Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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, :Twenty-three. volunteer*' bowed'up 5atu4a ,.r *.4....<., .. ,: !' : L.M.: : Gaines is ask..
J&flfstday of the-CMy. oTBUrke CUum-Vf Campaign briar! "1:?? > i ; $4,644, up to$48,819.
'sponsored by the Starke Woman's Club Includes 7.4 per-
la top photo, Russell Norman right, and LWCI Inmate for the three
weed the sidewalk by the Rosenberg Building on N. ; ;
Thompson Street Bottom left, a city employee mow the 1 earned $22,164 In
grown-up lot behind the Rosenberg Building. Bottom : balance comes
right Don Wilson edge the sidewalk In front of, the .
Woman's Club on Walnut Street. asked if Gaines
The Z3 volunteers also weeded the lot owned by Mrs.Lea: increased costs to
Green beside the Telegraph on Call and Court Streets, and Lawtey the
cleaned up the Woman's Club lot, and cleaned up Call has with the
Street going east across the railroad. the figure has not
This Saturday' effort will concentrate on South Walnut the inception of
Street and the Pratt Street Recreation area is 23 cents per
Main thing needed. More volunteer!
Anyone Interested Improving the city's appearance is

Twister, High 'Winds Raise Havoc in Lawtey Area .

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Swirling tornado-Ilka winds rain, A Jon-boat In the barn was pickedup numerous sheds were minus a roof Volunteer firemen, Lawtey ty for only three hours but others went
and lightning tore through the town of and wedged up against the roof of and trees were broken off and limbs workmen, and Florida Power crews all night and still others were without
Lawtey early Monday right, injuring the barn Mrs. Wike said. were strewn everywhere. cleared the roads Monday night. power Tuesday afternoon. Most I IWhen
one man, tearing down half a dozen The Wike's mobile home rocked but Strong winds broke off whole trees But falling trees and limbs knockedout phones were working by Tuesday
earrold oak trees and ripping tin did not turn over Mrs.Wike said she and many limbs Inside the town of electric power and phones. Some ..
off several sheds. saw no funnel cloud Lawtey along the tree-lined mainavenue area residents were without electrici See Twister, Page 3A.
Pat Henry, a Terry Road Lightning also struck near the Wike of Old Lawtey Road and Lake
was struck by lightning as he leaned mobile home scorching the grass in a Street.\ Damage was concentratedmost
but four-foot wide circle. on Old Lawtey Road betweenthe
against a Lawtey patrol car survived
the shock. The Wike farm appeared to have Dave Shuford residence and
Henry said he saw the funnel cloud the worse damage in the area, but across,SR-225 to Lake Street, +
t" of a tornado skipping across the treetops 1r
and setting down In spots. He ran e..
,". Inside his mobile home, opened the Pat OK
windows, and got out before the tornado Henry
hit. Only damage was the roof of
I Henry's utility shed was blown off,
.J t JULY 17 but after the tornado) had passed After Being.Hit by Lightning U'
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The tornado also blew the roof off "It sounded like a stick of dynamite went off In my head." says Pat "
;'('. a 5:90 P.M.ttONDAT. the barn at the Lloyd Wike farm on Henry the Lawtey resident who has survived a lightning strike ap-
, "'' .JULY 21 2.5 Crawford miles west Road.of Just Lawtey.off SR-225 M....Bobble about .prarently Knocked In two good feet ahape.from the round, Henry was staggered and dazed by ti 'r

'f Wlke saw the black cloud approaching the lightning strike but was never out cold. Henry,6-4 and 235,got into the s-
t StADfOKD COUNTY : traveling! west from patrol car he had been leaning on and Lt. Sonny Jackson took him to -r
SCHOOL BOARD MMtlng7100P.M. Lawtey. unit.
Lawtey where they awaited the rescue
iI( ..e..... It got black dark quickly but Mrs. His right side was numb but Henry refused to be transported to the
y Wike. as did Henry, saw swirling hospital in the rescue unit; Instead Henry was driven by his wife,Karen.
.\' .. ILKStOOOIISOSCovwwd debris carried along by high winds as Henry 36, was not kept overnight, but was given a sedative to allow
oJ',:: 0\: Dhh-JiOO P.M. the black cloud approached. She said him to sleep. He reported numbness In his right arm and a headache
_I.-I.ot,.., the tin on her barn 'crumpled like I Tuesday. But by Wednesday morning said his right arm was slightly t ng- A
:' you would ball up tinfoil" as the winds ly and he felt all right otherwise. sc tk, v.brypl
I tore the roof off the barn. Henry had Just escaped unscathed after watching a tornado pass over
\ TUISDAY.JUl.Y221 his mobile home on Terry Road, 2.7 miles from Lawtey. The roof was w
> .'ql' CITY Of IT AMU Rain could be seen carried along by blown off his utility shed and the building was smoking so Henry then
'. '1'' ZONING BOARD... , 7120 p.M._City H.IIl family ran from their mobile home to ;t Lt.Jackson led the fire truck to Henry's home. Henry was standing on a
H s..Ae their truck, they didn't get drop on wooden bridge and leaning on the patrol car talking to Jackson when the f
:;' ..IUIONIPIING. them apparently because the winds lightning struck. One of Henry's hands was on the door handle and the ,
, V.lue/.o .... o-pt. were strong enough to shove the rain ,, other on the rear-view mirror as Henry leaned on the car talking to
........-',.'... along without It falling to the ground I t Jackson. "
NortMId sayNd Church .: Before Henry could tell Jackson that he'd called the fire department
. 1r"fo\ ,, ; because. his shed was smoking, the lightning struck.
i \ii< A fireman standing on the back of the truck 15 yards away was knocked
Index.... to the ground, but was not seriously Injured.
'if'," TSect.... :.. "It came up through my feet and knocked me two feet off the ground. Idldn.t
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. in Lawtey. But a strong metallic taste In his. mouth(caused by fillings
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Pap RA TELEGRAPH July 17.tsM
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I -4 3 More Qualify in County Races 4 Quality r' I .. ..

I persons Joined the Bradford County Hall currently Kelly's chief deputy. elude: Jimmy Alvarez property appraiser For 2City
races this week with the deadline have qualified to seek the post Em- ; Tom Casey, superintendentof ,
for filing set for Tuesday.July 29.at mett Akrldge has announced that be schoolsGilbert S. (Gib) Brown >
12 noon. will run but has not qualified. clerk of the court and Dolph Reddish. PostsThree

Six races are set if all those who Supervisor of Elections Sandra sheriff. y'I! III 0" NOW 4r
previously announced qualify. has drawn opposition from The first primary will be held Tuesday I
Commissioner Uaxle Norman. September 9. The runoff men and a woman have
Carter County Jr. entered the race for a second Other Incumbents who have primary. If necessary will be held qualified for two of the three Starke
term for county commissioner qualified and have drawn no oposition Tuesday.Oct.7.The General Election city commission seat that will be on
district 3.So far be has no opposition. as of Wednesday morning July 16.in- Is Tuesday November 4. the ballot Tuesday. September S.
+ under Tuesday
Richard Roberts son cl- former QuahfylngJ// for filing way Tuesday
commissioner George
July 29, at noon.
Roberts Jr.. Joined a crowded field tint for
Bobby Milner
for the seat being vacated by Commissioner -
Hazel Paulk who to not the Group I seat and will be opposed
vt by Walter Westcott who qualified
seeking new term. Those who { t 1 '
filed for the District S seat Monday.
dude Wilbur Waters Joe Warren 1. The post Is now held by' Wilbur
and Jennings Starling. Homer Hart Waters who Is going to run for the
that be Bradford County Commission.
announced some time ago
would run for the post but has not Jimmy Crosby Jr. has qualified to
run ana will be opposed by Lavon
qualifed as yet. Jackson a former city and school
In the district one County
soiner Starke tire dealer board employee who qualified
Wednesday. July 16.They will Vie for
Lawrence Mosley qualified to run
against veteran Commissioner Dave the seat now held In group 3 by Harold
Epps who Is .not seeking a fourth
Shuford who has not yet qualified.
J.R. (Jimmy)Lawson has qualifiedfor term. .
Jackson worked for the City of
the district school board and Is so oil
Starke in the clerk's office from 1967
far IUICI POS< to she went to work for
Parmenter 1972. In 1973 :
Incumbent Vernon
be by tFSr the finance office In the Bradford
qualified and will opposed
former four-term school board County school system. She left that
member Rodney Hall who has post in May of last year.
The other seat that is for election
the incumbent up
qualified to oppose :
lot this is 5 currently held by
year group
Hall did not run In 1J11.!
Three candidates have filed for the Milner Qualifies... Commissioner Ted Oglesby. Oglesby

Tax Collector's post to repleeeveter.n Bob MUner was the tint Starke city eons candidate te qualify last Tuesday. Is expected to seek a second term.
county official J.R.Kelly who July 8, but It bad to be unofficial since city. qualifying.....'.epee the same dayas of No the one else has announced for any
will retire in January. Carl Hurst. the state. races.
Steve Simmons and rBessent Shuford Milner la running In Group 1 for the seat being. vacated by Councilman Wilbur Milner Is employed at Union. Correctional
Waters who Is running for the county............ Institution where he la an In-
structor in the Correctional Training
Institution which: Is located across
Road from UCI.
Westcott Is horticulture instructor
at the Bradford-Union Vocational
Technical Center in Starke and taught
Project SetBy some classes at Bradford High School

this past year.
Crosby; a member of the Bradford
LongchampPlans County Democratic Executive Committee
,is employed administrative
,- assistant to Superintendent Jim God
are being drawn for a new win at the Reception and Medical
10.62 acre subdivision of 25 duplex "- Center near Lake Butler. He is a
units Just off East Call Street on Bes- I :: -r....... 'II former aide to State Rep. Frank
sent Road by Longchamp Homes Inc. Williams D. Crystal Lake.
and Town House Enterprises Inc. of ..j 'vii. 4J

The development is planned for the > -. A Lady Qualifies... .

wooded area just east of the Lavon Jackson has thought for

Presbyterian Church and a J ; <" '., years about running for(he city council -
few hundred and now that her children are out
The project will feature 50 homes bathe of school she's, going to do it. Mrs.
$40,000 and up price range for persons Jackson qualified Wednesday morn
Westcott Qualifies...
50-years-of-age and older according -
ing handing her f 120 check to clerk
to Clermont Bizier, a Walter Westcott banded his 'IZt check to clerk Merrill Edwards but It still Merrill Kdwardx.
Longchamp owner. was unofficial Tuesday morning. The clerk did not call for the election until Mrs.Jackson worked In city hall for
The property Is already zoned for Tuesday night.Westcott years. operating the city's billing
the project Bizier says. Work clearing Is also running In Group 1, the seat Wilbur Waters Is Vacating. machine and then in he finance of-
the property will begin in just overa fice of the school board.
month. Minimum lot area will be
10,000 square feet
The project will include a

and clubhouse tennis courts.Preliminary modern. swimming pool Brooker Boiling Order Still in EffectA

approval was given
the project by the Starke city councilat warning issued last week by the the transition and the cHorlnator was i

its June 1 meeting when presentedby _Department of EDyiroomeaULREgulatlon .., ,not working properly..rnr---v.
surveyor Pat Welch. The project / to ciUa na of Breaker;'ia feeing ,. ,.Krestalude indicated.two eonj j
must still be presented to*the. city',awing ., -'continued .as- the; t to'.. .secuUye! batch**samples,show, the
and Planning Board. press' Wednesday.luTiyie.T} water b safe, the. warning will. be
The order to boil the water was lifted.
made by Larry Krestalude engineerwith Brooker received a 1145,000 loan
DER. Krestalude gave the order and grant last year from the Farmers
after finding bacteria in water Home Administration and the
Bradford HospitalTo sam lee. New samples were being system Is scheduled to be completed
studied as this paper went to press. in early August.
He indicated the boiling procedure
Hold Carnival merely is for precautionarymeasures.

Employees of Bradford County .

Hospital have announced plans to Citizens whose homes are hooked Y -
hold a carnival Saturday August 23. onto Brooker water lines should boil
at the Bradford County Fairgroundsfrom water five minutes before they drink 20 %
10 a.m. until 9 p.m. IL
It will remain In effect until further
Sandra O'Brian-Johnson told the notice.

Bradford County Commission,Starke Brooker Is In the process of switching
City Commission this week that the from an old water system to a DISCOUNTFROM
event would be a cross between a new one, and the problems according DAILY RATES
summer picnic and a county fair. to the DER report took place when the OCEANFRONTVACATION
auxiliary well was being used during
B l
Bill Wilson, executive! vice-

president of the Starke-Bradford The 'Islander Beach Lodge offers
Chamber of told
County Commerce
you i tropical beach resort seta -
the board of governors at their mon
thly meeting Thursday July 10,about ting sew Beach
the hospital employee plans to hold scapbttf Smyrna
the carnival. When you're not sunning on the -r

beach enjoy eur swimming pool, -
Purpose of the carnival which the. mhitature gall tone delicious
employees hope to make an annual seaside
during and cocktails In
event will be to sell Bar-B4)ue
Chicken hamburgers ameS hot dogs the bungs ar at poatslde. Daily

to help equip one of the two rescue T N.ETp. planned children's activities. oUSe
units based at the local hospital with There's getf tennis and fishing tte\\\en
Life-Pac (EKG and defibrillator unit nwW (or awl Itch right off the
used for cardiac arrest cases). / beach: ). And you're lull a short ruSfJCOak'ebi
The spokesperson said that the COLDNEW drive from aft Ctntral rToridi at- "

employees would like to get together tractions. With this ad, 20% discounts owe o" t
with the churches clubs and good 6/1/80-12/20/80 .,
organizations that serve the people of'
Sundays nckidino
Bradford County for a "Fun Day". WIRING Thursdays greaten
holdays.; when
The schedule calls for a Health
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL n finds dtaay with the hkmdec
Fair to acquaint the community with ever
the role of the hospital the area. MOBILE HOME POLESERVICES Come. Enjoy. ,' eQ'
Offered in the health fair will be HOOK-UPS ..
nursing service respiratory therapy A/C HOOK.UPS 6$ d\9
laboratory. X.ray and rescue units. SERVICE CALLS
Events call for the following LICENSED INSURED .IIIIAQtLOOGE OCCAM-FHONT! double dresser mirror, $34900
schedule of games and contests for FREE" RESORT 'Q: I'
ESTIMATES 4-drawer chest and
young and old entertainment for 1S01 ..AHwiBc An*. ..... panel only
everyone.It SERVICE Nw Smyrna B ch.Fla.32069
Is planned to have frog jumping 9645145PAUL .((904)C7-3452 This handsome new suite from Florida has a look all Its own.
contests Softball,sack race,egg toss It's eclectic not Colonial, not Contemporary, not Ranch' ,
ice cream eating contest and mutts NUGENT JR. OWNER n' Jut'? Instead tOuch of each unique! Finished In I
k800.342.5620I OaK. It 'lends Itself to any decor with a
Entertainment Is planned to have quality that's rare and a price that's unbelievably low I
and The -
gospel groups Strawberry
Swingers.The Dr. Lounette Richardmtn. B..S..U.e.: Matching night stand '59**
employees of the hospital hope

to event.establish the carnival as aa annual Dr. Wayne C. En ton. I).('. sets IT'S I FACT. TO.! II UTTER Will YOU SHOP'. IT

s Since 1923

'THKHRADFORD Keystone Chiropractic t. ClinicAt ;

Published COUNTY every TELEGRAPH Thursday SR-21 'orlh-.i.'),"

at IU W.Call Street
Starke n.rida.a2ft1s.ce..aa..e..W. Keystone Shop -.Suite .5Phone
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SukseriptlssRatest open Saturday lil 5:30 PM for your

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July 17, IMO ,.;TELEGRAPH, I Page 3A i

'Chickens Only Hot Weather Casualties Here \il

More than 1,200 chickens were hot around 1,100 five-week old birds and discussing the unprecedented heat Weather Service at Jacksonville,said :
weather casualties: Bradford County weighing three to four pounds and wave said that poultry tends to be that a stable high pressure ridge In
last weekend as the record- ready for the market. Other poultry- 1 less efficient In converting! feed to egg the Gulf of Mexico has settled In and
or meat production when under heal is causing a type of Inversion that has
breaking heat" wave continued: men have reported smaller losses as
unabated despite occasional thunderstorms chickens huddle together and stress, and this can have long-term trapped In dust particles from the
by high winds smother during the night. adverse effects on producers and con- Midwest, smoke from the forest fires
In Colorado and normal pollutants
and that brought a damaging sumers.
lightning Lawtey Monday night. No cattle losses have been reportedIn A little relief, though temporary, from cars and factories--aft combinIng
to form the haze. No relief Is expected
this county, but In neighboring came with a thunderstorm Monday
Temperatures continued to soar to Clay, Gustafson's Dairy at Green that brought 2.4 Inches at the from the pressure system for
100 or over almost dally as oppressiveheat Cove Springs lost 17 milk cows from Highland fire tower, 1.5 Inches at San at least the next two or three days.
that has caused over BOO deaths Friday through Sunday,' and the ta Fe, and .6 of an Inch at New River National Weather Service radio
in the Southeast, Southwest, and Mid- herd's milk production of tower. bulletins advise heat-sufferers to
West neared the end of its third week. 25,000 gallons average daily dropped to around An eerie atmosphere has prevailed 'spend more time in a lawn chair In the
during the week with a blue haze hug- shade than behind the lawn mower. A
High mark for the week was 106 20,000 gallons. Due to the oppressive
degrees recorded at Camp Standing heat, cows were eating less food and ging the ground and sometimes general slow-down in activities Is ad-
vised for those troubled by heavy
reducing visibility from the usual
Monday. drinking more water, with a consequent
seven miles to one-third of that sweating, increased heart rate,
John B. Sapp of Bayless highway decline In milk production.
distance. Bob Kearns of the National ,sleeplessness, and I loss of,appetite.
reported the heaviest loss of poultry, County Agent Bobby Taylor,

Fire Tax Vote Due In Unincorporated.Areas of CountyA 11

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It Beats a Flashlight... straw vote referendum with equipment ranging from preWorldWar limited to an eight percent limit In The attorney also pointed out the
freeholders In the unincorporated 2 to some vehicles. that are as raising the budget, ,but if the special tax district would not come
Thanks to the local National Guard unit. Chief Jimmy Bowen and the city areas of the county voting to decide late as 1967 models. Homestead exemption referendum under the ten mill gap.
Police Department now have an auxiliary generator In case the. electricitygoes whether the citizens want the countyto "New models are badly needed by passes in October and the Property Farnsworth said there Is strong
off. have a special fire tax district, was all departments," Crouse says. Appraiser's referendum to reduce to possibility the tax roll won't be completed -
agreed on at a Joint meeting betweenthe He pointed out that most of the percent of property values passes by the Sept. first primary.
3 Guardsmen Help Hook Up Generator Bradford County Commissionersand firemen in the county "do It becausewe in November than the limit would be
the fire chiefs of the eight fire want to do it," Crouse said. cut back to 5 percent Currently property
When Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Chief Bowen said the men "did a departments in the county. He added apparatus now on street values are set at 100 percent. Twister.
had a problem in connecting his fantastic Job" and that it was a "good Figures were presented by Harry when it shouldn't be. County Attorney Dudley Hardy explained ..
emergency generator at the new service to the community." Citing the Green, Bradford County Fire Chief, "Everybody is aware of the needs that you can set a special tax (From Page 1A>
Police Station In Starke, he called fact that he saved from $300 to$400 on that a fire tax district could bring of the fire departments and realize district only In the unincorporated afternoon, but a few were not.
upon the expertise of the National the Job of hooking up the generator about $100,000 a year In revenue for you've been hampered," commission areas of the county. : Five FPL, crews from Lake City
Guard to help him out. which provides emergency power to fire fighting.The chairman Shuford said. "I would like to see fire district Macclenny, Callahan, Palatka anaStarke
run the communications equipment, commission, through Its chairman Shuford went on to explain the com- millage as," Commissioner Maxie worked all night Monday
Responding to the request, several lights, and ventilating equipment, Dave Shuford, promised the mission is coming off two defeats In Carter, Jr., said. restoring power to some 250
Guardsman of the 631st MaintenanceCo. Bowen was well pleased with the firemen that if the straw ballot falls straw ballot referendums when the "We have cut the road departmentfrom customers out of service. Some
based in Starke, did what was assistance. The Chief indicated that that the commission would still fund -citizens two years ago defeated a proposal 28 to 8 men and since we cut it 120-130 customers remained out of
needed this past week-end. Helping prior to the installation that if thelights the departments as they have done in to have a drainage program in back, the state Department of service Tuesday morning but by
Chief Bowen out were SPa Maxie Red- went out that they were reduced past years. the county. Last year the county in a Transportation gave back all the Tuesday afternoon FPL workmenwere
dish, SP3 Bryce Titus, and SPS Ed- to using a walkie-talkie, and a Budget requests by the fire depart- close election defeated a one-cent secondary roads without giving us beginning wrap up the. opera-.
ward Sanders. flashlight.Community .. ments request the following amounts gasoline tax to be used for maintenance any money to keep them. up, Shuford tion.Three
this year: Lawtey Volunteer Fire of secondary roads in the says. FPL crews, Lake City,
Department, $6,955; Theressa VFD, ,county. Many people think the road and Starke, and Macclenny, remained In
Newsby $4,947; Bradford Co.. VFD, $10,888, a "We want to do what you want to bridge fund is plush but funds are the area Tuesday afternoon.
.1 total of $22,790. do," Shuford says. limited, Shuford added. Customers reach FPL at 964-5101 if
Bill Crouse, Lawtey Volunteer Fire He pointed out the tax roll was not Crouse asked about the bookmobilewith service Is still needed, according to
Chief, told the commission that the completed and that the commissionwas the public library and Shuford Paul Kalv, FPL district manager
Elizabeth G.Walker vice at 7:30: nightly. Monday night eight county fire departments have completely in the dark on how said the federal government bought it whose office Is In Macclenny.
,'*! Phone\!,MM-6683 song service will be presented by' St. outdated equipment and many of the much money would be available this for us, but we pay for the gas. Lightning also struck telephone
Melrose.Baptist Church Choir tankers and fire fighters are outdatedfor year. Green pointed out If we lose the cables in numerous places, knockingout
l3ncersedCitlsens" Meeting: The night Antioch Baptist modern fire fighting. He gave an CPA Pat Farnsworth told those pre- straw vote we will continue to give phones. Thirty-three phones were
monthly-mooting will be held Thurs Church Choir will sing. Everyoneis outline of each department with sent that the commission would be you what we can. out Tuesday in Lawtey, workmen fix-
day,July4Mn JRJE cafeteria at 7:30.: welcome. Green added there are several ed 29 and were back up there Wednes
All interested t citizens and membersare Free Canaan True Church of God In types of tax districts and he said
biVitad. tor attend. The input of Unity: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Saturday is BC Night at 'Cross & Sword' Orange County in the Orlando area day.Lightning hit a phone cable on west
citizens lIed. ing Worship 11 a.m. Choir Federation has a fire board that Is elected by the Morgan Road, knocking out 26
NAAC0' Meeting. The monthly 3 p.m. Monday each week Prayer Imagine a newly renovated Bradford county turnout" at Satur people. phones.In .
meeting of the Bradford County Band 7 p.m. Each Wednesday 7 pm. 1,600-seat amphitheatre filled with so day's show. Williams has portrayed Green asked If they could.put two Starke, 49 phone outages were
Branch will be held Monday, July 21 Tarrying Service. Friday regular many colorfully costumed performers ai many as three different characters questions on the straw ballot. Do you reported. By Wednesday morning 46
In the annex of Greater Allen ChapelAME church: service.Mt. "you'd think there were 400 per performance in this his firstseason favor fire protection? Yes or no. lines had been cleared.All .
Church. All interested citizens Morlah United Methodist people on stage." Try to envision an as a cast member, and will Second question-"Would you favora the phone outages were contributed
and members are invited to attend. Church: Sunday School 9:30.: Morning army of sixteenth century Spanish probably act in Saturday's show if one mill tax for fire protection? Yes to high winds and lightning.
Visiting: Worship 11 a.m. conquistadores locked In combat with he's in town. or no. '"Really, we were lucky. It could
Mrs. Mary M. Lee motored to Pleasant Grove United Methodist fierce Indian warriors. Create a men- For reservations and information, Hardy told the firemen they could have been much worse," said Diane
Miami to visit her daughter and son, Church: Service will begin with Sun- tal picture of a palace filled with lace- contact Cross and Sword; P.O Box only put on the ballot to have a fire Graudons of the local telephone com
Eloise and Ralph Mitchell. Accompa- day School at 10 a.m. Supt. Leo draped senoritas curtsying to King 1965 St. Augustine, Fla. 32084 or district In the unincorporated sections pany.
nying Mrs. Lee were Elder and Mrs. DeSue, presiding. Morning Worshipat II Just before the start of a telephone ((904) 824-1965. of the county.,
11 a.m. with Elder Borie Hudson royal
Sampson White. Elder White participated -
ball.I Then set the entire
be served bet- !!
In an Evangelistic meeting preaching. Dinner will : .. -
scenario music and have accurate
10 an
1 and 2 o'clock. 2:30: Rev. John you .
at Mother Ford's Church In Liberty ween
of Cross and Sword,
Ross will preach. 4 p.m.'Rev Leroy picture
City The visit was enjoyed by all. will Florida official state pageant, now
Davis and congregation presidein
l ,CHURCH ACTIVITIES the services. ,.,. Tft? playing' In St.- Augustine., :

y., The District Sunday School Conven- The -anne- tq tII rq; wit111 \ j 1 attendance for this y a'a '
G*;;tion of tlx ,Jacksonville: District: First;!! ,;, NICA; n" np 't hts lt -;; ,it i )sixteenth season of spectacle is>II FREECREtRINGVlilh
'B t' Sunday -
VBoWCnurch of The Living God will percent above last year's record gate,
!I1, ,convene at Greater Hills Temple FBC School 10 a.m. All members are Bradford County residents will get an
I.July 22-27. Saturday, July 26, will be invited to attend the Congress and opportunity to view the musical
..J1Youth!;, Day, beginning with a Youth BTU Convention In Gainesville July history of St. Augustine, the nation's
P breakfast at 9:30: a.m., followed by a 16-19. Each Wednesday at 7 pm. oldest city, at reduced prices Saturday
,worship hour and workshop. Prayer Service. The Women In White July 19. Reserved seats usually
Breakfast and lunch are free. After are invited to worship at Olustee Sun- priced at $5 and $4 will be reduced toM
lunch there will be more discussions day, July 20, 3 p.m. and $3. General admission seating
land workshops for the youth and Serviceman: Mr. Tommy Williamsof usually priced at $3 will be available
young adults. Deaconess Zephaniah Fort Ord, California, spent two for $2.50. All tickets must be purchased II/ODD SAVINGSEll
:1 iL. Strong is secretary for the weeks with his parents Mr. and Mrs. at the St. Augustine amphitheatrebox in
:, meeting. Willie Lee Felton of Lawtey. He is in office, two miles south of the cI-
.' The Starke FBC will travel to the Armed Forces and will be station ty''s downtown section on Highway
'Jacksonville on Sunday, July 20, at 3 ed in Alaska. AlA South.
p.m. for appearance on the anniver- Kelly Reunion: Last week the Starke congressman Frank ,
jgary of Elder Flax Howard, former Leroy Thomas family, Leon Thomas Williams, who performs
longtime pastor of Starke FPC. All family and the Mitchell family were terms the event "a very professional,
members are encouraged to attend omitted by mistake. We apologize. performance"and hopes to see "a big
this program.
1 Greater Allen AME Church: The

., Young Adult Choir will sell fish din-
;ners Friday evening at 6:30.: All INFLATION BUSTER SPECIALS
members are asked to cooperate with
this activity. Sunday School 10 a.m.
Lovefeast Service 11 a.m. All
members and friends are invited.
The Sunday School Convention will -
be in session July 29-Aug.. \ at St. $4599 OFF
Stephens' AME Church In Jackson-
The Annual Men's Day celebration
will be sponsored August 17. All Big wheels lets It roll easier.

members are encouraged to help Heavy duty construction for
.make this activity a success.
Greater Freewill Baptist Church: : durability 4 dependability.

:Monday 8 p.m. Blye's Circle spon- Cuts clean In tough or tender grass 1 / do
sored a program for the benefit of the
Women Day program. Each Tuesday -21" Cut -4 HPReg.
'"7:30 Prayer Meeting. Wednesday all y
(Circles meet at 7:30.: McKay's Circle F DO
meets at Gertrude Covington's. s041
Blye's Circle will meet In the home of 349,
i Jennie Sewell. Lee's Circle will meetin
the home of Barbar Dean. Thurs- Other models at savings also
day Is Story Hour at the church, 7:30.:
Friday the ladies will sell dinners
from the church kitchen. Ate p.m. the HOUSE PLANTS
Junior Ushers and Junior Choir will HOLIDAY'FOGGER

:;rehearse. At 8 p.m. McKay's Circle .
will sponsor a program for the Popular 4 Easy way to kin fleas,,

:.Women's Day program. Saturday varieties., 'In roaches and other pest
dinners will be sold from the kitchen.
I Insects In the
I Sunday Is Pastoral Day. Sunday'' 3" pots ,
:'School 1:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m.' 6 e 02. size
.Dinner will be served at 12:30.: EvenIng \ '
i service at 6 p.m. 2 098 Reg.2's 168Sel.ct ''There's something new in banking service. and it's ideal for you- .J
Ebeuner Baptist Church i Sunday for "$1,000 in Savings." That's the name, and that's all. you'll need.If ;,'"

School and BTU Congress will be held you maintain balance of just $1,000 or more in your insured .

:;July In Gainesville 16-10. All at members First Baptist are asked Church to Group ,savings account, you'll earn daily interest and enjoy Free Checking> s ''
support this activity. SUPER D writ*matter how many checks you write You'll be saving money > '. ,I'. \',.

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Monday Large,Indoor and Kills wJ1ileyouresavingmoney.andthat'ssavinglj.; { .\.'.,c."

', .July 21 five, Rev. G.G. McAuthor 118f'oI' will outdoor plants Apply most lawn weeds. ,So come'In now to Florida National. Its the home of $1,000. In ", ''I' .
conduct a day with hose end .
Savings and Tillie the Alltime Teller too. '-'-r "" ntTtUlI
: Reg..to, 10"_ IiftM sprayer. ,:: _
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..; Big Depression Had Its PointssWith :, :: ; .. '

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t. ; ,
d M much talk of recession and And a newspaperman In Amarillo, I have had' more fun since"the those trips and we stay'as long' as'we t 3 } ,
the gloomy forecast that It might even Texas proclaimed to the world "I depression started than I ever had in want to. The whole outfit Could leave "
develop Into a full-blown depression, Like The Depression", and wrote a my life. I had forgotten how to live; the office now and it wouldn't make,
II IB Interesting to dig back Into the column to prove it. Arguing that the what it meant to have real friends; any difference. : ":. ,,'. k. ,
1832 files of The Telegraph to learn austerity of those days resulted in a what It was like to eat common every y ..
bow folks to survive the I like the depression. )It< have time to' -- .. R
managed happier family life, he wrote: day food. Fact Is, I was getting just a .. r r .,
"Brother Can You Spare A Dime"era little bit high-hat. visit my old mends, nd'mak4l"' lew ,
of five decades ago. ones. Two years ago When I went to a
Three years ago only one man In the neighboring town I always stayed! at
Suprlslngly enough, the record News-Globe organization could be out the hotel. Now I go home'' with my a Ib s ,
shows that some actually "enjoyed"It of town at a time and he had to leaveat friends, stay''all night,- and *noy] 1 C f "
,and among the so-called"benefits"was the last minute and get back as home cooking. I have even'spent the p. IP S1 ,
the fact that the Florida Experi- soon as possible. Many times I have weekend with some of the boys who )

ment Station at Gainesville actually driven 100 miles to -a banquet, sat have been kind.enough to,'invite( :! ea.'.
offered a full week of menus showing through three hours of bunk in orderto
how to feed a family three well- make a five minute speech, then It's great to drop into a store and I
rounded meals for 25 cents per day He Liked ItI drive the 100 miles back so as to be feel that you can spend an hour.or so
per person. At that rate, the food bill ready for work the next day. just visiting and not fee that you are
for a family of three would run $5.29 News-Globe wasting anybody's .time. ; I, lik. ',.the'., ..
per week-about the coat of a mess of like the depression. No more prosperity Nowadays, as many depression.1'. .
porkchops in today's market. for me. employees as are invited may make "'. '
t.am.. tine'' .."I.,..,n"tnutirttaf4 with' 4
,. my friends ;and r g'ht-jth;;;; ;; *, last
," six months I have become acquaintedwith -
the folks who have been living

iiiliiilNo : ] : : i '.5' fallowing next door to the'me'-Biblical for three' admonition years. I am, "

... ." .. ,.. '. l .' .) "Love your'neighbors/'. One of my
,;' neighbors has one of the best looking
wives I have ever seen; so I am getting ,
acquainted with my neighborsand .

Ordinance, No Protection : :, learnin, 'to- love,-them.'. ,' ",

Three years-,ago. I. ordered my
clothes from a high-priced tailortwoand
three suits at a, time ;All my
Clay County Commissionersand Bradford County, which r.revent' or regulate a clothes' were good ones I was always
Health Department of- also is lacking in the 'Woodstock" type of rock dressed up But now, I haven't boughta
ficials were caught off guard ordinances to concert from moving into the new suit in two.years '
necessary o what is In June...
so rare as a day
last week when learned area with its massively -
they regulate and control such Three years sig'o I vva8 so busy and
in a round-about way, that a assemblies, might well take detrimental side effects. my wife was so us)', that'we almost Or so hot as a day in July?

huge country music festivalwas note of Clay County's ex- Clay Commissioners needed an introducUplj everytime we
for this weekendat County met. Consequently we! sort of lost interest -
and itself with
perience arm Undressed"young
beach realizing their In each other.,-I never went The Telegraph's award for the"Best
a public on Kingsley protective measures before vulnerability, have voted home to lunch. About,,twice a week I man in Bradford County goes to this

Lake. the need arises. Although promoters unanimously to go ahead with checked in for dinner! 'at 8:30, but I youngster who is keeping his of the Kingsley Lake never had time to go\ ,anywhere with heat wave.
After learning belatedly of drawing up an adequate ordinance the record-breaking July
her If I did I could
go,on a party,
the plans from a Kingsley event say it is for a good cause for early adoption. never locate her and since there was
Lake resident who observed a and will be a "family type" af- Bradford County Commis- always ,a blonde: or a redhead Anyone want to compete for his title?

sign announcing the show, Ed fair, there is nothing on the sioners would do well to follow available I didn't worry too much I

Stansel, director of the Clay law books of either county to suit. about it., ,I. ,

County Health Department, My wife belonged to all the clubs in County Agents _
appeared before the County town, and between playing bridge and d ..Ah
Kobbt fa, lor
Commission to express con- going to meetings, she was never at 4
cern over the many attendant Keep It Clean home. Notebook Pnotieltti4.6'dxl r

problems connected with suchan We got stuck up and hifalutin'. We
event-the problems of ade- even took down the old family double

quate sanitary facilities for Temperatures of 101 again this Saturday, and other bed and traded it for twins-on the In-

the "expected" crowd of degrees are not conducive to civic-minded individuals, and stallment plan of course Looks like 1980 is the year for for the month was $2 over May.
2C.t 25 000 music fans attracted unusual weather. Late freezes Feeder cattle prices followed the
mowing pulling weedsor city street department I like the depression:We have
grass, come heavy, early spring rains, and coolnights same trend with most price Improve
to the lake this
hauling off trash, but the employees.To down off our pedestal and are really during our early growing ment taking place In the lower quality
weekend the problem of properly Woman's Club Clean-up and living at our house now.The twin beds season was different than our normal grades. Medium number is, 400-500
licensing food service, Beautification drive did get really do the job that are stored in the garage and the old pattern of temperature and rainfall. Ibs. feeder steers averaged $70-81( in

the problem of parking in an off to a start last Saturday in needs to be done: however, family affair is being used again. We Florida auctions while 600-700 lb.
the efforts of are enjoying life once more. Instead This caused in Medium is $68-77.
will require some delay planting
inadequate area the problemof
spite of a small turnout of of taking a hot water bottle ,to bed gardens and other and in
emergency medical care volunteers due largely to the many, many more. TheWoman's these cold nights, she sticks her heels cases, poor growth crops and production.Some The substantial Increase in fed cat-
for the usual problems that heat. Club is to be com- in my back just like-she did before growers, however, had better should have produced a

arise when that many people .. mended for getting the ball Hoover was elected. success with certain crops under much greater increase In feeder cat.,

gather together 100 degree Another work-day is planned .... rolling, but..they must pa lk B.Utava&i heiY4bii k.""""" i s.ae mon- these,conditions.? \ tie prices. based, historical price-
heat "- fr" for this Saturday,' and widespread tiommhrilty support differential relationships but did not
have lost book of '
tb&.1 l li even
.... i-*. f. my Our unu'sual'weather now Is not because of continual losses cattle
4* i ITo hopefully the weather Mil be to do an effective job. *,telephone numbers. My wife has by
necessarily the high feeders, over interest
the chagrin of some Clay cooperative. dropped out of all her clubs. I believewe temperature uncertainty
County officials, it was more Clean and attractive town$ are actually falling in love all over readings on a given day, but the rates,the recession and inflation, and
discovered Several civic in- don't just happen. Somebody I well satisfied with number of consecutive days that the unusually large number of market
that the county has groups again am pretty thermometer has been over or hogs for delivery in August and
no ordinance of any kind cluding members of Kiwanis made them so. If you want to my wife, and think;by gosh, I'll keep 100 degree F. These conditions place a September. It is likely that the fed

governing such assemblages and Rotary, joined the task see Starke become the town her. lot of stress on livestock, poultry and and feeder cattle market will soften

and that, consequently, the force last Saturday, working you'd like it to be, come out I even feel better physically since many of our crops. by the end of July and remain that

promoters of the concert were along with volunteers from and join the other volunteer the depression started, thanks to get- Animals and under way through September.Fed .
plants stress
the Lawtey Correctional Institution workers at 8:30 a.m. Saturdayat ting more exercise. I walk to town
under to
no legal obligations can't grow and perform normally) cattle prices should trend back to
who will be back the Woman's Club. now, and a lot of folks who used to and ,
notify anyone. even though death losses might the middle$60's during August with a
drive Cadillacs are walking along be minimal feed efficiency will go slight Improvement In September and
with me. Sure...1 like the depression.I down, and other problems may occur $70 cattle In October.
: that can result in losses to the pro-
. Reagan's Chz tp-Shot am getting' 'real, l h'onest-to- ducer. Feeder cattle prices for medium\
goodness again. Three years number 1's, 400-500 Ibs in Florida are
ago, we had filet mignon once a Speaking of livestock and poultry expected to peak at$78-85 In early Ju-
week-and now we have round steak producers are having a hard time ly, soften Into August in the $67-80
Here we go again this voters he should pause to con- with the powers and responsibilities and flour gravy Instead. A while back understanding market trends and range and gain renewed strength
had roast breast of guinea hen, but
we prices. Most folks realize that poultryand toward the end of September.
time with GOP sider the ultimate fate of Joe of the oval office.
presidential now we are glad to get some sowbellywith hog supplies have been heavy,
nominee Ronald Reagan McCarthy and Richard Nixon. the buttons still on.I and have been low
prices for
The facts are, as pointed out very Slaughter cow prices are expectedto
already using the cheap-shot Mr. Rowan that the Soviet Three several months.Cattle prices and hog average $42.50 in late summer. '
like the
tactics of Joe and depression.! years prices have strengthened a little in
McCarthy Union is ticked off at I never had to' to church
plenty ago golf go the last week or so, but the outlook
Richard Nixon in his state- Jimmy Carterwith Kremlin because played 'all day smart isn't as good as we would like. Hog prices for 200-220 Ib barrows
ment to Mike Wallace on "60 spokesmen accusing him of and besides, I was so darned and gilts averaged$32-37 at Lake City
Minutes" that "...the Soviet that there wasq't a preacher in West The fed cattle market Improved In June, up $4 from May. Prices
Union is going to throw a few trying to starve the Texas ,who tcouid tell me anything consistently during June with prices should average in the $38-40 range in
bones people with a grain embargo, anyway'Nowl go to church regularlywith about $4 higher at month's end over mid July, decline to $32-28 In August
to Carter
Mr. during the and Soviets makingangry the family Never miss a Sun and "
Me : other the end of May. The average increase average$29-34 by October.
coming campaign in order to ( remarks about the day.And if this Depression lasts much
help him continue as presi- longer I-nsta-a'going' to prayer
dent. Olympic boycott. meeting before! ]long.

"I would be-very worried "Americans should expect .1 like tne depression. And if I make -

about me if the Soviet Union Reagan to say how he differs It through this one, I'm sure I can pull

wanted me ," with Carter on arms control through anything the good' Lord sees t IN BRADFORD COUNTY by Mark Fries
fit to t.upoLl1I!
>> !!
Mr. Reagan smugly added. treaties, the U.S. military 9.j ':>U': ; ,

budget, and similar issues.
The Implication Is clear in But they surely do not
this modern expect .. to theEditor
version of the old, him to to hang the ham- .
worn-out ultra-right-wing and try : 'J :' II If you are among the group of lan- the larva or crawler stage. It is during -
mer sickle around
GOP slander that the lRonnie- Jimmy ." WWIAlV'SCLUBvTHAhtt downers who have recently noticed a this stage that the scales may be
Carter's neck, Rowan con- white web-like substance around the transported from tree to tree by
Democrats" are "soft on Com- cludes. ... ( VOLUNTEERS; buds of your pine trees you can take birds, wind or by crawling. \
munism. It was used by that '' Dear Sir!"" '" ..r-- heart. The snowy, dandruff looking
master of demogoguery Joe If the inter- J material around the needles is not a Late summer the young scales at-
McCarthy, to smear all those The Fearless view is a sample of what we W*"are Ceased to report that our serious threat to the health of your tach themselves to trees and settle in

who fell into his disfavor and are in for during the forth- clean-up and beautification work got trees.It for the winter. The next spring they
The GOP nominee-be is coming campaign Mr. under way last Saturday, althoughthe will be adults ready to produce their I
was used that
by master of
hbot weasther doubt small
extremely no Is caused by a Insect own
craftiness, Richard Nixon, to starting early to picture Mr. Reagan will be guilty of trying prevented many from turning out who Psudophilippia quaintancillx,. commonly -

win a seat in the U.S. Senate Carter as the white-haired boy to hoodwink .the American would otherwise teve'Joined.with us nown as a woolly pine scale. Floridians have not paid much attention I
by portraying Helen Gahagan of the Kremlin, and, as voters with an old trick that in this Important project.We to the scale until a couple of
Douglas as a pinko.If pointed out by columnist Carl was worn threadbare by Joe great\ appreciate the efforts of %The woolly pine scale is a common years ago but the last two years have*'
Rowan, "...that is just the sort ,McCarthy Richard Nixon and those participate, and would pest of pines from New England to brought quite a few reports. When
like especially to mention the good Florida. asked about this .
of reckless rhetoric that will others of their ilk. Reagan will work done/iby, )Andy Jordan, Lee Charles Chellman, Florida phenomenon.A&M
Mr. Reagan thinks this convince millions of voters be doing nothing to advancethe Hardenbrook, and Don Wilson, of the Scales belong to a group of Insects University Entomologist, said his
type of campaign rhetoric will that Mr. Reagan is too )rrespons'hle statesmanlike image that Kiwanis Club; Al Crosby of the known as sucking insects because theory Is that late freezes during the''*''

endear him to the American 'i, be i 'ru..t d he is trying so hard to develop Rotary Club? Russell Norman, Steve they live by tucking plant Juices past two springs may have diminished -, .
Simmons; the five volunteers from, through specially designed mouth ,the number of insect predators
Lawtey Correctional i Instituted; parts. Fortunately the liquid woolly which feed on the scales thus allowing
""Wilbur' and Kay Waters; Ray'Nettles scales extract from their host pines Is ,more scales to survive and attract at-
.$ CRID and his crew from the not vital to the Irees's existance. tention.
,1 I department, Mike Conner Mike Net.

ties, and George Brosky; Marla The snowy white material present If you have any question feel free to
miligfrtp1r'BOB Wallace, who seved lunch to the LCF with the scales U produced during; call me at my office.964-6280,Ext.; 219.
MMtf Maw(t y men; and I the nine Woman's Club their reproduction cycle. Adult scales
members who helped. lay eggs and attach them to their
We hope the Interest and enthuslam bodies, during May and June. The
will Increase as this work progresses adults then surround themselves and s'
+ jfON G. FERGUSON JOHN M.::'MILLER and begins to show results. Please their young with the cottony ILi

Publishers 1...., ,i come out and help us this Saturday substance which acts as a protective'

Pvhll.hd..ch!'. Thuraeey end._..... et'wend Cl... Matter etlh.Foil OHIce"Stork. Flo.under. Act el March 3 IS7PIMM s starting. 8.30'at- the- .Woman's- Club. covering. In heavily Infested areas,
; when the dislodged by the

Suh.cptl.i.s.( ."In" ....erei t*,. V.."; IS Sl. Months ..... .- *. 'Stark.woman'Sincerely! ,- CTuti'Cleanup ,wind, It may be obvious as it swirls
Out.,...,.... .._'HO Per Y or; SI.SOSli Month and Beautification around in the air and settles on the The first co-ed In the US.
.....,.. Ilorko.. Florida. Committee ground. The adult scale replaces the WM admitted to Oberlin
material until the young scales enter Collage Ohio in 1833.I .

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Presbyterians HoldOpen

House for .

New Members Pastor of the First Presbyterian fYlte Y1"47/ flJide IL ;

Church held Open House Sunday ;'
afternoon to Introduce their new 1
pastor Rev.Cliff McLeod to the com .

munity.Guest were greeted by Mrs. Lila CjtaJyi Wool if J 11/ ..
Rae Yawn and presented to Cliff and J7W
Lisa McLeod by Guy Andrews. ,Sotl.1.Jtt lorr u rew.) _
The refreshment table was covered .
with a white lace cloth and centered 964- 7608
with a mixed arrangement of summer "
flowers. --------- --- -
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Serving refreshments were Miss
Lillian Stump. Mrs John Griffin .
+ Mrs., Bob Paterson. Mrs. Hank Cherie Hinton. Miss Sandra Darley,
Greene Mrs. Cynthia Schmltt and Earnle Cauley ,
David Farmer
Mrs. Herb Herres.
Many friends called during the To Wed Aug. 9 To Wed July 25
t reception hours to welcome the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Darley announce
McLeods to the community.. the approaching wedding of
Mrs. Inez their daughter, Sandra G. Darley to ..
( Green of Earnle Cauley, son of Mr. Edgar
Retirement ReceptionFor ''Brooker an- Cauley of Orange Park and Mrs. ',,'
Rev. WaltersRev. nounces the Lucille Cauley CJf Lawtey. I
engagementand The wedding will be an event of Friday
First Baptist Walters Church pastor Raiford of, was the ap- July 25, at 8 p.m. in the First 1
( .k proaching marriage United Methodist Church, Starke'
5 honored at a retirement of herdaughter 1'1Irll.
Mason with reception following In the
Saturday, June 28, st the Fellowship Hall.)
Street Baptist Church: Fellowship Cherie Lynn All friends and relatives are Invitedto
Hall, given by his son-in-law and Hinton to David Cherie Hinton. attend.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Virgil Farmer of Gainesville, son of
r.t. Rlppllnger. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Farmer of
Greeting the guests at the door Fort Walton Beach. Gayle ShufordHonored k
t.. were Mr. and Mrs Ripplinger and The wedding will take place August At' VI
Mrs. Robert GUlls. Standing In the 9 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.TommyCox .
receiving line were Mrs. E.D. Tenly of Brooker.. Two Parties
and Rev. and Mrs. Walters.At .
The bride-elect attended Bradford
." .. two tables In the front of the hall High School, Santa Fe Community Gayle'Shuford, bride-elect of \\ Etta Dyal
August 1, was honored with a
were memory Items of the Walters.
and Powell's
College Beauty
miscellaneous shower July 10, given
The hors d'oeuvres table was .
covered with a white eyelet cloth over Academy.Mr.. Farmer attended Fort Walton by Mrs. Bobby\ Mall, Mrs Shad Starling Mrs. Etta DyalCelebVates
Miss Theresa Gaskins and Mrs.
yellow linen and was centered with a 88th
and the
Beach High School Universityof
spring floral arrangement.The Arthur Gaskins, at the home of the
Florida.All latter In Lawtey. Game were played BirthdayMrs.
cake table was covered with a friends and relatives are Invitedto
white spring embroidered linen cloth attend. and winner was Mrs. Lee Harden. Etta Dyal who was 88 years
and was centered with an "Open BI- brook. old July 1, celebrated the occasion ata
Mr.and Mrs.Robert MacNeille ble" cake. The punch bowl at that After opening of the gifts, barbecue dinner July 6 at the homeof
table was sitting on a silver tray and Homemakers Club refreshments were served to the 32 her son-in-law and daughter
Sharon Lavender and Robert MacNeille was encircled with greenery. ,Meeting TodayThe guests attending. The hostesses Carlton and Lumanda Davis In
presented the honoree with '
During the reception Rev. Ben a Waldo. '
Bryant presented the Walters with a Bradford CountyHomemaker's vegetable bowl from her chosen chinaas Among those enjoying the day with
Wed June 14 in Lake ButlerThe club will have mixed a memento of the occasion.
-: plaque of recognition of their 40 years craft July 17 and Mrs. Dyal were two of her children.
of service to the church.: workshops on ----a- Lumanda Davis and Berry Dyal, Jr.
First Christian Church of Lake decorated with rainbow colored spr- Assisting were Mrs. Joan Chitty August 21 at the Agriculture at 10 BuildingIn Northslde Baptist: Church plus their children and great grand
Butler was the setting for the mar- ing flowers and fern. All cakes were and daughters, Karen and Sandra, Starke starting asked a.m. to Fellowship Hall was the setting June children. Also present were Mrs.
riage of Sharon April Lavender, baked by the bride's sister, Pearl Mrs. A.W. Chapman, Mrs. Ralph Those attending lunch"are. carry 19 for a miscellaneous shower honor- Berry Dyal, Jr., a sister-in-law, Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dyer, as wedding gifts. Graham, Mrs. Marie Siemer and a "brown bag invited to attend. Ing Miss Gayle Shuford, bride-elect of Della Goodge of Starke Betty Ann
Lavender of Lake Butler, to Robert The punch table held a large silver Mrs Les Wood and daughters. Everyone is August 1. Games were played and and Donald Boals and son, Mark of
Arland MacNeille,Jr.,son of Mr.and punch bowl surrounded by fern and Melanie and Diane.Approximately refreshments were served to the 30( Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Mrs. Robert Arland MacNeille,Sr.,01 multi-colored silk flowers. 100 guests called Alice June Brown, guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Morris Davis and children, Brenda Karen
Largo on Saturday, June 14, at 1:00: The groom's table was centered between the hours a and 5 o'clock. Kelly, Mrs. L.C. Sapp, Mrs. Jimmy and Andy of Trenton Mr. and Mrs.
P.M. Rev. William Delaney performed with a two-tier chocolate groom's John GriffisTo Alvarez and Miss Angie Sapp. Louie Davis and daughters, Pammyand
the nuptials. cake decorated with chocolate roses. Wed July 18 .. Lori Ann, Faye Griffis and
Centering the altar was a brass ar- Rainbow colored rice bags were Diana Davis, and John Edward children, Cheryl and Steve and Mr..
ched candelabra containing 25 burn- handed out by Paul Coleman, thebride's Alice will June be Brown united In marriage Fri- Mr and Mrs. Willie Dixon spent and Mrs. Billy Bell of Graham.,
ing tapers and supporting a large nephew, and Mary Coleman, Randall GriffisTo Griffis 18, at 8 at the last week at Daytona Beach and Wild
day night, July p.m.
spray of white gladioli, pompoms, the bride's niece. Wed July 19 Wise In Waters.
and Mrs.
carnations and daisies. To each side Assisting in serving were Carol Kel- home of Mr. Ralph
were large standing arrangements of ly, Sue Rivers and Annie Ruth Dukes. Miss Diana Davis,daughter of Mr. Lawtey.
and Mrs. Ray Davis of Lake Butler All friends and relatives are Invitedto
white spring flowers flanked with two The bride's book was kept at the '
brass tree candelabras reception by Karen Dukes. and Randall Griffis, son of Mr. and attend.
Donald Krafft of New Port Richey The couple is residing In Lake Mrs. Alvin Griffis of Lake Butler will
served as best man. Ushers were Butler. be united In marriage Saturday, July
Chuck Franson of Jacksonville and 19, at 3 p.m. at the New River New CorrectionLyn
Tommy Robinson of Lake City. Congregational Methodist Church Writer was flower girl at the
Gail Lavender sister of the bride, with a reception following In the Scheetz-Crews wedding, not Lyn ANiceNewlbuch.
served as maid 01 honor.Bridesmaidswere church Fellowship Hall. Welsh as stated in the copy submittedto
Carlyn Harper of Atlanta Ga. BIRTHS No local invitations are being the Telegraph last week. We are
and Carol Dyer ece of the bride of issued but all friends and relativesare sorry for the error.

Lake Butler, served. as junior James. .. \Marcus Rose. invited to attend.
bridesmaid. They were attired alike "
In floor. length gowns made of light Blanche and Don Rose announce ,. ,1JH1I! .
yellowi! crepeback.,isattn.with mat-' ''the birth of a son, James Marcus, I I 'Christ "' '
ching yellow floral printed chiffon born July 11 in Palatka. ,!
elbow length capes. They carried Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Lutheran ChurchBible 711.g
wicker fans decorated with a single Mrs. Marcus Rose of Jacksonvilleand
white silk orchid surrounded by tiny maternal grandparents are
spring flowers. The junior bridesmaid James A. and Mary E. Peterson. Class Recessed s.
carried a basket of white silk spring .
for Summer Months.
flowers. They wore hairpieces of Casey Len Moore a .
yellow spring flowers. 10:30 A.M.
Len and Beth Moore announce the *
The bride,given in marriage by her syt
father, wore a full length'gown of birth of a son,Casey Len Moore, born Keystone Lions Club >, -
bridal satin and chiffon with Imported July 12 in Alachua General Hospital. Keystone Heights, Fla. -- ;
Bavarian lace accented with seed Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
Mrs. Leonard Vi Moore,Sr. Maternal
pearls. The skirt with chapel length
473-2007 After 5 p mThe
Mr. and Mrs.
train was trimmed with lace appli grandparents are
ques and a lace ruffle. The brides hip James A. Davis Sr. Paternal great
length veil was trimmed with mat grandmothers are Mrs. Aubrey R. so so so so so so as t 2 3e
ching lace and seed pearls. She car- Moore and Mrs. Ella Cottle.
ried a cascade of silk lavender and Officeof
white spring flowers surrounding a e*
single white orchid. CLUB RESULTS
A reception was held in the
fellowship hall of the church. Hazel and Jerry Moran -were the
The bride's table was centered witha winning couple at Duplicate Bridge 9
four-tiered cake decorated with silk Tuesday night. Cecelia Terwillegar :
rainbow colored spring flowers. On and Ida Shaw were second. John D Campbell I AA.D.
each side were smaller piano shaped The club plays every Tuesday nightat .
cakes that were given to the parentsof 7:30: p.m. at the Pratt Street
the bride and groom as gifts at the Recreation Center. All bridge playersare
reception. Also on the bride's table invited to attend. Announces
were two silver candelabras

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Dr. Marshall Clyde HnKhey, Jr. Blood Runs Cold

Dr. Marshall At LibraryGo

Clyde Hughey back to nature at the Bradford
Jr.and son of Mr .. County Public Library. Next Thursday
Mrs. Clyde July 24 Join us for "Under the
Hughey Sr., at Tree Crafts'"
at 10 a.m. with the
Gainesville and I' + library's craft specialist volunteer,
grandson of Joy Norman. Make pine cone owls, *
Mrs. Elva!:
penguins and frogs. Return to nature AI
McRae of 719 S. under the Library's shady Magnolia.

Epperson This program Is for M year olds
Street la Shake
off those hot summertime
Starke. received his Doctor of Phar- blues. Pick up a blood chilling novel + .
macy degree at the University of at your Public Library. In the heat of 4"i
Florida June 14. Dr. Hughey has accepted the summer a book like THE SHINING 14
position with Ormond Beach by Stephen King or John D.
Memorial Hospital Ormond Beach McDonald's THE GREEN RIPPERor
Florida. DRACULA by Bram Stoker will
make your blood run cold. .

Did You Know........... VI "
Did You Know............ ;"J -
Mr and Mrs. Randall CMsm who
were vacationing at Clearwater While enroute to their home in BUS Class of 1970

Beach last week had with them their and Gainesville Ga. the Rev. Robert West Members of the Bradford High Class of 170 at their 10-year reunion. are (l-r, son, snd Donna Lamb Greene.
grandson Richard Johnson of Carolyn, Susan Michael '
and Leah by row): Third row' : Jan Bitch Tllley. Kay Davis Ma on. Claudette Peterson Lucy
Tallahassee, and their son. Robin of home of spent Mr.Monday and Mrs.night at M.B.the First rew: Jerry Redding Richard Sapp, Ralph Morgan, 'Tom Edwards Earl Kaufman Milner. Glenna Joyner Morgan. Donna Tilley Hardeman, Nancy
Gainesville who stayed for five days. Overstreet in Keystone Rev. Wayne Murray, Buddy Hardy, Edwin Sanders Cecil Gasktks, and Paul LoU. Struth Ktierne PHil Louise Batten Patterson.Cindy Strickland Rowrll.Jan
West had been Heights.at First Second rows Becky Newham Reddish, Katliy Scott Rowe,,Joyce Allen Johns, 'Mobley Norton Janet Sapp Randy Chlsm Tommy Talley, and Mike Rhoden.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Woods of Live guest speaker
Baptist In BushneU. Karen Gin) Johnson. Patricia Edwards Wainwright Janel Goodman Mcln- Fourth row I Made Norton, David Nail. Mark Milner David Wllkerson, Tom-
Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Woods of tyre Lucille Grlffls PIUEI l, B.J. Warren Baldwin, !Mary.Sue. Underhill Tomlin- my Blackshear. Frank Patterson, and Ricky Frick.
Lake Wales were Sunday visitors of ... ,,__...
ft. .
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Mrs. Llnnle Woods and Mr. and Mrs. A1C and Mrs. Rex Anderson of "u u. nnu."' ..
Nealy McConnell. Homestead spent the weekend with BHS Class of 1970 Holds 10-Year Reunion
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mrs. Betty Mlzelle visited her Miss Katlk>< Hutcheson of
Athena Hart of Palatka spent Fri Anderson, Sr. daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Clarksville, 'Tenn. spent last week
day to Tuesday with her grandparents Roger Householder In Bushnell last with her grandmother; Mrs. Edith: Forty-seven members of the Bradford High graduating class of 1970 gathered
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Patter- Dr. and Mrs. R.D. Stoll and familyof Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. Hutcheson.' ,> June 28 In the National Guard armory on Edwards Road for their 10-year reu-
Germany have been guests the past .. nion. .
son.Mr. two weeks of Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whir- Gladys Mooty attended the Mrs. Etna Schaffer'returned Monday Joyce Allen Johns mistress of ceremonies and dressed in her original com-
and Mrs. C.S. Bowers of Fort fen at Klngsley Lake. wedding of her niece Sharon Tierney after two weeks visit with hereon mencement cap anti gown and tassel, welcomed class members. Mrs. Johns .
Lauderdale were Monday overnight to Lewis Voss on Saturday afternoonat and daughter-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. read the Class Prophecy printed in the Telegraph in 1970.
guests of their daughter and family, Over the past weekend Mr. and a garden wedding at the home of Rick Schaffertn. Atlanta. The red white and blue theme of the Fourth of July was carried out in
Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Paterson.Mr. Mrs. R.P. McLendon attended the the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs., *.' .fit .. decorating. The buffet table was covered with blue cloths with a lace overlay.
McLendon reunion and 86th birthdayof Milton St Peter in Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. J.G.Jackson and Mrs.
Two crystal punch bowls and golden candlebra's. enhanced the refreshmenttable.
and Mrs. Herb Johnson and their uncle Dr. R.L. McLendon in Elizabeth sons of Tallahassee were visitors of Marianna. Enroute they visited brief- Penny visited friends and relatives In Entertainment was provided by Jack O'Brien, disc jockey at FM-Y-103,
Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ly with their son, Tommy in Quincy. EmmaRene Douglas and Cochrao|Gal over the Jacksonville with a disco light show coordinated with the new and old sounds.
Randall Chism for four days over the Weaver returned weekend.. .
Much the of the
appreciation was expressed to coordinators reunionCindy
weekend. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joey Herres and Sherra Mott will last Thursday after 11 days visit with
I Strickland Rowell Nancy Struth. Paul Lott Claudette Peterson Randy Chism;
Chlsm had a family reunion with their return Saturday after two weeks at a her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.'TB..Harding returned Mary Sue Underhill Tomlinson, Kathy Rowe, and Joyce Johns..
children and Mrs. James Weaver in Peachtree City ,
grandsons. music camp at FSU. Tuesday of last week after 10 days
Ga. visit with a cousin, Mrs.. Emil Kelly In
David S. McCampbell president of Mrs. W.T. Whisenhunt of West WaynesviUe, N.CV! St Edwards
the Starke Kiwanis Club attended the Covina, Calif will spend Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns spent Church Hall
65th annual convention of Kiwanis In- Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Thursday to Sunday attending the Mr. and fcrs.: Robert W. Harrison
ternational June 22-25 In Anaheim Mrs. W.J. Epperson.Dr. Florida Trucking Association Boardof and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles BINGOEvery
Calif. Director's meeting at Hilton Head, Curtis of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs.
.and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen and son, S.C. and also visited Wayne Henley at W.G. Harrison of Waycross were Sun- Saturday 7:30 P.M. .
On the President's Honor Roll list at Mike, spent June 11-2S In Texas North Myrtle Beach, S.C. day visitors.of Mr.. .and Mrs.. A.S. Har- :
UF 411 N Temple Ave Starke Fla
for the spring quarter were visiting relatives and sight-seeing. rison.
Kamath Ajlt Pandurang of Hamptonand
Kelly Lisa Ekard of Lawtey. Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Miss I
Lillian Stump are In Rosalyn Heights,
Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler and Mr. N.Y. visiting Mrs. Thomson's
and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and daughters. daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs.
Stephanie and Kim spent last week at Phillip Jacobs. Thomson and
Daytona Beach. Miss Stump will attend the*'production
''Camelot' in New York while there. :. : TM '
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Bitch spent Miss Stump will return in a week and
Wednesday to Monday touring in the Mrs. Thomson will remain with her Put ourWatt--Wts
Smoky Mountains and stopped in family for three weeks. -
Atlanta enroute home to visit their
daughter, Mrs. Barbara Harvey. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards returned

Thursday, July 10, from Tampa
V.J. Spengler celebrated his birth- where she spent five days with her package, i home
day July 4 at a steak cookout dinner at sister, Mrs. C.Y. Mayo. She attended your new
their home. Helping to celebrate the the funeral of her brother-in-law,C.Y.
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayo on Tuesday July 8. Also atten-
Jockel Mr. and Mrs.Joe Warren, Mr. ding the funeral from Starke were
and Mrs. J.C. Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Tom Casey It' I. ,
Mrs. Desso Forman. and Bill Edwards. save i you more

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Charles Davis bas :
W. graduated 'v6 ; .. ,.
hrtitR -' w i */ w "! r.l '- ;sn"1I1l411JI I tsfy -
from the University of North Florida C : f'- .
with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in YOU .tV:; I' 'f :'"
Criminal Justice. He attended Lake 'JJ, fy : t a it costs ; 0

City Community College for his AUTOKNOW .
Associate of Arts Degree in Cor rgc- ,
tions. The family had a luncheon on

that big day. Attending were Mr. and ......J 'f'
Mrs. Jim White t<. 1..1 DUCT: IM50t>noMR-6
Mr. and Mrs. Ed ,
Gene !.t.- i ..
Davis and family Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross ,WINt70WS, / : LIGHTING t OR IN SPACE.CONDITIONED .; :,.
Jolly Sr. from Fort Myers and Mr. .#1 NO MOU1HAM FLUORE5GNT
and Mrs. Carl Jolly, Jr. and family jt //1% DP TOTAL WHERE PARTITION INSULATIOlJ'RII I I
from Orlando. !LIVING! SUITASL9
Q. my last hope for AREAS
dingare '. wrong WALL ,APPLlAJllCES:: MICROWAVE OVEN, ".. '
Arthur Masters has been released with my brand/ new 1980 unofi AND PiACEMEMr OF WASHER' DAVE .j.1 XI. /.
from Orange Park Memorial Hospital Ford Taaoderbird. It's kN 5 OUTSIDE of ookioinowep ARE !.
after 10 days confinement.Mr. only two months old and It somrvEniSftlunar .

U already wring 011 .. way FOOT0VtIl.W1WG CEILING II '.
and Mrs. Hubert Cooper and too much. I'vt checked IrasuunoN:
family and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Huls everything: for leaks. .the
were vacationing at Daytona Beach dealer bee cheeked :

last week. everything he can Neitherof '
us found an answer.
Desso H. Forman of Starke was Since you're my last hope "
honored recently for being selected do yon have any Ideas? re
Honor Agent of the Quarter from the .NIA.D .
Gainesville office of Liberty National .
Life Insurance Company. He was \
presented a personalized plaque ;
acknowledging his outstanding sales
A. Just one. Are sure
achievements you ,
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policyholders.Mr. the car has the right .
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Guy Haddock and
easiest thing to overlook
children of Scottsville Ky. were
when troubleshooting a
visiting her grandmother Mrs. E.M.
new car. To be sure
Davis you
several days this wedc. have the right dipstick,

Mr. hold it next to one from the .
and Mrs.
David .
Montgomery '
same make and model and '
and .
family returned Saturday after I.
be sure the marks and "
two weeks at the Montgomery camp :tl) WiATEKHalER '! '
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.. '. Methodist Youth Attend Camps
I, Lawtey News by Elizabeth Terry \ "'#' '<' ,"""i. Come and hear the truth.. "Our
Phone 712-3300 ,Gordon'ddlsonq. : Dirk. Schmidt, Kristy Johns, Tommy Hardenbrook Mrs. Warren message Is Jesus. Services will beheld
reunion planned Tabitha Folsom, KeW and Vickie Langer and daughter Allison joined in the Chapel of DeWitt Funeral

PERSONALSMr. Mrs. Lena Fidyk of Detroit.Mich. Carver, Bill Sanders and Lynn and the group on Saturday night and Home 514 Nona St, Starke, beginning
I and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and annual Gordon and Addison July .and
Is spending some time with her son-in- Annie Loper of the. First United. stayed until Sunday. 10 at 7'30pm continuing
family, of visited their family reunion will be held Sunday. attended Confirmation
Hind law and daughter Mr and Mrs. Tom Methodist Church attended music Shaun Schmidt each Tuesday and Thursday.
sister,Mrs. er and new Chastain and August 3,at the Lakeside Community camp at Florida Southern In camp at Brandon last week Sundays at 7:00 P.M. ALL
baby Jennifer Allison, in RiversideHospital family. Center' In Lake Butler. v :: Lakeland the past week. where Rev. Warren Langer was co- WELCOME.

Jacksonville, on Sunday ch-All Highland members Missionary are Baptist Invited to Chur at- lunch Please attend and bring< a" picnic Mrs. .Drifts, chancel choir director for confirmation camp for
afternoon.Mr. director attended the week.Shaun was received into the-
the adult music .
and Mrs. Norman and tend a Special Christian Music Worship Eating utensils will be furnished.
Larry hour under the direction of work shop also at Florida Southern. .church membership at the Sunday ,
their daughter Rhonda and their Attending a weekend retreat at !morning service.
mother, Mrs. Lila Starling, campedout Pastor Ed Sheets, Sunday and, July vocalist 20 at GOlpelllng' New Smyrna Beach Friday to Sunday The Methodist Young Adults had a Card of Thank'sI ,
at St. Augustine from Thursday 11:00: A.M. Guest pianist In Lake City : were Oleeta and Don Hardenbrook, covered dish supper In the FellowshipHall
will Mr. Mrs.
be and
until Saturday of last week. Sharing ideas,
Mrs. Doyle Crews, Mrs. Lee Harden- Tuesday evening
Kilpatrick. Also performing will be There will be a gospel 'i would like to thank the
Terry Futch and his Bruce was, community
sons, Saturday brook Mr. and Mr*. Mark Harden- recreation and good fellowship
and Dean of Jacksonville: Beach, the choir, Miss Donna Prescott and Auditorium in Lake City ; ,., brook and daughter, Cara, Kevin and had during tile evening. for buying Scout World tickets from
visited their! aunt, Miss Elizabeth Michael' Prescott. Visitors are July 19, at 7:30: p.m. .L : Mary Anne Miller, Eollne and Nelson ............ me. Because of you, I won a Scout
Terry on Wednesday afternoon of welcome. Regular worship servicesare Featured will be the Klngdombelrsand Green Susan Faulkner Den- "It usually takes more than I World Patch, a T-shirt, a back pack,
held each Sunday.Sunday School the Country ., AM/FM radio and T.V.
them attended to business In Starke Statesmen : mark. Nancy Payne, Jay Eaves .. *- three weeks to prepare 0 an a
while here. 1:45: .A.m.and worship services, 11:00 Everyone is welcome, thereIs" no Chuck" Williams, Randy Reddish and good Impromptu speech. Thank you all,
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberta and a.m. 6.00 p.m.. Wednesday admission charge, Mark Twain Aaron Davis
daughter of Miami, visited their' Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. I'
oarents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Roberts'and friends here last week. -

with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. ,. INVENTORYI! GET THERE EARLY WHILE

Richard Sapp of Lake Asbury,recently E C. SAVINGS. SELECTIONS

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morgan of New
Orleans, La., spent a week here with
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kelly and other relatives. a roam you can trust r'.. r tC
S 5
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear,
Ga,and her son-in-law and daughter
Mr and Mrs. Robert Fachtmann and
daughter. Carla, arrived In Starke
Friday from Tallahassee. While in
Tallahassee they visited Mrs.Futch's
sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrlck. All of them
visited Mrs. Hattie Kirtsinger. of
Chattahoochee. On Saturday July 12, ED.
Mr. and Mrs.Fachtmann had a birthday / .
party for their daughter, Carla.: ALE PRICES OOODTHRU
Mrs. Futch visited her sister Miss SAT. JULY IS
Elizabeth Terry on Saturday after- OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 A.M. HI I P.M. I
noon. SUNDAYS 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. I FA _41111111110"' Iqlmowl
Deepest sympathy of the community t
Is extended to Mrs. Esther G. Mar- I l t
tin and her sons and daughter
because of the death of her sister,
Mrs. Sidney Hansen on Sunday July LAWN

Mrs. Henry Smith and Miss Ar- ABLETS FURNITURE

thurine Blanchard visited her sister. \ Dependeblepainrepass. Choose from Redwood,Tuft Weave or colorfu
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. bottle of 100, / web styles Chair chaise told for atorege
Thelma Wilson, at Baker County Nursing '' AMsr% LIMIT 1 / elf
Home at Macclenny: on Wednes- t'I'I

day Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent 139 OOFF1

the weekend with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, I'' ROLAIDS .::per g REGULAR PRICES

Jr., of Hinesville, Ga. ANTACID a ,,A
J.C. Prevail, Jr., of GalnesvilK Rolls of 12;
visited his mother and his sister,Mrs. ,3 roU peck 24-INCH
Truman Norman on Wednesday LIMIT 1 WELCH'S BRAZIER GRILL

afternoon.Mr. 1 REVLONFLEX GRAPE 32 0:. O Enamel flrebowl,
and Mrs. David Wilkinson SHAMPOO p x 99C''II 9$ Fold-up tags T\
Miss Danea Alvarez, Starke. ErtlFrank Q 1a-oz.botlle, JELLY JAR REQ $1299
Pendarvis spent Tuesday to 2 poss.
family Bill, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs w LOTION 2/f' 00 Assorted 'Z9 Baked
sized. flrebowlREG .
Michael Glance, of Keystone Heights. '
For dryskin.l0 oz f.
I attended the Atwood Reunion a Twlnblade, Wig bottle regular LIMIT 2 $269

Manatee Springs, July ;3 'S, they. cartridgeS Pack 0' 5LIMIT type, LIMIT 1 22"II 8S" [ 32-OUAKT
camped out. j .89'e 1 WALLPLAOUES i' ICE CHEST
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crews and sons JOHNSONJOHNSON }I.illp an Contemporary Heavy dutyHinged -
spent their vacation in Rome, Ga., BABY OIL a*"* prints, SS lid.REQ .

with their brother-in-law and sister. 104 plastic=size bottler; .,.. .REQ $1089 $1799

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards and LIMIT I I JANCO OOTT
sons, and their parents.Mr.and Mrs. PLANTERS _

James Casey Wood.Dobbs of Jacksonville,was a TOOTHBRUSH REACH v 2/.ZOO Assorted a t tI .j/T* 5-lltere bottle, Wide,ret reezejf' neck .r, ,

dinner guest of his parents; Mr. and f* A Cleans sway more deO3SH ,- 00 qE6.S ftEO:sB 95 c''' .. ./. 't ..." ....'Y
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. coy causing material
Deepest sympathy of the community 2 ipes. BASKETS -
is extended to Mr. and Mrs Ben- VW1HWVOTT
IRIS For Indoor plants
nett Wilkison, III, because of the SPRING MAIM CAM PRODUCTS 10"REQ 12" 14, TURBO DRYER
death of their newborn daughter.Mrs. 2-oz.trial size, .$4.95 REQ.$5,95 RE $8.95 99
,Shirley Newport of Orange 8-oz Heir care products
Park, spent Tuesday with Mr. and bar deodorant bath LIMIT 1 3MOQILVIE 4a 52

Mrs. Lea McClellan. oap.REQ.S9.EA, LIMIT. NATURAL WONDER ;

There was a Benefit Singing for the BIO LASH MASCARA
Leukemia Foundation at Gospel AR A Assorted shade*. i'' GALA PEED
Music Park, "Former Blue Grass 129 Price 455 OSCILLATING
Music Park" on Friday and Saturday off label
nights with a good crowd. The COTY SWEET EARTH 12" FAN
benefits went to the Leukemia Foun- COUNTRY JUG COLOGNE Whisper quiet.Pushbuttons. 4
dation. i NO. 2150 REG. 532.99 3
Mrs. Elsie Norman, Frankie Wood, 6,911AssOned#;
Mrs. Darlene Norman and sons, Mr. 9111
and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson Mr. and 2? \
Mrs. Carl Norman and sons Kim and I
her friend, Mr.and Mrs.Marcus Grif- J
f is and daughter and Joey Starling attended FLAVOR ROAST MARLB

the Bennett Reunion at Seville DRY ROAsTED -.... ,
on Sunday, July 13. SERGEANTS .:t
Mr. and Mrs Tom Casey of Starke, PEANUTSNo J199Js2'i ( FLEA/TICK SPRAY MR. COFFEE II
Fred sugar or COFFEEMAKERon !
visited their mother Mrs ..JIS
oil added. !' : f""tt.. Pump style spray. Brews- cups.
Moore, Sr., on Sunday afternoon 1
69. 8oz. |Jar. '-J I Istn kills both tlaas i '"' No CB3700
Mrs.Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville
REQ;8LlMI'f ticks REQ $249 REQ $2999 .:4
spent the weekend with her parents, 1 LADIES'FASHIONSCARVES e
Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. .
Harold Eunice returned home from ,19 -.:. HEDGESHEARS MAKE-UPMRROR 'K 1

Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, on ,.Assorted colors Regularamagnl-
Saturday. We are proud to learn that 9 V4' patterns. :;r. 388F'dharp, 988 tying sides
I .
he is better. REQ. $1 99. ; REQ S11 99
Mrs. Joyce Futch returned to her r I l 1 : .. FLORALGARDEN a
home in Blackshear, Ga., on Monday ;MEN'S TOOLS SOUNDESIQN DIGITAL )v

morning.Mrs. ',TIRE SOLE SANDALS Rake,shovel or If + CLOCK RADIO a
Fred Moore, sr.. spent Mon- .. Coot comfortable j0 hoe. M Lighted leaf ,drop-No
day to Thursday with her sister, Mrs. 5.. with durable' REQ $229, 3345 REQ $2799
Cecil Wade of Tampa. While there a tire sole Assorted "

they attended the funeral of Mrs.Moore's TRASH BAGS ., ,sizes.REQ.$7.99 AUTO SEATCUSHIONno 34" '', KEYSTONE XH-M in
brother-in-law Mr. C.Y. ,, CAMERATURTLE nV
Mayo. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards also QPlastlewluhtis assorted colors'
'yfs .SO':. 99 Pocket elze,UwaI
attended his funeral and accompanied : 110 film:
I RE 3. $3.9 GARDEN HOSE REQ $429
Mrs. Moore on. her return jg LIMIT a Y REG. $1199 ')
purabletlexlble. ,
on Thursday. kw
vinyl with braaa WAX POLAROID T88
Dr. Harry Gruen'i daughters 3" ,finings.REQ AUTO WAX r M
Alisha and Erika,of Starke, spent the $lS.la w,,,, ; i(MSTANTFILM
For 8 'color
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 'Bill 179lastingflnlsh,18-oz. .
Wilson, Elizabeth Smyth had the .'ZI.COiOa.PINCAIT" .. size REQ. SZ.2Q: perfectprints '
pleasure of being with them also. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake i COMBINATIONSpring .
City, visited their parents. Mr. and loaded .
Matchingrod. .
Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday after-' 599'drag I
FlEG. $7.88! .

IIRS To Assist CREVICE SPRAY' GRAN PRIX AM/FM -.. Vinyl & P VC. Assorted'colors u:;

Retarded AdultsThe AdjustaOlenOZZledlrecte' STEREO SYST M
spray where bugs hide.1 OHM.. attack*cassette .
Department of Health and HEO. $349 recorder/player,A 0 25% i
Rehabilitative Services Is accepting record changer.; .
proposals for the provision of work No. 8900REQ
and training activities center and 244 $219.M REGULAR PRICES .\
transportation services for retarded ,

adults In Bradford and Union coun 17999'. .
ties.The proposal should at minimum .t i t
provide academic, vocational training \'
and transportation services to 26 .
retarded adults of Bradford and .
r ;
counties. There Is a .
match donation required for the pro rwiCSTHI "''NT8G""e.tr..atof""n"W.nnMedl" ald tMIwithevery V3 3 JiDIlIJWm' f (iJ(!] Jm /> till. c, (
posal.! Call Teadie Belvin at ns2750'for roll of COlor or block and white print ,;. ,' :
more information on how to make iiJ" Him developed and. printed.' TODAY.AND p restsriptlonsp iX,;).
u '
application..'All responses must be' EVERYDAY. ii.m. W. Iltiiq.llmnol'' Istos ;. (;"] (; "2 l ::1rnli7 rr 1{Ii '... .
25 1980. TWICE 'ILM Gat two toUe 01 print far ( :t.
received before< July '''.prl..oron.Kod.lIOlororbl.c..ndwlltte. insurance prescription ; ZW: VVLlWL.I: LJWLlLlW; .. .. It.S\I .," 1 :.
\ when ou have ourfllm' processed sit Eekerd'a.. : ,, .. ",
AND IVEIWDAY. idftldCma.'Alk' I
The Department[ of 'Health' and A GUARANTEE buy the prime youwant I. ;. 'FI "'
only 831 S. Walnut' St.t" Starke. ....
Rehabilitative Services Is accepting ... N o hasalwailur if.the goof was 'in this, picture' Phanne8leL. f .. '"
proposals for the provision of educational -' ,. laklno. .. ,-0, ..__.. ... '
and recreational services for U. : .. .. .. ... ""J\ .' ....,.'., '.,' ,,,"t:. tr \
retarded adults in Bradford County. {, ...i. '1I'J\'I'\ 'r .' .., .,... ;.
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OFINTENTION 32091 Intends to 'notice Is hereby given

register Mid fictitious that the undersigned .... -, -" sals ,_ I Ifor
TO REGISTER name under tha provision no Ogletree, owner 215

FICTITIOUS of aforesaid N. Broadway St., Stark, comer Commence of Mid SW at the Vi SB of ((904)473-4993) on or the relief demandedIn conduct of Its program IN THE CIRCUIT me above styled court an
NAME totuta.. Flo., 32091, doing before Friday August 1. or before August 21,
NE'/i\ and run Westerly the complaint or peti/ and the operation of ltsfacilities. > COURT EIOHTH
Dated this 26th day of business' under the firm 19BO, and file the otherwise
1980 hedgemeat
Pursuant to Section along.) the Southerly tion. Under this JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF :
865.09. Florida SlatutM.node Jun., A.D. 1980' In Bradford name REHABILITATION of, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE boundary thereof 323.73 original with the Clerk of WITNESS my hand and Assurance, this organ-!- FLORIDA IN AND FOR. may b* entered

I I. h.r.by given' County. 215 N. feet to the Westerly this court either before the seal of said, Court "n' lotion I* committed not BRADFORD COUNTY against you for the relief
thai the undersigned' 6126.7/10.7/17.7/114. St., Stork, Fla.Broadway 32091 boundary of the right of service on" Petitioner's July 7, 1980. to discriminate against' CIVIL ACTION demanded In the co...-
Franca. Wllllami. NOTICE OP Intends to sold way of State Road 100 tare attorney or Immediately "Gilbert I. Brown any person on the ,ALBERTA 1 D. WHEELER, plaint or petition.
owner 606 W. Adkln INTENTIONTO fictitious register under thopravl.lon. point of beginning.. thereafter; otherwise a As Clerk' of said Court ground of race, color or wife Plaintiff, vs WITNESS my hand and

St., Stark.. Fla., 32091. REGISTER : .name of aforesaid From the point of .....,.... lodgementwill be f Marian McRae national origin 'In Its RONALD K. WHEELER, the seal of sold Court on
doing bulnes' und.r me FICTITIOUS statute. ring. thus described con. entered for the relief A* Deputy Clerk policies and practice husband. Defendant. July IS, 1980.Gilbert '

firm nom. of ENCORE NAME Doled this 3rd day of tlnu Westerly along demanded 'In the. peti '7/10 7/17, 7/24 7/31\ relating to application ,Case No. 80-294. S. Brown, A*
CLOTHING CONSIGNMENT old Southerly boundary tlon. 4tchg far service. or any other NOTICIOfIUITNO < Clerk of Said Court, By:
July, A.D. 1980 In Bradford
WITNESS hand and
SHOP. 238 I. Pursuant to Section 7/3 4lpd 438: feet to the concrete my NOTICE OFINTENTION pollclo and practice Marian McRae. As Depu
Walnut' St.. Stark.. Fla. B63.O91. Florida Statutes, County. monument thence northerly the seal of this Court on relating' to treatment ofbeneficiaries PROPERTYTO ty Clerk.. '
7/MU4 THE CIRCUIT COURTOF and perpendicularto 23rd day of June, 1980. TO REGISTER and partkl- Ronald K. Wheeler, 7/174'chg'/7.

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL said Southerly boundary Gilbert S. Brown. A*. FICTITIOUS 'pante Including. rates, Address unknown YOU 1

3J 1ol ltn i.E. Gl lnucr CIRCUIT; IN AND FOR 100 feat, thence Clerk of the Court. '1'1' NAME condition and extensionof ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED

BRADFORD COUNTY Easterly and, parallel, BeulahMoody.\ Deputy, ( service, use of any of that an action for
Reg. llaal 1 !state Broker" FLORIDA.J.D. with said Southerly Clerk. Pursuant "ta Section Its facilities, attendanceat Dissolution of Marriage

ISA W. Call St.Sterne ODOM. JR and boundary 389.69 feet to /2o.7/IO,7/f7,7/24' 85S.09, Florida Statute, and participation In kegs been flied against "Oft"nt the surest way to
4tchg. .
+ VERNIE PHILLIPS ODOM aid Westerly boundary: '' notice I I. hereby 'giventhat anymeeting" of beneficlarle you and you are required convey misinformation! I Is to tall
his wlfa. thane Southeasterly i I will not be responsi'- tn. undersigned' { and participant* ta serve a copy of your''
r. 944-5527 Plaintiffvs along sold Westerly ble for any debt mad MAYDELLE BOBENHAU- In the' conduct of the written defense.. If any the strict truth."

boundary 11 1.06 feet ta by anyone ether than SEN. MYRJLI JONES operation el this to It, on the plaintiff' at.tomes. -
J.M. EDWARDS and the '0'. LESS the myself DAVID JONES and AL. organization whoao name and
LUCILLE C. EDWARDS, his Southerly nine ((9)) feet Jomee R. McDonald BOBENHAUSEN. Rt. I. "Any person who address Is Alberta D. Mark Twain
I' ... wlfa, Defendants thereof. 7/10 :2tpd 7/17. Box 232, Lawtey. Florida. 1 bellwes himself, or anyspecific Wheeler 737 Faxon

,( [!IiI' Case No. 80-162 CA. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' 32059 : doing business' class of) Individuals Lane, Storks Florida
,- NOTICE OF Dated at Starka, Bradford EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. under a limited partnership to be subjected -, 32091 and file the
I' / I MORTGAGEFORECLOSURE County, Florida, this CUIT OF FLORIDA hereafter known as .by this organlatlart )-;; original with the clerk ef

''i y 23rd day of June. 1980 IN AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY MftM CATTLE CO., Rt. 1. to discrimination '. .
.lel f'' I SALE BY GILBERT S. BROWN Box 232 lowtey. Florida prohibited by Title VI of
.."..... THE CLERK Clerk of the Court, BY: 32038 Intends to the Act and th* Rule AUCTION)

..,.. ...'.....=_" NOTICE .Is h.r.by Beuloh M. Moody Deputy Civil Action' Cos No.. register, said, fictitious and Regulation issued 29 Condominium
given pursuant 19 a Final' Clerk. 80242In name under th* provisions thrundr may, byj Saturday July 19th. 11:00 A.M.GoHvI.wJackoonvlll. .
DUPLEXS43.000S39.000 Judgment of Foreclosure 7/10' 2tdio 7/17. II. aforesaid himself or a representative ., fl.! ,

dated the 23 day of June, ra: The Marriage of statute: file with the LOCATION/DIRECTIONS TO SALE!
1980, and entered In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CHARLES CAPEHART, JR. Dated this 10th day of Secretory of Agriculture, Location I 4300 PI... Oete Lone South. Jacksonville, Fl.
'2 IR, 1 ... LR. Kit., on each lid' ..brick landscaped yard. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL D.C. 20250
Civil Case No. 80.,62 CA husband ft INEZ I.CAPEHA.T. July. A.D. 1980 In Brad Washington Directions. From MS turn west..Bay Meadows load '0.ppro.
of the Circuit Court of the CIRCUIT BRADFORD IN AND FOR wIfe 'ford County. 7/10 4tpdy or the Rural' Electrification *. 1 mile end turn right(north) ...toOld Kings Road.

NEW LISTINGS Eighth Judicial Circuit In COUNTY. .' 7'31' .. Administration Continue oppress 1 mile and turn left (Southwest) on

'S stores, downtown Starko, ranted $94.OOO 29% down, and for Bradford County FLORIDA. NOTICE OF SUIT Sto'.m.n'o; ; Washington;. 20290 PI... Get Lane South. FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS TO,
Florida wherein' J.D. or this organisation or
.wn. fin.Slock Civil Action Case Nondiscrimination.Continental' LOCATION.
No .
ODOM, JR. and VERNIE all. a written complaint
building an :301 North. Groat business location, 80-223-CA. Telephone Such complaint must b* PREVIEW TIMESl
PHILLIPS ODOM. his In Th. of : INEZ E.: CAPEHARTCO Company of the South ....f Saturday. 7/1*, t AM-4 PM| Sunday 7/13 2 PM-4 PM|
: '3 I.. 1 ... Greenhouse, Zoned Commarclal. wife, are the Plaintiffs, ra: Marriage filed not later than 90
and J. MICHAEL CARMINE' Chrlstlansled. Post Florida has filed with the days after the alleged Monday thru Friday 10 AM-4 PMl. Evening.! Thursday
CARUSO husband ft Office St. Croix Virgin Federal Government a discrimination or by 7/17.6.:10.: f PMi Friday. 7/Ii. *|30 9 P.M.
Special PATRICIA ', Compllonc." AssuranceIn PHONBi times only Jacksonville
wife, are the Defendants MARGARET YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED such lot.r date to which During preview

.Beautiful corner lot at Country CLub. First tlmo on: I will sell to the CARUSO Wife. that an action Rural which It assures the the Secretary of Agriculture 7370711.
market. highest and best bidder NOTICEOF for Dissolution of Marriage E'l.ctfflcotlonAdminislrotlon' or the Rural Electrification TERMS OF SALE

for cosh al the front door ACTION) that It Administrationextends $2.000 Down Day ef Sala
has boon filed
2 Trailer Parki.
i of the Bradford TO: MICHAEL CARMINE will comply fully with allrequlr.m.n. the tlm. for fil Up ta 9S%" Financing Available
"1 traitor II trailer 6 Fenced, County against you and you are
park. Approx. acres. CARUSO Residence .* of Title VI
Court. ing. Identity of complainant DESCRIPTION, This lovely, condominium community Is
'1 trailer 11 trailer 2 BR frame house required to serve a copy of
park. barn ap Unknown. the Civil Right Act of
house Starko, Florida. of written defenses. will be kept located In the exclusive' area ef San Jose. Golfvlew/
I prox. 22 ocr... fenced pasturoland. LARGE down pay. YOU ARE HEREBY your 1964 and ,the Rules and
at 11.00 a.m. on the 25 If any to it, on the plain. confidential except to' Manor Is convenient to shopping. schools, churches and
mont. Owner will finance/ balance. NOTIFIED that action Regulation of the
day of July. 1980, the for dissolution an of tiff' attorney,' whosename Deportment of the extent necessary to country clubs. Six floor plans provide a wide range of Interest
following described property marriage carry out the purposes of and Include flat and townhouse Each unit
Wo Handle Rentals a has been filed and address I I. Agriculture Issued
the Rules and Regulation
as set forth In the Dudley P. feature king size room., completely equipped kitchen,
Hardy. Esq. thereunder to the end "
.2 BR unfurn. house, $130: .1 l BR furn. apartment S110, said Final Judgment, to- you ore required toserve Pierce a Hardy P.A., that *. 2 entrances and balcony or terrace. The recreetlonal
a of no person In the
.I BR unfurn. apt. $150: *2 BR unfurn. opt. $230, '2 BR unfurnished wit: wrltt.n defenses copy If your, P.O. Drawer 1030 United States shall on 7/17 Itchg. facilities Include. a large club house, pool, and 2 tennis

house; .1 unfurnished apartment.. 03 BR LAKE A parcel of land lying to it. on Petitioners any attorney Starke. Florida 32091., the ground of race, color courts The Beauclerc Country Golf Course Is directlycress
HOUSE: Furnished Fob May.COMMERCIAL In the SW/s of the and file the .
with the street.
original or national be
NE >/. of whose name and origin, "It, ii the beautiful bird
PROPERTY Section 33. address Is MYRON Ca) the clerk of the above excluded from participation For more Info, ft FREE pictured! brochure contact Hlggesibethem .
1 warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great Township 6 South. Rang PREVATT. JR.. P.O. styled court on or before In; be denied th* that gets caged." Realty, Inc., Realtor Martin E. Higgenbotham. -
East Bradford County
location. Drawer 798 Keystone August B, '1980: otherwise benefits of or be otherwise Auctioneer, 1702 Edgawaed Drive, Lakeland
1 Tackle and Bait business., Large 'inventory. Florida: said parcel Height Florida 324S4, lodgement/ may subcted| to Chinese proverb Florida 33B03 B13/4BB-4O94.

On. city block in downtown Starko, just waiting for the described being more as follows particularly* Telephoner be entered against. you discrimination In th* 7/JO Itchg 7/17.
right business. Great opportunity for downtown mall.

I large worahouse, opprox. 6.0OO sq. ft. Needs roof and
repairs., Has floor and standing walls.
INVESTORS DREAM REALTOR'* Is a registered collective membership ,

Income Property Will Pay For "Itself' LB FLORI LAN I mark which may be used only, by real, estate pro-

.I small apartment complex. Handyman's specials' 4 ren' REALTY 1 C R E A L STAT E ) fessional who are members of the NATIONAL
tol units, possibly S. '. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and subscribe to
e( small frame housa.I Phone 94-7700 its strict Code of Ethics.

01 I large frame housa. Needs repairs. Residents, or 4 393 N. Temple Avenue '

apartment ((4 BR 4 BA). .
el I 2 BR frame house. Apartment on .,d.. Zoned com Owner Ready To 1.111 -

Please mercial.call us to list. your property. Perfect Hellbron for Springs Developing end' SI* alph Bryan Real Estat

acres, with flowing spa T-1

John E. Glover ings. 3OW. Call Sf. m c/r

. Reg. Reel Estate Broker 1.65 ecres edge of Alochu. /
Co.-$4.000. (Cor. US 301 & Call St.) LJ3 .1e.Uifle

lu Green Sanders Associate 1.19 acre edge ef Alocr.ua 964-8789. ANYTIME Y

C..-.$,000. >sI JANE" S USHER .
Ca..ooo.Flnancl" Rea/toT/
avallabla. I CECBUA' 944-7776

f/l < Need o 3 bedroom horn., I II 490-2126 Lake Butter 498'2903 TERWILUGAR 205 N. Temple. StarkeWE'RE

< with enough Income on adJoining lit .ROS KE.! $.rgei .rs II I .>-.. "
speclalfleke ha or tck lei*, prlBso.

homo property, 3 to pay forth $2S,000 sjtaer I, If. llvftg ores l6ant I II FOR SALE
Realtors apartmentsand porch -9 rj 'k1 (mp dreBUSINESSESl e fee/ PEOPLE, TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
1 ocr. of land with I I I
Office: 712-3731 Hornet 712-319 en thltoivjujsr
223' on 301. Properties for the D'scrlmfnaMng'
10 acres, |lust alt 100A I II
Specialists-' Worthingloa 37
Financing Springs: approx acres, pasture end.
Bond Program Conventional Loans Owner Financing with |lust 20% dawn. In a FLORIST In Ideal location Inventory, equipment ftvon. I II I woods" ''I The Well Street Journal last week quoted Messrs. Rledy ftHerty

FmHA VA FHA 203b), 203V( ). 335. 24* Exchanges good area. $24,000.HOMESl Mortgage Bankers Assn. saying a study by their

"Ar. Your Rental Slips Showing?" Good older home, much i I 1 Mobil Home Park Includes. 8 hook and 2 trailers, has association, concluded that houses were e better Investment
room, corner lot. SI7.OOO. for 8 ,6/p, from 194B then stocks, bands ft
elDEAl FOR CHILDREN-INCLUDING A TREE HOUSI-4 BR room more hook-ups. savings.
a ej Rm. Homo.plus garage 3 BR. 2 BA. C,. '.P. Con. Financing' available. I 2 BA-Brick Veneer-Fens. Room with I I' .. . .
shop area.s ac. Vac. Sys. Con. H/A :3 Ac. I
SI2.SOO. S4B.OOO. 40 acres In Lawtey area, fireplace-CHt A-Double garage-on 1BOx200 lot 'I 13 Acres with beautiful brick home, unique pool seclud Connerfy Estates An ..clllnilorg. home with en ace
I $55000. I ed. financing avollobla. of booutllullo..d $49,500 $47.000-9'/4 _
0'2'' 40 M.H. Furnished .Ranchette.: BR. 2 BA. t $ 30.00 per acra.Evenlngst '
COUNTRY LIVING :2 with 'me $444 Available '
-en Acre Black IrlekTrimCNaA1786 I pay. Immediately.
with 12' SS' Patla. Shady Ac. Stocked Pond. Fenced. I
Please call I .
.. .. and small .555
Lot. $15.000. SM.900. ft. living area-3 er 4 BUS IV. Large, acre tracts owner financed.
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State Tourneys ,< a.rlssl.atrLake -
City Eliminates

Stars, Jr. Stars ,+ Starke Dixie Boys \\i i

Lake City knocked Starke out of the running with a 6-4 win In the I
Both Play at 7p.lD. District Dixie Boys(13-14) baseball tournament In Orange Park Tuesday
r + t night, leaving the Starke all stars with fourth place.
Starke had opened with a 10-4 romp past Clay-American Friday night
but dropped a 16-4 game against Lake City Saturday night before being
vim" eliminated Tuesday. Three teams were still In the running entering play
Friday NightStarke's 1 Wednesday night.
"We Just couldn't get It together,"Starke coach
p Herman Schoening said after Tuesday's defeat.
"We were getting the bat on the ball but we hit it
Starschasing their
third straight Florida ASA 16-18 year old Softball t'' right at 'em.
championship- the first-year Junior Stars both play at 7 p.m.Friday night In f.l T'Mlke Waters "
played a Schoening
Winter Haven as the state
tourneys unfold. -,2 t continued. The lefthander p shed a four-hitter
The draw announced
Wednesday has the
morning going
and slapped three to lead Starke.
Titusvllle-1 Friday night at 7 An sires
p.m. opening win would move the Starke power
Chaff doubled and
,J Tony Hill stroked two
into a 10:15: a.m. i
Saturday meeting with Melbourne while a loss Friday would put L
tingles and walked once, and Wayne Slocum
them Into a 3: .in. loser's bracket contest Saturday.Rounding out the 14-team
field ': doubled as the local club out-hit the winners 7-4..
Senior : ...
Boys are teams from Jenson Beach West Melbourne Tltusvllle-2, :)
Coral Springs Boynton Beach, the Satellite Beach Rockets, Ft. Walton Beach, A r Mmspnrg'4 w ++ ,.. .I. A+ r ti'i'r\ Saturdaynlabt'slopaldedl0B8wasmorethe
Davenport (near Winter Haven),Lake City Live Oak,and Cocoa. Jenson Beach ..'", .. .'.. L! f fault of mistakes by the local All Stars than
was state runnerup last lear losing to the stars 7-. and 7-3 In the tourney. :: ""c1"" "'. strong play by Lake City according to Schoen
The Junior Stars ;';:. ... : -} frig, as three Starke pitchers walked 14 batters -
open against Jenson Beach, also at 7 p.m. Friday night. If {.' .yl::."' .t";.. ,'ii' ara
they win their opener they will go against Pasadena Lakes (near Miami), a top' 4 :1iioo! < \ and were hurt by shoddy fielding.
three finisher last season,Saturday morning at>a.m.A first round loss puts the ik It was 3-2 Starke's way after three innings
13-15 year olds Into a 12:45 p.m. loser's bracket contest. Seven teams are in the r era e'J'! t but Lake City poured 14 scores home( In the
Junior Boys event, with teams from Fort Pierce: Boynton Beach, Satellite last three frames.
Beach, and Titusville well as the three mentioned above. tA Starke managed just four hits with Mike
The tourney continues through Sunday with champions In both divisions qualI- .Coivln providing two of those and. Hill addinga
fying for the national I championships, where the Stars finished 7th In 1979 and triple and Waters a single.
loth in 1978. Senior Boys natlnals I la set for Tilton Georgia, July 31-August 3, wtr'w yhlpf/ The highlight for Starke was the defensive
while the Junior Boys Nationals Is also slated for Georgia., in Moultrie, August' ',nit+ y, sip:Pa ; play of catcher Robert Carver, who picked off
&10. ., lour runners trying to steal with his throws
Stars coach Jerry McGriff mentioned SatelUte Beach (third placer at state last t from behind the plate.
year and strengthened by players from Satellite's 13-15 year old national run- Jimmy Schoening was the leader for
nerup) as a chief rival for the state crown and labeled both Live Oak (which Starke in Friday night's tourney opener-
Starke split with this ) and ".' ,:..' batters
season Jenson Beach as "pretty decent ballclubs. striking out eight Clay-American
"I wouldn't say we're overconfident but if we play the way we did at Tifton we In a complete: game pitching performance -
hope to go back (for nationals)," McGriff said Wednesday.The and banging a triple, double, and
nucleus back for state includes seven players (regulars have batting single at the plate. Carver, Colvin, and
averages in parenthesis-) Chapman (.623), Glen Gnann (.558), Bill Goodge 4 :$:- + Kenny DeWitt all stroked two hits apiece
(.597),Steve Griffis(.500), Mike Jackson(.498), Chub Johnson(.672), and Kevin 4" 4Y ; '+ a as the 13-14 year old stars spotted Clay-
Tillman (.839)-) who( have already played In two state tournaments, and two American three runs before coming back
moreChuck Johnson (.621)) and Eddie McGeewho played in the 1979 tourney. c1 i sat with five of their. own in the bottom of the
Seven playersMike Andrews, Kevin Griffis. Pat Mundorff (.605), Tom second.
Paladino (.554), Junior Schoening, DeWayne Strickland, and Ricky Sullivanwill Hill drew a walk to start that inning
be making their first state championship trip. and Tony Diggs singled and Carver
As a team the Stars, 35-29 overall on the season and 4-3 against youth teams, .rK4 + 's-7 walked to fill the bases. Schoening then
are batting .542. They get their last tuneup Thursday. afternoon with a practice laced his triple off the fence to clear the
doubleheader at LWCI. bases and tie the game 3-3. DeWitt
16 04 + followed with an RBI single to give
? r"' 111 1' '" Starke the lead and Colvin's run-seorin
; f3ra }i' '.: ta+tt t V &+ 'IL +n tF9 .r 3ry Caks single gave Starke a 5-3 margin to work
with. They allowed Clay-American only
Scrambling Back to the Bag one more score while scoring five more

Slarke's Tony Dlggs scrambles._jack to third base on a plckoff play In Tuesday night's Dixie Boys game. times themselves to clinch the win.
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Minor League All Stars 11..:pg. 11A Tag-Out
Starke's John
'' reI'll T David Francis ,
Dominos Win Own Invitational... pg.10A
rr applies the tag i
to a sliding Lake iJ
Starke Truck & Northside..Win... pg. IDA I + a City runner In J
>" w1 i k Tuesday night's
r t-4 win over the
Starke Dixie ,,

Starke vs. Keystone ; Akridge: vs. Akridge' AgainMaybe Boys all stars.

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Its destiny. ., -,. unless r ra ice, '
Mondays; wingJarAh: District re It.boM ..,
Dixie Youth Major League((10-12 year ,,
olds) all star team has for the second
year in a row thrown Keystone and
htarke, and twin coaching brothers
Edward and Ed Akridge, against
each other in a first round duel.
Starke, coached by Edward, and
Keystone,coached by Edgar, meet at
tt:30 p.m. Monday night, July 21, at
Gainesville's two-field Northeast 'jR tu lf5 r
Park on 16th Avenue (going towards.
Burger King off Waldo Roan) That
will be one of four first round gamesn
the double-elimination icurney
vith Gainesville-West taking on Belled -
1 American, also at 6:30:
..4H City meeting Bel-Med Nationalit ar t r rStarke's
8:30: p.m., and Middleburg, state ter CLEARANCEFaced
Major League runnerup last season, .
being challenged by Gainesville-
Bronco at 8:30: p.m. Last year
Ke, stone started the tourney with an t
With The Cost Of Eating Out
8-2 win over Starke. High ----

Play will continue at least through Dixie Youth Major Stars David Williams, and alternate Chris Crlbbs standing, left
Friday night, July 25. The Starke- The Starke all star team that will compete In the District .to right: Coach Edward Akridge.Carey Mlie, Greg Wllkln-, Why Not A Family Cookout?
Keystone with: at 8:30 p.m. Dixie Youth Major League ((11-12 year olds) tournament In son. Gary Wise, Gerald Brown, Coach George Seeley,
Tuesday night the loser playingat .Gainesville starting Monday night Is: front row left to Stephen Jones Daren Chandler Jesse-' Barbour, Mike
6:30: p.m. rightalternate Brad Green Doyle Boatwright, Mike Chappell. Jimmy Wilson, Coach Charles Francis. ... and With An Ii
When asked about drawing Goulns Sean Robinson,, Chuck Coburn, ,Stacey. Bowen, Charles Hilliard. "
.eystone first round again Edward, EMBERMATICGAS
'ho works at Clay Electric! along! with i t.
,dgar, remarked "I couldn't believe
"Keystone's conn''' tough. I think
It', neither did anybody else.: Wee they have all out ... -.' their boys
hoping we might meet up later back from last year und they took "
tue tournament this year: most of'em to Ft. Lauderdale to play know tha best GRILL
"You know who he's (Edgar) goingto before the season. They've been reason
see," the Starke coach added, working for this tournament for to buy a
Gerald Brown, ;
eferring to
awhile now. But we might be stronger From
vho was unbeaten in the Lawtey regular than people think too. We're going to VICTOR from the Office
season for league champ ,work on em., -

Blue. : Shop? .$.9999BTL. I

I Church Sub-District OpensFaith I Becausfwhtnyoiir

c w machine breaks down, .Extra Model' GliB IS ;
The Mens Church Sub-District tour-, Baptist of Macclenny and
narnent, which Includes Northside Gainesville's number two qualifier. we'll give you a loaner,
Baptist, Kingsley Lake Baptist, and Play continues all day, with the last. 22" CHARMGLOWI
Church of God of Starke,opens bright i Saturday game scheduled for- 7:15 I
and early Saturday morning Mac- p.m., and picks back up Sunday at 1 '
clenny.. p.m. with the winner's bracket finals. MODEL 100 GRILL $1KCi95
The title game Is set for 4:45: p.m.with 113.1.
Kingsley Lake, which was 14-4 for both of the top two teams advancing: Reg.189M EXTRA
the on to the District tournament BOTTLE
second In the Starke league, plays -
third place church team from Lake .Northside coach Al Coston said he MODEL
City Saturday morning at S a.m.while, hasn't seen any of his club's top out-
Church of God, which ended 134 In of-town rivals for the Sub-District title Electronic Calculator' JACUZZI JACUZZI !
the. loop,goes against the number two. but can easily recall that "Wesley Printing
ake City team at the same time. Methodist ,out of Gainesville has and
Local league winner Northside knocked us out Sub-District's the last. Combination adding 40OOO.BTU 3QOOOBTU, j
tist ((17-1 in lea ) gets to waif two years.f Defending champ e' Easy to operate with minimum training| ",* .
until 11:45 a.m. before taking on the Ridgeview Baptist of Gainesville also : *43400 Perfect ForCooking ;
winner of an early game between figures_to be!in.the field. Adding machine keys separated from calculators Reg.

-minimizes operator error:; -.**'" Out ;

IJ, Truck vs. Hogtown In "A" .1 '. Features"adding machine" logic -"' ;248INCLUDES $225 f

Accepts drop-in ribbon cartridge for fasts,. .
what It :9:30 a.m. on fie d-a while Starke INCLUDES OAS SOME
otarke Truck Plaza opens : neat and easy !changes INCLUDES GAl SOTTLI .
hopes Is a long post-season Saturday Truck: is playing on fleld-1. The first-
morning as the Starke league champs round winners play at 11 a.m.with the: .
meet Hogtown Rollers of Gainesville losers playing at about 12:30 p.m.
in a 9:30 a.m. opener of the class'.''A" ''There was some talk that Ray's'! ,SAWYERSUDEGAS
Sub-District tourney I at Weslside Metal (defending "A" state champs. Available/or only .1,4900
Park In Gainesville. from Gainesville) might have to play' '
Those two teams are the favoritesto fn Sub-District's and District's and'' l
take the top two spots In the one- not get a bye straight back to state as & APPLIANCEStarke
day, four team Sub-District and move; any defending champ with 10 returnIng -1 mom .
on to the District"A" tourney to be players does) but I'm really glad
played July 23-77 In Cocoa. that didn't come about," said Starke' OFFICE SHOP r
Occidental of Lake City and the. Truck manager Dwight Elder. "Nowat } : ,332 W.Madison 964-7701 )
Raiford Poor Boys are the other two least we won't see them for another
teams In the field and they meet at couple of weeks If we can get that far. I JacksonvilleGreen< Cove Springs Lake City.-

110 W. Call St.' Starke. Fla. 964-5764 Jacksonville B ?och

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Page IOA TELEGRAPH July 17.1960 ,. .' ,. i. J ? ; "

"In Memory of'Mom'B Jlwe"" .,,' Starke > / ; *

Truck Takes

Dominos Sweep I

Lake Butler TourneyBrian

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Own' Tourney John laced a tingle up the 'single and"Galnes and Tommy Wise|:
k middle to More Terry Gaines with'the added base bits for a 16-16 tie before
Playing their first Dominos I .530 to back 4w I seventh inning decider .* r-SUtHte .Johns rifled his single into center for
tional since the death of "Mom" Smith's hot stlckwork. Karen Norman .- Truck Plata outduetaf American ,the win. _
Bagwell a short time ago gave the was at even .500. Fitness! of Jacksonville; 17-l for the "That was the only game we were
Dominos the little extra they neededas Florida Bank of Stark* won Its L tourney title<,in .Lake Butler -lastweekend. 0 tome team the whole weekend and it
they rolled through their own sun opener 10-8 over the Chargers of Mac ,sure paid off for us," Elder noted..
baked tournament in five straight clenny but after a close 5-3 loss to the McGee, who hit .773 with 10 homers
games- dedicating the win to the Spirits the bankers were eliminated The clubs had split earlier meeting lion, the weekend, didn't hit any out in
memory of "Mom'': 25-2 by the Pacers."We just bad a letdown with Stark Truck holding oft Fitness Starke. Truck's FrIday.opener but
A 22-21 win in a Saturday night ," coach Randy Jones said of 13-12 In Sonday's storm-delayed win Johns and Ricky Bennett both clouted
slugfest against the Spirits of Green FB's lopsided loss. "We were due for ner's bracket float and the Jacksonville two as the locals got past Hogtown
Cove kept the fans awake and keyedthe one like that and I hope now Its out of crew coming back with a 12-2 win .Rollers 30-18.. They, then crunched
victory for the Starke league our system before our playoffs (the later to earn a title-game shot at the ynn's of High Springs 25-8 with
champs. The Spirits led 14-7 after Sub-District tourney In Lake ,City Starke power. McGee smacking three out in a S-for-6
three innings but a lo-run fourth Saturday July 26): game and Danny McKinney and Tanner -
frame in which tourney MVP Diane Vorease Jones topped FB with a Smith IB MVP Choice The last fame was a beauty with both poking two four-baggers.In
Smith (13-for-U .720 batting 600 average and five RBI's while With 13 hits and a .720 batting average the Dominos Diane Smith was an easy, the teams knottedatall after one Inning the 13-12 decision of American Fitness
average) homered and doubled got Sheryl Jackson. hit .558, Gloria Sapp. choice for MVP honors at the Domino Invitational.Here she accepts the MVP and 841 after two. Starke Truck Sunday McGee tagged; three more
the locals back in it. In the bottom of 545 and Joy Mains .500. trophy from Domino manager Don "Poppy" Bagwell. > *, the home team; went up ... after homers and Johns added another couple
the seventh, down 21-19, the Dominos three but American Fitness regained but when Fitness came back with
got the win as Cassandra Johnson, a 10-9 advantage,through four Inn their 12-% victory McGee was all the
Betty Jean Hudson, and Smith poked ings. In the top of the fifth Starke Starke Truck offense with two solo
consecutive singles and Kathy Hayes Electric Taken 2nd Truck's Charley Green went! over the shots. -
Whitehead followed with a base- -.. fence to take a home run away from Tanner,ended with six homers
clearing double to win the thriller. Fitness- play that Truck: manager while 4 Johns had four and a .571 bat
The Dominos who started with Northside Claims Dwight Elder said "turned the gamein ting ,average. Ricky Bennett was second
wins over Pure Poison of Macclenny RaifordCharley our favor, to McGee In batting at .967 with

((13-5)), thePalatka Bookworms(13-3), 'Fitness still led U-10 after a six run three homers while Tommy Wise hit
and the Lake City Outlaws ((4-1) .600,Joey Bennett.579 and ,
got clutch hits when Jimmy Alvarez led Northside with .sixth Inning but Starke Truck, led by McKinney
finished off with a 9-3 title-game win Northside Baptist Church struggled they countea- a had three homers >
over the tired Palatka Pacers. through an eight game loser's bracket like a grand-slam Insidetheparkhomer .571 mark. Chris Lawson was at .555 J-for-4 two-homer games by: Randall '(It
Carnell Williams was 6-for-9 In journey to top Hayes Electric for the and a two-run triple In the final and Darryl Hilliard at even .500. McGee and Gene Tanner plated five r- V A(0:
In the bottom half of the sixth and fi
three games and Hudson Whitehead championship of the mens Softball game. Stuart Duncan added the home Roger Bennett hit .460 for Hayes : r4'
tourney in Raiford last weekend. North but Electric with Tom Gumber at .420 then shut AF down in the top of the peas should squeak' ,
Hayes had dropped Northside into soDavid Gaines of Hayes led with three doubles and Wayne Teston sixth to enter its last at bat down- -just when the pods are rubbed together -' Yin

the loser's bracket with a 9-7 win in the .local j clubs in hitting with a smacking one home run In a weekend 16-15. .'Store them unshelled
NuWaves2ndIn the winner's bracket final but Nor 9-for-U weekend for a .690 average. that saw few players hit balls out. Larry Mercer stroked a pinch-hit your refrigerator.

thside, Starke's church champlona.toppea ,
Baldwin Auto Parts 13-7 to get
another shot at Hayes and took
Green CoveNuWaves
advantagewinning 18-7 and 11-7 In SWITCH -TOw
the finals-with the last game not ending .
had no success against until 3:30: a.m.Sunday morning.
Palatka's Simmons A's but outplayedthe Northside had started with wins
rest of the field to take second over Macclenny's Bootleggers (21-8), (vE""RY DA y
place In a Green Cove Springs Baldwin Auto (12-5), and the Poor

tourney last weekend. Boys of Raiford (9-6), while Hayes ." ,
reached the final unscathed with tight
NuWaves won four of six outings in
wins over Crews Grocery of Lake AND
s+lt A r
the sweltering heat while BGT Butler ((7-6)! and Hampton ((9-6). ;
Starke went 2-2 to tie for fifth and MVP
Tourney Ricky pitched -
Rainbow Marine of Brooker was 1-2 In most of the way for Northside and
the tourney.

NuWaves battered Wright's 35-4 In EVERYTHING WE SELL HAS A t, l lF

their opener as Terry Hardee Bill More ASA PlayoffsNext MONEY' '
Ratliff, and Steve Cox combined to
total 17 RBI's on 12-of-13 hitting. '
Down 9-7 against Rainbow In their WeekendSubDistrict

next outing the Starke team won when GUARANTEE! e JUICY .
pinch-hitter Fred Wheeler drilled a and District tourney :
three-run homer to take the lead and play continues next weekend as the SWEETPEACHES
Ratliff who was 4-for-4 with six rib- ASA post-season playoff schedule
bies followed with a two-run shot. rolls on.Starke. BEANS

Timmy Whitehead was 3-for-4 with a will be the site of the Men's .. .
homer for Rainbow. "B" Sub-District July 25-27, with l; ,

NuWaves then scored five times In Hayes league Electric representing and BGT Starke.of the local ";2O ,() F'F: : Vol t 3,

the seventh to overtake BGT 12-8. J.J. Also the Women's "B"SubDistrictwill ,,- OWNI 2
Wheeler was 3-for-3 with five RBI's be squeezed into one day Satur- -

for NuWaves with Buddy Paterson day, July 26 In Lake City (Not July :
leading BGT at 3-for-4.The A's derailed 18-20 as reported In the Telegraph last SUNSHINE :
NuWaves 17-4 in the winner's week). The Dominos and Florida I
bracket finals but they ame back to Bank top two in the Starke Women's .: CHEEZrlT : (: ;
edge the Green Cove'Stars' 0-4 with' League, are expected there as is the M r"L8-s:'q2i' 3
J.J. going 2-for-2 on two homers. The Athletics and Outlaws from Lake CI- 5 CRACKERS ,/5 : :
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finals. Waters of Gainesville and First

J.J. Wheeler was 9-for-10 with five Christian Church of Lake Butler. 3. SAVE 10 A LB SAVE IO.-A LB !
HR's and 10 RBI's In four games with NuWaves, the Starke league run- 100z
Ratliff leading NuWaves with six nerup and tourney-tested Rainbow BOX slow .

homers and 14 RBI's for the tourney.Cox Marine of Brooker go to Macclenny :.... ::.m'ImO- : :: .c :.:.:1lI:1r'j.... .
stroked out a .710 average with for the "Open" District event July .W.I000 OIIOLL Randy Corbin at .590 and Greg Moyer 25-27, where the Crackers get the .sr.a..r.rrrat.attti'SAVE .
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with a doubleheader at Palatka's .
University of Florida football coach
Charley Pell will speak to prisonersand American Legion team Thursday Fresh Limes . 12/59. 'Potting. Soil.. .. ':#' 139
Starke Gator Quarterback Club evening. CAT

members at the Union Correctional Scott Allen was 2-for-4 with an RBI .. .
Chapel Tuesday night July 22, at 7 and Ricky Sullivan 2-for-4 with a dou- LITTER ..,. --- -.01111-
p,m. ble last week. Randy Parado and
Starke Gator Quarterback Club Clayton Norman added run-scoring \\j t' PFEIFFER
President Jim Reddish Assistant singles. NESTEA
Superintendent of Programs at UCI 23 $119. DRESSINGS
is Club andtheir LB JINSTANT TEA ,
encouraging members Bradford CowboysTo I "MAIL' -
wives to show up in force to .
Hold Car WashThe
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I' btarke 1-1 in:. DY,Minor' Star 'Tourney

SUrke's Dixie Youth Minor League Paladin singled to right field to score In a first-Inning fly to right with-the
aU stan cam back from
the a 13-2 whipping the first run and Rich!*Taylor was hit .bases loaded to keep Keystone from
at hand of
to Friday by pitch to force Williams across. scaring any more.
night stay alive In the District But back to score Paladin doubled to the fence In the
Tournament with a 144 win over Bet four==half of the first and third but was Ml on base and Normanwas
:Med American Tuesday night' In' went on to score in every winning to stranded at third after his base

.gradually pull away.Norman hauled bit MI the fourth
Just four teams, unbeaten Ml*
dleburg. and, once-beaten SUrke. J F 711r
and Lake
.Keystone Cite remained of
the six entrants after Tuesday night
Starke was to challenge the tough
Middteburg crew Wednesday night
with Keystone and Lake City facU
each other In the other game Mi-
dleburg had rolled put Bel-Med
American 164 and Lake City 35-7
.before squeezing past Keystone M In
.Tuesday night's winner's bracket.
If Starke's 9-10 year old stars survived
Mlddleburg last night they will
play again tonight,,Thursday.July w
at Keystone's McDavid Park against
the winner of the Keystone-Lake City
game A win there would push them i A Steal of Third

..Into a Friday. night title game.with- t'ar'' s C + r 1 Keystone Rodney CrUlM skids !.., third with a states! Williams foes after the throw, with shortstop Dude
Mlddleburg base la Dixie Minor play. Starke third !baseman Dewey Paladino backing him up.
Robert+ Starling banged out two
doubles and a single and Dude

Starke Paladino got smacked just five: hits two but singles took good as 4 Wrestlers Qualify for Sunshine.State Games

advantage of watts and errors by Bet-

Med,Keystone American ace Tuesday Paul Akridge night.: sat' the Four of the five Bradford High or at the qualifier In Orange Park while decision over the one who wasn't

voting Stark team down on Just three (Bradford Wrestling Club) products Billy Green also won a third place rib floored. "Michael. totally dominatedthat
hits while striking out nine In wrestling last weekend's Sunshine bon In the 112 pound junior class, Wrestling Club coach
night's tourney Paladin State Games qualifying tournament (Iband-tided)weight class.Tfie four Ronnie Harris said of the I.yearoldriIIllII
of the opener hits earned trips to the Florida, local qualifiers at district, which Included sophomore. "He would have
ands Norman one a V "mini-Olympics"In Gainesville- wrestlers from the Panhandle bad to be In the senior division to.get
provided the
Other if-ti-*.:*yy Batter the fifth Just missing. down to Daytona Beach,won spots In some competition."
started? his .pport'whDe Michael the Sunshine Slate Games wrestling Only Nugent and Billy Green of the
Stark well scoring their Stark first baseman RekMe McRae gives pitcher Mme McDuffle Danny Nugent.
only two runs In the first.After lUcbIe Keystone's Aeotohe Seam readies to nu In the District Minor League all star. Larry Saucer, and Brad Green all finals to held SaturdaySunday.Aupt others bad to wrestle their classes
.......... W. at Santa Fe Community as Brad Green and Saucer were the
.Barnes and Dewey Williams wiyked were first or.second I in.their divisions College in Gainesville. Wrestling only wrestlers In the 62 pound Junior

starts at 11 a.m. both days. and 132 pound Junior divisions
McDuffle breezed throught the 128 respectively. .
pound Junior classpinning. all but Nugent,a WHO BITS grad competing
one opponent and winning!: a superior in the Senior 138 class lost his openIng -
match to a 28-year-old former
PANTRY 'PRIDE'SLOWPRICES Notre Dame wrestler but scrappedback
through the wrestlebacks with
Smallfry Minor four straight ,one over an Auburn
League SoftballThe University wrestler to place second.
Billy Green won his first four contests
Beds got their first win of theseason easily before losing twice to lake

in a 18-11 victory over the third.
Yankees and second-place Pirates
SAVE! mmmYOU handed the teigue-teading Suns only
their second loss M, in SmalUry Smallfry Major
Minor play last week. League SoftballThe
The Galon also won a' close
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CAN'TBUY Smallfry Major to win twice last weekas
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Hampton,. Man's, Slaying Tied; 1 i .Only" .Indirectly. Town ,Troubles. t' '. II

by' murder Is related only Indirectly to. A iPGkesman''for'the Clay County shooting to the fire. At t the request of Sheriff Dolph Reddish beverage on the streets or highways."
Andy Dcnonn the civil disturbances In Hampton. Sheriffs Department received information "The arrest In a round about way Is Judge Sanders Issued a show
and Dale K Koehler., and Us brother Sunday July 13, from Dale related to the disturbances In Hampton cause order and 28 persons were subpoenaed Judge Sanders dismissed the
Linda Jo Mobley, Douglas K. Koehler\ 30, both have Koehler where the weapons had been ," Dempsey said. .to appear\) court Friday charge against Kimberly In court
A ZO-yearold Hampton native was been charged with first.degree hidden. Officer went to the location Evidence In the murder case, according June 27.The Thursday July 10, but Issued a stern
hotguiined to death as he Baton the, murder In connection with the indicated by Dale, but could not find to Dempsey Indicates that four who were arrested plus warning to Kimberly to abide by the
step of his girl friend's trailer Thursday shooting death of James Randall the weapon. Moore and the Koehlers had two or Doug Koehler were among those asked show cause order In the future.
I night t,July 10,at 11:IS p.m.where Moore. The Koehlers are being held three recent Incidents having nothing to appear In court. Dale Koehler Moore and Crawford both appearedin
he had been living in the Hillcrest section without bond In the Clay County Jailin Further Investigation revealed that to do with the fire. Was not on the list of those asked to. court and entered not guilty pleas
\ on Oak Avenue in Keystone Green Cove Springs. George Koehler, brother of the two appear. to disorderly conduct charges and
Heights. Authorities indicated Moore was arrested men, had removed the "Homicide ties back to the City of Judge Sanders Issued a 15-point.Ust ,asked for a jury trial.
I Two Hampton brothers were charged shot twice by a shotgun, once in the firearm on the instruction of the Hampton with animosity between of rules for, citizens: of Hamptonrto
with the murder the next day after chest and once In the abdomen.The Public Defender's office In Starke.Of- Moore and the Koehlers, but no way abide by.That night William Kimberly Eichelsderfer entered a notguiltyplea
they turned themselves Into Bradford weapon, a 12-gauge shotgun ficials indicated the firearm was kept ties "the conflict between them to the one of those asked to appear In to improper exhibition of a
authorities. Until they walked Into the belonged to Hampton City Councilman by the Public Defenders office until fire. Dempsey says. court, was arrested as he sat on the dangerous weapon and also asked fora
sheriff's office and admitted the slay- Charles (Chuck) Rowland Is Monday July 14, at 1:30 p.m. when It "We still can't prove arson In the sidewalk( In front of a residence in Jury trial. "
Ing, the Koehlers were not even now In the possession of the Clay was turned over to the Clay County fire," Dempsey said. Hampton drinking a can of beer The murder case is expected to be
suspects In the case. So far the County Sheriff's Department. Sheriffs Department.It Randall was scheduled to take'a which was In violation of section 3 of presented soon to the Clay County
polygraph test last week but a court the order: "Public intoxication or Grand Jury but no date has been set
revealed the
was by spokesman of for their presentation as the
public consumption or possession
that the two brothers had borrowed appearance caused the test to be
containers of alcoholic Telegraph went to
scrubbed and was never rescheduled open any
the shotgun from Rowland the. nightof
Hampton Highlights the shooting, according to Dempsey., .
Dempsey revealed that i 1 .r TWIT
Witnesses reported to the CCSD Eichelsderfer had also agreed at firstto ti r ;ry
that Moore made his way into the take a polygraph test but later
by Dolores Meng week following surgery at Alachua mobile home after he wall shot. refused to take it. ., ..t
Phone 1881915Congralulatlonl General Hospital Deborah McKlnney. 26, and Beverly For almost a week after the fire aA ?
Mrs. Shyrel Crawford Is serving as Forsyth, 15, were inside the trailer at Hampton was extremely tense and a
Postmistress during Mrs. Williams' the time of the Incident. McKinney number of vigilante groups rode
Addie Marie Melton of Hamptonand recovery. went next door to report the shooting around armed to try to prevent trou-
Roy Belasquez of Honduras an- to authorities and a rescue unit was ble.A
nounce the birth of their baby Visitors dispatched to the trailer. group of concerned citizens
daughter, Addle Lynn Melton. She Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Miller, Jr. of Moore was transported to Orange several days after the fire, met at City
was born at 7:05: p.m. on July 1 at Cincinnati. Ohio, spent two weeks Park Hospital where he was Hall in Hampton and while at the
Shands Hospital in Gainesville, recently with their parents, Mr. and dead arrival. pronounced meeting Timothy Wayne Kirchaine
weighing 7 Ibs. 13 oz. and measuring Mrs. Fred Miller Sr. While here they on 29, came up to the side street by the
21i* inches enjoyed a sightseeing trip to Tampa. The Koehler brothers walked Into meeting hall and was observed by
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Mrs. Garnet Studer enjoyed the the Bradford County Jail In Starke the those present waving a wine bottle
Mrs. Clarence W. Melton, Sr., of visit of her grandchildren, Greg next day and confessed to murdering and was heard ranting at the people
Hampton.Paternal. Paige, Van Page,Cyndy Bowman and Moore. Deputies from Clay Countywere inside, Mayor Ted Curtis, Sr. says.
grandparents are Mr. and Signs Owens of Jacksonville the past called in and the Koehlers were A group of citizens then went outside -
Mrs Vicente Belasquez of Honduras. two weekends.Mrs. arrested and taken to the Clay County according to Curtis to talk to
Maternal great grandparents are P.L. Morris of Macclenny Jail in Green Cove Springs. Kirchaine.The .
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton of Hamp- spent last Thursday with Mr. and citizens made it clear they
Mrs. Gerald Adkins. The Forsyth girl had been residingat wanted Kirchaine to leave Hampton.
ton.Maternal great great grandmotehr On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.Adkins the trailer since a fire gutted the Curtis pointed out Kirchaine wantedto
is Mrs. Rose Parsons of Starke. enjoyed the visit of their great grand rented home of her mother, Shirley go to West Virlgnla.The group then Down Rover!
son, Emory Prevatt, III, better Eichelsderfer and her husband, Sam offered to take up a collection for bus The girls don't seem to mind too much but Felix (Grover Howard) Is horrifiedat
Degree EarnedCongratulations known as B.B. He Is a star player on last June 22. That fire heated up the fare for him and his wife to move to Oscar's come-on to Gwendolyn Pigeon Pat Scogglns) and Cecily Pigeon:
to Mrs. Jane the Rascals T-Ball baseball team In tense situation in Hampton. West Virginia.According Chris Wilson) In a scene from 'The Odd Couple.'
Bawek who recently graduated from Starke. to Curtis, after the group
the Therapy Program at Mrs. John Bawek and children Bradford County, Judge Elzie S. turned to go back Inside City Hall Kir '
Santa Respiratory Fe Community College in Brenda and Paul spent the weekend; Sanders, also the juvenile Judge told chaine started shouting again at the "Odd 'Co Ie Opens Next Week,
Gainesville and earned the Associate with her brother in Charleston, S.C. the Telegraph Monday July 14, that citizens. Up
of Science Degree. They enjoyed some fishing and crabb- the Forsyth girl was staying at the "You don't Judge me, who are you
Jane Is now employed at the Com- ing, even though the weather was hot. trailer with the consent of her mother. to Judge me,"Kirchaine was heard to Fastidious Felix and messy grumpy Gwendolyn Pigeon.\. ...Pal Scoggins

munity Hospital Orange Park. Mr. and Mrs Wallace Collins with spent their Bradford County Deputy Sheriff say Kirchaine later arrested a Oscar will go at it on the stage ofthe Cecily Pigeon.. .. ...I .Chris Wilson
three days recently and Mrs. John Dempsey told the Telegraph Intoxication was on and Starke Golf and Country Club next Speed. .".... . Josh Sutherland
Birthdays daughter and family Mr. disorderly charge weeked as "The Odd Couple" opens Murray., . .. .. .Kevin Neel
and in Wednesday morning, July 16, that he housed at the Bradford "
Buckle) Melton, Jr. Donnie Knox Felicia Chris was County .
Clarence (
for a two-weekend run. ..,. .. .
Ga. knows of nothing that related the Jail in Starke. He is still in Jail serv- Roy. ..,.Buddy Paterson
celebrated his June 20 birthday by Fayetteville
The play will be staged Thursday Vinnie..c..... ..Bob
coming home from Ft. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford and ing a 120-day term after he was convicted Friday and Saturday nights for two Ga"va
Georgia, for the weekend. son,Kenny attended the Golden Wed- in Bradford County Court weekends July 24-28 and July Crew:
Michael Cainpen celebrated his 8th ding Anniversary celebration of their Card'of Thank Monday June 30, of two traffic 31-August 1-2. Richard Jockel, director.
birthday on July 8. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil charges. Tickets for the dinner-theatre are Judy Dukes, assistant director.
her 9th bir- Crawford Sr., July 13 at the Four other were arrested
celebrated on persons
Cindy Griff sale at the at the -
Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended on pro shop country Gene Tanner lighting and sound.
In the crisis in
thday on July 10. Evergreen Baptist Church Lawtey. comforting sympathy and help during Hampton. club. 964-5441, and at the Merle Nor- Pauline Tanner. personal produc;
Edward Frey and a friend from Moore and John Crawford were
to Bret Russell
Birthday In our recent sorrow For the man Cosmetic Center on Thompson' tion.
Happy: today, July 17. Saddlebrook spend some, N.J.time,with arrived his relatives Tuesdayto beautiful service, floral offerings,and charged Eichelsderfer with was disorderly arrested conduct.on a Street in Starke. .phone 964-7355. Charles Hall acen ry. .
other kindnesses we are deeply Cast Tarcy Wolbert production hostess.:
RecuperatingMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clayton and grateful. charge of exhibition of a dangerous dscar Madison ._ ". .,Don Neel Janice Joekel,Sandee Hall,Wendee
Mary Williams, our family. Helen Henley and children weapon. Felix Ungar,..... ,Grover Howard Hall, Todd Hall; set crew.
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f .. B' section" I COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE July Sections.REGWN.MONiTOR 17. leM'f i ij. p4, MONITOR TIMESDraft

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Registration For 19 and 2O" Year Olds Starts MondayRegistration ,

f. ol it and 20yearoldmales ; military force In 1073. The registration manpower pool to draw upon ID case da yen 21. will register Thursday,July 31. If no verification- letter I ta received I
those born' In '1MO-U, will :lion la part of the **step-u In of national emergency. If Congress '\ born In April,May and June of Registration procedure Is to pickup within 90 day of registration, a I
! begin Monday.July 21,at the post office preparedness. No draft la authorized doe pass a draft bill, the earliest It 1960 wW register Tuesday July 22. a form from a postal clerk, fill Inqueatlona registrant should write the Selective :
I nearest their home. under the registration. signed Into law could possibly be enacted I Ie..next Men born in July, August and 1-8 and hand the form back Service Sy t em.. 600 E Street NW, I
. It will be the tint registration In several weeks ago by President Jimmy January or February.. September of 1960 will register to the clerk who will check Identification Washington, D..... 20435.
eight In the United State,since Males born In January, February, Wednesday July 23. against the registrant's driver' The law require 19 and 20 year old
the Inception of the ,all-volunteer Cameasrter. ure Is aimed at building and March of 1960 will register Moor Men born In October, November, license, or some other identification. to notify the Selective Service System
and December of 1960. will register The postal clerk will not Issue a If they move after being registered by
Thursday July 24. receipt. Registrants will later receive Imply mailing a change of addresson
Registration for males born In 19S1 'a' verification letter from the Selec- a form available at the post office.
will begin the following Monday,July tive Service There are no plan at this time for a
:National Guard Increasing StaffIn 28.Men information ipoetalisservice the draft. A draft cannot begin until Congress
born In January February, will 1 be put In the postal decide one I Ie needed and
and March of 1961 will register Monday files, and registrants will be sent a passes a draft law. Purpose of the
d. III C.I&ti 1..... '," I July 28. copy of that information to check for current: registration I Ie to have the
an effort to Increase the ,, ,I....: ., ,. Men born in April,May.and June of correctness. If there is an error name and addresses of those who
readiness of the local National Guard d *, ..y'TJ,;of..!I. 1"'!". '. 1961 wW register Tuesday July 29. registrants are requested to correct might be called In the event a draft
\ unit, two men have been added to the ', ? ,<{ I' Men born In July, August and the form and mail It back to the postal should become necessary.
full-time staff at the Armory on Edwards : ;' J' of
September 1961 will register service.No Those seeking further Information
Road. Wednesday, July 30. registration cards will be Issued. should write the Selective Service I
SSG Wallace Christie and SSG ", Males born hi October, November, Registrants should keep the verification System in Washington, D.C.,or phone
George Green have been assigned! to rand December of 1961. wW register letter as proof of registration, 202/7244424.
:the 631st Maintenance Company on a I .. ,. '
two year tour of of active Increased duty under unitreadiness a I .Starke!! Man Arrested- in- UC1Murder riot .

men will be paid the .
same salary of an active duty soldier 1 Y 4r rv Climaxing a three-month Investigation would talk to Crawford personally. and charged with possession and introduction -
along with the same benefits of PX ,t by prison inspectors at Union Records show Crawford met with of contraband, marijuana,
,privilege*and medical treatment. Correctional Institution near the the second inmate,worked out details 'onto prison ground*. He was find.a
Their jobs will be In the area of 1 Town of Raiford, a 20-yearold Starke and that Crawford asked the Inmateto correctional: officer after the charge
:training fa order for the unit to be able man was arrested 2:15 p.m. Monday ask outside friends to commit the were. filed In that case.
'to Integrate the new programs required ,July 14,'.t; his'place of business crime.An Crawford was booked at the Brad
by the Army. They will have for attempting to arrange a contractto informant who was not Iden- ford County J.1l1n Starke and turned
the Job of implementing the Skills murder another correctional: officer tified by authorities contacted prison over to LI. Larry Cochran of the
Qualification Test, which take the qi. with the arrest made by officials about the contract, accor- UCSD and was later booked at the
place of the old MOS (Military Occupational deputies from the Bradford and Union ding to UCI record Union County Jail In Lake Butler,
Specialty) along with County Sheriffs Departments. Crawford was .rr..tedla.t month where he posted ",000 bond and wa
Supervised On-The-Job Training program James Ray Crawford was arrestedat released from Jail.
which replace much of the for his current place of business, Na- --
mal training schools required to tional Protein n..Hampton. on a
qualify for a particular position. Add, warrant signed by Circuit Judge Ben SEE YOU SATURDAY NIGHT
ed to these responsibilities will be the jamin M. Tench.Assistant -
LeadlnQ Florida Businessmen Share The
requirement that they interpret,. State Attorney Harris A. Gor, at y, !
schedule' and monitor the various Tobin confirmed at a .. con- Y Secret Of Their Succes And The Influence
SSG Wallace Christie, left, and 88G George Green have begun sew dallesassigned
aspect of Army and National Guard to work fulttlme te tocreafe the readiness of the local National.Guard ference that Crawford asked an inmate :1 Of Christ In Their Live,
Regulations.. to kill a correctional: officer who '
SSG George Green a resident of had been an Informant In a Bradford
Lake Butler has been In the local unit SSG Christie,a native of Lake City, Starke two week ago. An active County misdemeanor marijuana << \L' FELLOWSHIP BANQUET JULY i9.e
for the last i0years before he came baa bad 17 years service In the Guard member of the State-wide rifle team possession case. Tobin also pointed Iq... .. .
on active duty. A veteran of Vietnam primarily In the Lake City Combat since 1973.he I la also familiar with the out that the Inmate did not have the at WESTERN STEER STEAKHOUSE
he received the Army Commendation: Engineer Unit. Coming from an operation of the National Guard. contacts but would.see what else he Dinner 6:30: P.M. Phone 473-2203 or 473-2702
assignment as a Reconnaissance Christie currently live In Lake AT REGULAR MENU PRICES
Medal and the Bronze Star for City could do.Harris I Meeting At 7.30: p.m.
Achievement Prior to bill taking the Sergeant, Christie began work in with his wife Janet added that the Inmate then Public Invited To Both. Families Welcome

new Job he wa 'a self-employed ................:.................. Further business saw the promotion contacted a second Inmate who said
mechanic with his own shop in Lake of David Woodward of Starke to he did not work with middleman but
Butler. Green and his wife! Dorothy, DPSN Timothy Blankenshlp Specialist < and David Green to Staff. ___n___
plan to continue to live there with DPSN Timothy E. Blankenshlp.USN. Sergeant
their three children, son of Mr. and Mr*. Gerald Woodward a Starke
Blankenshlp: ,Starke,has been assigned native, has been in the National -. .
to the Headquarters, Naval Electronic Guard for 14 year
Margaret Brown Systems Command, and has six yean of active I
Washington.D.C. He has been assigned army service prior to that.!I
,Re-elected, : President, duties in the Command's Control Drafted into the Army forserviee GET A 4Qo REBATE

.'-'Margaretpresident/ /'Brown.was re.atected ;and' Communication Project Offica,. latoKoreanWar;,
'DPSN Blankenshlp.Data Processor he served In the Combat I
or the. KIngsley Lake Property la a 197S graduate of Bradfordformer Engineer.Woodward, who I
OWners Association at the
election held Saturday July 12, Cathryn' Lee. to the, worka for Sawyer-Slade
Drlggera of lives in Starke with his,
in the Civic Center.. Jack Gal
Rutledge Lemon Grove, California. wife Betty, and their two I *
was elected vice president; Ann Hill, youngest children. I I AND SAVE US LEAST 3Oo
secretary. Sarah Torode, Pvt. Walter. Davis Green, a full-time Technician -
treasurer.It Pvt.Walter J.Davis,son of Mr.and at Camp Standing In
announced that number of
was a
A. Davis Waldo recently ON YOUR ELECTRIC BILL
Mrs. Walter
Clay Invitations County to candidate attend a had covered accepted dish received a Parachutist Badge upon, rooted to fill the slot ofEleecc-

at the Civic Center Saturday completion of the three-week airborne tronic Repair.Section Chief j
upper at the U.S. Infantry -' local unit.
course Army in the A residentof
night, July 19, and all members and
guests are Invited to meet with them School Fort Bearing;, Ga. the Lake Santa Fe area
During the first week of training for the last four yeal'l.Green .
will be
starting 1pm.Supper served
at 7.The students undergo rigorous phylicaitratnlnll lives there with his
program and receive Instruction wife Brenda. After Joining
monthly health clinic will be
In the of The Air In Green
theory parachuting. the Force 1966
\ July 28, starting at 9
a.m.held'oIondaYr All residents of the KIngsley second week they receive practical has made career of workIng |
Lake community are eligible. for training by Jumping from 34-foot and in electronics since then. {

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,I of : Game Quotas GoirigFast' I
News Briefs ..............................................................................................,. ..
TALLAHASSEE Just two munueloader bunts on salt: SprIngs

,. month of receiving: application, the ; the first two archery hunts and
1 C I 14Crystal, { Game and Fresh Water Flab Commission the first three muxzieloader hunts on

: reports many quota on wildlife Joe Budd. :.. .
The report went on to say that the fllled. Applications for regular quota permits '
have already -
Lake Home
City Garbage Truck One Man ArrestedIn truck driven by Hagglund was unableto management. ; area available at any county tax col

Bumps Moving Vehicle Acme Break-In Burns, Monday NightA stop and struck the Tumlin vehicle "As of July 3.we have Issued 21.751 lector's office .and applications for
in the right section Neither On be obtained.tthe
rear wildlife special quota hunts
,residence at Cr'atalLake regular quota permits for .
$200 damage was recorded In a two An 18-year old rural Starke man summer Homesltes owned by Robert Tumlin nor the two passengers in her management areas and lIS61apeclal Tallahassee ce or any regional!,',..
vehicle accident with no on* injuredin was arrested by Starke police In con by fire vehicle James McKee, a,of Melrose permits for elected hunts" office of the Commission. :
BitgoooV badly damaged quota
a wreck that took place on Alton nection with last month's breakingand Tuesday< night. July 8, aa Keystone and Melanie Wilson 20,,pf, Palalka said Fred SUnberry director of the Persona who have questions about
Road in Stark*.Thursday July 10, at entering of Acme Hardware 301 Heights firefighters battled the blaze were injured.' Commission's Division of Wildlife. the quota permit program can contact r -
E. Call St. with the arrest made Approximately $150 damage office In
2:55: p.m.Florida for 2% hours.Keystone occurred Regular quota permits are required the quot* pertnit
Patrol records July 12, at 2:34: to Tumlin'a and toHagglllnd'a 488-8573
Highway Saturday!, p.m. Heights Volunteer Fire vehicle $50 for most sportsmen to hunt on wildlife Tallahassee at (904)( or
truck by Leslie Gordon Johnson was chargedwith truck.
show a operated He call the Bit- during the first 4886574.Game.
Cooper. units responded to a at management areas ,
L. of Starke burglary grand theft of the hardware cited for careless
Hubert SO, was Hagglund was '
and nine of the
wood residence at 10:25 days season.Special quota
p.m. :,
for to pick store with police listing the driving.,
parked garbagemen up
were assisted by the Theresas permits are required to participate in Officers
In the June 25 .
garbage when the truck started for following items pilfered
hunts selected wildlife
Volunteer Fire special on
ward and struck a 1972 Chevrolet burglary: 10 boxes of Remington rat- Department Have New Wheels vTAUAHASSEK'Sportemen
evel structure Paying
The wood atngla- was Reynolds management areas.
55 of shot shells 20 boxes Remington .22 .
sedan Melvin .
driven by Nettles ; utilizing
shells considered major loss,according to 23PoundFor "We.. now able to have most permits
Starke in the l left aide. long rifle ; 10 boxes Remington KHVFD report. Fire Chief Jim back to the hunters within a Florida's great out of doors will
No citations were issued by tileh1ghw.y .22 caliber hollow point shells; four Aluminum for while in :
Zowarka was In charge of the fire call week after receiving their applications have a new sound to listen
boxes Remington .38 caliber special .
patrol. said. :.;
which Involved five KHVFD units. 17 Stanberry the woods.
boxes of Reynolds Aluminum Recycling Co.
shells three Remington .32 :
; of birds andthe
and 38 hours. Wildlife areas which with the singing
firefighters man management Along
caliber long shells two boxes Rem 23* a pound for aluminum everyTuesday
; pays will be the :
2 Drivers Charged ington 25 automatic shells; five boxesof The> fire report stated that it Is from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in front have already reached their regular humming of Insects .,.
In the for the first nine of the newest law enforcement -
suspected that the fire began T.G.iY. Bradford US 301 quota days are: droning
Remington 357 shells six boxes Square.
{ As Semi Turns Over Remington 44 magnum; shells; 16 southeast bedroom of the home. The S. ((837 S. Walnut St.) during July.In Lykes: Brothers Fisheatlng Creek; tools of the Game Commission and FreshWater
structure was fully Involved and: fire Camp Blanding; Cypress Creek; the Fish
No one was injured In a pickup- boxes Remington 12 gauge shotgun certain markets. Reynolds pays Bear'
still hunt of Aucilla the
tractor trailer accident with $18,500 shells; 20 pairs of leather gloves; 358 was through the roof when a bonus price on local area ; a'move
to help save
depending Bull
of the Island Unit of designed
The Big Cypress
Involved firefighters arrived. cause Infor- ; In
damage done to the vehicles pocket knives; 10 power tools; Black market Citrus effective
Creek; the hunt and Increase patrol
on SR-121, .2 mile north of CR-18 In mantel marble antique clock 34 ignition was unknown. mation call toll free 1-600-228-2529. first archery on energy and been
Bitgood has been In Rhode bland the two hunts on Three Lakes. ness 10 motorcycles have purchased
Worthington Springs. Thursday. July boxes avon bolts; and one set of red In addition to aluminum beverage
filled selected areas
10 at 11:30 a.m. dishes. for the past three to four months according cans and other clean household Special hunts which have been for use in
to the fire report. The elec- to date are: Bull Creek; the first across the state said Colonel RobertM.
Florida Highway Patrol records More arrests aluminum products such as pie
are expected, accor-
tricity reportedly had been cut off for archery and both muzzleloader hunts Brantly, executive director of the
truck frozen food and dinner
show a 1980 Toyota Pickup ding to a spokesman for the Starke plates, foil
operated by Everett G. Hayes 20 of police department. the same period. trays and dip. pudding and meat containers on Camp Blanding; Citrus; the archery Commission.
Brad- hunt Guana River Osceola of these motorcycles is
Brooker and a 1977 Mack Tractor Deputy Sammy Eunice of the Reynolds purchases other on ; "Purchase :
driven by Dennis Paul Rogers 22, of Truck HitsParked ford County Sheriffs office is investigating aluminum Items. modern gun hunt; the first archery just one of the ways the Commission
Raiford were northbound on SR121.As the situation. Siding gutters storm door and window hunt on Three Lakes; all the modern Is directing efforts towards energy
VehicleA hunts the first and first said.
Rogers was attempting to pass frames and lawn furniture tubing gun archery conservation

Hayes attempted left turn and ran 25-year old Hampton man was are also recyclable.These Items I
into the right side of Rogers' truck. charged with driving while Intoxicated No Injuries In should be cut to lengths not exceeding
Rogers ran off the pavement onto the as a result of his being InvolvedIn three feet and ed.lIellbron .
west shoulder and the tractor-trailer a three-vehicle accident, on S. 2-Car Accident

overturned. Walnut St.. (at Shuford's Service Station Approximately $200 worth of
Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited ), 90 feet north on U.S. 301, Saturday damage was caused to two vehicles
Hayes for Improper passing and cited July 12, at 3:16 a.m. with $4,000 involved in an accident on SR-100 one fk.4
Rogers for improper change of laneor damage done to the vehicles involved. fourth mile west of C-214 Saturday Springs ai, : ?

course. Police report said a 1979 Chevrolet July 12, at 8 p.m. No injuries were Fire
Volunteer Dept.Due .
truck operated by James Ralph reported.
Trucks Backing Up Looney of Hampton was headed north According to report from the Clay 'i
Bump Into Each OtherNo on S. Walnut St. and struck a parked County Sheriffs Office a 1967 CMC to high winds In the stormy
1975 Ford sedan owned by Terry Dean pickup truck driven by Melvin E. weather Tuesday evening, a house
one was injured In a carpickuptruck Mundorff of Starke which, in turn Haggiund listed with a Nebraska address trailer on Crawford Road belonging to
mishap with $250 damage doneto struck a parked 1970 Chevrolet sedan was traveling east on SR-100. A Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur Austin and family
the vehicles 28 miles north of owned by Mike Mlles no age and no 1980 Ford driven by 26-year-old Connie was damaged when hit by a falling tit
Starke in the Stepinstone Parking lot address given on the police report.Lt. Tumlin of Melrose also travelingeast tree. Heilbronn Springs Volunteer
Friday July 11. at 11:30: p.m. M. L. Sibley cited Looney for on SR-100,was stopped in front of Fire Department quickly responded
Florida Highway Patrol records D.W.I. an unidentified vehicle making a left- to remove the tree and secure the
show a 1979 Chevrolet pickup truck hand turn. premises. There were no injuries. I'I
owned by Robert Lee of Starke was Windshield SuccumbsTo

parked heading east In the Girl's ElbowA
Stepinstone Group home parking lot
when a 1978 Pontiac sedan operatedby pedestrian was Involved In a traf-
James B. Griff,24,of Starke was fic mishap but was not injured with
parked heading north in the same f 150 damage to the vehicle involved

parking lot and started from parked Saturday July 12, at 2:35 p.m., on ITIGI&rYlNOTICE 4: rtays a
cle.No position and backed into the Lee vehi- Starke.U.S. 301 20 feet south of SR-100 in

citations were issued by the Police report said a 1978 Mercury

highway patrol. coupe operated by Mary Louise Nash
21, of Jacksonville was stopped for a
False Starts traffic light when a pedestrian Dana

Lead to Mishap Cooper 16, of Starke jumped off of
another vehicle and struck Nash's
fl,200 damage was recorded in a vehicle on the windshield with her
two car accident with no one Injured elbow and broke the windshield.No I
Saturday, July 12, 2,8 miles south of citations were issued by police. ai i Jc
Starke on CR-221 and U.S. 301.
A 1967 Plymouth sedan operated by 1. -- On the front page of ou'CJuly;: r" ,- -
FSP Inmate ,
Samuel ROBS Eicbelsderfer 31. of Rt. i '
"Super Stars" Circular that
you iirupeafl Cutting COUFS'vfiQii> Colorin., School an
4, Starke and a 1973 Chevrolet sedan Stabbed To DeathA ,
received this week the k
Harold ,
driven by Michael Brunetti.
14. of Hampton were travelling northon 41-year-old Inmate at Florida copy bY.mail. the Brawny Daily cpcttm.g course atfMftjE; Bdu-ty CoHegifr ofBBBSBBBlBBSlB I
CR-221 Florida Highway Patrol State Prison was stabbed to death Towels \
Paper inadvertantlygives i
records show. Eichelsderfer stopped with a 17-inch knife attached to a ,
for a stop sign at the intersection with broomstick at 5:12: a,m. Wednesday, the wrong dimensions per ,
Brunetti stopped behind the other July 16.The roll. The correct dimensions are I;

vehicle. Eichelsderfer started forward victim was putting out trays in 85 sq. ft. rolls of 80,11 x14", 2-ply
the Q-wing dining room at FSP when
and stopped again for oncoming
towels. We inconvenience
regret -
stabbed. any
traffic on U.S.: 301. Brunetti then
started forward, struckElchelsderler' Department of Corrections records this error may have
vehicle In the rear. show stab a P.". acola native caused.
Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited was with the knife In the left I
Brunetti for careless driving. side walked 35 feet and then fell
down and was taken to' irison
clinic where he was pi onuuu .1 dead
Pistol PackirT Lady by Dr. Laura A. Parido. T hiru Tr; n
The State Attorney's office In

Chases Robbers AwayWhen Starke arranged for the remains to be .. ..
thieves spilled coins on the taken to Alachua General Hospital In BBBBBBBBBBanBBB BBBHBVBMBBBHHBBB ,

floor and started to pick them up Gainesville where an autopsy was
Tenneco station attendant June Ann scheduled to be performed.

Bednar let loose with a .32 calibre Huff was serving a 25 year prison HolidaylnnInvites
pistol and chased the robbers away. sentence from Escambia County for
Two black males armed with a long robbery violation of probation and
barrelled shotgun entered the Ten- rape with that sentence commencing
neco Service Station on Temple Ave. March 14, 1975. He received a four
at Jefferson St. in Starke and asked year prison term in Union. County on a
Mrs. Bednar for all the mor P.Y on July possession of a we. pon by a stale you to visit their Lighter.Knot Lounge
8,police records show. One man stuck prisoner on August !'. 1977.
the butt end of the shotgun int. the DOC records show officials have a .
face of Mrs. Bednar. The other grabbed sus;eat in the case hut no arrest bal. .

floor The a black and money Mrs.wallet.Bednar then spilled confronted onto the the been press.made as this paper vent to feowr\ng the: IlIJ WOOED( ] i 1J0'U( ? GGILID, VV fJ ?

men with a .22 automatic pistol. One
man then fell to the floor and Bednar 3 InjuredIn J.L.
started firing at him. The other male 1-Car Wreck Wed. thru Sat. Night 9 PM tit 2 AM .

fled down Jefferson St. and then the
other fled with an unidentified Three persons were injured in a one ..
amount of money in the wallet. No ar- vehicle accident with $2,500 damage SO's Come join In all the fun:'
rests have been made to date. done to the vehicle Involved on CR-125
3 miles west of Lawley at 4:30: pm.

Stopping on US-301 Monday July 14. Wed. Night -
Florida Highway Patrol records \c. -
Leads to WreckA show a 1968 Ford Pickup Truck R t

49-year-old Starke man was operated by Deborah Turner Dobbs, ,' Ladies Night
hospitalized with injuries received In 30, of Lawtey was going east on -I Ic.oSf'l
an accident with $1.000 damage to the CR-125 ran off the edge of the road- V PRICE Drinks
two vehicles involved in a wreck a way causing Dobbs to lose ijntrol,

half mile south of Starke on U,S. 301 at went across the roadway the opposite & .. .
high noon Friday. July 11. side and ran into the woods on )
Florida Highway Patrol records the north side of the road.
show a 19M Chevrolet pickup truck Dobbs Aaron Dobbs and Brandy "Mess

operated by David Alan Stone 18, of Dobbs were treated in the emergencyroom 1; est"*
Starke and a 1968 Volkswagen station at Bradford County Hospital in \
wagon driven by Louis Thomas Starke.No .

Young were both northbound on U.S. citations were issued by the 1 Trophy' goes' .td'tho'. "" >II' wInner
301 when Stone stopped in the north FHP. : .

bound lane to pick up a hitch-h'ker "r
Young started following. an unknown ,No One Injured J Sat. NJg P t:
venicle which passed Stone. Y.
/ rig
then struck (the rear Stone's. vehi' In lilt & RunNo Jack Kato"Patti Lloyd *Dance. Contest*
cle. .
one w* nfut I ,ma 'it 4 run 1 r$ '
FHP records show Young was accident wiui$JoO damage on L S. :Wl M Rick Foxworth & Robbie M.cDCnaid : '*
taken to Bradford< County Hospital in at Pratt Street in Starke, M imUy July Winning' couple gets a,
Starke where he was treated for ,.- ..
14, at 7:30: p.m. our i >. a heavy
multiple lacerations and a possible rainstorm. .FREe
Has Been :
Redecorated Enlarged
fracture of his ribs and arm. He was Police records show a 1975 ':. .' : .
transferred to.tAlachua General Oldsmobile) sedan driven by Jackie HlBottl9
',7. .
Hospital In Gainesville. Eugene Thomas 39, of Lawtey was :' ,. LARGER'DANCE'FLOOR. ; ;olCfampaghe'ii- lt }

Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited Stone tr.velllniaouth on U,S. 301 when an ,
for Improper'parking on the highway. unknown vehicle was travelling north (

on the same highway and attemptedto ysSAL
turn left on Pratt Street when the l.L ''a
SCOTT WMITEHIAD, unknown vehicle turned left In front of ; IIa' .
the Thomas vehicle did not stop,, CI'\\/\ US.301 N. '
BiMtDEI. struck the Thomas vehicle and then. fl* fr \ .
left the scene. .
HmtflaasSmictCaB9l4S512' The Investigation Is being continued Of Starke .;964-7600,
by police.
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Obituaries Albert Marlon Gllsson Iness.Born In 'Bradford .County,,Mr. Clarence. D,If'arper Mn. Willie r.Moody I: ,Concerned. Citizens y

Albert died Marlon ClUson Ormond 68, ofStarke Gllsson was employed by the DuPont Clarence D. Harper 68. of 'Mrs. Willie P. Moody, age 81, of" Announce Volunteer
July 14, at Company at a wet mill operator until Starke.died suddenly Monday.He had Starke,died Tuesday morning after a :
.. Fla..
Beach ,following an extended Um :- his retirement. He was a ,member of lived In the Starke area for the last 30 long illness.Born In Lawtey on March : Workshop
I The Jehovah w f llell. years,coming here from Lake Butter. 22,18111I,Mrs.Moody was a member of Concerned Citizens of Bradford
6 Survivors Include! ::his 'wife,.'Mrs. He was ''a veteran.of WW 2 and *v toe Pine Level Baptist Church. I; Count Inc. (CCBCI) is scheduling
Susie Allen CUsson,..Starke; three retired service station manager.Survivors Survivors include: S daughters, its fifth In a series of workshops
MEN song, Alfred, Starke; Vernon, !include his wife Verile, Mrs. Ira Cowart and Mrs. Clara : centered around community
Galneavllle, RoY' Tacoma, Wash. Harpers daughter Mrs Claudia H.. LeRoy, both of Jacksonville Mrs.Ann ;; volunteer service for Monday July 21,
two brothers, donors Gllsson and'Leslie Flout, Tallahassee,5 sons,Fate and Forsyth, Mrs. Helen Wells and ; at the RJ.E. Community Center 1080
Gllsson'both of Starke; and James of Starke,Chester and Eugeneof Mrs. May McKinney all of Starke; 4 t North Pine Street in Starke 1U! room 2
seven grandchildren.: Port St. Joe, and Dewayne Bowen'i sons Raymond, Starke, Leonard : of the first wing from 9:30: a.m. to
MULTI-MILETIRES of Starke;S brothers, Willie and L.H.,, Grand Prairie, Texas, Jesse antiCharles. ; 12:00: noon.
White 8pcke Funeral services:;will be conducted both of Starke, 1 sister, Mrs. Louise ; both of Jacksonville; 1 Z Discussion highlights' of 'the
First Quality today (Thursday),at 3:00 P.M. in the Varnes,Starke.and 20 grandchildren.. brother J.T. Prevatt of Lawtey; 3 : workshop will include goals and obJectives -
of Road Hazard Guarantee WHEELS Chapel of Archie :Tanner Funer.1Home. Funeral services will be held Thursday sisters, Mrs. Carrie Taylor. Mid- : of the UYA project, on camS -
with Rev. Leonard Wallace July 17, at 10 a.m. at Jones dleburg, Mrs. Ednabelle Norman. pus classroom experiences,outreach
*2495 Rev. Gilbert Crosley officiating. Memorial Chapel with Revj James 'Macclenny and. Mrs. MagolinaCronley. : services and recruitment In. Bradford
Burial will be in Crosby Lake Cowart officiating Interment 4 will Keystone Heights; 30 grand- J County.
15x7 orF.I.t. Cemetery with' Archie Tanner follow In Elzy Chapel Cemetery with children; numerous great grandchildren t Everyone Is Invited to attend what
Funeral Home in charge of ar- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in" nieces and nephews. S Is set to be a most Informative forum.
1QNROE-MAT1C charge. Funeral services will be held Thursday -
rangements. t Your input will go far in making
:zU.CU..t. Rotate & July 17, at 3 p.m. at Pine Level : University Year for Action (UYA))
SHOCKS Baptist Church, with Rev. Roman : volunteer efforts successful.
..... Balaoce4 Tire will
.. ''t. Alvarez officiating. Interment : If you have a serious desire to participate -
_a!.! 4 For 59".Ifetlme $1 O0t." Trucks follow In Kingsley Lake Cemetery i in volunteer activities,now Is
_301.! Warranty ** aCart with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein : the time to make a move.
47114ZZSL_ i..2Zs charge. ; Please let us look forward to your
_3 .! ... Front End Clew and Repack ; attendance.
711-is 34"" i Mrs. Monteen Warren Marton : For further Information call Har-
Front Wheel drick at 964-6794 between the
Alignment : Taylor
Mrs. Monteen Warren Marton, 52,
TUNE-UP hours of Boo: m.-5:00:
died ; p.m.
Bearings of Rt 3, Box 113 Lake Butler
4 CYL 0 CYU a CYL. $9" Friday night at her home after an ex- :...................................
'26" *28" 32" $1695 THOMAS METALS INC.I tended Illness. Born In Palatka, Mrs. ..................................
l1 Marton had lived In Union County
( M e Csrs.Lt-Trucks since 1958.She was a homemaker and Moore was a construction worker as a
Complete American Car a member of the First Baptist Church brick mason. He moved to Hamptonseven
Metal Culvert Pipes For, Driveways And Drainage of Ralford. years ago where be resided un-
Conditioning Brake Survivors include her husband, til moving to Keystone about one year
Special Specializing Irt; Mitered End Sections And Elbows Louis Marton of Lake Butler; 1 son, ago. Mr. Moore was a Baptist.
Service .. s Bobby Marton of Lake Butler; 1 Survivors include: his parents Mr.
daughter, Irs. Donna Jean Newsomof and Mrs.Alvin Moore,Hampton; four
Buy Direct From Manufacturer M Save ValdrGa..; 1 sister, Mrs. brothers,Alvin,Jr.,of Tampa Barry
STAKKf F OR'U.S. Mildred Hari ell of Eastman, Ga.; 2 Larry and Monte all of Hampton.
fREE DELIVERY brothers, Dewey and Joe Warren of Funeral services were conducted at
Starke; and grandchildren. 3:00: P.M. Saturday, July 12, in the
301 N. Starke, Fla. i L.KeBu.ler.F.a. Funeral services were held Mon- Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
964.5436 4-64.36 day, July 14, at 11 a.m. at the First Home, with Rev. Ray Williams officiating -
Baptist Church in Raiford with Rev. Burial was in Hawkins
Hugh Walters and Rev. Melvin Owen Cemetery, In Lookout Mountain
officiating. Interment followed In Tenn., with Archie Tanner FuneralHome
On sale Sapp Cemetery at Raiford. Archer of Starke In charge of ar-
-e>\ Vow Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in rangements.
EAGLE Thursday Friday
ChOI ['E'i' charge of arrangements.Mrs. .
& Saturday I
.Clara E. Hansen Miss Kami Diana Wilkison

i!' Mrs. Clara E. Hansen, age 83, died Miss Kami Diana Wilklson, 1 day
NEW in the Bradford County Hospital early old, died Saturday,July 12, at St. VIn-
d LOW Sunday morning, July 13, following a cent's Hospital In Jacksonville,
I sa IVI
U PRIGESIwallet. lingering illness. Florida. '
-'g 4.98 Born in Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. Survivors include: her parents Mr.
with @MY 615 or 20 1896 Mrs. Hansen and her latehusband and Mrs. Bennett (Bennie) Louis
1 backro Sidney Hansen, moved to Wilklson, III of Lawtey; maternal
=rw clothing\ or eagles savings Lawtey from Tlgard Oregon, In 1959. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Mrs. Hansen was a member of the McCarley,Knoxville,Tenn.; paternal
-"PI" to 42 / M? Northside Baptist Church. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett
are bigger up Survivors include: two sisters, Mrs. Wilkison, Jr., of Lawtey; maternal
Esther G. Martin, Starke and Mrs. great grandparents! Luther Mc-
iWilli Ethel I. Brunsberg, Minneapolis, Carley, Alabama, Mrs. Willie
Minn. Williams, Columbus, Ga.; paternal
g Graveside services were held at great grandmother, Mrs. Geneva
M sK, 11:00: a.m.Tuesday,July 15, ir Crosby Wilkison. Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.
Amass Lake Cemetery, with Re1. James Stewart Lockhart; Jacksonville.
's' Cowart officiating DeWitt C. Jones Graveside funeral services were
0 I4low Firs Funeral Home was in charge of the conducted at 2:30 Wednesday,
arrangements July 16, with Rev. Elton Redding, officiating
Archie Tanner Funeral
James Randall Moore Home of Starke was In charge of ar-
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James Randall Moore, 20, of.Oak,..I,.J.rangemehta' : ?

.. r yI.: lNsKei. t I' i. :i't Road, Keystone Heights,died"July.r *10-\ '. "TtttSC' sbltintncs i'l ..icierthan "." .'
nTrTrrr>ro f1Ott s at his home. 'p.'ect'moda'ratlori.-
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GREAT OPPORTUNITIES' 1SUNAY' $ 494-4976.CempletaInsurance warranty Pay off" balance CUSTOM DRA ERIESlFree
Service., N duo $...aaymont.30 cash .of.rassume ..tllOt.'.*. local

distributor for completelywasheble
$19.10 .par _tho WhIteI.wl..g'

$ GAINESVILLE SUN FOR SALE and Appliance advertised OordsettaDraperle
'j.. Center, 3527: S.W. Archer '
/1W' Enter
Road, Oalmevlll, : tfnchg *
p'I.... Hd ar lama
$Stephen ,

County Time. open Man., payments an 1979 MASONABUJt Small tree

day end Tueeday ':30 ..m. model at 818,10 per monthor and limb cut or trimmed.

to S p.m.. 'Wedneedoy- pay off balance of $196 Reasonable rotes. Call

c........, Thursday and Friday cash Under warranty.. Sao 431-1114 after 6

.:30 a.m. till noon. at White Sewing and Appliance Tory p.m.'

Shop The Sun's Classified section FARM FOB SAUillS acre. Center 3S27' S.W. CRAWVOMTO 1/3 TFN. COMMERCIAL

Archer Rood
part paihjr land. part Oaln.svillet EXTERMINATING CO. ....
timber. land. Mood frontagetwo Hnchg 717SPOSSESSIO. vlng .homo business In

.Id... Providence. .
Contact Mrs.Doreoy. Singer Future.. On. of Union Bradford Columbia
day for great shopping community.454-1154 Singer's finest machine Counties./ 496-3986 Collect.
every vaues.POOOCO.OPMANAGl ,. High 7/3 TPM CHG.
Springe, Florida. 4tchg Blind hems. darns. HEED HONEST PERSONl to
7/177124 731117.IUlLOINGlIIAII monogram. mok.. buttonholes .
live .In.' housekeep and.
/ steel 1 d_ stretch stitches.
span building Our lowest Originally soldor. over cook. Robert Courson
0.".,.. men....' for Houtown' ...c.II_tCMTAKVWanted dictaphone TBACHetltSAt all 1 levels price In aver two...-.. Ex- $300. Pay off balance clue 496-34T2: en near
Granary beolnnlna' ADO. .. ...- ...111./ and tvtXn rvoulrvd. Call Lulu. 7/10 7/17 2tpd.
Universe' 1137.10 cash
Teechere Box miPortland amplest) 30rx48'xir for or assume
tall natural food ft ... experttea ,- )77."... .
ftend resume to* vie' Pres Oregon vnatHS S3.B72. 40'x72'xl4' for payments of $12.70 per
G ident'villa.. 1124 F*.. 3360 W by Univ.July Awe." salesperson for loedlnQ fwrnltur; ftvamlsh/Humanltte'7l'ACNl NE* OED and Math/ S5, 52. 48>.72'.14> forS6.794. month. Whit. Sewing

FULL CMAMOot tt.u..k..O.r tOr store. fBKceltent D opportwiltv. .forparmanant a I cr.2.aoo.... Oreen Academy. 60'xl2S'x16' for Center 3527 S.W. Archer YOU OWN
.nnoons. 6W.L1N two ohb.nelt., Apply at IOLOwy'a MIFSW 815.747. Call toll free today Road Gainesville tfnchg BUSINEUtlf you qualify

enc.1 r'C.11377 1377.t./a Moot 11to" :::.. ism .... O'viltaCASS0TTB TEEVISIONaAtJDIOTecfYKiansSBCHBTAaV for price guarantees.18OO848I570. 7/17 you will awn two relatadbuslnesse

who HARD d..lr..l WORKING lob end INDIVIDUAL.possiblycereer ORNERAL OFFICE P1.0 CASH/RR t10R. Mwi..=WORK SV1n1np1. Rrpw4enud Saaryleelbe., 7/3 7/10 WELSH SHETLAND PONY *. First, you will
in the optical Industrv.fuRosir 5ho "MITI.' 'or 'Inm.tll.t.. 440..1. end ........nd.. Cull. TRYt/l. C.R 411.2$55 ar 376.1791 7/17 3tchg. distribute name brand. atmerchandUa
:.gv.fjr.ti.. P143. Ino, wall ......11_ firm Good T_ M'e.......... 4R43 SW 00 : ./.eCKf.TIOMIST 'I RECUNER CHAIR. LIVING brown. well care far. Include such
32102 pav. Cell' JOB ACTION. antvXMX" ). .......012 MIIV. Mature person to bridlesaddle.. a*
1204 NW7th: st.E i. r a-nugotie.ble ant war .:1'-.1.; : .v phonemyjitam ROOM SETiGaod Condi- Kodak Polaroid. GE.
Good with small children.
estateoffice tlon. Include. sofa, choir
Westlnghouse Sylvanla.
have: U ft flatbed durwiD DRIVER. .. .oporl.ncs CONTROL ;. Muat have experience A 431-1737.2tchg.7/17 7/24. "
oootf .rn' .. No necessary Full
ooportu.nltv and chrome table., Phone
ba too professional' and street Ray-O-Voc or Ever.ady.There .
_Iv.v. person for person ...IIIIn.'o work. benefits.Call 375-44SF....t public .wall Typlne required. "
M LUMBER 4963333. Itpd 7/17
"3MO SW 34th St, .....V''". ymsr&taei&fgi&i, ; : BABVSITTC wanted for 5 veer1 Salary' commetmirat* with' atotlttv. U no selling Involv
5t .1. Fee-neooti ible' terms old air I, going to ,caschool.. write, BOM r lEHh*. ftjn Orawwr AKC SHEPHERD PUFSt ed. You need only service
before; and ...school car. A. Oalnesvllte. PL 324O2WVCUSTOMIzeDVANS
Northwood Oaks. area. 177-4423. trl-colored FOR RENT retail accounts astobllshad/ .
females, large boned for you by the company.

.breed. to be Intelligent, Second "you will own a

protective pet*. 1100 each. related mall' order film

*74 BUICK. CENTURY Weoon, .700.d.CuL..VSrVOdCard1N000RVETTR. / Call 4952423. Itchg 7/17. MOBILE HOMEl 2 bedroom processing builneX.
air.. AM FM. oood tre( ., ...c..- tlon. dependable eorntortiblo.' Srund now. Lo.d.d.nvN It" B/W ZENITH TVtwIth
Mer" outside of Ralford. Call Minimum Investment
lent running condition regular decant ....d car MM. 37e4A40, t/Cs..83.00011.. |lust ,
lit pas $1000 Pevld.46a5J/ ?.ve.. .......ne... Apt. :3S .Student. CI1137Y3t63 00.'... stand. Everything) jn good 431.1632.7117 Itchg. $4995. Call Cpr 38 at

BUICK LASABMB. 1970Air. CUTLASS. .SUPIteMB |.T.: Air.. .71 o..nu.'Z.. 4 condlton. Need ana tuba. 1-800-824.7888 or writ
automatic AM/FA stereo, power brake. a. .'_In.. AM4.000. mil... .xc.".... CDndl"Only_. $35. 490-2538 France Namca. 2121 Montovallo
Fully power Vary oood condl FM/T_. swivel bucket seats 2l....0. ........_... .Stoll.nt. Rhoden. 7/17.
tlon.OO C.11377-7700.' Good moo. ./n..bl.. Itchg Read S.W., Birmingham.

From 7V95 'n EL CAMINO body excellent 377 ai4 Student 1972 RAT 124 SPYDER OKRA S6 a.bushel you" pick. Alabama 35211. 7/17

Call plus Gainesville'freight, A tax condition runt well suoo 173 FLVMOUTM'ousrcft.. __.'.... Nesdo _work S12 a bushel w*pick. Elery WANTEDMANOi $... per IMOenvelopes' ad
Oodne. .
.62.393." ]/ ash for Parrel cylinder automatic air. power $700
1/24343 teerlno Fold down rear teat. C.1377.7O3I" Griff I Rd.231 LI 496-3655. dressed. aronhMd.W.
Hid N. Main, '..CMBVV IMPALA. .runt.need .1400. Call.377 2.>.. Student 197E HONDA "ccord. are _. 2tchg7/177/2.. 'furnish envelopes. and
battery. ftlSO firm. 959029.keep 50110. r.0ula, .....
only 1990 CHEW 600 miles,VAN. Fully lO w i trying' .Cono..ni.l Slant I".T.': :::: CCOnW .ODD 51 t. HAViM acres Coastal Bermuda Wonted good used postage. National 2024
Super .:.. : (.:w.5t! %:b.t--: You and piano for church use
S)0so) : Must see to appreciate/ 1972 CHEW .IMFALA M.OOO power .t..rlno..Ir.' nadlo. tra.r' Hay. cut Freedom. Blvd. Dept F-41
370-33S3d.V,, 378-4877 eves mile' *, asking, *7SO or bait offer lt.tth.$1155.373.lq. Student MAZDA 0100 .9... AM..M. haul. Phone 496.3525.2tpd Phone 431-1737.2tchg 7/17 Freedom. CA. 95019. 6/19
1WO N w. 3 Ave 3rt-7O3t Student
1'ORp. PINTO, recent en* '73 TOYOTA. COROLLA very MIC1.1/In in.plct.d./ =':;.run.0,0.1... ''Dot 7/177/24. 7/24. 6/17 6/24 6/31 .'pd. '.
300. .ooen0l.......... 1500 firm. :373. .1072.call..UICK.... .......K..K..un.Colt 376.069. OOOd La ....nc"condition. Apt/ M.12OO.student. )71.659.. ........... ........... b.ot O4/ C.ll --

I. Starke 1.

''* ..C..W_, paved OWNER .
1500 down. S acres, wooded .R. a Beth with workshop In 1501 be'" '-'_., _, Classified Ads
WltlLton.811000 MS Hun eveaaKMoT2 ...rln..'._. wooded lot fir' *. Cathedral cell". 'In ..... room
JJS-MIO. .Coot.heat/air for tSeVeOO. I Wooden deck,143.000. )/".i53VITtllVANSor .
mil.to.10 Acre Lots, A a .onad. 4 Barry O BaurmteJn. eon o%>aHfv FHA and
.... NW. of Oalnesyllie..Just oN RgALTORS :3737537POOL move Into this 3 bedroom, a bam
si a ooo A op call ay? **n. on a corner lot In N.w. t9..MO.

u.h 20 ACRES. 910 Oak W..t i5r.15. ...s. ...._ a batha.MOMS cant. heat a laraa colonial,so'/., 377-1367 DOUGLAS SON Builders Inc:. CARS ftTRUCKS HOMES FOR RENT

.S......,. ... of brick MSOOD
Realtytorn.: .FOR
Inc.. ........TO.... ..2.3469V111a.. Stewart i ya. UNDER tOO CASH.. boWS this' SALE
Inc. REALTORS" 3711460TURKtJV nice > BR home with. eeol/>ance..
M/LI HOPPER no, 30 acres 1',. ACRES 'n'.r'.c""n oood neighborhood only as.fco.. PALMS APARTMENTSi Furnlirted -
and up, beautiful rollino pasture, Eltat.". tonxl moon., ri.a.T CREEK withtea Qott nouard investment Proper. U MUSTANG mlorwi. All .V efflclencie and 1
owner loht.. Cow at your back door 3 bed II./ .. REALTOR 37&IMIKBVSTONtl ComplotolyrvmiMolod
HOOOR financing REALTOR yr&tigAFFMOX. v. Good corner. I block ot Vjii room, tom with laroa master original. lest aH... IxcvllMtl 2 /R. ono bath BR apt*., weekly'' or monthly .
Us'o\! : bedroom aunfcen tub Tn maatar Heights, Lak 141a *
672 NE 130th "I''m-' :: NEW FURNISHED
North condition. ;
/ : 4M-I3Z "
S a trects bath 191.730. Assonabla 114 fcreaoa On cl.Wld bOstOn
by owner Just off NewtMtrrv Rd 70 5 155 3 1 71 Inl./....'.the.. DOY6lA6 a SON lake From*....... 1-s acre ...... ..... S. 7/10 4tchg 7/11 .Scroanod" STUDIOS monthly only.
370.1433.412.20030n413.29 6% .ull. vaw and access, wooded from porch Control'
.C..O..WOOO. 17 DOOOI OAT. 6 :2313 N,. Temple Starke. ..
Located south of Ft S3 9OO owner finance, nwfc ,Inter* cyl.
.... ... 3 ACRES FOR BALE. per acre Santa Fa fklwer White Reeitv 14OO TWO. aiEOROOM two bath in .at. Owner salesmen. 4794379REEL .. .'Y. Vlth lair and good 1lr... Hoot a Air Mica Corner Ut .TFchgii. : -,- f _,">" '

._ nut Archer owner area flnancln with bwlldJno tlD.MO per.or of Barnes Hloh' Spring REALTOR.Inc..........-.. area Turkey nlceiv. Creak aodded.' inside Iron utility yard. SV .P I INOTR. J: Nl w _. 0'Mileage.35.000. 964-4JO4.'' In !Saratoga' Halghr. 1021 KITCHBNETTESi On.\ 8R I
fIQ000 NShC.11952571 Ev.'n.' : ....,.... -))2.. *....1. Inc Io. DOUGLAS 373.,1162 450.4 Buildert. 201l.LtrallrooOt.f6S00.Owner. Ik .N noes oRR. l' 7/10 2Mhg 7/17 ... -IN: Yrett 'St. Phono apartment: pOol: TV: AC \

373-.no. **7 VW RAIL Type Dune 9645639. Available Now. utilities. Included, Totally"

ugav- Englno .xcll ntcondition. 5/1 TFN. M.1AKEVIIW fumtohad. Weekly monthly


....77.9.7117 Itpd. near Keystone, avalloblooonl B80 N. Temple Ave..

70 WICK WAGON Good I Pick your color*, 3R. S....... Phone 964.7357..

condition. '11; "/': Air 2 bath brick veneer 9/20 TFchg.

Cond. Call 964-8617. 7/17 garaa Lake access to MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE

TO M6EI.. DECK. TEAC DUAL 701 Direct-drive turntable SONS CHI"". C'Dor' ",_." Itpd 7/34. Bedford lake Low $IG'.. HOME PARK mobile home
<<1'00.' With head Ofmmonftll- & Pickering' .Shlbata ur."..... .....'n. Nrulcs, 'or .. and for
Sr. bulk .r.nr, 77 WICK REGAL 4-door. low Intornt If ipace rent Phone
metal base A dust qualify.
cover. uao 4J retail i24-aMln..S4OO. you
011.1 373-5.e5, aca.Nrle.3100501 .318., ..r..L''i': ; \ .b .JOlM. or --i.; 3766433CAVETTE Original tires, Zf.SOO Contact Stevenson Construction ....2912. TFchg :

SANSUI R CCiaVEH. Dual Mordaunt-Shoo/ Paoeant Sarle. liana t.ioes %so Mahooany end
msnuml '..,n'.b''.. &Hur e rWit" II. 4 months old. Mew 5OO. ash.- table JO Mahogany curio wall. 964-5086. S/1S TFchg. relrlgeratorhotplate..
.1717006.... Clean 3774,07-' _nd. Onlv .,... ,nq SJOQ Tool IS. 377 799HARMAN ........tJO )..-..35. wheel electric( door locks. MOBILE HOMISi Why pay Very reasonable, by weekor I

KAROON 7M: Slc.lyCHINA' C"'N"T. 300. Call Clvan. Call morning ? month. Underwood
M''ON.'v''. oak .(oeboardMO .r. L185. n.w. ASking' more Buy" direct from the
Rocking chair with cushion 316-late 5223 3765670" altar SO to 9644621. Itpd 7/17. factory. election of Motel 3.' mile north.of

seat %M Pair carved/uphols- Kitchen table' chairs' us. 3 ''v. Itn FORD TRUCKs Heavy Large Storka on US301. Phone
tend oak. chairs. x/160.377.791. KINO SIZE BED with ..._. S ,Ina room chairs.' tiO-tS Nation 13'. 14' and double. wide 964.71114.511' -
Y.ar1 o''<<' *"* ce.... Call .I Geographies 430)40234 each. duty long bod. AutomatictransmlMlon. COMMUNITY TFchg.
En/oy/ SR/Ing a FiMing curved front drawers very ornate 376.0090 Antique server 175. Caotianscf Good condition. MOBILE MINI STORAGE UNITS
.4 LIRE NEW !.' CIMCk.mct S30Q Call 373-3esa eveningsREFNlGKRATOR. LOVSSEATS. (2>, (.O.ec... .tr.sis. Tabiesas' 475-i>$. 473-2106 ar 473-2578. HOME SALES. US. 301 ovalloMe. In Keystone Ho.

trlii.n' 115 42V9 jottnMn.AM,for ooww 5/5v5/ trim Br: . ""o'd.' ',.. 170 Sofa., 'c 35.,coffee drawers tablei,, Ill., lo. LADIES.' COLUMBIA' 3 speed ttchg 7/17. North. Open 9 to du.... I to $10 and up. Phone; I
.''no'on.f' 5301 or IritnrrBXCELLCMr frost free. white. TO 4 cu ft", like. 120.00..10.. f 1/ sio bike 330. 10 gallon o.uarlum> / 6 on Sunday. Phone ..
new 40O 375 3QQ4 anytimeREFRIGERATOR 12S..cn 3725951.COmolete sell hiD Call jymt im NOVA Automatictrammlulon. 473.3193.TPchg : I
Condition 17 ft CASTRO CONVERTI.LE.Yfra LAWNMOWER $4SO. Call ...-87.1. 6/5 TFN. STARKE Horn for rent. 3 RR. I
Gt stron Mvrcurv; *5 HP: firm, mattress oood condition./ oaro, ., ;Jcor.c':.::. TWO BEDROOM bath 2 BA. brick
EaulpiM' for fitrt & tkl.. 3.co>. 91 cubic foot Golden color tideby 944-8367. Itchg 7/17. can.crete veneer, newly"
or.n05 floral design. .,... IM ft eM ten won cord vis othertutras. I
C ll alter 5. 3M-I75V side Like naw. Only uu. Call Cal
Steve 3?>-..,. 373.6941 $10 Pays only" 33 SO77. 174 VW VAN $1800. b.call. Mock good fishing built, located In Saratoga
.... running condition. Write KA.: 202 River. Hat*. Minimum 6 ma*. I II.

964-6000 .... 139 ink for Drive, Dunnollon Fl. I..*.. Call 964-5511 after

John. 7/17 2tpd 7/34. 32630. 7/3 lOtpd 9/4. .:30 p.m. 7/10 4tchg 7/3): )

'' 77 LTD it $500 equity and S 8* HOUSE Carport. On' 2 Bar HOWE. SIM month.

Need more information? assume payments" of nice lot near downtown 376-9731 ar ....1.25. Afk

112.00 month. 9647306. Sla'..... Owner will for Diane. 7/10 2tchg 7/17

I Interested in placing a classified? ttTZTP U u iiii Itch; 7/17. finance. Call Jacksonville 2 BR MOBILE HOMEl Convenient

to hopping can....
1971 fORD ITB-A/C. radio. 289-7414. 7/3 4tpd 7/34.
Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O BV OWNER Red brick No pet ar children.
PS, PB. good condition. homo ......10. Ilehg7117.

) good tiro*. $900. Phone on three largo fenced lot*. t M MOUSEi FurnUhed.

'- .. 473-2883 any tmt' '. Itcrig 18x34 icroened porch. $133.00. 964-8243. Itpd
Mint condition. All extra 7/17. t

WANTED Including utility haul FOR RENT OR SALT 511 S>.

Shown by appointment on Clalr St., 2R, I bath.

Keystone firea nda /ly.. Cqll 964-6619. 7/10. Rent: 1160.00. llpd 7/17f

GOOD PRICES PAID for used ..ItpdBV LARGE ROOM clean with

FOR RENT mobile homes If mortgage OWNER. C... 3 BR, :2 ....... I. .........

li 3/4 paid or more. OlIN bath. Central H R A. reteerulble.. p"I... Nice


L.w.nc.8Ivd. next to Andrew WANTED 964-S606. Open 7 days room. Family kitchen' ,"",n
Drug Formerly" El- SHORIMASTE ALUMINUM PERSONAL TWO ACRES near SR-100 wookly.. TFchg large, workshop. Double HOME LOT for rent:
Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone near Keystone Heights.S3GO LAKE LOTS or lake view '
WANtlOi Mobil homo .
o I of
and ,
portable boat lifts ROOMMATE WANTED- carport.. Close In. Quiet, ground
473.3411. Hnchg 6/' SERVICES down. 166." per acreage on sand bottom !I.. and tiro Will
pick lot of
OFFICE dock C..II'o, free demo. female. Own BR In 6 room month. Phone 473-4058 'lake near Keystone up. troet.: Tree*. large comerlot. tree, with kept!?
COMMERCIAL ar OLIN'S MOBILE HOME tank and electric' )
Weekdays" 473-2999. house lakefront on loka Owner Paved streets and pole!
SPACE from town CARPENTER WORK 473-4367 altar 6 Height financing.
across p.m. SALES 964.5606. Open 7 three mile "below Stark
w..kend.175.3991. .
hall. 400 .qu..,. <_.. f 160 ,/I tfnchg Remodeling work, kitchen Hutchison. SI 25 month. tfnchg 9/4 473-4846. 4tchg 7/3-24 day. a w_... TFchg driveway. 711 Lafayette. ((301) South) on Evergreen

month. cobinets and trim 1/3 unities: first-las4 plus LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeyston .. SAND BOTTOM LAKE LOT CASH FOR COINS Cold 964-7634. 7/IOtfchg. Ave., across from
and Crotely
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY and carpenter. Reasonable security. Many" privilege Heights owner neat Hwy.. 100. Hlllcrait liver, sterling. dental MOBILE MOMIi 1979 .'x60furnlihed. >' Mfr. plant. S65 month
19. Doors furniture, per ,
REALTOR Call Ed 473-3110 after ,. Ztchg financed 10 Interest lake eon of Keystone 3 '.. 2 bath. Ix- .
collectibles. Follow the price Dempsey at percent gold dt crop (owolry. optical ". .7,... 7/17 3tpd 7/24.1[
473.4961 473-2477. tfnchg 7/3 7/10-17 lot on clear, land Height $900 down. fromoi. .te. J.R. Bull-i cellent condition. Owne '
ttnchg 6/12 sign*. Keyiton Club ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS EXPERIENCED BAeYIITTER bottomed lake, priced to SHI .66 per month. Phone l..g.on.-6350 TFchg. will finance. 464-1323, after, I
E...... 9 a.m. to 5
BIG IAKI I"'NTA'I CANAL. 717REDUCE p.m. Closed meetings Monday B needed to work weekday ell from Sv.OCO. One to after 6 p.m. 473-4058 TO LENT 01 VASE SO to 100 S. 7/10 4tchg 7/31 YARD SALE

2BR haute on one acre lot. Itpd p.m. Open meetings, Frl. sitting with Infant girl atchild's five acre overlooking' I.... 4734367.: 4tchg 7/17-8/7. aero suitable' for crop 3... BATH, tingle garage !

Central heat and air. for sole and fast with day" B p.m. Alanon Monday hem starting mid- (access available. ) with MICIOWAVIOVIN with 3 8ft hou... Phone landicaped. tldewalk ,

holly" Go/... Tablets and E-Vap B p.m. Ala'.... Monday 7 August. Transportation nice tree from S3.5OO. Assume payment, on 1979 47 .1333 or 4734077. 7/3 whit column.. Mooed RUMMAGE SALE Saturday;

month Opoit" required "wa,.. pill". Andrew p.m. All meetings In needed. Reference re $500 dawn ISO month.Commercial model S18.10 per monthor 2tcha 7/10. front, your choice of carpet July 19 vacant lot at Plggly

MI-486-MI6. ttnchg 6/26 Pharmacy.-7/3 3tpd 7/17. Educational Building, Community quested. Phone 475-2395: In frontage-; pay off balance of SI96cah. and vinyl, with .appliance, Wiggly' parking lot. 9.4,

LOVILY HOME near Church tfnchg 6/5. Melrose after 7 p.m. Jtchg. Investment appo.lunlty.SR.21N. Under warranty. Sea PERSONAL. and extra S39.900,, 7/171/rlq. :3

Keystone Height. Three REPOSSESSED CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 7/J)7-7/31 Owner.salesman. et White Sewing and Appliance SERVICES Rlddlck many Construction. HUGS YARD SALE. Frl. E
Singer Future. One ofSing.
big bedroom 2A WORK.ulld patios 473-4375. tfnchg 7/3 Center 3527 S.W. a.m. .to 5. 2 tulles front=
.,* fin.., machines.Blind 468-1*IB or 9645092. 7/17
fireplace. CH/A, access to fireplaces. addition AKC DOBSRMAN fUPS- Archer. Road, Gainesville DtVOIIC.-I" SI..... on SR 100 tower

kike. ,."nl. court. S42) h.m.; darns, remodeling. ".. CARS 18o"fulli.-, *l.. Fro. tfnchg 7/17 AttofMy foes let Uwcontoitod Itchg. Keystone Watch far signs

month lirtt and last.Owneragent. monogram, make but esti mar... Ooy..4711173.Nights.752'3906. TRUCKS197J obedience lesson 'Sir. U'COIOR Dlvarco BY OWNERi led Brick Horn
"holes ....tch stitches.ginally raiifo Everything A to r
on three large fenced 10...
4751678.Hnchg and dam fromWACHCMEISTER
Stchg TV con"'. model under from $S9t-S9S Sto
.. sold for I rover | parent Rain or .hl.... 7/17 Itpd.-"
7/3 73731. FORD LTD. A/C radio:. DOEERMAN warranty. Pay off balance' A.......*' Fee 1210> Noise 18x24 screened porch. -
$500. off "balance duo "
WATERFRONT VACATION Pay PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. "5. .... 'good condition. Phone .73-7195. Mnchg612BUILDINOSIII due SI86.30 cash ., Change Pee $7*. Jock *to>. Mint condition.. All.. extra -
137.10 coin
APARTMENT. Big lake of ar assumepayments TING and wallpapering.. good tire. SvOO. Phone All teal axume payment of Ho*. Anornoy 14 E. UM).. Including utility haul*. ApplicationsAre

Brooklyn, completely" fur.' month.Whit 112.70. per hone 473-2477. tfnchg. 473-2883 any ..,tlm*. Itchg cleer-span building Our SI9.10 per month. White A.... Oaliiowrillo. 37700l.. Shown by appointment_:
ni....... Available day or Sewing 7/10 7/17' lowest price In aver two Sewing and Appliance 7/17 In ly. Call 96/.639.7/17 It Now
week :3 to C.n.... 3S27 S.W. Archer, W.uHILP ,. .
August August I those people year Example! P30'x4I's12' Center j 3527 S.W. Archer (corr). BiiafTakei
20 and August 24 through Rood Gainesville. tfnchg .
who need help filling out for S3.S72: Rood Gainesville tfnchg THISHUTTERBUG
7/17 '
labor Day. Sleep four. Insurance form far 40>.72'xl4' for S5.932.4S'x72'x14 7117e' PMA fit w. BUYERS _' FOR FloridaTlmo
473-2730 Itchg 7/17. Medicare and other LOSTFOUNDIRISH < far '".79.:
REWAROt J any e Weddings W* have
Mai* German ready to move In' Union
fer'115,747. paper
medical Insurance 60-X125X161 rou'.ln
EXPANDINGb"weI.w. Shepherd/Husky mix ml. they : J .2 :3. ... :2 Bam with '
_- have Call Kathy 4732898.Itchg IRISH SETTEE In Call tell free today for _Portraits Koyitono" area.

.l..a..d. .1 .NM4.-.6. log from Lake Brooklyn 7/17 -.1''UTO.ING Crystal lake area July 4: price guarantee to CREATIVE Anniversaries, fireplace' ,only 1)200 down Phone.....,165 Monday
edlN.rMy. M since 7/3/BO. Curled tall Three-years-aid' ... end payment" underS37S.OO thru
1.11..1 IN 'wRITINa/ t .S00.|4I.1570. Stchg Friday 9 a.m. to 5
dork mottled colors an* reading and English skill.. Silver..choker./ chaln and.- STEREO CONIOtI'.A/M. I CAKES: ,440-1 W. Madison month. Cell Joel p.m. Mutt hove dependable

ER.&. ear up ether down. Certified teacher. ,....... flea collar. ISO.d tarreturn. F/M; turntable: Btracktap Gina Stark 8bert for detail. transportation and
Answer to '..Id. If' found, phone By Lane'Phon t. Day _964.313. .
R..10VOINRIAITOR 964'7030.,964..1.9t. cash bo.
475-1617. Itchg 7/l7< *; ;Early, American pair .... ;
MLS 473-1114 4732697. Itchg 7/17. 473-3)1) 8.Jlchg fill' .ceamet. ........ 473-2898.. : 964-8279 Joe 50_ ..lQhl._ 64.8503. 7117' I

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.;,... WANTED;iR"N6RINGHOMO SERVICES bat w/80 hp Mercury vacation at a boautllul. If you related qualify" you bvslnesies.Frst will own. Singer Putura.' Ono of PlISi whit. wormed toiled wire, welded wire., barbwire ONE Honor M.0 for .ITU.,..Air 9M-6437.Condi.
motor and Gator ,rall.r. shady campground close to two Singers finest machine docked $.40 _ch.964.7789.717'lkhg. I wood chain link: .
14.Nf..LPH) SILTS lAW SHOP' Complete. Call D.P, "eddish. everything In the Smokies) ? ( ., you.will: distribute, Had, h.nfs;? 4ern..' free estimate MANNINGFENCt 7/17 Itpd.PILLOW
.i. for 4-12 shift. FuHw Parttlm sharpening service clr.color 9o4-79IO. 7/17 TFPD. If so coma and comes withus norn* brand of marthan- monooxaw ;i,mokes.rbultonhoie TWO STEER CALVES 2 CO.. 4734822. rUINITUMl willsale
hand carbide, dlse such all! Kodak, or 961.031.
at the formerly .
*. Phone 961,6220'76CETAA /; \.... PIIMOLASS boat. 75 Gateway *. stretch .tlkheo.Originally old. $150 each. Alicia Hay Keystone. TFchg M.
chain mower blade hollow 7/17
,. Tlpton'* Shoal Creek. Polaroid Of.Wesllnghouse sold for Itchg.
HP motor electric start, tilt over bole. 964.77B. CHAIN LINK PlNC.rna..lol. .
t ground and balanced. Now owned and operatedby Sylvania.Ray0Vac $900. off balance due a OKRA Fresh and tender.W. .
POSmONi skI Pay
Must be trqllor' accessories.depth ; Do It you..1fand
leave at Jackson Building 7/17. Itchg. ...
Bradfordresident the RoddonbarryFami or -.E SI37.IO.xash; : or' assume cut. .6314. 7/17
,. sounder, 4 oats, Installation
unemployed '.and']: Supply.. Stark or KeystoneHt canvas top. .celleni.con- .ly. Par Information+tall orwrite {Thore I. no selling Involy- payments of 12.70 per M"COLOR available.move.Free estimates.HandyMan 3tchg "'31.
.- economically dlsadvohtaa- TFchg ANONY.Moult dition si.ooo iirm. Cbll' 704-497-9331 Rt. I, ed. You need only service month/ Whit. Sewing TV console model under Co. TRAVUTRAILIRi 24'Trophy
.. ,ed. I ratio dispatcher; 2 ALCOHOLICS -:. 964-0960. 7/17 Itchg. Whltller. NC 38789. 7/10 retail! account establishedfor Center, 3327 S.W. Archer. warranty. Pay off balance 964-8539. Fence L. Good condition! Completely .
4tchg7/3l. Road, Gainesville/ duo $186.30 cash 'or TFchg *elf-e*,,talned:
mechanic helper. ,7/17': you by nVe-cwnpany. ttnchg
Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. 17 ft. COMA with trailer. WATSON'S HOUSE OP
FREE PUPPIES leautllul
1tchg.L : Second you will awn a 7/17 assume. payments of A/Ci roll-up _nlng. Call
TFch Trlhull Hart. ,
115 VACUUMS Many brand
black mixed Cocker and
S19.IO month. While 964-0399. 7/17.
filmprocessing llchg
rotated mall ardor per ,
REMODELING BUILDING, ivlnrude. low hour Used
poodle. 964-6912. 'Itchg Assume 1979 of new vacuum
payments on Appliance
business. Sewing PIT BULL DOGS e weeks
NUMIi to MPAIRSi New kitchens, 12843313. 7/10 2tchg 7/17. machines available. Part
model at '".10 monthor Center 3527 S.W. Archer
work per old.ed and ready to
at the Baker Minimum Investment'
County baths family room. Brick 7/17 pay off balance of $196 Road Gainesville tfnchg and accessories! far oil .......
Health A.I. Whit. Sr.,
Dept.. Mocclenny block. S4995. Call Opr. 38 at go.
concrete. .
Fireplace IS PT.OiASTRON .oAT.22Shp WHY WORRY Lt us Installa ''cash. Under warranty. Sea 7/17 vacuum sytem 404 NW
.."I. Mutt fa* a registered specialists. GrIHIs Con. hull. andmany'deluxo burglar alarm In l-eOQ-824-78. or wile, .. 964-tl39. 7/17 3tpd 7/31.
V- Vinyl top your at Whit. Sewing and Appliance UMIROCKi 20 yd. semi 10th A. Gainesville.phone
,nurse; prefer one with one tructlon. Phone 473-9106 Nonce 2121 Montevallo NSW AND USED FURNITURE
homme ,
or busines.'HillsSecurity .
accessories.Just Center 3527 S.W.Archer ALLEN .. 3767110. TFchg
year's experience, but willconslder or 4732578.,TFehg Ilk. n.wl") Call'Galne..m. System Rood. S.W.. Birmingham, Road Gainesville.Nnchg load TAYLOR only.Lawtey. Phone UUESERRIESi You.pick or and appliance Porch
a recent SEWING MACHINES Alabama 35211. 7/17 ,rocker BARGAIN
4733549. lease ,
3763619. TFN, sales 7/17 order.
graduala, Contact Mr*. REPAIRED All'mak. ; 4tpd 7/3-24 Itcho. 7823172. TFchg We-plck on CENTER US 301 South
Betty Harden Nurse cleaned oiled :and ..... Mon.-Sat. from 8:006:30.Sun. : : 964-M79. TFchg
Supervisor, 904/259-6291 (usted. $10. Work 2:30-6:30.: Take SR 26 PLUMBING FIXTURES windows .
far appointment. 7/17 guaranteed. James to 200A (Earltan Rd). door*. pipes, plus
Stchg 7/24. Strickland corner Morgan Westslde of Big lake Santa .
10,000 other Items now at
Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg ,.. Sea sign. No dog
Bargain Cantor, US 301
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK SEE THIS WEEK please. Langneckar South Starko. 1FchgCY""S

VACUUM SALE SIRVICIt Pump-outs. Metros .Phone 475.1151 LUMBERS Mast any
Residential commercial before 8:30: or after 5:00.:
New It Used and Industrial. Fully llcen' e/S TFN.MIDIASID. else available Including
mantle (
ed. Phone 964.8121 WchgCARPINTMi pieces ampleprices
We finance our own. ; : 4"x4"x8' $3.70:
speclollilno In Baby, bad '$30; S.ar.Women' *
.Kirby. remodeling scrmAroom., .3-speed bike S2S: 1..8. SZ.40. Call
sun deck, concrete and Stephen Smith .2624.
Royals Living room choir $IS:
block work. Phone Bud For hart Hampton. 7/3 3tchg 7/31.
Spring-typo rocking
Open Viewing
964-7814. 3/28 TFchg H. : 4 LOTS Two 2." acres
1 loaf
Hoovers KEENS THIi SURCEONi SIS: Drop table $10: each. Cleared. SI.MO per
9647375. 7/17 1tpd.
Electroluxe Trimming removal: 14 yr*. r HIGH MAPLE SOOKCASIl ocr*. Two'.97 acre_tho
experience. Hove 59 ft. Partially claarod. $2250
Sear*'Queens' bucket.. 7823733.Fro estimates.Phone. TFchg. Call Office For Directions 964-5533 3 drawer helve enclosed behind gloss.bottom 1 per ment.acre Sol.: Small 10* Inc down Ownercan pay

We repair all makes 9/29. ., araa. '50.00..964-737S.
10 .t! flnanca. 7 ml. NW
AL YOUNG'S MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Foe- rR ..,('>Ia;';';,.,' 7/17 Itpd. lawtey. HWY I2S. Ph.
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964-6918 terry US-301 trained South mechanic'....60201 t .' ",.'.'" Bessent Rd. ........ 7823889. 7/J; 3lpd 7/17.

-, 3 mi. north of US 30171103tchg724 5/29 TFchg S.TVPIWMTIIIS 1974 SATELLITE SSLRINO
; ; r WANTED ttIC
AND Adding I Brown automatic radio.
\ Machines cleaned and ser good condition ,S300
viced. Phone 9646502. Executive Ham, Fireplace. large lot. 3 TO BUTs iCtcCASH down take over

Next to Telegraph. Itchg r e'w tiw bedrooms/ 2. baths, 2 patios, :2 car .. CASH it paymant 964-7082 after 7p.m.
7/17. ; 7/7 Itpd.
ThanksTo n door ,
automatic y
garage eye garage -
: BOOKKIEPINO 'SERVICE 9 For Used Mobil Horns tc
Dole Doug For A year experience In -all (+ 2,480 square feet enclosed area. iC W* Py Top Price :..tciL328..en

.. Srvlc Sander phase. Including taxes and } Veterans, no money down; FHA or Bond end 325-38O7W
Wouldn't Do government form 2800.00, down Price
on tow
7/17 21pd 7/24 473-7079 Ifchg after S 'P.M. 7/3 ax ; quest. ; .......... MOBILE HOME

$300 per 1000 envelopes. ad. INSURANCE'HOMEOWNERS
dressed. Guaranteed. W. MOBIL! HOMIUKVici

,furnish the envelope' and
postage. National 2024 w, '
HELP WANTED Freedom Blvd., Dept. F40.
Applications Are Freedom. CA 95019. 7/10 REASONABLE RATES
4tpd 7/31 r v -
Now Being Taken For NILL DO GENERAL a"'r : Sampson LakeEdifriunds.Rd. 0l7n7slliobiie

:Times Union Paper Housekeeping Monday Home Sales
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964-Z801Itpd .. .
tllruyFriday, ... '
.Route Call 1944-51' :; '/tTrf ,1.l .,.,......,e ,.......-. ."" -..-.. ..,.'..........", .,..-' ." FREE QUOTES
M n. }:'ri;:" "" :": :'" :AII\.NTIY ANP"""MASONRY' '-' ... Phone 864-5606 '
WORKi Build
9A.M.-5P.M.: llreplaces, -additions patio rir 4 Elaine M. Olin A gent

remodeling. Pros Frame Lake Deerfoot
on Sampson --
i estimates Trail-Beautiful view cedar & stucco Huntley .......,
Mutt Have Dependable Day.-473..47:1.: s
Transportation And Must Night*-782-390*. 7/17' construction;! Fireplace large deck Redfearn's iC'Looklnl For I :

3tpd7/31. Ready by July 30th.... only 5998000.
foil Cash land. SERVICES
Over 1,400 square feet. Veterans no :Mobile Hoene4c6pselst

.' money down; FHA 3500.00 down. 11734340or Now 12x80. iC
984.5534 BIRCH'S 9 4.5534 'tilt iC 7,998. Delivered And" iC

473.4252 ft Sot Up. 800.000
IIM PEST CONTROL SERVICES it Inventory To Choose i 1:
.. Repairs Of Major
re rWMfe' Prom. '?'
aoh' aoa'APolls ic
For Poilttv Osrmin-Bosoh Control ..", Electric Appliances Est Pllk it
,". Serving Bradford S Clay T' Mobil. Horn Ssles.
Special l Senior Citizen fl....? YESII :tc
a Jew Counties *32s-1.69 and 325'3'J.f

Lawrence Blvd. Keystone' ....... -
SPECIAL Sierra Drivej -


AND PAINTED View of Golf Course t V Stereo Equip. Tapes a Records


AND KOOL COATED df iA; r .' Yellow Brick Over 2,000 square feet 004-7923: and Service/

.PRESSURE CHAN EXTERIOR OF YOUR HOME x a e enclosed area 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, 112 E. Call St. Starke

REMOVE DAMAGING MILDEW lUGS AND STAINS.CTC. large room, fireplace 2 car garage,

Chemical Cleaning Con Usually Save You From An view of golf course. Will sell today ,for AUTO FURNITURE BOATVANN'S

Point.Expensive Paint Jab And Add Year To You Existing. $94,900. VA.... no money down will .1

Free Estimates ."Coating/ go Bond Program or .FHA. UPHOLSTERY SHOP
4 .
: 4 Miles South Of Starke Off 301
'1 25 Years Experience

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.r: Keystone
CALL COLLECT 964.!961 ,
Appointment At Your Convenience
.. .. p.m. Club Estates'Keystone Phone 964-8428

IN REMODELING Occoss/ons 'WellDrilling

1\1 OLD BATHS t :Area Ready Now. Weddings, etc.Closeup .
1 4h & .. ...
1. r ,,
Replace Those Worn Out Shabby Tile*., 1 2 bedrooms 2 both, fireplace, garage.Iorg.'roogfsf work ;

; Professionally Clean And Regroul Wells a Floors, enclosed area over '1,500 TED LANE Feat, Rotary
l .
squore'Jet make offer 9648279lok (Wiling, EquipmentPumps
.- Merbl Ourry e Ceramic Sf)sal Vinyl\ Vinyl.Tile. / '
KITCIIENS'TILEi ""P' .\,;, l Geneva.. .JtIi. '! '_

ROBERT 'i/mt: !... rlltuap,, I HKiri *4:18: ft. Lots

,' ......." .. .-,1'; ':' Ih'lIl rit'tlod. for 185U sq. .
SS4-7S30 i 1\J, d' '''''l' ri. 'minimum building

I ... ;. ...:, '; ,',;,. ':' IM'. d", ,,rj, -!/>' in Bradford County New i Used
Frea stlan'stesFILLJ.IMEROCK' ... ... '. ," '
-- SalesPartsService.
: 1"It '. ... I ,our Under
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-, $30 0b0'tlome7N
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it'M' '. '.V'nV'A Joe.356-6849.14brit.
(SEPTIC TANft INSTALLATIONSCall s ;: r\ *"* 24 h... New InstallationRemodeling t
i n "si iv? Speclo' Otir under 30000.00 home G;vol..3"7994.
.Jt (,,!r" "' )\' knowrf..JOe"lBradlord 'Bungalow"/ 2.. Repairs.a1flL.9tl1'J.

: CiRDIW BIOS: 9646180rINSTANTCASH ,' I'o : < ':. Jrv "X-: V'. '#>" bedroorns,.:&Jjo'th.kitchen, dining and .. .. ...... -...................----.

.. ..., .. '" under $1,500 down and Mobile
,$ 1'. ,' '' r r'-, l'great room -e4 ., -'IP9 ft-B-;..5
t :' I 'n r'_;((IPK *|H ''month' ie'
; $ : ', .. 't ,, ..ears, vPn'4dsuwt :- !4'.: poymentv-onder' $300.00 o Horn. ..
'" : ;t' through 6racffOfcjiCounty'Bond; Program,
FOR .. '
y ,' and we { 'No Down Payment with'J
This Is an expandable Mouse pay 4
JI-.o: ; sterling ftetwara, geld going; slivereelnsi .t" U VA Financing .r FHA .
dental rings gold;; ; diamond, pocket .....ch... any ,1<1 .I "i- .....kjui'f..... .. '- 'I.-I,' all closing costSv"Cheaper:: than buying,a. J 8% Down.,tS Yeari ,

form ef 10K. I4K. UK. 22K Geld'a"y fon..I1..... :' f.r' 1- .: '*, ",. .;?, .v"! :;..; MobttoSte, ,,,'.. "/? ft financing. Available" ,COMPANY

southeast geld end silverbuyery will ,bepeylegeskenlyi )! ,'I'. ;, ,,,, r.- J.I'I"o! III -..or'f" ;:iv'... iC Also'Good, Clean,UsedkjMco '?' .. ,,... .. l
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,, IOA.M. 7P.M. 5Bireciioiw ': _J* Mobil. Dome. '*.1.ir: :
I. IT 1" I 'Starke( Fla.(
: .. T325 1460.d _. .. ... ....
All trensoctlonswlll. be In seshenly 1 ,regardless Mare "340 .ww.I.984..7061: .-.
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:Photography Used to Enhance Data

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Of Projects at National Science FairST.

4 PAUL, Mln -Photo raphy of their land Commonwealth. "" ;aa the Kodak photography awards
may provide a key ta Improving tennis The I960 ISEF photography entries and recognition' from the Society 01
.trGk.., perfecting ttklar energy, ranged from astrophotography, to Photographic Scientist and
or developing new' type of ortho electron microscopy.; While-Weaver En neen.. Two top projects earned
dontic therapy concluded young and others used a creative Imaging their exhibitors al "xpelllle paid
scientist who presented projects at approach to document the progress of visits to the Nobel Prize ceremoniesin .
the Slst International Science and experiments Jackal, Jusino and Stockholm,Sweden.
,I' Engineering Fair (LSE?) held In the another group captured their data
St. Paul Civic Center May 54. first-hand.]
More than two-thirds o(the Kodak's panel. of scientist-judges
jects presented by, high school 'were Impressed with an Increasing FmHA Increases
students from all over the United use of photographs for making
States and three foreign countries: used scientific measurements, and as an
photography to enhance displays analytical tool. The projects Home Loans
of scientific data.For many working themselves displayed a concern for ,
5 __ with a camera was the primary. tool topical problems, such as alternateeneJ'l The Farmers' Home Administration
I for collecting Information., )' sources and acid rains.
' (FmHA) has raised
Income limits
Janice Anne
Jockel. 18, of Starke, Time-lapse photography made an
for above-moderate
4 used high motion pictures to Indispensable contribution to the home income rural
during three work of Nlel J. Porter 18, of Richfield -ownershlp loan guarantees
from $20,000 to 30,000 In the
different topspin strokes. She ,Utah.He set up a motion picture Michael 48 contiguous
ram states
feels that the camera with Hightower,
wrist equipped an Inter-
end state director for Florida
;: shoulder ball relationships valometer in the basement of his says.
1 of top tennis players' with those homeand photographed the early In higher cost areas, the limit was
of beginners Important Informationon ,growth, of plants as they were sub $40.000 raised for to $50.000 for Alaska and,.
Hawaii and Guam.
Improving these strokes will be to
meted varying amounts of light dal
Since the
gained. Jockel daughter of Mr, and ly. He tried to document the relationships above-moderate-income
Mrs. Richard Jockel: of Starke, was between these growth patterns guaranteed housing program for
one of ten Eastman Kodak Company'' and the circadian rhythm. rural areas was implemented by
$100 First Award Farmers Home at the beginning of
In "We've
Photography win seen an increased use of
Fiscal Year Individuals
1979 only and
enlargements In .
families with an adjusted Income
"I researched the sophisticated this year" reports Charlie
between $13,600 (
high speed photographic Fischer services moderate-income
equipment'that youth specialist for ,
is available,and decided that the Eastman,Kodak Company. "In the ceiling) and $20,000 were eligible toparticipate
same motion picture techniques could past many students depended on the States. in. the Continental United-
be used cost-effectively with small prints they receive from their
conventional equipment" the Bradford processing.labs.. They seem to be finding Is Farmers Home has Indicated there
High School senior says.She took that 5 x 7, 8 x 10,or larger prints adequate funding for this program
16 mm motion pictures exposed at M can provide additional detail and during fiscal year I960.VISIT .
frames per second and examined the more concise information.".
Individual frames on a microfilm: The larger prints, Fischer con
reader. By plotting the location of a tinues, makes it easy for both the AI r ----------.-..
series representing! the scientist and layman viewing the \
wrist, shoulder, racket, and baU she txtnind to quickly grasp 1 '
was able to examine these findings of the I 'THIS I
movements In detail. exhibitor.
Jockel adds that she first became Also seeing Increasing use were color I ,SUMMER I
Interested In photography while working slides Fischer notes. These were I ,
on her science project, but now projected on screens built Into I ,:
finds It a fascinating hobby. Many displays, 'or on self-contained US"Mj I
other entrants have long been Involved sound/slide players. The extra I II
with, photography and eagerly dimension of color provided a greater I
combined avocations In developing amount of Information that was
O their projects.One of these Is Kenneth easier to interpret in many projects I I
W. Weaver, Jr., who Is a yearbook he points out. '., .1
photographer for his high school In The 458 finalists in the 1980 ISEF, 6tifi.___r
Cocoa Beach, Fla. called the "world series" of junior
-, Weaver, 17, another First Award science, represented one of the
winner, put braces on rats and used largest fields of entrants ever for the
photography to document and International
compare competition. At stake
Shutter Bug... the amount of root resorpUon were numerous special honors, such
Award la photography, one of It, Janice's project also won a f 5*fourth during orthodontic therapy for the
Body analyst 15-year-old Bradford presented along with a 100th anniversary award from General Motors Foundation experimental rats and a control
High senior Janice Jockel. vied
medallion by Eastman Kodak and an honorable mention from group. Weaver, like the other First
mm movies to tennis
In analyze her topspinstrokes Company at the 31st International the Society of Photographic Scientist Award and 10 honorable mention winner FLORIDA THEATRE
winning $100 First
Science Fair In St.Psul. Minn. and Engineers. *, received a Kodak Centennial
Medallion for excellence in amateur '
photography, and a copy of the book Starke9645451Friday
'The Joy of Photography."
Gary Juslno, 18, of San German thru Tuesday
Puerto Rico was recognized by the
judges for his use of photography for WALT DISNEY '
the second straight year. He was the PRODUCTIONS _
USED CAR only First Award .,winner from'last "fRBI!: fiOfS Ail .'
year to repeat his success.: Jusino continued HgYlt i
his work in exploring the ..vit -.
ecological, biochemical and toxlcolo-: L J- BANANAS CLOSE OUT w gical aspects of twenty species of coral .. .. .
in his native Commonwealth. JIN Vm MTMUTl0.tT ,
Justno's vivid documentation
______ collected as he gathered data In offshore SHOWTIMES:
waters up to 30 feet deep. "I Friday- 7.00: & 8:50, Sat. a Sun. 5:10, 7.00: & 8:50
went Into the water In SCUBA. gear Mon. A Tues. T:30fSHOWS: ONE TIME
and I carried a Nikonos III underwater ONLY
1978 Zephyr Station Wagon C S camera," Jusino recall "1
wanted to record Information about 301 Drive In
6 Cyl., Auto, A/C, Luggage Rack, f the coral as they appeared In their -
natural surroundings. Obviously, it Friday thru
AM/FM 39,000 Miles $ 0 = would have been difficult to take Tuesday
notes under water. Instead color
photographs deal of .PLUS.
data that I could analyze amend compile \..

1977Thundarbird20r.Black + later.Startlingly" clear and sharp wide ) M
angle photographs showed each coral ,
w/Red Interior, in its native environment. These pictures f U C
be says, showed bow the coral
29,600 Miles, One Owner fit In with the other _ute in its

Car Air & Tinted Glass, Cloth 1 g7g-pudi 4 D r. 1 GO S helped habitat.make Closeups positive of Identification the subjects! : 8

Bench Seats. AM Radio, Owner easier. A
Double Sharp One AI In recent years. a .troI18 show- N
Deluxe Wheel Covers 36,000 Original Mile leg'.. made by a photo rapl caUy. N T
Economy oriented Puerto Rican contingent 01
Car Automatic Transmission young scientists. Three Puerto Rican it G
$37S5 entries, Including two from Jusino's RY
Air, Tinted Glass, AM/FM town of San German captured I
honorable mentions for their work.
1975 Torino Elite 2 Ora Stereo RadioWhite w/Red All concentrated: on oceanographic L
Interior. studies wellsuited to the rich sea life ,
2 Dr. AM/FM Stereo, Air, $399500

Tinted Glass, Tilt Wheel,

Super Soft Vinyl Seat, '

Interior Decor Group 1978 Plymouth Horizon SKEETE.8'S '

wSplit Bench Seats, :
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