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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 22, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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2 Last Minute' Candidates Jump Into ,School Board, Races m II


Two surprise candidates Jumped into District 2 commissioner E.L. (Nook) and holds a Bachelor of Science In race Monday "for personal reasons."
two school board races at the last Norman is challenged by Les Criminology from Florida State Six candidates seek the District 5 I IMaxie
minute Tuesday, giving Dist 5's J.T. Whitehead, a newcomer to politics, University. state senate seat vacated when Sen.
Parrish competition and making it a and District 4 commissioner E.W. Reddish says he is interested in get Pete .Skinner resigned to run for the
3-way race in Dist. 2. Hodges of Hampton Lake is challenged ting into politics' and, originally, Dist. 2 congressional seat held by
Maxie Reddish, 48, assistant by Bill Alderman, 43, owner of wanted to run for' county commis Rep Don Fuqua. Dist. 5 senate candidates
maintenance supervisor at Florida Bradford Abstract sioner. The Department of Corrections are Bill Grant of Madison, Bill
State Prison, qualified to run in Dist; 2 Registration books close Aug. 7, in prohibited Reddish- from runn- Sutton of Tallahassee Jim Senterfittof
where incumbent Patricia Spenglerand two weeks for the first primary. ing for the county,commission, citing| Live' Oak Jane Bell of Tallahassee.
challenger Ted Oglesby had Voter registrations have definitely a conflict of, Interest ; because the Doyla ;iConner Jr. of Monticello and
already qualified, making Dist 2 the picked up, says Supervisor of Elections 'county controls the jail. So Reddish Jim Crews of Tallahassee.
only three-way race in the county Neva Flynn. "We're really excited switched to the school board. Veteran Rep. Don Fuqua D-Altha, q I
i Educator Jerry Lawson 45, about that. Not surprised, Just Reddish is the son of the late Willie got; first primary competition from
J qualified Tuesday morning to excited." and Rosie Reddish. He and wife,'Cindy state Sen. Pete Skinner of Lake City
challenge Dist. 5 school board Jerry Lawson. who lives on west have four children: Vickie (Mrs. and Allen Cox of Tallahassee. Winnerof
r member J.T. Parrish. Lawson rail for Madison Street in' Starke Is now Buddy) Revels of Lawtey; Randy 18; that primary will have to take on
school superintendent against Tom manager of three Jacksonville officesof Donald, 21, and Caleb 7. Republic Ron McNeil in the general
Casey his first time out and got 1,836 Tax Computer Systems, Inc. of Other 1982 political races ''of local election.
votes to Casey's 3,116.In Largo where he is also a tax consultant 'concern shape up this way:
previously announced county and counselor, and he teaches In House Dist. 21, incumbent Rep. U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles
races: part time at Jones Business College in Frank Williams D-Crystal Lake is D-Lakeland got by without primary
Dist 1 school board member Arthur Jacksonville. challenged by Clay County Commissioner opposition but faces three
\ Gaskins of Lawtey is being challenged Lawson is married to the former Lee Drawdy of Orange Park, Republican candidates in the general
/ by Mrs. Judy Becker of Bradford Patsy Nichols. They have three Jerry Johnson of Orange Park and election. The three Republican candidates
-' mathematics teacher at children: Kimberly 17; Rebecca, 12, D.A. (Jack) Mills, Middleburg are David H. Bludworth West
Jerry Lawson High and a member of the teacher and Jeremy, 2. publisher. Palm Beach ; Van B. Poole Reddish
I Seeks District 3 union. Maxie Reddish 48, is a Bradford Frank Cotton, Clay Republican candidate Ft.Lauderdale and George Synder, Seeks District 2 I
School Board SeatCounty On the county commission side, native. He has spent 18 years at FSP withdrew from the Dist. 21BRADFORD Sarasota. School\ Hoard Seat




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Ordering the $1 million of excess The rollback millage rate is slightlyless
spending requests lopped off, county than last year's millage becausea
commissioners agreed to look at mills of wort is ightly more this year The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of fffqven
balancing the budget by holding the because of a small increase in taxable
103rd Year
line values. A mill this is STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
except for a seven percent salary property year
Slat Issue
increase. worth approximately $160,000, up Thursday.July 22. 1982 USPS 062.700
from $156,000 last
Next session of the 82-83 budget bat. year.

tle is set tonight (Thursday, July 22) .... ... ,- .
at 7 p.m. ( ow '
Bound by a property tax limit of \ ; 2 Qualify
9.43 mills the commission decided it ,. t'
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was useless to try to chop off the $1 \ l"o"
million item by item. When auditor .. 'r '
Pat Farnsworth offered to give the I ,
board a balanced budget at the 81-82 t\ < "

level, except for the seven percent T r.. : (, .1t'1' .,"' 01, TuesdayFor
salary increase for county .
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employees the commissioners took : r"Iii (
Farnsworth up last Wednesday night, I .J.t ,' (
July 14.The ( ". ),

only county increase 'that w i"t: ( .- iU ;,r ,., CityCouncil
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amounts to' much of anything 'I this ftC' ," tlh+' 4lF
year will come from the state's 5th \ It'fC j
cent of sales tax, which is expected to r .i.
come to some $214,000 in 82-83, plus : \ r .. ..i\
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$129,000 Bradford is getting becauseof :Lt\ ;' 'iII), "" "r .I
the state's rule that counties sales .. '"" 4.J .. : "
tax doesn't to $20 t.
come per capita. .
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Comity Clerk Crib Brown Is leary of ; ':' : "" : .-. ;' ,\ Starke councilman Jimmy Crosbyis
I I I. the lucky dog! Ho's.tbe only city or
_.counting on dhe.sales.tag ''He saysT", 4 i h
[ every piece of advice he"s gotten from 'fri t. county candidate that got by the 1982 1 1Joe

.. state officials when local officials ." ..l r. t J t..f h. election without opposition.
were invited to learn how to chargethe 411'... j.'. o.t"t.'t. "Yeah. I got lucky" Crosby said
increased Is that the sales 'I" '
tax tax r Tuesday night when he was con
is a very undependable source of tax gratulated at the city council
,
revenue that there is no way of knowing J:11. :1 tt 1.li meeting.It .
whether the tax will come in, or ? looked for awhile as if there Williams
when it will come in. Brown said he's 4 .. 41.r J.I.I"'itll Seeks
$ would be no election in Starke in 1982. Group 3 I
been advised to hold the sales tax
,. But... City Commission Seat
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money in reserve until it is in the 1t' ..tf .. ,'tt-lf't
county coffers.Farnsworth 1 t .f : 4 Tuesday morning Bobby Biggs
said last Wednesdaynight 1 auto repair shop owner qualified to
he hasn't yet figured what the ,1 challenge councilman Bob Milner in
seven percent pay increase will cost "M.' } tr Group 1, and Joe Williams, apart.
the county. He'll have that figure by ment complex owner qualified to
the second budget meeting tonight he : challenge city commissioner Travis
added. if' .1l Woods again for the Group 5 scat. -k4
Only expenditure the board agreedon tf
last Wednesday is one new radar ; I'l J'It,. Biggs 53, was chief of police in w
unit for the Florida Highway Patrol t t,/ Starke from 1967 to 1969. He was
unit here. r. beaten for a second term by former 4hP4
The board voted last week to set the : chief Ken Fuqua now a city meter
millage for 82-83 at the rollback figureof ... reader. Biggest criticism against
9.43 mills certified by Property Appraiser 4 ," "1"".tI. Biggs was that he spent too much
Jimmy Alvarez to bring in the 4'1 4a time in his auto repair shop and not
same amount of property tax revenue enough at the police station a pro-
the county received in 8182. blem he wouldn't face as a part-time
The board also voted to notify the city commissioner.

property appraiser that Monday Milner who has served one term, >
Aug. 30. will be the date of the first of won his seat in 1980 with 1,010 votes to

two public hearings required by law. w 354 for Walter Westcott. ,;...,-
At that meeting the commission will I
present a balanced budget for the Incumbent Woods beat Joe IJ "
public to comment on, and will moveto 110 Williams and John Ramsey in the :\J/

adopt it tentatively. Final adoption _..- ... first primary in 1980, getting 724 votes ,ifV : -
will come after a final public hearing More; Than Casual Observers at the Ballpark.-Pfte? my iCT..>."rnmmnn to 355 for Williams and 286 for }I. '- .";d '" \, .
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two weeks later. Ramsey. \ .. _. ': .. ,
State law requires the property appraiser Starke all star Richie Barnes left) battles the ner- The Starke all stars beat Gainesville Blue 9-4 Tuesday I
to send out notices of the vousness with bubble-blowing and coach Edward Crosby won his seat in 1980 with 907 I ISto..ks
for their second tourney win against a loss and were just votes to 470 for Lavonne Jackson. Bobby Biggs
budget hearing for tax purposes.' Akridge twitches a blade of grass between his fingers one of four teams left in the double-elimination event
State law also requires that the second -\ during Tuesday night's Dixie Youth Major League all For full details of the action see sports section. Registration books close Aug. 7 in Group 1City
and final budget hearing must,, star competition in Keystone lIelghts.City's your the city, just two weeks away. First Commission Seat
be held within 15 days after the tentative primary in the city is Sept. 14.
budget is approved.This I
year the county commissioncan I
raise new taxes only if 15 percentof 2 Federal '
the prior year's tax revenue would Grants Progressing on Schedule End ineer Says 'I

exceed 60 percent of the new sales tax .. ,,
revenue. In that case the county Starke's two federal grants, ty council at meetings July 6 and have been modified slightly so the Ci- $13. The new rates would have that r. "
would increase taxes 15 percent to bring $721,000 for sanitation improvementsand Tuesday July 20, but a deadline is approaching ty had a few minor details. to iron same customer pay $8.20 for sewer below the old rate. 33 percent of the
in 15 percent more income that it $330,000 to improve the Reno section for final request and action over. and $6.70 for water, a total of city customers would" pay the presentcity
received in 8182. But that case won't are schedule should be taken $14.90\ rate or less. .
progressing on soon Lucas said. One requirement Is that the City an increase of $1.90.
arise in Bradford Farnsworth has engineer Jim Lucas reported to the ci- The commission set Monday. July adopt one of three proposed rate But Lucas added that there is a three In other words one out of every
customers would
either
told the commission. come
26, for a 5:30
: the
p.m. workshop on structures. point where his proposed new rate
larger EPA grant proposal with final Lucas handed out an ordinance structure would put some customers (See 2 Grants.... p.7.\
Inside... details to be ironed out before mailing drawn up to take care of that which
the request.The would change the Starke rate systemby
Two S.ctlon. T -...
state -
Department of Environmental having a minimum charge included -

SECTION N.w.. .AI. ,. . '. ... ..fojail'S. sent on to EPA Regulation reviewed and plus a volume charge for water lair Housing Ordinance

Editorial. .. .. ... .. ... 'Pag* 4 201 facilities in Atlanta, is the the revised and sewer service rather than the I.
Social. ... . .,. ... .Paga (,'.7 document which plan Important present flat rate.
Spore... .. ..... .:. .Pagat 10-12 the door for pretty much opens He explained that under the proposed Proposed for Federal PointsThe
tgalt... .,. ... ... .. ...Pag. 11 rehabilitation of grant the assistance for ordinance a minimum charge of
Starke sewer $3.10 per 1,000 gallons for water and
JSATURDAY. plant according to Lucas, of the firm $3.90 per 1,000 gallons for sewer or a City of Starke may adopt a Fair Housing Ordinance in an effort to pick !
SECTION IIOltltuorl. of Bessent, Hammock and Ruckman total of $7 per 1,000 gallons would be up some points in the Federal Government's system of passing out grant

.... . . ... .Pag* I of Jacksonville.night that he Lucas said Tuesday levied regardless of water usage money.Commissioner Charles Schaefer head of the
received a letter (based on a 5 / 8 meter). commission's HUD commit
I . ...
Now BrM .. .
Pag 2.1.6ClanHledt from EPA tee presented the to such
which request
stated the rules and Added to that would be a volume pass an ordinance at the Tuesday July 20.
.,.... .. ... .Fagot I.* regulations of council meeting and said "we share
applying for the grant rate on sewer of 86 cents per 1,000 got our of the pie this year Next year
gallons for households and 96 cents the pie's gone and we gotta start all over again and try to get a slice. This r..
July 24 : Outside. per 1,000 gallons for commercial would be a plus for us when the Fed's come in to monitor us." fl
":.' FISH FRY customers and 72 cents per 1,000 City engineer Jim Lucas agreed with Schaefer saying it Isn't absolutely \
11 lw. 0,... Intartalnmant.. A shower a day washes some of the heat away. That's what we've been gallons on water. necessary to pass such" an ordinance "but any method of getting additional
Now *lv.r Fir. Department getting and some more is in store. On Commissioner Jimmy Crosby's credits is desirable. I
Forecast today (Thurs. July 22)) is for broken clouds. 40% chance of request Lucas gave a scenario on how Commissioner Jimmy Crosby balked at the Idea, saying he was hesitant to .t
let
!: MONDAY. Jun. 2' thunderstorms from noon through the afternoon with of rain. the proposed rate changes would affect : the Federal government come give Starke a grant and then come in and
.. spec Raabtratlon for Expected high Is 90, low humidity will be 60%: winds Around 5 mph. the average city customer. tell the city how to run things in all walks of life.
.' Fall Term 7 MM at IHS Four day forecast, Friday-Sunday, isor more of the wme. Based "That's the hammer they use over our heads" Crosby said. "We can go
July rainfall on a user profile study Lucas ahead with tile draft 01 that sort f
averages 8.6 Inches.The month is about 3* inches behind said ordinance but I'm not real comfortable
I over SO of Starke with "
percent utility the
TUIP.Y.Jyly 27 even with the dally rains acccrdlng to the Florida concept.
.1 Forestry Service headquarters I
customers: use 5,000 gallons or less It was agreed though that the
I ."' MADFORO COUNTY ZONING I on SR-l00 west of Starke., commission could accept such a plan if attorney '
I It has rained somewhere in the per month. Under current rates a Terry Brown and Lucas can
come with
BOARD MILTING county Just about up an ordinance that would
7 fM day but not
I I r I enough to bring the month up to average. every customer using 9.000 gallons would score points In the grant system while not requiring the City to live up to
pay$8 on sewer, $5 on water, a total of standards not already required by Federal and State laws. w


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH July 22.1982 .. .,' 'hi' .'


it I i I New $1O.7 Million School Budget Tentatively Approved by Board I



! comment came from Casey: indicated at a prior meeting. Tabled 160 pages of new school complete was rejected by the board. member Patricia Spengler that this all
A $10.7 proposed and tentative Only public: main of board Director was directed tc, vo-tech courses being operated
Miller of the Brad- Salary will be the topic boar rules and policies until the Operations
Julie president for themselves,
I budget was approved Tuesday night the them. the best price he can from the I summer are paying
who the discussion when bargainingstarts. members can finish reading secure
SchoolBoard ford Education, implored truck and bus
,
July 20, by the Bradford board to adopt the 1.6 mill increasedto The state teacher's union will Supt. Casey congratulated the board two Florida firms which do such I although two classes
and equipment
including a property tax rate provide quality education and to bring this year provide a bargaining agent, members on their involvement in promulgating work..One company did not submit a mechanics have heavy four students
\ of 5.470 mills. Jack Casbone, for the Bradford the new rules. Former bid. mechanics, only
salaries to
teacher
Bradford up
: The millage rate Is raised by 1.6 each and are borderline, but are not
: Education Association. BHS principal Hugh Ingram, now of
t school the state average. Mrs. Miller says with The weight the state
mills, which will bring the Signed an agreement Clay losing money
Labor Rela-
\ teachers receive Tom Forbes of Forbes Tallahassee, was retained in a con-
Bradford County
:, system some $500,000 additional the assist the school County about students from Kingsley approves the the classes 1.6 times the
tions, Inc. will again represent sulting capacity to
the state aver.ge.There
less than
will $2,900 allocation, helps in such
Bradford schools
i+.?, revenue. The 1.6 mill increase was no discussion of the school board. staff and board in drawing up the new Lake attending regular ,
raise $256,000 and the state's power which are closer. courses Casey said.
included in the budgetfor
$ sweetner budget Tuesday night by the school Dollars are rules.
formula, the
; equalization of leaking roofs and to sustain
board. No date was set for a budget repair
: which made it worth levying the additional all current personnel, Supt. Approved a Job description to Approved a joint use of school Set an architectural selection com
: millage,will run the total to the work session. buses with the Volunteers of America mittee to work for the new roofing
the to be Casey has said. Any new personnel advertisement of the position of a new
this is budget
"Actually
i $500,000 range. The additional state and the Stepping Stones, handicapped projects to come up this fall
used to with prorities which added will have to be added to the head of students post at Bradford
additional come up
funds are not paid on the first groups of residents for transportationto
School. The job description calls
the budget. High
1.1 mills, but come into play only must "be worked through by Board member Patricia Spenglerwas for a master's degree and three years and from local schools and for use Approved 1.2 additional English
board, said Supt. Casey.
on the half .mill. assured by Supt. Casey that on trips. teachers at, Bradford High under a
between the school teaching excperience.
too good a deal to turn Bargaining state sponsored by Sen.
It's just new program
Fri- $5,000 is included in the budget for
I down, Supt. Tom Casey says. The board and teacher An union$846,799 begins fund computers for Bradford High. Mrs. Took under advisement bids on Heard Supt. Casey report in Jack Gordon to limit English teachersto
at 11 a.m.
! school board voted unanimously to day answer to a question by board 100 students per day
\ increase balance Is not included in the $8.8 Spengler has been pushing for com- group health insurance, student acci-
the millage
I tentatively approve motions million operating budget. That is puter training for students.In dent insurance, and food service pro-
I, and the new budget on which ducts. A bid on test and balancing the
Hall, basically the fund from any
by board member Rodney J.R. salary Increases the school board other action at a Monday night, new air-conditioning system at
seconded(Jinn) Lawson by board member grants employees must come Supt. July 19, meeting, the school board: Hampton Elementary when project is r__ 1 I I



r New State Sales Tax Allows Brooker to Drop Millage I" \. GEORGE H. I I


Florida's new additional penn, the new fifth penny of sales tax in The county commission will now next regular meeting, moving it back
sales tax will allow the town oj!r Florida. approve the millage rate at their next one day from September 13 to PIERCE
Brooker to drop its millage rate foi. The state put a Brooker's new regular meeting.A September 14.
the 1982.83 fiscal year. millage rate on property taxes in the special budget meeting of the
At its Tuesday,July 20, meeting the! city limits will be 1.523, which is the council was set for Tuesday, July 27, In other council action: YOUR BRADFORD
Brooker City Council tentatively approved maximum the city can get and still and another special meeting on the Members voted to ask the New
holding city taxes at a lower receive the state funds. That rate is City Charter will be held Thursday, River Forestry Department to loan COUNTY JUDGEExtends
level for the coming year in order te I, less than half the previous year's July 29.The the city a firetruck while the pump on ixw
be eligible for county funding from I 3.807 mUlage rate in Brooker. council has rescheduled its the regular city vehicle is being ri
repaired


I Law Firm Opens Doors in Downtown StarkeA his warmest :


new law firm, Tomlinson, Shaw, corporate and tax law. He tentatively h l lA I Help Fight \ THANKS to the people :
and Brown, opened its doors July 1 at plans to return to the Bradford area I MuscularDystrophy I
142 W. Call Street in downtown permanently next June. ;
Starke. Brown graduated from Bradford of Bradford County and
Members are attornies James High worked as a reporter for the
Tomlinson, moving here from Telegraph' while in high school, was
Gainesville; Gene Shaw, a Bradford sports editor for the Palatka Daily B-B-Que especially those of his
native, and Terry Brown, another News after high school, attended the
Bradford native who moved here UF where he became student body Chicken
from Tampa to serve as attorney for president, and then graduated from own profession for the :
the City of Starke.Tomlinson the UF law school. He practiced in the
51, is the senior large Tampa law firm, became city Dinner
member of the new legal firm. A attorney in February, then resigned confidence shown in
I litigation and trial lawyer, Tomlinsonhas from the Tampa firm to move to
left the Gainesville firm of Car- Starke this month. 31st
July
michael and Scruggs to open the new Tomlinson entered UF law school In him to
firm and plans to move his family.to Sept. 1960, graduated in Dec. 1962 and allowing serve as
Starke when he can sell his was admitted to the Florida Bar in 10-6 pm .
Gainesville home. June 1963. In April 1964 Tomlinson I
Terry Brown, 28, the new attorneyfor joined the Scruggs&:Carmichael firm i county judge without opposition -
the City of Starke,has resigned his Handyway
position with the firm of Carlton, aueaiaiaras iiwzleCak $' Corner ofMadisonWaters
Fields Ward, Emmanuel, Smith, and for the next four

Cutler in Tampa, the second largestlaw '4 is r i,, 4A +
firm in the state to begin a prac-
tice in Starke. Brown is the son of vo- $3" Donation V )ars.
tech administrator Millard Brown James Tomlinson.., moving
and is married to the former Seleeta here from Gainesville, formerly with e ,
Hall. Both are graduates of Bradford Sccruggs&! Carmichael. ,Rp '4J"":' NAP '' ,
School. ,, ., ,Jjl
High nY 181'kla .1I. .Wl' .1< : I Ii
Third member of the firm is Brad-
ford native and former legislatorGene
Shaw, who is now living in Griffin -
..
Ga, and will be inactive with the ;
firm for the near future The firm Is
located in Shaw's former offices on
Call Street, directly across the street DEN MARK S
from the Telegraph. u rtii
Shaw, 46, is a Bradford native, the
son of Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw, graduateof _..,,, 'r
Bradford High, the U of F Law --
School, served six years in the
Florida House, was Bradford County
attorney and school board attorney,
practiced law in Starke and Orange
Park, was assistant state attorney in r i ;

and both most the 8th recently and 4th resigned judicial circuits as Clay, a e o aeer .rs "r

County attorney after serving from
80-82.( For that overnite visitor, convert your sofa to a guest bed f', 4 r u '

Shaw has purchased property in Temendous Terms and Free _.. i: ,r....... .
Savings, Easy Delivery. ,
Georgia, is running a few cows, and .
has applied to enter Emory University Terry Brown... moving back to Unsurpassed comfort at unbelievable prices! > "!q l' rlffi V:> ft* ,*T It r ,J ,,t thi '
Law School to pursue a master's Starke from a large Tampa law firm. "'. T II'I\I II 'tr
Hearee in tax. Shaw sees a need for ,' ,,('
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.w'!: '.." I""'" '" IiII.',''.. ',t.: ,:, Starke Commission Gets Proposed Budgettit

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.: t r'f'' 1 y'; Plerk' Neil( Tucker handed Tucker pointed out that these The commission Tuesday adopted a BO Tuesday's discussion about approving -
Starke commissioners an early chart figures are only starting points for the proposed 1982-83 millage rate at 3.178 that proposed rate was short
of city budget requests at the Tuescommission.. mills, down from last year's rate of when the commission learned they
day July 20, city council meeting and "This doesn't mean too much right 3.621 thanks in great part to the had little choice.
Monday night, July.26, was picked as now," he said after Tuesday'sthe state's additional penny sales tax, "We can't go up because that's the
first night to get Jnto the nitty grit meeting. "There may be some added from which the City of Starke is due to maximum to receive sales tax monies
ty of trimming .the budgeted expenditures expenditures and revenues to be receive an estimated$71,084. and we can't lower it because the
vtirk a'h' r', to meet estimated revenue for brought in as the commissioners work The negative side of the sales tax budget's already out of balance,"was
the 1982-83 fiscal year on the budget." coin is that city government is locked the way commissioner Jimmy Crosby
The; commission is meeting at 5:30 The general fund budget in fiscal into a maximum millage rate of 3.621 put it at the meeting.
.. p.m. Monday,July 26, to discuss EPA 81-82: balanced at $1,077,857.
and HUD grants (see related story) Estimated;: revenue for the coming "... -. -
and following that discussion they will fiscal year is up to $1,079,556 but the Lily Warned to Look for Suit I
dive into the budget business for budget requests stand at $1,198,771,
leaving the city with the shortfall of t
1982-83.
Vernon $119,215 right now. City attorney Terry Brown warnedthe office which is U.S. postal service
r Mayor-Commissioner Starke commission at its Tues property.But .
Silcox commended Clerk Tucker for Budget requests, or estimated expenditures
<
J from the various day, July 20, meeting to look out for a attorney Brown said, "I believe
the of time to work city
giving city plenty
law suit coming its the suit will contend he was on the
way.
departments, follows with last
on the budget before the September 7 are as sidewalk"
Was a Big'un! deadline. "I've been here 11 years year's expenditure in parenthesisand "The commission can anticipate a Brown also said he wouldn't be able
I believe this is the earliest we've followed by the 1982 request: I
law suit, Brown said Tuesday of a to represent the City if the case does
,M.A. Sanderson holds a long string of 19 rattles off the biggest rattle snake ever gotten this budget," Silcox said. slip and fall case which occurred overa go to court because of a conflict of In-
he'a ever aeenw Tucker's been in that seat before Administration$263,013)( $263,421. year ago, on July 6, 1981 terest. One of his law partners in
The 6-ftol snake, 4-lnche. In diameter, looked like a log laying on SR-227 when he served on the city council.Police- ($282.508) $304,106. Starke, Jim Tomlinson originally
about 5:30 p.m. July 13. between US-301 and SR-18, Just beyond the railroad The budget proposal shows the Fire$137,566)( $147,146. Alton Thornton apparently was in- represented Thornton and discussedthe
track on the way to Graham, the area known as Ratile Snake Alley. commission will have to deal with a Recreation- ($83,064)92,093. jured when he slipped down in front of case in detail with Thornton a
:i Sanderson ran over the big snake with his car. "It felt like hitting a big. $119,215 shorfall in the general fund Sanitation & Trash- ($169,841) the post office on N. Walnut St. and is year ago when Tomlinson was a
ilog'" ,but in the utility system budget, $199,821. filing the suit. The bone of contentionnow member of the Scruggs and Car-
:: A youth from Brooker stopped and kept an eye on the snake while Sanderon -. which includes a $500,000 grant Street & Highway$141,865)( is whether Thornton should be suing michael firm.
| found a fence post he used to kill the big rattler, which he estimates weighed estimated revenue Is $58,852 above $150,764. the City or the Federal government The commission decided to inform
30 pounds. .expense. Additional Requests$41,420.(). Thornton's attorney's that the City of

Starke is its own insurance carrier
Commissioner Charles Schaefer "If they bring suit we'll go from
I i said eyewitnesses have said Thornton there," said Commissioner Jimmy
School Board Pays $35,000 for Work at Hampton caught his heel on the steps of the post Crosby.

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: Some$35,000 was released to Abney Board member Rodney Hall's motion July 12 meeting, the board tabled the approved. The contractor, however,
Construction Co. for work on the to remove the issue from the requests until the June 19 meeting. still feels he can complete the job by
Hampton Elementary project Mon. table passed unanimously. Then In a telephone call to the Telegraph, 'the Aug. 30 completion date if he gets
day night, July 19, with very little board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson's Lawrence A. Kelley, Jr., chairman of 'the roof material in, Jackson added
comment by the Bradford school motion to pay the funds, seconded by' the board of Abney Construction Co., There were two sets of masons on
board. Hall passed unanimously. said the elevation on the HE site were the job at HE this past week when he NOTCERegister
With architect Dave Jackson present Casey also told the board he'd two feet out. He said septic tanks and visited the site, Jackson said, bold
but not commenting Supt. Tom ordered a survey to make certain the drain fields had to be moved for whichhe block and brick masons.
Casey recommended the school board elevations on the HE building site says the school board or architectis
"The brick work looks
extremely
pay the funds certified by the architectural were where they were supposed to be. responsible, not Abney Construc- "
good... Jackson said, ...a tremen-
firm of Jackson &
Salley Abney Construction, according to architect -
dous from what the block
Reegar of Gainesville. The school tion.Kelley change
Jackson, found the elevations said Abney's contract with "
board tabled the fund request last of the site lower than the as-built the school board states that requestedpay work started out to be. to Vote
Monday night July 12, the action drawings of the HE school showed. requests approved by the architectural Kelley, the chairman of the board
coming before architect Jackson arrived That incurred the$5,800 change order firm are due within seven for Abney Construction Co., said
at the meeting."It which the contractor, Abney Con- days after certification by the architectural there is not truth to the rumor the
appears everything is in order. I struction Co. of Orange Park, charged firm. If the amount is not company is going out of business. At
recommend" bills on the pay requestsbe for bringing in extra fill to get the paid within 14 days of certification the the July 12 meeting, school board
paid, said Supt. Casey. The elevations up to where they were sup- school board would be in violation of member J.R. (Jim) Lawson asked architect -
superintendent, however, repeated posed to be. its contractural agreement with Jackson if the was certain a REGISTRATION BOOKS CLOSE
several times that the school board The school board first questionedthe Abney, Kelley said. contractor was still on the job at HE.
needs a workshop on the HE project.No change order, held up payment Abney Construction Co. is still Jackson assured Lawson the contractor
date was set for such a workshop and went to visit the site. Then with behind schedule, architect Jackson was still on the job. Lawson said FOR
however. Jackson absent at the first part of the said, after the pay requests had been he'd heard otherwise.

1st and 2nd PRIMARY ELECTIONS

I Methodists Set Special Service SundayA Church NewsMt.

Zion A.M.E Church
,
special re-consecration service ed In the sanctuary for the first time. will celebrate their choir Lawtey,
anniversary
followed by a covered-dish dinner is
set this The Reverend Thomas Mitchell will Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, July
Sunday July 25, at 11 a.m. at
22, 23, and 25. Your
the First United Methodist Church in be the guest preacher. Rev. Mitchelis presence will be
Starke to 11 a.m. to dedicate the currently District Superintendentof appreciated.The .
remodeling of the the Tallahassee District. He was
sanctuary.The t
pastor of First United Methodist Starke Seventh-day Adventist
service concludes six months of Church from 1950 through part of Church will hold its first Vacation Bible Election Office Open
School in their new sanctuary
1954.
extensive remodeling to the sanc-
tuary, including heating and cooling It was during this pastorate the begining Monday, July 26, through Saturday August 7 9 am 5
systems, carpeting, painting, lightingand members built the. sanctuary and Friday,July 30, from 7 to 9 p.m. night- pm
refinishing. education building.JileiMwifttrthe ly.

,1 pew,JwWl; Uw1ist-WAIn.aA..- -fu.-.; .tlujie""..I.ia lll-l <8" I The church is located on W.
through gifts, (donations and specialfunds covered-dish dinner in FellowshipHall. Madison St. across from Pine Forest J x .
provided pew cushions to be us- Apartments.
Crafts,nature stories, Bible stories PHONE: 964.6280 .
[iprizes and refreshments will be
I 3 Hospitalized in Broadside CollisionFour 1 t z t ; (available for children between the Neva Flynn
ages of four and 12.transportation.

persons 'were taken to Brad- baby was being kept overnight at 782-3464 If 964-6310 is a problem, call Supervisor of Elections
ford County Hospital after a collision BCH for observation, according to or to make ar
Wednesday afternoon in which a car Trooper D.C. Roberts of the Florida Rev. Tom Mitchell..former rangements.
entered US-301-N and was struck Highway Patrol. pastor, now district superintendent, Family and Friends Day Services Bradford County
broadside. will speak Sunday at rededication ser- will be held at New Hope Baptist
Brenda Mae Armentrout, Starke; Ms. Thomas was northbound on vice at First United Methodist Church from Thursday, July 22
US-301 1980 Ford Pinto. Mrs.
her driving a
one-year-old daughter, Rebecca; Church.
through Sunday, July 25.
Gloria Parker Thomas of Jacksonville Armentrout was coming out of
and a Thomas passenger, Marklee Starling Road and enterted I I
Robert .Cunningham, were all 301, crossing the northbound lane in .
transported t4 3'R/ irs. Armentrour1: i 1\! frontaoC thc-- Thomas vehicle,which
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complained "of back pains, Ms. crashed broadside'into the 1976 Vega. OCA1
Thomas had,a -inch cut to the bornj driven- by Mmentrout'as'ArmeritroutJMrs : ; &:!
across her forehead, Cunninghamhad : for
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bruises and'lacerations, and the failure to yield the right-of-way.
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Owner ftd'DER_ ; Agree 1 Sampson Cases :
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Negotiated!settlements with, five _.were' let for August 12-13, will be c7j"a
Sampson Lake property owners were cancelled, Farmer said.
reached at arr'-tin-site meeting Tues- No settlement has yet been reached
day with Cathy"Farmer of the-en-: 'in''regard.tothercanaLou property ,
forcemenfsection( DER's Jackson- owned jointly by Hardy and J.D.wOdoofrJlarrner .
ville offices; %;>#?:$ said, due.tdLthe fact, The property;owners had been cltecT that Worn ways not present at the onsite -!I f .
for dredging (unpermitted dead-end, I. meeting. ....
canals (boat slip*)Alto their property'' "'. o .r
from the lake Fanner said chewpulddraf "
consent!orders; in the-five"settlements -,' ? THE BRADFORD ."_'
and send them to 'attci tey',, :; liCOUNTY-TELEGRAPH
Dudley Hardy the first of next-week ** .
?ubliihe l '
< Thursday
every
for signing by the five property r'Y" .
owners. After the consent orders a at.135 W. Call Street

signed, hearings in,the cases,which Starke. Florida 32091

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kill. ll i First Electric Light Plant Cost City f Starke $1,000 I..iii GOPHER it"i>iii iiii< -.."ill! i II


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{ j Electric lights for Starke became a 1 On motion of Councilman Hackett, from nowhere and swarmed around such horn shall be sounded at least 50
reality in 1897 when the City Council, the following resolution was adopted: the glowing street lamps much to the feet from each street crossing and the
,:: I with J.M. Truby. chairman issued j dismay of citizens who were enjoying same shall continue to be sounded until
t script in the amount of $1.000 for the, "Resolved that there be issued to the luxury of adequate street lights said street crossing is reached.
purpose of "providing a system of F W.O. Tison one script of $500 payable for the first time. Fortunately, there were very few
'j I electrical lights for the town 01I' (F one year after date and one script of cars in those days.
> .
electric
The first lights came
Starke. $500 payable two years after date
I I each bearing interest from date at the several years before the first "motor The 1914 ordinance book also
I' The town council met Monday rate of 10 per cent per annum, cars" which required a new set of or reveals that the City Marshal received
night May 7, 1987 and heard the committee payable semi-annually in advance. dinances published in 1914 to ,cope a salary of $50 per month; it was
I on electric lights report the Said script shall be issued to W.O. with the new-fangled "horseless car unlawful to advertise a motion picture .
I Tison for a loan of $1.000 for the pur- riages. or "opera" that would be performed
pose of providing a system of electric on Sunday; and any person in sat l
l Hordes of Bugs lights for the town of Starke." First Cars Limited juring a shade tree in the public
\ streets or squares of the town "by

( Invaded City's The first "light plant," as it was To 10 Mile SpeedOn himself his children or any horse or
t j First Street for mule or cow of his" was liable to paya 1 1
Lights called in those days, was strictly City Streets fine of $25.Persons .
the purpose of lighting at night. Elec-
tricity was not available during the who neglected their calling
According to this ordinance, it was
: of communication from daylight hours. or employment misspent what they
.! receipt a unlawful to drive a car at a rate of
W.O. Tison offering to carry $1.000 1 The first night the street lights were speed exceeding 10 miles per hour could earn and failed to provide for
worth of script at an interest rate of 10 1 turned on, the town was invaded by a within the city limits, it also providedthat the support of their families were sub
percent per annum to finance this ject to a fine of$50 or 60 days in jail or Reserved H
I horde of "electric light bugs, huge all such vehicles "shall be equipped Gopher Rights
both the
in the discretion of
!; progressive step. flying insects that seemed to appear with an alarm or signal horn and mayor. '
Bell on the Wanee branch, for transshipment ."Their book of rules goes all the
to Pensacola. The land way from horses and mules down to
About this same time the around Bell is underlaid with
goldfish and silkworms, and tells how
.. .. .. .
\ Seaboard's branch line railroad from phosphate and overlaid with gophers. to care for each, but as gopher is not
'L' Starke to Wannee., affectionately When a man there sells a tract of landto the proper name for the animal in
known as "Peggy was carrying a a phosphate company he reserves question, nothing is said about it. '
,' ;mD"f"X: : : <(l R\r"A.\I S', strange cargo to Starke for trans- "gopher privileges until the land
:
shipment to Pensacola where gopher shall be worked and land having no marine
and
m, -- < stew was considered a gourmet dish. phosphate to number beneath of barrels it is valued of gophersper according animals"Turtles and care tortoises given are to them

So many gophers (the common acre it can produce in a year. The wouldn't suit a gopher, so until fur
name for the land tortoise) have been people of Bell grow fat selling gophers ther advice is available the ex-
eaten over the years that they are and the Pensacolans wax exceedinglyfat pressmen have to act upon the suggestions -

AMERICA NEEDS YOUR VOTE" now considered an endangered eating them, and so far no one is given by folks around
species and have state protection. But hurt. Kingsley take, who have grown gray
in its issue of August 1, 1913, The catching and studying gophers, that
SUPPORT YOUR CANDIDATES ON TUE? NOV4 1980 ,
jf Telegraph' carried the following arti- "But to the Southern ExV) ""s*Com- "you couldn't kill the darned thing\ ,
cle commenting on the traffic in I pany's officials in Starke, gopher nohow.'' Meanwhile the expressmen
gophers: I trade is a thorn in the bide. Tory have take good care to make the shipmentsas
A II I to be naturalists to some extent, so soon as possible." Penned up
Register Before ugust 7 "About twice a month a couple of 1 they can properly care for the live gophers in August have an odor all
barrels of gophers arrive here from
animals left in their care. their own.


Sure, the weather is hot and you'd rather be It isn't the big year in county or city elections -

fishing, or just sittin' in the shade with a tall but two County Commissioners and two

glass of your favorite iced drink, rather than School Board members must run for their County Agent's r1'I

thinking about the upcoming elections.If seats, and all four have opposition.On .

you've never registered to vote, or if you've the City front, competition developed for Notebook:

recently moved to Bradford County and just two of the three incumbents seeking re

failed to change your registration, why botherto election. <<

register now- why not wait until some more the total number of 'oy
Although voters
qualified
convenient time, when the weather is a bit !i:1
cooler? now stands at 7,749 a healthy increase of 264
over the 6,485 who were qualified for the 1980 Bobby

Well, the fact is that registration books for elections, it is estimated that there are perhapsa Taylor

the First and Second Primaries will close a cou- thousand persons in the county who could

ple of weeks from now -on Saturday, August 7, register and vote if they would only take the

to be exact, and there are numerous important time to do so. The Imported Fire Ant (IFA) is a

offices to be filled this fall, in spite of the fact nuisance to man. The ant damagessome
With
that there is no Presidential race to get so many problems and so many impor- crops, and it can interfere with
tant issues facing our state local and federal
everyone worked to a fever cultivation and harvesting of many
up pitch.
governments today, it is hard to understandwhy crops. When it infests lawns,gardens,

But there is a Governor to be elected, a anyone would be content to sit on the fields and pastures, it is a threat to I u .:q fi
Lieutenant Governor, and all members of the sidelines and criticize when they could registerto also mans health and well being. It can
maim
State Cabinet, including Secretary of State, vote-and make their voices heard at all levelsof domesticated injure animals and wildlife.or kill

Comptroller, Attorney General, Treasurer.and government.Time The IFA was first discovered in 4t
Commissioners Agriculture and Education.In Florida near Pensacola in 1948. It has
is growing short and August 7 will be since spread throughout the state to-
the Judiciary we have a Circuit Judge anda here before you know it. After that date, infest a least' portions.of all 67 coun-

County Judge to elect, and in the State registration books will close until after the Se- ties.The

Legislative branch we will vote for a State cond Primary on October 5. Don't fail to Florida Department of

Senator, District 5, and House members in register during the next two weeks, and take Divisions Agriculture of and Plant Consumer Industry Services and the,

Districts 13 and 21. On the national front there advantage of this opportunity to help shape the USDA APHIS, ahve entered into a

is a U.S. Representative and a U.S. Senator to government under which you will live for the 50/50 cooperative program to give
choose. next two years. temporary control of the IFA. This
program makes AMDRO Fire Ant
Bait available to the public at a Adult Arts and Crafts Group
relatively low cost of $2.50 per poundin I
one pound packages, and $50 for 25
U. S. Water DecliningIn pound packages. Meeting Now in Old Courthouse
If you have a IFA problem and
would like to purchse AMDRO
bait, a
Quantity and QualityMany Division of Plant Industry represen- Against the background of an 80-year-old hand-carved oak flreplac..ln'the
tative will be in our area next week. 1902 Bradford County courthouse, Mae Carey'Ifft and Donna
The bait will tw available. at the. Craven display arts and crafts turned out in the Adult Day Care. Center
----- -- --
Agriculture building auditorium on being conducted three days a week in the historic building. |: '' .

of the nation's rivers lakes and 38 percent in some instances in the North 301 in Starke from 8 a.m. to 5 David McCampbell. director of the program for the Bra'dford-t'nlon( ,: :
resulting Guidance Center, says the workshop Is on '
p.m. Thursday July 29. open Tuesdays Thursdays: and. ,
streams are as dirty, or dirtier than they were elimination of monitoring and research activities AMDRO Fire Ant Bait was Fridays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch Is served at noon. I.M'I .
ten years ago, and growing consumption of needed to ensure that government deci- developed for use in controlling the Adults interested In joining the program may contact counselor JJ< [' ,\at '

water threatens the country with shortages, according sions dealing with the environment are basedon IF A. However, it also controls the I 9648382. t "I: ,
to a recently compiled comprehensivereview sound science. native fire ant with the same treat- .
ment.
of the "State of Environment 1982."
While environmental programs suffer from An important characteristic of this '
cuts, along with the sick, the elderly, and the bait is that it is slow acting. A fast acting CDLETfERS- ) I
The report also warned that the Reagan fldministration's needy, computer printouts of the administra insecticide will kill individualants : s- -
that it contacts, but the ,
sharp cuts in environmental queen ,
pro- tion's 1983 budget requests show that the White and the colony often escapes to '.
grams has posed grave dangers by eliminating House and the Cabinet are getting the usual kid another area. AMDRO treated con- Chief DeputyCommended Sports Pan' Worried "
the data base needed to make intelligent deci- glove treatment from Mr. Reagan's olies may be expected to show some For '
About
sions. "pennypinchers." effects in a few days, but a complete Special ServicesOn the Future'Of
4.. kill may take up to two months.To June All Star GamesAs
Saturday 26, one of
our
No progress has been made in controlling Columnist Jack Anderson reports that if Mr. prevent possible environmental sisters, her husband and one of their ,a concerned and 'disappointed_

bacterial pollution in rivers and lakes, which is Reagan has his way the White House budget damage breakdown, AMDRO is designed to daughters were involved in an parent and sports fan, I would like to
as bad as it was seven years ago, and the will upon exposure to sunlight automobile accident in which our
Gist increase by $11 million next year. And who in approximately 12 hours. For this express my concern for future All
to be in brother-in-law was killed. The accident Star Games.
appears backsliding efforts to
do think is slated for
you the biggest increase of reason no residual effect or harm to
was investigated by the Florida
remove dissolved solids from the water. Thursday night against Middlehurg
all None other than David Stockman, the the environment may be expected. Highway Patrol. Chief Deputy Moore there were two
major plays that
At the same time, water consumption is in- President's chief knife wielder (when it comes two When or five treating individual of AMDRA mounds, arrived at the scene shortly after it parently didn't meet the rules in the ap

creasing at twice the rate of population growth, to gorng other people's oxen). He has decidedan should be scattered tablespoons in the area of the happened. rule book and resulted in uncertainty
When he the situation of
saw inJured
causing many streams to dry up. Twenty-three extra $4 million will be needed to continue mound.Do not put bait directly on the lady whose husband an from the umpires.

percent more water is being drained out of the the fight on other governmental spendthrifts. mound mound and before do not dig in or disturb the alone with a special child was,just two Kehoe These was were out the at home time after out and going when.out.

underground aquifers than is being replaced According to Anderson, the Secretary of The rate for or broadcasting after application. counties away from relatives and of the area because the catcher was in,
annually, according to the study. This on large friends, he did everything possible at the line of play, Two rules'"safe"
alarming
Transportation has asked for $7.2 million more areas is 1 to m pounds per acre. the scene to comfort her. When the umpires :"
and
depletion will be one said "out, The"out"carried.
compounded in future years to cover office the During summer months,apply AM rescue unit picked them Mr.Moore
expenses, Secretary of up None
of the fans .
by growing pollution of DRO in early morning late agreed or
underground or afternoon
supplies.The Treasury wants another $4.2 million; and called his wife and had her meet him understood.
when no rain is expected. Ants
Secretary of the Interior James Watt seeks feed little at the hospital.Mrs. I hope that all umpires are more informed .
a very right after a rain
report was a bit more concer- or Moore took care of our niece
optimistic before
$3.9 million boost to continue his when the is another major game is-
ning progress made toward improving air efforts to sell temperature very high or while the hospital staff was examin- played. I also
low. thought it very rude'that
off the
national forests and very
quality, finding that the number of healthful parks. Since AMDRO has no residual effect ing our sister and Officer Moore wentto the lights were turned off and all

days, as measured by air-pollution levels, had By Anderson's calculations, Reagan & Co. and since the IFA Queen can fly great lengths to make contact with the Letter people were still in the park.

dropped 39 percent in several of the nation's are asking for another $24 million in increased up to 12 miles treated properly can us.Officer and Mrs. Moore stayed with request.signed, but name withheld on::?

largest cities. But in spite of this improvement, office expenses for the White House and easily be re-infested. Retreatment as our sister and niece until the people li f fIS
needed Is
the study found that such air problems as acid Cabinet, which just happens to be about what desired level necessary of control.to maintain the from Sunland came for our niece and ..
rain, indoor pollution the we arrived at the hospital.So we would like for the of Brad;
"greenhouse effect" the special milk program for underfed childrenof Again, the AMDRO fire ant bait ford people
many people are so quick to County
from carbon dioxide and the nation sale in our area is 8 to know that they arej:
buildup, fluorocarbon would cost. A program which Mr. a.m. to 5 p.m. criticize Law enforcement officers blessed with
some
depletion of the ozone layer were not being adequately Reagan, incidentally, proposes to abolish next Thursday, July 29 at the Agriculture when they see the officers doing fleers and families in outstanding the Sheriff's ofcs!
Building on North 301 in Starke.
addressed by the something they don't understand Department
Reagan administratIon. year. that and the Florida Highway:
Patrol. 3:
So let us drink a toast tc White These officers do ands
far
House go above
.. .
Sharp cuts have been made in virtually all economy, and let us drink it not in champagne .Na beyond the call of duty-they do have3

government programs? dealing with the en- as Mr. Reagan would do but in iir 1igraiil1 public compassion and and feelings for then;;
vironment
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I and Mrs. Marks Ritch Celebrate 50th Anniv

The News !
Social Side Of
g Celebrated Mr and their Mrs. Marks Ritch ",.'..ni \ii! ';\f':' .. ,. ""l___, "
golden wedding anriiversary ''c' .
; Sunday. July 11, at the .
,:Pratt Street Recreation Center at a Gladys Mooty
.:;reception given by their children and i ,,, +,
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3 At points of interest in the Center 96,-7608
yere arrangements of yellow roses, : : ____
:cremations: : daisies and baby's ,

.Sjreath....

5 Miss Saniira Wall greeted the Melanie Parrish and John Howard Wed June 10

:;guests at the door and kept the guesthook. j j'r ,
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Standing in the receiving line a ? M
::were Mr and Mrs. Ritch and three J G Melanie Parrish, daughter of J.T The maid of honor and bridesmaids
Daughters: Mrs. Ralph Thomas, Mrs. 1 A Parrish of Starke and Eunice Saucer- dresses were rainbow colors of
Paul Landry and Mrs. Wayne Wall. man of Palatka, and John Howard polyester organza, bouffant skirts
: edged in tiers of lace. The maid of
son of Mr. and Mrs. Canova Howard
5 The three refreshment tables were .,,.! \... k I of Lake Butler, were united in mar honor carried a bouquet of spring
xovered with white lace cloths. The : ..' I riage Thursday, June 10, in the Harmony flowers and the bridesmaids carried
jake table was centered with a four ,: f< 't"1 1 Free Will Baptist Church in silk parasols with bouquets of !spring J
tier cake decorated with .... .. 5 inside.
yellow .. )! I Lake Butler with James Roebuck performing Ds flowers
.{lowers and gold leaves and had the ', r t ta II I the nuptials.
figure "SO" on top. Mrs. Norman 11r Zeb Howard, nephew of the groom
Traylor and Mrs. Frankie Crews cut .. Presenting a program of nuptial served as ring bearer wearing a
the cake. I music were pianist Kay Crosby and .' minature while tux
Mrs. David Carter and Miss Denise soloist Sharon Fussell, pianist Cindy
:Thomas presided at the punch table f .., .'j O'steen and soloist Lori Clyatt with Heather Blocker cousin of the
.'where the two punch bowls were encircled ., .', Vera Clyatt playing the organ. \ bride, served as flower girl. She worea
., with fern interspersed with v ."'; : '( pink organza gown similar to the
_yellow roses. The refreshment table yt{ : The bride given in marriage by her i.l bridesmaids
held dainty sandwiches, nuts and j. "'" : father, choose a long gown of white 1 .
"'mints. All the tables held gold candle chiffon and Alencon lace. The gown I Kay Buhala directed the Modeling i
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holders with white tapers. 1. was highlighted with a a scooped The reception was held in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ritch have five / neckline edged in tiny seed pearls. fellowship hall of the church with I
'children.: Jimmy Ritch, Yvonne : The bodice was overlayed with Alen l :Mary )Frances Swing greeting the I
Thomas, Vonda Wall, Bonnie Landry con lace Long fitted sleeves of lace guests
'and Glen Ritch; 16 grandchildren and .' "< finished at the wrist with a flonnce of
six great-grandchildren. ., chiffon edged in lace. The skirt was Mary )Lee Stet-n and Jamc Hayes
.-. Approximately 100 guests called 1: 7 appliquied with lace and seed pearls !served Ihe wedding cake with Donna
between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. including i and flowered into an attached chapel 1 loward serving I the grooms cake. The
from out-of-town: Mr. and v ., '. .. ;," h 1 I I"" train. The chapel length veil of bridal punch was served by Maria Thomas
Mrs. Doug Lyles, Mr. and Mrs.Dallas ., illusion was attached to a Juliet Capof and Debbie Crawford Haltielx-e. Ida
'Bevins, Mr. and Mrs Ritch Mixchew, fl' lace and seed pearls. The bride car Lee Hawkins, Loretta Hart and
;Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kinchen and Mrs. 1 ried a European cascade of white --- ---- Pearlie Mae Belford served the hors
Regina Potter, all of Jacksonville and i i roses and stephanotis. :\.... and :Mrs John I low ant d'ot'uvrl'S. '
r 1 Mr. and Mrs. Casey Carlisle of Tren- w Amy Swing gave out the nee bags
:ton. Mr. and Mrs. Marks Ritch Canova Howard served as best man The maid of honor was Tern Par during the reception
for his son. Charles Howard, Andy
Howard David Howard brothers of rish, sister of the bride Bridesmaidswere
,
Welch Tern After a wedding I trip lo (IXtvlona
Penny RigRs, Tina
the groom; Chuck Howard, nephew of cousinof Beach the couple returned to Lake
Gaskins and Debbie Parrish
I i the groom; Jack Parrish, brother of reside
Butler where I theywill
Honoree -
Cheryl Boney Party the bride and Billy Ray Elixson. the bride



Boney-Moxley candles in silver holders Arrangements of roses were used to RECEPTIONISTASSISTANTFOR
Mrs. at the
Smith punch
presided highlight points of interest in the par- First Methodist
Wedding July 31 bowl. Sandwiches, cookies, nuts and Has

The wedding of Cheryl Boney and mints were also served ty Mrs.rooms.Gruen greeted the guests at Special ServiceA DOCTORS OFFICEMust
Ben Moxley III will be an event of Rose corsages were given to Miss the door and presented them to the
the Boney, Mrs. W T. Boney, mother of special re-consecration service have basic clerical skills and excellent personalty
Saturday July 31, at 7:30: p.m. in receiving line composed of the will be this
Sunday, July 25, at the
the bride-elect and Mrs. Ben Moxley,
Keystone Community Church with a honoree her mother, Mrs. W.T. but will
mother of the The First United Methodist CHurch in. for dealing with people. Experience helpful
prospective groom.
reception following at the Keystone Boney and mother of the prospective Starke at 11 a.m.
Woman's Club. All friends and honoree was also given a toasterbroiler groom, Mrs. Ben Moxley, Jr. train qualified person.
attend. oven as a memento of the occasion Saturday, July 24, the Senior
invited to
relatives covered
table
are
The dining room was
Citizens group will be leaving the
with a Navy blue linen cloth and church at 10:30: a.m. to attend a INSURANCE CLERK FOR
centered with an arrangement of blue
special matinee of "South Pacific" at
Miss Cheryl Boney Miss Cheryl Boney silk roses. Two glass punch bowls the Alhambra Dinner Theatre. Tuesday CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
iced Cokes and silver held
Honored With held trays
July 27, the Junior High MYF
Kitchen ShowerMiss Coke Party HonoreeMiss hors d'oeuvers back and sweets.iced Cokes will be going skating. Saturday, July Experience: in insurance relations and filing of all
Cheryl Boney, whose mar- On the patio were 31, the Young Adults will have bowl-
desired.
with hors d'oeuvers types insurance To apply phone:
Cheryl Boney was honored ata served along
riage to Ben Moxley III will be an ing and pizza party.They will be leaning
kitchen shower,Thursday,July 8, at from a round table covered with a' .
event of July :31, was honored at a the church at 6 p m
the Tom Casey home on Crosby Lake Coke party Saturday morning from burgundy cloth and centered with an 473-3604 between the hours noon 1 p.m. and 4 Spm

Hostesses were Mrs. Millard Brown, 10:30: 12:30 at the home of Mrs. arrangement of zinnias. only.

Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs. Herb Herres, Harry Giuen in Country Club Estates. Assisting in serving were Erika and .. .. _. . .. .
Mrs. Ted Oglesby, Mrs. Mike.Reddish hostesses were.Mrs Drew Red- Alisha Gruen, Debra Johns, Mrs. - -- '
and Mrs David Smith. Richard Odom and Mrs. Dennis Con-
Landprues dish. Mrs. Ralph Bryan, Mrs. .Alf naughtpn.. ,. .,... .t IIaW '" "" .... rr
Appropriate: game 'fere"'p jaye IrM--.v..ftTJJl'Reddt..M.. .. ; ? 9 ,
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f ** 'The .hostesses presented the ::
awarded Tj Jimmy tiCrosby.fcMrst Mike*' Sexton, CineDax :
The refreshment table was covered Mrs. James Duncan, Mrs. R.G, honoree with a glass cake dish with "Pfesenting .
with a white embroidered cloth. It Paterson Mrs. James Bloodworth, dome as a memento of the occasion.
was centered with an arrangement of Mrs. Donald Carter and Mrs. R.M. Approximately 75 guests called bet- tb a
mixed roses and flanked by yellow Riherd. ween the appointed hours. movie serv1ce

-. -. 24 hour .
. Th
e of mOVies.
Kevin Michael Moody Kelly Jean Donn choice
Inmon and Terrie Moody of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Gene Donn of Starke different
announce the birth of a son, Kevin announce the birth of a daughter,Kel-
Michael, born July 14 in Shand's '. ly Jean, born July 12 in Orange Park
Teaching Hospital. He joins a Community Hospital. She joins a
brother, Brian Rosier, age 3. BIRTHS sister, Tiffany, age 3.
Paternal grandparents are Enoch Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
fend\ Edna Moody of Hazelhurst, Ga. Mrs. Charles Wiehagen of North
Maternal .grandparents! ; are,Hewit. ., .. Braddock Pa. and great-
end Inez Brice of Lawtey, grandmother, Mrs. Pauline Rutkoskiof

West Mifflin Pa.
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Scott McRae
i Jeremy
Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
; ofd .,
and Jan McRae
Jeffrey ,
Bessie Mae Donn of Starke.
Theressa, announce the birth of a son, Jacqueline It'' se &
;Jeremy Scott, born July 18 in Alachua D.iniflie, Klifeabeth Luke

General Hospital.'r ," iq Mr. and Mrs: Kick and Nancy Luke,
: Paternal'grandparents are Julian of Lake Butler announce the birth of Danlelle Lynn McKinney I
find Nita McRae of Theressa. Paternal twin daughters, Jacqueline Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKinney of ,
great-grandparents are Robert E. Danielle Elizabeth, born July 13 in Mershon, Ga., formerly of Starke, an- \
and Leona Bitgood of Theressa and Alachua General Hosptlal, nounce the birth of a daughter, 'f1 'f\ !
Russell and Eula McRae of Slarke. Danielle born tlfi aIdUiI1OF
Gainesville 4 :jrc.. '**" Lynn, July 10 in 't"1)O'
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Maternal grandparents are Grace Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Waycross, Ga. \
Searle of Theressa and Chester Searleof Dorothy Moulton! of St.. Augustine and Mrs. McKinney is the former Miss ;' ,'
Starke. Maternal great. Mr Robert Moulton of Ft, Lauder- Ellen Hagan.
,
grandparents are John and Ruth dale The baby's grandmothers are Mrs.
Hammond and ,Delaney. and. Price Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Bettie Mizelle of Starke and Mrs. Ed-
Fisher, all of Theressa: >? Mrs. Gene Torbert, of Lake Butler. na Hagan of Graham.

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Engaged Couple Honor With Pool Party Miss Polly GriffisCelebrates !.


.Miss Wanda Atwood and Doug Red- A,buffet supper was served on the 14th

dish, whose marriage will be an event veranda. The table was covered witha BirthdayMiss Ii
of Aug. 7, were complimented at a green linen cloth and centered witha
pool party and buffet supper Saturday large ceramic frog encircled with Polly Griffis was surprised ata
evening, July 17, from 5 to 9 p.m. cattails, palmetto fronds, water lillies party given for her Sunday after
given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Biggs, and other pond plants. noon on her 14th birthday by her !
Mr and Mrs Maxie Carter, Jr., Mr The hosts presented the honored mother, Mrs. Anita Griffis and Miss
and Mrs. George Roberts, Mr. and couple with two pieces of their every- Sarah Faulk at the Griffis home on I
Mrs Joseph Valinski and Mr. and day crystal. Griffis Loop. I IflLJ1S
Mrs. Warren Winkler at the home of Among the guests were the couple's Games were played and \
the latter on East Call Street. parents Mr and Mrs. Drew Reddishand refreshments served to the 15 guests
The 40 guests enjoyed swimmingand Mrs. J C. Wynn. Out-of.town during the party hours.
games. A prize was awarded to guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Red- The party rooms were decoratedwith
the winners of the table tennis tourna dish of St Augustine, Kim Sanders the orange and blue Gator colors
ment Tommy Reddish; first runner- and Terry Parker of Jacksonville and using cheerleader shakers and ban ,
up, George Knoblock and second Marty Chastain of Camp Lejeune, ners. The refreshment table was
runner-up, Doug Reddish. N.C. centered day cake.with a orange frosted birth Over 50 movies each month. Family scheduling. Movie choice, not duplication. :

Cinemax is the cable TV service with Scheduled with the whole family in mind. Movies that are chosen because they're
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--- Everything from classics to contempo Family movies at family hours More adult. don show-so you get more movie i
raries. All uncut and uninterrupted. onented movies, at more adult hours. choice and less movie duplication. I
QUESTION: Who do you elect for State Representative if, you

want a man who will be truly: effective in the Legislature, has a Cinemaxrtn

good background and many years of legislative experience, is not

controlled by special interests, and is HONEST? Our difference is our movies:" .

ANSWER: JERRY JOHNSON! ,



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PlI Miss Terecsa Moore F rewen'Receptlon

11 ,- Honors Father
j Dlcandlo Honored WithBridesmaids Rooney

11 Celebrate l 93rd LuncheonMiss Following Mass on Sunday,July 18.
Father Edward Rooney was honoredat >
BirthdayLeon '
Teressa Moore, whose mar a farewell reception held in St. Ed-
j, Dicandio, Sr., who was 9 3 riage to Richard Martin will be ane ward's parish hall by parishioners, u
\ years old on June 22, celebrated th, event of July 31, was honored at a Father Rooney' thanked all for their (,
occasion with a family reunion on Ju i.I bridesmaids luncheon Monday at the support during the two years he has.n
|ly 4 at their home off Be .sent Road. home of Mrs. Charles Schmitt. withe been serving St Edward's Catholic rl
The Dicandios had 16 children tin, co-hostesses Mrs. David Kirkland, Church. He has been assigned to St.
I 13 living are Mary. Addie Josephine!, Miss Kelhjo Dyal and Miss Shana Luke's in Middleburg as pastor. j
James, Bertia Mike, twins Thelma, Schmitt. Mrs. Josephine Cumber. Altar' g
Selma, Virginia, Leon Jr.. Angelina, The bride's table in the dining room Society president presented Fatherso:
?: Joseph and Millie and three deceased, was covered with a blue linen clothe Rooney with gifts of lab and clerical
This is the first time since the. edged in lace and centered with a dollI shirts as gifts of gral itude on behalf of
children began to {leave home that al I surrounded with arrangements of the parishioners of St. Edward's. >i
13 could be together. greenery and pink roses. A smallerf The refreshment tables were ..I
Mr. Dicandio has lived 46 years o table was centered with a doll and encircled covered with yellow cloths and,>:
his 93 in Bradford County. with fern and pink rosebuds. centered with a variegated arrangement ",<
Attending were 92 family am] Bridal place cards marked the of silk flowers. A cake
1! tew sY p }rk :' 18 great-grandchildren. Mrs. wedding attendants and her mother appropriate wording of good wishes to in
Dicandio also had two sisters anc 1 Mrs. Doris Moore. Father Rooney was served. Also served v-
families to attend, Pearl Lindsey ol f The hostesses presented theI were coffee punch. sandwiches
i St. Augustine and Imey Meeks I honoree with corsage and an item of cookies and a variety of goodies. Ji.;.
t family of Georgia. lingerie for her trousseau as a Father Joseph Finlay of Jacksonville .>:
memento of the occasion. ."
4rr td has been assigned pastor of St. >
,
-' Jane Stanwix-Hay Edward's effective July 24. !' .:
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\ .aW Celebrates 8th BirthdayJane .. ..
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Stanwix-Hay spent her eight!h **
birthday, July 15, with her parent:s Dr. and Mrs. Jim Cullison of Mon- Darlene Norman visited Mr. and tH

r ..... and friends tubing down thi! ticello were Monday I to Wednesday Mrs John Voudy in Miami the paste
Ichetucknee River.
of Mrs W.H Thomson.
guests
I two weeks. r
After of the thend
getting out water at <+
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of the three hour journey. th e """
4r' group enjoyed a picnic Supper. The y r Mr, and Mrs. John Reeves of Town- Denise Cissy was on the Dean's
returned to Starke for cake and ic e send. Tenn.. M Edward Burns of Honor List for the spring semester at
cream. Jacksonville ds.Mrs. Pearl Picker- California. State University Chico.
Dale Buchanan and Rick Brasuell 1 I ing of Tampa were last week guests of Cal.
helped chaperone the trip down the Mrs. J.E. Wilson.
"Ich." Friends attending were.,

Stephanie Agin, Kelly Ann Duncan,,
a oa Yvonne Bobo, Amy Lewis. Leigh Ann ;j'
Odom, Brooke Watson Brad FEDERAL
Neighbors, Michael McKinney, Jennifer REVENUE ::
j 44 Keys, Becky Phillips Jennifer
I !L Dodge, Aimee Ferguson, Tim Lewis, SHARING PROPOSAL i
J __ and Jane's big brother, John.
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The City of Starke .
National Guard City Commission will hold a

** meeting on Tuesday, July 27, 1982 at 7 p.m in the com:1

Officers Wives missioner's room at the city hall for the proposed use of ,A.

Have Meeting the Federal Revenue Sharing Allocation. ,'

< The National Guard Officers Wives The estimated amount of this allocation is 569,042. All tt
held a brunch at Ponce DeLeon Country
,-,
m Club, in St. Augustine, July 17. citizens are invited to express their opinion or request
Those attending from Starke were on how this money is to be allocated. The proposaluseof
Mrs. George Winkler, Mrs. A.J. this Federal
w. Revenue Sharing Allocation is for the ;-1 t
Eaves, and Mrs. Donald Rardon.
fiscal 198283.
year
Attending from Camp Blandingwere .:-S
..,
Christmas in July... Mrs. Gus Gonzalez and. Mrs.

This is how all those Yule season goodies sold get and material and showed off some of her stained glass Wayne Jordan. NEIL L. TUCKER .>>
made for the annual Christmas bazaar of the First work. CITY CLERK '
United Methodist Church. It may be July but the United Laurie Mullins shows off her soft sculptures of Mr.
:Methodist Women work all year long on the bazaar and Mrs. Santa Claus. :Mrs. Mullins takes orders for the '
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which has become a local occasion the week before Christmas tree ornaments and turns the money over to
Thanksgiving each year. the church bazaar. She makes about a hundred of such .t..
ornaments each year. .
Ladies working in Tuesday's workshop are (II-r) The ladies sort of keep to themselves the exact
Sharon William, Bernadine Early, Annette Pusateri. amount of money they made on the bazaar. That way It WITh
Kay :McKinley, Nancy Roberts Carole Stevenson, won't get caught up {in the regular church budget. The .i .
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Laurie Mullms, Phyllis Carver,and Ethel Fuller. Nancy ladies buy special things they want with the money, suchas '
I Odom( and :Mary Agnes Ferguson are not shown. the blinds in the new Fellowship Hall and the church ;1::
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van. Some of their money might have gone to help buy ..... ._.... .wJ r'Sr '
Nancy; Roberts demonstrates how to make a colorful new pew pads for the newly remodeled sanctuary; but .+." ..WIIW 5 '
Christmas wreath out of a styrofoam ring and left overcloth Carolyn Eaves secured other donations for,(hem. ," ", n 'Iil/, I., .. ," ?OONnNENEAL. I 'Jr/?/t n3 ro116i7rq rfqz
at left above. Nancy showed the ladles how to Next workshop 'is set Aug.' '3 'at'. .10. a.m..' in, 'the. ,.. ".. ....R.' i"n ,..
make a beautiful Christmas tree out of a styrofoam cone Fellowship Hall: '


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Among'!:those attending'!:Joey Herres
piano recital Sunday afternoon at
Mr and Mrs. T.H. Slade and Dr. High school students who are on a Santa Fe Community College were
and Mrs. T.G. Ritch have returned student exchange program in Ger- Mrs. Herbert Herres, Mary Hum- SUCH THING 11
from a two and one-half week trip to many for three weeks are Kim phries, Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs.W.H. AS
Nova Scotia. Rieske Catrell Overstreet, Wynnett Thomson, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs.
Joiner Robin Stern, Brenda Bawek John Griffin, Mrs. Henry Greene and
Mr and Mrs. Bill Parks and familyof and Pam Pratt. They were accom- son, Shane, Mrs. Louise Harden, Mrs.
Atlanta spent the weekend with his panied by John and Wanda Smith. Thelma Double and Mrs. Jeanne Cor- i I
mother, Mrs. Louie Bell Parks. nell.Cn"'pU".ttl *oM
A DISTANT, .,.sl. -, .

Mr and Mrs. A. Russell Norman
I... beW OTi
were at the Baptist Assembly in
Ridgecrest, N.C. last week where j .iIi1! bi'o .tMqqa
:Mrs Norman attended library week. '! oils ooitwonnerad :
RELAITVE1 ..' ,- uat,1181f110
Mrs. Don Koretz and daughter, ru a9mfnlf :J blots
:Manya, of Amherst. N.H. arrive Mon < JO eu I,1i., .;; .aTM '10t
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day for two weeks visit with her ,outsold aW

mother, Mrs. Arlin McKnight. Ttftu1eondFowab i .. Your third) cousin l hvfce: .:I is is

Mrs. Pearl Pickering of Tampa is i removed may be in Cqlifor'J'!
guest this week of Mrs. Hildabelle ",1t
nia.But
Bence at Kingsley Lake. She visited I M ,, betas'dose herein i
Mrs. J.E. Wilson last week and will -k:1: 1 as your family,right atown
visit other friends while here for two # When '
w
weeks. t : r 1 ,,you"'call long, }
distances
.
A i
Mr and Mrs. D.N. Jerkins of Max- And if you dial direct-! ;' '
ville were Sunday evening dinner without J
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson. operator assistance, a
i : you wont have to spend *t :
Mrs. Gergory Tyler and children i -I much to A
spend
returned to their home in Dallas, money a i
Texas Wednesday after a weeks visit r little time with him 7

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.B. 's For example a three-
,
Whitehead.Mrs. rs ...J
..
w minute call from Lewiston,

Arlin McKnight has returned < Maine to Bakersfield, CaliII -
after two weeks with relatives in '" '
fornia
Manning. Columbia and Monck's Cor .I '! will : more
than $1.30 exuding .
ner, S.C.Mr. ; federal
,
and Mrs. R.O. Dansby and Mr. <1";' ,tt. row and locale ataxes.t

and Mrs. Rodney Hall returned Tuesday JULY --t And our
31
of last week after two weeks camping 1981 9100 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. regular 8 A.M. to 5 PM.
trip to Ozark, Ala., Spruce Pine, JAMES T. WAINWRIr.HT ., '> rates. If
N.C. and the Smoky Mountains. nuperintrn.i.nr. f' ;i you call during

.. ._. of
one our bargain calling
% .. :
Waycross.Mr. and Mrs.Ga. A.S.Friday Harrison and Saturday were in HILTON c.rue COLtMANInst tor .;:.'? '1' t' periods(weekends and .
'I(
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robersonand i'r week nights after 5 PM) .

her mother, Mrs. R.T. Hipps in a ",'t. you can save up to 60% off "
home who had "
nursing a stroke.
in- i our regular rates. '

; Mrs. Nell Pipkin and Mrs. Vicie BEAUTIFUL I4 t r r So if there's too much .}
Watkins of Bonifay were weekend NEW APARTMENTS { :
m ;' distance between
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin. NOW 1 7 you and
TAKING APPLICATIONS! r 4 y.:.T v: your favorite relatives, picki
Mrs. Roy Clemons visited her Orangewood ApartmentsP.O. I "";
phone.
cousin Mrs Lordell Hill In o? .up your
Brooksville over the weekend and BOX 146 ,. .7, ;* And let Continental bring !.
also visited her brother Edward Par- Starke, Florida 32091 Y &-** your family a little closer '
rish in the Lake City VA Hospital on .
Sunday afternoon. together. .
(f.\

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1.2. and 3 Bedroom Apartments Yk :
Mrs. Gladys Dean of Old Town featuring central heat
was
and air
Sunday supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. refrigerator.; wall to wall shag carpeting; drapes; stove and I k 't. 41 Continental Telephone !,
C.L.
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By Elizabeth Terry and other'relatives.Mr. Pauline DeVore while her sonInlawand Mr. and Mrs. B'.L. Wilkison, Jr. From Page 1A) protection system on Old Lawtey Rd. I

Phone 782-3300 Louie '.c,. Vf'etinwrlght of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Obed Mrs. Craig Carroll and children, out ahead with such a new rate or pay to Market Rd.
: from Boca Raton their Lucas said two activities are still
Tallahassee are visiting
spent Saturday afternoon Pauley, are on vacation. right at wha: they pay now, Accordingto J \
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: July 10 with his mother, Mrs. Truby Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. the study. It would be the lower left on the three year HUD program j
Old Fashioned! Day was observed at Wainwright Starke, spent Saturday with their Elizabeth Smyth's friend, Jane volume customers, those who use and the city still has $80,000 left to
Highland Missionary Baptist Churchon We are happy to learn that Mrs. mother, Mrs. Thelma Prevatt.Mr. Lockwood, returned Tuesday to her water sparingly, who would likely spend. A resolution was unanimously
Sunday, July 18. Miss Vanita A.D. Dobbs, and Mrs.Bill Dobbs were Franklin Starling, of home in Jacksonville.Mrs. out ahead, while high volume passed to ask HUD to approve use of
come
Baldwin, a missionary from Jackson both able to return home on Monday Bryceville, was a Wednesday over- Fred moore and Mrs. Wesley customers would probably be paying any left over funds for the two extra
ville, was the guest speaker.The after being in Bradford County night guests of his parents, Mr. and Thomas, of Live Oak, went to Tampa in the future. projects Lucas listed.
yard and bake sale of Grace Hospital for a week. Our prayers are Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mrs. Thursday, and stayed until Monday more When the discussion turned to EPA cut down the amount of its
United Methodist Church was a great with them. .B.L. Wilkison, Sr., spent three July 12. Mrs. Jewel Wade came backto detailed questions about the financesof grant to the city, and the work cut out
success. They collected enough to Mrs. John Wyrick of Tallahassee, weeks with her son and daughterinlaw Live Oak with them. Mrs. Fred the proposed sewer and sanitation by EPA all sewer rehabilitation in
paint the sanctuary of the church. Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of Gainesville, Mr.and Mrs. Hubert Wilison and Moore and Mrs. Jewel Wade went to improvements Lucas suggested a the Reno target area of HUD, was
PERSONALS: Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch and son family in Live Oak. Jacksonville and Miss Rachel Byer workshop be called to delve into the transferred to the HUD Project,
Friends of Mr. W.L. Boatwright are Steve, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Sr., came home with them and the threeof finer points of the package. Lucas explained to the council. Work
happy to learn he was able to return Futch and sons, of Jacksonville had a.good gospel sing at the Gospel them went to Fairfield where they July 31 is the expected deadline for under the city's fourth straight HUD .1
home Friday,July 16,after surgery in Beach, and Mrs. Rolph Fachtmann, Music Park at Lawtey on Saturday, met with their two brothers, George the approval of the step 3 construction grant will be to:
Veterans Hospital, Tampa. Our and daughter Carla, of Yokohamma, July 17.Mrs. and David and Mrs. Bruce Boyer at grant so the July 26 workshop shouldbe Improve the drainage on the north
prayers are with him. Japan, attended a family reunion on Mildred Lockhart, of Jackson the home of Mrs. Pearl Boyer. They the decision-making meeting to end of Cooper Street and east of Old
Mr. and Mrs. John Steele spent a Saturday,July 17 at the home of Miss ville, Is spending some time with Mr. stayed until Friday and returned to resolve the grant request by the end Lawtey Road.
month's vacation in apple creek Ohio, Elizabeth Terry. Everyone enjoyed and Mrs. Toni Hodge. Her husband, Lawtey.They took Miss Rachel Boyer of the month. Install water lines on Market .
and Livingston. Tenn. visiting their being together. Stuart, arrived on Monday.Mr. home on Sunday morning and went to Step 1 of the improvement projectwas Road, from Cooper Street north to
sons and families. Miss Authurine Blanchard Linda and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and the First Baptist Church with her. the original 201 facilities plan. Market Road..Improvement. J
Mrs. Doris Meredith and her Norman and Mr.and Mr. Earl Troxell four McCollum Street.
Mrs. Allie Strong, wentto family went on vacation and visited spent Step 2 was the design of Im- to
daughter, of Jacksonville, Miss Patty Baker County Nursing Home, Mc- Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Caudill, of days with their brother-in-law and provements pointed out in the
Keene, of Nashville, Tenn. and Miss clenny, on Thursday, July 15, to Hampton, Tenn., and other places.Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell at facilities plan, and step 3 will be the Come
Cathy Denmark, of Atlanta, Ga.,, celebrate Miss Enza Blanchard's 94th and Mrs. Alchua Hamilton and Branford.We actual construction. Together Day
visited their grandmother, Mrs. Lois birthday. Miss Arthurine Blanchard daughter, Kimberly, of Gainesville, are happy to report that Mrs. Three public hearings have been At RJE Complex
Carter on Tuesday. assisted by Linda and Allie, servedcake visited their aunt, Mrs. Rossie Red- Tim Wilkerson, who has been on the held the from the
on $330,000 grant Friday
Mrs. John Tye, Sr., spent a week in and ice cream. dish, on Saturday afternoon.Mr. sick list, is much improved. Our federal Department of Housing and SaturdayA
Jacksonville, with her brother-in-law Mrs. HH. Futch is spending a and Mrs. Elmo Lohr, of prayers are with her. Urban Development and Lucas said social hour at 6:30 followed by a
and sister Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Roberts month with her daughter. Mrs. Jacksonville, spent some time with there was good representation at the variety program at 7:30 will launch

first of the two required public hear- Come Together Day at the RJE com-
ings in the target area, and said few plex Friday night, July 23.
I Hampton Hilites Brooker NewsBy negative comments were voiced. The two-day observance will con-
Lucas reported Tuesday night that"we're tinue Saturday, with a Family
Recreation Day from 12:30: to 6:30 I
well dictated whatwe
Dolores Meng celebration Including skiing,boating, By C.E. "Sue" Davis of Mayo were the weekend guests of have pretty to do," with the HUD in grant p.m., including Softball, baseball, and
swimming, horseshoes and other Mrs. Doris
Kelly. other outdoor
activities. Senior
Phone: 468-1915 Phone: 485-1344 but he did say a request should be
Mrs. E.W. Hodges and grand Citizens will be
games. honored at a dinner
CB Club the The manager of the Handy Way and made to utilize monies that might be
those Mr.
Among enjoying daughter Amy accompanied during the day, with the public also in-
The Timberwolves CB Club will festivities were Mr. and Mrs. Michael food store at Brooker, Wilma Mrs. Mark Hodges and their new son left over from that grant in the Reno vited.
hold a meeting in the City Hall on Mowry of Lake City, Jolene Kirvin of McDaniels said an annual project of of Hampton over to visit great- target area for rehabilitation of area All events are sponsored by the Con-
Thursday, July 22, at 8 p.m. All in- Hollywood, Cheryl Thompson and her company is now in progress each grandmother, Mrs. Ruby Hodges last sewers that would be included in the cerned Citizens of Bradford County
terested persons are invited to attend.On family of Gainesville, Lewis weekend until sometime in Saturday. EPA project and to improve the fire
July 3, seven members of this and the Don Roberts family of Stare, September. This is the yearly drive J.C. Harrell was admitted to the
club participated in the Baker County the Quentin Ford family, and other for "Jerry' Kids" and the "Muscular North Regional Hospital suffering a .
Shrine Parade held in Macclenny. friends from Gainesville and Dystrophy Foundation. The past heart condition last week. Harrell is FAMILY ;.;
Among activities enjoyed were the weekend a sidewalk sale ws held at much improved at this writing. EAGLE DISCOUNT
Parade, Blue Grass and Professional Jacksonville.Visit RelativesMr. the store parking lot with donations A.I. Mann is home from the Brad STORES?
Cloggers entertainment. and Mrs. Martin Meng and from friends and customers. ford County Hospital in Starke after
Woman's Club Amanda spent the weekend visiting McDaniels reports it was a great suc several days of extensive tests. Mann on talc Wednesday, Thursday,
The Hampton Woman's Club will Lori's family, Mr. and Mrs. Wildon cess. The weekend of July 24 and 25, and his wife, Nona, visited the Har- friday & Saturday! dW n
hold their next meeting on Thursday Stinson, near Orlando.Mr. there will be a bake sale with dona- mon Underhill family in Starke, Sun- MM
August 5,at 8 p.m. in the City Hall. All and Mrs. Paul Meng returned tions of homemade goodies. For a fee, day afternoon. savings 4,9g,r si v to/
women are invited to attend. home last week following two week's a car wash will be in progress the Guests began arriving at Rock ",w r IOmmc
Woman's Club members wish to visit with relatives and friends in Columbus following weekend, July 31 and Aug. Church early Sunday, July 4, and
thank all for the support of their and Toledo, Ohio. They attended 1, followed by another sidewalk sale stayed late to enjoy the annual reu-
Chicken Dinner held on July 17 two family reunions while there. Aug. 7 and 8. McDaniels said there nion of the late James (Jim) Groover
July 4th Fun Birthdays will be different sales until home family as they gathered from all over
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Riddick and July 16, Darlene Rush was eight when two lucky people will go the state for the occasion. Old friends {
family entertained some ninety years old. Michele Wood celebratedhis with a 43 pound turkey or a large hamor stopped by to reunew old friendshipsand up
friends at a cookout on their HamptonJake eleventh birthday July 17. Brett both, when a drawing is held at the stayed for a chat and snack. For sage
: property on July 4. Russell was 14 on July 17. Dana Hall store. Tickets are on sale at this timeat the group, it was a grand day as PEDESTAL SUNSENSOR '
Their daughter and son-in-law, was eight on July 19. Robin Griffis the Brooker store. sisters Lydia Crosby, Martha Hess, 3 FAN SUNGLASSES
Cassie and John Cooper, were ending celebrated her birthday July 20. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lewis of Amy Williams, Nona Mann and
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their two week's visit from Bethesda, Angela Baker was six on July 21. Callahan was the recent guest of Mrs. brother Josh,were all able to be thereto 'I 5988I 633
Maryland, so they all enjoyed the Lula Mae Baxter.Mr. relay old tales and catch-up on the I I DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNTPRICEf ,
and Mrs. Bill Whitson of latest happenings. The day would :
Jacksonville were the recent weekend have been complete if there brother, rteYk'f
Card of Thanks guest of Mrs. E.B. Crosby and son J.B., would have attended. He was ,
Jimmy. unable do to illness.
Mrs. Terry Cranford and! children I -

The family of Lloyd Laverne Dyal, ing staff of Bradford County Health
Sr.,would like to thank all our friends Department and Archie Tanner First Baptist grlt a
and relatives for the many expressions Funeral Home and staff. Randall Crawford ,
of sympathy shown us in the loss Your concern and prayers were a Assigned to Corry Field preparing new t. .
of our loved one. -- great comfort to our familyand will : series of musicalsThe
We would also like to express our always be remembered with ap- Airman Randall R. Crawford, son
appreciation for the professional t lf\preciatiorwTV. (f W. P MM fe'If! of Cecil Land Lulat M. Crawford( of First Baptist Church of Lake r
personal care given by the home nurs- The Family of Lloyd L. Dyal, Sr<' Lawtey,.has been assigned to Corry Butler will present "Sing on ChurchI" 88p5' 905 + ws k o1f EpF
Field, Fla., after completing Air Sunday evening, Aug. 29, beginning 0 t,
Force basic training. at 730.: ,
The musical will begin a new seriesof
musicals for the year 198283. First 23 83 C&83 2E {88
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etc. Reunion Cancelled will be presented again this year. blade.Oscillates, vinyl tubing, steel polyester Men sizes Irrags Men 28-38
Charles Riddle and Jack Burnett of frames Headrest
Due to lack of and interestthe
Lake City were the winning couple at response
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Eva five year class reunion for the We have changed the name of the '- -- '
Mathewson and Cecelia BHS Class has been cancelled. The musicals for the next year from POLAROID f P
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were second and Vernie Odom and reunion was scheduled for Aug. 21. "Sounds of His Coming" to "Sing On 2 ( fy
Mrs. Jim Cullison of Mondicello were Church." They will be presented each l -
third. fifth Sunday beginning with "Sing On 4

Martha J. DeSue, CorrectionThe Church I" August 29. Z5 oT1srp41C
The musicals will consist of some of
Lloyd C. Holmes'I Did You Know........... marriage of Melissa Norman your favorite songs such as
and Jeffrey Smith will be held in the "Learning To Live Like Child Of Nt .
To Wed July 31 a lo
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Mrs. Frank Mitchell spent Thurs- Z5
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Grace Baptist Church not The "Feel Like
King, Something
Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeSue of Stark day to Saturday with her daughterand Grove Baptist Church as stated in last Good Is About To Happen," "Lets MEN'S BOYS'
announce the approaching marriage> family, Mr. and'Mrs James weeks issue. We regret the error. "
Just
Praise the Lord "Love Grew
of their daughter, Martha J. DeSue t<) Hardee in Leesburg. Where the Blood Fell" and many 3! VALUE 88 t"7 297 227
Lloyd C. Holmes of Suitland, Md., sor WERE48
others. For those of who like those
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The wedding is planned July Jeffrey
our quartets reach back and sing
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Pleasant Grove Unite
at 2 pttil'atl Thursday. ToldMr. some of those all-time favorites!
Methodist I Church with a reception i
and Mrs. Marcus Norman of ) .t
the churcnFeJlowship' ; Hall. ;
: The musical will feature the First ]
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Weeks and Mr. \
Miss1 DeSue Is'a'1974 graduate o.f Starke announce the engagement and /
Bradford :.Hi8Wrchbol! and 197 g! and Mrs. William Reese and daughter approaching marriage of their Baptist "Ambassadors, _
"Diplomats" along with solos, duets,
graduate, of Florida,Memorial Col. of Tallahassee were Sunday visitorsi daughter Melissa Suzanne, to Jeffrey trios and quartets. rD'T\
lege.She is a member of Alpha Kap.. ; of Mrs. J.E. Wilson, Lynn Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. This will be a
truly program youwon't "
Audrey Smith of Raiford.
sorority.
Alpha Mr. and Mrs. Edward ScarboroughI want to miss and that you won'tsoon save t0 kto4
Holmes! is''a972 f The is for Nov. 26
Mr. graduate o wedding planned 5 on
William McKinley Senior High Schoo I gave a family birthday party for their at 7 p.m. in Grace Baptist Church forget! Make plans now to attend 3.R III s11 B 25 t'
and 19t7 graduate of Florid;i'' daughter, Jennifer, on her first birth- with a reception following in the this uplifting and inspiring musical. betel TO Pe
day on July 7. Her grandparents, Mr. Invite a friend to come with you. Eagle Discount Save t s /
Memorial College. He is a member o f Fellowship Hall. Prlc.1288 ,I l
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I hung in the District tournament with I crunched his 2-run homer. Whitehead for the second out Robby i 1Pn r: r': "); 'd' ," ., ..West 1 ,' .
a 9-4 victory over Gainesville Blue Blue scored 2 in the bottom of the McRae and Chad Mullins drew walksto ..'" ,. '. t.'. .
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I teams in the tourney for 11-12 year ped the count to 8-2 as Brown and slapped a line drive single to the fencein ') tt.:

olds heading into action Wednesday Akridge again opened the frame with left center to score Starke's only 2 lA ; ;(I" .
night in Keystone Heights. singles and Whitehead walked to load runs of the night. k I.
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I;: Gainesville Boys Club 8-5 Saturday double to knock in 2. second to end the game.

lost to host Keystone 6-0 Monday, and Starke's last score came in the top Starke's 4 hits were by Carver
beat Gainesville Blue Tuesday, were of the 7th when !McRae reached on an Akridge, Whitehead, and Randall el r r n'IsNi
1{f paired with the only undefeated team error moved up on Heavner's 2nd Polk. d 3iI f
i left, Bel Med Wednesday at 8:30: p.m. single, and scored on a base rap by k 91
b Keystone Heights and Gainesville Dewey Williams. In their opener Saturday night the

,. Orange were set to play at 6:30: in an Brown went the distance on the Starke 11-12 year olds rode the pit- I

elimination game.If mound, allowing just 5 hits and strike ching and hitting of big Brian ,f ,) "? i ir
the Starke team can come up witha ing out 10. Whitehead to an IM lead and held on Car t4

win over Bel Med that will leave 3 to top the Gainesville Boys Club. .
teams alive with a loss apiece and a After Jody Brown walked and Paul ,
t drawing would be held to see which of In the loss Monday night spunky Akridge singled Whitehead unloadeda
the 3 would get a bye. The other 2 Keystone pitcher Doug Carter 3-run homer well out of the ballpark
I would square off Thursday night, July challenged Starke with fastballs all and just like that Starke was ahead '
22, at 7 p.m. with the winner advancing night long and was successful He 3-0 in the top of the first inning againstthe I

on to a championship game at 7 didn't strike out many but as Starke Boys Club. That was the last time ... ,- 4 tlr ',I""" J
p.m Friday night. coach Jerry Wilson said, "it seemed Whitehead saw anything close to his ,{ I aI .
All action is at McDavid Park in like we hit the ball all night long but strike zone as the Gainesville team In- ,'- ..- "

Keystone.The we hit it right to somebody every tentionally walked him the next 3 ..t .. k-; j i I t.f'""'1.T. ;
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home run by Brian Whitehead, his second only 4 Starke base hits found there as Jerry Roebuck walked '
of the tourney, doubles by Chad way to holes. Dewey Williams reached on an error r IiIiI
Mullins and Robby McRae and 2 hits Starke made just 1 error all night and Akridge took first on a fielder's :

apiece by winning pitcher Jody itself but the difference was 2 balls choice and all 3 scored. I \.. r. ..
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stroked singles and Whitehead walk smashed another 2-run shot over the Gainesville team rallied back with 4 I- :,'. : .

ed to fill the bags. Fielder's choicesoff fence in the 3rd. runs in that inning and 1 more in the
the bats of Mullins and Richie Keystone added 2 more runs in the sixth but it wasn't enough. Whitehead Cleared the Bases and the Dugout with UK...

Barnes scored runs and Heavner pun 5'h! to make it 6-0 but Starke awoke of- Brown and Akridge were both When Brian Whitehead second from left socked his Pictured are. from left to right, Randall Polk,
ched an RBI single to make it 3-0. fensively in the bottom of the last. 2-for-4, Whitehead 1-1, and Mullins second home run of the Major League tournament Tues- Whitehead, Oewetllijtns., coach Warren Carver,
Starke added 3 more in the secondas With 1 down Akridge the losing pitcher and Billy Heavner 1-3 to account for day night the whole Starke team rushed out of the Jody Brown Hobby ;MrRae, Jerry' Roebuck Jason
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a volleyball tournament with the you feel 1 your organization has the volleyball rules will be enforced
finals October 23, 1982, at the Bradford physical bility to meet this challenge
Community Carnival and the please contact the carnival commit. Bradford Hospital is presently
r F hospital team is looking for some opposition tee." practicing on Thursday nights from 5

t /. pm t gladly in the old Armory. "We

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seeking challengers" says Bradford least two female members required an informal match Seypura said.

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{League already know this but 8) Rick Stephens,F. Baptist .537 1. Post 202 Ballclub c

|statistics compiled by the Telegraph 9)) Pat Mundorff,F. Methodist .521

I show that First Baptist had the top 10)( ) R. Arnold, Smyrna .520
I two home run sluggers in Church 11)) James Curtis,Stars .519 Sports EditorC'I"UII.fI.tll:411.Ico.4Il"

I League play this year. 12)) Brian Thomas, F. Methodist .511 :: : -': "' ,

BHS baseball coach Mike Hartley Steve Marshall,Stars .511

ripped 19 homers for the 3rd-place Jim Garrison, Kingsley .511
I First Baptist team to lead the league 15) Barry Thomas,F. Methodist .509 With no summer baseball in Bradford County for ages above 14 this year
1982 Bradford High grad Scott Allen needed some outside oppurtunity to stay
and teamate Jim Lewis socked 9 to 16) Darren Hardee, Kingsley .500
finish 2nd in that department. 17) David Gaines, Kingsley .493 sharp before starting his post high school career at St. Johns Community

I Fleet outfielder-second baseman 18) Craig Sapp, F. Baptist .492 College in the fall And BHS teamate Mike Waters wanted to a place to play
also to get ready for his senior season as a Tornado.They've .
Scott Hudson of the Starke Stars was 19) Douglas Crawford,Kingsley .491 J'hardball
easily the top batsmen in the league 20) Roger Bennett Kingsley .485 gotten that oppurtunity with the Post 202 American Legion team

with a .628 league average, on 27 hits over in Keystone Heights.
Scott's been pitching and playing centerfield for the Keystone ballclub
in 43 at bats. Second was Lewis at
.604, and Greg Alvarez of Pine Level Top HR Hitters while Waters is a utility man, playing in the outfield sparingly.

Baptist was right at the .600 level for 1) Mike Hartley,F. Baptist 19 Though there's nothing astounding about Allen's personal slat's or the
third. 2)Jim Lewis, F. Baptist 9 team's record the summer has been well spent keeping himself sharp and
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3)James Curtis,Stars 5 seeing top-quality opposition. And he is helping the keystone club.

Leading Hitters 4) Curtis Crawford, Kingsley 4 Just last week Allen, who is hitting .313. hammered a grandslam home run

(minimum 40 at bats) Roger Bennett, Kingsley 4 to dead center in the bottom of the 7th inning to give Post 202 an 8-5 win over

1)) Scott Hudson,Stars .628 Wilbur Waters, F. Baptist 4 the nationally-renowned Storm Club of Cincinnati, Ohio. Keystone had won

2)) Jim Lewis, F. Baptist .604 Beck,St. Edwards 4 Men's League Top Hitter the opener 7-6 in like fashion when Mark Hardee drilled a 2-run shot with f'\\

3)) Greg Alvarez, Pine Level .600 Scott Hudson, Stars 4 Can Field his Position Too Scott aboard in the bottom of the last. ??

4)) Chuck Johnson. Stars .592 9) Dennis Crawford, Kinsgley 3 Overall Keystone, which is one of the youngest, maybe the youngest team '
5)) Mike Hartley,F. Baptist .574 Eddie Douglas, F. Methodist 3 Terry Stratton of 301 Quick Stop, In foreground led the Men'i Softball in the north Florida legion league, is 7-12 with 7 wins in its last 11 contests I j

6) Jack Anderson,Smyrna .550 Hannon, St. Edwards 3 league in both batting average and home runs. after an(0-8 start, but Allen has been the hard luck pitcher of the staff with an fl

phot by tany....... 0-5 mark despite some solid outings.

"His last two times out (a 5-4 10-inning loss to Deland and a 3-2 loss to

Gainesville Monday night in Keystone) he hasn't allowed an earned run and

I Hartley Hudson Capture Church LeadershipsMost yet we haven't got him a win," Post 202 coach Bob Smith said of Allen.

"What's been happening is he walks a man and we kick the ball and he ends

up getting hurt. Plus, we just don't seem to be getting the big hit behind

of the pitchers in the Church with a .628 league average, on 27 hits 7) Mike Ames, Calvary .542 him." Smith said Scott has struck out 27 batters in 34 innings and walked 21.

League already know this but in 43 at bats. Second was Lewis at I 8)! Rick Stephens, F. Baptist .537 Top HR Hitter Post 202, which was scheduled togo to Deland for a doubleheader Tuesday,

statistics compiled by the Telegraph .604, and Greg Alvarez of Pine Level 9) Pat Mundorff, F. Methodist .521 1)) Mike has just 4 regular season games left on the slatea home twinbille with
show that First Baptist had the top Baptist was right at the .600 level for 10) R. Arnold, Smyrna .520 2) Jim Lewis Hartley F., F. Baptist 19 Palatka Friday (Smith is trying to have those games changed to Thursdayor

two home run sluggers in Church third. 11)) James Curtis, Stars .519 3) James Curtis, Baptist Stars 9 Saturday) and a doubleheader visit to Daytona Beach Monday.

League play this year. 12) Brian Thomas, F. Methodist .511 4) Curtis Crawford, 5 A double-elimination league tournament starts Tuesday. July 27, with
fills baseball coach Mike Hartley Leading Hitter Steve Marshall, Stars .511 Roger Bennett, Kingsley 4 Keystone expected to be on the road for its first 2 games."I .

ripped 19 homers for the 3rdplaceFirst (minimum 40 at bats) Jim Garrison, Kingsley .511 Wilbur Waters, F.Kingsley 4 think this summer has helped both of them, and they've helped us,"

Baptist team to lead the league 1) Scott Hudson Stars .628 15)) Barry Thoma-,,., F. Methodist 509 Beck St. Edwards, Baptist 4 Smith said of Alien and Waters coming over. "Mike hasn't gotten that much
and teamate Jim Lewis socked ; 4 action because we're set well at first base but I know he of
9 to 2)Jim Lewis, F. Baptist .604 16)) Darren Hardee. Kingsley .500 Scott Hudson pretty got a couple
finish 2nd in that department.Fleet 3) Greg Alvarez, Pine Level .600 17)) David Gaines, Kingsley .493 9) Dennis Crawford, Stars 4 hits against Lake Butler when we played them and he's improved. We could ruse
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outfielder-second baseman 4) Chuck Johnson,Stars .592 }8)) Craig Sapp, F. Baptist .492 Eddie F. 3 some more from over there next year."
Douglas Methodist 3
Scott Hudson of the Starke Stars was 5) Mike Hartley, F. Baptist .574 19)) Douglas Crawford, Kingsley .491 Hannon St. ,Edwards
3
easily the top batsmen in the league 6) Jack Anderson,Smyrna .550 20)) Roger Bennett, Kingsley ,485I ...On another ballpark front it's interesting that the Stars and Jr. Stan

should be as well prepared as anybody when going into youth Softball state

tournament competition.While I

1 Norman's Farm Bids for District's 301 Go to StateJones the boys here play as teams for a complete season and have a full
May Straight
; league schedule under their belts by tourney time the great majority of

youth boys teams in the state are thrown together a month or 2 before playing
There's only 2 Softball teams still alive in ASA playoffs from Starke. One Thomas said. in the state tournament.In .

makes its postseason debut this weekend,while the other could have another At the womens' tournament in Gainesville 11 teams will be shooting for a an informal poll I made among Jr. Boys coaches at the state tournament -

2 weeks before playing for "real". top 2 finish to qualify for state, July 30 > August 1 in Niceville.In in Starke last weekend I found that none of the other Jr. teams had

Starke Women's League champ Norman's Farm plays in the Women's 'A' first round games Friday night Orange Crush of Daytona plays the played together in a league season. .

District tournament in Gainesville this weekend and will open up Saturday Lady Truckers of Reddick at 7:30, and Bear Archery meets the Waldo Mer The winning Pasadrnal Lakes club is a good for instance. They play Optimistic -

morning at 9:45: at Westside Park at the corner of NW 8th ave. 34th street in chants. At 8:45: Chestnut and Dorsey's of Gainesville plays the Holly Hill Club baseball during the summer (similar to Dixie Youth), and

Gainesville. Raiders of the Daytona area and "0" Connection of Melbourne meets the after their all star play is over the coaches hold a post-season tryout to pick a

301 Quick Stop may or may not go straight to the Men's Major state tourna- Lake City Outlaws. team to play in the state Softball tourney. They hadn't played 1 tournament
ment in Niceville, July 30 August 1. Norman's drew a first round bye and takes on the winner of the Chestnut before corning to state.

A 3-team Open district tournament was originally set for here in Starke Holly Hill game at 9:45: Saturday. Lorelei of Gainesville and the Lady Haw ks Satellite and Jensen Beach had played 1 tournament as a team, Sunrise 2

Saturday, but only 2 teams, Quick Stop and Ray's Metal Works of of Deland are the other 2 teams which drew byes. after each had finished their baseball seasons.

Gainesville, entered. It hadn't been decided at press time whether those Norman's coach Randy Jones is pointing at Bear Archery, the Gainesville Plantation does have a youth Softball league, with 6 teams in it. The team

teams would hold a best-of-3 series to decide the district champ or runnerupfor Metro League champs, and the Waldo Merchants, the old Skeeters club, as that was here for state was an all star unit selected from those 6 teams...
seeding! purposes at the state. the top 2 teams in the tournament. Not only do those teams play each other in

301 manager Ronnie Thomas said Wednesday morning the teams were the first round, they are both in Norman's half of the draw. Jones Won 'Doc' Tourney With "Rusty" Clubs...
still debating over whether to play Thursday night, July 22,at Edwards Rd., "Our half of the bracket probably has the top 3 teams in the tournament,"
Jones said adding Chestnut & in with thg i listed;: ahnva It had been so long since Handy Jones had been out on the golf course that
T\lesd\ July 27,or not play at all. : Dorsey's :,, We..Ie--_ '
"We might just give them the top seed and go as the number 2 team," Just gonna go down there and give It a shot." '" "Tie had to'scrub the mildew off his clubs before playing in, and winning the- \
Iocdams Golf Tourney here in Starke weekend before last.

All Randy did was go out and shoot a 77, which converted to a winning .

plus-8 score in the CalToway system. He was playing to a 13 handicap.By .
I Trio of Sprinters from BHS Take Medals at Sunshine State Gaines the way, Bill Adams.

scorching the Starke Golf and Country Club course with a 66, but he wasn't

officialy in the tourney.Bill .
The Sunshine State Games'track Lane all brought home gold medals. the final) in his prelim heat with an and Lane teamed up with two owns the course record at the local 9, with a 62...
competition last weekend was part of Hawkins, who will be a junior next 11.5 time.It Palatka High runners to win the boys

the first big weekend of events in the year at BHS, was 3rd in the junior was in the relays where the Brad- 400 meter relay in 44.39 seconds Music Men Looking for Sponsor..,

annual Florida "mini-olympics" and girls 100 meters with a 12.3 clockingand ford runners were most successful. Herbert Hawkins, who graduatedfrom
Twice the Starke and District men's football Starke'sMusic
athletes from Bradford left their 3rd in the 200 at 25.3. Hawkins anchored a north Florida 400 BHS last spring, ran a 22.6 in the league flag champs
mark on the program. Jones was 3rd in the jr. mens 100 meter relay foursome to a 49.2 second ]prelims of the senior mens 200 metersto :Men are still looking for a sponsor to help them achieve even greater

Running in the jr. division for ages meters with an 11.2 time after runn- victory and ran the 3rd leg on a 4x400 I reach the final but pulled up lame heights.
Music Men Host Chandler thinks his ballclub has shot winning
a at -
13-15 Bradford High sprinters Pam ing 11.01 in the trials. meter relay champ. pam was timed 'after his start in the finals lie also manager
Hawkins. Antonio Jones, and Eric Lane was 5th (only top 4 reached in 59.1 for her split. :long jumped 19-5 without placing. state titles down the road, and even contending for national honors, but
he feels is needed send
a good sponsor to the local team to weekend: tour

naments to prepare them for postseason play.


I Legal NoticesIN ., -
Ave. Jacksonville, Fla.. at the front door of the File Number 82 62 CP
NOTICE OF SUIT
Bradford County, of Issuance 1979.Description .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT one lot of text books Bradford County Courthouse In Re: Estate of DARRELLC
Florida, being more of Proper NO PROPERTY
particularly
NOTICE IS HEREBY consigned to Natl. Inst. In Stork' MENEAR Deceased
COURtOF -. ) described as FOR BRADFORD COUN- ty: W 49 FT of N 120 FT of TO: Sharon Boyd Address
THE CIRCUIT EDT
'GIVEN pursuant lo.a r ol Accts Gainesville Florida at I 11 a.m. NOTICE OF
TV, FLORIDA ,
2 Pinewood
follows: Lot 5 in Otts S/D oflowt.V Drive,
FLORIDA EIGHTH final ludgm.nt of CIVIL ACTION Fla. to satisfy freight' and on August 33 1982. ADMINISTRATIONThe
Carbondale. III.
Comm.nc. at the Sec 5-S.
23
JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT. IN foreclosure dat.d July Southwest corn.r of the Case No. 82.125 : Twp YOU ARE HEREBY storage charges, under DC led this 6th day of administration of
AND FOR, BRADFORD 15. 1982 .nter.d in this FLORIDA BANK AT R22.Name the provisions of Section4b July' the estate of DARREll C
', NOTIFIED that
'FLORIDA % NW 1/4 of tho NW 1 114 01 In which assessed. on action 1982.Gilbert
COUNT : case, that I will (..ll to STARKE. Plaintiff, ( ) of Uniform StandardBill S. Brown MENEAR deceased,
vs. for Dissolution of Marriage
aid Section 6 and Moore.All -
tUp.-\, ACTION''-' th* highest and best bid thence North 1 run KENNETH C. PADGETT Henry ol said has been "filed of Lading". Gator Clerk of the Circuit, CourtBY Case No. 82-62.CP it
: degree
Cas. No': 83-173-CA d.r for cosh; at the Brad- and SHEILA K. PADGETT prop.rtyb.lng Freightways. Inc.. Cairier. : Beulah MoodyAs pending in the Circuit
,
FLORIDA; ',)1AST NA. 20' 00" West along the In the County of against you and your are Clerk7l52tchg7 .
ford County Courthous. Defendants. Deputy Court for Bradford Coun.ty
W.st boundary of said Bradford State of required to serve a copy
TIONAL BANK OF In Starke., Florida at 11 7/15 2tchg7/22 22 Florida Probate Division
NOTICE OF SALE
JACKSONVlllE' 'a NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 366.58 Florida. of your written defenses
a.m. 'on the 9th day of the address of
feet; th.nc. North 88 NOTICE I Is- hereby Unless such certificateor ,if any to it, on the plain.
Trustee for th. HOUSING NOTICE hereby
August, 1982 the following that is given NOTICE OF SHERIFF which is Bradford County
,
given pursuant to tiff's whose
AUTHORITY d.gr..s 27' 00" East. certificates shall be attorney
FINANCE OF 'described property that on Monday, July 26, Courthouse Starke
1185.17 feet to the Point the Final Judgment redeemed name and address is: SALE
according to
,h.underslgn.d .
BRADFORD' COUNTY 1983. 10 ,
at
final am.
as set forth In the Florida 32091. The
entered In number Notice is hereby name
of Beginning. Th.nc. cas. law the property described Martin C. Tojra No. given
FLORIDA. Plaintiff; vs. judgment to wit: continue North 88 82-123 In the Circuit In such certificate or 07701 I P.O. Box 229 Gator that I I. Dolph E. Reddish and address of the Personal .
DAVID M. ROUNTREE Inc will
lot U: A portion of the Court lor Bradford County Freightways as sheriff of Bradford I Representativeand
d.gr. 27' 00" East certificates will be sold Lawtey Fla. 32058 and
and DIANE E. ROUN sell for
at public auction
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Florida, I will sell the County Florida under of the P.rsonalRepr.sentatlv.'s
155.24 f..t th.nc. bidder file the original with the
; to the highest at
TREE, Defendants.NOTICE 6 cash at 2175 Commonwealth
6, Township
OF SALE S.ction North 1 d.gr. 20' 00" property situated In the court house door on clerk of/ the obcv. styled Ave., and by virture of Writ of atlorney -
South, Rang. 22 East. West Bradford County before Execution 'to-wit: are set forth
BY CLERK parallel to said the 17th day of August court on or Jacksonville Fla.. one
West boundary 278.70 Florida, described as: 1982. August 10, 1982 otherwise Execution, issued out below.
lot of electric
--------- sign can.Ilgn.d All
feet; th.nc. South 89 Commence at the SW Dated this 24th day of a judgement maybe to Scott Auto Service of County Court of Brad. interested personsare
of E 1/2 of SW 114 ford Florida required to file with,
II I degree 38' 30" W.stI corner June 1982. entered against you County. pursuant *
Lake Fla.. to
i I 155.56 feet; th.nc. South of NE I/4 and run Easterly Gilbert S. Brown for the relief demandedin City. and to a Final Judge the Court WITHIN THREE

1 degree 20' 00" East along South line Deputy Clerk the complaint! or peti satisfy charges freight ment for Dave "..nd.r.son MONTHS FROM THE
underthe
parallel to said West 208.75 feet for Point of storage and Annie Chandlerof DATE OF THE FIRST
Clerk of Circuit Court of of
'ERA boundary 28 I.94 f..t to Beginning; thence continue Bradford County. Florida tion.WITNESS my hand and provisions Section Starke. Florida and PUBLICATION OF THIS
Uniform
4b) of StandardBill '
the Point of Beginning Easterly 208.75 /4tchg 7/22 the seal of said Court. on against P.E. Grilfis, NOTICE: ((1)I) All claims
? of lading Gator
FflULKNEHREHLTY Containing 1.00 acres feet thence run Northerly July 2. 1982.Gilbert defendant', in the against Ihe estate and
i more or less. :303.75 feet thence run NOTICE Of INTENTIONTO S. BrownAs Freightwoys Inc, Car amount of $250 togetherwith ((2)) any objection by an

:; Dated this 30th day of Westerly 208.75 feet REGISTER FICTITIOUS Clerk of said, Court ".r. costs of collection. interested person to
7/15 7/22
July 1982. th.nc. run Southerly NAME By: Beuloh MoodyAs 2tchg Have seiied and havein whom notice was mailed

:J1 4-a.m: Gilbert S. Brown. 208.75 feet to the Pointof NOTICE IS HEREBY Deputy Clerk IN THE COUNTY COURTOF my possession the that challenges the

; Clerk Beginning lying ond .GIVEN. That the undersigned 7/8 4khg 7/29 FLORIDA. EIGHTH following described personal validity of the will the

By: Beulah Moody. b.lnQlln E 1/2 of SW 1/4 under the provisions JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN property to-wit: qualifications of the personal

''IfAl10 4 Deputy Clerk of NE 1/4. Section 10. of Setlon 865.09 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO AND FOR BRADFORD FIDO Ford Truck CobIs I representative,

7/22 2tchg 7/29 Township 6 South, Range Florida Statute, will REGSITER FICTITIOUS COUNTY. yellow with brown venue or jurisdiction of

21 East containing on. register with the Clerk of NAME Case No. 82.193.CA spray In spots. WarrantyNo. the Court.

221 Lafayette St. Across from WIshbetMOFflCI acre, more or less, the Circuit Court In and Pursuant to Section RONNIE C. DAVIS and F10CN361397. Truck ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS

HOURSi HOW TOINVEST at public sole, to the for Putnam County 865.09. Florida Statute, NORITA V. DAVIS Plaintiffs bed has well drilling rig NOT SO FILED

Monday. Friday.S Setvrdey. 12 noon IN highest bidder for cash Florida upon receipt of notice Is hereby giventhat vs. ERNEST PAUL mounted on some, including WILL BE FOREVER BAR.
at the front door of the of publication of
proof the undersigned, DAVIS. Defendant. drilling tower, RED.
REAL ESTATE.
Bradford County Courthouse this notice, the following Zone G. Hudson P.O. NOTICE OF SALE water tank and carengine Judy A. Hirsch
> feel. In Stark' fictitious to wit
name : plus transmission. Personal Representative
i
Box 272. Keystone NOTICE IS HEREBY
Ohck wiiuJ.. Florida between 11 a.m. Youn'l Records, under Height, Flo., 32656. soleor GIVEN that pursuant to Dudley P. Hardy. P.A.
1F and 2 p.m. on the 12th which we are engaged In joint owners, doing the Final Judgment As the property of the P.O. Drawer 1030

Our sales associates day of August 1982. business at P.O. Sox 390, business under the firm entered In this cause In above named defendant Star.... Florida 32091

know where: to look for Gilbert S. Brown. Lawtey Fla. 32058. name of Keystone the County Court of and that on Monday the Attorney for Personal
Investment opportunitieshere As Clerk of Said Court That the name of the Barber 8 Hairstyling. Bradford County, 9th day of August. 1982 RepresentativeA
In town or aO the BY: Beulah Moody. solely InterestedIn at sold
over person Lawrence Blyd.. Florida. I will sell the one p.m. on dayon IS 2tchg 7/22
country And we have the Deputy Clerk the said buslns areas the premises of the

F experience financing terms lo help you gel 7/22 2tchg 7/29 follows: Keystone tends to register Height said fietltlou In-. property Bradford situated County In Bradford County Jail. I
you can AIMEE SHEDDAN
will offer far sale and
afford. TeD us your objective NOTICE OF name under thoafor..ald described
APPLICA Florida
4. ACRE FARM TOM SHEDDAN as. sell to the highest bidder
we'd ,
help find them statute.Dated
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TION FOR TAX DEED TheE 1/2 of the W 1/2
40 pecan tr..s, 10 acres irrigated. I for you. 7/8 4tpd 729IN this tth day of for cash, In hand the
NOTICE IS HERESY 4 of the E 1/2 and the W
Beautiful brick horn with 1650 above described proper
over
quar GIVEN July 1983. In Clay CounV
that Charlie Mae CIRCUIT' COURT 1/2 of the E 1/3 of the E of
THE said defendant
feet available. ty to
and double Term
.
garag Moor the holder ol the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1/2 of lot 32 and 41 I lying the aforesaid
Owner will tell with 22 acres.Houses 7/194tchgS/5 satisfy
following certificate he* OF FLORIDA IN south of a graded Execution.

and Apertment liar RetProperty NI NRORHOODI isle filed said certificate fora AND FOR BRADFORD county rood In Dolph E. Reddish,
tax deed to be Issued Woodlawn Subdivision
Menegefivent Service* .PROPERTIES inc. COUNTY NOTICE is hereby given Sheriff Bradford County t
AparvlselsSusenM. thereon Th* certificate CIVIL ACTION that Monday, 36, according to a plat Florida.
......,* on July
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Lucille Spry BROKER SALISMAN.4-42O '" .1ge1 KB'orilATID.Rl .at the property and the Plaintiff Frelghrwoy, Inc.will sell Records of Bradford THE CIRCUIT COURT bout 150.000 new laws
-C.n'ury
Herb W.I"....ASSOCIATE.,..-.... two Corpotatlonliiual name In which" It was SHARON BOYD, at public auction for cashat County Florida. FOR BRADFORD COUN. a ind tome two million
Howalnf Opportune(2 assessed are a* follow: Defendant. 2179 Commonwealth at Public Sole to the TY, FLORIDA. PROBATE' new regulations a year,
Certificate No. 23. Year highest bidder for cash DIVISION.


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; jI'i :,; t ,! 1Y Starke Jr. Stars Jump From 9th .


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I. I,I I\, hryhwoa To 4th in State Jr. Boys TourneyAfter


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cher Wayne Stofsky was 7-for-15 with 6 RBIs and 7 runs,
: being the first team eliminated in the 9-team Jr.
and left fielder Bob Gorcia 6-13 with 54 RBIs.
r Boys state tournament in Winter Haven last yearStarke's
Jr. Stars made big improvement in last Leading the Jr. Stars for the weekend was line-driving;
lk k l weekend's tourney held here in Starke. third baseman Jason Bennett, who had 6 hits in 10 trips';
to the plate, including a double. .
l The won 2, lost 2, and finished 4th in an 8-team event
with a talented Pasadena Lakes crew taking the top Shortstop Barry Warren added 4 hits in 8 at bats, in-
q 'atrjr prize cluding 2 home runs, and led Starke in runs batted in
+ 1 yX with 5. Rick Welch was 4-10 with 2 RBIs, Randy Wheeler
I The Starke boys, armed with high hopes of winning a
3-11 with a homer and 3 RBIs, Mike Colvin 2.6 with a
national tournament in Tifton after winning ''
to the a
trip home run and 3 nbbies, Robbie Boone 2-8, and pitcher'
h youth tournament here in Starke last month, saw those
dreams fade when Sunrise handed them a 14.5 defeat Marty Irons 2-10.
t Saturday afternoon in their first action of the weekend Colvin and Wheeler both busted their home runs
,
Colvin his with Bennett and
The Jr. Stars had won by forfeit over no-show! Boynton against Plantation. ripped
J tt Beach Friday night Welch aboard to make it 4.0 in favor of the Jr. Stars ear
ly and Wheeler stepped up in the 3rd inning and smacked
t; While Sunrise was tagging hits to every corner of the a solo shot to make it 51.
__ ballpark 18 in all, the listless Jr. Stars managed just 4
Itti4r tf.s' > ptr r hits, and! played lackluster defense to help the south Warren's 2-run homer was in the Jensen Beach loss
, Floridians out. and helped pull the Jr. Stars back into an 8-8 tie. He went

The Jr. Stars regrouped and came back strong later 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs in that final game

I Saturday afternoon, eliminating Plantation 7-2 and giving -
} I Jensen Beach all it wanted before falling 11-8 in an

8-inning elimination game Saturday night. Tourney Scorns :

Jensen scored 3 runs in the 8th, 2 on a homer by Kevin
Howard deep to leftfield, and the' Jr. Stars couldn't Friday, July 16 :
answer, going down 1-2-3 in the bottom of the 8th to see Bartow forfeit to North Brevard :
their season come to an end. Boynton Bch. forfeit to JR STARS ;'
Jensen went on to eliminate 3rd place Sunrise 7.6 but Sunrise 7 Jensen Beach 4 ,
couldn't slow Pasadena Lakes in Sunday afternoon's
championship contest, losing 11-7. Saturday July 17 : j
Satellite Bch. 3 Plantation 1 ':
The Lakes outfit, which returned from
a strong corps :
Pasadena Lakes 5 N. Brevard 3
its 1981 ballclub, swept through 4 straight to win here
.. 1 Iu and win a ticket to Tifton. Starting slow, they edged Boynton Bch. forfeit to Bartow ;
Plantation N. Brevard eliminated :
i 10 0 ( )
North Brevard 5-3, but then crunched Satellite Beach 9-1 ;
Jensen Bch. 20 Bartow 0 (eliminated)
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and Sunrise 11-0 to reach the final.
vi !
',,,, ,, ,, Sunrise 14 JR STARS 5
"....... I.,, :'" Leadoff hitter Mike Moberg led the champs all Pasadena Lakes 9 Satellite 1
.
''- .. '.: '-,:.',,' .. .,"ft ,_. ..t.. \" weekend long and if a MVP was chosen he would have JR STARS Plantation 2 eliminated) i.
-. ... '"' been a likely candidate. The shortstop was ll-of-15 at the Jensen Beach 12 Satellite 0 <( ._ ... ..'t.i" :'-
-" .- "'" "" ,..... ...... UJ., J. plate, with 2 home runs including a crucial grand slam Pasadena Lakes 11- Sunrise 0 :

in the win over North Brevard, and finished with 9 RBIs Jensen Beach 11JR STARS.8 (eliminated) :
Everybody's Watching the Play at the Plate... and 6 runs scored.

I All attention was focused on the plate in this game just about the same time to Jr. Stars catcher Robbie Number 10 hitter Joey Gillespie did a good job of setting Sunday. July II :..
against Sunrise a. Starke fans and umpire Cookie MunIluone.. the table for Moberg, hitting safely on 6 of 10 at bats Jensen Beach 7 Sunrise 6 <( dorrr watched the ball and a Sunrise runner arrive at The call was 'out!' as Boone made his! long stetch. and scoring all 6 times. Also for the state champs pit- Pasadena Lakes 11- Jensen Beach 7 <(



I State Championship Eludes Starke Stars for 3rd Straight Season '


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By winning back-to-back state titles and placing in the 21 runs in the 4 games, an average of 5.25 a game .333 average, and 1 run in losing 6-1. Norman at second, and Hudson at first the Stars had
top 10 at nationals in 1979 and 1980 the Starke Stars soft- (compared to an average of 11.5 during the season), just "If we'd have hit the ball and won that game we'd their numbers 3,4, and 5 hitters coming up.
ball program gave itself some mighty tough footsteps to isn't enough to win at state McGriff noted, despite the have been sitting pretty," McGriff noted. "That was the But Chuck Johnson hit a shallow fly ball to center field '
follow in. fact that run production was down all over the tourna- key to the weekend." that Warren tried to score on.'The Rocket centerfielder
For the last three years the Starke 16.18 year old team ment this year. Jensen Beach came out of the loser's The Stars came back to eliminate St. Augustine 5-3 as gunned a perfect strike to the plate.
has not been able to retrace its path to the Florida championship bracket to win state with 3.0 and 10-4 victories over the Southerland went 3-3 to save a light 10-hit attack but for "Richard, the ball, and the catcher all arrived at the
1st-year Deland Jr. Hawks but McGriff said the qualityof the third straight year Satellite Beach was the team same time and they called him out," McGriff said. The
4th place in 1980, 3rd in 1981, 7th this year in the tour- play was not what it's been in past years. which eliminated the Stars, as the Rockets won 7-6 Stars coach wasn't doubting the call as he recalled the
nament held last weekend in Deland... places that might The Stars opened Friday night with a 9-5 win over the Saturday afternoon. season-ending play, he was just wishing it might have
make some teams proud just don't get it for Starke, Davenport Ridge Vipors, another first year team, and Starke jumped on top 3-0 before Satellite rallied backto happened another way. ,
which has tasted the sweetness of state championships."It's the offense looked tuned. Starke busted 17 hits, 3 apieceby tie 3-3 and then jump into the lead 63. With the score Southerland led the Stars for the weekend with 8 hits
r frustrating," Stars Coach Jerry McGriff said Mike Southerland, Blaine Dyal, and Clayton Nor- 7-5 Satellite in the top of the seventh put its first 4 batterson in 11 at bats for a .727 average John Thompson hit .600,
after last weekend's 2 win 2 loss performance left his man. base. Johnson, Warren, and John Riggs .500, Dyal144, and
club 7th, the lowest place ever for a Stars team at state. But in a rain-slogged game two, Saturday morning Jeff Johnson scored with Scott Hudson getting the RBI Hudson .400. The leaders in runs scored were Thompsonand
"For the last 3 years I've thought we had as good a teamas against Jensen Beach the Stars managed; just 8 hits, a to make it 7-6 and with Richard Warren at third, Clayton Dyal with 3 each.
anybody at state."

Again last weekend, just as in 1981, it was a sudden ---- -
droppoff in offensive production that did the Stars In
After dominating the Starke church league and setting
team seasonal records! with a .562 club batting average
and 51 homers the Stars hit a measly .434 last weekendin r

the spacious ballfieids( at the Deland Airport Complex i ay



Season Averages : Florida; Florida Bank at Starke

The leading hitter for the season for the Stars was tatlorul .
Scott Hudson, who had 76 hits in 118 at bats to break a )Jefferson al Clark Street. Sturke. Florida 32091. 904 964-7050
Bank 1
team record with a 644 batting average. Chuck Johnsonwas I .
right behind at 639 and set new Stars club marks ;;'
for hits with 85 and runs with 63.
John Riggs hit .629 for the year, David Jones .611, It't I. E.TOMUNSON.
:Mitch Williams .597, Steve Marshall .595 (and led in 2 Nsud.nl

homers), Mike Southerland 588, Clayton Norman .;>84,
John Thompson .577, James Curtis .566, Blaine Dyal %
553: Tommy Crosby .533 Richard Warren .488 Jeff g.1
Johnson 4H5, John Bennett .469, and Larry Long .405. ;

Following Johnson in the runs scored column were + . .
with 55, Hudson with ------ --- ----- -- '
Thompson 54, Dyal with 48, t ,J I,"
Johnson and Norman with 45, and Southerland, Curtis, "Three's a Crowd... I Got this One" I ". of-; ? r.

and Warren with 43. Says third baseman Jason Bennett (center) of the Jr. OPEN LETTER TO CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS ,"
Dyal and Johnson broke team records with 51 "
games
Mars he ,
as leisurely makes an over-the-head basket ;
,
played, and Dyal set a new mark in at bats with 150. >
catch
to the of the
on a pop-up edge grass behind third. ,
Also, as a team the Stars 43-13 overall record for the Left fielder
Robert Carver (left) and shortstop John .
the year most goes wins.down as! the best winning percentage yet and ftattd) Francis! weren't so sure Jason had this one all the You have. been inconvenienced by ourrtelephone system..we know that !
way so they backed him up.

You have been very patient and understanding..we thank you. '

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I [ Bradford Sports in Brief )] We have been working for some time toward a new telephone system..

We think we have found just the right one. A new system has been

installed and we began using it July 16. We are new at it and-we

Women's Softball Set G. West Lake City Win Tourneys... ask your patience a little longer until we get all the bugs out
and get the hang of it.
In Lawtey August G-8 Talented Gainesville West roared Mere in Starke Gaint'svillast
through the Dixie Boys District tournament |polished off Gainesville West 11-0 Fri.
The Lawtey Dixie Youth Associa- here in Starke without a loss tion will be holding a women's Softball while host Lake City fought! off BelI I trIp to the Dixie Boys state tournament
[Before
tournament at Cobble Field in Lawtey Med National to win the Dixie Youth i in Haines City To get to the the new system we had 3 incoming lines. We now have,6

Friday through Sunday, August 6-8, Minor tournament as both of those I Final East had beaten Bel-Med I 10-3;J, incoming 1 lines on the '964-7050 number plus 964-4220 for Bookkeeping 1
and area teams are invited to par events finished up last week. 'West 15-5, and Middleburg 5-3. information and 964-4219 for Installment Loan information. '

ticipate.Entry fee is $75 and 2 balls. ., ..... --=:i "" ;;' ."" ==- -q"
For tournament information and to

enter call Edward Crews 782-3060.; DOUBLE Ft'UN- STABLE We have tried very hard to provide you the best banking service

possible although we had the limitation of the old system This
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I It's' the ,biggest: job ever for'new company Second Time Around I

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I I When members of the congregation comodate the pews," Suzy says. "We !jff '
\ of Starke's >First .United Methodist never had to handle anything quite ::--
\ Church crowd into the pews this Sun- like this before. With the tremendous
i day morning, July,25 there will be a amount of materials and time they : "JI
F ta I difference most Will notice right will take to finish it will be a real feel-
away. ing of accomplishment when the last .
The church's old wooden pews are one is done." II _
in the process of being restored and No easy task in itself was the
refurbished by "Second Time removal of the pews from the churchto "
Around," a unique new local com- the shop, Suzy thanks David Phen- l'.
pany.in Starke that specializes in the niger who very ablely handled that l' : i. '
restoration of almost anything old assignment.A ,
and wooden. personal note: Suzanne and
According to owner Suzanne Sim- David are to married in the Methodist I
mons, the task of refurbishing the 39 sanctury August 6.
a r massive wooden pews, which were The two co-workers use the
fiA originally constructed in 1950, is her "flow-over system" in the first process I
biggest job so far, but she also said which, as anyone who has
1ti that the demanding task is proceeding restored antiques knows, is strippingoff
right on schedule with the old, scarred up finish to reveal
i delivery of the last of the finished the wood underneath.The El
Sll pews back to First Methodist by Sun pews were off loaded at the
+. '+ } back of the shop,which is now locatedin
;yi ? + ? S 11 I ,t day.The first thing one sees on enteringthe an old building at the end of North .
new shop is that the pew refur- Cherry St. and North Church St. in
bishing job must indeed be the Starke originally owned by Jackson's tY
owner's biggest job simply because Building Supplies.
7r "Suzy" is so small herself. "We've been so busy ever since we
"As you can see, these pews wouldbe opened we haven't had a chance to do
just a bit too heavy for me to lift by much with the building itself,"
myself" she laughed. "They weigh Suzanne explains. "We plan to do
over 350 pounds apiece and they are some refurbishing on the old place as 1 .-;
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"' rtjl r t'tH one of the one of the most awkward soon as we get a break booked ace it
shapes to lift you can imagine. If I around here, we are up ..
didn't have Richard around I'd need a through September right now as it /
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is.
crane.
A ta BUS student Richard Krider of The"free-flow system" of strippingused .......
Lawtey has been helping out in the by the new shop consists of a Jt
new business on a full-time basis large open-top metal tank into which
since school let out for the summer. the pews are placed one at a time.
The shop has been transformed by (The pews had to be taken apart witha _
the sheer scope of the new project,according hydrolic jack.) .h'
to Simmons.The Suzy's helper Richard Krider revs ,
rear of the building has been up the pump and slowly washes the
modified to facilitate the movementof exterior of the pews with stripper, 4 .
the old pews through a process that which comes delivered in big 55 1 ra
fH a+Yr4 a* t+ bA.R. consists of six complete steps, or gallon drums. Every bit of it is being N
"..:_, ,. ..,M.- -_.._.... _....._- after which the result is processes a used, too. rY
completely redone piece of furniture "We use two gallons on each half of '
that seems to shine with that inner one pew in just this stage alone," : fo'
Richard Krider strips off old finish. warmth that fine old wood always Krider says. "We never thought we ;
seems to generate. would use all that much until we 4
,"We had to expand the scale of realized what a large amount of sur- Iours
everything we normally do to ac- face area we had to work with." _
"It's hard work," he adds, "and hot
.. -. .. ... too, but I sure am staying in shape lifting prorides shinty.
these things." /[ of 11und sunding
Y & After the old finish is completly
removed, Suzy and Krider hoist the
ra; pews up a specially constructed ramp
.into the middle of the building where Sawyer-Blade
..p R ICEFREE
the remainder of the in
steps the pro- .
'cess take place.--'"'' .,-, ..,...M. .tr J
In the second stage, the pews are
If[/pressure washed with Oxalic acid, a DELIVERY '
,liquid that penetrates deep into the CUTTERI
wood to remove polluting substances
which have been picked up during I
years of use.
"You wouldn't believe how much
dirt, body oils and other things old '
furniture picks up as it is being used," TllfflL Whirlpool
I Suzie said. "To make it look right in b
the end you have to have a lot of patience I N\l ir p6ol 2 Speed Fan
"1 in the beginning stages like this 4-way Air Direction
one to really clean the wood before
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ray 1 ? "wln you try to improve it any.
.' l Repairs come next in the chain of AHW-180-4 Energy Saving Options

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5 ,. d cuts and scratches which have to be
filled in, sanded down with multiple 18,000 BTU/Hr. LOW INTERST
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From The OfficeOf were dismissed and five persons pled On July Id Hart''pled guilty on both ding to LI. Lane Sibley. There was no Bennett. '' ( (iit .' ;>. Vicki L>'nrv O'Cpn'nell of Starke was
The State AttorneySince guilty. counts. After stating the cattle had listed damage to the Ford. Damage to the Chevrolet was $50, cited for careless driving in an accident -
Forty-six new traffic criminal been sold and were being cared for damage to (the Ford was $450. July 16.
July 1 activity in the office of
the state attorney at the Bradford cases were received during the first properly the court placed Hart on pro James H. Mathis of Hilliard drivinga 'Saxon' driving a 1970 Chevrolet
fifteen days of July. bation for 60 days, ordered him to pay 1977 Chevrolet van was backing in Timothy Pope Saxon of Hamptonwas
County Courthouse
there were 18 new individual is as follows; Five new juvenile cases were the costs of the veterinarian who examined the Wishbone parking lot and did not cited with improper backing and see' /* '#"* f/t/*,''
and/or felony defendants sent to cases the received and informations were filedon the cattle for (the state attorney's see a parked vehicle July 9. The parked .
two
petitions.
office and was ordered to vehicle a 1976 Chrysler received I -
office mations for were prosecution.filed on 15 Felony cases. Infor wall Assistant is back State in the Attorney office after Peter a two En- $100 court costs, according to Elwell.pay $t50 damage Miller. according to Patrolman Starke Family Planning (:linic
Three of the new cases filed were weeks vacation in England. Enwall Minor Traffic Jerry -
Tubes tied
Tubal )
prison cases, according to Assistant will Ligation (
represent the state in the court
State Accidents In Starke Gladys Crawford Schleich of Largo '
Attorney Tom Elwell.
cases scheduled for
next week in
Vasectomies
driving a 1976 Ford was stopped July &
The court the
or state attorney Bradford County Circuit Court. Curtis Chastain of ,
dismissed Clyde Tate Ga. 14 as a vehicle was backing up. The
search twelve warrant.cases and preparedone Wilton Ozell Hart 42, of Hampton, driving a 1974 Ford was backing fromDebra's driver of the backing vehicle failed to No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions,performed.
was arrested June 28, charged with Country Kitchen July 11 and see the Ford and struck it.
Twenty-five disdemeanor cases two counts of cruelty to animals after struck a 1968 Volkswagen in the left Clayton E. O'Steen of Starke driving 964-6500
were received and informations
were his cattle started ,
dying according to
a 1981 Chevrolet was found to be at
filed on 15 cases. Thirteen side.Damage !
prior cases Paul
Deputy Stegall. to the VW
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to the Fiat
from page two Damage was$800. brown flowery shirt, tan pants, and a I
Western Steer thick brown belt. The man acted very
was backing from a driveway across Bicyclist Hits calm and left walking through the
the sidewalk onto SR-16 as O'Connellwas Car On US301Dana Robbed Monday Evening parking lot, according to the cashier.An .
entering the driveway, they collided undetermined amount of cash New Homes (19041 473'4961\
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was taken, the total in an excess of AdditionsRemodeling
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was no damage to the Chevrolet, ac- which was traveling south on US-301 Monday evening by a young white and Patrolman W. W. Wilkinson.
cording to Patrolman David Crum. July 19 at 11:40: a.m. Cooper was male who said he had a gun when he PRESSURE! WASHING PAINTING
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Chris Henry Verner of Gainesville, Rescue 60 where she was treated and money." KEYSTONE BUILDERS INC.
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vehicle on US-301 at the Bradford W. Luria of Synder, New York, around the parking lot of the Starke police responded to a call at
Square Shopping Center when he was driving a 1977 Datsun, was not foundat restaurant and around the cigarette Terwillegar Motors July 19, someone ROOFING INSULATION
struck in the rear by a tractor-trailer fault. According to Patrolman machine for approximately one hour had seen four men taking a battery
truck July 17. Steve Backus, Cooper was crossing prior to the robbery according to from a new car parked on the lot. Jim Powell Lawrence!Hlvd.
Irvin Mitchell Kohn of Jacksonville, US-301 from Jackson St. and struck witnesses.The According to Patrolman Willie President Keystone IIKII.!! Kl J2ri.:! ;tiDRIPP
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I Republican Skip Bafalis gears up: for a run at the GovernorshipU.S. :

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Rep. Skip Bafalis, the five- tries, stretching from Walt Disney ,demonstrates Bafalis' qualities for In-
term Republican who represents World to the Everglades and from the. novative leadership. Senate, Bafalis sponsored many involving Social Security Medicareand ET-1; ; I
Florida's populous 10th Congressional Gulf Coast to the Atlantic Ocean. He These and other proposals to reduce peices of legislation to fight drug other Federal programs. He also I
District, has been a leader in the effort represents more than 900,000 government spending have won him abuse, including a bill Imposing mandatory has been highly effective in aiding I Ir
to restore common sense to fiscal residents. praise from citizens across the coun- jail sentences for drug local governments in their efforts to
policy at all levels of government, try and from such important grassroots pushers. Bafalis also introduced work through the maze of Federal
provide tax relief, and fight crime in In his daily activities In Congress as organizations as the National legislation providing for drug abuse programs and regulations.Of .
this country. a member of the Ways and Means Federation of Independent Business, education in Florida schools.
Committee, Bafalis has consistently National Association of Businessmenand Bafalis has also compiled solid basic concern to him as a
., Bafalis' 16 years of achievements in been a strong supporter of President the National Taxpayers Union. credentials as a conservationist. He representative of Florida residents is
service to the people of Florida have Reagan's efforts to reduce taxes and Bafalis believes we must take our successfully pushed through legisla- that, "We must realize that there can
prepared him well to serve as their bring down runaway inflation. As an cities and states back from the tion to have the Myakka and the Lox- be no real economy in government until -
Governor. First elected to the Florida example of this support he introducedthe criminal element with strong, coor- ahatchee Rivers studied for inclusion we stop looking for government to ,
House of Representatives from Palm extensive revisions of the Estate dinated efforts by local state and in the Wild and Scenic River System. solve all our problems."
Beach County in 1964, then to the and Gift Tax Law enacted by Con- federal alw enforcement officials. He co-sponsored legislation to acquire Baflis was born in Boston in 1929.
State Senate in 1966 and 1968, Bafalis gress in 1981 These revisions "The first function of government is Florida s Big Cypress Swamp as a He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree
established himself as an effective eliminated the unfairly burdensome to protect the lives and property of its Federal Water Preserve.As from St. Anselms College in New
leader in Tallahassee. In 1972, he was Federal taxes,which often forced sur- citizens,"says Bafalis. 'If, it's not doing Hampshire in 1952, and 22 years later
elected to his first term In Congresswith viving spouses and children to sell that, it's not doing( its job. no a strong believer in individual the school honored him with its
more than 60 percent of the vote their family farms and small matter how many social programs it rights, Bafalis has supported proposals "Alumni Award of Merit" for his service
and was re-elected in 1974 and 1976. In businesses to absorb the cost of these has." As a member 01 Congress, to stop forced busing of school to the nation and his alma mater
.:. 1978, Bafalis ran unopposed. Two taxes.In Bafalis has co-sponsored numerous children and permit voluntary prayer
,'. ''years ago the people in his district each session of Congress since proposals designed to confront this in the schools throughout his years in He entered the Army as a Private in
,;. voiced their support by returning him 1973 Befalls has introduced a resolution nation's serious crime problems, the Florida Legislature and the U.S. 1953, earned his commission,and rose
;, to Washington with an impressive 79 calling for a Constitutional which have been enacted into law. Congress. to the rank of Captain during his tour llufulis
percent of the vote. Amendment to balance the budget in These include legislation which per- of duty. While serving in the military; Skip
an effort to restore fiscal integrity to mits the military to aid in civilian During his ,service in Congress, Bafalis met Mary Elizabeth Lund of
"' The 10th Congressional District is the Federal government. The moun- drug enforcement, the Organized Bafalis has placed heavy emphasis on Lawton, Ok. They wre married in 1956
the largest in Florida and the second ting support of this resolution, stem- Crime Act and the Motor Vehicle constituent needs... His office assists and have two children, Itenee Louise
most populous district in the nation.It ming from Bafalis' initial introduc- Theft Prevention Act. literally thousands of district and Gregory Louis. The Bafalis'
''covers. 14,000 square miles in 15 counTallahassee'e- tion in 1973, dramatically.paign While serving in the Florida State residents every year with problems reside in Fort Mjers Beach. I


I Jim Crews tinning for State District 5law


Leon County Commissioner Jim with mostly small contributionsfrom requires state or county elected Hold regular hours in every cour BUILDER OFFERS
Crews announced he recently filed between$10-$25, and he said he officials to resign from their posts thouse.
with the Secretary of State as a can- expects to receive a few checks over before seeking any other elected of- Appoint a citizen advisory commit. 10% INTEREST WITHNo
didate for the District 5 seat in the $100. ficials to resign from their posts tee in each county.
Florida Senate. The two-term county commissionerand before seeking any other elective of- "I want to be a circuit senator," Down *No Closing Cost
"Senators feud while citizens suf- small businessman kicked off his fice.Crews Crews said. "People will always know Payment
fer," said Crews. "I am running for campaign June 7, on the steps of pledged to: where and when they can meet with
state Senator because I feel that Baker County Courthouse the same Serve as full-time Senator me at a place near their home." With Over 20 Models to Choose from
lawmakers should get on with the courthouse his grandfather helped representing District 5, which con- Crews and his wife Bunny have two Built on Your Lot
business of the people." build during the early Forties. Crews sists of Bradford Union, Baker, Columbia daughters, Jennifer, 12, and Caroline,
Crews added that his campaign family began farming in Baker Coun- Hamilton, Suwannee, 8, who attend public schools in Leon
headquarters, located at 110 N. ty before 1830 and has lived in North Madison Taylor and Jefferson coun- County. He was reelected to the Leon Call Jim Powell
Magnolia Drive in Tallahassee, is Florida for six generations."Now ties, as well as portions of Leon Coun- County Commission in 1980 with 57 For a FREE Brochure 1.473.49111Efli
now open and staffed by volunteers as then,our state's hearland ty. percent of the vote.
throughout the week. offers many rich opportunities" said
"They key to this campaign will Crews. "Both newcomers and
parallel my successful past cam- longtime residents must learn to work : : : : 7
paigns," said Crews. "It amounts to together to make our region a better
hundreds of volunteers who give time place to live." _
and energy- as well as contact their On June 25, Crews resigned from
neighbors." his position on the Leon County Com- THE
Crews said he will finance his cam- mission, effective November 1. State S

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Graveside Funeral services for Funeral services will be conductedat t'' $
Jessie Dyal Rogers of O 9 O
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Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
20 in the Hospitality Care Center of Home for JoAnn Solze, 42, of Starke. I'' Children's
Florida Inc., will be conducted at 2 t* -
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p.m. Friday, July.23 at Santa Fe Lovell will officiate the service. CamouflageFatigues AAREH "
Cemetery with Rev. Robert
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Mrs. Solze died
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Rogers was born and raised in She was born and raised in I
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Thomas.. and Idella Durden Dyal. where she'has resided 9hTce"S11e'attended : !Jacket & Pants
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Survivors include one daughter, son, Richard C. Solze, Jr., of Lawtey; or Short SheeveM.95 ...... e
Mrs. Mary R. Griggs of Jacksonville; two daughters, Mrs. Sherry Lynn '"
two sons, Mr. Randall L. Rogers of Hamilton of Melrose and Miss 6 Pocket
Jacksonville Beach, and Mr. Charles Kimberly Ann Solze, of Starke; her
Rogers of Jacksonville; two sisters, parents Mr. and Mrs. Sankey Millerof Camp Shorts 66c! $1
Mrs. S.J. White of Hartford Ky., and Starke; three sisters, Mrs. Connie By Woodland GI Camouflage
Mrs. A.E. Saxon of Gainesville; nine Best of Starke, Mrs. Sue Carter of Box
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grandchildren and five great- Daytona Beach, and Mrs. Phyllis Camouflage or Khaki Warren Motor Oil Or 65-Oz. Dutch
grandchildren.Archie Rosier of Lake City; two brothers,
Tanner Funeral Home of "Mr. John Miller of Starke, and Mr. $9.95 Transmission Fluid Laundry Detergent30W
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In Me rtoriam, .,.. CamouflageBonnie GI Parkinize; '

In memory of my iate husband, We must accept and go on, for Hats Blade / ) ( ) H Hv
\'Wallace A., Solano, deceased July 20, there's, no other way. J
1978.'>.' -' *- We were blessed:\ to have you for so M.95 $8.95
i Watlacb- you're in my thoughts, many years that we will always feel
',more than words can say. > your presence even though you're not

>:Although four years has passed, here.
they don't seem to go away. Sadly missed by your family. -
: The tears still come and the
:''l'lonliness is still here.
c But, its those cherished memories I
'tresUre-that makes it easier to bear. e ttf rri
God has called so many of our loved
one's smce you went away. j5t MfflVIJ1kJWAL
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School Board Single Vision Lenses. . . ;. . 25.00 Diapers Liquid Foil
Family Dollar 60- 22-oz. Dove, Lux or 12"x25' aluminum
Newborn, 40-Toddler Palmolive liquid foil by ReynoldsLimit
Dr. Robert M. Paterson, School Bifocals Flat 25 m/m 45.00 & 48 Extra Absorbent Limit 2. 2.
Board Member from Clay Country ( Top ) . .;. '.. . .
School District 1, has announced his
intention to run for re-election in this Invisible Bifocal. < *
fall's' election. a . . a . . 65.00'v )
Paterson said he feels that his 30 r
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years of working in the Clay school .f"-
system is a "definite value" to the r> t;.b .:" ..\ \
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school
system.He I -
has worked as a Parents- .i6'I.., ., .:' .\1 .
Teachers-Association (PTA) presi- -' .."',. Located At:
dent at the elementary, middle and ,The Eyeglass I Store : US30ISaEdwardaRd.
Acrou from Community Bank
high school level, as a member of acitizen's

advisory committee five ,'. OPEN: Monday"4MI thru Friday
,
years a carnival chairman in Green /0.-\.' 9 am -5:3Opm::
Cove Springs, twenty years as a \ Saturday9am.Ipm !.'.
school board member and twelve ,
years as School Board Chairman.
Eight years ago at the start of
negotiations with the teacher's union
he attended college course at Choose from
wide
a assortment of
William and Mary University at Save Over 501Men's !

Negotiations.He WillIamsburg. Va. taking a course in Frame styles and colors starting as" low as $12.00 Jogging

has been Vice-President of the It's a fact we can save you money. 3'99" Tops And Shorts
State School Board Association
and
served on It'.legislative committee in Each Compare At 9.99!

Tallahassee. Bring us -your new prescriptionor Special purchase deluxe gym shorts in twills and

working Paterson in Tallahassee has repeatedly Is some said of that the have your present lenses duplicated. reversible knits. Shirts in many styles and fabrics to t

most important time a school board Quality. ServiceSuper. Savings from the Eyeglass Specialists coordinate. Sizes S.M.L.XL. _
c.
member can spend"Recognition
Price Good At All
Family Dollar Stores
those
by In control in
Tallahassee Is another plus I offer the Through This Weekend Quantities Limited
voters in thin county," Paterson said. On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers

"The yearly experiences of attending (!Clear glass or.plastic lenses power range from PL to 4.00 SpH.. 0.25 to 2.00 cyl.) J
the conferences in the state capitol 309 South Walnut Street

have helped me develop a knowledgeof Starke FloridaTJ
the workings of the Florida State J.
Department of Education."






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demanded to be tested the of travel.
Carter on
he Ar-
he arrived saw
when
Searcy
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Crawford to avoid hitting
attempted
and was taken to Mac-
: thur Bruce Norris putting a battery breathalyzer indeed found he the cow but could not and struck
clenny where it was
into his vehicle. was intoxicated, according to the cow knocking it onto the shoulderof Motors
and
Norris was arrested chargedwith
I .t and theft Williams. the roadway.The Terwillegar I
criminal mischief petit I
I. of Note: the breathalyzer has been Inoperative Ford valued at$7,000 was total-
burglary a
conveyance.The
f. at the Bradford County Jail ed in the 9:30 p.m. accident .
1982 Ford Escort was slightly
; gained to for the past few months while There was no arrest or injury :
damaged when entry was awaiting a shipment of the ther- (other than to the cow valued at$300))
to Lt.
get to the battery, according
mostat needed to repair the machine. but Crawford was traveling at a speedof
( Eston Norris Mosher.was released on a total$1,200 Carter was released on a $300 cash Calvin 60-65 Pace.mph, according to Trooper


surety bond. bond.Manuel Pope,70,of Starke,was arrested Man ArrestedOn _]

.; Two Brothers on US-301 approximately five Aggravated AssaultTom 1982 Ford
miles south of Starke July 18 and
i Arrested For Burglary charged with driving while intoxicated Marks, Sr. of Starke was arrested -
Scott Gordon was seen loading a and having no valid driver's and charged with aggravated
.. assault July 18 after a confrontationon
i television into the back of a black license. F.1OOPickUP
Old Rd., to
Lawtey according
Court Total bond was set at $350, accor-
I Dodge pickup at a building on Patrolman Steve Backus.
St. July 19. Todd Gordon, 20, was inside ding to Trooper B. A. Williams.Al Marks alledgedly started chasing

the building at the time, accor- Estro, 36, of Starke, was Paul Reed with a 2x4 while Reed was Bsas
ding to Patrolman W. W. Wilkinsonand Joseph
working as a carpenter on a new
arrested 1978 Ford pickupon
driving a
Lt. Eston Mosher
The Gordons both of 708 N.Lake St., US-301 near the Holiday Inn July 17 house on Old Lawtey Road and I $599500
Market Road. Reed
short
picked a
with and charged with driving while intox up
in Starke, were charged
Also taken icated. 2x4 and struck Marks in the jaw. M
burglary-grand theft. wasa
Marks was taken to the Bradford
tent and a basketball. Bond was set at $300, according to -.S3
County Hospital where he was
Bond for each of the brothers was Patrolman Jerry Miller.
treated,released,arrested and takento "
set at$2,000, they remain in the Brad- the Bradford County Jail. I Drive butS
ford County Jail. to records
According police they
Traffic Arrests Black CowCauses have been called several times Includes Tax
recently to settle disturbances causedby
For DWI AccidentWilliam Marks. asa

Morris Carter, Jr., 38, of Starke, Dwayne Crawford, 20, of Bond was set at 2000. Marks was
was arrested and charged with driv- Keystone Heights was eastbound on released on his own recognizancewith
ing while intoxicated July 20, accor- SR-238 driving a 1980 Ford when he the agreement he stay away
ding to Trooper B. A. Williams. saw a black cow standing in his lane from Reed. r1M

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I ;, Florida .panther... on endangered- species- list I .YMM.......

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i There are few animals in the world lifest'les.The species list. .--.
with the mystique that surrounds the Florida panther has been protected The Florida Panther Act of 1979 \ ':=:::
Florida panther.Unfortunately. since 1958 and is now listed on makes the killing of this animal a :
the mystery and the the federal and state endangered felony. :;;..
aura of the panther also leads to -=-E3rye
many misunderstandings about the I
animal. OPEN 8-5:30: Mon.-Frl. 8.12 Sat. gaalaaa aaawaaaawraa.w.wN al-aa7 UMA1awaw :
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Strand of the Big Cypress National
Preserve and the Everglades Na- ,
tional Park," said Chris Belden, We Install and Check System >
research biologist for the Florida u (FREE)
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis-

:_: sion.The Florida panther is a large, ; !
4 long-tailed, light brown cat reaching IDUSLAS :
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feet and ;
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like women, follow people in the '

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on. "The sealer drys out in an inconsis-
"We try to be very careful in this tent manner," Suzanne explains. as
stage because it has such an impacton "You have to put it on very graduallyor
the final appearance of the wood," the overlap becomes visible to the
1 f Suzanne said. "This is where you eye and ruins the look of the wood." *v

never know how long each is
pew goIng
In the final of the
to take. Some of the ones that stage refurbishing to
weren't used as much, maybe they .process, two coats of lacquer is ap- to
that makes old wood
were in the back of the church or plied the gleam > _
I don't know in a way that members of the First
something, they are in
pretty good shape, but some of the Methodist congregation haven't been
k others able to see for years. The pews then 'or
: are pretty badly scarred.
:_ p receive the finishing "wax job". a
r After the pews are repaired, new "This is my favorite part of the
J coats of stain are applied to the wood whole works,' Suzanne says pointing he
r 4r ill for the first time. The first coat is left proudly at the rapidly growing group ,ur
on a total of 12 hours before the se- of finished pews, "when the wood
; cond coat is applied. looks! like this you know you've done a
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::: get-up with a deadly serious purpose- teen years and has been in Starke
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- an air respirator and a head mask, since Ocober. She and her daughter
::5.--. that will block the poisinous vapours Leslie live in the "S. R. Johns" houseon
-- that are emitted by the sealant Washington St. where she has
" -. afl chemical which Suzy applies througha single-handedly started remodeling
I'.'.-_-.-. pressurized spray gun. the house.

:
- "We have to use extreme caution in She is also encouraged about the

,=....= this stage of the process," she says, future prospects for her new business.
-- pointing to a rock-hard pool of clear
--
? glaze that covers a nearby table-top. "I've been very pleased with the
"This is what would crystalize in my local response so far," she says.
: lungs if I weren't careful. We have to "This area is a goldmine of old houses
run ventilation fans on full blast dur- and furniture tha could be preserved.The .
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:::: iAil Heavy sanding is involved in this things seem to be increasing all the
: }I step because of the variations in the time because people appreciate the
quality and want to hold to it."
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. Jack Mills qualifies for District 21 NOW OPEN

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Jack Mills of Middleburg has women in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine of today's ills in society "Families 5 am 9 pm 7 Days a Week

qualified as a candidate for the Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and studetns need to join Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, I
Florida House District 21. Clay and from various foreign countries. Mills Future Farmers of America, 4-H and JUrbq; t t4c:1
parts of Bradford and St. Johns coun- had a staff of some 70( officers, other programs that are designed to '
t Aa enlisted and civilians to assit him. He honor God Family and Country. :. .' ,: : under
ties.Mills was raised on an Iowa farm retired from the navy in 1972 as a Families need to play together, pray )
durng the Depression. He joined the Disabled Veteran. He is now together and devote time in helping &
;'i I U.S. Navy and in less than 10 years publisher of The Middleburg Paper, each other while expressing their love 1 ::. ; ,. New
naval service advanced to the top of The Middleburg Press Club and The for one another. America will be no "5"r .- j
+s the enlisted rank as a chief. He was Mills Turn. stronger than the individual families ,..l ,,)
then commissioned a naval officer "The problems in America are living here," Mills said. 1 :: 'j; ManagementKenneth .
I and he advanced in LCDR. cuased by a breakdown in the family In addition to providing leadership IJ-"S: .
T ; _'' I Mills was the first Naval Weather unti (father, mother and children), in strengthening the family unit Mills .01 .-' t
Service Officer to be assigned on PCS Mills said. "Until we repair that wants to reduce taxes by eliminating
jz into Vietnam where he organized the damage we cannot expect the ills unnecessary government programs, & Jewell Crawford
p i listening pots used to obtain intelligence caused by that problem to subside," government waste and corruption.
for weather forecasts he continued. Commenting on government Mills
' which he prepared for use by Allied "According' to Judge Gerald B. said, "Freedom fs represented by Eat with Us
4r Forces .In Vietnam -Mills.-was-, ,. TjoflaU.teenag.suicide.is.up 500 per haioesy while government of the people "..' H'
decorated for his duty In a combat cent and 80 percent of all crime in by special) groups is caused by
tone, including the Navy Achieve- America is committed by people onflict of interestslavery.. The people Breakfast Lunch Dinner
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.A ment Medal which ranks above the under the age of 26, Mills continued l, are ready for honesty in our
Purple Heart. "and that is a direct result of the elected officials and I will devote a
After his tour in Vietnam.Mills was breakdown in the traditional family great deal of energy to stop conflict of
Jock Mill sent to Lakehurst, NJ, where he ad- unit" interest in government"
vanced to be the Superintendent of the If we are going to reduce crime, the "You see," Mills explaned, "a ,1.1.1.1.7.
11 United States Navy Weather Schools.As sickness of pornography, dope and politician looks forward to the next This will BLOW your mind
such, he was responsible for the sex outside of marriage, we will haveto election while a statesman looks for- I
training program and schools involvIng strengthen the family unit," Mills ward to the next generation. I shall "Truckload Sale"
weather for enlisted men and said as he outlined the simple solution serve the people as a statesman." 1
I With the Cost of Energy Today,

files for re-election no opposition reportedState You can't afford NOT to own a
[I Crady 1 Reversible Ceiling Fan

H Representative Geroge Crady 1977. His new district includes Brad and Parole Subcommittee. "As a allow our senior citizens to hunt and I 0 30-Days FREE (in home) Service with
nnounced today that he has filed for ford County, which was added member of the Corrections, Probation fish in Georgia without charge if the Installation by Wind & Fire of Fla.
e-election to the Florida House of because of reapportionment. "I have and Parole Committee, these Georgia Legislature passes a similar ,I
tepresentatives. He qualified for enjoyed serving the people in my past two eyars, I am quite pleased bill; helping the City of Lake Butler I Commercial and Residential
J louse District 13, which includes district for the past five years, with what we have been able to accomplish get a grant to start a summer recreation i
assau, Baker, Union and parts of Crady said. "I am looking forward to in upgrading the prestige an I program; fighting for an appropriation I
radford and Duval counties. serving the" as well as the people of pay of our correctional officers," of$125,000 to build a county Come on in..and check our
Bradford County, in the years Crady said. health clinic in Yulee; working fora
Crady will run without opposition, it ahead." "I am very proud of my success in bill to help the Baker County School
vas announced Tuesday no other' During his current term in office, the Legislature," Crady said. "The Board with an emergency roofing Limited unadvertised
andidates have. qualified before the Representative Crady has served on accomplishments that I am proudestof problem; and helping to provide funding ( Quantity)
eadline three committees: Agriculture; Cor- are: Keeping the Welcome Stations on Project S.T.E.P., a highly
Representative Crady has served"Nassau rections, Probation and Parole; and and the Employment Office in Nassau successful program designed to help I With FREE Brass
Baker, Duval+'and -Unran Health Care Cost Containment. He County from being closed because of juvenile delinquents.gram in-store I
ounties since first being elected in also is the Chairman of the Probation budget cuts; passing a bill that will specials Lite Kit Includ.



Johnson qualifies for District 21 House seatBringing 48" Classic "Reversible" Large Shipments Have


to the local- campaign Government. matters which will benefit District 21 Johnson supports cutting that Looks the same as a Arrived. Example...
i front ten years of solid legislature ex- He is a lifetime resident of this area in the future. He has stood firm in his program from the budget to save tan Hunterwith a Lifetime 52" 3-speed Reversible,
perience and a host of fresh ideas, and has been married for four years. commitment to work for creation of money which might otherwise be Trimed Brass
1 Jerry Johnson today announced that His wife, Mary, is a sixth grade an Independent Reapportionment wasted. Warranty (Solid Brass Motor Brass ,
1 he has qualified as a Democratic can- teacher. He is a Catholic whose faithis Commission composed of ordinary Johnson has also devoted con Very Quiet) Reg. 289. Arms, and Wood Blades
didate for the District 21 Florida every bit as strong as when he wasa citizens, not legislators, so the peopleof siderable time to the question of Just M09.
I House seat.Johnson youngster, when he attended Florida will never again have to endure higher education in he district and 00
has substantial experiencein parochial school. He Is in St. the agony of an expensive and medical malpractice insurance. He S189 Reg. M79.08
national, state, and local govern- Chaterine's parish in Orange Park. circus-like Special ReapportionmentSession has been working for months,and will .
ment. On the national level, he has ,Jerry currently works as a which produces a botched continue to work to obtain a feasibility I Brass FUture Kits"" with Glob
performed work for CongressmanBill manufacturer's representative for reapportionment plan. study from the Florida Board of Just 12.95
Chappell Senator Lawton Chiles, heating and air-conditioning equip- Johnson also believes in a strong Regents for an upper-level university a
Senator Sam Ervin, and the House ment. He owns, wholly or ,partly, local economy set firmly on the foundation campus in the district. "The figureson Reversibles Many More
Committee on Appropriations; on the three businesses in Clay County,so he of balanced growth, instead of higher educational need in our /
state level for the Florida. Department knows about the struggle of small merely residential growth without area fully justify this study," Johnson Starting at -f Name Brands
of Administration, Lieutenant businessmen during this tough essential support services and job opportunities said "and I intend to get the study to Choose
Governor Jim Williams and the economic period.He also understands "I stand against those interests completed as soon as possible." 00
House Committee on Health and how to work from the bottom up, which would allow our districtto On malpractice legislation, 8 9. 41" from. Startingwith
Rehabilitative Services; on the local because prior to his current job he grow without careful planning or Johnson has pledged to support a .:. "
level, for the Orange Park Planningand had gained experience as a painter, safeguards for soil and water statutory limit on monetary awardsin ( Brass)
Zoning Board and the Clay Coun- janitor, carpenter, busboy, teacher, quay, Johnson stated, "and I will malpractice cases and sensible Syr. warranty $35 00
ty Local Government Study Commis railroad worker, greenskeeper, truck not dare to accept campaign money limits on the amounts which can be at .
sion. driver, and mechanic. lie even from these Interests because a public awarded for "pain and suffering," or
Johnson has served two sessions as devoted his skills to the effort to official forgets the true interests of non-economic, reasons. "Florida differs "SPECIAL"
a legislative aide in Tallahassee, so rebuild rain-destroyed homes in the whole constituency when he takes markedly from other states in the
he: has gained a good working Chihuahua, Mexico.In this money, and he inevitably finds profligacy of our award system, so 56" Liteweight Fan with 3-speed
knowledge of the legislative process response to the question of that his fortune lies in doing business I'm willing to work to bring this Brass Motor & Arms only 09."
and the personalities which shape it. "What have you done for us lately?" with them while still a public official. system back into line."
Johnson has also served as an of- Jerry has a number of clear answers. ." Aware that there Is much discus.
ficer in the Civitan Club of Clay Coun- Jerry obtained increased federal fun- Johnson has proven his concern for sion in District 21 about House candidates Installations Starting at $1500
ty, the Greater Orange Park Jaycees, ding for wastewater treatment in soil and water quality and conservation having significant conflicts of
and the .Clay County Young Green Cove Springs and was com- Issues by serving as chairman of interests Johnson has gone far
Democrats. He is'a member of the mended for his work by resolution of the Clay County Eagle Walk on June beyond the minimum requirements to WE NOW HAVE HI-LINE FANS
board of directors of the Clay County the City Council.He 22, 1982. This was an effort to raise open his record to public scrutiny. He (For Mobile Homes & Houses)
Chamber of Commerce, and currently helped place fairer starting funds for the preservation and protection has submitted extra material to the
serves as president of the Blanding salaries for correctional officers in of the American Bald Eagle, Florida Ethics Commission to show "'N
Business Council. the state appropriations bill in 1980. In whose habitat has dwindled due to that he has carefully separated his CUT
lie has given four years of serviceto the same year, he worked with state rapid development In counties like public and private affairs. "';: WIND & FIRE of FLORIDA ., ..
his party's county executive com- and local officials to Increase voter those In District 21. "Since 1979" he said "I have submitted r.r'.sm-... 480 S.Lawrance Blvd.
mittee, performing the Job of publicity turnout in the presidential preference Johnson is a solid fiscal conser- a Isit of all gifts or favors I re....a e.. On Highway 21.Access from Fortune F. chairman for two years. He Is a primary.He vative. He has stated that he will sup- have received from any applicant KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLORIDA
member of numerous civic and authored legislation which is port or sponsor legislation to require before any advisory board or governmental ,.'THESAVINQS IS IN THE DRIVE"
public-service organizations.In now law, ensuring that the hearing that the House and Senate Appropriations body I have served on. This i. $ :
1980,he was named one of the impaired will have Interpeters in Committees apply a strict cost- not required by law but I have done il Old Time Hunters $119,00 l}: .1
Outstanding Young Men of America. legal proceedings, a basic: human benefit analysis to each state-run program CLOSED SUNDAY
Jerry graduated from Harvard right. in Florida. If the cost-benefit .
University with an honors degree In Johnson has also been working on analysis is not favorable to a pro- W* S.lc.,W.''nI.".WE DELIVER Fi.. On Orda Purcha. t
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I f World's Fair draws large crowds



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T Fair, reports. "Our tour millionth nave uireuuy viewed sucn luminaries
More than five million people have as Rudolf Nureyev Bob Glen ,
visitor arrived late in June, and '
passed through the gates of the 1982 the Campbell, the cast 1I0r'Ain't J., "I \\I:.', "" ',', I
: World's Fair thus far, making It the five earlier millionth.this month" we greeted Misbehavin', Jerry Lee Lewis and Akt""I'I\o: \;i'Al& / .:;; ,'-i\ '1\\1. !'\ ,,',, ., {.:.:rm''i'1', : ,.'.''" '.'..'.''.''1....'..'','', \ .', .
most successful U.S. Fair both in
I Johnny Cash. On tap for the coming
"The World's Fair is obviously surpassing )
I and financial terms since the
popular wildest weeks are Loretta Lynn, Carlos Mon- j I
New York World's Fair of 1939. By claims. "We our anticipated hopeshe from 20 toya, Red Skelton and the Grand ...." <, -" ,
the attendance for the
comparison
Kabuki Theatre of
visitors daily during May, but Japan.
entire run of the 1974 Fair in Spokane 40,000 ,
On-site full-scale musical
passed productions -
between 50 99,000 people ;
totaled 5.2 million.
are being staged daily in the
through the turnstiles daily. June pro-
The Fair's national popularity has
jections were 40 60,000 daily and Tennessee State Amphitheatre and on
been attributed in large part to word-

of-mouth enthusiasm. Exit surveys of we've ended up averaging 75,000. The The the latter three -Folklife. the largest Festival such festival stages. Ads f

visitors' reactions to the Fair show Tour and Travel Department, expecting I Union County 1
ever presented -- features
country
recommend the 250 300 buses a day, saw that ,
would
that 85 percent
bluegrass, gospel, folk and blues
Fair to friends and relatives at home.In figure reach 600 and up to 800 buses on per "" I
formers throughout the day. Two new
of the turn out in Knoxville, some days. :'
spite "We've also been proud to see the theatrical venues the Court of Flags
city officials say, the major problems and the Garden Theatre have FOR SALE
: anticipated by the public have rot number of exhibiting nations grow to PERSONAL FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS FOR RENT
recently been established to help accommodate -
with the
twenty-seven recently announced
: materialized. There have been no participation of five eastern the approximately 35 daily SERVICES BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDROOM S FREE ENGLISH IVY;]; Potted

traffic jams or back-ups, police Caribbean nations," Roberts states. on-site productions. All on-site AND ADDING BATH CB/BRICK HOME: Caladiums 25 c.nti to $5

report; and parking spaces are plen- The state of St. Christopher and entertainment is free. CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES MACHINES FOR Pool landscaped yard Weeping" Willow tree; 55
tiful, resulting in reduced rates. Free estimates. Local Times with 2-5 Silver Dollar Eucalyptus;
Nevis St. Vincent and the In addition, jugglers, magicians, RENT: Union County outbuildings
Visitor services to make booking dancers clowns mimes and distributors for completely 85 SW 2nd Ave.. lake acres. $20,000 down. trees $6, 6 year old Parkin '
mar
St. Lucia
accomodations easier and to reduce Grenadines, Montserrat, bands entertain washable nationally Butler Phone 496-2261 l for Balance owner financed at sonla trees $10.1 Contrary
ching
waits on exhibit lines have been step- and Antigua and Barbuda will exhibitin throughout the Fair queues advertised GardsetteDraperies. more information. TFN 10 percent for IS years. Mary's Garden SR 121
grounds.
ped up in Fai management. a 4,700 square foot pavilion opening saw Enter 10/1. Additional acreage Lacrosse. 462-1561, closed
Visitors have also been on hand to
Scattered complaints regarding early in August. prises. Ed or Loma RENT TO OWN) A New available. Flexible terms. Sunday and Monday. 3tchg
housing and reservations have been "Because of these fantastic crowds, greet such visiting dignitaries as Jordan's Stephen 4962219. Baldwin Piano of your All on SR 18 near Wor- 7, 157 '227 29.

addressed and increased staffing a we've adde water fountains, benches, Crown Prince Hassan and S/I/80TFN.) choice. Porramore Music thington Springs. Phone 180 650 YAMAHA) 5.80

new streamlined telephon reservations canopies and restrooms," Robert Philippine First Lady Imelda Mar YARD SALE Saturday, July 904-7326776.' Ocala. 7/8 4963625. TFN 722. miles $1 .500. Cal
"As the Fair it is cos. 24 9 a.m.-6 Ceramicsand tIn
and customer service says. progresses p.m. Itpd 7 22.
4962996.
system SLIDING TRUCK CAMPER:
growing and changing to accomodatethe The number to call for general information junk 380 SE 3rd Ave. HOUSE FOR RENT Withfenced
division have eliminated housing
pro- Sleeps up to 6completewith 12X70 KINGSWOOO MOBILE
blems. turn-out-steps like a second level and accomodations is M. Herkey. Itchg 7/22. in yard In lake box and 3
stove, ice HOME: 3 bedroom. 2 bath
Even with attendance running :35 of the French pavilion, expansion of ((615)971-1000. Call Monday through REDUCE SAFE AND FAST: Butler Phone 496-3956. way lights Plenty of good condition. 46,5-1132'
the Philippine pavilion, and more Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 Saturday With GoB... Capsules and Itpd 7/22.
,
percent ahead of projections, there is p.m. storage space, $500. Truck $4,800. Itpd 7 22
good availability of quality rooms In space in front of the Korean pavilion from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and SUn- E-Vop "water pills. Andrews Topper also-$95. 8X40 2

and around the city, according to Pro- have been taken in this regard. An additional day from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Drugs 225 W. MainSt. WANTED Bedroom trailer completewith

perty Leasing and Hotel/Motel 3.5 million dollars have been The Fair will be open through October 2tpd 7/22 7/29. air $1600. Nice for

Management, the Fair's newly retained allotted since Opening Day for Fair- 31. Admission prices are $9.95 NON-SMOKING, WHITE lake or small family
housing agency. site improvements." for adults and $8 25 for children. INSURANCEMAINES MALE) RMC employeewants Phone 4311022. llpd 7. 22. '

"We expected our millionth visitorat One of the most powerful drawing "You've Got To Be There" is The to share housing 1976 SUBARU 4-W DRIVE tIr I SHOP ,

the end of May, but we hit the first cards to the Fair has turned out to be 1982 World's Fair slogan, and theFair's INSURANCE AGENCY with private entrance and WAGON: Good body, excellent ,

million mark in the first two weeks," the impressive roster of entertainersand success echoes that theme dai : 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake bath. Louis Groot. Phone running condition,
Butler' 4963978. Complete 620.5260 between B radial. 28 :
celebrity-studded shows. Crowds ly. o.m. new mpg.
S.H. Roberts Jr. President of the
,
Insurance Service. TENLOSTFOUND and 5 p.m. 2tchg 7/22 2350. Phone 496-3720.

7/29. Itchg 7/22.


I Johnson runn Ling for district 21 seat F roni age, REAL


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"en. POODLE LOST Female, ESTATE
to open my record to the light of day." will return any and all checks to the here in District 21. If the special In- OY short hair, short tall.paint.d .

Johnson has also submitted to the donating special-interest group. He terest groups don't want to abide by gray blue toenails,
Florida Ethics Commission a list of will accept a new check only if the these principles, they can save their flea LOOKING FOR a ..p.cialpi.c.
Spyder, wearing .
of
all sources of contracts, purchse amount does not exceed $50 and is accompanied money or put it back Into the economy collar name and yellow collar don't have property it. I'll find-it-Just If I *

orders, or commissions his by written evidence that to provide jobs for our people. I don't with bell. Worthington Spr. ask---JANE S. USHER REALTOR

businesses in the district have received the special interest group need it to create a slick Madison- ings area. Phone 4962227. REALTOR 496.2126 or

in the last three years."I understands it is not entitled to Avenue campaign. My campaign con- $50 Reword. Itchg 7/22. 496-2903. eves.. "Your JANE S. USHER ,

have asked the Ethics Commis- special consideration from the tribution reports confirm that I accept Union County Realtor. tfn

sion," Johnson continued, "to study District 21 representative due to the no special interest money K }OI&KQC( 3/26. REALTOR

this list and express an independent weight of its donation. He said he will without these provisions. I will ask all I FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Your Union Count. Hcd/lor/

opinon as to whether a conflict of Interest return any special interest check the other candidates in the race to SUPERVISORSEWING NEEDSCall Venero Brown

has existed in my public ser-. from Jacksonville, as he does not abide by these rules, too, and I will request ROOM 496-3022, Sandy Hazen 360 N. Main St.

vice. If they report that a conflict of believe any District 21 candidate that they return any money effec-" 496-3994" eves or G.rriL.n. 496.2126 496-2903

interest has existed, I will voluntarily should owe any favors to any interest which is out of compliance. Must be able to non 496-3140.' Tiffin' and
Pro-
withdraw from the race. I will also group outside the district. Johnson has gone on radio and appeared tlv.ly manage 20-30 H" Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 FOR SALE to.

call upon all the other candidates In "The unbridled power of the special before numerous groups to N ductlon Workers Got- Box 788, lake Butler FL. IDEAL FARM: Approx. 28 acres, section of' Providence .

the race to subscribe to the same prinT interest groups is one of the primary carry his message to the people of merit factory eMperlencejj work." tfn chg. 8/6. 3 BR frame home with fireplace. Sits on high

ciples and go through the same process reasons our country is in its present District 21. At 28, he is similar in age ? desired. Steady call for*"* point of property. Nice barn with 8 stalls and equip.

voluntarily withdrawing from state: stagnant economu, wasteful to other successful legislative candidates good benefits FOR SALE space. Fenced and cross fenced pasture and crop
intervIew4536O1. "
the race if a conflict of interest has existed and inefficient government, lacking from this are: Doyle Conner, confidential ButleApparel Camper trailer in land. Fronts 2 rood. Circle drive at entrance of home.

in the opinion of the Florida in a strong moral foundation and a who was elected to the House at age Lake lake condition. Ideal for horse farm or small crop former S($ME
.
Ethics Commission." sense of confidence and hope. 21, and the current representative Co. good FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYER.

Regarding special interest cam :Somebody has to be the first to say from District 21, who was elected at Butler, Fla. IPARTTIME I 496.2274b.tw..n Large acreage available in Union County with fin.,

paign money, Jerry has stated that he ''enough,' and we might as well say it age 30.I Lmc __ 45:30-8PM. avail. 25 to 300 acres for sale In Union County. Some
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HOURS FULL CUSTOM BUILT BRICK expedite tale! '

I I Ads TIME EARNINGS. HOME FOR SALE Batten natural frame home on 1 acre betweenUoke'

Keystone Heights Become a Stanley 2 BR. I both fireplace, tI Butler and Roiford off SR121.

Dealer. No experience family room. access to Old fashion type home large with high ceilings.

necessary.Two openings Lake Butler Ma ry Very attractive 2 bedroom home with additional corner .

available. Call 275-2177 Moeller Realtor. lot. Pecan trees and grape arbor. On. block oil

FOR SALE PERSONAL MISCELLANEOUS LOST/FOUND NOTICE for Interview. 3764471. Main St.Starke :

SERVICES' ; ; ?r:" : -__ ". .:
tAKE LOT on sand bottomed BINGO. .AMERICAN MAN'S WATCHSUNGLASSES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

lake in Hillcrest., $800 LEGION HALL. SR21. Left at should be submitted to th. .

down $146.44'' p.r month. CARPENTER WORK Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public In. Keystone Branch Library. Lake Region Monitor I Ads f
Phon. 473.4058 or Remodeling work kitch.n vited.7/1 tfnchg Call Monitor office and in writing and paid
cabinets, and trimcarp.nt.r.
473-4367 after 6 p.m.7/1 Reasonable ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSI identify. 473-2210 vance unless OffIC.1 .

tfnchg Closed already established ,
Call :_zj
473-2477.after
pric. HELP
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE. 5:30: p.m7/l tfnchg.CARPENTRY meetings Monday 8 p.m. this office. HELP FOR RENT FOR RENT PERSONALSERVICES ;
2 Keystone Heights owner AND MASONRY Open meetings Friday 8 WANTED Monitor staff cannot beheld
;.4 i financed 12 p.rc.nt in- p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 responsible formistak.s WANTEDINFORMATION |
;J5 tsr.st. lots on clear sand WORK Building patios, p.m. All meetings at RETIRED formanagement on classifieds, MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 3 BR, 1 BATH. inside city, 1
COUPLE
Z: bottom.d lake. priced toM additions r.mod.ling. Educational Building. Community when ad Is taken over the ON Cruise mile from Stark. city near schools. $325 month PROFESSIONAL Car Cl.o
homes and til. work. Fr.. of local limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. by appointment only, .
sell from 12500. On. to Church 473.2790 or telephone. Ship Jobs. Great income ing Service, Cleone
business
.. part time -
stimot Phon. 473-4473
Call tfn 964.8299
468-1323. 4/1 9647071venings.
Jj three with nice trees Classified, deadline All day. or
acres 4752130. 7/1 tIn chg. i.Tu..day is potential. Occupations washed vocuilmesanitned ,
mobile home site ,
Uj; from 3600. $500 down during day. 7/1 tfn chg. Call NICE ROOMS FOR RENT 7/15 tfn
OVEREATERS 312-741-9780
ANONYMOUSNo noon prior toThursday Dept
2: $50 a month. Comm.rcioloj NEW GUYS IN TOWN I C.J. available. Please call Call Refundable. Colored TV and air, $40 per 3 ROOM and bath furnishedapt. and deodorize
: dues fees publication. 2120.
or weighins -
and Arnold's Mobil. Home 4733193. Btchg 7/1 8/19 week and up. Wall to wallcarp.t. ., no pets $135 $7.00, pickup j| ai
frontage--investment Minimum p.
> op- open meetings Tuesday charge is 15 7/22 2tpd 729VOCATIONAL
and 24 hr. SCIENTIFIC Hair Salon invites delivered jploc
R.pair Welding. Call 9649992. ask month $50 or
plus cleaning yoyr
: portumty. SR.21N. Own.r.soi.smon. 7:30: p.m., St. Anne'sEpiscopal words for $2.75. then 10 INSTRUCTOR I
2; 4734375.71 Emergency S.rvic. Church stylist and costylistsfor cents for every word after. CARPENTRY Sunshine for mother. 6/3 tfn deposit. 9648071. 7/22 Call 9647226. ask fo> Dems.
..4 tfnchg 473-2567 or 4737160. 7/1 an interview. Position 2 BR HOUSE: Central Itchg 12 10 tfn J
Keystone Heights. Acres work activity center.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA tfnchg 473.2790 7/1 tfnchg. requires basic skills, in cutting 6 hours, Monday thru Friday heat/air carport, fenced ((2)) 1 BEDROOM unfurnishedapartments. FAMILY HAIR 5
MARY KAY COSMETICS Fr.. perming and color. aswell $350 month. First S 524"
yard
2
; access lots from 5500. BINGOLions Club across WANTED $3.50 to $4 per hr., CherrySt. DESIGNEI-3
H $500 down, $71.74" p.r facials, re-orders, p.r. from high school as a commitment to depending on experience.. lost months rent plus ., $135. 9647521. 7/22 144 W.' Coll Sty
month. Discount on entire sonalued skin car. pro. recommend professionalhome of cleaning deposit 333 N. 3tchg 8/7 :
j Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 Instructing supervision
.. 10 .. On. Waterfront ducts. Call Julie or Kay core products. Anticipate Walnut. Call 964.7347 or 4 BEDROOM unfurnished
ocr.
p.m.; Regular, 7:30: pm. continuous train MOWING. and/or odd jobs. adult retarded clients, ondcarpentry 964'730:11
4. lot. Call 4734375. 7/1 473-3919. 2tpdl/1 5-22 Public invited. 7/1 tin chg. and skills. Call: Neal Robinson skills related to 5332157. TFN 6/17 house $300 month. 315 T.W.....-
= CUSTOM MADE DRAPES ing upgrading 2 ROOM kitchenette wall to Walnut St..
1
no
tfnchg Resume Please 4752401. Itchg 7/22/82. manufacturing wooden pets. Thurs. 11 AM till fM
CLEAN, COMFORTABLE 90"gold bedspreads. Call forestimate required. wall carpeting and all 964-7521. 7/22 3tchg 8/7
call for interview WANT TO RENT Small 2BR palates. Requires to use Sat. -9 AM til 3 PM I
4732287. Also
2 sofa. Only $75. See atH appt. house in Keystone area. and Instruct the use ofpower utilities furnished. 514 CLARK ST. 3 bedroom .
475-2211 I Doris Hair Clinic Appolntm.ntNot *
dressmaking 4732287. HOME REMODELING I 964.7184.718 tfn
Monitor office or call unfurnished house $150
Call 475-2941." 7/22 tfnchg tools, Superviseproduction
H 4732210. 7/1 tfnchg 4tpd 7/21..8/12 REPAIR 0' oil kind. Itchg 715CUSTODIAN MATURE LADYlivein full and maintain 3 BEDROOM 2 bath'trailer, per month. 9647521. 7'22 Always Necessary
1 7 tfn' ''r
Inside and
3 REEL TO REEL, portobl. Room addition. Fr.. for records. 3 miles.South of Starke for tfn. V
LAKE REGION outside work. Job time to care elderly progress
H some requires BATHTUBS I SINK'
information call 473-4456'
stereo good condition. E.tlmot., .73.21.7,
lady. Salary. Call 4752841. Qualifications: high school
7-10 "
iJ $SO. Call MONITOR hours weekly after 6 7/22: 7/29 Refinished in yourihomGuaranteed
4751397. llpdH John Adams lull d. .. Call 7/22 tfnchg diploma two years experience p.m. 2tpd PERSONAL ,
Keystone Unit.dM.thod.t Fr,. "
7/22 473-2216 MOBILE HOME 2 bedroomson
WORK in
WANTED ,
Secretarydesires carpentry.social
Office. 473-3829 Griffis Loop. 1st last SERVICES 'estimates.: Also bath tub I

!...J .-. .-.__._-- -- mornings.. 7/22 tfnchg. work in Keystone.Meirose service or relatedarea. plus deposit. No pets. sinks, and shower li .
-
A.A. be used for
HOMES FULL TIME sales clerk need area. Eight years can
964-8816.' ) 7/22 cleaned.
FOR SALE BEAR TAVERN. well established n.xt to public boot ed. Dampier's Pharmacy, experience, General I yr. experience.Bob Send 2 BR HOME available llpd Aug. BIll'S SAW SHOP: Completesharpening 9648903. Ultra-GJpie.3 11 tfn '* Cc
and technical
medical resume to Larimer
ramp on lake Geneva excellent business opportuni Keystone. Approximate 38 Sunshine 15. $200 per month first.last service, circular CHILD CARE: Newtornpreschool.
ty. 12% ossumable mortgog. More details available., hour week Experience transcription payroll Director Acres: hand carbide,
Small
plus$50 deposit.
KEYSTONE OAK DRIVE helpful. Phone for appointment word processing. Excellent P.O. Box 509 Starke. Fla. chain mower blade hollow lunch, snack
Hou. Lake Johnson.
I-i Beautiful brick 3 BR, 2 bath BROOKLYN BAY. 2 BR. 2 both C" hqnydetached 4732115. llpd 7.2 typnt. Hard working. versatile or fill, out application atSunshine $175. First on and last month ground and balanced.Leave shady fenced play yo
lost learner. For Acres West 16. Phone 9645610. 630: t '
home on 1/2 ocr. lot. 11 9<"fl. yki yjUA JUAM Hpitot.. lot with resume, please write to Starke, 7/8 2tchg 7/15 plus $50 deposit. Call at Jackson Building chg :f ,

:-i 1/2% ossumable mor '07of C S SKZfcCr ..oym.nt with FOR RENT Debbie, Perrin.. P.O. Box 473-2578.71221tchg Supply in Starke, Kaytsone PIANOS TUNED

tgage. 48000. Call owner llmMlng. |5,000. Just listed I 114. Florahome. Fl. 32635. STORE FOR RENT 5 mi. N. of Heights or lake Butler' anRepaired.
H Travor, C.ntury 21. OFFICE SPACEfacing Itchg 7122 FOR REN'rMIMOSA Keystone on SR21. $150 TFNchg Estimates 964-490.; Fr

4734903.722 Itchg LONG LAKE. 2.5 acre lake lot $10.000 with terms. Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto per month. 4732578. 7/22 ALCOHOLICS on r.poV. 7
MOVING, and/or odd jobs. 4tchg 7 22 3
Two 9 acre tract 918.000 each. Andrews Drugs. Call MANOR MOBILE Itchg ANONYMOUS Phone
4733411. 4/1 tfnchg Call: Neal Robinson, TWO BR mobile home 12 x 964-5148 964-7619. NEED CASH QUICK 73 Wh
or
Steve BroadwayTREE READY TO OCCUPY. 3 BR. 1 bath. CB home on org. lot STORE BUILDINGI000sqft. 475-2401.' Itchg 7/22/82 and HOME spaces PARK mobile for homes rent. 70. A/C. $195 mo. Off For. TFchg do you have*. \VA bmost ,

in front of Keystone Post syth Rd., phone 964.8"07.' everything ofjj&alu
near (own, family room CH/A pav.d street. 38000. Recreational vehicles SEWING MACHINES
.
Office YARD SALE 7/22 7/29 964-8961 alter 5
SERVICE on Commercial Circle welcome Phone 468-2912. 2tchg REPAIRED All makes p i7

3 BR 2 FULL BATH mobile home on 2 acres CH/A. up to 3.000 sq.fl. TFchg 511 ST. CLAIR ST., small cleaned oiled and ad. 4tch9722 >'

1 Removal $27OOO with own.r financing. suitable for auto repair SATURDAY July 24. 9 5 HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping house. Adults only. No justed. $IS. Workguaranteed. NEED EXTRA MONEY jj Inte

etc. Call 473.2149 or evenings p.m.. Gatllne Rd.. East off room TV and air. pels. 964-7707. 7/22 Itpd views or. being taKen I, '.
Trimming 4732014. Slchg 7/1-29 SR-21 North 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED James Avon
3 ACRES ON Whit. Sondt lake. paved rood. ownerterms Underwood Motel 3 miles Strickland corner Morgan Representatives. C<
MOBILE HOME LOTAll Household/Baby items upstairs apt. Stove, Ramona .
or will trod. for income North of Starke on Hwy. Crapse, 782 3O6 .
Free Estimate property. 34000. hook. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg .
Shed .
$75
up. month. clothes furniture bicycle 301. 10/9 tfn refrigerator carpet. $165 7 22 4lpd8 14 :
475-1790 2tpd 7/15-7/22 month with $100 deposit. CHAIN LINK FENCEs Install
ski. 7/22
473-4732 2.77 ACRES Of untouched Florida hammock In Cloy Mod 3 BR, I BA LIVING ROOM 404 N, Cherry St. ed. Free..lImat... HandyMan UNITED COMMUNICATION .

: County on pov.d county rood. $9,500 with owner dining room 8 kitchen 964.89"4.7/22' Itchg Fence Co., owner ELECTRONICS 110 ;J. Cc '
financing. This owner i. make UNION COUNTY central heat and air. In St.. CBs stereo 'Ajarin
After 5 P.M. ready to a deal. 1 BEDROOM apartment Tommy Reddish. 964 8559.
Hampton. Phone 4681779.' VHF,
FM. commircio
Lake Butler to
Shaw's Addition. Convenient partly furnished. 964-8429 tfnpd 912TYI'IWIITIR
'
Keystone Heights HWY :21: ZONED MBB". 2 ocr... 133' frontage. reduced RMC, UCI and FSP. Two blocks to schools. 3 ((1st months) tfn rent in ad.vonc.)57 after S. REPAIR: Call business, a :ci.u''

for quick sale to $8,000. bedrooms, 1-1/2 bath CB home. 1344 sq. ft. Under LAKEFRONT 2 BEDROOM mobile home the Office Shop. 110 W. Custom instalia-fron
RENTAL 2
) BR, 1
FmllA mortgage; qualified buyers might apply BA on Crosby Lak. Partially convenient to shopping Call St., Stark. for details. 964-8903. 7 8 4pd T1":29
-tii--i 3 III. 1 lATH CB house on Hwy 21 zoned "SB". CH/A. for reassignment. Only $29,000.AIJtCIIUA furnished One center No Children, no 964-5764. tfn BABYSITTING In my:,? orr
1..fI. ......,. yrs.
all
assumable 9 ages, day
% 964.810.7/22
or
pets. C.
mortgage, excellent location lor COUNTY lease. $225 mo. Weigel Itchg GLASS CUT TO ORDER night
1 SEll VICES business or offices. 50000. High Spring's Foster S/D. NW 4th St. and 4th Realty Inc..per 2825201. 1/28 3 BR. 2'/ BATHs, large Doors windows, etc. 964.4226.7,8 4tchg J6 29

[ Avenue. Quaint 2 bedrooms 1 bath CB home. 1100 tfn master BR, den with JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY CORRESPONDENCE IS."...

NO MONEY DOWN 3 BR, 2 both with over 1 acre. Sq. ft, Lovely wo-ded lot. Family room. utility i KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS fireplace, separate dining 9646078. Orders also .d for this 29 y,. j a

/ t 45500. room, storage blu ;. and carport. Small FHA for rent at low room and living room. taken In lake BUtler, whit. mote Those i iterested

., ; .. 4TS-1 assumable mortgage ($5,600)), Seller will consider weekly rates. Call Temple large kitchen with bar enddishwasher 496-3079 and Keystone should wrie{ t

.- UI-aU ONLY $500 DOWN 3 BR. 1 both home. lot 100X165. I 2nd mortgage ($10,000)) at 10 percent. Nice, Motel. 964.7357.2/18 EOW hugh shadedlot Height 4734973. 2/26 tfn Dennis Smith. P.Q; I I
with of
: 29500. quiet residential neighborhood. $28,000. PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished tr.... $350 plenty plus deposit pecan by BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 747 ltpdI Starke. Fl. 3209{; 7,
efficiencies and 1
KEYSTONE appointment 782-3741." SERVICE Bradford County
HEIGHTS CARDENAS REALTY
If BR opts., weekly or mon
: Repairs ..)erEI..hi. thly. NEW FURNISHED 5/27 tIn residential pump-outs. i I lOCKMITH.BUl I I |LA

: AppIIus.. REALTY Inc. Realtors) STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple RENT TO OWN A New $50. We also re-lay drain ALARMS 24 H... Se>vicJ

sinus .r.Men I Realtor, SR-21 Box 606. Ave.. Star.... 3/11 tfp 9/02 choice.Baldwin Porramore Piano of Music.your 5/28 lines.tfnchg Phone 964-8121. 964-S849. 1S20 :jSoutl

( clay Ceestiss Keystone Heights. Fla. 32656 CHAN MOBILE HOMES for 904-732-6776 Ocala. NEED MONEY ladies who Walnut. 5/13 St.tfn. at the 6utfilers. <

....... .- I II 1-904-473-4961 473-2232 or 475-2850. .111 hours rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Close ((1)) 2 BEDROOM house. $129. can work 12 hrs. p.r week i SPECIAL CB radio tune_
Need work. 534 Cherry St., $60 M
to prison. Call 4681323. per week. Phone $10.95. 110 6. Call St
4/1 tfn 964-7521. 7/22 3tchg 8/7 964.6932.7122 tod Starke.
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USED ALUMINUM PLATES 100 AMP POWER BOX. ft TIRES 2 axles + 4
Color TV'sAnt.nn&s 74>136", 25 cents each. Us.ed Never been used. $50. 1979 CHEVROLET Half ton tires We pick-up. $100; 'or LPN: TIMED OF
I in printing newspaper. 964.7673 after 6 p.m. 7/22 pick-up. Auto. transmission. LARGE SPANISH SYTLE 4 You deliver, $125. Olin HOSPITAL SCHEDULES :io1r
Spec. In receivingChannel' Great for minor repair Itpd Top condition. Call BR, 2 BA fully carpeted Mobile Home Soles, Hwy. Schedule your own hours. !
30 & 47 jobs Bradford County 7 1/2 KW POWER Unit Army 5332066. after 6 PM. 5/20 home. CH/A, court yard, 100 W Stork. 9645606. Health Eluviations for Life
78235779omlpm Telegraph. 9646305. tfn. Surplus. $375. 3 20.000 LB tfn patios. On 5 acres of land. TFchg Insurance applicants. Ideal
CARPET. NEW A USED: Furniture winches from $275.$423. 1 71 4 DOOR Plymouth 75000. Call 964-6433. WILL PAY 10 CENTS EACH part-time lob for Starke :
)}', IfnI' & appliance brand new 3 Inch pump 8 Volore, 1 .1 class 5/27 If n. for 1 gal. plastic plant containers nurse not working full- '
Plumb. fixtures and pipes. horse Briggs pump 8 hose mechanical condition. 71 FOUR BEDROOM 2 baths, and 20 cents for 3 time. Call 904-396-5880. .
.rFOR SALE BARGAIN CENTER. US.301 cost $1,150. Will sell $675. Datsun pickup, large 17 ft. den workshop gardenarea. gal. site 782-3973. 7/8 7/IS 21chg 7/22
So., 9646679. 2/5 tfn 2 Inch pump A hose new truck camper completely Lots of pecan trees 4tchg 729ROOMMATE WEEKEND COUNSELOR Car.
't DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN $250. 12 Volt gas driver self-contained for ton or Cool shady, quiet NEEDED to Ing person to work
FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF HOUSE 301 South. battery charger, :3 hr. 1/2 ton truck. 9647184. 46000. Phone 9645610. share 1/2 of three weekends at group home
,.COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. 9646740. We buy ond sell Briggs $125. Hunting Vehicle 7/8 tin 6/10 tf chg. bedroom house In nice for retarded women Fri. :
Flbered Snow White used furniture and op. 4x4 Scout Big Tires & 1979 TRANS AM: 6.6, fully 8.3/4% MORTGAGE: 3 BR neighborhood, $150. Call day afternoon, Sun., 26 )
,Mobile Home Roof Coating pliances. 8/13 IfnRECONDITIONED tow bar $850. Trailer 14 ft. loaded block on black 964-7669 alter 5 p.m. 7/8 hrs.. S3.35. 964-8747 7/15
$34.95 per 5 gal. Storke TVS Colors Flat bed dual wheel heavy T-top $700 and ossum.poym.nts brick home near Starke tfn 2tchg 722SECRETARVl home,
,"' : Paint Center 9648181. starting at 10000. duty, tires $750. Trash. ; call 964-8896; Country Clult: Must have SEAMSTRESS: Want alterations For County ....
4/15 tIn'EL.CTlIC Trade-in's welcome. Phon. trailer 6 ft. x 7 ft. 2 wheel 431-1373.; 431-1860.. 7/15 $10,000 down. Call dress making all Home Economics Agent.
B-S-QUE grills 964-8212.6/11 tIn $375. Trailer, 12to farm 3tchg 7/29 431.1044 or 9646542 7/8 type sewing. experienced. Half-time. 20 hours per a !
new. On stand $40; table FIREWOOD: White oak and trailer rubber tires $300. JEEPS. CARS TRUCKS under 3tchg 7/22 Starke, 964.4068. 7/15 week Good pay and
.models $25. Call 964.5251 pin., $5 per truckload; 7/22 2tpd 7/29 $100 available, at local 15 ACRES Partial wood 2tchg 722BABYSITTING benefits. Apply Florida r
after 5 p.m. 4/22 tin Oak 4x4'.. $30 half cord. AKC 3 MONTH Beagles. gov't sales In your area. fence, home 1950 sq. ft.. : Will keep State Employment Service bldg.,
.2. POLLED HCRFORD Call. Sunshine Acres Shots & wormed. 32.000 Call (refundable) many extras oisum 8 1/2. your child. In my am., any at Old Courthouse inStark. .
> breeding: bulls, approx, 964 7699, or cOIn. out between BTU A/C, 7823745. 7/22 1.714.569-0241 ext. 5121 Total $98,500 Reg. Down age Man.Frl. $25 week .. Applications accepted -
G1200 to 1400 Ibs. 4 years 9:30: am. and 2:30: Itchg for directory on how to 25000. Owner will hold and references 964255. until July 23, 1982. .
'
old. 964-5088 9648762. p.m. and we II load for purchase. 24 h... 7/15 3tpd 2nd. 964-8763 7/22 2tpd 7/15 2tchg 7/22 Equal Opportunity .
6/10 TFN you. 1/28 tfn 7/29 7/29 YARD WORK WANTED: Employer. 7/15 2tchg 7/22
....HORSE STOCK TRAILER: New LAKE CROSBY: Canal lot 100x YARD SALE 66 FORD 3 QUARTER ton Mowing. hedge trimming. $60 PER HUNDRED paid for .
point. In good condition. 125, $6,500. 16499624. good condition. Rebuilt raking. Call 964-5963 for working with mail I from
1400. 964-8503 after 4. 7/1 4tpd 7/22 motor. $650. Call 473-4432. Motorcycle free est. 7/22 Itpd Homel Experience un
'
o' HOUSE Of BARGAINS SeeIng
-
6/3 TENHOBARTH COQUINA SHELL for WORK WANTED Clerktypist Information
7/22 Itchg necessary
,Is 212 CallSt.
300 AMP w.lding driveways. Also, Cypress Believing 77 PINTO automatic 1974 550 FOUR HONDA seeks part-time send selfaddressedstamped _
machine. 200 6 cylmcder chips Lim.rock, Pgravel.Drainfeld '. .. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Ya'lI transmission, power steerIng Motorcycle. Runs good. employment 9646902. envelope: J.S. near .
Ford engine completetrailor rock, concrete come see us at our A brakes. 43.000 Asking $600 will 7/22 Itchg Associates. P.O. Box 726.
location. 3/Urtn
100 ft. leads 2.0 grovel. building sands & new original miles. 1500. negotiate. Call 473.7156 NEED NEW OR USED Elizabeth. N.J. 07207. 7/22 perty,
LOOK. JULY ONLY. 10% off
copper excellent condition. A-1 topsail large or small 964-5985.7/22 Itchg after 6 p.m. and anytime manifold for M.F. T035 5tchg 8/21 Neat I e
$1,800. 9647108. loads delivered. Phone on everything In store except 1966 FORD 4 wheel drive weekends. 4/B tfn Tractor. Call 964-7423, 2 EXPERIENCED hairdretsers lawn

.r7/15: tin4WHITE 782-3172. Allen E. Taylor Sale consignment Includes items.hats, pick-up. Excellent rubber 1971 SUZUKI 100: 2300 Ronnie. 7/22 Itchg with following. Part or full- -Q3I 5
: spoked 8 in. rims Lowtey. 7/1 tfnchg AM-FM radio CB miles. $495. Call 473-2214. time. Apply Looking Gloss Hug.
:=- will fit 3 quarter ton Ford. S-V GALV. ROOFING novelties glassware and clothes lots toys. beautiful point. 1600. 5/20 tIn MOBILEHOMES Styling Center Stark.
Brand new $60. Also, 4 63.90; 74.70; B'-$5.28; also have 8 more.We track 9645044.722 Itchg 1910 SUZUKI GS450L price Plaza. 7/22 Itchg many
tires & rims, 10 ply 9'-S.97; 10'$6.66; and new discount 1973 FORD pickup truck bar sissy bar 1 helmet, KIDS 10-15 YEARS: earn $5 )
cassettes at
generals on 15'I, In. 8 bolt ir-$7.35; 12'-$8.04 We prices. Come see and F-100. Excellent condition.Call new rear tire, new battery, FOR SALE to $10 week by delivering $ 1
manufacture. Jack.onviIl..
rims 10it 3 ton excellent condition 7,700 in
quarter save. This & That Shop.corn.r 9647650. 7/22 Itchg shopping guide your
Call
Ford, $100.. 964.7108. 7/15 toll free 77 V.W. DASHER 5 door miles. $1250. 9646805. neighborhood on Wednesday .
301 A 16.
tIn 18003422702. 7/15 3tchg Openeveryday S/W. Auto., need $2.875 7/15 3tchg 7/29 12 x 70 KINGWOOD Mobile afternoons No collecting homes .
SWEET POTATO 7/29 except Thursday. Home. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
DRAWS. bond
No
or cash on pick-up. Call required
11 1 a m. till ? Open Thurs cing
vines, 964-7065 or 19 2/10 qt. ft. Sears day. July 8. 7/8 4tchg 7/29 5235.7/22 Itpd good condition. 4800. necessary. Call Mr. Hig.
7823292.7/22 Itchg whit.with Ice LOSTFOUNDFOUND 485.1132.7/22 Itpd collect
refrigerator 4 FAMILY YARD SALE. Toys, JEEPS Gov.rnm.ntSurplus. gins at Shopping
50 BRED ANGUS COWS. 25 maker and water $250. clothes mite. Homes on Listed for $3.196 12 M 65 MOBILE HOME with. Guide (9043725468.) $ .
Angus weanling heifers, 3 Hot Point electric stove, 301 Sat. A Sun. 9 to 5:30. Sold for $44. For Info : St. Bernard Puppy 1 12 x 25 front room addition Parents consent if .t
,,'
.angus bulls, 30 Steers. Weight easy way electric THRU SUNDAY, 92. 7/22 4tpd 8/12 Winn Dixie parking lot. 2 1/2 acres off 301 N. of Classified Ads .
p James Hagar 485-1834. sofa both $30. 9645044. Power tools, crib 1976 FORD Pinto Station Call Scott or Pam at Starke. 9645449. 7/22 .
lito
.7/22 2tchg 7/29 7/22 Itchg children A Infants Wagon 4 cyl., AT. AC PS 468-1230 to identify. 7/15 4tchg 814BEAUTIFUL Get Results Ac.
.2- GIRLS. 1 boys bike rearview POOL TABLE. Slate top clothing. etc. Olins Trailer $1,250 cash Phone 2tchg 7/22 SINGLE WIDE 12x Silver UK)
mirrors. $15. 386 W. $250. 73 Stationwagon, Park Morgan Rd. 7/22 473-4508.7/22 Itpd LOST Reddish/Lemon S 64, 2 bedroom wall to SOS!
Weldon' Starke. 7/22 Itpd $800._King_size.!headboard, Itchg 81 MUSTANG payoff $5,900.No White Walker Gip. Lost wall carpet furnished. 1uld viI. Lot I hi
ll's
$13. 964-W. 7/22 Itpd BIG GARAGE SALE 5 mi. N. equitey. 12752170. near 230 & Grilfis Loop. Central air/heat clean
REG. IIMOSINE BULLS, of 7/22 I tchg Reward 964.6539. 7 MS els
Keystone on SR-21. Fri. with or without 1/2 acre
MOBILE HOME Cows, A Calves and all Sot-Sun. Used furniture. 1974 3 DOOR AMC spor- ItchgMISCELLANEOUS lot. Call 964-4080. 7/22 !/a hl/ Lake. as
ages. Top blood lines. Also clothing. carpet, odds A tobout Rambler Wagon. nd.Fram.
ttpd
"SERVICE" POLES reg red brahmans. J.L. ends, 22 automatic rifle Good running condition.PS. Realtor' cut
;iottfVAi.iv Gladwoll, Starke like, new. 7/22 tchg PB $425 or best offer BUSINESS Ac. mg.sOwn. .
9648613. 7/22 2tchg 7/29 964-5052. No Collect Calls. Old Lawtey P.O. ge(
4160.0ftaor'finf NCR Electric Cash Register 7/22 Itpd. OPPORTUNITIESA $12,000.DW M.II. onl sq. ft. ASt
for sale. $200 Call LANDFOR ac. $26,500 6 ac.
197 DODGE DATE Specialedition BAKER L.P. GAS. INC. Family 7.99 re.

J&50.0&! r 964.5648.HEIFERS FOR. ,.SALE: ,Angus SALE auto trans. owned It operated. We GROWING New'York based $10,500 all. Owner fin. on p.ach.. ed

r\d. 8ftimnp. .. dependable transporta- strive. to give bettor prices company is looking to .Lot. : he
a .._ .
.trgaj. -weea --t s V I" 1onrSr.2OO. 9645240bftert '& '..""lc..PI''w.* solicit expand this area. Ware COMMERCIAL .
964-5808,7/22,2tchg 7/29 5 ACRES Two miles SW of wh'o their RESIDENTIAL
customers own
w/153
5.7/2'lltpd looking for
for freeier persons 'ry
OKRA your Raiford, on C793. Paved
ACREAGE
tanks We sell rent tanks .
964 6528. 7/22 who would like to hove a I I'd
Itchg rood frontage, $1,600 per Classified Ads S furnish cylinders. Hours business of their awn ; 9D4 I 782.3931 )XX)
acre, Jacksonville 8 45 to 6:30.: Sat 8:45: to 3. which can provide 0' .
-
ew
7815171. 5/20 tIn Get Results 9O4 I 782-3896 HOME
__ Phone 782.3349 or substantial income. Part- )HTi
:. ., 1 1.259.6810.7'1 4tpd 7/22 time or full-time, work. For P.O. Drawer "M" '5 i Lain
-
;' DOBBS & <>acJ.r,;>OI'X >M P. I FREE: Persian Kittens and more information call 301 S. Lawtey 4.71
NEEDMONEY mother cat; to good 964.5052 after 10 a.m. No .40
SONS PIANOS TUNED VA BUY OR SALE I homes. Call 9646644. 7/22 collect calls accepted. 7/22 'tt.
J
.1? PUMPING ? v REPAIRED H Stanley Horn Pro- Itpd .Itnd.. I ckkp

; SERVICESeptic Use Your Home Free Estimates 964.4907 On I ducts. Call: Karen 17A'nf LIMITED TIME ONLY -

tank & grease trap Equity. We make V Repolr. I Griffith 964-6932 IKE'S SAW 3 BP BPIGK ENEEI ? >2 BATH GH/A heCAkOLTUTILITY '

'Cl*an-euts. All work & MOWER ifoOMrGAPPETING
op- SHOP ; !
, 1st & 2nd Mtgs. )QICKGtC.<:XiC<.. >f F -
J predated... ..... -- --- -.. (Behind Powell's Diary I:j:4:(:.11 I ON YOUP LOT .1\1;
431.1202it Call us for a quote Freeze) ,

964-50 IkATTENTION I We Pickup, Butcher. Chill.Cut .Wrap" SALES SERVICE 29500.00 .ire crile
Chain Saws S
lawn MowersWANTED 964-6863 PHONE 964-6853 tic:

-IL iT'IF s- henn

LON HAMP HOMES ING

c HARDEE'S is-
MEAT MARKET
. : :t't

Sendus Job. Seekers From the Pen to the Pan Cash Available STAPKE FLA talir
!" "' ''''''';- '' We make it Easier for You '
'0 i.3ty'vl.").ycHtJike.' ,to set your own hours with practically, We Buy 1st & 2nd ..-. .-.. ... IIz& 13/4 AVAILABLE
no limit on earnings and have v .!oton'os desired? If s "" hebe
216 E. St. Mtgs. Call us for a Aft..costly frMtnwnt I&Id. HMI don G. IF QUALIFY
J\'J *J tr"".* why .n!9! conveniently work with us sor- Washington Open Monday Saturday WOltMll.v.Jl i Starke Florida 32091 -- ------------------------------ -------
Receive work-and 964-6725
I:ting/bundling mail. payments by quote. MAM2 MtOICINf' wot UMd wilh (twmnc uccntl
I V mail. fSforjv Immediately' Informdtloni; a selfirioddressedl ","0. HAPPY JACK OURACIOf<*p _XJm.. :311
.
nod wf.t ftativt by U S EPA ogatnt tlticht
. .stqrnped! \ envelope assures a prompt reply. I 964-5010 I mug* CUMOHII NO unxn. At farmtod lit
Mall Marketing Services, P.O.'Box'2S90.: Ocala I I dnxjitarMTorvquttf. Id
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:'f-lorlda 3J678. --- .4 I tlev,JnrIo..k.. frMtotofog> 16 !......wnttOw 1511 NC 2II'I8D SemI-TlVcll DtivIHeavy
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EARN EXTRA
MONEY I or Equipment
Os.sies 'IOft Lacally t3j
STARKE LAWTEY T<*. Fm
ENCORE HAVING I t (00 141 1414ORANGE
: TEIIIII
. Applications are now being taken far Times-Union PINE FOREST
I. r Morning Paper Route. Applicants must be able to post j
THE BIGGEST/ SIDEWALK
> a cash bond, hove reliable transportation and a APARTMENTS r

II! k telephone. 1-2 & 3 Bedroom
:f SALE EVER! Apts. & BLUE
Call ''''.5165 From '15O.' 10 '297.'
This Is an ideal suppl.m.nlollncome for a houswife, SIGNS
. Everything $1.00 reitrement couple, teacher etc. Emory Nolan .r
?: 1it
EXCELLENT PROFITS : : 1530 W. Madison 964-5993 _ _ Ie
.' less Phone 964-6312 II- ... .. ii ?r
. or IIIUALHOUS Rt. 4, Box 1320 I vyii
r
, '. ounI', Starke. Fl. 32091 I TREE SERVICE I
There will be clothes; appliances, Drilling i

. ') In Encore Whitehead'sTree . . . .
mlsc. Items.
: Everything Griffis & Son'sOutdoor c.

. '.with a purple tag will be half price. Service 2" thru 6" Ig

;' ;' Come and the big savings HAIR FORRENT I Fast Rotary
now get Marine SHAPING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY LICENSED INSURED
Drilling
Equip.
.. 3on kids school clothes. We are now Women M.n Children FREE ESTIMATES I '5

located at 108 E. Call, ,St., right Stumpknocker & Mercury Outboards Permanent Waving Hair Coloring I .((904)) 7S2.4354 .State. .licensed. . n

beside Williams Jewelry. Hwy 301 N. 964-7662 Frosting 3 shop spaces. 1200 Collect Pump. r
Lake n
, .' SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNTHairstyles sq. ft. ea. Ideal for City. Florida . .. . . . g

:: Special of the Week By JoJO contractor light New & Used

. mfg., repair shop or
,:,Lott's of Beauty STANSELL OWNER storage. I VACUUMSALE : SalesePartseService E.Z TermsPlumbing II n

';:. RD-325 HAMPTON I N.W. 59th Ave. off Bayless Rd. CALL I . . . . .

'1. ...68.2619tRe.Opening I Starke. Florida 964-5772 1-904-772-7980 I NEW & USEDWe ,.

!- Finance Our Own . . . . aNew
:; in Hampton Kilt 13 VS Installation fi


Welcome. All My .-..- Shop & Compare!! I ROYALSKUHKKAS I I .Remodeling. . . .Repairs. . g 1 1S

"('' Friends It ft. Loran w/175 Mercury Cater Trailer O ee'Aloe VeraA SM-li.ll| 1 IllMir.llUT DrI I HOOVERS( Durrance i

14 ft. $6400 "alue Now (14*$ Total Unique Aloe Vera Juice Nlolnlo, |Ilolllt' 1'..rl.i I -EUcrHO.lTXJLTEIt . . ... . I.
Terry lass w/3J HP mater Cater Trailer QUEENS:; ;
r Customers: I1MS value Now $19t Thousands taking for arthritis rheumatism, "All I I\X-S| fir| I h..llw.tltll'r'l SEARS PUMP & "

: 12 ft. John Boat w/4 HP motor Mlnlkota Trolling motor ulcers indigestion, low energy overweight, skIn politics for COllMEHCIAI.We SUPPLY
SPECIAL Now $S'S mobile IIIHIICS. I
repair all makes COMPANY
Guaranteed
11 It. to be
Stumpnocker w/75 Mercury S Dilly Trailer(flew) the purest. Call for . . . . .
$2069 volvo New tUM strongest best tasting Quote ,Al Young's!
$5 ,OFF Aloe Vera JuiceIn Olln's Mobile 864 N.Temple .
I '
tne country.Can Since 1957
i'ij4
: [,jf' Home Sale AVteStarke

ALL PERMS OUTBOARDS I WAtOO FLEA be seen MARKET at Elaine M. Olin. Agent 964-6918 !.Fl. .
3 MItes Mull. .!
Saturday Sunday D Building 964-5606
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I 1,1: Bradford residents get; their chance to participate in cancer study ; I


':I '-" will break how these changes affect our health." ticipants falls to a dedicated of
from all racial, ethnic and The link between cigarette smokingand The new study new army
By Mark Frleldln women economic lung cancer and heart diseasewas grounds in areas of investigation."CPS Study participants will complete a more than 80,000 American Cancer
> BCT Staff information groups. provided by just one important outcome of the II will be even more comprehensive confidential questionnaire about their Society Volunteers.
:: Bei uming July 19,citizens in Bradford "With In Florida and all study, and helped Initiate public and more inclusive than working, living and eating habits. The four group chairmen in Bradford -
C&inty will have a chance to participate study the participants country, we hope to identify understanding in the campaign! CPS I and will respond directly to the Covered in the four page question- County, Lilian Stump, Evelyn
in medical research. Local over that Increase a person's against smoking.The frustrations and public anxieties naire are such topics of concern as Griffin, Joyce Riherd and Marice J.
those factors
tl volunteers of the American Cancer chance of getting cancer, those that study also revealed the rela- about the modern environment: whatis low-tar, low-nicotine cigarettes, birth White will recruit researchers who in
Society will be encouraging their little or no risk, and those that tionship of obesity to certain cancers, carcinogenic and what is safe," control pills, coffee, hair dyes and turn will enlist the cooporation of 10
,,_I friends and relatives to take part in a actually carry help in preventing cancer," the profile of women at high risk to Stunp said. "Changes have taken saccharin. Also to be analyzed are air families each.
; Study called Cancer Prevention said Lillian Stump, President of the cervical cancer,and the role of exercise place in the things we eat, the products and water pollution and low level For further information on possibly
\' 1 i II. Bradford Cancer Society. "We'll then in preventing heart attacks and we use and the way we live in radiation.The becoming a researcher, contact Mrs;
'" The major study will research be the endeavor society's second to- be able to develop programs to help strokes. general. We're anxious to find out task of enrolling the study par Stump at 964-5423 or 964-7803.

: learn how lifestyles and environmental people follow lifestyles that minimizethe "
factors influence cancer and other chances of getting cancer.

V diseases.One of the largest studies of its kind The first cancer prevention study
to carried out in the United conducted from 1959-72, identified FROMTGY
i ever EVERYTHING IN. .
related to the develop-
States, the study will involve more many factors
than one million American men and ment of cancer and other diseases.
t :

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I ; Big Tisdale reunion set August 1

Ad Effective thru
tracks (up to Strawberry Acres) has
and
The descendants of Pete Molly
been known Peetsville. The man 25 1982
as July
,
Tisdale will gather for the first time
for whom this area is named was
in festive reunion on July 31 and
a No Rain Checks
Peter Tisdale. Mr. Tisdale credited
1
Aug. with being the first(black or white) to
A will be held on
family banquet Quantities Limited
settle in the No is why
area. one sure
Saturday evening Jacksonville,July 31, at the Holiday the spelling Peetsville took hold ver EQUIPMENT
I' Inn, Airport; on
Sunday morning, the family will congregate sus Petesville.
at St. Johns Missionary Bap-
;:ii' I hst Church In Peetsville.The public is Pete and his wife Molly reared 15 Shimano Bantam GOO ,
children. Of that 15 only one still survives Baitcasting
: invited to join in the 11 a.m. services.
I Mrs. Julia Tisdale Whitley, s Gear Ratio
h For as long as anyone can 4.8:1 Designed for Professionals]
:. 1 remember the land area South of who is over 80 years old. It is said that
Reel
I Lawtey city limits and east of the RR Pete lived to be 107. $

: New Graphite Bearings 4 699New
: : School Is Honored Whispa Disc Cast Control Reg. $83.99

:i J For Help With :

; State Animal 4 /l :
,
: ( Even the smallest voices can be Bantam 1OSG
:1: ) heard, so some Jacksonville schoolchildren 3 999 Shimano

:. ., now believe. Fishwier Sale Gear Ratio 4.7:1 Max-Flite Bushings
Elementary, the school that was
t recently instrumental in getting the '$4.r-- 1/4/ turn pick-up. palming profile
: panther named the state animal, was '-"
I' honored June 2. Reg. $75.99
t $
9
it A limited edition print of a panther arom.oee2 3 49
,:J by artist Lee Cable was presented to $57.99Jakes
: the students of Fishwier Elementary Reg.
: School in Jacksonville during !
f ceremonies attended by State II I
_* Representative Tom Bankhead and
Senator Joe Carlucci. J
1 t The print was donated by the What about carpet for the Cast NetsTournament
'. Naples Federal Savings and Loan and playroom? It makes good
l ; will hang in the school library which 5 Ft. Monofilament I Shimano
and
The kids
; sense. can play
is to be built next year. Reg. 39.99
The legislators were sponsors of the tumble on the soft carpeting
,; i bill which named the panther the without fear of serious in- 29" Bantam 100SGStainless
state animal during the 1982 session. This that WORMS Sale Steel Ball Bearing
juries. means you
It was Miss Grace Cripe's third
}, grade class which read in their Weekly / have more time to complete 6" worm 25 to Bag 1/4/ turn pickup Palming Profile
.J Reader last year about a Michigan household chores while the Chameleon Grape (ONLY) Cast Nets Hi-Rev Spool
I school that named their state animal. Re Reg. 71.99
kids entertain themselves.We g.8 Ft. Monofilament
When it was noticed that Florida had
everything from a state tree to a state do not mean to imply $199 Reg. $49.99 $ 3 9 9 9
song -but no state animal- the thiid that children do not bear Sale
"
graders wrote their legislators and $ 34 ,
campaigned vigorously for the watching, but simply wantedto Sale
Florida panther. point up the safety of car- t ,
With the support of Representative pets on the floor to cushion
< Bankhead and Senator Carlucci, and
a growing campaign amongst school falls.
children throughout the state, the The cushioning effect is ALLRapala t
panther won over the manatee and one of the many pluses that Fenwick
the alligator which was suggested as Rippler
has to offer. Why
carpeting
appropriate animals for the designation. BETTSBee
not see for yourself? Come
=; "I didn't think it would go as far as into our modern showroomand Worms RODS Pop Size 2
w it did," said Fishweir principal Jane Reg.
the latest patterns in *304 (ONLY)
H Smith. "I'm glad it did because it was see LURES A sat. Colors '49.99SALE
3 a good lesson for the children in Reg. $3.99 Reg. $1.29
3 citizenship and how to participate in carpet.Teal Tile

2 4 government Tom Logan" chief of wildlife & $1 00 $269 $2999 49COff =
:3: research for the Florida Game and Carpet Sale
H Fresh Water Fish Commission, said
131 N. St.
:2;! "unfortunately there may be as few Cherry
H as 20 panthers left in Florida. Starke, Florida

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i Graf-Stik BC 1015 S'6" ActionTVIed. ;
: :' Fish I Light Ceramic Eyes Reg. $31.99 :

., 12 Volt 10' of cord \ udel 410C

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