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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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City Clean-Up, Campaign. Begins' Saturday ,',:I, RADFOR c illS IllJIiI


Saturday July'12 will bean all-out Target Day fora ed Dear the streets where the collectors: can easily reach It OlJJy
general clean-up In Starke, kicking off a month-long drive for loading. All civic clubs have are requested to get \\
sponsored by the Starke Woman's Club with the cooperation volunteer committed from each group to assist. with.Qieproject SINCE 1879
of the city street department and various civic -
group. A group from the Lawtey Correctional Institute It is planned to start in the area of the poet office and
Baa volunteered to assist. In the drive and will be on band Woman's Club and fan out from these centers up and downas
Saturday- many streets as possible.
Volunteers are asked to meet at t a.m. In the Florida The Woman's Club committee and Commissioner
Bank parking lot adjoining UM Woman's Club.All workersare Waters will meet volunteers at 9 a m. and will assign
asked to bring a hoe rake shovel, wheelbarrow areas or let workers choose the area they wish to work: In.
edger slinger or any other tool that might be useful( In The Woman's Club asked all Interested persons to call
clean-in work.' their friends and neighbors and alert ,
City Commission Wilbur Waters,chairman of the'clty tunity to get their premises clear of accumulatedwhile
street department, will have trucks ready for hauling off city trucks are available Saturday to move heavy
trash and ,such. appliances old tires used -, appliances that they: do ordinarily handle. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
lumber another articles: if placed: near the street.Loaders The city dump will bee open all day Saturday' so Individuals -
will be on the Job along with the trucks may use their own trucks to haul away UlstVesr' STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy !
All city residents are asked to have trash and Junk plan materials If they wish to help In this way. SlstIssue Thursday.July 1'. two USPS 082-700,

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on the county's$2 million-plus reserve funds. With that source exhausted -
budget for fiscal 8041 begins Monday the commission is further
c night,July 14,aU p.m. when commissioners faced this. summer with cutting expenditures -
begin hearing explanations of or raising. taxes A max-
spending requests from departmentheads. imum 8 percent tax increase Is! allowed -
this year under state law without
Nothing has changed yet to alter the vote of the people. Under new state
'gloomy outlook of a budget In which law commissioners can Increase
expenditures outstrip Income by taxes more than the 8 percent U
several hundred thousand dollars. resulting millage If less than the
The commission is still ,faced with 10-mlll cap and the Increase la! approved
'coming up with ways to levy additional by four of the five board
millage or with cutting deeply members. If taxes are increasedmore
into services. than a percent and resulting
Clerk Cib Brown and his staff are millage would go above 10 mills the ,
working feverishly this. week to come Increase must be voted on.

up with Income estimates for com' .Trying to find a way around some of
missioners to work with Monday Its millage problem the CommissionIs
night. Main purpose of Monday investigating special tax districtsfor
night's session, however la to'have such things as fire and recreation

the budget requests explained.. funding. Attorney Dudley Hardy Is
rl "We won't be able to tell them researching establishment of
anything," Clerk Brown points out. special tax districts In Alachua County
and may have report for the commission
The tax roll Is not yet certified, so this week.
there Is no Information about how The board hopes the millage In
much millage will have to be levied. special taxing districts can be leviedIn
receive praiser Jimmy Alvarez addition to the 10 mills aUowed
has a 80-day extension from under law.
the Dept. of Revenue but expects his The Commission has Invited Sheriff
roll to be complete within the next two Dolph Reddish Zoning Director L.M.
weeks Gaines County Agent Bobby Taylor
(!1it Rotted Trees on Walnut St. Get the Axe by City Crew Clerk Brown expects the roll to be Librarian Dan Smith and County
l down because of Increased Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal to appear
b yS$ .'A city crew took down two rotted trees la front of the Kln-|4. At left Waters digs into the hollowed eat tree bottom. In homestead exemptions up' from before the commission to answer
yaw M.. f', rA cold home oa Walnut Street Tuesday afternoon., the picture above U tcrv feeds limbs Into Uia."cMpper"; $1,000 to $2Sooi, already allowed for questions about their budget this'
.1 .City eMueilmen WUowr'Water called the crew out,*,! machine that ehew..ttWbranch ba ritd leaves. ap school millage and eJrI led to be ap- ..Monday. ,nigh*." Ro'_' v/
dismantle the aged< shade trees one of which lost a limb, In and spit them .tat the'uiiek bed.':"This would be four or, proved for county'miltage In the upcoming Last yeke onljrW,000Wasfrhnmed
1 Sunday alght's rain and storm. five truck loads full tat It west even half fill up that one Oct. 7 balloting the run-off. from the budget requests In three
"You can seeup.: top her&. woodpecker lives how truck after we put IT through,the chipper" said Dees who primary. lengthy budget trlmmllll aeaalON.
they're rotted out" Waters noted. "And Merrill (Merrill Is standing behind the machine la the picture: above. "We 125,000 homestead exemption W expected -, This. the budget Is! further
year complicated
Dees the city's utilities director) went to clean his boot off also Just bought a stump grinder! so we don't have to contract to take some$33 million off the by $100,00 which will have to
a while ago and kicked hole right through the bottom of a company from outside the city. to come In and grind tax roll. If the tax roll .is up some $25 be placed in the budget as the first
the down million via increase values,
one of 'em. stumps anymore. as expected to the state the
on $700,000
the Increased: homestead exemption payment
which the commission
is to cost the
expected county
received during the current fiscal

Lightning, Rain, Wind: Cause Damage in City revenue.If the, Clerk values Brown are certified expects county as expected of year secondary which resurfaced road around about the 45-mtlea county.A all.

millage to be bumping the legislative $40,000 item for the auditing of

Record-breaking heat that has scourged the area since Into city hall burning out the core, with only a rubber-. cap of 10 milles Current year millagewas See County Budget. Page z//%
July :2 and sent mercury soaring to 104 degrees at Camp plastic casing: left 788 and If the tax roll goes
Standing two days this week climaxed In a freak wind, Electricity was off from 30 minutes to two hours Sunday down the millage could go up to over
strom late Sunday afternoon keeping Starke utility line night in most parts of the city due to falling trees and nine mills.! Brown saysThe (UrterTHUMOAY.
million lawn
crews working all night In a futile attempt to restore limbs. City crews were out most 01= in a vain attempt current$2.:2 budget was She
power to much of the city., to keep the power on. As workmen would balanced by using some $400,000 in

The man high temperature registered at Blending since restore service fuses would blow out and power would go
July:2 has topped 100 degrees with successive highs of 100 off again trouble after inspection of lines to s
97, 98, 104, 104. 99. and 102 for the eight-day period, July find the dark.
2-9. City Commissioner Charles Schaefer: helped man Index...
Heightening the heat factor was the lack of usual midsummer phones at the police station where calla poured in from all Se/ryry$
..rains with only half an Inch average reported parts of town. The city was hampered by being one man
..FsYi.t the three Bradford County fire towners since July 1,and 6 shot on its line crew so plant employees were called in to Two Sections
inch at the help in the emergency. Restoring power. took so long SECTION At
Blandlng during same period.At
because of the time required to find out wha blew each News ... ... ... .....Pages IA-3A J1
the height of the storm lightning, struck the 75-foot fuse and to repair the trouble. Utilities Director Merrill Editorial.....,.....'......"e 4A
communications tower at city ball knocking out the Dees said. IportI..IA&'ASocllty.
y telephone intercom and the city radio communications: So far to massive bet wave that has scorched' the lower ... ..i.Pages SA14ALegalst
tea 'dy, t t .network. Repairmen worked all day Monday restoring Mississippi valley and most of the Midwest Southwest ,. Real Est.......Page lOA
services and Civil Defense director Jerry Thompson and Southeast has resulted in at least Itl deaths: 87 in SECTION Bi --=

worked all night Sunday repairing the CD base station Texas 28 in Arkansas 17 In Oklahoma 8 In Tennessee,six Briefs.. ....... ... .....x...:, ...48 JULY It
with spare parts gleaned. from the surplus property In Kansas, three In Louisiana! two each In Alabama and Obltu.rl..a,. 4BClassifieds.
.L.aftl +J warehouse. Lightning struck the cable on a tower leading Missouri and one In Mississippi. / ..*..,,.. Page BA7B CHAMSMBOANDDlniwr Mailing




I 14, Qualify Tuesday, Races Apparently Set For County Positions G..t..12.11'.M.SATURDAY.' SUARCFlihFry JULY 12


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14 persons qualified with the Bradford mission. Jennings! Starling Joe Warren necessary will be held Tuesday October VOA-MIS cmi frees
visor of Elections office at the and Wilbur Waters qualified for 7. and the General tlon will t.OA CampgroundDone".
County Courthouse In Starke held *-$1.00
be
as the race. Tuesday November 4. .
qualifying for the 1980 county elections Incumbents officials' quallfing
opened Tuesday July $ aQua noon. Tuesday include: : Neva Flynn supervisor SUNDAYOMNHOUSI JULY 11
n will close Tuesday.July 22, of elections;' Jimmy Alvarez Expected to qualify In the county I

at noon. property appraiser Tom Casey,, races:
Six races are apparently set If all superintendent of schools; ; Gilbert S. Emmitt Akridge has announced he Itl,,....,,......Chunk
those who 'previously announced. (Gil) Brown, clerk of the court' andDolph will enter the tax collector's race. Pello.rshlp. Hall
qualify. Reddish, sheriff. r.,Introduce CIIHUMCommunity
Three of the expected candidatesfor Several other candidates may enter Meted
the tax collector's post filed at the Lawrence Mosley entered the race the County Commissioner District 5 lnvl *4
for County Commission, District. 1, to
opening of"the qualifying period. race including Homer Hart and
Veteran county official J.R Kelly la challenge veteran Lawte Commissioner possibly Richard Roberts. F ..6x
Dave Shuford. MONDAY. JULY 14
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to retire In after
January serv-
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going 32 ;yean in the poet. No one has filed yet for the County qualify Sandra for the Norman Supervisor Is expected Elections to BRADFORD COUNTY

On the opening; day Carl Hurst and Commission District. 3 seat now held race. Budget-He.dnsMeeting grog A.M.,
Steve Simmons filed their Intention to by. Maxie Carter Jr. r 5 1117ec ,
Dave r. f
Shuford Is runt
expected to
or
seek the post. Wednesday morning J.R. (Jimmy) Lawson, District S, re-election .
as District 1 Commissioner
County -
July 0, Kelly's chief deputy Esther and Vernon Parmentor District. 4. ., vISDAY. $ r,
Shuford Hall went to the supervisor of ,
school board Incumbents registeredon ..J STAMCICITYCOUNCKCITYOftTARKt
elections and qualified to seek the the first afternoon of the qualify Maxle Carter Jr. will run for reelections ," \ Maine. _,.DeP.M.
. .. .
ing. as District S County Commissioner :
Three ,10\
candidates have surfaced In but has not qualified as yet )., ,' ."..
the County Commissioner district S The first primary for'the county "4'( Qualifying" B.. -
qualified to succeed Hazel Paulk who races will be held Former school board member bp"r. .. .. .
,
to retiring after five yean on the comRegistration -. September 9.:The runoff !Tuesday Rodney Hall a veteran of }8.yean on "' \." '>" :,., HlllstONN SMUNOS
Volunteer Pile. Dept;
Johnnle-on-the-Spot..., _/ ..g-,. 0 P..M.CowrtMyOf .
I. Swim ] Set 14-18 : N.rthdd. s.Ptla' Chairs
ProgramRe gistrati July owpervlsor. ef Reglasratlaa Neva tty aaj had,only to walk around coaster to be ,
the first candidate I* officially. sign up to run wheat qualifying opened at noon
Tuesday. Waiting behind Mrs. Flynn la District wheat board member VernonParmeatar. ,
for the Bradford County classes
Lawtey Elementary Thursday. July and returning to the schools. '
Beth are to have '
expected opposlUoa.
Schools Community Education 17 from,8:30 i : 11::30. Only those Students who attend Brooker ,
swimming program will be held the students 'who 'returned the survey Hampton and Southslde will be in the JACKSONBUILDING j
week strra1will form In May are eligible) to par first class which begins a 9 a m. The the bored announced last week be the non-partisane's election with ,
\ be held at UMBradfordUnion ticipateregistration In the swimming cia... A second class will be composed of will... the District 4 post he gave up the office of the Secretary of State in SUPPLYOf
Area Vocational- fee of ..00 per student Lawtey and SUrke Elementary and four years ago so Parmeter will apparently Tallahassee before the July 22
Technical Center from I:SO S-30 will be charged to help off-set the coat: this session will start abet 10:15. have opposition.\ deadline. Stork.
Monday,July 14 through Friday July of the Additional Intonation will be provided Rep. Frank Winlame. D. Crystal Hwy :301 964-6079
18.,at Hampton Elementary School ,The sing class will be held at the tt vt ! Tuesday, July 15 from ':30 11:30: August 4 IS at Camp Blandlng. calling Davie ..tee .at the Bradford- Bradford County Judge Elxle S. 'qualify,for a new term with the -Keystone.H.Ights nJ
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Brooker Elementary School Wednesday Transportation will be provided from Union Are*. > ,tfCational-Teconlcal Sanders i. expected to qualif for n- Secretary 'of State's 'Office In Hwy It A.
July II from 5:3011:30.' and each of the elementary schools! to the Center, set Kflft election 'but wlU have to qualify far Tallahassee, 4734773eo.

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I Qualifying Opens July 15 For Stark Posts I. I



Merrill Edward veteran Starfce City the Commission meeting Tuesday Two candidates for seats on the city W etcott, a teacher at the Vocational 4
Clerk announced Tuesday July 8that July 15, la when he will officially an- commission went to City Hall Tues Starke.
official qualifying for the Stark nounce what seats.are. to be detor- day July 8, and did sign up for Jimmy Crosby,Jr.qualified for the
City election will begin Tuesday July mind.. separate commission races, Group 3 seat being vacated by Commissioner -
15. at noon and end on Tuesday,July Harold Epps who is not

29. Edwards pointed out the city Bobby Milner. Jr.;qualified for the seeking a new term.
the election is the second Group 1 seat now held by Commis- Ted Oglesby Group 5 Commissionerseat
"Nobody can qualify until after Tuesday September which this sioner Wilbur Waters who Is going to will also be determined in this
next Tuesday when I certify to the year t. qualifying run for a seat on the BradfordCounty year's election. He is expected to
Slarke City! Commission what office on or before 50-day priory to the elec Commission. Milner Is expected to be make an announcement soon on
are. open: Edward said. He said at ,tion. opposed in the election by Walter E. whether be will seek a new term.




. 5 Government Seats on the Line As Qualifying Opens in HamptonNo 1


one has qualified for the Hampton In each race being elected to the WUma McDaniel also expires this August to go to work for the Waldo
City election a* the Telegraphwent posts. year. Police Department
to press for the offices of marshal Qualifying fees for the mayor and ,
mayor city clerk and two city Acting Mayor Ted Curtis Sr.'s, Clerk Iris Hart's term also ends and two council seats will be$30. Fees for
term
as mayor and chairman of the she will have clerk will be$120 and fee for
council seats with the deadline for to run for a new term. city marshall
council expires with the election. He The fees amount to 5
entering the races set for noon Tues- 47918.
day July 22. was selected as chairman and acting Marshal Fred Phillips was appointed percent of the annual salary.
mayor last September after no. one to his post last September. He Persons wishing to run for any of
qualifed for the mayor's post. will have to run to.retain the post furs the offices qualify with Hart.
The election will be held Tuesday one-year term. Phillips succeeded 176 are registered vote in
September 9,with the top vote getters The term of council vice-chairman RiK (CQT) Wade who resigned last the Hampton persons City Election.


'Odd Couple* to be Staged...

Fastidious Fells (Crover'Howard), left and messy, grumpy Oscar (Don I
7TWi Jennings Starling Qualifies Neel) will star laThe Odd Couple'to open July S4 si the Starke Coif*Country

flub
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The play will run Thursday! Friday and Saturday nights for twoweeksr July'

For Dist. 5 Commission Post H-n and July II-"ugust'l.. <
Tickets are on sale at the pro shop at the country club. ....5441. and at Merle
Merman Cosmetic Studio on Thompson Street In Starke. phase....7355
Jennings Starting 57, of Graham, forsJennings
put his name on the line for,the
District 9 county commission seat

when qualiflng opened Tuesday, July Kirkpatrick Qualifies Tuesday For Senate

The District 5 seat Is being vacatedby
In this 16 district.\ I
people county
Mrs. Hazel Paulk the current seat
GAINESVILLEGeorge
have found them to be genuinely concerned -
Also Mrs. Paulk'sseat
occupant seeking
Kirkpatrick, 41-year-old Alachua about the problems and issues
on the county commission are County building contractor: made official
that must face In the
we coming
feed seed, and fertilzer store owner his candidacy for the state .
41 Homer Hart. Starke commissioner senate District II,qualifying Tues- years. '
I' "I look forward to challenge of the
Wilbur and former Starke
Waters day, July 8, with the Secretary of great responsibility of representing
Joe Warren.
'IIt !" '" mayor State in Tallahassee. the people in the Sixth .District *
,;
.. Starling lives on a farm at Graham.He Kirkpatrick who has campaigned
.
;: ,!\;, owns three trucks which haul his Kirkpatrick says.
relentlessly since announcing can
.. '""- ..... Kirkpatrick began a two-week tour
-- llmerock and produce operates a in October 1979 Is glad the
land clearing business, and has the race now official. of the district Tuesday July t. to announce -

Gizmo store at Lake Geneva with his "I've spent the last eight months on his candidacy In each county.He .
Is due in Bradford County next
son. Eddie. the road getting the input I need to
The Hospital Auxiliary Presents... Twice in the past Starling has beenan represent the varied Interests of the Tuesday, July 16.
unsuccessful -andidate for sheriff
A" .87.check for IX new bed at Bradford County Hospital presented to Administrator back in 1960 and then eight years ago
One Libby from the Hospital Auxiliary.Presenting the check are Sheriff Reddish
when current Dolph Small Cars More in Accidents I
Auxiliary President Doris Overstreet center and Mrs. Bernandine Early who first ran. This is the first time Starting Dangerous
has. put la over Z.S80 hours of volunteer duty at the hospital. has run for the county commis:
sion. .. TALLAHASSEE-Occupants of subcompact vehicles are at a distinct disadvantage -.
Starling considers his experience hiland Starling cars are 51 times more likelyto in a traffic crash."

road budding, road upkeep Joins Commission Race be killed than the occupants of a

Hospital Auxiliary 'Helps Out'The clearing, and working with heavy agree, I'll vote against It." he semi-truck when the'two collide said "The driver.of a subcompact car
machinery as qualifications for the stresses the Florida Highway Patrol today.A should treat larger cars and trucks

Bradford County Hospital Aux- .$1.1194.24 for a Stryker recovery county commission.He has been self- Starling grew In'the Brooker recent national study also shows the same as a motorcyclist should
up "
stretcher' for the 35 that even !the occupants of full size treat all cars, with respect.
Its employed past years.
iliary presented largest donation room ; area. He was born just across the
of the e for draperies in all South cars are 26 times more likely to sus-
$3,500
year to Administrator David with county line in Alachua County,the son
says
"Small desirable for their
tain fatal than of cars are
Libby Friday,June 20. Wing patient rooms; his elm board members, if elected.. of the late H.E. Starling and Pearlie Injuries occupants a at the and
semi-truck when collide. even-
they economy gas pump
Iras for three Gendron wheel
Thomas .
But if he doesn't with them.he'U Starling.He
The$8,876 amount which brings the chairs agree Colonel Eldrlge Beach, Patrol tually they will provide the bulk of
; has
three children and
group's I960 contribution to$15.2161.29. .$765.05 for a movie projector used vote his convictions Starling all two stepchildren said,.Ujita.juch. time. as highway traffic..but large trucks!' 811d1
Eddie more
,, ; Diane! '
grown
enabled the boel'ltalactUhe ,by tM haspUal'8 cgatiraMngltduesiooprogram $ -"""'" Snow and the larger cars are off the !tosses'.will 'Jft .. 4oFi ,3''CW811

last of.fti .all\l8l 1f"with 1Y.recogllitl4yed ., ;. a ';'-, .,;1.;. ..-. -.v*. '''III.Dot.y.. man.-If I don't are C, qc Mikllt and lJIrley"19.epdIiJ, f roads! the com aGc f an| Jubco.mpac.t. t1.T. VI1;'the, 1saJ d",1.. 11(11..I..M.WI ...,.tI"... ,

m -!- -;IiJ.Rm11; ...., ..>" ect...!Crl-: dining fzaofor room.Iriperleainlbcemployee 4., i S4. : .* Ik'::; !! s U o' -..

All funds raised by the group come ..
Within the past year the Auxiliary from either private donations,
has also provided: hospital gift shop profits or proceeds
from the auxiliary's annual booth at
.1.250 for lobby furniture; the Bradford County Fair. f4LONNE ,,.t.;:'..:..... DrearnMaker

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I County Budget... -c-tk\t\ "WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE.

GET YOU READY "
WE'LL FOR TODAY.
From Page 1A Recreation Department. $20.000;
District III Mental Health Board
department has also been mandatedby
$1,304 Recreation
; Lawtey Department -
the state legislature to be paid by 11.500 Town of Brooker.
each county. Previously the Depart- $2.500; Lawtey, Volunteer Fire
ment of Revenue audited each county -
Department fC.935 Theressa
!but a year ago the 1979 legislative Volunteer Fire ;
Department, ".!H7;
session turned down for
a request Bradford
County Volunteer Fire
120-additional auditors and placed the
Department $10,888: Communications -
Financial burden on each county. and Civil Defense, $34.071;

The counties screamed and In a Bradford-Union Association for
special session late last year the counties Retarded Citizens. $$.005; North Cen-
received state assistance to pay tral Florida Regional Planning Council 'J
for the audits with the stipulation that $3,007; Bradford County Extension :
starting October 1. 1980 that each Service. $35,607; Concerned 1 1
county pick up the tab for the audits. Citizens of Bradford Coutny.. lO.Ono; ).' '
HRS Community Day Care CenU -, .
Brown told the commission that $10.296; Mosquito Control $SO...";
most of the department heads have
Property Appraiser $ Cleikof
placed a 6.5 percent raise for their County Court.$48293; Clejrk of Cir- L

employees.Chairman. cuit Court. $48. 93; Clerk of Court
Dave Shuford after learning Finance t Department. $49.815; Clerk
of the requests stated; "I don't of Circuit: Court Department. $97,823;
know where the money is coming Bradford County Hospital. $155,000;

from"A race track funds; Bradford County
$34.000 budget has been requestedfor Custodian Department. $70.3<6
; AS SEEN ON THE -
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the communications and civil =t .
Supervisor of .
Elections $51,104; TODAY SHOW"AND A .
defense programs. Earlier Bradford Depart-
County Sheriffs THE
matching "TONIGHTSHOW'
the county was notified\ that
ment, $340.590; Road and Bridge AND IN I )lam "
funds were being suspended this 4
year. fund that includes Bradford County WOMAN'S DAY"

Full details on the matching funds Sign Shop. $330.123; Veteran Service MAGAZINE. 4,

for civil being suspended maybe Officer, $6,036; Motor Vehicle Inspection a.ai r V h .
found elsewhere in the Telegraph. Station $18,455; Tax Collector.
Last year the commission was $90,000; Zoning and Building $...819.
limited in the amount of money they The commission: met Wednesday
could raise the budget. Gov. Bob July 9, with representatives of the ". .. e
Graham set a five percent limit over county's eight fire departments to try .. .'
present revenue. That amounted to to determine the funding for county .R, :--- l .....)r IUJ
.223 mills just $33,000 in ad valorem fire fighting.THBBRADFORD. .
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taxes or 2.9 percent Because of that a r;.
tax Increase of 22 cents per$1.000 or
$6.69 on a $30,000 property evaluationwas
set up. LUXURIOUS"" F-OirrUNE 4"JOBBER RODS FOR posTUH-x rtm exm EXCLUSIVE FLEX.O-PEDIC
COUNTY TELEGRAPHs QUILTED COVER OVEN r SAG-FREE BORDER SUPPORT NEEOEO FOO FOUNDATION FOR
The current set TOTALLY
budget millage was
PuMsafe. THE MCAVIEft MAT OFVOURBOOV.
SUPPORT.
every Thursday Of FOAM COMFORT. BALANCED
at 7 889 and the commission faces a t .W.Call Street SLEEP SYSTEMS.
cap of lo-mills according: to figures Starfce.FlerMa.S2MI
presented to the commission: by the

auditor Brown received a letter from Stttmt SUrke.FI.rt4a Class postage paM at IT'S. FACT TOO DO BETTER WHEN TOO SROF IT
Washington D.C. that federal

revenue sharing funds would again be BeheerM Ratnl

available but at a reduced rate. No ..tnde_:$Ma pertS.aa.fr "'" We are open Saturday tll 5:30 pM for your
figures have been received sa to Just
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what revenue sharing funds will be .alto .ar '
available. shopping convenience. .k Since 1923
OatsUe trade areas$I..**per year
Budgets requests for 198041 include ...tabs.......
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t Wood-Burning Mission to Washington"Not

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one critical comment (was possible entire new power plant. blem over to the Utility Committee of planning board and the power plant
spoken), on the Starke project" by The council at Commissioner Ted which Oglesby is chairman. bond trustees. Commissioner Harold
',.aAejy u. of Energy officialsIn Oglesby's suggestion agreed to pay Epps promised that U nobody else
,rLr Washington, D.C.L consultant Bob any further expenses of Gurin in connection Discussed when it would study appointees he will
Gurin told the City Commission In a : with the Starke project.Gurin subdivision regulations but set no have 021with .
July 1 report of the a ty's appeal of!the is to turn In expense vouchers to Com work session on the topic. Council
turndown of the wood-burning ,power' miasioatednerit The council in members agree, however the city Heard Schaefer sty he had several
h generation flail. di c see that Gurin to needs to adopt subdivision regLJi-: things to bring up but preferred to
'' t errq "It was. ,an entirely successful remunerated for his efforts,, tlons. wait for a full council so If a decisionwas
h trip." Gurin said of the local reached no member could say he
'delegation* persistent push to convert In other action July 1, the council: Was reminded by Schaefer that didn't have a chance to vote en it.Two
one of the city's power plant vacancies exist on the zoning and of the S members were absent July 1.
engines to burn wood as an alternative Approved the reclassification of
energy roj.Starke the Rowland property on Madison and /
,group visited Sen. Lawton Chiles Orange Streets from RlC to RP for
Sen. Dick Stone and Rep. Don Fuqua multi-family residenclal buildings or
and officiate In the Department of offices, as recommended by the city i
know the best
Energy (DOE) who had turned down Zoning and Planning Commission. Want to :
the Starke project. The planning and zoning board will to
reason buy a
DOE defined the rejection 'of tin meet at 7 p.m. July 29 to consider I
r Starke project as "having fallen Intoa reclassifying the entire block surrounded VICTOR from the Office
crack" of being too advanced In by Madison, Orange, Gardiner -
planning for a feasibility study and and Myrtle Streets. Shop?
not yet ready for submission for DOE.
funds. With GUM as consultant the Gave preliminary approval to -
city was seeking' a portion of some plans of Longchamp Homes Inc. to Baoausanhanjour
$2.2 billion In federal funds available build a subdivision of duplexes for
I through DOE to study and develop adults 50-years of age and over on vacant machine breaks down,
0 alternative energy souces. property on Beesent Road just
The Starke delegation "could not east of the Presbyterian Church j pro-* ..'lIel" you loaner
have had a better reception" from perty. The plans were presented by
DOE officials: who,' Gurin told the surveyor Pat Welch. Counellmembers I
council "could only be described ai wonder If the city can afford
embarrassed. The DOE official to extend utilities to the proposed MODEL 100
told the Starke group that the Florida development which is yet to be
congressional delegation had been presented to the city zoning board.

Can of Worms... putting the pressure on them.
DOE!: Indicated the concept of a Argued over paving of the now
It may be confining to a layman,but J.A.Nanders of the local telephone company wood-fired power generator to valid, lime-rocked city hall parking lot the
em figure out the mane of wires takes to provide service to the 25-odd Gurin said, and 'asked the Stark space made available by demolishing
phones In city hall. delegation to define the project Into the old city hall. City Clerk Merrill Electronic Printing Calculator
Lightning struck the communication tower at city hall,and also knocked out phases. Edwards asked when the parking lot
Intercom phone service In city hill.Ladies taking Incoming calls Monday had to That Is what Gurin and Stark will be paved. Utilities superintendent o Combination calculator and adding machine
hoof It from one end of city hall to the other to tell someone they had a phone grant coordinator Linda Day are Merrill Dees said bids had been a Easy to operate with minimum training
engaged in doing as quickly as possible sent out. Bristling Edwards said no
call.By late Monday afternoon Nanders had the system working.. Above NandersIs Gurin said. bids had been sent out through his office a Adding machine keys separated from calcu-
working on the power unit In the key system. Gurin told the council he It Councilman Charles Schaefer, lators-minimizes operator error.
rewriting the p: ,j"rt to convert just Streets Committee chairman at
one engine to a wood-burning unit. He whose instructions the bids were requested e Features"adding machine" logic
suggested the Number 5 engine, an said he Is waiting to get the
,000 KW Superior which has been same firm who will pave the addi- e Accepts drop-in ribbon cartridge for fast
No One Appeared to SpeakOn broken down for some time, be con- tional roads for the county. neat and easy changes
verted. That way the city could kill "Well, the bids usually come from
two birds with one stone, Gurin the other side," Edwards said, "This
pointed out. is the fist time In 21 years..."
Comprehensive Plan U conversion of the initial engine is "I'm just trying to get the Job done,
successful Gurin said he forsees ". that's all," said Dees. Available for only $14900OFFICE

Representatives of Bradford Coun- the elements of the plan, according to
ty, Brooker, Hampton and Lawtey Marlin Sanderson of the North Cen- Was told by Clerk Edwards that
gave final approval to the many tral Florida Regional Planning Coun- Goldwire the Florida Public Service Commission
elements of the comprehensive plans cil In Gainesville who assisted local has Issued a directive that all
filed this week with the Secretary of officials in drawing up the plan. Get PromotionMichael power generating companies adopt a
State's Office In Tallahassee, according Sanderson explained the state M. Goldwire has been promoted flat rate schedule which Incorporates: I SHOP
toL.M. Gaines,Bradford County of Community Affairs to vice-president and executive the present fuel adjustment charge by
Zoning Director. objected by saying the plan did not assistant to the president for Burnup> March 1, 1980. Vice-Chairman Ted
Hearings were held Thursday,June meet requirements br.not having a &Sims Inc., It has been announced by Oglesby, presiding at the July 1 110 W. Call St. Starke Fla. 964-5764
12,and Thursday,June 28,with no one detailed study for Nick A. Caporella, president and meeting, turned the rate change pro- ,
speaking out against the plan at Under the law passed by the state chief executive officer of the com
either hearing. legislature In 1975 governments are pany.
Elements of the state-required not required to change their plans but Goldwlre is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
growth plans accepted include must only respond to comments. Gilbert Goldwire. 220 N. Mimosa
potable water, sanitary sewer, Bradford County replied that it met Drive of Starke.
drainage,1' ltd waste. disposal requirements by providing general As a member of the Burnup Sims
utilities, public buildings, and related, policy plan which would be Ira- ,management Beam, Mike Goldwlre
facilities, recreation and open space plemerited on'a case-by-case basis will have overall responsibility for FREEEHECKING'
conservation Intergovernmentalcoordination when the need arises. corporate communications, corner t" '
economic feasibility ,Four county commissioners were munity relations and public affairs
components traffic circulation, and present at the final heart and will report directly to the president ,
housing. Vice-chairman Hazel FeuiM, Chairman Goldwire joined the diversified
Only one organization objected to Dave Shuford and Commissioners telecommunications service company with
Maxie Carter Jr., and E.L. in 1972 as personnel director fora
(Nook) Norman subsidiary and advanced to corporate '
Hampton had the entire city council director of public relations. S
More Fish Kills present. They Included Mayor Ted B. Before joining Burnup & Sims,
in St. Johns 'Curtis, Sr. Councilwomen Jane Hall, Goldwire was director of personnelfor IDDD SAVINGS
Expected Williamson, in
Lola and Wilma United Telephone Company of
TALLAHASSEE A massive fish McDanlel plus Council Member Florida in Ft. Myers. He graduated
kill which has covered a six-mile Chuck Rowland. from Bradford High School in 1958
stretch of the St.Johns River could be Lawtey was represented by Mayor- and from the University of Florida In at
the forerunner of more such kills this Commissioner Robert Scott who is 1962. :
summer.F also a member of the Bradford County A native of Florida, Goldwire now
G, Banks, director of the Divisionof Zoning and Planning Board. lives In COral Springs with his wife,
Fisheries for the Game and Fresh Brooker was not represented at the Bobbie, and two daughters. Laurie
Water Fish Commission, said the cinditloni final hearing. and Beth. .
which resulted In the death ofat
least 10 million fish arent likely to
drastically Improve over the next few

"months."Lack of dissolved oxygen needed THAT'S,
by the fish is the Immediate case of
the kill, but the situation goes deeper
.than that" Banks said.
Because of excessive amounts of '
nutrients pumped into the St. Johns !
River by polluting runoff, the St.
Johns has heavy green algae blooms ,
throughout a considerable amount of '
Its span. r24x" 2 Bath
These algae need sunlight and proper
water temperature to grow. The 56' .,
rains which plagued the area' last 1248Sq.R. 1 1.In
week caused the algae to die off in .
massive numbers. When this happened rr -sr a -
the decaying plants utilized all the
available oxygen in the water leaving -
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none for the fish to breathe. OATH i MICHIlfWI ATN
The result was the massive dieoffof 1 "' DIMINa AaA -
fish on the river between Lake

Jessup and Lake Harney.Species killed .... T
Included largemouth bass (some
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ranging up to 12 pounds), bluegill .ATI'
redear redbreast black crappie MMILKOOM ss0s00M
channel catfish (from 10 to 20 110'00. LIVING DOOM CwpCvptt ..

pounds), garfish. gizzard shad and \ .

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The great bulk of the kill, Banks ,
said consisted of gizzard shad and ."."" ...L. ...J W1""'OO-j
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thread/In. Although these r species are r, 1111 ---I 1- -r-- -1H"
of immediate use to the sport-& I SOU UtoKI Hn-M...M'*.._8" Fl .. .

fishermen they provide necessary "< '
food for freshwater game fish. e There's something new Iri banking service, and it's ideal for you-
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fish kills aren't the only
The worrying Commission problem \e i $13,99600 "$1,000 in Savings." That's the name,and that's all you'll need.: ,

biologists. Possible effects of the dead If you maintain a balance of just $1,000 or more in gout I Insured'savings

and decaying fish and polluted waters account, you'll earn daily interest and enjoy Free Checking'no '.,,'
on wildlife In the area will be closely matter how checks be "
You'll
many you write. saving money'
studied by the Commission. Shingle Roof
"We expect more fish in the river e e, Carpet In Living Room while you're saving money; and hat's saving! .'
loon," Banks said. le Wood Siding & Front Room. So come in now to Florida National. the home of $1.000 In' <*< .,' ',

I,,. .. 30; Galv Water HeaterGyapumDrywall Gas Stove Savings: and Tillie the AlltimeTeller!! too ,' "

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21ss5-I---..shod....roofw so bring s saw now an wirerc..owt. big and its....esstry.......erassn De PAmeN -III ill,....afaaiIiea. .-.....iw.. sett ",... general ..inaag.iieflhe had say idea what..heeded toward

I .sup-.T ....too....eebow Ch..p is no.wtgrwth.d a pr teats.by at SiudsdTe.chnb Hospital in Jacksonville efBce at CJf. rehhaea Day Cbmq.
shoring rased she i. ...r roar Jadiss.rOe radio watt s 1I'QIK. G.a-.we. a.d .. Hawaiia_ .c..SQSa..6f-.
OQ ART IIIIDaMI hli..day: as ad.esting firm nest handles the Tropical Steno add-nowt ata.phem ban Mr seek "1 hop it doesn't happen,but if you
iieDws.ld M.ct.iII accost. tri a..as_ .reftheiad. .....pint get 2sts.cos people together on a Sun-
-We're koktos at acthritae for day wen have .six to 10 Off drug

. h .. .. .. . .. .. the anon tanuiy.; be ..... There everdoMSStansel told the eernsi.iosers. -
'' wil be pony rides, paracnattog.. aadaaaddsttontothe "We-ie Uabto to load op
; : \ \; :rj l1; air............... the hospital with CD's and there to
,. ,0:0'1 I.{'m"U'" \r\' \ M we will have valusereer. secori. also the ooesttoa"of who will pay for

.....; ....tit\. ANW Reserve -.lis at dIeir :
."." .. .. .n. .. ._." ." .. ..... cbBh b..,lie pIIItiac....
pro hers say that aha.t 8IIr: aw.d antral mmm a that are Slatted said If the county was called
air ef the toads raised win g. la the awCo 17.- pan to provide portable toilets for
Hampton in Court Ronald McDonald Jlease isG.msvine sanitation it would prove, ihffinitt."We .
Day Between i""ZI"" fa spits tef al the pre-pbMBg by don't .have enough in the entire
sand abaary asaode tam train atS a.spmub ...aw thing they faded la cehands.a crowd that large"
miik radars ace esee+esed bo attend dq he.e.er. was caatact the bttsud.
day
These sere' iso GrwonES" in a special 1 bearing before County The lesson is that violence the eY..a to hear several lace hoodft Cbmidy Health Depseteest .
Hampton over the Fourth of : Judge Etrie Sanders in an and lawlessness begets more and ere NMhIDe comuux win...._ ether branch of the toady Pmt any: What irritated Stansel...the cans -
and is backto Most.except the Sh.r's on .. .cones the apparent was.asSUnsel
July everything attempt to restore law and
violence and 1awJand
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Despite the geed .....11_. said "We Just happened to
normal or "better than order to the small community. that everyone loses in. the however an apparent lack efcomnsBflBcaboBS out about Ibis by accident.rind .''
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normal. as one law enforcement "We win have long non. In spite of the commercialized betweea tibo pro- Hereon Depsttned DincIIIr Ed
de facto
officer put it. no packaging of Barters and day Canary; etfioaldaeartakea srare..t.alma tan e..cn- rte The county has no law governing
vigilante groups| roaming this bog made the coq hard took Monday. ....... and tCbssrios Y" any type of large public gatheringi.Stamef .
The return to peace and community.; Those violating violence in movies and on at ctcJ.-: srdtasoe is .... ere ..kwsed the said, and thus the promoters
Quietude followed several due will have television where programs at its rvxutar stesia.. asb.dy ..... of the concert are under ao legal
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days of uiiiut and disturbance : the consequences:process the court pay portray lawlessness in all its obligation to tell anyone.

wiich: brought the nor told the group. "I will not many forms as romantic"" funny Stance added that he had checked
many placid community a smart and exciting, the with other counties for infomation on
flurry unwelcome and hesitate to do what is exact opposite is There County Agents their ordinances governing these

distastefulof notoriety on television necessary to maintain the is no satisfaction in attempting e.h..tT.ar k events and had several to offer the

screens and in newspaper peace of the community."We to resolve problems Notebook "= x Planning Department for study.

reports. Although news media are a community of through acts of violence. The commissioners voted

treatment in such rf usually people. We do not operate as There are no winners. Eventually -- unanimously to have the Planning<
mates the incident sand individuals. When take it everyone loses both Department study the situation and
more sematioaaJ than the actual to you address the victim: and the one who at- Weather conditions thin year have viding a home car lid pests, thatch come back with report on a proposed
upon yourself a. been msu.L Coal and ordinance.One .
wet condition BdnOBst the effectiveness Ol fcaffafCO*
to take the law into his
circumstances: will tempts
support at Star --.I ddayed nodes and. ftaoepades by restrictmg
the fact that any citizen grievance then you are own hands. most crop and than has bear me.r 111 fro the sal Water model ordinance from Suwan-
or group of atizens would at- violating the law. You are no allied ammo problems with irecesaid and.air moowemmest are are restricted, nee County provides standards for
tempt to set themselves up as better than the person who Hopefully the offenders at diseases...normally weald not causing dryspalS.crdLA8d" nurses and physicians in attendance
judge and jury is bad enough violated the law. Hampton have learned their hinder good production ef awvegetables. saturated thatch dries slowly. on call, for security personnel, three
lesson and the town will settle ..-- .--trwb+ ..... months advance notice to the county
And who is the winner in "You cannot be the judge. board of commissioners of such
down once again into its
nor- Then has beca a lot of wilt bight! events,and public liability insurance
such tnnnoil as prevailed in You cannot be the individuallaw mally peaceful routine. It is a aDd e.-a and rots tooKAse, As I said thatch to a plant residue policies of up to fSOO.OOO to cover the

Hampton for a period of enforcement officer. The lesson that all towns and peppers.squads MW sadom cat problem. A heakhy Ian produces cost of cleanups and soy damagefrom
several days? No one really sects, like aptucsi only time you can be the jury cities, as wen as the citizens as production af plant ttosee exeeds
and certainly not the Townof is when you are sitting in the thereof should heed and taketo worm pillars*. but ww been aii more and, other PM-&kmL i cote! the rate decay thatch win ae- New Kingsiey Beach Manager BiD
Hampton:: which in contrastto hahave
jury box. There is DO reason heart Peas !had rest problems. c-ulatt; Helsabeck said however.be told the
its traditional image as a the court should be lecturing especially be black ee variety and Sben "a Office about the plans two
sort of "Sleepy Hollow" In the eyes of the court: die cowpca cwcnho: that sous ormakes Overwatering and. --''ertiIUiDClie weeks ago and told the Health Department .

village must now, because of you on something you should "When you take it uponyourself pew wuraro has been.... w- contributes thatch bmikby TuesdaY. even as SUnsel was
its unfortunate have learned in civics class in to address a IbIMIIabIIC excessive reporting to the COIIUII 8icm.
aberration the admonish ing excess. i liKaaci oa the law* will
live down a media-created im- mil, .court grievance' then you are bYe.ne dry eondtoons we had ia late add to a thatch problem.! Aad. failure "The proper authorities knew about
age as a mini-Miami group.In better law. You are no May and June did help ai baking to ana*aai a favorable sal mvrooneed it." he said. He !said be had provided

populated by citizens willing Hampton's brief fling of the person who down taw dmasf. However. FBI far bacterial growth decreases extra Portolet toilets security and
to take justice into their own lawlessness, there may be violated the law." The days of begmnuig; to get cans and see some the rate irf thatch der mpamo onh additional lifeguards for the event.

bands. As a result. five found lesson for self-appointed law enforcersare brown patch and other dcsea.4 probtems -
a every city m our lawn.. Check: your ten tea.control requires roper A Sheriff's Office spokesman
citizens were arrested and 28 and town and every citizen over and must remainso. oIleD while we arc getting daily lawa es aad. agreed that Helsabeck had talked to

were subpoenaed to appear at living in that city or town. showers and be ready la treat if necessary. physical thatch removal. the office several weeks ago to inform
necessary- Only the BUBOBIBB amount cf fen them of the coming concert.
timer far food growth should be applied.

Speaking, of Lawn Tm beginning to Among ed add oar nay help

I Kennedy, The Spoiler? see area cplealew, notch thahatcM2.1Ita to our a oo IIIMdI[ bacterial decomposioon actionProper bystimodatieg Economic Turnaround

cI watermod and. --g are important.nsitMn .
sacral product grass pw.thThatcb. In
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M otxiat if
With Fourth of July holiday that it is a grudge fight and "good Democrat would ever which causes L.es tobecame die sal s...- ,buts retarded if it's

diversions over and gone and Kennedy seeks to cause so vote for a party member who> spongy and 1BIIrifty. is a. toe wet er toe dry. Lawn should Predicted at Rotary
the qualifying period for can- aecumataaoa of cIIIMI ..d always be Moved at the rerammnwied -
much divisjveness that it will had contributed to the loss of dJiac and If
didates. state and height breojoeacy. ant mare
national organic natter-old sa-----. Prediction of a turnaround by fan in
ensure the defeat of President an incumbent President,, with thaaeaefoarthteanethirdefBteleaftips
local opening Tuesday July and leave B balds betweea the
op the present rate of recession was
Carter in November. But a consequent loss of prestige led surface and the are reneved at each nowing
a. only the continuance: of the actively gmwamAceumulatians made at the Starke Rotary Club last
thatch whom ioaease& Removal 01
current beat wave can other sources close to the for the party.In wee Qs week by Gerald D. Moran. a former
prevent laws ttjn iiKi wh a grass catcher.
Senator believe be honestly vice president with a New York
the electorate: from giving recent of thatch Make or by raking should be a standard
weeks. Kennedy finance
thinks be still has a chance company.
its full attention. to theforthcoming however remote and unlikely has indicated that be might __very difficult.And.wale pro t practice.
elections. The speaker forecast a pickup .ia
the President
support if Mrt .
to capture the Democratic the building trades the"magic mo

nomination. ment" when the prime rate drops to
19 percent and mortgage money
These sources say that Ed- J becomes readily available at around
ward Kennedy has seen so FORESTRY ; f.

many events in his own life 1_. While making this optimistic
and the lives of his brothers II IN BRADFORD COUNTY By Mark Fries r forecast Moran said a new monetary
crisis is on the horizon with' economic
that
have without
warning planners facing the question of
turned the tide of events he is whether or not the free world's banking

convinced that opportunitiesrise 5r.Cite. system faces collapse in 1981. a
and fan on the whims of a .7A'.J"..; threat that .has existed since
fickle fate. If some unforeseen petrodollars flooded world markets.
circumstance occurs betweennow la almost every county is Florida a crete cautaaiaty: of cities. Trees go along Toe question is whether many too the
forester from the Florida Dep.rubeatd way towards shaking;cities more third world nations can afford service -
and November to send AgncaJtore and. fma-iaiii'r' Services veable and.attractive and the county' their present debt." Koran said.
President Carter sinking even humor Forestry a on hand forester can arrrrt landscape aratecls. "There is major fear that too manycountries
abet. lower in the' polls. Kennedy to render services to the pubbc. : caIro - be in matunties will come due at a date too
wants to hovering in-the mty groups surveying areas.
The county forester has three -- trees for close together. triggering worldwide
In spite of the summer wings ready to fill the role of primary areas of Job respmanttiy maximum beams amend ac ecological collapse of the banking system,and a

doldrums political pundits Democratic understudy in the Carter should come up with a traditional forestry public ednrataoa.aad benefit.In consequent worldwide depression.

presideDtiaJrace. massive, big-spending jobs urban&IreIU7.Trac5tiaMlIansuy.
are busy trying to fathom
addition to ha The Job market won't pick up until
that the responsi
program senator liked primary
Senator Kennedy's reasons But during his persistent ef- is the planting.nimniac bilities the county forester BOB hand fall. but aa encouraging sign a mat
for stubbornly staying in the forts to stay in the running But this is a demand Mr. and harvesting: of trees to asset homeowners who have ques- business and industry hired 21 percent

presidential race, and! the effect the Senator is being reminded Carter is very twosan and. the atihration of their prodncts. tams about the trees ia then yards more college engineering
this will have on Presi- by his friends and meet and the But forestry today is rarely cimn proble ss web beets and diseases graduates this year than. in ism in-
supporters tagonists remain far apart in ed solely vmh Jhese aspects. The at"adnew their plants or seed help dKatmg that research is continuing at
dent Carter's chances for
re as well as by the of facing cash from the
thought grvwme; deciding what to plant where.If asacceleraterate. speaker
ideology. as they have been
election. If Kennedy's tacticsin Carter camp, that if be continues trees stall appeals IB many baliummat. -
taking his feud with the on his present course be from the start. but surveys show at least yea lane gaestios abaIIII trees,

President to the convention may ultimately damage bis As for Carter versus half are jost: as cancer: : about contact year county forester Has Tammy
vnldhfe. recreation and the personal name a Mark Fries and hot office to Baldree
floor results in Carter's own future in politics as well Reagan, recent national polls
ultimate defeat. it win be the as the chances of electing a have placed the Californian pnde.they receive Cram Owning forest next located to the'm fairgrounds the Agriculture; and hn Budding phone Doll Waters Attend

first time that a Democratic Democratic president in ahead by some ten percentage siaaiIn it ei.ffrs .w.VS.

incumbent president has been November. The only beneficiaries PJ Dts. But analysts, focusingmore ne aaaly forester ear help. yea National--lMleetingr,

defeated for re-election since may wen be the on the fan scene than the reed .uu-r personal Palo ass KLPOA Director
set for the axe of year OEM ___. He Tammy Baldree and
Grover Cleveland in IMS. Republican Party and Ronald present see Mr. Carter gaining call show yam how to manage the trees recentN returned from Doll Waters

Every political analyst Reagan. strength by then unlessKennedy's for...-.1.--.af benefits all at the Will Meet SaturdayTo p-C- ..*..1be7 too"* part Washington.to a w.ekfoug .
divisive ,same tans He all IIIeJp obtain
strategy you
leadership
ascribes: a different motive to Kennedy advisors have far ..-. guide workshop at national
undermines his gains faster you Can rot Ballot 4H headquarters, as part,a
Kennedy in his determination reportedly told him that he'd than the President can build a Unionisterr __ die ,.... FiGrIdIi group jaJa-

to remain in the race. Some better get out of the race soon, them up. sale ef selected trees, and ah* snayadnac The Board of Dsreetora ef the Ins =tmtroUa ate....
think be simply wants to baskin before be develops the reputation 9Mea hew to apply far federal Kiegslry Lake Preperty OwaersAasseasoea
t-fa i for resereatotian. as ; Ie-aboo-a.UIe-
the convention limelight of being a political At any rate unless Kennedy the Division Via pretoct year* toadsdestrsctTve was meet at M ae.Saemdry. pie cIi8nCQIIt tmuporary bean
Others say be feels a compulsive : spoiler. If be ruins things for reconsiders and withdraws, a ap-.a the dIapr fII .July rXtoitodkeefai .. .metes. sad ways I. wbidi stills. and

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CherI Scheetz and Andrew Crews Pam Underhill (.. -- -- .-... -- .... ,

Party HonoreeMiss ,.

Wed. June 20 at Grace Baptist Church Pam Underhill, whose marriage I I

.. to Raymond Whittle will be an fJ'hefJoceat 9ideC1aJ'IJ
Cheri Lynn ScheeU, daughter of event of July 18, has been honored at
Rev.. and Mrs. Don Scheetz of two parties In the past week.
Keystone Oaks and Andrew Harold On Monday night, June 30, the lady

Crews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold employees of TG&Y, where Miss moo

?1. Crews of Starke were united In mar- Underhill Is employed gave a bridal (J7"J.1/ ,
shower at the home of Mrs. Margaret
riage Friday, June 20, at 7 p.m. in ,
Grace Baptist Church with Rev. C.R. Hardy on W. Davis. Street.with Maxine co- SDcMDilo,., /fly Fte V'ew .
hostesses Montez Carter
in, Swartz and Rev. Don Scheetz, fatherm :
the bride Williams and LeeAnne Dampier.The .
of performing the nuptials. table covered j 964.7608
refreshment was .
Highlighting the altar arch
was an '
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of ivy and red carnations with baskets with a bridal shower table cloth and i I
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of white gladiolus and red carnations centered with an arrangement of mix-
qu
,;t on either side of the prayer bench ed summer flowers. .

IU flanked. by white and gold candles. refreshments Games with were enjoyed prizes by the and 13 Holiday Inn Lounge Cecil Crawfords', Sr.

music Presenting were Sarah a program Faulk of, pianist nuptial, attending during the party hours Celebrates July 4th To Celebrate

", ,Kevin Scheetz, trumpet, and Barbie The hostesses presented Ware skillet the The newly enlarged and 50th AnniversaryThe
,0 Swartz, Pat Crawford and Beth and honoree with a Corning redecorated lounge at the Holiday Inn family and friends of Mr. and
,j 11 Eddie Blalock, soloists. ,. set as a memento of the occasion.On was decked out in the patriotic theme Mrs.Cecil Crawford,Sr.are honoringthe

>lt Randy Crews attended as best man. Tuesday'evening; : July 1, Mrs. for the Fourth of July celebration Fri- couple with a reception Sunday,
Ushers were Chip Scheetz and Chub ". t. Carl Minx, Mrs. Henry Godwin and day night. July) 13, from 2 to 5 p.m. to celebrate
Johnson. \ Coke Red, white and blue streamers, their golden wedding anniversary at
Mrs.William Carter a par-
Mrs. Peggy Crews served as J' gave balloons and flags decorated the room the Evergreen Baptist Church In
at the home of the latter on Johns
ty
..
m matron of honor. Attendants were for the occasion.By Lawtey.All .
?? Nancy Crews, Debbie Jones and Lynn .,. Drive for Miss Underhill.table overlaid 9:30: p.m. it was standing room friends and relatives are Invitedto
The refreshment was
L,( Tope. They were attired alike in long ''with lace cloth and centered with an only, even though the Holiday Inn's share this very special occasion
white gowns with tiny rose buds and ,.\ a of silk flowers. manager A.J. Dugger has enlargedthe with the couple.
red ribbons. They wore white full .. ...' N arrangement The 20 attending summer between' the lounge to the capacity of 73. Dug 1 TI1r The family requests no gifts,
) brim hats with red ribbons and car- guests ger Is considering still another addition please,
KI ried red long stemmed roses. \ party hours, 7:30: and 9 p.m. Included 10.4l4
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mother of thebrideelect ,
Underhill
Amy Griffis and Lynn Welch were Mrs. Arley Tickets given at the door provided a Fr1
Levi! Whittle
and Mrs. ,
'" flower girls.. Darrin Crosby was ring- mother of the, prospective groom. full evening of excitement with prizes ,o r+ Open House To
bearer. '. '
the' of money, free drinks and gifts Honor Now
The hostesses presented
Given In marriage by her father theo donated by local merchants were
with
mixer
honoree with electric
a
bride wore a floor length gown of bowls memento of the occasion. given away.Featured. PresbyterIanMinIster
,1\1, chantilly lace and nylon tulle featur- as a attractment was the four

*, Ing a bodice of lace and modified Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Crews piece group known as the Road Dust
0 Queen Anne collar trimmed will se- Band with entertainers Robbie Rev. and Mrs. Cliff McLeod will be
quins. The skirt had lace rose appli Kathy Hardenbergh McDonall on the drums Rick Fox- honored at "open house" Sunday, July
ques outlined in sequins and panels of and white 'carnations encircled the worth .lead guitarist, Jack Kato lone 13, from 3 to 4:30 pm. at the
lace. She wore her great grand- punch bowls which were flanked by Thomas RiherdEngagement stranger bass man and Patti Lloyd Presbyterian Church FellowshipHall.
i, mother's cameo necklace and carried white candles. Presiding at the punchbowls ToldDr. female vocalist. Guests showed their Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Libby Sr. .
((3, a bouquet of red and white roses with were Misses Tina Ratliff, Lee James G. .proud heritage as the band played The community is Invited to come '
red ribbons and streamers. Her veil Ann Green, Becky Cooper and Lisa and Mrs. the Dixie by standing and cheering.The and meet the new Presbyterian f
of illusion was secured to a crown of Lawson. Miss Debbie Gray was in Hardenbergh of Miami announce marriage lounge is open for the public's L.L. Libbys, Sr. minister and his wife, Lisa, who come ,
pearls and rhinestones. charge of the reception. .engagement and approaching Jean enjoyment every evening with entertainment Celebrate 50thAnniversary here from Sumter, S.C.
of their daughter, Kathy
Following a wedding trip to Silver
1 A reception was held in the church to Thomas Wednesday through Saturday
of Bellvlew
Hall where Miss Debbie the couple are residing at Hardenbergh I.
,, Fellowship of Mrs. nights beginning at 9 p.m.
Keystone Riherd of Ocala, son
., Ratliff greeted the guests at the door Oaks until the middle of Gregg Riherd and the late R.M. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Libby Sr. Scott Duncan
and kept the bride's book. A red and August after which they :will move to Joyce celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Celebrates 8th
Riherd of Starke.
white color theme was carried out in Wake Forest N.C. of Green Reunion Saturday, June 28, at their
,|, the flowers, table cloths and punch, The bride is attending Santa Fe College the Miss Miami Hardenbergh University is as a graduate a physical Sunday, July 13 home on N. Water Street.A ..Birthday:
The bride's table was covered withy and will attend Southeastern family dinner prepared and servo Scott Duncan celebrated his eighth
a handmade cut white Irish linen Seminary in the fall with her husband therapist.Mr. Riherd is. a graduate of the The annual Green Reunion 13 'at will the beheld ed by their two daughters Mrs. Jack birthday Monday afternoon, June 30,
July
cloth and centered with a three-tiered this Sunday Schiller Sr. and Mrs. Robert Hall and when his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim
;
of Florida as a physical
wedding cake, flanked by white Mr. Crews will graduate from the University He is chief of physical Recreation Hall in Worthington covered Springs daughter-in-law Mrs. Leslie L. Libby, Duncan gave a party for him and 15
tapers. Mrs. Anita Griffis, Miss Joy University of Florida in August with a therapist.at Marion Hospital in Ocala Florida. There will be a Jr. was served at noon. friends at their home in Conerly .
and John the Bachelors degree in Business therapy : dish lunch at 1:00: p.m. The surviving
>. St.John Mrs. Cooper cut
for August After the dinner hour the dining Estates. r.
The wedding Is planned Lizzie Green
Ozgood and
Administration. He will enter children of
?, cake. Methodist table was covered with a lovely white Games were played in the yard
at' the FirstUnited of
The punch table was covered with a Southeastern Seminary in the fall to 23 are: Mrs. Evan W. Hodges lace cloth and centered with a two- followed by a hamburger. cookout.
Church in Starke. of
white lace cloth over red silk and red start his Master of Theology, Brooker Joe and Robert Green tiered anniversary cake decoratedwith The buffet table was covered with a

Palatka Florida. invitedto yellow roses and golden leaves red checked cloth and centered with a
Stork Shower Honors All friends and relatives. are and topped with the gold "50" birthday cake topped with a I II
Mrs. Leon Moore attend. medallion. Around the cake was a I miniature baseball glove and ball. I

''Shower Honoree ;W 1o.Jno. ..... ParentstobeDr. garland of fern flanked by gold candleholders After the party five boys Donnie
\] and Mrs. William Marchese with gold candles. Mrs. Hall Francis, Link Bishop Kevin Boone

:1. Mrs. Leon Moore was honored at a Mrs. L.A. Canova'and sister Mrs. 'were honored at a dinner party and 'j ;DiJ Yo..k", cut the cake 'which was served with Michael Ripplinger and Ron Zurfluh
stork shower Tuesday night, June 24, James ,Otto of Seminole returned stork shower Saturday night, June 14, '';1 ice cream iced tea and coffee. Mrs. remained for a slumber party. After
given by Mrs. Don Kenney, Mrs. Wednesday' of last week after aweek's given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry. Schiller and Mrs. Libby Jr. assisted. breakfast the boys were taken to the
i Elizabeth Stalnaker Mrs. Dottie visit with relatives In Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Al Coston; Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins is a patient in St. Vin- Enjoying the occasion with the ball park.
.. Kite Mrs. J.G. Jackson, Mrs. Texas. They also visited Livingstonand Richard Dugger and Mr. and Mrs. cent's Hospital where. he had leg honored couple were Mr. and Mrs. Assisting were Scott's grand-

Virginia Kenney and Mrs. Don Ray Nacognotches. Texas, the oldest Jim Womack at the home of the latter, surgery. Jack Schiller Sr. and sons. Jack, Jr. mother, Mrs.. Finley Duncan of
Tilley at the home of the latter.; city in Texas. in Country Club Estates. and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall Chipley, Mrs. Dewey McKinney and
The refreshment table was covered The 20 couples enjoying the affair M-rs. Carol Bush of Atlanta was last and children Eddie and Margie, Mr. Mrs. Donald Neighbors.
with a blue linen cloth edged with lace The 'Board 'of Advisors for the seated at tables on the back Tuesday overnight guest of her aunt, and Mrs., Libby Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
1\;> ,and centered with a blue cradle music Outstanding Young Men of America were porch that were covered withered Mrs. James Barron. 'Newn Burney and Mr and Mrs. J.E. Jd tL0.. (... .
box filled with summer flowers. Awards Program announced recently checked cloths and centered 'withclindiesenlteled Hardy all of Starke. Out-of-town
ForWi .,Suet. ..F 'led dqrip4 the ,li !ha arold. ) JD.Sevrrv rrgt..pc.Jas n with greenery and Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa was relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Charles .'" lIJr: Mrs {g!O. i Danilb)! Attended
: .. :' t 1'i1h' 'JJ lfXJIq, of .. .weekend, bier daughter and ,,*Evan( alllrnis Deerraan; of' a tarn;; r \ nl nWfd'IIRltbdvelatives'
{ 'aR I daisies,1\ .non iAn ** 'Mr.lhhd'Mof IFI
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tI femlM rt. George ynnt tll:Iii =Al3:;TAbIYltayityNRfrSV6daY,
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in the 1980 I edition of Outstanding .: '
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", Miss Linda Haas '

", Shower Honoree Donald R Sewell was on the Dean's
J j. list for the spring quarter at Georgia
28 bride.. DEPTIm STORE
Miss Linda Haas. July Tech, Atlanta Ga. stUMP'S
with a
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bridal shower Thursday June 26, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Roush Roy and
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. given by Mrs. ''Phillip qf Claremore Okla. were
i Don Hardy Mrs. Ed Tenly Mrs. Son- guests of her brother-in-law and

ny Tenly, Mrs. Bobby Taylor, Mrs.. sister Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Brier and SemiAnnual
Donald Carter, Mrs. Wilbur Waters
? son, Gary last week.
and Mrs. Jerry Lawson at the home off s .

the latter on W. Madison Street. ': ', ., ... q
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of Ocala 'I "
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Mrs. Lawson, the honoree and Miss Rose Heller of Clearwater : : ; '" .'
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'were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,>' .
', receiving line. George W.' Brown. Also Saturday 4"(5)
The refreshment table was covered visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Steve '
I with an antique beige cloth and was :.Howard of Fayetteville, N.C. 'V
centered with'a silk floral arrange- .
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silver candle holders, the and Ashley, of Fayetteville N.C. are > Safe./
The hostesses presented spending two weeks with his mother,'
honoree with an electric iron as a Mrs. P.D. Reddish and other

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Did You "" .w............ Gospel SingSet fF !
For July 11.13 .I'" J .
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Mn. Lemuel Williams of Miami ls Lawtey YAW ) '
visiting Mn. ....W. Williams and
relatives. There will be a Gospel Slag July ., o W
11-13-13, at the Gospel Music Park In I .: 0 "j.t .-

Mn. Agnes Heath of Fort Lauderdale featuring Lawtey (Formerly local Bluegraas 'Park), \.,.....- .'". '; .,' .1 "
Is visiting relatives here for otfafCeremnis
{ several weeks. The Master will be
Joe Brooks. Those taking part will be I
the Staging Silcox Family, Mid ':,.
1 Mn. James Biggs and son of Cov- '"
Ington. Ky. are spending the month of dleburg; The KlngdonuHeln, Mao "; .., "
July with her parents, Mr. and Mn.Henry clenny; The Harvest Tones. Albany, 'j '
The '
Ga. Jacksonville,
; Wayslden
Stefanelli.They are having a
family get-together the Stefanelll Fla.; The Frampton Starke;
home on Sunday. Mr. Biggs will Join The Cavaliers Quartet, Perry andmany
the family the end of the month. many others.July .
ll the Sing begins it 7:30: P.M.
Mr. and Mn. John Williams of until? July U*U,begins 5:00: P.M. :

Tltusville, Mr. and Mrs) Dennis until sunup. .
Williams of Savannah Ga. and Mr. Donations will go to the Leukemia
and Mrs. Richard Williams of Society of America. It will be sponsored
Tallahassee and families were by The Fla.-Ga. Gospel Singing

Cynthia Bryan, weekend guests of Mrs. Mack Association

Randall Thomas Williams.

To Wed July 25 Summer Sale Continues Did You Know............

Mn. Loyd J. Bryan, Sr. of SUrka at LEILA'S DRESS SHOP.
Mn. Lucile Green and granddaughter
announces the approaching: marriageof Bradford Square
her daughter Cynthia Jean, to tttattoff Melanie Green Mr. and
Randall Eugene IThcanas. son of Mr. Crystal and China Mrs. Curtis Sanders and Dan i
and Mn. N.S. Thomas of Starke. ttoff Williams were among those attending 11
The wedding will bean event of Friday the buffet dinner Saturday night at
July 25, at 8 p.m. at the Bayleu Lex Sanders son of Mr. and Mn. the new Methodist Hospital In
Highway Baptist Church. Curtis Sanders, spent the past two Jacksonville.Mr. .
All friends and relatives are invitedto weeks with his uncle and aunt. Mr.
attend. and Mn. W.H. Green and family in and Mn. Winfred Haien of 1934 Tornado Football Jacket Now One of a Kind
Tallahassee. He ran two River Run Gainesville were Saturday visitors of
races while there and won a shirt In Mr. and Mn. M.F. Haien. has picture of that football -
Tab 47 year old Tornado football Jacket canted quite astir A member of the Class ol ISM a
each race. Mr..nd Mn. Glen Davis and family when Starke city clerk Merrill Edwards pat It on for team. If M can be found, the Telegraph. plans to
the picture of he BUS Class of l35's reunion. publish U. Edwards says he can remember Oil the names.
of Gainesville and .
Mr. and Mrs. John Eggen and were Friday Bradford's IT players.
Edwards recalls
Bach In
The 2Z members of the Clara Ooohed and Aaahed over ISM.
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H.L.
family of Conyen Ga. are spending) Hutson. guests the _...-.-.Iad Jacket as U brought back memories. lag up against. Lake City which fielded five fun teams.
this week with Mr. and Mn. B.J. Eggen. Edwards played halfback and quarterback on the 131 The BBS boys bad to play both ways cad In those days a

Mr. and Mn. Curtis Sanders were team which used the Notre Dame Shift. Edwards doesn't quarter of high school football w.aU minutes.The lint 11
remember the record of that team from the Fall of 134. BUS players had numbers on their Jerseys.. Edwards
In Jacksonville June 28 and 29
Steve Moran, son of Mr. and Mn. as .the last of the BUS football teams during the Depression. recalls but the tubs didn't have a number.
guests of Mr. and Mn. John Glover.
Gerald
Moran of Kingsley Lake placed -
Football was resumed In the early ..'..
on the Dean's List at FSU for the
spring quarter. He achieved quality Mr.and Mn. Frick and grand '
W.Jp.f
points out of a obtainable 48 for the -. sandyMclough Pace. Fla. and First United Methodist Church Sets Fellowship Dinner
of
quarter. Miss KeystoneHeights
returned last Wednesday sonal spiritual needs.Everyone Is This week there are eight youth
Continuesat after 12 days in the Smokey Moun The First United Methodist Church Invited to come. Bring a food dish from the church attending! the Music:
Summer Sale of Starke Is sponsoring evening of In
LEILA'S DRESS SHOP tains. food and fellowship for young adults with enough for yourself and 4 or S Camp Lakeland.at Florida Music Southern College
ami friend. have
other
Bradford Square 'Marcia Irene Goodge was on the (age U and over), on Tuesday evening call a the church you office questions at throughout the southeast will be
tttettoff Dean's Lilt at Tift CoUeI.. Forsyth ,July U at 6:30 p.m.In Fellowship 9&W86t. leaden with a combined concert i including
China
Crystal" Ga. for the spring quarter. Hall. Adult School classes several hundred"musicians
The Sunday
% off The activities begin with a covered and vocalists at the end of the week.
Mrs. Mike klmbrough and- son;. dlah meal followed by a time for are now Hall meeting together mornings Another youth U attending Confirmation -
Fellowship on Sunday
Mrs. Beverly Macomber and David of Princeton, Ind. are vIaltlnltberUDclealld.uat.Mr.aodMra. fellowship and games. There will also from 45-10:00 a.m. for coffee and Camp In Brandon Fla. this
Kris FrIedIIa children Brandon and Donna of West W... be'WIle for sharing Ideas and plannIng -, of favorite week. This Sunday all members of the
Greg Alvarez Columbia, Texas, arrive today, Frick for a week.Summer other activities and programs for singing to class. There hymns are beforeart church will be bringing their Dream
Thursday, to visit her parents Mr. fellowship, sharing and meeting per classes.Ing Cards as the church plans for the 110'..
Kris Frledlln, and Mn. Johnny Brier for a week. Sale Continuesat
With them are Tommy Baker and Mr. LEILA'S DRESS SHOP
Greg AlvarezTo and Mrs. Raymond Baker of Bradford Square Used spice boxes make handy containers", for tacks and small tools

Wed Aug. 2 Bravoria, Texas. tttottoff

Crystal and China "Good company and good discourse are'Jha very sinews'of:] virtue." liaak Walton
The Rev. and Mn. Buddy Frledlln Mr. and Mn. Bob Milner Sr., and y4 off
of Keystone Heights and Mr. and Mn. family of Tallahassee spent the long
Harold Alvarez of Starke announce weekend as guests of Mr. and Mn.
the engagement and approaching Bob Milner, Jr.Summer. Mn. Peggy Sheller spent Sunday to
marriage of their children Kristin Wednesday with Mr. and Mn Olden
Louise of Keystone Heights, and Sale Continuesat Bates in Jacksonville visited her
GreMiss Allen Alvarez, of Sts e. LEILA'S DRESS SHOP son. Don Ray Tilley In St Vincent's
Frledlln Is a 1875 graduate of Bradford Square Hospital.
Wolfson High ScbooIIII Jacksonvilleand ol'cryatelaDd
te%
a 197S graduate of Santa Fe Com- China Mn. Carolyn Redgrave and Mn.
munity College, Gainesville.Mr. UoffMr. Edna Wells visited Mr. and Mrs.
Alvarez Is a 1988 graduate of Charlie Parker i In Miami Wednesday

Bradford High School, a 1970 and Mn. B.J. Ellen have to Monday. .i >> 10)
of Lake City Junior Collegeand returned from o-ter..11l. where ; : *" tMn.
graduate has i s it vtilnn! Jrfunih rr
of BID Tilley been a modJcaf ; .
graduated from !the University. they attended the Bineraf ef INS "" a.S.
Florida 1(73. mother Mn. Florence Eggen on" patient In North Florida Regional ,,
Miss Friedlin is presently a teacherat June 28.Mn Hospital the past week.
St. Marks Day School Starke. .
Mr. Alvarez is an agriculture Louise Moore celebrated her Mr. and Mn. Terrell Webb of
teacher at Bradford High School.A 85th birthday July 2 at her home on Nashville, Ga. were last Tuesday and
Saturday August 2 wedding date Lake with her son-in-law Wednesday guests of Mr.. and..Mn.HL. .
has been set. The ceremony will take sand daughter, Mr. and Mn Gerald Hutson.
place at 8 p.m. In the Community Moran grandson Jerry,Jr.,who was
Church of Keystone Heights with the home morn FSU lor the weekend and Mr. and Mn. Bob Paterson of '
bride-elect's father Rev. Buddy sister.Miss Ann Fouraker of Jackson Starke and Dr. and Mn Barold d k
Frledlln. conducting the service.A ville. This makes Mn Moore's 45th Bowen and family of Fort Lauder- talli
reception will Immediately follow year residence on Kingsley Lake. dale spent last week hi Richmond,Va.
the ceremony In the church fellowship visiting Mr. and Mn. Dave Meldrum
hall. Mn Don KoreU and daughter, and attended the wedding of their
All friends and relatives of the cou Manya of Amherst,N.H.are spending niece Graham Meldrum on June 21.
ple Including St. Marks students and three weeks with her mother Mn. They also visited Dave Bowen at
parents are invited to attend the wed- Arlin McKiught and they are visitingthe Georgia Tech in Atlanta enroutahome. ,
ding and reception. Okefenoiee Swamp Tuesday to .
Thursday. Mn. McKnlght also had as
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Carol Santa Fe CemeterySets
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Sellers of Moncks Corner, S.C.
CLUB RESULTS Work Day

Hazel and Jerry Moran and Lucile There will be a work day for cleaning
Green and Shirley Watson tied for the Mr. and Mn. J.iL Moncrief spent Santa Fe Cemetery Saturday July
first place at Duplicate Bridge ClubTuesday Thursday to Sunday with their 12.
night! Cecelia Terwlllegar daughter and family Mr. and Mn. Please come and bring your JJ
and Ida Shaw were second. The club R.W. Underill in Indlatlantlc and mowen and working tools.Come early Yhn 4: fi
Pratt every Tuesday night at the were pleasantly surprised at a family if possible before It gets too hot.
Street Recreation Center and Is reunion party on their Both wedding The cemetery Is In need of a cleanIng
open to all bridge players starting at anniversary on July 4. now and it looks much better lilt till
7:30 P.M. can all be cut at the same time.
Mr.and Mn. H.A. Lawson and Bud Let's have a good turnout! ) Don't
Lawson spent the fourth with Mr. and forget your loved ones.
:bJy. Mn. Joe Jordan In Live Oak. See you Saturday, July 12. at the
cemetery.
Mr. and Mn. Richard Doe of
Mr.and Mrs. Robert Autry and Mr. Woodland Hills, Cat. were guests ,:.y 4a
and Mn. Freeman Register, III, June 18.July 2 of Mr. and Mn. Gary
spent June 21-June 28 on a Carribean Oateen. During that time the Does
CruI e.Miu. and Mn. Oeteen and son, Richard and
daughter, Stephanie visited Mr. and ; 1
Lillian Stump was In Tampaover Mn. Don Doe In Anderson. Ind. and
the weekend attending her annual attended a family reunion. The Fine Art
reunion of the X4th Evacuation

Hospital Unit of WW2. Don Ray TUley underwent open i' : '
heart surgery Monday In St Vincent's The United States Department ,
Douglas Seymour of Miami and Hospital. of Agriculture has, 'rFT

Hallle Seymour of Ocala spent the relied more than 876,000 ." :;i
long weekend with their parents, Mr. varieties of .strawberries.'ffojfi fcls( ;
and Mn.J.D. Seymour. :
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and off ChinaS i \\W\ ." 6 it f:,, & '; i''t': ii i? ;i;; :'f, ijt :. : "onversatton. : M .

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West and niece Beth Francis attended '. : :" ;'C<: .: ,,, <.i.c.. \.::: .1\, '<:''J'i./"ii'hii! ; ,/\N: I I
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the Florida Peace Officer's Decorator from Continental te f
telephones Like work of j ., J
Association conference in Port St. ,Nq"1. iOnl..jD'II"" ,/! ,,, ,,'..e .. ;.. .;:,,, ;.\j.r.'t'" .. ,;'" ,\:,{., .., ..",.."' ,.";".,.\" ,: art, ?*> *
Lode June 2Wuly 3. .. '. : ': :": these.conversation pieces add color and life to in :"t.y';
::I :: '; : \' ': :, :i / : ":" : Iii any room your *

Mr. and Mn W.S. Haas spent the :J'' ;q a 1.IfJ.MUfi: :; '/ :,4.1:', 'J'\ : "' ; ,,:,;' : home. n" .'

weekend with their daughter Linda. : : ':Pj;) ),.;' :" ;: ; () 'f ,iVi; :':':' Choose from of l '
in Tampa. :0j"J.:; /: : :,:
; : phones and of classics. And colors ,,,, ;" ,
Mr. and Mn. Stan Reddish spent :lCl 1 fl1 fiia'h1'-j.HoJltes I: : 1 replicas antique to SUlt.o.o. ': :

the long weekend with their parests : ; .. every decor Wouldn't i it be nice to add a decorator telephoneto.that 'o '
Mr. and Mn. Vincent Lewis ? ; '; i:' /:11": ; :. ';" ::' : ,:", /.":,' :/':" \ ':II:1r': : r rI :. : ,

Klngsley Lake and Mr. and Mn. ", ,'8,1.,! ":,,,titiJ,' : ".;,;" ') ,.' t" .,.:"!"". )Arh: \ :..1"" special room in your home.? .\\ifi, >.4-
Drew Reddish.at ; \.I 'fM ..
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LEILA'S!: D4reOP '. '.:. '; I'St'. .r.n : : business' office or-Phone Fantoda .Apdfind ContInentCll Telephone .;i

all about the fine of ,
art conversation.
MUHenTCrystal !NlftcieMirs I IM:I ,"mod.
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I I Final Inspection Set August. 7 On Hamp ton's\ New Water Systemfinal Dr.: LounetteRifhirilnon: .. D.C.Dr. .

on the tentatively $13,000 will be left ovtir for any new $3.830: printing bo'ndJlII .U; checks workers: to assist with cleaning up the Wayne C. Eaton. D.C.i.'' '.
ton water system has been items connected with Up*)ytem. and ticket/ $8.74 and recording fee of 'City of Hampton. ;
let(or August 7 and the system .to being $111 These additional fee broughtthe a person drives main
Onioned within the budget, an Jerome Kelly of St-fcrdrup and project cost to$250,187. street,they get the impressionthe Hamp- Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
engineer for the water project In Parcels and Associates of Kelly pointed out there was",400 ton ls a dump" Evans
Hampton reported to the city council Gainesville, the project engineer available for the project/ and Acting Mayor Ted Curtis, Sr.. "
it JIII monthly! meeting Tuesday,July presented council withal a financial, came well pointed out that Hampton has an application I At SR-21 North
7* report on the water sys tern.: within the budgete4 amount of funds in for CETA workers but so
'The project was stained recently available leaving a surplus of almost .far have not gotten approval from the Keystone Shopa Suite 5
St. Mark's Hunts with a loan from the F airmen Home $13 000. state for them.MarabaD .
Sef for Fall Administration of$91.31)1)and grant Council approved a request by Kel Fred Phillips reportedthat Phone 473-3604 I
1167,100.. Kelly pointed out that the 300 to bee used : a in June he Investigated the
newowell
TM st. Marks National Wildlife original contract cormtrucUon cost for pro which be In- following cases: 7 disturbances 5 Information Houn9a.in.lj. and3p.m. 6 "..11IIon. :"
Refuge announced recently that there was S2U.7H. Engineering fees dicated was needed as the old well *, s assistance of other *
will be two primitive weapon hunts amounted to $30,762. with, $4 800 of was defective. Council voted agencies, 3 drunk persons served :a .\ .. Tuf, Wff. & "ri. ,
ind one conventional gun hunt this that money refunded (Ui the City; of .unanimously to approve his request. papers 3 fires 1 stolen truck- '
fall on a portion of the Refuge. The Hampton from project (Funds, according John S. Evans asked the e UIIClIlf runaway persons, 1 B and E and 1 9 a.m -1 p.m. Thursdays/ j. >
bunt will be three to Kelly Legal feel amounted to they could possibly get CETA: emergency.
white-tailed deer and feralhogs.. o We Accept New Patients ;'
legal. | ,weapons will be according: to ,
itaU! regulations for archery equipment
muzzle loading firearms and
conventional except that no ff t" We fill Medicaid prescriptions.
or handguns will be ,
bucjuoot permit-
ted. pate for the hunts will be as EIIraKE s We also honor most insurance
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follows: J ti,

PRIMITIVE ARCHERY-September GUN-November 28-30 21-23;; iC aJ) rr prescription drug programs. :,

December CONVENTIONAL 12.14.Requests : WEAPONS. e anairno au can trust. z > p Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist.BASIS .

for permit applications 1
are now being received by letter or by
penans appearance only. PERSONNA
Write for the hunt
brochure and permits at: CLAIRMIST ; BAR SOAP DOUSLEEDQE '

St Marta National Wildlife Refuge, ALKA SELTZER HAIR SPRAY 3.3-oz. bar BLADES' 1-
P.O. ftz(8,St. Marks Florida 3239S. 4-ot non- Superfattedtype. 8up.rpl.tlJ1UmChrom.
TABLETS : aerosol spray. LIMIT 1 blades. LIMIT 1

Bottle Relieve of upltet 2:3.: LIMIT stomach 1 49C 2 LIMIT typ *1. r, 49'<<1: Pij729i./ i.'I


i farmers Suffering

8
; film Droughtcan 4-POUND BOX
OIL OF LAY VASELINE
BEAUTY LOTION EPSOM SALT

, Contact ASCS / 4-oz.: bottle.molsturlzlngbeauty -BABY POWDER LIMIT R,
J 1 ,
f
lotion. LIMIT 1 !
.Farmers suffering drought conditions .' ft I 24-oz.size. LIMIT family 1.e:: 1
of their corn or other Teed grain iII1 99e -:: 89CILLET'TE .
25
crop should contact the Agricultural : 0'
Stabilization and Conservation Service

ASCS) office director, say WarrenCarverezeouttve" of the R1GIHT __ .__

Bradford County ASCS office. GUARD '
Carver reports! that ASCS disaster
program payments can be made to DEODORANTr BEACH I I
producer who file an application for i 3-oZ.8ro"II..rolO'' TUFF WEAVE
payment and report, their crop pray. LIMIT 1 TOWELSLarge
scream. Acreage report for corn a thirsty, /l LAWN FURNITURE
ihoulq have been filed June 2, but can (, Tkr.etM__' patterns. REQ. $4.29 Tough vinyl covered polyester cord,close
still be filed ass late report. Farmerswho 8 1ge === ? knit weave for long wear. Rainproof and
299 +
file late will be charged a fee for mildew realstant.CHAISBREa.J32.99.
the county office to verify the 'a !
reported acreage.
The program authorizes paymentto JACOUAKD
feed grain producers* whose crop BAGS 1CHAs'RREGs'S.s9'91JT
yield la 1 leas than 60 percent of the !O
Ov.I.hap.'n' assort-
established yield for the farm time FLAVOR\ ROAST edco/ors.REG.$8.99 S :
the acreage planted for harvest., ] I fT \ .
"This payment Is based only on the PEANUTS 5 I r n
deficiency In production below 60 percent Dryroa.te.noaugaroroll I I
," Bald Carver.,; 12"x18"
Producer who have not reported
their acreage and filed an applicationfor PACKOP8 HIBACHI COOLER, CHARCOAL 'N
payment must do so before 9 EASY WIPES C++ '_ Cast Iron construction, CHEST LIGHTER 4
evidence of the crop .is destroyed, I IReusablectothshendy tQ multi-position grid niFftiiZB BOTTLEHoldauptoecans Safe,easy way '11
rated or harvested, Carver stresses.In :III for home A work shop. adjustable drafts. to light your -
addition to filing necessary applications REQ. 69* LIMIT 2 REG. $1..99 handle locks lid In brlqustts.Flee. _u71' !I
.. .
and report a producer!. REQ. $9.01 1qt. cart '
who Intend to graft*de4Voy the*...,. .+....i.... x,_,. T"1 999 YP ? wM \ 1 : CHARCOAL. w "'.r nw,1 t Ultill!
I fiR" crop must notify thounfa> ff Ice so'* I AC a v t ... .." "11'f "I ,.1".1".1
, lp.II that an appraisal dm be-'fniae'prior 1)If) !. 'FflW$, 1'.T 'r'T' ioi r .REI3\8S ... QDA'tNN

to grating or destoying.' HOLIDAY _-
The; disaster payments : :
covers drought, flood, program Kill ROOMFOQQEII all exposed Insects.' -. z-., .. ,."" .
Insect infestation plant
storm. 6-0:. aerosol. REQ. $2.99 ,, If
disease or any other type disasterwhich DETEiRGENT: ,
occurs through no fault of the 32-oz.: botl.gr.aseremovlng 88 + + DAIWA A2SORL
farmer. dish dettirijent REQ. $1.89 FRENCHLIMIT
\f
Additional information can be obtained 1 sl ---s. AIR MATTRESS [I3tYwost roia. SPIN REEL, .
Skirted spool t
by contacting the ASCS office .
Inflatable with built-
located at the Agricultural Building 9 FREEZER ,in pillow 21 hole Gentle' to hands, &convertible teflon, steel handle& U
on Highway> 301 North. 11-1 CONTAINER 1 with round beams.No. 22-oz. bottle. leather dreg. ".d
Plastic construction IAP7S2B 1 REQ. $1.20 LIMIT 1 REO. 521,99


;;( ServicemenM : # fresh 999. 88


.' }Harry B. Loper a .tf'7

Completes' School REAL KII.L PEDESTAL:
,

Kan.FORT-MaJ. Harry LEAVENWORTH B. Loper, son of ANT At ROACH PLANTER Heavy duty piastlo. :7

Ben Loper, Rt. 3. Starke recently SPRAY chocolate or almond. I PRO 1200 WATT KEYSTONE XR308CAMERA ';t
completed the U.S. Army Commandand I Kills most;crawling Insect*. AMC REQ. $4.09 ;rREQ.
General Staff College,Regular 11-ox ani-osol; spray. Komar S8 FOLDING DRYER 'ar
Course. at Fort Leavenworth Kan. $1.J'9 2 heats. 3 Bqaeds Regular or lelepholo lens.Uses 110 t
110/220 volrtor I -avei. drop In cartridge film. REQ. $34.99VIP I
The 10-month regular course at then '
Army's senior tactical school is ... REG. S1U9 io
designed to produce graduates who .." GARDEN 1 0'99 .7 e7 'VI
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are competent military problem HOSE
solver Emphasis Is on career I Flexible,reinforced
development for the officer's future rubber vinyl hose.
duties a..*a senior commander or staff Bras* fittings. GRAN PRIX AMFM'PORTABLE
officer:;!" t REQ. S909 RADIO
This):ear's graduating claw Included PoliceAlrcr.'U.th.r.lnatantSUPI' -'
714 LS. and 95 allied of fleer*.,The 7S9 onaoundwl1htelescoplnO'J1ten- ''Ia
,.1 allieq r'aduatee represented 45 COIIntries. -. '-R CRICKET na No. APW21S REQ. $25.98 i 1.I .
f. ; ; i e 15
Loper who entered the Army in LIGHTER I ACCENT DOME e

November 1965, was commissioned Hundr.ol.ofdeperld.b'-lIght.' LAMP 1999
through an officer candidate school. adjustable,' flame. For den or student's I ,0
He.attended William Carey College. BEQ. $1.49 LIMIT 1 room. Matching shade. '
Hattlesburg Miss and Florida Institute REQ. se." tf GALAXY OSCILLATING \ ';
',of Technology; Melbourne, 88 18-INCH FAN ]
receiving a master's degree In 1978. 4. 3 speeds, whisper quiet motor .: :
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The officer1*wife,Janelle was with 7J9' balanced blades. Grill removes '. .n

him course.at Fort*I Leavenworth during the STAR BRITE for cleaning. No.flEO.S44.9 2151 S"x10'...: ,!

Richard E. Browder POLY 8YSTEM ONE 3999
Guaranteed to preserve
RANtOUL;lU.-Alrman First Class r car finish for al ENLARGEMENT
Richard E. Browder, grandson of Mr. least year
and )Mrs. Henry E. Browder Sr., of i size.REQ. DURACELL ALKALINE JustbringlnYourfavorite' _
StarM. has graduated from the U,S. $9.9 "AA".BATTERIESBlu. ,color REQ. $3 print.89 negative.LIMIT
Air Force fuel specialist course at FLASHCUBES Forc.lCulator..nuhllghta.
Chanute Air Force Base,here.' -' .I tot quality.3 cubes, 788 radios a recorders. (;
J Airman Browder will now serve at t t'L' 1 11"Coupon I
Pittsburgh Air Force Base N.Y. 54 .. ? I
The airman I Ia) a 1979 graduate of CI2111Ih.ege' FLEA t PLU8 /22/ Good Thru Sat July 12SYLVAN1A I SW
Bradford High School, Starke.' t COLLAR I

Keeps your pet free of fleas.. {!
Charles, Jackson.Jr., Cat.a dog size....$3.98 c
Mar|... Lance Cpl. Charles '$AH PRIGS GOOD THRU 8AT.JULY 12 1
Jackson: Jr. son of Beatrice and' "'WI I OPEN WBEKOAVO A.M.: IN 8 P.M.SUNDAYS .' '
Charles Jackson, Sr.. of Starke. 10 A.M.III 1 P.M. 3W a.
recently participated In Cuban ,. HOP BAKLY 8OMB SAL 'ITKMS UMITCO.. I ,
refugee assistance operations. .
Jackson.Is a member of the 1st BattWien tiff
,sth Marina based at CampLoJeuoe .
1 'M
N.C. ECKERD'8 FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER mfu'J1Ii" 1i1rJ'" G.iJ'Il mrl' ::01
Cpl.Jackson's unit provided security TWICUH.HlINT.O.U".tr.Mlof"tawtthevery, pIIIJIIII! .' ''L.JUILLIL.JUL.IWr..I:, : WWL:; :;
| and asilsted authorities In process- roll of color. or black and white print tllmdevekMMd.' and '(, ; < ....
I I Ing be refugee at the Naval Air Station printed.. TODAY AND EVERYDAY.TWICETHEnLMQettworollselprimfllm'fortrwprtee- I ,J.... (;'Jrf) 1I :;![$Ntud ,
Key West Fla. The Marines ie. Y. GJ
/ end white,when WL.JVVLJ :. ; '
tot one Kodecotof or clack you have your y. ......
I ont4 around the clock: with the : 'I
fllmptatEc..d'.TOOAYANOEVIiAYDAY.. :t!; : "" ..-, >;,!: ,
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I Other service to provide assistance. OU""ANT..uyonlytlleprlntayount.NoII N, .c. or > 'i">, '

In A the 1977 humanitarian graduate of effort.Bradford. High : even It the goof was hi the picture taking., 'lo.r..t{,831.... ,5Vlni ,t StStarkeFia"' r '.,..,.Tit' 10" "

School.''Jackson Joined the Marine ", .. A l w n,"" Nr.'wc'-w'-: : .
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Did You Knew........... Gospel Sing ) : ::7' I

Set For July 11-13 -,. .., .,,..:,,
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Mn. Lemuel William of Miami Isvisiting In Lawtey
Mn. L.W. Williams and .
relative Then will be a Gospel Sint July ,. ihtttii.:'- ..
;Jl-12-13, at the Gospel In < .; -'f' M,
Mn. Agnes Heath of Fort Lauder. r (Formerly Bluegraaa Park), '......-- ; r ".
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feab no._local -
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dale Is visiting relatives here for ci
several weeks. Tbe Master Ceremonies will be
Joe Brooks.- taking part will be .
The Singing Silcox! Family. Mid- <
Mrs. James son of Covington .
x,. are Biggsd1artngd the month of dleburg\ ; Tbe KlngdoraJHeln., Mac
July with her p nmtl. Mr. and Mrs. clenny'the; The Harvest Tones Albany,
Ga.; Wayalden Jacksonville,
11a1home Fla.; TbeFrampton Family, Starke

on Sunday. Mr. Biggs will Join Tbe Cavaliers Quartet, Perry; sal
the family the end of the month. many,many others.
July It the Sing. begins 7:30 P.M.

Mr. and Mn. John Williams of until? July 12 at l3, begins- 5:00P.M.

Tltusvllle, Mr and Mrs. Bennie until sunup. .
Williams of Savannah Ga. and Mr. Donation will go to the Leukemia
and Mrs. Richard Williams of Society of America. It will be sponsored
Tallahassee and families were by The Fla.-Ga. Gospel SingingAssociation.

Cynthia Bryan weekend guests'of Mrs. Mack .

Randall ThomasTo Williams.

Wed July 25 Summer Sale Continue Old You Know............

Mn. Loyd J. Bryan, Sr. at SUrke at LEILA'S DRESS SHOP
Mrs. Lucile Green and granddaughter
announce the approaching marriage Bradford SquareCrystal
of her daughter Cynthia Jean to %to%off Melanie Green, Mr. and
Randall Eugene Thomas, son of Mr. and China Mrs. Curtis Sanders and Dan
and Mn. NS. Tbomaa of SUrke. % off Williams were among those attending 1
The wedding will be an event of Friday the buffet dinner Saturday night at
July 25, at 8 pm. at the Bayleu Lex Sander, son of Mr. and Mrs. the new Methodist Hospital In
Mew amend Church. Curtis Sanders, spent the past two Jacksonville.Mr. .
All relative are Invitedto weeks with his uncle and aunt. Mr.
attend. and Mrs. W.H. Green and family In and Mn. Winfred Hazen of 1934 Tornado Football Jacket Now.One of a Kind ,
Tallahassee. He ran two River Run Gainesville were Saturday visitors of '
races: while there and shirt In Mr. and Mn. M.F. Hazen. .has picture of that football
won a This 47 year oW Tornado football Jacket canted quite astir A member of the Class of IMS a
each race. Mr. and Mn. Glen Davis and family when Stark city clerk Merrill Edwards put It on for team. If It can be found, the Telegraph plans to
remem..d the
the picture of the BUS Class of IMS' reunion. publish It. E4w.rdI..y.he can names.
of Gainesville and
Mr. and Mrs. John Eggers and were Friday Bradford's IT players goIng
Edwards recall
The XX member of the class Ooohed and Aaaked over B.dlln IMS
of Mr. and Mn. H.L.
family of Conyers. Ga. an spending Sunday guests the one-of-a-kind Jacket as It brought back memories. .p against Lake City which fielded five full teams. >i
r this week with Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Hutson. and la those days a
Eg Edwards played halfback and quarterback on the IMS The BUS boys had U play both ways
gers. Mr. and Mn. Curtis Sanden were team which used the Notre Dame Shift. Edwards doesn't quarter of high school football. was IS mlDa....TIle first II 1
remember the record of that team from the Fall of 134. 'BUS players bad numbers on their Jerseys, Edwardsmalls I
In Jacksonville June 28 and 20
Steve Moran son of Mr. and Mrs. a* .the last of the BUS football teams dllJ'lallbe Depression. bat the subs didn't have a .. ..
guests of Mr. and Mn. John Glover.
Gerald Moran of Lake
Klngsley plac-
Football was resumed In the early.*'.. .t
ed on the Dean's List at FSU for the
spring quarter. He achieved 46 quality Mr. and MR. W.3. Frick and grandson -
points out of a obtainable 48 for the Ryan Frick of Pace, Fla. and First United Methodist Church Sets Fellowship DinnerThe
S quarter. Miss Sandy McCulkxigh of Keystone

Heights returned last Wednesday Tonal and spiritual needs. Everyone la This week there are eight youths: ..
after 12 days In the Smokey Moun First United Methodist Church food dish from the church attending the Music :
Sale Continuesat invited to come. Bring a
Summer of
Starke la evening
tains. of sponsoring In
LEILA'S DRESS SHOP food and fellowship for young adults with enough for yourself and 4 or S Camp at Florida Southern directors College from

Bradford Square 'Marcia Irene Goodge was on the (age 18 and over), on Tuesday evenIng others and friend.church If you have office questions at- Lakeland.throughout Music the southeast will be ...
call the
1 is to and% off China Dean' List at Tilt College, Forayth, July IS at 8:30 p.m. in Fellowship flflal fiflaM, leaden with a combined concert. In-
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Crystal Ga. for the spring quarter. Hail. Adult School classesare cluding several hundred-musicians
The Sunday
I ift I Off The activities begin with a covered
I together In and vocalists at the end of the week.
meeting
Mn. Mike Xlmbrough and son; dish meal followed by a time for now Another youth is attending Confirmation
Hall on Sunday morningsfrom
Mrs. Beverly Macomber and David of Princeton Ind. are visiting fellowship and game There will also Fellowship for coffee and Camp In Brandon. Fla., this
Kris FrIedJbI children Brandon and Donna of West her uncle and aunt, ,.and Mrs.VAJ, be-tune for sharing ideas and planning 9-45-10:00:favorite a.m. :before week.This Sunday members of the
Greg Alvarez Columbia, Texas, arrive today Frick for a week. other activities and programs for singing hymns adult goIng church will be bringing their DreamCards
Thursday, to visit her parents, Mr. fellowship, sharing and meeting per- to class. 'There are now S as the church plans for the 80'.. '
classes.
Kris Frtailin, and Mn. Johnny Brier for a week. Summer Sale Costume
With them are Tommy Baker and Mr. .&LEIU'SDRE8S8HOPB"dfonlSquare
Greg AlvarezTo and Mrs. Raymond Baker ofBravorla Used spice boxes make handy containers" for tacks and small tools. 'J

Wed Aug. 2 Texas. % to Mi off
Crystal and ChinaS "Good and discourse the sinews'of virtue." Izsak Walton
The Rev. and Mn. Buddy Friedlln Mr. and Mn Bob Milner Sr., and off company good are very ,
of Keystone Heights and Mr.and Mn family of Tallahassee spent the long
Harold Alvarez of Starke announcethe weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
engagement and approaching Bob Mllner Jr.Summer. Mrs. Peggy Shatter spent Sunday to
marriage of their children Kristin Wednesday with Mr. and Mn. Ogden
Louise of Keystone Heights; and Sale Continuesat Bates In Jacksonville and visited hereon
Starke.. Don Ray TUley In St Vincent's
Gregory Allen AI aces, of LEILA'S DRESS SHOP "
Miss Friedlln la a 1975 Bradford Square Hospital.
Jacksonville
Wolfson High School in fetottoff
and a 1078 graduate of Santa Fe Community Cr.tal.n4 China Mrs. Carolyn Red rav" and Mn.
College, Gainesville. % off Edna Wells visited Mr. and Mn.
Mr. Alvarez Is a 1968 graduate of Charlie Parker in Miami Wednesday I

Bradford High School a 1970 Mr. and Mn. B.J. Eggers have Monday.. .- 1"t :, "t ;jili ,.'
graduate of Lake City Junior College returned from Chester, 'UL when : f 4r, t vUfn Jxumgo,
and graduated from the University. of they attended the funeral cf 'hI8- Mrs. Bill Tilley ha been a nledlca'tpatient xj g ; .. .I.. ...,,., jp"
Florida In 1972. mother Mn. Florence Eggen on" In North Florida Regional .1
Miss Priedlln presently a teacherat June 28.Mrs. Hospital the past week.
St. Marks Day School Starke.
Mr. Alvarez la an agriculture Louise Moore celebrated her Mr. and Mn. Terrell Webb of
teacher at Bradford High School.A 85th birthday July :2 at her home on Nashville Ga. were last Tuesday and
Saturday, August 2 wedding date Klngsley Lake and soninlawand Wednesday guests of Mr., and..Mn.HL. .
has been set. The ceremony will take daughter Mr. Mrs. Gerald Hutson.
place at S p.m. In the Community Moran ..grandson Jerry Jr.,who was
Church of Keystone Heights with the home from FSU for the weekend and Mr. and Mn. Bob Paterson of
bride-elect's father, &v. Buddy sister Miss Ann Fouraker of Jackson Starke and Dr. and Mrs. Barold
Friedlln conducting the service. ville. This makes Mn. Moore's 45th Bowers and family of Fort Lauderdale -
A reception will Immediately follow year residence on Klngsley Lake. spent last week In Richmond Va.
the ceremony In the church fellowship visiting Mr. and Mn. Dave Meldrumand
hall Mn. Don Korets and daughter attended the wedding of their
All friends and relatives of the couple Manya of Amherst, N.H. an spendingthree niece Graham Meldrum on June 21.
including St. Marks students and weeks with her mother, Mn They also visited Dave Bowen at .
parents are invited to attend the wedding Arlln McKnlght and they are visiting Georgia Tech In Atlanta enrouto
and reception. the Okefenokee Swamp Tuesday to home.
Thursday. Mn. McKnlght also had as
weekend guests Mr. and Mn. Carol Santa Fe CemeterySets
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Sellers of Moncks Corner, S.C.
CLUB RESULTS Work Day

Hazel and Jerry Moran and Luclle There will be a work day for cleanIng -
Green and Shirley Watana tied for the Mr. and Mn. J H. Moncrlef spent Santa Fe Cemetery Saturday Ju-
first place at Duplicate Bridge Club Thursday to Sunday with their ly 12.
Tuesday night Cecelia Terwillegar daughter and family Mr. and Mn. Pleas* come and bring your
and Ida Shaw were second. The club R.WT Underill In Indiatlanuc and mowers and working tools.Come early
every Tuesday night at the wen pleasantly surprised a family If possible before it gets too hot., 04 'r
Putt Street Recreation Center and Is reunion party on their 50th wedding Tbe cemetery is in need of a cleaning
open to all bridge players, starting at anniversary on July 4. now, and it looks much better U It
7:30 P.M. can all be cut at the same time.
Mr. and]Mn. H.A. Lawson and Bud Let's have a good turnout! Don't
Lawson spent the fourth with Mr.and forget your loved ones.
2 y..J(.. Mn Joe Jordan in Live Oak. See you Saturday, July 12, at the
cemetery.:
Mr. and Mn. Richard Doe of .,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry and Mr. Woodland Hills, Cal. wen guests
and Mn. Freeman Register III, June 18. : of Mr. and Mn. Gary
spent June 21-June 28 on a Carribean Osteen. During that time the Does ;'j

Cruise. and Mn.Osteen and son Richard and .,
daughter Stephanie visited Mr. and
Miss Lillian Tampaover Mrs. Don Doe In Anderson, Ind. and
attending
the weekend her annual attended a family reunion. Th FAr -
reunion of the 24th Evacuation t )!
Unit 01 WW2.
Hospital
Don Ray TUley underwent open' ; :
The United States
heart surgery Monday In SL Vincent'sHospital. Department ...
Douglas Seymour of Miami and of Agriculture has' I
Hallle Seymour of Ocala spent the raised more than 875,000
long weekend with their parents Mr. varieties of .strswberri
and Mn. J.D. Seymour. -
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at LEILA'S DRESS SHOP ; J .RJ JfMU I ;nM ( 1 Nt; ltfyt
Bradford SqureCrystal . : _.. '
a a s4 elf ; '- :. ,' ;; ,""" ::.>"l'iii.' :\ :;. .'1.j 1.

*sad err China j :: Sfcfrafli: : : i1.4D "!) 'irot: :tbe'"HFtk':, .. convers..1luune

', ': '. .' ':. ', 1',';','.,; ". '.. ." ,;:,' 'f9r; ,..': ?p ., .

/West Mr.and and niece Mn., Bob Beth Milner Francis and attended aon. I,.' : ..Jwo.hUj-, .iv.: :.Ur.;. .'' ,,".",,,, "';(\ .:}1.;';f.{\\>":\ i

the Florida Peace Offlcer'a .2IJ\J'ji: tf 1" \" : :' Decorator telephones from CbntinentaL Like ., D
Association conference In Port St. :. (I J.M ON ty 'Qw'pf.U, \ iii1fil'f: ; 'f a work of art : .

Lude June 29>Iiirjr I. .. r :" ;" '> ;;., ': :: '/ _"';: ,_ ::,; : :. ,.' these.conversation pieces,add color and life to any room in your :I

,J.o. q hfl. .Arso"v.A-&H: ,:. /" : .. : :
Mr. and Mn. W.S. Haas spent the nomc. '
.,.,
weekend with their daughter. Linda :: : .i"c': : ; ;'} \,/f.i:)!::}: ;;!r:;. i Choose from variety of ,toA i
in Tampa.Mr. : .,; : : : : : : ,: ;. } a styles design line decorators, tea l: f' ',i :

and Mrs. Stan Reddish spent :l"rf"ch'(i) 'ltl"\H I ;\ (I ''me's'o.: : j: ditional phones and replicas of antique dass cs. And colors to suit;.-I..J: It

the long weekend with their parents t : decor Wouldn't i it be nice to add decorator J

Mr.Klngsley and Lake Mn. and Vincent Mr. and Lewis Mrs.of .;.,.:<. .... .:p.9: ; \ ; :: ;, :;j !;[;:; !" ; special every room in your home? a ; telephone to.that 't .r,'I;:' 4;7' f.', .'\It,1

Drew Reddish. '' '
.- "lIt"'i"' ; "'.''.;,;\,"' : r. 4"t853'; : .). .'"i"/-.,!,;:;), .,,;/ < Call or visit your Continental Telephone :': ..,.1
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at Sum LEILA'S mer Sale DRESS Ctmtlmmtt SHOP "; ,:" :;' '::,Y'ii/ft/: ::;:$ 'ik :!:i\i\,..,,:!:;;,:',: .,... business office orPhone Fantoday; And find r ": :w.out'all ,;

Bradfardsqwr* about the fine art of converSation XyiffiSS I
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Crystal Kwset and ChasaHerf 'rMJQR; 1 ,nai1Ih, ; / I ..n. C c .

.. You can always call '"INct"phoneeGl'clllor"Yal1ableln"
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I I Final Inspection Set August 7 On Hampton's', New Water System Dr. Lounelte i'hartl"ml B.S.. D.C.(

Final Inspection on the new Hampton $13.000 will be left CIVil r tor ".830: printing/ bond, 71911 check worker to assist with the '
has been any new ** ; cleaning: up OrayneC.. Eaton.. D; (. .
water
system tentatively Items connected with Uje>! system. and ticket $8.7" and recording fee off City of Hampton. ; :
wt for August 7 and the system I 1s beIng US. These additional fee broughtthe a person drives the main !
finished 'within the budget, an Jerome Kelly of Slverdnip and project coat to$ IO.18'l. street,they get the impression Hampton Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
the
engtillowrofor water project In Parcel and Associates of Kelly pointed out there was$258,400 i Is a dump," Evans say*.
to the city council Gainesville the available for the project and Acting Mayor Ted Curtis Sr., '
at i fla+ monthly meeting Tuesday. July presented council PI'CIlec.ta, englneert construction of the system came well pointed out that Hampton has an application SR21..VoriKeystone
,. report on the water sys tern. within the budgeted t of fund In for CETA worker but so
The project was taii"tad, recently available leaving a kurplutof almost far have not gotten approval from the Shop' Suite
St. Hunts with a loan from the: F airmen, Home 113.000. tale for them.Marshall .
Sef f iark'S Administration of|91,3<)9 and a grant Council approved a !request by Kelly Fred Phillip reportedthat Phone 4733604Moultx9a.nIii.no.atid3p
of 167100. Kelly pointed out that the for 1.300 to be used to construct In June he Investigated the .
The National Wildlife original contract for cortstructlon: cost new well for the project which be Indicated following case: 7 disturbance, 5 In- .nrj. (> i>..tn.Mon. .
Refuge announced recently (that there was I214.7J1. Engineering fee was needed as the old well formations, 3 assistance of other
,,1U be two primitive weapon hunt amounted to 130.762 ,,,'Ith... 500 of was defective. Council voted agencies 3 drunk persons, served :2 .. Tu4rf.. Wed. & Fri.
and one conventional gun hunt this that money refunded! Ito the City of unanimously to approve his request papers 3 fires\ 1 stolen truck., 3
toll on a portion of the Refuge. The Hampton from project /Ifunds,, according ., John S. Evans asked tile council If runaway persons 1 B and E and 1 ga.JU..m.. ThtmdtiifH" ,
bunt will be three days each for to Kelly. Legal fee*!' amounted to they could possibly get CETA emergency.
vplte-tailed deer and feral hogs We Do Accept New Patients
t Ugal weapons will be according to
lUM regulations for archery equip -
ment. muzzle loading firearm and
conventional weapons except that no We fill Medicaid prescriptions.
buckshot or hand guns will be permitted ,

!. pate for the hunt will be as E'I+! KE s We also honor most insurance
follow: ,tllflyf
...
PRIMITIVE ARCHERY-September GUN-November 21-30 21.23;; .". prescription drug programs.

December CONVENTIONAL 13-14. WEAPONS- io a nairno can trta st. Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist.

Request for permit applications !
are now being received by letter or by
personal appearance only. BASIS
Write for the hunt PERSONNA
brochure: and permit at: CLAIRMJST BAR SOAP DOUBLE EDGE

St Marks National Wildlife Refuge ALKA SELTZER HAIR SPRAY 3.3-oz bar BLADES y
P.Q. )Sax,6s.St.Mark,Florida 32335. 4-oz. non- Superfatted 10 Super platlnumChrome

TABLETS Re/lsvesutNretaomech./ 49<<1: aerosol 2 types.spray. r type. LIMIT 1 :::. LIMIT 1 I

Bottle Of SIS. LIMIT 1 / LIMIT 1 CIO.. O TOO* J
,
farmers Suffering 8 01 0 r % ,5


: fern Droughtcan 11 n VASELINE 4-POUND BOX ..

_
l BEAUTY LOTION e-: ? INTENSIVE CARE EPSOM SALT

Contact ASCS I 4-oz.bottla.moliturlilng BABY POWDER Granulated.
LIMIT 1 ,
beauty lotion. LIMIT 1
Farmer suffering drought conditions ) _f Mft Ran Aft 24oz. family r.
size. LIMIT 1
of their com or other feed grain gqt Ih.ill.
crops. s0ould contact tile Agricultural GILLETTE r 89.
Stabilization and Conservation Service -
(ASCS) office says Warren RIGHT 7MIMI
Carver.,...exeoutive"! director of the .. ..- .
.- Bradford County ASCS office. GUARD! '
Carver report that ASCS disaster

program payment can be made to DEODORANT r BEACH
producers who file an application for, 3-oz.Bron.nsaeroaolpray.
payment and report their crop LIMIT 1 TOWELS TUFF WEAVE
acres e. Acreage reports for corn Large a.thirsty, I LAWN FURNITURE
should have been filed June 2, but can Tter..rq patterns. REG. $4.29omaw.e
still be filed as a late report. Farmers 8 ''ge -aarz Toughvlnylcoveredpolye.tercord.closeknit weave for long wear. Rainproof' and
who file late will be charged a fee for 299 F mildew resistant.
the county office to verify the ,.a CHAISEREQ.$32.99 CHAIRREQ.$19.99
reported acreage.
I The'program authorize paymentto JACQUARD 8 88 T

feed producer whose crop BAGS
yield 1 is less than 60 percent of the 'naaaort:0:
published yield for the farm time FLAVOR ROASTPEANUTS Oval shape'
the :acreage planted for harvest., ed colors.REQ J8 99 !1
"This. payment Is baled only on the 5. tt
I deficiency In production below 60 per- Dry roast**I,no sugar or oil '.J
'"'
cent, Carver., added Ut-oz. Jar. '12".18" 'i O
Producer who have not reported QOTT6-QT. GULF LITE
REQ S1.il! LIMIT 1 u TABLE TOP
t their acreage and filed an applicationfor PACK OP* HIBACHI COOLER, CHARCOALLIGHTER 11Caallronconatruc1lon

payment must .do so before EASY WIPES ,CHEST 4
evidence of the crop la destroyed. Reusable cloths,handy multi-position grid, WITH REFREEZROOTTLE Sale easy way 11
crazed or harvested.Carver stresses. 11119 for home & work shop adjustable dra s. Holds up to 8 cans to light yourbriquettes
In addition to filing necessary applications : REQ. 69- LIMIT 2 REG. $14.89 handle locks lid In ..... ,ST
and reports, a producer i place REG. $9.9H ,1-ql. ca., . ::1
who Intends to graft k t"dt' cloy the't? .',............."} ..._:>"'"" ...... 2/ EG' .it', nwRcoju. '" '.!
999( t'r .r .nHa ""u nwnl '
I tt' crop must notify tMuMrdroMlcei so > .wrw..w_ I xA s Mu f 71. rryaa Lri'.i I ;vj'
n""1 hat an appraisal cWf De-mace-" prior ** enrt rrr T r- ." 8 8' e "Q ::
to grating or destoylng. -
The disaster HOLIDAY ,
payments program
cover drought, flood, hail, windstorm DAt''N ROOM FOGGIER -. .1
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Insect infestation plant \ Kills exposed Insects.Boz. y "
disease or any other type disaster DETEIRGENT: aerosol. REQ..$2,99 ;tf
which occurs through no fault of the 32-oLbonlegr.aaeremovlng :q
lee DAIWA A260RL
fanner. dlah detiirgant. HEQ. SI.59 FRENCH :>
Additional Information can be ob- LIMIT 1 MATTRESS wDor'' SPIN REEL 'J
:::1.
tained by contacting the ASCS office w l Inlialabllwllhbulll'i
located at the Agricultural Building 9 FREEZER in 21 holes Gentle hand, ,
pillow
& teflon, steel a
on ? 301 North. 22-oz. bottle. U
tyghway! 1'111: CONTAINER I with round beams leather drag '
'id
Plaa'lcIconalrucUonNo.IAP7528, REG. $1.29 LIMIT 1 REG.
keeps food fresh REG. $14.99
REQ,$1.39 .

ServicemenMaj. 99'99REAL 8Se 1


Harry B. Loper a 10

Completes School KILL PEDESTAL 'r r .


Ben Loper Rt. 3, Starke. recently SPRAY chocolatecralmond. / KEYSTONE XR300 ,y
completed the U.S. Army Commandand KtII.moa ;crawling Insects Ant a REQ. $4.99 VIP PRO 1200 WATT
T
General Staff College Regular 11- z. asg,, osol spray. node(. FOLDING DRYER CAMERARegulsrortelaphotolens :
Course at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. REQ.$1' Kiss 388 heats, 3 i needs. .Uses 110 "a
The ID-month regular course at the 110/220 1 voirtor I travel. drop In cartridge Him. REQ $34.99 -t I
I rmy'. senior tactical school Is /j
designed to produce graduates whore 110'VINYL 09gREG.13.99 ..e orj
competent military problem !1 98 GARDEN HOSE 1 i
solver I la
Emphasis on career j t Flexible,reinforced
evelopment for the officer's future rubber vinyl hose.
Julie as a senior commander or staff Brasa fittings.
officer.! t Rf EG. slue PORTABLEFRADIO
This year'*graduating claaainclud-
_
ed 714 fj.S. and 95 allied of fleers..The 791 PoliceAircraft naoundwllhl.'elCoplngan'ln-' alller.lnatant"'SUPJ ?-:: Ita
C
. illied;graduates represented 45 coun- R CRICKET .
ries. c. na. No. APW21B REQ. $25 09 4D r 18
e
Loper, who entered the Army In LIGHTER, ACCENT DOME e a \,0

November 1965 was commissioned LAMP 1999
Hundred! of dependable lights,
hrough an officer candidate school. I
adjustable 'flame.REQ. For den or studentaroom 00
attieIlbuur Miss Carey C Jlege. Sf.49 LIMIT 1 Matching shade. .m
/ and Florida Intltute REG. tt.09 GALAXY OSCILLATING H
of Technology, Melbourne, T 16-INCH FAN E
ecelvirg a master's degree in 1976. ,* 88 .
4 motor. :
3 speeds whisper quiet -'
; The ameer's wife Janelle.was with 7'9'! balanced blade Grill removes .II

ilm verse at, fort' ; Leavenwortlt during the STAR BRITE lor cleaning. No.REG.2151$....119 :of 1.

S.r x 10
Richard E. BrowderIll.Airman POLY SYSTEM ONE 3999
Guaranteed to p.
RAOTOUL; First ClassRiche foor
car finis at
serve ENLARGEMENT
E.: Browder grandson of Mr. !
and Mrs. Henry E. Browder Sr., of S't'L VAN!' I IA least- z.1 size.year DURACELL ALKALINE I Just bring In your favorite Q|
Stark*, has graduated front the U.S. REG. $8.99 "AA"BATTERIES color print negative
Air Force fuel specialist course at FLASH CUBES For calculator flashlights., REG. *3.89 LIMIT
Chamrte Air Force Base, here.* :'. Blue(lot quality.:3 cubes, 788 radio.a recorders. ;+
! Airman Browder will now serve at 12 Its|>he* A
Platbburgh Air Force Base N.Y. i
The airman I I. a 1979 graduate of ( .A4oK227/ CouponQood Thru*at.July 12 )W

Bradford( High School Starke. tw''HARTZ21n1PLUS:.' FLEA COLLAR o

.Keep your pet,free of floss..
Charles Jackson.Jr. .. CM&dog size*.PEG.. 13.98 J.J
,
Marine Lance Cpl. Charles SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SAT.JULY It.
Jackson Jr. son of Beatrice and 2'9 I OPEN. WEEKDAYS a A.M. HI ".M. r -
Charles JacItaon. Sr., of Starke. SUNDAYS 10 A.M. tit* P.M. ..IVi
recently participated In Cuban 'HOP EARLY SOME BALE' ITEMS LIMITED: All
refuge assistance operations. .
J.ckeon I II a member of the 1st Battalion i .r

.Sth Marine based at Camp Le- .

Jeuue Cpl.,Jackson's N.C. unit provided securty ; TWIC ECKERD'S! *TH.PRINT FAMOUS*OX an.PHOTO. tafprintewltnevery OFFER, m"JjJ' [D'I'Il'1f1J GJIJ'aJ" .m'S( ,&)I

and assisted authorities In processing iij} roll of eotor er black and whlM' print INm taMlopad. and _VISA-., : t." --r?tCJ-
!lie refugees at the Naval Air Station printed.. TODAY AND EVERYDAY.1WICI av o.mt 1IiJf 111ml l :
Key Woat Fla.. The Marines THf flUl Ori Iwo rolU' ol print Him tortile prto* I 5P5.Zarral117al .
worked, around the clock with tile -. 'of on.KOd.cobr a black, and whit..when you hav.your ; : IiWLJVVLlLLlL, .I/, ::,; ; .
other ; film processed at Cakar :
services to provide assistance i'
:
,
GUARANTEE Buy only tha prims you want No haaale- t
In the S.cWalniltSt.I' Starke'Starke FI '
humanitarian effort.
of Bradford High J awn U the goof waa.In the picture, taking ( \ ,. ,. p'831 ," a.-it/: ', ,dl"
1907acaduate '
s.- !: Joined the Marine ; ,_ ,,_ _.; .: ,, :';:i';:: ::',
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Corp*! :Iff August.1978. ...' ," ...,",. "



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)p, Dixie Boys Play ClayAmericanIn '\

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13-14 Year Old" Tourney -

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Starke's Dixie Boy*<' (13-15 year In other first rol ind action Friday loss Friday would put the local stars
I olds) All Stars open up play In the night Gainesville-:Cast goes against into a loser's bracket contest at 6.p,m.
District 7 All Star baseball Lake City-Union Co iimty at 0 p.m.,and Saturday night both being. scheduled
g !aDixie against Clay-American Friday nigh Clay-National mcieta!' Gainesville- for Bel-Med. '
July 11, at 6 p.m. in Middleburg. West at 8:30 p.m,, both at the Bel-Med Games will l continue at 6 and 8:30::
I ; That will be the only game In Mid- complex.If p.m.Monday and Tuesday nights/ ,Ju-
J Jdleburg with the balance of play in the Starke wins F irlday night it will ly 14 and 15 at Bel-Med, with a title
six-team double-elimination event move on to play I he winner of the, ,game set for 7 p.m.Wednesday July
taking place at Orange Park's Bel- Gainesville-East vs Lake City-Union 16,and possibly again at 7 p.m.Thurs
*Med facility. game Saturday night!: at 8:30: p.m. A day July 17, if necessary,

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Youth Minor League All Stars Davis, Tim Lewis, and alternate Cordell Strong: 2nd row, V
The Starke Dixie Youth Minor League All Star gel goingIn left to right, alternate Dale Brown. Mike Rourke Robbie .
I tournament play Friday night In Keystone Heights. McRae, Jason Crews, Richie Taylor, Dude Paladlno,
They are: bottom row left to right, alternate Kevin Jamey Carver Dewey Williams,and Robert Starling:back
Blankenahlp. David Llzenbee. Dale Norman. Jimmy Bur- row, left to right, coaches Butch Prevatt, Jim Lewis, and
chick. Ed Douglas, Richie Barnes Timmy Smith, Hal Richard Wimpy. ,


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I Starke Minor league All Stars f


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Open Friday Night Against Keystone ilialt. ,

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Starke's youngest Dixie Youth All Into a Monday night loser's bracket from SR-100 out of Starke, turn rightat
Starsthe 8-10 year old Minor game set for 6:30 p.m. the SR-21 stoplight, take another
Leaguers- up against Keystone The other Friday night pairings in right at the Keystone State Bank onto _. .-'- ---- -.- -' ---- .- --- --
Heights Friday at 8:30: p.m. at the six team tourney are: Lake City Nightingale St.,stay on the same road
Keystone's McDavid Park(directions against Bel-Med (Orange Park) Na- as you curve to the left (where the Dixie Boys All Stars Tony Hill. John David Francis Coach Herman Schornlng.
below) in the District 7 Minor LeagueAll tional at 8-30pm.on Field B and Mid- roady turns Into Orchid), and watch The Starke Dixie Boys All Stars which open play In their Tony Dlggo Anthony Williams, Kevin Johns, Andy Chaff,
Star tournament. dleburg versus Bel.Med American at for the field to your right, at the In- District Tournament Friday night are: bottom row, left to Kenny DeWltt. Mike Waters Wayne Slocum, and coach
This is just the second venture into 6:30 p.m. on Field A. tersection of Orchid and Pecan right. Eddie Herndon, Mike Colvin Robert Carver, Doug Hiram Chappell.Not .
all star play for Starkc's Minor league The double-elimination event streets. Samons, and Jimmy Schoening; Standing, left to right pictured are Shane Johnson and Kevin Griffin.
and a win in Friday's first-rounder should carry over at least to Wednesday -
would be Starke's first ever after an ,July 16,and to Thursday,July 17,
0-2 tourney record last season. A Fri- if the champion does not breeze
day victory would also vault the local throught undefeated.
league all the way Into the winner's Admission for each evening is 50
bracket title game Monday night Ju- cents for adults and 25 cents for PANTRY PRIDE'S
ly 14, at 8:30: p.m., and put them just children.
two wins away from the championship .."............'..'........
A first round loss sends Starke To lCett McDavid; Park coming I
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Lipton Tea Tennis WinnersThe :.
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and 18-year-old Chub Johnson, both set to play college tennis GREAT GROUND. ( FRYER t
next year won the Bradford County Lipton Tea Tennis BEEF PATTIE MIX PANTRY WEIGH"rWATCHERS THIGHS OR. DRUMSTICKS
mixed doubles tournament last week-topping the husbandand "n"..".".t .mCA"
wife duo of Leo and Sue Fuentes 6-4. 6-1 In the finals at 3 coven LBS PRIDE NIb,YON'Wf5LB
the Starke Recreation Courts. 9 8.' .
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Johnson will be on tennis scholarship at Florida JuniorCollege '
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Starke't Summer baseball team clouted Lake Butler 21-8 three-base hits with eight, to go with his.440 average four
after winning the lint game of a scheduled doubleheader homers, M RBI's,and four doubles.
'by forfeit Tuesday night to move Its season mark to 13-7-1 Prior to Tuesday's game)mark Williams was hitting .368 Ra1Ja11 l'"V .. d + 6rw.
with five games left on the slate. ribbies),Ricky Sullivan.333.and both Fender and
The local nine visits Gainesville High.s 5:30 p m.twin- Sparks.300 even. Scott Allen was at a .299 pace: with his 18.
bill Friday host Keystone's American Legion >fB" squad runs scored third on the club. .,
amid two Tuesday night.July IS,also with a S: p.m. start, Scott Hudson was hitting .391 with less at bat than the as
closes out with a road trip to Palalka four two games others.
starting at a p.m.! Thursday July 17. 'Goodge's SO won-loBt mark la the mound mark on the
Tuesday night Starke had no trouble with Lake Butler staff. :
crashing: out to a 12-0 lead and adding further Insult with a As a team BHS.Is hitting above.340 way up from the high '- f )
nine run fifth school season production but Hartley says It's shoddy'
Kenny ppaadded his batting average to .540 with a defense and wild pitching that"has kept us from having an
5-for-S night that Included: an Inalde-the-park homer a double even better record: \than we have.
,and five I'WI8l1cored. Bill Goodge lifted Mi credentialsto "Our fielding percentage(around.880) is about 70 points
.440 by going 4-for-5 with a triple five RBI'i. and four lower than what It should be and our pitchers are Just put ,e Wx
runs scored. Scott Allen added a -for-5 with three ribbies ting too many guys on base with walks."
game David Sparks tripled, Randy Parado was l-for-2
with three walks, four runs, and three steals and Ricky
Sullivan and Richie Fender were also 1-for-l with Fender

plating two runners. Domino TourneyIs _,.. _'.... .._. ,.. 'F .( _. .__. _._no. p.n_

Fender provided what Hartley called "a real fine pitching DominosWomen's League Titlists

Job,"against Gainesville's Poet 1C American Legion This WeekendThe Winning the Starke Women's Open League has been a Cassandra.:Johnson, Charlotte Ames, Marie'Grlttli; and
team last Wednesday coming on in relief and holding a habit for the Dominos In recent years and they did It againIn Linda LeeStanding:
club that had battered Starke in a prior doubleheader(11-4 Dominos women Softball team will host its an- IINIOo fighting off a strong challenge by Florida Bank to I. to r.' coach Dan Reed Diane Smith Kathy
and 19-3) down In a much more respectable 8-7 loss. He nual tournament this weekend,July 11-13 at Westside win the title. Whitehead Carnell Williams karen Norman. Terri Par-
allowed just three hits and one earned run over the last five Park. Team members aret kneeling,left to right manager Don'Poppy" rlsh. Marian Walmsley' and coach John Hudson. Not pictured .

and one-third Innings. Play is scheduled to Start Friday night at 7:30 p.m. .- Bagwell. Melody Barton. Dawn Schoenini; Is Betty Jean Hudson.
Sparks punched three hits,Including s double and knocked and run through Sunday.
In two, and Goodge was a-for-4, scoring twice, as the The Dominos and Florida Bank will represent Starke
Starke squad hung tough after dropping behind 8-1. with other teams coming from Newberry, Lake City ePGEff0(! G3GCEI70 I
Macclenny Jacksonville Green Cove Springs, and; /

............................... Palatka.
Batting Leaders: The Sprits of Green Cove and the Pacers out of July is ChockFullOf tourneys and subsequent state events MuppeU nipped the Peanuts 11-10, the
Clark's .540 batting average 37 RBI', five homers and Palatka start things off Friday night at 7:30 p.m. In the in! the many classifications.July Fozzies edged the Beckers 108. and
21 base thefts''all were club leading stets after Tuesday'swin. second game the host Dominos play Pure Poison from Softball TourneysThis 18-20 is the first tourney the Kermits bested the Fozzies 12-10.

He was also second: in runs scored with 23: and In triples Macclenny: at 8:40 p.m. Florida Bank tats the Mac month signals the start of the weekend with both the Senior Boys ",.--..J.Ip"" a .
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in three. (16-18)) and Junior Boys ((13-15) State I a t !
with six. Goodge tops the team In runs scored with 29 and clenny Chargers game sub-district and district ASA Softball a.AM ( IITammn ee..I.
tourneys bemif. held in Winter Havenon ... Hunan inf.4 a nj w ih....T.ty.
those dates. Starke's Stars will be -d 0.66"01' _..
after their third straight Florida 11h.-1 a-.,t sad Own k.lk_....ow.....
Senior Boy championship while the -- 4 e 4 e 4 > I*

SWITCH TO Junior Stars of Starke enter tourney -.w"-...,Mrtl. ,John HMotf a' 0.e,..e.,.>...-.-II
play for the first time. Senior Boys vh.nn..d wa..Cv.M .
Nationals is set for July 31-August 3 in ,.,_,, Vi..... o..Mw. '.... etr. e..d
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while Junior Boys -eo.-. .d'w..M.lw.
Tlfton Georgia
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nationals Is in Moultrie, Ga., August JIvrP.
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810.Two sub-districts will be held July Pwd..1 "W. IteMI 0_.. _.
-. 18-20. The Men's Church SubDistrictwill "Mw, tori ft",. -*t_ _aII _
w*IWW.
A END be in Macclenny that weekend _.... (own and J.4y Brew KM.d s
ANDs with Starke league champ Northside __o..4111LSmallfry

Baptist runnerup Kingsley Lake
Baptist and third-placer Church of Minor

JUICY God expected to go. Also that League SoftballThe
Women's "B" Sub-
weekend the
EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A Yankees and Astros
Suns
e S SWEETPEACHES District will be played in Lake City. ,
MONEY The Dominos and Florida Bank of came up with victories in Smallfry
Minor League Softball play last week
Starke are ticketed to compete there.
BACK Starke will be the site of the Mens "'.."..Joys .
P1.-. 4 a tAm. e
"B" Sub-District July 25-27. Hayes e 1 I 10t
GUARANTEE a and BGT of the local league are ex- n... Chrifl flmin.il.M 4*mm Mar**......SOPa.w.
pected to represent Starke In that r M.Wily Mulr...
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event. ,S I nes..M_duly Mown... K/IT W.ox .
A Mens class "A" Sub-District, .
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which will Include local mens league 5..* I 1 li IOKI
champ Starke Truck Plaza is also M4dwl.tackm M.......ll.t..,......Hr a w.
slated for the weekend of July'.'5-27 in 1__. .Is JW Co.......S-,....$.k_e.4
Gainesville. ,Among the teams that -NMMT 1-_.
HALF LBS "=' will opposition for Starke w.d..d.rJ.lr"" iMM.
GALLON. provide v-.k.., s a l- e
Truck Is Hogtown Rollers of a a e s
Gainesville. The"A" District tourneyIs TINAas..ed'_.N.J._D.r.a_
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set for July 25-27 in Cocoa. ..
98 '.91i2.3' ;' The Men's Open District tourney I is .
+ scheduled for July 25-27 In Macclenny. -, ;":T-BaIJ.BasebaJi '
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{:)11'r1k/6/ CAM OW A bT NOTICE OF NOTICE OP L.als Something's Fishy
A91aa, It" OU SHIFT oust INTENTIONTO INTENTION .- -+ _
'TMOUOUT AWAY FROM rttoDTD IIEG.STEItFICTITIOUS REGISTER .At BC LibraryThere's
C14ALL4M6IMA ItfmA-A/ AMDAC7wTa'1. FICTITIOUS NOTICE 0fI July' A.D. 1900 In rod- along. the Souther I PREVATT, JR., P.O. '
.* feWT IF AMALS.TAira.pev ve U MU4rNIOWl NAME NAME INTENTION ford County. 7/3 4tpd boundary thereof, n3.73 Drawer 798. Keystone ,, r ; something fishy about the
.,,: .ZWC Pursuant to Section,, REGISTER 7/24. feel to the Westerly! ; Heights, Florida 326S6 Bradford County Public Library.
.."oF ..IHR, icsp nA.rrs Pursuant to Section S6S.0*. Florida Statutes FICTITIOUS 'IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT boundary of the right ol' Telephone i Learn about Florida seafood at the
tEFIE* MlMl T* TB vwMetr 86509. Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby given' NAME OP' TH EIGHTH JUDICIAL way of State Road 100 for ('0 ))473. 9f3. on or public library. Where it comes from
"' .SOOTHOT AWAV YOUR! uusReg. notice la hereby given that the undersignedFrances I CIRCUIT IN AND FOR a point of beginning before. Friday August 1, what you can do with it, why it IBIOOd
rv> O UIRILAT' that the undersigned Williams, Pursuant to Section BRADFORD COUNTY, Prom the point of beginning "'0. and file themoose for you.
go le all Mary B. Muslh owner owner 6O6 W. Adklns B6S.09. Florida Stature, FLORIDA. thus described' '' original' with the Clerk, of Americans are eating more seafood
... 2. Be. 40OK, Melrose, St., Starko' Fla.. 32091>> notice Is JO. OOOM JR. and tlnue Westerly along' I this court either. before and Floridans especially. Seafoods
Fla.. 32666 doing'bu.ln. doing business under the thai the undersignedreEdn VERNIE "PHILLIPS\ OOOM sold Southerly. ,'" .boundary, service' on Petitioner's will be prepared and tasted. Alicia M.
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the firm
under firm name of ENCORE M Ogletree. Owner 219 his wile. 438 foot to this concrete' attorney or 'H Hamrich, extension home economics
name ef ROSE-STONE CLOTHING CONSIGN. N. Broadway St.,.Stork, Plaintiffvs monument; thence northerly thereafter. ) otherwise a agent will demonstrate some new
.3J o4n f. Glavrr Bromellods P.O. Box Fla.24., MENT SHOP 23* S. Fla., 32091, doing and perpendicularto (udgement will b* recipes and discuss seafood where It
Keystone Heights, Walnut St., Starke, Fla. business under the firm J.M. EDWARDS' and sold Southerly, boundary entered for the relief from and how to eat it.
Real Estat*Broke' 32656. Inland to 32091.. Intends to name of PROFESSIONAL LUCillE C. EDWARDS his 100 feet, then 1 demanded In the BellMan. comes;
There be
ISO W. C.IISt. register said fictitious register' said 'fictitious, REHABILITATION SERVICE wife Defendants' Easterly' and parallel will two programs at the
name under the provisions under 215 N. with said Southerly) public library on IllS E. Jackson In
Af Starker I name the provisions Broadway Cat No. 80-162 CA., WITNESS my hand and
ol aforesaid e* aforesaid, St., Stark, Flo. 32091 NOTICE OF boundary, 389.69 feat la the seal, of this Court on Starke. 10 a.m. for school age
964-5527 statute. statute. Intends to register said MOIIl'GAGIFOIIEClOSURE sold Westerly boundary; 23rd day of June 1980. children (K-8)) and 2 p.m. for young
Dated this 12th day of Dated this 26th day of fictitious name" under the thence Southeasterly Gilbert S., Brown. AsClerk adults and adults Thursday July 17.
Jun., A.D. 1980 In Bradford June, A.D. 1980 In Brad- provision of aforesaidtatuta. SALE'V along said' Westerly, ; of the Court By: Flap those fins and swln on down for

,.,., .'' County. 4tpd' lord County. THE CLERK boundary. 111.06 feat to Beuloh Moody Deputy this free delicious program.
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">It .612,619.6269710Country' 6/26,7/10.7/17 4 7/24. Doted this 3rd day of NOTICE/ Is hereby the '0'. LESS the Clerk. .

# given pursuant to a Final Southerly, nine ((9)) foot 6/24.7l0.7/17.7/24{ '
Judgment of Foreclosure thereof. 4tchg.
I AUCTION doted the 23 day of Jun., {IS
29 Can4emlnlu. 1980 and entered In Dated at Starke Bradford I will not be responsible ,.
\'" J ./ Saturday,July' IfHi 11OOA.M.OoIvlowMenorJackwnvllle Civil Case No. 00-162 CA County, Florida this for debts mod
.' -. P/.. of the Circuit Court of the 23rd day of Juno, 1980. by anyone any other than' tLt'TERM' :;:

.. .. ,J lOCATtON/DIRICTIONS TO SALE Eighth Judicial Circuit In GILBERT S. BROWN. "'!fI.If. ;
location. 4300 Flan Oat. Ian South Jacksonville, Ft. and for Bradford.. County. Clerk of the Court BY: James P. McDonald

Directions From lots turn Mast an Boy Meedaws Bastille Florida wherein' J.D.OOOM Beuloh M. Moody Deputy 7/10 2tpd 7/17. .
(43.000/SM.OOO appro 1 mile and kern right(north)ont Old' Kings Road. JR. and VERNIE Clerk --
''2 BR. I Ba, LR, Kit.. an each side, duple, 1 brick 'land Continue appraM. I mile and him ,aft (Southwest) ... PHILLIPS ODOM. his 7/10 2tchg 7(17.IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT The
leaped yard, Flame Oat Lane fauth. FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS TO wile are the Plaintiffs THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT way gasoline prlcni keep
LOCATION. and J. M. EDWARDS and climbing you may someday
f PREVIEW TIMES LUCILLE EDWARDS: his OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Of FLORIDAIN have to buy a full tank of
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY
Special Saturday, 7/11. AM-4 PM Sunday 7/13, 2 PM-4 Fossil wile' ore the Defendants BRADFORD COUNTY gas on the layaway plan.

Beautiful' corner 'lot at Country CLub. First time on l Monday thru Friday, 10 AM-* Fait Ivenlngsl. Thursday I will sail to the FLORIDA. tiff s ottorny", whoso
narket. r 7/17 ti30 t PM> Friday 7/11. 4>30 t P.M. highest and best bidder Civil Action Case No. name and address Is
2 1 Trailer Parks. PHONE During preview tlnwa only Jacksonville of for the cash Bradford at the front door Civil Action Casa No. SO-242 Dudley P. Hardy Esq.,

'1 trailer pork. 11 .rail.... Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. f 7)7-0711. Courthouse County 80-229-CA. Plan I Hardy P.A.,
.1 trailer pork I 11 I trailers. 2 BR frame house born ap- TERMS OF SALES Slork' Florida 'In ..- The Marriage' of 'In re-:: The Marriage of P.O. Drawer 1030
1.000 Down of 1.1.f MICHAEL CARMINE CHARLES CAPEHART JR. Starko. Florida 32091,
rox. 22 acres, fenced pastureland./ LARGE down paynont. Day at ":00 a.m. an the 25
Owner will finance balance. f Up to 9 5% Financing Available' day of July",, 1980. the CARUSO husband husband 4 INEZ E. and file the original with
PATRICIA MARGARET CAPEHART wife the clerk of the above
DESCRIPTIONS This .lovely,, condominium community I Ie following described
W.Handle Rentals located In the exclusive area of San Jos*. Gorfvfow" party as set forth In pro-the CARUSO. Wife./ styled court on or before' .
I NOTICEOF NOTICE OF SUIT August .. '1980.: other.wise
Manor !I. convenient la shopping schools. churches and sold Final Judgment '0-
'1 BR turn aparlmont. $110. ACTION NO PROPERTYTO a judgement may
country clubs. Six floor piano provide, a wide range of 'in.frost. wit:
1 BR unfurn. apt. SI SO. TO MICHAEL CARMINE b* entered against you
and Include flat and townhousee. Each unit A parcel' of 'land 'lying
'2 BR unfurn.' apt. $250. I CARUSO Residence : INEZ E. CAPEHARTCO for the relief, demandedIn
''2 BR unfurnished house. features! king' size roams, completely. equipped, kitchen, In the SW/ of the Unknown. Chrlstlonsted.. Post the complaint or peti

.I unfurnished' apartment. 2 entrances and balcony Of tarraca. The recreational' NE'of Section 33. YOU ARE HERESY Office St.. Croix, Virgin
''3 BR LAKE HOUSE, Furnished. Feb. May.COMMUC'AL'IO'EII" facilities Include a largo club .house, pool and 2 tennis Tn.hlp..h.. Ranga NOTIFIED that on action 'Island. tion.WITNESS my hand and
courts. The Decoders Country Golf Course ,Is directly 22 East, Bradford Coun. for dissolution of mar YOU ARE HEREBY the seal of said Court on
I across the street. ty. Florida' ; laid parcel' ....g. has boon filed and NOTIFIED that an action July 7, 1980.
warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great
ocatlon. Par mora 'Info. 4 FREE pictured brochure contact Hlggenbotham < being more particularly' ,you are required to far Dissolution of marriage Gilbert Brown II

I Tackle and Bait business large Inventory. r Realty Inc.. Realtor Martin .. Hlggonbotham. described as 'follows: servo a copy of your has boon Iliad As Clerk of said Court
Auctioneer.' 1702 Edgewood Drive lakelind written defenses. If any against you and you are Marian' McRoa
One city block In downtown Storke. |just waiting for the Commence the SE '
Florida' 33803 SI3/MS.4014. at to It. on Petitioners attorney required to serve a copy As Deputy Clerk
right business Great opportunity for downtown mall. of Mid SW Vi of ,
I comer
7/10 Hchg 7/17. whose name and of your written defenses. 7/10. 7/17. 7/24. 7/31
I large warehouse. 6.000 ,.. Needs roof, and NE'A and
approx. sq. run Westerly ,address Is MYRON C. If any to It, on the plain- 4lchf.
epairs.' Has floor and standing walls.
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Income Property Will Pay For Itself
.I small apartment complex." Handyman's special I 4 renal .
units. possibly, S.
'1 small frame house.
'1 large frame house. Needs repairs. Residents' or 4 HtCAl.TOH': In a rc-KlHlrral,: collective inrmhrr-.
apartments ((4 BR 4 BA). ship mark vihith' may Iw listed nnl> b>' real rtlittr. pro-

'I 2 BR frame house. Apartment on side. Zoned com ( REAL ESTATE ))) friiloiialu who are mruibrr ol else :NVTIONM: '
mercial. ASSOCIATION OK II.:.\1.T"' ...' and Kithsi-rihr, In
NEW LISTINGS its strict Code of ..:...tI..M.

ilock building on 301' North. Great business 'location:

'3 BR. I Ba. Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial.' home an 3.47 _

acres off SR l:.A. 3 BR. 2 ,
Please call us to list your property. BA with fireplace and double
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garage. Large cleared
John E. Glover garden spot. ralph

Reg. Roll Estate Broker Far Me call 473-3154 ) Bryan Real Estatt

lu Green Sanders .. .... .. ..;'
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782.3931 Homo: 7.2.,." REALffFhone ERWILI GAR 205 N. Temple, :Starke
offices S.
New Listings CROSBY LAKI. Bargain .Hunters JANE USHERRealtor
,,,.7700 I
special, leke h.", for quick solo. price ef only'
Financing Specialists 393 N. Temple Avenue
Owner Financing 125._. Over 1,000 so. ft. living, ere plus front WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
Bond Program C.n..ntl.nollo.n. 3 4 dock. I Don't drag your fads. 496-2126 Lake Butler 498.2903
parch car carport
FmHA VA FHA 203b Rental), 203V' ( ).Showing 235. 24S s"Exchanges Come see vs for land, I an this eno.I I Properties for the Discriminating
"Are Your Slips
older homes, and new FOR SALE
'S Rm. Home.plus garage '3 ID. 2 BA. CS. '.P. Con. hornet.Goad lauSINISSIS. Completely. furnished 1175 Capela Mobile Home on 1V

a shop arms.s' ec.Sll Vac. Sys. Can. H/A 3 Ac. FLORIST In ,ideal location 'Inventory equipment. 4 I to Aeten a e/sor.4 ..wrsoma. ..... fenced acres In Whispering' Pines ..ythlnlllloll -

,900. S4SOOO.Ronchette.. 1 bedroom. IM bath ...... I14.6W. Items. .... esptk .......... oven a new riding tractor for only $20,0001'
'12' a SO1 M.H. Furnished. 3 ... 2 BA. S home, with adjoining Income HOMES

with 12' x SS' Fatlo. Shady Ac. Stocked Pond, Fenced. producing rental property MIMAl FOR CHIlDfJEN-INClUOING A TREE HOUS.I .-. B* I Worthington Sprlngsi approx. 37 acres pasture and

I... SIS.000. SS4.MO. to help make monthly I BA-Brick Venr...... Room withNropleceCNBADouble woods.
'2 SR. Furnished Homo .Form House 4 B Ac. payments of SM3.78. S -on 1 180x200 'lot
S1S.OOO. 155._. This mortgage Is at 7% gorage I Mobil Home Parks Includes' 8 hookups and 2 trailers, has Convenient to Southsld, Elementary School on Eastwood
$5S OOO
"". from CS. .... C.... drive a easy 3 SR 1 I'/i B horn penciled carpeted con
'3 SR. Frame 1 3 '1. 2 BA ,located on 1% acres of COUNTRY LIVING an 2 Acrea-Block with Brick room 'for 8 mora hook.u....
Lawtey Ele. School.' H/A Plus Ige. Guest Cot 'land with 200' on 301. Trlm-CH4A-l7M ft. living .,..-3 .,4 BRS-1! tral heat. A/C window units, stove a refrlg.. garage corner .

$26.000. t.... 2.6 Ac. 57000. Laths Sop DR-lot-In sq. kitchen-Lg. IB! with Franklin 13 Acres with beautiful brick home, unique pool ..eclud.d 'lot tree and window hoses with flowers Could be
BR. Homo In Country. 1 et,44 Ac. Fond $14.375. frame financed thru land Program 132,900.
4 3 bedroom cypress P/lreplac. -W/W cerpat-vory neat $54.000 owner fineness1 financing available.lrg .
Ac. S17.000. '10 Ac. Shady 20000. home, walking' distance to ..
.3 SR. 2 ... Stucco. '.P. '20 Ac. Fenced Imp. Past. Owners will hold .
uptown. MUST SEE this Brick Veneer$ BR-2 Be-LR-Pern. Rm. and small ocra tracts owner financed.
Con. H/A. S43.000. $2.000 per Ac. mortgage t* qualified. I with llreploce-CN'A-Closed gotege-593.
Sm. Acreage for Homes 4 buyer NINI ACRES-3 Bill ..-.r.m. Hame-lge DR -Ego Kilo 4 .......-, Vi bath "Vary Attractive... Shaw Add Price I. "Country Club Islataa" lots 15 4 14 combined' $'.000.

MH. chen panel wells solar hot water system. 14.I ,-. Right. "The Woods" near Country Club on paved street, a lot
The/ best /Investment on earth/ Is the earth' "..//1" 9 ec. (front en both sides of B BROOM FOB! CHICKENS-HORSI-Ilk* new-Slum' 110 a 3S31 $10.000.

301 North Troll Motel lev/toy 51111..... Graham I co/Freme-Ige M with fireplace BR 1 Beth-energy Business Opportunity

Ann W. .,..k.. Associate Eves/Weekends'''.1223 Please call coving '_tur.-145._ Includes Tractor a Disk Narrow.PRIVATE Hog Farm 9 acres, modern bldg. 4 equip. Includes
Evenings 1 BACK YARD 4 GARDEN AREA-Comforteble. 3 Dblwd Mobil. Horn, financing available.

Gil Vernle!, Phone P. Odom.144..5476.P. Broker. IB* 2 BA-llock-Fam. Roam-Closed" ...*-.. .. I Cenerly Estates An exciting, meticulously' constructed
4 Rf. Just $40,000. Custom Meet Process Includes holding slaughter
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Storage Sldg-lnslde' utility-Rang pen homo "
creatively planned to the
Integrate structure to Its
.."Andrews '''.77'* H STRAWBERRY ACRES-Ig* 2.I.ory-4 er 4 ...- rm. freezer rm. cooler rm 4 work rm. Alto 3 acres 4 natural surroundings and vistas. Large stucco "'.500 _

Robertsrrr'2t Baths-on 14 ecrea-f enced 4 cross!enced-Call for .41 chicken houses 4 dblawida Mobile horn. mortgage $47,000 9'/.% ,Interest monthly payment
Ontu
rv H Information.eCROSSY S444. Homo available ,Immediately:
LAKI-2 IR I Beth ..._-65 feet or

Real Estate .. wl.hSCIft.tIockl3t,000.
alala K I WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN-2 SR 1 BA-Black. enlarge .

LA I lot-$24.000. FRULKNER Q
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964-7828 986 Temple FENCED YARD-CLOSE IN-Black BR 1 ___$20.000. 1040 Plnobraose Drive 'In Southeat* Florida. contemporary .

I HAMPTOM-IN TOWN-SAVE GAS- 3 SR Frame on100x900 RERLTY !:J&4-SD&S"IALTOI residence with House Beautiful Interior.' The
distinctive home offers 3 BR 2 baths
GEORGE ROBERTS Broker lot $19,200.LAWTIYHandyman. CH4A. thermal windows
964-5231 I Speclol-3. B* I SA frame en LotI "- .J many closets custom. drapes and carpets fenced

ASSOCIATES 104 a 201.wn..lln.nc"110.1OO.lOTI with e garden' end attractive. landscaping. '1% financing.
$ 6.S00.
Weekends and EvonlngsCall > ACREAGE
I I 221 Lafayette Ac....from Wishbone
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Richard' Roberts-944.555 Judith fI lynn. 9M-S3S4 KINGSLIY LAKEA o RD 325-A-1 Acres-$5.400 terms.US .
Ann Godwin 164-SM Petty' Slices. ,,,.6579 summer pleaser with 301' IAWTEV acres 4 up_Beautiful oaks-City
John Langford 4".3114 Norman Heeding 964.7620 spacious covered dock. 4 I Ibodr..m. I water a sidewalks, .,._ per Acre-terms.
Loren Canon44.704 Lucille Spry '''..U20IC. .. 2 full ""'h.. *ROLLING HILLS- (Bylesa, Hwy, ) I acre 4 ..p-eS.SOO 4 RENTALS Waterfront Estate lush Fropko living magnificent

." Waters *''-'*41 John R. Smith fs44217HOMESITIS control' boat 4 sir electric B up 12% dawn-5 yrs ot 10% Int. 9 BR, 1 bath bows... trees cover the property from too read to the beautiful,
FOREST HGTS. Restricted 'A. sure lots $1.500 4 up-- white beach.
boat lift paved driveway.New 2.7S acres on Lake Geneva with 300 ft. on
Listing . .$12._ NORTH OF IAWTIY-2 '/ acres ".000-5 OFFICE SPACES 3 rooms 4 bath, private entrance. the water Four complete residences.' Buy for an Investment .
.'Largo 2 .t.ry.'r._. tg. yard.' S fireplaces Water St. ..,._$9,000-10% Down-5 yrs. at 10% Interest. C/H4A Carpet. Hwy. 301 ,In town. or enjoy a* a family compound.

.'2 BR. I B. LR '1. Kitchen-Olnlng-Crystal, Lake Aree.'S THE PERFECT MATCH a RD. USA-4.2 ..,.. $''.000 Terms.

.' '". IB, ',.m.. I,. out-building. ."' .... 4Vt A-SternRd. A long net summer and I FOHSYTH RD.-JO ecres-born-well-septic-ele, *. lovely concrete block HOMES home with 3 bedrma, 2froths

your very own swimmingpool. Some fencing $33 000. ....... dining ....... kitchen family' '.
''4 BR. IV4S. IR. DR. FR. .p,.... 'A A. SI 14 ..... Comfortable 4bedroom *US 301-N Secluded 10 acres pines-$22,000 4 living
room and breakfast ere*. Control, Heel end elr. 2Barns. Sampson lake. A |jewel for the fisherman. 100' the
.'3 BR. 1'10 .. II-OR, De".- .." ". St. hem, control! 124._ terms. en
gereee, chain link fenced yard.peen water by. 7SO deep Attractive, brick. hem built In
hardwoodNoon US 301 South IS acres- 1081 ft. en US301 $30,000 I 173 F
heat 4 air, j
fruit ...... Fenced end cress fenced pasture.Offered .
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trees. with 3 BR 2 B CH4A $' .000 with 21% dawn Owner will
MOBILE HOMES aver 1 aero ef eweee Nnenced. with 3Vt .c,... ..S40.0OO .
.2 '1. apprax. 12.' .roo-.N 16 Welt.DW and. ,. . . (45.000. t 356 ACRES-HAMPTON AREA $1,500 per ..... or7% acts.. ... .79000.00 carry mortgage' Interest rate end length of mortgage
-3 '1. 28 .pp.... SVt A SR 14 West. CALL US AT 944.3718 ANYTIME Terms ere offered.Financing negotiable.Secluded
'DW, 2 SR 2 B. Furnished .pp.... 7A. Crosby lake LAKE LOT.- I DAY 011 NIGHT I I

Sha,... 105 ,lees .n the w_. eppreslmetoty MANY. MANY OTHERS I available. through FHA VA. FMW. 8'

4O01 depth DON'T SE SORRY YOU DIDN'T CALL I IMonday = don't forgot the Bend Meney. "
OUT OF TOWN frontage en e Awed reed flS -Frld.y9-sp.m. ;' | quiet and cosy aft Edwards Rd 2623 sq, ft. In
.2 BR. 2B home-LR-OR. ."' ,... SA. Lawtey. excellent owner termsavalleel S flfl Setwrdey 113 IV* year aid hem Complete with 1 bedrooms 3 baths.
I .4 BR, IB, large home, 2 story .pp.... 2A. Klngsley lake ,. *. -..'- .".$13.500 Evenings, ..."lu"oI.,. by appointment Bjj ..'.p..,.Managamarrt Services,; Avalleble. separate dining, room ,. llreplec, In family .room ,

Area. Ralph P. Bryan- Realtor spacious, well. organised, modern. kitchen double'
llAOINabyDUIGrs.Inergy .- Evenings 4 _c"oeds.., patio with brick lookout complete,
ACREAGEBeoutlful efficient brick. I I seeerete workshop $49,900.
C. PeersenSrekerSeteimen
W.yne..D..I. Llliies Feulkner-RIAlTOR,
wooded .lot In Graham.. Area) ,,. "home, bedc.._. 2 tile Nevis S. Ward Breker/Selesmen' II I Paul' H.
"8V* acres *n Forsyth Rd'" battle, lneultd dear 4wlnaew Irene I. Faulkner. RIALTOR-ASSOCIATI,
944-643 Sr....'/1.'._ 4 Offfce Manger
'4 *crs off SR 133. '.. *, centrel! hew 4 .".7454 "* .131' BB I Evenings '''.1142
I '10 Acres Country Club ..... elf lot. kotweter .heater.egs.ipped .
j kitchen ."NIW Jude Moody Vicki Powell SyMe. ReddlthAssociate |I Susen M. FaulknerRIAlTORlvnlngs44SOeS Realtor Associates=: After HoursByrenTerwIlleaer
H Rddlslifl .
jj RENTAL "home by Whitehead. Constrvctleei Asseclete Vmei Martha Dark*. 713-3397
j 964-5613 944-6843 Associates. I I I
.3 BR. 1.. .largo yard_Bessont Rd. <*.. .. ,$48.300. H 944-45M" VUkl .Merman 944-7774 Sally KIIIIn.4M-225l
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By Elizabeth Elisabeth Walker Danette.bora July S,at Alachua Gen.
Terry Pbaae.IMU > Hosp. Keisha Join two I"ten. Kim

Fewrthef July Calebrauoas Deacon 7, and Datina. 3. Maternal grandparent
PERSONALS! Arkansas.Mrs. and Mrs. Elisabeth Dean of 1311 are Mr. and Mrs. Albert
The Good New Club of First BapUst Crane's daughter add.family. Grove SL were host for a family Tyson Starke and paternal grandparents -
Church held their first meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballo asueichildren Fourth of July celebration at their are Mr. and Mrs. Gary
the church July 3, with 45 children were Sunday dinner guesta i home. Guests present were Mr. and Hampton of Law tey.
present, besides the teacher and of Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse. Sr. Mr*. Dan Smith from Orlando Fla. leader The second meeting will be Frank JPendn-vIs of Fort Riley and children: Mr. and Mrs. Robert reunion was a great success. The
held at the church; Thursday July 10' Kansas, Is spending his leave with his Hankenon and children,' Mr, and event was en toyed by all.A steak dinner
and there will be three other meetings mother Mrs. WJB. Pundarvla and Mr*. Ray Tyson and Mrs. and Disco .. the
In July 17. 2t, and 31 beside test other relatives. Perils Mae Sanders and family, Mrs. highlight of the evening' class. Is
meeting August 7. All boys and glrla Henry.llllnk.nd Mark Hodges,Mr. Johnnie' Bell Coleman and family: of grateful to all who helped make this
are welcome at 10 a.m. and and Mrs. Thomas Smith Mr. and Penney Farm, Flaw. M -. and Mrs. event success.
refreshments will be served. Mrs. 'Jerry Glance and family, and Slocurn: and family. Elder and Mrs. Church ActivitiesSt.
Mrs. Joyce Futeh of Blackshear. Miss Debbie, Smith and boyfriend Allie White and other friend of the Jobs Missionary Baptist
Ga.;was a Wednesday dinner guest of Randy Trainer attended the ,FireCracker neighborhood were present. The Church Sunday School, 10 each Sunday
her sister Miss Elisabeth Terry. Four Hundred Stock Car celebration was enjoyed by all attending. Worship service 11 ..m. and >
Mr. and' Mrs. James Anders of Race,Daytona Beach on the Fourth p.m. each 2nd and lib Sunday. Vacation
Palatka. visited their mother, Mrs. of July morning. Kelly Reunion: The "Annual Kelly Bible School starts July 7-11 from
O.J. Anders on Saturday. She returned Mrs. Robert Lee: visited her sister reunion was held July lat the, home of 1 p.m. 17 p.m. Visitors are welcome.
home with them and will be with Mrs. Robert Whetsel, of Keystone Mr*. Trudy K 1541 Me- Free Causa True Church of God la
them for several I days. Height, and enjoyed the Cullom St. Mae: %. present Unity Monday: of each week, prayer
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Reid and childrenof 4thMf July festivities with her. Sr r, were Mr. and Mrs. John Williams ofStarke band; Wed. 7p.m.,TarryiJIC Service;
Snead with .. spent the Elder and Mrs. Brink EUerker. of rb ,., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harris each Friday church service. Sunday
weekend son-in-law and Hollywood, Fla., visited Elder A.E. and the Coleman family the Schoollo a m.. Morning worship 11
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brown Massey on the Fourth of July. Page family. aU of Jacksonville the a.m. and 7 p.m.
and Mike Jr. Mrs. Ben McCulley to spending Brunaon family from Ocala the Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap.
Leon Conner and Mrs. Pierce some time with her listen Florence Williams family from Miami the list :Monday p.m. Lee Clrbehalf
Crews attended the Fourth of July and Helen and her brother, Arthur Jackson family, the Brook family: cle a program on of
celebration at Community Center Llzotte in Rhode Island. and the Sama family, Mrs. Vestter the Women's Day program. EachTuesday
Raiford, on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mr*. Fleam' Starling and family all of Starke Mr. and 7:30 prayer meeting. Wed.
Mrs.Joyce Futch and her daughter. visited Mr.'and Mr*. E.F. Caldwell of Enticement> to Car Wash. Mrs. Chaneller and family Mr. and all circle*met la the Fellowship Hall.
Mrs." Julia Fachtmann and her Jacksonville, on Saturday afternoon. .. Mrs. Jerome Jackson and family Thursday, 7:30: Story Hour at the
daughter Carla returned to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Brown and little Cheerleaders from Bradford High raised I14S. with the from Arkansas. church. Friday a p.m. the Junior
Futch's home Friday Fourth of July. niece Michelle of Orlando >visited help of Lawtey Unlimited, In a ear wash. There were many friend present: Choir and Junior Usher will
They plan to meet Mr. Fachtmann In their brother-in-law and slater Mr. The money win. go: toward paying their way to the Easillea, the Jenkins and rehearse. Friday the ladies win sell
Tallahassee on. Wednesday of next and Mr.1' Lonnie Teston and Mrs. eheerleadlag camp. July 21-24 In DeUnd which costs $87 McNeils,from the community.A gala dinners 12 noon. Friday 8 p.m. the
week. Earl Teston on Saturday afternoon.Mr. per cheerleader. time was enjoyed by all. Outreach Choir will sponsor a program
Miss Arthurlne Blanchard returned .and Mrs. Barry Watts had a pig Another car wash. Is planned July 12. Birth announcement Mr. and Mrs. (musical), on behalf of the
home Saturday after spending a week roast on Friday. July 4.TMr. following The enllcen. above are (l-r) Gina Lane, Stacey Dow Bobby L. Hampton Women. Everyone Invited.
in Bradford County Hospital. We are Frank present: and Mrs. mark. TabM Fohom. and Ka_ Chitty. birth of their daughter KweishaBradford Funeral Notice: The funeral of Mr.
happy that she is improving lots. Hon and grandson Jason James Martin will be held Saturdayat
Mrs. Seeb Andrews 01'Wlldwood. of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. John Davis 1 p.m. at Greater Bethlehem
spent Monday to Wednesday with her and son (Booty) of Jacksonville Freewill Church. All covered dishes
mother Mrs. Fred Moore Sr. Beach;'Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett Whiffen will be carried to the church.
Mr. and Mr*. Ralph 'Fetch and and daughter. Nancy and their son Herres Represent Greater Bethlehem. Freewill
children returned home Sunday morning and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bassmastersby Church: Sunday School 9:30. Morning -
after spending two weeks with Joey Bennett and Ben McCulley. Worship, 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30
their parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mrs. James Waters returned from Bradford at Boy's StateA p.m. Evening worship, 11 a m. .
Green and other relatives. They her vacation spent with her ion and Pleasant Grove Unit** Methodist.
visited their' Miss Elizabeth and Jim- Church School will be
.un; daughter-in-law Mr. Mrs. : Sunday only
> June the Bradford
Terry on Saturday afternoon. my fUgftinbotham of Fresno,, Califor- pair of Bradford High School ('Mike's been spending all his time' Bassmasters Friday night held 20 their, held at each church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.' Wallace Chesser of me. Juniors Mike Whiffen and Joey Her- lately working on his car. An honor Tournament at Rodman. monthly Fine Born Church of The Living
Clay Hill, are the proud parents of a Mrs. B.L Wllkison Sr., returned rs headed for Tallahassee June 29, likW this Is probably the only thing Boat were launched! at,Kenwood God Each Tuesday. .::30. Bible
daughter Jennifer Allison 7 Ibs. 11 from her two week vacation spent as this area' 1160! ( American Legion that could get him. out from under the Landing Rodman Reservoir. Tournament Study. Friday 7:30.: Tarrying Service.
:1.ilJ..Riverside Hospital. JacksonvUTe with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Boy's State Day delegates. Whiffen hood" she said. began on about 7 UI P.M. endedat Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning worship -
;Sunday June 29. Grandparents and Mrs. Hubert Wllkison of Live) and Herres were tapped by Jones- W1 ffen'a current dabbling\ In auto 8A.M. : 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
are Mr. and Mrs.Fred Carte of Clay Oak. LangfordWhite Post 88 to participate mechanic are an outgrowth of his Mr. R.F. and I. fished Church of God Prophecy. i Sunday
Hill and Mr. and Mr*. .Melvin Will are happy to learn that Mr. Joe In a program. 1980 state science fair project which made Bryant run for the deep School 10 a....; Morning worship 11
Chesser of Middleburg, Shuford has been removed from the Legionliterature centered on the use of alcohol as a together.area la the of the a.m. and 6 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were critical lit but is still in intensivecare solution to the energy crisis, Whittle tournamenL'early part Greater Allen Chapel AME Church
Friday July 4 overnight guests of and is Improving slowly In Baptist described "a ex alned. We tried tried Sunday School 10 a m.. Morning worship -
worms, plugs. even
their brother-in-law and Jacksonville.Mr. crash In "Mike's been all members asked
sister Mr, Hospital, course experimenting with to 11 a.m.; are
and Mrs. Oscar Vanxant,oTCaliahan.. .and >Mrs. Robert Smith and city county.nd carburetor: that he says can talking: them.pounder p We finallyconnected mov- to be present Sunday for a very important I
Deepest sympathy Is extended to family. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Smith of state govern' theoretically deliver more than 100 ed toward the treeline where the river announcement from the -
Mrs. C.Y. Mayo of Tampa. (former Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. EWe ment" mile per gallon of alcohol: once In- come out. We had several strikes in pastor Rev. W.H. Zander
Miss Ave Lee Moore) and other Smith of Savannah Ga., were Saturday Boy'r State stalled In a car" she said. Mt. ZIon AME Church: Sunday
this I had set the
relatives because of the death of her supper guests of Mrs. Henry Day began In' In addition to district and state hook;area.broke a favorite pick-up rod and l School 10 a.m.. Communion Service
husband, Mr. C.Y. Mayo of Tampa on Smith and her niece Robann. Robann ". Florida 40 years science fair entries during both the busted chair my I bad to stand 11 a m. and 8 p.m. All members are
Saturday July 8. returned home with her parents Mr.' \ ago, according 1979 and I960 school years .Whiffen and cast my the rest so of the tournament up- invited to attend.Aalloch \
Mr. Lonio Austin of Daytona and Mrs. Robert Smith, of Jackson-' .' to Poet M Adjust lettered' in track and cross-country Missionary: .
kinds bard on back and feet.
Beach; spent his vacation with his ville.Their daughter Faith Smith will ,'J 'I rant Joe Gissy, .nd- longed to the camera club at.Bradford your Church: Thursday-Prayer Meeting 7
sister Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and stay with her aunt,Mrs. Henry Smith J and has liven High.. In the meanwhile, Donnie Evans ; morning-Choir will sing at

niece Mrs. Daisy Boch. <....."..w Mr**Flossie. Rosier was a guest of MlkeWbUfen bo18.n oppor-t) on Joey Herres played piano for the and Edwin Johns field wersvat.,.Orange...*- SprIngs -"".-- Starke= :Nursing Home 3 p.rn,,J5yenng,)) ,
8Jrs.! kal'.D'.q/OUI/A; / ...... bet cfliuuosVMr. and Mrs.T.C.. Raineaof participate: in meek; school's herusesrbefcnged to ,havlnff* day. J _- .
Pa1d..t, p6ncIing,lbelr v.caUOItj Mel oseran Sunday. legislative sessions, a* well .*' the Sclkpce'club and honor society W.T.; Smith and his partner were-. m"m CitVli'y' Btfflfull 'Cnurcll.JrrocJPmeeting '''O'
with friend and relative In North, Mrs. Mabel Boyette and her son-in-. simulated gubernatorial and state and was recently elected president oaf also in the midst of some hungry bass. Thursday 7 p.m. Sunday
Carolina law and daughter.Col. and Mrs. Wm. supreme court election ever since. Bradford High's.1980-81 senior class. Edwin had located the bass a few School 10 a m. Preaching service will
Mrs Glen Ann Harper and son of'' Wilson, were Sunday guests of their' All 568 boy attending this year's' day in advance.At 'be held next Sunday 5 p.m.

Wauchula.l spent Saturday with her'' brother-in-law and sister Mr and session will stay '. 8 A.M. all Bassmasters returnedto McCall-Tysoa Re..loa< TheMcCall1yeons
grandmother Mr. C.R- Crews Mrs. Hal Hamilton of Jacksonville.. In Florida State .. Kenwood for the weigh-in. celebrated the 5th an-
Earl Denmark of Jacksonville, attended Mrs. Flossie Rosier attended the University dormitories After each Baumaster had weighed -
nual reunion a at the
family July- ,
his Donnie Hunter)
catch (Hawg
Northslde Church with his Bradford-Raines Family Reunion in but few LackbjQuoromC9nceIB
? home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tyson,
the with
aM1 Evan was winner Edwin
mother Mrs. Lois Carter,and was her Keystone Height at the home of Mr. Kale delegate Sr. of Starke. The l.mUy.nd friends
John placing second.
Sunday dinner guest. and Mrs. CuDen Raines cousins of spent
horseshoe and
landed bass enjoyed bingo
Osear'Carter and Mack, Sr., left Mrs. Rosier on Sunday. much time tourIng BrookerFailing for Joe the Rigos ht-Se l plus pounder.the largest volleyball games with 3 full days of
Sunday morning for Hot Springs\ the capital
; cookout fun. Some out-of-town
to attract the required In behalf of the club. I would like to guests
according to i
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie B. Mc-
were:
these
congratulate three
number of members for a
Joey Herres. quorum
Call Mr. and Mrs. James McCall *
Bassmasters especially Donnie, who ; i
"I'm really the Brooker City Council was unableto
I excited about conduct business Tuesday evening set a new club record on pounds- family; Mrs. Beatrice Gordon; Mr.
Hampton Highlights said July landed during a tournament and Mrs.Morris Curry*son. all of St
he .
going,
In an interview Mayor Blake Hamilton called a Congratulation to Joe RIgs who Petersburg: Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Mc-
baa been hard in the Call and kids, Houston Tex.; Dr. and
fishing to
01 the Council for get
special meeting
By Delores Meag when be was a patient at Alachua just prior' to Mr*. Roscoe McCall family of
Joey HerresI Wednesday evening, July 8 .t 7 spotlight A* for Edwin you can
Phone 4M-W1J General several ,
years ago. departure. Peoria III Mr. and Mrs. Polk
; Harry
;
him to be when
count
fluted city on tough
always
consider \ .
Jody I Is with the hand crafted think It'll be a |great opportunity p. pressing It comes tournament time. family of Phila. Pa.,; Mr. BennIe Mc
to him this to meet new people all over the '.
guitar presented on trip.
Call of Tallahasse; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Friday night, July 25. the Bradford
While in Nashville they also met state and an excellent chance to learn City Attorney Jesse Wolbert informed and Mr. and Mrs.
Tyson family
CLUB MEETSCoupoo' .Grandpa ones and his wife a*well uOpryland exactly what government does by being the member present that Bassmasters will return to Rodman William Jr. and
McKinney. family
Refund Club meet Saturday other celebrities. They en- a part of it." there.. a time limit for approving for an all night tournament from 7
all of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. Albert
,. July 12 at City Hall at 1 p.m. joyed their tour of the Hall of Fame The guy who went last year' payment request from the contractor P.M. to A.M. 14 hours of Hawg hunting Tyson.,Jr., and i.mily.; Orlando; Mrs.
BOOKMOBILEThe (Robbie Pierce and Thomas and engineer working on the In the dark on Rodman will
and other .attractions the area. Barry ) Mary Walker lOlI, Titusville Mr.
;
Bradford County Bookmobile said should for state water system. This necessitated the "make you" or "break you". .
Donna Sullivan of VUano Beach run representative and Mrs. Willie B. Tyson and family,
This will be the last tournament for
accomodates this area Tuesday because I'd be able to do special meeting.On .
every pent the July 4th weekend with her more. Cocoa Mrs. Velma Grant and Mr.
from 12:30: until 2:30 p.m. at the Post aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Jerry From what I've heard though, I'll the agenda for Wednesday la the 79-80 season. August will begin' a and Mr; *. Eugene DeSue all of
Office parking lotSENIOR .Wadesworth family. have plenty to do regardless what of a partial payment of new year. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
$27,37 ;
CITIZENSMrs. HAMPTONLAXECONGItA'n1LATiONS office I run for." to Mechanical ChemicalEquipment Let's have 100% turnout .for thisone. Jenkins and family. Maryland Mr.
Evelyn Vaughan. William According to Marba Whittle,a longtime Co. of Brandon for work motherand ;
and Mrs. Charles' McCall. the
Lahn and Rudy DeWaters Joined Miss Debbie Bonn daughter of Mr. friend of the Whi fen family completed so far on the water At this time I would like to extend father McCall.. Mr. and Mrs. _
members of the Starke Senior and Mrs. Bernardo Baes was mar- delegate Mike was equally Uthd.beNt ;; system. Also to be considered Is a our sympathy to Bobby L. Taylor and Rubin McCall, all of Bradley Fla.
Citizens Club for their recent picnic at his $328 payment to his familyln the loss of his Da(Vy.We ;
ried on June f to Donald Leasure, son selection.Registration Gainesville Mr. Norman McCall Atlanta Ga.;
Goldhead Branch State Park. Parcel Engineering of are sorry to hear this Bobby.
of Mr. and Mr*. Claude Leisure of LonnIe McCall 'Miami,
Hampton Senior Citizens are not Starke. The wedding took place In for engineering service Ba a Wishes
meeting during the summer months. Gainesville.Mr. On a better note was Chang Neil Crawford

Their next meeting I scheduled for and Mrs. Robert Halsey and Set For Order 3. which deleted the new
September Soo. Keith spent two weeks visiting pump and column totaling $5,2'70 for Nonet or
HOSPITALIZED Mr, and Mrs.! Bernardo Baa and Community Day the water system ddb to the present INTENTIONTORESISTiR

Mr*. Mary Williams Hampton family. Care Center pump being a vyBsaau.v for 2137.
Postmistress, I Is a patient in Room 838. VISITORSMr. Next regularly scheduled meetingwill ,FICTITIOUS 20 %
at Alachua General Hospital! following and Mrs. Harold Crawford and Hurry! HlII'1'1l! Enroll your child be held Thursday July 17 NAME

recent surgery.BIRTHDAYS. 'son, Kenny spent three day recently now! beginning with I budget
5:7epby
'. at Sky Lake, Georgia. They also en- .A special registration for cnUdren workshop toll a regular .Purtvonl fa Section
Royce Randall Joyner.. Jr. Joyed touring the scenic area around ales a-S that need a good day car meeting. 86S.O, Florida Statute
celebrated his second: birthday July 3.' North Carolina and Tennessee and program NOW or In the FALL, will be Councilman Gene Melvin and J.C. notice !In hereby. alma, DISCOUNTFROM
Happy Birthday to Tom Paladinoon visiting the National Park. held July 10 and 11, (Thurs.i Friday Harrell were present Absent from MAY that the unde.. '......
July., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford and ), from 8:30 a.m. : at the regular monthly meeting were DILL I DAILY RATES
Jacklelllitchell was 13 year old July Kenny entertained Mr. and Mrs.- Community Day Care Center at councilmen Steve Nipper. Joe JONES.OIENHAUKN. MYRTLE OCEANFRONTVACATION
> Old R.J.E. M4- 7V4. Tolleson and C.J. Stalnaker. DAVID JONES
8. Harold Davis front Starke the Jenny Center AND A.L.
Janet Banner' celebrated: her. ,7th Sikes family of Lawtey Randall This Educa- BOBENHAUSEN.
"M..1. The Islander Stack Ledge hVi
birthday on July .. Crawford from Lawtey and other tional Activities: Skilled teachers and Box 232. Uwtoy. Florida
VISITORSMr. ,friend with dinner.and a swimming hot meal' To register the child Cancer Crusade JJO3S doingbuilnex. you tropical ouch mart stng -
and Mrs. Mike Brunetti and party on July 4. needs: 1) a current physical\ exam; under. e 'limited portnwWp amidst tile hull natural landscaping
family enjoyed the recent visit of her Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. and 2) proof of immunization of TBtest. ."Be' Ever"The horeaftor .known as of .New Smyrna Basch.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wragg, and Mrs. Francis Meng have returned Fee are on the basis of Income. MaM CATTLE CO.. it. I. When you'.. net sunning an the
of St Petersburg and other relative home following three week In Bradford County Chapter of tile Sox 232. lawtoy. .Florida, beach* MljOy our SWItltlVUflQ POQl
Brenda Bawek la spending Sometime Toledo.Ohio,, where they attended the GOSPEL MEETINGS American Cancer Society has just 20S.. Intend' toroglitor min ature golf curse osseiout
with her grandparents. Mr. and funeral of .their mother Mrs. Freda Come and hear the truth Our closed its"best crusade ever" according MM. fictitious inside dining and coeku HI
Mrs. Otis MiUenbine In Orlando. Her Meng. message ia J_. Service will be to Lillian Stump chapter prest- vane under the. prowl .!9* lunge or M paotsktt. Dilly
brother Paul;, .alsovisited- them Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clayton enjoyed held In the Chapel of DeWitt Funeral d The .-fens el olorotaldMtuto. planned ehlldne'i acthrNlM.There'i .
'" the July 4th weekend when they Homo lit Nona St. Starke beginn: chapter collected$7.537 for the
Mrs. Josephine Fontaine Is visiting rented a condominium at Crescent InaJay; 10 aU: continuing cancer fund, assigned Dated Hilt 10th day of grit tennis, and ftsMngMarby
her son .ndl.mPy.Mr. and..... Edward Beach with their daughter Lynda,. each Tuesday andThunsda quota of $7,471 exceemaking Bradford July. A.D. I9M In Bradlard (H awl tab right aft tin
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County 7/10. ...
Fontaine, (In Oxford Connecticut Peggy and Keri and their children., Sunday* at 7:00 P.M.. ALL, the eighth county in the slate to go 7131. booth. And yawn M 8 short
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WELCOME. over its quota. drift fan al CwHraTrlorfcJa ..-
Justin Wftdsworth celebrated his Mrs. Martin celebrated her, o-ac9M WW BU ad. 28\ % dII-
11th, birthday: on Juno 23 by participating July: 3rd birthday width a cookout party Card Thank counts good 671/W-12/20/M
in the activities at. Wild at their home for family member of ", DR.,, JAMES K. HESTER Sundays thn Thursdays aadud-

Water In Ocala. Among those. and friend Besides hamburgers hot In loving memory of Joyce Johnson ,OptometristIn Mug hoed hen reservations
celebrating with him were Jerry, decorated ,
dogs a : cake and other =
Bobbin and Jody Wadesworth and his delicious food, Ute group enjoyed a Hicks who left tola world!years ago .looting to BOrwo forth** tpadallMd' IroWnf'In eye tae; h) phased to on"ounn ire IIIIIa! will the IItIiIInd&c..a. /
July
gr.ndmotherMrs. Joe Sulilvn, of softball ; on 10. *"' EnfoV.
game 'You left; but not forgotten..... STARK OrTOMETJMC ASSOCIATES '

WaldoGRAND. OLD OPRYMr. .birthday Mrs. Eugene on July Meag 6.T celebrated her For Your memory left live with always.. .!III fotumo hi*.....el. .flc. of o i no.t, eHoctivo July' II,. ItSO. D$ IN IEfl:
..... Wadesworth you lie a of you, that .
and Jerry Among weekend gueata, of the Paul part .' Dr. Kyle D. bshire; ..
will remain. FDr. aCACH LOOOt
and son. Jody, spent fl'Olll.June 13 to Meng family were Carlton and always ,, .
Joyce
Your Robbie whom all love James> O.Chamh.rUIn ,ocYAM-n corf k.
eon
Tennessee we
19 In the Nashville, area Angela{ Man -
where they enjoyed the.Grand Ole Mrs. Davfaf,Wad and swagand and. care for:.... Dr,loonord gchlefn.enOpf.rIsb' ..." ; NUOMT40iaASono ,a..., ..4':

Opry at Opryla d. Orlando, Mr. and Mr*. Kenny ...,.' You will remain our hearts a* a ,Now Smyrna B....... .... 1MS, ,
While there they spent several day Chars and earn, of Tampa Mr. and memory. !but never forgotten..... _w._... _-...._ '((8 4}"!?-MU,
with Shot Jackson who operates a Mr*. Theron Hunter and children. of The Loved Ones Of _rtw","I sesia.e.i row assn
guitar factory: there. Shot learned of Joyce Johnson Hick -
Keystone Height and Mr .. 800-342.5620
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Brooker's Youth Ballclubs LssVof. Matching Funds for'Coiuity.'' '


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Explained Commissioners

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Tlta entire Bradford County Commission .unless we receive notification that Commission rejected bid from
Mar4vr1 will be taken George Robert Insurance Inc.' of
.an was brought up to date by corrective actions by
area civil defense officials on the Bradford County," the report says. SUrke $1,871; Maine Insurance
reasons behind the loss of matching DateeU reported to the commission Agency of Lake Butler, $3,833 andGerald
fund for the operation of civil that last year the recoupment figure Brown Insurance Agency of
defense in the county at the monthly >involved was around 12000. Starke for $3,371.Fire .
meeting of the board members Monday Shuford assigned Commissioner
,July 7.Jamea Mail I Carter Jr., to work with DepartmentsAfter
+ Dalzell north Florida coordinator Dalzell to try to resolve the problems.: a brief discussion with Harry

't for the area civil defense with Jerry Thompson, Bradford County" Green, chief of the Bradford County
'fin + headquarter In Starke,. appeared Civil Defense Director presented a Volunteer Fire Departments and with
before the commissioners to apprise budget to the commission asking for other members of the county's firefighting
them of the problems involving the $34,07120 for his department. In past units present, the commissioner
loss of matching funds. year the county received /matching agreed to meet with firemen
LI t1 L ) rt A list of deficiencies fund from the state for the operation at a special meeting) Wednesday,July
'r tt The facility 1* subject to flooding of the civil defense program. Thompson 9, at the Bradford County Courthouse
during a heavy rainstorm.The also works with communication in Starke to discuss the program for
emergency fuel tank Is aboveground programs: in the county. the ensuing year -
and subject to vandalism. The notification to the county of
1 The emergency ventilation system suspension came In a letter to the New'Zoniug Board Member
a service only half of the EOC area., county commission on February 8, Commission the recommendation
The EOC V does not have an' 1980 advising the county of suspensionof of the accepted toning board and appointed
water the funds. .
emergency supply. Nancy Odom to succeed
'V needs either "This Is to advise that Bradford
The facility an you
Jerome Johns on the zoning board.
VR transfer switch for the has been from
automatic County suspended
of Dr.
She I* the wife area dentist
emergency generator or emergency participation In the State and Local
Richard W. Odom.
.a; ..." .- ... ....: ,11 battery lights Installed.The < Management (PA) Program effective -
Telegraph had difficulty get March 31, 1980, by the Federal
Brooker No. l ting Information regarding an Inspection Emergency Management Agency.
in 1977 of the facility located at This suspension is effective on that
finished la third and Jimmy D:::awdy. YOUAUTO
The Brooker No. 1 Tec-Ball team place ,
the Bradford County Fairgrounds. Information date unless or until a disaster
In Lake Butler's Recreational Tee-Ball League, Team Second rowCoach Joe Tolleson, Michael Tolleson,
had been sent following the for Bradford
preparedness
members are << inspection problems County ,, I
Crawford Chris Barns Kevin Snow. Anthony Wentworth and Coach
First row- David Newborn Phillip Terry the Emergency Operation Center letter sent by John G. Burke Division !
Josh Crawford Thomas. inns
Kevin
Wentworth Chris Snow, Hamilton (EOC) and a second inspection was Director for the State Department of ig '
held In January of this year.Commission \ Community Affairs in Tallahassee. ;
Chairman Dave Shuford arranged a.losl.
for the Telegraph to receive a copy Fire Insurance
of the reports after Dalzell and the Four bids were recieved by the
Bradford County Fair Association commission involving fire insurance
director Bill Wilson refused to give on nine county owned[buildings with a Q.You art mj last hope for
oat what's '
the paper copy cube reports. Starke firm awarded the contract. findiag brand wrong 1984
The EOC building was built In 1965 Merritt Williams Insurance Agency with my ThunderMrd.new It's
and at the time the building was completed of Starke, with a bid of $1.M7 was .Ford It
months old and
in September of that awarded the contract for a _yearperiod. oahr twe
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Bradford County Commission leasesthe la already swing way
cheeked
orach. I
v.
too
building to the Fair Associationfor everything for leaks...the
110 a year. Records show that dealer has cheekedeverything
lease was never renewed.
In September V 1977 an inspectionwas JROTCatBHS be can.,Neitherof
found
held of the EOC facility and a na aa answer.
number of held to Since you're my last hope,
meetings were try
iclence Is Honor Unit do you have any Ideas?
to resolve the def *. A new inspection -
was held in January of this
year.The. The Junior Reserve Officers' Train-
report charges the operations big Corps at Bradford High has been
I I 1 1 h l room Is not set up to handle an designated as an "Honor Unit With

LI emergency. situation and that amemorandum Distinction" for the 79-80 school year A. Just one. Are you sure
dated May 15, 1977, by The Department of Bragg, the car baa 'the right
states the operation room shall be a First ROTC Region, dipstick Occasionally( the
central area containing maps and North Carolina.. wrong dipstick is put into
other graphic aids for key officials. The BHS unit was given the honor the engine. This is the
It also charges that the EOC In for maintaining exceptionally high easiest thing to overlook
Bradford County' file contains a letter standards In its program. when troubleshooting a
dated November 20, 1m in which The JROTC unit at Bradford High new car. To be sure you .
they state that certain repairs were to serves over 100 students. Its missionIs have the right dipstick,
? be made to the EOC. Subsequent inspections the preparation of young people for hold it next to one from the
: revealed that this was not leadership in their school, community same make and model and
accomplished. ; and nation. marksmanship in be sure the marks and
Brooker No. 2 "Since the faculty has not been military affairs ., conduct length are the same.Aitamotiv .

The Brooker No. Z Tee-Ball team finished In second: Second row- Coach Joe RObln.on. Sport Tucker.... maintained in accordance: with CPG The and unit world,.>during politico the' 7040" school\. ,, -" '" ,
place In the Lake Butler Recreational League. Team Thornton. Vince Robinson Josh Lewis, Russell Thornton, 1-3. recoupment procedures for the
of LTC
term under the direction
I rata share of the federal contribution was
Coach Williams Harrell. pro -
members are Mr) John Smith (RET) and COM. .
First row- Michael Williams, Jason Smith Johnny Third row-Kelly Dyal James Smith Assistant Coaches for the unexpired 25-year period ACT.MAJ. William Hah Parts CseilirVTARKg

Prescott, Michael Bass, Eddy J. Fonseca. Kelly BIgham and Sherri Harrell. and Don McDavld. -will be.-initiated on March 31, I960 '' .




CONSOLIDATED! REPORT OP CONDITION ,.
(Including Domestic SubscVaresCommunity ) .

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State Beak of Starke

CITY COUNTY STATE. ZIP CODa

Starke Bradford i'loridsr 32091
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45 STATE SANK NO. FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT NO. CLOSE OF BUSINESS DATE
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6 June OleO
ASSETS Mil. Thou

1. Cash and due from depository Institutions . . . 1 '
1 1 1s 2. U.S. Treasury securities . . . '. . .. 2
r
1 3. Obligations 01 other U S. Gov.rnm.nt agencies and corporations ,4 :I

i t .i / t 1 4 Obligation 01 8t.tss and political' subdivisions In I the United States .' ';\ '. 4
t s 1 1 I 5. All other .ecurU// 0 .; .. ", .. e 5e
F.der.1 funds sold and securltlss purchased under .gr..m.nll 10 resell H, V S
7. a. Loans Total (..cludlng unearned Incom.) .' . ..... '4 7a

b. L..., allowance for possible loan fosses . . ... p 7Ito.

Loan. Net . . . ...h', 70
8. L.... IIn.nclnG receivables . .. . .. one 6a
Bank premises. furniture and hxtures. and other .al.'. representing bank premiss . .. S
10. Real estate owned other than bank premises . . .' ', .'one 10V

11. All other s.sets . '. 07''t 11
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12. TOTAL ASSETS (sum 0 Items 1 Ihou 11) : 12

LIABILITIES
".- _- -r 13. Demand deposits ollndlvldu.I.. par1n.r hlp.: .nd corporations I';' .. . 1S
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Brooker Red Sox 14. Time and 88"lng. deposits O. individuals partnerships. .nd corporstions' .' ,4

Jerold Mace. 15 Deposits o. United Stales Government ., ". . ,.... . 151e
Members of the Brooker Red Sox member of the Dixie Second row- Coach Dana Dyal Thomas Moon, Eddie J. Deposits o' Sial. and polllic.l, subdivisions In the United States . .. : 17r9 11

Youth Minor League In Lake Butler's reere.IIDnaJlIl.y Seawlck. Link Hollingsworth Michael StiUwell, and Head 17. All other deposits . . I.. V . 11
are l-r)i Coach Gene Melvin. 18. Certified and olllc.r.' checks . .' 1s
First rowTrampus. Drawdy, David Nettles Brian Third row- Lamar Barnes Greg Pardee Joel Brewer, 1s
1. TDIIII Deposits (sum of items 13 thru 11)) . .
Perea, Mickey Keedwell, Scott Douglas Bobby Adams Kevin Starling, and David Hamilton. .. Total demand d.p".III '. .. . .'.... '""' 1Ia

b. Total' time ant,savings deposits r. . ..i -. F 1Ib
20. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under IgrMments to ,.purchase one 20 I
. : 21. ''nl.r.-b..rln" demand notes (note balances) IlIu.d 10 the U S. yr..ury.nd
Help for Jordan Granted in Lawtey other llabllitls for borrowed money '. ,. gone 21.

.1 .. 22. Mortgage indebtedness and. liability for c.pllallz.d leases :n
<. 23 All other liabilities . .. 2)
Approval was granted Police Chief Was given a rundown on a survey Approved, on first reading, the 24 TOTAL LIABILITIES (r..cludlng .ubclrdll'alad notes. and debentures) (sum al tramsa Ihru 23) 24
M.M. (Butch) Jordan to hire part-: of new fire trucks by Fire Chief Bill 196041 budget to take effect Oct. '1. 25 Subordinated notes and debentures .- : . None 25
time officer for the balance of the Croo e. The commission took no ac- The General Fund I la set at$86,130 and EQUITY CAPITAL '

fiscal year by the Lawtey City Com tion on the request for new equipmentby the Water Department budget .at 2CI. Preferred stack i. No: shares outstanding (par value' N tar
mission at its the Volunteer Fire Depart-
regular monthly Lawtey $45,875
27..Common $lOCk. a. No. shares .uthorCz.d I 1.r. : 0110.0
meeting Monday night. ment. The new spending bill include a six ( value, 21
,b. No. shares outilafllling +-'--' par
Charles D. Carter former police officer Crouse reported a soo-gallon
percent costoflivingfor . 0
28, Surplus . 2s2a.
under the CETA for capacity coats $57,362.
program pumper regular city employees with the exception
A listed the Undivided profits and re..rve for Contingencies and other capital serves 21
some four years, will work 20 hours mint-pumper was by of Water Department
per week darting yesterday chief at $2 ,748. Superintendent Barry Watt who :10. TOTAL EOUITy CAPITAL (sum at Items 26 thru' 29) 30at
(Wednesday July 9). Carter now A Mack truck fire engine was listedat recently got a raise. Watts will TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum 01,, Items 24. 2$ and :10 '. 1 1 U 31

works as a correctional officer at a $72,000. receive a three percent cost-of-living MEMORANDA Memo'
local prison. A 2,000-gallon capacity tanker was pay Increase. 1. Amounts outstanding as of report date'
Lawtey has been operating with listed at S3,000 and a 3,000-gallon *. Standby letter ol credit total 'ones
Just two police officers Chief Jordan capacity tardier at tM.OOO., b. Tim certificates of' deposit In denominations ol $100 000 or more'. -t t V 1b
and one officer Sonny Jackson. Jordan Crouse explained the companies Starke Church of God'The e. Other lime. deposits In amount of $100.000 or more : -. ; .' 'A,ono 1a
has been requesting a third of would set up the new equipment on a Youth 2 Average for 30 calendar' day (or calendar month) ending with teport'dat1.. .
fleer since the second CETA positionwas lease-pwchase agreement with 20 Department of the ;' 2a.
Starke Church of God honored the a Total deposits (correspond to Item 1 above) <
dropped about a year ago. Mon percent of the purchase balance price as be a seniors of the church with a banquetat *x>ieSIONATUfl Tin a.M M ue.sd W sa wle.d.d.aic.'d. atN.Me W'.i Mss Men -, MMr Mew_ih. 'M..o4n, rew.e, .... !'"wt +
day night the town council met Jordan down payment and the to the Western Steer Steak House on I...a'._....... I5.0s) M M..W....... Mel lass Ss..t oC C.M.Ma ....1..... .Sw swWn.ae wMd.i",a '". Ie..... 4/t M w v -11 'M. ....... ,
half way.Commissioner. paid of f In S, 7, or 10 year .
Hubert Priest < Saturday. May 31, at 8 p.m. Nine OP OFFICf IMS) AUTHOWZf,TO SIOM BiPO TCt AREA COO T.L'EPNONCNO. Aft SKNIO

to approve the part-time position moved .Was told by Chief Crouse the Fire seniors and their parents were among >t,:3... ,(r" -96u-78jO! : July 9, i960 ,

Commissioner Marvin Rosier seconded Department answered two calls, one the r fifty people attending. Includedan HAM/ NOD mil or OFFICUIS I )Aumoeuio to MM tuanCeell W.. the underttofwd d..eclectn.M el IMS ....... ol
and the motion was approved to a car fire. inside the city limits and Highlights of the evening Condition (C'includm, the Mpponinf _......,..) andi _,... Dial it >e. I
unanimously. one to fire outside. the city Inspiring message from Rev. been ...-by us end le ie be"i of ewf knowledge and b*'.et has been, '
Carter will work two 10-hour days limits, during June. Jerry Hill\ an evangelist fromJacksonville. M. Frank! Cashier [prepare. eamo...at" ."" .... 'm.r.u...!t.. and .\iuttnt\ ..........
per week and be paid $25 per day. Sunday School {NAT/m O n. ttlOMATuaC or oincCToa- SIONATUHI 'or-OCHCTOM \- -
I Commissioner lawn ,Superintendent, Ralph Martin, 011trC '
approved a total of Agreed to rent city mowing /
J $590 for the remainder of the fiscal resident who live in-, presented the seniors with a beautifulBible t.e.. v. .. :.J ",;...- z.- ".'.Ltc-4 I .
year which ends Sept 30. side tthheencity of Lawtey who need to a gift from the Sunday School --
have their lawn mowed. A charge of Department. A special thanks to the s_ 'of Ft.. t Q" f' awr,.q IoIS t'o ;j--: er:
In other action July 7, the commission 910 per hour with a minimum charge management of the Western Steer for ..r .._ mew ,_A. rwAaWArA.tr err ..... .V k'' "" "" '" '/.SO.
I< : of $10. their cooperation and assistance. ..iwre.l.. I wf_....../.Ma r+'( +.r-..,. ...,............ .. ,110. Aa.4U oJ .
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301 Lane Change of W( Small- Brakes Fall Truck a.ss.reaepai.l.asttfdathar4q Prisoner Won't Jacksonville Man
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bound .. ... sane tp fA 1 award Gnoq
Leads to CdOi&kaated oadar.bae.....aht..a by. Drae GNone. Bits Car. Pole ....... Ewe S-....... Go To Courtroomi Gets 3 Yean

_ens ls/red. be e tw.elikattiirt.iah at, elf Labe ....... tt.heft Itr tare was Yjrred b a twoeiide adiwiIt7 III Grain c-t at A 2yesr-aid JadaaavWe.wall was

ttt9s tirep dfs a eb..tl.des tines atmarsata.d brie a iv.- ..........- ........ Od .,Contra Fine... Stara ...... Jagpa Gras seteeloed to mnw Court year at owe at BraoVCounty state
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invoked ...-.,.. Jnay l' III OWN toss a ides.m drive ad. war ....*** ksvohrad o*UJSi. JM. ..4at moved bnwee 0dIJI! Ball .. lie r .- CJrcuJt CourttMOM .. Stark
StakerUQ7a1atsaMataQPaa.Pouts a&"*117 so send ill 1M.... yeah of Cur* k*Stork; nsndey. Truck Crashes b.odt b tieewiatrew at.......... lord .
........s 1Ift1nllmpll dry prtres --dr fdlae tit Myjl.atfcgja.ash twetwdd be eea bars is.......Wd a SOee...ar aoatisa ..-.,.JUDO.21.B.A. Mum G.h..
..... ] by Larry Gem -arose ant wa taO b Or sass dd. VWke recarills sinew a lla- i7Ar d.rp veer in ass's .IacIiIe .
coo" ,
..... accident Or w tars eve ,,*, D IIcCI ad .. reii
.___ :u"a'. 1 acadIIIIt bt r s tlwtft .... sad.. epraMtl y w.M .:= .. Pours anklaa.. repwfed b Jays 'e n" far......... ..
1Ir d }.......,..w,.. MPeaer SO s....1Jri as .
Lwrecy ws at .

Wesait
on US Ml talk*curls Yana as eta tint It.asse.arar b
JLNoun MAW ..tFlwidS spay wtaiek lie had
aptWIo.4.b.6..sa.; NIL ctalllIr b..8 1..Ir time:nhs al.ars trend Garrett ... ** i at trews ball befurebaw..idasne.tSO : prabattoM ease la bee
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Jars Min S11110106 72..a.u.drive -.e-. .. *-by Mar t; --- .,.S dIe.-._ oa probation alter he wa Bii d to
"iat a 1lPa Oadarbai solo.m air "1we i.6rnpur chap....... .. ...... .s. .Erh.et 1M Ii&M.. H; Paid Oat repwt dr*is now yR.brt San lama i two ekerees rinse asown plead guilty to.deUvar7 of 0 combeOedanb.laltt .

s.thb.rd. rill...garde ire sawed shat brats bat slay f.look ad a ts.3 rwc: t of boom, of Cenectssaal OtssordK.BaJiaMlaoaoeasoa- a%
: srrasted
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rash .. fnM .. ... .... wdidItec. Failure Te Stop Mct imenstrwtdeNeardtinsbray "........... hew-. YaL7ofrd was enforcement officials.
...... tieback" "ins ran Ora Wiese themaraftem ... .- alter law
.... np erwearris Causes CebLUsiolsttlsswar..earded P .dean ... of a weapoa.a k0eaeosade kris bye
IrWIk raw i1110 a dads a F received a tip that narcotic wotdd be
.t...s. ,talc with"bob i.tideats
ear. wrONaeAIse pra.e r a euarriag -
ward Y a tee were drafted fcy .. Dew heed em at pawed.at Florida StaUPliaaa.'g13S
Ne citatrs were y- Yet A.qL.21.
noted .. 11:
ciIaIi.-were by Pedro.Correet1ou
.-.de-....sad r tae Iejaradw
elabalt at jacilmon SIr.a anSleete. .
; n. daf.Jiy 2L ala:91 Ps a..... 2ti Arrested 1 ... ,i
Woman Caught - - - ---
Police nerdo .... a Islaa OIl Weapons Charge !.
Taking Pot into FSPA "drn.ede madam. .varrad byre. ULW ffrn WJ! (? f'

*.year old IirtssariBe Wows Lee (]airy. a. of Start M* A sye.ra.u rural Starts: uiilia< PieddHt ft.BelL SB.of Lawtey.wasckarcedbyStarkePMIcwtffekwn "
Ined la..t a death row.Basest. Fti- banal s tralme a.wins. a am.... was ..&.t by Sarre pins a aeiti.epe .i E. Cal St Starke. RaStarfce's 964.5890
day. My 4 at n.na Stare From.nave. A.r seats eats this by. thw0L1r.eaasr. d ear 7tslt a CWMKttlBdaly. die ace***f aai aeesdeat aad to,.... "
.pat to wet-BMBMte.wkaiakerkeneat. M. d --. was aeb.un4 !.s .My 4 at O>* ..- a acadaIIIt and Net Drew daysetlSlee. __ Own Bakery "
-. ..I eadt ttp beret arre.oed r Jackson SI. 1.acwrr aw IIIIIiIIIIIIt .... Seek Once atPew. .aak. at Jaetss..r0a.1 as........
,...,brats Nor a soap..... go"ase..pkad .. Deny nv..s..2sei Awl bis i Ik* Mr 3.oa ..tss eolithsk d 1M'De Vacation TimeJuly4July14

Mary L. Notes ...**er hypmios ,fahp and struck: ins Cairy.es.ee Saab ,
offioals It y SkeraXI .. :as rcpt side. Patrooawa ..Jt. Mctatar ash per writ tsed"d. i a tiatSeabndew

aS ..d R. :- .... arterseff bre0 So.stains were laded bar jai. e. Elam G.Moaker amooed Mark.. ef'wdoaday.June 2L al1:25
a diIIIIrp d urtrwdact.s fIf c.Ira- daft Hesse,es t2.wails cIioJqIe.IIerw7 : par U A 3H. 25 fast swab of : ::
Was rdMaIeoI 1111141on AdIk.-Street.! Has Ik
p.oa.eVeb *
bead man a aI sum I'SP pra.aReterdw sheer New was Cars Collide ..... nt,_... S in as a enw' Reopen July 15

sassed b laved DMdI RsW innasWyse At Stop Light
Jasper D w**. 2t.In 1M pre-
eels et beans aa.r.J wdi serer IUI5iI lours- was recurred. Ie ab. -
vaammbthea. iveteafte wow" .. ar&cCIIImII..r eat Ujurad.
I bats vMfc ssarvlaadasssadballatfiiBedwtfka oa U&JBl all feet aoroi.of ton Street
was a paper
,.. is Sarba. Tbttodr, My at fcS

rterauaed b *ed feU f.-
Hotoa'x dething amcerd.s a..- PoUc* records kkw a H74
Man n) ..... I17Ba1t1waA. in Ii

Dante had been scfcedaM te die aste NoeeeL a. *f Start*, sksffied at qua ty
electric ckaar r Uy of last year the traffic SgM. A MOT Toyota sods
for me tm ...... deatk of a etn.e n i fey. BndEHt B. Mum. 7s. af
Lafesasrifansntredeaa;.._IIia sees Jaeks..a2 .ins ran ion the.arf _
1M ureict"Nae .
une was stayed ib..rs Were bar Ifeed
sdeiied esceeurmrla Bill cue: ur sin esadsss were......y,.ae.


--an-L-olaa was released ea a SUM

"' .... .,.., Battery Charged

befoan: BradFord Carey J.reabae To Starke Alan. 32 Ist
S. S.asdfrs Jill die Dram" CiaatjBolktezer.
Jd r 9rarte. A 32-year-aid Sbd.e moss was wrsyaea'by in
pelim as the remelt d a bett" savings
IIIaI5ImI aim Andrews Sheet feino

Track S dr.e:;.no.tmy., 1hb
Theft is Prated .. .Jt.kbIIire eirted
Wimbard L"wy no.-Mai btlnery
.uact.a Greyly Sherds Deprtobtss by. now ins Eau s Oaire T1w.ba
a eaea i..notyns drat a ..dent aI a SlaneTheram
Man Ge s-.,..Jay s.. deli d af1.b.ed r On Doubleknits Unbleached: Muslin Butter
11fJeW -* and. a beidi.er 6ain a pneed WR bend and. ,

behind 1M aL Fleet Stare nearAeSD was ,.,..d l1r.s 1M BradfuldCara

> remi Arne Pad Taw .1M iIi. Boucle Plains and Preferred Prints..make

say repw.ed, the van veiadeam valued

M Tube Stuart ow were new-pAkred fr bn field City Man Arrested TGt&Y the place to shop for your fabric buys! -

....l ad .had not been Lund. asOr For Assailing WomanA

Vapor went a p- ,
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T AsalaaFilriln '
Nomad bjpebeeiseen eetnewebaastaald G Faonc SNxw rely
a aeras wale die IIIIadImI 612'L
Lane .
Change tins wnda. ,. Mr 4. at 7:6
Leads to CoUisioaNo p.-. at a ia ere Raw aft 1. 97.
bee d SIarb.
FABRIC SHOPS
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awe was fcrjsred ss a IracktracMr ..... -tat JkIaIIre artestcdJame
noAme i oo M ML 85 feet Jars awe as a ''
arts of Georgia Street SB Sartre web W ON ......at_ d8r1e"r.- -- .
iXM rtiamge. te dse w eUaUt serered *- .vtr a pedal trait The fabric more
..edaos4I,.My 2.at 11M: a-m. Rare a baeurt bid is die Bradwd
.... records show a H77 Fordtrack c-:: JaA ia SIarU anafteir A.AI5e women depend
operared. ky W Bard v&ker. baste _
bawl arrancead Brad-
O. *f LaacvnBe. Gam ,.'1"---.0....-
SOd cyIce EbM: S.s-kn.. on than other!!
date lawn MIl plowed. ,.r the npt any
lawn treat.a urn It.IrM-

lor dnvea by Jates Esssry Tent B.of .
Seffoer.: ,.,.... wb struck the _

ea the rapt..... Motor Catches Fire, PoIruIH Ooubl intte A wed
N.cstanoos were ssssed by tribes
nay ol IOOS Polyester fabric
Catches Driver ease. Stretch your imagination and
/ your budget while you whip up
an dsraw was rtx+wda +
m a are
a wardrobe M for
Passing Attempt a Q.-
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d--6 b-Ty rim
Stock
Damage 3 Vehicles ........__wdi__sv.red., SB Dooeieknita. up are now ideal MW for shorts later

.,. decease we- .-'lIed a 1M N.sfsp dial took place Sday. and stacks suits and dresses.
a
three Jay&.at t pa..oa CB-zn Bracer.: and so much more Come to _
tebek accident
e'tk no b-
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jared waa the smock tabs ptoUSMI. .ea. show Flonds tKl ffiehwiy Mares haW sedaa re..tds Add a Irttie sun to the savings, on these TG&Y Doudeknits now at for bio Polyester savings'
7 operated
so fed ..... af CS-U r S4 60-wide full bolts.
by Eddie Wiawft. Jt. af GaaecnUe file fabrics and the of
summertime
Start, W-d.ewday, My X at 11:" rays .
was Bone siirt or: CB-rn Vilna the '.
ai ad wa set on fashion!
ecgiae eooporODeateaagbt your
Police report said a tJ mime Or
oa & ibea
track '*|>erate4 by Bobby Lee pulled to -..
the SIde of the btgtway and die Fie
Orwefl.. af Gmemlie was otodoitf.Trwper.
trafthnc swath an law in the tefti
oe bebtcd a 1ST.*F. truck tag li1d_Abrams cited Walndnadnrwgtalebceasesap

by Harvey June Startaafc +-. ofSurfc : ndedof 1.27Rocktend
1.47 3.21.
*- Oicweil atteraat i1 to exjapebaes. 1.57.;
faded la see a law Pjctie!
sedan operated by Jeanie warren
Carver. at.of Starke One Was soars 2 BC Tracks

balM beskds her. Q'IIUwIt tins Stolen JniylTwo
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I Green Pressures State to Show Why FSP Conditions Should Not be Changed I



AD automatic stay., bated on the the state of Florida bear the burden proceeding. The of- pointed out. testified that he killed expected to be taken up at a later It I is expectedf during the next three.
stat05t'eppea1 to the District Court of of proving that change In the treat' flee than asked for a srdefender's another inmate. Zaiser said other inmates -' time weeks that Zalser ,.,WIry to get the
*in Tallahassee baa been shot meat of prisoner are DOt needed at resulting la Wednesday morning brought ,problem on Judge Green asked Zalser to check appellate courtanothercourttos
down bjr Circuit Court Judge R.A. FSP, the Attorney Genera"'OffIce court_loa. themselves. with his clients to see if they would be aside Judge Green'* order vacating;
Green Jr., thus bringing conditblron filed the apps.!.They represented the Judge G....'* order Wednesday Before making the ruling July 9, agreeable to the appointment of a the stay given after. the, Attorney
the Ute to show why Department of Correction and Gov. morning) also ordered the state and Judge Green took: a 30-minute recessto study committee ana asked Zaiser tonotify GIn *
Florida State- Prison.should not be Bob Graham In their plea to have the public) defenders office to be have attorneys for the Inmates and the public defender'office by 9 address; tits attempt to sink
charged Green'order stayed. prepared within three weeks to argue Zalsedr try to come to some agreement p.m. today (Thursday, July 10). his order Green said at the July 2
After listening t t to nearly hours of Despite ,Judge Green's power to their cases. Green I* going on vacation on resolving.some difference*In Zalser told the court the appeal to court debate: ."I feel confident the
legal debate Wednesday morning,Ju- vacate that stay if the District Court and Instructed the two side to the proceeding the appellate court I is expected to higher court will affirm .
ly 9, Judge Green vacated theautomatic' of Appeals issues another stay a contact his secretary to set a date to During the recess Zalser determined determine If the public defender' office the public defender'office totematters
stay the State Attorney court-ordered one.It would be bindingand hear'motions, and within two weeks that Department of Corrections: baa authority to file a civil proceeding and affirm: the jurisdiction of
General' Office had been granted would at least temporarily take, following to be prepared to have the Secretary Louie L. Wainwright has In behalf of inmate at FSP. the circuit court::' ,
upon Its->>Peel. After an Initial hearing the state off the book. ..ttOI'ne7al'* office .present.the been legally served with In-
which ended with Green saying The Public Defender'Office in late DOC'scase. volved in the three suits.* papers ..i.--u_ -- -._.... ........-_ nr
May filed a suit on behalf of eight Inmates Legal maneuvering' In which the It was agreed during the recess that I
who seek relief from the state has sought to delay a hearing, FSP Superintendent Clayton (Sonny) Harris Welding
violence and attacks they charge are rather than argue the FSP Issue Strickland both Individually and as
common-place at FSP. charged In the suit, baa come thick superintendent of the institution, '
H&S
At a June 54 hearing/ Judge Green and fast since the attorney general' would be dropped as a respondent in formerly Welding
1 ordered the state to show cause why office appealed two weeks ago to the the three suits. Respondents still
I the court should not Intervene and require higher court. named In the suits are Secretary
changes in the treatment of Inmate On June 28 Assistant Attorney Wainwright and Gov. Graham. Welding of all types
*at Florida State Prison. Green General Kent Zaiser filed an appeal of Judge Green reserved ''a ruling .
set a July 2 hearing for the state topresent Judge Green's order and a cancellation Wednesday on appointment of a .
Its case but on June 26 the At- of bearing motion'in the District special master or committee to study j II"fa
torney General's! office filed its appeal Court of Appeals In Tallahassee. Both the prison situation and make recommendations We build logEa
with the district court, which the notice of appeal and request for to the court. Judge Green .
automatically. granted the stay. cancellation were filed June 27 with offered,, at one point.. that If Zaiser trailers;and'
The attorney general' office was the Bradford County clerk's office. would agree to the study it would be -n.w1lent .
y not represented at the July 2 court June 30 representatives of the kept sealed and secret until the legal
public) defender' office filed two additional matters in the case can be resolved. loaders for pulp
suits against the state and Zalser also advised the court that 'rta7jers

DOC on behalf of eight' Inmates steps the respondent would file a motion In wood trucks
''alt the public) defender s office )' the preceding to transfer the hearIngs -

FSP.help ensure the safety of inmates at to Leon County:,; chat request I Is Mechanic Work

Zalser, representing the state and
DOC.vlgorously opposed lifting the
stay In the July appearance before SCOTT WHITEI.EAD, 468-2755
Judge Green. BUILDER *ou .C8\f' 964-8786
Zaiser said Inmates testifying last
month creaated their own violence Service
r problems. Willie Middleton, Zaiser H0is0 Plans Hampton Rt. 18

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SR-225.On the ground are squash weighing ;
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catalog were planted right at the edgeof _
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a corn patch to grew these giant From Washington
squash. The catalog said the Jumbo'swill cuts that to 46 I"'I" 'I
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grow to 39 pounds. Rosier said. Mrs. Vanle (Alice) Hamilton of .: .
Starke holds small sack of volcanicash
Rosier Just grows them, he doesn't. a
like to eat squash.Union which her daughter Mrs. Ruth
(Alan) Pence, who lives Just M miles
from the volcano. Mount If lea. DICKIES
Mrs. Pence gathered the ash off the SLACKS FOR MEN!
County deck of her home in Battle Ground ...- s
Washington. 40 miles toward l 1 11 9
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Portland. Oregon from Mount Helen. ; I
Court Briefs The ash has gotten Into the Pence'snew I O J-(] '
home and killed the fish In the e / ,( tt --poIy'--, c
After.a lengthy deliberation in a pond at their home, she writes her VU"M 4 .lono seal wick......SOU.....*ors-660....... //
day:JiiKf half trial at the Union County mother.. ., ? ,.... 4 poekols and non-ro*' .
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M. Tench : a their noses and mouths when outside. and
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mistrial the case of Glen Griffis 22, The Pence's were caught driving In a b POPLO. WALK SNORTS
of Raiford, who went on trial Monday rain and had to run the windshield =4.96
June 16-17 charged with resisting ar washer continually wash the ash off
rest with violence. so they could see to drive, and finally __ poty/cotton and i now
Judge Tench in ruling mistrial, had 190 just stop. The speed limit with IUW"u"C scuds,pI_Mon'a JO-44,
reserved a ruling on a motion of ac- the ash Is about IS mph. l
quittal by Assistant Public Defender MEN'S BOXER
Gary Dunham who argued that 1 WIMWIAM
state failed to prove its case beyondthe a 1e-a.SPE/SP PAN It 3.96

reasonable doubt: t FLORIDA THEATRE ,34.88 PAPER GOODS SUYSI PICNIC SAHQAINSIi"SArie
!Testimony was presented by JUMBO MOU. cuO"A.
witnesses for both sides that showed WAS ear TOWELS WAS* *. 4.94 IdyAbllonChronn
different versions of the events that St rka 334-5451 st-ty grille, whisper, 126 11-ply shuns, ON.OALIONHWULATSD urrsd sdwt,,S-xL p/nls/
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at the scene of the ass WAS&W c1/reT. = 7
testified that they saw the scuffle between t Short elsew, .
the defendant and Union County soulss and pelt'/sot/on.Worldsa.
Deputy Sheriff James Leach and had XL, 14A-17.
heard Griffls curse Leach before the 1 I NYLON KNIT SHIRTS
tussle ensued. Leach testified that OU...
Griffis took the first swing. "'SCOUNTFINGS 5 94
A total of five defense witnesses r .
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testified Leach the first to push 2
was sl ave. Pockets. s .
Griff is against the bridge railing. ......."XL,
"One side or the other has lied to i
Assistant State Attorney Harris
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human endeavor." Dunham said.A aoUdbraaaooupllnga. alssn carburetor a aafa-Bow valuaa.WajMl. y
21-year-old UCI Inmate receivedtwo cJaonor_or."d.
year additional sentence after he
was convicted by a circuit court Juryin 4 ,ores
a day.long trial Wednesday. June

18.Alachua County Judge Jean Dawes 301 Drive In

Crenshaw, sentenced Anthony J.

Rocamora to additional prison time Fri.Sat.ItopvidCarraainaj. WMTTt MANS TOMMY TANK TOPS MIN'S NO-IKON OVS'FASHION
after he was convicted of battery of FOR.m. Missile ON SHORTS SHORTY PJ'a JEANS", ...tI..
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The trial of UCI Inmate William 10:tort. Oahe Lill Msaot:,..' own, DISCOUNT PRICE OUR' DISCOUNT; PRICE OURPIIKQUNtPRICElossS
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ObituariesGerald 1973. Herwas a retired stationery Crawford< 'Catherine Williams Mrs. SUlar R. Canter of Jacksonville; S brothers W.T.Mln. 'former pioneer resident of Columbia

engineer; a member of the Park of Ernestine Hanna, Crumpton Mrs. SUlar B. Gunter 78 of Show of Lake Butler and Herman County. Miss Bedenbaugh was Bap-

the Palms Church; and was formerlya and Becky Sean, all Judy illiamston, died age Mlnshew of Jax., Several nieces and tist. ] "
Starke. Wednesday July 3 la theBradford survived
Culberson Prison Evangelist. Mr. Miller was S.C.; and five grandchildren nephews. She! ls by two neicea: Mrs.

Gerald Culberson, age 77 of also a member of the. American Funeral services were held at S:00 long Illness.County Hospital, after a Funeral. services were held Dorothy Mac Keystone Heights

Keystone Height\ died In the V.A.. Legion. P.M. Saturday, July S. In the Chapel Born in Bradford County Mrs Wednesday at S the Chapel of Mrs. ee, Keystone
Hospital In Gainesville Wednesday Survivors! Include: two daughters of DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home Gunter was a member>of the Pine Hill Archer Funeral t.ia; Lake Butler Heights.two nephews: Olen Bedenbaugh. -

July 2, following a long illness. Mrs. Elva Mattix, Lakeland and Mrs. with Rev.Earl A.Thompson and Rev. Congregational Methodist Church with Rev. Bill Delaney officiating. "' and Frederick Water-

Born In Winchester Virginia June R.Jns Cottrell: Freehold, NJ.; two Randy Bozarth officiating. Interment Survivors include: four daughters Burial will follow In Dekle Cemetery son, Syarke. services wereconducted I
Graveside'funeral
13. 1903 Mr. Culberson moved to A.E.. Dallas, Tex. and D.C... was,in Keystone Heights\ Cemetery. Mrs. Mildred Garrett and Mrs. Ethel under the direction of Archer Funeral 'a 7

Keystone In IpM from-Danvl le, Ken- Morganvlue, N.J.; and fourteen Mae Brantley, both of Starke, Mrs. liana of Lake Butler. U80 at Santa at p.m.Fe Cemetery Monday, July Rev.,
tucky. Mr. Culberson was a grandcbl1dren.Jl' .,
Mandy Todd, Lake Butler and Mrs., withArcherTanner
David Hodges officiating
newspaperman, retiring jta 1968; a neral services were held at 9:30: Edna Batten. Starke; two sons John H.
member and Steward of the Keystone P.M. Tuesday,July 8 In the Chapel of James Crews Willard Gunter Jacksonville antiWillis Hartley Funeral Home of

Height Community Church: was a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Burial with James Crews of Rt.2,Box MB,Lake Gunter of Starke; one', half John H. "Jack" Hartley of Lake Starke. in charge of arrangements.
member of the Gideon International Mr. John Meyer officiating Geneva died Saturday In Alacbua
Butler, died Sunday morning In the brother, Melvin Henley Starke; one '
; and served in the U.S. Navy was in the family plot in Keystone North Florida Regional Hospital after sister.Mrs. Victoria Cadle; ,Starker General Hospital. He was 77.
A native of Mr. choir
Brooklyn, Hartley
Youth
Iron 1921 to UZS. Heights Cemetery. an extended Illness. grandchildren i and 14 great
Survivor include: his wife, BettyW. Mr. Crews was born In Bradford grandchildren. had lived In Lake Geneva six yean. Of First Baptist

Culbenon; one daughter,Suzanne County but has lived most of his life Funeral services were held Friday, He was a retired Federal Reserve
Bank credit and member
Price of Hackettstown, N.J.; three In toe Lake Butler area. He was the July 4, at 2:30: P.M. from Jones of Anne's manager Church.a 'Church on Tour

sons ., Atlanta, Ga., son of the late John and Lola Crews. Memorial Chapel with Rev. Lorenzo St. Episcopal The Youth Choir of the First Baptist
rPeoria Survivors Include his wife Jessie
Eugene ,111.,and Grey B.or J.c.Crumpton He was a farmer, and has owned and Griffls officiating.Interment followed two Joan, H. Church of Starke left Monday, on a

Darien. id.; one sister, Mrs. G.Y. J.C. Crumpton. age 52, of PutnaM' operated his farm until ill health forced in Dyal Cemetery with Jones Funeral Hobart Hartley and; Carol daughters Ann Bellows, both five-state tour, .

Smith, Jacksonville; 12 grand Hall died at his home Thursday July his early retirement He was a Home In charge. of Middlefield Mass.: a brother ,The choir will present "Sing
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children and one great-grandson. following heart attack. member of the Little Springs
3, a sudden Charles E. Hartley of Deltoru"sister a Praises Unto God" in churches in Picayune
Funeral services were held at 11:00 Born in Pelzer, S.C., October 24, Primitive Baptist Church at Brooklyn > Mississippi Clinton Louisiana
Pauline C. of ,
A.M. July S, In the Com- moved to Lynch ,
Saturday had Woothington Springs.
1927, Mr. Crumpton four ; Florala, Alabama, Alma,
munity Church with the pastor, Rev. Putnam Hall a year ago from He .is survived by his window: Mrs. Mrs. Luella Mlnshew Graham 12 grandchildren. great Georgia and home church Starke,

Buddy C. Friendlin officiating. Interment Jacksonville. He was a masonry con- Mary Noreen Dukes Crews of Lake Mrs. Luella Minshew Graham! 65, grandchildren.Memorial services were held at 4 Fla. Points of Intereat.W; also be
was In the family plot in tractor a Navy veteran of WW2; a Butler. 3 daughters: Mrs. Elaine of Rt. Beach
; 1. Box 128, Femandina July 1 I960 at St. Anne visited In Mobile Ala. and New
Keystone Heights Cemetery, under member of the Assembly of Glad Lewis. of Orlando, Mrs. Etnelia Perry Florida, died Sunday night In p.m. Church, of Orleans. La.William '.
Episcopal Keystone
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones Church of Keystone; and manager of Orange Park ;and Mrs. Sharon Jacksonville after an extended illness. -
with Rev. W. Collins
Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers the and lead singer for the Jubileers Berry of Hollywood, Florida. 2 sons: Mrs. Graham was born InBradfCll'd Heights Perry
the services. Burial H. First
conducting wasat Floyd
Baptist
family requests that donations be ,
Edwin Crews of Lake Butler and Colon -
Gospel Quartet. County living in Lake
Church minister of music .is the
made to the'.Gideons or Jerry Falwell Survivors include: his wife NancyE. Crews of Lake City. 3 brothers: Butler in her early life then moving Keystone Heights Cemetery. and ,
music tour director. Under his
Ministries. five daughters Beth Roy Crews of Lake Butler. James
Crumpton; to Gainesville where she lived until direction several selections will be
Craft Alexander and Susan Crews of Lawtey and William Crews
Allen W. Miller Cathy moving to Jacksonville I yean ago. Janet Venita Lam presented by the Sonlight Group and .
Vickery of Anderson S.C., and of Jacksonville. 6 grandchildren She was a retired secretary, and a
Allen W. Miller, age 90, died In Gloria and Lola Crumpton, both of Funeral services were held Tuesday member of the First Christian Church Janet Venita Lamm of Keystone the Youth Choir. The Puppeteers

Lakeland, Fla., Saturday, July S. Putnam Hall; one son, Joe Jacksonville at 2 p.m. In the Little Springs of Lake Butler. Heights died June 27 In North Florida directed by Sonny Tenly will present

Born in City bland N.Y., Dec. 26, ; two brothers, Roy D. Crumpton., Primitive Baptist Church with Elder Survivors include: 3 slsten Mn. Regional Hospital. She was M. "Do_ by the Creekbenk".

1889, Mr. Miller-had lived in Keystone Jacksonville and Tommy Crumpton. J.E. McCom officiating: at burial. Essie Douglas of Blacfcsbear, Ga., A native of Princeton Ind., Mrs.

Heights at the Park of the Palms for Williamston, S.C. ; six sisters. Call Cemetery,under the direction of Mn. Carrie Russell of Femandina Lamm had lived in this area 23 years. The Tour Group Includes: 'Tina

many years, moving to Lakeland In Margaret Cramer Mary Frances Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Beach, and Mrs. Kathryn HumphriesMUSSE" She was a retired musician and a Beat Karen Chitty, Lori Clark,
member of St. William's Catholic Carmella Coburn Carrie Coburn

--- Church. Becky Cooper Diana Crawford,
r She .is survived by no immediate Virginia Crawford, Beth Francis;

family members. Charlotte Geiger, Karen Kimbril

MAY HAVE Funeral services were held at 9 Pam Lajoie, Kim Lawson, Lori{

YOU THESE a.m. at St. William Catholic Church McKInney, Jennifer Nix, Pam Pratt,

with Father Thomas Pearson, S.J. Paige Roberta Michelle Sapp, Mike

conducting the services. Burial was Akridge Hal Colston, Bobby Eppe,

at Keystone Heights Cemetery. Chuck Goodowns, Ronnie Kelly Ed
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S ward Kimbril Robbie Pierce, Rip

Miss Ruby Bell BedenbaughMiss Pratt, D.J. Riddick, Craig Sapp. and

Ruby Bedenbaugh, 77, resident Grant Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny

GAINESVILLE SUN of 2000 North Stone Street: Tenly Mr. and Mrs. Bill Floyd, Mrs.

Deland Florida, passed away July 4. Christie Torode, and Mrs.! Sonya

1980 at Carols Care Center in Deland Baldree are the wive

following an extended illness. Miss' The group back In

CLASSIFIED SECTION. Bedenbaugh was born in Mason Starke Saturday afternoon July 12.

Florida, the daughter of the late Leviand

Lavonia Witt Bedenbaugh,

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Shop The Sun's Classified section Kevlan-: firm Ards I




day for values. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED FOR RENT

great shopping
every SHORSMASTIR ALUMINUM CASH KM OOiOi Sterllnct OFFICE OR SHOP SPACE on

portable boat lifts and diamond jew.lry coin lawrence llvd. next to Andrews -
dock Call for free demo. and dental 1 gold. Will visit. Drugs. Formerly El-

Weekday 473-2993 your ......... 1-376-5235. Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone

ENl_RGlTIC. _'.fan_. to cortex fl, OCCUPATIONAL THE RAPIST TIACH 1ftAt weekend 4753991. rtnchg Mr. 111_. rlnchg 6/5 473-3411.: tfnchg 6/5
Car* CUStOfTWJT'ftc
rt>. Must hay* drivers llcamsw.S Half-time FUN Doeltlon ayallOrPlCBMAN ell levels 5/t WOULD OWNER of no COMMERCIAL OFFICE
eb4or t.Wadi with orlvalc.1 Unlverttel Teacher Bo *TJ1Portlend
OT GARAGE ALEI and
**Srv.c .t 5.1dwlndi.D11tI JulyI
ItPol. Toyota lotion SPACE from
Oretjon. eyatjfj wagon across town
.Own .Mlvw.._.r J c.AMC.".,_3111 H. ....''n M.. ,lA1ed', ,_Genes.''''.''.0'--N..P11.1._''' ACHVM&NCCOCO 12 onrfjSII-21 la (U2, turn Jctvock tire repaired at KH MN::400 square 1_. $160
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="Ind Awns. Soemeh/Mumanltree anat ManV paved road to White Sand Shell station week of June month. '"" ""
l NO N flC5. .* ... .qu.rJ.:.. : "
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space, ftucl r construe.ion.ntlrtisillno EnwbVM Typing. MoiMna OreenCell lake. SM sign out front. .
> CanCarpt .. _, 16. May have wrong one. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY
Call Marion .
Voylsn. It Tool.. lira table, air
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.I/W..._Contultcnt.PtRSOrmCEKItR Svcrttajrl.il and bookk Call Shell. ItpdTIOROOMMATI REALTOR
DCNTALWVO EN/ST du1l4M. WPM.- TfllVISXJN I AWl) TedRidans conditioner plant, many WANTID-
Par Genaral, Dvnltt 3724377 _.........;jyf-MSS for an oot.salary. ._,....,.... SalerY....._. other Item. Itchg7/10 473-4961
female. Own
IK In 6-room
3 dlevf tier wsjsjtt. Sand resumeDICSGLMeCHANIC ... ,713/gr.76.194 tfnchg 612GATOR
.... SERVICE STATION Attendantrm ..
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te .NWZ3rdA. O..C..ECIl..TION'
J2OO. house. Lokefront on lake
dad Apply ,In purion. D'.,. Poaltkm In boa onvml- SC C H.TAN V/H SC BPTIOMIST IONI LAKS-
ClOG Oil CorntMnv 1O07 .. UnlverMty. Clans' ..RICO.am return* and Mature dependable oerson to FOR SALE Hulchloon. S125 month. modern 2IR. ISA unfurnished
Rxperlance mutt to work for Ave.bofwaein IP at 4) references to Coot f 1a79. Sun answer extremely bw y phone .
ttila. erowlfo : : = __. Ort-xr A.Gatn' MvHre. PI...*.... tvstem In ACTlWel reel eetateoffice. 1/3 unltlwNutlost.. plussecurity. fir. lac.. dock.cant. ,
EkploVoenf': EWER :
today,11 AAA SERVICE n Must hew.xpaee. '.
Many privilege .air condo and
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towel! company ch.utfwrs IIc TWO ACRES SR-10O garage.
Lowest Fee 4. term bon) .S&L..N5W..NT.0 ... too professional end) .,_t near
-nt l Nawberrv 37S4121aiJMONW .n.y. oood drlvlna' record. Staff nuralne.. Apply in psjreon public well. Typing required. 473-3110 after 5. 2tchg 473-2475. 4tchg 6/12-7/10

13 St. ....idol Permanent lJ rnt. Cell. stable 1- 0>342 Oelnemvtllera -UVl . v.Hf.ConvalMcvnf/ Mac aw 4l Canter.t PI.CHEW. of 0.'t' ,: : jnj with Or= (300 naar down Keystone 166.Halght... per 710.17LOSTFOUND WO LAM SANTA Fl CANAL-

...Gal-life, "L zmw __ month. Phone 473-40SS or 2BR house on one acre lot.

473-4347 after e p.m. Central heat end air. Partially

tfnchg 9/4 furnished.' SI75

LAKE lOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone month. Deposit required.
Height owner 301. 6-SlI6. tfnchg 6/26

paint 73 Mfr-z, tires,new, cvttomlxed lona a front tone IV" Collect*'* Him. late OLDs Luxury *e fteden.Hcellant financed 10 percent Interest. LOVELY HOME near
end, eWtl41p. flood worklna condition. condltlan' must POUND SMALL POCKET
rust see to
OHcel- J:1f Keystone Heights Three
lent .. //t pn. 1:19: 50. 374-9MU.. Ford.. a-eonollno. van. eopreclete MOO Call 3J7-lU3 Lot on dear and liD MEMO PAD Found
iVyiteee atuoetitTV Jy yi23 "or.p m.ASPCN bottomed lake, priced to big bedroom, 2BA
MUST tfJLi. '72 Olds .fetlonwaeon. the week of June 2 In the
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1 whit flraplace CH/A to
202X01. with new transmlmtlon. ell from 9000. On* la access*
Meauler ..., bl".i."..... S 4 while on' floor.vlnvl air.,....PM. 4 door.:...slant. 4. brakes, battery alternatortlree. five acre overlooking take Monitor office. Please call lake tennis court. $425
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scesd. Quad radio, power steer crownpuft .Come to see It end tneke MIna 473-2210 Mon.. TUB*..
".W.OCefd. l-W-aroT moo 3K43M.n offer ami sw list.Apt in. CeilHonde (octet available) with month, first and lost.
Ewlpades a77aa3 er 791!!74, Thur, fri. 9530. tfn 6/12
47S-167S
ooooe: : nice! from Ownor/agent. ,
'77 tree S3.500. ,
FIAT CONVCRTISLsl ,. c'i AN no 1730 snMeni- WOULD OWNER OP RID
.3ooo miles recently/ over Cr...-.. olr. 4 now MIchollTn $500 down $50 a month. tfnchg 73CHARMING ,
((1.( TOW TROCK.1916: Clw.lIle) .:::: Oood mlleeoe tbreeM.l .c lI.n' co ithlto. 3e CVCC mpa, >netchbecat.T4: 4-0..d. MXIOOml. Commercial frontage Toyota station wagon SEA furnished
350_'... Good c011JHlat... 50311O. Radlals/ .T.OO, iTJMneiTOYOTA Air..Mlchelln offor.jya-JM*. S menynewoerte. ..ha/naly .Slls. Investment check tire repaired at ( ..... oPpo'unlty.S1121N.
.n.-.It. .
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at>*e..aK>Onefjottabre n9157.'HT""N"'T'ON"'L Shell nation week at June
'n BUICK SKVLAffK dOe1. Geneva Ft.'Childre" and
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CROWM 7 Ownef.ale. .
VAN 1... ... pemsMnoer economical, vs. air condlttortetL WIN, MAZDA man.473437S. 16. have
2W Ton, with lift...., West car w.for 81N.; oood 7.... for mooj me, -.t-:::: :: : ,Power. tMrTnoai ..../", ._.OLC,.. IS.oo 3-0Md...._air'4. rfnchg 6/12 Call May Shell. wrong one. pets accepted. 473-2720 or
Bit elunlnum body.UOOO. .OMforveiveiob: 37tVOem. MTH 374-9O41. door. 4OOO.. 377-Oiea: ".' .. AKC DOBERMAN PUPSieouttful Itpd 7/10 4732354. 2 chg 7/3-10
77742467. Se-Spin. .,_. ,RIWAtO-Male
G..nIh.ph..dHusk"
177", .a.rA.1.f'.'_weoon,.. CAMERO TRIP:valve P.Ir tD'cId: : litter of .1... Free ONI siotooM conAOi-
Is tmr>r ..-. 4..VI341" 8'rata 171 vCAPRt AM mix partly furnished
trot:
"K>- 71-_ Oood MPO. needs bodv obedience leuon Sire pay own
......Mike. 1Pe3M1.S_._ and dam fromWACHEMEISTER missing from Lake utilities. No children, no
Brooklyn since 7-3-60.
DOBERMAN pets. Reatonable.
Curled tall dark mottled
473-3455. 7/10
Phone 473-7195.tfnchg 6/12 Itpd
colors,' one ear up other
UILOINOSI11 All steel
down. Answer* to ,-......
clear-span building Our
473-3697. llchg 7.10.80GERMAN
lowest price In ever two SHtPNfRD-adult
year. Examples I I I30'x48'x12' XPANDINGb.a..iq
'71 Derllnoton, 12x* : Coerp.CLOSE TO TOWN. On 1.1 female brown and tan, no
A OH CAT
1 on,eerden tub. seoerate show., CC. 1 :: monv 1 bath In an ASSUMPTION eMcellenl MW:1 BR/ for $3.72; collar. Lost night of .. Meer"a aR4deRe/.
era front kitchen, oat. asHHIances/ er ... 1'I'n, flan, under SMMMO. Call KEY loca 40-X77X14 for S5.M2; July Named w.tb5.t nbelel.... Mflba.L
greenhouse window mont Geneva
&reat conMilan. Inc. M ALTOMS. Lake Estate area.
I2JOO.. 3737iMiai1 JQ.I174. Ew :JoOlo.SSUMABI.B ;3751131. tnc REALTY. REALTORS of Alecttue, a73 nt3.-'". 4rx7Txl4' far $6.794: Answers to Ginger.:
6O'xl25'xI6' for
2.000.*19IIJ-amxJN >ow. a ea, a bom*'* contomaororv on mis a vr. nice v 0:claw:ywnrrfrEork.:: : .,.*.. Call toll free today$13.747.far Reward for return. CallEd ,EH.A
Completely Bennett 475-2338
aleClow s. ::'::':, carp.slldlnej and KMt-S,olr Kitchen 1v/1111pw"monwiv' 'Trtl.:K. SS&TSSZZSSUPdlmno .. price guarantee, vertIngs R.T. IOVOKM
-.500.' Hans.. Only va....>. *oo_. 1-800-S4S.I370. Stchg lung 7-IO-SO REALTOR MIS 473-3U4

RIITlfIjf)( t.< .
711611 room. fireplace. Miroe lot.asswmeble LAKE tOTS or lake view'

.eedy THsl to BflSTI-OT build, Private IN TOWN commu wooded LAKEFRONT lots on LOU-H..vll.lira SRI .lent*. ,': ... 0w...., ; 3 Bit.. f Ram. 5 NW% 121f1 IMAW.l morta. irt- e.aiImmeculete ,Vale, acreage on and bottom I
WellDrilling
nity Entersbv. Hlddjanpfik; ,vNW3.ttH Ave' wain Terr.to oowfft Good ovlnnGood*;.r';: .1a1,0 ; onooitt.L19,77p == Bft. ivt beth lake near K.y.tan.Heigh" '

chool.' Tennis & re.u.balWin.. H Hull HsMlty' of 0.1_ ssssfcssnssssstWHITe /:: :; ; frame Lake v'=1l.1114_ t.lei '*. Owner financing PERSONALSERVICES i
courts Come end /It. VIM*. .". 473-4844. 4tdhg 7/3-24
to fN.730. Terms see iy>iaa: Reduced>, .LTO.n.; _7ood-d...!...._. sow & worY-. Lou Weill.
UlUOaitS Pa.SON..L uve.JTT_.NW. UNOAJMID LAYAWAY '" '
JUST REDUCING 'In k>v>v .w Was 4 .*. t HOM.1....... eY OWNE.. NNMOW" 1-31 ASSUMABLE Singer Future fully hruFast 6"-
NIAtACRc.: (OACSMl, Y.rd wins fear.ry 7 eA. os MOATOA06 .
Featnerwoodlot .. theSI.Ears aaMS.. 1v, estaten 7 ecru CARPENTER WORKS Rotary
Restricted a.close,n. touch** you'd 3717Yjtmwni e1r"6b/e faitI.O.r.pNdusiqd automatic (awing
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12300. PV.ppolnt only. a10% : 4f47Nae1asMa/ Remodeling work kitchen
Cal 1.S-D511 T74-Ilya brldt_. t7._. machineOne of $lngar Drilllna Equipment '
,'
finest model Dae .It oil- cabinet and trimcarpenter.

blind hems. monograms. Reasonable ....AWL,,LIC ;;NSEDPush
stretch stitches. buttonhole price. CallEd Dempsey at

end designs. 473-2477. tfnchg 7/3 s .

Originally told. for over M.COMOUC AMOHYMOUSlClosed '

S5OO"poy off remaining meeting Monday Ipm. 'New a USi
balance $119 cash or Open meeting*. Friday

i'' assume payment af a p.m. Alanon Monday SalesPartsServiceEZ.Terms
PINBALL
Alio Mldwov MACMINB-Ouotron."Sad WMLJMoclUno. OININO*' '""'TABLBctwlri.7 '.' mN COLOR/e1or1M TV. w Inch." Sdalp Moo $12.10 per momh.:5.e at S p.m. Alateen Monday 7 I

MOO for botn.Coll 17MH4. titan' .; ...*...,.. **"***cn"r: curler.C411 3714N0.old. 1010 W bet. White Sewing Center 3327.W. p.m. All meeting 'In ;-...... ::)

chosen basefortn W moussesh..l'. DUAL Mi DfrK/O/w hwntab/s, Archer food. ArcherS Educational Building. Com.munlty '.

m two.twin.,, -tape.tr.rocordor.. .U1.band. 17815 orp5.. .rAe a.rndn c.rryfoe cooo wl Lt.eallan 11 n.uotlom./ >7 oljf.MAOMAN 7/IO SMALL RIPAIRSramadellng. -
=. robblt cooo ftie. -ll.rsll. Calash Oriental rut...-. 11W14. .
adaV ,
room
o.tow fIL 370-34.0. ,t KABOON nenew. R.seW- ZMMTHXS COLOR ,
RADAR OBTBCTOB.lino "a s/ _LARGE ft. wicicen CMIOT* chom.boddrowori. u* Or.1176.4111111.LIk, ........ l3f. Under warranty f Ifl ah dons bam built,, sun InstaJlaUbn,
oupor Snoopor .1 wo* *l ee. Shelves 4, mar...aeo. ..u- ( or outline payment af$19 decker and any small Remodeling. Repairs
now, win ooii for *n'. Ask for flno trestle oooM.......tn+jgT HITACHI CAS1BTTK Oocfe, repair. Call ;
....... month. lodger
S-tnoaod 2" Storoo stood Tim iIIOUHO] 4C. Dolby for(10.Llovor*Seek Reno per See et Vwwte
25. Mocllnor/ 11311, All In very 4 PlfJCB' WOOD bodroom ... toMo. -> rocolvor, end Builder at 473-2S09 orANOU'
good: condition *-16. OHO,. test butctiorIbloch aMn lio ., dro.o r IIS. txdiOkrkh." >7..-c>71.INTBKOftATUO Sewing ApplianceCenter. .ng
OAK Sow Prat Ch/ns C4WMe. .........*.obl.... Morfo t t loddor 0-Need back....... and allook.M/ve9,W.774ayra. AMf..*.IMUI 3927 I.W. Archer t EARPRNTRY'
caw t..9 and m _"" .' ..... FINN coll. ._d.3/7-2314.lowlne t. : AU-...... 10 ...... 0' c..... load. Archer Square
__._.C..II37yiM.OWBMIHCUUm ., chlne-25.' micro i/-.w.J.1' 0"', .''. Bloat front.od. /300 neoa/r. Plate. 97e-44a6... tfnehg 'WORK. Build' patio. PUMP

T. full NN. .covorodlol.. movl.comorot25. SAILBOAT ',,".r. la ft. b1. 370-011. ,7/10 'fireplace additions.
_.. L1O1VrvA cNMtloo Sales Aloddln't' l.ntomontlaoel9J. O-O.v WI ueoe rlale KeNWOOO. TKOJ pane_... remodeling. .... &
c t.mPparv ..v... 0:11": >/* tCH.no., 973-1M mast with*000= ", or.....**>":>-_ *-e.* ItMTOUCHMATK CMtlmaM
NIIL ,11"w used. ,3764M.. Microwave even left InMyowoy. Ooy4734473.Nlghts..7S23 SUPPL.Y.COMPANY

.Moot prove, varl* 06., Itch.CLU"NG.P I
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73.731.F'sSSUEE
bee power .......... "Paid.

cydo 610 WIItIII. S- .. ....

Need,more information? _foctary'Y.Assume porments.Party..of.. lING" and 473-2477.- wallpapering.Phone .. tfnchg. 864 N.; .


Interested-in 'placing a classified? (iuint,61riUe Sun d tl.l4 Sewing ser anal-.Appllenc-. White KIN'S 7/19 LAWN CA.... Temple: Ave.

Center 3337 I.W. Archer mowing, edging, generalyord Starke Fla..
Call3'la-4222' InStarke:984-8i70": -"'-.Quality ctepentfablllty. -
r I. I II 1i need Archer Square .
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SALE
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.... HELP .TORRENT WANTED HOMES' FOR -6FINCINGs-..-

Union WANTED 'FOR SALE SltVEK QUEEN SWEET BOAT FOR fALEi Hard
All kind.
.County PALMS APARTMINTSi Furnlshed ,-. GOOD PRJCBS !PAID for uied CORNi tomatoes, can' Flota-Bote. 28 ft. 5 year : hog
welded wire. barb
., efflclencle' .and 'I I' mobile homes If nortgogeI IV OWNER- ,-Completelyrernodtd. taloup, watermelon and old., $1999. Keystone. wlr*
Need IPN chain link
NURSINO HOMIt
BR ., weakly or man* 3/4 paid or mar.OLIN'SMOBILE 473-3752 _.nlng.. 7/10 wilror.wood.; :
apt* BR both their *.0..1.(. Wainwright -
PERSONAL FOR SALE far 4-12 hrit. Full or Fortfinite. .\ 2 one *.. Ire estimate*. MANNING
Ihly. NIW FURNISHED HaM SALES Farm SR 16 2 ml. I. Itchg.
111replace.Screened ,
Roam-
Phone 964-6220. 6/5 Family
SERVICES'CUIT6M STUDIOS monthly only' %4-3". Open'7 ,doyweekly. ,. Central of Starka. 6/26 Itchg.t 14 fl.BOATs 55 H.P.Chryslereng. FENCE CO.j '473-4822.
OK1CI AND SCHOOL Bill tfnchg. ,2313 M" Temple Starka. TFchg parch. with traitor $500. 67 Keystono. TFchg M.
rilli. > Union I BOOKKEIPERi Experienced.Phono Hoot a Air Nice Comer Lot PIECE MODERN living LINK VINCI
MADIDIAPIIIIII'r. OlFTSsSee TFchg '. .. WAMTEDi Mobile' '' home axle 'V.W. $450. Dun Buggy CHAIN
a a County' Time open Mono 473-4077. 7/3 2tchg ..KITCHRNBTTESs.4Dno.. tR *and lira*., Will I pick up. In Saratoga Height" 1021 room lOt. Ono year old. $400. 7823321. 7/10 Itpd. material. Do It yourself

self,Imatoo. Local state and Tuesday ':30 a.m.. 7/10 apartments, pool. TV. ACi,, OHM'S MOBIli HOME W. Prat Stii Phone Excellent condition.Owner 17 .COIIA with trailer, and sov*. Installation

distributor lor completelywosrrable la' 5 p.m.. Wednesday- utllltla Included. Totally SALES, /"4-5606. Open 7 .64-5639.: .Available Now. moving-must call quick. ,... available.!Frea estimate
nationally cloud.: Thursday and Friday TIMES UNION morning furnl....... Weekly. mon day a weak. TFchg S/l TFN; M.LAXIVIEW : $=.Do. Call after 5:00 Trill' 115 Ho HandyMan Fane Co.

advertised GordsetteDraperies. B:30 a.m. till noon. paper route In Lawtav.Klng.I.1 thly rate*. TEMPI MOTEL CASH FOR COINSi Gold. lUBOIVlSIONi P.M. 9646456. 6/26 2tpd Evlnrud Law hour 964-8559.TFchg L.

SW Enter BEAUTIFUL BlUBERRIISlYou ( lake area. 'B8O 11 N. Tempi Avai. '..liver, re"'.llng. dental near Keystone, available 7/3. 12843313. 7/10 21chg. WATBON'B tHOUSI OF

prisoill'. Id or Lama plck-6O cant per pound Available Aug. 1. Dependable Stark. Phone 964-7357.., i gold OF crop ,jewelry, optical _.'Pick your.color*. 3 COMB SIB WHATS now at 7/17 VACUUMs Many brand
S Stephen 494-2219. wo plck-11.00 per pound. vehicle and cash' 9/20 TFchg. frame*, etc. J.R. Bull'Ington BR, 2 .bath brick vner, Grandma' Attic. HWY 301 LAST CAllt Okra 35 Ib. $10 i of now vacuums. Used

51 I I80TFN. Schrotimann Rolling bond a mut. Call now MIMOSA MANOR' MOBILE-;- .964-6250 TFchg. garag*., take accs to N. Lawtey area. Featuring a hamper. Murray'sGarden. machine available. Part

REASONABLE Small trees Ranch In Providence.County 964-5165. 7(10 ItchaHANDYMAN.CAIITAK.I MOM PARK mobile' ,homeland I Bedford 'lake, tow S40'.. handmade Item Large 9647326. 714 and accessories for all

and limb cut or trimmedreasonable' Road 241A. Call spaces for rent.Phone. law Interest H you qualify. assartmeoll baby and lafaytt St. 7/10 Itchg. 4O4 NW
755-0211 for direction In ,j.' ..' OO-CART Used. HP. $100. vacuum systems.
rates. Call oaiy 468-2912. TFchg Contact: Stevenson Construct kitchen Item Gift for all Gainesville.phone .
10th Av ,
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Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m... *. 4tthg 6/196/26 7/3 exchange for apartment in, SLEEPING 'ROOMS. TV,, HOMES Ion Co.. Phono occasions Free gift wrapping Call 964-SO44. 7/10 Itchg. 376-7110. TFchglIMEROCKi
1/3 TFN. 7/10. Hampton 377-B292. 7/10 relief .hot Ifill. FOR ALRl 3 pt. Middle
,5/15 TFchg. with$5.00 ardor. Open
M6.1.0.1a / FOR SALE %4-3056 20 semi
BAKER LP OA1. INC.121 and BUOIDINCS. I#All steel cl.pan _- Itchg. Very by-week .', 10 A.M.-6 P.M. Thurs. lu.'.,. I hog feeder. I 12 yd.
building Our lowest month.' Und.rw..lMol. .':'. 2" 1 BATH FRAME Houses 7823906. load only. ALLEN E.
I 10. .Wassle Ill Proof or ft. metal
dent. "Family owned and price In over two year Ex- CITA JOB OPENINOSl 1. .'. 3.9 mlle ......h..of, ',,, MOIIIR. HOMESi Why pay locotiV'oV SR 125 Irs through Sun. 6/26 2tchg V/,0 Itchg.gala. TAYLOR Lawtay. Phone

operated.We strive to give amplmll 3O'x48'xir for Clerk Typist((3 openings)2. Starka on US-301 Phone. :liMara". ? Buy direct f from the lonvlhon', *.. 7S2-330S. 7/3. NEW AND USED FURNITURE 7823172. TFchgDLUNDERitilSs _
acousticelectricguitar
better price and .*rvlce.We .: '$3,377.: 40'x72'Kl4' for Interviewing CIrk. .AII applicants 964-7184. 5/13 TFchg. ,I factory Largo election of 7/10 ltpdtYARD OVATION and appllanca Porch You.pick or
I deliver cylinder tank 13,952. 48'n72'xl4' for for the above positlon MINI STORAGE UNITS 12. 14' and double wide*. In great condition.. roclo.,.. BARGAIN' We-pick on order. Open

or fill your tank Phone $6,794. 60'x12S'x)6' for ( mut meet the available In Keystone Ml*. COMMUNITY MOBIL ,.. SALEGARA0114till Play Ilk*a dream. Bought US South. Man.-Sat. from:00.6:30.: : .
I 2S9-68IOi 4tpd 6/19 a/26 $15.747. Call toll free today following requlroments..1.. $10 and up.. Fhona ;HOMI SALES us 301 now with hardshell/cose CENTER. 301 Sun. 2:30 1 630. Take SR 26
7/3 7/10. for price' guarantees.I800S401570. Bo a Bradford County Moildent. 47 -3193. TFchg. North.Open 9 to duik. I to, Frl..' Sat.. for $560.) Asking |just $325 9646679. TFchg to 200A (Earlton li)
I CRAWFORD'S COMMIRCIAlIXTIRMINATINO 7/3 7/10 2. Be unemployed 15 COMMERCIAL BPACBl 1400q. 6 on Sunday. Phono Sun. or until old' out. M w/cae A good deal I Call PLUMBING FIXTURE win- Westslde' of Big lake Santa,

CO.I 5er- 7/1731ehg. out of lat 20 week 3. Be ft.. suitable far oHIce 964.1741.6/5 TFM. mil* N::of city, limit al odl Don at 964-6900.7/31 tchg. daw. door*, pipes, plus ,.. Sea ilgn No dogs

wing homo, business In 3 MDROOM. 2 bath, brick economically dlsadvantoa- or atore. On Lawrence ..'* Grocery Stare. 9a.m. IS FT.FIBERGLASS. iOATl 50 10.000 other Items now al Longneckers,
3 2.Bath. Pliocene.
LAKEs It.
Union. Bradford I Columbia homo. LarIzt? within city. ed. For further Information Blvd., Keystone Hti. Phone SAMPSON Oaerfeot Trail. under .- 5 p.m. 7/10 Itpd.OABA0R HP Mercury Motor with tilt Bargain Center US 301 M.I..... Phone 475-1151
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curtain, contact Fla. State Employment South. Starka. TFchgII
St.
Counties. 496-3986 Col- 473-4077. 2tchg 7/1O. BALEt 3 family." trailer.$700.430 Cantor 8:30 after S.00.
control and hoot. Service, 209 W. Call $70,000. Call for details. BOAT 1225 before : or
air
FT.OlASTRON
lee!. 7/3 TFN CHO. for rant:3 .1: SaM-July 13th 9 a.m. New 964-6210.7/3 Itchg.
NEED HONEST PERSON to Owner will finance. Call St.. $fork., Fla. 32091. STARKB 2 BA. brick Home vaneer newly. '.... Harris" 9645533. 6/26 bad'never used. Exercise CYPRESS LUMIERt Mail any Iii V-hull. Vinyl top and 6/5 TFN._

live In: houiakoop, and 496-2721 or 4311299. 7/3 ((904)) 964.1092.7/10 Itchg. built. located In Saratoga ,, Stchg) 7/10. bath; bike.,.Sun lamp. Bicycles. In available Including many deluxe occeisorle Cali. LOST/FOUND

cook. Robert Courson 2tpd 7/10. Hgle. Minimum" 6 'mo*.1'li'fl.0 BEDROOM cowteserse '7111", (of avo".. 964-7624. mantle pieces. Sample Just Ilk* newt
1974 VEOAi Hatchback air block. good fishing ,
496-3472-on SR-100 near Call 964-5511 offer 7/10 !' 4"x4"x8' $3.70M8"xB' ; Galne..III.376.36I9. TFN.
lea** Itchg.OARAGE: price*
aTRUCKS
conditioner radIo. now CARS KARF2O2, River> Red female cockerpaniali
Writ
Lull 71107/17 2tpd. 7/31 Call BLACK BYES a white acra One
July'
4:30 7/10 4tchg SAlEi Sol., 12. I. $2.40.
: p.m.
fire. Good condition. Fl, red male Vt
Drive, Dunnellon .
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URGENT REQUISTtAnyonowho B a.m. 3 p.m. 2 dressers, Stephen Smith 468-3634. pea. You pick for $4 a :
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431-1875.7/10 "chg.I. 7/3 lOtpd "/4. cocker spaniel: 9647138.
32630. ,
may hove Information walnut storage chest slid Hampton. 7/3 Stchg 7/31. bushel. 'A mile East on SR
regarding the William PERSONAL 2 BR HOUSBt Carport. On 1 7/101chg.!
CUTLASS prelector. 2 bicycle curtain SHASTER 13 FT. tra..1trall.campor.SIp.4.5 16. 964-7655. 7/3 !pd.
,who reserved tho L.k..ld.Communi" 1974 OLDS SERVICESBILL'S nice lot ::near downtownStarke. WHITE ACRE PEASt U-Plck.
Confer In Lake Supreme: Full power. A/C. Owner will *. clothe and much ; bushel.Graham. Call ........
New tire*. $i9oo or boil more: Rt. 16. on State Ice box, 3-burnor gas $4.00
Buffer on August 9. please offer. Must ..II.' 47 -7075 SAW SHOPI Complete finonca. Call Jacksonville Prison Farm. Look for sign range with oven. $500 or Steve 485-1231 anytima. Mobile!! *
call 496-2258. Itpd 7/10 7/24. .
219.7414.7/3 4tpd ,
circular
sharpening eervlco 6/26 2tpd 7/3. .
after 5 p.m. 7/3 Ifchg. In front of semi-circle of bad offer. 964-3109
64 MUSTANG reitorad.. All ,hand, carbide, SAMPSON LAKE 31ft. 3. brick home. 710 llpd. weekdays B-5. After 5 and 16 FT. BABRE BOAT: 45 HP -+r|: HomtsK.
INSURANCEMAINIS ShowcaseProperties oifer. Excellent chain mower blade,hollow Both. Deerfoot Trail. under Chrysler motor Gator
lost 7/3 Withal
original. YARD SALBi Sat. and Sun., weekends 468-3760. No Down Payment
ground and balanced.leava $70,000. Call for details -+r[:
condition. 464-1323 trailer. Good condition.
and 10a.m.Furnltura .
12 13.
Itpd.CHILD'S .
Inc... at Jackson Building 964-5533 6/26 July VA Financing < FHA ie
INSURANCE AOIN after 3. 7/10 4tchg 7/31 Bob Harris, 782-3176. 7/3 $1.000. McCarthy' jr,
Lake LakeButlor. Supply. Starka or Keystone 7/10. \ appliances pony. V B* Down.16 yr .Jy
CVt 160 S. Ave. 1976 FORD Ranchero BOO.- Stchg Garoga. Ph. 964-7026.6/26
Realtor 473-4903 clothes, toys. misc. GrlffltLoop. Itchg. -+r C:
HI*. TFchgALC40HOLICS .1-. Financing Avillable
496-3978. CompleteInsurance excellent .
In ..
One owner. 73.BIRCH'S
.. 7/10 4 Still Two 2.19 aero 2tchg
11. '''0.04 Z- ANONY.MOUSl llchg. "
Service. TFN Also Good Clesn Ud ?
condition. power tearing BY OWNERt Excellent Buy. 3 ie
YARD. SAlSl Thur.. .end Frl., aach. Cleared. $2.500 per 1
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and brake w/AC I fiberglass Control air .Mobil Home ie
2 Bath *
Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619.. 3 mile front Starka' on SE act*. Two 6.97 acres each.
FORRENTMOBILE LAKE LOTS topper. Must eo tcappreciate. heat carpet Large lot _. AH cleared. $2250 +r:
$2925., TFchg T 100 toward"'Koya Partially Et Pelalk' :
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HOMEil2x75 3 BR.I lac.. $11.000 964.7226.7/10 Ifchg REMODSUNO BUILDING,, -Southtlda ore*.' Call Sims, of clothes. dishes.. par acr. Small down pay. IPM PEST CONTROL Mobil Horn Sales., ie

1/2 bol'' C/H/A. partially 2 soc. 11.250 97S DODGE DART. 6 cyl. REPAIRSi New kitchen,, 9645198. 7/IOItpd .nee*.. store. table. mant. Sal. 10% Int. -+r:
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| .ell Pltka, Fl _
3 964-5534 t *
3 BR
BY OWNER C.B. _
lurnlihed. Available Ju- 1 m. 9.500 with air and good tire. bath. family room Brick,, .battle.. !see. and many Owner can finance. 7 .
?328ee.@ and 3U'3eo 7RM'
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ly 14. Call 496-3443 offer Brooklyn 19.000: Mileage 35000. 964.6102.. block. concrete. Fireplace both. Central H.A. ettter It_. Inside H raining. mi. NW Lawtey. HWY a Peat Cw1trolI

4:30 p.m,.7/10 ttpd. 7/10 2tchg 7/17 .p.clall.tl. Orllfl Can. Energy ..fflcl.nt'4'Dining 7/10 Itpd. 125. Ph. 782-3889. 733tpd I ctlon, 0 .........

MOIl HOMfiTwobedroom. ACREAGE tructlon. Phone 473-2106 room. Family ,:'Jtllchen. YARD SALEl Frl.. Sat.. Sun. 7117.PASMALFICUIFjoithi. :

'lust collide of 473-3578. TFchg a.g.wark.h ; .Oo'Ibl '1CJ...". Klngsley Loll < 1 '
5 Of
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If ; 4.6' ixmi '83.008/0. M C""J. tiJ ..UJ'. jr JVINGM4LHltili i 'Ccfrfl Cloie init Quiet,.,. ';.Orfvewoy No. 70. Shet9.. : ; belly U !!fTubes.! __' '
ifprdrCpPe,43tjAdl .. REPAIRED'* All'"lfnokjml" '".Ir.. ..t..... .. 1 Stereo q-rr;.T.'P'Z7Ro'cordDfiII1AERS
/ l'H.'- >" rr r.SOd/ac.: lorcorr r 'toy, bike, 'jewelry, Ben mower. New motor. Price .
... .. cleaned, oiled and adlulled. .-. lot. Paved trot and II WI
>- 27 .c. 914/.... THiRNTCN'$LAND Fill.We $10. Work Franklin stove; odds ( $2.0OO even. 964-7270., DISCOUNT ,

HELP WANTED 17.1 ec. 1.650/ac haul top toll, fill dirt. Call guaranteed. Jamei drlvway. 711 "oftrlll: ends. 7/10 Itpd. 7/10 Mod.
964-7624. 7,0 riche eIl4.782a'.e' .
end Serv/e
6/26 Stchg 7/10 964-5861. 7/10 Itpd. *
Strickland corner Morgan 197924'x60'furnished. .
HOMIl
CENTRAL AIR conditioner for MOBILE 112 Call St. Starke
Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg --
PART-TIMEPlece work mobile homo. Excellent BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK .3 DR. 2 bath. Ei< FOR SALE 1111fley---ii

Webtf foremost dictionary America'com To Lat To Classify 7/10 condition Itchg.$350. 9647604. SERVICRi'Residential Pump-out commercialand cellent finance.condition.468-1133: Ownerwill after 100 n.LOT ON LAIC' HAMVRedfoaf I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYREAL

pany need homo worker FRESH EGGS. 3 dol./SI. Mc. Induitrlal. Fully (Icon- S. 7/10 4lchg 7/31 TOM"" : $16,750.SERVICES

to update' local mailing ZENITH 25"COLOR TV Carthy' chicken farm. 5 ad. Phone 964-BI21. TFchg BY OWNERi Red brkk home prestigious ar_. ESTATE BROKERS-

Hut. An ago. experience Under warranty. Sill coin mile W. of Storfce. Rd 16 CARFENTERi ittle-clialleno In on three large fenced lot.. Owner financing. Goad 473-4340

unnocenory. Sand name, assume payment of$19 (Rallord Rd) 7/10 2tchg remodeling, screen room, 8x24 screened porch. Mint t.rmer Jack Courtney LAND DEVELOPERS -

oddresiv phono number to par month. See at White 7/17 sun dock, concrete and condition. All extra, In. A..oc.' Inc. tracker or BUILDERS -'

Webtterr 175 9th Ave.; Sowing' and Appliance HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE block work. Phone Bud cluding utility house 475-7f60..7/3 Itchg.. 473.4252 SALES ENTREPRENEURS: -
Suit II01-1590-A. New Canter, 3527 S.W. Archer largo cough reclining 9647816. 3/28 TFchg H. Shawn by appointment on
York. N.Y. 10010..6/267/3 Road Archer Square choir. 2 platform rocker I KEENS TEEE SUROSONl ly. Call 9648659.7/IOHpd. Repairs 01 Major Highly profitable area dialribulorsrtipt' die

7/10 3tpd Ploia. 376-4466. tfnchg tarea AM/FM player 1 Trimming. removal 14 yra, WOOD Fume mousse"*', VACUVM SALE Electric Appliance. available for your market it you quality must
mall beauty table, 1 ottoman Have 55 ft. land. 3 bedroom I Dave some background in Sale, Construction,
WOO UWOenvelopes ad acres Nelli Used Serving Bradford a CI.yWe
per 7IO19BOTOUCHMATIC handmade :uxke.rI&fce. m tliu housing market
Guaranteed. Wo new .. estimates, bath living' room, 'large and Finance prelotvWy
furnish dressed. 'envelopes and Microwave oven-loft In cedar cheit.964-8583. 7/10 .Phono 782-3733. TFchg kitchen 2 large parches finance our"own. Counties Alter 34 years In the sholter Indu.I",.'"w., have
,
poitogo.; Notional 2024 layaway.Meat probe verl- I tchy-YOU 3/29. Shad tree, fruit tr_." 4 Kirby Lawrence Blvd Keystone developed a complete' : "..,. total buifdm line
enjoy| a camping RIFAIRSl Factory Royal ulllo sac and approved
Freedom'.Blvd. Dept F-41 ble power eltlngi defrot MOTORCYCLE black from Bradford of energy efficient housing
Freedom CA. 95019. 6/10 cycle 650 vii S-yoar vacation at a beautiful, trained mechanic. Square Shopping Center Eureka, MOBILE HOME In' advance for all local building, '
factory warranty. Party loll shady campground dote to US-301 South 9646020, Hoover'Electrolwe' departments ty stale law
6/17 6/246/31 Mill after 6
Se* owner p.m.
; Smokles'ft INSURANCE '
the
area. Assume payment of everything In 9/29 S.TYPEWRITERS Weekends Altn Single Family ran hel. l-rancnos. bi-
SI9.14' per month. White *o come and camp with AND Adding anytime. I Filter Queen HOMEOWNERS levels,. tn-leveli twoktote ..
Sawing' and Appliance, u*at the Gateway formerly Machine cleaned and ill Ill 964-7737. 7/IOlIpd., : ;, star *

Let Us Bale Canter 3527 S.W. Archer Tlpton' Shoal Creek vlced. Phone 964-6502. .. WilAUYO lr an makes' POLICIES townhouse garden
2. Mulli-Fimlly i-
Road Archer Square Now owned and operated Next to Tolegroph-6/111 Too late to classify G'S AT apartments. one.vi:I
Your tho Roddenberry Fami REASONABLE RATES
Hay Ploia. 376-4466. tfnchg by 4tpd 710.100KKE.PlNG. story duplex "ffplemifourplemes
call 964-6918 ---------
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ly. For Information or SNOVICESS"I .
7/10 WORRY let tie Instolla
JrVHV
Large'Round Hay UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY write 704-497-9331 Rl. 1. year experience 'In all burglar alarm In your S mi., north of US 301 Olin's Mobile Foci. .
Commercial l ofxe buildings
NC 287B9. 7/10 3. -
Future fully Whither; phases Including taxes and homm bulne Hill ,
Singer or
Bales 41chg 7/31. forms 1/I03tchg7/2t Home SalesClasplff P'O'ClSllona'' reia I *.nUIPIal .
automatic owing government Security Systems. .
machine. One of Singifirmost GENERAL HOUSECLEANING 473-7075 after S P.M. 7/3 4733549. Las or ale>. I FREE ouons ; usu

New Modem model Doe It oil-. Monday Friday phone Ifchg 4tpd 7/ -24 / lodAds Phone 964-8600 Top quality 'low prices Custom built in 33:days

Equipment blind home. monogram :,964.7101.7/10 1#pit. $300 par 1000 envelope. addreiied. -. J9SOTOUCHMATIC or ,less Homes approved HUO progrjrn*. FHA'
stretch itltcho buttonholes .. GuororHeed.TW', Microwave avan-lefl In !IIj.d: fesufts Elaine M. Olin Agent, VA. FNMA This is an exciting. busmtss in

Faat Service and deilgn WHY WORRY let us Imtall furnish the .nv.topoo'and'' toyawoy. Meal probe. verlbl !I-lati economy Potential, is a* large JS yO'ir
originally'sold for over a burglar alarm In your poitage. National.,:207*' *power Kttlng,.defrostteycla I, !'! desire work We- ate w'ccuve' For ,mtjrm. "uon

9646657c .$500 pay off remaining home or buslnes Hill Freedom Blvd.. OoptlJoco;., ,"; 650 watt, 5-year ." and Metal

*,\ 485-1436 balance $119 coin or Security Syitam Freedom, CA 95019.--710' .i';f. etory warranty. Forty loll iFILLLMERQCXINSTALLATIONS: o WRITE
4733549. Leaie .
assume payment of or tale*. 4tpd 7/31 '?, ....,. ... Assume payment of "... .h.. CALL imMirl. mantU

$12.10 per month. Sea at 4tpd 7/3-24 ____________HM-__ ._-...' $19.14 par month. While S W1 -':TANK Bobble : Brim street
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White Sewing Cantor 3527 -' and Appliance
'' Sowing FO. son MlTHIt
lake otioneventoo I ,
Robertson
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S.W. Archer Rood Archer FOR RENT WANTED. .Center, 3527 S.W. Archer" >i
l fI x 436 ft. Lots ,Square Flam. 376-4466. TO RENT 01 LEASti 50 la 10X1.. "Io.d. Archer Square: :C 'jl/CIR: IN BROS. ..884.6750 904-578-3I56 .
Kvblrictod for 1850 sq. tincttg 710Clasilfied. MOBILE HOMEl 2 .1111. 'fur- suitable for-cropj. ."lot ci 376-4466.: finch .
acre ...
fl. minimum 'building nishoel.'Coll 964-5462. 7/3 with 3 BR hau... Phone 'r;;:'/10 .
NCLAIMID LAYAWAY
7/10.
site if.Bradford County. 21pd 475-1322 or 473-4077. 7S2tchg w
FURNISHED APARTMINT 7JI0.WANTIOt finger Futura. fully'It"fornitle
CLYDE Wlump Ads SI 50 a month plus deposit. June- S. 1980 tewing

S SON Infant only. No house pet*. issues of The' Bradfor ;' One"el $Ingor'. STEVE HAYES BUILDERSNOVY"

964-5812 or 964-S50S. 710licho. County Telegraph Nee led J .finest modal Does II all."
ACO.REALTOMis. I olflea. -" blind .hem, monogram,
for file*. Call Telegraph '
i !'BringJesuits MOBILE NOME. 2 BR. A/C. 964-.305. 7/3 TFN. stretch itltches. buttonhole OFFERS

., iii."u49. 24 h... No children or pet. end design ,

C'vllle..J77-7t96 24 hr*, I 964-18'O.7/101Ieht.BR MOBILE Homo for rent .........." SSOo Originally pay sold off remaining for over ; I

... ........ ,wAC$110 month. $75 I balance *!lit cash or

MOBBILX HOM* -tc'jl MINTED :.tc depoilt. 964-B7O4. 7/10 -K ,LookincFor assume payments. olSI2 'Custo-ni Built Homos- -

llchg. .10 per month. See alWhlta ., ,
Mobil Home' ;
U.tr.C IJOijM ie. ie, 1 BR HOUSE. 610 N. lake Si.; .. C Sewing Center 3527 ., '

: jo* *** ie. 'TO. BUT, .ie $160month,964-3SO4,7/10. .M .ala'-N'o.' ,.'b80.. eJ +C''1 S.W. Archer Hood.Archer
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"" ;-fXO: ASH *- CASH*' APARTMENT Itpd I or 2 BR apart. :" ,glllS. loI "diAndi= 1.4 t, 'Savor,tfnchg 7/10 PI.. 3761466.i % Interest Down Payment %

'iC"'CIf'U'" ...'Mobile Home* ft r: m.nt In Hampton May sat bet "MPWfO.O'OO.;. ..t'. ZINITH 2."COLOR TV. ,

P Top Price : Sat. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. End ,iC"v.n'o"'To.Ch", ,.... Under warranty. S1BI cash .
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of Flo. A.... 377-8397. 7/10 '.k f" J'F or assume payments of 119' : \ ,'
,.., 38-188., end 32B-3607. +g r; Itchg.S .M test, retail- .-f t. per month. Se* el Whit % \1'

."... .. .1c B* HOUSE. $150 month. Mobile Ham. .SIM. .. 44C328ie6 Sewing and Appliance. Built Homes Include: !
,
376-9721 or 46&1423.Ask and i4fl-Silli Center, 3327 S.W. Archer :. These ,Quality!
j Road. Archer' SquareFlaia
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( for Diana. 7/10 2tchg 7/17 .IJf-...".1If." ""4 66.\ '.tfnchgrjTywe Efficient
.... ltlO a:1 .' 1..InsulatscJ windows. Energy Heat f ltkytpe\ ,

$ INSTANT.CASH $ i REMODELING. Ill .. .. -. : .. ,. '
= "" JN v ". 7. Power vent (or r mov f.of,hot sir _
.f.RZ2tn.ulatlonlnlittio. "' .
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OLD BATHS nxrOiel'' -.-,: .-In li sttlo to cut A/C boa. by as
Class. ring. *. Merllng Hrill.... saw. coin*, illvoceln l; 'Ii- ; .R.11lnsulBtlonlnwsU8.; ..sj/a.: ...X''l
Much
I *. diesel I gold, dlemende. pocket wetcha. any $: BeplKO. Those. Worn Out hobby TllssFroteloniHy I JaBBMrtiiaBi. **, k YI*> \

form of 1011:. 14K. 1BK 22K Gold Day canelHen.Sevlheeit ; Clean And; flegroul Wells B Floor Sff YOim Till 'i' : rreeAlumtnurn; Sotftts. '8 Ceramic: 'tile. ; yer..,. ''. ii.0' ,;
Mf41rdn4ncj, ,
(old eiiel diver Illiterate win lie paying ):;;'J'! : 4. i"
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tail enlyi Marble,* Quarry.* Ceramic e Snoot Vinyl' 0 Vinyl Tile-' ', 1 ",.'. .4. ..' ." ,.. >'. ..**'*> : I .",ff" li4i .

... .. '. / JQ !Custom briniZe-CabkiWi... 9::W&11-11 IQ'WI".carpet.'v tI
." JULY IB end 11 -.There.a FrC ROBERT KITCHENS TILE I ") .9 > ;,

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1A.M. _7P.M.. '9647830FrtaEstlmatts ""' w** 'SiN Steve* 964-6211 'TO.,t'

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non*.w elaster type aemes ear Is New Concept; of Residential LivingMonday .

U vfewmmt the Keystone to being Height es.treet.d* Golf nest and Karen $1. marked.: tile .In ""since- th*exterior of tn*home will letter to residents here Willing.t1;; of the
Country Oak grtmuOm. troduction date at tile first "Cardan all be brick and aluminum materials result of tb*survey.
.Horn"at Art Woods to the Bradford are used elsewber The outside the The letter stated that out of 400
Clay county area.This new concept ofrwldelltlaf home can be cleaned with a brief surveys mailed,. 97 famlllea replied '
living baa ba a built by Optional Interior additions may be "This unique response of almost 29
Jack, Courtney and Associates, Inc. made to the one two and three percent gave us an unusually high
Completion of proms waa made bedroom houses and include validity factor In formulating
before tile April Theentire fireplaces, wet bars overhead sleep statistical remits. from the answers
development t*proojjected to b*. ing lofts, floored storage space and given,:' Courtney said
completed sometime 1i11SIII3/... 'appliances, b*laid. The answers he received were: the
'Th model la open to the public Other options are being Act couples here are-retired-;
from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m.a*of the:March considered-It Just depends on the their are no longer living at
31 date. buyer,"Toole added. borne; the home owned by these
The two-bedroom, two-bath model The model home couple are approximately 1,800
horn la one of 31 other similar homes features! an ached hro-bey.e. square feet, with\three bedrooms and
1 to be built adjacent to Keystone All the houses will have one or two- two baths, located on on* acre of
Heights Golf and Country Club, teat bay garage "This la an especially land;own two cars,travel Infrequent
off SR-11 next to Keystone Club nice feature, since the homeowner ly and are active with golf and swim
Estates. needn't get wet In Inclimate weather .ming."As.
The houses will alt smack In the going: from the garage into toe a result of this Information,
middle of* "total recreational com, house,"Toole commented. along with the data gathered from
munity." Wc| TOOIt.Sale* Manager The houses,which will be detached other answers, we have elected to
of tbe limIt_ said."We with approximately 10 feet of space In build detached Garden Home, with
decided Keystone Height did between,will all be built In a manner privacy walls of approximately) 1,750
not haves total recreational community such that the scenic focus of the borne square feet of living area.It wiu ban
Baldwin Glie rolef0ldsClvaranc Ilk Gainesville or Jacfcsoq- will be toward the golf course. One two bedrooms and two baths, a com-'
'
vWe Toole aaid.So aide of the horse will contain no win blnation living and dining area open
Courtoay and Associates decided dow and will face the home next to It kitchen, a two-car garageandproviaions -
to embark on a development project that opens for a screened:patio and floored
YAM for this area that would \Include' a words,when the hhomeowner looks out attic space.The homes will be further
I ; '
= swimming pool, two tennis courts a his (side) windows.he'll see a brick designed so that It can!expanded: to
"o"n /exercise/nature trail ants a wall not his neighbor." Toole ex-, three bedroom or reduced to one,"
recreational vehicle storage area plaIDed.. l Courtnay added.
with the golf,course sitting right He added that some homes will Toole said the selling price for the
Sale aJompIdIt of It. have broader lot spaces providing borne will vary depending on size.
"We're trying to get an environmentally more area. The average loC will cost and extra that are added, but he
aesthetic, neat at- approximately$10,000 be said. estimated that the average borne
tractive development," Toole said. In a random survey asking would cost approximately: _110O.
The entire purpose of the develop Keystone resident. for their opinion "The model home was completed
Good SeIIcfion In SIeck scent be added,, waa to have a on the development project.Courtney for..900.which we feel Is very close
beautiful setting surrounded by Bald!, "It Is the Intention of Keystone to the price we bad estimated'Toolecommented.
trees, with recreational faculties. Developers of Bradford,Inc.create _
All 31 homes and faculties will sit on a site plan for Art Woods that Toole said many people from the
sites owums AM rasr 1S.3 acres, with approximately: ,. preserves the natural amenities of the south Florida area and out-of-state.
%-acre allotted for each home. They land, provides for scenic: and functional well have expressed Interest In the
..gym. msw will be of varying sixes,depending:on open areas: and allow for a development for possible purchase.If .
Individual homebuyer ..peclflcatkJas highly diving\ environment
r. asss. NUTWpill .r. be said for the dssirdeenblle. an appointment I*needed to tour
"Each home will be virtually After all the statistics were the model home now open, phone
maintenance-free," stated Toole gathered. Courtnay mailed another 473-7000 or 475-1310.



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