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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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July 9, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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,. Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

....., 102nd Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
50th Issue Thursday.July.9.1981 USPS 062-700

7 Resignations Result

,I'''":".,. 4 4.....,,# Of 3 County Overrides

TJ : 40'' Ut'i In Zoning Controversy I I


;i- Seven resignations from the Bradford porter of the proposed concrete plant.
County Zoning Board and the 'NufSaid! who declared, "This matter this been!
County Board of AdJustment resulted blown up by a few people making a

4 from Monday night s third 4-1 rejection Of all the letters of resignation mountain out of a molehill." He
by the Commission of predicted that in six months "after
", County received by the County Commission
the plant is in won'teven
ill recommendations by the two appointed from resigning members of 'iou
know it's back there.
bodies to deny a special exception the County Zoning Board Fred
for construction of a batch Mueller's was the briefest and

h concrete plant on U.S. 391( South. most eloquent of all. It said: Hodges Cites Controls
"I tfUIT.
Tendering their resignations from Commissioner E.W. who
------- Hodges,
4 the seven-member Zoning Board zoning, future growth of Bradford has been the only member of the
were Chairman Don Rardon, John County will be severely impaired." board to vote against the special exception -
Wayne Hersey,Arthur Schulz, Robert In his letter of resignation, hand- on three occasions, said that
.Scott and Fred Mueller. Only two delivered to the County Clerk Tues- DER regulations would have to be

members remain on the board at pre- day, Hatcher said "It appears to the complied with In operation of the
.'sent. undersigned that the County Commissioners plant and that the board had writtenin
Resigning from the Board of Ad- controls that he believed would be
are not properly using this
justment were Acting Chairman Board and we are wasting our time adequate to cope with dust and other
.. Harry Hatcher, Jr. and E.L.. Matthews better for Bradford potential nuisance factors resulting
r 1f" ...' 4J ,M, i__ This board has a scheduled seeking" zoning from the plant.
K meeting for 8 pm.: Monday, July 13,

., Mad EnoughTo and must elect a. new'chairman at Questions Unanswered David Bennett, spokesman for

Bite Nails... that time. Monday night's low key hearingwas Deerwood Subdivision residents
in marked contrast to of the questioned how the Commission could
County Zoning Board Chairman.Don heated earlier which defend its action if the matter was
Rardon's Statement more hearings
Rardon expressed his taken to court and they had no factual
have made the rounds of the three
displeasure top photo to CommUsloner -,; In submitting his resignation, Rar foundation for their reversals. There
boards since last
Made Carter seated, over,' don said, "The apparent disregard of February.Most was no audible reply from the boardor
Commissioners remained
the board's 4-1 vote for a special ex-j Zoning Board recommendations by its attorney At previous meetings
silent during attempts of special exception -
ceptlon for a concrete plant onv- the County Commissioners on key Deerwood residents had threatened
US-301S. Carter made the motion for1. issues renders further zoning actionsby opponents to obtain reasons court action if the board continued its
the plant was most,,-oelln support the present board completely ineffective for the board's repeated reversals of pattern of overruling the Zoning
recommendations its two
of It. ,I. / :IB .- boards. Most appointed -' Board and the Board of Adjustment in
l' questions were
have zoning board iltne coin;' the matter of the
Why a special exception.
abide $ "I 'slncerelyt''Aope; that a more fielded by the Commission to its at-

, .mlMloner doesn't Intend/to ashi d.Tbe"ceevvmission J'jmeaningfuji}J\.understanding 'cart be e(-,, r .torney, Dudley Uaj-dy?"",hQ- said the .
he-f/nding4prdau -? ')' '' trFotfowing1 i die meeting'BennKf: to'IThe ; t
i. with the ectAd'befeen the County Ct mmi s- body had 'foll wed proc .djjpfeTaittrwas !
# A. board small goes along matters, then reverses zoning, yvsloner' .aiid' the future Chairperson of not question Telegraph he would be conferringwith

ImpprUril.. Rardon the' 'Zoning and, Planning Boards. ingMost. attorneys over the weekend to
y u It on something, the Without' ''v clear understanding of the i vocal of the Commissionerswas determine the proper course for court
cannot understand
\ commission's said adding be thinking. Und-plahning goals and'subsequent Maxie Carter Jr., a strong sup action against the Commission.

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, Chairman Nook Norman Intercedes .

eat approached right, after'as peacemaker.criticize Betty Bresee Carter's;: above also :1981 Property Tax Rates Going Up ;

n stand.
At left, Carter nfle4 the confrontation. :

"You. came by my .house< ,,;,asking- Higher Exemptions Less State Aid Cited

for my vole" Mrs. Bresee told Com- ,
missioner Homer Hart In bottom

photo. ;It's going to take higher propertytax with taxable values actually decreas- tax revenue in Lawtey as 3.059 mills
.. ing in some cases because of higher netted in 1980.Brooker .
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tax dollars in 1981 because of increased homestead exemptions. Those towns experienced a decrease in
homestead exemptions and will have to live on tax revenue or taxable property value down to

Bids Asked loss of state dollars. raise the millage rate to compensate.The $1,064,981 for 1981 from $1,135.265 in
Paving 'The 1981 Bradford County tax roll constant increase in property 1980 It will take 4.018 mills to bring in

was certified Friday, July 1, to the values has driven the total value of the same amount of tax dollars ds
state Department of Revenue at county property up $22 million to 3.385 mills did in 1980.
< $156,257,021 some $6 million higher $369,083,228 in 1981. But the$13 million Hampton had a small increase! in
Crawford RoadBids than the 1980 tax roll of 148617245. increase in homestead exemptions taxable values in 1981, up tol.ltK,41J1

The tax rate to raise the same amountof better than halves the real value In- from $1,217,661 in 19HO. It will still
. 'i,. crease.A take a higher millage rate, 3639
I to pave the Crawford Settle- ington who estimates that county money, therefore, should go down millage rate of 8,892 for 1981 is mills, to bring in the same amount of
ment Road (NW (97th\ Ave.) will be labor plus materials have so far cost But, a $13 million increase in recommended to bring in the same property taxes as 3.255 mills did in
opened at the June 20 mid-month ,over $200,000. Materials alone, including homestead exemptions plus a loss of amount of tax dollars as the 8.887 1980.

'1 night meeting of the county commission three bridges, have cost some state reimbursements for higher exemptions mills brought in this year. The property The certification of the county tax
: $100,000. The county labor would have' for senior citizens and the appraiser's office no longer roll to the Department of Revenue!

James B. Ward from had to be paid anyway total permanently disabled is makingIt recommends a millage rate to taxing launches a series of budget preparations
necessary to raise millage slightly under the state Truth in MillageBill.
bodies, but has to certify what
Lake City came Monday morning the bid to If the final step can be done for the to bring in the same amount of tax millage would bring in the same Taxing authorities must meet on
the courthouse, worked up $500,000, the county will have saved dollars. points out Lee Hardenbrook
the before
and submitted them to amount of tax dollars as the previous budget July 30, to compute
specifications, some 40 percent of the cost. That'swhat of the office of Property Appraiser year, call a rollback figure. Rollback tentative millage, set a tentative
commission at its regular
FRIDAV.JULY10 the county. Ellington is shooting for. Jimmy Alvarez. Is a misnomer, however, since the budget, set a first public hearingsome

aUARC will be taking SS.OO dan- meeting. Another effect of -the $25,000 millage rates are going up this year. time between August 29 and
"You and I won't owe a dime on
lions on a SIS discount ticket book The bid will call for finished homestead exemption on school Starke has a $2 million increase in Sept. 13.
good at Pliia Hut Stark Tickets grading, putting down limerock, and that road Ellington proudly millage and$20,000 on everything else taxable property in 1981, up to The property appraiser! must he
available at Fla. Bank 4-c Friday.,, putting down the asphalt. Ward Wednesday morning. in 1981, is that property owners in 12,149,151. It will take: 3 621 mills to notified by July 30 of (the proposed
...... higher owners In higher brackets will
estimates the cost at around $500,000for bring in the same amount of taxes as millage rates (fur everything except"
REVIVAL the 4.1 miles of the Crawford Clerk 1 Jib Brown, just returned pick up more of the tax load. 3.617 mills brought in 1980. the school board), or the rollback rale

t United Pentecostal Church Road, which runs between SR-16 near from vacation was kept busy Monday Many homes, the property appraiser's Lawtey experienced a decrease in the appraiser came up with will be the
morning the $500,000.At office doesn't know how
204 N.Water St. Heilbron Springs and the Old Lawtey "scraping up" taxable property value, down some millage.
f Bro. Terry Harmon Road. mid-morning Brown told the commissioners many,have been made tax.exempt by $90,000 to $2,635,352 for 1981 from Within 15 days! of the first public
7130 p.m.-July.10. )! 12 he has the $500,000 if the the higher exemptions. $2,725,989 in 1980. It will take 3.310 hearing a budget must be bea1verlis)
At the same time that paving Is! project doesn't go much more than Small towns, like Brooker, Hamp-- mills to bring in the same amount of and a second and final public hearing
-' SATURDAY.JULYlL. done, the commission intends to pave that. ton, and Lawtey, will be hit hardest held.

CAR WASH a larger parking area on the north Any sizable increase in millaQe by
Outreach Youth Protect side of the courthouse,and to pave the any taxing authority must t be advertised
", 10 a.m..1p.m." f gravel road behind the courthouse Deteriorating Roads Concern Commissionersthey and two public hearings liehi.
Hurst's Shell Station that is much<<: used by county vehicles. Under the TRIM( bill a tentative
$1.SO Donation The bid will include the courthouse budget has to be presented Id tile
f # .** : paving. Concerned about the deteriorating are not trying to cause Inconvenience voluntary cooperation from operatorsof school board, a tentative millage set.
YARD SALE condition of county roads caused by to local businessmen cutting heavy trucks.Commissioner. and the budget approved for advertising -
New, River Bpt. Church Youth Group I The county has done all the work on heavy trucks hauling timber and timber in the county, but simply want by July 15. A first public hearing
8 a.m. tllT-401 E. South St.BRADFORDCO.SCHOOL clearing the right of way and gradingthe limerock Bradford County commis- weight limits honored on county roads E.W. Hodges noted must be held by July 25.
road specifications engineers sioners and Sheriff Dolph Reddish whenever possible.For that CR-18 from CR-227 to SR-100 The $25,000 homestead exemptionon
of the state Department of Transpor- to first needs resurfacing. Limerock trucksare
agreed try personal contact.
Mpt4 AYlLJUtJ-- the second month straight, the school millage was already in effect
tation. Idea has been to save as muchas tearing it apart, said Felix last therefore the school
BOARD "Logging operators and limerock commissioners discussed the pro- Sullivan a visitor to the commission year
possible of the $250,000 mile
orlc''oP-1' 00 p.m;: cost Qif new paving, meaning per the companies will be asked to use major blem. This month they called Sheriff meeting. board benefits from the increase in
Reddish back to the to taxable property value. Taxable; property
T-- highways, US-301 and SR-loo.ln com. Dolph meeting
Crawford Road paving could costover
"They're wrecking 18 from for school millage is 147,700.6.1
IlAL1U.I.Y.tL ing through Bradford County the ask his help. At Commissioner MaxieCarter's
t million. The !last time the "
,BROOKER COUNCIL sheriff and county commissioners behest the commissionersand Brooker Road Foreman.Leon Ell for 1981, up from $15 million from
county paved a mile of it cost
ington confirmed. $133,959.879 in 1980. It will take 1 465
Meeting7:39 p.m.' agreed. Commissioners made it clear sheriff agreed to first try to get
.. .. .. $237,()o the Pleasant Glove' Church mills to raise the same amount of

HAMPTON COUNCIL Road. taxes as 4.804 nulls did in i'xto.

.' Tom Casey said Tuesday it
Meeting : p.m, '
.. ..... County road crews started! work Outside... <' Inside. will be July 25 before h<* knows the-
fulltime last October on the Crawford .. state local
BUARC MEETING Road, enjoying) dry weather to do the Weekend weather Friday through Sunday July 10-12, calls for chance However, Casey said he has got state
f 1 30 p.m. dirt hauling and moving. A huge dirt of afternoon and evening thundershowers with a 20 percent chance of rain Two Sections money figures and can plan a tentative
$unshhIAcres, mover was rented for the project,and with the highs In the 90's and lows in the low 70's,according to the Florida SECTION At budget for advertising A

Inmates from Lawtey Correctional, Division of Forestry Headquarters on SR-100 west of Starke. News... .. ,. ... .. Pages 1A-JA millage. The local required effort,
blgpN ESDAY_JULY 15 Institution helped. Moving electric Rainfall Thursday, July 2, amounted to a half inch at the New River' Correspondence... ... ... .... 3A Casey will he close to the
BRADFORD COUNTY ,lines and poles held up the project for Tower.Sunday;July$, rainfall was.7 at New River Tower. and,I at Santa Editorial.............. .Page 4A rollback says figure'or 4 465 mills recommended

COMMISSIONERSWorkitlop.7lJO awhile. but the road has been readyfor ,Fn. Tower. Society. .....'.PAteS s...A10A by the appraiser.
p.m some time to be limerocked and Only rainfall. recorded at the official U.S. Weather Station at WPXE Real Estate& Legal .Page lOA A school budget property workshop is set

paved. Studios on SR-100 at the south city limits in Starke amounted' to .24 Sunday Sports... . .... Pages 11-MA Monday July 13,' at 8 pm. Supt.

THURSDAY.JUI.YUBRADFORDUNION July) 5Highstows. SECTION 8.Obltu.rl.s. Casey will spend all day Monday in
"I never thought I'd live to see the In St rke 'recorded at WPXE Include: Thursday July 2, ...4.4... .._ Page 4B Tallahassee picking. more information
r Outdance. Clinic day the county could pave a road like 87/69; Friday; July 3, 93/70; Saturday. ,July 4, 91/68; Sunday July 5. Brl..P.g. 'BClassifieds. on the state dollars up the school

4 .p.m. this," says Road, Foreman Leon Ell 96/68; and Monday July 6, 861'70" ..,,...,..... Page ,..7B district (county) will receive in 1981.lo .


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH July t. INI t
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City Halts ConstructionOf

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Most Multi-Family Housing :' .'

Starke voters will have a chance to land use map to reclassify- !some area. Accepted- recommendations of the
vote a straw ballot on whether they "It might cut down on this zoning city bond trustees to: 1) replace the
want multi-family housing in the cityor stuff being thrown back and forth, No. 7 Fairbanks engine with the 1,000 j'r
not in the Sept. 8 city election. Crosby said. KW engine purchased from West
Meanwhile the city council has Then southwest Starke resident Florida 2)) to advertise for the sale of VV r
halted construction of any multi- Broward Capps presented the council No. 7 engine, and 3)) to call for bids. on
family housing, more than a duplex. a petition bearing the names of 50 people diesel fuel.
in the city until the straw vote. Both who want to change the 3.3-acre
! motions were made by Commissioner parcel owned by Stanley Noegel in 'Was told by Commissioner Crosby
Jimmy Crosby and approved 5-0. southwest Starke at Edwards Road that he will try to have a tentative a-
The motions came after zoning requests and Orange Street back to single budget ready by the July 21 meeting.
continued to hassle the city family residential.The Crosby has already been meeting
commission Tuesday night.The week council last year rezoned the with department heads on the budget. ,
before the council turned down a $1 parcel BP over objection of area r
million apartment complex on Bes- residents when D.M. Hale was proposing Went over proposed personnel "
sent Road on land already zoned for apartments there. But Hale policies and regulations with a room '
multi-family because area residents was seeking federal funding which full of city employees. The proposed : V,t_ 4
objected. rules have been put in black and V a'c'v' wY .
never materialized and the apart-- ? 1 v ; Jyr i%
Then hit by two more requests to ments have never been built. white, Commissioner Crosby said, r y r
advertise zoning changes Tuesday The council voted 5-0 on Commis- with the aid of John Hardy, regional +r a ''$ j ,+;t. 'er 't t
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night-one for multi-family housing on sioner Bob Milner's motion to resubmit personell administrator of the North : : : o wmt
East Call Street, another to change the issue to the zoning board for a Central Florida Regional Planning
back to single family residential the recommendation.Asked Council Gainesville.The .
southwest Starke area zoned BP last if he was asking the matterbe meeting produced much
year for apartments which never presented to the zoning board disagreement with employees on
materializedCommissioner Crosby Capps said, "No( I was asking you to. policy of hours and pay practices.
became more and more agitated. I wouldn't pay attention to that bunchon Crosby made amendments to the
"I'm having a real bad time follow- the zoning board." Capps' wife rules according to the wishes of the
ing their thinking. We're getting over- Claire, is a member of the city zoning employees and council members.The .
run by irate people," Crosby said. A board. attempt is to get down in black
dozen or so southwest Starke Capps said he would agree to multifamily and white the city's policies. Hardy
residents were present, wanting the housing if the council would scanned city council minutes but J
same treatment from the council that use the land that is already zoned forit. some pay practices have never been Frolicking for the Fourth
the Bessent Road residents got the written down, such as overtime for

week before. firemen, anywhere. the for a morning of Fourth of July fun
Wainwright Park in Starke was scene .
"I think we ought to all get togetheron Crosby assured the employees the "
whether we want multi-family or In other action, the council: pay plan changes no one's present and games for the kids of Small World Day Care last Friday. where
and Andy Johns watching
not," Crosby said. In fact, he added, salary.The plan includes a new more a Pictured above are Timmy O'Neal, left
he had a motion he wanted to make. Awarded the low bid of Ter- liberal sick leave plan and more their next step is landing and eyeing a potatoe balanced in a spoon at the same
Then came the motion to place the willegar Motors for a 1981 Ford LTD liberal policy on vacation time earn- time during relay races.
issue on a straw ballot, and the at$8,487 for a new police car. Baldwin At lower left Jason Morin hops to the finish line with a potatoe held betweenhis
followup motion to halt multi-family Chevrolet bid $3,957 on a Chevrolet ed.The council will meet with legs. Below right it's time to go back to the nursery after a hot dog picnic and
construction until the Malibu. the pre-schoolers wave goodbye with the model American flags they made.Thepatriotic
vote. employees July 14 again to continueover
left Rod Crawford, Christy Smith, 'Jason
pre-schoolers are from
Local builder Jerry Ely asked thata the new policies. 4
two-block area bounded on the south Accepted the paving of McCollum Dodd, Quentin Corbett, and Sarah Gunner. '
by East Call Street, west by Orange Street from the 1981 HUD project ,
Street,on the east by Christian Street plans,pending the city getting right of :a'VV .tg 1_ J:
and on the north by neveropenedFrances way to pave the street. Engineer Jim Set a meeting Tuesday July 14, at
Street be advertised from Lucas of the firms of Bessent Ham- 7 p.m. on a resolution for possible \
R-1C, single family medium density, mock and Ruckman explained that future purchase of a small part of the rt r'
to RP, residential-professional, which some water improvements can be St.Lucie nuclear power plant ownedby
allows multifamily.After substituted for the paving project( Florida Power& Light.The resolu- \
much hemming and hawingthe without loss of funds tion has to do with Starke's future it .
council agreed to advertise for the McCollum Street will be placed participation,in the electric power WfIt
change. Ely had previously been to back in the project once the rightofway system to be set up statewide,' and ,
the zoning board which recommendedhe for paving is secured Lucas from which the city could get power if _
approach the council about adver- said. Plans call for a SO foot right-of- it can get on the grid. ir'wd 1r" 4M + i $ f
tising for rezoning.: In the city the way on McCollum. twice width of the
council or a property owner can request dirt street now.

"We're rezoning.throwing stuff helter- () of a car washon TH..ItADFC.DCOUNTY
skelter, here and there," Commis- South Temp Avenue on property TELEGRAPH
sioner Crosby noted about Ely's re- already properly zoned, pending Published ovary ThursdayiUOW.CailStraat
quest. Crosby said the council mightbe presentation of a site plan by the
of a mind to ask the zoning board to developer, Darby Bloodgood of s,...., Florida S20V1Sacand <<
do an over-all annual review of the Keystone Heights. ,
Claw po.'.'. paid at
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A report was given the board of ding to Wilson. The job was let to $6.50 (In montti
governors of the Starke-Bradford Gerald Ely of Starke and amounted to ''i

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thly meeting Thursday July 2, on a back door will be replaced and
recent fire at the chamber office, by the carpets will be cleaned and
I executive vice-president Bill Wilson. replaced Wilson said. The rug will
The fire several months ago which also be replaced in the front office at ii
was set, ruined the back door accor the chamber in downtown Starke.

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11 Ikdp ,, : the Starke city election set Tuesday, City of Starke adopted the mayor-
ra September 8,with the runoff election, commissioner form of government in
if necessary, Tuesday, Sept. 22. 1972. '
Former Starke City Commissioner Tucker came to Starke in 1959 from 4 Ir
rr and local auditor Neil Tucker Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he has beenan 1
qualified at noon Tuesday, July, to accountant ever since. The last
run for city clerk.; five years he has served as senior ac-
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen also countant handling the City of Starke
qualified at noon Tuesday, July 7" to audits.
run for a sixth term. Scheafer served on the commissionfor

1 Charles Schaefer: current mayor- three two-year terms, and was
commissioner, qualified at 5 p.m. beaten by Ted Oglesby in 1978. He ran
Tuesday,July 7,to run for a fifth termon in 1979 and defeated Joe Warren to
the city commission.Veteran regain his seat on the commission. lie
City Clerk Merrill Ed- has been mayor-commissioner since
wards, who baa been In ill health for last October and previously had serv-
some time said July 8.
\ Wednesday. ed three years as mayor-
1 he is not planning to run for a new commissioner. '
term. He has been clerk for 22 years.
I1 Silcox has served 10 years on the city -
No one has qualified to run for the commission. He was mayor-
Group 4 City Commission seat now commissioner during the 1979-80
held by veteran Commissioner Ver- fiscal
Jimmy Bowen Qualifies... non Silcox. All city-elected year. office holders serve .w

.for a fifth term as police chief at noon Tuesday:Bowen has been police chiefIn Bowen has! served 5 two-year terms 2-year terms.Commission.
Starke for the past eight years. Before that he served as a city councilman. and Is seeking a sixth term. He is a candidates must pay a .
former police officer, city commissioner $120 qualifying fee. Clerk candidatesmust -
and local businessman. pay$990.93 and police chief can- Neil Tucker Qualifies.
Tucker served on the Starke City didates must pay$865.40.The fees are
." Commission for eight years from 1966 based on S percent of the annual ...for Starke city clerk at noon Tuesday. Merrill Edwards, city clerk for the I
J to 1974 and did not seek another term salary for the position. past 22 years, has been 111 and does not plan to seek re-election.
; < In 1974. He was mayor-commissioner Qualifying ends at noon. Tuesday,
In 197374. He also served a term as July 21.

Lawtey Council Nixes Water Rate Increase By- Unanimous Vote I

By unanimous vote, the Lawtey CI- .questing the city commission to consider from $7,000 to '$8,000., according to 4 r Ir books during the next fiscal year. fact the auditors kept the books for Only 1 Call In June
ty Commission turned down a recom- raising the water rates. She ex- Mrs. Shuford. The approval was done after Mrs. almost eight months. Chief Crouse Reports
mendation by the Farmers Home Administration plained the board received a similar $1,000 will be budgeted to go to Shuford was asked whether she was The
to raise the rates of the request a year ago and also voted to recreation as has been done for a satisfied with the service. approval firm was given the providedthe Lawtey Volunteer Fire Chief Bill
water system at the monthly meeting turn down a rate hike. number of auditing improve amountof Crouse reported the department had
Monday, July S. Funds for years.public safety and healthwill She stated she was satisfied with time they keep the City of Lawtey only one call during the month of
The system was built several years Board Approved be increased from$2,800 to$3,500. the audit but was dissatisfied with the books. June,a car fire and was in the county.

ago and is a $1.4 million dollar pro- Millage Rate Receipts and the general fund will

ject. Lawtey received a grant-loan for The board voted to the amount to$114,961In the general fund. .
the project with Lawtey's payment' recommended millage of accept 3.310 from Water Department receipts and Nobody Shows for Hearing On Federal Revenue Sharing Funds .
share amount of $383,000.
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez. disbursements will be $58,173.
Average cost to the citizens of
Last the millage was 3.059 which Nobody appeared to ''discuss how board.In .
Lawtey is $3.13 per 1,000 gallons of Phillips Gets Set the first work session on the
.generated $231,517 in federal sharing
$8,711. revenue
water used month. An of 1981-82 budget for Wednesday, July
4,200 gallons per would average The new millage will bring Into the Salary Increase funds should be spent with the county other action, the county commission 15, at 7:30 p.m.
mean a monthly
bill of$13.23 to the customers. city coffers$8,681.The decrease is due As part of the budget discussion the commission Monday morning,July 6. :
The water Involves three to an increase in homestead exemp board approved recommendation of As a result the public hearing required
stations system feet of tions.,. Mayor-Commissioner Marvin Rosier by law was just a formality to Was told by Fire Chief Henry Turned over to auditor Pat Farn-
pumping of 36,000 pipe or to raise the salary of maintenanceman the commission.The revenue sharing Thornton of Heilbron Springs sworth and county attorney Dudley
use a disposal plant facility Revenue Sharing Danny (Lit Phillips from $3.73 funds are used in the county's Road Volunteer Fire Department new Hardy a request from the Bradford-
Lawtey Institution, a Up $1,000The to $4 an hour.c and Bridge Fund.If Class 9 rating, down from Class 10. Union Guidance Clinic to return unus-
60 and
miles-acre to discharge be, 12-square Board discussed federal A final hearing( the millage has the county did not have the ed funds to the county at the end of the
shared funds it would take thana Was told Bill Crouse couldn't fiscal then get the back
Clerk:Lucille Shuford she revenue sharing which will increase been set for 7:90:. p.m., Monday, more give year money
explained September 21. mill of additional taxes to raise the his monthly fire report because a fire after the'' clinic funding for the next
received letter form FmHA
a re- money, or services would have to be chief was on vacation. year is approved. If the clinic keeps
trimmed back. the unused money in its budget, the
Bids To Be Asked The $231,517 figure is some $30,000 Agreed to pay $10 each, personally federal government cuts its funding.
91 Hooked to Cable TV On New Police Car more than he expected the county to for an advertisement in a Senior Commissioners questioned the legality -
; Police M.M. (Butch) Jordan was receive, Clerk Gib Brown told the Citizen's calendar. ,, of the maneuver. .
given permission to receive bids on a -? 1"'C'
V 'L
'Heee ver, ;Latejn: fleiivery: ; :. ''';;r brand The current new: patrol can car.Chevrolet*n" Novae Kids* ;oy oM"Rt>&id u:nit' Pleasant Grove ar ;t Mb prous SUtJUtiatw JV AV > v> Vm ,'.

.&.... \. --n... ,'Iii.... _. p.-........-. ;. 1do is three years oM .ail W3ordan.| ]; hard '.0"'Oei 00.Ort :..,.. ., ebhluQ J. -
;;:4'\11\--..10: 'IijtWve'slg Hd! -"-"ftp- r" : Vhcie'tSstomersVlj: \\.J.. uJe In the miles on it, according : Children running.across Pleasant dangerous situation. "Somebody is going to be killed out
cable TV with Bradford Video, according Adams, Madison Broadway Street Grove Church Road during Softball .? Sheriff Reddish and Commissioner there sooner or later if something
to a spokesman for the company. areas will be the first ones to be hook- Council Rehlres games create dangerous:situation, ; Lawrence Mosley. chairman of the isn't done,"Chairman Norman said.
Hookup in the southwest section ol ed up when the earth receiving station Local AuditorsThe 'said-County Commission Chairman Recreation Committee/ agreed to get The board'discussed putting up No
Starke Is expected to commence Friday installation Is completed. board voted to rehire the r.12Nook( ) Norman. together within the week to talk to Parking signs but postponed any action -
July 10. Bradford Video is a subsidiary of Starke auditing firm of Davis Monk ( Several housewives have phoned Pleasant Grove residents about the until getting a report from Sheriff
A delay in hookup to the service occurred Clay Video which is owned by the and. Farnsworth to audit the city {him, Norman said agreeing it is a problem. Reddish and Commissioner Mosley;
when a satellite earth- Seaboard Coast Line Railroad.
receiving station dish was late in be- Television stations from

ing';: delivered to thecompany in Gainesville Jacksonville, and Atlanta -. ....

St&riCB from Atlanta. Plans call for will be available to local customers Lawtey News ..,......". ..=.-..:. r-o, "' ---..-...- ...-......-----,.-----..--.... ,..... ...,.--...-..- ,..-. -.........-
Uw'statlon to be assembled Wednes- during the start of the service. -r
,' 8 and 9 and Channels 5 and 20 in Gainesville; vfi
'4 July Thursday July ,
1 her in-laws Mr. and Mrs. family at Kingsley Lake Sunday,
and 47 from by Elizabeth Terry Boyette of Neptune Beach were Sun
flc*cannot commence until that is Channels, 4,, 7, 12, 17,
pi Ply 'hooked up according to Jacksonville will be part of the ser- Phone 782-3300 HiJRkJ Eunice on Friday afternoon. June 28. Also Mr. and Mrs. Danny day dinner guests of Col. and Mrs.
2 weeks Thompson and Brian of Jacksonville
PERSONALS: ? MaQirtq PJS.$: (Nate) Porter Jr., corn- vice.
*.resident and general Henry Hodges and Allen Thornton withher aunt Must! Margie Whitfield were their Sunday dinner guests of Col. and Mrs.James Dougherty and
pa ma Channel 17 in Atlanta which carries drove to AIken S.C. to help move his ad Pebble in Tampa. ,. June 28. Jimmy Moore visited his sons, of England, Courtney,
\btated! ] the service is the Atlanta Braves, Chiefs, and brother Ronald Thornton to Starke on MK'i and Mrs.f f Tom Berry of brother Fred Moore on Friday.Mr. Christopher, Patrick and Peter, will
av (o' ustomers on a volunteer Hawks athletic contests will be part of Thursday and they returned Friday. Jacjisflnville. visited their brother and Mrs. Ralph Futch, Jeff and arrive on the 11 p.m. night and
has less the publics supports the service. Friends of Mrs. Elvie Reddish and sister-in-law Mr. andjMrs. Harold, Karen Futch and Christina Brantley, several will go meet them.
an it, the service would notouttheserTlcewhenltis ESPN; a 24-hour sports network regret to learn that she Is a patient In E ; Saturday afteJtioon.\ were Sunday dinner guests of their
be :m-IiJ t ; which is strictly available to cable Bradford County Hospital.' Our !ion and Mrs.lD.R. Brown and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and CHURCH SCHEDULE:
n ".; ,systems, will be part of the service. prayers are with her.She is much bet- fa nt last weekend with their Mrs. Terry Futch,Christopher, Bruce Office hours for Pastor Delbert
Home Box Office, Cinemax, CNN, mot Mrs. La of Perdio, and Dean Futch.
.hoo week I available to ter.Mr. King of Grace United Methodist
Gus 45 percent of the City of Cable News Network, ASCN, educa- and Mrs. Randy Chesser, Jr., ,Ma.. 1:: .i / Mr. and Mrs. Donny Kelly formerlyof Church are 9 a.m. until 2:30: p.m.,
Sta ose who sign up for the tional USA network, CBN, ChrIstian. ire the proud parents of a IOn Randy Moore and) sons, -Greg and Gainesville, have moved into their Monday thru Thursday, for the next
Broadcast, MTV Video rock, are aU Allen, III.born June 19 in St. Vincents 'Juo '{were weekend guests of his new home in Starke. two weeks, until he can move into the
seP cdteoj,his firm vould part of the services available to local Hospital. Jacksonville. Maternal mqt I Mrs. Fred Moore,.Sr. They Lester Prevatt of Tampa, spent a
radford' County Commis-ap-- customers.The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hulon went'back to Hend rsonville, N.C. on weekend with his parents, Mr. and -parsonage.-- -
slo p e iMx !4 to 6 weeks to try firm has opened an office at 527 Herndon, paternal grandparents are Sunday! where he )will wonk for 10 Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. .
to a ibkrTV franchise for S. Water Street in Starke and persons Mr. and Mrs. Randy Chesser, Sr., of weeks and then return to Homestead. and Mrs. George Kelly had a
resi''' iitside the Starke may Inquire about the service Starke. Mff'tfnd Mrs. Ralph Futch, Jeff and house guest Miss Linda Crider of
Ilml.1".i ""* available by calling 9646308.Community Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- Karen Futch,of Black M untain,N.C. Jacksonville, over the weekend. Did You Know..........,
._fi thurine Blanchard visited her sister, areO-lpending- a weekOwith their Hillary and Tommy Carroll of Boca
] 'and Mrs. Willie Green Raton, are spending a week with their
Miss Enza Blanchard, of Baker Nurs- paent1, Mr. Mrs. Orie Wiggins Mr. and Mrs.
ing Horn Mrs. and Aunt Lavonia Griffls. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Nichols and
Neel Mrs. Philip
(" Newsby Thelma Wilson. Bothofthem are better Mrs:'Jesse BarboUr and her mothr, Troxell. They are 6 and 8 years old Don ,Monica of Starke and Mr.
.. Mrs Opal Lewis and the children, and they flew up by themselves. daughter, and familyof
Mr. and Mrs.: Manuel Martinez and Jesse,:Jr., and Michele went to Wilmington ( Guests of Mr and Mrs. James D. and Jacksonville Mrs. Jimmy spent Wiggins last Friday at
Elizabeth Walker Communion will be given In the even- daughter Eugenia, returned to their ,;N.C. June !e. Mrs. Barbour Kelly on Saturday, July 4 and their St. Beach.
< Phone 964-6683 ing service. home In Bisbee, Arizona on. Saturday, came home July 3; Mrs. Lewis and mother, Mrs. :Susie Williams were Augustine
Antioch Baptist Church: Each July 4.Mr. children will stay for 3 weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scruggs of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nichols and
Deli Chapter 118 O.E.S.t The monthly Thursday at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson and Friends of Mr. Clifton Carter Belglade FL, and Mrs. Elsie Scruggsof Brendan and Joshua of Panama
meeting of Dell Chapter 168 Order of and Bible Study. Sunday School 9:43.: family returned to their home in Pen- (father of Mrs. Hoy Starling), regretto Chle and, Mrs. Martha Clarke, sons, the weekend with her
Eastern Star'will be held Thursday,. Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Choir sacola on Sunday morning, July 5. learn that he is a patient in Brad- Robert G. Kelly, Maryellen Walters, City spent Rev. and Mrs. Ben Bryant.
July 9, in the Masonic Hall on will sing at the Starke Nursing Homeat Mrs.Gustafson and the children spent ford County Hospital with a heart attck. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Kelly, Jr., and parents
Brownlee Street. All members are 3 p.m. Evening Worship at ft p.m. some time with her parents, Mr. and Our prayers are with him. son, Justin and Miss Linda Crider of with the Earl Muse
asked to please be present. Church of God In Christ Monthly Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris. Mr. Mr. and! Mrs. Ralph Futch Jeff Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kelly Vacationing this week were Mr. and
Church Activities For The Month Schedule: Tuesday of each week 7 Gustafson came Thursday and they Futclu and Johnny Sweat, visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Torode of family past Crews and family of
Voice of Faith Dellverence Temple p.m. Bible Band. Friday Pastoral returned home with him on Sunday.Mr. their aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry on' Starke and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Mrs.Oxford.Randolph Together, the families en-
Our services begin each Sunday with School 9:30 Morn Kelly of Lawtey.
Teaching. Sunday Cecil Hardee returned home Friday night. at Lake,
Sunday School 10 a.m. with morning ing Worship 11:30 YPWW 5:30: Even- from North Florida Regional Billy... Jr., Scottie and Michael Visitors during the afternoon were joyed swimming at Matanzas Inlet Kingsley,crabbing at
service following immediately. Even- Ing Worship 7:30 with..Elder Hue Hospital, Gainesville on Monday, Anders were weekend guests of their Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Jordan of Raiford, Guano fishing Lake and tubing on the
ing worship begins at 7 p.m. Bible Anderson Jr.conducting all services. June 29 after having had surgery on father, Billy Sr., and family. who is the Horticulture Supervisorwho Ichetucknee. ,
Study is held each Tuesday at 7 p.m. June 23.We are happy to say that they Mrs. O.J. Boyette and Mrs. Wm. L. !had been Principal at Chiefland
Evangelistic Service each Thursday Family and Friend Day came to church on SUndaytful15. Durban .of Lake Butler, and Jessica 43 years ago while Mrs. Susie
.night. On July 9, 10,and U,the church Week activities for, Mt Calvary We are !happy that Mra7 O.J. and Dewey, carried Mrs. Ruth Mat- Williams taught there. They had sucha Out-of-town guests at the
will host a missionary and ministers' Baptist Church Rev. Alphonso Phillips was able to come to her chett to her home In Orlando Thurs nice visit. Moredock-Paterson weddingwere
seminar at the church located at 102 Jenkins, Minister. Thursday' night daughter's home Mrs. Ola Mae day. On their way back they visited Barry Lee Watts of Fort Riley, : James A. Ryder, Dr.
E. Brownlee. (Old Mary Carter service will be rendered oy GasJdcs,' on Thursday. She is still Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Elder In, Kan., who had received his dischargefrom and Mrs. Walter C. Jones, III, Ed-
.Paint Store). There will be no Philadelphia Baptist Church of 'staying there and isn't doing too well. Oca la.Henry. the Army, arrived home Thurs- ward Jones, Mrs. Robert Swink, Miss
registration fee and the public is invited Lawtey. Rev. W. Maberry will be thespeaker. Mrs.Purvis Brown' also came home Hodges and Hank attendedthe day. He spent 4 years in the service. Carolyn :Swink Rt. Rev. and Mrs.
to attend. Elder James .A. Mitchell .On Sunday morning at 9:30: on Thursday but isn't feeling too well Stock Car Races at Daytona on Three groups of singers sang at the James Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. John
Jr. Pastor. Sunday School. The 11 a.m. service at this time.Our prayers are with her. Saturday morning. Gospel Music Park in Lawtey on Vordt all of Miami Mr. and Mrs.
Greater BetIIleJaelll Freewill Baptist Will be conducted by Rev. S., D. Pastor and Mrs.'David Brown, Mr. Mr. and Mrs.Wendell Kelly of Lake Saturday night. The Jericho Singersof Carl Park: of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs.
Church Each Monday Tiny Tots Bright:: Pastor of the New Bethel and Mrs.:Oscar Vanzant of Callahan Worth, Fla., and their daughter, Miss ,.JDeLeon Springs, The Cavalier Rupert Smith of Daytona Beach Mr.
rehearse at' 8:30 Senior, Choir Freewill Baptist Church of Lake City., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and Virginia Bartholemew and son, .Quartet of Perry The Singers of and Mrs. Quinn R. Barton, Jr. of
rehearses each Monday at 7:30.: ,Wed. Music will be furnished by_the New Mr. Wilson Todd of-Gainesvillel Daniel of Charlestown, Ind., spent Heart{ (The Love Family) of Lawtey. Jacksonville Mrs. Dell Prevost and
all Mission Circles will meet at'the Hope Baptist Church Choir of Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee from Tuesday until Saturday with Everyone had a wonderful time. Miss Kitty Prevost of New York City
church. Thursday Story Hour at the After morning service a delicious while be was In the hospital. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Mrs. Cindy Sampsell and children Shands Prevost of New York, Cordon
church. Friday of each week the meal will be served. Come and bring Johnny Brawn \Mitchell Brown's Kelly. On Thursday all of them visited 'of'.JacksonvllJe,-were Thursday dinner Blitch and Miss Cathy Blitch of Orlan-
Junior Choir and ushers will meet at, your whole family and your friends to 'son)'was"able. to return .home from Mrs. A.P.. Hallman of Keystone guests of Petty Officer 1st Class do, Larry. Harper of Albany, Ga., Dr.
and Mrs:Joe Harris and family.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowers and Miss
<::30. Sunday'! School 9:30, Morning enjoy this feast with the members .ol Alachua 'General Hospital Heights.-
Worship 11 a.m. Deaconess will meet Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. 'Gainesville, on Friday, July 3. i Henry Hodges and Mark attendedthe and Mrs.' Earl Troxell spent Alison Bowers, and Miss Lisa Bowersof
at 5 Home Mission will meet !at 8 At 3 p.m. the servica. will be Mr. and Mrs; Ed Cochran of Largo Stock; Car Races at Lake City on Saturday July 4, with their brother- Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Bob Cray
p.m. -rendered by Rev. C.W.,Wright from spent the_weekend with.Mrj and Mrs. ,Saturday night. v -, and slater Mr?and Mrs. Gene and Suzanne Cray of Lake Wales, Mr..
p.m.New' Bethel'Baptist' Chorea- Sum-: the New Mt. ZIon Methodist Church of ,D.O..Brown, }' ., Mrs,Carolyn Hodges Campbell aftd .jj I. Howellof. Pompano Beach.:They pur- and. Mrs. ;:Johjt, Hebb, Becky and
mer Vacation Bible School Family Lake City and his choir also will. 1.....; land. Mn.IJobn Agular of daughter. Sarah, sons, Ha".a- J g cha bewFholnenJilctr'tat{ CounMr. -,;> David of BartoW, Mr. and Mrs. Marty
night will be conducted Friday;July;'., 'render! the music. Memorial service Jacksonville, visited their brother-in-' Mark Hodges, went to Wild"Waters, ty n 'Gotts and Jamie Gotts of Fort
10, at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible -' for the deceased members will be at law and sister Mr.and Mrs;: .Oscar. Ocala err' Monday July I.>7lUt.-- .and Mrs Tom Boyette and Mrs. Lauderdale anMr3nd Mrs. Ken-
Study Wed. 7 p.m. Sunday School:d '2:45: p.m. Please come and worship Carter on Friday night"' : ){Mrs, Gayle Todor, Scott fend Brad Wendle Smith' and Elizabeth of neth Paterson afXLJudd[\ Paterson of

10 a.m. Morning Worship 11, a.,-ff.. with us and meet our friends. KJ?. Bill Eunice. .,."ofn
-s" ',',. ; :. i ".

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The Molehill-Mountain GrowsThe As, Chairman of ,the Board of DQ IT WHY CAN'T: WE?

,trustees Bradford County Hospital
Corporation I would be remiss In my
duties if I faded to respond to the Let- As I read last week's Telegraph a
(Name story really caught my eye concernIng
ter To the
breach between the chairman the board has ever withheld on, request) of Hampton, the 4th of July activities ftr

County Commission and its had approached the Commis- i" iK 4 'f G Fla., Subject: EMERGENCY ROOM Keystone Heights and Raiford. The
two appointed boards who sion in his frustration, and SERVICE DENIED, published In the first line said It.all-."NO 4th cf July

were assigned the duties of asked "What's the problem?" July 2 edition of your newspaper.I celebration County but is Raiford planned and in Keystone Bradford

advising the board to the best The only answer from the too, 'am a long-time resident of Heights are both hosting an array of
of their ability on matters of Commission was that the SUrke and Bradford County, having activities and residents from, Bradford
zoning widened to the pointof members were not aware of moved here from Marion County in are welcome to attend."

no return this week. the Zoning Board's reasons 1932, and have viewed with a great I enjoyed the Keystone Heights

for rejecting an applicationfor deal of pleasure the continuing parade their Air Show and
The resignation of seven- "speculative zoning" on growth of our rural and urban com' Fireworks. For my family it was one

members, including the U.S. 301 North and Industrial munities. However with growth of the nicest Fourths we had had in
chairmen of both the Zoning comes accompanying problems and' awhile.
zoning on 301 South.In the Bradford County Hospital certainly -
Board and the Board of Ad- is not immune from its share.In My question is WHY.''in,the entire

justment, reflected the often an apparently amenable county of Bradford, couldn't we even
expressed frustration of both meeting the two boards r A Good Question.... an effort to resolve its problemsthe scrape up a parade? Starke Is much

boards in having their agreed to get together and hospital has of recent date entered larger than Keystone or Raiford.

recommendations rejected by map procedures for better "What's the trouble?" Zoning Board Chairman Don Rardon. who into a new management era with as Surely, some of the County Commis-
be expected: resulting changesin
the County Commission with communications in the in- resigned his post Tuesday, asked the County Commission at an April may some policies. One of those policy sioners or Starke businessmen could
meeting. Three months later the trouble had see the money potential associatedwith
not been resolved.
evidence of terest of better zoning. That changes does affect Emergency
no the desire of editorial at left). all these activities. People were
the Commission to examine in was three months ago. The Room admissions. It is a matter of spending money right and left all day

depth the reasoning and the meeting was never held. Rardon's appearance above was prior to being informed that the Room public operation record that is currently the Emergency showinga long in Keystone and Raiford.<<

rules County Commissioners are a "legislative" body, and therefore Immune
zoning and
regulationsused financial loss in excess of $100,000
By its three rejections of Another thing that bothers me is
from for
their actions
giving reasons According to one local attorney,
by the two boards in To attack that the
annually problem
ar- that husband and I are raising
recommendations from the they are answerable to the people only at the voting booth or in the courts.
Board of Trustees and the Ad-
at their Starke. We
riving conclusions in two boys here in wish the
Zoning Board and The Boardof ministration of the Hospital is indeed would
the interest of good zoning whole town get >Y uth.
Adjustment the South 301 "tightening up". The current policy orientated so our leaders of tomorrowwill
practices in Bradford County. offers those who are unable to for
special exception case the pay ) have organized recreation instead
When the County Commis- Commission has in effect services on the spot the option of ex of just circling i McDonald's
ecuting a short-term or, if necessary, weekend. '
sion of Bradford County given three noconfidencevotes County Agents' a long-term note to satisfy the finan every

adopted the Zoning Or- in the two boards appointed By cial obligation. If, after those C optionsare I hope all concerned people will let

dinances in 1979 it was obviously by them to render BobbyTayror exhausted: the applicant is still lur PAID politicians know how they

their intent that the ordinances decisions under zoning regulations notebook unable to provide satisfactory feel concerning these issues.After all,
be followed by the approved and adoptedby monetary coverage he, or she, will be these are the people that said they
treated if in the of
opinion Hospital
would solve our problems and
Zoning Board and the Boardof the Commission. Under the really
> personnel, a true emergency situation want to. or why else would they betaking
Adjustment in arriving at circumstances, it could hardly exists. Otherwise the applicant will be our tax dollars?

their conclusions. It is inconceivable come as a surprise that a Looks like our rainy season Is not used for mulching, including the referred to a physician of their own
that the Commis- majority of members of the here yet.The rains we got in late June traditional oak leaves, pine straw, choice.In Starke is a good place to live...Let's

sion would] have approved and boards felt they could no is were about good, but most C of that moisture hay and wood shavings, and even the case at hand, the applicant, make it better. Joyce JohnsStarke
such and
adopted these ordinances and longer serve effectively to do gone. plastic.things as newspapers, when asked to execute a 30-day note, ,Fla.FOIESTRY .

then expected their appointees the job they were supposedly Lawns, gardens, pastures and simply excused herself without com-
to put them on the appointed to do. "tome trees and ornamentals are Some gardeners even used old tiresIn ment and departed from the hospital
shelf and make decisions bas- beginning to show stress from a lack their gardens. The tires were placed without allowing the AdmissionsClerk
As stated by Chairman Rar of moisture. You need to offer any further plans of
ed whim likes might to irrigate on the ground, and tomato plants,
on personal or don in his letter of resignation if possible when you see wilting two or three per tire,were planted inside payment. The applicant was not
dislikes, or public pressures.To conditions. the tire. As the plants the denied medical treatment, as the let
"I that COUNTY
: sincerely hope a IN IXABFORD
grewl ter but in fact
expect such action by the tomatoes could rest on res, implies voluntarily
appointed boards would have more meaningful understanding Speaking of gardens, most of us are rather than on the ground reducing walked away from it when confronted }
can be effected betweenthe now between gardens. That is, we fruit rots.Any. with the idea that payment For the
been to place the integrity ol Commissioners and the have just about finished harvestingall service would be expected.The by Mark,G. Fries

these boards in jeopardy a future Chairperson of the Zon- the vegetables from our spring

situation which has become ing and Planning Boards. gardening efforts and preparationsfor ._u__ _writer._&_-' UW of the L_-'aforementioned_L____ .L___ --
intolerable'to a majority of the fall vegetable garden haven't Democrat icnvr auiicu --A iiau ciiarKCU: mere

the board members.At Without a clear understandingof begun yet. So, summer is a good time before, many times, and always Hairy tent caterpillars and web-
the land planning goals and to inventory your gardening project. May Run As paid". What was not mentioned was worms found eating the leaves of
a meeting in April, Zon- subsequent zoning future Take a careful look at the problemsyou the fact that her spouse has owed the valuable hardwood shade trees quickly -

ing Chairman Don Rardon, growth of Bradford Countywill had,and the rewards you enjoyed Party hospital a sum in excess of $100 since raise the ire of many a homeowner.In .
from spring garden. Delegate 1979 with no apparent effort to being -
your Keeping pay
be fact, two or three successive
probably the best and fairest severely impaired. track of the things that went wrong made.In .
years of severe defoliation can kill a
:as well as things that went right will* :'t'ile"beiiiocattrc' ( :,ly"rty 'fjfiorida tree. The Florida Division of Forestry
help successful1'V conclusion, I submit that the -
you hare a more person

. Rising Crime?No Wonder! spring. r, yr' 'f!'t'Qt..b'nsnc<
Resort in Hollywood, to the action when
according Prompt caterpillars or
derogatory and
First of all, if you still have inflammatory com-
party chairman Charles Whiteheadof leaf first noticed
are ,,usually
ments contained
vegetables in your garden, you should therein to allow her
And they ask what accountsfor officials concerning Death have begun a weekly spray program >Panama City. name to appear, was not denied treat- late spring .early summer, will
Any registered Democrat is minimize loss
eligibleto to few branches
the Row inmates with We're into, or I hope approaching thtrainy ment. Her only goal was to arouse un- just a ,
rising crime rate in cases pen- for
run a place as delegate to the warranted thus, preserving the health and beau-
Florida and the rest of the Na- ding before the state court. season, which means hot, wef Conference from the county in whichhe institution public whose dissention towardan ty of the shade tree.
and humid effort is
That's what Justice Powell are days ideal warm conditions for nights.insect These and or she is registered.The directed toward providing every the best The four most notorious cater

tion.At decided. disease pests to flourish. Tomato or only requirement is to fill out medical and healthcare available to pillars are the eastern tent cater
least a part of the cause corn fruit worms and pickle worms and file the necessary form between the citizens of Bradford County.Respectfully pillar, forest tent caterpillar fall
stems from a rather surpris- Meanwhile, Dobbert is liv- can be extremely destructive.And July 8 and August 9. In Bradford webworm, and ,mimpsa ,. -bworm.
ing source. ing in the style to which he has County the form may be filed with the yours, Like many other insects., /bje&bstart
County Chairman E.L. Matthews. as hatch
"eggs intO! At4Irmlars,
become accustomed in even those pests which haven't Vice Chairman Jewelle Al K. Carlisle, LTC USAR Ret
Brown (Mrs. become pupae, and finally + as
Two items in Tuesday morning's Florida State Prison where been overwhelming thus far, such as G.S.); State Committeeman Jimmy Chairman, Board of Trustees adults moths in this.fispi wever pge ,

paper gives somethingof "correctional officers" go aphids borers ,and cabbage bud worms, squash Crosby, or State Committeewoman Bradford County Hospital Corporation It'S the caterpillar.forjmlhA: mages
corn worms; are ex:
a clue. around unarmed because they pected to become-s "during the Vesta Dyal ) .the tree. CprrectiidoM.f rtiWlfif! the

The first headline read: might hurt some nice guys rainy season.So protect your garden Executive Each Florida Committee county must Democratic hold elec- Applications best caterpillars control metliods will aidj f-r--' g the
like Dobbert. vegetables with a good spray pro- Judicial liw naq;
"Justice Powell Blocks Execution tions for delegates between August 17 An Mbout
of Dobbert." gram. \ and September 14. The number of Nominations Now two 1 It
And then there's Judge Sam delegates allowed each county is bas- has .
Smith another nice from In addition be on the look out for ed the number of inCheal.longlt'-"btiiill{
The second headline read: guy the spread of plant diseases Diseased'' on weighted votes Being ReceivedThe I :,
"Court Overturns Judge Lake City. A former circuit plants should be pulled out and that county has on the State and I lI'Jthalrs.
Democratic Executive
Smith's Conviction." judge he was one of a four- disposed of as soon as possible. Plants 8th Judicial Circuit >>
convicted in of In the Twenty-five percent of the Nominating prevalent our! dxt..@ ,
some 1978 turn- remaining garden should be
Commission is Marc
delegates must be Democratswho now accepting
ap months of
Does this tell us anything? his North Florida sprayed weekly with (ba good and. ing court
,. are not members of the local plications the recently authorized trees arewild,, cjg
Could technicalities, "into a nest of bribery and fungicide./ > I county committees. State Chairman new circuit judge position. The announcement ple, and haw boJJJh': \ (
Whitehead said. "The reason for this was made following a have tents
loopholes delays, plea corruption. Summer is a good time to evaluate constriiijj) iHiWinllars
is that the Democratic Party has a meeting of the commission in in limb crotches '
bargaining, appeals on the seed varieties you selected for the commitment of Gainesville Monday. 'J6'jitive'!
to all the neonle.
Now federal
a appeals court sign is the
spring Ask presence i ." othY
frivilous grounds, and other has overturned his conviction_ __ ___ _00_.'___, _... .,.. 'L__._yourself...._&_____such u, whether they are involved in the party Applications (nine copies) must be patches attached to tyi" 1..__-
P n g11w"VIa :
similar tactics have variety proauce structure or not. submitted and in the office of the ches. THese
anything on grounds that the indict- a strong vigorous are gghmas each
plant What about ef
Any registered Democrat Is invited Commission no later than 5
to do with the lack of respectof ment against him and three the quality of the vegetables itself"How and urged to qualify as a delegate if 20 at the address below. p.m. July female containing moths.100-3oq: |-eggs4depg|JII\d by
criminals for the law and cronies for operating a about disease resistance* Try to he C or she wishes to attend the Con- Application forms and additional A forest tent caterpijIaRi. nfi i&vio rV ches
the make note of the varieties which did
rising rate? information
racketeering in- ference at Hollywood.Approximately may be obtained by con- two inches when
enterprise well] and those that didn't, mature ltt&-!!lark:
2,300 Democrats are .expected to tacting: James G. Felber, Jr., 703 blue
Well, what do you think? volving bribery, prostitution, have some idea of the ones you'll want gather from all parts of the state for N.E. 1st St., P.O. Drawer 1589. of yellowish tines6sai9, ring
keyhole-shaped white' its
dog-fight gambling and drug to include in the fall vegetable spots! on
Nice important event. 32602. back
guy, Dobbert.. trafficking and garden. party and covered with whitish hairs.
convicted in 1974 of beating was "faulty" Like the eastern tent caterpillar, it is
his nine-year-old that the procedures followedby Chamber most commonly seen during.early
daughter to City Sponsored
the U.S. District Judge Beautification spring. Preferred trees oaks and
death Summer is also a good time to are
in Jacksonville, and hearing the case were observe the beneficial effects of Committee to Meet, Cleanup CampaignSuggested gums. The"tent"part in its name is a
also convicted on separate "unconstitutional." mulching. If you mulched your spring At Noon MondayMrs. to GovernorsDr. misnomer they don't make.tents.

counts of seconddegreemurder garden you'll notice that you have Wayne Whiffen,Just prior to the But, the shape of an egg mass is
of a son and the torture Ye Gods! No wonder crimeis very few weeds, whereas your L.A. Canova chairman of the !!t suggested. the chamber sup Similar to the eastern" t@nt..t..III..r- _
of his two other children.He engulfing the nation. neighbor's unmulched garden might City Beautification Committee has pun; a cleanup- campaign in Starke A fall webworm is about on j inch
be overrun with a difficult weed pro ,called a meeting for 12 noon Monday, and in Bradford County. when fully developed. It is yellowish-
was arrested in Houstonin And it isn't just in South blem. Nematode injury Is also much July 13, at the Steak House. The matter was brought up to the brown with black orange, or yellow
milder on mulched vegetables. While All committee members, city of- board by Wilson to have the chamber spots, and covered with long silky
1973, a year after his son, Florida either. nematodes will/ attack mulched 'ficials and other Interested personsare push for a cleanup campaign to be hairs. Trees commonly Infested are

John 11, was picked up as an A seminar for Florida police vegetables, their effects are not as invited to attend this planning sea undertaken In the area. pecan and persimmon.Fall webworm
abandoned child at a Jackson- severe because of the healthier root sion. After a brief discussion the matter webs will surround entire branches
ville motel and told police of chiefs, held in Port St. Lucie zone of the mulched plant. was turned over to the community sometimes whole crowns.

the murder of his sister in 1971 last weekend, was told that ,:KLPOA DirectorsTo .projects committee for further A mimosa webworm most
crime is from The most ,consideration. prevalent in late is
moving up striking observation summer approx-
Meet "
and a brother in 1972. He forc- Miami into the small towns you'll] make about mulching is the Saturday'The The meeting was chaired by Judge imately one-half inch long. it,is gray-'
ed son John to accompany and cities way it controls soil moisture. Board of Directors of the, Elzie S. Sanders Other members pre- brown with five white lines running
of Central '
him to bury the bodies which and Vegetables grown on unmulched< hot, Kingsley Lake Property least, sent at the meeting included: Jimmy the length of Its body. Honey locusts
were never found. John by North Florida. This area is no sandy soils will droop and wilt while Assn. will meet Saturday, July, ,Peek, Dallas Mayo.. Brenda Thomas, and mimosa trees /all prey to",this
exception. Gainesville had those grown In mulched gardens will 10 a.m. in the Kingsley Lake CivicCenter."AU John;,Smith, BID .Alderman. Sam caterpillar./ Webs are used to surround
the way said he was blindedby one of the highest crime rates stand tall r've seen all kinds of things members are urged' '' to' at-,. AduklawfczEvelyn: ) ; Womack and and tie together .flowers and
his father tend. Visitors are welcome !, leaflets. '
his : .
rubbing in the nation last ;f- A n 4'.M.Gaines; ,; "
.. '
knuckles in the boy's eyes. ,.- "Ilr.-, -.1 ., Control measures for'these'caterpillars -
So when .4, include: destroying ,tents'or
Nice Dobbert. He you say your 'aaa.oroao webs and larvae
I destroying egg
should have every benefit of prayers tonight, pray for ( MIMURUTAMJSHEO .4'< r Car tiYL1siit 'By masses of tent caterpillars belore

loopholes in the law of some sensible judges and ?achYouth' they hatch, and applying an,:ap
course Project
fewer loopholes and evasive t ; propriate insecticide ,
mi ,tip while,, cater-
even such technicalities as tactics in the judicial system.At ; pfri. ; !TW butreach 'youth Project of pillars are still small four,county
an appeal contesting the Bradford Count;will be having a car forester can help you select,an.insec.

Florida Supreme Court's the rate things are going tat9oaO.fIsGUWNJGNNgiIatttRIMlhh./ / v niddsh'Sattirday,::JWy 11.atHurst'a ticide. But remember always read
t slull 1 Statioivfrom 10 ajm. to 2 and follow label directions. '
practice of requesting and be our last best p.m.
prayer ,
? nsfr lfe 1saYcr.titie Prompt remedial
receiving material from state hope.The ..! ;e action can prevent -
unsightly urea
% 4 f .i ;
i fund-raker defoliation llttldunder
is does
oct1Jr.; a
1M wlarw.Iwirw/AMMMMiAMhMInMi
., tp pith summer loving care with aiuUertiliz-
u 4 pro watering!
.7i: ing, as soon as possible,wjll( aid your
.1 1.irI1M..w4YIr.1..nrMMhwbWWnA. i tree:In recovering."J\ \r ywill
1e drtli lie in eifor
r toCom grow replacemeiit'jleaves.;' ;, Ithe
caterpillar has more than 2,000 muscles damage occurs*In,tbi springM&rly: ;

1 .summer:' ',. 4Tot '
r i t61J1t:
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: Tracy Kelly) arid':John Torode, Jr "'1r:t t:, ,, ," ;1.1\! "' ..t.kt{.i "() Rev. and Mrs. Ben Bryant

Wed June '20' at First 'MethodistMiss The Social Side t, Celebrate Silver Anniversary

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Tracy Ann Kelly daughter of fed at the wrist. Tfie bodice had a of
Rev. and Mrs. Ben Bryant the the ensemble.The .
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Kelly of modified Queen Anne neckline etched Gladys Mooty, Of The First Baptist Church,celebrated their First
Baptist Women served
Iwtey and John A. Torode Jr.. son with Venise lace and empire wedding as
25th anniversary at a floor hostesses
of Mr and tucks and self- throughout the even-
Mrs. John A Torode.Sr. of tiny vertical I
h Society Editor, tion Monday night at the StarkeWoman's 'ng.
Kingsley Lake were united in covered buttons. They carried
Club members of
;'' Haste Saturday June 20, at 2:30: nosegays of summer flowers In given by Rev. and Mrs. Bryant were mar.
the church. vied
in the First United Methodist Church shades of lavender, purple, fuschia: 964-7608 News July 8, 1956 Pinewood Park
the door
with Rev. and white. Guests were greeted at by Baptist Church In Miami and have
I( the nu Warren. Langer performing Shauna Patrick, niece of the groom, & Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr., WMU director, been at the First Baptist Church here
b' altar Mrs. W.B. Mundy, past director of for eight years.
The was centered with two served as flower girl. She wore a long WMU and Mrs. L.H. Jennings, Bap
standing arrangements of gladiolus white dress of poly sheer featuring a tist Women's president.Mrs. .
.1'( mums daisies, asters, statice and square neck with lace and short puffed I J.E. Hardy introduced the
baby's breath in shades of lavender. sleeves. The long full skirt was
to the honorees who in the
white trimmed with lace at the hem line and
purple and fuschia. On either r5"ItLZ
: receiving line in the sunroom. The
side the waistline enhanced with
were two seven branch was an mantel in the sunroom was centered
; candelabras orchid satin ribbon.
f and arrangements of with a large arrangement of chrysan-
0' jade fern were placed in background. The bride given in marriage by her themums flanked by five-branch
n Mrs. Ellen Edwards, pianist and father wore a gown of white silk silver candelabras with white tapers
Bill McRae, soloist, presented a program jersey featuring a Queen Anne and interspersed with silver magnolia
of nuptial music. neckline with cap sleeves. The fitted leaves.

.,' Mr. Torode attended hU son as best bodice was laviously adorned with The guest book table in the foyer
n man. Ushers were Richard and Carl Venise lace and tiny seed pearls. The tLZ held an arrangement of chrysan
rt Torode brothers of the groom.b softly pleated skirt was attached to an themums in a tall silver vase and a
waistline banded with Venice
I empire
white feather plume pen was used.
lace and featured a.watteau train
On the stage were arrangements of
bordered with lace. Her
greenery and in front of the stage
veil of illusion at-
b chapel length was were silvered magnolia leaves.
tached to Juliet of Venice lace
IMr a cap
The wedding cake table in front of
and seed The veil
tiny pearls. was
the stage was covered with a white
bordered with of Venice lace
a row
lace and centered
cloth a three tiered
and appliques of lace sprinkled on it
Y cake on columns topped with an or-
She carried traditional all
back. a 9; chid. The cake was flanked by tall
white of white bridal
nosegay roses five-branch silver candelabras with
stephanotis and baby's breath. white candles. Silver compotes held ...
A reception was held in the church mints and nuts. -
Hall where Mrs. H. Andrea Eaves
Fellowship H. side
On either of the auditorumwere
Adams and Mrs. Bill Adams greetedthe tables Jack Waterhouse
punch covered with white
guests at the door. Mrs.Dave Kel-
satin skirted cloths and centered with
the book. Seasonal Miss Andrea Eaves
ly kept guest silver punch bowls. ,
flowers used for decorations.The .
were Jack Waterhouse
The refreshment table, where ire
bride's covered
table witha
finger sandwiches and snacks were
white lace cloth and was centered Plan Sept. WeddingMr.
served was centered with an arrangement
with a four tiered wedding cake topped of pompoms in a silver and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, ,Ill announce
with a bride and groom, which bowl. the engagement and
approaching -
\ were used In her parent's wedding. Rev. and Mrs. Ben Bryant In the sunroom a china service was marriage of their-
Fresh flowers were between the on display, a gift to the Bryants from daughter Andrea, to Jack Wright
i \ layers. Flanking the cake were two the congregation.Another table in the Waterhouse, Jr., grandson of Mr and
baskets of daisies bride's statice andbaby's Violet Myrick and Steven Secrest sunroon held additional gifts to the Mrs. A.E. Brown of Starke, son of
breath in chosen
the Bryants. Tall palms were used in the J.W. Waterhouse, Sr. of Palatka and
colors Cutting the cake were Mrs. background. Mrs. Beatrice Benson of Colquitt, Ga.
Frank Kilgo, Mrs. David Jones, Mrs. Wed June 5 in OrlandoLa During the evening the First Baptist Miss Eaves is a recent graduate of
Vernon Brinson and Miss Sue Brin- instrumental ensemble furnished Lake City Community College School

son.The Costa Bravo Apartment's Social Daytona Beach the couple is residingin music. Those participating were of Nursing and is employed at
punch table was covered with a for the the Orlando area. Debbie Woodfin Alachua General Hospital.
Hall in Orlando was the setting piano, sax, Jim
lace cloth and centered with a crystal June 5, 7:30 p.m. wedding of Violet Both the bride and groom are from Brownlee, Jr., guitar, Don Hardy, Mr. Waterhouse is supervisor. at
punch bowl'encircled with sprengeri Myrick of Orlando daughter of Mr. Starke and attended Bradford High drum, Michael Woodfin, and bass, Cardin Bros. in Starke. '
and Mrs. John A. Torode, Jr. and seasonal flowers. and Mrs. Bishop M. Myrick of Starketo School and both are employed in Bill Floyd. They played love songs A September 25 wedding Is planned.
Assisting in serving were Mrs. Carl Steven Lee Secrest of Orlando, son Orlando. from the 30's through the 70's. Mrs. -
Mrs. George Kelly attended her Torode Mrs. Richard Torode. Mrs. of Raymond R. Secrest of Starke and Charles Goodowns also played -
daughter as matron of honor. Atten- Warren Winkler Mrs. V. J. Spengler several solos. A
Mrs. Maria Dudzik of Jacksonville. piano highlight was a
dants Mrs. Donald Kelly, sister- Mrs. Jerome Mrs. Carl Hunt Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bakken were
were Decorating the hall were two stan- promenade in a large circle by all
o in-law of the bride and Ms. Sally and Mrs. Joe Warren. ding baskets of white mums, yellow members and guests to the music of visiting friends in Tampa over the
Patrick, sister of the groom. They The bride and groom are both / mums and white carnations.Rev. weekend.
were attired alike in dresses of party graduates of Bradford High School. John I Myrick of Orlando,
orchid voile with long full sleeves cuf Mr. Torode is employed at erode Oil brother of the bride, officiated.

Co. Taped music was rendered before .'
I. the wedding and during the reception. Serving Northeast Florid
Sherry Trent ham and Stephen Alvarez, Jr. Given in marriage by her father,

the bride wore at soft white crepe,high, \
Married June 27 in Raiford waisted floor length gown with train: ?t Bill Mathis Heating

_':.. ; The bottom, of .the dress,and train, l
'''were trimmed 'with lace"" and the! ,; .Air {Conditioning, Inc
t tins; fry'a'Blilirabet-rti 'Tife'nthain on ro ... 5 { ,,1 with 'At
Kw! Wdjce had q "z9d fefyft o f : ,
t. 1 a
( (rc (-k + '
< tJfies55.thWi '
M ? Ames '
daughter of Mr. and M dace armmVle .. } veil l 4700T, A73 2j&
1 Billiard of Sampson Lake, Starke and featured an elbow ,ngth Veil over a
Stephen F. Alvarez; Jr., son of Mr. long train length'.d trimmed with Office Residence *
I and Mrs. Stephen (Sammy) F. lace.She carried a colonial bouquet of
Alvarez, Sr. were united In marriageat white silk roses with forget-me-nots
a garden wedding at the home of and pale yellow daisies with white Commercial Residential
the bride's parents on June 27 at 6:30 itreamers.

p.m. with Rev. Johnnie Gilbert of the"- Steve Mallock: attended as best Industrial
,First Baptist Church,Raiford,.performing -
.. the nuptials.. man.Mrs.. Loretta Mallock was matronof
:' The altar in the garden was i honor and wore a sleeveless pale
605 W. Madison Slarice00MONTH
tt.A :decorated with palm leaves and r'i yellow floor 'ength dress with bodice 9d .

,a-i(M j flanked by two. large potted. palm overlayed with lace She carried a 19 Secrest
asrf! trees.:. > colonial bouquet of yellow silk daisies ( } t, 4n iMrat tFven

,T>V!>:VA Mredding album'was played. and carnations with forgetmenotsand \up: .r w '.' ,"
8936/n Scott Salazar'attended as best man yellow streamers. .,
self 1'4I'\d'' 'Qregoty'''TrenthaIQ'the;! bride's Kelly Myrick was flower girl and .. "
sdi brother; was an usher. '" ':3 Joshua Myrick was ring bearer. jfc" '( 0'( ') .J.t.

Dana Watson, the groom's sister A reception was also held in the v -oj t t '; n AJiwi
Jumlfcerved as honor bridal attendant. She Apartment Reception Room where
tf .f'tWiH* sleeveless gown with A L 54wr,, w1Pt flower arrangements of yellow mums

IB ,,< algllfPlnk trimmed In lace. She and gladiolus were used. i .)[ -dl ft() $ '
.riD&wrte/ I glarge brim hat trlm- 4 The bride's table was covered with< !) I ,')? ,1)) 1. : btm
.2i sin carrlei*IP bouquet of pink 'roses and lace overlay. The double tiered cake :i : your i iGi

a""cartt6n9lljwlth' \ ,'pink. and. ., i was encircled with fern as was the ) ,
.' "- ,\ crystal punch bowl. The center of the .)A
-qs .WA'tt'' iirM'were'! June' Griffis and table had crystal candle holders with : :
lliw Mid B-iellsiririla-f''to. JUie\ ''honor' attendant and Percival cut the cake.' Mrs. Venicia .u .
sviJicttrried'' bouquets of pink roses and King of Orlando and Mrs. Brenda r i grow

YdJ,*iirri oils 'with_'I pink and white 'Cooper of Arlington, Va., sisters of L
mn streamers/ the bride, served the punch. .
fo:: <\) The bride/given in marriage by her Miss Eshan thebride'. ; II .. ..'
v.d 'father'wore a'sleeveless white silk book at a table King with a white ,tuJ9v/ "r' II ,
organza gown with bib design bodice 'linen cloth and held a single yellow. '
,""t'< featuring re-embroidered alencon candle encircled with fern. MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE

;! 'lace and fine crystal pleated chantilly Following a wedding. trip to I' ,
f 'lace ruffles. Tiny covered buttons 'I I mn. l'r -
closed the back. The sheer panel hada a r ; ,' '

mandarin schiffli collar.embroidered The modified design em-and Miss Lynn Moxley :: 12 %

pire waist was attached to a full'
A-line skirt; around the hem and Gene Melvin :ln peronnum$500minimum..Nowovoilobleforolimitedtime.

chapel train was a wide band of alen- To Wed Saturday :
con lace. She wore a wide brim wedding 4 "rt :,:'ll .
hat done in Schiffli embroiderywith I Miss Lynn Moxley and Gene Melvin ;
silk illusion bow and streamersin Mr. and Mrs. F. Alvarez Jr. will be united in marriage Saturday, ,
Stephen July 11, at 7:30: at the home of the
back. She carried a bouquet of pink p.m. r
roses baby's breath, white roses; The bride is a 1961 'graduate of brt 'parents. ..
pink carnations and pink and white Bradford High School. All friends are invited to attend a 12 748: % Eft I
streamers. The groom la presently employedby reception in honor of the couple at the yield
A reception was also held at the Olson Underground Ecologist,:Inc. Starke Golf and Country Club at 8:15

home of the bride's parents. The patio in Jacksonville. p.m.

was decorated with greenery and .
pink streamers and wedding bells. .h'
The bride's table was covered with 6-MONTH MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE I

white lace cloth over pink and was

centered with a three tier wedding ," v' "

cake.The Tina punch Cox table cut was the covered cake. with a 'f'O'R" ," ,;:M k+ >., :' / X. 'E'' R.oIfol'M', ':'.'\' ;,\ ;If i, O''N'I It L.I t\I.,;; ,,I\>."' '.,.' :f .1. 1 4. 3 00010 : '
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lace cloth over pink and was centered .'. ,1i\IIII\:\ \' lf '" ;? {,\< ,
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with hurricane lamps entwined with 1ff.!' ::1''''; '{\11:11": J"I':: ;"\. A...E",& ," .. I peraMum )
greenery and mixed summer flowers. "\\\Ii'\ I'ilr'' ,.,f"'h"'i.,1" i' tl.;" .;,., ","'1 'yr.! J"",,"," '1;1\\''''':" L!{ih'I1 ""I')'" ,". ,
crystal punch bowls graced either .' ,'ct'; ff5- '::: ".'I'I',\ \ :\ '..'
end of the table and were presidedover I B t ," '".'''Iy; ,, '..n",. '":1"H"!; 1 \",1l'i': \;" ':' \'''\11'' t' ,1::1\/!'.'\';/' {h." : 'a.t "tll .:,.f"/."m.; ., $10.000 minimum. Available Tuesday July 7 I
by Kelly Slade.[ Crystal composts \., (" '" ) 'I'i\\ : ij\\" oM through Monday. July 13. Automatically renewed
/ "T
r,: $ : \ 'IJ 2 41'r f
held mints and nuts. '; !j o/j/::}' ,11t"l'!, ,,, !: : '; ; ), ,
f-I' ,{.il'II '" It "" 'if v "'''" rl'iI"M:;\ { ''" 'Jf.'r" "0 at the rate In effect at the rate In effect at J
Sheena Corbin kept the bride'sboat. n,, ,j''j\ ,)IJ( :'6"'tI'!It ViJ'' ; ;:" r"t't.,.. maturity.FORTUNE
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Following to Six "#: :' ,"#: "W\.ifiM;;! ,: ir.\1: : .: : v. .. \ oaou.w Mrs.a.comowndeaanNanae ___....
a wedding trip ;!; p" !'I,;' W' I ,.,.!. \i:," ., 'k" ,'. ('" ''i \*" ;,e I i".J'1, \ : 1"1'<;. ti amarwn .y r+aM c_.CompoundtngoflSprohlblted6-monrh- I.
)Flags Over Georgia the couple is ,.'!' &( I..H'kli'i\ ) 'f(1i( !!it 1itWI; : \ \;;\ f y\11G"V11! ";; (ii"'" MonwrMaxuGmncrn. I

.residing in.their trailer on SR100. ::12o''nI' '; '

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," ',.''Hav Members Iota. Cookout Delta of Starke XI Iota Delta : ..' .;tt tt1!\ {\\1: {i ::1( .; fe t;,''t;{;:96\4"1'685?: :J; ; ,'J'''r..,\\.Ij;. :;! l(1.;( }:!i\itj8-;\ :{; ;; .... '." Savings Formerly Guaranty and Loan Starke Federal Association Gainesville .,

sorority had a cookout and swim party ,;: + f\s ;:',':;.i p i.r'$ ..' 1', :. ':R ct'u'qa' li't1g., 993Vnodlson, I ,

June 27 at the.Wynn's lake!home on ... .
27 offices Florida
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Crystal Anderson and Sidney F. Griffis, III Miss Billie Wilson, .',.,"'. Tina Collier and Keith Northrup Married June 13 .

Capt. J.P. Bloom,Jr.,. L .
Wed June 21 at New River Cong. Meth. To Wed Saturday Tina Marie Collier, daughter of Mr. Mark Williams attended as best At points of interest were palms,
ferns and candelabras
and Mrs. Harry R. Collier and Keith man and Glen Northrup; brother of Boston with
Col. (Ret) and Mrs. William Wilsonof Paul Northrup, son of Mr. and Mrs. the groom, was an usher. colored tapers. '''J'}
crystal LISa Anderson, daughter of Lawtey announce the approaching Lyle R. Northrup,'all of Starke were Miss Phyllis Collier served her The bride's table wale covered witha
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anderson marriage of their daughter, Billie united in marriage June 13 at 8 p.m.: sister as maid of honor. Miss Tootsie white lace cloth and was centeredwith
granddaughter of Mrs. Rosa Griffis Doreen, to Capt.John Preston Bloom in Airpark Baptist Church Starke Tucker was an attendant. Their a four tiered wedding cake
and the late Percy Griffis of Raiford Jr., USAF son of Col.CRet.) and Mrs.! with Rev. Lacy Conway performing gowns were fashioned alike except decorated with pink and blue roses
and Sidney Franklin Griffis in, son John P. Bloom of Fort Worth Texas. the candlelight service. Miss Collier's gown with baby blue and topped with a bride and groom.
of Mr. and Mrs.Sidney Franklin Grif- r ti The wedding will take place Saturday Decorating the altar was a brass polyester permanent pleated long Flanking the cake were two
fis, Jr. of Starke were united in mar- July 11, at 8 p.m. In the First candelabra arch with multicolor gown with lace and velvet Jacket and miniature bridesmaids paper dolls,
riage June 21 at 8:00 p.m. at New h Ir United Methodist Church with a tapers decorated with multicolored. Miss Tuckers gown was baby pink. silver compotes with mints and nuts
River Congregational Methodist reception following at the home of the carnations and baby's breath. In the They wore baby's breath in their hair. and two crystal candle holders with
Church with Rev. John W.Yarbrough bride's> parents in Lawtey. background were two swirl brass They carried bouquets of multicolor tapers. Debbie Austin 'and Doris
performing the nuptials. All friends and relatives are invited candelabras with tapers, palms and carnations and baby's breath. Miss Johnson, aunt of the bride. cut the
Gary Griffis presented a programof to attend. Boston ferns. The aisle candles were Collier's bouquet was tied with a blue cake.
wedding music. ,r:'. in blue globes trimmed with greeneryand satin ribbon and Miss Tucker's bou- Serving punch were Mrs. Ferrell
The altar was decorated with two ; carnations. quet was tied with a pink satin ribbon. Reames, Betty Diamond, aunt of the
basket arrangements of white Mattox Reunion of Dorothy (Punkin) Craven and Deb- bride, Cheryl Johnson, cousin of the
gladiolus, baby blue carnations and t; Presenting a program nuptial bride and Marie Carmichael.
t4L' I July 12 music were Mr. and Mrs. Billy bie Johnson, cousin of the bride were
white daisies two wedding palms 4 The couple had a
flower and matching I
girls wore green
against a background of one large \ "..,. 't Ww. f The descendants of Allen Payne Johnson and Miss Phyllis Collier.Mr. satin gowns with lace and green satin Jacksonville where they are resl'3tng.
arch candelabra in center and flanked / .' Mattox and his wife, Mary Jane ribbon with baby's> breath in their The bride and groom are both
by two pyramid candelabras. : >:' ''t//'P' Southwell Mattox will have a family hair. graduates of Bradford High School.
Danny Griffis, cousin of the groom, : reunion at Kingsley Lake on Sunday Alan Diamond, cousin of the bride Mr. Northrup is employed with Gif-
attended as best man. Groomsmenwere ;{ :";;" July 12.Lunch. was ring-bearer. fen's Roofing Co.
Larry David Andrews, Kimbo will be served at 12 noon. Given in marriage by her father the

Forsyth, Bart Lee, and Mike Griffis, ] Friends and relatives are invited to bride wore a white polyester organza Did You Know............ <
brother of the groom. attend. gown with lace bodice decorated with
Cindy Anderson sister of the bride, ,.' This branch of the Mattox familyare seed pearls and re-embroidered Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane of
attended as maid of honor.She wore a 't descendants of Michael McKenzie scalloped neckline and standup col- Jacksonville Beach spent the
navy blue sundress with a chiffon Mattox, who was born in Colleton lar. The gown had bishop sleeves and weekend with his parents, Mr and
cape. She wore baby's breath with County, S.C. in 1750. He was a soldierin lace trimmed flounced skirt that fell Mrs. Houston McClane.
baby blue and navy ribbons in her the Revolutionary War and a few into a chapel train. She wore a diamond
hair and carried four baby blue silk \. : years thereafter he moved to Tattnall loop necklace with matching BALI
roses with baby blue and navy County Ga. and became> a large landowner earrings. Her lace and pearl headpiece Lvllo't Dr..ft Gift Shop
streamers. in that county. secured her fingertip veil with 1646061 ..
Annette Brown Regina Griffis, I matching lace. She carried a bouquetof Bradford Square Shopping Cantor'

Marilyn Pearce and Brenda Griffis, .J multicolored carnations withbaby's ..... ..... -
sister of the attended -- -
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groom Baker 1' breath with white, pink and --
bridesmaids. They wore baby blue '1 Miss Jaime \ blue satin ribbons.A .
sun dresses with chiffon capes with / Michael NormanTo *, } : i. reception was held in the church
baby's breath hair pieces. Each car- Wed 17 : < J S.l fellowship hall.Patsy Johnson,cousinof More Socials Pg. 10 A
ried 3 baby blue> silk roses with baby July t //l '" the bride, kept the bride's book.
blue and navy streamers. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Baker of : J}, 1t ,',., ..
Laura Lynn Forsyth attended as Green Cove Springs announce the approaching ., : \ l'' -
flower girl, dressed identical to the at marriage of their ':.5 t."I; : '
tendants. Ring-bearer was Riley 7 daughter, Jaime Carol to Michael t : '.5' : 5'.r':

Massey. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Griffis. III Lewis Norman, son of Mrs. Lester .::, Bible Storiesand
The bride, given in marriage by her Page of Jacksonville and the late : .
fahter,wore a white floor length gownof Harold K. Norman of Starke. 1\
polyester organza, lined In acetate baby blue roses and encircled by The couple will be united In Holy 1 1t 1I I i .
taffeta, lace trimmed sweetheart greenery. Mrs. Lester Griffis, aunt of Sacrament of Matrimony on Friday, .
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neckline and sheer sleeves the bride, cut the wedding cake and t .' .' ,.Y :
bishop Mrs. Jack Anderson July 17, at 8 p.m. at Reynold's Chapel, .
with closed lace cuffs. The sister-in-law of for Children
snap gown Camp landing. A reception will Activities
the bride, served at the punch bowl 1. ,I. ,, \ .n,
had a slightly raised waistline with a follow at the Officer's Club at Camp .. C. ,," '.\
Kimbo 'io
Mrs. Forsyth served at thegroom's
3-tiered skirt with lace trim and mat- Blanding. .
ching veil and the bride carried a bou- Miss table. All friends and relatives are invitedto ,i .,' Who are educableand
quet of baby blue> silk sweetheart Jennifer Forsyth and Miss attend. "
Kristie Dickens passed out rice bags. 1 ', "
roses lily-cf-the-valley and baby'sbreath. .. disabled
The couple is residing in Starke '. '. ,
held in where Mr. Griffis is employed by the ', ',: 1. "".I -"' l
A reception was the church .. i' .. .
Citv of Starke. The Richard Littles 'I!! '" f Ayd are being offeredat
hall which ,
reception was highlightedwith ,','. '. I ".
baskets of flowers, crepe paper Supper HonoreesMr. .." 7 .. ". .ri, .
streamers and baby blue wedding '
bells. and Mrs. Richard Little of p .4

Nell Massey, friend of the bride, Joyce Meng. Wilmington, Dela., former Starke ,
kept the bride's book. Allan Kent residents, were entertained at a -';'- First United Methodist Church

The bride's table was covered witha Wed June 26 covered dish supper and pool party
Sunday at the home of Mr.
white lace cloth over a baby blue evening
liner and was centered with a :3-tier Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Meng oi and Mrs. Drew Reddish in Green Each Tuesday 1 p.m.
wedding cake, topped with the tradi- Hampton Lake announce the mar Acres. I.. ,
tional bride & groom decorated with riage of their daughter,Joyce to Allan Out-of-town guests were Mr. and '
Kent son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mrs. Randy Newland and family of : Phone 964-6864
Palatka. ---.....-- ---
Kent of Orange Park. --. l
The ceremony took place at the Fifty friends enjoyed the affair.
Mrs. Robert Thornton home of the bride's "f"f" 'Ofoj -'\. and Mrs. Keith N"rhMlpY" .... .. .. .
.28 parents June* \ ..... '\ ).,.,;,,' N ,', ',1' ) 'A"'.h _..'h .....""1 '(i; ...
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Shower HonoreeMrs. The bride, a Bradford'Wg;: St\ .. --,- I. 3 .. .1 r .L 1, .. _W
Robert Thornton was com- graduate is manager-designer at ( -r r.- i .J.r

plimented at a stork shower Tuesday Flowers by Larry in Orange Park. iiisulate he rfrom
night I. June 30. given by Mrs. Robert> The bridegroom graduated from your water
Green and Mrs. Bobby Taylor at the Orange Park High School and is
home of the latter on Cypress Street. presently employed at Station
Games were played by the 25 guests WKUE-82FM, Green Cove Springs.
and prizes awarded. The couple is making their home in Big BilL
The refreshment table was covered Orange Park.
with a baby shower cloth with mat-

ching napkins, cups and saucers and Did You Know........... ,
centered with an arrangement of silk ""'
yellow roses. ,
The hostesses presented the j".' .... ':
Dr. Steinar Lorentzen returned to r. .
honoree with a corsage made with .. -
yellow sox rosettes and white daisies. his home in Oslo Norway on Sunday. ? ; '' r' ....:::'. .t'I.:. ;; ..,, iM./ ;
after 21/2 weeks visit
with Mrs. L. H. \
also her I" '. ; '
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gave a folding h
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baby stroller. Gibson and friends here and with Mr. ;(; : ;
and Mrs. t- \ r gp
During the evening the guests made Gerry at Merritt ", 1'
up a file and put into a decorated file Island. '"'' "'\\ '! --- '- :
box with do's and don'ts for child :
rearing and home remedies for Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson, Bud P
diseases and given to the honoree. Lawson and Mrs. Ewell Lawson
visited relatives in Auburndale and .
guests were Mrs John .
Thornton, Mrs. James Slay. Mrs. Lake Wales Thursday to Sunday. I (' ....i J

Debbie Brooks, Mrs. Wynette Evans, /
Mrs. Bruce Thornton Miss Amanda SAllUllo' \if. t .... ,. 1:
Slay and Miss Kendra Slay, all of \ .
Jacksonville and Mrs. Emma r Drou ft Gift Shop ., ;. I A ', I ..'

Williams of Gainesville grandmotherof 943041Bradford ... \ :' Y.' --J' ,-,') ,f.. ...., .. .
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Notice To Road ContractorsSealed ..,, :. "+ '. .,,' ..

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bids will be received in the County Commission) ,v' : l

Room at the Bradford County) Court House) in Starke, .J.", .... '.' ,.;..'i(. .,. 1 C 3 : ."1..<, .

Florida, until 8:00 P.M on July 20, 1981, for) road construc- ....K' .' '. ,. j1--S" <.';: t I. x K',,':, .
tion to be performed on the Crawford Settlement Road _...... ,. ""/,, .' .. ". < :'..I. ".". ".1,t
(Project No. 81-3) in Bradford County. ---. .\ ;'; t.' '. '"
The type of construction will be Finish : 12 .' '.,: ,
grading 1"cI1\ '
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Limerock base ((6" thick, primed), Type II Asphaltic con- ,' IA.. ...., _.i J! ..c \ ". I 1\-) ?"
crete surface course ((125 lbs. yd.) and the fo' : r ;'
per painting
sq. ;
01981 FPL
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approximately 4.1 miles long and is located ::- .,
north of Starke between '''V I. .. : ''I. .i.t, : / .
County Road 16 and Lawtey.The '''.L 1 ,... ,>, ,,,,,.' f1; I. .....
limerock base will be 20.5 feet wide with a 20 foot width '" '! b I ::; : "' >
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surface l3 .
course. "
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Complete specifications) and maps are on file in the ." '"1 .. r V > I .. ..r". 'i... ,. .
Clerk's office in the Court House in Starke and may be ob- 't ..... ]' ,' .: ... .
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tained from the Clerk. "f> '". \- -l ."' .'ro''M
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Sealed bids should be submitted to Mr. ,Gilbert S. ,.;'1" ..d. I.:, .r- 1,!. .
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Brown, Clerk of Circuit Court, P.O. Drawer B, Starke, i i ;
Florida 32091. #. 'rk
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Either a cashier's check or a bid bond in the amount of ,,**.*

submitted.The five percent. ((5%) of the total bid shall accompany each bid ,,. :i Give.Big Bill the:cold SsJ shoiflder.-7, your water heater, cut the blanket to'size' ,\ )

successful bidder will be required to furnish a Per- install a water heater insulation, blanket. wrap and topes (Extra-capacity units may ..... .

formance Bond to the County Engineer, prior to beginningwork (Our energy audits indicate. over 80%pf all .require:two blankets..) ..' ::

Tests,and Marshall other reports Stability such Reports as Design, Density Mix Tests, Extraction and a. f, ...',' homes would benefit.). > '. : O-; :. So buy an insulation blanket at building: {

Distributor. Calibration Chart, as work progresses., ". ;;: You can save about $20 every year.''B& supply hardware or home center stores and

A Formal Contract will be prepared by the County At. cause the blanket reduces energy! consump departments I It should pay for itself in a .o 13
torney between Bradford County and the successful bidder1 f,' J :' '< v
prior to commencement of work. tion by reducing heat l loss; r year"orso.:: After that, it will pay you. It'sone ', ..... .

'. :&.ffi '*" 'f'"% And installation is simple.justvtneasureJO /; more'way to hold down Big Bill. '
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( ) Pg.6LAudI Married Couple > '"a LBIRTHS ,.:!3, .. (pj'Q': !! ..";,t .t. ., ., ....:,t, i;

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Honored at ReceptionViolet L- Mrs: Scott of Coronado, Mr. and Mrs, A-M- Rutledge'and

__m_'_ __'____n'_ '________' and Steve Secrest: married I Calif"ls'VisItngher Madalyn sister?Cecelia son,"Steve, Mrs. Ann Brown and sons

June 5, in Orlando were honored at a &' Terwillegar at her home In Country arid Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer attended
reception June 20( at the home of the A -1 Heather Elizabeth Novy Club Estates; also visiting Is her the 50lh wedding anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Lindley S.
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop! mother, Mrs. J. H. Truluck of San- reception for
\ Cellon Turkey Creek on Sunday.Mr. .
M. Myrick in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. John Novy of Starke -?

Many' friends and family greetedthe .... ir. announce the birth of a daughter ford.Mr. and' Mrs. Richard Little of
newlywed couple. I. Heather Elizabeth born June 30 in and Mts. Verl Best attended a former Starke
The table was covered with a yellow! ) Alachua GeneralHCJ6pital. 10-year reunion on June 21 of) friends Wilmington Mr. and Mrs.

Skirt with a gathered white lace skirt I Paternal grandparents are Mr. and they were stationed with in the Air John residents Dukes, are in visiting Five Oaks subdivisionand

overlay. The bride's silk bouquet was 'to :'11 Mrs. John Novy of Port Richey, FL Force in Yokato Japan. They met at here this week.
placed in the center of the table flanked and maternal grandparents are Mr. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geyer at friends ,

by sterling silver candle holders and Mrs. Charles'' Schwarz of North Satellite Beach. Attending were Mr. Women's
'The Methodist Sunday
and yellow candles. The crystal PlaInfield, N.J.Meredith. and Mrs. Jerry Cyrus of Spanoway at
school class had lunch Jast Friday
punch bowl was encircled with fern. Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnes in
Pictures of the wedding were i Noel Jordan Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. The Sisters' Restaurant Orange

displayed for the guests to enjoy view !' Lunsford, Marietta Ga., Mr. and Park celebrating Mrs. Doug Gray'sbirthday

ing. The bride's dress was displayedon !B Andy and Ramona Jordan of Starke Mrs. Duane Dillion Fort Walton with.11 attending.

I a dress form in a picture window of ..... ...., ...c.... ,.... ... announce the birth of a daughter, Beach, and Mrs. Marye Lion Mrs Carolyn Redgraves and Mrs.
the Myrick home for the guests to see Meredith Noel born June 25 in O'Fallon. 111. who will be visiting in and Mrs.
as they arrived at the reception. Phyllis Collier Alachua<<: General Hospital:She Joins a Starke for the next two weeks. Edna and son in Braden-
Wayne McKinney
brother Matthew A. Jordan.
the weekend.
ton over
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Lotzia have
Church of God Collier.
Phyllis Mrs. Joe
Jordan of Live
Eaves rented Howe Moredock house
Melissa the on Misses Vickie and Kelli Carver are
Honors GraduatesThe David HarperTo nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Church Street.' They .have three attending Music camp at Florida

youth department of the Starke Wed July 18 ,. Luther A. Grant of Ocala. Great- children. On Sunday they were visited Southern College in Lakeland this
Miss Melissa Eaves grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H.A.
by their families the John Lanahansand
honored their ) week.
Church of God seniors
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier of) Lawson, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J.C.
the Fletcher Lotzias. Mr. Lotziais
Tim Kelley with a graduation banquet June 22 in
the and Grant of Ocala and and
Starke announce engagement Mr Mrs. A.D. tax in Jacksonville and SALELeila1
the Fellowship Hall of the "
Engagement Told approaching marriage of their. Jordan, Gulf Breeze. Gilt Shop
The hall was decorated in the David M. Mrs: Lotzla Is finishing her KN. s.Dress .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Eaves of "Wishing Well" theme with the daughter Phyllis Denise to degree in Gainesville. "".5051

Starke announce the engagement and church colors of blue and gold. The Harper son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Brandy Joann Forsyth Bradford Square Shopping Center

marriage of their with white linen Harper of Lawtey. .sALI
daughter approaching, Melissa Ann. to Tim C. cloths.tables were covered The wedding will take place July 18 Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Forsyth Jr. of Ullo't. Dress A Gift Shop Mrs. Robbie Shaller returned home

Morris C at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raiford announce the birth of a 94-5051 from Alachua
Kelley son of Mr. and Mrs. A huge Wishing Well of blue and today" Thursday
Kelley of Lawtey. gold was placed in the middle of the Browdcr US-301S Starke. daughter. Brandy Joann, born June Bradford Square Shopping Center General Hospital where she under-
Miss Collier and Mr. Harper 23 in Shand's Teaching Hospital. She
The wedding will take place August room. The wall behind the head table went observation and treatment for a
attended Bradford High School. joins a sister Carol Jo, 3.
28 at 7:30 at Northside Baptist decorated with blue and gold age week.
p.m. was All friends and relatives are invitedto Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Mr. arid Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons,.
Church.No Wells with of the
Wishing photos attend. Mrs. Raiford Tetstone of Brooker and Matt and Jim of Seattle. Wash. Mr.
invitations are being sent but all seniors on them. The head table was Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Hernandez
friends and relatives are invited to at. centered with a blue Wishing Well maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. David Mendenhall and returned Monday after two weeks
and Mrs. George Tetstone Brooker. daughter, Ashley and Miss June Har- of and Israel. Including -
tend. surrounded with blue hydrangeas tour Spain Egypt ,
flanked with candles. Miniature Ben Kerce Family Paternal grandparents are Mr. and dy of Atlanta are spending ten days the Holy Land. >
Did You Know........... gold Wishing Well place cards marked Reunion July 4 Mrs. Joe L. Forsyth, Sr. of R lford. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E.

Hardy. Thursday to Sunday visitor is Mrs. J.T Perdry and daughter,
Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. has been seating arrangement.Blue The first annual family reunion of Jeffery Paul Wanner Jim Jordan of Atlanta.Mr. and Amy
and Wells were Mrs. LeRoy Dyer daughter
gold Wishing
the Ben Kerce
transferred from Alachua General family was Satur.
down the of the tables. returned to their home in SeviervUle
the Starke Home. placed length day July 4, at the river home of Mr. David and
Hospital to Nursing Rev. Jerry Turner of Gainesville was Beverly Wanner of) and Mrs. Henry Thomson of Tenn., Tuesday after five days visit
and Mrs. George E. Smith in East Orlando announce the birth of Ala last week '
a son, Birmingham, spent
the guest speaker. The three seniors, with Mr. and Mrs, Doug Gray.
Mike Lee of) Tifton, Ga. was Sunday and Palatka.A Jeffery Paul born June 30 at Orlando with his mother, Mrs. W.I Thomsonat
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. Bobby Martin, Joy Carlton Ray covered dish dinner was enjoyedby General Hospital. Kingsley Lake. '
Cooper) were presented bibles as a Mrs: Nelma Keen has a patient -
the 100 family members that at- Maternal grandparents are Mr and
In Florida Regional
memento of the North
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson spent occasion. tended. The afternoon was filled.with Mrs. Paul Meng of Hampton ,and Mr. and Mrs.' Bob Starkey and weeks.
Mr. the two
Servers for the evening were Hospital past
Saturday at Cedar Keys and Sundayin and Mrs Charles McKinney Mr. and boating. skiing and swimming. paternal grandparents are Mr. and family of Houston, Texas were Friday
Maxville visiting Mr. and Mrs. and, Hank Kerce eldest son of Ben Mrs. Charles Lutche of Orlando. overnight guests of Mrs. James Bar- Iria VanSickel of Newport
Mrs. Kenny Scarbro, Mr. Mrs. Kerce has been Mrs.
D.N. Gerkins. doing genealogy
S.J. O'Steen Royce Joyner Mrs. Jan research on the Kerce family ron. Beach Calif. is visiting her brother
Corbett Mrs. Harold Rhoden and Mr. Raiford niece, Mrs. Bettie
Mrs. Leon Gray and daughter originally from the Lake Butler area, Did You Know. ,... ....... Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver and family Epperson Mrs. Eva Andersonand
and Mrs. Charles Schmitt. Mizelle
Rhonda of Manmngton, W. Va., The hostess was Mrs. Shelia and reported his findings. spent last week at Vogel State Park Mr. and Mrs. Bill Epperson.
former Starke residents, were Friday It was voted to hold the reunion near BlairsviIIe, Ga.

and Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bassett, youth president.SALE every July 4.Attending Airman 1st Class Lionel T. Edwards and Mrs. John Myers of Te-

J.D. Warren and Mr. and Mrs. V.J. from Starke were Mrs. wife Debbie and son, Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr., Capt. of Lake
Kingsley ,
Spengler. Sarah (Kerce) Fulgham Mr. and Christopher of Richmond) Va. were visited Mrs. N.C McConnell in questa, formerly of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Mrs. Mike Howard and girls Mr. and visiting his parents Mr. anI Mrs. Olustee on Tnursday and Friday;' at- were guests .
first of the week.
Kevin Miller of the University of Leila's Dress C Gift Shop Mrs. Robert Fulgham and children, Tommy Edwards and daughter, tended the car races at Daytona Moran the ,

South Florida was home Thursday to 964-5051 Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Corbett and Mr. Alicia. June 27 and 28. Airman Ed- Beach on Saturday and attended a Mrs. G.H. Bennettl!
Friends of ,
Sunday. Bradford Square Shopping Center and Mrs. Charles Schmitt and wards is a Drop Specialist stationedat barbecue at the home of Mrs. Sue Jacksonville former Starke resident, ,

children Blaine Kelli Jo and Shana. Charleston Air Force Base. Seymour at Bundy, Lake Saturday' will regret to, hear) she was admittedto

Leaals -. -. -. -. -. -. -. .... .... - - night. St. Vincent's Hospital on Monday.

Want Ads ;
.I. Charles SchoeTw.Mayor.Comrnis3ionor band and MARGARET original with the clerk of and Petitioner.
ol THIGPEN Wife.NOTICE/ the above styled court on RAYMOND ASHLEY NOTICE OF NO PROPERTYTO ONE". 118 S. Thompson toberts
the City of Starke, OFACTION or before July 23, 1931, CRAVEN. Ml' ACTION'TO : Timothy Dole.' St.. Stork. FL 32091) In-

Florida by virtue ol the otherwise o. judgment Respondent/Husband. : RALPH ARTHUR' ,"'Roberts. AnaVrsfcM'Yordog, c/b Rose' Mor'ris. *; ',. ,t fends: 10 '.9i'?;.ia'i. Authority to me 1 rO:, Margaret, ThlgpenStockhouSer. may b. entered against NOTICE NASWORTHY JR 2.4: '(. name. underpins; Briiig': Real Estate
\"for1' '.'the'5 relief"'trJ.d thtF ACTN1"...."..I 'Shop 2603'>'eall6'FerryRd. l : ;: 'pvisJanI,4)' 'ifo
Mac'-"you : \ joW ,
by law do herby call a $ Msl'tkl '1v..tplNIJI! ., Anderson, CaHfo: ,,-" )" b'"/F.Ifl:! "tfu.1;I: 1:lo srihoblfii ? m irneiNTK) jjnmlr
First Primary Election to Mahon Street, Stark. demanded In the Pet) 'TO:' RAVMONDASHLEYI ..n'."/" 0,' ''Pahokee/ "nlo 96007. -, "- .,t fute. ?? r.. On. ''II' '. 'wIt 'i' I '|sH .iMJod n9v,
be held at the City Hall, Florida 32091. tion. CRAVEN whose Florida 33476. Dated, I this 23rd day of 964-7828 3 N. T emple J:
in the for.said City by YOU ARE NOTIFIED WITNESS my hand and residence' Is unknown. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED YOU ARE HEREBY June, A.D. 1981 in Brad. Results '

qualified voters on Tues that a Petition to 'the seal of this Court on YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action thai an action ford. Florida. 6/25 4tchg

day September 8. 1981 Modify Final Judgmentof this 12th day of Jun.. NOTIFIED that an action for Adoption has been for Dissolution of mor- 7/16. GEORGE ROBERTS Broker

A.D. for the purpose of Dissolution of Marriage 1981.Gilbert for Dissolution of marriage filed, and you are required rjage has been filed NOTICE OFINTENTION
electing the following officers has been filed S. Brown As has been filed to serve o copy of against' you and you or. ASSOCIATES:

: against you In the Clerk of the Court By: against you In the Circuit your written defenses If required to serve) a copy TO REGISTER Weekends end. Evenings Call .

above-named Court Fay. N. Whitehead, as Court of the Eighth any to it, on the Peti of your written defenses, FICTITIOUS Richard Roberts 944-5595 Ann Godwin 964-5B591
CITY CLERK-For Two and you are required to Deputy Clerk. Judicial Circuit of the tioner's attorney, whose if any to it, on the plain.tiff's NAME ini Patsy Sllco.964-6579 Norman Heddlng 964-59641

years serve a copy of youranswer 6/18 4tpd 19.NOTICE. State of Florida In and name ord address Is J.J. attorney whose RORUAHD |John R. Smith 964-4217 .Linda W.Jqhni.964-4O97 J
POLICE CHIEF-For or pleading to' for Bradford County.. and :WOLBERT'liJJII'\ .' of name and address is Pursuant to Section .j' UlllJHOMES

Two Years tt.. Petition on the Peti- OF you or. requested to 'WOlBIIIT'/! "-JSAOtJ( & George H. Pierce P.O. 869.09. Florida Statute. i1 REALTY
ONE COMMIS. tloner's attorney, INTENTIONTO serve a copy of your''MiobLEToK i 'ISTARKEFIORIDA *,- Drawer 1030, Stork. notice Is hereby give I ,'

SIONER-Group 2 For RICHARD E. WELTY REGISTER written defenses. If any 3209 TV 'onoV, Florida 32091. and file that the undersigned. 'Phone 964-7700
FICTITIOUS the original with the JOE and AITZE 993 N. Temple Avenue i : "iuI(:> nitIS 9mO
Two Years. P.O. Box 995. Starke, to It, on the petitioner before July 23t.1981''and MIAO INVESTMENt?
ONE COMMISSIONER Florida 32091, and file, NAME whose name and address "-, file the original' With/ the 'l.rk of th3 cb! c'.': : ;red! 2317 N. Temple Ave. >f III "I rlJ !taoctuclirio(

-Group 4 For the original answer or Pursuant ,to Section I., SANDRA clerk'bf f tills'court either court on or before, July Stark. Fl. 32091) join 1 Acre lot, $3,000 with BUSINESS PROPERTY"1 asduD '(1J |

Two Years. pleading in the office of 6309, Florida Statutes CRAVEN 1224 N.1| beioreVervice on petli"tionen's : 16 1981, otherwise a owners,. doing business $500.00 down payments ji HA'H <
the Clerk of the Circuit notice Is hereby given Thompson St.. Stark.,,, ; attorney or Inv judgment mabe under the firm name of $55.25 monthly. ACREAGE main\ ? sin s'udT

Inspectors for said Court In and for Clay that' the undersigned Florida 32091 and file the me:liqf.Iy 3 thereafter; entered against you for SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTEL. I MOBllEI S rl r
election: County. Florida on or EILEEN KANGAS. Rt. 1. original with the cferfe of otherwise adjudgement the relief demanded In 2317 N. Temple Ave, I1 ac. farm, conc. blk. 3 H ,

Irma Buford, Annie P. before July 27. 1981. Box 559L2 Keystone the above styled court on will be entered for the the complaint or peti Starke, Fl. 32091 Intend BRoom, 2 bath home, with

Holton. Barbara Valin. If you fail to do so, Heights, Fl. 32656, sole or before, August II. relief demanded In the1 ,tion.WITNESS to register said fictitious all appliances and some ', i-i llil 0ESlbmit9b

ski Elna Schaflar. Marba judgment by default owner doing business 1981, otherwise a judgment petition.'" ,./ my hand and name under the .provslons turn on St. paved Rd. 323I 9miH
Whittle, Ella Mae Chas. will be taken againstyou under the firm name of may be entered J.JWJTNESSoJllT'\\/'hand! \ and the seal of this Court on of aforesaid ataeniaDAI

tain, Fay. Blalock, Grace for relief demanded EILEEN'S CUT AND CURL against you for the relief;;,,th' seal et.said Court: on June 10. 1981. statute. I Ac.. with trailer near .
Beol Kay Carter Ruby In the Petition. Rt. 1. Box 3S9L2 demanded In the cony JuneJ6,! 1981, ., Gilbert S. Brown, As Doted this 24th day of Crosby Lake. FfttrtKNERl.Sea'lo;
WITNESS hand and Fl. Clerk of the Court, June, A.D. 1981 In Brad. ..
Howell my Keystone Heights plaint or petition. Gilbert .,,$.,-' BroWn, By: ': rfai8
Alternates: seal this 24th day of 32636, Intends to WITNESS my hand and Marian McRae. as Deputy .' ford Florida. 6/25 4tchg a '
Clerk As Clerk of .saidCou
3 BR home furnished ,' IIiij "j .IJ. nlsjA:!
George Muggins. Jun. 1981.GEORGE register said fictitiousname the seal of this Court on Clerk. 7/16.
t,< ByFaye: N.: separate apartment, to 1 Haven Swink, L. CARLISLEA. under the provisions June 29. 1981. Whitehead.' .6/18 4tchg 19.NOTICE.
Said of aforesaid As Deputy.Clerkii .' rent, to help make '-y OS4-O&ID!!! () n, I
In Testimony whereof Clerk of Court, Gilbert S. Brown As .
I hereunto subscribe my by Gwen F. Jenner statute, Clerk of the Court By: 6/18'4tchg 7/9. INTENTIONTO 01 Want payments. arlt_ 'u>7IV Ij HniT 1 )

name and cause of the deputy clerk. Dated this 12th day of Beulah M. Moody at, .. '1quo1 .1f
Seal of the 'town to be <1/25 4tchg 7116.NOTICE Jun. A.D. 1981 in Clay, Deputy Clerk. IN THE CIRCUIT REGISTER 7/10 ac. St. Rd. 14 East ,,I I
hereunto affixed this the Florida, 6/18 4tchg 7/9. 7/2 4tpd 723.IN COURT EIGHTH FICTITIOUS Ads $1,000. 221 Lofdyeti.'St.'AcressOllicoSpoce' 1sj'Jlllw:;
30th day of June 1981. OF NAME ro "ra! jI bna ,(i:)
.45 from elf! '101
A D. ac. across Waldo :Ir"12
Charles Schoefer. lea! Mkt.. 4000. OFFICE HOURS 'IM!
Ownerwili -itli!: ; :
FICTITIOUS ;; .. 865.09. Statutes,
Mayor Commissioner.Merrill Edwards NAME GIVEN, that MARY LOU BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ., notice Is hereby given Bring finance. Monday. Friday?" 4 Saturday '-3M{ '11 I tifb
: GREEN the holder of the FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION that the undersigned
City CI.rk.Qualifying Pursuant to Section following certificates has CIVIL ACTION 'Case No. 81.198.TIMOTHY CARL. R..PETERSON. 118S Evenings: Please call BROOKER AREA-Nice concrete block home on 4% acres,

time for the 665.09, Florida Statutes, filed said certificates fora Ca.. No. 81278CA. DALE Thompson St.. Starke, Vernle Odom. Broker Highway an 2 sides with extra septic, well and light p61.'

above offices and closes opens at July 12 notice is hereby given tax deed to be issued In Re: The Adoption of I KOBFRTS Husband AND Fl 32091 tola owner do. Results GR''. Phone ""-5476. for another homeilte.. ;,:
1981., 21. 1931) that the undersigned' thereon. The certificate SHAWN ERIC NASWOR.I MARTHA DIANNA Ing business under the J.R. Kelly Associate fr'"*J
7/2 noon July 7/23. DIANA L. NOVOTNY. numbers and years of Issuance THY by JOEL S.I I ROBERTS Wife. firm name. of 'PAGE REDUCED TO $45.500. NINE ACRES on Hwy 100 East. Nc| <.
4tchg '
and ROBERT L. COOPER, the descriptionof BOLANTE his step NOTICEOF I three bedroom home and 2 barns Incl&ld.ef.Lolie

co.own.... doing the property and the father' SUIT- building set up for business.Mobile home hook-up Includ-

NOTICEALBERT F. YOUNG name business. of OTSEGO under the CEDAR firm assessed names in ore which as follows It was: -- ( Ralph Bryan Real Estat'211S.TEMPLEAVE. .... J .. -=-.

has made application LOG HOMES of NORTHWEST Certificate No. 130. WANT A"GOOD'MOTfl'with HiGH INCOME and GObp

to the Bradford County FL., Intends to Y.arof Issuance 1969 FINANC1NGT Call '
[9 us fordetOll.// ::
Zoning Board for register sold fictitious Description of Property I'i\
reclassification of theproperty name. under the provisions US 301! TWO BEAUTIFUL' h. ocrV homesltes between eysldni
d.lcrlb.db.low "S', of SW/4 of SW/4'
of aforesaid
from OR to RO: statute.' EX R/W. SEC. 30, (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q) and Melrose. GOOD, TERMS.tBUILDING'LOTS )

On. ((1)miles) ocr.North locatedtwo of June Dated, A.D.this 5th 1981 day In of .Township Name in 7 which S., Range assessed. 22. 964-5231 'NEW LOCATION- we NEED LISTINGS in.'the city with; ;1"'.rm..- j j

Starke on th.West side Florida. 6/18 C.N. Williams.All ; 964-8788 ANYTIME s .;;' ,: '-
Crsstview ,
Hwy 301 In Section 3. 4tpd 7/9. of said property SHADY CORNER LOT 2 bedroom 2' bath home, 30 ACRE FARM with 3BRV1:: >4' brlck, home nestled unbeautiful r

Township 6 Soulh. being In the County of quiet neighborhood fenced yard for the kids. $14.500. MONDAY-FRIDAY9-S p.m. SATURDAY pecans, rnagnoliofcheslnuts' 0101.... 24 ac es,

Range 22 East out of IN THE CIRCUIT Bradford.. State of Ev.nMgs and Sunday appointment In pasture, 6 acres In fll'lmiI., Partially, fenced. GOOD

Parcel 1965 for COURT. EIGHTH 'Florida. COUNTRY HOME 3 bedroom 2 both beautiful kit. Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR TERMS.. '. ;j. B '. { i!
ResidentIalAccountingOffice. ( JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Unless such certificateor cheis with built-in, bar. 65000. V : .I' I 1

AND FOR BRADFORD certificates, shall be RAIFORD A.IA-rW.: have. several lots, homes aild
This change In COUNTY. FLORIDA. redeemed. according to NSW LISTING 2 bedroom block home. excellent -'3 bedroom. 1 bath, block. ham. with'fireplace. $27.500, acreage \. 'fa 'choose fro mi'tt
classification Is subject CIVIL ACTION law the property described location $32,500. owner financed. .

to a public hearing to Case No. 81-273CA. In such certificate, or NOTHING BUT SHAD'on this beautiful four b.doo't; ;

b. held on Tuesday July In re: Th. Marriage of certificates will be soldto LOTS LAND -'3 Bedroom 2 bath. block home In mint condition. Has bath home loceted) In the lit/en 1." acre.. &
28. 1981 at 7:30 WILLIAM MILTON family room A .
p.m. the highest bidder at 5 acres lawtey ,. $17,500S scr..nedpatla cent heat/air almost ',
in the County Commission GILLILAND, Husband door new stove-ref.I dishwasher % lot $45,000.
th. court house on acres Ellington Rd. $15,000 en acre INVESTMENT "P1OPElRTlE.5hopplng
center site, off tc'4
Room in the Bradford and FANNIE LOUISE ;:
the 22nd day of July. 2Vi ; .
acres Ellington Rd. : $ .7IG buildings, stere/bulldlngs/ /rental and
County Cour. GILLILAND. Wife.NOTICE 1981.Dated ...,acres Union Co. C t'' "$'7.0CI. 'NfAT' 2 bedroom from., cor. lot screened: front porch. 1 sites en 301, property commertlal :
thouse. At this time allpersons this 1st day 'ot '.7S ecres Morgan Rd. 'if- $....000 lo.ed-ln: !' back perch. $22,500. jiH
interestedshall June, 1981.GILBERT. 1 acre .lots ef trees I'$$.000 20 ACRES-Good.l catlo/ .. 1.500 i J
be heard TO WILLIAM MILTON acre. Terms.
for : per
or S. BROWN. 7 acres Eunice' Road ? '$15,500 e''I ACRE mobile home lot near Laura Chu' h.$ ,OOO. f'j
against the proposal GILLILAND, General
CLERK, by Beulah M.
as specified, in the ZonI I Delivery. Birmingham. Moody. 5(has acres bern.Forsyth load ,&. ..$.7.000. e3 ACRES ,lust out of city .llmlts-$7.0OO... ..* THREE BEDROOM, .twobath, brick veneer home on )i 4
Code Bradford pump A septic) ACitlSss., ii >
ing of 4 Alabama. Clerk of Circuit Court A ] J{j

County. YOU ARE HEREBY of Bradford County I I 2 City lets. Orange St. ?. 1f",.30C1I -2%'' ACRIS $4.000 S Acre. $9,000 "" H.J '., .' ,1 l ;_ '"' ::1:'.
Donald L. ftardon. NOTIFIED that an action Florida 6/18 4tchg 7/9. Building Lot. if i$3.000 t terms,;,,, OWNER.FINANCING AVAILABLE AT 10% en this Foul
Chairman Bradford 'For Dissolution of mar- S acres near Keystone $12.000 ; HAVi b.dra.mr2'1s.t ho".ro''" ONI ACRE. jcA :r2
County Zoning Board. .lage has been filed IN THE/ CIRCUIT 2 Lets Old Lawtey Rd. l i{ $",000 Wf OTHlR.LISTINGS-CALL,US FOR Alt YOUR REAL 'J'' '.' ;

7/9I1ch9. igainst and ore COURT, EIGHTH each with owner terms' %," ESTATE NEEDS., .. -_ .. : k.,, JllApajftmentjJ'oiBeist.Appraisals . :..-1
you you : .. 7- .
.. <1
..",.. : :: :
44. .
'equlred to serve a copy JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .. ecres Breaker Rd, $12.090"' CALl USAT*'4.e7M ANYTIM*iiOAV; OR NIGHTlT'I > "' i's.4'T


tKey M.
Lillian C. Pearson
whose adiresi
C.Waters_*...."41Eileen Irene L. Faulkner
CIVIL ACTION I I.: Post Office Box Ca.. No. 8129ICA. Iroker/Salesmcm* Broker/Salesmen RIAlTOR-ASSOCIATI.944.5t42

CASENO.8O.5O5.CA 173. Hawthorn. Florida In Re: The Marriage of SI.n'.y473306Sr.t.y Office Manager '....745.. Lucille Spry-BROKER SALESMAN-964-B420
In re: The marriage of ,12640,, and file the SANDRA CRAVEN. Peti/ lewson-'... "27 984.5318 Alison Graudons-SALISMAN-944-SIM I
Cores 0'
U.S. 301 South and Edwards Reed Sana-re W.
L, EDGER THIGPEN. Hu..wj .- tioner/Wife Reddish REALTOR-ASSOCIATi.4JI.nnj

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', Ken Sanders, Jerry's in Jax. -

If you coaches ask Green Machine's playersand ing. But the Miami team gooseggedone ee/, ,. r f
they'll probably tell you inning, Machine never did, and
they did it at just the right time. that was the difference in a 57-43 Ic', p
Peaked that is. Machine win that saw 48 balls leave r
Machine, which had been the park, 28 by the winners. Machine
sometimes sluggish against mediocre 'led 57-36 heading into the bottom of
competition this season busted loose the last but even that margin was .r r
against legitimate powerhouses at threatened as Jerry's plated 12 runs
last weekend's Jacksonville Men's before Machine finally got the last
!SJow/ Pitch Invitational, capturing top 1tEr Itk
prize in the prestigious event that was out.Jax.. league co-leader Sherrod'sVan
its final tuneup before ASA competition fought through the loser's
starts with District's in Ocala July bracket against its more highly- Starke's Dixie Boys All Stars

17-19. regarded opponentsbeating DM Representing Starke In the Dixie Boys All Star tournament In Middleburg this and John David Francis.
'Coaches Jack Hazen and Ronnie 18-14, Ken Sanders.- York 27-21 and week are the players pictured above. Back row, left to right. Mike Colvin, Kim Willis, Curium. .Nihns.m.. Coach I
Thomas had promised that Machinehadn't Jerry's 29-25 in back-to-back games They are: kneeling, from left to right Daniel Duffy, Allen Hall, Mike Gowens, Gerald Itlankenshlp, Rick Welch Coach John Johnson, Gerald Urovui. ('."ad.
peaked yet but after last Sunday. After that day they were no Tony Milliard, batboy Shane Irons, Doug Samons. Marty Irons Keith Kehoe, Hiram Chappell, Brad Brown Jason Polk, Mike t'liappell, nail Harry Warrrn.
weekend they were saying the mean- match for Machine in Sunday after
hitting Green had started its surge. noon's finals being bombed 36-13 as
Led by the guy who was the MVP Machine unleashed 20 more HR's.
choiceFred Winston (.793 batting "We couldn't be happier right Brown K's 11]L as Boys All Stars Rap Bel-Med I
'average, 19 homers, 29 RBIs) and the now," Thomas said Monday. ."This
'man who Just missedKen Carlton happened when we needed it, right as
(.828, 18 29 ribbles) Machine "
the tournaments (ASA) are
cracked 94 home runs out of Drew Of the slugfests with Sanders starting.and Pitcher Gerald Brown fired a five- he lofted an off the wall double that Colvin lined a single Into right field to In other action in the first two clays
hitter and his teamates provided plen- just missed going over the fence but send him to second. Brown then
'Park and scored 179 runs in 5 gamesan Jerry's Thomas added "I've been of the tourney Keystone beat Lake City -
ty of support as the Starke Dixie Boys no one could bring him In and the smacked double to center fieldto
'( average of 35.8 per game) to win 5 messing with Softball for what.. 21 a deep 7-6 before falling to Middlfburg and
All-Star Baseball team defeated Bel-
score remained 40. plate both baserunners. Jackson Bel-Med Gainesville East:
straight. That all started with a hardly And topped
those are 2 of the best
astounding 11-8 decision of the years&ballgames I've been associatedwith. Med American 6-3 Tuesday night in Bel-Med finally put together a rally Polk hit a single and Doug Samons before falling to Starke.
'Daytona Stars but from then on the ." ever their opener in the area All-Star tour- in the fifth Inning when two singles knocked Brown in with a double for The winner of the Dixie Boys) tour-
: nament for 13-14 year olds being and a double put three runs on- the Starke's final tallies.
numbers nament goes to Highland City for tIn-
big were being
rung up. Winston and Carlton led an' all-
played in Middleburg.By board and them to
'Machine smoked local favorite tournament team that also included brought within one State Tourney with the )Florida
run at 43. Brown struck out four batters In a champ advancing ID the Dixie Boys
Racing 42-21 with a 20-homer teamates
Ray Fleetwood (.572, 11
beating Bel-Med, the Starke row during the last two innings and be
barrage. The Starke club tallied 11 World Series to held this year in
HRs,19 RBIs), Bubba Bozeman (.704. team stays in the winner's bracket of The Starke team struck back in the Starke held on to rack up their first
Gulf Breeze Florida in I the Panhandle.
scores before the first out was made 7 HRs 10 RBIs) and Mummaw ( -
this double elimination tourney and sixth when Mike Berry walked and tournament victory 63.
their first time out and at time led .
one 12 HRs, 22 RBIs) along with Sherrod'sSteve were to face Middleburg, the host
360. Smith, Jerry Sherrod, Kendall team, in the winner's bracket finals
Next up was Ken Sanders York Driggers, and John Brown; Jerry's -- - -
Wednesday, July 8 at 8:45:
Barbell, a combination of 2 world James Boyette and Greg Furman; p.m. Close But No for Minor stars:
powers- that came in ranked number 3 and Billy Pollock (18 HRs, 7 in one Pitcher Brown showed the large Cigar
'Inthe U.S. 7 innings of counter- game) of Ken Sanders York. crowd plenty of stuff in the first
slugging later Machine won in the bot- Also for Machine Mike Jacobs hit game. The tall right-hander struck I
'tom of the last as Winston drilled a .552 with 6 homers and 17 nibbles; out 11 batters and stayed out of trou-
2-'run shot to tie the count 32-all and Randall McGee hit at a .692 pace ble the entire seven innings as his As Middleburg Wins 5-2 in FirstRoundIt

Richard Mummaw smoked a solo despite not hitting for power; Kevin teamates gave him a few runs for a
psbot over the outfield bleachers for Kelly was at .643 with 7 HRs and 13 cushion in the early going.
< the winner. RBIs; Terry Stratton hit/even .600
( As good as that game was Sunday with 7 homers, 11 RBIs; and Dennis "Gerald pitched a fine game, its a was a game either team. could halfway up the fence in left. That squeeze bunt down and when Mid-
i 5 morning's winner's.bracket finals encounter Crawford added 5 four-baggers and a great way to open the tournament have won' "" scored; 1 run and Rivers came in with dleburg's third base dove for horn
)with! numljer 2 ranked Jerry's dozen RBIs. with a win like this one:'.SflI a.bappy *.*.is Both had 3 biU.t. both'Wd scoring o>'',o ..the second on a passed ball. 2 innings but missed the plate Powers was sale.
1 Catering ol :Miami" migtir-huva been'- *-'waters'Bulldozing) of Starke played L""Iftatf: Cbach'mk' MChap after,the 'purtunities vanish. Matt Whitehead later,, the score now tied 2-2, to make it 2-1. Johnson then groundedout
even better. Back and forth the 2 2 games1 in the tourney losing to game. "We hit the ball better than we threw a strong ballgame for Starke, again came up with 2 men on and to first to get Douglas home with
belting lineups went, starting with a Thompson's of Savannah 16-4 andCarter's have in a long time and our fieldingwas Middleburg's pitchers Gary Rivers. again delivered-- lining a single to the evener.
tight when it needed to be, I thinkwe're center to score Rivers with the
14-11 Jerry's advantage after one inn-. 4-2. effective
Grocery and Junior Braddy were just as But that was all for Starke as Brad-
off to a good start. ahead run. A groundout got Gary
For 1011ear old boys the and
t:1 dy's fastball) (lie Middleburg
The first Inning went scoreless as King home and Middleburg led 4-2.
8 defense was superb.In defense put the clamps in. The double
both teams felt each other out. In the
The defensive gem had occurred in play got them out of the third and
the end it was a key defensive
of the second Starke's Carlton
8.Starke Golfers Go After Johnson top slammed a, clean double into play and the power hitting of big the top of the third. With Tim Lewison after Douglas singled and took secondon
Braddy that was Middleburg's ace in with a walk and one down Rob a passed ball in the fourth Braddygot
left field and stole third on the next
the hole in a 5-2 win over Starke Tues- Powers, who had already stroked 1 a pop-up and 2 strikeouts
pitch. Brad Brown then knocked
a day night in the Dixie Youth Minor All single ripped a pitch down the right
Club single past the second baseman and
Championships, Johnson came home for Starke's first Star tournament being played this side. Middleburg's first baseman Middleburg upped the advantage to
run of the tournament. week at Pratt St. Field in Starke. The gloved the ball on a fine play and 5-2 in the fifth on a wa Ik, a ground rule
loss moved Starke into a 8:49: Wednesday doubled the startled Lewis off first to double by Rivers, and a run-scoring

Once again club championships are The other 6 flights will not have set Brown struck out the side in the bot- matchup with a. loser to get Middleburg out of the inning. Ed- groundout Starke ended that inning
I on the line at the Starke Golf & Country tee-off times for Saturday's play, tom of the inning and the local All- Monday but a winner over in an die Douglas started Starke's next at with a pretty double play that wont
Stars wasted little time getting on the elimination If the bat with a rope single to center and from Douglas at second to Lewis at
I Club as members tee it,up on the:.., golfers playing at their own discre- />game tTuesday.
!hole layout this weekend. tion. Starting times for Sunday's final Scoreboard again./ Starke team wins Wednesday to stay after the game the local coaches were first to Bo Bishop at home.
I There 7 flights this aid round will be determined after Saturday's alive they'll play Friday night July saying the twin-killing at first was the
year in the fifth Starke's first hatter .
Again -
Mike Colvin went to first when he turning point in the ballgame.;!
10, at 41:30"< against the tourney'sunbeaten
I in. will
1 tourney: nr gtogproverHoward.Thegelfery; scores are Play pro- outran a hard throw by the shortstop reached as Johnson produced .a
Z'li UiJ8 U. will go after the tillliiiliina&cHArnp" bably start at 8 a.m. for the morning after a bad hop, then pitcher Brown team:' Starke had threatened in the top of single but 2 strikeouts and a fielder's

':"* in the championship group and 1:30 for the afternoon ses- drew a walk from his rival to put run- Keystone, a-4-3 last-inning winner the first,. loading the basses with 2 choice grounder later Middle-burg
ril lll'TOnrib 1l1 ndicappers.2tlme sion' Howard said. ners on first and second. Doug over Bel-Med American, and Lake Ci- gone as Jason Johnson reached on an again had gotten by. Braddy got the
deendinqthamp' Richard The other flights are the 1st for 8-10 Samons sacrificed Colvin in seconds ty, a 19-4 winner over Bel-Med Na- error and Chuck Mullins and hosts 1-2-3 in the sixth.
Gaines is again the favorite bringing handicaps, second for 11-13, third for later and Rick Welch hit a single that tional were to off Wednesdayat Whitehead walked. But Rivers got a
2MR1tiW'cap! ( :!: alnes shot even par' 14-16, fourth for 17-19, fifth for 20-22, scored Brown. 6 with square the winner taking on strikeout to strand all 3. Offensively for Starke Douglas was
fTtaiilci, ( wfasayearover Harold and the sixth for 23-and-up handicappers. Middleburg p.m. Thursday at 6:30. After Middleburg jumped into the 1-1, reaching base both times out
"Bish Q Igh 'df't7774-151 effort Johnson smashed a line drive single lead the local stars tied it right back Powers was 1-2. and Johnson! l-i.:
Again mttns yekr"' Bishop, a'RnnfOpapper ,All golfers'will play 13 holes both after the dust had settled and Brown Braddy's power wasn't hidden for up. Powers singled and Eddie
will be prime.competi- Saturday and Sunday with scratch came home from second. Starke led long Monday., In the. bottom of the Douglas walked and both moved up 141
t G I1Jn-; : scores going on the boards for the 40.Second first with men on first' and. second on a wild pitch. lout later Chris Mlddl.lor ..... 1C}ala Ol.000 I J IW 9 4 I
fije-ifff limes for the 2 chal Jpion-, 'championship and first 5 flights while baseman Samons 'turned after a sin le and error he boomed the Noegel walked to load the bases. Junior .f. ht groups are 1:00: p.m. for theswne..GaInes those in the sixth flight will receive back a brief Bel-Med rally in the top first delivery from Whitehead David Lizenbee then dropped a soft 31- toddy(M).
Clyde Ter- their handicaps. of the third inning with a nifty
''willegar ((4 handicap), Jack Hazen Trophies) to the winner and run- unassisted double play and Brown
(5): ), and"Randy'Jones (6) -- and 1:08: nerup in each flight will be passed fanned the third batter to put Bel-Med 141 D4
for the second group-' Bishop, Danny down in order in the third.
McKinney (4)). Steve Simmons ((5), out.Entry Cor the tournament was free Keith Kehoe hit the longest ball of
and Jim Hester ((7), for all club members. the night in the top of the fourth when

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Bradford Bassmasters held their last tournament for the 80-81 season. OHn's Ru lnnerup ,", \' '. I Kevin' Hamm, Leon Cummings and' Jr. Midget 10-12; and Midget 1113. firsts. Running in the 9-10 group;
tournament Friday night I'm proud to say that up until now we James Reed can was first in the 100 (H*) am i
monthly :
have had In Waldo Tourney ( ) olld in tr.
June J2th. Tournament was held at an accident free year. I Roadrunners ScoreIn ((78.6)In'rthen8-7
Rodman. , ', sure hope our Club continues: to be Olin's Mobile Homes of Starke took Pop Warner All-Comers Meet ) boys cat
blessed in this way. second In a men's Softball tournamentput' Hawkins was first In the 100113.8 '
The Tournament began at 8 p.m., I am also proud to say we have a on by IBEW in Waldo last Registration Set 9 members of the Bradford 220 ((37.3)and third in'theMO ((1: '
June 12th, and ended 8 a.m.June 13. bunch of good close men in our Club, weekend.The Registration for the Bradford Roadrunner Club went to Orange'' Other entrants for the Roadrw
Boats were launched at Kenwood always looking out for one another. I host IBEW club won the Cowboys Pop Warner football teams Park High f6r another Thursday all- were: Tyffany Griffis, 1st in ;
Landing. hope this relationship continues to tourney while Olin's won a, 5-1 have been set for Saturdays startingthe comers track meet last week and the 16-17 880 ((3:03.5): and 3rd in the :
Rodman is still clear. and a little grow because this is what it is all ballgame to wrap up second place.. In end of this month and running. group brought back 13 first places: ((6:25.3)); Herbert Hawkins 1st i
low. about, that game for second Norman Easley through August 1. Pam Hawkins continued her boys 16-17 triple jump ((39'10") !
I would like to extend to each and Charley Corbitt rapped triples Signups will be held at the Bradford unbeaten string with firsts in the 100 2nd in the 100 ((10.9)); Collis Warn i
The grass is not too bad yet but it is Bassmaster the best during the 81-82 and Harold Chandler and, Andrew Square Shopping Plaza in front, of (11.01)), 220 ((27.3)).and 440(61.8)) while in boys 12-13 mile H( :4Z.9) and 2
coming on fast. Season. Carter added in doubles. TG&Y' from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July Paul McKinney, won in both the mile 880 ((2:35.1): ; Henry Cooper in i
At 8 p,in. all Bassmasters headed in Also helping Olin's take home second 11, 18, and 25, and August 1. ((5:17.3): and 2-mile (11:31.2): for his same age group 2-mile ((15:30.2): )
their favorite direction knowing they Bass Wishes were Ulysses Dominion Age groups are Mitey Mito 7-9 year age group and,young Scott: Duncanand mile (8:83.1)>); and John Loper 3.
had, those hawgs located Neil Crawford Roderick DeSue, Charles Wright olds; Jr. Pee Wee 8-10; Pee Wee 9-11; Benji Hawkins_ both scored 2 both the boys'. 9-1Q 100(17.3)) am
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the 80-81 season is about
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.Playing before 1 Starke's Best Go After
a packed house at %, ,
Edwards: Road Field the cardiac kids r' .,, I ht
of the First Methodist Church team Church Sub-District WinWins
gave the fans a dramatic finish to the ?

Church season last Thursday night. fi 6' or even second places for that matter, in Church Sub-District tournaments
Methodist fell behind 9-0in its playoff ft have been hard to come by for Starke teams but the 3 top finishers in
game for second with Church of God maybe the tightest Starke Church League hope to change all that as they go
but then rallied furiously to tie the s 4H after the Sub-District title in Lake Butler this weekend. The top 2 finishers in
showdown and finally win 15>>-11 in the Sub-District move on in the ASA tournament scheme, winning tickets to the
last, inning to lay claim to the run District's set for July 17.19 in Cocoa.

nerup trophy. League champion Kingsley Lake Baptist, runnerup 1st Methodist, and third-
placer Church of God have all proved they can at least beat each other and now
Men's Church go after outside opposition with all 3 opening up Friday night.In .
7 p.m.openers Friday 1st Methodist plays Church of Christ,the top entered
.:: .' II team from Lake City, on 1 field while Kingsley tests 1st Baptist of Gainesville,
Softball which went 12-6 in Gainesville's church league At 9:30 Church of God goes

against the Prophets of Sanderson (near Macclenny).
: : Ii '! 1i: The 8:15: game matches Alachua's 1st Methodist against the winner of a

Final landing '_ ,_ H ." 1: playoff for Lake City's number 2 spot, either Parkview Baptist or Huntsville
.,Lak.Baptlil 1S-2 Baptist.
Methodist 14... Kingsley Lake Baptist- Men's Church League Kingpin Wesley Methodist, which went 16-2 to win the Gainesville league and is probably
I the pre-tourney favorite, got the first round bye. They'll play the winnerof
Church of Ood Winner this In
14.. Kingsley year the St"rlie Men Church league was Back row. I. (o r.,Dennis Crawford. Dwayne Hardee. Don- game 1 (1st Methodist's game) at 8 a.m. Saturday morning

Calvary*Baptist laptlit 104Hop. *. ESSSttSSX* Terry. ""** Roger Bennett, Tourney action continues all day Saturday with the championship game set
1Irook.r trophies are, bottom
for 8:30 and the if for 9:45.Starke's .
Baptist '.ID row,left to right: Kenneth Mott, GII Brown, batboy Jeremy Not pictured are Coolidge Gassett and Billy McRae. pm. necessary game :
Madison St.Baptist '..IDSt. Crawford, Leroy Ennis, Darren Hardee, and Mike McRae,
.Work's/I plieopol! 4.12
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Jr. Stan 2.14 I : ; for Women's "B" CrownFour

Also Thursday Kingsley Lake wrap-' '

ped up a 15-2 first-place season withan 4l teams from outside leagues and the top three finishers in the local
18-2 win over the Jr. Stars and league will vie for top honors as Starke hosts the Women's "B" Sub-District
Madison St. s tly
outscored Hope Baptist Softball tournament at Westside Field this weekend.
1916.! tor Continental Waters,a team that tied for second with Chestnut& Dorseys and
r i i1'r the Drifters in Gainesville's women's league, is the top Gainesville represen--
Methodist 15 Church of God t 11 tative, while Lake City Athletic is the top-seeded team from the Lake City
((2nd place playomThe' i league and the Dominos are Starke's number one rated team coming in.
runnoff for second was like 2 y Continental Waters was 15-5 in the Gainvesille league (behind 20-0 Skeeters)
different ballgames. First it was and will open the tourney Friday night at 7 p.m.against the Bradford Furniture
Church of God bolting. out to a 9-0 a ya Saints, who took third in Starke with a 10-11( mark. At 8:15: Lorelei, which was
lead. 12-8 for fifth place in Gainesville, takes on Starke's number 2 team, the
They tallied 2 in the'first, Farelon Dazzlers, who were 14-8 in league play.At 9:30 Friday night the Dominos, who
McClellan doubling home Sam were 18-1 in the league, go against Lake City Athletic Attic.
Bassett with the first score, Harvey The Athletics got the first-round bye and will start Saturday off with a 9 a.m.
Smith's RBI triple was the big blow in tilt with the game-1 winner while the survivors of games 2 and 3 square off at
a 5-run second and Harvey Rhoden 10 15 In the other winner's bracket semifinal.
smacked a 2-run shot out of Edwards Play continues all day Saturday with the first championship game set for 7
Rd. to make it0 after 3 frames

But Methodist was not to denied. t r p.m.The top 2 finishers at Sub-District move on to District, which is set for July
They got 3 runs home in the fourth : 24-26 in Crystal River.
and then cut the gap to 9-8 with 5 -- 1 ;dq ;
scores in the fifth. Finally in the sixth : Friday's Night's Openers:

Scott Polk scored as Drew Barry 7:00- Starke Saints versus Continental Waters
singled off Al Waddell's glove to knot
8:15Starke Dazzlers Lorelei
the game 9-9 heading' into the last versus
frame. 9:30Starke Dominos versus LC Athletic AttlcMen's
Methodist sent 6 men across in the : '

last, busting 6.hits in a a row. John
uempsey started the rally with a Church League Runnerup 1st Methodist
single and Doug Reddish doubled to Clubs at Raiford
left-center. Pat Mundorff stroked a They had to come back from a 9-0 deficit in a playoff right, Erie Biggs) John Dempsey, Brett Smith Ricky
single up the middle for 2 RBIs and a game to do It but 1st Methodist captured se4ondplace In the Johns, and Glenn Polk. Back row, left to right Gareth For FSP Benefit Tourney
9-7 lead. Kevin Tillman delivered Starke Church League. Jones,1"Kevin Tillman, Nelson Green Jay Eaves Drew
another single and took second when Members of that runnerup team were. : front row, left to Barry, Pal Mundorff.. Scott. Polk, and Dcug Reddish.} '
Mundorff:'hustled to third t "'' I w. rp1 : ,.,; ., ". ?" \.mn"; & Softball tournament for the Florida:State Prison scholarship,,' fundrMJtxrrleJd .
around V and.,10, L...:..', I \ L .lOr.i ja, p.niii.1. ; .ro-; "l in.i! at tire Raifprd ballpark as part bra weekend! ct fundrafsinff.'Sii'teams ( .
- ErieBigg i1I al\8 rap thug"\ "' 'I cam &i l strike16y''fvtcClelian to "batsf-Mike'Mi'Mae. was ''M Ind' homer that won,the gamenthgbot- .
the box t< '(Ore 2'more rlrpj >>igg9,, I- end the pressure-packed ballgame. Douglas Crawford Was 2-5 with a doutom of the last. were committed at press time'and hopes were for a 12-teamer.
went to third on 'the"throw-in and ble. ..; NAPA and Poor Boys of the Lake Butler league were in, along with Starke
scored on a Ricky Johns single with Kingsley 18 Jr. Stars 2 For the Jr. Stars Tommy Crosby' Also Ralph Morgan was 3-5 with a league champ Hayes Builders & Electric, Macclenny's second half leader the
Johns later scoring on a throwing error The league champs closed out the was 11. double and Andy Jordan and Gary Crackers, and Olin's Mobile Homes and the Starke Renegades.
to make it 159. year with an easy win as Roger Ben- Robinson 2-4 for the winners. Action starts Friday night at 7 p,m. with Softball all day Saturday. The
Church of God came up.with 2 in its nett went 4-for-4 with 2 doubles and tourney will either wrap up Saturday night or continue Sunday morning depending -
half of the last as a throwing error Terry Hardee went 3-3 with a triple in Madison 19 Hope IS Hope's Richard Denmark was 3-3, on the number of teams.
allowed Tom Bailey and Sam Bassettto the closeout game. Madison St. Baptist's Gary Melvin Ron Strickland 2-4. and Steve Henkle Barbecue chicken dinners,complete with all the trimmings, will be sold for$2
come around but Dempsey slipped Dwayne Hardee: added 3 hits in 4 at went 3-for-S and smacked the 3-run doubled at the ballpark and raffle tickets for a chance at a Remington 1100 shotgun will
be sold for 50 cents. The drawing for that gun will be held Saturday at the UCI-
FSP pistol range.Clay .

I Fi Teams Packed Together Near Top of League

Y Jr. I Electric Ventures
rallying Royals as and Salina N. scored .
The Jr. tball league stayed tight Tammy ,
with the dres; winning) M0rtdylt!: Jr. SoftballFor Richard scored 4 times and Tara twice. Into "Industrial" PlayIt
take over ,a'scant half" crossed home 3 times L' ; June 25,

game ova lite EjtttoeJJust\ {1, Lisa Tierney and Len scored 3 runs Expos 10- Brewers 8 ,- was an idea probably born years ago when somebody first got the notion
game out i t. BrJwerg' "' 'and' the winners Jackso scored 3 for the losing Royals. >Kelly Jackson was the only Expo that Clay Electric Cooperative had a bunch of pretty darn good Softball playersin
the S'b c: .; times while Kembo Woods had 2 runs player' to ,,score twice but 8 other its midst. The calibre of ball played in the first and second annual Clay Co-op
Royal : for the Brewers. June 28 players a Iso tallied runs and that add- employee tourneys strengthened the thought.And now Clay Electric has its own

r:.: ... Royals 21 A's 15 ed up to victory.. all-employees Softball team ready to take what is maybe this area's first dive
Padres 7 July and Robert touched into amatuer Softball's Industrial division.
Roy, Randy P ever
Judson son scored the winning Brewers 3'. Cubs 1 home 3 times and Sabrina scored HA': ) ,'i June24. Industrial softball includes only teams made up solely of employees of the
run in the. xof the fefghtfi :.J6$"'the. Kenneth Rasnick was the only twice as the Royals topped the A's 'Royals 14 Cubs 5 company. Clay Electric isn't sponsoring the outfit, instead money was,raised
Padres ally by the BrewerSJ' r' player in the game to score 2 runs ashe Friday. The Royals,toppled the Cubs from through donations, mostly from company employees. "
\ (\ rr rI \ -. led the Brewers past the Cubs. their undefeated perches Roy Shane The team, which was officially put together not even a month ago,just before
Sandi and Suzie scored 3 runs and Jackson; :Jimmy, Greg, Johnny the June 20 ASA registration deadline, goes to Ocala this weekend for the
A's 14 r Expos 6 Amy D.,Eric, and Stefanie Cubbedge Jackson, and Lisa Tierney all scored District Industrial Tournament.As .
Stefanie Cubbedge scored 3 runs each tallied 2 runs for the A's. 2 runs in a balanced attack.

and Lori Alvarez Tracy Rowan, and : Industrial softball is new to this area the District's,and the level of compe-
Mike Alvarez added 2 scores apiece. Padres-Cubs 7 For the Cubs Kevin Cogdill had 2 tion they'll find, is a big question mark for the Clay team. But PlayerCoachSteve
\,_. as the A's knocked off the Expos. Lori scored 3 times,and Tara,Tammy scores' Thomas, who says he's been involved in the Industrial softball discus-
:' I'TtiiJ': Mike Jackson and Eric Verunac Lynn,. Judson, Jason Hersey. < i i" sions in the past but always was too busy with Starke league softball to help get
scored a couple of times for the Ex Mike B., Donna, and Deanna all A's 10.Brewers 7 the idea off the ground till now, is confident Clay Electric can play. The Uncle
j3each pos. touched home twice as the Padres Stephanie Cubbedge ,and Tracy Roy's team from Ocala Is defending state Industrial champ Thomas says and
edged the Cubs. Rowan were the big guns as the A's he and other locals who have watched Uncle Roy's in action feel a Clay Electric
Is' ply Bag'sSAVE : pocketed their 1st victory scoring 3 team can compete on that level. '
June29 Darrell, Chuck L., and Jimmy U. times each. /
Padres 18 Royals U scored 3 runs for the losers while Stacy Lloyd was a 3-time scorer for As a tuneup for the Industrial tourney's the Clay Electric team has been com-
The Padres nudged by the late- Chad Reddish, Ricky Sanford, andCHRIST the Brewers and Chris Simmons peting as the Has-Beens in the Keystone over-30 league, winning 5 straight
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I Saints Topple Slaves: Rowdies for 3rd

Saints 7 Rowdies 3 ,
The Bradford Furniture Saints
won Mary Felton came off'the bench to t A\
two last Thursday
playoff games deliver a triple and single and both
night, July 2, to break a 3-way tie and B.J. Hollingsworth and Penny
claim to third in Starlce'sWomen's
lay place
Aderholt were 2-4 as the Saints topped
League. the Rowdies in the first playoff.
The Saints went to work in the
Ginny Kilby led.the Rowdies with a
fourth inning and topped the Rowdies V9 tk ,
2-4 1
7-3 and then blanked Lawtey's Slaves Saints- Slaves 0 game. 1
9-0 in the nightcap of the 3-way The Saints limited the Slaves to 5 I J
final W-l /
tiebreaker at Edwards Rd. Field. base hits and slapped 13 themselvesin Standing c sY
Domino 18-1
All 3 teams ended up with 11 regular winning by shutout for third place. Doiilor 14RowdlM -
season losses after the Rowdies Teresa Felton was 3-for-4 with a triple -
forfeited twice to the Dazzlers on to lead the winners while Sandra _
Wednesday night. The Rowdies Cauley was 3-5 and Mary Felton and Saints 'a HI 11 AJ ser
tawt.ySlav. -
started with just 9 players and when 1 Vicky O'Connel busted doubles.
Creek 0-11
was hurt (with the Dazzlers leading Kelly Richards and Libby Hudginswere Alligator _
($.1) the games couldn't continue.On both 2-3 for the Slaves. (* won playoff for 3..01)) 1 C

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The Best of Dixie Majors... The Mets

The Mets defeated Lawtey Blue 2-straight to win the Carver, and bat boy Brian Dobbins Standing, left to right. I
Starke Dixie Youth Major League title. Drew Davis Hal Wood. Brian Whitehead. Coach Fred Dobbins
Pictured are. front row, left to right: Jason Muggins Steven Jones David Burn. Coach Warren Carver,
Kyle Harrison. Brian Davis; Randy Stabler, Jamey and Kristin Alday.
) r

; 'I it Li Mets Wrap Up Championship SeriesThe I

Mets wrapped up the Dixie Ma- Steven Jones jumped the Met lead
jor League championship with an Dixie Major 13.5 after 2 innings and it went to 16-5
18-10 win over Lawtey Blue last as Wood smacked a 2-run shot in the
Wednesday thus wrapping up a BaseballBut third.
2-game sweep of their championshipseries. For the game Wood was 2-for-4 with
3 RBIs to lead the winners while
The Mets,who had won 15-6 in game Jones was also( 2.4 and Davis was 1-1,
1 Tuesday night, survived a rough the first-half champ Mets reaching base all i 5 times up.
start as Blue, keyed by a double by rallied back with 8 scores in the bot- For Blue Anders was a perfect 4-4,
Scotty Anders and a grandslamhome tom of the first frame, thanks to 8 Terellis Johnson went 2-3, and Gid-
run by Tammy Giddens, bases on balls, a double by Hal Wood, dens and Robert Starling had the
: ; jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of and a 2-run homer by Drew Davis. 6 other hits off winning pitcher Brian
1 _u___. _u_.._. _ JI the first. more .free passes and a single by Whitehead.

Women's League
The Dazzlers took second place in the 1981
Members of that club pictured are:
Nancy Teston, Penny Hannah Terri p< >,": *
and Beth Tanner. Standing left to right. i
Mitiel Susan Fuenles Paula Wilcox. "Red" He's
ner. golthase


Domino Year 'f? '. >\ \\ below

: : .. Dip
June 25 the Dominos softball
team won their last game of the city ,
league season to wrap up their fourth to S -'
straight campaign as Starke the minimumbalance
Women's League champs. With that
kind of history winning league cham- x F ii
pionships for the Dominos who ended t '
18-1 in league play, is routine. But this
year it meant something special.For :
last week's season finale the ( -
Dominos didn't wear their usual e. "

orange they wore and T-shirts white honoring uniforms.their Instead cat- and" ,

cher (they don't call her "former cat- just ; stuck withservice :::'
cher") Terri! Parrish, who was :: :
seriously injured in a car wreck 6 .
weeks ago and who is now undergoing
rehabilitative therapy in Jackson ing ) ,
ville. \ the
"This One's for You Terri" is the live w 4
way the shirts read, and that's what the t ) 41
the Dominos have done, dedicate this
softball year to the teamate who can //
no longer take her position behind the ..h
home plate but is still a teamate in arBe :::::
every sense of the word. has S ::::::
Team spirit is up recently not just ;::::
because of another league crown, but :
because Terri has taken turns for the
better.In ( blues. ..::f.: !;j
the 1-car accident which ocurred ;:i i'i' :::: :
Terri thrown from :-..:=::::::
May 15, 1981, was :..
her vehicle and suffered multiple inJuries :-::
a broken collarbone breaks Is ;.---..'-. .
in both hips that required 12 pins 6 -::::: :
broken ribs both lungs punctured a \ :::::;
broken pelvis, and .4 broken ver- '. J.,,,>',, .f f ::: :::
tabraes among the damage. She was are :,.H l. "" \'', ' .I.Ir
paralized with rumors flying that it :. :2gVT
I: : .
would be forever. \ .. ;' -
This is the way her teamates tell the i,' :::1=,; > .
Terri's story. She spent 2 weeks in the ., 1. ;' ;" ::' 1
surgical intensive care unit at part \ : .' ,,, .,? : _-:-<
sit: : :
Alachua General Hospital while her f < !." -
'/ :
condition described ; 'S >
was as '
very very was .
;1, :
serious at one time. It got better. still ., ; ; ..\.JI.:. ; ,;) ", '
New hope arose when Terri was or ;'j\ ,.
moved to a fourth floor room for a 'XTs 't;: .
week. Still through the first three \ '. ;',: ''.\ "
weeks she had to be held in a Hoffman '. \, : ," '. ',I..j H e .":,ii\ti :",-.i::: ; '
apparatus and in a bed that would roll and E : ,' ,'i ...., t.\, t1. <. ;
her from side to side to keep her from "'..... :(.., '", ';:;;,0' ," ; ,
developing pneumonia. She was mov- .<"t, '.'f :N. >t. It!: 1'",-
ed to Haven's Children's : .
to : f. '
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Hospital where an extensive 7-hour ( ; 1 '-"." '

operation vertabrae was to straighten performed.the Pins broken were / ,if' : .. ... .' :.. 'J"f" <.:, .::.-:.'.,.'.::';' .

placed through the displaced ver ,. ....... : ..: .'.".,1.., ., .
tabrae and 2 steel rods aligned on : '. ...""-" .,, .i",: '"
either side of her spine with bone "We "- 7" I iD :- "" '
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athletes from Alachua, Baker, Bradford r ,.." ",!'.'.:' .
Clay, Columbia, Duval, Flagler, ". .,..':,.... .L.:.::

Gilchrist, St. Johns Levy,Marion and Union Nassau Countiesare Put Switch to our new" hassle-free checking acminimum balance in checking. And you still geL:1:\ "

nam invited to participate in the Sun- count. You earn interest on checking (NOW) with the highest interest rate allowed on your savings. ., ,':" : "

shine State Games District III com- none of the hassles.'No' minimum balance for With either plan you have an automatic '..1 t',' .' ..r .

petitions scheduled for Saturday,July checking. And no service charge. friendship with Tillie the Alltime Teller. Bank \ : ';\ '
the Florida Gover
11. Sponsored by ,i
nor's Council on Physical Fitness and (. Keep $1.000'or more in your savings and earn when you'want to. not when you have to., 24 .1,J q -' .

Sports both competitions are free the highest interest rate allowed by law. Earn hours a day. 7 days a week.. < .; "!,t .. '
and will allow the top two qualifiers In the Hassle-free is to avoid, : '
each event to advance to the Sunshine '. same rate on the money your checking checking a sure way : ,. :
State Games Finals in Gainesville. this account no matter what the balance is. the TJip-below-the-minimum-balance-stuck-with-; : ,: .

District III amateur wrestlers with a With $500 in your savings account,.you can the- ryice-charge" blues. Stop,in and see us .': ;it, i :.:: : ,} .
hopes of qualifying for the Sunshine .,. for details. i'....' ';- \ !} :'r
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a.m. on Saturday, July 11. Awrestler's ;' \i' .. I,.
-to ,, . '.' :t,;
be ;
rules clinic will held ... .3
from 9 to 9:30 a.m., with the double ( ;. '" II!
elimination tournament beginning at ', : .. ,. .' "
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District Curtis III at Wrestling 725-9577. ChairpersonDon ,"r.\I, ; ,.J', : Bank', at Starks'lelletKui ]I. r : :' : :. "".t'd' ;' : dl

The District, organized III track by and Chairperson field competition ', .. ,f. '. at Clmk" air** StarK. Florida' 3X91' SOt/SM-TOSO. ,. ,VC .' ; $aw;; "i, fiJi

Larry Monta will be held at the North
Campus of Florida Junior College '. .
Capper Road in Jacksonville. The

field events will begin at 4:30 p.m., 1981 Florida National Bank with the running events starting at Tlllle Iha Alltime T lli i* a ragtateroxi\ trademark./Equal Mowing Lender.
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Julys, 1981

'Our Country Day' -- Keystone Style )

Keystone Heights doesn't slouch on its Fourth of July celebra- I
tion and its 12th Annual "Our Country Day" was no exception.A .
1L7tt three-day weekend full of activities began in Keystone Fri-
day, July 3, with a Broadway musical production by the
Melrose Music Theatre, Inc. at the KH Woman's Club, followedby
live music at the street .dance by the Shiners band.
Saturday. morning started off with the tennis tournament
finals, then an antique car show, followed by the street parade ;
r down Lawrence Boulevard, complete with floats, clowns and .. cI

J Shriners. ;.:," >
After the parade came the baby crawl where infants competed .
to see who would touch the grass at the end of the carpet ... "t. ,
first, then four teams of ",thletes" pitted skills against each !f'.$)," ,
other for the "Far-out Games." .. k :
: : After the games came the fish fry on the beach put on by the ''II''A.";

KH Rotary Club, then five skydivers landed on the beach before '.. r,,', l, .
the sailboat races began. .
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lSMt test where kids and adults 'both tried to see who could devour ;

the most melons. .
The trophies were given out at an awards ceremony Saturday
night then the evening was capped off by the fireworks over : 4r
Lake Geneva. :
Sunday's events included an air show, power boat races, golf :
tournament and Fourth of:July 1981 ended that evening with a
Yty y' Cracker Softball game where the rules were slightly bent but

everyone had a good time.regardless.Photographs <<: .

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Attend Sun ner Camp4H'ers w rr 'd .yr ,

from Union and Bradford Stalnaker and county agent
'counties spent five days at Camp Fink.
Cherry Lake, north of Madison, learning While at 4-H camp near the
skills plus having a good time. border the youngsters
38 Bradford 4-H'ers and chaperones ty first aid and had lessons in
Home Economist Alicia Homrich and and ecology. They also took
county agent Bobby Taylor joined 29 for swimming, archery
4-H'ers from Union County who were games and arts and crafts. w y'c.
The returned home M; ,,
accompanied by Shirley group !
Johns, Sue Nettles and Nancy evening, July 2.

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"I ; ,it.,1".i". .. ;''' M '"'i pickup truck he was action and the pickup truck ran over Base, Texas.
.I'".... .,.; :'--, ,. .... .::11I.. *" .. !II',.. ;."'"'f .,. 'f Tyson's head with its right rear During the six weeks of training,
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t. :;r ;. ,.. y rw'" : traffic lane Patrol.) mission organization and customs
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;' b .. f<<.. ".. i":.' t\s= ", ,,, hr, highway. Because Trooper W.M. Abrams''' who investigated human relations.
;." '\..{ r.11'4\ : ,'\ t ", .. fog Kirkland failed the accident; The airman will now receive
3K *V: tl4v. ; ., 'rfC.V.5 tj .. ....,."i ', .!" ;:-. .- .. lying in the road- The fatality was the third in Brad specialized instruction in the: aircraft
too late for evasive ford County this year maintenance field. "
Fun and Games... ,',

...were a big part of summer camp for-1-H'ers from Bradford and Union in Wreck West of Lake Butler
ties. 67 local 4-H'ers attended the Camp Cherry Lake which is! near the ---- -

border. Horton, 25, of Lake ejected through the door and suffereda transferred to the Aluchua General I

Justin Touchstone ran rig-zag back to his team in this relay after injuries. Damage broken leg and a fractured pelvic Hospital in Gainesville, according''
around 10 times with his forehead against the bat-no hands allowed! )II! to the 1976 Datsum bone. Louisqna was taken to the Florida Highwav! Patrol.'t
driving at$1,500. Union General Hospital in Lake Trooper T.C. Pace cited Ilorton for
28, of Lake City a Butler for treatment and was later careless driving improper tag ami. no.
valid inspection sticker. ;
pickup truck, was 'i 4

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Roberts and has made his (' 1 n /
Cyril E. "Cy" Sergeant { 5- a'Y a 631'il11Jigl/ it itendergoldenfrled"bltesize" > Inw tilniU'115undaY'
Cyril E. "Cy" Roberts, 77, who llv-s Santa\ F! Lake for the past 30 : t' ; > n ni i
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ed at Lake Geneva, died in the He was employed by the : : M0 t.-- n pn,'
Alachua General Hospital in Transportation at the ;
Gainesville Florida until his retirement.
early Thursday morning,
July 2.Born. of the Methodist faith.
in Weymouth England, Survivors include: his wife
March 19, 1904 Mr. Roberts came to Mildred Dinkins Cox of Waldo; ubite I
the United States in 1927, and movedto brother-in-law Charles : tender '
Lake Geneva 11 years ago from Starke; one sister-in-law and ; +

Waterbury, Conn. He was a retired Adele Dinkins Burton,
machinist-tool maker for the International Funeral services were
Silver Co. 10:00: am. Wednesday at the I .;
Survivors include: his wife of Archie Tanner Funeral Home .
Rev. Don Denton officiating. 1
Mildred Towle Roberts; one son, ,' ;
William P. Roberts Waterbury was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery ., ''I-,,",.,,'I )' .
Conn. Archie Tanner Funeral r
and *
; grandchildren. : "' '.7
Funeral services were held at 11:00: charge of arrangements.Mrs. 4're .' "\'' ". ,.

a.m. Monday, July 6, in the Chapel of Edna M. Clark .-
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with Mrs. Edna M. Clark, 95, of 1
Rev. James R. Morgan officiating. Geneva, died in the Starke + rf t ''' ;', IS
Burial was in Keystone Heights Home Wednesday night ,, .. ii'. ,:,:
Cemetery.In "I
following a lingering illness. ,
lieu of flowers, donations may be Born in Troy, N.Y., August 24 ,:1.:1
made to the Gideon Bible Memorial Mrs. Clark and her husband : ... .d j" l1n
plan. Charles C. Clark moved ; ') "oJ'rfa\,
from Erie, Penn. She J < "Xi >
George Jack Mahalko years ago
member of the Catholic faith. .........., __ < ...) ; "
Mahalko of ,
George Jack 89, Survivors include -- -i, i '! >.r} lo
Starke, died Thursday night, July 2, : one .
Mrs. Lois ; shrimp .
Myers, Ft. Wayne '
in the Mullis Manor Home in
Nursing '" -
3 fresh cole slaw 2 hush :
grandchildren and 1 creamy puppies ,
Folkston Ga., following a long il
lness. grandchild. crisp hot french fries -the Captain's special SZ99 ; .F:
Graveside funeral services
Born in Czechoslovakia cocktail sauce
held at 10:30: a.m. Tuesday, July ;''rPfr
Mahalko ; .
came to the U.S.A. in 1912, .
Keystone Heights Cemetery
came to Starke in 1949 and went to Father Michael Williams U 1 (participating, .
Folkston in 1972. His wife was the late p Captain)
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I Home
Gladys Bloom Mahalko. Mr. Mahalkowas
of the services.
a retired machinist for the Ford !
Motor Company. Earl Luke J.1 Captain ..D's.seafood
There are no known survivors. Mr. Earl Luke, 33, of Lake .
Memorilization will be by cremation died Friday afternoon in the U & hamburgers .
with a memorial service to be held at General Hospital after an :.;;.
a later date. Interment will be in heart attack. like it:
Crosby Lake Cemetery. DeWitt C. Mr. Luke was born in Highway 301 South Starke li
Jones Funeral Home is in charge of Haven, and moved to the Lake IT
the arrangements. community in his early life.

Ernest Johnston Greene tended the Union County Schools
was employed with John L.

Hampton Ernest died Johnston Tuesday Greene evening 60, July, of timber Enterprises a Foreman of ; Announcing the Opening of : ::1:1)1

7, at the Veteran Administration Survivors include: his wife

extended Hospital; in illness.Gainesville following an Winnie Luke, Lake Butler; two I -

Born and raised in Burling, Ga., -
Mr. Greene was a veteran of WW II,
had moved to Hampton 17 years ago '
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where he owned and operated Greene and Yant .'" -. ) .... ,
Welding and Machine Shop until ill Drs. Lytle t I; "." 'iJ,
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health forced his retirement. He wasa I :' \; ,,'" ,
Foot Specialists/ "
Podiatrists ; :
member of Hope Baptist Church. .rJI "' Jr;

Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. .; 1J: rl; The Eyeglass Store '- :;t .".;'

Juanita Dyal Greene, Hampton; one Office Now Openat ..P,;;1 ... ""' .' ,' '';11-. ; .'. ":,' '"
son Buford Parker, Hampton; onedaughter ,..' : ". 1 ,,,, ,, '"
Mrs. Mary Alice Waldron, .'... :"',, CA3 ,'. .. .\ ,.' '.,,,\t" '"(,'
Ankeny Iowa one sister, Mrs. .,'" .. ,try:;,.,' ""':: .'
Mildred Owens Orlando; one i (, JIr.; !
Frank Greene Moultrie, t, ';
brother. ;!.tT
Ga., and 5 grandchildren. Union General Hospital !: .' '/,
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4:00: p.m. Friday, July 10, at the Lake Butler ,4h'9'\ ''i' /:... .. ., :'" J;'" ... :; 'J ,s" ",, .
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral : '\'. '. .... .' .'
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ficiating. Burial will be In Hampton y, y\} .1 > ; .. 301S & Edwards Road
with Archie Tanner Practice limited to: ;It. Lens ,; "'. ;,' -1 I Across from Community Bank' "
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arrangements. Diseases of'the foot and leg. ...t-is' ,, S.nglasses f. ;.. : :: OPEN: ;Mon., Tues., Tnur.. & FrLri

.;>., '". .Senior. Citizen DiscountRodney 1 T 9' i--' '.5:30: pm. :: ,'

Horace Justace Cox. Jr. Including' surgery, sports medicine '. '.' ,'" ", .. ,.- .... '. .. .. ..." .. ':" ... -- Wed.. & t.. 9 am1'pm '

Waldo Horace died Jiutace Sunday Cox July Jr.5,, a 67*,the of children ,and general foot disorders.. << ..... ., I .. .; !' .. ..... r; ,..4.. I ",', .. ,,.It II. ,, :

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Gainesville A; native,of following Virginia a brief Mr. Cox illness.; had ..__ .:.:. 1f. ; !, '. ,Phone ',,496-232 ::. ., L. Sumnerj; Owney Licensed Optician' t \

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:\ by Julia Howard IUD and manyhave a gun already. $200 per weapon.'It costs from $200 to
BCT Staff Writer Neither would sell a gun to anyone $:100 to have a Uzi converted into a ful-
: Putting a lid on gun sales only helps who did not know how to use a gun, ly automatic gun. ::5'

-: the criminal, gun salesmen say, and they said. The reason a person would want to /
the majority of the guns sold in Brad Hardee's has a range behind the own such a gun b because, "They are ;
ford County are not bought by people shop. "We'll"teach them how to use really fun to shoot," Espinosa said.
who want to use them for personal the weapon, Griffis said. Espinosasaid When a person owns a fully automatic
protection or offesnsive uses, but by he also recommends that first- weapon, the government keeps close
people who wand to use them for hun- time gun owners enroll in a firearms tabs on both him and his weapon, he v1hMYMt \
ting and recreation safety course." said. .
Many The Outfitters gun shop specializesin "Most don't realize what ;
people buy guns for hunting people a .
or for target shooting, to hit cans or combat weapons. Espinosa said he close eye the Feds keep on guns., I q
paper targets just for fun. has sold guns to customers from keep a listing of every firearm that ; N
Others buy them to keep in their of Gainesville who had threats made on goes in our door and every firearm t I dt4
fice or home to protect their family. their lives. lie also converts regular that goes out," he said.
The number of guns sold for this purpose rifles and shotguns to ones that are Gun salesmen have to keep a record
increases when a crime is committed especially rust-resistant for boaters including the name of the customer, .J:
locally, gun salesmen say. who travel on the ocean and are his description,and the serial numberof
"I see a difference when somebody afraid of being overtaken by drug the gun for every gun sale on file ,
gets killed in the community, and smugglers.Sales for two years after the sale of the gun. --. Ir"
anytime you read about someone being of the Israeli Uzi: semiautomatic Then the record is sent to the federal
killed within their house sales go rifle, a paramilitary government. Sheriff Reddish said, V
up," Ray Griffis of Hardee's Gun and weapon, have increased recently, however, that they have no way of I
Taxidermy Shop said. "Or see a con- Espinosa idesiA member of the keeping abreast of the numbers of Protection and Fun...
vict get out of Raiford, and it Israeli army gun and guns brought into or bought in the .. the
you see Griffis said it is probably one of the .are reasons most people purchase firearms. PeoVii semi-automatic rifle a good seller lately, rests between
pick up. best automatics made. county."I pie are scared and gun sales are up, says AI Espinosa, Espinoza and a customer.
"The police do a good job, but they am in no way opposed to citizens left, of the Outfitters Gun Shop on US-301 south Starke.
,are spread too thin/' Griff said. They are popular with upper middle owning firearms," he said. "And it is
Al Espinosa, owner of The Outfit- class businessmen between the agesof logical to assume if a person buys a protect their home and family. You pie who own guns get familiar with terested in familiarization with
.ters, also said that people want to be 30 and 40, according to Espinosa, firearm for their home that if the have to be able to prove that the perthem and know how to utilize them them," he said. "Knowing when to
able to protect themselves becausethe because, "They are fun to shoot.Theyare situation arose, they wouldn't son you shot came at you in a menacproperly.. shoot and when not to shoot and be
police cannot be around all the different'People hesitate to use it. have already ing manner," he said. "My office has conducted firearms justified within the law is a very long
time "People are scared. They want use these guns for recreation made that decision' when they Reddish said he suggests that peeseminars in the past for citizens Indrawn out legal procedure."
to know how to kill. We have books shooting at cans full of water or bought the gun.
about how to kill and knife fighting" something similar. Espinosa said the "Where the problem is going to

Espinosa said many of his Uzi is not an expensive gun, costing arise--where they may get into ., ,'" I' .
customers come from Gainesville and between $300 and $600. But the ammunition trouble-is not knowing the limits I ,::::: : .I I,.
Jacksonville because Bradford Coun- for it is expensive, which is within which they are justified in us J
ty does not have a three day wait bet. why usually only wealthy people buy ing a firearm," Reddish said.
ween the time a person chooses a gur it. Espinosa said he asks his f/
and the time he is allowed to have it. "It is not unusual to shoot up a cou- customers what they are going to use 1 @
"There (in other counties),you pay ple of hundred dollars worth" of ammunition their gun for. and makes suggestions f/ (jff1p@
in afternoon he said.
for your gun take a registration sheetto one what kind of gun would be suited to
the police station and state who you Most guns shoot as far as 200 yards, their purposes. f'l
but because the Uzi is
are, give them a description and proof a paramilitary "Different weapons are used for
that you are a resident of Florida. weapon it will shoot 400 yards. Semi- different purposes. You don't want
automatic means that the operator of something too ;
They you a release after three powerful-something
days.'r the gun must pull the trigger to ex- that t will blow through the wall and hit flAiltlIIIHS
pend each round of ammunition.
someone on the other side-in
Espinosa said the reason for this i is your
The Uzi is sold semi-
usually as a home or office."
to deter crime, but that it has done lit-
tle toward this purpose as can be seen automatic weapon. However, it can If someone buys a gun for personal '
be converted into a fully automatic protection and carries it in ;his it
by the high crime rate in Miami, car, ,,
weapon. This means that when the is illegal to it under the seat
which has the same three day wait. carry or M1
The Sullivan Act states that nobodycan trigger is pulled, the gun will expend on the seat next to him Espinosa said., "y Kaleidoscope
round after round of ammunition until
own a handgun without a permit. It has to be securely encased in a gun f r a
This act has been in effect for 50 years the trigger is released. A fully case, a glove compartment or the -t;.
automatic Uzi will expend 800 to 1,200(
in New-York City and Washington. trunk of the car. 1111"1 Pen & Stationary
rounds of ammunition minute. r \
per "Many courts are deciding the r
D.C., two of the highest crime rate on
Normally, it is illegal to own a fully V.
areas in the country. basis of whether the person could get
"Putting a lid on guns only helps the automatic weapon. But if a person to the gun in one motion. A gun owner -. I .I G
criminal because he knows he has s wishes to buy an automatic weapon or should find out from their local sheriff j I,
to change a Uzi from semi-automatic
'4 what lawful means. Iq
free hand to do what he wants to do, f
to fully automatic, he do so by
said. may "Most folks hesitate to use a
Espinosa applying for a permit to own such a
There has been an increase In firearm because chances are they are
sales in recent months, Espinosasaid gun and by paying a special tax of going to be prosecuted for trying toINSULATION Q

and Sheriff Dolph Reddish said .
he is not surprised at all. i ,
"I think it is understandable, par to ,
ticularly with all the violent crimes i : .,,1 1. ropy, ,
against a person. People are buying; .. ,
guns for defense rather than Offense* SAVE THA T ENERGY
Reg. $8.95
for self-protection, Reddish said. "
Albert Starling of Hardee's Gun and
Taxidermy Shop said a person who is

going to use a gun for offensive purposes .
would not purchase the gun by
from a gun shop If I were going to Set $5.95
commit a crime I sure wouldn't comein
here and buy a gun," he said
said he does not even sell
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Reg. $2.60
the Saturday Night Special small 52.39 R28. SOc
pistol commonly used in hold-ups, 3M 810 Scotch Brand
because, he said, "It is below my HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL HOUSE EXTERIOR Tape ca<
"This small is both cheap Magic
dignity. gun
Frosty tape
and cheaply made, selling at about
FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION applied to most surfaces. Resists
$48 retail. The least expensive gun cracking, moisture, and yellowing with
sold at the Outfitters is $125. QUALITY .INSTALLATION age. Excellent for paper mending,
Griffis said Hardee's Gun Shop sells F_ F.lhwalld holding' and splicing. Can be writtenon.
about one hand gun a day. They will /> wide x 300"long In a non.
sell a gun to anyone as long as he is a SAVE I I 9646956FRAME I I SAVE refillable I plastic dispenser.(A3105-A) L- :
resident of the state, is not on drugs a ON HEATING ON COOLING OTHER SIZES ALSO AVAILABLE.

former felon,or mentally ill.A person DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE 111I ;
must be 18 years of age to buy a .
shotgun or rifle, and 21 to buy a pistolor Paper Clips ::::- =-
ammunition for a handgun. Precision made for firm gripping power ,... '
Both Grif fis and Espinosa said most and to resist bending Rust resistant.
of their customers know how to use a Rounded ends and smooth edges 10')( ...- .
-1T' i1M r"vtM per box. Your choice of all popula
o71q t sizes. (H4-PAPER CLIPS.) ..

Death of Brown __ i 2 Borden':

Elmer's .

Under InvestigationAn Ji'L For Glue-AII I'

'" White polyvinyl resin glue for office, '.
investigation into the death of .:;j" school, home or shop. Bonds wood,
Jimmy Brown, 29, of Starke is being' sq paper,cloth all porous materials -.
conducted by the Bradford County i almost Instantly. Dries clear and
N1.$8 40 Doz.
20-30 minutes
Sheriffs Department according to a transparent In about ,
won't stain. Squeeze bottle with
statement issued Monday July 6, by
rtt Notebook applicator tip.
Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish. :;; ; Stenographers
Brown was found lying on railroad tinted 6"x 9"
pages with brown center line,spiral $1.45
tracks off CR-227 about two miles bound.Accurately spaced lines. Fort';
west of US-301 by passerby Terry Pitman System or Gregg System.
:;Gayle, at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 27.," (P3-STENO NOTEBOOK) 4-Ounc
::'according to BCSD.. (C1-E-372))
'::: Gayle was headed west and when [ OTHER SIZES AND REFILLS
: he came to the railroad crossing slowed l7 AVAILABLE.
: down and thought he saw a man lying -, IRackOf .
: on the tracks.He pulled off,deter- $1.29
: mined it was a man on the tracks
: drove to( Starke to the Starke Fire : 'Stuff ed Animate Ret:

: Department where they called the
:"radford County Sheriffs Depart- '1/2 Price $10.30 Springhill I
:meet to notify them of the man on the t File Folders $7.51 ipsr:

:tracks* ." \ Feed ,Blender Smooth 11-point manila with rounded Letter Sizeto

.':. Deputy Sheriffs' Don A. Denton, 0 In Operation expansion.corners. Bottoms Choose are from scored a complete for easy Bond Paper .;:,,r
I John F.' Dempsey. and Eugene Lee, Q' n variety of Straight Cut Half Cut Third
,.were sent to investigate. Brown was For Shortage Of Cut, Fifth Cut and Two-Fifths Cut In '
I discovered on the tracks, a rescue -: pesbox.and Legal Size. All packed Reg $6 80 Sale $5 95
unit was called, and he was then $ HorsaeFeediBbeler nd 100 (F1-FILE FOLDERS} .
transferred to Alachua General 1e r
8V4% Protein t
to be unconscious o
Hospital. He was reported ,
and died the next day ac. 1045 r
to BCSD. 100 LbI. THE

cording i';,Brown was initially treated for heat ,NSW For Hogs New Blend ... \\ DFFICr\ Sharp: CaksatorEU0715 t r

stroke according to BCSD. OH Feed
Pork-A-Rm. Prtea of hogs art up.
'3"We have not developed any inforMation To Maka SHOP _
FM tht test to fttish Htm III
sons caused to indicate the death that any of Brown.per" 'II. good pric. Thom Grow. itowc st. II teg. 76.95 Sale $69. '

Sheriff Reddish said. "An autopsy is "i 064504Stwfc 1
being conducted. When It is completed of- For top quality, read the label of our feed.You'll : *. Pla. ;
I believe the exact cause
death will be established.The investigation see what you're getting for your money.- "
is continuing.

"';;1''Brown's car, found about 100 yards Alligator Creek Ranch

horn off lathe '

woods suck in the sates according US 301 S '954-6973 ." .1, .'. ', .... .. _,

to BCSD. ,
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To!Ityo; Tag Charge :. Introducing .. .,,: 'I' ,flf' '. .".'" ..."...Jot"\... .1.. ..,....:.'...

I ',,[t A'taytiy woman was charged'with operating a' Contraband. t .' .1/i l :/,. 'YJ.. -:

NEW HDME'S :'motor vehicle without a valid tag after her car backed A Starke woman was arrested by the BradfordCounty L4'. -. '' 7J"f."- .
.,...,., into compact car at Eastern Oil Service station Sheriffs Department after a routine searchof : f.'I ,,' ')
h in Starke at 8:29 p.m. Friday. July 3. visitors at Florida State Prison on a charge of if

a Thomas Michael Blawton, 29, of Plant City FL introduction of contraband at 9:10 am. Friday,July ,
WANTED 1)S was not injured but damage to the 1972 Volkswagensedan 3' I- Professional, @ 'I

he was driving was estimated at $400. Kathy Kidd Doane 29, Starke was charged with

I Linda Wllkerson Herndon 18, of Lawtey was not introduction of contraband, marijuana after prison Typewriter" : 1
1 injured but damage to the 1973 Pontiac sedan she authorities conducted a routine search according to : )

was driving was estimated at $100. BCSD. .., '. ", &
The Volkswagen had stopped to get gas when the Doane was released on a recognizance bond after '' l\\
Pontiac backed Into the compact car, according to being booked at the Bradford County. Jail in Starke. .Office Machine g gr I IIF
Starke Police ;
Department. '1" ; ,, : "
Patrolman Richard A. Bennett cited Herndon.for Repairs' 1 t

1 0 Families With IncomeOf operating a motor vehicle without valid. tag: DWI Charged ": ":.{ 1 !' :

Tractor Turning In Starke Wreck jj... '. .

Year Leads to WreckA A Starke man was charged with DWI and driving k 'We Will Clean and f=
$8,000 to $ 1 2,000 Per
with a suspended driver's license after the car net::, ; ::
1.akeCity man was charged. with improper was driving struck two parked vehicles on CR-16 <. Rcpoi'rYour :j;
With change of course after his tractor was involved In an feet east of Oak Street in Starke at 240; a.m. Office Machine
Good CreditIayments accident with a station wagon that struck a light day, July 5. 1001!: .
pole 1.5 miles east of Lake Butler on SR-100 at Charles Robin Ward 22, of Starke was not : .. :.::
Sawmill Road at 3:25: p.m. Thursday. July 2. but damage to the 1973 Chevrolet sedan he was : DontLetA :::
John William Harrell, 33.of Lake City was not In- '-
ing was estimated at $700. p: : :
jured and there was no damage reported to the 1970 Damage to a 1981 Ford truck owned by Alton I t:I Broken. Machine, ':..

Under International tractor he was driving. Lamar Moore of Starke that was legally parked was\-t ,Interrupt Your' ::
Robert Eugene Edge, 47, of Pensacola was not In- estimated at $400. ,:: "I :::
jured but damage to the 1978 Dodge station wagon Damage to the 1975 Ford sedan owned by Albert::. rroduction :.;.
was estimated at $2,000. Parrish of Starke that was.also legally parked was.:,, ,

The tractor, westbound on SR-100, slowed to turn estimated at $700. ,",J, '..
"7OOJL left onto Sawmill Road. The station wagon was The Chevrolet was traveling east on CR-16.' The .',I '..
$ overtaking the tractor which started left. The sta. truck and other car were parked. The Chevrolet ;,.
4 L Per Mo. tion wagon then took evasive action, skidded off the crossed the centerline and struck the truck and car,c .' '..

f highway and struck a light pole, according to the according to Starke Police Department.. .:;!r Off eShop ;.:..
Florida Highway Patrol. Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson( cited Ward on the DWI .

Trooper J.W. Horler cited Harrell on the Improper and driving while license suspended. charges., $: 110 W. Call St. ;:
change of course charge. "
:i 964-5764 :;
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BUSINESSOWN I I Wouldn't It be nice to "
HOMES your'child close In case all

HOMES FOR SALE'21R PRICES PAID for used illness or maybe you
mobile homes if mortgageis like afterM
YOUR OWN JEAN I I to go shopping
3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S MAKE MONEY AT HOMES I work' Mother with twol
all the
,MOBILE HOMEi furnished MOBILE HOME SALES, SHOP: Offering nationally M.n and "women. !
327 W. Call St. Starke. Fla. known brands children will care for your
: shed 9645606. Open 7 days Everything supplied.' MerI I
garage storage ;
child.. Conveniently located*] I
such a. Jordache. Vanderbilt I
enclosed Iocr. weekly.TFchg .chandlse. Ralph's'' : Gift I
porch: !
964-5533 Calvin. Klein on! Waldo Road. Call
WE BUY AXLES A TIRES w Shop, 9645568. 1116 "
(fencedmany) extras. ,
378-2387 lot details': 7/9|
C Levi! and |
Sedgefield. over
18500. 9646490. 4/30 axles + 4 tires $133.00.Del. Calvary St., Starke. 7/9
to Olin. MH. Hwy. 100 70 other brands. 2tchg 7116. I 2tpd 7/16. sj
-_ lESt MOBILE HOMES: W Starke. 964-5606. TFchg 13500.00 Includes beginning --
payment. starling at inventory airfare for For Sale
WANTED Used tool., both LOST DOG .
$137.00 per ,month. John mechanics ond carpenters., 1 to the apparel center 1970 step Van, 6 '
Brown Mobil Horn training fixtures and enerous' rewardfor
Phone 964.8331 or cyl., new tires &: .
Center 4733775.49 0468.1551.9111 tnchg Grand Opening, Promotions. return' of nine
12 80 MOBILE HOME: with WANTED: Mobile Home Ax Call Mr. Wllkersonat shocks, sliding side year old' tan

15 x 30 addition on back. I... Paying the best price Mademoiselle Fashions doors," double rear Weimeraner. Had

$4250. Phone 782-3198 or for good condition axles. 1/800/643.8760. Itpd 7/9.. door, $1295,.
red collar and ID
In 1790 only five percent of the American population lived In cities. 964-7680. 7/3 2tpd 7/9. 964-8331.9111 tnchg 964-5743 Mike. '
2 BR MOBILE HOMEi: Furnished MOBILE HOME Axles iw'tth tags when lost in

or unfurnished. Privatelot. tires: Will pay $125. Phone PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE Lake Brooklyn'
2 miles from Starke.. 9645007.; 6/11 IZtchg
,... area. Missing toe-
-Union AdsFOR Call 468-2101. 7/2 2tchg USED 8/27.FURNITURE I pay cash All FREE Types ,Insured on right front foot.
County 2BR. 2BA MOBILE HOME on for used furniture. Call 'i I Call toll free' Mrs.

5 acres, frontage on US Mark at 964.5648 or Call Thomas D. Nettles Mock: 1-800-342-5624

301 7823103.-Lawtey.Itc"g 7/9 Phone 964-7189. 7/9 1tpd. 498-3738 Lik. Bulls''a if found.

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SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ,.. "V: REAL "' ,-7- ...' \cLi[- T ( -' : \- ,irr.t .; ..... .;. ,a, ..4 tcysIone.. Ads '/ Ir t ,,'........;..'."r.O. !: .. .;,r".1 ,)I I :J

GIFTS;S.. Union 1 ond 1/2 bath completely TURKEYS: for sale. Phone WANTEDCASH .
County Times op.n Won- furnished, excellent condition. 496.3184. 4tchg 7/2 719 FOR a special STEVE.BROADWAY. PERSONAL FOR RENT FOR SALE
day and Tueiday 8.30 $5,500 cash. Phone 7/U 7/23. piece of property If I SERVICES
5 p.m., Wednesday- 496-3305 b.for. 4 p.m. NEVER USED FORMAL DIN- don't have it. I'll find It TREE SERVICE FOR GOLD sterling MOBILE HOME LOT for' LAKE LOT on sand bottomed
.... jewelry, diamonds, coins.
closed. Thundoy and Friday SQLID'WOOD QUEEN HEADBOARD ING ROOM SUITE: solid Just ask JANE S. USHER, i CARPENTER WORK Will visit home retired coupler Beautiful lake In Hillcrest. $800

8:30: a.m. till, noon. See : triple dreiser wood table, leaf 6 chairs REALTOR 496-2126 or Removal Remodeling work kitchen, anywhere. 3765235.your Mr, trees Across from Lake down$146.44' per month.
.. Geneva. $.55 month. Phone
496-2903. "Your
our 1/2 pric. table of chest trl-vlew mirror buffet/hutch w/lght-cos! .y. cabinets and trim Phone 473-4058 or
Rittman. 6/4
elected P. Union County Realtor tfn tfnchg 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 473-4367 'after 6 ;
gift ms. night' stand, cost over $220O-now $1 200. solid carpenter. Reasonable CUSTODIANKeystoneHeights
326. MOBILE HOME In. Lake '
3/12. (1600 new-never r.movedtagsSOSO wood queen cannonball Trimming prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Animal Hospital.'Por" tfnchg 3/26
/firm never used bed triple dresser, lighted 473.2477 after 6 p.m. desiring $140 and up. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE.
117 FORD ELITE: Loaded, hid.-a-bed $250. loveseat shadow box mirror. chest PERSONAL Fr.. Estimates < tfnchg 64ALCOHOLIC Responsible person Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 51! Keyitqne Heights owner
excellent condition. good $65 pin. wood solo night stand, cost over SERVICES ANONYMOUS: .permanent hours 6.9 COTTAGE AT SMITH LAKE.. financed 10 percent Interest. -
gas mileage. $2991. D.M. rocker, chair, coffee v /2nd $2000. never removed 473-4732 Closed meetings Monday 8p.m. Transportation 2BR, area,,fully Lots on clear sand
Hale 4962171. TFN 7/2. tobies-cost' $900 threemonths tagi. $1009. Phone CUSTOM MADEDRAPIRIIIFr. After 5 p.m.Keystone Open meetings. Friday p.m.. Reply' by letter essential. Rt. 2- quipped and 'carpeted..' 'bottomed 'lake, priced to
FILTER QUEEN VACCUM $350.: 752-7961 Providence. Itchg 8 p.m. Alanon Monday $225 per monthPhone sell from 9900. One to
Box 105, KH. 2tchg 7/9-16
CIEANCR: 2 years old, excellent Phone 752.7961 Pro. 7/9. ..tlma'.". Local Heights 8 p.m.- Alateen Monday 7 772-1775 or 383-3559' ,,(Jax..). five acres overlooking 'lake

condition. $350. 1tchg79.MATCHING 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH BRICK distributors for complete/! .. __ W_ p.m. All meetings In HOMES FOR STORE tfnchg 6/11 (access, available) with
FOR Ideal
Also Electrolux Vaccum RENT) location nice, trees from S3.300.
WASHER AND HOME Located on 1/2 acre washable nationally Educational Building. Community '
Cleaner, 3 years old, $300. DEVIl $300. Early In lake Butler, call Moines advertised Gnrdsette HuntleyRedfearn's Church. tfnchg 6/4 SALEBEAUTIFUL near heavy traffic. .Approximately '$.500 down, $50 a month.
Phone' 4962620. 2tchg 7/2 American Sofa $95, double Real Estate, Realtor, Draperies. saw Enter PRESSURE CLEANING. 900 ,square Commercial frontage- _
7/9 bed $60, twin bed $40. 444-3971 for more Information. / prises. Ed or Lama Phone 473-2477. tfnchg 6/4 TWO ACRES- feet, In front of new post Investment 'opportunity,
SINGER AIR CONDITIONING frost fr.. refrigerator Itchg 7/9. Stephen 496-2219. .VICES PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry property and home In office. Phone 4732149. SR21N. Owner-salesman.,' ,'
UNIT 6 years old. needs $175. air condition. $125. 5/I/80TFN. Teague Plumbing Deerwood Hills 3 miles 4tchg6/18-7/9 473-437J. rlnchg 6/4 ,r' .,
new compressor 3 ton. ...0 $100, coffee 2/end WANTEDMOBILE CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM -l. +1l. 0 4734340or. 4751513. tfnchg 5/21 north of Keystone.. 24x60 3SR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 AKC DOBIRMANS-vtopy 14O
will sell for $500 phone tables $45. dinette let CANS 30 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY mobile home, 3BR 2BA per month. Lak. access., .quality only. You are ln--'r i
4962620. 2tchg 7/2 7/9. cents p.r pound. carpet, CH/A, deep well 376-0078. Ifncho 618MISCELLANEOUS ''vlted to visit
$100. bunk beds $125 "L"shaped Coop., brass and bat : ci1 473-4252 WORK-build patios, additions our kennelsBt: :,
captains b.d. HOMES WANTED: : with delicious water. '473-1228. ? .
CHALLENGER WATER SKIES: teries. H and R Block Office >IS'
Belt, $50. excellent condi w/c"..'. book .shelf goad Will pay cash for your used / 31 S. 6th St.. Macclenny Repairs of Mojo and tile work. Also pain $28,000. Owner will WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN' '1
tion. Phone 496-2510. mattresses $250. Phone' mobile home. Roy Powell Florida. Phone Electric Appliances ting. Free estimates. finance with reasonable tfnchg 6/4 ,
41tchg 712 7/9 71 16 7/22. 752-7961 Providence. IIc"9NY. 496-3377. TFN 4/16. 2596992. TFN 6/18. Serving, Bradford & Clay Phone 473.>4473 during down payment. Discountfor FREE PUPPIES' lwk.'ofd.Mother '..ACIE LOTS for sale from t
Will BAIYSITi In home Counties day. tfnchg 6/4 cash. 912. 177496.Nights' half black. lab,. $2,995. Restricted with' '
Fenced yard and hot FREi YOURSELF OF UN. and Sundays, half golden retriever, lake access. 3772808.
meals. Janice Lawr.ncw Blvd. KeystoneClassified< WANTED HAIR with electrolysis. 9122940189. tfnchg 5/7 father ???? Phone : tfnchg 6/18
HELP WANTEDPART 496-2310. 4tchg 7/2 Noegel 7/9 Call for a frse consultation 3BR 2BA HOME In Silver 4734442. ttchg 7/., .LOVE SEAT-new In bags: ..
7/16 7/23. 4737033. Amy's Ridge overlooking Silver BINGO..AMIRICAPk.LEGION 'coffee and end table; tall J

TIME SECRETARY for FREE PUPPY 3 months old, Alls Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence lake, Two miles to HALL. .SR-21.: kitchen stool., Phone
NEW STINGSelI real estate of(ice. Licensed block and white mole, Blvd.. Keystone tfnchg 6/4 Keystone schools, on county Saturdays 7 p.m. Public Invited 473-2739 after 6, p.m.
associate preferred. Apop- CARPENTRYcabinets.shelves owned 'roads. $41OOO.) ) tfnchg 6/18
6/4 ,
short hair Get Results tfnchg _
ACRES Septic tank well off SRI2I ewnerwonts ly 10.00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.'ot and bird-dog affectionate.typ. Phone paneling partitions 1 11 3/4% mortgage, FREE TO GOOD : HOME-' 5V COACHMAN TRAVEL
cath. $11,500.00.t I Jane S. Usher. Real 431-1279 7/9. doors, windows Installations 3760078. tfnchg 6/13 small': loveable Peek-a-" TRAILER. Sleeps 8. Fully
Estate. 360 W. Main St.. Itchg FORYOIJR repairs, E.N. BY OWNf R--3BR, 28A homeIn Poo. Good with children. self-contained. Excellent '
Lake Butler 496.2126. rfra. Keystone Heights, pool 'condition., $2.500.'
Bolton. 473-2320. 4tchg Well behaved. fully train-, :
29 ACRES Providence area, ewner financed. Pinchgut REAL ESTATE NEEDS
chg 7/2. INSURANCEMAINCS two acres. $69,500 4751867. !:
PAINTING AND ed. Call after .3 :, Jtchg 719'
Ed.CONCRETE. silo PER WEEK PART-TIMCt IN UNION COUNTY WALLPAPERING. Beautify 4737130. 3tchg 7/9-7/23 4732919.'Itchg-7/9 CRAFTSMAN RIDING !

at h.m. Webster INSURANCE AGINCVi .ftfljfnllal e Acreage your home'today. Interior SHELL HOME on your land. MOWER $265; swimming :
black bldg. on $1231. Ideal far shop orhem. America's Foremost dictionary 160 S. Lake A".., Lake .'.. Commercial: exterior. Free' ..Uma''.". no money down 15 yrs. REDUCE SAII FAST with, pool ,float lounge, $25; I:
.. company needs Butler. 496-3978. Complete Call S.R. Bowen 475.2100. financing 2 A 3 BR Complete Ga-Bese. Tablets& E-Vop; Argus projector,, silver. !
home workers to update Insurance Service. TFN Calf: Itchg 7/9 Dried ,In'i. Ready "water pills.", 'Andrews screen $29;, magazines for i
APPROXIMATELY 13 acres Providence. Some financing local mailing lists. All Venera HYPNOSIS-opening practice for buyer to complete In PharmacyKeystone' 2x2" tildes/ $45. All In ex*', :
available. Well septic tank pale ready far egos, eiiperlence un Classified Ads Brown of Mark David WI., terior. Total cost under Hgts. 72tpd 7/16. tellenf condition. Call :

trailer. necessary. Call "'6.3022 BA. Now offering services 18000.) ) Call 473-3133 or' 473-237. 2tchg 7/9-7/16 :
I-7U-I45-5470, Ext. MOS. Get Results ... for' prescription hypnosis 9645533. Bob Harris. -- : '
OWNERS ANXIOUS Itpd 7/'. Or for. traditional and IndIvidual .: !I

Country store w/acreage. Owner will help fln nc.. Sandy Hazen applications YARD SALE .. HInhCaalft.I, !," : ,
(smoking, weight control "
LAKEVIEW HOME well 496.3994R.alfor' doctor referral, stress GARAGE SALE: July' 1 11, 8 % ,
Spacious landscaped
attractive has small apartment unattached ewner very and part-lime positions available offerIng reduction, etc.) Please call a.m. to 3 p.m. on FairwaySt. 'El"UlrvY I -
Gainesville. 3763545. foropPointment. off SR21.
salaries Remodelingextras
will h.lp finance. above-competitive with shift
I Tiffin and Ow.e's.Inc.ft..Dors : tfnchg 7/9 .three families combined i 1
deferential. Good benefits with
pleasant ttchg 7/9.
BRICK HOME oils' ecre Ralferd. working( conditions In an expanding community Riverfront 1 River access( 0' LOSTFOUNDLOTi Now is the

WATERFRONT LOT $5500.00 cash. hospital. lots. ,
:10-year-old black ClasaifiedAds time to

female miniature poodle.Lost
lAKEVIIW: 2 lots. BO .beautiful acres. porflycI.ared
Can director on SR.21 near Gold ,
Pam Thomas, of nurses Head 'Sunday, July 5. summerizeyour

ACREAGE GALORE 496-2323 owner finance.10X1 > Answers to Dan.".. Gnt Resultsii7k1 CIt
Available In Union Cesinty.4.V..7'f..l3.I.2O.4O.5O.6S10G.30O.. Union General Hospital, 473-2342. mobi
.....'._d pasture ar -
Lake Butter crap land winding creek home rp V.

Pick a number and call me up far mare Information. good Investment. :
Owner Financing or assumable financing on most 11&' Cast Bf Cuts; Bat I.. ....? With L \ \

acreage listed .bo"... Lake Butler AptrtmenU.. Lake Butler. Florida, may 10 ocree, greet sit. for. 'Cpunf 'i
have the answer you have been looking for-,. home, nice large t..... Anvil

_JUSINHS OPPORTUNITY Now takiaf applications tar 1 BR. 2 BR. 3 BR t 4BR New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You BuT 'Fbi
Business far sale 40 heavily wGoded'Dcr.- Viaji
Large July occupancy. Lake Butler Apartments offer
Owner will help finance ajvallf led buyerJANES.USHER Furniture Giftware I
central beat and air walHowall carpeting, kitchen '
appUancea and on-slte Uundrjr facilities The unite 20 acres |ust what you /rMuch .Much M re.-, oo Many'f terns To Mention roof: coating, .

are w.U- .s.ped! and spadou ," ;.:;i .(I 2ft!? :' t" Consignment&Accepted ,, I .
For those" who there la with a 2 year guarantee. "
qualify a federally funded sWes iI1ov.fri9b.D 'Col" Mel Runyan Ownpr, >> Uc Auctioneer ,
) fawii:, It'
'aubsiJv available whereby rent la baaed .
program on ltI4d.P1.eUsrt.t0potOThlb5&4rOpen. ; 7 -Days) '. .week''
..96.21260.2903 'afb paved highway;
Income. JoJx BROWN
. > ,
PUas for # ,, altt\ ....;'" 140"1 '
writ litferMatloa and appllcade-iZ
30 W. Main St. Laksj BufUr. Flo. ore '
Case del Mat Apartments. State Road .- VS./ p4sstbuIi,1...:;: -'i oj,, 11,1, 'hr.tone 'i&f\.ts.\ ,luetion. t :ft| ,''' fM'';' Moa( Mam 'Center "'
Your Union/ CowityRcaltor"Li Augustine. Florida 3204M. .. :Hf1' 2.' 'JliifIJn&, I Hi''" (D'oJraf t ". ..

WMI :. ; ; 473-3775 'fMfr ri ,
Equal Housing Opportunity ,' ''0 4. 21 Keystone Mots.

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I odlln9 for Insertion TUESDAY NOON pr.c.dlng Thurs FOR RENT
day before publica.lon.: SERVICESCOOL
ALUMINUM PLATES: 24 x ed. No weeds. Horse quality MOBILE HOME 3BR 28A 24
(Covert 1'5 Words). 36" 25' each. Bradford $2.75 per bale. HOME PARK mobile homes x 60, CH/A carpet full kitchen SEAL FOR TRAILER
Eachwordov.rlS r1 County Telegraph 964-7789. Guinea pig., and spaces for rant. Phone and all on one ocr*. TOPS: materials S labor
I 1.10c.nt. I 964-6303. tfn $5.00. Itpd 79.FURNITURE 4682912. TFchflHOUSEKEEPING Near SR 241-18 (Union Co.) furnished. $75.00.
Not ,responsible) for .rrors when MEW CARPET NEW ft USEDFurnltur. : Baby bed and sleeping Call 282-1826 or 4963792. 4311827. 4/16 tfn.BILL'S iJ
given ov* TV and Air SAW SHOP
room. Complete :
7/9 tfn.
the phon. when ft Appliances.Plumb w/mattress, $29; coffeetable. CruJilJ:
copy I. not typed 'fixtures and plpet. $80: oak double Underwood Mot.l. 3 miles OCEANFRONTTOWNHOUSE sharpening service circular
brought to the> offico. North of Stark on Hwy Good place hand carbide,
BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 bed. $99: twin bed. $30;
301. 10/9 tnchg chain, mower blade hollow
--- ---------.----------......... South 964.6679. 2/5 organ, $125. Call 468-2247 for VACATION. Flagler and
MOBILE HOMES Two' and ground balanced.Leave ..
TFNchg Hampton. Itchg 79.CAPTAIN'S Beach, Fl.: 2BR fully furn.,
three bedrooms clean at Jackson / vCECELIA
YARD SALE STEREOPHONIC ORGANI ISO Maple, ; big swimming pool, quietbeach. Building PHONE 964-777o
16 and 225. New In Stark..
Highway Supply Keystone
LAND with "rhythm records"; 3-drawer. extra storage, $350 week or $800
formerly Whites Heights Lake Butler. TERwiutcAR 205 N. Temple Starke
ownere or
YARD SALi New River Bap FOR SALE great condition) Perfect phon.9645610. Itchg 7/9. month Including utilities, .
Pork. Call 4681323. 3/12 TFchg ,
limit S .A
tist Church Youth Group Is for adult. and youngsterstoo. HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR parsons, no pets.Call .
sponsoring a yard sale July Comes with Instruction 7 yr. old. White.Great 964-8878. 7/9 4tpd PREFERRED PROPERTIESWe
11 at 8:00 a.m. Ill ??? at ONE ACRE-WELL SEPTIC book. $250.00 Phon. condition. Opens to right. dining ft kitchen 7/30. Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619. are proud la offer one of Bradford'. finest resfdencss
402 E.. South St. Stark.. TANK utility pole. circle 964-5471. tfn 4/23. 964-7389 or 964-8729. Itpd central room heat and air. In TFchg tltuattd on 33 acres 'landscaped In magnolia/ aioleai' ,
Clothing. dishes, furniture. drive, privacy utility BLUEBERRIES! Bumper cropl I PURf-fRED REGISTERED Hampton. Phone 4681779. BOATS SEWING MACHINES pIne 4 dogwood plus spiff roll fence with attractive
glassware, .tc. Itpd 7/9. house. Good land. Lawtey. U-pIck or We-PIck (on ANGUS BULli 3-yr. old. ((1st month. rent In adVance REPAIRED! All makes barns. Only minutes from Stork and Ga/nesvlffe./ Arc/if-
HI. a SAlt July 10 and 1 11. 9 $6500. Phone 5332559. order) 8 a.m. to 6:30: p.m.MondaySaturday. Phon 964-8396, Jam.. ) 5/7 tfnchg. cleaned oiled and ad- '.cturolly'"ollofl". with mef/cu/oul atttntlon to detail.
a.m. to 6 p.m. Baby thing.; tfnchg9/21. Gasklns. TFNchg 5/14, FURNISHED APARTMENTl 14 FT. KINGFISHER. lusted. $15. Work ,,,,. dramatic Florida estate has tpoelal Interest for the
cloth..; dishes; dry.r; TWO CLEARED On. Acr. 2:30-6:30: : on Sunday. REPOSSESSED ;Three large nlc. rooms. BASSBOATs 25 hp. guaranteed. James co""o'.ur with a discerning eye for superb oak flooring
stereo and a f.w oth.r lots: with limerock rood. Earlton area. 200A 4 miles SINGERtFUTURA Model Utilities furnished. Private Evlnrude motor; trailer: Strickland. corner MorganRd. a rich pan tiling stone fireplace/ huge rooms ever
It.m.. Olln's Trailer Park. Zoned for'mobll. homes. west and 1.8 miles north of 900 one of Singer's finest driveway. "No children nopet. trolling motor $1500. Call and Hwy 16. TFchg 3,000 sq. ft. CH4A plus ovtrllmtJ, garage and porch. Has
For more Information. call One acre roadfront Melrose. See signs Bring models. Originally sold for .. Ph. 9645464. 6/18 964.7909.792tchg716.HELP CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed everything' that' any successful' .JcecuMv would deilrs.
9648442. Itchg 7/9. 4000. On. acre back lot containers and no dogs $479.00. Pay balance of tin. Free ..tlmat... Handy. Owner financing passible for qualified' buyer.

FRI. SAT.I July 10& 11.368N. $3500. Terms: $300 down. please. Longnecker. phone $141.00 cash or $12.60 per LAWTEY AREA 3BR ham Man Fence Co. 9648559. Move. In newS! Ea fwood Drive, 38*. 28, panelling
Ch.rry St., Mostly $100 per month. payments 415.1 151 7/30.and 4732702. 7/2 month. White Sewing and with lot. of shod.1$250 WANTED TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call carpet, largo lot low down payment If you qualify.
cloth.. some tool. and at 8% Interest ownerfinanced. Appliance Center, Archer per mo. first and last the Office Shop. 110 W. Country Club Brick. 4>>. IB. CH4A en 1.75 pretty
I DRYERi $73.
misc. Itchg 7/9. NE 20th Ave.. Hospital bed Square phone 376-4466. month In advance. plus HOUSEKEEPER Call St., Starke, for details, acres fenced back yard auumebfe mortgage.
$73 18 Chow Chow WANTED
FRI. I SAT.I Three family. 10 ; mo. UNCLAIMED TAPPAN security deposit. JANET M. 9645764. tfn. 60.35 acres aooutlful rolling land In Breaker area.
lustoffNE lOthAw.
with and Heavy cleaning and
a.m. tel 4 p.m. 403 WalnutSt. puppy papers MICROWAVE Tap'N Touch STARLINGRealtor.. some GLASS CUT TO ORDER CEO acres i 3 BR frame hem In Thereisa area.
964.7286.7/9 Stpd 8/6. shots, $100. Call 964-8723 Cooking. Must lovechildren
Housewares glasses. model with meat probe 782-3931 or 9648827. 6/25 and have Doors windows, etc. e3 Bff, >/ 8. brick' VA mortg. 9'Xt %. city.'
C.B.. fr..z.r. aluminum or 9648138. 7/2 2tchg 7/9. defrost cycl., variable tfn. 964-6939. car. Call JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Brick 3BK/ !/ a, CIUA 326. me. pay. 1/!/%.

.torag. building art. and ACREAGE APALOOSA. REGISTERED power settings' 650 watts, SMALL HOUSE 1'/ bedroom PART TIME Itchg SECRETARY 7/9. 9646078. Orders also e"Tea for Two" cosy co"ag. CHJA. Priced right.
croft., supply clothing. Strawberry Acres: '.7 oc. Stallion with papers. 4 5yr. factory warranty.. on 40 acres. A/C fenced needed for church taken in Lake Butler 1400 sq. It. tastefully decorated CHdA-move lit now.

cameras and many misc. Assume 9'10 % mtg.. years old. bay with whit. Payment $22.87 par yard. Call 9645284. Itpd Won.-Frl., 9 a.m. ill noon. 496-3079 and Keystone 2.000 sq. ft. CH4A 46R. 2 8. large 'lot Commercial.
It.mll.'ltchg 7/9. 515.000.'I. blanket and whit. stock month. White Sewing and 7/9. Must be able Heights, 4734973. 2/26 e Brick 2000! sq. ft., fireplace S45.000. asswm. mortg.
FRI.. SAT.I July, 10 and 11. 8 .."."... ings. $1000 or belt offer Appliance Center Archer) CALL STREET SHOP. Carpel. ,of/lie machine to use standard NEW AND USED WATER Lake Brooklyn-Adorable home, $41,800. Own. fin
a.m. til ??? Bed frames. 14.06 Acres Secluded 964-6741. 7/2 2tchg 7/9 Square, phone 3764466. air heat. 900 .q.-ft. with 60 Good .alory. Call CONDITIONERS Sales and J34.30O.
settee. organ LWB topp.r. shady 21000. FURNITURE! Red couch and COLOR TVi Console model 900 sq. ft. of storage. Call 4682760.wpm. 964-7236 Service. Call for free water 4 IDA GoMbeod-ftmber-po/e-crctfc-oisum./ mortg.e .
chairs and lots of misc. and 'I.."."... chair. $130; teak-veneer under warranty. Pay 944-5648 or 964-7189. Itpd 964-6617 after 6 or analysis, and Information. Fish camp on good fishing fake with living' quarters.
furniture. N.E.. 13th St.. 1O Acres Appro.i with dining table w/6 choir., balance of $179.90 ca.h or 7/9. 7/9. p.m. Itchg 964-5673. 3/12 tin. 17400 for small frame home on city 'fat (need's TIC).

Follow signs. I Itpd 7/9. large born and well $200; ,large chest of payments of $16.29 per HOUSE 3 BR. 1 BA. Unfur. HOUSECLEANERS WANTED TYPING SERVICE Will do e Valuable property en 301 adjacent/ to Cant.
FRI. ft SAT.I July 10 and 11. 523.000. drawers, $60; small month. White Sewing and nished. ,Kitchen living\ Must have references for typing at my home. Please .200' on 301 1.61 A. Finest com".rclo'prop.rty.
386 W. Weldon St. 9 a.m. 'I....."".. dinette w/3 chairs, $20; Appliance Center Archer room. dining room. honesty and reliability to call Ado Reddish at .$4 1.500 IS acres or 30 lots Forest Heights on Rrf. //6 W.
tll' ??? Load. ,of stereo record player Square phone 3764466.RECONDITIONED APARTMENT: 2 BR. furnish work for 9647910. tfnchg 5/21. e Two 8 A parcels, appro 4 miles" from Starke.
6 Acres With well houiecleaningagency.
miscellaneous. No prices Approx.i w/AM.FM. $70; 7-foot TVS: ed. Living room. kit Phone 964-9648 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK .Lot 42 Sampson lake, light p..'.. lonk-tlt.7001,
tagged. I Hpd79.SAT.JULY and power. pole. 10200. shelves, $73: dropleaftable trade-in welcome. Phone chenette. Call 964-5033. 964-7189 for or. SERVICE: Bradford County e$25.000 for 4.M nice acres on 301 N. Highly dotlrobl.
*5 55 5 5"5 5 appointment.Motorcycle
111 8 a.m. til 2p.m. w/2 leaves; $150. 964-8212.6/11 tfn. Itchg 79.'URNISHID. residential pump-outs, .House beautiful. 2244 sq. ft. CHJA close fa shopping.
10 Acres, more or I.... Lg. 1979 DAVID BROWN TRACTOR *
Green house corn.r Phone Encore 964-5648 or $50. We also re-lay drain C 31 acros-rlmber-reods-Hampfon-Own. fin. 12 ..
of SR16 and Walnut St. pines. 523.000.lanet 964-7189. Itpd 7/9. : Good condition 889, APARTMENTS lines. Phone 9648121.' .S 14.300 Worthington' Springs store and 2 lola.e .
Sam. antiques,. beds M.. Starling'Realtor S/W Muffler Shop., With air conditioning. $140 BABYSITTING Will babysitIn lot #7 near Country Club Sf.900.
childrens. ladles and mens ELECTRIC STOVEi Cypress 9645677. 54.995.00. Itpd per month. Call '964-6201. 1971 SUZUKI GS 5SOi Crash my home. Fenced In 4.S acres really secluded-nice' frees 39,000.
cloth.,, 2 do/beds light 782-3931 .porch swing with heavy after 5 p.m. 7/9 tfn. and sissy bar; saddle bags: yard. Days. Corner e 40 acres Lawtey area $ ..
fixtures window and door. chain. Call 964-5274. 7/9 iIl1 good condition. Will trod. Brownlee Rd. and SR 225. e New modern ca store 301 Lawtey$52,000. Owner flnC .
THURS.. FRI. a SAT.I July 9,. tfnchg. 2tchg 7/16.. APARTMENT HOUSE, Apartments for fishing boot or make Big farm house. 7/3 Ztchg Beautiful flesson Rd. lot-133'250'.
10 and 11. 8 a.m. Ill ??? RHODE ISLANDi Reds & ..11 RECOVERYL'R00M upstairs and offer. Call 9646935. Itpd 7/9. e" acres appro Smiles/ west of 3farlre-3 Rd. 100.

Ga. camper refrlg., $25; Blacks ...lInk.. Call : downstairs large front SIGN PAINTING: Commercial e lawtey 301-CB ,'or.-$19,500,awn.fin.
baby car seat and clothing 7823376. Itpd 7/9. The Recovery Room of and back porch. New w/w CARS and private. We will e tot on I. Call St. Calf for detailJ.

'of all iii... 712 Bridget St., TAPPAN ELECTRIC STOVE Lake City Local Dist carpet stove and refrlg.,. TRUCKS design. Call 964.8669 e7 '.ocr./a'", Brownlee Ad. S4.000/A. 20> down/11'
Stark. IIpd 7/9. Double oven, avocado Archie! Tanner FuneralHorn no pets.$195 per mo., $100 before 3 p.m. 496-3291 e".s acres near Presbyt.Church A "o.plta'-male.' offer.
SAT. ft SUN. July II and 12. green good condition., security deposit. 404 N. 197 OLDS OMEGA AM/FM anytime. 7/2 tfn. .20 acres. Rd. lOG W $27,990. Owner financed.:
Sat., 7 a.m. til 6 p.m. Sun. Ujtd palltts $175. Call 7823449. Itchg Cherry St. Call 9648082. radio 8-track. Chrome mag CHILD CARE: My home. e43 Ac. lawley area form.rly"Bore Skin lodge"$40,000.
!Stask. Fl.
1 p.m. til 5 p.m. Sewing 7/9. QAU-57S7 wheels. automatic Large, shady fenced play 4.78 Acres Rd. 230A a Wilson '". $11,700.
machine, dishes. pots, MILK COW AND CALVES transmission. J795.0O. Call yard. Lunch.. snacks pro- Country Club 'lot ISO' z 383'-nice location-$10,000.
pans furniture, TV'. double Call 9645772., 7/9 2tchg[Portable Buildings 964-6309 or can be seen at vided. Call 964-5610. 7/9 e Busy Call a Water St. fat 235' 86' Owner fin. $19,800.'
b.d. sheets, 7/16. 135 W. Call St.. Starke. WILL KEEP CHILDREN In my e 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. I6E Owner "".

bedspreads cloth. and a ,OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZER .SUZUKI. OF STARHCH ( 1973: DODGE 4-WDj LWB; home or yours. Day or $500 mo. Income four furn. r.nla-Coll, A! Bay 55.000.- .
1975 Ford ,van,.. .6 cyl.. !PllKSa fhree limes'a'week: auto; $650.00. .Gooct'mud- night. Call'lI4,833S.tchg, Realtor Associates-After Hours
Cloversettle'Farms; 7 ml. B... .wo orfll8Gs1e.Watermelons. ../ 301S 964-6020 grip tires. Call,'7 ?3716- QUAIWY.-TUBS WORK: Trimming Wayne E. Douglas- Broker-Salesman 964-6593 .
south of Stark on SR 100. $1.00 each. anytime.: 7/2 2thg '7/9. fertilizing r.moJ. Byron Terwillgar47776 Gerrl Lennon-496-3140
FRI. SAT.i July 10 and 11.2 WORK VAT Call 964-6528. Keep trying. 6X10 thru 12X50 BUICK ELECTRA 225 One 'ing. Phone 964.8477 after 7 j Marlene Roberts-964-1505 Martha Darko-712-3397
til 6 p.m. Baby'Items kit' HOME 7/9 tfn. .- owner loaded. No. 1 con, prn. Fr.. estimates. 7/9 Anne Terwlllegar Nellon-475-1677
ch.nwor., curtains misc. $90 PER HUNDRED I dition. No dents. no rust.
Morgan Road 'and 25th Wibtler. Anstrtca's lonmoil MOBILE HOME : Extra Cash* New tires. 46.000 miles. ATTENTIONFSP

Ave. Itpd 7/9. dictionary company nttdi horns I _ -_ IWe buy cans. .S.3OLbJ| (No collect calls, please). and UCI [[0 GENERAL REAL ESTATE
YARD AND TRAILER SALE workers : I other metals Call
to update local 964-5306. 7/9 .
mailing 3tchg Child Care In My Home "" '"
July 10 & I II. Fri. & Sat. Go lit.. All ages, experience unneeeiMiy. I Turn Trash into Cash 1974 VW DASHER '4door. Mon. thru Fri. Mountain Acreage
west SR 16. turn left at Bradford I
on Recycling
POLICIESAT 'new tlrs and ball.ry.AMFM Day or Night Home Sites Farms
Handyway. Go past I Heavy EquipmentOperator (N. Temple Ave.)
Call 1-71S-842-6000 cut 5452 radio. A/C. Good On The Circle:
Primitive Baptist Church. I *S-ort locolly 964-5938
condition. $1600. Call I Investments
REASONABLE, RATES I TOlLpREI1..3OU64 Call Ginger 431-17j
turn left on second road. Operated BY
Ij 964.7108..ltcht) 7/9.
look for signs. 1 tchg 7/9., iAuto; ;,Partv! C- Custom Homes

Anytime Olin's Mobile Solid' Oak = I SPECIAL .
HOMES ,Home Sales "We Pickup, Butcher" Chill Cut and Wrep"HARDEE'S j j $ .
FOR SALEKIYSTONISTARKE FREE QUOTES 1 Swings Rockers 1/f 2 Acres Secluded, $3000.00

Phone 964-5606 $24.95 >21.95 10 Acres With Stream,
Elaine M. Olin Agent I Inchg ir

N.w home for sale.AREA Also 9845771LHflERQGK Owner Financing $12500.00

quality built homes, $22 Lake Lot, Owner Financing, $16500.00

per sq. ft. built on your lot MEAT MARKET ':
or ours. Adams & Hall FREE BROCHURE
From the Pen to the Pan
Carpet Cleaning,
473.2056 or 473-2128. 6/4,
ON YOUR LANDi Shell We make It Easier for You For Roads & Drive-ways 1.8004338153Arrowhead

homes' 100% financing All Types Rock & Bldrs Sands
available for IS 2. & Realty & ,
yrs. 3. By 218E.WASHINGTONST. OPEN MONDA..SATUIIDAY 20 yd. Semi-loads Only
4 BR. 2 BA models. We
for getit .STARKE.FLORIDA 32091 884-8728 Allen Taylor Lawtev 782-3172 Development Co., Inc.
ready buyer to com.
Teal! Tile &
pt.,.Interior. First time offered. Carpet P.O. Box 479

..Payments as low a. ,
$295 per month. Call iXIXIXIXXIXXXXXXXXZXXXXXIJimmy Murphy, N.C. 28906

473-3133 or 9645533.. Bob

Harrl.. 6/18 4tchg 7/9. Ads

under construction Get Results SERVICE fOLES

overlooking Starke Country Starke Phone too Mi* -

Builders.Club. Adams Phone and 4732056or Hall pO'964.5791 MOBILE INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS HOME ;;314*;,;, ia
Florida '
475.2128.6TFchg.. 200 IMP

HOMEStawteyi 964-7423 Used 1981 Mere.. 40 hp electric REASONABLE RATES Call.. i 'it tim*:
3 BR. I blk. from 2995 . . ,
school.$21,000. Lg. shady lot.' New,Pisces Bass Finder. . . WAIINtNGHurr'can" I:<:

............. Used Merc. 25 hp electric season 11 upoi ___

I lii with. Country 2BR 2'hem% ec., opprex.springgarden I SEWING; MACHINE! OPERATORS New Lowe 15 ft; Bass Stinger. . 2495 few u.1., / who'you don't ore one hove cf the intvrance Well ;5a 5i

II and
when a
I vineyard or '
grape Machine hurricane Drilling
Sewing !
chard. $31.9X. Reduced Experienced approaches you ......
4Vi PISCES XR 1600 Race won be able/ to :, "
S2S.SOO, Operators. Must :be ,able to work purchase '" rr-rFr 6'
I I *.a.......".,. Mobilo Home InsuranceSo S
40 hour week. Metalflake Fast Rotary
days Special Bronze
lila Sta'rket" 2 BR Home tofce advantage of the
$11.000.. : ..-::' 'Apply In'person, on your vacation, we 4975 circumstance and pur- Drilling Equipment
I **..***.*...* 7 aim: to 4 New'Merc7Ohpelec.starL. ,Jias. your insurance now.Olin's .
will be for Interviews r !fLl.t!
3>R. $I;'.. Spanish styleI open Mobil ..... ,_ .I?.... !

I home'on spacious !a.t,1n p.mi Monday thru Friday. :Home: Sales .f.:!

Stark. $32.000. Starke Uniform Manufacturing Used Welch 14 ft Bass Catcher FREE QUOTES ..... .m.F.! ......

II II Jan,et Realtor M.'Starling' .' I :441 E. Brownlee St., Starke, Fla. Used Merc., 25 hp . . . . ..$ 1350 Elaine' Phone M. Olin 964-5606, Agent New & Used

,, ,
II .' 7J2-3M1 15 ft. Sport Craft V-hu11' p SalesPartsService.f..J.e.n33.
II ,.Or
II 9(4-8(27, I Special Gold MetalflakeMerc. hV _.......- : [ : .,......-
* -:. 5900 VA9JM 9
WANTED 80 hp / wertrim. . . .Plumbing! i

3 BR. 3BA HOME with 9,28 .._ .
Registered Nurses for all shifts, full and NEW& USEDWe
acres,!deck energy saver; Many Used Bass Boats New Installation !a
wall.telwall.carpeting; 2 part-time available with pro-rated finance our own.

man-made ponds; private; evening and night ,shift differential. KIRBYS !Remodeling! Repairs
_. .. :a.
trees.- ''completely fenced. ,, Competitive salary based on training New Merc. 18 hp . .' ... . $1295 ROYALS ... I
$63,000 10%. coIl; owner 964,674)financed) after 6 and experience,". 4 p. complete benefit New V-175 Merc.:-w/power trim 4995 HOOVERS EUREKAS Q.Y. ".n!;. !i!

p.m. 1)2 2tch 7/9 ,package Includes/ group medical and PUMPSUPPLY ""
NICI MOM BY OWNER} I vacatlon'slckand
C/B. bflck trimT? :3 BR;:\V life insurance's welt as FILTER QUEENS &

BA den, LR. )'\. Kit.0430 hQpday leave 'time.:,.Excellent pro- SEARS

sq. ft.CAvMg'areaTaised' )' m trohal:'opportunities, and m-service COMMERCIALWerepair

floor. Vcorpeted.; kitchen" and continuing' ','education avallabpot.ct / all mokes. COMPANYTemple S
and b4hs( ; C/4 *.rIJcl 3
*28 rajwn far-shop and/or-: :. ; Nursr| Director, ((904)) 259-6211 YOUNG'S( ------

storacjsi 2-
100 It;* 200 ft. Ideal location FiO1da'2Q6/ Since 1997
;, jfenderful neighbor. t HpQltf1l, 1ccJennv. : An. : Ave., 5j
hood.1B50.000.00.""toyer1'flnonc aqtirm'atiVeV'eiai I o't4pRsfempO !: << '' ,' .'ttf' ,$64-6918

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i" i i Hi ; ,. : i .: : '4 i1 ;, : .
U Lockdown *. ''
Ends 22 Inmates"Tr sffiiffemtlSiESPCalm '
; :: "A tart temper' never mellows with age and a harp : :;:
r .. ,', o"i' ?,'1 ,} : f i tongue it the only edged tool that grow* keener withconstant :;;:
has been restored to "the and other inmates then attacked the to talk with Mas'ey. politicians and At 1ta=1 81 FSP \ :.. me. Washington Irving ? .
Rock" at Union Correctional Institution officer, knocking him to the $roll d. reporters, and Massey'stated he told reported 904 Inmates In the max munt!;rX X Wi j ,,'.: "'"riSAWYERSLA'DE
after a disturbance broke out at 6 Those Inmates then fought with and them it could be arranged if they security institution according to Col3! -.-------.60 'L
p.m.Sunday.July 5, with two correc- ran from officers who came to Net would return to their cells. Tom Barton, chief correctional. off -----
tional officers injured, three inmates tles'assistance.UCI Massey then used a bullhorn and fleer. ;
stabbed, and 22 inmates transferredto officials have turned the case told the inmates on the recreation FSP is under court: order to maintain f
Florida State Prison. over to prison investigators and have field to return peaceably to their a 900-cap Inmate level after a
The problem seemed to occur whena declined to release the names of the cells. They\olUntarily began leavingthe suit filed last year by eight inmates. '
group of problem inmates,drinking inmates involved until the investigation field in groups of four but the inmate Barton stated papers were being APPLIANCE 11
prison moonshine (Buck), forced is completed. who had been stabbed insistedon processed to transfer 11 inmates from
prison officials to use pepper gas, according Officer R.L. Wilkerson was struckin leaving by himself, according to FSP to other institutions to bring the
to a spokesman for the the ear and sustained several scratches. Massey. prison back under the 900-cap.
Department of Corrections.UCI He was treated by a private Massey stated officers locked; down FSP officials released the names of FLOOR MODEL .
Superintendent Raymond physician according to Massey. the prison's southwest unit which the 22 inmates transferred from UCI. _I{(B))):. !
Massey told this paper peace was Massey stated the stabbing took houses 1,200 inmates and locked down They include:.
regained without use of any weapons place in the courtyard of the prison's the west unit which has 100 inmates. Anthony Amos serving 15 years for '
and property damage was limited to main housing unit called"the Rock." Several of the problem inmates involuntary sexual battery robberyand @_M ..@@
about $200 to$300. He reported a group of 22 inmates, in- entered the east side of "the Rock" breaking and entering.
The trouble started at 6 p.m. Sunday cluding the man who had been stabbed and tried to incite the 300 Inmates Billy Bivens serving 23 years for '.,
night.July 5, when a correctional left the fight with correctional of- housed there according to Massey. robbery possession of a firearm by a --.
officer tried to assist an inmate who ficers and ran to the recreational field The inmates locked themselves into convicted felon and shooting into an
had been stabbed in the arm, accor- where they mingled with 100 other In- the three-story cellblock and refused occupied dwelling. 3 Only #EED198 PK 3 Only.12XB9104T/4 .:
ding to Massey. Lt. Bervl I Nettles mates. Some of the 22 inmates had to return to their cells. Although some David Clark serving two life terms .
tried to handcuff the wounded convict been drinking moonshine (buck),according of them entered their cells riot equip- for robbery false imprisonment and Whirlpool White General Electric ;
and take him to the prison hospital to Massey. ped officers used an acetylene torchto murder. .
normal procedure. Massey stated the The noisy inmates then made cut through a quarter-inch thick Curtis Collins serving life plus 13 Side By Side *> Portable :
inmate slugged Nettles in the head several demands including requests steel door to the cellblock.A years for aggravated battery and rohR -
fogger was then used to force pep- Refrigerator-Freezer Television r:
per gas an eye and throat irritant
19cu. ft.
through the door. lie stated within a second $589 I Reg. o'Reg
Western Store Needed few minutes the men had returned to Richard D'Angelo, serving life for $699.95 $109.95 SBftO ;
their cells and the cellblock 'was first degree murder and robbery. ;.::.
secured. Brian Furnald serving 16 years for'
After entering the "Rock" officers burglary and escape.
DudleyFigures found two other inmates who had Richard Gilmore serving nine
been stabbed. One had multiple stab years for grand theft and possessionof 1 Only Harvest Gold f{
wounds and a broken arm. The trio of a firearm. 1 Only Console
by Julia Howard stab victims were taken to the prison Randolph Halferty, serving eight Magic Chef Early American i|
4 e hospital then to Union General years for robbery.
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Lamar and Barbara Dudley opened Hospital in Lake Butler and then to James Hanbury 5'/i years for. RANGE General Electric|:
the and Medical Center and
forgery escape.
their clothes store Dudley's Western
Hospital near Lake Butler. Nathaniel Johnson serving life for Continuous Clean
Duds six weeks ago because Starke (
"Their injuries are not serious and first-degree murder. TELEVISION
needed a western store Dudley
Western clothes stores are going says up they are in stable condition" Massey Charles Lynn serving four years Oven W/Clock 82 Channel .-.:
all over the place but there was not said.Massey for aggravated assault. Reg. Ready For Cable $gg 0%fifei
one here. If local residents wanted reported two UCI 12-man Gerald McCloud serving life for $299 Reg. $749.93 00 dK 50t|
western wear they had to go to control force squads plus two 12-man first degree murder and robbery. $369.95 '.; :
Jacksonville or Gainesville to get it. backup squads from FSP and about 50 Bobby Moore serving 33 years for
other officers assisted in .
Now they can go to Dudley's Western getting the rape and escape. :-:
Duds' on North Temple Avenue. situation back to normal about 5 p.m. Juan Nunez serving IS years for
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Dudley who drives 40 miles
day from his home in Newberry every said Officers, led by Col. Donald Robinson serving life. for first 30" White 1 Only White f
there was just one other store in Brad- Jackson chief correctional officer at degree murder.. .
ford County and he figured people UCI searched the inmates cells, Michael Seward serving five years SelfCleaningGeneral Brown ?:
needed else found just two homemade knives anda for burglary and grand theft.
some to
place shop. Electric
Dudley has done a little bit of bunch of old junk like magazines Douglas Simpson serving life for ELECTRIC RANGE' |:
after searching the cells of about 400 sexual battery. .
everything, from driving a truck, to
working in an oil field to farming."I inmates living in A, B,C and D blocksof John Streeter serving 17 years for; RANGE Apartment Size
the east wing in the central housing escape and second-degree murder. Reg, .
have always wanted to do unit. While the search was going on Charles Walker, serving 25 years Reg. $279 .199. |
something on my own. I felt that people Lamar Barbara Dudley the Inmates were locked in their cells./ for sexual battery. $369:95: $239.95 .
have got to have clothes. It is one After that the inmates were allowedto George Wright, serving four years '-":.
of the necessities, and western wear Right now Dudley said it is difficultto resume a normal schedule according for escape, burglary and grand theft.
get merchandise because companies to Col. Jackson.At The is not
prison inspector's report
is the thing nowadays he
So Dudley went into the says.clothes are behind in their shipments."I 3:30: a.m. Monday July 6. 22 of expected to be released until the end
business. Using a buyers guide which am not getting complete orders. the inmates\vho-were troublemakerswere of this week; UCI officials declined to Sawyer-sladE!!
I ordered
10 dozen
shirts and last
lists manufacturers and their transferred to Florida State comment on the reasons for the
representatives in different areas of week they sent me four dozen. Prison. UCI officials refused to disturbance until they have had a
Anything made out of leather denim, release names of those inmates. chance to read the inspector's report.
the country, he went to wholesale
straw or felt is hard to get because
houses in Atlanta and began buying there is such a demand for it," he Appliance JJ
stock for his new store. said.
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