Bradford County telegraph
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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 15, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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with the county commis said he thinks he has finally gotten a
sion's lack of progress in adopting a draft of a proposed ordinance which
mining ordinance, proponents of saving fits Bradford County, which has no
the Santa Fe swamp from being employee, ''such as a hydrologist or
mined for peat filled the SO-seat geologist, to enforce a mining or
meeting room in an effort to get the dinance.
issue off the back burner.A Some four or five months ago, the ,
meeting of attorneys and others commission asked Gaines and attorney :
from all interested parties was then Hardy to work on a mining ordinance :
set for next Thursday, JulY.22, at 7 Commissioners Homer Hart
p.m. to work on the ordinance, at the and E.L. (Nook), Norman said Mon-
suggestion of county attorney Dudley day, however i the 'commission has .
Hardy, who arrived at Monday's never specifically Instructed attorney :.

!1 meeting after a presentation by the Hardy to draft a mining ordinance.But .
t-y.._ Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association. :
the Monday
i pressurewas'put on
( ; : .l I Invited will be attorneys and other by the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers'Association

.Ir... '' ", -- -- .. ', ,. representatives from the Lake Attorney Tim Keyser of
Dwellers the
Assoc., group opposing Interlachen urged the commission to ;
mining the swamp; Georgia-Pacific, enact "in a very timely manner an ordinance
which proposes to mine the 5,300-acre min
to protect against peat
i1I swamp it bought for$2.5 million, and ing." Keyser, president of the Florida
the DuPont company, which currently Wildlife Association, advised the
has the only mining operation in the commissioners that the "buck stops ]
county. here, at the local level."
Commissioners, Hardy, and Zoning
Before issue
the Santa Fe swamp
Wanted: Mining Ordinance! Director L.M. Gaines agreed that the heats up further, it is imperative that
ordinance should not be confined to
Some 50 members of the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers' Association led by Preslmining the Santa Fe swam for peat. GP paid some $2.5 million for the swamp, peat alone, but should include all Bradford County, in which the swamp
dent Harold Hill, at podium adjusting his glasses, pushed for action on adopand proposes to use the peat to fire furnaces In its Palatka plant. types of mining, including phosphate lies, enact a mining ordinance,
ting a mining ordinance. The group Is battling to keep Georgia-Pacific from The county commission promised to get to work on a mining ordinance, terming and DuPont's ilmenite. Keyser reiterated.
Commissioner asked if it
such an ordinance long overdue. Mosley
Offers of legal assistance by attor- has been determined whether
nies were made by the Santa Fe Lake removal of peat has been ruled min-

Dwellers Assoc., Inc., a group ing or harvesting. Keyser said the
organized under the leadership of state has determined that peat

BRADFORD Coe Harold Hill to oppose Georgia- removal is a mining operation, adding
Pacific's proposal to clear the that ruling was expected since
t k.2p 5,300-acre swamp, drain it, mine the the state levies a severance tax on
peat, and use it to fire furnaces in minerals removed. Common sense
GP's Palatka plant. removal is rather
says peat mining,
"We will appoint a committee today than said.
harvesting, Keyser
before we adjourn, and get to Does anyone know the status of the
work on it," said Vice-Chairman ordinance asked.
mining Keyser
trrap11The Homer Hart in the chair Monday due Gaines answered he has a draft of the
to the illness of Chairman Maxie ordinance, has been working on the

Carter, Jr.Gaines ordinance since 1977, and has sent a
said he has gotten sample copy of the draft to attorney Hardy.Is .
ordinances from other counties, and
discussed the matter with the DuPont there some way we can aid in this

company, which has always been matter, Keyser persisted. Gaines sug-
Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven most cooperative about its operation. gested that a committee be appointedSee
Saying he has been working on a
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103rd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy mining!,! ordinance since 1977, Gaines
50th Issue Thursday July 15,1982 USPS 062-700

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I Slow Progress on Hampton Elementary Still Bothering School Board .1.1l.


Still bothered by the lack of progress Looking at a 4-page list of materials while, launched into an explanation expected to be on the job site within a
on the $171,000 project on just delivered to the HE site, board about the blockwork,which he said is week, Jackson said. With a week to in- ,
Hampton Elementary School, the member Arthur Gaskins wondered not the best but which he said can stall the roof, there will be still three I
Bradford school board tabled pay requests what would happen if the job is shut meet standards acceptable to the architectural weeks left before completion, and the
Tuesday night by both the con-. The Bradford County School Board is holding up down with the material on site. firm and the school board. contractor thinks he can put a large
tractor and architect: Jackson said it is difficult to have a crew to work and finish on time. I
for Gaskins then
work moved to table the
payments Hampton Elementary pay
r "I ./ block look smooth both sides of Jackson said after the meeting he 'i]
think.we have. three ring circus?,, j; rwjuersts, $28,599 for Abney, Construction job on .
going on down there," said board ''School cafeteria sire to.thecontractorand\ar-k.v; '*;:>>' and $313 for the architetural a wall,given .variation in\the block, doesn't think the job can be finished ..\ I

member J.R. (Jim) Lawson, notingthe chitect until its June 19 meeting. firm of Salley, Jackson, and Reeger sizes. But the roof walls will be' on time now. Abiiey Construction is f
board is 153 days into a 180 day until the board's 7 p.m. July 19 covered over except in some closets, subject to liquidated damages by the I1'
project with an Aug. 30 completiondate. regular meeting. The motion passed he added. day if he is late and the school board '
Board members and, after the Jackson agreed the contractor is refused to approve a time extension.
meeting, architect Dave Jackson said 50.When Jackson arrived later, the HE behind schedule. "Every time we go "Do we have a contractor on the
they see no way the contractor Abney June 30 meeting is a $5,800 pay request workmen did show up Monday and topic was pursued again. up there the contractor is not mann- job?" board member Lawson asked
Construction Co. of Orange Park, can in change orders. Tuesday, and that architect Craig ing the job," Jackson said. Jackson.
finish by the deadline. When the HE project first came up Salley met with them and told the The contractor has asked the ar "Yes, sir," Jackson said.
Tuesday night architect Jackson has workmen to clean up the work site. "Do you feel the'project is progress. chitect if some finish work can be "Can you assure me of that?"
Worried about the of the '
quality not arrived when Chairman J.T. Par- ing as it should? Supt. Tom Casey done before the roof is on, Jackson Lawson persisted.
masonry work and failing to see how rish asked for the latest report on the Salley asked where the masons asked architect Jackson. said, but he has advised against that. "Yes, sir. May I ask why you ask?"
the project can be finished on time, HE addition. Board member Rodney were, and was told they'd left the job Jackson pointed out, however,he can Jackson wanted to know. Lawson said
the school board and staff is becom Hall said he saw two men working due to a discrepancy in the type of "Yes," Jackson said, and Supt. not keep the contractor from doing he heard Abney Construction has
ing more and more concerned.Also when he visited the site. block, Clark said. The masons return. Casey shot a quick look to the school finish work. gone out of business. Jackson said not
remaining on the table from a HE Principal Connie Clark said ed to the job the next day. board members. Jackson, mean- The contractor has said the roof is as far as he knows.

Budget Requests are $ Million Over

Expected Income for Bradford County

With spending requests totaling rollback rate certified to the commission Health Insurance
some $1 million more than expected by Property Appraiser Jimmy
income, Bradford County Commis- Alvarez, the amount of mills it will Bids Examined
sioners had a big cutting job ahead of take to raise the same amount of property Liberty National Life is apparentlow
them as they began work on the tax revenue as last year. ., bidder on the county's new health t
budget for fiscal 1982-83, Wednesday insurance policy, but a meeting was
night July 14. Under new state law, if 15 percent set Wednesday night to look over the w
of the prior year's tax revenue would $c. ,
"Don't be surprised if it doesn't policies. !
take 15 mills to balance it," Clerk Gib exceed 00 percent of the new sales tax Liberty National bid $111.62 for a !
revenue, the county tax revenue deductible Life In- .
Brown warned the commissioners $200 family policy.
Monday, July 12, at their regular would be allowed to grow by 15 percent vestors, represented by George &jg4 ;
monthly meeting. according to CPA Pat Farn- Roberts Insurance Co., bid$112.63 fora _
Problem is the county cannot levy Apparently Farnsworthdoesn't $250 deductible policy, second low; '
more than 9.43 mills in 82-83, since Is expect that to happen, since and Aetna, represented by Richard
he said the will be
it getting the benefit of property tax Monday county Roberts, was third low at $116.35 and
limited to the rollback 9.43 mills
relief from the fifth penny of sales tax $250 deductible.
recently added. 9,43 mills is theSATURDAY. in 1982-83. Agents from Blue Cross, Blue
That's less increase in millage than Shield and Aetna said they would be
the 10-mill cap, which the county is
Wednesday night to explain
subject to ordinarily. Before help arrived how their .
higher rates are justified.
in the form of the sales tax, expected :
to be some $214,000 in 82-83, Ji, tF1rriT\I

,/,.'... ,;?. commissioners thought millage
.,' would go to the maximum 10 mills. -
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than last year's millage, because a Two Section
J mill is worth slightly more this year SECTION At

because of a rise in property values. A Newt...... .... .rOIl.* 1.a: ,
mill this year is worth approximately Editorial .. . ... .. .Page 4
$160,000, up from $156,000 last year, Social.. .... .. .. .. Pag.i S.7
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July 17 additional revenue, millage wouldbe
9.546, Farnsworth said.

Sponsored by Grac. United Added to the budget requests Mon- Obltuarle. . ..... .. .Pages 3
Methdodt Church of ham behind day, July 12, was a $96,018 request by News Briefs. .. . .., .Page S. 10'

lawtey Pert Off ic. the county volunteer fire department. Classlflads. .. ... ..Page* I.' 4 ul. nSi


SFCC rr"'. I.t'otlon for
Fall Torm 7 PM at IHS Outside. ..

The seasonably Northeast Florida humid and hot weather will continueat
PINE VALLIY CONGREGATION least through the weekend according to the Florida Forest Service
HOLINESS CHURCH REVIVAL Headquarters on SR-100 west of Starke.

Thru July. 23 Today (Thursday. July IS) the forecast calls for 60 percent chance of
thunderstorms between 2-4 p.m. with from V4 to 1 inch of rain, a high of 93
RAOFORD COUNTY SCHOOL and a low humidity of 54, with winds from the southeast at 7 mph.
BOARD MEETING. ... 7 PM 4-dayoutlook through Sunday is for continued partly cloudy, hot and There's a Bunch of Ball Action These Days.- ...

LAWTIY COUNCIL MEETING thunderstorms.It humid weather.,with scattered showers in the afternoon or early evening These are buiy summer day in ports,what with Dix- are paying full attention to tile close play at tile plate
ie ASA Softball but the Middleburg pitcher backing the play know
'TlSOPMTUESDAY. Youth all star tournaments being played. up
has rained somewhere in the
county every day. The Louis Hill towerat playoff opening up and the Jr.. Sma Illy. and T-Ball the play isn't so cloae... the ball's up in the air above the
Highland has recorded 3.95lnches of rain .
since July 5, the New River ball each morning In Starke., platet
July 20 tower on SR-100 west 3.9 inches, and the Santa Fe tower US-301IOuth games continuing
STARKE COUNCIL MUTING 3.79 inches. on. Here, In a play from the Minor League all itar tourna- For full details on the all star tournament taking
ment being played In Lake City Starke' Shawn Nichols place In Starke, Lake City, and Keystone Height, and
7PMROOKE rain is about for the month'at
.. 50-year July average is 8.66 average Inches. 3.88 inches at mid-month. slides home after hitting a grand slam homer In a Monday the ASA Softball playoffs of last weekend turn to your

COUNCIL MUTING June went out with a total of 5.35 inches, about three Inches less than its Shawn.night the game catcher against, the Middleburg.umpire and moat of the fan sports pagea. ::f. P
7i30PM 8.44 inch 50-year average.

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Hampton Council Does About-Face With ]Plans to, is Old City Charter

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Junking the idea of revising a town members apparently began to think Mitzeis motion to keep the present for council meetings are asked to buried from the county later. allowance for the police car to $300
charter in existence since 1925, the more highly of the current charter. charter passed 32. contact City Clerk Jane Hall before 5 The...members decided to approvethe per month to keep with the gas price
Hampton City Council decided at its On a motion by Councilman Duane The-council then unanimously pass- p.m. on the Friday the week before application to be sent in for hikes. City Clerk Jane Hall agreed to
Tuesday, July 13, meeting to end the Mitzel, the council reversed its deci- ed a motion to add an ordinance to the regular meetings or present them by Community Service Trust Fund a notify Town Marshal Raymond Simmons
revision and its old sion and decided to keep the old charter for rules of procedure which
process keep coming forward at the meetings.In grant.The city would have to come up when the ith the limit was close
charter charter. Two opposing votes came include certain parlimentary rules
with with from Bradford being reached.
$900. along $900
A new charter prepared by city attorney from Chairman John Evans and councilman for future meetings and a special other action: County to have the sidewalks
Mary Marshal got through a Ulysses Woods. Votes to keep rule that allows three members of the
first reading. But councilwoman June the old charter came from council council to call special meetings with Paint Center, owned by tapered and ramps built in certain Clerk Hall also brought it to the attention -
county commissioner E. W. Hodges. ureas. The project is .aimed to help of the council that the Divisionof
Haddock, who opposed the proposed members Duane Mitzel June Had- 24 hours notice to the other membersand awarded
was the bid to the the contactedher
charter on first reading, kept dock, and Ted Curtis. others that participate in usual windows replace elderly. Law Enforcement had
at City Hall. The bid included needsto
The reversal after Haddock and warned that Hampton
repeating how good she thought the came meetings.
1925 charter is. stood up for the 57 year old charter. Additions to the rules of procedure the replacing and glazing the windowsof Chairman Evans suggested that start paying the Incentive pay to
Another bid of
It was the second time in two mon- "I've read it twice very carefully include an agenda for all meetings to from Shears.Glass in Gainesville$360 the old Hampton police car that was the town police officers or possiblylose
ths the council has deliberated on and it's good it really is," Mrs. Haddock make it possible for citizens to call turned down. was not sold after advertising for a bid be federal funding. The incentivepay
changing the present town charter. said. Mitzel then asked Mrs. items up before the council in an given to the fire department to carry will be $25 per month, each, for
Marshall if there Council agreed to for for extra equipment. The council the town marshal and the deputy
After attorney Marshall went was any reason orderly way and a certain order of pay gas agreed.
through a detailed explanation of the Hampton had to change the charter. business to follow for the meetings. the fire truck after each call to insurea marshal. The council agreed to pay
proposed new charter the councilA The attorney replied "no." Then Citizens who want to bring items up full tank at all times,and to be reinv The council agreed to raise the gas the amount

Public Hearing is July 20 t j r' \. JE!'

On County School Budges,

$10.7 million Bradford education Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey
system budget is advertised in this Elementary Schools. Supt. Casey /
issue of the Telegraph and a public switched from labeling the additional qj ,
hearing for comment on the proposed staffing as parttime administration.BEA \'
spending bill is set Tuesday, July 20, President Julie Miller warnedthe i
at 7 p.m. in the meeting room of the board the teacher union will con- :
school administration building on N. sider any budget approved prior to
Temple Av. in Starke.A teacher bargaining as an unfair labor _
special meeting is set next Tues- practice. If the board adopts a budget FREEHave
day night, July 20, at 7 p.m. in the prior to going to the table with
school board administration buildingfor teachers the board will not be
a public hearing on the tentative bargaining in good faith, Mrs. Miller
budget. By state law, the 82-83 final said. 't your car
budget must be passed 75 days after -
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tentative approval said Supt. Tom In other action Tuesday, July 13, I
Casey.A the school board: electronicallydiagnosed.
5.308 millage figure is shown, in- Kingsley Mobile Home Gutted Fire.
cluding 1.6 mills additional for the Approved a state funded foreign by ..
state power equalizer formula. A language program for K-3 students.
school district (county) levying 1.6 The young students would be ac- All that remains of Everts Durbans' mobile home on Fire Lane 13 at .
mills above the minimum required effort quainted with Spanish 20 minutes Kingsley Lake is this gutted hull.The trailer was described as a total loss
to participate in the Florida each week Supt. Tom Casey said of and is believed to have started about 5 p.m. Saturday, probably as the
Education Finance Program (FEFP the $8,250 grant to pay one itinerant result of a defective thermostat on a frost-free refrigerator.
will get additional funds above the teacher. Board Member Patricia Kingsley Lake Fire Chief John L. Bradley"hort'Ceh'eda call to the Want to find out what shape your car is in?
regular allocation. Spengler voted against the proposal, scene at 5:04 said thermostats on such refrigerators, if defective, can
Bradford will realize$139 per pupilor saving the basics of reading, writing cause overheating of the unit with resulting fire. Bradley said the You can have it electronically diagnosedfree
some $250.000 extra, which addedto and arithmetic should be stressed refrigerator showed signs of burn inside. The fire started in the kitchen. by Fram/Autolite/ experts. With the
the raised Two gasoline tanks and a fish cooker with a propane gas tank were
$256.000 by the 1.6 mills, above all else with such young
or some $500.000. Supt. Casey said. students. removed from the fire before they hers me hot enough to explode.Durbanis Autolite Technical Service Van, they'll use
The extra state money does not come said to have had no insurance on the property.The the latest diagnostic equipment to check
unless the district levies the last half '.Agreed to pay $1.981 in Florida' o"nerUI not at home at the time of the fire. out your electrical and combustion systems.NO .
mill of the 1.6 mills. 1.1 mills extra School Board Association dues. -
would net the board nothing. E Ylit
Supt. Casey said dollars are included .Approved application for a $43,962 Brooker Meeting REPAIRS MADE
in the budget for repair of leaking grant for education of the handicapped Rescheduled for July 20 THIIRADFORDCOUNTY
roofs and to sustain all current per- under U.S. Public Law 94142.The TELEGRAPH
sonnel. Any new personnel added will grant is to aid handicapped students With three commissioners absent, ,..bll.h.d....fy Ttu/rtdoy.
have to be added to the budget.An beyond the normal. It will supply as Tuesday night's Brooker town .f 1MW. Calltrtt AutoIiIe5rSparkPlugs -
$846,799 fund balance is currently counselor, an additional tramable meeting was rescheduled for Tues- $ .rii.. Florida 32WISxond
shown in the $8.8 million operating mentally retarded (TMR) teacher day, July 20, at 7:30 p.m. FRAM
budget. The uncommitted funds and a third speech clinician, accor- Cloti pattag paid..
reflect the money that is left to the ding to program coordinator Carl Cancer Drive Start.florid. Mark.l.dUy .
board's descretion for salary in- Clark. $1,654 Short of Goal
creases and other action, poipted out .rlptlon Rat":
Supt. Casey. .Approved application for a $1,513 Donation Needed In.....seas$9.00 p.r yar Thomas Auto
Board member Patricia Spengler grant to aid handicapped students Bradford County is still II,654shb rt ".00.1.! month : rall
asked when the board can expect a transferred from state institutions into of its 1982 of for
quota $8,000 the annual -
line item budget. After the personnel public schools said program Coordinator : American Cancer Society Drive, Oultlda tram ;..'$10.00 p.'yaar 1 c. .J '10. 4! g. ,yJ r e.mpJY hl Starke- 9645611'r V I

allocations for each school are ap Carl Clark. says Miss Lillian Stump.So $5.$0 il.monlhi FRIDAY JULY 23rd 9 am to 4 pm
proved Supt. Casey said. The person- far. Bradford residents and
nel assignments were approved laterin -Awarded food service bids of small businessess have given 6345. Brad-
the meeting. wares chemicals, and paper! products ( ford donated $7,643 in 1981.
Business manager Mike Reddish accepting the low bid except in Donations can be mailed to Bradford r
said all the staff was asking Tuesday one case where a supplier was low on County Chapter American
night was to advertise the tentative only one item. Cancer Society. 1199 Bessent Road
budget. Next Tuesday night is set Starke, FL 32091, in care of Lillian y
aside for discussion Reddish pointedout .Closed out the 81-82 budget year. Stump. t r
giving the school: board membersa
lOOK mat asked them not to questionthe
budget too closely with teacher
bargaining still ahead. ztt Ii IiDRAWDY
The staff assignment approved
Tuesday night include a .7 gwdance
counselor and .3 curriculum coor- OuruSpecjal t
dinator for Southside and Starke Ele. C << p
Schools and a lesser percentage for "I


(Bradford Clay.St.Johns)
to work on the ordinance. ,i. tie
E.L. (Gene) Matthews of Starke, a
member of the ,,
Advisory Board to the .. .
Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Assoc., of- 'lake Gs 7a11dtU4u" ., I"" ', ..
fered the association's "

assistance to the county. Special Priced O.," :-qt; ,,", .: l

With the amount of tune spent and Proven Integrity Effectiveness a Leadership 9 ru 9'.
the preparations being made by the from ,
Santa Fe Lake Dwellers' Assoc., it P4fal Ado PMioreyTrutuwN. WmmAMn A
would be a shame for the effort to fail on selected models < .w
because of the lack of an ordinance, 1p.
said Harold Hill. ,"

"It appears there is very little goingon Rolltop Desk
with Georgia-Pacific. That's not ,
the case" Hill said. This dMI Accentuate is
an honesttogoodness -
The some 50 persons present Monday Engine
are just a small portion of those \ roll top. Top slides down for privacy
opposing the peat mining operation.The Parts
like the uncle used.
Lake Dwellers do have the time one your great _
and legal expertise to assist in draw- Sales Roomy storage drawer with antiqued

ing up an ordinance Hill said drawer pull. Recessed bookshelf. Interior
Vice-Qiairman Hart then named
commissioners E.W. Hodges and fitted for stationery. Available in Spanishand 5"

Lawrence, zoning director L.M. NAPA Colonial styles in finishes of Wormy
Gaines to work on preparing the or-
dinance. Hodges said the first matter Chestnut. Country Maple and Dark Pine. It >

would be to consult with attorney Hardy can fit into most any room in your home ((32"wide

Hardy- admitted he does have a )... a MUST for you. f
copy of the proposed ordinance, TotalingineCare I
which be received from Gaines a couple -
of years ago. "Far as I know, $1 6995
nobody has ever told me to do
anything on it." attorney Hardy said.
Hardy admitted be told Matthews a
month ago he'd never seen the pro-
posed ordinance."Is & Saveon
it the one you gave me two Complete Machine Shop Service Compare f.
years ago," Hardy asked Gaines who Cylinder Head. Engine Block. r
replied with a positive nod. Piston and Rod Reconditioning this beautifulHome jfl+
Hill asked when can the Lake {
Dwellers expect to bear something? Disc. or Brake Service

Hodges, the committee chairman, Quality Automotive Parts Desk
declined to commit himself. Allow NAPA Engine Parts ,y.. ,
time to research the problem,Hodges h
asked Hill. Perfect Circle Piston Rings S t_ ,I>tA
"I can certainly see why you peopleare Victor Gaskets $19900PEN .. :
concerned" said Hodges, calling _
work on drafting the ordinance long for ONLY '
overdue. TICCenterStarke: !
"Mr. Hill we'll do our best to have ,
that ordinance by the meeting at the
first of the month," Vice-Chairman Motor MARK FURNITURE
Hart said.Perhaps. 4 r
the ordinance can be

authorized to be advertised at the Parts Co., Inc. 434_ w. lISt_ Starke, n.
August meeting, but adoption will -
have to wait until September Hardy 155 W. Brownie. -964-6060 irJai 964-5826 Established 1923 964.5827
pointed out.

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of five county officials up for Road in Starke, has been director of
re-election this summer now face opposition the Bradford-Union Vocational
since Les Whitehead and Bill Center for ll'/i! years, since it was
Alderman qualified for' the county built He has been in the school
commission and Ted Oglesby an- system here for 23 years. He servedone
nounced for the school board. term as a city commissioner in
Whitehead is challenging one-term Starke. If he wins Oglesby intends to ....
twi Incumbent commissioner E.L. retire from the school system with
(Nook) Norman for his District 2 seat. 281J years experience plus three
Whitehead,. a newcomer to politics, years military experience. .
was a surprise entry. Incumbent Rep. Frank Williams, .
Bill'Alderman, confirming rumorsof D-Crystal Lake is being challenged by !
:,' several weeks, made it official Clay County Commissioner Lee
,. Tuesday when he qualified to opposedtwo Drawdy and Middleburg publisher
','I.. .. term incumbent E.W. Hodges for Jack Mills for the Dist.21 state house N.
Q '. the Dist. 4 Hampton area seat on the district, which encompasses the
county commission.A eastern half of Bradford County,all of
second surprise Tuesday was the Clay, and northeastern corner of Hard Feelings...
announcement by veteran educator St.Johns County. Jerry Johnson of
f Ted Oglesby that he will challenge Orange Park, former aide to Rep. Jon "Nook I'm gonna run. No hard feelings" said Lei Whitehead. right, approaching -
i i 4. two-term incumbent Mrs. Patricia Mills of Duval County,has announcedhe County Commission E.L. (Nook) Norman in the courthouse
Spengler for her District 2 school will make it a four man race in the hallway Monday.Commissioner.
& ; board seat. Sept. 7 first primary. Norman agreed that the two long-time acquaintances will
still be friends after the election.
There is still not even a rumored opponent County Judge George Pierce has
for District 5 school board qualified for election to his first full
i" ,.,, r> member J.T. Parrish. Local politicians term after being appointed. Judge .' .
.tt,.. kl. '_.J. .k." think Parrish might get by. Elzie Sanders is in process of qualify. "T 4'" .
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Qualifying for state and county ing for his first term as circuit judge. ;;
Travis Woods Seeks Second Term... politics ends at noon July 20. The first Sanders was appointed last year urd :
is 7. :1.1.,1
primary Sept.
I 5 commissioner Woods, left, his seek
Group city Travis forks over $240 to a Neither is there any competition in \
second term the Starke council to clerk Neil Tucker.
on city city seats
the city for the three city council \\

,, up for re-election in a Sept. 14
!t ,',. ,, ". .0. primary. City qualifying also ends at
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x .',\ ,.' ,." noon July 20.
f,. t f' t dv I'\'!::>J'' .. .,.t' ; : All three City of Starke incumbent +
:;, commissioners have now qualified for
re-election: Bob Milner Group 1;
r Jimmy Crosby, Group 3, and Travis ( \e
Woods, Group 5.
Whitehead, 58, retired in March
from DuPont and is a newcomer to "\';::{:
politics. He told Norman there is no tI {'r"-.
9 hard feelings. Norman said he 1 Your Choico
wonders in the back of his mind if
there is a a reason for the opposition.The 2 Lb. Beef Liver iO
New River volunteer fire stationis
on Whitehead's property, and will \ t\\1
become his if the county abandons it. \
2 Lbs. Fat Back \
Alderman, 43, a Hampton native
and retired from the Navy, is ownerof

:i late Bradford T.J. Alderman Abstract and Co.grandson, son of the of ft 11. 3 Lbs. Turkey Neck

t the late tax collector and clerk G.W. Jimmy CrosbySeeks $1
Alderman.' Re-election Beef
Ted Oglesby Bill Alderman 0 lesbv. 59, who lives on Bessent To Starke Commission 3 Tripe

Challenges Patricia Spengler Challenges E.W. Hodges << rf M' < > -
For Dist. 2 School Board Seat For Dist 4 Seat r
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Williams Nipped in Rear on Campaign Trail... A' Now Open Fresh Hamburget..99c,

Political campaigning can be dangerous.Just ask Rep. Frank Wiliams, : Under New Management
who opening his bids for re-election by making door-to-door calls in
Orange Park, was attacked by a dog..and bitten In his backside. Formerly Johnson'& Johnson Preschool & Nursery T-Bone Steak 1"
After treatment for puncture wounds by an Orange Park doctor, Located at 202 N. Thompson St., Starke .. .. .. .".. .. IbChucOkLSteak
Rep.Williams went right back to knocking on doors.
"It will take a lot more than dog bites to keep me from discussing issues Now accepting all ages infants and up rl
with constituents," says Williams. "I advised the owner to get a tetanus hot lunch plus morning and
shot for the dog. 198
Williams' misadventures include struck afternoon snacks
campaign being by lightningat
a 1974 Keystone Heights-political rally.-Knocked on his high thigh, the .- ..._. .* Reasonable.rates.. .. ... . or Roast LB. o ,1,
House veteran quickly jumped back to his feet to carry,on his part in the : Complete transportation to and from

-rally.It will be at'least a four'man'. .race. Democratic. i r primary.) .. for Dist. 21 of I. U ....,.." I) school,1'' "' : ; can' r4 to; n7as:: ;,,' :-:11": ', I. 1 ChuckSfeak .. {

the Florida House,which includes the eastern half of Bradford County all Outdoor and Indoor play are s" .F'fj'
of Clay County, and northwest corner of St.Johns County. Educational TV and activities or Roast 69 c
Incumbent Rep. Williams, Clay County commissioner Lee Drawdy activities | &9
Seasonal and
and Middleburg publisher Jack Mills have all qualified for the seat, and ; parties iJ. 1 Okra lb
.::: Jerry Johnson of Orange Park, former aide to Rep. Andy Johnson of A-Music and art w/Bone lb
: Jacksonville, has announced he will run. Special summer fun ::4:,
In addition, Republican Frank Cotton has announced he will seek the
Dist 21 House seat.Tornado. *Lots of T.L.C.I CITY FISH AND MEAT

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nodning'lise a freighttrainV, a"- several y?. '< mooue. homes"r owned by a 'v, ,

'. tornado cut a: of'1 y J"J James);; Lavender said t the tornado r
destruction 'along State4koad'1 *J struck durng a fierce rainfall. It
about four miles east of Lake Butler broke windows in each of the homes ii
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'.., in Bradford County Monday evening.: and felled seven large pine trees. in .
The twister miraculously, !spared the immediate area. -
several occupied mobile homes as it The only tree that ten onto a dwell. ...
felled about 20 large trees, most of ing caused relatively minor damageto
them on the south side of the highway.No Dan Tyler's residence, destroyingP.t'f
injuries were reported. f., ; -
A4. Apparently traveling in a westerly +,Hayes lwent 'outside his 1 r.:(!(.
direction, the storm first touched residence to find'that the twister had .,.
.. down on the south side of the road, tossed a metal utility shed into the ).. '
crossed it and clipped an electric middle of a nearby pond. The sudden '. ,.
,' power pole at its base, then re-crossed .burst of circular winds also moved a h ./ ''i .:t'
.z:: the highway and continued for about a truck camper top owned by his next- ; --:-.. -
::-: half-mile. The storm hit shortly door neighbor,Terry Rittman,a short .... :.f.
i. before S p.m., 'i
distance to the pond's edge. '
;. ,: The only apparent damages on the : 'J
"It sounded like train
a coming,
:: north sideofhe: road were to the :Tr
Mrs. Rittman, who was with her :
: power pole which was left leaning at children ,:!:\ .
inside their mobile home
:' a 45-degree angle balfway across the :.
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';" '. road.,held up by some electric cables 'when the tornado came, said. "Glass :" } 'I''J Y"<: .
= (from their windows) was flying "'i. ,
=_-=.= tha were not severed, and to a utility "
M : shed crushed by a felled tree behind everywhere. 1t ", Y: Ii '( '
::-.::;:- the residence of Wayne Black. Farther west along the south side of .. I
: Black was inside his home with his the highway, the tornado touched .1:.. !f'
'5 mother and his nine-year-old son, down again, felling several tall, thick
:::;: both of whom he said he covered with trees aU around the home of Stanley
-:: a mattress when he heard the storm Padgett. Alone at home at the time, "I
:== approach.But he said the twister probably Padgett said he noticed that it was I switched to a CAT 518
;''::::; had already struck by the time 5:30 p.m. when he realized "a blow" .
:=::=: they had reached their bedroom.The. was about to hit. In less than two "
-; tornado made.a loud roaring noise minutes, it was over, he said.
= that sounded like a train Black said.. Padgett said he stood in his carportand Skidder for more production.
::-- Just down the roadresident of "watched everything fall."

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Members of true K2 r*)>y Lake Property Owners Aoc olion sport bumper,
M>cirr* saying "Id Dr, .!...er S*Ar Kingsfe Laid" "'ttlt temperatures soaring Into

lite u.gf *(+'* ta3w:. v> c uld disagree?

Minerals Are Mined, i\fol Harvested 1 line i*a c folks "ruWwrB Be crt K-7Jey Lake ''

:. The question was raised at Monday's County of land in t.beestern part of Bradford County
'-. Commission meeting as to whether the for the purpose of phosphate mining at some :

removal of peat from the earth is mining or future date. r

"harve.5t1>,g.""as some would-be miners choose: The phosphate mining operation in Columbia
to caB it, : in an effort to avoid
u presumably pay- County was visited by a local committee' of in-
meat of the state severance tax now levied on terested citizens woo after seeing and reading

; minerals extracted from the ground. If about some of the problems being experienced tt

removal of peat is "harvesting," like an as a result of phosphate mining, proposed to the

agricultural: crop: it would be exempt" from County Commission that the county take allpossible :
severance t- If it is 'mined, tike a precautions to protect our citizens
mineral (which it is) it is subject to the tax. It is from similar abuses of the environment
easy to see why would-be miners would) like for
peat, which:: takes thousands of years to form, After long period of inaction interest in the
and is the embryonic form of coal to be considered mining ordinances has been revived, and

a "crop," like watermelons or sweet several months ago. upon request of representatives
corn. of the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association

copies of the ordinances: were obtained
In an internal memorandum, dated August, from other counties and some work done on
1961. the Department of Natural Resources adapting them to the needs of Bradford County

stated its position on peat as follows: However, that is as far as the matter got ;;

"A mineral is defined as any valuable inertor the excessive
Growing impatient over delaythe ,
lifeless substance formed or deposited in its Santa Fe Lake Dwellers who believe they

present position through natural agencies would be most adversely affected by the
alone and which is found either in or upon the turned
peat mining out Monday to fill
soil of the earth or in rocks beneath the soil. the County Commission room in an effort to

"In addition one of the standard texts in the determine why the hold-up. The Commission!

field (of mining). has a section on peat in its responded by appointing a committee to expedite -
listing of the important economic: minerals of the mining ordinance and follow throughon

the world. Tbe U.S. Bureau of Mines upholdsthis its adoption.

view. It defines an economic mineral as The of this has been
"Any mineral having a commercial value., urgency matter !.the pro-ski day. Kktle* pretested Uu*pwtvre*f rau>*verrwitj. The cj press tree,is a rPmaaalol
repeatedly pointed out by the North FloridaRegional cel.rtes ago wbe Ike take scare vast bate etteaded .. ties p.iot far the tree could Dee iproat
The Bureau of Mines also publishes an annual
Planning Council which says that seder water It aiD sa.a1Mh Urfa;. a.d Iw&s. jest &H same al ft did U Dears ago. I
status report on economic minerals in each each county should have its individual mining

state. The chapter on Florida includes peat in ordinance, regardless of state regulations.The .
its listings in the Minerals Yearbook, U.S.

Department of Interior Bureau of Mines." re .. : '7,, ..
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same opinion was voiced by Senator ',, / ; ,'" ..' .." ..:
In conclusion says the DXR opinion: Lawton Chiles on a visit to Starke last summer "-- r:4."..'" .-v_.'!" _"

i "It can clearly be said that geologists consider following his inspection of a proposed .
{ peat to be an economic mineral as a matter phosphate mining site in the Osceola National .if 'f..i.j. '
j of common understanding of the term." Forest Chiles expressed deep concern over the -\...,"'= 4_

proposed peat mining in Santa Fe Swamp and '''''.....-.
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peat. proposed stressed the
importance of State purchase of :1--
ing ordinance. the to this adverse J; -
i swamp prevent exploitationof .. .
| The ordinance under discussion is not a a wetlands area which is of vital importanceto :..' '.;:Ii,

|i "Johnny come lately" measure designed only the Santa Fe and Suw nee Rivers.As .- h "
to to the of in the ..
{ apply proposed mining peat : 4
|! Santa Fe Swamp. As a matter of fact it was the poet says, "A rose by any other name
: born five years ago in 1977 when other mining is just as sweet," and peat mining by any other V r

I i i interests were buying and leasing large tracts name is still peat mining. .. U V '4

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Congressman Don Fuqua's last questionnaire thought there would be no winners in a nuclearwar.
mailed to some 260.000 constituents witha TThis
return rate of about 10 percent, asked the
question: "As a result of last 3 ear's tax reduc. As for the farmers' plight 63.5 % believe that
lion has your standard of living improved?" those engaged in agriculture do not receive a
fair financial return their investment and I
The 83 NO. je.U} gr..p.f backer isstowa ejo>ttg tit water at "\a4ersii's R.trf'al'lh. first public.afb
answers were a resounding %
f labor; over one-third feel that farmers are being oa tae lake. llaoter Br-. lmudt H adterti&ed abrne _trail<<. and MdoaUedl. is rrpoasible for Ibis
Surprisingly % of the respondents replied forced from their lands because the federal ._...
I "Yes. Perbaps they enjoyed the luxury of government is not sensitive to their plight On

i ordering a couple of hamburgers "all the way" the other hand. 53.7 % thought the government .mss bk'rnA tihnttl l
instead of the usual mustard and mayonnaise, should not be involved in farm policy but .} JFt i sLYtA nor 9d dt u" h:
I or maybe they splurged once or twice by get should let the market place determine who sur- County Agents
ting an extra scoop of ice cream on their apple vives and what prices should be paid to farmers
r5nd F q 1 ai tit *
pie as a result of their "tax saving.
and charged to consumers. Apparently this Notebook i r LI, ;..fi:6
I The"tax break" referred to was m % off the 55.7 % had not given much thought to what will

withholding tax tables and would have happen to consumer prices if all small farmersgo .... V
amounted to about $13.50 for the nine-months bankrupt and the nation's food supply is By '

I from October 1 through June 30, the period that grown and sold by a few cold-blooded con _
Bobby .; s;,
; it was in effect. The larger ten percent cut, glomerates.A :

: which became effective July 1, will amount to whopping 93.1 % of those who replied to Taylor' :
about$15 per month on a $20,000 income-hard ___
Rep. Fuqua's questionnaire felt that the VS. 411I' "- iq' (obi t i-
I ly enough to improve anyone's standard of liv- should not curtail its search for alternate and

ing. renewable sources of energy a course on '
t An attractive lam is largely the ., .1 :wr pipas A a ,k"t1W
administration has embarked
which the
Maybe Americans aren't so dumb after all. Reagan ,result d regular cutting at the propernowmg r
When Congressman Fuqua asked his constituents due to pressures from the big oil moguls begot A properly mooed r <
if they anticipated an improved stan- who naturally look with disfavor on competi-lawn i is more vigorous and oil hate r t tThis
dard of living as a result of the additional 10 % tion from any source. Ten or fifteen years from '[ewer disease prat toms- .f

reduction,58.8 % of those replying said no. How now consumers will be paying throught the It is natural' for mart fonts tout
right they are.Apparently nose because of the Reagan adminstration's shortsightedness in not pushing the develop- 'order to lengthen the time benieearatlings.

: ,Americans are beginning to wise ment of alernate sources of energy. ] However. "sc.alpr1M cnn-fwl.a,r rlaaac" c-empJ.t.iLith* auto
lawn the
the plied
can ser iaaiy injure grass. peaceful
t up on some other issues. When Congressman xaiersd KiBJw anmg "**1'1'' '* ta bulnt"'S5
Removal of large of the leaf suits and stiff white
On one thing for sure, the people of the U.S. j portions c-.lbn. WalnwU'i is this ,
t Fuqua asked. "Are you satisfied with the way results in reduced carboAjdraie) cam it photo taken some..,Pan IIJCo.l is, .about where
the U.S. economy has reacted to the economic are overwhelmingly united they want a duetMO.because the leaves are largely it..by

recovery program proposed by the Presidentand balanced budget. When asked "Do you supporta i' responsible; for photosvatbcMs.> ,'---- ------ --. -- -- -
last Constitutional Amendment to require the i Reduced carbohydrates will weaken
approved by Congress year 67.9 %
amount of momturrand fertilizerr
'the turf and allow it to be invaded by
said and 32.1 federal government to live within a balanced ing your turns on the sidewalk or
: no, % yes. reeds and disease and plied differs greatly from one lawn to
injured fry mleets. dmewaShen\ ,
budget an almost unanimous 84.9 % voted Loss of large portions of leaf the next, it is not correct to say that make a wide, turning im the grass
However opinion was pretty evenly split on yes. and only 15.1 % were in favor of letting the nil also cause severe reduction in all bahugrass lawns must be mowedevery than a sharp, sweeping\ arc rather
raptd :160 degree turn.
the question. "Do feel the nation is the 7-10 da\*. Frequency depends !
you on dollars fall where they may root j rtuzome and stolon growth.with Rapid. spinning turns can bruise and
right road for economic recovery?" 50.2 % on how rapnfiy! the lawn is growing tear the turf .
tep.iedyes, and 49.8% said no. Of all those who In his campaign for President twoyears ago ihouM Starting arwd! removing a sharp mower.more than>ou The'rule of thumbis to mow often

did not think the economy is recovering sufficiently Ronald Reagan with his usual flair for catch ;ooe-thard of the leaf surface of dourgrass enough so that not more than in of cuts Avoid euMl mowing. dues w et grass Dry grass,
under Reagan's policies 42.4 % attributed phrases and code words asked Americans, l at a cutting.Mowing the total leaf surface is removed at reduces )the chance not clog of the mower
the sorry state of the high again and again if they were "better off than height is fairly well any one moving. it is desirable to disea:>e-causing organisms spreading and givesa
economyamto four ?" interest rates, and 33.5 % moth you were years ago more pleasing, finished ap-
I iBMdagnttces ceysiagrasses can mow wtn the grass is 23 inches pcaraixe.
federal deficit.A The same question might now be asked I!be mowed at 1/2 1 inch cdstipttkgrase talL If you return from vacation and
again 'I and carpet grass at 1-2 uv the lawn IS fi inches high reduce the Removal[of ,
clippings is amthcrfac
A heavy majority of 61.2 % said they were and if anyone replies "yes", it's bound to be :ohms and St. Augustmegrasses and height gradually through 'eeralmowtcgs tor that merits cnn>idl"raliCin. If the
J unable to save systematically as recommended Mr. Reagan and his champagne unhiding, I bahiagrasses at 2-4 inches There are a few d.y*apart lawn is mowed frequently, the small
J by President Reagan because they need all caviar-consuming cronies. And if the nation's >however, .exceptions to tbese.ArgrrAuw' amount nf clippings may not be
J their money for regular living expenses. poor and hard-pressed middle classes need any 1|guidelines. babta is quite Another factor1 winch c> not as detrimental Short clippings decay
consolation, they have only to heed the words of ;attractive when maintained at 2 inches cnUcal as cutting height and frequency rapidly and usually Ai not contribute
I When asked if feel their and 'rioratine StAngnstinegrass tt. thatch
children will
they Sen. Edward Kennedy at the Democratic is mowing pattern In fcucces&itemowings fnrmahon. However, accumuUliort -
f have as good a life as they have had. 53.6 %, convention in minit: has inch.A been. mamtainedfcausfactonly try vaf>me glee pattern in of excursive amounts of
Philadelphia at 1
i three dtrft't_. Ttws clippings smother
more than half, replied with a pessimistic two will may the lawn con
s no; bigJI mowing hei M is suggested tribute \to thatch
distribute the
mower wear morrnmfarrat buildup and provideaaexcrficr.i
84.7 were concerned about the bad relationship: in shaded areas. Thus mcrecses .
I "President Reagan must love the poor 'for grass > over the Lawn and unnnyve' environment for disease
. i : between: the U.s. and Russia and 67.7 % because lie made so many oj ".emf" ( the leaf area for raolure of. the qcaiiijr of UV rut Abo. to. fir! JUMTts TrHT'f."rc. removal of
i ,the limited fight energy Higher mowIng matirnl.Jll"" wear wen the turf, fry mall clipping> i vkith catcher or
t I fcei&M wilt also benefit a sweeccr is,-' .-..-.....,"-" ......_...A..I.,
J i i iI 1i1i.cr.tJt'auned by pest in- .

Ii ': f 1 _Mewing.v.traCf"W'orftu.fron|ue nry sudfDt'IIUIllre5s.determined" R. -. .. It. ":-.,.
I- :the growth rate of the grass.The raleli' ...
growth will depend In 1L._. t5J ".s. ,

i '..L; '. TIM, :UmMcd Antes has mor radio ttum any ou- .eoontoy w tw ave+ld. __:IemptraUwr--...l mrorlto. RgW and level moolm. Server!a.the< A ,toy OM VOTWC, n .qu v lcnt to 255 with d.ya


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0 On, Tuowlay. June 29, Starke Elks
.0 and Elkettes visited the' Perry Elk
The Social Side Lodge for District Vice President
Warren Harris' official visit to the
Perry Lodge. Members attendingfrom
) q, Starke were: Exalted Ruler
Gladys Mooty Of TheSociety John Warren, Dorothy Cook, J.D.
Doyle, Mr and Mrs. V.A. Nichols
x 1 Editor, Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Mr.
t'r and Mrs. George Domlnianni, and
News : Mr and Mrs. Richard Solze.
964-7608 I On Tuesday. July 6, North District
O 0aylA Vice President Warren Harris of
Lake City made his official visit to the
Live Oak Lodge. Starke Elks and
F- Rlkettes: in attendance were: Exalted
Betty Lou Herndon, Rulef John Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Eddy, Mr and Mrs. V.A. Nichols, Mr.
James R McDonaldPlan
and Mrs Bob Strunk Mr. and Mrs.
Aj Aug. 14 WeddingMrs. Sam Wise, Mr and Mrs. Nealy McConnell -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze,
.Dorothy Herndon of Starke announces
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, Mr and
the engagement!, and ap- Mrs. George Dominianni, and J.D
proathing marriage of her daughter, .
Betty Lou, to James Richard Doyle.At
of the
the July 5 regular meeting
Mi-Donald! son of Mr and !Mrs
Starke Lodge, John E. Collinsworthwas '"' ;
Eugene McDonald of JacksonvilleThe initiated into Elkdom. The next 9Raye

.. wedding is planned for August l regular meeting of the Starke Lodgeis
Church in
14 at
Evergreen Baptist covered
Monday, July 19 a
'.. Lawtey dish supper at 7 p.m., followed by and Micheal Lassiter
Miss Herndon is a 19RO\ graduate of
.: meetings at 8 p.m. All Elks and Elket-
< Bradford High School and is presently of
Winners Pageant
tes are urged to attend.Duplicate
,',\ attending Lake City Community Col
% t : .. lege.Mr/ Catherine Raye Padgett, age four,
: "; '. McDonald is a 1975 graduate of BridgeIda placed in the top ten delegates in the
Forrest High School and is also atten Cuttino PeeWee Division of the 1982 Florida
Shaw and Myldred were
"L.1 L'1 ding Lake City Community College the winning couple at Duplicate State Hemisphere Pageant Finals
.:z J ; All friends and relatives are invitedto Bridge Tuesday night and Margie held June 26 27 in Orlando. Raye
attend. returned home with a 17 karat diamond -
Thomson and Lucile Green were se-
wristwatch, scholarship to the
Angela Andrews cond. a
Bryan Na/worth :;.".""'J1ifI.3' :fi& :':" u "" 'I,, The club plays every Tuesday night Philadelphia School of Theatrical
_n' Paul DiVltoVickyTurnerand "'fJw, at 7 30 p.m. at the Starke Woman's Arts trophy, a plaque and two
Andrews "" Club and all bridge players are invited medallions.On .
Angela July 3, Raye placed first runner-
to at
Paul DiVito Bryan Nazworth itu .: up in the 1982 Florida Firecracker
; in Jacksonville. She
Pageant competed
I Engagement Told '. Did You Know........... in the Tiny Queen Division with

Wed 3 in Methodist ChurchMiss Mr. and Mrs. W.F. "Sonny" Andrews i 30 girls.
July I of Brooker announce the '- Don Hardy returned Wednesdayafter One June 19. Raye competed in the
engagement of their daughter, '" : three weeks in Mayo Clinic and First Annual Master-Little Miss
Vicky Lynn Turner, daughterof father, wore a high neck gown withpeau Angela Kyle, to Bryan Keith Naz- St.: Mary's Hospital in Rochester Firecracker Pageant in Keystone.She .
Janet A. Turner of Starke and d'ange lace over peau de soire worth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. I Minn where he underwent surgery.Mr placed fifth runner-up in the Little
Robert V Turner of Belle Glade, and bodice trimmed in seed pearls with Nazworth of Gainesville.The Ir Miss Division.
Paul Francis DiVito of Belle Glade, satin buttons up the back and on the wedding is planned for Sept. 11 r and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. Raye is the daughter of Greg and
son of Mr. and Mrs. John DiVito of long pointed sleeves with chiffon ruf at New River Baptist Church. '" returned Friday after two weeks in Julie Padgett of Lawtey; the grand-
Largo, repeated their wedding vows fle from the waist to the floor and The bride-elect graduated from Hot Springs, Ark. Mr. Carter was daughter of Harley L. (Johnny) and
Saturday, July 3, at 7:30: p.m. in the around the cathedral length train. Bradford High School in 1979. Mr. there a month. Betty Hazen of Deer Springs Lake.
First United Methodist Church with Her circlet white flower headpiece Nazworth graduated from Eastside I, _,.<-.. Keystone and Everett and Mary
Rev Warren Langer and Father Ed- secured her full length veil appliqued High School in 1977. Mr and Mrs. A.M Thomas of Padgett of Starke and the great-
ward Rooney performing the nup- in lace. She carried a loose field bouquet Betty Lou Herndon Palmetto were weekend guests of grandmother of O.J. (Ossie. ) and
tials. of sonja roses white Queen James McDonald Mrs E.C Dukes. Evelyn Norman of Lawlt').

Christy Johns, organist and Bill Anne's lace and baby's breath.A .
McRae, soloist, presented a programof reception was held at the Starke
nuptial music.Highlighting Woman's Club which was beautiful
the altar were two urn with hanging fern baskets throughoutthe
arrangements of white gladiolus, son- main room and lighted ficus trees .
ja roses, gerber daisies, white fuji in the corners. In the center of the
mums, and jack straw poms. In the room was a large arrangement of :
background were arch, spiral, tree white gladiolus, sonja roses, gerber For a real
and seven branch candelabras with daisies, jackstraw pompoms and .
burning tapers and flanked with baby's breath on a white pedestal.The t
greenery. On every other pew were crescent shaped refreshment ,
aisle candelabras with white satin table held two arrangements of
bows. A unity candle was used. gladiolus, pompoms and daisies on
Ally DiVito attended his brother as glass prisms and a silver candelabrawas money-saving
best man. Ushers were Nick DiVito, on the piano with white gladiolus ;
brother, Eddie Silverburg and Jim arrangements. Joey Herres playedthe '
Maguire. piano throughout the reception.
Miss Kay Turner served her sister The cake table was covered with a
as maid.of honor. Bridal attendants. white Jace.cloth .over satin with -
were Misses Claire and Mandy salmon bows at the corners and two experience
Turner, sisters of the bride and Helen. silver.Candelabras flanked the,.three .
DiVito, sister of the groom.j.Theyi: ;,; tier cake where' the layers were .
were attired alike in salmon chiffon, separated with white Roman ('olumnsand
capped sleeved gowns over taffeta decorated with fresh flowers.
with a soft ruffle from the slightly Cutting the cake were Mrs. J.R. Chas- meet the behind
gathered waist down one side to the teen Mrs. J.E. Denmark Mrs. pros
floor and matching satin sash and silk Wayne Wynn and Mrs. Lee Sparks.
lowers at the waist. All wore matching The two round punch tables on
gold pendants, a gift from the either side of the entrance were
bride. They carried field bouquets of covered with white lace cloths over this
gerber daisies, Queen Anne's lace, white with salmon bows at the corners symbol.
baby's breath and sonja roses. and white ruffle and greenery in-
The bride, given in marriage by her terspersed with gerber daisies around
the glass punch bowls. Presiding at
the punch bowls were Marla Reddish
Miss Wanda Atwood Erica Gruen, Mrs. W.B. Mundy and

Luncheon HonoreeMiss Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. "
Mrs. Carl Riherd kept the bride's
Wanda Atwood whose mar- book. Assisting in serving were Mrs. 1 Ii.- Ni .
riage to Doug Reddish will be an Betty Anne Phillips Mrs. Ann God- .
event of Aug. 7, was honored at a lun- win, Mrs,Joan Chitty, Mrs. J.B. Godwin -
cheon Saturday given by Mrs. John ,Mrs. G.B. Flynn,Jr., Mrs. Maxie
Miller. Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Mrs. I Carter. Jr 'and Mrs. Linda Johns. ',' ,
Randy Johns at the home of the latter Passing out rice flowers were Leigh ,l' <
at KrgsleyLake, r" Ann Odom and Alisha Gruen.
1fI- '-cl-.'fbt1 bride's table In the dining room.. The bride is a 1973 graduate of : { .. f
'fwaqff'covered iwith a white em.> Bradford High School; graduate of St. f;; r FPI3WAThWIS:
brotdcred catwork cloth and"centered Johns River' Junior College and -
pitman arrangement of summer graduate of the University of Florida .
Dowers Two smaller tables in the livjrig' and is presently teaching in the Palm ;;:: : PRODUCTS PROGRAMs
room .were' covered with embroidered Beach County,School System. ,
cloths and centered by car-. .The.groom is a graduate of St. .( .
nations. Bridal place cards marked Petersburg Catholic High School anda I : I I
the seating arrangement the 14 graduate of Springhill College in
guests which included the honoree's Alabama. He is presently with Farm
mother, Mrs. J.C Wynn and the pro- Credit Service, in Lake Worth. 1ti'
4 spective groom's mother, Mrs. Drew After,spending time with their inf
.. Reddish. \ guests Mr. and Mrs. DiVito left for a v ,
Out-of-town guests were Miss Jewel trip to Freeport, Bahamas.After July I.,,I':,
Hartley and Mrs. Robin Fowler 10 they will be at home in Lake Worth. k-t .
Jacksonville, Mrs. George Conti and
Mrs. Mim Rau of Keystone Heightsand
Mrs. Roy Hall of Swan Lake.
The hostesses presented the ,
honoree with a dinner plate to her Stephanie Sellers
chosen china pattern and a corsage as Celebrates Birthday
a memento of the occasion.
Stephanie Sellers celebrated her
sixth birthday Tuesday, June 29 from
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. when her parents,
Showers For
Stork Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Sellers gave a
Darlene HardeeMrs. sprinkler party for her. s .
Darlene Hardee honoredat The 11 children enjoyed playing in professional contractor or dealer displaying several hundred dollars towards the cost of having

a baby shower Thursday was, July 8 the served sprinkler hot dogs after, chips which, cake they and were ice this sign is participating in FPL's Watt-Wise an inefficient water heater modified or replaced
given by Luke Kelli Luke Lynn Whaley cream. The refreshment table in the Products Program with a solar water heater, water heating heat ,
at the Heilbronn Baptist
yard was covered with a floral print '
Fellowship Hall. cloth and centered with a Bambi The program consists of four financial incenpump or heat recovery unit.

summer The Hall flowers was gaily, and decorated baby with ornaments decorated birthday cake. tives designed to help qualifying customers make Solar Film Incentive. FPL will l pay up to $150

Ice cream, cake and punch Marilynn Assisting McGee were and Mrs.Connie Ricky Colston.Mott, their houses more energy-efficient and use less towards the cost of having solar-reflective film''

were served to the guests.awardedto Games Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. electricity. installed. This helps reduce air-conditioning costs.
prizes were
were played and
Sellers and daughters, Stephanie
Dana Whitaker, Gloria Hatcher, Emily left for a five day trip to the Ceiling Insulation Incentive. FPL will pay It's that simple And that profitable to you.

and presented Amanda Smith.to Mrs.A Hardee baby strollerwas by the Smoky Mountains. up to $300 towards the cost of having ceiling For more information about the Watt-Wise

hostesses. insulation installed. Products Program and how to obtain a list; of participating -
Mrs. Walter P. Luke, mother of the
honoree was present for the occasion.On Cooling & Heating Incentive. FPL will pay dealers/contractors, call the Watt-Wise

Vacation Bible SchoolAt up to several hundred dollars towards the cost of Line at 18004326563. (Weekdays 9-5))

Church of God having an older air conditioning system or heat The Watt-Wise Products Program. Another .h

Monday, June 23, Mrs. Hardeewas Vacation Bible School will be held replaced. way we're working hard at being the kind of ,
honored at a baby shower- July 19-23 each night from 7 to 9 p.m.at pump '
luncheon at the Department of the Starke Church of God. Water Heating Incentive. FPL will pay up to power company you want. > ;'
Transportation office In Gainesville.The There,will be classes for nursery ,
Field Operations break area thru youth; with the theme being "
'was decorated with crocheted baby "God Speaks We Listen" ''

items. An appropriate cake centeredthe There will be refreshments served {
table. each night, and a closing program for ; "t.7,. 1'
Mrs. Hardee was presented with a the parents on the last night, July 23 ': J
made of items. at 8 -
cordage baby Twenty p.m. FPL
employees enjoyed the occasion with The church extends a warm hand of 1
Mrs. Hardee and presented her with welcome to anyone wishing to attend. ,
many useful gifts Walter F. Mont, pastor. I

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\ \ \ ? Sherill Austin and James Glover III Come Together Day

Set for July 3-24, '
\ Wed.June 9.in Double-Ring CeremonyMiss RJE Complex tAt ,

Come Together Day 1982 will Open
I",1 1i"r Sherill Evon Austin, daughter'of Friday evening, July 23, at the RJE
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Austin, Sr. ot Complex with a social hour starting at
I t I 1, i Lawtey and James Glover: III, son of 6:30: p.m.,followed with a variety program
Mr. and Mrs. James Glover, Jr. of at 7:30.Featured: .
.... ,' Weirsdale were united in marriageJune on the program ,will bespeaking
19 at 4 in reciting and
19'" p.m. Macedonia singing,
Freewill Baptist Church in Lawtey. musical groups for all ages.
The Rev. Jonathan Butler performedthe The two-day observance ,will con-
t.is; nuptials at the candlelight double- tinue on Saturday July 24, with a
( "." ring ceremony. Family Recreation Day from 12:30: to
tnr Highlighting the altar was an arch 6:30, also at the complex, 1080 N. Pine 1
decorated with spring flowers and St.,Starke. Games, Including Softball, 1k
< fern. On each side of the arch were baseball, and other sports will be k

two ferns marking the pews'with 5 ., featured in the outdoor activities.A .
white satin bows with streamers.: ; ay', dinner will be given Saturday in Melissa Norman
Blue and pink carnations and white honor of Senior Citizens, but aU,ages
daisies carried out the colors of the are invited to attend. 'Norman
Melissa ,
rainbow wedding. At the close of the Come Together Day is sponsored by
ceremony the unity candle was the Concerned Citizens of Bradford Jeffrey SmithEngagement'Told'
lighted by the bride and groom. County, Inc., who hope it will be so :
Willie Mae Randolph, pianist and successful that it will become an an-
t Cynthia S. Ross and Mary B. Palmer, nual event to be enjoyed every year.. Mr. and' Mrs. 'MarcUS' Norman of
: ..'",,. ." soloists presented a program of nuptial The general public is invited. Starke announce the engagement and
music. Lois Moore and Rennie approaching marriage of. their
Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Lennon sang a duet. The Bradford County Chapter of the daughter,Melissa Suzanne,to Jeffrey
RegisterCharlene Given in marriage by her father the NAACP will kick off its annual Lynn' Smith, son'' of Mr. and 'Mrs.
: Beam and Charles bride wore a wedding gown of ivory I'', Jf ? y1 membership drive with a service on Audrey Smith of Raiford. '
If Register silk and lace with appliqued standup July 18, 1982, at the old RUE gym, at The wedding is planned for Noy. 26
collar' and ruffle front of the dress w ,I It 7:30.: Rev, F.D. Richardson will be the at 7 pm.: in Grove Baptist Church
Repeat Vows June 26 in First BaptistMiss bodice. Floral appliques decoratedthe t guest speaker. with a reception following in 'the
long fitted ruffle sleeves and satin "We are asking every one to come Fellowship Hall. ,
covered buttons fastened the cuffs out and support our local chapter.We Miss Norman is'' a Bradford High
and Chart
Charlene Beam s family pews.e and back of the bodice. A wide appli hope to see you there," Rev. Richar- School graduate and Is employed byWendy's
of Starke Mr. attended his
I Leon Register both wer Register son asZ8
lace the said. '' and Starke Recreation
full F
qued edged skirt which C i.l son .
best Ushers Lennardh
united in marriage Saturday, June i, man. were g\
in First Churc Register, III and Steve Register, to a long train. Her Department.
at 7 p.m. the Baptist
scalloped veil was trimmed with : Mr. Smith is'a graduate of Union
th brothers of the Charlie Green ,A
with Ben e
Rev. Bryant performing groom
flowers of lace and seed High School and is in con-
pearls to County
Jay Godwin, Paige Hatton and John Thornton '
nuptials.The .. match her gown. She carried a bouquet .:, II Mary struction work.
of R.lI
bride is the daughter Cooper.
Carl Coxwell) local invitations will be issued
I Beam of Jacksonville and Mrs. Bal'- Mrs. Donny Wise, the bride's sister, of colored carnations and baby's ..' No
bara Wolford of Thibodaux, La. Th e served as matron of honor. Bridal at- breath with colored streamers. To Wed Aug. 7 but all friends and relatives are in-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Le i- tendants were Kathy Register, Carla Elaine Sherman of Lawtey, cousinof vited to attend.
nard B. Register, Jr. of Starke. Register, Becky Tilley, Tammys the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. Mary M. Thornton of Raiford
Mrs. Mona Canova organist, Mis Baldree, Tammie Johnson andd Bridesmaids were Cathy Diggs,nieceof and Carl Carlton Coxwell of Did You Know......,...,
Beth Francis, pianist, and Bill Floy, Suzette Rodrigue. They were attired the bride, Camella Johnson of Zephyrhills will be united in marriage Mr. and Mrs. Maes and
soloist alike in dresses with Jacksonville, niece of the bride,Joyce Saturday, Aug. 7, at 7:30: p.m. in the Tony
and Mrs. Kathy Green, :s i, pale pink, long daughter of Chester, 111. and Ronnie
of nuptii il fitted waist accented with accordian Glover of Weirsdale, sister' of the Full Gospel Church.All
presented a program and Michelle Eggers of Jacksonvillewere
and Ann Bothwell of Mr. and Mm. James Glover HI friends and relatives are invitedto
music. pleats, qiana lace bodice, boatn groom attend. last week guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Highlighting the altar rail was a neckline and butterfly sleeves. Theyo Weirsdale,sister of the groom.Junior Artie Hope, Jacksonville and Jimmy B.J. Eggers.
arched candelabra flanked by tw carried pink and burgundy silk springh bridesmaids were Tara Austin and Diggs, Starke, nephew of the bride.
spiral candelabras entwined wit flowers in white wicker baskets. Evelyn Aldridge of Lawtey. Flower Ringbearer was master Sherman
fern. White wicker baskets filled wit h Amy Beam, niece of the bride,serv- girl was LeKeisha Austin,niece of the Ross, cousin of the bride.A .
pink and burgundy silk flowers, ril ted as flower girl and wore a pink bride. The attendants carried pastel reception followed on the lawn of BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTSNOW
bon,lace and fern were placed at vatage idress and carried a white wicker colored carnations with ribbons in the bride's parents home. Focal pointof
points on the altar rail. The ra 11 basket with rose petals. Christopherh colors to match their floor length the bride's table was a four tiered TAKING APPLICATIONS!
and Unity candle were entwined wit Wise, nephew of the bride, was ringe gowns. wedding cake decorated with yellow
i fern. Ribbons and fern marked th bearer and carried a heart shaped Emmery Hope of Fort Myers was and white daisies and topped with a Orangewood ApartmentsP.O.
ring pillow with white streamers. best man. Ushers were Lonnie bride and groom. Punch and nuts BOX 146
The bride, given in marriage by her Johnson, Jacksonville and Ronnie were served followed with a barbecue
father, wore a white chantilly lace Austin of Chicago, 111., brothers of the cookout where champagne was serv Starke, Florida 32091
1 Brenda Boyer, gown with high neckline with chapel bride. Groomsmen were Martin
Clarence KroppEngagement train lined with taffeta. The gown Glover, brother of the groom, ed.After spending some time with their
Told featured a pleated chiffon inset down Weirsdale, Mike Copeland, Tam a. guests the couple left for a trip to the 1,2. and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat

the front of the raised waist. She wore Bahamas after which they will residein and air; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes; stove and.
I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas of pearl earrings,a gift of the groom anda BIRTHSLola Jacksonville.The '
Starke announce the engagement of pearl necklace worn by the groom's bride received her B.S. degreein refrigerator.
their daughter, Brenda Lee, to mother and his brother's brides on Education from Edward Waters For informationApplicationContact
Clarence Kropp, son of Mr. and Mrs. their wedding days. Her chantilly Marie Piggott College. She is employed by the Clay : Orangewood ApartmentsEqual
Clarence Kropp of Tamaqua, Pa. scalloped cap secured her finger tip Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Piggott of County School System. The groom
Miss Boyer is a graduate of Tama- veil trimmed with chantilly lace. She Starke, announce the birth of a received his B.S. Degree in business c/o TraCy'Balr, Manager
qua High School in Tamaqua, Pa. Mr. carried a white lace trimmed linen daughter, Lola Marie, born July 8 in administration from Edward Waters Opportunity Housing P.O. BOX 146
Kropp is a member of the National handkerchief, a gift from a very dear Shands Teaching Hospital. College and Is employed by Taco Bell Starke, Florida 32091
Guard. friend. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Inc. -
The wedding is planned for June 18, The reception was held in the Mrs. Robert Piggott of Starke.
1983. church fellowship hall which was
..- fr decorated with arrangements of ; tJoshua Mark lodge* la
.," and burgundy silk flowers and fern, Mark and Tonya Hodges of Hamp \\ 'i' a .... .Hv ....
.Ne 1
\" I 'ton1' Lake'announce thtf'bMM) of the + '\\\t. pJ i !f ay 9ffT
110' P d1iN 'niJH n)dggl2
Strawberry Swingers' Mrs'Joan: Chitty greeted the guc'st at' 1''F'1T, gm. .., ,
the door and Mrs. Mary Anne Tillman son--Joshua+! Mark, 'born-.July' 8 "at
Have Outing kept the bride's book. Alachua General Hospital. '
Paternal grandparents >are E'.W,
The tables were covered with white
Melvin and Barbara Prevatt were
satin cloths. The bride's table and Lucy Hodges of Hampton Lake. .
hosts to the Strawberry Swingers at a Notice of'Tax
Maternal Mr.and
grandparents are
centered with a four tiered wedding )
swim party, dinner and dance last
Mrs. William Patrick of Lawtey.
cake accented with flowers of the
Saturday at their home on Violet
wedding colors and topped with pink Paternal great-grandparenls are
Lake, Interlachen.
Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins of
satin bells. The cake cut
wedding was
The enjoyed swimming,
group Hampton and Mrs. Ruby Hodges of Increase .
and served by Mrs. David Smith and
horse shoes and dancing, .
square Mrs. Ron Walker. Brooker. ,.. .. ... .
followed by a barbecue chicken buffet
dinner. Mrs. Jim Locke served chocolate ;r. .
Enjoying the affair were Jerry Bar- cake at the groom's table. Holly Renee liunsinger : ... ;
rett, caller and Mickey Barret, Curtis Presiding at the punch and hors Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Hunsinger of lwn 'J;i'' "d.t
and Velmarie Edwards, Mac and d'oeuvers tables were Mrs. J.T. Jacksonville, N.C. announce the birthof .' ','.:::1:;" {M 'IelJ )9 ui'
Carol Baldwin, S.G. and Ernestine Prevatt, Mrs. Mike Hartley, Mrs. a daughter, Holly Renee, born May i, ? gnilat
Denmark Gareth and Beckie Jones Rick Stephens,Miss Jenifer Nix,Miss 25. She joins a sister, Angel Melisse, '.u '''/ -KMigiJoiriJqJ 1
and sons,Don and Penny Brace,Jack Mary Wright, Mrs. Sonny Tenly, Mrs. age 3. :w V A :.nijioolTJvy r iinyom a no baiioTlxemil : .
and Margie Tomblin, Terry and Charles Baldree, Mrs. Carolyn Maternal grandparents are Mr.and P \ ? srlT 9''rr JuaUosrmc'J:
Delores Dalstrom, Jeanette Taylor, Mrs. Jim Duncan, Mrs. Mrs. Bill Johnson and maternal 11 9111 1'.11 "In/.llq J!tnvi'iq 140 gilt s 2;
Hamilton, Paula llaganes and Jeff Michael Sexton, Mrs. Jerry Lawson, great-grandmother is Mrs. Grace nJ w)lf'19A Ji 'fins Ilia bna atstm 1
Jones. Mrs.Jimmy Crosby,Sr. and Mrs. Bob Brown, all of Starke. onslq duo 'ii

Cooper Pink: .satin roses filled with bird Mrs.Paternal Rodrick grandparents Hunsinger of are Starke.Mr. and The Bradford County'Scmol ?B c' i tl :D i trim !

seed and pink and burgundy rice bags ;y iuo boa bmir' II llaiv oj ,.a'l' .yilivv! .

Joint Celebrated Birthdays Saturday and were Dama passed Walker.to the guests by Kathy Mr. and Sarah Mrs.Amada Robert Clark Clark of will soon consider a 'measure a't*) its rase;it t f ?

After a wedding trip to the moun- Orange Park announce the birth of ul smij ni + ( bijs nd"1s1asM
H.A. Lawson, who was 80 years old tains of North Carolina, Tennesseeand daughter, Sarah Amada born a perty tax levy by elr'ce'rit oa ol nsJnuH wrtqgJS lUf
July 1 24.45 Jf : ;
on July 9 and Joey Jordan,who was 29 ]
Kentucky the couple will reside in in St. Vincent's Medical Center. She ,,, a gmaJ of 31 qoonT aid {nag0An

Saturday years casions old at on noon a July family at 6,the celebrated birthday H.A. Lawson the dinner oc groom move Starke to until New will August Orleans attend 4,when La.the where they Baptist will the i\I one-half joins two and brothers Adam, ,Billy age,one age and two one-and increase of '13'r-i u 'bnt Yr: a q }tWd t;

home. Seminary.The half.Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Annie M ( ;> 'n1 5d1 ae hT9V9 { 0

and Attending Kitty Yates were of Elizabeth Lake Wales Lawson, Mr. graduates bride of Bradford and groom High are School.both I]:Maternal Overstreet Depew of Starke. state law in order to re jv4 $6,735: nNstateihi
great-grandmother is Mrs.
and Mrs. Bill Morar of Panama City The bride attended Santa Fe Com- ;Sarah :: nooM tin .21M boa .v9H srt'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson and munity College and is employed by 'Windemorelocks Cumberlidge, Conn. of education grants. \ n1' j 'c'' O.k ir imori 'is n9iDl I 1|
Mr. and Mrs. Hughs Register of Davis, Monk and Farnsworth and Co. ta:)

dan Tallahassee, Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Joey Mrs.Jordan Joe Jor-and The University groom of is Florida a May with graduate a Bachelorof of the Did You Know.......... All concerned citizens are invitedjto: :a pulrl rilnrl;
Dr. and Mrs. Bill Aust of Like Oak Arts degree. He is presently Burge Searing of Atlanta, Ga. spent / I

and Starke Mr.and and their Mrs.families.Andy Jordan of First employed Baptist as Church Minister of Starke.of Youth at the Earl weekend B. Searing.with his mother, Mrs. hearing on the tax increase to be heldyo: u'Juio; ;

Engaged Couple '1982 at 7 p.m. at the School Board Offices 582


Party North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.

The'' Green Acres Neighborhood CLINIC ,j //.1'
honored Wanda Atwood and Doug A DECISION on the proposed tax increase
Reddish,-Aug. 7 wedding couple, at a

Saturday pool party night and at covered the home dish of Mr.supper and SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE will be made at this hearing. \ \ '. ::0' ,

Mrs. Drew; Reddish. ,
from the .
.The 45 attending .. ," I. '
neighborhood:enjoyed swimming in ; This figure represents a DECREASE in millage/1/:::: "
the pool in the afternoon and buffet ,.;'
BACK PAIN 2&5r2fi WHIPLASH {'" ";
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tie and -t". "
supper on patio porch during "' ,' t < ; ''I'
the evening. 't '
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I SHOULDER PAIN Unf IN ARMS OR HANDS : ,' ,''.. : 1 '. '.. 'C i- :
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: Renee Williams : I i
(MIGRAINE) ril WORKERS COMP : : .- I I" ,I lt! tai 1J4 I
: Klm'Bednarskl :>1 ",(.j.. ." <;h.
I Married t.b20 PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS ., .. ', : I" ': ",' : ')i.:1 ," ,
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: Mr. a'tid Mrs; Lysle Williams of MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY S'.ii /12) .' / "$ "(

riage Hampton of;theirfdaughter Lake announce, Renee the mar-, to CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED ,, rm.t.f'. ..K. ",z, .;jJ.J.Cl"r11,1'. ', i' .

j, Kim Bednarski of Madison; Wis., and .. .. I'o;:t ''-,,t" .' ", ',1;) ,
"Th Doctor of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine, ; u c q"
Satellite The wedding Beach.took place on Feb. 20, But Will Interest His Patients In The Care Of The Human :. .,\;. ,f-' :",:". ::.:':. ." :" \ : Thomas L. Casey".'J: ,,.". I

in Folkston, Ga. Frame In Diet And In The Cause Sc, Prevention Of Disease"T. .. r.. "
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Mrs. Bednarksi Is graduate of EDISON 1.

Bradford High School and attended .. Superintendent of Schoolsi t
i the University/ Florida. She is cur 24 Hour Emergency Answering Service .,"J.'"_ k' ( Y',' \.

,!, rently Gainesville'ernfgydji. 7 a. bookkeeper' in l\1onday.thru Friday 8:30 to'6 Saturday, 9 tp2 '. ,.>.. ., .!"' 'I". .< >
Mr. BtdnarMtl'' is attending the 1 .
I University of Florida as a pre-law student 473.3604 1Pagi
1\1r.4HMt, Mr*. Bcdnarskl are livtng DM. W.C. IATON
in Clamcsv'llc. D*. lOUNiTTI EATON HWY 21 N.


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?t.". Did You,,' krlo. I-. .- -" .. .. ,..."r.,'. a .. .. .,: .,j'..t' I .'. ,", ." .' .. ..
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Michael Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran were James and Scott Miller and David Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson and
Y' Lawrence Todd left June 28 for basic granddaughters ,Alescia' Odom Fourth of July weekend guests of Kiesow of Jacksonville
f'' 1 ; 1rk and were last Mrs W.T. Jackson were In Chat-
training at Fort Dix, N.J. Mike. ..Kerry DeWitt, of New, Port Richey Capt. and Mrs. John Myers at Te- Wednesday to Saturday guests of Mr. tanooga, Tenn. Friday to Wednesday
enlisted in the National Guard in: returned after questa. and Mrs Miller. James
Saturday two weeks George and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson.
Starke to train in Army Fuel and, camping trip to the World's Fair and David played in the golf tournamentin They picked up their daughter
Electrical Systems Repair School at Mr. and Mrs. James H&rdee and Lake and Mrs. Miller
Lexington Kyi Alescia is remainingwith City was one Melissa and Priscilla who had been
Aberdeen Proving Grounds! Md. her grandparents for the sum- son, Chris of Leesburg spent the of the spectators. Scott is remainingthis visiting the Jacksons for a week.
Mike Is a 1982 graduate of Bradford mer. weekend with her parents, Mr. and week with his grandparents, Mr.
High School. Mrs. Frank Mitchell. Chris remainedfor and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. M.R. Judd returned Tuesday
fI f Dr and Mrs. H.C. Bowers and the week. of last week after 10 days visit with
I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kandel of Fort
I daughter, Allison of Fort Lauderdaleare Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Messmore and her son-in-law and daughter Mr.and
Lauderdale were weekend guests of visiting Mr. and Mrs R.G. Paterson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doscher of daughter, Laura Lynn of Washington, Mrs. John Stringer and daughters in
/ their daughter and family, Dr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Marty Gotta Largo were weekend guests of her D.C. and Michael and Allen Green of Pleasant Hill, Ala.
'r, I Mrs. Harry Gruen. this week. Mrs. C.S. Bowers of Fort brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Memphis, Tenn. visited Mrs. Ida Lee
:, Lauderdale has spent the past three Mrs. Jerry Moran at Kingsley Lake. Plummer and Mr. and Mrs. M,F.
< i Barney McRae has returned alter weeks with her son-in-law and Hazen last Friday Lauria Goldwire of Fort Lauderdale
10 days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ira daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Pater-v Mr. and Mrs. Allen Woods and Is visiting her grandmother,
Lori Ann Garrity Wells at Gulf Breeze. son. family of Lake Wales visited Mrs. Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire for two weeks.
'. Lawrence Whitney Linnie Woods on Sunday.

'! Lori Ann Garrity,

Lawrence Whitney


Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O'Connell HURRICANE
J announce the approaching marriage
of their daughter, Loria Ann Garrity, r
;J to Sgt. Lawrence H. Whitney, son of ll.
: ,Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Whitney, all of
"..Starke. {: ) ) SEASON
The bride-elect is also the daughter ; f
of the late Robert H. Garrity, of
.:, Girard,Ohio.:
.,: Miss Garrity is employed by Holi- ///4P BE PREPARED. ,
day Inn, Starke and the prospective
'. groom is in the United States
r Marines, stationed at Camp Lejeune,

July 25 wedding will be held at
: the First United Methodist Church, CRYSTAL aVN/0LANTERN
Starke, with Rev. Warren Langer officiating I DISTILLED BATTERY MASKING >
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After a honeymoon in St. Augustinethe i1E I fVDY .
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./!.t membership Steven Futch in the has American been elected Society to I."c. 1 09 I \' ':..1'J' ,.,. GRAN PRIX tM/FM I

i.! of Notaries, a national nonprofit TYPES s ....................... FLASHLIGHT I-
organization of people who held the ., Price reflects 25 cents off label Limit *52VBP EVEREADY"C" RADIO I
I office of notary public. Mr. Futch is a or "D" BATTERIES 440 Reg. 39.99 l l.... ; 1

t. licensed Funeral Home funeral and director the director for Jones of I MITCHUM 1139 i Rp.1.79 24"COMMANDER I .m I
4I 119
Jones Convalescent Service, both ROLL-ON S.la
located in Starke. Prtc.d .""... .. -
Miss Linda Kay Bakken is visiting 1.5-OZ 2 TYPES 1II1 I
". relative in Breckenridge, Minn. and Limit 1
\ Wahpeton N.D. for two weeks. 149" -. LISTERMINT ) ADORN
'\ Mr. and Mrs. Marion Langston of LESS MFR.'S --f 00 WHEATAVIMS
/ MAII REBATE* I 24-OZ. 69
'F Columbia, S.C.are visiting Mrs.Dolly I 9-0Z.
.i 5.29
.\: Spiers this week. i/C Sale Priced' ...... .... ..'f Reg. .3 99 TYPES .. ..189

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/. By C.E. "Sue" Davis NEW ANTACID ; LOTION _" MASCARA I "u" i 1

., Phone: 485-1344 EQUAL 09 I 15-OZ. ; -1 2TYPES t l''
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.'''-. f9MtergbrBrookr'r'-" -. "- LOGif' AL)1n f -- t"I"1-OZ.-LIQUID ....... Sale Priced...... Reg.2.75 .... U .'
4 'Take-Northern Trip' t E'Q1 Ji!! Compare ti91vf&alo-4art'. cjr ,.. .,,-, ,Prtoe.redacts 35 cents ;S; .. Price reflects 75 cents
'4j The Stephen Hunters, along with SWEETENER Limit 1 off labeL Limit 1 oil label Limit 1 i. .11
,'!'t. iughter Charlene and sister Jean, 50 PACKETS :5" ,
,:f'packed bags and headed for a much
needed vacation to the states of Con- i
"necticut and Massachusetts where l SCHRAFFT'S -...
:,,"-they enjoyed visiting friends and I r CANDY PARSONSIrl
relatives of Mrs. Hunters for two I ASSORTMENT """OIWP'. .- REDWOOD & ALUMINUM '
.. .weeks. Reg. 61* ... ; !
A highlight of the visit was when the ...-' LAWN l I ','
,.Hunters wined and dined her father, 0 ? /88* : FURNITURE I. ::3 TABLESrn :
Lawrence LeMite at New England's'oldest R 1 CHAIR R.g.1UII \ a1'': 'l .
: restaurant in Woodbury,Conn, IR Limit \.I" : I:1
father's day. IVORY 1599 !
They visited local attractions that I LIQUID I ASSORTED 4.00 ,
Juded the Mystic Sea Port,and old CHAISE
whaling village on the coast and a DETERGENT CANVAS AUTO SEATCUSHION I
itkp through the Wiliam Gilletts castle 0 TOTE BAGS 29 99
perched on a mountain overlooking Reguler 4.99 Regular 3.99 a.
'',the Connecticut river. The climax I49 88 Sn. 10.00
,/was\ a trip by private plane for theHunters 299
and Bill and Sally Asenica in
ir cub plane for an aerial view of Price reflects 20 cents!! off 6'I)
\ On their r ; ''' .
tit JfisMCtoppeS i miCharfet1C)II J e't.rnLh./i I '
ville, Va., to visit a friend and tour LADIES' MINUTEWAX JI

bomaiLJefferson M.\Jl Homec>.f4j11,'rmj C ,.:.' R'A CROSSBAND SWINGER "GOTT.. ,

.1i'! a,. hen onward home in time forut / .- SANDALS GRILL ICE CHEST WJ I CAR WAXRegular :
: ,' i .. II'" II 3838 2 COLORS L\ Reg. 11I.911 1I-QT.Reg.22.95 S 99 wr
Master Stephen Hunter to ac- IIIID (_'L : ril/ Reg. 1.00 save 2.00
99 iCrf
I'c I pany his Troop SIS to Camp 1 899 4 ,
nds near Melrose for a week. The 699 3999
19 pfen fenjoyed a sun filled week\tLearnt 11 r :L -= r r -'"
mrtit badges and !1nany events as "Goldrush". and. RYOBI SX3
'',.. ...J de93'9wJel..Marathon: .-'- J ,,11"1 :n (, ,w 1 DIGITALM TABLE 12"x 16"TOP i RRFRIDER REEL&ROD /1

fi }The Rev. and Mrs.Andy Moon and 1 'iJI! : 1W '11 MATTRESS ,
L children are home after 10 days inS .g'rype 1"99'' / Reg. "..99q ; \ Reg. 12.99 I
North Carolina and Virginia. Rev. nNf N 88 21'98 '
.Moon attended the five day pastor 1 J.. 10 MV, _
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conference hed.( at mars Hill while in .
Carolina 2 pc ceramic
North and the family visited rod
friends and relatives in Bedford. I guided
Enroute home, they stopped in Spr- KORDITE H
ingfield, Va., for a visit with friends III SYLVANIA ,;,,' ? I K & S 22-INCH CRICKET I
and reunion of couins of Mrs. .. r II nor d't.I SIDE BAG LIGHTERS
"' ; BOX OF 15 33-OAL.,
Moons. two days sightseeing N I
They spent ...
'. at our nation's capital, visiting LIGHT BULBS ; J.
4;many of the historical buildings. I OO. 75 100 WATT Reg. 1'49 I I'':i 1299 _""9 ;_" ,_l /88c II! liii /
*David Carlson joined the Moons on snwwit'I 15, MOWER
i their return trip and will remain for a WESP1Reguler
t few days before meeting his parents 2/99 ; 1 Limit 2 229.99 Limn
dn HardyvWe S.C. ,;, 88
"J;. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marshall and I Limit.2 packs 1 179 I
son, and Mr. and Mrs. James + X 50' VINYLGARDEN ATARI'
.;McGraw of Woodbury, Ga., and Mr. % :
';and Mrs. Frank Grubbs and children HOSE ASTEROIDS! ...._. I'I
of Thomaston, Ga. were the weekend D501 Reg. .a Sw.31.96 I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Polk. ATARI
I.Beatrice' Williams (Mrs. Polk's 99 2999
mother) of Floria City,Ga.,is visiting GALAXY I
her daughter for a few days. OSCILLATING
.% Randy and Ronnie Stalnaker of 9-INCH FANa2ts1 _
Tampa are vacationing with theri KEYSTONE 110
< aunt, Mrs. A.B. Adams and her son, Reg. 21.99 Seve 5.00 II OSCILLATING Irl
Bobby and daughter Ginger at the POCKET
Shack" the Suwannee CAMERA '
"Sugar on fIjffJ 'I
%tRiver this week. 11699. III 669 R.g. XR-33

Mrs. Elaine Mott O'Hern was 1799 rc -: R.g.13.99

,group honored of at friends a stork last shower Tuesday given night by ins a I 999 : o'c: '.. ;' '''.:.:.","

the fellowship hall of the Baptist
Church. A nursery theme was used / .
"through out the room with the refresh- \
. 'white cloths and decorated with pink:, ;
land blue at Various points of interest.,

..<'- The hostesses v..ere Edith Eckerd's Pharmacy Service. 'I mm
-Melvin, Donna Marsh, Dolly Harrell. Eck.rdPh.rm.clst.eh'ghly-t'n.dporesslon.'s.wt'lo.egoIng' Bradford Sq. Shopping Center. 1_] VISA*
Inez Green, Lucy Edwards, Laverne to make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing ., :
"j.Edwards. Linda Harrell, Linda education courses to maintain' an up-to-date' knowledge ol developmenu .831 S. Walnut Street Starke ::{:% .n./i.;
f Robinson Edna Harrell,' JohnnieGreen lndrugs.They always' try to save you money by offering Senior. :
'. Citizen jiscDunta-en4 generic drugs whenaverpoaaIble.,They will Charge It!
and Mildred Harrell. also' save you time by constantly checking. stocks "
keep.. the.drugs..
: < Alter,opening the many gifts '" 'youn..donhandkk i .oJ.ui::*ua *' -
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H> H'tlorhmg aons-lri-aw Cecilia and Marcus on July 4. Among those attending 10 years old on July 11. Wilmajean rival of their son, Joshua Mark, born from Ocala spent the pant week vacationing -

Phone: I..,* ...:'f Lunier of West Palm Beach,and Bet were their daughter and family Mr. Terry Is celebrating her July 14th birthday July 8 at Alachua General Hospital in their motor home at their

4 orutiiudr ty Jo and Ralph Langford of Fernan- and Mrs. Donnie Knox, Christopher visiting relatives in Columbus, Gainesville. He weighed 10 Ibs., 4 oz. property on Hampton Lake. They enjoyed

i'! Mr. dnd Mrs\ Lynn Hall wish to dma Beach. Their grandchildren and Felicia of Atlanata their son and Ohio. and measure 22 inches. boating skiing, visiting ,with
thank(' all lends who assiled them Pam and Scott Wilson of Waldo also daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Steven Congratulation Paternal grandparents are E.W. friends: and relaxing.

i during Ihe recent illness and joined their family. Earnest of Jacksonville. Kenny Clark was recently named to and Lucy Hodges of Hampton Lake. Fran and Dolores Meng returned

'if. hospitalization of Mr Mall They /up. Mrs. Lilly Walker of High Springs Joyce's father and mother-in-law the South Atlantic League South Division Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Wednesday following three weeks

.: predate all the prayers cards ,'{'n. spent last week with Bud and Louise Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Keystone Baseball Team. His parents Mrs. William Patrick of Lawtey. visiting relatives and friend andat

'., cern and held extended them Mr Mattheus. Heights also attended the reunion. Tommy and Pat Clark and his grandmother Paternal great-grandparents are tending family reunions in Toledo.
i(? Hall is now making a satisfactory See Columbia Liftoff They recently completed a six week's Mrs. Wilma Clark watched Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins of Ohio. They also attended the Wofett'.. I

j.r recuperation !II home Mrs. Clarice Adkins and her sister, tour of the united States, covering him play in Greensboro, N.C. on June Hampton and Mrs. Ruby Hodges of Fair in Knoxville. They found U ie i
isilors Mrs. Jewell Morris of Macclenny, most of the states. They enjoyed 20. They are proud of his progress and Brooker. Fair too crowded, left early and hfctd- I

Mr. Geroge Rogers of New York witnessed the liftoff of the space shut visiting relatives and friends along look forward to seeing him play again Newlyweds ed for Gatlinburg, enjoying the Irnrjfly !

spent the month of June visiting( his tie, Columbia at Cape Kennedy on the way and sightseeing in wonderful soon in Macon, Ga. Congratulations to Renee Williams scenery along the way. .:fc
wife Genevieve and son Alan. as June 20. They were enroute home places, including the Grand Canyon. Son Christened and Kim Bednarski who were recently Chris Meng spent the weekend 'wj*h

well as his: mother law who is quite following a visit with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Collins spent July 5 Brad Edward Muse, son of William married. They spent the past his sister and neice, Madonna 4nd

ill lie had a good trip and enjoyed his Herbert W. Preister in Ft. Pierce. and 6 at Jacksonville Beach where and Connie Muse, was baptised Saturday weekend with her parents and family, Karen Gilbert, at Atlantic Beach .

stay here very much They also visited relatives in West they were joined by Steven and Diane evening July 10, at St. Edward's Lysle and Cathy Williams Melissa

r Among recent visitors of Mrs Belle Palm Beach. Earnest for a relaxing visit. Catholic Church in Starke. Father Ed- and Kirk. Kim Is attending the Lawtey News 'i

:J Brown, were her son and family, Mr Senior Citizens Enjoy Watermelon Christopher Knox spent the past ward Rooney officiated at the University of Florida Law School and Mrs. Doris Merridith, of Jacksonville

i and Mrs. Frank Brown Cynthia Members of the Hampton and Brad two weeks with his grandparents, ceremony. Brad's grandparents Ed Renee is presently employed as a and her daughters Miss Patty

t t I Natalie Steven and Laura ot Winter ford County Senior Citizens Club were Wallace and Joyce Collins. and Judy Spell served as godparents.Also bookkeeper in Gainesville.Lake Keene, of Nashville, Tenn., and Miss

f Haven Mrs. E: D Gay and son, hosted to a Watermelon Feast on June July Birthdays attending the ceremony were Provides Big Bass Cathy Denmark, of Atlanta visited
Elmer, of Gainesville spent Saturdaywith 26 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Among those celebrating July birthdays Brad's great-grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Wilma Clark recently pulled in their grandmother, Mrs. Lois Carter,
Mrs. Brown. Ferhg in Starke. They were all were James Parado who was 7 Viola Lefebvre and friends. Mr. and a 10 pound bass on a fishing excursionon on Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs Gerald Adkins enjoyed grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maxwell on July 1, JoAnn Home on July 3. Mrs. Muse were presented with the Hampton Lake. Friends of Mrs. Tim Wilkerson

the recent visit of \Mr and Mrs. who provided and grew the Michael Campen was 10 on July 8. Baptismal Candle used during the Joe Meng was lucky and skillful regret that she will be a surgical patient .

Tony Bawek of Staceyville Iowa watermelon. Jackie Mitchell turned IS on July 8, Christening Ceremony. enough to hook a 91/. pound bass in St. Vicents Hospital today,

Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs Family ReunionMr. Cindy Griffis celebrated her 11th bIrthday Baby Boy recently In the same lake. Thursday. Our prayers are with her.

Cecil! Mattheus were their son. Glen, and Mrs. Wallace Collins on July 10. Lucy Hodges had a Mark and Tonya Hodges of Hamp. VacationenJinx Mr. Louie Lee Wainwright of
of Folkston Ga. their daughters and hosted a family reunion at their home birthday July 10; Rhonell Estes was ton Lake proudly announce the ar and June Dunn and daughters, Tallahassee spent Saturday afternoon

with his mother, Mrs. Truby

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Elizabeth of Gainesville will join them on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Hcrmie Kelly and surgery in Bradford County Hospitalon Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse and their Mr. Benton Futch of Starke and

By Terry July 17, and the three of them their sister, Mrs. Sarah Hallman, Wednesday. Our prayers are with granddaughters Christina and his sister Mrs. Rolph Fachtmann and

IMioiif: 782-3300 will be together for a few days. visited Mrs. Lone Tomlinson of her.Mr. Roena went to Hammond, La., to see daughter Carla,of Yokohama Japan
('hiirth AiliMlviruce Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier went to Ocala on Wednesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Joey Starling, of Concord their brother and sister-in-law Mr. visited their aunt Miss Elizabeth

( United Methodist will havean Dr. Rtsch, of Palatka on Wednesdayand Dave Kelly and sons of N.C., spent eight days with their and Mrs. David Bennett and to Terry on Saturday afternoon.

all day yard and bake sale on the doctor gave him a good Jacksonville spent the weekend ith parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling !- DeRidder to see their brother and Friends of Mrs. Doris Harbour

Saturday, July 17 This will be held at report. He will begin using his crut- her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly and family. They enjoyed Disney sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Homer regret to learn that she re-entered

the house behind the post office. Proceeds ( ches this week instead of his wheelchair World, and went tubing down the Bennett, to Dry Creek to see their Orange Park Hospital Firday night.

will go to repaint the church Mrs. Thelma Prevatt, is a real hap. Ichtucknee River while there. On sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Our prayers are with her.

sanctuary Plan now to attend Mr. and Mrs Frank Camp attendedthe py great-grandmother to have Ricky their way home, they stopped by to Mrs. W.E. Pate July 1 8. Co and Mrs. James Dougherty and

Personals, Camp Family Reunion at Cotton- and Marlene Norman move in with see Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse and Mr. Brett LaMonte, of Indianapolis, sons Courtney, Chris Patnck and

Friends of Mr Dave Tanner regretto wood Ala., during the Fourth of July her which will keep her from living son, of Hinesville, Ga. Ind. flew in Friday, July 9 to spend Peter, left Monday, July 5.. for
learn that he is a patient in Orange weekend. alone in the Carl Prevatt home. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were two weeks with his brother and sister- Denver, Col. .

Park Hospital. Orange Park. Our Mrs. Sandy Gustafson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jim LaMonte Miss Wendie Smyth of Atlanta

prayers are with him of Pensacola, are spending some time visited his brother Mr. Norman E.F. Caldwell, of Jacksonville. and nephew. Troy. Ga., spent the July 4 weekend with

Mrs John Wynck, of Tallahassee, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Starling in Shands Hospital Thursday Friends of Mr. Henry Smith regretto Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mosley and her parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm.

plans to visit her sister Miss Dobbs and sister, Chris and her night. learn that he re-entered the Baptist granddaughter Darlene and baby, of Wilson. Her daughter, Elizabeth is

Elizabeth Terry on Tuesday July 13, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Friends of Mrs. Lester Walker Hospital Jacksonville Monday, July Highland were Saturday dinner also visiting her grandparents. Jane
and their sister. Mrs C E Strickland, Dobbs. regret to learn that she underwent 12. Our prayers are with him. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Lockwood Jacksonville, spent a
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO storage charges, under Business Affair you or. requested to NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Ave, Jacksonville Fla., a public hearing at their against the estotegand

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL REGISTER FICTITIOUS the provisions of Section Chapter 6Gx 47.00 serve a copy of your REGISTER FICTITIOUS one lot of text books regular meeting held at ((2)) any objection by an

CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NAME 4b( ) of Uniform Standard School Transportation written defense. It any NAME consigned to Nat). Inst 7 p.m., In the Council interested perso: to

BRADFORD COUNTY Pursuant to Section Bill, of Lading. Service to it, on the Petitioner NOTICE IS HEREBY of Accts., Gainesville Room of Stark. City Hall whom notice was mailed

FLORIDA 865.09, Florida Statutes, Gator Freightways, Chapter 6G. 4-B.00 who. name and address GIVEN. That the underigned -< Fla. to satisfy freight and Thompson St., Starke, that challenges the

Cose No 81.540 notice Is hereby given 'Inc. Carrier. School Food and Nutrition Is DOROTHY JEAN under the provision storage charges. under Fla, on Thursday July validity of the will, the

DIVISION OF FORESTRY that the undersigned 7/B 2tchg 7/15 Service THORNHILL. Rt. 1 Box 66, of Setlon 865.09. the provisions of Section 29, 1982. qualifications of the personal ,

CREDIT UNION Plaintiff, Richard Cornotzer 4455 Chapt.r 6G. 4-9.00 Interlachen Florida Florida Statute will 4b( ) of Uniform Standard AI this time. all persons representative,
vi DALLAS R. Confederate Point. NOTICE OF DISPOSITIONOF School Plant and 32048, and file the register with the Clerk of Bill of Lading. Gator will be heard concerning venue or jurisdiction, ; of

CRAWFORD and KATIE L Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 COLLATERAL: Facilities original with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and Freightway, Inc., Car this applicationas the Court. :
CRAWFORD his wife. sole owner doing TO: Leroy R. and Brenda Chopt.r 6Gx 4-1000 the above-styled Courton for Putnam County, rier. specified in the zoning ALL CLAIMS ANO'.OB-

Def.ndontsNOTICE business under the firm Monteith Address Miscel. ,.leous or before June 3, Florida upon receipt of 7/15 2tchgi/22 codes of the city of JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
OF SALE name of General P.O. Box 481, Starke Copies of these proposed 1982. Otherwise a judgment proof of publication of Stark. WILL BE FOREVER BAR!

NOTICE IS HEREBY Salvage Co., RI 15. Box Fla. 32091, AND ALL PERSONS rules may b. obtained may be entered this notice, the following NOTICE i I. hereby given L.M. Galnes RED. '-I i
544 INTERESTED IN from the against for the relief that on Monday July 26 *
GIVEN pursuant to a Maxvllle Fla you fictitious name, towit.Youn'l : Director Judy A. Hirsch.
Summary Final Judg- 32234 Intends to PURCHASING MOBILE Superintendent office* demanded in the complaint Record, under 1982 at 10 am. the Stork. Board of Personal Representative!

men of Foreclosure register said fictitious HOME. ot 582 North Temple or petition. which we or.engaged In undersigned Gafor Adju.tm.nt.715l1chg| Dudley' P. Hardy. P 'A..
dated Jun.7.\ 1982, name under the Pursuant to Florida Avenue, Stark, Florida. WITNESS my hand and business' at P.O. Box 390. Freightway, Inc. will P.O. Drawer 1030

enjertrd in.thl., cause. I aforesaid statute Statutes 679.504 you are' This I I. in compliancewith the seal of said Court on Lawtey, Fla. 32058. sell at public auction for Starke, Florida 32091'

will sell to the highestand Dated this 22nd day of hereby notified that th. the Florida Statute, April 29, 1982. That the name of the cash at 2175 Commonwealth NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S'SALE Attorney; )for"Personal.;
best bidder for cash June 1982 in Bradford undersigned lelnholder Chapter 120.54 a* Gilbert S. Brown solely Interestedin Ave. Representative '
persons .
at the front entrance of County will offer for private sale enacted by the 1974 A* Clerk, of the Court the said business areas Jacksonville, Fid, one Notice is hereby given 7i152ichg1122

the Bradford County 6/24 4tchg 7/15 after July 16 1982 the Florida legislature." By: Marian McRae 'follow: lot of electric sign consigned that I I. Dolph E. Reddish ...................--

Courthouse in Starke following described property Thomas L. Casey Jr.Superintendent A* Deputy CI.rk AIMEE SHEDDAN to Scott Auto Service as sheriff of Bradford I I. George Firestone,
NOTICE It hereby : 1982 Champion ofSchools 6/24 4tchcj 7/15 Lake City. Fla., to
Florida, at II I a m on TOM SHEDDAN County Florida. under Secretary of State ot'the
Concord Mobile Home,
August' 10 198? all that given that on Monday satisfy freight and and '
7/8 4tpd 7/29 by virture of' Writ of State of Florida: do
c.rton pioperty located July 19. 1982 at 10 a m. Serial No. 2495, 70x14, 7/8 2tchg 7/15 NOTICE OF APPLICA. storage charges, under Execution to-wit that'!
and situate in Bradford the undersigned Gator with, all related equipment TION FOR TAX DEED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the provisions of Section Execution Issued out h.r.by certify thefollowing'

County Florida as more Freightways, Inc. will and furnishings. if IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE IS HEREBY EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. 4b( ) of Uniform StandardBill of County Court of Brad- GEPRqES'PROPERTIES, LTD

partirulatly described as sell at public auction for any which is presently FLORIDA EIGHTH GIVEN that Charlie Mae CUlT OF FLORIDA IN of lading. Gator ford County. Florida STREET'TD.
follnvws cash at 2175 Commonwealth located at Olin's Mobile JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Moor.) the holder of the AND FOR BRADFORD Freightways Inc.. Car to Final pursuant
Home Sales, Stork., Fla. certificate has a Judge with their principal placeof
Ave AND FOR ALACHUA following COUNTY rier.7152tchg722.
The West half of the ment 'for Dave Hender business Bradford
following, properly Jacksonville, Fla.. one 32091, Any person Interested COUNTY filed cold certificate* fora CIVIL ACTION son and Annie Chandlerof Florida': '' t
Begin at the Southeast lot of Battery Cables con- In purchasingthe Case No. 81541CAIN tax deed to be Issued Case No. 82.251.CAMARTIN Starke, Florida and limited ;?re.
Nick Mackson, above described property The of thereon. The certificate IN THE COUNTY COURTOF partnership' fil.ed
corner of Lot 60 of signed to RE: Marriage C. TAJRA. against P.E, Griffis, In the offlce1oVihe
WOODLAWN Section So. Daytona Beach Fla should contact the FRANK G. McLENON. numbers and year of ,Issuance Plaintiff. FLORIDA. EIGHTH ,
defendant in the
13. Township 5 South. to satisfy freight and undersigned. Husband and HELEN D the descriptionof SHARON BOYD, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN amount of $250 togetherwith Florida Secretary'of under, q4t' l of

Range 22 East and run storage. chorge.. under SOUTHERN GUARANTY McLENON Wo'". the prop.rty, and the Defendant AND FOR BRADFORD costs of collection. 620. Florida''Slijijfes.lows' ) Cticfpter.
the of Section CORPORATIONP.O. OF ACTIONTO name In which It was NOTICE OF COUNTY.
West 832 feet to beginning provisions NOTICE SUIT Hove sened and have1' 1 'of 'Floria'al;
corner thenre run 4b( ) of Unifoim Standard Drawer 9409 : HELEN D. assessed or. a* follow: NO PROPERTYTO Case No. 82 193-CA Iini .' possession' the .,andeach'
Bill of Winter Haven Fla. 33880 Certificate No. 23, Year RONNIE C.. DAVS"ond! my has 'failedMejr six
West 208 feet to o point Lading. McLENON. 313 lIv. Oak : Sharon Boyd. Address following described '/monlhi 'orlrnore"loioythe
thence run North 208 Gator Freightways, 7/8 2tchg 7/15 Drive. Swansboro North of Issuance 1979.Description : 2 Pinewood Drive, NORITA V. DAVIS; Plaintiffs per.fonal
property to-wit: annual_'olln fee nodren.v
feet to a point thencerun Inc.. Carrier. Carolina, 28516 of PropertyW49FTofN72OF'Tof Carbondale, III. vs. ERNEST PAUL FIDO Ford Truck'', Cab /:' .
; th Uft. |of
Ea.t08 feet to a ..........7,8... .2tchg 7/15 NOTICE YOU ARE HEREBY YOU ARE HEREBY DAVIS. Defendant. I I. yellow wlthbown.w, \ \
point; thence run South .M. ............. The BRADFORD NOTIFIED that an action Lot 5 in Otis S/D of NOTIFIED that an action NOTICE OF SALE In ;. .outhorltyi.to pp iM* ll a

208 feel to the begming NOTICE Is hereby COUNTY SCHOOL for dissolution of marriage Lawtey Sec: 23. Twp 5-S. for Dissolution of Marriage NOTICE IS HEREBY spray.' spots.WarrantyNo .: -Therefare'.VH'rnted44:: Hceof p.
F10CN361397. Trucks. .
given on Monday BOARD Stark., Florida GIVEN that ;
above.has has fliedogoln.t pursuant to
styled ,
corner. July 19. 1982 at 10 a.m.. will hold a PUBLIC HEAR. as R22.Name In which the Final Judgment bed has well drilling rig the'provrsiqffl HIc.
been and
IN WITNESS THEREOF the undersigned. GatorFrelghfwoys ING ON you your are mounted on, some, Including tion' ..2 .'3il> is HtaBRADFORD'
PROPOSED entered In this in
; I have hereunto set my against you In the above- Henry Moore.All required to serve a copy cause .'
Inc. will SCHOOL AD- the. drilling tower, St .t t '!f"t h a
hand and official seal sell at public auction forco.h styled Court seeking of sold property of your written defenses, County Court of water tank, 'and car"engine 'tob.'pubIihjd&,
this 5th day of July, 1982 at 2175 Commonwealth MINISTRATIVE RULES as dissolution of marriageand being In the County of If any to It, on the plaintiff Bradford County, plus transmission. '
follows at the regular State of Florida. I will sell the COUNTY
Gilbert S. Brown other relief, and you attorney whose '
Ave.. TELEGRAPH, .: .,2
school board anewspaper
Clerk of the meeting, are required to life your Florida. name and address I I.: property situated In As the of
Circuit Court Jacksonville Fla.. one July 19 1982, 7 p.m.. In response to Huband'i Unless such certificateor Martin C. Toro| No. Bradford County prop.rty published' in
lot of Sun Tan Lotion above named defendant Bradford
consigned County
Bradford County, Florida the school board room of Petition with the Clerk of certificates shall be 077011, P.O. Box 229. Florida described as-
to Babagold. Inc.. and that on Monday the Florida. of
notice failureto
By Beulah Moody the Bradford County said Court and to serve a redeemed according to Lawtey Fla. 32058 and The E 1/2 of the W 1/2
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla to 9th day of August. 1982. renew certificate'
Deputy Clerk School Board Offices, copy thereof' upon Hoband's .- law the property described file' the original with the of the E 1/2 and the W
7 8 2tcha7/15 satisfy freight and 582 North Temple attorney whosename In auch certificate) or clerk of the obeve styled 1/2 of the E 1/2 of the E at on. p.m. on said dayon the '. authority as provided':
the of low.
Avenue, Starke, Florida and address appear certificate will be soldto court on or before 1/2 of Lots 32 and 41 lyIng premises j&ilpt
Chapter 6Gx .1.00 hereon on or the highest bidder at August 10 1982 otherwise south of a graded Bradford County Jail. I Given under my hand
will offer forsale' and and the Great Seal of Ihe
The District School before July 26, 1982. the court house door on a judgement maybe county road In
sell the highest bidderfor
to Slate' of
System. foil the 17th day of' Woodlawn Subdivision Florida. ;at
Herein not or a August entered against you
cash In hand the Tallahassee
Chapter 6Gx 4.2.00 Default will be) taken 1982. for the relief demandedIn according to a plot ) : the Capital

ERRFRULKNER General Administration. against you admittingthe Dated this 24th day of the complaint or peti recorded 'In Plot Book above of said described defendant property to this 1982.the_12th day of July,

I Chapter 6Gx 4.3.00 allegations of said June 1982. "I", Page hot the Public
SLe4 PersonnelChapter Petition. Gilbert S. Brown tion.WITNESS my hand and Records of Bradford satisfy the. aforesaid George Firestone.

6Gx 44.00 WITNESS my hand and Deputy Clerk ,the seal of said Court on County Florida. Ex.cutlon.Dolph Secretary of State
< FiEflLTYJ Student Personnel the seal of this Court the Clerk of Circuit Court of July 2. 1982.GIlbert ot Public Sale to the E. Reddish, 7/15 ItchoA

ut Chapter 6Gx 4.5.00 22nd day of Jun.. 1982. Bradford County. Florida S. Brown highest bidder 'for cash Sheriff Florida.Bradford County. r| 111'7/_.. __ .. I
Curriculum and Instruction Gilbert S. Brown 7/1 4tchg. 7/22 A* Clerk of laid Court at Ihe front door of the ? wc14

!iG4SDSI m Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE By Beulah Moody Bradford County Courthouse 7/134tchg8/3 f

Chapter oGx .6.00 By Beulah Moody A* Deputy Clerk In Starke,
Florida at II EDT THE
r>i jf> Deputy Clerk 7/8 4tchg 7/29 am.
Hatfield on August 23. 1982.
Anderson E.
Tip For Good Taste
Attorney for Husband BOARD Starke. Florida NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Dqted: this 6th day of FLORIDA. PROBATE'

"' 4114 N.W. 13th St., will hold a PUBLIC HEAR- REGSITER FICTITIOUS July. DIVISION.File One single ingredient can
221 Across from Wishbone ON PROPOSED 1982.Gilbert
Lafayette ING NAME Number 82-62.CP ,
HOW TOINVEST Gainesville, Florida S. Brown ;urn you into a better cook
1 OFFICE HOURS: 32601. ((904)-377-5704.) BOARD RULE 4124.1 I Pursuant to Section Clerk of the Circuit Court In Re: Estate of DARRELL i It's: an ingredient you use

t Monday Friday* 5 Saturday- 12 .soon IN 6/24 4tchg 7/15 Job Description for 863.09, Florida Statutes BY: Beulah Moody C. MENEAR. Deceased ,very day. One most people
__ I REAL ESTATE. DEAN OF STUDENTS. notice is hereby given NOTICE OF
A* Deputy Clerk t,ake for granted It's water
that the undersigned ADMINISTRATIONThe
7/15 7/22
2tchg Many good cook are
% IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Regular School Board Zone G. Hudson P.O. administration of

g Ok wf tOur / OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Meeting. July I*. 1982. Box 272 Keystone NOTICE the estate of DARRELL C. t I:)hat Becoming the water aware of they the cook fact
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN at 7 In the school deceased.Case
p.m. Heights Flo. 32656. sole MENEAR .
or use to make coffee
: L. ;z1II Mies associate AND FOR BRADFORD board room of the Bradford or joint owner, doing ALICE McDOUGALD No. 82.62.CP, is and other ,
know where to look for COUNTY. (Estella Kates) hoe made loups beverages
County business under the firm pending In the Circuit
investment application for SPECIAL (:an have a major effect( on
; opportunitieshere Case No. 82-197 office, 582 North Tern- name of Court for Bradford Court-
in town or*U over ha Keystone EXCEPTION for Exception t:he way food taste
IN RE The of
And have the : Marriage pie Avenue, Stork.. Barber S HairstylIng.Lawrence ty. Florida. Probate Divi.
country No. 2 for replacement -
experience to help get Florida. Blvd., sion the address of :
you of mobile home to '
Wife and Cople. of thIs proposed which I I. Bradford ll
financing ellerm.you can Keystone Heights Intends the Sta'''. Board of Adjustment County I',2:1
,: afford TeD us your objectives MICHAEL EDWARD rule and Job Description to register said fictitious Courthouse, Stark,
i: EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY -well help find them THORNHILL Husband No. 41J4.1 may be name under the on propertythat Florida 32O91 The name

p To purchase 10 acres with 2 BR M.H. with ( NOTICE OF ACTIONTo obtained from the aforesaid statute.Doted described I I. classified below Ag. and and address of the Personal :

extra BR and bath built on. Also screened MICHAEL EDWARD Superintendent' Office this.8th day of Two and one.half(2: ( *) Representative !
and furnished 9ra THOINHILL whose at 512 N. Temple July 1982. In Clay County. and of the Personal
porch nice workshop. Partially acres located just Southof
residence I I. unknown. Avenue Stork, FlorIda.ThIs \ Representative' at.torney -
only $39,000 with term YOU ARE HEREBY I II In compliancewith / 7/l54tchgS/3 alligator Creek on are set forth .-.
East side, of 301 in '
; NOTIFIED that an actIonfor Hwy
Houses and Apartments Rev Rent NEIGHBORHOOD' the Florida Statute below.
PROPfXTIf 'Inc. dissolution of marriage 120.54 a* Section 33. Township 6 All Interested For a free bookl t.aDout;
-, Property Management Service. Chapter NOTICE I hereby given' persons
South 22 East out
hoe been filed Manga I tattled
.error. enacted the 1974 that water avaiIablt send
Appraise! by on Monday July 26, are required to file with
" Susen M. Faulkner. RIALTOR *.....506S 04H44-SM1: against you In the Circuit ,Florida Legislature. IM2. at, 10 .a.m., the of parcel 4439 mobile forreplacement the Court WITHIN THREE I i aelf-addreaaed tampqd) en.

Irene 1. Faulkner AITOR-ASSOCIATI' ,V441U1lucllle JCDIPSCCICTI*5.oriusxioAt ?OWHS0. Court of the Eighth Thomas' L. Casey Jr. undersigned. Gator home. MONTHS FROM THE 'relop to the Intomqiional -
Spry, BROKER SALESMAN i4-B410 1052 C.ntuy 21 Judicial Circuit of the Superintendent. of Freightway Inc. will sell S DATE OF THE FIRST Bottled Water Association. -
The Stork. Board of
p..t 1,4.< Corporationt State of Florida
I ... Walker. ASSOCIATI. *..-"M Hoiutng Opportunity Iii) In and Schools7S at public auction for cash Adjustment will conduct/ PUBLICATION OF THIS 1010 Vermont Avenue NW.,
for Bradford.County and 2 ehg VhS at 2173 Commonwealth NOTICE: (I) All claim 'Washington, DC 20005i

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: .Jr..Sta'rs..Stars Vie for State Titles

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j The StarkdJr: : Stars will be here in ihe: familiar con McGriff said Jensen Beach may not be as strong this
fines;of:Ed wards. Rd. field and the Stars will be at ywtf.'
.Deland's Airport Field complex as both go after state Other first round games Friday night have the 1st-
Jr. Olympic boyi Softball titles this weekend. The stale year Deland Chipmunks against North Brevard at 6:30: ,
Champ in both 13-15 and 16-18 divisions qualities for no- the Ist-year Deland Jr Hawks against St. Augustine at
th/nale, 7:45: : and Satellite/ Beach last year's state champs and
I'I"f Here in Starke the Jr. Stars will be one ot 9 teams: competing 6th-place national finisher, opening up against the
I ti for the Florida 13-15 boys Softball championship speedy Live Oak Patriots at 9.00.
D ,ly d'k f ., 1 .{;, )4rt while 12 Senior Boys teams are going after the 16 18 title Teams that drew byes were Jensen' Boynton Beach,
.in Deland. Ft. Walton Beach, which is making its: first state tourney
I b A : The draw was set last week for the Jr. Boys tourney app<>Hraiire Mince 1979.! and Davenport.Of .
but then had to be redone I the middle of this week when the learns: the Stars have seen this year Starke has
t r6Y + '' p r tptp'j Starke Rec. Director Cheryl.Uodwin learned thai 2 beaten Lw- Oak 7 out of 10 meetings topped St.
dams :.. Martin Downs of ''Jensen Beach and the GV Augustine 7.2 in winning the Community Action Club
Sluggers: of Bartow had sent their entry forms to the (tournament here, and placed higher than North Brevard
/state office rather than here. in a tournament at Tifton.
In 1 1st round /games North Brevard and the (!.V Slug Play in in- -i>nior boys tournament. will be held from 9r
-- gers open the tourney at 7 pm. Friday, the Jr Stdrs m. roughly' C!) p.m Saturday with play picking back
- ; .: play Boynton Beach at 8:15: and Martin Downs meets up at 10.30 m Sunday with the loser's bracket final.
-_ _____ Sunrise at 9:30.: Saturday morning Plantation mil The first championship contest is set for 1 p.m.
Satellite Beach play at 8.30 a m. and Pasadena; Lakes I Both the Stars and Jr. Stars are coming off championships -
I II which drew a bye, plays the game 1 winner at 9.u.: Play in Community Action Club's youth tournament
I I 4u continues all day Saturday and picks back up Sunday alI held in Starke
i p.m. with the losw's bracket finals and championship
Trip Piano:
'A full line of refreshments! will be offered? for lans at Here are the traveling plans for the Starke
Edwards Rd. and official ASA Jr Boys state champion- Stars and the group going with them to the state
1 j' '. "f 'ship T-shirts will be for sale. senior boys tournament in Deland:
:as; w s9 t. The Stars senior boys have drawn Haines City at 6:30: The local entourage will be leaving Friday Ju-
I Friday night on Airport field 1 in Deland tor their tour- ly !9, at 1 p.m from Tillie; at Bradford Square
I American League Stars Now Face District Opponents... nament iidlif Ipr Starke Coach Jerry McCnff noted that al:')! return sometime Sunday, hopefully after
I The Starke American League all stars pictured here William, and Richie Taylor. Haines City hasn't! had a team since 1977 and was pleased playing in and winning/ the finals of course.
''.llIIon l out over the National Leaguer" in a best-of-3 series 2nd row, I. to r.. Coach Edward Akridge, Chad with the draw as he looked over it Tuesday night. A The: tourney will he at Deland Airport Complexand
and now start play in the District tourney In Keystone Mullins, Jerry Roebuck, Coach Jerry Wilson, Brian Stars victory over Haines City would put them against the team and followers will be staying at
I.t !IHeights.I Whitehead, Robbie McRae. Coach Warren Carver; and. Jensen Be-adl: the 1980 state champ and 19IU runnerup, Dixie Motor Lodge on 647 S. Woodland Blvd. in
: They are: front row, left to right, Paul Akridge. Randall Polk. at 9 a.m. Saturday morning. That record is imposing hut De'nnd phono number ((904)) 734-4830.:
, I.Jamey, } Carver. Billy lleavner, Jason Brown Dewey Not pictured are Jody Brown and Hichle Barnes.

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I I J American League All Stars Win Important Football FEDERAL REVENUE

- -- ,.. Meeting TonightA
second organizational meetingfor

; '::Right to Play in District Tourney will Bradford be held tonight High Thursday, Ju-

ly.15, at the BUS Fieldhouse. City of Starke:! City Commission will hold a
jt is that all 9th and
important meeting on 27 1982 at 7 in the
Tuesday July p.m. commissioners
. 10th graders who will be going out
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",. The Lawtey and Brooker National for.JV and Freshman football in room at the city hall for the proposed use of
Leaguers fought back to square the Starke Americans Play in KeystoneThe the Fall attend Thursday's the Federal Revenue Sharing Allocation.The .

t series at a game apiece with a 10-9 American League all star team that won the best-of-3 meeting, which starts at 7 p.m. estimated amount of this allocation is $69,042. All
win Thursday but the Starke series here in town last week will start its District 7 tournament and will last approximately 30
.American League all stars won 18.6 play in Keystone Heights Saturday night with an 8:30 game minutes. Also, any 11th and 12th citizens are invited to express their opinion or request j
) Friday night, July 9, in the rubber against Gainesville Boy Club. grade players going out for varsity on how this money is to be allocated. The proposaluseof
.,game of the best of 3 Major league S teams are represented! in the double-elimination tourney for .who missed last week's meeting this Federal Revenue Sharing Allocation is for the I
playoff series and will now representthe 11-12 year olds and other first round games Saturday have Bel should attend the one tonight. fiscal .
year 198283.
Starke Rec. Department 1! 12 Med versus Mlddleburg at 6:30 on field 1, Gainesville Blue versus All' those who attend the meeting
year old league in the Dixie Youth Lake City at 6:30: on field 2, and Keystone versus.Gainesville I tap be placed in an athletic period
Major District tournament that opens Orange at 8:30 on Held 1. .forJ'E. NEIL L. TUCKER "
Saturday in Keystone Heights (see The tourney champ advances on to state competition next .. CITY CLERK 4
related story). month near Lakeland. Galnt'liVilleOrange has won. the.last. 2 Ma i. .n !
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...The Starke Rec. Department, busy these days with 'tournament-time',
will host a one-day event Saturday July 24, at Edwards Kd. to decide the a :, i r dA
I Mens Open District softball champ.
Starke's 301 Quick Stop will be one of three teams, along with Ray's Metal :
of Gainesville and a Leesburg team. Only one will be eliminated with the 1st ;:
and 2nd placers advancing on to the Open State tournament.. 4 i I
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...Speaking of tournaments, in Softball action at Jacksonville's Drew Park
2 weeks ago, Quick Stop of the Starke league was fourth in a big, big mens'

i 1 event.
". Elite Coaling, the nationally-ranked Georgia team that carries a handful
,j of former Machine players ((including Starke's Ken Carlton), won the
tourney, with Abel's Cleaner of Jacksonville 2nd Thompson's Sporting
Goods of Savannah 3rd and Quick Slop 4th.
I : 301 beat Ray's Metal, its' top opposition for the July 24 Open District
tourney, 20-16 in the loser's bracket of that event ..

...Plans are for the Starkeltes girls Softball team to host another youth
I girls tournament here in town in the next few weeks.
Coach Lorrrtta Marchanl said the .<.> teams that beat the local girls at :.
Sub-District's last weekendSouth 14.:aches and Halifax- may take part fl I

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...In other word from the local level of a girls ASA softball program that is -
: burgeoning all over the country plans are to expand with at least one more
: girls team in Starke next year either up to the 16-18 age bracket, or down to Champions of the "A" Division... Starke Stars

912... Winning the "A" division In'thelr first venture Into the'' Jones., i
church league were the Starke Stars pictured here. 2nd row I. to r., Steve Marshall Scott Hudson.,
... The Dixie Youth Association's women's softball tourna-
I.awtey planned They are, front row, left to right. Coach Jerry Richard Warren. Chuck Johnson, Coach David Bennett
ment for this weekend has been called off. Women's teams who will be look- I
Southerbind.Not ,
McGrlff. Mitch Williams. John Bennett, James Curtis, Clayton Norman, Larry Long and Mike
ing for a place to play in a few weeks shuuld keep their ears open though
John, Thompson Blaine Dyal, Jeff Johnson, and David pictured John Riggs.
;:. because the association plans to reschedule the tourney for a little later


Starke Teams Strike Out in ASA

The first weekend of American Softball Association Top hitter for the Lawtey team during the weekend
(ASA) postseason playoffs was not a good one for Starke was Kathy Diggs 6-for-12. Judy Bright contributed 5 -
teams as not one local ballclub advanced past Subhits., and Pop DeSue 4.
District play in 4 seperate tourneys played last The Dazzlers of Starke were eliminated in 2 games,
I weekend. losing to the Amelia's of Gainesville 6-5 and Sapp Plumbing -
The action left only 301 Quick Stop, Norman's Farm, 103. Jeanna Thompson was 3-for-6 in those 2 games
,' and the Starke Stars and Jr Stars still alive in the ASA's for the Starke team. ".
playoff format that leads to national cham """"""" At the Men's 'B' Sun-District in '
.. pionships. All those teams were idle last Gainesville Starke league champ Express
weekend and get started in their respective :- won 2 games and lost 2 to see their ASA
divisions either this weekend or next. season come to an end.
It takes a 1st or 2nd place finish in Sub- Express lost its opener to the Alachua % "
Districts to move on to District play and the z r Merchants 4-1 and the Alachua team went "
closest .local teams to achieving that were f on to roll through the tournament unbeaten.
'I surprising First Baptist, which was one run Express came back to eliminate Ten Plus :,:,:
r short of having a good chance to qualify in of Gainesville 13-6 as Bill Goodge went "'
the Men's Church Sub-District played in 4-for-4 with 3 RBIs and Randall Thomas'2-2 '1:
I Lake City, and the Lawtey Cubbettes, who with 4 RBIs, and then knock of B&W 11-1 as "
finished 3rd in the 5teamomf'n's 'B' Sub- Matt Hull and Joey Bennett knocked in 3 t :
Districts held here in Starke. runs apiece. 5 n s'F :;
First Baptist 3rd placer in the local -- But Lake City Businessmen put Express t"+ S w )

league, nipped 1st Baptist of Gainesville out with an 11.7 victory. ,
r 10-9 in their Friday night opener last For the weekend Hull led Express with a ,1fI I )'
weekend, and then edged Church of Christ .667 followed by Goodge .600 Bennett ; a ; }
t I. average, if !Ar _. '-1. n.
of Lake City 5-4 to move into the semifinals .571, Stuart Duncan and Thomas .500 ( r ',
of the winner's bracket. and Randy Corbin .467. Bennett was the RBI
2nd Best Is Not Bad at All...
There they played another 1-run game, leader with 7, while Goodge had 6, and
but came out on the short end of a 5.4 verdict Thomas and Hull 5 each. Kingsley Lake Baptist took second place in the league CrawfordD nnle Elder; Dennis Crawford, Joel Hodges,
against Wesley Methodist of Gainesville The Alachua Merchants beat Ten Plus, and draws the distinction of again being the top church and Richard Smith.
and Wesley went on to place 2nd and qualify Too of Gainesville 15-4 in the championship team In Starke (remember the Starke Stars are a senior' 2nd row, I. to r., Mike M<.Hae,>David Claim's, unidenaboy.te f

L4 for Districts.; game with both qualifying pn, to emmet's.Too ; rol t, .. ; .nlo.W tified Leroy Ennis. Dwayne larder, Darren Harriet.
In the'loser's bracket First Baptist' had lost its opening game but-rallied They are: frontrow, hefto right Douglas' ,, and Curtis Crawford.

I eliminated Starke's top church team during.... with 5 straight wins to qualify for District's
the regular season- Kingsley in Deland.
but then fell to 3rd place Church of Christ ofVomen's 'R' Too had lost its opening game but rallied a i W a ra tt t
Lake City 15-12 to settle for fourth. Action... with 5 straight wins to qualify for District's ;
I In the same 9-team tournament Kingsley in Deland.
J Lake took 6th with a win and 2 losses They Shortstop Janet a Also Starkettes local girls 13-15 year
were beaten by Parkview Baptist of Lake Williams of the
I old team was 0-2 in Jr. Girls Sub-District
City 6-3, beat Parkview of Gainesville 87.l.awtl"V CuhbettesStarke play at Indian Harbour Beach
and then lost to Starke's 1st Baptist

Smyrna Baptist was 0-2, losing to Wesley 14-4 and lost to the South Beaches Sharks, national run- e1I
Church of Christ 8-2. nerups last year by an 11-3 score, and then were
Here in Starke Ronnie Sapp Plumbing of Macclenny eliminated by Halifax of the Daytona Beach area 125.
t I came charging back through the loser's bracket after a "There were some good ballclubs down there, we
:' 7-6 opening game loss to the Lawtey Cubbettes to )keep were one of them," Starkettes coach Lorretta Marchant
: the Cubbettes from taking 2nd place in the Women's 'B', said of the 10-team( girls tournament. "But it just wasn't I
In fact Sapp almost: took the championship away from a tournament weekend for us."
1 j' unbeaten Athletic Attic the Lake City league champs 1I 1 lfl f.1
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beating AA 7-6 before falling 4-3 in a second title game. t lr
Both those teams advance to the District's to bu held in Next weekend, July 23-25, women's league champ 1 rr
Deland. Norman's Farm will be in Gainesville for a Women's A +

C The Cubbettes scored 4 times in the bottom of the 7th District tourney that may include as many as 16 teams. u 4sr : a!
: to beat Sapp 7-6 in their opener Saturday morning but And! on Saturday, July 24, at Edwards Rd. 301 Quick Stop j b ,. -lpW ,
lost to Athletic Attic 73. In a rematch with Sapp Plumbwill be the host team for a 1-day Men's Open District f "vlCi
Ing the Macclenny team scored 4 runs in the top of the tourney that will include just 3 teams playing for 2 qualifying a ,
12th to win a barnburner 8-4 to decide who would go to slots 301, Ray's Metal of Gainesville, and a team ;, ,
:; District's. from Leesburg. 'h ly ,n
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I Starke's American League Minor Stars... The National 'liradford' :Minor League Stars...

-} Are... front row, left to right. Ashley Alday, Donnie Top row I. to r.. Darryl Gnann, David Elder Ronnie Representing the tautry and lirookrr trams as Standing/: I. to r., coach Jerry Pilcher, Wayne Prevatt,
.Francis, Lance Wiggins. Chris Noegel Jamie Zurluh, Chris Simmons John and Jason 'Bradford' the Minor all
.IJ Siegmund League !star tournament UJH Jason Pitcher Kelly Dyal, Terry Berry, James 'Bat'
Whitehead; Shawn Nichols. and Emory ....... Smith. this squad pictured above. :McNe.il. Tommy Hamilton, coach Butch Prevail, and
J Kneeling, left to right Andre O' t'il'Inct.. Robinson Mark Shuford.
Kevin Wood Wise, Itriant Hunter, Josh ('rafordnthony

I Both Local Teams Last 3 Games in Minor League All Star Tourney in Lake City I

Both the Lawtey-Brooker National Also for the winning Nationals Jason Smith was 3-for-4 and scored 11.8.After Bracldy, who had struck out 15 batters in 8 at bats. McNeal had 4 doubles and
and Starke American all star teams Vince Robinson was 2-for-3 with a 3 times and Lance Wiggins went 2-3 Shawn Nichols and Donnie in an earlier tournament game, 8 RBIs, Robinson 3 doubles Kevin
finished with 1 win and 2 losses and double and 2 RBIs, Wayne Prevatt 2-4 with 3 runs to lead the American batters Francis scored on wild pitches to put struck out the side in the 5th, and Wise was next on the list with 3 hits
.;were': eliminated from District play with 2 RBIs, Terry Berry 1.4 with a Ron Zurluh was 2.4, Darryl the Americans up 2-0 early Mid- carded 3 more K's in the 6th after For the Americans Jason Smith and
:. Monday night, July 12, in the District double and 2 RBIs and Tommy Gnann 1-2, and Noegel scored twice. dleburg piled on 8 runs in the bottomof Noegel walked to put Starke away. Ron Zurfluh were both 5-for-ll, and
::: Minor League ((9-10 year olds) All Hamilton 1.2 with a double. The other On the same day the Nationals were the second to take an 8.2 lead The Bradford Nationals had a Lance Wiggins and Shawn Nichols
.:-:-Star tourney being held this week in National base raps were by Kevin dropped into the losers bracket with a But the Starke boys didn't quit, and rougher time with Bel Med Americanas both 3-8.
::Stnke City. Wise, Kelly Dyal, and Hunter. 6-2 loss to a Bel-Med National team came all the way back to tie the game their pitching staff had trouble fin-
::::. The two Starke league teams met For the Americans Chris Simmonswas that showed some fine fielding, with 6 runs in the top of the third ding the plate
:;'?:each other in the first round Wednesday 2-for-2 Ronnie Zurfluh 3-4, Chris 'Bat' McNeal smacked a double and Chris Noegel, Lance Wiggins, and And Bel !Med catcher Lisa Benton, LEARn
:::w and the Nationals, a Lawtey andS Noegel 2-3, Shawn Nichols and Jason pitched a strong first 3 innings for the Ron Zurfluh all walked to load the one of 3 girls starting for that team,
;::; Brooker combination who took to call- Smith 2-4, and Lance Wiggins 13. losers, striking out 7 of the 16 battershe bases and Jimmy Long drew a walkto ripped all 4 of her team's hits-a double TO
:;;?:: ing themselves 'Bradford', won out The Starke team's downfall was faced, but left the mound with his force in a run An error allowed every time.
:&-11-5 by pouring 8 runners across the stranding 12 runners on base, twice team down 5-1 and took the loss. another run across, and alter David The Nationals only scoring came in fNlCEI
::: plate in the first two innings to grab leaving the bases loaded. Vince Robinson the hustling Elder walked to reload the bags, the top of the last as Wayne Prevatt L
:::::'An insurmountable 8-1 advantage. Saturday the American squad kept centerfielder from Brooker, slapped 2 Nichols punched a single that turned walked, Robinson crashed a double,
::: Winning pitcher Briant Hunter of their hopes alive in the loser's bracketby doubles to lead the Nationals at the into a grand slam when Middleburg and ;McNeal ripped another bagger
;: Lnutey pitched the first 5 innings and eliminating Keystone Heights 12.3 plate with Kevin Wise going 14. played hot potato with the ball throwing to knock in both runs.
::: left the mound with 8 strikeouts and with a shining performance. Both teams bowed out Monday' into lelt field to allow Shawn to Kevin Wise, Kelly Dyal, and Terry
:;: 'his ballclub comfortably on top 104.( This time it was the Starke boys night, the Nationals letting walks and come sliding into home terry had the other Bradford hits in ',n Tap
::: The batting star for the winners jumping out in front early with 2 runs errors hurt them in a 14-2 loss to Bel But Middleburg went ahead with a t the loss. )
:::. was James "Bat" McNeal, whostarted in the first and 7 in the second, and Med American, and the Starke run on a throwing error in the bottomof I J''' i &
.:;;t: quite a week for himself with 3 with pitcher Chris Noegel twirling a American team rallying from down the third, added 2 more runs in the Top hitters for the 3 games for the I ; Ballet
::::s: hits in 3 at bats including 2 doubles 5-hitter and striking out 11 there was 8-2 to tie the score 8-8 against Mid- fifth, and brought in fircballing Nationals were Bat McNeal and f' ( '
f. and 5 RBIs. no way Keystone could rally back. dleburg, only to lose a heartbreaker e Junior Braddy to keep Starke at bay Vince I Robinson, both slapping 5 hits J : 4\\ c. '

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I p: Expos and Cubs Are on Top of Jr. Softball League With Royals giving close Chase I> ""I I .


, ; The Expos and Cubs are riding on and Mark scored in the first but they couldn't hold .i.w.r. | hem 3i Michael. scored. twice, and W.dnoido JMf7 Summer
II top of the Jr. Softball league roller- off the A'*, BenJI.. ,Eric,John,and Donn added score to push 'rewon 7 A 1.' Robyn"scored a couple of times Beginner Classes
the Brewers over the Padres ,
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thumioy,July I and Khnnd !got on the hoard to I:eip| their li'am .
win 1 loss records into this week's tabs it.At 7i The Cubs poured on 7 runs In bolh past the A'I' Wednesday aendinge' .w tExton Ages 4 & Up
action when they were scheduled to the Sib and 6th innings leave the.A's behind, Monday,Ju_21 | :SIVI
meet head Wednesday morning.Not Rachel Allen, Bo Bishop Chuck Smith and "poo 7. irowon 01 Lori Sapp, Neal, and Jimmy Cub 7.iioyalt Si The Cubs ran their|Krfett mat,k ("uho
on Clarence Williams all tallied, 3 runs in the Cubs cored in the top of the 7th to erase a S4 Brewer to 3 0 as Bo and Chuck led the charge with 2 runs HovalnAH 4 3 Contact 'I I IDCIRIITlll
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t and the rest of the league. For the A a Monika scored twice win-a 7-4 squeaker over the Brewers Monday Rowland scored lUewerxPadri" 35 <<
Lori was the game's scoring leader. with 1 runs 'The Rovala rallied back with n!5 run rith Inning! < 27 9647\ :! "lain! 5pm
w... _,.July?. but Neal had 2 did of the .. .
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J .o.l.10.h_li The Royals dished out the first /r..j .W"'W .,a aunt f omen" .. w s' ui 'It"4 ;O'W! 1471) 9 \
Monday.July I II defeat of the year to the Expos as Robert led the Cldlscs St"r'.. _.....lv'IAL'h.y ---
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S HIP year us Terri scurried home with:3 runs and Angel and Jim tallied 2 runs each for the Expos J
Mcmika. Kimbo,and Julie added 2 scores but it wasn't quite enough to keep them
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, I 'Our Country Duy'Tennis Tourney Wrapup: SUPER

Starke's top tennis players gave a ing round then fell to secondseedRich r t
good account of themselves recently King in a quarterfinal match SUMMER
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Day Fourth of July Tennis Tourna- Starke's Archie Kittles extended
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I'loppcd) i in the tough half of the got out of a jam in the bottom of the
draw with 3 of the most impressive seventh by sailing a 3rd-strike
teams in (the tournament Starke's fastball by a Middleburg batter with
Dix IP Boys lasted just 2 games and runners at second and third and the tr r
acre the first' team eliminated in the game went to extra Innings.
double elimination All Star baseball Middleburg's Jesse Phillips who
tournament for 1:<-14 year olds being fanned 13 batters himself got Starke
held here in Starke this week. out 1-2-3 in the top of the 8th and
Both losses were razor-close. After Brown whiffed all 3 Middleburg batters
'.. liming 5.4 to Gainesville East in their in the bottom half of that frame.
: opener Monday night, July 12, the In the top of the 9th Starke put two
-- '- -- -
runners on as Paul Kish reached on afielder's
Starke all stars lost a controversial,
Stars of Dixie ..
walked. Boys
choice and Chappell
fo i 5, 9 inning decision to Middleburg
Tuesday to see their hopes for a Both moved up on a passed ball but The all stars representing SUrke in the Dixie Boys baseball tournament for David Hamilton, and Chuck Coburn.
District title and trip to state dashed. Phillips struck out Starke's 2 most 13-11 year olds being played here In town are: Top row coach Gene Melvin Greg Wilkinson Hal Wood David Bass Jr..
The controversy Tuesday centered dangerous hitters Kehoe and Front row, left to right coach David Bass batboy Kevin Blankenship Paul Klsh. Mike Chappell Keith Kehoe,Steve Jones Clinton Jenkins Gerald
around a 6th inning rally that saw Brownto end the threat Stacey Green Lamar Crews, Stacey Bowen Sean Robinson. Brad Green Brown and coach Hiram Chappell.
__ ____...
Starke seemingly tie the game up 5-5 Middleburg then won with 2 outs in :: 'I
S on a 2-run single by David Bass but the bottom of the 9th (2 more Brown
then see that single scratched from K's) when a batter who had walked !i i!
the books after a protest by the Mid- and stole second came home on a
dleburg coarh throwing error on a steal attempt at CAPITAL OUTLAY i
: Wilh Chuck Coburn at third and 3rd base.
Gerald; Brown at second with 2 outs For the game Starke out-hit the District School Board of Bradford County (Budget III)
winners 9-4 with Kehoe for-5.,
Bass talked to his dad David Sr.. the going
third base coach, then dug in and Brown 2-5 with a 3rd-inning RBI, Kish ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS
: worked the count to 1.1. lie called 2-4, Chuckle Coburn 1-2 with a 1st Proposed Operating Budget for 1982.83 I
lime, stepped out ot the box, then dug inning RBI and Greg Wilkerson 1-3.
in again and looped the next pitch into If his hit had counted Bass would have Anticipated Receipts PECO Capital Outlay $ 89,693. j
right field to score both runs and give been 13. PECO Special Maintenance 69,521.
: his club a 5-5 lie In Monday night's opener against ;
Then the real action started Mid- Gainesville East Starke also rallied CO &DS Distribution 17000.
..: dleburg's (coach \\ho had tried to call after heading into the bottom of the Interest 16,100.
time out after Bass stepped out of the last down 5.1. .
box before cracking his single,stormed Steve Jones led off with a walk and Fund Balance 184,602. I
.7"!! out to the plate armed with the Kish was hit by pitch, Chappell then OPERATING BUDGET
.' rulebook and pointed out to delivered a single for one RBI and
4 I homeplate umpire Randy Crews that t stole second to put men at 2nd and TOTAL $ 376,916.
in Dixie Youth play no more than one 3rd. It was again Kehoe contributingwith
offensive timeout is allowed per batter the bat smacking a double to Federal Impact $ 7,000.
l If a batter takes a second offensive score 2 mote runs and make it 5-4. ROTC 15:000.: I
timeout which Bass did when hey Kehoe was thrown out at third thoughfor :
\ stepped out after already having one the second out FEFP 6,513,802. Cafe
I conference with the third base coach After Stacey Green was hit by CO&DS 2,139. Hampton $ 171,368.
he is out the Middleburg coach saId. pitch, and Coburn walked to put men Capital Outlay 136,027.
Crews agreed Bass was called out at first and second with lout Comprehensive Health 6,000. Transfer to General
on that technicality, and the runs Gainesville pitcher Alex Braun struckout Community School 7,180. 69,521. I
1 were disallowed. A protest committeelet two men to end the game
the ruling stand as fans at the Kish, Chappell, Kehoe Wilkerson, Instructional Material 83,031. TOTAL
,.. ballgame debated themselves and Brown each had a hit as Starke Racetrack 52,000. $ 376,916.
whether the ruling could be made managed just 5. '
after the batter had stroked the For the 2 games Kehoe was 4-9 with State License 16,000. CONTRACT PROGRAMS
single 2 doubles to lead the local stars Student Development 56,099.
I Down again 5-3 heading into the top Tourney Play Transportation 225,884. (Budget IV)
of the"th the Starke boys rallied once ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS
again to tie (the count. Huns Thru Week Compensatory Education 105,128.
David Hamilton walked and Mike Action in the Dixie Boys District 7 Primary Education 226 753.
Chappell drew a free pass with one continues all through this week at Education Consolidation Improvement
out to put runners at first and second. Westside Field and the Bradford. High Media 10:003: .
('atcher Keith Kehoe, who was 3-for-5 field. School Volunteer 2 800. Act Chapter I $ 288,332.
((01 the night, ripped a double into the 3 games are set Wednesday night, 2 Education Consolidation Improvement t;;
iightfield corner to score Hamilton Thursday ((6 and 8 p.m., Westside), Equalization 221,280. :
I and cut the lead to 5-4. Cleanup batter and a first championship game Fri-- District Tax.' )' 581,611.: : Act Chapter II 29,658. f
Gerald Brown struck out but the day night at 7 p.m. at Westside If a Fund Balance 187,427 I
third strike got past the catcher, second title game is necessary it will Course Fees "h'. : 46,168.
t allowing Chappell to tally the tieing be played Saturday night at 7 p.m. at Interest _" 90,000. '. .
Westside weather permitting. '
$ 505417.; .
run.Brown, who struck! out 20 batters Ina Admission is $1 for adults 50 cents Indirect Cost 20,000. .
magnificent 4-inning performance, for children Discretionary Millage 250,965.

.. Remittance from other Agencies 6,500.; : ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES .
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Registration fur Bradford Cowboys Is Saturday Transfer from PECO 69,521.
t 229:000: Salaries 259,649.BenefIts .
Fund Balance forward
Another Saturday registration dayBoys and girls ages 7-15 are invited '
IDI Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner to register to play on the Cowboy foot- 55,703.
i loolball will be held this Saturday, Juball teams or be cheerleaders. Supplies 56,212.; :
i Iv 17, from to a m. to 2 p.m. in front of Pop Warner football practice starts TOTAL 8843864.
1 Kt&Y at the Bradford Square Shopping August 2 at Westside Park, with the Capital Outlay 98,820.

\ Pentei -- -- season starting- in the fall... .------ ---- ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES Other Expenses 35,033.

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: Rosha's Beauty Shop Salaries & Benefits 6,309,030.Instructional TOTAL $ 505,417.: ;

597 Raiford Supplies 174,231. :
r Rd. 964-7570
Library & Media 36'553'

lli JULY SPECIALSw Inservice 27,758.; : ANTICIPATED(Budget RECEIPTS V) 1

.. Textbooks
: 83 031.
: Expires
: ..4w t
.' County-Wide & Maintenance 502'500. .
i Hair Cut Shampoo & Set Repair Section 4 $ 51,204 ,
Zotos Perms S 8 8 Comprehensive Health 6,000. Section : i
0.t Community Schools 7,180.; : 11 231,402. C

:.t t $15. 00 Shampoo-Set Student Development 56,099. State 20,568. I\

Blow $6 00 Students, Local 172,482.-
Cut Dry
Transportation 225,884.
Adult Lunches 22,000 !
I School Volunteer '' 2,800. ,
.i J.'It Insurance Premiums 95 000. Extra Milk 16 950.
Public : AlaCarteCommodities<< '. 22,207; I
Utility Services 340,210. '
I Contracted 88,000.-
} Services 130,789. '
Fund Balance 846:,799. Accounts Receivable 4,307.
'It NOTICEs Inventory 27,580.

f TOTAL $8,843,864.
TOTAL 656700.

s The proposed millage for the Operating .

i. to Vote Budget is 5.3080 mills. A public hearing will be ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES,

held on this tentative budget and required ,

millage! on Tuesday, July 20, 1982 at 7 p.m. in the Salaries $ 265,000.

of the Bradford County School Board, 582 Benefitsoffice .. ,_ 22,00'North
Travel<< l. 1,5
Starke Florida.
Temple Avenue, .
The authorized Repair& Maintenance .v' 2,,
above 13
1982. Other Purchased Service 2,800.

; :,
FOR Thomas L. Casey Jr., Superintendent of Supplies 32,000..
Schools: Florida. Food \ ; E 230,000.
Bradford County .?
1st and 2nd PRIMARY ELECTIONS Commodities '' '<
-: i''' ) ': '..:'' 88,000.

Other Materials & Supplies 800.
Furnitures & Fixtures .
August 7,1982 (Budget II) "- Dues & Fees 100..

RECEIPTS. Other Personal Services 12,000.
\ :
I Racetrack Distribution $ 171250.'' TOTAL $ 656,700.
Election Office "
1"1"I Open by SBE 121,992. '
Withheld These proposed budgets are for Bradford
Saturday 7 9 5 15,000.
am pm ;
County, Debt Service, Capital Outlay, Contract
---- --------- ------- and Food Service.
TOTAL RECEIPTS $ 308,242. Programs,
',. A public hearing will be held on these ten

PHONE: 964.6280 ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURES tative budgets on Tuesday, July 20, 1982 at 7 p.m.

1t '. "' ,'" in the office of the t Bradford County School
: ',
; ;
Neva Flynn Payment of Principa1k : I. ;.. 1, 136000.' Board, 582 North Temple Avenue, Starke,

5 Supervisor of Elections Payment of Interest 171,912. Florida. .
Other Expenses 330. The above notice was authorized July 13,

Bradford County 1982.

1., TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 308,242. Thomas L. Casey, Jr., Superintendent of
Schools, Bradford County, Florida.

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Allure of Old Cars Draws Buffs to Antique Show in KeystoneBy

Mark Frledlin Chevrolet sport coupe. businesses including Reed's Auto
: Monitor ReporterOne The fourth class of judging includedcars Parts, Keystone Auto Parts, and
from 1958 to present production Western Auto. In addition, chicken
part of the Keystone's Our models, 25 years being the limit to dinners were supplied by Keystone's
Country Day celebration: growing have a car declared an official anti- Tasty Cave Resteraunt."We .
steadily is the Antique Car Show que.Franklin plan on putting on the show
which begins in the morning before Antonio took first place in again next year and we're already ; 4
the parade.Sponsored. the fourth class with his 1962 looking forward to it," Legg said.
by the Antique Auto Chevrolet Corvette and also won a Legg himself the proud owner of
Association of America, the show on seperate award for "Best Restora- 10 antique cars that he calls a
the Clay Co-op grounds drew a larger tion" of the entie show for the sharp- "tinkerers dream come true."
I than expected field of 68 cars: and looking vintage "vette. "That's half the fun, working on
their proud owners from all over the Randy Kietz was second in the those old cars really gets into your
region. fourth class with a 1966 Ford Mustang blood," Legg says. "It's work, but its
"It's a great chance for the ownersto' convertable and Thomas Feeney of not like working for someone else.
j get together and share a common Keystone Heights was third with a You can set your own pace, study
interest in restored and classic cars, 1966 Ford Thunderbird. each part of the car: and become
and besides,everyone loves to be in a The fifth class included custom or aquainted with it as you go. I find it
parade," said Show Chairman street rod machines. Jackie McKenzie very relaxing"
I Richard Legg. "The show went very was first with a graceful old 1939 Legg says the parts to the older ,'
well." Ford Tudor. Beverly Daub took se- cars are not as hard to find as one 1 '
Six classes of autos were judged in cond with a 1940 Ford coupe and might think."Several. wl
i the show this year. Daniel Daub, her father, was third small companies ( kA 1925 Model-T Ford touring car with his 1947 Plymouth sedan. specialize in making parts on discon-
\ owned by Jenkins Construction Co. The sixth class included vintage tinued automobiles," Legg said.
took first place In class number one- trucks taxies and commercial "Most of them are in the Northeast,
: Pre-1930 antiques. David Smith was vehicles in general. so you have to order them by mail,
second with his 1929 Model-A Ford Vernon McManus was first in the and they are a bit more expensive, of
Coupe and Toby O'Farrel took third sixth division with his 1924 Midel T course, than they would have been if
with a 1920 Model-T Ford Roadster.The Ford Pickup, Ferrel Keaton was se- they were still widely produced, but This is murk of distinction
cond with a 1960 Chevy Pick-up and antique cur ownersIf
second class included cars in I've never paid more than what I con-
the 1930-1942 antique series. Joe and Gene Cox was third with a 1946 Willy's sidered a reasonable price on parts
Anne Brown took a first place trophy Jeep. for my cars."
with their 1931 Model-A Ford Coupe. Twelve used cars were listed for "Body parts are more expensivethan
Mark Kikta was second: with a 1939! sale at the show and even about eight motor parts" he continued.
Chevrolet sedan and Auther Atkinswas flea-market vendors were attractedto "But there are several body shops In
third in the class with a rare 1941 the site to sell their wares. Gainesville and one in Keystone
Crosley.In The show was also assisted by an Heights that are known for their workon
the third class, which included organization from Hollister, FI. call- the older models."
1946-1957 antiques,Jim Schmidt took ed "Vintage Car Restorators Inc." Legg says the real challenge: in
first place with his 1957 Chevrolet which, according to Legg, provided
hard-top. Samuel Adams was second support and advice that helped out See Page 5
with a 1955 Ford Thunderbird and "tremendously." John Brown's Home CenterHas
Paul Schneider took third with a 1951 Gifts were donated by three area


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set Monday, July 19, from 6-7 p.m.
at the Starke campus at Bradford re & Carpet
.High School. ;
Students registering in Starke for 131 N. Cherry St.
classes in Gainesville must registerat Starke, Florida -
this time or during regular office 964-7423
hours Tuesday-Thursday, July 13-15. IJJ\1\
After this time it will be necessary to Will Be
register In Gainesville for SFCC
classes held there.Registration /Q CLOSEDSaturday
for SFCC classes in
Starke is also under way daily,8 a.m.

to Fall 3:30: term p.m. night classes offered in July 17 Lake Butler Farm Center

Starke will Include College Composition thru
Interpersonal Communication, Hwy 121 S. Lake Butler
Sculpture, World History, Religion in Tuesday August 3 Fertiliter: >+flay
America, Principles of Physical ir 496-3921
Science, Social Sciences, Basic Math I'm Seeds OPEN M-F 7:30-5:30: : Sat. 7:30-12:00: : f1he
Skills Lab, Fundamentals in Physical going on Vacation!! # /]cads
Science, Introduction to An- See 'P\ants
thropology,and Principles of Accoun- ya Wednesday, We Carry: ayTwlne
ting 1.Classes. will meet one evening a August 4th at 9:00 % : -l A Complete Line of "'

week, 7 to 9:45 SFCC will offer &"** Purina Feed and
class i t f tr nf if H* Ralston
one Major day 20th time Century, Religion Introduction which to- f Two Things to Remember: Purina Health Products

will meet Monday and Wednesday, 1. SALE IN AUGUST l
10:30: to 11:45: a.m.
Fall term classes begin Aug. 24 and 2. Needlework show in fall "Shur Gain"

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, u", tUt' !. Armed Robbery Backus. Woman Hurt; Roberts. Armadillo Causes i, Hampton Driver

At Advance Elect. Car TotaledSara 1-Car Accident Arrested July 4 .
Burglaries ReportedIn Starke Man
"! A young black man entered the Advanced Starke Martin,62,of Temple Terrace Cited In AccidentJames Constance Marie Davis, 18, of Anthony Conrad Carroll, 21, of
Electronics office on East Fl., was taken to Alachua General July Hampton was arrested July 4 for;:a
Starke -
Call Street in Starke July 1. pulled) a Someone entered a house in Hospital with a possible broken arm Herbert Chitty of Starke was 6 was CR-227 injured that started an when she number of counts, according to
i. knife on the secretary and demandedher Saratoga Heights July 1 taking after an accident on US-301 south of cited with failure to yield the right of swerved on to miss an armadillo( in the Patrolman Jerry Miller.
< money. several rings valued at approximately Starke on July 5, The 1982 Cadillacwas way in an accident north of Starke on Carroll was charged with having no
e .. The man put the money in his $3,700, according to Lt. Lane totaled in the accident.The US-301 July 2, according to Trooper roadway. lost valid driver's license driving while
Davis driving a 1981 Mercury
pocket and left, with his method of Sibley. vehicle was northbound when Kenneth Ethridge. control of her vehicle when she swerved intoxicated, fleeing or attempting to
P f. lit' travel and direction unknown. The investigation is continuing into for unknown reasons the driver Lee Chitty driving a 1975 Dodge, was to avoid the animal. The Mercury elude a police officer and wilful-
;' According to the secretary the man the robbery. Ann Martin 22, locked the wheels of traveling south on US-301 He pulledin rolled 3' times, to rest wanton reckless driving.
,j 4 was approximately 5'7"or 5'8", in his the vehicle..The vehicle slid off Into front of a 1979 Chrysler from a over down. it comimg Total bond for the four charges was
. *; early 20's medium length hair wear Sometime during the past month the median and rolled onto its top. cross-over causing the accident. upside $750. Carroll was released from
; J ing a medium blue pull-over shirt and someone removed jewelry from a The driver was not injured In the accident Damage to the Chrysler driven by Rescue 60 transported Davis to Bradford County Jail on a surety
Alachua General
black trousers and was clean cut. He home on Madison Street, it was Gail Kleinhanzl of Ohio was 1500. Hospital. bond.
" was weilding a knife with a five-inch reported July 1,according to Lt.Lane The value of the Cadillac was listedat Damage to Chitty's 1975 Dodge was Damage to the Mercury was $5,000
i f' blade, according to Patrolman Steve Sibley. $15,000, according to Trooper D. C $350. according to Trooper B. A. Williams. SeePugelO


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ObituariesHomer _1 Il mj Jf: fi!! IIIlIiL' IIJI.f1m: J II J.fl J liIIlI I I tIUlf II I //1[ '. L. 111 IT 1 It 1" J r I I II lUll U ItUUL .. 1m. 1 1111 11I111 II FSI Inmate '

Monday, In Savannah, Ga., with Mary McGregor Allen 1
Britt Cobb burial in Greenwich Cemetery., Jones graveside in Crosby Lake Cemetery, years then moved back to Hampton Stabbed To Death
Homer Britt Funeral Home, Keystone Heights, in with Rev Leroy Olive officiating. where he has resided since. lie at funeral services will be
Cobb, 78, of Keystone Jones held today, Thursday, at 11 a.m ftr An inmate' ill' Florida Slate Prison
of local Funeral Home, of Starke, tended the
; Heights,died charge arrangements. was Lantern Park Baptist
residence Saturday,July 10, at his in charge of arrangements Church in Lake City. !Mary McGregor Allen, 80, of Stnrke. died (it slab numb early Wednesdayniormnii
following a long illness. at the Kmgsley Lake Cemetery, with
Born In Adel, Georgia, on Sept. 11, Henry II. Ilardee, Sr. Survivors Include one sonIr! Rev. Leroy Olive officiating.Mrs. Inmate ..HroimMalthtu Harold,
1903, Mr. Cobb moved to Keystone Mac Allen Henry H. Hardee, Jr., of Sarasota, Allen died Monday, July 12, il 25 a black male: from Duval County
Heights five and a half years ago Marjorie Henry Harold Hardee, Sr., 65, of Fla.; one daughter, Mrs. karen Mc- the Bradford County Hospital follow. was seen running from awing II'I II!
from Hialeah, Fla. He was an Army Marjorie Mae Allen, 54, of Starke, Hampton, died Sunday in Jackson- Coy of Fort Henning, Ga.; one ing a short illness. a.m. on July 14. Harold collapsed in
Veteran of World War II, and a died Wednesday, July 7. in Bradford ville Naval Hospital following a brief brother, Mr. Odis Hardee, of Ocala, Horn in Cleveland, Onio, July 19 I he main corridor. He apparently
retired: ( farmer and painter. County Hospital following a long il- illness. and 10 grandchildren. 19801, Mrs. Allen had lived in the died from the stab wound "
Survivors include three sisters, lness. He was born and raised in Bradford Funeral service Starke area for over 28 moving The State Attorney ordered:! the
Mrs. Flonnie C. Smith of Keystone Born in Illinois on Sept.3, 1927,Mrs. County,the son of the late Emory and 4 Tuesday were the conducted at here from Ohio.Survivors years !Medical Examiner: to perform an
pm. at
Heights, Mrs. Myra M. Coswell of Allen had lived in the Starke area for Susie Sullivan Hardee, former Tanner Chapel of Archie include her sister, Mrs. autopsy.
Fun'raillome with Rev.
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Jewell'. i he last 10 years.Survivors pioneer residents of Bradford County.Mr. Eugene Peterson Izelta Rudolph of Geneva, Ohio; a L. K. Turner. Investigator for FSP
Manta of Melrose four include her son, DennisL. Hardee entered the U.S. Army officiating. Burial is the into
; brothers Arie was in ( nephew, Don Allen of Kritland Ohio conducting investigation
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L., of Jacksonville,Arthur A., Newton Bernovich, of Raiford; and a good and served in World War II, the military rites. Achie Tanner and a sister-in-law' Mrs. Mercedes !.he stabbing.
nah, Ga.Funeral'. Funeral services were held on Fri Class. Jones Funeral Home Starke is in I 2nd degree murder from Duval
'services will be held on day, July 9, at 10:30: a.m. from the He moved to Lake City for several rangements. charge of arrangements. ,Counly

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".: Lr Robert M. Paterson, School Eight years ago at the start of nave helped me develop a knowledgeof
I Hoard Member from Clay Country negotiations with the teacher's union, the workings of the Florida State
School District I I. has announced his he attended a college course at Department of Education." I AVAILABLECase
intention to run for re-election in this William and Mary University at Continuity of the school board and 'h 4 POSITION
fall> 1'1..lion. Williamsburg, Va. taking a course in the Superintendent of schools have ?
f' Negotiations.He allowed a careful development of'an ,\ ,
said he feels that his
Paterson has been Vice-president of the excellent administrative staff r
over a Director for Community'Care
years of working in the Clay: school Slate School Board Association end period of years,"he cont inued. "Mostof Manager/Project
system is a "definite value to the served on it's legislative committee in these staff personnel have movedup for the Elderly Program at Bradford-Union,
school system
Tallahassee. into the administration. This Guidance Clinic
>' He has worked as a' Parents- Paterson has repeatedly said that should be an encouraging fact to ambitious
't Teachers-Association (PTA) president working in Tallahassee is some of the young teachers in pur RESPONSIBILITIESReceives
i: at the elementary, middle and most important time a school board system.
high school level, as a member of a member can spend."Recognition "A sincere desire to have'the Lest
., citizen's advisory committee, five by those in control in school system we can develop with referrals, screens clients, develops ser*
:i years a carnival chairman in Green Tallahassee is another plus I offer(the the resources available to us,coupled ;fi vices plans and secures services for CommunityCare
| Cove Springs, twenty years as a voters in this county," Paterson said. with 20-years of school board experience -
school board member and twelve "The yearly experiences of attendingthe is what I am asking (the clients. Coordinates and supervises. all
i years as School Board Chairman. conferences in the state capitol voters to consider at the polls." Robert I'ateriionFrank aspects of the Community Care Project

Cotton in District 21 Salary range: $11,800 $13,800
'Ii race for house seat

I Stating that the citizens of District ready to try something new by elec- "The effect of redistricting might dominant in the 1982 elections." He Available: September 1, 1982
r 21 (Clay County, the east half of Brad- ting single term Representatives surprise some Democrats," Cotton feels that "every Republican victory
ford, and the northwest corner of St. whose sole concern is the interest of says. "There may be'm re in 1982 will strengthen the resolve of For information call David
Johns County) deserve better the majority of "Florida's hardwork- Republican-minded voters in the nor Congress to keep in place (the plans it McCampbell,
representation than they have received law-abiding citizens." thwest corner of St.Johns County and has enacted into' law because of the 964-4545 jAn
in the Florida Legislature, Frank Cotton says his second reason for the east half of Bradford than the leadership of the Reagan Administra-
Cotton, Orange Park Republican, has running is his belief in the Republican Democrats expected when they cut tion." equal opportunity affirmative action employer
announced his candidacy for State Party platform and the programs of the new District 21 lines," Cotton
Representative."My the Reagan administration. Cotton is believes.
close observation of the 1982 pleased that Clay County will have its Cotton says his third reason for
Florida Legislature leads me to first Republican Primary contest in making the race"is that the 1982 elections -
believe that a monkey who didn't the District 2 County Commissionrace are critical in the life' of
even know how to peel a banana, where Lee Drawdy, incumbent, America." He intends to use his can We have the one!
could have served in the 1982 Florida is running for State Legislator didacy"to urge continued support for
Legislature with distinction," Cotton District 21, on the Democratic ticket. the conservative, corrective pro-
said in announcing his candidacy at Cotton says that Republican grams in place in the nation today"
the June meeting of the Clay County strength is building in Clay County,as In Cotton's view, "Liberals can
Republican Party, indicated by the 47 % vote he won in stall or regain control of the destiny of Coronamatic 2200
Cotton beliovf fK. .. people are Clav Countv in the I9BO House" race. America if the Democrat vote is

I Wheelhouse for Clay CommissionFranklin $39900
$50 Trade-In Allowance
T.Tom( ) Wheelhouse announces County Chapter 114th Disabled
that he will file as a Veterans;, Finance Officer for the on any SCM 2200, 2500 or c- r .Carbon Mm'
Republican candidate for the District American Legion Post 338, Orange .Nylon 'lubfl'Correction.
II seat on the Clay County Commis- Park; and Board of Directors and Electronic Typewriter .. tapeRed
Manager of the Orange Park Lions Blue
sion.A Qreer arowrThe
nine-year resident of Clay Coun- Club
ty, Wheelhouse and his wife Rose live
in Lakeside Estates in Orange Park. "Innovative planning to meet the newest Smith-Corona'
Wheelhouse has a broad rapid growth of Clay County; Road
background of career and volunteer Maintenance and new construction, LI::: the electric portable...
i experience including years in the U.S. increased housing; development of fAT
Navy; as Electronics Engineer for agriculture; natural resources and 4) OFFICE
the U.S. Government; Transportation new industry; logistical and medicalcare SHOP
for senior and disabled citizensare Used
I and Traffic Management; 20 years
spent as a Real Estate Broker; some of the issues I will address Fruit lill Wlievlh'w HOW.Call St.
K-Mart Corporation Claims before and after the campaign," 9645764Storlm.
Manager; Past Commander, Clay Wheelhouse said. .Flo TypewritersFor

I ; WUFT-FMPresents Wine-tasting benefit '. = Sale

WUFT-FM Classic 89 will hold a plementary cheeses and wines noon, courtesy of the Joan Ling
benefit wine tasting Sunday, July 18, grouped together,and a checklist will Gallery. ':::
from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Spanish Courtof be provided so people can keep noteson .
the Thomas Center in Gainesville. their reactions and preferences.Live Tickets, which are $10 each or$18. -
background music will be per couple, are available until July 16
Hosted by"The Wine and Cheese played by guitarist Charlie Bush and at Mike's Bookstore, Spec's Music, gAVE WllhL
Gallery, there will be an assortment bassist David 'Hugel, performing The Wine and Cheese Gallery, and the
bf I Imported wines cheeses and beers, baroque and jazz works."A Special ex-' Joan Ling Gallery; all'fn GainPsVTIle,
along with breads and crackers. The hibit of the paintings of Roger or from WUFT-FM by calfing
Instinc; will be arranged with com- Banspmer will h.. Hinp for the after 3925200.



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:: Owners Try to Return Old Cars to 'O ;ginal' Condition LustreFrom


:: Page 1 the way they go about It, but their keep in good condition. Besides as Doyle Conner Building in Gainesville
f simplicity pays off in the fuel bills," I've said before, working on them is at 7-30: pm. Anyone who wishes to
restoration is to make a car as much he says. "Once of half the fun and talk cars
you get one or more anyway. join or just to come by
like it was in days gone by as possible. thses cars fixed up and running it The Antique Car Club meets on the with members can call Legg at
I I' "Quite a few people have older cars really doesn't take that much effort to first Wednesday of each month at the 473-2082 for further information.
that are souped up or modified in
some way,"he said. "Mainly becauseit
takes more effort and a lot of patience

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order parts from have a long backlogso
there's a waiting list."
Legg says he thinks the U.S.and the
.. rest of the world may have lost
something in the new car designs. $6000 -
t "Well they are a lot more complexand .
I I,r u I they do many more things than
they used to able to but I wonder if
they are as reliable as they used to
be, Legg says as he holds the
original repair kit for his 1937
Chrysler. "Back in those days you Drive Out .
really didn't have tp know too much to
get out and fix the car yourself if
anything went wrong."
Legg says he gets good milage from
his old cars as well. I Including Tax
Hand crank opens front windshield "They're not too sophisticated in

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State ComptrollerRalph _

Comptroller.For candidacy Haben. for recently the office announcedhis of State Special Purchase! 1979 1979 1978

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two years as Speaker of the Florida
House of Representatives. He has aresponsibillty
to clearly articulate the 1976 Ford F-250 $13195AH
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legislative and otherwise. ri84Ouaker Qt Oil.I
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public concerning financial: issues '
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'. in that office,but I charge that lack of 2$5
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directors of his And Hammer 11 \ Soft velour or terry
banking during eight
years. It Is impossible to achieve continuity 65-oz. box of con- towels pastels In stripes pretty For.The Best Price in Florida On A New Car or Truck
with that rate of turnover in LAUNDRY centratedlaundry or/florals
I the most important aspect of his DETERGENT powder for a clean, L ...6 ,.. Sllght Ml gulerS.
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':1 banking system and the Florida consumer Through Some Items. No Sale' To Dealer SUrtt,Ftanii Starke, Florida 964-7200 206 W. Madison St., a
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I,':' ,,onr. q ,, 1' J' t.f' t. Angaleta Haymans "Pig Peddler" Supreme i

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f r.;t;!::! r Basks in Tribute from Livestock Producers |,.".

b:: Y'M "With a lovi: youth, a strong and 45 steers shown brought$93,500. -
"f"r" untiring voice, and a knack Counting in the 48 pigs that brought
i- : jr at1 ting the highest dollar, Angaleta in another $26,802, Angaleta raised .J
;<': IS Haymans has helped make our steer grand total of $120,302 for the young ti Y
"r" and swine sales successful for the livestock farmers in the two counties.
'f'<'->',$ 4fL' past several years. She has given her Every year Ms. Haymans donatesher 1
I' services freely and supports our time seven youth-oriented auction .,.J
endeavors in every way" like Starke's, but her real / :
Thus reads the complimentary specialty is selling commercial .
a. i ic dedication to the vivacious"Pig Ped-- livestock to the highest bidders at the .
Uyppr dler" on the fly leaf of the 1982 Annual Gainesville stockyards three days a -
4-H and FFA Steer and Swine Sale week. i:.:
souenir book,sponsored jointly by the She doesn't even dfraw the line at ':':'
L tr Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association selling goats,although she might hold
+f and the Bradford-Union Swine her nose and proclaim,"Come on now
Producers.The here's a real smelly one Pee- I
dedication was the highligh of a yewl"Angaleta
surprise dinner given in her honor at would put a tobacco auctioneer J7a.
the Western Steer Steak House in to shame with her macine-gun ( "
Starke. delivery. ::
Mrs. Haymans has auctioned off "Who'll gimme 30, gimme 30, ; ::
uri more than a million dollars worth of gimme a 30 dollar bill?" Keeping her ?-s
r swine produced by 4-H and FFA eye peeled for the flick of an eyelid,or .. .ieY1 ...
members, at the Bradford County a raised eyebrow signifying a higherbid .3rc :1
Fair since 1972. All of this vocal ,she chirps, "Now I got a 30, got a :'j
energy, delivered by the "Pig Ped- 30. Who'll make it 31?"
dler" in her own inimitable style,was In their well-deserved tribute to .-
freely given by Ms.Haymans because The Pig Peddler, the livestock producers :..
1 of her love and interest in young people said, "She has become a fix "
ens and their projects. ture in our sales and is well known Jimmy Brown (left), president of the Bradford-Union Cattlemen's :J
A, Although she won the "Livestock and respected by buyers, exhibitors, Assn., and James K,Stalnaker, president of the Swine Producers Assn., y l
.t Auctioneer's World Championship"in and spectators. Her reputation as an present dedicatory yearbook to auctioneer Angaleta \Haymans. S?
1968, Ms. Haymans considers the auctioneer is above reproach..." (Photo by Galen Moses Gainesville Sun) ;":
treatment she receives in Bradford- The words were as sweet to
d Union Counties to be the highest Angaleta's ears as the strawberrieswere asr'I
3"R honor of all. to her taste. 3
To show their appreciation for her r : OPEN 8.5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8.12 Sat. Stop By or Call 5?
work at the past ten swine shows, :
each exhibitor brought her
youthful a 964-7911 M
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strawberries during this year's auc- Starke, Florida K
tion. THEATREStarke .1'..:
"I had more strawberries than I We Install and Check System
knew what to do with" Ms. Haymansaid. 964.5451 ...
"One of the kids brought me a (FREE)
4 rose, and another gave me a little Fri. thru Tues 3
bracelet with my name on it.
tAngaleta Of all her acheivements, that of
I "getting the highest i'A5 g
i Ii bably the quality for which Bradford Au '...
and Union County junior farmers --
value her the most. of STARKE .,:.
When the Cattleman's Associationheld
its lirst 4-H and FFA steer sale in z
1972, exhibitors brought only eight GREASE IS STILL
animals to the auction, which sold fora THE WORD TOP QUALITY BATTERIES AT REASONABLE PRICES w
Haymans hugs Jason Smith of Haiford, this year's grand $17,000.
champion pig exhibitor. Inset below shows"The Pig Peddler" with some
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of the strawberries presented to her at Bradford County Fair. high-pitched year but persuasive voice,the Stocking the Batteries YOU May Need

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Clay Sheriff Jennings Murrhee says Friday Saturday "NEW" Alternators Over Automotive Commercial Marine
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to Clay County Sheriff the law enforcement officers, the though the testimony may be self- TAPS
Jennings Murrhee the state's exclu- sheriff said, incriminating. Immunity is granted FREE DELIVERY SAVERS :3ti
sionary rule governing evidence ad- "The exclusionary rule has a chill- primarily in cases where the only ISundayMondayTuesdayViSfnNS : i
missible in criminal proceedings has ing effect on police officers trying to witnesses available are involved in
caused the suppression of much do their jobs,' concurred FDLE Com- the crime.
evidence in Florida's courts which missioner Jim York at a recent press "There are two types of immunity II
would have been admissable in conference in Tallahassee.The use and transactional," Murrhee explained -
federal and other state courts. new proposal which is the "With transactional immunity '
J "Florida is one of the few states in latest of many such attempts in recent like we had before this new proposal HOSflp ; Whirlpools
the nation with the exclusionaryrule years to do away with the present the witness gets immunity for \ I
," Murrhee said "I'm glad to see laws,would delete from the state any criminal activity he or she is call- s Fan H
the voters now have a chance to improve constitution the exclusionary rule in ed to testify about." I wl"I'I r '-- 4".1t"'A'Ir Direction"Control : t"
law enforcement efficiency in its present form and allow state law "Now, only use Immunity is required "
this state by removing this over- enforcement officials to adhere to by law. This type of immunity PLUS it
restrictive legislation." more moderate federal standards provides only that the witness's ModeIAHW.h80.4 I ,., ,;,. Energy Saving Options' : Jj
Most Florida sheriffs as well as which provide that if evidence is criminal activity may not be proven ALIEN Slide-out Chassis
most of the rest of the state law en- found by an officer "acting in good through the testimony" he or she is required !, ': : R
forcement community feel that faith," then that evidence is ad- to give. $50OFF EASY TERMS \ !
federal legislation will adequately missable in court.
protect the rights of individual The new immunity law concerns BTU/Hr._ LOW INTERST _
citizens while removing what they statutes which permit the state to I Florida Power & Light Co.
feel is an unnecessary burden from compel a witness to testify even I
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1ft County CourtNonJury .' Lake Geneva Man struck Shea's vehicle. Shea then left driving across the centerline and partially Mittelstadt, driving a 1977 ings States Attorney's ofice, le '

;; I TrialS Hits Holiday Inn the scene heading east on. Washington in the eastbound lane. Mlchae:I; Chevrolet overtook a 1981 Oldsmobile was arrested on March 9.t am his

St. Wayne Pike 42, of Starke, driving i I which was slowing on SR-i. Mit. Keystone residence and charggftvith[
Kenneth Etheridge, 19, of Stark Ross Flowers of Lake Geneva was According to Patrolman Jerry 1981 Pontiac, was eastbound. Shaw'i I telstadt failed to slow or swerve and two felony counts, possessior&sj;: ca-
: was found guilty July 12 in Bradford cited July 6 for having no tag on his Miller Shea was apprehended Z miles vehicle failed to cross back into th.> hit the Oldsmobile In the rear. He caine and possession of()ver.2( j1ms

County Court of wilful and wanton vehicle after an accident on US-301 east of Starke on SR-16. proper lane and hit the rear of th.I then left the scene of the accident. of marijuana, in addition to .ajMsde-

t reckless driving. north. Damage to the Datsun was $3,000. Pontiac which then slid into a ditch 1 Driver of the Oldsmobile, Joseph meanor charge of possession A former girl friend filed a complaint Flowers was parked at Powell's Damage to the Pontiac was $1,000. and hit a culvert. Hugh Gardner, 75, of Keystone paraphernalia. |
with the Bradford sheriffs office Dairy Freeze, put his vehicle in Total bond for Shea was set at$900. Damage to the Chevrolet was $400. Heights and his wife Helen Gardner

t. charging Etheridge ran her vehicle reverse and floorboarded the Shea was released from the Bradford Damage to the Pontiac was $600, according 72, were treated and released from, The misdemeanor charge was&lropped -
off the road. Assistant State At- acelerator. The 1978 Toyota became County Jail after a surety bond was to Trooper William\ Abrams. North Florida Regional Hospital in and in return for a "no coolest"

torney Mack Futch presented the airborne, crossed US-301 scraped posted. Gainesville. plea from Grayson on the caine

case for the state against Ethridge. power poles, crossed a vacant lot, Minor Traffic Mittelstadt was treated and released charge, the other, felony ctiirge,
Judge George H. Pierce placed jumped the curb of the parking lot at Marijuana FoundIn from Bradford County Hospital. possession of marijuana wasg also

Ethndge on probation for a period of the Holiday Inn and knocked down a Truck In DitchJohn Mishaps in Starke Damage to the Oldsmobile was dropped according to Burnett i
60 days. During the 60 days Ethridge palm tree. The vehicle then scraped I
e Lucretia Ann Tanner, 17, of Starke 4500. Damage to the Chevrolet was
is to break no laws end will have to the brick side of the building. Roland Luke was arrested July was northbound on US-301 in the in- 750. according to Trooper William Penalty for the cocaine charge is a
f pay the court costs in the amount of Rescue 60 responded to the acci- 11 and charged with possession of side lane, driving a 1978 Oldsmobile. Abrams. maximum of 5-years in the estate
6950. dent taking Flowers to Bradford parathernalia and possession of less and/or$5,000 fineSairual i .
Henry Mitchell Jonas, 17, of Jacksonville Total bond for Mittelstadt was set prison system
County Hospital. Flowers was taking than 20 grams of cannibus. driving a 1979 Buick, was also at $550. He was released on his own Hughes, 26, another
medication and may have had a Luke, 23, of Starke was arrested northbound in the outside lane. Jonas recognizance and was turned over to Keystone Heights man, was also
seizure which could have caused the after he claimed a truck which had charged with of marijuanain
attempted to turn into the Holiday Naval authorities when it was learned
Lawtey ManCharged accident according to Patrolman been in the ditch behind the Starke Inn, moving into the designated lane Mittelstadt was AWOL from the U. S. connection with this same cse! but
In Conspiracy Steve Backus. Auto Center. Visible in the truck were of travel of Tanner and was struck.: failed to appear June 14 for the hear

I Damage to the vehicle was $300. several marijuana leaves. Damage to the Oldsmobile was$75. ing before Judge Winegeart. *
Aaron Frank Taylor 47, of Lawtey, Damage to the shrubbery at the Holiday Further investigation found a water Navy.KII
Damage to the Buick was $25 according Man Arrested
arrested July 12 and charged roach rolling and
was Inn was $300. pipe clips papers to Lt. Eston Mosher. "There Is presently an outstanding
with to traffic in a controlled lb. of malithion "
conspiracy /a according to capius for his arrest, says Bur/iett.
substance namely cocaine. Starke Youth Patrolman Steve Backus. For Cocaine According to an earlier report from

According to Investigator Don Den- Arrested In AccidentDaniel Bond was set at $400, Luke was AWOL Sailor the Clay Shernf's Departmen, when

ton, Taylor did discuss and negotiatethe released on his own recognizance. Arrested for Stanley William Grayson, 29, Grayson was arrested at his,Raker
t price of cocaine and the desire to Wayne Shea, 18, of SLarke Keystone Heights, awaits sentencing Road residence, Hughes wasp* there

.I purchase the cocaine in Starke was arrested July 2 and charged with Hit And RunA by Circuit Judge Lamar Winegeart, but left the scene. He later turned

sometime between April 1 and May two counts of driving while Intox- Raiford Woman Cited New York man was arrested in set July 30, on charges of possession himself into the Clay County Jail

11. booked into the Brad- icated, and leaving the scene of an accident For Careless Driving Starke after he left the scene of an ac- of cocaine which stems from a March where he was arrested and charged.
Taylor was with property damage according cident July 7 west of Keystone 9 arrest here by Clay County >"\
ford County Jail under a $10,000 bond. to Patrolman N. Jackson. Dorothy Dowling Shaw, 72, of Heights on SR-100. Deputies.Grayson. Burnett stated that the marijuanawas
The Federal Division of Law Enforcement Sheadriving a 1979 Pon- Raiford was cited for careless found in automobile.At .
driving Kevin T. Mittelstadt, 20, was charged appearing June 14, Hughe's
in Gainesville conductedthe tiacdisregarded the red light on in an accident on SR-16 west of Starkeon with driving while intoxicated, entered a plea of no contest to the the time of their' attests,

investigation of conspiracy. US-301 north causing an accident at July 8. leaving the scene of an accident with charge. Grayson bonded out with A $756
Taylor was released on a surety the intersection. Frank G. Allison of Shaw, driving a 1978 Chevrolet sta- injuries and having no valid driver's According to prosecuting attorney blanket bond and Hughes bonded out

bond July 14Instructions. Jacksonville, driving a 1980 Datsun, tionwagon, was westbound on SR-16 license. Burnett of the Green Cove Spr- under a $3,500 bond. :;:,

For plication. Those who want to make the names, addresses, and telephone that the Florida Division of Forestryis that the activity they see near the does affect them." ':

Retirees certain that their benefit paymentswill numbers of the doctors who treated determined to crack down on sinceit scene of a fire might be important to The Division of Forestry's., fire

Early begin on time may apply as earlyas them and the medical facilities where is the cause of about one-third of all investigators. It isn't a matter of con- prevention motto these days i is: "it's"
Persons who are planning to retire three months before they want they were treated for their wildfires. cealing evidence as much as it is not respectable to turn in an arsonist.

before age 65 should apply for their benefits to start." disabilities. "Few people would think twice knowing what might help catch an ar The statement is especially true if the

monthly Social Security benefits no Benefits can be paid only for mon "People who do not have all these about calling the police if they saw sonist. crime was committed "in your neck
later than the last day of the month ths a person meets the eligibility requirements documents should not delay applying signs that a burglary was in pro- "Secondly, many people don't wantto of the woods." >

they want benefits to begin A Glenn throughout the entire for benefits," Moore emphasizes. "It gress," says State Forester John get involved, especially if they feel Mlt

Moore Social Security district month.To is possible that other records could Bethea, "but when it comes to the they aren't personally affected by the

manager in Gainesville, said recently facilitate the processing of their serve the same purpose. Applicantscan crime of woods arson, many citizens arson. And finally, most people don't 3

application for Social Security learn what other documents may don't notify the authorities about realize just how much woods arson!! .- 'J,

Generally benefits payable for benefits, applicants should bring to be submitted by contacting their local suspicions or evidence they might
months before age 65 can begin no the Social Security office their Social Social Security office. The address have." t

\ earlier than the month of application. Security card; proof of age; a mar and telephone number of the nearest The State Department of 1, ,,

j This limitation also applies to widows riage certificate for those applying Social Security office can be found in Agriculture and Consumer Services,

'1 and widowers who will receive for wife's, widow's, or widower's the telephone directory. of which the Division of Forestry is a

benefits before their 65th birthday. benefits; children's birth certificates, part, believes there are some basic
"However" Moore said "a person where applicable; and records of Woods! ArsonIs reasons for this attitude about woods

I who applies for benefits after age 65 their earnings during the precedingtwo Crime arson. 'H

can receive benefit payments for up years. In addition, persons apply a "For one thing," says Bethea, "it I
to six months before the month of ap- ing for disability benefits should have Woods arson is one of the crimes just doesn't register with most people {

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Union County AdsFOR LOOK US OVER I ). .

___u__ ERVIN TRIEST S/D residential building
loll close to everything recorded S/D

SERVICESCUSTOM Clay County. Your Inspection invited .;
POODLI LOST Female, $5000 up with good terms.
extra perlence In finishing
MADE DRAPERIES gray. short hair short tail.palnt.d MELBA K. ILCEN. REALTOR
blue toenails.name large swimming floors, 5 p.m. until 12:30:
RENT Union County Tim., Free estimates. Local landscaped yard. severalout a.m. shift. Contact Mrs 473-4816 I
85 SW 2nd Av., lake distributor for completely Spyder wearing flea building, .with 2-5 Padgett at UGH 496-2323 475-227 ,- )
washable nationally collar' and yellow collar ..
Butler. Phone 496.2261 formore located SR 18 ,4 vn'W" ,
acres pn between a.m. and 12;
REALTOR with bell. Worthington
Springs -
advertised GardsetteDraperies. ,
Information. TFN near Worthington Springs, noon. 2tchg 7/8 7/15. area. Phone 496-2227.: .
SAW Enter '
101 1. finance Call < "0)
Your Union County Realtor owner STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS:
$25 Reward. 7/15.
RENT TO OWN: A N.w prises.. Ed or lomoStephen. Itpd 496-3625 after 7 p.m. TFN Needs neIghborhood Starke Ads .JA
360 N. Main St. 4962219.
Baldwin Piano of your :2/4. 'ladies. Work at home. Call
496.2126 496-2903 choice. Parramore Music. 5/1 180TFN. REAL JEEPS CARS PICKUPS From 275-2197 for Interview. t
904732.6776 Ocala. 7/8 4 FAMILY YARD-SALE Westof $35. Available at localGovt Itpd 715.UNION. FOR SALE
FOR SALE tfn Providence. Household ESTATE Auctions. For Directory FOR SALE;

IDEAL FARM: Approx. 28 ocr., .ction of Providence Items Infant adult call 805-687-6000. Ext. .
with Sit. clothes, used tires 9 a.m. LOOKING FOR a special 1136. Call refundable. 4tpd FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF USED ALUMINUM PlATES:
3 BR from. home fireplace. on high CUSTOM BUILT
until :2 Saturday, July COUNTY
point of property. Nic. barn with 8 stalls and equip BRICK HOME p.m. piece of property If I 7/1 7/87/157/22. COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. 24x36", 25 cents eoih Used

space. F.nc.d and cro. f.nc.d pasture and crop :2 BR, 1 bath, fireplace, 17. ltchg715.CHILOCARE. I will babysitfor don't have It, III find It-Just FREE ENGLISH IVY Potted TIMES Fibered Snow Whit. In printing newspoper
.... Caladiums Mobile, Home Roof '
ask JANE S. USHER, 25 cents to $5 496-2261 Coating Great for minor 'repairobs.
land. Fronts 2 roads. Circle drive at entrance of home. family room, access to $15 weekly child.
per REALTOR 496-2126 or Weeping Willow tree $5. 34.95 per 5 gal. Starke Bradford County;
Ideal for horse farm smalt farmer SOME Lake Butler |
or crop Mary Monday thru Saturday,
496.2903, eves., "Your Silver Dollar Eucalyptustrees Paint Center 9648181. Telegraph 964-'305! If n.
FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYER. Moeller Realtor from 6:30: a.m. until 5:30: 4/15 IfnELECTRIC
Realtor tfn $6. 6 old Parkinlonla
Union County year CARPET, NEW A USED: Furniture
Large acreage available In Union County with fin. I 3764471. p.m. For more informationcall 3/26. trees $10. Contrary B-B-QUE grills, < appliances

avail. 25 to 300 acres for sale in Union County. Sam. 496-3406 after 5 p.m. FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Mary' Garden SR 121, new. On stand $-40. table Plumb. fixtures and jjipes.
pric. have b..n r.duc.d and financing arranged to Itpd 7/15. NEEDSiCall Venera Brown Lacrosse. 462-1561 closed models $25.>Coll 964-5251 .BARGAIN <:ENi R.jS.301

expedite .01.1! PART-TIME HOURS FULL 496-3022 Sandy Hoien Sunday and Monday. 3tchg after 5 p.m. 4/22 tfn .So:". 964.6679. :2/5 tfn
Batten natural from. home on Iocr. between Lak. TIME EARNINGS. INSURANCEMAINES 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon 7/137/227/29. IOWCC54 I 2 POLLED HERFORD DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN
Butl.r and Raiford off SR-121 Become a Standby 496-3140. Tiffin and 1MO 650 YAMAHA 5,800 5.4 5154V breeding bulls. approx HOUSE* del';"Voulh.
Old fashion type home, large with high ceilings. Dealer. No experience INSURANCE AGENCY Owens. Inc. Realtors Rt. :2 miles, $1,500. Call 1200 to 1400 Ibs. 4 years 964-6740. We buy'fehd sell
Very attractiv. 2 bedroom home with additional corner n.c..ary. Two openings 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake Box 788 Lake Butler FL. 496.2996. Itpd 7/15. old. 964.5088 964-8762. used furniture'. tfn'd: appliances. .
lot. Pecan trees and grape arbor. On. block off cv llobl.. Call 275-217 Butler 4963978. Complete .tfn chg. 8/6. 6/1OTFN 8/13 tfn ','1RECONDITIONED
Main St. for Int.rvl.w. Insurance Service. TFN HORSE STOCK TRAILER: New TV: t Col.
paint I 1 In good condition i slartiniJ4' 'OO.OO.
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9I.4UU. VO4 oauj: oner 4. ''Trade-In's wet dme.!Phone
AdsNOTICE 6/3 TFN' 964-8212.611"ffiFIREWOOD \d
I Keystone Heights I
1979 DOUBLEWIDE Mobile :'Whi't.'ll" k and

Home: Central air A heat pine, $5 'per 'ru kloacl.

fully carpeted. Excellent Oak 4x4'*. $30 half cord.C .
FOR SALE PERSONAL HELP MISCELLANEOUSBINGO condition. 2 BR, 2 full : Ill! iSu$ hrn.r>cres,
baths,_ and DR. 964-8809.
SERVICES 964- 699., of-.come qut bet
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING LAKE LOT sand bottomedlake WANTED 6/24 4tchg 7/14
on BINGO..AMERICAN Club ween' 9:30 nv'orid 2:30:
-Lions across
should be submitted to the In Hillcrest. $800 FREE PUPPY 6 mo. old| mole| SHULTZ CUSTOM 12 x 66. .and II I for
Lake Monitor officein month. CARPENTER WORKs RETIRED COUPLE for LEGION HALL SR21. from high school. part colli.|| Needs good CASH nice 10 x 0d we ; lopjj
Region down, $146.44 per Extremely : 1/28 ffn"&iSj!
I Saturday., 7 Public In Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 Good .
with chlldr.n.p.m.
Remodeling work. kitch.n of local p.m. home.
and In advance management 20 6000.
writing paid Phone 473-4058 or awning LAKE CROSBY Canal 100x
vit.d.7/1 Ifnchg Regular. 7:30:
cabinets, and trimcarpenter. ; p.m. Itchg 7/15
business time
unless credit is 473-4367 after 6 p.m.7/1 part ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSI Public Invited. 7/1 tIn chg. Negotiable call 7823089. 125,.,$6,500. 1649624.
Reasonable home ..It.availabl. .
mobile .
already established with LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-- Closed Itchg 7/8 W7/1 4tpd 7.3COQUINA
,, this office., Keystone Heights, owner prices. Call 473-2477offer .. Please call Monday 8 1980 SUZUKI GN400X motorcycle SHELL ; for
Monitor staff cannot beheld financed 12 percent In- 5:30: p.m7/l tfnchg 4733193. 8tchg 7/1 8/19 meetings p.m.Open Sp.m. 11,000 miles, sprot driv.ways. Also, Caress
meetings Friday well established next to public boat
SCIENTIFIC Hair Salon Invites
for crash bar bar.
responsible fairing sissy
clear sand P-glbvel
terest. Lots on chips Limerock ,
WORK Alanon Monday on lake Geneva, excellent business opportunity. -
Building patios and
mistakes on classifieds, bottomed lake priced to stylist co-itylists ramp excellent condition. $600 Dramfield rock. coiirete
when ad Is taken over the sell from $12,500. One to addition, remodeling for an Interview. Position p.m.Educational All Building meetings Com.at 12: % assumable mortgage. More details available. I i or belt offer. Call nights gravel building sarfcis SAl

telephone.Classified. three acres with nice trees homes and tile work. Fr.. requires basic skills in cutting 473-2790 after 69648442.78 2tchg top soil. Large orlmoll:
deadline I. from 3600. $500 down, estimates. Phone 473-4473 perming and color as munity Church tfn or BROOKLYN BAY :2 BR, 2 bath. CB home with detached I 1 7/15 loads delivered f ione

Tuesday noon prior to $50 a month. Comm.rcialfrontag.Inv..tm.nt during day. 7/1 fin chg. well as a committment to OVEREATERS 475.2130.711 ANONYMOUSNo chg. garage and guest room and both. Beautiful lot with I I FULLY AUTOMATIC WATER 7823172. Allen E. Ttylor,

I Thursday publication. op NEW GUYS IN TOWN! C.J. recommend professionalhome duet, fees or weigh- 107' of white sandy beach. Low down payment with I CONDITIONER Specail lawtey. 7/1 tfnchg J:
Minimum charge is 15 portunity. SR-21N. Owner- and Arnold's Mobil. Home care products. Anticipate ins meetings Tuesday owner financing. $65,000. Just listed I 1 $599.99 installed. Or 5-V GALV. ROOFING, :
words for $2.50, then 10cents salesman. 4734375.71 Repair and Welding 24 hr. continuous train- open 7:30 St. Anne's I $10.50 per month rental. -$3.Oi: 74.70: VrfS.lt;
for word after. Emergency Service. Ing and upgrading skills. : p.m. lake lot with terms.Two 9646841. 7/15 Itchg '.
every BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA Episcopal Church.Keystone LONG LAKE. 2.5 acre $10.000 I k $5.97; 10"8.66: ;
473-2567 or 4737160. 7/1 Resume required Please COUCH and chair for sale.
access lots from $5.500 Heights. 5 acre tracts $18,000 each U'-$7.33; 12'SI.04We
tfnchg call for Interview oppt. Good condition, gold color -
YARD SALE $500 down. $71.74 per 473-2790 7/1 tfnchg. I I manufacture. Jacksonvllle.
month. Discount on entire MARY KAY COSMETICS Fr.. 475.2211 Doris Hair Clinic READY TO OCCUPY.3 BR 1 bath. CB home on large tot ,' price negotiable. Call toll c.free

DISHES. BABY CLOTHES 10 acres. One Waterfrontlot. facial., re-orders, p.r. Itchg 7/15 near town family room CH/A paved street. 38000. Phone 9647575. Ifpd 7/li MOO-342-2702.: 7/1S3tchg
toys, crochet items 1972 Call 4734375. 7/1 sonalised skin car. pro Steve BroadwayTREE I I HOBARTH 300 AMP weldngmachine. 7/29 i.
ducts. Call Julie or Kay. 200 6
Ford Ranchero and much CLEAN. CONFORTABLE 90" 473-3919. :2tpd7/IS-22 FOR RENT 'SERVICE 3 BR 2 FULL BATH mobile home on :2 acres CH/A. I engine .complete cylincd.rFord OKRA FOR SAUl 964'3758.
5-miles of gold sofa. Only $75. See at with
more. east $27,000 owner financing. Itchg 7/15 t
I trailor. 100 ft. leads 20copper
Keystone down SR.100 left Monitor office or call HOUSEKEEPER FOR HIRE Do OFFICE SPACEfacing Removal excellent condi- SCREEN PORCH ENCLOSURE:
-on County Line Rd. Friday. 473-2210. 7/ltfnchg you n..d your home clean.d Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto 3 ACRES ON Whit. Sands Lak, paved road owner I lion. 1800. 964-7108. Good condition roto-liller, ,
Saturday. July 16-17, 9 EXTRA NICE lake lot In once a week? Or twicea Andrews Drug Call Trimming term or will trade for Income property. 34000. I 7/15 tfn weight set with bench"

I'b' a.m. till..ltpd 7/15 Hillcrest. large trees $500 month? Have many excellent 473.3411,411 tfnchg. i 4 WHITE spoked 8 In. rim. 9645985.715 Itchg
'1 MOVING Desk dining room down 12 percent Interest. local references. RENT TO OWN A New Free Estimate 2.77 ACRES OF untouched Florida hammock In Clay I' will fit 3 quarter ton Ford. 166 GMC BUS 35 ftl excellent -

set couch and chair, Phone 473-4058 after 6 475-2136or47S-1368.>> Itchg Baldwin Piano of your County, on paved county road. $9,500 with owner I i Brand new $60. Also, 4 condiWon
barstools, dishwasher and p.m. 4tchg 6/17-7/8 7/15 choice. Parramore Music 473-4732 This make deal. Reconversion for .
financing. owner Is ready to a tires rims, 10 plygenerals r croatlanal
other Items, Friday and GUNS. AMMO AND TEARGAS 904-732-6776, Ocala. 7/8 I on 15'A 'n.8 bolt vehicle alrady

Saturday across from high Gunsmilhing and WANTED tfn After 5 P.M. HWY :21 ZONED 68", 2 acre*. 133' frontage reducedfor I i rim. to fit 3 quarter ton started. AskingJ,5Ot. 510
school on Grove and Or. restoration. Assault and STORE IUILDING looo.q.ft. Cherry St.. ask for'en.
quick sale to $8.000. Ford, $100. 9647108. 7/IS .
chid. Itpd/13 defence weapons, In front of Keystone Post Keystone Heights I tfn 7/15 Itchg

Wholesale Example .357 to Magnum everyone.- SECRETARY desires work in Office on Commercial Circle i iistssssiS*-*" *" 3 IR, I BATH CB house on Hwy 21* zoned 88", CH/A. I RAILROAD STATION for DOUBLE WIDE Trallor and
up to 3,000 sq.ft. sale be mav.d.4969411.115I1c"g lot on Geiger Rd.. S24 oo,
OPPORTUNITIESWANT $169 Nights and Keytone-Melrose area.SY.ors rr1r assumable 9% mortgage, excellent location for ,, Must
weekends. please call experience.General suitable for auto repair .. ft/ ,,Ktara'B business or offices. 50000. easy t.rm. Will k.
medical and etc. Call 473-2149 or evenings SERVICES I i 64 FALCON 4 door run truck camper or boi a.
6842272. 624715
technical 473-2014. Stchg 7/1-29 extra clean. C II part down paym.nt. all
TO TRADE 4-acres HEAVY DUTY UTILITY payroll. word transcription processing. MOBILE HOME LOT -All NO MONEY DOWN 3 BR, 2 both with over 1 acre. I 964.5514.good 7/15 Itpd 964.7955 before noon.15!
cleared near TRAILER 4'x8', 3ft. sides, 45500.
partially Excellent typist. Hardworking hook-ups Shad $75 month. I STOCK TRAItOR for sale. Itpd
for lake lot In wired $295. Also 1970 '
Vldalio Go. 47I
475-1790 2tpd 7/15-7/22:
versatile, fast Homemade only used
Lake Region area. W.E. Toyota Corona. Needs fly learner.For resume plea. (11 ONLY $500 DOWN 3 BR, I bath home, lot bOX 185. I twice. For more Info call Classified Ad
McDonald 7548 Old St. wheel. Otherwise In good
write to Debbie Perrlne, LOSTFOUNDMAN'S .1s..21Z I 964-8515.7/15 Itpd Get Results
Augustine Rd. mechanical condition. : $29,300.KEYSTONE
P.O. Box 114
$200. 473-7185. 7/15 HEIGHTS -
Fl. 32301
Tallahassee or Itchg '
Fl.I 32635. 2tchg 7/8-13 '
call 7/8-15 1-904\ 878-6627 2tpd TO RENT Small 2BR house WATCHSUNGLASSES ..,.In If ...., REALTY Inc. ,r PIANOS TUNED P BUY OR SA 'E 4
SECRETARYParttime .. .
EXECUTIVE REPAIR el ell ..I...... 475.2841. rtnchg 7/15 left at IJHtrN liaNSS Realtor '....4907 w I Staril.y Home Ptducts.

work. light In own bookkeeping home.- 1 loom .....ltl.".. Free i iIstlmetes. MATURE LADY- live-in full Keystone Monitor Branch Library.Call $arvI.g" Iradfsrd -I Pree Estimates On Cell Kar aI

Call 475-2645 after July 16 47S-JU7 j jJorm time to care for elderly Identify. 473-2210 office and CIa, CesitlisL's. 1-904-473-4961 Repel I GrIffith 9a6932Sr
llchg 15 Adams .ull...... lady Salary. Call 475-2841 .... J ..
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st" AXLES ft TIRES'oj axles + 4
me Color TV'sAntenna'8 ON Cruise We MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 2 or 3 '
tires. pick-up, $100 \
f e, Ship Jobs Great Incom. SAW SHOPi Complete PIANOS, TUNED and You, deliver, $125. Ollns; HOME PARK mobile homes bedroom home, I both 2 -

iso Spec in receiving potential, all occupation. 'sharpening service, circular Repaired. 964-4907. Free Mobile Home Sales Hwy. and .spaces for rent corportt. utility room /1rwil1oo1r:;
Channel's 30 & 47 Call '3127419780. D.pt. hand carbide, Estimates on i repair) 7/1 '100 W Starke. 9645606. Recreational vehicles fireplace 5 mi. South ofSIork.
2120. Call Refundable. chain mower blade hollow 4tchg 7/22 TFchg welcome Phone 4682912. ., $300 mth. with

i8 782-3577 6/244tpd7/15 ground and balanced. .NEED CASH QUICK What WILL PAY 10 CENTS EACH TFchg $150 deposit. 964-5539.
ite D1,1-7 pm 12/3sf.. 4 YR. Certified Teacher for Leave at Jackson Building .do yoO have% We buy for 1 gal. plastic plant containers HOUSEKEEPING and sleep 7/15 Itchg : :z' LREALTY
i St. Mark's Pre-School. Supply in Starke Keytsone most everything of yalue. and 20 cents for 3 ing room TV and air. 4 ROOMS ON ht FLOOR:

er 964.6126.7115 4tchg 8/7 Heights or lake Butler. 964-8961 after 5 p.m.: 7/1 gal. size. 782-3973. 7/8 Underwood Motel 3 miles Furnished, 1 Va bath off .0/55
iso : CARS TIRED OF HOSPITAL TFNchg 4tchg 7/22 4tchg 729ROOMMATE North of Starke on Hwy. street parking 1 child .". i p. mCHE

TRUCKS SCHEDULES Schedule ALCOHOLICS NEED EXTRA MONEY interviews NEEDED to 301. 10/9 tin cepted. Na pets, $200 per PHONE !364-7776 ,. ,
oa'' 3 BR, | -
noun. Health BA LIVING ROOM, lIA
your own month Include electric
ANONYMOUS shore of
ut ,;|((97' CHEVROLET Half ton Eluviations for Life Insurance 964-9148 or 9647619.Phone Avon Representatives.are being taken Call for house in threebedroom nice dining room & kitchen and hot water. Apply 401 ItRWIUiktft 205 P h temple, Stctrkr
ir- applicants. Ideal central' heat and air. In Walnut St.. call 964-8498
pick-up. Auto transmission. TFchg Ramona Crap..,. 7823061. neighborhood. $150. Call or
Hampton. Phone 4681779.
part.11m. job for Stark.nurse 7/8 tfn
condition. 964-7669 after 5
Call SEWING 7/8
Top MACHINES 7/8 4tpd 7/29 p.m. SPECIALS
((1st months rent in ad.vanc. -
not working full. 3 BR, 2V. BATH., largomolter
533-2066 after 6 PM. 5/20 time. Call REPAIRED All makes UNITED COMMUNICATIONS tfn ..))5/7 tin Attractive 3 BR, 2 ft brick home in Geneva lake
og 9043965880.7152tchg722 : BR. den with
Tfn cleaned, oiled and adjusted. ELECTRONICS. 110 E. Call SEAMSTRESS Wont alterations LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR, 1 fireplace, dining Estates. Fireplace, large screened porch, garage, storagebldg.

,l.m '"i,7I VW RABBIT$3.400.! Air condl- WEEKEND COUNSELOR: CanIng $15. Work St., CB's, stereo, marine, dress making all. BA on Crosby Lake. Partially room and separate living room .. fenced garden sprinkler system w.lliand.cop.d.
honIng type sewing experienced.Starke.
964-5875 guaranteed James VHF FM, comm.rciol.bu. furnished. One overlooking scenic posture.Orange .
person to work yrs.lease. large kitchen with bar and
ener after 4. Itchg 7/15 964-4068. 7/15
'77 PINTO Automatic weekends at group home Strickland corner MorganRd. .In..., amateur. 2tchg 7122BA8YSITTINGI $225 per mo. Weigel diihwaiher. Hugh shadedlot Street CB 3 BR, 1% BA, Nearly new pretty

reed ':'' transmission pow.r steerIng for r.tarded women. Friday and Hwy 16. TFNchg Custom Installations. Will keep Realty, Inc.. 2825201. 1/28 with plenty of pecan wooded acre In town Bargain $38,000.
afternoon. Sun. CHAIN LINK FENCE Install 964.8903.7/8 4tpd 7/29 tfn trees Colonial brick with boy windows 1.7
& brakes, 43.000 26 your child In my am., any $350 plus deposit by on acres near
IIII. original miles. 964-5985. hrs., 335. 964-8747. 7/15 ed. Free estimates. Handy. SPECIALI! CB radio tune-up. age. Mon-Frl $25, week KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS appointment 782-3741 Country Club. Assum. mortgage, $39oOOuPB'/s%. double
I. .1tch97/15 2tehg 722SUWANNEE Man Fence Co. 9648559. 1095. 110 E. Call St., ,and references. 9644255. for rent at low 5/27 tfn fireplace, approx. 2353 iq. ft., a superb value loi $85.000.
77 FORD LTD. 2 door. RIVER Economic tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER Stark. 7/8 4tpd 7/29 7/15 2tchg 7/22 .' weekly rate.. Call Temple RENT TO OWN: A New Keystone Heights' lot. 18 19 20 on Point View Rd >

'la 782-3307. $1,300. Itthg Council I. in need of more REPAIR Call BABYSITTING In my homeall 14 FT Aluminum boot & PALMS Motel APARTMENTS 9647357. 2/18 EOW Baldwin Piano of your JasmIne Ave. overlooking KeyStone Lake $641)0 gosh

;7/13 applicants for the the Office Shop 110 W. ages, day or night. C.J. trallor. 964-8016. 7/15 efficiencies and: Furnished choice. Parramore Munc Just what you needed 20.16 acres, secluded yet

;78 4 DOOR Plymouth Weatherlzatlon Program.The Call St., Stance, for details. 964.4226.7/8 4tchg 7/29 Itchg BR 1 904-732-6776 Ocalc.. near town. 3 wells, 2 septic tunks, owner financing,
.. Valor, 1st class Weatherlzatlon Program 9645764. tin NEED BABY SITTER for 11 yr thly.opts.NEW, weekly FURNISHED or mon 3 BR, 1 BATH Inside city. Approx. 40 acres of prime Bradford County forrr oro-

S.Ut mechanical condition. 71 old. low Income persons GLASS CUT TO ORDER: I I old. Live on Grlffis Loop LAND STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple near schools. $325 month perty In the heart of the Strawberry County Rd Ii$.

Oatsun pickup, large 17 ft. particularly the Doors. windows, etc I 964-6030. 7/15 Itchg Ave.. Starke. 3/11 tfp 9/02 by appointment only. Neat CB home with pecan trees. aialeos and beautiful
elderly and handicapped. FOR SALES 964-8299 day. or 964.7071ov.nlngs. )
truck comp.r completely Funds JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY LOCK SM tIN.SUE GLA It CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for lawn first time offered.
7/15) tin
self-contained. 964-7184. Insulation provld.d windows to Install 964 6078. Orders also ALARMS: 24 Hrs. Service. rent On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto 2 BEDROOM on GrIffis New, large, brick horn. Starke Colt a Counti, Club.
7/8 tfn caulking and weather taken In Lake BUtler, 964-5849. 1520 South ACRES Two miles SW of prIson Call 4681323. call 9648816. 7/15 Itpd Huge family room with fireplace the bust desigitvi. and

'e ."" TRANS AM 66. fully stripping plus other improvements 496.3079 and Keystone Walnut St., at the Outfit Raiford on C793. Paved 4/1 IfnMOBILE 3 ROOM and both furnishedapt. roomiest closets In town. :3 BR, 2 baths, 2 car guruge

,s. 'loaded black on block. to reduce heat Heights 473.4973.2/26 tin ters. 5/13 tfn"Motorcycle road frontage $1,600 per HOMES FOR RENT .. no pets $135 p* many extras, corner lot.

'T-top $700 and assume loss and conserve energy. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK acre, Jacksonville. mile from Stark. city month plus $50 cleaning Beautiful brick home with ac., opurox. 2800 sq. tt t
ek payments: call. 964-8896; If Interested phone SERVICE: Bradford County 781-571.5/20! tfnLOSTFOUND' limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. deposit. 964-8071. 7'IS $58.500 atium. mortg. al 11! '/.%
: or .31.1860.7115 964-6696 for' Information. residential pump-outs, Call 4681323. "'I tin Itpd City water A sewer four lots. $5 000 per lot.

3tchg 7/29 7/15 1tchgSECRETAITY. $50. We also re-lay drain 1974 550 FOUR HONDA NICE ROOMS FOR RENT 1 2 BEDROOM unfurnished Hampton Lake. Beautiful view ..... of the *>nst
available For County lines. Phone 9648121. Motorcycle. Runs good. Colored TV and air, $40 per home, $20Omth. FIrSt last hornet on the lake. $152.900. $7S,000 down own. financing
at local
gov't sale* In Home Economic. Agent. 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL Asking $600, will week and up. Wall to wall plus deposit 339 S. Thompson for qualified buyer.
Call (refundable your area. Half-tim. 20 hours per Car CleanIng negotiate. Call 473-7156 FOUND St. Bernard Puppy. carpet Call 964-9992 ask St.. Starke. 964.6214 or Lake Bedford. Owner financing at 12'/i*_ for *ell

1-714-569-0241 ext. 5121) week. Good pay and Service. Cleaned after 6 p.m. and anytime. 2 months old found at for mother. 6/3 tfn 782.3655.7'15 Itchg maintained home. Sales price $63,500 with $20.000 down
benefits. Apply Florida washed vacuumed weekends. tin Wlnn Dixie parking lot. APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM furnished payment.
for directory on how to : I BR. $160: 2 BR, $175:
State Call Scott or Pam at home. $250 month. First
purchase.24 hr. 7/15 Employment Serviceat sanitized, and deodorized. 1978 SUZUKI 100: 2300 * * * *
3tpd 4 BR house, $300, 964-7521.
7/29 Old Courthouse in $7.00, pick-up and rail... $495. Call 473-2214. 468-1230 to identify. 7/15 last plus deposit. 347 S LAKEFRONT GET VOUR FEET WET
St rk.. Applications accepted 5/20 tin 2tchg 7/22 6/3 tfn. Thompson St., Stork.. wooded
delivered or your place. 2 BR HOUSE: Central Beautifully lots 4 ft 5 Geneva Creek. Approt I
YARD SALE until July 23 1982. Call 9647226. ask for Den 1910 SUZUKI GS450LI price HOMES heat/air. carport fenced 964-6214 7823655.. 7/15 Ac. each. Emery lane $15.000 ea. or $28.000 both.

Equal Opportunity nis.. 12/10 tfnFAMILY bar, sissy bar, 1 helmet yard $350 month. First A Itchg Silver lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA, fenced large enclosed shed

Employer. 7/15 2tchg 7/22 HAIRDESIGNERS new rear tire, new battery FOR SALE last months rent plus Classified Ads covered picnic area.Lot .

HOUSE OF BARGAINS! SeeIng excellent condition, 7.700 cleaning deposit. 333 N. on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees $14 000

I. Believing) 212 Call BUSINESS 144 W. Call St. miles. $1250. 9646805.. Walnut, Call 964-7347 or Get Results -Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110 000.
St.. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. OPPORTUNITIESOWN 964.7303 7/15 3tchg 7/29 LARGE SPANISH SYTLE 4 5332157. TFN 6/17 BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER
BR, 2 BA fully carpeted
Ya'll come see us at our Open STUDIO APARTMENT: $200. Lake Butler-One acre double wide pool
new location. 3/18tfn T.W.CF. .9 til 5:30 MISCELLANEOUS home. CH/A court yard. Phone 964-7347 or A .Besscnt Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
YOUR OWN Jean. On 5 of land. /juud
LOOK. JULY ONLY. 10% off patios. acres
Sportswear Infant- Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM 5332157. TFN 6/17 Frame, 3 BR, pecan tree, 234.17' on paced SRD' I 5. I 1.635
Call 964.6433.
on everything In store except Preteen or Ladies Apparel Sat. .9 AM til 3 PM BAKER L.P. GAS. INC. Family 75000. LARGE HOME In country. 3 Ac. High Dry. 23500. Good Buyl!

consignment Items.Sale Store. Offering all AppointmentsNot owned & operated We 5/27 tfn. bedroom 2 bath. den liv. !/1 .Owner Financing In lawtey 3 BR. CH A. Appro. 1500
Includes hats FOUR BEDROOM. 2 baths.den lfRealtor /
ing A dining Centralair
known brands Always Necessary strive to give better prices room. sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd driveway gatage.
glassware, clothes, ,. workshop, gardenarea. and heat.
toys 964-6433. .
a service. We solicit 7.99 Ac. Rd.
such as Jordache, Chic, 1/7 tfnBATHTUBS on Forsythe ".60' MH metal born pecan
novelties, and lot. more.We Lots of trees. 715BEDROOM
Lee, Levl Vanderbilt/ t customers who own their' pecan peach, apple trees. Grapevine. 38000.
also have new 8 track SINKStRefInished Cool, shady. quiet. 4 house In Old Lawtey P O.
tanks. We sell, rent tanks .
Calvin Klein Lots 63 ft 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homeiites. 14.900..Exc.Ue"t .
Wranglerover in
and cassettes at discount your home.Guaranteed & furnish cylinders. Hours $46.000.: Phone 964-5610.. 2 large traitor lots in coun $12,000 DW 1\1.11. on 1 .
commercial ...
200 other brands. 1
Free prop. Many u. Approx at
prices. Com see and 8:45 6/10tfchg. ty. All hookups 9646365. ac. $26,500) 6 ac
: to 6:30: Sot. 8:45: to 3.
$7,900 to $16,500 Includes w/ISSIt 301. Steel Extras
on bldgi. tuo to lutCommercial
save. This & That Shop.corner estimates. Also bath tubs Phone 782-3349 or 1.3/4% MORTGAGE: 3 BR 7/8 21pd 7/15 $10,500 .. Owner fin. on numerous
301 t beginning Inventory air- links .ond shower tile lot with 120 ft. on US301. Good buy I
; Opeweveryday '1-259-6810.' home : n.af 2 BEDROOM traitor on 1 alL
for. for one. to Fashiot1r 4tpd 7122.. brick .Stork.1( Geneva Lake Estateswooded. Vi ac. lots terms CI.a"n.lghborhoocf.wroNlng".t '
except Thursday. .Centeip ,leaped.uULtcafGlaze. Call -4, _PUPPIES,1"'free to fixture Qo i *
I' 1 fJTh1i1VTOwWThur.day : .- -liulnHig *, '964-89O3r3/-M Itnftmn.Sdrfle'. "7823985. 7/15. $10,000jjownui, Call' \Vent' Confoef'TebbleGreen' RESIDENTIAL Tennis courts. ,
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July 8. 7/8 4tchg 7/29 grand opening promo. CHILD CARE Newborn 'in Itchg 431.1044 964-6542. 7183t"g at Salvage' Trailer ACREAGE Acreage-Davis' St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park' ?

AQUA-CUT SALE BOAT and tions. Call Mr. Kostecky pre-school. lunch. snacks. I HOME INTERIOR & Gift,. 7/22 or > Park. State Rood 16, .5 Acres near Hampton. Welt dec. pal.. septic tank "

$trailer $750. LWB Topper ((501)) 3278031. 7/15 Itchg shady fenced play yard. Scratch and dent sale, Fri. 726 E. LAURA ST. & 511) N. Raiford Road. 7/8 2tchg 904 I 782-3931 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

$150 windows all sizes, Phone 964-5610. 6/10 tfn day & Saturday. July 16,17on St. Clare, call 9647707. 7/15 9O4 / 782-3996 HOME .40 Acres New River. High and rolling.
plumbing fixtures, chg 229 three miles 2 ROOM kitchenette wall to "M"
pa.tVo P.O. Drawer
.household Items odds and [MOBILE; HOME CRUMPTONS CLEANING Tech. Look for sign. 7/15 ltpdClassified wall carpeting and all Classified Ads Classified Ads

.nd.. Friday and Saturday. SERVICE [POLES SERVICEi New construction 7/15 Itpd utilities furnished. 301 S. lowtey Get Results
1/4 mile off SR-21 on Im.mokle. I FREE KITTENS 964-5580. Call Ads 964-7184. 7/8 tIn Get Results
Lake homes hour
,1<)o UMPTM60.00 by or by
Rd. Itchg 7/15 after 5. 7/15 4tchg 8/7
|lob. 4752841. 7/1
.FRI. SAT. SUN., children & 7/14 4tchg 'FREE KITTENS 7 wks. old. Get Results

adult clothes, book. 200 AMP beautiful 964.5804 after 3 LIMITED TIME ONLY

.dishes, misc. Items. State p.m. 7/15 ltpdj'e T __
Prison Property, 202 Pine '250.00 IKE'S SAW 3) BP BPIGK V'ENEEIJr2 BATH ( H/A
Street off St Rd. 199. Calf Anytimt & MOWER SHOP c3APOPTUTILITY( ? ifoOMrGAPPETINGON
Pickup. Butcher. Chill.Cu and
.fallow ..Wrap"HARDEE'S
signs. 7/15 Itpd (Behind Powell's
468-1187 Diary 1:1:1e.I:1;;; :
,PORCH SALE Sat.. 9-5 1002 Freeze)
,W. Madison A=$;"oAil t urn, i.Ii' .u .: SALES SERVICE
.broiler strollers, hardly us Chain Saws S c 29500.00
ed.$25 each. Basket swing lawn MowersWANTED' 964-6863 FHONE 9646853i111'
choir, still n.w .$7*.,2 bor" -

,reell chair, $25 each.' More F NEED.MONEY: MEAT MARKETFrom
,.furniture many baby, LON HAMP HOMESING
cloth., aduI1/i/: th.., ? the Pen to the Pan ,
.n'siecI51tchg .. --We matte it Easier for You :
THURS.. FRIDAY. July 15 & Use'' Your' ''Home STAKE FLA
"i 16. Turn Cash Available _
.on Griff is Looop _
by Handy Way,',go, to first Equity. Wei I make( 216 E. Washington St. Open Monday Saturday We Buy 1st & 2nd .- 11m t! 13 K4 AVAILABLE

I.Follow Curve turn signs left, 7/15.Itpd All dirt rood.' 1st &. ;2nd Mtgs. Mkor32O919646725 Mtgs. Call us for a .us"-a". ..cosily iraarmnr' .,e'.....ml. win., awau. I IC'. vr-ki. ...... I.....i iT. ......>I"'i IlI"i I.... I levrr I:
Call us 'for a quote ..bsfus.d.veie'' AtHntpnnt,HH>Y JACI:
uote. MAMA MDICINf _iMrf nth(tomtit meuul
Classified ATdsGet'ReWts 964-5010 q tlio. HAPPY JACK OUKACIDi dp* racagrand '
Krft 1.H tti,,by U S IP*ogamt Km ;Z
; I 964-5010 lick t rangi. GxiKm NO bndant. At form and :
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I EARN EXTRA MONEY Sued I 1.r.asf.qssos,.frISCS5IOQ.....1. C1 Gc, 4t;<

I :STARKE LAWTEY Hwpytoc* Inc .Dipt 16 Smxttll NCIHVQ Semi-Truck Drivers *\\, ... 1S
I- ,
I or Heavy Equipment .".
'Applications'are taken for Times-Union " "" 1kt ; "
now being - - - - OptfilOf' Slid LKafly ; ',. -"
GARAGE SALE I' Morning Paper Route. Applicants must be able to pest ToU'Frnla003 51\.. ..5k ';;...
; ,> a cash bond. have reliable transportation and a PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS M4l4 Contractors 4'J



This is an Ideal .uppl.m.ntallncom. for a houswife, 1-2 & 3 Bedroom
Hand tools, electical tools, clothingand .I reitrement couple, teacher etc. & BLUE I FKKK: : KSTI.MATK1S:
From M50" to 297"
misc. Including property. EXCELLENT: PROFITS SIGNS (j()(OI) ) KKFKKF.NC'KS ,

BETWEEN WATER & OAK Sts. 1it Emory Nolan
: : 1530 W. Madison ,,
OFF CALL ST., 964-5993 -O'O' =- -== "
Phone 964-6312
LOSSAUSOUIINI Rt. 4. Box 1320 Well

'I. HELP WANTED OpritygrJfsftJSrftSSSSDJ'.DJiSSStl SIar...., FI. 320T1 TREE SERVICE Drilling

,.. S -* -I
Whitehead'sTree . . .
Gainesville Sun Route Carriers $

., .: ATTENTIONSerious needed for Starke/Klngsley Lake Service 2" thru Hotary 6"Fast

Job Seekers and Lake Butler areas. Must have, ', HAIR SHAPING'FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY' / FORRENT LICENSED INSURED Drilling Equip. I,!

", reliable car and post cash bond.For, 'I' Women'. Men Children FREE ESTIMATES State Licensed

', Would you like to set your own hours with practically information call 96 .8170 or; !, P.rmon mt Waving Hair Coloring ((904)) 752.4356
: : no limit on earnings and have vacation as desired? If ;'I ; Frosting 3 shop spaces 1200 Collect
378-1415 ask'for
Eric Gets. Pumps
so, then why not conveniently work with us sor lake City Florida !
: ', SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT sq. ft. ea. Ideal for .
: ting/bundling mall. Receive work and payments by I
mail. Start immediately For Information a ''selfaddressed Jo contractor. light New & Used
| Hairstyles By
.stamped envelope assures a prompt reply. TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT mfg., repair shop or VACUUMSALE Saleseparts.S'rvic.1EZ I

Mall Marketing Services P.O. Ban 2590. Ocala. Contract Procurement Specialist ) JO STANSELL OWNER storage. TermsPlumbing

:> Florid 3371. Responsible for Ave. Rd. CALL . . . .
securing work, contracts f.' N.W. 59th off Bayless

vocational evaluation. wage 'and1! ) Stark, Florida 964-5772 1-904-772-7980 I NEW & USED

HELP WANTED hour regulations time Studies, task \V,- KIIUJIKi' ( liu ()\\nKIRII . . . . .

, VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR I 1\\ analysis and overseeing general,work production ) \ ... New Installation

':i 4. in a sheltered work shop. for* JUlY AI.S Remodeling Repairs

, .. CARPENTRY Jvalopmentally disabled. Position Shop & Compare!! EUHKKASHOOVKUS . . . . .
Sunshine Acres work activity center. 6 hours will 1\111" '"
Monday thru Friday $3.90 to$4 per hr.,depending begin Aug. 1. 1982 and end June 30r 1983. '(oee Vera S|>rci.il lusiiriinic: fin, I DurrancePUMP&

on experience. Instructing supervision of adult Salary Is 10541.67 for 11 month period. A Total.Unique Aloe Vera Juice Mol.ilr I ll JOIIIC' Parks KI.F.CIKoUI.XKIl.TKIUn'KKNS: : : : . . . . .

r.tarded clients, and carpentery skill related to Applicant msut have a high school diplomaor : "..\II I lps of hoinc.oxxncrs SUAIISroMMKUCl.U.1 11 .
manufacturing wooden palates. Requires to use equivalency diploma' and at leaf two Thousands taking for arthritis rheumatism. SUPPLY
; policies lotuiiiliilr : : I.
and the of pow.rtools. supervise production I
Instruct use full-time ulcervindigestion, low energyoverweight, skin
and maintain progress records. Qualifications years employment ..I in industrial: : I IKHIICS., Hv repair all .,>tAl COMPANY
two Sates,; Industrial' Engineering! o'r relate'd Guaranteed to be the purest . . . . .
- :, high school diploma years experience \ Call for Quote *
In carpentry. social service or related area. A.A. fields including experience In estimating .strbngest,Aloe Vera best JuiceIn tasting Olin's Young'sSince 8641V.Temple .

.: can be used fof I yr. experience., Send resume to and bidding practice Applicants accepted the Mobile 1957 Ave.
Bob larliner. Director. Sunshine Acres, P.O. Box country. Home Sales
: thru
5O9 Storke. Flo.. or fill out application" at Sunshine Monday Friday-9-11' a.m.. Industrial. Can be ann at 964-6918 Starhe Fl.

I, S Acre; *. West. 16.: Storke. 7/8 2tchg 'IS| Complex. Raiford. 'horje! 904-431-1898,, JWALCO FLEA MARKET Elaine M. Olin. Agent964.56D6 t 3 MUtt Berth I ,. .

Equat Opportunity Employer. '. SatunUy ft Sunday 0 Building t St,.fe. nUS 301 9647061I

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,. < Parking LotAccidents Baldwin was cited tor driving while a 1977 Ford pickup came up behind speed too fast for conditions after his cording Trooper Kenneth
intoxicated and having an improper Spradley, failed to stop and collided tractor-trailer jackknifed
tag on his vehicle. with the Chevrolet Jimmy Fred Hurst, 31, of Jacksonville 26.:of
Roy Armstrong, 78, of Jacksonville Griffis was westbound on SR-100, Damage to the pickup' was driving a 1978 tractortrailertruck Traffic Arrests driving
was cited for backing driving a 1972 Dodge July 11. Griffis $700damage to the Chevrolet was was southbound on US-301 north i no valid
l r : when the vehicle improper he left the roadway and struck a road $400, according to Trooper D. C of Lawtey July 12. Due to the speed of Melton Jimmy Griffis, 38
!i :' struck was 7. driving sign, according to Trooper B. A, Roberts the truck when it started to Jackknife Baldwin was arrested for on SR-lOO
a parked van July
; Williams. it skidded sideways on the slick pavement while intoxicated July 11. Trooper
I from
A .Armstrong was backing a
,9S' parking at the Jiffy Store in Damage to the Dodge was$25. Tractor-Trailer struck a guide wire to a power According to Trooper B. '
l space pole then struck the end of a concrete Williams Griffis was stopped +
Keystone Heights cut his wheels too
; Jackknifes On 301A culvert. miles east of Starke on SR-16o. own.. .
I sharply and backed into the side of
I ,. i: | the 1966; Chevrolet van. Tire Blows Out, Jacksonville man was cited for Damage to the truck was$3,000,ac- Griffis was released on a$300

j Damage to the van was $100, accor Causes AccidentOnly
'" ""; ding to Trooper William Abrams.
minor injuries were received
.: Ray Alvin Cox,S3, of Starke, driving by the driver and passengers of an Prices Effective thru
.. a 1976 GMC truck was backing 1977 Ford station wagon which rolled ,
from Pep-O parking lot and unknown- over after a tire blew out on US-3o1 T .c o July 18, 1982
(, ingly struck a parked vehicle. north of Lawtey July 11. cxa:. No Rainchecks
:-I, Damage to the parked 1974 Ford The vehicle was southbound when
I stationwagon was$700. There was no the right rear lire blew out. The
J damage to the truck, according to driver John Henry Hayes, 72, of
I Patrolman N. Jackson. Jacksonville, lost control and the .
: vehicle went into the median where it Your
Watch Out rolled over one time. ...
, f II For AnimalsM. The vehicle was totaled accordingto
Trooper B. A. Williams
J. Conner, 49, of Huntsville, Ala. ,. ,.
was traveling west on SR-IOU. Two
VVV Burns
, I deer ran across the road in front of .
1 Conner's vehicle. The first deer made 011 SR225A
it but second deer hit the
the was by
i Volkswagen driven by Frank E.
) c 1982 Pontiac. Wood, 30, of Lawtey, was eastboundon
Damage to the Pontiac was $100
SIt-2'.S the vehicle stopped
t according to Trooper Kenneth running. The driver got out of the
Ethridge vehicle which then burst into flames.
A possible short in the wiring is
Marsha Nettles Griffis 24, of
suspected of causing the fire on July
Raiford driving a 1972 Dodge, was
traveling south on SR-121 when a deer 12.The 1969 VW was totaled accordingto 1A CF, E ;_
into the of her vehicle
ran path July
Trooper B. A. Williams
12. The Dodge struck the deer the
hood flew up and broke the wind p.e.
shield. The accident was 5.4 miles Man CitedIn e1Y
I:,' south of Lake Butler. Accident
Damage to the Dodge was $500 ac
cording to Trooper Kenneth Ethridge. Winslow Robert Johnson 61, of
There was no reported damage to Keystone Heights was cited for '

either of the deer.Baldwin failure to use due care in an accidentat l Limit 2
CR-100 and CR-100A on July 13.
Man Annette Carter Spradley, 21, of .,
Starke, driving a 1981 Chevrolet / .
Arrested For DVVI N.-
Camero was stopped on Cr-looA, : .r
Melton Jimmy Griffis, 38, of westbound at SR-10o. Johnson driving

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