are selected ,.. .
apparently This bill, fortunately, was June Construction
(newspaper not so much for passed by a shouted voice Shows Healthy Rise
magazine supplement) their blue blood as their fat vote in the House of County Agent Notebook

President Reagan is chang- wallets.So Representatives and hastily Building permits issued by Brad-

ing his hairdo to a "softer" now it is the job of the sent to the Senate for final J. By Bobby L. ford County and its municipalitiestotaled
style in hopes of projecting a Taylor $725,740 in June, led by nine
new TV image. Reagan public relations congressional action. Under t1III '-- County Extension Agent I' new single family dwellings,.'valued
team, Larry Speakes, this legislation, the government at $411,000; and 19 mobile homes,
The new hairstyle is part of Michael Deaver, Sheila Tate, would subsidize mor- 163200. It was the best month:for;
.. a White House-Madison et al, to convince the country tgage rates on new homes by Most of us are now between of the varieties which did well and construction since March, .when' ,permits "
gardens. That is, we have just about those: that/dtditMinso you'Ithave some reached $893,600. ;, .
Avenue public-relations blitz that Mrs. Reagan is more in- up to four percentage points, "
idea of the ones you'll want to includein
finished all the
designed terested in and home with harvesting vegetablesfrom In addition to residences June saws
to restructure the drug abuse and buyers family our spring gardening efforts, the fall vegetable garden.
Reagan image to accentuatethe incomes in the $30,000 to and preparations for the fall chm: Sjfii'i ul)' iH for nine a new total commercial of $65,900and': permits issued

positive and eliminatethe __. ._.____m $60,000 bracket would be vegetable garden haven't begun yet. Sgmmerih.a the:\ ,beneficial sq' a. good time ,to totaling $85,640. 43'additibns' w '. .
I So this is a good time to inventory :observe :effects,. of .
negative in the President's eligible for the subsidies. Take mulching. If yuu m5dctue4typw; spring ,''Ii.I t'JUud
gardening project. a '
your
personality and Mr. Reagan -he of the new careful look at the problems you had, youlriollcetltatyoufiave: New KLPOA Officers"Sr,' !.B'
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ideology. V; soft hairdo and the fakey and the rewards you enjoyed) from neighbpr'.SiUijmulcned.few: ,weedsj w garden eeas, ,mightbe your Begin,Terms.July 10.p'. I. sqJJiuq (
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spring garden. Keeping track of
A major of the your roW't
ingredient a'
with difficult
Hollywood grin and hand overrun weed,
pro-
the things that went wrong, as well as Newly elected officers and direc-
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negative image now implanted wave opposes the plan, the things that went right will help blem. Nematode injury is also much tors of the Kingsley Lake Property
in the minds of a which is the only anti- you have a more successful garden milder on mulched vegetables. While Owners Associationwill ,.begin their

growing number of recessionary legislation ex- this fall or next spring. vegetables nematodes, their will\ kffechsryare attack, mulched*'not'as terms at the regular board'meetir/g./

Americans is that the Presi pected to be passed by Con severe, besaumrp&tberhealthier root 10 a.m. Saturday,July 20,at the Civic
First of all, if you still have Center. _
dent, as well as the First ...... gress this year.Republican vegetables in your garden you should zone of the.mulched.Plant, ", r ,
Lady, are more concernedfor have begun a weekly spray program. Officers are: Stewart Becket, president -
striking observation
The most
the welfare of the wealthy congressional We're into, or I hope approaching the '' you'llmake ; E. L. Matthews,vice-president-
abbot
segment of our society than The "Softer" Look leaders say a veto is a near- rainy season, which means hot wet controls soil mulching moisture Is'the" way it Ann Hill secretary and:t Jean Peters(
: Vegetables
certainty and the White days and warm humid nights. Theseare treasurer. Directors elected for three
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they are for the welfare of ideal grown on unmulched, holt; sandy:!Soils year' terms were Becket Hill
conditions ,
House is expected to mount a for insect and will and wilt while those and;
the homeless and the poor, disease to flourish. droop growA Jane Trawick, with Bish
] the underprivileged blacks of the foster grandparents program major effort to block the bill corn fruit pests worms and Tomato or in mulched gardens will stand tall. alternate. Blshop.ali
pickle worms
than she is in the latest in the RepublicancontrolledSenate. I've seen all kinds of things used for
be
our nation, as well as the can extremely distructive. the traditionaloak
mulching including
middle-income of all creations of Adolfo, Galanos, The overall bill also
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group And those leaves, pine straw, hay and wood Letters
even pests which haven't
, races, and minorities, in- Bill Blass, and other contains money for a varietyof been overwhelming thus far such shavings, and even such things as
cluding Hispanics. designers in the world of cash-short programs for aphids, cabbage worms,, squash as newspapers and plastic.
( "haute couture." To accomplish fiscal year ending September borers, and corn budworms, are expected New Attorney Commended :
I : this, Mrs. Reaganhas 30 including $2.4 billion in to become severe during the Some gardeners even used old tires To Starke Community :.
But it will take more than a her job cut out for her, federal aid for sewer grants rainy season. So protect your garden in their gardens. The tires were placed
on the ground, and tomato Dear b
change of hair vegetables with a good plants, Editor
to alter
styles and funds for the student- spray pro
and it will take more than an two or three per tire, were planted In- :
this President's image occasional photo hugging a loan and food-stamp programs gram.In side the tire. As the plants grew, the For more than 50 years, as a;;
because he is so deeply indebted black baby in a Washington addition,be on the look out for the tomatoes could rest on the tires, lawyer I enjoyed representing
: to his wealthy California of plant diseases. Diseased rather than on the ground, reducing literally hundreds of the citizens of j
hospital to turn the trick.If Bradford ,
County 1
The pants fruit rots.
cronies that any action mortgagesubsidyplan should be pulled out and disposed -
:. taken to benefit the masses provides $2.5 billion to of as soon as possible. Plants remaining I now want to congratulate Brad
would automatically irritate the Reagans really wantto reduce mortgage rates by up in the garden should be 1 ford County and its citizens becauseof
-; the Annenbergs and other change their image and in- to four percentage points to sprayed weekly with a good fungicide. the fact that James L.Tomlinson,a

; white tie multimillionairesj terests from the "haves" to buyers of new homes, but the Summer Is a good time to evaluatethe member 18 of our law firm for the past
Mr. the "have nots" in this nation "buydown" could not go seed varieties you selected for the his years home, has decided to make Starke
and his
on Reagan's guest list. future in the
the President must take below 11 percent. That is, the spring garden. Ask yourself such. 4 tice of law. I have enjoyed practicing prac-
steps to undo some of the fif- interest questions as: Did the variety produce with Jim Tomlinson
original rate could
i Reporters who called the a strong vigorous plant? What about because of his./
.! White House for the names of ty or more things he has doneto not exceed 15 percent the the quality of vegetables? How about A ten gallon hat, when comradeship, but above all, becauseIas

''i j those invited to Mr. Reagan's worsen the plight of the figure beyond which few disease resistance? Try to make note filled 3/4 of can a gallon.actually.., only hold, his a cases partner, is well he carefully informed takes and care is able of;A,

,.';; birthday party this year unemployed, the disabled, home buyers can go. to give the very best of advice toll

.J; were told that'The Reagans; and the low and middle income ......... .. clients. ::11
: i; regard the President's birthday segments of our society So it will take more than a : Because I know Jim so well I wanly
f':1 .as a private affair and He will have to stop "softer" hairdo to changeMr. m ligr l1 to fully, completely, and without::
see no reason to release a threatening to veto all effortsto reservation recommend him to the??
Reagan's image from a
people of Bradford County who
haves
; guest list. improve the lot of those
wealth-and-influence lover to ESTABLISHED 1 1879 ,. MEMBER been so kind to me over the years. 8
. who can no longer afford to a President who is genuinely
SeruggsyGainesville.
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Last year, before the BOB G. FERGUSON 0- JOHN M. MILLER4Pubtish.rs'! Slgsbee
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build and own a home of their interested in the under Fla.5
.i, President was aware of the own, such as the recent $3 privileged segments of our Published each Thunday and antorad a* Second Clan. Matt.at tha
:1: image he was creating, tne billion compromise housing- society. Even the image- Pas OHIea at Slarka, Pla. undar Act at March 3, It7t. 'I :I2
;< White House proudly released stimulus aimed at making makers of Madison Avenue
plan "
-'., the 70th birthday party things easier for low and cannot accomplish that Subscription rat. In .....1..411.' Par Yaar) $J Six Months ." ," 'Tie not a lip. or eye, we
guest list which included Outsld. trod. agar $10 P.r. V.ort $S.'O II'* Months I beauty call, but the joint
middle income Americans to miracle. Only Mr. Reagan'sactions Phono(ttU)'44-4JOS force and full result of all."
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Upcoming EventsMr. o Debra Johnsen,

The Social SideGladys o. Married Dwayne July Gann 6 '

.. Mrs. Marks Ritch
Debra Johnsen, daughter of Mr.
To Celebrate 50th and Mrs. Jerry Johnsen of Keystone

r ?Y, ,t Ill AnniversaryThe Moo tI Of The Heights and Dwayne Gann,son of Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Gann of Starke were

tr children and grandchildren of united in marriage Tuesday, July 6,
Mt I Mr. and Mrs. Marks Ritch invite all Society Editor, at 3:30 p.m. in Folkston, Ga.
friends and relatives to attend the A reception was held for families
reception for Mr. and Mrs. Ritch on tu.no News and friends at Captain D's at 7:30:
their 50th anniversary on Sunday, Ju- p.m. with 20 attending.
ly 11, from 2 to 5 p.m. in the recreation O o Dwayne is a cook at Captain D's
1 building on W. Pratt St. and Debra is a life guard at Gold

The family request no gifts please, Head Branch. The couple is residingon
your presence and friendship will be a SR-225, Starke.
most treasured gift. Linda Salazar and John Lee


Wed June 25 in Pres byterian ChurchThe Did You Know...........

Coleman Reunion Mr. and Mrs. William M.
Blackshear of Montgomery, Ala. and
July 11 First Presbyterian Church was Guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. E,B. Work and Mr. and Mrs. Ben
the setting for the marriage of Linda Denison of weekend
The Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Mrs. Larry Castleberry were
Coleman reunion will be
'/ family Mae Salazar, daughter of Mrs. Hardin. Mrs. William Edwards kept guests of Mrs. J.M. Blackshear and
H. f i Fa held Sunday, July 11, at Srickland'sLanding. Dorothy Salazar of Starke and John the guest book. attended the Smith-Blackshear wed-

1 r ; Covess Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs. ding on June 26.
a l lr Robert E Lee of Lawtey on June 25 at

7 p.m with Rev Herb Parsons of The bride's table was covered witha Mr, and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and
Annual Green Gainesville performing the nuptials.p.'s cutwork cloth and centered with a daughters of Tampa visited their
Reunion three tiered wedding cake decorated parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin
July 11 with yellow daisies and baby's during the weekend.

Relatives are invited to attend the breath. Mrs. Bob Paterson and Mrs.
Green family reunion on Sunday,July David l Montgomery( cut the cake. Mrs. Melissa and Priscilla Jackson are
11, from 11 a.m. to 3 p m. at the s William Edwards: and Miss Janet visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson at
and Mrs. Albert Norman Recreation Center in Worthington Montgomery presided at the punch Chattanooga, Tenn. this week after
Springs. bowl. Assisting were Mrs. Malcolm spending a week at the Bill Rice
A covered dish luncheon will be s Sanders and Mrs, Louise Harden. Ranch at Murfreesboro, Tenn.
I .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman served around 1 p.m. All eating uten-

sils will be furnished.Signed the Evan Following a wedding( trip to Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand
Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. Hodges family, the Joe Green family, Jacksonville Beach and Disney family spent Friday to Monday at
the Willie Parrish family, the Mason World, the couple is residing at Fort their camp on the Suwannee River
Elixson family and the Robert Green Walton Beach and were joined by relatives duringthr
and Mrs. Albert Norman tiered wedding cake topped with a family. weekend.
celebrated their golden wedding anniversary gold 50th anniversary motif.The cake
) Sunday,June 27, from 2 to 5 was decorated with pink silk roses. The bride and groom are both SUMMER CLEARANCE
p.m. at a reception at their home on Flanking the cake were four branch graduates of Bradford High School at LEILA'S

SR-125W in Lawtey given by their candelabras decorated with pink Birthdays Bradford SQuare.
children: Betty Starling Eugene Nor- roses, baby's breath,daisies and gold -

man, JoNell Griffis, Carol Coleman, ribbons.
Paul Norman and Robert Norman.At The punch table was covered with M EAGLEI :"
V/SA-
points of interest in the party white lace cloth and punch, mints and Louis MannCelebrates .; ;
rooms were arrangements of silk nuts were served. 4th i
flowers and summer flowers. sale
The guest book table had an ar- Assisting in serving were Mrs. BirthdayMr. on Wednesday, I

rangement of roses with the 50th an- Brenda Rosier, Mrs. Rena Griffis, and Mrs. Louis Mann gave a thursday friday &
niversary emblem in the center. The Mrs. Nora Thompson, Mrs. Rose Grif- family birthday party Sunday afternoon .
table was covered with a white lace fis, Miss Angie Coleman and Miss for their son, Louis on his fourth Saturday COmpa-, ,

cloth and a plume pen was used. Regina Griffis.Approximately. birthday at their home on SR-100S. .
The cake table was covered with a 150 guests called A Pink Panther cake centered the I Check, ftee
white lace cloth centered with a three between the appointed hours. refreshment table.

Among the guests were his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie I Wareda

Social Shorts-- .. Newsome. \MM A.9S a a"ansto m.,.

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Mrs. Jerry Dampier The John DiVitos Tammie Patterson

Celebrates .
Shower Honoree Host Dinner Party Birthday -
Tammie Patterson celebrated her !Mr. and !Mrs John I.ce
Mrs. Jerry Dampier was honored at Mr and Mrs. John DiVito of St.
10th birthday Monday, July 5, at a
a stork shower June 10 given by Miss Petersburg entertained at a dinner Decorating the altar were arrangements -
party given by her parents Mr. and
Charlene Beam, Miss Tammie party Friday night at the Hilton Hotel Mrs. Jimmie Patterson at their homeon of summer flowers
Johnson, Miss Suzette Rodrique and in Gainesville for their son, Paul and Legion Terrace.A against a background of greenery,
Mrs. Pam Whittle at the home of the fiancee, Vicky Turner after the cou- shortcake theme fiscus trees and candelabras with
strawberry was
latter. ple's wedding rehearsal.The burning tapers. w 1
carried out in the party decorations.The 4 s
Games were played, prizes awarded guests were seated at three refreshment table was covered Charlotte Greene organist and \ u I
and refreshments served duringthe round tables that were centered with Hank Greene, soloist presented a
with a white linen cloth and centered
party hours 7:30 and 9 p.m. mixed summer flowers with the with shortcake cake program of nuptial music.
a strawberry
refreshment table bride's Tom Edwards served as best man.
THe was covered wedding color of salmon
with which homemade
strawberry ice
with a white lace cloth and centered predominating.. served. Steve Leickhardt was an usher. OSCILLATING
with* basket of silk flowers. The 30 guests include the wedding, .' cream Games was with' Justin Edwards was ringbearer.Mrs. uaw r.lr. ,
prizes were enjoyed by
Among the 20 guests were Mrs; Vic1 party;immediate families and out-of. Carol Mattox served as sane RF'
the 10 children the
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tor Ashline, mother of the honoree town guests. hours. during party matron of honor. She wore a yellow, oe 00 h. .- I lF pf

and Mrs. John Dampier, motherinlaw The couple presented gifts to their Also attending were 10 relatives In- light crepe, silk floor length dress and c Zti c t3.00
attendants carried! a nosegay of yellow daisies:
of the honoree. during the dinner.
Tammie's Mr.
Mrs. Dampier was presented with a cluding grandparents, and baby's breath. Tana Mattox was 88
and Mrs. James. L. Patterson.BERTHS .
bridesmaid and 6 496 888
self-portrait and baby accessoriesfrom junior was gowned WAS 1988
similar to the honor attendant WAS 107
the hostesses as a memento of Miss Vicky Turner
the occasion. Jessica Atwood was the bride's 9" 2-SPEED FAN 10W-30 OIL,QT. TERRY POLOS MEN'S WHITE JEANS
Brunch HonoreeMiss chapel train bearer and Eugenia Mar Precision, molded Quality grade oil' e. 100% polyester Collars 100% cotton Baal cut
Vicky Turner, whose mar- tinez was flower girl and carried a blades Uumt motor lends' engine life, Assl lashlon looks S-XL 'legs Man 28.38

riage to Paul DiVito was an event of T wicker basket of petals. '
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The Robert E. Lees ;
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Given in by Bobbie .. y'p;''
Saturday night, was honored at a i marriage ;
: Dinner Hosts Brunch Saturday morning at the Holi- Chesser tne bride wore an elegant mpoco, .. ""' '.- .' "
Inn Mrs. J.R. Chasteen, candlelight gown with an antique look ,1 i.o-f
day given by .I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee entertained -
Riherd of chantilly and Venice lace.The gown
Mrs. Carl Riherd, Mrs. Joyce ; "
.at a buffet dinner Thursday and Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth.The featured a high neck, long fitted
night, June 24Matitheir, home in sleeves and from the fitted waistlineit ,
table was centered with an arrangement '
Lawtey for theft son John and Rebate! -'- '
flowed into train.
in a chapel length
of daisies and mums
fiancee, Linda Salazar following thecouple's She wore a lavalier which was worn Eagle 4rf fr
white and salmon.
shades of yellow,
Disc Price
wedding rehearsal. Bridal place cards marked the Thomas Weston Bigham by her grandmother, Mrs. E.H. 4 Eagle 4:1: ::
buffet table and four MI
iThe' dining
.
seating arrangement for the 20 guests Billy and Debbie Bigham of Winter at her wedding. She carried a 4 Sale' Price : I I / ,
The ,
tables were set in the carport.
up which included the bridal attendantsand Brooker announce the birth of a son, bouquet of yellow rose buds, daisies r5a Ve Minus Pace I. '. / I )
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buffet table was centered with an ar- out-of-town guests. Thomas Weston, born June 22 in and baby's breath. In her hair she 00 Mail-In Rebate 4 00 ird < I II
rangement of gladiolus and zinnias. p / 1); f
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The hostesses presented the Alachua General Hospital. wore a wreath of daisies and baby'sbreath.
The 30 included the wedding Il'4-'
guests Grandparents include Mrs. Seletta YOUR FINAL COST I -
party, immediate families and out-of- her honoree silver with pattern four as serving a memento pieces of the to Thomas of Gainesville and Mr. and A reception was held in the church $ t8 88 3 9uN6 88

town''I,:'guests.. occasion. Mrs. William E, Bigham, Jr. of Fellowship Hall whicn was 8 ..$ 39 WAS 46 83 DISCOUNT PRICE
of
Brooker. highlighted with arrangements
\', POCKET RADIO PACE TABLETS BOYS' POLOS TERRY ROMPERS
daisies and baby's breath and
Am/fm Solid atate BatI7V\ Ibs of 3" tablets Collar models Cotton/ Polyester/cotton'
AArs.: .,J.M.'BlackshearHostess : Charlene Beam greenery. tary not Inc Chlorlnuta poots polyester. knit S.M, L Ladies', S, M. L
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1AtRehearsal Luncheon HonoreeMiss POLAROID / .
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DinnerMrs. Charlene Beam, whose mar- I '..Yi / I 1.
J.M. Blackshear was hostess riage to Charles Register was an BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW _

at.a dinner party Friday night, June event of June 26, was complimentedat APPLICATIONS!
2$; at her home on Kingsley Lake for,, a bridesmaids luncheon Saturday, TAKING ,
her son; Thomas and fiancee, Bobbie June 26, at the home of Mrs. Joe Hull orangewood Apartments D 1g eve s vePKG. ..r__'1
Fay Chaff, before the couple's wed- in Palatka' given by Mrs. Hull and 0 ltl 'IA ?1/:
p 0F3 ,0 :
ding rehearsal.The Mrs. Steve Denmark.The P.O. BOX 146 ': .
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two buffet tables, set up in the long dining table was centered Starke Florida 32091 I iiudsthijl
carport, were covered with white cut- with an arrangement of pink carna- ,
work cloths and centered by mixed tions and daisies. The small dining 388 693! 297DISCOUNT 2' $1 2/1.WERE<18'
OR
summer flowers on one table and an table was centered with a vase of 1,2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat .9J
arrangement of white daisies and roses. POLAROID FILM SAND CHAIR WORK SOCKS 2 ROLLS TISSUE
blue carnations on the other table. The 12 guests included the honoree, and air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes; stove and Make 8 3'/" 1'10' color Aluminum frame multi.! otton/acryllc White Famous Hudson quality s
Assisting in serving were Mrs.W.H. her mother, Mrs. Barbara Daniel the refrigerator. prints Type 108 color webbing ights ana darks 10.13. Sort gentle.

Thomson Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. mother of the prospective groom, For information/Application
John Griffin, Miss Audrey Carlisle, Mrs. Lennard Register and the
Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs.Ben Denison bridesmaids.The Contact: orangewood ApartmentsEqual

and Mrs. Use Griffis. hostesses presented the c/o Tracy Balr, Manager
The approximately 50 attending in- honoree with a silver framed wedding p,0. BOx 146
pp.rt.St
cluded the wedding party, immediate invitation holder as a memento of the ,
families, out-of-town guests and occasion. Starke, Florida 32091

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For Club Results PUBLIC NOTICEThe {I DISCOUNT PRICE J WAS lf y DISCOUNT PRICE ay B DISCOUNT PRICEMEN'S

Debbie Phillips 4 PLACEMATS 9/8"xSO FT.HOSE SANDALS WOMEN'S SANDALS
Cecelia Terwillegar and Eva Pretty and practical f rk reinforced 100% I Cross-band brown vinyl. PVC straps Cork-like
Debbie Phillips of St. George, Ga., Mathewson, first; Margie Thomson palmiest straw Set ot 4. vinyl Brass couplings |Crepe sol....Men 712. wedge sole Brown.S-10
who was a teacher In Lawtey and and Lucile Green, second; Ida Shaw Mayor and Commission of the City of Starke proposed
Maxvllle from 1925 to 1945 will be and Myldred Cuttino, third. Jack to file an application to the Department of Housingand

honored at a "get-together" Thurs- Burnette of Lake City is the director Urban Development for a Community DevelopmentBlock
day, July 15, at 8 p.m.at the Highland and the public is Invited to attend Grant for Fiscal Year 1982. BUfffR/B .
Mrs. will be I
Baptist Church. Phillips every Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. at the ,
playing the organ. Starke Womans Club. t
Community Development Block Grant Funds are intended i

to either benefit low and moderate income persons or y saee

FULL GOSPEL COMMUNITY. CENTER serve to prevent or eliminate slums and blights. gaffe Loo 5aofo


INVITES 1735 D.301 YOU TO WORSHIP Starke WITH"US AT Persuant to the regulations of the Department of Housing 8 8 9 6 Arrld Afltt-Peraptranl' XX Extra Extra 2 oz.,Solid WA3J-97T 4|w fl Q 5*

and Urban a public hearing will be held 3 9
Development
REVIVAL SERVICES A5VALUE WAS 10M Bufferin' Tablets. 100 ct..
at the City Hall, 209 N Thompson Street Starke, Florida, REPAIR KITS S' POLY POOL WAS*.**" .."._..-..-. .- .-.... 199
Starting Sunday, July 11 at 7:00pm: on July 20, 1982 at 6:30: p.m., to receive public commentand Auto body'repair kits by Safe durable, no-I.akLandmark' Rubbing Alcohol '
After that 7:30 nightly citizen participation in the development of the application Duro. Plastic tiller.' linear polye'ftyl_. 1fl OX.,WAS 3/4.M:..__... 3/99 :

CHICKEN i PISH DINNBIt for federal assistance. Convenient.
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Suwannee River

i, Authority To MeetThe Brooker News
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meet Thursday, July 8 at 12 Noon at By C.E. "Sue" Davis meetings at various members homesin :'
[ + the Western Steer Steak House in + preparation for the revival to be
sww n1R Phone 485-1314
. :
Starke with Chairman William R. held at the church beginning with the .
$ Slaughter of Like Oak presiding. morning services Sunday, July u;;"

!"' Twelve counties, Alachua, Baker, Retired Railroad Conductor through Friday, July IS.
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, J.C. "Jake" Keene says it all beganat The Rev. Dallas Lathan of Columbus
Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Brooker and it may as well end Ga. will be guest speaker each
1\\ Suwanee and Union will be there as he hung up his conductor hat night with servics beginning at 8 p.m.
represented.The recently. On Sunday, July 18, the church will
1'i Bradford County Commis- Keene began his career with the celebrate homecoming with regular
''i sioners have been invited to attend as railroad industries in 1943! as a flag worship services and a covered dish
'ii well as L.M. Gaines, Zoning, and brakeman working out of the luncheon to be served during the noon
i, The luncheon will be dutch treat Wildwood yards. Moving his family to hour. The public is invited to attend
iM and the public is Invited, Cecelia Ter- Tampa in 1949 Keen continued at the any or all services.At .

I, willegar, Bradford's representative. same position until 1955 when he was the June 22 meeting of the city
said. promoted to conductor That year he council of Brooker, the job as custodian
'f f'I was also elected as the local union officer of the Bradford and City landfill!
'I for the Tampa area train service was awarded to Harlon Hodge with':

.;.' personnel many agreements were the lowest bid for the job. The required -,
Airman Kevin Tillman reached after many months negotiation days and time for the dump

Completes Training, with the company, such as holi- will_be Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-'
, Assigned to Arizona Base day and vacation pay. day and Saturday each week from. 8.
( Sandra Aderholt Keene said he has witnessed quite a Lmto5 p.m.
Tommy Cannon bit of railroad history during his 39 Jimmy Crosby and mother, Lydia,
,. Airman Kevin Tillman, son of Mr. 'years of service to the company. enjoyed a day of fun on an outing with
}, and Mrs. C. R. Tillman of Starke, has Sandra Aderholt Beginning as number 490 on the the John Zapp family at the Zapp1 I
graduated from the U.S. Air Force seniority roster for the State of river place on the Suwannee River
aircraft maintenance training courseat Tommy CannonTo Florida and retiring as number 14. last Saturday. A boat trip to Fanning

Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Wed Aug; 6 Keene said when he began workingfor Springs was enjoyed by the family.
Graduates of the course were train- the company the entire Industry and grandfather Jimmy, while great:
ed in aircraft maintenance, repair Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aderholt of employeed two and one-half million grandmother Lydia enjoyed the
and service, and earned credits Branford announce the engagementof but upon retirement the number had scenery and fishing from the camp
toward an associate degree in applied their daughter, Sandra Lou, to drop to a mere four hundred thou dock.
science through the Community College Tommy Lee Cannon of Bell, son of the sand. The Rev. and Mrs. Perry Cranfordand

,', of the Air Force. late William Edmon Cannon and Mrs. When asked why the tremendous children of Mayo have returned
i I,, Tillman, a 1979 graduate of Bradford Maggie Cannon of Starke. difference in numbers, Keene replied home after visiting with her mother,
High School, will now serve at Miss Aderholt is a graduate of modification from steam to diesel and Mrs. Doris Kelly. During the afternoon
" Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carter Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. Bradford High School and Lake City automation. Passenger trains are fast the Kelly children in the area

Airman Tillman is married to the Community College. making way for fast moving freight gathered on the lawn for a ballgameand
s Karen Vaughan and Keith Carter former Mary Anne Miller of Starke, Mr. Cannon is a graduate of Brad going from eighteen ton to eighteen enjoyed homemade Ice cream.
and they have one son, John Ryan. ford High School and is employed by thousand ton freight trains to keep up before returning home.

Aero Corp. in Lake City with the growth of Industry. Graham Baptist Church

Married May. 8 in Tampa. Did You Know........... at The 7 p.m.wedding at Lebanon will take Baptist place Church Aug. 6, Reminiscing Keene, laughing, Vacation Bible School will be held
recalled a couple of close calls, suchas '
at the Graham Baptist Church begin'
with a reception following in the
off the end of boxcar
walking a one
Miss Karen Ann Vaughan, daughterof ty. lie is employed by Florida Power recreation hall. ning July 12 -17, from 9 a.m. to noon.
night but to scramble to
Returning July 4 from a nine day managed
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Vaughan of and Light Company as an Internal No invitations will be sent but all The Rev. James Starling invites all
lines time he
safety.
of the New Switching one
tour England states
Tampa and Keith Maxie Carter, son Auditor. He plans to enter Stetson were friends and relatives are invited to at- youth and children within the area to
adults and leaped for the the side of the
five 16 children step on
: Mrs. Ray and learn about the Bible
come more
of and
Mr. Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr. of University Law School beginning in tend.
Stanwix-Hay, John and Jane, Mrs. boxcar missed his footing, his wed- and God's word.Bobbie .
Starke united in
were marriage May 8 August, 1982.
Beth Bobo and daughter, Yvonne, ding band caught on a piece of metal
at 4:30 in the First
: Baptist
Church in p.m. with Rev. Charles Dale Buchanan, Jim and Amy Lewis, leaving him dangling by the car, the
Tampa
Vote
the Richie Taylor, Todd Gillenwaters, on Directors. engineer saw his plight and stoppedthe
Massey performing nuptials. Eric and Paul Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Annual Set train, saving Keene from losing a
Did You Know. Meeting
Highlighting the altar were two Jean York Earns
...... Bob Ferguson and children, Julie finger.
baskets of lavender and white Fri.
pink
flowers Aimee, Jonathan and Jacob, Mrs. by Country ClubThe These things in the past now, Keeneis SFCC Academic
spring against a backgroundof
Areca palms. Philip Vellenga and daughter, Joy, annual meeting of the Starke looking forward to nothing tougher Excellence AwardMs.
Those from Starke attending the and Golf than landscaping the new home he
David Williams of Miss Sherri I Harrell. & Country Club is set Friday, July -
Tampa, organistand
Miss Leslie Sproles of wedding of Karen Vaughan and Keith 23, at 7 p.m. at the club house on built during the last year with the Bobbie Jean York of Starke
Carter in Tampa on May 8 were Mr. railroad, growing vegetables, travel
Country Club Road east of Starke. was presented with a scholarship
Tallahassee soloist
presented a
of nuptial music.. program and Mrs. George' Flynn Jr., Gray and SUMMER CLEARANCEat A fried chicken dinner will be serv- ing some with wife, Lorena, and award during graduation ceremoniesheld
Bradley D. Carter attended his Neva Jayne Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. LEILA'SBradford ed at a cost of $2.50 per person. The building a room to house a miniature June 18 at Santa Fe Community
Warren Winkler and son, Wade, Mr. annual meeting will begin immediately railroad. College in Gainesville.The .
brother as best man. Ushers were Square
and Mrs Valenski and
Joseph sons after the dinner. Church NewsA award for
academic excellenceis
Dwieght Hewett of Miami, Bob Mar-
John and Joe Dr.
and Mrs. O.L.
chetti of Boca Raton, Jay Godwin of Nominees for the board of directorsare group of the youth of the New given to students in the SFCC
Haynes, Jr. and daughter, Anne, Mr. Eddie Douglas, Betty Lou Shaw River and Dedan Church attended Health Related Program who main-
Gainesville, Carlton Faulk, Erie Baptist
and Mrs. John Anderson, Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Warren Langer and
and Morris Williams, and Steve Wright the Youth Mission and tain a 38 or above grade point
Biggs Jeffrey Norman, all of
Julian McRae children
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. spent Monday to Thursday at
Starke. Evangelist Conference held for three average. Ms. York has maintained a
Jerome Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jekyll Island.
Miss Denise Vaughan of Gainesville and Sarah and Son- days at Sea World near Orlando last perfect 4.0 grade point average in the
Biggs daughters,
t weekend. SFCC Nursing Program from which
attended as maid of honor. Atten Mr and Mrs. Erie Mr. and Miss Denise student at For
ja Biggs, Gissy, a a penny-wise sweet
Attending Sharon, Carol and she expects to graduate Aug. 6. She
dants were Kathy Robinson of were
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. California State Chico treat combine
Jeffrey Norman University, a half-cup
David Fussell Watterson raised a family and then decided to
Sarasota, Karen Manista and Lisa Mary ,
Carlton Faulk, Mrs. Betty Anne Cal. is visiting her parents Mr. and each honey, crunchy pea
Sabrina and Debbie return to school after 30 Ms.
Pearson of Tallahassee, Allison Phillips, Mrs. Janet Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy for two weeks. Joiningthe nut butter and non-fat Randy Starling, years.
Parrish, Jeanna Andrews Parcilla York wants to work in a cardiac unit,
Dayen of Tampa, Lisa Brooks and ,
Mrs. William Haas, Ricky Johns, family last week were Mrs. Jim dry milk. Mix well and
Welch,Drew Andrews, Mann perhaps the one which will be
Lori Dickson of Hollywood, Fla. They Tammy
Miss Lynn Pierce, Drew Barry and Gissy and daughter, Katie of shape Into a long narrow
and developed at Bradford
were attired alike in Lavender chiffon Jay Mendry. County
Miss Tammy Baldress. Also Mrs. Philadelphia, Pa roll. Wrap in wax paper,
gowns with lavender, pink and white This week the members of the Hospital.
Anne Godwin, .Jay, and Jana of chill and slice when firm
spring flower headpieces. They carted Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver were" into one-inch pieces. church conducting cottage prayer.

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the bride wore a white chiffon gown CLEARANCEat : Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Flynn and

trimmed with Queen Ann's lace and LEILA'SBradford Jerry Kidd of Tallahassee, Gray r Wedon
seed pearls. She wore a pearl SquareMrs. Flynn of Belleview, Miss Terri Co. ,
necklace and her white chiffon veil atelle of Orlando and Mrs. Fred Fieldof -
was trimmed with Queen Ann's lace .
and seed pearls to match her gown. Dorothy Salazar and sister, Tampa of Mr.were and Mrs.Friday to Monday .
guests George Flynn,
Mrs. Effie Winter of Hollis,
She carried a cascade bouquet of Long Jr. at Lake.
white American beauty roses, tea Island, spent last week at Disney Kingsley believe
roses and baby's breath.A World, Palm Beach and Fort Lauder-
reception was held at the University dale. )

Club in Tampa and the receptionroom SUMMER CLEARANCEat .. : ,
Those from Starke ,',' )o:
was highlighted with arrangements taking the bus LEILA'S ;
of lavendar, pink and trip to the World's Fair June 24 to Bradford .. .'. .:. z
white spring flowers. June 27 were Gwen Akridge, Allison SquareMiss 'IS k /.' ; i

The bride's table and punch tables and Traci Aljets, Faye Andrews, e.
were covered with white Army/Navy Alvira DeVoe, Peggy Gaskins, Judy 1 ,, .._ .. !
cloths. The bride's table was centered Hansen, Diane Hodge, Geraldine -
with a five-tiered wedding cake top- Hooten,Jewel Joyner, Gwen Moxley, ';
ped with a bride and groom. Punch Barbara Reddish, Sylvia Reddish, Lillian Stump, Mrs. W.H. Welcome-back*, 'i; I
and nuts were served from silver Mae Ritch, Joyce Riherd, Della Thomson, Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs. .. r "fit
punch bowls and compotes at the Rosenberg, Sandi Smith, Ruby Tan- J.M. Blackshear spent the weekend at to
punch table. An open bar held an ner, Eugenia Whitehead and Panacea high-interest, no.risk"investments"rt1 ,
assortment of seafood and hors Margaret Williams.Mr. _
d'oeuvres.The Among the out-of-town guests at the '

band played for the bride and Turner-DiVito wedding on Saturdaywere Risk just d esn't fir Into our way of :; Threesand :
,room's dance and the 300 guests en- and Mrs. W.H. Green and fami- Brant Turner and Karen Bur- doing business. Ar Fortune Federalwe !f":1
joyed dancing during the party hours. ly of Tallahassee and Michael Greenof chette of Washington, D.C.,John Bur- rhinlv The peace of mind you 14.000 ; ?one holf
ton of Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Carl I I
After spending some time with their
Gainesville the weekend with I
guests the couple left for a weeks their mother, Mrs.spent Lex Green. Bauer and Mrs. Martha Smith of gain from investing money or a per. annum' '., years.H/ 1Avoiloble I,
cruise to the Bahamas after which Greenville, Miss., Edward Knight guaranTeed high rare of Interest for a limited time "only. I
and Mrs. Jeanette Cameron and fully insured 'is wOrTh much
they are residing in Miami. more
Mrs. Debra Coty of Tampa visited Minimum deposit is $500. Interestis
The bride received her B.S. degreein her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell daughter, Shannon of West Palm man the return you might realize in. non-compounded and may'be'
Communications from Florida over the weekend. Beach. money marker ventures
paid quarterly or.monthly. depending -
State University in April 1982 and is a
member of Alpha Chi Omega sorori Mrs. Marcia Welch of Savannah: on the amount Invested. Auromtifittjfly' -
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our customers investments lot renewed at The rote in
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Carter is a 1977 graduate of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Steve Futch worked Rescue at the for 47 years in a rlsl -freeway effect at maturity14.8o I
Bradford High School; received his Haynes, Jr. Daytona International Speedway for and this policy has helped ui Two andonehalf
B.S. degree in Finance in 1981 from several I races Including the become one of rhe rap 100 assoca-' Yo

Florida State University and he is a Bill and Brad Hamilton are spen- "Firecracker 400" at Daytona Beach rions in the country with over one _
member of Phi Delta Theta fraterni ding two weeks at Camp Immokolee. over the weekend. billion dollars in assets per annum years

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The American League all star team singles but 9 bases on balls given up trouble though, and allowed no runs Brown McRae. Whitehead, Jamey
from Starke put itself 1-up on the National by 3 different pitchers were the Na- just 4 more nits, and struck out 7 in Carver, and Jerry Roebuck all drew
stars from Lawtey and Brooker tional's downfall and American pit- the last 5 shutout Innings. walks and Billy Heavner blooped a
with a 1 in the opening game of the best-of-3 nearly as much trouble finding the ing 2 runs in the 2nd, 7 in the 3rd to Mullins roped another RBI single.
Major League all star series at Pratt plate- walking 7 and hitting 1 man. take the lead, and an insurance scorein Jason Brown walked to force in
St. the 4th. another run, Paul Akridge dribbled a
Warren Carver, an assistant coach In the bottom of the 1st with 2 fielder's choice grounder to make it
The series decides the team that for the Starke Americans explainedthat aboard Whitehead ripped 0 single to 8-4 and finally the leafoff batter of the
will represent the Starke league in the pitchers were trying to throw score Jody Brown. He got caught In a inning Jody Brown-stroked a singlefor
District all star play starting July 17 too hard against the potent all star rundown between first and second a 9-4 advantage. Billy Gault, the %
in Keystone Heights and game 2 was lineups. after the throw home and while the Nationals third pitcher, got out of the I
scheduled for Wednesday July 7, at Nationals played hotbox with the jam with 2 strikeouts but the damage
5:45.: If the Americans win it's all Whitehead' walked 5 and hit 1 in the American pitcher finally tagging had been done.
over, but a National League victory first as the Nationals took a 4-0 leadon him out at first Robby McRae scoredto Carver added an insurance score in :
forces a rubber game Thursday, July just one base hit. Robert Starling's make it 4-2. the 4th, walking, moving to third on a
8. at 5:45: at Pratt St. single got Timmy Seeley home with After a scoreless 2nd the Americanstook line single by Mullins, and scoring on
the first National run, and Whitehead advantage of wildness by a fielder's choice by Jason Brown.
In the opener Tuesday the play forced 3 more runners (Mike Rourke Malachi Jenkins, who came on in Lawtey catcher Timmy Seeley gunn-
wasn't quite up to all star standards Starling, and Billy Gault) in with relief of Jamey Crews. The Starke ed Brown down trying to steal secondto i
primarily because of pitching wildness.He stars batted around in the 3rd to take keep the Americans from padding i I,
wildness. Both teams managed 5 settled down after that early over control of the game. their lead anymore.
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Jody Brown ((1-2 with 2 runs), ; 'l I
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had RBIs. '.. ..... .. .. ,
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fans up on the 3rd base side with a -
screaming liner that had foul territory -
fans diving for cover. He then Nationals Get Force at Second....
ripped 2 towering homers out of the The National League all stars of Starke got out number two in the 5th InnIng -
\ ballpark foul before drawing a walk. by forcing American baserunner John Berry at second base on this toss
For the losers Robert Starling was from second baseman Judy Brown (number 11) to shortstop Paul Akridge.
r t I 2-for-4 with an RBI, and Jenkins,
nl .- thR Gault, and Allen Wood had the other
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I ,Is Brian Whitehead of the Starke American League all baseman Mike Rourke. Whitehead was tagged out but PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS
stars as he tries to get free from a rundown between National with the attention on him a run scored, helping the Nationals
second; baseman Robert Starling .and first to a 10-4 win. MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY
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Football Varsity junior varsity, and 9th .PVV RegistrationSet J CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED
preseason graders are invited to attend "this SummerBeginner "The, Doctor of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine
Meeting Set TonightAn very important meeting and everyone Saturday But Will Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human
needs to be there" says David Hurse, Frame In Diet And In
informative meeting of all the Registration for the upcoming Pop Classes The Cause & Prevention Of Disease"
the head coach and athletic director.
Satur-
Warner football
season begins T. EDISON
Bradford High football players for the Coach Hurse wants to get the day, July 10. from 10 a.m. to 2
1982 set tonight (Thursday, Ages 4 & Up
season is
players together and talk to them, front of TGi in the Bradford Square 21 Hour
Emergency Service
July 8) at 7 p.m. in the field house at getting them started in the right Shopping Center. Answering
BUS. direction for the upcoming season. Boys and girls ages 7-15 are invitedto Contact: Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Saturday 9 to 2
register to play football or be DOROTHY SALAZAR
cheerleaders, says League President 964.6792 9am 5pmor
Dale Brown. 90470988476 DR. W.C. EATON 473.3604 '

Lt&1 eeDRAWDY Pop Warner football practice Classes Start July 14th DR. LOUNETTE EATON HWY. 21 N.
begins August 2 at Westside Park.

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ACCEPTING APPOINTMENTS ON THE 13th of JULY .

Set VoaSoon/ Skidder for more production. i .

call 782-3995 for Appointment :

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REVENUE the same brand skidder that I had operated for my former inspection programs all designed to keep you and your "
FEDERAL employer. I knew of the machine's failings but felt that I skidder productive and realize maximum return on your "

couldn't afford the best. Was I ever wrong! equipment investment. I I II
SHARING PROPOSAL I found that getting logs out of the woods at a profit If you're still operating some other equipment because .

depends for the most part on the machines you send in you think you can't atTbrd a Cat skidder, see your

commission will hold a after them. Since I switched to my Cat 518 Skidder I've Caterpillar Dealer. w'.r I
The city of Starke City almost doubled my production and reduced my He'll help you select the best financial plan to suit your I
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missioner's room at the city hall Allocation for the:proposed No other heavy equipment\ dealer give you better Cat equipment for much less than you think.'i J

the Federal Revenue Sharing of this allocation Is $69,042. All product support than Your Caterpillar Dealer. You're i : y -

The estimated amount their opinion or request assured of swift dependable service and parts availability, RING POWER :
citizens are invited to express proposaluseStB You get professional assistance in selecting the right Cat : It
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f1: The Starke Stars and Kingsley Lake ble James Curtis 3-5 with a triple' Jones and Scott Polk 2-4, -.,_. ... ,,and Chuck Johnson;Blaine'Dyal,and doubles 'Ronnie. Nugent 2-3,*nib Dale. SunshineGames
u M split two games this week but as fart Clayton Norman 3.5,and Blaine Dyal I, For the losers Ronnie Nugent was John Thompson slapped:2 I hits. Bedford 2.4. ]:, w 4i.! ,
K as the league standings go neither John Bennett. Mike Southerland and 24.
ft | game had more than pride at stake. David Jones all pitched in with 2 hits ., Mathodl.t 14 t Calvary 13t Down 14-6
\:f. 1 The Stars had already clinched the as the Stars finished up their league Thursday July 1 ,heading into the bottom of the last '/11,'Standing VV-l
!i. league title and Kingsley Lake was a season on top Tuesday.For King.,., 14 St.,. Hi Dennis Calvary Baptist refused to roll over Starke Stars 19-2
I shoe-in for second and that's just how Kingsley Lake Richard Smith Crawford poled a 3-run homer with no without a fight, and nearly came all Kingsley Lake 15-3
; j 1 they finished, the Stars 19-2 and was 3-3, Jim Garrison 2-2 with a double outs in the bottom of the last as they way back with a 7-run last Inning 1st Baptist 11-8 The 1982 Sunshine State Games
" i Kingsley Lake,15-6, with 1st Baptist'I David Gaines, Donnie Elder, Kingsley Lake handed the Stan only rally. But a popup ended the game 1st Methodist 8-11 sports festival for Florida wiU again
' I taking third at 11-8. Dennis Crawford and Dwayne their second league loss of the year with.,Methodist clinging to a one-run Calvary : 5-15 offer a varied array of events m the
,, : In other action 1st Methodist ((9-11)) Hardee all 2-4, and Curtis Crawford (both at the hands of KL). victory. w I Starke area, with most of the events
. i. swept a pair from Calvary(5-16) 14-13 belted a solo homer. Crawford was 3-4 with 2 home runs For the winners Barry Thomas was '.'Standings W-l again being held at the Unl/crafty) of
and 15-3 to settle the issue of 4th and and a double. Also Roger Bennettwas 3-for-S with 2 doubles, Jason Polk 3-4t Smyrna Baptist 14-4 ,Florida in Gainesville.The .
5th place in the'A' league. Mathodlit' IS Calvary 3t Methodist 3-4, and Doug Crawford, Joel Gareth Jones 2-3 with a double, and Presbyterian ii-7 track & field championships
TIfe....'.Jul made it look easy Tuesday,thanks to Hodges and David Gaines 24. .Jay Eaves 2-3. Pine Level Baptist 6-12 get things underway at Percy Beard
star it Kin.gtay 111 Clean hitter the hitting of John Denmark 2-3 with a For the Stars James Curtis was 3-4 For Calvary Raymond Trainor and St Edwards 5-14 Track on the UF campus July 16-17
Chuck Johnson was 4-for-5 with a dou double Erie Biggs 3.3, and Gareth with an in-park homer and double' Duane; Searle were both 2-2 with Jr.Stars 2-17 while fencing and synchronized swim
ming share that weekend on campus.
: Involved in the track meet will be 4
athletes from Bradford High (see
't AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE related story).
The official opening of the games is
Save Money With Generic I 2 p.m., Saturday, July 17, at the
O'Connell center in Gainesville with
__ \ Drug Prescriptions! m the opening ceremony led by Florida
v Governor Bob Graham.

__ Generic and brand name: drugs have the same quality Finals July 17 include archery,

I j and effectiveness. The only difference is the cost. We weightlifting, canoing and kayaking
marathons (on the Suwannee River),
: can assure you of quality' Generic Drugs at lower shooting precision air rifles
prices! Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist todayl f (Orlando), while 2-day July 17-18
events Include boxing at Florida Gymat
UF, cycling gymnastics at the
O'Connell Center,skeet shooting and
smallbore rifle shooting
(Gainesville),
: On tap July 18 Is archery and olym-
I pic sprint canoenlnlt! and kayaking at

r H'.' ... Lake Wauburg Speed roller skating
will be held July 18-20 in Orange Park
,,1\ 'VIRUD 'while freestyle wrestling takes the
I. I stage July 23-24 at the O'Connell
I 'IININa -:. 071f1 < < < TRANSISTORL .. Center. Bradford High's Michael
a final I BATTERIES fcf* McDuffie will be involved in that after
I winning at District's.July .
I net LiiI 23-25 is racquetball finals and

July 23-26 the O'Connell Center will
I.g !! I host the swimming championships.Even .
071ff.' closer to home Camp Blan-
IIIi 6U 11 1% '. Ii h11j1 I.I ding will host the high power rifle
",' Wl I __ a shooting competition July 24-25.
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holds) and ten speed cycling is set for
July 25.The '
III EVEREADY high school all star competitions "
I sponsored Jointly by the Governors -
SAFEGUARD TAB orCOCACOLA "AA" Sunshine State Games program
G.m:9BUFFERED:
III FINAL NET KORDITE BATTERIES and the Fla. Athletic Coaches Assn.,
BATH SOAP
ASPIRIN start July 28-29 with the girls all star
120Z.CANS.TRASH BAGS
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Rag.69- bar Reg.UOp.clc softball tournament at Westside Parkin
,69 BOX OF 40 Gainesville. July 29 is the all star
I TAB LETS 99C.Oz. 169 : /215 299 199c1 IrlJl soccer game at UFo
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Priced AEROSOL BARS PACK Rag.4.49 ly 29-August 1,while judo the USVBA
Compare to Bufferin. Limit 1 Price reflects 6 cents off Limit 2 Limit 2 volleyball tournament is slated for
Limit 1 label Limit 4 July 31 and the high all star girls
volleyball game the same day.

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21 99.--4 I 78 golfers and pretending
golfers turned out last Saturday for
4 BRAC" the first running of what is hoped to bea
PEPPERMINT KISSES < year-in year-out tribute to long-
II or SALTWATER TAFFY I, ,. IGLOO time Doctor H.H. Adams of Starke.
COOLER GRAN PRIX AM/FM II III The marked
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CHILDREN'S 119 @; ; ;I.'. <. PEDESTAL ,. Io z an ''''There's a lot of people who normally
I DISNEY VINYL STRAP HIBACHI __ .,1 would have'played here but they had

ZORRIES LAWN FURNITURE ir K1I" .. "It it i made holiday committments before
1 Regular 1.49 CHAISE R.9.11.99 S.". 4.00 II A I PAC.MAN" n ..' ,I<>b the tournament'was Considering:
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99'... ; 8>.. 1000CHAIR 1399 /mR.a.24.99 r. Herres'said a' firm date for next
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GIRLS'1PIECE frf 2995 first showing that the tourney. could
;.) toe,>a highlight"event'In. .. Starke. for
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ACCENT TABLES i TROPHY (t. vo'years to come. ::: .-
SWIMSUIT ."This is the beginning of something
I Slzaa 714Ragular R'o 2 R/ 700 SMOKER 5999 Siva GRILL 15.00 II'm KODAK big.maybe," Herres said.
5.99 Rag.
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EKTRALITE 10 ,be happy about... trophies.
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in the blitz system. Jacksonville's
Doug Seymour and Dennis Con-
29 naghton of Starke tied for second at
plus-6 with Seymour. winning the prizeon
lIP 10-INCH ELECTRIC a tiebreaker.
: i II Trophy winners in the non-handicap
WEEDER' Calloway division were Bill Reagan of
PIONEER Starke with a 1st-place 70 and Wade

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...Bradford High baseball coach Mike Hartley doesn't have a summer Ing with coach Mike Sexton on summer nights at the gym. ...There was no 'world series' Starke's Dixie Major baseball league this

team week per se this year as a matter of fact a 6-1 win over a Union County teama Sexton says he's got a young group,with just 3 upcoming seniors but their year, the Giants were declared champion on the basis of their best overall

he ago Monday (see Sports Briefs for details) Is the only planned game getting together in the summer is certainly a start in bringing Bradford High record but there is a doozy of a series in Bradford though: the local league's
but will
'? have a summer program. Hartley, who has had some big successes basketball back to respectability and it's got Sexton
smiling about the 2 Dixie Major all star teams (American and National) are in the middle of a
with his
BUS diamond teams so far wants to continue the future...
I upswing best of 3 series with the winner advancing on to the district playoff in
and has met with all the Interested
8th graders who are moving to high
up Keystone The second is for if
set
Heights. game Wednesday and game 3, nec-
, :;,. school baseball.next year, plus those freshman and sophomores who have not playedHe's ...Some members of the Tornado track teams will also be working/ out in cessary, Thursday at Pratt St., so stop and let the 11 and 12 year olds from
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, .. .' the summer and running in all-comers meets and
AAU and Jr. Olympic the county show you some good baseball...
picked potential varsity players out of the bunch and is working with meets. Also, they'll gear towards the Sunshine State Games track and field

1'". them in small groups during the summer. finals set for July 16-17 at the University of Florida... ...Organizers of Starke's Youth Softball Association were thanking the
:.. One of the problems with playing more games in the summer is that other
I sponsoring Action Club and its field the
crews, umpires,concession workers
like-size towns in our area don't have summer teams or are aligned with Women's Softball Set July 16-181n Lawtey... scorekeepers, and anybody else on the long list of volunteers who helped the,

.: American Legion ball (Keystone or Patatka for instance). Hartley said a The Lawtey Dixie Youth Association will be putting on a women's Softball tournament put some money into the youth softball program here in Starke.
::. summer league is in the works for next with teams lined from
year up tournament to raise funds July 16-18 at Lawtey's Cobble Field and all local
I ;: Palatka, St. Augustine, Orange Park and Mlddleburg involved.. ballclubs are invited to participate.
...Speaking of youth softball plans well mapped out for the
'- Entrance fee is $75 plus two balls. For more information and to enter call are pretty
...Meanwhile about 15 prospective Tornado basketball players are work- Ed Crews ((782-3060)) or Brenda Seeley ((782-3002)... Starke Stars trip to Deland for the state 18-and-under boys tournament July

; ; Legal Notices 18-18.


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PUBLIC NOTICE .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF April 29, 1982. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED A* the property of the .
THOMAS HARPER has NOTICE OF APPLICA- Sy.t.m.Chapt.r July 2, 1982.Gilbert .
FLORIDA EIGHTH Gilbert S. BrownAs IN THE ESTATE: above named defendantand -
t",: mod application to the TION FOR TAX DF.ED 6Gx "-.2.00G.n.ral S. Brown -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Clerk of the Court YOU ARE HEREBY that on Monday the
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Bradford County Zoning NOTICE IS HEREBY Administration. As Clerk of said Court
: Board for r.cla..lflcatlon AND COUNTY.FOR ALACHUA By: Marian McRae NOTIFIED that the ad- GIVEN that Charlie Mae 12th day of July 1982 at Chapter 6Gx 4-3.00 By: Beulah MoodyAs E::

..; As Deputy Clerk ministration of the 1 p.m. on said day on the PersonnelChapter
of the prop.rty described Case Moore the holder of the Deputy' Clerk Ruddy ,
; : below from RSF.1 to No. 81-541-CA 6/24 4tchg 7/15 estate of Tolbert McCoy. following certificates has premises of Bradford 6Gx 44.00 7/8 4tchg 7/29 c
IN RE: The Marriage of Jail I will offer
deceased In County
., : RSF-MH-1 five acre is pending filed sold certificates fora Student Personnel
FRANK G. MclENON, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the Circuit Court for for sale and sell to thehlgh..t 6Gx .5.00
2 located nine miles South tax deed to be Issued Chapter
Husband, and HELEN D.McLENON bidder for cashIn NOTICE OF APPLICATION Callings '
", of Stark off 100 to St. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Bradford County thereon. The certificate Curriculum and Instruction t;

.-. ; Rd. 21 and 1/4 mile off Wife. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN Florida Probate Division numbers and years of Issuance hand, the above FOR REZONINGAND
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO AND FOR BRADFORD the address of described' property of AMENDMENT OF
paved Rd. on Speedville the descriptionof Chapter 6Gx 4 6.00
: HELEN D. aid defendant THE LAND USE PLAN
Rd. S.E. 43 St., out of COUNTY FLORIDA, which Is Bradford County the property and the to satisfythe Business Affairs .
McLENON, 313 Live Oak aforesaid Execution. An ORDINANCE amending
: ;. parcel 5819 In Section 24, CIVIL ACTION Courthouse, Starke, names In which It was Chapter 6Gx 4-7.00
.' Township 8 South, Range Drive Swansboro North Case No. 82-103-CA Florida. assessed are a. follows: Dolph E. Reddish School TransportationServices the Comprehensiveland Sports Editor
; Carolina, 28S16 Sheriff, Bradford County Use Pion Element
FORTUNE The personal
allow FEDERAL Certificate No. 23, Year
: :- 22 East, to mobile
YOU ARE HEREBY and .
.. homes and/or conv.n. SAVINGS AND LOAN representative of the of Issuance 1919.DescriptIon Florida Chapter 6Gx .8.00 Map by Bradford a). m- > -. mm

:..:.; hanoI homes on residential for NOTIFIED that an action ASSOCIATION of Clearwater estate Is Anna Lee Mc- of Proper. 6/17 4lchg 7/8 School Food and Nutrition County Florida, In accordance I

.' property. dissolution of marriage formerly known Coy whose address I I. ty: W 49 FT of N 120 FT of Services with the local.
as styled above, NOTICE Is hereby Government Comprehensive
jas GUARANTY FEDERAL Route 2, Box 163S 5 of 6Gx .9.00
-'c. This change In has Lot In Otts S/D that Chapter
been brought given on Monday Planning Act
SAVINGS AND LOAN Stark., Florida 32091. Sec 23 5-S. School Plants and
classification Is Lawtey : Twp
subject against you In the obova- ASSOCIATION OF The name and address of July 19, 1982, at 10a.m., Facilities of 1975 as provided for in Starke Hosts
; to a public hearing to be styled Court, seeking R22.Name the undersigned Gator Chapter 163 of the ,
; GAINESVILLE, Plaintiff the personal representative's in which 6Gx 4 10.00 ,
'1 held on Tuesday. July 27, assessed Chapter -
dissolution of marriageand set Frelghtways, Inc. will Florida Statute
". 1982 at 7 p.m., in the other and vs.JAMES attorney are Henry Moore. sell at for Miscellaneous ,
relief you forth below. public auction TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers -
H. MORROWand All of cold of these
Commission property Copies !
0. County proposed
are required to file yourresponse cash at 2175 Commonwealth and other interested TourneyJuly12
.'. Room in the Bradford THELMA J. MORROW All persons having being in the County of rules may be obtained .
to Husband'sPetition Ave.. Persons
hi. wife Defendants claims or d.mand.agaln.t Bradford, State of from theSup.rlnt.nd.nt'
County Courthouse. At with the Clerk of the Jacksonville, Fla., one You and each of You
\\l i this time all persons Interested said Court and to serve a H. MOR- WITHIN estate THREE or.r.qulr.d Florida. lot of Battery Cables consigned officesat are hereby and herewith
shall b. heard TO: JAMES Unless such certificateor 582 North Temple
: .
copy thereof upon Husband's to Nick Mack.on.So. given notice' in accordance -
and THELMA J. MONTHS FROM THE
ROW certificate shall be Avenue, Starke, Florida.
for the
or against
proposal attorney whosename Daytona Beach, Fla. with Florida
MORROW, P.O. Box 982, DATE OF THE FIRST redeemed according to This Is In compliancewith
: as specified In theZoning1
and address to satisfy freight and Statutes that the Boardof
appear Keystone Heights' FL PUBLICATION OF THIS low the described the Florida Statutes' ,
: Code of Bradford property The Starke-hosted District 7 Dixie i
hereon on or storage charges, und.rthe County Commis.sioners
file with the
: .: County. before July 26, 1982. 32656 NOTICE to In such certificate or provisions of Section Chapter 120.54 as of Bradford Boys (13-14 year olds) baseball tournament

,,: Allen L, Richardson Herein fail not or a YOU ARE HEREBY clerk of the above courta certificates will be soldto 4b) of Uniform StandardBill enacted by the 1974 County, Florida have opens up with 3 games here in
of
: Chairman Bradford Default will be takenagainst notified that an action to written statement the highest bidder at of Lading. Florida Legislature.Thomas designated the Bradford town Monday, July 12. !
.. foreclose a mortgage on any claim or demand th. court house door L. Jr.Superintendent .
; County Zoning Board. you admittingthe on Gator Frelghtways, Casey, County Zoning and Plan At Westside Field a pitching mound
.; : 1tchg 7/8 allegations of said the following property In claim they may be have.In Each the 17th day of August Inc, Carrier ofSchooli ning Board to conduct a has been built and actions starts at 6
Bradford County. must writing 1982.
p.m. Monday with the Starke all stars
Petition. 7/8 2tchg 7/15 public hearing at a
:. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Florida: and must Indicate the Dated this 24th day of 7/8 2tchg 7/15 playing the Gainesville East
WITNESS hand and regular held at
my Lot One ((1)) basis for the claim the NOTICE Is hereby meeting
:r June, 1982.
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL representatives. At 8 p.m. Bel-Med
the seal of this Court the
-. SMOKERISE according to name and address of the Gilbert S. Brown given that on Monday, NOTICE / .p.m.. in the County
:: CIRCUIT IN AND FOR 22nd day of June 1982. goes against Middl burg. Meanwhile, ,
BRADFORD COUNTY Gilbert S. Brown plat thereof recorded In creditor or his agent or Deputy Clerk July 19. 1982, at 10a.m., The BRADFORD Commission meeting at 7 p.m. at the high school field, I

FLORIDA. plat book 3. page 33 of attorney, and the Clerk of Circuit Court of the undersigned Gator COUNTY SCHOOL room. Bradford County Keystone Heights and Lake City play
Clerk of the
Circuit Court the records of amount claimed. If the Frelghtways, Inc. will Courthouse Starke,
public
Case No. 81-540 Bradford County Florida BOARD Starke, Florida the other opening round game.
By: Beulah Moody Bradford claim Is not due, the sell at public auction for Florida on Tuesday July
DIVISION OF FORESTRY Clerk County yet 7/1 1.4tchg 7/22 will hold a PUBLIC HEAR. Action continues with 3 games ((2 at
Deputy Florida. dote when It will become > cash at 2175 Commonwealth ING ON PROPOSED 27 1982. and make a
CREDIT UNION, Plaintiff Westside 1 at BUS) and
Tuesday
Anderson E. Hatfield
has been filed due shall be stated. If NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Ave. recommendation to the
againstyou BOARD RULE NO. 4124.1 .
vs. DALLAS R. Wednesday nights. 2 at Westside on
''.. Attorney for Husband and you are requiredto the claim Is contingent orunliquldat.d. REGISTER FICTITIOUS Jacksonville, Fla., one Job Description for Board of County Commissioners Thursday the final and
CRAWFORD and KATIE L. on Friday, a
4114 N.W. 13th St.,
and the
the NAME lot of Sun Ton lotion
of natureof
serve a consigned
copy your DEAN OF STUDENTS second
CRAWFORD, his wife, Gainesville Florida championship game to be
written defenses if any, the uncertainty shall Pursuant to Section to Babagold, Inc., SECONDARY at the Board will consider on played Saturday if
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE 32601 ((904)-377-5704.) to It on JOHN H. be stated. If the claim Is 865.09 Florida Statutes Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., to Regular School Board Monday August 2, 1982at Admission prices neccessary.will be $1 for

NOTICE IS HEREBY 6/24 4tchg 7/15 HASWELL. Plaintiffs attorney .secured the security notice I. hereby given satisfy freight' and Meeting. July 19, 1982 the some said place at adults and .50 cents for children and

GIVEN pursuant to 0Suouvqty whose address Is shall be described. The that the undersigned. storage charges, under at 7 p.m. in 'the school 10 a.m. on Ordinance will be good for all games that night,
Final IN THE CIRCUIT COURT P.O. Drawer I I. 21 NE 1st claimant shall deliver Richard Cornatzer, 4455 the provisions of Section board room of the Brad. relating to: regardless of the ballfield.
JudgknQent
of Foreclosure OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIALcRUIJ Street, Gainesville, sufficient copies of the Confederate Pointy 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill ford County School Board The rezonIng of the The Starke all stars are: Paul Kish '. .

1 OF FLORIDA IN Florida., .32602_ on..,or claim to.J'! clerk to Jacksonville.. Flo. 32210.'soleow'ner of, Lading. offices,1582 _North:! Jem- following described pro. Greg Wilkinson Chuck Coburn Keith -.
f fc.Ame j I jM' In this cause, I Is ANO- '=OR BRADFORD, before July 20. 1982;and enableVhe cr.r'l'maJl -deina Color Frelghfwa'ysiInc. ; pie Avenue, Storke, perty and amending the Kehoe, Mike Chappell Pairote
COUNTY. file the original with the one copy to each 'personal business under the firm; Carrier. Florida." Comprehensive/ Land Srivibul, Gerald Brown
will Stacey
sell the
to highest Case No. 82.197 Clerk of this Court representative.All name of General 7/8 2tchg 7/15 Copies of this proposed Use Plan to provide that Green, David Bass Jones
Stephen
and best bidder for cash ,
j-X IN RE: The Marriage of before service on Plain. persona Interestedin Salvage Co., Rt. 15, Box rule and Job Description lands currently zoned OR Brad Green Stacey
5, ? at the front entrance of DOROTHY JEAN THOR. tiff's attorney or Im- the estate of whom a 544. Maxvllle, Fla. NOTICE OF DISPOSITIONOF No. 4124.1 may be and designated by the Dunn David Hamilton Bowen, Lamar Bobby

the Bradford County NHILL Wife and medlatley thereafter; copy of this Notice of Administration 32234, Intends to COLLATERAL: obtained from the plan as Agricultural be Crews, and Hal Wood.

Courthouse In Starke, MICHAEL EDWARD otherwise a default will has been register said fictitious TO: leroy R. and Br.n- Superintendent's' Officesat rezoned to CI, and Coaches are Gene Melvin David

.'; Florida at 11 am., on THORNHILL. Husband. be entered against you mailed are required name under the do Monteith. Address: 582 N. Temple designated Commercial Bass, and Hiram Chappell. ,

i-- August 10 1982, all that NOTICE OF ACTIONTo for the relief demandedIn WITHIN THREE MONTHS .aforesaid statute.Dated P.O. Box 481, Storke, Avenue Starke, Florida. Intensive the property of

.. : certain property located MICHAEL EDWARD the Complaint or Petition. FROM THE DATE OF THE this 22nd day of Fla. 32091 AND ALL PER This Is In compliancewith D.M. Halo described as

".' and situate In Bradford THORNHILL whose FIRST PUBLICATION OF June, 1982 in Bradford SONS INTERESTED IN the Florida Statutes, follows: Approximatelyeleven I

:::. County, Florida, as more residence Is unknown. WITNESS my hand and THIS NOTICE, to file any County. PURCHASING MOBILE Chapter 120.54 as acres in Section Two Starke

particularly described as YOU ARE HEREBY seal of this Court on the objections they may 6/24 2tchg 7/1 HOME. en"d.d- ku lh'.- lOlA' .. 7, Township 7 South
,j- follows: I NOTIFIED that an action 9th day of June. 1982. have that challenges the Pursuant to Florida Florida Legislature. Range 7 East out of

11111-:< The West half of thefollowing for dissolution of marriage Gilbert S. Brown validity of the decedent' NOTICE OF Statutes 679.504 you are Thomas L. Casey Jr. parcel 4739, located 1/2 Teams

properly: has been f'led By: Beulah Moody will. the qualifications of SHERIFFS SALE hereby notified that the Superintendent of mile South of Storke on

'.,,' > 'Begin corne'r"at', the. rLo Southeast against you in the Circuit: ...,'...,....w. '. Deputy Clerk the' personal representative Notice Is hereby given undersigned leinholderwill Schoolsia East side of Hwy 301 for
of 60 of Court' of the Eighth 6/17 4tchg 7/8 orthe venue or that I I. Dolph E. Reddish offer for private sale 2tchg 7/15 sales and repair of

WX .WqODLAWN. Section Judicial Circuit of the jurisdiction of the court. as sheriff of Bradford after July 16 1982 the mobile homes. Play July 7The

8I1isutrl ,' -Town.hlp- 5outh, State,of Florida, In and NOTICE ALL CLAIMS County Florida under following described property NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO You ore further given
..Ranl.,22 Eost.iond run )'and _I I..will not be responsible 1982 NOTICE that a copy of
"H81 for Bradford County DEMANDS. AND OBJEC. and by virtue of Writ of : Champion REGISTER FICTITIOUS
Ot.il !W32! f..t to beginn- you i are requested to for debts made by TIONS NOT SO FILED Execution to-wit: Concord Mobile Home, NAME said proposed OR. 2 all star teams from the Starke

ilol-xJ 'lnog,.,.corner; .(hence/ ,run1Inh serve I la copy of your Sandra Mosley after this WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Execution Issued out Serial No. 2495. 70x14 NOTICE I IS! HEREBY DINANCE Is available for Leaguethe Americans and Na

t ,)'V.o'> 298,'.,M a Point: written d.f.n..ilt any date, .June 17, 1982. of County Court of Brad- with all related equipment GIVEN That the undersigned your Inspection at the office tionalsopen District tournament

th.nc. run North, ,208 to.lt;. on the Petitionerwhose Larry Mosley RED.Date of the first ford County Florida pursuant and furnishings, if under the provisions of the Director of play against each other in Lake City

tun "J JsetQ; 0ita pQinti thence name and address ,6/17 4tpd. 7/8 publication of this Noticeof to a Final Judge any, which Is presently of Setlon 865,09, Zoning and Planning Wednesday night July 7, with a 6

erf"1!?) osf 08. !..' Is DOROTHY JEAN If i Administration: July ment of Marvin E. Rosierof located at: Olln's Mobile Florida Statutes, will Bradford County Courthouse p.m. game.

Iud
iri) .:;,208 (.eMo""*"Jhe! egining Interlochen Florida FOR BRADFORD "COUNTY Anna lee McCoyAs against Timothy J. 32091 Any person Interested the Circuit Court III and Each and every Person and loser will still be alive in the

QIij'vcQrrec| f ,." 32048 and file the ,, FLORIDA. PROBATE Personal Representative Sakowskl and Ellen In purchasingthe for Putnam County having any interest double-elimination tournament and

-,, .' .|N >yiTSS. THEREOF.I original with the Clerk of DIVISION of the Estate of Sakowskl defendants above described property Florida. upon receipt of whatever In the enactment will play Saturday. Wednesday's winner

I have hereunto set my -above-styled Courton File No. 82-S9-CP-1-3415 Tolbert McCoy Deceased in the amount of $544.73 should contact the proof of publication of of this proposed is scheduled to play Saturday at 4

111,1 i !hand and official seal or before Jun. 3. IN' REt ESTATE' OF together with cost of undersigned. this notice, the following ORDINANCE should/ appear p.m. in winner's bracket while the

this 5th day of July. 1982.I 19J12. Otherwise a Judgment TOLBERT McCOY ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL collection. SOUTHERN GUARANTY fictitious name to-wit: and be heard at the loser will have its back to the wall in

Gilbert S. Brown may be entered Deceased REPRESENTATIVE Have seized and haveIn CORPORATIONP.O. Youn'l Records under time and place prescribed. the elimination bracket and play

Clerk of the against you for the relief NOTICE OF Dudley P. Hardy. P.A. my possession the Drawer 9409 which we are engaged In Saturday at noon.

:r Circuit Court; demanded in the com ADMINISTRATION'TO P.O. Drawer 1030 following personal property Winter Haven Fla. 33880782tchg715 business at P.O. Box 390, Board of Bradford Coun. The American League stars from

J ... Bradford County, Florida plaint or petition.. : AlL PERSONS HAYING Starke, Florida 32091 to-wit: 1967 Ford lawtey Fla. 32058. ty Commissioners the 4 Starke teams are: Chris Noegel

,,' By Beulah Moody WITNESS my hand and CLAIMS OR ((904)964-5701) Pick-up. I.D. No. a a That the names of the BY: Gilbert S. Brown Jason Smith Chris Simmons Sean

'-. Deputy Clerk the seal of said Court on DEMANDS AGAINST THE 7/1 2tchg 7/8 F25ACH07I6I. NOTICEThe persons solely InterestedIn Clerk Nichols Jimmy Long Darrell Gnann,
.? 7/8 2tchg 7/15 AROyE ESTATE AND AL BRADFORD the said business areas Itchg 7/8 Emory Prevail Ron Zurfluh Lance

Donnie Al-
Wiggins Francis Ashley
) COUNTY SCHOOL follows:
BOARD, Stark. Florida, AIMEE SHEDDAN PUBLIC NOTICE day, David Elder, Jamie Whitehead.
JACK COURTNAY has Coaches are Jim Womack Jim
=zT- will hold a PUBLIC HEAR- TOM SHEDDAN
ING ON PROPOSED 7/8 4tpd' 7/29 made application for Lewis, and Lonnie Zurfluh.
; SCHOOL AD- a SPECIAL EXCEPTION for National league all stars from the 2

exception No. 2 for Lawtey and 1 Brooker teams are:
ERR
'; .n Real Estate Buys MINISTRATIVE RULES. as IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
follows, at the regular EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CHurch to the Bradford James McNeal, Andre O'Neil, Jason

r.. FflULKNE school board meeting, OF FLORIDA IN County Board of Adjustments Pilcher, Mark Shuford Terry Berry

!: ; ,,'',' 1 July 19, 1982 7 p.m.. In AND FOR BRADFORD on property Briant Hunter, Wayne Prevatt An-
'
,:;:1 the school board room of COUNTY that is Classified RSF.1 thony Wood, Kevin Wise, Kelly Dyal

:.041 the Bradford County CIVIL ACTION and described below: Tommy Hamilton Vince Robinson
Five acres in Section 25, and Josh Crawford. Coaches are
82-251-CA
School Board Offices Case No.
064-5065 .I..t! S tr ut. LORRAINE.. CHAMPION 582 North Temple MARTIN C. TAJRA .Township 8 South, Range Wayne Prevatt and Jeffery Pilcher.

i 55055 lAWMAN .Avonue Starke, Florida: Plaintiff. 22 East out of parcel McGriff-Jockel
-J-! 'PtAltO, *,' Realty Acreage e Commercial Chapter 6Gx 41.00 SHARON BOYD. 6003. located 1/4 miles

Home* e Parm.Ixco&IOaATZD The District. School,. Defendant. South of Country Club Represent Starke

14 1 BUS. ((904)964-8931) NOTICE OF SUIT Drive on West side of St. In Lipton TennisThe

838NTEMPLEAVE. PROPERTYTO Rd. 21, to allow a ChurchIn .
NO
-- Across from Wlshbona AFTER HOURS HOW TO
,-+ 221 LofoyeMe St. HOURS STARKE FL 32091 4 : : Sharon: Boyd. Address RSF.1 zoning. mixed doubles team of Jerry
OFFICE
-I- All Across America 473-3096 INVEST IN : 2 Pinewood Drive, The Bradford County McGriff and Janice Stevens topped
Monday Friday'.1 Saturday* 12 noon REAL ESTATE. Carbondale III. Zoning and Planning Joe and Jean Bula 611 in a local

No. 21$.'.02 ec..farmetta 24x 0 MH, bems,garden, YOU ARE HEREBY Board will conduct a Qualifier and will represent Starke in

T '- oIl fenced, good t.me. $41,900. NOTIFIED that an action public hearing at their the Lipton Tea Tennis national mixed

Ne. 227 9 oc. termette workshop, i bedroom home), CMekuttA. for Dissolution of Mar regular meeting held at doubles tournament.The .

t mobile hookup. terms. $" ..100.T riage has been filed 7 p.m., in the County Starke tandem will next play in
'4 ..1I _, three end lour bedroom hem** In town Nice Our sales associates and your are Commission meetingroom Jacksonville later this month.
her the retirement end hobble In the thirties end onto know where to look for against you of the Bradford
required to serve a copy
,+ Executive style. Investment opportunities County Courthouse, .
of written defenses.If property.This
her In town or aD over the your P6anc
l citr' *4 lot with well end septic In Intorlauchon Lakelitotes. country And we have the any to It. on the plaintiff Storke, Florldc, on Tues NOTICE change In

Cleared end reedy. 11100.' experience to help you get attorney whose day. July 27, 1982. and ELDON F. RITCHEY has classification Is subjectto
( -Acreage parcel very from 1/ ec. on up .. M ec.' make recommendationto made application to the
1- .;* financing it term you can name and address Is: a a public hearing to beheld

I +. __.,. .4.:"____.__'- Good price and term Zoned 'AO end MS.TV afford. Tell'us your objectives Martin C. Tajro, No. the Bradford County Board Bradford for County Zoning on Tuesday July 27,
Service and Retell Good Ores end Good n find them reclasslfkatlon
( -- OUNtTY Repair -we help 077011 P.O. Box 229.Lawt.y. Board of Adjustments 1982 at 7 p.m., In the
of C, EXCELLENT OPP with Terms, Include real estate $72,5OO.< for you. Fla. 32058 and of the property described County CommissionRoom

To purchase 10 acre with 2 BR M.H. No. 223 10 ec. with two home, handymen saedel. file the,original with the concerning this SPECIAL below from RSF-1 to In the Bradford

xtra BR and bath built on. Also crnd Nice timber end good road. 27900. the above styled EXCEPTION application.At RSF-MH-I approximately County Courthouse. At
clerk of
porch and nice workshop. Partially furnish No. 220 Lot In Waldo city water Boned. tIS. ...for 2I.NltOHaOaHOOO court on or b.for.Augu.t this' time, all persons 29 acres located seven this time all persons Interested

only $29,000 with terms. Flea Market Access. RV O.K. Priced .,500. $MO dawn 10. 1982. otherwise will be heard concerning miles South of Stark. an shall be heard
ed.
'I ..... this the West Ida of
... and ((1 yr) tOf1IT1IS application Hwy for or against the proposal
.' Houses and Apartment For Rent -leaking for the Handyman Special Haw about He. PtI inc. a judgement maybe as specified In the Zoning 100 known as Ritchey as specified In the
Management Service 4 home fruit ..... .... entered against you Code of Bradford Estates. In Section
Property. 224. ream en ana acre .Uy ......,. for the relief demanded 1. Zoning Code of Bradford
:" A>eralsaUSusen fenced priced $11.MO. Term. \ 1 County. Township 8 South Range
M. Faulkner.REALTOR, .*...1061 BUY FROM TROUT REALTY THI IAKMST SlAt ....aB4DSKTlf OW1ISO In the complaint or petition. L.M. Gaines, Director. 22/ East parcel 5218 to County. 'I
fU-IU2 Lea orUTBD.etM2fc Allen L. Richardson
Irene L. '.ulk.....RtAlTOR-AJSOdATI. ISTATI FIRM IN Till COUNTY AND .All. ACROSS .i Lucille Spry,..0ItiaIALISMAH.94442tt AMERICA I ...!I.UM ......Hon. WITNESS my hand and Board and/or conventional Chairman Bradford
ASSOCIATE.,6411IIII -.," IqiMl HOO-HH Opportunity. the seal of said Court on County Zoning Board.
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I Started started as hobbyWhat as a hobby for Johnnie and Lucille Arnold two Helping acres.are Cedrlc Box, behind grandpa, seven-year-old Escort $161
has turned into a family blueberry picking operation on the Darrell Griffis and Sherrl I Arnold. 10. per

4-Dr. Automatic (E-3959)) $6295.00 month

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Delight, Bluebelle, Brightblue and acres. ... 1982 Ford 1983 FordRanger
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Avonblue names that are not as "What started as a hobby, has got-
familiar as Charleston Gray or Silver ," -- '! Jane Fonda
ten out of hand said Mrs. Arnold.
Queen but are some of the varieties She said they do sell some berries to 4.uI.ne.1epburn: :: .
of blueberries that can take the place'' people who know they have them, but .. ... ............... :: Mustang :
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of unstable row crops such as corn. the rest are used by the family. e.Aunt.,..Alto...."."'..."........'.".c""'"" """"
Anytime their children and grandchildren -
Blueberry growers Bea Schrelz- eat at their home, north of I TTopsGT'sI"airmonts"
mann and Johnnie Arnold and county Lake Butler on C-238, it is usually out I
agent Logan Kink all praise the to the blueberries to spend the after- 301 DR5VE-IN I 2-Dr. & 4-Dr's. S
qualities of the bright blue succulent noon picking.Mrs. Fri. thru Tue. eG''lj.$73 1
berries as an excellent crop for Union .Arnold most berries are made I WagonsThunderbirds 95 I
County. into freezer jam using the recipe on
the Sure-jell package. I
Both Schretzmannand Arnold have "The recipe is foolproof, it works Town Landau & Heritage
been experimenting with varieties for out great for us," said Mrs. Arnold. Air, Glass I Gauges2.3 Engine B
the past several and the L Granada 2-Dr. & 4 D
years She& said they enjoy the blueberriesand r.
Schretimann Farm near Providenceis are proud of the quality of their B 1,600 Lb. Payload, .
in its third of commercial
year Dealer InvoiceDiscount
operation. crop. A91iYIRSdIslltY EE Hi Plus Tax 16% Int., 48 mos. :
l Their seven varieties have been 1 at Minimum
Arnold,who planted his t'irbit bushes ripe since the first of April and the f financing w/10% Trade or
five years ago us a hobby for himself later ones will continue until the end PLUSSaturday of $1,000 to $2,000 .
and wife Lucille, has been amazed at of July. the 14th cash A
the rate the bushes!: have grown and
are producing frUit. See..Uluebcrries - - - - - .
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plans to go into commercial sales
with a U-pick operation on his two

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Three-year-old Todd IMer,ol helped $1 4 Pack 2$1 BrachTsBag 2 $1 Brushes Hair Will Help You Save Money!
pick blueberries alongside his dad Eveready. For Candy
College landscape 6'/t to 9-oz. bags of Candy Nylon bristle brushes in
Community size batteries.
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Instructor John Flemol. 9 Volt 2 Pk..,.......*.M Com, Royals and more assorted styles and colors
Todd'f plc"llIg811 observed to be TERWILLEGAR MOTORSStarke
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Michelle and Jennifer t' j jleaton" ; one urvivors. include'is1wife) Mrs. He.was born and raised in Starke,' Funeral Hotne of Starke, In charge of
I U Obituaries-- son William Jieatoiv .Jr., all of Theo' ,,Byal l; one sod'Lloyd Layerne the sun of Joe E. Griffis ,.and Pinky arrangements. .
Lawtey,, and. one brotheri Richard Dy'rttJr., Of/Efrookcr' ; one daughter Griffis Rosier. He was,.a member of Gregory George Gricius
Heaton, of Harper Height ,' 'I JaCdiJelijie; U>. Sorrells of Jackson- the Pine Valley Congregational
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Graveside funeral services vOle,; two sister, Ethyl Ellerbee of Holiness Church of Starke. ,Gregory George Gricius,, 16, of
ti. Inez Roberts Stewart the munities Pine since.Hill She Congregational was a member 'I conducted Saturday July'at Lawtey were Panam "Ctyt/and| Marie McNeil! of. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Starke, died July 3 in Shands,
: Funeral services for Inez Roberts Methodist Church in Starke. She wasa with Rev. Jones -officiating. ,Archie Gainesville; ,one brother, Leo Vyal of Dorothy Griffis' four suns, Jimmy Teaching Hospital in Gainesville
;yj.y Stewart. 60. of Raiford, will be Friday homemaker. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke'was Lawtey; six grandchildren and two Griffis Robert Griffis. and Raymond following an extended illness,
Ii July 9, at 11 a.m. in the Pine Survivors include one daughter, in charge of arrangments. grealgrandqhildren.Funeral ; Griffis, all of Starke, and Mitchell He is survived by his natural
t Mr. and Mrs.
Services parents Joseph Griciusof
y were Conducted at
Grove Congregational Methodist Mrs. Carolyn Griffis of Lawtey; her Lloyd L'averne 3 p.m. on Monday, 5 Griffis of Lawtey: three daughters Fort Walton Beach,Fla.; his foster,
'; Church with Rev. Wayne Roberts and mother Mrs. Pence Dyalt; July at the Hazel Griffis and Juanita Rogers, '
Roberts of '
I Rev. Riley Pridgeon officiating. Raiford; two brothers, 'Lonnlej, ; Lloyd} La verne byal?,M,pf, Brooker Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral both of Jacksonville, and Patsy Graf parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh Hillis,
Burial will be ,in South Prong Roberts of Raifoid and Joel Roberts died July 3 in Alachua GeneralHospital Home .of Starke; Rev. Jim Countryman fis of Starke;; one brother, Ancll Grif of Starke; one .brother,, Joseph
I Cemetery\ in Baker County under the of Starke; six grandchildren and six following .an, extended, 1.1.Iness. Dedan officiated. Burial 'was in fis of Starke; one sister,Doris Sikes of,, Gricius. Ill( and one sister, Gayle,
:y direction of Archer Funeral Home of grat- randchildren. Cemetery with Archie'Tanner Palatka; 15 grandchildren and 2 Gricius.
i i'l 1 Lake Butler. He was born and raised Bradford Funeral Home of.$t rke. in,charge; of grnat-granchildren. Funeral services were conducted of(
I.. I Mrs.Stewart died Wednesday, July William Arron Ileaton County the son of Truman and Neta arrangements. Funeral services were conducted at( 10:30: a.m. Tuesday, July 6, at the

7 in the Union General Hospital afteran William Arron Heaton Sr.35, of Dowling DysL.He, was n\.member ,of Joe Melton GriffisJoe 2 p.m. Wednesday July 7, at the Pine Chapel Home with of Archie John Tanner Danielson Funeral oft,
extended illness. the A.S.C.S. Conunitteee and The Cattlemen's Valley Congregational
Holiness
Harper Heights Texas, died June 17 Melton Griffis 62, of Starke Church ficiating. Graveside funeral services'}
Mrs. Stewart was born in Baker Association. Mr.Dyql was a of Starke with Rev' Willie
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Mr. Heaton -
former resident
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Lawtey Hospital following an extended il- in Jacksonville with Ar
her early life where she has lived in is of Latter Day Saints. ficiating. Burial was in the Pine
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I Chrysler Plymouth before his retire- Florida State Prison,with Rev.Bill J. Ronald Dean Ball Hanks of Starke and his grandparents -
Obituaries ment. He was of the Baptist faith. Hendrick officiating.DeWitt C.Jones Funeral services for Ronald Dean Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Car-
Survivors include his wife, Hazel Funeral Home,Starke, is in charge of be michael of Crawfordsville, Ind.
H. Ball, 38, of Bunnell, will Friday
,Thomas
Bigham of ; a son arrangements.Mrs
Wood of Lawtey. Raifordl' Raiford four July July 9, at 2 p.m. in the DeWitt C.
Fisher ,
Jerry Gaskins Bigham, ; Cole died Monday evening C.
with Rev. Buddy
Jones Chapel,
Fisher Funeral services were conducted at brothers, W.P. Bigham of Leesburg 5, in Jacksonville General Hospital be
Jerry Gaskins will
10, of Friedlin officiating. Interment
3 p.m. Sunday, July 4 at the and Bigham, bothof short illness.
Lawtey,died U.S. Bigham Perry following a under
Friday July 2 in Baptist in Heights Cemetery
Evergreen Baptist Church with Rev. Jr. of Keystone
Memorial Coleman, and W.R. BI hamr Born in Starke on March 28, 1931
in Funeral
Hospital Jacksonville, the direction of Jones Home
James Saunders Burial Mildred Craftof Card of ThanksDr.
officiating.
following an extended illness.He Naples; three sisters Mrs. Cole had lived in Green Cove .
was born and raised in Lawtey, was in Lawtey Cemetery with Archie Coleman, Jackie Matlock of Cocoa Springs for the last 35 years, and wasa Keystone.Ball Heights.Mr. died Monday,July 5, at his & Mrs. H.H. Adams and family
attending Lawtey Elementary Schoolas Tanner Funeral Home of Starke, in Beach and Jerry Bonner of Leesburg, member of the First Southern Baptist residence following a sudden illness. wish to thank all the people for their
a fifth grader. lie was a member of charge of arrangements. and a stepmother, Gussie Bigham of Church. Born in Erbana, III. on Oct. 6, 1943, part and honoring Dr. Adams on July
the Evergreen Baptist Church of Thomas 11111 Bigham, Sr Cocoa Beach.Graveside Survivors include her' husband, Mr. Ball had recently moved to Bun- 3, 1982.
services were Miss
funeral Harold E. Cole; two daughters
Lawtey Wash.,but had
Survivors include his Mr. Thomas Hill Bigham, Sr., 78, of held at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 2, at Linda Cole of Orange Park, and Mrs. nell from Bellingham, for
lived in the area
parents Heights
and Mrs. Thomas"Tommy" Gaskinsof Raiford, died Wednesday,June 30, at Adamsville Cemetery,Coleman,with JoAnn Harrig of San Mateo; four and off 7 Keystone Card of ThanksWe
Lawtey, two brothers, Terry Gainesville. Rev. George M. Miller officiating. brothers, Albert Griffis of Jackson- on Survivors years.Include a daughter Miss are sincerely grateful to friends
Gaskins and A native of Oxford, he had lived in ville, Robert Griffis of Hollister, Ill. and for their kind
Ashley Gaskins, both of Rhonda Sue Ball of Crossville, ; a neighbors many
Raiford since 1970, coming from Alma Griffis Cole and Harlis Griffis, both of St.
Lawtey; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Phillip son, Russel Dean Ball of Crossville; acts of sympathy during our sad
Doris Gaskins, of Lawtey; maternalfrandparenl31 Macon, Ga. Graveside funeral services for Augustine; three sisters Miss his mother, Mrs. Irene S. Ball of bereavement. Our appreciation can-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mr. Bigham was a retire garage Alma Griffis Cole, 51, of Green Cove i Jeanette Griffis of St.Augustine,Mrs.. Champaign, Ill.; his father and stepmother not be adequately expressed.
Orlando, and paternal owner and formerly employed by Springs, will be Friday, July 9, at 7 Ethel Cape of Jacksonville, Mrs. Arthur V. and Roxie Ball of The Family of Reba Crews-
great-grandmother, Mrs. Winnie Baldwin Oldsmobile and Starke p.m. in Evergreen Cemetery, behind Pearl grandchildren.Polk of Augusta, Ga., and two Gainesville; a sister, Mrs. Patricia A.









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1 Lake Butler ManArrested Damage to the Buick was $25, off the edge of the roadway, overcor-. ing while intoxicated,;having no '
damage to the Chevrolet was$400,ac- rected, causing her vehicle to run off i driver's license and leaving the scene
for DWI, cording to Trooper William Abrams. the roadway a second time. The vehi- of an accident, according to TrooperD.
Hit & Run Probed cle started to slide out of control and C. Roberts. "
,\; Douglas Dane Hallman of Starkewas skidded broadside north across' the MMMMHHVSUMMHMHMMMMMMMVMHnHMIMMIMNBBBNWMSMOTiFlorida ggggOg g HHWHiMMlMM'1111**"*
;' Reports of a vehicle running cars cited for improper backing and road and went into the ditch where it Jane Martin of Ocala driving a 1977 & Co.
J off the road on SR-100 July 5 between having no valid driver's license in an overturned and pinned the.,driver in Chevrolet pickup, was southbound on Powert Light
Starke and Keystone Heights lead to accident July 2. for a short time. ; ; US-301 approximately two miles from e
: the arrest of a Lake Butler .man for Neal Marshall, Jr. of Sanderson, Cornish was checked at the. scene, Starke when.a' 1973 Ford pickup at-
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driving while intoxicated driving a 1980 Ford, was stopped had minor injuries : but was not tempted to pass and sideswiped her
According to Lt. 'Lane Sibley and behind Hallman when Hallman, drive transported to a hospital. vehicle. Both vehicles stop at the Will Pay
Trooper D. C. Roberts,they stopped a ing a 1966 Plymouth, started backingup Damage to the Ford was $2'7s"ac-' 'Quick' Stop to call when 1
1972 Buick driven by Howard Edward striking the Ford. cording to Trooper William. Abrams. ,Guthrie,. driving the Ford I pickup. ,
Colvin, 38, of Lake Butler at approximately Damage to the Ford was $300. :sped off.Guthrie. .
'I,, I 8:50: a.m. as he .entered There was no damage to the Starke Man Arrested was found in the Hampton You ToINSULATE

Starke. Plymouth according to Patrolman For Hit and Run : '. I area, arrested and taken .to Bradford ,,
The officers observed the vehicle xs
Jerry Miller.A County Jail.
has blood and human hair embedded A Starke man waS arrested later in Total bond for the three chargeswas 5
r, in the windshield. Further investigation minor accident occured July 3 the day July 2 after he was involved in set at$650. Guthrie was releasedon
lead to the suspicion the vehicle when a 1969 Ford driven by MargaretP. an accident at 12:55: p.m. on US-301. a surety bond.
f was involved in a hit and run accident Bonnett was backing east in a Handy John Henry Guthrie 48, of Starke, Damage to the Ford pickup was$50,
r in St. Augustine earlier, when a bike Way Food Store parking lot and was arrested and charged with drive and to the Chevrolet pickup at 150.
l and rider were struck. collided with a 1973 Pontiac,driven by
The cyclist is reportedly in stable Hazel Salomon Higginbotham of
Florida
If home is served by
condition. Jacksonville, drove behind the Ford Medicare Part B Announces ServicesBlue your
Colvin was released form the Bradford and was struck.
County Jail on a $300 surety Damage to the Ford was $25, Cross and Blue Shield of Health and Human Services.In Power & Light Co. and if you meet .
bond. damage to the Pontiac was$75,accor- Florida announced recently that 1981 Blue Cross and Blue Shieldof '
e The investigation into the hit and ding to Patrolman N. Jackson. Medicare Part B has increased mostof Florida, the third largest MedicareB the conditions of their program
run in St. Augustine is continuing ac- its allowances for medical claim processor in the nation
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cording to Trooper Roberts. Carl Watson Richie, 82, of Starkewas vices, effective with services per- behind California and New York processed (FPL) will pay you to insulate your
cited when he ran a stop sign July formed on or after July 1, 1982. This 10 million Medicare B claims
) 1 causing an accident. will mean higher Medicare Part B and disbursed approximately $612 home. Here are the, conditions:
Busy Weekend Richie driving a 1971 Gremlin, col- payments on behalf of Medicare million in federal funds for claim
For Traffic ArrestsThe lided with a 1971 Chrysler driven by beneficiaries for most services, but payments for medical services on 1. The living area must be electrically cooled
Guy H. Dyal Jr of Starke at the in- the increases are limited. behalf of Medicare beneficiaries in
holiday weekend proved 'just Florida. "or" heated. '
tersection of Weldon and McMahon The allowances
new ,expected to
what the law enforcement officials re- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
were afraid it would be and more. Sts.Damage to the Chrysler was $500. main based in effect through June submitted 30, 1983, Florida processes and pays Medicare 2. The PRESENT "R" value in your attic must not
are on charges
the three day period 96 traf- on Part B claims under contract to the
During Damage to the Gremlin was $400, according Medicare Part B claims during calen- exceed R19.
fic citations were given to motorists federal government for all areas of
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to Patrolman Steve Backus.A
including tickets for speeding driving dar year 1981. Florida except Dade and Monroe 13. A free energy audit by (FPL) to determine ;'
while intoxicated and driving withouta 197S Buick driven by William\ The amounts that the federal Counties. The Florida Plan also I
valid license or) tag for their vehicle. Harvey Spivey, 48, of Starke, stopped government will reimburse physicians serves approximately 1.8 million eligibility.The .
According to the clerk of the traffic for a vehicle in front of him on US-301 and supplies of durable medical Floridians covered for hospital care
court on 'normal weekend there is and was struck in the rear by a equipment are established by the under Medicare Part A, the amount (FPL) will pay you to insulateis

approximately 55 citations issuer! another vehicle. Medicare Bureau, Health Care Financing hospitalization portion of the overall determined by existing "R" value and
Damage to the 1972 Dodge truck
Administration, Department of Medicare program.
Vernon Elmore Whittington 47, of
driven by David Alan Wilkins of
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footage.
Jacksonville was arrested June 28 Starke which struck the Buick was square
and charged with driving while intox- $500. Damage to the Buick was $300, Fire-Call Tips OfferedMore I The maximum

icated suspended.and driving while his licensewas according to Lt. Eston Mosher. homes are built each year in sion of Forestry y have your street ad- FP1511ATT'WLSG.: amount you could !
dress (if there is one) and the section, [ ]
According to Patrolman Jerry Florida outside city jurisdictions than
Charles Edward of Starke
Sapp PRODUCTS' PROGRAM receive is l
Miller he stopped Whittington at driving a 1979 Ford truck backed intoa within, a situation that is of township and range in which your $300.00.
SR-100 and US-301. 1981 Mercury driven by Bernice concern to organizations charge property is located. The latter infor- Call us for
Bond for DWI was set at $150, bond Brooks Morris of Starke at Norman's with the responsibility of protecting mation can be obtained from your iffi
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for DWLS was set at $300. Whit- Produce Market July 6. property from fire damage. property deed,or from the county tax Free Estimate and
tington was released on his own Damage to the truck was $75, The Florida Division of Forestry is office. It pinpoints your location ex more information
recognizance. the first-call fire protection actly.
damage to the Mercury was $500, ac- agency
cording to Patrolman Steve Backus. for most unincorporated areas of the Be prepared by having some about FPL's
William Thomas Bryant of Supply, state. basic, inexpensive tools handy to keep program. 1
N. C. was arrested by Trooper D. C. Fire Chief Mike Long of the forestry fire at bay until the firemen arrive. *MM. MOW. flU__...CIOM_
Roberts July 5, charged with havingno Melrose Driver office offers the following tips to You don't have to be a trained 1
valid driver's license. Bryant Cited In AccidentRena anyone living outside the jurisdiction firefighter to do this. No home shouldbe
posted a $50 bond and was released. of a municipal or volunteer fire without a fire extinguisher. Also, DEAN CASSELS INSULATION :
Margaret Cornish, 19, of department: outdoors every rural home should
Joseph Davis 24, of Tampa was arrested Melrose was cited for having no valid Know ahead of time what agency to have a garden hose in the front and Starke 964.6956 Call Day or Night
July 3 and charged with driv- driver's license having no tag on her call in case you have a fire. Have its back of the house,along with a shovel,
ing while intoxicated according to vehicle and careless driving in a telephone number next to your rake, ladder and water pail. You can't
Patrolman N. Jackson. Davis was single car accident south of Keystone telephone. always put out a fire with these tools,
released after he posted a $300 surety Heights July 1, Know what information the agency but you can often minimize the
bond. Cornish, driving a 1969 Ford station will need to make a quick response to damage while the firemen are
wagon was going east on CR-214 ran house. If you're the Divi.A' enroute.
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reckless driving and driving with
unlawful blood level. Total bond was DELIVERY
set at $650. Roundtree was releasedon SAVERS WEEKEND
his own recognizance.Fender .
Pr

BendersIn C:
Lake Butler "

Joseph Harrice Jones of Lake City : Whirlpool Ut
was cited for careless driving and :
having no tag on his vehicle June 30 ''I ; \\hirQol 2 Speed Fan r
after an accident in Lake Butler. I tiF
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Also cited in the accident was IreneE. j 4-way I QFEF PEOPI"r'
McClellan of Lake Butler whose .] Control
1971 Ford was parked improperly.Jones Model AHW-180-4 Energy Saving Options
was going south on NE 8th
Slide-out Chassis
Ave., making a left turn onto SR-100. r at k ''r- F PA

The his logs extending 1979 Mack beyond semi-truck the trailerof $5 0 OFF EASY TERMS -

sideswiped the Ford which was parked 18,000 BTU/Hr. LOW INTERST '
alongside NE 8th Ave. MG.aRRT i
Damage to McClellan's vehicle was
$150. There was no damage to the t t ::JUT U'O' ::: .
semi, according to Trooper William RCA 19" Color T.V. Patio s 1 ;1

Abrams. Kitchen o$ 9'5'\ ""':
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Fender BendersIn leA XUOO I7 1 STRATTON SALE SAVE
1." tiacoM. $ ENGINE PRICED
Starke AreaA Color T.V. 9 8 MOO00

1975 White truck pulled in front of '
and struck a 1981 Ford station wagonon W/TANK '
US-301 and Edwards Rd. when the .Nickel plated t
brakes on the truck failed July 1. Super Accu Filter Picture cooking grate jJ7 ADULT COLUMBIA wj

driven There by was Kenneth no damage M.to Revels.the truck Tube for Bright Sharp Color. .270 square WHEELER j. :ti

Damage to the Ford driven by GaryS. Model FEIU40 inch cooking M

Ellis of Sarasota was $500 accor- area PR2100 $1OO95

ding to Lt. Lane Sibley. $33800( H-thipod stainless steal burner -' 1 ... oNLY SAVE \ I

A 1972 Chevrolet driven by Daniel
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Glen Rudisel of Starke was slowing to 60
i LARGE t
make a left turn onto T .
from US-301. A 1982 Chevrolet truck FAMILY SIZEUPRIGHT
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driven by Rodney Leroy Jackson of FREEZER ,4 icE ;lji
\ 'SI 1i' $2295
Starke was following too closely and CHEST . .
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struck the rear of the 1972 Chevroletas lr. I 15.1 cu.
Jackson attempted to swerve to foot storage capacity PAWLEV ISLAND ((52" B2" FULL LENGTH 13'


avoid the collision. I Durable Peroele.-...- 1 \ %" i. ROPE HAMMOCK EACH $5995
Damage to the truck was $700. I stool Interior liner. 3
There was no listed damage to the Opon-coll.....for y+' '! UNFINISHED SOLID OAK w
1972 Chevrolet, according to thorough fast freezing '' PORCH SWING $2945
EACH
Patrolman Steve Backus. ,
I |Super stings shelves
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James M. Williams, 17, of Lawteywas
charged with failure to yield P ROCKING CHAIR .., 'EACH $2995 tierC
from a private drive in an accident vilo1 .
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July backing Williams 2. from, driving a private a 1972 drive Pinto onto, was NW .rte IS.9 CU. Fi: Model LIMITED $398 I \\\\ )I 1 1T.? BOAT . : :,F. EACH $595 :... :-:

25th St. Mamie Tyson, 65, of Starke,
I was passing the drive when Williams CLOSE OUT
I backed into Tyson's 1973 Dodge Now Filling 20 Lb. L. P. Tanks SUPPLIES LAST! s

pickup.
Damage to the Pinto' was $200, at our W. Madison St. Office in Starke
damage to the pickup was$800,according "" I!! MODEL 9300 ::
to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Mon.-Fri. H-5 Sat.-8-12INoon OTM DANDY $TRUCTO wSWING

A car stalled entering SR-100 from ALf ( GAS 7
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Forsyth Road was struck by a passing
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auto in a July 4 mishap. BUY QUALITY BUY SA WYfK ;SET GRILL +
i William Reynolds Cooper, 21, of B

j syth Starke Rd.was driving entering a 1968 SR-100 Buick from when For : i M 1

and the vehiebecamedidisabled $6995 $7995
in the eastbound t a EACH EACH

lane.Suzette Theresa Rodrique, 111, of B BSTARSE

Starke" driving a 1980 Chevrolet was .
eastbound on SR-100, swerved tryingto PRICES. GOOD JULY 4,1l182. sr :Sr
332 W. MADISON
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Drawdy, a Clay County Com- served as speaker of the House of
missioner for the past eight years, fil- Representatives in Boy's State and
ed his qualifying papers Tuesday for was the first president of the Clay is Worth $5OS
new District 21 Florida House of County Young Democrat's Associa
Representatives seat. tion.
} Drawdy, joined by his family and a In addition to his commission Well give you $50 for the scrap value of your old
contingent of supporters, completedthe duties, Drawdy is also an active ,, central air conditioner-regardless of' conditionwhenyou
qualifying process with the member of the Orange Park Rotary buy a new Carrier Round One air
Florida Secretary of State's office in the Clay County Chamber of Commerce l conditioner or heat pump!
Tallahassee and became the first can- the Florida Sheriffs Youth
didate to qualify for the house of Fund and the Clay County Farm The Year-Round One Heal
representatives."Our Bureau. Pump-saves you money with
district is experiencing one of efficient cuts
cooling your
Along with his wife Laurie and their
the highest growth rates in the state Call
children heating costs in winter
Scott, Stacie, Leslie and '
and needs more effective representation h d" '
'for details'
Layton, in rr
to deal with area problems such Drawdy participates local
r as roads, education, law enforcementand civic organizations. These include the
Methodist Church, The Friends of the
property tax: relief, the can-
didate said in his opening statement. Ornage park Library, 4-H, The Doctor's -
"The people of this District need a Inlet Civic Association and the
Boy Scouts.A .
representative who will be accessible,
ONLY-
listen to their needs and provide an effective life-long Democrat, Drawdy says LIMITED TIME
voice in Tallahassee," he con- he believes it is both a privilege and a CALL TODAY!
tinued. "I believe I can provide that duty to work for the betterment of his
leadership and effective representation. community and to vote. He plans to Lee and Laurie Drawdy
I want to be your voice in include a voter registration drive in
Tallahassee." his campaign to encourage all Hayes Electric &
citizens in the District to
participatein Starke Clinic
Drawdy has extensive experiencein the coming election. Family Planning
and has taken
government the leadin
community affairs during his two seek Since the announcing District 21 post his, Drawdy intention has to Tubal LIgation (Tubes tied) Air Conditioning
terms as Chairman of the Clay CoUnty -
established a large campaign & VasectomiesNo
Board of Commissioners, as Chair-
organization which has held
a suc-
man of the Regional Planning Council
and as the Governor's appointee to than cessful 900 fund supporters.raiser attended The candidatehas by more Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed. 355 N. Temple Ave. 964-8744
the Area
Metropolitan Planning also visited hundreds of citizensin 964-6500
Organization. the district, which includes all of
Through these duties, Drawdy says Clay County and portions of Bradford
he has developed effective working and St. Johns Counties as well. r _
relationships with other public officials Drawdy recently visited Florida Items Available In TG&Y Family Centers Only.July 8-10
in surrounding counties and State Prison and Correctional Institutions -
throughout Florida,which will benefit in the district and last weekend
the citizens of District 21. Drawdy and his family joined :::
Drawdy, a University of Florida residents of Orange Park, :Mid- Iiil'i; -:U. !-!-B 'l
graduate, took an active interest in dleburg,Starke and Keystone Heightsin : II I frr'i Sa 300*
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I. Two Arrested Two PedestriansStruck I! Miami ManArrested Car OverturnsIn Starke Woman''

I Pistol Bearing Man For IntoxicationPolice FridayTwo At FSP Ditch Arrested For Battery :i :;

Robs Handy Way StoreAn arrested a man and a woman Starke women pedestrianswere Sammie Lee Taylor 51, of Miamiwas driving Hazel a Marie 1981 Ford Allred, turned 20, of the Starke corneron Vicki Padgett, 2oC( Starke was arrested :
undetermined amount of cash after being called on four occasions to struck in separate accidents. July arrested and charged with Introduction Orange St. from Edwards Rd July and charged] with aggravated::
: was taken from the Handy Way Food a July 5 disturbance on Brownlee 2 in the downtown area. I< of contraband into Florida 1 and ran into the ditch, flipping her battery July 4. ":;:"
Effie Crosby, 78, of Westmoreland State Prison July 3. alledgedly used a butcherknife
Store on Brownlee St. July 3 by a Street. car over. Padgett
black male with a small revolver Wade Hampton Pelham 33, of Trailor Park, was struck by a van as Two packets containing substances Allred indicated her brakes had on James Conroe who was
i At approximately 6 a.m. as the Clarke: was arrested for disorderly In- she entered the cross walk on US301at alleged to be marijuana were foundon locked.No treated and released at Bradford.
: store clerk was unlocking the front toxication after the police asked him approximately 10 a.m. Crosby was Taylor according to Deputy Greg one was injured in the accident, County Hospital.A .
L P door a man forced her through the to stop the cursing and loud holleringwith treated for a compound fracture of Nichols. according to Lt. Lane Sibley. $5,000 bond was set on Padgett
\ door and into a small storage room. his girl friend on several occa- the right arm at Bradford County Bond was set at$2,000. Taylor was Damage to the Ford Escort was who was released on her owij'
I I The burglar opened a deposit safe and sions. Each time Pelham was verbally Hospital. released on his own recognizance. Mono. recognizance.
s t .. put the money into a white canvas bag abusive toward the officers. He Driver of the 1980 Ford van,Eugene
1: ,; with red lettering. The clerk was told was warned he would be arrested if he Bushrod Taylor, 73, of Starke, was
: to lie down and stay there or she continued to cause a distrubance.At cited for careless driving and failingto
;''i I,, would be shot.According 12:20: a.m. the officers were yield to a pedestrian, according to
t ;c. to Patrolman Ricky Ben.f" again called and found Pelham ver- Patrolman David Crum.At SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDING -.
i nett the investigaton is continuing. bally abusive. At that time he was arrested 1:05: p.m. Ona Jacobson, 46, of Is What You Get From
and taken to the Bradford Starke was struck as she was crossing
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Inmate Thomas Craig County Jail, according to Patrolman SR-100. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home...
Jacobson treated and released
Jerry Miller. was We are an old established firm very experienced in assisting
Trial Re-Scheduled During the same time Eleanor from Bradford County Hospital.A bereaved families through this time of sadness by making all
denied the Jackson.28, of Starke was also arrested 1978 Chevrolet pickup driven by the for
Judge Chester B.Chance Starke necessary arrangements service.
for disorderly intoxication. Carol Thornton Carter, 21, of
motion to dismiss a first degree Jackson had been warned several was' stopped at the red light on WalnutSt. We: can help you make advance funeral arrangements and )
murder charge against inmate time before not to be abusive to the ., turning left on green, she failed to / limit cost.Nqw would be a good time to visit DeWitt C.Jones \
ti Thomas Craig July 7. had filed neighbors, according to Captain Scot- see the pedestrian., The driver of the Funeral Home' professional staff to acquaint yourself with V
The attorneys for Craig a Rhoden. vehicle was found at fault in the acci- the services they offer. '/
motion to dismiss the charge on June ty \
dent, according to Patrolman Ricky
Pelham
Both Jackson and was
24, claiming their client has suffered Bennett.
t. extreme prejudice because of lost released on their own recognizanceunder

: evidence in the case.and a state-requested delay a$50 bond. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeStarke

: The Craig case is set for trial j
VA New
.. August 3 in Gainesville, according to Keystone Hgts.
Assistant State Attorney Thomas I 964-6200 473-3176
; Elwell. The VA operates 172 medical where VA provides hospital beds on a
centers and 226 outpatient clinics. contract basis), and one each in
The Office There is at least one medical center in Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico.
Briefs From .. I
each (except riot, ,+t and Alaska,
Of The State Attorney

i' Since the first of the year,245 felony BALDW'IN
cases have been received for prosecu- ;
tion, according to Assistant State At-
torney Tom Elwell. During the same
I period in 1981 there were 209 felony ?dkerY
cases received. ChevroletOlds"u.
During the last two weeks in June, 1kr
there were 17 new individual cases
and/or felony defendants sent to the ,. %
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office for prosecution. Felony infor- y rM. I / /
mations were filed on 16 cases. '

Only one of the new cases filed wasa ..._ T "p e i July
prison case. .a.A ; _.. _,-k y 01
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The office transferred 8 cases to 1 2b ....
misdemeanor 2 cases to juvenile,and '
32 prior cases were dismissed during Only 10 Only
this month. In addition, the court accepted -

guilty pleas on four cases, .. / *. k 1r + e ., /
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eight were sentenced to serve time I I 1\ > XV
and four were put on probation by the

court.The State Attorney's Office assistedor
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served two search warrants and -- j ", ,, .r)4 1, t ", r r Paymntook
handled extradition
proceeding.
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Seventy-two misdemeanor cases \ T" .i V v -*
were received and informations were
filed on an additional 38 cases since
June 15. The state attorney or the '"
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pled guilty. Four people were t1982 Chevrolet Chevette
placed on probation by the court.
Only five new traffic criminal cases L

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judicial action were two cases, one ,
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Cynthia W. McCallum, 34, and her For Round or Square Bales
daughter Denise, 13, of Lake Butler,
were taken to the Union General lease plan based on 1250 rnilespermonthI '
Hospital following an accident July 6 Turkey Grower Parakeet Seed
,on CIM21. or Health Grit
& Starter Food
McCallum, driving a 1982 Ford
Escort, was westbound on SR-121 at Finch Seed i
of CR-231 when a
the intersection
vehicle turned left in front of her. Mc- 21 % DOG FOOD 700501b..
Callum attempted to stop but could Town & Country Sleeping Sickness
not and struck the back wheels of a '
1979 Chevrolet truck. Rain Guage Vaccines L 00 k NE 1982 oids Firenza LX
Aubrey Bass, 50, of Macclenny,
driver of the truck, was cited for

failure expired to yield tag on turning his truck left,and accordingto havingan Alligator Creek RanchHwy. 4 dr, tinted glass, auto trans.,

Damage Trooper D.to C.the Roberts.Ford was $1,500, 301 S. Starke 9646973For t- Sport ,Wheels, Air Cond., Cruise; '

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Color'TV'sAntenna's 24x36" PLATES HOUSE OF BARGAINS SeeIng PALMS APARTMENTS A
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In Believing) 212 Call efficiencies and 1 Baldwin Piano of
printing your
for minor newspaper St., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. BR opts.. weekly or mon choice Parramore Music, TYPEWRITER''REPAIRI Call BABYSITTING In my homeall
Spec In receiving $ .. Bradford repair Yell come see us at our thly. NEW FURNISHED 904-733-6776 Ocala. the Office Shop 110 W. ages, day or night. C.J. /TrwUlcc3ar
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; 782-3577 NEW & USED FRIDAY JULY 9: On Geiger' ., Starke. 3/11 tIp 9/02 9645764. tin LOCKSMITH'BURGLAR

: am 7 pm )5/; S appliances.Fur. Southside Rd. off of Colley Rd. past CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for CARS&TRUCKS CLASS CUT TO ORDER ALARMS 24 Hr. Service. :1

fixtures and pipes. School. rent On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto Doors windows, etc 9645849. 1520 South ""1' LREALTY
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BARGAIN CENTER US.301 Items andassorted prison. Call 468-1323. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Walnut St.. at the Outfit .
FOR SALE So., 9646679. 2/5 tIn clothing. 9 a.m. 4/1 tfnMOBILE 9646078. Orders also ters. 5/13 tfn \.'1'I. .
> 5 a.m. 7/8 179 CHEVROLET Half ton ,,
DO-DROP-IN Itchg HOMES FOR RENT: taken In Lake BUtler :. H
BARGAIN ::
JULY lOt 418 N. Church pick-up. Auto transmis PHONE 964.7776
mile from Starke
HOUSE city 496-3079
;IBIHED ALUMINUM ROOF 301 South. Street, ladlesMenChildren sion.' Top condition. Call and Keystone CECELIA '
9646740. W. limit. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. Heights, 4734973.: 2/26 tfn '
buy and sell 205 N. Temple Stark
533-2066 after 6 PM. 5/20
I COATING $29.95 per 5 gal.Flbered used furniture clothes. 7/8 1 Itpd Call 4681323. 4/1 tfn BRADFORD SEPTIC HOMESFOR TEHWILLEG1R ,
and op.pllance. BIG YARD tfn TANK
) Snow Whit. .. SALE Fri. A Sat., NICE ROOMS FOR RENT
t..Mobile Home Roof Coating 8/13 tinRECONDITIONED 9 and 10. 3 mile north c"! Colored TV and air $40 1977 CHEVY BLAZER: Air SERVICE Bradford County SALE
TVS Colon 301 per PS, PB. excellent condition. residential pump-outs, SPECIALS
1: $34.95 per 5 gal. Starke turn right at Textile week and Wall to wallcarpet
Paint Center 9648181. starting at 10000. Town. 1/2 mile on left Call up.964-9992 ask Low mileage, $4450. $50. We also re-lay drain Hampton Lake. Beautiful view one of the tmest
)4/13 tfn'JIECTRIC Trade-In' welcome. Phone 9645730. Itpd 7/8 for mother 6/3 tfn Call 4732214.20 tin lines.: Phone 9648121. LARGE SPANISH SYTLE 4 ;homes on the lake 152900. $75,000 down owner financing -
B-B-QUE grills. 9648212. 6/11 tIn LARGE CARPET SALE Sat S APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED 1975 XI* FIAT In mint condi. 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL BR, 2 BA fully carpeted for qualified buyer.

S. new On stand. $40; table FIREWOOD pin., $5: Whit. oak and Sun. Hydraulic salon choir. 1 BR, $160; 2 BR, $175; tion. 782-3982. 7/8 Itchg Car CleanIng home. CH/A, court yard, Lake Bedford. Owner financing at 12V % for well
('models' $25. Call 964-5251 Oak 4x4's per truckload; brass lamps, desk & chair, 4 BR house, $:JOO. 9647521. 1971 CADILLAC $475. Service Cleaned patios. On 5 acre. of land. maintained home. Sales price $63,500 with $20.000 down
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.'after 5 p.m. 4/22 tIn Call $30 half cord. mersman oak tables battery 6/3 tIn. 964 8642. 7/8 1 tpd7B washed. vacuumed 75000. Call 9646433. payment.
Sunshine
ilUEBERRIESi You pick or 964-7699 Acres., hedge trlmm.r.clolh. 2 BR HOUSE Central 4 DOOR PLYMOUTH sanitized and deodorized 5/27 tfn. Colonial brick with bay windows on 1.7 acres near
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':We pick, on ord.r. Man 9:30 or come out between .., more. 1221 Johns heat/air carport, fenced VOlAREt 1st clots $7.00 pick.up and FOUR BEDROOM. 2 baths, Country Club. Assum. mortgage, $39,600 at "%%. double
)> 8 6:30 Sun. 2:30 : a.m. and 2:30:: Drive, in Saratoga Heights. mechanical condition. 71 delivered den workshop, garden ft. value for $85.000.
Saf. : : p.m. and we'll load for yard $350 month. First & or your place. fireplace approx. 2353 sq. a superb
2.630. 2 miles east of you. 1/28 tIn 7/8 1tpd last months rent plus Dotjun pickuo. 2 Chev. vanseats Call 964-7226, ask for Den area. Lots of pecan trees. I Keystone Heights lots U 19, 20 on Point View Rd. B
964-7184. 7/8 tin
B Orange Heights and 1 3/4 LAKE CROSBY Canal lot 100 SAT.from, 8-5. 100 West accross cleaning deposit. 333 N. 69 VW FOR SALE Rebuiltengine nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY Cool shady quiet Jasmine Ave. overlooking Keystone lake $6400 cash.
miles North on 200 A., see Pine level Baptist Walnut. Call 964-7347 Phone 964.5610. secluded
( x 125. 6500. 649-9624.. or or trade for HAIRDESIGNERS 46000. Just what you needed, 30.16 acres yet
"'):Jgn Longnecker. 7/1 4tpd 722COQUINA Church. Mopeds, magic 5332157. TFN 6/17 truck. 9646974. 7/8 pick-Ip 6/10 tf chg. near town. 3 wells, 2 septic tanks, owner financing.

g4JH15l, 473-2702. 6/3 SHELL for clothes equipment, etc. 7/8 furniture, STUDIO APARTMENT $200. 1980 CHEV. Silverado Itchg truck 144 W. Call St. 8.3/4% MORTGAGE 3 BR Approx. 40 acres of prime Bradford County farm pro

!;Sf;PN:' driveways. Also, Cypresschips LOOK JULY ONLY.Itchg 10% off Phone 964.7347 or 350 engine, automatic 964-7303 brick home near Starke perty. 'In the heart of the Strawberry County, Rd. 225.
: POLLED HERFORD 5332157. TFN 6/17
: Llmerock, P-gravel, on everything in transmission, 4 wheel Open Country Club. Must have Nent CB home with pecan trees, azaleas and beautiful
store except -
ti breeding bulls, LARGE HOME In 3
approx Dralnfield country. T.W.CF. 9 til 5:30 down. Call
rock, concrete drive with topper takeover $10,000 lawn, first time offered.
:; -OO to 1400 Ibs. 4 consignment Items. bedroom, :2 I bath, den living
y.ars gravel, building sands & Sale includes hats payments. Edward Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM 431-1044 or 9646542. 7/8 New large, brick home Starke Golf B Country Club.

_".':it1d.V10 TFN3RSE 964-5088 964-8762. A-1 top loll. Large or small glassware clothes toys and& dining heat.room.9646433.Centralair 7/8 Williams, 964.6690. 7/8 Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM 3tchg 7/22 Huge family room with fireplace, the best designer and

STOCK TRAILER: NewS loads delivered. Phone novelties and lots more. 2tchg 7/15 Itchg."MTSCELLANEOUS. AppointmentsNat roomiest closets In town. 3 BR, 2 baths, 2 car garage
7823172.: Allen E. Taylor. W. also have 8 track Always Necessary extras, earner lot.
paint, In good condition, new 4 BEDROOM house in town. many
i 1,400.. 964-8503 after 4. Lawtey. 7/1 tfnchg and cassettes at discountprices. 2 large trailer lot. In coun- 1/7 tfnBATHTUBS WANTEDAXLES Beautiful brick home with I ac..approx.2(00 sq. I.. t

J3 TFN FULLY AUTOMATIC WATER Come see and ty. All hookups. 9646365. B SINKS $58,500 assum. mortg. at 11'/ %

:31UEBERRIES U-PICKl 50 CONDITIONER Specail save. This & That Shop, 7/8 Itpd Refinished in your home & TIRES 2 axles + 4 Orange Street CB 3 BR, I'/t BA, Nearly new, pretty
tyrants: per pound. Phone $599.99 Installed. Or corner 301 & 16. Open 2 BEDROOM traitor on 1 BAKER L.P. GAS INC. Family Guaranteed Free tires We pick-up, $100; wooded acre In town $41,000.

Est>t.6593. 6/10TF chg $10.50 per month rental everyday except Thursday, acre. First, last, month owned & operated We estimates. Also bath tubs, You deliver $125. Olins City water 4 .sewer four lots. S3.000 per lot.
964.6841. 7/8 11 a.m. till ? Open Thursday strive to give better price. sinks, and shower tile
3 9 7' DOtmEWIDE Mobil. Itchg rent. Contact Debbie Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. * + * *
:::} om.: Central air S heat, CORN FOR SALE .50 cents July 8. 7/8 4tchg 7/29 Green at Salvage Trailor a service. We solicit cleaned. Ultra-Glaze. Call 100 W Starke. 9645606. LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET

S:.'.iully carpeted. Excellent do:. you pick George Park. State Road 16, customers who own their 9648903. 3/11 tIn TFchg .Beautifully wooded lots 41 Geneva Creek. Appras. 1
Condition. :2 I BR, 2 full Kersey 964-5088. 1 tchg 7/8 FOR RENT Raiford Road. 7/8 2tchg tank.furnish We sell, rent tanksa CHILD CARE Newborn in WILL PAY 10 CENTS EACH Ac. each Emery Lane $15.000.0. or $28,000 both.

jSbaths: and OR. 964.8809.yt14 OKRA 964-0528 llcha 7/8 7/15 8.45 to 6:30 cylinders.Sat. B.45 Hour.to 3. pre-school. Lunch, snacks, for 1 gal. plastic plant containers Silver Lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA fenced, large enclosed ..h.d.cover.d .
4tchg 7/14 18.000 BTU Fedders air conditioner 2 ROOM EFFICIENCY shady fenced play yard. and 20 cents for 3 .

$|MM PENTAX MX 2 lens. antique sewing MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 782-3458. 7/8 tin Phone 12596810.71 782.3349 41pd 7/22 or Phone 9645610. 6/10 tIn gal. size 782.3973. 7/8 on Geneva picnic area.Let Creek with beautiful oak trees 14000.
: machine 964.4803 or HOME PARK mobile homes ONE BEDROOM 7/29
:SSSIath:: attachment carrying apartment chg 4tchg
.
Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa F. 2 Ac.$110.000.BUY
aie and assesorles. Call 496.3761. Itchg 7/8 and spaces for rent. stove, refrigerator furnish CRUMPTONS CLEANING ROOMMATE NEEDED to
82-3951, leave II BOROM BOAT Like new Recreational vehicles ed. Tackle Box 341 N. SERVICE New share 1/2 of three NOW t PROFIT LATER
message. LAND
: construction
1/1 2tchg 78JitED 140 hp mercruiser with 82 welcome Phone 468-2912 Temple St. 7/8 Itpd Lake homes bedroom house in nice Lake Butler-One acre, double wide, pool.
TO SALE 2 round trip Floaton trailer Ph. TFchg 4 ROOMS: On let floor. Furnished FOR SALE by hour or by neighborhood' $150. Call Betsent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
Wickets to Fre.port 964-5823 or 9646182. 7/8 HOUSEKEEPING and sleep I'/, bath off street lob. 4752841. 7/1 4tchg 964.7669 alter 5 p.m. 7/8 Frame. 3 BR, pecan trees, 239.IT on paced SRD-1B. 1.635

{ Bahamas. $152. 9646846. Itpd ing room TV, and air. parking. 1 child accepted.No 7/14 tIn Ac High t Dry. 23500. Good Buyl I
C/8: Itchg CHAIN LINK FENCING Excellent Underwood Motel 3 miles pets. $200 per month 5 ACRES Two miles SW of PIANOS TUNED and Owner Financing In Lawl.,. 3 BR. CH/A. Approx. 1500

POOL TABLE: Slot. top condition upprox. North of Starke on Hwy. apply 403 Walnut St., or Raiford on C793. Paved Repaired. 964-4907. Free sq. ft Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway garage.
:good condition. $250.very 215 feet with post rails, 301. 10/9 tIn call 9648498. 7/8 tfn road frontage, $1 .600 per Estimates on repair 7/1 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH, metal barn pecan

._aoDoara.:Uu-' ___ L.' size.. 913..'P nnrt nnn ton om.. Qt..I.1A1n. -.... 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM. .C- .RnnJUI.__.n ....."rh...._....__....__ .._._ftll.. 'ft__ acre. Jacksonville 4tchg- 7/22 LOSTFOUNDPLEASE peach apple trees. Grapevine. $38.000.
King
Stall 964-6052. 7/1 ItpdHULTZ 7/8 Itchg dining room & kitchen; wall carpeting and all 781-5171.5/20 tInHELP NEED CASH QUICK What Lots 63 B 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. $4.900.

$ CUSTOM 12 X 66. central heat and air. In utilities furnished. do you have% We buy RETURN MY PUPPY. Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. 1 ec.w155 .

KCA4H Extremely nice 10 x Hampton. Phone 4681779. 9647184. 7/8 tIn most everything of value. lost or stolen 7/2/82 ft. on 301. Steel' bldg. E.tra.loa numerous to list.
;20 owning $6,000. Motorcycle ((1st months rent in advance 3 BR, 2'/. BATHs, large 964-8961 after 5 p.m. 7/1 behind Gun Shop. 301 Commercial Lot with 120 ft. on US.301. Good buy I
))5/7 tfn master BR, den with WANTEDINFORMATION 4tchg 7/22 South. 9 week old female '
.:.Negotiable, call 7823089. Geneva Lake Estates- wooded /* ac. lots, terms. Clean
SJtchg 78WO 1974 550 FOUR HONDA LAKEFRONT RENTALi BR, 1 fireplace separate dining NEED EXTRA MONEY Interviews bull dog. white with black neighborhood w/rolllng hills. Tennis courts.
:; BA on Crosby Lake. Par- room and living room, are being taken for short tail and black around
SUZUKI CN400X motor- ON CruiseShip St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
Acreage-Davis
Motorcycle.
.Runs good.. .. tially..furnished.! .One..
fetycl., 11,tXX "mftes"sprot; Asking $600. will lease $225 yrs. large-kitchen. with bar and Job., Great 'income Avon Representatives. Call both eyes.. Answers to 15 Acres near Hampton. Well etec. pole, septic tank.
.MWfln9 crash bar bar per mo. WeigelRealty dishwasher, "hugh' shaded potential all occ atlan.. Ramona Crapse, 782-3061 FLOOSIE. REWARD OF-
sissy nege'iat.eCall! ,! !' 4.78 Acres on,J30A and Wilson Rd.
473-7JSO: |1nI.21t2'520'10 1/28 101.lith/ plenty of pecan Call -)<*74frvSo7T! ;:-' 778 4fd m2UNITED --""--'FEUD964'6112 or
:;;xcllent condition. $600 after 6 p.m. and anytime tIn ; >e"pt .40 Acres New River. High and rolling.
tree $350 plus deposit by 964-5:261.7/8:
Itpd
@r best' offer Call nights weekends. 4/8 tIn 2120. Call Refundable COMMUNICATIONS
9fter 6.9648442. 7/8 2tchg 1978 SUZUKI 100: 2300 KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS for appointment 7823741. 6/24 4tpd 7/15 ELECTRONICS. 110 E. Call LOST Small male Beagle
rent at low 5/27 tfn with brown collar. Lost In
1I5u' miles. $595. Call 4732214.: weekly rates. Call Temple St.. CBs, stereo, marine, Woodlawn Drive area.
5/20 tfn VHF, FM commercial
Motel 964.7357.2/18 EOW PERSONALSERVICES
Answers to the name Ben. ,
-..-- -- -- ------1--. ----1---- business, amateur Call 9648723. REWARD HAIR SHAPING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Custom Installations. OFFERED. 7/8 Itchg Women Men Children C
zet.Jt.1 FOR SALE 9648903. 7/8 4tpd 7/29 LOST White female pek-

II VACUUM Maytag Washing Machine BILL'S SAW SHOPi Complete SPECIAL CB radio tune-up. ingnese. lost in Hillibran Permanent Waving Hair Coloring

9 SALENFW 1 sharpening service, cir. $10.95.) 110 E. Call St.. Springs area. Barbara Reddish Frosting

1 $175. Approx. 1 year old with 3 cycles. cular hand, carbide, Stark. 7/8 4tpd 7/29 9646565. 7/8 Itchg SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNTHairstylesl3yJo

00_ A_ _IISFfl___ rhnin_.._..... n.mniMAr____. _hlnrl.___ _hnllnuu__n___
r Seen at 1313 W. Madison St. 100W)
Realtor We Finance Our Own Hwy ground and balanced.

Relax in poolhi1e' KIRBYS Thursday after 5 pm Friday after 3 pm Leave at Jackson Building SALE: JO STANSELL OWNER
In Stark.,
Supply Keytsone
T enjoying EUREKAS ROYALS Saturday & Sunday All Day Heights or lake Butler $139.95 N.W. 59th Ave. off Bayless Rd.
IUKABR 2% BAtH
HOOVERS TFNchg $159.95 Starke, Florida 964-5772
.. me on 4 ac. ALCOHOLICS Reg.
lQuntry' Estate. ELECTROLUX ANONYMOUS Phone I ti-Np

FILTER QUEENS.. 964.5148 or 9647619.
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1 COMMERCIALRESIDENIA. "' ,
SEARSCOMMERCIAL* l rj.ELP WANTED TFchg T14E\ -- ----
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SEWING MACHINES OFFICE
1 ATTENTIONSerious
ACREAGEi We repair all makes .. Gairtesvlfe! Sun Route Carriers REPAIRED All makes SHOP

.,; 4/7Sm931 : ;'needed for :Starke/Kingsley Lake cleaned oiled and ad- hOW C5i5e4
Al Young'sSince'1957 5154ees. Job Seekers !
$15. Workguaranteed
lusted. .
ts. 782-3896 HOME and Lake Butler areas. Must have James : _. I

< .O py w.rM"&IJ301 ; ." reliable car and post cash bond. For Strickland corner MorganRd. NEED ONE??? Would limit you on like earnings to set and your have own vacation hours with as' desired'practicallyno II

S.' LawteyI 964.6918 and Hwy 16. TFNchg
information call 964-8170 or '0. then why not conveniently work with us sor
.a MIles north of CHAIN LINK FENCE Install tlng/bundling mail. Receive work and _
by
T Stark on US 301WANTED- '378.! J6, ask for Eric Gets. ed. Free estimates. Handy- PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS I mail. Start immediately! For information payments, a self

I Shon 4' Cimdare!! Man Fence Co. 9648559. addressed stamped envelope assures a prompt reply
9/82
Special Insurance for| tfnpd Moll Marketing Services, P.O. Box 2S90. Ocalo,
Florida 3271.EARN.
Mobile) Home Parks MOBILE HOME t 1-2& 3 Bedroom Apts. J____ _.

)?All types of home- : SERVICE POLES BUY OR SALE From '130" to '275'' r -_ -

Ojvners policies for| Cash Available SemI-Truck Drivers 100 AMPM60.00 I Stanley Horn Product

Mobile homes. We Buy 1st & 2nd or Heavy Equipment I *. Call: Karen 1I': : 1530 W. Madison EXTRA MONEY
I Opmtm Sun LKMtyTM. 1 Griffith, 964-6932 STARKE
200 I
:*: Call for Quote Mtgs. Call us for a FfM I AMP Phone 964-6312
1100142(414 '250.00 I 'a. DUAL HOUSSMOwMtuntty Application are now being taken for Tlm..-Unlon
Olln's Mobile -
| quote. Call Morning Paper Rout.. Applicants mll.' b* able( to
Home Sales Anytime post a cash bond have relIable transportation and a
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Baine M. Olin, Agent) 964-5010 $$$$$$$ 461-1117 Waldo PIONEER tlphon
NEEDMONEY ORANGE&BLUE Call 964.5165
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: 964-5606... OPPORTUNITYSTARKE ELECTRIC CO. t This Is an ideal I .uppl.m.nlo"ncom." for a housewife,

-:;:. wlIDrilling ? SIGNS Ceiling Fans & retirement couple, teacher, etc.

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Part-time TelephoneSales -
HELP WANTED Rep., working (J Use Your Home Emory Nolan Trailer Poles r -

VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR I hours, Monday thru Fri. . . .... . Equity. We make 964-5993 7823065GOOD

CARPENTRY day. 5 PM to 9 PM. 2"thru 6" 1st & 2nd Mtgs.I Rt. 4. Box 1320 Griffis & Son's

I CALL FLORIDA Fast Star...., Fl. 32091
Sunshine Acres work activity centers 6 hours. Rotary Call us for a quote PART.TIME
Monday thru Friday $3.50 to $4 per hr., dependingon TIMES-UNION from Drilling Equip. "9645010IKE'S I ------4 OPPORTUNITYSTARKE.KEYSTONE Outdoor Marine
of adult 9-5
II: experience. Instructing supervision p.m. State LIcensedPumps HTS. |

r: retarded clients and carpentery skills related to 964.5165 v . . . . TREE SERVICE Supervise Young Adults jj Stumpknocker & Mercury Outboards
i manufacturing wooden palates. Require to use EOE Soles Crew Evenings. NO
and Instruct the of tool ,- uperviie production 301 N. 964-7662
use power EXPERIENCE -
0 aB=tt=a=ffi=a=tt=ct=n=tt3MAM SAW Whilehead's Hwy
records. Qualifications '
and maintain progress I NECESSARY
,
: high school diploma two years experience New&UsedSaleseParts'Servjce & MOWER SHOP Tree Service CALL FLORIDA TIME Special of the Week
carpentry social service or related area..A.A. I (Behind Powell's Diary
i from 9-5
be used for 1 yr. experience. Send resume to Freeze) LICENSED INSURED UNION p.m.

Iin Larimer Director, Sunshine Acres P.O. Box . E-Z. .TermsPlumbing. . . SALES SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES '64.5U5!
Storks Flo., or fill out application at Sunshine Chain Sow. & ((904)) 752-4356 Salary Plus Car

.., West 16. Storke. 78.2lchg 715eeCW iJ1aJj1; : Lawn Mower Collect Allowance And Commiss .-

Flotida s EOE
Lake City.

C. New 1 Installation i j --- +TO4 _

Remodeling Repairs ,
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Aloe Vera Juice ',' .. .. . .'\. RENT ; 4tt J"
,A Total Unique
PUMP 3 hop spaces. 1200 \':: ,31"11I Adutt Skii $58.00Hummingbird

Thousands taking for arthritis: rheumatism, Ideal forl .9c. Super
SUPPLY
overweight. skin .q. ft. ea. '"C...
Ulcers Indigestion! low energv:. : 4'Contractors Sixty Depth Finder $300.00
light| : it.1.
contractor, 3"
Guaranteed; to be the purest, \. % / I,..-.e..wI """" .COMPANY. . . .. mfg. repair shop or "*-. 14 Runabout w/
strongest. Best tasting 55 HP Motor & Trailer $2295.00.
It,.- _ItO iMu.._
I 1! Aloe vera Juice __'_..- At.ue.Wi4APPY JIoQI 864 N. :
,lntheCOUfltry.' MlWIMi_ .....watt dranohc inc. Temple Ave. storage.CALL, LOW PRICES
i ,.uI MM MAW MCK OUKACKX *>, no*,
Can be seen at '. Starke fl. '1-9 4.772.7980 FREE ESTIMATES I i'i, I :4 :T41J ;
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Grease oblong pan. pour In pineapple. Add blueberries and 3/4 cup sugar.
u ,k Pour In box of dry cake mix Melt margarine and pour over cake mix.
Sprinkle nuts and remaining sugar. Bake!; 33-40 minutes at 350 degrees.
Midway through cooking, cut slits In cake to allow juice to come to top of

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Also blueberries can be substituted for'pineapple In your favorite ups'.
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rrt can't afford NOT to own :
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0 _w 30-Days FREE (in home) Service!

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Ii\ Ella White helps picks blueberries at the Schretzmann Farm for resale to local
limited
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Blueberries Seven varieties on two acres unadvertised instorespecials

becomingbig Seven varieties of blueberries are grown by Johnnie Arnold in his two acre
berry patch.
The oldest bushes are five years old and the newest are In their third year of

in U.C. growth. .
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crop From Page GERMAN CHEESE CAKE WITH Comfort Breeze Beautiful American

BLUEBERRIES 52" Rev. Hunter Eagle Fan
The two acres the Arnolds have U-pick operation seven days a week
planted, the oldest six rows planted probably into August. "Reversible"Lifetime
five years ago, contain the varieties The prices this year remain the CRUST 139
Tiftblue, Woodard, Climax, Delight, same as 1981, 60 cents a pound for 18 pieces zwieback thin rind of 1/2 lemon ( Warranty)
Homebelle, Bluebelle and Sharp Blue. U-pick and$1 a pound if they are pick. 3 tbs. melted butter 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
ed for you. 2 tbs. sugar 1 pound cream cheese, cubed
The berries planted by the Arnoldsare The largest portion of the commercial Reversibles Many More
flat on a slope that drains natural operation is sent to Winn-Dixie in FILLING V
!ly. Arnold said he is planning on adding Jacksonville where they are 2 eggs, separated ""' t Starting at '! Name Brands
irrigation to his plot. He only had distributed to markets in Northeast 1/2 cup sugar *.
to water over a brief period since the Florida and often sell for $1.89 a pint. 1 tbs. lemon juice ,; to Choose
area received adequate rainfall this Mrs. Schretzmann said the grocery $89oowith from. Starting]
year. chain has been very helpful and of. TOPPING
Too much rain is bad for blueberries fered good marketing tips. I cup sugar ( Brass)
causing them to split and become The blueberries are handsorted and 2 tbs corn starch $39New
unmarketable.The packed into pint cups which Mrs. I tsp. lemon juice 5 yr. warranty g at
Schretzmann points out with prideare 4 cups blueberries Classic Rev Fans with Lifetime Warranty
Schretzmann bushes were all good berries all the way to the
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planted in raised beds five years ago bottom. Heat oven to 300 degrees. Break six pieces of zwieback into blender. Cover Installations Starting at 15
and include a drip irrigation system. She said the berries have a good and process at grind. Empty into a small bowl and repeat with remaining
Wood chips are spread around the shelf life and they are looking into the zwieback. Mix melted butter and sugar into crumbs, press into bottom of 9 For Mobile & Houses
base of the bushes to retain moistureand market in the far western United inch spring form pan. Bake S minutes. Cool. Put egg yolks sugar, lemon ( Homes )
retard the growth of weeds. States and foreign markets. juice and rind, vanilla extract and. half of the cheese.. into blender, cover and i
The berries t for their process at blend until smooth. PHONE f
they pick own
WIND & of
"This has been a good year. We use usually go into desserts. Two Add remaining cheese gradually, continuing to process until mixture Is te- FIRE FLORIDA 4737194Duval
have had lots of rain and didn't needto family favorites are German very smooth. Beat egg whites with rotary beater until stiff. Fold blended 10 im.. I '... iHCMtMf to EMwbvliif Fmt t RraplMii \
irrigate," said Bea Schreatzmann. cheesecake topped with blueberriesand mixture into egg whites, pour into crumb crust and bake 43 minutes.Put ON HIGHWAY 21, ACROSS FROM FORTUNE FEDERAL 389-8308
"The fruit is large and plentiful," blueberry crunch."I sour cream, sugar and vanilla into blender, cover and process at stir KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA I
she added. until smooth. Spread evenly over top of rake and return to oven for 10 CLOSED heal! Imo j } Jr.lW'I""I
The Schretzmann Farm minutes.
began feel very positive about blueberries -
commercial operation in the middleof for a crop, but recommend look Cool cake, remove rim of spring form pan. _. rnl"ll.IW'nrrT..1T.'mrrr'l1Bl''r'Tn1" !:!
May, about three weeks earlier ing for other outlets besides the For topping mix all ingredients cook over medium heat until juice '
than last year, and will continue the U-pick," Mrs. Schretzmann said. thickens. Cool pour on top of cake. 4l

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SALE HOMES FOR PERSONAL WORK WANTED NOTICE FOR SALE PERSONAL FOR RENTTVPIWRITTUS REAL

SALEDEERWOOD SERVICES SECRETARY desires work In SERVICES ESTATE
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LAKE LOT on sand bottomed CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH
Keytone-Melrose area should be submitted to the CB/BRICK HOME With extra AND AD.
lake in Hillcrest. $800
HILLS 3-large CARPENTER WORKiRemodeling 8-Years experience. CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES DING MACHINES FOR LOOKING FOR a special'
Lake Monitor officeIn ,
Region large swimming pool.land.coped .
month.
down S146.44
p.r bedrooms, 2-full baths, work kitchen General medical and writing and paid In advance severalout Free estlmotes. Local RENTi Union County Times piece of property __ It t
Phon. 473-4053 or doublewlde M.H. on cabinets I and trim technical transcription, unless credit is yard, with 2-5 distributor for completely 85 SW 2nd Ave., lakeButl.r don't have It. I'll find It-Just
473-4367 aft.r 6 buildings
pm.71 2-acres $27,000. carpenter Reasonable payroll, word processing. already established with acres, located on SR 18 washable nationally Phone 496-2361 for oikJANE S. USHER
tfnchg WOODLAND DRIVE 3-BR prices. Call 473-2477.after Excellent typist. Hardworking this office. advertised Gardsette more 'Information. TFN REALTOR 496-2126 or
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE 5:30: p.m7/1 tfnchg. near Worthington Springs Draperies. SAW Enterprise ..
10/1. 496-2903. .v. "Your
1 Bath 1,400 sq. ft. Central versatile, fast Monitor staff cannot beheld finance, Call
Keystone Heights, own.rfinanced H/A 38000. Call CARPENTRY AND MASONRY learner. For resume please for owner aft.r TFN *. Ed or loma MOIILE' HOMI FOR RENTt Union County Realtor tfn
responsible 496-3629
12 p.rc.nt Interest Keystone Heights Realty WORK Building patios, write to Debbie Perrine, classifieds 7pm. Stephen. 4962219. Furnished with AC, no 3n6.
mistakes .
on 2/"
Lots clear, sand
on Inc., REALTOR 473-4961. additions, remodeling P.O. Box 114, Florahome, 5/1/SOTFN. kid., no pets. Phone FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE
taken
when ad I I. the PICKUPS From
over JEEPS, CARS
bottomed lake, priced to ,
homes and tile
tfnchg 5/13 work. Freeestimates. Fl. 32635. 2tchg7815HOUSEKEEPER GIGANTIC YARD SALES Fri. 4962308. TFN 6/3. NEEOStColl Venera Brown
local
sell from 9900. On. to telephone.Classified $35. Available at
Phone 473-4473 day and Saturday. July 9 RENT TO OWNi A New 496-3022, Sandy Haien
thr. acres with nice tree during day. 7/1 tfn chg. FOR HIRE Do deadline I I. Gov't Auctions. For Directory and 10. Clothes, dishes.toy. Baldwin Piano of your 496-3994 eves or G.rrll.n.
from (3,600, $500 down need home cleaned Tuesday noon prior to call 805.687.6000, Ext.
NEW GUYS IN TOWN! C.J. you your ., baby It.ms. stereo choice. Parramore Music non 4963140. Tiffin and
$50 a month. Commercial MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN and Arnold' Mobil Home once a week? Or twicea Thursday publication. 1136. Call refundable.4tpd electric organ and motv 904-7326776, Ocala. 7/8, Owns, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2
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frontage -investment op Repair and Welding 24 hr. month? Have many excellent Minimum charge 7/1 78715722.IU".ORPINGTONSI dalyn, macrame and lots of tfn Box 788. lake Butler FL.
portunity. SR21N. Owner- Emergency Service local references.4752136or4751368. word for $2.50 then 10 laying other popular It.ms. Four tfn chg. B6.UNION.
salesman. 473-437S.7/I LEGION HALL SR21. 473-2567 cents for every word after. hens, $2.50 each. Phone
or 4737160. 7/1 I Itchg miles from Lake Butler on
tfnchg Saturdays,7 p.m. Public In. 4963193. Itchg 7/8. COUNTY
tfnchg 7/8 SR 100 to Stark, 11 mil*.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA vlted.4/1 tfnchg NEW MOTHER will keep from Starke. Com _rly.1Ichg HELP WANTEDLADIES TIMES
access lots from $3SOO ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSS children hour
any ot my HELP 7/8. 496.2261aSee
$500 down $71.74 per Closed home 473-3630. Kathy YARD SALES Saturday July PART-TIME Average
month. Discount on entire meetings Monday 8 p.m. Nolan..Itpd 7/8 WANTEDEXECUTIVE HOMI REMODELING B INSURANCEMAINES 10, 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. $5 per hour. Demonstrate
10 acres. One Waterfrontlot. Open meetings Friday 8 kinds. 1055 gifts. No In. *
REPAIR *' oil S. lake In front of toy. FANTASTIC BLUEBERRIES. 91
Call 473-4379. 7/1 p.m. Alanon. Monday 8p.m. DIRECTOR: For Free INSURANCE AGENCYi high tchool. Cloths, vestments. Free training.
OPPORTUNITIESWANT Room additions. (varieties' at Schretimannl
.
tfnchg All meetings at 160 S. Lake Ave., Lak.Butl.r. Call 1.752.0229 colUct
Clay County Mental Estlt.iotes. 473-2187, ; book., toy., *tc. ltchg78.REALTOR. Farm.241.A Providence..II
CLEAN CONFORTABLE 90"gold Educational Building. Community Health Drug and Alcohol .4963978. CompleteInsurance Itchg 18.JANITOR .
Church 473-2790 TO TRADE 4-acres John Adams lullders.MuaNey Service. TFN You pick or we pick.I
sofa. Only $75. See at or Services and Interim Director NEEDEDi Experience ? I
Monitor office or call 4752130. tfn chg. partially .cleared near ; Hope Council Inc. Executive In finishing ,755-0211 for Information.:
473-2210. 7/1tfnchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Vidalia Ga. for take lot in Director will be floor. 5 p.m. until 12:30: '--t:
EXTRA NICE lake lot InHillcr. dues, fees or weigh- lake Region area. W.E. responsible for development a.m. shift. Contact Mrs .
.... Large trees $500 In., open meetings Tuesday McDonald, 7548 Old St. of comprehensivecounty IUdfirR'sSERVICES. Padgett at UGH 496-2323
down 12 percent Interest. 7.30 p.m., St. Ann. Augustine Rd., mental health between 8 a.m. and 12 CUSTOM BUILT'
Phone 473-4058 after 6 Episcopal Church, Tallahassee, Fl. 32301 or drug and alcohol abuse noon. 2tchg 7/8 7/1S. BRICK' HOME
call 1-904-878-6627 2tpd 2 BR, 1 bath fireplace,
p.m. 4tchg 6/17-7/8 Keystone Heights and prevention agency to LADIES NIID EXTRA
GUNS, AMMO AND TEARGAS 473.2790.7/ tfnchg. 7/8.15 be formed to assume function r 471-U4B MONEYi Tupperware has family. room,. access to,
and BINGO -Lions Club GIVE A TOY PARTY Lake Butler.
Gunsmiming across of several separate great opportunities., Also Mary
restoration. Assault and from high school Receive free gifts. Contact agencies: Ongoing responsibility /s 11341621 great hostess gifts. Call Moeller Realtor;.
defence weapon Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 Kathy Nolan, 473-3630 tpd for development, JANE S. USHER ,752.0252.ltchg 7/8. 376-4471.
Wholesale to everyone. p.m.: Regular, 7:30 p.m. 7/8 planning, and directing activities
Exampl. .357 Magnum Public Invited. 4/1 tfn chg. of this Interim -
agency.
$169, Night and FOR RENT Directorship of Repairs Of MijtrEleotrio REALTORYour TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENTContract

weekends, please call Agency responsible for IpBliaROSSSanrfHg 'Union County Realtor. Procurement Specialist

684-2272.4tchg 6/24.7/13 LOSTFOUNDMAN'S OFFICE SPACEf acing substance abuse and Rradferd I 360 N. Main St Responsible for securing work, contracts
79CAMPION MOTORHOME, Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto counseling in program not
19' Tronsvan Dodge 360 Andrew Drugs.: Coll under direct supervision of 'Clay CouBilts 496-2126 A96:2903NEW vocational evaluation, wage and

Dual Air lots of Extras. WATCHSUNGLASSES 473-3411. 4/1 tfnchg. clinical psychologist/physi Lnr.... 11'I4.. 1---- hour regulations time studies task
Excellent condition. Left at 2BR, 1 Bath central) H/A clan. Must have Masters LISTINGSVery analysis and overseeing general work =
$9.900. 473-3942. Itpd 7/8 Keystone Branch Library. garage Silver lake access.S2SO Degree in Clinical CounselIng neat and attractive CB home with add! corner In a. sheltered work chop production for:
office and
Call Monitor
ACIIAGI 'In
WOODED mo. Keystone Heights Administration( Social :
Belmont Creek Clay Coun- identify. 473-2210 Realty Inc. REALTOR 4734 Work or related fi.ld. Steve Broadway lot. Shaded by many pecan tree Close to hospital. developmentaldisabled.! Position will :
ty. lot 12A ,; S acre, LOST SKI on White Sand "1./lMfnchg Minimum of 4 years experience Shown by appt. only. Owner may lioncn- to-qualified begin Aug. 1. 1982 and end June 30, 1983.
$13.000; lot 13A 5 acr., lake, 6/25/82 Cypress 2-BR COTTAGE on lake with at least 2 in TREE'SERVICE buyer. Salary 10.54167: for 11 month
$15,000. Call 1-479-2197, gardens Dick Pope III, Brooklyn. $150 per week. supervisory/ad 5 Acres, near CA Roberts Rd., owner financed. ; period.
Itpd 7/1 Slalom of combo pair. This 473-33346/17 tfnchg mlnlslratlve capacity.Send Removal IO-15 acre, owner financed. Applicant msut have a high school diploma' ;
161 FASUGIASS BASS BOAT ski I Is relatively new. If FURNISHED HOUSE on big resume not later than July Home, business, income property. 2V4 acres, very or equivalency diploma and at leat two: :
69hp motor,two gas tank, found notify John R. Rober* Lake Brooklyn 2BR 16, 1982 to Mental Health Trimming, neat mobile home. Includes 900 ft. highway frontage. years full-time employment In Industrial. :
batteries, electric trailer son Rt. 1 Box 314, wall/wall carpet, air no P.O. Box 566 Green Cove Ha. odd'i.) trailer lit' for income. Also Ig. commercialbldg. .
motor, galvanized trailer. Keystone Height, Fl, pet. II no answer call Spring., FI. 32043. 2tchg Free. Estimate for shop or retail business. Coll for appt.. today.- Sates, Industrial, Engineering or related
Great condition. Call 32656 473-3366 Itpd /8 evenings $185 per month. 7/1-8 Great opportunity. fields; Including experience estimating' ;
I 473-4274, Howard Tucker. LOST Smell Meek, end 473-4491. Itchg 7/8 RETIRED COUPLE for 473-4732; '.If you want a particular piece of property,' home, 'and bidding practices. Applicants accepted
lIhg 111 white Female' "011. 8 yrs. RENT TO OWN A New management of local business, don't hesitate to call us or come by. There
thru
POOL TABLE Completewith 0'''. Mut-Trrlr krd.Rewerd Baldwin Piano of your business 'par* time After 5,P.M.KeyrtoneJIelflhts. are many unadvertised properties In Union County.for. Monday Friday 9.11 a.m., IndusfrlarComplex
balls, cues, rack "73."'" e. choice. Parramore Music, mobile home site sale. of Raiford. Phone 904-431-1899v
$190. Call. 473-4367 twIg S1S-7S2-T270 Collect 9047326776. Ocola. 7/8 available. Please call I I Equal Opportunity Employer.'a'a' l lf
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