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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 19, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Mist Year STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
48th Issue Thursday June It. 1980 USPSMZ700EPA ,

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I The u.s. Environmental Protection Agency has agreed the idea. Ruckman, the engineer indicated the DuPont ..a'.r. -
I to help with the additional$847,000 the City of Starke needsto property was one of the alternate sites when a locationwas

pay off a jury.awarded settlement on land condemnedfor first chosen. rWII''f
an effluent spray site, the city council was told Tues- Pierce pointed out Starke's alto was chosen a year ago .: :.
based months of and hearings. "
day night June 17. on economics and study public ,
Engineer Don Ruckman reported that EPA has agreed Pierce also indicated state and federal approval also

to help finance the difference between the original$530,000 determined the site. "
grant for the project and the overall $1.1 million settlement "The bottom line is based on economics,. Ruckman

to Frederick G. Mueller, owner of an old airport site said
on US-301 south of Starke. It was pointed out that the DuPont site was scrapped.when ,
Over 350 acres of Mueller's property was condemned by Starke was choosing a location to dump effluent
the city which has been ordered to stop dumping effluent because it was too far away and would have required ex-

from the sewerage treatment plant into Alligator Creek. tra equipment.

Mueller was paid an appraised price of $1,200 per" acre Comprehensive Plan Is AdoptedFinal
but lie filed suit asking for $2,700 per acre.
A six-person (5-woman, 1-man) jury awarded Muellerthe adoption of the city's comprehensive plan was
full(2,700 he asked. The city was left wondering where voted after the second public hearing on the remaining 11
the $lsoo per acre difference was coming from; hence elements of the plan.
the EPA decision was good news No one spoke on the Issue at the hearing. 4
EPA will pay 75 percent of the additional $847,000, said The state legislature In 1975 adopted a plan that requiresall
city attorney George Pierce. The city must come up with municipalities to adopt a comprehensive plan which includes -
the remaining 25 percent, or some $211,750. Pierce said a 20-year growth plan.
bonding agents are working on selling revenue cer Elements adopted under the plan Include potable water,
tificates to finance the city's portion. sanitary sewer drainage solid waste disposal utilities r
public buildings and related facilities, recreation andopen
Cows Eating City Grass space, conservation Intergovernmental coordinatlon -'

Mueller still has cows grazing on the property con- economic feasibility components traffic circulation
demned by the city, said Commissioner Charley Schaefer and housing.
Schaefer said. Marlle Sanderson of the North Central Florida Regional
"They are eating our grass
Attorney Pierce pointed out that Mueller is in the process Planning Council In Gainesville presented the elements of
of moving his cattle off the city's land. the plan. He explained all the elements were compiled by
his office after long hours of study with the city Planning
and Zoning Commission, with the exception of the housing
Effluent Would Rebuild and traffic circulation plans which were compiled by the.
University of Florida in Gainesville. yam,.

DuPont Excavation City to Release $26,000'Retal 1 ge ,

The commission was asked by Royce Joyner a memberof $26,000 the city has retained for unfinished sewer workfor Mommas
the county's Soil &: Water Conservation District Board over four years will be paid to Financial Indemnity \ .
to consider making the DuPont excavation site the location Company, Inc. of Jacksonville the city's '*
sewer
for the sewer spray site so the\! land might be renewed. pany which took over and finished a $165,000 Reno on all the bases. -
after the contractor defaulted.
"We would like the effluent taken to the DuPont '"
1D./Iee Pierce and J.J. Wolbert recommended to the \ \ .
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property reclaiming the land.Joyner said"The commission that Attorney the retains be released The bond ... '!...,; ..;..' .l. '......__. ..__.__ .. ..1-:...:. ,' .' .' .
a / company ,,p;yi7.t''Ttl ",1"Don't \lj,. AL,. ikr ab
.. ,.'. effliMint'i*'good fertilization; DuPont" spends much money, had filed'suit against thnltf'foi'Upft&B.OOO. toying41the ( j.r4a.p yy""A rn : :
*'on fertilizer each year l but It's no good without water." t city owed.It and the work has been completed tell Ihf'1le' kids\ that TBallBaseball .. iiY
Joyner pointed out his board recently talked with Du- If
the contractor defaulted the bonding Isn't the big time- even
.Pont representrativea.and they had been "receptive": tot padhto have the Job, putting sewers under Old company Lawtey .their mamma's do have_to tt'lIlht'm ..1-,' _

1 Road, completed. The city was dissatisfied with the work where first bane Is.
Jltt l mOWn .(!BriefTHUmDAY. < and held the retainage .
Four to six olds their Introduction
get
The bonding company sued for considerably more than year
the retainage. but Pierce and Wolbert advised the Commission to baseball In T-Ball
pay the retainage and avoid going to court and where they learn to hit the ball off a _
( / possibly losing The commission voted unanimously to T... sometimes after a bunch of tries. .I
approve the recommendation of the attorneys. They're allowed as many swings as
A... \ they need to hit the ball, and
r. Srear.I1a \J,' Need everybody on the tram gets a crack at
III.\ _. Transformer batting each inning. And then there's
"' .:' always a mother at each base to point
1 \ :Referred to Committee them In the right direction while the '

,;... '. '. team In (he. field chases down the M
Commissioner Ted Oglesby told the comm st '-on the bouncing ball.Chasing .
power plant is badly In need of three more trans!jrmers down the ball M difficult 3R
.. ;, for the substation at a cost of$36,000. when your glove Is bigger than your
l .J'1' Merrill Dees said the transformers will last much
..' > Utility Supt. shirt and weighs half as as you
about 10 years and give Starke twice the power needed. do. ,
JUNE It '. '. ,:. '.;' ,The matter was referred to the Utilities Committee and

EVERY' .V'U"laI.V to the power plant bond trustees. In the picture at top II.B. Prevalt
and Brian Wynn of the Rascals try lo
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lok Civic Cmt r .
Cro/1s.s.rcis.S. Com. \ Street Paving Commitment Withheld do just thatstop the elusive ,
for ell.du". baseball. Above left. B.B. Is In chant
ir.M. 't' The commission voted to accept the roads In two city of Andy Johns of the Crackers and s'MN
i subdivisions with no commitment to pave the streets. above right a doubting Brian Wynn
The Dalewood-Whitehead subdivision off CR-16 was approved needs a friendly boost out onto the
-IMII.IIOAY. SiNe 21 i r- by a unanimous vote of the commission.' field. At right Andy Johns Is ready for
CAR WASH 4 WAX Powell subdivision on Wilson Road was approved by a anything coming his way.
etth.Mr>hlll Clark \ 44) vote of the commission Councilman Wilber Waters w 4
Realtor Parking lot abstained from voting because he handled some of the
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--. 1980 Election is Creeping"Well Up on Us Mrs. Flynn Points Outton I

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on the Ground this election Is creeping up present them with problems" Mrs.. and Starke candidates qualify vote "against" will remember to Mills. Jr., Leander J. Shaw Jr.,.
Altar II ...... Itnlc on us.Isn't it,"says Mrs. Neva Flynn with the city clerk In Hampton or vote. Douglass B. Shivers Larry.G. Smith
supervisor of elections In Bradford Qualifying fees are five percent of Starke. First primary"' elections in State Supreme Court justices on the and Winifred Wentworth.

MONDAY,TUNE 23 ., County the "big year" Sept 9 first the salary of the office the candidate Hampton and Starke are also set ballot will be Ben F. Overton Joe Two judges In the Eighth Judicial .
Is seeking. A $20,000 for instance James C. James E. '
HIALTH CLINIC salary ,Sept.: 9.Who Boyd, Adkins Circuit, which Includes Bradford
First thing a "candidate" should do
OftAUACISKlng.h would require a $1,000 qualifyIng Alderman, Parker Lee McDonald
when thinking about running for County, must run for re-election this
lad.Cirk Center fee. must run this year& and Arthur J. England Jr. yy
yAM.MIIiaimeitT1JHOAV.>y public office is pay a visit to the office Qualifying dates for candidates arenoon District Court of Appeal judges to year- Judge Wayne Carlisle' and

of the supervisor of elections.. Mrs.. July to noon July 22. Everybody. from U.S. senator on be on the ballot are Anne Cawthon
14 Flynn has "candidate' packets"already Registration books close August 9 down Booth, Guyte P. McCord, Jr., B.R.. See, Election. See Page JA...,
JUKI made up with which a can-' for the Sept. first primary and Oct.7
HIIIIRONNSPRINCSCauraeetNartliild didate can read the rules of running second prima?:. Voters can continueto U.S. Senator Richard Dick) Stone
VPO PrePighllag$ for office and stay Inside the state register until Oct. 4 for the Nov. 4 completing his first six-year term, Is
political laws. general election. up for re-election in 1980. Eleven opponents Sandra Norman Bob Miiner
....,...Church Initial step for a potential candidate Voters must register at the county six Democrats and five ,
. . Is to appoint a campaign treasurer courthouse in Mrs Flynn's office for Republicans, have already lined up to
CHILDRIN'S. COMMUNITY and designate campaign depository.The all municipal and county elections. To Stone consideredvulnerable. Walter Westott'' .
CHORUS-M P.M. campaign treasurer! can be the vote In elections in Brooker Hamp- '
Women'i Club candidate, himself. A form with this ton Lawtey, and Starke, the place to Veteran U.S. Rep Don Fuqua,
. . information must be filed with the "
register is the county office of. supervisor D-Altha, of Florida's Second Congressional "
'.AOFORO CO.ZONING IO. elections office. of elections.Th District must also run. Nobody g.t2 '
.... After that, the candidate Enter Campaign'See.P
Court H. accept municipalities however con has come forth to yet to challenge Fu
7:30:, PM.. contributions or make an expenditure duct their separate elections Hamp- qua. .
to further his campaign. Qualifying Justices. of the Florida Supreme
: Stark Zoning. board fees Mrs. Flynn stresses, must bepaid Court, and judges of. the District ,
Meeting from the campaign account. Index... }. Courts of Appeal are subject to retention
City Hall Mrs. Flynn urges anyone considering .,: votes. Under merit retention 'The Odd Couple' Tickets on Sale Now
I
.. qualifying for office to contact her '
7,30. "' Section voters either vote for -or against
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as their first step. KCTION Awe rMewl. : Justices.according to the"way the Tickets- for the' long running One Saturday night. Is already soldout
Courtesy 01 Chapter 106 of the Florida statutespertaining' .. ...Pages 1"-2A.12A' voter perceives the Justice or district stage production "The Odd Couple,' Herres says.
to campaign financing: Editorial....-...'... ..Paa* 4A judge has done his job. If a justice or are on sale now, according to Herb
JACKSON BUILDING laws. Is complex Mrs. Flynn notes. Sports ... ... ',..!'xr.rag.f IA-10A district Judge gels 'more' votes Herres. pro at the Starke Golf Coun- Stars of the play are" Grover
; Candidates will nave questions and Society...........y. P.9.5 IA7AL against, than Tor he loses his job. Ifs try Club where the comedy will be Howard and Don Neel. Director, is
;SUPPLY 01 Stark. Mrs. Flynn urges them to get the in- als A Real Bit..'.,.,Page IDA justice or district judge is voted out, .staged. ,Richard Jockel. .:r "
formation early so the questions can SECTION .! the governor appoints a replacement. The play will run Thursday Friday, Tickets are on sale at he pro shop
..Hwy JOt e..984.8078 be answered before the last minute. New..l,".. .. .... .. ,is4sa! s Danger Is that people won't understand and Saturday nights for two weeks:"* at the country club 804544. and
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Meyuone HeigM. "If' they ''wait until the last IS .rials,..,, II.?; TjjWttObituaries. --4..'. what to vote for.and will neglectto .July 24-26 and July 31-August a. Merle Norman Costmrtio Studio on \
Hwy too And J1, A47J497J minutes to qualify without having ..:.,...-.?. ..Pao SBClassifieds. vote says Bradford County Judge Tickets are $10 for dinner. and the Thompson Street In Starke, phone
opened their campaign account It will / .,. . Page 4aa1.. Elate Sanders. but voters wanting to play. M4-73U.




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Sandra Norman is CandidateFor Lawtey





Supervisor... of- ElectionsFormer Budget

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owner mad open lAIr of Nor Norman, Jr.. Bradford County tbslde Baptist Church of Starke. She
man's Farm Produce Market in farmer and cu-uwner of the local has been very active In recreational
Western Steer SteakbooM.They have activities; she and 'her husband sponsored
Starke,Sandra Norman,40 announced Approved
Tuesday.Jan. 17,that she will be a four children: Jeffery, Teena. theirown' women's Softball
and Selena. The Normans team for several years and are cur-
candidate for Bradford County supervisor Clayton,
ofThe elections. reside on a farm oa SR-ZS Just off Baseball sponsoring team and a Dixie Boys By a vote of 4-1 the Lawtey City
office is currently held by Bin.NeraFrynn. SR-le. co-sponsoring a ,.1,. Commission Monday June 1C, ten-
Junior Softball
Sandra Is aa active member of Nor- Boys team. tatively approved a general fund and
Sandra was born at nearby ll water department budget for the
Kingsley Lake and lived there until p ,1198041 fiscal year-which begins October
graduating from Bradford High with $06,130, the amount of
School. Her parents are Clayton and Bob Milner Sets Bid funds approved In the general fund
Myra Lee Strickland, Sr. of fclngsley and $45,875 In the water department

Sandra is married to L.M. Buddy) budget.After a brief discussion veteran City

For Starke Commissionwon't R.W. (Bob) Miner Clerk Lucille Shuford fund pointed out
that the capital outlay according
G--.l to a recent audit,showed the City
Olsrtc feaJMlisieaBradford of Lawtey had a surplus of $20,000 In
will be seek re-election: this time but fund. .
R.W. (Bob) Milner a candidate Ex- that
Sandra Norman for the Group I Starke city Milner has chosen to run in Group 1 County Democratic Commissioner Marvin Rosier then
Aaoounces For commission seat being vacated by for the vacant seat being sought by be ecutive Committee and was elected In made a motion to tentatively acceptthe
Supervisor. of ElectionsElection. Wilbur Waters, be announced Tuesday and vo-lecb instructor Walter E. November 1B7 as the one 01''twodelegates at general fund budget and water
to represent county
June 17. Westcott.A department budget and the motion
correctional training specialist In the Democratic State Convention. was seconded by Commissioner
Waters is seeking election to the
Union Correctional Institution '
county commission and will not seek MilDer Is current vice-president of Buster BennettCommissioner
Milner has lived In Starke for the past Wayne Massey
city office this term,he has announced. 11 the newly-formed KIwanis Club of of the
years. the
voted against passage
yMrt Starke and Is president-elect for
Milner attended Florida State budget at this time.
... It will be Milner's second try fOfa University in Tallahassee and the 1M041.Mrs. Milner U the former Carol T might be Ignorant but I don't
city council seat. In 1878. Milner University of Central Florida in understand It", Massey said.
(From Page IA) challenged incumbent Harold Epps Orlando and has a bachelor of arts in Hardy of Starke. The couple has one Mayor-Commissioner Robert Scott
Robert The Milners
Judge Chester Chance. No opposition Group :3 and was beaten by Just 52 criminal Justice. son.reside East Weak Call Street 2. in Starke. explained to Massey that the budget
has come forth to date. az votes,559507. Epps has announced he Milner is current treasurer of the on was temporary and would still have to
Also in the Eighth Judicial Circuit: be approved two more times at the
State Attorney Gene Whltworth and July and August monthly meetingswith
Public Defender Alan Farlapiano final approval of the budget be-
must run for re-election. No opposi- Walter Westcott Announ:es ing made at the September monthly
tion has come forth to date. meeting. That explanation seemed to
The 16 county District 5 state Walter E.Westcott pacify Massey, Scott pointed out the
senate seat now held by Sea Buddy budget could still be changed at those
MacKay, D-Ocala, Is also up for re SUrke Group Commission I For Starke Commission meetings.At .
election. Sen. Mackay Is resigning a meeting on June 9 the commission
and is running for the U.S.Senate.Vy- i trimmed $3,230 off the general
daattefare vacant District 9 seat to Walter E. Westcott, a horticulture Westcott,33, moved to SUrke In the vice-chairman of the board for the fund budget with most of that amount
Perry McCriff, George instructor at the BradfordUnionArea fall of 1973 from Kentucky. He holds: a past three years. coming from expected reduction of
Kirkpatrick,and Rev.Gene Keith,all Vocatio al-Technical Center in master's degree In horticulture and federal and state revenue sharing
of Gainesville. Starke, announced Monday, June 16, both Westcott and his wife, Dianne, Westcott also served on a citizen's funds according to Shuford.
State Sen. Pete Skinner,D-Lake CI- W im that he will be a candidate for the teach at the vo-tech center here. In advisory committee studying com- The budget that was tentatively approved
ty, will run for re-election to a four Group I Starke city commission seat addition, Westcott has taught some prehensive water pollution in the includes a six percent cost of
year term. Two opponents have announced being vacated by Wilbur Waters. courses at Bradford High School.. area. living pay increase to city employeeswith
so far. Waters is quitting the city council to the exception of Water Department
District 25 State Rep. Frank U.S. consumers spend only/ run for the Group 5 county commission : Both Mr. and Mrs. Westcott are Superintendent Barry O. Watts.
WiUiamsD-Crystal Lake, Is also up a third n much($5.1 billion seat being vacated by the retirIng graduates of Murray State University Watts will get a three percent pay in-
for re-election. No opposition has on foreign travel as they Hazel PauliIt Westcott Is a member of the Starke in Kentucky. They live in the KOA crease because earlier this month he
come forth to date. do on religious and welfare will be the first try for political of- Zoning and Planning Commission for Campgrounds In south Starke with received a pay increase.
On the local level, all county officesare activities ($15.4 billion fice by Westcott the past four years, and has served as their two small children.

up for re-election in I960, in-
cluding he county judge, county

appraiser superintendent clerk, sheriff, supervisor, tax of schools collector of,three,elections property county -, City Beautification Project is Planne d By Woman's ClubIn I

commissioners and two school:

board members.No meeting will be held with Commissioner
opposition has come forth to A broad program of city beautification cation work was a survey made by He said the city should set addition to the tree replacement Waters as soon as additional
date against County Judge Elzie and clean-up, outlined by Mrs. County Forester Mark Fries of the ag- these- tract for use as a nursery foredlings program Mrs. Canova requested the committee members have been nam-
Sanders, Clerk Gib Brown Sheriff Mona Canova, chairman of a ed laurel oaks along city streets until they grow large Implementation of city ordinances ed.
Dolph ReddIsh Superintendent of Woman's Club committee, was en- which he said have almost lived out enough to set out along streets. regarding the cleaning of neglected
Schools Tom Casey or Property Appraiser dorsed Tuesday night June 27,by the their normal life span of 100 years. The forester suggested an avenue of vacant lots with the expense billed to
Jimmy Alvarez. All plan toseek Starke Commission. Fries said he had recorded 545 magnolias, dogwood, and other the owner of the property; the cleaning CETAJOB
re-election. Mayor Commissioner Vernon trees, including 26 species, in his flowering trees along State Road 16 out of shrubbery already planted OPENINGS
Veteran Tax Collector J.R. Kelly, Silcox commended Mrs. Canova and survey. Most street trees here appearto (west, similar to the one at Penney along the medians on Highways 301 1. Interviewing Clerk
with 32 years in the post. Is retiring. her committee, Woman's Club presi- have been planted about the same Farms. and 230;. the cutting of weeds and 2. Maintenance/Custodian
Four have shown intent to seek the dent Marjorie Thomson, Mrs. Beverly time, approximately 100 years ago, Mrs. Canova told the council that grass along ditches and alleys,as well 3.. Clerk Typist I
vacant post, by opening their campaign Blackshear,and Mrs. Ida Shaw,for Fries said. He described the trees on the club contemplated getting the as streets and sidewalks in certain All applicants must meet the following -
accounts according to the their efforts in setting up the program Walnut Street as being"in sad shape" cooperation of other civic groups on locations; and the removal of trash requirements: 1.' Be a Bradford
records in the Elections Office. They and pledged the city's support. with some trimmed back to the.main, the project, as well as possible (bottles, beer cans, wrappers, etc.) County resident!'ft Beunemployed-16
are: Carl Hunt,Steve SimmcDS.Emmett : Su-eeV, Ctairmaa-WiU>-Watersp-i trunk Because of decay assistance from volunteer at nearby especially the vicinity of Bradford out of last 20 weeks;%Be eciMtbnf Ibal-:
Abridge and Esther SWonfl/ under." department the project Fries suggested buying seedling:7 correctional institute*, and help from Square. ly disadvantage"' Ji'r.i.:\'"V.-:i >
Hall who Is Kelly's long-time asslavT' ",1.1 falls stated his readiness, to meet, from ,the State I Forest Service at ,, a program designed 1 to give employ* < ;I j Ill a For further Information contact the
tant and hand-picked successor.' with the committee to work out further around $30 per thousand and replac- ment to youthful first-time offenders. Mrs. Canova said that represen- Florida State Employment Service,
Records show that Sandra Norman details.A ing the present trees with live oaks, tatives front other groups will be ap- 209 W. Call St.. (Old Courthouse),
has opened her campaign account to keynote of the proposed beautifl- which have an average life span of 200 pointed to assist the Woman's Club Starke, FL 32091 Phone 9648092.
seek the post of Supervisor of EleetIooa Concerned CitizensTo with this project, and that a planning 6/191tchg '
now held by 18 year veteran

Neva County Flynn.Commissioners Dave SFCC Classes Move.:i to Vo-Tech Center Membership Hold Drive I

Shuford, District 1; Maxie Carter, Santa Fe Community College, has Still another change,all classes this
District 3,and Hazel Paulk,District, moved their Summer B term classesto term are reduced to $10.00 per credit Concerned Citizens of Bradford A deal
are up for re-election. Mrs. Paulk has the Vo-Tech Center In Starke. hour. This Is the only term we reduce County Inc. membership drive is now to keep
announced she will not seek reelection Registration will still be at the fees for classes, it will go back up to in progress. The membership card is
but Shuford and Carter are Bradford High School, where our of- $"00 per credit hour in the FalL one dollar and is valid from July I,
expected to run. fice is located. May we stress, this You still have time to register for 1980 to June 30, 1981.
Vying, so far, for the Group S seat move Is only for the Summer B term, the Summer term, at Santa Fe. We Join the organization that Is bring- 3kohmInsiWl
vacated by Mrs. Paulk are Joe Warren classes will resume in the Fall at the will register today (Thursday, June ing pride; and.services back to com- .
Wilbur Waters and Homer Hart. high school. 19),from$oo arm to 1:00 p.m.* i:3O munities. y' -r support Is greatly
Several other names are rumored but Another change, is that the night p.m. to 4:00'p.m. with an evening needed to fw MT these efforts. a wlected Whirlpool cmtr.l1'airconditioner
none has yet announced. classes at Santa Fe Community COllege registration tonight from 6:00 p.m. to Please respond positively when
Opposition for Shuford or Carter in Starke, will meet this Mon 8' 1 p.m. We will also register Friday representatives (rem Concerned before summer and get BMagoavox
has not yet developed. day, June 23rd not June 24th, all' i .. 1 8:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m. 1:30 Citizens approach you for your sttreo forjust$2umore.
School Board Members J R. Summer catalog read. pan to 4:00 p.m. membership. system
(Jimmy) Lawson,District,and Vet
non Parmenter. District 4, are up for If you're look ingfora quality,well-desiirncd central -
re-election. As far as he knows now. .- ;. miditKHirr: your Whirlpiiiil healing and
Lawson, finishing a two year term cooling products dealer is Hinging your SOUR
and due to run for a full term,will be a To emphasize what a!Hind investment aWhirlpoolcentral

candidate. Parmenter says he plansto We Will Be Closed air conditioner: ( } is fur y"ur home
run. No other candidates have announced this summer we'lllhniw in li Magnavox Oiiiipim-
to date for the school board. ent Stereo System for only$20 more if you install

Starke Races: selected: Whirlpool central airciinditioiier, or
Friday
heal pumpbef.ireJul"WD.' .
First primary of an off-year city That's a(I.mplt'I I (>m liinilahle,
election with only three city commission amplifier tuner,8- .tnnJt: tape! player
seals up for grabs, Is set the
same date the county's primary- and tnw ipeaken-all for$20*,barely the

Tuesday Sept. 9. : price rrf a ctxiple of albums! v">
Registration books also close AIM!with yiiur Whirlpool l
for the city election. Qualifying dates dulY.l1hand central alrolllditillner.you
are noon July 8 through noon July 22. can be humming along in
Councilman Wilbur Waters has announced coil comfort all l summer .
he won't seek re-election to long. /V I IKIW,before the
his Group 1 seat. Waters is running a.
Call :
heat's oa ynur ky
for the county commission. Saturday July 5th denltrtmlay '
Councilman Harold Epps has announced Whirlpool ( E +
Offer giwrl at participating ws ,
he won't seek re-election to I
his Group 3 post because he wants to dealers CIIlly.U11p..9.1.

devote more time to family and To bettor serve our customers will be open emu.,
church. Jimmy Crosby is,so far, the \ !
only candidate to announce for Epps' !
post. Thursday July 3 until 6:00: pm. r.
Group S City Commissioner Ted
Oglesby says he probably will run for
re-election. Oglesby has no announced -
opposition, so far.
Candidates for city races qualify THURSDAY- Jell 3 gears arc:
with Clerk Merrill Edwards, county ...
races with Supervisor of Elections .,
Neva Flynn state candidates with the DRIVE-IN open 7:00: am 6:00: pm,
Secretary of State in Tallahassee.


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first two loans under the $7 applications with six or seven close) to be In Bradford County and they must
million Housing Finance Program for being approved for closing. be single family and owner occupied.
middle income families were made Watt The new construction Involved
Hardenbergh. of
t a1 ,le frr %, ? by Guaranty Federal Savings and Keystone State Bank, told president this paper should be on a house or building. He
Loan Association of Starke explained that the
on that his bank has one application figures change
Wednesday June 18. with a total of ding. pen- from month to month and at the present
$68,000 loaned by the local lending In Harold Davis, branch manager of time the maximum appraised
stitution. value or sale price with tot included
Guaranty Federal in Starke pointedout r
Bradford County Housing Authority GF has eight loans already should not exceed just over 54000. t
received $8.3 million last month to be or nearly approved. These processed he A family must have maximum Income ,
loaned to persons wanting to build said amounted to more than a of $21,935 of medium income.
0 new homes or new buildings. Additional $l 000 Income Is
permitted -
quarter!ot>> a million dollars In loans.
Three banking institutions agreed for each family member over 4 in
I to participate in the program and The three lending Institutions have number.
have been taking applications since nine months to process applicationsfor There are two qualifications for
early last month. the loans and all loans must be loans as to income: 1) principal and
Guaranty Federal has $3 million Issued 13 months from the date Brad- Interest, real estate taxes and hazard
available, Florida Bank at Starke has ford County received approval of the insurance should not exceed 28% of
$3.25 million available and the money being available which was last gross monthly Income; 2)) Total
Keystone State Bank has $750,000 May 6.Davia. payments including mortgage should
available for the program. outlined guidelines for persons not exceed 30 percent, including car
obtaining the loan money from and personal loans, of gross monthly
The first closing at Guaranty his firm. The property Involved must income.
Federal involved the purchase of a '
house at Conerly Estates located two -
miles west of Starke on CR 18.Cassels St Edwards Church Halt
Builders, Inc., built a $40,000 house
for Mrs. Pauline T. Conerly. She BINGOEvery
received a $31,000 loan at 11 1/2 per-
cent Interest over a 30-year period.
Saturday 7:00: P.M. -
Getting the Lowdown With Mrs. Conerly are her daughter and son-in-law.Mr. The second loan amounted to 411 N Temple Ave Starke Fla
$35,000 which went to Robert Cain
and Mrs. Dean Camth operators of Cassels Builders
Mrs.. Pauline Conerly left, and Guaranty Federal Inc. In background Is George Roberts chairman of the who is in the process of building his
Manager Harold Davis discuss details of a home loan closUFA which sold the $8.3 million bond Issue which put $7 own house. on the Santa Fe River near
Ing Wednesday morning, the first loan to be closed under million Into the county home building market. Graham.A
the county's Housing Finance Program. check with J. E. Tomlinson, NOTICE
president of Florida Bank at Starke
revealed that his firm
has received 15
Bradford County Board of County Commissioners

Sees $660,800 hearing for proposed use of Federal) Revenue Sharing
Casey
I t if Funds for the Fiscal year ending September 30, 1981.

Meeting Date: Monday, July 7, 1980

In New School FundsTentative The Shutterbug Time: 2:00 P.M.

Meeting Place: Bradford County CourthouseA

school money figures Approved plans for a $56,000 1>-440 E. W. Madison 904-2030 or 964-8149 hearing will be held at the above time and place

show Bradford County receiving renovation of the BHS gym, and regarding the proposed use of Federal Revenue Sharing
$660,800 more state funds than lasl authorized a call for bids. Bids will be
year but the unconfirmed Information opened at noon July 3 in a special SpecialThurs.Fri.&Sat. Funds In the amount of $137,000 which the Bradford

leaves the school board and Supt. meeting in an attempt to get the project U County Board of County Commissioners expect to
Tom Casey hesitant to act. under and completed before
school begins.way receive for the fiscal year ending September 30,1981.All .
It will be June 30 before the Brad- I
ford district will receive written Schematic design approval was Interested citizens are invited to attend the hear.

be money figures on which a budget can given plans to add, a cafeteria and 3 18 x 10&4 Wallets y ing. Any citizen has the right to make written or oral
based. Supt. Casey said Wednesday new classrooms to Hampton Elemen-
afternoon. Several school administrators tary In a separate building just northof comments with regard to possible uses of the funds.
are in Orlando now at- the present round building. Cost Is $1200
Gilbert S. Brown
tempting to learn as much as possible placed around $220,000 but Supt.
about the current confused situation. .-- Owner Joe Sapp
board off Clerk
Casey and the are holding to the Board
Open Thurs. a Fri. 6:30 pm lo B:00 pm "r Sat 8 00 *m to 6 OO pm" 7l
The state's new Truth In Millage going further until new budget figuresare
bill. called TRIM, has set the known.
weighted full-time-equivalency
(WFTE) figure at a guaranteed
1101.38, up from$989 this past year.
The $1,101.38 is set. and won't fluc-
WALTERo
.JIM OFFERS
tuate up or down as it has in the past.

The new WFTE figure means $112
more per pupil than last term, and


will used results The cut above.county's in that the figure$660,800 cost-of-livlng!)slightly increase however.A figure Index. / M C 3 R T UA Atr


new Index has not been received by
Supt Casey but last year Bradford
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.received S&2 percent.of,aU funds.it.. ,, Annual
flkl ; k
warned because the State Department J ceiitage .-. tlattt.. ,
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'" FINANCINGTO / .t
.Jot Education's cost-of-Jlving inde"] '. 'I".j" .. .
says it costs less to live in Bradford ate
.County. .
New funding figures also include
the $25,000 homestead exemption on 1 '
schools. HIS CUSTOMERS

The legislature also approved a
discretionary two mills of property
lax for construction, but the local
school boards do not have to levy this. .' ...i':... ';::! ;" .
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Statewide school millage, with all .;. ..::,:.. :.:. 1 ;..r.!,"1'<,7:,;:...:. .
counties averaged in, should be 4.618 .. "[1.1):,n ..... :;:'!..:;,::..{. .)"O't'; ., 7'.J
mills, Supt. Casey says. That is considerably -, .J j., ,,'J.'I" .:':;r.l.: .;,:".... .:,.5j. 't./:,,: \ -
below the 6.4 minimum re-' :,:" \,:,.:.,..: 'q "''''f.,1.iJ) ;:. > ?(
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quired effort the Bradford school "A\\"i11\ I \I (
board had to levy least year receive
it full complement of state school fun- a.
ding.
Since Bradford County has a high
assessment, compared to some coun-
ty'*, the local required school millage
should drop considerably Supt..
Casey told the school board Monday
night.
The supplemental school appropriations -
bill, the same one which X.
set the WFTE figure of$1,011.38 also ''rte> erm
contains language which states that / y lrG.

priority shall be given to Instructional

salary Increases. The increases will the PRESIDENT-4 Bedrooms 2 Baths .
vary from county to county, Supt. ?
Casey said, and may not be the$1,500 -

published by the for state all media, which Have you been stymied trying to find financing to facts and low building costs. Let us show you how -..

was The an Legislature average did areas.not do many build on your property? There's no such problemat you can save money. lots of it. by doing someor -

things at the last minute that the Jim Walter Homes. < and it won't cost you an all of the inside finishing yourself. Let us show
Department of Education is still arm and a leg., Jim Walter can build and finance you the Jim Walter way. how we will finish your
unraveling exactly what has been your new home for only 10% annual percentagerate home to. almost any stage, from the "shell" (un-
and how the made will
done changes the V2% that would have to for finished inside to 90% You tell
be implemented.That is why it Is taking ;not 11 you pay ) up complete. can
so long to get written Informationthis an F.H.A, mortgage, or even more for conventional us how much of the interior to do, then you take
year, Supt. Casey told the school financing. And with Jim Walter mortgage financing over and finish the rest. Do the electrical finish the
board. ,there are NO points and NO closing costs. You wallboard install the inside doors and trim The
"I think "we can run superintendent a good school only pay for what you get. And, with our almost more you do for yourself the more you'll save. It's

assured program.the board members. .instant service credit approval is usually only amatter the Jim Walter way for you.to have more home for

Casey says some money increasesare of a day or two, not the red-tape delays that less money. i

transportation due in other from areas the $12 such million as cgn take up to a month or more with so many. So 'if you own property and want to build a new Walter Homes for no-obligation information and

appropriation passed by the !financing, institutions.Let home come to where 10%annual percentage rate the cost of building on ycur property. Call, stop by.

legislature, but he does not know how us show you the more than 20 homes' from financing is no problem. Come to where the cost of or send the coupon to our nearest display park
much this county will receive of that. which you may choose. Let us give you complete building low and the value is high. Come to,Jim today. .

"What Is the pupil-teacher ratio?"

asked Supt.Chairman Casey said Arthur the entire Gaskins.SystemIs ,Homes built on your property to almost any WE DO. IT RIGHT!!! I

based on a 1-25 P-T ratio, except In
K-3 where the Primary Education stage from the shell up to 9O% complete.
Program (PREP) Is expected to .......... tmmmmmmm
reduce the P-T ratio to 1-22.4S. Under
the program primary specialists will N FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! H

be working In the schools In additionto II O JIM WAITER HOMES ,IM.II r-.... rf<,ii.l BQ
regular teachers with the main ... W'JJ4lII', HOMES
responsibility of identifying instruc- ..-. II/III. t would like to have mora Information and the coil H
tion levels.System-wide there will be of building on my property I understand there' would jSb
10 more teachers working, six In the .. no obligation/ la buy and that you would give mo H
PREP and two more In special educa\. these facts free of charge, fft

tion."How much lower can it go?" Jacksonville Fla. 32216 Ocala, Fla. 32670 NAMi B|

Gasklns asked. ADDRESS m
out the legislature .
has Casey passed pointed slate law which lowers the ,P.O.. Box 16965 P.O. Box 954 CITY ,, sTAn..tuta ___gllt ,.--? .
P-T ratio. in K-3 to 1-20 by next year. *.......I..h.( ..") -
622 Hwy. 3001 South Pine St. "
Intent .of the legislature Casey' Phillips ,. ; If ........ pIoeM! glva..1_..... .. H
pointed) out, Is to remediate In the early U.S.'fl'South I ,.. .,- ,L. ,."'" PH. 732-3714 '
grades and, thereby, avoid problems .. '
In later years. PH .733.3250 '. .""/J. ',' '.,., \, o ntre.' ty..ht ___' ---,. Hmmmmm
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Sixty-six years ago The Telegraph editor Woman's Club is to be commended for once 41. ... ? /,,.., .
took his pen in hand and wrote: again spearheading such a project, but to at- Xi
tain the desired goal-that of making Starke I hope that our dry spell will be ". rv -,
"Starke is an attractive town, and largely and a clean and beautiful town-will require broken by the time this Is printed. Our r *.' ""
pastures, field and fate
crops gardensare "
so on account of its ornamental shade
many the effort of other civic organizations; the beginning to show extreme stress,
trees. Chamber of Commerce, school and production will be cut drastically

"Trees make any town beautiful. No town as Future: Farmers of America: thepvo-tech days.It If ram. doesn't come In the next few

can be beautiful without them. The cities that horticulture department, and volunteer labor

are most famous throughout the world for from the nearby correctional institutions, seems like stressed plants are

their beauty are the ones that which have been so helpful with civic projects more susceptible to Insects: and Debris across street from Church of Christ.
have the most trees. in the past. disease. 1977 If a year to remember
when we had a severe summer
drought and corn ear worms, army a..Qltss .

"A vine-clad cottage, :. All members of the Com the worms effects and of other the Insects drought: compounded

nestling among trees, shrub- mission voiced their approval
bery, and flowers is pleasing : w Tuesday night and offered Damaged corn was also hit by the
to the eye, but an emperor's suggestions for making the aflaxtoxm molds,and this caused problems
in and the
without of and beautificationtrees marketing feeding
palace, a setting clean-up corn crop
and shrubbery is not at project successful. Streets

tractive. Chairman Wilbur Waters, A good rain or two could re-
whose department will be vent these problems. However,rain is

"Every property owner rosnisiMp for the city's partljyted !- part of the weather-we talk about
It but can't actually do about elf
anything
should plant trees. When one to meet with .a dies or is removed, another. t t a ;Uic wwM should be planted in its place., ial formed?.'."tO'! Trees are among the most mechanics of getting started. Treatment Ineffective

beautiful and useful things in Il Fire antI are a problem that is
creation, and the man who \ causing\ a lot of concern In our area
makes two trees grow where An important role is being The following Is a situational statement -
Another ilr;>d oak by Dr. Phil Koehler, our en-
only one grew before is a played by County Forester tomologist at the University of 46e
public benefactor" on Walnut Strl'c't. Mark Fries who has com- Florida.


Tuesday night, the Starke City Commis- I an inventory of the trees bordering "For service the past work several has been years minimal Extension -

sion renewed its pledge to cooperate with the ". streets, and has found most of them since effective fire ant controls have
Starke Woman's Club and other civic groupsin been cancelled for use. Currently
'v nearing the end of their normal life
spanof ..
tree-renewal cleanup registered materialsare) generally
a -
program Stare 100 years. They should be replaced now by the materials
same applied for ant
of the +
of the town to restore to some
young trees obtained at low cost from the controls in non-cropland areas .i Kyf Y ti J X ri'razip
beauty and attractiveness that has been lost in Florida Forest Service, the county forester advised Diazinon Dursban, and Chlordaneare R
recent years due to the loss of many trees by or vise!' tarke's streets will be the most effective materials and
age and disease; the deplorable condition of should be applied as 4 mound drenchto
almost ', within
the
i trees next decade.We .
kill the Even with mound
many vacant lots within the city, as well as queens. a
property cluttered with unsightly junk, and drench 2-3 applications may be need-
ed for mound
control.
complete
think of other of
and can no project more
va-
many dangerously decaying buildings
cant homes that are a hazard to health and importance than a thorough clean-up cam There currently no registered

safety, as well as an offense to the eye.It paign, and replacement of trees in our city. product which can be applied In
pastures and cropland It is clear that
is a task that is greater than any one The pictures on this page tell the story. With no material should be registered for

organization can handle, even with the united effort, we can give that story a happy fire extensive ant control.use on The large major acreages reason for Is

cooperation of the city government. The ending. the fact that fire ants become dominant
species In an area after
widespread ,chemical treatments.
Chemical controls that wipe out all
ant species in an area end up with fire
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r Mv* ment. Fire ants have evolved to exploit
i. ecologically disturbed habitats.
Future controls will most certainly
require individual mound treatment
for high intensity problems plus environmental -
management to reduce
the overall problem.

Research on chemical control of
fire ants has been continuing at the Junk in shell of building burned out in fire over :UI t > years! ago
USDA laboratories In Gainesville. still remains! is hazard to adjoining( business! buildings<< OIl K.: 'all
Amdro AC 217-300 is the most promising Street.
new chemical being tested
or l Amdro Is a slow-acting stomach
poison that provides 90( percent con-
A. trol with only 4 of active ingredient Hopefully HO will learn from past .
r 'r.: per acre. frame Amdro received -. mistakes and not use any ctiomical i Iin N ,.' \\. \
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I f, an experimental use permit for widespread eradication! programs 'rOUIiPID t'
: !. non-cropland use. In I960 an experimental designed to I real M million acres of s 1 1565 f
t land Treatments should
J: 1 use permit for largescale hedl'l'clopl.'I1a. l .
treatments of 100.000 acres of indiiiduul mound applications for --
f It-; Jj pastureland In the southeast United medical and other high! intensity problems -
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ry' fit
j :'V" M. fi Slates will be used to evaluate different but regression of the overall Founded In 1565 by Pedro
.. ? '", "" -Ir; Amdro. formulations. problem i i. expected to come from Mtnendd de Avil i,.
low .......' :.:: l ... (\1'l" 1 :t1i Americas. Cyanamid is pursuing a sophisticated environmental m.iniigo St. Augustine, FUt\ the
1rI1"U ,, erof '. I !'f! ";;;;i'Hrj.'S.! conditional registration for Amdro>> ment technnlogN Research,work on oldest permanent settlement ,
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Methodist Church '" .

Honors New Minister

} Iiy Members of the First Vnited

'' Methodist Church presented a brief
program In the church sanctuary Sun- fllw flJoeia( ;ride

h day evening, June 15, honoring Rev. ;
and Mrs. Warren D. Langer, Jr. and
daughter Allison. : ,
i Musical selections .gl.J" moot" .. ,
were presented '
by the chancel choir, the children's & /fl I / ,

I choir and solos by Mrs. Lee Harden- te' {JI."r. .. j
brook and Mrs. Glenn Polk. f/ ., .rew I
Dr. Richard Odom of the ,
chairman '7608. ,
Administrative Board the ,
gave .. I "U". ".
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welcome and Introduced the pro- j' ,0" ": '1"" "
gram. Rev. Don Denton closed with .
the benediction. -:;TButler -

Following! the program the United Merle Ar
Methodist Women gave a receptionfor 'a Mrs. Ann.Schulz
the Langers In the Fellowship Hall .David rItMpt New BPW PresidentMrs.
under the direction of Mrs. O.L.
Haynes, Jr., chairman of local church Ann Schulz was Installed
activities. Punch and cookies were 'u of president of the Starke Business and
served from a table covered with a' Je I ugh 0 feUKV andYOwW'Beach professional Women's Club at their
white cutwork cloth centered with an ter o f, meeting May 27 at the Chamber of
arrangement of daisies and white and 'v of'Jacksonihdj. ; ar w 'Y Commerce building.
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yt hydrangeas. viilp son lttlllert Lib Outgoing president Mrs. Faye I
F Approximately 75 members and QE >< ..weMiuUtedlnlacison Bowman installed the following of- N,
'' ntoers to serve with Mrs. Schulz: first
4 Wy guests attended to welcome. the a
Langer family. a tn tyke-president. Mrs. Lucille Shuford; I
I je;,' ;er ance 4"s *nd vice-president, Mrs. Faye I
..A oryla lietYfen n. BoWman; secretary, Mrs. Mildred
Cheri Lynn Scheetz, ; 'Tye; and treasurer, Mrs. Barbara I
tee and 'Watts.
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Andrew H. Crews yellow roses. A delicious salad supper and award
Marriage Friday Larry Wells, organist and Carroll ; presentation to Christie Faulkner
Cayer, trumpet soloist, presented a preceded the installation.Mrs. .
Miss Cheri Lynn Scheetz and An- program of nuptial music. v Schulz presented the outgoing
drew H. Crews will repeat their vows Russell Soulurle of Los Angeles attended president, Mrs. Bowman with a plaque
Friday, June 20, at 7 p.m. in Grace as best man and Robert Car- and a gift.Enjoying .
Baptist Church with a reception mll1tf\(. adteprville was an usher. this affair along with the
following In the.church FellowshipHall. Mrs. Carole Butler served as BkW' members were Mrs. Grace
matron of honor. She wore a pale blue rllv (Faulkner and daughter, Christie.
All friends and relatives are Invitedto lace with white daisy hair orna-
Mr. and Mr*. Robert EVSB KensJag attend. 11\ nt gown W/fled a daisy nosegay.en + J __.m.4acr

t" as ida at
Diane Eatman and Robert i lacewent and Mrs. Donnie Bagwell and
Keuning
Byron, visited relatives in Her-
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Ellen George, and carried d Mv( fm R iepGiven mitage, Tenn. Saturday to Wednes
Married May 17 in Jacksonville Hal Edwards :- in ma(* ftelather) Martha DorXto asJTO Wed the bride wore a white lace, short willegar attended the wedding of Sal-
Diane Lynette Eatman, daughter of kept the guest book.The To SaturdayMiss sleeve gown overlaid with white ly Klllian and Steve Blakewood Saturday Mrs. Raiford Epperson has returned -
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Eatman of cake and punch tables were Ellen George and Hal Ed- organdy. She wore a white lace, narrow evening at the Methodist Church, from the Gainesville Convalescent
Jacksonville and Robert Evan Keun covered with white satin cloths with wards will be united in marriage brim hat with full length veil and Hawthorne and reception following at Center where she was a patient for
ing of Jacksonville, son of Mrs. Wanda lace overlay and lavender ribbon Saturday, June 21, at 10 a.m. In the carried a white daisy and yellow rose the home of the bride's parents. several weeks.

L. Keuning and the late Al A. trim. First Presbyterian Church with a cascade bouquet. ,_.._-_.-.__._----_. ,.. .. _._ _._.
Keuning of Starke'were united In The bride's table was centered witha reception following In the. church A reception was held at the bride
marriage Saturday, May 17, at 7:30: four tiered wedding cake decorated Fellowship Hall. and groom's new residence at 3130 Jl[ Friends ofGriffin
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p.m. in Wesley United Methodist with lavender roses and flanked by All friends and relatives are Invitedto Laurel Grove So., Jacksonville. Ruth ;: : rrvdel
Church In Jacksonville with Rev. silver candelabras with flower arrangements attend Hochman greeted the guests at the
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uncle of the bride officiating. white daisy mums,blue straw flowers The bride's table was centered witha & Z
Centering the choir loft was a gold and baby's breath. Mrs. Shirley Methodist Group 5 threa (tared pillared cake topped *f' i1Ji '
15 branch candelabra with burning Knight and Mrs. Jlnnle Hancock cut wMhV: sW iflod: encircled with ivy : : tapers flanked by gold spiral the cake. Holds Dinner and yellow flofyts. .The cake was r"" '
candelabras. On either side of the The punch table was centered witha Group Five' of the First United Wirer by IfltJtlna Japers In # ffe rnent Birthday
chancel were two urn arrangements punch bowl encircled with greenery Methodist Church closed their last holde .. PartySaturday
of yellow, lavender and white daisy interspersed with yellow, lavender meeting until September at a Dutch Mr. Libby Administrator at Brad- '
mums,white gladiolus and blue straw and white daisy mums and lavender treat dinner last Thursday night at ford County Hospital., : June. 28th From 3-5 PM
flowers. ribbons. There were hurricane lampson the Western Steer Steak House. #
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Guy Priest, soloist, presented a program encircled with greenery and flowers. guests were Rev. and Mrs. Warren D. Mr. andM of i ji f' Dept. Store
of nuptial music. Mrs. Dot Cooper and Mrs. Jo Good- Langer Jr. and daughter, Allison, North KlngsvTJlb. Ohio and Sandy J
AI Keuning of Starke attended his son, all of Jacksonville assisted In ser. and several husbands of members. Brock\\l8' If Vonneaut Ohio were ford Square
brother best man. Ushers were j.1., : "
as ving.Following guests 01 ..M.c..4and : .Mlchael > .
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Baresel and Whitford of / ---- -----
Craig Ralph a wedding trip to the Gilhooly WedneSday to'Sattin/ay.
Jacksonville and Bob Wilkerson of Saky Mountains the couple Is !. t. ,jj' A 4. .
Orange Park. infixing In Jacksonville.
Miss Susan Hlte of Jacksonville at The bride graduated Summa Cum
tended as maid of honor. Attendants Laitfs from Jacksonville University;
were Mrs. Vicki McMullen Braden-- is a member of Phi Kappa Phi honor
ton, Mrs. Joyce Summers of Orange -.cleW) | and is employed as an
Park and Mrs. Pat Vrloste of Denver, ewslBeer. with Southern Bell.
Colo., sister of the groom. They were The groom graduated with honors
attired ,alike in blue"giana gowns from Massey Business College and is "
featuring' fin empire.waist accordlan a computer programmer with In..Ij. .. IIIhl/ n i' r-. ... ..,.... J. :..,lat..r'a;
VJ pleated,skirt and spaghetti straps. A: .Carnett ParUnett Systems Inc. ..,f'I"i 1 tn'tnn ,' .
chiffon capelet covered the bodice.
They wore blue silk flowers and n
Little Women Have
In their hair and carried
nosegays of yellow, lavender and Daytona Beach Outing ., r 1'
white mums, blue straw flowers andbaby's
Nine members of the Little
breath. Women's Club enjoyed weekend ,
a
Given In marriage by her father the A
outing June 6-* at Daytona Beach. I J 1
bride wore a gown of Sataglo featuring !
Taking the outing were Kathy Grif-
a high slip neckline and bishop fls, Mary Anne Miller, Michelle Sapp,
sleeves edged In Venice lace. Her full
. Tammy Baldree Karen Chitty, Tam-
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train adorned with
sweep Venice was lace. Her matching veil my Powell, Ann Brooks Kim -
fingertip demons and Stacie Denmark. The :
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illusion was attached to a Juliet cap girls were accompanied by their _
and covered with
was matching Mrs. J.J. Wolbert, Jr: and
sponsor
Venice lace. She carried of
a nosegay Mr. Wo; bert. and Mr. and Mrs. Steve 2a
white roses, lavender and white Cardin. :

miniature. carnations and baby'sbreath. -

A reception was held in the church UUIe Women's
Fellowship Hall. Miss Linda Crider Club Danee
The Little Women' Club will hold
Hawaiian dance Saturday June 27,
Piano, Flute. French from 9 to 12:30.: Dress..beachclothes.

Horn Recital Held All Mens Short Sleeve

Friday Night tttras,

Joey Herres pianist, Beth p tray, Mrs. T.H. Slade returned Sunday !
flutist and soprano and Betsy Yawn from Boca Raton and Miami where Sp1iifts
French horn performers gave a she visited her daughters, Susan
recital Friday night at the Whelchel and Flo O'Brlan while
Stare Woman's Club. recuperating from a fall.

Guests were received at the door by Levi Robert Bruce Wrangler, i -_
Mrs. John W. Griffin. Ushers Barry YOU ; ?
and Gary McDuffie handed out the
programs and Mrs. Herb Herres AUTO Jantzen Manhattan: -
presented rosebud corsages to Mrs. .
Mona Canova, Miss Yawn and Miss KNOW' rAUMens

Patray. .
The musicians were received by an By1Cm : '"' "
appreciative audience who gave theman \ >
enthusiastic ovation at the conclu- loss
sion of their recital. '
Joey Herres presented numbers by Q. My wife has a 1979Cordobe
J.S. Bach, accompanied by Mrs. that she has r Y
Mona Canova Chopin, Cyril Scott. lil... since the ear was '
drive. off the showroom f '
Debussy and Leouona. psi .
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Beth Patray presented Sonate II for floor last summer. Evn ; Levi
flute and piano by J.S. Bach accom- though It .U used only Ia .'
panied by David Benson, pianist from tow. It has always' used ggar
1 fii
Melrose. Betsy Yawn presented the Mire oil that It should I i
Concerto 13 In E flat Major by Mozart find BO signs of leaks and
accompanied by Mrs. Canova. Olive wondered If yen might
Dungan, soprano sang Eternal Life have any wile.edo.s7
accompanied by Joey Herres. The se- A. Your may have
cond part of the Haydn Concerto was babied"' 'her car too much.
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played on a Rhodes Electric Piano The cylinder walls In a new Lori
loaned by Mrs. Cindy McRae.A engine areth, and ii -
reception for the performers was bout 1,000 miles of Denim Suit a
held in the Sun Parlor of the club>> driving are needed before
house following the recital. Hostesseswere piston rings seat suf.
MatchinrJeaRIME
Miss Susan Edwards, Mrs. R.G ficiently to effectively r.
Paterson and Mrs. Herb Herres. prevent oil from seeping
Refreshments were coordinated by "Babying" the
assisted bY =could cause glaze to
Miss Edwards who was
r the youth of the Presbyterian Church.. up between cylinder s June 20th thru'J n lf
MISS towards and Miss Betsy.Yawn wails ana rings, preventing %' +
effective sealing. Have .
served the punch. Home-made "
cookies and cake were served from your wife drive on the. t ,
I the lace covered table that was >freeway for 10 minutes STUM
centered by an arrangement of rosebuds every time she starts the i
grown and designed by Mrs. ear for the next several ,:t"
Herres. days. If the oil loss does 4
Out-of-town! guests Included Mr. not .stop, you'll havendd '
r and Mrs. Hudson Cowart and Carl hone the cylinder
Peterson of Jacksonville; Dr. and replace the piston rings .
Mrs. J.W. Patray and Mrs. Faye McCormick ..i.iAfga
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Dixie Minor Tw\!,Ins Swim Party Loita Allvandl 1 In Pageant

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Team members: and coaches of the brook Todd Parker Allen Porter, Lalla Allvandl, daughter of Abdoul was asked 10 L oe a guest.u' IN L nunur. n ne
Dixie Minor Twins baseball team enJoyed Cordell Strong and Andre Williams. and Tryphenla Allvandl and grand escorted the little girls and young
a swim party, and cookout at Chaperoning the event were: Coach daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.M. ladles on and off the stage. Shannon
;John StanwU-Hay's place on Silver and Linda Powers, Coach and Gerrl McRae of Conerly Estates was a con- also awarded the winners with
Lake Satllrclay.11IIMI '7. Lewis and Ray and Peg Stanwix- testant In the Florida State trophys and gifts.
After morning practice at the Hay. Hemisphere Pageant May SI and Leila was sponsored by CommunityBank
Pratt Street Field; coaches Robert ... June 1 held in Orlando at the Court of NuWaves,Holiday Inn and Pig..
Powers and Jim Lewis took the hallplayers Flags Hotel and came In in the top )Ely Wlggly.
In their trucks to Silver Lake.
Seniors from BHS on a five day ten.Lalla .
Swimming and water games wenenjoyed w competed In a short peach silk Itatltrom.-
before and after a lunch of cruise: to Nassau this week are: Elise 1 Lex
Lex Green and grandson,
organza party dress with white patent/ Mrs.
grilled not dogs baked beans cola Johns, Karen May, Kathy Grider, Z. + shoes and matching purse. Sanders spent Thursday to Sunday
slaw, chips, aoduj watermelon and Kevin Miller Handy Samons, Bobble During the personal interviews held with Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green in
Pierce, Andrews, Teena Norman -
cupcakes.) Items were con Lex entered the Jogging
by the judges for personality poise Tallahassee.
Ruth Tucker, Al Chapman and
tributed by the parents. and beauty Leila wore a blue denim Run at MIccoBukee near Tallahasseeon
Team members present were: Christie Faulkner. Seniors from overall outfit! trimmed In white eyelet Saturday and came in third.
Keystone also on the cruise are Terri
Jason Crews. Brian Davis, Tim with a red bandana scarf and carrieda
Lewis. Dude Paladino. Dewey Mohr Natalie Lynn Myers, Carla Barnhlll, straw basket with red trim. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers and
Minor Connie Mike
Christie Faultier Williams, John Stanwix-Hay, Rob Walrath Trlest.. Shannon Smith, a cousin of Lalla, daughter, Jenifer of Atlanta were
.Powers Da Cassels.Marcia Brow Sanders. Beth and Betsy and son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith Saturday to Monday guests of their
Christie Faulkner Shawn !itarllag.Tommy Len Harden- Boatwright LalUAHvaadl was last years Master of Florida and parents,Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison.


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oldies but goodies and modern sounds NO. 2150 REG. $32.99
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9:30 p.m. Bullington's Studios will AJAX Simulated, hickory finish I
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member will receive an 8 x 10 picture. CLEANSER 3 clean.
After the picture, will be the SIBlnremovlngcle.nser. ? REQ. $49.99
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reading Prophecy a VIP 1200 WATTTURBO
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Come and enjoy all of this, just for GENERAL ELECTRIC3WAY
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June 28, at the Starke Country Club. 9 9 torn scream In worn three
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Mist Ellen- George Jack Slad4Graduates Baptist Youth I F tevlval Next Weekthe Heilbronn Springs

Honored AtBridesmaids with June 22-25 will be a youth extravaganza music ministry.He will be leading VFD Offers Course
LuncheonMrs. High Honors at First Baptist Church. of the music for the revival services and Heilbronn Springs VFD announces
Sarah Newsome and T.H. Slade returned Saturday from Starke. directing fellowship activities with that seven of its members completed
daughter Anne of Gainesville entertained Martin, Tenn..where he attended the Youth activities will be led by col- the youth during the week. die State Certification Course of CPR
at a bridesmaids luncheon graduation of Jack Slade from the lege students who are preparing for One of the highlights of the week Is (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
Saturday at their home on W.University Martin Division of the University!' of church service vocations. a witness training session each day Tuesday June 17.
.-Ave. for Miss Ellen George, Tennessee, Jack I 18 the son of Tom Gary Johnson will be the speaker at which will help the youth of the The 9 hour course was taught by
bride-elect Slade, Jr. of Orange Park and the the Revival Services to be held each church to share their Christian faith. Dennis Rhoden at Northside Baptist
The eight guests Included members grandson of Flo and Tom Slade of evening at 7:30: p.m. He Is a student The young people and all membersof Church. THe seven members were:
of the George and Edwards families Starke. Stetson University In Deland, Fla., First Baptist Church welcome people Ray Hampton, Mildred Howe, Kevin
and bridal attendants. Jack graduated with high honors where he Is preparing for the of our community to participate in Howe.Walter P. Luke,Kathryn Luke,
The dining table was centered with I \ receiving a B.S. Degree with Plant preaching ministry. Before entering these activities. Danny Luke and Terry McCarthy.This .
an arrangement of daisies. Science his major. He received a full college ho served In the Navy as an Day Care course will be taught again
The hostesses presented the scholarship to continue study for his aviation electronic technician. Community later on In the year.
honoree with a silver bowl as a ; Master's fa Plant Science. Also, a Steve Williams Is from Lake Placid, Center Opening Beginning Tuesday, June 24, the
memento of the occasion. ./. ., $.000.00 grant to be used la research.He Fla., and attends Palm Beach Atlantic 3l1-hour Firefighting Course will be offered
will transfer to the University of College where he Is preparing for Community Day Care 1060 North to all members and anyone who
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Tennessee at Knoxville to continuehis Pine St. in Starke Is now accepting would like to become a member.
Miss Ellen George ) studies.! for children 2 to 4
-. Others Jack's Did You Know.,........... applications years its
Shower HonoreeOn attending graduationwere of age who will participate in
Dr. Gray Flynn his father, Tom Slade, Jr., his Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and highly upgraded title XX funded Day
Monday evening June 16. Miss brother Tom Slade III, his mother daughters Christie and Gina of Tampa Care Program.A Concerned CitizensTo
Ellen George bride-elect of Hal Edwards Dr. G. Gray Flynn Judy Slade of Jacksonville Beach, his were Sunday overnight guests of trained staff In early childhood Hold Meeting
was honored with a bath maternal grandmother. Melrose Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin while care wholesome meals prepared on
shower given by Mrs. George A. Receives DegreeOn Grlggs and a great aunt, Mary enroute to the Smoky Mountains for a site and a structured enriched curriculum Concerned Citizens of Bradford
Canova and Mrs. William McRae at Friday June 13. Dr. George Griggs who recently retired from weeks vacatl n. to meet the needs of each County Inc. will hold its general
the Canova home on Kingsley Lake. Gray Flynn returned to the University teaching at Piedmont College child are among the numerous offerIngs membership meeting on Thursday.
The honoree was presented unique of Florida to participate In graduation Demorest.Ga. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson and at Community Day Care. June 26, 1980 In the R.J.E. Gymnasium
to be used in the bathroom of her Care hours are at 7:30 p.m.
gifts excerclses held in the University Miss Erma Wilson attended the Community Day
Auditorium. After completing the re- DM You Knew............ funeral of Miss Leigh Wolverton 21, from 7:30: a.m. to 5 p.m.,Monday thru Election of officers and other pertinent
Guests enjoyed a dessert course Phone 964-6794 for infor business matters will be on the
quirements of academic and clinical In Ponte Vedra on Tuesday who was Friday. more .
served by the hostesses, assisted by studies Dr.Flynn, along with eight of Mr. and Mrs.W.H.Andrews returned killed in a head-on automobile acci- mation. agenda.All members asked to attend
are
Mrs. Frank Palmer Jr. his classmates, was awarded the last week from three weeks trip to dent last Friday night. This Is a service sponsored by Concerned this most
Among the guests were the mothersof degree Doctor of Dental Medicine In Kansas, Las Vegas and touring Bryce Citizens of Bradford CountyInc. important meeting.
bride ana groom, Mrs. William Mini-ceremonies held March 22 I960 and Zion Canyons in Southern Utah. Camping and square dancing were -..
George and Mrs. Bill Edwards and 1 quarter early from the anticipate&date ; enjoyed by members of the
maternal grandmother of the groom of graduation. Mr. and Mrs. H.A.' Lawson Strawberry Swingers square dance Christ
Mrs. Lila Caldwell. Upon graduating from Bradford celebrated Fathers Day and their club at Lake Waldena campgroundnear
High School In 1973,Dr. Flynn attended 52nd wedding anniversary on Saturday Silver Springs over the weekend. Lutheran ChurchBible
Pam Underhill the University of South Florida In with the following family and The outing was held jointly with the
Tampa for three years maintaining a friends visiting them: Mr. and Mrs. Gil T. Squares of Gainesville. Local
Shower Honoree 3.5 grade point average, majoring in Joe Jordan of Live Oak Mr. and Mrs. members attending were Al and Class Recessedfor
Pamela Underhill, whose marriage Chemistry. He was accepted to the Robert Miller of Taylorvllle.Ky.,Mr. Marge Carlisle, Gareth and Becky Summer Months.
to Raymond Whittle will be an event University of Florida College of Den- and Mrs. Bill Morar of Panama City Jones and sons, Marty Barry and
of July 18, was honored at a tistry In September 1976. Mrs. Charles. Lawson of Tallahassee, family, Mac and Carol Baldwin, Ben WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M.
miscellaneous bridal shower on June Dr. Flynn Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Lawson and Kitty Yates of and Louise Hightower and daughter Keystone Lions Club
6 at the home of Mrs. Raymond George Flynn, Jr., of Starke. Lake Wales, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Joey and Linda Baldree and family
Stanwix-May hostess, in Lake Hampton Register of Tallahassee and Mr. and John and Curtis Greene Tom Keystone) Heights' Fla.

Oaks. Did You Know........... Mrs. John Rambo of St. Petersburgand Jackson,Gene and Millie O'Steen and Call 473-4177 9 to'5 p.m.
Amongthe guests were Mrs. their families.Mr. daughter Jeanette and Lynn 473-20O7 After 5 0 m
Hamilton and Art and Anne Schultz.
mother. of the
Richard Underhill Mrs.J.S.Kincaid spent Thursday to
honoree, and ,Mrs. Levi Whittle Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. C.C. and Mrs. Hugh Hutson, Jr., Miss Joanie Miller has been advised MNIB an I=
In
Orlando and
were Saturday Sundayand
mother of the prospective groom. Hoppe in Tampa.Mr. B. Attaway Jr., Deanof
Games were played and prizes won attended a family reunion at the Career Education at Lake City
by Miss Renee Williams Miss Lisa Maxie Carte Sr. at- home of Mr. .and Mrs. Hugh L. Hut-
and Mrs. Community College that her name
Sr. I. 1 1 11
Reddish and Miss Becky Cooper. son,
tended the homecoming at Clay Hill was placed on the Dean's list for
Assisting In serving were Mrs.John Church also She attained
Baptist on Sunday. They academic honor this semester.
Robbie Davis of Jacksonville
Shanbarger Mrs. Randy Crews and attended the Firebirds football game spent a term average of 3.5
Monday to Friday with his uncle and
Miss Jane Stanwlx-Hay. Saturday night in Jacksonville where
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hutson,Jr.
The hostess presented the honoree their grandson, Carlton Faulk Is a Out of town guests at the Debra
with a place fork of her chosen flat-
player. wedding
Mr. and Mrs.James Cash and famI- Prevatt-RIck Stephens
memento of the occasion.
ware as a Mr. and Mrs. Mickey
ly of Orlando were Sunday visitors of Saturday were:
Out-of-state family members atten- her Sen. and Mrs. Agner and children of Ocala, Mr. and
parents Charley
ding the J.H. Moore Family Reunion Mrs. C.R. Fulkerson of Jacksonville 1 1
Shirley Bagwell Saturday, at the home of Mr. and Johns. Mr. and Mrs. William Benz, Mr. arilMrs.

Given Farewell Mrs. Drew Reddish were: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy wereIn R.A. Staube, Mr. and Mrs.
and Christine
Mrs.Rex W. Mixon Jr.
and Mrs.
Bruce Petty, Hugh Edge
Pleasant Hill Ala. Wednesday to
Party Thursday from New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Mason Padget of Gainesville.Mr. .
Mrs. Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Worthy of Hurst Texas;
Employees of the Florida Bank at Gary and
Stringer daughter.
Jean Rathel] of Salisbury. Md.; Mr.
Starke gave a farewell banquet and Mrs. Marlon Harringtonand
Thursday night June 12, at the and Mrs.W.R. Royster S Jr., Billy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields of family of Ormond Beach are
Western Steer Steak House for Mrs. Mike of N. Augusta, : .C.; Mr. and Jacksonville were Sunday guests of spending this week at the J.D.
Donnie(Shirley) Bagwell who Is leaving Mrs. Fred Moore N.C.Jr.and. and Mrs.sons J.M.of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs. Seymour cottage on Kingsley Lake.
the bank after 18 years employ Hendersonville, ; J.H. Fields. Guests Sunday were the Seymoursand
ment there. Edwards, Jimmy Edwards and sons son, Hallle of Ocala.
Mrs. Bagwell, a graduate of Santa Chris and Michael of attended Atlanta the, Ga.reu-A Terri Ai jets Prevatt graduated with
Fe Community College,will enter the total of 78 relatives honors from the University of Floridaon
Add to unusual things found In the
University of Florida on June 23 to nion. Saturday June 14,with a Bachelor 31Ti
mail leaf coated with
a maple ash
receive a degree In education. of In Education She
Pres. and Arts degree. was from
the Mt. St.
Cecelia Terwillegar. Helen's volcano was
The 42 attending the banquet Sec. of Bradford- honored with a luncheon at the home
Faulkner in Gladys Mooty's letter from her
Susan
presented Mrs.Bagwell wiUta double of motherrMrs. AllisonAljets, in
BaJWrtnc.
BoaWV cousin in '
Union County Eugene Oregon."rece19
the silver occasion chafing,<,< dish 'as"a.'memento*- k' ..of*. -'. District Realtors);meeting'mtendeiMhe at'Tht YIa.Breakers Ansr,of i, Keystone Height,,",r'*,..11;..y....,,,...,,M.+ww.,. ,,, ,' ..onda1.'l""""- -ip"r-'*'

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Col. and Mrs. William Wilson
Attending the Florida Press returned Friday after seven weeks
Association spring convention at vacation In England. Their John
son
Sanibel Island over the weekendwere Mrs. Eunice Dukes of Auburndale
Timothy returned with them who had
: Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Mr. spent the weekend with her brothers, been In high school In England the
and Mrs. Bob Ferguson and family the Lawson families. past
year.
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Starke Stars 2nd,. Jr. Stars 3rd





In Tifton Youth TourneyThe


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SUrke Stan finished second In "This made some believers out of a first big youth tourney, started like a

22-team senior boys U-18) field and lot of people... and these guys believe firecracker topping tyiller Brothersof
Starke' first-year Junior Stars were In themselves now." Poulan, Ga., 10-3( and eventual
third of 11 In the Junior boys ((13-15)) Chuck Johnson smacked the ball at tourney champ Mavericks of'Tlfton
r class In the Friendly City Youth Softball a torrid .824 pace Tom Paladin batted 14-10 before being derailed. They lost
Tournament in Tifton, Georgia .778 and rocked five home runs 13-11 to the BoRe Boys of Moultrie
last weekend. (four of the team's seven taters In the Ga. in the winner's bracket finals
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0 1 'IJ I thrashing of Woolard Oil), Kevin and were eliminated by: the
The two-time state champ Stars on Tillman popped four homers and batted Mavericks 14-S. The hometown
Blue 1 .. came at the hands of the .733, Chub Johnson was at .696 Mavericks won five games In k row
r Flames of Tlfton, the 13-U year with two round-trippers, Mike An- after their loss to the Stars topping
old national champ two years ago. In drews hit .629. and XI Chapman .611. the BoRq Boys twice to win the,title.
x H.. the winner's bracket finals the'Flames Those Inflated numbers and the fact
Scott Hudson had nine hits 'for
topped Starke 14-7 and In the a
that above .500
eight regulars were
,. team-leading .643 average for the Jr.
.t- tourney finale Sunday afternoon it (throw in John Thompson and Pat
was the TUton team winning via a Mundorff) prompted McGriff to say it Stars. Craig Sapp hit 600, John Ben
two-out error In the bottom of the of the Stars best offensive nett was at .383 and Blaine Dyal.571!!
was one
seventh. tournaments ever. to round out the four over .500. ff

d .' Before that the Stars had dusted off They scored 79 runs to the opposi Sapp had an Inside-the-park hpjmer:}
Woolard Oil of Poulan, Ga. 25-5 the tions'40, an average margin of 13.2 to and three RBI's In the team's- first

arch-rival Live Oak Patriots II-. 67.It win and both he and Richard Warren
two-time Tennessee state champ A's wasn't all defense though.The opposition homered In the win over'' the

of Johnson City 13-3,and In the loser's got Into double figures only Maverick's with Warren's a three-run
bracket final 1st Federal of Jensen twice in the six games and Live Oak blast. Hudson was 3-or-4 with .three
:\ .. Beach 15-10. 1st Federal was run- which had boasted about the whipping more runs batted In.

nerup at state to the Stars last year they were going to put on Starke,was Bennett had two doubles and threeRBI's
but has never beaten the Starke club. bottled up on just two base hits.
In the loss to BoRo and clouteda
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: The Stars will stay busy with tournaments
l'-"'. ,.r""n, .. The Stars hit .603 as a team with 12 McGriff said to get ready two-run homer to go with Dyal's
'e. \.'.' ..,.... home runs, 11 over the 285-foot bar- for the state tournament which will for-3 day and a for-4 game by

,,\'iI1. rier. That offensive punch "made be held July 18-20 in Winter Haven. James Curtis In the last game againstthe .

some believers", said coach Jerry Nationals are back In Tlfton, July Mavericks.The .
McGriff. "Last year we were 2-2 up 31-August 2. Junior Stars will also be going
there and I think the guys were wor- Winter Have for the
to : slate 13-and-
ried that wemight go up and get embarrassed Jr. Stars Win 2 of 4
under tourney July 18.20. Nationals is
McGrUf said Monday. Junior Stars playing In their
The
Nabbed at the Plate August 8-10 in Tifton..

Post 16 third baseman Bob Hem me tried to score from ,
third on a wild pitch but Starke's Scott Allen (13) had the
ball and lag waiting as catcher Bill Goodge(background)
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Wins 3rd in RowBradford ,

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High School's summer the second game BHS was even
baseball team pushed its second sloppiermaking nine miscues to
season record to 4.3.1 with three winsin allow 11 unearned runs across in the
a rowcapped by a 12-7 win over 19-3! defeat. C
players from the Jay Bergman Gator Mark Williams was 2-for-2 in the EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A a
Baseball Camp in Gainesville Mon first game while Goodge smacked a I

day night. two-run triple to the fence In left in MONEY ve
That team had "as hard a throwing Starke's four run second inning off J
pitchers as we'll see," according to Corky Livers. Clark had the other
BHS coach Mike Hartley, but the RBI with a single while Allen and BACK
Starke team smacked out 14 hits and Sparks had two steals each.
came back from down 5-1 to bury the
GUARANTEE
camp stars. Allen, the loser in game one poked
BHS had swept the Northwest Boys an RBI triple in the second game with
Club 18-0 and 10-1( Thursday night Goodge also singling In a run and
after being blitzed 11-4 and 19-3! by Hudson and Fender coming up with
Gainesville's Post 16 American SAVE 1O'- FRENCH OR ITALIAN :4
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Legion team last Wednesday,June 11. steals for the always-running Starke p EIS FE RDRESSING 4 9 :
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Scott Allen all had three hits, ,.Club IN OM 1 t > .

while Randy Parado was 2-for-3 with W--."..'.111._..('-'). Ia._a.Os .:.:. ;'.'.: .',''H";...;'.';''.':' .u..'...:.!......, :'.!. :":':". ,
three stolen bases and two ribbies and .
Scott Hudson swiped two bases. 0.1..111.....10 10(1( J)It I* ,. .. .. ......... ....
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1Cto, *((0-1)) M. Alo-. :
first win checking the camp team on
two hits while fanning five in four Inn- 0.,....'''.....13 in in i 11 r j
Ings. David Sparks allowed four hits ....*. OM 000 4 0 4 -la.rq I 0 OLD DUTCH PUNCH
.. ,.. 11.5
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"At the beginning we were kind of DETERGENT
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Hartley said. His club fell behind 5-1 Deland's American Legion "B" team
early. "I told Coach Bergman we'd Saturday morning, June 11,at 11 a.m. : OR ICE MILKHALF : 2 80z $1 .Y GIANT $ 19 9
like to play nine innings but at that at home. <
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Club was easier. Goodge shut the LeagueThe .. ... .. .. ... .
Gainesville team down on two hits in Tigers got their first win- andIt .. ..

the opener and got 18.hit supportIn- came against the Dixie Youth l;. PANTRY PRIDE
cluding a 3-for,3 game himself. Minor League leader Lawtey Suns.
Goodge had two triples and four The Tigers squeaked by 18-17. PORTABLE VEGETABLEOIL ERA LIQUID

RBI's while Ricky Sullivan was The Twins won twice 15-10 over the BAR-B-QUE 1.. .Qt ,99
4for4. Scott Hudson 2-for-2 with Indians, and 11-3 versus the Phillies. GRILL Inc -9Ch DETERGENT

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scored Craig Sapp was 3-for-4 with and a single In the Tigers win while 24 INCH PORTABLE $ '-88
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close 71 l|.f.! D.vl4' 11.__rw.to... !. Marty D.,3tk. .JO*.3.. 'INSTANT SASS 40'. le..BYt
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Northside Ends 17-1 I II I
Baptist ,
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Northalde Baptist Church closed "" '""": ,, NWTk
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regular season with a c......_ iC r
,19"I win over Calvary Baptist Church NwMiiMn. Oral Ahem H M$..:M*._ 0,4111 ffifi3VIIT
last Thursday- ending a 17-1 church I...H..__,_...__..._1r. 1
season for Northside. lv.tyi ..R..r Ml 14. .-1 TnUr .... 11H I
1.14?.Silly S.1.N.

Hope Baptist topped Pine Level ..U..._| 11111111. 4 T s.r II Civitan Softball I
.. 4 I I a a 5 114
14-11 in the other of the .r.- Opens Friday Night '
game week .
L.wU M.MM M Ml I M.to*teer K a.L.
but still ended a game short of Pine wM.36.
The 3rd Annual Clvitan Club soft-
Level in the standings "0. Hwm.ed 44 n.i.1..6.24< I*.1.M .
M... M.4. tun*14.,*. H..51.54 J:. ball tournament opens Friday night I
and continues through Sunday with
Greg Alvarez was 3-for-4 with a triple 11-ill:: W5 ,JRP As ballgames at both the Westside and
and double and Ronnie ThomasN.Hhw.L.H. ,, If 14.4 Edwards Road fields.
was S-for-8 with an Inslde-the-park Chunk.laRegister I Tourney Director Jerry McGriff:
homer to lead Northside to Its victory.N".L.wl_.. I:'u said he hoped to have 18-20 teams In

Gerald Hammond was 4-for-4 in the :::= 8.1. the double-elimination event.
Hope win while tea mates Steve nwwaL'i..s .M4lt W.W. Gay of Gainesville will be
Henkle and Lea Boone were both tenter. .... making its first Starke appearance In
J-for-3 with extra base hits. I."ersmol" 111II a while and the Starke Stars were also

in the field as of last week. ,
On line are trophies for the first ,
through fourth place teams first and ;

Now! second place Individuals a Team !
Sportsmanship trophy and MVP and
Church League Champions Home Run awards.

Opening Soon Northside Baptist Church won the Starke Men's Church Lamer Williams Greg Alvarez and Daryl Hilliard; Stan-
League championship for he second straight year. ding. I. to r..Stuart Duncan Chris Lawson. Buddy Revels,
Happy Hours Pre-School and Day-car Pictured from the league winners are: front middle,bat Randy Jones. Coach Al Coston Wayne Woods, Jimmy Lipton Tennis Event

"A Happy Place)for Children" boy Ron Thomas; kneeling, left to right David Thigpen, Alvarez, and Ronnie Thomas. Deadline is June 23

Entry deadline for the Lipton Tea
Hampton Branch Mixed Doubles Tennis Tournament In

Director Gwen Haas 373-8546 Days Wins 1st Starke The tournament is Monday,June sponsored 23. by the i
Clay Co-Op TourneyIn
Transportation
Manager Mary Lou Peoples 468-1950 Evenings Starke Recreation Department, runs

June 26-29 with cost of entry $5 per
'Ixcellent Educational a Development Prograim.Muilc. the first of what is hoped to bear The also won a trophy to keep at the Park's District Office team 25-10 for entry. Register at the Old Armory
'.. Mannari. Movement and MOTHERING. annual get-together the Transportation plant and a plaque which each year the title in the all-day tourney which Recreation Office from 8:30: a.m. to
fore and alter school tore.Vj will be with the drew crowd of and friends. .
Division at Keystone Heights won engraved winningteam's a family 5:30 p.m.Trophies
or lull day program. bragging rights over the other Clay name and belong to the champion Transportation had already beaten will be given to the first
Open Man-Frl. 7:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M. Co-Op divisions by winning the company's until the next tournament rolls Orange Park 16-6, a combined team and second place teams with the winners -

Creative Christian Child.car. 1st annual Softball tournamentKeystone around. from Palatka & Lake Kerr 16-5, and advancing to the Sectional tournament -
6/142.K. / In last Saturday. Transportation topped Orange Public Relations from Keystone 94, in the nation-wide tourna-
before losing to Orange Park 11-8. ment.. .
That loss set up the must-win final. Only Bradford County residentswho
Bob Shumaker and Claude Hardeeled have not been nationally rankedIn
Transportation with .650 batting the last three years are eligible.
averages while Steve Thomas batted Players must supply tennis balls
1 .611 with a team-high 12 runs scored (preferably Penn yellow).
I Roger Donley hit .579 Tyrone
r Mathews .526 and Fred Wheeler.524.
They hit.533 as a team outscoring the Ballet May Be

opposition 73 runs to 38. Offered in Starke
"We had several fellows here (at
Clay Electric In Keystone) wanting to Starke Recreation Director Cheryl
get teams up and play and we decided Godwin is considering offering a
to I get I the other offices Involved In It ballet class taught by Sharon Mac-
too," explained Edward Christmas. Millan If enough interest Is shown.
JE=6m the man who got the ball rolling for The classes which would be offered
m the tournament. "It really Monday nights from 6 to 7 p.m. forages
-The families and everybody enjoyed 6-9.and from 7 to I p,m. for ages
It." 10-and-up would start In September.Cost .
would be f 10 monthly with a
96.O limit of IS students per class.
sJA YOU CAN'T Dixie BoysBaseball Interested persons should get on the
W signup list by calling the Rec.<< Depart-

The Olympians clouted the Civitans ment at 964-6792.
BUY BETTERSO
20-9 and Wendy's of Lawtey slippedby

the Civitans 12-11 in Dixie Boys June 28-29 Date Set
WHY PAY League play last week.
Kenny Dewitt smacked two triples For Club Golf TourneyThe
MORE? and a double and Tony Diggs and
Starke Golf and Country Club'sannual
Barry Warren racked up six more
club will be
hits between them in the Olympians championship
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victory. played Saturday. and Sunday June

Eddie Herndon and Lattimore 28-29.
Two rounds of 18 holes each makeup
....- .t Williams each tripled and singled to
the :36-hole
medal-play champion-
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: .e" A 11/-- .1 I ..- __.-..._... JH III ft he expects about a 45 golfer field for
;3 CBS SLICED ... '. CI,,_ .f. I F the event which is closed to club
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Beef Liver
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Chops ( FRANKS) _WI..1.. __110_.1.ny_ ... '.L The first annual games will be held'from
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NOTICE OFINTENTION Dominos & Florida Bank Set Up Another'Showdown,

NOTICIOFELECTION ..
REGISTER PUBLIC NOTICI Dominos and Florida Bank let ing four times In the bottom of the Edith were 2-for-3 In Florida added two hits In two trips, Edna

TO FICTITIOUS The Department ol Be It known that I I. up another meeting of the league's top sixth to slip past the Saints M after Bank's win. Allen and Olivia Harper wer S-for-4

NAME Health and Rehabilitative GEORGE FIRESTONE. two team with wins while the topping Hampton 194. In the other For the Rowdies Juanita Reed!was and Delia Cole doubled in her only at
Service ll accepting; Secretory ol Slate of the Rowdies won twice In Starke Women's game of the week the Dazzlers beat 5-for-J for the week's two wins whileF. bat. i

t......uont to Section proposal 'for the provision State of Florida notice that do league play last week. 244. Stoppelben went 5-for-7 with three ssmsees&tm Tn.de, W4a.wwlm
163 09. Florida Statute, of Child Day Car hereby" give a Diane Smith had nine hits Including extra base hits. Ginny Kilby was ,ISIIM
,folk li hereby given Service. In Bradford GENERAL ELECTION will The Domino's shutout the Saints two home runs In the Dominos 4-for-J against Hampton. ; itedde eel

,'hut', the undersigned County for client eligible bo held Irs. of BradfordCounty Florida 17-0 and blasted Hampton 30-2 to enter two wins while Dawn Schoening was The Dazzlers got a 3-for-4 game, and _1"-" 5.5s.wdl.r
State
Miry I E! Musleh own.r.RI for Title XX. Socia'Securll'f on the' First Tuesday tonight's 7:30 p.m. meeting with 7-far-S with two doubles Kathy two doubes from Teresa Woody in _...no....... I'llKewpl.w MSSi
2 Box 400K. Melrose, Act. The proposal after the First Monday In Florida Bank with a 16-1 mark whim Whitehead was 4-for-4 and Carnell. beating Hampton. Loretta Mar I*
I. lo 33666. doing should at mlitlm-{ November, A.D., 1980 Florida Bank Is 13-3 after a surviving Williams was 3-for-3 with a homer ,
buvness, under the firm num. provide educational the said Tuesday being. a six run first inning by Community against Hampton. t

erne ot ROSE STONE training and the FOURTH day of Bank and gaining a 12-7 win. Linda Cubbedge had a homer and I

Bfoineliadl/ P O. Box 24. preschool educational NOVEMBER to fill or retain The Rowdies came on strong, scor two doubles and both Sue Fuentes and .
Kuytlone Height. Fla. activities lo sixty ((60))
the following offices
1656 intends toagnlm children, age 26. There : Dixie Youth > Smallfry Major

wino' under told Ih fictitious* provl- donation I I. a 12.5%required local match for President President of/ the and United Vice- Hayes & Starke Stars Win 3 Major League ;I League Softball

,ws of aforesaid the proposal. Call Teadle State The Braves were double winners The Kermtts scrapped for three

.6I loin' Belvln ((904.755.2750)! ) for United Slates Senator. Haye's Electric and the Starke Wade Winkler and John Vallnski and Lawtey Blue and the Meta also wins while the Fozzles and Peanuts

D'1.i. this I Jth day of more Information on Representative In Congress Stars each won three times last weekas teamed up for seven hits as Hayes claimed wins in Dixie Youth Major both claimed two wins in Smallfry

tuna A D I9HO in Brad how to make applica must for the Second the Men's Open League wound topped BGT despite two John Ramsey League play lust week. Major League Softball reported. last
IOM! County 611 12 4tpd tion. All response Congr..lonoIDI'Irlct. down. : homers. The Braves clubbed the Mets 20-10( week.

I be 25 received 1990. 6/191 before Ichg.3Jnlju June. RETENTION of 6 Haye's pulled above ,500 with two The Stars scored eight times In the after topping the Giants 13-8. Lawtey The Muppets and Snoopies also got

Justice of the Florida wins over Continental (18-8 and 10-7)( fifth to pull past LWCI 13-12. Chub Blue ripped the Mets 14-2 and the on the winner's board one time each.

I S up.._wno_. Court. and a victory over BGT (15-13), while Johnson was 7-for-8 with three Mets screeched out to an 11-1 lead and Mew/...Jswa 16K

asa. 't----, I I I I RETENTION of 7 the Stars wrapped up third place witha doubles in the two wins over the held off the Dodgers 12-11. .wwil, 1e.Moppets eKermit.
.. ..... ....... ...
Judge of the District Mw IN.rw s.pp end ,.1500.
II IIr pair of wins over LWCI (11-4 and prison team with Steve Griffis 4-for-4 Mike Chappel smacked four home 01184'/ ware

Court ot Appeal First 13-12) and a 7-4 escape past Hampton. In the Tuesday night win and Mike runs and a triple In the Braves big Mopp.N." Rey ..IlM IIM._

'' Appellate Court District. Starke Truck already the league Jackson 4-for-5 and Pat Mundorff week while David Williams and Ron Pdd ._15PIs
r 11:. (SloucrKeg. Circuit Court Judge I, winner for the second straight year, 3-for-4 the win last Wednesday. Brown also cracked four-baggers for ii p .5t'5P.n

Eighth Circuit Group was upset by BGT 13-9 Monday night Junior Schoening was 2-for-3 with a the double-winners. .tsr alit. H.wlree wired 4 Kew. ,._ ....
: 1" Real Estate Broker less Mnvrinf' ted 4 ....... Iric V.._tlM]5.7w.gyn .
Gerald Brown
2.County while league runnerup NuWaves double in the Stars win over Hampton tripled and got 10 of ..
Court Judges, Kim .* mnrf 9 HUM
+
I .3: ; 150 W. Call St. 1 Judge.Public. tallied 14 runs in the first to run. away but both Roy Hart and Tom the 12 outs against the Giants on

I 'A' Starke Defender' Eighth from LWCI 2714. Paladino of the losers were 3-for-3. strikeouts for his Lawtey Blue team.C. Jinn HwmlN Brawn. 14 Ul-Peo1..Isewnlsr tofe. .'.4 J.*> twvm M

964.5527 Circuit. Dinky Kilby smacked seven hits, In. Donald Wheeler and Greg Moyerled Mize added a double and two red 1 HIM.CUHl rMI .led ..
Stole Attorney Eighth chiding three doubles In the Hayes NuWaves to Its win over LWCI. singles P..lew. "'.....II..... .......

Circuit. wins over Continental. D. Nettles was Wheeler was 4-for-S with two home The Mets win was keyed by Stephen ,......,.Ame ,15Mop5
Special Slat Senator for the Hor-4 with an inslde-the-park homer runs and Moyer was 3-tor-5 with two Jones who singled three times, and t ,.-__tMospaw
'_ '. c.>fc.d end !..,. _
I i ,,,, ,., lot at Country Club. First time ont following Senatorial and Wayne Teston 3-for-4 with an IHR more circuit clouts and Bill Ratliff Richie O'Steen and L.. Sriubul, who ...r.d X run!. ( < belt

t ... Districts: 5. in the first win with Ronny Kilby added another four-bagger. Larry both had a double and single. W..BY._II
I nil'arks! Members of the StateHouse backing Dinky with a 3-for-3 two dou- Lee was 4-for-4 with two homers for S t. 411-7

"' ..,il.., palls. 1 II 1 trailers Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. of Representatives ble night In the Tuesday_ night victorv.___. the losers. Monday Juh/l4 I ....,., 1. i 1 *
for ,the 'following u ...... | 01 4 410 BM.ni Mary. ,_,. scared*M_.Cued .Ml,*
"" I, pork. I II I trailers. 2 BR frame house. barn apelr District 25. ''tee a 0 4 I IOiC twl..
acres 'fenced pasturelond LARGE down pay- House : Legal awes, Hlllli.J !. 5 tit,_ II. Mil' *CIa.*. will. finance balance. Clerk of the Circuit TI II r II I I r III III II 1 ....a ,le II SrionHSIll. 0.Wllllimisdl. .. ,. ..... .......5 now.Mupp.n .
i.nor Court. ot County Commissioners Civil Action Case No. name and address Is _.. aft a. Aldrcdga, ISMMII 5 .a. I S ItPnmiM
I We Handle Rentals Sheriff. District' I I. 3, 80242. Dudley P. Hardy. Esq, s...... ...., Ml 1*... .. O s1..<. I** I*. I. .4..1.I
"H "brni&tied house.unshed Property Appraiser. and 5 In re: The Marriage of Pierce < Hardy P.A., ......,.. this IS I. H. Cooper M. ,IS.. 5 llllnh>m Mopp e.Pew Th.._.Awp....1......Mt hartw.
TOM Collector. Member of the CHARLES CAPEHART P.O. Drawer two lei O Oavli ... red IMptanto sit sashed I nun.
I 1030
apartmenti ..... .
Pun SIN MMIM 1 mm sod S.UVwvnM
District Superintendent District School Board JR.. husband a INEZ E, Starke. Florida 32091
u Bu Home .lldlf.Jlinl IIliwtvyelu ...<> Tti pMH. Stocvy Oritflt. Cer
!f ,a I ARE HOUSE Furnished! Feb May. of School District' 3 and 4. CAPEHART wife.NOTICE and file the original with 4 0'4 0 14 *..14... ...-,. h.w1... wd a.pMde' Ak,'....
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY I II Supervisor of Elec In Testimony Whereof! the Clerk of the obov.'I'fl.d MM 5 5 1 0. .11 ...... lwswsnaspw
I lions.Members. I have hereunto set Court before U"l.,11_. C. Mill' 2S< two IS.. 0...ldS,...n3S. _..,.Iu..'
"" I ,,,i-.u uii US 301 Air conditioned olflos. Great hand and my OF SUIT on or S .. ,..oo. I*. Brawn thriw onf hln., will 10 .It' e 4 .isKtrmln
of' ,the Board affixed ,the/ July 18 1980 otherwisea
NO PROPERTY : .,.Ih..... In 4 "Innlnyl 4 1/ 5 5 5- Idsnoopy.
,tad Bull butmesl large inventory Great teal of the State of TO: Inca E. Copeharl c/o judgement may be 00.'.. O. Darts 25 .. rnle T Bees sewed 4 ram.' KWMI, H.I. .
for thinmss Florida at Tallahassee Chrlsllansted Pas Office entered against you for sowed end S*..y i. sowed..
j i, bluih in downtown Slarke, |just waiting The Capital this the thirtieth the relief demanded In 0..... 4"" 5 I a 5 ._... tody end W..., sowed I ..... Me*. M4Mlctulto
St. Croix
Virgin
mall
I Grant opportunity for downtown of 5 r.M 14055.15Oi.nrsr .. mn4 I.
day May A.D., the
.'in ulw.u opproM. 60OOsq. ft. N.edaroof ancIiw'car Country home on 3.47 1980 Islands. complaint or peti On w. Chnndlx. 35 tee IS.. l....tw rrleiy, .Jwn4
anj standing, walls acre off SR 229A. 3 BR, 2 YOU ARE HEREBY tion. ClMn4Ur>B 5 tee IS.. 0.", ...... end O,.. WllhMMI2BI. '..Urn 1 S .01.I It
/George Firestone. NOTIFIED that an action Cnlbum, T. ....ot. a .irM iIIISlBinMftt ., M I...MJ I I > S 11
INVESTORS DREAM BA with fireplace and double Secretory of State. for dissolution of marriage WITNESS hand and ..... Ch.pil two Mtt. 3S. O WllllimlSI ....,... "....., 0..m>.., wwml 4 "_. set OdmT.wll.wn.d
my
Income Properly' Will, Pay For Itself garage large cleared 6/19 2lchg, 6/26. has been filed the seal of this Court on *. a. ...d...... 2B. llmmonl IB I. \\1.' ... ... TI''... h.eww.osed. t ram MNhti .
.,,,II, cipailmenl complex Handyman's special I 4 ren garden spot. 1 Mrp t Amy ....11./ amt ttaphwil'* C.M 4e.
,, 5. against you Inei E. June 11. 1980. ,...d., June IBM .owed I tlitwfl. end M.rii Traylw. sawed .......
t possibly For Into call 473-3254 IN THE CIRCUIT Copehart and you or.required Gilbert S. Brown. As ... 11.,1. ItD ...nun se/a.5 I
M homo ""u... COURT EIGHTH lo serve a copy of Clerk of the Court, By: .ds... .' 1 r 1 II 5.,.,," tl.I..U
'rya frame houio Needs repairs. Residents or 4 Jit & JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN your written defenses, If Marian McRae, Deputy 00.,. t Itrfwkwl' ind R OSt..n 25 ). Stiptl nJinn P .wrsu ....., Tlewpss' ed ..., ..... Iw M*
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tm. IS i H IB
I two
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r "'> ((4 BR. 4 BA) It, the Clerk. scered I ramMrmr
to on plaintiff
AND FOR BRADFORD any .... ._.
Ood. mew 25 4 IB J "".u. I* NrlMInAldoy JBWH lr. shed 1 Mid Clots .....1
t'H 'Irmna house Apartment on side. Zoned com R.T. LCIYORNLB COUNTY FLORIDA. '> attorney whose 6/194tchg7/IO. ... I. CI.,. IB 0 "..I. IS Hen Thorn.. IB end Mdp srse.n i _..wi.. _.. ram
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NEW LISTINGS
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i ilincj'' on 301 North. Great business location. m m ssssa -

o,,01 '0 lR 1 Kit on each side. duplex, brick landirj -


0"i Ho, fi-uihoubu Zoned Commercial. FLORItAMDRWITV : -- ,is n rriiisterrd. collccliv, inrmber-

i i-nts Uowmtairfc 3 BR. 2 Ba Upstairs, Living Em S Ants iii.iUKljllilf' which niiiy ho used only by real. state pro-

Pint ,*"II 1 help pay mortgage. (R'E A L E 5TH AIT frs+i,l..laW. Mlm, are members of the NATIONAL
Please i oil us lo list your property. Phone 44.7700 .\3Sttt \nll\/. ;/ OK KKAl.TOItS1; anrl Hiibscribe to

.I! John E. Glover 393 N. Temple Avenue its ,sliirl ( ..di! of. t.hln.:

Reg. Real Estate Broker I

,. C,.vun'nr dm> Associate Com see us for land _
"" older homes, and new

ham..
T ec., .se rseil d swl A 4/\i .i u. ..-J' ...."u., a !ii li.''.'... nft )....., .-.k.Jt ''r.r., -, ...

edi to ...11.Phllc' 'Ralph Real Estat > "Clr "nnn
falcG. Frostfree Ref. 2 d,. Bryan FAULKNER m r
125.00.
gold
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Realtor Wizard "Citation" 65.00. (Car US 301. a Call S,.) /rWiHar

oifica.7B2-393l, Hornet 712.3194 964-8788. ANYTIME J
Hampton 20 ac. 1100 peracre. '
Financing Specialists < REALTY
,,, i. I Piogrom Con..nllonoILoon. Owner FinancingHA '
BRADFORD COUNTY HAS MORTGAGE MONEVI11 I I I 221 LafayatteSt. Across from Wishbone tat
'".. VA a FHA 203b( ). 203V( ). 235. 245 Eichange 9 1250 J ,.; ....
lawtey- ac. per BUT IT AIN'T CONNA LAST FOREVERII
Are Your Rental
Slips Showing
acre on Crawford' Rd. CECILIA"" PHONE 964.7776
RENTALS

I udoy, s Baliuve It Or Not CHARM.and LOCATION Immediately Convenience Across from Waldo Flea IDEAL HOMES FOR: CHILDREN,-INCLUD'NG' A TREE HOUSE-4 IR 1 cottage, 3 IR, I bath house, several apartments. TERWILI GAR 205 N. Tempi, Starke
Nn fill) (JCllUQtt rind
available. Elegant home Market 3 'loll, good In. 2 BA-Brick Veneer-Fom. Room with o. '
1 .Ir At SI' } 500 OFFICE SPACE, 3 I bath entrance '
and guest cottaga. Only vestment.Starke. fireplace-CHIA-Double garage--en 110x200 lot rooms private Wi RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
C/HiA Carpel. .
'Hi INDEPENDENT with 57900. 55000. :
r ih.' comfortable rent- 10 Ac-10'i down COUNTRY LIVING-on 2 Acras-Black' with Brick HOMES I I / : I

1"0.1 l Rm Frm. 2'/i Ac. Quick.INSTANTLY possession.APPEALING.B Km owner financing. Trim-CUBA-I7B6 sq. ft. living area-3 or 4 BRS-I1baths. / 3 nice acre with 3 I/R I bath house $24 500.
DR-Eat-ln Ill with 'r.nklln'I.plac.WW
'. Sep .I.ch.n-Lg.
Fin. 10 Int. >
'It 130 000 Stucco..000. A value packedS43 3 I.II.-n.or town ownerfinancing. corp.I-.ry n.at $54.000 owner financ I acre with 3 8/11. 1 both $1400.' \YourcONSIDiR

'1 -A aARGAINI Br Frm. In Older home ed.MUST RlIL.fSrATtf,
C untry Unbeatable .S Ac. Stocked. Pond large yard well worth asking SEE this Brick. Veneer-3 BR-2 Ba-I")-Fern. Rm. 2% acres with 3 B/II.IIIa'h. CBhou.e $18500.
with CH'A-Closed garog.$53.IOO.'NINI .
price.Good flreplece
yn oco5.Af SI J.500.
HELLO to a Great '10 Ac. Fenced $11.000. ACRES-3 BR I Ba-Frame Home-Ige OR Ige Kitchen IS acres with 3 B/R. 1'/. bath CB house ,

,.i.i 3 BR Frm In Lawtay. '10 Ac. Shady 20000. building site, St. Rd. '- panel walls solar' hot water system. ....000. I 100: financing on Some If you have your own hand >

.rood location 26000. '20 Ac. Fenced. Imp. 16W..t.ev.nlng". 'ROOM FOR CHICKENS-HORSI-like newStuccoFrom.Lge 3V acres with lovely 3 BR. 2 bath CB house. qualify.PREFCKRfD

I UUS1IC PRIVATE Rm. Pasture. $2,000 Ac. Please call IR with fireplace IF] 1 lath-energyloving HOMES
per 7% with 3 BR. 2 bath Cl house
Includes Tractor B Disk Harrow. beautifully
o features $45.000 acres
,,,'m Mouse on t Ac. Sm. Acreage available for Vernle' P. Odam Broker "4 BR Brick I Cypreis.10 A.lld.12S.Unu.ual. $75,000.
; i .5 009 homes and mobile homes. GRI. Phone 944-S474. PRIVATE BACK YARD GARDEN AREA-Comfortable 3 /landscaped. .3 BR 3 B Edward Rd. Has ...rythlngfOO." '
III 2 BA-Block-Font. Room-Closed garage-Extra Lake brick home-owner. $6OOO
II '.u.r nvotmnt on .0r"Ii. 'the earth "../"' P.orIAndr.w. 964.7739 Storage Bldg-Inside utility-Renge 4 Ref Just $40,000. lot In town with 2 IR. I bath C/HIA. CB house I Sampson 3 BR 2 B 14 ACRES-Lovely Brawnloe Rd. Cattle country." $44.500

301 North Trail Motel, Lawteyd STRAWBERRY ACRES-Lge 2'S'.ry0' S BRl- 4 workshop. 3 BR 2 B Ranch CHtA 12 A for garden Rd. 225.$43.500.

: Kiaske Associate Eves/Wkendt 1123 laths-on 14 acre*fenced A ..ou'.nc.d-Calllo' morenformatlan. 4 IF, 2 bath 2 story house on nice lot with triple S New colonial .,b.. blck.lg.l.mlly '_01. 1 A.SSJ.DOO

f garage B utility I3GI Pratt 3 IR 2 B CHIA Ftt. dbl. '0'. 44000.
CROSBY LAKE-2 IR I Bath Frame-45 feet on wafer 711 Lour. St. Completely remo.-different. $37.100

ICLAJlK0Bu with 50 H. dock 39000. I JO.JOO nice lot 'In choice location with 3 IR. bath, 125 yr, old hom.(2"CI'( sq.lt), Hampton 6 $-$3I.IOO,
WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN-2 BR I BA-Block' on carport workshop. Eastwood Drive 3 BR 2 B-Caiy t convenient. $31.KM.
Roberts
(Jmtu .flB arge lot-SJs.OOO. C 215' N. Broadway fr..hly pointed big lot. 31000. '
FENCED YARD-CLOSE IN-Block-3 .111 Ba-$30.000. 39 acres with older home, pasture 4 nice trees. Lake St. Ocala Slk-shrub.. trees-Own.fin. 27500.
964.5231 'HAMPTON-IN TOWN-SAVE GAS- 3 IR Frame en I HomeaH Rid. 'CIIES-bo.n-f.nced. _.
r2l.5Real Estate 125 2 '24.
: 1 r; j 100x100 lot '''.200. ACREAGE 431 Center St. 3 BR 1 B.Walk everywhere. 23500.
'IAWTIY Handyman Sp.clol.-3 BR I BA frame on lot 77 nice 100W with '1000'
acres hwy approv hwy 620 W. Adkln St. brick, fenced carport '''.500.
986 N. Temple SMALL 'AIIM.appro.lmol.'V..- 104 x 20.-own. financed-$10.100. frontage good terms. *3 BR home I I acre Wilson Rd. '''.500. .
964-7828 6 of/
acres OTS t ACREAGE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES '
cleared land a few pecan I P.O 32S-A-2 Acres-$5.400 terms. 30 acres beautiful land some In pasture. lots of
.300') lake Geneva-4 reildences-2.75. A. Own. Fin.'
,
GEORGE ROBERTS Broker trees around this 2 oUS 301 IAVYTIY acres I up-Beautiful oaks-City trees, partially fenced with FISHING CREEK off on
750 W. Madison former Mobil sto-$25.000.
bedroom country voter I sidewalk SJ.OOO per Acre-terms. hwy 229.
; ASSOCIATES! lions.. .(31.SCO. *ROLLING HILIS- (Bayless Hwy) I acre t up-$3.500 tip s-4e| S. Walnut New. large, warehouse-12.500.
I Weekend and Call 21 acres Hwy 301 south priced to eel) with over *"Great property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Flis.
Evenings
10% dawn-5 yrs at 10% Int.
* ,...d Ruh.... 944.5595odwln Judith Flynn 144-1314 11 ID- e FOREST HGTS. Restricted aero lots $2.500 s up. 1900 frontage on hwy. s. 404 N. Cherry 2 large! nicely turn. opts. Own. fin.
.
<> 944 5159 Palsy Silcox "4.6579 acre tracts wooded city NORTH OF IAWTEY /s acre $$,000-S Store t Apts. an 301-good pOl.nll.l-own. fin.
5 to SO acre available on Morgan Road .7000 ft. CB Rd. Itl fin.
Owner
bldg.
.?,, lony'ord.96 3114 Norman Heddlng ,...7620 wafer 4 sewer available, -19.000-20% Down--, Y'". el 104 Interest. sq. en
.i"n Canon 964 .,0. Lucille Spy. "4..20I' owner prefer to finance at RD. 225A-4.2 acres $13.000 Terms.SFORSYTII n Hamecommer.( ) B cottage an Medlsen St. Owner fin.
I to 10 acre |just off Brawnleo Rd. s.
$500 ma. Income four, furn. r.nl.I.-Coll I lay S5.0OO)
I WaUis 9646941 John R. Smith '''.6217 $2.900 per ecre. 'tnveit- RO.-20 acr.-bon-w.II..pllc-.I.c.
large opt. complex an 301.good cosh flow.own.fin., '
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m.nt'I Some fencing $33.000.US 4 acre on Hwy 225.
HOMESITESI 1 301-N Secluded. 10 acre pines-$22.000 L ACREAGE

I urge story. 'frame. Ig. yard. 5 IIr.plac.-S. Water St. 30 Acres. ,14.000 term, 14 acres on Hwy 237. with appro. 1000' frontage R 17 prim. ecr.s en Rd.:IS overlooking. lake Hampton

I i >R. 1 B IR FR Kllch.n-Dlnln..Cry.loILo". Area. with well and septic tank, -US 301 at MORGAN RO. 36 acre 1340 H. on an hwy, well 8. **.pllc.W. with 1000' read frontage. .. . . .$3.300.> ec>e.
I i IR IB frame Ig out.building, appro "'/. A-Stern fronts On a county graded 01-goes back to 1I1t$56.Soo-T.m. 20% down-II 555 .

j I ...t f read. All or part ol 11,134. y.. et B%% Int. / have ..v.ral choice building lots In city. 056. prime acres-% mileen'' railroad 440on Rd.

i UR I I' ,B. IR OR. fR appro.. '/. A. SR 14 East. per .... In 10 soil parcels." _354 ACRES-HAMPTON AREA $1.500 per .c... 100-$3071 an aero-20% dawn. -owner will finance..
I OR I I' B IR- OR WATERFRONT e .
Den. Searing St. .
1" : CemfortebleConvenient I CALL US AT S4 1711 ANYTIME Wo still have a few lot left Brokerowner.COMMERCIAL 24 acres Hampton Owner flnence $$.500.
DAY OR NIGHT i 20 prime acres 301 Nreilread$4,500.n.cre..wn-fin..
MOBILE HOMES -..
13 acre 301 I Morgan Rd. Owner finance $3 .OOO.
BH approi. 12.' acr.-off "W..t.'W 3 .bedroom 2 both large MANY. MANY OTHERS!
3 BR. IS. approi. "%. A SR 14 West. family room with brick DON'T II SORRY YOU DIDN'T CAllftonday Call u.. we have several with or without buildings. 4.14 acre* Grlffls loop-timber-awn. fin. $"..500.o .
1 W 2 SB acres near Presbyt." Church t ho.pll.I-make. effor
BR 2 B Furnished appro. 7A. Crosby lake fireplace, private, patio
Friday 9 S p.m. Saturday IS Financing available through FHA, VA, FMH t LOTS FOX INVESTMENT
lies
: area . . U4.500.
Evenings and Sundays by appointment don't forget the Bond Mon.v.Pop.rt lot 4 lutler Court-owner needs money now! I $3tO.

!I '1 aero, wall tank ...
OUT OF TOWN .rick s leoutlful-/ Ralph P. Bryan Realtor puma house ulll.eldg.$3,500
j J IR ]* home-IR-OR. appro. 5A. lawtey. 3 bedrooms 2 baths, greet EveningsWayne 7 Trailer lots Brewnlee Rd., 20"%" dn. per acre 54.000.ISO's1S0' .
[ 'I IR IS large home. 2 story approi. 2A. Klngsley lekiA.ea room with flreelece, Management Services Available. .' commercial sn OlOwne fin. 33000.

| carpet t vinyl centre!fleet I. Douglas'; Illllan C. Pearson *Beautiful Hampton lake) Lot !'/t acre.-$1,000.

I I and elr, this home will be raker/Salesmen .'..../I.I..n Country Club' lot 110' it 313*-nice location-$10.000.

+ ACKEAGI reedy In a few weeks. ....6595 I Office Menoger Paul M. Feulkner-REALTOR) Hampton Oaks lot 125 tree, owner fI".nc"-.800. ,
l t Beautiful wooded lot In Graham Area Come "SUV and sick 'Novls $. Ward ..."'. 'Busy Call I Weter St. lot M*' u 14' Owner tin. $I',SOOBeisent i
your.olore. Irene L. Faulkner. RIAITORASSOCIATIEvening I
t0'
1 SSS ocres on Foriyth Rd . . ."'.300. Broker/Salesmen. *".-5142'' Rd.-Best nelghbafhood, _Owner fits.-55000.
6 acres. oil. SR 233. eu.7454 Sytvta, Reddish '2 Country Club lot* 1 Acre each-Owner fin.. $......
l 10 Acres Country Club .r... Mini' Starege locetlanrApproximately t ud. Moody Ve'non Reddish Susan M. Faulkn.r-RIALTOR I I. Call St. commercial lot 100' a IM1 Owner fin. If.tH."

t sate with Associate. 'vkkl Powell Asieclefet lvanlngs-944 Santa F* lake-owner tin.-kt 7$' en ... _$14,500.

RENTAL ".nt.l. .n 2 peeved. S4-94U Associate t444530W44I43 Realtor Aseeclote. *...Attar Hour
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large' yatd Bessent Rd. streets . . |]..COO. 4 1111 WE DO APPRAISALS lyren Terwllleger Mertha Do..., 712.'"
Vickie Nar..n777' Sally 1C1II1..2254s




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Lawtey News ................a.Da..a.......... .. .....Q.AD..a..a.....................aa..a..

By Elisabeth Terry Phone 7824308. School: a.m.,Worship 11 a.m. and 7 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier of guest of her grandparents Mr. and parents Mr.and Mrs.Arlie Dobbs and Gainesville, Mrs. Ethel Elarbee and
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: p.m..Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Jacksonvillea visited their father Mr. Mrs. Fleam Starling. attended the Ugh school graduation daughter, Mrs. Joann Criel of
Church ef Goth Sunday School 10 nd their brotherinlawand Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aguilar and for Miss Tammy Dobbs In Jackson Panama City, and Mrs. Ida Lathamof
a.m.. Worship Services,11: a.m. and 7 p.m.Morgan Road Baptist Sunday sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Briceon family, Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey ville.Mrs. Salt Lake City Utah,were Wednesday -
and YPE 7:30 School 10 a.m.,Worship 11 a.m. and 7 Saturday afternoon. Walker and sons,Mr. and Mrs. David .Jackie Smith and son Craig of supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
p.m.Wednesday IIIght.. p.m., Training Union 8 p.m., Prayer Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafsonand Osgood and family Miss Lori Walkerof Winter Haven, spent a few days with Vand
I Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. family of Pensacola returned Jacksonville, and Doug Walker of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake
Evergreen Baptists Sunday School Northilde Baptist: Sunday School home recently after spending a month Fort Myers were Father's day dinner Barley. City visited their parents, Mr. and
10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., with their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Bill guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday.Mrs. .
Prayer' Meeting Wednesday 'TM Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Dobbs and Chris. Lester Walker and family. Jacksonville visited their parents, Sidney Hansen returned home
p.m. 8myna MIsSloaary Baptlati Sunday Mrs. Emory Eunice, Darlene and SP4 Barry Lee Watts returned to Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday. from Bradford County Hospital on
School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m. =of Gainesville were guests of Fort Riley Kansas on Friday after Christina Dobbs and Margaret came Thursday.'She Is Improving slowly.
Faith and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday laws, Mr. and Mrs. Harold spending three weeks with his with them. Our prayers are with her.
Worship Baptist u : Bible School 10 a.m., at 7:3O: p.m.PERSONALS Eunice on Saturday.Mr. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts. Mr. and Mrs. James Haga and Mrs. D.R. Brown visited her
a.m. and7o: p.m.. : and Mrs. Robert McClellan and Col. and Mrs.Win. Wilson returned family of Jacksonville were Sunday mother Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Tea Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore son, Jeff and Paul McClellan spent a 'Friday after a month's vacation with dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs.David sister Mrs. Wyolene Day and son,
p.m. visited their mother Mrs. Debbie few days at Safari Camp Ground at their son-in-law and daughter,Lt.Col. Brown. Keith of Jacksonville on Saturday.The .
Whittle of Valdosta Ga. recently. Alachua.Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dougherty and Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her occasion was to celebrate Mrs.
First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 Deepest sympathy of the community and Mrs. Robert McClellan and family and Timmy Wilson of sister Mrs. Mable Sapp. In North Brown and Keith's birthdays.
a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., is extended to Mr. Jim Rosier and' son, Jeff and Paul McClellan of Mildenhall, England. They saw Col. Florida Regional .Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie KeUy attended -
Meet Union 8:30: pro.. Prayer family because of the death of his Vidalia' Ga., and Mrs. Margie Reddish Wilson's navigator Col. Repassdy Gainesville Thursday Mrs. Mable Sapp's funeral at First.
; Wednesday at 7:30 p.!m. wife, Mrs.. Neta Rosier on Monday.Mr. and son. Randall, of Starke and and Co!. and Mrs.Ken Newland while Mr. and Mrs. David Albert and Christian Church on Saturday after-
and Mrs. Tom Mackin of Fer- Mr. and Mrs. Claude;Revels ad;; :n, there. Col. Newland is retired and living family of Jacksonville, were Sunday noon. .
Grace United MrthodUti( Church nandina Beach were Sunday dinner DeWitt, were Father's day dinner In Handler Arizona. Their son dinner guests of their parents,' Mr. Mrs. Fred Moore Sr., Mrs. J.W.
School 9:49: a.m., Worship 11 a.m., sirs of their brother-in-law and guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Wilson returned home with and Mrs. Andrew McCombs, 'and Thomas and Jay of Live Oak, Mr.and
UMYF Opm. Wednesday Adult Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore Les McClellan.Mr. them. were also Sunday overnight guests. Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke Mrs. Ann
Choir and Little Christian Singers, 7 and family. and Mrs. Fleam Starling their' Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson Sr., went to Mrs. Marie Blom and children. Mr. Andrews of W -woodMr. and Mrs.
p.m. and Bible Gleanings 8 p.m. Mrs. Henry Smith went with her In- son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and stay a week with her son and and Mrs. David Scott and family.and Fred Moore, Jr.. of Miami and North
laws,Mr.and Mrs.Gaston Smith and Mrs. Franklin Starling and son of daughter-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Hubert Miss Martha Smith of Starke, came Carolina and children, Mrs. Gayle
The United Methodist Women's Mr. 'and Mrs. George Smith, of Bryceville. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin lee Wilkison of Live Oak. after lunch and visited with them andMrs. Todor, Brad and Scott. Michael
Thlift Shop is having a clearance sale Jacksonville to a Smith Reunion and daughter Monika,spent Wednesday Dana Wllklson daughter of Mr. and enjoyed Ice cream. Baker, of Orange Park. Mr. and Mrs.
SatUrday June 21 from 10 a.m. S Saturday and Sunday at Savannah and Thursday at Disney World at Mrs. Daniel Wilkison of Jacksonville Earl Teston.Michael and Nan!> Johnny Hobbs of Gainesville, Mr.and
p.m. Ga.Mr. Orlando. and Robby Wilklson. son of Mr. andMrs. cy Mr. and Mrs. Randy Hayes, Mr. Mrs. Lee Casey and Tara, Kingsley
.' and Mrs. Ed McCombs of Mrs. John Steele and daughter, 'Donald Wilklson, Jr., also of and Mrs. Wayne Teston and family" Lake. Mr.and Mrs. Chuck Moore and
Highland 'Baptist: Sunday School Jacksonville visited their brother Marla Kay and sons, John and Wan- Jacksonville, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. David Gaines of 3 sons of Hollywood, Fla., Mr. and
9:43: a.m..Worship 11 a.m. ends p.m., and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. An- nls, recently returned from a visit to their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Starke spent a week at Kingsley Mrs. Danny Thompson and family of
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 drew McCombs, on Sunday. Mrs. Steele's son and daughter-in- Donald Wilkison, Sr. Lake. Jacksonville: and Mr. and Mrs.
p.m.. Larry" Moore son of Mr. and Mrs. law Mr. and Mrs.Alan Steele of Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Warm and Debbie W.S. Rivers Sr., of Union Springs, Michael Moore, attended the Moore
Richard Moore spent some time with Tenn. Hunted of Tampa, brought Ala., visited his sister Mrs. PierceCrews Reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
his grandmother Mrs. Debbie WhIt- Mrs.Charlie Mosley and daughters Shawna Brown home and were Friday on Friday afternoon.Mr. Drew Reddish in Starke on Saturday.
Laura Baptist: Sunday School,9:45 tle of Valdosta Ga., recently.Mr. Jenen and Darlene of Highland were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr.; of Henry Hodges and sons Hank and
a.m., Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Mrs. David Johnson of Saturday dinner guests of her D.O. Brown. Jacksonville, visited his mother.Mrs. Mark and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Atlanta,Ga.,stopped by Friday afternoon parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Teston. Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee Pierce Crews on Saturday afternoon.Mr. Smith and daughter,Debbie and Ran-
p.m.Long to see their cousin: Mrs. O.J. Miss Brenda Prevatt of and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of and Mrs. Timmy Ceballos and dy Trainor and CrIB Fox,attended the
Bridge Baptist: Sunda) Anders,'after visiting down the state. Tallahassee was a Sunday dinner Union Springs Ala., visited their family Miss Mary Minote. Mr. and Stock Car Races at Lake City Speed-
Mrs. Bruce Crapse of Jacksonville way on Saturday night.
Community News. -----...... .........-.--..-.-........ ..-.a.a..aaa.a...-.. attended services at First Baptist Henry Hodges ana sons, Hank and
Church Lawtey with their parents Mark and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
.by Elizabeth G.Walker CHURCH ACTIVITIESMt. Sunday School 9:30 Morning Worship meeting will be held. All members of Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse and was Smith and daughter,Debbie and Ran-
Phone tM-tWl Plsgah AME Church Services 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Evening the boards are asked to be present. their Sunday dinner guests.Also their dy Tralnor attended the Homecomingat
will begin with Sunday School at 10 Worship 8 p.m.Pleasant Choir rehearses at 8 p.m. Saturday. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mission Road Baptist Church at
Concerned Citizens: All membersand a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. and 4 Grove United Methodist Sunday School)a.m. Morning Worship Mrs. Gary Wheeler. Palatka on Sunday.
interested! citizens are invited to p.m. All members and friends are In- Church: Sunday School only. 11 a.m.Momlllg Mr. and Mrs. Bobbv _MrN n_.._._ll_ _/_
the meeting of the Concerned Citizens vited. Fellowship of churches at 3 Star Lodge No. 28 will
Thursday June 38, 7:30 In RIE p.m. Everyone is invited to be pre- Antioch M'lisloaary Baptist observe St. Johns Day at 2 p.m. at You Umbel
Cafeteria. June Is the month for elec- sent. Church: Sunday School a.m.Morning New Bethel. The Masonic Family is To Help
ting officers and membership drive Worship 11 a.m. Choir Union 3 asked to cooperate. Heroin and
month. Memberships are renewedthis Create Bethlehem Freewill Baptist p.m. Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer Stars. John Dlggs Worshipful SUPER
month and a campaign for new Church Each Monday 8:30: Tiny Meeting. All members are Invited to Master. FLEAS.& TICKS
members Is conducted. We need more Tots rehearse. Choir rehearses and attend. Church of God of Prophecy Sunday
members. This is a citizens organization. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Church of God hi Christ: The Youth School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
all Circle will Congress is In session In Gainesville a.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. .
McKay saCiir7cle will meet in the home Tuesday through Sunday June 17-21, Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: If they if* a problem' tnwad.joor
Toplln Reunion: The annual Toplin of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Lee's Circle at Williams Temple.All members are Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Won
Family reunion will be held on Saturday will meet in the home of Rebecca asked to attend. ship 11 a.m.All members are asked to tornfronds\ -or pats JM can
:June 21, at the home of Mrs. Daniels. Blye's Circle will meet in the New Bethel Baptist: Vacation Bible attend the Fellowship of Churches at 3
Lydia Lane and daughter, Zephanla home of Mary E.McCloud. Thursday School will begin Monday June 23,at p.m.First lit I can un .
Lane Strong at Rt.3, Box: 20S,Starke. 7:30 Story Hour at the church. Friday .5 p.m. Children of all ages and adults Born Church of the Living
All Toplin family members are invited 8:30 Junior Choir rehearses also are welcome to attend these activities God: Tuesday 8:30 Bible Study. Friday
to attend this once a year gel Junior Ushers. Saturday dinners will .'or 5 days. 7:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday
together. be sold from the kitchen.to Saturday 2 p.m. the pastor and School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
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deacons and trustees monthly a.m. Evening service 7 p.m.11I..aa..a..aa.. FREE

Girl Scout Newsby Senior Citizens eOn from


Carolyn Eaves June 10, the Bradford Senior for the summer. We writ resume our
Phone 964-M12 Citizens met at 12 o'clock for a bag regular schedule on September We
lunch followed by a meeting wish all the members restful and
Senior Troop 869 returned from characterized by fun and rewarding summer as they vacationat
Sanibel Island last week with reportsof The group sang, told jokes and home or away, and uge them Join $2.98 Hose-on Sprayer
a great time. Since is Is one of my stories,did mild exercises and played us again in the fall.
favorite places I envied their trip. Bingo. Lucy G.Wellons President with the quart purchase of

While there they stayed at the Gallery The president announced plans fora
Motel enjoyed the swimming shell- be a registered scout to go to camp. trip on June 19 to Green Cove Springs 25%- DiAZINON SPRAY
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bird : call if interested. library to Join the Clay County .aaa..a.
6 lIIg, caJloeinrr' and. watcblllg Give me a you are .. ... =--,7 --
.C rnlng bome they.starJl'ed'at the Leaders your finance-reports are--Senior Citizens*r a seminar DO Film* Control: such lawn Insects as teas, cinch bugs,
' bell F tory-and the famous Kapok 'duel U you have not picked up your 'Slam, an important and timely. sub- ,Airman C.M. Benton
grubs ants others. Use .
Tree Inn and said everything was QSP awards please do so. Ject for Senior Citizens. Graduates From a on vegetables else.calX
wonderful. They had no trouble Just returning from Mini Camp at The members of Bradford Senior Air Force School
which is certainly different from the Camp Chowenwaw are Julie Citizens will meet at the Recreation only 998
Mlss.-Alrman Charles M.
last trip there (right, Margie). Glad Ferguson, Holly Shields and Aimee Hall at 12:45 p.m.. June 19 and Benton.BILOXI son of Ina Kline of 4507 N.W.
they are home safely. Those makingthe Ferguson. They atteneded "On transportation will be provided to
32nd Ave. has
Gainesville graduatedfrom
Laurie Mullins Lila and had exciting time Green Cove Springs.A ,
trip included Stage" a very
the U.S. Air for
Rae Yawn Mrs. L. Izlar,Irene Wain- learning about makeup making pup picnic to Gold Head Branch State. radio Force course at 5% DIAZIRR GRARDLES ----
equipment repairmen
skit and swimm Park is planned for June 30. The relay
wright, Joyce Wainwright Betsy pets, performing a Force Base here. N r1E-D
Yawn Dawn Schoening and Pam ing.They thought the food was good- group will meet at the Recreation HI.Yield Brand
Pratt. spaghetti, hotdogs, and their Hall at 9:30 a.m. on the 30th where Airman Benton will now serve at _
tyeyati) Day Camp la July 14 thur 18. breakfastplcked from a tree. Sounds transportation will be available. Clark Air Base in the Philippines. Bag covers 5000 aq. It.Reg. o8 5%
Please make your plans now for like fun. They spent June 8 thru 8 at Lunch will be provided by the club. His father. Jack Benton, resides on
scout to attend. Also, you do not nave camp. This was the last regular meeting Route 1, Brooker. 11"
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Class of 1935 Holds ReunionTwentytwo


01 of the 49-member Brad- give a brief summary of his or her'life
ford High School graduating class of since the year of graduation. A roll
QR aA kr 1935 gathered June 7 for their first call of deceased members and a moment
ever reunion on the 45th anniversary of silent prayer followed.
of their commencement. Entertainment was provided by the

l McRae Jazz Group( Class. memberBill
Valli ;
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Nine members are dead and live McRae was called to the stage to
could not be located. Other members play some of his favorite selections
could not attend because of the long with the group singing along.A .
dips distance to travel. Several who could highlight of the reunion was the
y k not come phoned and reminiscenced 47-year-old Tornado football jacket
with classmates at the reunion. proudly worn by Merrill Edwards
Activities began at 5 p.m. at''the Merrill made the point, very cunning
Raiford Road home Gib and Jewell ly that he had forgotten to put his
tl,, Brown with reception outdoors. The coat on for the group picture, and hur-
lite group then went to the Starke Golf riedly went outside. He came back
and Country Club for a steak dinner wearing the Tornado football jacket.

ft t and program The. jacket brought back memoriesand
) C s Gib Brown, master of ceremonies, gave the class members a sur-
Y 1, Yisli briefly welcomed his classmates to prise.Edwards.
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rill Edwareds Keefee Harrell.and used egg money t to buy the jacket
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relating to the occasion.All lie has treasured the jacket becausehis
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class 3 naturalist programs,3 energy Janet Griffis. Tlsh Goss, Joyce THER.
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winner In the Belinda Melson Donna Mowry and Lisa Harley. WAY AIR DIRECTION CONTROL .
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Art (graphics) Division of the Teen Michael Stilwell Michelle Stilwell Four 4-H'ers are at Horsmanship denominational which seeks to share and FEDDERS ROTARY COMPRESSOR.. .. doM....,you with.."h.".V.'tlp'cwth
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Robert represented the Lawtey In horses and beginning and welcomes Barry Martin as their
Black Stephanie Rigby Bruce courses | ) Conditioning
Church of God on May 2, in Tampa Howard, Ken Howard Melissa Gee intermediate Western and English speaker. Martin was born in Athens. DDERS Ph
Ga. and moved to Gainesville wherehe
Fla.. with a drawing of the old Brad- Marvin Wright Jr., Mary Wright. Horsemanship.4H .
ford County Bank Building depicting Vicky Goodowns Tammy Moody is open to all without regard to grew up. lie attended Santa Fe
its possible appearance in 1990. color sex or natinal origin Community College and the University -
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ed him superior ratings by the judges, After leaving the service lie began his
a beautiful trophy and the opportunity own auto service business in Melrose. 234 N. Temple Ave. 964-7596
to become national Teen Talent We take this opportunity to expressour We wish to thank our County
heartfelt thanks for every kind- Sheriff's department Police depart-
winner as he represents the Churchesof
God throughout the State of Floridaat ness shown during the illness and ment and Bradford County Hospital "
the Church of God Assembly which subsequent death of our loved one. Rescue Unit for all their help and
convenes In Dallas, Texas, on August The thoughts and prayers the abun- cooperation given to us in connectionwith
12. 1980. dant food the beautiful flowers, the the recent illness and death of
meaningful cards and the loving care our beloved husband father and
Robert is 16 years old and is shown by the staff of our hospital and grandfather. $
presently a junior at Bradford High Dr. Sundusadee made us know that [ OOSAVING.means
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By Another diver Jim Bennett of Jai, while they're on the way down," Mar-
''Linda Jo Motley 1, J said his first Jump four years ago was cia Marvin commented. She was an
BCT Staff Writer "like getting off a"school bus-all the observer until recently, when she
noise disappears. AN" Joined the club herself.
\ Perry said,' "Roger (Moore) and ".1Checking
Used to, when someone Jumped out
"OK, let's this
the other experts really know whatthey're Y you guys get gar
of a plane could: hear a Jowl"Geronlmol
,you doing up there. They break bage in the rig, grab our snoots and
as they left the aircraft, "
.. the tension) with their sense of humor, get to the boogie, yelled Moore.
fading fast on the way down.Today' .
Crazy? No, have their
they own"lingo"
handle but It's serious business for them
!ky divers their exit
too and diver would
Alike WadeU of Orange Park ls a any
a little differently. Roger .
Moorel understand being told to "fold his
demonstration team leader and safety
chief instructor of the newly formedKeystone
chute into the container so he could
officer for the club.
Heights Sky Diving School, get his girl and make it to the big
There are several girls jumping
yells "sky dive" ai he leaves the { chute "
..! the club also ERA shouldn't be meet.
so
plane. Other members of t the club Moore adds, "We have no suicidal
were heard yelling"go"or just plain disappointed."We tendencies. When an accident happens -
werej Jumping at Fernandina
"yee hah" as this reporter witnessed in sky diving, or anything else
Botch, but they closed the school
them sky. diving at Keystone Airportrecently. there, which helped us to decide CIII.fCll'llIng you read about It on the front page.
Who writes about all the SAFE
"People have been programmed to \ our own explained Moore. Jumps?

think of this !sport in three ways." "We wouldn't be having so much
Moore stated. "Ono-don't do ; fun if we wanted to kill ourselves."
"
you'll get hurt; three, you're crazy So who needs Geronimo anyway?
you do IL We sky divers are trying to
put an end to thane'opinions.' ,
"This IB a SAFE sport." And Moore
should know. He's tried them all- Z
skiing (water and snow)..-mountain ti. .
climbing scuba diving,motorcyclingand : -
boat racing.
"Nothing compares to sky diving," v t., rOn things.out.
he claims, "In terms of safety or excitement.
." It now occupies all of Examining gear of student divers ls

Moore'svpare time. a moil-job for jump master Roger.
Moore and Joe Davis, both of the Way In
Jacksonville,jointly own the Sky Div. Moore

ing School. Moore is an.engineering (Top) Looking out the window of the Jump
student Davis is in the U S. Navy,stationed
at Cecil Field. plane ai divers "stack" by one sitting on the "We found the airport here and really

4 Davis, along with pilot Frank other's canopy, or chute while In the air, It s mR dnh s l 7 and like it right We have now,a good we're group offering of divers our

Strange and Don Green of Palatka, seems to be the lazy way to come down course tot the lowest price in the
own the school's Jump plane, a converted state."
1962 four Cessna
ssenger For$60,one can become a Keystone
183. The door has been modified for
and Instructs the pilot which directionto
Diver, and a $5 discount ls
Sky being
jumping. A blast of air hits the occupants -
turn.The student climbs out on the offered for the first-timer. Even with
of the plane as the door opens wing strut and falls away Into the air, aviation fuel costing more than f 1.M
for to exit. And feet
jumpers at 7,500
using a static line, a nylon rope con
gallon now, the club UK
per hopes
up, the air is chilly-that'i a fact, this nected from the plane to the chute. course fee won't be affected.
reporter was there! The jump master pulls the static line Students
usually rent their rigs, o
From as high as 12,500 feet and '
to open the jumper's chute. Experienced chutes
,as beginners. As their Interesin
traveling at approximately 120 mph,
jumpers call the static linea the
sport increases does th
it only takes two minutes for divers to "dope so .
rope. desire for
hit the ground, and the first 10.000 of their own equipment
"The static line Is a positive working And the
chutes color-
those feet you're at"free"feet until :your ')'Item." claimed Moore. "The And AU the Way Down coordinated with the jump come suits the And Coming Home
parachute opens 2,500 up. military recently made 50,000 Jumps divers
wear too. They look like tiny
Anyone Interested in the sport can with it without a single problem." bright spectrums floating through the Sky diver Nick Perry gives the
find Moore and his jumpers at As long as a Jumper is on student (Below) 'Jumpers land safely after Blacking thumbs up sign Indicating all Kent
Keystone Airport each Saturday Sun- progression,a jump master must accompany maneuver the air. air."You can even hear.them talking well on the way out down and In.
day and holiday as early as 8:30 a.m. him on each dive.Past that j-1n
Weather permitting, 'they jump point, "relative i work"is done withouta
several times a day. jump master. .
"We have safety office(( In the club With over 900 Jumps under his ': 0 .
who decide whether or not the plane chute Moors comas well qualified for

",tst.>vgoes up.; Moore pointed! .outExpert, the.position of jump master for the;..-. ..
Jumpers can go up In 18 rrijpn winds. Keystone Sky Diving School. He's TH'E-kME R-EAM
Those on a student basis are only been diving for eight years. A year
allowed 10 mpb wind to jump In. and half after he began the sport,he s .
went after his jump master rating VI
then worked a year for his Instruc TIME QNL
toe ra tIn LIMITED Rate
The obviously Inevitable question: Interest
What got him hooked In the first sp
place ; aauallfled Families
"Would you believe 'Ripcord' on
TV? Honest, that's what got me Interested -
Then while in the service In I
Korea I had some spars time so I Joined Y10 HOME
a parachute dub I've jumped over
Switzerland, Germany, Korea ;you '
name It," he related, although he ad-
mitted that it took 30
before the fear left him over and be jumps began. for a limited time only. qualified families who wont to live In Bradford County have an

"having fun." exceptional opportunity to achieve the American Dream to own their own new

free He has fall eight hoursiinng without a homes at a special low Interest ratel The local builders Identified below and Guaranty

static line. And at an average of two Federal Savings will be glad to help you determine If you meet the special qualifications. '
minutes per fall that's a lot of air
time. These reduced-rate H Va% mortgages are made possible through the Bradford County ;

the For face 1000 and Jumps get ,to you buy get a a case pie of In 'Housing Finance Authority's bond program. There may never be a better time to buy

champagne,". Moore laughed, anticipating -' your new dream home. built by a professional local builder. .
the upcoming event for
Falling Away himself.He'll also receive a pair of In Bradford County, dreams can come true
gold wings for number low
Jumpers fall "Into the wild blue Anyone 16 or older Interested In the
yonder" by arching their backs and sport Is qualified. From ages 16-1S, a
banging loose until their chutes .
open.A notarized consent form signed by a -
parent Is necessary.

jumper U considered 04"student "We want to see as many people as STEVENSON -
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25 jumps. From then on, he's put on "The we've had In
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Gunshot Death pickup owned by Marion L. Crews of it fired. Wise's right arm had to be the emergency room during his nun- Mack Brenda B. Mack, 15, "and r were treated In the emergency room
Ruled SuicideA Starke from the rear w' Ith Dean then amputated at Jacksonville's Naval page's 19 minute span bu missed.F ;. Nurnell Lee 21, all of Lawtey were and released after treatment.
going up the sidewalk. Air Station Hospital as a result. His treated In the emergency room at
35-year old Starke man was found Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson/ cited condition following surgery was listedas '. Bradford County Hospital in Starke Lt Sonny Jackson cited Hlggln
dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Dean for D W.I. and for driving a good. 5 Treated and were admitted to the hospital for botham for driving while intoxicated
to the head at 7:15: Monday, June is, vehicl with unlawful bj ood alchohal. Guard officials'stresaed that the In Lawtey Crash : -observation Henry Hendrith, 36, and .and driving while license revoked.
at a residence on NW 35th Avenue mishap was entirely accidental and j' Kendra L. Butler, 7, both of Lawtey( and careless driving.
about a mile north of Starke accor- Cycle Rams Cd r not the result of Improper operation of Three persons were hospital!zed:
ding to Bradford County Sheriff's A car-motorcycle collision at the In- the gun or failure to follow safety and two others were treated for injuries -
A said sustained in a ccl-'
Department records. precautions. spokesman Wise
tersection of Orange and eaathof'INE
Records show Paul Newsome who streets Friday June [13 caused Hastings$100 had more than one year's combat; experience dent on CR-225 42 feet 4th ;SEE YOU SATURDAY NIGHT
with the Street In Lawtey at 8-52 Wednesday -
in Vietnam p.m.
recently had been weapon
a patient at the
State Hospital at Macclenny, was Injuries damage were to the reported vehicle! to involved.either the No During 1979! another similar acci- ,June 11,with$4,200 damage{lone pe 11 y Leading Florida Businessmen Share The

found by his mother Carrie Rosier 73-year-old driver of, the car or the dent occurred which resulted In the to the vehlclesInvolved. Secrets Of Their' Success fond The Influence
and stepfather Shelbert Rosier' Injury of several soldiers. On tills occasion Police records show a 1967 Ford station .
lying operator of the motrc:;ycle. Of Christ In Their Lives.FULLIGOSPEL
in the backyard. a shell Inside the turret wagon operated by Eugene,
An autopsy has been ordered by the According to polled records Alan of a -drop ale: defense Mack,53.of Lawtey was parked In the BUSINESSMENS
John Creson, 21,of St irke ran his 1974 y
lane headed CCt-223 ,,
state office weapon and Ignited some propellant parking west on ,
attorney's in Starke
and Honda "
into the 21
rear end of James FELLOWSHIP BANQUET June
and 1960 Chevrolet ,
his body has been taken to Alachua Hubert contained within. The a pickup truck .\
Chitty's / sedan '
General Hospital in Gainesville 19i'Dodge ,warhead,howeverdid not detonateand driven by James Cecil HlKglnbotham<< 171 y. at WESTERN STEERSTEAKHOUSE
after
shortly Chitty made a right turn .
where the examination will be j no one was killed. 48, of Lawtey was traveling wait on Dinner at 8:30: P.M. -
per- onto Hastings Street Phone 473-2203 or 473-2702
CR-225 at 40 milers .
The which Wise bin approximately
formed. gun cost arm per MENU PRICES
AT REGULAR
No citations were issued by police. hour. At this ham Meeting At 7:30: p.m.
was one of a pair of 40mm automatic point Higginbo(
anti-aircraft guns mounted atop an drifted Into the parking lane) and Public Invited To Both Families Welcome
Robbery ReportedAt Lawtey Burglary, ; M-42., struck the Mack vehicle In the Hear.

KII Jr. Food StoreAn Suspect Nafy'bed.' ,

armed robbery took place at the A 31-year-old man was arrested Alarm Theft

Junior Food Store, SR100, at the Wednesday June II at 945; p.m.and Gets Man ArrestedA
Clay-Bradford County line Sunday, charged with the burglary, of a rural sr eai
June 16, at 11 p.m., according to the Lawtey residence. year-old Waldo man was
Bradford County Sheriff's department Bradford County I Sheriff's Depart- charged with burglary of a dwelling
ment records shcrw that deputies by Starke police Sunday June 13 at
Records show a black male armed charged Steve Genune Cornwall, 31 1:30 a.m.Police recovered some of the [ ,
with a hand gun held up the clerk and of Lawtey with burl|{ Intent to stolen items when the suspect was arrested i -
then fled with an undetermined commit theft for bre along Into Jimmy Tr men toua DlaoounleAee
amount of cash. Wilkerson's Rt 1, Flox! 40 home. Corn- Records indicate that Bobby Md Colors
No arrest has been made as this wall was also cited f or grand theft of a Flanders was cited, by PatrolmanA.B. )marl r 4 E )gorier Household _
paper goes to press. five-band Stewart radio several Sharp and Lt. Denton Devoe for
It is the second robbery reported at coins, a silver certificate, an electric the burglary of Carolyn Tison's 922 AlopLA
the KH Junior Food Store in recent guitar, a man's 14 1:1. gold watch anda East Brownlee Street residence in toyt
months. woman's white :gold watch and a Starke's Reno section.
Ben Pearson hunting, bow. Police information said that
Hampton HouseDestroyed Deputies also cited Cornwall for Flanders entered the Tison residenceby
grand theft of a 12'guage ripping a screen and
by Fire Following arraiig. shotgun open a window. Items taken include
Bradford County Judge Elzie S three smoke alarms,a fire alarm and
Ad unoccupied house In Hamptonwas Sanders, Cornwall 'was released from an undetermined amount of cash. I
completely destroyed by fire County JailSemiTrailer. Police recovered all four alarms.
Tuesday, June 10, according to a Flanders was released from Brad-

Volunteer spokesman for the Hampton Snaps; ford County Jail on his own '
Fire
Department.
recognizance after arraignment rs
Driver Rams TreeThe
Records show the house was on the j before
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders.
property of Cleveland Durham and day
operator of 1973 GMC tractor- !
was a total loss by the time fireman a may ,
arrived. trailer escaped iiijury; June 11 after Man Ruled Insane
his trailer in half
snapped causing
Hampton was assisted by the Waldo
and Bradford County Volunteer Fire him to lose control! of the vehicle and For Shands
run into a tree aside the south
Departments. shoulder of CR 18 in Hampton. Shooting SpreeA

Florida Highway: Patrol records In- 45-year-old Starke man who
Starke Man ArrestedOn dicate that George. ,F.Todd.21ofRT2, sprayed at least 12 random shots
Box 646, Lake Bui ler was cited for an throughout the Shands Teaching
Battery'ChargeStarke improper tag vloVation and operatinga Hospital emergency room was found
Police arrested a 46yearoldarea vehicle with unit afe equipment after not guilty of charges stemming from.
resident In connection with an in- the accident in fr ont of the Hampton. the incident by reason of insanity.
cident that occurred Sunday June 15 Baptist Church. Circuit Court Judge Chester B.
at 10 p.m.at 1415 South Walnut Street. Damage to the!semi was estimatedat Chance heard medical testimony dur- 3CILLAT1 ''
Patrolman W.K. Mcintire arrested $1,000. ing the course of the trial stating that
Bill Dodd and charged him with the Willie Charles Lee had been incompetent -. MOTOR
aggravated battery of Lester Fluke Guardsman Loses Arm to stand trial at the time of the '
with a blue steel hand gun. minute February 14, 1979 shooting r avll,; < 147.410- rnuL r -chi it '!aiatonll'7lal. / '
Cannon
''Dodd was release!!..cl1:-?"'a:.. ; Discharge spree but has since recovered follow.fi !booing .w' e Qlrl 111.1 Mt
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recognizance from thafuadlurd.: ;:"'""laThe"d d *s treatment at North Florida ""f. n 1e 'QUAKER +ant L. F n ttA/r-1 .,1'
county jail in Starke after arraign- Regional Evaluation and Treatment
ment before County Judge Elzie S. A Palatka Naf lional Guardsman lost Center in Gainesville Lee has been 18" KAN, 3-SPEEDS STATE
Sanders. his right arm : Friday June 13 in a confined at North Florida since last
freak accident at Camp Blanding. October 1.Gainesville. 34.88 79
Cycle Ditches RiderA Platoon Sergeant Walbert Allen resident Thornell .
Wise, a Vietnam veteran now serving Mulberry was the only person injuredin WA3-39W WAS.1081F'
motorcyclist sustained minor in- with Battery A, First Battalion, 265th the shooting. She had been awaiting
juries June hM blues tan blades,chrome safety 100% pure Pennsylvania
Saturday 14 when the 1976
Air Defense
Suzuki Artillery, had been attempting the completion of her daughter's grift CliciH.tlng, grade crude oil. HD-3O.
he
was riding jumped lanes on to di slodge an unfired shell treatment when the gunfire began.
CR 325 two-tenths of a mile south of from a 40 mm' anti-aircraft gun when Lee fired at several other people InfJNSULA
Hampton. _
Florida Highway Patrol records show r
that cyclist Finis Ralph Green, 23, 3" TABLETS ,
was heading north on 325 when he 17Vi LB. PAIL SSsHHW MEN'S
crossed into the southbound lane,
went Into a ditch, travelled 150 feet TION I PRICE EAQLE 42.88 ORIGINAL LEVI'S JEANS
and fell off.The cycle then spun end- Agftk
over-end for another 50 feet before P CHECK PACE R.OO W44-ea' '7 samilm
coming to a stop. S AVE THAT ENERGY / BY MAIL
No citation was issued by the
highway patrol. YOUR 14 ounce denim' .Is riveted end ber-leclted/ et
i't' cLt COST FINAL 36.88 point of streln Five pocketl. 29-34.

Man. 25, ArrestedFor

Drugged DrivingA egeaal Maker

25-year-old Gainesville man was .
charged with two narcotics counts jf r- t 1 also e
and a related traffic violation at 8:30 7 fiWR illffllltM. ,
p.m. on June 14. HOME COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL '
Police cited John M. Ronan for HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE
felonious possession of a controlled
FIBERGLAS BATTS HOUSE EXTERIOR E 10% SAVE 3794r
substance methaqualone and SAW 1e tt4r
driving FREE ESTIMATES SAVE UP TO 1.00

while drugs.Patrolman under the influence A.B. Sharp of narcotic made. GLADLY see GIVEN OUR AO ATINSULATIONCONrRACTORS .. NEW INSULATION OR OLD CONSTRUCTION 97 WAS 1.39 5-TO :5 WAS 3.44

the arrest after stopping Ronan on QUALITY INSTALLATION
U.S. 301. COLO HCA T" AIM I FLUORIDE SEA & SKI 4 OZ. BRIEFS/T-SHIRTS NYLOW POLOS FOR

Lt. Denton Devoe later added a BATING I 9646956FRAME I SAVE 00I|WASTE 64 OZ SUNTAN LOTION POLY. COT.3-PK. MEN. IRREGULARS.
'ON 1
misdemeanor marijuana possessioncount ON COOLING Vasel'iire'VASELINE Famous Maker
to Ronan's charges after the
suspect was brought to the Starke a DEAN CASSELS INSULATION t!!]

Police Station. STARKE ,
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Car Bashes 2.8edlY1

Parked PickupA a0N OZ Lot

55-year-old Starke man was
charged with D.W.I. in connectionwith 1111.. 111 i s OV'E' 32% SAVE 35% SPECIAL!
a two vehicle East
mishap on
Call Street 125 feet W (3tr 88O s '
east of Walnut aft 59C 010.88 t 114.9 4AF
Street In Starke Friday June 13.No in-
juries were reported although $600 AID X DRY OR 3.75 OZ WHITE 8' DENIM WADDED SHOE
damage was done to the vehicles involved MULTI-MILE TIRES iHT POWDER PETROLEUM JELLY JEANS Size 6-18. COLLAR

White Spoke
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Police records show a 1974 ; a First Quality LIMIT
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Coin and Gun Theft I dan tag I *1 done to the vehicles involved. mood Sherman Daniel. 3D, of Stark In Case of Fight with Union Deputy SheriffA

Reported I In Pi lice report showed a 1978 Ford was guiding his 1873 Chevrolet sedan -
Melrose; sedi in operated by John Thomas onto South Street from U.s. 301 when 29- ear old Reception and secutively to any time he Is now serv- Robert Harold Bridges pled no-
A Melrose man reported the theft of Han = 20, of Gainesville, and a It-year-old Danny A.Leasure backed, Medical Center Inmate was sentenced ing. contest to Introduction of contraband
.n antique cola collection several 197S k sedan driven by ,Jason Into him.' to one additional year In state prison last Feb. 11 Into UCI and he receiveda
rifles and numerous Jewelry.Item Low net Sealy, 69, of Brandon, were According to the roportLeasure by Circuit Court Judge Benjamin W. Union Correctional Institution' In- two-year prison term to run concurrently
after burglars entered his horn* tray Ming north on US 301 when Shifted his 1973 Pontiac sedan into Tench, Monday, June 16. at the courtroom mate Scott Tyrell Riley received an to the time he is now serving.
through a guest room window.. Han apton came over and side swiped reverse In an attempt to let the at. Union Correctional Institution. additional year's prison term for scalIng The state dropped a charge of felony
According to Bradford County Sherriffa the: Sealy vehicle. malfunctioning. vehicle moving. three security perimeter fences possession of a controlled substance.
Department records Frank D. ,Ni $citations were Issued by police. No citations were.Issued by police John Oliver Steele received the ad- last Nov.18,gaining access to the roof
King lost$8.000 worth of coins a Winchester ditional state prison term for leaving and main gate and number one tower Robert Ray Fulcomer was sentenced
rifle, an 1899 Savage saddle an outside work detail at employee complex before leaving the grounds.He to one year In state prison with the
rifle, a .44 caliber pistoL. a box con BI HS CafeteriaBi Towels Burn housing at RMC last Jan. 30, and was recently recaptured by time to run concurrently to his other
taming men's gold and sliver Jewelry iirglary Confessed In Jail Fire traveling to Gainesville In a passing Daytona Beach police who received a prison term after he pled nocontestto
valued at $500 and a diver' car, according to circuit court tip that Riley was living In an apartment Introduction: of contraband Into
wristwatch. AS (fe-year: old rural Starke man was Several towels Ignited at the Brad records. Steele was taken into house complex.: His prison termis UCI. The state dropped a charge of
'arret ited by Starke police after he fordcounty Jail and the Starke Fire custody later the same day by the to run consecutive to any time he la felony possession of a controlled
turns \td( ,himself in at the Bradford Department was called to put out the.: Florida Highway; Patrol and Alachua ,now serving. substance, marijuana. The Incident
Nails Puncture ,Count y Jail In Starke S fire at 2 a m. Thursday June U.: County Sheriffs Department deputies took place last Feb. IS.
Semi[Truck ,Tires 'IS, aE I was charged with burglarizing Records show the fire was confined' at a Gainesville motel. Inmate Thomas N. Crouch vitas
the B adford High School to the towels at the.Jail.Twined. Steele's sentence will run con- sentence to two additional years by Gary Eugene Thornton at the cour-
$150 damage was recorded In a : Pot records show Gerald E. Grit- I 1 the court for eecapll1glast August 25 thouse In Lake Butler, pled guilty to
semi-pickup truck mishap witli no one fts RI .. Box 15K, was booked at the when he entered the farm office at burglary of the Handyway Grocery
injured In the accident on US 301 1.6 Jail[t '01 j a charge of burglary-Grand Plead Florida State Prison. where he worked Store last March 13. Judge Tench
miles north of Lawtey at .:45, ,..m. ,' i f a DataSyatema cash register 3 Not-Guilty and asked fellow Inmate Robert T. report beforea
Monday, June 18. series ] no valued at between $1,500and Julian for some nails. When Julian sentence handed down in the case.
Florida Highway Patrol records $2,' 00. went Into the store room Crouch produced No date has been set for sentencing.
show a 1977 International semi ; Patrol man W.K. Mclntlre. I who a knife and tied Julian to a
operated by Troy Hayward; 48. ek made tl e arrest, t told this paper that Before Judge Sanders chair, according to court records.
Jacksonville was passing a J9T7 Ford hereceltheloca ved a call I that Griffis was at Crouch inert took a state radio and Boy Scouts Raft
pickup truck, driven by Kenneth Jail and wanted to confess to escaped by driving a Department of Fifty Miles
Wilbur Bayne,Sr.,42,of Jacksonville burglar ling the cafeteria. Mcintire Seven'persona were fined and three guilty to a criminal mischief charge. Corrections truck from.the area of the
when a box of nails fell of the semi into pointed out that Griffls. showed him others entered not-guilty pleas Thursday As part of plea bargaining the state prison.As Seven members of Bradford Troop
the path of the pickup truck, which that net :jok a rock broke a glass door June 12, before :Judge EWe announced\ it was dropping charges part of plea bargaining the state 70 participated In a fifty mile North
then ran over the nails and picked, : ,to gain ccess to the cafeteria. i Sanders In Bradford County Traffic against Gibson of disorderly Intoxica dropped charges of grand theft of a Florida Boy Scout Council Suwannc
them up In all of the Urea. -: Griffu") was still In Jail in lieu of Court. tion and fleeing or attempting to eludea truck belonging to the DOC; false im- River raft trip during the week of
No citations w..1aIuecI by, the. n,. tx md. which was set after he William Henry Hicks, pled no- police officer. prisonment of Inmate Julian; possession June 9-14.
highway patrol., *' was .rr signed before Bradford County contest to driving-whlle-intoxicatod. Two persons entered not guilty of a weapon by a state prisoner Eric Lane, Bill Sanders, Dirk and
Elzle S. Sanders. and and assault by a prisoner on Julian. Shaun Schmidt and Hal and Randy
Judg i Judge Sanders levied a fine of $313 pleas their cases were transferred
and suspended Hicks' drivers license to the Jury trial docket: Wood accompanied by John Schmidt
Cars Sideswipe for 80 daYi. John T. Hawaii, charged with im- Inmate Alonzo Watkins received an left Branford Sunday on a raft they
fa rs Collide On 301 proper exhibition additional year in state prison after built themselves More than 200 other
No One Injured Daniel Clyde Kapp was fined NIle a dangerous he pled guilty to possession of a North Florida scouts also par.
No ifuries were reported as a after pleading! guilty to driving weapon.David ticipated in the event.
No one was Injured In a two car accident resultSOliwhj i M a two car accident on U.S. his license was suspended or revoked. M. Morrison, charged with weapon by a state prisoner.
eo US 301100 feet south of Edwards Ich occurred at 8:18 p.m. on Darrell Leroy Jones pled to disorderly! Intoxication. ----------....
Inmate James Lee Ingraham
Loop Road In Stark fill PE. Griffls. pleaded not to I
Monday June! :IPoll' I i. no valid drivers license: and w guilty Introduction ,
entered to
June 18, at a:19 p.m. ,with $1,080 I' a reports indicate that F-y $39.73. failure to transmit water well reports a no-contest plea
to the Suwannee River Water of contraband instate prison and I II
Joseph Brewton'was fined $55.50, Management District. Griffls' case received a two-year sentence to run I "WE'RE
after, pleading, guilty 10 driving was transferred to the non-Jury trial concurrently to his current sentence.
I lL I I Obituaries \" II .HIIH I J without a UctmIIe. docket.. The state as part of plea negotiations I I II
dropped a change of possession of a WAITII1IG

Tommy Curtis Sconyers was fined controlled substance.
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Paul James Newsome M* fsl, Ruby Rosier Gaynoe 1170.50 after pleading guilty to fleeing I FOR YOU' I II
Paul James Newsome SS, of Mn I f. Ruby Rosier Gaynoe of Ocala or atttempting! to elude a police) officer Clinic Offers Varied Serv ices To Kingsley Residents ;
70. .., retired at Florida and was fined "1.75 after
Starke, died at his home Monday .1 supervisor
afternoon. Com, tenons Institute, died Tuesday pleading ty to unlawful speed The monthly health clinic will be pressure, blood test tuberculosis skin I
Born in Bradford County January" June 17. John Pitts was fined $38 after held at the Kingsley Lake civic center teats Immunizations, blood sugar, I
Mr. Newsome was self- Fui teal services will be conductedat pleading ty to careless driving. from 9 to 12 noon Monday. June 23. hemoglobin, trlgdycerides, pre- it ,
1949
22.employed In the automotive Industry. gi faveslde In Conner Cemetery, Steve Gregory Gibson was fined Persons of all ages from the Kingsley marital tests, V.D. tests. and general -
$91.75 after pleading guilty to wilful Lake community are Invited to attend medical services.
Survivors include: his stepfather westi fro Bradford County, near Persona taking(
Shelbert Rata| at 2 today (Thursday and wanton reckless driving.. Gibson and receive health services for a ,
and mother Mr. and Mrs. B. fd, p.m. was placed on probation for 60 days mull fee. tests are asked to refrain from eating .
Rosier of Starke one son, David.J.NIIWIGIII8 June 19). mid-
; after 12
drinking liquids
of Crescent Beach; three But vivors Include: one eon, Grady and ordered to serve 10 days In the The following services will be or Sunday.any
Bradford County Jail after pleading available at this night
brothers, Francis Bryant of Lake City Yarn* W of Palatka; one daughter time: blood
.William Bryant and Adam Rosier, Glen la Loften of West Palm Beach;
both of Starke; three .sisters Cathy two ; grandsons; foqr sisters Doris
Moore and Clara Jean Thornton. both < Notrr Starke, Delores Car-
of Starke, and Teresa Norsworthy of mlch'! eel. Jacksonville, Aleene Uhl,
Jacksonville.i Orlai ado Lorena Bryan, Anniston
Funeral ser Wee win be held ataiO 'jAla.;: ruse (footer" ,brother Jimmy Lee.: I
j June.401 JM i-rifT1"; *: 'P
P.M. today, (Thursday* -- 1
the chapel of Jones'Funeral Home. ..t t Hit ITS Funeral Home of Ocala is in
with Mr. Gilbert Croeley officiating. chart (e of arrangements.
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Interment will be In Sapp Cemeteryat .. ..
Raiford under the direction of Mrs c, Marjorie Nettles Bastlne O

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home., Mr I. Marjorie E. Nettles Bastlne,, -OP
82 I, 01 KoKoMo Rd. Lake Hamilton, 9 =-
Florti da. died Wednesday In Haines 4" '3-
City I fowpital after a brief illness. 9 ,.
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Mrs. Mabel Crews Sapp Bor k in Union County, Mrs. Bastine milli
Mrs. Mabel Crews Sapp.75, of New has Uw< d in Haines City area for the
River section of Bradford County. last as,'J rears. She was a homemakerand
died Thursday at the North Florida a its ember of the Church of Jesus
Regional Hospital in Gainesville aftera Christ cj f Latter Day, Saints Haines From General Electric
brief Illness. City.r ,'
M....Sapp was a life lone resident of F'won include: her husband. Top f The Lino Features Top Of The Line Features
Bradford County wage homemaker A.B. Bai! Mine of Lake Hamilton; one ,
and a member tJ the First Christian daughtel) r, Mrs. Jean Boldger of
Church of Starke. Houston Tex.; one son 'Thomas AUTOMATIC SENSOR Large capaCIIY.Two-.p.ad GE TOP OF THE LINE
Survivors Include: her husband, Bastine j )f Haines City; one step son,, washer.
Ethan A. Sapp New Rivers two Ronnie B. Bastine of Hattlesburg, CONTROL DRYER WITH 'k.lfMraalule. WASHER !
daughters Mrs Novas Ward, Slarke Mill:; t sight sisters. Mrs. Maude l Automatic Sensor Control Ttirt* wash/rinse
and Mra. Colette Latin of Aldermi in, Palatka; Mrs. Myrtice I Dryer, POLYESTER KNIT CYCLE! temperature combinations$
Washington. D.C.; three sons Dempsey Andrew) .- Orlando; Mrs. Thelma I>Three Cycles Including with energy saving cold!
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Sapp both ofGainesvile Dicks at id Mrs. Imogene Smith bothof''Las' | Automatic permanent water selections.Variable .
andLeslie Sapp of e Butler; Mrs. Beatrice !)Na.. Cottons, PolyesterS -- water level Sitting ,
Palatka one.1ateI' Mrs. Maude Farles, t Hawthorne; Mrs. Ethel Knells 1,0r, 4, permits matching water r2
; DIO Jundee Miss Nettles level to load size.
Owen of JacklOflvUi4I; twenty-one 14 ; Jacquelyn Four Drying Selections
grandchildren and fourteen great ,' usalito, Calif; Ms. Catherine Normal.' Perm Press A Four cycles regular'
Parrisn Largo; and eight .grand- Polyester Knits, low heat perm press, polyastsr knit .
grandchildren.Funeral: services were held Satur- chlidnl .1.Fuml for dellcales, no heal /Hull and MlnlQuickJMAutomatic In I

day June 14, at 3p.m. in the FiratChrl.tlan ral services were held Friday I*Optional Permanent Press extra rime
Church of Starke.with Rev. .morel, gin the Church of Jesus Christ a Polyesters Extra Care election. I l
Jack Bowman officiating. Burial of Latl n with Saints in Haines City, at selection Bleach a, fabric softener [
followed In Ben Sapp Cemetery In 10 ahBlshot Bishop George Davis, B.Optional End of Cycle dispensers. '
New River under the direction of Ar- Ronnie Sprain and Elder | Signal selection re Filter-Flo1 system helps I i
Butler Hoflts Brannen officiating. Burial Removable Up-Front Lent trap lint.Durable. -
cher Funeral Home of Lake
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follow* d, at a p.m.. ,in Oak Grove Filter rA porcelain enamel _
CemetW.W. vy In Union County with Elder Drum LampElectronically r finished lop. lid, tub fc
'lofdon dedicating the grave. > ,, Tested basket.
Archg 'Funeral Home of Lake Butler .;Electronically tested i
was! If charge\ of arrangements.. quality I
StaffordInfant
Infant Sarah
$ *Unbalanced load control

Sarah Stafford died at birth CARD OF THANKS -$219 i ystem. X% mw gm, WWASJ61
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Thursday June 12. In hands '
Teaching Hospital.Survivors Th|f family of Mn.:Nita S. Rosier
include her parents, Mr.:' wish *i to express our sincere thanks /
and Mn. Fred E. Stafford-Jr.; 1 and n appreciation to our friends and
brother. Matthew, and 2 sisters,' relit&;; rves for the prayers, flowers and otter oft Ilia line Prices / it Bottom of the Line Prices
Holie| and a twin sister,'Joy. all ,of. food. '{rendered during the Illness and MORE
Brooker. lossi (f our loved one. A special thanks t
Private funeral services were held to 0': T. Sundusadee and the staff at ,
by the family Sunday June 15. at the Bra(. ( County Hospital for ser I. BUT i Automatic P.7' oven
graveside In Brandy Branch. vicet t ford May God richly bless I MXe cleaning system: :
Entire I Interior
County. DeWitt C.i' oven
Baker
Cemetery, youv' I f
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Jones Funeral Home Starker was.In. ; -'' Husband James Rosier" : BOTH. ', Unit reflector pans

charge of arrangements. ..>;. }I Children and family ., .' o .One-plsce upswept
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! Welding of al4 i'A''Je$
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convenience\ 'JDoI .
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; 1-! : If ire: build log *.Adjustable Up-Iron/ defrost temperature" 5 I $' 3 5 9

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Conservation by vuii&rrvutiuiiiitiI'oiiil Bern SmithSNIT Commentsa I ANN LAS5IFEPD$ o ; Keyed :ano i ;"Rroa t v' Rds I




MunaKenirnl-Balanced! ..Fish population resulting in poor fishing.

Popiilution. Maintaining a balanced You cannot correct an over population -

population of buss bream and catfish of small or intermediatesizedbream

is a problem particularly In small by fishing. In small ponds the PERSONAL CARS a FOR RENTCOMMIRCIAL

ponds (ponds less than one acre). Initially situation may be corrected by sein- PMMlML FOR SALE FORSALE

50 bass 50 channel catfish and ing. This is best done during the fall or SERVICES TRUCKS1ft

500 bream fingerlings are stocked per early: spring months by passing a 50- TWO ACMES near SR-IOO I OFFICE

acre. The fish population balance or 60-foot seine ofit Inch mesh CARPENTER WOtKl RIDING USSONSl Summer near Keystone Height DRIFTER HOLLOW BODY U Rambler Ambaieedor- SPACE across from town

be upset by incorrect stocking through the shallow parts of your Remodeling work, kitchen, fun 'In Melrose'd/b/o Pon- S3OO down 140.84 per electric guitar. Cherry red A i/C, radio, healer.' Tire hall. 400 square feet. $160

may mismunKumcnt muddy water or pond. Destroy all :3-Inch or smaller cabinets and trimcorp.n.r. Pico' Stable-Call 473-2610 month. Phone 473-4058 or and block with fingerswitch. g aod.A* I$330.4733411II month.

unusual such as too much bream and throw back all bass and R.a.onablaprice : 3/13 4tchg 65.HOMES. 473.4367 after 6 p.m. Come with hard. !fnchg 4/17 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY
mishaps 94GLASTRON shell boulder trap '
tfnchg
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Call Ed Dempsey ol
bream for 196! CHEVY E.E.'pick-up. REALTOR
floodwater or a fish kill from Insecticides any large enough fishing. 4732477. tfnchg65AtCOHOLIC SKI 1OAT--I6'. picks, cord the work< ) A.ocrlllc. '
You should seine the week 6 .cylinder. $600 cath' ors 473-4961
pond
or other pollutants.A every ANONYMOUS 130HP Mercury power .. $J30.' Phone
FOR moll good running cor ol' tfnchg 6/12
until most of the bream you catch are ti and 473-7140 after S. 'Itchg
trim bilge
Cloud meeting Monday pump
of usable size. e common problemIs p.m. Open meeting, Friday SALE cover Excellent condition. 6/19 aymnt. of $103.94. 'furnished, with expondo
a pond becoming over For additional information or 8 AlanonMonday/ $2.899. 473-3202.: tfnchg
p.m.
737140.. Itchg 6/1a living room. In High' Ridge
crowded with small bream. Bream assistance with fish pond management 8 p.m. Alateen.' Monday 7 HOUSE AND LOt. 25000. 3/13 SIX FOOT PADDED BAR with It 71 FORD LTD STATION Iota'... $100 depotlt $175

may spawn in all months of the year contact the Soil Conservation p.m. All meeting In Haul only. SIS.OCO. to LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- 4 stools, '73: 16 cu.ft.0... 9 !VAOON. Reliable a month. Open June 20.

and create a severely Imbalanced fish Service at 964-6280. Educational Building Com move. Small 2BR cottagocompl.t.I Keystone Height owner chose freeier $100. I raniportallon. $400 or Can receive calls In evening

munlty Church tfncng 6/5. remodeled financed! 10 percent 'In- 473.4177 or 4732007. Hod I ml offer. Call 4752499. at 283-9-498 Mid-
overlooking Spring Lake. terel.' Lot on clear, and 6/19'
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I tchll 6/19 dleburg. 2tchg 6/12-6/19
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 4732595. 3tchg 6/12.19 bottomed lake, priced to ''GATOR
BONE LAKE--
WORK--build ell from $9.000. One to rURNITUREi 4 book shelve. "

fireplace, additions. SPACIOUS 2I1t TRAILER, on five acre ov.rlooklng'ak.acc. $60 let; matching coffee WANTEDC. modern 2BR. ISA unfurnished -

remodeling. Free nearly ore acre of land In ( ..* available' ) with table, $33i: end table' $20 fireplace, deck,

<, ..,''mol.*. Doyl-473-4473. High Ridge* Estates. Front nice tree from $3.500. each: 2 do..... $15 each AIM FOR GOLD Sterling cent 473-3473.air cond. and garage.

an ElectronicCash N i g h is--782.3906. 6fpd and bock porches, largo $300 down, $50 a month. camel toddle tool, (33. diamond, (jewelry, coin 4tchg6/12-7/IO

5/32-6/26: 'lenced-liv! garden area, 2 Commercial frontage-- 473.:11I73.chg619: and dental gold. Will visit

Register WORK WANTED" utility sheds, well planted! 'Investment opportunity. your home. 1-374-J23J.

iatA"Mechanical remodeling room additions tree and much more. SR-2IN. Owner-oleiman. FREE-7-month-old pup part Mr. Rlltmon. tfnchg 6/5

barns built. sun $16,500. Appointment on 473.4375. tfnchg 5/22 Lab-Blue tick. lot 63 I Deer I OUICI STUDENT NEEDS ClassifiedAds

-a- t. Prfcer d.cb. and any small ly. 4737140. llchg 6/19 AKC DOBERMAN PUPS- Springs Rood. 473-3333.: WORK. Will do anything'

repair. Call Budget ..ou.llullltt.r of ilx., Free Itpel 6/19 from yard work to pointing

Builders at 473.2803 or obedience lenoni. Sire etc. Phone 4733680.

264-7019.llnchg and dam fromWACHEMEISTCR 2>chg: 6/19-26 .
the Victor 511 ECR LOCAL CHILD CARI-Two MISCELLANEOUSSHOREMASTi DOBERMAN LOSTFOUNDFOUNDt

t1 young mother with to Phone 473-7193. Ifnchg 6/12
You all these benefits from this ALUMINUM FOR RENT
set provide day car for pro- SHOREMASTER ALUMINUM SMAll POCKET

sophisticated Electronic Cash Resister System. school... Large fenced! portable boat lifts and portable boat lifts and SIZE MEMO PADS Found Bring
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dock. Call for free demo. JFMCI OR SHOP SPACE
Two snacks day on
yard. a dock. Call for free demo. the week of June 2 In the
i] < "e''". enl locked- detail audit tape Weekday. 473-293 tawrence Blvd. next to Andrew
and 'lunch provided. Call
Weekday 473-2993. Monitor office Please call
i1 .. i < I ''xmqe" many otnet standard failures to for Interview 4752179. weekend 473-3991. tfnchg Orugi. Formerly' El-
weekend 4733991. 4/10 473.2210 Von. Tut.
Results
: ri Ofovide omplelc management 6/12.19 5/1 Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone
Jtpd
,. onttcr TFchg Thun., Fri. 9530. tfn 6/12
473-34.
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To euv Or Son Call tool. Experienced only need 377-0721 475XoyBASVSITTEI apply.371 9>*>. .

Sat. & Sun 'In NW horn*. 20 ASSISTANTAPT.M, ANAOKR MECHANIC SEWING MACH/NE IN STANKE
TOMMY LEE JONES hrs/w* h, Permanent .. ....,
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430; 6:45: 9.00 not SoenlMt......_.. "na. pref.irr.... but par week two per m _'h. Mall trial. type eouloment. Good .alt
c I p/ .V. C.II,17 0720. application to Men ioer PIn. ry & trifler benefits PlaaM call

Mon & Tue. 03 DRIVER POP SEMI, .C@Nu.h' :: ..Apt. PI. >>411, l. Moo SW ttonecjtl loth Ave.]*: Afir ShereaM, 9A4 SOW
Experienced Only Possible partner L..no I for certified dental. ..- SHIRT ... ExperiencedMinimum
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7 30 1. : smoker Only JIm.77e-M6I1. / bonut. day and other Ne. benefits Call 377-167 person eV I ernoon a ..n. 7173 W Unl..nltv Av.
r I OAS STATION MANAGER CHAIR SIDE ASSISTANT Call. 3m.*... Custom Care Cleaners

UNIVERSAL PICTUHB PC Wanted retail Previous oMperlence: fttalron necetaary.Ctoreor Some in Rattoratlv Mperlanca*<>*: erred.. CONCRETE CONST iiUCIlON I : COUNTER' HELP,NEEOtD
United Fi el" Corp .37tS333.CONVCNIfiNCfJ ... Part lime day Apoly in person
Call 373-'? Plua and Brew
301 Drive-In STON8! DRIVfi! WAY ATTBNOANT.PN CARPtNTtRNtEDED. <.421437.LIVBIN Isle waft tUntv Ave
PART OR aLma TIME <**/nca<< neat, Ht BUP
Aooty betwetn 9 .. a. 13 noon, / tchedur: Rota:; I''P'1 l wanted for *ml-lot, valid Itoom PHARMACISTOcata DW it n.
JMMNVVWhAvemja.IWCKlROtETBfWIR" Shell. "MM _., Rd.,. Spr4na.
->9OOCMARGCM salary Newberry.7.511ver Olvd.,
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.""' .. STEVE The s E., itjt0 Power 17P Pineal NO'Ib1' ark gold If/I OAT SUN '.0'. original,

.. MARTIN.JERK metlc'rlno.. air power, em/Tm brake, bucheti.*, autopower FM, low=::'i. oo od wheel.condition.AMmalnlalntd. :. Sge'to.appreciate A In excellent U3OO condition. or
canool.' new "'.'. Cragar rlmi PI..II.I' 777. 6'''..... best otfgf 3/a ;../. student
JlMM negotiable: Call 4a-a/4
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE heep caHlnp sttnlent._ IMPECCASI. C'A ISIC' "1972 'It DATSUN 7402 new paint Aloratae
-CPA 1 19s. ;,;:'n.'i' ;;. qes.y 1Itnolne *. 4 peeil.i.v t-r'of:: mull
FORD CLASSIC 797 V-0, palM. br.e IO Mw 3136 fret VJ1" or $ l$
Iere C AOt.LAC D.VILLO $1150 n".b' Tall JIm. attar TIA r.dl.. "we. r wl"dow.. SludenSlly ..
0 with V/nv// / /PINK.oadNl/ 1Kn 7l1779 SIUdencruise.' till.I s1.rea. I 3190 much
wish ODllonf SIMS mde. Call, .73170laden. lf 7l HONDA CIVIC Hatchback.Ned. .
SHOWTIM SUNDOWN mey C0r1 IMO CUTLASS
: ."I- ILM.I 1/a 011E SUPREM@ excellent. condition only
Cruise V ssKSr' s0 4101 1AUDI. 4 cv"n_. Oreat moo. only
/ 37t MM jt... 3.30-weakens$ AC.eI, *.door sumo'tOC o Day it' offer 3737777.orVsV .7.973077_ _.....eve.. tturtpntJAOUAR

EKCellen/condtNOn. l.71 PLYMOUTH .. : XJAL. 4 door Sedan.
OUSTER 4 _
Call454-10M.: cylinder Good MPG, new paint, ooodmechanic
ttandard cassette9N FORD eron/lne. ,
200. IINds el condition $5500.
'72 MOil 12' t- Darts sagegood AM/FM fa93.radio 'look and runs w.....1310: .-Sent one 'r. 373 $1.19.1.00. day: ." .HM eve
Parts 3?? 063 d Ire 7.30. ,- -
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S/Wen/ 37'97. .. MAZOA OLC Isle tdoor.. CHEROKEE .
JEEP. 1974 4
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MI, home. on Ir. BfJAUTV % MIVAi CV. 3 BR C h>*o to Law School in Oolf view
acrke, '.ono ,101 near Net. 25.15. ;1100 ea. ff. tt.*-eal Room Cvprut. panoMno, and calhcrtrdl,
reason to buy a stone Hy/ Appro./m.Ie1V' en over 'i acre lot |A*> OOOVanguard *>eamo "A 1000 So: P1. WON screened DatIO, mweelmert :it Proper- W.MO 1/7 OBSS alter 6PMv
and many eMlr<*.. tsv.OOO or REALTOR .176I 11-0
c. VICTOR from the Office / comparable/ home in __ Ownernice Ne. 3 BW. j
G.meflot' l-43-"35OCEANPRONT eY OWNKRt furnl* -.11:' BR ftjih, double Cs potI, 9-v
< home Wall to wall ce air., assumable marl owner 'will,
? LOTS. Creftcenl. Mice oulel coMtnlry are e Located ,IMO '"1. tlOOOO down. .....00
Shop Beach ..,._. owner-term, near Newberry. Own er will finance 3/3 .?..3/6 4AJ after S-3O
Goodrich Contpany Broker. ef to-% inter, .... Call _
I 471-14/7. 4/3 316?or 477 3340 BV OWNER 3..., bath

-I 4 Acre home.ite with I IS4' an V OWNER. Close-IC> -up3 .... ?n.,:..'Paw 0' 'r.Crpet0reaCr'nchSV! ,
Becausewhenyour famoui Suwannee "'.-. Larotbeautiful ?bath. IMX 'o. rP, p..ch. flrepainf A ,.umabl. 9' *"fc loan wI'n
nn a""MONTb...... : cvpra** oak. pine and place new carpet a> A'. navmcnl:* of f .711 month wifh no
tree. 33 ml i. from O'yllle sumo 0'7*1 loan. TJMTerr NW 7l/h ouaiifvina 39wo can, ,
machine breaks down, f..::.I.In heat Town unit 4 etr.Country oreet Trailer Conn.rum tat.soo caM,904 23e-37: . CIO, 310 9 less-- coos
Lodoe. Lot, Headland.M-t. Firm: AUTu349.3O5HW3 leOOO. IOOForrect 2 ACRES with I4O on beautiful .Y OWNER 3 OR( V i earn. 0Y OWNER, beautiful 4 OR
Nell Owner flnanclno. Rome. ,,
give a leaner Star Lake Nice n-Ighberhooeo closeo with pop Privacy
you wa noceMeceaJfttCaoeiiaMoMle/ '" yard
000 Landmark Realty of CalnetVllle. cttool" .UK. Total prl c.310000 .un" fcrmn.d-11. MOW El/
_. llttaS REALTOR.374 $/3B 14,9OO down. $737n0 Call 9=lcml NW location, "._
kitchen; cent we HAVE SEVERAL NIC >/. l.*l exl .oi NO Oro'k./. /.,,,.., 3/B IIIII>/. aIR/!

heat/air excellent condition.fJOOO home & COndofP' the Crecenl BY e.A' 31IB A Plato 'o bealn this f bedroom
MODEL 100 set 'up In wmtnev... Mobile Beach area, reasonable, raleIsle i sn w./ 531.S =.Cll'h. 3 team totaled Turkey Creek,
Home Park.c.tlm. Call Anchor' Really cent air .
as.noel.now cool fnilcte' ulllttv area, todded front
REALTORS. .- / -ian tie as 341R: Or ]/7.1070, yard J00 nouola* a. Son
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Combination calculator and adding machine /n0 LIMY73 hood. New display .man.lent,cOnd1119 sill.. I l AW, ..". How el' J93 2Mo or a/6 31M, after
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Features machine" clever. IOO Coffee fable' f40Weirtut
"adding O
logic W..H.". APT E/2E ".v,. turnfaol*. Kenwood 71 too arrardoto eO occasional. chair %31 4
CAa .oodunellll. Dryert waifratti drawer Intl/1943 4>i 7B35 ,
tiffiff waathermakercommercla 173.
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Accepts drop-in ribbon cartridge for fast, air' conditioner. 3 Whirlpool, Custom dry control.WASHB '. .r "..r.. ... Date> "x TuetLKCAR too carrier, i 7 e"
Phae. .Imps/n.w.0110 ... .
27O volt water to air. 3/1.3731 ff ........ hardware excellent '
neat and easy changes Inever utedj ,193"'glass._ ,._ condition' '
? "" prver, 1100. JTU0.1NT t_AViNOj Mutt tell, 3/i 94300
DELUXE OVEN-Almo*. new Sear Kenmore heavy duty ***.. 11.' d.*i'. TWO .
?? if gal.' lu1n tetup in
Wetlnohoue cortflnueu clean..cNenic0ndlon Call 37I2OS.. ""(.!" self qua
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flank' or.../chreme finish no 3771. 31412"1!t5!!! Paw ''n9 wood lone ".nd. .ar..n'
burner 13lane.otlabl.' .377047' a fjuMNRM OAS HANOISINKHCPftlGCftATOR E411 "O"d. Ovn."o fillers. power 1
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SALE rORSAiE FOR SALE fORSAlE HOMES
FOR RENT PERSONAL YARD

I SERVICES BLACK ONES 41 whit a"pow. FORSALE
Union County Rds RADPORO VILLAGI YARD SALEi Frl. Sot. ((20th FENCINOi All kinds hog You pick for $9 a .w..u..a. Vpick'or

APARTMENTS One BR, CARPENTER specializing In I 2t.t). At 634 N. Cherry wire, !welded' wire/ barbwire bushel. M mil East on SR We-ptck an .order. Open OWNER WANTS TO TRADE
PERSONAL FOR RENT furnished. AC carpet, remodeling screen rooms, St. 6/1t. ttpd., wood. chain link; 16. 9647655. 6/19 Itpd. Mon-Sot. from BOO-6.3O, his 3(*house In Smith for
walled garden potlo. Call sun decks concrete. and free estimates. MANNING CHICKEN FERTIUZfXl We Sun. 2.W'6:30.. Take SR 26 a doublewlde mobile
SERVICES FOR RENT IN LAWN 964-8601.61'9 TFN block work. Phone Bud LOSTFOUNDLOST FENCE CO.. 473-4822. will deliver and spread It to 200A (Earltan Bid). ham Wad, Bohr, Broker
UTlERiTwo PALM APARTMENTS Furnished 964-7816. 3/28 TFchg H. Keystone. TFchg M. for you for $55 a load. Westsld. of Big Last Santa 72-4973. 5/1 TFN.
CUSTOM MADI bedroom efficiencies and I 1 KEENS TREE SUROEONl CHAIN LINK PENCE Truck hold 3Vs tons If F.*. See sign No dog TWO YEAR OLD HOUSE on
PRINFIRINSIPreeestimates. apartment. $100 par BR removal. 14 yrs.experience. DoGs Large Lab-Setter 2V4\ acres' lawtey, area
month. Call apte. weekly or mon Trimming material Do It yourself your hay field or pasture please. Longneckers.
: Local' 496-3179. thly. NEW FURNISHED Hove 95 ft. combo. long black hair. and ... Installation Only $1500 down. Wada
Available, .0. needs fertilising pleas Metros Phone 475-1151
distributors for completely July I. 2tpd 6/19 STUDIOS. monthly only, bucket. Free estimates.Phono Answers to Rod. Phone43114M. .... Bohr Broker 782-3973 5/1
626.TRAILEHiFurnlihed. 6/5 4tchg 6/26. available. Free estimate call 964-6224 anytl. 619Itpd. before, ':30 or after 500.:
washable notlonolltod".rtl..d 2313 N. Temple, Starko.TFcha 7823733. TFchg HandyMan Fence Co. TFN.
three LOST HAMPTON AREA 6/9
GardsetteDraperies. MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory BY OWNERt Completelyremodeled
SAW Enter' bedroom two bath central KITCHENETTES OnO BR Sheltle (miniature Collie), 964-8559. TFchg L. SEARS a WHEEL bicycle. liken TFN.WANTED
trained mechanics.US301 2 both,
BR ana
heat and air. Nice ton and white male.Answer WATSOITS' HOUSE ,01' _. $150. Call anytime,
..*. Ed or loma apartments, pool TV AC South 964-6O20 Family Room Fireplace.
loca tlon. Call "Charlie". VACUUMS Many brand
490-2219. 4943018.2tchg utilities Included. to before 4:30: p.m. 964-9133.
Stephen Totally 5/29 TFchg S.BASYSITTING Screened porch Control
e/19 6/26. modico0onchild'spet. of vacuum. Used
Need now .
6/19 Itpd.CRAFTSMAN
51180TFN.IIEASONAILI. furnished. Weekly mart In home.Hot .
my Heat I AIr. Nice Comer Lot
Pleaiei call 964-1834. machines available. Part PRICES PAID for used
GOOD
Small tree thly rates. TEMPLE MOTEL, lunches, fenced yard. 4 MODEL 1021
and limbs cut or trimmed FOR SALE 880 N. Temple Ave.,, $20.OO weekly. Contact, Reword e/19 llpd.. and accessories for all haper IVk hp'motor. 16" mobile home H mortgage W.In Saratoga Pratt Height St. Phone
Reasonable rate*. CallTony'43..1I.4 Starke. Phono, "' .7357., Sandra Woodari, Pine. St... HELP"WANTED vacuum .y.t.m.04 NW Rockwell porroplone. 2 is 3/4)paid or mar*. OLIN'SMOIIL. 964-563. Available Now.
.. HOME SALES.
Gainesville
10th A. ,
allor 6 9/JOTFchg. 6/5 4tpd 6/26. .
"eJbodop.ood.
Hampton.
p.m. pair of drapee S/l TFN. M.LAKEVIEW .
OFFICE AND 7
SCHOOL SUP- 3767110. TFchg A4-S406. Open day
1/3 TfN. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL phone Call 964-o88
lAIVSITTINOiWIII babysit In Put$. OlFTSiS.o Union HOME PARK mobile homes DIPLOMA by taking the THE MOWER CLINICs, All 6/19 weekly. TFchg SUBDIVISION!

my homo day or night.Call County Time open ,Monday and spaces for rent. Phone CEO tests. Application for types of mower and mall Itchll'MAIUN JO/Mi 1 lever action WANTED Mobile home, ante near Keystone available
496-2438. 2tpd 6/19 6/76. and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. 468-9913. TFchgIFFICHINCY the GED tests ore being PART TIMIl Mature. dependable Call soon I Pick your color 3
engine repair* Will' ..
Brand 20. Call and ttree. pick up.OHM'S
to 5 pm., Wedneeday- new. .. both brick _.
2
Will CAM FOR ILDMtyWOMENiln APARTMENT! taken at the Bradford- custodian 6 hours 964.5760.6/12 6/19. v.n
2lpd
MOIILE HOMI
closed Thursday and Fri and $2.40 964 8559 or 964-7931 (from lake to
clean week access
my homo. Experienced Exceptionally Union Area Vocational- per evening garage
'
FURNITURE
NEW AND USED 964-5606. 7
and references.Call day 8-30: a.m. till noon. well maintained newly Technical Center. The per hour to clean public 6 ant to 6 pm). 6/19 Itchg. SALES. Open Bedford Lake. Low $' 0''..
WORTHINGTON .. and applianc Porch days\ a week. TFchg
SP MOSi7
hi.eludes
496-2211. 2tchg 6/12 refurbished and furnished deadline, la Juno 20. Call library. Apply Bradford .ack.... BARGAIN 10 GAL. AQUARIUMl Low Interest If you qualify.
6/19. Milan from Reception and $140 mo. THE COVE 964-6150 for Info. Exams County Public Library at everything needed FOR COINSi Gold Contact Stevenson Construction -
IAKEK IP OAS. INC.I21 and Medical Center. Two APARTMENTS Phono are scheduled: June 23 9 ADS E. Jackson St.. Starke. CENTER US 301 South plus 2 pump Fish are aha CASH dental Co. Phone
I 10. Waiilo Fish President houMo on 2/3 aero. Roth 964-9069 for Information 24 at I p.m., 3 p.m.. 6:30 6/12 2tchg 619.CONNECTIONAL "" .6679. TFchg Included. $30. Call silver OF, sterling|I-"Y. optkal 9645086. S/1S TFchg.
for down PLUMBING FIXTURES win. gold. scrap
$25.000 $8.700
4/34 TFN.ILUPING. 964-7991 (from
family owned and 8.13 Juno 25 I OFFICER ll 1 964-85)9 or
p.m. p.m. BullInatan
operated. Wo strive to give and $315 monthly. Live Inone. ROOMS TVrefrigerator 26 at 630: p.m. and I:IS State Correction Service daws door, pipes, plus 6 am to 6 pm). 6/19 Itchg. frame 964-625O etc.TFchg.J.R. MOBILE HOMISi Why from pay tho
rent the other.' more? Buy direct
10.000 other Item now at
bettor price and service.We hotplate.Very p.m. June 27 at position at all male correctional USED 00-CARTl $100. Call FUND Young or
CMS FOR
selection of
William H. Hall Realty of factory. Large
Bargain Cantor, US 301
reasonable week
deliver cylinder,tanks by 9:30-10:30: : a.m. 6122tchg Institute.. Qualifications 964-9O44. 6/19 Itchg. old. Experienced or begin
Gainesville. 904-373-2026. 12'. 14' and double wide
UnderwoodMotel South. Starke. TFchgII
or fill your tank Phone 2tchq 612619.PIAI.Block or month. 6/19. : 18 yrs of age. high SILVER QUEEN sweet cam,I ners. Call %4-77M or COMMUNITY MOBILE
2596810. 4tpd 6/19 6/26 3.5 miles north of I PART TIME OFFICE WORK school diploma or Florida GLASTRON BOATs 223' okra. Owen "'"or.o:. %4.6073.6/19 ItIscl.MISCELLANEOUS.
7/3 7/10. Eye. Cream Forty Storta on US-301. Phone dally: will do filing typingover GED. Good character hp. V-hull. Vinyl top and 6/19 HOME SALES. US 301
Itchg.
WAYNE C. WILKINSON .and Zipper Cream. You 9647184. 5/15 TFchg. ( 50 wpm). 10 key adder background. POttage of many deluxe accessories. 964-9219. BOARs North. Open 9 to dusk. I to
will' not bo responsible for pick..... we pick.... Call MINI STORAOR UNITS by touch and lightbookkeeping. State exam. Salary range Just Ilk*' n.wl I Call ONE YORKSHIRE 6/19 6 on Sunday. Phone
any debts from this day David Stalnaker 496-3539. available In Keystone Hte. Call Jon ot (19.66712.56.( annual Gainesville 376-3619. TFN. $100. Call 964-S7IS. 964-117"1.615 TFN.
forward Incurred by 2tpd 612619.UAU1I.UL $TO and up. Phone 496-2810 0.964.5847.6/19 ly). 40 hr. shift work ,.,..k. I!pd. WHITE FRAME 2 tory houseon
anyone but myself. 6/19. RlUHRRIEStVoy 473-3193. TFchg B. 2tchg 6/26. "An Equal OpportunlivEmplaytorAffirmative EACH PJPPIESi Hunting SEWING MACHINI"SlNGEa 1.75 acre*. Beautifully
6/26. 7/3 erg. plck-60 cent per pound FURNISHED THREE ROOM IF YOU NEED ANY Brick Action lock.deer and rabbit. Call GOLDEN TOUCH AND MUTE TWO'-.kald landscaped. In-town 'location. .
wo pkk-SI.OO per pound. apartment with bath. Block or Stone work done Employer". Interested 9647S 6/12 2lchg 6/19. SEW". On, of Singer's kitten (yellow a .white Call). $45,000. By appointment .
for ham*
INSURANCEMAINES Schretimanni Rolling Utilities furnished. Private for a very reasonable persons apply to: Personnel finest ocig-it: :ags. buttonhole good only 964-7375. 6/19
Ranch In Providence, entrance and drive. No call at 9".62".6/19 Itpd.
price anytime Union Correctional In PAPER THIN COMPUTE *. blind hem* Itchg.:
Hood 241A. Call children or pets.Phone f 9646224. 6/19 CUFFASHLEY familycloomnolonts.
County Itpd.
tltute, PO Box 221 TELLS BODY stitch ha 171XUf BLAIRHOUSR
INSURANCI AGINCYi monograms .
% Need contact
755-0211 for direc- 964-5464. 6/5 TFN.. AND
TYPEWRITERS Adding
easy Rallord. 33083 phone TEMPERATURE. AmolnllT.I.AFav.r automatic push-button mobile home. 211.. I
160 S. lake Avo.. Lake with family of Cuff Ashley
STAEKRl Homo for rent. 3
tions. 4fchg 6/19 6/26 7/3 .Machines cleaned and ser- '/
Butler. 496-3978. Complete 7/10. BR 2 BA brick veneer Phone 964-6502. ( J:31-1212.) ,),12 Stchg give reading bobbin. etc. Sold new over lived! In Grandln, area bath central heat air condlllonlng .
Insurance Service. TFN RHODESIAN," RIDOIBACK newly built located In ..vIC.d.. to Telegraph. 6/19 / In actual C and F degrees $' 00. balance $127 or $12 low Raised daughter I t carpets partial
PAIIT TIMli dependable
Mature
EVIRYONI IS INSURARlEl ARC PUPStOutstandlng Saratoga Hgte. Minimum 6mo. 4tpd7/10. custodian. 6 hour by holding to forehead for per month. Call credit Alice Ma* (Woodst). ly furnished. Very good
Immediate, coverage bvphon. breeding, best watchdog .. 100... Call 9645511after PIANO LISSONSi beginner week) evenings $2.40 30 seconds. Gentle a* a manager collect ((904)) (PleraonT). She married. condition.' 4900. Call
.. JOE USHERAGINCY4962126 per mothers touch, children 37" "7. 6/12 TFMchg' T"tryont Sherlay 462-5508. 6/19 Itchaj.MOBRR .
and companion dog bred. 4:30: p.m. 6/9 4tchg preferred All age. EvanIng per hour to clean public! I
or Fantastic with children. 6/26. and Saturdays.423 N. library, Apply', Bradford and adults love using It. COLOR TV. 25" console 1880 Write Ports BfowBj HOME 10'xW 3
496-2903.TFN Call 7554)211.) Itchg 6/19 THREE 2/BR MOBILE HOMES Broadway Starke.' County Public Library at Use ever and aver. Only model. under warranty. Dan 7(8, Ik. Mary. Fla. BR. 2 bath. Call "" .8285.
6/26. For more Information call 964-7094. 6/19 2tpd6/26. 105 E. Jackson St.. Storka. $2.90 ea.. 3 for $5.94 Pay off balance due of 3274*. 6/19 2tpd 6/26.. 6/19 Itcha.
HELP WANTED 1979 UlSTANOiHatciibock. 964-8243 or "' .5261.6/12 6/12 2tchg 6/19. postpaid plus tax. Satisfaction $184.10 cash or assume -------
4 cyl. turbo sunroof. $150 TFN. CARS ftTRUCKS NURSING HOMEt Needs LPN Guaranteed! Jacomb payment of .".SO per ClassifiedAds i|I CLASSIFIED AD t
$300 PER 1000 ENVELOPESADDXESSEDiGuarantaed. down and toke overpayment 2 ./1 TRAILER. Expando l/R. far 4-12 shift. Full or Partlime. 3100 Alomo. Winter Park month. See at Whit Sewing 11Lot Ii iDeedlln, for Insertion
*. Phone Furnished. In Keystone, Phone. 964-6220. 6/5 FL 32792. 6/12 Stchg 6/26. and Appliance Center r Get'Results I,|, Tuesday eoa* preceding t
Wo furnish the envelopesand 496-3907.6119 TFN. Hti. S1OO deposit and S173 161 4.DOOIlIlENAULT. Ha tfnchg. CLUBS -'0 A T I aNA LOIlDI.LADIES 3527 SW Archer Rd., Thursday .before pwbllcafloos. -
postage. National SMALL QUARTER monthly. Ready to rent on radio and heater. Also SECRETARY POSITION Typing Gainesville, Fl.. 376-4466. I, ,
2024 Freedom Blvd. Dept. MORSEtGood for children. 6/20. Call 282-9498. 6/12 new valve/ |ob. $550. Call required. Must be, neat GROUPS 1 T IF L I'LEAGUEBANDSSCH 6/12 TFNchg. Minimum charges S2.SO. .
F4I.. Freedom. CA. 95019. Call 496-3201. 6/19 6/26 2tchg 619.FURNISHED. "73-7017.6119 Itchg. and able, to meet the REPOSSESSED Amana, Us Bale [\ (Cover IS Word). ,
4ipd 1 6/5 6/126/19 6/26. cllt.Buyi. APARTMENT 1978 DODGE VAN. fully public. Community Mobile OOL ACTIVITIES-ETC. microwave ovan 1979 I Both word over IIJ
with A/C. carpet patio, customized Inside A out; Home Sale* Lot. 964-8741 Need Funds? Tired of model family slie. Under Your Hay J Is 10 ton"now ,
separate building. Single sink bed Ice box tab I.. for-appointment.H/ Candles.-.C"I... CarWash | warranty .Poyf oH loormi"41', \ I responsible for errors ,:
.
.. ..person.m.W.IoIfn preferred. Apply St. 619PRIVATE at AC '/5. Run" on Reg. gasAu'Fircial Itchg **_ WE CAN HELP) : Ing balance due "M.IO Large, RoUnd-Hay, f wk*..ghren ever the phone ,
:''0 '.......".." side pipes. Rem. MATURE ELDERLY lADlTtebecome HIGH IMPULSE cash or take, ever I or ... typed I
Tlttig. Call 964-7064 between 8:30 part of the family. Bales bre"U".b. .
aHIc
ITEMS-ESSENTIAL *
.
..
of $19.90 .
HOMIi Nice room 6/19. Must be In health. payments par
IS 5:30. good
nsO. Itchg ITEMSI! ., l.L J
ITEMS-RELATED
month. See at Whit Sewing --
with bath. Mature responsible 1976 MALIBU CLASSIC 305 Call for appointment only"" Nw Modem ---
female. No smokingor V8 PS, tilt steering wheel', 431.1117.6119 2tchg 6/26. Available from Sl.OO up. I Appliance Canter
with from 30% to 90% Rd.. Equipment
drinking. Call 9646734. door locki. AC. JACK OP ALL profit 3527 S.W. Archer
power
6/19 Itchg. to you. We con even Gainesville, 3764466.612TFN "Nothing under the)
AM/FM stereo. Take over TRADES...Workshop Direc Fowl Servlc,
TWO 1 B/H MOBILE homeson payments Bal. duo $1800. tor. B/S degree, with training make your fund raising chg.LIMIDOCKl. sun Is ever accidental:"
or Selling Crlffls loop. For Information Phono 964-5504 or or with experience In pay off all year long. 20 yd. semi 964-6657
call "' .8077. 6/1.9 9648936. Itchg 6/19. supervisory capacity. Details DORWAIM PO Box load only. ALLEN .. G. E. Lenino
'
Itchg. .66 PLYMOUTH WAGON. Phone 964.7699.6/19 2tchg 764. Fern Park FL 32730. TAYLOR. Urwtay. Phono 485-1436
FURNISHED I BR APART- Runs well good tires, 6/26. 6/12 Cliche 6/26. 782-3172 TFcha :
MINTr Carpeted paid $223. ,
recently Inspected.
Convenient buy ing and parking security lights. Call "' .8499. 6/19 Itchg.' '

selling is as close as' Call after 3:3O p.m. 1974 VW VAN. Excellent WANTED
> 964.8265.6/191tchll. condition No rust regulargas.
1 your telephone. If Gets 26 MPG. Must ROUTE CARRIERFor Having TroubleWith

you are buying check .... 2200. Call John at the Gainesville Sun In .

the classifieds in the PERSONALSERVICES 964-6000 ext. 139. 6/19 Starke, area. Must be, over
cj-nn- Itchg. '8. boitdablo, have
comfort of your home. You don't have 1976 Fully CHRYSLER loaded.CORDOBA.Assume dependable, transpor Fiflal,011,11gIs ? ?

to buy precious gas and waste money BILL'S SAW SHOPt Complete payments. 964-636S. 6/19 tatlon. Good retirement In.
sharpening service, circular come. i
all town! Check everything
running over hand. carbide, Apply at
from antiques to real estate and chain mower blade hollow YARD SALE 408 S.Walnut St. "Priced out of the market? Well think again I We have brand new

after a few phone calls you have narrowed leave ground at Jackson and balanced Building OARAGR SALEl MOVINO., %Starka.8.70, threeand four-bedroom homes. Call today and see

the field down to two or three Supply. Starke, or Keystone MUST SELLs Furniture and if you qualify for as low as 4% financing. >
this low Hts. TFchOALCOHOLICI other household Item.
selling -- --
When -- --
possibilities. ANONYMOUS Coma i see. Make alter.

cost classified ad is delivered to over At 5 Oak, "' .6062. 6/19 'HOMEFOR'SALEI HURRY Time Is Running Out !

30.000 potential buyers. That same Phone TFchg,,..-51..8 or 964-7619. YARD tale $Sat.ALI.6/21 3 Family from 9 yard am ge.j.BR t Beth do-wita--cal. ,


day they will be at your TELEGRAPHP.O. doorstep. RIMOOELINO.New SUILDINO.RIPAIRSi kitchens. until|lu.t'..behind-. 749 S. Orange Shopping St., J.aI" ,,"..$3500....... 9646504.MOBILE You May Qualify For This Special Plan If Your .

COUNTY .
BRADFORD baths, family room Brick. Center., Clothes, book 2 .

DRAWER A block specialists.concrete.Grlffls Fireplace Con beautiful lots more.collectable Baby bo'n.t.tlurdy ,'and, HOME Income Does Not Exceed the Chart BelowNo.

STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 i struction. Phone 4732108or INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
steel frame steps.
473-2578. TFchg:
PHONE 9M-4305 SEWINO MACHINES Coma early. 6/19 Itchg. In o.mlly' '
RIPAIREDl All make ABACI SAlli Severalfamilies. POLICIES .
cleaned oiled and ad Fri. I Sot. (20th I AT .
justed., S10. Work 21st). Griff I Loop-follow REASONABLE, DATES '
guaranteed. James signs. "".575.. 6/19 !: .. |2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons

Strickland corner Morgan Olin.s Mobile
t Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg WellDrilling $ 18,500. 20.500- 22,000
,,-:Haiitie :---" .Jl...... tRAOFORD SEPTIC. TANK Home Sales 13,500 16,000ANNUALLY 10,500

Redfearo's For A j t SERVICE Pump.Oyll.t FREE QUOTE"* ANMUALLY ANNUALLY'ANNUALLV :ANNUALLY ANNUALLY
,_ iC Looking
t Residential commercial ...... .
and Industrial.' Fully (Icons, r Phone 964-5608! "

SERVICES .fttoblloHonoT.frdoeaM.. t. ed. Phone ,....812.. TFchg' Fast Rotary Elaine M. Olln ".,AgenlLoke ; / These Homes.May I Include,

473-4340 New 12x 0.BBS. .t Drilling Equipment

I% Of 411:./ Delivered BO'O.OOO, And' -f t BIRCH'SIPM ....A1A1FU9UMR.!! ) Ge>ne>vo Carpets *Fireplace -"AtlplfancesownpaymenUsLowas99000

4734252te..t Up. 4 100 ft X 436 ft.: tots :
CONTROL
4h, ...tory To Choose) : PEST PUM13nA
Restricted for W50 I
sqt.
Ol Major I
Repairs I ,rom.1, ."- -
-te [ 964-5534 ( minimum building
.Politics fMoMIe
Electric Appliance, test New Used size In Bradrord County.
-te Home Seles. tI t 0 Past Control
Serving Bradford' Clay : .
and 325-3607 rotectlon SaleaPartsServlcoPlumbing,

Lawrence. Siva Counties|.| Koyston. -te328..81.J+... ....... MOBILI MOM* ......"".. .:?;.. .tmq--! SIMPSON I .

REMODELING tltVICI" !t* IN !
1\1 Joe.ae-e49. 14 hr*.. I II

GLID BATHS'R@ptwo New,Installation I WON' 3T-". 14))hr*. I Range from $1.9"2,50' $2017 50 00

,
t Out Sh.bey T ** Remodeling Repair
Tno* Worn 100AMI* rlr Month
Prof.sslon.lly Clean And rUgroul We" f'1 ** '" """ ... .... to, _

i\W' -
Mettle Ouerry e Cremlo Sheet Vinyl Vinyl Til* I .T*t *Te e*WW.R i S.eR?KT. -te mobil ie'iC Based Oa Size Of Mortgage Aid YoirPirsoial -

ROBERT KITCHENS TILE PUMP Rom.Ie Call Us To See
r W: i* ru : Financial Situation.iiiiii
Down '
& .JlJ No Payment WI"'t '. '

964-7830 'SUPPLY'COMPANY ',;M?' VA 111*Financing Down. IS-Yews' -.|.1'it If Tom Ova Year Own Land Yoir If You Qualify


IS Fro Estimates Alt WANTED, -1 I *Also fUnwiokig/ Good.Available Clem U..dIe, Payments Would B. Loss. ', '
TO BUY 4 ---- "
-oc
MobHe Homes.Fort ,
0 fiLL 0 LIMERICK CASk -CASH 864 N. PolalksMobile ,

'Fear Used Mobile Homes { Temple Ave. Mom Sole, -te: .Affordpcmable-"ff-nvo'-M'-'es.
INSTALLATIONS l-te ,
SEPTIC TANK We Psy Top Prime ,4 Starke FJa But P>slIKs.. 1',.. :4c .

184-11&0 28-1060 and 32S-3B07J "96T-7061: iai a end IZS.3BQtc Starke 964-5533" Keystone, Heights 4733133I ,.

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I How About Tomato: ? vr/bw&


''''' ''' ." .", ......... ._....d.. ........... ............... .. "'" .,.. .......... ..m.'" .. ... # &$ y APR!
Hubert and Caroline Bell of Starke .
have grown more than three tons of j" ;
tomatoes for resale In the last 40 days '; r "' '' ', '
>
without putting a single seedling In ... iJ.J." "Ii. <>'
i
:: If.
the ground. "

Although the sum total of the cou- .,. ..'"', GA C SAL .7 1
ple's farming experience, prior to a ...
their current planting consisted of '( ,... .. .,:
''urolinu's: two year's employment at .. '1'' ,
f;
.
the University of Florida's Hume < '' ... "-
Agricultural Librarythe Bells aren't ......
iiKiKiciuns. Caroline Bell even claims r: '.q '. .
in have a "black thumb." ..J'I' .
U '\0" I
I've only been able to keep two '!, ',;';" -
house plants alive in my whole t < R-
lire"she joked as she stood: amid a Jt": :,
greenhouse filled with 850 eight foot J ..
.. "
tall"fropic" hybrid tomato stalks. J ""'"
"
The Bell's secret is a new method of ,'.J 'J'
,
rommercial" vegetable production 1!
tiled hydroponic or soiless culture, ..i\. .'_ )i rfi ,111 ",. ,, .
vhich roots plants in a continously Wi\ '.. (
\
circulating water-based nutrient mixture -
According to the Bells, the ,i ,. }!1 -
iivhniiie| effectively allows them to ,
lorcp-fccd, water and change the to f i i
growth medium around their plants + "
l h.1 turning on a pump. ;
.
. ".; :
.
,
AllMl: ) plants are housed In a 120 -"".
lout bj 40 foot plastic-covered stuc- /1"F'
turr that sits atop a cement slab. A t I Iv
JSD-Kiillon!:; holding tank beneath the ':

-Nih minium. stores calcium Ihe mixture and potassium of water, : .. ... .... .... a ,, ..

-.ills the Bell's tomatoes require for Quite A Handful REACH ,. ,
.in-derated j,
growth. A mass of cells
Mri. Caroline Bell and son bold
Mined look much
.uilnmobilc radiator stretch likegiant acrossout' hydroponlcally grown tomatoes SET THE DATE 25,000
width of weighing more than one pound '
the structure. Two fans : -
.11 the other end draw air through the apiece. PLACE A POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS i '
tells to help cool and humidify the air Pope already ships hydroponic produce
;
(trapped beneath the greenhouse's ar- to Atlanta's Colonial super-- CLASSIFIED AD JUST CALL ..y.yIn
>-hod roof. Whether the temperature market chain and buys nearly all of "
the Bell's weekly pickings.we 964-6305 \ ,
..... The n "
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sell some tomatoes 10 friendsand ..rI'-
people who stop by the house, but 496-2261 ..
most of our crop goes to Pope" ex- Telegraph :
""K,
plained the Bells. 473-2210 '
"We'd like to build a second :'.'.
greenhouse in the future just to han- Times
dle area business," they said. r '. ,'
"
"It may be a while before we buildit
though. Our first building cost ore I +.
about $19,500 and we had to use landas ,
collateral for the loan money. It's '
ironic that a quarter-acre greenhouse Monitor
which yields as much as many forty !-
acre tracts may cost my mother and
a father-in-law twelve acres of land if
our business ever fails," Mrs. Bell ex-
plained.Robert.
and Caroline Bell had
originally planned to use ten acres of BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
land situated behind their two-story
Edwards Road home as both security UNION COUNTY TIMES
for a farm loan and the greenhouse's
site. When they learned their land LAKE REGION MONITOR
wasn't properly zoned for such an
undertaking, Robert's parents Mr. Where Classified Ads Get Results
and Mrs.Jack Bell, agreed to put up a
1 cif" correctly zoned dozen-acre plot '"n
4 8 directly across the street from the
original site for both purposes.
i irte' Although the hydroponic plants.
haven't reached their maximum yield
r yet, the Bell's probably don't have to
y ; 1f worry about losing their "farm"
anytime soon.
During the week of June 16, Bell's
x plants produced 500 pounds of
tomatoes some of them as large as
one pound each.
By the next evening all of .8USTEOf'ugrNB
them had been shipped to W.D. .
Jumbo Tomato Plants Pope's warehouse in Alachtu.jcSSES 1 Ir
Mm i iiritliiie Hell stands between rows of eight foot-tall "Juveniles"


",ui 1IIl' 'jars into the nineties or sinks
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w-.u- "round., :a.eStep
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niiicHint'ry, and hardware needed to
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though! I think they taste even better Gigantic '
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