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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Centennial Issue of Telegraph DifcHNext WeleV!''c p i SINCE 1879 -

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Next week's centennial leans of courthouse. An evening of live music occasion, and are also being given. ... r
more than 70 pages will be the largest will feature the Frampton Family free with all new subscriptions. .
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In the Telegraph's history towing Singers the Smokey Band, fiddling Everyone Is Invited to come out and .,' .
our M page (plus cover)75th Annirer- by W.B. McKinney, and square dancing Join in this celebration of the 100th anniversary ni
sary Issue published In 1964 by the Strawberry Swingers. of Florida's oldest weeklynewspaper '

It will consume four tons of Smoked and barbecued chicken din- published continuously .lift. .;
newsprint and contain hundreds of ners will be prepared and served by under the same masthead. ... .
photographs and illustrations of old Lawtey Unlimited with profits going
and new Starke and Bradford County to assist community projects sponsored The,first Issue of The Telegraphwas

scenes. It will be the most complete by this group. Plates will be published by Col. William W. .: : The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
history of the town and county 12.50 for adults and$1.25 for children. Moore and his son Sterling on Saturday .
) to date and will contain as There will be door and It consisted of only >r/ "
published ) prizes a $29 July 2S, 1m. 110th Year STARK.FLORIDATburtdsy 15 Cents ClIp '
much reading material as an average prize for the best old-fashioned four pages and about one-fourth of Issue Section A :
53rd ,July l9,itTfl CSP8MZ-709 i
book. costume. Prizes will also be given for the space was taken up by patent .
size -- --- ----- ----
addition to the special historical the oldest subscriber present and for medicine ads which were popular for 0: -- ;

Issue, The Telegraph s 100th birthdaywill the one who has subscribed continuously all ills and ailments at that time. A
be celebrated with festivities on for the greatest number of complete history of The Telegraph.
Saturday July 28,starting at 0 p.m.In y'ears. Including more information about "Rising
the vacant area on Call Street between Centennial ash trays and T-shirts Col. Moore and his son,will be printedIn Expenditures
the newspaper office and the old will be available as souvenin of the the Centennial issue next week.r "




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'How would you like to have people preliminary figures by CPA Pat the board at Its upcoming Tuesday I

asking for $211,000 in additional Farnsworth.The night meeting. !
1 money, a tax increase cap of $57,000 budget includes 6.7 percent pay The board must also budget funds \
Imposed by the governor and more increases for county officials, making roads total of 112 miles of paved I.
functions from the state, like road their salary range from $18,500 to back to the county by the
y 1: 4A1'' ..lt'6 maintenance and auditing costs,turn- $21,000. Increases for the officials are state Department of Transportation. "
ed over to you without accompanying mandated by the state under an DOT doesn't go through any formality, .
dollars to pay for anything extra? amendment made this past session of any more, according to Road Depart '....
at+ the Legislature. It also includes 6.7 ment Chairman Dave Shuford, they .
That's the position in which the percent raises for all county just phone and say which roads I
;Bradford County Commission finds employees under guidelines establls-( belong to the county. 1
.:Ittelf this year after the legislature ed by the county commission. It is the The state auditor-general, Ernest t
dry'r ,finished its work. The board metTuesday first year the commission has suggested Ellenson. has also notified counties t f
1 rI night for over three hours into guidelines to county officials. the state will no longer perform financial I
:t ;- I : r + first budget workshop of the year audits as has been the practice ;' ,
Sheriff Reddish elected to
end tried to absorb the problems It Dolph for years. The state will continue to
faces.. A second workshop session is give 6.5 percent pay increases and to perform compliance and performance '

: J set next Tuesday,July 23, at 8 p.m In reserve the rest of the 6.7 percent for audits, which generally asks ;
1" cern :the commission meeting room In the merit raises. the question "Are you doing your Job

1'r 4; j rr r r rIV' courthouse.: Under a new law passed by the correctly" Farnsworth told the I
state legislature this year the salaryof board. 1
,, "' 'We've' got four or five new pro- the supervisor of elections was
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,1 + ''grams and everybody wants a pay upgraded to be equal to that of the tax "It looks like' to me Just another
raise, and God knows, they need it collector. So In the new budget year case of where they've passed on about
''with the way Inflation is," commissioner Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn $40,000 to the county/' said commissioner

Dave Shuford said. "Nobody will draw$18,860,an Increase of$5,517 Shuford.
+ l J.I ,has pulled up here and said 'Hey, I over her present salary.
"It'll solve Mr. Ellenson's
problem
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don't need this'. he noted.
The clerk and accountant had not of the 97 auditors he was refused"
I Thunker Storm Takes Its Toll on Walnut Street Budget requests for 79-60 total calculated how much the pay raises Farnsworth said. The auditor-

$2,418,186, some $212,000 over the will total, or calculated the carryoverthe general requested additional help but I
1 High winds blew this venerable oak down on'Walnut Lithe change In the weather Is expected this week by the $3405,743 operating budget for the board can expect but those the legislature turned him down. i

Street and In the driveway of Mrs. Gladys Weldon last FrIday Florida Forest Service headquarters on 8R-1M west. Its :current year, according to figures are expected to be ready for (tee page I3AIfiMay'Be ) I:
afternoon during an afternoon thunder storm. typical summer weather with scattered showers and high I. !
."1 sure hate to tone that ttee," Mrs. Weldon said as she humidity Just about every afternoon.
sat on her front porch with: fends,and watch city workmen 14 rained almost every day at Highland fire tower last \\\... i i
clear th.llmbs away. : y//. .' ;.1 Week and atf de$op to 1.7 Inches.; .It rained three days at the g : ., LegalJB{ >utIt Ain't.Rigfet! q- 'w '
.- ;ftotttn lathe, we, tat'huge-Bints of lie old tree simply" Santa Fe tower our U8-3M south and ooJy.2 lashes.sad. :
hold of the water and-- 'big'14 Inch rain Tuesday at the New River tower brought "'
could no longer up under the weight. :
the wind. the weekly total there to I.llnch"t..' It wasn't money from Heaven, It just seemed like it for three the or fire four department men to stop!people Shuford on SOl asked.and collect$10 each 'I (

Fire Chief Harry Green knew It was too good to be true "They're trying man over in Lake Butler for the same !
when the first man walked Into his store several months thing," Shuford said, referring to the charge against : ,
Primary Emphasis Put on Salary Hikes ago and demanded to make a large donation on the Brad- Union county clerk Robert Draggers of paying man not i' I
ford County Volunteer Fire Department. to run against him. )
A man is either drunk or he Isn't,Shuford said,questioning I
Why how a drtving-whlle-lntoxlcated could be questionable.
It seems that a deal had been worked out by the local Chairman Maxie Carter asked Green point-blanh to explain I
For Employees in New School Dollars assistant state attorney's office for would-be misdemeanor the procedure to the commission when Green appeared I
cases to make a "donation" to the fire department at the first budget work session to explain his re
in lieu of being prosecuted in court. The deal was quested. Green handed out a letter dated July 17 and signed

Primary emphasis in the new $9.9 estimate is on the conservative sideil okayed by County Judge Elzle Sanders Chief Green Insisted by assistant state attorneys Tom Elwell and Len !
million school operating budget la a as Supt. Casey trys to report It. and the agreement had to be signed by the assistant Register. J
Itl1\1n trLerJ salary Increase for employees, student enrollment declined funds state attorney and the county attorney. "Deferred prosecution agreements are a tool used by !
ilhc J, could go down. the State Attorney's Office to dispose of cases that are for (I
and non-instructional
teachers -
Tom declares.personnel This year the county's cost of living It Is legal and the deal was worked up by Assistant State the most part very marginal; that Is to say there are i i
Supt. Casey Index Is 95.96 percent, highest it has Attorney Len Register, himself volunteer fireman."It usually technical evidentiary difficulties with the proof of (

\ $455,414 In new state funds are ever been. That means the school be legal but it ain't right" Green was told the case and the chances for a successful prosecution are
I \ slated to come to the school district system here will receive only 99.96 repeatedly.may Green admitted he had reservations about assessed to be very slim," the letter explains. Chargesare
I \I because the value of an FTE unit percent of the money it earns from the deal and that a special bank account has been not dropped unless the defendant pays the amount set
escalated to $989 from Its prior levelat the state because the state figures It established and the would be turned over to the to the fire department but neither does the charge go on
the last of last term of$911, meaning costs less to live In Bradford County if the commission money desired. the defendant's record if he makes the donation.

i the local schools will receive $78, than other places. But. 99.96 percent county"It's legal, but that doesn't so make it right t." stormed, The Volunteer Fire Department has th\l.lfar received h
more per pupil next term than this. Is the highest the index has ever plac- commissioner Dave Shuford. "Why don't we Just hire donations from S people> amounting to $473.w' .
Included In that amount Is $107.000 in ed Bradford County.

"declining enrollment" funds, a term Because the value of an FTE !
which means schools are getting (full-time equivalent) unit floated up ,
money this year' for students they to $911 last term the system has a

don't have. carry-over of some $200,000, Douglas .
.. Most of the new money will go to said. ,
salaries. Casey Is running austere .J.: ,
"''undey. Jut..tt If the school board would agree to ; 9',:',1 "
budgets elsewhere to give employees L S
Pop Wenar raise this they received levy the maximum millage allowed '1. e'., ., '. i ik
........ SlgnvpHigh a pay increments year; for, experience by the state in 7940, '.n mills, the ., \
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School Cofotoria In-step school system would receive over .. : : J. ,
last year, and have been losing ;; rtl'
In ,
funds. That would
$700,000 new
rime,.11I. Inflation.Reason '' W
ground to ; "
..... enrollment mean another $250,000 but all In local .'
for declining
City Pfenning ono property taxes.Minimum .. ? 1 s xar 1
funds Is huge Dade County la losing Y i
k
y
toning Mooting. student enrollment. Whites are goingto required effort for the .. '
City Hull| 7'M private schools and a 1/3 of Dade school system to participate In FEFP I

students are black and 1/3 Cuban.So funding is $.15 mills down from 6.4 +
,, Fr1""' .July M =-t -
the included
Included legislature mills last under Gov. Bob
,....., DlMUYowHl ,-' 1 In Its school package this year Graham's tax year relief program. The '-'.\ ','. ? l7 r p 3, 'Jt': Y 0 .,,.", ,I..:.", .

A....o-ce funds for the students Dade lost. But millage drop will mean a drop of ;,""r.'tf', ,, ..t. Th. B trllE llU...... ':J: .'fl :j:. ',
7-11 U CoUtorio such fund for ,
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It couldn't establish a some $187,900 In school taxes from .. ''A" l"OdiOrd "
Dade without also establishing it for local coffers but the state more than ;, COClII'Y't
other counties which also lost enroll made up the difference with the $78 ', : ; .1.. So uryhkf'$,1. ,, t
Pride I Satvnl.Ju''v 1021W r : S"'olc gFgT roPIt.. f
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ment. per pupil Increase In an FTE unit. .., Ju!' pAN\
_'.CteM.S oiH Mct Bradford County Is down 61 But Supt.Casey says be Is reluctantto W Ond gor ) 28 sip. I
IeftMII. ,...._..... students or 108.37 In weighted FIE recommend to the school board 71h .d m. 11//.
W........rer\ the figure the system la paid. So this that it raise taxes. The superintendent '. wuft P/Ol:1 Beoll', Cofh/kk.rt j I

Mod cMcfcoii dinn.r..r.11..1 year Bradford schools are getting says almost all the people he Pre r db.3p.Child.y S/o"" ,
woohond wok bode,.onwH mid. $107,000 by being paid for students no knows five (In Bradford County and For Lo P/OI Rollaers I Iii

corn .. the cob.. c.Mwotormoloiv longer enrolled. That will be a nonrecurring they are hurting under the taxes they ,. __ -".// 0'Cou'f.Y .$, 2s .. I
bofcoo. ? ..... and. Business vII/I" ? i
dollar explains' now pay. As long as the school : -wrvffd ,
Isom ffd .
...", .1MCIe a .u- $..p. ..... Manager Eddie Douglas.i The state system can operate adequately 69ni uunlry I
onior boy bock *. (.... toumeMonti will probably have funds for declining without a tax increase.Casey says he r prol.cJa .
Donations ......... enrollment will fund it will hesitate to recommend a local ux i r ffVE\, AitlJC'd 0cJ, j.: I
half level next5but increase : LI. '
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In the 197940. : property taxes Into a .. "s IN'NO' .1. ro
Tr..4ot luhfC. / ,. .x, Bradford schools will ''reeelveCiS,5OJ741 salary increaseldl commit the .' ".04..."aF)1$"" /"...., ,

Ca.........MeetIIIt. .1"., ), $ In operating funds from the funds for future years, Douglas .;.. WB ( ,, ,
CowtttOMO: Florida Education Finance Program pointed out 1 FromAd., Muor.DOncl :''I i ?." i': ') s ;.

..Com Mooting loom (FEFP). That la up$4:5: ,4141rom the The school board with Douglas as It : t S""fI liSpN "F...mllYSlner. Ffdd'l rep ,\
J $3,054,327 received last term 78-79. spokeman. la currently deep into lor to our L- z. .ppQ.. ng i
There la a possibility the system will bargaining with the local teacher ....". r-=--"::" ro 8. PRIZps.l1er.. ;
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1'1tu..ey.' Jvhr 2t.Kiftpley .- receive more funds if the Fit union the Bradford Education --vQft Old .1/0 I
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Association A set
meeting was FoaPnlOn DMfJf
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ChIc ceerw. Wednesday night in which both ad- \ ..... ,'. !", :. ,', Full .. t'OCIr oafurn. s, p '
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lmd'- 12 mi.isa Index. were hopeful a salary agreement ;:!j' I' '.<;t;; .,, I ; nd FOlrt//i '.
s.rwek..5ie2a5 .. could be reached. The BEA la ,11'I-, / )' '.,
<:,... also bargaining for to use more unused ,. \ ." I I,
TWO SECTIONS ', '
leave as terminal pay upon retire* ". '''y, :"' 't

Courtesy'mum ,SECTION So< ..,....At...u. P....tA.4A.7A roeot.The school system- also due to .:J... J ... 'i;." :.:: 'f. .- "IIr,

editorial.. ..,.. .'',.. Fa..4A receive more funds from the state In : { ., w .e.re r- 'p "'
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but to air s
7940. categorical items, meaning Jo; ,
SLY ot Starke ,L.9da's. ....' ........ .P."I1Ao..tu4I..1. the must be spent only in ,4t ,_., :- a I\; "' .... .' ? 'b' (! ..lk .1
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Page lA TELEGRAPH July 1e,

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Stark To Purchase 369 Acres For Sewer Site l aidEIitionaIJuilge

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An order of taking was signed by most cost effective. Mayor Wilbur Waters suggested the arc
CircuitTo
Circuit Court Judge Osee Fagan The Environmental Protection city have Hipp Contractors bid on the For Eighth
Tuesday, allowing the city of Starketo Agency, which has already approvedthe repaving of the 4/lOs-of-a-mile M0-
purchase 369 acres on south U.S. sewage spraying Idea has ad- lion as well as old Lawtey Road at
301 for a proposed sewer! and irrigation vanced partial payment for acquisition the !intersection of Estelle Street. Be AppointedAn
system, city commissioners of the land.
learned at Tuesday night's meeting.
-Commissioners also approved f
The 369-acre tract was purchasedby
Mueller in 1972. Mueller said he request by Fire Chief Robert Lewis to additional 1 circuit: judge for the
The old owned by
airport acreage, the water cooler and t
move chain
be
circuit will
eighth judicial appointed
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had planned to sell 2.5-to 5-acre sites
Frederick condemnedby
Mueller was for homes. from the old city hall to the fire v within the next month, Court
Fagan and a purchase price set at Mueller indicated he would seek a department. A request for three new Yr Executive Assistant Ben North said
$1.200 442750. The city
acre, or
per beepers was delayed until the newbudget
Friday.
will put the entire amount on deposit higher appraisal price on the proper Is settled.Commissioners. The appointment follows Chief
ty.
within .
20
days.NegotiatiOl1l
Theron Yawn's for
Judge request an
will begin between agreed to take an additional judge to help the six judges
Mueller and the city on the actual In other business: ad in a softball tournament magazine who preside at more than 1700 cases
price of the land, and if negotiations -A new light system for the RJE for $1,000 to help sponsor the men's North said. Judges for the
fail the city will ask a 12-member juryto Softball field costing ".928 was approved softball team, Hillandale Farms eight circuit hear cases involving
set a purchase price next fall. by city commissioners at the Green Machine in their state tournat :? '!j L several state institutions including
Tuesday night meeting. ment August 3-5 at the new Edwards Florida State PrIson Union Correctional -
Fagan asked City Attorney George Linda Day grants coordinator asked Road facility. Institute
Pierce to discuss with Mueller's at
commissioners to provide (400 of Medical Center Lawtey Correctional
torney. James E. Hodge payment of labor at no cost to the block grant. The money will go toward trophies., Institute Sunland Training Center
taxes and possible lease agreementfor h!
Commissioners approved the request umpires ccorekeeping, and other
Santa Fe Correctional Center North
Mueller to use the land for Items ( .
unanimously.A needed for the tournaments. '" Florida Evaluation and Treatment
until the .1
agricultural purposes city ". 4. Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. .
begins construction. request for a Suzuki moped for ,"'\ new minlnotoreyele.New Center and Lancaster Correctional
Institute.
the police department was made by
After the city was ordered to stop Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. Bowen Because of the many institutions in
dumping nutrient-rich effluent waste said the moped which gets 100 milesto Telephone Company Motorcycle For PoliceStarke the area the case load is greater than
from the city sewerage treatment the gallon would be more practicaland other districts with similar popula-
plant into Alligator Creek the city energy conscience than a regular Gets New tions, demographics and area size
bfgan looking for other methods of patrol car. EquipmentContinental policemen will be making of one of those things. Had my leg in a North said.
dumping the sewage effluent under a their night rounds on a shiny new cast for six months. There's no North said 95 percent of the cases In
federal grant. Engineers decided the Telephone Co. Is getting orange FZ-50 Suzuki motorcycle after way...." Rhoden said. Union Correctional Institution and 80
most effective site would be a large "A patrolman could make the a new digital multiplex system Police Chief Jimmy Bowen s requestwas percent In Florida State Prison go to
agricultural site where the nutrients rounds at night more efficiently with installed at the central office buildingand approved by city commissioners The motorcycle idea was Bowen's court. Murders and other violent
from the treatment process could be one of these than walking or driving a will go into service August 10. at Tuesday night. brainchild and he said his is the first crimes occur frequently Inside the
sprayed onto a large land-locked area patrol car," Bowen said. approximately 10 p.m. police department in the county to use prisons, be said and these cases are
and absorbed Into the soil. Total cost for the moped would be Bowen purchased the $611 moped- the energy-efficient motorcycle. And more time consuming than normal
$611 Commissioners put the request "We don't expect to encounter any like motorcycle from Suzuki of Starke Bowen said as far as he knows this is cases.
Two; sites were discussed-the under advisement. major problems in changing from the Wednesday morning. The 2.5 the smallest motorcycle being used The Florida Supreme Court approved
i ainp Blandmg site was turned down Commissioner Ted Ogelsby told old equipment to the new equipment horsepower motorcycle has by police departments anywhere.John the request for an additional circuit -
txxause it was too far for the effluent commissioners! to pave Polk Street but we may cause some telephone automatic transmission, and accor- Curies manager of Suzuki judge March 22. The request was
.i i. economically piped from Starke and Collins Place would cost approxImately conversations to be interrupted. ding to a representative at Suzuki is said he's giving the police departmentthe then sent to the legislature where it
Mueller's acreage was chosen as the 840. Chances are there may be a few, "extremely quiet." travel trunk to sit on the back of was approved under the Article Five
minutes of service Interruptions, the motorcycle. Suzuki Is also mak provision of the state constitution.A .
around 10 p.m., but this will be just a, Police officers will begin using the ing modifications on the light systemso judicial nomination commission
temporary condition," said Jim motorcycle Wednesday night-with the patroling officer can cruise will choose the seventh circuit'judge.The .
Get A Permanent Wave Cooper, local customer service' one exception. Police officer Scotty without the headlight on. nine commission members in-
manager. Rhoden said there wasn't any way he With the 100 miles to a gallon the clude three lawyers three laymenand
By Famous was going to get on the motorcycle."I motorcycle can probably be driven a three other persons elected by
Just got over an accident because week before needing a fill up. those six. The commission will con-
no> "Customers in the Starke
exchange"
(. Jhirmack firm a minimum of three names for
I.. will notice the biggest difference. the governor's final appointment.
There will be a different dial tone

And Register To W in A vacation For 3 ../ sound, ringing and busy signal". "Within three weeks to a month
Cooper said.Another Accomplice Of Death Row we'll have a new judge," North said.If .
Accomadatwns For 3 Nights To Disney World Plus 100 Cash During the governor gets the appointment
major difference with the today, he will/ act on it immediately."
The Months Of' July & August. new equipment involves those on the Under Article Five the governorhas
964 exchange calling someone on their Escapee Pleads GuiltyThe only 60 days after he receives the
This Week Only party line. Cooper said persons calling nominations to make the appoint-
someone on the party line should ment. A circuit judge under this arti-
Permanent Wave For $2000Reg. dial the seven-digit number and 18-year-old accomplice of State Attorney Tom Elwell agreed to cle must be a member of the Florida
Only follow prerecorded instructions. This Death Row escapee Bobby Lewis who let him continue on that bond pending Bar for five years and a resident of
*25 Call For Appointment 964.5033 change applies only to the 964 prefix. pleaded guilty to charges of aiding an disposition of the case.Wilkes' this juridsiction.
escape in Circuit Court Monday will sentencing for Duval Coun

IRENE'S: : BEAUTY SHOP The equipment which representsthree before receive a pre-sentence investigation ty has yet to be negotiated and will Three persons who have said they
quarters of million dollars of additional sentencing. run concurrent with sentence he will have applied or are in the process of
2209 Raiford Rd. Starke investment will allow Continental .. Steven Rema Wilkes pleaded guilty receive for the Bradford County submitting their applications for the

to keep pace with the growthof after a. plea-bargaining session to charges. postilion are Alachua County Judge
Starke. barged of aiding an escape harborng Lewis also faces escape charges for Chester Chance. Bradford County
and concealing an escaped his escape from Florida State Prison Judge Elzie Sanders and Levy County
risoner and compounding.a felony' Nov 18, 1978. Judge W.O. Beauchamp."I'm .

. SAVINGS FROM 40.00 TO 100.00 ON EACH SET I' fter he drove the getaway car for filling out my application
I, onvicted gangland-style murderer In another
case a medical assistant "'
lobert Lewi,,, mmy' at FSP pleaded conigft t to a charge,.,,,,,""telphantfxconversatkm1 right now Beauchamp' Sunday said after in a. .,

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M LONP"; k '.who'ircuiib ge Osee Fagal!' S 'prison alter bgf6g s .-., riane" "1' "'.
refused; 'to withhold adjudication juana Dec. 21 1. J81! $ wife, Jean, said Sunday.
ft lending the pre-sentence Investiga-
.G lon said the guilty verdict could be Brett Wesley Greenway, 20, was North said he believes Chance is the
) .ifA :hanged later if warranted.Wilkes' caught with 17 grams of marijuanaafter "forerunner" for the appointment. If
i? a routine search by prison of Chance does receive the appointment.
original bond was set at ficials. Greenway was arrested Yawn the chief judge would have to
ftilrJ MATTRESS 50,000 In Duval County where he was before a state law was passed making order another appointment for
rrested on felony charges of aiding possession of less than 20 grams a Chance's vacated position.
) ,. 1 escape. Plea negotiations with misdemeanor instead of a felony
SALE .Y uval County officials\ resulted In the North said he believes this is the
l-1 'Opping of several felony charges The possession charge was droppedin first year the legislature gave the
a id a third degree felony charge of plea bargaining session in which court exactly what they wanted. In
ther conspiring to escape or harbor- Greenway pleaded no contest to the 1976 the legislature rejected their initial -
J g an escaped prisoner. contraband charge. Assistant Public request for an extra circuit

.. Defender Shon Saxon said he is judge.
Wilkes was released on $3,000 bond challenging the constitutionality of North said annual salary for curcuil
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Ball Rolling For County's New Housing'I Er { Finance Authority ,;


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Keeping the ball rolling, the coun- Future question to which answers meet regularly to get that information Explaining result of the housing than can be fulfilled. interjected. ::
lyre new Housing finance Authority are vital are: I) size of the bond In small dose rather than trying preliminary report on the required -Guaranty Federal is selling mortgages Based on a $60.000 home, a 7.S .
met last Tuesday July 10, to hear a and 2) criteria to determine Wueif to absorb It all at once. economic study was David A. Howard to First Federal of Macon, Ga. interest rate would cost 23000.percent ",
preliminary report by Plantee Corp., be eligible for a home loan. The Interestingly! the Bradford HFA is Jr and David Pierce of Plantec Mobile homes have garnered 60 Now, the conventional Interest rate of l\
the agency doing the economic study economic study by Plantec. a subsidiary one of five county authorities In which will provide Information for percent of the housing market In around II percent would cost $31.000.
on which the proposed home building of the Jacksonville engineering Florida organized to give out such setting financial criteria. Plantec Is Bradford County since 1970. People running the cost of the house $8,000
program will be based. firm of Reynolds. Smith and loan, and apparently is third in line analyzing: 1) cost housing by stu- who would like to purchase conventional just because of the Interest up rate increase
It was an information session; no Hills, must be made final and com- among those five to proceed with sell dying mortgages made here in the housing can't afford it because Howard pointed out
decisions were made Chairman plete before these decisions can be ing bonds when and If constitional ap past year, and 2)) talking with local their salary fs too high to qualify for
George Roberta says the Authority made, however. proval given. This HFA had a bond lending institutions about the federally subsidized loans.
must meet from time to time to find Basically the Housing Finance counsel employed and an economic availability of funds. Over 70 percent of the people In the
out what Polk County, the state's Authority ((HFA) will sell revenue study under way when the Way & Preliminary conclusions drawn by county cannot afford the price of a Fire Damages
leader In forming a housing finance certificate and lend the money to Means Committee of the U.S.House of Plantec are that Bradford County will new home.
authority, Is doing, and what the citizens in the form of home loans. Representative cut off formation of be included in the transition group not -The county is growing at the rate of
federal government is doing. The bond will be secured by first any new HFA' pending a study and stopped by the Ways & Means Committee 200 households per year.
Biggest question currently, is a mortgages on the property on which approval of the concept. of the U.S. House of Representatives Growth in Bradford County has Gay's StoreA
decision !being awaited from the the homes will be built A key decision which kept the Brad- chaired by Rep. AI Unlman, been understated all along said
Florida Supreme Court on whether "At the point we're at you've got to ford effort alive was the hiring of said Howard. Pierce..
the bonds of a housing finance go kind of slow," Chairman Roberta bond counsel, said Glenn Allen, an In- Need for mortgage money I Is Government Is the largest fire that started In the attic of
authority will be considered for a says pointing out there I is so much In- vestment banker with the firm of greater in Bradford County than In employer in the county. The per Gay' Home Appliance store on 355 N.
public purpose, a necessity under the formation to absorb the authority Fisher, Johnson, Allen and Burise< other counties, Howard said. He capita income 1 I. substantially lower Temple did about $3.000 worth of '
Florida Constitution. Inc. of StPetenburg, who ran the July pointed out there are no secondary than the state average, but it costs a* damage. No one was Injured.
10 luncheon meeting in the Garden mortgage lenders here, and the much to build a house here as In other The fire was reported at 12.25.: July
Restaurant here. percentage of population eligible for counties where the income Is higher, 12 by police officer Alan Baxter. ,
Polk County validated bonds June loans is greater than in most counties. said Pierce. Firemen said the fire was caused i
Warren and SchaeferVie 14, Duval 1 is ready to go Into validation Mortgage activity here la less than Median family income, meaning by an electrical short In the attic. ;
and Dade,Orange, Brevard and expected, a clear Indication that local half were higher and half lower, in Eugene Tanner, owner of Gay* I
Palm Beach are the only other coun lending Institutions don't have funds Bradford County In 1979 was $14,163 said they were not adequately :
ties, besides Bradford, eligible under to satisfy the demand. Pierce said. The Plantec study pro- covered by Insurance for the I
For Commission SeatIncumbent present rules to sell a bond Issue In Howard pointed out: jects an increase to $14,696 in 1980, he estimated $3.000 loss. Tanner said '
Florida. -$7.2 million In residential loans said.People electrical wiring,air conditioning and (
The situation now Is that Bradford were made here last year. here don't have the 10 per- heating ducts and part of the roof
will have to wait on Polk County, but There appears to be a much cent down payment required by the was damaged. "
city commissioner lose his job if he campaigned during I is in a position to move ahead, said greater demand for conventional Federal Housing Administration for a "We're open for business though. !
Joseph Warren qualified Friday off-hour Allen. loan on a conventional home Pierce We had some temporary repairs" t
afternoon to vie for the group two Warren was first elected in 1975. said. Median mortgage here last year made to the wiring and air conditionIng
commission seat against former commissioner and voted mayor In October 1978. He Bob Harris Home was $28,875. Median value of a houseis and we doin' business as normal,"
\ Charles Schaefer. was removed a* mayor June 4, 1979 Explains Loan Problem $36,000. Tanner said.
A race has developed for commission .- and currently hal a suit filed againstthe The Savings It Loan Associationhere
seats in groups two and four as commission challenging the Local builder Bob Harris, who erected 40 homes in Bradford County In is 30
providing over
well as the race for the chief of police; legality of his removal. the past year,. explained his operation to the new Housing Finance all housing loans just, Pierce said percentof but
between Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Charles Schaefer I is a member of Authority. S&L's much Congratulations To
and city employee Jimmy Epps. The the National Guard at Camp Blan- U a family Income is $15,000, the home the family wants costs the traditionally of supply the loans.a
ding Schaefer commis- minimum of $35,000 and the home buyer Is looking at greater percentage Pam
city clerk position and commissionseats wa a city a one percent; per Federal has no Tlsor
from groups two and four are sioner for six years and mayor from month loan payment, or a payment of$350 per month,"he can t fly, Har- and Guaranty Is unable to meet the demand money for
also up for re-election. 197476. Schaefer was defeated by ris told the authority members and officials, "he just won't be able to home financing. There are a lot of The Winner Of The 24 -
Qualifying began 10 at Ted Ogelsby in '78.Commissioner. make it."
July noon
loans made here,
and will end July 24 at noon. Elections Vernon Silcox What Harris does la build house under the federally subsidized 235 and Pierce private said. People being are also getting'' Inch 14 Kt. Gold Chain, :.
will be held Sept: 11. qualified Tuesday morning for the 237 programs for which families with an income of up to $13,000 can loans from Freedom Federal In .
Bowen. who has been police chief group four seat. Silcox, an Insurance qualify. On the same$35,000 home, the government subsidizes the family Orange Park and StocktonWatleyDavin Given Away AtBrier's ,]
since 1973, was acquitted on charges agent, has served the commissionsince with $130 per month, thus trimming the house payment to $220, Harris In Jacksonville. .
1971.Entering. pointed out. The $220 I II about equal to one week's take home pay for a of Gem Jewelry :
some
banks taking
Local up
were
the group the four race commission against Silcox seat for Is family Harris earning said he$13,000.uses all local labor to build his houses, stressing to the the slack until 1979 Pierce said, but 109 E. Call Street

Mary Ellen Peterson, 53, who saidshe's group that Bradford has a remarkable work force. their money arereallyhavingtoscramble has dried up now. Starke 964.5211HownewWattWtse
running"because there needs to "People Howard
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be a lady on the commission." for mortgatge money
Peterson I is a housewife and mother .
of three daughters. This Is her first
election. She said she will campaignfor
human rights and believes in the
share and share alike philosophy.City Living homes !
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perjury and 11 misdemeanorcounts c T -.;;:

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Bowen was indicted in March by a -
Brand jury on perjury'charges after .
telling the jury he couldn't remember :7 :?:
Rlvirlf'M.n1er1'OI'd shoot,stray i
rings within the city limits of Starke

four years ago. .
Eleven!: misdemeanor charges of
malfeasance, misfeasance and
nonfeasance against Bowen were
dropped by the state attorney's office .

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I,ee Douglas, 43, had his death war- saying the case should go \rqt""i ;: What makes a Watt-Wise1" home a Watt;.WisC .
rant signed Tuesday by Gov Bob before the state Supreme Court. > home? A properly insulated water heater, for one ;

has Graham issued, the fifth warrant Graham' Florida State Prison Superintendent 4'11!' :.. j' thin ::

Douglas was tried and convicted In Dave Brierton said Douglas took 't"1'\'\ "' '. Because your water heater can account for 18 -=

Polk County for the July 17, 1973 the news"expected calmly it., adding" that Douglashad ; ,PI:1;,: .'. to 20% of your monthly electric billit is often the ,
shotgun murder of Jessie William
Atkins! Jr., with the Jury recommending Death penalty opponents are confi- f ,.i. :..... second largest user of energy in the home.That's ;;
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man to be executed following a jury ty: of Douglas' .<; INSULAflON of them. ;;:

recommendation. of 'life imprisonment Of the four other warrants signed, :'f};}!:'..,,.{',, ",, "I '1, I, With a Heat Recovery Unit (HRU), the.heat .::-

Graham explained signing the warrant only one was carried out-John A. tif'1(1-\( \. .. drawn out of your air conditioner i is captured and '
"The relevant and constitu- Spenkelink died In the electric chair J y.. This annual -
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trial judge's sentencing was upheldby fitt and Robert A. Sullivan, received A Solar Witter Heater, using energy from the Min, !
the Florida Supreme Court, and stays of execution from federal % of hot need.
(review) was denied by the U.S. judges.Florida's. .,n can provide 50 to 70 your water &,
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.. .. addition to Lawtey Elementary stiboot year, cafterta panic hardware.A .
walk and addi
School were approved for submission n55S*cbool 1 the LE
to the State Department of Educationand don, but the projects have proven second problem on the LE Job Is
Number One for bids to be sought In action costlier than anticipated.Contract sewerage disposal The board
Public Enemy ""i w Monday night July 19 \ agreed, at SaHey's request, to apply
on the BHS Cafeteria was for a septic: tank permit from Brad
Feeling inflation-battered? If not you oughtto lion, energy medical care and housing, the five But limited construction finances $173,000 but the project cost nearly ford County In hopes that it will be approved -
be! major ingredients in the cost of living: available now to the school board now $220,000 by the time it was completed. by the time bids are let. Alternative
make for uncertainty that the projectcan to septic tanks is a sewerage
be built. The school board has disposal system costing some$39,000.
Inflation is now at an annualized rate of 13.4 So far, all the current federal administrationhas t332ooo available for the project At first the school board figured the Salley said which would put the pro-
percent. Prices of gasoline and petroleum pro- done is suggest conservation of energy by after combining all sources of capitaloutlay middle school partitions could be Installed ject out of reach of the school board.A .
ducts 1.1 consumers and allocate gas that is available so funds. Cost of the project is for 100000. It was a shock
consumer prices percent
pumped up
it went where the empty gas tanks were not. now placed at $332.600. but architect when architect Salley said the project
nationally In May, nudging the inflation rate to Craig Salley has placed some$12,000 would cost double that. The project pumping station is needed at LE
an annualized 13.4 percent almost double in deductive alternates in the projectto was actually let for triple the original at least Lawtey area board memberArthur i
President Jimmy Carter's proposed rate of 7.4 What is needed is federal and personal actionto provide some slight leeway, estimate$319,174 plus fees Gaskins said adding that
slow the economy without creating a depres- everybody (on the school staff and
i percent. sion. Government price controls heretofore board) is aware of the problem with.
been The last project let by the school Estimates on the LE project have septic tanks at the LE site.
Rising cost of petroleum products accountsfor have a stop-gap measure, holding prices board, the Bradford Middle School been as high as$360,000 but with funds
only one-fifth of the price increase althoughthe temporarily down but with prices taking off walls project, came In over the growing snort the school board Instructed The state now requires that septic
newest OPEC prices increases have pushed when controls are lifted.It board's budget. Inflation Is currently Salley to trim the budget as tank drainage lines be placed no
i barrel of crude oil 60 since last adding some 1.5 percent per month to low as possible to come within ex lower than the high water mark
a
up percent is not a time to cut taxes. Money needs to the cost of building, the architect isting funds. board member J.T Parrish told Ihe
December. Food and transportation costs are warned the school board Monday board saying the requlrment II]part
also rising. It's a rare thing now to find any be taken out of the economy; a tax cut would night. Salley pushed to bring the Job Projects the school board thought of a new law passed by the 1979
goods or service which has decreased in price. stimulate the economy. Unemployment, for- to bid to prevent cost going up too would cost around $700.000 will have Florida Legislature. Officials have
tunately, is low and actually declined from 5.8 much for the board to be able to af ended up costing over $870,000 if the been meeting on the problem,Parrish
to 5.6 percent in June. The U.S. economy has ford the project.Construction LE bid comes in at the estimate of said because it is impossible to place
created net increase of 2.1 million in the Salley. septic:tank drain fields above the high
If national consumer prices keep rising at the a jobs water mark in many parts of low-
1979 rate inflation for the full year would be the past year. costs of the LE projectare Deductive alternates included In lying Florida.
highest since 1946 when the removal of price placed at $329,250 by Salley The project plans are vinyl tile floors In-
controls imposed during World War II pushed Full employment is no doubt helping greatlyto $332.000 includes all fees. stead of carpet, and elimination of
prices up 18.2 percent. The last time inflationrose keep the wheels of the huge American storage shelving and classroom Salley said he was aware of the re
about It for quirement. Alternative,the architect
above 10 percent was in 1974, when the economy turning. But if inflation remains high awhile"Lawtey unless we can wraps find some up other shelving. said is to haul in dirt for a raised
Arab oil embargo resulted in a 12.2 percentrate. for too long job layoffs could result and the source (of money),"Supt. Tom Casey Bids will be opened at the August drain field area and to place the drain
economy could grind to a halt. What we need is says. meeting of the school board. lines above ground level. That also
a slowdown, not a deep recession or a depres- requires a pump to force the
Anticipated building funds did not Into the drain field.
sion. sewerage up
Prices of and services have been goingup
goods come in from the state. The county Salley reported that in an effort to
at least one percent a month since the first of received$253,135 In Public Education keep costs down he has eliminated
year, and exceeding that figure some mon The word depression was used by U.S. Sen. Bond money from the state for gates between the proposed complexand Supt.! Casey said the board could fill
the. Dick Stone D-Fla., in a stop in Starke Friday 1979-80 some $100,000 less than anticipated the existing building. The In the new play area across the road
afternoon. Here's hoping the U.S. Congressand Supt. Casey pointed out. buildings now will be connected by an from the school with Keystone sand ,
{ open 8-foot wide walkway. The Stale that drains easily and place a drain
Runaway inflation is eating into the value ofa the national administration will show some If the board can complete the LE Department of Education would not field on top of the ground across the
dollar so deeply savers don't have a chance, signs of aggressive planning and exert some addition it will have completed the allow the lUtes he had planned Salley street but under the Keystone sand.
experts say. Savings accounts now lose money leadership to curb inflation, public enemy
because the percentage rate of inflation is number one, within the next few months. .

greater than interest rates paid.
Meantime, consumers can do what they can County Agents By

to hold purchasing to a minimum to slow Bobby '

The dollar you ,earn today will buy only 55 business down slightly. Housing, food, Phone: M4-4280 notebook ,
percent of what it bought in 1970. A family of transportation, and energy must still be paid Taylorwill J
in for however. there is much Energy has been a topic of conversation
four earning $13,200 1970 must now earn Therefore, only so instruct our, citizens on how to
$25,000 to stay even. Average family income the public can do at this point. the and last a few concern of Energy most peoplefor shortages carry out energy saving measures.We .

has risen about 90 percent since 1970, to$18,800. energy crisis years., and a need for will have over 40 informational
But after taxes and inflation, real income has It's not going to be pleasant to bite the bullet energy conservation is now making brochures and fact sheets for legume crop can eliminate the need
hardly risen at all. but we must try to slow purchasing by being newspaper headlines and national TV distribution to the public. The for costly nitrogen fertilizers. This
and radio news. publications include brochures with can translate into significant savingsover .
choosy, more discerning, and just outright practical energy-saving informationsuch the long-run.
Hardest hit, of course, are retirees on a fixed refusing to buy items priced out of reason and Our energy situation has had its effect as "How to Save Money by In-
income. Trying to maintain a modest standard that can be done without. on most all our domestic and sulating Your Home," How to Save Warm season legumes would be
of living on a fixed retirement income which economics problems in our country. Gasoline and Money," and "Passive planted by the end of this month. At

buys less each month is a losing battle. Inflation Inflation is going to be a tough nut to crack Looks like our state and national Design Consumer.Ideas for" the Energy Conscious present Alyce'seed clover supplies, hairy are indigo availablefor and

is the biggest enemy of retirement living. but crack it we must! leaders are finally taking the bull by We also have more general infor Aeschynomene. Alyce clover and
the horns and coming up with some mation such as fact sheets on solar hairy indigo are annuals adapted to
There has been much political rhetoric about A depression would be tougher to swallow. goals and guidelines that will, energy, nuclear energy biomass and well-drained soils Aeshynomene is
I inflation but thus far no effective means foundto Just ask anyone old enough to have ,.Jived hopefully, ease our energy dilemma. other alternate sources of energy also an annual and is especially suited
that all citizens
They are asking ,These materials wilt supplement fact for'our poorly-dralned soils found In
I ...hold I hold.,down the. prices of food, transporta-. .. through the Big Depression of the 1930s,: ( w<,, become involved in energy conserva- sheets, and, other .educational low woodland regions. .
1 : r. 1. ._A. .IG''l' tion programs that will make' our materials,that,nava*(already!been
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l .. ------ ;- : \ ; ; country "energy" independent in the developed by our specialists at the The amount ol nitrogen fixed by
11 ,' ', next decade or so. University of Florida for use in our legumes will vary under 'different
-" III .J Your Cooperative Extension Ser- on-going Agriculture.. Home growing conditions. To get the best
\ The Call to Sacrifice vice has a role to play in this energy Economics and 4-H Programs.You return you should "think legumes"Slant
conservation effort. We have a can either telephone or visit your entire forage management
cooperative arrangement with the our offices if you want energy infor program including grazing towards
" I Agreed thai President Carter made a hard- significant to Bradford County since we now State Energy office to be designatedan mation or have questions about our successful growth and production of
official County Energy Information efforts as a County Information the legume. If the legume is successful
; hitting. soul-baring speech Sunday night, in have a solar energy industry already in operation Center.
Center. your grass growth will also be
) which ho went so far as to acknowledge his here, manufacturing flat plate solar collec- Our office will provide practical Speaking of energy conservation enhanced and a maximum of forage
I shortcomings in dealing with the energy crisis tors. easy to read and use publications thatFORESTRY our pasture producers can begin sav will be produced.All. .
and the loss of confidence of the American people ing money and energy now by plan. not just nearly all. necessary
in their government's leaders. Although the measures talked about by Mr. ting summer pastures with nitrogen- requirement for growing legumes
Carter this week should have been started ten fixing legumes. Legumes can furnish must be carried out Pastures must
most or all of the nitrogen needed for be properly innoculated prior to planting
Agreed that ho "laid it on the line" when he or twenty years ago, the face that this was not forage production and also provide a ..
stud. "there is absolutely no way to avoid done is water over the dam. and even more higher quality forage over a longer I'll talk more about these practices
Micnfice" in the fight to free America from theiMindage reason that they should be given top prioritynow IN IRABrORD COUNTY period than grasses alone as we approach winter legume plant
l of dependence on foreign oil, and called at no matter what cost in dollars or per- While legumes require a little more ting time In the meantime call
sonal sacrifice. management and care than grass come by if you have questions or wa 1
for immediate personal sacrifices from all
pastures alone a well managed more information now.
Americans h \I.ark: Fries 4
Although effects of the long-range goals will

Hut also agreed that the Sunday night talk to possibly not be felt for the next ton or twenty

the tuition. will bo productive in solving the years the benefit! of conservation and the 1

onorgproblem, only if the American people "personal sacrifices" to which Mr. Carter In the first four months of this year,
make it so. If \\e. the people, only heard the referred can start immediately. One that has forest fires consumed almost as many
speech remembering a phrase or two. expressing already been "felt," especially in the current acres in Florida as were burned in all
our like or dislike of the President's comments heat wave, is the President's decision to impose twelve months of 1978. 1 1j

and then going on with our wasteful and rules already approved by Congress requiringthat "This of the is nearly. always "the heaviest ,
part year though. said Mike
onorg, >-extravagant ways the speech will have air conditioning in commercial buildingsbe Long chief of'the Fire Control
boon just another exercise in futility.In set no lower than 78 degrees and ,that Bureau. Florida Division of Forestry. t 1
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heating next winter not exceed 65 degrees "We've had some' bad fires

another speech Monday before the Na Violations of these regulations are subject to especially in South Florida. It's beena 1 .

tional Association of Counties Mr. Carter projected $10.000 fines. Although some might considerthis season flood.of During ups and the downs dry spells droughtand the .

a massive $140 billion program to a "hardship." the face is that many fires have been many and some of Centennial
develop now' sources of energy from coal oil buildings are over-cooled and over-heated to them were very large. We're hoping Issue ComingGet I
shale, gusnhol. and the sun. the point of discomfort to many people. Not only this latest rain has ended it (the fire
will the new temperature limits save fuel, season), but you never can tell. In 'em While They're Hot! I
t but t will healthful other years we'te had enormous firesas
; they likely provide a more late as July or August"
The development of solar energy was of climate than the extremes of hot and cold frequently Subdivisions have been threatenedby .. Things you may never know until you read TheTelegraph's
special interest and significance to this state, used in the past. several I fires this year keeping : big Centennial Issue coming next week: x
since the University of Florida is recognized as homeowners busy hosing down their
the loading research center for solar energy in President Carter said that coping with the roofs two and subdivisions gardens.Shifting winds saved ..How Starke and Bradford County were named. i

the nation. Dr Erich Farber. pioneer in,solar energy crunch will be "the immediate test of River in an April Fool's near Day fire.Crystal But '
research and director of the UF research unity in America" and now that most only a few days earlier winds playedthe --What Bradford County sheriff was murdered by Harmon

(center believes that the President's goal of increasing Americans seem finally convinced that such a opposite trick and whipped up a Murray the desperado who left' a trail of blood from
the nation's use of solar energy to 20 crunch does exist, it is hard to believe they will the brush fire to engulf a $50.000 home In Gainesville to Fernandina. I

) per cent by the year 2000 can be reached or not make the necessary sacrifices to deaf withit. Keys.lives
; No have been lost this year In -How many timesJias this area of Florida been covered.
even ex'eed'd.'hilt' not vet economically Be that as it may, however, the people will connection with forest fires although -
By the sea and will it ever be submerged again? J I II
feasible Dr. Farber pointt'd'out that the conversion still keep one eye on Washington to see if'Congressmen there have been numerous injuries to fi

of solar energy into electrical power is cabinet members, bureaucrats and firefighting personnel.In These and many other fascinating facts will be printed In

just around the corner Eighty-five per cent of even the White House itself are also sacrificing.If burned one instance hen he was a forest trapped ranger betweentwo was the big Centennial Issue -largest in our 100-year history-* I

the energy consumed in the average home goes this is to be an all-out effort, it must be all- moving fires but managed to due on.the newsstands next Wednesday. S
for water heating space heating and cooling.The inclusive: the American people will be reluc- escape saving both himself and his !
tant to make the necessary sacrifices unless' tractor. In another. the ranger This special edition will be highly prized and saved for !
: development of solar energy is also they know their leaders are also sacrificing escaped but his tractor didn't causing many years due to its historical value Because of the i i
Jf1BOB6. hundreds of dollars worth of damage. truckers'' strike and the newsprint "
IncendiarUm. the malicious set shortage we will be i
ting of forest fires by humans has unable to run an abundance of extra copies. Therefore you E !
been on the increase for several should obtain one as soon as possible.x; r
years During one bad period: this
EpAnflRp Inv March. Long said. the Division was Most readers will doubtless want a copy to read now and f. I
SQRfC44 battling clusters of incendiary fires in ,
several different locations around the one or more to store away for-the children. or pass on to
&rtgraptO State. A vsigntficant increasing" some friend or relative who has an interest. : Bradford \

"juveniles."number of them were set by County but no longer lives'in the area:' !s

: CyC FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER "I'm not sure why." Long added. This Issue will contain as much information as the't j
,"but its a fact: kids are
Publishers fires on purpose." setting more average book, and the cost Is just $l:- little more than the f
SINCE II" 'MOW : The Division of Forestry offers a cost of the paper and ink involved. I IBetter"
Mater at the Past. Office at Starhe. FI...w+der Act..1March 1.000 reward for information leading
Class
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Published) each Thursday to the arrest and conviction of several t ';
ill.. '.." ,C\If'\ any" buy copies while you Can.'Twentyfiveiyears 'I
J # Subscription rate ill.,> *.>r..: tt V'.FIIS SI* Months. penon,<<' persons who intentionally from now you'll be glad you did.
Outside trade.t..-,$!'Per v.**r IS.Se Si.M ntt.s. Sta,"..Florida set pees on lands other than their
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4Mw Cynthia Griffis and'Gary Underhill ; :. Jacqulyn Anderson, Library Consultant I


,r Repeat Vows June .Vat' Grace' BaptistCynthia To Speak Here Aug. 16

:1 Anderson, consultant
: "of,.Bradford School. The Jacqulyn
Darlene Griffis. daughter High groom Church Library Dept., Sunday School
of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Gnus and ii employed by GiUman Paper Com Board of the Southern Baptist Con-
Leon Underhill ion of Mr. and 'pan y.
Gary vention, Nashville, will lead a con
Mr. Reginald L. Underhill were '.The wedding finalized a month filled ference on Church Libraries at the
united In marriage Friday June 1, at with activities which included a First Baptist Church of Starke on
8 p.m. In Grace Baptist Church with miscellaneous shower on May 15. Thursday,August 16,from 7-9:30 p.m.
Rev. Don Sheets officiating. given by Mrs. Leonard Moore andMrs.
The wedding party Hood before an Charles Baldree in the home of
arched candelabra with lighted white Mrs. Moore. All area church library workers, -L
tapers and an ivy laced bridal arch Kingsley Lake Church was the set- prospective library workers and
White for miscellaneous shower ministers are invited to attend this _
flanked by two large baskets of ting a
mums and yellow daisies. On each hosted by Mrs. Sue Crawford, Mrs. conference.
side of this arrangement were Toni Crawford and Mrs. Alcene A native of Georgia, Miss Anderson
.. tapered candelabra, and baskets of Crawford on May 17. holds a B.A.degree from Tift College,
i : Mrs. Alice and Miss Forsyth; Ga. and a M.L.S. degree
Mary Waynette
.. :, greenery.Given In marriage by her father, Joiner were the gracious hostesses from George Peabody College for
'H .J the bride wore a soft white satin floor for a lingerie shower May 19. Teachers in Nashville I
>, length gown with v-neckline and full The final miscellaneous shower
: ", long sleeves. A daisy like flower boated by Mrs. Susie Perry, Mrs. She Is the author of eight Broadman
: border encircled the chapel train. Her Robin Lee and Miss Debbie Jones in cassette tapes in the Media Center
'. d k1d elbow length veil, bordered with daisy the home of Mrs. Lee was held Saturday Techniques Series; the author of Lils
{ I\S.i I lace was attached to a contour crown evening May 21. three Broadman Press books in the
[ ornamented with dainty seed pearls. The bridesmaid luncheon was held Church Media Center DevelopmentPlan
: She carried a spring nosegay ac In the home of Mrs. Faye Hornaby on How to Admlnlittr and Promote Jacqulyn Anderson
cented with deep red miniature car May 28.Mr. a Church Media Center How to Library Services Journal.
: nations and baby's breath. and Mrs. Reginald L. Process Media, and How to Claiilfy. While in Starke Miss Anderson will
The matron of honor was Mrs. Underhill, parents of the groom, Catalog and Maintain Media: and is be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Robin Lee and bridesmaids were hosted the rehearsal supper on May the author of other titles related to Norman and on Friday and Saturdaywill
Miss Gail Crawford, Mrs. Doree King 31, at the Western Steer. church media center work. She Is a tour other places of interest in
., and Miss Linda Underhill They all The 25 members of the wedding regular contributor to Medlar Florida.Dn5toDoBltRII.
wore long dresses of pastel pink, party and guests were seated at a
'C __ __ table adorned with
n sprinkled with white and blue daisies shaped a
: and Mrs. Gary Underhill and a white lace and blue ribbon bordered table arrangement of pink, white and
ruffle at the top and bottom. blue spring flowers.

I Each wore white and blue lace sunhats The honored couple presented ." ..... .. ," .....-' .
Brooker Junior High Classmates Reunite and carried a nosegay of pink memento gifts to their attendants '- c"c :
F white and blue spring flowers. after the dinner K

J" .' Some traveled near and some' all of Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin The groom was attended by his b ,'''" .,,1Ml .:
'traveled from as far away as Taipei Prevatt(formerly Ann Crosby)of father as best mas. Ushers were ', '
''Taiwan; and Hollywood Florida to Clermont Florida; Mrs. Ernestine Rodney Griffis, brother of the bride Joint\ BirthdaysC'otebratedJuly 'E'79"; I.
"''attend a social gathering Saturday Russ Pendley Mrs. Evelyn Padgett and Broderick Crawford ',. : :: ,iadt.: '. ._!
night for the classmates of the early Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Roberts, Mrs. Bill McRae, pianist and Rhonda "
1950's from Brooker Elementary Charley Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stern, soloist, presented a pro 8
-School. Davis (formerly June Stokes) all of gram of nuptial music.A .
The exciting affair which will Gainesville, Mrs Bobble Gnann reception was held In'the church At Roy Bryants
always be a night to be rememberedwas (formerly Lavonia Hodges) of was -, I
started with dinner being servedat Lawtey, Mr. Jimmy Suggs of Taipei kept by MiisaTammieJohnson,cousin Robyn Kelli Bryant celebrated her t
the Western Steer Steakhouse in I Taiwan,Mrs. Elaine Crosby Griffis of of the bride. 10th birthday Thursday, July 12. witha 1I
Starke with 32 in attendance. Starkev and special guests for the The bride's table was covered witha seafood supper at the Red Lobsterin
After the dinner, a social was held evening were Mr. and Mrs Tom white lace table cloth lined with Gainesville. Enjoying the occa/ion
at the home of Babble Gnann in Casey of Starke. The cake was a beautiful three with Robyn were her parents Mr. and
Lawtey with breakfast being served tiered white cake trimmed with pink Mrs' Roy E. Bryant and Ronda and I TYrULJr1irTE
around 4:00: a.m. which included and blue flowers.The second tier held, brother and sister.
Jason. Robyn's
home-made biscuits and honey. A Those calling to tell everyone hello a miniature bride and groom. A pink
+jukebox with records from the early.J950'S and that they were sorry they could fountain spray descended from the I I IV Ir It
was enjoyed by all. not make it were Mrs.Shirley Parker top tier. The cake was baked by the Robyn also celebrated her birthday
Those in attendance for this occa Moxley of Elmira, New York Mrs. mother, of the groom. Sunday,July 8 with a combined birthday
lion-were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crut- Jackie Dyal Sorrells of Jacksonville, Serving the cake were Mrs. Topsy party for Robyn her grandmother
chfield I formerly Jackie Barry I, Mr. J.T. Parrish of Lake Butler, Mrs. Ebling and Mrs. Mary'Alice Joiner. ,Mrs.Leah Bryant, whose birthday
,and Mrs. Clyde Jr. Green Mr. and Velmarie Dukes Edwards.Mrs. Betty Attending the punch bowls were Mrs was July 6, her cousin Chuck
Mrs, T.J. Mann, and Charles Kelly all Jean Raborn of Keystone Heights, Brenda Griff, .Mrs. Vickl. Rewlck Smith,whose birthday was July 8 and
of Brooker: Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Mrs. Evelyn Shaw of Long Beach Miss Debbie Jones,, and Mrs. Don her cousin. Sheila Blackburn, whose
:Branam (formerly Jackie Greens Calif., Mrs. Armenta Rogers Hesters Sheets. birthday was July 13.
;Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kelly all of and Mrs. Marcia Kay Hazen Furlong Miss Marilyn Griffis and Miss Lisa
Jacksonville Gerald Gay of of Gainesville, and BobbY' Jones of Drury passed out miniature rice A fish fry followed by birthday cake
--Hollywood Florida: Mr and Mrs. Brooker. bags. was: enjoyed by the 19 family
:Wallace Parrish of Palatka. Mr. and Following a wedding trip to South members In the backyard gazebo of
,MflJ..J.c.,: Parrish. formerly Myrtle' ,Mr, Casey.told the group this was Florida, the ouple will. reside inTf&r"ftj RobynVparents'; and Mrs. Roy
Padgett) Mr. an.d.J\lrs. Jerry Suggs some of his first class when he began \ n ill* l<'itMl non E. Bryant,
/t9 a cthlngatlStarkelNfdd: Hn hei early The bride and groomaare graduates
'and how much he and his wife "
;BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST appreciated the honor of being pre
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Another get together wilt be held in [j1( Black- White.
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dogfood ASK FOR jftftq'...YOUR DOG WOULD ,. .



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FEED DRY We Also Stock Tops Dog Foods Explanation : Because of a slight increase in tax


21 % Protein 50 Lb, 8o assessment'values in the City of Lawtey, the city can raise


YR ]@QNERGY] 25% Protein: 50 Lb, *g25 the same number of tai dollars in 1979-80 with'slightly


DOG FOOD less millage. To raise the same amount of tax dollars in


.;.1.t!'atylre/as Stay On Top With ( OPSf the coming year, the city would have to levy 2.815 Mills ,

.-.... '",. slightly less than the 3.000 mills levied last year.
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Dog Wormer-, Vitamins" Food s pl m nJ' 4'HOSIER'S : '" ;: to receive state or federal revenue. sharing. monies thus.


: the city will incur a very slight tax increase ,in 1979,. 0,

Collars & Leads Etc. .. .
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TELEGRAPH July I',l7t

_ Joyce Harris and Alvin J. Fayson. To Wed July. 21Joy&1' Shannon Smith, Wins.Fla. State Title June 15 Terri! Filf. and Richard BarrickWedh&atSdmpsonCityCenti
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-rrla, daughter of Mr. and Jerome Fayson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Smith, four'yearoldMr. ,
Mrs. F.%".* Harris, Sr. of Jacksonville Ernest Fayson of Lawtey on Saturday and Mrs Tom Smith of MOFtA IIOQat ;, r
wdltiecorae the t Ode of Alvin July 21 at 4:30: p.m. In Mount Road won the Florida State title of
Olive Primitive Baptist Church 1319 Master Florida Hemia her. M.sri. Fill, daughter of Mr. and
North Myrtle Avenue bullet Jacksonville.A 'The pageant took place in Tampa Mn. Ru.. n mol Kingiiley Lake and
KLPOA Bridge- reception and will follow at June 14-16 at the Ramada Inn. rI Richard Barrick son of Mr and Mrs.
Luncheon the Seaboard Coastline Building, BOO The contestants were given a disco! Glen Barrick of Johnstown, Fla. were
July 26 Water Street Jacksonville. party Thursday evening,June 14. The united in marriage Friday, July 6. at
The ladies'of < next morning the contestants were q 7'30 p.m. in Sampson City Community
UK Mngsley Lake given personal Interviews with the .enter. Starke, with Rev. William
Property Owners *-jociation wUl judges. Friday afternoon modeling dtheir Wolfe performing the nuptials.
have bridge-luncheon Thursday July DUPLICATE BRIDGE sportswear was held. Shannon Cer.iertng the altar was an arch entwined
28. at the Kingsley Lake Civic CLUB RESULTSDr. modeled a fire suit a replica of a with greenery and daisies,
Center. and Mrs. Jim Mlneslnger were stock car driver's suit Friday evenIng flanked with wedding palms ana
Bridge will start at 10 a.m. and luncheon the winning couple at Duplicate formal wear was the main event. Boston fern and yucca trees in the
served at 12 noon. Anyone Just Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. Cecelia Shannon's tux was an off white trim- background. Pots of green plants
desiring luncheon need not play Terwillegar'and Mrs. Lex Green were med In brown. The tux was furnished were placed throughout the Center.
bridge. Thfre will be a door prize. second; tieing for third were Mr. and by Mitchells in Gainesville. Guitarist. Steve Wynn and soloist,
For rewrfvatlons call Mrs. Margie Mrs. G.R. Cassem and Rhea Johnson Mrs Hazel Bass presented a programof
Thomson, "964-5423 or. Mrs. C.G. Hill and Lora Francis.CUTTER Saturday was a free day until that nuptial music.
533-2069.. evening when the final competition Richard Fill attended as best man ins I
was held. and Farlln McClellan was usher.
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Shannon was then crowned winner Shane Bass was ring bearer.
ROPER'lI with a banner robe and fifth trophy. Miss Elise Johns served as maid of
Shannon also won a portable TV from I honor. She wore a long A-Iine light
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'lI 1 the pageant. 1Lk blue gown and carried a nosegay of
Prizes were also given out for the mixed summer flowers In colors Of
,5 contestants who sold the most ads for yellow, white and blue.
,. OV'r.oO their program book. A Mo-ped was ."" .- Misty Fill served as flower girl in a
given for the most ads sold and a big Shannon Smith long A-line light blue gown and she
O wrangler bicycle for the first runner carried a basket of white lace with
up. Shannon was the winner of the blue satin streamers.
6 bike. Given In marriage by her father, ,

DECK ; ., .. the bride wore a long white A-line r
FREE WITH PURCHASEof Shannon was sponsored by his JJ'ljo-X- gown of Qiana knit featuring a ..
father's business Smith Bros. Body V-neck trimmed with white lace --
Shop in Starke and Mitchells formal Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn returned sleeveless and gathered at bodice andback Mr. and Mrs. Richard Derrick
11 to ZO H.P. Roper Tractor wear in Gainesville. Tuesday of last week from three with ribbons. She wore a wreath
Shannon will be going to CherryHill weeks vacation In North Carolina and of Ivy and white daisies in her hair Jimmy Strickland and Mrs. Farlin
N.J. July 30 to Aug. 6th for the North Georgia. and carried a nosegay of white McClellan presided at the punch
national competition.The daisies, yellow pompoms and white table.
CtHMM 11 1 aid 1.H P ftynchro.txKncx ... winner of the National will' MOVING SALE satin streamers tied in love-knots. Following a wedding trip to South
)mgl.' cN l.Of 16 It .u receive a full scholarship to New A reception was also held in the Florida the couple is residing in
.20 H P '.,n.. York Academy of Theatrical Arts a Many Items reduced Center being the first wedding held Lawtey.
1/2"
BIQ'. turf tavw ir *. calendar watch, toys, anda moreSelection there. bride graduated from Bradford
All a>w and hydro d"....vi..bl.ClactflC .. gold games of Jeans High'
key.'wt f vacation to Mt. Airy Lodge in Mt. The bride's table was covered witha School and is employed at
Deep ptcXKx wxmgmounHd' Pocono Pa. and also a 1979 Chevette $10.00Leila's white lace cloth over a blue liner Cadillac Uniform factory.
Mulli' u...tlacnmvnls I........] t Hatchback. Dress Shop and centered with a three tiered cake Mr. Barrick graduated from Union
l0 awry mod.lal 132 E.Call 964-5057 decorated with tiny blue flowers, County High School and Is employedat
"' ...daAugust cheribums, irredescent doves and Firestone in Starke.
topped with a bride and groom. The
4, 1979 cake was flanked with two single
.. Jay ItcCawleyImported silver candle sticks with burning blue Debra Patrick and
.YadYU..o.,..,,aria r' ..l a.o. tapers. Mrs. Steve Wynn and Mrs.
Richard Fill cut the cake. .
Mark A. f
*1,595Hosier's Standing in the receiving line were Hodges
ROPER TRACTORS START AS LOW AS Car Specialist
the bride and groom, their parentsand
honor attendant. Mrs. Steve ToWedJuly21,,
30 Yrs. Exp. Wynn kept the bride's book. Mrs.

Charles Schmitt directed .the wed- Debra Tonya Patrick daughter of
Monument & ding. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Patrick of
Nursery
STARKE FIRESTONE The punch table was covered with a Lawtey, and Mark Anthony Hodges I'
white lace cloth over blue liner and
son of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges,Jr.
301 IS. Walnut St. Starke, Fl. 964-6214J MASTVISA 984-6436 CHARGE centered with a crystal punch bowl of Hampton Lake will be united in I
EM that was encircled with greenery, marriage Saturday July 21, at 8 p.m.
U.S..301 N. Starke Fla.
pink gladiolus and white daisies. Mrs. in Northside Baptist Church. '

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to attend.


Gordon Addison

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Reunion.August


The annual ,Gordon and Addison
aA family reunion will be held Sunday, .j
August S, beginning at noon at the
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Butler.
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Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of
Lawtey announce the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Carol
Lynne. to Gary Wayne Thomas son of

Ky.Mrs. Gerrl 'Musgrove of Earlinger, ,.

MAl The wedding will take place Saturday
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July 28, at 4 p.m. in Lake Hill
Baptist Church in McRae, Fla.
All friends and relatives invitedto
are
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i.:a. X y .rae9nwaq.., '-NYwiyi i attend.

"" PRESIDENT-4 Bedrooms i Baths TFd1
Fulton Trotters Given.

I ILjr. i; Going-Away Party

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Regardless of what you've heard or read in the news if you own You can count on Jim Walter Mr: and Mrs. J.C. Dukes entertained I 1

property, mortgage financing is no problem when Jim Walter E 31'Get at a going-away dinner party

builds for you. Jim Walter has PLENTY of readily available dollarsto WE DO IT RIGHT Saturday Myrtle street night for at Mr.their and home-Mrs. Fulton on N.

build new homes for his customers. In addition to help keep the Trotter who moved Sunday! to Moody ;::'i '

cost of owning a new home as low as possible, Jim Walter does .AFB Valdosta Ga. >,;
complete information and cost of building on your property.Get The cookout dinner was served at.
NOT add "points" / costs" that others to further
or "closing charge the the Duke's poolside.Swimming .
facts about our INSTANT mortgage financing that takes
and
inflate the price refreshments were
you pay. only a day or two instead of the usual weeks or sometimes enjoyed by the 12 attending during the

Jim Walter offers more than 20 LOW COST homes that can be months for credit approval. Let us tell you about Jim Walter evening. -

built on your property to almost any stage of finish, from the shell custom construction methods. We want you to see the homes we

home to one that is 90% complete. This means that you'll have an build and tell you about all of the money-saving options offered to :AI'lj..j(.._ . '

opportunity to cut an already low price even more, simply by you.. We want you to know your cost first hand and what your '. :. ,,-

doing some of the inside finishing work yourself. Do the electrical monthly mortgage payment would be to build any one of the more Mr. and Mrs. B.C. .Mclntyre'';and 1.

work, install the plumbing; finish the wallboard. You tell us how than 20 models on your property to the stage of completion you visitors family of of Ponte her Parents Vedra, Mr.were and Sunday Mrs. ,
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much you would like to do. The more you do, the more money choose. We want you to have ALL the facts about building the Jim J.H.. DuPre. j I.'$"'* ,'I I

you'll save. And, with today's high-spiraling costs, everyone Walter way. Call, stop by or send the coupon to our nearest Miss Linda Mello of Cocoa Beach, ",'f f.'( .

wants to save money. display park. WE DO IT RIGHT! spent last week with Mrs.Joan Chitty '"
and daughter, Sandra. !

...- .011II'er Lt.and Mrs. Don R. Thompson and
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weekend guests of
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FREE: FULL-COLOR CATALOG'! parents Mr and Mrs. Leo Champion. '.

r JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32670 OCALA, FLA. 32216 JIM WAITER HOMES i_.i>. ......''...) Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Chism and "1'

'' P. O. BOX 16965 P.. ,0. BOX 954 :,' of I would building lik.en to my have property.mere information I "nd.'oll1l end there the would cod '. I son days, vacation Robin have at Clearwater.returned from. 12 ,y;

f 6227 Phillips Highway 3001 South Pine St../:; .. .. b th...no. fats obligation free of to charge.buy and that you would give me ..1 Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Epperson, Sr.

and Mrs. Betty .Mizefle of St. .n
U. S. ,No. 1 South PH: 732-3714 (! HAMS Petersburg have bought the house at
818 W. Pratt street and
moved in over
PH: 733-3250 ADOUSS the weekend. They had as Sunday
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: CITY .,._. ._ STATE_ ZIP_ visitors .Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth '.

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WE'LL BUILD ON YOUR PROPERTY TO ANY STAGE
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OF.FINISH: FROM THE SHELL UP TO 90% COMPLETE: I 110.00 .-'

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Blind Girl Operated} q: Y CHURCH ] ; \,. .. ,. Obituaries, .. .

NEWS Genevleve Jackson, H Mrs.Mary M.Luck
Mrs. Genevieve L. Jackson age M. Mrs. Mary (Melba. ) Munew Luck.
To Restore EyesightA of Lake Geneva died at Bradford *S.of Keystone ffetgtrt* died Moeds .
County Hospital. Friday July 13. She July 16. In StVlMwn?* ffeepttel In
had lived at Lake Geneva the past 8 Jacksonville.
New Pastor Serving First Christian: Church in StarkeJack months.

r Starling went Martelle Mrs. Starling said the operationswere "..... .. .".. She was retired from the William IL Graveside funeral services art set
blind while being paid for by the Division of Bowman a native of Lexington Block Dept. Store in Indianapolis, In- today (Thursday July 19) at 11 a.m. i
completing her nursing program at the Blind however all other expensesare Ky., Is the new pastor of the diana. at Hickory Grove Cemetery with the
Florida Junior College. Today she' being paid by the Starlings and First Christian Church of Starke, She is survived by her husband Rev. Leroy LewIs officiating. :
at the Bascom-Yalmer Eye Institution donations. preaching his first sermon here Sunday Grover P. Jackson Lake Geneva a
.in Miami being operated on to July 1. daughter Mrs. Patricia Ann Schatz, Mrs. Luck was a housewife and a
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restore her eyesight. Indiana a sister, Mrs. member of the Community Church. .
Starling suffered from diabetic Parked Car Collision Mr. Bowman attended the Universi George Indianapolis.Jackson Jacksonville Fla. She was the wife of the late Manly ,;,
retinopatiiy, which causes the blood ty of Kentucky and received his B.A. and two grandchildren.Funeral Luck of Keystone Heights. Mrs. Luck .
vessles 10 the back of the eye to rupture and Bachelor of Theology degrees '\ 'i services were held Mondayat had been living In a nursing home in
\ resulting In blindness. She was Deaths Double from Kentucky Christian College at Jacksonville.
2: from the Jones Funeral
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\ declared legally blind within two Grayson Ky. He also did graduate : : ; : ;: ;: Home p.m.Chapel in Keystone Heights ,
I,{ months after the onset of the disease. TALLAHASSEE Traffic deaths work at the Cincinnati Bible "" '.. /" with the Rev. David Landers officiating. Survivors include two sisters,
\ Undaunted, Starling enrolled in a from collisions Involving parked Seminary in Ohio. .. 'I' ,)., Burial was in Keystone Margaret Manew and Rose Manews
\' both of BIscoe N.C. four grandchildren

\X-ray dark room technician training than doubled In
motor vehicles more ,,;'. Heights Cemetery. DeWItt C. Jones
rogram for blind persons at St. Patrol to' Starke, Mr. .' ., ft. and several nieces and
1978 said the Florida Highway Before coming< .; Funeral Home of Keystone was In
uke'a Hospital In Jacksonville. today.Patrol. Bowman served the Iron Hill Churchof ..', charge of arrangement nephews.
starling had problems finding a job records show that:30 persona Christ at Grayson, Ky., and the ", :: .
because of her seeing eye dog, Loki. were killed last year as compared to Bethlehem Church of Christ at Winchester DeWItt C. Jones F'\JMralliome of
18 In 1977. Injuries also rose from Ohio. Keystone Heights I Is in charge of ar
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Mvny hospitals, despite state 2.8M to 9,027 during the same period. ll[ ServicemenPvt. II rangements. .'
ttatoles prohibiting discrimination Mr. Bowman and his wife,Georgia, ;; -

against,blind persons with seeing eye Patrol Director Colonel Eldrige have one ten-month-old son, Troy. ..... n .. .. .n. ...
dogs have regulations against Beach said, "Many of the crashes involving .Sheila Webb "
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animals\ n patient areas. parked Vehicles could pro Pvt. Sheila J. Webb, whose husband Memory )
With thfc-help of local Lions clubs, bably have been prevented if drivers United Pentecostal Tommy live in Lake Butler .
Starling found a job two months ago had made a better effort to drive their L 'Of .: Fla., recently completed an administration In Loving Memory .f Wallace A.
with a private doctor in Jacksonville. vehicle clear of the roadway." Church r. Cord Thank: : course at Fort Jackson, jolano a Devoted Husband& Wonderful

After inquiring Several of her blind "When drivers realize their enginesare ''!).l S.C.Students
O"I; Fatber.'I
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friends Starling found out about Dr. about to atop, they should drive were trained in the .
204 N.Waters SI.
Guy O'Grady In Miami, who said he off the road to make repairs instead of Our heartfelt thank to all who ex- preparation of military records and God called you away.
could operate on her and restore her trying to make It to the next town," PastorRev..O.L.Wells tended comforting sympathy and help forms. Instruction was also given in One year ago today July ZOo H7I .
eyesight.The said Beach. in our recent sorrow. For the fundamanetal of the Army filing And even tho our /toss It H av.,,', <
first operation didn't take and a Wednesday-7:30: p.m., Bible Study. beautiful service,floral offerings,and system,typing and operation of office gain,

second operation was performed "If your vehicle Is disabled at night, Friday -7:30: p.m., Youth Service. other kindnesses, we are deeply machines. So many loving memories wilt /or-
Tuesday morning July 17. The retina you should also turn on the flashers, grateful. Webb enetered the Army in March Ever remain,
had detached and in the second opera. place warning Hares or reflectors Sunday 10 a.m., Sunday School; It's fold that tlm* will erase the pain.
tion a silicone buckle was attached. behind your vehicle if you have them 7:30: p.m., Evangelistic Service. Also special thanks to Archer 1979.Her mother,Mrs.Alberta Manning. But the vacancy you l./t to wont than
Starling's mother Mrs. Rosa Starling and stay out of the vehicle and clear Tanner Funeral Home for their live at 333 Martense Street anything'
has been staying with her of the roadway. Flat tires should be Full gospel preaching< and teaching. assistance and concern. Brooklyn, N.Y. Her father, John w> mitt youQtnfvievt ..

throughout the operations. changed only after driving clear of Matt. 18:18-19: Acts 2:38-39, Acts Wilson,. live at 177 Clinton Ave., Sofa no. Sandra Jimmy,
Starling is expected to remain in the roadway even If you must drive on 19:24.: Dexter C. Roberts Family Albany N.Y. Tina A
the hospital for another week or a flat tire to a safe location," concluded .
more. the Director.
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Mrs. C.P. Nazworth and family and Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson visited
Barney McRae were in Orlando last Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jerkins In Max- I
Monday to Thursday visiting Mrs. vllle Saturday night on Mrs. Hutson'abirthday.

Marian Conner and family and .
World. i i'j
Disney Cindy Patrick of West Florida arrives -

Donald Thornton and Saturday to spend several days
Mr. and Mrs. A. Y
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daughters were vacationing In the with her grandmother, Mrs. Gladys I '

Tampa and Orlando area Tuesday to Weldon. .
of last week. ; '< ...;.:'"
Thursday -
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Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Gay have had as : ; :

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins of visitors Mrs. Norman Rogers of
Ga. were last Friday Park last Thursday and
Stockton, Gerald 3.
visitors of Mrs. L.D. Vining. Gay of Hollywood and sons. V
Tommy and Michael of Miami over i ir (

Mrs. A.Y. Covington Mrs. Jack the weekend. r mica was GYQ I
Trawick, Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs
W.B. Mundy spent Saturday to Mr and Mrs. S.G. Denmark and PRICES NEVER LOWER!
Wednesday of last week with Mr. and Steve Denmark had as weekend POLYESTER KNIT BLACKS
and Mrs. C.L. Landon
Mrs. T.H. Slade at Highlands. N.C. guests Major
Enroute home they visited the and daughter, Natalie of Middleton.R.I. anJ ,
Roosevelt Foundation and Plains,Ga. B.Y., Saxon of Melbourne' f fr Ji .
,.children, Benjamin, Candy: and .
"Mrs j'/IW.Br'rcMundycf Mrs. 'Pautli,,'i Hillary of bainesvWe/W.Vi3aor; ? QV; -.cui..GAlUlAU. CAt'. l NiS Jtlvwnf, as ( '" II I I II
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Mrs. Pompano Beach,and fissSueMorrisof MCCUIf A gntire stock oflmen's788
Mrs. L.A. Canova and ..
Bridges, w. .Rn u Quality tailored 100% tn '
visited Mrs. Kate Shep- Beverly Ky. Joining the family on pofyeftor a
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E.B. Searing and comfortable flare loo style MaclWn.
pard in Baptist Village, Waycross, Saturday Mrs. M.J.and Sanderson Sunday and were daughter Mr. 3.96 1.47 2.97a.anM..a wash, no MM) to Iron) tn* terrrlfloaoUds
Monday and
Ca. on plaids some ontly If-

i Mr. and Stephanie of Gainesville. a dd.d plmtlo w m FMloJ qu.llly loeo toxturo. Moo y duly 100% .. levy.at.plocs regular.Men'strut 30-42. dress siacics
Mrs. Ethel Musselman and and Brooke ad a etw.nl OPNM. n.y ll r drtin. coo syg.ply proof omM brow ooupllrioA ]
and Steve Adrienne Welty Ilotr.hold NMi W d.w .Sto* rXASTW: :: dIr
Mrs. Kenneth Orange sons, in alg Iiy.MOn porr < K)( MNKUW..JL* *BBmWB ft.V > IM<
and Todd of Roanoke Va. were Williams are at Camp Chowenwa
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Green Cove Springs for two weeks. MEN'SWO

Moody the past week. Michael Whiffen returned Wednes- ANACMTAMJETS 4 OPOtAV YANK
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day from six weeks visit with friendsin cLAmot- SCAUTY DCMtM SNOUTSWEREA0 I
Germany. term i-=- FINAL NIT LOTION 4 OZ. 4.44
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Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Tilley and Mr. 1.39 7'39 2.29w
and Mrs. Eldon Sapp visited Mrs.
Agnes Heath in Fort Lauderdale Mass Young of Boston, Ca. Is sl.w :u++n wwin WA.all donim ProMinmk.outofft.cotton

Thursday to Sunday of last week. visiting two weeks.Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Hesters for BOCkoM..2S-SS. ,A ..

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Mrs. Daisy Perryman and F.B.
MOVING Beard and among the patients in
Many Items reduced Bradford County Hospital.Mr. .
t/Z" moreSelection I .a
of Jeans and Mrs. R.P. McLendon had jT' t.
$10.00Leila's lunch last Friday with their son Tomin f 1aia
Dress Shop Tallahassee. They also attended a '
132 E.Call 9M-5057 reunion for Dr. R.L. McLendon on his 1 GO g off
85th birthday Saturday and Sunday in
Marianna. I
Starke Elks 1802 accompaning vice- .. dies
88ACM BALL S/xar'YNIYL 1773"VINYL 72x10"DILUXI
president and Mrs. George Dominian- OII.WIIII JIINCI imp WOIN AMMATTMtSSSTUBBY iASIt1C AtA MAT ONNPGIO5 Tian
nl to Jacksonville Southside Elks Nri >A TANK

Mr.Lodge and visitation Mrs. Clare Monday and Mr.July and 9 were Mrs. Many MOVING I/Z.Items moreSelection SALE reduced o.couNT 970' 970 WMa.ae' 1.47 WAelerr' 8.94Gun WABJLer \14 S (t9 3S 3.44 OteCOuw 1.97tnnEOC PA/a

Nealy McConnell. of Jeans
FASHION TOM,CLIAflANCI rWCIM ,
lis.00
Curtis Greene, Edward and Karen J
Shop
Klmbnl and Glynece Savage. G.A.'s Leila's Dress WERE
,961.6057Mr
13Z E.Call I
and R.A.'s attended camp at Lake 3.9 296AMI

Yale! Baptist Assembly last week. and Mrs. James H. Cash and .tuort, and tang *MV.top M Mm up wt.l .
the weekendwith ok*. (Klrt or Mian AN m sled to wy-
Mrs. John Greene and Mrs. Jim family of Orlando spent Mrs. ear.uena at s ewy M eater. dt eAt rl,1 .!
Sen. and ?
Locke spent last Monday to Thursdayat her parents, -

St. Augustine Beach. Charley E. Johns. VINYL MPtATASL TWO-MAN BOAT eN TOWtLS, .: IWN/PO.WCOTTON MIIf901LON10Cttl
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan Joey and WAT**WINOSOAUOI VINYL,M or*soa4T COLORFUL TIM*Y3QV slits TaiMa( 6lxurf atltaa.
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Bishop.
Bill Graham of Starke Mrs. Clarence Lynn, of Live Oak were Saturday Mr. dinner and 970x15.94 3.96 960mMCI
of her
Porch of Keystone Heights and Mrs. guests parents Cull DISCOUNT mtlca *MOUXO PLASTIC OA1e..der OUN DISCOUNT pact DtaC01x.T WaaaJK
Nina Andrews and Mrs. Betty Merritt Mrs. H.A. Lawson.

of days Atlanta tour of have Switzerland.returned from Germany.eight Mr. and Mrs. JG. of Jackson Chiefland of -- i i i
Rain
experiencedsnow Starke and Mrs. Its .
France and Italy. They and Mrs. --
Mr.
for three days while on the trip. spent the weekend with
,Misses Etta and Louise Fripp of Junior Evans in Cochran.: Ga. for Mrs.a iJj .
Columbia. S.C. are spending several Rain remained with Jackson V
weeks at the L.G Powell home and weeks visit.
visiting their sister. Mrs. Mae Powellin
Alachua General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell of J8III.ACUliurr 10 La&...AQUI.IIIIWC1 10x17"CAST MOMDOUBUHHUCM MI-THRU VISORS, LACKS' SLACKS COTTON KNIT 101.'CM1WIaCIC: JOIN$5 7. j
Starke and sister Mrs. Ann Hollandof ,110' CHLORtNa2A7 ADJUSTABLE 100% POLY, 10-1 TOM 4 STYLIS tIMrt-o., .c.1OY.....,L

Mr. and Mrs. Houston McCIane Jacksonville spent the weekend. at 49.88 5.98 880 4.96 2.96 1.66 1.97ascoIMrevict
have returned from three weeks visit Fort Walton Beach,
with their grandchildren. Beau and OtMDMCOUNT PMiea OUM DMCOUNT MMCt WA$14r ova DISCOUNT macs txscfurtrmvca. t7acou.1eluca ot6cohll.Ttrtna
Courtney McClane In Houston.Texas. MYF members who spent Friday to ,
Retreat
They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sunday night at Cormeth
were:
Beach
Draper in Fort Collins. Cola for a House In New Smyrna
Stacey and Allison Denmark. Mary
week. Anne and Kevin Miller Nancy Payne

Wednesday to Lynn and Ann Loper, Karen Chitty
Randy Chitty spent
Greg Thornton. Jay
Tabitha Folsom.
Sunday with friends InTampa. Eaves. Pat Mundorff. Brett Smith M W ., .;

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson' and Doug Reddish. Nelson Green. Randy
son Richard of Tallahassee spent the Reddish. Scott Pout Chuck Williams.Carver. t\1\
and Terry
weekend with her parents. Mr. and Darryl Thornton 4
Mrs. Randall Chism. They left their Accompanying the group were Mrs.and wnLlllUftJWAX YInLUOOAG1I MLN./W01l5W ZONa t1tOMQ lANDAU tWff .IOOGa"O O uscI WOftlC 8HOH

son with. his grandparents a weeks J.E.and Denmark.Mrs.!Don Mrs Hardenbrook Doyle Crews and %3,2.97 I l $ 3 370 ; 2.96 ovar oua
visit. Mr Hardenbrook. !.-:.-': ; ':il-_ % tnucea 6.88 7.88

grandson Tommy .s.. silt..a, 1......ar''' r Ilk ...-near1- 1..... -, f I"..... ......,.. ................ tuba. ............. wp..mp. .1..... tt.,.aR........ .j....... I'IMI' .-.. tuth.n soli M to.
District vice-president and Mrs.. Kenneth Fuqua 1ae..p..eflswda, .-.ad """"rt..Aoc. *......... '.....WIde_...... ........ /eanlovai ,.,..... 10. sr.stsnY'.IJ..M -Mt_._.... a. \
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and Mr.
Dominiannl
George ,

day Nealy to, McConnell Elks Thursday convention are attending spending in the Dallas.Sun National returned Steve vacation Fuqua where Friday In they Sacramento.from visited two their week Calif song -312 W. Madison .St. Starke, Fla. ;

Hutcheson inClarksvUle.
Texas representing the Starke Elks and Dr. and Mrs.Aaron
Tenn.
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I School Board Establishes Positi
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Paving the way for a community meeting to'take action on the title feuding with anyone. director will perform some of the plementing these programs... but if reporter GasUm said | N I
education program, the Bradford change. But at Ita regular meeting Casey said the stale te pfetfeg. emphasis same duties as the assistant principal we don't use hear fund some other made the board appa thee f : ,
school board Tuesday night changedthe Monday July 16, on a motion by on community education and but not all. Casey had already county will," said board member J.T. Gaskins said the board ,
title of an assistant principal at member J.R. (Jim) Lawson, the he expects the program to be funded hired Smith as the assistant. principaland Parrish. motion prior to the June 28 meeting. '
the Vo-Tech center to"coordinator of board voted unanimously to make the .t a much greater level in the next would have used him as such bad "Money is beside the point Ques- As Gaskins was discussing,' tfte .
community education." change. few years. If Bradford hat a com the title change to community educa- tion isDo we need the program!" editortal.board member Jim Lawn .
The board once again listened to munity education coordinator the tion coordinator not been approved, asked Gaskins. said one of the reasons he ran tar the :' .
Community: education opens a Supt. Tom Casey explain the new program county will be in a position to take ad- he Indicated.The "I have to say If someone else had board was because of reports of 'ill I .
school system to the entire community then to David Smith, and next vantage of the expected funds, Salary switch in titles does not includea given the explantion I might have felt will on the board.
both young and old for enrich- fired a return volley at a Telegraph of the community education director new administrative position Casey differently; Gaskins said, referringto "I don't feel Is feuding with Mr. '
ment programs, teaches better waysto reporter In defending itself against an will be paid for the most part by state emphasized to the board. the fact that Smith spoke on the Casey, that Mr.Casey is feuding with .
live, and offers most any programfor editorial criticizing the lack of action funds through a Community Instruc Casey again pointed out that state program Monday night but Supt. the board, or that the board members. ..
which the public feels a need or June 28. Board member Arthur tion Services (CIS) program,and a CIS and CEP funds slated for Brad- Casey gave the explanation June 28. are feuding with each other," Lawson ,
which school officials see a need. Exactly Gaskins said the board didn't have Community Education ProgramCED ford County,which amounted to some The board doesn't always have sufficient commented. Lawson added he will
what avenues the community the facts necessary to take action ( ). A supervisor draws $630 $20,000 last year, were handled by information on which to base a not "rubber stamp" any recommendations "
education program will take here will June 28. Lawson said he was not more supplement than an assistant Santa Fe Community College with lit decision, Gaskins said. All the board made by the superintendent r(
be determined after the new com ready June 28 to vote on the matter principal. a fact the board com tle if any,benefit to Bradford County. gets is a 10 minute explanation, and but said the reason he did not vote for I
munity education coordinator makesa but he had since made a decision and mented on June 28 but not Monday Discussion at the school board then is expected to make a decision, Casey's recommendation at the June, I
study of the community, the holderof was ready to vote, but resented the night. meeting Monday night went: Gaskins stated. 28 was because he 'did not have .
new title, David Smith, told the implication in the Telegraph editorial David Smith Is a former agriculture "It's not our fault they keep (m. Then, addressing the Telegraphhired enough background information; .
school board. that the school board was feuding advisor at Bradford High He has about the proposal. f .: .
The board declined at its June 28 with Casey. Lawson said he isn't been gone of the county for the past "I do now,'' he concluded. ) '.

five years. Recently Smith has been Business "There la a place in this community:, :
working In Flagler where he I Eddie Douglas Moving Into I for a community education coor-.
be Paid developed a community education dinator. There might also be a need.' :
Architect to program.Asked' Eddie Douglas business managerfor by former Supt. Jim Templeand for an assistant principal a&!the vo- II
by Gaskins what the purpose I the local school system for the kept on when Casey took office in tech center," Lawson co tined,' ,. :,
and goals of the community education past 6Mt years, is resigning effective 1975.Besides Lawson said he was ready t tjb act had '
program here would be, Smith said August 15 to work in the private sector serving as principal thought it over and wa ,tiot mad at.:' ,:,,
For What is Built community education is for all ages with local CPA Pat Farnsworth. finance officer of the school system, anyone. /' "
with Its main emphasis on senior Douglas Is an accounting major at Douglas has also taken over personnel "But the Implication was that we ,"
citizens. He said one thing he has Georgia Tech, where he also played matters and Is the negotiator in were (mad)," said Gaskins. .
thought of Is reinstatment of the sum football. He is soon to take the test to bargaining with the teacher union. "That's implication I want
School Bd. Declares mer swimming program which was be classified) a certified public ac Douglas said he will use accrued cleared up," Ltiwson replied. .
dropped by the school board years go countant. vacation time to work with the school There was a pause as each board.. ,
when operating funds became tight. system after the August 15 resignation member waited on somebody else tot;
\r( hllt't'l ("ralgSaIll'Y will be paid riculum Coordinator Lucille Payne Smith said he would have to become "He's going to be missed because of is effective. make the motion to change the title to '.
i-oimnisMon on the amount of the contract assured the board. familiar with the community and the many areas he's worked in,"says Farnsworth confirmed Tuesday community education director ;.
the school board said Monday Approved a resolution to participate what other agencies offer before committing school superintendent Tom Casey, night his intention to employ Douglas. Final, Lawson moved the change In
night: Jul 16. in declaring its intention for a third year in the himself to specific goals. who says Douglas has assumed manyof Casey said he has made no move T. Parrish seconded, the board
to |Pd> for all the work done. S-county Northeast Florida Educational Supt. Casey told the school board the duties of an assistant yet to replace Douglas in the school voted 4-0 In favor. Board member Pat
stated Consortium based in Palatka. again that -ommunlty education superintendent. Douglas, was first system. Spengler Is on vacation I
Board members their
position
The board contributes $1 per FTE
in a discussion on whether the ar-
'
unit to help support the consortium.
i hurt I would be paid for the Bradford
-Okayed a reciprocal agreement I
.
:Middle School project on the budget
between Bradford and school p'
Clay
td 1 b> (he school board or on the actual ,..e.oS 0. '
boards for students to attend schools .
contract amount which, in that FRESH VALLEY-Our
closest own brand '
to them but in another county 1\0\ '
case, exceeds the budget figure
Salley agreed to forgo any additional Such for years.an agreement has been effect tv- of Beef that is carefully selected :
tit-on the middle school project if the
school hoard will add a clause to its from the best of heavy western
i-ontrail with him that the architect Len Register j
lull be paid for the contract if the project ;
U.S.D.A. Choice
is built Beef for flavor

Asked to interpret the contract, Resigns as Assistant
and extra
Mhool board attorney Jess Wolbert L tenderness J

said the contract reads that the school State AttorneyLen _
board :set a base figure or base
budget, for each project The architect Register, assistant state at.
is supposed to notify the school torney since June 12, 1978 resigned to so you
board in writing if, in his professional take a job as assistant state attorney -Every Package Dated
opinion he thinks the project is goingto in the third judicial circuit. KNOW I
run over the budget, Wolbert said. Register will be assigned to the -
Unless the architect notifies the Theodore Bundy trial in Lake City to v kh ,
hoard the contract is likely to exceedthe work with Assistant State Attorney
budget, the architect should be Bob Dekle. After the Bundy trial
paid on the budget figure, Wolbert Register will be assigned to Hamilton
said If notification is given that the County and will be responsible for
contract price is likely to exceed the prosectuting all criminal violations.
budget the architect would be entitled "This will be an excellent oppor- X1/1',
to payment on the contract amount tunity for me financially and professionally j .
if the project is built, the attorneysaid. as a career prosecutor in that
I'll receive considerable felony trial
J Salley said the contract states the experience as the chief prosecutor for .
, architect will be paid on the contract Hamilton County" Register said CHERRIESFRESH 1l
y amount if the project Is built. The about his new job. Besl8uyrinPnralucr/
middle school project is the first time Hamilton County has a tremendous "vf tM 1II 4'Country
f
since the contract has been in effect amount.pf narcotic,traffic-in 01_ pilrrtr I Stand Musliroomi! !l' /I'' 'li'l.freshly !in'
.
that the contract price exceeded his year period there were 88 cases in r s, SJP unEl rLy"JU"t} .
estimate Salley said. Hamilton County alone that involved "s&O" Packaged Slaw or Salad 49* :
Wolbert ard Saley; ableto than 100 of
were never more pounds marijuana IWIIMMII
tnt .
agree about the intent of the contract Register explained. 8(4s1ooj Mexican Pineapple 79F7esii
) or on the amount of money He will begin working with State Attorney '69 7.9o IAC
Salley would be due on the middle Jerry M Blair July 25. SIZE Green Cukes Bro.100unniuNi -
school project is paid on the contract Register, who recently bought a home LB .
price. Salley said the difference here, will maintain his permanent SAVE 25C$4r SAVE 20d A LB SAVE 20! A LB Green Peppers rOI*!nn
) I would be around $1,800; Wolbert contended residence in Bradford County .... ,IN rte
, Salley would be owned some "I 1 am very proud to have worked Boiling Peanuts 2 lIS 101'f nA
$3,000.Salley( with State Attorney Gene Whitworthand t ,
offered the school board a his fine staff, and to have had the NEW CROP ALL VARIETIES {
,t
SEEDLESS & ,,
that learn from work : &Ii
'J (compromise at point He would opportunity to and pstvSWEET
"I forgo any additional fees on the mid- with such talented people," Register FI.ORIDA : IIWN! CALIFORNIA JUICY
die school project if the school board said. FLORIDA CALgFORNANECTARINES
will modify his contract to say the architect
gets paid for all work when a MANGOES /LIMIES PLUMS
project is bUilt. An
SAV OC SAVE 405 SAVE 3OU
It has always been his intention to :
pay a commission on what is built, I$) 0

but hoard not member to pay Arthur for anything Gaskins said that, IslanderWeekend's EACH 49C 12/49 2:89KRAn : AVE A 201YOUR La OWNS PICK' 49 ....... :

doesn't get built. LB
Wolbert was instructed to draw up
an addendum to Salley's contract for KLEENEX '
the board to approve at its next LIBBY'S; CORN
TOWELS ReaLemon .
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meeting.In A Gas IAVI2.. CMIAM STYLI OR WHOLI KIRNII.
GIANT 'BAR-B-QUE LEMO"SAUCE SAVE tea
other action Monday, the school ice 1'f3-1 59 e le.sos
board: ROLL t 'p..PrfC1 3 CANS,'I
No Fuelin' JUICE E
-Prior to the meeting toured
Building A at Bradford High to deter- ASSORTED FLAVORS save soa18oz. I
mine what to do with parts of the ,
There's
building Supt. Tom Casey and staff never been a SUNSHINE I :
had determmted unsafe for student better time to vacation at BOTTLE 59C A'i' '320Z: 6geIAVI i iI

use After much discussion the board the Islander Beach Lodge. CHEEZ-IT 20C1 rLP""' BTL r\I
voted to close the north end of the
building, built In 1941, to use for the It's one of Central
next term. The board talked about Florida's finest Oceanfront I
having a work sessionm but set no Best Buysin(5roGerktt Best Bu fsin6rooerksIM /
I resort hotels. 150 luxurious
date, to determine whether to
r i demolish the building, save part of it, rooms, two pools, pycet wT 1.111Sunshine" 59t ........mum.mt nm "
or to renovate it. Problem is that the great dining and enter jve.ydoaw Saltines HI-C Fruit Drinks 99CUMIMlii Y PeJuntl!
state legislature has cut off school MM
building funds for next year and with tainment. All. .less thana ntdina Tomato Sauce O/'l// Nestle Chocolate Quick J279
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more programs being added the tankful Gas 10oz 'ofl.is.Dew, ""Hlht
space might be needed. The board away. Foamy Detergent 39 Kounty Kist Early June Peas 3/89c/ 240:
BOXES
decided it had readily available. Come onl!
no alternative, with no wy LOAVES
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close the least
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plant for use for the ROTC unit which ::
will have to ber moved out of BEACH LODGEOCEANFRONT CLEANSER CAKE MIXES PAPER PLATES ROLLS$ I
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Approved a $5,000 contribution, up 1\ ..'l- 1.01..Alla"lIo"RESORT ,... ..... 240 93* bw69cJ' bw'h ,_ 7ge SAVE 346 8 'l .
$500, to the Bradford-Union Guidance New Smyno Beach, Fla. :32069 CO TT PACKS
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I =' =a3e; Girl Scout News :'!I.- -, .

b Done .Caves you get a bucket full at a time. You f 1ra<
Congratulations: to M4-38U these put about a wash a b.*DotoreaMengCMidotonce Happy....y ::
Fly-ups: Rowland Taylor, additional your screen and I it in the flume Phone eel-a,15 Harold Wragg caM. >r..id Ma nth l:f
I Angela Adams Erika Symra Addison Then you look through the red:to ale T birthday July a. He and Ma wife '::1
and Nichols. Banks If you have anything. We mined for Bradford Ba&smantcrs will hold Congratulations to these highly Julia, came from St. Petersburg. that ".',
Rosa Camp less than two days. I found some little garnets, their July Tournament Friday night, qualified Bassmasters. We know each Sympathy Is extended to the weekend to be with their daughter'
weeks away and plans two moonstone and rutile One of my July 20, at Orange Lake. of you bas the ability to put togetherour famUy of Donald Roberta whose and family, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
are being counselors found a ten and three beat father, Dexter Roberta, died July 8 at Brunetti. That Sunday they attended
Tournament
for will
made this to be a fun week. The begin at S p.m. year yet. Best of luck to each
[ staff will be meeting Friday quarter garnet, a sapphire and a and end at 8 a.m. of you. the age of 64 after an extended UHMAS. the Baptism of Carolyn Rebecca!
morning small ruby. Another girl found pretty foster child of Mr and Mrs. RenardPer'ninl
at 10 at my home. If you have not big Boats will launch at Angels Fish
registered with me or council please We ruby. Camp on Cross Creek. It has been Better keep an eye on Earl,since he Hospitalized at St. Edward's Catholic ::
do it soon. started home on Tuesday morn- quite a white since we had a night Is the new treasurer, he might buy a Mr. Raymond Williams is making Church In Starke, performed by 'I
Rock-Hound Ing, stopping at ground which .la tournament on Orange Lake. supply Rat-L-traps addition to a satisfactory progress In Room 519 atGainesville's Reverend Father Martin Jung. Mr.
Trip
exciting for Julee Wise was really an Indian burial with an Fishing should be good at night this supply,of spots. Keep on plugging Veterans' Hospital He and Mrs. Brunetti' acted as god
Michelle eagle formed from has had heart for numberof
rocks at the top. problems a at the and assisted
be parents Baptism
Kimutis and Lenore Welty. This time of year on most any lake, Earl you will crowned
weekwe
When we got to Georgia's State years and underwent open heart at the Reception in the Parish Hall
of
have an interview with Michelle especially Orange, using top water Bassmaster the year at the annual
Park
as we for last week. WilliamsonIs
swam about
follows two hours, baits "noisy"This banquet. surgery Wilay following the ceremony. .
:
We went to Camp Chowenwaw, in ate and played miniature golf. tournament will end the 78-79 Just few tips. I hear those hawgs a medical patient in Room 480 at
Wednesday, July 4 we got back to Shands Teaching Hospital In Tranifrrred
all Bassmasters that around Bird Island for
Green Cove season so you are looking
Springs, on June 24, '
stay- Camp Chowenwaw Gainesville.Mrs.
In time
ing there until Friday, June 29. We That for lunch. are out of the top ten had better fish anything that makes a noise, from a Marine Corporal Donnie Slade and
loaded the bus and left at 8:19: night we had a fireworks hard so you can finish In the top tendOn bucket of shelled corn to a frog colored Josephine Fontaine entered his. wife, Brenda, left Tuesday by
the stopping display. Thursday we swam and did behalf of the club 1 would like to jitterbug.So Bradford County Hospital last Thursday automobile headed for California. He
at Georgia's Welcome
Center, crafts all day. Friday our for observation and treatment.Mrs. has been
for
parents assigned to duty the next
for extend a big thank you to (the Fishln'Shack
later stopping lunch
and for gas. picked us up. I really had a lot of fun for their kindness and you had better use a plowllne as Fontaine's son and daughter- three yean.
Finally we arrived at Georgia's Stone and plan to go back next year. sideration. con- you flip that yellow bellied jitterbug in-law, Mr. and Mrs Edward Fon
Mountain. Our campsite was on the taine of Connecticut
Oxford arrived
around.Also Lake
News
[ other side of the mountain where As each of you know, the FishuV Hampton
we to several
Saturday night
Shack gives to the winner of each over in Lochlooaa at daylight spend CongratulationsAnnette :
unloaded the bus and
and took our first hot shower.set up camp, Cub Scout News tournament a $25.00 gift certificate. around Johns Fish Camp those bass weeks with her. They brought along Bauldree and Thurman
The next They also give a$15.00 certificate to have been. hitting a 7 1/1 blue grape their son. Michael. Their daughters, Cuthins were married on June 18 at .
i I Helen, Ga. which morning Is we drove to July 14 was Physical Fitness Day the Bassmaster who lands the largest worm: JoAnne and Janet, have been with the First Baptist Church In Marianna. ;
Village. There a model Swiss for Cub Scouts. Aaron Davis bass during each tournament.We .', Bass Wishes, their grandmother for about one Her sister, Teresa, served as Maid of ,
wood, candy, leather are shops, for and candles, represented Pack 518 at Camp Bassmasters appreciate this .'.A'+ Neil Crawford month. Honor at the, wedding. Her
toys i.
many andbrother
Echsekotee William and Bauldree
We had lunch In Orange Park. He was very much.I Evelyn
more.until and shopped awarded a blue ribbon for first place understand the bass have been Billy, also attended the wed.
j Gregory's there about Ruby 2:15.Mine We in arrived Franklin at, winner in the pack for the 1979 year. biting at Crosby Lake around the Entries Invited For Keystone Arts Festival ding. Annette has been employed at

N.C., Saturday night. We met Mr. and Tuesday, July 10, the boys of Pack brush piles. The weather Is awfully the Jackson County Hospital I In
Mrs. Gregory and set out tents. 518 made hurricane lamps. In making hot and dry sQ I'm sure those bass Artists and craftsmen are Invited to Lakes PO Box 406, Lake Geneva, FL Marianna for the past year. Follow-
Then we went to the up flume where these lamps the boys earned credit are looking for cover. enter the second annual Festival of 32660 for an application. For information ing a wedding trip to Mexico Beach,
some people were mining, we asked toward their next award which will be New officers for the 79-80 year were the Lakes set Sept. 1 at Keystone phone Susan Cook, 473-2333, or Mr. and Mrs. Cuthins are making
them questions about mining. presented on July 20 at 7:30.: elected at the last meeting. Dale Heights and sponsored by the Janie Wedemeyer, 473-3614. Entry their home in Marianna.
The next morning we got made On August 13 the pack plans an Johns president,Edwin Johns vice- Chamber of Commerce and Junior fee Is $10.First Teresa and Billy Bauldree returned
up outing of a picnic, swimming, fishing home last week following three weeks
breakfast, cleaned and president/tournament chairman Woman's Club.Deadline second and third place rib
went to the
up
I flume. There was a pile of dirt and and hiking. These activities will also Donald Spencer secretary. Earl for entries is August 15. bons will beiven In the, following' visit with relatives and friends In
help earn awards for the boys. Muse -treasurer. To enter, write to: Festival of theROCK categories: oir painting, water color Marianna and Tallahassee. .

painting, acrylic and mixed media,
fiber art, pottery, craft, and other. Happy Birthday
First place winner In each category Mrs. Eugene' Meng celebrated her
will also receive a $50 cash prize. 22nd birthday with a decorated cake
A Best of Show award, to be decidedby and dinner at the home of her parents,
Our butchers expertly trim the Judges, of at least $200 will be Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown.
: AVAILABLE ONLY AT.. given to the top project In the festival. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and sons, '
.away extra fat leavihg only There Is an active Patron's Program Mike and John,visited their daughter
Look for this label for Beef
in which KH residents have and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. David
enough to make thats GUARANTEED! pledged to buy specific: dollar weekend.Wanner, in Orlando over the
amounts of the artists' works.
Judges will be Ken McMillan from Visiting the Francis Meng family I
FRESH VALLEY
the University of Florida and Joseph over the July 4th holidays were her 1
Sabatella dean of the College of Fine sisters, Frances and Evelyn Berres
always tender & juicy! Arts at UFoTwo and Sister Martina of Toledo, Ohio
They all enjoyed a chicken bar-b-que
'dinner along with Mr. and Mrs.
BEEF Russell Gilbert and Karen of .
Bpappl0 V "'" Men ConvictedOf Micanopy, Rita and Gerald Meng of -;
I t Gainesville and other 'amIlY"I. I
IT'S FRESH. Doe Killing mernbers. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn and ,
Two men were arrested June 30 for daughters spent several days last
the illegal killing of a doe at Camp week swimming, camping,and water
ILLIIYI.... AND..,MtCIt OOOO*.D..L.. 1ft TMMUE a ,+;t1 v Blanding. skiing at their Lake property.
E TU J0t IITs.QUANTITY MOHTH AIMMVID J1' ti
I i Randy and Bill Wilson, of St. Randy Scoggins took Mike, John
IQQO Augustine, felled the doe with .22 ri- and Chris Meng for a day of,tubing
down the Itchetucknee last Thursday
1 Iappl.I fle.They were fined$212 each;plus$100 Gerald and Tommy Meng. Larry
I each to replace the doe and sentenced Oglesby, Cordell an to 30 days In Jail by Judge Larry enjoyed a canoe trip down the Santa
Smith in Green Cove Springs. Fe River last Sunday
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Sadly our efforts to get team.pictures of all the youth baseball and adult soft .
4 ball teams'In the Starke Recr, aUo Leagues fell short so we can only apologize to r Ball Clubs
those teams we couldn't get id iMt year. Bradford,
We do have team pictures of the Brett and Jerry's Tigers. Bradford Furniture \ I
the Rebels and Lawtey Sonl *V and can publish those pictures after a team
'T member or coach drops by the Telegraph office and gives us names to go with the

faces.If other teams that were missed by our cameras can get together la uniformfor r, f 9I3rs(

"f l ; 'm.nt a picture-taking session please call the Telegraph to set up such a* appoint-

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Kneeling left to right.Ellise Johns. France Whitaker Shelba Whilaker,Glen- (
da Sutton. Selma Shouppe.
2nd row. I. to r.. Head Coach Vanls Rosier Ellen Arm ntrout. Vicky Sue
Anderson Marian Bryan Carol Coleman Coach Freddie Stephens
3rd row. L to r., Paula Anderson. Sandra Dul y. Janice Joeckel. Cheryl
Jacobsen. Not pictured Marilyn Morris.


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Lawtey Sonlcs Sapp. Tommy Crosby D.J. Rlddick Kirby Smith.
Kneeling. I. to r., Richard Alvarez Tony Hall Anthony WIlliam. Bruce Sim Top.1.to r.. Coach Randy Crews Billy Belts Clint Moore Clyde Sumner,Ron
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tall as himself and a Jackpot cash
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The annual timed Cloverleaf run is
David Rogers Paul Wetterer Jerome llowell. Charley Pate Sammy Marshall
the top event every year for Nor-'

Leroy Top.McRae.I. to r., Larry Lee Tyrone Parker, John Kaeslc. John Wright Lawrence theast riders, ,drawing only the top
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Wright. some 500 who competed in other
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theast Florida. The son of Bud and
Mets Marty Clemons of Hilbron Jeffry
Kneeling. I. to r., Jay Hayes, Steve Jones. Brian Sanders. rides with the Bradford Roping Club
2nd row.I. to r..Tony Davis, Michael Early, Doug Samons Dan Dully,Robbie one of nine Clubs In the Northeast
McGee. Fred Williams. Association. Another local boy took
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i Jackson Jerry Blalock. Eddie McGee. John Vallnskl. one received for his victory In the annual .
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Community Hie Numbet J9.38.CP """' .......,. bet been PMed end Docketed Jury dlonnce teloMpg lOa In the sBt pslt) .. or path
County: thenc '*o mV IN REt tfHUjfOf LEON. melted era required 3, 1979. Bo*.* ,. TA_*ed the Cmp ......
by Elizabeth G. Walker ..,*,4' Bast along on ARD CABAMt. Deceased WITHIN THREE MONTHS Carlisle, Clerk Orevft ehenshO Land Use WITNESS if f/ hand and
Phone 9M-44W3 meet at :3 p.m. You are Invited. Easterly prolongation of Court, Cloy County, Plan t. ".,.. that th* sod of rld. Court on
FROM THE DATE OP THC
Concerned Citizens Meeting: Pleasant Grove United Methodist the Southerly line of Mid NOTtCBOF Florida. lend currently classified. July 12 1979.OII.IHT .
I Church: The Young Adult Choir FIRST PUBLICATION OF RHrDCNTIAl and S. BROWN.
The; monthly South Qot Replal 1110.3 AOnMNNTftATIONTO WITNESS M y hand MIl RURAL
meeting of the Con-
corned ChitJe nl of Bradford County ,rehearse each Monday *t 7:80: p.m. feet: thence Nor TXf ALL NMONS HAV. THIS NOTICE to file tiny the teal of this Court on designated. by the plan Clerk. A* clerk of sold

Inc. will be held Thursday In Prayer Meeting each Wednesday at West, 2.53 feel for a INd CLAW/IB./ OR DE. objections lihey may July 3. 1979 a YELLOW. b* Court
July 28. 7:30 Each Thursday at 7:30 have thai challenge the reclassllled MOBIL eulah M. Moody.
the Cafeteria in R.J.E. Complex p.m. p.m. point of beginning, : MANDS AGAINST THE GEORGE f.. CARLISLEAs to By:
7:30. All at Bible Study. Sunday School only. 10 thence North ea's interested citizens and dent1 will. the qualification ; the of (Court Seal)
members 100 loot thence North PERSONS By: Owen .. Jetmer.A .BROV/N. property
are invited to attend. a.m.New Bethel Baptist Church : :2W West 100' fees; OTHER INTERESTED of th* personal Deputy Clerk BAPRY O. a BARBARA 7/19'tcht aIN "
THE
Representative Frank Williams Wednesday at 7:90p m of each week thence South BTSO East IN ESTATE: representative, or the 1/12.1113 M. WATTS, described' ..
will be present for the meeting The Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Sun 100 feet; hence South YOU ARE HEREBY venue or Jurisdiction of follows; BLOCK 6.
Input of the citizens is needed. day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship TV: East 100 font to the NOTIFIED that the administration the court. PARCEL 1371. LOTS 1.t,6: THE CIRCUIT' COURT
The self help program is In need of 11 a.m. All members are asked to at- point of beginning. fold of the ... All CLAIMS. NOTICE OFINTENTION I 7. IAWTCY WEST OP OF BRADFORD COUNTY.

volunteer workers or donations for tend the Fellowship of Churches at 3 land also being described tat of LEONARD CAR. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS RAILROAD.You FLORIDA
paint and tools to help with the 1m- p.m. at Mt Pisgah. Evening Worship a* a part of Let S, R.MA1TICE TEE ADAMS deceased.File NOT SO FILED TO REGISTER are further given Civil' Action No. 79-310
Number 79-38.CP. Is FICTITIOUS that of
around NOTICE a
provement the school. This 5:30 SUBDIVISION. WILL' Bf FOREVER BAR copy
will Improve the look of the communi p.m.First Born Church of The a* recorded In Deed pending In the Circuit RED. NAME laid proposed ORDINANCE lit ,. the tnofnOQtf Of
ty. Living Book F. Page 729 of the Court for Bradford County h) available for RUSSELL S. SCALE husband
Bible Dote of the first '
God Study at 6:30 publUcation
Friday p.m. Pursuant to Section at the and BlINDA SEALC.
aforesaid public records. Florida Probate DM- your' Inspection
Church New Tarrying Service each Friday 7:30: Subject, however, to Ion, ''th* address of of this Notice of 869.09 Florida Statutes Office of the City Clerk, wileNOTICE

Mt. Zion AME Church Youth p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning ... If any due for He which I.I Bradford County Administration. : July, 13 notice Is hereby given City Hall, lawtey OF ACTIONTO
Day Worship 11 a.m. YPWC 6 Even- 1979. th undersigned RUSSELL SEALS
p.m. 1979 at public outcry that Florida. :
will be ovserved year Courthouse Temple
Sunday beginningwith Ing Service 7 p.m. to th* highest and Avenue, Stark. Florida Maym A. Adam Gary D. 'rl.,. 2904 Each and every person ADDRESS UNKNOWNYOU
Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morn Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: best bidder for cash at A* Personal Reprsn- Northeast Tenth Street, having any Interest
ing Service 11 a.m. with Rev. Curry of Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Service the hour of 12:00: o'clock 32091. olive of th. Estate of Gainesville, Fla. 32601. whatever In th* enectmerit ARE NOTIFIED
Melborne preaching. The choir from II a.m. All members are asked to Noon on August" 21. 1979t The personal LEONARD CARTER doing business under. the of this proposed that an action for
Melborne will be the guest choir. attend the Fellowship of Churches at th* Front Door Entrance representative of the ADAMS. Deceased: firm name el "..,EII.S ORDINANCE should op- dissolution of marriage
Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. on Mt. Pisgah at :3 p.m. of the Bradford .slat I I. MAYME W. GEM JEWELRY. 109 I. pear and be heard at the has been filed and ,you

the grounds. At 3 p.m. there will be a The Sunday School Convention at County Courthouse at ADAMS whose address ATTORNEY FOil PERSON- Call Street, Stark. Fla. time and place prescribe: are required to serve a)

musical choir on parade. You are Invited Alachua Is in session July 1720. There Stark, Florida.' Is P.O. Box 1086. Slor...., AlIIE'RESENTATIVE'J.J.WOLBERT. 32091 Intendto ed.CITY copy of your written
are delegates attending from Greater Dated: July II. 1979 Florida 3209 .'The name JR. P.O. BOX register told fictions COUNCIL. defenses. I II any. tc It on
Church of God In Christ Sunday Allen Chapel. George R. Crosse, and address of the per. 1066, STARKg. FLORIDA name under the provisions CITY OP IAWTIY. petitioner' attorney,
School 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship United States Marshal anal representatives 37091: Telephone: ol olcresolditotute. FLORIDA whose name and address
11:30 a.m. YPWW 9:30: p.m. Evening Middle District of Florida attorney are set forth 904.964.5200 1tehg7/l9 Is J.J. WOLBtRT.
Worship 7 p.m. Bible Band Tuesday 7 Bernard $. Mclendon below. 7/12 atchfl 7/19 Gary D. Brier, owner JR.. P.O. Box 1086.
Dated this 28th day ol IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Starke. Florida 32091
p.m. Prayer and Pastorial Teaching Assistant United States Alt persona having
Friday, 7:30: p.m. Attorney, Attorney for claim or demands June A.D. 1979, at EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 964-S2OO on or before
Mt Morlah United Method' II __ Plaintiff' against the estate are IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Starke. Fl. OF FLORIDA, IN august 3, 1979. and file'
Church; Sunday School only. All MUST SELL 7/19 4tchg B/9 required WITHIN THREE OF CLAY COUNTY 728 4tchg 719NOTICE AND FOR BRADFORD. the original with the
clerk of this either
COUNTY court
members immediate delivery Liquidation MONTHS FROM THE FLORIDA
are asked to attend the
all new ail steel buildings. NOTICIOFINTENTION DATE OP, THE FIRST PUBLICATION Civil Action No. before service on petitioner's "
fellowship at Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. 6Ql108.! S2 25 per sq X.40x77x14 OF THIS 79-472-CA: OPAPPLICATION CIVIL ACTION attorney or Immediately .
Church.Mt. : II.93 enq.1t.Call Case No. 79-399 thereafter,
In the ol
PlHgah A.M.K. Church TO REGISTER NOTICE,to III. with the re marriage FOR ..
: Sunday Collect 1B043S72M9Century ,PAUL EDWARD' PAULK. AMENDMENT OP THE In Re: The Marriage of otherwise a judgmentwill
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Steel Bulldlnp FICTITIOUS NAME clerk of the above courta husband and BARBARA LAND USE PLANCITVOFIAW CHARLES f. WOOD. Hut- be entered for the
a.m. The Fellowship of Churches will -- Pursuant to Section86S.09. written statement of ANN PAULK. wife V.FI bond and SHIRLEY I. relief demanded In the
Florida Statutes, any claim or demand WOOD. Wile. petition.

notice Is hereby given they may have. Each NOTICE OF ACTION ORDINANCE NOTICI OP SUIT WITNESS my hand and
I LegalsUNITED that the undersigned claim must be In writing TO: BARBARA ANN An the Comprehensiveland amending NO PROPERTY the seal of this Court on

Warren Watmough. P.O. and .must Indicate the PAULK. Rout 1 Box 244, u.. Plan Element TO: CHARLES .. June 2S. 1979.
STATES DISTRICT BANK OF STARKE. ford County Florida Box 306. Waldo. FL basis for the claim the Bandy, Virginia 24602 and Mop by lawtey, WOOD. II Montgomery As Clerk. el the Court
COURT MIDDLE Defendants.' described as: 32694 and Jerome prod.sky name and address of the YOU ARE NOTIFIED Florida. In accordance Avenue, Tokomo Pak By, Virginia '. DarbyAs "

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVilLE. Port of the SE 1/4 of 1 P.O. Bon 209, creditor or hi* agent or that an action for with the local Government Maryland.YOU Deputy Clerk
DIVI. NOTICIOPSAtI SW 114 of NW 1/4 Section Waldo. FL 32694 doing attorney and the dissolution of marriage Comprehensive ARE HEREBY 6/28 4tchg 7/19

SION Notice Is hereby given 34, Township 6 business under th* firm amount claimed. If the has been filed, and you Planning Act of 1973 .. NOTIFIED that en action
that pursuant to a Sum South Ranye 22 East, name of "E/% Auto claim I If not yet due, the ore required to serve a provided far In Chapter for Dissolution ol Marriage
Court No. 79137ClvJM entered TELEGRAPHCEHTENHIAL
mary Judgment Bradford County kl..". P.O. Ion M. date when It will become copy of written 163 of the Florida has been filed
on July 10 1979 by tho Florida being more particularly Waldo. Fl 32694. Intendsto due shall k* stated. If. defenses, I four to It on Statutes.TO against you Charles E.

UNITED STATES OF obov. entitled Court In described a. register said fictitious the claim Is contingent orunliquidated petitioner' attorney, : All Cltlsens. To. Wood and you or* required .
the above styled cause. follow.: Commencing at and address to serve a copy of
whose
name under the provisions the nature name payers end other I Interested
AMERICA Plaintiff VS. the undersigned United the Southeasterly cornerof written defense. If
I. J.J. Wolbert. Jr., your
of ofor.soidstatute. of the uncertainty shall persons.You
States Marshal or any of Ih. plot of South Gate to It. on the plaintin's .
Esq.. P.O. Box 1066. and each of ,any
be stated. If the claim I I. you
GERALD F. BAKER and his duly authorised Replct as recorded In Stark., Florida 32091 on hereby and herewith attorney, whosename S'-
ore
wi'.. LINDA M. BAKER; deputies will sell theproperty Plat Book 3. Page 1 of Warren Watmough, secured, the security before MONDAY. and address Is
COMMUNITY: STATE situate In Brad th. public records of sold and Jerome Ird.kyloins ,-- shall be described. The or AUGUST 13. 1979. and given notice with In Florida'accordance George HPierce.. h. <1101'3

_. owners. claimant shall deliver file the original with the Statutes that the City quire P.O. Drawer 1030 ,-\1).1 *fl.
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Dated this 12th day sufficient copies SIOf.... Florida
clerk of this court either Council el lawtey 32091. '3 '\ .
July. A.O. 1979. a'5101r. claim to the clerk to and file the original' with fl.
PLYMPTON SIGNS before' service on petitioner's Florida will conduct a C
.... F1.1/12' 4lpd 8/2 enable' the clerk to mall attorney or Immediately public hearing at a the clerk of the above ,1i. .
one copy to each personal thereafter styled court on or before
; held
SIGN PAINTING MAGNETIC SIGNS e MOBILE SIGNS regular meeting at
.
ROUTED SIGNS *REFLECTIVE SIGNS SIGN KITS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT representative.All otherwise. a judgment 7:30: p.m. at City Hall August 20 1979: otherwise c.\.
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY person InterestedIn will be entered for the lawtey Florida on Monday a judgement may"
964.6511 FLORIDA PROBATE the estate to whom a relief demanded 'In the August 6, '1979, and ''be entered against you
DIVISION copy of,this Notice of Ad. petition will consider. an 0,. ,for the relief demanded


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AND EVERYTHING ON IT Mobile Home Park-IJ ocr. included B mobilehomes.. 944-6464 24 Hr. neighborhood nice,, terms S3 000 per acre. screened ,In ....... gore'.. large, utility room, living
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------ room, dining ream, family room e.. posed reed. 'hilewtey.
: Room for expansion Hampton area. 'J .. Great 'Investment Property '10 acres. on paved road In Teen Brick' home dn 3 BR frame en f.6 acres ., ,. ., :Ii.
Ralph' P. BryenReelter r fenced Includes BR house, 2 large utility buildings dead end street 3.BR -2 paved road. S13 800 terms. .-- ft..' .'I'I:' !\
.*..'20.W.Y" MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS fo both LR. DR FR almost DIAMONDS IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD :
IBvenlngs o..d.hook v '; >. obl''. home. Only! 14.700. per acre ' I. Douglas 1,1' ac,. Hwy 100 GoodJocatlcuV.: Good! terms. .. new. large 42 acres .Inside city FINANCED .
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Ir.k.r-$elesm.nREAITO Hompl lot : ..4' .etl. %,; ; Two-fiery. CB tome 3 BR and bah plus upstairs' on frame home In good condi :34 greet *cre* $1619.n ecre
Phoa. ,... ." ,\1j; nice, tree shaded acre lot. Close In, S2S.OOO. large Brick Hem on SR 16 tion. 9 foams. T bo SO 6 acres Orlffls Loop 11100. acre < I ,
We have other lots with" h 'low down poymrnB !" "" ,v< "' West. 3 BR. 112 bath LR. 13 acre 391 4 Merge Rd. FINANCED, ::
Oevld Drol/Asseclete 'V, Den pool pecan trees, nice gardenspace
Lhiypuymgnts. FR Swimming
Phofte 4..1225 eo'IO Beeutlful. ...,... on Silver lafc. m Bradford Co.Jt 3 rental mobile -those .-
? fenced back yard, PROFITS wW I be derived hem "Investments
VhU '- Associate Wl DO APPRAISALS "_Rf I q Covered,Htock. Ready to enjoy1 and priced to. move I homes, t extra ,hookup 3 Country Out .lets SS.SOO. <.
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tt c *>.< *,' ; j ". ," Wm/C' Powell!1. Jr. Keg. R.e.: ? Broker.,..,. rooms. -end----nice--lot.-..- .- ... OFFICE, Lewtey Tur d let 17.400 tetra Hampfen.. Oaks Y FINANCED. j
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ROTARY MOWERS Phone Fuze ua 7f33M Tarry mother, Mrs. Lucille f.. IVy' and
4 cutting Kif, hitS Denise Kraft, of Blue Springs, brother-in-law and suit, Mr. and
S HP 'riQ9' A Stroll** ,.f,Plant Stand Church Activities Missouri, spent Tuesday until Thurs- Mrs. D.R. Brown mpy All of
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S Panel. m."",... Ki.tlU plant/ stand !. featured Day Yard Sale was held by the United of Mrs. Wilbur Waters the Masonic! Lodge on Saturday night
and .bld, ....ntr.U : in a WalnuHminMllh. performance Methodist Women from Grace United regret to learn that she is a surgicalpatient Deepest sympathy of the communi- .
e fquippt. with .11 I.' \ 16"W i 16"D 31"M. I Televisionperformance' II Methodist Church Saturday July 7, In North Florida Regional ty Is extended to Mr and Mrs Jack
...,,,....,,,,."....... ....., from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The total sales Hospital. Gainesville. Our prayersare Bates of Starke, due to the death of
'.0''''.. 9 88 I were approximately$77.00. with her. Mrs.James Waters,and his brother Kenneth Estes. of Tenn.
:, owe We would like to notify the public her daughter-in-law.Mrs.J.S. Waters Barry Gnarl spent last week visiting ,-
that the Thrift Shop is open every visited her last Sunday. his aunt, Mrs. Veleita. Lovelace, of :
Saturday from 3 to 5 p.m. Any donations Mrs. Linda Hearn and her Gainesville.Miss .
n { will be greaUy appreciated. daughter, Crissle and Miss Denise Glendd Sandy, of Bridgeport,
v ,: TELEVISION Rev Don Love will be leaving for Kraft are spending sometime with W.Va., is spending sometime with her
I summer studies at Emory University their mother, Mrs Bernice Koontz, of uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. O '.
rtyq 19" Portable Color T.V. Atlanta Ga., Sunday night at 7:45: Starke. Vlcula. and Vickie.
Y a/Itw.n.I.a( ....4.d..f molly) p.m.The Choir will present a summer Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter Mrs. Lynn Rogers, Charles and
r e "Automatic! ] fin pictu. tut $3993 concert. Nancy and her mother Mrs. Doss Hig- Jeff of Jacksonville, spent Sunday
tuning
ginbotham of Maxville, were with Mrs Jacqueline Line and I
Personals i business visitors to Jacksonville on daughter, at the home of her parents .
r Mrs. Darlene Norman and sons, Friday afternoon. They visited her Col. and Mrs. Bill Wilson. :..
Mrs. Elsie Norman and Mrs. Ruth sister, Mrs. O.J Anders and Miss Mr. and Mrs Robert Starling and ;..
Fashionable Grlffis and daughters went to Elizabeth Terry on their way back to son David, of Jacksonville were Sun-
$299 ?.? Seaworld on Monday. Maxville on Friday afternoon.Mr. day dinner guests of their parents*
a to Miss Arthurlne Blanchard was a and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. .
v Etageret hostess for her sister Miss Enza Blan- Saturday with their brotherinlawand and Mrs. John Brown of
chard's 9Ut birthday party on Thurs- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Van- Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
a day in the dining hall at Baker County zant, of Callahan. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling
Nursing Home, at Macclenny. Her Mrs. Elsie Norman arid her grandchildren .
r birthday was on July 15. but that Jim. Kenneth and Kevin Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Godwin, of
wasn't convenient with nursing homeso Norman and Miss Mary Ann Lyons Gainesville, spent Sunday afternoon .
it was held on Thursday July 12. went to Bush Gardens, Tampa, on with their rother-in-law and sister.'
.......,- Several of the patients and other help Wednesday. On Thursday they and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice.
I were present. Others from Lawtey Miss Kim Brown went to Wild Watersat Mrs. Shirley Newport and
Room were Mrs. Sidney Hansen, Miss Ocaia. They' spent the day at daughters, of Orange Park visited
5,000 BTU Dorothy Sawnbom,' and Miss Strickland's Landing on Friday with their friends Mr. and Mrs. l.es Me-
( Air Conditioning w Elizabeth Terry, Rev. and Mrs Don Miss Kim Brown, and Andy and Dale Clellan Friday afternoon. They
.i. AdUtlable| I petition" trtetme-- I !L r C Love and family, of Grace United Norman.We tended the Softball Tournament ".
llat 7 cooling tpeedv J tan Methodist Church were also present, are very happy to report that day night at Lawtey.
", ..d. Built-in handle' EER 6 0 I and sang several songs with guitar Mrs. Daisy Boch, was able to return Mr. and Mrs. Les Mct'lellan at'l',
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music, which was enjoyed by all. All home to be with her mother Mrs. grandson Paul McClellan of
+f Ttf>xrtjrv: $2199.5 ., songs were real good but the Nellie Wilkinson, and her niece, Miss Ga., spent a week at Safari
V highlights were the one. by the Lynn Whaley, from St. Vincents pgrounds at Alachua. Other guests in. ,
8,000 BTU Room a I sl 'r children. Miss Blanchard served cake Hospital, Jacksonville on Sunday eluding their grandson. Randall Reddish I'
Air Conditioning ...- -'rA 1 and Ice cream for refreshments. afternoon. Her son and wife Mr. and of Starke were Wednesday and
AdUttoble| II 1 pe.lllenhernia- mar J," {(& l' Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crap e Sr., Mrs. Lynn Boch and daughter, and Thursday guests. Thursday afternoon :;
ttate EER 6 Rennevoblt, washable and Mrs. Michael Crapse Jr., attended Mrs. Danny Luke, of Starke, were Mrs. Margie Reddish and Johnny j;
fillet 2-ioeed fan for Los r 1 ) the graduation exercises for their their dinner guests on Sunday. Lynn Tomlinson, of High Springs On Friday
looting or night limt quite I.. 1, son and husband Michael Crapse Jr., Boch went after her. Mr. and Mrs Robert McClrlUin
1 1 5 valtl in Fort Jackson S.C. They left here Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and and son Jeff, joined them on Friday I
during the night on Saturday and his daughter. Angela, spent the long and all enjoyed swimming lots arid
$279?.? graduation will be on Monday morning weekend with relatives in Charlestonand returned home on Sunday afternoon. .J
Featuring worm oak simulated Finish at 10. Summer-vine S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of
with sculptur d-look shelf Mrs Esther Mason, of Jackson- Miss Teresa DeVore and Mrs. Linda Ellisville spent Sunday afternoon
--J a / 'D'H F .! u ?In pods. ville, visited Miss Arthurine Blan- DeVore and daughter, Angela with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
7----: : "16 chard on Sunday morning enroute to spent the weekend with their brother Harold Eunice. I
'SATELLITE"a!!,.II: .,O t relatives in Sanford and Kissimmee.Rev. and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John
i. \ 14" Circulator Fan 12" Oscillating Table Fan and Mrs. Don Love and family DeVore, Jr., and son Scotty of Atlanta -
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,./ r '1";: 2-Speed telf lacking pivelSafety visited one of their former church Ga. O!
I. 'r" ,..I guard snapopen for 3-Speed. 90 osclllslonCooling .,... members Ray Monroe, and his Mrs. Wayne'! Gustafson and I
sly blade' cleaning 5 yr.limited the Grill remove! lor eeie 'In cleaning' parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Monroe daughter Kris of Charleston S.C. SERVICEMEN
blades. Built-in' '
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warranty en meter Sr., of Thursday afternoon. Their son spent a week with her parents, Mr.
r ..:;' $ has graduated from Florida State and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris. M/Sgt.Tommy Kaulerson J
$6 995 3 995 University of Tallahassee, and he Friends of Mrs. Selma' Eunice Master Sergeant, Tommy II, '
"' will go to University of Texas. He is a regret to learn that she Is a patient in Raulerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.11zal
;;; devoted United Methodist.He plans to Bradford County Hospital. Our. Kaulerson of Route I, Camp Blan- t;!
IN AT YOUR FRIENDLY study the Energy Problem in the prayers are with her. ding, has arrived for duty at San Vito p.
:_ Nuclear Fission Department. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Branam of Del Normanni Air Station.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley and Jacksonville, and Mrs. Wallace Par- Sergeant Raulerson, a supply
128 S. Walnut Starke Ha family, who have been living with rish, of Palatka, were weekend guests management superintendent, was
964-5289 t: their mother, Mrs. John Tye Sr., for of Mrs. Bobbie Gnann and children. previously assigned. at llurlburt !
.off" several weeks moved to Jacksonville Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe Field Fla.
July 6 to make their permanent home. Stock Car Races at Lake City He is now serving with a unit of the :1
Mrs. Doris Barbour and son Jesse Speedway on Saturday night. United States Air Forces in Europe ir
and her cousins Mrs. Linda Hearn Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith, ofJacksonville The sergeant is a 1961 graduate of t.
,, and daughter Crlssle and Miss spent Saturday with her Bradford High School. Starke.. "'Ia.
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van unveiled In Miami July 12 will dows can reduce air conditioning ,,
carry energy conservation displays costs by as mueh as*4 percent. ',,,'I
throughout Florida Power Light Co.'s Purchase and installation,0$20 )
Y 35-county service area. to |2S water insulation ,blanket could -
The unit Is available free of charge save the average family about 19 a
for appearances at home care year;
centers, shopping centers, home 'Spending a few cents for a washerto "
shows.county or local fairs, com- repair a dripping hot water faucet
munity or school events and similar may save up to$2 a month. 1
places. Arrangements can be made tlBD11 PI$1
through FPL division offices. "A number of the displays show do- k ,
Displays in the van illustrate why it-yourself projects," said Joe Collier : .
Americans need to save energy and director of FPL's Marketing antiEnergy irVI \ '. ,;: ''i ","
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where energy dollars are spent in a Conservation Department. < V : ,',I. ().1tft;:: '
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Air conditioning costs can be cut 8 blll.o" j j',.
Florida Power & Light employee percent for each degree the themostat 1X' 1 I .
shows the company' new van that Is raised; '''. '.', ,t
I will carry energy conservation 'Proper attic insulation can lave Reservations for the van must be
diM pia)', throughout their 33-county one-third or more on annual cooling made at least three months in advance

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Market Certificates July 19 90 Days to 1 Yr.- 5%% "Cobble"field Dedicated in Laivtey

Thru July 25 10,000 Min. 1 Yr To 30 Mo. % .The sign for Lawtey's new ball field Is held up by Ed allowed Cobble Field to be ready for night games during

Investment 30 Mo.To 4 Yra.- Crews president or the Lawtey Dixie Youth Association: tournament.
James "Cobble" Wainwright who the new Lawtey ball "Yesterday we didn't have the lights ready, the fence
They Are Subject To 6 h 96 field was named after,and Buddy Paterson a prime mover wasn't up the concession stand wasn't In...Mr.Wainwright
Penalises, Money 4 yrs. 7.6% la the building of the new facility. came by and a.ked"ow It was going told him everything
"There's no way I can express what Mr. Walnwrlght's we had left to do and before I knew it be had a crew of his
Withdrawn Before assbook done,what he's let his men do for Lawtey-for our Dixie work men over all day long getting the field ready." Paler-
Maturity'Draws Youth Association and for others In town"Crews: said In a son said. "He's been like that every time we've needed
Regular : rate ceremony officially naming the field between Friday night him."
games of a Lawtey men's Softball tournament.Wainwright "Even though the the field's In rough shape and not yetis
Passbook i the superintendent of Lawtey COI'I'edloaaiIMUtullon. nnl.hedl'm proud of il.and I know the Youth
Rate Less 51f470 Paterson a former P.E. Coach at Lawtey Elementary Association Is proud of It." Paterson said Fray night.
added that only last-day work by Walnwrlght's work crew The sign was donated by LWCI Inmates.
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the counties.In The same fate awaits the $305,194 Shuford asked. Budget entries grow
Tuesday night's session the budget up $22.184, of Sheriff Dolph like a cancer Shuford said. Once an
board heard requests for an additional Reddish which becomes law August 1 item Is penned into the budget it just
2,700 for home care for the without board approval. Sheriff Red gets larger every year.
-In Hours FARMERS & DEALERS Walk-In Bank H,.. elderly In addition to the$ it has dish has agreed not to appeal his
Drive Homemaiser's
been paying to the Pro budget and to take his proportionalshare
For Ypur Convenience 0:00 To 2 gram. Mrs. Peggy Barnett said the of any cuts that have to be School Dollars......
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BAal K additional $2,700JWould be used as 10 made.
7:15: am. To 4:00: pm. Mon Ttturs Thurs percent matching funds to obtain a The commission is looking at a from p|g.' I'
$30,000 grant from the Agency on Ag- deficit budget, Farnsworth warnedthe
7:19 a.m. To 8:00: pm. Friday Ot lase sutt.r" 9:00 To 2:00 p.m. Inll. board members There be $l ,391, transportation $183,092. student
may
Main St.
Closed Sat. 396 W. 4:00: p.m. To 0:00 p.m. Fri.Closed The additional money would be us- carryover to help out,but if the safety development services $46.496,
496-2101 Member FDIC ed to: l) hire a second home health margin is spent this year It won't be improvement funds $64,790, compensatory
Sat. I aid, 2) transportation for the elderly available, the board agreed. education $101,226, textbooks -
3) to pay volunteer driven at 17 cents $57,662. and public education
per mile, and 4) for respit care for Choice is to cut this year's budget, bond money $253,135.
persons unable to care for themselves which would help out that much on Gov Graham vetoed some $105,000
for a short period of time after being next year's budget, or to finance this the school system would have received
released from the hospital. year's deficit out of carryover. in other funds, Supt Casey said.
Tha,board also heard Fire Chief Shuford served notice he wanted all Trend is state school funding Is
Harry Green explain that the $3,000 the increase the law allows this yearIf toward more weight for lower or
increase in his budget is to operate a I the board is unable to trim expenses special programs Supt. Casey says.
The Dffice Shap new fire station at New River. The back to match Income. Shuford said With the increased value of the FTE
.. Station house Is being built there and he wasn't about to get In the situation unit there is also more money being
the truck has been obtained. The Fire which caught up: with the board in put into basic programs.
Deparment will borrow $5 000 to put 1977 when It had to raise taxes 2.754 Weights vo-tech
with the$2,000 it has raised i to get the mills to pull Income up to meet expen many programs
have been reduced in recent ,
) 10 W Call St. Starke, Florida 064-5764 rr; "':!" New' River station' built and ditures. Shuford made It plain he the biggest source of mlscing years funds .
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.', -;f" their tank last Friday dwfeg annual All are members of BatteryA to when fired,
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!>u$1 active-duty training at Camp Blan of the 2 SU> Artillery BatUUlon in shell did apparently
explode
but the
ding last Friday, June 13, accordingto Palatka.
hit
because the primer cap was just
Col. Frank Persons at the St.
Lashley and Neeley were treated right when it fet, Col Persons said.
.. Augustine headquarters and released from the hospital Fri
Y two Smiths are due to be The tank was on the flr.lng; rang*
.; 4 + g'gt.Tommy Klnard received the released from the hospital this week. when the freak accident occurred.:
The shell fell from a 4-shell clip that
.lJ the men were attempting to load Into

7I Wendy's Hamburgers To Build In Tuck'sshe the gun CoI Persons said
a {.i

The old Tuck's Drive-In on. south didn't know when they would start The 265th is currently Is its second

: Wb U.S. 301 will be replaced by a new building,but noted that the trees were week of active duty training at Camp
SI,. fast-food palace Wendy's Old being bulldozed down.A Blanding along with an artillery battery
Fashioned Hamburgers. spokesperson for Wendy' In from New Mexico and the 181st
I Jacksonville said construction will MP Company out of Miami. The

Mrs. Annette Stewart sold the property begin within two months,after a store Florida National Guard Military
to Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers they're building Palatka Is finished Academy, both the Officer Candidate
a for$60,000. Mrs.Stewart said School and a Non-Commissioned Of
ficer's Course The contingent train-
1 ing this week totals from 700 men, Col
TELEGRAPH CENTENNIAL Persons estimated.


., Another large group of Over 2,000

d k V't ; men, the Alternate Command Group
-- form Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Is
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IlJl; : d ? July and the first week of August.


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Then six men employee of Florida State Prison, t V 1e T .}

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burglaries were cleared up I INWNTUKYPEPSODENT
with the arrest of 20-year-old lUcky

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charges of grand larceny and petty GRAPE JELLY TIMEBANDWATCHES.
theft of Elegant LCD digital frJi
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fighting OS-ounce. displayed' brilliantly i .. y
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lieu of $7,
at lie a later was date arrested in connection with I ,_b r DETERGENT OOA OFF PRICE REGULAR

burglaries of Carl Hurst's Shell Service 69.. yTife* Softens hands 22-ounces.
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burglary of a firearm and burglary. Q 12-hour relief.fe TUMBLERS REQ $479PUMPADRINK
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Post 202 Wraps Up ,Playoff Berth; ::1. M;t 01J1I1IV fselbne

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Is Headed for, Montreal Tournament** The Union CountyMONITOR aseh.ro.a

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With a spot in the league playoffs on walked and scored on an error but to tie the game at 2-2 and Mark .i QJeh: TIMES'"
the line Keystones Post 202 baseball that was aU the runs KH was to Pridgen slapped a one-out ftngl gr
club came through with eight wins In muster. through the right side to score Shawn :
10 starts last week to clinch a spot In Holly Hill tied the game In the second Prichard with the game-winner.'Both' COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
the "second season" playoffs and when an error allowed a run to Honour and Prichard had walked. SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD ".
MONITOR
make this weekend's baseball trip to score. Then In the third HH'a Newt Keystone scored its first run in the COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE REGION 1'1.'\ '"
Montreal a vacation Nicholson unloaded a three-run fifth to break a scoreless tie Toby July 19. l7t !
The Keystone-based team made homer to make it 4.(). Dillow went all the way to third as UK '.'\
sure It won't have any playoff worriesto Post 202 got only four nits In the mishandled his bunt and then scored
mull over In Montreal as it increased game with Kenny Clark a perfect on Prichard's sacrifice fly.Two Holly rI
Its North Florida League record to three for three and Bob Hemme 12. Hill runs in the sixth gave the threat I
1S-9 after starting the week*7-7 with Near NNI. I.4Ua..rw of a sweep but KH's last-ditch rally .. -. .. ", -- swmsul g'If9

serious playoff doubts. The Post 202 M/M1P.4I made Clark Stovall a winner for the : .... ,;:
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sixth time this season. The lefty fanned "
eight while allowing just five!,\ hasp
hits:
Keystone also had just five safes! !\.
with Honour going 2-3 and. Prichard:
a 1-1 with two walks. Bob.,fl lemmf'wqi]
1-2.and Pridgen 1.., I '! d
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'. switched from Holly HIM fef.ter'atalfli( '
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71 t ? out last week < '
iMX".i .I.Il In the opener Grady ttt Jir' da,
three hitter to beat Newt N fchola h'r .
four-hitter Holly Hill led.early with a..
wild pitch run in the, 'third but I r, I IJ'1
Keystone scored twice in the fourth to I
take the lead. Keith Northrup doubledIn I
Chuck Dickinson who had singled;
and Kenny Clark, who had walked.'


NORTH riORIDA UAGUI STANDINGS I"i

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Jacksonville Past 233 14-S
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Holly Hill Ml Union County All Star swamp Allen" Jones after his two run homer tied their More with Lake City at 2-2,

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Jackonvlllo Port 113 'II '
I On deck batter Mark Pridgrn welcomes Post 202 teamate Sam Slbley at home Lak Clty 'J 1 J..t.'? '?' t11Palatka S-U., ,,
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during Keystone's sweep of Lake City Saturday night .'.. J-JO '.KH: Starke 1-1 ; Union Eliminated


contingent was to leave early. In the second game Keystone came &t ,<.< ,. ',, 'I/ijjf/!
Wednesday morning to catch a back with two scores in the bottom of more an PK. 5It.:;:'.:9!ii

Thursday Canada-bound morning.jet Their out of first Tampa tour- sweep.the seventh to spoil HH's hopes for a I *. '. \\' ] After Tuesday's Major All Star Play ":

nament game in the 16-team Tournoi Tommy Honour. scored on an errorKeystone's -

International in Montreal was set for \fter Tuesday night's play In the Shane Johnson had other hits for the decided In the last Inning as G'vllle II
Thursday night with the team due to Area Dixie Youth Major League All Starke 11-12 year olds. erased a 4-2 UC lead in the bottom of
return Monday. The 15 teams other Star Tournament In Middleburg Keystone's loss to Middleburg was the sixth inning. Jones had unloaded
than Post 202 entered in the tourneyare Greek Keystone Heights and Starke were a nightmare. After two scoreless Innhis second home run of the game and
Canadien ballclubs. still alive In the double elimination ings the tourney hosts tallied four third of the tournament to break a 2.2
After returning from their trip Wins PGA tournament while Union County's runs In the third, two in the fourth, tie. Timmy Jackson was on board
Keystone will have just two regular Golf team was gone after two close losses. and then 11 in the fifth to end. the with a double when Jones belted his
season games left. Jacksonville Post Keystone opened play in the game early four-bagger.
233 comes to town Tuesday, July 24. 15 year old'Steve Greek of tourney Monday night with an 8-2 win KH left the bases loaded in the first Earlier Allen had ripped a solo shot
for a 6 p.m, doubleheader. 233 cur- Keystone, a junior-to-be at KITS, won over Starke before being drilled by Inning in their best chance to score to tie the game at 1-1 Ricky Brown ofT
rently Bits in second place in league the prestigious Florida Section PGA powerful Middleburg 17-0) Tuesday -- -
standings (behind Deland) but second Junior Golf Championship last night. Starke came back Tuesdaywith r
place and( the trophy that goes withIUls weekend,fire 10-11.) a 4-1 win over Gainesville I to
) not yet out of reach of Keystone, Greek a 75-73-149 to win the stay alive Union County dropped
,which had an overall mark of 28-18-1 14-15 year old division of the state- from the eight-team tournament
as it headed for Montreal. The league wide tournament over runnerup Ron despite the heroics of Allen Jones,
tournament is scheduled for Friday McCann of Orlando ((74-77-151)) and who busted three home runs in the
Sunday July 27-29 at the home fieldof some 105 other junior golfers com- tw -'games. Lake City UC 5-2
the regular season champs.The top peting at'the Greenleaf Golf and Tennis Monday night and toped II.
four rgu.faF. rfpif"Tt 'i>*:lr"IJ*rv;will: ,i Resort at Cypress Gardena. __' came( from behindJuJthe inning ... ,
compete In the double, eliminationevent The KH golfer was two strokesdown to eliminate Union 5-4 Tuesday night.
for a single berth in the state after the first round as he had to and Starke were to play
American Legion Tournament. scramble with a wild driver for his 76. .., losers Keystone bracket games Wednesday "
In a better second day Steve night at Middleburg'a Omega Park
Kit 1-3 Holly Hill 4-2 (Mon) straightened out his tee game and Victories would have moved them In- }
The home run hitting visitors from putted and chipped well to overtake to games tonight, Thursday July 19, ,aa, r xr;
near Daytona Beach stopped a five McCann. He made a 25 foot putt for in the tournament scheduled to close
game Keystone winning streak with par on the 13th hole and then droppeda out Saturday The winner of the Area ..
their 4-1 win in the opener but Post 202 50 footer for birdie on 14 during his event moves on to the State Tourna- '
came back to earn a 3-2 seventh- stretch run for the victory. ment in Winter Haven. '
inning victory in the nightcap Mon- Greek will compete again in top- In Tuesday's play Starke beat :: :
day,giving them a three games to one flight junior competition July 24-25 Gainesville I 4-1 behind the three :
edge in the doubleheaders played in when the International Peewee Golf hit-12 strikeout pitching of Gerald
Keystone Sunday and Championships come to Orlando. 15 is ",., '
Monday. Brown. The locals took an early 3-0) ..,
In the the maximum for the tournamentso Steve Greek brought the Florida "
opener Keystone Toby age lead in their first up. George Levasser .: : :
Dillow, the losing pitcher, gave It will be Steve's last chance in the PGA 11-15 year old golf title back to walked. John David Francis reachedon
himself a 1-0) lead in the first when he International Peewee's. Keystone last weekend. and Irons "I' r t.. : ..
a fielder's choice Marty -- -- "- ------------ --- -- ;-
n. .un singled in the first run of the Inning.. Gary Tyson of Slarke hushes out an Infield single against| Keystone in IV:Major -
Brown then delivered a two-RBI All Star play,
,single.Gainesville.
scored once in the
'yip rt'lIJIElImm1 eaalll fourth. Brown completed the scoringin Richie Vey. Allen Thompson, Mark UC nearly hit his team's third homer
the sixth when he walked and Hardee. and Terry Marvin all had of the game when he boomed a single
scored when Gainesville booted Gary base hits in the frame. off the fence.
Tyson's grounder. Robert Carver and Union's Tuesday night loss was Two catches near the fence by
Ilfln" _'T"a"n"helpcdUnionhrrldlheFlorida !
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PRCESiIIERBSALE lead before the Gainesville team wed .
a two run Hit and an Hill single off
) Bank at Starke Jones to win In the sixth.
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UC was beaten 5-2 by Lake City
-. Monday night, Jones smashed a two
:as f run homer off a car well past the left
field fence in his first at bat to tie the

?- +r fUI / People Are Serious About Their base.game at 22. Sammy Mclmton was on

Lake City pitcher Carlos Wilson
held Union in check the rest of the

Money Florida Bank Is, Too! way Jamie to Whitehead win a pitcher's duel against

The Keystonc-Slarke game was
close in the base hit column but not on
: the Scoreboard as KH made the most
r We Offer You of its seven hits
w .. .,. the&2 win.
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A four run fourth inning put the
game away as Brian Ktcrts doubled
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% and Mark Hardee followed with a
towering two-run home run. Keystone
had scored twice In the first on singlesby

On Money Market Certificates Of Thompson. Everts, and Shawn
Porter. Starke came back with a run
in the first when Brad Brown singledin
$10,000 Or More. Robert Carver who had reached. on
an error.
Rate equals average yield on months Treasury Billsin KH made It1 In the second arf

latest weekly auction. Certificates issued for 182 Steinmetz and Frankie Geisenburg
scored after getting base hits. Starke
days ((26 weeks). Interest Rate 9.255% issued from July closed the gap to 4-2 with a run In the

V The Line Up And Make An Offer..... 20, 1979 thru July 25, 1979. This is an annual rate and frame third. George with a double Levasser but was started thrownout the

is subject to change renewal. Federal Regulations at third. Carver then singled and
Irons doubled him home.
You'll Save prohibit 'the compounding of interest by any financial Marty In the bottom of the fourth inning

Uundreds'OfDollars institution during the term of, this deposit. ''''*': ,' Gerald Brown Gary Tysc.i.and Tony
J Diggs all had base hits for Starke but
NO1K::: On all certificate .. If certificate U aided In Winning pitcher Richie Vey workedout
If You Buy Now; before maturity a substantial penalty I III required. of the jam.
Shane Johnson had the other Starke
base hit
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. Women's "B", !JVIen's Church Tourneys Open Post-Season U r J 11- Last Chance


The first of the post-season men's and as the Gainesville city league tough Gainesville tame 10. Lorelei received the lint round
and women's Softball tournaments champ are the favorites this year. The top two teams in the double-

open for area teams this weekend Last week Continental ran throughthe elimination Sub-District Tournamentmove bye.play continues Saturday morning ..BuddyColUnga LBbSirmones: '
with the Women's Class "B" Sub- Dominos Women's Invitational at on to the District Tournamentin at 9 a.m. with Lorelei meeting theDominosAthletlcs for
District opening at Starke's Westslde Starke with Drill Tech second so those Deland July 2729. 'I winner and is

Field Friday night, July 20. (ending two teams are also darkhorses. The Opening games Friday night have scheduled to continue through a 9 j'
Saturday) and the Men's Church Sub- host city's entrants-the Dominoswho the Domino's playing the LC Athletics p.m. finals game with the last game!
District being played In Lake City all ( were 20-1 In league play this at 7 p.m., Ways de- acDonalds 'Versus set for 10:30: If necessary.

day Saturday. July 21. year) and Florida Bank (15-6 league Drill Tech at 8:30. and Florida The eight entrants in the men's ,
Local entrants in the women's "B" against the Bank testing Continental Waters I.:'
record) are long-shots at church tournament will be playing on 'Sport Editor
event are the Dominos and Florida two fields In Lake City to finish up In ,
Bank the top two finishers in the one day. Entrants In the field besides T01 UlIllllllL JI I. '
Starke Women's League Entered In G'ville West Knocks Starke Dixie Boys Out the Starke teams are Gainesville's .
the church Sub-District are Northside
Wesley Methodist Ridgevlew Bap
Baptist Church and Kingsley Lake Gainesville West scored all of Its outclassed down there." said Coach tist and Highland Presbyterian and ".'.. going 10.I"elt all I've got this year to go out big 1 know this M".y Us

Baptist the top two placers In runs in the fifth Inning and knockedthe John Ramsey.In Lake City's Church of God. Latter year. college football and want It to be my best year."
Starke's church league. Starke All Stars team out of the Wednesday's game the locals led Day Saints and Calvary
Temple.
Other entrants in the seven-team Area Dixie Boys (age 13-14) Tourna- 2-0 before Gainesville West's big Inn- Wesley Methodist Galneville's The speaker at the other end of a long distance line to Florence.Alabama was
women's"B" tourney at Westside are ment in Gainesville with a 7-S win last Ing. In the bottom of the first Randy league champions and Rldgeview Curtis Sirmones.the 1978 Union High School graduate who Is entering Ms senior

Lorelei.Continental Waters and Drill Wednesday night. July 11. Parado tripled In Scott Hudson who the defending Sub-District kings rate, season at the University of North Alabama in Florence. The Fall of 1979 will be
Tech of Gainesville and Wayside- The loss dropped the Starke team had reached on an error. In the third as pre-tourney favorites although the final chapter In the book on Curtis Sirmones college football career-a book

MacDonald's and the Lake City out of the six team-double elimination Kenny Davis singled stole second Northside. which fashioned a perfect that might already be a best seller except that some pages are missing. Like
Athletics of Lake City. Lorelei took tournament with an 0.2 record after a took third on a passed ball and scored 14-0 Starke league record lacks no the pages telling the tales of the last five games of his 1978 Junior campaign.!
second in the Sub-District tourney Tuesday night setback to Clay Na on a suicide bunt by Craig confidence. _
last (behind Chestnut and tional. Sapp to Ill seven Clay then Sirmones was rolling really rolling d ;.,..: I.\>'
Dorsey's year which Is now an "A" club), "The boys played well we just got loose for run inning. Three "We're expecting to win it." stated for the Lions In'7$. Midway through the ,:1'1
singles a walk a hit batsmen and NS Coach AI Coston. season UNA was 4-0-1 and their k 7RT

three costly errors brought home the Kingsley Lake came on strong at workhorse tailback from Lake Butler
Clay runs before Hudson who relieved the tall end of the Starke Church was number two In the country among

Thn L E3' Pi3 awOD Parado in the Inning could douse season finishing 11-4 with a second small college running backs with a 129.8
the rally. place playoff win over Hope Baptist yards per game average 649 yards in
Starke cut the lead to 7-4 with two The tournament opens Saturday 102 totes- .4 stripes a shot He was

runs In the fifth. Stephen Little singled morning at 9 a.m. with Kingsley Lake looking for a national rushing title.
138 E. Call St.
Starke Fla. 964-5890 Sapp walked and Emmett testing Latter Day Saints and Churchof I
Watkins was hit by pitch to load the God going against Ridgeview. Nor "One of my goals is"to be the state
Starke's Own Bakerv bases. One run scored on Hudson's thside opens against rugged Wesley rusher In the nation Sirmones
grounder and Sapp crossed the plateon Methodist at 10:30: with Calvary Temple at the time. "I think I can do It"Not

PEANUT BUTTER a passed ball. versus Highland on the other field. in 1978. In the sixth game of the

In their last-chance seventh Starke Play continues throughout the day season against Austin Peay on the _al3.1
cut into the lead again with a run with the finals scheduled for 5:43: p.m. road he went down with a knee Injury .

S9C before running out of outs. Parado and then 7 p.m. if necessary and never played again.

COOKIES Doz. singled and stole second and Pee Wee The top two Sub-District finishers The story line wasn't complete 1977

Henderson brought him home with a win spots at the District Tournamentat either. The press guide previewing

single. the same site July 2729. UNA'S 1978 season noted that the 6-2

195 pound running back "would have Curtis Sirmonest "1 know this Is my

easily surpassed the 1,000 yard mark If last year... I want It to be my best."
had not been hampered by hip injury."

He ended with 739: yards and a Gulf South Conference-leading 10 TD's despite

r playing little more than seven games. He was still a first team All-Conference

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE selection Honorable in Mention the CSC All-America., one of the nation's finest Division 11 loops and was.


That brings him to 1979 his last chance Pro scouts were reportedly drooling
after clocking Curtis In 4.38 for the 40 yard football sprint before his injury last

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S year. Now he'll have to prove the injuries haven't lessened his explosivenessand

shake off any "injury-prone" label he might wear. He says daily weight
work between Summer classes has built the knee back up to "85-90 percent of

what it was" and says with confidence that by Fall "I'll be just as fast as I was

GAINESVILLE .. before I hurt it."
SUN One would think'that given the situation Sirmones Is in now-with just 10

games to go in his college career-Impressing pro football scouts might be
foremost on his mind. But in his easy articulate manner Curtis shied away

from the subject of pro football reminding me that he is a college'football

CLASSIFIED player for one more year.
"Sure, I think about it (the pro game). but not a whole lot" he assured me
SECTION.:1 : '. when I reminded him that he had long ago been quoted as saying he wanted to

be the first professional football player from his neighborhood (13 brothers and

: : sisters make up a good deal of that neighborhood by the way). "I don't want to
\ 'j .t. put it before what I've got to do in the Fall. I want to put all my concentration In-

to what's ahead of me this year... to have a good senior season. I have to do well
f' this year to get drafted by the pro's so I figure I need to work for this year now.
t "I still feel that way, though. If I could make it. it would give the kids

Shop The Sun'a Classified section could something achieve to look their to.goals"When Id like to let them know that if they hang I in there they


Curtis was young there was little doubt that he had the tools to be a

special kind of athlete. "He was a stud" Union High Football Coach Jimmy

every day for great shopping values. Thomas has said. After just three games as a ninth grade JV player he movedup
. to the varsity and earned the first of four letters. As a senior he rolled up

1,898 yards rushing on a 9.8 yard per carry average with punt and kick returns
norms of better than 23 and 21 yards respectively. That was enough to take the

:Tigers to the finals of Florida's Class AA playoffs.

I 'I'" ., '. J. co It. How,about specific goals,. basked expecting numbers,first from.an.AIJ... .

III ,.. ,'" ... .. U'Htm .. I .' America candidate..!Dumber one il.owin the CSC,that's my first goal.All.the...
.- players are thinking along the same lines and we've got the athletes and the
coaches to do well (it's a veteran unit back from last season's 72.1 club).

.. PERSON .n.of ._..fttlngIn COOK, for 7 3 irim OowOncadonly PART.TIMC! BOOKKEEPER! Individually he shoots for the top. "I'd like to be the number one running
) .' buS/MN TM ri.._ Muon .' n od apply AAA EMPCOVMtNT. for developer, Call... Interview. "
back in the I think I'm for
ready a good
v.n Salary p01.nS.ISIIA00Y.M. low **. Terms Bring. remume and referenceft country. year.
7,69h/.ttN 5t>m.'HSU.ANLESECRETA.Y Illl 10 NW 13: SI. II"i 1441.LEGAL 3/3-1/00 Which is?

.._,-. "StCHETAHVc ........... salary chain NEED and Survey act level Party rodk Cr.W0. Perme. "Oh. 1,500 yards. I think I can do that"Curtis
ed__P.'cl.n_'.....OIl1c.olIb.. _.t. with, ability. C.II nenl employ._ tent Only' Saparlnac.d said he should be back in town Saturday for about a week Visiting between
k flat wilt be cormlovered
in JV4 or 3't**vLINE 9er
) Call 3ft MECHANICCrirvl Call R. J. Miller I/a.3344lor quarters. He's still studying physical education with a psychology minor
MANAGERo waaFm C.- .r .np.r* nc" Den. Mini hw .! Nail I vrr % .nc.. rnn tr'no* n.ntlt*. ..oc.'c.. Masannaad.d.
.tt.il ..portonc* work.no with modern ..t4biun. c.m.r... T......0 noMcctlofi. I hll Woleolt.t I/I 4M3 loaf rain, time Job will runInrouott
Mon Fr IO l7.nd J J. SunnlrSIxKpplrta ran Bring reterencee. .
Cvntvr 2449 NW I3&ttHfEVIVNCFO MILKERS- Walk In ooubl* I they will be lnve tlgated Salary
Herrlna' Bon Parlor There Is Summer
E>pwlenced negotiable Phone Robert Basketball
..i' SECRETARY _.nd 'p. wile learn ore. Defaulter*.1/7.4243.Ext.3DV I
to hear
was happy reactions to last week's
'UC"PTOON'ST' looking for IS .d. .d' Oa/ry. column that proclaimed that
carver wim old"lf>4>li tte ...... GOOConp.fly twcwlitm. Salary c'ACCOUNTANT .
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Driver educ. Wltn S veer* Ienc. Typinghorthand Keystone Mike
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S fall Mr% Wlltter\or. .ol"no county or North Marlon County montn Mull h.... 7 3 veartexperience Salary c__.,.with eMpe.rlence .
..,*Qom Academy 42 TWO Senff resume to Deot. M MM.m ,In """ '"no. Call Mr. Apply et VITAL INOUVTKIkS. Also Melba Howard, who will be taking over the girls basketball coaching
\* Drawer A,C vlll*. Fl JMOII9V4 _
Galm' ''' 3//443l 3WONB A1. reins at Bradford
next
High year started working with her girls this week at
BHS. Bravo on both counts.

I VOLVO C N<*,IME A t WANS. l./ MAVERICK ..,''c tr.nnort4llon .. CHEVROLET IMPALA. I.7I,
MISSION' "IOO. Call I 49? >..' .."/, "_" _.. Sludml air. ..........tlc. 74 ooo mile.seOB Firebird Ticket are Here
ton CAPRI' Sunroof tM/M I Call..3// I// 310134..0 Glenn.FORO .. Starting today we'll have tickets to Jacksonville Firebird home football
.0"0" 400
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acelIrM.al mil. ,,__,n.. ,II Ft bodv Newly Inspected LTD 177. good condition games available at the Telegraph office in Starke thanks to local Firebird.
2WO 0.1146 132.....'.....* Body oood condition 12SOO 4t ooo mile automatic.. 3MM.! Malachi Henry. [
Cell 4V5-1I1/ ..S JIM 3/9 37M.3S3I NW 27.St Student
1913 MAZDA RX 2 l/a OATSUN KINO CABS l.,0 MONTE CARLO power Tickets ranging in price from $4-7 will be available at the front desk with the '
AM/.M I '..c". oootf runningCOTMjIllon Speed air conditioned.AMrM ,leering.... ... .A.....brake. New fire. *. next home game Saturday night against Carolina. Malachi builds the '
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CAM RENTALI. _as. C.1/493.n MUST SEE.*l l'4.elleve,* Carolina game as featuring. a little running back for the visitors called "The

!I.,.Ileet Sal.GM .. I..S LINCOLN Cenlinent4l Col 179 BMW BAVARIA]S Flea".

,, (;'''''Ie We rarnow........, ..available.......'.311. not well lalor'ttam..maintained. Immaculate,low mile.. mutt very bo.dltlon 4 sveed....*. .UM...air...).._Call3/power. Very>-IM2 leerlng/good con. "He scored five touchdowns against us last time we played them two of them
tee IL drive to aopreclat"' ft/M were called back."
1913 VENTURA _1I.bl. 3/3 143 alter 4 JO LOTUS EUROPA. :91000 mile
//"lIIC I< .."GAL Standard AM .._ Cuort concMlion. 40 MPGI Fal & beautiful! Ecellenl .' Bradford fans will remember Malachi as a star running back ((1973 graduate)
: Automatic. ..HOO. After I urn JM 3571 "/! INTI RNATIONAI InOwitnW lfy11mar51. Many new
air *llama but he's
defensive back
Conri clean family aluminum van body 3" lnul4 Serf* Include Konl knock a a now. earning a starting role with the Firebirds after
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loan 13394MAW cvlirxter warn. 10 OO.3O *ire.. ojood overall condlllr vrv'10. bet otter just practice. played college at Southern Mississippi and has
or trade
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NFL. and Montreal of the Canadian league. lie played a year with the semi-pro

Pensacola Wings before hearing Jacksonville needed defensive backs and is 'I
: now back living in Starke
00. lo acre 1 acre tract for saltby \
r--- and up. beautilul rolllno pastureexcellent ___. J\nl off Newberrv Rd NFL football is still on his mind. '.
financmo. HOWARD 30413..4/9 9003 or 4/9 3M. "Most of us on the Firebirds are thinking about NFL" the
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w.t'ect''c.CI...** Ave I(141 alter I P m .44.oooPLAN.to hi' "ory. palm E pine tree >', The Open'lub-diltrict tournament for the Starke Businessmen and Rainbow
p.' Sha4ed IJ 310 lost' price Call PINKS M M IO fenced aj Cress fence Marine of Brooker is In River I
: Acre of Crystal the last weekend in July. Hillandale Farm
I IS veer old tree Owner tinencno acre S3? oou. owner finance
I.MO wltn ,0<,downMarawrte Green Machine gets an automatic spot as host of the state
.C."s. dutiful elevation per arre tournament
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\ 'A Nee "' lot benlnd NO August 35... By the way. the Edwards Road will be I
facility opened for the
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AND UNIQUE MOBILE HOMI: 2 bedroom NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS .. .. ,.,.1991. Hpd 71'j:: j
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home bedroom on SR executive 121 across from type nlshed I bath.with furnished one-half or acre unfur of CUSTOM DRAPEMISiFree' estimate MAD pie monthly, Storke.only TFchg 3313 N. Tenv ifl" (M/fQ't.i: / : .n T \Illlfl IJL--j\ : FOLEY lAW HARPENU...... :: '.\::'

Middle. ft. School. Over 3.000sq. land and water bill paid. No local! distributor for completely .., ... i :r .;:,$A.( : set, has been used very IHHe. .. .,)
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Unique fireplace Insunken children or pet. SI 23 per washable nationally MIMOSA MANOR mobile JOTS SAW SHOP Phone :

family room. CH/A month with one month In advertised Gardsette homo pork mobile homes GENTLEMAN'S FARM GOOD PfUCU PAID for used CHAIN LINK PENCE 197B SUZUKI OS SSOl> .very 9647500. 7/19 4 chg i/9 "
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kitchen w/ advance. Call 496-2308.6/21 Draperies. saw Enterprises.Ed and tpocoi for rent. Phone Custom-built: mobile home mobile homes I If mortgage I 10 material. Do it yourself and good condition. Must cell.

.dishwasher office room. TFN. or lama Stephens. "'-29 2. 3/32 TFchgKITCHINITTISt on five acre, two-car 3/4 paid or more, OLIN'S save. Installation available SI.300. Phone 782-3763 during ..*,. MITAL utility sHee. .... ,
owing room pool room. 494-2219. 3/) TFN. garage and born, fenced MOBILI HOME SALES. Free estimates HandyMan day. Itpd 7/19 brand new, S230 or best of. :
garage.PUCE TRAILER-1 I Bdrm. First B last CLARKES SAW BHOPl Cam.pl. One Roportments and cress-fenced pasture, 964-3606. Open 7 day Fence Co. .*..8559. TFchg for. Phone 964-6362. 7/19.',',
REDUCED TO SELLs 2 mo. rent. Jane S. Usher, ... sharpening service pool TV AC. an llmerock rood. Phone weekly TFchgWANTIDi M HP cHRYSLER MOTORi 3tchg7/26 ::-::
ocr.* with doublewlde RI..,. 496-2126.496-29013. hand circular. mower utilities Included. Totally 782-3036 lawtey. 7/19 2tpd UMIROCKi Allen Taylor. good condition. S300. Phone F
trailer; 3 out-bulldlngs; Itchg 719I blades chain taw. Leave at furnished. Weekly monthly 7/26 Mobile home ... Lawtey. Phone 712-3172 8I'Iytlmo964.7t"1chg7191'IAMPOLIN" SEI WHITE'S MOMI AND:::

beautiful furniture and I Interior Crew Building Supply. lake rate TEMPLE MOTEL. MO le* and lire*. Will pick up. weekday otter 6 p.m. or AUTO STORE for best price-'t;
decorating.Owner BDRM. House for rent Butler 7/3 TFN. N. Temple Ave.. Storke. TWO BEDROOM mobile OlIN'S MOBILE HOME anytime weekends. TFchg Now round on Goodyear, lee or Summit--
leaving state. Will' "",flc.. First B lost mo. rent. Jane S. USI THE LAUNORAMAT et Phone 9647337.. 6/28 Stpd home with stove and SALES. 964-3606. Open 7 list S399.9S sole S3I9.93. Tires, Free mounting sets of
Owner says SElllWOITHINGTON I Usher, Realtor' 496-2126 Hwy. 100 by the Handy-Way. 7/26"' : refrigerator, excellent condition. day a week. TFchg BAHIA HAYs Argentina 8x12 list 1399.95. sale four. Keystone Heights.'
SPRINGSi' 2 ,4962903. IKhg ,/" W. have a wash dry fold S3.000 cash. Phone highly fertilised. Phone $249.93. Phone '1-778.3227.Jox. 4734470. Itchg 7/1. : ;
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1/2 lots with trailer In service: .25 per lb. Attendant ROOM FOR RENT Furnished 473-4308. Itpd 7/19 TOP CASH PRICE PAlO far 964-6071. TFchgWATSON'S TFchg ;

secluded neighborhood. on duty. TFN bedroom 'In large 4 M coin., sterling, dental gold YARD SALEs B22 StonsburyV
THREE BEDROOM.1 1/2 SEPTIC TANK AND OREASI home Itt country Kitchen' COUNTRY LIVING at Its rings, GP scrap jewelry) HOUSE OF SPECIAL PRtCSSi ... nursery Dr.. acres. from Southslde:.*.
bath. Shows Addition off BRASINGTONCedlIIK TRAP cleanouts. New lines. privilege' SlOO/month, Including best: 20 acre ronchette with chain., optical frames, VACUUMS Many brand of stock: Asaleas, got. cons, Elementary School.., 10 o.mj!
SR231. fireplace and ,_.onabl.. Joe Forsyth. utilities phone, 3.450 sq. ft. S BR. 2 both watch bonds, etc. Phone J. new vacuum.. Used $1.30 each. 18"-24": Fruit to 4 p.m. Friday/Saturday?;
garage. a.mobileo. 4311022. All buslnes appreciated. washer Phone ....2515. frame home Living. dining R. lullington 9646250. machine* available. Part trees; Boxwood. I 10"-1"" through July Baby clothe.,,..
Jane S. Usher Reelter i A Service 3/31: TFN TFchg and family rooms, fireplace TFchg and accessories for all $1.30. IS.IB$2.. See our galore. reining under car

Phone' 496-2126 fm Scbetton Of Uteri RIDUCI sole and fast with plus form bldgs. Free garbage .vacuum systems. 404 NW roses on Flo. root stock port. New Items, ftchg 7/19;; :
.496-2903 WAREHOUSE service and street BUYING JUNK BATTERIES 10th Gainesville $3.30 and $6.93. Shade
Cart Taken OnCaiidlae GoBese Tablet and EVop'"water GARAGI.1100mon.h' Ave.. MoI.ti
pill." Available et with office.Phone light. Convenient to Starke. and radiator, Paying" top phone 376-7110. TFchg trees, hedge plant, MOVING YARD SALES
HAY' FOR SALE Just cut; Trade* Andrews Drugs, 223 W. 964-61 or 964-3261. HERITAGE REALTY. Phone price Will pick up. Phone camellias, pot plants hangIng Items only I each Saturday??
Coastal Bermuda Hay: 2001 N.W/13J78-5J01 Main Street lake Butler.' TFchg' 377-2810. Gainesville. 7/3 7823762. TFchq DO DROP IN Bargain Nooses boskets, and many only" 9 to 4 p.m. 313 N-jj I
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bale ol the born Neor Won.. SMALL TWO BEDROOM "' sell used furniture Phone NURSERY. SRIOO at 7/)'
thlngton Springs.. 496-3839. house; unfurnished 7 room CB house CH/A Co< r CAfl', ,_. "l: 1ft,., K'S\ 964-6740 9 to S Florahome. 23 miles SE of n
. 3/24 TFN available. August 1. wall to wall rug. 3 BR I 1/2 c C" _'_ ""."". ... ',._._., .. .:."; ; Mon.-Thur, 9 to 6 Fri. and Starke. Phone 659.2165. GARAGI SALE Color TV.M

--.-- -.-... Keystane Rrea Odm S123/rnonth first and toil BA family room, double 1970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT SaL 3/1 TFehtN'WSPAP" TFchg riding mower, weedeater.t: !
KH.K' rtOMia bedroom, 1 .0. month' rent and damage garage on :3 lots (corner), run. good $600 firm. Calf BBQ grIll AM/FM radio. bard J
1/2 bath In City on nice SALE 1976 Buick Regal' INVITATION TO BID One deposit In advance. Phone 615 N. Church $trp. 7/19 782-3377. 6/7 TFchg. ROLL FENCING All kind., hog "tool'*, encyclopediasrj
shaded lot.DOUBLEWIDI. sports coupe. one owner, Ford dump ruck. May be Inspected 4733246. alter p.m. 7/12 2tchg 7/26 INDSSeveral available, wire, welded wire barbwire clothing and more. South?

MOBILE automatic transmltlon A/C. at city yard Mori' 3tchg 7/26 . 1978 CHEVY SILVSRADOI, various lengths" all either wood chain link: free Orange St.. between Hwy.:; :;
475.2097 '' '
$3.930
HOME:3 bedroom 2 both; 2tehg 7/3 day" through Friday 700: \ 'PE $O" L' fully loaded and SeaKIng 13" or 30" wide. Good for estimates. MANNING 100 and Edward loop. Fri.: :
located on choice lot In lake FORSALBi CRAIG 4103 23 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. All bids ONI MDROOM apartment boat and 45 HP motor, all children to color en table FENCE CO.. 473-4822. day and Saturday. Jtpd 7/19J.J
Butler Owner will finance. channel CB radio brand must be sealed and properly prefer elderly perton. ; l tRVICE : extra Boat In excellent covers etc. BRADFORD Keystone TFchgALUMINUM
FRAME! HOMIi3 bedroom I new In box has pro- marked as sealed' bid. lid. Millard Judd 127 Lafayette ..", ,"c.",' .' .'w,.. .,'.. ." condition. Buy pair for $6300 COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135 1 1/2 ACRE LOTSi I mli.:'

1/2 both In subdivision amplified microphone, will be received until open:. St.. phone 9645951. Itpd BUI'S SAW SHOP Complete or sell separately. Phone W. Call Starke. TF PLATES Used West of Hampton Lok*on SR
Near school. $100. CLARICON 23 channel Ing time Regular Council 7/1' 473-7013.7/12 Olchg 7/26 newspaper plates 23 18. By owner. SSOO down. -
service,
Malnes Real Estate. ._IIor. CB used. $43. CHAMPION Meeting July 10. 1979 at sharpening hand. carbide, circular chain NEW MFRIGIRATORi. Call 3/8x36". 25 cent each. Phone 468-1833. 7/12 2tpd \

496-9978 JUICER juices, 7i30 p.m. Municipal KINGSLEV LAKE: APTt One mower blade hollow ground 1976 II MANS Pontiac low after 6 p.m.. 762-3377. 3/31 BRADFORD COUNTY 7/19 j
homogenlies. makes nut Blulldlng. The city of TELEGRAPH. 964.6305. TF I
BR. living room, sun room. and balanced. SPACIOUS HOMEl 3 butters. $100. RECORDS: Keystone Heights reserve electric kitchen tiled both Jackson door lock.. $2.393. ADAMS TWO ITEMS Stereo In {
Building Supply
bedroom 2 bath on wall rock folk your choice, 50 the right to reject ony and oil heat, furnished; yearly Starke His. AUTO SALES. Keystone, HONEY FOR! SALE Will ROUND BALES OF cabinet with radio. tope I
or Keystone
landscaped one acre lot: cents. TELE GAMES: Sears, all bid. 4tchg 7/12 ,rental dock and 'lake TFchg 4734470. Itchg 7/19 deliver Phone 9647910. HAViFresh cul. $13 each. 80 player S73. 22 cu. ft. :.
central heat/air; fireplace; has hockey Jokarl tennis, WANTED Sliver coin prMlege. reference required. 7/19 2tpd 7/26 Woods Brooder*. $10 each, refrigerator, with Icemoker
cedar closets. Eat In kitchen handball single' to four minted before 1964.. paying Phone 333-2932. ALCOHOLICS 1974 TOYOTA 2 door AC one or all. Phone 782-3140. harvest gold. S273. Phone I
lots of extras. Call W. S player: 3 speed console 5 time lace value. 473.3193 7/19 2tpd 7/26 ANONYMOUS* Phone $ .595. ADAMS AUTO 90 ft. WATERFRONT LOT TFchg .....7061. or 468-2394 after 6 t

Rivers, owner, 496-2241, and extension controls, 2tpd 712WANTEOt 964-5148 or 964.6582. TFchg SALES. Keystone 4734470. Lake Santa Fe. 1/2 acre p.m.1/122tc1'mgl/IT: .
6/28 TFN. $60. POLAROID CAMERA: Self employed Individuals TWO BEDROOM furnished "Itchg 7/19 cleared and ready for FORECLOSURE PROPERTY .
Land model 93B with flash to share secretary apartment. AC, family REMODELING BUILDING. building." Assume B pet Commercial and residential. : .C ,:.: '1/'; ;. :'; : :

NSW LP RECORDSsStereo, and cases. $35. REALISTICFM Jacksonville toll line, and room parole dining REPAIRS New kitchens, 1978 FAIRMONTi 2 door AT. note I-904-733-I813. 'Hpd Inside City of Hampton. i ( 1i :
major labels, major artists, 91 Electret Wireless overhead room. Phone 9646201. Itpd baths. BrIck PS. AC. $3,993. ADAMS 7/19 Guaranty Federal Starke .QST.ZfQ..HQ!
family
expense rooms.
factory fresh factory seal- microphone. $5. FLASHING 473.3193 Jtpd 7112 .719two block concrete. Fireplace AUTO SALES. Keystone, office. Phone 964-5000.6/21 .. .. .. ,, .' :
ed. 50 cent to 20 cent to MARQUE lighted sign 2 ft. 4734470. Itchg 7/19 BUNDV CLARINET and case. TFchg :
cabin specialists. Grlffl Construction. LOSTt month old
volume x 3 ft. New with all letter FOR RENT 2 bedroom Used one year. Will sell for Puppy': pit
buyers. Writ. P.O.
: BEDROOM TRAILER
Box and number. $130. In the country kitchen fur- on Phone 473-2108 or SILL half the original cost. Excellent GOOD ARGENTINA BAHIA bull boner cross. Copper I
1943. Rockford. Ill Baylei' Highway 473-2378. IBRADFORD WE BUY AND clean us.ed
TFchg
61110.I 7/19 4tchg 89.8FACTORY. DREMEl MOTo.TOOL: Has nl.h.d.II25 per month plus SlOO/month. Phone car and truck ADAMS condition. Phone NAYs 1978. 50 cents per bale color with black stripes .
accessories, like new $30. utilities. 4733418 Itchg 964-3161 or 964-3218. Itchg SEPTIC TANK AUTO SALES Keystone, ....-11391. Itpd 7/19 at bam minimum order 10 white blate on chest One! 4
TWO JAI.LAI 7/19 boles. J.M. Edwards white feet. Answers to
CESTAS for phone
fresh factory 7/19 SERVICE Bradford residential 473-4470. Itchg 7/19
.sealed new IP stereo practicing. $23 each WANTEDI Rider to carpool $43. Commercial NOBlE CATi 16 ft., SI.700. 964-5379.7/12 2tpd 7/" name Jo-Jo Reward of I

albums. Assorted Rock. pop Phone 473.3851 during to Jax- outhtlde, ,leave at ONI HOUSEKEEPING pump-out and Industrial. Fully 197 CHEVY WAGONI! Ex. Phone 964.6350. Storke. Itpd fered. Phone 964-8956 or
and Soul. 310 plus SI hondl. business' hours, 9 to 5 p.m. 6:45 a.m.. return at 3 p.m. ROOM AC: one sleepingroom licensed. Phone 9648121. cellent condition. $993. 7/19 BASS BOATs 13 Ft. Orlando 964.616t.7/122'pd7/" :

Ing and shipping Send cash, Itpd 7/19 473-4873 Itchg 7/19 very low price AC: TFchg Phone 7823321. Itpd 7/19 Clipper; 60 HP Evinrude.Eika .
check or money order to FOR SAlli Harris patio boat. UNDERWOOD MOTEL US COUCH AND Occailenel trolling motor, trailer REWARD for lost mole i
Records Unlimited P.O. Box CASH FOR GOLD Sterling; electric start 25 301; 4 mIles North of Slarfce. MAKI YOUR TRAILER look 1978 FORD F1M Range, ChaIrs clean good condition 2 gas tanks and 2 batteries. blonde poodle, has no tail. 6 !

1943. Rockford. III. 61110. Jewelry diamond., coin., horsepower Johnson new TFchg like a home. Remodeling Heavy duty 1/2 ton excellent reasonable. 524 N. $1.683. Phone 9648806. wk*. old lost on N. Clark St.

100 percent money back dental gold. Will visit your ,,battery gas can. and seal additions, screened porches condition many" options Walnut St., 9648508. Itpd Itchg 7/19 There are two little girls

guarantee If returned In 10 home anywhere, Mr. Rltt- covers, Alto' 16 foot FURNISHED APARTMENTS to your home or trailer. regular gas sacrifice 7/19 TWO ITEMS .very' heart-broken and want i
day. If seal Is not broken man. 473-1089.2/1 tfnchg; fiberglass ski boat, 65 1173/month Including 'a''"'* Framing, Freeestimates. $' .500. Phone 483-1879 or SEVERAL ITEMS 80 gal. fuel Green GE stove $83. It bock. Phone 964-8495.

7/l94tchg8/9. horsepower Mercury ollernater utilities Also two bedroom Call anytime. 4851541.72.chg 7/26 tank with stand. SSO: German shag carpet.. 11x14. Itpd 7/19 .
IAKI LOTS 'FOR SALIt ,, $23. Phone 964 6366 after 9
new battery and extra mobile home, SlOO/month Phone 964-8013. TFchg ', .22 pIstol SSO: 2 side
YARD SAlEi July 21,8 a.m. Keystone Heights prop. 473.3041 Itpd 7/19 $50 deposit. Phone 964-3261 i r"tlP.WI;: ) tE'Di} view mirrors for truck S20. p.m. Itchg 7/19 LOST Border Collie. 7 mot. i

4 p.m., Brick house next to Beautifully wooded lots on 0'964.6112. Itchg 719ONCB. THE MOWER CLINIC. Smallengines \, . > ., .. .. .' Phone 4734079. "Itpd 7/19 old block with white on
\ THREE
clear, sand bottom ... ,. WHEEL SCHWINN
lake. <
Raiford Community,, Center. COTTAGE FOR RENTr lake. I and all of -
type. Adult bike. chest tip of tail paw*. Lost
434MIttY! |aiMMf ItemKr Good t.,m$-'or discount!forti I\oQo""di..tIr1v ttl :lon 2 TWOapc4rtments. BEDROOM lawn mower repaired Including MATURE LADY for live-In POOL TABLES 3 1/2 ft. x 7" One-half price, Lester John Rd. Phone
h 4'.dl6h.d} /I..aion 'ceiK4< > W*5acres' anMOifctflt( .rr-.w.r. "" hirfl.I.W""fttN.. 314) N, Temple reborlng. Work babydtter. For two boys $40 firm. Phone 9646873. Standing$73. Phone St., 9646333.Starke. 1351 on 964.3078. Itpd 7' 19 I
miscellaneous Items. Itpd trees overlooking lake from a/c. full kitchen all Ave., utilities Included. No done reasonably. Henry age 9 and 12. Phone Itchg 7/19 TFchg

7/19. $3.500. $500 down,$50. utinsel, domestic supplies pets downtown area. Ideal Browder. 964.5760. 6/21 468-2730 after S p.m. 7/12 JERSEY MILK COW: Moke of. \OKIIICKOI.I19"Am \.\ .
month. Commercial lots on, and linens furnished. for retired persons. Phone tfchg. 2tpd 7/19 TWIN MATTRESS and box fo,. Phone 468-2893. Itpd ;3i1 lt'T.tIM
194 HALF-TON FORD SR.21 North available Available August through 9647344. If no answer, call springs. New. S20Q. Phone 7/19 f

pickup and 14 ft. Hale stock Owner-Sa'esman. 4734375. I 17, due to cancellation. 473-3031 (local call). Itpd BIRCH'S !IPM Pest Control' RETIRED COUPLI earn good 9646974. l.ch,719GA.AGI Ideal' for small !
trailer. Phone 496-3887 between 2/22 tfnchq. S140, call 47S-2303. Itpd 7/19 Servke of Fla. The March I. Incomo. Set your own hour, NSW OPENING SATURDAYS '
5 and 9 p.m. Itchg t ACRES on 214 near 7/19. On To Rid Your Homo of Dignified pleoiant work. SAlEiFridaySaturday. THE BARN: antiques, u.edfurnl.uo. farm IIr unjlhinti >nu I
79. TWO BEDROOM house, 624 N. want to iiite It for. All
| Nuisance Pest, Call lunk. Hwy :21. 4
Keystone Heights. $300 Phone for appt. S ta 8 p.m.
down $89.81 month. FOR SAils 1974 Dodge Dart stove ond refrigerator, 964.5534. 6/31 TFN Thursday or all day Monday. Lake Street 9 to 4 p.m. Itpd miles North of Keystone. wooded borders a I.KI!
PUPPIES leopard Bulldog Phone 473-4058 per slant 6 motor a/c SHOO SI23/month. S30 deposit 7/19 Victorian roll-top desk oak gravel road which; give I
cro..... Should make good after 6 or 473-4367 llrm. 473-2933 2tchg 7/19 Prefer couple with one or AUTO REPAIR and appliance 964-8719. 7/12 2tchg 7/19 ATTIC SALE Saturday/Sun animal' foot buffet Victorian access. Plenty of :Ml.

cowdogs catchdogs or watchdogs p.m.3/29 tfnchg two children. Phone work Anytime day or night. day. 9 to 6 p.m. Follow SR 16 chairs. too many Items to Laurel. Plenty of uilileamr 1
496.2126 or NEW MOBILE HOME ..V, FOR RENT I bedroom 9648243. Itpd 7/19 Guaranteed work LABORATORY West toward prison to list. Buy sell, and .,od.. For > In the nearby I
4962903. Itchg 7, 19 PARTS STORE, also mobile home on lake reasonable rates Phone TECHNOLOGIST or technician Hellbronn Springs' church further Info phone omit. Irwner needs tn

..", ., I Whirlpool. GE. RCA ports.: Geneva furnished a/c. MODERN FURNISHED APTt I 964.11314.7112 Stchg 7/36 ; Immediate opening. Follow signs. Baby Items. 4737017. Itchg 7/19 soil this true! II.I\IMUMI: t
central heat, no pet. $150 shlll with coll.
." WHEELERS betweenKeystoneMelrose. Bedroom wall-to-wall Day some clothes Terms $2011.0" down
,
maternity
.; r"s.[ g' t per month plus SSO deposit.' carpet AC. ample private LAWNS MOWED anytime. Phone 496-2323 or apply In cookware. paintings. books NEW KIRBVS. rebuilt KI,. jssumc lmt.in.Mountain .
4734149. 7/19.
475-2401. .fn chg 4/19. IKhg paved parking In rear.24 hr. Reasonable rates. Phone person to Union General wood cabinets, carpet etc. by'. used Kirby's. Over
. FOR RENTl2 Bedroom FOR SALS 16 loot Hoble Cot security lighting. Modem 964.1314.7/12 Stchg 7/26 Hospital lake Butler Itchg Phone Shirley Edwards, stocked. Heavers Eurekos. : cabin ulih (fire
MAIN INSURANCE AGINCVt soihb ot. S2.100 475.1346. electric kitchen Phone 7/19 9648806. Itchg 7/19 Eleclrolux. Must sell. Mov. I Dandv garden
place.
mobile home Married
160 S. loke A".. lake cou. Itchg 719GAIAGI 964-8394 after S No
location.
to
p.m. WILL DO BABYSITTING In my ing new Expert
Thiit IM
.. !Hpot a handy manspecial.
Waiherdryer.A/C
Butler 496-3978. Complete garbage SAils Corner of children or pe... NOT A country home anytime dayor l.P.N.'Si 3-11 shIft Apply VELOUR COUCH. light blue. repair service. 3 miles Northof becaiMo it Is not
Insurance. Service. TFN and, water, furnished, Sylvan and Cypress. July 24. MOTEL. 7/19 2tchg 7/26 night. TIC. Phone between B a.m. and 4 p.m. Like new Phone 9647016. Storke US 301. 7' 12 4lchg finished! in,.ide. roughed
$160
no pets plus $50
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 964.11314.7/12 Stchg 7/26 Starke Nursing Home, Itpd' 719TOY '/2
EVERYONE IS INSURABLSi. security. Behind Western FURNtSHIO HOMIi exceptionally wired and plumbing tinnpleled. -
Miscellaneous, tool., men'
well' phone 9646220. 7/19 2lchg 2 1/3 YEAR OLD YORK Wilier mud I hi'
clean, maintained nul.
Immediate coverage by Auto on SR-21B, CoIl POOOLI PUPS. Phone
clothing ect. Itpd 7/19 WILL BABYSIT or do convalescent 7/26
BOAR. $175,
two bedroom Phone ,side 'IH 'II. l.
11111
phone. JOE USHER 475.15. 5/31.ln. 964-8373 at 1231 ( I"t"' iritc
LOST Ht*. High work Phone or see
Keystone 964.7327, 7 12
> 7. 19Ft
dining" room, olr, MAINTENANCE ENGINEER 2lchg 'leek nverlmikltiK ml
AGENCY496-2126 or WORK WANTIDI House School clots ring reward offered separate Peggy Ho.'.", 9646362. Butler Rood Starke. 'Itchg nit.
4962903.TFN repairs, roof repairs, barns for return call conditIoned S193/month. 7/122tpd7/19! One-man department with 7/19 Vinf can live In It whileim I
built pointing room additions 473.3122 Phone 964-e96 IKhg 7/'2' responsibility 'for all phase .. Estimate > finish it. up. 3 mIles I

leftover of general maintenance.' (rom :Murphy. S22..VNMHI.:
screen porches ect. NOTICE All equipment
FURNATURE FOR SAils I
MARY KAY ,. .. Phone AdminIstrator MOW LAWNS S.Vidio: down anti !
reasonable prices. Call Mike bed. complete, S33: f 30 day. after repairedwill Need iisKiiine
COSMETICS at 4732803. tfnchg 6/28 wooden dinette and 4 ::"O.s't.,. .:$.KU : be sold for parts labor 496-2323 or apply In person TRIM SHRUBBERYEDGE loan
and JOE'S SAW at Union General Hospital,
FOR RENTI 2 bedroom brick' chairs $35: 2 end tables and storage. I
Louisa Starling home, 100 'feet on Lake .I) coffee table S20 for the SHOP. ,....7580. 7/12 4tchg Lake Butler Itchg 7/19 TV Repair? SIDE WALKS J.! If acres Real good IK'-
.
Evening 473-3092 .Geneva a/c. $250 per set: table lamp S3: reclyner MOBILE MOMESi Why pay 8/3 LANDSCAPE (.t'lK.tKIUI 1 acre artlvn
Keystone Hslphts month call (Jo.) 786.6044 $35; couch, S20: call more? Buy direct from foc USED TV'a For Sal' ) jreaorpiislurtI'ltnlynl' t
2lpd. 7/3. i 473- 175 Itchg 7/19 tory. Largo selection of 24. WILLIAMS JEWELRY I I. having .' DISTRICTMANAGER (MU* HMIIU, in build :i nr.4 t

UNLIMITED CASHI 14 12 wide. COMMUNITY their Grand Openingsale QuarantMd houxe. I.II.VH gentle I
Apartment. '
MOBILE HOMES SALI$. US HICK'SlAWN
Auction ..Motels, Warehouses. : 20-30-40-30 percentoff. Large! Irt't'l' ctrter I thistrail.
..
301 North. to du. I
Open
.
Corner Walnut and Call
Inc. l'hi'tufy of ) '! r :.
office Buildings, ect. to 6 Sunday Phone trots. 7/19 DARNER'S SERVICE pr\ >
Friday & Saturday Night At 7:30.: S200.000/NO Maximum. Income 964-8741. TFchg $ Itchg WANTEDAre t.2,4i.lm: ). St..1tM; '' down

Property S100.000 up. WILL KEEP CHILDREN In Phone pii>nicnt. Plenty of Mild
''Form/Ranch Real Estate TWO HOMES ON CORNER home. Phone Jan Jackson my you the kind 782-3354 (amp anil KIMM! fi ii hinu in
Waldo Flea Market 964-7923
SSO.OOO/No' Maximum LOTS In city: both completely %4.67l3.ltp.J7/19 0'' person that would like .hi* urea

Equip.'Mach. New. 'furnished. Wall to wall to make 480.00 per week
Shed -:- :. ': 173.000 No Maximum. Used carpet AC patio, built-in' WE'RE HERE! HINKIN'S with no ov.rnlghl"ov.l. If REGISTER rhi-se iirc a fw IIf f OMTJIMNI
>. ,\ BBQ. concrete drive. Both ItMinKMVi< hiive all
Ethel Batchelder
70"Appr. HOME CLEANING so call Bill Perry coll. at
Biggest Variety In Fla. Rt. 2 Box 409. Keystone home for 177.000 or equityof Specialist of Cntral ((904)) 376-7481 Wednesday Well r Drilling} ;! GAS AND OIL I vptid of l property from
Heights, Fla 32656. Lie. $12.500 ond assume mar. Florida. We can give' you and Thursday from 8 00 0 'I,"**).INI per uer unit p.Wt' .
'. : See at 513 969 S. n...... St. Miiall
Door Prize { Mortg Broker 904-473.2383 tgege. professional carpel' and furniture a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 7/26 2" Thru 8" have lracls"msr
ItperMon. 7' I2tfn Washington: Term cleaning at a fantastic 2tchg 8/2 9J4.S1K ds"<> have "" -\'t'rul caliiits.

'r- < 'Also Groceries ,.. $t .. available. 6/28 TFchg 25 pet; discount off our Fast Rotary f t hrlW't'l. nld farms. etc.
f 1974 already! low. price. Call us Drilling Equipment LP Bottles Write It r call for fret hslinit -
MOBILE HOME 12 72.
>
J. WILSON central now at 9648347. Don't wait, 4V b.hurt''IIU can j.
heel air STATE
.,,' _ _ _ _ _ _ Hpd 7/19 WATERS LICENSED Motor Homes Filled call free of charge h>'
Commercial' Seal' Coating; refrigerator, stave, 3 BR. 1 5ss.I eee.ss..sss..s
t dialing IHIMJ74JI:| I
I
.it fvH aoor MMM" 2'ba.h. lawtey. No down BULLDOZING
Pumps W.rnIi; .'fI. Write orcalt today!
MOt APFtlCAMT"' e payment take over .... ss..ees5a.e.ss.a. i
i. *.PHMP. PAICHIN4An "' loyments. Phone r.-.1'{ BuHdOlef Work rWTlfN I
I-303-349-S218. 7/12 2lchg | New & Used ( IIKKOKKKI.MHOMI'NV: "' : :
.Woik GuaranteedTtlaphone '''r I Large or Small Tan : ;

i Reg. Raal Estate Broker 19041.782 3991 Ira; -ErnsIesWsddings .*UrdFiH Ssl.PartsS.Mc.EZT.rms l ) tUttoriM 1l.ItI'IIS.C'2M1I1G! :


i 301 North Trail Metal UwtayOtfiC a PHOTOGRAPHER. eeeelae Asrea .Ponda i

1OOPM-SSOPM I I I.PANEUUC Portrait Mee.rri.FILL ......s...........Sa.. ,WOSMAJITRAYLOR( UNDCUAUXC
782-3931 4- 1 AnnlvarsarKja/ .I-! ... P'.. WIUBUR WATERS PIumIn. j

:. Home 782-3896 I I CENTER I} Joe Sapp 964-8149 ..::.....," "9M.*t" .1 5 s 0 5 sesee 5!cc eS..,' AND FILL DIRT i

,. NO w MedkMHl ..... Fl
Stark. ..
,' : 964-6374
) :
( "' ,JBR.kethe. CS,3U.2b.tltonlAs. I Xti.f e 00 f M 804-6723 ..... New Installation
Frame Home B Paneling Molding 1tN "n*..,*r 782-3422 !
Needs Work. Sitre trailer I
"' 1.2 Ac. SR 223 W. 64-.>4t Home -
4 hook.",. I|I Kitchen: CabmetaCounter .Remedying Repairs -Equlpmi On Hand i

3 ., Tile' Tope e 55e555..5.ssee.S5I.e Two Wheel Drive Loader Wets Ora<*rig Box ;
Stucco Home ,' +
both en 1/24 J ,let.CB .. ., (' ., ,SHILL MOMI requires Ire1.celof. I Vanities 1 LAMI-ctEARIMG & DIU MOBILE HOME urranssses..ee.ee.sS.sesI.. 8m*. Oojer JO' :3SO e Way Blade :
*
4 .. targ 1 Doter JO TSO 4 Way Blade.

... .J'8B2seperele 'bOHI. with" .-__'_; f : ,' i FREE It- Large Or Small Jobs SCRVlCfet POLES Pew Wheel Drive .Loader With Root' Man* Or Bucket ::

.... 191A I BRUSH CHIPPI ;
ACREAGE Ac.
'
efficiency., sa, j jI : .
SAPPLYCOMPANY.
I PUMP
4
ESTIMATES 1 100 AMP : SMALL AND lA*'dt DUMP .
; Clelr St. Site. SI.800 per Ac. 1 THUQKB,' i
end up.' 1.-.He 20*. Iojo\/\, ( Dozer Work'Foundaflor. 13$ '". Services Provided

nLVBR. We ....h. FHAeppreved. !... Interest with,,' 10 yeercftepey. I I IIGHNJIHJlHN1 J. s ,:' *h- Dfjvew" .y. Lsdctesting '.; f

.: Nell c."... I I CO. 200 AMP1a "oode *,'-.* !
Ij: 8M N. Tample. Ave.Starke. Dren4ge0iches: t" ;
** ; Custom Let Clearing
Csoa Qpsos Wo .
CB. I ... .both .kitchen- 140 S. Thompaon StOW I'f' r
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Top Soil Ani1A '1.. Msterfaii _1.
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living eree. pa's All HOMES SHOWN BV I IS.*

". ,.Clelr''p' .,t. APPOINTMENT pNLY Coca: Cote Plant I 1 JIMMY MARTIN-964-5230i Topo8 Fled Clay. '
FM OM1 Umnrock
904-9711 9647061 Mssonry Sand
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-. -Legend SymbolS '.' -..qu: 1 .. T. )I \<''l r
I-t-ont hit in two at bats JB=doub. JB-Jrlp/: HR-home run; /HR=in- .....
I side the park home run: RS=run, cored; RBI=runt betted In; BB-6a on 1 g*'3,,' '
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Starke Keystone Pop WarnerFlag for the same age group U erioagh!\ In- 13-Friday,August, In the Keystone Bradford Pop Warner are because urged there to Is sign a limit up of 3ft Saturday playersper
terest is shown. A baton clinic will be High gym Rel.traUoaCarfaab SaturdayThe The cost Is $20 per player
Smallfry MinorThe Corp Meeting Set scheduled for the end of August.For Hours will be 64 p.m. according to Bradford County Pop Warner and$5 team.per family for a membership In
Parents of anyone interested in the further information call Carol clinic instructor Bonnie Bean. Association: Is holding a car wash and Parent's Association
the
Suns moved back Into first Pop Warner Flag Corps being formedin Howard at 473-2466 or Nancy wax and also a registration at the Coach's Meeting Sat Also
place by themselves with two wins Keystone for the first time are urg- Macaulay at 473-2068. The clinic, sponsored by the Clay Community State Bank in Starke There will also be a coaches
last week as the Gators were droppedinto ed to attend a meeting set for Mon- County Center for Community Education Saturday, July 21, from 8 a.m. to 5 meeting Saturday in Orange Park
second place by the Yankees day, July 30, In the Keystone High and K.R.A. is open to anyone In- sponsored by the Clay County Pop
The Hulks won twice and moved In- School Cafeteria at 7:30: p.m. terested In participating. A $5 per p.m.The full wash and wax will cost$10 Warner Athletic Association. .
to a tie for third with the Vank'i.lIuJkl This flag corps will be open to Stunt and Tumbling Clinic child tuition fee is required although a with a wash and dry costing$5. Orange Park High School Coacheswill
anyone between the ages of 8-12 years Scheduled for AugustA tuition waiver may be applied for If The registration will be held at the be conducting the meeting on
17-Yankees 6(Tue) of age as of August I, 19711 stunts and tumbling clinic has you cannot afford the fee. For furtherInformation same time and site for football rules and tips for coaching Pop
.' 2RS.Hulks-Lori Sapp 4 RS, Ed Douglas A baton corps may also be formed been set for Monday, August call 473-2466 or 4732068. players. Interested players aged 7-13 Warner teams,

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Playoff Bid Assured for Post 202 Baseball' Team................:............from Pg. 1M .;tIn
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base hit the to fifth drive DlckJlIIOn home Mark lOt another solo ii-00lead P *coii: gave Holly __ __...,f. Bob Hemme. H mme the The six sixth :
Pridgen Hill ..... scooped run inning t
with Poet 202'1 in the second but IMI NNI W ee
third run. Both teams weL..w.IIO. ball for a double play. Dillow Chen gone Keystone a 6-1 lead in the opener
scored Dillow In the seventh with Toby Keystone two frames banged later. out Its big Inning .+I airs-((4))..................... of his four strikeouts to end three they needed all of the lead as
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walking and tallying annaPHchafrrdhadthefourthPoet nlng ty came back with few runs In
Kenny dark started the uprising KH 3-4 Lake Ctty t-S(Sat) Keystone led 1-0 at the Ume aa seventh before reliever '
Sta with a walk and after Sam Sibley. Toby Dillow twirled a five-hit Dillow himself had walked,stolen two Richardson finally got the last I;
2C2 hit. Dinky Kilby and Toby addedsingles shutout In the opener and Keystonescbred bases,and scored on fielder's choice ,. 1
and Bob Hemme Inserted a six times in the fifth to win the in the opening inning. KH added two Starter Scott Allen went the
.-.-........ _til 1441MIMI double Chuck Dickinson cleaned up nightcap as Keystone started last more runs in the bottom of the fifth. 2/3 innings to get the win. .
w-_. a............ IM with his fourth home run of the week's streak with a home Iowa Mark Pridgen singled Sam Sibley In the sixth Toby Dillow [
.---. season sweep over Lake City followed with a hit-and-run base hit, things with a walk was :
Helped by spotless defense Dow((( and Keith Northrup two-out grounderwent third by Mark Prldgen's; bunt, !
In the nightcap Keystone scored Holly Hill added two harmless was really in trouble only once as KH through the shortstop's legs to came sliding home with the first
all scores In the sixth on a two town won with only three hits in the score both :
01 its run 10 a wild fourth run opener t runners. on an error. Bob Hemme later.
Jive Tommy Honour his second inning pit.chlng to. bagger by Paul(Janan. Lake City had runners at first and Dinky Kilby had the other Post 202 home two runs with two outs and :
third with no outs in the fifth but safety
win In as many decisions: For the KUby Dillow ny Clark drilled a two-RBI
game was 2-2. Chuck Dickinson
charged In from
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SB, July" 16. 1979 :



Turner Wins Lawtey Tourney; Union Stars Drop Minor Finals I


"The District Commissioner who team tournament but with seven I
Starke Businessmen Take 2ndTurner watched aU the games said that was team this year this was the best
showing by far." Kemp assessed I
the best Minor League All Star game
htt'd ever see-that pretty much said it Both tourney losses were to Mid-
Electric of Orange Park opening game to the Bootleggers and all." Union County All Star Coach dleburg while (the earlier defeat was
won four straight games to win over played six games in fighting their Doyle Kemp said excitedly, "The t-7 last Saturday) Union had wins
the Starke Businessmen in last way out of the loser's bracket. The boys really gave it everything they over Starke Bel-Med National, and
weekend's Lawtey Dixie Youth Starke Stars and LWCI both finished had." Keystone under Its belt before the
Association Men's Softball Tourna 1.2 for the weekend with the Misfits Sounds like Union won doesn't it? finals
ment. and the Rebels of Starke being drop- No they lost. Kemp was relating the In Saturday's game UC scored
The eight-team tourney was held to ped In two games.Tournament story of the Union B-10 year old team's twice in the second inning before the
benefit Lawtey's assocation Most Valuable PlayerJ.J. 10-lnning loss to Middleburg In Satur hosts tied the score with a two-run
which sports and time in Wheeler and Home Run Award day' final game of the Area Minor third and took the lead with a run In
spent
money
building the new field used for last winner Dale Haas led the League Tournament in Middleburg the fourth. UC fought back to score
weekend's tournament and which was Businessmen. After losing to the but his tone wasn't that of disappointment the tieing run in the fifth before the
Inaugurated as Cobble Field officially Bootleggers they won tight games -T but rather that of a proud Coach scoreless streak started.
between games Friday night (see against the Misfits 10-8, the Stars 6-4. : who had watched his group of young Through the sixth, seventh eighth,
related story). and LWCI 5-3 before ripping the boys play, run and cheer their hearts and ninth innings neither team could
Turner had no trouble winning the Bootleggers 22.9 In a return engage- out in game that was after all meant cross: the plate. UC's ace pitchers.
event, belting the Rebels of Starke, ment In the loser's bracket finals. for Just the fun they had Saturdayand John Henderson and Kevin Simmons,
LWCI 11-0 the Macclenny Bootleg Turner then ended the string with then graciously accept defeat In a exited as the heat rained down
gers 8-1, and the Businessmen 18-3 for their easy win in the title game. game he said "neither team should (Henderson with sore arm in the second -
victory. The Businessmen lost their Wheeler was 12 for 20 with three have had to lose." frame Simmons after the sixth)
homers, two of them Insidetheparkjobs Middleburg claimed its second but Stacey Green took the mound for
and a triple, while Haas belted uy't Yn. straight championship in Minor the first time in the tourney and held
two HR's and was 618. Ronnie r aM, ,d ,M Ji League play by scoring seven runs In Middleburg check until the fateful
Thomas his an even ,500 with 11 hits s the top of the tenth to break a 3-3 tie tenth. "Stacey really did the job, we
THANK YOU! and two doubles, Matt Hull was 7-21 te' that had been in order through four just couldn't quite get a run across forhim.
with a homer, triple, and double and excrutiating innings since the fifth. ."
The Domino'* and Mr. (Poppy) and Randy Corbin was 618. "i xiz4 a _+ sc i 1r Union took home a trophy also, the In the eighth Union almost got the
The Stars opened with a 4-1 win Sportsmanship Award. winning tally as Brian Whitehead a
+
Mrs. Bagwell would love to thank the over the Misfits Friday night before rw'Y "The boys are really proud of It, hot hitter all week long,ripped a pitch
many folks and merchants who falling to the Bootleggers 16-8 and ..pt I. that's the first time Union County has Into the hole but Middleburg's second
then to the Businessmen. Kevin ever won the Sportsmanship trophy baseman came up with the game-
helped make our tournament this Tillman hit .500 with an In-the-park and to me that's on the line of winning saving play as he chased the ball
past weekend a very successful one HR and a two doubles AI Chapmanhit the whole thing." Kemp said not down and made the putout.
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.500 with a homer and triple, Chub hiding his own pride in the team's, For the five games in the tourney
Our speclallhanks to Mr Charles Schaefer Johnson homered and hit ,400 and The runner's already accrues as Starke Businessmen ('atcher.Steve Thomas award "The boys hustled and yelledfor Whitehead cracked out a .638 batting
Blalock added three hits two of each other all the to lead UC while Allen Murphy
for his lime and the use ol' has P A System Jerry turns for the tag at the plate. during game. average -
to 'the merchant' who donated' products them doubles for the 16-18 year olds. The Businessmen topped Orange Park's Latter Day Saints In this Lawtey Man. after 10 Innings in that heat hit .467 and Green and Gred Ed-
LWCI had an S-l win over the Saturday we were just physically and wards both batted .364. Defensively
and to >o many wonderful' people' who gave tourney game.
orange Park Saints besides their emotionally drained. Grady Cochran was singled out for
their time in *o many way losses to Turner and SB. John Wrightwas The Misfits lost the two close gamesto who were also 0-2 with losses to Not only was it the first time UC making "some great catches". at se
4-9 for the weekend with a triple city rivals (by three runs to the Turner and the Saints ((29-4)). In their had taken home the Sportsmanship cond base.
Also thank to our Domino girl' for' doing and two doubles, Terry Parlor batted Stars and two to the Businessmen). loss to the Saints the Rebels were paced Award but It was also the most impressive -
such a great job In the concession stand 500, and Charles Pate added a coupleof Doug Maines was 4-6 at the plate by John Otterbein and Ben performance a Union entry "1 want to thank the fans too." the
hits. while Mark Graudons was 2-3 and Padgett who each had two hits in had ever made in the Minor League Union Coach remembered "We sure
GOD BLESS YOU ALL. Ralph Gilpin 24. Lloyd Gilpin addedan three trips and by Randall Gaskins event. "A team from here finished second appreciated the fans for coming out
in-the-park homer. The Rebels and Gagoles, who were both 1-2. once when It was just a four and staying with us."

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I Continental of Gainesville Takes Dominos TourneyContinental r


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THOMAS METALS, INC. claimed the first place title in the PRAC 16-1, and the Bookworms 120.
10-team Domino's Women's Softball PRAC toot home the team sport-,
Inviational at Westside Park in 'smanship award.
Metal Culvert Pipes For unvewaya And Drainage Starke last weekend winning four
straight games Including two con- Florida Bank opened its tourney
tests with runnerups Drill Tech of play with a 10-9 decision over the I
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows Lake City Athletics Friday night but
Drill Tech 5-2 in a busy weekend, fell out of the winner's bracket with a
was followed by the 2-2 Palatka 16-11 defeat to the Bookworms Satur-
Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save Bookworms and 3-2 PRAC of Jackson day afternoon and then were Il
ville with Starke's Florida Bank. 1-2. eliminated by PRAC 7-6 that eveningas
being the only local team to make it to the winners scored six runs in the l
Free Delivery the final six. Hillandale Farm's of second inning and held off a late FB
Lake Butler was also 1.2 with surge. Carolyn Redding banged out a i
Broughton's Bullets of Starke 0-2. .500 batting average with three home
Fla. Continental polished off Drill Tech runs two triples and a double to lead i
Butler 496-2013
Lake 8-1 In the tourney finals Sunday after. the Bank while Gloria Sapp and Edith
noon. They had beaten the runnerups Sapp were also six for 12 (same as
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before being knocked out, topping the
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first game 104. They couldn't get past
five in their next two outings falling
to the Bookworms 12-5 and the Pacers
The 135. Donna Howard was 4-9 at the
>> highest plate with Debt Dukes 3-8, and Eunice .
) Perry and Lillie Mae Perry both ripp- -- -
ing home runs for the Union County- ..."...o i.vi in an VI f iuriuu rimm; ;;on the last leg of a home run as she rou.;"
team. In the Dominos tournament at Westslde Field.
The Bullets were eliminated in a Umpire Cookie Mundorff makes sure she touches the bag.
J tough 12-10 loss to PRAC Saturday I.I.third
afternoon. Giny Kilby's 3-6 plate performance their two games while Kathy Sweat pie, Sharon Kilby 3-7, and Mary i
interest .
possible topped the Starke team for was 2.., Juanita Reed 2-5 with a triFelton homered.



Youth Basketball Camp Opens At Keystone Hi August 20-26 .)


Keystone Heights High School will "We'll have a different college Saturday, August 26, the final day
in the shortestpossible be the site for a week-long youth player each day to go over different of the camp is set aside for parents to :,
basketball camp for boys and girls fundamentals and aspects of basket- attend and watch the players In a R
aged 10-14 the week of August 2026. ball."said Anthony who like Wingate league championship game as well as .bin
Former Keystone High players graduated from Keystone in 1978 contests for the Hotshot game, free '
Mike Wingate who now plays for after starring for the Lady Indians. throw shooting, and speed dribbling. .
Eckerd College of St. Petersburg and She was a 17 points-per-game scoreras Registration costs $15 with a camptshirt
Sherrl Anthony, who plays for the a senior (and averaged nine points provided for each player. t
Flager College women's team, are per game as a Flagler freshman) Registration forms are available at
time coordinating the camp which is spon-, while Wingate averaged 32 points per the Top of the Haystack Lake
: sored by Clay County Cooperative contest at KH in '78. Dwellers Clay Co-Op and the Monitor
Education and which will feature in- office in Keystone and should be
struction by other college basketball Also on the staff Is Melody Milton. of available at the Telegraph office in
players from the area. the Flagler women's team. Starke next week. I
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CAN NO BANK PAYA OR HIGHER SAVINGS INTEREST AND LOAN RATE ON I I I Enclosed Is my check for (a minimum of $10.000.00)) I Rainbow Marine 2nd as Mayo Dairymen Take Brooker Tourney 9


THIS MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE. i Please issue a Community Bank Money Market Certificate The Union County Pop Warner In- "Everything went really smooth for Nine teams participated in the

I (dated upon receipt of this request] In my I vitational Softball Tournament last us," Stevens said. "We hope to have event with Rainbow Marine of
If you buy a Community Bank Six Month Money I name at the address requested below. I weekend went so well coordinator one every year." The Union County Brooker finishing in second place.
Market Certificate '' I Cynthia Stevens says they want to Pop Warner Association cleared $800the The Dairymen, of Mayo won the
on Thursday. July 19 through
make it an annual event. coordinator added. tourney and Western Auto of Lake Ci
Wednesday! 25, 1979we> will pay you 9.164per. I Sign I ty took third place.

cent annual rate of Interest.It's I I Rainbow 'Marine had a tough
a short time) from July I to December but there I Is a I Nome I FLORIDA THEATRE schedule for Sunday's playoff, play-
lot of Interest between with a Community Bank Money I ing three consecutive games with
Market Certificate. So savers with a minimum of I Address I hardly a moment to rest in coming out
I Call & Walnut of the loser's bracket. Rainbow beat
10000.00 can earn higher Interest on their money. ,' y
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Western Auto
I 13-8 in their first playoff
Faster And that money will only be obligated for 26weeks. I City State' U Zip Code_ Starke 964-5451 game Sunday then went on to play

.** So If you've got money that's not working as I I Fri Sat Sun Mon Tues the Dairymen in two back-to-back
hard as It should send II to the Community Bank along I Home Phone_ Business Phone,, ,,_ 1 games. "
".with this coupon. Or bring It to the Community Bank In I I Iperson. e The boys from Brooker took the
.. I Social Security Number I II first game 9-6, but had to go at it again
I WALTDI5N1r5KQX because both teams had lost only one i
game. The Dairymen took the second
** If funds are withdrawn before maturity Federal I Community Bank offers a variety of Individual Savings and the with
[ ] D& 1 te game tourney a 12-8
Capital Regulations require that the Interest rote be I Plans. a o score.
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to current regular savings rate
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i that 90 days 'Interest at that rate b. forefelted. Community State Bank of Stark.' ar.Mwee w SuehSvreua1Tswjnc: m INC., ."" ___fi"iI LI- "I thought it i was a great touma.mentRM
Coach Steve Nipper said i
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I /IIS.WAINUTST STAUKi FIA UOttPHONIe04)
afterwards. "We had a couple of
This Is an annual rate and Is subject to change' at ( )"4l30SANKINO "
t HOURS ANDFootloose outstanding ballplayers.
'.. renewal. Federal regulations prohibit the compound. .IN Nipper noted Billy Ray Smith and
( Ing of Interest by any flnandalln.ttutlO" during the' MONDAY trot 7 10,:'0 Fox Gene Melvin were leading players for
term of this deposit. TUESDAY frog 7 to 3tlO .Rainbow. Smith hit five home runs to
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> WEDNESDAY troll 7 to It30 win the HR title and won the batting
'HURSOAY'le 2 1 te>J:30 :i'l,'r i. ', title with a .667 average.
FRIDAY *t. 2. 4toe 7 to':00 "Gene Melvin
played ball..
30.1 DRIVE-IN super
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SATURDAY '
tie 12 t toll 1' : He
was 11.13 going into the fourth
MAIL TOr' ; !I game,'*Nipper added.

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HOUR DEPOSITORY A full most players hit
f ttntet SANK } Frf Sat Sun r Mon Tues Nipper the tourney. or

I four players kept Rainbow in the .
COMMUNITY STATE BANKc f, tion the coach said.
1 'We didn't hit the ball. I'll tell you
:';-\ if we'd hit the ball we'd have killed
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i'. a everybody over there," he said.
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, ; .: D. r t'l' ," '?:....'h, y rrlwmba :' : ." registered ball to play strictly ASA tour-
travels
.naraent to Gainesville
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L P. O. Drawer 460 Bradford Square 32091 {. 1 1 this for the Hogtown Invita
r B S IpIG : :. tional Tournament. The first game is
at 7:30 Friday at Westside Field, at
Phone 964-7830 l f CI. Uth st. and N.W.8th Ave..
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