Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04214
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04214
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$90,000 of Pot is Dumped... A long distance phone call from Richard 'Stone, Sen Lawton Chiles received more cordial treatment
D.C. at 2:30: p.m. and Rep. Don Fuqua, as well as DOE from 'those we have talked with."
Starke policeman. Eaton Mother facing camera, and marijuana plants and dump the green bushrs-lnto a ditchto Wednesday June 25, Indicated that officials. Oglesby said
Deputy Sheriff Don Denton unload a small truck load of be burned. The pot made a load for a Chevy Luv pickup Starke still has a "very good chance"to
truck. receive seed money from the U.S. "We have been hopping all over The group planned to return
Department of Energy for converting Washington and couldn't have Wednesday night to Florida.
.wns M'ru.r.y4+arIV -
I r, one of its power generators to operateon
Heilbron Area, ; wood biomass as a pilot project
under DOE's alternate energy pro-

grim. 'Oak Trails' OkayedAs

The call came from City Commissioner -
MarijuanaCrop 'Ted Oglesby, one of a six-
person delegation that left Monday
for the U.S. Capitol city to confer with
BurnedThe Florida's Congressional' delegation PUD DevelopmentFor
and' DOE officials following the
energy agency's turndown of a $3
Bradford County Sheriff's million grant for complete conversion
Department seized more than 900 ,y',4' *Y?4hy of the Starke power plant to' a wood- Hts. AreaAnother
marijuana plants.during' early & burning fuel operation. Keystone

morning sweep of a heavily wooded Oglesby said the group learned.
Heilbron'Springs area Friday, June iJ after conferring with Dr. Leslie
20. LaVlne, acting director of DOB'S Of- PUD development was ap- who live on smaller lots would be provided
Estimates placed the street value of fice of Solar Application for Industry, proved Tuesday night June 24, when and row crops would also be
the four to six. foot high plants at that the original Starke application Jack Courtnay & Associates' "Oak allowed.
$90,000. I was "too\ advanced for a feasibility Trails," on the east side of Speedville Courtney's plans would permit cat-
A departmental Investigation aided study"! and not yet ready for the stage Road near Indian Lake received tle on the larger parcels but he has
by Alachua County's Narcotics Unit A 'of submitting as a project for unanimous endorsement of the Brad- not decided if he should Include this
led to discovery of the quarteracreplot. cooperative: agreement. ford County Zoning Board. provision in the deed restrictions.

A Duval' County Sheriff's "We were right in between these Courtnay's plans for the 65-acres Pigs, cows, and goats are prohibited
Department helicopter also assistedby two stages," Oglesby said, "and will tract near Keystone Heights require as no more than 25 chickens would be
pinpointing the patch from the air. have to rewrite our project to submit reclassification from RIA (single allowed any one lot.
June 19.According. ;all unsolicited application a family residential) to Planned Unit' The zoning board's recommendation -
to Deputy Don Denton smaller grant to convert one unit in- Development (PUD), which would Include for approval will be acted on at
$10,000 worth of the Illegal crop hadbeen Jtlajly.". Oglesby said the amount or'il1 ,mobile homes. as well as the July 7 county commission
harvested from behind. an en- to be homes. No meeting ,
sought jntxiuuuvand
W grant conventional
circling four\ -strand else.....-Yfence,' determined Hftsid'-' *.Inv
prior to the.., se lure,. Denton .. a Plans also.call for. rural road 'changes were Deceived and the applicants
fined a
speculator that tl ..battery- 1lal'lled lit. on the p;member"towork through the center of the tract which given permission' to advertise
barrier had been installed to keep ,for public hearings/ :
deer and other wildlife! from eating Toe local group, including Oglesby would be divided into 1.1 to 2.5 acres
the juvenile plants.No Guy Andrews Earl Jones Linda Day lots. A 90-foot strip around the Burdette Greene, one acre 4 miles
arrests were made immediately Bob Gunn of Augustine, and Dr perimeter of the development will be south of Starke on the west side of
of used for trail for horses and US-301. from Rural to MS
following the confiscation. The plants John Gerber of the University a riding Open
were destroyed immediately by orderof Florida Institute of Food and will serve as a barrier to neighboring manufacturing! for operation of a
I homes. and gales of used farm
County Judge Elite S. Sanders. Agricultural Sciences has spent two welding shop
days in conferences with Sen. pasture area for horse owners equipment.

'Edward Roberts, two acres. J'j: '
Rains Soak-In Dry BradfordIt miles northwest of Lawtey from Ex-
( rierTHURSDAY. clusive Agriculture to OR. Robertsnow
alje douin had been three weeks since any appreciable rainfall until the skies has a home on one acre andwishes
1 opened up last Thursday,June 19. But dry Bradford County has soaked up to sell a lot for use as a mobile
the water so far. home site for his son. This would be
It has rained every day from Thursday on. The New River Tower on permitted under OR zoning which re-
SR-100 west of Starke at Division of Forestry headquarters starting quires only one acre per home. The
.. Thursday recorded rainfalls of 1.6, .S,a trace 1.2. and .5 inches in the past present EA zoning requires 2'j': acres ,
SHryr 1 week an average of 1.2 Inches per day.It per home.In .
has rained almost daily at the Santa Fe tower on US-301 south and the
...and Burned Louis Hill tower north of Lawtey but only between. .2 and .5 inches. other action the board
High today (Thursday June 26)) Is expected to be unanimously recommended the appointment
Deputy Sheriff Don Denton pour gasoline on the marijuana after it Is unloaded. 91-degrees Fahrenheit, according to the Division of Forestry. of Nancy (:Mm Richard)
A big ditch was dUI the gas poured on. and minutes later "...Whoopf! The Weather forecast for Friday through. Sunday. June 27-29. is for partly Mom to fill the vacancy left by the recent
green pot burned with a white smoke. cloudy skies with scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers.Kirchaine. \ resignation of Jerome Johns.

-- .JUNE 2' Hampton Man 28, in Custody After Confrontation with Citizens .


KlrtQiUy Lake Civic Canter. A confrontation between a large returned from visiting neighbors heard cursing the people Inside, according to records in said Kirirmino was not Inside the ;
Craft, ...rcl*.ft Games group of Hampton residents and across the street. Mayor Curtis says the Bradford courthouse has served house but was found lying down right
for all adult At B of time in state on drug charges. outside the back door
28-year-old Timothy Kirchaine in p.m a group citizens went prison
I P.M. The Bradford Sheriff's Departmentwas Curtis and Marshal then
front of the Hampton Handy Way outside, according to Curtis to talk to .During the last several years Kir Phillips
.... store saw Kirchaine arrested Tuesday called to investigate the fire and. Kirchaine.The chaine has been arrested in connec- walked Kirchmne over to the parking
SAY RDAY.JUNln_ night June 24, for disorderly In. in turn, called in Fire Marshall Edgar citizens made It clear they tion with several area burglaries and lot of the Handy Way Store where
ELKS IODCI1102 toxication. Aid of Jacksonville to investigate the wanted Kirchaine to leave Hampton.. on one of them was acquitted by a cir- they turned him over to Deputies
Bring Your Own StaakSupp possibility of arson in the (ire. Mayor Curtis pointed out. Kirchaine cuit court jury. Another case. was Moore and Dempsey.
Kirchaine was taken Into custody indicated dismissed the court. Chief Deputy Hobert Green wan
., he wanted to by
to West
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. .. by Bradford deputies after group attending Kirchaine has been going around Virginia, Curtis said The then then called to the citizens meeting
a Hampton concerned Hampton making threats that "other take group Kirchaine went inside a house near Curtis indicated the citizens wanted
citizens meeting In city hall left the folks houses would be burned" Offered fare for to Kirchaine up a collection and for bus city hall. Mayor Curtis said. The to form antigens watch. Green pledged -
his wife to
IAI-I-Q DINNERhROOKIRPTA meeting and confronted Kirchaine In Mayor'Ted Curtis said Wednesday to West cm* ,I did not follow. After a while the assistance! of the Sheriff s
front of the Store morning. move Marshal and Mayor Curtis .
Handy' Way next Phillips Department."We
.According to Curtis, after the
During, Mm s SoftballTournament door. Before group allowed Inside the house. Curtis all and had
being arrested by were stayed up night
turned to back inside
The Tuesday night meeting of about go ) City Hall to
Deputies John Glen four loads of citizens ride
II ..", .P'>.m.. Dempseyand 60 persona was called to discuss the resume the meeting. Kirchaine again i car ".
N..tt. Iraahw Field around Moore Kirchaine-was running situation, and get Marshal Fred started cursing at the citizens. Man Arrested. throughout Hampton all night. Curtis
a nearby house, screamingand said.
Phillips Kirchaine "You don't judge me. Who
some help. was are
.... hollering at the crowd that was Goods RecoveredA Sheriff Dolph Reddish told the
observed to Kirchainewaslleard Stolen
outside the window of the City judge me, to
__ MONDAY, him to witness. June
pursuing ,,according a Telegraph Wednesday morning.
Mall waving a wine bottle and was say.
SCHOOL IOARO 24year-old Hampton man arrested 25. that the confrontation In Hampton
,..... ., 7:00 P M.TUESDAY. The deputies were called by Hampton Tuesday.June 24, by the Brad was the result of the fire Sunday
Marshal Fred Phillips when it ap- ford County Sheriff's Dept. clears up night. The sheriff was quick to pointout
'f JULY 2 peared the disturbance might get out Trucking Deregulation Suit a recent burglary at Rayonier-lTT that an Investigation of the fire Is
r of hand. yard in Hampton. .being conducted by his office and the
..ITARKICITYCOUNCItCity Hampton citizens have been upset Lt.n Glen A. Moore took Robert state fire marshal's office in Jacksonville -
ttall700P.M. since a ire gutted the inside of a .
Newman into
custody on a charge of
house owned by Mary Brown.'anti Filed Withdrawn By' Gator' dealing In stolen properly from the Np arrests have been made. Reddish -
rented by Sam 'and Shirley ;. theft which occurred May 31. added. "It has not been con-
.; iJRSDA V. _3 Elchelsderfer 'on CR-323; about il: Lt. Moore recovered the following clusively established that it was In
': CHAMBER Id. MUTING block from CK-18,Sunday night. June Gator Freightways.. Inc., of Starke to be effective July 1 unless the Industry itemi: 3 Homelite Super Will *68 fact, arson"Reddish said.
-- ..l fyy( 1LisGordon .. 22, at it p.m. The fire was discoveredby withdrew a circuit court suit filed In' succeeds In blocking the chains saws a homelite 12-inch chain "The citizens of Hampton are con-
:.. !. Restaurant the Eichelsderfers when they Leon Ccunty,. aimed at blocking the legislation in court..Idea ia to allow saw. I battery charger, 120 ton cerned about the hoodlum element In
it statewide July 1 of the small firms a better chance to compete -
.. 'i'j deregulation hydraulic Jack one 18-inch pipe the community and the intimidation
t i JULY trucking Industry, with larger trucking firms wrench, one U-lnch'-pipe 'wrench:.t- by a very few Individuals." Sheriff-
1YwLRIDAY. firms in addition to
Other trucking
; / The suit filed the 1'i-incti ratchet IVinch pull handle Reddish says. '
was state
.. ; .
'.. INDEPINDBNCEDAYtkHAVE Index. Gator Freightways, may enter into a one set of '..inch sockets ball "We are talking about few
Monday June one a
23, but voluntarily very
AIAMONIII. I .... ...". class action suit, according to Public
.f tt withdrawn Tuesday. June 24 by the peen hammer two pair of pliers one Individuals causing problems,
\ ; t local trucking firm. Service Commission IPSO set of screwdrivers, two pair of vice without' naming names, who have
-J JYfI Tw. .*e lofICTIONAl Jerome Johns, president of Gator G.neral Counsel any grip pliers Hnch, by 4-inch extension been arrested In the past and spent
., $* Courtesy 01* "f M ,aNewso.t. f If they have hopes of suns time "
I Freightways, Inc. with its home base cord I .-Inch pull handle, one in the county jail. the sheriff
"" '. ',1"'. ....reses'tA.3k; oil Madison. Street .In ceedingj they've got to hustle, said winch) ratchet one cable cutter, one points out.
in- )
." (JACKSON BUILDINGISUPPL'Y ,dltorUI. .'. i .'..> P... 4Aiperts..Pages dicated Wednesday.June Starke 25. that the, Wiggins.; pointing out PSC U scheduled .set of ,'cinch sockets. I'Hnch.' crescent "The citizens group could be the
10A-1.A. \to transfer safety functions and wrench. 11-Inch first In the .
suit will be refiled today Thursday \ crescent step bringing situation to a
Of Stark society. >P.S.. ..-.A. June 28) His disband,other: regulatory ,Junctions: wrench five-pound sledge.. hammer head with these individuals," Sheriff
attorneys were working-
.)..1! *.*.., I..... 1 1 A I. '.
;:;; Legal .July set of battery cables anda Reddish
:.10 964-6079 on refiling the suit Johns said. :Gatos! Freightways charged the ,qne jumper points out.
3;,(K.yllor. H.'g"' is MOTION Itssrlsfs Deregulation of ratescharged by automatic abolition af the ,. set of open-end wrenches. "1 recognize the support of the
.,. 41OMtvnrtoe. suit that *
Hwy 100 And' A trucking firms was passed by therecent .' Newman Is being held In the Bfad'ford public Is one of the very key elements
.r\\' 47J4973i ; -,. Page isClesslfled. session of the Florida legislature FSCs. : trucking regulation County Jail In Stark. In lieu. of In the attempts to control criminality -

.I ..rage T8 concluded earlier! this month, and.Is. SM Truck'ng' Suite.j:7tA., ... .' ,.13.000/ .)bond. ." the sheriff added

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Page 2A TELEGRAPH June 2s.isle

Rev. Cliff McLeod, Jr., is New Ministcial; .]First, .;Presbyterian; 1

'. ,-,"', : Rev.Cliff McLeod.Jr..24yearsoldand met McLeod In the mountains of painting drawing print'making aottery..7lsilltetobTt6flt The couple was honored with a
just out of seminary Is the new North Carolina while the young aU." covered dish luncheon Sunday. A
minister at the First Presbyterian minister was serving during the summer Lisa and ClIff met at. a college reception Is planned! soon to Introducethe
Church at, 911 East Call Street In between school terms. fellowship class in the Presbyterian McLeod to the community."We .
.Ya Starke. Cliff Is from Sumpter. S.C: where Church In Decatur. They were married all love them" says Mrs.
Rev. McLeod, his wife Lisa, and his father Cliff McLeod Sr.. just this part Dec. 18. Margie Thomson of the McLeod's."Welcome. .
r their dog. Homer are now residents retired, was minister of First "We',. Just, real happy lo be In Cliff and Usa," says a
of the church manse on Bessent Road. Presbyterian Church of Sumpter for Starke. The people'ar very, very sign hung by church members.
Rev.' McLeod preached his first sermon 28 years. McLeod graduated from nice" lays Mrs. McLeod,who's look Church members painted the
Sunday morning and Sunday high school in Sumpter attended ing forward to living In a email town manse inside and out and Installednew
night sang and played his guitar for Presbyterlar College In Clinton. S.C., tier four year in Atlanta. floor coverings.
the of the
young people church. _
and then sen Inary in Georgia.
McLeod graduated just four weeks The minister is
young an Eagle
ago from Columbia Seminary in Scout, and "likes camping and that Telegraph Wins 2 State Press Awards I
Decatur Ga. Mrs. McLeod just sort of thing," says his wile Lisa. ?
graduated four weeks ago from Agnes McLeod likes to sing and plays both The Telegraph's 104-page Centennial "best service to agriculture" contest
Scott College in Decatur with degreesin the guitar and piano. Issue, published last July, won among the state's larger weeklies for
elementary education and art. Mrs. McLeod Is a Methodist from second place among Flolrda weekly Its coverage of the annual Bradford
Guy Andrews is given credit for Lakeland Florida, the daughter of newspapers In the over-5,000 circulation County Fair and extensive picture
j-- recruiting Rev. McLeod. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beswick. She likes bracket in the best special Issue layout of the Individual entries in the
c category of the annual Florida Press livestock show and salo.
= I Association contests. Both awards were presented to
representatives of the paper at the
Ja Another second place award was FPA's spring convention held. at
r presented to'The Telegraph in the Sanibei Island June 12-14.


Rev.Cliff McLeod Jr.; wife Lisa,and Homer.
AlUd-wAn keep

. C ,..more Trucking SUit From Page 1A humming.conditioner -

IE "sunset" provision In state law-is un- that a prior legislature, which passedthe you ., 1
: constitutional. Sunshine Law in 1976 had no legal ,
5 Main contention of Johns' firm Is authority to bind the 1980 legislatureto
review the state's trucking regula- .IlIUIbn ace ltediM dpoo1 central air
tion law, subject to automatic fail to before summer and get a
I Wolbert Addresses re-enact the law or pass a new one.
As part of the program jurisdictionof MagnzvGoc scueosystemforjust$1O'more.Ihnu're .
the trucking Industry is slated to be
; Local Realtors"Current assigned to the Department of looking for a quality, well-desfxned ten-.
Transportation. tral conditioner: your Whirlpool heating and
Trends in Real EstateLaw" State Special Olympics cooling, products dealer Is Hinging your song.
by attorney Jesse J. Wolbert. This 15-membcr contingent from Bradford County attended the State To emphasize what a sound investment.
was the topic last Thursday eveningat Troop 518 Wins Special Olympics meet June .J-IS.t the University of Florida In Tampa. Whirlpool l central jnrconditioner is foryoui home
the monthly dinner meeting of the From left Cindy Griffith a volunteer; Albert McDuffle. participant;
Bradford-Union County Board of this summer,we'll throw in a Magnavox Oinipun
John Burch chaperone; Ann Clayton, chaperone; Richard George. participant
Realtors Inc. held at the Garden Raft RaceStarke ; Donald Griffith chaperone; Mary Strong, chaperone; Betty ent Stereo System for only$20 more if you installa
Restaurant. Yates participant; Donnie Griffith participant; Honey Bear a USF selected 1 Wliirlpnol central air eomlit inner or
Cecelia Terwillegar president, Boy Scout Troop 518 ended a volunteer; Jimmie Brookins, participant; John Hutchins participant; heat pump beforeJuly 31, 19811.
reported on the Florida Realtors six-day raft trip down the Suwannee Tony MeUcIo, participant; Willie Wright, participant.The Thai's a complete sound system tin lit:il>lr,
meeting held recently in Palm Beach. river Friday June 14 on a winningnote. group attended the pro soccer game In which the Tampa Bay amplifier tuner,8gfQfc track: tape player
Janet Starling gave a progress reporton Nine members of the troop Rowdies won ..3 over the New York Sonlcs. *
the "Before and After Improve- covered a two and one half mile race The local group from Sunshine Acres and the school system won and two speakers-all for$20 ,barely the
ment Program" being sponsored by course In record time and brought several medals. price nf a couple of albums!
the Realtors home a blue ribbon to show for their Betty Yates won a first place medal In the Softball throw. And with your Whirlpool
Delano Thomas treasurer gave a efforts. Donnie Griffith was second In the mile run and second In the 50-meter central air couditinner.you
treasurer's report and Lillian Pear- The troop, sponsored by the Churchof dash, and received medals for both events. can be hummmgnlong in
son, membership chairman, gave a Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Richard George received two recognition medals In the Softball throw cool comfort nltsiinimcr
detailed report on how to become a on Bessent Road launched its raft"Jaws" and 50-meter dash.
long A. I now, ,before the
Realtor and a member of this board. at Branford Monday mornIng -
Harriet Manness extended an in- June 9, and camped at Lafayette heat'son.Callyour r
vitation to have the annual realtor's boat landing, Guornto Springs. Hart Whirlpool denlui,,,day.j + A
summer picnic at her home on Springs Fannin Springs and Clay Offergiindatpf.licipatingdealers -
Kingsley Lake. Landing north of Manatee Springs on ortly.Whirlpool.
Others participating in the programwere successive nights.
Vernie Odom Paul Faulknerand Friday's race spanned a stretch
Susan Faulkner.Australian between Fanning Springs and Clan
Landing, Scouts Mark Barber, David .. .; 4 =
EngineerOn Black, David Braser, Ricky and Greg h
Mayben, Dean Padgett, and Sam
Way to CanadaIs Mark and Troy Townsend compridthe ;

Speaker at RotaryJohn winning team.
Winston Barber and Richard
Oxenford a young Australian Mayben accompanied the boys on the
the Victor 511 ECR
metalurgical engineers on his way to trip. _
_,ane.w sassigprlrpgL 4 rtal Ukcantxa4Cana ,Roe. -y-| *Tl P>* Ialr", .
? spoke 1ntthe 6tArke Llotary! "- Ifk ryI 't .. + You g pQlhcse;j3yrtdts 6' Club last_te':; '" '.'r i 'REAL ESTATE: f ':,:1 [::Z \1'.l;f / sophist: 'redEi Qg (1kGost.Pdgistp'by; rrt.s Jwt i'"
irnli hom'theUaversity :\
riftet'gi'titlu rilockedHn
D,itemized customer: receipt' : detail audit tape
of Brisbane Queensland, COURSEThe Q automatic tax and change TJ many other standard features to
Australia Oxenford received ... ... ..... ,
a computation provide complete management "M.\.t. l .r.yr .Mh.h."k.++tin+ .J"1' 11 'nnSl'
Master's Degree in Metalurgy from
and taxable
O automatic taxable non-
the Colorado School of Mines in sorting D Ave control totals/ Electric
Golden Colo. Oxenford was formerly Hayes
employed by Allied Eneabba a mining Don Tennant School Check Out Victor The Money Managers.
company 58 percent owned by the Of Real Estate Air
E.!. DuPont Company located at .' Conditioning .
Will Offer :
Geraldton in Western Australia. For All Your Office Supplies ,'. '
Eneabba mines ilmenite, rutile and Fla.
Ave.' Starke
964-8744 355 N., Temple ,
monazite, and it was there that Oxen- *TIIE REAL ESTATE COURSE ..
ford met Drew Reddish who was sent REQUIRED FOR FLORIDA REAL OFFICE SHOP .
of the
start-up mining operations.
Oxenford and his wife Dianne, and 110 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
young son. Timothy, are travelingover :ltlln.and Tu....6 to 9 p,m. 964-5764 If You,Qualify
13,000 miles to their new home Starling June 30, 1980
where he will be employed by a con- Hwcrka duration
glomerate, of which Exxon is a major ('hllmIK'ruf"mm..rr. Bldg.
stockholder to extract oil from tar Slnrkr.Kla.

sands barrels in of Canada.oil and some Approximately minerals are 30 Gene Reese InstructorTo SAL JUNE 28th 10 AM
recovered from each ton of sand thatis
mined Oxenford has a two year
Register Call Gene Reel!
contract with his new employer andis
not sure if he will remain in Canadaor 473-7076 475-1255
return later to his native country. After 5 p.m. rail 473-3265

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I Zoning for Offices Asked on Madison Street, Board to Consider Reclassifying Entire Block .

Builder Bob Harris, owner pf Affordable renter in Its present qoaters on West for SR-100 being commercial In other action the Starke zoning be remodeled as,a duplex apartment.
Homes plans to remodel the Call Street way," Chief Bowen said.."301 board: for Instance, but not again used as a
former Ben Rowland home located on The zoning board was obviously much used up. 100 is the snowed little resentment of the city gas station. Crosby said home cities
Hk lots on the southwest corner of torn between it's policy against spot go. It's the only way the city council overruling a zoning board allow such changes of use which fit an
Madison and Orange Streets if the zoning and its desire for the property expand." recommendation In a June 3 vote to RP usage! more beneficially.
property Is reclassified residential- to be improved. on Madison Street would allow Palmer Williams to locate a
prof esifonal. "One purpose of zoning Is to make it more money If zoned com- mobile home on one lot on Crum Heard Crosby urge the board to
The Starke and a little more orderly, said zoning Bowen said. Street which was zoned only for con- push the city council to adopt subdivision -
Board voted ; Zoning board member Joe Williams. "We Capps pointed out residents of .ventional homes. regulations. The North Central
unanimously for the can't do that If we rezone one spot at had a chance four elected officials and Florida
change from residential (RI-C) to years ago "They're Regional Planning Council
residential-professional. The matter the time. Williams recommended to permit apartments and that's their prerogative," said Chair- has prepared subdivision regulations.
must now go before the city council at rezoning the entire block. It down. Crosby who lives in man Reddish. Crosby said, but the council shows no
Chairman Drew Reddish stated he
cautioned the Ward that the desire to
adopt them. Chairman Red-
its Tuesday, July 1, for final
approval. meeting J Is not against some spot zoning. have lived there, some for (Listened to Crosby's recommen- dish agreed, and said the zoning
board At that point Williams asked Harris and are happy with the Rl-C dation that the zoning board look Into board will push the regulations where
Planning members knew could .
if he wait until the zoning board
classification. its minimum stan-
revising housing possible.
ing they the were request spot zoning of Guaranty when Federalto approv- can block advertise to RP. to reclassify. the entire dards commercial for a "They may not get",around to it until
rezone Just 1ft lots In the block sur- former establishment after September Reddish said,
rounded by Madison Gardiner "If you defer It, I'll probably drop such as a gas station In an RP area to referring to the city election.
Orange, it," Harris said, adding he's ready to Run
and Myrtle Streets. The board to "-
move now.Williams
more It of will the Investigate block residential-reclassifying -. asks((city Zoning Direc- Now
Register !
tor Al Crosby if he had mentioned or
professional (RP) at its next meeting.
suggested to GF.Manager Harold
Uses permitted by right under the Davis about possibily holding up until Opening Soon I
city zoning code under an RP the entire block could be rezoned.
classification: include: professional Crosby said he had no authority to and won a national
Happy Pro-School
services, single family, detached mention that to Davis: award. and Daycare"A
dwellings; two-family residences Crosby said over 50 letters were is a 1966 graduate of Brad- Happy Place for Children"
(duplexes) multl.family residences mailed to adjacent property owners, School where he lettered
and sewer !lift stations. as required by the ordinance,and that basketball and was captain of Hampton Branch
Prohibited under RP zoning are no one has objected. Rezoning the en- t his senior year and: where Director Gwen Haas *- 373-8566 Days
such establishments as retail or commercial .tire block was not mentioned. in the three times in baseball. Manager Mary Lou Peaples 468.1950 Evenings
sales and services, drive-in letters Crosby said. went on to Santa Fe Com-
restaurants, gasoline service stations The board then discussed approv- College where he played .Excellent Educational Development Programi.Muilc. .
ing the spot zoning, and then asking .
and car washes, auto sales and services \ Manners, Movement and MOTHXING. "*"-
the city council as required, for a .
bars cocktail lounges, and served two years In the Before and alter" school! care.
public hearing 'on reclassifying the
package soores.Explaining entire block. Chairman Reddish ask- Corps and Is a veteran of 'A cr full day program.
Its policy against spot I led member Claire Capps for a mo- War. Open Man-M. 1.OO A.M.-4:00: P M.
zoning the board asked Harris if he tion. Mrs. Capps said it depended on of the Sampson Lake Creative Christian
could delay until an Investigationcould whether the entire block was rezoned. Akridge is married to the 4 i -,h. i/i. ,
be made to rezone the entire Williams agreed, saying rezoning one Elizabeth Gayle Holt of Island
block RP. Harris said no, that the spot Is bad policy. The couple has three children:
I peak building period of the year "We all agree with that premise," 10; Cathy, 8, and Jonathan, 9
begins In September, and that he .
Reddish said, adding he'd like to see a
I would not be interested if forced to motion to the GF for
approve request Is the son of Broward and THE OFFICE OF
wait.Harris Harris than another motion for the of Bessent Road. He is
has a contract to purchasethe zoning board to pursue reclassifying children: Edgar Akridge of
former Rowland property from the entire block. Reddish askedfor a Heights, Edward Akridge of
GF If the rezoning Is approved.Harris motion to that effect,. and Williams Dick Akridge of Starke, Eula
said he will move his offices to the agreed. The board approved both motions of Gainesville, E.L. DR.
former Rowland home after remodel- ) Akridge of Bessent Road,
ing it. He explained his firm is Just a The second motion to reclassify the. of theTheressa area,
Crawford of Starke,Jean Hud-
Live Oak, Alan Akridge of JOHN CAMPBELL

all customers and prospective NOTICETo customers of the Hampton THE BRADFORD I

Municipal Water System every TELEGRAPH Thursdayat WILL BE CLOSED
The new Hampton water system will comment operation July 1, 138 W.Call Street
1980. The 30 days Immediately after this will be the period In Starke Florida 32091

which service cutovers must b. made. The old Hampton water Class postage paid at

system will be shut off as of July 31. 1980. It Is necessary that all Starke Florida JUNE 27 JULY 4

old customers contplete the cutover before this time, so that no SubacrlpllolRalesl ,

an. will experience discontinuance of service. Both systems will area: .toper year
be In operation for 30 days only, after which only the customers IS.OO six months
who have hooked to the will receive water
new system municipal arcs
trade s$1.00 per year 1980.
service. IS.SO six months
Ted Curtis

Mayor, City of Hampton
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One hundred and four designating the month of July
years that we are proud to pass on to
ago, on May 29, 1876, a small 1980 as Clean-up and Beautification our children, grandchildren,
but courageous band of forty- month in Starke. Next and greatgrandchildren.For .
two citizens went to the voting week marks the 204th anniver-

booth and gave unanimous ap- sary of the founding of our na the month of July if

proval to the incorporation of tion. What better time could you see an empty beer can, '-:"

the City of Starke. It was a big there be to show our pick it up if you see an ugly
step in the history of the town, tion to our Founding )fathers weed sprouting from the

and the fact that all fortytwoof for all they did in laying the sidewalk, pull it out if

the persons voting on that foundation for this, the you've been putting off the
day marked their ballots in greatest nation on earth? It is painting of a faded home or
favor of incorporation shows business, do it now! if you
the spirit of cooperation and know the location of an old
it'M 41G.:1:
the desire for progress that abandoned jalopy, or even 'l.tlt'fF

has prevailed in Starke since have one on your own property -

the earliest times.In report it to the city police ; '

and have it hauled away.Commissioner .
the rush of our every-day Wilbur

duties we are apt to let things Waters, chairman of the
t "slide"-especially those Street Committee has pledgedthe
things that are not pressuringus all-out support of this

for a solution. Starke, on department in picking up
the whole is an attractive "everything" in the month of
town. A majority of the homes July that Is placed by the I

I and grounds are well kept and owner out on the street. This
are an asset to the city. A ma- includes not only trash and

jority of the business housesare shrubbery trimmings, but

clean, neat, orderly and also old appliances, such as .- ,- .
present an appearance that stoves, refrigerators, and '

brings favorable comment washers. It is amazing what a --0.-....
from shoppers, whether local, difference it would make in
or from surrounding areas. the appearance of our city if

Unfortunately, there are a few also the time to all such "eyesores" were Target Areas
places that are neglected and renew a removed from the scene.
pledge to town
keep our in a
deteriorated to the point that
they mar the picture and manner that would be pleas- With these objectives in Accumulated junk like this (In top photo) across from the Church of Christ on
detract from those that would ing to those who shed so much mind, I am glad to give my 110 McMahon Street clutters many otherwise attractive locations in Starke. '
otherwise make a good im "blood, sweat, and tears" to percent support to this worthy

pression. It is these few that give us the makings of a effort, and I commend the Lower scene is unsightly lot near old brick buildings diagonally across N.Thompson -
are making our town less Beautiful town. Woman's Club for taking the St. from the new city hall.

beautiful and less initiative in calling these
than it should be. inviting With the power vested in me things to our attention and set- July has been proclaimed by Mayor Vernon D. Silcox: as Clean-up and Beauti-
as Mayor-Commissioner of ting the example to the rest of fication Month in Starke.

For this reason at the re- the City of Starke I hereby call us to fall in line behind their

quest of The Woman's Club of on all Departments of the Ci- leadership. Please join in this

t Starke, the organization thatis ty; civic, social l, educational, effort and see what great
heading this commen- and church organizations, to things can be accomplished
up -E
dable clean-up'and i beautlf lea- ;". f1o V* in; this Clean-up and .by July SlMTaI' *" Couny'Agents, ." *.yit f bw, i; S.
"',; '/ -* tion drivel Lam; pleased to "Beautiffcatibn' effort: to the ] I ", ,byriU'i.vr.--rakiiJr": rlNotebook r S.-M.H.' _*'.....101"" e.
s proclamation end that Our Town will be one MayorCommissionerOrdinances + 'Phonei: ll1-Ii.MI 't._ CLEAN UP COMMENDED

-A" \. Editor,.The Telegraph:,
Provide Power
Dear Sir:
I When planning a family vacation, Soak hanging baskets in tubs of As new business owners and
many people make arrangements to water for several hours prior to leaving residents of Starke, we were pleasedto
To Clean Up City have everything around the house Wrap the baskets with plastic read your article about. the
cared for from the cat to the daily film,or burlap cloth prevent dryingout "clean-up' effort in Starke.
newspaper, but they often neglect the while away. Many of our friends and business
Apparently the Charter of the City of Starke abate, suppress, and prevent all things care of their plants. It Is important to acquaintances have remarked how
gives its officials all of the power needed to detrimental to the health, comfort, morals, get the landscape and garden plants Harvest all ripened or nearly ripened all of your "described sights"! detract
in order prior to departure for vaca- fruit and to leaving from an otherwise
vegetables prior delightful com
with of the "nuisances"
some now being
cope safety, contentment, and welfare of the in- tion. Perhaps the following sugges- Vegetables will continue to produce munity.
allowed to clutter the city to the embarrass- habitants of said city." tions will be helpful. if harvested often. If asked, a This is to let you know that we back
ment and discomfort of some of its residentsand neighbor will probably harves and any and all efforts to improve the
the "turning off" of visitors, many of Certainly this charter _provision covers Place the outdoor potted plants In a water the garden In payment for general appearance of our city. We
whom might come here looking for locationsfor everything in the spectrum of nuisances that shade location. This may be near the vegetables and fruit. think Starke has a lot going for it and
homes and businesses.We might plague a city and its inhabitants and side of the building having a northern deserves to present its best image to
within the '
would seem to be all that is necessary to com- exposure or protectivecover the public.
speak, of course, of the unsightly vacant bat.any type of nuisance.But of a large foliage plant. = FOIESTRY- Betty&George Springer

lots the littered streets and walkways theneglected Potted plants may be placed in the 713 Madison
premises of some occupied homes, in addition to this, the general or- ground up to the rim of the container.A IN SIAIFO) COUNTYBy
hazardous ruins of burned-out buildings left dinances provide that "No person shall permitan thick layer of mulch will conserve GRADUATION CEREMONYA
standing for years, filled with cluttered trash; accumulation of trash or garbage upon any moisture and reduce the number of CREDIT TO ALL
ramshackle houses that can never be occupied premises in the city for a period longer than waterings needed while on vacation. Editor: Bradford TelegraphA

again because they are beyond repair, but are four days. The existence of any thing or condi- Place indoor plants in a room which t Mark Fries sucessful graduation ceremony
left standing to become constant eyesores anda tion herein prohibited upon any premises shall receives Indirect light. Direct depends upon a commitment from the
breeding ground for rats and other pests. be deemed and held to be a public nuisance sunlight will dry the soil faster. Do not school and the community to honor
The list could go on and on. which may be abated or removed as providedfor leave plants in a darkened room, the students with pride and dignity.
The recent
in Sec. 6 ( ) of the Charter of the because leaf drop will surely result. commencement programat
m city. Starting July 1.Florida will have a Bradford School
In addition to the General Ordinances The last thing to do before leaving on High was a creditto
spell- Another ordinance : "It shall be a trip is to thoroughly soak the plants.If new Champion Tree program, the families, friends, and students
ing out detail of certain actionable offenses says who had a part In the process of
against the general welfare and well-being of unlawful for any person to keep within the cor- the vacation extends over a two- Comparable at the state level to the honoring the 1980 Senor Class. I was
the community there is the "catch-all" sec- porate limits of the city any abandoned week period, move house plants out of National Register of Big Trees of the especially pleased with the courtesy
tion in the Charter itself which deals in broad icebox, refrigerator or other container with a doors and sink pots in a shaded and American Forestry Association, this to extended the speakers and school officials -
will be a continuing state contest
lock which cannot be opened from the in- cool garden bed. as they carried out the respon--
terms with the "Abatement of Nuisances" of snap find the largest specimen of various sibilities of the
all kinds. Embodied in the following side, outside of any building'or premises in the Mow lawn just prior to leaving if kinds of trees Thanks again program.to all those who
paragraph is all the authority the city needs to city accessible to children. possible. An unkept lawn Is a tell.tale helped with the ceremony and may
deal with such matters, even condemnation, if sign that no one is at home as well as Florida already has 112 national the best of success go with the
Another ordinance
provides "It shall be listed In the national
: '
: champions
being bad for the lawn grass to get out outstanding group of Seniors.
it chooses to bite the bullet and act. We
quote unlawful for firm register. These trees will
any person, or corporationto of hand.' Jim Duncan,Principal
from the Charter: automatically be considered! state
place any posters or advertisements of any ,Bradford High School
"The city has the power and authority to kind or nature on any of the streets or public Water the lawn well make prior to leaving champions.Any
if needed, and provisionsfor
compel the abatement and removal of all places of the city, or to display any advertisingon sprinklers to be turned on by a tree growing In Florida Is eligible Erd Wilson Elected
nuisances within the said city or upon the property posters or buildings, or by any other friend or neighbor. whether exotic, native or
owned by the city beyond its limits, at method.....unless a permit is first obtained naturalized.. This also Includes President KLPOA
Treat for chinch bugs and other In- Palms.A
the of the from the City.
expense person or persons causing sects, and/or fungus, if signs of these Erd Wilson, of Jacksonville and*
the same, or of the owner or occupant of the The ordinances are clear. The city has the are present. ., point system Is used In scoringthe Kingsley Lake,was elected presidentof
ground or premises whereon the same trees and the points are totaled KLOPA the financing corporationof
may if and when
power to act it chooses. It is hoped .
be to all lands lots Give beds and from three different measurements.One the Kingsley Lake Property
; require and other garden plants
that if during the and for each inch
necessary clean-up those recently planted a point Is given in circumference .Owners Association, at the annual
premises within the city to be kept clean, beautification drive during the month of July, final and good soaking prior to leav one for each foot in meeting held June 14, In the Kingsley
sanitary, and free from woods, undergrowthand the City will exert some of its latent ing. .' height and one for each foot of crown Lake Civlccenter.:, ,
rubbish, or to make them so at the ex- and against the powers r ". Ipread...The tree with the largest ,
move long-standing nuisances total will be the Florida Cham- Other officers elected Milton
point were:
of the with leaves
pense owners or occupants that threaten the health as well offend the Mulch 'plants pine Moise
as ,
bark to pion of its species. vice-president; Ann Hill,
thereof..and needles, compost,or conserve
generally to define, prohibit, sensibilities of its residents. moisture. ,secretary,, and Sarah Torode,'
AVcRIO Owners and nominators of cham- treasurer.,
Cut flowering annuals just before pion trees will receive a certificateand
Directors George
have their names listed in the
/ leaving. Annuals which go uncut will Lindley, Edna Moise Gordon
aKnurlt/tu state champion tree register.In
Comil ( .soon cease to bloom.Plant food Is used Perkins, 111. and Clayton Strickland
.p to nourish developing seed insteadof ((3 terms) Ann Hill
around year ; Margaret
travels Bradford
production of,,new flowers and my Brown, Erd Wilson and Milton Moise
noticed several
( MiWt igr p County: r have big
USOB It foliage. trees that I will be checking In the ((2 year terms), and E.L. Matthews,

< { t Give"plants' a good spraying or near future, but I'm sure there are Bill terms Peters). and Sarah Torode (1 year.
'."'-":':<' many that I haven't seen. If you have
G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER t Insects a tree that you feel Is a champion or
,know of a tree In this county that Is
!! : ( : ? > them.
J, lazy prior to departure. If weeds are allow- come out and measure it.
:' ..,'!' ;, 'ed to to seed while away cad For more information
SubMrlptlan fat.in trod arm S t Par Vaar;SS Sl.Month.Outsid. go 01 you I would think that we !have-' the by my, office you may stop
harder which
much Is
Job weeding the
expect a County
.trod...... SIO Par Vaan SS.SO Jl.Months Bradford County to have
potential In Foresters Office
Pho_644430. ...,' Stark.Plarida 'I' later in the season, or next year when boo and I >ill the Agriculture
seeds sprout. champion trees am looking Building or call me at 984-6280.

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.. ____ __ June 29. 1980 TELEGRAPH PsgeSA


Wed Steven Patricia June McLean Shealy 21 r i ide iL i

Patricia Ann Shealy daughter of PTwfJod l
Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Shealy, Sr. of
Jacksonville and Steven Valdee 1
McLean of Jacksonville, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gilbert V. McLean of 9a4's' Woo/y :
4 4D Starke, were united in marriage 67L ,
yi Saturday June 21, at 8p.m. at the Society Gtaiito. euJJ.
I tI'
.1 Woodstock United Methodist ChurchIn /fly tJ FIe :

"IrVf, Jacksonville.The 964.7608
pF bride was graduated from Fax
on High School and Jacksonville '- -
University. She is currently a second -- -
grade teacher at Normandy Elementary

The School.bridegroom graduated from Ed _. ;. Fried I Alvarez engagement told

White High School and the University
of North Florida. He Is currently obtaining The Rev. and Mrs. Buddy Friedlinof
his master's degree in Public Keystone Heights and Mr.and Mrs.
Relations at the University of North Harold Alvarez of Starke announce
7' i Florida. He Is employed at United ,, the engagement and approaching
Parcel Service.Immediately. marriage of their children, Kristin
after the ceremony' Louise, of Keystone Heights, and .. .
Mr. and Mrs. McLean departed for Gregory; Allen Alvarez, of Starke. r ,
Las Vegas and San Francisco. After Miss Friedlin Is a 1973 graduate of :47 y
their honeymoon the couple will Wolfson High School in Jacksonville
X reside In Jacksonville. and a 1978 graduate of Santa Fe Com-
munity College, Gainesville <
Mr. Alvarez is a 1968 graduate of
R.H. Grider lit Bradford High School In Starke a j1' L

To Celebrate 1970 graduate of Lake City Junior College ., ,
f r and graduated from the University
80th BirthdayThe of Florida in 1972.

children and grandchildren of Miss Friedlin is presently a teacherat
R.H. Grider Invite all his friends to St. Marks Day School In Starke.Mr. .
come by and reminisce with him on Alvarez is an agriculture
the occasion of his eightieth birthday teacher at Bradford High School.A .
on Sunday. June 29, between the Saturday, August 2,wedding date
hours of 2 and 3:30: p.m.'at 1421 Randall has been set. The ceremony will take
Street Green Acres. : place at 8 p.m, In the Community
Guests are welcome to call anytime Church of Keystone Heights with the
between the appointed hours. bride-elect's father Rev. Buddy } I
Friedlin, conducting the service.
A reception will immediately lollowtheceremonylnthechurchleIlowshlp II

Harold Crews. hall. .....0 ,OroU".IIU urrg Alvarrt.

Mr. and Mrs.lUck Stephens Entertain atRehearsal A special Invitation Is extended by
the couple to the parents of St. Marks
students to attend the ;wedding and
Debra Prevatt and Rick StephensWed and Mrs. Harold Crews gave a reception.

dinner party Thursday night,June 19.
Garden at Grace Baptist Church Fellowship
June 14 in WeddingDebra Christ
Hall for their son, Andy and fiancee,
Cheri Lynn Scheetz after the couple's
Lee Prevatt, daughter of Mr. and sister,Mr and Mrs. Mike Hartleyon wedding rehearsal.The Lutheran ChurchBible
and Mrs. James T. Prevatt of Starke N. Walnut Street, Starke, with 31 guests were seated at six
and Rick Foy Stephens. son of Mr. Rev. William George performing the tables centered by red silk flower ar Class Recessedfor
and Mrs. Foy W. Stephens of nuptials.The rangements. The buffet table was
Gainesville were united In marriageat couple repeated their vows covered with a white linen cloth and Summer Months.
a sweet but simple garden wedding before an ivy covered archway with a centered with an arrangment of red
Saturday, June 14, at 10 a.m. at the row of roses growing in the silk carnations and roses. S. WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M
home of the bride's brother-in-law, background under tall pecan trees. The presented gifts to Keystone Lions Club
Mrs. Steven Valdee McLean
Scot Stephens of Gainesville and their attendants during the dinner. Keystone Heights, Fla
New Haven. Conn. attended his
brother as best man. Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
Mrs.Mike Hartley served her sister 473-2007 After 5 p mIN
as matron of honor. She wore a yellow Eastern Star
batiste sundress with jacket of white
Supper June 28
eyelet and yellow flowers.She carrieda
small nosegay of silk. daisies and Starke Chapter 224,'Order of the
yellow carnations. Eastern Star,will have covered dish
The bride,given In marriage by her supper.Saturday,June 28,at 7 p.m.In ONE MINUTE
father, wore a mid-calf length, off- the Masonic HaU.
M white batiste dress with above elbow All Masons and their family are in-
1 length raglan sleeves with hemline vited to attend.Joy'VeIlenga.
ruffle. She carried a nosegay of silk
daisies and yellow carnations. o i
A reception followed also on the i I!
r lawn where the bride's table was : I ,-s ; <
'covered with a lace cloth over white
h linen and was centered with a three BirthdayJoy
x tiered, pillared cake topped by a
nosegay. The cake was made by the Vellenga celebrated her loth
bride's mother and decorated by the birthday Monday at a theatre party, "
cookout and slumber party given by
bride. Flanking the cake were two ar- !
her mother.Mrs. Philip Vellenga and
rangements of roses. Cutting the cake
assisted her aunt Mrs. Elaine
Gwen Zack were Misses Rhea Corbett, Lisa Red- by ,
Erie Biggs dish and Vickie Carver.
at the table also The seven girls were taken to seethe
Presiding punch ,
Gwen Marie movie in
Zack, Mary Poppins
covered with a lace cloth, were
Erie Robert Misses Tract Gainesville and returned to the
BiggsEngagement Rickard and Robin
Rickard of Ocala, cousins of the Vellenga home for a hamburger
ToldMr. bride. cookout followed by a slumber party. 20 TIMES
and Mrs. Enjoying the affair with Joy were
L.S. Tanner of Following a wedding trip to Orlando
Lawtey, announce the engagementand and Crystal River the couple Is Julie Ferguson, Yvonne Bobo, Cassia
approaching marriage of their residing at 428 N. Walnut Street. Autry, Dodie McRae, Jenifer Brown
daughter, Gwen Marie Zack to Erie The bride of Bradford of Starke and Heather Goodall of
Robert Biggs, son of Mr..and Mrs. High School ands a teacher with the Gainesville.
R.E. Biggs of Starke. Bradford County School System.Mr. WITH FEELING.
The wedding will take place August Stephens is a graduate of P.K.
30 at 7 p.m. in the First United Yonge High School and the Universityof William H. Edwards
Methodist Church. Starke. Florida. He Is a coach and teacher
The couple are both graduates of with the Bradford County School Dinner Hosts
Bradford High School.No System.
Invitations are being sent but all had LTC buffet and Mrs. William H. Edwards ui / How lone is a minute?
a dinner
party Friday
friends and relatives are invited to attend enough to "1 love
night at the Presbyterian Church Long say
the wedding and reception 1960 BHS Class Fellowship Hall following the wed with
following in the Fellowship Hall. you 20 times feeling*
Reunion July 5 ding rehearsal of their son, Hal Ed-
wards and fiancee, Ellen George. Long enough to bring; you
Yolando Hernandez Anyone wanting to attend the BHS The U-shaped dining table held a a v i close to someone when you
class of 1960 reunion to be held SaturdaY -
Shower HonoreeMiss July 5, at 7 p.m. at the Starke garland with day of wild lilies.grape vine Interspersed are away Long enough; to(

Yolando Hernandez, whose Golf l/ and Country Club, please send The 35 guests Included the Immediate ShUenSiledalllllllt'ilt.()
marriage to Eduardo Infante will be money to Brenda Farnaworth, Box families and out-of-town So share few memorable
423, Starke, by Saturday June 28.
an event of August 1, was com- guests.
plimented at a bridal shower Sunday Assisting In serving were Mrs. Lila minutes by calling the one
afternoon given by her mother Mrs. Rae Yawn. Misses Diane and Betsy you love today.Yiuir (
Carlos Hernandez and daughters Robert Traylors Yawn, Glenn Mullins and Mrs. David j call lx the least
Mrs. Edith Hurtado de Mendoza anaMrs. Montgomery and daughter, Janet. may
Maggie Phillips at the Her Dinner HostsMr. expensive. most personal

nandez home on E. Call Street. and Mrs. Robert Traylor of 1 t girt yoii can give. And it I I
The refreshment table was covered
entertained at dinner
Lawtey a party
with an Imported Spanish lace cloth- means so much.Continental .
Friday night June 13, at the Western
and centered with a lace umbrellaover Steer Steak House for their son. Dale, Little WomenTo
an arrangement of. mixed spring ,and fiancee, Paula Dobbs after the Hold DanceThe
flowers wedding rehearsal.The Little Women's Club will hold a } t1' (S
Games with prizes and 23 attending Included the Hawaiian dance Friday night, June { *
refreshments were enjoyed by the 40 honored couple, their parents, atten- 27, from 9 to 12:30: at the club house. 1 f Telephone
five between the hours of two and dants and out-of.town guests. Dress..beach clothes.
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Dobbs ( '
F i--.1 Cecelia Terwillegar, Mrs. Herbert and Dale Tra Y for Weddina June 14 in Raiford ,.,''f".NI". i'J\'\ 111.'" ,I'' 'J','.-'." ..1.,'Ul_ n

daughters Mr.. and Mrs.of Winter David Haven Christopher spent and the Mr.;and Mrs... .J.T.Carver and family Mrs.R.S.Mullins and. mother,Mrs. Nelson tha Dorko)),Jr.have, and returned son Byron from and several Mar- .:; daughter Miss. .Paula of Mr.. Theresa and Mrs.. Michael Dobbs. and candelabra with burning tapers,ferns Miss Rhonda Dobbs attended her hung on the door ot (the Center'. '

weekend with her father, Charles were vacationing at Vogel State L.T.. Izler of.Ocala visited Robin days in Florence County, South .; Dobbs of Raiford and Dale Virgil unity candle. The family pews sIster as maid of honor In a peach colored The bride's' table was covered witha
,rM Dinklns. Park, Blalrsville, Ga.. last week. Mullins in Fort Pierce from Thursday Carolina, visiting Mr.. and Mrs.. Cale ,:. Traylor,son of Mr. and Mrs.. Robert were Randall marked with satin bows. gown. Attendants were Mrs. lace cloth and held a bride doll ins I Ic
to Monday.. Yarborough, Mr.. and Mrs. Vernon Traylor of Lawtey, were united In pianist and Crawford of Lawtey Rhoda Martin, Mrs. Debbie Traylor, lace white gown.. Cutting the cake
Mr. Ind'Mrs.. Joe Neal Belche and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinson and Floyd and Mr. and Mrs. Richard marriage Saturday. June 14. at 7:30: Butler. Lisa Mooneyham of Lake Mrs. Nancy Traylor,Miss Robin Prlt- were Mrs. Kay Granger.and Mrs..
children will return to their home in family of Jacksonville are renting the Barney McRac spent June 13-15 Truluck.. On Sunday they attended a p p.m.. in the First Baptist Church In of nuptial soloist. presented a program chett and Mrs\. Debbie McCullough. Anita Wilkinson. c
J former Norma Canova house on N. with his daughter,Mrs.Vivian Harley i: music Their in the rainbow colon bowl I J1L
Norfolk, Va. Sunday after ten reception at Cecelia's grandparents Raiford with Rev. Aaron gowns were Presiding at the punch that
Singletary Joe
Lila Walnut Street now owned by the H.A. and family at Merritt Island and they Westerhorstmanll'' of of '
visit with their mothers, Mrs. home "The Homestead where performing the nuptials.. Gainesville pink, green; yellow, blue was encircled with fern and baby's
Bishops. Mr. Robinson Is employed at attended Margaret Conner's high friends attended as best man lavender and peach. The of the breath
Caldwell In Starke and Mrs. A.C. hundred relatives. and Centering the altar were two large Ushers gowns were Michelle Clemmons,
Florida State Prison.' school graduation' June 13 in Orlando.. were Mike Dobbs. Norman maid of honor and attendants
Belche in Lake Butler. celebrated the birthday of Sybil baskets of! multi-colored flowers Tra tor,. Dean were Donna Newmans.. Brenda Wilkinsonand

Y 1r Truluck. against a background of arch Dinkla and David Triylor.Martin' Hendrik u fashioned rlrhsii"_.*'The. ''"alike._Irlfta...._with_onrl u_l_ana.wrap....0.r-mttl._....around...a'_...aft q.... a'o!Mary llaw'n..;'. .' Louise.g. 'UgU L"" i.:Taylor.r h oneymoon 2 : ..... .at. .a_.

tops.. skirts and top were trimmed cabin on Crystal Lake, Keystone
GO FIRST CLASSVT11 i SAWYER GUS with a printed ruffle for accent. Heights,the couple are residing at the
u.1h They each carried silk roses to match Pine Forest apartments, Starke.. L FP t tt
their gowns. The bride Is a lure! graduate of N
Stephanie Traylor and Marsha Union:County High School and 1980 t
Dean Hlckman were flower girls.. graduate of the University\ of Florida. /
x r C Larry Dobbs was ring-bearer... She obtained a B.A. degree In r
QUALITY REFRIGERATORS: MICROWAVES: FREEZER Given in marriage' by her father Childhood Education and was forma 1 1a

GRILLS: i RANGES: a it$' OIDITIONERS: CLOSE GUT and mother, the bride wore a white ly employed at Lake Butler Elementary
Whirlpool I ardwlck gown with high neck, sheer sleeves School. \".
Charm Magic Chef Carrier General Iectrlc trimmed In lace and A-line skirt with Mr.. Traylor Is a 1978 graduate of 'f "
glow I I I General Electic i Whirlpool Whirlpool long train trimmed in lace.. She carried Bradford High School and is presently it
h Jacuzzi Whirlpool From 229" II 00!). Whirlpool a lace handkerchief that belonged a senior at the University of Florida !, t. '
Arkla Hardwick Super Deluxe 488.$ '18500 From '339"$ to her great grandmother where he hopes graduate in August, .
: F From i3 36800 S1N I : I I"k II
: General Electric From Freeman. Her Juliet cap decorated 1980 with a degree In Land Surveying. i ,'Iti.l,' I 4 4wN
_.. From '9900 with simulated pearls and accented s sr \

and Mrs.\ Clayton Strickland with a wide lace border secured her Did You Know. .,",.., ..
veil of illusion..She carried a bouquetof r w.1'

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland A multi-colored reception was roses.held in the Raiford Tuesday Mrs. R.P.-after. nine McLendon'returned weeks'visit with

Community Center where Miss
'. relatives in Knoxville
Tenn. and
Celebrate 50th Wedding Anniversary r Ramona Swear greeted the guests at Blowing Rock, N.C. She h
was accompanied -
SAWYER-SLAD1 the door.
In the
: MAS & APPLIANCES Standing receiving home by her brother, Loyd
line were the bride' and groom, their Cngdill who is visiting In Gainesville I
Mr. and Mrs\ Clayton Strickland of roses carnations and greenery parents and attendants. Mrs. Peggy W.lliston. and Tampa this week. ,
Kmgsley Lake celebrated their centered by candles.. l Cason kept the bride's book.. nV
anniversary on Sunday The cake table was covered with a Starke Jacksonville Green S !"Lake Starke Decorating the hall were ferns, an '
golden wedding white lace cloth over yellow linen and Coye Sgri rgs! City Jacksonville Beach arch of candles and peach colored Jeremy Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs..
June 15, at a reception given by Bruce Scott, was in Alachua General
their four sons and four daughters at centered by the round anniversarycake 332 Madison 964-7701. carnation arrangements. A picture of Hospital last Thursday for minor i'r
three tiered in the middle the bride
the Kingsley Lake Civic Center.. that was and groom was arranged on surgery.
Their sons and daughters and and four side cakes. It was a heart, surrounded by greenery and
spouses are Mr\ '. and Mrs. Jim Seipleof decorated in gold type roses and the
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.Clayton top was adorned with gold bells. The
Strickland, Jr.. of Starke, Mr. and names of the honored guests were on Mr.. .and Mrs Dale Traylor
Mrs\ Jack Seiple of Jacksonville. Mr. the two front cakes in gold. Encirclingthe

and Starke Mrs\, Mr.Townsend and Mrs. L.M.Strickland Norman.of cake was with leather yellow and leaf gold fern pompoms Interspersed Valerie Ann Jones.

Jr. of Starke.. Mr.. and Mrs. Woody flanked by four branch brass We've Got WhatFOR You 'Want Rocky HofflerEngagement
Strickland of Orange Park, Andy candelabras with white tapers. .
Strickland of Gainesville and Mr.and Assisting. In serving the cake were ToldMr.

Mrs. Jim Garlington of Middleburg members of the family.At and Mrs. Tracy A.. Jones'of
Mrs. Charles two tables on each side of the
A granddaughter Hampton announce engagementand
Terry of Jacksonville greeted the cake table, punch was served by approaching marriage of their
guests at the door and presented them granddaughters.. Misses Susie Seiple, THE BEACH/ BARBQBACK/ YARD A s daughter, Valerie Ann to Rocky Hof-
to Mr.. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland in Teena Norman, Marcl McSwain fler of Starke,.son of R.N.Hoffler,Sr..
(the receiving line. Selena Norman and Jill Strickland. f.\t\ and the late Pauline Whitaker.The .
At focal points in the hall were arrangements Approximately 300 friends and wedding will be an event of
relatives called between the appointed \h .... ", .d dy
of hydrangeas green 'of !I 11Io a3EJ't' 0WJ Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Pine Level l7r'
hours two and five o'clock.. JUICY i ,
Dotted plants and an arrangement of EVERYTHING' WE SELL HAS A \ 1 / S ... 7> "- YOU CAN'T' Baptist Church.
.. SWEETPEACHES HOOD ORTROPICANA TropIC.t .Ins... The bride-elect is a 1978 graduate of
Did You Know........... MONEY is
/ CSSt PURE FLORIDA ,t tI BUY BETTER Bradford High School and Is

Cecelia Terwillegar, Bradford Out-of-town guest. at the Cheri employed at Gator Freightways, ,
County's representative on the Lynn Scheetz-Andrews H.Crews wed- BACK 1 I 1 ORANGEJUICE I 1 ...SO WHY Starke.
River Authority, met last N r0'1 Mr. Homer Is. a 1970 graduate of
Suwannee Included Mr.
last Friday night :
Eustis School and ,
1 is '
at the Administrative & employed
Wednesday evening and Mrs.\ Bill Gibson and son of Atlanta e .
Building Stephen Foster Mr and Mrs. Dewey Tope of 0 Hercules, Starke. 7
\: ..... All friends and relatives invitedto Ii
Memorial in White Several are
Springs. Seminole Mr. and Mrs. W L. .-...
hundred people attended the meeting Buchana of Day Mr.. and Mrs.. AI : attend the wedding and reception.
which concerned changing the Jenkins of Ocala, Rev.. and Mrs. (C.R. I t ::1 EPaii HALF GALLON' June'ALL:...:.-..ITEMS..55 tHRU':.C PNKES sun,June 0000"""I THURS,IYed. \Valerie: ,Ann\ Jonmi

designation Florida".. The"Outstanding Occidental Waters Companyhas of Swartz Rev. and and Mrs.daughter Gary Bement of Lakeland.and Mr. ; :(." ; ; : :.' 3 FOR 9 EARS 1-1.1. CARTON ID.QUANTITY GOLDEN' OUAHTKR ma51..,. .P.SENVED.SAVE .*LB'PKG.'' Did You Know..,.... !M'' '<-;fogs';. ( !e \

large mining operations on the and Mrs. Marty Crosby and son of .1. POUND Oleo !("MRS' ,FILBERTS). 58
river. Martha Dorko attended the Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Roy U PANTRY' PBIDB h. Marian
Fogg graduated Manna

meeting The ..designation with( Cecelia,,::.Outstanding Terwillegar.. ,' ......, .''Tampa Warner. of Mr.Highland and. Mrs.City Leon and Tope from,Mr.... :. PORK BEANS'' q .:.. .. .... ;: ,. i .,, .. :!<:.n' C. ..:Y j jBAVB) .-.,............... ... :!r :: J.BIRTHSDn8. ... "' ".. ,,' M ;1 Xronv Cum the Laude Untversity in 'Special> North Education Ir'lontUi' <.u" .", I
Waters" was retained.! : \L Ll: and' Mrs. H.R. Hoeft and son Mrs w g4C ( 39 \ ; g'.ft .0' at PKG'' :t ICORMAPPLf4Y''L'Y; .. .. .. .. ..., ,
: ''"89I; N 99. .. .8"D. ) ri. %1M| > ..LI...u.* *<.i.{ ,.iijoriSalurday. \ ,June 14.Miss FORKJ th .n. : .1./
Opal Scheetz, Mrs. Margaret HoestMr ,, .WITH TMIB.eooCAI't., COUPON...."' .THUM'.... J4JNI... ..TNwwN. .. .. 'fit. > "" .r r T tt M "M@I, .ryL-; Ii. : sirs 2"1 u P +:; CeJokld Ha-m (Suceo"i) : ,: "tiff'. and "MI 1',1., Gary:Y,games Normvo.P ,' granddaughter of Leila Newsome and
!Mr\ and Mrs. J J.T. I.awson visited \ .and Mrs. Charles Gomillion,Rev.. SI JUtlt 1* 'ItBW... UMIV.TOBACCO.:I'COUPON, PKMMJCtB.::.WITH:.\'.A:XCLUOVDPANTRY SO:.O:MOMPOODtmoU. "" :. :1 SAWS..10'*. (la..."0.PARTI'' PRIDE AH T of Starke announce the birth of a son, the daughter-in-law of J J.e. Kngg of
:Mr\ and Mrs. II.K. Graddick, in Fort and Mrs. A.C. Teston and Mrs.. Enola r...... ........ SAVE 30. @/' :::. PKG Lunch Meat SLICED *1 1SAVE 158 Jason Adam born June 2 In Alachua Starke.
... SAVE 10. A LB SAVE ( ;
Gaines (Ga. of Carroll. General Jason sister.
Tuesday to Thursday 1 Hospital. joins a
SAVE 20. A LB SAVE 30 'SAVE 30. A LB .. 20*...!.SRO.PAim, .MIDI AMT,.
last week. Keri Sue, 9.
.! age Dana and Michael Meng( of St.
Mrs. Barbara Harvey and grand. .. '. .. > inI Lunch Meat (SLICED) 78 Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Petersburg will spend the weekend'('
SASS 2O BNO WHITBMushrooms .
!Mr\ and Mrs. Garl Mathews\ returned children Elizabeth and Brian Harveyof s I-.d.. a 3 u *1 1ass. 149 (U.I.B.DJI..... OBADB A TRAY PACK''' TORKBT SAVE.... -AXBLIOO-"" ..-*ICuCUP SAVE.. 40'.SUM.,,,0.. 550550Sunnyland "' '''' Mrs. Raleigh Strickland of Starke. with their uncle mid aunt.. Mr' and
Sunday after two weeks visit with Atlanta will be guests next week of T TLAY ... Ls58 .7800* .
Drumsticks. Sour Cream. '. 198 Mrs. John Miller\
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their son and family.. !Mr\ and Mrs\ Mr\ and Mrs.. J J.W. Ritch. .. AVI 10 PHCIHLT PACKAGED< ..... .. ,Ashley\ Glenn Moore
: PRIDE!FROZEN .h HOMESTYLEorsAfe'C';: BOMELEU! BBEPRound .,........ ... .. ... c. MYK70>..**PAKTKTrKIDKCKXAMCOa' .... 4.i SAVE. 20.IBM ROLL rust.. PORK
Bruce Mathews in Maitland. = ORANGE Nectarines LD59 Slaw or Salad. .-49 .Ii!!!.!!!!* 69 sl 1tA.0w0' T *cu18 Mrs. John D Anderson' Callahan( ,
Mrs. H.M. Richarde of Starke and t7.c gfUMSANDWICH 3/89C/ _...TlII..79..H.L..I.. .. l .. SAVE.. ao*.PMUH Steaks. .LB 2 Pkk.'cT* nckT7Ll9"8;: .: Cottage Cheese .. !1SEer Hygrade SausageGB Mr. and Mrs.. Glen A.. Moore announce and cousins.. Mr\ '. and Mrs\ HUMTI

Chris and Michelle Genereux of Mrs\ Lyle Buck.. Mrs. Gerald Morris = JUICE g4C !: = BREAD Watermelons EA"S.! ; *249 Peanuts'VS.: *1ea 1 1AVB 'LAOS fSf!! ,, ._.. ................,........ ........ ....n.O'.COII"O'LIlQAIIIN..LB.IIO.> I AVB' JO'.1 IOM PKQ.SQUARE''' BUCKO. the birth of a son, Ashley Nisehke and daughter (Claudia' of
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Hestfivld. !Mass\ are visiting their and Mrs. Mark Shaw of Palatka spent Poe. CAM' RAVa''' >0*.12 PACK PAITTRYPBIDC' Mrs. IO A LB.CALIPORDMIVLEAP : ... Chuck Roast. .m.. LB*!1TB '''''' Gold O. Corn .58 Lykes Ham(COOKED! ) 168 Glenn. born June 14. at Alachua Koln.Germany were Friday luncheon'
M omhlckerT.
Mr\ and !Mrs\ Robert last week at Crescent Beach. .SNna.ca..oN' .' TMUM wN.NTNUINN' '.... ,, ...,, 2t* 13**CELLO! BAQ Lots Ls59cPork General Hospital. .
grandparents. ; ; : : \
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PARTV"" guests
MJ.NNN 'ItM UMM.. ICOurON. .MH. .A T lOOBM Q Rolls .2/98/ 590 ....H.toaL., AVB 10* PKO.PAHTIIT' PRIOR'" AVB. 20 .LB PKQ.'' SLICED! .MEAT. .. '
(Green; for three 'weeks ? POOtt OHM* TCHMCCO PIKKMJCtS gAClUOCa' OHCLOVIAVB "' Red d Plums . LS Champion Raisins !119 eiI!!!! Paternal grandparents are LI.Col
Mr. and Mrs. J J.W.. Ritch and Mrs.\ ,.................. ... 1O*.Ho.OOLDEN CHOCOLATE ORIE EAVE.. ao..*'.FLORIDA LAv.lo't.wJA.0EV50A51W.. .. ,. Butts. .ui98 JGZmtII Cream Cheese. .680 Fyne Taste (BOLOGNA$138SAWS ) and Mrs.. Robert C. Jackson of '
:Mr\ and Mrs. A.S.S Harrison visited Jackie Leslie and Tom in .AVB.. JO.QUARTEm t LI PKO.OAROARinE' *. ,, Maternal Mrs\ Kenneth Graham of(Chk-fKiiul-
Johns .
were Sugar Donuts. 990 Fresh Limes. 12/59/ Planters *149 mesHiToiLU l rauea!!! SAVE 2O BOIIOBrrB.. I 12M'.0. 10 I is. ',0.MEAT Keystone Heights. great of :Mr\ '.
her mother Mrs\ R.T Ilipps., in Blackshear Ga.. Sunday visiting Mrs. Peanuts. Leila 3/l/ 1 880.VASELINE grandmother Is Mrs.. Margaret was Thursday overnight guest
Waycross> over the'weekend A.I\I.. \ Moore. Pork Spare Ribs.. American Singles. 128! Fyne Spred. Fyne Taste (FRANKS' > Jackson of Starke. and Mrs\ J J.G.. Jackson' and look, her'
1 1 EVERYDAY .. mother Mrs\ lla Ham home after. '
LOW pRICI! BUY-1 GET-1 FREE = ''alas '5.- ---. three weeks, visit with the Jnck.sons.
BREYER'SICECREAM : PANTRY i CORNISHHENS CENTER CUT SLICED Mr.. and Mrs. G.A.. Gay spent last Palmer Brow-/' is ,visiting Mr.\ and
= = FLAKEDCOFFEE WISEPUFFED FREEZER QUEEN BABY PRODUCTS week In Columbia.S.C.. with i( their son. Mrs\ L.S.S (Cello in Gerton. N(t''. this
I Fl PRIDE BEEFLIVER ASSORTED 2400. POWDER! .'16ol LOTIONISoz -. Joseph' A. Gay and family.. week and frlen_. in Sparta. Tenn.

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wa0rwwn.iu"o.: .. : 13ox BAG. / DOODLE8oz 240&88 ENTREES YOUR $119'
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2 TO 3 LBS r
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U .-; 'r -n r.rr.. Vegetable OH 179 3 1 1 BasketsBig

M SeT r FREE Johnson Diapers!. 179 ;1! Selection Fresh New Stock

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AppleJulce. . 59 $ 9
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Includes: RAVE. 42'.3* *L"SAG Duncan $117 ,
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Lawtey News 111111..11 1 L 111 H r IIJII L J1II11 I 515IIl.1s I I I I IJII'JIJILJJJ 'JJI II 1 If I 1 H T
are wtih him. Later news we learned Tommy Talley and family of Jackson- Purvis Brown who Is a patient In Mrs. Connie Moeley and children of brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Elizabeth that his surgery was successful and ville hosted a birthday anniversary Bradford County Hospital Is Improving MaxviUe visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Troxell on their way
by 782-3300 Terry he was to come home. on the 23rd or party cookout for their mother, Mrs. slowly. Our prayers are. still with Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday after home from the wedding of their son,
phone Mildred Tye. There were 24 presentfor her. noon. John Leslie Stone,In New Hampshire.Mrs. .
PERSONALS 24th.Mrs.. Glen Shuford and her aunt, the occasion Including 7 fathers Robert Lee McDanlela and friend We are very happy to'state that Edna Pounders of Summer-
Friends of: Mn. Purvis Brown Mrs. O.J. Anders, and her mother, who were also honored. Keith, of MOrriatowni'a Indiana, and bonnie Kelly graduated from the dale, Ala., spent two weeks with her
to learn that she is a patient in Mrs. Doss HIgginbotham,of MaxvWe Miss Rhonda Wilson of Miami is Petty sa and Mrs. University of Florida on Saturday, niece, Mrs. Elsie Norman.
Bradford regret as of June visited their sister, Mrs. Cora spending some time with her grand- James W. Page (Buddy) of-Bufort, June 14. The Bryant Wilkinson Reunion will
County Hospital with her. Hodges, in the River Gardens Musing mother, Mrs.' Beulah Norman and S.C. visited their parents, Mr. and be held at the Highland Baptist
17.Mr.Our and prayers Mrs.are F.L. Roberts of Home, Jacksonville, on Tuesday.Mrs. other relatives. Mrs. L.W.Page,and Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr: and Mrs. Elmer Hall of Church on Saturday,June 28, beginning
Jacksonville were recent Sunday Hodges was seriously 111. Our Elder and Mrs. George Boyer of Boyce chastaln, of Lawtey over the Jacksonville were Saturday dinner at :2 p.m. AU friends and relativesare
of their sister Mrs. prayers are with her. Plant City were Monday overnight weekend.. guests of their brother and sister-in- Invited.
afternoon Mildred guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and guests of their sister, Mrs. Fred Miss Arthurlne Blanchard visited law, Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Earl!: Boyette of Col-
Tye. family of Jacksonville visited their Moore, Sr.Deepest. her cousin Mrs. O.L. Johnson of While here they visited their niece, umbus,Ga.,were Saturday overnight
Mrs. Henry Smith went to Jackson- aunt, Mrs. Henry Smith, on Friday sympathy of the community Jacksonville 01 Wednesday and while Mrs. Margie Reddish and her .sons, guests of their brother and slster-in-
ville on Tuesday to be with her in- afternoon. Their dauther Robann remained Is extended to Mrs O.J. Anders, there they visited Mrs. Johnson's Donald and Randall of Starke. law, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr.
laws Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, with Mrs. Smith for vaca tion. Mrs. Doss Higginbotham, Mrs. Sallie brother, who Is ..very ill in Baptist .The Durban Reunion was held at and family.-On' Sunday all of them
while he is in the Baptist Hospital for Hogan, Mrs.-Gizelle Sweat and Mrs. Hospital. the home of Wm L. Durban of Lake were dinner guests of their mother,
surgery on Wednesday. Our prayers On Sunday June IS, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hall and other relatives Bryan Camp will spend most of the Butler on Sunday, June 15. The. Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr of Lake City.
because of the death of their sister, summer with his uncle and aunt, Mr. children of David L. Durban of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Patterson and
Mrs. Cora Hodges of Jacksonville on and Mrs. C.R. Mozingo In St. Jacksonville,'the children of Edward David DeVore, attended the funeral
Community New!s 'J. I I Wednesday: Stephens, S.C. Durban of Lawtey, Mrs. Laura of their uncle, Mr. B.P.,SargenUof
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and McGwinn of Lake Butler and her Atlanta, Ga. on Monday. '*
by Elizabeth G.Walker Antloch Baptist Church: Thursday sons returned to their home In family of Jacksonville attended services children, Mrs. Ira Rivers of Green Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of
Phone 94-8683 night (tonight) Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Hendersonville, N.C. on Saturday at First Baptist Church on Sunday Cove Springs and her children, Mrs. Callahan visited their brotherinlawand
Friday the Minister and Deacon morning after spending a week at and were Sunday dinner guests of George Shuford of Lawtey and her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Membership drive for the Concerned Union will begin at Calvary through Kingsley Lake. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. children Mrs. Bob Curlee of Jackson- Hardee, and their nephew and niece
Citizens organization is In progressnow. Sunday. Rev. A.J. Simmons, We are happy to learn that Mrs. Crapse, Sr. ville and her children Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardeefamily
June is the month to renew Moderator. C.F. Carter of Lawtey and their on Sunday afternoon. i:j
membership and elect officers for Ebezener Baptist Church: The Lutheran children. They had dinner on the Mrs.L.H. Harper,of Starke,.visf I fed
1981. Members are needed In the pastor officers and members will participate Christ __III THill I 1 I ground which was enjoyed by all. her mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt, and
organization. The help of all citizens in the Union Friday through The Rev. Glen Schmlege, a recent Christ Lutheran Church held its Mrs. Robert Lee attended the wedding her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. *d
Is needed. Meeting June 26,7:30 in the Sunday. graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran first service in Keystone Heights in reception for her niece,. Miss Mrs. Truman Norman on Saturday
cafeteria of RJE. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Seminary at Mequon, WIs.,will be In- mid-October, 1979, and was grantedfull Nancy Tresca and Russell Gaulding, afternoon. (J
The Class or 1970 Reunion: A 10 Sunday School 10 a.m. The Mis- stalled as the first full-time pastor of mission status by the synod this of Jacksonville, on Saturday after Mrs. Beverly Shaw and children,
year reunion will be held for the class sionaries will present a Missionary Christ Lutheran Church in Keystone past February. Services are current- noon. Richard and Christy, of Wllker'|n,
of 1970 Saturday July &. Dinner at program at 11 a.m. Mrs. Linda D. Heights on Sunday,July 13. ly being held on Sunday evenings at Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durban and N.C.,her mother,Mrs. Audrey Brown
6:30 p.m. at the Western Steer Chandler, president.St. Schmiege, a native of Chesanlng, the Keystone Lions Club building with son of Evansville, Ind., visited with of Savannah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. H.J\'.
Steakhouse. There will be a Disco Johns Missionary Baptist Mich., attended high school at the Rev. Theodore Olsen of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. McHugh and their granddaughter,
Dance at 9 p.m. at Kelly's Nite Club. Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each Michigan Lutheran Seminary In Gainesville officiating. and Mrs. O.J.Boyette and family and Tracey, and Mr. and Mrs. Softly
Each classmate Is asked to pay their Sunday. Church service 2nd and 4th Saginaw, Mich. and preparatory Following the July 13 installation, other relatives during the weekend.Mr. Rigdon of Jacksonville were supper
fees by Friday June 27, to Linda Sunday, 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Choir school at Northwestern College, morning services will be held at the and Mrs. Wm Wolfe of Cape guests of Mr.and Mrs. D.O. Brown$m
Hampton 964-8136 or Shirley Ford rehearses Saturday before church Watertown, Wis. During his years at Lions Club at 10:30: a.m. Sunday Coral attended the funeral of their Saturday night. j?
964-6843 or Melvarine Morris 9647299or service 6:3dVacation: the seminary,Schmlege,27,spent one School and Bible class will resume in aunt, Mrs. Cora Hodges on Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clemons find
Shirley Fayson Griggs 782-3111.All Bible School will begin at year as a vicar in California under the September, beginning at 9 a.m. spent the weekend with their her mother, Mrs. Edith Shaw
persons interested In being on a plan- St.John Monday, July 7, through Fri- auspices of the District Mission Boardof Schmlege's brother, Paul, a mother, Mrs. Doss Dlgginbotham at Jacksonville, were Sunday night flapper -
ning committee will meet at 8 p.m. day, July 27. the Wisconsin Synod and one year Wisconsin Synod pastor at Raleigh, their mobile home here, also with guests. ij!J
Monday, June 30, at the home of Lin- The Ministers and Deacon Union teaching at Michigan Seminary.He N.C., will officiate at the installation their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Henry es and Mr. and Mrs.
day Hampton. will be in progress July 27-29 at Rock married Bethel Spaude on May service, which begins at 4 p.m. Those and Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter Thomas Smite were Sunday dinner
Cynthia Davls-Waynn Berry Hill Baptist Church in Williston Rev. 30. The couple will be making their attending the service are invited to Nancy.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glanceof
Engagement Told: Rev. and Mrs. Perry,pastor.All members are askedto home at the newly-rented parsonageon remain for the installation dinner, and Mrs. John Stone of Boca Palatka. The occasion was-to
L..K. Davis of Starke announce the enroll. Grove St. which will follow the service. Raton stopped by for a visit with their celebrate Mr Glance's birthday.
engagement and approaching mar-

riage of their daughter, Cynthia to 1Al TAR !. .. ,
Waynn R. Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. eI yi't'
Hubert Berry of Starke, July 5, at 6
p.m. at Ebezener Baptist Church,
Starke. No invitations will be sent. ECKE S
Friends and relatives are invited. A
reception will follow Immediatelyafter
the ceremony in the dining room

of Church the church.Activities: Mt. Moriah a name you can trust vrs 4 ,. .

United Methodist Church and Plea-
sant Grove United Methodist
fellowship together in an Education
Program Sunday: Pleasant Grove
will conduct Sunday School only and
combine with Mt. Moriah at 11 a.m.
for the program. PRELL LIQUID
Dinner will be served on the .
grounds immediately after the pro- SHAMPOO ,' _-

gram.New Bethel Baptist Church: Vacation 09 reflects 11-oz.bottle.400 oil Price label. ; 0 :

Bible School started June 23 and 1 1 L\ 6:
will extend through June 27 from 5-7 I'LIMIT I ;

p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. ...... :: w-l .
Subject "Outreach For Soul Saving". ..""':,=. .
The pastor and congregation will be

attending Union at the Ministers and Deacon ,FINAL NET ,, 11:1 C a A ... JJL k I-A: ....... .'1 I rf.....,.........., ..
Calvary Baptist beginning
with Sunday School. Friday through HAIRSPRAY .. ) 1. B '. ,'.it. rtn* ,n I..a .. .. ...... ,.
Free Canaan True Church of God In 89.4-oz.non.aerosol.. off TOOTHPASTE
The and congregation .
Unity: pastor 6.4-oz.
will attend a fifth Sunday Union in --- 20'family size,price reflects 1oz.regular type. Bottle of 100,5 grain Stain removing 14-oz can.
off label. LIMIT 1
Lake City Sunday. LIMIT 1 .tablets. LIMIT 1 LIMIT 2

Tots tist Greater Church rehearse.Bethlehem: Each Monday Monday Freewill 7:30 6'30Tiny: Senior Bap- L'OREAL EXCELLENCE 99e!: 67C 9 169! *

Choir rehearses. Tuesday at 7:30 HAIR COLOR -
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday all I
circles meet. Mrs. Leola McCutchen Choose from an
is host for McKay's Circle. Mrs. IfA assortment of fashion
Blond Eva Risby will host Bly's Cir- shades. LIMIT 1 A
cle. Mrs. Darlene Blye will host Lee's
Circle. Thursday Story Hour at the MEN'S RENUZIT 22" CUT
Ushers will rehearse 6:30. Friday the 6-oz.alze.assorted fra LAWNMOWER :.
Senior Choir will sell fish sandwichesat Latest fashion styles In REQ.
'I grances. 56
the corner of Pine and Brownlee REFILLS solid colors or fancy pat' I LIMIT 3
Streets. Saturday dinners will be sold nfc.Twln blade cartridge Cf\'YSOllal'/ terns. Assorted sizes. ITJ iii 3.5 H.P. Briggs & Straiten ..
from the kitchen. Education Day will 9 1C refills for ladles ,'E nlCh! ... REG. $5.99 .I./-9' 0 0 engine. Easy recoil start
be observed Sunday beginning with razor. Pack of 4 ...irr-- Adjustable cutting height.
Sunday School 930.: Mrs. Alberta LIMIT 1 iiiiiii1 488 REQ. $189.99 No. 772?
Risby will be speaker for the 11 a.m. L
service. Dinner will be served at NO ROACH 159
12:30. 8 p.m. evening service. LIQUID {
--- DROPS Kills roaches&
EYE bottle 99C ants (or months. K & S GAS
Plastic Nlo-ine 2 piece styles In solid colors 8-oz. liquid.
o.e-oz. size. WEEDER'H
89, E.J or fancy patterns. Assorted REQ. $139' t
older youth groups enjoyed a LIMIT Sizes. REQ. $9.99 !ai artrS tr uis TRIMMER

wonderful evening of fellowship, JANCO 1'IIH.P.2CYCle engine 3
swimming and snack supper at the \1 699 4 solid state Ignition. Finger. skDiApARE
home of Drew and Ada Reddish last PLANTERS tip control. Uses flex line.
Sunday evening, June 22nd. The IE Earthen pots in No. GB762 REG. $119.99
snack supper was prepared and servo assorted designs i
ed by Ada Reddish and Janet Turner. BABY WASH CLOTHS VISUAL SCENE -- a colors. REQ. bra'. 9988SUNGLASSES
Fifteen of the youth participated in l50pre-molstened $1.99 EA.
the fellowship.. Others attending were JJ y pop-up towelettes !: .' 2
Oleeta Hardenbrook and Tommy, with lanolin. Mensi ladles styles with -- 2 300gradient
Rev. and Mrs. Warren Langer and LIMIT 1 lenses. .0 ".1.'II" X 80' aA
their daughter Allison and Carolyn J _- '
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Eaves. .25 OFFREGULAR .a.... 22"x28"WALL N IARDENeHOS burst '
The junior youth group under the PLAQUES Won't under press
direction of Dot Denton and Sybil uNI99uII' PRICES Attractive contemporary ure. Brass fittings. .
Dempsey enjoyed a pool party, prints, ready to hang. REQ. $15.99
snacks and fellowship at the home of Needs no frame. a. ,
Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark. COPPERTONE uinu ,i PVC REQ. $10.99 .t'' 12 88

Assisting with the snack supper was SUNTAN LOTION AIR MATTRESS J
Gwen Gray and her son Mitchell also 88 ( i l
attended. Promotes a deep 30'x 72".I beam con 8 '} --
o 9 darkten.2-oz.tube. atructlon.Aasorted TRASHBAGS
with built-in e e
Don Denton 1 LIMIT 1
and Todd Jay Eaves, ill
Scott Polk and Daryl Thornton set up pillow. REG. $13.99. Heavy duty plastic with

camp in a drizzling rain at Rodman's tie-ups. Box of 20, 20
Dam near Palatka Friday evening L 999 gal. size or 40. 8-gal. ,
June 20. The evening fishing did not waste basket bags. -
net enough for breakfast for the REQ. $249 LIMIT 1
following morning. However, the .
group managed to cook up some eggs, SOLARCAINELOTION + SWIMGOGGLE 1 57
sausage, grits and pancakes for
breakfast before trying their luck at or SPRAY BANANA/PALM
angling the next morning. The river YOUR CHOICE SDi iR' "+ Fit tight face mask, mft
retreat ended about 2 P.M. Saturday 7 9 Choose3-oz.aerosol p IC31f11 safety lens,adjustable BASKETS RAID .,
afternoon and the group still had to 1 orb-oz.lotion. For sew head strap. No. El368 tiP Decorative container for your plants. HOUSE a QARDEMIn -
return home without enough fish for minor burns or skin REG. $2.99 10-IN. '12-IN. 14-IN. SPRAY

supper. A great time was enjoyed/ by Injuries. LIMIT 1 SUNBUR 4. 99 : REQ. $4.95 REQ. $5.95 REQ. $6.95. n 13.5-oz. aerosol, I

all fishing in retreat.the camping, boating and I 388 488 588 51 use Indoors or

out. REQ. $2.49 m
.... ...
The younger youth group will meetat 'rJder
the church this Friday,June 27 at S -
P.M. to leave for a campout and lake ''

have retreat not In made Interlachen. Those who 0'r( \ We. fill Medicaid prescriptions. E'SFAMOUSPHOTOOFFER
arrangements to attend ;;- TWICt THB PRINTS Q.I art" TWIC E! TH. FILM Q.t two

Sybil should Dempsey contact as soon Dot as Denton possible.or 'IH1! I .. i 'j[ s We also honor most insuranceprescription .roH,II.tolplnllwlllt.of color or black' and white" .,., of rOIl.otPrlnllllmforth.p'IC.one I Kodacolor or black .

The group will return to the church .If L print: HID developed and and white when you have ....
around 4 P.M. on Saturday June 28. ; I-: .".". dru'prograriis.. printed,. TODAY AND EcNerd-. processed? at ::
Don Denton > @ EVERYDAY, ....TOOAYAND

Youth Director .. .' 7. Ask Eckerd Pharmacist. EVERYDAY. ..,
your QU ARANTII! !hBuyont' the prints you want N o r rh""RIIIev.n
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June%e.1980 TELEGRAPH ,

I Did You Know.......... from page? Bradford Co. Library Y

Mrs. Sue Miles of Macclenny was Mrs. Margaret Ann Glover of Presents Slide TravelogThe
Sunday visitor of Mrs. Eve Godwin. Jacksonville was Monday to Wednesday summer heat got you
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
dovmTTTake a free vacation at the
J.;: -. Miss Jean Mundy and Sharon Sof- Sanders. Bradford County Public Library on
. :lord of Tallahassee spent the weekend Mrs. W.H. Green and children of evening.June 30 at 7:00: P.M.
.--at the Mundy cottage.at Kingsley Tallahassee were visiting Mrs. Lex Moony Cooney ride a camell[
.Lake. Green Tuesday to Thursday. Travel to' Cairo and Alexandria.
,',0,: After 18 years at the Florida Bankat Egypt without spending one red cent.
Starke, Shirley Morrison Bagwellhas All aboard on the point Judy. Mike
;oiJ" Mrs. Hazel Carlton Is visiting her resigned her Job and Is now a Cooney.a Starke resident, who worked
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and registered Junior In the College of 2 years on this tanker will give a
rtMrs. H.H. Blount In Tallahassee for Education at the University of ,slide travelog presentation' of his
,several weeks. Florida. She's had her first Indoctrination cruise.
the hassel of going through Having taken photography courses
c j Don Joiner and daughter Charlene registration at UF. U it gets to with Bill Horne of Gainesville,Cooney r
,:1)of Charlotte, N.C. were Monday over- Shirley think what the perils of UF will not only give a presentation in
",.nlght guests of Mrs. L.D. Vining. registration would do to a mere slides stressing the everyday life
18-yeal'-Old freshman already leafed and sounds of Egyptians bui
::t. sits
?.. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Bennett of to death by the Immense campus and explain techniques of good.
.Maitland are Wednesday to Friday attitude Inherent there. slide photography.
guests of their aunt. Mrs. Joe Wilson. Shirley says she's gonna be an L
!' elementary school teacher.She wants Camp Neyati Girl u-
,I.Mrs. Iris Ritch of Gainesville was to thank the fine people of the com- Scout Set
,(Tuesday and Wednesday guest of Mr. munity for letting her help them as an Camp
and Mrs. J.W. Ritch. employee of the Florida Bahk at Neyati Girl Scout Day Camp Is set'
,I Starke. for July 14 18, according to camp V f '
.f'" ,director Carolyn Eaves.
Girls from lilt thru 10th grades may
attend. Cost of camp is $15.00 for
, scouts and $18.00 for non-scouts.
ciieShutterbi There will be swimming, canoeingand

g crafts.
Registration is due by July 1. Call

440 E. W. Madison 964'-7030 or 964-8140 I 9645812. Small-World Children Visit Jax. Zoo .

VBS June 30-July 3
13 pre-school children from Small-World Day Care in Friday the older kids from small-world took their own
W.JJ uU Vacation bible school at Ebezener Starke spent most of last Thursday June 19, at the field tripto) Klngsley Lake for a day In the water.
a Starke
Baptist Church In South Jacksonville Zoo, peering over and through the fences to They had also \gone to Ravine Gardens (near Palutka) for
(Lincoln City) will be held June get a good look at the elephants, monkeys, tigers, giraffes, a field trip. Making that trip were: Michael Darrah Shan-
{Jorlrl 30-July 3 from 5:30: to 7:30 p.m. alligators and assorted other critters. non Elliot, Kelly and Julie Jackson. April Rutty Randy
In the picture above students (from left to right) Andy Milton,Andre' Lee, Maria and Kirk Reddish. Ron and Pam
.A'll., _'" Johns, Jason & Jeffery Johns, Diane Newham, Robin Zurfluh, Tracy Devoe Jody Hammond Emily Nugent and
If CARD OF THANKS Williams, Cory Basham Christy Paulk, Travis Anderson; Lisa and Mikey Tierney.
lit Tue. Our heartfelt thanks to all who ex- Christy Rutty, Christi Milton, and Chad Pressley and
on. tended comforting sympathy and helpIn Small-World owner-operator Elaine Nugent eyball a hip-
Thr. Fri. Sat. our recent sorrow. For the popotamus while latecomer Shawn Lee strolls up to see just
beautiful service,floral offerings and what everyone's looking at.
5:30pm-9:00pm Sam 61.1II! owner.J s other kindnesses, we are deeply Cost for admission to the zoo, located just off 1-95 North, First Baptist Pastor
Is .75 cents for children aged 4-12 and $2 for persons above
grateful.Family of Mabel Crews Sapp '12. Children under four are allowed in free. Returns From KoreaRev.

:' Ben P. Bryant. Pastor of the

(r"r r 7 ar t TMuir First Baptist Church of Starke, has
just returned from Korea where the
3.JS* church Crusade.sent him on an Evangelism

Rev. Bryant conducted revivals in
two Korean churches. These church
revivals were a part of the 19HU
Korean-American Baptist Crusade.
This crusade was a combined effort of
the Korean Baptist Convention, the
Southern Baptist Foreign Mission
111- Board and the Florida. Baptist Convention -

During the week of May 25, Rev.
Bryant preached revival services at
MR.CGFFEE the Young Seun Baptist Church in
Pusan. Korea. Pusan is a city of four
COFFEE MAKER million people located on the
/ Brews to 10 cups of coffee to taste& southeast coast of Korea. The pastor
r keeps coffee at serving temperature. of the Young Seun Church is Rev. Kim
G tJLJ Safety glass container No. CBS-700 Cheung Kee.During .
REG. $29.99 the week of June 1, Rev.
\\ Bryant preached in the.Gwae Jung
Dong Baptist Church in Taejon.
ZiOLD 2599 Korea. Taejon Is located in central
Korea and Is the sight of the Korean
''R =- Baptist Theological Seminary. This
2-LITER PA PALMOLIVE GOLD SYLVANIA I seminary is one of the largest

1 ICOCACOLA Refreshing ,throw I pP br&Iu ype. :, BAR SOAP ,, FLIP FLASH I 91 t, rA ;.Southern the. At United the same Baptist Slates.time:Seminaries", Rev.," '..Bryant"outside" ''was

away ptaJlcfcdltftftnEQ.$1.19LIMIT" ::: white only.'REG '$1 09' 6-oz.gold deodar bar guaranteed BlueDotquallty.a Hashes. in Pusan and Taejon. there were
soap. LIMIT 3 many other teams from Florida in
( other churches in these cities and also
9 ; 77C / alliffiffif 1C the city of Taejon. In this two week
period there were over 13.000: public
professions of Faith in Christ as
VIVITAR830AW Saviour and Lord.
One of the great spiritual awakenings -
POCKET of history is currently taking
POLAROID place in Korea. At the present moment -
[S-SHELF PLASTIC CAMERA SX-70 other evangelism teams from
AGERE Automatic motor-driven film Baptist churches in Florida are In
advance. Built-in electronic FILM Seoul Korea a city of eight million
I I assemble.Heavy plastic Assorted,easy to DO PLANTERS'WI flash. Uses 110 film. Enjoy"color perfect"prints people. It Is anticipated that when
REG. $49.99 every time. 10 exposures. these teams return to America there
REQ. $29.99
colors. will have been over 20.0o(( ) professions

188 VINYL STRAP 42"199 599! of revivals.faith in Christ in the Korean church

The Korean churches have extensive -
plans of follow-up for those
FIRESIDE Colorful vinyl straps on lightweight crusades that will enable them to
FIG BARS aluminum frame. Chaise has multi- make disciples of Christ of those who
Taste t.atlor the whole position back. I have publicly professed faith in Him.
14-oz. \ CHAIR CHAISE Rev. Bryant gave an oral report
family. bag. / KODAK COLORBURST
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INSTANT CAMERA Korean worship service last Sunday
59 1488 2488 WITH IPICIALREBATI OFFER evening. This week he plans to make

Built-in electronic flash, a presentation of the pictures nnd
1 motorized automatic slides made while in Korea. The
print ejection. 1
viewfinder Bright public' Is invited to attend the First
ENTERTAINMENT 10"x17" ,t $ 5-FT.WOODEN REG. $59.99 easy to use. Baptist Church of Starke and participate
HIBACHI STEPLADDER i in (the presentation.

CENTER Cast Irontwo multl- Full 3-in.steps& side rail. PRIG. Y...............49
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599 '433E;i IGLOO 13-QT. chemicals suspended I INSTANT CAMERA starter and recharging the
... PLAYMATECOOLER particles. Faucet model, battery I'm still at a Ions
Easy to Install. No. F-1C WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFER' to explain why 1974
Holds 18.12-oz.cans with REG. $19.99 Fixed focus. just aim & shoot. my
LAP LTD sounds so sluggish
( Ice. Push button lid. .Automatic
motorized print
w fl"799INTERMATIC when it starts. Any
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RECORDER, 13 88 easy to use. REG. $34 99 A. Check your battery
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small Sirjtnd'AUTO
radios toys & some SENTRYX .tVf! the
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2 lit: REG. $3.19 I attempt to crank the
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briskly- water probably is
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NuWaves arc, Stars 4th

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Hogtown Rolls to Civit in Title I

Starke Stars were fourth,winning III
Hogtown Rollers of Gainesville got Hogtown,tied for the league lead with The three straight after a 12-11 first Ja.
the key hits when the chip were Ray's Metal Works In the Gainesville loss to the Raders. Uncle Boys e'
I down-winning their last three gamesby league,had clubbed Hayes Electric of game ended the Stars run with a....victory l',.
a total of Just eight runsto sweepto Starke 27-7, nicked the Raders after the 19-18 year old club had topped q'
the water-logged Civltans Mens Green Cove 117. on a Keith Gover Roger's 11-8, Hayes 16-2, and br
Softball Tourney title with four homer with two outs In the seventh, 1711.Randal .
straight wins last weekend. and In the winner's bracket t Starke's NuWaves was'third with NuWaves 8-5 in eight InnlnRS. 13-for-18, .722, while Hostown's John no'
the Starke Stars fourth,and No Waves hit .713, Chub Johnson of JI1
took both Individual awards. Terry Roy'. won four straight an the Stars was at .714, J.J. Wheeler of to
Hardee stroked 16 hits In 20 at bats for opening loss to Starke's NuWaves to NuWaves .684 with five home runs, ."
an .800 average and the MVP trophy grab second. They spoiled NuWavestry and Kevin Tillman of the Stars .667.
with a8. win in Sun-
while Fred Wheeler of NuWaves won for the title town's Jeff Brashear smacked six XI
the Home Run Derby award, popping day afternoon' rain-delayed loser'sbracket Hog four-baggers to lead all hitters In that 'l-
seven of his 10 pitches over the final. NuWaves, the Starke with Wheeler second. t:
Westside Field fence. 'men's open league Sprinkler of Gover of Hogtown, and Allen, Mays, ,1
In the finale Hogtown was down 5-4 pounded Roger's and Edwards of Uncle Roy's all hit II
'' after four frames to Uncle Roy's of Jax. 13-4, Uncle Roy's 22-7, and W.W.
Ocala but they bunched five runs into Gay of Gainesville 29-10 before their four had three more over .600 l1!
.-- I ..."....j the.fifth to forge ahead and won 127. extra-inning loss to Hogtown. Bill Goodge .636, Chuck Johnson n'

'j: -" .... ..... .625, and Pat Mundorff .615.
,4' ';':::'" Minor
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..' : Lots of Its in DY MajorsThe Brooker Tourney 1

''.. "' .. Suns won both halves of the Dixie Youth Opens Friday Night 3.
;!, Lawtey
icit7, :.:' ; Minor League to wrap up the outright title but in the Major A Softball tournament hosted:by 'l.
Marine of Brooker e
: :; League first half champ Lawtey Blue,and the Braves and t:
June 20, with
Giants are Involved in a jumble of rain makeup and playoffand Friday night,
-.. .'. .. .. ifs. Gainesville Tire meeting the Stake !1
., .. ,
,- -, :w.. :;;.......... .J:. The Twins, second half runnerups,and Phllles,second in Stars at 7 p.m. at the Brooker s:
.... : -w. ."'_ .... ;...1J' .-' the first half, start a 2-of-3 playoff for second in the Minor ballfield. : '.
..' hosts the Macciermy
J. League today,Thursday,June 26,at 5:45 p.m. at Pratt St. Rainbow 1
Collision at Home Plate The second game is set for Friday at the same time with the Crackers at 8:30: p.m.,and Harry'tofSt. I
I Thomas (number 15) kicked the ball this play Sunday but he bought himself sore back with the third game Monday at 5:45 p.m. if necessary. Augustine meets Guynn's of High
NuWavts' in the Majors: The Springs at 10 p.m. First round play
catcher to score a run on maneuver as he toppled headoverheels.lfM&Bito Now for the confusing situation
out of the glove of the Uncle Roy's Braves ((5-3-1 second half) and Giants ((8-2) will make up a continues Saturday morning at 8 a.m.
rainout Friday night at 7 p.m. IF the Braves win then with Hampton challenging W.W. Gay.
Lawtey Blue ((7-1)) would have the second half title locked of Gainesville. -
BGT Outlasts upend thus the league championship. The Braves and At 9:30: a.m. Saturday Gainesville's
Giants would be tied for second: in the last half and would Hogtown Rollers trys the winner'of
@ (!JI'il@ Raiford FieldStarke's meet to break that tie Monday night.IF the Braves won the Friday's game one,and at 11 a.m.the
winner will meet Northslde
second time too,they,as second half runnerups would meet game two .
BGT came back from a the first half runnerup Giants In a 2-of-3 playoff for second Baptist Church of Starke. :
loss in their second outing with five Play continues all day Saturday
straight wins to take the top prize In place. win makeup and cranks back up Sunday at 12:30
IF the Giants Friday's
Now lets back
up. with the finals set for that after
last mens Softball tournament p.m.
game then another rain makeup between the Giants :
In Raiford. Lawtey Blue will have to be played Monday. And IF the noon.
BGT capped Its winning streak with Giants were to win there the two teams would be tied for the The Brooker PTA will be servinga
1 I 1 7-6 and 7.3 win over the Raiford Poor second half championship, necessitating a one game barbecue dinner during play Satur
Boys Sunday. In the first meeting between playoff for that title.And IF the Giants win the second half day. Barbecued pork, onion rings,
the two clubs the game went to they would have to playoff Lawtey Blue (2-of-3) for the and baked beans will be served Up
the bottom of the eighth. Dale Haas
4 11 Paterson overall Major League championship. from 11 a m. to 7 p.m. Saturday next
walked, Buddy slapped a to the ballfield.
single,Jackson Prevatt walked to fill well. t
IF understand this you're doing
1 1 the bags, and Doug Jones deliveredan you can
RBI-single to win the game. In the
final Haas, who hit .611 with five
Ii I 1 I homers for the weekend, rip first two
homers for five RBI's In the two
innings as the Starke club did all its
scoring in its first two at bats and let
its defense do the rest.
After an opening win over Occidental
of Lake City (13-6), BGT fell to
1 I s Gainesville Fire Department 7-5.
s They fought back with wins over Occidental -
6-0 (pitcher Buddy Paterson
checked the losers on four hits),
S. Crew's Building Supply of Lake
Butler, 8-3, and a rematch victoryover
Gainesville Fire Department,
13-9, to get their shot at Poor Boys.
.Backing Haas, John Ramsey hit
1 1 .520, Johnny Griffis .519, Jackson'
Prevatt .458, and Steve Thomas.,671-mmC .,.
in seven at bats. --

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NOTICE OFINTENTION Oreot foal of'the State of Munklpaf/'Water System. Florida! sold parcel [ !Jm'il rnmll Il I

I NoncfOFA NOTICE OFELECTION Florida, at Tallahassee. Bids should' be booed on being more particularly .

.; :' JjWJO REGISTER INTENTION The Capital this .the thirtieth on hourly, rate for twice described/ as MlowstCommence. DY then beat Community Church 9-4 and
; Be known that I Minor
\ 'f It LeagueAll
9. FICTITIOUS. TO REGISTER day of May. A.D.. Weekly/ and must bo Occam In the finals blasted First Federal
NAME FICTITIOUS 1980. ponied by a resume of at theSE Stars Named 9-1
NAME Secretary of State of the /s/Goarge, >i..ton.. education' and experience.All comer of said SW 'A ol
Pursuant to Section State of Florida do Secretory of State. bids must bo received' al NEVi and nun Westerly Starke't Dixie Youth Minor League Judy Thlgpen, Norma Bass Teresa

ME B6S,09, Florida Statutes. Pursuant to SecMo... hereby give notice that a 6/19 2tichg 6126. Brooker Town Hall or Post along the Southerly All Star team was chosen by the Hodge. Dana Dyal. and Betty Nipperled
hoil notice Is hereby given 865.09. Florida Statutes GENERAL ELECTION will Office Box 127. Brooker. no boundary thereof. 323.73 playersemd coaches last week. Brooker at the plate and Mrs. Nip

eo/I! that the undersigned notice .li hereby give. be held In Bradford later than 7:00 P.M.. July B, leal to the) Westerly The team, which will compete per strutfVvout a bushel of batters
(,101 Mary E. Musloh ownor. that the undersigns d County, Stole of Florida IN THI CIRCUIT I960. boundary of .the right of a against seven other teams In the while allbwing just the five runs in
-qf.>> Rt. 2. Box 400K Melrose, Franca* Williamsowner on the First Tuesdayattar COURT. EI4HTH The Council reserves the way of State Road 100 lora district tournament for 8-10 year old three.games.
btfFla.. 32666 doing' 606 W. Adkih,; the First Monday In JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN -right to.ralecl any and all point of beginning.. tedtns In Keystone Heights July 11-17 S
business under the firm St., Start... Fla.. 32091,. NowA.D... 198O AND FOR BRADFORD bids. AH bidders are requested From the point ol .beginning Is: Dude alatume. Dewey Williams.
Hit". name ol ROSE-STONE. doing business under Ihi the sold Tuesday .being COUNTY, FLORIDA. to .be present at the thus described con Jason Crown, Tim Lewis, Jamey Woods and Clark Win
nit. Bromellads. P.O. Box 24, firm nome of ENCORI the FOURTH day of opening of the bids tlnuo Westerly along Carver Richie Barnes Robby In Junior PGA Golf
}lo : Keystone Heights, Fla: CLOTHING CONSIGN. NOVEMBER to fill or retain Civil Action Case. ) No. Stake Hamilton Mayor sold Southerly boundary, McRae. Hal Davis Chris Noegel,
In32656( Inlands toM MENT SHOP, 238 S'. the* following of- BO-242. Town of Brooker. 6/2621chlll 438 loot to the concrete Jimmy Burchlck Richie Taylor Starke's Melanie Wood and Lori
,. register sold fictitious Walnut St., Stor..., Fla I. llcos In re: The Marriage of 7/3. monument thence northerly David Lizenbee Timmy Smith, Clark topped the girls 12-14 year old
'jnom.) under the provl. 32091 intend t< President and Vice- CHARLES CAPEH4RT, .. and perpendicular Robert bale and field and Hal Wood, another local
xwl I slons of aforesaid register said' llctltloui.: president the United JR. husband m INEZ E. to said Southerly' boundary Mike Rourke.Starling Alternates Norman Ed youth, won the boys 10-11 event at the

,"?,'(, statute. nom. under the provl States. CAPEHART, wife.NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 100 loot, thence are Starke Golf& Country Club stop of the
United States S.natar.Repr..to" Douglas Cornell Dale
bm Dated this 12th day ol Ions ol aforesaid OF THE EIGHTH'JUDICIAL Easterly and parallel Strong, Brown North Florida Junior PGA tour last
Juno, A.D. 1980 in BradY statute. ..., In Con- OF SUIT CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR with said Southerly and Kevin Blankenship.Head weekend.

>*: lord County., 4/12 4tpd Dated this 26th day o t gross for tho Second NO PROPERTY BRADFORD COUNTY. boundary, :389.69 f feet to coach Jim Lewis Is assisted A tour record 82. entries teed,
"* 7/3. June, A.D. I960 In Bred Congressional District.RETENTION TO: Inei I. Capehort c/o FLORIDA.J.D. said Westerly boundary, by Kevin Wimpy and Butch Prevatt. around up
9 with the
lord County. 6/26 4fpc of 6 Chrlstlansted Post. Of ODOM JR. and thence Southeasterly This Is Just Die second year Starke a.m. last golfers
Pud. ------ Justices of the Florida coming In near 4:30 p.m..
7/17. fice. St. CrolM, Virgin VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM. along so Ice Westerly has sent a Dixie Youth Minor League
now 1 Supreme. Court.RETENTION. Islands. his wile boundary 111.O6 loot to team into all star competition and Lori and Melanie matched nine-
of 7 YOU ARE HEREBY Plaintiff the PO,. LESS the they're seeking a first win. Last hole 55's in their division. Melanie had
'. Judges of the District NOTIFIED that an action vsJ Southerly nine ((9)) lootthereol. year's stars were 0-2111 the tourney. been second the weekend before in
Court of Appeal, First for dissolution of marriage .M. EDWARDS and Gainesville. Hal shot 43 for nine holesto

'J lu 11:1 Appellate Court District. has been filed LUCILLE C. EDWARDS his June 28-29 Date Set win by four strokes. And BHSgraduate
Circuit Court Judges, against you Inoi E, wife Defendants Doted at Slarke Bradford Richard Gaines shot 71 over
Real Estate Broker Eighth Circuit Groups 1a. Capehart and you ore required Case No. 60-12 CA. County, FlorliZ; this For Club Golf TourneyThe his home course to tie for second in

to servo o copy of NOTICE OF 23rd day al Juno, 1980. Starke Golf and Country Club's the boys 16-18 division behind
yo ISO W. Call St. County Court Judges your written defenses. If MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE GILBERT S. BROWN. annual club championship will tee off Palatka s Billy Tuten, who fired a 66.
efl Starlta I Judge. any to It. on 'the plain- Clerk ol the) Court BY:
II! Public Defender Eighth till's attorney whosename SALE BY Beulah M Moody Deputy Saturday morning, June 28probably
9645527Special around 9 Starke Herb Herres .
11- Circuit. and address Is THE CLERK Clerk. 6/26 4tchg a.m. pro Starke Truck Plaza

'I State Attorney Eighth Dudley P. Hardy. Esq., NOTICE Is hereby 7/17. said Tuesday Field
Circuit. Pierce t Hardy '.,11.. given pursuant to a Final 18 holes are :scheduled for both Faces Dynamite
State Senator for the P.O. Drawer 1030. Judgment of Foreclosure Saturday and Sunday In the tourney Starke league champ Starke Truck
v: Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First. lima on following Senatorial IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF closed to club members.
;. Starko, Florida. MO91 dated the 23 day of June, Plaza faces a field of powerhouses
I mark.t. Districts: 5.Members. and file 'the original with 198O. and entered In THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Herres said 19 golfers had signed up this weekend in a men s slow-pitch
Ii, 2 Trailer Parks.I of the StateHouse the Clerk. of the above) Civil Case No. 80-162 CA CIRCUIT IN AND FOR by lunch-time Tuesday "but we'vestili event in Valdosta Georgia-and some
1 Y- .1 I trailer park..j I trailer Appro 6 acres. Fenced. ol Raprasontatlves styled Court on or "before* of the Circuit Court of the BRADFORD. COUNTY got a lot that haven't signed up of the foes stare the local
f' .1 trailer park 11 trailers, 2 BR (frame house, barn. for the following FLORIDA. toughest
opproxv22 July IB. 1980, otherwise) Eighth Judicial Circuit. In that should be. He said deadline for team in the right off the bat.
0(' acres, lanced poiturelond. LARGE down pay- House Districts: 25. a iudgement may be and for Bradford County. registration (at the pro shop) will be Truck Plaza eye
Friday night
menf. Owner will finance balance. Clerk. ol the Circuit entered against you for florida. wherein J.D. Civil Action Case No. Friday noon. opens
with Jacksonville kingpin DM Racing
e a We Handle Rentals Court. the relief demanded inthe ODOM JR. and VERNIE BO-22SCA. Players will be flighted by han-
1. Sheriff. In reThe Marriage ol and a win their would put them
complaint or potllion. PHILLIPS ODOM. his
.2 BR unfurnished hou... dicaps.
0 Property Appraiser.Tax wile, are, the Plaintiffs MICHAEL CARMINE against Jerry's Catering of Miami.
I: :1 unfurnished apartment. Collector.. WITNESS my hand and and J. M. EDWARDS and CARUSO. husband B which last seen had won nine of 10
4 BR, 2'ta Ba Home. District Superintendent the seal 1 of this Court on LUCILLE C. EDWARDS his PATRICIA MARGARET Brooker Women games in the National Slo-Pitch Conference -

.3 BR LAKE. HOUSE: Furnished Feb. May. of Schools. Juno 11. 1980. .. are tha Defendants. CARUSO. Wife. Take Waldo TitleThe "Super League" games

U:; COMMERCIALFROPERTY Supervisor of Elec- Gilbert S. Brown As I will sell to the NOTICEOF against some of the best in the world.
1 warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great tions.. Clerk of 'the Court By: highest and .beef bidder ACTIONTO Brooker women's Softball team Dave Carroll Sports, North
location. Mmbera; of the Board Marian McRaa, Deputy for cash at the front doorof : MICHAEL CARMINE topped four other teams for the title of Carolina, another "Super League"

1 Tacl.l.I and Bolt business. Larg.lnvan'o.,. ol County Commissioners. Clerk. the Bradford .County" CARUSO Residence the Waldo Baptist Church's tourney member. is also in the field along
L One city block in downtown Sta..... Just waiting for the Districts 1. 3. 6/19 4tchg 7/10. Courthouse Unknown. last weekend.The with Florida class "A" champ Ray's

right business. Great opportunity" for downtown mall.I ondS.Members. Stark,* 'Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY Brooker girls started with a 5-2 Metal, Senne Lumber of Melbourne.
I largo warehouse approx. 6.000 sq. ft. Needs roof and ol the at 11:00 a.m. on the 25 NOTIFIED trust an action win over First Federal of Gainesville. and DuBose of Pensacola.C .
PUBLIC lor dissolution ol
repairs, Has !floor and standing walls. District' School Board. day of July. 198O. the marriage
Districts, 3 and 4. The Town of Brooker will described has .bean filed and
INVESTORS DREAM following property '
In Whereof, receive and open bids on are, required to .
Testimony you
Income Property Will Fay For Itself as sot forth In the Legal.Telephone .
I have .hereunto set my the position ol Water Plant' serve a copy ol ,""urwltt.n
.1 small complex. Handyman's special I 4 rental sold Final Judgment, to- 0' this
apartment the tool
at least defenses If Co.2lf
hand) and affixed thoCou.try Operator holding a any. I : attorney or Immediately
# units, possibly S. Class "C" operators 'Ikons*. of to II, on Petitioner's attorney ((904)473-4993.) on or thereafter: otherwise a' 23rd day of June. I WObefore .
A land
parcel lying
.1 small frame house. to conduct operation checks whose name and Friday August I. judgement will". Gilbert S. Brown. As
.1 largo frame, houso. Needs repairs. Residents or 4 and submit required I reportsto NE'/4 In of the SW'/4 of the address Is MYRON C. 19s0. and file the entered for the relief Clark ol the Court, By:

... apartments ((4 BR 4 BA). home Stats of Florida Deportment Township 6 South Section Range 33, FREVATT JR., P.O, original with the Clerk' of demanded In the petl-' Beulah Moody, Deputy'
.1. 2 BR frame, house. Apartment an slda. Zoned com 778R. of Environmental Drawer 796. Keystone this court either before tlon. Clerk.
off SR 22 East, Bradford Counf'tafph
mercial. acres Regulation,'for the Brooker Heights Florida 32634 service on Petitioner WITNESS my hand and 6 26 4 cn9 7 17.
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9 RSMALL : ; 'large lot-$26.000. .2IS N. Broadway freshly painted big tot. S3I,000.leke .
i Ontu FENCED YARD-CLOSE IN-Block-3 BR I la-SJO.OOO.. 29 acres with older' home, pasture a nice trees. ce St. Ocala Blk-shrubs. trees.Own.lln. 117.500.

Real Estate .HAMI'TON-IN TOWN-SAVE GAS- 3 BR From on *Home off Rd. I2S. :t ACRES-be>n-lenced. S24.900.

IOO 2M lot $11,200.6LAWTIV14andympon. ACREAGE .431 Center St. 3 BR I B Walk everywhere. 123.500.
Special' -3 BR 1 BA Ireme, an tot 77 nice acres hwy IOOVY, with approve low hwy *620 W. Adklne St. brick. Fenced carport (14.SOO.B .

FARMapproximately-- 104 x 10S-owner financed-SIO.MO. frontage good terms, a BR home B 1 acre Wilson Rd. SI4.500.
964-782886 N. Temple 4 acres of LOTS t ACREAGE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

cleared .lend, a few pecan RD MS.A-2 Acre*-$S.600 "r_. 30 acres .beautiful ,Una. same In pasture, lots of -100' an lake G.n...-. resldences-Z A.. Own. Fin.
GEORGE ROBERTS -Broker trees around this 2 *US 301 IAWTEY-3 acres, IS up-Beautiful! asks-City, trees, partially fenced with FIS"ING' CRICK off St-rSO W. Madison, former Mobil sta-$25.000

IQr bedroom, country voter a sidewalks $3.000 per Acre-terms.. hwy 225. -419 S. Walnut. New, large, warehouse-B2.500.

ASSOCIATES home. .. _. C32.SOB ROILING HILLS- (leyless Hwy) I acre. a up-S3.SOU t Great property across from Holiday Inn_Own."".
sell with
21'scres 301 .south to ov.r1tOO'
Weekends and Evenings Call up 10% dawn-S yrs at 10% Int. Hwy o404 N. Cherry 2 large.' nicely 'U'". opts. Own. tin.Store .
1Z Richard Roberts -964-5595 Judith Flymm .*..-1314 sale- eFOREIT HGTS. Restricted % aero, lots $$2,500 up. frontage an hwy. 11P B Apt. en JOI goad potential-owner fin.W .
Slice ..,*..657. acre. tracts. wooded, city .NORTH OF : % acres S5.00O-S .
._ Ann 944-SSS9 Patsy LAWTBy-1 5 to SO acre available' en Morgan Road. /COO sq. ft. CB "Id,. on Rd. UE Owner lln.Momecamme
t; John Longford f 49-3SI4 Merman: Nodding. 94-720 water S sewer evellakle acres,-$9.000-24%" Dawn-. ,... at 10% Interest. W >.) cottage Madison St. Owner fin. I

f-! Loosen Canon 964-8704 Lucille Sperit...6401420K. owner prefers to finance et *RD. 375A-4 acres $I3.00: T_. I to 10 acres |just off Bre'wnlee' Rd. WOOD mo. Income four. lurn. r.nt.-C..a, .. Say SS.000s .
., Waters 94.*94I John .. Smith 94-4217 (2.SOO per act.. Investment FORSVTH 110.-21 'acres-born-well-septic, -.'... O Large opt. complex en :SOI.good cash flow.own.fin.

? Some '.nclllIJ3.000.: .. 4 acres on Nwy 225.I ACREAGE
HOMESITE5 UI Ml-M SoKiudeelr. 10,ecres pines' -$33.000 ,a
Large 2 story. Irama. Ig. yard. S fireplaces-S.:Woler St. :30 Acres $24.000 ..rm.. .14 acres sn Hwy 227. with opp...... NOW frontage 17 prime acres en Rd. IB overlooking lake Hampton

.2 '11. I 5. IB. FR. Kitchen-Olnlng-Crystel' lake Aree.S with well and septic tenk.fronts *US 301 at MORGAN RO. 3* acres 1340 It. on oi. hwy, well a,septic. with 10041proselfrontago.. ... .S3300enecre.

BR, IB. frame, I Ig. aut.bull"'", appro 4Vt A.-Stern on a county gradedrood. :301-goei sack. to -I".500-.mo 20% down-1$ *S* acres-6/i mile t on .llro.-44' an Rd.
Rd. All or. p.rt.t 1334. yrs at .'A" Int. Wo have several choice' building lots In city prime 20% down-cowner will finance.
100 51071 acre-
.4 BR. I'/.'. IR. PRo Pit eppre M A. SR 14 East. per act. In 10 acre parcels.Comfortable e 356 ACKES-HAAAPTOM ARIA $1.500 par otr*. an *

.3 '11. I'A '. LR-OR, Dan.-Searlos St. CALL US AT 964.B7IB ANYTIMEPAVORNIGHT1J WATERFRONTWe e 2' acres Hampton Owner finance SS,SOO.
., (' a still hove a few lots I left Brokerownew.cOMM11tcIA .SOO fin.
i 'I .20 prime .cr.I01: N.rellroed.S4 on .ere..awn.
MOBILSHOMIS' Convenient.. II acres 301 81 Morgan Rd. Owner finance S39.000.
.2 '(R. oppro 1 1.9 acres-elf 14 West. 3 bedroom 1 bath, large MANY. MANY OTHERS ( .'.16 acres Grllfls loop-timber-own. fl... 110.500.
DON II SORRY YOU DIDN'T CALL I C.II".. we hove Several with or without buildings:
.DW-3 BR. 2B. .1'10.... SV4 A (R 14 West fatally' room with brick .S.3 acres neer Presfcy' *. Church hospltel-moke, oHerIOTS .

.DW. 2. BR. 2 .. Furnished' ...p..*. 7 A. Crosby. lekeShores. fireplace, private patio Monday Friday tf $ p..... Saturday 9-I] Financing'' .ve'llable through fHA. VA. FMH. ." '. INVESTMENT
area. . . (34.500. Evenings and Sundays appointment' v,. ,den forget the Bond Mon.,. .lot.4 Butler Ceurt-owner needs money now I 11 S3990.I .

'i '.1"t. acre, _". ,,"k. .1.... pump house vtll.bldg.55.500.
OUT OF TOWN Brick a Beautiful Relph P. Irvat Reader, / .* .7 Treller 1 lots SrownUe ..... 20% ..... per acre ...-.
.2 '11. 2B homo-IR-OR, .1010.... (A, i......,. 9 .bedrooms 2 boths. great EveningsWiyneE. Property Management Service' Available ISO'.Mtf' commercial.. :101_ Owner lie. (33.000.Roeotitul .

.4 SR, 1.. large home 2 story spores, 2A. Klngsley, .Lake room with 'fireplace .Douglas '. Lillian C. FeoesonBroker Hampton like lot 1'1'ISOOO..

Area. carpet a vinyl central .heat ,Salesmen .. Broker,salesmen Country Club letIGO' k :SST-rnke, l eMon-110,000.
'.- and elr. this homo will .keready .6404StJ. r'" \ '., Hampton Oak lot IIS, trees.owner financed-S .SOO.
: a Office
Manager ."au'H. FeulknerRIAlTOR'Iron.
ACREAGE In a low weeks. %.53" .Busy Calla Water, St. lot 23S' x BV Owner fin. SI9.EOO.
BeeutlM weeded! let In Graham Area Come "SUV and pick your Nevis S.Ward 1. Faulkner.RIALTO I-ASSO46ATR Bessent Rd.-Best .llhloo.d-Own. "" .-MODO.

."'/ acres an Fersyth Rd. colon. :. . .U.300.. "*Broken SefesmenJ -*', .Evenings 94-1142 .1 Country Club .fats I Acre each-Owner 'I...- 54050.

.4 acres. off (R 23J. 1 Moo'" ', ., 964-74. Sylvia Reddish ., : Feulttner-REAlTOR' Call *... commercial .lo. IOO1 x 19* Owner fin, (9.900.
i Club area. I .MI..llto.. Lee Hong Vernon Reddish ) (Ivsori M.
I 10 Acres Country I with I Associate Vicki Powell Associates' ,1v..IG65, .lento Fa taka-ovmer llnlot IV on wefee SM.SOO.
Approximately aero
Realtor Assoclerves--Afterr Hours i
I If 964-113
Associate' 9646530tfc. :

.3 BR, Jil. large yerd-' Bessent RENTAL....,,.. t : frontage streets.. .on. .1 S25.0OO.paved '.64.61143 < J* ,<>Vt ,WE, DO.. .APPRAISALS.. Vickie Byron Terwlllegar Neman .14-777. .,. Martha Sally Oerke KIIII.K.4M.JJ53T' 7S2-S397



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Goodge Keep 14-Game lilt String Alive
I Versus

, 1" Starke Summer Team Sweeps Lake ButlerWith Fla. Bank TonightThe I

\ Bill Goodge keeping alive his ,

hitting streak with a triple in his last Domino's versus Florida Bank -.....Jw.e saS..dlw
at bat of the night Starke's Summer 4 I a a 1. 1ondn.
7 high school baseball team swept LakeButler's 1 matchup was postponed by rain until .', 471 aI UmrftMi
1 I tonight (7: p.m.Thursday,June 26, resale Hi nibii i.a aa.aimiy' ."h21,1. ,iMtrry .>.
1&-18 olds 184 and 14-4
year Ortuvn GrHt,. I-I.
at Pratt SO) but both teams won again ,
i Tuesday night at home last week. -'.,Diane InHI, "4M ,.,oj........ *4.Realty
The pair of wins left Starke'9-4-1 for WblMhMd.. 1-4 21. Omiti IcbMnlna' U.Kwn Dunn,
the Summer after winning five of six The Dominos popped the Rowdies W
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games last week. They also topped 18-8 as Diane Smith went 3-for-4 witha BrftdfwrfPvrrl...../... 0 aaaaiS'fcl
Deland's "B" American Legion team triple while Florida Bank just bare- D...'...'Mary."...H M a two TS...Cheryl'H...
8-7 Saturday and pounded Keystone's ly escaped the same teamwinning .4 IB.Urvttt..._t..21. ....Allen I.4 3m.C..*
"B" American Legion team 12-5 and 2-1 despite managing just four base wile, S._I0."me .. .
Mary foftwi sake* lethal 21, Vitfcy
28-3 last Wednesday while falling to a hits. And- .
team from the Gator Baseball Camp Wad-.dss.it1aRICO.
S-4 Thursday. Community Bank also won Its only .111"1.1
Goodge hit safely in all those gamesto 4 game of the weektopping the Saints Pl.dd.0.nk .1.111.1'
keep alive his streak of at least one 11-8 as Mary Strong blasted a triple O.w'1(0.( hM.)JiHuilw send 11,_..,.OMBtMki

base hit in all 14 games played. InTuesday's and two doubles and Cheryl Horn 1.I.PI..r14. ((4 hill)ll.d.CvktodV". 31I .
nightcap he tripled in two went 2-for-3 with a two-baRger. HN-PI.- I 1'1-1

runs in his third and last time up and The Saints had already routed a,M rtfPi>nt...,... It a 4 1lilliMiVMiyAiidwiwlM .IMampea '
had a double in the opener.It Hampton 28-1 with Vicky Anderson I A. MN11,..H.
was Kenny Clark who was the hit- r going S-for-3. Vicky O'Connel 4for5fand ...,II4-I. .Matotadwiainwiai.Mary MMitl-411.Uridrl,ftaitoy14U VlcbyOO
ting star Tuesday though going Mary Felton 3-for-4 with a double. .
4-for-S In the twinblll with a 365-foot "' .
homer to left-center a triple two ., /
doubles and six RBI'. David Sparkswas I
5-for-6 with a triple In the two DY Minor & Boys Tourneys Open July 11

games.Sparks was the mound winner in the \"'"\ .'" The draws have been set for the Middleburg The event could run

second game surrendering just two fI.-. .,_... ... .. ( .,,: 1'1' ,. District Dixie Youth Minor and Dixie through Thursday, June 17. with\ play-
It. ,: .. :. Boys all star baseball tournamentswith each night but
singles while striking out six (and surviving !''Itn" !\ ... Sunday.
nine walks) to run his record to \1 1"i' I.: '_ /';' both Starke teams opening Fri- The Starke Dixie Boys ((13-13 year
3-O. Richie Fender pitched the last """ .. ,....;-: ": day night, July 11, in the 'double- olds) all stars start off with Clay-
: ... .:... ".. elimination events.In .
half of the first game and got the win, T BSr '" 'Ii. ,- 'h',,; ,. oM_ .. American at 6:00: p.m. Friday. July
his second. -1'' $ \' "" r-- v '-,. '. iriS.iiLaying the Minor League ((8-10 year 11. in Middleburg. Also in that
Starke jumped out to leads of 5-0 ..r J tf7s JI ...._..o .:: ri fe. ","V ....; ;: olds) event at Keystone Heights the tourney are Clay-National..

and 8-1 and withstood a six-run last inning young Starke stars open against host Gainesville-Eastside Gainesville-
burst by the visitors to beat One Down runner along with a bunt In earlier Starke summer baseball Keystone at 8:30: p.m.. July 11. A win Westside Keystone Heights and

Deland "B" 8-7 Saturday at BHS Second baseman Randy Parado attempts to sacrifice a action. there would vault them (after a bye) Lake City-Union County.
Sparks breezed through the first six Next batter Ricky Sullivan b In the on-deck circle. Into the last winner's bracket contest The Dixie Youth Major League all

innings to get his second win. Clark -- scheduled for Monday. June 14 Other star tourney in which Starke will also
came on in relief with no out and the teams In the six-team field are Lake field a balfclub, will be played July
bases full in the seventh and finally Dixie Youth Smallfry Minor Smallfry Major City Bel-Med ( Orange Park) 21-26 in Gainesville but the draw

got the side out after six runs were in. Minor LeagueRobert League SoftballThe League SoftballThe American Bel-Med National and hasn't yet been made.
Second baseman Clayton Norman
handled a grounder and flipped to Starling doubled, singled and Gators Pirates and Suns all Peanuts were the only team to
shortstop Fender to end Delan 's ral- fired a three-hitter against the Twins got wins in Smallfry Minor League win twice but the Beekers. Hermits
ly with the tieing run at third and last week to lead the Lawtey Suns to Softball last week. and Muppets also earned wins in ,
Starke clinging to its 8-7 advantage. the second half championship of the The Gators topped the Reds 8-4 as Smallfry Minor League Softball
Clark was 3-7or-4 with a triple in the Minor League. Donnie Francis John Allen Dempsey reported last week. 7
win with both Scott Hudson and The Suns had already taken the and Gerald Brown all hit home runs; The Fozzies and Snoopys played to

Sparks going for-4 with a pair of rib- first half title so the 15-4 win last week the Pirates topped the Yankees 16-12 a 17-17 draw.

bies each. clinched the overall league title. despite four runs scored by Yankee M.Mtay.h..II
The Twins ended second In the final Randy Milton; and the Suns came out Kernlh, I 4 .1. I*
The Starke summer club came half and will battle the first half run- on top of the Astros 23-14 as Jeff P...... a S I O a 14 T
..._.... t..t_ _.d a -II Jade '''''' ,I.-
back from down 3-1 against the Gator nerup Phillies for the second place Carver and Link Bishop scored four .......And Chile Man M.i.i t iwi..,1.n..Oan.N .
baseball campers with a three-run trophy in a two out of three playoffthat times each to pace the winners. .Jahn-..,..end a/.Ohanh,nMM.n-
eighth-inning rally but saw the hosts starts Thursday June 26 (morein Thw,...,.June It -red I HritM. ...... MrM$..*..... ",..., .... mot
rally for two in the bottom of the Sports Briefs on the playofffs). amn. *II( .. 0Rd. 4 Bill' HirriHff. _-d twlc. *.

eighth for a 5-4 win Thursday. Omni Dwiiito ........ Mm "".* Ommm_. and __ fatt knMM I" a a a t
W_...J..*IIliwMytum ........ ..... .
The loss wasted a Scott Allen pit- O> r 'ld a' MMI all bit and M fwtc ..,- 7 4 1 1 2. 0Ikennll.
ching performance that Hartley call- 0 I a a II ..411 Adam M..l.y tripled, end ...ra4 t rune. DvrylOnflnn .. Jade o-send Last tape. ___.......
Twin ail 4 bm..d. ... )
r Andy w. tripled
ed "the best he's pitched since 9th I..., I. IMrllnt' II a II fd plHb' 'd I.h''_. T. .
.......,,.. ....- > t > 4 11 ream.Pension
grade." Allen allowed just three hits ImllbU. 26 0 "II A W-4211.M. rkII P14 4 .4 14 1"-1

and two earned runs while strikingout t.' tarry TlitMHy IITwlmi L_'.ai a 1..0....Paladin. IITunfey ,...._. Read.. MIHra' ..._4 ..... And Real tun.KMrifUld remains, 1 ram<..,......M.wNwe. r
five in Innings. Fender took t .rW 1PlraiMi
seven I Chris, tlmm.n. Mike' llppllnf" r. slid Jill''' Th.....".h.I.1M .
the loss in relief. .Juiwirrtiiiirx W"".....n!!K...4 1 rvnit ".h''.y Ald' v,J.ml.Crlfabfl' Pr. I t i a- aI -
Clark led Starke hitters with a 4 4 i i iiMlmi 71 end Il.vm it4, ..h''._r.d tvrlcalu"l ....- 1 4 14KvrMt ,,\' .;. :-.,. "
3forthree RBI game while .... ., .. I'.. J I 7P111111 > f t U trieno.L. KlHMrfll, I....,. end ...... ....-.fTmnjm .
.h. tarn II I to* I. H. Dolltvwiat 21 a (
.. M._ rlltbv" Mr a HrM Key ""... '"
Goodge singled in a run and Allen had .i.Oll.'lntwn..Q. IrvwHMail.,. Me** .11. | | 1 t 14 .
... .
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other base hit M. J. ImAtmit.m. .._..... lrl. N..f.l W ... .rv.r tMi4 link Wiliestad, 4 nmf Mhl Randy w. Bad Amy o. lln. MltWtditpiday ,
the ....041. ,..... \
.Idle, nilOIBrliarw' ,ll*c..*..I.Omumtmt, ..end and MIchMl n IwrW 9 HmMI it4
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Irim tw....*..h.C.O..|l.and ll.nk..n..hlpiai.n H. and Sam k.w.e '
and batting ....... ,Jim*II '
Hits came a-plenty el'
... ... ,. ....,.. a. e a ii V k .
soared as the local diamondmen l and .04'' W I '
averages There art 100 billion starsin **pyi 4 a 0 a aNtairl 17.
pounded Keystone's "B" team l wty.... fun V IT but from the Ma-, ..... ,........04 sh.w-."....... I"_, '
our galaxy
last Wednesday. Clark had three hits, taim a.... _. eo4 I.. ,.er.d...,... i .
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scored "'"" loa earth only about 6000 can -....-..-..._....... I...and-ad
three RBI's and three runs to a4lr.dl b* teen by the naked eve; a Nn... .Thane._N4rlninfl MlliCtiutli Smith
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lead 11 hit attack In the 12-5 I .. =& .... ...
an opening .; Md .H tl surd a N HIM*. d Kim, Basis ora4 Moo I. 00
win, and Goodge had four hits 'j lwkwP It'lilt'{ .
scored four times and knocked in a
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eight runs with two doubles .
a 4 a a a steeeerike.
and a granslam to lead an IB-hit 1--.., Tsar Mwtnliifl..Brad t rum ..
assault in the 28-3 nightcap. Dr. Lotinette Richardson. B.S.. D.C. eo.o.ol end Bt-a"...u..h_........ .......

Craig Sapp was 2-for-2 scoring .
three times in the opener Allen and Dr. Wayne C. I etlu". 1). C. .
Randy Parado both slapped a pair of Youth Softball
hits and Goodge tripled in three runs
to help himself to his third pitching Keystone Chiropractic Clinic May be Offered

win. The senior-to-be fanned 10 and Starke Recreation Director Cheryl

allowed just six hits in going the At SR-21 Forth Godwin announced that if enough In-

distance. terest is shown a youth Softball league
Clark got the win in the five-inning Keystone shopsSuite 5 may be formed for the boys and girls w
second game striking out eight and who played Dixie Youth Minor and
surrendering Just five safeties Ricky Major league baseball in Starke.
Sullivan was 3-for-4, bringing home Phone 473-3604 If interested In having your child

four runs while Mark Williams, play Softball call the Rec Department -
Fender, Sapp and Allen all had two HOUBH 9 lI.m.1""fi.m. and :'J ;>.m. f> ;1'..1n..Won. I at 964-6792.

hits. Sapp scored six times and
Williams plated three runs. .. TiifH.. \\'etl. i" l-'ri. d

The Northwest Boys Club comes to 9a.fit.1 p.m. Thumilaift I T-Ball Baseball

BHS for 5-30 doubleheader
a :
p.m. eVe Do New Patients In T-Ball action last week the sew I
tonight Thursday June 26. Accept -
Rascals used a big day by Kelly Lee
'o beat the Peeps 24-14 and the
l Crackers bested the Zunkers 2419.

Kelly had a homer a triple, and
scored three times in the Rascals win.

We Will Be Closed ; .. ,. .II I t .. 14
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1 Minorities. Kelly 1M HI M and I nn.. Kim, Rattlers' |
wen I II. tarry OrMri ..d c...._W''..,..a _.
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Pm .'._, ..<.pp rw.'.'.nd IWrrrMA ....__.eyes,
I ..... a tl Kelly., Ann Oymtn alt r.-.. Jew
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and Saturday July 5th Dixie Youth

Major LeagueIn

the 1 only major league game
To better serve our customers we will be open reported from last week the Giants -Us 44Y
blasted the Meta 11-4 as Gary Wise

Daren Chandler, and Greg Wilkinsonall
Thursday{ July 3 until 8:00: pm. slapped three hits for the winners.

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I Blueberries" u.Recipe. ", y ly ij I I i iI

for Fruitful Farmingby j

Bob Berger Fistful of FruitThe

BCT Staff W..r&erThe felt right at home camped In the blteye strains resisted both fungus largest ripe blueberries at the .
Shretzmann's 'back forty." and insect infestations common to Schretimann's were the size of a pen
Schretzmann's have a tested other fruit crops. Naturally evolved ny gumball, and sugary iweet. II you
recipe for agricultural success. They "We knew rice would probably immunites present In wild berries apparently ,i want to pick tail bring a gallon can
took some sour swampy land added grow on the land again If we wanted to remained in the 1 .;t 'tf r rwd tied around your neck with a string so
blueberry bushes and produced a profitable try It many of the old drainage domesticated hybrids. Honey bees f you'll have both hands free to pick.
crop in only three years. trenches were still useable," explained however, loved the mutant fruit's
Actually the Providence family' Joewho holds a poet graduate pollen and readily swarmed to hives
fruitful farming saga involved more degree In finance from a New York the new seedlings.An unforeseen -
than a snappy catch phrase would state university but no degrees In benefit derived from the
suggest. All -SchreU-men and either agriculture or landscape ar- Rabbiteye's selection was discovered
women pitched in to turn five acidic' chitecture. when the Schretzmanns first fertilized.
acres of frequently flooded I lowland .
"But there's no money in rice and
Into that will
a you-plck-'em patch
probably yield six tons of penney after a lot of study we figured out "We found that the berries were
that berries would whatever ef
gumball-slzed berries before die 1960 repay extra-sensitive to high-powered commercial -
fort we put into the land much faster, .
nutrients. If'
growing season ends. Although we burn .
at a higher rate, he said.
ed few bushes "
Joe and Bea Schretzmann can't a In the beginning we
remember exactly when they got the With county Soil and soon learned that a very small "
Idea to plant the bushes, but believe Water Cosleevatlon District agents a amount of plant food went a long way. 2n6J ."
the notion dawned on them shortly run-off plan was drawn up and
after they decided to move from drainage ditch digging began. All 11 4 f
Miami to Union County In 1OT3. ShreUmann children lent a hand at more Blueberry Y FWw"'
"When we first bought this farm, one time or another. University of xlld :
the berry field was covered with some Florida Institute of Food and 'on 5B
raunchy cane the cattle wouldn't even Agricultural Science experts regularly pg.
eat" explained Bea. forwarded advice and findings
Long before that the land had from their own experiments. Other
been used as a rice paddy because It growers with bushes in the ground
was so easily flooded she continued. already particularly Al Snapp of Come shop and save on
Subsequent soil testa revealed the Alachua's Hainesworth Farms offered Fr
damage years of neglect could do. advice as well.
The acid content had reached a ]level Eventually the Schretzmanns settled
where nothing short of blueberries, on a berry derived from blekillislIft wilts and, Stitch'Witchery@ I
vive.which thrive In sour dirt could sur wild the panhandle fruit buses called commonly Florida found Rab-in ru

Regardless even blueberries] can't biteye. Seedlings were
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Police records show a 1975! Mazda east of Hampton Sunday June 22. at Parking Lot Mishap Inmate with Welding RodA
Discharge sedan owned by Robin Hudson, 51, of 3:50 p.m. during a heavy rainstorm. .At McDonalds By
Mobile, Alabama was legally parked Florida Highway Patrol records
Causes Arrest'A Mo one was Injured In a parking lot
and a 1972 Ford sedan driven by Terri show a 198O! Oldsmobile Coach accident at McDonald's Restaurant 23-year-old correctional officer at Correctional officers inside FSP
27-year old Starke man was arrested Lynn Gornto,20,of Starke backed out operated by Myrtle B. Young 42, of US 301 south in Starke, with *7J, Florida State Prison, was stabbed are not allowed to carry weapons to
by police for discharging a oIa parking space and struck the rear Hampton was eastbound on Meng damage done to the vehicle involved nine times by a welding rod Thursday prevent Inmates taking the guns : :
firearm at the corner of CR-16 and of the parked vehicle.No Dairy Road and a 1979 Oldsmobile Monday, June 23, at 8:03 night, June 19, less than three hours away from them. The unarmed
Pine Street in Starke Thursday June citation was issued by police. coach driven by Uzabeth W. Young, Police records show a a.m.1978 Dodgevan after a major cell-by-cell shakedown guard's calls for help were heard by :
19, at t:40a.m. 21, of Hampton was following the operated by Stuart Miles of the entire prison according to fellow correctional officers In the
Lt. Denton Devoe and PatrolmanA.B. other vehicle when Myrtle Young Struthers, 3', of Starke was backingout prison officials. area who came to his aid. ,.
Sharp arrested Earl Ray Proctor Improper Lane Change started braking and Uzabetl Young of a pal king space and struck a Augustus Ruff, III spent Thursday :
at his residence after conducting Causes MishapNo started to pull aside. Myrtle then legally parked 1976 Chrysler sedan night, June 19, at Shands Teaching
an investigation into the Circumstance made a left turn as LJzabeth went to owned by Shirley L.Mullins of Starke.No Hospital In Gainesville and was Raiford Continues
of the incident. one was injured in a two vehicle the westbound side of the roadway citation Issued released Friday afternoon. Ruff sus-
accident with $ ,200 damage done to and the coaches collided.No wan by police. tained multiple stab wounds, according
Man Charged the vehicles involved In the wreck citation was issued by the to hospital official July 4 Tradition, ;
which occurred Saturday, June 21,at highway patrol. An extensive Investigation is being .
With AssaultA 11 p.m. on SR-21. 23 miles south of conducted by prison officials and they ;
Sets Celebration
SO-year old Starke man was arrested Keystone Heights. have not decided if criminal charges .
by police in connection with an Florida Highway Patrol records UCI Inmate BeatenOn UCI Officer will be filed against inmate David C. .
Incident that occurred at Grand and show a 1970 Plymouth sedan operatedby Athletic FieldA Is DismissedUnion Skritch.A Final plans for the annual Fourth of ; :
Weldon Streets Wednesday, June 18, Bruce W. Carrier, 26, of Melrosewas spokesman for DOC said about July celebration in Raiford were
.at JlrSOpm. going north on SR-21 and startedto Cuban Inmate at Union Correctional Correctional Institution 7:30 p.m. Officer Russ was escorting made at a special meeting Tuesday, ..:
Patrolman A.B. Sharp arrested turn left into a shopping center Institution was beaten over the Superintendent Raymond Massey Inmates locked for disciplinaryreasons June 24. ,
Robert Holder in connection with an parking lot at C-2IB. A 1966 Dodge head and shoulder with a baseball bat dismissed a 27-year-old correctional to the shower on N-wing Independence Day festivities at the ;
assault on Randy Harris. sedan driven by Moses Davids Jr., on the prison athletic field and two officer Monday, June 23, after the officer When Ruff got to Skntch's cell, officials Community Center will begin at S
32,of Melrose attempted to pass Carrier black inmates have been placed in was arrested On drug chargesand said the Inmate attacked the p.m. A free chicken pileau dinner -. .
on the left side and the two cars confinement. The Cuban inmate has is being held in lieu of$7,500 bondIn officer and stabbed him repeatedly. with corn on the cob baked beans and ;
Driver Asleep, collided in the southbound traffic been hospitalized In a Gainesville the Union County Jail in Lake None of Ruffs vital organs were Coca Cola will be served starling at 7 .'. .
Car Hits MailboxNo lane. hospital where he underwent surgery Butler. punctured, although the unarmed p.m. .
Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Car- Sunday June 22, after the 8:30: a.m. Raymond Emerson Harper was ar- guard was hit four times in the A gigantic fireworks display will :
one was Injured in a one vehicle rier for improper change of lane or incident. rested by Union County Sheriffs stomach, as well as on the left arm, !begin at 9 p.m.. Bands and gospel .
accident 2.6 miles north of Starke on course. Department of Corrections Public Department deputies on charges of back, and chest. music organizations will provide the :
US-301 with S2S damage done to the Information Officer Vernon Bradford introduction, possession and sale of Skritch, 34, Is serving a life entertainment. Raiford attorney ,
vehicle Involved Thursday, June 19, Identified the inmate as Julio contraband at UCI. sentence from Baker County given Wayne Carroll will be the master of
at4-3Opm. 2 Hurt SaturdayIn Regaledo, 33, a native of Havana. UCSD records show the arrest was him in 1977, for sexual battery. ceremonies.
Florida Highway Patrol records SR-100 CrashTwo Cuba,who was struck: on the head and made after Harper was found with 16 Skritch has a long history in the Invitations have been sent to !local,
show a 1974 Plymouth Satellite shoulder by two black inmates. ounces of marijuana during a routine prison system of discipline problems area, state and federal officials to attend
operated by Roy Yarberry. 33, of persons were injured in a one Bradford pointed out the two In- shakedown of the institution. of FSP and has received 28 the July 4 fun. .
Jacksonville was northbound on vehicle traffic accident in Lake mates have been placed in confinement Harper had been employed with the disciplinary reports during his time in The council made plans to caler up
US-301 when Yarberry fell asleep,left Butler with $1,000 damage to the car cells pending further Investigation Department of Corrections since 1976. prison. to 1.500 people this year.
the highway, collided with a mailbox involved in the mishap that took placeon of the incident by prison InvestI- ,
and came to rest in a ditch. SR-100 Saturday, June 21, at 4:40 gators. --

No citation was issued by the a.m.Florida Regaledo was taken to Shands Hampton Fire
highway patrol.Driveway. Highway Patrol records Teaching Hospital in Gainesville and
show a 1973 Ford sedan operated by underwent surgery and is currently in Under InvestigationA
Michael Alton Dobbs, 19, of Raifordwas
the intensive care unit at the hospital.
Joint investigation by the Brad-
Exit going west on SR-100 when Dobbs Good clothes just in
ford Sheriffs hanging
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fell asleep at the wheel and the vehi-
Causes MishapNo cle jumped the curb on the northsideof Cason HospitalizedWith State Fire Marshal Edgar Aid of closet?
Jacksonville, is being conducted into
one was Injured in a two vehicle the highway, struck a power pole Stab Wounds the circumstances of
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feet mishap east on of West Westmoreland Madison Street Street 192 in and Dobbs broke and It in a passenger two. In his vehi- Former Union County Superintendent of day Sam, June and 22, fire at the rented p.m.house Bring them in to. .

Starke with S323 damage done to the cle, Thomas Randall Lamb, of of Schools James H. Cason III Shirley Eichelsderfer.
vehicles involved Thursday, June 19, RaIford were both treated in the was hospitalized Sunday June 22. in of CR-18 on CR-325 about a block south. M Encore
at 9:23 a.m.Police emergency room at Union General Gainesville with a stab wound seven BCSD Hampton. Clothing
records show a 1977 Hospital in Lake Butler A spokesmanat inches long and is listed in fair condi- records show the fire broke
out while
American station wagon operated by the hospital said Dobbs was treatedin tion at Alachua General Hospital, ac- the Eichelsderfers were
Edith Clausen Pew 60, of Starke the emergency room and released cording to a spokesman. visiting relatives across the street at a Consignment Shop
backed from her driveway into an after treatment. The spokesman said Cason, a current member of the house and the blaze was {
unoccupied 1969 Ford truck owned by Lamb was treated in the emergency Worthington Springs council, was at- by them. The house was We will sell them for
Joseph E. Wilson of Starke. room and sent to Shands Teaching tacked by an unknown assailant In the extensively gutted on the inside, according you. (

Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited Hospital Gainesville for additional parking lot of an unknown bar,accor- The house to the BCSD. The Clothes Must Be =
Pew for improper backing. treatment. ding to injury report records of the Brown. was owned by Mary
Trooper W.M. Abrams cited Dobbs Alachua County Sheriffs Depart- Clean & In Good Condition
for no drivers license and no tag. ment. Hampton Volunteer Fire Department -
Driveway Exit Other details of the incident are was assisted by the Bradford In-Season & In-Style
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unavailable at time.
Draws 3 Charges press Waldo Fire Department.Aid .
Phone Frances for
came to Starke and along with appointment h
$500 damage was done to a car in a Car Hits Puddle
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1 1:14 p.m. Thursday, June 19, on $500 damage was recorded in a one Pickup Flips report has been issued by Aid at the Located on S Walnut Across from Food :
SR100, a quarter of a mile west of vehicle accident during a heavy Three persons were injured in a one time this paper went to press. Fair:1
Pratt Street in Starke,and resulted in rainstorm with no one Injured In the vehicle accident with $1,000 damage
the operator of the vehicle being arrested mishap, that occured .4 of a mile done to the vehicle involved Monday,
Clncrimiaalcbal'geL- south of.Starke on... ",US-301.Sunday.:..June: 23..at.ll pm.-,2: mileanoUk-oh "
A 1974 Chevrolet sedan operated by, ,,June22.7: .'. -._j "<.".?:_TT* '":... *.. Brooked on CR-231. Ii .. Did You Finisher DrOp.9ut7Of
Gregor Steven backed into a driveway,and exited at show a 1968 Pontiac sedan operatedby show a 1970 Chevrolet pickup truck School '
a high rate of speed, according to the Marvin Mosley 22, of Gainesvillewas operated by Merril H. Williams, 31, of High ?
police report,with the car then sliding southbound on US-301 when the Bradenton, was going south onCR ,to.
around sideways and into a pine tree, car crossed a water puddle. Mosley '231. drove from the highway onto
which caused Gibson to skid to a stop lost control and the car travelled 75 the west shoulder trying to make a It doesn't matter
pointing in an easterly direction. feet and spun around and travelled high speed turn around. The vehicle ,;:;
Patrolman B W Wilkinson charged another 50 feet before running into the then turned over ejecting Williamsand '//u
Gibson with leaving the scene of the ditch bank. then set led back on its wheels, .' THE :
accident, wilful) and wanton reckless No citation was issued by the pinning Williams underneath.
driving and disorderly intoxication. highway patrol. Williams and two passengers Lisa ; :
Gibson was booked at the Bradford Russell and Linda Jones of 'BRADFORD-UNION : :
County Jail in Starke and was released Gainesville, were taken to Shands1' .,
after he posted bond Saturday, Teaching Hospital In Gainesville for "AREA VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER ':"
June 21.Man, 2 Vehicle Mishap treatment of Injuries. *:*
Occurs During Rain Trooper W.M. Abrams cited IS FOR YOU
Williams for speed too fast fur condi-
Charged $3.500 damage was done to two tions and driving while license The Center.U a post-secondary InstItutIon available to anyone over 16 years of
coaches with no in luries in the mishap revoked.
With Assault suspended or regardless of their level of formal education where
age or they live. The pur:1 i
A Mear old stance man was ar- pose of the Center Is to the student with
-n-n-n-n-nm-i prepare employment entry level skills.
rested by police on a charge of nT .
assaulting two men and a woman at QLL E lD0Um ? 0 IJJCD( The Center'has a specialized lab for Individualized Initructlon: in the basic skillsof
310 West Call Street Friday June 20, 1 '
at 2a m.Pohce. reading. writing, and arithmetic for those enrolled in a vocational program .

records show Lt. DentonDe'oe 138 E. Call St. Starke Fla.Starke's 964-5890 and need the services of the lab. The following programs are available at the
arrested James Walter Crof- : -
ford on a charge of three counts of aggravated Own Bakery I Center: "

assault of Jimmy R. Epps. r .

Jr.Crofford.Bobby Bennett was arraigned,and Paula Doolin.before This Week-4 Automotive' Mechanics : :

Bradford County Judge Elzie S. Tomato Onion Buns. Diesel'Mechanics :
Sanders who released Crofford on a
total of $1.575 recognizance bond. & Dinner Rolls
Heavy Equipment Mechanics .2
Summer Time Is ,Pic .

Car Parked Strikes Vehicle o- P a /c"Ju1 Heavy Equipment Operation (age limit 18)) ..

$-I.iII: damage was done to two trucksin Welding (acetylene, arc, mig, fig, heliarc) ':;:

a mi,hilp"Ilh no one injured in the
iciulrnt that occurred at 9:13 a m. ii.lr Masonry (brick and block) :;1
"'rldlJune 20. on West Washington TI"MULTIMILE !; :
sired' 50 feel east of Lake Street in Carpentry .'. ;::

M.irkeI'nico. .1'dt; .. ......\\Aft911 ..- \., :oJ't .
records dhow a 1967 Ford ;; ;"h'" Aircdnditibning and Heating Mechanics n '" 1
= ,
truck owned by Clifton Eugene .;
Kolsom 51, of Starke was parked at TIRES Radio and Television Service $: '
the curb when a Ib8! Dodge truck r white Spoke ifrj: : i ? :
dmi'n b>' livid Rodman Thomas. 64. I e First Quality I Electronics zr.v
of Marke. was westbound on e Road Hazard Guarantee WHEELS I Technology if
Washington and struck the parked :;
vehicle on the left side.o s249s13x7 ,Nursery Operations .'f.t"" .;1 M]
\ illations. were issued by police .....
orb x Arts ''-iiI I'! lJt

.. MONROE-MATI Culinary" .. :: ':,i .:f.l /Y? :,1
Auto Backs Into LiUa-l3 t Education '
Parked VehicleNo 25. ;-6 SHOCKS Rotate & Business. : ,.; :'"., ,:" ,,-r\l c:" '.;::
i .
26 1a ..../ Tire Typing. .",, 1.11
wan injured in a two vehicle 11..1. 'I' .s 4 for S591' .'11.!"'.4 .
err 2. JB
mishap with $123 damage done to the Tue.. ShorthandBookkeeping ,. ,... ,: .. ',
cars involved at the holiday Inn parking 71.14 30." Llfelme Warranty fiZe311Btnce4 I Cos '.'. V' ',.',*, "",, ",<,.Jf'l.. .,, <.'t""I"1: ":: ', ), .{
lot. l' S. 671.1 32.112.071IS --
:tot north in M.irke. Sun- 4 .
d.i\ June :a.: at 11 I ::M p m 33." ., Frolt Ead Clean. and Repack:t': Bustnes's' Machines ., ;- ,:-. 't'
H/1 iS II r .
.' -" .. : ]Alignments Front Wheel t Clerical-; ', ..: v : ;
;( .'f't. ... TUNE-UP "
I Secretarlaf :
... ,. ,,, : Bearings ',' "'. !>'
.t.'f. \ : '" : 4 CYL. 6 CVU 8 CYI $9"!'i Data Processing (computer) .sit
I" '26" 2S" *32" i $1695
', \ ,
.J Y t
; : '. ..:Aj .. "'OS!'('....l. T.ue.. IAII' Cosmetology. .;:

; Complete Drafting (mechanical: drawing,. etc.-very useful for anyone planning a ,lit

j .. I ]): :!. Air Special
l.i: Conditioning Brake career In architecture or engineering)

.., "' .". 'f 'P.tttltii ;., Service IS is tl Commercial_ Vehicle Driving ((18( wheelers age limit 21 or over)

; '" .- })' \ Th*'C.nt {operate*on an open entry open exit policy. Day and Evening clone are available.

Yaw may enroll Jar any program at any tI"ewlth th. exception of Cotmelalogy and Commercial -

.kstttnnn 'Y.hlcJ)i.K riving: For further Information contact tha Center at 609 N, Orange Str....

O U.S. 301 N. Starke, i rla.y &,! Starker Florida 12091, or call 904/944-4150.

F 4 6436, 964.6436 itcbfa*:!* ,wJL::

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I Special Forces t Guerrilla Warfare Training at Blanding I Iby

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Don Sapp 'j- '. ,, ." ,,
BCT Special WriterAs .: It..) l :..I, I, battalion, he said have participated that he had been in the Guard he had
':, r '. I" ,: :. ,',1' ,,! in operations as far' away as North been "On state active duty five
the C-130 from the Tennessee Air I ,/. ., "II' 11 Carolina, Colorado and Puerto Rico times." the last being In Miami He
National Guard 184th Tactical Airlift ., ;" ...' :,..,Ir" ,, ,,, on a weekend drill. proudly admitted that he and his wife
Group roars overhead, little specks I. "J '1" '" -,,' Raymond stated that the unit is Major Karen Lucas of the 53rd Infantry -
the size of ants can be seen falling ; ,:. A "" ,'1' !''':! fI.\. drawn from a wide area, with people Brigade are the parents of a four
from the plane. Suddenly they sprout :. '" -" "r" ,,1 coming as far away as Tallahasseeand month old baby girl.
the tell-tale canopies of parachutesand _'" ",: I Orlando to drill and be In the unit. Sp4 Vince Vinci,the company clerk
the men of Company A 3rd ,' '. ... ,'r",,' "f'\". ",, Another factor Is that the Guard and said that family and friends of the
Special Forces Battalion float to the .; '. ,; '..-' n' "I \" Reserve have approximately 55 per- unit members often came out to
ground during their weekend training ? I ,I ', .'..".<''' ,1//.., .''iI"..,' #If". "it '.."I cent of the Special Forces Units in the watch the men Jump. Saturday morn-
at Camp Blanding. I /11' ( ;4h I ,yltj 4'WN "' .n, ,iJ: I Army assigned to them. crowd of about fifty people watched -
The weekend jump was a regularly ',,'" _.t" ,. ". P"'. ,' :" I. As the time for the jump reared as the jumpers floated to the
scheduled: training event for the u1\' ,. I '',1. 'c, ',"n'. .1 LTC Thomas E. Sandlin could be seen ground. .
Green Berets of the Florida Guard. J, f. :.,. ..:,., s I w r }l glMl ",J" ." v ,;.,. ",. p. on the drop-zone monitoring prepara- Approximately 130 men jumped
Individuals 'from the .,1'r tions for the turned in their chutes and oilInto
3rd Battalion ', '..''O!:' '( arrival of his man. The walked
Headquarters as well as from the : : .. I' Battalion commander a veteran of the surrounding woods to com-
S31st Military Intelligence Department '..; .:. 1" ', 'I:':;;: '.'If 'd." the special forces since' 1967 per- plete the weekend training. The
,US Army Reserve Joined In the rI"I r .',,'" 1'r f C. e';. .,'S.a,Cltl1 t tsy sonally made sure that the signal team missions, to be completed by
maneuvers.The I'j' panels were placed In the correct Sunday morning, were examples of
weekend started J". ., .1' .' ,; 11" '!I'Hlt and ,direct
early Friday .. manner the operators knew whatto action missions which Included -
night for the men who were to Jump ':;' .;,.1'' 1411.!':;:, :.1" ..... I.. ." ,' .' I'I \\01" .t.. ...],j-f.: ..',.: ,; do with them In order to guide In the setting up of an ambush and the
that Saturday morning. According to ."d l-\\t .....hM. '1'J" :y nr r' 1 .'-Ytt'I'" 0/1, "r'r 1 the troop laden aircraft. .attack of an enemy camp.
2Lt D.B. Nelson of the training section 'I.'It;. -. ':- :.jC 1 I" .:t'. ,,'i, :" '>I" With the arrival of the first The teams are made up of 11
the planning of the weekend Is a ., ,,' ,I, .., r ,' ""tl 1, II" ''1' paratroopers Master Sergeant John members, with a team commander
very lengthy process. The Special ';':, ." r ''If, II, Lucas a fern grower and steel assistant team commander team
Forces Teams begin the drill with an ". '.. ,11\ .' ,..!> :..... fabricator from De Leon Springs. sergeant, and two communication experts -
initial briefing followed by a period of \!\.' : \ '1., \ ,; I ,( seemed to be everywhere. Trying to "If walk away from it, it
isolation in which they plan in detail ..1. '.; ,,/,.,\ ,, get the rescue boat In the nearby lakein was a good one," said the medic, Sgt.
the actions of the team. Nelson said .\. .'tt. case of a water landing making J.W. Crawford who In real life Is the
that to completely qualify a man for t ". ', sure that the signal smoke was records supervisor at the DOC Butler
the Special Forces required betweenone available and overseeing the entire Transient Unit.
year and one and one-half years, operation. Lucas only one of four "It takes a special person to be in
depending upon his duty assignment. original membe.s of the Florida the Special Forces," said LTC
Special Forces Unit still in the bat- McNairy, Training Administrator at
talion, was the 17th man to sign up In the State Headquarters in St
Low 1963. Lucas said that in the 27 years Augustine summing it all up.



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Hitting the Ground... to Ml the ground and take off Into the brush and woods of I

Rucksacks dangling under them. Special Forces begin Camp Blending for a direct action mission.

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SFC Ray Durban of Team 41 said
that the missions of the Special
Forces were to "Organize and train a
band of guerrillas in a country..to
\ sirtk fight on their own", as well as to be ...".......'.'.'.'.'.'...I.'.'.os29600.li"""
able to accomplish various direct ac-
tion missions such as sabotage cap- Harris Welding
ture prisoners and destroy important
targets such as bridges.He further indicated ., : '
that during the Isolation formerly H&S Welding a f
phase almost all important details of I
the mission were committed to
memory since "this is the only safe Welding of all
way to work" In the event of capture. typesFarm
Following the briefing and planning
stages which take almost all nlllhtl
the men were driven to Cecil We build logE h
outside Jacksonville where they are
loaded onto the Tennessee Air Guard
C-130 for the short trip to Camp Blan- t trailers andO
ding. The Air Force and Air Guard l :

?regularly participate with.the.Special., loaders for t ev.a .
"-Forces411-ilaJ5n'n' ..?2Pd;t:3>CX>1lK tJtj; Y taw!C'trai\eI"8 pulpwood :, r (
'thl'I.1h1p.j .: >
Major Fred Raymond who in :f. trucksMechanic
civilian life works for the Internal
Revenue Service, Is the Battalion S-3 Work
the individual responsible for the I
planning of the operations said that '
the missions are planned on a six 468-2755 q m
month cycle. This length of time Is re- *0'a Cat 964-8786 A

Heading Out... quired to locate and coordinate the t'.
necessary aircraft Portions of the
Sgt. J.W. Crawford a Bradford Hampton Rt. 18
County member with the 3rd Special
Forces BN stationed at Camp Blan- ... ........... I 1 1I
ding heads Into the woods after com- '
pleting his jump.Blueberrya.

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since bugs didn't bother the fruit "' 1 .

we really didn't need to apply .. !' ; .
pesticides very often if at all," Bea ,.j : .

The berries' natural hardiness bye dr
really cuts growing costs and also -1 )MH' ... ',.
drastically reduces the amount of '__ .,,_ ...-.....' : '
outlay needed to keep the crop bug- : -- .
free," she continued. HOME COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL __
"But the best part is probably the fHIRGtAS
fact that we never have to tell
children to wash whatever they pick FIBERGLAS BATTS FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR) ,. r f
before they pop It In their mouths, -- ,::-

more of their 135-acre farm's area to Cot 0 a NEAT' .
berries in the future. Eventually SAVE SAVE
they'd like to form a co-operative) 0P4 HEATING I 964-6956 I [ON COOLING
marketing with other
growers as well. 40. DEAN CASSELS INSULATION. rM::
They'll probably need the space. STARK COOLlt1SURVEY.
One woman recently picked 90 poundsof '. FREE
fruit in the morning and then came
back for more the same afternoon.Joe i THE SAWYER AIR
Schretzmann: never told her she Florida Theatre d'A TN
was standing atop what once had been / EXPERTS UNDERSTAND
the poorest soil on his farm while she '
picked. Starke 964-5451 HIGH ELECTRIC BILLS -f 5-
"When we started out we chose the
--.'Held Over
*--, WE
worst land we had for the project on PROVIDE CARRIER I
purpose, figuring; if the crop succeeded Friday thru Tuesday i..
here it would do even better vir- SOLUTIONS! t
tually anywhere else. It's beginning \ ,An.,American HEAT AND AIR "
to look like we were right." he said. .
One day much of the land fronting Dream COMPLETELY' -INSTALLED I WATER COOLED HEAT PUMPS ., 1I"
on Route 241-A between the Schretz-: SHOWTIMES: tw Becomes a GAS COMBO UNITS .

mann's farm and nearby Pinchgut Friday $*3 S* df oo' CRT PUMPS .
be with Love Story.
Road may sown blueberry
seedlings. 7:00 9:15: t, ONLY B 49 *r %0 t(fijNtioois? DUCT WORK CARRIER UNITS DESIGNED FOR YOU!!
"Many of our neighbors have shown 4sissy SPACEK I I nut .-..rt.S lMr SSl> I
an Interest in starting their own pat- Sat ft Sun. '"' _JL ,JlltHICU r MJ _
ches since we got going" said Bea. TOM f( JONES III EFFICIENCY LOW 1 COST/ llm c2fc.rT i 1
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"But then again they helped out so 4:30: 645: 9.00 REPLACEMENTS : 'rt" SR \I,

much, many of them have a vested Interest Mon.' f ,, .f"r.: ; MiM187a
Even with A Tue. .. .
in our success. our .., ,!
built-in labor force we still couldn't 7.30 t.lqAUCaJl71l:
have done this alone."she said as she ,
grabbed another freshly-filled berrybucket ,
and headed for the makeshiftweighing .. r i ,
table beneath the ancient
shade tree at the end of the field. 301 DriveIn vO Alt Conditioning Efperts' .
salving Northeast
Friday ten. Tuesday Florida From S tOc liens

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descent was Wilbur Sze, .. .
commissioned In 1943. ; SUNDOWM ,

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ObituariesWilliam II lIJ1I1-I U T -II.--- I I I I II T Ill'li ll Jill I it if I.'i1I.l4r9t f i-au I II 1 i5 J I I I'' ',"r'I,_ ,
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John Root. Jr. (now Cadillac Uniform Co.), in Cemetery Brooklyn. N.Y. heWitt C. Funeral .servic'wera\ held fej&mday &ra' Ereu1r& ,, .Lo un

William John "BUI" Root Jr., age Starke. Mrs. Gainey was a member of Jones Funeral was In charge of local at S:00: p.m. at the gravecMe nDelete l MsiSorah Irene (SaflyLPreetil.b: rI'lvelyn Leulao'* m\jH.oI;
the Sardis Baptist Church. arrangements.Mrs. Cemetery 'In Lake Butter"u l p' N.C.di d'' .. died Satuda'
44 died in the Alachua General T] .'-J* Bragg, ," i \ n .tb4t
in Gainesville Tuesday morning Survivors Include: one son,Tommy Rev. James Parrish comMettng.itN> r -unexpectedly: at her fcorato' taffiX' cienny after H,brlef ItlaI -

Hospital short illness. Gainey. Worthington spgs' her Marie F. Reno services. Archer Funeral -Ilwn* o C Bragg,,N.C. Born in EUlllUIi'Yforid4lf."n. '.

Born following In Chicago.a Illinois, Oct. 20, mother Mrs. Cora Seay. Worthington! 'Mrs. Marie F. Reno age 61,who lived Lake Butler was in char(4r" ..4'rr; '\ Green was a bomwrnateeraWttnt I I "Vata in Georgia, Mrs./'nynn'mew'

1935 Mr. Root resided In the McRae Spgs; four brothers Clay, Roecoe and near Hutchinson Lake died In the rangementa; ,'"' -. t member of the First UnHwIM-ethiWlul j Id* to Jacksonville In her early life.
Dock Seay, all of Worthington Spgs; Convalescent in .- 1 'She and
of Heights. He .Community Center Church of Eustls. OWN a homemaker a member:
settlement moved here 5 Keystone from Orange and Fate Seay. Trenton: six sisters Gainesville Saturday morning follow- Bryan Sergen, \ 'I ', Survivors' include-!:: Iftt1"huabanit
Park was a veteran years ago of the U.S. Air Mrs. Eva Green, Ralford, Mrs..Mary ing a long Illness. Bryan B.Ga.diedJun.1. Sergent8erM'Aaanto," ; ,/' Gerald David Green, Ft.; Bragg; N.Ci' (Survivors Include: oM loM. LloydFlyen

Force serving In the Korean War; Elixson. Mrs. Nita Elixson, Mrs. Don- Born In Ambrldge Pennsylvania < %j '!TT, S one son Gerald David Gr.... U;,bet' ''Douglaaviila, GjMiaml, :thref -.> '

,school teacher at the Clay High nie Guynn all of Worthington Spas October 26, 1918 Mrs. Reno moved Mr. Sergent. Ms brother ;t/tM. : parents. Mr. and- JVfru. Mannrd ai-andchltdren. MiGrave "

School was a Green Cove Springs; and attended Mrs. Lila Dowling Lake Butler and here In April 1979 from Oaklawn Il- Sergent, and> his brotheNI .... Aldrich of Eustia; one sister Mr4Ii .- i
the St. Williams; Catholic Mrs. Oveida Worrell Alachua; and linois. She was a member of the St. William Stanley cam from eeotrl Maxine Bradner. KMUt: ; and one Wdy. at 3:00: 'P.M. Itf-slSvec-grera: JCenteterr

Church Keystone. seven grandchildren. William's Catholic Church. Georgia in September; IS2J tQ the seV-' ''brother, El Dean Aldrklv-BeffneRi, Jack80nv ( J"itl\| Kev; \\1<

Survivors include: his wife Jean Funeral services were held Friday Survivors Include: her husband, tlement of Brooklyn later tO'Oaconw Florida. U9 Raymond Beer 'officw
Wadsworth Root; his mother Mrs. morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Sardii Edward C. Reno; one sister, Mrs. Keystone Heights. The hre .of them I Funeral s.rvtce4Ce'! : held Funeral IIom .of. Lake .Butlee' i ..In '
Baptist Church with Rev. Victor Juel Penn. went Into the Construction business '\ 1CW T r'
Minnie Root St. Petersburg; one son, McKeever Ambrldge, ; ( 1 1Wed1'Iesday; morning | un.Jn /ihal1le fif arrangemente4)

William J. Root. Ill, Norfolk, Va. ; one Nickerson officiating. Burial followed Ar. two brothers. Edward and William together and built!the.first iiouws in;.. ,' thechnpel 6f Archer Ftioart*HOm-s if' 'j. D 1III 1 :1 w4a44I' i "
Richard Symonds of in Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Welsh, both of Ambridge Penn. the area. Lawrence Blvd., we. just a Lake Butler with Rirv.vAlvin LMirehficlallng. ,, 1

Sneads step-son and one brother, Robert R. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler In Funeral services were held at 11:00: dirt road at that time, and GIIIYlbur, Burial follow**!in) "Wt 1 r-ton Ctassife1ds1L : ,

Root Valrico; Fla. charge of arrangements. A.M. Monday, June 23, In the chapel buildings stood In the tow..,'Ser- r4 Cemetery 'with Af-tber Q-meval I Homd I !, I' 'I'.! i I '''','' (

Funeral Mass will be held at 11:00: of Jones Funeral Home with Father was a pioneer of Keystone Heights. "* charge. of'aPrangetBet .: "': 'j t. : ""I' 'Resulb' -

a.m. today (Thursday, June 26), in Mrs. Elsie S. TujagueMrs. Thomas Pearson S.J. officiating. Interment Survivors Include' hIs .wtft! :'M.... '. L::. ,\ f .i"", .urrrig
the St. William's Catholic Church Elsie S. Tujague age 82. of was in the family plot in Montine D. Sergent Atlanta;one son, _._..-_- __.... _,....::.. '- ____ I' &_.
r w y ry
with Father Thomas Pearson S.J., Keystone Heights (Bradford County) Keystone Heights Cemetery under Bryan B., Sergent.! Ill Atlanta one .

officiating. Interment will be in died in the Bradford County Hospitalin the direction of DeWitt C. Jones daughter, Mrs. !tiarial S. ,l'J'aaklln"Greenville : Union County flPERSONAL" FOR SALE' l

Cemetery under followinga Funeral Home. S.C.;j' two sisters Mrs., I
Keystone Heights Starke Saturday morning : T1, "i'' 1' 'i' 4r'opF4c4
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones illness. Oscar Stella Stanley, Keystone Height' and. AND I
long Eugene ScrogginsOscar Mrs. Christine . ., (" ,... *CHOOWSUPo: ;
Funeral Home. Born in New York City March 2, Eugene Scroggins 76 of 655 Lewis SpeIta,1.Ga.I': I PUtS Gir' '';See .vnIti; I

1898 Mrs. Tujague had lived In Pompano E. Main St., Lake Butler, died Saturday five grandchildren sin; great-.. HELP. :-.WANTED' County Tln e openMan. I
Beach since 1965 moving to grandchildren and several. nieces and : SERVICES day ond Tueaday.. :30:: a.mi
in the Union General
morning ,
Mrs. Ella Mae Seay Gainey .; rART'THMdPleae work '
nephews. :
Bradford County 6 months ago. She to 4 .en'i i Wednesday
Hospital after a brief Illness. *v.b .... America'.
Mrs. Ella Mae Seay Gainey 59. of was a retired bookkeeper for a Book Mr. Sergent was a .Member '.f: CUSTOM MAD <. '""cloved. Thomday. "'end Fri
Born In Anitoch. Alabama, Mr. fa...._ 'idlctlonvr. -
Chamblee Masonic Lodge-t F.* com- 'I
died Wednesday OOlIif'iiOOf'I.'SCAUTICUL
Springs, member :
Worthington Binding Company and was a Scroggins had lived In Lake Butler for DHAFIRIISlFreeettlmote pats needs home worktrs day
at her home after a sudden A.M. : fauaiRIIIEiY,
June 18
of the Lutheran Faith. Locoti,
the past year. He was a construction 5. updbieotat| 'mailing .1!
Services held June .
Monday '
were fCk.60 pound.
e. \
illness. 'pI\N':
Survivors include: one sister, Mrs. ,dUfribctors (For completely" 15th.i AH .
before he retired. 0gde,4osp'rtlflc.l4tttl.c00bolrvt .
Born in Brooker, Mrs. Gainey had Helen Wurtmann Long Island N.Y. ; painter Survivors include: one son Byron 16, from Cross Plains Baptist Caunch,' ''waihabl nationally : ....ct'bame.ttdd.tod ... tlck-Sl.M per'.pownd. .,

lived most of her life in Worthington several nieces and nephews including with Rev. Hoyt Thomas Rft.Edgart. advertised. GordielterDraperies ...-,. nuniber to Sch..m..n'. Rolllng''
Raiford two sisters Mrs. I
Springs. She was the widow of the late Robert W. Spltze of Silver Scrogglns ; \ Richards and Rev. Charles Disdain SW ( ',, \- Webstor. .. _1 7S-! tSit.. Aupui3stuta Itonrh: .1.- ,...lrd.nae,

Ernie Gainey and had been employedwith Lake. Rosie Biggs, Analusla Ala. and Mrs. officiating. Interment was a.i ln the,, pfHes ft OrLuomef,. tllQi.t4Qa.fr \ > County. Cood24A.. ..CaiiHf2 -1 :
\J'New .
and Julie Muggins Prattville Ala.; two churchyard cemetery.Arraqgements (\.,... (,... 'ikkc- ; ,
Co. Stephen 491Hn,195"J.BOTFN.
the Verli. )
Copeland Sausage Funeral services were held in New 11': I 6Oth0I'O)4o? 31'3 .
with the Big Dads Sewing!! Factory York with burial in the Evergreens Scroggins granddaughters both of Denise Raiford.and Angle by R.T. Patterson .Fun<< ,, name,! ...;; "''1'I'' ''r. t?'; I,j'7'tsattaac J.ti'4t.' .. ....*.. 4icdM ;lflK r,126 i-.> 7ft'> :' .
Norcross. . IIIAIOHAaLI: Smull.'trees 1'Oed.tttSibS $300. Pie .1000 V'LOfES! 1.
1; COO 5' ,t1 A0O8E$8D3ft&.iteed. I;lt90mIttAP4tIIDiIAX.7k ;
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TO"31.11 (4 Otter 6p.m.' and1 p.,>..... 'Netlanal.a breeding.
'1/3 TFN. 'I' < Freedom Blvd., o.e.Preedots,1 > dog Bred.
HAVE j iAIViirriNGtWIII, JlH .Fantastic -WtH.. / 'Willdren.
YOU MISSED THESE babysit :K4K. CA. 95019.
home Call' Call 7J9-02U. ,,213 6,19SMALL
lay' day or nigh lpd 6/1 s/ 12 ':19 a/26.i, 6,26.;
I ,496-24aa.2tpd 6/19 6/26. ,
'lAIVSiniNSiln,' my' home. '..QUAtTf
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Call 496.3437. Ch.l.tlo"Jhe.
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S ; .. 2lchg /267/3. j 496-3301: tJ9' 6/26-

SAKE If CAS. INC.121 andl' chg. y ,
I I.IO. Wasile Fish. Freedent1. !-: BEAUTIFUI. POOOlIPuppx
: owned male, fou.S month. eld
Family ,pad
GAINESVILLE SUN ; operated. We strive to give. look like 1Io HI -$30. Cop.lect '
.better prices- and ....ic..*,, Elizabeth ,And We deliver cylinder.*. tank- oneMHenorth \bf
( fill tank. Phone. Lake Butlar'jen-: 121. '16gqe7k.
your '
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.. + '4. WAVNI C. WILKINSON 'ejod4349O3 r.maho' ., steM (9noJ
( I' : will not b. responsible 'for 'W'lupek ...Smol b. Md.BJ.U i

.' 1 'any debts from this.day$iU P r .7a..I/a ? ,'p.7 __" __ ".._. __6'33t_ .f' .W..6/16. Itttgu.
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The Sun's Classified section. i forward Incurred' iby] kEVS1OHIItE/GHTI'/ ., 1'/ .1

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for ."; .who may have Information Williams > lee.l .c..:, "...Z5CI.soeIM.OOO ;' f bedroorti 100 j'
every day great shopping vCllu.s : regarding the 7 oparfmenti r
wha reserved\ takevide* Sreoklym', ,, ,'. I month. CsiW; ;1942k9!

v Community Center In, a".* .to.j 1 Jf( I AOMlbblaJwig.2tt1d49' -iINSURA

: : Sutler on AugM-it 9, leasef-"- ACMAOC' j _e/!... ': 4. .; ,

call 496-2258k 2lchgfc6... ,
SPORTS STORE MANAGER . RN .; 7/3. 4.:.. $2.Wac:, CE'- ,,

Mutt Sty.e.o.rl.nc. tl Soon. AVON Call 10' .hlld..n'. r.sldSfll CatOIt.Mayhauechildoen. 1 HIOUCI' SAFI ANDfABiWith 10";c. t.AOO/oc. .9 I I
T.auy Of' 50"
slot. own., or flInty.,. this I. 3170201 473.244. I _..... GaBese TableW lJac. 5114/ac. tAINtS' INSUIlAIIICe.G9t_ ; .. ,:, j'
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for e uccnt-motlvetxl _,on. a..a"5ITT" 5.Looinq Orandrnotis.V "NPAMT.TtMC \ [;And CVap"'water pilltf.Andrew ,. 11.2 oc. j,* / K- cvi f x> S. .caMoI.A vv.BulUrt .L. 4t

Orowm company Call 3n-5MS Mon ttoe for-FrI,Infant daytlm in rim hrLg.iable NEhInt. Pat14ddCal, s.:=:.. lltfl .' Drugs: 225 ,W. 60/2' 3Iclo.,7I10-- 496.397C.npl.t.4l90UOOflO005SE4iCE7tOBJ9 .
SVNACOOUC Ballotou !ScfMwlel .. ReleI'eeSdet 377 1392.ASYSTTeRll0.ooooe". &lndpo .workIng, wItllPalIefl054nfItWir 4,4tsi/ ...' .' !* ".d1;
-' -.OO' :10.-'.. ".led c._Mbr' *.tear tMcMn< Call nurSIng"-t.CarS.. plans,bnbodeC, a tat900pe....,._,,.. ''.,4.|.-1. 1. ;>'!'rV- (,"., .. W. "., 'jft.-i 4- '/"fIt

376-Hot TOM --P-rt j m Needed to adoonocany eotwiy I. Reply K) D*pt. .....>9* Sun 0'4 '
DISPATCHER, prt-tlm* & .... Northeast 10.'n .r A. Olinetuilt., Fl. saootlnd .. .
.lulv-A00000 E.0i14We suN
w eknd clerical kill* dlrbl for email pub in W''on' 'Vorrt .....11 Chlie'O S.oteflite ret.en. ..- SlC..T""V.! Sop1BICNCO' I. Kyat';: RrI d& I
Patinc*, must! R ov loDvpt 0. Hrn* nt.rt.lnm.nl Mutt ... reodeed SIlO/Owe. pIsas 63 __... __.. .
>vlll P-16O3*. Ft.Sun 3207EMprl Or wr A.Glna hat.. 021-list own" eQuiD.tpof, Call 1Iaq20t0. all toDefiSos Otala. 1S2 3000.000MMCEPR = .' Cail.O.S7lO' .... '. :'. : ':
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girl's P.
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Real esLae. corporate lw orlntd For Law Fir'" lnstflntedlafelv.Eooarlenee CARS
,fide Mao card eopet'elite sssfsasKSE.gr"1Brlywocxl .r.gulredCaile :;::; ':; ':: ::: ,
raulrd Reliable person Sc_. f..t.thTBACHER 105 376-0301 15r._''w.: .......d ... ..".....- 0SERVKES' TRUCKS1M7 ,
pr frrd. Return** only. No ALUMINUM 9CRKCN ROOM wtltww clow, _",. CASH 'OR GOLD Sterling, I ; ,
call*. Reiman & Jon M-ilto JO, HIGH !SCHOOL Sel.nc Mh nic. w.*.t have own hand worN. II.M1' Ply for tw*>..".. diamond, jewelry' coJns.1and A' c ;
35 N Main St Oatoivlll. 3.MOI .. !Stall CcrlMUd Biology.' tool, EP.ri.nc Ml only need : r\on. Po1'ntlal .. 23K. Phon 'tA'"INriil"WO.II' RombleV 4Vmtisoit.jAi'C. -

40 Chcrnlatrv*. Briar, wood Agriculture School P..|.1-321.ttiV1MOCMEVKTTK f,91v 370.9161IC13 .....,::13 .2" _,_, "1 ....'. 'your-denial- home.gold..Will I.376.3235.visit Remodeling...o)k.' .kitch.o.. \ .. ..0d10'flea./ .... rtr-ee'r' ..

4,:'Mr, Klttman. tfnchg 6 5 cablntt-i 64dlrim, /! 06. A. iWtJ50.i473'p-IU'
.. COLLEGE STUOINT NEEDS carpenter "..alonabl.prlc. Il.-ichg4.l7i11' ,}* .j' '
... Cotf.Ed Dempsey 01 .1977 DATSUM62G) .
WOMK. Will
240-Z.now., cufttomlvMJ ?ton. ....AR..OWGT.'''M. 5 spied 1177'Air. ttreto, .anything 473 2477'lfn-chg' 1 CHtACK. AiC. AM.ar..t.
4 <*x>r 'c.b.c'.cO. air piint' tir* special lone front from yard work to poInting '
co-ndlllonlna. low ml!..(>.. Must ..nd rust ..00..... 4 _d. e..c.,l- 30 '::.13'1':.'l\ft. ._.. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS: redl 10. 'roof-n-ittSr.M sf
tlll' Call "....,92 anytime tent Condition' 3VMI ".-..0.. etc. Phon. 4733680.. ,
MOO *e* Student tuC4& ". 2tpd1926 CIa,'" meetIngs Monday 8 anthe El.... S3, flOO
''CITATION n..uo' p.m'Op.n' nmertng .', 'FrlId0y ', n.9..ab.1r, Dye..
Air automatIc am/lOw "
4 evli-ndvr air. almost nwS7 I OOMMATtl House ion t ;
-*> Call 377-SW4 v-tninot' orweeNetid 1978 DATSUN F 10 Cite.(inlerloe.1100,371.zoos traIler, hI30tI., ,''Moke1100) month i and 1 half : ; .&pm.lqnor> Wandaetptin. / t 413 235,3 of"'fA '' p.m. Ipp.',
9 AM/FM radio' 3S MPO .
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!4MO 3/3 0310. between 0-9 pm"MAZDA ulilltie 473-7115. Itpd 1
OLDS TOROMAOO. 173 AUDI :; .,/ .
G""LI .... o' tSEL 4 CylInder. 4 toor.audontble A9iS'MISCELLANEOUS Ml. t-ne-etffr'g't': In I' ''h .
: I'n.' 1974 22,000 mil*. EMc.llntcondlllon. OLC. i9a4door.. :
';;'d'"on '9 GOO negotIable' Maybe S .0..... .lr. ..../"... ".000 air coodlllf. >n'<'.c_. EdOcatianal' Building. i onimanity :
;. "o.J l11ans. J= f" ; :: Won. .J77 f Ok MS3 Sfudon'A-A-all C..on.J11I'19. ,mlte.S42iO. 377 OIA3 Student' 11450 COIl .371-4443." : -. Church. .*t>rtch, 6. 5. ; .'

.73 AMC. P .. 'n MAZDA RX 3. 4 door. rcbuMI AUSTIN nfjTn MEALY' N_SPIMTH...lnl *t4/''n..; -r 'CAtriNTRY ANtMMASONRy,, ------- -
c lr. oow f it** "72 OLDS WAGOM. flaw tr.n. .naln/w' .rr.nlv, 4 oood. .t*. -a .4' .' 0 -
tiflgbrakej, ,m."C'::; Mil ml....... ".... b."".. .lt-rn.. ro. new onl ft r.dl, il,.. it zoo. rio?. Runt. or......... .Cia.P.iC.l4i.( .. SHOMMASTE ALUMINUM WPRK..oi,1d, slUo: 'FORSALETWO ,
ftleerlng, : ':l--j '0". 4... workIng Wall AftklngIMOT 3/6 4037 wipers .
good boat lIfts dnddotkft ( -- -
cofldllion in/ "' blat, 0"". 3" 413.. portable' ;
00001MPG 91690 373 0763 1961 VOL II SWAGON. AS I. IJOO PINTO' 1977: l'C9il4105V.o i. 'remodeling. Jj ,...
Student Call''I 316 4740 beak.) ., New.J'I ::: .. Call for free demo / ACRES ;'oar. SR-IOO ,
etlmall .
liable 31ASSUMS o..t.i7'( DaytH 43.4173.Nlghts478.3406 : '
Weekday4732995, near-' Keys-lane .Hnighht.!:!
Weekend 47J-3991. llnchq -. 6tpi5.22.62ti5j $300' ,down: J66 S4 "$etmonlh. ,
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473.40SB or '
\ ;FORRENT" \ WOJIK \'',ol t.' W"'TEO'- ,. 473:436ljoiftr.' '. 6 $ t#: :
7 ... < j .' U i \"/ .oo.d.IIn4 l OIthOddl'to0OI ., 9 4 Iv. oIi -I /'
; N. 'li"r'''. ", I.oO.ici DR SHO SI ACI,.,. ? '" .hets.1daoks ; >oI.il1. \ 1..KltLOISit'; IIUAf1g, 'ttcoy. ,

.; Uivr rc. Blv*>i..t to An-'j '; 0ntlI .....,.''folnb"" .......'He.gh",1 'Pwt aI :

.,. drew* Di-ijgs. Formerly-JEI; ...,. ';"' "Co. If, Budget, financed1 IO I percent. iff.teresf. ;
kt.fder4 t
'Gee* CeramIc Shop: fhantf. -KIT 473 :38O3- or2aailoIe.nnch0
BEAUTIFUI. 4 BH fool Home, '. r Lots 'on tflear ,and .
crt.nx Porch PrIvacy yard fv nd Carpet. ,..wnln0, utlll. 5*fc MORTGAGe091115001 473-3411.. lfnchg6'5COMMfRCIAl .',, \ 6', bottomed lolt. .. piked to
h.. nnl alt U" on qualIfying' on this coop w ,
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o r a iStany Olra.I i' MOUING".p
lot of ._A but root* KV Al' m r OeirdtmQtflC flclonl NW tiom*. ... "CMj-4. ,' -. : : OFFICE ,41/I820. <: .ell from t' .* ltOn0'
Brat, "cm-1t/J: :: :1.0. .146 VIMO 3/f> >9O3la &.*.."only cut du..'/..OOO.a ."_Call 1 In Sprin loo-vl. IIrM. /' ,$PACE across fromr town j j pp(vePig6ul6r1" } 1r;.. f34.ocre.cverokngIls.ocdi 'e't,

av Own. X 60 Rich' *. Unfurn 9 0R LYNN REALTY. of lnftvlU-.W, hall. 400 square feet, St*OtmontH. '
r"nlce Me. 3 a. 2 cent heal a aIr, fenced yard RCALTOR. _... '., ( .. ) with
Calf double "'Dar'. .... 312 .
utility .15.01 wood ,,
mivimmott porch KC*| t nice tree ,4ntm'tS3.iOO. ;.
mort owner will lent condition' lajno. 3/. 9tj AssuMe .95% otortoase 3 _:___L .1'
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t 3)1< 2nd......a oao down ......... BR. 1 both. CB horn.. On I acre. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY I S500 down S50p\ .mofilh.
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6062 itltr 5 30 .2 K 602CR .. REALTOR
IO minute' tooth City prIde HOMES FOR CommerclaV ; .
frontagSR2IM -
.. 7 both, 4ir. ImIt. from UP.loceilent t42,9OO with tubftf ntl.l cast.pIvoted
Bo o n.r walk lo law mcnaol. ,073 961'tlnc"g'6 '
Uf C .* ... condition, 7MO. ,. Call, 3701301Mabel I lflve5lrenti1sppotftunltl
vx>".no. 3 a. J D.m. 4'1 .
v..r. old. l7. .... II a, ....,. I Sf3 245 6530 Gore B cfc.r, HC ALTOHMBTlfls : )12 .. r .SALE4 Owr-u-T'ialeinMtn L{
mon' eMcttllMit. .._,,,.... atoM. 12060.355. I Oath. air. partially In poles r_..i ..*-.-.- I GATOR ONE IAKEnoderni .- ., 473-4371. tint-tic*.5,32:: 1
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Itoflg $tS.31O. .lIc. furnIshed' colI.n' .d.llon. dl ;: aRt I '
4 wood <
10 lth
392 4140 dayS, 3 3331 eye. must see to a. r dIal.. 05300. dull moon floun.WarIlase new 2BR BA .unftkiinlshed ,I. AKC DOeERWAN PUPS-
BEAUTIFULLY well ',_ hilt' 'lot Located on Melrote 12.64 2 ar on secluded rented Lalsbue. Ft 32341. rc.nl. air e'ond. and garageM73479. -.- down oll' f :Sip
block In toil acre. Cewi flea/.ir, Bay Cor-nmonds petted, view of .cr..o* II ml to UP. Carpet I IIe. :
!12-i' 10' ichg
inside Olilily, dlihwash.r. ref. B.IV & Bio' l.ti. S.nl. Fe Call air, awming' patIo ." ,"no. IMMACULATM.5pA55009... 3 ballS 4tthg6< .73.3.3rr,8ob,1 t\1t. and dam Iron* r ,-
rig Sell clean no oven, many Jackie. 5'n"' '...... Singleton' and 'ool..d Room 10. ..nlm. o. equipped ."towntlgose....,. cyshom Putty sin tAKE SANTA FE CANAL2BR WACHEVEISTEMSWAM boOeMA
other e.lras ASSOC RE"L TOilS J" 154' ,,
030000 92S 44!? or garden 9/9)0) 375 5019GUI .
JII 4464 :rape.! 043.000 J/7*72. .. house on on. acre lot. Phon.473.7lqStfnthg' 6 r 'II .
{Central heat and G"",. Pan EStATES -
tttally, furnished./ SI( 75.month. -_C i 5.L locattof, L"'IC5-ow stpe., 't'm'Ie' I ,J'I.

Deposit required '. tOST/fUND. east of' MetraM/'Clfy/ convenienee1 Ii
'5O.48 >58I6. tfnchq 6 26. I.' 6 set
t.; laridt.nlvy' .
7' MOMLB NOMKUeiviqi : dU.Ot SMALl ; CKIT ling. Woodedilialf o'cre.lai& :
I Slit MEMO PAC..'Found 3BR ..I'.BATCHO: A <' ,

POUS ,the v..... of June 2.if, the 428.500, P-4' vtreetsundergrovn4' .

OWIfeNTAL: CAWPkTS Han,. 100 AMP : jVoniiorfctlit* Ploixe. cell4732'tO utilities,', .
101. M.'ph'' L. P4111 NEI'RIGBNTOM G. "
mn B.,lucn l 70.'I0 burly.0 iron floral tree, 0.302. Copy SlAck' with c.... with ou.,... good Condition' SIlO 0.-or '"' M Both unu'u.1 3/1 *33 weave>. ;.. 3534PA "oa. ::.tytto. Solid., with 3La.17)3 Channel I. inch anlo. best oIler Call 3/S 014be -Ilii. :j jiMi .thur, ../1, 95i,3Q.: ftn, 611 2 house or* let/ og ,V.... :

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9300 376 a CLASSICAL OUIl4 r '.*ref 4 O rn EXPANDING J pSl4vKCUIBUI
'II..n'no.' sun plush. hard c*.*. pood tOnal .............lleom.4 a oeiIr..s4 DEIIS. .R'.212J.3-.
AH 001190 Pin, Mall OUT Machines Cl',aUlN635, Pool T1 5 lion. "? 3/1 *J4/ alley > PM. .CRUiSfcCRAP V nutlno' tool. 0. MP bow Jah.rld>.r_*M. : IlOit.d 'u..... at 't.ERA'.'\........ 0. I 1.384-2289. I",log.tj. 26 "i "
cushion i mint' tOO lobed.
bits Al '
1 1 l'.e Amuwments lowest Price IJH3 Xtmotnine' LUOWlG5PlfCEDRUMSfrInclurtvt, .l *g..t.. 03 MO nrOO".b" .c"n'n"4H5ytIIIT FOR SAUi I '.3B I (IJ ,HorrlFlot
Stool JLcvmt> "
OWe ton .. ORLAMOOd-tPPKll Boat; Caenpletely.fur" ;
PLAy MOUSfe Call tn *
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a. '..."....** wooden Carpeted* .' TOMiD Jottnfton, rvcordln' rtrol c .nished. and equipped WI W ....
Sfh ". "......., need* few 'MAItftHALL lOOM MfcAO vran. -.. marina ca. tandem tr."). :
'....ns: = ::: l-ilrucn reo.ir* Mufti Dick. ut> sislor MO Phdhtft, Turntable I r with .M>OO WinCh AOOO C., .T.OVORN, 40 HP .)ohn.9O.' toid land .
JI/ .:. :m._': 'ic:::.:.... ..... OUfcfcN 1140evos SOD .M) Call J4JO ,islac Ca11374 '.J):." 13,2' :; ... ... ... ... i REAITOH-.MLS'!\ 473.3254I Marine !ilaltOfv. .V.. .
I'RAM'I. .
twin' bed lrane. entortVinmini 3 AMth TRAILER IO haul C.rt. Couch a sofa 0/00 0.- good conditlon"U29. Tel
: "NUN N". 001.. boo..... labte. 000. UTr imm tractors. cIt with romp"* UM. Chest.Twin bed oe iso OrsI. chair to. Mobil.fel'I 473--iai. 6 .243ti3d7110.Lak.G.neve..j.
C.tl3ISlon7arr' erasers
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J/'OO. .o.'n.' movie .rol' TYPEWRIVtE speed bi>$. Ml iiiJSilTRUMPIJT. "cuac ST 50511CR. 010. Homas "K GHlntltJ '
m4nuaS. Underwoo0 Flog pots lable, paddles, ballk. SAC"'C" WOC"ti.. 0'__ !if'
etcelbeni .
condiion,5' I. YAMAHA, I/I not. IJO T V, f V pong game Ml 0.300 Cope; ,, "l.s V..in .. :: ?" WInK I k.
lute 'aund. 5 .. "".Ddleo 39 PAIl each Call ; alter=: :tc No Down symtVA '
.onn... 075 31' 4_ Pinanointj. FHA .ic .stRVICfS. 1'10' (I Xi1I; fl. 1.01'1 1 I ;i.

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WANTEDKRITARVRICIPTIOMITl VIL1AOIAPARTMENTIi KMT OOOt Large Lob-Setter wire, welded wire, barbwire Chrysler motor. Gator ....00 bushel. Graham. Call
One BR, BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete combo long block hair. wood chain, link trailer. Good condition.SI,000. .
-: furnished AC carpets, his 3 IK house In Starke for sharpening service, circular Answers to It.... Phone TEMPERATURfl Amazing .free estimates. MANNING McCarthy'sOarage Steve 4SS-I23I anytime.
polio, off street pocking. a doublewlde mobile 431-1493.: 6/3 6/26 Tel-A.Fever gives reading 6/26 2lpd 7/3.
Type ol least 51 comet hand carblda, 4tcbg FENCE CO., 4734S22.Koystone.TFchg Ph.964 7026 6/26
WPM ihorthond helpful, Call M4-S60I.;6/1* TFN! home. Wade Sehr, Broker, chain mower blade hollow LOITi HAMPTON AMA.Sheltle In actual C and degrees M. 2tchg 73SILViR COME SEE WHATS new at
bo oblo to moot public oftraetlvo PALMS APARTMINTSt Furnished 782-3973 9/1 TFN. ground and balanced. (miniature Collie), by holding to forehead lor CHAIN LINK FINC1material. QUEEN SWIETCORNi Grandma's Attic. HWY :301N
',- and businesslikeoppeoronce. efficiencies and II' TWO VIA OLD HOUSI on leave at Jackson Building 'an and white mole. 30 seconds. Gentle' as a lawtey area. Featuring
EXPERIENCED opts., weekly or mon 2'/i ocree. lawtey area. Supply. Storke or Keystone Answers to "Charlie" mothers touch children Do It yourself tomatoes, cantaloupe handmade Hems. large
watermelon nd
ONLY. Apply at Bradford thly. NEW FURNISHED Only SI 900 down. Wade Hfs. TFchgALCOHOLICS ,Needs medication-child'* and adults love using It. and save. Installation /> assortment of baby and

County Telegraph 135 W. STUDIOS monthly only. Behr. .......er. 783.3973 S/l AMONYMOUSt -. pet. Please coll 4681634.Reward. Use over and over. Only available. Free estimates.HandyMan ether vegetables. Wainwtlght kitchen Items. Gifts for all
Farm SR 16 2 ml. E.of .
Call St. TFNCORRECTIONAL 2313 N. Temple, Starke. TFN. 6/19 Itpd. $2.SO ea, 3 for SS 94 Fance. Co. occasions. Fre%gift wrapping
TFchgKITCHINiniSi 964 S559. TFchg I.WATSON'S Starke. 6/26 ItchgS .
Phone 964 SH8 944-7619. with 00 order.
OFFICER ll BV OWNIRi Completely' or postpaid plus tax. Satisfaction SS Open
.. State Correction Service One SR remodeled 2 SR, one bath. TFchgRSMODILINO Guaranteed I Jacomb HOUSS OPVACUUMSi PIECI MODERN living 10 A.M.-6 PM. Thurs.
.position at all mala correctional apartments pool. TV AC Family Room! Fireplace. BUILDING 3100 Alamo Winter Park Many brands room ..1. One year old. through Sun. 6/26 2tchg
utilities .
Institute. Qualifiedtloni Included. Totally Screened porch. Central REPAIRSi New kitchens,. FL 32792. 6/12 3tehg 6/26. of new vacuums. Used Excellent condition. Own.rm..ln.t 7/3.
: II of high furnished. Weekly monthly baths, family rooms. Brick CLUII"A"'NALO'O"ILadl. machines available. Parts sell quick.
yri Oje Heat 8.Mr Nice Comer lot
chool diploma or FlorldeCED. rates. TEMPLI MOTEL 1021 block concrete Flreploc..paclall.t. FOR SALEWINOMACHIN."sINGE. and accessories for all S3SOOO: Call after S:00PM.
Good choroctei 880 N. Temple Ave.. hi Saratoga Heights. .. OrlHIs Con ,vacuum systems. 404 NW .....M56. 6/26 2tpd
Starke. Phone ...-7357. W. Prett St. Phone Goup.LIHI.L.allu.Band.Ichool I
background. Passage o struction. Phone 473-210S 10th Ave:. Gainesville, 7/3.
9/20 TFchg 964-3639. Available Now. .
((19.667-$12.569 annually MACHINE One of Singer'sfinest 20 yd. semi cut dally and SIASHITlfblue
HOMI PARK mobile homes SUBDIVISION Funds?? Tired of Candles,
). 40 hr. shift work week, RIPAIRSDl All makes llg-iags, buttonholes loads only.. ALIEN E. refrigerated. SO Ib. Come Variety. IS,DOS) IBS.
ond spaces for rent. Phone near Keystone, available Cookies, Car Washes
cleaned oiled and adlusted.
An Equal Opportunity TAYLOR. Phone new ready, MS Ib. this
_2912. blind hems Lawtey. get III Murray, s Gord.n.71t .
TFchgSLIIPINO soon I Pick your colors. 3 '10. Work WE CAN HELP I HIGH IMPULSE
Employer Affirmative Action 7623172 week. el Longnedier'e.. For
TFchgBLUESERRIESl SI. 964 7326.
ROOMS TV, BR 2 both brick veneer, guaranteed. James .!ltch. moroogram.' ha. ITEMS-ESSENTIAL Lafayette .
Employer" You-plck orWeplck 6/26 direction see clessMled. edmis !
refrigerator, hotplate. automatic push-button ItchgIB
Coke to Strickland ITEMS RELATED
access corner Morgan
persons apply to: Personnel. garage order. _1_. Call .'1-1111
Very reasonable, by week bobbin etc. Sold new on Open
Union Correctional Intltule Bedford Lake. Low $40's. Rd ondHwyle. TFchg ITEMS I Available from FT.CLASTRON BOATi 22S
PO Bon 221- or month. UnderwoodMotel. low Interest you quail""' BRADFORD SIPTIC, TANKII.IC. $400, balance $137 or $12 SI.00 up with from 30% to Man.-Sal.. front B:00 6:30.Sun. lip, V.hull. Vinyl, top and evenings, 6/26 Itchg.
2 30 6 30. Take SR 26
3.S miles north of month. Call credit : :
.. per
flalford. 32083 phone Contact Stevenson Con Pumpouts.Rasldentfal 50% profit to you. We can many deluxe accessories.
(904)431-1212.) 4/12 3lchg Starke on US-301. Phone .tructlefl Co. Phone commercial manager collect ((904)) even make your fund raising to 200A. (Earlton Rd). Just like newl Call
964.714. S/IS TFchg. and Industrial. Fully Ikonsed 376-447. 6/12 TFNchg. Westslde of Big' lake Santa
6/26 964 3066. S/1S TFchg.MOBILI pay off all year long Gainesville 376-3619 TFN
NURSING HOMEt Need LPN MINI STORAOI UNITS SWMfSi Phone "' ..1121. TFchgCARPENTERi COLO TV. 23" console Details DORWAIN PO Box Fe. See signs. No dogs
.. far 4-12 hlft. Full or Part- available In Keystone His. more' direct from pay the specialising In model under __ntv. 764 Fern Park/ Fl 32730.: please, longneckers.Melrose. .
. time. Phone 904-6320. 6/5 ,$10 and up. Phone factory Large selection of remodeling, screen rooms, Pay off balance due of 6/12 3tchg 6/26. Phone 47S-I1SI U _l5f'.aI.I.i.5! .9.'J.b..e!! !! __
473-3193. TFchg B. sun decks, concrete and $184.10 cash before 8:30 or alter S:00. 1 Records
tfnchg or assumepayments
12 14' SLACK IVES & white
FUlNIUffD THRU !100Mapartm.nl and double wldes. ocrepoo'
(MATURE ELDERLY LADY to with bath. COMMUNITY MOBILE .block..-7816.3/2._k. Phone TFchg H.Bud ) of $IB SO per You pick for S3 a'' OAK 6/S TFN ROLL TOP DESKi excellent ... HM URSiiis ,! I
., become of the ...
: part family Utilities furnished Private HOME SALES. US 301 mon. See at White Sewing bushel. A mile East on SR. condition. Serious
Must be In good health entrance and drl_. No North. Open to dusk. 1 to Trimming removal 14 yrs.experience. ond Appliance Center, 16. 964.7653. 6/26 Itpd.: Inquires 9645636: "50. 964-792J; Silt' na 3erv/ee
Call for appointment only children or pets. Phone 6 on Sunday. Phone 3527 SW Archer Rd., POP UP CAMPERi.AIrconditionednew 112: E. Call St
Have SS ft. 6/26 2tpd 7/3.
, '0431-1117.6/19 2tchg 6/26. ....
; .
Gainesville Fl. 37.
964-3464. 6/S TFN. 964.8741. 6/S TFN. bucket. Free estimates.Phono tir...
OP AllTRADS..Workshop
JACK STARK!, Home far rent. 3 1 BR, BATH FRAMI HOUStl 782.3733. TFchg 6/12 TFNchg. .Also lawn mower like -- ---

Direc 8.. 2 BA. brick veneer, located on SH 129 In S/29. .. RirOSSISSIO Amana new. SM' Ph. 4S5-138O! ,
tor. /5 degree with trainIng ATTENTION JOB
newly built located In Lawtey. Phone 782-3208. MOTORCYCLE RIPAIRSt Factory microwave oven 1979 6/26 Itpd. SEEKERS
or with experience Insupervisory Saratoga Hgt Minimum 6 6/26 Itpd.SAMPSON trained _henl... model family .1... Under IS FT. FIBERGLASS boat and
capacity. ....... ...
mos. Call -5511 US-3OI South. 964 6O20. warrentv. 'OIl oH remol".
964-7699.6/l92tchg lAKIl 3 BR 2 trailer. 35 HP Mercury.
alter 4 30 .m. 6/9 4tcha c' balance due $196.10payments
p Ing
fllEMENi, Croih fire, rescueexperience 626THREI. Bath, Oeerfoot Trail under S/29 TFchg S. ca.h take New tI.... Runs good. The Florida State Employment Service U now recruiting
required. $70.000. Call for details.Bob BABYSITTING In my home. a' av.r "' 50. 964 8034. 6/26 Itpd. .
1/IR MO Sill HOMES for all ol lumber mill workers
Hot lunches, fenced yard.S2000 of 19.90 per phases Experienced applicant
Mechanical In AND USED
experience For more Information coll Harrle, 964 9933. 6/26
Contact month. See White Sewing
weekly. at

repair and maintenance of 3tchll appliances. Porch preferred
964-8243 or 964-9261. 6/12 7110.
Sandra Woodard, Pine St, & Appliance Center
fire truck and equipment rockers. BARGAIN
Hampton 6/S 4tpd 6/26 3337 S.W. Archer Rd.,
required. Excellent TWO 1 B/t MOSILI homeson YARD SALEGAIAGiIAU. TYPIWMTnRS AND CENTER US 301 South,
benefit. Apply OrlHIs Loot). Far Information Machines cleaned and Adding Gainesville, 376-4466. 6/12 964 6679. TFchg Crane Operator Clean-Up/Utility Worker*

.Man.-Thurs. 1-3 P.M. or call ....-8077. 626Itcha Moving: furnlture viced. Phone 964 6503.ser* TFN chg. PLUMBING "XTUIU. 'win. Heavy Equipment Operator .Floor Tender

by appointment. Aero clothing, etc. Next to Telegraph.! 6/19 daws, doors.' pipes,. plus Kiln Operator
Corp. Lake City Airport 2SR MOSILI HOMI with air; Frl.-Sat. S-3 1314 Searing 4tpd 7/10 MOBILE HOME IO.OOO other Items now at Electrician

..lake City. FL.' Equal M/F opportunity Handicapped IIO.00 month plus 10000 St. M mile past the I WILL KEEP children In my INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Bargain Center US 301 Millwright/Mechanic lumber Grader

.; Employer.. 6/26ltchg I d.pa.lt..7CN.ItchgX 6/26 hospital an Rd 230. 6/26 home. Meals Included. South Starke. TFchg Electrician Helper* Trimmer Operator

LIVE IN HELP wanted far Itpd.VARD. Between a.mand 7 p.m.964S43S. YAMAHA 1979: XS400. Fork Lift Truck lumber Sorter
. .. BM FURNISHED APTl Call Operator
SAUl Thurs.and Frl.3miles 6/26 ItchgRICINT POLICIES
retired person. Job before 9:30 A.M. or alter 6 12,000 miles, windshield S Package Maker
AT Attendant
from Starke stole Bay *
responsibilities and
salary PM. 9..-. Z9. SI SO.00 luggage rack. SI.000negotiable.
negotiable. Call before Sp month deposit. 6/26 road IOC toward] Keystone caring for babies, REASONABLE RATES 533-2952. Itpd Edger Operator
plus -
.m. at 392.4651, after 5 Itpd Heights. Dishes, clothes, young children or shut Ins. 0l7n' 6/26.
shoes Experienced Please write
pm 3727406. 4/26 2 SIDIOOM house furnish. bedspreads : .
.Stchg 7/3 ed. Two children accepted. sheets, and many other '.0. Box 606 Storke Sales
,'. MATURE WOMAN to assist $133.month.$30.OO securi Items. Sign will be on 32091. 6/26 2tchg 7/3. Excellent salary and company benefit*. Salary ranges

widow In Graham area ty. 964.8243. 6/26 Itchg. mailbox. e/26 Itpd.. PIANO LESSONSl beginners FREE QUOTES : WANTED from approx. $ .6S per hour to $7.50 per hour depending on
with arthritis. preferred All a"... Evenings Phone 8046606'Looking
handicapped 2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfur- PORCH Mill Sunday at 302 .
Duties Include bathing and Blushed A/CXentrel heat.SI6O S. Church St., m.n'.; end Saturdays.r423 N j o ROUTE CARRIER position and experience. (gtf j m ?, !
"f.lne ui .
... .. M. o ;+ ,
Broad vayV .Starke.v '
dressing..assisting wlttt1 .Walklnlldl.tonceto.- women's- -andchildren For the Gainesville Sun InStarka Applicant may be required to take GeneseTAptltude. test.

light- fK>uiekeeprng *ara" month. Plus $60deposit. clothes and household 964-7094..6/19.2tpd 6/26., area Must be over Apply 'In person to the Florida State Employment Service.
driving ':3O to 2::3O. Sor 4 No children or Items. tchfl 6/26. I ... "' IS, bondoble, hove
209 W. Call St. Starke. Fl.
days a week. Reference* pets.964.8243. 6/26 Itchg. GARAGE SAlli Sav June 28 I HOME FOR SALE dependable transportation. ,
required. Call 485-1879 or 8 A.M.-4 '.M.. Cedar war. I Idrabo. For A .Good retirement Income Union County and Columbia County resident' report to

APPLY 468 1437 IN PERSONl. 6/26 Itchg Little. Haly CARS table saw, washer I 2 BR, 1 Beth, fireplacegarage. MobHaHosnt,? .. the Florida State Employment Service. 14130 S. First St.. Lake
$100 down' cell t .*
dryer, lamps I Apply at
Restaurant. US 301S. TRUCKS 964SSOSBIRCH'S City Fl. 3205$.
Joel Roberts. .
kitchen Items and .
4/26 Itchnj. I 8Deoltl New 12xoO> 408 S Walnut St.
more. leak for sign In front, iC J 07.11I5. Delivered And .. Starke NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

MISCELLANEOUS 174 VW VAN. Excellent of semi-circle of brick 1.( Set Up. '800.000 964.S170 /2o 2tchg 73.Having .
condition'No. rust regular homes on Rt. 16 en State
tUP ASHLEY family gas. Gets 26 MPG. Must Prison Form Rd. 6/26 Itpd. tc Inventory To ChooseProm 1.. :
descendents Need contact ._. S3.200. Call John at IPM PEST CONTROL iC TEestPsletke *
..-with lomlly of Cull Ashley, 964 6000 ant. 139. 6/19 -.
lived In Grandln area 2tchg 6/26. 964-5534 "?* Mobile Home Seles. .if
1860s. Raised daughter 176 CHRYSLER COROOSA. WANTED iC321.1881Ind 3283S07TIMEROCK Trouble

Alice Mae (Woods?), Fully loaded. Assume .. e Pest Control Protection jf... ...........,..-;-
..(Plerson?). She married __II.. 964.636S and TO BUY .. .
,Thomas Bryant Sherley 964-6353 6/26 Itpd. .

1880. Write Dorlt Brown 173. CHIVY TRUCK LONG "CAS H CASH FILL LI 1
Box 768. Lk. Mary Flo BIOl V S, new paint new
32746. 6/19 2tpd 4/26. upholstery.S79S. 473-2399.: -ftFor Used Mobile Homes JCWe With Financing ? ? ?

FREE KITTINSt Eeautlful 6/26 2tchg 7/3 .. fey Top Price .. (SEPTIC TANK. lr STALLATIONS

long haired kittens to good 'el FORD 4-OOOR 6 cyl. I iL3u."ee snd 32S-3
"h m.. Ph. 7823054.: 6/26 previous local owner with
Itchg only 39000 actual miles. .' .... -' Call; CMDUI. B IROS. 964-6750 "Pri ed out of the market? Well think again We have brand new

WANTED Runs great I Rare find I IS300 three- and four.bedroom homes. . Call today and see
Call .....5016. 6/26
.GOOD PMCCS PAID for used itch". Let Us Bale REMODELING f- if you qualify for as low as 4% financing. ."
197B VW SUSi fuel
mobile homes II mortgage
'Is 3/4 paid, more. CHIN'$ auto AM/FM stereo, reggas. Your Hay 01!LD BATHS
MO5ILI HOME SALES. 2 .SOD miles. Like Large Round Hay 0105V HURRY Time Is Running Out !
new. S3.30O.
,964 5406. Open 7 days 964-8427. Thi>se Worn Out Shabby Tins. .
weekly. TFchgWANTEDi 6/26 Itpd Bales
Professionally ClesnMerble i I Arid Regroul Wills S Ploore '
Mobile home axles 147 CMIVROLIT Impold: You For This Special Plan If Your
and tires. Will pick up door 283 engine 2 barrel New Modem Qusrry Qoremlq Shut vinyl e Vinyl Tile .May Qualify '
OHMS MOBILE HOMI corb, power steering.

SALES. week 964 5606.. Open 7 New tires, burns regular Equipment ROBERT KIT HENS TILE Income Does Not Exceed The Chart Below
days a TFchg II.... Good condition. Feat Service
.CASH FOR COINSi Gold 964.6290. 6/26 Itchg.

,:silver, sterling, dental RAM 1946 TOYOTA STOUT .* 964-6657 ,96471FruEstli 630nates ''
No. In Family
gold GF scrap fewelry' optical .Trucks 4 cyl 4J sp. column 0 .
frames, etc. 1.1t. Bull shift $1300. **4.8437, 6/26 485-1436 '.
Ington 964 625O TFchg Itpd. '

2 Persons' p'erson 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons


'13,500' ; 1.6.000. '18.500 '19.500 '20,500 122.000


Drilling Fast Equipment Rotary MOW OFFERS These Homes May Include

.M.. ..IrI.g! .1L Carpets Fireplace Appliances

PumpsNew! Custom Built Homos- -

& Used Down Payment... As Low AsWe $ 9 9 0 00

Sales.Parts-Service ,

4% Interest.- Down Payment 3ff&/
.;;......... .: .!!!m!!._.... Have Recently Built 12 Homes

Plumbing // You Qualify. Under This Program And The Payments


'RemodelingRapaJrS New Installation These Quality Built Homes Include. : Range from. .... $10950 $295' 00

.....__.._. _. : ; .1
1. Insulated windows. 0.'Energy Efficient Heat Pumps. to Per Month! '

g.'Y.r .JJ.IJ;.!... .

: PUMP 2. R-22 Insulation In attic. 7. Power yen( for removal of hot air Based Oa Siiejf(Mortgage And Yonr .

In attlo to cut A/C cost by as. Call See
& Personal Financial f Sit lti.. Us To
. 3. R-11 Insulation In wall I. '.t'a . "
much 13.. : .
If Yon Own Your Own Land Yonr ,Qualify .
! COMPANY 4,. Maintenance lose Aluminum Soffits. 8, Ceramic tile foyer. .

.... .. ;
n.j Would Be Less. .
Payments ,+<,* ..> -
j 864 N. 6. Custom formica cabinet. 8. W'IHo-yaTl. carpet .

i Temple Ave.StarkeFJa. : ./ -
Gall Stove 984-6211 /Affordable Homes
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964-7061 Starke 964-5533 Keystone Heights 4733133I


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. Veritable Arsenal Confiscated in Florida State Prison ShakedownIn I

a cell by cell Inspection officials since former superintendent David H. behalf of nine inmates who have
,y.i.r z Briarlon was here, but we didn't get either Inflicted harm or been harmed
; around to doing It until the court rais- while jailed at FSP
,' ed the Issue Dugger said. "It would be fair to say that the circuit
He was referring to an order by Circuit court concern Is our concern,
Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green, Jr. too," Dugger said.
who several weeks ago ordered the Another hearing In that case has
s Department'of Corrections to show been set for Wednesday, July 2, at 9
why they should not make FSP safer a.m. at the Bradford County Courthouse -
for inmates incarcerated there.: In Starke when DOC officialsare
The case was filed by Assistant expected to show to the court it Is
) Public Defender Shon A. Saxon on ,doing the best It can.


the contraband was tossed FSP Weaponry... New 1979 and 1980 Passenger Cars, F-100
it up as It fell. A spokesman Thru F-350 Trucks, Broncos and 1979 Rancheros
out that because they cannot
who tossed it, no charges will

spokesman, indicated officers
ground also noticed inmates $1000 F-.tSOthru..3504.4s'Broncos
marijuana out In the breeze.
few of the drugs were con
because it is so easy to get rid
by flushing them down the LTD-Crown
according to the $ .Country Squlro Victoria/
THOMAS METALS ING. 500 Thund.rbtrdSllv.r _
pointed out that it was the Anniversary/
In memory that the entire 'Town Landau
had been searched In a
manner. The haul by the Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage

to officers the amount was of roughly contra- Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows $ 400 LTD All other IUF1OO LTDs and
thru F-35O 4.2s
confiscated in
an average year
said.estimated that they got Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save Raneh.ro
the shakedown only 80 percent
weapons. "DELIVERY $ All olherThunderblrds.
Correctional Officer Col. Tom Lake Butler, Fla., 496.2013 300 and Granada
predicted that inmates would
within a week. Dugger
a month at the most.
should slow down assault some Pinto
will drive up the black market r I $ *
of knives," Dugger said. -
-.- = 4.2s
would be interesting to have ..
shakedown in a week," Dug- : 2OOFiestas
"But it creates tension and if COUPON 9' .
it very often, it becomes har- '
." Wishbone Chicken '= ur $
search began at 6 a.m. Thurs .

19, and was over late that K Fourth of July/ cI s

were looking for all
possessions, such as ex- Z
cups and silverware Weekend Special % \ Just When You Need It Most. .
from the dining hall in addition ,
and drugs.They also were 8 GET MONEY BACK FROM FORD
for stacks of and I
newspapers 21 PC.
pointed out that a perma- fChiCken$999 f
it becomes becomes excessive a contraband He item In- Get 2 Qts: z. REBATE OFFER ENDS JUUf$2i 1930

some cells had more of the '. F.RfLCDKE
number of sheets, towels, e
clothes and other per- '
41.J-4777 items Indicated unannounced Served In 32 oz plastic tumblers TERWILLEGARTORS

searches of an individual I Sfar/ce 984-5859 Lake Butler 49t-27as
cellblock, cell or inmate are
its. But kind.the shakedown was the With Coupon Only GOtJPO4y \ I

have been considering doing it

206 W. Madison 964-7200 Starke. Fla.



: BOAT snow" FJ"t'


In Starke Fl.
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Bass Runabout SpecIals *

SpecialsPisces HIGH -Borum ,
( )
14'' Welch '485 Rambler 14' PERFORMANCE Cougar
Pisces TRIPLE 'P'
14 Costello '585 Deluxe Bass Boat -40 Mere. Pisces XR,1600Mere.. 150

l 14 Stumpknocker '675 Electric. 85 Spirit Power Trim
Mere. 90 Power Trim
12' Stumpknocker '385 f Magic Tilt I Power Trim Magic litMagic .
Trailer Magic Tilt Trailer
(USED 'I Reg. $6570 Reg.B895
Reg. ;4695 Reg.
1979 Evinrude 25 '950 SPECIAL' $5395 .BAT SHOW $3895' BOAT.SPECIAL SHOW '4795 BOAT SPECIAL j6800

1979 Chrysler 15 '795

1979 Chrysler 7.5. '575 Tide Craft Spit Fire II

1973 Johnson 9.5 '495 65 Spirit Electric
Mere. 90 Power Trim Reg. $3695
Tilt Trailer
1973 Merc. 7.5 '450MANY Magic '

Reg. $5065 BOAT SPECIAL SHOW. $"27.v'nr


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