Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01714
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#' : .', The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
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.;'i 52st issue Thursday July 12, 157' LISPS 082-7 W ,,vvtUnr

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C' 'f :' t H thief Bowen, Jimmy Epps 'Enter,

tace for Starke Police Chief, ,: : ,:i, I

Schaefer Ne Qualifies_ for Council' : ,1 1n'

I Ir ,;:,A ,Jimmy Bowen Jimmy Epps efficiency and effectiveness of the ,I
race developed quickly Tuesday for police department. 'i i l
police chief, and council: veteran Commissioner Joseph warren said !
Charles Schaefer qualified for the he doesn't know if he will enter the
U.S. Sen. Richard (Dick:) Stone makes a point during a owner Gus Kopclousos. 4-H advisor Lowell Parrlsh Police Group 2 council post now held by Joe race for the commission seat from I
question and answer session with about 39 local residents Chief Jimmy Bowen former Gov.Charley Johns and Mrs. Warren.
Warren has served the
I Friday In the Garden Restaurant Shown (l-r) with Sen. Lucille Green. Two city commission seats from Croup Z on
commission since ins lie was named
Stone are waitress Lorna llerbut. Garden Restaurant
groupe2and4thecity clerk and chief mayor and council chairman October I 'i
police will be up for re-election 1978. He was removed as mayor r

.. Sept. 11. June 4, 1979.
S \ .. ""Qualifylng' opened Tuesday July Warren currently has a suit filed
Depression !r' : "' 110/at noon and will close noon July 24. against the city commission, charging ,
Entering the race for chief of police his removal was Illegal because : 1 1i
are city employee Jimmy R. Epps his civil rights were violated. i
and current police chief Jimmy

:; That is Biggest Question for 1980, U.S. Sen Dick Stone Says Bowen.Epps works as the assistant purchasing Group Warren 4, Silcox was unavailable, commissioner for com from j

agent the city and this Is ment at this time. No other candidate

"The question of whether we'll have <-ment should take immediate steps to around the entire country but there Is his first election.A. has qualified for the Group 4 seat yet.

a depression In 1980 Is vastly more im- make up the 500,000 barrels per day no truth to it, the senator insisted A retired Intelligence officer in the Charles Schaefer will be running ,, :,

portant that any damn election," was shortage and In the long run shouldpush All Alaskan oil being produced now U.S. Air Force Epps Is also a former for commission seat 2. Shaefer works Jimmy' Epp signs check for 1761 +

Sen. Dick Stone's retort to a question to develop new sources of energy is staying the United States Stone Starke policeman. < at .Camp Blanding as a full-time to qualify for the<< race for police chief.Brooker t II
about whether the senator will sup to make the country self-sufficient by said. Some 330,000 barrels per day of Epps> : 39, promises to end high technician with\ the National Guard. .t.tf'
port President Jimmy Carter for reelection 1985. Asked about the prospects for Alaskan oil are being processed each speed chases to revamp the administrative ,
in 1980. Sen. and to Schaefer was a city commissioner I i
the policies
in design
sufficiency energy, r-a_ 1'1
the East the
on Coast senator
day six and from 1974-76.
contrafor years mayor
lawful .
for of
Big question for 1980 is the possibility Stone replied: said. Stone said some Alaskan oil la' band system disposal Schaefer was defeated by Ted 545 S ,
for a depression the senator said in being traded for lighter weight at no extra cost to taxpayers. ,
"Prospects are good if we developfuel Ogelsby in 78.
said he will not lose his
''t! no uncertain terms brushing aside from other sources" Stone men- foreign oil from which it is easier to Epps city' Merrill Edwards 4 ''
Mr. Democrat's (Guy Andrews appeal tioned making gas from coal. make gasoline, and this might be the Job hours u he campaigns only during.off- will runClerk for the position 'whenhe h
to get behind the President and source of the false ,
assumptions.One can the money together Toqualify .'.
Bowen, 45, has been chief of police ,
; support the Democratic ticket In
980.( d
"' for clerk Edwards must I
; visitor pointed out another since 1973, and served on' the city city "
Sen. Stone said he was' state which is benefiting from lower commission from 1969-71, He was have $850.51, !
by President Carter's canceled untility bills because of nuclear also police for six years prior Edwards said She, hasn't heard if .... "
speech. Stone Is hoping for a pro power. Sen. Stone said he could cite to becoming chief, anyone else will be running" for'theposition'he's ';
policy on energy and inflation,he told an example right here In the state Bowen held three years. Edwards ;
has pledged to continue his has had only three in"the j'j'n
an audience of some 30 during opponents
persons where Florida Power& Light has two
Wt efforts to modernize and increase the, 10 elections he's been in.
a hour-long stopover at the
nuclear plants both of which are I )
\ Garden Restaurant in Starke last Friday down now for refueling. As a result ; <
t, from 6 until after 7 p.m. FPL customers have been paying in : ; ,

,.?. ,, j'This will be the most Important recent: months a much higher fuel adjustment S I 4 1

fft.&: :..*Stone speech laid.the.President.)iapefuiiy will.,..ston..iel make Sen.be ,considerable,charge; reduction but(should,in that notice extra a" ..... -......till5rSb: .t..JimmyflnM.7 '!!.. .." ,, .'... "1' !
S believes the President can recoup his charge as soon as the two atomic' ,,, 'oA,,,' ...,;" ,';."' I. ',
failing political fortunes by spelling powered electricity: producing plants \. ,'i:
out how the country can produce and are back In operation. ,

a obtain more energy. i Asked about new methods, of producing ;
,' The senator answered questions on t oil from old wells by injecting 1

( I! the SALT II treaty with the USSR the ..,hwa ... ...., steam or water, Sen. Stone cited one
food stamp program; the energy problem case he knows of in California Sixtyoil -
and his stand on the Panama wells were producing 100,000 bar Marshal;>'
,.. Canal treaty: The Senator said in pG rels of oil per day using the steam ;
Keystone Heights, in answering questions method Stone said but the operationhas I
on national health programs been shut down by objections

I particularly senior citizens? benefits, from environmentalists.That :
that he is against "cradle to grave" one operation could make up
( programs but supports curative, .' one-fifth of the country's 500,000 bar-

I preyenative care programs. rels per day shortage Stone pointedout .,
lifting his hands In supplication. Town Marshal Tommy K. Hauler-
was Stone's sixth straight yearly Stone clearly meant that an easing of son's resignation was accepted by ci-
t visit to Bradford County. It was also environmental restrictions in some tv commissioners at its meeting Tuen-.
the sixth county Stone had visited Fri cases will be necessary if the country ..r day night.;July 10. i'\
and he headed I .
day was to Columbia '
:: County after he left Starke past 7 p.m. ., ), is to become self-sufficient in energy. Charles Schaefer right, hand City Clerk Merrill, Edwards a check for, 112(1( to In a letter Raulerson tiled his full- h
\, (nee 9\> qualify for 2 commission nat, corrections officer and
It was a campaign promise of Stone's '".'I page Group time Job as a :
r that he would visit every county,at personal commitments I as reasons for
his .
least resignation.A
once a year.
I :\ replacement for Kaulerson wilt
Trouble getting gasoline ,'
brought on h .
the discussion of the country's energy be discussed in a meeting July 24. At.
Extension of Corporate Limits torney Jess Wolbert said he doesn't ,
problem. The 30 gathered to talk to et' "' ', ", '
know of that coul&be:
Sen. Stone kept that discussion going ,r anyone appointed +
for almost half an hour with .t.; because an appointee( would
question \, .
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after ;
question.The ; ,:,,;, ""
Is c\! "1'", \, Wo bar| said a. special election.. .
500.000 barrels of \ \i" '"
crude oil country per day short right now, Sen. ';\i .:!KI'"{<" : might' be!,; necessary to replace ,
'.'. Council '
; Stone began The Federal Govern- <: Eyed Hampton City : Kaulerson. Elected officials aren't

I ., required. to have police I standards.\ "

Wolbert said he -would check on
t : '; Sw Hampton city limits may be extended residents and of those being annexed.If he has warned for breaking the 40 alternatives to a special election. '
r7 ." ''ih'11i' t1tUn) ttC" ..... and a Hampton policeman may be either group votes less than 51 per mph limit heed the warning. Wade .
11 1\\',, patrolling US-301 if plans of the city cent for annexation falls. The area to said. Wade said out-of-lowners going In' other :business commissionersdiscussed I'
Sen. Richard Stone council go through. be annexed should be contiguous to over 40 get a ticket.In a missing lawn mower a .
The council talked about extending the present city limits,,compact, and. bad dog. and the naming oll'ol..Erf,, {} "
the city limits to take in at least all urbanized.' other action the council: win T Koch as Honorary Alligato : :
developing nuclear plants, getting oil Catcher of Brooker. :
1 customers to be on the new water
., AA from shale rock and that solar due to energy.the system to be built in the town. If the Was told by engineer Jerome Kellyof Instead of replacing the missingnew i
: k: 4j rte. .e But he pointed out nuclear re corporate limits are to be extended Radar I'nll Sverdrup& Parcel that the hearing', lawn mower, commissioners
Three-Mile-Island Police Chief to validate bonds for the moved that the old one be repaired for I
., J the Is scared of Rick: Wade cautioned the To Be Kept new water
c! r.. mishap country and said that nota council to be certain the enlarged city The town police car will have a.: system is set next Tuesday.July) 17. at approximately S50. '
I'J'k.! nuclear power now. Includes US-301 so the town can radar unit the council decided with 8:30: a.m. If the bonds are validated The bad dog owned by Wilbur J. I
i manufacturing
!: !r single nuclear major company has an order for benefit from revenue from speeding councilman Wilt Hart dissenting. But as expected the city council u ill meet Sanderson makes it difficult for Paul I
,; ,I.:_ .' plants which tourists on 301. at the urging of Curtis' the council August 20. a Monday at 7:30 p.m. to- Prescott to read the water, meter. '
I; .' ,.' one now. Solar energy, may Mayor Ted Curtis and Councilman agreed the town should have radar to open bids. The council adopted a Prescott said Sanderson had been ,
is '
well be the best long term solution
;I ,.', ', ., Wilt Hart are to meet in the Bradford clock: speeders.The resolution June 14 setting ,up the. reading his own-imeter.
I ( '' =--..' i stillyears Stone said.Prospects away. from mass.production property appraiser's office to look at unit presently in the police can '., ,grounds for (she water lystem. Col ErwinT Koch, listed in Who's '\
,.\;, .. ,.. ,,:. for self-sufficiency are aerial photos and determine how be bought for 91.500 with payments Who in the World as a humanitarian.
.' "' I .'. .' 'much the city limits will be extended around $51 per month. Wade Decided to put a new motor on the among other things requested via let. t,
if the UJS.
.j.\.j."t. \ I' develops an ag it was decided at the close of the. reported. city lawn mower before discussing a ter that he be named Goodwill Am- ,
I ; .1 --LYJx1L.l.4. ",v*' '0"4: ,, Eood energy policy Stone said discussion on annexation. "I can see no point in a radar,unit. ':price for the mowing job further: The: 5 bassador.of Brooker: :'" '.; {
: Senate has
: the
.. .. DYA Hod. V .' pointed out Hampton is presently one square myself" councilman Hart said, poll 'council had an offer of $ISO Tuesda$'., Wolbert 'suggested Koch be named4,
: Men'os.fthllJIi' for '
S. t' debating an policy
) '.', 4. : energy mile In size Councilwoman Wilma ting out the city had been without a night per month'to mow the city HonoraryAlligator Catcher and theimotion !
5. i( To ._i ',, '. /'i, years and has yet to adopt an energy 'McDaniel f
ft \ first brought up extending radar unit for a long period of time. grass. was passed unanimously '
} : r ..* <; AU..lI.III. ; policy the city limits, Curtis suggested the "If we're not going to put It to use it t ,
.. : -., .';1 '.,:'II' town limits be extended one mile 151 per month wasted, said Hart, '

'', .i'IY.t.--M9>. ,,py.'Jllh, r', ;"'";.tllt", ..,.I out Why of Ms)this Alaskan country oil being ship behind the present line. pointing out the city;; policeman has Rescue Unit 60 to G( t New 'Cli ussis. 1' .. I !
; I, '. After attorney Reggis Flynn drew a ticketed two speeders In the past four ,
: I Ilfci' a flk.tt1l02V Charley Johns wanted to know'That sketch showing the would be nine and .the otherdidn't. the"iother r
.' OInn.a' '" i Alaskan oil Is being sold to city months. and. one paid ,The. Bradford. County ,Hospital ."undependable, >and '
7p.m. I"
Meetln,1' other, countries, is a falsehood Sen. times larger or nine square miles if Board passed a motion to buy a ,new rescue unit used as a backup. '"
,' :f ; ( limits to be extended mile car should have radar
v .... ''t! Stone said. 'That story is circulating were a out The police chassis for a rescue unit and.negotiate 'Libby said the conversion woul/, i. '1
> ( ward the council took another look. and the town should get them for C
; .. later with the county commission take 30 to 90 days r'
School Wad 7 J ,
$SC' ... More discussion: followed after speeding",Curtis said to buy an entire unit Board member Curtis Sanders ask*, ,
1..: '. "Thai's right. If we're going to pay ed il the X-ray unit was. creating i
which if was determined the council) is any;: ,_
.: '.' "'y' ,. ; .I...,: Index "' undecided about how far the city for It,, Hart said. Marcus Drewa, president of the difficulties, and Libby said it was havi, '.t.a
,"U: ; lYSnlt4rdylatlt! --r" ', :.. Speed limit in Hampton Is 30 mph.Anyone but
H, ',' ..... :"S ; : limits should be extended and the Jacksonville?. Methodist HospitalFoundation. ing .some, difficulties SO" far-
:.r .1..C.uncll.7' meeting with attorney Flynn was set ,, going 40 mph should be .Inc..said tie thought buyIng "- there had been no turnawayi. -. .
"TI" ,TWOSECTIONSECTIONAL ; up to establish that.A ticketed the mayor said That.would a new chassis now would be tM A ncwX-rsy machine, which: would '
\ J s' > mile would take in Hampton give. !tf mph leeway het pointed out. best move for BC).. cost anywhere from S115. t)t' to ,, i
JA'CKSOWSiiiLDINGj : Society . . Pages JA,4A,7A; Lake it was pointed out after Curtis Lower the limit to give tickets at 33 David Libby. 'hospital administrator 1200.000. will have'to' walt,until the :
' i,: Editorial .. .V. .',, ,... pa.4A suggested that much extension. ,mph ensued. explained the cost of emergency room"''remodeling. plans, 1
,, N.w.'i...i 1A.2A.3A "That not a bad Idea," said Chief "What,do you think Rick?'" iskeod.the buying a new chassis and convertingthe are shaped u Drewa said # \ "
: SUPPLY of< sta" Legal. ,_ . .. .. Pag 14A Wade. mayor. old modular unit would range. A contractawarded'W4ortherkTelecom ;
t' Obituaries. . ,v. Page 12A -You've got to think what r they'd be "I'm going to do what )'OIHII. say anywhere from 132.000 to 115.000. He, .,> for a new telephone system,'
> "
t hwy 3d' 8 964-6078( for attorney Flynn caution that's aU." said Wade. said Clay County had converted: their is in limbo Drewa K.y.lon_ M.'ghtaHwyIOOAnd2t SECTION 8; paying Then, U council decided toga back' ,modular unit for JiS.OOO. -' A contracts for Clay County'Atemoriaf'nHospitaiEdFrasierMemorialtaMcw'')

; : : : .AQyu .Sports:,. .'. ..*. pat.s i...10SI ed.Under, state ,law., annexation re- I49 JnpfcuiMnv.. ,st "i' v, t v <*jf'm a.,: Rescue.unit: :a61, is.t the>primary/; ,.' \ +
.... r <*:,,.-''J, 4T3-4973 Wades I, .most' Hampton residents rescue unit with rescue unit M .Clenny and,BClt are signed* ,;

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I Page* TELEGRAPH \ July 12, l'7f

I Architect Craig Salley Wants InterpretationOn

I.. Basis of Which School Board Will Pay him

Architect: Craig Salley wants an Interpretation board's budget, in Salley's professional out the school board could leave l out
of his contract with the opinion, the architect: must so enough deductive alternaUw$ to. come
Bradford school board to determine notify the board If he Is to be paid according under the estimate. ''I
I whether he will be paid on the contract to his estimate. It is the "We did that on the (Phase 4)) vo-
I price or the architect's: estimate board's responsibility to make deductive tech project and it cost us .,000,"
I on the $310,174 Bradford Middle changes to come within the Supt. Tom Casey said. I I Iit
School walls project. money available before Salley does "Didn't we authorize the work?"
School Board attorney Jess Wolbert the work,or the architect will be paid Parrish asked. >
I said he will Rive the board an opinion for plans beyond the actual project "We authorized every bit of it,"
I on the question at the next board cost. Casey answered.
meet inn wnihert was not present The new contract Is aimed at pro- "Our mistake was In the amount of :
Jun.. 28 venting a recurrence of the Phase 4 work authorized" said board y
S 8M"1loJt'.I'1i fie"first on which the a new question arose with the intended to pay for less than the ti I
contract amount exceeds the architect's middle school walls project becausethe amount awarded. ttHrtsw.us: rGaaaarrastri
estimate since the project cost Is higher than Salley's
December 1978 letting of Phase 4 of estimate for the job,the first time this In other action, the board: i
the vo-tech center after which the has occurred since the contract was \i
contract between the school board changed after the Phase 4 vo-tech Was told by Supt. Casey it will be _
and Salley was modified. Salley's project."It close if the board will have enough I t
estimate on the vo-tech project was doesn't mean lot of money but money to build the new $336,000 project i al +
$1.9 million but the school board cut I wanted to clarify Jess' (school at Lawtey Elementary, The _
several items from the bids to bring board attorney Jess Wolbert) Intent board has a $100.000 balance In
the project down to the $1.4 million and the intent of the board," Salley building monies and it appears the
cost at which the contract was let. told the board. Salley said his Interpretation district will receive some $228,000 In
Since Salley had completed work on was that if the estimate was new building funds from the state,
plans for the other $500,000: and the so high that the board had to take Casey said,in answer to a question by
school board had authorized the work deductive alternates to get within the board member Pat Spengler.
\ the architect's percentage was based dollars available the architect would "We're borderline on It right now"
I on the SI.9 figure, a difference of not be paid on the estimate but on the was the way Casey put it. 1 t ;
some$28.000. The board had paid for amount awarded. .Agreed to I7,064 for contractor
plans to be drawn on work that could "That was strictly my Intent" said Ernest Triest to repair leaks in the ''' .,' :...," -
not be carried out. board member Arthur Gaskins, middle school l roof. The board and
So, a new contract was negotiatedwith meaning he intended to pay the architect Triest discussed the BMS roof at Wallace Raymond Oates 5*, laying la street after being uz a.m. at the Veteran's Administration Hospital'-hi
architect Salley and a formula on the actual project cost. length but the board found there is no hit by Ford driven by Mack Leonard (left), Oates died at Gainesville. = .. .. ,
worked out to determine circumstances "Maybe we should listen to the cheap or quick solution to repairing .J. .
under which Salley wouldbe tape," suggested business manager leaky roof Trlesl agreed torepair "
paid for deductive or additive Eddie Douglas, to find out what the leaks along main roof
alternates. In general Salley is to be board did intend."Regardless beams by installing expansion support Joints Starke Man Dies in 301 Accident i'' ''-
paid for work authorized by the school of the contractl and to repair three bubble areas Iden- :
board. If the project proposed by the something doesn't sound right, salaboard tified on the roof But to totally .. .
school board will cost more than the member J.T Parrish pointing guarantee the roof won't leak the -,

(see page .\) A 56-year-old man died after beinghit ,.
crossing north Temple Avenue
Tuesday night In front of the Terojecp.
Service Station when he was struck.
by a Chevrolet pick-up truck.
Denmark Furniture Co. Wallace Raymond Oates was walk
ing across 301 at 9:24: p.m. Tuesday

.... .." when Mack Leonard, 82, struck*him

unavoidably.Oates was pronouned dead at 12:20a

t .m. at the Veteran's Administration
Summer Clearance Sale Hospital in Gainesville. Oates reside4.: .
/ t"1 at the Magnolia Hotel.
No charges. have beenLeonard. filed agaj".

V; f L 2 OF A KIND _J uar,.,.._' I ... '

..-1Charles Man Runs Red Light-;

With 594"i': LAMPS Slightly juredTwo : .

; cars collided Thursday :afternoon :
::5 at the Intersection of Call Street
To Close Out a and Highway 301, when a car driven
x light.by Charles Charleston, 19, ran asked

5 Piece. V 4 Piece .. Charleston, from Jacksonville,'ran'
the stop light at Call Street and hit the
car driven by Romey James Burney,
DEDROO rT, of 411 N. Water St. I
J i iI Charleston was arrested for runn
Maple Or pine, Finish .. Oval Extensions( Pecan Finish Double l Dresser, 4 Drawer t : ll hfl.Healsgsufferedminorinjuries. .
I -Table With 4 Mates Chairs Chest.. Headboard And Nite Table t;| .1. V ":.i_ I laf*. 'uiiij u '>/biitiurwI : -
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$19995.| : ,: '" '$'2'9"'g' 95 \

I I : Motorcyclist Injured

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I / SAVE -10000. 4): 4 Piece, satisfactory Gordon Crawford condition 21, of after Starke flying is in, i

) SOFA, LOVE SEAT AND CHAIR! BEDROOM SUITE over Kawasaki the motorcycle handlebars Monday of his after 1978'

noon when a Ford car pulled out from
Only 2 Suites Brown Plaid Herculon Double Dresser, 4 Drawer Chest, Head Charleston after accident .n 301 and Call Street. a side street In front of him.
Gordon was traveling north on 301-
Early American :' board And Nile Table when Maggie Tomlinson, 59,pulled in;

\Oee Out $29995' w $39995 i Local Youths Arrested on Drug ChargesFour front Upon impact of him, Crawford from Walnut went over Street.the

399", C" ,.'.... r., ,. :+ 1499was1/ No handlebars of his cycle and over the,I
local youths were arrested on Powell and McRae rented an apartment rear end of the Ford car and landed,;
-rt a, .a .i-r possession charges in a at Kingsley Lake. The landlord on the pavement, according to an.
1 raid of a Kings Lake apartment be notified Clay authorities his suspicions eyewitness, Ginger Crew, who was,
LOVEoS 1 Clay County sheriffs invesgltators. and the raid followed. The pair right behind the motorcycle in. her

SOFA, T AND CHAIR 7's. has since moved out of the apartment car.Tomlinson., also from Starke, was

: Arrested and taken to Green Cove charged with violation of right-o[,
Broyhill Early American : BASKET 'f'fReg Springs where they were booked were Some of the drug was found In the way.
Johnny Powell. Tommy Outlaw apartment and some In a pickup truck Crawford was taken to Bradford
f 15' i; David McRae, and Richard Waln- driven by one of the boys.A County Hospital and remains in
gale Pf1Ce $1199 "' :. I' +$11 wright. Powell and Outlaw are charged satisfactory condition.
158400 t ;" J' with possesion of over 20 grams of
a controlled substance McRae is
charged with being in of
MARBLE TOP over 20 grams of cannabis and with Government Sets Property Sole I
carrying a concealed weapon. Wainwright -
is charged with possession of sale of government surplus property Vehicles, office furniture and
HAMMOCKS" less than 20 grams of a controlled is scheduled for Wednesday July machines, refrigerators, furniture,
I substance. 25, at the Defense Property television sets are among the items t to"
Disposal Office on Highway 17. two be sold. Property can be Inspectedfrom
95 $2995 And $7o0fly Being in possession of over 20 miles south. of NAS Jacksonville main. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily except.
grams of a controlled substance and gate.Registration. weekends beginning July 18. ,- t/!
carrying a concealed weapon is a for the sale begins at For further Information, call :C.
felony. 7:30: a.m. and the sale begins at 8:30: Laramie or B. Was .772-3411. : i.Vi}
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== Driggers has maintained the raise Eugene Whitworth to hwestifete. A six months KtefUHMI .NMRMQ M .hM served without pay.. the t
are flatting the urn"* (IOnd Bryan Hendriclii' a job In hill office. was given in accordance with the Driggers said Whitworth obtained af- May, was in effect when Yancey filed secretary: even though the law pro
Union He Mid these allegations have been
/ the MOM 0M, disband the county-wide vides for salary.
legislative mandate and the only fadavits from former commissionersS.M. a motion to a
clerk Robert DrlggMrf Mid made over and over again. question that arose at the meetingwas Brown, Royce Shaw and Shelton grand jury.Chief Judge of the 8th Circuit He said the authority also assisted
discussing/ till arrest on 48 Driggers was charged with offering denied the In the of the former Lake
Arnold Theme Yawn motion acquisition
Uendricka assistant's the amount He said his salary, saying the 1972 raise had been ,
117.000 job
a on
23, 1976. to coerce Hendricks to $llmo at that time based on population approved,while commissioner Felton June m. which was followed by Butler Naval Air Base of 1.020 acres
quietly called out of the July withdraw from the clerk of the court and the additional compensationwas Smith remembered the discussion: Yancey filing the direct information for 100000. He said :soo acres was
y, July 3, county commission. race. line with surrounding counties but did not remember the disposition Tuesday, 3.Drlggerr donated to the state for the Receptionand
B was arrested by officers of whose clerks received $500 each in and commissioner Gerald Griffls said very Influential In Medical Center for constructionIn
Department of Criminal Some of the perjury charges and Baker, Bradford and Levy counties he-did not remember the discussion. political circles,was largely responsible the early 1900's. The remaining 500
:ISW'Enforcement FDLE on counts bribery charges stem from the alleged and $600 In Gilchrist said his signature had been for getting the Union County Housing acres, some currently under recreation
aoft perjury, forgery, bribery and job offer which was the focal point Rumblings In 1973 about the added rubber-stamped on the minutes which Authority off the ground with the use, also have been sought by
sfcrjiid larceny. of both candidates advertising campaign showed the line containing the salary first 42 units In 1959. lie said when the Kerr McGee for phosphate mining.
were fully investigatedby
-- in the election. compensation then assistant state hike had been single spaced between units were fledgling he and his wife Also lilted among hit accomplishments
.ic attorney Barry two lines of the Marjorie, "moonlighted' and for$210a assisting in the construction
ompanylng FDLE agents was Chapnlck who checked the minutes double-spaced
fIi Several counts of the direct Infor- the
minutes. month kept the records and collected of Lakeside Park during
I te:Attorney I Yancey from mation against Driggers alleged he and"found nothing wrong"said Drig-- of former Gov.
, Driggers has said the of the rent. He said when 40 more administration
JBartow, who had been to investigate practice
assigned -
changed the minutes of the August 8, gers. rubber units were added June 30, 1970 he Charley Johns and building the Community
: stamping minutes was not un-
allegations against DrigSeMji 1972 county commission meeting giving He said the charges again surfacedin Center. .
resigned that position.
! ;"gem common nor was different spacing In
, himself a $300-a-month pay raise. 1976 when the Union Taxpayers the minute book. Drlggera also lists among Ms ac Driggers said he worked on a grantto
: : group met In the back room of The minute book during the investigation Association made up in part by No charges resulted In the 1976 Investigation complishments in community service renovate and build the addition to
I :ShetU John Whitehead's office where was removed from the cour- Cleatus Ward Lowell Shadd and Mar In 1977 Ethics Commission construction of King Memorial the courthouse and has helped to acquire
I triggers was read the charges, thouse for forensic analysis.Steakman. vin Pritchett asked State Attorney prosecutor Barry Silber Hospital In 1956 and Union General boat ramps and paved road In

'fingerprinted and photographed. reported, "based upon a preliminary Hospital in 1972 and the creation of the county.A .
Veteran of 261/2 years in the courthouse investigation..there Is no reason to the Union County Development member of the board of directorsof
Driggers was first elected Governor Suspends UC Clerk believe that the accused: improperly Authority. the Bradford-Union Guidance
clerk in 1952 and took office the first altered the official minutes ...or that The authority presently inactive Clinic, a Rotarian and member of
, month of 1953. the accused misused his position in was responsible for bringing Lake several other civic clubs Driggers
ers said the investigation Improperly offering employment to Butler Apparel,Thomas Metals, Pine said he has always worked for the betterment j
{order by Gov. Reubin Askew last Pending Outcome of TrialVeteran ; his election opponent Bryan Hen Air Farms and Lake Butler Fertilizerto of the community, town. and
:September and subsequent arrest dricks, In exchange for his the area said Driggers. He said he county.
wag a "source of embarrassment to Union County Clerk Robert Driggers notified of his suspension from withdrawal from the election cam-
Ijls 1 wife, family and friends." Governor Bob Graham's office by phone Tuesday afternoon,said although it was paign, and accordingly the complaint i
;:t"r no surprise, it still came as a shock should be dismissed.' I
have asked my family and Moments earlier just down the hall, in the Supervisor of Elections' office. Silber noted he questioned the RMC Accountant Appointed \
I :friends to have confidence In me. The Jerry Jessup had been sworn in as acting clerk. jurisdiction of the Ethics Commission
I charges" will be laid aside one more The suspension came one week after Driggers' arrest on 48 counts of perjury over the allegations since the charges
I time, said Driggers. forgery, bribery and grand larceny. took place before the commission was Clerk
He said he has instructed his attorneys Drl gers said Robin Gibson.Graham's chief counsel telephoned at 3 p.m. and established. A second letter two Interim Union County I
II Larry Turner and Stan Morris told him the governor asked him to notify him of the suspension pending the out. weeks later, from executive directorof I
of Gainesville, along with his personal come of the trial. the commission Larry Gonzalez .
attorney, Wayne Carroll, to ask The suspension without pay,effective at 5 p.m.Tuesday,left Driggers cleaningout confirmed the group'had no jurisdiction. clerk A non-politician following the was Tuesday selected afternoon by Gov.suspension Bob Graham of Robert to be acting Driggers.Union County I
his desk. .
II with for a it.speedy' trial and "get through "I understand it is an interim appointment... I feel confident in the judicial Among the charges were'perjury Jessup 39, said he talked to the Governor's office by telephone earlier In the i
said "I have been cleared before and I day, after they had contacted Reception and Medical Center superintendent Jim
He-said the 48 counts of bribery, system and that I will win, Driggers. counts accusing Driggers of lying his
boll down will be cleared once more." he confidentally added. undtr oath tp Ethics Commission investigators. Godwin employer. ,
grand theft and perjury all
"When I got up this morning I had no Idea I would be taking this oath said 'I i
increased his "The longer stay in politics the more enemies you make.1 takes a while to .
allegations he ownI you
Jessup after he was in by of Elections, Lottie Lee Archer.A i
I '' sworn Supervisor
clear a desk of 26 Driggers added. ers said his office has been
I salary and offered political opponent years
Lake Butler resident for four
I audit three times and has "never years, Jessup said he felt he was chosen .
been short a dime! and the continuing because he is a neutral non controversial person not related to anyone In local f:

I I :: Discusses LP Gas for Trucks motivated.harrassement has been politically government."I hope I can do a good job in the interim" Jessup said I\

City He was charged with 38 counts of "It Is is important to have a person with Jessup's expertise during the suspension
grand larceny for the theft of "more of Robert" Drigger's, as Union County is In the process of preparing its annual I
budget, said Graham.
::;\-plan to convert six city trucks to was awarded to GR-1, Inc. of munity Development Block Grant than paychecks$100"he from received the from county June for 28, A native Floridian.Jessup has been employed by the state for IS years. Priorto V
propane gas was put under advise- Gainesville for 5153. project for the Reno area Is 82 percent coming to Lake Butler he worked in the Department of Corrections in
1973, to Sept. 30, 1978. The
ment by city commissioners in its Linda Day, grants coordinator told complete. Completion date is set for $500 a month come to a paymentsof total of Tallahassee. He will be on a leave of absence as chief accountant at RMC,while I
regular meeting Tuesday night July commissioners the $300,000 Com- November. $19,000. he serves in the capacity of clerk.
Last fall Gov. Askew assigned the lie recently received a certificate from the state Board of Accounting and Is a j
3.The conversion would cost approx- registered certified public accountant In the state of Florida. ':
to lath( Judicial Circuit State Attorney
imately $3,240 but John Farmer, RR Crossing Deaths Down 43 Percent case Quillian Yancey following an The father of two received his BS In accounting from Florida State Universityand t
representative for Western NationalGas FDLE investigation. completed graduate work in accounting at University of North Florida. I
Co. in Jacksonville, said the cost TALLAHASSEE Deaths resulting) mph speed limit a cooperative educational -
would recooped within 15-18 months. from rail/highway grade crossing accidents effort called 'Operation .--
The city was without gas for its In Florida fell 43 percent in' Lifesaver' sponsored by the ,
vehicles in the latter part of June 1978 said the Florida Highway Patrol railroads the Florida Highway
when its gasoline allocation proved today. Patrol, the Department of Transportation :
insufficient and a plea for more gas Comparing 1978 with 1977 patrol and the Department of Educa- SUMM R
from the distributor Register Oil, records show that deaths at tion has been in full swing since 1976.
failed to get additional fuel. City rail/highway crossings dropped from Additional flashing lights are also be- .1
council members said they don't wantto S3 to 30, injuries fell from 252 to 193 ing erected at the. most dangerous .r 'HI'HIr
be without fuel again. and total crashes dropped from 358 to crossings.
Propane gas currently sells for 47 Beach said that many railhighwaygrade CLOSE OUT
cents a gallon,with an 8-cent tax, but 327.Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol crossing accidents happen to
is subject to price Increases Farmer director said "While some credit for drivers who live In the vicinity of the

said.Farmer (the drop could be attributed to the 55. .crashe$,,lhe red light" were flashing, i
explained that the city 'and it was daylight. Tbis indicates the ; !
would have a three year contract with 6.UI"11it1j ."i l<< W $. drivers were not aware'ofthelr;; ,ur : ; d.,:. y' t \r
Western in which time the equipment roundings or were daydreaming.A "' .
would be on lease. After three years, Brief Notes: one-hundred car train travelingat Now g On At ,
the equipment would be the city's. 50 miles per hour needs about one
2,000-gallon storage tank wouldbe WASHINGTON-Eucalyptus leaves mile to stop, therefore, the car must
installed in Starke.A provide all the nourishment and bear the burden to yielding the right-

new $475 steel door for the fire water tha koala bears need. National of-way. .
approved, along witha World magazine "The number of people being killed
department was Geographic says. VAN H. PRIEST CO.
request to have the building The word koala means "no drink" in has dropped steadily each" year sincea i
painted.Police. the language of native Australians. high of 78 in 1973, concluded
Chief Jimmy Bowen said he Beach "and with the cooperation of
.... concerned to continue the
all ,we hope
the inmates from
could request of granite"floating" decline." W. Call St. Starke Fla.
Lawtey Correctional Institution to Continents are masses \
paint the fire station when they come on denser basalt. .
out to paint the new police building. Geologists believe once there was only y J
Commissioner Harold a single landmass, which broke up TUB: BKADFOKU
member of the North Florida and began drifting apart some 180 COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ready-To-Wear .
Regional Planning Council, said million years ago. As rivers deposited .
sediment at the edges of these new I'ublliihrd every Thuridaj
Starke could have an energy conser-
the continental shelves at 135: W.Call Street ,
landmasses, :
vation study done at no cost to the ci-
National Geographicsays. Starke Florida 32091 .
ty. Along with the energy conservation were built' up 1
study, NFRPC would do a person- REDUCED % ;qt
Second Class postage paidat "
nel study for improvement."As and make.recommendations Australia's Great Barrier Reef is Starke ..'IorldaSub8Crlptlon LU 72 : ; .

long as we can get some free not a continuous single reef, but a hales ,.:rl.. .
advice I say we should go ahead and myriad collection of barrier reefs, In trade area: $9 per
Commissioner coral and rock Islands all In- On Down '
have it done said cays year: $5 six months Come
Vernon Silcox. terlaced with lagoons and fringing jV
Epps turned the matter over to Al reefs that'stretches some 1,250 miles Outside trade area: $10
Crosby in Planning and Zoning.A off the coast of Queensland, reportsthe per year: tS.SO sis l month!
contract for a new concession National Geographic Society'sbook :
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To d F'o"u'r" Several insects and related pests

\ are common in lawns In our area this Adult mole crickets are readily attracted *

I This shotgun blast will be aimed at the Brad- lie couldn't say more cause the state time of year.Chinch to lights, especially in the spr-
, ford School Board. bugs, spittlebuga and her ing during their mating flights. Most It Isn't often that consumers
I' County guidelines for the job indicate that the guy isn'tan mudagrass mites suck plant Juices. of their life however, is spent in the purchase something for the price tim
I assistant principal, but does a lot of the Some such as mole crickets white soil. During periods of drought or cold it takes the producer to grow it, but.
, However, before letting go with both barrels, same things. grubs and blllbugs live in the soil and weather, they burrow deeper until that Is the case when it comes to buy -
i I let's move J.T. Parrish out of the target area. damage the plant roots. Others, in- favorable temperatures and moistureare ing trees from the Florida Division of '
cluding sob webworms and ar reached. Forestry. '*.::-a
the four board members
I Anyway, choked on myworms, eat the grass leaves. Mole crickets are most active at Since 1928, the forestry agency Mia
Parrish supported a move by the school $600 and swallowed a loss of at least $26,000. To these croups can be added other night especially after a rain or Irriga- sold pine seedlings to the public In all'::
i superintendent last week to establish a community Casey said the county would receive more insects ana related pests, such as tion and when the temperature is effort to keep Florida green and,coit $

I education program while the other four money next year and the next if the Community fleas, earwigs millipedes, chiggers, above 70 degrees F. When conditions sldering! that the wood industry is now
tossed out the idea which had the potential for Education Director (the guy) could be hired. sowbugs and snails that do not such as these exist, they will come to FlorIda a no. 2 money maker, the)P!!'!
bringing some of our state tax home. damage the lawn but may become the surface and make burrows in the must be 'working. The Division eLx:
money nuisances because of their biting people upper inch or two of soil. Damage Is peels to sell In excess of SO million's
Extending education into the community to Casey said he wouldn't ask for the assistant or crawling into houses, garages, primarily through feeding on the seedlings this year. The pines, whtUj
teach adults how to live better lives is an idea principal position, if the board approved the swimming pools, etc. roots, but their burrowing loosens the available to any Florida citizen, arx:3aimed ;]
the state has picked up on and is expected to Community Ed guy. Insects are only one of the many soil causing the grass to dry out and at landowners who plant them"
fund more heavily in the next several years.It causes of thinning out or off-color sometimes become completely by the acre. But for those who only
areas in grass. Diseases nematodes, uprooted. The meandering burrows of want to landscape their yards, thi 3
It didn't by a four to one concensus of opinion dry weather and nutritional disorders mole crickets are about 1/2-1" in Division has different species which ita
looked like a case of cutting off a nose to Parrish the only dissenter. There was no are frequently responsible for such In- diameter and easily seen in short sells singly in pots still for the prtc 3
spite a bare face. real vote taken since the board had only to pass jury. It is Important to be sure of the mown grass or newly planted areas. that It takes to grow them. Most patted ;2
up acting on the request for a change. cause so the proper treatment can be Since mole crickets have only one stock can be purchased
t The four failed to foresee. used promptly to correct the trouble generation per year and most nymphs throughout the year (some seasonal'"
without the needless waste of hatch during May, It is possible to species are available only during**
pesticides and without further prevent most damage which occurs portion of the year), but orders fore
Why? Folks, if Casey had not delivered on the program damage to the grass. later In the year by proper timing of pines and other bare-root species ap3!
and passed up the money, the board Mole crickets live In the soil and insecticide applications. In university allocated on October I, so the earlier
Next time you hear one of those board would have had a bone to pick. feed on grass roots. The adults are experiments best results have been you make out your order form th-:;
members crying about how they have no con- about 11/2 Inches long and light obtained by applyIng a bait with a low better chance you have of getting the,!

trol over the state grip on education, spit in it's If the program didn't increase the capacity of brown in color. The front legs are percentage ingredient. It is trees you want. :jrss;
short and stout and well adapted for very important to apply bits evenlyover There are 24 varieties of bare-root:
eye or at least ask why they turned away our the school system to educate people, they could tunneling through the soil. soil surfaces. Baits should be applied trees offered, ranging from improved
tax money because of a job title. be admired for tossing it out. The eggs are laid In the spring, as damage appears during July, slashpine to bald cypress to dogwood:
several inches below the soil surface. August, and September Irrigate Improved slash, the only tree sold by-:
The nymphs hatch in approximately before application and after applying the Forestry nurseries which has tf*
To make the long story shorter, Supt. Tom But the if's and and's can't be discussed
two weeks and look like the adults ex baits limit
the number
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Casey said he could swing a deal with the stateto because some of those four board members cept they are smaller and lack fully Mole cricket baits with various ((200,000)), Is a species which has been
get funds for a new guy at the vocational- won't consider anything brought to their atten- developed wings. The nymphs amounts of active ingredients of specially bred and Is a faster grow-
technical center in Starke. tion by the superintendent.And develop throughout the summer and Baygon Dursban, Malathion or Tox- ing tree than regular slash pine.
fall. The following spring, they are aphene are available to homeowners.Be Several new bare-root species are
mature and ready to lay eggs. ThereIs sure to follow directions the offered for the first time this
on being
That guy would do the stuff that the recently while the board and Casey feud, the tax only one generation per year.Letters label when applying pesticides. year. Autumn Olive is a low-growing
approved fulltime assistant principal at that money that you and I sent to Tallahassee goes cruMla nf the. fllAanriAir fanlllv. used
school would have done, more or less. somewhere else besides Bradford County. primarily for-'wildlife food -and

Ta The Editar shelter. It should be planted in North,
Florida on moist, heavy soils of 'a'
loamy or clay mixture. Sawtoothed
Jon Mill
Rep. ReportsOn substances, also passed the House Oak a fast-growing tree .which
I Legislative Session
Prosperity or. ? Dear Editor: and the Senate and will go to the reportedly provides wildlife food:'
Governor. I thought it was bad idea from large acorns as early as eight
When is the end not the end? When a I
the Florida Legislature finishes It's for the legislature to authorize that years after planting is another new: ,
It's an ugly word.It sort of punishment arrest alone species. This is also a tree for North I
on an
Only the citizens who survived that era can sixty-day session. The last few days Florida buyers, while Turkey Oak :
without ;
fully explain the degree of suffering that took were hectic but from my point of any other circumstances in- which is being planted experimentally '
view, successful. dicating whether the person should be
dropped from the mouth of a United States place. The Department of Administration disciplined.One by many landowners with the Idea
Senator. bill which I introduced that of fuelwood plantations can be
reorganization, on which I worked
And now, the richest nation on the earth is through much of the session, passedin would make out of state group In- planted State-wide.
Prices for bare-root
Sen. Dick Stone stopped in Starke about an teetering between full employment and a last minute flurry of events. It surance policies comply with Florida from species range
hour and contains citizen's office law in order to prevent these companies $12 per thousand for some
a assistance
Friday evening the ,
about questioning ran disaster, between full tanks and empty, bet- which I think will aid every citizen to from taking advantage of species of pines to $60 per thousandfor
as you might expect. ween full job markets and empty promises. gain help when government and retirees with what is termed medi- cottonwood cutlings: and dogwood.
They are sold in bundles of 500 and,
Bureaucracy fails us. It also gap insurance did not make it.Strong
Why did you vote for this or that? Why isn't Watch Jimmy.If streamlines the budgeting lobbying by the out of state insurance although you can purchase less than. .
President Carter getting us more gas? and will make the personnel function groups kept it from getting to the 500, you must pay for that amount
of state government more rational. floor Because of the amount of time I Potted stock, which includes trees
The solar energy bill, which I in- had to exert on the Department of Ad- like Sycamore. Live Oak and Sabal
Then it
happened.The Palm is sold for 50 cents each. Fewer
President Carter proposes ways in which troduced at the beginning of session, ministration reorganization bill. the
American oil men can get market prices for old passed in the last two days after com medicar bill and other bills, I was than 10 trees may be ordered but
question came from one of the local oil and remove other regulations which hamper ing over from the Senate consent unable to come up with a way to pass each there is a minimum charge of $5 for"
Democratic leaders. calendar. the group insurance bill. However, I species: -
.."* party free enterprise from ''functioning then,, the: The Insurance fraud bill also passedin told the lobbyists get !their}>est grip For., information,>to.order. ',
prices may pass $1 per gallon, but the supply the last two days. That bill wiped because next year I am coming back.: and 'prices,' contact'''me< fn the '
He asked the senator if the party and Jimmy will)) increase. out a provision which required fraudto The last couple of days of sessionwe Agricultural Building on US 301 N.

Carter couldn't get things running smoothly by occur over and over again before were bogged down in a very cqm- next to the Fairgrounds.

1980 so Democrats can continue to rule the Meanwhile, whatever happened to driving the Department of Insurance take plicated tax relief issue. The Senate
roost. less and it action I think one fraud is enough. position wasfor,, tax relief now, for
enjoying more. Interestingly that bill was in substantial both homeowners and businesses. Dur Readers
difficulty until the Senate broughtit The House position was roads now
immediately brushed off the impor- up to attach amendments to it that and postpone until December the
tance of the upcoming election with a sobering they wanted. They passed the bill decision on tax relief. The Governor's WriteEducation

remark in which he emphasized the impor It's better to voluntarily park the car or make without tacking on the amendments position was no roads and postponethe

::tance of policies which will)) be formulated by one trip to town accomplish what we formerly and. sent ,it to the House., Having decision on tax relief until
;Carter and others in the next few and took two three realized they forgot to tack on the so his tax commission Shou'd Be
days or trips to do. amendments they requested the would have time to present its report For Entire Community
:weeks. House to send the bill back. We refus to him. After several days a com- Dear Editor:

It's better to cut down and spit in the eye of ed.One promise was reached: next March, on I would like to comment on the recent -
: There is something much more important crude oil suppliers than continue to guzzle and of the most rewarding oc- the ballot, the citizens of Florida will enaction of the school board.

Than an election at stake here, Stone said. choke down on the weight of our greed. curances during the Session was pass- vote on a proposal to increase Education is for all the community.
Ing the bill dealing with handicapped homestead exemption to $25,000 on Education is not strictly academics
transportation. Over the last three school taxes; beginning October I, the but a marriage between academicsand
Americans need to realize that we're dealing Stone convinced us in a few short minutes years the Public Service CommissionPSC Governor's Idea of a statutory 1.25 life consciousness.

with energy issues which mean the difference that the balance between enough energy for our ( ) has restricted competition in mill rollback that will give benefitsnot I strongly believe in vocational

:between properity and... needs and the supplies is very tight., licensed medicar operations The only to homeowners but education as a means of assisting
result has been double the cost for businesses landlords farmers and 'graduates in seeking gainful employment
those confined to wheelchairs. This is land developers will fake effect, '% But, there Is a majority of our
\..D E PRE S S ON. We better get policies in line quickly or the a taxpayer rip-off since much of that limit on increased local property population denied continuing educa

1980 election may fail to draw much interest transportation is paid for by taxes this year, but not including new tion because they already have a high
: The word is not in style. It went out in the from folks who wonder whether the next meal medicare and medicade. Those opposing construction or collective bargaining school education or GED and are not
:1930's. will be steak beans. the legislation include many ofthe agreements lalso something that the seeking a vocation. These citizens are
or powerful members of the Senate Governor wanted); provides that denied education because if a program
because: former senate President local government can exceed cap if does not show that one half of Its
Lew Brantly had been involved in the approved by referendum; and a $150 graduates are employed in the area
Post Office Will No Longer Mail 'Mini9 Letters medicar business. We passed the bill million road program. What finally for which they are trained then the
to take medicar out from under the occurred was a compromise that program has not Justified its ex
,.. PSC from the House one or two weeks made no one completely happy but istence. Tallahassee has recognized
: Miniature envelopes and cards will Under the new regulations letters cannot be processed by machine, the prior to the end of session. It was bottled everyone could accept The $25.000 this void and has now funded educa-
be banned from the mail on July IS'On and cards less than 3-1/2 by 5 inches Postal Service said in a news release. up In the Senate with. the Rules homestead exemption applied to tion for the section of the population
that date the U.S. Postal Service will not be accepted for mailing. Ex"For about three years the Postal Chairman Dempsy Barron failing to school taxes could lower the tax bill that seeks self improvement.
begins enforcing regulations on letter tra large envelopes-more than 6-1/8 Service has been working with allow it to move out of the Committee. for almost all Florida homeowners by I am disappointed that the board'
mall size standards. According to the by 11.1/2 inches-will incur a 7-cent envelope manufacturers and stationers In the last two days we located $160 a year (would not take effect un- has not taken action to serve these
;Postal Service small mail items are surcharge if they weigh one ounce or to help them adjust to the new another bill in the Senate on which to til after the vote next !March This citizens. Mr. Casey is correct in his
costlier to handle and responsible for less. Small Items create jams in mail standards; most of them long ago offer an amendment to put the year taxes will be $50 less on a home support of such a program and its'
Jhe main causes of damaged and lost processing machinery while the stopped production of undersized medicar on to get it to the floor of the appraised at $40,000. outlook for future' funding I commend -"
mail light-weight large-sized envelopes Items." the release states. ,Senate. We tacked on that amend- The provides Act the board for its stand In the'
ment. The first time around It failedon passed which a complete creation of the new position and see-
a 16-18 tie vote. At that moment review and appropriate revision to all ing through Mr. Casey's political i
Senator MacKay was out of the existing statutes relating to universities gamesmanship. If a continuing J
Chambers, who had been one of the and community colleges. It provides education director is what we need
t Corn SortersThe most cooperative people in helpingme for the establishment of a Joint then let us advertise and staff that'
get the bill to the floor. Someone Commission on Postsecondary position Instead of seeking an assistant -
had voted his button "no" and the Education to make a study and report and Instantly promoting him
cloudy sky helped shade then consequence was that it failed. to the legislature by March 1. 1980. without proper advertisement.
two worker with a huge pile of corn Senator MacKay returned to the The bill requires the Board of Regents I hope somehow the citizens can be
I' renting In a pickup truck and many. Chamber moved for reconsideration to review the role and scope of all served by the new program. All the
O f 1 Ii many empty baskets to fill. Cla>lon and on several very close votes the universities in the system and citizens will be waiting and watching
rr >orman. right and Andy Chaff smiled designate the various
amendment passed. However, on a roles by Oc the political gamesmanship by both
d. for the Telegraph camera out rules technicality the bill could not tober 1. My hope is that this report sides at board meetings. Hopefully
scouting for farming activities. move to third reading for final will establish the University of the community will be the winner., ,
Reports from throughout Bradford passage because a two-thirds majori Florida and the other major Institu- -
County Indicate that crops hate doen ty did not favor a waiver of the rules tions as the focal points for graduate, Respectfully Aleen Dorey, ,
well w sunshine moisture and corn for same day passage.. So the bill went doctoral and professional programs. Former Vo-Tech Student \'
ty of Pea picker and back on the calendar and In the The bill accords more authority and
nhuckrrt make for full freeters and possession of the Rules Committee. discretion to University presidents to
canning bins holding lots of winter's At this time, many of the members of manage their University by cutting
storage. the Florida handicapped associations red tape. A new funding formula will Telegraph Centennial l
began to talk to President Phil Lewis be developed based on the Act which ,
... and members of the Senate to bring it will focus more on actual program 'r
to the floor for third reading. I talkedto costs for quality programs rather
Governor Graham personally who than the number of students enrolled.
I i RADFORO COG then called Senator Barron and President Florida has the highest Incidence in Special Edition July 26:;{
Lewis suggesting that the bill the nation of the cattle disease
cr p milirtr ;;f1ri should at least have the right to come brucellosis Upon approval and fun 'Ii i
Ii, : to the floor for final passage since the ding by the United States Departmentof Street Dance July 28
M MIlIo !:: ... House had favored it and obviously a Agriculture a Senate bill passed .,
t Q = majority of the Senate favored it. On that provides for a whole herd vaccination /'.
'BOB O. FERGUSON Friday in the middle of the day the program throughout the f '' 'l;,
/q -JOHN M. MILLER. state
Rules Committee allowed against brucellosis.
finally it
tIO". on '
SINCE 1119 Publishers the floor. It passed the Senate came Again thank you for your support Centennial T-ShIrts; ,, JAshtrays' -

to the House,and was passed and now and letters. I am looking forward to i
Published/ each Thursday*" and entered at second Class.Matter at the:Peit Office at Stark, pia.under! Act of la in the Governor's Office for a cer- seeing you now that I am back in '. r"
March :3: ,,$". _,, t"
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> Subscription, rat. tat',M.areas If Per YMOU Six Months. ,I Bill that had introduced removIng of the Thomas Center and my phone '
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Phon.111-af0 S", tir'wv Oufs/dNrad..toa./11PKYaarfi/ .. lux M41ft"" 'S''"; : .. an authorization to suspend number is ;375-8037, .
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M Katherine Fugatt and Gary Horacek J.M. Hulls. Sr. First Christian Church

Dinner Hosts To Honor New Minister

k United inMarriage June 29 Saturday July 14 .jfThe {:
w Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Hull Sr. of ws
Palatka were hosts at a dinner party M' '
Katherine JoAnn Fugatt, daughter Friday night,June 29 at their home in congregation of the First Christian :.
of Mr. and Mr. Floyd Fugatt Sr. of Palatka.A Church of Starke will formally Introduce &
Lawtey and Gary Horacek son of Mr. buffet dinner for X people was their new minister, Jack lq,
and Mrs. Paul Reynolds of Fort served. Bowman, to the community with an ;
r"1 Lauderdale were united In marriage Out-of-town guests Included Mr. In his honor on Satur '
Friday June 29. at 8 p.m. In Faith and Mrs. John Pare of Orlando,Miss daffy July 14 between the hours of 8

Baptist Church In Lawtey with Rev. Sue Edwards, Miss Julie Sang, Miss and 10 p.m. at the parsonage, 807 W.
A.E. Massey performing the nuptials. Call Street.
Tara High, all of Jacksonville.
Miss Martha Smith, pianist Mr. Bowman Is here from Florence+
yY presented a program of nuptial 1 Ky. with his wife, Georgia and sons
I J1 music. p--t Troy.All.
The altar decorated with two
was area ministers and residents of
J arge standing baskets of summer the community are cordially Invitedto
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hendrix and
(lowers and an arched candelabra attend. '
holding 13 lighted candles. The altar family of Jacksonville have bought

I Lice bags were given out by Mrs. Cln- the Harrington house at 337 N.Walnut P-J. 'I
cli Fugatt sister-in-law of the bride. Street. \' '

y Floyd Fugatt Jr., brother of theb Albert Crews of Costa Rica. Mr.:
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper of
ride, was best man. Ushers were
and Mrs G.J. of
McGriff. Jr.
Crystal Lake had as July guests Mr.
Robert: Fugatt brother and Jerry
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. John
and Mrs. Donald and
G reen, the bride's uncle. Mr and Mrv, Iloracek Salsbury
Gary Jenifer Anderson of Callahan were recent
daughter of Starke, Mr. and
Mrs. Marl Hanson attended as
matron of honor and Miss Darlene ,. Mrs. Ronald Harper and family of dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs.Jerome

Ft igatt maid of honor, sisters of the Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johns.

br Ide, wore matching gowns of lace Reynolds and family of Starke and Laura Jackson of Arlington Texas .i
David Pickren of Gainesville.
ey'elet. The matron of minor's gown BIRTHSMr. Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and i

wait goy wn yellow was orange.and the They maid wore of clustersof honor's Robert W. Milner Jr. of Starke was Mrs. J.G Jackson for two weeks. '. ; .

on the Dean's List at the of .,
their University t''
baby's breath In hair. The
and Mrs. Knute Coleman an- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of
Central. Florida for the
-. --....- _. _' ma Iron of honor carried a bouquet of nounce the birth of a daughter. quarter. spring Bradenton spent the weekend with his ":
yellow carnations and the maid of Rachel Ann, born June 18 In Alachua mother.. .Mrs. Carolyn RedgraveM .. _
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: Mr.anci'Mr..Patrick 8. McKay hon or carried a bouquet of orange General Hospital. Paternal grand- i'
carnations with streamers.G <
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ned Coleman --

I .,,: Joy Andrews and Patrick McKay laid le Iven wore in marriage a white velvet by her gown father with the of are Starke.Mr. Paternal and Mrs.grandparents J.F.- DIE! t SAS

1 A-llne skirt, long sleeves, high Lavender of Lake Butler Rachel I

r Repeat Vows June 15 in Missouri nect tUne enhanced with yellow and. Joins a brother Paul age seven and
white daisy trim with tiny white buttons slater, Mary, age five.
Miss; Louise down the front of the bodice. She .. ALL
Joy Andrews of In- She wore small matching pearl earrings OlJ'rlO
dependence,Mo.,daughter of Mr.and and pendent a gift from the won{? an opal necklace and ruby ring Mr. and Mrs.John Slater Lawtey
Mrs. James Levon silk flower give n to her by the groom's mother. birth of
Andrews of Starke groom. She carried a announce the a daughter, O
andPatrlck Shawn McKay,son of Mr. cascade bouquet of dusty rose tiger Her veil of illusion with yellow and Elisabeth Ann, born July 6 at Baptist .
and. Mrs. Gene white white trim was secured to a small Center In Jacksonville. She
F. McKay of In- lilies dior blue azaleas Medical 6 S
dependence, Mo.,were united In mar- miniature roses, baby's breath and head-ted piece. She carried flowers.A a.nosegay of Joins a brother Jamie,9 years old. CUTTER DECK ;
riage Friday June 15. at 8 o'clock In blue bells. Her headpiece was a asset: summer Paternal grandparents are.Mr. and FREE
the Enoch Hill-Reorganized Church of garland of silk flowers coordinating eception was held at the home of Mrs. James Slater of Rocky Mount, WITH PURCHASE z
4 tnd
Mr. Mrs. Lee in
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in with the cascade bouquet.A Taylor Lawtey. N.C. Maternal grandparents are Mr. I
Independence Mo. with Elder reception was held in the church Mrs. Cindi Fugatt greeted the guestsat and Mrs. Arthur Sheddan of Jackson of 11 *
tho door. in to 20H.P. Tractor :
Standing the receiving Roper
Thomas E. Thomas performing the Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. David ville. :
line the bride and their
were groom,
nuptials. Sheehy greeted the guests at the door
ts and :
Highlighting the altar was a large and presented them to the receivingline paren They home attendants.was attractively ;W'lJo.J<" ", !
of of the bride and
arrangement pink Fuji consisting
decors tted for the wed- _.. I tb.unc.d
daisies pompoms, blue tinted carnations groom their parents and attendants.The occasion with c t II and 14 M P synchs Irf .
and baby's breath with a cake table was overlaid with,a ding bells, candles' and. seasonal Mrs. Ccrine McDonald of Scranton 20 H P twin Ingt.cyl or It 15. .\
background of Jade greenery and satin cloth with bridal illusion and flower s. Pa. Is visiting her sister Mrs. Willie Big' lurt MVW Htm .
ferns. Centered with the flowers and lace over skirt banded with blue satin The' bride's table held two crystalcut Camplin for several weeks. All gee/ and rtydn d"v..avulabieEi j .
punch bowls and centered with a cino. '. ". it
in:the background was a table draped ribbon accentuated with blue cornflowers "al. ,
with white satin with two crystal and centered with two crystal three tiered wedding cake decoratedwith Bill Graham spent June 29 to July Mum Deep, .UH pddwl itlachnMnii awugmounted..t.' tailored
candelabras centered with the three candelabras with white tapers ruses and swans. The punch 10 with his son and daughter-in-law. lo awry model l. :

standard scriptures of the church. decorated with a white heart of lace bowls 'were sed with encircled with and Ivy white in- Mr. and Mrs. Hank Graham In '011.,..... I.
Two white antique wicker fern stands and blue satin ribbon. terspen yellow Wayne, Pa. They vacationed at
held fluffy ruffle ferns which were on The bride's cake had a base of four daisies. Mrs. Blanche Taylor cut the Pocono Mountains and Arrow HeadLake August 4. 1979
a step below the altar. The windowsills heart shaped cakes with three tiers cake Resort in Pennsylvania. ,
held white enclosed in with book effect on the Assisting' were Mrs. Cindi Fugatt ....
top ;
tapers a
a sugar '. Ndn OW'"wow ?\
big ..
and Mrs I. Theresa Fugatt ... I
glass globe encircled with white tulle layer'with Joy and Patrick and the of..SeattIe.Wash..isrg owe. Y' .red
Tlie'hIluple is Jackson -Early
andpnk aiik dogwoodLlowersand wedding date! written on it. The white residing 'I' '
blue) satin". krs ;;ROPER TRACTORS START AS t6w As''S1,619&0R.r'" < '> : ?\ t; 1
were marked with blue satin bows en- bells and doves with small white r7 .n nnryMM

circled with white lace. baskets holding pink sugar flowers. ,: ,Mr. and Mrs.John Pare of Orlando Rosier'sMonument : '
Richard Maloney, organist and Around the cake were dusty pink -' and Ms. Gail and Kelly Thomas, .
\ Ken and Eva Cartwright presented a flowers with green leaves.A ( .. Puckett and Mrs. J.M. High
I program of nuptial music. Following table decorated like the bride's and Tracy daughters, Jamie and Tara of & Nursery
: the ceremony and as the wedding par- table held a crystal tray of melon Angela Dansby of Lansing Mich is Jacksonville were weekend guests of
ty and the family were being ushered balls and open face sandwiches. The visiting I lier grandparents Mr. and Mr; and Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr. and 301 S. Walnut St. Starke, fl. 964-6214I
out the congregation joined together table which held the gifts was in blue
Mrs. R.O.. Dansby for two weeks. attended the wedding of Debbie Edwards
in singing a hymn. and white satin with bridal illusion
Matt Hull June 30.
to on
James McKay attended as best and lace. .. !,
man. Groomsman was Michael Mrs.Carl Higgs and Mrs.Jim Neill], Mr. anti Mrs. Harry Bennett of -
McKay brother of the groom. Ushers aunts of the bride served the cake. Jacksonville were last Thursday .
were Jimmy Andrews brother of the Mrs. T.J. Andrews, aunt of the bride visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ben. ,
bride Todd Henson.Steven Hicks and and Mrs. Bryan Williamson, cousin of nett, Sr.Chip NO DOWN PAYMENT !
Tim Thomas. the bride,served the punch.The tableof
Candlelighters were Jimmy An- melon balls and sandwiches was Gi inter of Goldsboro N.C.

drews, brother of the bride and Tim kept by Mrs. Kenneth Briggs and spent Wedi lesday to Tuesday with Mr. Low Monthly Payments! If You Qualify '
Thomas. Mrs. T.E. Thomas. Miss Janet Neill. and Mrs. George W. Brown at
Mrs. Tim Thomas was matron of cousin of the bride kept the bride's Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Gunter, who had r
honor. She wore a gown of handsewn .book. spent thretj weeks with her 'grand '

light blue voile with a floral Assisting In serving were Mrs. Alva parents the Browns, returned home .; :..: ... .
background of dtor blue and pink, Gadberry, Mrs. Donald Lundgren with her hu sband. ., :- '" d.N -" i- :.'",:,-( "", .
dogwood. bluebells and daisies. The Miss Kimberly Henry and Mrs. FredPement. SixNew' ; ." ;;'. ',,. ,"
dress had a floral capelet attached to Miss Diane Martin and Mrs. Mrs. Fred >Field of Tampa spent the ., '" .
a scooped neckline with sleeveless Bryan Williamson cousins of the weekend wi th her daughter and family ,
bodice and a long flowing skirt. Wide bride assisted with the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. ; '"M''' "' .
ties made a criss-cross cumberbund Following a wedding trip' to the -
effect in the front with a bow in the Ozark Mountains In South Missouri, Mrs. Wil bur Waters underwent ; -
back. She wore pink silk dogwood in the couple is residing at 1236 Allen surgery in North Florida Regional ,
her hair attached to a comb and car. Road Independence, Mo. Hospital lass t week.
tied a white wicker basket of silk Out-of-town relatives at the wed
flowers of dlor and pink dogwood ding were James J. Andrews of Mrs. Carl Bauer will return to her
azaleas blue bells baby's breath and Miami, Mr.and Mrs. T.J. Andrews of home in GI -eenville, Miss., Friday Beautful\
leather leaf fern. Morriston. Fla., Mr. and Mrs. after three W eeks visit with her sister
Mrs. James McKay was Michael McKay and daughter. Mrs. James Barren
bridesmaid and was attired the sameas Maureen of Detroit Mich., Mr. and _
the matron of honor. Mrs. J.W. Mills and daughter of Mr. and Airs. Kent Booher have
I The bride,given in marriage by her Ocala. Mrs. Mary Duplus of Portland. returned froi n two weeks In Maine. r
father, wore a gown of white satin Oregon several friends of the bride They also visiited relatives in Virginiaand Homes -
crepe hand sewn by her matron of and groom and Mr. and Mrs. Levon Delaware n. Gregory Berger their ::
honor. Mrs. Tim Thomas The Andrews of Starke. parents of the three year net\shew, is staying with the -') ..-' '
scalloped V-necklmeand fitted bodice bride. Boohers for ti le month of July 'r",

was of French imported rose lace. - .............. O. '
I The capped sleeves were of the same I
lace which accented the waist. The >
I Brier's Gem
skirt and train bordered with '-:" ,L' ".. Jewelry .
were .
ap- .. .. In '.- '
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pliqued French rose imported lace ""' .. ". : ::4
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into soft short train. "
flowing softly a
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.( ., . To a. H.Id On. Day Only dat.July'l4 1915'Murrru ''
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Mrs. S.G, Denmark returned Sunday Park Woods Subdivision'Ii
-alter spending five days with a
cousin. Mrs. Randall Maycumber in
Covington, Ohio and the two were .
sight-seeing in West 'Virginia and Corner Of Pratt & WestmorelandVA -t '
Virginia for five days.
w i Serpentine if FHA FINANCING
and' daughters
Mrs. Joan Chitty
Visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and $9"
family In St. Augustine last Friday. *, .1

Mrs. Lila Caldwell and daughter. -ii: .1':
Mrs. W.H. Edwards visited Mrs. ; ONE Gerald GriffisConstruction ,
Esnta Yongue in Ocala on Sunday DAY

I afternoon. 1 ONLY

Mrand Mrs' Bob Fane and family Factory Representative wll( be In tlt. store
of Lancaster.S.C. were Fourth of Ju I
ly weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. "with hundred ol beautiful 14( Chain for you I to elect IrmntPRICEp
Raleigh Brannen at Bedford Lake. FROM 30% TO 50% OFF THE NORMAL Rlf Allj PRICE! 4 : !
reunion July
, They had a family on ,. "
with 19 attending. \
I Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and daughter.. 9EAUTIFULIIK.2/INCH CHAIN We ,, \ '; State Certifiedv2305N. IL \

I Diane went to Tallahassee Sunday to ONE TO ee GIVEN AWAY. aet AT,Visa And Master! Charge '. 964-6633Or:

bring back Betsy Yawn who had DAY THE CLOSE OF THE SAL!. ,'I.. .. ? "J,<" ..Tern pie Starke F Ia.. .431-1039 + '
, finished three'week.. French rfrwrti ONLY Cartis'NO ) ,
I Training School at FSU. PURCHASE NECESSARY. ., : = .4 4n'w1t.4 1' ;
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Pitt and Thelma Newsome long Sen. Dick Stone of Washington, Mrs. H.A. Lawson gave a family Mr. and Mrs Mik* CI* -
time residents of Starke. are expecting D.C., Peter Butler of Tallahassee tiirthday dinner Saturday for Mr. two daughters of Fort i
v their t daughter Joyce H. John Woolfe, Bob Brown and Fred Lawson on Ms 77th birthday and for pent the weekend with .M* piMr. .
t'a Newsome Lopez and her husband Ringel of Jacksonville, Sheriff and J oe Henry Jordan,who also had a bir and Mrs. Gilbert Ooldwlrfc 1
Raymond on t Sept.25.Joyce and Raymond Mrs. John Whitehead of Lake Butler hday. Those attending were Mr. and and Greg Goldwire of Toledo <
f are moving from Kemah. and Sen. and Mrs Charley Johns of H An. Charles Lawson and daughter of who spent the past six weeks wit
S Texas to Starke with two of their Starke were last Friday dinner guests Tallahassee, Mrs. Joe Jordan and their grandparent, the GUber, :
children. Karl Erik Dodd who .U 14 of Rep. and Mrs.Frank Williams and I amity of Live Oak,Mrs.W.M. Morar Goldwires, returned to their home.i
and the latest arrival Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns at the imd family of Panama City, Bud Tuesday.Sen. .
David Lopez born March 31.Three of home of the latter on Crystal Lake. ILawson of Marion, N.C., Elizabeth
the Newsome grandchildren [Lawson and Kitty Yates of Lake and Mrs. Charley Johns and :,
Jonathan Douglas Dodd.Renee Mont- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and 'Wales,Mr.and Mrs.Andy Jordan and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns were in'*
que Dodd and Travis Henry Dodd will Mrs. Eddie Douglas and children son of Starke and Gary Grant of Melbourne Sunday attending the 81st
remain in Texas for their schoolingand visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe in Ocala. birthday party for Mrs. A.J.
jobs. Sanford over the weekend. Williams, sister of Sen. Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Settles attendedthe Mrs. Harry Gruen and daughtershave family of Miami are visiting Mrs. Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland haveV.:
graduation exercises Friday returned from two weeks visit na Wells and Mrs.Carolyn Redgravethis returned from five days in Panama
evening, June 29. for their daughterLinda with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max week. City visiting Pat White in the hospital
Ann. Linda has Just completed Gruen and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron there. .j/1
a two year training course In Kandel in Miami. ..
Radiology at St. Luke'I Hospital in DWIGHT SLATER'S
Jacksonville and has successfully Elmer Sheffield of Tallahassee was 'i .
passed the State Registry. Among the the caller for the Strawberry Sw- r. ,
students receiving awards Linda was ingers last Thursday night at the BUS '
honored for her Best Technical Abili Cafeteria with 19 out-of-town couples Open FAA'd & Sell :: :
ty. She will remain on the staff at St. joining the local Swingers. U.S.301S. ;
(, Luke's Hospital in the Radiology 7 A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut St._
? r Dept. Linda is a 1977 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of
\Ui Bradford High School. Jacksonville visited Mrs. J.H. Fieldson n.c. CaKE
I Sunday. MOTOR Oil!
I Miss Susan Budd of Jacksonville OH PEPSI.18OZ.
spent last Sunday to Friday with her $1"
cousin, Mary Anne Miller. BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST .3 Ota. .. 29 Tax'' '.
a D.p.
,. Plus Tax)
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson of Mer- DESIGNS BY'ROFESSIONAlS ALL BRANDS BEER -,
ritt Island will spend the weekend Borden's :
with his mother, Mrs. L.H. Gibson .". "41 00 Case :. '
after their three weeks vacation in 964-7954 MILK .179 .,
England, Ireland and Scotland. Gal. U Over Cost '



Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Loudon, III at PANTRY PRIDE you [ \

I Bella Vogel and Arthur Loudon, III

Wed April 20 in Los AngelesBella ? .:-: -. I,,
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Marie Vogel of Provo. Utah veil attached. She carried a blue and ......-:
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George white flower arrangement with an or- :
Vogel of San Dimas Cal. and Arthur chid In the center. :i; -
Gibson (Sonny) Loudon III, son of A reception was held in the -
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gibson Loudon LaVerne Stake Center in Los Angeles.
Jr of Starke were united in marriage Following a wedding trip to Puerta :
April 20 at 12 noon at Los Angeles Vallarta, Mexico the couple is
Temple, Los Angeles ,Calif with residing In Provo, Utah. .
President Godfrey performing the The bride graduated from San ,
nuptials.The Dimas High School and is attending ,1
couple's attendants were Tory Brigham Young University.Mr. .
Friddle and Leila Kay Vogel. Loudon graduated from _ .
School, ___________ ----
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dress with a sweetheart neckline.The Johns River Junior College and is at- r : .
bodice was decorated with lace. She tending Brigham Young University f rS .
wore a headpiece to match the lace on where he Is majoring in Chemical / 1 {
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V. ..._.._'..___.. -" ..._-- v ....- .,, -.,--- Ale I- 2)W had the most children TIE ,
Hodge I Sandra Norman; 3)) e
Members of the BUS Class of 1957 attending the 22nd Pansy Crosby Taylor Joyce Beat Hutcheson. Bob $ had the most children at one
ye*reunion!' June Z were (l-rj Roddy Struth. Marvin Brown (triplets), 4)
:front row. Blanche Andrews CoUlnsworth. Leodlth Third rowRobert Salmon. Wayne Massey. ? had the youngest child Bobby
Gfffls Ellis. Lu Green Sanders Bobble Oakes Patray. Green. Ann Williams Godwin, Maxine Andrews ; e) Who had the oldest child -
Sandra Strickland Norman Nancy Bates Hodge. Kay Gayle Moore Todor,Jerome Edwards, Bud Harley, Carter; B) Which male had lost
RoWland Carter Bill Alderman. Bill Torode. Norman. ., most hair Joe Harden; 7)) Who .
Second: rowMarvin Brown, Douglas NoUn, man CovIn Top row Roger Rivers,Sidney Newman. E.D. been married the most times ; -
ton. Judy Ilarrell Cahoon. Joyce Crosby Broadwell. Wayne Mundorff. Myron PrnaU.I -Lu Sanders & Sidney Newman. L i. '
.. were presented by Irvan ''
who acted as a clever and I \
I f'BHS Class of 1957 Holds Class Reunion June 2 Master of Ceremonies. ,, r w ?
juke box with all the 1950 records 4
music for entertainment ,
Bradford High School class of 1957 and a large tornado.This was all donein Melissa Stallings, and dancing. .
Md Its 22nd year reunion at the the familiar school colors of scarlet arms, James Harrell. and Mrs. Joe Harden. Mr. and s !
Starke Golf and Country Club on and gray. A social hour was held prior to Marvin Brown, Ms. Ann Godwin t .
Saturday evening, June 2. Joe Harden,class president and his buffet dinner. Mr Wayne Mundorff were In I
?:;Tfie club house was beautifully wife, AUyson, greeted guests at the After dinner, an informal of making all arrangements \.
decorated with fresh summer flowers door. Each class member signed the meeting was held to discuss decorations for the event. 51 I
at points of Interest. Each table had guest book which will be kept from reunions. At this time awards you did not sign up for a class pic N1. II
individual bouquets in the center. A year to year. Other class officers presented in the following and still want one, please contact 19 I
large banner was at one end of the were vice-president. Billy Torode, 1) Who traveled the fartherest Ann Godwin at 9647826. There a .k
rogm with Class of 1957 painted on it secretary, Nancy Hodge, treasurer, Robert Salmon of Hampton, N.J.; still a few available. \ 1

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2)I I .and Mr. .JIrMr Johnnie 8.Cooper i

/ 2)I I CassieReddick and Johnnie Cooper ;j( ;1

Wed June 16 in First Baptist Church 1 "

I ,On Saturday, June 16, at 2p.m. Uon in her hair and she carried a I
OWN PRODUC Cassle Lynn Riddick, daughter or Mr. white wicker basket with lavender ,
and Mrs. Joe Riddick and Johnnie ribbons, filled with flower petals, q
4D Steven Cooper, son of Rev. and Mrs. Shannon Smith, ring bearer,wore a '
Bob Cooper, were united In marriageIn white tuxedo to match the groom and ', 1 i
the First Baptist Church with Rev. carried a white satin heart shaped i
Bob Cooper, father of the groom and pillow. '
Rev. Ben Bryant performing the nuptials Given in marriage by her father, +'
the bride while poly chiffon 1
.JULT It ItriL QUANTITY RKlHTt M..f KVID.UVtIMMIIIM ',- / Highlighting the altar was a large gown with wide scooped neckline accented -
wedding arch covered with a mixture with a Venice lace ruffle Ap-
of spring flowers In peach, lavender, pliqued lace defined the entire dress :
yellow and white with two large spring with an appliqued flower at back cloying '
arrangements on either side. Accenting The flower camouflages a hook
::: the choir loft were four large on which the hemline ruffle can be attached
ace'IHM.Kin' IMNI i palms and centering the arch was the to make a bustle back.
Beef Sirloin Steakntwutllll II S 258 unity candle. Her finger tip veil of Venice lace J.
( .ma.MIII......NMl N N Miss Kathy Taylor accompanied by and trimmed with white seed pearls '
Beef Blade Chuck Roast II s 188 Mrs. Cindy.McRae on the piano and was held in place with a beaded I, .
,. ... Mrs. Joan Canova on the organ bandeau. She carried a silk spray of '
im w ti i ii< am '" HUH *
Boneless Chuck Pot RoastIMIMIIMIM II S 198 N presented a program'of nuptial lavender poppies yellow sweetheart as } .
nunnwi music. roses,apricot daisies with silk Ivy and "; f'
tuna inn
.BoneIMLuSt.wina Beef '198. [Lewis Cooper atjended$ his brother 'lIibreatl'llon' :: hr 'greatgrandmother's t liDid '
sm al allheardm mac :.sac/!'NNa'ks 1 f 3 3f ,AYP Iit- ., tasPi :n at best man.',Ushers wereDanny and bible. Shal l .;wore !!: '
Steaks 1' D.J. Riddick. brothers of the bride her mother's pearls. ? I
, fresh pork LS
' and Chuck Register. They wore tuxedos ,A reception was held in the church t
tf milKKIMSmoked sst MINK,,,. with pastel shirts to match the Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Dot Bryant: "
Picnics LI no '
..slamsMIYMY 9liar 3TOS bridesmaids' dresses. greeted the guests at the door. Mrs. .s ; : ;
I IMMKUUMIIMItSmoked Hams LI'1III. 91 w+w lf r LBS Joleen Kirvin of Hollywood attended Angle Barber kept the bride's book. [
Turkey LB 1"i AVG. LB 9a"tr as honor attendant Her gown w.sof The bride's table was covered with :
urn 111 1,88* lavender dacron organza with raised a white satin cloth overlayed with .:.
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waist and hemline flounce: The white lace.On either side of the table
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attached to center back with a bustle hexagon cake carried out the pastel ;:: .,
un IK i,II w mm tu ... mm*mm t,78* ,, M MMlal NM $ MIMNCIMI 9st SKILLET BRAND effect A detachable capelet of the theme of the wedding. Cutting,the z: 'I
Quick Frozen Fryer Thighs Grated Parmesan Cheese Hot Dogs 4'
MMMrMT same fabric covered the sleeveless cake were Mrs. Jan Kirvin of := t '
dress. Lavender silk
: poppies HoUywood
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Quick Frozen Fryer Drumsticks ,II Borden Longhorn Cuts 1 River Breakfast Roll lAW I tOACOt1 German statlce were clustered on the'' son of Gainesville. 2: I r
IM W Ml'lltl IMMIMl .. MIUUW1M 1 La 98C'tt right side of her head. She carried a The two punch tables were covered : : f.. '
fyne Spred Qtr's. Oleo 2/88/ Blue. Bonnet Otr's. Oleo Maid Orange Juice $128 $# _1 PKa.FEIEEER silk arm bouquet of lavender poppies with white satin cloths with a crystal :. 1

inn JWMpantry Pride Cream Cheese 68 Hormels Smoked Wranglers Lunch Meat $118 QUEEN baby's breath with lavender pastel flowers in the center. j G I
IM w i m MM.w .1...MI ill M I .MIT IIM streamers. Assisting were Miss Beth Starner .aMiss '
Axelrod Cottage Cheese $1 141 Lykes Grill Meat Franks $ Ass't. Pickles $128 ......u..auc.o DINNERS says toe Bridesmaids were Peggy Cooper, Debbie Bailiff. Mrs. Sonya 3 !
IM WIMCVpantry. IWtWMU' $ MNNA' 08LITTLE .TUMI?,CHMCOM" PMTMf. tm $148' sister of the groom wearing apricot, Baldree and Mrs. Kim Griffis. Mrs. ;:
Pride Sour Cream 68 Agar Ham Patties Taste Meat Franks .MOHITT1 UM1III a riff w. *auiL Y g Faa Becky Cooper, sister of the groom, Lane Tenly supervised the reception. =s, I,
wearing yellow and Christie Redding, Following a wedding trip to Fall $
U?.CUMO MORRELL'S wearing mint green. Their gowns Creek Falls. Tenn., the couple is a 1)\)
FRESH FLORIDA FRESHLY ,CHUCKSTEAK CHUNK were made Just like the maid of residing at 1509 N.E. 16th Ave., Apt. a-: "
ORANGE JUICE HORIM.. I BRAUNSCHWEIQER honor. Each had a silk carnation in Gainesville. 3 I'I'C
their hair to match the color of the The bride and groom both :E '
HALF HOOD GALLON OR TROPICANA CARTON 98" GROUND SIZZLER 78C gown. They each carried silk arm graduated from Bradford High\ &
SAVE 306 V BREAKFAST LINK .258 bouquets like the maid of honor but School. She graduated in June 1979 Sand :\ -

BEEF t SAUSAGESSAVE with streamers to match their gowns. is attending Santa Fe Community ,
y Ann Carol Roberts, flower girl, College seeking a degree in nursing a i
wore a lavender gown like the maid of Mr. Cooper graduated in 197S and e
honor with a small lavender carna- works at Cooper's Nursery In 3 I
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Mrs. Marie Siemer spent June hen another. Mrs. H.L. Brooks in
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Egryd ay Vie! TINY TENDER APPLESAUCE rye'pn'eelu 20-30 with Bud Lawson In Marion Park KM.and attended the :: t'OnrIand 1
N.C. wedding of a niece Holly Hanson to i ,
PEAS Patrick Keady In Overland Park on t
5 9 alca. on the President's honor June lo.Donna. I
; HALF **' SAVE Stf170Z 18d Y roll the UF spring quarter were
GALLON FROZEN Larry Olin White, Barbara Faye Lee and Jodie Henry of a t
3SAVE Chaff and Charlotte Mixon. Gainesville are spending this week >, ,
SAVE 406 39 .89C i save tad with Donna's grandparents, Mr and
CAN Shelley Starling of Panama City is Mrs. Nealy McConnell. \ .
spending two weeks with her grand- '.
_' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling Mr. and Mrs A.O. Betts of Climax.
1M M rw Roll-On.N"N'Anti-Perspirant'" Si53 CREST "WXATHZR BEATER"TRASH Best Rug* II F rl:nR>oJ,7lIM and Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Betts i
Sure and family of Fort Bragg N.C. are '"
fMUMiaMnmuai. 2/i/S1! TOOTHPASTE CAN wMMuuitHiwmuMnii l rn& Mack Williams, Jr. of Fram- guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. )
ood News Razor .
l MO.OH MMT.. Morton Frozen Donuts 59IM Ingham Mass spent Saturday and Moncrief \ rl'

IL t iNNistermint t Mouthwash *P3 89) ,MAoi 30 GALLON mowCOU.CCTOMS .. 99! Morton miwMnmi Frozen, Dinners 69IM tint Sunday with his parents Mr and 'l
taril e-/i T'fllS-IAWIl' SOel Mrs. Mack Williams. Sr. Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs. R.W.
.$18SQflC. *IM Kiamt ent Milner Jr. visited Mrs. G.E, "
;JHghfGuarii Deodorant. sN..wILlNN11N.NNr N.NNnep 86RIBS- Morton. Frozen Dinners 69IMWIMMm Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Young and McGauley in Palatka on Monday. I'"!
4 weeks
iAM4f83GLASSES f have returned from two
Ultra Max Shampoo 33 fllJllfVlllPIJlli.1 Morton. Mexican Dinners Da sons visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hutson. Sr. of ,

Purity IM. W M CUM Soft! Puffs' Z/'l/ 1 /. ...;...r-; ear.- --=---- IN Morton N h_:Frozen-N Pot NII Pies 3'1/ 'S" also Young attended in Bayport the Soth Long,wedding Island and anniversary Orlando guests of were Mr.last and Tuesday Mrs. Hutson.to Friday Jr I f.! I I' I

IM man MM > NOT* 423 w Iy_ DlN.LGFNd law INM of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas The Hutsons also had as Saturday .
Agree Shampoo I I' i Pantry. Pride Orange Juice 3$1.rM / June 22. night guests Mr. and Mrs. Donald ., '
I., '' Young on
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im w$(J. N/ N1.HIM mm Na1IINAgree m mi mintNewton Jerkins and daughter of Maxville.
Creme Rinse $122 I ........ ra19 Broccoli Spears 3/M/ 1 .
lc IiiNN. NI Dm MM -.- im wwrnuiiiiHwniPet Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ivey Jr. and ,
Alberto Balsam flat 3 ... ._. .l ( itJ Ritz Cream Pies 59 and family returned Sunday from two, eau, Mitt and Jim of Seattle Wash. r
n N N1MFoley' : Ml NNI Nap, weeks vacation at their camp: on the Mrs David Mendenhall and f '
Nylon'Kitchen Tools 4fFANTRy --- -_- i .,_.IN.1w"........ Pantry Pride Whipped, Topping 49eMKLLOW Suwannee River. and Miss June Hardy 'f'
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c; FRIos' PEPSI COLA ,J and Mrs. II.E. Hardy. Mr; 4:. "
I iPOVlDERHINK F OR 7.UPl2oa I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy, af ri. Mendenhall will Join the family over I i f I.
MIXES -----------mJ I HaST R.W. the weekend. l' 'IDouglas
Milner. Jr. and
I .....,_.......cANaa. 97e : tT4 411 I I IS-COMM and Mr. and Mrs. Don son of SUrhe '
'-"_......Oft TNo.IcA4.IpcNNN PLUS DEPOSIT I I Hardy of \
.wuuaaon uvNaw Nm.fM.toU.oN Gainesville attended the Mattes family Seymour of Jacksonville
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,._ Sunday' ,.. -., a,home during the weekend: with their I
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by Elizabeth G.Walker Thursday night Bible Study. Sunday CO pl1 nty news ..
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PhoneN4- School 10 a.m. Lovefeast service 3 .
pm. The Church of Prophecy: 114 Oak ticipaatt, ageo pre-do to adults.As !Ill 11--
Dell Chapter O.E.S. Church of God la Christ: Sunday Street. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning a tok..of love and MmMrn the Bible elf"" '" reunion weeke .
The monthly meeting of Dell School 9:30. Morning Worship 11:30: Worship 11:30: a.m. Evening Worship School sent a cash( Miattoa to two 4 BN4ford jMMmviie Dtotriet .rrWest ...;
Chapter 168 O.E.S. will be held Thurs- with Ministers Dewey Taylor and B. 6:80: p.m. of its community sick, alotw with County taconponrtid in their all out School ConvetritoH...' ,tf
HoWl Sunday
day July 13,7:30 in the Masonic Hall Kay In charge. 5:30: YPW. Evening Mt. Plsgah A.M.E. Church Men's medical supplies and ediblea. donated drive to bring about a more safe and The West Jacksonville Dt Uictff-
on Brownlee Street. All members are worship 7:30.: Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Day will be observed July U, 1979. by Bradford County Christian Society wholesome community in which to the A.M.E. Church will observe Us ambnual :
,I asked to be present. Ban. Friday 7:30: Prayer and Pastoral The Theme for this occasion 17"MenIn live. Sunday School Convention Jbiyri
The monthly meeting of the Concerned Teaching. Action For God". The chairman, After bendiction FrIday Vernette
at St. Luke AM.E. Church,'ltt.r.
Bro. Arthur Hill, solicits the confessed the It Is the general concensus of the 17-20
Citizens of Bradford Mt. Morlah United Methodist support World Christ at close of
, Inc:. will be held Thursday. Count Church: Wednesday 7:30: Young Adult of the community to help make this bible school. R.J.E. High Class of'59 that their reu Alachua F.R., Fla.Satchel The, envisions preskling a elder greau<<;'e'..
the cafeteria 7:30. All Interested Choir rehearses. Sunday School: 9:30. "Men's Day a great affair. Serviceswill On July 4th the B.C.M.and L. Socie nion weekend was a total success. As Rev with of 0'
our :
: citizens: are Invited to be present. Morning Worship 11 a.m. be held at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.July to our member Bro. class members began to depart on convention throughout many the district young'-.'".
Church Sunday 1J. Horace "The Good Sunday for their respective homes people particlpatlng.
Improvements are being made on New Bethel Baptist Griffin News Bi is invited .-
the grounds, with CETA workers. School and B.T.U. Congress will Francis Chapter 140 O.E.S.:will not ble". We wish for his continued success and communities, they made a The community .:y. '
Tools and paint are needed to continue begin Wednesday July 11-13 at meet in their regular monthly as he begins his studies for the sincere commitment to keep In touch to attend our sessions. ;; : ..r

I the work. We are asking all concerned Ebenezer Baptist Church. Sherrl meeting Monday due to the one day ministry In the Fall. He will be greatly _.__..... ._.h, I'",_" .. '. "r" ,. 01 .
I citizens to help by donating Chandler will be the delegate from session to be held In Orlando with missed by the society and the community J 'j, 'rt; "' :..'
money for paint and tools to do the Bethel. Grand Officers In charge. All 14 "i'I'' t ; "" '
I work. New Bethel pastor and congrega- members are Invited to attend this Free Canaan True Church of God In ?f.f.> : .

The heir of everyone is needed In tion will visit First Baptist Church In meeting. Christ Prayer Band meeting Monday ',I..r.," ,. I \,,,,," I .,,,,, '
the self help to make the task Gainesville July 17, 7:30: on the The Bradford County Christian Missionary 6 p.m. Tarrying service Wed. 7
easier. pastor's anniversary and Literary Society will p.m. Friday Church service. Sunday
First Born Church of The Living sponsor Jointly a Vacation Bible school 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 jt
Church New God Friday Bible Study 8:30.: Tarry- School with"Church of God in Christ" a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. a1k
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap ing service each Friday 7:30. Sunday North Pine Street July 15 through 20. Little Rock True Church of God In
tist Church Rev. Willie Hampton of School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30 Classes will be daily from 5 to 7 p.m. Unity sponsoring a Banquet Satur- I
New York City formally of Starke, a.m. YPWC 6 p.m. Evening Worship? Beginning Sunday at 6:30 p.m. day July 14 at 8 p.m. in the Vo-Tech. __
will conduct a two week revival which there will be a parade and sing/ out for Donation $10. ,',
began Monday night. 'July 9 through p.m.Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. our pre-opening starting at the above The Church of ProrheCYI 114 Oak
July 20. 1979. Prayer meeting Church: The Women's Day programwill named church.Preschoolera. Street. Sunday Morning f ..rJCS
conducted nightly 7:30 and preachingwill be observed Oct. 9. All members : children, youth and Worship 11:30: a.m. Evening Wor-
begin at 8 p.m. Friday the are asked to cooperate with all activities. adults are invited to come. Church ship 6:30: p.m. f
Deaconesses will sell pies from the Homecoming will be observed members and non church membersare Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church: Men's
kitchen. August 2, 1979. Plans are in the invited to attend.A Day will be observed July 13, 1979
Pleasant Grove United Methodist making for this to be a great day, very successful Vacation Bible The Theme for this occasion Is "MenIn Ii i
Church Each Monday at 7:30 the Every one enjoy a visit home. Each School at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Action For God". The chairman, ::11
I Young Adult Choir rehearses. Each members are asked to Invite someone Rev Leroy Davis pastor closed Fri- Bro. Arthur Hill, solicits the support I
Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30. home for the celebration. day July 6. There were 55 par- of the community to help make this 1 t
"Men's Day a great affair. Serviceswill ;'
be held at 11 ..m. and 7 p.m. July

15.Francis Chapter 140O.E.S. will not Girl Scout Troup 86. from left to right< : Joyce Walnrlght Irene Walnwrlfffif. '.

meet in their regular monthly Pam Pratt (back row) Mrs. R, S. Mulllns. Lori Schinn, Patty Mulllns. Betsy... ;%
POUR ON THE meeting Monday due to the one day Yawn, and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn. .. .' .- ., I
session to be held in Orlando with VJ

'v Grand Officers in charge. All Six Local Girl Scouts Tour Mexico ..,
THIS members are Invited to attend this !) .; ;
meeting.The .
Bradford County Christian MIs- Six senior girl scouts from Troup teaching crafts and folk dances. '*!" ""t

SUMMER! sionary and Literary Society will 669 will be traveling to the Interna- The trip will include five days sponsor jointly a Vacation Bible tional Girl Guides Center in Cuer- Mexico City, where the scouts will\ >e'/ "'""s
School with"Church of God in Christ" navaca, Mexico July 11 for 12 days of touring the city visiting the ruins';' ''T""
North Pine Street July 15 through 20. touring and working.The pyramids and various cultural attra!/f- .:
Classes will be daily from 5 to 7 p.m. girls have been working towardthe lions in the city. .'i1'7".;,
: Beginning Sunday at 6:30: 'p.m. trip for over a year, explained Mrs. Mullins said three girls sped* "
.J II. there will be a parade and sing out for Mrs. K. S. Mullins, by selling Girl Spanish, but for the rest it will "sign
our pre-opening starting at the above Scout cookies and earning money on language and the dictionary." ';'
named church.Preschoolers. their own. Those going are Betsy Yawn, pally.it; ""
children youth and The group will spend a week at the Mullins Irene and Joyce Wainwright;: lpf
-,FIHEAT adults are Invited to come. Church center, Our Cabana, with Girl Guides Pam Pratt, Lori Schinn and Mrs. Lila. """.
members and non church membersare from Mexico, the United States and Rae Yawn and Mrs. R. S. Mulling '*."
Invited to attend.A Barbados. They will be involved in They will be leaving from Tampa ali> l"'
CENTRAL very successful Vacation Bible service projects ranging from puppet port Wednesday morning and return;'-.?'-"
tA School at Ebenezer Baptist Church. shows for Mexican children toGirl ing July 24. '' ""

Rev. Leroy Davis, pastor, closed Friday .It: 'V't'.'
& AIR July 6. There were 55 participants scouts .. .. .. :,
ages pre-school to adults.As appreciate their interest ,in Girt. ,:.
a token of love and concern the Bible We welcome home from two weeks Scouting and it will be used to start .
Completely Installed School sent a cash donation to two at Chowenwaw North Carolina and troops this fall. Also thank you to the. ., <';
: of Its community sick, along with Georgia, Lenore Welty, Michelle Women's Club for the support they .......
2-TON medical supplies and edibles donated Kimutis and Julee Wise. They enjoyed gave us this past school year. ',,, .
$1690 i by Bradford County Christian Society "Rock-Hound Trip"and we will. Thanks to the members of ADK for 1.I11.1t.
SYSTEM hear from them next week. their support of the Senior Troop, we
After bendiction Friday, Vernette Spending two weeks at Chowenwawnow need more community support a*we: i.
(Plus any necessary elec. work) World confessed Christ at the close of are Brooke Williams and are reaching more girls each year. ".."
bible school Adrienne Welty. We know they will and must depend on Starke and Bradford \.'.;
I WE SERVICE ALL MAKESAN On July 4th the B.C.M.and L. Society have a good time also.Congratulations County for help. 'I,r'\
presented to our member Bro. to the following Remember Glrl.Scout Day
; p MODELS$ OF CENTRAL .Horace Griffin "The Good News BI.ble'w" Fly'Ups:Shannon Abrams,Carla Mc- Camp which starts ,IJuIY-30.an4nupi" .)4
: wish for his continued sue- Cutchemi; McGee'"' Tarra .
;;: CONDITIONING, cesrf su-Af begins ha| will for the ?Rtlr1 Marlyn J.*heron thru me a A call gusqRfW Jt ydu.a Sdf4sp,e.interested@Jdlstiv:! { f:ia at
-)f"I 1 1 ministry in the Fall.:He greatly Perry, Annajean West Jenny Dayon, tending as a scout or a unit leader),I. ...
SYSTEMS missed by the society and the community Amy Tyson, Alice Williams. Vicky have forms for both and will be happy, I'.''.
I Goodowns, and Lisa Tlerney, to hear from you. You do not have to. ., ..
Free Canaan True Church of God In Big thank you for the generous gift be a Girl Scout to attend or to be a
Christ Prayer Band meeting Mon- from the Little Women's Club, we do lender ---
CONTRACTS AVAILABLE day 6 p.m. Tarrying service Wed. 7 Silt' *
I p.m. Friday Church service. Sunday "u >V
; l.Cc.c. school '10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 I ftlay
a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Little Rock: True Church of God In INDUSTRIES PRODUCTION : : .

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THE AIR CONDITIONING EXPERTS each given a colorful class ribbon by
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Opposition to the current Food
Stamp program wu voiced by Jerry

Moran 01 KJngsley Lake. Moran aid ? ,, P r ,
rp, .
lie favors the former system of ?
distributing commodities. NI
The'Federal Government Is leaning
more and more to paying money to :
food stamp recipients and the stamps ,
will probably be replaced by dollars t ,
In the next year or two, Stone said 1r r { "
Th.SALT II treaty with Russia Is
not favored by area residents in a recent rr 4'I
poll conducted by the Florida {
Tlm -Unlon Rep. Frank Williams, sz
D-Cry.Ul Lake. told Sen. Stone, asking .
tor the senator's comment. '
;foils' are Important but they cannot : -
,govern." was Sen. Stone's first t .
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thought. It is the responsibility of the L _.
U.S.-Senste to make the correct declsloaxirt : -- The Starke Businessmen
Bottom row, left to right Coach Mitchell Brown, Randy Corbin.JJ. Wheeler, The MisfitsBottom
light of the interests of the
United States. Stone added. Man Drowns Buddy Paterson Doug Jones But Ratliff. row.John left to right Randall Thomas Tom Paladin. Metre Llsenbe"" ,
Top row, I. to r.. Ronnie Thomas Bill McRae. Steve Cubbedge Gene Tanner Gllpla Ramsey
National polls favor SALT H.Stone
Top row. I. to r.. Steve Cox Billy Sanford. Denton Devoe, Lloyd Gllpln. Fred
Matt Hull Robbie Dale Don Jackson
Smith Haas. Sproud. Prevail, and Steve
poipWd out. All however
polls are
taken from an uninformed William Bruce Richards, 74, of Thomas Wheeler. Lamar Sanford. Mark Graudons, Jim Burney, Lonnle Olive. Johnny,
Brown. Mike McRae.
Se4),"Stone added. Stone said Friday Starke.resuscitation Is given by John mouth-to-mouth Sheehan at Not pictured are Larry Brown; Tommy Reddish, and Larry Paterson Not pictured, David, Harley, Dong Mains. i
he uninformed
was on SALT 11 but the
Senjkte-was to begin debate Monday In Flagler Beach Saturday afternoon.
-Senate Assisting Is Mary Mott (face to .. ,
his: committee. '
camera). Efforts to save Richards ; ,
Motet Importation considerations on

SALMI: Sen. Stone said, are: eaten failed.He died and It's around may speculated have 1130 p.m gotten Richard's. cramp had. Special Issue July 26 Ashtrays T-Shirts Street Dance July 28 ,

lt What would the effective e
military! and nuclear balance be during
,Oi*life of the treaty? 11II, .. \y\
2?What will be the bargaining posttiortftUlM ECKE s .
United States for SALT III? / PRINT* PlLM TW'Cf Nf.. i
5SGASTsAVEt e> .. MM M V** tr *>a**** *, Y. M**:* VO
3)) Verification. www,,at.*,-*w MM wrr.rwwwW DO*t f>AV KMI" 'lA r \
MM : swiff *JPM SX is***sM Me* .
Stone pointed out he places the |TtME. | ...your little neighborhood department store. AND M VtVQAV.J!* :*ter..**j'i' '. x"ISZSKSF", ,w*" '

verification question third unlike 11'' '' .
some senators who will vote on the ,
treaty. \" '
Deep cuts in nuclear numbers were Iii.jr='
promised In SALT II. but the U.S. -.._._n-
didn't,get them Stone said. The '. \ TYLENOL
senator indicated he wants to be certain
the United States doesn't get hurt ", TA BLETS i,
by SALT II and that the country ends e1enotbtoo I .;

up In a good position to bargain from '. 'J1 149 Delta I

"Why did you go along with Carteron
thePanama: Canal?'' asked. Gov. COLGATETOOTHPASTE ';
Charley Johns. : FIDDLE rety uylrr ,
In a lengthy answer Sen. Stone said i, PADDLE CHARM CRICKET !
when the Senate finally got to vote it '. / '!Fluoride. 8. Clusters of popcorn DETERGENT DELTA LIGHTER
was to ratify or reject a treaty o 73 --. p"c*. with peanuts In a 32-02 bottle 2-types, PAPER T OWELS Disposable butane
already signed by President Carter. .,< reflects 7. delightful glaze 7oxREQ. PEG 89 EACH 125ct I ply, tighter REQ. 99 I
Stone said he felt it was In the best interest oil label.LIMIT 1 k .89-LIMIT 1 LIMIT 2 REQ SS* EA LIMIT 2 ', ,j
of the country to have the treaty L I ,
though he did not approve of, it f 39C //69 I '
totally. Had the treaty not been sign- pERSONNABLADESbia 4' O Qt; FOR "r
ed Stone said he thinks there would be ,'
civil disorder in other Central '
American countries than Nicaragua Super. LIMIT platinum 1 =
such as El Salvador, Guatemala
,Costa duras.Rica. Grenada, and the Hon- t p --" ro'Mullicolor.
5 ,thong sandal, I s ij I
"Don't you think we had the man- for casual wear. REG. $1.39 I Guelityrubberm.skaflns!: SPRAY a ;
power and the strength to hold onto .. w/th.1-typ.snorkel. "r Kills most crawling y
J j; ,
9-c ,1 MODEL E1525 Insects 11-O1. can. -
the canal? asked Gov. Johns. GEL
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REG. $8.49 .
DIGS ) t' REG. SI 39
The U S would have been able to ANTACID : i
the canal but would have' LIQUID fiesta... ,99.- .. .. :
protect zone 12-0%.bottle. U" ...
.. c
\ against been unable sabotage to protect.and"disruptions-the shipping I "' ... .Antigas.LIMIT 1 .- .. ,PEDfr-. .! .." 'r '.: ../Aw .. ,. I, ....I ., ,, t:
: nn t erl 'f'v1.99" j 110 -
the Panamanians which would have c '' :! .. SPORT SOCKS :
resulted In losing the use of the !!; rr''. I
Panama Canal,Stone told Gov Johns SUPER '
was his opinion of that problem.Sen. .,, r. RODS FOGGER :
'J EPSOM NYlon.lretChaock.Wlt\\ i
Stone said he campaigned at ; % 2-pc..plnrod..Your Set release/ valve.KIHs I,
length against the Panama Canal SALT I. \ choice E301.E302.E31 exposed Insects In '
,, pound REG. TO $12,99 2 hours. 5-os oj y! d'
treaty. He opposed the signing of the .
pr.nul.I aerosol. REQ. $2.89 ; l
treaty. Stone said, but once it was 7ge ; 1 i EASY 799 : :. .
signed the Senate was left with the WIPES i-i 159 .S
decision to support the treaty or reject .tl Pack of 5.reusable Ct ( ,
it. Fearing the canal would Cloths. REQ. 89. -"' "'
become a political field day for forces LIMIT 4 ; ; ,:
supported in the Carribean by Fidel : o RANSIMIWIOFLUN HARTZ 2 In 1 I PLUS ; .
Castro the senator said he voted to OM01LIS9UFRRoTION 2/77C1 = ID i
approve the Carter signed treaty as Faryanllln. liJ. -; For use In mosttransmissions. FLEA COLLAR x
the lesser of two evils. 4-oz. bottle, ) Protects pets against fleas '
: (
LIMIT 1 -' 32-ounce. a ticks. For dog or caL \ r ,.

More.... Architectfrom STEP STOOL 2 /88 C 219' ,
Textured styrene plastlo FOR ussmnrlM .',
TROPIC 18V4" xAssorted 12.", nine '
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board would have to come up at least TANNING OIL flEG. $U8239D.rkt.nnlng.
with a $56,000 proposal reroof the entire Xijiii\8'4" rA,
building with a cork-like layer ,I' 299
which could be applied as a foam and !1 .
would have a 5-year guarantee.
"How much more to guarantee no ECKERD "C" or"D" BRADLEY ,
roof leaks?" Supt. Casey wanted to I ,'
"If you're talking about a Topowerll.lhllghl8.toy. I
for the entire roof we needto Cot'A ;; a morel REG 8349 GRILL ,
guarantee ?: -By Trial siz.. I o Automatic Ignltor \
talk about the other proposal contractor
"if' dual .
Ernest Triest said, referring 01. LIMIT 1 I \ PAC739 14" x tontro 22" surface s/ (, !

to the$56,000 proposal.In I Stainless steel ALUMINUM I '
twin burners. WEB A
other action June. 28, the school REG. $148." LAWN FURNITURE \
board: r' YM Aluminum frame with colorful 1 ,
12988 _bblng,Fold for easy storage. \ I '
-Awarded the following bids: I CHAIN CHAIHREO J
-Student accident insurance to .*9.99 REQ.$17.09
Guaranty Trust Life of Winter Haven 1; l r CHARCOALLITLR j .:
through the Jane Usher Agency of 0.'", ....-- The safe way to start .2/100 I
Union County. :M, your charcoal. Quart REQ. 78'I 1
-Rebid food products because of a I 1
limited response and prices nine per GALAXY KEYSTONE XR100CAMERA ter i

cent higher than the previousstarter.. 16" FAN KODAK' 25-QT. IGLOO K & S LAWN t
Added uninsured motorists Whl.perquletmolor.batanced With built-in electronic' flash !
coverage to the district's Vehicle fleet blades Grill removes for PR-10 FILM Color corrected tons a 400 COOLER TRIMMER
to protect students at a cost of Sl.WO., cleaning MODEL 2161. For 10 color prints that speed capability MODEL 108 Molded of high density 'A-HP.Easy toh.ndl. \

-Servicing manual typewriters to eyes. .'i polyethylene.REQ, $18 99. Trims shrubs.wound REQ. $17.99 ones A
Nordyke Business Machines of 3499038.55' ig \
Gainesville at US per ,machine for i 88 s 'i ,,1
and, .
cleaning plus an hourly rate MODES No. 300 '
mileage. Service on electric
contracted to Man- .
typewriters was
.. t
che Business Systems at $45 per WxSff "
machine for cleaning. HOLDERS I
-Approved a $101,226 compensatory "'sae ,-L Pack of 4,holds regular Flexible HnhiwetghtNO ," ,,'I:!
education program for lm-*" for / SUe plates. REQ. j).99 'I reinfara d. ; .,
which students storm 25 percentile 49 ;J.1.' ... 1803 REQ. $9.99 '

Skills '
Basic are eligible. TOOTH BUFF SHAVER
gram reduces the pupil-teacher in. New battery-powered dental AMI''''.S-track tape player microgroove heads ,
to 1-M by putting second BSR "
stain remover Polish your teeth changer a 2-tpeakers. Senshrp.rsngbl.d.ea / +
a regular classroom cf 28 students. the profesalonal' way MODELS 4200 4800 travel wallet MODEL 1 124RE3. i 'r ':' .
-Awarded ,bids for repair of 354 MODEL TB-t RCO 'I61.PA f?2.99 : "
school.bus seats to a Hampton man = a I : ,
with .-rol11n repair shop in an old 888 $1a-J99! 1sal !
school bus at a cost of$12.90 per unitor 1 ;

$4,423. I '
Scheduled a walk-through inspection .. 'i.>11
t >

Bradford(the board's oC deteriorating High regular for Monday monthly'.A Building meeting July I at'*. ?I PEOPLE TRUSTECKERO'S FOR SALE THRU PRICES SAT.'JULY GOOD 14 1Bi3lDfJfD: )( ( (I i 1a./j fJlf15(! ) ". "r ;' I""

date) at'? p.m. on which Supt. Casey QUALITY OPEN WEEKDAYS! ," -

wants tear down''a-decision: Casey made wants to to repair save or at PRESCRIPTION 9 A.M.SUNDAY tit 9:P.M. Gt f I lf r 1ff1m] ( "JL"], :: ;\, I

least half of the building! but said It Is! SERVICE ,, 10 A.M. til 7< P.M. CI a.JVVLlW; LJ d

TheMfloor is filling saving through the otherhalf. in at, tow, tow prices! SHOP ITEMS EARLY LIMITED.SOMS CALK 31 S. Walnut, t. tar e. FIa. f""r.,

places, it was reported. A.
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1: .''I't.';:;';': .I't:. BROOKER ,i : ;'; Stork. Ft. Description of Property:
County Filed and Docketed July
ministration' hot been
*/9B4Wng/9 LOTS B>9 OF ILK B "IN
.''on.,* of Bradford ARd ADAMS. DCO- mailed 3. 1979.. George L. '
BRIEFBy or. required, ;'(_ '. ,;, l.T.. I COS ADD BEING
County Florida, have ed WITHIN THREf MONTHS Carlisle Clerk Circuit < FRACl LOTS See 20.

designated the Bradford FROM THE DAZE Of THCFIRST Court Clay County NOTICE OF Twp-63. R22. ,
Jeannette Prescott County Zoning and Planning NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION' PUBLICATION OF Florida. APPLICATION FOR Name In which assessed '

Phone: 489-1713 Board to conduct a THIS NOTICE to tile any WITNESS my hand and TAX DEEDS : A.C. Carter

public hearing' at a TO ALL PERSONS HAVING objections they may the teal of this Court on **. 194.1, .... All of sold propertyNOTICE -

Marshal Resigns Willie. Mr. and Mrs. Husband. June' regular meeting held at CLAIMS OR DE hove that challenge the July 3. 1979GEORGE being In the. County of '.'

Town of Brooker, Marshal Tommie parents, of Stark La. were visiting 7:30: P.M.. In the CountyCom"lnlon MANDS AGAINST, THE validity of the decent L. CARLISLE 1 IS HEREBY Bradford, State of.->
of ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL A* Clerk of she Court GIVEN that Vernle P. ;.....
Raulerson submitted his resignationto Mrs. Ola Prescott and son Tampa. meetingroom < nf. will the qualifies- Florida.
Mayor: Blake Hamilton, effective Everyone had a bar-b-que cookout. It Bradford County OTHER PERSONS IN. fleas of the personal By Gwen Clerk f. Jenner.A Odom the holder of the Unless such: certificate.!:":'

Jane 30. 1979, As Marshal of the City was a very Joyous occasion for Courthouse, Slorke. TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: representative' or mavanva 7/13418/3 Deputy following certificate ha or certificates hall b*...;

01( Brooker. He thanked all the everyone. Before returning to Florida on Tuesday Jury. YOU ARE HEREBY or jurisdiction of filed sold certificate' for redeemed according to/:;:;,
Prescott and his and make NOTIFIED that the administration a tax deed to be Issuedthereon. law the property descrlb ;
rfeidents of the City of Brooker. and Brooker Sgt. family 31, 1979 a the court.
and kindness took to Homestead Fla. wherehe recommendation to the of the estare NOTICIO'I..IO..L The certificate ed: In such certificate ot' ,
Cjty Council for their help a trip ALL CLAIMS
and of Issuance ,
number :
year certificates will b sold .
stationed Board of County Com.mlssloners of LEONARD
his administration
during asli was previously DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS '
and the ADAMS deceased, The City Council of the the description to the highest bidder OK _"/
Marshall. But his other duties '
of the and th* ,
I Is City of Hampton Florida property the courthouse door o ,.. ,;
personal and professional hindered Board will consider on File Number 79-38-CP, WILL K FOREVER SAR.RED. voted to hold a Special name In which It woe '
hem from giving the Job the service Itlfserved. Monday August 6. 1979 pending In the Circuit' assessed follow :'.
election regarding the. ors a* : Monday In Mantle)) ,.
( At this writing no one has Gospel Sing to at the some sold place at Court for Bradford Court Data of the first publl- adoption of a now Certificate No. 117 second 1979. which t t. ',
of July,
bieh appointed to serve out the 10:00 A.M. on Ordinance ty. Florida Probate Division cation of this Notice of Charter by the City of Year of Issuance 1977 the 16th day of Julf.' ,
balance of his term. relating to: the address of Administration: July 13 Hampton Florida. Description of Property .I,

Benefit Luekemin The resorting of the which I I. Bradford County 1979. THEREFORE a special COM AT SE COR OF SE 1979.Dated this 24th day of'.;'"

gPrraonaluJSgt following described pro Courthouse, Temple Mayma A. Adam election' will bo held 1/" OF N 980'. W 1800'. S
An all night gospel sing at the and amending the Avenue, Starke. Florida 304.54' TO POB S 152 27' May,
and Mrs. Paul D. Prescott Jr. party A* Personal Represen- Tuesday July 31, 1979. $. BROWN
apd daughters. Nung & Alicia has Lawtey Gospel Music Park will begin Comprehensive land 32091 tatlva of tha Estate of The usual polling placedwill W 432.26'. TO ELY R/W CLERK

returned to Holloman AFB. New Mexico July 14 at 5:00.: Use Plan' to provide that The personal LEONARD CARTER be used: and the. OF HWY 301 N 15'E By: Beulah M. Mood"poa.

after spending 2 weeks vacation. The sing, sponsored by The land currently toned representative of the ADAMS Deceased normal hour for voting ISB "'. E 367.5V TO Clerk of Circuit Court of

irfg in Fla. with their parents. Mr. and Leukemia Association of Americanand RIC ft BR3. designated by estate Is MAYME W. will be observed, which' SEC. 7, Twp-1-S, Bradford County Florida

:Mrs Paul D Prescott, and Johnny. The Jacksonville Gear Jammers the plan a* Rural ADAMS whose address ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAl are 7:00: A.M. to 7:00 R22. 621tchg 7/12

Vhile they were here the whole family C.B. Club will benefit The Leukemia Residential be rezoned I I. ".0. Box 1086. Starke, REPRESENTATIVE: J.J.WOIBERT. P.M. All registeredvoters Nom. In which Bramlatt assessed
Luane W.
went to Lakeland and visited Association. to MS and designatedlight Florida 32091. The name JR. P.O. BOX of the City of
All of sold
fiends and relatives. They visitedfr Guests will Include the Young Industrial the property and address of the personal 1086 STARKE FLORIDA Hampton Florida are In the property of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
being County
!\ and Mrs. D.R. Minton the Min Disciples Baxley, Ga., the Singing of NANCY ) representative'. 32091 Telephone: eligible Book to vote.Registration In the. Bradford Stole of. OF BRADFORD COUNTY;,, (:

tgn's son, Ray and his wife Margie Christians Raiford the Gospel BIOODGOOD. describedas attorney are let forth 904-964.3200 of Elections Florida. FLORIDA .,;'I{
alsovjhited Echos. Lake Butler, the Frampton follow 27,000 f.. below. Supervisor Civil Action No. 79.310
aid three daughters. They : sq. 7/12 2tchg 7/19 Office, Bradford County Unless such certificate r,
Family Starke, the Soul Searchers located nine mile Southof All having .
the Minton's daughter, Mandy persons Courthouse, will closeFriday. or certificate shall be ;
Jacksonville the Watchmen Quartet Stark the East side claim or demand In re the marriage ql (
.ipd her two sons. They all had supper on redeemed according to
June 29, at 3:00p '
I together and traveled to Lake Pagett Valdosta Ga., and the Watkins Family of Hwy 100 In Section 13, against the estate ore IN THC CIRCUIT COURTOF .m. for this election. law the property ducrlbRUSSELL S. SEALE husband ; .

ip Land O' Lakes to the home of Mr. Lake City.Donations Township 8 South. Range required WITHIN THREE CLAY COUNTY. Addltlanollnfarmotlon ed In such certificate or and BlINDA SEALE:

jjd Mrs C.J. "Tony" Prescott and will be accepted.LEGALS 22 East ((100'.212') for MONTHS FROM THE FLORIDA and sample ballot maybe certificate will be cold wife

e mini-storage' l DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION Civil Action No. received' from the City to the highest bidder at NOTICE OF ACTION .,
warehouses. OF THIS 79-472-CA Clerk the courthouse door on TO: RUSSELL S. SEAIE '
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f .. ... You are further given NOTICE, to file with the In ,. the marriage of /./1,1. Virginia Hart the second Monday In ADDRESS UNKNOWN ':':
NOTICE that o copy of clerk of the above court PAUL EDWARD PAULK, IRIS VIRGINIA HART Month of July. 1979. : .
to sold fictitious ding the Comprehensive' said proposed ORDINANCE a written statement of husband and BARBARA City Clerk which I I. the 16th day of YOU
register wife that an action forO':
NOTICE OF name under the pro,," Land U.. Plan' EI.montj I*available for any claim or demand ANN PAULK, 6/213tchg 7/12 July 1979. dissolution of marriage- <

j;: INTENTION .Ion. o' ofauold and Map by Bradford your Inspection at the office they may have, Each NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Doted, 1979GILBERT this 24th day ot has been filed and you: .

TO REG'STER' .Ialul.. County Florida' Inaccor. of the Director of claim must be In writing : BARBARA ANN May S. BROWN.or.. required to serve o; -

FICTITIOUS NAME Warren Wotmou0h dance with the local Zoning and Planning, and must Indicate the PAULK. Rout 1 Bon 244, NOTICE OFINTENTION Clerk copy of your written,.

and Jerome 8rod.ky. Government Com. Bradford County Courthouse basis for the claim, the Bandy Virginia 24602 By. Beulah M. Moody defenses, if any, to It on

Pursuant to Section joint own.r. pr.h.n.I" Planning' Act Starke, Florida. name and address of the 'YOU ARE NOTIFIED TO REGISTER Clerk of Circuit Court of petitioner's attorney,.:;

86S.09. Florida Statutes. Doted this 121h day a. of 1975 a. provided for In Each and every Person creditor or his agent or that an action for FICTITIOUS Bradford' County, Florida whose name and aa-,:

notice I. hereby given July. A.D. 1979. at Chapter 163 of the having any Interest attorney, and the dissolution of marriage NAME 6/21 4tchg 712NOTICE dress I I. J.J. WOLBERT;:;

.that the undersigned Slark.. FL 7/12ltpd 8/2 Florida Statutes. whatever In the enactment amount claimed. If the hoe boon filed and you JR., ".0. Box 1086.

Warren Walmough, P.O. TO: All Citizens. Tax. of this proposed claim' .Is not yet due the ore required to serve a Pursuant to Section Stark. Florida 32091

Box 306. Waldo FL poy.1 and other In. ORDINANCE should appear date when It will become copy of your written 865.09, Florida Statutes, OF 964.5200 on or beforeAPPLICATIONFOR

32694. and Jerome Brod, NOTICE OF tended "...an.. and be heard at the due shall be stated. If delen**. If any. to It on notice Is hereby given august 2. 1979. and fill, ;

sky P.O. Bo" 209. APPLICATIONFORWaldo time and place prescribed. the claim I I. contingent or petitioner's attorney that the undersigned' TAXDEEO the original with the'
FL 32694. doing REZONING AND You and each of You unliquidated, the natura whoa name and ad. Gary D. Brier, 2904 Sec. 194.16. F.S. clerk of this court either
and herewith dress It J.J. Wolbert J, Northeast Tenth Street NOTICE IS HEREBY before service on petltioner '
business under the firm AMENDMENT OF ore hereby BOARD OF BRADFORD of the uncertainty shall ? '
name of "E/Z Auto LAND USE PL"'N given notice In occorSales' COUNTY COMMISSION.ERS be stated. If the claim I I. hq.. P.O. Box 1086 Gainesville, Fla. 32601 GIVEN that Verne P. s attorney or Irmmediately :
P.O. Box M. dance with florida secured, the security Stork, Florida 32091 on doing business under the Odom the holder of the thereafter!
or before MONDAY.AUGUST firm name of "BRIER'SGEM following certificate has otherwise a judgment
Waldo FL 32694. intends 'n ORDINANCE om.n. Statutes that the Board By: Gilbert S. Brown shall be described. The
13. 1979, and JEWELRY", 109 E. filed sold certificate for will be entered for theo
Clerk claimant shall deliver tile the original with the Call Street Starke, Fla. tax deed to be Issued relief demanded In the

1tchg7/12 sufficient copies of the clerk of this court either 32091 Intends to thereon. The certificatenumbers petition

Yl\IPTON SIGNS claim to the clerk to before service on peti register said fictiaus and years of IsWITNESS my hand and'

enable the clerk to mall tioner's attorney or Immediately name under the provisions suance, the description the seal of this Court on,

SIGN PAINTING MAGNETIC SIGNS MOBILE SIGNS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT one copy to each personal thereafter; of aforesaid of the property and the June 25. 1979.

ROUTED SIGNS REFLECTIVE SIGNS SIGN KITS FOR BRADFORD COUN representative.All otherwise a Judgment statute names In which it was A* Clerk of the Court
TY. FLORIDA PROBATE persons InterestedIn will be entered for the Gary D. Brier, owner assessed are as follows: By: Virginia F. Darby
964-6511 DIVISIONFile the estate to whom a relief demanded In the Doled this 28th day of Certificate No. 82 As Deputy Clerk

Number 79.38.CP copy of this Notice of Ad- petition. June, A.D. 1979, at Year of Issuance 1977 6/28 4tchg 7/19 ,

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2305 N. T.mpl. A".. -
Three bedrooms, 2 fuil' boths, front kitchen central' air :
Starke .
Phon.964.1711OHic. Flo. awnings, skirted all set up and ready to move 'In..only If you have property for sale CECELIATERWILLEGAR A PHONE 964777620S

) $9 99S VA and bank financing available. N. Temple SlarKe. Florid.

op.n Monday thru
Phone 964.5606
Saturday 9.S p.m. Sunday.byappolnlm.nt. .
Olin's Mobil. Homes, dealer
don't tell yourneighbor SPECIAL

623 "In.wood 2 BR
KINGSLIY LAKE 2400 sq. ft. ham 4
LAWTEY 3 BR 2 bath. on
bedroom iff 812 lot Specially Priced'
two acres tell
realtor ....$46.000.
Klngiley Lak. 90 It. on FAULKNER ... DONTFOR
wat.r. Brick Duplex E.Z to e

convert to single. REALTY 96-i.soBB m

S04 E. Adklns 4 BR 2
'fireplace. storage house. I
patio 1
41* N. Church 3 BR I I Phone 964-7700 LIVING large, handsome brick an 1 1/2 I

bath fireplace. tingle! FHA ft VA FINANCING AVAILABLERESIDENTIAL | 33 N. Temple Avenue 1 acre 4 BR. 2 B, CHftA. cathedral ceilings, fireplace, t!

garage double garage, ell emenltle. paved circular driveway i''

419 N. Wot.r 3 BR. I I PRICE. IS RIGHT..owner 100 Ac.of Land South part near Country Club.
bath frame cheap 73 x ISO' lot with 2 BR 1 B frame $7500 00 good terms. hot just reduced the priceon ef county, adjoining. I

Two beautiful lets corner 2BR I IB IR DR Kit' FR with 1 BR rental and large Con. Blk this 2 bedroom 1 1/2 Alachua. Let u* .how you. SO GASOLINE SUPPLY IS TIGHT You can walk from !

Adkms ft Water workshop Nice, lot In good location.3BR bath home to S1S.SOO. Walnut St. end so can yourt.nants. Here I I. an excellent :

Two beautiful lots IB frame with nice lot. $9500 00 Still got For Sale. older ._ & I 'Investment opportunity two large, nicely furnished R
Church St 2BR l IB Con Blk in lawn Immaculate PECAN TREES...shade this home .In need of repairs to epartments plus e furnished cottage over an \

Two Story Brick Colonial 3Br I IB with 3 acres 4 bedroom home with settle estate. acre of goad landscaping' complete package r.

Country Club 4 BR 3 bath 4BR 2B Dbl Wide MH on 2 I 2 A Hampton area. fenced yard paved street Qnh4'.I OWNER FINANCING.$50,000..

.4 BR concrete block with $13,500. Good Investment, St..... l.illinit <<:. IVtiPMtnKKU.IUK .
swimming pool on 1 1.2 FARMS ft ACREAGE Business, downstair, with : .21 PRODUCTIVITY Is a .key word these days Buy this picturesque '

acre 'lot on Morgan Rood. 3BR with 4 acres Hwy 16 West R.duc.d to $23.000 I NSW LISTING. bedroom living area upstairs. TLJ. ._ it t 120 acre farm In the /rook.r-New River area

.2 BR one bath block. Nice, 6 acres with 3 BR I B frame. I country home on 1 acre I,1NII'III.I/Rlltt ROBERTS REAL ESTATE end only S 150. an acre fenced crassfenced farmhouse
3 acres with well : $14.500. THJ.3HIMISTARKE { ft .. OWNER FINANCED
Christian Street. large lot Hampton area '. 3 BR elder home, with' 2 .r.

.6 acres ft 4BR Hampton area REDUCED 1/2 .c. of pretty lend AREA 964-7828
Paved rood 7 acres S7 500 Easy Terms. ROOM TO ROAM3 several tree ft fish, NOTE TO SMALL INVESTORS A tiny. home en West
pecan outside
.26 acres waterfront S acres.SS.000. Easy Terms. bedroom home on approximately palld. Iocr. just citylimits. 986 N. Temple Adkln far ".000. OWNER FINANCED.
S490 down $50
Grandm Terms. Beautiful 4 acres with 2BR IB home, workshop 3 car 3 acres, 23500. .
.2 to '10 acres Several garage Immaculate Evenings Please. cell mo. .S2.99S. Starke Fla. LOSING' GROUND TO INFLATION Invest In these

location Terms. 2 1/2 ACRES..a "super"nice V.rnl. P. Odom. Broker Bradford County Bargains

.14.S acres ft SBR Cape WATERFRONTOver double-wde{ home GRI. Phone 964-5476 36.35 acres 1340' US 301 SPECIAL PRICE SHORT TIME 11'/ ec. ft 4BR 2B CHS.A Brownie Rd $...000

Cod. 200' frontage on Black Creek 2 acres with 2 BR ready for occupancy Pearl Andrew '64.773'L. SS6.SOO terms ONLY Sampson lake lotS13SOOOO furnished epertment en 301 $70.000
home house. $71,500. Beautiful lot Beisent Rd. S5960
Building, lots in town I G. Dall 964-7591 building
80 Acre farm. 3 BR 2 Bo
3BR IB, Con Blk, house only 2 years old on Sampsonlake $17,500 tare a apt. 101 Flnenced
outMotel home barn, out.bldgs. 30 S36.000 3 BR I B Pratt St. FHA ft VA
C Trailer Park-one VA FHA approved 3BR, 2
pecan trees, fenced across 200' a large CB home
One 301 frenteg
of the best In town and acre on Crosby lake in restricted area. Broker owner bath home In country.
fenced SO
making money lovely BITTER HOME a GARDEN 12 Acre CB home 3 BR 2 SCHLA

Tired of looking let us IS unit MINI STORAGE COMMERCIAL and 600 ft. OFFICE SPACE, onover BRADFORD COUNTY CALL 100 Acre farm, well septic screened In petloliving garage, large utility ream,
build a new home witha sq Brick home located on
you a etec. appro* 100 pecan room dining ream family room en paved ro.dI"
Touch of. Class Watch 1 12 ocr. corner 'lot Plenty of room to expand beautiful lot In
BILL POWELL trees, divided by pav.droad. quiet L......'.
large service station with remodeled offices.
for our Modal Home. the .' ,, S130.000.LAWTEY. neighborhood lots of I.
;.Barcelona'; at the Country 210' Hwy 301 pecan trees, 3 BR. 2 both DIAMONDS IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD
Club I IS 218' frontage on Hwy 301-Service Station. pumps and REAL ESTATE Green acres.Large it acres Inside city. FINANCED
tanks Included Reduced to $43,000. 36 great acre 1610 en acre
4 acresbeautifuloakscity
WI SILL THIIAITH.. Hwy 301 North 150x200* lot with small.con. blk. bldg '" to 26 frame home In city, 6 ..,.. GrrtfU leap $1500 en acre

f! AND EVEIYTHINGON IT Great location Beside To.Reno Motel :h" iISN.W.InvtIt, watergood perfect for apartment 13 acre 301 ft Morgan Rd. FINANCED
terms per acre
H Home Pork-12 acres included B mobile home. 964-6464 24 Hr*.

.nlngll Room for expansion. Hampton area,., Beautiful wooded lots In PROFITS will''be derived tram these. Investments!
lolph ". 'ryon .' >\I,' / Water front lot. ready to build owner financed. 3 BR from. on 1.6 acres Graham area Terms 3 Country Cub. lot Q ".100. an acre) .
LOTSI paved road.$12.800 term
it.olto 64.620. [B MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING ; TI' availableVA FINANCED
termite theY I/] 219- 1/2 Call ft Water FINANCEDlet
, Wayne E. Douglo.5veke i acre Hwy 100 Good location. Good 100-xieS' lot nice shade tress $3000. 'loke access with a
1.. Hampton tot with well ft septic$3 49S. Home a Income- large 100 190 Cell ft Church $9.400 FINANCED
; '-Sele.menREAlTo G GWe ; Civic Association membership. ft i FHA approved Brick s .
,I : frame home In good condition Let Broadway Cell FINANCED IDS' s 94
J-hone home dead end
.. 9 roam, J bo,, SO In city on Let S7.BOO leke Hampton Oefc FINANCED
} .vld. phone/61.1225 Dy.l Ass.cI.et thly have payments other lots with )low down payment K,., ft easy'."', an... '." Handyman Specials Under $"000 .:)p 7..'(. ": .. r pecan tree. nice garden street 3 BR. 2 bath-. Nice $2SOO let laurel Beptlsl Reed

.. space, :3 rental mobile
\ti I 'Vleld .w.lI. Assaclate i: j4W& 3 choice parcels. 4- Acres each Close In. I low down homes, I extra hookup Spacious frame In lake '.11I111I. Associate 473-3110

iI Phone 161.5113flIuLI DO APPRAISALS t .,1 1. hI, owner financed. M,4.y (room for several) on 6 Butl.,. 4 BR, 2 bath on 2 luclll.Censor Spry A._,... 964-B420
," "& V-* ; if ryulIO :
I ., :* : acre corner lor
Paul' H. .. .....,-._ ..' acre and house In Lawtey. acres Owner financed

Susan M. Bakken-Reehar. "Jlj' 4 'to ..ft i.' $63.000 SrekN-Own.r. 2 story frame ham in TELEGRAPH

Evening" 964-S06S': : '."'- Wm. C'. Powell Jr. leg R E.Broker ,,'. l\ town on Walnut St. Do. CENTENNIALnr.or'1
Mid ,. .lt"i'' 'Ivonln,. 964-7983 QFFKSt L_'., Turn at/ ..
..ALTOI..SSOCI..TES. scheel tewerd Beptlslchurch. ; ,

I Irene ......._.Iv.. 964-1142 I.,. Mary Hamilton. Assoc Then right at I Associate 't> ,, I
964 6233 !Church fallow _
".ct.M. Settles-tve.964.S944 ( sign) Richard Ret.,.. (0l
CWO(Ret)Dam DSSantiogo Assoc. 964-S37S "
Julie L. OrlfHs-Eve. 964-74W '" A00 o..IwM. ... ,
Robert A. McRoe, Assoc. 964-7279 = DAY. EVE. I WEEKENDS ..
I r f" ::. 7 \ Ruth t. Powell Assoc. ,...7985 Thane' 7E2-M6 Judith Ply.e. q;
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by Btbabetli Terry Mr. James Wood of Hewe .. family visited friends in VaMoat" *, JMkaowrffie. AR are damg welL

>" JiMSOO pent a week wttt hto .o&itlaw. aa dfeuflibter Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Roberta of Georgia last Sunday. Mr. .M in $. c.pebarta.tIae announce
Mrs. Ralph Futeh and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crews parents. Jacksonville on Wednesday. July 4th. Brian Bowman spent some time birth of a f Ib. 14 oc. Branddaughter -
Black Mountain. N.C., spent two and family. His grandson Tommy Harley.Mr. 1 Mrs. Daisy Thompson is spending with his cousin, Robby Bowman, at born June 33. She.la Bobbie
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly spent
weeks with her parent. Mr. and Mn. Crews Satellite Beach. Jo Pike. Her parents are Ren and
went home with him for a long Tuesday until Thursday on their property tome time with her son and daughter-
Willie, Green of Starke member of Grace Josle AU.
during the canning visit. and enjoJ4ldbaUt.lnlIn in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson The newest
...son. Mr. Ralph Witch and Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of at Bedford the lake.Mrs. Lake. Md family of Gainesville. United Methodist Church Elisabeth Mr. Bill Dobbs and daughter

ton came down on Sunday. Their her sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Fred Moore enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. Oscar: Vanzant of Ann Slater, born Friday, July ft, toJohn Christine were Sunday dinner guests
mother Mra. Joyce Futch of Gainesville Thursday until Saturday barbecue with her son-in-law Callahan spent Wednesday afternoon and Carol Sister.Baptist Hap Blackshear Ga., came to Starke on afternoon.Mrs. and supper Mr. and Mrs. Tom with their brother and sister-in-law at 6 Ibs 2 ox. U '.'

Monday and aU of them were dinner John DeVore and family went Casey daughter of Starke., Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. .!Iff .. .. WI..
guests of another Ion Mr. and Mrs. camping on Suwannee River State Elder and Mrs. Eldon Joslin and Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended ,"
Terry Futch and family, of Jackson Park for the f.
4th of July. Wednesday the Gospel sing at Community
ville Beach on Tuesday and enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and family, July of 4th Melbourne dinner guests were of Elder Center of Raiford on Saturday night. Earn Your High School Diploma By Taking
in the
bathing ocean. Mr. and Mrs
family went to St. Augustine on July A.E. Masscy.. Elder Joslin preached Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Hardee of
Ralph Futch returned to their home in Fourth. Mrs. Hodges and Sarah re Wednesday at Prayer Meeting and Gainesville visited their cousins. Mr. The GED Tests.
Black Mountain,N.C. on Friday. Mrs. mained there while Mr. Hodges and the family were overnight guests of and Mrs. Cecil Hardee on Wednesday .
Joyce Futch returned to her home in went to w
sons on Daytona Beach for the July 4th afternoon. :
Blackshear on Friday, also. Stock Car Races. Elder Mr. Maesey.and Mrs. Randy Harley of Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts were Applications For The GED Tests are ;
Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chesser and Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Tuesday overnight guests of their
Mrt. W.F. Atwood, Sr,were business son Richard Jr. and daughter Liz of brother-in-law and Mr. i
Mr. and Mrs. sister and
of their parents,
guests Taken At The Bradford Union Area
visitors in Jacksonville on Friday. Sanford spent the weekend with their Hubbard Harley. Mrs. G.C. Stanley and their mother Being

Daren and Paul McClellan of Mrs. Bessie Watts
Vidalia, Ga., and Randall Reddish of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wilkison, Jr. VocationalTechnical Center

I -----Hampton ni-Gites -- Starke, were Sunday dinner guests of of Jacksonville and Mrs. Gloria Rowe t
their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Les were Sunday dinner guests of their
McClellan. mother Mrs. B.L. Wilkison. Sr. The Deadline Is 1 July 1C, 1979 ;

.' by Dolores Meng tended the Meng Family Reunion at a Mr.and Mrs. Leonard Norman Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright
Phone 408-1915 Genoa, Ohio park Besides Ohio and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons Mrs. spent the weekend with their mother Call 964-6150 Information

relatives the reunion was attended bya Darlene Norman and sons Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright, and their

BookmobileThe sister from Saudi Arabia, a brother Mrs Floyd Norman, their son and. brother-tn-law and sister Mr. and Examinations are Scheduled As Follows: : t
Bradford County Bookmobile and neices from Oakland, California, wife. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Norman Mrs. Jack Brassell.
parks every Tuesday at the Hampton an aunt from Phoenix Arizona and a gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilklson and
Post Office parking lot. nelce from Austin Texas. Vaughan Prescott of Kingsley Lake daughter of Jacksonville were July 23-24 1:00: 2:45: P.M. ; ..

Anyone in the community Is invited Enroute home Paul and Ruth attended July 4th for a get together and swimIn weekend guests of their parents, Mr.
to, browse there between 12:30: and the Grand Ole Opry presentation the lake. and Mrs. Donald WUl lon, Sr. Mr 3:00: 4:45: P.M.

2:30: p.m. Books and magazines of at Nashville, Tennessee, They Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, and Mrs.Donald Wilkison Jr. and son
your choice are free for the checking. spent a day touring Nashville, seeing Ga.,was a Wednesday dinner guest of of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner 6:00.: 7:45: P.M.

the recording studio homes of Ronie Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. guests of their parents, also.
Hampton Elementary Newt Millsap, Roy Acufl and other singing Truman Norman. Mrs. James Dougherty of Englandand 8:00.9:30: : P.M. 'I
Those sixth graders who were ap stars and the museum there. Miss Martha Smith attended Camp John Wilson talked to their
prehensive about leaving their Alma On Saturday they spent the day Meeting In Gainesville. Ga. and parents Col. and Mrs. Bill Wilson on July 25-26 6:00: 7:45: P.M.
Mater need be concerned no longer. with their son,Joe who is a student at Greer S.C. Monday night until Fri-- Saturday. John loves it over there.
The Bradford County School Board Tennessee Temple College In Chat day night. They plan to go to Wales and Scotland 8:00.9:45: : P.M.

recently approved seventh graders tanooga, Tenn. They visited Lookout Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling soon to see those countries.
remaining at Hampton Mrs. Mountain and other interesting visited Mrs. Birdie Hobbs at Lake City Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman en- July 27 9:00: A.M. 10:30: A.M. .\

Margaret Wadsworth acted as places. on Sunday. joyed a family reunion at a lake near .'

spokesman at the meeting for a groupof Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng spent Mrs. John Tye, Sr., was a dinner Keystone Heights on Saturday.Mr. .
parents requesting these students two weeks visiting relatives and guest of her brother-in-law and sister and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and 1 1'j

not be transferred to the Middle friends in Toledo and Huron and at. --_._-"-- _', -. ___ .IlU .MI. --
School. Principal Connie Clark tended the Meng Reunion in Genoa,
agreed this was the wish of the ma-. Ohio. While there they attended a lecture

jority. given by Lowell Thomas, the aunts e !
famous news commentator at the
New Shop Opened Peristyle of the Art Museum. They
Jerry Wadsworth recently openedhis also visited the Toledo Zoo. Enroute
electrician's shop and office at the home they visited Reverend Father
forks of SR-18 and SR221. He is now Patrick Foley, their former pastor
ready to wire houses, mobile homes, who went to the Trappist Monastery

shops or other buildings, and can be at Conyers, Georgia, on June 1.
reached at 4681119.
Prevatt Reunion ,.
Happy Birthday Among those attending the Prevatt
Mrs. Josephine Fontaine Family Reunion held on June 23 at
celebrated her birthday on June 24. Goldhead State Park were Jack '- -

Her granddaughters, JoAnn and Tomblin of Torrance Calif.; Paul and

Janet Fontaine, were here to Linda Cook and Ruby Cook of .- ..; ., .
celebrate with her. They arrived via Melbourne; Maurice and June Hudson 1' '.. ,. t
Amtrak train on June 22 from Connecticut of Thomasville, Ga.; Mike and llr it I
and plan to spend the summer Debbie Prevatt and Erin of Orlando
months with her. Don and Penny Brace of Lake City;

Justin Wadsworth celebrated his Albert and June Tomblin, Donna Half '.-

9th birthday on June 23. He entertained and children, Gerald and Peggy Ben- 12" OSCILLATING FAN
friends with a new water sprinkler nett and children AI and Dorothy

game and treated them to a Hall, Kenny Susan and Josh Hall OUR DISCOUNT WAS g NEWS .
McDonald Fun Meal complete with Wilbur and Jean McCullough and PRICE i

... Ronald McDonald birthday cake. He children Bonnue Aderhold and

\. 'celebrated further when he spent children, and Glenna Ghee and ,24.88.J
three days with his music instructor children all of Jacksonville; Melvin WOMEN'S CANVAS CASUALS

Mrs. Lavon Drivas, In Starke and dined and Barbara Prevatt and Robert and. .. .;.....'i,, r IN A RIOT Of COLORS!
J at the Wef* Steer Steak H use. .W d rfUf HampjorAn ilQ1JJt ': '&
erA ow : .:. .. .
: aevand s "' IKt .
Hapby" trthda) -tb*Kelly'Rhoden ;, tJ1 e children of B rb t io0 "" ""' _,.._ DISCOUNT own .'

who turned 8 on June 251 many of her grandchildren' pnicaItyta i I

-Susie Lott.celebrated. her birthdayon tended this reunion. i l r
June 28.Royce The prize awarded to the oldest per- Ads, *. EiewMM. cult and mon aN
d y ,i win mum-color MMM and trim. Sin* S to nit.
Randall Joyner, Jr. attending went to Albert Tomblin f C
Not I M aiyfea,MM*, ohi'*A1.N Mora
celebrated his first birthday on July 3. 84, of Jacksonville.Five .la1IIIm. NAc
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown week old Erin Prevatt of

celebrated their wedding anniversary Orlando was the youngest who attended TANKS SHORTS, ::
.": on June 23 with a family cookout. the reunion. A SPLASH OP : :.
f Mr. and Mrs. David Meng and SUMMER BWOHTSI
I daughters. Tina and Carrie, moved PLASTIC STRIPSCO-VIIN.g TERRY r
f into their mobile home on SR 221 near Telegraph TANK 3.9 !

ft US 301 on Friday. two 4e G TOPS i
A m
I Hampton Lake News Street Dance WAS-feT? w TERRY

5 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng returnedt MD 12 or soil SHORTS LADIES'WHIT JCANS SURFER SANDALS

t: home on Sunday following a week's N AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Croat .......,.. for logging, ovs WEgt a'l1n \
: vacation visiting relatives and friends July'28 KpLP C 9 C FLUID GULF OR TEXACO tannu or.|uat '...... 75% aoryttc39 .ales
I. in Toledo. Ohio. While there they.at u 8 % pory blond. otl and. 'I
f; "dpW
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area aA a*. .. .' .
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CON80LIDATID KIPORT Of CONDITION ,"' :v. .... "",, ( 8 8C -
(Including Dom..,,".3uDa dl'''t.a'. :
'.'" ,,' wASJeTHalvy tI A TERRIFIC BUY! i !
La_ TIna M -c;) '
Community Statt Bank of' Starlet r t JEANS FOR MENI .t

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r. ,_ New Pastor Welcomed Erica Vogeney, April Cos and Gail
Reverend Father Martin Jung,who Richardson.
: became pastor of St. Edward's

Catholic Church on June 13, was St. Edward's II"
I honored at a covered dish dfcMMr in Saturday Vigil M*.*7 pM.; Sunday .nFlorida
the parish hall Sunday evening, July Latin Mass 9 a.m., BngUfi Man 11
I. a.m. ; Monday Mass 7 punt, followed
Father Jung was born in Baltimore by Bible and Religion Class; Tuesday
'f 4 Maryland, and educated at Loyala Mass 8:30: a.m"Rosary and Novena
College and St. Mary's Seminary in Service 7:30: p.m.; Wednesday Mass
Baltimore. He was ordained to the 8:30: a.m.; Thursday Mass 8:30 a.m. ;
Priesthood on May 30, 1953. Friday Mass 8:30: a.m.
He served as pastor of St. Joseph's
Maryknoll Negro Mission In Pen- Summer Arts Program Classes,
sacola and at St. Jude Parish in Can coordinated by Claire Brunetti, are
tonment prior to his ten year service scheduled to begin Wednesday, July w
as pastor of St. Monica's in Palatka. 11, and continue each Wednesday
Before entering the Seminary, through August IS. Classes In gym-
Father Jung served two yean in the nastics will be taught by Donna
U.S. Marine Corp. He also worked for Samons. Gerry Phillips will teach

some time for the Baltimore and Ohio Food Preparation Carpentry will be '" .." .. -- -
Railroad. taught by Father Jung; Art Kathy
Besides St. Edward's duties, Pernini; Needlework Antoinette
Father Jung will be visiting prisoners Stefanelli; Guitar Mary Stanley Bank
; Bottom left to bat Susan Crawford Strfanle and
regularly at Lake Butler and Florida Macrame Mary row right girls Cubbedge
State Prison. Claire Brunetti. Square lancing will Lori Sapp.
Father interest is for be 2nd row, I. to r.. Sandra Crawford, Carolyn Redding, Gloria Sapp Jan McRae,
Jung's the taught Pat
by Mary Cissy
:Members of the :Ml Hlsuah A.M.E: Church exit the "church accros the Lorna Leaiure. '

creek". Sunda the Church Mill hold IU Men's Day celebration. spiritual Tables good for of the everyone.reception were and teaching Coach a Petrello.First Aid Joe class Gissy for will those be Top row I. to r., Linda Cubbedge, Carol Beam, Meal Ormibee, Telia Mercer

I covered with yellow cloths and over 12. Applications are now being Edith Sapp, Betty Bennett. Peggy Nettles, Harriet Duncan Vorease Jones,. .
centered with arrangements of accepted for enrollment in these Coach Randy Jones.Santa. ;
Ml.Pipa h A ME Me n % Day Su n day variegated summer flowers. classes.

Hostesses for this event were Mrs.
The men of Mt. Pisgah A.ME. munities will invade Mt. Plsgah for Anne Clougher, Mrs. Claire Brunetti
Church "The Church across theCrl'ck" an "ole fashioned songfest". Come and Mrs. Mary Cissy. 4-II Hone Camp Fe College Office In Starke ;
and hear these male voices singingand
will celebrate Men's Day
Members of St. Edward s Parish at.
July 13. praising God in all of Ills glory. .
Sunday. Vacation Bible School tending the 4-H Horse Camp held
Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. July 15 will truly be a great Men'sDay Donna Samons coordinated arrangements recently at Welaka were Sheila Open During Summer "

with our young .nen of the church In celebration for the Vacation Bible Anderson, Debbie Phillips, Mike and .
charge Our guests will be membersof The chairman Bnx Arthur Hill, is classes held recently for St. Edward's Cliff Brunetti. They took along their

(he Bradford High and Sandalwood requesting that each their member Men's comes children. Assisting in the programwere horses and learned to improve riding For the first time the Santa Fe College pick up your schedules now." :.
High football teams At 11 am our contribution prepared to report in order that Day Barbara Anderson as music and grooming. Michael Brunetti, Sr., Office in Starke will be open during According to Cathy, there is still
speaker will be Rev Latonya Floyd a of We we solicit might the director, Kathy Perninl, Faye went along as chaperone and assis, the summer. Office hours will be time to apply for the Basic Economic
dynamic young preacher in the reach our goal 1000. Swisher, Pat Welty, Jert Ann Allen, tant. Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Opportunity Grant (BEOG) under the
support of the Bradford County community
\ :M E Church The male chorus
Your calls and visits are welcome. new Middle Income Assistance Act
strive do God's will in
from Jerusalem Church of God by as we to which goes Into effect this September.
Faith will be the serving choir. service and love. The Rev. F.D. -- -- Obituaries. m m .. According to Cathy SchoenIng, who Families with incomes up to $26OOQ
At 7pm. male choruses (com Richardson Jr. is the pastor of Mt. Is "manning" the office this summer, are eligible for grants, (which do not
Jacksonville and Pisgah A.M.E. Church. "we have schedules for the fall,
surrounding com now have to be repaid as a loan does),
Harold E. llupton.71 officiating. Interment followed In with a dozen different credit classes which can easily cover the cost of gc*
Harold E. 71 of Kingsley Lake Cemetery with DeWittC. being offered here In the evenings. college.
Mr. Hupton, age :
. -- Obituaries -- -- Keystone Heights died suddenly Jones Funeral Home of Starke in Registration for these classes will more information, call the Sanla ?
Saturday evening. lie had lived in charge. begin on August 9. You can stop in and Fe Office 964-5382.

Beaury Ilinton Brosky Thomas Trilby Rhoades, Sr. of Silver Keystone for the past nine years com

Beaury Hinton Brosky, 89, a former Springs; one daughter, Mrs. Zanola ing here from Des Moines, Iowa. He Dexter C.Roberts C4
resident of Bradford County died Gatewood of Jacksonville; two sons, was a member of the Park of the Dexter Cleveland Roberts, 64, of Rev. Dennie TripplettTo
June 8 in Savannah, Ga. after a Thomas T. Rhoades, Jr. of Sarasotaand Palms Church. Route 3, Starke, died early Sunday
James S. Rhoades of Jackson- Survivors include his wife, Ruth '
engthy illness. morning, July 8, following an extended Speak Sunday
Born Jan. 24, 1890 In Clay County, ville; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Pen- Hupton, Keystone; 2 daughters, Mrs. illness.
Mr Brosky lived in Savannah for the dalton I and Mrs. Lois Peterson of Eleanor Ries, Graham, Texas and Son of the late Cleveland and Cor- Reverend Bennie S. Tripplett,State
past 40 years. He was a farmer. Bagdad, Fla.; 10 grandchildren and Mrs. Evelyn Staley Littleton, Col- dilla Fish Roberts, pioneer residentsof Overseer of the Church of God in
Survivors include five daughters: seven great grandchildren. orado; 2 sons, James Hupton, Buffalo, South Carolina, Mr. Florida, will be the guest speaker
Mrs Edna Hill and Mrs. Sno Horn- Funeral services were held Saratoga, California and Clyde Hup- Roberts was employed by a textile Sunday morning, June IS: at the
July II, in the Chapel of ton of Des Moines, Iowa 1 brother,
Wednesday ;
sby. both of Savannah; Mrs. company in South Carolina until his Church of God, 422 N. St. Clair St.,
:Margaret Brantley of Rincon, Ga.; Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Mr. Clyde Hupton of Butler, retirement. He was of the Methodist where the Reverend Mel Drake is the
Mrs. Ruth Georgia Manning of Tampa with Rev. Larry Carson officiating. Missouri; 13 grandchildren and 2 faith. pastor. Having served his denomination -
and Mrs Vionia Comignaghi of Burial followed in Dekle Cemetery great grandchildren. Survivors include two sons, Donald al pastor,evangelist, State Youth
Bloomingdale. Ga. ; three sons: under the direction of Archer Funeral Funeral services will be held Roberts of Starke and Roger G. and Christian Education Director,
Ralph Brosky and James Brosky, Home Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Park of Roberts of San Diego, California; a and Program Director for "Forward
both of Tampa, and Roy Brosky of William B. Richards, 73 the Palms Chapel with Mr. Robert brother, Welton Roberts of Buffalo, in Faith" the Radio and Television
Savannah; 25 grandchildren and Mr. William B. Richards, age 73, of Willey and Mr. John Myer officiating. S.C., and eight grandchildren. Voice of the Church of God, Mr. (T1.L.i
several greatgrandchildren and Westmoreland Trailer Park, Starke, Interment will follow In Keystone Funeral services were conducted Triplett has also distinguishedhimself
several nephews who live in the died Saturday at Flagler Beach while Heights Cemetery with DeWitt C. Tuesday morning, July 10, at Archer- as a musician and writer: of
Lawtey area.Funeral camping. He had lived in Starke for Jones Funeral Home of Keystone in Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. gospel songs.Servicewlil.

services were held Tues the past ten years coming here from charge. George C. Harper, pastor of the First begin at 11 a.m. and the Rev. Bennie Trlpplett
day morning July 10, in the chapel of Kearney, New Jersey. He was a United Methodist Church of Starke, public Is invited.
. Fox and Weeks Funeral Home in veteran of WW2 and a member of the Geneveive Peloia. officiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake
Savannah. Burial in Forest Lawn Church. Mr. Richardsalso Archer-Tanner
was with
Presbyterian Cemetery
Gardens in Savannah. member of the Senior Mrs. Genevelve Peloza, age 43 of in of for Watt-Wise Living L
Memory was a Brandon, Fla. died Saturday 'when Funeral Home charge ar Tips .
Citizens Club and a member of the rangements.
struck by a car. Her mother was kill;
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:Mrs. Georgia Gertrude Rhoades Jolly Sixties Club of Keystone ed at the same time. She was born lit Q. Does It conserve more energy to faster and I should 'Install a switch or '

Heights Manatee, Fla. on Sept. 19, 1933: and leave the air conditioner fan on unplug it. 'Does It really mat- "
Mrs. Georgia Gertrude Rhoades, He is survived by his wife, Mrs. was a member of the Baptist Church. MINISTRYAT "auto" or "on"-B.J., Daytona ter-M.B., NaplesA.
73 of Silver Springs died Monday. Ju- Hazel Richards, Starke; one Survivors include her husband, PUPPET BeachA. Unscrewing the fuse won't wear
) ly 9, in Monroe Memorial Hospital in daughter, Mrs. Ellen Perchik of Steven Peloza, Brandon; one The Madison MADISON Street STREET Church Leaving your air conditioner on out your water heater. However,
Ocala after an extended illness. Virginia and 2 grandchildren. daughter, Miss Lorene Jones, Bran- automatic conserves a little bit more because fuses occasionally arc while
held invites all interested churches,
Born in Georgia, Mrs. Rhoades liv- Funeral services will be don; 2 sons, Lisel Jones, Brandon and and individuals to energy. With proper sizing of equipment being unscrewed, the safest procedure
ed most of her life in Crestview She Wednesday July 11 at 2:00: p.m. at the David Lee of St. Augustine; 2 groups a puppet an automatic setting will is to Install a switch. We
12 at 8:00
was a member of the First United First Presbyterian Church with Rev. brothers James Tucker of Ocala and presentation tonight July reduce humidity levels and maintain recommend turning off your water '
P.M. at the Church.
) Methodist Church. George Harper officiating. Cremationwill Frank Tucker of Ft. Myers; 2 sisters, The Bent Creek Church of comfort. heater when you're going away for :
Survivors include: her husband, follow the services. DeWitt C. Mrs. Virgil Jordan of Starke and Mrs... Ashville N.C. is Baptist the state of The "on" setting provides more three days or more. Turning it off and -
of touring
Jones Funeral Home is in charge
uniform air motion sound level and shorter doesn't really ,
Ruthie) Murray, Miami. on over periods
Florida and will be here for the one
arrangements. Funeral services were held Tues- room-to-room temperature control.Q. conserve energy. ..
II _--L day at 2 p.m. in the Jones Funeral night presentation.After the show,they will be ready to What Is a heat recovery Q. Which saves the most energy -
- Home with HomesteadA. double glass or reflectiveglassTD.T. -
Chapel Rev. P.E. Giffen haveon system-N.H.,
answer any questions you might A heat Melbourne ..
officiating. Interment followed in uses a ,
how to start in the puppet ministry transfer
Kingsley Lake Cemetery with DeWitt how to what have andetc heat exchanger to waste heat A. In summer In Melbourne, reflective -
C. Jones Funeral Home in charge. improve you from the air conditioner's hot gas line glass is much more energy efficient
Pastor C.R. Swartz gives a
III. you to the water heating unit. In other on all but north-facing windows. .
Invitation to attend.
Edison Market personal words, when the air conditioner is On these, reflective is equal In value .
BIrtle M.Tucker, 72 m m removing heat from inside your to double glass. The double (or insulated
a 1 Blk South Of 100 On Us 301 Mrs. Birtie M. Tucker, age 72. of house, that same heat can be used to ) glass is more efficient duringthe
Miami died Saturday from injuries
United Pentecostal Church 204 S supply most of your hot water needs heating season.
Starke, Fla. 964-6624 when struck by a car. Mrs. Tuckerwas Water St. Pastor, O.L. Wells. without using additional electricity.A Since central Florida has four timesas
visiting a daughter in Brandon, Wednesday i Bible Study 7:30 heat recovery system can reduce many cooling hours as heating
Fla. when the accident happened. The p.m., Friday Youth Service 7:30: annual water heating costs by as hours, the reflective glass would, on
Unbelivable Prices in the Miami area most of her life, Evangelistic Service! 7:30: p.m. should be able to heat about 90 percent "Tips for Watt-Wise Living" is a
and was a member of the' Baptist of the hot water most familiesuse service of Florida Power & Light

Steaks Church. tor .- -. .. during the cooling season if the Company. Please send any questionsyou
80z.5th. Survivors include 2 daughters Mrs.
T-Bone air conditioner is run 'every day. might have about energy conservation
** Box I Virgil Jordan Starke and Mrs. Ruthie St. Johns Missionary (Obviously, the heat recovery systemcan to "Tips for Watt-Wise Liv
10 Murray of Miami; 2 sons, James only work when the air condi- ing" FPL P.O. Box 529100, Miami,'
Cubed Steaks Delmonico $1450 Tucker of Ocala and Frank Tucker of tioner is on; when it's not, the water Florida 33152. Be sure to include your
5 Lb. Box Per Box Ft. Myers; 2 brothers, Charlie and Church, Law ley heater resumes using electricity to name and address,since all questions
Frank Mills both of Valdosta, Ga.; 3 heat water). will receive a personal reply. ques-
Ribeye 4 Oz. $-| /;QO sisters, Mrs. Callie Dixon of Jackson- A heat recovery system normallycosts tions of general interest will be used .}
$12 Or B Oz. ** ville, Mrs. Pearl DeLoach of Valdosta Sunday School 10 a.m. each Sunday. between$350 and$500, including In the column.. '
Church Service 2nd and 4th
Mrs. Lucy Hewitt of Valdosta,
Installation and for
Juniors can usually pay
rand; 21 grandchildren and 10 great 11 a.m. Choir Rehearsal for
Itself In three to five depending
Chicken Breast $459 Wednesday at 8:30. Senior Rehearsalon on your lifestyle years and the Change Of Ownr hlp
Funeral services were held Tues- Thursday at 8:30: p.m. Business SaleM
5 Lb. Box characteristics of your home. It uses
day at 2 p.m. In the Jones Funeral Meeting Friday before 4th Sunday. water heater. ..
Thigh $399 Home Chapel with Rev. P.E. Giffen Rev Willie Huffman, Pastor. your Q. I've existing been shutting off my water n' W .lom, Work And Dress Spoil

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t a 4 Union County's Minor League AU Stan have assured after Ole lou "We had close games all the way through sour
themselves of at least second place and the top area finish three games were deeMed by a total of fiva,runs. Dwin
of the three local entries as they head Into the finals tonight was pitching with Just 72 hour real and a pulled leg muscle
Thursday, July 12, in the area Dixie Youth tournament for but lie turned in a fine performance. lie just walked two
8-10 year at Mlddleburg's two-Held complex. (both in Union's fifth inning rally) and had three balls on

The UC Stars dumped Bel Med National 8-3 Tuesday Just one other batter." .
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Union's'loss to In the seventh
Middleburg Saturday
night for their third win In four in the All Star affair came
a'r and then inning as the hosts scored twice to break a 7-7 tie. In their
won a coin flip to move into the finals In Tuesday's -
other 134 Friday night pasting of Starke pitcher John Henderson
Middleburg was
game previously-unbeaten
,, 4 4I 'knocked off by once-beaten Bel-Med American from the threw a no hitter, striking out 16 batten (of 18 outs) while
allowing four batsmen base and ball
just on never having a
Orange Park area leaving those two teams and Union still
for title hit out of the infield Brian Whitehead was:3-4 in me
fighting the
with one loss each.
with a three-RBI double and crashed off
I + vlFf '1',1. Union County then won the coin flip for the final roundbye. Mobley
the fence 200 feet from home
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i4"r American and Middleburg.The winner will play Union "Our defense has been spectacular." Coach Whitehead
I lM g s: ,' tonight at 7 p.m. for the tournament title added In documenting Union's tourney success: "our In-
I field (Brian Whitead, Matt Whitehead Grady Cochran,and
Union's only loss In the tourney came at the hands of Mid Greg Edwards) has been making all the big plays."
dleburg 9-7 Saturday night while its other wins came Friday As Home noted Keystone was In close games all the way
over Starke 1J-0 and Monday over Keystone 8-4 (to in the tourney. They led against Bel-Med National 10-9 after
4 4'PIU4 t t eliminate KH). KH was 1-2 for the tournament winning its five Innings before losing In the sixth frame In the win over
4 Friday night opener over Bel-Med American 9-8 before losing Bel-Med KH had to score six times in the fifth and twice 'i
,l', t x i h'S 4, a 14-12 decision to Bel-Med National Saturday night. more in the sixth to erase an 8-1 deficit. A base hit by Aaron !
Starke followed its loss to UC with a loser's bracket loss to Stanley tied the game-while Mark Walrath's safety I
Bel-Med American 16-&. the winning run Dwln Home fired a two-hitter and fanned
In UC's win over Bel-Med National Tuesday Brian six as the victorious pitcher, Leading hitters for the tournament
Whitehead' threw a four hitter and was two for three at the for Keystone were Tim Strickland Vfor-8 and Paul
I II. la, plate while Allen Murphy and Grady Cochran also went 2-3 Akridge 5-10.
With Murphy socking an tnside-the-park home run "I'm very proud of our players." Horn praised after the
I. l )fl'' :;" One of the best games of the tournament was played between tourney "All our games went to the last inning It was an j
and Keystone Monday night.UC had to scrap exciting time and opportunity for the players, parents and ;
for five runs in the bottom of the fifth to overcome a 8-3: KII coaches." Home noted that seven of the II Keystone
: Jead.\ "Man, that was some clutch hitting." Union ,Coach regulars were eight and nine year olds,who'll return to
Jerry Whitehead noted after Murphy. Kevin Sheely, Tom- Minor League play next year. I
,my Motley.. Stacey Green, and Greg Edwards put together Starke was fielding a Minor League AH Star team for the
'hits in the big Inning.Mobley's double with the bases loaded first time and Coach Randall Davis admitted his player's
__ m__ _____ __." ._._ plated three runners. Keystone had scored three times in Inexperience showed,
the top of the inning to break a 3-3 tie Winning pitcher J
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being year we've had a Minor League we
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Keystone Kevin Simmons.and KH hurler Dwln Home both allowed did about what we expected. Davis laid "A lot of these
r' I'll'IIn.... Stanley did l accrmit the plate In back of Union County catcher Tommy Mobley as Keystone look a 3-11..ad In seven' hits in the see-saw game. Simmons was 3-3'at the kids(on other teams)have been to this tournament for two \
.; ? the top of the third liming Monday nlKht plate while Brian Whitehead added a double to the Union years while our kids are playing their first year of ball. We q
,"" '.M' attack. just didn't have enough pitching.
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All e8ar 9yaaf .is pisyhlg. C eII .n......... ...t.I.4b. eat 111x0 is -rot v bath Coach Attldga say.
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croup of toy. Coach Akre says say. atwt the t kuadGn' : K& t
be'* got a fine group of intbeothe w
Bin Couch Akridga says his boy "I think It'd be fine If they could until the tea no csd er
from Keystone are gonna whip Coach com In second and we could come in students we and
Akrldge's boy from Stark first," Edward says. ing. She finally out'y agoing

WboaaaaHl, Them' flghtln' "U we don't win VII be pulHtig for o1.
wordat bltn.,"Edgar.,.. BUT. "We're gonna Did they ever switch dates? *
Hold oa, everybody! Wait a do our best to beat them and I "I remember one time I did pick upa
minute. Wait Just a minute!t believe..'n.onnA beat them." girl for him because he was fete.
There couldn't be two Coach Both say they won't be too upset U But I think she knew it was roeir Edward
Abridges. could there? the other wia1. They MelD as though says
WeU. there could, maybe. Boy, a win for one is a win for both of them. People still don't always Anow
n1 '. wouldn't that be a me**. Two Coach They to beat each who's who, BE
AkridgM on the same diamond other foratheirtJant boys. "On the Job I'll meet people and
It., a good thine the last name .U "It's not really playing against him they'll think ['m him," Edward says.
lust a coincidence. It could be trouble as much as playing against Starke.'' 'That's the same with me. they
if they were brothers or something. Edgar explains. come up to me and say-'Hey Ed
:_:i It could be even more trouble If they They grew up In Starke and went to ward'," Edgar says.
kind looked alike Gosh! Whattf school there. Edgar says he feels he's
... they were twins?*?* facing his old home team more than "I'm" gonna do my best to whip
41 he's playing against his brother. him. Edgar says.
Which Coach Abridge is Number One THEY ABE: TWINS!I III I I "We're real close" Edgar says.
The AkrMge Twln. Edward and Edgar both say coaches the Keystone DY Major All Star team By ,9.; Edward and Edgar. Edward live "We go fishing together about oncea "I'm looking forward to itEd-
their team U amber one. Edward coaches the the way. that's Edgar- the left and Edward.the In Starke and Is coaching: the Starts week/' Edward says. wardsays. z
SUrke DY Major All Star team while brother Edgar right. (We think!) DY Major All Star team. Edgar live
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(photo byLarry Home) They both work at Clay Electric. Dixie Youth Major All Stars

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': Open EI Middleburg' Monday

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League Tournament starts Monday Brian Everts, Frankie Geisenburg.
I v / / New Magic night,July 16. at Mlddleburg's two- Mark Hardee, Keith Boutte Scotty
# 1} field complex with AU Star teams Galemore, Stephen Steinmetz l&an
; from our three local leagues along Porter Lee Peoples Richie .Vey
7 NtlIr, with five other teams In the eight Tony Raleigh, Allen Thompson;?;:!**
/ / Your team field.Squads. Stanley, ana Robbie Graziano. Their
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- Keystone, and Starke will compete coached by Edgar's twin brotheelCd-
with two teams from Gainesville ward (see related story), with Assistant -
if'" Mlddleburg. Lake City and Bel-Med Richard Little. Their roster Is:
I (Orange Park) in the double- Sam Norman, Gerald Brown, Marty
< elimination event for 10-12 year olds. Irons, Tony Olggs Brad Broom
RN The winner of the tournament, which Robert .Carver, George' Levanser.
should finish up Saturday night July Michael Colvin Garry Tyson Jason
II, will move on to the State Tourna- Bennett Greg Wilkinson, John David
ment la Winter Haven. Francis, Mike Chappell Shane
Starke and Keystone open things up Johnson, Doug Samons, and Stephen.
_: Monday night with a fl:30 game (see Jones. -
related story) while Gainesville and
MORE Mlddleburg are playing! on the other Union County's ballclub is again
.,, .( ('. field. Union County opens play headed Coach Aaron Trevor with
:: : against Lake City at 8:30. Bel-Med Assistant's Charlie Blackweldef Md
and Gainesville II batUe in the other Ed Jackson. Their squad is: Mike
'; 8:30: opener.Play Trevor Lee Parrish Mike Bearded
continues Tuesday night with Paul Kish William Wood Eric Pace
THAN BEFORE i1 Monday's .::30 winners playing each Allen Jones,Timothy Jackson,Jamjs
other and the 8:30 victor's doing the Whitehead Richard Brown Ronnie
same. Woodall, Samuel McClenton, Jasper
Keystone's team, coached by White Jamie Williams. David
with Guaranty Federal Savings ... Edgar Akridge and Assistant's Terry McKlnney and Thomas Forsyth.

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ft. .: meat at Westi1de Field W Starke"are'' the Union County league and Florida
) I'\ slated for this weekend, July 13-15.
Bank, and Broughton' Bullets frJn
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51/ day night in to dedicate the and Bookworms of Palatka the Lake
now The Magic of Compound Interest new field located at Lawtey Elementary City Athletics Drill and Continental
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titles while Keystone's Michelle
weeks breezed to the women's singles
championship in the Our Country Day .
Tennis Tournament completed at _'! ,.. .... .
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with a .., 7-5 title match win over ;.: ., .
Russ Porter of Keystone and then in a .
match played In Gainesville he and -- ... .....
partner John James outlasted .L ... .. : .
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m I I Conti. Griffith. Lawson Head Our Country Day., Runners Gorman Keystone and in women's Montine doubles Kuyma play of,

'" and Porter and Debra Weeks KH. in ..,. ..
The finish line banner was the target for the over 100 runner tured at left below. lie clocked In at M mlmites-M seconds.Starke's the mixed doubles.
who. competed the 4th of July mlle Our Country Cindy. Griffith headed for Santa Fe Community'' '.;j;:. ..
II Day.... In Keystone fait week. College on track scholarship and pictured In the center Agranowitz didn't lose a set in his ." '....... \' ** ,,.}:'::1.I:,..':. "
below headed the female finishers with a time of SZllancl run to the singles win. He topped C.C. a .
The first runner to reach the end line war Z* year old also won the women's division In a one mile Fun Run with a Corey 8-0 and Tommy Wells 6-1.8-1 to L j
Florida Track Club. runner Mike ConU of Gainesville pic ':13 clocking.. David Lawson. pictured at right, won ever reach the finals. Weeks had it Just as Our Country Day singles champion Michelle Weeks strains for a backhand I
,....-- .... >-- .- easy beating Weezie Gorman 8-3. return In her 60s finals win over Adrienne 8aenl.players. .
some ISO: entries In the Fun Run (witha Sara D neke, Jacksonville 6-1. 6-0,
1:19: time) and took second In the and Saenz. Agranowltz-James lostJust "
I-mUerwlth a 2'::44 time..lle'l. FTC three games In two matches said tourney coordinator 1 Bridges for Ice and cups? and to
teamate of Contl's. David !Morris of before the doubles final. Judy Thacker after the finals. She Dewitt Jones Funeral Home for the !
the Jacksonville Athletic Attic runn- gave special thanks to Chris Gaboaruse of the tent. ; \
ing club placed third In the S-mlle In the tough mixed doubles draw di, the park maintenance crew to Complete, tournament scores are In
road race with a 27:46 time. Porter and Debra Weeks first had to Carolyn Brannon and Marilyn thf Area Roundup trclort.
A slaler-brother combination from get by the KH team of Scott Baker: ... '
the host city garnered high places In Michelle Weeks 8-6 and eliminate
the Fun Run event. 13 year old Brian Gorman-Weezle Gorman 6-2 IALL-STAR! BRAIN-BUSTERS I }
Keystone eighth grader Mlckl) Sibley, 6-3 before the finals. The father-
t daughter Saenz team Del _ _
YIVa the Florida High School Class A 880 edged z-* 'an2111118110I1'N .
'C1rti yard run champ, was second to Griffith Edwards-Patty Sampson 9-7 before 8'4) t8aq an2111") ius31Aawy
In the miler at 6:20 while 16 year topping Jerry McGriff and Janice AI4fR aq1 uagM'IF1ed' .
old brother Sam Sibley ran a 5:24: mile Jockel of Starke 6-3, 6-0) In the 6aslwo3: 8,01':11'1': 1v .
for second behind Lawson."I semifinal round. 'EE61 '9 6inr,:yM8NV 9
was pleased with the runs."summed All winners recleved trophies while' NAT What city holds the \
up event coordinator Pete Valen second place Individuals and teams ; All-Star game attendance
tino. "We were expecting about earned T-shirts and tennis towels record? ; (
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was good and the quality was real think the tournament was a real gam* play d? pusleael:> : n.MINVf1l
F Y M1 good. The winning time speaks for success with a Rood showing of

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. Rainouts* Elimination in Deland Tournament Make Post 2O29s Week Foruettable, I
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Rain washed out two important 0
league doublefceadcrs, leaving KH it-Deland Babe Ruth 4 frame with two scores hi the bo
Keystone's Post 309 baseball team : I KqrMMM Hayed athro with a 14slugging of feat Inning.Prfehard .
with only a disappointing three game of Defend"s Bate Ruth All base Mt to set upIhlbl'f I
stand in the Deland Firecracker Invitational On a play from ..,... this season Start Thursday M Eddto!: Dyal I rapped ....by Dieaa.J J ,< '.:
to show tot last week. rah 1 Pat Z KH was 1.2 In the Deland event Prklgen tarns a doable play after taking and Shawn Frichard collected two alone with two walks and two DeMnd;;:
shading its record a flip from shortstop Eddie Dyal. each. errors scored three more KHfuns by;
league beat .t77 in The KeytUme team will be bay this Keystone started the run-scoring the fifth and Post am did the sum*In.i
play.They the host
Babe Ruth All Stars 124 between city's week, with. IIa..e. scheduled a early with a four run second Inning the sixth Inning. Pridgen and Dyal.,
losses to Apopka (7-1) and De and'SAmerican seven day spas.II and continued the onslaught to give had base hits In the sixth. I IwMdar. r
) Importaat league contests are Included Clark Stovall his fifth mound win of
Legion f JV 2-I) A scheduled m that run making a makerfcreak the year. StovaU threw the first four caetl.r'i
Monday league doubleheader at stretch: for the Keystone innings with four strikeouts before saves W.tr..tI N
Holly lull Post
120 rained
was team, which Is now 7-7 In North Mike Richardson and Kenny Clark
postponed II,and to Wednesday league night.twin-July Florida Conference play and fighting came on for mop-up work.In t. ,
for a league playoff spot. the second '
Dyal singled
bill at Palatka .
was called: off In the
fourth inning of the opener with the 'I Dickinson and Keith Northrup.Grady .. more on page 8Bfr&fNiwsrriT .J.
locals up 70. Those two games were : Bostic, and Mark Pridgen followed
rescheduled for Friday.July 12.leaving t a VO rr.1.R with consecutive RBI singles. KH fF,0" '
Keystone with 12 games-10 of answered a Iwo run Babe Ruth third "
them North Florida League conteststo -
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What made last week's performance TEA BAGS BOUNTY
particularly galling was the
elimination round loss to Deland's JV,
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Keystone's "B" team. Even worse
the setback occurred at Deland home 69 _
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Tuesday night Its Orate
despite outhltUng Gainesville East all M. t I LongBlam am Ssjpp,
1" Larry
opponent 7-4. n fir
..138 E'. Call St. Starke. Fla. 984.5800 Pee Wee Henderson of the Starke "We'll have to win five games In a Deft, Barry Johnston Pander
The Starke team, the only local entry league's Union County entry was the row now to win the tournament. Mike Waters. Kenny Davis and Jim
Starko's Own Bakery in the six team field, bet to the tough-luck toeing pitcher Tuesday Ramsey noted. -",' my Schooling, "
., Clay National League Stars M In the even though he threw a complete
tournament opener. They were game tau tter. In the fifth the Clay
:: It's Vacation TimeWe scheduled to continue play In the team took control with three unearn-
loser's bracket against GalnesvWe ed runs two of them scoring on walks Game Commission Su,,ggesta, Hunter Safety
West Wednesday night with a win putting and another on an error
Will Close July 2-16 And Reopen Tuesday July 17,1979; them Into a probable 1:30: game TALLAHASSEE Now is the time there you c.n'llet a license to hunt.
"Errors and walks the
tonight Thursday. July 12. A loss were really to start preparing for that fall hunting What
,. would mean elimination from the things that hurt us." said Starke excursion out of state. And that license could? Lack keep of hunter you from getting a. ?
District tourney, where they were Coach John Ramsey after the loss doesn't mean Stockpiling gasoline. safety trainln
runnerups last year. Clay National Scott According to the Game and Fresh
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"NO SERVICEr Tyer added "There is one way to
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tf SAVE- FRYERS 69c with the wildlife of the state.
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Men's Delaney 3B 2 IB's; Sue Whitehead 3IB' Bishop Scott Johns Bo Bishop. Bffly 't4ra. and Bobby z RS. Zonkors S-M Rascal ...*"#- I'*I"'' 13.1.
K. Mitch and Marathons-Randy Run Cindy c.; '
.; Janet Jordan and Gina Willis 2lB' Harrison Hestor Gray ,
Crew's Wins 2nd each. Judson Jackson :2 RS each. -n" and Jackson 2 RS. '. BattingFinal A.verages': '.'-V; .

Crew's Building (No Raiford player had more than ft'/ .. ) .556.: : :
together and won a one hit.) Suns I3-Yankees II (July !) *>," "-' Snickers Marathons 1 (Fri Averages as submitted by the W.'MT.-IRe.Jerry BlalockIS( ,,"") Ml

place In the Union Suns-Byron Bagwell and (Snickers-Jody Wesley 3 RS, Starke Rec Department. DonnleWlMWsten) 437: .
League over Oak Worthington 25. NAPA (The Gray 3 RS; Link Bishop and Bill Jackson and Renae 2RS. Starke Men's Open J.W.Wright ILWCI) .S81 '' '. ,
.' '**' 2 RS. Tommy Wlxil.Waters DZtHonnta
Thursday July 5. rlson 2 RS. Tammy
Worthington SpringsMarthaBishop RlckrB.tinrtlw.l.r9)( ) .M7' Thorn**(Bi.lncwnni ..61&? ,. : : _
The final count was 1 HR 3B, and 2 IB's; Lu Yankees-Chris Harris and Dodie'2U.S. CrurlleGroHi (Waters) .(M '

Norman ripped five Crawford 2B, 2 IB's; Mellissa McGill v :, ,* Zeros Marathons 13 (Thur) Lloyd OllplnlMtaflli) ,110Larry more on pg. 8B......... .; (i
Jerry Whitehead added Zeros-Kim Michael. Robin and Brown(Buslnawmen) 574 ::
28 IB's: Pam Carter 3 IB',. "
for the winners. Allen (No NAPA Auto Parts. hitter had Reds 10.AstrosJuly( 9) '.*?*....". Larry 3 RS each. Jean Kevin and --_.. M. (

Barton and Bill Thomas more than one hit.) Reds-Bart and Daryl 2 RS apiece John 2 RS.

Crew's offense with two Astros-Shane 2 RS. ; Marathons-Donnie: Kim. Kelly

An injury-weakened Cindy and Randy all 2 RS. c5r FISH IN' SHACK
bunch got two hits Starke Gators 10.Hulks T (July 3)) > } d.i: ;

Clarence Seay MinorThe Gators-Brady Rehberg 3 RS Standings .. of Tuesday W-l

Ernest Peacock and Smallfry Hulks-Karen Morgan Shawn andEd Snickers S-0 Your One SloP For All Your Fishing Needs 1 1If

FIn.IL..gu.Sendnga) Gators built up a 13-7 lead and 2 RS each. Zero I: (-9Muskatoar

H.M.C. held off the previously unbeaten Suns 4-1 We Don't Have It Yon Probably Can't Find It : :.:. .

..Crew's "' "dlnlluppa, 13-12 Tuesday morning to create a Standing otter Tuo.games ,*,;"" W-llt' rV' Marathon/lit. ..> 'i ', 04 -., ....

O.k Grow two-way tie for first place between Gator ., ..! .

Washington Springs those two teams. Sun "' ; S--t-| II'j j ,

aolf.... Vonkoo. ;."- 'I-4V Starke Tee-Ball q FISHING & HUNTING OJkNEEDS' ;

(.*.w__,, playoff for _. singles.'I Hulks 19. Reds 18 (Tue) Hulks i' 4-5 ::11/''I 11 .
The Zonkers moved into first
Hulks-Donnie Ed Ashley and Rod 2.7 j). place \\\ Q
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Karen 3 .
Astro 004yJ, Rascals while the Crackers moved to
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RS. y f I' a place .
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Starke Zonkers 21 Rascal IS (Mon) Open Open .

Ilillandale Takes Gators 13 .Suns 12 (Tue) Smallfry Major Zonkers-GoodownS.;C. Hancock. B. FISHIN' SHACII Sunday : '
Sunday .
Hillandale used some Gators-Chad Brady 3 RS, Chris Hancock, Johnson and Van Paine 3 .
to upend Worthington 2 RS.SunsBishop. RS each. 2 6 a.m. 2 p.rrv' : :
Jimmy 5 a.m. p.m 100 Ei 984-8662
first place in the Jeff Williams The Snickers squeezed past the Rascals-Brad and Michelle 3 RS. Hlway

tie League for second., dropping Hester Bishop, and Gray 2 RS. unbeaten Marathons and Friday on top morning of the .Smallfry to stay Cracker 24 Bubbles 21 (Mon) Hrs. Mon Thru Sat. 6 am To 8 p,m. ';. ':

Softball league. Crackers-Michelle, Theressa .-
Nan Jeffcoat slapped Yankees 21 .Astros (Tue) f ... ...,. .
and Eunice Perry Yankees-Bill Chris Picky, Shane ... .
and a double for the and Chris 3 RS.AstrosChuck. !. :: : i
Machine. Debbie Box
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Martha Bishop and Yankees RedsIFrUYankeesChanda ) .
the work for and. Bill 3 RS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE : .

had a homer, double and David and Mel 2 RS. '

Ann stroked two singles Reds-Bart 2 RS. '

Brooker-Linda nrookt'r 21 ; Gators> Astros (Thur) GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST ;

Betty Nipper 3-3; Gators-B.J. and Jimmy 4 RS; Bud- :. .

Vicky Raulerson 2.3; dy 3 RS; Chris and Chuck 2 RS. .

:.IB and 2B.HailordMary. and Chuck 2
Astros-Roy Shane, '
Ellen 2 RS. 'r ': :


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with own fools ft frent4>orf.tlonRouun HYGIENIST AAA Employment.. Low. Low
215 &Flnliti' Framing Phone 1904 629 2401. Fee. Terms 'U.IO NW 11Street. ,
; 2A in.JTO3U4hr( ..I BARBER 1/S 1441.MILKERS .
..LA t'i' ,_ _, : '1 HARDRESSES't ,Neet. deoendeble.' experienced. to work In double S 1:1
'III1JIfSCrthKld. & in tepered helrcuts Retired pre* ,
Parlor feMperl
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Baptist Church : H.'n'''''.t. terred but not required H. cored hutbend A wife teem. or.lar.d .' ."
I :>. /. .. borlwod Berber Shoo 7163114.War.haRcslvlnO .
, I I. to bat Justin Williams Chris Lawson Alvarez w.' I UN. Mem I 51.I'9. 7120370. Contect Arndt Delrv.4M .
11..lhll r.. bov Jimmy Clerk 2'''. H'Qh' S r'not.' PL
1.lIl1IlIr1I11am'6. Handy Crrvm..s DRYWAIlIfANlRS Full lime will. Interviewing. CAREER OPPORTUNITY .
Mon. 6 Wed. only. lo AM I 11: 30AM .
-.. .l I. lo Ricky Gareth Falrland McClfllan. s. "'WI e..ERleNCEO Leedmo. life end heellh Insur .
< <>ii ro". r.. Norman Jones Terry y Imperlel House Personnel .1. Compenv Interviewing' ,
sli.irp. D.ixlcl ThlKpt'ii. Steward Duncan 5:' k '.' C.113/657OS. 1AM-SPM Annex.4IOI S. Main, SI for outside, salsa end collectionpositions -
stack row, I I. lo r.. AI Coston. Greg Aharez. Ken Thompson Donald Pearson 't 1: Full DATA lien. PROCE551NOCLERK evenlno* <
n"nahll''arKon. UarllIiIIlard.l Not Reels.oinfirsCluil4h EHDerlftce'. with lo hev or %vvlem Or eoulvelenl. .experience. / ., .. No eitperlence. needed Cell
pictured Buddy 1 hololol. WIIltraln,371-fl14.: for "
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY ....._ .end/or tebrlcetlon ot elec Ire 24O4 a0pelr.ImOn1'SECURITY
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fthorthetntf fstoutrsx. &>omt Sine L"OY'o live in s take trot' system Excellent.opportunlly Part Time' to work weekendsend
; cars of elderly' Chrlsllen. ledy far edvencement with e growIng holldevs Some law enlorcemen ,. .
ot ounllno helpful.S '
I fcnowltftto .... concern 'In the. _.. ...., Fl experience preferredAnpllcetlons .
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'?;, .' THlfeS, IOONIi (3rd Av*. ene"'de..ed. 1/1 06O1. 1/7- 77eV Teller. collect, 9O4 47* 179. FermBureeu. 1100 SIN :J6'ol. !"

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'61 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL. '73 MAVE RICK 6 cylinder. eutometlc. 1974 BLAZER
_d wMte. well*. .un.ool.. '_. full .oood mll._. good condO, 40.000 miles. new. condition.' 7
i power clesslc. out .......11.". lion Must sell 11_. 1/7117, 2 tops, has everything' S4.SOO.
Llkl must I... ..*$. 177.M/S.Student Student Must sell growl I 177 S6M

) mellc. sir* redlo/ needs, rtnos? SELLI Same nsw Cell some now for e D.... deel. 4 ."..d. err. power steering/1 ,
\"I' Cell eHceltent 1/1.J07S otherwise Flrsl' S400 ads tor Les Hurst, 172 2>*l. brekes, sunroof Very oood condition
15_. Cell 37* IJ4JI
., N ) m'A ?!*+*'."' GX''II't Orak.s/S/swing Low miles. Air, AM/FM Like new:, power condition .._S3 .000 oood NeootlebleCell II....no air: I. Ft. body 9" FORD Newly F _Inspected.
tit ; 315105).1s$: body oood Cond/110n."
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sral .." .'1 tint, .61.MUSTANG collector's Item eicellerrt. New condition. ",.... 10 000 ml 1914. 4 door HORNET, air, redlo.cylinder. 6 FASTBACK .
Y recent 'n-.:"_. S3OOO or bas01111.461369 4 new llres. economlcel New rediels, AM FM. fuel Ins' ..,. .,
bI ., .eves Student 12100. Cell _JO". Han. SIIW 312: S/15..70 m.

..f' r OVE* IOOMPGIThefs VOLVO OWHER"GET WISE 'OODCfe PICK Ut. 20._ml./ .'
196* BUICK SPECIAI. WAGON. riant t' Our mo-peds end Mike' hat I P.D. speclel ..,,.. has eyervthlno' eutometlc.winch .
i Cerrv kids, tool.K no-peds oet oreet aes mileegeThey're Volvo lull service' for SIS steering, cemperloo.
FZN1Nhu ,10) ( ,' whatever IIn"I':. : Air: oower steerlnovbrekes. setllno. rest so cell. Soeed control. tl-4V" .any car, Reese power hllcn' .... A/FM
to'f': AM/FM redlo. 1530. STKEIT'S HONDA et '*'26:11.: Mike 171efteTuee..Frl IO4rectory cesselte. extre .It..... like' ." .
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t M n Mar public pier 1/S-4O41 efter 1Buclllna tx .l offer NaFHA/vA. 177 OW,

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;: ., 1. fishing17,000. ,'120 .
natural wood Trees
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HOPE BAPTIST ."C1'OWI i BR. 1 beth Herd-. bedrooms end the. whole Ihlna ] yeers Owner flnenred. CleytnnDurhemVREALTOR .. r-'

tUitiom. I l-rs; Jackie llrsf)'. Helen II......). Tammy. Mersey. Cheryl l Douglas. ': > ?',..Ii 1' wood verd.floors trees, fenced tcr..n.a.acn Only 12*, .nice OOO. bsdroom_.400V I baths In AlacNU.Stills Fl McCoy Fb JJ41I.. Box 904 -11*M*). ;:;'
:Mindy' (inann.Uddl. f Il Drive>" I1O2NE: IISI.177.MISSTAR Rogs15 Rsalty. 43971 eve. 5041326321.RIooSW000. :
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r minutes of lawn '''.000. cell It'oc"c:1I 6 aid' II!
Diane l.oprr. '/0- nor' Ii. I .4se>eil.NEW '..,m. neer. aolf cou.... Law vercr,deck eleclravtetlf., <
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4. "u room. 1 beth ",*OOec.. u,_. 2cer ......., mortaeee "".SOD. Lmiewoad.4b westwood Schools.seMO n t
aereae an I' > ecres. S49.!woU For eoo-t. 1/S.MM ails S.CR..M .172 MM._..only nDEAL
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301 N. >4x 11 living' room sMO home an Leke. Santa ... :1 BA. Nice living room Large lot Only
1 r LAKE FOREST :Coq retreel. Hal Mean Leke. gS :I'... bath Cent .....".or. renew, blocks oil university.
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Starke Fla./ 1 $ I a f" r,s1 lent. fisning..sklino swimming. Purn. colleges an KeystoneLersie court yard hugs dock end beet termv Cell Norman Rivers i
1 J ) wuuUed lots heve. too*."'"' Xeke delly ra.... SS/weeklv '..N silo Cell for eppolntmenlMeMMK JOHN BALDWIN.. REALTY
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1"I gun or halts. offer Cell 177.1149. t

/rot.. B' AHMSTHONO. excellent. condlllan.SJSO. openMM. DESK wooden Executive a i
; '. .r + .Cell Chris,,,- .,.etier... .1* In. K 7* In. too Encellent
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+ dresse with mirror .t.ty 1-_. is cent. .. _h. Cell Oooa condition, reesoneble .'c. i

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ji : 'I' o r. bed. *' tell heedboerd. Reedy to .naveble sides solid.' oek, Oaadcondition. rialtow bodied.' "...". Oes.' .
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21 Sh-rfmp Large Fries' /aria Ur72151VINnt. w."..L310 both. Bruce :977 IU4VfktIMARANERS : !

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Lef and Myrtle St*.
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YARD SALRt Sat July 14, MOVING SALEt Furniture, FREE TO GOOD Hmt Full ritroom Saturday. No i '
S6S East Main 9 a.m. till. TV. small appliances, grown Great Dona. Fomolo, question' _ed. Polka Motion ;
a.nofr: J.tL'lJW.A.ff.( ( [ I 1OIll.n BASS BOATt IS Ft. Orlando
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Call 40-3348 for mar mformotion. clothing toy., fishing Whit and block spots. or Post Office Box 39$. i ; ; Evmrud
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7/13 tchg. tockle. much much more Answers to Checkers. Inverness, Flo. 32650. Itchg Eska rolling motor, Holler
Frl. Sat. Sun. 9 a.m.7 p.m. 496-2122 alter 3 p.m. Also 7/12 WATCH .M.II: PALMS APARTMENUi Fur MATURR LADY for .liveInbobyslttar. WtOTl HOTPOSNT STOVES 2 0.* tanks and 2 batteries.
SPACIOUS AND UMKMIS4 5-231S first dirt road on loft Ire* 6 week old puppt. nicked efficiencies and I II Par two boy, electric. never been Phone 4806, Itchg 7/12
bedroom, anacutlva ty,. past Johnson'.Groc. Follow Greet Done and Gorman RtWARO) I18 t lost small' ....... HO M CUANIMO apt., weekly or monthly .g.. 9 and2.. Phone used. Phone .....,.,.. 7/5
horn on SR 121 across from tho eI",.. 496-3703. 7/11 1 Shphord. May bo seen otPowell's mixed Colll. mol' 6 mo. Specialist of c-troI'lorIcIo NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS 468-2730 after S p.m. 7/12 2IChg 7/14 OAtAOl SAUl toby Item.
Middle School. Ov. 3.000 tchg. Trailer Pork, lot 16. old. Answer to name or* comma to Bradford monthly only. 2313 N. Tonvpi 2tpd 719SEVERAL trailer hitch macrame and
sq. It. Unique fireplace In Itpd 712.CUSTOM. Luckla. Lost by Sampson County endn.* CIty of *, Stark. TFchgKITCHEMTTES TRAMPOUNti New. round miscellaneous.' Friday and
sunken family room. CH/A YARD SALEi Fri Sat. 1969 I toko. Phone 964-9723. or Stark with professionalcarpet POSmONi l ..... list 1599.". sole $319.99. Saturday. Ml Alton ltd,
modern kitchen w/ Ford Pick-up 1968 Jeep call collect 677-3438. Itchg and furniture cleanIng and sleepingrooms ed Practical Nurses for day. 8x12 list $399.99. sal* Stark Itebg 7/12
dishwasher, office room Wogonaar, 4 wheel drive, 7/12 at discount prices you TV AC, mold *.,> and night shifts $249.99. Phone 17713227.
sewing room, pool room dishes, clothes, furniture, won't bol..*..*. Itchg 712HI'S vie*. Weekly. and monthly. evening $619 to $800. Joa. TFchg YARD SAUi Friday/"""" .
496-3397 or 4963032. Hwy. Restaurant and 'lounge Salary rang .
garage. 913 Roiled Road W.
LOSTt month old NURSE r. for day
PRICE REDUCED TO SElll 2 100 wst on right. 7/12 1 'PIRsn"A 1 I r Puppy Copper pit SAW SMOl Complete available. Undarwaad REGISTERED SPECIAL PMCBSl on nursery 1*. Stark. Itpd 7/13
acre ,-wlth, doublewld tchg.VARO. " $ bull/box era** harpanmg srvk.circular Motel 1/2 mile North of day evening and night stock Atalea. gal. cans .

trailer; 3 out-building.; ,! R.n, ,.t, ,; ... ; color with black .trl,.*. hand carbide, chain, Starko, US 301 TFchg .hilt.. Salary rang $798 $ .50 each 1r.21';; Fruit CANCELLED LAY-AWAYs ',.i, .
'" white blot. chat and 4 7 1/2
poautlful fumltur and In.t.ror. BALE Sot. Jon 30; on mower blad hollow ground $1049 monthly plus tree; Boxwood. 10'-15" Need someone to pick up
dacoratlng.Ownar Sun., July I; 9 a.m. to S MADI while ft. Answers to and batoncad. Leave at MIMOSA MANOR mobile pet. for evening and nightshift $ .50. 9"-ir.. $2. Sao our Singer Athena Electronic
state. Will ocrlfk. p.m., SR 121 South approx. DRAPRRIESiFr.. stlmeto. nom Jo-Jo. Raward of Jackson Building Supply. homo pork mobile homes REGISTERED NURSE N's roes en '10. root stack Sawing machine for balance
Owner soys SELLIWORTHINGTON 3 ml. out ol town. Look 'ar.Ign. local distributor lor completely frd. Phone 964-899 or Starka or Koystona His and spaces for rent. Phona for doe evening and night $9.90 and $6.99. Shod of $..*, or SIC par month.
SPRINOSl 2 .. Itpd6/23. washable nationally 96.6161.7/12 2tpd 7/19 TFchg 461.29'2.3122 TIctngKIICNENITIEs .hl.... Salary rang $...2 trees, hedge plant*. Original price$950.7h.bail

)/ tot. with trailer In ,.., '". ,,"'". ._ -, advertised Gord..". $1110 monthly plus 7 1/2 camellias, pot plant- hangIng modal Singer make Will
secluded neighborhood. Draperies. saw tnterprl.es. ALCOHOLICS One BR pet. for evening and night baskets, and many toke trade Phone 964-83I3.
THREE: $IDIOOM.) 1/2 : iUtt; : liIf'w*' Ed or Lama St.ph.n. ANONVMOUSi Phone apartment, pool. TV. AC, "shirts. Located ot Northeast more O. C. CARNES Itchg 711HORSEi
| bath -""Shaw Addition off .... .., 496-2219. 3/1 TFN. 964-9148 or 964-4582. TFchg utilities Included. Totally Fla.Slat Hospital Mocclan-' NURSERY SRI 00 atFrorahama
LSR33}. flraplac and MOBIL HOMI: 2 bedroom Ads GetResultJl furnished. Weekly monthly ny with generous fringe 23 miles SE of Registered Ap-

\garage.JepeS.Ushef.Reetter. 1 bath; furnished or unfurnished OARKES SAW SHOP Complete REMODELING BUILDINO rotes. TEMPLE MOTEL, 880 benefits,nine paid holiday.; Sterke. Phone 699-2169. poI oosa stud 4 yr*. old.
with ana-half ocr of sharpening service, SPAIRSl New kitchens, N. Tempi Ave., Starka. paid vocation sick tlm and TFchg SI.800, or bal aflar. See as
:Mwit*496-3138 land and water bill paid. No hand circular mower baths, family room*. hick Phone .....7357. 6/28 Stpd ratlramant. Excellent education Strawberry Ann, 2 mil'**

,*r493903 children or ,.1'. ,$125 pr blades chain saw.Leave block, control Fireplace 7/26 provided. Excellent FENCtNGi All kind, hog South ol lowtey. US 301.
month with on. month Inadvonc. Crew Building Supply. \Lake speclollsrs. GrrffI, Construc programs wire welded' wire, barbwire right at -r. last house on
IY :.01' SALt. Just cut; *.Call 496-2308.6/21 Butler. 7/3 TFN. ( -.;'; :''' ir :'';' : ': tan ,Phone 473-3108. or ROOM FOR RENT Furnished working conditions.Director wood, chain link; free (left. Itpd 7/12
00.401 Barmuda Hayt TFN. : I )i' I' 't rr'J \ 473-2978. TFchg' bedroom In largo 4I Contact Nursing animate. MANNING
,, ,, ((904) 2596211. *Ht. 101. An
only fertlllied. SI.50 pril USE THE IAUNDRAMAT at ; '. : home In country kitchen FENCE CO.. 473-4122 HOME FURNISHH4CSI two
I. M the barn. Naar WarMngton TRAILER 3 bedroom, 2 both. Hwy. 100 by the HandyWay.Wo BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK privileges. SlOO/month In- equal opportunity .,.,-. TFchtIALUMINUM dressers ana round coffee
Spring. 4963859. Control heed,. Nice location. have a wash dry fold MOBILE HOMES Why pay SERVKIi Bradford residential cluding utilities, phon., employer Itchg 7/12 table, two end tobIoe. one
31rtFNICk Call 4963018. 7/12 service: .25 par lb. Mien mora? Buy direct from foe pomp-outs, $49. Commercial : washer Phone 468-2919. PLATES Usednewspaper large ottoman vinyl
ttchg. dant on duty. TFN tory. largo election of 24 and Industrial. Fully TFchg RETIRED COUPLE earn good plate 23 cov.ed. one double headboard -
HOMEi3 bedroom I 14. 12 wide. COMMUNITY licensed. Phone 9644131. Incom Set your own hour*. 9/836". 23 cent. ach. All In good condition.
>3 bath In City on nice MOBILE HOMEl Available SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE MOBILE HOMES SALES US TFchg KINGSLRV lAKIi Trailer lots Dignified, pleasant work. BRADFORD COUNTY Phone .....5311. Itchg 7/12 .
odd tot.7OU81EWIDE. July 20 12x70 Fumlshad. 3 TRAP cleonout. New lines, 301 North. Open 9 to dusk 1 for rant. STO/month. Water, Phon for oppt. S to 1 p.m. TELEGRAPH, 9644309. TF
MOBILE bedroom, 2 full baths on 2 reasonable. Joe Forsyth, to 6 Sunday. Phone MAKE YOUR hAUl look garbage and boot romp Thursday or all day Monday, PARFISA DUAL COMPACT
.)3MEi3 bedroom 2 bam; are lot. Highway frontage. 431-1022. All buslnes. appreciated. 964-8741. TFchg like a ham. Remodeling, free. Phone 5332261. 6/28 964-8719.7/12 2tchg 7/19 ROUND SALES OPHAYiFreth OtOANi Coat S1200 now,
.cated on choice lot in Lok. $165 month, plus deposit. 3/31 TFN addition, screened parch. TFchg cut. $15 ach. BO will Mil for S430 or ewap for
",Vtler.'Owner: will finance.I Nice (location. 496-3842. LOTS FOR SALSt Stork.. to your homo or trailer. Woods Brooder, $10 each motorcycle or pool toMa.
AMI I HOMEi3 bedroom, I 7/12 Itchg.TRAKEIs R.ba and Ash 2 lots, Paul' ".", Ino. Fro WAREHOUSE GARAOEt I one or all. Phone 712-3140. Phone 7BJ-3576. Itpd 7/12
2 I bath In subdivision .. ., .. .. .. -", SffXlOQ with partially cam estimates. Call anytime. SlOO/month with office TFchg
r school. 2 bedroom near '' [ plated house. $6.500 total Phono 964-8019. TFchg Phone 964-6112 or 9649261.TFchg. SHOt-IN CAMPERS SSOO. fits
MoI_.... !...... Worthington Spring.. Air I:,, f1'Itf. [. CHARLES COURT (Danny FRSI IOVABU KITTENS to FORECLOSURE PROPERTYl LWI or SWB pickup. sleeps
ltet. conditioned. Married couple Heights). 1 lot with partially THE MOWER CUNrC- Small good hoffi). 7 weeks old. Commercial and residential. 4. Phone 533-2774.7/122tpd
496-3978 ONLY. Furnished. SIOO '" completed house, $6,000 engine and all typ** of FURNISHED APARTMSNTi 3 Phone 964-9262 Inside City of Hampton. 7/19
month plus $30 deposit.496.3130.7121khg. MAINES INSURANCE AGENCYi 'JENKINS (formerly Donna lawn mowers ropolrocl In- large room nicely furnish ...-"79. Itpd 7/12 Guaranty Federal. Starka
C. ITEMSi Sear 9nl2 ft. 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake i Street) near old Lawtay eluding reborlng. Work ad; gas light, and water '" \I) :': ': : "" i office. Phone....5000. 6/28 1 I/I AOli lOTSi 1 mile
1 fill/; car top carrier; 30 gal. Butler 496-3978. Complete Road (William Subdivision). don. reasonably. Henry furnished. Private entrance. WillBEAVER \1' ; TFchgSILVER Watt of Hampton Lake on SR
heoter. Moka of. 2 lots, 75'x,00'. partially Browdar 964-9760. 621tlchg. Inquire at 603 E. Washington .' ; $500 down.
.' .f.j.water 431-1114. 612ITFN. I: :[Q'i I itQ I qH'Q I Insurance Service. TFN completed foundation each Ave., Stork 6/21 TFchg c .. ._ ,1 QUEEN sweet com Phone 18. By 468-1093.owner. 7/12 2tpd

EVERYONE IS INSURABLEi 2300. LOG HOMSSl For Information $3 per bush*). Limited time. 7/19
NfACIOUS HOMS FOUNDS Mole hunting dog. Immediate coveroga by Reno). 2 lot ((7 and B of MUS HOMI RXMOOtUNOi FURNISHED HOMEl axcep.Monally phone or writerepresentative Pick dally. WaInwright
bedroom, 2 bam on wall About 1 year old. Black and phone 101 USHER block 22)). SffulOO, $2.000 Horn remodeling and roofing clean wall maintained Tom Pea Form, 2 miles East of TWO ITIMSi Stereo In 1..
/gitdscoped on* acne lot: tan. Found near Starlight AGENCY496-2126 or total. Phone 373.3507 ; plumbing; ejectrlcol two bedroom, Rt. 2 lox 270 Starka on Rd. 16. Itchg 7/12 cabinet with radio tope
iMiMrat heot/alr;; llreploce; Farms SR237. Call 496-2903.TFN Gainesville. TFchg work;; automotive Body and separate dining room air ryman Height. 32696. player, S7S. 22 cu It.
I e jl(pfd ol antras. Call W. S. .. .. ... TWO HOMES ON CORNER mechanical work don. Phone 964-6969. Itchg 7/13 available at $4.90. 6/21 HAYi 1978. 90 cent per bale harvest gold. S775. Phone
IIvbr.r( owner, 4962241. LOTS In city: both completely 964-8087. 6/2111p 7/14 7/12 at i born minimum order 10 '...706'. or.....2394 offer 6
TFN, I Area Ada lumlshad. Wall to wall THREE BEDROOM moblla 4tchg bole J.M. Edward, phone I p.m. 7/12 2tchg 7/J9
: Key&tonaUNLIMITED carpet AC. patios built-in BIRCH'S IPM Poet OntrelSwvke home, I 1/2 bath convenient NEW REFRIGERATOR Call .....5379. 7/12 2tpd 7/19

"; Twan} HOMII 1974; 3 BBQ. concrete drive. Both *at ....The March I hOn to shopping canter no altar 6 712-3577.5/31 NIW KIRBVS. rebuilt Kir.
' i Wiroam, 2 lull baths: 24x60 CASHi. Apartment NEW MOBILE HOME .V. homes for $27,000 or equity To Rid Your Homo of pet, no children. ALSO. TFchg p.m. ,YARD SALEi Friday and by'.. used Kirby'. Over-
WqW one hall acre of land. Motel. Warehouses, PARTS STORE alto ol $12,900 and assume mor Nuisance P..... Call trailer lot for rant. Saturday 3 Families tockd. Hoovrt Eureka*.
!L9/DP.den: kitchen. CH/A. ,office Building, act Whirlpool. GE!, RCA port. .tgage. See at 913 9645536.6/21 TFN S35fI'hon..9648810.Itpd CHAIN LINK FENCE bicycles, motorcycle, furniture Elctrolu. Must Mil. MovIng y

fall electric; 4 ton AC unit Inlfded. S200.000/NO Maximum. In. WHEELERS between Washington; Tarms 7/12 material. Do It yourself and self-contained to nw location. Expert
tl 431-1860 after 6Mn. com Property $100,000 up. IC eyStene.M.Iros. available. 6/28 TFchg WILL KEEP CHILDREN In my Installation avallobl camper tools( dishes, repair *rvlc*.3 miles North
6/28 3tpd 7/12. Farm/Ranch R.al Estata 479-2401. tin chg 4/19. ttOfflV. Phone Jon JrwClttOft TWO BEDROOM furnished Free ova. ...lmaI... HandyMan miscellaneous.' North to of Stark US 301.7/124tchg
SSO.OOO/No Maximum. COUNTRY LIVING at Its 964-4713. 1tpd 7/12 mobile homo air conditioned. Co. 9648559. Tfchg Hammond Road Phone 8/2
jffON IOAT 14 It. 3 1/2 hp. Equlp/Moch. New. FOR RENTi2 Bedroom best 20 acre ronchetta with In country largo lot by Fane 9646743. "pcl7112MOVING.

IjChrysler. Motor, boat S2S.OOO/NO Maximum Used moblla ,home.Married cou 3.450 .q. ft. S 81. 2 bath AUTO REPAIR and appliance paved road. Phone LIMEROCKi Allan Taylor, 1/1 VEARvOiaSVCHic'fen
Kraller, S37S. Past Johnson's 70 Appr. Ethel Botchldr ple. WasherdryerA/C, garbage from home Living, dining ,work.Anytime day a*night. 473-/50/. Itchg 7/12 Lawtey. Phone 782-3I7T .*...Must ..II.-all BOAR. 1'7J. l4lhonR
dirt rood. I and family room, fireplace Guaranteed work Items. Rarford Rood follow 9647327.7/12 2tchg 7NORTII /" -:
Itiroc.turn' left on Rt. 2 Box 409 Keystone and water, furnished' weekdays after 6 p.m. or
Tqke marllt to mlddl Height. Fla. 32656, Llc. no pats $160 plus $90 i plus farm bldg.. Free goo raasonoblo rot... Phone SMALL TWO BEDROOM anytime weekend TFchg sign. Turn .loft an Clay
bog service' and streetlight. 7/26 house, unfurnished Road. Friday Saturday.
ouee. 7/12 tpd.HANDHOOKID. Mortg. Brok.r 904-473-2589 security Behind Western 96.5314.1/12 3tchg '
Convenient to Stork. available August 1. Phone 9644062. Itchg 7/12
.rMon.7/12"n SR 218. Call BAHIA' NAVl Argentina
Auto -
RUOSliCarpet. LAWNS MOWED _ytlm.. SI29/month fertilised. Phone
475-'541. 5/3' tfn. highly
2 sactlonol sofas, 3772810. Gainesville. 7/5 Raasonobla rota. Phone month' rant and damage VARO SAUi people selling :-:
9644071. TFchgWATSON'S
J lounge and wing chair CASH FOR GOLD. Staling WORK WANTED House 4tchg 7/26 964-<<>>'.7/12 3tchg 7/26 deposit In advance. Phone children' and adult :-

[crlck.t rock.r. Many other Jewelry, diamond., coins, repairs, roof repairs, barn 473-3246 after 6 p.m. 7/12 HOUSI OP clothes, miner, book pot S.9 Acres ideal for small :
jtemi! 4962976.7/121 tchg. dental gold. Will visit your built, painting room addition 1974 MOBILE HOME 12x72. WILL DO BABYSITTING In my 3tchg 7/26 VACUUMS Many brand. of and pan, miscellaneous arm or anything you .
homo anywhere. Mr. Rltt- *, screen porches *ct. central hoot, air. country homo onytlmo day vacuum. Used dishes furniture' 7:30: a.m. want to use it tor. All
YARD SAIL Clothes, toys, man. 475-1089.2/1 tfnchg. reasonable prices.Call Mikeat refrigerator, stove 3 BR, 1 or night. TLC. Phone now machine available. Port to 3:30: p.m., Tuesday, wooded borders a good
end misc. household Items. 473-2803. tfnchg 6/28 1/2 baths. No down payment 964-8314. 7/13 3tchg 7/26 :-t;:tf'i' i ';'f1 and accessories* for all Wednesday July 17, '8. "Iw..t gravel road which gives
FOR SALEiKeystone toko over payments. Market Rood. Stork.
Thurs 7/12. Frl. 71.13' a.m. LAKE LOTS r ...! vacuum systems. 404 NW access. Plenty of Ml.
to 6 p.m. Brick hoot off Heights.Beautifully FOR RENTi 2 bedroom brick Phone 1-305-349-5218. Itchg WILL BABYSIT or Jo con ::':- "" : '"'' :;, -' 10th Av... Gainesville, Itpd 7/12 Laurel Plenty of wild

SR-231. Turn at dirt rood wooded lots, on' home, 100 feel on Lake 7/12 valaicont work. PhonaPeggy 1973 CHRYSUR NEWPORT phone 376-7110. TFchg game in the nearby
to Kathryn' Beouty clear and bottom (oka. a/c. $250 Haters, 96-6362.
next Geneva p.r NEW THREE BEDROOM 2 run good $600 firm Call PHOTOGRAPHER ores!. Owner needs to
Shop 1963501.7/121 tpd. Good tarm or discount// month call (Jax) 786-6044 bath homo, '.21 acres. 7/12 2tpd 7/19 782-3977.6/7 TFchg. DO DROP IN Bargain HevMI sell this tract $13,800.00Terms
cosh.l to S ocr.. with nka 2tpd. 7/5. US 301 South. W* buy and Weddings Portrait $200.00 down .
s.. 2 mile South of
pond. leftover
for NOTICE All equipment
LIVESTOCK' RACK pick. overlooking laka from .II used fumltur Phone
tree Ins CPU 4 cylinder run I loan.Mountain .
Lawtay US 301, Strawberry AnniversariesJetSipp assume
up. $60.00 Call 4963788. $3,500. $500 down$50 FOR SALEi 1976 Buick Regal atr., last 30 day after repaired good real gas saver $300. 964-6740, 9 to 5
""chg 6/28. month. Commercial lot en sport coup, ona owner, Acre house on Right left. Itpd 7/12 will and/ b* sold for JOE'S parts, tabor SAW ALSO POP-UP CAMPER: Mon.-Thun., 9 to 6 Fri. and 984-8148 cabin with fire-
SR.21 'North avoilabie.Own. automatic tronsmltlon, A/C storage. S49O stove Icebox sleeps Sat. 3/1 TFchgNEWSPAPER
Round SHOP 964-7580. 7/12 4tchg After $'00 PM place. Dandy garden
Sole.man, 473-4375. 53.950.475.2097 2tchg 4. Phono 964-8303, after 9
BEDROOM two bath
THREE This Is handy man
crt' $65.00. Call 496-3788. 8/2 .', ROLL spot. a t:
2/22 tfnchg brick ranch /lot. clos ,.m. Itchg 7/12
628.MOBILE largo special because it is not
Itchg ENDSSoveral available,
sales Keystone area, to school. Phone 964-5O61. 1973 FORD LTD. Brougham various length, all .,ther15M W11 finished 1 inside, roughed
,( ACRSSi on 214 near ou' itchy 7112INVITATION arIIHn'
, 1
HOMEII974 3 wired and plumbing com
; If 30" wide. Good for
$300 Lance Inc. (snack foods) Ads eetRuull' PS. PB. power windows, or .
bedroom. 2 full baths: 24x60 Keystone Height are ambitlou with a taats; Phone 431-1209 altar children to color on, fable pleted. Water and the outside
with hall ol land.IOR. down $89.81 per month. you 2"Thru 6- is completed. Large
ona ocr. good past work record a 5:30: p.m. Itchg 7/12 cover. *tc. BRADFORD
dn kitchen. CH/A Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367 high school grad and desireon COUNTY TELEGRAPH 139 Fast deck: overlooking mina
all electric: 4 tan AC unit Included. after 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg Interesting lob with top 1968 CHEVROLET V-8. good W Coll Stark. TF Rotary You can live in it while
.'860 alter 6 Drilling Equipment
43' benefits, security and an TO BWi On running condition. Phone you finish it up. 5 mile
p.1n. 6/283lpd7/12 unlimited future, call Ford dump truck. May b* Inspected I 782-3191. 7/12 STATE LICENSED from Murphy. $22,500.00. ,
WANTED Silver coin. 328-3999 7 p.m.-9 p.m. for at city yard. Mon ''W'AMtUt I EXOTIC CLOCKSNatural I' ..................... 15.000 down and assume

32: CU. FT. FRESZIRtSars, minted before 1964. paying personal 1 intervelw. Equal day through Friday. 7:00a.m 1978 CHEVY SUVSRAOOl loan. .,

chest typo Ilk. nw. 3 yrs. S time.'face val.... 47331933tpd opportunity employer Itpd to 3:30: p.m. All bid. fully loaded and 69 SoaKing Wood ,.... ..!!....t!!.....
old $250. Call 496-3788. 7112WANTIDI 7/13 must bo sealed and properly GOOD Pilaf PAID for used boot and 49 HP motor all 2.9 acres Real good access.
Itchg 628.STEVE marked a. sealed bid. Bid mobil.home if mortgog I I. extra Boat In excellent Slab, Burls, Etc. New Used .About 1 acre garden

Self employed Individual FOR SAlEi 1966 Jeep will be received until opening 3/4 paid or mar*. OLIN'S condition. Buy pair for$6900 area or pasture.Plenty of
wheel drive, time Regular Council HOME SALES, sell Phone Phone: 064-0511 SalePartServtce
to shore secretary, Wagoner 4 MOBILE or separately. room to build :3 or 4
BROADWAYTREE Jacksonville toll lino, and good for upcoming hunting Meeting July '0. 1979 at ...-5606. Open 7 day 473-7013.. 7/12 3tchg 7/26 I houses Lays gentle.

SERVICE overhead penses.. season and year 'round.7/12 730 B ulldlng.p.m..The Municipal city at weekly TFchgWANTIDi 1978 FORD TORINOi folly Minafe .......E-Z...Term............ Large trees cover this
473-3193 2tpd 7/12 $879, 473-2932 Itpd free tract. Plenty of privacy.
Keystone Halghl' reservestor Mobile home axle priced
Removal .Trlmmlng quipped PHambin
2 bedroom cabin right to reject any and and tire Will pick up.OlIN'S reasonable. Phone MOW LAWNS ,. $6.230.00.. $1.500
*Fr.. estlmat.sn34732 WANTED Ridr .to Jax- FOR RINTi all bid. 4tchg 712MARY 1..; payment. Plenty of wild
soutrvsido, ._. at 6:4San. In country, kitchen furnishad MOBIIE HOME 782-3991. tpd 7/12 TRIM SHRUBBERY and good fishing in '
return at 9 p.m. $129 per month pas SALES. .....5606. Open 7 New 'Installation game J.
'Keystone HeightsJ. the
473-4879 Itchg 7/12 utllltle. 473-3418. Itchg KAY day e TFchg EDGE SIDE WALKS "
7/12 Remodeling R.peirsrlrrans"

BRASINGTONCaditUeadsmoUla COSMETICS TOP CAIN. PRICE PAID lor MUST SELL LANDSCAPENICK'S ...................... These are a few of over ;
WILSON coin. sterling, dental geld ImmKilat delivery liquidation of c.JI u. 2000 listings. We have all .
Commercial Seal Coating Louise Starling rings. OF scrap Jewelry, all new all steel'buildings. types of property from "
TYU oor if AIKS Sale A !Service. Need chain, optical l frama*. 60x108x14 25 per sq.ft.4Ox7211'4 .......N............. $500.00 per acre and up.
MI Selection Of Used Evening 473-3092 watch bands, ate. Phone J. $1.93 per tq.ft We have small tracts we
HOT APPIICAHT e ; Keystone HeloM Bulllngton, .*...6250. Call Collect t.fI04-317.284. also have several cabins. I
TV Repair 'rrrkg Century Steel Building houses old farms, etc.
All Work Guaranteed COMPANY Write or call for free list
Telephon* 2001 N.W"U37a.UJI SILVER COINS Minted 782-3354 You can
USED TVB For Sate REGISTERGAS ing brochure. "
((9041 782.3991 GAINESVILLE before 1964. Paying five
Ave. call free of charge by
GuaranteedtAIIMEI'SIIC. AND OIL time foe vol.... Phone WATIISMLIOZlIII 864 N. Temple dialing 18004387421.

M. 473-3193 Itchg 7/13 Write or call today.CIIEROKEE., 'I
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Phone 1ViNIT2UILVININING>< I I.arge or StMfI 064-7081 LAND LYIHPANYMCfIP1Y..C.2A3O3 i
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964-7923 AMotor Lard FID In this area// An! NO franchise : ;t
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Broker ----- National
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Motel Lawtey .... > III'II --- PondaWIL.BUR Company 1900. largJkUK: Its field. -HlIIi TIAYL8C UMMlEAtHMJUtdflLUiXT .1 \
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office* 782-3831 worn. 'AIIEaI I '" TIM .....r.>.) ... I IUSttitARitft 9M.tM1ITTT supplies furnished.and 1 !
782-3890 fetel -.1--- PrefessIonaTraining .. '
Home II CENTER Pb..et/14141 w. ..in... IasM Instruction given for rapiddvloemeflf Starts, Fie. 064-S374 "
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...4-8728 Bu*. from Start M No Answer 782-3422 :
're_Hems J SR.bath eft CI. J I'. J Nth OIl Huller 7 Ace Paneling Molding I ..441 Mom to SucceSS. NotlonwW advertising +1 Equipment 0,;'Hand -

8.J Ac, SR 22S W. Need. W.rk Iartro I I Kitchen Cabinet brings Buy.rsfrom Tyro. Wheel Drive 10.**,With Orsdng don f
.....-up.SNrcr. Everywhere. Can J'GVquali" I
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Home J U Th I Counter Top & fILL lilt MOBILE HOME "? Yew must. excellent have.InItlatlv Large Deep JO TEO 4 Wy lisle I. !
NOAH require. VanRieeFREE *. '
bath en 112 Ac. ... SHILL Pour Wheel Drtve Leeds Wits Moot' Nk' Or..t,ekt '*, s i
SERVICE bendable).
I POLES character ( '
telecefiea.CMrSt. Large Or Small Jobs soles ability, bo fINancially BRUSH CHIPPER ,. "l5.8vc. ". ,,,,' ?-,",' S f1t t: i
CI. 3R. J Nth wills ACllAot t." M. .. 1B I I 100 AMP responsible Commission. IWAU,AND >(klOUMP> TnuCK9' ,, ? ',,,. ,I:," 1 r,: j
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Gorman 8-0 Stormer over Kit
ties 8-1, Lohman over Rodrigtle 8-5
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Super Pretzels Capture Star: .Tourney; Vorthside 4th, Misfits, LWCI, 5th .,'..1, 'f." >,.,,I.! ',i. "" ,','1. ''I'J, ; <'I', i<

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: Lawson to first for the final out In KK' .-.. win over the Starke Church Coach AI Cotton gives Falrland McLellan the go-ahead a. the Northsidt catcher -
champions Sunday. wheels around third on a bane hit.Buddy .

whole weekend. Randy Crews hit .429 and Stuart Dun-
1979 GRANADA 4 DR 1979 LTD 2 DR Three local teams were bunched can added five hits. ..,. L r 1 i Sports : I

together with 2-2 records as Northside Crews lost its Friday night openerto ',. ; .
6-Cyl Two Ton Paint AM/FM 302 V-8 Two Tone Paint Power Baptist Church, the Starke Church Wesley Methodist of Gainesville ,'1'., ','
e Windows Speed Control Tilt champs, claimed fourth, and the 15-9 but came back to shut out KOA I itsta.ndPieces{" <,; !
Stereo Cruise Control Power Wheel Air Conditioning Tinted Misfits of Starke and Crews Buildingof 10-0 (as Mike Douglas pitched a two- $ ,, h, ,,, ,, ,
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Steering & Power Brakes LWCI 02. ousted Kustom Karr 15-10 when \ other local entry, was ing by Coiling* 7.1\i."J"" ;. '
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Kustom Karr of Green Cove claimed '"ill. : I'I',1
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Super Pretzels had preceded their title !
Whitten adding five hits each. ,
game win with wins over Turner (
Electric of Green Cove, 10.1 Nor- The Misfits dropped their opener to Odds and ends cluttering my sports desk this morning include a couple of the '
TERWILLEGARMOTORS thside, 13-4 and G. Tire, 21.3, behindthe G. Tire 11-6 Saturday morning but early-bird preseason college football magazines. Gameplan Football figures
play of Most Valuable Player before falling short with their rally USC as national champions In '79 while Football Roundup likes Texas. Both
award winner Hal Ingram Jr. Ingramhit against NS they bombed LWCI 18-3 agree that those two teams will be the top dogs of the college game. Gameplan
8-11 with,solid defensive work and Wesley Methodist 120. Randall gives a point strength rating to all the major teams in the country and awards
before sitting out the finale. Thomas hit .667. with other offensive USC a 115 index, one point better than Texas, two up on Alabama, and a field goal
sparks being: Lloyd Gilpin .625, Doug better than Oklahoma Penn State, Michigan State, and Florida State. FSU
Northside topped KOA of Mid- Maines .615- Marty Graudons .500, quarterback's Wally Woodham and Jimmy Jordan are Gameplan's coverboys
dleburg 6-0 Saturday before bowing to and John Ramsey with seven hits Including -' along with Coach Bobby Bowden, who surely could live without that mag's appraisal -
that"An unbeaten season is not out of the question for this team; neitheris
SP. They then built up an 11-0 advan- a HR.
206 W. Madison Starke, Fla. 964-7200 tage and held off the charging Misfits a national championship." If Gameplan's point system is a winner FSU will
11-7 before being out-defensed by LWCI fell to Turner 20.4 before be- go 11-0, and both Florida and Miami 6-5. Both publications list UF in the middle of
12,000M11as Offend Kustom Karr 6-4 in a tense Sunday ing eliminated by the Misfits. Tyrone the Southeast Conference pack.....
Warranty afternoon encounter Parker's 2-3 weekend was LWCI's ...Any slow-pitch softball should be able to get his full of ball park hot dogs and
best with Charley Marshall and softball this month as the Sub-District and District tournaments open in the area.
On All Can For the weekend Greg Alvarez led Stonewall Albert adding a couple hits First up is the Dominos Women's Softball tourney at Starke's Westslde Park and
NS with a .545 batting average while apiece. the Lawtey Dixie Youth men's tourney at the new Lawtey Field this weekend.
Post-season events on tap are: July 20.22-Women's "B' Sub-District in Starke
and Men's Church Sub-District in Lake City; July 27-29-Men's "B" SubDistrictin
--- Starke, Men's Church District in Lake City, and Women's "B" District in
Deland. In addition the Starke Stars will be at the State tourney for 16-18 year old
teams in Satelite Beach and the North Florida American Legion League baseball
Florida Bank at Starice tourney will be at a site to be determined the weekend of July 27-29. '
iJ For August the Men's Open State Tournament will be hosted by HillandaleFarm'
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,Green Machine in Starke August 3-5 and the Men's"B"District will be in
Gainesville that same weekend.....
I ...20/20 readers know that Starke's. Malachl Henry is playing defensive back
I for the Jacksonville Firebirds. A star running back at BHS 075 graduate) Henry
People I Fire Seriu uIThh r Maney played his college ball at Southern Mississippi where he ranked among the na.
tion's best kick returners..... Speaking of college football this would have to be
rated a banner year for producing college players in our tri-community area as
five players signed college grid scholarships, albeit just two were '79 grads.
) : Flarida Sank 1. TaD! Keystone's Steve Wheeler-Gardner Webb, Union Randy Dukes-North
Alabama, and Lawtey's Emmett Bright-Troy State all signed after sitting out at
least year after high school. They'll join KHS' Chuck Dickinson-Gardner Webb,
and Marvin Tyson of BHS-Illinois State as college freshman.....
) \ ...Union's Mike Bearden reports the Pop Warner football teams from Union
County and Bradford will be having a joint "Fun Day" to kick off their seasons
the financial needs. Each is different and
No two people have same our Savings September 8 at Lake Butler High School Field. Controlled scrimmage games for

the teams from the two associatons: will highlight the day..... ':
needs If bank is to serve needs it better have special
are our own. a going your .Meanderings after one long day ((4 games) at the National AAU Youth Tourcnament
in Jacksonville: It's a shame the J kids from Florida migrate out of the;!:!
several which
plans to fit these needs. At Florida Bank We offer plans 'can' be state after their high school days are finished. Of 14 graduates on the North'

Florida and Gold Coast Florida teams entered only two will play their college
used mixed to suit
individually or you. ball in the Sunshine state (Maurice Rhoulhac Bishop Kenny-JU and Frank
Burnell Ribault-Stetson)... N. Fla's 4th place finish (behind NY'' Riverside
Church Washington D.C.,,, and Detroit-Michigan is a little deceiving because-
""'f4 .. unlike most of the other teams entered the Florida squad was virtually an all star
P' team from an entire state. Louisiana Washington-Oregon, and possibly-.
Michigan were also statewide entries but the rest of the teams were squads front:
Money Market Certificate ,one metropolitan area. Thus, any conclusion that Florida prep basketball ranks
For Year Investment Certificate right up there with New York, California, etc. (N. Fla lost to D.C. 108-96 In the
semifinals, NY Riverside Church beat D.C. 9IH6ln the finals) seems a little silly:
to me. Not yet anyway. The players from the northern metro areas, especially
$10,000 or more. -$1.000ormore. NY and D.C., were more complete players, more prepared to step onto a college
court and get the job done as freshman. They play against college, jr. college,
and other high school stars all year round while Florida players, especially in
Rate equals yield on 6 months TreasuryBills
average non-metro Summer .. did
areas, rarely see good competition. N. Fla. have the.
issued Effective for 1979 distinction of having its players signed with true major colleges....
1 thru 31
in latest auction. Certificates period July July
weekly ,
Speaking of summer basketball there's none that I know of in our area for high-

for 182 days ((26 weeks). Interest Rate 1979 the rate of interest will be 7.60% school the high players school and football that's summer a shame.weight The American programs locally Legion are baseball first class program but high'and

school basketball suffers because it's a seasonal thing hereabouts. You don't
9.164 % 12 '1979 Thru
issued from July with an effective compounded yield of 7. 0'" have first-class programs without some extra, time. Even a basketball league, for'

; July 18, 1979. This is an annual rate and is players aged 15 and up benefit would from help.any kind of Summer practices but especially'so ,

On this certificate the Interest be com if the program included ,
to at renewal. Federal may games against each other and neighboring areas. Admittedly
subject change the gas crunch precludes extensive travel. i
the of interest pounded dally and drawn quarterly, If desired. Bradford High School Coach Warney Adklnson told me he planned Summer '
Regulations prohibit compounding basketball program but that seems to have evaporated Without Summer play I
of this' local schools will be behind their opponents in the Winter and losing teams won t
by financial Institution during the term
any pay for themselves nor will they be much in the way of Winter entertainment for\ t
posit.NO'T'E!!:: On all certificate If certificate la cashed In area....
....de maturity a substantial penalty required. Ih... .......r1'I ...Some leftover notes on Keystone's American Legion baseball tournament- ,
Keystone Coach John McCullough figured that "probably 10-15" players In the ;
event caught scout's eyes and will be followed closely from now on,especially the
players with high school playing days left... Phillies scout AndyAllen was
seen giving tips to Post 202 catcher Bob Hemme and The
,, 1 1 E, ,'" Time Certificates $1.000or, more general consensus of the Legion coaches, scouts, players, and out of town fans in
"J' .';" 'I ,., : attendance was that Keystone's tournament was one of the best baseball eventsof
annual ''k'' '1 '. any kind In the South... New Stetson Coach Pete Dunn watched Poet 202's Toby
Passbook Account 5.25 percent 30 days up to 90 days 5.00oh Dillow steal catcher's blind in the tourney and is reportedly interested In signing

rate no minimum deposit. Interest, is 90 days to year.'I'I 5.50oh the Union High School grad..... ,
... up one Three 1978-79 BUS football coaches won't be returning to the staff thin Fall I
compounded daily.. Interest is paid, from., One year up to 2112/ years, 6.00oA:>> Bob Hancock, who headed the JV basketball team as well as serving as football I
date of deposit to date of withdrawal. prcn'viding 2 4 SJH. : 6.50oA offensive line coach.Is headed back to Macd enny-Baker County where he'll be
I 1/2/ years up to years :>> the Dean of Students.Bob is anxious to get into something besides sports he says; I
the account is open at the end.!of ;1''Z! 4 years up to 6 years f 7.250A:>> but wary of the extra paper work.First-year JV football coaches Sam Chenowethand
the interest period (June 30 and w if V' 1. .: Ronnie Harris also have 'stepped out. Chenoweth's contract as a math I
6 years up to 8 years. f 7.50oh teacher wasn't renewed. His options were a high school coaching job in his native [
December 31)). 8 years and more J \II'd'7,7,50t' ; Texas or a local elementary P.E.job, he chose to head West. Harris is) also considering !
another job but may stay on at BHS as a socialltutlles teacher. A.D. 1
,i David Rune is now Interviewing potential replacements..... ". I I
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