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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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W nradford County Is ready to begin crew., Commissioner Dave Shuford Carter, even less optimistic said the
', fv paving many of the miles of secon- 'reported Monday at the Bradford $700.000 bond issue would be worth only
fhrt' roads that have recently been County Commission meeting. about $600,000 by the time the
pitched from stat to county The county is in the process of bore money arrived. i\
" .,.Maintenance as soon as final ap- rowing funds to resurface many of On other discussion regarding road i
I, I ar)val of bond financing it received. those roads using revenues from the maintenance Shuford said reductionsIn
state gas tax as payback. the county' fuel allocation would
J: Retopping could begin within three County Attorney Dudley Hardy told mean a cutback In mowing and
.month*. the commission that if all goes as anticipated grading services.If .
;'y ,orbs state has now turned over 112.8 the bond Issue funds will ar the maintenance crew scheduled
jHUea. of secondary roads for county rive In the county by August. a road for grading four times during
.1 iintenance which adds more mow- Shuford said the funds would be us- the coming year, it will only be grad-
New Construction to Complete Bradford-Union VoTech School -. I hag.patching and sign care to county ed as soon as the bids could be approved ed three times. He outlined similar
and Department r cutbacks In mowing because of the
tation approval could be obtained mandate to conserve fuel.
rI He estimated resurfacing could Shuford said price Increases over

:e: ;, ': ';, begin by October. the past year meant fewer miles of
\: : .- :. When maintenance of secondaryroads road being paved.
), \ t : \.. was turned back each county Another commissioner was less optimistic -
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..., :'::N' ].Yi: was supposed/ to pay maintenancecosts saying the $700.000 bond

,, by receiving a portion of the would mean only about$600,000 worthof
'' I. .,0.:; ". '\ ," '- state tax on gasoline sales. Each paving by the time the money are I
I +w vrir county now gets the seventh and rives.
: f ) i Shuford added that fuel cutbacks
) eighth cent from tax. The
state tax on a theJas is eight would mean about 25, percent less
'.p.J<"'JII't mowing and grading of county roads.
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w ; < was not certain hoe much money'
It ;,. \ :'r Bradford County could anticipate an- repair will be the first to get the im
. 'tV'4. nually to repay the bond issue. provements. Shuford said the priority
,'; .'' list Includes Whitehead Road.
, Hard said the hearing before a circuit -
.\;, judge in June had successfully Morgan Road the road that goes by .
f ,' been completed to approve the bond the Heilbrone Springs Baptist
Issue which will provide immediatecash Church, Grlffls Loop, Edwards Loop
Y for retopping. and the road to the Sampson trestle.
+ J The attorney general has ruled that Final decisions on the- amount of
\ resurfacing a road is considered to be resurfacing will be made after bids

., .. new construction, which frees the are received. Shuford said current
: county to pay for retopping from the estimates for retopping a mile of

bond money, Shuford said. highway are In the $30,000 range.In .
State funding of $1.4",mlllioii wlll cover the costof the final phases of the out that the county related discussion the board .
VoTech Center, The heavy equipment course will Ip among the courses moved began trying to borrow that money held a public hearing asking input to ;
from present facilities Into this huge steej'building! lined by,concrete blocks. !and about a year ago and delays had cost the spending .of about $147,000 Jin '

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; Mike (Jaddy measures steel .i4ile7rare.. hoisted Into place by a huge meant the county would be able to. new equipment for the road J
r crane and bolted together by workers" who walk>and tilde along the top support resurface fewer miles of roads. department to use on maintenance
..: beams about SO feet off the ground. Commission Chairman Maie the newly acquired secondary roads,




I School Board Passes Chance For Community Education Program ;11



,Balking at a title designation shift Supt. Tom Casey told the board in re- "Technically not Right. If we use at the vo-tech center by a shift of ti sons over 18 years of age who need "I'm not saying he won't help out in
and $600 additional supplemental quested the change in title. him as an assistant principal we lose tie. You wouldn't be asking for this special instruction... in raising vo-tech. He'll be there.,. primarily be
salary the Bradford School Board Under state school law, the the possibility of $6.700up to money, you wouldn't be asking us for children growing old gracefully, how housed In the Vo-tech center and
declined last Thursday, June 28. to superintendent can fill vacancies but $10,000" Casey said. this title ,If federal dollars were..." to live within a budget, general areasof primarily at night and he will sec<<
establish a community education program the school board must first approve "Are you going to come back now .Gaskins said getting interupted. adult living Casey explained. people are all right and he'll lock up
by declining to establish a posi- the position. The school board has approved and ask us for another assistant principal "No, no, no... There's no federal Bradford's share of Community Instructional "But he won't be an assistant principal -
lion for the director of the new state! a fulltime assistant principal, ?" Gaskins asked. funds involved..." Casey Interjected. Service dollars is$116.000. technically. That'll be Brown
funded area of instruction. for the vo-tech center In addition to "No Sir. I don't plan to- ask for Gaskins came right back. "Well The money has been funded to and Oglesby," Casey added.
.. Salary of the proposed "coordinator two fulllJme principals and it was another person at all. I'm trying to that's right, It's slate dollars comingIn. Alachua County which directed expenditure "By title, we're talking about a different
of community education" would be this assistant principal's position that save us some money here." the ." of all the funds because the direction and I think it will
paid for the most part by the slate1 Supt. Casey asked be changed to the superintendent replied. "Right.its state! dollars. But there .Bradford school system has no com broaden the program for people." Ihe
from funds! accruing la the county level of coordinator of community are programs also," Casey said. munity education program. Casey superintendent said. The coordinatorof I
school district via a Community Instruction education. "Will we get It (the state funds?" "understand 'the programs" said. community education Casey I
Services program and a Under the current school board 'Mrs. Spengler asked. Gaskins said. "They spent $300 here the last two pointed out, would give GED tests as ',
Community Education Program, staffing chart, however, a coordinator "Yes maam. I've been assured..." $114.700 is given to Alachua and years because no one was really in Mr. Brown does; have adul basic I
is a higher level than an assistant Casey was saying when Interrupted. Bradford counties for community In- charge. Santa Fe (Community College education closes as Mr. Brown has
principal. A coordinator draws a "Still here. Tom I've got a hang up structional services Casey said. ) was taking care of it for us, but been doing and supervise all areas of "
salary supplement of$1,330. an assistant with the shift of tit le." Gaskins said. Next year Its,is planned to increase no programs have been involved with academic work; )

\ J11' 111Un ",rItt-r... principal draws a supplement of You'give one man $600 more than an that as much as 50 percent. The state 'our people."This <*rr page l.\> J
$930. $000 less than a coordinator. assistant principal who's working his people expect the community educa- Is one area we felt like we
Casey said he wants to gel the com butt '''off at the high school or tion program to be put in a priority ought to go ahead and move into it, \
munity education program established somewhere else or maybe an assis- position.Community. and move Into It strong," Supt. Casey CrossingClose To\ t
this year in expectation that the tant principal who's working fulltime education Is for per- said. :
N/ stale will fund the program at a much -
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the school system has no coordinator '
of community education this j. With mining operations, completed .'
year it will cost up to $26.000! that the northwardfromSR230toSRl6.dllPont : ,
schools could receive If programs officials gained permission Monday i I
were established. Casey said he expects from the Bradford County Commission i I
to be funded $15 to$16.000 in Ihe to close SK-16 for four months
f new program this year. but expectsover while the mining dredge i is moved '
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$100.000 next year and -double ______ ,. -'A' s across that highway. ,, \
that the following year. The closing scheduled for Nov 1.
David Smith a former'r':agriculture Chairman, Maxie Carter spoke for a
._ rHo'oy July\ instructor here who has established a the commission in Having the procedure :
-Public lti ,lted to '7. community education program .in would be ho prnblcm. In |11111. j I
Vl..lt wf Sn. Dick Stone ,' Flagler County has been recommended 4.-4' Ihe Department of Transportation t
Garden .*turant.4 p.m.' by Supt. Casey to fill the post., i DOT permitted the closing ofS6,230 < \
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The school board went through a .. f. !
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lengthy discussion of Casey's requested Ben
Softball Tournament Moxley of duPont said I the 2.10 ':j I

VV..t.,ld.fork July'.7.'. i taking no title action change: before finally crossing took 75 days and about that f; !
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Rummage Sal.Saturday same length of time Is anticipated for i ;
i It/ >crossing SB-IS. :Moxley said the move
dinner avail, all
Chicken
Board member Pat Spengler askedif
this time the
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complicated by
weekend with boiled peanut end) it Is not correct that Ihe proposed
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on the cob. cold watermelon, presence of telephone power I
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coordinator would receive$600 more ;
lines. He said personnel
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and homamod Icecream, Help in supplement to his salary, than an the r
could probably complete crossing ,
,.nd .nlor boy. back to- "tot. assistant ,
principal. within 73 days again, but a 120 permit '
No admlnlan.
lournamentF
"Yes maam. sew) more than an ,
had been obtained from DOT
donation. accepted. '. assistant>> principal. Casesaid.. ..t "' :' ... .... Moss of the
Jim outlined plan
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couldn't use him with the title of assls- >>.. lL..I..I..t:! ', '< "" ..\. ,, / : ;: \T-: .. to the county commission lie said
traffic would be diverted o.f of SR-16.
_-$aturdo*.July..7..:::_' : tant principal," board member J.T. I Drivers will be routed to Kingsley
C.r Wo.h a W.e.ypopW.m.r Parrfsh said. : : :.t"nil" t3a*' guzzlers line, up at Tennero ulalion on FrMuj afternoon I; Lake by taking SR-23A, which .
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thai' what .
say. parallels the, other road about one ,

At 1 Community. to Jp.m.--lank'a.m. ; ','salary of ii, Salary is a hang is not up to the you.primary I'd back ques-off )l2"ocai!, GasupplOKfor4th Despite Lines! mile, south.ofSR'.14 n-1&.. ,."r, j .f
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Klns.r.rlak.ctvic .. ', "turn." Sup:Casey said: ... .vtatfA- .' .,. p c!', .,} i:, \ '.
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Center Covered -Mrs.\ Spengler said of David Smith:,. ,Gasoline supplies for she Fourth'of Register said but 'it's about due togo :"It's the first lirn.ever since wt'Ve :,! ."Index. i,. ,
Dl., Supp.r 4,..... She termed Smith's return here"aif '' July! holiday will be no problem. ac up." He said diesel fuel Is criticalbecause been open that we'll be closed on the ... I',' ..I
dealers around town. they're running on 60 percent ; Fourth We're also closing on Sun-L (
unusual if we can gel t the cording to gas \ iTW03ECTION3"
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: which we've *done
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..; man back. Howtver..supplil'might; dwindletoward ',ot last year's allocation,' ? ( Bever "
Or i. John of Torode.011 Co., a before. Hurst said. ;4m'A'irBryan's >>"i< .IIICTION! AI :' 1
Courtesy "If there is a hang up on dollars;we the end of the month if a lot of ,1|I Torode ry '
Gulf Station will be eDen' Society ... Paes aA iA '
said Shell dealer, said they've received on-
the ,
sold "
JACKSON'S 1 ought to find another title gas is over holiday : 'editorial.J&. . \ '; :, ','
IIJILDf G.. :5 Casey sai Just 1 used the title-that t ..FreemanRegister of Register Oil ly 70 percent of their allocation-down, ; the Fourth. v ". tA.2At..SA.Pae.4AiNewaY,1wl.n.

SUPPLY j thought appropriate because ',he, < ;Co... .}; ,*, '-*> >,byive!3 would the'
ot.Sfarke be up
a coordinator" within Register said his Gulf supplied, Torode- said. Torode services Shell& be openers the Fourth of JUly. '"- a-1 Obituaries. ,.. lof". . Pale 2A'' I
Hwy 301 S. T- 964-eO,78 SChools'llem. company received the same amount stations. The lower prices at that station has'' .. .

Kcytton N*>grii' going What to you're be an saying assistant is that principal.he's not" of gas for July as June-abou 73 per-' Hursl'sShett U.'Stalion ..ownerjiCarrHurtUtaid drawn more lines than most hi towitla SECTION 8C1.,1t:, ."';Ii ,

HV 100 And 21-A board member Arthur Gaskins rcent of last year's. allocation.' h* will not.;open ,,..the>h-.Gas;;; is not sold at the station"" "* -7 on.. '),'.Ion--'..- : ;,., ..iporlsl7P9o1a16'In"111:>
473.<4973 r itated! '" ', *' .oj't' > -Prices have*. note f gone up> yet Fourth. day and Wednesday Classified . . Paelef

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"You be hell to be who'want to drive are afraid to delve?
gotta tough as a he said. +. -. -.
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; farmer, Canova Howard said Friday
,r R, as he sat in his truck in a dusty pack- One Bradford County farmer said a
6 3 'y I i ing shed lot In Worthington Springs. driver for him went to sleep at a truck .
t V r w .. a j, Some Bradford and Union County stop up north and when he woke up;
ni farmers have Just about been through seven of his tires were cut and hoses,
hell because of the trucker strike this to the refrigerator on the trailer had-
,r a i iaps watermelon season. been slashed. The farmer reached i into -
i, About i100D001n watermelons has the glove compartment of the trucks
been lost in Union County county and held out a handful of twisted nails '
agent Logan Fink estimates He says the trucker had pulled out of .two'of'

__ __. .______n _" __ ___ ____ E, another $30,000: has been loaf in pep the tires. "-
.r f ? f Broker Tom Killmon said the One farmer who asked that ho not
From front to back Orvllle Brooklns. Nellie Fraiee Bessie Nichols Bessie/ r four1' or five growers he represents be Identified said he was giving some,
Wilder. Edna Canty. Lillian Bridges. Bessie McCrary and Harry Rosensbine., have lost about 35-40 truckloads of truckers a $100 to $200 bonus to,haul
melons. Brooker State Farmers' melons for him. : .
Market spokesperson Ilean Lewis "Whatever it takes," he said. .
said Monday 219 trucks had been One farmer in Union County said be-;
weighed there this season 273 trucks has been able to make It through the,
Earn Your! High School Diploma" By Taking From right to left. : Bessie McCrary. Lillian Bridges and OrvUle Brooklns. went through the scales there last season with no real problem. : ;' ':'
year, she ...d. ". ain't lost a melon yet" Morris.,
The GED Tests. *******! ******************** "One situation like this will make Brown said Friday as two trucks were-::
you grow up or get out," Bradford being loaded in his 'yard at :.W.qrthington -
WatchforspecialeveptstocelebratethecentennlalLawtey County Agent Bobby Taylor said. Springs .
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Applications For The GED Tests are "We're about 15 or 20 trucks Brown who has about 150 acres of..
Behind," Laverne Dyal Said as he melons said he is loading about six
Being Taken At The Bradford Union Area *************************** watched a truck pull out of his field trucks a day. .
Friday. "I doubt we break even." "It's hurt everybody" labor.arew ,
Vocational-Technical Center Dyal and Wayne Parrish raise supervisor Beverly Fredierick said
Hires New CETA PolicemanA melons about four miles east of late Friday afternoon. "
Brooker In Bradford County. Dyalsaid For the last week her crews have
The Deadline Is July 16 1979 new CETA policeman! Nelson B. applicant! before August 30 when the with the trucker strike and rising had plenty of work but early on In the.:
fuel costs, farmers are going to much of the timdin.
Jackson was hired by Lawtey City[ C'r1'A-funded positions expire. many strike they spent
Call 9 64-6150 For _. Commissioners lea unanimous,waiUng. ,She !said there
;' -t !!L rmati"l1t! Monday night's regular meetjtaf fttJacluton mUlagerat!from ::1.81 to 3.0 was t.Pi "It's gonna,hurt. It's ,opna put a would be 'no,use, in .moving, a .,t//p.
'"-' a'minatlo' F3I8ws ; whti tk..not have tfcfl re E proved by6"solnmiaeionet'q' TiUI'ti tot.of m Upeople out{,, It:s,oonwi put,,t another pLaFJt.hopingl7a4kt+..w9\lJ\ I '
'E / s are Scheauf&tf As ; qulred police standards, will havejthe,' crease will be advertised ar; a public a lot of big people out Id like to farm moving there.
standards waived and will start workin hearing held at a later date. all the time but 1 can't afford to," he "If they didn't have none theCeatwouldn't :
July 23-24 1:00: 2:45: P.M. three or four weeks when 'the Mn. Lucille Shuford city clerk Bald be no better nowhere else,,I
paperwork Is completed, according to told commissioners the millage rate A statewide drive by the governor'sEmergency doubt if the truckers care if we dgn'Iwork ',
3:00: 4:45: P.M. Police. Chief M. M. Jordan. had to be raised to 3.0 to qualify for ,Preparedness Office did ,"
Jackson Is required to attend police federal revenue sharing funds. not have much effect on Bradford and
6:00: 7:45: P.M. standards classes at Santa Fe Com Shuford told commissioners the additional Union counties farmers said.
munity College in Gainesville beginnIng revenue of approximately Dr. John Woeste Dean for Extension Bobby Allen manager for severalof
at the University of Florida's In the state farmers' markets,-said
8:00: 9:30: P.M. Oct. 15.Contracts. $572 would be spread among Lawtey "
for the current CETA taxpayers making the individual Increase stitute of Food and Agricultural Monday the season Is almost over,
July 25-28 6:00: 7:45: P.M. policemen David Huber and Charles very ama ).This Is the first Sclences.was contacted about mid and It hasn't been a good one.
Carter expire Sept. 30. Commis time( the millage rate has been raisedin night Friday June 22, and asked to
8:00: 9:45: P.M. stoners had discussed possibilities three years.Commissioners. furnish the Emergency Preparedness "For all practical purposes we're:
of hiring Carter full-time with city also approved a re Office with information obtained out of business"Allen said in a phone.
July 27 9:00: A.M. 10:30: A.M. funds but have yet to reach an agree quest from Fire Chief Bill Crouse for from each county agent concerning conversation from the Suwanee'
ment. $490 In county funds for fire engine crop loss predicted future crop loss Valley Farmer's Market in Trenton.
hire one more CETA equipment. and equipment needs for farmers who "There's a still a lot of melons left In''
pot '*men if they can find a qualified Crouse also discussed with commissioners have been hit by the trucker strike. the fields."
donations for the addition to His office started to work on that at
the fire station Crouse said he has 1 p.m. Saturday and gave the infor Allen said truckers
for of the counties to thegovernor's were loading up
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drawn up a donations list and Intendsto in Georgia and South Carolina now"that ;
office seven hours later.
circulate it in Starke. ..
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were there rather than'travel
;I POUR jON t THE The city matched the $2,500 put in The process was repeated Sunday crops the extra miles to Florida .
by the fire department. Another/ and brokers and' truckers were get melons. '
$1,000 is needed.Crouse laid notified of Bradford Itic needs. .
BWJflflDBi jav THIS A ground-breaking ceremony will Woeste said and Union
be held 9:30 a.m. ,Wednesday July 4 counties were not considered as
by the Lawtey fire station. seriously affected as some counties. July 23 Hearing
In other business. Commissioner "With the efforts of the governor's ; .
Wayne Massey told the commissionhe office and the cooperation of several
I needs to find till-dirt for the streets agencies we were able to get it done" Set Challenging,
I before a grader can start to work on Woeste said.Killmon .
the roads. He said about 3.000-4,000 later said nobody In
yards of dirt was needed but he was Brooker got any help from the state. Removal of MayorA
unable to locate any.Commissioner The government ain't give us
Marvin Rosier nothing here," he said.
presented the sanitation report, and Dyal said if the government had suit filed against the Starke City
''Commissioner Ben1' McCufley suggested anything to do with him getting any Commission for removing Commissioner
a schedule be maintained for trucks he was unaware of it. Joe Warren as mayor is set for
Jimmy Hamilton said he hadn't had hearing July 23. ---
garbage pickup to decrease the Incidences ; : t
of dogs ripping open the garbage any help from the government in getting Through Gainesville attorney-Nart
i: J CENTRALHEAT bags. his crops moved'either. He Is a ris Tobin Warren,claims that the
Two land use requests were approved partner In Hamilton "Farms which commissioners acted UJeially ;in
iE E : one special permit for Toby has 200 acres of melons near Cooler removing him. ,- $
& AIR O'Neill to place a trailer next to his Pond south of Brooker. Warren was removed, at the'.conu:.
t O'Neill's Shell Station Highway SOU 'We'll be damned lucky to move mission meeting on June 5 after.h ti
and another to allow J. W. Barber to half the crop,"Hamilton said Friday. refused to rescind an action he order
Completely! Installed place a trailer on two acres on SR 225. "It might be a break even deal." on City Clerk Merrill F warde."-:'.;;;
"Hamilton said he can't get trucks Warren said he was going to prove
: 2 TON The next scheduled meeting is Monday to go far enough north. Many drivers the mayor had the power to do what
$1690 August 6 at 7:30 p.m. the charter said he could do and ant
SYSTEM nounced the order for Edwards
I come up with financial. plan within
(Plus any noosisary el cr work) 30 days. :fit
j Attention Pickup C Truck ,Owners'! Commissioner Vernon Silcox aaidj
WE SERVICE ALL MAKES the order.was unreasonable and War!
1 ren had ,not made clear what W
: AND MODELS. OF CENTRAL We Now Have ... wanted the clerk to do. '-';
The final vote of 4-0 to remove Wire
,AIR CONDITIONING ren as mayor ended several weeks:'ofcontroversey
Diamond Plate in which Warren outlin*
''SYSTEMSCONTRACTS- ed the duties of mayor as he Inters
Raaaiag Boards! -" p preted the city charter. Jagg
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AVAILABLE. 1 nat Make It removed the office of mayor from the!:
city government and set up a commission -?
Easier ToGstlnYcer form of government Silcox said;
the mayor who Is selected by in*.
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commission meetings and otherwise? F f
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Rep Frank Williams says tax relief economic development package taxation committee and the sub- On the business Regulations and
topped the list of accomplishment of would be considered when the committee on general taxation.On Licensing Committee, Williams
the legislature meets In session In serves on the sub-committee which
legislature, a subject that hat special the Criminal Justice Committee -
long been one of W" favorites. December. Williams serves on the subcommittee oversees public& utilities III
The whole legislature has finally Another legislative action In the which will be considering Williams Mid the session busy.
come around to the conclusion that session which ended in June will add alternatives to the present system 3.178 bills were introduced and 657
something had to be done to reduce to the pay checks of prison personnel.Williams which sends some convicted passed. Of those that passed just
: the tax burden of state residents said the Department of Ad- criminals to prison for longer lengthsof over 500 passed in the last five days of
William. responded to questions at ministration is currently time.' than others due to being the session.
receive
-the request of the Telegraph lor a how much more pay will be sentenced by different Judges. Williams said the number of bill*
;,review of the legislative session and by each classification within the Williams supports flat time sentencing was about average for the annual session
;;the effects on Bradford County and Department of Corrections A Jump which he says would eliminatethe even though the budget will cover'a T
'olarke. sum was appropriated for raises by disparity of sentences which now two-year period for the first time, ll
Williams said he could report with the legislature to the department and exist' in Florida. rather than just one year.. i""I" 1
pleasure that the legislature did very percentage Increases must be broken He said the legislature would be ;' ,
little damage to>> the area this year. from the total to determine which reviewing the budget next year with .,.
One beneficial action may have an employees get how much. the possibility of some changes being 'J s
indirect effect on the county by adding The raise became effective July 1. made if problem areas develop. '
I industry. Business assistance: Williams said the legislature provided Williams also reported that he I I ,
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i .wllE.be: provided for Industries in- a substantial increase for came out honorably In the skirmish I ,,, ''I
I tertftted<< } In Florida. Through the Lt.I education from kindergarten through between Clay and Duval counties 'I:11 i :
Governor's. office, industries will 12th grade. He added that higher over 194 acres split off from Duval by : :t'
I hav> a one-stop permitting education was "treated quite well." 1295. That land had been historically .,''1 .
, .mechanism: to speed up the process of In drawing his conclusions of the firemen and Clay County police and
I cSPflng access to the state's job impact of the session on the area, he approval was given by
i market. said he agreed with those who the Duval delegation to transfer that Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Inside new station.
I ( emphasized that measure the work of the legislatureby acreage to Clay County in 1978.
Ellama taken to allow precau-clean the harm they do by passing lots of Williams said Rep Sid Martin of
only
operations which pose no new laws. Hawthorne stood on the floor of the New Police Station Nearing CompletionThe il
tNt* lects on the environment, will be "I still subscribe to the proposition House and announced that Frank .
{allowed to that we'd be better off If the Williams was an honorable man and work this week !
move quickly through the did not lie. Starke City Police will be movIng will start sometime :1 i.
permitting process. legislature would switch from into a bullet-proof, energy. Painting will be done by Inmates from
The operation came about becauseof meeting 60 days every year to The problem was that the Duval conscience building next to the the Lawtey Correctional Institution.The .
I a review of other states which nabbed meeting one day every 60 years" County homework.delegation didn't do their Recreation Department (the old Ar windowless building will have a

Industries that also considered Williams quipped.The -. mory) near the end of July. locker room with a shower an Investigation
locating In Florida Williams said. Construction on the building being and detaining area offices ;
The review showed the permitting taxation provisions passed by I. "That tells you something when a done, for the most part by a lobby and a reception" area. .
hassels were eliminated In other the legislature increased homestead little ole country boy can out do 14 city students from Bradford-Union Voca- Chief Jimmy Bowen said the
states and tax structures were less exemption to 25.000 of assessed value slickers from Jacksonville tional School under the instruction of building will cost approximately \
cumbersome to new industry in states of real property for school district Williams'! said. David Fennlger. 25.000 to complete-about $20.000 less
such as Georgia and Alabama. property.Williams. Rep Frank Williams Low bidder on the electrical con- than If contractors built the new sta
Williams predicted a complete serves on the finance and tracting was Richard Torode, who tion.
He said he was pleased by passageof

a bill which mandates a three-year 'i I Stone To Visit Starke
I more... Crowing Will Temporarily Close SR.16 j; prison term for drug dealers caught I
:. with large amounts of marijuana, cocaine Friday at Garden Restaurant Hearings Next Step To ExecutionsCharles
or heroine. lie said the law also fif\ .
:conjunction: with the closing, the sideration by the commission. No allows for special consideration of U.S. Senator Dick Stone will be 1973 stabbing murder of a Tampa
W. Proffitt and Robert A.
county hopes to improve Flume Road date was set for that gathering. suspects who help the state attorney dropping by Bradford County Friday high school wrestling roach, won a
the Row Inmates who
east of Starke. That dirt road on the The commission also approved the gain information about the "big evening on tour to hear constituent Sullivan Death stay June 26 from U. S. District Judge
west side of the golf course, is set for five rezoning recommendationswhich boys" that profit from drug smuggling views on current issues and pro- won indefinite stays of execution last W. Terrell Hodges in Jacksonville 17
Itmerocking and perhaps paving. came from the June 26 blems.. week are now waiting for federal hours before his Wednesday morning
Drew Reddish of duPont said the of the Bradford County Zoning Boar ". think that bill provides a tool to 4 judges to set a hearing date.A execution.
company ,would be contributing to -Keystone Developers gained per get at the top people in the drug smug- ::, spokesman from Attorney Sullivan won his stay June 25 *>yU.S.
Rep. Frank Williams said General Jim Smith's office said there
tbattxoad: Improvement. Drivers who Stone
mission for a planned unit develop-- gling racket Williams said District Judge Jose Gonzalez in
fail to take SR-230 for the lake after would be available to the public at the have been no new developments and ,
ment for a 33-unit housing cluster plus Formerly a member of the Corrections Fort Lauderdale
SH/1S is closed will be able to detour recreation facilities and a sales office Committee, Williams said he Garden Restaurant from 6 until 7 added "we're just waiting for the" Sullivan was convicted for the April j.
across that one mile county road. for a site along SR-21 southwest of switched off of that committee and p,m. on July 6. -federal judges to set hearing dates. 9, 1973 shotgun murder of Hialeah
:Commissioner Dave Shuford said Keystone Heights near the golf onto>> criminal justice to have more In- Dave Brierton, Florida State Prison restaurateur Donald Schmidt.
just purchasing the materials for the course. Developer Jack Courtnaysaid put into the protecting society rather Williams said Stone invites superintendent, said he doesn't know Attorneys of both Proffitt and
paving and limerock would cost the the natural environment wouldbe than being a watchdog over the rightsof residents to come by the dining room when the hearings will be set. It could Sullivan have argued the men were
county $50.000'The commission held maintained and the housing units Inmates. meeting area and share their views take weeks or months, he added. ineffectively represented in their
out' little hope the paving will be completed would be of the low maintenance type. with him. Proffitt, who was convicted for the original trlall.HownewWattWtse .

before November but said -Albert Young will be operating a
hmerock would at least improve the vacuum cleaner repair shop on three
road: acres located north of SR-233 on
l rk'ewood subdivision, two miles US-301. Living homes
west of Starke on SR-i, came up for -Robert E. Gahagan gained rezonIng -
discussion! again. Land surveyor Mer for two acres west of Starke on
rill- McMillan who was asked to SK-100 to build a Seventh Day Adventist

review the street and drainage plans, Church and private school. Save to 250/0
said; he would not recommend acceptance Gahagan said the 24-member con- up on electricity..
of the roads and drainage plan gregation presently meets in a small
as presently outlined. McMillan said building on SR230A. The school will
the'IB.inch drainage pipes were not include grades one through eight. ,
adequate for the area which he said --Joe J. Fields got approval for
wiiuld'need at least 36-inch pipes opening a prayer chapel on SR-100 P I
"'Developer,ArchiThomasxJr.! is not about one mile south of Starke'. '- ..
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pNnKlhlJ to submit an official plat of -Louis E Bell gained rmks onfoW'hrblh'Me41eI''gte'fhde roe xl d ;
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mediately, but had requested review on two acres at the north end of.
so that the roads would be acceptableif Edwards Loop.
he does ask the county to take over The commission heard a report
maintenance. from the Division of Forestry concer-
The board also learned that the ning care of railroad right-of-way
developer received an unexpected expense land The county backed the forestry 1
because someone jump-started recommendation that the railroad 1
a ..bUlldozer at the site and droveacross burn the weeds along the rightofwayafter
the paved streets. the division plows the land, .
Sheriff Dolph Reddish said no Forester Mark Fries was introduced
Insulation.
suspects had been arrested yet. There to the commissioners. He began ._. ..
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doing the work. He told deputies a way Commissioner Shuford said that ., .oI..l'l.l' l. hI', ', .
dozier was left at the site during the the fuel shortage would mean less CEILING P.. '- .' '1

uorfc-:The damage to about three ten mowing and grading of county roadways ', I INSULATION' wt T .tia +,: .
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discovered at 7 a.m. on June 25. tion would mean about 25 percent less \ r; I
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In other discussion the commission roadwork. I I home? !Proper insulation, for one thing.: It'i a big '
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heard. suggestions from McMillan JI t; ', factor in conserving: ,. : 'M
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lie said the one-stop procedure allows INlaalt.tail I \ !ooI..1 .' I rti4r'; ; home, you dun want that heat to get.away; '" <*. t ''i iiI!' r : 1'
builders to know what Is expected of M.ukc. Florida. ::1tI'l: | : That why you'll finJ Watt-Wise ..
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your
themtlthout a lot of traveling from ,
department to department M'. .mill (.l.i.s pu.tuW| .' (paid '. ;"r. I'll home well insulated. -: :;

lie !suggested that Bradford County .il M.Hkr.. I' li.iiil.i.Vihst '! .r I, Must experts estimate that ;.1 pruperlyit :tiLttal s.
compile such a code so that I'c .
misunderstandings would be reduced. : .i.i|>li..n Hale: :" home can. substantially: cut hearing and cooling/: !<;, I :

Zoning director L.l\I. Games who is hi trillion\ I"<>a: tit!'per| .'011 Because u(this, there an nxt mi mended srandard-i' l tuff". ,
coordinating: the subdivision review \IMISI: ..months ? ,,,4; the insulation used ,
information said a meeting should be : in all are.H: of new WattWise0"1homes. :

set up so that McMillan could give UIII..I.h.lr..III..1I. :110 ,, r II' C They're based I on R (I'C1oi..rance'alu'S.) And! 1

more detailed Information for con ,,,-I-\"-.11'. $%.So.i>niiiiitliH. I .', the higher the R-Value. the the '
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Fi3E ROPER SPACE For walls. It ranges from Ro to R-l II I I. depending on '.' ,j

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I ;i We already new Il It's tough to bargain with a rotten tomato.., -- s 'I
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; The value of a dollar is shrinking. Profits of doom mulled the effects of the
economic slowdown while truckers continued

And now the government will allows us ole to ask for more cash to cover the soaring costs

common folks to figure out that it's worth about of fuel.

a quarter of what it was worth.
So, everything hauled will cost more. $COIN AVAILABLE U.s.Mint has lightly larger than a quarter as
A quarter bought a gallon of gas not long ago begun distribution of a new coin to hewn by Florida Bank President
I, and now a coin about the same size buys a Therefore, most things purchased will. cost. replace the Eisenhower Silver Dollar, J.E. Tomllnson. The Kennedy than the half ,
which never gained popularity dollar left) Is larger new
gallon. The new $1 coin hit the market in July. more. ,. because of IU weight and be. The dollar cola
It's just a shade larger than a 25centcoin. new Satan Anthony dollar coin U
So do we bury our dollars in the backyard or

Profits of gloom have begun rolling tales of put them in the banks. Susan B. AnthonySusan

woe because trucks aren't rolling.
And what if banks, who finance those

The nation's needs ride the highways atop 18-wheel rigs, find themselves reposseSsingthose B, Anthony was a great American who ",." '" "'" ..... .. ,' .: \
18-wheelers and sooner or later the more and enjoying profits less. devoted her life to securing the right of womento
wheels of this nation's economy will slow due to vote. Her crusade continues the heritage of bitter pill for Miss Anthony who had long worked i
the strike-stricken immobile wheels. A dollar buried in the backyard is worth more all heroic Americans who have built this coun- for anti-slavery and had believed for years
than two bucks behind closed doors, a friend of try on the belief that equality is the right of that the right to vote would be for all citizens.

The American public cries for lower gasoline mine says. every citizen, not the privilege of a few. Now in For the last half century of her life, Susan B.
prices and less dependence on foreign crude. 1979 the United States will honor Susan B. An- Anthony divided all her energies among
The far-sighted government, having foreseen thony by placing her portrait on the obverse of publicizing and recording women's demands

Amen to that. that some folks will start burying Washington the new, small-sized dollar coin. This is through the written word, lecturing throughoutthe -
among the tulip plants, has insured future prosperity especially significant in that it is the first time nation and administering and pacifying

The nation's truckers say we gotta have more by eliminating the possibility? that. that a portrait of an American woman rather those various groups emerging with slightly''

or we won't haul the food. moisture might ruin those greenbacks. than a symbolic woman, will appear on the circulating different aims and methods. On one speaking I

coinage of our nation. and organizing trip to Washington, D.C. in 1888, i
So, if the food rots in the fields, how will we Thence, the $1 coin. Born in Adams, Massachusetts in 1820, Susan journalists wrote "Spring is not heralded in

bargain with the oil producers using the motto Who says the government doesn't think of B. Anthony was well trained for her rebel role Washington by the approach of robin redbreast : '
"You lower the crude cost or we raise the food everything to take care of us? in history. She was raised in a family of but by the appearance of Miss Anthony's red

costs. ... Hicksite Quakers whose members were often shawl." This became the symbol of her dedica- .,
the backbone of liberal thought and action in tion and fight. Even as an elderly woman she
19th century America. She delivered her first; campaigned throughout the West, faced the

public speech as a fund raiser and president of rigors of the frontier and urged legislators from
FORESTRY the local chapter of the Daughters of Ohio to California to follow the lead of Wyoming:
County Agonfs By Temperance, one of the only organizationsopen and include a women's rights clause in their o'
Bobby' IN IIAIFOB9 COUNTY II to women. Though she was a delegate proposed constitutions. : "

notebook from this group, she was once refused permis-

Taylor .. Trees and shrubs planted around sion to speak at a mass meeting of the Sons of Miss Anthony never waivered in her effort to. .:.:':

Even though we should be getting and your home cooling will costs.reduce How your much heating it, Temperance.' Having been informed that the gain the vote and to record for history the many .

afternoon thundershowers from timeto reduces costa will depend on your women were there only "to listen and learn," events of the Women's Movement. And, indeed, :
time, a watering program for you the top inches of soil. If the root zone choice of plants and where you plant she walked out of the hall to become the her fight is best remembered by her publishing' '
lawn is still a very important prac- top e inches) were dry, about 1/2 them. '
organizer of the first Woman's State efforts. She spurred feminine writers to work' .
inch of water is to
tice. Irrigation is often necessary on required Trees and shrubs also reduce noise
some lawns even during the rainy thoroughly wet this area. This is more and air pollution, and make your Temperance Society in New York. Her budding unceasingly in the declaration of their ideals .
season because water loss during the than 300 gallons of water for each home more attractive and valuable., talents were soon recognized, and it was in such and those of each group.
hot summer days is so great.A 1,000 square feet of lawn.A Therefore money spent on landscapIng administrative roles that she served the causeof
practical and economical water general rule often used in this your home is a good investment.An women until her death in 1906. The few tributes and honors bestowed upon .
to 1 inch of
involves when how, and area is to apply from 1/2
ing house loses much
program unprotected
The times Miss faced Susan B. late in her life. Several .
how much water should be applied.You water one or two times per week In more heat on a cold, windy day thanon many Anthony was Anthony came '
should water your lawn when the summer. Of course all soils are not an equally cold, still day. Well- with the inequality of women did not weaken large birthday celebrations in her honor were .i.
turf is under stress from lack of the same, so you will have to adjustthe located trees and shrubs can intercept her resolve. she often voiced labor's cause and held in the nation's Capital. In 1906 United
water The following are hints of amount of water to apply to your the wind and cut your heat publicized news of strikes and the of States congressmen. as well as President ,
water stress in lawns particular lawn. loss. working women; yet she was denied a Theodore Roosevelt, sent messages. I
If you notice spots in the lawn which Water should never be applied at a Studies of windbreaks show that
first turn a bluish-gray color and then rate faster than it can be absorbed by they can reduce winter fuel delegate's seat at the 1869 Convention of the National After the presidential compliment was read [
turn brown water is needed. the soil. If the sprinkler applies too lion by 10 to 30 percent. One consump study' Labor Union Perhaps her most trying to the audience Miss Anthony rose and exclaimed I
If footprints remain in the grass much water, it only runs-off and is be- showed that an exposed, electrically'' moment came when her life-long family friend "When will men do something besides "

long after walked upon water Is needed ing watted This seldom happens with heated home used 443 kilowatt hours}', Frederlckpouglass,4follow) male anti- extend congratulations: I would rather have : "
I If the plant Is full of water, it will small sprinklers unless the, turf.is,. in one month to maintain an inside
be resilient and withstand foot traffic. ; very thick or the soil kompactedi ,temperature of-70 degrees P An-iral 'wa''ui c;\CofhCUdib1866. postwar President Roosevelt say,lone word,to.CpngresSn, ,III u;>,i ,
If a soil sapplg > .taken in,the root._ 'Avoidf! xtremes In water.UglH.TreTquent ; f,identical house sheltered by a windbreak i\1. igJ ts' announcedthat favor"of amending the Constitution give, II.+ ?!<
zone and it feels 'very* dry and waterings are'lnefficient nd' used only 270 kilowatt hours+ the women must wait and be patient. "Thisis women the suffrage than to praise me endlessly .
crumbles, additional water Is needed produce shallow roots systems Excessive The difference in '
average energy requirements the Negro's hour Such a statement was aVlore. I"! : .
In prolonged dry periods of high irrigation which keeps the for the whole winter was ,
temperatures and strong winds all of root zone saturated with water is also 34 percent. The height and density of
the preceding symptoms may be harmful to the grass. Roots need air trees determine the amount of protection -
seen. During these periods, plants to function and too much water kills they will provide. Windbreaks of' ... School BoardReJuaea Community Education Directorttrntn :')(,
may lose water faster than it is absorbed or greatly decreases root growth. two to five rows of trees provide the .' I
and will wilt. Time to water is also important best protection although low. bran. paRe' 11 '., ;
With a little experience, you can tell During dry periods, it may be ching decidious trees can significant. "He's basically going to be doing "$7-8,000 on'one program and Another pause.., .
when it is time to water Watering in necessary to water during the heat of ly reduce Windbreaks will the same things other people have $7-8,000 on another; Casey said, "
this manner is called an "as needed" the day. Water will cool the grass and reduce winds for a distance of been doing," Gaskins said. referring to the Community Instruction "We're missing a 13.000 boat here.
program. This is perhaps the most prevent damage. However, when about 10 times the height of the trees.A "That right," Casey said. "That's Services program and the Com- really, if we completely drop the
economical way to water,. but you daytime watering Is not possible, windbreak 30 feet high protects an about right. Yes Sir. munity Education program. assistant principal Parrish said. ::,.'a
must water when needed and not at a water whenever convenient Late area extending as far as 300 feet "... with, as assistant principal with Casey said he applied back in 72.73 "Do we really have a need for lhtsin
later time. Delay will cause permanent afternoon or early morning water downwind. Maximum protection Is another title with another $600," for the community education funds, this community?" asked Chairman
damage to the lawn! which keeps the grass wet for many provided within a distance of five Gaskins said. got$6,000 approved but nothing came Vernon Parmenter.
The amount of water to apply at any hours lunger than normal can be times the height of the trees. of it. "The laws of the State of Florida...
one time varies with how much wateris detrimental Extended wet periods Trees and shrubs control solar "' Silence... a pause, "What was the problem?" Gaskins. pretty well feel every county should
present to begin with the water- encourages diseases so water early radiation by shading people and asked "I can understand J.T.'s viewpoint offer this. I think we have a need or I
holding capacity of the soil and enough in the afternoon so that the buildings from the direct rays of the "I don't have a real hang up on the to help our people. Now you're would not have .recommended It."
drainage The idea is to wet the entire grass will dry out several hours sun During winter deciduous trees $600," Casey said. "I used the title, saying we got"the money. and you Supt Casey said
rout zone but not saturate the soil. before nightfall or late enough in the and shrubs shed their leaves and let and when I used the title I wasn't even turned it back
Most t of our soils are sandy and hold morning so that the grass has had the sun's rays help warm the house. thinking of dollars on the thing." "I went out of office I don't know
about 1/2 inch of available water in time to dry before being Irrigated. Oak:. and other trees with full crownsare "I have another hang up," Gaskins what happened .We wrote the program At that point Chairman parmenler1
best for summer shading Their said. "As we all know we don't have and it never got off the ground.In said he will appoint a
other words, no one ever assumedany vestigate complaints that
high branches permit visibility any coordinator of community education
greater
I Ines Davis New BCT ReporterThe ,and do not block the flow of cooling unless this board votes it." of those responsibilities," Casey relayed to him about the Vo-tech
summer breezes "That's right." Casey said. explained. center saying he has heard classesare J
Trees provide maximum shade "And then 10 minutes from now or being taught with less than the required
new fate at The Bradford County American community in San Jose when planted in groups beside your IS minutes from now, you're going to Educating children is the primary number of students. (Note!" "
Telegraph belongs to Ines Maria (it's a good thing-Ms Davis isn't State school law does not set a
hpuse However a roof need not be fill,, that position Gaskins said. responsibility of the Bradford school t'
I DavIs. a June graduate from the College fluent in Spanish.. She said that's one totally shaded to achieve excellent ; "Nobody will have an opportunity,except system, Mrs. Spengler said. "This is minimum number of students for'!: 3fl jj
I of Journalism and Communications of her goals though) results. the man he's already contacted more community oriented. If this which a class may be offered. Some .1.
at the University of Florida ,.. -...w.'T A study In Alabama showed that y ... which I, you know I think .program was for children... yes." vocational classes earn enough '.
Ms. Davis was born in Germanyand conditioning costs could be reduced he's a good man. "Anyone want to move...?" the money per pupil that a class can be
adopted by Frieda M. and Raymond effectively, as long as a roof "No one here will get an opportunity chairman asked. stunts with only five or six. ])
K: Davis Her mother is I -fe
"very averaged' 20 percent or more shade to fill this Job. because the job Isn't Let me get something in my '
German.; and her father is a Georgia the entire day. available yet. It's going to be created mind:" said board member J.R. "All too often we sit here as a board ;T-
Cracker An "Air Forte brat I:' she Another study showed that an 8 and filled within IS minutes."Gaskins (Jim) Lawson, asking for the action and vote on things! at the Vo-tech ...-
I has lived in California Michigan degrees'" difference between shadedand added. the school board was being asked to center without fully looking Into
Canada (Goose Ua,'. Labrador). unshaded wall surfaces was "If the board doesn't wish to go this take them" Parmenter said 'A :,
I Missouri North Carolina, Maine andFlorida. equivalent to a 30 percent increase in route we'll go ahead with the assistant "It's a change from an assistant "U there are complaints, do exactly l \
I insulating value for the shaded wall, principal route." Casey said. principal to any title is what we're what your say.. ." Gaskins told**** '
Her parents live on Lake Georgia in Temperature differences larger than "That would be my. druthers. ," Mrs. Parmenter, _
Maitland. Kla. Her father is an accountant 8 degrees (', between shaded and un Spengler said. VI intend to." Parmenter said. Iu3ta
with the Orlando housing shaded building surfaces are common Very glad to do it. I think. Mr. "You're got to develop a program." It Is board policy-that complainfsshould '''''It." ;
Authority. and her mother works at y; hrrb. For specific information on Chairman this will be strictly Business Manager Eddie Douglas interjected be put in writing to 'lhe'.iI .
the Naval l Base ExchangeMs a trees and shrubs that will grow in whether or not any motion will be superintendent Casey said, "I hopescaryou'd
Davis attended Florida Bradford County, just stop by the made regarding this.." Casey said, Smith did "a great job in Flagler follow board policy on this, so at
Technological University mow Central Agriculture Building next to the County." Casey added. least I'd have knowledge of what complaints -
(Florida l University in Orlando Fairgrounds on US-:IOl north and ask "Uh. let me ask a question here .Pregnant Pause. are being made," the
and the University of Florida in for the County Forester I will be gladto before we knock this thing plum out. "At some time... I'm not trying to superintendent said. .
I Gainesville She majored in journalism "t ... -. offer any assistance. What's going 10 happen 10 this$67.000II sell the program... At some time A committee to make an efficiency: :'
j with a minor in sociology we go with the assistant principal!" these programs will be drawing study will be named. Parmenter add- ,0 :;
Her first taste of the weekly IneiiDavIx asked board member J.T. Parrish."It'll FTE." said board member J.T.. Par ed. .'
newspaper business came when she "I really enjoyed working on a go to Alachua CountSupt.; risk '
worked for The Tico Times in San weekly I and decided that that was AnnuaIJ.R'O'T'C' ,.. Casey said. / : "If we have a man down there doing' "'J move we go along with the assistant "
I Jose. Costa Rica The Times is an what I wanted toe do when I .. rWait a minute "011..-. Let's t back up a job. be he an assistant principal or principal and give this studv."
EnghshoJlpt'aking for the graduated" she said: Ms Davis and look at this thing. Parrish ad- coordinator or supervisor, or board member Jimmy Lawson said .
would like to manage a small paper Picnic Held monished. anything else., If we can get some "We have on assistant principal."
3 Court Trials some day.Literature. "We're cutting ourselves out of.." help Dropping the assistant prin- Gaskim pointed out adding the board
photograph, sewing Swimming baseball and a cookout Casey began. cipalship I if we can get 90 percent of could just pass the Issue. Lawson ,
"We're cutting ourselves out of his sal '. then I it. agreed and the board by consensus,
and loafing fill up her spare I lime, She was the schedule of events for the an- > say get Parrish
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Set for July 16 loves to travel, and has been to nual J,R,O,T.C. years end picnic I 78.000 here... parrish" said. added. passed.. the issue. .
Europe and Central America and in sponsored by the parents of the staff. "No:< about $26.0uo. Casey said. "Thaf right. That's exactly the "I"disagree. but don't let me stop
Judge Ogee Fagan set three trials the past three years has lived In Also honored was the first graduation 0 j'Juat a salary" Parrish put. In. way I'm looking at It," Lawson said you. said Parrish, the lone dissenter :
for circuit court in Bradford Count Houston. Tx and Albuquerque :i.\1.< : class of the O.C.S. conducted at the ,: >/d .' "
for the third week in July. Smiling she said a subscription to home of the Bradford High.R.O.TC. "."
Jury selection I 115 scheduled for Mon., National Geographic magazine was Fun was had b>' all and a special note %R% / ; i: BRADFORD g' ; 'j. !f .
day morning with trials to open Tues one of the best gifts she's ever received was that the girl cadets could out-bat 1 ,> INE ,. ."" O UkT... w ;' ,
da,'. July 17. because she can travel via the :National < .,the bojs! Let's hope to see all the : 4 S Ct \ ;
Roosevelt Carroll. 22. of Hampton Geographic articles cadets next year at Goldhead Branch ; : ,. .. (it 1 rtr" : : ,1.
faces a charge of aggravated battery *.1 can't wait to get my State Park \ I ..w;.. rtpr 11 .
In the knifing cf Lucian Blockt'r.Freddie Geogt phicl-thls past month it was ,,. : f.
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Monroe Stephens. 18. Is Taihill The best one was Brazil. I The cadets would like to thank Mrs :f-; B' p '' "' .If.x "
., charged with battery of a police officer was ready to go to South America Dahnke and .Mn." Jones. for a well ,, Cj BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER ;;';::' ,
and aggravated battery with a after that" she said gnnning.I I planned; day: SINCE'IIi1 '"T/ON ''*' 4. Publishers iv.J'; ;
I deadly weapon Authorities report Ma. Davis' assignments will be : I
thai Stephens hit Starke policeman general news photography and Published a dui Thursday and ntcrtd as second Class Matttr at the Post Office M harks. Ft*, under Act of ",I." w'
D.L. Ennis with a pool cue on Feb. 13. layouts for the Telegraph. She Marsh s, t47L" ;
Brett Wesley Green*ay. 19 of replaces Cal :Massey who recently left "A bore it who talks /, Subscription< rate in tro+e areni tPr Years SI Six Months. >6.T" -
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Raiford faces charges involving the Telegraph to take a news. reporting person Outside trads.s.ar it. Per Year, ssso Six Month ,r!
when wish him tolisttn. lhonilfN-130f .
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of becoming Paul Har- sld( raUon. 1 h ,
wu b Wayne WMffea, the outgoing president ? } 4 American Legion. School lat summer and In January went to
Ihonor Club lamday night served as muter of ceremoniesand 4 f A Award went to two Bradford High the Prertdenf! Classroom! natiMMl.
on members, Guy Andrews reviewed accomplishments of the School graduate. Julie Chambersand government In WHMafllen. D. C.
an Harper, In recognl- club for the past year. Mac Baldwin Nelson Green. Both Green and Chambers MM
tlo outstanding service to the I Introduced the guest speaker. Win } r \ / Also receiving awards In recognition they were surprised to receive the
community. The presen Pendleton of Wmdemere. who said 'S of their achievements during the ward. .
tation was made by Past District that Rotary which started. a small / : year were sth graders Malcolm Randall "The American Legion Youth pro-
Governor Joe P. Whittlesey of club of businessmen in .- and Kathlfcen GUllnxham.One gram and awards are ones that we'reproud <
Jacksonville,and took place at the an- Paul Harris as leader Is celebrating i of and perhaps they are the jo
nual Installation banquet at the its 75th anniversary this year and has of the highest awards given by most l Important programs the Legion ,
Starke Golf'Country Club. become an international force for better the Legion, the award recognize participates In,' says Post 56 Commander "
Whittlesey also Installed the new offleers fellowship and understanding between achievements In scholarship are for Otto Siemer
and directors for the 1979-80 nations. He commended the citizenship and service. The awards .', ".
yearS Pat Farnsworth president; local club for Its annual contribution were presented June 9 at the BHS "',ftit' '; s
ElzhgSanders, president-elect; Bill of $2,000 to the Rotary Foundation to awards program. :. '
Maps ese, secretary;, Gerald D. further the fellowship and scholarship Miss (Chambers daughter of Mr. t
Mofwn. treasurer and Dolph Red programs. and Mrs. Bill Chambers was battalion '.I p"I'
dlslsergeant: -at-arms. The newly commander In her Junior ; )'

eletfttw directors are: Tom Casey .... T -f! ....JI_ '1"1 IV' -, I- T- ... ROTC group at BUS this past
Haifa Hatcher, SL. AI Carli She also sent .
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Benton Futch. Pat Farnsworth, center, new president of the Starke Rotary Club, congratulates
throughout high school and plans to
der to create a Paul Harris Guy Andrew, left. and Rev. George Harper on their being mad.Paul"a",11 enter Santa Fe Community College In
sleld Fellows the annual Installation' last Friday night S
a Rotary Club must con YOUTH during banquet Gainesville,this September to study
$1,000 to the Rotary (Founda criminology. Miss Chambers said she ., :
I tion in the name of the member to be hope to continue her studies at the
honored. The Foundation then uses ACTIVITIESThe Vision Series Set University of Florida in law or t 1I t .I
these; funds for the awarding ofscholarships criminology.Nelson<< I +1
for study In foreign Methodist Youth Groups had Green son of Mr, and Mrs. { ...1
I countries, and also for group snack supper at the church last Sun- Preschoolers can learn about their Harry Green will be attending St. I,
fellowships for bringing groups of day evening. The supper was furnished watching CAPTAIN tx Johns River Community College on a ,,
I forelgp{ business and professional by Mrs. Ruth Johns and Mrs.Whit KANGAROO the week of,July 2-6 on scholarship. He will be a member of i.
I men to this country to study methods tie. Channel, WJXTTV.A the debate team there. :i <
and practices used here as well as Following the supper the younger five-part series on vision will be Green,an honor student was president .c \
I sending groups from the U.S. to youth group went to the home of Mrs. aired as one segment of a new educational of the National Honor Society, '
foreign lands for the same purpose; Jackie Johns and had their lesson. approach combining television member of the Science Club and percussionist \
Two nominees by the' Slarke club The older youth group enjoyed an with in-the-home working-along In the BUS band. T \
have Already been awarded scholarships evening of swimming as guests of Dr. materials to Involve preschool Green who Into politics
I and a third is now under conJirhmy and Mrs. J.E. Denmark. children in the development of learn went to the Boys State Tallahassee Julie Chambers"
I A confirmation class was started readiness skill The concept has
I I last Sunday evening with six been recommended by the National St. Edwards Church Halt !
members enrolling in the class. The Education Association.
Brownlee classes will be held each Sunday In Starke the Auxiliary to the J
I 29th from 7:30 Florida Association Is i BINGOEvery I
r*r\v ., evening through July Optometric
Awards r c. p.m. until 8:00 p.m. 'Anyone Interested helping to distribute the work-along
Recipient in enrolling should attend materials called. PICTUREPAGES Saturday 8:00: P.M.
,StiJimmy'Brownlee" .". class next Sunday evening.. booklets. Nelson Green 411 N, Tem le Ave Starke. Fla 11
a Music Educa The New Smyrna Retreat has been
lion major at Jacksonville University set for July 13. .4 and 15th. All youthin
was the recipient of three awardsat the older youth group than plan on II IIII
a recent convocation of the College attending should contact Oleeta \\NE\V
of Fine Arts at J.U. Hardenbrook as soon as possible for \LOWPMCESn spAnxuxs<
One award was for his work in the details and to pick up an application. \ II
organizing and directing the school's e >p11P'N' OaK
Pep Band, this past year. This band Is The older youth group will meet at 1I ioi1 tri
a very active organization, playing the church next Saturday. July 7th at ". ,
for many'school activities includingall 9 ..m, for a trip to the beach. Each July .
J.U. Basketball games at the Col- youth should bring enough money for .2.
iseum: lunch. The group will return to the

The second was the "Senior Service' church around 4 p.m. .
Award in Band." This encompassesall ,. ,Don Denton
the J.U. Bands -, Symphonic u;' Youth,Director II It I II
Stage Pep and Jazz.
The third award was a grant, one of I
three Jimmy has received. Two Starke PersonalsPhilip ': :
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previous ones were for his performing

in the J.U. Orchestra a highly competitive Brown has returned to ., I

latent and organization.a great amount, which requires of time, Sacramento.Calif after spending two J JA JAANNTII ". ..
weeks with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
studing and rehearsals and performances
R.L. Brown. Jr. Philip will be resuming I
The last award was for his
his studies at North California I aWE I'
work 'and contribution to the I II It
In Sacramento. I
Dolphinaires. a vocal group and five College _I :1 ,
/instrumentalists, including Jimmy
Kenneth D Chilly and David L. ) I(
which
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Life'Insa : HAVE THEM(' rd
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Jacksonville; but onHieii1 many \ t .r er ... ., ...
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the upcoming season and will furtherhis recognized at the annual meeting L1I" LEVrS FOR MEN! r k
which is known as Torch Club. Torch .1
studies at J.U, PI CRAM
Club qualification is based on sales RAND CNARI N, OAL GJULL '
I Is and and service to pollcyowners.o OU*)DISCOUNT T 990 1Q3 1 'i
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At present, Jimmy PMCCWA* O.Q9 ce wA 1.97 j
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at the College of Fine Arts Summer 5.66 1.67 sea* SHOULCBUS h M .. ....... bringing 1 you ....,., ,y 11E .
Camp which opened June 18th for -f|:# Card Of Thanks LOTION SHAMPOO r OZ varolNrty low and prtoat fOOIIIlooII.Soo _. a N..smY IN. Il i 7Owgww
ftogood S.4.4 wobbHw owl' Your onofeol Inoutelod. ha WAa LIMIT .
high school students and adults. He (Jug *. "? 990 web elNIgItI ad s..d l tIpa. It/
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New River Fire Station wish to take /.
BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST this opportunity to express their appreciation ;1.49 11I I
for all the support they 0 0. ti nTC
DESIGNS BrPROFESSIONALS have obtained In raising funds I
They are now in the process of .}
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,; ; Wed June 15 in Evergreen Baptist Church ,." ShOWOCHon0ree ,: ::..

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Miss Evelyn Sue Duncan, daughterof a miniature carnation surrounded by the bride and groom, the bride' whose marriage to Eugene Anderson-j,,,.
V kr" Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan of baby's breath and each carried a bouquet parents, the groom's mother the of Starke will be an event of July B;:
Lawtey, and Rev. Alton C. Thornton of matching silk roses with long bride's grandmother and the atten- was honored at a bridal shower on. .
j ... son of Mrs. Carma Thornton and the streamers dants. June 13 at the home of the groom's
later John N. Thornton of Lawteywere The bride,given In marriage by her The bride's table was covered with mother, Mrs. Viola Anderson.
united In marriage June 15 at father, wore a long gown of silk a lace cloth with two crystal punch Hostesses were Miss Paula Anderson -
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I 7:30: p.m. in Evergreen Baptist organza and chiffon. Ruffles of chif- bowls on each end and two antique Miss Vicky Anderson and Mrs.
,I Church of Lawtey with Rev. James fon and pea d'anl.lace accented the candelabras holding four candles and Marian Bryan.
: Saunders performing the ceremonies. fitted bodice, illusion neckline and centered with bouquets of spring The refreshment table was covered!';
A Highlighting the altar was an anti- hemline. The gown was enhanced flowers with greenery. In the center with a white cloth decorated with 15,...
". que white 15 branch arch candelabra, with white daisies and tiny sequins. It was a four-tiered wedding cake trim- green and gold streamers, centered-':
also two matching stands holding arrangements had long chiffon sleeves and chapel med with tiny roses and miniature with a punch bowl and cake. .,.'. :
of spring flowers. The train. She wore a fingertip veil of Illusion white swans topped with a bride and Games were played and a door
1 piano held a lamp holding a unity candle centered with lace gathered intoa groom in front of a heart. Cutting the prize was awarded. .:/
with spring flowers surrounding Juliet cap. She carried a bouquet of cake was Mrs. Harriet Duncan, Approximately 25 guests attended- :
It. The bible table was decorated with pink carnations, yellow mums, and sister-in-law of the bride and Mrs. between the party hours. Among the ,>,,' I
white daisies and greenery. yellow and white daisies with baby's Dale Redding. At the punch bowls guests were Mrs. Harper mother nt.-.;;; I
Jimmy Hartley served as best man breath and long white streamers. were Miss Sonja Upchurch and Miss the honoree and Mrs. Anderson, ( '.
life and the ushers were Wade Kirkland Calvin Kirkland pianist and Mrs. Betty Herndon. mother of the prospective groom.

and groom.Kevin Kelly Griffis Griffis, nephews, nephew of of the the Jana Lowry Yarbrough soloists presented and Miss a programof Cheryl Cissy Passing Heaton.out rice bags was Miss ......................... .....,.;,;

groom, was oomaman. nuptial music.A Directing the wedding were Mr Friends of Mrs. Martha Moore
M U ,y ?tt Miss Dee Gasklns attended as maidof reception was held in the church and Mrs. Stewart Duncan. Green Cove Springs former Starke'I I
+ I Ytir honor and Miss Janet Duncan, Fellowship Hall. Miss Katrina Dun- Following a weeks stay at the lake resident, will regret to hear she Is In
sister of the bride was bridesmaid.They can cousin of the bride kept thebride's the couple will be residing In Lawtey serious condition: in Baptist Memorial:'
wore long gowns alike made of book at a table covered with a where the groom Is employed at Hospital. <
qiana knit with matching capeleta of hand embroidered linen cloth with a L.W.C.I. The bride will be a graduateof .:. .
peach and yellow chiffon.The maid of'honor's lace over cloth and held a small BHS class of I960 Mr.Thornton is a Mrs. E.P. Renner was a medics)' .
gown was peach and thebridesmaid's goblet of flowers. graduate of Union High School, classof patient in Bradford County Hospital
yellow. They also wore Standing In the receiving line was 1976.
t. >Rt.A last week.
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and Mrs Bob Ferguson an- of Gainesville.The l--- :w'ui..io'1'i.. ..*.'v>' "- -'-.-'>*
nounce the birth of a son, born July 3 baby has two sisters, Shana 5,
in Riverside Hospital. Grandparents and Andrea, 3.
are Mr and Mrs. V.R. Ferguson and ............
EL Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Lamar
.......... Faulkner of Starke announce the siiPt t I 1 1 I I '
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin H. Padgett birth of a son, Ricky Lamar, Jr. born ,
of Lawtey announce the birth of a June 18 in Baptist Memorial Hospital. rt... wargiw
daughter, Wendy Lynn, born June 17 Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom-
in St. Vincent's Hospital. Paternal mie HIlliard and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
grandparents are John Thomas Faulkner of Starke. Great grandparents FAIR.
Padgett and Alma Servility Padgett are Mrs Susie Hilliard of .,' ,
of Lawtey Starke and Mr. and Mrs. George ,
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.aa S S Faulkner of Lake Butler.
Mr and Mrs. Larry Crawford of Two sisters and a cousin all mar- ..
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, ried to Faulkners had babies within a ,
Larry Moses Crawford, Jr. born May two months: Heather lona Faulkner, ) ...
1 in Alachua General Hospital.Mater born April 18 to Mr. and Mrs, Joey : ..
nal grandparents are John Nichols of Faulkner; Dana Diane Faulkner,
Colorado Springs Col. and Mrs. born May 30 to Mr, and Mrs. Greg
Darlene Reedy of Fort Myers. Pater. Faulkner; Ricky Lamar Faulkner Jr. _
nal grandmother is Amelia Crawford born June 18 to Mr. and Mrs. Ricky .
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,JCathy Taylor, Charles Green Engagement Told, Green and Theodore Golunka

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jroFehing engagement and sp- Wed June 1 lOaf St. Edwards Church
marriage of their
eat Kathy Andrea to Charles St. Kdward's: Catholic Church .*. gibe carried a silk nosegay of pink carnations
tobert Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. the letting lor the marriage of Marie white daisies, yellow and d
[erbert A. Green, Sr., aU of Starke Green and Theodore A. Golunka on blue forget-me-nots and baby's +
j JUto.{ Taylor is a graduate of Brad- Sunday,June 10 at 4 p.m. with Father breath with white peek satin
.era High School and Santa Fe Community Gregory Fay performing the nuptial streamers and love knots.
College. She Is now attending The bride's parents are Mr. and A reception was held In the church
the University of Florida as a junior Mrs. Inman D. Green of Starke. The Recreation Hall. Mrs. Nancy
''In the Childhood Education Program. groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bradley cousin of the bride greeted
Mr. Green is a graduate of Brad- Thomas Golunka of Salem, Ohio. the guests at the door. Mrs. Peggy
ford High School and Central Florida U Mrs. L.J. Green, organist, Shaller kept the guest book.
Community College. He Is presently presented a program of nuptial The champagne bar held two large
employed by E.I.DuPont DeNemours music. silver platters.The .
$nd'Company. The altar was complimented with bride's table was covered with
The wedding will take place In Oc two spring arrangements of an Army-Navy cloth with blue skirt
tober. gladiolus, daisies, carnations and and centered with a three tiered wed
baby's breath In blue, pink,white and ding cake decorated with pink roses. ,
yellow Large palms and fern baskets Two spring arrangements of blue rt I Y.rT.
1jJ lrsoa7 1 e were placed at several spots and altar pink, yellow and white flowers flanked .
... candles were lighted. the cake. Two large palms were .+ 4 ,
LYI.Vy Joey Alexander, brother-in-law of placed at each end of the table. Mrs. :,,
Michelle Kimutls, Lenore Welty the bride,served as best man. Ushers Debbie Pass, cousin of the bride and
and rJulie Wise are attending Girl Kathy Taylor were Gene and Randy Pass, cousins Lola Zlpperer cut the cake. 1
Scoiif camp in Franklin, N.C. for 10 ........ of the bride. The punch table with Army-Navy
days Miss Lillian Stump is In the Northeast Debbie Alexander, sister of the Cloth over blue underlay held two
>> for two weeks attending the bride, served as matron of honor. She large silver punch bowls. An arrange
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams and reunion of the 24th 'Evacuation wore a floor length blue floral print ment of contrasting flowers was
family of Tallahassee are spending Hospital Unit at Cherry 11111 N.J. and sundress with ruffle and lace trim at centered between the bowls. Mrs.
Sunday to Thursday with their visiting points of Interest In Virginia.! top and bottom of the dress. She car- Betty Brown, aunt of the bride and d
parents,Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams ried a silk nosegay of pink carnations, Mrs. Sandy Davis presided at the r44 d1t
and Mr and Mrs. Warney Adkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams have yellow poppies,white daisies and blue punch table. .I I
had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Ben and l lavendar target-me-nota withbaby's Joyce Meng directed the wedding. -
Mr. and Mrs.W.H. Green and family Williams and family of Savannah Ga. breath. Following a wedding trip to Clear. '':: ,. _
Tallahassee Given( In marriage by her father, water Beach the will reside in
spent the first of the on Sunday and Monday and Mr. and July
,week, with his mother, Mrs. Lex Mrs Frank Williams of Crystal Lakeon the bride wore a dacron polyester Rome N.Y. after 20.
Green Sunday. gown trimmed In silk Venise lace, The bride is a 1970 graduate of '
featuring a rounded neckline with Bradford High School and 1974
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Mr..and Mrs. James Biggs and son Ross and Reed Nolin of Oak Groveare flounce over the bodice and at the graduate of Jones Business College.Mr. car ry. n dhI
of Atlantic Beach were visiting her visiting their grandparents, Mr. hemline. A banded cap covered in silk Golunka graduated from Salem '
parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Mrs. P.T. Nolin this week. Theyall Venise lace and pearls secured her Senior High School in 1966 and Is a + r .y
Stefanelli over the weekend. spent Friday and Saturday at fingertip length veil that had staff sergeant in the United States Air
Silver Springs. scalloped edges and silk Venise appli Force where he is refrigerating and
ques. She wore a locket on a long gold air conditioning technician.
chain,a wedding gift from the groom. n' _

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VR% family visited their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S.W. Hamilton In Starke and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish and
and Mrs. N.B. Rosier in Lake Butler family of Fayetteville, N.C. are spending -
on Friday and Saturday. P.D. this Reddish.Mr week. with his mother, Mrs.

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I !aymjrI Debby Harper and Eugene Anderson Speaks at BPWCIUJjh
will be united in marriage Sun 'i r :
day. Julys, at S p.m. at a garden wed / Meeting I June 28 HWilliam
ding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex ,' try' ..
Anderson with a reception following. C. "Will" Wright w...the
All friends and relatives are Invited guest speaker at the Starke Business

4f. to attend. ............ and Professional Women's. Club :
ETIIERIDGE.MOSLEY meeting last Thursday, June 28 iaifae
Chamber of Commerce Conference :
Centering the altar was an arch Room rf '. ..
Y .- candelabra flanked by two spiral can. President Faye Bowman introduced :
die trees with two baskets of mixed Mr. Wright, Administrator'. %f ;
spring flowers in yellow, green'' and Bradford Union Assoclatlon"'for) :
:I white against a background of palms. Retarded Citizens and of the SurtShiHe I .;
Mrs. David Kirkland, organist and 44 Acres Work Activity Center. 'ReV..
Mrs Gene Bass, soloist presented a Wright spoke of the services '6r-fle: } ,
program of nuptial music.Kenny Work Activities Center located:!An :
Etheridge served as best ,) SR-16, approximately four milei.wef: } t
JF man. ushers were Harvey Rhoden of Starke; of accomplishmcntSj.qnq, \
J and Chuck Mosley. Scott Mosley carried planned for or hoped for .Accomplishments -
,, the bride's bible. They were all and possibilities, of :
I, ; atttired In dark green tuxedos the future. It was a very Informative: :
I Beth Ann Starner attended as maidof t presentation of perhaps a little known :,
honor.She wore a long empire style facet of Bradford County. :>y.' >
gown of mint green sntinette with butterfly The business meeting followed and
sleeves, and round scoop the 1979-80 program calendar and
neckline trimmed in silver braid. She fund raising projects dominated.tl :
wore tiny yellow rosebuds in her hair ; agenda. c i.' .A
and carried a nosegay of spring + t' :rK { r i .
flowers in white, green and yellow. Jeanette Hamilton :
Miss Lorlssa Mosley and Miss Lynn
Davis were attendants and were
gowned similar to the honor attendant Honored Saturday :
;" except no trim on the dresses. They
f.. carried the same type nosegays --i1 Night With Supper .

';;,. ". Teressa Bassett was flower girl and .....! :
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V.i', ,.. I' ., wore a long yellow gowm trimmed in Mrs. Jeanette Hamilton v Wa1R :
: ': mint green. delightfully surprised at a birthday* :
t
+' 0'/1. I Adam Mosley was ring-bearer. He party given for her Saturday eveningt :
>,: :',<>... : .'w' carried a satin pillow with yellow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. TOM' .
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"' ,It '". '. "' I satin streamers made by the grandmother Jackson. "" (M
"h'' : of the bride. "
4' Hosts with Tom and WandaJackson
J ;t'Jt. .: ,;,'1\\.,..,:' I'' {J;; ;,R?!:.+ to Given in marriage by her father the were Gene and Millie Ostecnp :

0''", overlay of chiffon. The gown was AI and Marge Carlisle. Earl arrcp.
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"'': ":" .. scalloped around the skirt and sleeves Shirley Boone, Marty Barry and'J.vYiftI'Hamilton. '
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with a wide band of lace and long cuff- :. I'
ed sleeves of chiffon. The high A buffet supper and blrthdaY' 1.*,

Mr. and !Mrs Mark Mosley neckline was accented with round Mr. and Mrs. DesM Forman were enjoyed. ,,',',',/,
point of lace and the gown had a

Tamara Etheridge and Mark Mosley chapel train. Her Juliet cap securedher Deborah Spenglerand Desso Forman Dtv'aK-
fingertip veil of illusion. She car W.A. Stern Celebraiesoh
ried a cascade of white miniature car- .

Repeat Vows June 16 at Church of God nations toinnier and was daisies.affixed The in groom's her bouquet bou- Repeat Vows June 23 Methodist I 86th Birthday July IW.A. ,:-'n"t; .

which she later pinned on him during Miss Deborah Ellen Spengler, Her veil was gathered on a band of
Tamara Etheridge,daughter of Mr. were united in marriage Saturdayand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J.
the ceremony.The matching lace and seed pearls.The illusion (Bill) Stern was honorecLa1A-.
Mrs. Kenneth Etheridge of Juneleat8p.m.IntheChurchofGodHampton ;; maid of honor read a note of Spengler of Starke and Desso Huen was adorned with lace around "punch and cake" party on Sunday
and Mark Mosley, son of with Rev. M.E. Drake performing the thanks to their parents at the beginning Forman of Gainesville,son of Mr.and the entire edge, which hung at fingertip afternoon,July 1, on his 86th birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mosley of Starke nuptials. of the ceremony.A Mrs. Graham Forman of Crestviewwere length. She carried an, elegant given" by his daughter, Louis*""*!.
reception was held in'the church united in marriage Saturday cascade of white roses, peach Stern at their home on South Walnut
Fellowship Hall. Greeting guests at June 23 at 8 p.m. in the First UniteMethodist miniature carnations, stephanotis. street. ".'
the door were Mrs. Charles Schmitt Church with Rev. George trailing ivy and white bridal Immediate members of the family
and Ms. Gail Coleman, directors of I. Harper performing the nuptials. streamers. attended including seven great-nf( ps
the wedding. Miss Phyllis Davis kept. The foyer of the church was lightedby A reception was held in the Starke and nephews. Out-of-town guestsr 3
tease the bride's book. two gold candelabras with white Woman's Club where Mrs. H.M. Hat were Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion'j' 61s,
The hall was decorated with two burning tapers. The pews were mark- cher, Jr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams Hall Lake and Mike Stern of Ne'yr
.e.w.aror baskets of mixed spring flowers, yuc ed with summer bouquets and tapers. greeted the guests at the door. Miss Orleans, La. :",f o
ca trees and Boston fern. The wall Highlighting the choir loft was an ar Jennifer Jones, niece of the groom, ? rlt
behind the cake table had two huge ray of gold spiral candelabras and kept the bride's book.
white butterflies holding yellow ribbon gold tree candelabras containing arrangements At points of Interest throughout the Guy Sale Celebrates;;;:;:"
with the bride and groom's names of yellow and white rover reception room were arrangements of
inscribed on it. chrysanthemums, peach carnations, ,mixed summer flowers. 70th Birthday July 1 __
The bride's table was centered witha champagne daisies and greens. The bride's table was covered witha 41'---.
four tiered white wedding cake ac- Centering the chancel was a IS: chiffon cloth over peach underlayand Guy I. Sale celebrated his 70thJiijj_
cented with doves, wedding bells!) branch gold arch candelabra covered centered with a four tiered cake. thday Sunday at a birthday' dmneft V,
cheribums and yellow rosebuds and with white gladiolus,yellow and white The layers of the cake were separated given by his family at the Sale home ron
topped with a bride and groom Standing poms peach carnations and daisies. With columns with summer flowers Kingsley Lake. y?U s r, r.y fr

r CHEERUP: 1! 9& ; cake\inder!Wifflafaked""with.!huge Wedding:rw belLThew oKfivlH rOn each j hU t\side' lirns of the lot We arch'tttftxTTWoJarg jfrxifow.peacti'car'nations :;';1'Zamlh} lfJ\lf! 2 ;) Mf.J.rack'S.I4/land'"tflI V-.tQYO( l luests/ w! re .n5Bt r. AI)

branch i candelabras l with burning* : ;:"--yeJlow and white and topped by three wedding bells. of Blountstown, Mr. and i Mrs.
yellow tapers. Silver compotes held poms and daisies. Jade trees ands Flanking the cake were two silver Graham Sale, Mrs. Lota Yates and
nuts and mints. Cutting the cake were rengerla were used throughout the candelabras with arrangements of Mr. and Mrs. Thaxton Sale and sonsi\ ;;
Mrs. Betty Bennett and Charlene church. Silk garlands of liiy-of-the- peach miniature carnations, white of Valdosta, Ga. and Dr. Jean Mundy. ,?
Things Could Be A Lot Worse Cason. valley was used on the chancel rail. and champagne daisies and burning of Tallahassee. : :old
Mrs. L.J.Green organist,Mrs.Cindy
On the cake table were baby pictures tapers. A ring of the same flowers
of the bride and groom and McRae pianist and Mrs. Eddie were used around the cake and silver I'!
brass candle sticks with yellow Douglas, soloist presented a pro punch bowls. Cutting the cake were Louis Allen Mann
gram of nuptial music. Mrs. J.C. Dukes and Mrs. Bill Jones. ..-;ix)
89 Years Ago A Frantic tapers. .
Celebrates
W.D. Jones attended as best man
The punch table was centered with Centering the main food table was .
crystal and the ushers were Danny of the flowers of thebride's IDa
compotes holding tall yellow an arrangement
Szarowicz, Brent Nicholas, Mike Birthday July 1 tee>
Telegraph Editor Wrote: tapers, surrounded by an arrange- chosen colors. "
Varner and Russell
Stokes.
ment of yellow daisies and flanked on Mrs. Richard Jockel cut the
either side with two crystal punch Miss Anne Haynes served as maid groom's cake. Presiding at the two Louis Allen Mann celebrated his Jll a
bowls encircled with greenery and of honor. Bridal attendants were Miss punch tables at intervals were Mrs. first birthday Sunday afternoon, July'. :'tux>
"We Have No Courthouse No Jail No Fire yellow daisies. The punch was servedby Jennifer Jockel, Miss Janice Jockel, Bill Adams, Mrs. W.W. Winkler, Con- 1, at his home on South 100 with'his
Mrs. Jackie Chapman and Mrs. Mrs. Patti Nicholas and Mrs. Cindy nie Riherd, Kathy Beasley,Mrs.John parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mann ''9s
Protection, No Competing ailroad Janice Christmas. Hardee. They were attired alike in Miller Mrs. Doris Ann Bettls. Mrs. his grandparents.Mr. and Mrs. Erf1Itt'"oNewsome ?
melon color
The groom's cake table was empire waisted soft knit J.D. Warren and Mrs. Bill Wilson. of Starke, his sisters another ,''
Nothing But Holes In The Sidewalk. Even covered with a beige lace cloth over gowns with matching crochet blouson Also assisting in caring for the relatives and friends. ,od,
yellow and was centered with a jackets. They carried colonial guests were Mrs. J.J. Wolbert, Mrs. A fire truck cake and ice cream"
Council Pond Is A Thing Of The Past This Dry chocolate cake, topped with a nosegays miniature of white roses stephanotis, John Torode, Mrs. J.E. Hardy, Mrs. were served after' Louis opened hli,";
peach carnations, cham- "
miniature football player (inscribed Joan Chitty, Mrs. Joe Gissy, Mrs. gifts. ,
Weather. What around the edge with pagne daisies, sprengeria and yellow Frank Mitchell. Mrs. Douglas n
On Earth Will Become Of Us? "You have Just made yellow your icing lastplay" streamers. Ellen Miller, Mrs. A.J. Eaves Hardy, Mrs. ..............................,.,..&.
). The cake was flanked on one Heather Jackson served as flower Olin White, Mrs. Robert Green. Mrs.
side with a replica of a Snoopy The girl and carried a white wicker basket J.E. Denmark Mrs. Jerome Johns Randy W. Hawkins received a Doci i |
Dog football player and cheerleaderand with yellow streamers filled with Mrs. M.A. PayiMr Mrs. J.S. Blood- tor of Medicine degree from the+ )IH
You Will Feel
A.Lot Better When the other side with a ball and peach white and champagne flowers. worth, Mrs. Joyce Riherd.Mrs. Drew Hahnemann Medical College and' in
chain, billy jack and handcuffs. The The bride, given in marriage by her Reddish, Mrs. Sandra Duncan, Mrs. Hospital in Philadelphia, Pa. recently kj
You Read About The Daring Deeds cake was served by Miss Connie father, wore a gown of white silk R.S. Mullins and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Dr. Hawkins, a resident of: ,wi
Davis. organza with a chapel length train. Philadelphia, and son of Elouise and> ."n.
The scoop neckline and bodice were Jr.Stephanie Herbert Hawkins of Starke will come:;-fi s.
I Following a wedding trip& to Sir and Kim Dukes,nieces of
Of Long Ago In The Augustine the couple is residing on adorned with re-embroidered lace the bride gave out white satin rose plete an Internal Medicine residencyuca,
SR-16E. and seed pearls. Crystal pleating buds filled with rice. They wore long at Graduate Hospital In Philadelphia <
made up the lower portion of the skirt ., ,, ,
The couple are both 1979 graduates'of cotton dresses with cream color top
Bradford High School. which featured matching lace around and pink and grey skirt with wide ruffle "
CENTENNIAL ISSUE is the entire hem. The long sheer and USED T.V.sl i
Mr.
Mosley employed at Owen a triangular scarf around their ;
i t Joist Steel Co. sleeves formed a cuff gathered at the necks.
; Of wrist which featured a band of lace. Following a wedding trip to South Black & White52900&U ; ..
The Telegraph Florida the couple is residing in U
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SPECIAL ELECTION deecriPlionAEtwidbonde to Elizabeth Walker ., .
The City Council of the of the property. and the bolng contained In theM Phone 846883Mrs. (.ea p iw keep the banner at
and
City Hampton.Florida names In which It was second Monday In Msellt i these v......... City 10 ..m. Lovefeaat service:':Iiam.
voted to hold O Special assessed ore at follows theAlo/hidday. wMtTJ hi ; i '..' ,' < We pray that everyone will enjoy a
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/ of JM _1 ....: Tttro Hall MIs
- thoadoption aOispelAMLb 'VeurUi /ijy"ceMbnttam.
.Idy ott regarding Certificate No. 117 1979. Mr and Mra. Stephen Greater "rcM safe *ad ltn Nlsd' of
of o now Year of Issuance 1977 Doted ...\ i of Rivera Beach, Fla. Mr. The Sunday school c n.ettU.n wtfie God cam about you;
Charter by the City of Description of thl. H"h day of tV d why not and Him
Property Mau. 1979OHKHTS. lit tho taaneesby _,I. Anderson HoUand from held In Alachua. July .... Dttgr* care serve
Hampton Modo.THEREFORE COM AT SS COIL OF K kdendatera M' IIIortM will be sold from the MMfeen$at.p..
0 tpoctol 1/4 OF N 980. W ISOO1. BROWN Mf Hop*) tMtipd, and l Mn. Emma Evan ay MeCaUTyxmFamily

4tdIofI.wll! bo jhejdTuesday. _. ..s.t'TOI'OU1"U.r. a."t< : '.. .. .....__.. u4 J''fefflfei*n of hope Sound. Uta beginning at 11:30 a.m. Sunday schoolKVa.nv KtimioM
" '. July "I. 1979.Iho w 433 M', TO ELY I/W :ft lovlok M. Moody -' fwwsPopelICS4 lt, ...... and VSfPther Evans,and friend.Mr...-.. .. Morning worship lta.m. The MeCaU-Tyson celebrated! their
: : usual polling placed C* HWY 301 N' IS' i ,1t of Circuit Court at d 1ft raidimmlcl and MG. Rudolph Bright of West Plans are In the making for fourth annual reunion on BMiirday
mod. I,... Bradford County. Florida Palm Beach Joined the la having Homecoming which will be held the
.1IoII1&.1Ie end
; Iho *. E 387."" TO ) ty I published" group and Sunday, June SfrJuly 1 at th*
normal hour for voting .-0.. SIC. 7. Twp-7-S. 6/I14tchg 7/13_ In Starko. Florida. fun. second Sunday in August with home of Miriam and Albert Tyson.Sr.
in Stark for the Fourth of Members are asked to cooperate
: will bo observed which R-23. DONS AND ORDERED Visiting at Pleasant Grove.
..... 7:00: A.M. to 700: Nome ,In which assessedluono IN THI CIRCUIT COURT at St.,".. Bradford July holiday was John Givens of St. all activities. This reunion originated in Bradley,
; .P.M. All registered W. Bramlett FOR BRADFORD COUN- County. Florida tm. 18th Petersburg and his children from Mt. MerUh United Methedlst. Fla. four
years ago
voter* of the City of All of told property TV. FLORIDA day of Juno. I"' South Carolina Church. Choir rehearses eachWednegiay The 150 attending included family
F .Hampton, Florida ..r.liglbl. being In the County of CASE NO. 79-300 /sRFaon before the second Sunday and friends from aU Florida and
to voto. Bradford. Sloto of Circuit Judge Church Activities" : of each month at 7:30 p.m. Sunday Illinois over
4Reglstrotlon Books In the Florida. CITY OF HAMPTOM.FLORIDA. list 3tchg 7/S' Antloeh Missionary Baptist school only Sunday. and Texas Georgia, Pennsylvania

Supervisor of Election Unless such certificate a munklpolcorporation n.: Chwrcbt Thursday 7 p.m. prayer First Born Church of the Living' Maryland.
Office, Bradford County or certificates shall beredeemed meeting./Sunday -ChooIl0 a.m. The God i Bible study each Friday 6:30:
:Courthouse, will close according to Plaintiff. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT choir will sing at Starke Nursing p.m. Tarrying service each Friday at
'Friday, Juno 29 at S.00b 1 law the property described v. OP BRADFORD COUNTY. Home 3 p.m. The Silver Clouds will 7:30: p.m. Sunday school to a.m. More
.. .m. for this lection.. In such certificate or THE STATE OF FLORIDA FLORIDA ., .,c : of at ning worship 11:30 a.m. VPWC6 p.m
Addltllln'ormotIOlt certificates will be told et .... Defendants Civil. Action Nor 79.310In present a program songs Sunday Evening worship 7 p.m. You are In
.. *Wnd sample' ballot may to tho highest bidder at pm. vited. .
bo rocolvod from the tho courthouse door r. tho marriage of Pleasant Grove Untied Methodist
< City on ORDf TO MOW CAUSE Ml. PlBgah AME Church The men
Clerk. tho second Monday In TO THE STATE OF FLORI RUSSELL S. SEALS hue- Church Activities began Monday at 7
will
of Mt. AME Church
Hart band and LINDA SCALE ::30 with Young Adult choir rehearsal. Pisgah
hurls Virginia Month of July. 1979, DA. THROUGH THE
observe "Men's Day" on Sunday July
IRIS VIRGINIA HART. which It tho 16th day of STATE ATTORNEY FOR wife Prayer meeting is held Wednesday of
City Clerk6213tchg July 1979. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE OF ACTION each week, Bible study Thursday; 15. 1m. The theme for this"occasion
712NOTICE Dated this 24th day at CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE. TO.: RUSSEll S. SEAIE Sunday School: 10 a.m. only. Is "Men In Action for God The
May. 1979GILBERT THE SEVERAIPROPCRTY ADDRESS UNKNOWN'YOU Free Canaan True Church of God In chairman. Bro. Arthur Hill, solicitsthe
S. BROWN OWNERS TAXPAYERSAND Christ Prayer Band meeting Mon. support of the community to help
.-. OF Clerk CITIZENS OF THE ClTVX ARE NOTIFIED day 6 p.m. Tarrying service Wednesday make this "Men's Day" a great af
INTENTIONTO By: Beulah M. Moody >P HAMPTON. FLORIDA that an action fordissolution 7 p.m. Friday church service fair. Services will be held at 11 a.m.
REGISTER Clerk. of Circuit Court of INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS of marriage Sunday School 10 '.m. Morning service and 7 p.m. on July 13.Sunday .
FICTITIOUS Bradford County Florida OWNING hat boon filed and you it a.m. July ft, the Mt. Pisgah
NAME 6/21 4tchg 712NOTICE PROPERTY OH SUBJECT are required to ....... a. LJlUe Rock True Church of God In family Invites everyone to worship
TO TAXATION THEREIN ,copy of your written Unity t Is sponsoring a banquet July 14 with them. Sunday School: begins at 10 .
: Pursuant to Section AND ALL OTHERS HAVINO defenses, if any to It on at I p.m. at the Vo-Tech. All Interested a.m. under the leadership of Mrs.
: Bbl.09. Florida Stotutei.notice' OPAPPLICATION OR CLAIMING ANYRIGHT petltioner'i attorney. friends are Invited Donation Mildred Petteway superintendent.
: : It hereby given FOR TITLE OR INTEREST whose .name and ode Morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Miss Sandra Cuffee the daughter of
j: that the undersigned TAX DUD IN PROPERTY TO BE dress .. JJ. WOLBERT $10.New with the Young-Adult Choir serving. Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Cuffee Sr.. a
Church
Gory D. Brier 2904 Sec 194.16.F.S. AFFECTED BY THE ISSU JR.. P.O. Box 1086.Starhe. Bethel Baptist ) Rev. F.D. Richardson Jr..will delIverthe native of Starke and member! of the
Rehearsal for choir No. 1 will be held
NOTICE IS HEREBY Bethlehem Freewill
Baptist
Greater
Northoait Tenth Street ANCE BY SAID MUNICIPALITY Florida 32091
: Gainesville, Flo 32601. GIVEN that Vornlo P. OF BONDS HEREINAFTER .....S200 on or before Saturday at $ p.m. There will be a At sermon.3 the church will Church has just completed an
family
Odom tho holder of the business meeting for all member p.m.
doing business under the MORE PARTICULARLY august 2. 1979 and file Associate in Science Degree from
firm name of "BRIER'S fallowing certificates hat DESCRIBED.OR the original with the Saturday al 7:30 p.m. at the church., Join the AC Fellowship at Allen Daytona Beach Community CollegeIn
: GEM JEWELRY", 109 E. filed told certificate fore TO BE AFFECTED !to( Clark. ofsee court either Sunday school 10 a.m. Morning Worship Chapel AME Church. Macclennv. Daytona Beach.

Cpll, Slr_'. Starko. Flu. tan deed to be Issued ANY WAY THEREBY! before service on petitioner's 11 a.m.. Baptism immediately
32091 I. Intends loregl thereon. The certificate You and each of you attorney or 1 Immediately after morning service. Communion al
_|er sold llcllous numbers and years of Issuance are hereby required to thereafter; 5 p.m. will conclude services. Pine Level Build Church in Mexico D
name under the provisions the descriptionof appear on the 17th day otherwise a Judgment Greater BethlehemFreewill Bap<.
of aforesaid the property end the of Jury, 1979 at 8 30 A.M. will bo. 'entered for the list Churchs Tiny tot rehearsal each' Thirty members of the Pine Level group also attended services that
names In which It was before the Circuit Courtof relief demanded In the Senior Choir rehearsal I
statute. Monday ':30. Baptist Church have returned after were conducted In Spanish In Tunal.
Gary D. Brier owner. assessed are at follow.: Bradford' County, petition." Monday 8 p.m. Each Tuesday prayer spending days In Mexico. Arteaga and Sail 1110.
Dated !this 28th day el Certificate No. B2 Florida, at the Courthouse WITNESS my hand and meeting at 7:30: p.m. Thursday story' While there they constructed a Those making the Trip| lo Mexico In.
June A.D. {979, ..tStark. Year of Issuance of 1977 In Starko, Florida. the tool I of .hlp| Court on hour at 7:30 p.m. Friday the Senior church building 24 x 60 In the village eluded Rev and Mrs Alvarez. Greg.!

.. FL. LOTS Description 8&9 OF ILK Property 8 IN: and thaw cause why thopt'oy.r Juno 25. 1979. Choir will sell dinners from thiktichen. 'i of Huichichil. The money for the Derek and Stefanle Alvarez: Mr. and
of the At Clerk of the Court
6,28 4tchg 7/19NOTICI l.T. COS ADD BEING Complaintfiled entitled Friday the Junior Usher i building over $2.000. was raised by'.the Mrs. Don llallgren: Mr. and Mrs.
In the above Iy Virginia F. Darby .
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.. MACl LOT$. Sac 3*. ..proceedings'should" -. As Deputy Clerk wllJ.1IHMJt. at 6.30: p.m.Saturday din members of Pine Level. Georrfe Kennan. Paula Kennan:
Twp-6-S, R-22. not be granted and the 6/2B 4tchg 7/19 ners will be sold from the kitchen, Robert Gockley Penny Gockley Mr.
OPAPPLICATION Nome In which assessed bonds therein described Saturday the Little Church will! While there the group stayed at the and Mrs Charles Williamson. Kevin
,. FOR A.C. Carter and tho proceedings rehearse at 5 p.m. Sunday School: 8:3: (1 Rancho La Paloma (Ranch of the and Michael Williamson: Mrs Jean
TAX DEED All of said property authorising tho Issuance a.m. Morning Worship a.m. Th 1 Dove), a youth camp under the dlrec" Gonzalez; Mrs. Shirley Moore: Mm.
lec. 1.,4.".'.1. being In the County of thereof validated end Women Home Mission will be lo> tion of Marty Starling missionary to Dorothy Jones. Lisa and Trioh Jones:
Bradford Slate of confirmed told bond Watch for charge at the 6 p.m. service. Mexico from Pine Level Baptist Stacy Mosley: Mr. and Mrs Larry
NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida. consisting of not exceeding The Church of Prophecy 1114 Oaf' Church. Youngblood, Wayne and Tracy
GIVEN, that V.rnl. 1'. Unless such certificateor $91.300 principal Street; Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn. Activities that were enjoyed by the Youngblood: Mr. and Mrs. Craig
Odom tho holder of the certificates' shall bo amount of Water Revenue News of The.Centennial Inc Worship 11:30 a.m. Evening Wor. group Included mountain climbing. Padgett: Bruce Scott; and Guy
following. certificates hat redeemed according to Bonds, maturing fn ship 6:30 p.m. You are invited.Mt. hiking shopping visiting Mexican Stalnaker.
filed: told certificates for 1 law tho property described 1982 through 2019 "-. Zion AME Church Choi r villages, a tour of a silver factory and A slide presentation of the buildingand
a tax deed to bo Issued In such certificate or Ing Interest at not- exceeding rehearses each Tuesday at 8 p.m. a serape factory and a visit to the other activities will be presented
thereon. The certificate( certificates will bo told tho legal rate before the second Sunday Sunday;,' waterfalls outside of $alt Uo. The in the Sunday evening service.July 8.
bidder at ... .
numbers and years of Issuaneo. .. to the. highest pec._..-poyoblo awnuolly. -: ---- ---- -- -- -
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I Church St. ,;,:t.
I. Two Story Brick Colonl.lCountry '''HUM IIW11 '
.,' acre ISOO on aero Griff leap Owner Fin
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| Club 4 BR.3 bath 964-5065 II I/I acre 4..2. CHA Brownlea ....

10 Acres up BayltssI '. MH an 1 Aero furnished SR 100w
I Highway rolling Improved ".....'....77.. 9 furnished, apartments on 301. S70.000.
I pasture, terms. 2305 N., Temple Ave., StarkeFHA S93: N.Temple Avenue 301 20V frontage a largo CB homo.Klngtley .
14 BR concrete block with L.... Remblln', old' house Lot SOT 820
twlmmmg pool on 1 V4 acre I VA FINANCING AVAILABLERESIDENTIAL (3200( down and assumelstla Income producing property I Urge home Medlsen A

I lot on Morgan Rood .. VA M.g an 4 BR Sloth WANTED I 1 smell kerne Park Piece toned Commercial S22.SOO.
|FHA approved. 3BR. 2 ond 6 Acrot. Dell hwse-West Adklns-S9OOO.Owner fin.

I bath block In town 75' ISO1 lot with 2 BR. I B frame $7900.00, good terms. Gn1u 120 acres hi and ratlin' fenced B cressfenced i
12 BR. one bath block NIW I.B*. Both I HoH. owner financed SI SB.POO.SU90Beeutlfuf .:
Christian. Street large lot. 28ft.I I.. LR. OR Kit.FR with I BR rental and large Con.Blk lle".. Dishwasher, Any i One InterestedIn l.illini1(;. t'rtlrnon' .21 building' lot Betsent Rd. '
|-6 acres ft 4BR-Hompton- workshop. Nice lot In good I location Fireplace. Payments A Sale "!:.\t.TUK 'iiij 4 2 story colonial ...t. house I rotta.e-W.inut St. Furn..
Paved rood. 3BR, IB frame with nice lot. $9500.00Mr Js/.CO with 20 portentown. Prlntma" Up 3 tteret-Heart of Starko-ta 1_...
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26 acres waterfront- Payment M2.BO. Brochure ,:That Would 7<>;f.:.1HIM IQIEITSICU ESTATE 1301 Searing 3BR 2B CMS A low utilities.
r dif-Termt. IB with 3 ocr... with 10 percent. .doom.1fAcj 3.2 Acres, .homo, ,trailer, huge garage, fish peed.financed. .

2 ''to 10 acresSeveralcationsTerms. ... .. .. .. .jii. 'Useful.' To Promote' STARKE AREA 964-7828 Country 11,1....
J'AItMS..CltE Ga-/ en lit I"! E, Bradford County Aa A I acre lots (us*outside city 986 N. 36 Acres SI4SO an.ocr. a fenced
ft sea Cope down S10mo. Temple S44.000 SEE 28 CHCA overused double Ig. den
M4,5 ocr.. 3BR with 4 acres, Hwy 16 West Reduced to S2S.000 I3.0M.M: par Ac. : limit S490 gap
Cad. Industrial Site For Out ...S299S. Starke Fla. 126.000 38R. IB Pratt St.. "rI...,.
Nice 6 acres with 3 SR. I B frame.
tiding lot.-in town .ft 18 ACRES. So. part of C. 112000. let 100" x 14Corner Breedwey B Cell.
ut, 3 acres with well Hampton area. SMO.OO par aero. SantoUanclng Of Area Manufacturers. 36.33 acres I34QT US 301 SPECIAL PRICE SHOUT TIME New brick big country hence, llr..'.....I acre.
Nl2x64 mobile homo on to S28.000-606 W. Modlson-lorgo 2 homa.cerner.
.. cjvallllodllf S56.SOO term story
If oterfront lot. 1 oeres-87.500.. Easy Terms. 1Ho,.. This. Brochure Would ONLY .Sampson lake lot S7.SOO.....-$......... Oekt-330' x ISO owner fin. i
S acres S3.000. Easy Terms $ 00VAFHA
Motel 1 ft Traitor Pork-one 80 Acre farm 3 M 2a '13 acrot Hwy 301 N ft Morgan .... Owner financed.Estate J
Beautiful 4 acres with :2BR .IB homo, workshop 3 tgaroga9 Be Fret Distribution .
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f tho best In town and Immaculate.: Acne,.Graham area.Bo homo, barn, out bldg. 30 approved- : 3BR: 2bath e* lake Gonova-saverel homes.
lung monay. ,To All Realtor pecan trees fenced ftcrowfenced home In 827.5001erg. rooms,fruit trees, walk everywhere,
Now booking ,for WATERFRONT l $150,000. cou"lI'y.Brick S20.000. Deluxe MH 3BR SB CILIA near town. I
Nie.e.en
|ummeri28R cottage 01Iingsley n Over 200 frontage on Black Creek ..-2.: acre with 1 IR V.....p a, 04... x.4errGRI. lovely Mere on $4). S27.SOO ft opt. Owner flffC.
Lake. frame house. .. Phono 964S476PearTlndrew ;Call John Mine 100 Acre form, well ..,IIC Commercial lots Coil St.-besl. Iocetl.n-Owa' .r fin. ,

Tired of looking? lot vs 3BR. IB.. ..Con... : ,Ilk.! house' .only.. Ijreori Lid' !'!.'.!!!"P? *- ---966n3i: .*,-. .;_' .. .' .. ft aloCk.approi' I00oeeon_ .: Brick bOdumul'home l lot located I" '.qul.t, ,an ...1...... Rambling. alder. homo plus S acre )
Build you a now homo with take, rf TOne 96..6305FOR tree, divided by paved lots ., 42 acres mslda. city Owner financed.I2M .'. (
"Touch of Class". Water aero on Crosby Lake In restricted.?,Oft.Broker owner k L.0.0all 961.7591Mary ; rood. 130000. neighborhood .- 4 .late laurel Beetle ...... \
tree. 3 BR, 2 both.Green
Hamilton 964423S pecan <
r our Model Home. tradon" Brick 4SR 2B five acre* out of city. : .1 i
at the Conn COMMERCIAL LAWTlV acres, lake Seta .. Ut 7$' 4 .. ,
fry ClublWE with remodeled offices. Equip.. "In. acrbeautlfulooktclty -- --
Large service station 4 to 26
Irome homo In city
eluded. 210 Hwy 301. I web.?- good largo Bill 1111.1 i ituclUoCennorSpry Asieel.t. 473-2 liD :
SELL THE EARTH- 218" frontage on Hwy' 301-Service Station pumps and I YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN term S3.000 per acre. perfect for apartmentsBeautiful Associate. ,.' 9646420LOOKOUT

[AND. W EVERYTHING ON IT tanks Included. Reduced: to 145.000. BRADFORD COUNTY CALL wooded lots-In "J.Ifi''i: 'lSI I
North ISO200" lot with moll can..blk.. bWg. frame .1.6 acres
tvenlngsttph Hwy' 901 3 BR on Graham area Terms:
location rood. $ )term. ," ,
f. Bryenelter Croat IU1FIWEU.YourB paved available' j :"
964420Byne Mobil. Home fork-12 acres Included: B mobile "haeep. '" -" '

I. Douglasker.Salesman Room foe expansion Homo ft Incomelarge. VA-FHA approved Brick FOR'
EATATE ,frame homo In good conditl homo In city on dead end .\
RIALTO MOBILE' HOME OR BUILDINO' LOTS !. n 9 rooms. I bo. SO
e 9646St3vl4 > ) ttreer; :3 BR 2 bath Nice'SMcNw ,
1."' aero Hwy 100 Good location Good terms. pecan trees, nice gardentpaca Centennial1-Sb'frts

] Dy.l'A..eeiet.Phee.IIJ.1223 YourB.*fH dge 3 r..o.'til.. bran. In lakeSutler ", ,
.Hampton Lot with well' S septic S3.49S. "' hornet, V extra hookup 4 BR. 2 both an 2aero I ( a{.
kl Powolf. Associate .. ': Against Inflation' ( for several) OM 6
B I .. : roam lot
Pheee 961.6143i Wo "have other lot with 1 Iow'dowe payment I easy mono :('. .. esr.. Owner financed. corner i ;i Ashtrays ",; Street,& lice <
:.. ;! .t.t," "('\!; i 4 .. > + $69.000 Broker-Owner :
thly payment* r'\j" .;} *, >. *o o a t praaertla* 2, Story Name homo in ,
,oulM.Faulknor.ReottarSuteaM.Bakke r''r, ; : .'!E:""; 'that. can bo bougM with e town on W.t'S'.
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..-teelte [ KIM Evening....SM. 'rbleat.: S vrsv.'?.,. toward Baptist :
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REALTOR'- ASSOCIATES ,O 4.e484. 24 Hrs. ; Church (follow sljns) ',:f'; mcbed Re.orN f1j.J."' ..*$'',&:a 1tf'. *'.(e'"!<' -. ,", .''r1' 'inV'V.\ .I ,

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Crlffli, i,1,|-ri;(ecllla Infante Anne Samonn.Donna Samons Joy Nugent,Sharon GRACE:BAPTIST I...
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O'Neal John Sexton Top. l-r; Mary Brown. Sherri Norman Jane Hawek.' Sherrl Haley Dawn .tti
Schoening.Coach Herman Schoening. Middle. l-rs Gale Fender,Corkle Norman Deborah Gray, Kandy COlltf'I..L
Top.|I-r: Tracy George Coach Janie Bailiff Debbie Ratliff.

RJE Class of '59 Sets



Now Reunion July 68The r


R.J.E.111gh Class of'59 will be
IIw Open sharing many memories of the good
and bad times they had while attending
"Dear Ole RJE" during the
weekend of July 6-8.

Edison Festivities will kick off Saturday
afternoon July 7. with a picnic at
Goldhead State Park followed by an
invitational disco dance Saturday
night at Kelly's Night Limit startingat ii- $ 2
Market /i 9 p,m.Sunday morning church ser-
vices at Mt Pisgah AME Church in
Starke scheduled for 11 a.m. July 8, A/+
will be observed by the class as the
final event for the weekend of ac +
On Us 301
1 Blk South Of 100 tivities.
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Starke Fla. 964-6624
Members of the R.J.E. High classof we l l"s
'59 and their guests who will have ..,.
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traveled distances as far away as 1.a.;" \
Boxed MeatAt Brooklyn. New York, Washington
D,C.and Miami are expecting a most GIANTS
gala weekend of happenings.The Bottom, i l-r; Kay Allen Gary Tyson. Jimmy Dads Bryan Stephen. Greg
\\ilkernon
Top l-rs: Coach Edward Akridge, Micole Scott. Ricky Wells Chris Thomas.
Daren (Chandler Jaion/ Bennett Assistant Coach Richard Wimpy, James
Unbelievable Johnson. '
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used in the 12th century. Thoreau
Steaks ': "

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Delmonico 5 :Box $14' :;

10 Per Box

Rib Eye 4 0:. 0r8 Oz. $1400 '
5 Lb. Box a'


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ChickensBreast '-)

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$59 !
5 Lb. Box
I Al CHOOSE FROM TNt WIDEST SEUCTION OF MAUD .--
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I NAMES AID SIZES IN UPRIGHT AND CHEST WE Oh..1 :1PJ
b? I MODELS AT A FANTASTIC SAVINCS.
Thighs 5 Lb. BOX 399 ........_ .........- .w. WIllI.. Wnegkww. S_. I J

Smoked & Fresh 5 Lb. "

Sausage BOX $849' ,( ,2DOORl '

I End Cut $ 775 RlFRi6S ATbw 'It $AVE H/ Lr77J} !

Pork Chops 5 LbS. / ,,,,,,, fdQtINTFREEZER."""*l

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't, Neck 5 Lb. $4 50 ("' : 5.1 CU. FT. $19995 14.8 CU. FT1; $29995r.

Bones '
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tt i Country Style 5 Lb. $ i 50 '

-I Ribs ,. ,J 95
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Ceuteri Gary Coleman bat boy. TWINS LAWTEYGOLD

Bottom l-r.1 John Beimet. Tom Pierce, Jeff Taylor Timmy Thornton. Kevin Bottom 4ri urn Lawts. Dewey WUO.ml, Bryan Dsws. Paul Paltenon, Nell Bottom hri! Doyle Boalwright.Wayne Brows Lamar Crews,bat l boy Rob Norman .
Johns McElhenny Dale C.IMIIa. Chris Cribbs. Brace Howard. I
..:Top, M-t Ceacfc llermaa Scboenlng, Barry Johnston Kenny Davis. Blalne Top.I*;Coach Randall Davis Drew Davis Tom WaUon.Bruce Davis Reggie Top l-r; Clinton Jenkins, Sam Norman. Coach Jack Sonlherland. Phillip
Dyal. Eric McCleaaghan Jimmy Schoenlng. Emmett Watklns. Asst CsachjMler leYen-. Dude PaUdLw, David WUUams. Justin Williams. Ctoach Lamar Crews. Carlton .10....... Coach Eddie Boalwright. Jesse Barbour, Gerald
ScIaGeDIn,. WWbi. Brown.departm@nl


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INSTEAD OF SHOPPING ALL OVER TOWN School is Enrolling



*, p ...your ltt omood! St.Marks Day School .Is currently
SHOP ALL OVER ECKER enrolling children for the coming
store. school year which begins this August,
according to Laurie Myers.
Parents are urged to enroll their
children as soon as possible as class
ti size .is limited and the school fills up
"- quickly Ms. Myers says Phone
964- 5OT or visit the school for more In-
% n44/ formation on enrollment.A .
number of changes are being
planned for the 1979-80 term Ms.
rif' Myers says. St.Marks is discontinuing -
grades 1.3 and l offered!' this term.
Instead a larger nursery and
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; : BAYER CLAIROL PEANUTS DIAL BAR There Is more need for larger
ASPIRIN DETERGENT kindergarten and nursery program.
Bottle of 100 FINAL NET' r Vacuum packed to ensurefreshness. BATH SOAP 22-oz.lIquld.Qreaae Ms. Myers says,and since the public
8\ot- S-01. 2 type S-oi.deodorant removing. .
REQ.
& .15grain schools offer will be
LIMIT 1 grades )-3 those
norvaeroaol.' LIMIT 1 REQ. 89 LIMIt 1 bar. LIMIT LIMIT 1

J' / / 00 /: the ones nursery dropped.The and. kindergarten pro
9SC129 63CJR1/ 77C/ Bard St-Marks are accredited by
/ the of Regents of the. Episcopal
Diocese of Florida.
"We will continue to offer an educational -
..., ; ___ program for our nursery and
kindergarten students" Ms. Myers
.... ARRID FLA.vOR-ICE states emphasizing the school will
" ).:.;.: DEODORANT FREEZE BARS 13-QUART' still have a teaching program Just as
4-oi.scented LIMIT 1 ...:... 1e-b.....assorted flavors. If the kindergarten students were In
No ... PLAYMATE school.
sticks no m. public
REQ. 89* LIMIT 1 a. COOLER Martha Jean Liberto,who has been
97- : director of St.Marks Day School for
ARRIO 6ge ... t 12 15-o.uart ox.canst hold."a Ice. the past three years, was married
EX M REO. $ 4.88 Q recently and will be leaving the schoolIn
June. Ms.:Myers will replace Mrs.
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GERITOL !! MEN'S a LADIES' 1099 Liberto as director.
TABLETS ,'" St.Marks is looking lor a nursery
Bottle off 00 with 14 r c BEACHCOMERTHONGS .. -=.' school tNeherW 0WI.11J.80 term. The
*', ." f .' ---- -- person must have a childhood
44g- t4'wn4 / 9 Assortedcolors.. CLOROX The school is also Interviewing .
am I for teacher aides; a high
BEQ. LIMIT 1 school diploma .Is required to be an

t :: BLEACH aide. Anyone Interested in these positions
ISOPROPYL MEN'SPLASTIC .Is asked to phone Ms. Myers at
9C 9644587.
ALCOHOL GLOVES 1 oat U
Pint size plastic..ass.

LIMIT 1 Ii 119 Protects work.whlssdoingyed' :REQ.hands 11.49 .. : BRADLEY GAS GRILL TAMPA--- First Baptist Church

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Wide view milk with
i SEA BREEZE UMBRELLAS 8 tempered plea /lens. past weekend, the 29th and
ANTISEPTIC Atsorted colors&patterns. 1298 MODEL E1700 30th of June,twenty-one young people
For theskin.' RM Compact perfect tor travel. REO. SlUg and seven adults from First Baptist
... 4'/4-oz. REQ. $3.89 9 Church, went to Tampa for the Youth
89'tPIiZl.LlMIT1 SAVE s2 O" 49 Evangelism and Missions Conference
297 sponsored by the Florida Baptist Con-
vention. There were sessions on Friday
afternoon Friday evening and
RAZOR VISUAL SCENE WOODEN D CONs Saturday morning. Program personalities .
ATRA BAKERS- included Austin Brown a
mm j%Automatic SUNGLASSES chaplain at FSP; Tierce Green,
w g **"blade adiusttngtwln raior.! and As.ortedStyles fashions. RAC K Automatic; room logger, recording artist and youth leader
LIMIT 1 Sofldh..vyw'n' wood Kiln exposed bug. from Greenville,South Carolina; and
25% OFF g'lln.flnl.". 65'Ho' 'pdap REOS2.4B David Ring, a Cerebral Palsy! Victim
long and 14'A 9 and evangelist from Kansas City. Mo.
REO. .....ee 15 There were missionaries from In-
HOUBIGANT WHAM-O donesia and youth choirs from Orlan-
A ROSE IS A ROSE'' PROFESSIONAL 3499 do and Jacksonville. Fla on the pro
gram. It was an exciting and inspiring .
FRISBEE. "
% 80-FOOT program urging the young people
39.001. value 1 Ittl 17CI Assorted Fun for the Colors.REQ. whole. family/ GARDEN HOSE to live a Christian life. On Saturday
$249 CERAMIC Dwawasdrainlac.dwtth afternoon after the conference. the
BEAN POTLAMP nylon tire cord. AH group attended an amusement park
weather t hose with I brass before returning lo Slarke Saturday i
GALAXY 3-SPEED "fittings REG. $1499 night. !

Assorted colors,mini! 8 III Those attending included: Karen !
OS. Fan lamp with, matching d ; 1qMoQet Chitty, Karen Kimbril, Michelle 1
pleated. shades Sapp Jennifer Nix, Kim Lawson, 1 1Carol
2151 REO. SII.Ge ? i iREO Hayes Pam Pratt. Tina Best
Becky Cooper. Ronnie Kelly Hal Col-
39" $3 499 799 HOME A GARDENSPRAYER ston. Curt Colston, Kevin'Johns, Cur t
tis Greene. D.J. Kid-
Bobby Epps.
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OAUxv dick. Robbie McGee. Mike Akridge.
KEYSTONE XR46CAMERA PAN STAND Refutable plastie sprsyer
UTILITY, tor indoor or outdoor u... Robbie Pierce and Ripp Pratt The ," !
AM/FM Holds 32-ounces.: adults Included: Chuck Register I
PRIX STORAGE Pratt. Burt Colston, Mary I
Margie :
1 099u."odrOp-ln.._.--A...v POCKET Vance. Claudia Williams. Travis ,1 4Kimbril i
.: RADIO CHESTS 9REO'711.3. and Bill Floyd. Miss Vance i
R.caiwuound of TV Utility or underbed and Miss Williams are Summer Missionaries I.
VHF a westher channels. style $1.4GRAN ? from Texas working with .
PO R ID108M' MODEL TVB77REQ. :* the churches ,of the New River I
.. $1799 99 ++ ;w AUTO Association through this summer. ,,/; :,
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IgEnloy eon. 499 CUSHIONSEAT ii"O,. I
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4 .posures....tyt/m.. B-e- '< ,::'' 5-PAGE PHOTO 2-QUART3-WAY One tor air piece,Now.construction No snag ii Jones and;Cox Top .j.j(1 !

Iff i 32" REO. S2.7S \
SERVING F.
DURACELL-AAA ALBUM 4-Her's At Doe Lake .:'i(} ,
frecaiweeupdnIIW PITCHER 189ALKAUNE erjq
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I. free album with Mat Store serve or strain, ,.,
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'' color film proc.estngads Darryl Jones 'of tawley was
'P"'rERIES W Thru 1110179. plaStiC constructicn 0
BJ'b '
H asDe.btepowsr e Jor. designated the Outstanding Cabin ;
REO. $1.69toys Leader at the Florida 4-H Conservation '
99' cell tor and flashlights more.Pack f ... Camp hd) at*.H Camp Doe lake

Of 2. Rot}. $1ECKCRO'4 ". WITH PHOTO pROClSgINff 97. last week. '
Brad Con ot Brooker was the
outstanding student In the Florida
Safe Hunter course offered during the

fAMOUS f HO TO OfFKB Conservation Camp according to .,
,a ; .? ./ r TWICE THE [ 1 Lowell Parrsh| ,4-K Agent and Rang. .'':'
't; '> .rva.lna..1 meuseas.wcowurd, 'GUARANTEE, fEf] JfflIDfi3) ( ECfWW]1 t' Instructor. '' ,
.nx.rot w.d.waoa, ra rMw tlefcerersmakeea i1 In addition to JoRey and Cox Doug
toaAw ANp Lv nrWr 1 '
: Green and Robbie May qualified as
+ 'f,. ". TWICC TMI rtLM 0 t KM nMM..fiMklm :J iPAYPORiT. charge H Certified Florida Bafet Hunters.Jones
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," .; -4.hv.IK_*. -"oee"-_,,-K -MoM_>.,r..UK*. N taalabad"YOUOON'T .EWIJ( (PVII1' (] Ufi3 .'also was n gnfe4 as mt Place
t s= .. AT FOR.fT. .I iI Fisherman.: Third Place Camper and
=: A } Second: PZac Conservation Story
8"31 S.; Walnut t tarke .,' -f .
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Front row left to right. Mike Whltaker. Tony Milliard. Randy Alldrldge, liROUGHTON BL'LLETS
Robert Taylor, Leroy Grlffli. Charles Milliard, manager Richard Warren
Back row, I. to r.. Coach Charles Francis. Jason olk, Robbie Boone Kevin Bottom, l-r: Tasha Livingston Carolyn Wilkeraon. Jinny Kilby Sharon Kilby.
Gnann Mike Chapped. John David Francis, and Barry Warren Debbie Broughton Sherry Cohagen.
Top, 1 l-r; Jane Saucer Sara Matronl!, Juanita Reed. Cathy I\I Alplnf'. Mary

:" Fellon.. Kathy Sweat Gall Branson. Coach Buddy Broughton.

Bottom, l-r: Jeff Johnson, Handy Parado. I.ary Saucer Andy Chaff, Clayton
:Norman Kenny DrUitl, Gerald; Prtlauay,
rip| I-n; Doug Douglas! Raymond Workman. Tommy Milliard Mike Waters.
|it-hie Fender Couth John Kaninry.!! e LAWTEYI
not piclureil: Gary Perry Stephen Lllllr. I


by Elizabeth Terry "
Phone 782-3300
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... CHURCH ACTIVITIES their son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
Grace United !Methodist: The and Mrs Frank Starling and family,
church finished their Vacation Bible of Bryceville.Mrs. .
School on Friday night. They reported : John Tye Sr., and Mr. and
an average of 55 children, one day Mrs. John Tye Jr.. and family. Mr.
their attendance was 67, Thanks to and Mrs. Tom Talley and Mr. and
the Boosters. Mrs. J.D. Talley. of Starke. entertained -
ffr(1.K at a birthday party for Christopher
PERSONALS: : Talley's 5th birthday at the home of

__ Mi LAWTEY FIRE DEPARTMENTHAS Mrs. Tye Sr.. Thursday June JHth.
PLENTY of tickets to sell. We Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell and
those who have bought Joyce spent their two weeks vacation
already, but they need to sell more so in Virginia with their children and I
they can see the completion of the grandchildren. .
Pine Level Baptist Building. Mr and Mrs. Buster Starling and
r ak Front row. I I. to r.; Greg Alvarez Timmy Jones, Frank Durrance. RichurdMilner. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crapse Sr.. daughter Tammy, and grand

: 1.lodl1en. went to Tampa, Ocala, and Silver Spr- daughter Sherry Mulberry! were
Second row, I. to r.; V.I.. Starling Lynn Broom Wayne Blankenshlp. Mark ings on Saturday and came back on Saturday overnight guests of their
4 Ir ,'Jones !Candy Gonzales Monday. The occasion was to sister Mrs Wilma Wainwright "
:: Back row I. to r,; Doug Mains, Josh Smith. Bruce Jackson Roger Jones, Jim celebrate her birthday. Louie Wainwright, of Tallahassee,
........IIWI{ r ..... L. -.( L..t my Tomlinson Timmy Saxon Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and visited his mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright ,-

family, of Jacksonville Beach, recently.Mrs. .
i NDIXNS: : brought their aunt Miss! Elizabeth B.L. Wilkison! Sr. spent a
Ui.lie.m. l-r.; David Duff.v. Jeff :Moody, Eric; Nuggrnt.:" ('h..1flrlllllll: Kevinlllinkenslii Terry home on Friday while on their week with her son and daughterinlaw. -

|), Bret IteiiK'Ml. Burns and The Line Bund way to Lochloosa Lake for a fishing Mr. and !Mrs! Hubert Wilkison.
'li'. .11.| I l-r: ('0111'" T.ll. Kfinenl, llni Mast: | Richard O'Hteen, Coach (leralillll.inkensliii Ilugliie County trip: They stopped on their way home and family of Live Oak.
| ll.iliMiil, Clinch 1"111I1IIICI'III: Jr.. Chris' Douglas.! ,'arullllulClChIN. with Mr. and Mrs Tom Tatum Jr., Mr. and Mrs Sid Starling, of Atlanta
\ssl. niicli Gary; Kentent. Perform Afternoon Concert FSPApproximately and Miss Terry. were Sunday dinner guests of their
Sunday at
Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent brother-in-law and sister. Mr and
from Tuesday until Friday with thai Mrs. !Morris Kelly: Their grandmother -
400 Inmates at the with a song from their first brother-in-law and sister. Mr. asiA Mrs. Frances Starling, ol
Union Correctional Institution heard album Lowe's Not' Around the House, Mrs. Oscar Vanzant, of Callahan. ).... .1MuQI spent the weekend with
Hughie Burns and The County Line and then swung into an old favorite- Friends of Mrs. Daisy Boch regftrf teeth.Mr.
Band Sunday afternoon In a two-hour blues song by B. B. King. The Thrill/ to learn that she will undergo surgery and \Mrs.' Casey Dobbs nl
Obituaries concert in the prison auditorium. Cone.. July 10th in St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville were Sunday dinner and
Billed as a country-western dance 'Jacksonville. Our prayers will be with supper guests of their parents.. Mr
I band Burns and his entourage played The band comes from West Palm and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs
Henry :Noegel.Sr.. KI!) John' (iodiii all types of music from country rock, Beach, where they've been playing her.Mrs.. J.W. Thomas of Live Oak Guests of !Mr. and Mrs. Randy
Mr Henry ]Noegcl. Sr. age!( 89 of to 50s rock'n'roll to the blues. They together for six years. K. D. Mack, spent Thursday with her mother Roberts! on Saturday were !Mrs
Slarke died in Clay Memorial John Godwin 78 of Rt. I Glen St. Bculah :Norman.; :Mrs.: Mane Wilson
the saxophonist, said he and Curtis Mrs. Fred Moore Sr. They visited her
I Hospital Thursday morning He was Mary died Wednesday.. June 27, in Paul bass player, were in The son Fred Jr., at Kingsley Lake in the and daughter and :Mina Rondcz. nl
born in Columbia County on June 14.IH'M :North: Florida Hl'gionalllopilal! after !Miami Mona Johns and son TI'IIIII
-, Champs back in lJ58.! The Champs afternoon. He returned to North
'! )i. !Mr Noegel was a retired baker an extended Illness! i MEMORY: : 'f.,, recorded the hit T"qum" Carolina on Sunday, Umuker.l\J.anl'nfj'mJn.; .Nor
tmg
I und had lived In Starke and Cedar Born In Baker County; Mr. Godwinwas In lov Ing memory, of I.loyd.1.: Bryan Little Heather Roberts, daughter of man. Wayne ;Norman' and family., :
Keys area all his life He was a1II1mhl'l' employed with the Division of Sr. loving husband and wonderful This was the first prison concert tor Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts was one Danny and Shern I :Norman" and Tim
ol the Church Corrections al Raiford as superintendent -
Episcopal father
,
the band. year old on Friday June 2th.!) Her Roberts) and Justin.
Survivors include 7 daughters: Mrs of construction until he retired in ONE ROSE"I "We weren't quite sure what to do grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mr. Bill Dobbs! and daughter: Christians
Shirley I'arroll. PomanoKeuch: Mrs 1'Hit'! : He was a member and u deaconof ought la /have been com mcndt'd( .,. dinner nl
because we didn t know if some of our Roberts and other relatives and ( were Sunday guests
) Dorothy Umslead. LukeOkeechnhec.: Ihe First Baptist Church in ((2 Cor. 12111) and !Mrs. I
regular jokes and routines would be friends helped her celebrate (he occasion his parents. Mr. ArUc:
:Mrs Louise: Davis orlando !Mrs Ha ford. .
: I'd rather have a single/ rose funny to the inmates or nol.) So we Dobbs -, I
"'ram'I'NTarlin.! Ft. Lauderdale: Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Presented by a'/rlerul. just!! played our music" said Mack. Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and grandson Mrs. Ada i loath, of Savannah'(fti:;:
Mrs :Mary: While. Atlantic City. :NJ" Ada Elizabeth: Tyre Godwin; three Than haw 'the choicest/ flowers Avery Green:of I Milliard, were Thurs who was a guest of her sister ',UncI-: I
) Mrs Betty Maltison. Alachua. and daughters Mrs. Evelyn Fleming of When my work on earth itolh end Jokes! or no Jokes, the inmates en- day overnight guests of her mother. brother-in-law.. : and Mrs ArlicOobbs -
:Matte Orlando Mrs. Louise Neske of
Mrs Hancock Sanford
of
: joyed the concert and afterwards, Mrs. OJ. Anders. !Mrs Jenkins returned In her home in Savannah.
sons' Billy Stanley and Gene Noegel :Sacramento.; Cuhf and Mrs! Irma A little flower a p/pu./ ulI' 11111Alld //,-. several went up to talk to the band returned home Friday and came back Ga.. on Sunday.
all of Slarke and Roswell NIIl' el. Jean Sweeny of Richmond Va. : three kind words said 'In me members and thanked them. Saturday lor her grandson.We The home of Mr. and :Mrs Glen
< >(.'.il.i.: I brother' Joe Noegel.!( Luke suns James L. Godwin of Providence. Mean more than long.drawn cufoK'Pi' "We enjoyed it and the prisoners are happy to learn (hut the Shuford was the setting lor n weddingJune
City, :( sisters: Mrs LulaJones. l.ake Johnny Ray Godwin of When life has ceased to he'That < Glen
Godwin enjoyed ,it--il was a good thing all Lav ley Dixie Youth Minor League 30th of their son Daniel
Slarke and Billy of Dunbur.
(Citv \I1I111\11""on. Gainesville and
: around. I'd like to do more concerts won first place champions of baseball Shuford und :Miss Jean Mercer. Greon
:Mrs; Huh Downing of Sarusola. 24 Vest Virginia one sister Mrs. Onie 'loving en,1k'/ received ladav.From "
: like this! Mack !said in Bradford County on Friday night.' Cove Springs. The nth'mlanlsl'rt.>
/grandchildren. :34 great grandchildren Daughenbaugh of Jacksonville: IB friends I know are true, i fjl The concert was taped and Mack: Mr. and !Mrs. Win. Wolfe and son Mrs.I :\Jil'keIuure. ; and ferry
und one great-great grandchild l'hlldl'l'n.Funl'ralll..rv grandchildren( and eight great grund- Mean more than/ team at n\ tiuttratWhon / r said they might make an album from Billy, of Cape 'oral, and Hobby Wolle :Nii-ula.; She was given in marriage hv
my work on earth t is thn>!ui>h it. Live at Raiford. and son and friend Eddie: Bruno ol her Lather :Mr John :Mercer Alva

day Funeral June' s'r\"l'I'1I:Ml al 2 w ill be held from Sal the ur- June 2I.! in the "'irslll"pIINI l'ell were held Church Friday.nlItuiford Other members of the band are Wilmington Delaware Marine Cap llogan.. u :Notary; : 'Public perloriwfl i !
p.m So thank ,
for flower ;
your lixttiy:
you ;
tain and Mrs. Darnel Martin, of Puns I the! ceremony: Those serving' '
graveside :Mtion l'I'rnl'l'I'near with Rev, Hugh Walters officiating Hughie Burns, vocals and lead guitar.
/ in Whether/ pink or white, or red; Island. SC there Darrel Jr. 1'l'1'1'I.'IohnwnlNH'n': :Mrs ..lanuShulord. <
sons
Lake Cilv with H'r'd Yerkes"Ihri.iliiw Burial followed in South Segasser.! drums and Denny Me-
G Ray
/ I would rather Have one flower ntnvion '
Mrs, Robert Md 1l'lIan.
and David and daughter. Dana .MjsDarrel :
De\\itt C Jones Funeral I Prong Cemetery in Baker County. ArCher "'" Cullough steel guitar. !McCullough. Sper'the
/ truck load
a when /'m ilcad'Nancy !
weekend with their Martin, and Mr! Joe llogunj;
: .
Home tat| :St.itke in charge of ar- Funeral Home of Lake Bull..rwaN .. J. Colt' from Nashville. Tenn.. has been with {parents, Mr.and
in !Mrs Doss lligginbnih.ini. and There were 12;)'friends and l'l'latl"pn'l'enl s *
'Mngcim-nls/ in charge of ..arrangements the band for four months.
brother-in-law/ and sister. :Mr and for the occasion. Really it Mils

Mrs Glen Shulord und :Nunc.v; ? a wedding/ l'I'rl'IIUII1und. a family
Mr and Mrs Charlie Sellerol reunion, They. \\.t'nl11 u trip to :Tennessee
Auburndalc. spent the weekend with *. :\
As e their sister. Mrs. Pierce! Crews :Mr and MrsfvFleam/ .Starling: attended
Part :Nancy; : Shuford. daughter nl Mr a gospel sing at Beulah Baptist' '
and Mrs.! Glen Shuliird. spent u few ('hurl'h..nl'ur Ke ;sine Heights: on
days: last;! week with her grand' Saturday night-s'. .
Of Our parents. Mr. und Mrs. I Doss Iliggm-. "-
hot ham and brother-in-law and sister'
.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shulord and :Nan; '
I.iiwlrv li\l) \'ollih.01.-.
cy.
Mr and :Mrs. Charlie Sellers ul Cimgrutufations. Uiwtev' Rangers
Aullurn fall''lill'nl the weekend with and Couch William. Stroud on vour
We Are Giving Away their sister. :Mrs. Pierce! Crews.Mr fantastic winning of the 1 Dixie Youth
: IIndII'I.; Kindle .MotleofMaj'lenny Minor: Championship and Law lev
-, are the proud parent ol Gold land nn yourfantastic
1'ENNI-9 : TelegraphCentennial : a daughter.' Christina Marie, horn In second-place! Inning ol the
: ,,, : : Shands hospital (.ainl'\ illl.. June I Dixie.'Youth\ :Major Championship.
: in Late is proud ol >
) your
.. 21ilh Tuesday: They brought her In to Everyone
0..V 6"ADFrHID Co"lit ::'I' il Yh i I' ',1" see the grandparent!*. \lr. and .Mrs success": : "h.Ir..phll'N. will Inpresented -
..... ..ff- ," ; {:. Frank Camp un their way: home on In the t.a\\ley teams at the
mt.{ : j. .. '".' -. Sunday annual cookoul in l..iwtey this Snlur-
rgrap1'. .:" :Mr and Mrs Bobby Roberts and dayThl'lrllphll'N will be plated In I the
: t T Shirts ; '; daughter i>l: Slarke: visited their law"ley; Elementary; SchailThe .
annual Awards Day for the
: brother and sister-in-law Mr and
135W.CIIiSt. Send A ,, .t v : Mrs. Hnnd\ Robert on Saturday bast-bull teams will IK.- held Salurdav.
!
1"fti, .0'r ; afternoon/ July.. at u a.m. Activ it tes w ill l he held'
\ ..t :u./. Mr and Mrs. Waldo Pringle. ol at the basebalL field ul the l.iwlevElementary
.,.' WnrlhlnglClnprlnjotN:; Sere Thursday : :School; Drinks and hot;
: Ash Trays dinner guests of their sister Mrs. dogs! will lie furnished by the association
1 Pierce (Crew. hut we ask Ihe parents to please
Harry (;Jnan spent I last week tit bring covered dishes that go with the
With Each New Or Renewal Subscription. Trimly Youth Camp' and returned hot dog.4. Thank )'uu.11 uniforms w ill
home on Saturday he turned In clean. Saturday. June 7
I This Is A 3.25 Value. To Get Yours Randall Reddish of Starke. was a ('/a'klsakare now available for 8:1:!
79 1979 Monday overnight gUl'Nlllf his grandparents per btM'k.t' .Thhe cookbook contains
V r Bring This Form With Your Check Ort .Mr and :Mr Les McClelljn. delicious, .recipes donated b.v' sour,
) t ... Mrs! (lnlt! Thnrpllln, (If Auburndale friends jn this community Pur'hase'our '
who is spending sometime with her cookbook from any adult
r I money To The Telegraph Officer son-in-law and\ daulhlt'r.Ir: and }L..I) V At member or ,call Jovce.
,' "rlt Mrs. WY.. At wood.) : Sr., was a Sunday Crews 782u; '
r 't dinner guel llIf hef ulster1. Mr Pierce ThC winner hf I the Hog Raffle held
( ; 8 A.M. r 5 P.M.
Monday Friday
t : Crew! June Hk, was Mr, ,James Fender of(
Mrs. Hardce .and Starke. and good-
..,j/ Wayne children Congratulations
'.1".. : '.eating \ .;,
(I' r I t. "r'I! /name spent Thursdayafternoon at l Klngslejit,,
fiM .. ., .!Summer danCI14"! are !set up for July
1 .,, J"iJ/ I. ",.- r'; Lake w ith" .her. brother-in-law. and* i* "
"...'. ...' 'g ...., .f '..,' ... ".'...1 H,...."',..,.f '". ... .. r' ;:ii sister Mr': 4md Mri4 WA11acf: : Chesser. r- '*""and 'AuRust fl at Ihe Lawtey
t .. ,- : : .. t :: r... Address. They and Denise dee-spent Sawn Elementary Cafeteria!' from 7 to ijeathof )
:" "'f{' ..: ,. day with them these Friday nights.Ournexrmeeting .
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j'I d. ', < > "iCltv Y' I, .M..Jt. .1 f' itrs. br li\ 7:30: Thursday."Julv .
) )... I': \ ," .i '. ". Elinor L'rsry. of >ceville.\ .
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I t ,11. 1. AI.: 5 at Lawtey Elementary
.. ., and Mr.'and Mrs Perry and family -
,".""" .! "f .' of Jacksom: 'i lie.! and )Jr. and Mrs : : ":}' '
,
J <<. ;.t : ... :('. : Ii>' ', Bill Cruuse had a family get together' '
H ". : \" '- :,; r T ",.4I ; New Subscriptions Renewal 1 to celebrate their daughter Laura .-t

.- ,sort: ,.f! '. v : .., ..., +. i v., ..J. Hart iftth birthday over the A pack'a-dui11 hooker;;: smokes

: .. .' .'\ tth ; .. : .\ .: : Rate *9 In County: 10 Out Of County weekend.Mr and11'. : $; Tlean\'SfarlingWfr&. .7.30Qt( g*'ett..ln. a year.


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The Wait .': t. ;bley._ 2-Run HR Iteat. Athens JIan. .

Pays Off r \. .,' ,I,


Post 202 3rd Behind Tall., Miami't t


For Tiger Randy Dukes ,t


--- In Heavily-Scouted KH Tournament .
When Union County's Randy Dukes Thomas said he thinks Dukes will -
graduated in 1978, a few college foot- fit in well in North Alabama's prosgram.
ball teams were looking at him. ColncidenUy: former Union Sam Sibley's two run homer In the event Sunday afternoon with Dickinson had poled his four baggerin '
But the 16-year-old defensive end High star Curtis Sirmonea i Is the bottom of the ninth Inning gave Tallahassee Post 13, the defending the sixth Inning with Sibley and
and offensive guard was only S' I" Lion's leading running back, and a Keystone Post 202 an 84 comebackwin champs, polishing off Miami Post 31 Keith Northrup on ahead of him with
and 185 pounds. Union High Coach Small College All America candidatein over Athens, Georgia,and a three c-0 in a battle of previously base hits. The shot to left bit the top f
Jimmy Thomas tried to make the college this his Senior season, billed as one game winning streak heading Into the unbeatens. Through four games In the rail of the fence Just inside the foul I
scouts understand that Gerald of the moot explosive runners In the Deland Firecracker Invitational tournament that was called "one of marker and bounced out at the 310 I
and Joyce Dukes' older boys had all country. baseball tournament where Keystone the South's best baseball tour- foot mark to pull Post 202 to within !
grown quite bit after they finished was to open Tuesday night against naments" by scouts and coaches the 6-4. The hosts tied the count in the
school. He was sure Randy would "Randy's very knowledgable about ,. Apopka.The Tallahassee crew allowed zero earned eighth as Sibley and Dickinson walked I
grow, too.After football, Thomas said. "He's got a ""TI1 T' first two wins in the streak runs-and the one unear.ied run and Eddie Dyal knocked them both
all, he had grown an Inch and great attitude and he's a very + T11 ,w came at the tall end of last weekend's Keystone tallied Friday was the only In with a slngfo. Sibley then settled I
gained 30 pounds since his senior physical person." Former Union. High grldder Randy big Keystone Invitational tourney as score they gave up in a march to their the issue In the ninth giving last- l
year.Randy. Dukes hat signed with the University the locals, who were 18-14 after Mon second straight title. They added a 1-0) Inning reliever Carl Hagglund his f
Dukes didn't get his college "I just"want to go up there and of North Alabama In Florence. day's win, topped Athens and Deland nine-inning decision over Gainesvilleand fifth win against two losses. "
scholarship. So he stayed at home play,' Dukes quietly said as he listen- to lie Gainesville for third place In the a 5-0 win over North Florida Tommy Honour started the game J. .
and started helping his dad haul pulp ed to his former coach. six team event KH dropped Its open. League leader Deland to their wins and threw the first three innings 1, r
wood out of the Union County woods. North Alabama plays in the Gulf ing tourney game to Tallahassee 2-1 over KH and Miami. Miami mean before Grady Bostic came on for a s I
He grew to 6' 2 1/2" and gained 20 States Conference, one of the will be In the run for the conference title ..and fell to Miami Saturday mornIng while, was a team that had been three inning stint and Scott Allen pit
more pounds this year and can bench strongest leagues in NCAA Division II If Sirmones returns to the form he before rallying with the two wins. roughed up by Dade County league ched two innings With Allen's arm ",
press 315 pounds football. Forecasters have predictedthe showed before a mid-season knee Injury The two teams that had victimized opponents to the tune of a 3.9 record bothering him after two scoreless
Two weekends ago Coach Thomas Lions, who were 7-2-1 last season, last Fall. ,:;.the hosts ended up In the finals of the coming in but was successful In its frames Hagglund came on in the top
and Dukes got in the car and drove up .;;, first three tourney starts, edging of the ninth.
to Florence, Alabama, home of the hard-luck Gainesville 7- ; and topping Athens scored two times In the third
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University of North Alabama Lions. Deland 5-2 in addition to handling host inning to break a 0.0 tie. Three consecutive
Coach Wayne Grubb didn't know they > .r Post 202. Gainesville topped Athens, singles set the stage of Reggie
were coming, so when they got into ; < Ga. twice to tie Keystone for third in Jackson s two run double. In the
town they gave him a call. They had the tourney which drew better than a bottom of the fourth Keystone
,.
decided to find Dukes a place to play -1 I 1 Section half dozen pro scouts and two college answered with one run as Sibley ;+
ball.Grubbs k :i I I, head coaches. doubled In Northrup who had reached -

listened, then looked and >, 1', o' ". ... IYIIU on an error.
Dukes signed a scholarship with' Keystone-Athens. Ga.S Athens widened Its advantage to 6-1
North Alabama that weekend. Sam Sibley's two run blast to left in with a four run fourth inning.
Thomas had nothing but praise for } ::1 The Union County the ninth Inning overshadowed a For the game Sibley was 3-4 with
Dukes as he talked about his former ) "AD.O.D c0tf* The Lake RegionMONITOR three run roundtripper by teamate his HR 2B, and three runs batted In. "
player Monday,night. TIMES Chuck Dickinson as Post 202 shook off Hitters not figuring In the Keystone
a.tilrgi 4 : a 6-1 Athens lead In the nlne inning scoring were Richard McDavId 1-3 "
"He was excellent leader. He : at Joel Bryan Field Monday and Toby Dlllow 1-2 with three stolen '
lead by doing. He wasn't one those v", game bases. ".

rah rah rah kinds, he'd just knock SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR PII.UNION Sibley's rip broke a 64 tie with two "\
your tail off. You never had to worry outs in the ninth and Shawn Prichard ,,--. .tnat -4 u ImiM
COUNTY TIMES, AND LAKE REGION MONITOR
about him." leadoff _.y1... _""*t IKill
July 5. Jt7. aboard after a single.

Deland 1

.......................................................-......1............. ---",.....-.....,..-...-..,-.. ., -- .'.... -"" ''' '-- '', In a battle for third place Keystone .
r".u. pitchers Mike Richardson Scott

DY Minor Stars Battle y68 ,1I"I ...." ( '! l- ... Allen, and Carl Hagglund made two
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;. ... ":fIIr.. w. first Inning runs stand up as Post 202 '.

: Dixie Youth Minor All-Star teams Union County's regular season \\1))' ,,; i leaders polished Deland off North to earn Florida a share League-of ':;;.
from Starke Union County and ended almost ..
games a month ago 1/0 '. I : third with Gainesville.
Keystone travel to Mlddleburg this and the two bosses said this could ; Keystone jumped out to a 2-0 lead In .
:: Friday, June 26, for Jhe regional all- hamper the boys' performance. ; the first In their second win over ,,
: star tourney. "But the pitcher's the key... we've Deland In three meetings. Toby 't
: Four' other 'all-star teams' are Included got good pitchers," Whitehead said. '. Dillow lined a leadoff single to left, ,'"
in the tournament competition Starke All-Star coach Randall : and swiped second base before two er- -:''
including Lake City, Mld Davis says he's relying on his pitchers roll put Mark Pridgen and Shawn ,'"

; dleburg, Bel Med National Leagueand to give the team the go-ahead at : i ____________!_ Prichard on to load the bases. Bob ,"
Bel Med American p \
League. The Middleburg. : d Il ,) I Hemme delivered an RBI single to i
Bel Med teams are from Orange "The boys we've got-if their pit. : + push Dillow accross and Pridgen i ,
Park near Jacksonville. In two ching can : i double- ..
come through, will be scored on Chuck Dickinson's /
: games at 6:30: p.m., Lake City plays alright," Davis says. : r ..tr grounder as Deland chose to go .
Bel Med National and Keystone faces :"Our batting should help us. We : k flay twin-killing \,
Bel Med American. Union County should have good hitting,'' he con- Deland's Rodney Langslon ripped a I\
: and Starke are pitted against one tinues. a ,',ov"'t solo homer In the fourth Inning
another in the 8:30: p,m. game. ''If our pitching comes through we against starter Richardson but that
The double-elimination tournament could win it, we should. The pit- + #' was as close as the league rivals were I
continues throught the weekend. ching's gonna be the key," t. 'I to come to the lead. In the fifth Deland '

Union County coaches Jerry Keystone coach Larry Horne says .... _....- I r ,- -".....,...., !"."""".......n.. .. _. -..-....--. .. ..... .... .....'".. .......-..-.,..! put runners at. second and third but "
Whitehead and Doyle Kemp say his team Is going to have to get : Allen came on to get a ground out and
they're excited about their group of together and play team ball to do well, In a play that sparked long debate MmJ! baseninner Coach John McCullough t...home plate In protest. Mc- Hagglund came on in the seventh to
boys and their ... .. : Raid Zoran swerves Inside the baseline to avoid Key.ton<>. Cullough and the hmne aide contended that
.. oppgrj.unity. Jil.pla in .j,,.iMtGUrMment.t. ; Zoraqrpn; out of >loop up AOtt} .'\ gWalke4lhgtelhdot J I { ,
2 the tOU1'ftiment. "W.'e got a good group aFTioys.r i.' 'utcher'Dob llemme's tag In. Saturday. first tourney the baseline and should have been called out. man. .'.
: "All" of them can catch and throw Home says. I think we'll be right In : game. The Miami runner was called safebringing KHScouts Dillow, Hemme, Prichard Stovall. >-' YJ J
: well Kemp said at one of Union's there scrapping for It. They're just : and Tommy Honour had the KH base '
1 : practices Monday night. have to Were Plentiful at A.L. Tourney hits. jIr. '
gorna
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Major League scouts on hand for Ia10/..41w
< Most of these kids are still in high --
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the event Included Andy Semlnlck of I
school so It gave us a chance to get a
.
)N the Phillies. Jack Sanford of the look at the young ones." said I'
i Orioles, Junior Morgan of the Meta Seminick, who lives in Melbourne andIs KM Athens 4 '.
i Minnesota's Spud Chandler Nelson the full-time scout of North Florida Chuck Dickinson's three run home ,{t'f
Burbank of the Brewers and for Philadelphia. "This kind of run pushed Keystone Into a 4-3 lead ;;
; '.! Happy Birthday representatives of the Pirates, and tournament Is just a super thing for and after Athens tied the snore back .
i Toronto Blue Jays. us, It's one of the beat around." up Toby Dillow scored the winning
run In the bottom of the seventh Inn-
ing of that didn't end until:4$
''' a game .
; America Sunday morning.
Before Dickinson's towering blast
ir in the sixth Inning Post 202 had
,, managed just four hits and was down
. 3-1 Athens' Jeff Whitehead scored in
3r the second inning before Dillow was I
r knocked in by Shawn Prichard In the 1
,I .- : ; third to even the count.In .
the top of the fourth Athens grabbed -
their 3-1 lead as two errors, one a
....... misjudged fly ball by Dillow allowed .
.The lead lasted two In- i I''
I nings until Dickinson unloaded with

... Eddie Dyaland Tony Honour aboard. .
,,- Athens tied the game again with a
run in the seventh giving Dillow a
I .:......._ chance to go from goat to hero The
r speedy centerfielder walked stole second
.r #. moved to third on Mark ,

CY + '. .. a.' Pridgen's bunt and scored on
; i Prlchard's chopper up the middle to
,. ': win the game. '

.1 ., ( Reliever Grady Bostic who cameon
'/ .. In relief of Scott Allen in the sixth, i .
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.:..: lotto be proud of. We have a rich heritage to Johnson In pitcher Thursday George night Levasier playoff action.fires the pill against Lawtey Gold's Carlton: rerro fast-balling cam on reliever in the Franky sixth to Mar.nail \' '@

Gold encounter but Levasser and his Dodger teamate down the win as the South Floridians
financial Thursday's
freedoms and opportu- Lawtey won
:::: live up to; our were big winners In Friday's game to win the best-of-thrce series two games to stayed unbeaten In tourney play '...

the in, the world.Let's one. Saturday morning. ,
nities are probably greatest A three nm Miami seventh inning
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r .: In Honor Of This Occasion, AUTO SERVICE Martinet, pulled the KH defense up "i' ,
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Mechanical Repair To All Makes American Cars Trucks, '
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/: COMMUNITY STATE BANK f, ,4, Toyota. Dataun. V.i1.. Renault, Fla, Volvo.,Saab Etc. Bob Hemme after coming on with two I ,
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John Martin" Adds "Our Country., ]Dav" Win To Club Title :: 'rf.: ; : I

t1N Keystone's. John Mvtl sMteed'{ a In the net nNWe OHbCha. .....Io... Reberson's Sunday afternoon round gave him the top prise of 146 inipi: : ;
+ pretty fair two-weekend pMTftgoU June tt-22 Martin whet 11--141 Cv of 00 combined win an earlier net 61 rtUIca.., .-' I
by taking last weekend's OMPOnntry win hfe fourth Club title by three ':
Day golf tournament at ttttfCiptone stroke over John Rufftnl. 74-77-151.
Golf and Country Club wflh a low Brown was six shots back at Union Pop Warner Meeting July H.A I
grow score of 70. even pot for the 77-77-154.. -
course Ken Cantrell won the 2nd Plight Midget team a possibility. Coacher ;
The weekend before Martin meeting of the Union County Pop :
aMena with s 163 and a first bole playoff win
for the other four teams have beet
Association Warner Football Association has been
member epptured over Jim Darby.Bruce Newman's named.Doyle Kemp returns to*coacl:: .
the 30 hole Club Championship set for Wednesday. July 11. at ':30
was good enough for first in the 3rd
the Tiny Tots who return 18 playen:;
tourney at the tame site. Flight, and M Schoeneman's net 140 p.m.at the RMC practice field.
team that unbeaten':
from the was
Martin'Our Country Day round of AH parents players,
won the 4th Flight the champs last year.-Aftft: :.
70(even par)Sunday got no help from Also last weekend the golf club's cheerleaders are Invited to attend league Raulerson will be coaching the Junioc:
the Calloway system but was aWl one meeting with the primary
Men's Association held it's annual 3t softball :
Whitehead withead
Peewee team Jerry
shot better than Henry Brown's 71 hole with IDa to discuss support of the
handlesp tourney
and two on Joe Petrock tournament planned for the weekend up the Peewees and JinrStephens ;
up '
Gary 17-handicappm Fred Roberson
com will coach the Jr. ;.
Daniel and Don Thomas who all of July 13 In Brooker. Midge'
ing in with a net score 131 to wipe The coaches will be taking .
came in with Calloway scores!) of 72. Martin off the leader board late in the The Union Association plans to fieldat Coaches Clinic in Orange park July
Brown won the Low Net top prlie afternoon. Martin shot 74-70-134 but least four teams in the Fall with a 28.
iKeystone ,..o..c..a.
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and Our Country Day tournament '< '
champion John Martin acceptsthe ,
Club trophy from Men's Association

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Daniel 72 :

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Daniel's Lumber Wins Bullets Tourney; Domino's 2.2 for Third, Hillandale{ 0.2

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team Daniel's Lumber of Lake City a game of the first Broughton's Bullets The Domino's of Starke took third two runs In the bottom of the last InnIng
and featuring University of Florida Invitational Women's Softball Tournament in the event dropping ft-5 toughie to .
Lake City Community College at Westside Park in Starke Blue Cross-Blue'Shield) in the loser's Leading) hitters for the Starke
Shield players of, rolled OVer Blue Crou-Blue last weekend, completing a 4-0 sweep bracket final, while Killandale Women League Champs were Diane a7 I 1F
Jacksonville 29-1 in the title through the tourney. Farm's of Union County was 02. Smith -for-i8 with an opening-game
fi-n Daniel's other wins came over BOBS home run,Linda Lee 9-20 Karen Nor-
7- In the winner's bracket final 14-5 man 7-lS. Carneil William, 7-It.
EiE EUiiEP over the Lake City Hawks U-3, andover Marian Walmsley H6, and Cassan
UGJ(3( ( J :? ( Westinghouse IS-O. dra Johnson 719.
The Domino's opened with a 12.2 HUlandale! Farm fell to Blue Cross
win over the Locomotions of Green 7? In their opener and then
were
138 E, Call St. Starke, Fla 984.5890Starke' Cove Springs Friday night. After losing eliminated; by the Locomotions in
to Blue Cross-Blue Shield 8-8 they a game they led 3-0 early. In the two
:'- Own Bakery came back to edge the Locomotions games Lillie Mae Perry was M with a
n'>a MBB** *>>>ll>V>HMBBHMB3MSMMSMSMM
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6-5 rip Lake City Athletic 12-3. and home run to lead HiDandale at the
';;:: : : It's Vacation TimeWe then fall to BC-BS 6-4 early Sunday plate. Iris Parrish was 2-4. Eunice
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afternoon as the winners rallied for Perry 2-6,and Nan Jeffcoat homered.
\ Will Close July 2.16 And Reopen Tiesday July 17, 1979 r d
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:1'-: : "Wow's the time to go on that diet" ., ---.1 t:'.:.'.S' J,' ,\. 'l'b..J .,,' took on.The action came In last weekend's Broughton's Bullets tourney won by II
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CHUCK ROAST 'I GREAT FOR THE GRILL Closes Out Wed.Two .

PINKY PG PUSH PORK ION BLADE J/3/ IS AVO WOT.SAVE semi-finals and four finals 1:1:

1 T $169 have been set for Wednesday.July 4, I .,
. ISIS, after last weekend's play In the Our
.. PINKY PtO RESM PORK ION 2/3 II AVO WOT., Country Day tennis tournament at 'j'
LB. $199 Keystone's City Park courts.

60'. SIRLOIN ROAST l1 $179 decided One final as should Keystone's have already Russ Porter been 1

.' ;'iWD i j\, PINKY no FISH roK LOIN CENTJR cur and Ed Agranowltz of Gainesvillewere
I PORK C Ss9 to meet for the Men's Singles title
A BRAND Tuesday evening. R
12 QUARTER POUND
PINKY CIO ECONOMY PKO CONSISTING C# S HIS SLADf AND S SIRIOIN END In Wednesday's play the Mixed t

i BEEF $ 99 P C IS $139 The Doubles father-daughter semi's are slated twosome for 9 of a.m Joe ,

3 {a. 2, 0 Saenz-Adrienne Saenz meets Dell Ed. i
'! ; PATTIES BOX r SAVt 3O PINKY PIG MESM PORK SHOUtOE WHOtI wards and Patty Sampson in one semi -
cI with Jerry McGriff-Janice Jockel of
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Gorman for the other spot in the .
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CHUCK' ROAST . . . ''LI s 179SAVE The Women's Singles title match, ,. in i 1,
20c on was tentatively set to follow at 2p.m. 1 t1.
SAVE 70 WO BRAND USDA CHOICE Iff NATURAllY AGED AOUNj9IA I ut = in _, ,'." with Adrienne Saenz and Michelle t
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championship.At 5 p.m. are
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ROUND STEAK $279 ICE CHltkOI'swHT match against Weezie! Gorman "
. LI ; 9 and Monien( Kuzma.
The Men's Doubles is also scheduled

II SLICED BACON . . .. II $119 MILI( HALF teams for vying 5 p.m.for with the win.two Agranowitz Gainesville \

,HICKO.vM11D CURED WATER ADDED SHANK PORTION e .GALLON and his partner John James meet the 1
, team of Howard Freeman-Arthur
STOKED HAM . . . 'ISIS 99cSAV Anderson. Finally the Mixed Doubles "
40 ARMAND! COOKED WHOLE SAVE 19C final between the morning's semifinal'
survivors Is slated for 7 p.m. ,,
pANNED: HAM .' . . . 3 CAN, $599 MORTON FROZEN Chairwomen Judy Thacker and <
Adrlanne Saenz "welcomed the
surprisingly -
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FRYER u 69c FISH STICKS . :.KG 5119 ES. expanding.she ."

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BAKING HENS .. '.' LI 69c WHITING. . LI 59c ches""watch on July some 4 at Intense the Park.final mat

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SAVE 20'.OOOANAGLAZED 'Men's Slow-Pitch Softball Tour '
P''TIN ,,0 $1 nament will be played at Weslslde ,
Parmesan Cheese =& $ BU-opZs. SAVE DONUTS . 69c Park in Slarke this weekend,July ft-8. .1
with four area teams and a load of
A.t.& V I". MN/ GOOD CINNAMON 56c WtKXT WATCHERS .... food on display at the event. ; \
YrAL PARMEGIAN! e r. $1st Northslde Baptist Church, the i
Danish Rolls 69C SUP'.UAND ; . MOISM. Starke Men's Church League champions \!
{ouiMf' IEUE(5Pa ,and the Misfits of Starke;LWCI :
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fiAVfjtJSSkUE "' TlQTRJMargarine In addition Tourney Coordinator
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CROWDER PEAS McGriff the event will
.L 59C Jerry says
. . feature a full line of refreshments as V
SAUSSWY. TUMfV CM SEEP STEW well as a rummage sale as the Starke ,
QUANTITY RIGHTS 72..> $199 Senior Boys team seeks to raise .
"NOT, JUST .FOR BREAKFAST ANYMORE" RESERVED BANQUET ENTREES . PKG money to pay expenses for its upcom "
WINN-Dwit STCMIS INC lAHAUE ing trip to the State 16-18 year old

: TROPICANA FRESH ,FLORIDA COPVtlGHl-l7* BLACK FORREST CAKE :: $239 tournament Nationals.and Barbeque a possible chicken return dinners tripto :

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and also on sale will be chilled Ii' "
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'co cream: ,and the regular line of concession ,
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HARVEST Pills Three will off the tournament i '- "
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C Cove at 7. Crews playing Wesley
P United Methodist of Gainesville at .. I" -' ,;.r
i' 00I 8:13, and Northside squaring off '
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II I Starke '. for third In Smallfry softball action Reds-Bart 2 RS. Sunll'\Aslros': (WedYr'SunsBO )
: Starke DY Major Standings after Moat games W-L last week. Bishop and f icky:

! Playoff Series snickers 7-o SmallfryMlnor'\" Hulks/ 13.Yankees 7 (Thur) Gauthler 3 RS. 1
; Zeros 3-3 The first Gators 19.Reds}(Thur) Hulks-Karen. and Ed 3 RS, Candice Astros-Kelley Kitchens ana:Rhonda
Mu...teen :Jot and second place with wins ..hil.the Gators-Chad Brady, and Jimmy 4 and Andy 2 RS. Bryant 2 RS. .,
I Gerald Brown'i two home runs won Marathons 0-4 Hulks topped the Yankees In a battle RS, James 3 RS, B.J. Dinkins 2 RS. Yankees-Bill 3 RS. :. .
, the second game of the Starke Dixie Standings after Mon.games W-L
Youth Major League baseball Suns TGators -.,

Dodgers playoffs I big for bats Lawtey were Gold dominant but the in **************** The Champions ******************* Hulks "\.. -. 1-1 4-3

the first and last games of the series Yankees :3-4
Wednesday and Friday as the Starke -. .. Union County Men'f League Reds : M
team thumped out 15-0 and 19-2 wins Astros .. *-,
for the league title. \

Dodgers If. La wley Gold 2 (Frl 1 gas. Starke Men's Church

The Dodgers ripped 17 hits as they
Lake topped Hope Baptist
Gold in the championship Kingsley
whipped Lawtey
of the 134 Monday night in a playoff lame
playoffs Friday
game for second place and earned the run-
night. behind unbeaten champion
Dodgers-Tlmmy Harper 3-4. HR 2 nerup Northside trophy '
Baptist.
2B'8. 3 RS; Michael Colvin 2-2. 4RS; I
had battled fot second
KL and Hope :
David Little 2-3,2B; George Levasser
2-4, 3B; Tony Diggs 2-4. 2B; Brad for most of the season after Northside
Brown and Len Eaves 24; Robert put the wraps on the title race-early' .
back from down 9.2'to
Hope came
Carver 3 RS; Eddie Hall 12.
Madison Street last Thursday night to
l,. earn the tie and force the playoff.
lawley Gold S. Dodgers
(playoff game 2 Thursday) K.Lake 13- dope* (Mon).
Gerald Brown's two home runs anda In the playoff game for 'Second I
three run rally in the bottom of the place Monday night Kingsley ',LakeBaptist
seventh allowed Lawtey Gold to stay batted around to SCOT eight \

alive in the title series. X* 4 runs in the third inning and we ton to
Lawtey Gold-Gerald Brown 2-4, 2 --""" mln-- ,_ ---- lop Hope Baptist 134 for thebecondplace i

HR's; Lamar Crews 2-3, 2B Carlton '
; Water's with trophies won at Invitational tournaments this season. trophy. "
Johnson 2.4.DodgersTony. Front row. left to right. Donnie Wise, Tommy Wise Skippy Crawford bat boy ._, 'r Kingsley Lake Baptist-Dwayne \
Diggs 3.4; Brad David Elder Emmett Akridge. Hardee 3-4. 2B, Michael Beck 23.
Brown 2-4; Len Eaves 2B. Top I. to r.. Wilbur Waters. Charlie Green. Danny McKinney Ricky Bennett, Union County City League Softball Champions- RMC. 1HR, Randall Crawford 2-3. 2B; Cur !
Jim l.ewls. Terry Gaines Larry Mercer Ellis Grlffls. Brian Johns Joey Bennett demons Front row (l-r-Billy Ray Smith. Gene Raulerson. Tim Whitehead. Fred tis Crawford and Roger Bennett I
Marvin
Tomlinson. .
Dodgers 13.1.a wtey Gold 0 Coach Dwight Elder, Jimmy Prevatt. HIR's. I
(playoffs Wednesday evening) Back rowJohn Hancock Bill Perkins Tim Jones Don Raulervon. Jim Hope Baptlst-J Broome 2.-, 2B;
The Dodgers scored in every inningas Rupp Woody llolllngworth. Gene Gordon. Richard Hall and Lea Boone 28;

they crunched Lawtey Gold in the 'Water's Makes of 3 Local
Top Showing
first game of the Dixie Youth major Starke Women's League (Hope 11-Madison*!. 12 I
league playoffs.DodgersGeorge. ThurD) Hope Baptist-Bob Schmidt, I IIIIH.
Levasser 3.3 and r 2B; Pat Murphy 3-5. "
pitched a three-hitter; Len Eaves Macclenny Men'sSoftball TourneyThree ;wws1F Madison Street Baptist-Ed
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Struthers. and Timmy Harper 2-2; Christmas 3-4; Ralph Morgan 2.4.2B;
Brad Brown 1.1 with 3 RS. area men's softball teams Bootleggers 13-12 but were nipped Charles Martin IHR. "
Lawtey Gold-Jesse Barber and competed in a IS team slow pitch themselves by Moncrief Lounge 12.11. s N ve *", I
Chris Cnbbs 1-1 Lamar Crews last weekend Finals W-l 1
; 1.2. tourney in Macclenny Chuck Johnson and Jerry Blalock Standings
third in the for second.Norlhslde .
with Water's of Starke taking won playoff
both hit .667 In 12 at bats to lead the '
the event won by Ray's Metal Works Baptist .11.0
Senior Boys team with Jeff Norman '
Starke Lake .., lf-4.
of Gainesville.The and Chub Johnson batting .643. Randy Klngsle Baptist {
10.5
Smallfry MajorSnkkeriilZMuskiileeni Starke Stars won two and lost Andrews going 3-4, Eddie McGee 4.7, Pine Hope Level Baptist ...- H-SI I IMadinonStreel
10 (Mon) two to finish seventh while Crew's and Marcus Cruce and Bill Goodge ': 7-7
The Snickers won two close games Lumber of Lake Butler was knockedout hitting ,500.Crew's First Methodist 3-1.1
to say on top in the Smallfry Major in two games. First Baptist |
League lost a nine-inning toughie to
Snickers-Danny 3 RS Jody and Water's got a first round bye before Moncrief 10-9) and fell to LC Motor L'ah'ary Baptist 2'12\' \
Jason 2 RSMuskateersMelissa. meeting up with the Stars who were Parts In the event Jerry Whitehead
Burnsed 3 RS 12-4 first round winners over the Mac., Marvin Tomlinson and Bill Barton t Starke DY Minor
Stephen Akridge. Eric and Carmella 2 clenny Wrecking Crew. Danny led the Lake Buller team offensively J \ n r Playoff Series I
RS. McKinney belted two HR's and had .
four RBI s as Water's beat the Starke Water's will be playing In a The Lawtey Rangers came back I
Zero* ll-MuskateerstolThur: ) 16-18 year olds 132. The Starke league Gainesville tournament s weekend 1979 DOMINO'S after losing the playoff opener to win I
Zeros-Tammy and Lone 3 RS. champs then ran Into the Macclenny ''July 6-8 while Crew's will take part in Kneeling left to right.. Sheila Forsyth. Terry Parrlih. Marie Grlffls. Linda the Dixie Youth Minor League Cham-
John and Stacy 2 RS. Timberjacks and lost a 5-0 lead and the tournament Stars are runningat Lee Cassandra Johnson Marian Walmsley, and Charlotte Beam. pionship with a pair of wins over the
Muskateers-Carmella 3 RS the game 78. They belted Moncrief Westslde Park in Starke over the Standing I. to r.. J.rrll.ane. Manager Don Bagwell Carnell Militants Kathy Phillies last week .
Stephen Akridge 2 RS. Lounge of Jacksonville 19-5 (with same dales.Key.tOl.e. Whitehead Betty Jean Hudson. Lorna Leasure. Karen Norman. Joy Malnes. The Rangers knotted the series at a
Brian Johns slapping two HR's and .
game apiece with an 11-7 win Thursday
121.Wed) Lake City Auto Parts 20-1(Ellis Grif-
Muskateers Muskateers-'Njeltssa Burned KS; fis was four for four and Larry Pop Warner JVSignl'p PU''8 ................................'...............e......fl.............. with night a 17-4 and win Friday then rolled night to in the Starke title

Karen Kumutis 3 RS; Stephen Mercer, Ricky Bennett and Terry cepted as part of a wailing list Copies Parents are urged:; tO.aUencL the?
Akridge end Stephanie,Cubtwdg1, .Games 3-4)) in the losers, bracket Meeting July 19'kalgmup ,of ,birth certificates an'a currertr..of' meeting as-loamagejapd weights: : } .. Iawley'iiagl'rsllUPbhtiFF7'
KS. i .. ".o. ..before tale Timberjacks again came meeting for Keystone Pop'Warner physical is required and should' be new rules and equipment will be (tin Lawtey Thursday evenings
Football will be held
Marathons-Donna Younls( Melanie from behind this time from 2-5' to teams turned In with the applications. Applications discussed. If you have any questionscall The Rangers bounced back from a
Wood and Randy Thompson 2 RSNnUkrrx knock the locals out 11-8 Thursday.School July 19 at 7:30 in: p m in the are available at Richard Pop Warner Commissioner first game loss to knot this playoff
Joey Bennett hit 750 for the High Cafeteria Keystone. Burger Hut Tasty, Place Keystone Walter Raleigh at 473-3947.: series 1-1 with a home-town win
10-/pros I Wed) weekend with Mercer and Gaines in All boys interested In playing Pop State Bank and Guarantee Federal. Thursday. .
Snickers-Wesley Johnson. Melanie at .600 and McKinney hitting' 550. Warner football should have applica- Physicals will not be given on July Lawtey Rangers-Robert Starling
Wood, and Randy Wood 2 RS tions In no later then the meeting 20-21( as was Incorrectly stated earlierin Union County 3-4. 3B; Dale Norman 2.. HR. 2B;
Zeros-Tammy Dempsey and John The Stars came back from their though late applications will be ac- the newspaper. Silas Jenkins 1-1. winning pitcher
Jackson 2 RS loss to Water's to edge Macclenny'sBRING ----_._. .--- Women's SoftballThe with 12 stikeouta. *=.: >
two teams in the Union
top
Phillies-Chuck Coburn 28
2-2.
*** THIS AD *** << "Y County Women's softball league kept Gary Wise and Chuck Johnston 2-4:;
rolling along with wins al the Worthington :
Dale Brown 12.
Springs Field last week

( Mon. & Tues.t .. t J although Worthington had its work I.a"tf'V Rangers 17. Phillies iFri
cut out before edging Gainesville Tire
The Rangers took the league crown
July 9th 8t 10th 13-12. with this easy Friday night win al,
'
( 301 NORTH e Pratt Street Field in Starke. :
.
STARKE Worthington 13 ( vllle Tire .2lSall I )
iC 10:30 AM To 5:30 PM Worthington Springs-Melissa Silas Lawtey Jenkins Rangers-Allen and Robert Wood Starling 3-4 3;

: iCt CHINESE EGG ROLLS & FRIED RICE McGill apiece. and Martha. Bishop 2 hits RS each 2B.; Jamey Crews 2.5; Dale..Nor
man
.. G'ville Tire-Gig! Thomas 2 hits 1
: ( Wise 2-3 Michael
on'y'$149 Phillies-Gary ; :
: ; n:. HR Pam Wilson 3 hits Sue Lung and Gray IHR.
:
INCLUDES Lottie Polk 2 hits each.
CHINESE JASMINE TEA

Call Ahead 964-7476 f IHIIandale 20.NA Yllf(Sat) .
\ ; Hillandale Farmi-Mini Jeffcoatand Starke Men's Open
SEAFOOD DINNER Lillie Mae Perry 4 hits Eunice
$'g Perry and Kathy Ward 2 hits. LWCI outslugged the Rebels 28-lolo: I

i. 6 Shrimp. 6 Scallops 1 Bag ClamsFries I A Slaw w) NAPA Auto Parts-Rhonda Jones. stay just ahead of the Misfits In those :
Merrey Hart and Janet Grinde 2 hits, two team's battle for third place :in
the Open league. The win leffLWCl

:; SHRIMP DINNER CLAM ,DINNER Union County Men's 8.9 while the Water's Misfits and finished8io.Unbeaten' the Starke,

Softball Playoff SetA Businessmen had already palled
21 Shrimp, Fries A Slaw 2 Bags Of Clams (K Lb.) down the two ;
top spots
i for second in ,, J
-tci playoff place the (.... .
Fries & Slaw
Union County Men's Softball Leaguewill Misfits 13-Stars 9 i Wed>{ .:;
: '..
$289 be played at 8pm .Thursday. Ju-
i : Misfits-Kred Wheeler iB
.
$9 ly 5. between Crew's Building Supply 3- ;
Lloyd 3-4 Steve Cox 2 .:
Gilpin ; 2FJ'sSenior
and Oak Grove
l' aX 1 0.LIVING L -..- mt. Field. at Worthington Springs Boys.-John ValmskL and I I
Kevin Tillman 3-3. Chub Johnson 2-3| I
1: 2B. j I
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i r "4E."s 8.867% Certificate Deposits 1.\\1 :26-Rebels' t weds I I

1"0 LWCI-Stoneuall Albert 3-4. 2B.;
I kJjF 30 To 89 Days 5% Larry Lee, 3-5. HR.{ 2 2B's: Johni i
1ar Paid On 6 Month Money Wright 3-5. HR. 2B: S. Marshall :35!' '
_
r !: Market Certificates July 5 90 Days to 1 Yr- 5 /.% HR; Leroy McRae 2.3; Charles'Pate I '
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$
3- ,
offe I Thru July 11. 10.000 Mln 1 Yr To 30 Mo.6% Rebels-W. Teston 4-4. 2B: David

1 Investment 30 MoTo4Yrs. Games 2-4. IHH; Wade Winkler )-1. 3 i
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: BB's. ; '
They Are Subject To t6'/s % I I

Penalises Money 4 yra. 7'/4 % FlnalStandingA! vWater's ;;\\'.|1.
ADULTS AND CHILDREN OVER 10 YEARS -1 17.0 \
Withdrawn Before
i' PAY 97 PLUS 87- HANDLING CHARGE assbookrate Slacks Businessmen : IJ-1 ,
Maturity Draws 1\\('I | 11-"
Parents must select' for minors
-tc
i t unless additional portraits are purer.. 'ed Regular I I :Misfits '? "" 11-11 I" I Ifltarkr
Stars ,
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I Limit 1 per person Limit 1 per family Passbook Rebels ''' j
I unless additional portraits ere purchased, ..Mt Rate Less 5 %%: I. 1.11.
Group Photos at 97 per person Starke
Dixie
90 DaysInterest CtfMtlv* Boys?

-tc July 1 The Olympians clinched the second \
: Pictures Made AtSears half. title with a 5-2 win over the Merchants \
1
last Wednesday night.

: _. : I
fU-MerchanIl2IWed) ;
t -
__ Clayton Norman threw one-hitter
2-4; Steven Little 2.3; Andy Chaff 2-4;:
i 218 Temple Ave. .3K Tommy Hilliard 2B. .. t'
Merchants-Elaine Dyal 1.3.FinalZndllalISlandings 5 1!
Drive .In Hours FARMERS & DEALERS Walk-In Bank His r'h"-i( -., ,

i Starke Ha. For Your Convenience BAN K 0:OO a.m. To :2 p.m. Olympians ""r'j. I' WF.i,,

7:1&: am. To 4:00 p.m. Moo Thurs, Morv Thurs Merchants ; 14.

I New Scenic Background.Ie 7'15: am.. To 8-00: i pm. frldaY'Wi +t. 01 L.".sutra. L 9:00 To :2:00 p.m. L.B.Firebirds Engineers.'"'{.tun tsafil.! &3..1.

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Closed Sat 4:00: pm To O.OO pm. Frl. CKitans I.t
496-2101 Member FDIC
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packaged Itching worm In sell VIed furniture. Phone'
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quarter hone OARACI AlliBoby Items MAINt INSURANCE AOtNCYi this area. :30 per Comm . .... c." H' . > ... f to 6S Frt. and
.._ ., mores. Pac Bueno men's women' and 160 S. Lake A_.. lake Very little capitol needed. .... .
bloodline. On. tired-out Butler. 496-3978. Complete for I; lERSo.At', "'l 'it'' ''t' Sot. 3/1 TFchg
of children's clothing. BIO N.E. Phone t-299-6380 $ : 1 ,
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.. 3rd lake: Butler or call detail. Itchg 7/9 iSERY' CE.S: "
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month filly. 496-2126. or TRAILER ZIMMER HOMESl EVERYONE IS INSURABlEi . .. WATCH THIS SPACE BEDROOM unfurnished MObILE HOMESl Why pay I97S HONDA O. 360. excellent INDSSeveral various: length.available all either.
4962903. 7/S I tchg.B Immediate coverage by house SIX/month, first
Low
? direct from factory condition
: more Buy forchildren
:'J; 65x12.living and 2 bedroom dining areas 2 both kitchen phone. JOE 2126 USHER j f .:R'JifJf.' g$:. HINKIN'S HOME CLEANING and last. Phone 964-7931. large selection el 24. Mlleege 1400. Phon. 19" fW 30"to wide.color on Good tobt.co".r. I :
AOSNCY496- or of Central Florida tchg 6/28 ,, 12 wide. COMMUNITY 964.13.4.6/2. Olchg 7/9
..- PUPPISSiLeopard laundry beautiful, air 496-2903.TFN .. .,,' Specialists 14. ., etc. BRADFORD
Bulldog
to US
coming Bradford MOBILE HOMES SALES.
:: : era..... Should make good conditioned.' Just Ilk.new, 2 CHRYSLER NEWPORT are ONE BEDROOM furnisheaoponiment COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135
197 County and the City of 301. North. Open 9 to dusk. I SEA VSR LOG HOMISI For Information Storke. TP
.' cowdogs catchdogs or wot. years old. Color TV console' ': : runs good. S600 firm. Cal Stark. with prolettlonol $109/month, to 6 Sunday. Phone phone or writ W. Call.
=S : chdog.. 496-2126 Sears fr....,. card table : I" \ ; first and lost. Phone
or asmAUXULIARY 782,3571.6/7 TFchg. carpet and furniture cleaning ,.,..174.. TFchg representative Tom Per 1'
... 496-2903. 7/S I choir.. odds and .nd.. .Inquire HAND-MADS 10-Oun
Itchg.,1PACIOUS at Porrlsh Food Store ... .. ....', ... ,_ ... 1 at discount prices you 964-7921. Itchg 6/28 rymon Rt. 2 Box 270 cabl".'. Ponderasa Pine
DODGE VAN fully ,
DiE won't believe. Jtpd 7/9 LOTS POI SALEi Storke. Keystone Height 32696-
AND UNIQUEi3 Christina P. Hester. 7/S MEMBERS customised 1 low mileage PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished Reba and Ash 2 lot, 473-3738. Catalog also stain finish $229. Phone
bedroom executive type Itpd. NKEDEDiA rewarding feelIng assume payment with Ill'S SAW SHOPi Complete efficiencies and 1 BR SVXIOO with partially completed available at $ .50. 6/21. 964-9902 after 6 p.m. It pet

.... home on SR 121 across from of helping other I.I the down payment of equitable sharpening service, circular, opts., weekly or monthly. house $6 SOO total. Atchg 7/.2 7/9
-* J Middle School. Over MOBIII NOM 1974, :3 reword for only a few hour 964-8173! 6/28 carbide,
.:!! 3.000 value. Phone hand chain NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS, CHARLES COURT (Denny CoIlafter
".,.'.... tit,,' II. Unique fireplace In bedroom 2 lull baths!; 24x60 .....Ic.. Come 'join this fine, 2tpd 7/5 mower blade hollow ground monthly only. 2313 N. Temple Heights). I lot with partially TWENTY PT. TRAVEL NEW REFRIGERATOR 782-3977.. 9/31 ,'
6 .
Sunken; family CH/A with on. half acre of land. community organisation and balanced. Leave at Stark. p.m.
.. room. TFcgKITCHENITTIS completed hau... $6.000. TRAILER Phone 9644201 ;
.i modern i kitchen w/ IR/DR den, kitchen. CHA.all For further Information call 1979 CAMAROi Z28. black Jackson Building Supply, JENKINS (formerly Donna after 5 p.m. 6/28 2tpd 7/9 TFchg
electric 4 ton AC unit In Mr*. Boner at Union
dishwasher office room. ; Starke or Keystone Ht. and sleeping Street) near old Lawtey
.. loaded. AM/FM 8 track
1 496-2323.
cluded. 431-1860 alter 6 General Hospital
:: :yewlng: room. pool room. tape. 3 months old. Phone TFchg rooms. TV. AC, maid ser Rood (Williams Subdivision), MOVING SALEs Saturday
.-gdrage.. p.m. 6/28 3tpd 7/12. Itchg 628HOUSE 7823912. Itpd 7/9 vice.' Weekly and monthly 2 lots, 79'xlOO. partially and Sunday. 383 W. TRAMPOLINE New. round
'.: PRICE EDUCED TO SELLs 2 ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSi Restaurant and lounge completed foundation each Washington Furniture, list "".95. sole $319.99.
!It 3 YARD SALEs Sat.. Jun. 30; TO MOVE) Call collect Phone list $399.99. sale
acre* with doublewlde available. Underwood 2300. OAK STREET (North clothe, book., 8x12
AT.
1970 MUSTANOi 302
',> '"vailer 3 Sun., July'; 9 a.m. to 3 1-792-3281 evenIngs ) 964-6582. 1/2 miles North of $249.91. Phone 1.778-3227.
: outbulldlngsiKeeullful : 628.FOUNOt good shape. $790. Phone 964-9148 or TFchg Motel 3 Reno), 2 lot ((7 and 8 of miscellaneous. Itpd 7/3
: furniture ond Interior p.m.. SR 121 South opprox. Itpd 782-3269 after 9 or on Storks, US 301. TFchg block 22)). StfulOV. $2.000 Jax. TFchg
d.coroting.Own.r 3 ml. out of town. look for .. REMOOELINO BUILDING HOTPOINT STOVE
total. Phone 373-3907 WHITS
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weekends. It 7/9
leaving state. Will .ocrif Ic.. signs. Itpd 6/28. :i' pet REPAIRS N.w kitchens, MIMOSA MANOR mobile Gainesville. TFchg electric new never been SPECIAL* PRICES on nursery
<:":-o.n.r soyS SELLIWOITNINOTON ; ( $.fjZ "tYi \ baths, family rooms. Brick home park mobile home used. Phone 964-6996. 7/9 stock: Aialeos, gal. Can,

".:l. SPRINCSl 2.10 MOBIII HOMRl1 74: 3 ,. .. f r. i..... .. .' block concrete. Fireplacespecialists. and spaces for rent. Phone TWO HOMES ON CORNER 2tchg 7/14 $1.90 each. ..".2...": Fruit"
.-..:..-. lots with trailer In bedroom 2 full baths; 24x60 I :" : ::..;.. ; -:c' Grlllli Construc 468-2912. 3/22 TlchgKITCHENITTISi LOU In city: both completely tree; Boxwood. '0"."
,;. .;.secluded. : neighborhood. with on. half acre of land. Small sandal shoe 'i / .i.j .: \ tion. Phone -473-2108' or lumlshed. Wall to wall PURPLE HULL PEASiU.pick $4 $1.50. 1S"-1S". S3. See our

!w.INREE IID.OOM.2' LR/DR. den kitchen. CH/A, found at UCHS baseball I lTIq: ){; ."' r' 473-2578. TFchgII..D'O.D On. BR carpet. AC. patios, built-in bushel: picked $6 bushel. 4 rose on Fla. root stock
both. Shows Addition off all electric; 4 ton AC unit In field. To claim, come b, .. .. :: apartment pool TV AC, BBQ. concrete drive." Both mile West of lawtey. SR SS.90 and $6.99. Shade

..",,,9231. fireplace and cluded. 431-1860 after 6 Time office.LOSTtBorder. lOSTi little boy can't sleep: SEPTIC TANK utilities Included. Totally home for $27.000 or equityof 12$. J. A. Cross. Itchg 7/9 trees. hedge plant..
Vg* >.r8.. p.m. 6/28 3tpd 7/12 9 mo. old Dalmatian nameIs SSRVICEl Bradford residential furnished. Weekly monthly $12,900' and assume mat camellias, pot plant., hangIng
.;:: : Jane S. Usher, Realtor Mark ALSO. I old pump-outs, $45. Commercial rotes. TEMPLE MOTEL 880 tgage. See at 913: CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM boskets, and many
.'- .. .. ;?. Phene 496-2126' 22 CU. FT. FRIEZERiSears. Collie 7 months year and I Industrial. Fully N. Temple Ave.. Storke. Washington Term B track like new. $229. more O C.. CARNES
*-. .', chest type like new. 3 yrs black with white Norwegian ElkHound, ) NURSERY. SR100 at ,
or496-2903 old. Male, licensed. Phone 9618)21TFchg Phone 964-7397. 6/28 5tpd available. 6/28 TFchg Phone 964-6418. It pet 7/9
old. $250. Call 496-3188. on chest tip of toll. paws. silver/block lace long hair 7/26 Florohome. 23 miles SE ofSlok.
;.: .. -: "ctlg 6/28. Rd. large reward. Phone Phone 6S9-2169.
Lost on Lester Johns COUNTRY LIVING at It* SEVERAL fTEMSt Bunk bed, .
MAY FOR SALIi Just cut; LIVESTOCK RACK for pickup 964.5018.7/5' tpd. 964-9723. Itchg 79WORK MAKE YOUR TRAILER look ON KINOSIEY TAKEr Make best: 20 acre ronchette with complete.' $70: 2 couches ( I TFchg

Coastal Bermuda Hay; S6000 Call 496-3788. .. .- .. like a home. Remodeling your reservations now for 3.490 sq. ft. 5 BR 2 bath wing-bock Colonial blue
:; .I;l.'highly" fertilised. SI.SO' per Itchg 6/28. addition, screened porches summer vacations. Weekly frame home. living dining gold and white $139' : I PENCINGi All kinds, hog

,I.bole at the born. Near Wor. I Hr.. Ads to your home or trailer rates. AC Cottages. Phone and family room., fireplace modern solo green gold wire. welded wire, barbwire
thlngton Springs, 496-3839. PATIO TABLE Round concrete K.ymtanl3 Paul'. Framing. Free 5332366. TFchg plu form bldg. Free garbage yellow with plll_. $80)): I wood chain link: free

|,:; r:24: TFN S6S.OO. Call 4963788. .."meat... Call anytime : service and street .single Iron bed with bedding estimate*. MANNING
Phone 964805. TFchg ROOM FOR RENT Furnished Storke. I double FENCE CO. 4734822.
.!:; Itchg I 6/28. LOANS AVAIlABLEiAny WANTED light. Convenient to old. $69;
., .. bedroom In large 4 BR HERITAGE REALTY. Phone pedestal Duncan Phylle Keystone. TFchgALUMINUM
;:k i :'.; amount home or venture UPHOLSTERY. reasonable THE MOWER CliNIC. Small .. In country kitchen 377-2810. Gainesville. 7/9 table, 60 yrs. old. $140. ; I
: Rt.2Doe Call 4732032. 4tpd
BRICK HOME.3. bedroom. 1 lL",11 .1 Ethel G. Batchelder prices. and oil of Including PLATESI used
l engines types privileges. StOO/month, 726ABSOLUTS for 12 HP Ford
belly
4lchg mower
'' .<.:<. .. . 6/14 7/9.
.1/2 both In City on nice ..p 409. Keystone Heights to lawn mower repaired Including utilities, phone, tractor, triple blade $90: newspaper plate 23

shaded lot. MOBILE HOME: 2 bedroom. FI.32656. licensed Mortgage .011ALII 1 queen slie sale r.borlng. Work washer. Phone 46B-2919. .. .. .. 11.900 BTU Fodders AC. S79; 9/8x36". 25 cents each.
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DOUBIEWIDE MOBILE 1 I bath; furnished or unfurnished Broker Phone 473-2989. sleeper with Simmons Mat done reasonably. Henry TFchg walnut dining room suite, BRADFORD COUNTY

o '>. HOMS:3 bedroom 2 both; with one-half acre of 2/lS.Tfn. tress, excellentcondltlonSm.OO. Browder, 964-9760. 6/21 ; .MIs 'ttlAKEQD.$: : (table, china and 6 chairs). TELEGRAPH. 9646305. TF 1
located on choice lot In laka land and water bill paid. No Rocker Hchg.BILL'S. KINGSISY LAKE Trailer lots $290.: odd./....... Building
S.. 4 Butler. Own.r will finance. children: or pets. $129 per CASH FOR OOLDi Sterling $18.00 473-3081 'Itchg 7/S I for rent. $70/month. Water, behind Western Auto In TRACTOR John Deere
FRAME HOMEi3 bedroom t month with on. month Indvonc. Jewelry diamonds coinsdental HOME REMODELING garbage and boot ramp shopping center, 1/2 way diesel model No. 2240. 50
i 1/2 bath In subdivision. .. Call 496-2308.6/21 gold. Will visit your FOR SALIi evtboerd motor, Home remodeling and roofing free. Phone 533-2261. 6/28 AUCTION Satur between Melrose and HP. used only 84 hr..
:.. '; Near school. TFN. home anywhere. Mr. list Ward's. S horse-power, less : plumbing: electrical TFchg day July 7. 10 a.m. Go :3 Keystone on SR 21. at 21 B. canopy-top. 2 row rolling

Melnes Real Estata. man. 415089.2"nchg.' than 4 hour use, SIM. call work; automotive body and miles West of Interlochen on Weekdays til 6 p.m., also cultivator, double-new
._Itor. TRAILERS bedroom air conditioned 47S-2B7S Itpd. 7/. lender repair; and I2ACRSS AUSA Bermuda Hwy 20 to Lakevlew. Only.. Saturday. Itchg 7/9 ground plow. 6 ft. disc-
496-3978 SIOO a month $50I.posit. Follow auction 3 BR. 2 cole planter .
LAKE LOTS FOR $AIIKeystone mechanical work dane hay field. Phone Clifford signs. narrow equipment
4963130. 7/5
Heights. FOR SAlEt travel trailer. 964-8087.) 6/21 4tp 7/14' Martin. 964-7149. Itpd 7/9 both. block/brick home with SEVERAL ITEMS Flat bed tilt tool bar. Total price
MISC. ITEMSt Sears 9x12 ft. Itchg. fireplace on lady Slipper $10.900 firm. Phone
wooded lots 1972 17 loot covered wegan, trailer 6x7 ft., small tires,
on
t.nt; car top carrier; 30 gal. TRAILERS bedroom, furnished Beautifully sand bottom lake sleep 4, self contained, e.- BIRCH1. IPM Pest Control ONE BEDROOM Apartment lake on large lot. TERMS: 19 '125. lawn edger 10. 26 7823489.621) 3tchg 7'5 .j
:: ..:hot water heater. Make oft with alr.water. SI"10. lit clear tre cle. Swan lake Rood Services of Pie., The March Is furnished utilities furnish pct. day of sole and balance Inch riding Snapper lawnmower
: ... .fers.. 431.1 1 11. 6/28 TFN. and last months rent. Good terms or discount for see sign Itpd. 7/S On To Rid Your Home of ed. $169/monthj. Phone with deed In 30 do,.. with vacuum unit ROUND BALES OFHAViFresh

..-....". .. TRAILER SPACESi$3S, month. cash.1 to 5 acres with nice Nuisance P..*. Call 964-6112 or 964-9261. Itchg MOTOR VEHICLESi 65 CMC run good. $400. cut. $15 each. 80 'i

..:,. .., water Included. trees overlooking lak. from FOR RENTs a .bedroom brick 964-5934. 6/21TFN, 7/9 diesel bus 30 f.. Streamline 1 Miscellaneous Items Phone Woods Brooder, $10 each
$3,900. $500 down.SSO .. home, 69 truck all. Phone 782-3)40). (
Motor Dodge 7/9 are or
782-3394. llpd
HONDA 400i 4 cyl., good HOUSE 2 bedroom. $190. home. 100 feet on lekeGeneva
month. Commercial lots on Infants mobile with utility body and 30 ton TFchg ;:.
1 BEDROOM
: I tr :"condition. $650. Must sell. 1st and lost month. ./e. S2SO p. ABVSITTINCi to TWO ,
-".... '.:1:1: S.W. 4th Terrace. lake 496-2903. 7/' Itchg. 473-4379. 7/S. home, anytime. Phone deposit. Phone 964-6112 or pickup. 72 Matador 61 9648088. Itpd 7/5 FORECLOSURE PROPERTY I ,
2/22 tfnchg. 964.83'.6/21 3cl8( 7/9 964-9261. Itchg 7/9 Chevy 65 Dodge Step Van, Commercial and residential. of
"';: -$WI.r.' 6/29 2tpd7/5. :: "i tRSONA" r ri I 45 ft. Goocneck trailer wilt 1 CHAIN LINK PENCI I.. Inside City .-efj, Hampton.I .f",

.3 ist iVrd'E' ..'ACRES$* on'<<>> 'ai4 neon ;> 'electrl FOR $ LIHerrl..".. sterf patio," boa..J 2S AUTO PAUbT. .."y.hauP'of>' 136* MOBttfTNOMEi 2 BR, 4' axles.. 14.ft. tagolonctrailer 'I. _t.lal. Do It yourself end I Guaranty Federal".>.Storke
1"QIt' '
7TiTtn bedroom ri 2 .bath- on'- -/well; i .-', .,' ..... '", ,. )' Keystone Height $300 horsepower Johnson new the day or night. SI30/month. $90 deposit .r 5.000 lb. forklift. save. Installation available. office. Phone 964-9000. 6/28
\ Toblei
lot; down $89.81 per month* and seat Reasonable. Phone Phone 964."12 or "" .526''. RESTAURANT EQUIP | Free estimate HondyMon i TFchg! '
acre battery can.
,.landscaped on. go.
.?.., Cjsntrol heat/air; fireplace; CUSTOM: MADE Phone 473-4098 or 473-4367 caver. 16 feet fiberglass ski 1 9648314.621 3tchg 7/5 Itchg 75WA.IHOUU and chair etc. OFFICI.1 Fence Co. 964-8999. TFchg
.. EQUIP Copy machine etc.AHOSPITAL
tiimot
':' 4" : closets. Eat In kitchen.Lots DRAPERIESFree after 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg boot 69 horsepower Mercury NOKTIICAHOUNAMOUNTAINS
: 'dar
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1 i
,;.? distributors for completely LAWNS MOWED OARAGEi; EQUIP 79 lIMEROCKi Allen Taylor.Lawtey. .
Local anytime. -
of extras. Call W. S. alt.......", new battery :>
Rlv.rs, 496-2241 washable natIonallydv.rtii.d NEW MOBILE HOME ..Y. and extra prop. Phone 9648314.' 6/21 3tchg IOO/month with offIce hospital beds, oxygen 'tent Phone 782-3172
owner I.
Gard..". 964-6112 964-9261. etc.ELECTRONIC EQUIP)' after or
? \ 73PRER Phone or weekday 6pm. ideal) for small
473-3041. 7/S
TFN. PARTS STORE alto Itchg :9 Acres
6/28/ and hundreds
Video recorder
; l, Draperies. saw Enterprises.Ed TFchg j anytime weekend. TFchg
Whirlpool. GE RCA parts. of other gadgets. All I farm or anything you
Mow
Loma Stephens ESTIMATES
51 : : or WHEELERS betweenKeyctoneMelroie. FOR RENTi :2 .bedroom, unfurnished want to use it (or. All
ol wrenches, compressor '
496-22.9.31. TFN. lawns, trim shrubbery edge FURNISHED APARTMENT) 3 sorts BAHIA HAY Argentina
fancy borders Rood :
no a
cottage wooded. !
SELL sidewalk, plu landicap- large room nicely furnished welder and miscmore. 1 I highly fertilised. Phone'
; MUST ,
: SAW SHOPt Complete \
CLARKES: $129 which
cheep per road gives
|lust
479-2401. tin chg 4/19. TERMcash except 1 I ravel
:. .. l/nmedlaic delivery Liquidation! ol sharpening service, utilitIes Ing. NICK'S LAWN SERVICE. ; gas, lights, and water 9646071. TFchgWATSON'S 'J
month plus of Ml.
all new all steel buildings you pay Phone 782-3394. Itpd 7/9 furnished. Private entrance.Inquire real ..to... JOHN CRIMES access. Plenty
60x108x15$2 25 per sq. tt hand chain circular saws. Leave mowerblades at FOR RSNTt2 Bedroom 473-3418. Itchg 7/S at 603 E. Washington AUCTIONEER. Itchg 7/9 HOUSE OF Laurel. Plenty of wild "

40x72x14 SI'.93 per sq. It. Lake mobile home.Married cou Ave., Storke. 6/21 TFchg VACUUMS Many brands anew game in the nearby
I Crews: Building Supply. female cattle lost
Call lOSTi forest. Owner needs to
Collect 1.904387.2889I Used
: ,I.. WasherdryerA/C, garbage .. vacuum
"".>' Steel, Buildings Butler. 7/3 TFN. June 29 In Keystone Hf.erea. .. : Parts tell this tract SM.Kuooo: l'
I I and water furnished HOUSE ON KINGSLEY LAKE machines available !
:4 :-_ -_ _ _ loa USE THE IAUNORAMAT at no pets. $160 plus $50 cell 473-29S1' or47949S9. for: rent by week: July 9-19, ; .f. ([ ; and accessories for all Terms $200.uu down \ i
I .100 the Handy-Way. Itchg 7/. ntiGOOD ( : '
Hw, by security. Behind Western J : July 23-29. August 13-31. vacuum systems. 404 NW assume loan.Mountain I'
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I ; -': 01 BRASINGTON We have a wash dry fold Auto on SR-21B. Call Phone 964-7986. Itchg 7/S 10th Ave., Gainesville, l
p. :I Cadillac Oldsmobile service' : .25 p.r lb. Attendant GARAGE AND PLANT SALE '1978 SUZUKI GS SSOt very phone 376-7110. TFehg cabin with fire-
, .'...:..:. on duty. TFN 479-1948. 5/31 tIn 9 a.m. S p.m., Friday PRICES PAID for used THREE BEDROOM HOUSE 1 good condition. Must sell place. .Dandy garden .
1 I Sales 4V Service through Sunday beginning. mobile homes If mortgage Is Phone 782.3769 dun
./ both. carpet 1000. .
garage This is handy man
1I I r,1L fine Selection Of Used SEPTIC TANK AND CREASE FOR RENTs Office space orretail July 6. et Whit. Send Loire. 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S AC central heat across Ing day. It pet '15 special spot. because a it is not I' :
Car Taken On TRAP cleanouts. New lines, business space. Hwy Take II north to SR-IS2 MOBILE HOME SALES from Southslde school.
Cadillac Trade reasonable. Jo. Forsyth 21 north. Call 473-3288 or fellow pavement :1 mile. 9645606. Open 7 day S290/month. SIOO deposit. WALKING TRACTOR Good wI3 fliIJIIn finished Inside. roughed .

431-1022. All business appreciated. 473-2226. tfn chg'910.Ads Good bergelns Include weekly. TFchgWANTEDi Phone 964.7200 from B to 9 condition $300. Phone .. S S S S wired and plumbing com .
2001 N.W133785301GAINESVILLE 3/31 TFN .... ., pleted. Water and the out
belt ,
canoe, "' 479-1677' after 5 964)9489.) Itchg 7/S I'
or p.m. ,
n GetResults fishing and .beech stuff Mobile home. axles p.m. 2" Thru 6" !side is completed. Large,

I ROOFING:New or repair Many tropical plants and and tires. Will pick up. TFchg STUl CUTTING Fresh Okrei Feat Rotary deck overlooking mtrin. .
II II I Also do ether work (Block ....k.... Itpd 7/S OLiN'S MOBILE HOMI SO cent Ib.. cut dally end You can live In it while '
I :: ;RADIATOR laying and carpenter). For SALES 9645606. Open 7 kept In refrigeration. Mu"ray' Drilling Equipment you finish it up. 5 miles .

c", SERVICE free estimate, call FOR SALSi 1976 Bulck Regal days a week TFchg Garden 714 Lofa.tt.St. STATE LICENSED from Murphy. $22.50000,
I :- '/",... 496.2772.6/28 2tchg 7/9. WORK WANTIDI House sports coupe, one owner .. *Storke. 9647326. Itpd ...... ..SS.155555S0S.SOPurnpm $5,000 down and assumeloan. ; .
repairs, roof repairs barnsbuilt PRICE PAID for,
CASH
.w- autometU trensmltton. A/C TOP .
;t;: MOBILE HOMttliiieiii painting room additions 7/S coins sterling dental gold,, 71$ \
$3.950.411.2097 2tchg .
SELL" ,
.1 '" CAN YOU 5 S S I I S S S S S S S S S C 0
screen porches, ectreasonable GF scrap jewelry Heal good access. .
b' '':= Brings I J 2.9 acres
i Call Mike .
prices. frames,
0i optical New & U.edSaI..Part..Servlce
,
Y""chains Your own full-time Franchise About t acre Ia rd'n
..IIUTOIS.IIUCIIS at 473-2803. tfnchg 6/28 STEVE BROADWA watch bondi. etc. Phone J.
1 ; In RefI I Es at.. rightIn area or pasture plenty ol !
.calIS 100" AMP' TREE SERVICE R. Bulllngton 9646250. this areaAnl/ NO franchise room lo build ::1 or 4

r.NcArtRs. J. WILSON Removal *Trimming TFchg cha.established g.. ,' National In EXOTIC CLOCKS E-Z Terms house! l.a\H gcntli'

.. Commercial Seal' Coating Company .. Large( trefs cover litistract.
*Free Estimate .s.SSSSSi..SS..iPIumbIn9
field.
1900. largeX>< Its .
t: :. .::. ALL TVPI MOO mrums Natural Wood Plenty of pr \'u\
". ....,.. T 473-4732 tf All advertising all signs. .i K.25I.UU.( $1.500 downpu I
MOT APPtICANTCAIPLV PATCHING Keystone Heights O rUHNITURE forms, supplies furnished. Slabs Burta. Etc. ... 5, >ment. Plenty of wild

I FREE COOLING SYSTEM 0 IEINIHINGA \ Professional Training and and] good fining in
INSPECTION AU Work Qu..*n TelephoneI9O4K782. Free Eetfasste i iSeeeUee development from Startto the area.
.: [96468101STMXE .3991 MARY KAYCOSMETICS c ... SucceSS. Nationwide advertising Remodeling Repairs

i. :;l3' RADIATOR $(IYICE PA !I A tr.* brings Buyer I ...S S I I CI S SS SI Si I I'Durrnc These are a few of over "
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.'. ..... WATERS .21x10 liMingH We have all .
-- f 1 ..... r- *>!. from Everywhere. Can you 1
:';,!' I .: Louise Starting .s.i-i3Op.: .. qualify? You must hove initiative I types of property from
NeedTV __J. excellent itill&OZINO SIsI.SSs.I...iiSS..Si $5001)0) per acre an4up.WehavetimaIItracte: I

: lv.nlftg..473.3082 '.....1 ." character (bondable A
; 1 Keystone Height' ) BulldoZer Won( .
be financially, also nave several cabins
sales ability. PUMP S SUPPLY
I /It. < 'ttv. .Repair, ? occr responsible. Commission- Large or Small houses, old farms etc [

@ ... I volume opportunity forman *LanJFHI COMPANY Write or call for free listIng t. I j.1
USED TVs For Sale REGISTERGAS AND GIRLS woman couple or brochure You can
Broker BOYS
'i.5i.:;: Reg. Real l Estate team That Can Sell Information *.PondeIWILBUR 664 N. Temple Ave.Starke. call free of charge b>'
GuaranteedDANMER'S AND OIL without obliga""" dialing l-aoo-UH-7421'
; I No Age limif. ,
;: 301 North. Trail Motel Lawtey 90S S. TSBp". $4.UP Summer Vocation $$$ REALTY.W.. RIO WATER; Fla. Write or call todayI..VMMOMPANV. > i .
1-11 OOPM-, .,i30 PMHome IRC. Port-time work available TROUT ".....,
., Office 782-393 NN Immediately. One week BROKER 'tnmnt: : : I
f: .I
182.3890I Phone P.O. Ben 184.0Ces..Ibenry us1 w. Uaot 1& .... .I I
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.-1 only. Tremendous earn-
BottlesA PI 32787 964-7Q6t
0647923PANEUHC I Ings. Special meetings at 004-0725 Pus. %IL.IUJfI\. V.<<'. :2H-MW
STAlKS Starke Holiday Inn en 854-6845 Home "j. t.: .'
1 IAWTS.Y: Motor Homes Filled Tuesday. July 10 at 10 a.m. .
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,;;..'. 3 BR. frame home, with HOME WITH INCOME over I sharp. (Parents welcome). LAMDCLCARING
NORMAN TRAYLOR )
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iv: FIREPLACE on8.2 acres. SR 1.800 sq. It-, CB 3 BR, 2 HWtestl. Wusisi Not connected with HolIday I (Ii
bath FIREPLACE. PLUS 900 I I Inn. No phone calls. Madame :'
Tim Jace i.
229W.. sq. ft efficiency- AND FILL DIRT \3 3Starke. ;:

lots. St. Clair St.CONTEMPORARY I I 14.. .1! MISS THIS fit t
3 BR. 1200 sq. ft.. STUCCO separate II' CENTER DON'T Fl. 964-5374 !, ,
lot ......... I MEETING. Palmist. t.
.1:"': home Off I 2 acre home In NO An7823422 tf> I f
c Paneling Molding I ..... :T- 'Advisor
i" quiet neighborhood over I Psychic Equipment On Hand .I

SMALL ACREAGE: 1.200 .q. I.. 3 BR, tile both I Kitchen: CabInets __J-_ -__ __- -_ -, lfJ' Two WMeel. Drive Leader With Orading So* i ,
approved, .i. reid your ent*. (tie' Av.s.i Cit ..... '
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playroom. FHA Counter i.j .1I Dozer JO 3SO 0 Wy Slats ,.
$1.16.800 to $10 to acre$9.000 sit.per.. acre. Neil Court.RETIRING I Vsr tf.s Tope I I LAIIICI.EAIUMI & FILL wirr .1 *H .Hir* ot Me suds ..1...e. Courtn< j jMsr"sge. I LergeOMerJOrSO 4 Wsy Bled. ,,, ." -:, ,' I.' 1

I. M' Hwy, 2008. 'i" : I Las Suit. end I". *."..* Pour Wheel Drive Leeds. With Moot (take. Ov .uch... (, .. I I''" .;
.:.:- Fronting 225W. and on two> county ? Check this, out. FREEESTIMATES I I Large Or Smalt Jobs : S eeui..t>on* Overcome |r.ubies.enemi ,M UAUSHCHIPPER' '<*(5'SMAU 1 ,.' ,
both kiKher living I '. :
1
graded roads. 1 BR. I ** S ostf tuck AND tAMOE DUMP TRUCKS ,
: ;. St. dolt St. '
;._ 10 pet. to 20 Pc?. down. -to area, garage. I I Dozer Work Ins SpiritvM Medium. Tew' *'yei ..nf. you .teed to ?_ Serytoas Provided .._-_' ,?L ;

:.i 10 pet. Interest with up RANCHETT: 3 5*. 2 both., I Val.CIII.JeSJlHI IIno.'.... .* *v"oo'l. any e/ner yew h*.e ever ,OrISsye Lsndctosnlng ; .,
.. ., to year to pay. CB home en 7 acres. fenc. Moeoe OrftkMige tXtctte "V'
ed. ."IltO trailer hook-up I CO. I i&I Foundations I II 'Asuted Custom Lot Clearing 1 I\ ,
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LAKE GENEVA PrellS I ComA.n'''' *..-.,.,. Custom .e Worfc ,'

HANDYMAN WITH |MAGINATION 1 1403. TrtonipaonSt IOIdCOCsCOMPIenf 1 i *Top Soil took for the sign bt:' front of her frame Locatedon Materials .Hauled_' ,.

needed for All HOMES SHOWN I 1 I I U.S. 301 South In Starke Aeeross From Topsoil led ClayMssonty ,

mis shell home. Requires APPOINTMENT, pNLV I JIMMY MARTIN ; 964523OJJ : KOA Campground ,P* Out1 llmow* \ .wdOrM

relocation' 964-6711 ... PHI Send .ei I -_ __ -1_ Ooeti O.lIy' 00. to 10 00 .m Pn 944-8713 I
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Chuck Dickinson' and an error loaded Dyal was 1-3 to back Hemme offen Kill-GlIS .Y., 4 ...... ."kl., :.
BBBB ****"""""" .
the hags and Keith Northrup's check. sively. KfwtoiM survived a four rwl. tinning ,
swing walk (which started a chorus of MtaUtl M11154" by Gainesville High stIi ol's 1 'b i :

gripes from the Miami side) made it 1-. _lt ItIllW summer team and scored three times Ljrand OponingKeystone ', ,; "hr,
marHM.>....,....<((4-1)) j
10.It itself in the fourth to edg&.GHS''to a
was the Post 202 contingent's turn Tollohoiio. 2. KH 1 non-league game Wednesday;
to gripe in the top of the fifth as Miami Tallahassee Poet 13. the defending Post 202 took the early lea&when: Fashions : "

tied the count on a controversial play tourney champs, nipped Keystone in Mark Pridgen crashed an inside-Uie-' Blvd. .
at the plate. Miami's Mike Diaz the last first round game Friday nightas park home run at GalnesviUe"t' fenceless : Lawrence :

started the frame off with a bloop hit Bryan Tease lined a home run over field with Toby Dillow aboard. 413.2882

to right, pinch-runner Raul Zoran the left field fence in the sixth inning CHS then scored four times in the 1

moved to second on a bunt, the next and winning pitcher Luke Ungtaub first against winning pitcher Tommy ljou. fr. CordiallyJsnvllsd 1

batter walked and Rudy Martinez allowed the hosts only four hits. Honour, who was making hU first

singled past diving KH shortstop Ed- Losing pitcher Toby Dillow ((2-3) start of the year.

die Dyal to load the bases. Rex had scattered seven hits around The score stayed the same until the Jo Our Cjrana \ speninahur&aay t
Peroza then lined
out to Toby Dillowin
before Tease's one out blast snappeda fourth when KH pushed three men .
center with Zoran running from 1-1 tie.Keystone. across. Pridgen had another
RBI
third on the catch. Catcher Bob took the lead In the fourth Bob Hemme hit by hit, : &' '
was pitch
with the 5 at : 1
Hemme took the throw on the left side as Chuck Dickinson powered a bases loaded to tie the game and rrlday ur day, .
of the line and lunged at Zoran who
sacrifice fly to center to Shawn Prichard's '
score mark ground out allowedthe
swerved 'inside the chalk and was Pridgen, who had reached on an error winning run to come across. Jut 5ih 6tll & 7in Stem. 1
called safe. Keystone Coach John Mc. P/OOom to ,
Cullough fumed over the call, conten- and base moved along on Bob Hemme's Pridgen was two for three with his 5f30pmtorn. .
rap. three ribbies Prichard

ding the call Zoran stood ran and out it of was the 1I.Huerta's baseline. but Post Inning 13 then later tied with the score off Dillowan four, Keith Northrup, 1-1.was and two Toby for 'IA-/ B.""*. 3L,..., O_ S.!<:I.n Of S". ,,,,.;", j jo
Larren Levy DUlow had two stolen bases and two
towering double to left singling in Hal Creech who had also runs scored. ( S"I" & ::!Jr. '.
gave his club a 2-1 lead in the sixth but singled. y ,.,." ., ",._ ".,. !

KH tied it back with in the 1- lliJMNO-I '
up a run Shawn Prichard

reached bottom of on the a fielder's frame. Tommy choice,Honour movedto were Hemme one and for one for and Keystone Clark Stovall while aril ww.w/l..1 .050503.4 W.Mav. &! .!) .". ,. dt Bargain.rfc: .4 3or Our t?

Keith
Northrup had one Notes on the Tourney
second on a ground out, and Eddie hit in three
at bats each
Dyal's two-out line single brought him 1- NIIIIS41. Brian Tease of Tallahassee was yranJ Opening. Jfy 5tk, 6lh, Ill I !

home. ,..- -....-.... named tourney Most Valuable Player
Dickinson n __ _and___ _Rnatir_ ___* were n._ _1.2_ _And___ w.U..I..A.. '_'-_ ___ ."_._'._. Sunday. He was five for 14 for the ''
weekend but much more importantwas I-I."I' Wd1I S..J:J1..lUJl..1 ORI gJ 0-1, ,,,. UL Witt :' l

his clutch hitting. He homered to

Clip Me! beat Keystone Friday and scored the B. ;L 11LMp :;;l.vaJ.2 S.ung Yo.. .. ?t
winning run against Gainesville Fri 11 AI MA

r day. Gainesville won two individual ,,,".,-""/ ( &> Raney 'j'

Bring Me in'rT II Dale awards taking with the center Best Batting fielder Average Ricky Qr.1 fN..4lN.1l.f rrel 0..2 """II' :J.,. ll e."",r.l.t UI..d 'to u 'as i iSo

award for his 7-for-14, .500 plateworkand
II Alan Banes taking the Pitching Sift B,. yo. e.JJ ..A tu**.... r

Award with his lO'/i innings of pit- ...-:.;. .'. :. ': ::" ',: '::. ," "",,:' ,:.:'.:::' .'." ,:.'....::.\' '
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equipment uppJId.I 4MS NW .ln St. Mob'rt Dull. .._.one. nece..erv. Llvo-ln.
) additional portraits offered at reasonable I-IU4..n.ra.CRT Equal Opportunity Employer.DISHWASHBF1. plus small pay.Call .**..lll ,_

prices, with no obligation. See our large I openlno OPERATORImnNdl.N I year axoe- nlnpIJ., enparlence. Full tlm.. .pre_. OCaOcvcrlunlty.MOTEL MANAGE.Mutb

Decorator Portrait. Satisfaction always, rlence.MANPOWER 3.7S hour.Temporary 1 1o t.Oil -" perion.ALSO Pull Apply time In Maintenance oeraon .....rl.ne... end por.onablo.P. .
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RESTAURANT SUPERVISORs atecroatlonal Club M.n HAIRSTYLIST
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/ experience r.0UIC5dA.Oly reatauronl. bar. pro chop and with ftonto clientele Top convmlialon.
These Days Only II In perton only athletic facllltle *IJ.ODO* _r. Sale, P.40. _. Paid
I Holiday inn Wef. I I-75 a.SR M Pie. ***land rovumo to M...._. vacation New hop In prime
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July Thurs Fri Sat. Sun 1213.1415 SALES CLERK-Muit typo. Hlon -
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for lea. School 40 hour week In nanny wanted to take
care of
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rooulred oood tvplnaend per hour with no 1- Included.Must hvoown
South Walnut St. Starke, Fla. : horthnd skills. send return ence Good future. Reply to Dopt. c.r..e..* deXrod. Salary People needed_....to. work from
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I I 190-VS excellent condition. 11.000 Goad condition S1000 lad DODO Pick-up, tow ,..
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J 173 Mercury 110I1_. 4 door. MIN Interior Pow i'' brake a
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nolno atand OM M payment 170-7443 .
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all brick ranch on I acre In Joh- ._. Wall maintained 1 baov
noon Ft. vtlllty room laroo room on laroo fenced lot In convanlont -
7 greened porcn. S41.on.MIMIS.MBLHOSBI NW nelohooihoudMarpuerlt 1
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And LAKE> CANT FBICO *L. llnoo, MB ALTON
Drainage ... on Canal. Cantwrv II 171-1994

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for CvM 47S-IXM or 4SI-4t1
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011.900 Term. Call t....". Mil b atmfes
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LAUD WORTH LIVING ONI OOOO HAV PASTUP.OJ. M acre* room cream panollno} 5.
II and vt Alicia Bermuda, fertlllied. flroploco. ISIS : ft '=
acre tract wllh M '
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Lake Butler Fla. 4962013FISHIN' Metro** Mwv. freo*. will divide Into contour npd
on II. Owner flnaneed / pool.
KlVCft 4....tv,bath wtttl _.... to *utt your- l acre otmo par __. Let me sun a breeaa m >.*p* .'
ai central 95.3/la/r. .uY N0aV and pay wish Owner flnanclnp. Call NormonNlver the poet out Spend ummr In .-._ :
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PIANO WUftLITZCO UPFJIOHTleTO sloes/ -a510.ITS-JToaovenlnp. Call 375105.
Minnow Seine with dofiumldltlor, welnutfioiwi. .
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GENERATOR. 5bn. 2.I100$ OOLP CLUBS rofoIOnol
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ilia. Como In now end place MOP.OCCAM CAPTANS.170 one HOUSE PULL 0. "U.NITU".

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