Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
July 16, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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Kim and BlackyEditor's .

Note: Much of this story come from an article
published In the Dec. 1980 edition of Gold Kist Incorporated' trrap1'

,Newsline magazine, and writer Randall Culpepper.

She's a native Floridian, but surely no Texan: ever .loved
horses more. Kim Griffis is a slender effervescent young
woman,whose long brown hair trails in the wind and bounces off
her back In the form of a ponytail as she reins one of her equine The

companions around designated obstacles. I',
Kim is the 22-year-old daughter of Sonny and Lane Tenly of I 102nd Year STARKE,FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy ., C"'
Starke who lives next to her parents on Bethel Church Road with Slat Issue Thursday,July IS, 1981 USPS 02-700 .t"

husband Rodney and two-year-old daughter Amanda She's an ifI_ ., ..' ,
enthusiastic, courteous employee of the Farmers Mutual Exchange -> I i
of Starke on US-301,with many other Interests. But most r, to ':" 't"
of the time she's one-half a human-and-horse team, a pair of "

unequal bodies, one powerful, one delicate, blending together as School Board Tentative Budget '
a single unit of motion in pursuit of competitive excellence. ,
And competitive excellence Is the only way to describe Kim's
partnership with her barrel-racing horse Blacky.Two weekendsago ,
they combined to capture a second straight Florida

Cloverleaf barrel-racing championship, adding the 1981 title to Shows Millage Decrease
event.the 1980 first prize she took home from. the annual 4th of July Slight

"I'vealways been nuts about horses. I've had'em all my life," ,
glimpsing at memories of the thousands of rides she's had since The Bradford County School Board The preliminary budget shows School, $1,020,855; School Board staff,
starting at age five. should have got her a baby doll instead of at special meeting Monday, took Hampton Elementary School with a $99,562; Superintendent's office,
that rocking horse," chuckles Kim's mother. preliminary steps toward setting a budget request of$278,548. $64,557; Maintenance, $394,106;
Horses mean more than just oats and hay sunny afternoon budget for the 1981-82 fiscal year. Transportation $455,225; Curriculum

breezes, and the strong scent of leathery bridles and saddles to The' board adopted a suggestion by Other requests include: Lawtey $272,921; and business office, $148,919.
this 22-year-old Bradford Countian. They are the source and i Supt.'Tom of Casey to give tentative approval Elementary School, $481,357; The public hearing on Monday, July
reason for pleasure and pain, excitement, ambition, hard work, ae a $7.4 million budget-an Increase -' Southside Elementary, $779,415; 20, will involve a proposed increase of
and an ardor of pride. So addicted is she to horses that even an .1' million the 1980-81 budget of $7.2 Starke Elementary, $817,695; Brad- .0111198 percent which is required by
Injurious hoof in the stomach wasn't enough to make her give 4 -and set a public hearing for 7p.m. ford Middle School, $951.854; Brad- state law in order for Bradford County

them up. I y,, d to The Monday board set, July tentative 20. millage at ford High School. $1,441,589; School System to receive $5,852,179in
state education grants.
Bradford-union VocationalTechnicalNo
4.515, a decrease from the current
w'y budget of 4804.

The board accepted the recommen-
f4r'a dation of Casey not to Include any

-_ funds the current capital outlay County Forecasts Expense

Along} discussion was held before
final)adoption of Casey's recommendation -

4.515. to tentatively set the millage at $750,000 Over IncomeAs

1s al w Records In the property appraiser's
Mw office at the Bradford County Courthouse
in Starke show 4.515 mills will the County Commission met $197,275 In the budget year ending
generate approximately$667.302 in ad Wednesday night at 7:30 for the first September 30. The budget totals
Team..., valorem taxes. budget work session (too late for $22,374 more than last year's at this

Last' year's millage of 4,804 broughtin coverage in this issue of The
Horse and rider Blacky and Kim, round an obstacle time.Millage
'In unison on the practice course laid near,home. $643,543, according to figures in the Telegraph) they were told by County in the general fund currently
property appraiser's office. Clerk Gib Brown that projected expenditures is 4.879 but no figure was availablefor

Julie Miller, president of the local appeared to be running approximately the 1981-82 budget.
The into
events divided
are categories
group Fine and forfeiture
: $750,000 ahead of an- budget requests
teachers organization made im-
with six games for the horse as well as the horse lover. an
amount to $553,823 as compared to
ticipated revenues.
passioned plea to the board to raise
"The roughest event we have is pole bending and then
which makes the
Last when the budget $440,528 budget
year process
the millage to at least 5 mills or 5.515
we have weaving around the baskets, a Texas barrel
so that teachers could be given an began, projected expenses ran some $113,295 over last year's budget.
weave, the arena race, and favorite the clover-
my ,
$650,000 ahead of anticipated receipts. Millage for the fine and forfeiture
leaf, which is an old-time event for the girls. When we adequate cost-of-living increase.
Earlier Wednesday afternoon a budget is expected: to remain the
4 "How
can we keep teachers
compete here,we don't have as big a group as when we quality at 1.828.
budget committee comprised of same
go to a frolic, but it's lots of fun," she smiles. if we cannot attract them because of
salary?" Miller asked.. Brown, auditor Pat Farnsworth, The County Transportation Trust
"When I into
51r go competition-running patterns Commissioner E.W. Hodges, and iFand, which oversees the roadDepartment
around the barrels have to think horse is the best "We have a fantastic community a
my in the has
motelschool county finance director Esther EHer- county, projected
r, I + n y in there. I have to have confidence.If I get nervous, the J great student body, and'a son held a work session to formulate $979,945 as compared to
i community she said.
horse will sense It and it will make him nervous.)" This is
recommendations for, Wednesdaynight's $949,688 a year ago. budget.
Board member Arthur Gaskins said
In running the barrels, Kim says the seconds rather
'' meeting. $30,257 over last year's figure.
than the minutes..count. "It depends too on the the'recently concluded legislative session
levied last
State law provides that the county Millage year was ,
did address the of
whether or not the soil is soft or hard. ,And while the/ not problem commission start the budget process I[but a projected figure had not been

horse can be disqualified for knocking! ;a barrel. adequate salaries for teachers. I by: July.: !3.each.tyear.and: iinaUz4Li w F t4e4Jh'. 4+d@y ........ .. '
'''m/kt-ijrtwrjtoclritf/ the rider's faujt.;ratWtnari the' ing we'..J rget' '*b"' ,Uluu.teachel .". ,'. :111ae by.July 30. .< f Brown pointed out trial E tffere'willlje- :

> horses..Many times the horse gets tired of running the;' :$.,are taxpayers, too, Miller Figures on the proposed millage a cash carryover; Figures on that are. .
said pointing out that the recent.
pattern and when*, they,tire they-are more prone to poverty,Jevel index showed were not available to The Telegraphat still! being worked out, but the clerk
make a mistake. ," anyone
time. warned there will not be enough to.
....making$1200 or less a was considered press
BesIdes.her pleasure in1 working with horses, Kim year
at the level. The general fund has fund all of the requests made by all
also a horse."I was the first female poverty compare
i presi-
: the this
at to departments
jected $219,649 as year.
Miller indicated that first
dent of FFA In Bradford County, 'she proudly says. year
John Smith, the FMX manager, says, :She and some teachers in the system get much less,
4q m of the FFA boys came in to get some feed once. She than the $12,500.and teachers in the No Opposition.
went right on to the back with them and took out feed, first three years of employment in the

just like they were doing. She is quite S girl." Bradford County. system' get less than .
Does it bother Kim Griffis for someone to think of her '$12,500. "
as a tomboy? -"No." she replies. "f dove what I do and- 'Casey said that bargaining session City ,Election Front
don't care much about what other people think. this year between teachers and the

There is nothing artificial or pretentious about Kim ,I school board ,will begin Wednesday,
Griffis. She is a free-spirited woman who knows what July 22.Board.
she likes and goes for it. She and her husband, Rodney, I Member. Pat Spengler Still All Quiet' : '

The Spoils and Smiles of a WinnerThe 'are spending a great deal of time, nowadays, on train- pointed out that Bradford County was i
one of the cheapest places to live in.
Ing a young filly, which they hope someday will be good
1980( Florida Cloverleaf championship trophy, pictured enough to compete and be a winnerat "the number one the State of Florida. "Hillsboroughand
here beside Kim, has now been replaced at the Slarke Farmer's horse race in Florida at Pompano Beach." Dade Counties can afford to pay new candidates have filed for day of qualifying
Mutual Exchange by an even taller 1981 version. With her determination and her talent in working I high salaries to teachers because they the Starke city election set Tuesday, Neil Tucker for I
have the policitcal clout in Sept. 8, with the runoff.election, if the city clerk
with horses, Kim Griffis might be a name to look for, in
the news in the ahead I Tallahassee to get what they want," necessary, Tuesday, Sept. 22. post, Group 2
It happened more than a year ago, in October 1979. Spengler said. Deadline for qualifying as a candidate CommissionerCharles
Kim was training "a crazy horse" during an inopportune ,The board voted 'unanimously is set for noon Tuesday, July Schaeferfor
moment. She remembers: "1 was breaking the adopt Casey's recommendation to set 21.Vernon a 5th two-year
horse while my daddy was riding in his airplane, (one : .'"' ,: 'the tentative millage at 4.515. The Silcox, Group 4 commis- term, and
he's owned for years, flying to spots nearby like Cedar Tii .' i superintendent pointed out that the sioner, says he plans to run for a sixth Veteran Police OMrUe
Key and bringing it back to earth in the field beside the 4'4 millage was recommended by the two-year term but had not qualified at Chief Jimmy Schaefer

Tenly home). The plane flew over and spooked the ,State' Department of Education for press time. Bowen for a 7th I
horse, causing him to start bucking." Bradford County. Three candidates filed on the first term.

She jumped and while on the ground, "the recap
ped into my stomach," she wincing as she
< "
the moment of Intense pain and sense of despair. "At JIZ" .. : cmown (trier

that time, I didn't think I would ever be back on a horse '. ,,e. 1,..
,' .
again. J. '<' "
The injuries were serious. Recuperation exacted a .. 11, '." .: '
fee of the young equestrian, including her gall bladder, ,; !,'., : : .," : .., 1
of her liver and 32 in bed. '.. ,," ,,
60 percent days a hospital ..>ii. .. ',". .
The liver regenerated, however, and she was ,,"' i J. ''i' ) .
strengthened by 20 pints of blood. Encouragementcame ''':i>! I-iI!; ,) I''Ii: :. 'It eI.. ; Jrt : "

in the form of best wishes and flowers sent by
and of the FMX. \ "
patrons employees ; ","
She had paid a price for her love of horses, but that :'ji't ... .
love, along with determination and willpower, had her .. +
back on her feet and at work by January By February /:/ >" .
she was back in the saddle again. / '''

Now, she and her four-legged friend, Blacky, are : i .. ;;}

once more chasing barrels, drawing cheers from the .. ,' "'Nl.. ,k"
crowd and bringing home trophies and ribbons for the 1 ", .." "'''n .
skill and expertise which this team displays. H' _. n .THUR3 AY,JULY It
She readily admits her enthusiasm for competitionand 'N ttAi BRADFORDUNIONGuldanct .
it shows on her face when she talks about It. A Cllnie-4 p.m.SATURDAY.JULY16. "

member of the Bradford'County Roping Club, Kim .'... ,
rides games every Saturday night, working toward :.
perfection and timing for competition in larger shows. CAR WASH- 1.S. '
She doesn't miss the frolics in Bradford County, Lake 12:30-: ':30
Butler, and Macclenny) goes to Jacksonville often,and Dr.Whlf f.n's Office r
this year has started to enter Georgia competitions., Next. door to Old Food Pair '

With her riding abilities, Kim has accumulated well sLA4''rc:: : ;. Hlp. Support Tho a.
100 she has won running the barrels, ''pt Saints Softball T over trophies
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trophies which she proudly displays at the FMX, as F. I
well as In her home. The tall 1881 Cloverleaf trophy on She Does Have Fun ? BAKE SALEA
display at the store now nearly reaches the roof from enters'frolics" suggests i HIT-A-LICK '.,jol
Even the of the contests she .
name Bradford ;
Its perch atop an FMX counter "I've been riding barrels Square
time when she'swith '
fun and Kim Criffls Indeed does have a good i
Proceeds for Rainbow Girls ,
since the ninth grade, she boasts. "The competition "
*' her horses.Sizzlif'tandDrizzl'. ., .... .. . ,
winning make it even more pleasurable
T"U_. CAR WASH '. "
,t, Commllnlty.ank '., .''i-
Junior CU"-l-3iW( ;..
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MONDAY. JULY 20 .. y'
.{ .INSIDE. Temperatures havenly soared again this past week,with highs in the upper 90s be- BRADFOROCO. COMMISSION :

In8 relieved occasionally by afternoon showers. More of the same_ i Is ex- M. '
wo Sections tlnv-7i3t p.m.
SECT I AI peeled for the weekend. !I fa . .. .. ', j i .
The forecast t for Friday. July 17, through Sunday July .19, calls for hot and '
New....""",.Pages IA-3A: q BtCADFOPID: CO. SCHOOL. : :.. <
,'Editorial.., ... Page .4A humid weather. Temperatures are expected to be above normal for this time of Meeting7re4p.m4 -r
;;Soclaty.Pagss* ?'? !.";*IOA year and;there' ta-a ?potent chance of scattered shower*in the afternoons and : $

Real Estate a ,. Page 10A evenings' IDA 11 ", ; .
sports. ... .. ...Pages '1-14A 5P Sunday July 12, 1.5 Inches of rain was recorded In; Stark at the WPXE 61/t'CRuHCIL Y.JULY .,. ". .
Bt radio station and .07 Inches recorded fBri ;, ,
SECTION was July 13. .. ,'F- ;j
tift_ .
.f..... ..... ........ P+,O.' 48 The Highland Tower recorded.inches of rain on July 12,the New River Tower I ,.. ... *4>,.*...<.,.:" '. a
-- .
Obituarl.. ".u.. .. *a a trace and the Santa Fe Tower 1.2 inches. On July 13, New River received .. "" "''f"" BOOKER .
CUssHitds..paw ches and Santa Fe .4 inches. .. .. CITY COUNCIL
440 IIIghallows, ,In Starke recorded at WPXE inCl Thursday,July 2,91170;Friday Summer Splashing... 1lnfl-7:3op.m..

13,July 96/69 10,**/?&Saturday,July ", 98/71; Sunday July 12,98/70; Monday, July ,.These youngsters found a way to beat the heal... on the water slide at (Rescheduled from Ustwoh)
; and Tuesday, July 14, 97/68. Strickland's Landing on Klngsley Lake

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH July 16. 1981
Methodist Church NewsA

Owners Still In Business ; 'I be held on Thursday -
Is to
1 :
\ luncheon
; +Ii'd\: { featuring a covered-dish
"' ) July
'' United Methodist

Say Call Street's Doing Wellby .,. ,."r4': \: k Senior entree',Adults for the fellowship The i event hall will CIf take the

., '-' T 1 :.j.: I y place in the
break it," Peterson said. ? \ church at 11:30: a.m.
Julia Howard "The first year Merle Norman wai United Methodist Camps
BCT Staff Writer here was not a great year. We had U Attending and Brandon Florida this
Though several young businesses provide what the people needed but in Leesburg youths from the
have had short life spans on Call because we have to attract them here, week are eight
Street well established businessesare they get better service,"he said. church.An .
doing better than ever, owners Hair Etcetera used to be located In Ice-Cream Social and Talent
say. a shopping center, but is now renting ijar ; m ,.I.II I show is to take place this Sunday July I
Dr. Lester Crews, owner of Mit- space In the Peterson's building I 19 at 7 for each and everyone to
chell's Drug Store, said he did more downtown. "We have tripled out rJ t attend.talent will include a varietyof
business last year than he has ever business In a month" Connie Payne a.. w acts and performances by all
done, even with the opening of co-owner of Hair Etcetera, said. church choirs, Sunday school classes,
Eckerd's Drug Store and allowing for The Peterson's building originally families, and Individuals. The More
Inflation. was doctors and dentists' offices, but The Merrier so come and enjoy.
"1 came here 29 years ago and I Peterson has been renovating it."The '
think I've done mighty well. I buildings downtown are well)) built The annual tubing trip down the It-
wouldn't select any other place from a construction standpoint, and chtucknee Is scheduled for July 25.,
around here," Crews said. we have found it very economical. The Senior High youth should contact
Loretta Merchant owner of Bret The facelift cost has been minimal .counselors if you are able to participate -
and Jerry's,said her business Is doingso and people like to see that a building in this undertaking. Don't
well that she is expanding: it to Include they have known for years can be catch yourself saying "I wish I had
silk screening and wholesaling.Bret redone like this. ,gone". Join in on the fun today I
and Jerry's used to be located on., The building has been modernizedand a. '
US-301. but moved to Call Street In redecorated in cheerful colors 3q.
s 'M Rae has become the new
oilglass 3 Bill
but they have kept the original
December.Marchant said she always director. We are glad to
church choir
and the flower boxes in the win
wanted her store to be downtown
church staff.
dows and the dark wood floors and have him as part of our
to own her building, which she does
trim around the doors. "There is a Call Street is Alive... AMENI
now.Montgomery Ward also moved to certain antique comfort about wood," It Is. did Bret and Jerry's. Choir practice times: Youth-7 to 8
.and business Is better than ever, store owners say. sides of Wednesday nights. Adults-8
line on
Mrs. Peterson said. street busy and often cars p.m
Call Street from US-301 when Jim and better for stores that have been on Call Street for several The stays nights
Linda Lawson bought the franchisetwo Mrs. Peterson who runs the Merle decades, like Mitchell's Drug Store, and for businesses the street, though usually parking Is convenient and ac- to 9 p.m. on Wednesday

years ago. Norman studio said downtown that have relocated on Call Street from other locations as ,cessible.
"Our business has increased since Starke should be a buzzing area.
we moved here," Mrs. Lawson said, "Even If they don't spend any money Member Fellowship At First BaptistA il
and she added that parking was less people I know( come in here so I know New ) ',
of a problem. "People usually know they are downtown. I want to see the New Member's Banquet honoringthe new members were Honored at an ice I Introducing : CHEVRON
hold itself and I fellowship following the even ,
what they want when they come in community together who united with the First cream .
the Cham her of Com people ing worship service.Resurfacing.
'would like to see
and so don't stay long. Baptist Church of Starke was held at I
The Pastry Shop has been on Call merce get Involved, she said. the local steak house on Friday July PETROLEUM PRODUCTSEngine
Street for four years and owner Bernard Peterson said other big cities are Due

Huffington said Starke'a working on urban renewal and that 10.This Is an event held four times For SR-100( Vest I ( Oils Hydraulic Oils, Gear Oils)
downtown Is much better than it was Starke could rebuild from the center. each to introduce the new ,
"The worst thing we can do is attract year Some good news for area drivers
four years ago. Business has increased members to the church and its pro- (Case Only)
build mall he said. from Starke to or through
and many stores have been someone to a big The is hosted by the going '
Mrs. Peterson said shopping grams. Banquet Keystone. Bids have been let for the
year remodeled or two.or refinished in the last) downtown is convenient also becauseit Pastor departments, Rev.directors Ben P. Bryant.led discussions Various, state Department Transportationto 'We Also Sell: Tires Auto, Truck, Tractor

But Huffington said that downtownwill is centrally located, and that she of the. resurace SH-100 from the Starke city -
never hears people complain about on the plans programs .. limits to the Clay county line.
never be like it used to be, when church. (Also Repairs)
Call Street believed to named for not finding a parking space or having Also the county commission announced -
Territorial Governor Richard Keith trouble getting in and out. On Sunday\ evening, July 12, the that approximately 40 more I Batteries: Auto, Truck, Tractor, Marine
to be added
parking are going
Call, was a hub-bub of activity. In themid1800's spaces
the railroad was 'to the north side of the County Cour- '
located along the tracks"depot"downtownand TOPS Classes StartThe thouse. I (Check Our Prices)

the "Commercial Hotel" stood Church of God Hosts Baler Twine:
nearby. It,remained the center of TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly I
Starke's business activity until,due to "Singing Reps" SundayThe ) chapter FL3'11'of Melrose BRADFORD Fertilizers: Herbicides Pesticides
the "auto age," more parking space Starke Church of God will host welcomes any new members in the j COUNTYTILIGSAPHPIWI.Md.ery I, ,
became a must and businesses an excellent musical group "The community interested In losing. / Thurwtay Sharpening Service:, Lawn Mower Blades,
started moving to locations on US-301. Singing Reps" Sunday evening, July weight. otlttW.Call
"It is stores now, and we at the Bush Blades
specialty 19 at 7 p.m. The group weekly SMifcc.Florida 3201 Hog ,
cater to the people who want to come We cordially invite everyone to at- Eliam Baptist Church In Melrose on
see us," Huffington said. "This Is tend this special Gospel singspiration. Tuesday mornings at 9 a.m. Second Class.......pal"d Hand Saws,
what other cities are trying to do with The Starke Church of God is locatedat Different guest speakers will talk to Slarfc,rkdd.I.bserlpllo.let, Circular Saws
their downtown-make- them specialty 422 N.St.Clair St. Come and join us the group once a month for the next ,
stores." for this great inspirational Gospel three months. ..r Chain SawsAIITE
Marchant said people enjoy shopp-- Singspiration. Nina Robinson, group leader, III,".GO por year
ing downtown. "They are tired of the Rev.MelTJrake-Pastor reports the club lost a total of 82 1/4 \ $,...ilK. monthsOetsld.r.d.crow
hassle of the big# shopping centers, pounds during the month of June. I I '
and yet they don t have to go out of For further information about the .. ,$10..par year
town. We have had a great response Melrose TOPS, contact Ms. Robinsonat ".10".month 407 N. Temple Ave 9646465A'i
from Melrose and Keystone Heights. 475-2035. I
They don't feel like downtown Starkeis '
dying." -.., .
Huffington said several shops along\ _
Call Street always close over the sum- F.LT
mer months,often because .hey have /. !* S ..
found that their rent Is too high. But p 1 1a
she said anyone wtjo owns their
building or has a good landlord is doing
alk fight. 'The Beach :
"What I've got-the quality I've got-

Marchant people will said.come downtown to buy" Is My Bag"

Carl and La tain Peterson own the
building at 118 South Thompson Street
which houses Merle Norman t:'
Cosmetics, Hair Etcetera and a new
book and gift store called Page One. ,SAVE 15% ? P
"It all)) depends on the kind of businessyou ;,1AMILY9ac ryI :1 1
put in here. That can make it or <: .,.
Get away to one of Florida's ,ti, E
Did You Know........... favorite family resorts, and V-' Look for this label r
save 15% on our already r. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fenaughtyand reasonable rates. No charge for
daughter, Amy of Tequesta children under 18.
visited their uncle and aunt Col. and Family fun package Includes
The rest is in the mattress. L
Mrs. J.A. Scanlan several days'last free oranges, a beach bag
week. loaded with beach toys, plus ii ,
dally activities for children.To ATTRESS DAYS ,
Mrs. F.J. Shaw spent the weekend confirm your"The Beach Is
with her son-in-law and daughter,Mr. My Bag"family reservation, ..
and Mrs. Ovid Bennett in Jackson- Just send a deposit and stay .
Purchase Mattresses and Box Springs (* <
ville. two days or more.CALLTOLL. Special on

Attending Methodist Camp Floridaat FREE in "Comforts" f x *+

Brandon this week for the Rising t,. IN FLORIDA W .
5th and 6th graders are Mitchell)) 800-342-5620 FIRM
Gray Jimmy Langley,Bill Hamilton, OUTSIDE FLORIDA
Tommy Johns, Scott Johns, Chris 600474-7420
Powell and Ricky Smith. Shawn
Schmidt Is at camp in Leesburg at the DfbA m TWIN
Rising 7th graders camp.

Mr.. and Mrs. C.S.Bowers of Fort BEACH LODGE I Q. ,.,, EACH _
1601 S. Atlantic Ave. PIECE r
weekend with
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New Symrna Beach Fla.32069 .
their daughter and family; Mr. and j I. Reg. $99,95
Discounts do
Mrs. R.G. Paterson. not apply to ,
special events or holidays. One FULL .
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July l',IW1 TELEGRAPH Palf4t A "

Anybody Wanna Run For Office in Hampton? Notice To Road ContractorsSealed

bids will be received in the County Commission

Room at the Bradford County Court House in Starke

So you want to enter politics and year's September election but when Gordon Wads worth, Jr.,who resignedthe Thursday, July 18; Monday, July 20; Florida, until 8:00 P.M. on July 20, 1981, for road construc-
run for public officer Charles Williamson resigned before post after serving since last Oc and Tuesday, July 21 to help anyone tion to be performed on the Crawford Settlement Road
Well, residents of Hampton have a taking his. seat, council appointed tober. who wishes to run, qualify for the
golden opportunity to do just that this! McDaniel .to serve until the Deadline for qualifying for the election. (Project No. 81-3) in Bradford County.
year, for positions of Hampton City September a, 1081 city election in Hampton election is noon Tuesday, Mayor Hank Lott Jr., MarshaUFred The type of construction will be, Finish grading
Council and City Clerk, since none of Hampton. July 21. Phillips, Sr. and Council chairman Limerock base ((6" thick, primed), Type II.Asphal con-
the 4-city council member who are Brooks was appointed as interim Qualifying fee is $30 for council and Ted Curtis Sr. do not have to run
up for reelection have indicated so far .clerk in April to serve until the $120 for city: clerk: this fall as their terms do not end until crete surface course (125 IDS. per sq. yd.) and painting the
I that they will seek another term. In- September a election. He replaced Mrs. Brooks will be at City Hall next year. centerline.The .
terim City Clerk Lori Brooks has road is approximately 4.1 miles long and is located

decided not to seek an elected term, north of Starke between County Road 16 and Lawtey. The
according a statement to The
Telegraph.Jane Water Use Up; Down..Hampto'n' Council ToldWorkers limerock base will be 20.5 feet wide with a 20 foot width

Chuck Rowland Hall, Lola all Williamson said they would and '.Two representatives of the were concerned that the system was ed Ing,suggesting enough water that,"council McCormick look at add-the surface Complete course.specifications and maps are on file in the
Farmers Home Administration water than the city was ;
not seek a new two-year term on coun before Hampton City Council appeared receiving using more money for. rates being charged and consider a Clerk's office in the Court House in Starke and may be ob-

cil.for city Williamson clerk. stated she might run to express) their concern about the The system was built several years possible increase to cover operation. tained from the Clerk.
operation of the Hampton Water ago with a grant-loan from FmHA 'We are not trying to run your All bidders must be pre-qualified with the Florida
Wilma McDaniel: stated she was Works at the monthly meeting Tues. amounting to more than $200,000. system, but) have seen some Indica-"
undecided whether to run for a one- day, July 14.Wallace McCormick suggested that council tion that you are having problems Department of Transportation in Tallahassee.
year term. McCormick, district director establish a reserve account and he said, also expressing surprise that Sealed bids should be submitted to Mr. Gilbert S.
McDaniel defeated in last and Glenn Waldron said they month in the account.He Interim City Clerk Lori Brooks was
was deposit $43 a not bonded. Brown, Clerk of Circuit Court, P.O. Drawer B, Starke,
pointed out that council needs to
establish a security deposit fund for "The position needs to be bonded," Florida 32091.
Lawtey Newsby users of the system. he said. "It is requirement. Either a cashier's check or a bid bond in the amount of

section of 301.Especially we welcome the Council system told currently FmHA officials has that 110 five percent ((5%) of the total bid shall accompany each bid
Elizabeth Mr.and Mrs. Jack Ryals formerly of
Terry "According to reports you have customers.No submitted. -
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Phone 782-3300 Air Jacksonville Apartments., who They now are own the the parents Bell sent our office,you are apparently using action was taken at the monthly The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Per-
: more water and
are losing officials
First Baptist: Rev. Ralph Coleman, of Mrs. Bonnie King who has been a the lost water," McCormick moneyon said. meeting that except:the council to promise would FmHA look into formance Bond to the County Engineer prior to beginningwork
was the speaker at our church: on resident of Bradford County for a few He stated 19-15 percent was a suggestions made at the meeting and other reports such as Design Mix, ExtractionTests'
Wednesday night, while our pastorwas years and a nurse at Orange Park. reasonable amount of water to be losing Marshall Tests and
Stability Reports Density a
away. Ten of his church came The Old Thrift Shop is taking on a but current reports show taht ,
with him and we had 27 of our church new look: as Mr. and Mrs. Mike more than 50 percent of Hampton'swater Distributor Calibration Chart, as work progresses.
there. Oglesby prepare) to open .their Is being lost. Formal Contract will be prepared by the County Attorney
The King's Church: The Homecoming business there. Brooker Town Meeting
between Bradford and the successful bidder
of June 28, was a special blessing We especially appreciate the cleanup McCormick Indicated there may be County
lasting from 10 am. to 4:30: p.m. "The of the old pond by the Baptist leaks In the system which may be RescheduledThe ]prior to commencement of work.
Singers of Heart" provided the Church area. and the little rustic causing some of the problems.
special music plus specials by Vickie bridge built over the water.A touch of "We feel like there is something Brooker Town Council meetingwas E.L. Norman
and Steve Crews accompanied by beauty makes Lawtey such a pleasant wrong,"McCormick said adding thata cancelled Tuesday because they
Rev. Don Love on the Banjo. Every place.To warranty inspection will have to be did not have a quorum as several Chairman,
third Sunday will be set aside all the people who have been so one. council members were on vacation.The Board of County
especially for Communion. gracious to us in our move,we Just do He commented the problem may be meeting has been rescheduledfor Commissionersminimum
to be with us If you need this open not have enough words. We now havea In the way the meters are being read. this Tuesday,July 21, at 7:30.:
vice. The King Church phone is now church full of red, padded pews "It doesn't appear that you are sell-
782-3238. The Love family is scheduled which the Church of God provided.
to minister at the "Campers for They are remodeling their sanctuaryin I .
Christ" Grand Opening of their parkin ice-blue and It is going to be lovely.
Montgomery, Ala., during August
13, 14, and 16 which will have Norval CheerleadersTo
Hayes and Danny Ost ministeringalso. Hold Clinic
He"s those
PERSONALS: The Bradford High School .,>.' gal
Fourth of July was a tremendous Cheerleaders will be holding their annual -
blessing as Rev. Don Love and family Cheerleading Clinic for younggirls .: :, .
and other church members helped ages 6. 13.Session will begin July *
celebrate at the Gospel Music and 27 and run through the 31st. {
Campmeet Park operated by Mr.. Classes will be at 10. 12 a.m. each day "Dip bElow
and Mrs. Donald Wilkison and son. at the BHS Gym. The cost of the clinic :
Drs. Rose and Steve Gyland of vance young girl (if paid in ad
Channel 47's"Health and Happiness"TV will be$2 per day.If paid aw
Show stopped by the Loves on it Is $2.50 per day. U you
their way to Gainesville to catch an children attending, the cost for both
airplane flight. They had just return- will be$15 total in advance.
ed from California and were on their Cash or checks will be accepted. t
way to minister in Montana.The Love Checks should be make out to the ttrR
family went that evening to help con- Bradford High School.
duct their prayer meet in Jackson- The young girls attending will learn a. halance-
ville. Tornado Cheers and Chants, double t---1 /
Guests at the parsonage this week- stunts and pyramids. Spirit awards t
end were Rev. Love's Brother, Jim will be given to the most spirited and .
Love from Polk County,his wife Carol refreshments will be served daily.
and sons, "J" and Tony. There will be something for every stuck with
Welcome to the new businesses that child so don't miss out on boosting

.r. "!" .,.are.putting,a"Face: Lift" here on this the- Tornado.Spirit and having;:f un_' --.- '",,c' '''.'

I Bradford Needs $1,900 Cancer Drive'" \ ': the service

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Bradford County has contributed who have done a great job %
$6848.54 to the American Cancer in helping Bradford county meet its k ,
Society's annual fund drive but it Is J.T. Murphy, Mr. and > charge"hlues.
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still $1906.48 short of making this Goldwire, Mrs. Joyce Jv .
year's quota of $8755, and the drive Riherd, Mrs. Loves Andrews, Mrs. \
ends Aug. 1. Muriel GUhooly, Mrs. David Montgomery -
Mrs. Louis Young, Ms. S
Miss Lillian Stump has been with Elaine Sherman, Mrs. Louiza Brown, yn
the Cancer Society since 1963,and she Mrs. Gladys Springs, Miss Frances
said Bradford County has a record of Jenkin, Mrs. Maurice J. White, Mrs. .
V meeting its quota. She said she hopes Ruth Banks,Mrs.Evelyn Banks, Ms. __k-- \
i people will mail a check today to the Mary Mosley, Ms. Linda Legett Ms. w r
Bradford County Chapter of the Jerutha DeSue, Ms. Agnes Godwin,
American Cancer Society, 1199 Bes-. Mrs. Bertis Robertson Mr. Isaac Kelly ... 9.'y .
sent Road Starke FL 32091,or bringit Mrs Ina Home, Mrs. Lucy G. < A
by Stump's Department Store. Wellon, and Mrs. Maltie Covington. W

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Y Page 4A TELEGRAPH July II. 1181

r r Variance GrantedFor


: CalvaryJJaptist

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'j.n Baptist Church and its

#' minister Rev. Herbert Black,were
Ballots Valueless granted a special exception by the
County Board of Adjustment fast Fri.
day for construction of a group living
': PolicymakersIf facility on two acres of property, 11/2
11 miles south of Starke on the east side
i of U.S. 301.

the City Commission car- ballot presently proposed Rev. Black told the board that the
as ,
main of the building will be to
ries out its present plan for a seems ambiguous and open to provide purpose shelter for children "who

straw ballot in the September all kinds of interpretations or have nowhere to stay." He said there

8 City Election on the questionof misinterpretations: "Shouldthe would be no age limit, however on
whether the voters want City of Starke, through taking in people who are homeless
multi-family housing within of its regulations and that needy mothers with children
usage zoning would also be eligible for shelter.The
the city or not, it might well be encourage developmentof facility will have eight bedrooms
throwing out the baby with the multi-family apartment capable of accommodating 18 per-

bath water. housing?" Answer yes or no. sons.

Straw ballots can create How can multi-family The project will be under the super.
than be vision of trustees of Calvary Baptist
more problems they apartment housing
Church and will also be licensed by
solve, as the County Commis- "encouraged" by the city? Friday Night Special.... the state Rev. Black said.
sion discovered in its ill-fated There seems to be no questionthat
straw ballot last fall on the such housing units are The three members of the board attending
Don't park your car In downtown Starke overnight unless you want to subject yourself to a rude awakening the the meetings, Mark Olin
question of setting up a needed, but the question of next morning. Jewelle Brown and Jim Womack
special fire tax district to where and how they are built voted unanimously to grant the
finance eight volunteer fire should not be, a matter of en- Ordinarily a car owner might think that a vehicle parked within two feet of the sidewalk in the heart of variance.
stations in the county. The couragement 'or discouragement "downtown" Starke might be reasonably safe from predators-but not so, anymore.

straw ballot solved no problems By the city- but rather, Three tires and wheels were stolen from this car sometime Friday night. fourth* tire and wheel were In the Barbara Smith and Halba Duffin of
but opened up a whole whether they are right or process of being removed, but the job was given up because of a frozen lug. The radio was also stolen and the car Cypress Beach, Santa Fe Lake due, were
new can of worms which are wrong for the location propos- left mounted on cement blocks. The entire loss. Including fancy rims that cost $275 new. Is estimated at $600. granted narrowness a setback of variance their lot, which to the

still wiggling off in all direc- The entire operation probably required 30 to 43 minutes and took place In one of the most highly visible spots In resulted from an earlier survey error.
tions. ed.If Starke. It would seem likely that during that time period someone would have seen the theft In progress. The board voted unanimously for the
a straw ballot is to be variance.

We can appreciate the City meaningful in determining
Commissioners' frustrationsin sentiment for Since the board now has no
or against
the constant battle between Session HeldThe chari man or acting chairman
apartment complexes, it Community Improvement Planning Womack agreed, at the request of
developers wanting to build should not beat around the zoning director L.M.Gaines, to serveas

multi-family apartment com- bush, but should ask point chairman for this meeting.
Mrs.Mona Canova chairman of the
Community Improvement and ,
plexes, over the opposition of blank: Do you want more Beautification Committee local CIP (Community Improvement
got off to a
single family residential property multi-family dwelling units in good start for fall and winter activities Program) said the Starke group Lawtey Water Rates
owners who resist such Starke, or do you not? Answeryes at a well-attended luncheon entered the contest last year, and was Published Last Week
developments in single family or no. meeting in the Steak House Monday. hopeful of receiving recognition for
areas. But it is hard to see its efforts in the coming year.It Were In Error

where or how a straw ballot But, if the units are actually review Some 16 16 trouble community spots leaders to receive met at-to was announced that the seeding Barry O. Watts superintendent of

would help the situation.In needed, the question should tention preparation for entering the trees purchased by the committeelast the Lawtey Water System states that
year are in good shape and readyfor the Lawtey water rates in
not be whether more people 1980-82 Community Improvement
the first place, zoning is want them than them Program as promoted by the General award is $10,000, with five state planting during the winter dor- The Telegraph's issue of July 9 were
not and was never intended to oppose Federation of Women's Club and the awards of$300 each, and a number of mant season. Two thousand more incorrect. '
but rather-are they right for trees will be ordered this 500
be a popularity contest. Thisis Sears-Roebuck Co. The top national smaller awards. year
the location chosen each of four varieties-live oak redbud According to information given by
not to say that proponents, magnolia and dogwood Mrs. Watts Lawtey has a minimum
as well as opponents to any The city's land use map' Sees Profits in Timber Here Canova said. charge of$6 for the first 3,000 gallons

proposed zoning or rezoning shows seven areas alread used for customers.. .
action should not have a Forester The chairman also announced that
zoned for multi-family units.If County Leaving t.
For any customer over that figure
6,000 azaleas will be offered duringthe
chance to be heard. But when
these are not sufficient for annual sale next March since the the rates are 80*per thousand gallons
the final decision is made, it the present growth rate of Employment in 1,500 offered last year were exhausted up to 5,000 gallons. '.

should be based on the prin- Starke; then the land use map during the first few hours.
ciples of good zoning and not should be reviewed and addi- From 5,000 to 10,000 gallons the
on which side is the most tional areas zoned for multifamily Mark Fries county forester for become the "wood basket" of the Na- Mrs. Canova also expressed the charge above is 75t per thousand gallons.All .
Bradford County for the past two tion by the year 2000 since slash pine CIP's appreciation for the coopera- 20,000 gallons is billed at
vocal or can turn out the most
dwellings.A years and four months will leave which grows especially well in the flat tion of the city government in past Sot per thousand gallons.
votes in the next election. straw ballot view Starke at the end of the week to accept lands of this area, is perhaps the clean-up and beautification efforts The rates given in the July 9 paper
In the second' ;the wording as we ,o employment with "TreesforTomorrow" fastest\ growing tree\n\ the,country.. and expressed hope that this spirit were for a proposed sewer system
place it 'would confuse' the
; only a private environmental will continue In future programs. which never has been approved by the
of the question on the Issue.ExPresidents organization in northern Wisconsin "The Southeast can grow more Lawtey City Commission.The .
Fries' native state. volume of wood per acre per year
than anywhere else in the U.S.," Aerobic DemonstrationAt water system went into service
The forester will be engaged in Fries says. Western pine and other Public March 4, 1976 and has been available
I Overpaid environmental educational type programs hardwoods are much slower growing LibraryDon't to Lawtey residents ever since according -
designed to inform the publicon the forester points out. miss the excitement at the' to Watts.
the best use of natural resources Bradford County Public Library as it.
and the best practices in timber Fries says that nationwide projec- goes Aerobic on Wednesday July 22!
With all this talk'about Give outgoing presidents a harvesting. tions indicate a serious timber shor- Cheryl Godwin, from the Starke. CETA Applications

"across the board" budget staff allowance of $300,000 a tage by the year 2,000 and lan Recreation Department,will be at the: Now'Being ReceivedAt

cuts-why should ex- year, and gradually reduce Job From here his, Fries observations is convinced while on that the downers in this area have a real opportunity library from 3:00: pm.400: p.m. to Employment OfficeThe
Presidents be exempt? this to $200,000. We think Bradford County landowners have a to cash in on their timber demonstrate Aerobic Dancing. Come
dressed to All
Senator Chiles mite crops if managed properly. Anyone participate teenagersand Florida State Employment Ser-
was a great potential for success in the adults are welcome.
A good question, says this After all management of their timber for with at least five acres and up can vice is accepting the
generous on one. proHe The library will also be hosting a Comprehensive Employment
Senator Lawton Chiles, who fit. make a good investment in the future and
how secretaries can an if film festival for children on Tuesday Training Act (CETA '
many they plant program )
declares that the Govern- pines now, Fries
ex-President-even one with a predicts that the Southeast will believes. morning July 21.The films, "Millionsof Applicants must be at least 15 years
ment, last year, spent more lot of to Cats" and "Friendship and old residents of Bradford County
memoirs-put produc-
money on ex-Presidents thanit Cooperation will be shown from and economically disadvantaged.
did for tive use? 10:00: a.m.-lO:40a.m.: All children bet- with
on the budget the en- little or no work skills.
tire White House-a neat $22 'ween the ages of 3.8 are Invited. Applications are being taken at the
Set a limit (a maximum of By. For more information feel free to
County Agents Florida State
million in 1980 including the feet) the size Employment Service
40,000 square on visit the library at 105 E. Jackson office in the 1902
209 West
expenses of expresidentialspouses of presidential libraries to be Bobby Street in Starke or phone 964-6400. Call St., Starke. Courthouse,

and widows; ex-presidential maintained by tax: Notebook' .

museums to hold old dollars-also limit space to be phone: 964-6280 Taylor ....

campaign buttons and other used as a tax-supported Extension 209 .
artifacts, and libraries to presidential museum. It's not '

house ex-presidential papers, the initial cost, you know,
most of which could better be (probably around $5 million Even though we should be getting Most of our soils are sandy and hold
afternoon thundershowers from timeto about >/ inch of available water in the
consigned to File 13. by Washington stan- ., ,
time a watering program for your top 6 inches of soil. If the root zone :, < "
No one is advocating cuttingoff dards-but) think of the lawn Is still a very important prac (top 6 inches) were dry about /i inch '
all ex-Presidential fringe upkeep) It takes a lot of tice. Irrigation is often necessary on of water is required to thoroughly wet i ,.,
scrubwoman-power to mop some lawns even during the rainy this area. This is more than 300 .
benefits but if Social Security '
and polish 40,000 square feet season because water loss during the gallons of water for each 1,000 square ; ;
food stamps, and college of floor hot summer days is so great.A feet of lawn.A '. '
space. .
student loans are no longer n" .. ... ... .. ,.
practical and economical water ,. r -- .. ..... .., "'.
sacred cows, why should ex- ing involves when how and general rule often used in this Yx NyI.YWk
Presidents remain untouched Senator Chiles introducedthe how much water should be applied. area is to apply from 12 to 1 inch of
when put out to pasture? bill last year, but that was You shold water your lawn when the water one or two times per week In
B.R. (before Reagan). It turf is under stress from lack of summer. Of course all soils are not
Senator Chiles is apparently didn't get to first base in the water. The following are hints of the same so you will have to adjustthe Welch Moves New
asking the same question and hands of those spendthrift water stress in lawns.If particular amount lawn.of water to apply to your to OfficeLund

has introduced legislation in
the Senate which would: Democrats.Let you notice spots in the lawn which surveyor Patrick Welch opened his new office at 1I:3H:N.'< Macmahon Street. I
first turn a bluish-grey color and then Water should never be applied at a 011 JUlie 211. Welch had been located. 222 N. Temple Avenue until
Provide Secret Service us hope that President turn brown water is needed.If rate faster than it can be absorbed by was destroyed by fire the building

protection for former Reagan lends his magic touchin the soil. If the sprinkler applies too
an effort to get the ex- footprints remain in the grass much water it only runs-off and is being
Presidents for eight years on- long after walked upon water is need wasted.This seldom happens with Land surveyor Patrick Welch open. McMillan for 18 years before starting
ly (not indefinitely as at pre- Presidential retrenchmentbill ed. If the plant is full of water, it will small sprinklers unless the turf is ed his new office at 858 N. Macmahon his own business three years ago.
sent). If no one does them through Congress this be resilient and withstand foot traffic.If very thick or the soil compacted. Street on Monday morning June 29. Welch is the surveyor for the city of
harm during the first time. But we can hardly expect Welch had been located at'222 N. Starke. McMillan has retired but he
bodily that he will intervene in a soil sample is taken in the root Avoid extremes in water. Light fre- Temple Avenue until a fire March 31 Is the Bradford County surveyor still.
eight years of their zone and it feels very dry and quent waterings are inefficient and destroyed the building. He worked out Welch moved into his: new office
obvious conflict of
view of
ment, it is reasonable to crumbles, additional water is needed.In produce shallow roots systems. Ex: of a temporary office at 28 S. Walnut Saturday, June 27, and he said he
assume they're home safe. interest. In fact, Mr. Reaganwill cessive irrigation which keeps the Street until his new office was built likes it. It is not on the main road but
probably be looking for a prolonged dry periods of high root zone saturated with water is afro behind Pizza Hut.; "people will find you If ,they need
Prohibit the use of taxpayer raise in ex-Presidential temperatures and strong winds, all of harmful to the grass. Roots need air Welch worked for surveyor Merrill you1. he said.

funds to finance the benefits after his retirement, the preceding symptoms may be to function and too much water kill:
writing and publication of seen. During these periods plants or greatly decreases root growth. -. .
the First
if he and Lady con- may lose water faster than it is absorbed -
presidential memoirs unless tinue to live in the manner to and will wilt. Time to water is also important.,

said memoirs are to be which they have become accustomed During dry periods it may be .. ..AOPOaac., MIAMI ,
published and sold by the (at taxpayer expense With a little experience,you can tell necessary to water during the heat of "" '........- 0 It,.,. AI
Government Printing Office. ). when it is time to water. Watering in the day. Water will cool the grass and .\V.-e t..:.. 'fir. ,i .
this manner is called an "as needed" prevent damage. However when 9rap. \ t: oG ,;>
program. This is perhaps the most daytime watering Is not possible I .
economical way to water but 1 you water whenever convenient. Late I MTABUSHED U7t ''-ORfifX'ton ;'W'
must water when needed and not at a afternoon or early morning water I ... ."#"' ,
later time. Delay will cause perma- which keeps the grass wet for many' i G. FERGUSON' -JOHN M.MIUIK,Publisher: '1 1t
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\fJo Clara Johnson, Glen Desue Wed June 20

The Social Side Clara J. '
I Ir. Johnson
daughter of Mr.

Gladys Moo. ty Of TheSociety and Cephus Johnsonof Mrs.

Lawtey and ,
4r Editor ', : Glen Desue son
of Ms. Jurutha _
:_ Desue of Starke
961-7608 News were united in
=>o marriage
Mt. Zion AME
Church in

Cr t ''lilt l 1 I, i l Ellen Hagan and Dan McKinney Rev.Lawtey W.G with If."i J

Mayberry per
Married June 27 at Latter Day Saints ; forming ble the ring dou- "r

Miss Ellen Hagan daughter of Mrs. niece of the groom,who was in chargeof ceremony.
Edna Hagan of Graham and Dan the brides book. The bride's table The altar was
McKinney of Suwannee County,son of ,was covered with a lace cloth and at decorated 'wltharrangements
Mrs. Bettie Epperson Mizelle of ,one end was the three-tiered wedding
.dL rtw..t3 of .
--- cake decorated with pompoms '
Starke were united in marriage June pale pink roses. ..
Being served punch at the reception for the O'Stecns Friday,were: I 110 r, 27 at 2 p.m. in the church of Jesus Atop the wedding cake was a hanging
Heather O'Steen. Mrs. O'Steen; Mrs. L.C. Early. Hospital Auxiliary: pouring Christ of Latter Day Saints on Bes- miniature bride and groom in front of baskets ferns > .
and .
palms arch-
and Mr. O'Steen. sent Road, with Bishop Ernest two wedding rings. At the other end ;
Peacock performing the ceremony. was a crystal punch bowl decoratedwith ed candelabrawith :j'l'
Mrs. Dorothy Smoak, pianist and white carnations and ivy. Serv- 16 candles. Mr and Mrs. Glen Desue
New Hospital Administrator and Family Harley Sykes, soloist' both from ing the cake was Mrs. Harley Sykes of Presenting a I
Jacksonville, presented a program of ,Jacksonville and Mrs Eleanor Nor- program of nun- "
Honored and nuptial music Including a solo, "The ton served the punch. Nuts and mints tial music were Mrs. W.M. Randolph, with doves. Margaret Newton cut the
at Reception Tea FridayC.E. Lord's Prayer" by Mr. Sykes. were served in crystal dishes placedat pianist and Shirley Johnson and Steve cake. "
The altar was decorated with arrangements different points. Marshall soloists. Red punch was served In a crystal
O'Steen, new administrator of The tea table was covered with a of beautiful summer The groom's table was covered witha Emmett Warren Bright attended as punch bowl. Finger sandwiches
Bradford County Hospital and Mrs. hand crocheted cloth with green and flowers and potted ferns. The family white satin cloth and centered with best man and the ushers were Gerald mints nuts and sweets were served.
O'Steen were honored at a receptionand yellow daisy inserts and was centeredby pews were marked with 2 white car- the groom's cake made by the Smith Eddie Johnson, Keith Harmon Veronica Williams kept the bride's
tea Friday. 'afternoon in the an arrangement of seasonal sum- nations and streamers of Ivy. groom's sister Mrs. Cindy and Dwight Barber book and assisting in serving were
hospital library given. by the hospital. mer flowers flanked by single candleholders Brother Wilford Jordon of Lake Householder of Bushnell. The cake Cathy Johnson served as honor attendant Betty Tyson, Jerlean Johnson and
department heads. with tall tapers. Trays held an Butler served as best man and Bill was covered with green tinted She wore a green polyesterknit Sammie Johnson.
assortment of finger sandwiches, Boyd of Lake Butler, served as coconut depicting grass and topped floor length gown and wore Priscilla Tanner and Irene Wain-
The Randolph Borees cakes, cookies, cheese, crackers and groomsman. David Sasser and John with two John Deere tractors,' Mrs. baby's breath In her hair. She carried wright directed the wedding.The .
assorted pastries. A punch bowl was Sasser nephews of the bride were Householder, served the groom's green carnations and baby's breath couple. is residing at Pleasant.
I To Celebrate 50th at one end of the table. ushers cake. Sheila Fay son, Jerlean Johnson, Grove.
AnniversaryMr. The many friends that called bet- Wilma Peeples served as matron of Passing out the rice bags (which Harriet Hamm and Sandra Desue The bride and groom are both 1976
ween the hours 2:30: and 4:30 p.m. honor' and Sharlene Addison of really held wild bird seed) were Kim were attendants. Sheila and Jerlean graduates of Bradford High School.
and Mrs. Randolph H. Boree were' the hospital staff, Auxiliary Keystone Heights was bridesmaidand .Householder niece of the groom and wore yellow gowns and Harriet and The bride received her AA degree
will celebrate their 50th wedding an- members, doctors wives and their they wore Identical gowns of pale Becky Ann; Addison of Keystone Sandra wore pink gowns. All wore from Santa Fe and Is"employed at
niversary on Sunday. July 19, in the staffs. pink chiffon and lace. They carried a Heights. baby's breath in their hair and car- Florida State Employment Service.
Fellowship Hall of the Woodlawn Bap- The O'Steens are residing In' the single long-stemmed pink rose and The bride is employed at North ried bouquets of pink carnations or Mr. Desue attended Santa Fe and
tist Church 618'Stockton St.,Jackson- former Futch home corner of Church baby's breath. Florida Evaluation and Treatment yellow carnations with baby's breath. Lake City Community College and is
ville. Street and Call. Street. They have two Given in marriage by her brothers Center in Gainesville. Kim Desue, Dana Johnson, Laterra employed at Denmark's Furniture.
The reception will be hosted by daughters Jolene a student at the Carl M. Hagan of St. Augustine the .The groom, grandson of Mr. and Johnson, Sonia Harmon and Telia ......
their son-in-law and daughter (Iris) University of Florida and Heather bride wore a gown of white chiffon Mrs. Raiford Epperson, and great- Fountain were flower girls. Eric -=- -- ..
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas. .Pannell and who will enter 9th grade in the fall. over taffeta, the empire waist and grandson of the late Sheriff Will Ep- Johnson was ring bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel L. Goins of
family from 3-5 p.m. bodice was chantilly lace with a low person is employed as service technician Given in marriage by her father the Gainesville were Saturday dinner
The Borees were married in Starke'in rounded neckline and a small stand-, at HoBo Tractor Co. in Ellisville. bride wore a white satin gown with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
the First Baptist Church on July 16, Darlene Bennett, up collar. The long sleeves of chantilly After honeymooning in Georgia the lace on the arms and collar. She worea Palmer.Sr.
1931. Mrs. Boree is the daughter of the Chuck Pezez lace were edged in lace at the wrist. ,couple will be residing in Starke. halo headpiece with nylon veil and
late G.H. Bennett and Mrs. Anne Mae To Wed July 31 Her full length veil of illusion was Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. carried a bouquet of orchids.A Max!*'* Sassy Lady
Bennett. held at the head by a Jeweled head Carl Hagan Joan, Timothy and Kelly reception was held in the Lawtey Gainesville's Finest A Only
Friends of the couple are. .invited to Mrs. Joyce Bennett of Bristol, piece and she wore a double strand of Hagan of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Recreation Center where Veronica Body Wrap< Cellulite
attend. Tenn. announces engagement and pearls. She carried .three lon-- i Jake Hagan, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Williams greeted the guests at the TreatmentsAfternoon
approaching marriage of her Michael all from door.
stemmed pink roses and baby Hagan Hagan.
Miss Jennifer Jockel daughter Darlene June, to Charles breath.A Graham and Mrs.Annie Samac from The bride's table was centered witha Delight 11-3-*12.5O
Shower Honoree (Chuck) Andrew Pezez, son of An- reception was held at the home of St. Augustine.., three-tiered wedding cake topped 3744022New
drew Pezez of Corpus Christ!, Texas.
1 the groom's mother on Church St.
Miss Jennifer Jockel, whose mar- of
Miss Bennett is also the daughter
riage to Matthew Box will]) be an event the late Johnny Bennett of Lawtey. where the guests were greeted at the
: of Aug. 8, was honored at a bridal The wedding will take place Friday door by Miss Kathye Jo Householder

shower Wednesday night, July 8, July 31 at 7 p.m. at the home of Mr.
given by Mrs. Philip Vellenga Mrs. and Mrs. David L. Bennett in Deer-
Jesse Moore, Mrs. Bob Ferguson and wood subdivision, Starke with a Sandra Douglas :
., Mrs. Raymond Stanwix-Hay at the reception following. I
home of the latter Ernest Tanner II --
at Hampton Lake All friends and relatives are invitedto ,
Oaks.,. attend. Engagement Told
The refreshment table was covered a
with a gold cloth and centered by a Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. "Pete" I ,
,\. garland of ivy interspersed ,with Douglas of Brooker announce the :, J. .
","'I+ 'marigolds Mrs) Ferguson served the 'Retirement ReceptionFor engagement and approaching mari I i ,'fn 't &d"\ t'th '
cake at one end of the table and Mrs. riage of their daughter Sandra .
Vellenga presided at the punch bowl Mary Williams Elaine to Ernest Eugene Tanner, II,
at the other end of the table. The bowl Friends are invited to attend a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Tanner r
was encircled with ivy and marigolds. reception honoring Mary Williams on Sr. of Starke. r> + .
During the party hours games with Sunday July 28, between the hours of The wedding is planned for Friday es
prizes and refreshments Aug. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Bap-
were enjoyed 2:00: until 4:00: at the Hampton City s
by the 23 guests. .tist Church in Waldo.
The hostesses presented' the Hall.Mrs.. Williams will be retiring from No local invitations are being sent '
honoree with a corsage made of kit the Hampton Post Office July 24 after but alt friends and relatives are Invited I'
chen gadgets and. the meat fork,to her 30 years as Postmaster. to attend. -
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'. .,' .' Leila Mummaw and Joel Stormont Flta Party IN, Newlyweds Honored At Open House

Given For
NewlywedsMiss (\ .
j 'MarrledJuly1InGardenWeddingi 1 Billie Wilson and John Bloom 1\. I, i, Mr. and Mrs. Olin White entertained N
.: Jr. whose marriage" last Saturday ''I : at Open House on Sunday July 12; i As honored couple: arrived they
i. were complimented a Fiestaparty ; "''; : for Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cosby who :' were presented with a corsage and iboutoonalre. '
'" Leila Mummaw of Lake City Wednesday night,July 8.given 'f'I.:!. .;"'i were recently married ana Just .
... daughter at Mrs Gertie Owens ofPmnpano by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy,Mr. .\ .r'.[ returned from a wedding trip to the Approximately 100 guests were Invited
Beach and Joel Stormont, and Mrs. Eldon Hardy Sen. and!Mn. \1 r1: Island of Maul In the Hawaiian to attend between the hours of 3 .
.' Jr. of Takoma. Maryland son of Mr. Charley Johns and Mr. and Mn. I I Islands. and 4:30 p.m.
'.." ," and airs.Joel Stormont,Sr.of Starke Jerome Johns at the home of the lat !. Mr. White greeted the guests at the
were: united in marriage Wednesday ter on Crystal Lake. 1 (door and presented them to the
,JulY 1, at 6 p.m. at a garden wedding Mrs. Charley Johns greeted the ':' ," honored couple. Miss Becky Cooper > .1 t ,
at the home of Mr. and Mn. Leon guests at the door many of whom .' ; The refreshment table was covered John Tilley ;;
;"mont -' were in costume or Mexican attire. with an ecru embroidered cloth and,
,Sr.performing the nuptlala. A white silk hibiscus was given to 1"" ,centered with an arrangement of silk: To Wed Saturday. ;
The couple repeated their vowsbiIl. 'Billie to wear behind her right grand flowers In shades of aqua yellow and Miss Becky Cooper and John Tiuey
.: arch covered with springer one given to Mrs. Wilson Sr. to wear 1 't..1 'pink. At one end of the table was a 'will be united In marriage Saturday
and flanked on either inured by ar- SI sr behind her left ear. Tl leaves bouton- qn. ...... ... ... ;, :'crystal punch bowl and at the other i July 18, at 7 p.m. In the First Baptistchurch {
t' ranaementa of flowers white nieres rolled In the shape of bull horns T end was a silver tray holding a with a reception: following In '
a yellow, and wedding palms and were given to John Bloom Jr. and Christina CashdollarChristina watermelon shell filled with melon the church: : Fellowship Hall.. \
yucca tree. Bill Wilson, Sr. and cantaloupe balls, blueberries All friends and relatives. ..invited.
m&n Millie Dlcandio. aunt of the The Johns home was decorated in Cashdollar. strawberries, and grapes. Finger ''to attend. .
bride sang a solo. the Mexican theme including an easel John TatumEngagem.nt foods were served on silver Moore
John Stormont attended his fatheras with an oil painting of a Mexican boy; Told Mrs. Dorothy Eyvonne
best man. Jason Mummaw son of 'a red velvet and gold sombrero hanging presided at the punch: bowl Toads (More SOCIALS
.. toe bride was an usher. at one side of the fireplace and an Ms. Margaret Taylor of Keystone assisted by her daughter, On Page lOA)
." The bride's mother. Mrs. Bertie arrangement of huge red silk roses Heights and William Cashdollar of Moore. Also assisting was Mrs. Larry
Owens was matron clbonol'.She wore and greenery at the other side and str Lake Asbury announce the engage
a street length dress of red and white In.Pof beads were hung In. the arch ment and approaching: marriage of
and had daisies In her hair. She carded .t doon. their daughter Christina Sue, to John SMI"zc b'9
an arm bouquet of red roses ""." ** ,;i"* *W L Centering the long refreshmenttable Wade Tatum, son of Mr. and Mrs. r
white daisies and white streamers. 1. ? I was a 40" round Mexican brass T.W. Tatum Jr. of Lawtey.

Given In marriage by her son ,*&& _*---l)_:_ ._ jk:4.Y4 tray on a wooden stand centered with The thelsFirs f Sept 11, ,
frank Mummaw. the bride wore a Mr. and Mrs.Joel Stormont a hand embroidered bull with a rose at 8 p.m..In Baptise Church SUM tl "ER!
.street length sun dress of cotton In his mouth. At either end were two In Keystone Heights.
: polyester In white with red trim. In with red Mexican mats In predominating The bride-elect Is a 1961 graduate of ,
bar hair she wore silk red roses with greenery Interspersed aqua hot pink and lime green colon.: Keystone Heights Junior-senior: high Ad Good July 17-23.1981
daisies: and baby's breath and carried flowers and flanked by three single 'Woven baskets, bright colored dishes school. Mr.Tatum is a 1979 graduateof q Quantity Right"..-.! d
nosegay of silk red sweetheart candlesticks.: and abalone shells held Mexican Bradford High School I Slab
.roses and white daisies. The bride's daughter Christ! Mum- foods including Guacamole. Cnlli- U.S. Good
A reception: ) was also held at the maw, kept the bride's book at a table Con-Quero Mexican pralines, hot SmokedBACON
home of ..... and Mrs. Dlcandio: Sr., covered with a white lace cloth and bean and cld8 i dip Chaloopas,curried Rib
holder with Christian Church
grandparents of the held a single silver candle fish and other Mexican dishes I. all interspersed
plants and greenery were placed at candle,book,feather pen and photo of with fresh fruit. Planning Centennial $2":
points Interest the couple. In the family room was a Mexican Steak 9gCLb.
4' The round bride's table was Mrs. Charles M. Schmitt directed bull pinata hanging from the ceiling: Celebration? July.26 ':
covered with a white lace cloth over the wedding and reception.: Pouring stuffed with candy which was broken The congregation of the First Christian
red linen and centered with a three- punch were Mrs.Virginia Jones SandyJones. Mrs. by one of the guests during the evenhosts Church of Starke is planning a Spfctd" tykes ,I
1# tiered cake decorated in red and Virginia Dlcandio and Mrs. Centennial celebration and annual II I
white.The cake was flanked by silver Miss Millie Dicandlo: presidedat The presented the honored homecoming on July 28. LuncheonMEAT Cooked Beef
candle holden with burning tapers. the food table which was covered couple with a pair of band embroidered The first congregational meetingsof
j. Mrs. Thelma Denmark and Mrs. with a red cloth with red lace overlay and crocheted pillow cases the church were held in 1881 at HAM LIVER I
Shirley Oicandio: cut the cake. and held silver trays of finger foods. as a memento of the occasion. Orange College In Starke conducted:
'. The round punch table was covered The couple Is residing in Maryland Approximately 80 guests called bet by Prof. O.P. Young. Since the exact
'with white lace cloth and centered'' where the groom is employed with the ween the boors of 8 and 10 p.m. day of the first meeting is not known $ 89$209xpk 9gCLb.
with a crystal punch: bowl.encircled\ CIA in Washington, D.C. the congregation has selected the last
Sunday in July as Centennial Day to

I "Little Women" Enjoy Lake How te Partya enable town the members past ministers to include and out-of-thei 5 Lb. BagSUGAR

: i weekend In their vacation plans. All tykes
The Little Women's Club of Starke teen young ladies were able to participate 24-hour shift basis 'were: Mn. I 01 the former ministers and their $ -59
,', Lake House last in the activities. James R. Reddish Senior Club CoSponsor 'families'have been invited. Among Beef
enjoyed a Party Senior Woman's Club ,Mrs. Mrs. J.E. Denmark Mn. l to attend are Rev. and
Sponsor ; those planning
at the Waln-
week June 30t thru July 3. $169
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't" house on Klngsley Lake. Sixth Joan Chitty served as the fulltime Keith Gillingham, Mrs. William 1 Mrs. Homer Swindell Jesse and Betty Bologna .
wright resident house parent .for the four- Stroud and Mrs. DeRitch: Green. In Sherwood, Bob and Norma
day/three-night event. Assisting her addition to the above other I BadgetL Charles and Alme Jean I:
i Frank Paula in chaperoning the 18-18 year olds, on mothen who dishes Reese,J.C.and Margaret Brown and Ga. Red. 303 CMTomatoes ._ Bush .11. ClillI.
'. for the evening meals were: Mn. 'John and Maxine Wagner. ..
Celebrate 50thAnniversary Ralph Bryan. Mn.' Kenneth Mott AU former church members are I. Blackeye

Mrs Cell) Richards Mrs. B.R. Nix, Mrs. Jenny Sixes, urged to attend the morning service OUt.Charcoal..

Mr.and Mrs. A.F."Frank" Paul of Mrs. Tom Tatum, Jr., Mrs. O.J. .beginning at 10:45 ,a.m. followed by 2 for 89'
Starke. celebrated Honored atR.tir.m.nt Boyette Mn. Roland Stern and Mn. dinner in the Fellowship Hall. The fPea:100 s
Legion Terrace Rleski. Baer will deliver the :
their 80th wedding anniversary June Dinner Terry Rev. Raymond .. 3
The set sleeping The Junior Church will 890
,. 27 in Shelton Conn where they spent Mrs. Cell Richards who has been' down girlste dock up In the half-walled quarters meet message.with the on that 11 IZ d pk + Tax
the two weeks.A WhIffeD for
past employed with Dr. D.W.

dinner and dance reception Mrs. John was the past 16 yean, was complimentedwith featured screened: a unique large suspended pavilion swinging which- Sunday.On Saturday July 25,there will be a RC's & Flavors MilkTax
their children dinner Friday
given by a retirement ,July. double bed. Air mattresses undersleeping cookout at the church: : from 7 to 9 p.m.
ZaneUa'of Shelton, Conn.. Anthony J. 3,at the Holiday Inn given by Dr.and bags and cots provided other for $-fBO $111
and out..of-town.I\IeB 8aI
Paul of Colorado Springs, Colo Mrs. Whlffen. + Deposit
Each the
sleeping areas. : day young
Richard D. Paul of Las V fl Nev.. The dining table was centered with
..Quests-and.\ relaUvea.1am& from. .. of red carnation*end T ,,ladles were divided. into groups, and
WMI wnrangement .
... 'wits Card Thanks
.. Pennsylvania, Vermont" Rhode 'white daisies.! alternated and In assisting duties. .' the kit- t'-::: of '; 18 sz,8 pk !+ WliclaD Lbs 32.r Lqw IJmI

Island New Hampshire Florida and Attending the affair were the office' chen On Wednesday clean-up,evening, the girls
& Cokes Food
Connecticut.: : staff and 12 guests. with Pepsi Dog Gator Ade
entertained their boyfriends a
A family! reunion was held the next The Whiffens presented 'Mrs. .. and watermelon We wish to thank each and
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.John Richards with a personal gift during ,'hamburger cookout Meadows served.Chief everyone of you who have extended ,I' $181 + Tax Deposit $8111 + TazWioc.ry 69*
: Zanella; some of the relatives hadn'tMea the dinner. G hung.Cook his courtesies of love for Eva Anderson ,
providing specialty
each: other for 23 years. during her stay at the Bradford Coun-
Grilled Corn Cob La
on the
The Paula also received a card of I
,corn husks. Other fathers assisting ty Hospital. She will be moved to the :
congratulations from President. and Gainesville Convalescent Center.
with the evening meals were DeRitch
Mrs. Ronald Reagan. Green. William Stroud. Keith Gill The. Epperson Family '
Miss Becky Coop.r 7/18 Itchg.:
Methodist Women ingham and Terry Rieski. ,
Shower Honor* Water skiing boating, swimming, I .
Hay Salad Supper and other water activities were en-

United Methodist Women met last Miss to John Becky Tilley Cooper will be whose an event marriage of- Joyed by the Little Women during the
Tuesday evening for a salad supper in complimented week as well as.plenty of"Sun Soak
Saturday night was
Fellowship Hall with 37 members andguests a bridal shower Tuesday night,July 7, ing". aU night confabs", and continuous o'

present given by Misses Tammy Baldree eating.
-,". Group 6- under the leadership of Charlene Beam Susan Douglas
Mrs. RJB. Mullins, presented the Melissa Winkler and Mary Anne
devotion entitled "Children" and Miller at the home of the latter. Etfcettr .I... 2J Wotchyour
opened with a hymn. Group 5 with Games with prizes and
Mrs. John Schmidt and Cana refreshments were enjoyed by the 25 Marvin SB. Slott, D.B.S.
Schmidt, was in charge: of the music. noun.
guests party & Maxlllofaclal$
rdet'reshmen pral surgeon
Group 7 presented the program The table was covered
'Child Abuse". Mn. S.G. Denmark with linen cloth and centered
a yellow
Announces the re-location of his Forlune
introduced David with.
.McCampell: with a crystal punch bowl encircled:
; the Bradford-Unlon Guidance Clinic. with ivy and marigolds and held iced office at Doctors Park behind. No; grow
'Y Following the supper a brief business Cokes. Fla., "Regional Hosp. 1
meeting was conducted: by Vicepresident The hostesses presented the 6510 NW 9tt1 Blvd., Suits 4

Mn. A.J. Eaves. honoree with a Crock; Pot as a Gainesville, Fla.S7720ie .
: The meeting was adjourned with memento of the occasion.
the group Joining hands and singing
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V 0 At Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryhad Karl Smith of Gainesville Is visiting Rossand- Reed Nolin of Oak Grove

) Mr. and Mrs. C.S. Bowers of Fort as last Thursday luncheon and ner grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.X.M. ?spent the past two weeks with their
Lauderdale spent the weekend with dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernie ,
Smith this week. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs P.T.
whose marriage their daughter and family, Mr. and Lobb and family of Aurora 111., Mrs. Nolin. Mrs. Nolin and the boys visited
an event of last Mrs. R.G. Paterson. H.T Downing Mrs. Ivan Niblack and Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Sea World two days while here.
at two parties Mrs. H.L. Tolbert of Lake City and 'visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wadson In
z To Mrs. M.A. Payne and daughter, Mrs. William Bell of Baldwin.Mr. 'Branford last Thursday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hoppe and
9, Miss Moxley Nancy returned June 28 from three daughter, Melissa of Tampa were last
J luncheon given by weeks tour of seven European coun and Mrs.J.C. Dukes and family Olive Ryder of Gainesvillewas Saturday visitors of Mrs. O.L.
Mrs. Cliff Chap visited Disney World and Busch last Saturday visitor of Mrs.J. E. Beasley and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid.
I' ; Register III tries.Mr. Gardens several: days last week. Wilson. .
: latter on Hampton and Mrs. J.T. Carver and family -
Mrs. L.D. to
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visited Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Deloachin Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Addison of Col- Friday
y' No returned after Vin
Lex Sanders Monday Monday with Mr. and Mrs. J.C. ,
\. all served the guests Lake Panasofkee over the umbia, S.C. were last Monday to two weeks visit with his grandparents log In Palatka.
as they arrived. weekend. On Saturday they attendedthe Saturday guests of Mrs. Arlin Mr.and Mrs. Curtis Sanders,
r tables were concert at Florida Southern College McKnight. S.C.
I Sr. in Spartanburg
; < cloths with potted in which their daughters Vickie ,
1 flower inserts, plac- and Kelli performed. The concert Scott Miller of Jacksonville is spending
, : i music performed Included selectionsas the summer with his grandparents DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY

1 guests was the "I Have Only One Life To Live'* by Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET FOR 1981-1982
Mrs. Ben Moxley Artman; and "Crown Him King of ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS '
of Gainesville. Kings" by Bach as well as sacred Employees of Gator Freightways .
$ 24,000
I presented the dances and performances by the Inc., from Starke, Miami Tampa Federal Impact
'j' piece in her woodwind and string ensemble. Orlando Leesburg Cocoa, Fort R.O.T.C. 12,500
I try memento of the' oc Pierce, Jacksonville and other terminals F.E.F.P. 5,852.179
day. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy M. Carley of attended the annual picnic and Comprehensive Health 8,000
jl I Knoxville Tern spent their 23th wed barbecue Saturday at Orangedale on Instructional Material ; 79,562
r r' fried . . ding anniversary on July :S I with their the St. Johns River, near Green Cove
cakes son-on-law and daughter, Mri' and Springs.Mrs. Racing Commission Fund 52.000

y 11,Miss Mode, Mrs. Benny Wilkinson III who State License Tax '. ,.,. 21,000
at the Holi treated them to a seafood dinner.. The Guy Sale and Mrs. Keith Gill- Student Development Services 55.176

was Miss Ellen Blood- rest of the week the Carleys toured Ingham and children, Keith Jr. and Transportation :' 1". 225.121
Bloodworth, Mrs. central Florida and Georgia.Mr. Kathy spent Thursday to Saturday Education. 96,543
The Mrs. Michael Sex- with Miss Jean Mundy In Comprehensive
and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Tallahassee: K-3 Educational Improvements .: | '. 228.461
and presented to the returned Monday after. 10 days visit School Bus Replacement >' 54.115

" the Mrs. B.L. Mox- with her parents Mr. and Mrs.. E. James Franklin Outlaw, son of Mr. Library Allocation ,f 9.361
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. Mrs. Mox Worth Jackson in Winder, Ga. and Mrs. L.H. Outlaw of Indian Harbor District Taxes 734,525

Cecil Melvin, Beach, former Starke residents, .v: ..
groom. Mrs. Lenora Walker and son, Davidof received his Doctor of Dental Surgery Tuition .' :I'i'>i' 48.700

[' of mixed sum- Savannah. Ga. were Saturday luncheon degree from. Emory University on Interest Income I v,' '. .'. ', t:" 60,000
I B ivy runners guests of Mrs. Ewell Lawson, June 15.Mrs. Indirect Costs ,:, 'r : '. ';', ;'. 30.000
Place cards '* .. ..: "
I From Capital Outlay :w' : 63.720
Mrs. Marian Conner and daughter
her bouquets P.D. Reddish celebrated her '
I for Helen and son, Leonard Orlando Fund Balance Forward '. < . 90.000
from arrangement 70th birthday Thursday night at the ,' ... '.v 17,744.963
'. r party were Friday overnight i guests of Western Steer Steak House at a surprise -r
f"" were Mrs. B.L. Barney McRae. They, along with family birthday dinner in her

I't I Ga., Mrs. Mrs. C.P. Nazworth, attended the honor with. approximately 20 atten ANTICIPATED EXPENDITURESSalaries .
.1 t .R.M. daughter Jan of Peterson-Douglas wedding in Lake and Benefits ;' > $ 6,195.634

; hot Charlie Burch of City Friday night. ding.Mr. Textbooks .. 72.914
i f ice Mary Jo Evans of and Mrs. Don Patray and Mr. Teaching Supplies 147.672
H.E. Campbell of Mrs. J.H. Moncrief, of Kingsley and Mrs. Gary Brewer and sons attended Library & Media 25.905
t Mrs. Arthur Sexton Lake Mr. and Mrs. R.W:: Underill of the Silver Spur rodeo in In-Service Education 23.190

\ Indialantic and grandson, Ryan Kissimmee and visited Disney Worldon Utilities 299.500
: presented the Underill of Brunswick Ga. were July 6. Contracted Maintenance 47.192 '
, ,I to her china vacationing in the Smoky and Blue Other 661.863.'
of the occasion. ,Ridge Mountains last week. To Capital Outlay 20.00(1!( j'
.i f Card of ThanksWe $ 7.499.870
" the Tom Caldwell of Lakeland and
at 7 daughter Mrs. Jeanette Jeffersonand The proposed millage for the Operatln Bud et is 4.515 mills.
}t ner. baby daughter, Jo,of Gainesvillewere would like to express our thanks This is the minimum required by Florlda-Statufes to participatein
scored 35/4 last Friday guests of Mrs. Lila to friends neighbors The First Christian the Florida Education Finance Program. A public hearingwill
.- The place Tuesday Caldwell and Mrs. Lila awn. Church of Starke and family for be held on this tentative budget and required millage on
night weekly Duplicate the many cards and things done to Monday July 20 1981 at 7 p.m. in the office of the Bradford

"W Cecelia Ter- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry and make our 45th wedding anniversary a County School Board, 582 North Temple Avenue Starke
fou Shaw were second family spent the weekend in Tampa memorable occasion.. God bless you Florida.
is invited to all. The above notice was authorized July 13 1981.
; public attending the Johnson Drug Co.,
.1 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baer of'SchoolsBradford
and : Tuesday at the Christmas showing and on Sunday Thomas L. Casey Jr. Superintendent
Building. visited Circus World. Itpd 7/16 County Florida

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'J j I. business rl. Intends to register attorney and the TO ALL PERSONS HAVING or unliquidated the
> nam of I told fictitious nom. amount claimed. If th. CLAIMS OR nature of the uncertainty ) Maxte/s! Sassy Lady-
} the MOTEL order the provisions' of claim I I. not yet due the DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE shall be stated. If the [I Gainesville's Finest 8 Only
; Florida Av.., aforesaid statute. dot.when It will become ABOVE ESTATE claim Is .secured the BringResults IJ()) Body Wraps A Cellulite
Int.nd. Dated this 16th of due shall be stated. IF .
)i! day I AND ALL OTHER PER. security shall b*
.., by law fictitious July. A.D. 1931 In Bradford the claim 'Iscontingentor SONS INTERESTED IN described. The claimant Ft if TreatmentsAfternoon
I I'i' First Ih..92yl- Florida. 7/16 4tpd unliquidated, the nature THE ESTATE: shall deliver sufficient I. I\\ Delight 11-3-$12.50
'' be aforesaid 8/6. of the uncertainty shall YOU ARE HEREBY copies of the .I 374-4022
.' 'In the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,' 1 be>> stated.' If the claim I I. NOTIFIED that the administration claim to the clerk to
' trr".0 24th day of FOR BRADFORD COUN ..secured the security ...f",the i enable the clerk to mall/.. i _
day. In Brad tttall b* described. The state of Geneva H. each q..' .
p TY "FLORIDA.' PROBATE one copy to personal lei ..
A.D.. 6/25 4tchg DIVISION. Case No. claimant shall deliver Neighbors' deceased representative.All .
sufficient copies of the File Number
BI82CP. File No. 81-56-CP persons InterestedIn .,
e 'licers: 13330. claim to the clerk to I I. pending In the Circuit the estate to whom a TTr28.lfo State :i
In re: Estate of' FLOYD enable the clerk to mall Court for Bradford copy of this Notice of i-*
CITY GARRETT AMBROSE one copy to each personal County. Florida .Probate Administration has If.LORSiAM,
years Election Deceased. representative.All Division. the address been mailed are required. 964-7828 k88 Templet|
Hampton NOTICE OF person Interestedin of which I I., P.O. .. WITHIN THREE REALTY ..-
Two Election ADMINISTRATIONTO the estate to whom a Drawer B, Stark, MONTHS FROM THE .. --
1981. copy ofthls Notice of AdminIstration Florida 32091. The personal DATE OF THE FIRST ''Phone '964-7700 i GEORGE ROBERTS-BrokerASSOCIATES

began July ALL PERSONS HAVING Vhos been representative of'he PUBLICATION OF THIS t IJ393 N. Temple ..AVCciUI -.
Two ends July CLAIMS OR mailed ore*? required estate I I. Guy Har. NOTICE to file any objections -: :
ON Position WITHIN THREE MONTHS 'elI P.O. Box 84. have Weekends and Evening Call
Acre lot $3,000 with
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL FROM THE DATE OF THE Srooker. Florida. The that challenges th*, I Richard Robert.964-SSfS Ann Godwin '".5."*
Two OTHER PERSONS IN. FIRST PUBLICATION OF name and address of validity of the dec.. $500.00 down payments \Patsy Sllcox 64-657' Norman Heddlng .'".It"
( ) seats TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: THIS file any the personal representative's dents will the $55.25 monthly. J John R.Smith '".'217 I Linda W. Johns .U4-60V7
'form can YOU ARE HEREBY objections they may attorney are set qualifications of the
from the Ci NOTIFIED that the adminiStratIon have that challenge the forth below: personal representative 1 lac. farm cone. blk. 3
Irma bet of the- validity of the decedent'swill All persons having or the venue or B.Room 2 bath home, with HOMES
Holton and 12 estate' of FLOYD GARRETT the qualification of' claims or demand jurisdiction of the all appliances and some
kl. through AMBROSE deceased the personal representative ngaint the estate are Court. I'urn. on St. paved Rd. 225.I j| INVESTMENTS
/ Itchg File Number or the venue or required WITHIN ALL CLAIMS I
r- tain 81-87-CP: Is pending In jurisdiction of the Court. THREE MONTHS FROM DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS 1 Ac., with trailer near BUSINESS PROPERTY
OF Florida Probate Division TIONS NOT SO FILED NOTICE to file with the ..BARRED 3 BR home furnished
AND FOR the address of WILL BE FOREVER BAR. clerk of the above court Dot of the first separate apartment, to* I MOBILE HOMES AND LOTS

I Haven COUNTY which Is, P.O. Drawer a.SIark. REDDate a written statement of publication of this r.nt. to help make .
of the first
In .. Florida 32091. any claim or d.mand Notice of Administration payments.
(t- I The personal representative publication of this Notice they may have. Each : July 16. 1981. lERFi: .
L_____ name of of the estate I Is, of Administration:. July claim must be In |I I Guy Horrell As Personal 710 St. Rd. 16 ,
Seal Wife 16 1981. and must InI I I ooc.
Paul l. Hawkins, whose writing Representative of $ FAULKNER
address I I. 2009 Capri Paul L. Hawkins As dlcate the basis for the the Estate of Geneva H.
:30th Hus Road. Valrico. Florida Personal Representativeof :lam! the name and Neighbors Deceased.
the Estate of 'PiES ac. across from E./: BERLTY ;
AD. I 33594. The of the name" and address .Ambrose, address his :of agent the creditorar or attorney ATTORNEY REPRESENTATIVE FOR PERSONAL i Flea Mkt.. $4,000. /, .

,will finance.Evening. .
Deceased. I
| .'. attorney and the amount : George ,H.
: : MILLS AD. are set forth ATTORNEY FOR PER. claimed. If the claim is Pierce, .P.O. Drawer 1 I 9&4-50&5. [9
ward below: SONAL REPRESENTATIVE not yt due, the date I 1030 Stark. Florida .. Pleas call I
'I I HEREBY All person having : Fred C. Slk**, when it will become 32091. Telephone, ((904). ) Vernle. Odom Broker I Alton>
above on action claim demand P.O. Box 608. Clear- due shall b* slated. If 964-S70I. GRI. Phone '".147'. ,.
'1 or
7. of'mar against the estate are water Florida 33440: the claim is contingent 7/16 21chg 7/23. J.R. Kelly Associate! 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
noon. filed and required; WITHIN THREE Telephone. ((813)) S Office Spa *For Rent -
7/2 .
IN 'THE of your DATE OF THE FIRST Monday.Friday t.i Saturday t.3
petitioner's* NOTICE to fit'. with Ih. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 'TEN ACRES with. nice BRICK VENEER HOME fwebaIs.
clerk of the above courta
is J.J. PROBATE Ads large patio. fireplace Hwy 125.
written statement of
P.O. BOX '
claim or demand 81-S6-CP.
In any '
Florida hey may ho".. .Each) In re: Estate of Bring ,US :301 'BESSENT ROAD several building lot* available.
or before I ,
claim must be In writing GENEVA
H. '
band. i and file and must indicate the, NEIGHBORS. Deceas (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q THREE BEDROOM COUNTRY HOME en 80 ACRES.Pasture,

with the xisis 'for the claim. the ad.NOTICE Results NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS ,fenced several pecan trees and large/ bam Included.
either name and address of the OFADMINISTRATION 145000. T.r....

on peti creditor or his agent .or 964-8788., ANYTIME .
TO: or Im 130 BEAUTIFUL ACRIS. Flv. acres In stocked fish pond
; p.m. fenced and cross-fenced.3 wells,hay barn.2'large sheds
judgment Ennlngs'and Sundays by appointment and stall. Most In Improved po'''''*. 25% down. Owner
YOU 'for the Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR will finance at C% Interest, rate!
in the
Modify hand and RK South of lawtey-Approx. MOO*... ft. Inc.apt. with LR 2 SECLUDED AREA with beautiful pecan and other' large
of 1 Court on BR A both- Cent heet/elr. 2 rest rooms 640 ft. on 301 shad **.. Pour bedroom 2 bath home.
riage I (,Plenty parking) $110,000.:
Brown. As .3 bedroom 1 bath block home with fireplace. $27,500 INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY-Hwy 301 South.

". Court. By: 645231leas owner financed. I .
and f a* Depu .J Bedroom 2 bath black hem In mint condition. Ha P/4 ACRES Hwy West. 3B., I IB horn. Mobil home hookup

serve family room ft screened-ln patio < cent. heat/air almost Included
._ stove-ref. .
tw & dishwasher on ' $43,000.'NEAT
the with option to1"purchase, 3 bedroom. 2 bath :
OF home large/ rooms. 928.SOO. 2 bedroom frame, cor. lot. screened front porch.lasedln ONI to FIVE acre hom. "* 'S% DOWN. Good term .. .*

.. ..*.*. ; back porch. $22,600. balance.. ,
b"'roam.-.cllltl'ul' .1 I ACRE mobile home lot Laura '
P.O. Split brick home.with: central nr Church3000. WATERFRONT PROPERTY-Kingsley and Crosby La.*..
Florida heot ft air. 9 bedrooms 2 baths. SSI,500. (
the ...... . .3 ACRES |just out of city IImlt.-$7.000. Office Space far rent. .

Rental Property 2 homes both for$1 .50G '
the Section beae. . 2V4. ACRES $5.000 < Acre St.OOO terms.
Statutes, ,I ,2BR home for rent .n Crosby L.... .
Court Handy Men 2 bedroom hem .nl I : $ .OOO
down. owner will finance. she balance! 0.009.. ESTATE
before * .*... Property Management Services'Appraisals .
| Corpora- Budding Lot Just Reduced $J,"J. '

will' (,. ., _. FL, HOURS Susan M. Faulkner-REALTOR-44-S04J '
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'' OffIce Manager ,".7454 Gravdons-ALISMAN-64-S1M
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: s Use Sure Gloves, to Capture 1 ran

Women's Sub-District "B" ChampionshipStarke's -iLA

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5 41 ".

Dominos didn't scare toner's bracket finals Saturday night.
anybody off with their offense as a 1
shown by the fact that only two But in the finals the Dominos were 1 1w.r
players hit over .500 for the weekend ae too much, winning 8-3 as Sheryl :ar.: i Lr
-but the defense was superb and that Jackson went 3-for-4 with two runsand
glovework keyed a 4-0 Domino sweep Lorna Leasure chipped in two
through last weekend's Women's"0 1 hits. Lee, Jackson, Leasure, and
Su -Dlstrtct Tournament in Starke. Debra Gilpin aU had singles as the
The Sub-District championship, the winners opened with a four-run inning
first for the Dominos in four years, In the top of the first.
sends the local league power, along : : AAJ+,.1
with runnerup Lorelei, to District'sset Lorelei got just eight hits. "- 1
for July 24-26 in Crystal River. .
Out of the running is Continental 1 1API For the weekend Karen Norman led ...J i
Waters, Gainesville's top-rated "B" the Dominos at .600((0-10)), including! a ...... I
team, and the ..
pre-tourney favorite. S-for-3 day against Continental.
4 I
CW saw its offense completely shut \. Jackson was 7-13 with a triple, Lee I
down. by the Domino defense Satur MS with a homer and 6 runs scored r ..
day afternoon, the Starke league 1R JI Gloria Sapp 2-4, Leasure 4-12 awlI4Inda ... ,<,1 4
champs winning 4-1 by limiting Con- Cubbedge 4-13 with a double.Sf ,. I,
tinental to eight hits. At one point in
the game a spectator followed up an rlte's other entries fared not so i
inning-ending double play by urgingthe well. The league runnerup Dazzlers ta I

Dominos to get their offense go- were gunned down by Lorelei 18-3 ,:= ,.. .. -
ing. Coach Donny Bagwell answered: before falling to Lake City Athletic t ;
"as long as they keep playing that Attic &-5, and the third place Saints '
kind of defense Ifll be happy." were crunched by Continental 274and .., ,
That defense kept up as no CW runner Lorelei 183.
got past first base after their second
inning score. The game ended For the Dazzlers Pokie Jenkins was '
with Gayle Lee turning two by herselfat Jeanna 1
Nancy Teston 4-6,
second base, giving her a pair of soon 3-7, and Janet Williams and Penny This Twin-Killing Put it AwayThis I
twin-killings in the win. Also Marian Hannah 25. double play turned by high-leaping Domino shortstop Gayle Lee ended a i
Walmsley skied high for a line drive .' 4-1 win over Continental Waters and clinched a District tournament spot for the I
and turned it Into a double play with .. J Leading the Saints was Mary Starke club. .
first baseman Edith Sapp. .e. \to- -- "''' Felton with a 44 weekend that included The best seat In the house belongs to Domino second baseman Marian
Lorelei, which the Dominos had a triple and Viola Haguewood 2-5. Walmsley at right.
held on to beat 11-8 Saturday morn- Terri Got a Laugh With Dominos Win

ing, came back to rip the Saints 18-3, The Dominos first place showing was just the thing to cheer up teamate Terri
and Lake City Athletic Attic 19-10, to Parrlsh who got out of the hospital to spend a weekend at the ballpark. Here she .
get a shot at Continental Waters, and shares a laugh with Dominos Lorna Leasure and Dawn Schoening.Terri .
made good use of it,winning 9-2 in the Is recovering from Injuries sustained In an auto accident.It's .

VIi FPL's :'. .

Akridge Versus Akridge, ; ;


Starke Versus Keystone AgainYou've :

heard it before but we say it Bel-Med American. In other first- Gone are ace pitcher Gerald Brown sobigh? '
again; it's Akridge versus Akridge, night games set for 8:30: Middleburgwill and Greg Wilkerson, who won two >, ,
Starke versus Keystone, as the eight- meet Gainesville Blue and Bel- games in the tourney last season,but I ,
team Dixie...Youth Major League All Med.National will take on defending Stephen Jones, a batting star as an>! .. m _. ." '." .........ik..iII.\i..
Star tournament opens at Orange champ. Gainesville Orange. ;11-year-old returns and Akridge feels I
Park's Bel-Med Complex Monday Coaches are saying Gainesville Starke's balanced league will make
night July 20. Orange, which is the Western division for a strong all-star entry this year.A .
For the third year in a row Starke team, is again the solid favorite, what .,,
and Keystone Heights have drawn''' with pitching star Greg Turner and a win over Keystone will send Prices have risen so much in the past
each other in tile first round of the corps of boys on the brink of passingthe Starke into an 8:30 contest with the few that we now spend$4 milliona
tourney for top 11 and 12 year olds. 12-year-old age limit. winner of the Lake City BM 4E'T years
And once again twin brothers Edward Admission to the tourney games is American game at 8:30 Tuesday night ] day on oil.
.and Edgar Akridge pitted $1.25 for adults and 50 cents for while a first round loss will pit the I've heard that oil prices
against each other from across the children. To get to the Omega com- local stars against the loser of that
diamond Edward coaching Starke's plex on SR-21 turn right at the light at same game Tuesday at 6:15. were dropping. Will the fuel
club along with Warren Carver and Parkwood Avenue (a Raco Service Play continues with four games adjustment go down as a result?
Jerry Wilson, and Edgar an assistanton Station will be diagonally across the Tuesday, three Wednesday, two Oil
the Keystone staff headed by Snap intersection).The fields are just down Thursday, and the championship '' prices dropped
Grilliot."I Parkwood Ave. game set for Friday night at 7:30.: : recently, but this summer we'll be using
just couldn't believe it," Edward Starke, which lost to Keystone 5-2 Starke's Major All Stars are Jones, even more oil than usual because one
said, shaking his head from his lounge last year but suprisingly came backto Tom Watson, Brian Whitehead, Ron of nuclear that I
chair seat at a Dixie Minor all star win three straight before falling to Brown, James Johnson, Jimmy our plants generates
game last week. "I just wish we could Gainesville and finished tied for second Wilson, Brad Green, Stacey Bowen, lower-cost electricity is being repaired.
play 'em a little bit further down the place, comes in to the tourney I. I,Stacey Green, Chris Cribbs, Robert During months of moderate temperatures '
line. You know it was.nice to play this year even more highly regarded, Starling, Scott Anders, Hal Wood, 1\
them the first time but we would have at least in local circles, and may ,Gary Wise, Chuck Coburn, and Robby overall use of electricity decreases, ->
liked to wait a little while before facing again make a run at the,title I McRae. and we burn less oil.This could mean a
each other this year." lower fuel adjustment. A lot will dependon
Edgar, also a spectator at the the weather the of oil and how
price i
Minor League tourney in Starke,
echoed those sentiments in a seperate CHRISTLUTHERAN much generation we can get from other
conversation: "We have a fine Michael C. Cook, Vice President, Fuel fuel sources.
natural rivalry and it's just a shame Resources and Corporate Development at
What is FPL
fight high
that one of the two teams has to knock CHURCHpastor Part Everglades Oil Storage Facilities. doing to
the other one into the loser's bracket oil prices? Everything we can. We
so soon." Glen Schmlege / for in the oil market bothin
"I asked them to draw again," Ed- 4732419j j shop bargains ,
ward added with a laugh. That request Why is there a fuel adjustment contract fuel supplies and in open
of course was turned down. Church Service 10:30: am ? Customers are market purchases. We're not buildingany
So it's Starke against Keystone facil-
Monday In a 6:15 game that will be understandably annoyed by high summer more oil-powered generating
one of two tourney openers at Bel--. I Keystone Lion's Club bills, and particularly the size of the fuel ities. And before we use the ones we
Med's Omega Field complex. On the have all other less-costly
we use our gen
other field Lake City will! be playing *Sunday School and Bible School Resumed 9 am adj stment. But fuel represents about nuclear natural
erating sources gas,
45%of the total cost of generating electricity
and coal-generated power from other
--- so the cost of fuel does have a
utilities brought into the state by trans
the bill. Since fuel
big impact on costs
Available Starke it's havea mission lines. We've also been mixing '
Now I change frequently, important to :
timely and fairway to cope with these coal and oil at one plant, and we're
pursuing opportunities for convertingour
The fuel
enormous fluctuating costs.
oil plants to coal use.
fuel bills
adjustment allows us to pay our
Doesn't the fuel adjustment
so that we can continue generating

electricity, and to pass on any savings destroy the incentive to buy

directly to our customers. fuel economically? No. First of all,<

Why does it always seem to our own performance standards are
I a.+ w w .w. of 1er keep going up? Because the cost of extremely high. In addition, there are t

fuel has gone up, especially residual oil, efficiency incentives built into the ,

the kind we use most. About half of fuel adjustment regulatory proceedings, :

our'electricity is generated by oil; even and FPL must prove that all fuel was :": .

M'. more in the summer. So oil prices have a bought and used wisely when its case .,

..' dramatic effect on the fuel adjustment. on the fuel adjustment is presented. :::" :

Does FPL make a profit on.the ,:.1

fuel adjustment? No. Not a cent of ':; 1 ,

r I $35 Residual $34.00 the fuel adjustment goes to profit. All'' j-lf: I

Oil Prices 629.00 of it goes directly to pay for the cost ,
(Approximate '
$30 per ''I.*
barrel levels) of fuel.

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h Starke Dixie Boys Go All the Way to Finals

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_ Starke's Dixie Boys All Stars went finally stole home as well on a passed "The ] -
further than most people dreamedall ball to the catcher. 1ayers: showed a lot or heart season, he /dot nervous but he never l'i
Tonight, ,
', the way to the finals in last week's Gainesville kept on coming up with facing a pitcher Chappell that said.was"They. probably were got rattled. i f'' Tart i 1

to District take second tourney for 13-14 year olds the big hits,however,and added three throwing the ball faster than they had Starke made Its first break In the

L ,:, dleburg team that place will behind now a Mid more runs in the bottom of the same seen it thrown all season but you have bottom of the fourth after Colvin nail + tlb +4a f .tp{ eta 3 ,r_ v' I ''t I Ikr'SI'
the area in the State Dixie represent inning to take the lead 6-1. to hand it to them,they sure did come ed the door shut on the Middleburg of-
l tourney. up with the right plays at the right fense once more In the top of the inn
Starke,which won three and Starke 4 Middleburg S time to win." ing. Centerfielder Barry Warren
games had drew the first walk off Lee and stole
lost two In the tourney, Chappell a weapon of his own,
whip however in Mike second on the next pitch. Colvin went
Gainesville East.13-9 in "This was a game that seemed to pitcher Colvin. Col-
game Thursday night to a reach the take a lifetime to play) ," Head Coach vin, who plays third when he isn't pit down swinging for the first out, then
finals where, as a tired Coach Hiram Hiram Chappell said after his Starke ching, showed the big crowd he had Carlton Johnson blasted a triple deep
Chappell it "We Dixie Youth All-Star team had just as much stuff as the opposition. into left field that sailed over the out
put : Just ran out of
( bodies in the final and the detetuc. : host team Middleburg 4-3 in "I can't say enough about the game fielder's head and Warren scored the
i we played the game night before contest the eighth-lining of its second round Mike pitched," Chappell said. "His game's first run., putting Starke Safe On a Swipe of Second
just '
:'\ took it out of us." game. control was the best I've seen it all ahead 1-0. The UK Is too late as SUrke'f Gerald Brown steak second In a Dixie Boys I.
l I I The result was an 11-3 Middleburg All War Tern.. .
1 win that sends the host team into state
,' i I competition.
t "I can't tell you how proud I am of
the boys for"coming this far in the Vbu'i Going Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Of for 1! .
tournament, Chappell said after tilt

game. "They showed a lot of heart! Twice..Prints...Get an extra set of prints
and they represented this area witt with every roll of color or black and white .1'I I.\
good performances on the field ant Tiib print film developed and printed.. TODAY :' '
fine sportsmanship off the field s AND EVERYDAY. '1<1', '
They're a credit to this community." Twice (... Rim?.Gel two rolls of print Him e
The Starke team, tired out from at ) for the price of one KOdacolor black and \
extra inning win over Gainesvllli _ _ r whlte.wllenyouhaveyourfllmprocalaed.t ..1" .
East the night before the 10 a.m G .. Twice the Guarantee..Buy onlylhe prints f t'
championship test faced a tough Mid you want. No hassle-even II the goof was In "
dleburg team in the finals that the) the picture taking.
had beaten by the barest of margin

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the last round as Starke and CLAIROLCONDITIONU
Gainesville East tangled into extra innings ECKERD A ECKERD
I before the local stars came out wxfilioriALO
} on top 139.Starke's. I ASPIRIN J K[ VITAMIN E
1 pitching staff just"ran out COLGATE 11-0Z. -39 -:::.- '.. 249 atat.tSes I

I of people" according to Coach Chap 0'100 eOTTLB........33 Sale CAPSULES 100 ...
pell and the Middleburg batters HPASTE29 Priced .. ..,... supplementcapsules.
5 tablets Dietary
first capitalized three scoring nine runs in the I t-OUNCH .s Limit 1 raw Instant after shampoo =-'== Limit 1

"1 was proud of us for getting thereto Sato treatment. 2 types. -.. .-,
Priced ..........
( the final) and I'm really not disap-- 0 II
pointed at all and I hope the boys, Contains fluoride.Limit 1 CONTACCAPSULES AFTER CUTEX
aren't either," Chappell said. "We'II -
be back next year and maybe will get ; TAN LOTION NAIL ENAMEL
the bye in the next to the last round I PACK I

t then. We'll show them next year." 10 OP.Time-released....... ..121 nF" DiscouragestJ ::., .......79
; Starke 13 Gainesville da- C0N A Choice of assorted m
from flaking or fading. =: ..
congestant. Limit 1 fashion shades.Limit 1 c.
I The Starke All-Star Boys used the GILLETTE SWIVEL Limit 1 :-=::- -4
powerful!pitching of Mike Colvin and DISPOSABLE _
some timely hitting by the rest of the
team to score a thrilling 13-9 victory I RAZORS
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Thursday.It over Gainesville. East to stay alive ": / C Ghetto" PEDESTALHJDACHI FLASHLIGHTSYOUR GARDEN Na10t HOSE Kas BLADE II

was a sweet victory for the Starke I 'iK/Jl9
squad because the same Gainesvilleteam Priced ale I wiveI lPivoting ltoe.17.Mamt.00 CHOICE.eo.a.t" .....188 :: ........ GAS
had knocked them from the head. --- assorted f 2-ply. 21e EDGER 1 1Ms.
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previous. The loser was out for good. 1 tlttlngs.ROLLOMATIC hose. Brass. I
Starke drew first blood in the top of Cast Iron. 14988Brigge8
the second When Gerald Brown strucka Adjustablegrids
single into left and stole second'on I & drafts. Stratton 1m.
the next pitch. Jason Pope walked, 50-FT.OUTDOOR GARDEN engine. Fingertip -
then third baseman Rick Welch hit a EXTENSION TOOLS control.
long fly into center field to sacrifice G-PACK eli'I CORD YOUR
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Colvin struck out the first two battens PEPSI or 879' .
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Keith Kehoe
that sailed
caught a pop fly U.L listed.
three.over the aGainesville lights for out number I 6/-1/ 49 = : : c

roared back In the bot- 12-OZ. T:::,. a seer
tom of the third after Starke failed to CANS .PACK. H r J.MHCGRILL LYSOL .. .. ii FRENCH II
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biggest innig of the tourney, exploding Tripod legs.MASK Regular or Scentll.8TARBRITE 4= round beams&pillow. IfJJ
for six runs. I I
Colvin hit a double into left field and FR1TOSCORN ;.. ,,-
stole third to put a run into scoring ft 21J"x 4."pvc
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When the dust had settled Starke I -- 1 JJJJ.4M; a I ST..3"; II
had grabbed the lead by a score of 6-3 PALMOLIVEGOLDBATH i "T OFF 399 REGULAR No Ice needed.
and was in the driver's seat. REaUI.ARPP.ICBS Cool& Just freeze ; .
After Gainesville picked up two in SOAP ,:'f88C Assortment of scenes Assorted! Colors.HARTZ A Spinning rod for or the lid.
the bottom of the sixth to pull to a sizes. every
within a run Starke went back to I s-oz. / : j) ,,:'
work, Kehoe starting a seventh inning
uprising with ,a long-ball homerun. PICNICJUG
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Brown and Kehoe brought the winn- I
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put the icing on the cake when they .
both drilled doubles to score Brown
and Kehoe. Starke won the longest I OLEDIZCHARCOAL e

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Dixie lUinors: .

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After taking Friday night's 'I f

semifinal game in the Dixie Youth
Minor League All Star Tournament

Keystone coaches were saying that
the Starke club they had just
eliminated deserved a better fate.

The,Starke players, coaches, and fans,
no doubt agreed.

Starke lost close games to the

tourney's top two teams- Keystone. A A
which topped Starke 8-5 in Friday's

game, and Middleburg, which had J 1y . ,. .
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dealt the local boys a 5-2 loss in the

tourney's second round and then A Major League Play... '

climbed back from the loser's bracketto One of the best,and biggest,plays at last weekend's Men's Church Sub-District baseman Billy McRae. for a forceout at second In a one-run win over Parkview
win the championship with 7-6 and tournament was this one where Kingsley Lake shortstop Duane lIardee at far Baptist of Lake City.
3-2 victories over Keystone. right, ranged deep Into the middle. glove a ball and then flipped to second
Sandwiched in between was one of uk
two high water mark for the host club,

The a Starke 21-0 other trophy.blasting was came awarded at of tourney's Bel-Med the Sportsmanship end National.when- Y t f Kingsley 2nd to Wesley in Church d un- istr ct

Keystone 8 Starke 5 Kingsley Lake Baptist lost a six-run
with doubles and and finished with 4 hits while
4 was 5-9 2 5 runs, Wesley First Methodist was led by Pat
lead to Methodist In the finals
Tommy Vey, a minor-leaguer who Wesley Randy Joyner 3-5, and Darrell Sam Bassett Farelon McClellan, Mundorff, 4-7 with a triple; Kevin
but clinched second
throws with Dixie Major speed, toss- already was HIlliard 24. John Thompson was 3... Harvey Rhoden, and Harvey Smith Tillman,3-5 with a double and 2 RBIs;
in last weekend's Church Sub-
ed a two-hitter and survived some place with a triple and 3 runs against all had 3 base raps. and John Denmark 2-2 with a triple.
anxious moments of wildness while Districts in Lake Butler so the Starke

Starke was'running short of pitching Sportsmanship Award Church League Champions will be going

in Friday's eliminator. Goes to Starke to the District Tournament set for .. ,.,. 1. '.. .' .: .
this weekend July 17-19 in Cocoa. .. .
Even after opening a gap in a 3-3 Starke Dixie Minor League Coach ,
ballgame with three in the fourth Kingsley, which had lost to Wesley
runs Richard ,
Wimpy right, the

had and two to weather more in a the tense fifth last Keystone inning Starke's Sportsmanship players Trophy and fans awarded accepts the Dixie to 7-2 Saturday in the afternoon winner's but bracket come back finals to
by 'f/
before claiming the With top Alachua Methodist 9-6 for the ; @
victory. an Youth commissioner after last week's jjf1jII(1"11I8? @
8-5 lead Vey was helped greatly as tournament. crucial second spot, looked like it ( @
battery mate David Horne gunned might force a second championshipgame <<
down Starke's Chuck Mullins on a as it built up a 6-0 lead after
That show combined Witha
steal try at second base for the first three innings of Saturday night'sfinale
out In the last. But Matt Whiteheadand brilliant pitching performance by A Dennis Crawford home run,
Chris Noegel drew walks as the Starke lefty Tim Lewis to make for a one of just two for the weekend for ?

Starke fans heated up, cheering for a rout. Lewis allowed just one hit a Kingsley with the RF-80 balls used, "
rally. Then came the strange play harmless first inning single that was was the key blow in a four-run first,
that took the holler away from the wiped out when catcher Rob Powers and the locals added one-spots in the
Starke side. Wayne Prevatt gunned the runner out trying to steal second and third while checking: .
popped second.Lewis struck out five and with Eaton
Wesley on three hits.
up to second base for what looked like
solid defense behind him survived
But in the fourth the Gainesville
the second out but Todd Wacha dropped
the ball. It was indeed the secondout seven walks,only once allowing a Bel-- league winners exploded for eight hits
as the infield fly rule was in effect Med runner to third base. and 11 runs to take the lead for good. "y Kaleidoscope t
On the other hand most of Starke's .
Church of God of Starke, which
but the miscue turned into a double
play when, in the confusion Starke's lineup saw third, If only briefly as finished tied for fifth after,winning fl Pen & Stationary
Noegel wandered off second base and they sped by third base coach Jim their opener over the Prophets 15-8, 1 d
out alert Lewis. After a 0-0 first inning the local, also had Wesley on the ropes, leading 1 1A
was tagged by Keystone-
Paul 9-10 year olds jumped all over the 6-3 after three innings but a couple of "
shortstop Akridge.
losers in 10-run second that started balls chances r.
a dropped fly (on tough )
Earlier a catch in deep center
super Sanford had with Powers doubling over the third opened up the floodgates and before
by protected
Billy base bag and finally ended 14 batters closed
Starke had they were Wesley's Terry
Keystone's advantage.
later:A key blow was a towering dou Anderson had smacked a three-run : I
loaded the bases with nobody out as
ble by Matt Whitead to right-center homer and the Methodist club led
Bo walked Ed stroked -
that brought home Jason Johnson and 146. Church of God was eliminated'
of his two hits and John
one ,
Chuck Mullins. Also picking up RBIsin the next time out by Alachua 7-3.
Stanwix-Hay was hit by pitch.Mullins the inning were Mullins on a hot First Methodist, the third represen-
then drove deep to center but "
I a single, David Lizenbee with a tative from Starke, played just twice,.. .1"ll
Sanford made a run and then a leap- ... .
sacrifice fly.. Lewis with a bloop dou .'losing to Church of Christ of Lake City-.,,";-r > -
ing catch, allowlng'jbst'one run to ble to left, Chris Noegel tin an infield '7-2 and First Baptist of Gainesville\ ,
score to make it 64. So good was the and Joe Hildebran a :
single, Kirby on 104. ,
off second Reg. $8.95
snag that Douglas ran bases-loaded-walk. Kingsley Lake had started with a ,
thinking Sanford had dropped the Starke added three more in the 7-2 win over First Baptist of
ball, and was doubled off for the second fielder'schoice
third. Lewis on a Gainesville Friday as Dennis
out. Vey then fanned the last and Powers lofted a double to Crawford went 4-for-4 with a triple :
man to get out of the Inning. After the left before Eddie Douglas, Hildebran, and then squeezed by Parkview Bap- by Sheaffer'
game coaches from both sides calledSanford's and Mark Stricklanddrew in Set $5.95
pinch-hitter tist of Lake City'5-4 eight innings
in the
\ grab the turning point walks to force in two scores. Saturday before meeting and losing to

game. Wayne Prevatt then singled over first Wesley. Their batting leaders for the
Starke had garnered its first two another RBI. weekend Dennis
base for were pitcher
runs in the second as Whitehead and Eight more tallies were piled on in Crawford, 10-for-18 (.556)) with his Reg. $2.6.0 $2.39 Reg. 5041

Noegel walked and came around on the fourth as the game was closed out home run, a triple, and a double, and 3M 810 Scotch Brand'' r_
walks to put the host team, up 21. by the 15-run rule. Prevatt brought Terry Hardee, who hit the first pitch ta<
After Keystone scored twice in the base Whiteheadand the Magic Transparent Tape'
home two with a delivered to him out against Pro-
third thanks to a bad-hop double by Alvin Jenkins raPi lashed run- phets and ended up 6-12 (.500)) with a Frosty tape to most becomes surfaces.Invisible Resists when

Paul Akridge, Starke came back to producing singles, Ron Zurfluh was homer, double, and 4 runs. applied cracking moisture, and yellowing with
not the count 3-3 with Mullins hit by pitch to force in another run, Billy McRae was 6-16, 3-3 with a age. Excellent for paper mending,
reaching on an error and scoring on a and Johnson ripped a sacrifice line to double against the Prophets and picking holding and splicing.Can be written
Kirby Joe Hildebran groundout. right for another RBI. up another double and 3 RBI's on. .'T wide x 300"long In a non- I
Starke's other run came in the fifth For the game Whitehead was 3-for-5 against Parkview,including the winn- refillable plastic dispenser. (A8-105-A) & :

when Douglas lined a single to right to with his double and 3 RBIs while ing ribbie on a sacrifice fly in the bot- OTHER SIZES ALSO AVAILABLE.
score Prevatt. Powers was 2-2 with a pair of two- tom of the eighth. Neither team got &I

baggers, Prevatt 2-2 with 3 RBIs, much offense going in that game with
Starke 21 .. BM National 0 and Mullins 1-1 Chris Noegel two
Jenkins scores
Kingsley pushing across Paper Clips :::::.:=
Dark clouds swirling overheat 1-3, and Lewis 14. (Hardee and Kenneth Mott on Precision made for firm gripping power .. .
threatened a wash-out but maybe it sH0 sacrifice flies by Curtis Crawford and and to resist bending. Rust resistant.
..,...... 102 JJO 0 4 i In the fifth lock the smooth 100
was the heavy hitting by Starke's all Roger Bennett to Rounded ends and edges.
twill Ml 111 I X (
stars that scared the rains away. W-V.y. IMM The local boys filled the air above 2.AkrMflK( ). through regulation and finally In the sizes. (H4-PAPER CLIPS)

Pratt St. with line drives, smacking 10 eighth Kingsley got the break it need- .
5.1-M.d MoMwwl MO 0 0 I Ittark. Borden".
full of 15 ed when, after Coolidge Gassett and
hits and taking advantage 0(10)3( ) I 21. 10 I 2
walks and four errors handed out by W-Tim Dennis Crawford singled, a grounderoff Elmer'sGlueAll
losing Bel-Med National. 21-...f_(S) ..Uwl.((3).MWI Whtt.h_"((7)). Duane Hardee's bat to third, For :

possibly a double play ball,
ricocheted off the bag straight in
up ,' '.
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the air to allow all runners in safely.! c..i'V' '89 school, home or shop. Bonds wood,
Softball This' Weekend: McRae promptly lofted a sacrifice fly "'t paper, cloth all porous materials .
to left to score Gassett and even almost Instantly. Dries clear and ,
though the next two batters went N1.$8.40 transparent In about 20-30 minutes,
down Kingsley had the lead. Doi/ won't stain. Squeeze bottle with

Hayes Draws First-Round ByeHayes Parkview went down .1-2-3 in the Stenographer's applicator tip.

eighth. Executive style.' Green tinted 6" x .
Gassett, Dwayne Hardee, and Ben- pages with brown center line, spiral $1.45
Builders& Electric,the local league representative, is at least gettingoff nett all had 5 hits for the weekend and bound. Accurately spaced lines. Foe
on the right foot as they drew a first-round bye in the Men's"B"Sub-District Gil Brown was 38. Pitman System or Gregg System. .

Softball tournament set for this weekend, July 17-19, at Gainesville's Westside For Church of God Mark Mosely (P3-STENO NOTEBOOK) J 4.0unc.(Cl.E-372)) .

Park. ,
Saturday morning at 8:45 Hayes Starke's men's league champ, will play the OTHER SIZES AND REFILLS
winners an 8:45: Friday night game between Hcgtown Rollers of Gainesville'' AVAILABLE.' :

and Buck's Stove of Lake City. Stars. Jr. Stars 1 Rack $1.29

Green Machine, NAPA in OcalaGreen Hunt Titles ::. ,Of Stuffed Animals Reg

Machine is the favorite in the first step of what it hopes is a trip to ASA $10.30 I :
Tournament which also Includes 1/2 Price \ SpringIiH '
Nationals this weekend as the Men's Open District At StateThe File Folders $7.50 .Yo.t
NAPA Auto Parts, unfolds in Ocala. *' '.
First obstacle for Machine is Dumal Park of the Homosassa Springs area in a r 'Smooth 11-point manila with rounded Letter Size. ::- ,,
Ocala Starke Stars and Jr. Stars will corners. Bottoms are scored 'for easy "
36th Avenue in
the Southeast Complex 4
9 D.n*: game Friday night at be going after Florida state titles and expansion. Choose from a complete Bond Paper :,,r
of River at
NAPA takes on Trotter Realty Crystal Highlands ,
Before that,at 7:30: berths in the national tournament this ; variety of Straight Cut, Half Cut Third
Rotary Field and Granville Market of New Smyrna Beach plays the Crackers at Cut, Fifth Cut and Two-Fifths Cut In
leave with
7:30 at 36th Avenue. weekend as they an ex-for ( Letter Size and Legal Size. All packed Reg $6 80 Sale $5 95
pected big following Friday .
Play continues starting at 8 a.m. Saturday morning and the first championship 100 per box. (Ft FILE FOLDERS)
Jensen Beach site of State 1981. 1.
,contest is set for 2:30: that afternoon. First-round pairings were not announced -

at time but Stars }
press C .
Waters Plays Stottler StagWaters Coach Jerry McGriff said he had '-'\

word that seven teams were expectedin THE
Bulldozing & Excavating of Starke drew a tough nut to crack In Fridaynight's the Senior Boys tourney for 18-18 !'y Sharp CacuaiorEL10715 I ,

opening[ round of the Men's "A" District tournament being held in year olds and 10 clubs for the Junior OFFICE

Lake Butler, but then the tourney is full of toughies. Boys draw for 13-15 year olds. SHOP r ;

Waters plays Stottler Stag of Cocoa at 10:30 Friday in the last of four first- Last year the Stars were fourth,
Cannon-Treweek Gainesville Car Lot of Lake CI- missing out on the championship .ttt ,WCIIIISI.
night In others plays Sale $69.5
games. after back-to-back Florida titles and Reg. $76.95
Deland Coastal Fence of Ocala in 8:00 At .
ty and the Black Hawks of play : games. national The R 9e+-sre4

9:15: ,Drews of Lake City goes against W.W. Gay of Gainesville. Junior Stars tourney were appearances.third behinc'Satellite I = Stark..FN.i' .

and Pasadena Lakes last

In Men's Church Districtleague season. .
Kingsley' McGriff said upwards of 50 people,, *;

champ Kingsley Lake Baptist, runnerup In last weekend's SubDistrictsee counting ballplayers, are expected to ::1I
( story elsewhere) joins nine others in the fight for the District men's church make the trip to Fort Pierce.A I'

Softball championship this weekend at Travis Park in Cocoa. school bus was ap-- . .
Also on hand will be Wesley Methodist, the Sub-District winner here, along poprlated through Community ,
''with defending,, champ Tabernacle of Palatka Education Director David Smith.


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Gaines Edges Bishop for Third Straight Starke Club Golf Title .

Unce again young'Richard Gaines Richard Cham Gaines Flight ton 73-71-144
took the Starke Golf & Country Club 1)
championship his third straight 2)Harold Bishop 72-73-143
club title, but this year it took a last- 3)Danny McKinney 78-76-154
hole mistake by Harold Bishop to 4)Jackllazen 75-81-156
decide a contest spectators were callIng 5)Steve Simmons 80-78-158
one of the best matches ever seen 6)Jim Hester 78-80-158
over Starke's 9-hole layout. ,. 7) Randy Jones 80-81-161

Even heading into 17 Bishop, the First Flight(8-10)
first day pacesetter with a 72,nearly 1)Bobby McRae* 83-76-159'
drove the green ((330 yards), chippedto 'h 2)J.B.Godwin 78-81-159
within three feet and holed his birdie 3)Harry Sieman 81-80-161
putt to assume a one-shot lead 4)Dwight Elder 83-85-168
heading to 18. There misfortune Second Flight 11-13)
struck the older championship 1)Harry Riggs 80-79-159
challenger, who couldn't recall how 2) Harry Gruen 83-87-170
many times he's won the club title. '" 3)A.B.Howard 87-85-172
Bishop topped the green by some 5)) Grover Howard 90-85-173
100 yards and hit the water with his --.' 5) Bob Gaubatz 90-87-177
second shot. Meanwhile Gaines, a 6)Bilbo Powell 86-95-181
1980 Bradford High grad, was down 6)) M.A.Sanderson 8992.181
the middle with his tee shot, "for a ., ." ,) .,; ,.. ..w. NaI 8)) H.H.Adams 79-104-184
change," he later joked, and just ;::';' ,(fi.,,... .; .1t'J. "',";.'.;:i'; ;.'< missed the with his second shot. I: .
green ., \\.t, .:.Y..t"t: Third Flight(.....16)
With shot Bishop layed .
one penalty
a ,,
1 1) Sexton 81-91-172
his fourth shot on the green but about :: 2)Pat Farnsworth
40 yards;shy of the hole and took two 95-84-179
-. w' N ? fi V mfrKjmmiW.'marv yTBfflflWfitiT'nftwlitftrtrlr'tnfijiBishop's 3)) Howard Meyer 92-92-184
putts for a double bogey. Gaines chip -- < r -
4)John Smith
shot was within three feet and he hol- 98-89-185
ed out .'or a par-4 and final round Final Putt... One Too Many 5))Jim Womack 93-95-188
71.144 for the title. Club Champ Richard Gaines watches, maybe pondering his own final putt, as Gaines sunk a short putt to finish at shot up on Bishop In a match called Fourth Flight(17-19)
Gaines had shot an Identical even runnerup Harold Bishop taps in for a 146 total in last weekend's 3S-hole Club by spectators and fellow players one of the best seen here. In town.. 1)Les Wood 89-84-173

par 144 last year to cruise to a seven- Championship. 2)Tom Williams 86-92-178
stroke win and had won in 79 by one 3)Morris Williams 89-97-186!

stroke over Bishop. Three Bradford Wrestlers Fifth Flight(20-22)(

Other flight winners were Bobby 1)L.M.Gaines 96-95-191
McRae, Harry Riggs, Mike Sexton 2)J.C.Fogg 95-98-193
Les Wood L.M. Gaines, and Ken w s ,tA Make Sunshine State Games FinalsThree 3)Paul Hutchins 94-99-193
McKenzie.It ti" 3)J.C.Calhoun 87-106-193
took the countback system to
decide McRae's first flight win over Bradford County wrestlers sion, and Nugent second in the 126 Sixth Flight((23-and-up)
J.B. Godwin,with both shooting 159's. qualified for the 2nd annual Sunshine pound division for seniors (Handicaps added)
McRae stormed back Sunday with a State Games with runnerup showingsin ((19-and-up). 1)Ken McKenzie 63-61-124
76 to overcome a five-shot disadvan- their weight divisions at last 16 wrestlers from around the state 2)Blue McKinney 69-73-142
tage. Two shots back was Harry weekend's northeast Florida district are expected to compete in each 3)Lee McPufHe 78-74-152
Sieman. tourney held at Jacksonville Flet weight class at the state games. 4)Walt Westcott 79-80-157
Riggs scored a 159 in the second cher.
flight to take an easy win with Harry Billy Green and Michael McDuffie, .
Gruen next best at 170 and A.B. both Bradford High School wrestlers, .....
Howard at 172. and Danny Nugent,a former Tornado .
grappler were the three who earned P Serving, Northeast Florida ,
Sexton was a seven-stroke winnerin spots in the Sunshine State Games
the third flight with a 172 bettering wrestling which will be held August
runnerup Pat Farnsworth's 179. 25-26 at Florida Gym on the University Bill Mathis Heating
In the fourth flight Wood shot 173 to of Florida campus. \
score a five-shot win over Tom Green was second in the scholastic & Air Conditioning Inc. .
Mobley while in the fifth flight L.M. nt (15-18) 123 pound class, McDuffie second I
Gaines, father of Richard kept vic in the,scholastic 130 pound divi-
tory in the family with a 191 that gave 964-7007 473-2154
him a slim two-shot cushion over J.C. Office Residence -II
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widest gap was in the sixth ,
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flight where golfers received their Starke Golf Tourney Top Scorers Industrial
handicap. Ken McKenzie a Some of the top scorers at last weekend's Starke Golf and Country Club Championships From 9130 to *
30-handicapper, blew the field away were: front row, left to right, night winners Les Wood, L.M. Gaines,
with a 63-61-124: (net 184)) for an 18 Richard Gaines, and Bobby McRae. and In the back, championship: flight third it:: : 1530W. MadisonIMUMMSMC 605 W. Madison Starke
stroke win over Blue McKinnev. placer Danny McKinney and runnerup Harold Bishop. rlsone964i6311LENDER :

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reg. $268 will soon consider a measure increase, its

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increase of .011198 percent is requiredby

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HUNTER public hearing on the tax'' increase to be:held on


;.:, MONTICELLO NUTONEPALCO July 20, 1981 at 7 P.M. at the School Board Offices :-

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Pat Honour "sailed" through Union, expedition". as they traveled secondaryroads.
and Buddy CollingsOne Bradford, and Clay counties John DeVilbiss and Jack They are not allowedon ..
Monday on threewheeledbikes Hawkins had their sites set on the freeway and have ,r ,
day away from their as the final leg of a ven- dabbing their toes in the traveled almost parallel to
destination, two Brigham ture they're billing as the Atlantic Ocean at St. MO along' the route through R,
Young University students "first cross-country sailtrikeWhere Augustine Tuesday after the Southwest, Texas and the :,

arsla + ., .q,,,.,,.....p beginning their odyssey 10 ; Southeast into Florida, .
.rn'ep.wvN. r r ,.t ) weeks ago at Santa Maria, avoiding all the larger cities.
.California, about 150 miles
'north of Los Angeles. ; Hawkins,24, from Gastonia,
N.C. and DeVilbiss,. 26, from
The juniors from'' Brigham ; Brigham City, Utah said they
Young in Provo, Utah said
did not have any negative ex- k.
they wanted to be the first to"Sailtrike" periences along the way and
across America, a \ that people opened their t
distance of over 3,000 miles.. ; homes and hearts. Each even- N
J ing at dark they were usually
The three-.wheeled ,
taken into a home as they
Sailtrike, low-slung trycicle ")i r were the Cleatus Ward home ,N; :,
"- with a mast and sail, uses two '* in Union County,
sources of energy said ; tlN
I IMr IY DeVilbiss, the sail and pedal "We're members of the r .
Church .of Jesus Christ of ,.
w 4. power.Ulfyou've got any kind n b
of wind it'll take Latter-day Saints (Mormons)
..e ? I Hawkins said, but tough and we've generally been ableto Going...
Sla Ip wind power was plenty out contact fellow Mormons Hawkins follows his traveling partner out or the Pantry Pride parking lot in I
E ,. west, sometimes gusting the along the way and have been Starke as watchers wish the travelers well.

aram adventurers up to 45-50 miles rr. .,. .y t .1 t .R.q4 .
per hour, it was hard to find S li
once they crossed the Texas t i }
state line. "The trees block!)?(; Ai .
the wind in the east," he said;'"
I So it's been pedal power for
? the most part. And HEAT y,. 4{

"It's' kinda draining," he.
x.. understated with a sun'
Do We Go? parched smile at his college; Idi ..
I Salltrtkers& John DeVllbl1l and Jack Hawkins check their Florida map with roomate.
some young navigational help from David Marchant. left Matt..Terrell and ;
Earl Terrell, right. Along the way both said' -
they have made.many1 new f ,
friends and noted that most
,. .-- '. people have been very patient :

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Aft.rnoon Delight 1 1-3-$12.30! The two college roomates turn the country from US-301 onto SIM6 west and lire soon out of town enruute to Ihrir II
374-4022 destination. Augustine.
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b taken in with places to stay

."BEAT r O Ct''ao 'e .Sfarke'sFinest '' T felfX594 plained.the weekends They,' stopped Hawkins each ex :

Sunday for church services.
THE Meat Market JtoIJor :8. flJ's Many weekday nights were

g''tp Featuring U.S.D.A. Choice Iowa Beef rg We simply stops under the stars,
i. with two-man tent pitchedby
HEAT" Paramount PoultrySwift's Pork the bikes. An average
.' with riding day was eight to 11

Central Air Conditioning We have r made a f few said.hours "depending"That would Hawkins include

pauses for rest, and refresh
r misteaks now think we ment. The two caused quite a
f from stir when they parked their
SAWYERS e sailtrikes at Pantry Pride in
might be ready. Watch
Starke for an orange juice
break. Hawkins said OJ was
COMPLETELY' I INSTALLED For Our Grand chief source for his replenishment.
When asked about the
HEAT PUMP, Opening Soon mileage for that "fuel" he
INCLUDES' said "I get about a day's rideon
a quart of orange juice or
DUCT WORK gatorade and maybe a day on
two gallons of water."
2 Ton, electrical work FRYERS 59
--- 5 plus Paramount Ice Packed(NO LIMIT) ...... .... ..... ...... .... .... .Lb. Meals on the road are sim-

ple: cheese, apples, bananas
'- r--. *' "" Smoked BACON 79 c and the old dependable-
\-F*?S'W1fWcfjr4Cjr- *> / 3 Whole or Half Slab Only.... .;..,....*.. ,.Lb. peanut butter and jelly sand-
t wiches.
Boiled HAM \ 269
Sliced Thick-Thin or Just Right..4., : :.;. Full Pound The cross-country trip was
-, ,' \\,,:,"" not sponsored by any com-
Chuck Roast ( 159 pany the riders said, but out of
l. t Blade, CUt...:_.... ...;; ;:,.....,;.m:... .... ..Lb. their pockets. '"We really
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,Y" n'P iHta iY -fl 19Vllllfi sort of sponsorship," Hawkins (r'
I di 4OBreasts.Drumstix.Thiffhs.-$ .. ,,.. ., ,Lb- I said. "We had everything '
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., .... .-,. 1 HAM 'SPREAD fI: '" >" 1, -89 about four months. We were :

A: I Habit Formln...i:.... .....J.? -.1.W....'.Full Pound i originally planning fo head

P* ; / Potato 'Salad ,, 99 (: ,when towards we got Jacksonville to Louisiana but we :r",

cs i .Gradma Can't Make Better. .. .........,,W;,.'n..FulIPound. saw St..Augustine on the map t:
and said hey, that's a nice lit-
MACARONI Salad : 99 (: tle spot."

SA WYERAIR : Great On A Hot Dayv. ....... ._
The trek hasn't gone

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CONDITIONING, I, Sunday' reserved for churcfi The cameras, and photographersalong '

187 A Call today' 'or a''..Survey the way.
FLORIDA'FROM LOCATIONS say they'll provide some more
IN mm; coverage with a book they
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,. News Brief : Parolee Faces Charges,

the' 1978 Ford sedan he was drivingwas Possible Parole ViolationA
3 Teenagers Treated Two FSP Inmates estimated at$375. I I

After Car Crash Get Additional Time The motorcycle was southbound in
For Homemade KnivesTwo the outside lane on US-301. The car parolee was caught by Starke protruding from the window from the
Three teenagers were injured in a. was northbound, attempting to make'! Police in the act of burglarizing a waist up and threw a machete at
one-vehicle accident on the overpass Florida State Prison inmates a left turn onto SR-100.The car turned local residence and is housed in Brad- Chief Bowen. He then ran into the
about a half mile north of Worthington received additional prison time after into the designated lane of travel of ford County Jail facing two felony house and was taken into custody and
Springs on SR-121 at 3:30: being sentenced in Bradford County the motorcycle when the front of the charges and possible parole violation. handcuffed in the bathroom accor-
p.m. Monday July 6. Circuit Court Monday July 13. motorcycle struck the car in the right The arrest was made at the residenceof ding to SPD.Patrolman.
Bruce Duane Dukes, 16, of Lake Antonio Rodriguez,46, was sentenced rear, according to Starke Police John Henry Morris 962 North Tem- Bennett took Hollifield
Butler suffered minor injuries along by Acting Circuit Court Judge Department.No ple Avenue, Starke. at 8:15 p.m., Monday to Bradford County Hospital in Starke
with his brother Daniel Dukes 13,and Elzie S. Sanders to one additional citations were issued by July 13. for treatment of lacerations which he
Gregory Phillips 16, all of Lake year in state prison for possession of a Patrolman Eaton G. Mosher after an Jerry L. Hollifield 28, of Starke sustained when he tried to jump
Butler. AU were treated in the homemade knife last March 17 at investigation of the mishap was arrested by police on a charge of through the window.
emergency room at Union General FSP. burglary of a dwelling and aggravated Hollifield refused treatment at the
Hospital in Lake Butler and released Norman Wesley Boston 20, received Man ChargedFor assault of Police Chief Jim- hospital and was transported to the
after treatment. four additional years also for my Bowen with a machete accordingto Bradford County Jail in Starke wherehe
Bruce was driving a 1980 Datsun possession of a homemade knife last BurglaryA Now That'sA Starke Police Department.A ., was booked and is being held in
sedan with damage estimated at October 27, also at FSP. Penney Farms man was arrestedon report was received that a person lieu of $20,000 bond.
$4,000. Boston was found guilty of the a charge of burglary of a dwellingby Cantaloupe was inside the Morris house and The Parole and Probation office in
The small car was northbound on charge in a jury trial last April 21. Starke Police after a house under Mr. Charlie Baldree shows off the Bowen Captain W.S. (Scotty) Starke placed a ten-day hold on
SR-121 veered across the roadway to Rodriguez changed his plea to guilty construction was broken into on Old 22-pound cantaloupe (at left) and a Rhoden,and Patrolmen Richard Bennett Hollifield and during that time he
the west side struck a guard rail a and was immediately sentenced by Lawtey Road and Thomas St. at 9 lesser brother he brought In to show and Nathaniel Smith were dispat- may face charges of parole violation.He .
glancing blow overturned and slid Judge Sanders. p.m. Tuesday. Bradford County Agent Bobby Taylor ched to the Morris house across from cannot post bond under State Law
down the embankment, according to Steve Steffic 19, was arrested for last week. Bradford County Courthouse in until ten days have been served in
the Florida Highway Patrol. Fire Destroys breaking Into the unfinished house of Taylor who snapped this picture, Starke. Bradford County Jail.
Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Bruce Mobile Home Donnie Burch, according to. Starke said 'It's; definitely the biggest one The house was surrounded by officers .
Dukes for careless driving. Police Department. I've ever seen," and added that the with Bennett Bowen, and
A mid-afternoon fire destroyed a Police received a tip that a house melon Baldree grew on his Theressa Smith going to the front, and Rhoden Tequila is obtained
double-wide mobile home and injured had been broken Into and upon farm "got a good flavor to it. It's not going to the rear door. Capt. Rhoden from the h
Stop Sign Run a fire fighter near Brooker Tuesday. investigation found that Steffic had one of the regular varieties we grow pushed the back door open and surprised -, the mescal cactus.Maxle's .
Collision ResultsA Firemen from Brooker and kicked in copper tubing pipes and thatit around here but it's good tasting." Hollifield, according to SPD
LaCrosse were called to the property
had sprung a water leak. Police report.
Hampton woman was charged of Susan Banks but were unable to found 6 feet of water on the floor of the I Sassy Lady
with no drivers license and running a save the mobile home according to unfinished house. Hollifield then ran Into a bedroomand Galnivlll Fln.'t A Only
. stop sign after her car collided with a LaCrosse Fire Chief Lowell Mock.: Steffic was arrested by at the Cindy Thornton tried to jump through a closed Body Wrap 8 Cellulite
f pickup truck at the Intersection of Cause of the fire,which began in the house of a friend at 1108 East ThomasSt. window.During this time Bennett and Tr.atm.ntsAft.rnoonD.Ilght
CR-18 and CR-325 in Hampton at 11 bedroom of the mobile home valued after three officers surrounded the Bowen were on the south side of the 11-3
a.m. Wednesday Julys. at $45,000. had not been determined, house and arrested him on the Visits BrazilCindy building and Rhoden on the back 374-4032. I
Elizabeth Ann Jackson 32, of according to Mock who has called the burglary of dwelling charge. porch. Hollifield was reported to be
Hampton was not injured but damageto office of State Fire Marshall Edgar Other charges may be filed in the
the 1972 Chevrolet sedan she was Aid to Investigate the blaze. to for the Thornton daughter of Mr.
case according a spokesman
driving was estimated at $300. No one was home at the time of the and Mrs. Jimmy Thornton of Starke
Richard C. Davis 39, of Starke was fire.Former SPD. recently returned from Brazil after EAGLE
not injured but damage to the 1969 In Union County Fire Chief four weeks of evangelistic training.
truck he was driv- Ron Prokop of Providence, was Counterfeit $100 Thornton is a student at Liberty
ing was estimate at$700. treated for smoke inhalation and heat Bills Passed HereSix Baptist College in Lynchburg,Va.She
The car was northbound on CR-325. exhaustion and released from went to South America with a group of to
The pickup truck, westbound on Alachua General Hospital in bogus$100 bills have been pass- students who were members of Stu- Savings
CR-18, turned left onto CR-325 when Gainesville according to hospital ed in the Starke area according to the dent Missionaries Intern Training for M. '
the car ran the stop sign and collided records. Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- Evangelism. SMITE is a part of the onsala3.9@e elR: n'B

with the pickup truck, according to ment. ministry of Thomas Rhode Baptist WIth .
the Florida Highway Patrol. The bills were passed to the Florida Church of Lynchburg. fa Thursday, faYaweYOrbeckmare an
l Trooper D.C.Roberts cited Jacksonon Two-Car Accident Bank at Starke and the CommunityState Thornton said that when they were 54 FndayiSaturday '
the no drivers license and runninga Bank according to Deputy in Brazil the group sang gospel sons ; SUPPII.s, ng or
stop sign charges.Improper Results $1250 DamageNo Sheriff Don Denton. in churches parks, and schools
Denton told The Telegraph the way travelling to the cities of SaoJose Boa
citations were issued after a to tell if a bill is bogus is to lay the Belo and
Turn two-car accident on SR-100 at Bay bills side by side and the counterfeit Pusoalegre."We Fashion Spectacular! Save to? 34% I

Causes $3,100 CrashA Street at 9:35: a.m. Sunday July 12. bills will in most cases have blurred put on 70 concerts in the four !&$!* <)* BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE H-T H1 .
Rufus Randolph Hutchings 69, of
Gainesville man was charged Starke was not injured but damage to lettering on them. weeks we were there. We also sangon POLO.,1..._.._SHIRTS...............,...WERE.......... 2.77
the radio a few times and were on a r
with making an improper turn after the 1977 Chrysler sedan was BOYS' POLY/COTTON T-
in traffic acci- estimated at Two Hospitalized television show once, Thornton said. SHIRTS IN COLORS, ,
his car was Involved a $250. The group sang all of their songs in WERE MMT.."..,. ...,.....r... 88$: .
another on SR-121 one Mary Theresa Overholser 76, of
dent with car In Three-Car SmashTwo .
and had learned few .
Portuguese a BOYS' POLY/COTTON '
of CR-18 near Worthington Starke was not injured but damage to It
mile east
Springs at 12:40: a.m. Saturday, July the 1976 Olldsmobile sedan she was people were hospitalized as a words of Portuguese so that they I WERE M TOPS<.......,...S.M.L.....,...!...., 1.00 ,. I
sustained in three- could communicate with the people.
driving was estimated at 1000. The result of injuries a MEN'S HAWAIIAN
11.Joel C. Matthews, 20, of Chrysler was facing south on Bay vehicle accident on CR-16 one-half SHIRTS. NYLON. S TO Gainesville was not injured but Street stopped at a stop sign The mile east of Starke at 12:35 a.m. y M2' f L XL WERE Mir...............? 6.67
damage to the 1979 Cadillac sedan he Oldsmobile was traveling east on Saturday, July 11. Y JR. 'BOYS' POLYCOTTON v

was driving was estimated at$1,600. SR-100 when the Oldsmobile struck Debra Ann Desue. 21, of Starke, WERE TANK.tee.....TOPS..........,...4-7......., 66$
Richard E. Lamb, 25, of Lake the other car according to Starke was hospitalized at Alachua General I + MEN'S LONG SLEEVE '
Butler was also uninjured.Damage to Police Department.The Hospital. Milton Baker of Starke. a SCREEN PRINT POLY
the 1978 Chevrolet sedan he was driving mishap was investigated by passenger in the 1979 Toyota sedan l SHIRTS, WERE A.H:n.: .!....' 3.27 .
was estimated at 1500. Patrolman T.A. Rowand. she was driving, was treated in the I LADIES' KNIT TOP AS- y
The Cadillac was eastbound on emergency and room released at Bradford after County treat- Asa.SORTMENTS.M.L..,,... :,.:.:...WERE.. .. 1.96
SR-121 and attempted a U-turn as the Ernie Dowling, Jr. Hospital
.. wB Chevrolet approached...The Cadillac Armed .,ment. Damage to the Toyota. ,was! 1 .SHORT BETTER SLEEVE TOPS!,
unable to Robbery Victim estimated at 5500. "Iv.<.
attempted to stop but was SLEEVELESS' TANKS,. ,
do so,and the Chevrolet struck its left A Starke man was robbed of an Ellis Walton Simpson 55, of \ .WERE A.8O\: ... .27 t
side, according to the Florida undetermined amount of money and Gainesville was uninjured but "I FASHION PULLOVER

Highway Patrol. shot in the foot requiring hospitalization damage estimated to his 1976 His Ford wife sedan Elizabeth was \ i\ WERE..3.88 FOR T.......LADIES................. 2.61 ;
Trooper J.H. Horler cited Mathewson at 9:40: p.m. Wednesday July 8. at$500. ;
an improper turn charge. E.J. Dowling,Jr.,62, of Starke, had Jean Simpson 50, of Gainesville was WHITE OR DENIM JEANS/
gone to his stable on US-301 about a hospitalized at Alachua General The Brazilian churches fed the 6.13WEREOer, O.vO \ \
Hospital. members of SMITE and they paid for
mile south of Starke, when a white
male wearing a stocking mask, pull- James Leslie Crews, 25. of Starke their own flight over. "Most of us got
Officer Stops Inmate ed a gun robbed him, and then shot was unhurt, but damage to the 1976 our money from support from our 2-1 GALS.
From Escaping UCI Dowling in the right foot according to Volkswagen sedan he was drivingwas churches. We acted as their mis- LIQUIDCHLORINE o
sionaries for "
the Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- estimated at $500. a month. Thornton is a
An alert correctional officer ment. All three vehicles were westboundon member of Pine Level Baptist

prevented an inmate from escaping The assailant left on foot and Dowl CR-16. The Toyota stopped in the Church. 2.63Baoterlclde
from Union Correctional Institute by ing went to the Suwannee Swifty con- roadway and was struck: in the rear Thornton said her four week trip 2.01
firing a warning shot as the convict venience store where a rescue unit by the Ford. The Volkswagen skidded "was a busy, busy time but we en- disinfectant, 4 lg fungicide.3LBS.EAGLE eclde, .
tried to scale the prison's perimeter was called. He was taken to Alachua into the rear of the Ford according to joyed it"Thornton

fence at 2:17: p.m. Monday. General Hospital where he is listed in the Florida Highway Patrol. is majoring in elementary -- 3"TABLETS
Javier A.Marjon,28,started climbing Trooper W.A. Wofford cited Desue'for '
stable condition.The education, but plans to go to the mission OUR % %
the fence but jumped down after is under improper stopping on roadway;
case Investigation by field. "Next year we will probably DISC. 9.88
Officer K.W. Childress. from guard Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton. Simpson for careless driving; and try to go back to Brazil to visit PRICE'
tower No. 6, fired a warning shot with Crews for operating a motor vehicle VIVA TOWELS 12"3 SPEED PAN
didn't to this
places we get summer
a 12-gauge shotgun according to Motorcyclist Escapes without valid drivers license. she said. 4 69* 25.88
David Skipper spokesman for the
Department of Corrections. Without InjuriesA WERE.M4 WA89oea

The inmate was apprehended by officers motorcyclist escaped injury after --- Jumbo shasts.roll Super 104 absorbent two-ply ) with Whlspsr-qull precision blades.motor

on the athletic field fence the vehicle he was operating struck a S2.00 Off jITL
beside the prison's southwest dor-- car in the rear end on US-301 at SR-100 .
mitory. Marion injured his hand on in Starke at 9:34: a.m. Saturday July Dinner
the fence and was treated at the UCI 11. Spaghetti

hospital according to Skipper. Ashton Marshall Prescott 32. of with This Coupon Rierq
Marjon is serving a life sentence Lawtey was uninjured but damage to
plus 150 years from Dade County for the 1980 Suzuki motorcycle he was Beer. 45
first degree murder attempted driving was estimated at $450. gestaur .
murder, breaking and entering with Charles Albert Peeler 3.1. of Lake (anytime) t t tt
intent to commit grand larceny. City was also unhurt, but damage to R
Early Bird Special 964-6877

Motorcyclist Deaths K< Increasing e 4.6 pm 29' ift told cluck 301 S. SlarkeSummer PROTECTOR'1 or.POLY- S.9_7 3.88 CHOICE 47
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Deaths from motorcycle crashes in Many motorcycle crashes are caused : Hours -,4 pm til 10 pm SYSTEM'ONE 10 OZ.POLY 7 Q7 solid Long brew .vinyl with with ChooM window 33>2t" surfer or He.vy bdamattresefrnonWASaAr duty coaled I*-.
Florida have averaged one every by inexperience drinking and a Ou.r.nte.dbrEagla 38 24"surf rids' slick comfort.30x72"
other day for the past ten years, lack of defensive operation. However,
Florida Highway Patrol. car drivers involved in some of these save up to 24%
Records show there were 1.858latal crashes usually say that they did not EAGLE'S BUYS
crashes in Florida over the past ten see the smaller motorcycle. They r' FOR PICNIC FUNI s:
years involving motorcycles. A total often make turns or pull in front of Announcing the Opening YOUR *4 $
of 93,891 motorcycle crashes with them. SUNOLA88ASST.CHOICE lu
79.477 of them resulting in injuries in Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol OUR WERE UP TO XW
addition to the fatal crashes occurredin director recommends that operatorsof DISC.,3.88 Set /rattan plat

the same ten-year period. motorcycles be trained before r> Style, colors A frames for chest holders, 72, 18 ft. webbing qt. foam or Ice 3 ,,?I BLUR ICE
Registrations of motorcycles rose riding in traffic and make an extra effort the wnol family) po.barbecue tool sell '.: S97*
from 104,855 in 1971 to 218.707 in 1980. to assure: that other drivers see 1.
Along with the doubling of the number ttiem.
of motorcycles fatal crashes doubled "The danger spots) are at all pointsof Savings to 54%.
same ten-year period. In conflict such as Intersections and
1971theere were 126 and in I960 there congested areas to always drive w' a SlwW LIgWd 12'oa 1.59

253 fatal crashes. defensively," Beach concluded. .CA ) : ztj ;.. '. Pat Shampoo 7 oz. Nor.nwDry 1.07

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Involved In The Breaking And Entering And Theft\ ":,. .'' "'" 127WA&Aaa

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T.he Homem.aker'Service : Keeps Some Oldsters on Their Own 2'Feet Longerby I


Andy Denonn I
necessary housekeeping and related sa ,all of them have been very good to generally to those families or in-
and ,needs in order to keep a family funs her.Cocciardi dividuals In the lower income
Julia HowardBCT tioning normally. 4tc was complimentary of bracket. Money to provide the services -
Staff Writers Peggy Barnett is supervisor of the + Birdie Robertson, from the health is provided under Title III of the
Cordelia McCrary visits the home 'rogram Bradford and Union counties department, who also helps her, and Older Americans Act from Title XX
of Price and Delany Fisher every and has 20 people working under of Dr. Keirt Sundusadee, the Brad- of the Social Security Act and through
Tuesday to cook for them help them her in connection with the program, ford County( Hospital and the Starke state and local sources.
hang out clothes and when needed which has been in operation here for Police Department. Nationwide concern about the problems
she takes them to run their errands. over six years. It has $112,000 Barnett said that most of the local of the elderly led to the passage
Mr. Fisher is 85 years old and blind available funds for the current fiscal clients of the Homemaker Service are of the Older Americans Act (OAA) in
in one eye, but he still mows the lawn ,year. r over 60 years of age, and most are 1965 and to the development of area
and takes care of the "Our purpose is to provide service
general up-keep long term clients. agencies on aging. Funds available
of the yard. Mrs. Fisher has arthritis in the home to keep people"at home ... "We get them when their children under various titles of the OAA have
and is confined to a wheelchair most and out of nursing homes, Barnett r. won't take care of them or when they been the chief means for nutrition
of the time but she keeps the house said. "Some people have been taken don't have
in out of i any close relatives. We community service, employment
order. nursing homes with this care. also have a few short term clients and research programs for older
McCrary is a worker in the federal like when Americans. The
A homemaker is assigned for the somebody breaks an arm, area agencies were
ly funded Homemaker Service a pro number she said authorized by the OAA to be the focal
gram designed to help families carry of hours necessary to suit a A few young people with terminal illnesses points for the national effort to help
family's or individual'sneeds
out usual homemaking duties when incapacitated !" such as multiple sclerosis or the elderly
as often several hours
as a dayor
the natural homemaker is ill or other- muscular dystrophy, are also included -
wise incapacitated. only one hour per week. Clients in An area (AAA)
In the program. agency on aging
McCrary comes to the Fisher's hours'this area service require from eight to 16 1 All of the clients in the Homemaker I must be a public or non-profit agency
home for two hours per month. Service below which can develop an area plan and
every Tuesday are poverty level,
Barnett said
workers in the service
and Mrs. Fisher said she usually Barnett said. There is a waiting list of carry out a program to move toward
cooks enough to last them several encourage themselves,clients and they to assist do things them for in $$4:5: about 11 people who want to be included the goals of the plan. AAA is an ad-
days. vocate for older persons and must
in the program, and Barnett said
other aid for
getting which
"She makes the best biscuits you qualify.any they they need more workers. ,determine the needs of these citizensin
ever ate, and she is one of the may Mrs. Gertrude Cocciardi who is "Most of our clients are long term its area, as well as inventory
sweetest ladies I ever met" Mrs. almost clients end we keep them until they resources available to help meet their
83 years old, has been with the
Fisher said.Neither Homemaker Service ever since it was pass away. Seven of our workers are needs: AAA employees provide information -
of the and technical assistance to
are able to Green Thumb people and they
begun in 1975,and she praised the program
drive, so sometimes projects funded with grant monies
McCrary takes them. They can work only 20 hours
,Peggy Barnett, and Bradford's
them to run errands. When she such as the Homemaker Service,
has well-known health i7 per week, but they are a big help,
county nurse Joyce
time she available through titles of the
helps Mrs. Fisher hang out Riherd. .. Barnett said. various
clothes. OAA. Area agencies on the aging
The program does accept contribu-
"When I
help they are right
The federally funded Homemaker tions. evaluate and monitor these programsand
here with me-sometimes at 2:00 in
Service serves 172 clients in : projects for older persons living
Bradford the Other programs in Union Countyare
morning Cocciardi said. "Thereare
and Union Counties, according to connected with the Homemakers in this area. Meanwhile, the state
here. U couldn'tcome
James Godwin no they monitors the area agency on aging,
program supervisor Service, including medical transportation
they would get help for me.
for the regional office of the Depart- Cocciardi who lives in the for persons unable to ride in although the AAA is not a part of the
ment of Health and Rehabilitative ri automobiles. state government. AAAs are funded
Services in Gainesville Westmoreland Trailer Park, uses a 8tr Homemaker services with grant monies under Title III of
wheelchair, but she does all of her are providedon '
The primary function of the own the basis of economic need, the OAA, on a year-to-year basis.
work including the cooking,
Homemaker Service .
is to help .
families washing, ironing, and cleaning. A
cope with stressful situa- '
woman from the Homemaker Ser-
tions, especially in cases where the ,.
vice Clare
Lazenby, takes Cocciardito :
natural .
homemaker is ill or otherwise M "
do "'"
errands. Now A Good Tim To Diet
duties.To to.carry out usual homemaking "She is very tops. She takes me to It's Tops... I It's Our
do all of shopping and to
provide this service HRS maintains bills." Cocciardi my has had five pay dif ...said Mrs. Cocciardi of the Homemaker Service. Mrs. Ceccia.di, who must usea Vacation Time Again I
a staff of mature trained and ferent homemakers since she has wheelchair most of the time has been with the Homemaker service since It July 19- August3 -
experienced workers to assist with been with the program, and she said started In 1975.Though she can do all of her own work around the house, a workerIn .w:: -
the Homemaker Service takes her to run errands and do her shopping. W'll -

I U.S. Supreme Court Justice Blocks ExecutionA REOPEN UUJ August($ DQ(;) 'i1rn 4 Eua[ (

Florida State Prison Death Row Supreme Court to confidential degree murder of 138 E. Call St. 961-5890
right use a son and the ton viction( psychological screening I
inmate received a stay of execution, information in their cases. ture of his two other children. reports made by corrections person-
Monday, July 6, from U.S. Supreme The U.S. Supreme Court will not The joint appeal contests Florida
Court Justice Lewis Powell. decide whether to hear the appeal un- Supreme Court's practice on requesting nel.The considered the
Ernest J. Dobbert was scheduled to til the fall, Justice Powell said, then;, and receiving material from Florida reports Supreme were Court without by
die in Florida's Electric chair July 21 granted Dobbert the stay. state officials concerning Death Row notification to defense in-
but his execution blocked Inmates with before attorneys
was by cases pending
Justice Powell's order. Dobbert was convicted in 1974 of the state's highest court. volved in the case. Drs. Lytle and Yant
The convict is one of 122 Death Row beating his 9-year-old daughter to The controversy is over reviews by Earlier this the Florida
inmates who have filed a massive death in Jacksonville several years state supreme court justices which in- Supreme Court rejected the challengeto Podiatrists Foot
joint appeal to the nation's highest before. The inmate was also con- cluded pre-sentence investigations, 'its own procedures, concluding, Specialists
court challenging! the Florida victerd of separate counts of second- psychiatric evaluations and post con- "As a matter of law, our view of the
non-record Information they have in-
Office Now i
dentified is totally irrelevant either to Open
our appellate function in Capital

I +ocalFIJP.TroopersServed; ; : in Dade County ,cases or death' to the.sentence validity' of' any- 'individual .. 1 '" at F" .. .

Seven troopers from the Florida Cranford. recovered and 26,943 motorists given Union General Hospital
Highway Patrol based in Baker and There were 100 extra troopers in assistance. Girl Scout Newsby
Bradford Counties have served a Dade County over a five-month period Colonel Eldridge Beach.. FHP Lake Butler
month in the Miami assist from 3 1981 to 14 1981.
area to January May director expressed his appreciationto
local law enforcement officers with Records show troopers investigated all of the troopers who worked on Carolyn Eaves --llltl\tltat--... --I- ,
the severe crime problems in the 12,139 accidents involving 46 deaths detail for a job well done. Phone 964-5812
Miami area. and 4,680 injuries. Beach also thanked the other trooperswho Senior Troop 669 recently completed Practice limited to:
Smile at Neyati on
The who served a month
troopers helped
cover thinly patrolledstate
each include Sgt. W.H. Barber, D.C. FHP made 54,851 arrests, 128 of highways during the absence of Kingsley Volunteers Lake of America for the residents Home on of 301 the Diseases of the foot and leg.
Roberts, W.A. Wofford of Bradford which were felonies, 2,803 written the men assigned to Dade County. Wise
County plus these I troopers from warnings and 7,104 faulty equipment South. Director was Julee Including medicine
assisted by Laurie Mullins.. Duringthe surgery, sports
Baker County: H.T. Hardee M.E. notices. In addition 86 wanted persons ,

Richardson, R.E. Williams, and D.S. were apprehended, 62 stolen vehicles Faulk Attends cook-outs week everyone crafts, swimming enjoyed sports and, children and general foot disorders.

Continental Telephone canoeing The staff earned their
World of People Aide Bar (if they Phone
I Mileage Death Rate Rises AgainThe Company TrainingJoseph were a Senior) and thoroughly en- : 496-2323

C. Faulk switchman for joyed an overnight on Thursday.Staff

Mileage Death Rate for Florida Statewide records show that rural Continental Telephone Co. of the Included Judy Dukes, Joyce Sutton
increased in 1980 for the third straight areas increased their deaths by ten South at Starke, has completed a Kathy Hobbs, Barbara Carideo, Bet-
year said the Florida Highway Patrol percent while urban areas increased three-week electronic switching sy Yawn Valerie Randolph SAWYER GAS & APPLIANCES
today. by eight. Continental course at the Rosaland Lennon Theresa Ricks,
The rate was 3.8 for 1980, 3.5 for The total number of people killed in System Training Center Stephanie Dukes, Marion Sutton and
1979, 3.2 for 1978 and the all-time low' Florida In 1980 was 2,879 as comparedto ,near Amherst, Va. Kim Dukes. Assisting on Monday was
of 3.1 lasted for two years; 1976 and 2,635 for 1979. With 1981 running 12 The course is designed to Lenore and Adrienne Welty. BEAT THE HEAT!
1977. 'percent ahead of last year there will familiarize the student with the These Seniors cannot stay out of the
probably be more then 3,000 persons elements of computer programmingand woods, Monday they went blackberry :
,The Mileage Death Rate indicates killed in Florida this year.. operations as applied to elec- picking.Sarah.
the number of deaths per 100 million tronic switching systems. The course Smith attended Beach Fun at
miles traveled. It is the best way to Records show careless driving as emphasizes number systems,' programming the Beach Little House on Neptune Room AirConditioners [
get an accurate picture of the traffic the leading cause with failure to yield ;and operations as well I as Beach June 11 thru 13.While there she
accident situation in Florida becauseit the right of way next 'and alcohol logic circuitry to prepare each student worked on her Collector badge, shelled -
includes out of state vehicles as wellas drinking third. Mechanical defects to operate new electronic central and Just enjoyed the sun, surf and
Florida's citizens. contributed to 6,352 crashes with 1,892 office equipment. Before actually sand. Sarah also went to "Ahoy,
Counties which increased their: .injury crashes and 29 fatal crashes. working with the equipment, the student Mates", at Camp Kateri in Orange
Mileage Death Rate numbered 39 out Colonel Eldrige Beach Patrol will attend a factory course of- Springs,July 1 thru 3. While there she
of 67. Duval. Polk and Hillsborough director said"Drivers should always fered by the equipment supplier. learned to sail for fun, with an introduction Weotherette (.
were the only ones of the ten largest drive as if their life depended on it, Faulk has been with the Continental to sailing Optimist Prams. Ifl1llti- Portable
counties which had a reduction.SPECIAL. because it does." System since May, 1958. We hope to hear from Sarah with the' i Room AirConditioner

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ObituariesBruce Starke Ads ..

Mrs. Hazel L Griffis... .
.\II .'
CrawfordBruce Mrs.. Hazel L. Griffis, 43, who lived oo'F rsyth' LOST/FOUND

Road died Wednesday night July 8, In the Bradford. doft TRUCKSWICK
Crawford.55,Interlachen died Friday Ju County Hospital following a long illness. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 1 TWO ROOM APARTMENT! LOST Brown black and

ly 10. Mrs. Griffis moved here in 1953 from Waldo. She Class ELECTRA 22Si One HOMI PARK mobile homes Underwood Motel US 301 white beagle. SR 16 West.

Mr. Crawford was born and raised In Lawtey and was born in Waldo, February 9. 1938, and was a owner. Loaded. No. 1 con and spaces for rent. Phone N. Stork, tfn 7/9. Gilhooly' Trailer Park.
was a veteran of World War II. He )had been a resident member of the Grace Baptist Church. Bargains dition. No dents, no rust. 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING ,FURNISHED APARTMENT: $23.00. reward. Call

of Interlachen! : for two years, coming there from Survivors Include: her hils band, Ray F. Griffis; a> New tires 46.000 miles. and sleepIng With conditioning.' $140 964-3499. Itchg 716.
(No collect calls please). room TV and Air, Call
Lawtey. month. 964.6201
Karen G.
daughters in theCroRsified
Andrew F. Griffis two ,
Survivors Include: one) daughter Ms. Debbie son ; Valerie Call 9645386. 7/9 Stchg Underwood Motel 3 miles after 9 p.m. 7/9 tfn. -
Hatch and Ada L. Griffis a granddaughter,
Winter '' Bruce Wayne ; SURPLUS JEEPS CARS, and North of Starke on Hwy APARTMENT HOUSE Apartments '
Heights one son
Keystone ; Hatch all of Starke her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ad LANDFOR
; 301. 10/9 tnchg
TRUCKS available.
Crawford, JacksonvUle; one sister, Rose O'Neil of Many upstairs and
Joe Sullivan of
Sullivan of Waldo; a brother. Bobby MOBILE HOMESi Two and SALE
and Harold sell under $200.. Call downstairs. Large front
Jacksonville three brothers Ray
Crawford, both; of Lawtey and H.R. Crawford of Salt St. Augustine; two sisters, Eva Lou Wisner of Waldo I Section of 1211<12.11.3. Ext. 703 for three bedrooms; clean.' and back porch. New w/w
and Margaret Ann Wadsworth of Hampton. 16 and 225. New
five 'Info on how to purchase. Highway carpet stove and refrlg., ONE ACRE-WELL.
Springs; grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2:30: p.m. Saturday,, t,t6 BUICK' 6 In owners, formerly Whites SEPTIC
cyl good no pets.$193 per mo., $100
afternoon 14 at TimesCall
Services were held Tuesday July TANK utility pole, circle
July 11 in the Grace Baptist Church, with the pastor, I running condition. $250.00.: Park, Call 4681323. 3/12 security deposit. 404 N.
2:30 In Pine View Cemetery of Interlachen. drive, privacy fence,
: utility
p.m. Donald Scheetz Interment was in tfn.
Rev. officiating. Call 964.7823 after 4:00: Cherry St. Call 964-8082.
.Keystone Heights Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones 1972 BUICK Station wagon 3 BR, I BA, LIVING ROOM. 7/9 tfn.MOIIll house.. Good land. lawtey.

Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Janice Contact Gayle Dennon at dining room 4 kitchen HOME 3BR, 28A. 24 $6300. Phone 933-2559.
Charlie Columbus Cowart Bel-Air Apartments US.301 central heat and air. In x 60, CIlIA, carpet full kitchen tfnchg 5/21.

Charlie Columbus Cowart 69, of Starke, died Tues' .: David Lee Howard 496-2291 South In lowtey. 7/16 tfn. Hampton. Phone' 468-1779. and all on one acre. TWO CLEARED On. Acre

day morning. July 14, in Bradford County Hospital : ,' ((1st months rent In advance Near SR 241-18 (Union Co.) lots: with llmerock road.
following a long illness. David Lee Howard, 85, of Starke, died early Tues HELP ) 5/7 tfnchg. Call 383-3114 I or 4963792. Zoned for mobile homes.

Born in Baker County on Dec. 12, 1911, Mr. Cowart, "day morning In Bradford County Hospital following WANTEDHOUSECLEANERS FURNISHED APARTMENT 7/9 tfn. One or on.hall acre frontor

was a lifelong resident of this area. He was a retired an extended illness. Three large nice rooms. OCEANFRONTTOWNHOUSES back 'lot. Cash, pleas ,
carpenter and an Army veteran of WWII. Born and raised in Hinesville Ga., Mr. Howard WANTED Utilities furnished. Private' Good place NE 20th Ave.. |lust off NE '

Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Dessie Nix moved to Starke about five years ago where he has Must have references for driveway. No children no for VACATION. Flagler 10th Ave. Phone 964-7286.
lived with his He owned and operated his p.t. Ph. 9645464. 6/18 Beach Fl. furn.
Cowart; one daughter Mrs. Charlene Martin, daughter. honesty and reliability, to 2BR. fully 7/9 Stpd 8/6.
Starke; five sons. Tony N. Cowart, Baytown. Texas, [fown farm in Hinesville until his retirement. Mr. work for housecleaning tfn. big swimming pool quietbeach.
Howard of Hinesville Church of God. $350 week ACREAGE
member $800
C. Charles B. was a Phone
Texas 964-5448:
A.J. Cowart, Houston, Huey agency. or
Survivors include: two sons, Richard A. Howard, with lots of shad $250 month Including utilities.Limit'S 2.27 acres heavily wooded. (
Mrs. for
and Ernest Cowart,all Starke; two sisters, 964-7189 appointment. first and 'last .
Starke and David R.Howard Brunswick, Ga.; five per mo. persons no pets. $6500.
Mattie and Mrs. Oracle Hutto, both MACHINIST Minimum twoyears r
Morgan month in advance plussecut Call 964-8878. 7/9 4tpd A************
Starke; one brother Floyd J. Cowart, Starke; and 13 daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hardee,Starke, Mrs. Roset. experience In lathe deposit. JANET M.
Ity i
ta McLamb, Savannah, Ga., Mrs. Grace E. Gowens, and milling machines. Strawberry Acres 1.7 ac.
grandchildren. Lawtey Willene Ray Brunswick, Ga., and Mrs. Able to read STARLING Realtor. LARGE 2 M CI HOME 'In Assumet % mtg.,
Funeral services will be held at 11:00: a.m. today, 782-3931 or 964-8827. 6/25 Stark. $300 mo. $200 '
per $15,000.
( ) 16 in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Eleanor Gassett Hinesvilte Ga.; 26 grandchildrenand PAINTERS!
Thursday July security deposit. ...........
with Rev. Melvin Drake pastor of the Church of God, 36 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Enroll Now Minimum three years CARS References required. No
officiating. Interment will follow in Conner services will be held today, (Thursday), den- metal, spray painting r.* Call 964-8483 '..06 Acres S.clud.d..head ,
16 in the chapel of Carter Funeral Home in For professional quired. Familiar with TRUCKS pets. or7267691 ,, $21,100.
under the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. July .
Cemetery, Hinesville, Ga. Burial will be in Elem Cemetery inHinesville. tal care at 25-100% savings conventional and airless 7/30.I 7/16. 3tchg ...........

Ga., with Archie Tanner Funeral Home of (regardless of pre- pray,, aircraft preferred. 1981 MONTE CARLO J BR 2 BA HOME Saratoga 10 Acres Approx. with

Mrs. Rose B. Parsons Starke in charge of arrangements.John sent condition of your Day and night shift opening 2-door AM/FM radio Heights. Starke. $265 per large barn and well
teeth).. X-rays clean available. Night shift A/C automatic transmission. 23000.
Mrs. Rose B. Parsons. 93, of Starke, died Tuesday includes 20 differential. 11.000 miles. Takeover mo., call 964-8811 1 or write ...........
ings, fluoride treatments P.O. BOM 439 Lake Butl.r.FL .
afternoon July 14, in Bradford County Hospital Wallace "Bill" Powell ;exams and more Long term backlog excellent payments Call 32054 for appointment. 6 Acres Approx.I: With well

following Born in a Huntington long illness., West Virginia on Dec. 29, 1887, John Wallace "Bill" Powell, 62, of Starke, died are Free. With group ,Monday thru benefits.Thursday Apply, 1-3 1970 431-1682.DATSUN Itpd 310 7/16.2-door, 7/16 tIn.FURNISHED. and power....pole....,..$10,200.. <<

Mrs. Parsons had lived in Starke for the last two Saturday, July 11, at the Bradford County Hospital coverage even fillings p.m. or by appointment.AERO 4-speed man. trans MENT with 1 air BR' condition.APART 10 Acres, more or less; Lg.

years. She was a member of the Hampton Baptist following a brief illness. and extractions are Corp.. lake City Air.port. 110.000 miles. Well cored $123: FUR $23,000..Jan.tM .
Born and raised in Dothan Ala. Mr. Powell was a ing. per mo. pines.
Church. free. Every dental Lake City. Fl Equal 'for. $950.00. Call 964-7059
precedure NISHED :2 BR
veteran of WWII a member of Disabled Amerlca Opportunity Employer.MF apartmentwith .. Starling
Survivors include: one daughter. Mrs: Norma Is covered. after 6 p.m. Itchg 7/16. air cond. $150
Veterans (DAV), a member of the American Legion Handicapped. Itchg per Realtor
Melton Hampton four Carl Adkins. Cincinnati 1980 TOYOTA TARCElt
; sons. This Is not a clinic. It mo., call 64-6201 after Sp.m.
Ohio, Theodore Parsons Kettering, Ohio Post #57 of Starke and was a member of Madison is MAINTENANCE-HOUSI. 5-speed, A/C AM/FM Itchg 7/16. 712.3931

Robert Parsons, Custer City. Okla., and Mason Par Street Baptist Church. a non-profit corporation KEEPER Starke Nursing ,radio approx. 38 mpg. 3BR 2 BA MOBILE HOMEr 14 Or
sons Houston Texas; two sisters, Mrs. AddiE Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Virginia Powell, available to ALL. Horn Call 964-6220. Itchg 16,000 miles like new. II 70. Furnished. $200 per 964-0827

Meade, Huntington. W.V., and Clarice Moore, Columbus Starke; two sons, Robert Powell, Starke and Johnnie You choose a dentist 7/16. Owner transferring must mo., plus $100 security tfnchg.

Ohio; 12 grandchildren] and several great Powell, Gainesville; one brother, Arthur Powell, from a list of par FOR CHICKEN fARMs sell. $5SOO. 964.7264. Itchg deposit. !Pay" your own
Hattiesburg Miss. and one granddaughter of Preferably a couple. Call 7/16.
grandchildren. ticipating dentists utilities. Call 473-4456.. BOATS
Funeral services will be held at 2:00: pm today, Starke. throughout your local HOUSEKEEPER 964-7386 or %4.84 WANTED 156. 7/16: 17S FORD VAN 6cyl.. Itpd 7/16. _
Funeral services were conducted at 11:00: a.m. 3-speed. Good condition. ONE ACRE TRAILER LOT In
(Thursday). July 16, in DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Cleaning and cook
Tuesday 14 at the of Archie Tanner some SI 295.00. Phone Rev. James Starling officiating. Interment will be at July Chapel area.Monthly premiumsare ing. Help care for two country. rent.
a later date in Amelia, Ohio. Local arrangements are Funeral Home In Starke with Rev. Robert Gillis con- children. Must hove own Itpd 7/16. Phone 473-4308 before 8 BASSBOATt 25 hp.
the funeral services. Burial in Dekle 96.95 1 person; I97B VW RABBIT 38.000 Itpd 7/16. Evlnrud motor trailer
under the direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ducting was Call 964-6539. Itchg a.m. : ;
Home, Starke. Cemetery in Lake Butler with Archie Tanner $10.95 for 2; $13.95 for 3; 2 JOB OPENINGSi for Clerk miles, A/C. stereo.. 2 BR MOBILE HOMEi Country trolling motor. $1500. Call
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of arrangements. $2 for each additional Typists and General Office Assume payments. living on one-half acre of ;9647909. 7/9 2tchg 7/16.
964-6050. 7/16.
person. Personal check, Duties. For more Information Itchg land. $173 p.r mo.. first 16 FT. S" CLIPPERCRAFT with
moneyorder, Visa or please contact the : and last mo. plus' security trailer. 55 hp Chrysler
Customized 40,000 miles. .
I -Union AdsHELP deposit. Near Alachua Cty. motor. $1,000.00. Call
County Mastercard accepted. Florida Employment Service Many extras. Best offer. line. Call after 5
Family and business 209 W. Call St., Call 964-6050. Itchg 7/16., 378-8712. 7/16. p.m. 964-5609. evenings before
.4 coverage available. Call Stark. FL 32091. 7/16 8. Itpd 7/16.


enroll now.

real estate office. licensed CUSTOM MADE GOATS. SHEEP PIGS AND PLIES, CIFTSSee Union Keystone Ads I
TURKEYS for sole. Phone
associate preferred. Apop- DRAPENlESFr.eestimates. County Times op.n Mon.
ly 10:00: a.m. to 4:00: p.m. Local 4963184. 4tchg 7/2 7/9 day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. --- .-

at Jan S. Ujtier, Real distributors for completely 7/167/23. to 5 p.m., Wednesday- FOR SALE PERSONAL PERSONALSERVICES HOMES FOR MISCELLANEOUS
1974 FORD ELITES Loaded ,
Estate. 360 W. Main St.. washable ,,otlonollyodv.rtla.d closed. Thursday and Fri.
lake Butler. 496-3126.: (tfn Oordsette excellent condition good day 8:30 a.m.till noon. See bottomedlake SERVICES SALEBEAUTIfUL
mileage. $2995.
chg 7/2. gas our 1/2 prlc. table of

'4Ot.LOVt.S ASt Btaj .Draperies..tU..... ...!&S&W..oc.toma.Ent.r.',,. CMAU.KNOM Hale 4962171.W.Alt TFN*7/2.SK''', selected gift Items. 'lown In$,..(0.Hllkrest..... per' month.$800 CARPENTER Remodeling work WORK, kitchen REDUCE. SAFE & FAST with TWO ACRES. LEGION Saturdays HALL.7 p.m. Public SR-21.Invited
money last. $20.000 to 4962219. 3/12. Go. ... Tablets I E-Vap property and home In
Stephen Phone* 473-4058 or .
Belt. $50. excellent condi cabinets and tfnchg 7/2
$50.OOO plu. per year. Call \ trim "water pills. 'Andrews' Deerwood/ Hills '3 miles
1-7)6-8426000) : Ex*. 3005. S/1/80TFN.FOR ALUMINUM tion. Phone 4962510. <173.<1367 after 6 p.m. carpenter: R.a.onabl.prlc.l. Pharmacy KeystoneHgts. north of Keystone.. 24x60 FREE KITTEN-Elght-weeks-
CASH PAID 4fchg 7/2 71971167/22. Ifnchg 3/26 Call Ed old. Phone 473-3193. I Itchg
Dempsey at
IIpd 7/16. mobile home. 38R 2BA
7/9 7/16.
CANS 30 ceits per pound. PLANT SAlEi All gallon can FOR YOUR LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGE- 473-2477 after 6 7/16
p.m. well
Cooper, brass and bat REAL Keystone Heights, owner carpet CIlIA deep KEYSTONE HEIGHTS INSIDE
plants $1. You'll be amai- ESTATE NEEDSIN ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS! with delicious
WANTEDMOBILE teries. H and R Block Office financed 10 percent In FLEA MARKET-the .
ed at the varieties. Fig UNION COUNTY Closed meetings Monday 8 FORRENTMOBILE 28000. Owner will weekday
31 S. 6th St. Macclen- Lot clear, sand
trees with fruit $3. FREE terest. on pm. Open meetings, Fri finance with reasonable market. God rested on
HOMES WANTED: ny, Florida. Phone English Ivy. Sale ..nd.Augu.t Residential 'AcreageCommercial bottomed lake priced to day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday HOME LOT for down Discountfor the 7th day and so do we.
Will pay cash for your used 2596992. TFN 6/19 1. CONTRARYMARY'S tell from 9900. One to 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 retired couple. Beautiful cash.payment.912-377-7496. Monday-Saturday I 11 1 .
mobil. home. Ray Powell. 'VILL/ BABYSIT in my home live acres overlooking lake 6 Sellers of
GARDEN. SR 121 In p.m. All meetings In trees. Across from lake and p.m. tools.hardware .
Night. Sundays
496.3377. TFN 4/16. Fenced yard and hot LaCrosse. Closed Sundayand Call: (access available) with Educational Building Community Geneva. $55 month. Phone 912-294-0189. tfnchg 5/7 produce, crafts ,
MATURE. RESPONSIBLE AND meals. Janice Noegel' Monday Venera Brown nice trees from $3,300 Church. tfnchg 6/4 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 needed. Air conditioned.

RELIABLE! person Interested 4962510. 4fchg 7/2 7/9 COLOR TV! $ .62.1561.\\ $300 down. $50 a month. PRESSURE CLEANING- MOBILE HOME In Lake 9BR 21A HOME In Silver $4 per day plus FREE ad.
5 7/16 7/23. 4963022Or ', '
( In babysitting brown naugahyde sofa Commercial ontag. Phone "73.2<177. tfnchg 6/4 Geneva Park. $140 and up. Ridge overlooking Silver 473-7181. Auction every
1/2 month old child "Will INSTALL SEPTIC loveseat rocker and choir.ecellent Investment opportunity PLUMBING REPAIRS..Larry Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 Lake Two miles to Saturday. 7:30: p.m. Dealer
Monday,Friday. For more TANKS) and drain fields SR.21N. Owner-talesman. rates.
Itchg 7/16
condition $350. Teague Plumbing. COTTAGE AT SMITH lAKE. Keystone schools on count
Information call 4963999. pump out tanks also fill bar with 2 black vinyl Sandy Hazen 473-4373. tfnchg 6/4 473-1313. tfnchg 5/21 2BR large living area fully ty owned roads. $41,000.
Call Brlnce
llpd 7/16. dirt. Licensed. stools $175 king .Iz. bed 496.3994 AKC DOBERMANS-'Top CARPENTRY ANDMASONIIYWORK..bulid equipped and carpeted.' 1 11 1 3/4% mortgage. CARS&TRUCKS
around 7
Jones $175. Simmons queen .Iz. quality only. You are In. patios, additions $225 per month. Phone 3760079. tfnchg 6/18
REAL a.m. or after 5 p.m. 7/16 bed-used 6 ,months-Si. Reo/for-Aitoc/af. vit.d to visit our kennels. remodeling homes 772-1775 or 38S-3559 (Jax).

TFN.: pin. wood solo loveseat Thus and OwensInc. 475.I 228. and tile work. Also pain tfnchg 6/11 I BY OWNER3BR. 2BA homeIn
ESTATE coffee with :2 and tables WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN ting. Free estimates. 3BR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 Keystone Heights pool' '67 VOLKSWAGEN BUG.

INSURANCEMAINES $275 wood table with 6 Realtors tfnchg 64V.ACRI Phone 473-4473 during per month. lake access. two acres. 69500. Runs good. Needs bodywork
LOOKING FOR a special chairs $150. Phone Discover the value In this 3 LOTS for sale from day. tfnchg 6/4 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 4737130. :3tchg 7/9-7/23 $300. 475-1720. I Itpd
piece of property If I INSURANCE AGEN. 752-7961 Providence. bedroom. 2 bath home. $2,993. Restricted with FREE YOURSELF OF UN. OFFICE SPACE at Keystone 7/16

don't have it. I'll find it CY: 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake SEARS REFRIGERATOR Used Custom built with exceptional 'lake access. 377-2803.. WANTED HAIR with elec Center. Approximately' 400, .
Just ask...-JANE S. USHER. Butler. 4963978.: Complete 9 months-no frost leetures. Barn tfnchg 6/18 trolysis. Call for a free consultation sq. ft. $160 per month. Call -- '' '..

REALTOR 496-2126 or Insurance Service. TFN free-S25O frost free sidebyside pond. swimming pool LOVE $EAT<-nw In bags; 473-7033. Amy's 473-4961. Keystone' STEVE BROADWAY Huntley
496-2903: ev.s.. "Your coffee and end table; tall
used 2
refrigerator pasture, fenced A cross- Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence Heights Realty Realtor Redfoarn's
Union County Realtor. tfn years $350 chest freezer fenced low taxes, lovely kitchen tool. Phone Blvd., Keystone tfnchg64CARPENTRY'coblnets tfnchg 7/16 TREE SERVICE,

3/26. used one year $245, setting' many 'fruit trees 473-2739 after 6 p.m., \RVICES\

dresser with mirror $65 14'ac,... See ta appreciate. tfnchg 618CRAFTSMAN RIDING shelves, paneling, partitions YARD SALE Removal -Lflt 4734340or
chest $35. double bed $60. Additional 10 doors, windows. In- u
twin bed $40. upright MOWER, $263 swimming 'stallotlons, repairs. E.N. YARD SALE-Saturday and lvd or
acres can be p"rchal.d.Own.r *
float $25 Trimming
freezer $150 pool lounge ; Bolton 4732520. 18 8
new queensize anxious to sell. silver 4tchg Sunday. July a 19 .-1 473-4252
Argus projector,
bedroom suite retails HYPNOSIS-openlng practice a.m. to 4 p.m. Toys,
S1600-now $850 bunk screen $23; magazines for of Mark David Wise. clothes small appliances Fr.. Estimates Repairs Of Major
NEW LISTINGS beds $125. washer Investor, by Interest 2x2" slides, $43. All In excellent I
$150 B.A. Now offering servicesfor misc. Off SR.100 one blockon Electric Appliances
dryer $100. solid wood antique shown It may be highly condition. Call prescription hypnosisfor Immokalee Road. 1 tchg 473-4732 Serving, Bradford 4 Clay

"'/. ACRES Septic tank, well off SR12I owner whit bedroom suite, profitable fa buy and cut 473-2371. 2tchg 7/9-7/16 traditional and Individual 7/16. After 5 p.m.Keystone Counties
6 foot Into small tracts the i* HOTPOINT FREEZER--12 cu. and
wants cash. $11.500.00. over long application. YARD SALE-F'rlday '
twin mirrors, over 5 foot acres we offer on the outskirts ft. Frost fr.' .. 4733720. (smoking weight control. Saturday. July 17 & 18.Sunrise Heights Lawrer Blvd. Keystone

$ 20 ACRES Providence area owner financed. Pin. tall chest queen or double of Lake Butler right Itpd 7/16 doctor referral stress Park, Hilltop --- -
chgut Rd.CONCRETE. headboard $600. Phone off highway 121 1000 FEET CURED CYPRESS. reduction etc.) Pleas call Street. Y'all come. Itpd -------------A -_' -

752-7961 Providence. I 50 cents per foot. I"x6"x8'; Gainesville. 376-3343, for YARD SALE-Frlday and Visit Clay County's Newest

rV'\y-\ : 4"x4". In 8' orIff appointment. Ifnchg 7/9 Saturday July 17 A II. I
block' bldg. an SR2JI. Ideal for shop or Auction Hous.
lengths Other sizes BABYSITTING In my home. a.m.. to-6 p.m. Beautiful
home. ATTENTION RN's andLPH'sFull
available. Good dock Carolyn Chlapplnl homemade quilts clothing 'Cal.'Mel Runyon Auctioneer

and part-time positions available offering material. 473.1720 or 475-1041. Itpd 116RInECORATINGI' and misc. household
APPROXIMATELY 13 acres Providence. Some financing Saturdays 7:30: P.M. Keystone Heights
473-1270. Hpd 7/16 Expert Items. SR-21 north la 352 to
available.' Well' septic lank pole ready (for above-competitive salaries with shift lO-PIECE PIT GROUP king painting paper hanging, White Sand. Lake. Sign In 473-7111

trailer. deferential. Good benefits with pleasant sized bed and bedding; pressure washing repairs. front. Itchg 7/16.

working conditions In an expanding community recllnsr: couch/bed; coffee Interior or exterior, IS
table; dresser See at year experience
Country store w/acreage. Owner will help finance. hospital., apartment above old 4733773. 2tchq 7/16-23 ClassifiedAda High i Etj:
Odom TV store In Keystone TOP EARNINGS-Earn up to

LAKEVIEW HOME Spacious, well landscaped, very Call Heights. !Itpd! 7/16 $1,300 for your poem
attractive has small apartment. unattached. owner Pam Thomas director of nurses $.PIICE' HIYWOODWAKIFIILD short story or article. For Energy

will help finance 496-2323 RATTAN Information. call 473-4548. Crt : l1s
Union General Hospital casual 'furniture -group. between 10 a.m. and 6 Results:

BRICK HOME on '/, acre Reiford. "73."<190. I IIchg 7/16 p.m. 2tchg 7/16-23
Lake Buffer PIONEER TRACK car -- Now is the
stereo; Audlovox Graphic '
WATERFRONT LOT $5500.00 cash. Cool I 11 I
equalizer 60'wattampphl.r. Keep Shop Keystone Heights time to

!! for bothor
LAKEVIEW 2 lot. High Cost of Living Got You Down? will sell separately.$110 Call 'FLEA MARKET'

473-2314. llchg 7/16 Open 11.6 Doily 473-7181 summerizeyour ) J
Keystone Height' Dollar Saver Bid,.
Available In Union County. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow WANTEDCASH mobil<

4.6'/i .113. 15.20.401 JO 43 .IttO 300._ ,' ,. .' ,, ,
FOR GOLD., sterling home roof T'
for 1234BR '
taking application
Pick a number and call me up for more Information. jewelry diamonds, coins .

Owner financing. or essumable financing on most August occupancy. These all electric Will visit your home : ert. :$ ( .CTiO:,.: i7; \ With

acreage listed above. units are spacious, with lots of closet anywhere. 376-9233. Mr. 'Crall q"It.ft"il", tw'S, :<<' :' .cti. ,1f l-: ,.)

Rltlman. tfnchg 64CUSTOO1A Anvil
and all have wall-to-wall '
space, N..Keystone 3t
large Buslnese far sale carpeting, drapes and kitchen appliance.On Heights Animal Hospital.'. New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You Buy Vinyl. Flax

Owner will help finance to qualified buyevJANES.USHER' site laundry facilities. Rental Responsible, person desiring Furniture Giftware

permanent employ Much Much More Too Many Items To Mention roof coating*
assistance available for I
qualified ap- m.nt./ Iv..lng hours 6-9

plicants.For p.m.'. Reply Transportation by letter essential. Rt. 2- 'Col" Mel Runyan Consignments,Owner Accepted- Lie Auctioneer: I with a 2 year guarantee.

494-2126 494-2903 applications and information,. pleasesee Box 109, KH. 2tchg 7/9-16 inside Flu Market Opsn To Public Open 7 OsyS s week
or S.W. 6th St. Lake JOHN BROWN
us at 1005 Butler
: .Ads
340 W Main St., lalte Butler fl la. I Florida 32054: or Call 496-3141, Equal Classified ,,1r 1tqnit. Ijr ;tMS ,_,,(tilllt. ''I .'f.'fn' ''M hJ' Mobile Home Center
"Your. Union' Realtor" :
County Housing Opportunity I Hjr Si :IC/iforf) .Wtts, Dollar Silver ,
0. .11 h. Results'
7 I I 473-3778 Hwy 21 N. Keystone) Hots.PUle .


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Deadllng for Insertion, TUESDAY NOON preceding Thur-
day before publlcalon.Mlnimum : SERVICES --
(Covers 15 Word.). NEW 'AND USED WATER ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x and other Item available Model mobile homes If mortgageIs '
CONDITIONERS Sale and 36" 29' each. Bradford No reasonable offer refused -
Each word ov.r 15 900. one of Singers finestmod 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE I ;
Service. Call for free water CountTelegraph, Contact Gayle D.nonn .ls. Originally old for HOME SALES, uJiU
Is 1 10 cents i analysis and) Information. 96/-6305, tfn at Bel-Air ApartmentsUS301 $479.00. Pay" balance of 9645606. Open 7 day
Not responsible for errors'wh.n 964.5673..3/12 NEW CARPET. NEW 8 USED South In Lawt.y.
given over $141.00 ah or $12.60 per weekly TFchg t
the phono, or when copy Is not typed and J! ,TYPING SERVICE Will do Furniture ft Appliance 7/16 tfn.FRESZERt. month. Whit. Sewing! and WE BUY AXLES m TIRES w TY
brought to the office. typing at my home. Please Plumb fixture and pip.., Sear Coldtpot. Appliance Center Archer axle i4 tires $135.00. .
.. call Ada Reddish at BARGAIN CENTER, US 301 156 cu. ft. $175. 637 N. J
Square, phone 376-4464. Olin. MH. 100
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--------- I 9647910. tfnchg" 5/21. South, 9646679. .2/5 Walnut St., after 3:30 p.m. 7/2 tfnchg W Starke. 964-5606 TFchg ...
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK BLUEBERRIES! Bumper cropl! Itchg 716.8LECTRIC COLOR TVs Console model, WANTED Used tools, both '' PHONE 964-7770
YARD SALE SERVICE Bradford County U-pIck or We-PIck (on RANGEr Used II J,| CECELIA
PERSONAL under warranty* Pay mechanics and carpenter I'I 205
residential pump-out, order) 8 a.m. to 6:30: p.m.Monday.Saturday. Kelvlnator, excellent con balance of $179.50 cash or Phone 964.8331 or 'JJERWILLIGAR N. Temple, Starke I
GARAGE SALE Sat. July 18, SERVICESCOOL $50. We also r.-Iay'droln dition. Self-cleaning oven. payments 'ol $16.25 per 463-1551.9/11 tnchg
1102 Coll./ Rd. 8 am.4 line. Phone 9648121. 230.630: on Sunday. ,$200. Call 96 .8718 after 6 month. Whit. Sewing and WANTED! Mobile Home Ax Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
p.m. Cloth*, toy, load SEAL FOR TRAILER' 5/28 TFchg. Earlton area.200A, 4 miles p.m. 1 Itpd 7/16. Appliance Center Archer J... Paying the best price low maintenance adult. housing offering charm.
of mlic. Itpd 7/16. TOPSs materials 8 labor SIGN PAINTING Commercial wet and 1.8 mile north of HEAVY BREEDING HENS Square, phone 376-4466. for good condition axles.. comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
BIO YARD SALE Fri. and 'furnished $75.00. and private. We will Melrote. See (Ion*. Bring $2.00 each., 468.1859' 7/2 tfnchg 964.8331. 9/11 tnchg starting at $33,400. Model available.
Sat., July 17 S 18. Freezw. 431.1821.4/16 Hn.BILL'S design. Call 964.8669 container and no dog Hampton. 7/16.tfn. RECONDITIONED TVSl * * * *
furniture, table and chairs SAW SHOP Complete before 3 496-3291 please.Longnecker, phone WHIRLPOOL ELECTRIC ,
p.m. trade-In welcome. Phone We ere proud fo off iron* of Bradford"*finest/ ret/cfence,
Honda motorcycle bike. sharpening service, circular anytime 7/2 tfn. 475.1 151 and 413.2702.7/2 RANGE Brown In color. 9648212. 6/11 tfn. LOST DOa tltuatfd on S3 acre landtcoptd, la magnolia/ azaleas,
and lots of miscellaneous.Morgan hand carbide, ANSWERING SERVICE now Stchg 730.ELECTRIC 5000. Call 964-7753. 1 tpd
FURNITURE Modern walnut Generous pine 4 dogwood plus iplll roll fence with effracMve
chain rewardfor
Rd. between mower blade hollow available In Keystone STOVE Cypre. 7/16. dining table, $200; large barn Only' minute from Stork and 00/"' ...."'.. Arcfilfecrvralfy -
US-3O1 North and Highway" ground balanced.Leave Heights area. Are you porch Swing with heavy USED SWIM TUBES Agrldite. desk $100 return of nine
mahogany ; Innovative with/ meticulous/ attention detail
16. l Itpd 7/16. at Jackson Building tired of' losing business chain. Call 964-9274. 7/9 964-6465. Itchg 1116. old tan .
set. $25; year Mi dramatic Florida hat for
easy estate spectof Interest the
Supply In Starke,
Keystone fertiliz
CARPORT SALE 1372 Blon- due to someone not 2tchg 7/16. ALICIA HAYl' Highly
Heights' or Lake Butler MILK COW AND CALVES chair. $40; utility cabinet. Weimeraner. Had connoisseur with a discerning eye for superb oak flooring,
ding St., Stark. Thur., answering your phon.? : ed. No weed Horse quality. ,
TFchg $25; utility table $10. Call red collar and ID 'a\\ rich panolllng'' stone fireplace huge ream over
Fri and Sat. 11 a.m. tit 6 Call now for detail Call 9645772.. 7/9 2tchg $2.50 per bale. 9647741. Stork.
p.m. Ifchg 7/16. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 473.3728 or 473.2555.7/16 7/16. 9647789. Guinea pig. 7/16. Itpd tags when lost in 3.000 sq. ft. CHS plus oversized garage and perch. Has
YARD SALE Thuri., Fri. 3tchg" 730.BABYSITTING. OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZER) $500ea.' Itch 7/16. Lake jeveryfhfng that any successful executive would cfeslre.
Sat., lot.of mix. Including Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. IN MY HOME Picked three time a week. ENGLISH RIDING SADDLEi WANTEDMOBILE I Brooklyn ,Owner financing, possible, for quallltfd buys
dish., curtain. and) etc. TFchg Hot meal, snacks. By bushel or half-bushel girth, bridle and sheepskin area. Missing toe PREFERRED/ PROPERTIES
612 Collin. Plac. SEWING MACHINES Newborn to five year Watermelons, 1.00 each. saddle pad. Call HOME Axles with I on right front foot. Move In now, Eastwood Drive :38*. SB, paaottlng,
9646362. Itchg 7/16. REPAIREDi All make Day. Monday thru Saturdays Call 964-6523. Keep trying. 964.6100 between 5:00 and tires. Will pay $125. Phone" Call toll free Mrs. carpet, large lot- few down payment If you qualify.
MOVING SALE Furniture, cleaned oiled and adjusted. 75* hour 7/9 tfn. 7:00 7/16 2tpd 7/23.
: per p.r p.m. 9645007. 6/11 12tchg I Mock 1-800-342-5624 Country Club Brick 4BR M. CUBA en 1.75 pretty
$15. Work child. Call BUSH AND BOO DISC Excellent Royal Manual
pool table I0-speed bike, 964-8687 Itchg TYPEWRITER 8/27. acre fenced back yard. assumable mortgage
guaranteed. James 7/16. condition. $350. brand $75 if found.
other household Item. and practically new ; .
60.15 acres beautiful' rolling/ land In Breeder area.
clothing. 10a.m. Sat., July Strickland, corner Morgan SHP WOOD SPLITTER for Call 9645485. Itchg 7/16. sofa and chair, $25.00 for .
80 acres 41 3 Bit frame home In Theressa area.
18. 1250 S.E. lit St. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg r.nt. hour or day.Agrldite, 1972 SHASTA TRAVEL both. Call 964-6687. Itcha REWARDLos .
J \/t! brick .
Bit. B, VA morra. 9'crfy.
(Between Griffi and CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed 964-6465.7/16 Btchg 9/3. TRAILER: 15 ft., gas.elect.l. 7/16.
Gelger Rd). 9647953. 1tpd Free estimates. Handy.' refrlg., burner stove, PURE-BRED REGISTERED Walker Hound on dirt road Brick "". IV! B, CfttA, 326. mo. pay. ll'/i\ %.
Man Fence Co. 9648559. "Tea far Two" ceiy cartage, d MA. Priced right.
7/16. MOBILE ov.n, sink with 20 gal. ANGUS BULLi 3-yr. old.
FOUR FAMILY GARAGE TFpd. 1281.TYPEWRITER tank Sleep 4-S, porta- Phone 964-8356.. James off Bayless Hwy. Call Roy 1400 sq. ft. tastefully decorated OMA-meve In now.

SAlEi July 17 A 18, 8.30: REPAIR Call HOMES potlle. new tire. 2.20 gal. Gaskln. TFNchg 5/14. Adkins at A & K Feed Store. 2,000 sq. ft. CMA 4BK, 2 8. 'large 'lot, Cammert/of.
a.m. til 4:00: p.m. the Office Shop, 110 W. FOR SALE go tanks, $1300.00 Call 100 LAYING HENS 'for sale. .Brick 2000 sq. ft., fireplace/ $45.000. aitum. mortg. I
Children' and adult Call St., Starke for detail, 964-8427. Itpd 7/16. $2.00 each. Call 9645609. 964-8711 .lake Brooklyn-Adorabfe S4l.fOO-Own.ftn., $14.500.
clothes; boy winter coat, 9645764. tfn. :2BR,MOBILE HOME furnished FEEDER PIGS 2 mo. old. Itpd 7/16.' lOA -/lmb.r-pele' -cr..k..sum. marly.
size 12, excellent condi GLASS CUT TO ORDER, garage, storage shed, Five mile on Brownlee' Rd. .Fish camp en good fishing' take with living quarter.
tion. Miscellaneous Doors, window, etc enclosed porch 1 acre Call 964-6310. Itchg 7/16. 1 Carpet Cleaning MI'2! I .$7600 for small frame fieme on city 'let(needs Tic).

household Items 373 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY (fenced), many extra ,, 1 ,,. Valuable property art Ml adjacent Co"' Telephone.,
Mimosa Dr., off Bessent 9646078. Order also 18500. 964-6490. 4/30 PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE By .200' en 301 1.61 A. finest, commercial property.
Road. Itpd 7/16. taken In Lake Butler, tfn. '- e$41,30015 acre or 30 'lets Forest Height an Rd. l 16 W.
YARD SALE Sat., July 19; 496.3079 and Keystone 111 MOBILE HOMES! All Types *,Insured e Two 1 A parcel, appro 4 mile from Starke.
second driveway behind. Helght, 4734973. 226f payments starting at ii- FREE ESTIMATES Teal Tile & Carpet P Jf 19647423. .Lot42Sampson lake, light pal, tank.S16,7001

Pest Control. on Water St, IE----I $137.00 per month. John Call Thomas D. Ntttle. I .$25,000 for".IS nice/ acres en 301 N. Highly' desirable./
Itchg 7/16. Brown Mobile Home \ e House beautiful 2244 ... ft. CIMA. close to ifiopplng.
YARD SALEi Frl. ft Sat, July Need a Babysitter' Center 4733775.49 498-3731 Lake Butl.r '. IE GENERAL REAL ESTATE e3' acres-llmber-roads-rlampton-Own. fin. 12: %.
17 8 18,10 am.. til??? Cor.
19,500 store' and 2 tot,
I Wouldn't It be nice to have Worthington Springs
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Streets.ner Washington Starke. and Itpd Grand 7/16. your child close In case olI ATTENTIONFSP Portable Buildings Mountain Acreage CLOP 57 near Country Club/ M,'OO.
Illness ,e".$acres really secluded-nice trees $'.OOCI.
or maybe would
YARD SALE Frl. thru Tue.? you and UCI Home Sites Farms '
July 17 8 21. 10 a.m. til??? I like to go shopping after Child Care In My Home SUZUKI OF STARHE C40 acres lawtey area 43,000-Owner finance.
708 N. lake St., Cor. 16. work? Mother with twochildren Mon. thru Fri. Investments .New, modem, CB store 101 lawtey$52.000. Owner fin.Beautiful .
Crib B/W TV, shelf unit, will care for your, e Bessenf Rd. lot-t33'2Sff.
Day or NightOn Custom Homes '
301S 984-6020
twin headboard, clothes (child. Conveniently located! The Circle Hwy ''e5 acres appro miles west of Storks-St. Ud. '!HI.

and more. 964-8389 or' on Waldo Road. Call Call Ginger- 431-1722 I 6X10 thru 12X50LIMEROGK SPECIAL 'eiaw'y JOI-CB store-$l.500own.ffn.
964-S230. I 1tpd 7/16. 378-2387 for detail.,' 7/9 .let on E. Call St. Call for derails.
YARD SALEt Sot., July 18, 91 j I|2tpd 7/16. 100 Acres, big timber, water, e7 I-acre lot Brow", '.. Rd. $4,000/A.* dawn/12

a.m. til 12 noon. Wooden' ..... 1"1IIILJ!! ''I owner finance, $650.00 acre e5.S acres near Presbyt.Cnvrch 4 Ito.pllol-mo' offer.
deck porch furniture ,- e20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.
cloth.. girl., junior sizes. BJ For Roads & DrivewaysAll Unfurnished Cabin, $19500.00 e"3 Ac. lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin lodge" 40000.
garbage disposal etc. Owner 4.7B Acres Rd. 230A Wilson Rd. $1.700. .
Bldrs Sands,, Financing .
Rock &
Country Club Rd. 9645667. ..1It RECOVERY Types ,. Country Club let 169 s: M3-nice loeatlen--SIO.OOO.
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Look forsignsi( Hchg7/lo; ; ROOM .. ''20 yd.:Semi-loads Only ... Operating Marina. $39500.00 .-Busy Call 41 Wafer St. 'let 235 86' Owner fin. $19.500.
mf*w- Allen Taylor. Lawtev 782. 172 "** e 7000 sq. ft. ca bldg. on M./ 161 Owner fI...
The Recovery Room of I FREE BROCHURE I i iI
HOMES : _$500 ma. Income four, .. rentals, -Calif lay 45.000.
Local Dlst.
Archie Lake City Tanner Funeral r : I ; ) 1-303-433-8153 I Realtor/ A..oela'-Ah.r Noun
Wayne 1. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964-6593
Home): Solid Oak
,1. 11 Arrowhead Kealty & Byron Terwlllegar.964-7774 Gerrl lennan-496-3140
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AREA- J Swings Rockers Marlene Roberts-9e4-. Martha Dorka-782-3397
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Anne Nelson-475-U77
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HOMESStrawberry 1.3 acre attractive building lot $7000. .. FILL DIRT -LIMEROCK DRAINFIELDS RELAID Now Open During Lunch Hour
Acre 3BR Ask for Mrs. Brown. 372.3336; Olin's MobilePONDS DUO FILL DIRT
2BA. '.21 acres, fenced, I (Evenings: ) : Home Sales ROADS BUILT -SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIESFREE Mon. thru Fri. 8t05
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school. lg. shady lot. I Extra Cash Elaine M.: Olin/ Agent iIIrI... .invest In the Best It Saves More
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Reduced 26500. OfMroMrt,Start locally 964-5938 I. Ads MOBILE HOME I
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3BR, 2Ba.. Spanl.h style $90 PER HUNDRED Sun pO.9645791' INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
home on spacious lot inStork. Webiler. America's foremen' Florida II

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Starling And Disc Parts worker to update local milling" Used 1979 Merc. V-150 hp Power trim REASONABLE RATES (Tali Jnjfim*
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SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS I New 14 ft. Pices Rambler. Used Merc. hurricane- If and when o Drilling-

OWNER FINANCED: 10% In Experienced Sewing Machine approaches, you _.. ] .
1976 50 won be ob/e "-
hp Top carpet to purchase
terest. 3 bedroom CB S O n n
Operators. Must be able to work 4Vi I' 0 Mobile Homo Insurance _
heat home, In AC Starke., laundry Central days 40 hour week. lounge seats . . .v. . . . > . . So take advantage of SheCircumstances Drilling Fast Equipment Rotary

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garage, fireplace, above will be open for Interviews 7 a.m. to 4 Used Merc. 1979 V-150 hp Power trim. OUn'i your ._4T TFM.l'.g' E NSEDp1J19MMl ....
20 ground% down pool $30,000.many Call9M.8483 p.m. Monday thru''' Friday., New SportCraft 190,19 ft.Top $ Hom.Sales
or 17267651. Starke Uniform Manufacturing lounge seats : . . . '. . . . 6050 Phone FREE QUOTES 964-5606 _.
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.t. ,
, Green Moved Back To Alachua


,'r Circuit Court Judges9 New Assignments, Began July 1? .."" .;,/ ':':

New Circuit Court Judicial will handle a civil work load docket In paper that judges are ''assigned Judge Green said. ford County Judge Elsie S. Sanders year term.
assignments began in the 8th Judicial Alachua January 1 through June 30 and from For many years Judge Green and Starke.Attorney George Pierce' The concept of the judges in the 8th
Circuit at the beginning of this monthin Judge Sanders, Union County July 1 to December 31."Changes are stated all roads led from Gainesville ;have applied for the post along with Judicial Circuit, according to Judge
Bradford, Union, Baker Alachua, Judge A.L. Driggers, along with the, made as they become necessary," with the judge, state attorney, and Levy County Judge W.O, Green, Is that during their six-year
Gilchrist and Levy Counties. county judge's of Levy and Gilchrist Judge Yawn said. public defender all based In I Beauchamp; Alachua County Judges 'elected term that the judges serve In "
The transfers moved controversial Counties are appointed acting circuit He explained judges are rotated on Gainesville. Nath Doughtle,Jeanne Crenshaw and ,each of the six counties in the circuit.
Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green, Jr., from court judge's until further order of the six month assignments but may be He pointed out Bradford County has Stephen P. Mickle. "I have no quarrel with that
Administrative Judge of Bradfordand court for the purposes of entertaining kept on assignment up W; a year''or always had the second highest case The Judicial nominating committee philosptiy,"Judge Green said.
Baker Counties back to Alachua juvenile cases Baker and Myers Act more. r load in the circuit. President Tench was appointed by
County. Judge Osee Fagan was cases, and Family Support and en- Judge Green served in Bradford Since 1973 four new prisons have 'ap-pointments. John F. Kennedy in 1961
assigned to Baker County and Judge forcement proceedings arising under County from January 1, 1980 to June been added to the circuit: Baker Cor- will, then make the appointment.. The .and served several years as US Ambassador
Chester Chance was assigned to Chapter 409.2564 Florida Statutes, 30, 1981. He served in Baker County rectional Institution was built several .person who receives the appointment, to Panama before he came
Bradford County on a two-day a week 1979, and emergency hearings for from Jan. I, 1981 to June 301981. years ago near Olustee, Lawtey Correctional -| will serve until the 1982 election when (back to Gainesville and became a
basis. those arrested for failing to purge Judge Green in an interview'with Institution, the Receptionand ,the person will have to run for a six- county judge.
Judge Chance is out of the state during when held in contempt in Domestic' this paper cited some reasons a judge Medical Center near Lake Butler rINSULATION.
the month of July and Bradford Relations proceedings. should be assigned to Bradford County was under construction when Article
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders will moved Green in January of this year on a permanent basis. 5 went into effect January I, 1973 and
serve as acting circuit court judge in his office from Gainesville to Judge George Patten, who died in Butler Transit Unit (Tent City) was
addition to his regular judicial duties. the Bradford County Courthouse in 1974, had his office for many years at built since 1973 in Bradford County
Judge Wayne M. Carlisle has been Starke and has spent 1 1/2 days in the Bradford County Courthouse in west of Florida State Prison. .
returned as Administrative Judge of Baker County and 3 1/2 days in Brad- Starke. His successor was Judge Most of the judges have a full SAVE THAT ENERGY
Union County.All ford County. He has handled under Carlisle who had his office in docket and find it most difficult to
appointments are from July 1, this procedure juvenile probate and Gainesville. deviate from their current schedule,
1981 to December 31, 1981. civil matters.In It was not until this year that a circuit according to Judge Green. ?U'J: !
Judge Benjamin M. Tench has other counties where a judge is court judge was based in Starke. The Florida Legislature approved a
assumed the chief judge's role replacing assigned for a day and a half the Judge Green says that.Bradford new judgeship for the 8th Judical Cir-
Bradford County native. Judge juvenile cases are handled by the County handled 183 criminal cases in cuit bringing the number of judges up
Therona A. Yawn, Jr., who has servo county judge except in Baker County circuit court. Last year the figure to eight.Applications.
ed as chief judge for the past four where the county judge is not an at- rose to 437 and projections indicate for the New Circuit 1
years. They made the announcementof torney.At that in 1981 the criminal case load will Judgeship for the 8th Judicial Circuitare ..
the judicial appointments in a joint the May meeting of the 8th be 399. now being accepted. The deadlineis
statement several months ago. Judicial Circuit Judges in Judge Bradford Juvenile cases in 1973 July ZO, 1981 at 5 p.m..You can pickup
Judge Yawn has been assigned as Yawn's chambers, Judge Green numbered 23. Last year there were 96 an application at the law office of HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR
Administrative Judge of Gilchrist and presented some facts why a Judge cases and this year during the first James G. Feiber, Jr., 703 NE 1st St., r HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION '
Levy Counties. Judge Tench, in addition should be assigned to Bradford Coun- quarter, there have been 37 cases. Gainesville, FL. 9 copies of the application FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
to chief judge's role, will be Administrative ty on a permanent basis. He stated Until last summer all circuit court are required when they are, QUALITY INSTALLATION
Judge of the Juvenile the state could save $2,800 in travel judges lived in Alachua County. filed. This paper has learned Brad-
Department of the Circuit Court and costs if he did not have to drive to Judge Green and his family repur Fet tfiina/et
to other matters of general jurisdiction Alachua County every day but no chased the house on Walnut Street
in Alachua County. change was made in the new that they sold some years ago, and ON H SAVE EATING | 964-6956H I I ON SAVE,
Judge Green and Judge John J assignments.At moved back to Starke last July. FLORIDA COOLING
Crews will handle the two criminal the time the assignments were I've been covering the entire circuit DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE
divisions in Alachua County plus each made last April Judge Yawn told this court load in Bradford County,"

Nat'l. Wildlife Refuge Host Deer an d Hog Hun ts 654-5451

ObituaryBennie .
St. Marks National Wildlife Refugewill must be one self-addressed stamped 7 Days
host three deer and hog hunts on envelope for each name in the group. Fri thru Thur.You'll .
the Refuge. All hunts are quota hunts Deadline Dates: never guess who wins. -s:: L
and 400 permits will be drawn at a All letters must be received in the George Hamilton Bu.tNaynakhnop.ra4aat. ,
public drawing for each hunt. Additional Refuge headquarters, St. Marks Na- Bennie George Hamilton, 81, of / C
hunt information is as follows: tional Wildlife Refuge, P.O. Box 68, Starke died Sunday evening, July 12, 1 FarwhFreecarrDomDsLM. llo. : iLLrny ::c
Dates for the hunts: St. Marks. Florida 32355, by Oct. 1, following a sudden illness. -=
Archery-Nov.20-21,1981; White- 1981. The public drawing will be heldon Born in Carsonville,Ga.,on Dec. 12 ",. cu
tailed deer and feral hogs either sex; Oct. 5, 1981, at 10:30: a.m. AU applicants 1899, Mr. Hamilton was a retiredveteran 1" BAILM
hunt area is Wakulla Unit. will be notified, successfuland of the U.S. Army and Navy : Lat
Conventional Weapon-Dec. 4-5, unsuccessful. Hunters have a and had served in both WWI and
1981; Bucks only. Hogs either sex; chance to be drawn for all hunts applied WWII. He moved to Bradford Countyten e D C e" 20th' CINTURV1PGI! >>
Hunt area is Panacea Unit (near Otter for.Faith. years ago from Jacksonville, SHOWTIMESFriday t j 12
Lake). where he was a member of the I I jJ
Muzzleloading Firearm-Dec. Bible Institute American Legion. ',' 7:10: 8:55: := BUSINESS OJ
18-19; White-tailed deer and feral Survivors included: his wife, Mrs. Sat 8 Sun. 5:20: -,7:10: 8:55Moo. : J :cQ
hogs either sex; Hunt area is Sets Registration Day Rachel M. Lammons Hamilton; two )
., Tues., Wed., & Thur. !5
Wakulla Unit. Faith Bible Institute, Melrose, FL daughters, Mrs. Edna Knepper and >.
How to apply: is now accepting applications for the Mrs. Mary Jo Hamilton, both of 0 I ca c
Write a letter, stating the hunts( ) Starke 7 grandchildren and great-- ,
Fall Term beginning Sept. 8, 1981. ; ; = >-
desired and the hunter's full name A full time and part time video curriculum grandchildren.Funeral i '___ ___t'I _' zeye ....
and address. Also,enclose a stamped, will be offered covering such services were held at 12 301 IN Q,) CU
self-addressed legal-size envelope. topics as: Old Testament Survey, noon. Wednesday, July 15, at the :I:
Fit & Sat. c.II :
Phone applications will NOT be ac Practical Ministries and Christ the graveside with Father Michael _
cepted. You may apply only one time Healer. Williams, of St. Williams Catholic
for each hunt. Applications are available from Church, Keystone Heights, of- a
Group Applications: Faith Tabernacle, P.O. Box 464, ficiating. Interment was in Restlawn
A maximum of five hunters can Melrose FL Memorial Park Jacksonville under
32666. Registration Day
apply,M.a croup in one letter.lull will be>July'50.For more Informationcall the direction of DeWitt ,C, Jones
u' '" '
name and address are required for 4752554. Funeral Home Starke: unltadAruns
each hunter.Enclosed with this letterr'U' I 1 Horse

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