Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
June 14, 1979
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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? Decision on 7th Graders

Due Here Monday Night

4+ A decision will be made Monday board meeting to talk about where said 143 students K-I were retained
night June 16. on whether to keep their children will attend school. down from 200 last year. She said that
seventh graders at crowded schools in last summer students were enrolled -
Brooker and Hampton or to bus them "Are conditions Intolerable?" asked In summer school In grades K-I
In to the middle school in Starke. the board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson. and 62 of those were promoted at the
school board indicated In a special end of the session.
;- meeting this past Monday night June "They'll be less than satisfactory"
: Casey said.LaWSCIn Approved a letter of engagementwith
1.a U.Supt.. Tom Casey again asked the said he was wondering If Certified Public Accountant Pat
4 'school board Monday night to approve the walls going up In the middle Farnsworth for the audit of the Internal
his plan for what grades will be school: might change the minds of accounts of the school system.
taught in each school for the 1979-80 some parents about their children at. Farnworth's letter contains new
term beginning in September. Casey tending school there. Parrish said he language so the audit will be carriedout
again suggested grades K-6 at wonders the same thing.In In accordance with statutes a
Brooker and Hampton Elementary matter on which the board was .
Schools K-7 middle criticized in the recent state audit. ;
,&-1-1 at the ) in SUrke, other action the board: The board agreed to the usual 13,300
and to12 at the high school in Starke. for the audit. Casey said if Farnsworth ,

School board members, however, -Approved Supt. Casey's recommended spends more time on the audit i
than usual because of the state
want to keep seventh graders in outly- appointments of non-
log schools next term. The board tabled instructional: employees for the summer regulations he will have to appear and
Casey's recommendation: when he and upcoming term, and approv. ask the.board for more money.
first ed summer Instructional employees
refused to coMnday again -Took no action on Casey's suggestion
night. -Was told that only 40 students have ,a series of year-end school Inventory
Where was agreement between signed up for summer school to run deletions when it became apparent -
Casey and the board that Brooker and June 25 through August 1 for grades that director of operations
a r* Hampton schools. are overcrowded. K-a, and that unless that number at Leonard Register could not certifythe
Classes were taught In the libraries least doubles no summer school will items have been delivered to the
this past term and at times principals be offered for grades K-a. Cur Operations Center property by the in-
r<, 1L offices were used for .meetings of riculum: coordinator: Lucille Payne divialCityePowerSupply schools.
small classes..
.There has been no growth In the
number of students but state man
dated special classes require more "
i'' y a l -tsarjc classrooms, Casey told the'board in '
answer to a question by board .* *i.,;\ .
member Arthur Gaskins. .

jc oollbol ullding?(funds have been available exhausted to .thesit by .5 OK, ,.for.5- 6 Years'J: :, : .1''

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Electric Head
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."It looks', unless we find a con-
siderable' amount of money, It'll be
K-6 at Brooker and Hampton for the Planning for future electrical generators is Still using diesel fuel I
next two or three yean/ Casey told power for city residents has promptedthe and workmen have to so far not been
the board. "I don't see crowding, Starke City Commission to In- able to determine why the engine can
students in one school where there .is vestigate the possibility of joining a not be converted over to burn natural
I room In another," Casey added. statewide network of electrical power gas. About $7,300 has already been \ "
nl2d.. .1 ,il a Find a concensus of the board companies. spent trying to solve that problem.

Pbll Savlll white shirt and tie In top photo explains to a It-member foreign ,.. Gasklns suggested to Casey so the Referred to as the grid the networkof That generator was Installed In 1976
: superintendent would know how to connecting power sources may and has never worked properly Dees
delegation how the U.S. Solar Energy Corp. headquartered just south of Hamp .
ton manufactures solar collector panels. ''ISa. plan in assigning students and hiring allow those who join to get electricity reported.!
;! teachers. from a future nuclear plant. Dees said customers: have been conserving -
The delegation tries out. two solar hot water heating systems set up la a shed ,
Gaskins made it plain he still and has
on USSC property. :' )" The city commission voted 4to energy peak use
Dr. Eric Farber at right above, Is the father of solar energy'research at the \; prefers to keep the seventh graders In seek.Information on joining the net. dropped over the past year.
Vniverslty of Florida. outlying school, if conditions aren'ttoo work with Commissioner Joe Warren Dees estimated that judging cur

: Savlll. right. Is director operations for USSC and conducted the tour for the vI .iit t bad. descenting. rent trends the city's: power supply
foreign delegation. Warren said the city could: get more should be adequate for at least five to.
"If we're crowded at Brooker and power from Florida Power and Light Six years.In .
Hampton, there's not reason we can't: by adding another substation rather other business at the June 5
sat out there," Gaskins than Joining the grid which he said meeting the commission heard a :
R1 I Solar Power Demonstratred to Foreigners would be much more expensive. Warren report on the progress of the three \ "
::= said another substation would year program to improve the sewer i)> I
;"I'm just 'looking at children;!' cost only $90,000 while joining the system Consulting Engineer Don }i .
! -.Delegates: from 19 foreign nations luring facilities on SR-323 just 1.S based solar energy equipment Ii i
, Casey said."Well other option would cost: $3 million. Ruckman said the city: has reached i o
.r became prospective customers of miles south of Hampton.The endeavor Webb Farber the son of
the list for and
Commission Harold priority funding i :
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local U.S. solar energy technology Dr. Farber, is a partner In United '
delegates included I them where for be available I'
last week when visited the U.S. representatives States Solar say keep they disagreed with the cost estimationsby money repairs may I
they Corp. (USSC and vice-
from Peru ara Gaskins stated. by the of 1980. .
Ethiopia Jordan ;, Warren and asked him where he summer ;.
; Solar Energy Corporation maunfac- India, Tanzania. Portugal Nepal, president of Design and Operations.The got the figures. Ruckman said the negotiations for I

.:. Guana Guatemala Bangladesh visitors watched a 30-mlnute >,'w u, it'll stay like it .is." Casey Warren did not respond to the question land to operate a spray irrigation j (
Thailand and Korea. The group of 28 slide show on the technology of solar replied. .' and gave no details to Indicatethe field are continuing: with news on the } ;Ii
is on a tour of solar Installations In energy narrated by Webb Farber. '",r source of his estimations. transaction expected in two weeks. ,
+lttt seven U.S. cities including Albuquerque Then they went outside to see solar "If the majority of the board wantsit Merrill Dees who heads the electrical Joe Kerrigan raised another topic.: :
\iJ1t' t1Uln cr' Tuscon. and Denver as well as equipment in use and being raanufac- I'll take it off the table," said : department said the city: cur: He said the city should save the old city '.
Gainesville and the University of h.ared. Gaskins. rently gets SB percent of Its electrical hall building for use as a communl- '
Florida where Dr. Eric of A shed on the complex, built on the power through the FPL substation.He ty center. He said the city: didn't need :
the foremost authorities on solar sight of SaviU's home In a Board member J.T. Fairish said he said the city's power plant pro- more parking space and the old city:
energy In the country: does his area south of( Hampton houses swampy two wouldn't move to take the matter off vides the remainder of power needs hall would be useful In its present
research. demonstration solar water heaters. the table Monday night because mostly by burning natural gas allocations location. I
Philip Savlll is president and director I several people have told him they In the generators. No decision was made on moving I i
of operations of the Hampton.* (see page 12) I plan to be at next week's regular He said the largest, of the eight the old city: hall. t i



Mead.,.Iu_ II" .' :improper; Police Procedures Aired WhitworthSays:! ?: ;

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..t Mahodt..t ChVld State Attorney Gene ,WhitworthJ conviction on the improper conduct: the charge after a two-day trial In circuit : record keeping. Bowen said keeping 1. Failure to perform his duty to enforce ":
,...,..... .' decided last week that enough information misdemeanors in county court wouldbe court. evidence properly will be much easier all traffic violations occurring: : :'1 I
..2"' ,.A4uIt VAs. 'J concerning Improper -procedures to Improve law enforcement In Hardy said he told Hebert after the when the new police station .is com in the city .?. l
34,0.11.22 of the Stance Police Deportment Starke. verdict was In that he believed the pleted. He said a lack: of space ,
i.4.. . .. S. .. had been aired and dropped further Whether Bowen was found guilty of Other charges: should be dropped created much of the problem in the :i. Directing officers: under him'torefrain ; ,iJ,i \
Ilk*wri llh..*..N..1/02' : prosecution of Police Chief Jim the misdemeanor charges: was secondary because the case had created hard station apace within the old city hall. from arresting certain .
DI_..l ; my Bowen. to "getting back to good law enforcement feelings and bad publicity for the citizens suspected .of violating the t I. r I The grand jury, acting: on information law. r.
: According to First Assistant State Hebert said. state attorney's office. % : '
.. . Attorney Ken Hebert. the grand jury presented by the state attorney'soffice 3. Directing his '
.Y.i.. Bowen said this week that lie would Hardy indicated that most community outlined several problems in officers to avoid :
I c 1c.hooI...,. I:: report outlined the problems in the be working with the state attorneys residents saw charging the administration of law enforcement patrolling and enforcing the law;in :''
....... >., ,' police: operation In Starke and pledgesbave office to answer the complaints: In the Bowen with perjury In an incident In Starke. certain designated, areas of the city
now been made to the
7,..... situation. Improve police operation raised by the grand four years ago as a 'picky: thing to Charges leveled against Bowen In 4. It t' '
do." Allowing Sunday liquor sales to to ;I. r r
'.: Hebert said the assistant state at Jury. The chief said problems with county. cour1lncluded. : '. unrestrained In certain .,
offer his
Hardy declined to own opinion areas
keeping H
-"er.lvHlt ;'J 'J' t-i
I' . . .. .. '.. torneys Starke were aware of the from a ckptlestemmed: : of the charges against Bowen ,
..... discussions to drop the charges the state attorney's 5.Failure to promptly transmit crime p
c-clt i hall presented by personnel
CIty police station and that would be
against Bowen but he and Whltworth to the State
....... 7,..... ': solved when the new police station is reports Attorney's office :
.'. ... ... . .. .' made the decision. completed on Temple Avenue beside It would serve no'purpose to air any Index. .. :4 II
Charges were also dropped
Lewter Cevlldl Police against the old armory. recrimination.: Hardy said. "They ,e. Willfully and corruptly: I:
Capt. Scotty Rhoden. Rhoden taking Into
had do and did and It's
a job to
avM.Nng73O .... was charged: .with the theft of some Attorney Dudley Hardy, who over with/' Hardy said TWO SUCTIONS his possession firearms resulting t ,,
cigarettes and cash valued at less represented Bowen In court said he SECTION AI from criminal investigations and not I
.. Courtesy. than $100 from a vending coaching at talked with Hebert after the trial end- chief 'Bowen Intends lo fullycooperate Society... ... ...... Pates IA-4A delivering them to the Sheriffs office. t tf
; the Kentucky Fried Chicken ed last week. Bowes* was found innocent with the state attorney's office. Editorial... .,....,.".. .....SA f
JACkS@N'S SVI1HN6SiPftY restaurant In June of 1974. at a perjury charge stemming : He also will comply with the News. .... UUArAHA.UA,7a, I.,. Personally' 'retaining !Items' +.,'W '
Assistant State Attorney Len from 1975 incident in which he was recommendations of the grand jury In L..I.-.t. FagerA :evidence at his residence.; ::1
of Sarke : Register, who works In the Bradford accused of ordering police officers to so far us he Is able with the present '*. Failing find 'aq 1
,, I'.. office said last week he shoot stray dogs. Bowen, allegedly budget and personnel. SECTION aW : '- to Investigate report
'Hwy Ml -,904-EoJ8'K.ylon. thought the misdemeanor charges told the grand jury he gave no such Hardy pointed out that a majorcomplaint So fti.... Pages.. 1BSBtOfelluarles. officer ty larceny.(Rhoden) for,commuting pet.. 1 !
,; MctghM': 1. would be prosecuted despite the jury order. Several officers said Bowen of the grand jury against... :. Pis 40 ,, $ '
tfwy 100 And2t:A :", I .finding on the perjury charge: did give that order: I.>,' ...*' potice- department'was the InV -C..IIIMIAt;, t .t.fI* ,' 9.'And two COuntS .Wtq'lo thi: '' 473-4973 Hebert said the best benefit of a The jury found Bowen Innocent of proper custody of evidence and shooting I incident: > 'i
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Pages TELEGRAPH!: June 14.117.

Warren Willis Singers To Present Concert

June 14 At First Methodist Church ',' fYlwm fooia

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The Warren Willis Singers will present Washington D.C., the Cumberland
a concert at the First United Civic Center In Maryland, aboard the
Methodist Church in Starke on Thurs- SS Flavla and in Nassau and gl.J" 00/ Socl l &lilort 964- 760& !'v. ;, )" ;b,. ,, ''','
day evening June I.. at 7:30 p.m. Freeport. They have recorded two : ? ,
The public invited to attend. albums and have sung on National
The group Is made up of young people television
from the local United Methodist The MMfRit tour will take the group I

area.Churches in the Plant. City Florida Augustine to TaNMBfssM',, Gainesville, Jacksonville and Starke.St. Two Couples Wed June 9 in Double Wedding at Church of God

In the past the group has been on The group Is presently under the Starke Church of God was the setting ding and reception. Standing in the
tour and presented concerts at the direction of Mr. Ed Keiser and will for a double wedding Saturday. receiving line were brides, gtoohis
Captial and the Lincoln Memorial in make the above tour through north June 8, at 8 p.m. with Rev. Donald and their parents. :. '
Florida from June 12 to June 17. Willis performing the nuptials. The bride's table was covered:.with
Meth. Bible School Repeating their vows were Lillie a white lace cloth over blue luWand;
New ArrivalsFrancis Mae Cannon, daughter of Mrs. centered with four-tiered wedding(
Next Week 7-9 P.M. : William Cannon of Starke and Otis cakes with columns, accented;With
1 1r Edward Starling, son of Mr. and Mrs. stairs on either side with miniature
Vacation Church School will be heldat City Joyce Bryant of Lake Paul Starling of Klngsley Lake, and bridesmaids and ushers in the i Aide's
the First United Methodist announce the birth of a daughter Cheri Lynn starling of
Church Jo daughter chosen colors. Under the four tiers
next Monday to Friday June 18-22, Tammy Hospital. born May 18 at Lake City and Mrs. Paul Starling and Andrew was a fountain with blue flowing
from 7 to 9 p.m. for ages 2 through Paternal Brooks son of Mr. and Mrs. David water surrounded with leather leaf
adult. and Carrie grandparents Rosier of Starke.are Shelbert Brooks of Branford. fern, baby's breath and two pall

-_.__-. I.... ---: 1 ._, Highlighting the altar was a 21 turtle doves.
branch candelabra
in the
center The cake was decorated with white
flanked by two seven-branch roses cherlbums wedding belts and
candelabra, two baskets of mixed doves and topped;; with a huge heart
The Steakman spring flowers and palms. Fern and and white doves. The cake waft tank
white candles were on the organ and ed on either side with five-branched

piano.Miss. caldelabras with blue tapers. ,Silver.
Does It AgainSHRIMP Martha Smith organist Miss
Ellen George,pianist and Mrs. Diane Mr.and Mrs.Andrew Brooks
Hughes and Mrs. Sylvia Reddish

'd r soloists presented a program of nup wore picture hats With tne same cob
tial music. ors of their gowns, and they carried /
Carl Bedford served as best man similar nosegays.
for Otis Starling and David Brooks Joann Croft was flower girl for Miss
was best man for his son, Andrew Starling. She wore a long white gown
Brooks Ushers were Dale Bedford, with pink flowers and carried a white
Dennis Starling, Ronnie Creamer
wicker basket. Michael Swanson was
Howard Starling Billy Melson andRobbie ringbearer.Miss .
Marianne Jackson, George; Cannon, given In marriage by t
4 ea Mrs. Sara Bedford was matron of her brother, Louis Cannon wore a
David McMillian honor for Miss Cannon. She
wore a long white A-line qiana knit gown
long peach print gown with satin rib- trimmed In tiny daisy lace with long h
To Wed June 23 bon at the waist. She wore a picture sheer sleeves with cuffs, high collar
hat on peach with peach lace and a sheer the neckline
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson, Sr. streamer. She carried a nosegay of accented with daisy lace. Her Juliet
announce the approaching marriageof mixed spring flowers centered with a cap of tiny daisy lace secured her
21 Pc. their daughter, Marianne Mica to candle. fingertip veil of illusion. The gown
David Michael McMillian, son of Mr. Miss Cannon's attendants were also featured a chapel train trimmedin
and Mrs. Ira Leggett all of Starke. Thelma Cannon, Ann Cannon and daisy lace.She carried a nosegay of :' :
and ;
The wedding will take place Saturday Sharon Terrell. Their gowns were mixed spring flowers with white satin Mrs.Oil Starling;
June 23 at 3 p.m. at the home of fashioned the same as the honor at- streamers.
the bride's parents, 811 Ash Street, tendant except in colors of yellow Miss Starling given in marriage by dishes held nuts and mints. The a1te
Starke, with a reception following.All pink and blue.They wore picture hats her father wore a long white, full was made by Mrs. Schmitt and. ...Jtts..
DINNER I FColeSlaws' friends and relatives are Invitedto and carried nosegays, same as the skirt gown of chantilly lace with fitted Coleman. : .j
attend. honor attendant. waistline, long cuffed sleeves of chantilly The wall behind the cake table was
ii. Miss Cannon had Glenda Rosier as lace and bodice of sheer chantilly centered with a blue cross holding
flower girl In a gown similar to the at- accented with florets of lace and high silver wedding rings, flanked 'on
for $265 Homemakers To Hold tendants. Gary Coleman was ring standup collar. Her ,Juliet cap of either side with miniature blue wed-
01'\1 bearer. chantilly lace secured her fingertipveil ding bells and palms. Cutting ghe
Miss Linda Myrlck was maid of of illusion and waist length train cakes were Mrs. Dot Leach, Barbara
Workshop Juno 21, c' honor for Miss Starling. She wore*a trimmed in chantilly lace. She car- Norman and Sandra Melson. ?.
f long lavendar print gown with satin rled a bible topped with a cascade Mrs. Elaine Miller kept the Bride's(
oa( WI aaaEUL3P Bradford County Homemaker'sclub ribbon at the waist. She wore a picture bouquet of red roses, white baby's book for Miss Starling and Mrs. Kelli
will hold a miscellaneous hat of lavendar with lavendar breath and white satin ribbons.A Cason kept the bride's book for Miss
workshop June lace streamer. She carried a nosegay reception held for both Cannon. The bride's book table'Ws
Thursday was
21, at 10
( a.m. at the Agriculture Building in of mixed spring flowers centered witha couples In the church Fellowship Hall covered with white lace over yellow
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Starke. where ferns, palms and baskets of and centered with two silver cdhtfle
Miss Starling's attendants sticks with
All members and visitors are In- were mixed spring flowers were placed at yellow tapers surroundedwith
1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke FLorida 064-6587 vited to attend and are asked tQ.carry Belinda Melson. Loretta Beasley and points of interest. leather leaf fern and yelfow
a."brown bag" lunch. Cindy DeWitt. They were attired Greeting the guests at the door daisies. White feather pens were'l

--------- ___ __ _____u___ same_as the maid of_honor.except. in were_ _Mrs. Charles Schmitt and Ms. ed..;. ______ '_LL ,-.IJ.,'::.:*
"UJUJ.U IS""-:-. uulI:. ."Q.peacn. 'jnel Gail coieman, directors of the wed- inepuncn la Die was covered wuna:
white lace cloth over pink linerandcentered
ttSTAMJSHIO IK4 with a huge punch fountain: :
flanked by two five-branch pewter
anccs candelabras with pink tapers"l ll >'r
M A to IAVINr 1M f UIHf AtI compotes held nuts and mints; 'At
'either end was Boptop: fern. Presidfrtg
t'the purlch tabf 1wel'et MsY: lgerie I ,
,,.hax// )' ; Mrhl.mrDnl! t
The / : 'tbid''lviIs l
I overlaid with a peach clout: and
I centered with a ball and chain.'handcuffs -
i and Billy jack flanked on- ither
-.;:: .side with two chocolate groom's
Tired of : cakes served by Mrs. Betty Morgan,
Mrs. Carlene Eunice and Mrs. Lisa
sleepless nights? ,, Leach. . GENERAL ELECTRIC The coffee table was covered with a
y uo we have a sale for you!( white lace cloth over purple and beMa

CVM Ml.MM M*..N.N.IL.If.a.Of ._...MMMNtf M mIIUIW.sM, ..d..,_. ', silver coffee service encircled by
fty MM)* a.fl ttm> W.I.INM
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Mffhta MM*wtM- YNf ** nv IMO
'1(". Presiding at the table was Mrs.:N'emt
,,,,., Ruth Kirkland.
r...+.....a wfu..wulsNw. The children's punch table.was
covered with white lace over
...... held a silver punch bowl encircled
: + gpVE gpVE gAVE with fern and blue statice. Sify'e
r40aa rB000 rtOt)0 trays held mints, nuts and wedding
cookies and was presided over .by
Mrs. Shirley Starling. ':
The rice bag and gift table: was
f'..'. ; covered with a white lace cloth overf t
green. Silver trays held colored.rIce
q ,, in white lace bags tied with pasc.l(", rl| >,
I ii t eta a1I bons.Presiding at the table were Mrs.,
.y Debra Swanson and Miss Dawn Sw \h;|

1 son.Both couples are residing in SlarTpi d ;

FR EE Z ER Both couples are BUS graduates;
Economical /7 Miss Cannon is employed at Ca'diUac
Sewing factory,and Mr. Starling and
Y Mr. Brooks work for Gator

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FOOD t' .ZprlcessStart AtS ;x',' ".', Mr. and Mrs. Emory. : Duncan of f

FREEZER ?- Law ley announce the approaching
S 00000 DUJ 0 marriage of their daughter, Evelyn, 5 .
: rnE[] to Rev. Alton Thornton son of.Mjrs. i
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td I Take Up To 2 Years To Pay i,, j .. Thornton Carma Thornton, also of and Law the tey.late John., ."N.. {;

( The wedding will be an event Of FriI I
'day, June 15. at 7:30: p.m. in *
'm'..' Qn1y, Evergreen Baptist Church In L o.tey. j"

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June 14, !*?' TE&JlrAPH P.;;a'IjJ I

: Debbie Edwards Methodist Seniors Cassie Reddick, (.,,sr .

I f'. Matt Hull ToVedJune30 p Honored at Dinner John Cooper MiN Anita Green of rtoreace, &C

; : To Wed June 16 pent Thursday to her
a Party June 10 parents.Mr.and Mr*. Grea.

; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Eight Methodist graduates were Cawie Lynn Roddick and Johnle En ride on the Sliver
Jr.. announce the entertained at a dinner party Sunday =Silver Sprints\ and picnic .
: ... approaching mar Steven Cooper will be! united in marriage
the home of Dr. and Mrs
of their evening at were Fatly end
fiage daughter Deborah Lea, Saturday, June us, at 2 p.m. in
Joel Matthew Hull, Jr son of Mr J.E Denmark !given by the United the First Baptist Church,!Mark_,witha Pat Watch and MIl Chad VoocUle
and, Mn Joel Matthew Hull, Sr. of Methodist Women. reception following in the and Benton Futch, Louise Bell,
=.*.a1atka. Methodist graduates are Andrea Fellowship Hall. Darlene and Mike Lee and eon. ,Chris,
The garden wedding and reception a Eaves, Nelson Green,John Denmark All friends and relatives are Invitedto and Linda and Steve Thomaa*ad eon
.will be held at the home of the bride Patty Mullins. Doug Reddish, Scott attend. Blake
';:to-be parents' home on Edwards' I Roberts Pat Mundorff and Sarah

"Road,Saturday,June 30, at 4 p,m. r Biggs.As Philip Brown of Sacramento.Calif
,. .Mr. and Mrs Hull. Sr. will be the guests arrived they were Marian Jenkins, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs
remembered as former Starke on the patio. Four din- Robert L. Brown, who have moved
.::..residents while Mr. Hull was ing were arranged around the 41k! JosephMarbury ', back to Starke from Acworth, Ga.
TI associated with the Bradford County pool. Each table was centered with a
I .School system bud vase holding a rose bud and Ivy. Mrs. John M. Flynn returned Mon
;' All friends and relatives are invited n. At each place setting was a card and To Wed June 30 day after spending four daw In

,jo attend the wedding and reception. Parker Pen. 1 Barbara Fischer Donald Hal Paulsboro, N.Y. attending a family
The buffet table was centered witha wedding. Mrs. Flynn was accompanied
Rev and Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins,
Rita M. Frey, large cake decorated with daisies Barbara Fischer Sr., request your presence as their by Mrs Alma Flynn of
and centered with "Class 0179" and a Jacksonville, who remained for the
:Weeks '>."" daughter Marian Angela, is Joined In
UDC Holds William Guida tiny diploma. to Marbury of summer.
Among those attending with the Donald E. Hale holy matrimony Joseph

::Installation and \*. Denmarks were Dr. and Mrs. 11.11. Stamford The Conn. will be held at St. Miss Minnie Marcionny of Starke
WedJune2 < Adams, Rev. and Mrs. George To Wed ceremony
Sept. 8 Johns Baptist Church in Melrose on celebrated her 97th birthday June 4 at
Harper, Don Denton, Mrs Richard the home of her daughter, Mrs.
luncheon at
June 30 2:30
., June 6 The Western Steer Steak House Little and Mr. and Mrs.Jack Eaves. ,,Mr and Mrs. Omer Henry Fischer The public: Is p.m invited to the receptions Natalie Thornton. Mrs. Marcionny
held its first wedding party on Saturday of Floral City announce the engage- which follow at the church and received a birthday card signed by
The W.T. Weeks chapter of UDC evening, June 2, when an ment of their daughter, Barbara at the home of Rev. and Mrs.Jenkins President and Mrs. Jimmy Carter.
met last Wednesday, June 6, at the employee Rita M. Frey and William George Prevatts Shelley Fischer, to Donald Ethridge
:Ktngsley Lake home of Mrs. W.B. Guida were married by Justice of the Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mary Beth Peacock of Jacksonville
Mundy for their annual covered dish Peace Virginia Beggs of Waldo. Are Hosts AtRehearsal Malette Hale of Lake Butler and Thomas ReunionThe visited her grandmother, Mrs;Bertha
puncheon and Installation of officers. The couple was attended by Mrs. Keystone Heights. Pearce on Sunday.Mr. .
.- Co-hostesses were Mrs. Charley E. Guida's children, Andy and Cindy ? :.Miss Fischer is attending the.
Johns and Mrs. Guy Sale. Frey, ,also Mr. and Mrs. Alexander DinnerThe University of Florida and Is a candidate descendants of Ben and and Mrs Jerome Johns gave a
President Mrs. Herbert Thomas (Sandra) Lutz. Sandy is also an for a Bachelor of Science Margaret Thomas will gather Sun surprise birthday family dinner Sun-
resided over the meeting. Mrs employee of Western Steer. rehearsal dinner for the June 9 Business Administration Degree, day,June 17,at the Lake Butler Community day at their home on Crystal Lake for
Mildred Wiesgerber of Keystone The Guidas will be reslding'in the wedding of Jackaon Prevatt and Terri with a concentration in Finance, Center for their family reu- her mother, Mrs. J.M. Howard.Sr. of
Heights read poem on "Hope" and Ocala area.DeWitt. Aljets was given by Mr. and Mrs. August 1979. She Is a member the nion. Lake Butler. Helping to celebrate the
j Mrs. L.G. Powell gave from memory George F. Prevatt on Friday, June 8 Delta Delta Delta Fraternity; the Phi A covered dish lunch will be spreadat occasion were Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
the poem "Pilgrim Way". C Jones at 8 PM at the Western Steer in Chi Theta National Business Fraternity 12:30: p.m. Allfriends and relatives Howard Jr. and son John III of Lake
I ,=;'Mrs. Lester Crews Installed the Starke.A and the Florida Blue Key are asked to make plans to attend. Butler, Miss Paige Howard of Lake
following officers for 1979-80: presi centerpiece incorporating the Speakers'Bureau. City and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
To Be
dent Mrs. Lester Crews; vice- HonoredOn chosen wedding colors decorated the Mr. Hale is attending the University ,---------------_. Williams and lon, Mark.

t president, Mrs. Herbert Thomas; head table. of Florida and is a candidate for a
treasurer, Mrs. H.L. Speer; BirthdayMr. Approximately thirty guests at- Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science Mrs. W.B. Griffis and Mrs. Trudie Mrs. John Stringer and daughter.
I secretary, Mrs. W.B. Munday; tended, Including members of the Degree, with a concentration In Crosby of Maxville were Monday Rebecca of Pleasant Hill. Ala were
I historian Mrs. Elzie Sanders, co- and Mrs Harold Johnson and wedding party, Dr. and Mrs. Hand, Political Science, August 1979. He Is a visitors of Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
historian( Mrs. Mildred and other family members. member of the M.R. Judd for three weeks
I Wiesgerber; the staff of the DeWitt C. Jones Kappa Kappa Psi National
The chose this occasion to
registrar, Miss Norma Canova; Funeral Home will honor Mr. Joneson groom Band .Fraternity; the University -
chaplain, Mrs. Walla Lipsey. his Both present the groomsmen with of Florida Gator Marching Band;
birthday with an ,
open monogrammed crystal beer as
Attending were 23 members and mugs and a University of Florida student
house from three to five o'clock
on the
of occasion.
three visitors, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Sunday, June 24. momentos body representative in District television -
Mrs C.G. Hill and Mrs. Martha behalf of Con-
All friends in Bradford, Clay,Union appearances on

.Dorko... .. and invited Alachua to attend.Brenda Counties. are cordially Stern's Piano Pupils gressman The wedding Don Fuqua.will take. District place at 2. Our 1 sl !:a fn. MINI i

Lady of Fatima Church, Inverness, r
:: Cannon-Starling Present RecitalThe Florida, September 8, 1979, at 2:00: L. r. 13n ?'r'a

... So pp.Leonard P.M. Ip'airaal, .

Starling-Brooks,. Griffis piano pupils of Louise Marie
presented in their spring '
Stern were Herman Schoenings
Rehearsal Dinner recital Monday evening, June 11 at
Wedding June 15 the First Baptist Church FellowshipHall. + : .
'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starling and Mr.add Celebrate 19thAnniversary

Mrs David Brooks were hosts ala The wedding of Brenda Lynn Sapp Composer statuettes were :
,, rehearsal dinner June 7 at the and Leonard Victor Griffis will be an presented to those students who had June 7 11 .
.Fellowship Hall of the Starke Church event of Friday, June 15 at 8 p.m. at completed one section of the Progressive
4 of God for their sons and bride-elects, the Madison Street Baptist Church Series Theory Course duringthe
1 Lillie Mae Cannon, Otis Starling, with the reception following in the school year.Following The Merchants Dixie Youth
Cheri Lynn Starling and Andrew Fellowship Hall. the recital a social hour baseball team surprised their coach
Brooks. All friends and relatives are Invitedto under the direction of Mrs. Sandra and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
The tables were covered with blue attend. Reddish and Mrs. Linda Kay Johns Schoening last Thursday with cake
I linen cloths and each table was was enjoyed. Ms. Stern assisted In and ice cream after their ball gameon as a :
centered with pink tapers in silver serving decorated musical cake the Schoenings 19th wedding anniversary '

candlesticks encircled with leather mints nuts, Pepsi-Cola and .
William squares ,
MugginsMr The was held at the concession !
leaf fern and blue hydrangeas. The coffee. party
I' ,head table was centered with a bride Members of the class are: Viva stand at the Westside ball field. TToIacIIAW'r

and groom on a pedestal),surrounded ,' r t'f/ : '''';.'' I ,,RiIey.Tricia Parado,D )\:.Thompson <'.,The \team presented the roach! with ,
by fern ,biue hydrangeas: / ,.and pink : Cindy Parado. 4 A bpi) a trromenfggM ahe ':"
'', andkiluQ/apRlajp,$sly>tv.' .rlT d; -'"- k$.ri..:... Oir n 1.' ..} Th re a.Mt'CoIJumj; 4'TNoun, I I 1Mai. .r? ..,, +-:
1 Place cards marked the seating of the Teresa Griffis, Kevin i-**r 1'1' ------' i

wedding parties. Mr. and Mrs Billy Huggins Wise. Lisa Alvarez Carlos. A. Her .Joan Chitty and daughters attended U.3, 301 3. 984.8853 Starke, Fla.
The two couples presented the wed- gave nandez and Randy Parado. the graduation of her Ion
party Thursday evening, June 7, for
.ding attendants with gifts after dinner of
from the University
Randal Chitty
their William
son, Spencer Huggins,
which was followed with the wedding
Florida on Sunday
on his first birthday.The .
rehearsal. party was held in the yard of Tamara Etheridge,

their home on Milton Terrace where ..
Miss Brenda ----
Sapp the Baby Bear theme was carried out
in the table cloth, cake and center. MarkMosely '
Honored atBridesmaids piece. pm I
Among the 17 attending between the To Wed June 16 Summer

Dinner hours of 7 and 8:30 pm. were little
William's brothers, Michael 7
age The wedding of Miss Tamara
and Andy, age 4, and his grandparents Etheridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Miss Brenda Lynn Sapp, fiancee of !Mr. and Mrs.James Norman Kenneth Etheridge of Hampton to
Victor Griffis. whose wedding will be and Mr. and Mrs George Huggins. Mark Mosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Registration
an event of June IS, was honored at a On Sunday afternoon William also Lloyd E. Moiley of Starke will be an
bridesmaid's dinner June 11 given by celebrated his first birthday with event of Saturday, June 18 at 8 p.m. .
Mrs Bill Dodd. Mrs. Charles Bostick Josh Craine, also age 1, with an ice at the Starke Church of God with a .
and Mrs. Ruth Castor of Gainesvilleand cream party. reception following in the FellowshipHall.
Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs. Guy Sale Among those attending were Josh's .
and Mrs. W.B. Mundy of Starke at the parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard All friends! and relatives are cor- \Registration for credit classes at Santa Fe Community College

Western Steer Steak House. Craine. dially invited to attend. .,,, '
covered with white .
The table was a

cutwork cloth and centered with a Ul'.'..I\T": BltllMiK; <. STARKE CENTER
five-branch silver BrookerVBS '
cake flanked by CMHKKM.LTSMrs. :
candelabras with white tapers. and Cecelia Ter-
Lucile Green
Shasta daisies and fern were used on illegar and Lora Francis and Rhea June 18-22 ". / BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

yellow satin ribbon on the center of Johnson tied for first place at I' STARKE, FLORIDA
the table. Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. i
Place cards marked the seating arrangement Ida Shaw'and Mrs S.W.' Hamiltonwere A five-day Vacation Bible School is 964-5382'
for the 22 guests. second. set Monday through Friday. June /p4, ; I
The guests were greeted by the 18.22, at Brooker Baptist Church. ->,
bride-elect, her mother Mrs. John Sessions are schedule from 7-9 Course Sec Id Course Title Time Days Cr InstructorSUMMER
----------------- p.m.
Sapp. her fiancee's mother. Mrs. each night. Classes will be offered for 4I!r.:.. ... .
Woodrow Griffis. and two grandmothers .... .
\Mrs William Dodd.Sr.and Mrs J.H. Fields has had as visitors all ages Vacation including Blble.School adults. set : t. ," Mrs. Carl Sapp. !Mrs Robert Tanner of Baldwin on A parade ; TERM (B)
for 3 and to start from the church
of last and Mr and
The honoree was presented with a Wednesday week "
!Mrs. Charles Fields of Jacksonvilleon will kick things off.
silver tray from her hostesses as a
momento of the occasion Sunday afternoon. BSC1030 'B61 P Biology;/ and Human Values 7:009:45n' MW, 3. Jockel : JS j
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Investment v 30> Mo To 4Yrs. .4., Thursday, June 21. Registration 8:00: a.rn to 1:30: p.m. i

They Are Subject Tow 6'/ % 6:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m. '.' '

Penalties. Money' 4" yrs. 7 / % r,i , "
Withdrawn Before, 'assbookrate :,.,#? ", Tuesday, June 26 Registration 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ; "

Maturity DrawsRegular I :I*.#;;s., ,' -" :IC;: J I"f'* ;" '!:il L. : 6:00p.m.: t08'COp': "' l.',." \

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Drive In Hours Walk-In Bank Hrs. t"t 4 .

for'Your Convenience l. Our summer rates are now in effect. All classes that are normally $14.00 per credit 1 ,
: VOO.a.m.; To 2 p.m. "
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Helen Johns Cares About Her Students vo?u ow ve"lot CYPRESS CREEK CLOGGERS 'ooh+0h a ,r; Y

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Helen Johns never wanted to be school teacher. graders, back into the room, they are "I'm not a babysitter," she em- Friday, Saturday, & Sunday,
anything else. "Education constantly changes," I quiet. Almost silent Discipline Is phaticaiiy states
"I just always grew up knowingthat she says "But good parents have ]practiced in this classroom. After Although situations in the June 15-17
I was going to be a teacher, says always been Interested In their 'watching Mrs. Johns with the classroom can be frustatlng :'ie
the Bradford County Teacher of the children. I try very hard to work with I students It is obvious the children en- sometimes Mrs. Johns says she has
Year. the children's parents" Jo class. They are learning. never considered
seriously retiring. '
The first-grade teacher at Starke Johns says there are many good When she asks the class a question "It's gratifying," she says. ?640 Acres 2 Natural Springs o Longest Run,
Elementary has learned quite a lot W hands shoot in unison. The classroom become loud i i't
up The does on Suwanee River o 1 Mile Frontage) on
during her 37 as an elementary
years 4 children are in the hands of a teacher once !in a while,
aar ,who cares. She says she considers Like when aeven- eor-old Anthony Suwanee River Canoes Available., "
Starke Personals 1 this a class of "high achievers." Brown says, "We II never forget -:3=
1I They are high ac 'evers- and one her," ADMISSION -:. 1
I reason they are is obvious-Helen And the whole class screams out- ,_.. __ .. cifQ
Mr and Mrs. II.L. Hutson, Jr. and ,Johns cares about her students. "YEAH! Friday $5 Saturday? Sunday $5 ': 'p,' ''
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jordon were last f
Friday overnight guests of Mr and I -_-_Children under twelve $1 per day .: __.

Mrs. H.L. llutson, Sr. in Orlando and ,, ..,.. Weekend tickets $14 ,
attended the National Wildlife Turkey .,.-...;mZ:;;;:;:*
convention in Winter Park on Satur 9 Death Valley HeatIs _.:'.. _.

day.Mr. ..':=- Phone ((904)) 463-2696 .;1.?: !b ;

and Mrs. Edward Davis of ? :..--- .a:
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hard ''To Beat ;:
Hall and family of Theresa were q Bring the Family for the Best Fathers Day ,

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 4. lr P'- weekend Dad can have. -== 5
K.(). Dansby. WASHINGTON may be muggyIn although the worst have been .._ ,"
II I Mississippi and sizzling In Texas, catastrophically dry. RM.Bo 200A Trenton Fla 32693 ., \
Mrs. Michael Skinner of Atlanta Is ,, ,r ?, rl I but chances are it's: hotter in Death, No heat wave of the past stands out .. Free Camping ib I
I visiting her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Valley.. .. JA ',111), ) more than the Dust Bowl years. The with weekend Ticket : ,.,... !
George Copcland this week. Mr:Skinner Death Valley, a 3,000-mile squ'are.?, I summers of 19.JO: and .193-1 brought e? aa ."
'/ t l n 'uw + t nor"' + r(2
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join'the'family over the I desert in southern California and especially severe weather, 'and the' 'NO'PEfu SEI
wM'kend. They attended the gradua I Nevada, has the hottest summers in scorching summer of 1936 set recordsof
tion of the Co -land's other daughter, I the Western Hemisphere In'July, its 121 degrees F in the already parched rid a .
Mm. Gary Witt from Florida Atlantic Helen Johns-Teacher of the Year 4 daily high temperature averages 116 states of North Dakota and Kan
University in Boca Raton] on Saturday 4 degrees Fahrenheit, and it is the only, sas, and 120 degrees South Dakota, ,., .. .. f
known place in the United States Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas.
teachers in Bradford County, and she where nighttime temperatures Even if summer temperaturesaren't 1
Mrs Hazel Farrar Tulsa Okla Is'isltinK was pleased and very surprised when, I sometimes remain above 100 degrees breaking any records it's wiseto
\ Mr and Mrs Leo Champion she learned she had been selected as ]F. know how to cope with,the heat, ., tf t
for a week Teacher of the Year. It was in Death Vailey in July 1911 says Dr. Milton Mager of the U.S. Ar
"I feel I am just a representative of I that the temperature reached the my Research Institute of En
the other good teachers in Bradford highest I level ever recorded in the vironmental Medicine. An important
,. Cupt. and I\Irs. Johnny B. Warren of County,"she says. "My goals are the United States-134 degrees tip is to drink lots of waler-even 1'l
\ Fayetteville N.C. are visiting his same as every other good teacher to National! Geographic Wore before feeling thirsty. w
: I parents. Mr and Mrs. J.D. Warren help the student the best I can." magazine. "Thirst Is a bad index of when to geta ', '
lor two weeks Johns recalls one day recently one drink," Dr Mager said. "By the i ,
of her students confronted her about i
Hot Town time we feel thirsty we are already a t i
!Mr and Mrs, Bill Edwards and son, being chosen teacher of the year But Death Valley isn't the only hot quart I low." / lYr
Hal and Mrs Hal Edwards attended "One of my little boys came in and spot. Yuma,Ariz., where the mercury ,
(the graduation of Cindy Edwards said 'Congratulations Mrs Johns: I once hit 89 in February, is consideredthe
from KSU on Saturday afternoon. asked, 'what lor?' He said 'my dad hottest metropolitan area In the -
I Susan Edwards of KSU is home for] said that at a meeting they said you country. ::)
the summer were a good teacher'." The peak of the nation's hot
As she sits in her empty classroom, weather usually comes In late July POUR ON THE .
!Mr and Mrs Tom Casey Mr. and her 30 children gone to physical and early August, when the oceans
Mrs: Lee Casey and Mr. and Mrs. education class, Mrs. Johns modestly and air have been warmed by the .
Johnny Hobbs Jr. visited relatives in tells of her achievements She attended sun's direct rays.The ancient Greeks -V THIS' t ,;I

Auburndale on SundayMr Florida Stale University two called this oppressive period "dog .. ,S
years, transferred to the Universityof days" because it coincided with the
: and !Mrs Guy Andrews attended Florida where she recieved aBachelor's appearance of the dog star Sinus and SUMMER!] .t:
I the graduation of his niece, Cindy degree in education the name caught on. _
Moody from the University of Floridaon Next, she rccieved a Master's in The dog days east of the Rockies ... r-i?
Saturday morning. education. She doesn't bother to tell tend to be periods of high -- ; '.ft
about the committees and workshopsshe temperatures and humidities, =.h
Mrs! T.E. Strickland is a patient in has worked with.
North: Florida Ht'ginaillospital.] As the teacher brings her first- .J
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Mrs! J.W. Kincaid spent last Mon '. ,.12U
day to Thursday in Tampa visiting ,, :>
her sister. Mrs. ('.C. Hoppe and farmMr -
lye.I EVERYTHING MUST CO! : i'l.ui

: and !Mrs James CENTRAL .j: rn
Montuoro! and '; ::t :)
daughters of Tampa spent the Dining Chairs shoo ;; w .. .
weekend with her father Mac
It.ildum. and are renting the DuBoisecollage HEAT &
at Kin lile\' Lake for this Dining Tables (Wy201nch Leaf) $50 18
uiH'k Also \isiting her (father duringthe .;..til
\\t't'kt'ndere Mrs. J.H. Hall. Jr. Completely Installed$14iQA 1
and daughter. Susan of Gainesville. Evorything Rola (Cash Carry] r o ort

) :Mr. and Mrs Frank Palmer. Jr. of Good Used Platform Rocker *60 ,. ". 2-TON
Kmgsley Lake have as guests this < 3F SYSTEM /; ,(ti ,
i \H't'kIr.: and Mrs Leo Bales and ,

i Texas daughters and !Mr Dedi and and Mro.iamea Betsy of Dallas Hunt Used Bedroom Suite Blonde 35od Complete -;. '. (Plus any necessary else work) : '

of Waco. Texas. Baby Bed *12 Odd Dresser *20 ,h}: #. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES ;J. ,'19"11 ...

Anne and Curtis Greene. Danny AND MODELS OF CENTRAL ) ", JI .
Jordan. Tom and Wanda Jackson 2 End Tables & Cocktail Table *15 For All/ Three '.. .w.tih' ,tli '

B.C. and Harriet Holtzendorf. Jr. Al ..1J .; AIR CONDITIONING "ac

Jones and :Mare:Mac Carlisle Baldwin Garelh Carol and Brunner.Becky Antique Oak Settee & Chair *150 MM' .t' SYSTEMS 24 HOURS ..

:\Iarl '. Drew and Adrienne Barry
Pam McRae and Mattie and Lucy ANTIQUE OAKGentlemen's A DAY! SERVICE ". m
Potty of the Strawberry Swingers ,
joined the Gainesville square dancers Dress Table US *15Q CONTRACTS AVAILABLE "3')1') ,
for the weekend at Lake Walldena Reh I had .
near Si her Springs
Antique Wing Chair Just upholstered *150 ?i.r v 1W
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Mrs spent last Tuesday
to Friday in Alachua General .
Hospital with a kidney disorder. Four Caned Backed Unfinished Chairs *12 I
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AIr and Mrs. Larry Hartley of St. Crushed VelvetCustom SAWYER Ih

Augustine spent Sunday with their Built Curved Comer Sofa $17500
i:con and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike

:: Hartley. AIR CONDITIONING' i INC. ;1'N

I ; Mr, and Mr. George Huggins were 'INC. '"1
in Gainesville Sunday afternoon ate cl OLD CITY ,c. THE AIR! CONDITIONING EXPERTS .,n!

w tending f the sUver wedding anniversary .. Comer Brownlee ft Cherry 4 CV JACXSQMffULE 7814440 jSTAMCi( to-Tm BEACHES 246MTIN + ";
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So they let the cop out from under the Prosecuting a four-year-old lie may have
charges that he wasn't doing a proper job as been picky, but what about the other issues.
pQ. ice chief. Proving perjury is akin to
proving a news per-
"' son deliberately made a mistake In a story to
:J\ e're trying to make sense of'the action hurt somebody. The newsman says "Excuseme

without inserting harrassment or political expZdience I didn't mean any harm. and the jury
-: into the formula. concludes he didn't mean to be mean. Or he *
really can't remember what happened four ,
4ry your luck and see if you agree with our years ago.

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M better law enforcement prompted the The circumstances compel us to conclude morning Teacher workshop attending.. environmental education workshop '
stale that Mr. Bowen was innocent because he t
attorney's action then why didn't he was
(they) attend a Starke City Commission never proven guilty. 1.1 )
meeting and outline the problems and ask for r t'i/i./; ., '\.
I changes. Therefore, do we teach our children to Ignore 'rIj -' "", 5 d 1
,r wrongdoing committed by a well-known ,

I,, That would have saved the expense of a trial polls person show of'high taking reputation the man to if court public would opinion not ; .. ::(';,':;:,':{, ,:,. : ",: .. ; : ,,".,').,.''" .\ '....',." .," ;.. .{"
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take) him to court. Of course, Chief Bowen paragraph of this puzzle. Drop the first four ; 'E.: 'r' J.;;, 'ii !: ;; .:. '' !
I could not be removed from office on the and last fourteen words, and what do you get? .. .. _,/,"". l' _"..'. I '". I_
misdemeanor charges which Cop out. That's our opinion. .7" ''i." '. t
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dropped : : '
after a jury found Bowen innocent of perjury. .. .t :: :. :. : __ ::v-! ,._.. i'
.; Can you reach a motivational conclusion .
What we stand holding is a bunch of accusa- without filling the blanks in the formula with _then In the afternoon towed the Nacre. Mature area developed /+

tipns untested by a jury. either harrassment or political expedience? .

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';. Bobby .+!
Y,the words of what's-his-name, "Go West Bradford High School has not prepared you for : Nofobook
Yoijng Man" (and woman). life. Taylor "
: .Phone M44280
60 away from here and look around.And Wise teachers tell you all they can, 'hilt.''''"I: Hope you have been enjoying all pens and 1uoopound
that's not enough. those fresh vegetables that have been direction.: Quality a
if you can find a finer piece of ground, coming In from our gardens and the animals looked ; ;
settle down and look back fields. Seems like the quality and assembled for a steer J
only on holidays.
.. only living experiences can flavor have been the best ever. ed that our 4-H or !;

if after find teach life's secrets. I've noticed that our calls about .Insects could probably pick 1
And cannot
you any and diseases, of vegetables have most shows from i
finer* folks or finer soil, come back home. '. Some of the best advice I ever got came been fewer than most years. Either The feeding '
I <" from an ole-fashioned school teacher. growing conditions have been betteror tle started with 800 ,
Roam while you can and take a few chances our gardeners are doing a better steers. They'were
cause the world's romances stand and fall on "Use the sense God gave you," she said. job of pest control. days 1200 a slaughter This I 1
the.dreams of those who stand tall and ask Remember pest control is more pound carcasses
"Wiiy( not?" Or how about these tips from a involves than just spraying with pesticides It wholesale cuts ; j,
things like
restaurants and
coach."Swing level and keep your mind on sanitation and crop rotation,destroy. throughout the ; ,
4nd, try asking"Whys"That I what you're doing," he said. ing crop residues after harvest to prevent Everything at the
: disease and insect build-up,plan- puterized from the 'I"I;
{ persistent question from' young Or consider this outline for success from a and recommendedvarfetler ed the feed and feed ; \
children (becomes powerful in the minds of minister friend of mine. Hear what she at the right time of the year, tion ingredient. I '
says; and oOc ;rural practices that ;
con.tribe -
programmers or
students who really) want to know, why \'' Uthy plants. that seemed to stay
\' ," 1. Play 100 percent don't play safe. I want to report that my trip to Colorado numbers and ;
WHY& was outstanding In every words on a TV cretI1.I'm ;
I \ 2. Tell the truth. respect, and was well worth the time sure that all : ;
'Do we have to do things the way Granddaddid and expense. It's a lot different to see ble were mechanized !
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', "* .-1C ....: 3. Keep, Agreements.,,,, "_('1'. v.' ,., *. ?,;' other agricultureal operations than. needed to keep up
S&HtK&KJl ,-> back ,to-when -as kidv.' ','",'W.4.JDo ''' ; ta, ,i r thertJil looking'at tbiKoolf.: pictures."'or r.-*reading<,"'."ahnut Dpd'w a :
go "*"""" = ,, >what you lyoutfaou:: M J, ','I'n."III'" ,.. ,"r.'r'' ; .., .. an operation&
Not many of our
'One of the most impressive sights Isaw
ands from Florida would .
And if at any time the generation de "Play as though your life depended on it, it 'I- on the trip was Monfort Feedlots feedlot like this.
following without rhyme or reason, know, it's does!r" she concluded. aboat 40 miles northwest of Denver. our feeder calves
the time. and the season for change. They were feeding 90,000 bead of cattle after being I
in some 1,000 plus Iota of 90 cattle
And with that conclusion concluded, so do each.The feedlot covered 360 acres of stubble in or the other 1 it
Rearrange your thinking. Open your own grass summer
we.Good land,> a much larger area than our area.
mind to impossible possibilities. Luck BIIS Grads of '79.>> average sized farm. I'll take about

You could stand at the headquarters "< building and see nothing but visited in the area in '

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names of the county roads on the new county exists today. Attitude is that if homes way out .IN BRADFORD COUNTY by Mark Fries I i
street signs. L.M. Gaines says he will con- in the county have no street numbers or house i
sider it, that he's always open for constructive number, the Post Office will stop rural route .
criticism. delivery, but that's down the road five or 10 ,
years. The best salesman for anything .Is week was offered on I 1
an enthusiastic customer. for students to put
Gaines, if memory needs jogging, Is the And using that as a gauge, the knowledge to work in
master-mind behind the new system of So, Gaines reasons, the program is good and Florida Division of Forestry Department will continue this I
numbered street signs. Gaines is the county reasonable. Once this county is as large as of Agriculture and Consumer new format and
zoning director, among other things. One of Alachua County for instance, the need for Services, is feeling pretty good these "We have a number I
the other things Gaines handles for the county street signs will I become abundantly clear, he days Education about Its Program.Summer Environmental given tending by each service year :

commission is the county sign shop., The says. Over 1,100 students are expected to organizations, and I
board is just making sure Gaines earns his participate: In the program this reasons, the second !: I
money. "What happened? We jumped into the 20th summer quite a contrast to the 76 reach for many I

century and out of the 19th," Gaines puts It. who Back attended then there the was first one year camp in 1874.-at ton Bethea.will"So choose this year the \

If memory serves correctly, the county Blackwater State Forest-and the program students at each !
originally got into the sign business when the While we're being dragged into the 20th century lasted for six weeks. This sum- award them the
state turned back several paved roads for the It would be nice to keep names on a few of mer there will be 10 one-week sessions no extra charge." ; I
county to maintain and the county would have our country roads. As much as we apparently at two State Forests. During this ( )
had to pay for road signs. A stop sign plus the resent being a number, you'd think they'd northeast Blackwater (located of Pensacola about 45) miles and forest students preparing camp out

pole costs the county about $60 now, but would ease us into it. wrthlacoochee (W miles north of hiking, exploring and
cost$75 if bought from the state. Begin to see? Tampa). closer look at a
Problem, Gaines says, is whether is to en- Over the years, the program of studying Each center is
into dure the criticism and UM environment with foresters dorms dining halls '
So, the county stepped inevitably the now stick to the has expanded for two reasons. First, pavilions for the first
I street sign business. Isn't that the way most numbers or put the names of roads under the more people/know about It.therefore, and the $60 fee
things come to pass? Just circumstances? No numbers.,. more want to come.And secondly,the the students will
federal ,dollars are Involved, however; the cdrriculum-under constant surance and a forestry
Telegraph was incorrect on that point last It comes right back down to this. If you evaluation-has evolved into one Any person who has ''

week. Gaines said he tried for federal money, don't like being just a number, at least until which Is attractive, who to teachers In tuna and recommend environmentalists sixth entering grade the, up 12th to \; l '

but the county was ruled ineligible. it's more necessary than now, give Gaines a'phone It to their students. .eligible. :
call and express your feelings. A "Our goal" says State Forester For an \ I i
Gaines came up with the idea of street signs., friendly phone call, mind you; Mr. Gaines is a John Bashes"is to bring.many different mation, contact your : :' .
It was quickly apparent, however, that friendly man trying to do what he thinks best students as we can to the pro en 994-6280 vironmental ext Forester 219 r'

everybody has his favorite name for a road.It for Bradford County, a genuinely fine motive.Or wlmasticButnavlronme gh youngsters in studying are the en Forestry Collins I I'
would be nice if this certain road was named =t to come back far i second: Tallahassee.", Fla. S2W1."Stronf : 1!
after their late Aunt Susie or favorite Uncle talk to your friendly county commis summer we welcome teem" I ,\ : i I \,
Joe, everybody phoned Gaines to suggest. stoner. Tell them you don t like being Just a received"Already this spring we number have t
from ,
applications a
number. You could
even get off work or hire a '
of./people, who attended last year's ; I :I
Decision to go for numbered streets was babysitter and confront all five commissioners program;which Is the best indicator beliefs. f I
made by Gaines, and was purely political be at once at their next meeting. That we *know of that they enjoyed mm andtnen" .. j; i Iq:
says, to stay out of arguments over what name would really impress them! themselves." stronger. i i '1
Last..year, an advanced second f ; ; : r \
to street. I
give a I
Other side of that coin? Complaining( in cof C t. '. .. .".".,.,,-:".1.. ..*-' ,t.', .>.""I .,

Gaines admits to mistakes in the road fee klatches won't do it. The ones who need to'set .'-' *" ", 'r<> .'. I I' I I
system as it exists now. The coun the message are Mr. Gaines and the county ,,I; %?Rl0,4 saAOloeo COG, "J'}I I ''i fl
number en down signs placed incorrectly, commissioners.It .. 4 ''' SINCE 1879 ,1'r : I t !
but there are probably some he. doesn't know ACt lit 'If. ( '
about yet, Gaines admits. isn't kosher to demonstrate displeasure' ... '" ...... e egrap 4'I. 1 'j.. t.. i\,\. i
about the new signs by runningtAbem over or ::1 a 0 \ t .
Neither 'are maps now available to use, throwing them in the ditch. lID fact, that's .'Z,.:,"' .; C> '" BOB O... FERGUSON-JOHMM.Mll.L9SR. \ ;<>J'\ .... 't. ,)1 'j :
without which it is impossible to figure out against the law. ....C.1m '"tr10t4 'car' : \ ,{ 1
where you are. But Gaines says he is workingon S ,;!,:. 'c-: '. I, .PvMMfwrs, j"" ."..' ;, t e ...j'' :es',, I \,

a map and one should be available in a matter But maybe, just 'maybe,. if the county March Pubhshed.acAThundayendsnt.3 '! ,...M as secMMl Class Matter.,l..e Pert ONee at Starke, "...Mtf f Actnfl "r a''. '?. : r:' ','.f .
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fathers /
of J'eeu. .., enough complaints they'llto begin .? **1; to*% erassMir.d.arwt$0PerYsag7usixMessi. ,. -L. ..\f \ ,
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local residents
e' : ;. aren't wildly enthusiastic OvtsMe trade er a .. 1"- \ ( "
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)Gaines also, foresees an end to the U.S- about living on a numbered street., ; '- Pie"" ,' "I Stark*, PtorM*t;'...", IA I'; t r. ,'

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Starke Youth i 4


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16-year-old Starke youth received: .,; 't P; ,
serious Injuries in a two-vehicle accident o' 1 h, .. ,.Y
Tuesday when he was thrown by 1 .
the impact of the crash from the truck r
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he was driving.

Hospital officials said Wednesday ,,, '
that Robert L. Yeager Jr. remains in o i
very aerlous condition. He was drivIng
eastward on Market Road when b.
he drove his 1973 Ford Courier pickup
into the path of a northbound 1973 /
Ford pickup driven by Michael
24, of Starke.
Stephen received Bryan only minor Injuries. Bryan _.___m.. _

Rescue workers and police carefully Immuoillied bulance Tuesday morning.( He remains In very serious condition n r
Police estimated that Yeager' Yeager's arms and head and placed a back board beneath In a Gainesville hot pita) with head injuries. v
vehicle was traveling about 20 miles him before moving him from the highway Into the am- /
per hour when it crossed into the pathof ,

Bryan's truck which was traveling Yeager' vehicle was struck broad Bradford County Hospital before he accldenl about an hour and a half ieA
about 45 miles per hour, which is the side and he was thrown from the was transported Gainesville. Sarnt 'i t later on US-30l less than a mile south
speed limit at that location. truck landing about 30 feet from the said Yeager had received head In of the Yeager accident. Two trucks rest along east side of U.9.3o1 near north city limits of Starke _
Pollee charged Yeager with viola impact area. The two vehicles stop juries and lacerations. er was Albert Tyson 63, of Rt. 2, Starke Tuesday morning after tion of right-ef way. pail on the east side of the tour-lane unconscious when he arrive at the ,. was southbound near the Holiday Inn pOlice Questions about the mishap..
highway at the south entrance of the emergency room. IAn l' in the outside lane when the left front
county fairgrounds complex. wheel assembly gave way on his 1972 struck a parked 1979 Chevy LUV Police sheriff's deputies, a rescue
FHP Investigating eyewitness to the accident said Ford pickup. pickup owned by Michael Steven Tew. squad and a fire truck arrived im _
Bryan had no chance of avoiding the The truck struck a 1976 Pontiac Tyson's truck then turned over on its mediately. ,,;.. I
Dr Sarntinoranont Sarnt treated Yeager truck. sedan being parked by Juanita side blocking the southbound lane' No one was seriously injured in the

1 Michael Finn DeathFlorida Yeager in the emergency room of Starke police Investigated another Prevatt Harper. The truck alsoEC traffic accident. ....

Highway Patrol troopersare 1 ?j' It's easy to have your prescription :
still investigating the June 2 acci-
dent which took the life of Michael *tfilled at Eckerd Drugs..even if it's
Eric Finn 18, of Melrose. ?
Finn was run over by two tractor-
filled somewhere else.
trailer trucks as he reportedly lay in pr now being

the northbound lane of SR-100 five and "t j w Bring in any new prescription and we'll till( it..or if you've been having
one-half miles south of Starke about
five nW, your prescription filled somewhere else simply bring us the bottle and_
Drivers of the trucks Phillip Ham- a name you can trust K 5j we'll easily arrange to have your prescription transferred to Eckerd's. ?':

by, 33, Lake Park, Ga., and Willie
Riley, 28, Valdosta, Ga., told trooper .
C.R. Cory they failed to see Finn in P
time to swerve and both trucks ran .
over him.Trooper.
R.E. Phillips is working ana
M". ,t. 4 Mers? AIM
homocide investigation, which is : ,. sur
routine when a death occurs in an accident ', t en1A
He says he should be through n it, a N" r :.
with his Investigation in about a week. pepsog'

The state attorney's office will DESIGNER n .
release the results of the investigation :
preliminary autopsy report
reveals nothing that would support PEPSODENT Choose-o:. / 1 SPRING : :
the conclusion of foul play says Eau De Toilette, PEANUTS,
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Subdivision Begins With Two Streets-22 Lots '.d-.'

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At Napeclel teethm of the Bradford The subdivision,called Lakewood to. The subdivision. planner and I

CouMy Cwnmtaalon Monday, the being developed by Arch Thomas Jr. engineer attended the county oonv .. .=.
I drawls plan of a new subdivisionwaaTttuwdaaed. It include a total of 180 acres on mission meeting Planner Dick Tar- '"
SR-100 about one mile west of Stark.. box said Immediate plan! call for
developing S2 lots of just over one
acre along two streets presently iil
under construction.Land :z

PREFERRED BY SO MANY surveyor M.G. McMillan said

he had looked over the site and
wondered If the pipes being located
for drainage would be large enough to
A funeral service is a most personal accomodate rainfall runoff.

expression of tribute. It should be planned .
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according to individual wishes.That is why"" we Engineer Leonard Nadeau said he .' l : .. ;
Dick Tarbox and four members of the
at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home go to great would provide to the county the data Land surveyor M.G. McMillan cap) questioned drainage Bradford as planner Commission I look en (from MO Carter .
on SK1M | County I
lengths to assure complete freedom of selecA which was used to determine the size drainage about plant a mile for a west subdivision of Starke.being Engineer developed Leonard Hodges, Shuford and Norman. .....

lion. Selections are made in privacy and with for those drainage pipes. Nadeau responds by supplying Information used to plan

full information. That is another reason that '
for more that 65 years so many families hav< t; .. THEBOOT FITS Bradford .
preferred the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. r I Vitamin E ,.,.. fy\r : ,: -

," Wave ., IT! J': :
DeWitt C. Jones Benton Futch Emery L. Griffls Rep 25" T. )\ ,. Bassraasters
Complete Line/ Of Men
Steve Futch Harold Johnson 'Who on still Pother's gives Day my NOW ONLY I. DRESS 'WESTERN .c.. -

children love and of the Bradford
The June
understanding, and $1250 WORJK BOOTS Bassmasters Club Is set this
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral gives me the following
Saturday June 18,on Rodman Pool. .
Protection Attention Alto Saddle t Tack Repair launched at Kenwood "
will be
Security, Grocery < ROSIIA'S BEAUTY SALON! Boats with tournament fishing
money and Goose I RIVERS SHOE REPAIR
beginning at 7 a.m. and ending at 7
Bump Comer Of Brownlee ft 10 West
Stark 094-0200 Kaylton Hgla. 473-3170 J--Your I I p.m. It will be the first tourney in -
LOra Loving Lee Wife Evening By App 964-7570 41 j E CallFATHER'S Rodman Pool In several months. 1.
I I fished Rodman a couple of weeks
The bass seemed to have had y
--- ._--_._--- ago."Lock Jaw" i;
!ti5 SJIiI&( As far the i grass problem goes, it Is
r no worse now than It has ever been.
DAY JUNE 17th As a matter of fact,It seems to be bet. -
ter. Eel grass Is abundant In all : :
rok, 1 Remember your Dad this Sunday with a special gift from areas ..

n EcKerd's. It's a great way to say "Dad you're SuperT' Mr. and Mrs. Red Alvarez Memorial fished In
Rodman the weekend "
xeaar.e.a..., mfsysawafe sKmus" lajt Day and said they landed the limit using .
a Rapala and Band-O-Lure Including

one six-pounder. ,
With an overcast fishing should be ...,
s good In the stump area or around the .
14 Q tree lines. '..
Looking forward to seeing you at :; .

-S3* Rodman. .,. .
108* Bass Wishes ...
rp18 Crawford
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names you are or
4'/.OZARerShave sure to recognize. Gold & TISSUE CALCULATOR Tomlinson, president of the
PEPSI! COLA + Florida Bank will be guest speaker
with the scent ol Sllvertone metals with
Box of 200 soft' tissues Independent recall of the Bradford- "
the Dad will matching band brace the monthly meeting
sea. or 12-ouncecans. In white or assorted and change sign 'features..
Union Real Estate Board Thursday at
love hl! Limit 1 let. Reg. 29.99
Pack of 6. Limit t colors. Limit 2 Model TI-1025 : at the Western Steak House.
Officers of the board are: president -

159a 2488 109 1 i77 president, Cecelia Ralph T. Terwillegar Bryan treasurer, vice-,

Delano Thomas, secretary: Susan
Faulkner. Directors are Lillian Pearson .,
,Paul Faulkner Vemie Odom and
t! Jane Usher.

State Insurance Office
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9AFTER I i TURBO DRYER B-B-Q;GRILL Bill Gunter, announced State Insurance today that Commissioner 329- :

GIFT SHAVECOLOGNELIGHTERS' Brazier arMlwitti -..JlPlecontacted the Gainesville. :i ,r Set1WS ,; : }.
M Lightweight dryer with 2 ,chrome-p ated ,,
!'m The B B ire during{May' ; ; .j
:: ... H tpeeds&WtMi;: ettlri '''. 'f handled '.
grill that'ddjusts2ounce Ollflce Inquiries
#v4. Service
younctOiforshave and Jgj Choose romour large 1 Includes The : :
pro style ,
4 &
heights with
from policyholders
cologne assortment of sizes nozzle. Reg. 11.99
Reg. 4.SO Limit' M and styles. Regs to 7.93 removable tripod values that totalled(37.264.00.
I legs. Reg. 11.99 r Citizens with questions and Inquiries

199 I 999. 088 } about insurance can the Service receive ,
g1OFF i I : Office assistance in contacting The office Is -'

located at 901 N.W. 8th Avenue Suite ,.
-' REGULAR PRICES C-3. Gainesville, Florida 32601 and
I Limit 1 with Coupon Thru Saturday Juna It I NORELCOPENPENCIL provides services for Alachua. Brad- .
t ; ford Dixie, Gilchrist. Levy, Marion
SETA ..------...::'...... .sa... 18-QUART 7 Putnam and Union counties of
RAZOR a COOK"NCAJUN FOAM ; Additionally, a representative
distinctive set for Dad. D Commissioner Gunter's office visits ,
Rotary Razor with 36 self- --Gt GRILL ICE CHEST '
Matching pen & pencil Putnam County each first and third .
with gleaming filled .. sharpening blades. Dual Water smoker never Molded fo "
gold- \1' Bradford
finish. Reg. 30.00 ,\ KODAK c' voltage. No. 1131 needs tending. 15. ice chest With .,.-. Tuesday County each of second the month and fourth; Tues

EKTRAUTE r Reg. 42.99 pound charcoal molded cai'ryIng /- -.: day of the month and Marion County .'
I holder Reg. 59.99 handle '; each Thursday of each month. ..
Reg. 1.39
., f
Aim&shoot camera with built-I 3499 -' ',.
in electornic flash.Kit Includes 4999 99 ", Savings BondsChairman
camera, film A battery. 'J j 1\ ---_..... Named |:,''"." ,
32.99 I
UNDERWEARPeg. TIMEX MINI ; Sales of Series E& H United States r
99 _. Savings Bonds in Florida totaled M4.5
Quality briefs& T-shirts In' ALARM( IGLOO 48QUARTICE KASaHP / million during the first quarter 1979.
men's sizes. Durable GRASS Sales were down$4.3 million from the
and comfortable. CLOCK CHEST same quarter 1978. The state achieved -
BRIEFS 3-PACK Just 1' "x 11"18"x 1" With Higndensitypoly. ,TRIMMER 21.8% of Marc sales goal of f
Reg.3.89 luminous!hands sweep sec ethylene re Easy to handle $204.2 million 31. ;
i {It aiL INltl ond hand simulated leather movable =-- trims around trees S.L. Peek Jr., Bradford County
travel case. Reg. 21.95 food tray shrubs& planters. Volunteer Savings Bonds Chairman

329 "comforthandles.. Uses mono. line. reported sales in the county were t
No 3112 $35,875 during the first quarter 1979. '
KODAK 1688 Reg. Reg. 29.99 The county attained 19.3%of its sales
COLOR8URST100 goal.
T-SHIRTS -PACK a 2499 249:9Reg.4.69 : Du Pont Pension .
CAMERA / ( Payments.Increased
I Motorized for Instant print FAr '
\ l ejection.Automatic CLAIROL- An Increase in the monthly pensions i I
329 expo.urecontro'. Uses FOOT f 1-0ALLONFAMILY EVERAIN paid to retired employees of Du j
PR 10 film Reg. 31.9MEN'S 9 ; Font's Trail Ridge and Highland t
ems FIXER PICNIC JUG OSCILLATING LAWNSPRINKLER Plants was announced today by K.8. ,

T __.__._._.. \ 9 Molded heavy Platt Plant Manager: j
299 Thermostatically duty polyethylene. I' Gives even waterdistribution Du Font's Board of Directors approved -
controlled heating Easy to fill fpr healthy the increase at its April 16
with wlthOl.ltw.ter.
4-way control disl.Reg. ; &fteg.4.49 clean grass. No. 61 Reg. 5.49 meeting. A total of 28,000 pensioners "
f. CREW SOCKS 39.99 throughout the country will be affected

;'% Easy care Orion in ) 399 Including 75 from the Trail .
388 and Highland Plants beginning -
assorted colors.One Ridge I Ii
size f(Its t all.Reg. 1.25 3399 in May.
Mr. Platt said"Du Pont Is continuing -
!: LLOYD'S SWING ALONG Us established practice of .
7ftc!" ra monitoring the status of pensioners, __. .'
TRACK r w conducting periodic: reviews and : : I
11-INCH GALAXYOSCILLATING PET-M DOG OR CAT %INCH JO-FOOT J making upward adjustments in pensions j /;
X "
when that seems appropriate
FLEA COLLAR GARDEN HOSE resulted in five : I tfif
BOY'SJOGGERS Automatic or manual program FAN 'This practice has pension
changer Top mounted tuning Protects your Durable flexible 2-ply' increases since 1968. I I
volume function, band tone 3.peeclmodetwlthquet! pet from ,fleas vinyl with brass fittings. Pensioners who retired before t J
control..Side-loading 8 track operation.M.xlmum&R ticks. Style 601. Rekj.! 6.39 January 1. 1977, will receive an Increase : I
Nylon with suede trim. 44.99 Ing with \ A eg..6 of 10 percent or $30 monthly, :
Composition soles. Assorted use. No. 2151 Reg. 3999 whichever Is greater. Those who J i: I
sizes. Reg. 8.99 179 9. 399DRUGS retired after that date will receive : I
99 3688 smaller adjustments depending on >/ :

their retirement date. v !:: f I I{

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and Mn. Bud Hlgdon. Mr. and Mrs.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Y AWTEY Willie RIvers, Jr., and family of
Grace United Methodist Church: Dothan. Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Robert C.
Bible Study Course at !the church S / Fort Pierce, Mr. and
every Wednesday night ut 8 p.m. The BHsaboth rin/lft'bJr'J.of: of Birmingham,
church has a for pre-school it by Terry Addteon.-
nursery l'I Phone 783-33M Ala, Mr. and Wayne
children during worship services. Mr. and Mrs. Mike CUnce Mr. arid'. '
Newsby United Methodist Women met at the .... .''i'. Mrs. Wilbur Rogers and son cC''t
church with present. Meeting was visited her sister, MiM cise of his grandson, David, on Fri guests of their mother, Mis. B.L. Keystone Heights, Mr and Mrs. Cart. .
called to order by Mrs. Wilma Wain- Terry Wednesday until Friday; I' day night. While there he preached at WllkUwm, Sr. Hyman and wn of Tallahassee, Mr '.
Joy TrIntone wright, and opened wlthi Devotionalby sister Mrs. Joyce Fu ib of Naples Park Baptist Church He John T. Wilson IOn of Col. and Mn. Russell Green of Brooker and JohA 'j
Mrs. Frank Coss. They had as Blackahear, Ga., was their Thursday returned home on Tuesday. Wm Wilson, flew to England on Sun Lee of Lawtey. : :
Mrs. Betty Haas was honored on their guest, Mr. Norman Conti who Is dinner guest. Both of them returned Mrs. Margie Reddish and tons day to spend the summer with his Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle of Worthington -' .'
her retirement from Starke Elemen- Chairman of !the Church Board. They home on Friday morning. Donald and Randall, of Starke. were brother-in-law. .Mr. and Mrs. James Springs and Mrs. Onto-,f
tary School at a luncheon Tuesday, were glad to have him. After his visit, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Dougherty and family. Thornton of Auburndale, werej
June 12, attended by some 70 teachers they had their business meeting,after celebrated their 15th Wedding:.Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan. Mrs. Elizabeth Pounders, Rusty Wednesday dinner guests of their. :A
and retirees at the Western Steer which they adjourned. on Tuesday, June 5..;They Stanford, of Summersdale. Ala. sister Mrs. Pierce" Crews *
Steak House. ate at Beach House, Jacksonville. visited their cousin Mrs. Elsie Norman Mrs. Pierce Crews attended :
Recognized during the programwere Vacation Bible School Monday, They took their daughter Sarah, with CORRECTION: Joey Dobbs of for 4 dayt. On Saturday all of graduation exercises at Bradford w
Mrs. Helen Johns, the Starke June 25 thru Friday, June 29, 8:30 to them. '. Macclenny spent Saturday afternoonwith them with Mrs. Norman's grandsonsJim High School In Starke on Friday. .. tnighL
Elementary Instructor named Brad- 11:30: a.m. Klndergarterl thru 7th Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of his grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Kenneth and Kevin Norman "t
ford County teacher of the year for grade, at the church. Callahan, were Saturday supper Arlie Dobbs. went to Jacksonville Beach for the Mr. and Mrs. Sam Teel and:: R
1979 and Mrs. Debbie Patrick who is guests of their brother and sister-in- Mrs Joyce Futch of Blackshear. day. On Sunday all of them attendedthe daughter, Angle, of Orange Park,and 11
leaving for the armed forces. law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee. Ga., was a Tuesday dinner guest of Abe Starling family reunion at Mrs. Maggie Forwood of Jacksonyule -': -
Principal Jesse Moore, who will be GRACE BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL Deepest sympathy of the commuN Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Evelyn Levi Boree at Middleburg. visited RevanJ Mrs. David;'
leaving to tranfer to Southside Grace Baptist Church will have ty is extended to Mrs. B.L.. Wilklson. Norman Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. and Brown on Saturday. it
Elementary, was also recognized.Gifts Vacation Bible School June 18-27 for Sr. and family due to the death of her Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Revels of Mrs. W.F. Atwood. Sr., and son Ed- Miss Martha Smith was a Sunday t
were presented to those ages 5-11 years, from 9 a.m. to 12 husband, Mr. B.L. WilkIson, Sr. on Keystone Heights were Sunday dinner win of Starke attended the G.W. dinner guest of her uncle, Bill Dobbs:' "a
honored as momentos of the occasion.In noon, ages 12-17, 7 p.m. to 9 Thursday guests of their grandparents, Mr. Rivers Family Reunion at Graham. and her cousin, Miss Chris Dobbs, o ,
Everyone welcome. Friends of Mrs. Gertie Eunice and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sunday.Mr. .
Mary Ann Kyle and JoyTetstone's regret to learn that she is patient in E.H. Crlssman, Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks and daughter Dona Mr. and and Mrs. Franklin Starling and
second grade class certificates Bradford County Hospital., Our Crlssman, and Mrs. Linda Snyder and Mrs. Johnny B. Johns Mr. and Mrs. family of Bryceville were Sunday din-
were given in reading, PERSONALS prayers are with her. daughter of Houston, Texas spent two Spender Crews, Mr. and. Mrs. W.S. ner guests of their parents, Mr. and
writing, math spelling and citizenship Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke, Henry Hodges and sons and their days with Mr. Crlssman's grand Jr., and son, Mrs. Laura Dixon and Mrs. Fleam Starling.
and their mother, Mrs. Fred Moore, cousin John Leonard attended the daughter Mr and Mrs. Bill Crouse daughter of Jacksonville. W.F. Atwood Friends of Mrs. Margaret Wise
Those receiving an award for beinga were Friday supper guests of her son- stock car races at Lake City Speedway and family, ,Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell regret to learn that she entered St. ',
Reading Ranger were: John Bell, on Saturday night. ington and son of Starke, Harry Pr
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vincents Hospital. on
Pedro Carter, Reggie Crum, Fred Mr. Mrs. Malcolm Shinn and
Donnie of ingle and son Mat and
Wesley Thomas and son Jay. While Kelly, University of daughter Monday for surgery Our prayers are
Holland, Jason Johnson, Richard son of Orange Park, attended graduation
there they attended the graduation Florida. Gainesville, spent a week Allison, Miss Donna Springer, Wesley with her.
Kricher, Katrina McSpadden, Brady exercises for their son, James Roy with his parents, Mr. and Mrs exercises with their brother and Fussell, Mrs. Ona Thornton, and Mr. Elder Doyle Blackman, Jt>*
Rehberg, Renee Thomas, Travis Thomas.Mr. George Kelly sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Shinn and and Mrs. Robert Springer Sr., of Belleview, preached at Faith Baptist
Thornton, Jeffrey Tyson, Billy Mrs. Robert Lee visited her father Lori and Sherree in Starke.They went Auburndale Mr. and Mrs. liw. Pr- Church and was a Sunday dinner
Whitney and Alisa Young and Mrs. Jimmy hoganand son Mr. G.L. Peterson, of Dowling parkon out to eat later. ingle, Sr.. of Worthington Springs, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Masseyand
Those receiving an award for beinga Joe of Jacksonville, visited their Sunday.Elder Mr. and Mrs B.L. Wilklson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs WS. Rivers, Sr., and family. _
Writing Wizard were: Pedro Carter, nephew and niece, Mr and Mrs. Glen E.A. Massey spent a week Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Waters and Mr. Lea McClellan and daughter?;

Green Reggie, Crum Roy Shawn Jackson Diggs, Mildred, Annie Shuford and family on S turday.Mrs. with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Charlie family of Union S p, Ala., Mr. Mrs. Margie Reddish, and Johnny
and Mrs. Daniel of Wilklson of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. tope attended the
Jenkins Jason Johnson, Katrina Mass, Naples, and Mrs. Bubba and family, Tomlinson of Starke,
McSpadden, Clint Reed, Brady C.E.Strickland of Gainesville. and attended exer..: Donald W lkVere Sunday dinner MaryvUle!!, Teiui. Maxville. Fla., Mr. wrestling..match I in! the! coloseum 'in

Rehberg, Renee Thomas, Jeffrey '." ': Jacksonville on :Saturday flute. '
Tyson and Billy Whitney CommunityNews ,
Students receiving an award for being -
a Super Speller were John Bell, "_ ;1. "J'b.
Reggie Crum, Don Davis, Shawn '! .' :*:'". >I, ', .! t ,
Diggs, Annie Green, John Harrington .
Fred Holland, Mildred
Jenkins Jason Johnson, Richard by Elizabeth G. Wnlker Q0
Kricher, Katrina McSpadden, Clint Phone 964-6083

Reed, Doug Rehberg, Brady Dell Chapter I6H O.E.S. Monthly
Rehberg, Renee Thomas, Charlotte meeting for Dell Chapter 168 will be .
Terry, Travis Thornton, Jeffrey held Thursday, June 14 at 7:30 p.m. in 'f.'
Tyson, Billy Whitney and Alisa the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street.
Young. All members are asked to attend.
An award was given to Barney Coll- The Masons will observe St. John's
Ingsworth and Roy Jackson for make Day Sunday, June 24, at 3 p.m. The
ing excellent progress in Spelling. program will be held at Greater
Marvelous Mathematicians for this Bethlehem Freewill I II I
year were Barney Collinsworth, Reg. The Masonic Family !is invited.
gie Crum. Shawn Biggs, John Harrington -
Fred Holand, Richard Membership Drive: :
Kricher, Jonathan Powell, Brady A Concerned Citizen membership :
Uehberg Renee Thomas, Jeffrey drive will be held Tuesday June 19 in
Tyson Billy Whitney and Alisa the cafeteria at 7:30: p.m. All Interested '"
Young citizens are invited to be pre-
Those receiving an award for mak sent. The help of all citizens Is neededto *
ing excellent progress in Math were support the activities.Attorney J.J.
Clint Reed Brady Rehberg and Wolbert will be present.The H 1
Travis Thornton monthly meeting of the Con I
Citizenship awards were given to cerned Citizens will be held Thursday _1 I e.sls""inA.J1
Renee Thomas and John Harrington.Mrs. June 28, at 7:30: p.m. in RJE
Kyle and Mrs.Tetstone's class Cafeteria. IM Ml It- 3ge
had their end of the class Sweet Juicy Nectarines u
year party House Guest: Rev and Mrs. Levy 7'"
at Dairy Queen Friday, June 8 Each Lennon had I- e r
visiting the weekend 1 Florid: Persian Limes 10/8ge"/ .
child was treated to an Ice cream relatives from Miami, Mrs. Mabell .
cone. Fletcher and children. .....1"!' ..... 2' .
) Mushrooms'I ..
The fifth grade classes of Mrs Reddish Rev. and Mrs. Charles Wright aUtd' 1 f r'S.. :': '., Ml i hand > w n
... 'fssfl bmiAlrtz!
and Mrs. Adkinson had lunch at enJoyed the'company of cousins from r. '
the Garden Restaurant Friday, June Miami. The weekend visit was New Crop Yellow Onions i III II

8. Assisting with the supervision of delightful. l l Red Delicious. 14 '1'1"" .I
the students were Mrs. Edna Allen A Apples .Nr
and Mrs. Vera Adams, aides at Bradford County Branch NAACP: wtuMu .!! 49' rl-? a
Starke Elementary. The children hada There will be combined meeting of Slaw orrTeslTGreen ilea"
deluxe hamburger, French fries, the Junior and Senior NAACP Branch LARGE J
and a coke. They were also surprised Sunday at 3 p.m. in the annex of LARGE B T 6 SIZE S9 C Onions 2/59/ ..?
when they were treated to ice cream Greater Allen Chapel AME Church.All HEAD S EA. IM r
by an unknown national guardsmanwho interested members and citizensare Ga. Sweet Potatoes 4 m 'I00 .' ?
was having lunch at the Gardenat invited to attend. SAVE 20C SAYE 306 SAYE 3041 '",
the same time Fresh Green Peppers 8/13/ : :

Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Haas took Church Activities: .;: .ti
their students to Dairy Queen on Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: rice I .. .,
Wednesday, June 6. Dinners will be sold from the church @)' RED BEAUTY 1ov1! SWEET JUICY RED U.S. NO. 1 IDAHO FRESH ;'.;. a
In Mrs Goodall and Mrs. White's kitchen Saturday beginning at 11:30.:
fourth grade class a watermelon par The Spring rally will terminate Sun. CALIFORNIA WATERAIU GREEN : ... !
ty was given on Friday, June 8. Those day, June 24 The Lavilla Club from
receiving a free meal at McDonald'sfor Jacksonville will be present Sundayat .
cafeteria honor roll were Tracy 11 a.m. Mr. Joe Cobb is president. PLUMS 'MELONS POTATOES CUKES :: .
Padgett and Luther Cooper. Sunday the Spiritual Harmonaires .
Mrs. Carol Redding's third grade Singers group of Jacksonville will JAI a SAVE 3041
class made breakfast in class on sponsor a program in behalf of the 6 J, 9 sC1E25 $159 20d 10 119 i lO .l {: ': '
Thursday, June 7. They enjoyed eggs, rally. All members are asked to 111 '
bacon and toast. cooperate and do your duty for suc A LB LB VG. $ LB BAG = FOR .., 1
The fifth graders presented a cess. Free admission to the singing.The SB? """"
musical play, "The Singing Piper". First Born Church of The Living SUNSHINE' -:
The piper was portrayed by Doug God: Friday 6:30: Bible Study. Friday PANTRY PRIDE KRAn LEISUHEWAY ,
Ashley of Mrs. Reddish's class The 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday TEA BAGS. SALTINES
play was presented for the parents on School 10:30.: Morning Worship 11:30. PAPER
June 1. The children of Starke J. BAR-B-QUIE' S VElOd16or e
Evening Service 6 p.m. Y.P.P. 7 p.m. Ey SAVlSOtf 59' I
Elementary enjoyed it on June 6 &, 7. Tree= Canaan True Church of God In tofxt 126 CT. \ PLATES towRbrI, BOX
Unity: Prayer will meet Monday 6 SAUCE 1i'o .
p.m. Tarrying Service is set for Fri. loo COUNT
I day 7 p.m : J
I Brooker NewsThere r Free Canaan is sponsoring a Sing SAVE 2OdBOTTLE ..
ing program June 17 at 7:30: p.m. The S 180% 59L 79SAVE .." :
public is invited. .
will be Class : I
a Reunion of the Alt. Morlah United Methodist
!91 h grade graduating class of 1951:>> of Church: Sunday School 9:30: a.m. 2041 .;
Brooker School. The Reunion will be Morning Worship 11 am. Father'sDay 1
on Saturday. July 14 at the will be observed. Rehearsal for I
Western Steer Steak House on 301 in _. IM m IM Mwn m MISchraftt .s l
Choir No.2
held at 7
was Wednesday
Starke at 7:00 P.M. 11179 ", iU 31'1 1 t
Anyone interested pm Nestea lea Tea Mix CandyHefty" .::!: :

in attending Bobbie Gnann this reunion formerly( please Lavonia contact pastor=New" and Bethel congregation. Baptist Church,will motor: The y .'Sacramento: Tomato Juice 6ge : lawn t leaf Bags SID :A !

Hodges) at Route I. Box
172. Law ley,
Friday to West Jacksonville to
Kla. 32058 or phone 782.3489. sosunt's 6ge
Reservations fellowship at Royal Tabernacle Baptist Salerno Ginger Snaps 79 Ketchup
single paid for) by($1500 July 1 must.per couple made or $7 and.50 pastor Church, at 8 p.m.Rev.The Jeremiah church locatedon LB 16AYE 9 A Awl tMHMVeg All Mixed Vegetables 3MIMWMn / Big H Burger, Sauce "79'' CHOICE YOUR l

21 and Martle Streets. All BAG *** I UK ftf UfaNestle f
members are asked to cooperate. Ser Pantry Pride Soda 6ge Chocolate Quick 271J ,w
(last Rruiiinn
vice concludes with Sunday School on- 3oa J : IM....! rt. The gang from Brooker that ly. cTemora Coffee'' Creamer 9" Little Friskies Buffet AIS1 1 I
graduated from Starke in :
1934 is have Ebrztner Baptist Church: Thurs J

ing 14. at a get-together 7 p.m. at Western on Saturday Steer ,Steak July day 7 p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible BastiM a lgI'M6'UO rinl' : SEALTEST LIBBY'S tf* maB&a I 'Buyeltt'Bateryt\
Study. School IWHOLSRMNM.
House This Sunday 9.30: Morning wWEfV
grade in 19S1 group from graduated Brooker. We from would 9th Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 Most nMHHPillsbury / .69 ICE CREAM ''' CHCAM STTU OH I IMWItaUOHIfWM ";'\ ,
p.m. Cake Mixes I King. Site Bread 3oliioVpiinVpjrt /' I .

work like anyone toward interested a Reunion in for helping the 1954 us: Street.The Church Sunday of School Prophecy 10 a.m: 1114 Morn-Oak MM Wisk-s DeterRent l"v" l IAV..O' ;."59 a.vsaeS EYVrF S 16 CANS.Sox .1 ) Bread 69&.; .

graduating class to attend this HAU'GAUOM.a: lOwlhClrl
get- ing Worship 11:30, Evening Worship 0r not tl1*. IMI w I*ai Miw fjtfnwBeet ,
together. 6:30 Puritan Oil 59J. Onion or Kaiser Rolls ,59 :
Get in touch with Bobbie Gnann 'N SPANCLEANER .. J
Family portraits 11X14 ; COMETCLEANSER SPIC (M -U *
782-3489.(formerly Law Lavonia ley or write Hodges Route 1 I.)Box at Saturday June 23 at the Church of Prmgle Extra Chips :rPringfi i : '.: 'Angel! Food Bar Cake 69 4.a:;(
Prophecy 10 and .,
a.m. 10 p.m. Cost ,
172. Law ley, Fl. 32058 $4.95. For more Information call Extra Chips S 1.17 ,Sesame French Rolls 2/89-'''' I
Reservations must be made by July $ 91"
Sister Edna Thomas tK 38..1 _
9647938. !' -
1. ;Mt. Pisgah AME Church: Sunday Pringle Potato Chips 59C.' ,( 14oz; 5402. Poppy; Seeded French Rolls 2/89 !

School 10 a.m. Evening Service 67
p.m. All members are asked to ;Pringle I Country Style ChipsPringji" 59t :. BOUNCE SAFE GUARD fiA HOT DOG or '.

cooperate with the program of the HAMBURGER ROLLS
church. The help of everyone Is need- Potato Chips '1.17 FABRIC SOFTENERV SOAP .

ed.list Greater Church Bethlehem: Vacation Bible Freewill,is In Bap-session pruTgl Country Style Chips 1.17 40 POll UNITS' S 2R .9 Set BAR' 46 SAYS a icaC.340rsoa 4 0.CHOICE YOU" *1

all this week. The public is In- I
vited to attend. Sunday School 9:30. r--Wiiii-- FFV JUliE MY BOLD' : .

The ha hlitory. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner & Hnm TIIXI m "' ...II_ ", vY'I
pigeon a 12:30. The Butlers from Gainesville I T: SUE fh ra _: : :
The famous dove of Nosh's:i will preseennty Spiritual Puppet Show AaSORTSO COLOR. =, -=--e.,: / ...,. I IITEfR.iEi11T'Q. :
Ark belonged to the pigeon' 210T06LaT FT. .... sox
p.m. j '
family.,. .' Church of God In Christ Sunday e L'-:::: =:. '". ,: a.a rn nal" 1 U JAR sae u+ :>
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y. "' II._' n >hnnl 4.30; Morning Worship 11:30 : '



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Girl Scout Newt: St. tidwar/as/ NewsAiur '

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by Society ;>.l ke and Clifford Brunetti Donald
Carolyn Eaves Mechelle mpt..Ii-Lites
Phone Junior Stocum ana Kara Boswell. Mr*. Claire Brunetu president "y, Timmy Gonzalez, Gerry Ann
K4-5a12 leaders attending the Bridging at the of St. Ed- Allen,
Cadette Troop 520 presided meeting Kriaty Starling, Chert Nipper
welcomed the six were Pat Welty and Janet Klmutts. ,
grade Juniors ward's Altar Society held in the and Elaine Petstone. Denise and TimMY -
at their Bridging Many thanks to Lola Johnson for phone""- .
Ceremony at the the parish hall June 5 with U member GUsy also Joined the group at the
Methodist Church, dafsys and Joyce Wainwright and Committee appointments beach.
May'29. All troop members presented the Vo-Tech for the cakes. announced follows Church i
were as :
a program. depicting the events of the Brownie Troop 461 and Junior and Community Kathy Pernlnl; Methodist YouthActivities Senior Oil ten* Mitchell, Jerome Mitchell.
past year for Cadcttes. They showed Troop 691 enjoyed their year end ac Organizational Services Anne The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Tracy Prevail. Dean Padgett and
badges, patches, pictures and tivity at Camp Neyatl last Wednes Samons; Community Affairs-Cecella will hold a meeting Friday June IS, Steven Shepherd.
souvcniers Melbourne of trip to Savannah, day. Approximately 40 attended. Richards; Family Affairs Barbara at 2 p.m. in the City Hall. All those Student. participating In the
Rodeo Roundup, service Congratulations to Michelle Anderson; International Affairs Antoinette Mrs. Francis Newland and Mrs. celebrating June July and August Brooker- .
projects, Christmas parade, nursing Klmutis and Julee Wise. They were Stefanelli; Altar Care Carol Carolyn Eaves served refreshments birthdays will be honored at this receiving: Certificates were: Mark
home caroling and the Neighborhood both awarded partial campershipa. Ashline and Antoinette COM; Parish to the youth groups last Sunday even- meeting since no meetings will be Rhoden. Billy Jordan, Polly Woods,
event. Do you know of any other scout who Hall Jane Cards and Visitation Ing. Following the refreshments the held during the summer months. AU Cindy Grlffls, Donna Peeples,
Each new Cadette was recognized received one? U so, let me know. We naweltiJ' Social Anne groups held their business meetingsand are Invited! Bradley Snow Harold Mitchell, John
and received a daisy flower. are always glad to see money from Clougherichelle el't.Parker Claire' aevotionals. Underwood, Alan Varnea, Jeannle
Everyone enjoyed refreshments of Gateway returned to Bradford Coun Brunetti and Dolores Meng; Anne The older youth group discussed the Conpatulatlons Hedge,Lisa Varnes.Teresa Manning
punch, chips and cakes decorated ty.Flyers Samons was named Society Issue of capital punishment and relation Lonnie and Norman Melton are the Timmy Slater, Randall Glisson, Paul 1
with" the new trefoil as well as the for the Fall Girl Scout program Parliamentarian. to the teachings of the scriptures. proud great grandparents of a baby Bawek Sean Smith Roger Green,
traditional trefoil.The meeting closed are being returned with lot of Plans were discussed for a parish girl born on June 11 at Tampa Allison Archey Angle Mitchell Carla
wlth.a large friendship circle interest in adult scouting. Great. I bazaar to be headed by Jane Bawek Concert: The youth will sponsor a General Hospital weighing six Rush Brandy Phillips.. Karen
New Cadettes include Brenda will be calling everyone within the Mary Glary, Kathy Pernlnl, Elaine concert at 7:30 p.m on Thursday pounds to Randy and Robin Stafford Waldron, Barbara Davis, Tammy
Bawek, Lenore Welty, Georgia Lo- next week to answer questions. If I Richardson and Anne Samons. Plans evening at the church by the Warren 01 Spring Hill, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Peeples, Kim Smith, Toni Caldwell
Cain, Melanie Wood, Karen Klmutis fail to get you and you are Interested, for the Fall Gainesville Deanery Willis Singers. The public la invited to Leonard Melton are maternal grand Carla Kldd. Brenda Curtis, Amy
Dlanne Wood. Rosaland Lennon please call me. Meeting to be heid in Starke were also attend. Prior to the concert the youth parents. Mrs. ReM Parsons of Cincin- Clark Jackie Mitchell, Tracy
discussed. will provide a covered dish dinner for nati. Ohio is the maternal great Prevatt. Stephen Shepherd. Jimmy
Muriel GUhooly Is to organize local the singers and following the concertthe greatgrandmother.Quentin Parker, Rob Spitz, Jerome Mitchell
: DWIGHT SLATER'SOpen ) nursing home visitation. youth will take the thirty-seven RandaU Chism of Starke Billy Bauldree Alan Rogers, Donna
Gerry Phillips is in charge of singers and counselors to their homesto grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mc- Dorminey, Rob Powers, Christine
refreshments at meetings. ( spend the evening. Cullough of Hampton, celebrated his Sherwin Robyn Brown, Brenda
cI & Se New members introduced at the third birthday on June. Bawek Brad Russell Randy Camp
P.M.Fo 4) It t.1.S. ant *. meeting were Shelley Marchese Father's Day Banquet) All the youth Tommy Len Jones celebrated his bell Audrey Brown, Mary Ann
7 A.M. 12 Kathy Pernlnl and Faye Swlsher. ire encouraged to bring a covered ninth birthday on June 8. Parmenter, Lori Snow, Shian
A Walnut St. At the close of the meeting dish and their fathers to Father's Day Jeannie Lloyd celebrated her 14th Roberts, Michael Campen Donald '
refreshments were served by the Banquet to be held at the church next birthday on June 8. Smith and Terry Jenkins :
MOTOR I n'ces COKE hostesses Gerry Phillips and Mary Sunday evening June 17,beginning at Karen Wilson turned 14 years old on Mrs. Kathryn Wlgglesworlh.School .
Cissy. 6:00: p.m. The dinner and program June 9.Happy. Librarian presented Certificates to
,,. 1tft OR PEPSI C.C.D.Beach Day will be over at 7:00: p.m. birthday to Quinton Ford her faithful library helpers Amy
3 Ols. 29 Tax The St Edward's religion classes who celebrated his 8th birthday on Clark Amy Williams and Melissa. :
18 OZ. I-t from grades 7 thru 12 enjoyed a day of June 12. Williams.Mr. .

Plus Tax 4,Dep. surf and sun at Crescent Beach on :;,:; ,Clark displayed the Golden .
June 9. Besides swimming, sunning, :, llrapllallied School Award received for participation -
Borden's ALL BRANDS BEER games and surfing,a picnic lunch was Mrs. Grace Beal entered North in the School Volunteer Program
enjoyed by the following: Joe and Florida Regional Hospital on June which was coordinated by Cathy
$ ., ... OSll and underwent Williams and assisted Mabel
Friday. by
MILK t7' ttoo'Cas. Mary Gissy Mike: and Claire BrunetU VWok surgery
Gal. Cost Gerry Phillips and Alice Harris as n Antarctica the wend are that she la doing very Sanders Jolen Frieze Michelle
temperature fill to 127 P
well as Diana and Debbie Phillips anticipates returning home Parker JoAnn Horne,Carolyn Slater :
on August 24., 1960. this weekend. Diane Davis, Inger Campen,

Catherine Manning, Cheryl Crawfod
Graduates Diane Hughes, Kathy Fenton and -

Congratulations to the following Nancy Starling.6th .
who were among the Bradford County Grade Completion Certificates '
High School graduating class Friday were presented to: Vonda Brown. :
evening June 8: Marlene Campbell, Robyn Brown Brenda Bawek
Crawford, Gene Joyner Addle Bauldree, Ann Baker, Mona Crop
Sheila Rhoden, Castle Rid- Donna Dormlney Jerome Mitchell
A GOOD TASTING dick, Bobbin Wadsworth and Randy Teresa Melton, Dawn Manning Ken ;
0000 Young ny Crawford. Stephanie Redding, '!

Patricia Scott, Keila Shealy, Rob ;"
Spitze. Christine Sherwin. Frank

Sheffield, Alan Rogers, Howard .
Hampton Lake News Underwood, Angela Thomas John
Watson and Darren Whitehead. This
class taught by Mrs Ernestine Den
New Venture mark, leaves school with the uncertainty
Scott Clark drove to Pompano of spending their 7th grade at ;
Beach Saturday. He will be working Hampton or the Middle School.
there as a horse groomsman during 7th Grade Completion Certificateswere
U.L ITlit >NO MKIt OOOO THUDS,AIM 14. THDWrio. the summer months.Scott has had experience presented to Audrey Brown. Eddie 1
JUM to. nn auMTirr RIGHT MMUVIO.IM in training horses for riding Blocker, Randy Campbell David,
\ __ and enjoys this type of work. His Cooper Becky Crawford Oscar ,
quarter ne. Vandy. who has won Estes, Melody Green Jessie Keaton .;
I $r several races was entered In a race Raymond Kerachner, Doug Manning
1 at Pompano about two weeks ago. Teresa McCIeUan. Donna Mowry .
r Mary Ann Parmenter, Woody Jones
BRAND seer 1 CongratulationsLucy Shian Roberts. Marquita McKlney,
: and E.W. Hodges celebrated Zina Beth Young Mitchell Thomas

Dated for Freshness .4 their Wedding Anniversary on June 7. Diane Waldron, Gall Sullivan, Lori .-
Lucy's appreciation bouquet from her Snow Brad Russell and Sandy J
Ml II1IM MCI MIN.*lllBnls. NYN husband was admired by all her Williams. This class taught by Mrs. .
f '
Chuck Pot Roast'u 191 g i I friends at' Hampton Elementary Carole Stevenson, will be attending j
IM m l n M.l mi win MIMfreshly _. ai I School. i I the Bradford Middle School .In .the
ground Beef I'If1' rII. !4 Paul and Fran'Joyce and Eugene Fall. .. ,' 'r '. :
.l Iff tlllMMVMIff IWNI) I/11N, 0 Meng all celebrated birthdays on :,: ,I It
Fresh Western Spare Ribs ut131 Y June 8. Ruth took Paul to dinner In t
UMI W I IM1III. Mil II I.IM Jacksonville and a night at the auc- .,.: .r''

IMMIll Smoked. .Picnics... *Clt I IMVMI. i Ml M* .....*. u B8t CLots f Y f.1 ve a 8// tion.Eugene's wife,Lone,surprised him COFFE&BRVNCIISVNDAY ;,; !'

01 Chicken Tar "JB-'ST: u48 r l with a cookout and party for family Grace United Methodist Church 01" :
unN1uSMmo and friends at their home on his birth. Lawtey will have a coffee brunch : !
keI Slab Bacon u B8t HALO day.Rita following services on Sunday June l
II,..."" .... VWZIN.11. $198 GALLON 9W Meng treated Fran and 17, to welcome our new pastor Rev. : f,
Grade A Cornish Hens u98t i CARTON Dolores to a Birthday dinner at the Don Love and his family. Please ,
La West Coast Seafood Restaurant in !.
IM mini HIHygrade come and fellowship with us. i
Hot Dogs 98 SAVE 70dNA L B SAYE 400 A Ld SAVE 40d Gainesville Saturday night.Wedding .
.... W ta Ml IM I Mil II
Giant Pack Chipped Meats 88t : ft I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Mr.
Sliced Cooked Ham fire Borden American Singles fill Best 8uyslaPr/Jl CENTER CUT DEEF and Mrs. Francis Meng attended the ;.

un mourn mm HW men twf in MM (MM Mil Mini fM Mil <47I SIRLOIN STEAK wedding and reception of Marie I ,
Assorted Lunch Meats f 1 9St,68 Pantry Pride Sour Cream 68 Spiced lunch Meat-.'..... l Green and Ted Galunka on Sunday Full gospel preaching and teaching !' 'I I
$ June 10, at St. Edward's Catholic 204 N. Water
St., Starke."j
vat wain MI inClaussen IMNIIII mifeMIII tin ai r l lr 141
Assorted Pickles '121 Merico Texas Style Biscuit- 5/88/ Sunnyland Smoked Sausage '221 SAVI 4oe A ta LsMl i use Church In Starke. Pastor, O.L. Wells. ., I

INI IISmoked *i IM w tw ui M tNIWIr' N Mum HM 91 Rev. Father Gregory Fay of Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Bible study;
fork Hocks ( ,Cream Cottage Cheese 'II 1 Agar"Canned Ham 3s5 FRESHPORK Jacksonville performed the Friday, 7:30: p.m. youth service; SunJ; t!
ceremony. Joyce Meng provided the day 10:30 a.m. Sunday School 7:30 .11 },
inn ( ill rla/tl Mlr ; :
Fyne Spred Quarter's Oleo 288lltMbhePi0il/ iiSpread 88t Lykes Grill i Franks 2rt! *29'IWIIKIM i STEAKS floral arrangements for the weddingand p.m. Evangelistic service ,

.." tilt reception. ..
IM iBtiiMMafliciiwwiiiii'itM ana -
I/f1a1 1 Sliced Meat $151 Matlaw Shrimp Rolls ) .J38 :I
Bologna :
Boneless Stewing Beef 'AVI :Joe: A La Graduation i ;
Ill 011 OA /10177r11MNM Mr and Mrs E.W. Hodges attended I
wool NAN graduation exercises for their son. ,',Z '
FRYER o. :: D. L J '::-'" HOU.YRIDGE OR I FISH PORTIONS Mark. at the University of North = I I
THIGHS INNIS HAM >s FYNE TASTE Florida In Jacksonville Monday Captain John D. Warren, the son of "I y
,tin Y/tyfij SLICED QUARTER rJ2". *148J night, June II. His fiancee Tonya Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Warren of t ;
.198 'SLICED _. 268 ..
MOII-. L. PORK ,_,L .. 2Ar 112. .... IM_..0. Patrick was also present. Mark majored Starke was recently awarded the Arm ;
O/IUMlIKIe Le'M l/Vin lM/1l1 ,'. u.IMO .AYl KM In Psychology and is presently Commendation Medal for his I i
LOINA BACON employed at Lawtey Correctional outstanding service with the Intelligence I
stitution. Congratulations, Mark I Data Handling Systems

.::. Branch Fort Bragg N.C. t ,
Hampton Elementary News CPT Warren is the chief of an .
$128 .l 98 At Awards Day held at the school on automated data processing :':

PKQ. / June 7, Michael Woodfln presentedhis developmental section providing support
SAVE! lac A lB 6th and 7th grade students in a to Army units world wide. A 1968 :ilt i
Band program in an assembly of all graduate of Bradford High W.rren'>ilV
students and school personnel. Arrangements attended the University of Florida

BesttxliMUMniwmu&r9SMGWCPkrl Best GroceriesIMMKPMt / of Festival Barcaroleand where he received a degree in .' > A
Morning Star were played by Business Administration. llH
Robin Brown Brenda Bawek. Billy ,..
.At tl Upon graduation from the Universi
suP j)' J'I" Pantry Pride Toaster Pastries 59! Mason Dome jars CAM E,, rt ? Vie! Bauldree, Kenny Clark. Dawn Manning ty of Florida. Warren received an Ar- ,:'4
V Darren Whitehead Christine
MM M lPantry NI 1. my reserve commission in the
Pride Towels 21.Pantry. Pride Raisin Bran f1 FtM Sherwin, Becky Crawford,. Angela tant General orp.. From Adju'I) I
-...R'N llrl Fit .ait ..m and aNaae. i Thomas Teresa Melton. Audrey 72 until February 76, he was ltationed'lo !
$169' Charcoal Lighter, Fluid Quart Freezer Bags 49 FROZEN Brown and Gall Sullivan. with the Army Regional Personnel f
Principal Connie Clark stated this I ,
Center Karlsruhe. Germany. Upon
Pantry Pridi Apple SauceHandf 59C Pantry; Pride Honey 49* school year proved to be one of the his return to US, he attended the Army'a
savE hod best In his memory. He presented Officers' automated data
eOd _
SAYE IM r IN HOT UU pro r.
Bag.Trash Bags 69 Peanut Butter SIlt perfect attendance award certificatesto ceasing course at Fort Benjamin Has "
: Macey Rhoden, Tracy Prevail rison. Indiana,and then was assigned : '
; Donald Jordan.Amy Williams, Christy to his present unit at Fort Bragg. NC. rfi ;
BUy'illl"ull""&IruryA JII ESET ,2O EXPOSURE "Sett 1Siii/finFi-vrenK oJf! Manning, Diane Waldron Sandy CPT Warren will soon leave his t4' I
Williams and Robert Powers.A ( ,I ,
MIN NItYNwill/1111 sent assignment to attend the "
lima! Net Hair Spray f 1 1" pwwMNCwMINOCIwUMYMTNO0 NICVUNON11 KODAK .HUM, .light mattered Fillets 99* .B Honor Roll Certificates for the tant General Corps Officers' Advance itJB !
entire school
: year were presented to
Course Fort 1
at Harrison
IMIHIkfWMlisterine lLr Kta11 Iw CoouSw1 NTCMN IM Nr I.rM Benjamin
Mouthwash '171 i i at fwrdry 110 189 Mrs. Pauls Fish Sticks 99* Scott Williams Robbie Padgett. Amy and later will be assigned: to the Na- J ,
.. 'ow Hodges, Andrea Fenton Melissa tonal Washington.
r'0 tMimfcmnii" *. w
Right Guard Deodorant H"C114, Mrs. .Pauls Fried ClamsIMWIHMvni 99 Byrd. Lynn Looney Rhonell Estes CPT Warren is married to the ?f* '

tin wMM........-.. 'MMN fnt ,SBJlBli: Cindy Davis Allison Archey.Michael former Lynda Gay of Kingslev Lake- ;
Wondra Skin lotion 'I1fl Climaguard' Motor Oil 59 Ice Creani Keeper f 100 Mrs. Pauls Fish Fillets 99 Waldron.Campen Sid Billy Russell.Jordan. Nancy Len and they have two children John and n a

Corad Bandages.; */ I SiP Double Oil Filters >24'ftnt lion Oblong Food Saver \ !100 pantry; Pride; 'Whipped' Topping 49* Jones Tammy Debbie Peeples.Helle Frankie, Sandra: Tommy Names Melton,. Whitney. ", 'i't' : i.r 1:2

Mnntaiir rl inu-iwiB Sills MNtr IMttUu,lw and r
Agree Creme RinseIMWInM 'In 30oz Plastic Tumbler 3"1, HOoz Round Food Saver "'1 f1 100 Boston Bonnie Glazed Donutst$1 89 Amy Brenda Clark Bawek.Melissa Williams .i" t t:

', .. MM <****.*. IM HE Ik, *in.WIMI ;
For those having In the "
Lux Bath Soap .Six .gin. Photo Album Twelve Cup Bowl 1100 Frozen Orange :Juice 3/M/ ten mile March of participated Dimes Walkathon r,1' \

*"*"*' f rN/ri MM w 4 SMru N-... .u_ t including proper paper work the ;;', 'd:"., v
Cereal Keeper or Cake Saver 200"- lovers Coffee Filters 49 Beverage Saver, 3"1 Pet Frozen Cream Pies 59 NN ... WM48oz .......M NIM>Ml*rM : ." :: 'ij .,, ,
Nylon Kitchen Tools 4/H/ I0o7 Coffee Mugs 69 Measuring Cup 3"1' Pantry Mr NMNUNIMI/MNMINNI1MN Pride Frozen Vegetables Mt 39C Green presented and Teresa to Kim McCIeUan.Smith, Melody Mr. and Mrs. Esau C, Bright 11I.fwould \\ /" ,."(." \"
like to thank each and "" ,
To those selected by Coach Rick : : :
... .>' EzzeU to participate in the Coun- for their kind thoughts and wiahua.'!''\! \
.COC.-.. CANADA. .RY nab, lywlde Physical Fitness Meet We really appreciated the coopcraXv*1 'j
.S FUNCH -......--. I '
.rII.G t" r lion and efforts
.. awards to Carla everyone put forth tor,l,3l
rON D0 51011MS OS SIIUN tea t .. I were presented Kldd "
'to. IAUNDar COLA ISMS, IA. ... NIS I 'Amy Clark Christine Sherwin make our wedding a success.' \V.!
DITERGEIU err 1Q Naar......MIa. IOIM ewe a/N.NNMrgre aO,.. Stephanie Redding Brenda Curtis. would like to take taU time out again 4
32. BOTTLI! Owl L&TIIII )R rw$ roM1Ia14alOX '
L aM.IN PLUS DEPOSIT nUl D.O"5The. 5515. .ill'Ie: I INOYIIE.O.IMIa Amy Williams, Toni Caldwell BradRussell to thank each and everyone and soow ..
d Bret Russell. Billy Bauldree. our appreciation everything.


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i 4-II'er1 Attending Counselor Training Motorcycle Safety Talk June 22 At County Library

, ; .. LEGALSAn

i Four Bradford County 4-H'ers are 4-H is open to all without regard to helmets and eye protection show a of the CIty Clerk. Such

attending Camp Counselor Trainingthis race, color sex or national origin. TALLAHASSEE-Deatba; drastic increase in deaths. and In- FINDING Of NQ written comment
week at 4-H Camp McQuarrie In lNAN6.dine be .
in juries. om- SIGNIFICANT( EFFECT: should received at City
the Ocala National Forest. =:;...., Patrol. "With motorcyclist being killed at the> Comprehensive The City of Storke.Fforido Hall on or before June*
Doll Waters Tammy Baldree Joe Preliminary figures for the tlrst such an alarming rate, it the helmet land Use Plow Element propose* to request 29 1m. All wren cm will/
Reichert and Sheila Anderson will be four months show motorcycle deaths law was to be repealed there Is no and Mop by lowtey. the. U.S. Department ments *o received and the
receiving training In first aid life saving rose from 38 In 1978 to 62 in 1979. telling how many would be dead by Florida, In accordant of Housing and Urban b* considered the
water safety, cabin management with the local Oovem- Development to City will not request
Florida law still requires helmet now, says Colonel Eldrige Beach, releate of Federal fund
crafts nature study and but mant ComprehonlvePlanning releas* Federal fund
for Director.
motorcycle every year Patrol 1975 1 take administrative
Act of a.provided or any
under Title of the Housing
recreation.The the legislature receives urging from "The fuel shortage is causing more for In Chapter and action an the' within
4-H'ers were nominated by motorcycle groups to repeal the law. people to cars and motorcycles 163 ol the Florida Community 1974 protect prior to the dot
hat along history. Development Act of
their 4-H leaders and selected by the Th pigeon Studies made in some of the other so they can stretch their specified In the
dove of No.h'lArk Statute (.' to be used for
The famous 3.383)
Bradford County 4-H Advisory Committee to the pigeon states which have repealed the law mileage and It Is therefore more important TO: All Cltltens, Taxpayer the following project preceding sentence
belonged requiring motorcyclists to wear for riders as well as other and other" Interested Area I Renooolltatlon Merrill Edwards, City
family. __ __.. .___ Target
____ nn .n drivers to be on the lookout for each person for rehabilitationof Clerk City Hall Stark,
other." You and each of you the neighborhood Florida 32091. Itchg

"It Is a matter of self preservation or. .hereby and herewith signified No. 1 In the' City 6/14. ___________
for motorcycle riders to drive defen- given. notice .In accordance of Starke for 0 total cost "---
sively because in a collision, they with Florida of 310000. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
I iTr'r. usually come out second best" states Statute that the City It has been determined BRADFORD COUNTY.
Beach. Council of lawt.y. that such request for FLORIDA
Florida will conduct a release of funds will not
J&L hearing at a CIVIl ACTION NO.
.p I public constitute on action
Starke SeniorTo
held at .
regular meeting significantly affectingthe 79.255 ,
Become 7:30: p.m. at City Hall quality of.the' human
Army Ranger lawtey. Florida, on Mon environment and accordingly In re the Marriage of EDWIN

1 Michael l W. Gregg son of James day. July 2. 1979 and. the City of Stark KENNETH CAULEY, .''
and Amelia Luther of Starke left will consider' an Ordinance has decided not toprepare Husband and VIVIAN .
to .. .
June 12 for Army Basic Combat relating an Environmental WILLENE STRICKLAND '

Training (BCT) at Ft. Knox, Ky. Special Permit to provide under Impact the Statement notional CAULEY. wifeNOTICE ;.

The 19-year-old Bradford High that land currently Environmental Policy' Act :
School senior who joined the Army classified Commercialand of 1969 (PI 91.190)). OF ACTION
I r under the Delayed Entry Program designated by the' The reason for such

c4Tw-w I II E (DEP), has been guaranteed trainingas plan a* Orange, be decision not to prepare TO: Mr*. Vivian Wlllen .
an Army paratrooper and Ranger. reclalfied' { to Mobile such Statement are as Strickland' Cauley '
After completion of BCT he will con Home-Guard Trailer and follow: Address Unknown ..

SPECIAL BUY 011TRAYELTRAILERS tinue his advanced individual training designated Brown the This project does not
I :_ IL-I I (AIT) at Ft. Benning. Ga. property of John Torode, adversely affect the YOU ARE NOTIFIED ''

completion of AIT he will at- described a* follow: quality of the human that an action for '
: Upon
tend the Army's Airborne School at Soc:. 23 Twp 55 Rge 22 E environment dissolution of marriagehas
1 Lot being East 75' of
An EnvironmentalReview and
been filed
will you
Ft. Benning and upon graduation
hotel lot In lowtey W. of Record
respecting are required to serve a
the Army's Ranger School at
Concords Fleetwood Ranger RR.You the within protect copy of your written
Selection Ft. Benning. Completing or. further given has been made by the CI-
defenses, If to It enpetitioner's "
School he will be assigned to the 82nd NOTICE that a copy of ty of Storks which any
Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg N.C. told proposed OR. documents the environmental attorney,
In Stock To Choose From Gregg will receive a $2,5OO cash DINANCE I I. available for review of the whose name and address 1
Vega I I. J. J. WOLBERT '
bonus for joining the Combat Arms. your inspection at the project and more fully -
The young man, recruited by Office of the City Clerk, sets forth the reasons JR., P. O. Box 1066.
SP4)) Mike DeSue of City Hall Starke, Flo. 32091 on or
Specialist 4 ( Lowt.y.Florida. why such Statement I I. .
Also Have Used Homes Starke, is career-minded and hopes to not required. This b.lar.July 12, 1979, and "
We one day become a drill sergeant. Each and every)' person Environmental Review file the original with the
Michael not the first of his family having any interest Record is on file at the clerk of this court either
to go Army. His maternal grand whatever in the enactment City Hall and Is availablefor before service on petitioners
For Sale father. Ralph Corn of Asheville of this proposed public examination attorney or Immediately
appear and thereafter:
N.C., is an ex-sergeant major. copying upon request -
and be heard the
See John Brown Today For A New Or Used Home Priced So That For more, Information contact Sergeant on Army First opportunities time and place proscribe at Office at between the City Clerks the will otherwise be entered a judgment for thor.ll.f

The Average Person Can Afford It. T Class (SFC) Bernis Fowler of the Ar ed. CITY COUNCIL hours of further 8:30: and 4:30.: demanded In the

leetWOOQJOHN my Recruiting Station at Room 319 of CITY OF LAWTEY No environmental petition
y review
For The Ultimate meYour the Federal Bldg. at 401 S.E. 1st Ave.: FLORIDA
such project Is proposedto
in Gainesville. 6/14.
Itpd be
prior and seal of this Court on
---------- the for releaseof
NOTICEOf City of Stork. Federal Funds.
Pot Office Box C All Interested agencies
APPLICATIONFOR City HallStorke groups and personsdisagreeing
HOME CENTER AMENDMENT Florida 32091, with this Clerk of the Court
OF THE decision ore Invited to By: Marian McRae, A*

LAND USE PLANCITYOFIAWTEY TO All INTERESTED submit written comments Deputy Clerk

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4 BR concrete black with Spacious outbuilding. LAWTEY HONEYMOON SPECIAL t TERRACE BEDROOM 2 BATH CENTRAL
swimming pool on I 1''v> acre A VA FINANCING AVAILABLE MODEST HOME MODEST Br 1 bath kitchenlivingPRICE HEAT 1/2 ACRE, CARPORTAVED
lot on Morgan Rood. Brick home In country "illini.I't'ur"O": Stucco. 3 BR Tiled area' Borage. Approxi. I DRIVEWAY

FHA approved 3BR, 2 RESIDENTIAL FHA-VA. KKU.IOK: both screened porch cars '" oc St. Clair St. INCREDIBLE, . :. . $17,50000
bath block In town 75 x 150 lot with 2 BR I B from. $7500.00. good terms. Associate port. OVER 1200 sq. It. SMALL ACREAGE
Rlcherd Roberts I \\\ 1I'I.nNIIt1Th2.3hINi: 1.15 AC with well .
.2 BR one both block S4 800. ONLY $400.00 DOWN BROOKER AREA 3
3BR IB frame with. nice lot. S9500 00 Ann Godwin : 1.16 Ac. S4.800.
Christian Street large lot. HOMESTEAD with/lireploce IEDROOM 2 BATH. CENTRAL HEAT t AIR
.6 acres & 4BR.Hampton- Judith Flynn 1 acre loft for homes or on 8.2. ocres. 6 rooms 2.31 Ac. Fronts 225: W. STOVE REFRIGERATOR CARPET MONTHLY
Paved; rood. 3Br 1 IB with. 3 acres Pets Sllcea mobile home. $2,995. both screened porch. SI0.500. PAYMENT. 1210.00.1/2 ACRE TREES PAVED

.26 acres waterfront'GrandinTerms terms Storage Bldg. Highway 225 2.33 Ac. with well $9.300. DRIVEWAY.
3BR with 4 acres Hwy 16 Wed Reduced 2000. .* W. 2.35 Ac with well S9.3oo.i i IMAGINE . . . . $24.600.00SOME .
.2 to 10 ocr..-S.v.rol FLORIIAND, 4 to 26 .acre. .In lowtey 2.35 Ac. $8.700.
3BR I 13 4 bo 5'ocr hloxk. nice one acre lot with L.L $3.000 per acre term. 30S Ac. Fronts 225 W.
locations-Terms. large oak. *- Z-' REALTYPhone 'to'' STARK $14.300.

14.5 acres t SBR Caps ,,,.7700 30 Acre pines well and LOOK WHAT WI 3.68 Ac with two well a

Cod. FARMS ft ACREAGENice 393 N, Temple Avenue septic $40,000. FOUND!I 11 I Home with ins I8'x4Y CI Bldg. 19800. .
lots in town
6 acres with 3 BR. 1 B Irame. coma. Over 1800 so* ft. CI .
4 Ac 225
36.35 acr.*'.1J4O': US 301 QQ fronts West .
and hear
Came In about IN
3 acres with well Hampton area.2BR 56.500 3 BR. 2 both fireplace, cars jjO.300'
12x64 mobile, home on Goad In Business Pro term
AND effi
Mobile H..O. JfjjcrQKeystone area REDUCED, port separate
waterfront lotMotel perty. On 2'1'.Dcr.' 301 200' frentege m lerge CI h.", ..
7 ocr..51.500. ciency. over
8 Trailer Park-on Easy 80 Acr. form 3 BR 2 Bo St. Clair St. 3 .2BATH Chome in Kingsley lake .....bU"' old house let SO 120'Income
acres 55.000. Easy Terms.WATERFRONT 7 Fenced
of the best In town and 3 8 Rm, 2 gosh Frame. home. borer out-bldgs. 30 ,country on oe. producing properly 1 large homo Madison I
and cross fenced .xtro
making mono,. Financing available, pecan tree, fenced I CLEVER COMFORTABLE trailer hook-up. 1 small homo Pork Place caned Commercial $22,500.

Now booking for Over 200' frontage on Black Creek 2 acres with 2 BR $16.975.00. croii-fenced $150,000, CONTEMPORARY over Brownlee Rd. 11% A-4 BR2B CrUA J fireplaces.
iumm./-2BR cottage on ALL OWNER FINANCEDwith house-West Adkms-$9OOO.Ownerfln..
frame house. 1200 sq. ft. 3 SR. C8 home
Kingsley Lake. 3BR. IB. Con elk house only' 2 years old' on Sampsonlake. HANDYMAN SPECIAL an 100 Acre forms, wall, septic playroom off kitchen, WITH LOW DOWN 120 acres -.hi and rallln' fenced A crassfencedowner .
Tired of looking? L.t us 2 Iota coma take a look. Elac. appro 100 FHA approved Neil Court.PAYMENTS, financed $138.000. <

build you o new home with One lake in restricted pecan tree, divided by $590.Beautiful building let .....", Rd.
ocr. on Crosby area.
o "Touch ol Class". Watch MOVE INTO NEW HOME paved road $130.000. ALL HOMES SHOWN IY 2 story colonial apt. house I tote..-Walnut St Purr
for our Model Home, th COMMERCIAL Financing available' to aquolo'iod I APPOINTMENT ONLY. Large home $25,000-Lawteyewn.r financed.
"Barcelona". at the Country buyer edge of Furnished 2-BR Mobile 3 stores-Heart of Sterke-ta. I.....
large service station with remodeled offices. Equip. Included
Club) 210' Hwy 301 town. on I acre 13500.. 1301 Searing 3BR 21 CH8.A low utilities.

21B frontage on Hwy 301-Servlce Station pump and 3 BR frame 1.6 FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 3.2 Acres, home, trailer, huge garage, fish pond,
WE SELL THE EARTH on acrespaved
financed. 11..1"
Country ,
tank Included. Reduced to 145.000. 'IN I
."AND w .EVERYTHING. ON IT Hwy 301 North 150' TOO' lot with small con. blk. bldg. acreage at $3.000. per 12800. road. Terms BRADFORD COUNTY CALL '36 Acre $1650 en acre fenced.
tvenlngsiRalph i Great location acra. t2story $44.000 3BR 21 CHAA everslied double get Ig. den.
P. Included : BILl.POWEllREAL $26.000 SIR 18 Pratt St., Privacy.
Bryan Mobile Home Pork-12 acre I mobile home frame 3 BR 1 Bo
Realtor ,...uot Room for expansionMOBILE LOTS ON SAMPSON LAKE 12000. lot 100 x 94' Corner Broadway S. Call.
E. DouglasBrokerSalesmen' IB and Crosby Lake. $29,000 owner flnarlcad. ESTATEYour New brick, big' country home, fireplace 1 acre.

Wayne HOME OR BUILDING LOTS $28.000-606 W. Madlsen-large 2 story home.coriter.
RIALTO ACREAGE ZONED FOR Large frame In good $7.100. Lot-Hampten 0.4.-330' ISO1
.. ."3 owner fin
Phon. I I."1'. acre Hveyi JCpi ftoo O catlon.. Good terms.: condition grooms I bo. 50 ,
MOIILI HOMES, with 10% 13 acre Hwy JOt: N I Morgan Rd. Owner financed.
David Dye'Associatehone. ) ....1225 Hampton Lot with well I septic $3.495 low down pay [ down nice oraa. with pecan trees 3 rental Best Hedge Estate on lake Genev.-s.veral home.
ment. good access to property. mobile home. I extra $27.500 large roam, fruit trees,.walk everywhere
Vlcfcl' Powell Associate hook-up(room for several 1)) Against. InflationI 20000. Deluxe MH 38R 2CFIIA
.....d We hove other lots with low down payment ft easy mon 6 near town.
Phone .. on acre -good Income
ROOM BLOCK NOME Store an 301. $27,500 I apt. Owner financed
thly payments with chain link fence, near owner-financed 65.000 I have several properties C.rcl.llat. Call St.-bet location-Owner flit

Paul H. Faulkner-Realtor schools rollerOwner.QPPKEi that can be bought with' $41.800. ..","Ung. older .homo plus 8 acre*.

Susan M. Bakken.Realtor .t moll down payment 42 acre Inside' city Owner financed
Evenings 944172REALTOR Evening Please call school lawtey Balance 5 yr*, ft 94% $2500 4 lots Laurel Baptist, Read.
Vernle P. 0........ Broken toward Baptist .
church Then right.. .. Brick 4BR 38 five acre out of city.
ORE Phone 964S476Pearl 24 '
ASSOCIATES Church (lei low slfnsj).. rtiS /;,: \t.;. 984.8484iSSOCIATE' Hrsr: take Santa Fa lot 7.' MVf, $".100. Owner fin
.... 94-7731 ,
Irene Feulknes- 964-SI42 Andrew : W&* : : t .
Veda M. Settle.-ve.. ,....*" ,.G. Dell '*...71" DAY, EVE, t WEEKENDS*'! % CWO (RET) DOM OE SANTIAGO, Bill fills > Associate nO. 473-2180 .

Julie I.CrttfI.-.....'''-7n, Mary Hamilton 964-6235 Phone 782-3886 t.t_ ge -/5375./ Lucille Conner Spry Associate 964-8430
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Hershel Markham told the
Invited to the tournament.
Town Council Tuesday, June 12, that
a portion of the city's fire The tournament Is scheduled for Ju r a ,1 t
station t II ,1
his property and he on Iy 12 13, M, and the aft moon of the r'
wants to sell his 1 b .
!a 15th.The iK
Markham entered the council: discussed the CETA
meeting employ who was to begin work for the
building after most of the business .;'L T
had been completed and city this week. Several of the council
council that informed the members interviewed him Saturday, ,,
feet of the fire sta m;
June 9. and he
tion lay on his was begin work
said he had the listed Markham Tuesday June 12, but he did not show _
with a ,
realtor and up Tuesday. One of the members was t
,parcel: of expected to sell that small to find out what had kept him from beIng .6 '
property along with five Iota at work.
nearby in a short time.
He offered the After much discussion, C.J. j\
city the first
opportunity Stalnaker
motioned to replace all the
to buy the t
triangular lot locks to all the with
city buildings
(approximately 50 ft. by 48 ft. by 26 padlocks. ,
ft.tough) for time$2,000,saying they may have a Discussion began after one of the I, "I
reasoning with whoever members reported he had heard thecity'
bought the land.Councilman "
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lawn mower had been stolen
Steve Nipper suggested from the old fire station. Council ."- rFy p. rr, ,
a committee look :
the members discussed the problem that
and report back to the council i. r rt
many had
at the next persons keysto
agreed and a meeting.committee The council city property, and the only way to t 6t tlj?, ) '
was i. y
pointed. ap- keep everything locked securely was
to get all new locks and Issue keys only M'y I
attorney Jess Wolbert said the to authorized ; l n
persons.In y
city could not lose the property, and :''fitk
the station would not be prevented
from operating.In other council action the council
moved toRequest
earlier business, Fred Cunn- .
that the state
grant an extension -
representative for the
on the land
use plan coun-
.County Pop Warner Assoc., approached ty Is doing on Brooker. The county requested :
the counicl requesting his the city ask for this exten- ;
group be allowed to use the ball field sion. ?a ,r4 :
for a softball tournament. a

After discussion, C.J. Stalnaker Rent a tractor to mow the city. A
moved that
the be allowed
group to committee
was appointed to
use the field if they pay $25 to cover for arrange
mowing time, rental and hirIng -
electricity costs for lighting the field of t
a to
person operate the tractor.
for the night games. It was agreed Several of the council members ,,.. Cantion..ChiIdren Playing
the school board
must be contactedand voluntered to help with the work.
be granted permission before from the board must Allow the fire chief to service<<: the SCIt001.'s OUT..and the woods and parks and playgrounds and sometimes! trolled cadence of teachers for a while. Watch out for them while their l i r
takes place. The council the tournament water pump on the auxiliary fire streets bustle with the busy feet 0'students who won't have la march to the conuar.glmented minds spin through these play days.iy .
expressed truck I if it can be done for less than
their desire that the Brooker team be $50. I

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of '79 says Goodbye to BUS

\I Two hundred twenty members of tlons to the problem. He said we must through those years. >. r J
the Bradford High Class of '79 surmount several challenges In the "We have been shaped")af&ded
celebrated graduation Friday.June 8, next 10 or 15 years or slip backward Into people very different, tttat we I.
with a standing-room-only crowd at from our role as a preeminent world were when we came here," 1....
Bradford Stadium. "We need to thank our phNsfe. for
Guest speaker Doyle Conner, Canner said while availability of pushing us when we needed rahing{ ,
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture crude oil has decreased and the price giving us encouragement wlMB H was
has increased the availability of deserved and
reflected upon his days at Bradfora11Igb
and challenged the graduates to wheat has Increased and the price has was nee!ed.
face the problems of the day and decreased.As viding the
realize!they must solve the problems."We he continued Conner told the and answering
have different problems today graduates they would be looked to to were confused.
than we had when 1 was your age,"he find the solutions for today's problems giving us the ,
said. "We really don't know whereour : giving us the : :
economy Is headed. You will have "Our problems are great Indeed, strongest and
sufficient opportunity to solve these but so are your opportunities." he tion in the world.
problems. The challenge facing said In closing. "These people .
young people today are perhaps Valedictorian Jerald Dwayne class of 1979 to r
greater than those which faced my Baldwin followed Conner with a world." Baldwin
graduating class 32 years ago." farewell address to his fellow Diplomas,
classmates remembering they Thomas L.
As he continued. Conner spoke of weren't the same people who came to Roman Alvarez
the energy crisis and the challenge the school four years ago and thankIng and the j
facing the new genration to find solifr those who had helped them march to the

Oops! We Left 2 Out !

Two recipients of Santa Fe Com
munity College scholarships were
omitted from last week's story on NQ
award winners for the Bradford High iY ",
Class of '79. Sylvan Williams and .T fl
Tracy George have received full two-
year academic scholarships from the
SFCC Board of Trustees Academic
Scholarship fund. '


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reported "very favorable news" to
the Bradford bounty Commission f
!Monday concerning the housing
financing authority.
Hardy said he had been told that
Congress had agreed upon a cutoff
date in April for approval of programs I
to provide home financing Prisoners Being Trained In Solar Heating Work
possibilities for families who mightnot

otherwise be able to borrow TALLAHASSEE-No more drudgeryof Now Inmates at Cross City Seventeen inmates with previous need for skilled installers. Salariesare course to Lake City Community;;
money for a better residence. stamping our license plates. Correctional Institution at Cross City courses in air conditioning and very attractive in Florida, he College and expects it to be adopted:
Under the program,the county may Florida Inmates are being trained in and offered for credit at the institution:: I
enrolled in vocational heating hand
were for
be allowed to sell tax free bonds to be are a training picked the pilot says.
used for low Interest loans to eligible the solar design marketing and installationof class In solar heating. CCCI Is the class. After completion of the course Bowers has\ recommended the next year. .
heating equipment.
families in Bradford County. second state correctional institutionIn in January they will receive a voca-
said the had the country to offer such a tional certificate from the fully .JUN.17
H.Tdy program .... ISA SPeCIAL DAY FOR
Inmates have been
manufacturing pro ram (Somers CorrectionalInstitution accredited Northamerican Heating
reportedly passed through a Congressional
committee and would eventually solar panels at Union Correctional in Connecticut was the and Air Conditioning Wholesalers
be approved. Institution at Raiford, Florida for a first.) Association, Home Study Institute. ; rjJ'I a
lie said the county authority had number of years, and last yearplumbing The U.S. Department of Energy's
and air
hired a bond attorney on April 9. conditioning-skilled Solar Technology Transfer Program Roscoe Bowers vocational coordin-
Inmates installed a solar system at likes the Idea to the tune of a $500
Because of that action before the ator and instructor at CCCI for three
cutoff date established by Congress the Tampa Community Correctional grant for textbooks, technical and a half years has been teaching
Center. It was the first WEED-EATER MADE FIRST TO LAST
Bradford will be one of the counties major state pamphlets and study guides to Start the Friday night classes since July. 'I -
building in Florida to use solar energy preparing the prisoners for a place intomorrow's \
allowed to take part in the program. The final project wll be the construction
"It's about time we had some good in its hot water and space heating economy, of a solar lab for demonstration. \ A Size & Model For Every Weed Or Grass

luck," someone commented. To date the inmates have designedand Trimming Need REDUCED PRICES
Hardy said the authority had proceeded ,J., built two collector panels on- \
as though the program wouldbe Solar Power. portable stands, which cost about$125
completed and therefore fell within more on .. from page, i, ',, each. Commercially manufactured The CLIPPLi NOW $J499,

the permitted time. collectors cost approximately $450 amine way Ala _. __
Hardy agreed the county had been and more than $1,000 to Install, {i ,
lucky and voiced the old adage that Water from an "open" type solar tion heat collectors was on display. Bowers said. And he should know. He SNIPPIE Was '39'$249
"even a blind hog will sometimes find water heater, in which the actual Savill said none of the collectors had has worked In the building trades for WEED EATER
an acorn." water from the tank circulates shown any deterioration of thermal 40 yeirs and In 1957 began a 16-year
He estimated that the soonest any through the heat collectors, will heat efficiency due to extreme heat, up to solar experiment involving the EDGER-MOWERV- NEEDlE[)! Was ,,59. $4999
money would be available would be to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. A "closed" 285 degrees F, the collectors must heating of a residence with solar
late in 1979. He said an economic system, which uses an anti-freeze undergo because of the special black power. t .
survey had begun and informationfrom solution to circulate through the heat paint which Is designed to absorb heat Bowers says he teaches the ;; SUPER NEEDlE Was '79 69"
that would help determine the collectors and transmit heat back to from the sun. inmates, who represent minimum,
maximum income of eligible families the water enclosed in a tank,will heat A new green paint supposed to be medium and close custody levels, CORDLESS ELECTRIC GAS POWERED
and the other guidelines.Motorcycle the water to around 165 degrees F. even more efficient is now in the experimental "how to design assemble and install
stage, Savill pointed out. solar units, and just as Importantly, MODELS & ACCESSORIES ALSO IN STOCK
Both hotter
are thana
conventional Technology used at U.S. Solar at how to deal with customers on their .
electric hot water r -1-- -
Hampton was developed by Dr. level."
Safety heater 140 most of F.which maintain waterat Farber at the University of Florida Upon completion of the .
degrees where he Is director of Solar Energy "Fundamentals of Solar Heating" BLUERTRQ

Lecture Set At LibraryFind The group was shown how U.S. Laboratories and Thermal Conver course, inmates should be able to sell,
Solar puts together a heat collector, sion. design, do cost and size calculationsand
out how you tella motorcyclistis which Savill said is the third most efficient Savill says air-conditioning with supervise the installation of residential I.,
happy- cruise on down on your of any heat collector manufactured solar power Is not yet economically and light commercial solar 1
'hog' or 'horse' to the Bradford County in the U.S. and is the least expensive feasible for the small residential user. energy systems involving the use of TOP QUALITY LONG &
Public Library next Friday, June when comparing cost per But solar powered heating systems standard components. The course i
22. at 10 a.m. square feet versus thermal efficiency. and especially solar powered water covers the basics of solar heating and
John Curls, owner and operator of Savill explained U.S. Solar's unique heaters are most practical,especially cooling solar radiation solar CORONA ou1
Suzuki of Starke, will give tips on system of bonding two dissimilar when incorporated into a home whenit collectors, heat storage, sizing of '
motorcycle safety and maintenancefor metals, copper tubing to aluminum is first built. components, domestic water heating, GREEN THUMB /f1// : ,-
the third activity of Super Sum frames, a system he said gives Savill said U.S. Solar sold 483 heat installation and service. WALLACE J The Light Weight Chair .
mer Library Program 1979. superior heat transference from the collector panels and 67 systems in .
Curls will bring of its network of dealers Saw Dad Will Enjoy. '
a couple aluminum to the copper tubing.An May through The benflts of the program, in Your Choice ; ;
machines to the the '
library experimental set of demonstra- across country.
addition to strengthening the correctional f Many Special Features: .
institution's rehabilitation
include the possibility that '' Several Models
-v. IrI Inmates could install a solar systemon :: .Ot 'I'!: '
existing correctional facilities. Priced From $109 95'
+I a Bowers said with $13,000 his students
could solar heat a classroom now used
for the air conditioning and electrical

v'Y: occupations classes. CQi; EutYCut you QC9Q4 without ; .0' \
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for the trainees are plentiful becauseof r
the growth of the Industry and the


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I Landscape Available With Key-Lectric Or Manual- :

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P. O.Starke Box 773 SAVE NOW '

A 1200 check Is presented' to ClvlUn Club President Nor. Ross and Joe Toler Looking on are Lawtey Unlimited' 782-3354
I man Dowdy and Dlal-A-Tren Coordinator Cathy McAlpine sponsors D.A. Thomas and Clifford Martin.
by LWCI Inmate members of Lawtey Unlimited John 'W KING OF THE


I Lawtey Unlimited Fund Dlal-A-Teen 20% OFF +' HEAVY CONSTRUCTION

The members of Lawtey Unlimited, saw that they could help in the community -
an organization of inmates at Lawtey and in the institution. t WHEELS REQUIRE LESS EFFORTTO
Correctional Institute. Thursday, OR Ail Tires In StockWe PUSH.
May 31, donated $200 to the Starke
Clvitan Club and the Florida State
Employment Service FSES( ) to be USED T.V.s1! Service All Sizes Frea' SAVE NOW .
used to fund Oial-A-Teen. an employment
: service for high school and college cO it(Black & White
I students. Bloc!. Tires,nl'1l Skidder*
s Cathy McAlplne. employment Interviewer $2900 & up
for FSES, requested help Tracter TiresGERALD'S lAWN GARDENS
I from Lawtey Unlimited in this project Large"
at one of the organization's bi-wee dy Color $9500 Up I NURSERY CENTERn'.lia
t meetings several! weeks ago, asking 11 FIST
.. fora donation of 1240. The men decid-: FIM
ed to-give 9390 to help fund the project T.V. SALES & SERVICE O 639 E. Call St. 984-5743.
f The remaining SIM .is to be Hwy 301 South 9AM6PM
given soon. US 301 (Nex'To ....."MaN,
,. Lawtey Unlimited began about two Lawtey' 2-31B2 Stark 064-5831
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-:7We were the only team of the six in earned runs In 41 innings of work for a Stovall a 15 year old beat Americusin ..... .... .. ; .. .. .. .. ..-..
the tournament that didn't have any combined ERA of 1.02 (based on the title tilt with a six inning starting :
fcollege: players." Keystone Post 202 seven inning games). Carl Hagglund stint that was marked by Just \. ,i
American Legion Coach John Mc- who nailed down two wins, didn't tour hits and two earned runs. Mike .'
Cullough laid in detailing the local i

squad's weekend baseball capture tournament Athens of the in top Invitational Georgia.prize In last KHHas 8 Games in 6Days; G'ville TonightKeystone b ... ::;:"""i ; ; ,;;; ,,,, .;, ;;,,!

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J ft But did In if Post winning 202 continues four of five to play games as Post 202 will play eight games In the next six days, starting with a .i''<:'::J"i! lj@HI\\; :.;. ,,!/:':;,'.....> ;.:'; ::':.. !:'.
and the championship In the doubleheader at Gainesville this evening. The first game starts at 6 p m.
prestigious team event the detail Six of the games will be Important league contests! Including tonight twinblll. ,,r.
of-having no college players Just Quincy comes to Keystone for non-leauge twilight doubleheader starting 3:JO "
might not ring true for long. Scouts p.m. Saturday. Post 202 will then visit league rival Jacksonville Post 137 for two ,
from both colleges and the pros had to games starting at 2 p.m. before hosting another loop doubleheader against i invettr..ze
be.Impressed as Keystone scratchedout Palatka Tuesday night, June 19. It starts at 6 p.m. at Joel Bryan Field. iv
victory In the marathon round- KH has seen both Gainesville and Jax 137 recently, sweeping the C-Men at .. _
robin format. home Tuesday. June 5, and raking Post 137 8-1 In the Athens tourney last L. u performance at the Toby Dillow tossed a complete
:=After bombing Dahlonega 10-1 in a weekend. Keystone Coach John McCullough figures Quincy to be good competition made Eddie Dyal a prime can game four-hitter at Jacksonville Poet ,
Friday!' night game that didn't end until noting that they swept a doubleheader from Panama City, a team KH split ,. for tourney Most Valuable 137 and also stole six bases In six tries
about i a.m. Saturday morning KH with. "Palatka Is one of the weaker teams In our league (finishing last the last honors and knocked In four runs In the
lost a nine-Inning 2-1 heart breaker to two years) so we really have to beat them." the Keystone boss said. Athens Invitational. t
Gainesville. Georgia and edged host The latest standings known had Deland on top of the conference with a 7-1 '
Athens 6-4 in Saturday games. With mark followed by Keystone 3-1. Jacksonville-233 3-3, Jax 137 and Palatka. both doubleheaders before and ,
t the title on the line Sunday Post 202 0.0; Gainesville 1-5, and Daytona and Lake City 02. the Georgia games. This year and Eddie Dyal (whose seven-for-20
drilled league rival Jacksonville Post Southpaws Toby Dillow and Clark Stovall are expected to pitch against G'viUe ; ; : : pitch our best In the tourna platework computed to a .350
137 8-1 and then edged Americus, tonight-if they're ready. \ And we used all 16 players we average, tops for the team in the \
Georgia M in the finals with a sixth three days rest,hopefully that'll be enough" KH Pitching Coach ; not just to play them but out of tourney) and Stovall plated runners I
inning rally providing the Impetus. Billy throw Tuesday night. ''We'll check all the pitchers and Wewsinoce I with doubles In the outburst. 'I I
:Tbs wins left Keystone with an 8-H ready to but we'd like to throw the best we've got against v : i people(local reporters among
mark on the year. it's a league game and so far Dillow and Stovall have been our best. Carl Hag group) couldn't believe It Friday *..'*. ..MI* i
"Our pitching and conditioning did glund pitched real well for us In Athena and be could start.= / when we took the field with an "..r- -U1
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it:Jor us." a happy but sleepy (the o : without a high school senior. tL..N,ttuMw(i'I1Iihoot.) ..... wow*.
team didn't pull into Keystone until allow an earned run to cross the plate Richardson came out of the bullpen to Sam Sibley ((15) at third Ed- 'an.CS' .I._. y\
nearly 5:00: Monday morning) Me in 12Mi Innings while striking out 11 save Allen's victory."It Dyal (17) at shortstop, Tommy n-D_(/lC1.IMMN(/lC1.) i iM t
CuUough capsulized, "A lot of people and allowing Just seven hits. Toby was definitely our pitching and (IS) at second, and Bob 11I M.,.(N). i
((17) aUlntbase. If stood
thought we were crazy with our runn- Dillow was touched for Just six hits depth." McCullough answered when you i
ing program when we started it.After and one earned run In two appearances asked the difference between this next to some of those teams" Kill-Athens 4 ,
look like
the pitchers do wind sprints with worth nine innings. Clark year's success and the shellackings a little league team. Hagglund came on to shut the tour I
everybody else we make them run 2V4 Stovall was tagged with the loss handed KH In last year's trip to' the' 10-1 slapping of Dahlonega nament hosts out for 3'4 Innings and ,
mites after practice. That's what did against Gainesville but he tickled the Georgia ((10-1 8-2. and 16-2 were the :' knew they had no little Post 202 got him four runs to erase a ,
it this weekend. In the late ballclub on their hands.KillAmericus 4-3 Athens lead In a
innings we fancy of the local press and scouts scores McCuIIougn recalled from the nine-Inning game
were the ones that were In shape." with a two-bit, one earned run performance 1978 excursion): "Last year we really Saturday.
:And in shape to do a Job. As a staffPoet before running out of gas In had Just two pitchers. Toby and Roy 4 Dillow, who had six runs batted ht
202's arms surrendered lust six the last frame Scott Allen like Griffin and we had to pitch them in Mark Pridgen had the for the weekend drove In three runs
hit and caught the final out to in the game and Stovall added a pairof
"A.It....... earn his .ft.tsilaftta....- f.. hits. Dillow's rapped a two run
Legion pitching win in the single and then scored himself In the I
finals. sixth as Post 202 took the lead In the i
: also 3-1 entering the title first Inning the Lake Butler High star !
built up a 4-0 advantage before earned a run by himself, being hit bya
closed the gapwith a two run pitch, stealing second and third he
Keystone's half of the sixth had six in the five
'JJ'" ... In swipes games),and
: <.: :" ""I.'. ; errors and Tommy Honour's scoring on an error.
loaded the bases and another *.,*.* IMIWMB-44*
:\ grounder off Dlllow's bat _. NI N/NS-4 11alk.r.
it a 4-, game. Pridgen then .........e)Nd,,_01_.........((4)H...
his single to score the tieing ..-(5)( )Nd wAN.
winning runs. ft Mogjlund. (QO). lUkm.Gainesville. .
a tiring Allen walked the first
In the top of the seventh ,G..?-Kill I
'.I, came on to save the win... "The Gainesville game was really
barely. A sacrifice bunt attempt the best one of the tournament even
'' *'.itl ; thrown Into centerfield to put though we lost." McCullough
JUNE 14 thru JUNE 20 : at second and third with no estimated. For those who enjoy a pit.
:, '!'f. .' 1tJI The next hitter also bounced into. >, cher's duel it had to be. IS year old
J \\f """f.'W". '; t l. '. choice with catcher Keith Stovall and an 18 year old Gainesville
i + pLt y.r. : : tagging the lead runner' out, .pitcher were the !centers of attention* ..ysw61'
i.P r'5W'Hj.WE Wr p run=down. The next hitter bouncV/"- with Stovall drawing most of the con-
to Richardson,who forced the-1 venation because of his tender age.
man at third. With two on and Through six innings the Scoreboard
out the final batter flew out to was dotted with zeros but Keystone
who slipped going after the scratched through with the lead run in
ONA6MONTH but regained his balance to the seventh when Dyal singled, stole
the last out. second and scored on an error. For
actually had to come back two more innings KH held the lead but I
a 4-0 deficit In the game. They finally In the top of the ninth, so closeto
the gap with a two run third In the win, a tiring Stovall couldn't
MONEY MARKET with Chuck Dickinson getting find the plate, walking five batters in
RBI with a sacrifice fly and a two run Gainesville inning.
Prichard plating the other Sam Sibley and Pridgen had the only .
a single. other KH hits in the lost
Gainesville managed Just 2 safeties.MMMttlt. :

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Howkln ((3)) and -Ni...,.-....ekhwdN((91.-....,..
AND .P1Y lwhl .. Allan, Richardson ((7)) and W_.I.ll ..N.,(B./p|
*. Northrup ((7)). M-WIKw(O),
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.. Carl Hagglund tossed a nine inning "
... .. (A). five-hitter and Keystone was sparked i,
by Eddie py al's three hits and 12
KU S-In.IS7. bases on balls issued by Dahlonega rJ
Post 137, a North in an easy tourney

: 202 League was no member match for along the locals with ply

vi U B INTE B attack first made game and the Dillow Sunday.most out went of a the six More Gpenef'I I

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his record to 21.Seven runs in the
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I All 13 BC Roadrunners\ .Jr. AA U Area Meet

I Qualify f Association Track and Field Run \:

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r AU 13 01 the Bradford Roadnmner J.......C."11) Olrb-Pam Hawkins (12)) tat:too
w I athletes who ran In Tuesdays Junior Boys-Edward Crew U2) lot 78 yard dash, 119; for new BMS :aid
Olympia Area One track and field yard hurdles, 12.6; lit 440 71.0; 1st CLUB RECORD.Francine =
championships in Jacksonville 860, 3:02.: Long ((13)) 3rd 80 nfKerhurdles.
qualified for the next step in the Jr. Kevin Johns<12) lit shot put 24.5'; 13.1 for new BMS and CU3B
Olympic ladder-the Association Meetin 3rd discus.: RECORD; 4th 100 yard dash 11.115
Winter Park July 28.Tuesday" Emmett Watkins (13) 2nd 200,30.1.
3rd 440 76 9;: 3rd 100 12.0. 440 yard relay Hawkins and Lii-g
p meet included athletes Craig Falstereaux (12) 2nd 440, teamed with two Orange Park flPJa
r from 10 counties in two divisions- 76.1; 3rd 220,33.7. 4th 100, 13J. for S4.2 win and new MItBT
Midgets for 10-11 year olds and Timmy Gonzales (12) 3rd mile run. RECORD. 5
Juniors for 12.13 year olds. Roadrunner 6.S9: ; 4th 440, 87.3. Kathy Diggs (13) 4th 440, 726 =t
Coach George Loner said another
.- 10 Bradford County Iracksters were
.. to run in Wednesday night's meet of
the two older divisions-Intermediate Game Commission Notes Bream Beds H I
for 14-15 year olds and the Senior Divi
lion for olds.
year Florida Game Commission-June lathe ty. the Santa Fe River and Suwalfiftee
Roadrunner entrants and their top
four magic month that signals the Lake near Live Oak. These areas
places in Tuesday's meet followa
of and have been excelgnt
beginning summer vacations providing
four in event
} v J top placing any bream beds. For vacation memoriesthat bluegill, redear, and redbreast
1tr the athlete for the Association
t qualified will last lifetime take the family and should around
a fishing improve
1! meet to be held July 28 in Winter
t 'Ij Park: on a fishing vacation. the full moon. ==
Bream are bedding on a number of
Midget 00.11) local lakes with the best action at Crappie fishermen can expect Excellent
Boys-Michael Alvarez ((10) 2nd in Orange Lake south of Gainesville.Moteland results In Newnans Lake, drifting
440 yard clash 1301. camping accommodationsare the open water around Purl)
en Allen Gonzales (10)) 1st in 8 lb. shot available as well as guides and Point. Crappie are also being caught
( ) put. 17'3.5"; third in 220 yard dash boat rental Lochloosa Lake breamare in Ocean Pond on the brush attracts
31.7; fourth In 100 14.2 being taken around the hydrilla built by the Florida Game and FreshWater :
John David Francis (11) lit in 440. beds on grass shrimp. Available ser Commission. These attraclars
Ji & 4 76.0 2nd In 220, 31.6; fourth in high vice includes cabin rentals camping are clearly marked and good catcftcs
t Jump, 3'llGirlsLinda". accommodations and guides. have been reported. S
: DeWitt ((11) lit in mile For some variety on those vacation This year conserve energy by staying -
run 6:402: setting a new MEET day trips try the fish in Alligator in Florida and taking the faiiitiy
,Ill ..rIi RECORD. Lake and Watertown Lake In Lake Ci- on a fishing vacation.
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Don'l say "'s not for r.allo the pro-
11JWr feiwional wrestling fans who shelledout E:
tl-S a ticket for the pro grapplingcard
al Bradford High School tail .
Thursday night. \ .t # tin ;::::
Some 700 fan and curious non-fans C3
attended the action-packed show. _
with the HIIS Athletic Department being __ __
the real winner with a $$00 t: f 0,1 "
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guaranlee coming iti way. 1 #
SiKhU at the night of wrestling w::
eluded students the -
: Top-BIIS telling 1py
bad>"..*._.I!; J\lIddlAnolher t
fan urging Steve Keirn to "Get up a a SE
Steve"after Don Morocco threw him a : 'fl iilP'U.S.
4 over the top rope; Bottom-Morocco. :::
7 In a constant verbal battle with angry a o e
11 onlookers during his tag-team match. S Ir -t:;
Morocco had labeled Starke aa a
place "where people walk around In 3
bare feel and Ih'e In gran. huts."on a
promotion of the event; Below- .
kr' King Curtis reading an "Asian
Spike" thumb to the throat. 301 AT CITY LIMITS g

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Changed Keystone Cheerleading Tryouts "jf! 'f ,

:5; Tlirrr hatvrn a change in theKrystanr A clinic sponsored by the Clay Tryouts will" be held at' 8:00 p.m. ?
llritthln I'op Uarnrri County Center for Community Educa- June 23 ill the Keystone heights! djni. ,t IIl.
:: hrrrlrailiiitf article frnni I."t| week. lion and Keystone!' Recreation Girls will be required to wear shorts, ft fy l aY6 Ii
I = Tryouts for Kl Pop Warner Association KKA> will be held June and lop with tennis shoes. i ,, (,'. ,> -
= Chwrleaders Mill be '" 21 from 6 H It Is not attend the" ; =
required this p.m. In p.m. a requirement :; : } .. .... .
.year clinic in order to try out for the squad. -', ; ; \ M .>e, ", ==:::
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teacher of the clinic. : .. .. :
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.M:.. meeting Thursday. I9at7i3ttin ,/that m'any'tho'usands of livestock leaders have realized since 1963. !|

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t + "Bull Gator" Talks UF Football at UCI

\ can't promise you when
championship will come

I can say that at sure as

) nameCharley Pell II we

right, we will win It."

they play us. If any of you
sneaked In here you better t ;
It this year. Santa Claus has ;
brought you a Christmas pre zAi;
you better enjoy It."
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it hurts us not knowing who our .
one quarterback is going Into
y It's the first time I can d
recall completing Spring pray
knowing who the quarter
was going to be. We've got five
in the race right now.
he shuffle QO..- "I never have. ,
one quarterback man. If I do It
II more than one signal-caller) '
know my heart is bleeding '. /!'
I don't believe in It. I've got ,; I',
that somewhere one of those ,, {t,
: is gonna break out and take ..:> ,'
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Strong Points"We're going UF Head Football Coach Charlie
a pro-I with two wideouts PHI accepts a hand-era belt from
of our personnel. We feel like Marla Reddish after his talk to the in-,
receiver is where we've got the male Jay errs and guests at UCI Tuesday
depth and ability of anywhere on night.
"Fun Day" in Union County With Daryl Jones (who he Maria, whose daddy Jimmy dubbed
I the "most impressive wide Pell "the Bull Gator", told the first'
Saturday June t, was "Fun Day" for Union County's Dixie Youth and Dixie in the Spring"), Crls Col- year Gator grid boos that if he wore
Boys baseball teams and parents. John Gaffney and others the belt, which was made by an Inmate
Included In the festivities were an Impromptu tug-of-war; a mama's and got quality people there." he'd beat those Seminoles and,
papa' soflball game where umpire Brenda Whitehead was THE Boss: and wet : Fisher (a tiny frosh Bulldog
sponge throwing at volunteer parents. Also enjoyed was a ballgame between the I last season now working at
LB Engineers ((13-14 years old) and their 12 year old counterparts (won by the ) is up to 228 now and if he gets
older fellows S-J), and a chicken pilau supper. 235 pounds we'll need a license
him play." Gators opponent the next week) will
Luckie (the 260 pound junior be playing a toughie (he's got a
t who has bench-pressed 500 satirical smile on his face as this
while being nationally ranked drools out-Wichita State. When
7r college shot put and discus) Is we're playing Tulsa for Homecoming
his energy in so many dif Auburn will be tuning up with Wake
areas and is not yet even a top Forest. The week before we play
4 player but he could be a great Georgia, and I don't need to tell
anybody here about those Bulldogs,
Hatch Is the best football they'll be playing Virginia."
we have back there (defensive
: ) no question." Dedication to the program- "We've
got a new man at the dining hall and a,
;i schedule- call It an acci new dormitory man. Any man or
By that I mean that when we're woman not totally dedicated, and
4734540."I Rouge home of LSU) comitted to the University of Florida
for our lives Alabama (the program is living on borrowed timer

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g* + ? S a ... 21 Hits In Opening- Sweep-

I Height's newly-formed 3 Run 9th Keys Nightcap Win
Legion baseball "B" team Keystone"B"scored three times in
a season-opening doubleheader the ninth inning to give Adams the
Deland's "B" team Sunday win for his three hit-four strikeout pit
10, clubbing the visitors 10-1 In ching performance.
and rallying for a 6-3 nine- With the game tied 3.3 after regulation -.

_._ second: game victory. and through the seventh and''
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eighth Chris ,Prichard's. 4 Prichard
----=--.--- Scotts;Harvin aed Ads ms;had was:"5 with 'double-Iotriple, and 3
: : pitehing..letorleW! in runs tatted i In*wrccfcJngtirewwenita'
Major & Minor AlH- ; outings as Legion pitchers: work again. Jeff Stone and Mike Gra-
the first game Harvin sur ziano singled to start off the rally.
jus' four hits while striking After Adams bunted into a fielder's' .
Union County Minor League All batters, and blasted two choice Bannon doubled Graziano .
Stars, headed by coach Doyle Kemp a triple, and a single in four home with the lead run, :
THOMAS METALS INC. will play, will play Friday, July 6, at to the plate. He also had three Prichard walked and Chris chase _.
8:30: p.m. at Omega Park in Mid- and scored three times. Greg Adams and Bannon home with a dou
dleburg. Chris Prichard and Scott ble. Bannon slid hard into home to jar
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage Stacy Named Green to the Matt Ml Whitehead Star team, were Brain: all had two hits apiece. glove.the ball out of the Deland catcher's

doubled home Stormer to :
Whitehead, Greg Edwards, Tommy KH had scored twice In the first as
Mobley, Allen Murphy, Kevin Simmons the first game scoring in Kit's '
Chris in brother
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows John T. Henderson. Grady at-bat. Kenny Jennings' two- booming tripled shot to left-center Greg and with then a ;.
Cochran, Keith Perkins Dwight plated Harvin and Scott Ban-
scored himself on an error. In the fifth
Mallard. Kevin Shealy, Joey Key 310 foot sacrifice fly made it 3-0.
Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save the home nine broke a 2-2 tie when ,
Michael Spires, Richard Harrisonand
"B" added two more runs catcher Rickie Thomas walked and:
Kent Harrison. < third with a double by Chris pinch-runner Bannon scored on an er

Free DeliveryLake ............................. and Harvin's second double ror.Keystone's
hits in the inning. The lead Indians totaled eight
Major League All Stars have been to 8-0 in the fifth with Har hits in the second game with six
chosen to represent Union County in triple to the left-center field walks. They committed three errors
Butler, Fla. 496-2013 1979. plating one run and Adams br In game two with just one booted
in another with a single. chance In the opener. Top hitters for
Players named were: Paul Kish, the doubleheader were Chris
Chuck Woods, Eric Pace, Michael ', fourth hit, an RBI single Prichard. 6-9; Harvin. 4.7: and Greg
Bearden Shane Rigdon, David Keystone its ninth tally and Prichard 38.Keystone '
McKinney Tommy Forsyth Jasper scored on an error in the two "B" was scheduled to
White Lee Parrish Jamie Williams to close the scoring. continue its inaugural season tonight.;: 1
Allen Jones, Timmy Jackson, Jamie Keystone had 13 hits, with Thursday. June 14. with a 5 p.m. contest .:.
Whitehead Ricky Brown Ronnie Deland errors helping the home at home against Gainesville's NW ;a.w(
Boy's Club.
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Union County Pop Warner Practice will begin August 13 with i-:*:
:. will form five teams of 26 the first game September 15. -, i
'; and ten cheerleaders for the If
registration is sufficient the 3
Men's Cords AKfcaki's Men's compete with teams from following teams will be established =

100% Polyester 1328 pr. \ Keystone Heights !Mid- TINY: TOTS: Players must be ::
Cove and
Dress Shirts Springs seven years old' by August I and
Dress Slacks Second Pr. Park. weigh at least 40 pounds Players call ";"
Asst. Styles A Colors not be 10 years old by August 1 or"
BeHlasa A Belt loop L/SA SIS weigh more than 70 pounds. This."

Model'7"J. Price. Sizes aL Effective July 1, 1979 half team of was that undefeated team will in return.1978 and over.-J.;

O o JUNIOR PEE WEE: Players cai. :
Buy One At
((3 Reg.
$9 Pr. Jr an, : U yel.r5.old! by August \ or;;,
Florida Bank at Starke weigh more than 83 pounds. This Is a 5
Get 2nd Pr.. Stacks.Ilium, Price,Get 2nd new from team last and will have 8.10 players':
up years tinytots. asi:;

/z Price I.::':: V2 PriceMen's Will Increase It's Interest Rate OnRegularPassbookAccountsFrom years than PEE loo old WEE August; Players 1 or cannot weigh be more KT-iEj'?:;;

JUNIOR MIDGET: Players cannot
: 5% be 13 years old by August 1 or weigh:?:
) = more than I IS pounds. saa
.: ( 1 1BIIY '. MIDGET: : Players cannot be 1C
years old by August 1 or weigh mortff: i
Sports Coats : rro I .. than 123 pounds. if

One 2775 Up i .y : cheerleaders.For Weight restrictions. do not apply 5:-

": lot., additional Information contact
Get Second H Price {; 51i4 % ingham!Mike Bearden, 496-2456.496-3621 or Fred i .

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HflLF PRICE W. RP. Serious AJeaut: tap
SPILEJ.nnt. \ Football assoc.
y Your Banking .uslnasss lion Is holding a car wash Saturday:
June 23, from .12 at the
Gift Certificates 1094 OFF plXOt;'. State Bank. Charges will Community be: wasK
S $2; wash and clean interior-SS: wash;
Florida Bank Starke
at from clean interior and wax $10. Inmates

j.flfM* Al Ow Btr..t. 1 04" 4-rOSO will be Lawtey doing the Correctional work as a communt.Instit1 td,

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/ l ; ( ) ', Starke/ that the league has gotten underway. tat Ii .night. while Wilbur wR Dvtd I'
/ 2B 'R. Snickers 18-Music*teers 15(Mon) Rogq!calles0 d 2 bite for RaWri(
; W,28.i ; Snlckers-Melanie Wood and Lori
Ii WomensOpen McKinney 3RS; Lori Clark. Diane .
JHR's; Wood, Jason Brown and Danny "
The first place Domino's squeaked Brown 2RS. Worfn/ngfon's/ '

past runnerup Florida Bank 11-10 Muskateers-Rick Welch 4RS; ..,...,J.. ,
(Wed) Tuesday night as Diane Smith singled Melissa Burnsed 3RS.VYorfhlngton. ,:.Y/omen's
Ratliff )some Marian Watmsley In the bottom I
:oTthe elgth inning. The win left theDomino's. .
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; a cinch as league cham- Using a burst of 17 runs In ,he '
; /ptons 15-1 with Florida Bank 12-5. seventh. inning, First Christian:
( ) 2-2,2- S-In other action Tuesday Bradford Men'sThe Church overpowered the only ,
Furniture outalugged) the Bullets to undefeated women's team in the Wprthlngton >
; ; 2-3r move within reach of third place. second half of mens Softball Springs softball league "
started with two games Thursday pitting Iffliandalv' Farms, In Tuesdaypfghlaction ,
Ipomino'f Fla.Bank 10(Tue) Crews Building Supply against The Farm club is now, tied '"
; ( ) Domino's-Diane i Smith 5-5. HR; Worthington Springs and Oak Grove with Worthington Springs for first
; -a. 2B; Marian Waunsley 3-5; Sheila Forsyth against Raiford. place ,
2-4. 24. F.bred Ch.27-H.Farms
( .' Florida Bank-Linda Cubbedge 3-4, Crews 12 FCC-Sua Whitehead, Bobble",I..o r
; Mar HR, 2B; Gloria Sapp and Melba Worthington S Whitcheael, 311; Carolyn Delaney|, ,y
; Howard Crews started their second half of Slam in 7th inning. \ '
Graf(an Jeffcoat.Lillie Mae ,
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Perry; J
W-L play with a victory over Worthington ;
/ Brad.Furn,17-Bullets*(Thur) I' ,
: 134 :r:i>.Bradford Furniture-Melanle 125. .".;1$ : : '\ ;, of :t
j Whitehead went 3 for 4 with "f, .;;..
) Jerry \
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Bryan 3-3 Sharon Whitaker S.
; 2-3; G' TI re I.-J ta It or d 8 ,
; 1-7 Paula Anderson 2-4. two singles and a double while,Joe 12 wllks in their tavortponna. 'f,
; ( 6-7 ".Broughton's Bullets-Juanlta Reed Stephenson collected a pair of hits. word'q ;<\ {; "
: ; 4-11 2-'.' Also for Crews Carl Drake stroked Rai/-Rita 'I''
\ Rogers 2 I( 'daJI
1-12 two singles and Bill Barton added a
; ; <" .'\" Domino's Brad.Faro (Thur) home run. Although Worthington out R f'bH.' \ //J ">!' .\,.
'';fDomlno'I-Marlan Walmsley hit Crews the Builders[ came out on '/; I ",'H :':\ ,
'o 3-3;
i : ( : 'l;. : it; Judy Broughton 2-3; Betty Jean Hud- op.Worthington's( Union{ DY Minor .-
) : 8n and Joy Mains 2B; Linda Lee 1-1, Buddy a .
,,4MS. 3 for 4 night while Fabian Scaff Bud- i '
; : ..f'Jf Bradford FurniturePaula Ander- '' dy Guynn and Mike Dukes added two. The Bobby Parrish Doges rode the
; ; l tan 2-3; Janice Jockel l28. hits apiece. pitching of Brian Whitehead for a M
) to rule ,f4 t I victory over the Howard Auto''Part
; ; ,'' J'f \, Fla.Bank 21-Bullets 10(ThurS, Giants Thursday, June 7, to wrap up
; Into a ...i l&t Florida Bank-Carolyn Reddin 3-5.2 first place In Dixie Youth Minor
; Lake1" :'fHR's; Peggy Nettles 4-5; Edith Sapp Oak Grove League; baseball .
i ',,3-5. Raiford S Whitehead who won his 11th game
; 4Broughton's Bullets-Ginny. Kllby. Oak Grove opened their second half walked two, struck out 12 batters and""i
; (Tae) 'asd Sara Matron! both 23. of play scoring 26 runs on 21 hits bombing was only threatened seriously in one 1;
.*. i ,' Raiford via the 15 run rule. Inning when the Giants picked up .'
( ) ; Standings after Tue.Games. WLDeminos Oak Grove picked up 14 runs In the their only runs of the game. : !
: ; 15-1 second inning with tong hitting from Leading hitler for the Dodgers was ]
/ :3-4;."__..Florida Bank 12-5 Clarence Seay who had 4 hits for the Greg Edwards, who was 2 for 3 in-
; 2-4.SB. ." Broughton's Bullets 3-13 night eluding a three run triple in the 5th inning -
; S Bradford. Furniture\ 2-J4 Doug Barnett Jimmy Thomas and $ closing the door on the Giants 1
l ) :;,; Silas Lee added to the firepower with Whitehead! helped his own cause by
; 3-4." ,.." ,-If 3 hits. Raiford was ahead after the stroking two doubles and knocking ,
; 2-4', first inning 31, but Oak. Grove two run*. Grady Cochran and Tony j
) Starke Tee-Bo//// started their rallying In the second in Kemp collected the other 2 hits fo the >
: ; 3-3; ning. Harvey SMith had a perfect 3 Dodgers who closed the season,13-4' ,'.',;I'
; ; 2-3;
; >,Feee Ball Baseball began Monday, the kids got off to a great S 'u I, 5 5S. I I' "
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;Mit Ed lhabbles2i-Rascals2) (Mon) .. ''.'t.a4u, : '
( BlakeBB. 1 1"i"
.Bubbles-Kevin Boone T. :ft
; 3-4. ;, Prevatt,. Gary Gonzalez anJRJch '. I,II
Washart 3RS. rants
: Rick 2-2.t :'Rascals..John Graham, Brad ,
) Neighbors, Frederick Jones and Tara ).' ''', "
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sits. .
; ; ) 't Crackers 32.Zonkers 28 (Mon) ,

; 4-4, "f'Crackers-Teresa and Evan 4RS; SS... _
2B ., L aton.;"'Becky, Adam, Lisa Jody, '
Davkl April, Gary and Julie 3RS. '
( "rzonkers-Andy Goadowns, Chad
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.Steve r3f'J'! .' Brown BretHancockt.
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3-8 The Small Fry baseball league got -151i
2-9 off to a good start this week, with two ,
: 3-10 games on the first day of play. ,
4; jG.lor.I'-RN'14 (Mon) ,
pators-Chris' Noegel and Brady !
: Raburg '3RS; Chad Reddish and
Lisenty Burton 2RS. S 11gtJJ1
RedA-Llsa Tierney 3 RS; Ron S
Zurfhlh.>' Cindy Samons and Pam
Thornton 2 RS. gts5jfm'
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In "'i'SMn.! I 12>Astros 4 (Mon)
Suns-Link Bishop and Billy
Hariaon3RS; Byron Raqwell Judson
: Jacksodpnd, Bo Bishop 2 RS.
( ) the 'Astros-Chad Tenant Shane Benet,
6.),' Roy Jackson and Chuck. Smith I RS. \
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I "$Yankees 14 Hulks II (Mon)
'Yankees-Rick Kimutls 4RS; Dodie
I a tie McRa, Bill Hamilton and Chandra
ate ,a Woods RSc 1 'rOcB'
Hulks-Andy rLewisi and Johnny
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Santa Fe Sets Registration, Disco Dance Clares;' \I Deers the Cause in'Two.Car Wrecks .. !

i ft ; A fake Butler man escaped! aeriouJl A J ec ksol v lIIa woman'_.. weal nn SRda about 21/2 mile east ofCRegUteration
In SUrke for the rammer office for all SFCC classes, Including Thursday, June 28. The courses, injury but I his 1979 Camaro was ed when;deer ran into the side jfl her SUrke when a deer ran into the.
I term at Santa Fe Community those at the main campus In taught by expert Alan Armithage destroyed when he dodged a deer and car Sunday morning June 10. her 1976 Ford. The deer was g"
," College scheduled for next Wednes Gainesville. No appointment Is will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdaysat nipped his car in a ditch early Saturday and damage to the car was I
"' day and Thursday June 20 and 21, necessary for Bradford residents who Bradford High from 8-8 p.... and morning, June. Kimberly Micam, 18 was driving at$ 60. i

I from eight a.m. to 1:30: p.m.. with an register here.Summer 8-10 p.m.. w ;
evening seulon from six to eight p.m. term runs from June 26 This is a non-credit course and the -'- 8"a:a
fee is only$15. You can register the David L. Jenkins, 30, told Florida.
on Students Thursday.may register at the SUrkeObituaries through.......Aug......15................... Santa Fe Starke office in the high Highway Patrol trooper he was northbound 'iIJ(5] ( DOaQp4 J aQ1D] (! 1=
.,' t school (open Monday-Thursday from on Rising Road about 2:30 a.m.
Santa Fe Community College ia offering 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.) or at the first when he dodged a deer and rolled his 8
new classes In Beginning and meeting on June 28. car In the ditch. Damage was Fla. 964-5890
E. Call St. Stark
I' Advanced disco dancing, starting For more information call 964-5382. estimated at $7,000. .138 ,

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Mrs.Etetaor T.Carr

i Mrs Eleanor T. Carr, 72, of Decorated Cakes FarFather's ...
Keystone Heights died at her home \
Tuesday morning, June 12, after along !
illness. "' 0)' ''' Day
Born In Savannah Georgia. Mrs. """ "
Carr moved here seven years ago "A hurricane can rue a town but can't a latter or open a knot" Paul Valery ,'" '..
from Seffner, Florida. Mrs. Carr wasa r> ,
member of the First United ''4'f t ,"1r;'i"1u.
,, !1.
.Methodist Church of Keystone '
Heights and a member of the RebeccaC ,' .
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Survivors ircle of the Include Community her Church.husband "'... ,,* .". I'" ''v...,.' ."-'v"'..',_" ,'1 1I..N :' "" .r. .

Rev. Robert H. Carr: one daughter ;" .. ". "' .,. .I "
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Zeflwood .11t" II"( ?
Pollock of
,Florida; '. ." ..
one son. Paschal Carr of Keystone .' c' 1;
Heights and seven grandchildren.
Services will be held at 10 a.m., Friday --.
June 15, In the Community S 1W E Wi? QUANTITY RIGHTS '
Church with Rev. Buddy Friedlin. N RESERVED w 1 KRAFT
Rev Dennis White, Rev. DavidLanders WINN-DIXIE eO"RIGHT-I979! STORES INC -; 'w..
and the Rev. Thomas Poston SALAD DRISSINGMIRACLE
officiating. Burial will follow In
Keystone Heights Cemetery under WHIP
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral :{ome. KRAFT

Short' Miller.44 lMiracl
Allen I I. Shorty( ) Miller 44. of a S i QT. 9ge ,. 1 I
Keystone Heights died Thursday JAR
afternoon June 7. In Vincents
Hospital in Jacksonville of complications lb
heart 11 Limit I with $1,80 or more
following open surgery
pun hew KC| clgf.CHEK
Born March 22, 1935 in Hampton.
Tennessee. Mr. Allen lived in
Keystone Heights for 18 years wherehe ,
worked as a barber. Mr. Allen
graduated from the Jacksonville tiF ALL FLAVORS

Barber College in 1963. He was a REEF PE04
member of Gadara Baptist Church DRINKS
Keystone Heights Lions Club and San-
ta Fe Bass Club .
Survivors Include his wile Laura PRICES GOOD $1 .
M. Miller; his lather Clarence T.
Miller of Elizabethon. Term.; three THURS. WED., JUNE 14-20 7r 12.oz.

daughters: Susie Miller Kayla Miller CANS
and Isabelle Davis, all of Keystone SAVE 20' KRAfT.
Heights; three sons: Toby Davis of
Perry. Richard Barton and Greg BARBECUE SAUCE eT I: 59c
Davis both of Keystone Heights; a O

brother. Richard Miller of SAVE 19' .. le..fT. MAeAlONIDINNER.
Elizabethon. Tenn.. and two sisters
Mrs, Opal Russell of Hampton,Tenn. 3
and Connie Rhoton of Jonesboro eooooeoeeoo wxEs \

Tenn. SAVE! 9- kRAfT 1000 ISiIDRESSING /

ItobrrlT.Knight 38 2 :ins.T ;: $' O 4 .
Robert T. Knight. 38. of Lake o o o .

Geneva died Friday morning, June 8, SAVE 10- kRAfT
in the Naval Medical Center In
Jacksonville of a heart attack. GRAPE JJELL Y 'JAa I. 59cMARSHMALI'OWS L
Knight was hospitalized for treatment o o o..o o 0
of lung cancer.
Born Oct.8. 1940 in Jacksonville, "
Mr. Knight moved to Lake Geneva ; 3'1E GS IO; .
seven years ago. A Navy veteran .
with service in Vietnam, Mr Knightwas ( '
a member of the kRAfT MARGARINE
Avondale Baptist .
Church in Jacksonville. J1 2 I l.lI, $100
Survivors include his wife,Mrs. Sue PA B KAY ooooooooSAVE ( 01AS.
Jordan Knight of Lake Geneva; a
daughter, Deborah, of Lake Geneva;
his mother Mrs. Edythe Mason of
Keystone Heights; a sister, Mrs. 30
Wanda Harrington of Keystone _

Heights.:Funeral services were held Sunday GALLOCHABLIS

afternoon June 10, in the DeWitt C. .
Funeral Home chapel with
Rev. James R Morgan, pastor of the a BEANS .3 CA"s 88
Keystone Heights Baptist Church, of- .' '. ..
ffciatmg, The body was cremated. a ASTOR
:In lieu of flowers, donations may be O w 16'01. $100
made to the American Cancer Socie- BTL.LITER $169 Q FRUIT COCKTAIL . o 2 CANS |

.. $100
Scolly Adams.78 I
e e e e
;;Leonard C. (Scotty) Adams, 76, of DIXII DARLING '
Bedford Lake and Jacksonville, died

jporn in Jackson County, Georgia, .' '. 't.::: 39c Peaches . c : 59
Mr Adams had been a resident of .
Florida since 1925. He chairmanof BUNS .... loss,
the Board of Adams Brokerage Pork & Beans 4 CANS SJOO 1 Sa tines . 59'CRACKIN'

Company and had been in the food : GENUINE GOOD GEORGIA

brokerage business in Jacksonville 0 0 A O? Dill Pickles r 1::: 99IM< Crackers ,. 2 ::s $10'1
fot 51
years. was founder
charter-member: and honorary life 3 8 PAK THRIFTY MAID FANCY LONG GRAIN DIXIE DARLING FAMILY

member of the Timuquana Country PKGS Rice . . 5'', i $ Bread . 3 ?: ; $1"
Club in Jacksonville,

Jacksonville live member Rotary of the Club,Downtown and was a Beef .G' $1" Biscuits', .' 25: i M \i

member of St.Anne's Episcopal )\ KOUNTRY FRESH
Church of
Keystone Heights.Survivors ALL NATURAL MORTON FROZEN 4'4'J I
include his wife Mrs.
M)yme Adams of Bedford Lake; two FRIED
sON Stanley L. Adams of Jacksonville -- ICE $169 $ J39y I
and Michael P. Flynn of 'HALF
Gainesville; a sister, Mrs. Roy D CREAM. OAl. CHICKEN 1st: yDIXIANA
LfeCraw of Atlanta three grandsons a . ,
; :
David B. Adams, Sean Flynn, and f 9 ,f ,'\Y.l' ;. p.' I
Scot Flynn; a granddaughter Susan L

Mobley Rebecca, and Leigh a Adams.great-granddaughter JUICE :. <: '.ii' 99c BUTTER PEAS . %r 99c

:Burial with graveside o ,':
services was B 1:1"+ OIXIANA WHITE ; :
hed) Tuesday morning,June 12, in the I r law. '
Keystone Heights Cemetery with the ORANGE NIP :. 'I 69C ACRE PEAS: . .. 99c
Rtv. Thomas O. Feamster, Jr. of .

? : A' TATER TOTS . : :SS.Y : 89c PEPPERONI PIZZA 'I ?, 79c i

Bennett L.Wllkison.7S .. WEIGHT WATCHERS :. SUPERIRAND FUDGE IARS OR' ': .: -'
ennett Louis Wilkison, 75, a IT.PK.
farmer who lived on Route 1,Lawtey, T V LASAGANA e'\ TWIN POPS .. .. CTN .99
died Thursday afternoon June 7, \ A f tl .
following an extended illness. ". ,," 1li... )
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Born and raised In Lawtey. Mr. r 'I
Wilklson was the son of Louis and '. S.;,\')' Iqf ".
Julia Bennett Wilklson both pioneer r oiurrri '.' TOP SAVIIfiRECK
residents; of Bradford County. Mr. CRUIX PONDS ;'4 'OAMyaIGULAa. .
Bennett owned and operated his farm COLD SHAVECREME
until retiring In 1905. He wasrrtfember a SPRAYPOWDER SHAMPOO
of the Lawtey Methodist
Cb lrch. CREAM.P. Nb .
Survivors Include his widow Mrs. ..
Geneva Wilkison; three daughters{ : -, $4 09 ; 7.e=. 09c
MJs.Gloria Rowe of Lawtey and Mrs. 1.-... $ 199 3.3-oa. $187 .. 5SIZI-.*. I / BTL.
Annette Wiggins and Mrs. Eunice Edwjprds. Slit SIZI ., t.
.both of Jacksonville; six sons: a B SAVI 30*
Donald. Paul, and Freddie, all of NUT fclMON RICKCONDITIONER
Liwtey; Charlie Wilkison of SUrke. SAVE 20- VA018LMINnil \ LOTION SAY 20' AND
Bennett Jr. Wilkison of Jacksonville ANROLL Y
grandchildren and 14 great ,. ', ;

grandchildren.funeral services were conducted: CREAM %\ REMOVER f l MOUTHWASH -.

afternoon, June 9, in the ,
ciapel Saturday of Archer-Tanner Funeral + $139Vu.... '$139 ,..... $t 59 7.SII ...
feme with Rev. Don Denton of- I.S-... $119, 1 EO. ,\ 99
an. ,
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Judge Fagan Sentences ThreeThree .. Y

FlSHIir SHACK .3 person were sentenced to one year In prison Per aggravated bat- not to contest: the case. r1w.
.c ... prison by Circuit Court Judge Ose tery.The Incident took dace while he Jerry HoWfleld was sentenced to M
Your One Stop For All Your n Hna Needs Pagan Monday June 11. was an inmate at Florida State days lit JaB Iua ftve years probation
fii/I Vivian D. Burch was sentenced to Prison. He was convicted grabbing 'or Grand theft
4f W. Boi't Hm It,You Probably Can't find It three yean In prison with no chance a corrections officer and throwing
of parole plus seven years probation him on a desk while being escorted He reportedly stole a Mercury outboard
: DAD after being convicted of aggravated from the medical clinic. motor some fishing equipmentand I II II II II
'REMEMBER battery charges resulting from an Incident four car tires from property own- II I
in November, 1978. Wilson plead not later to the ed by Douglas M. Gray on *U N.
I Thomas Wilson was sentenced toLocal charges In March and decided Walnut.

i Come By And See (htr Great Gift Men Named SFCC DirectorsThree

;] Open Ideas For Father's DayFISHIH'SHACK local men have been named Mac Baldwin of Starke. the Starke Parrish Alan Robertson Jim Salter,
members of the Santa Fe Community ChevroleUldsmobile: dealer. Harvey Sharron,. High Shiver Bob
Ii Sunday und College Endowment Corporation for Other directors are Henry Barber, Treweek and George
: 2 the next three years. Jane Caldwell.' Finley Cannon, Offices for 1979-W Writ. ,presi
: .m p.m Hiwily 100 E M4.8M2 8 ..m. 2 p.m.Hr They are B.F. (Bud) Miiell of Frances Cauthen Ralph Cellon C.B. dent; Cauthen, vice-president;
Keystone Heights president of Daniel Barbara Emmer. David Robertson, secretary Sharron
; .. Mon Thru Sat. 6 a.m. To 8 p m. ns. Guaranty Federal Savings ft Loan Flagg Aaron Green Marvin treasurer and Flagg. assistant
Association of Gainesville; George Gresham, George KIrkpatrick Jr., secretary.
Pierce of Starke an attorney and T.B. McPherson, Jim Moore, MM.






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;: Post 202 Takes Athens Baseball Title [\ I
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, : Danlonega didn't score a run until KH scored twice more in the second A three run etgnui innniK iudea last Thursday Keystone split a' .,,; \ ,. .. Rays l

: the last Inning while Keystone scored on two walks, a Dyal single and two two more walks and wa. highlighted league double-header with front- 1

1, four runs in their first two at bats. An wild pitches. They added solo runs in by Dyal's theft of hom r">on/a'\ double running Deland to stay In second: '

RBI hit by Sam Sibley and three the fourth and seventh with Dysl scorIng steal Bob Hemme's single and pUce in the North Florida legion Buddy StartTourney

; walks (one to Mark Pridgen who without benifit of a hit In the Sibley's sacrifice fly. leauge.

K walked S times in the game and one fourth and a couple more walks and Two time defending league king
I *M 100 131-10
9 RBI pass to Scott Allen) plated' two RBI single by Chuck Dickinson making Delli.... 000 000 001-1 Deland won the opener at Joel Bryan CoIUngs/
runs In the top of the first it &-0 after seven. Field In Keystone before Post 203 / "

o. came back to win the nightcap 64. '
1 1I. BHS Schedule. The split left Deland with a 5-1 mark 1 :

I..' with KH at 3-1 In the loop. Run
1 do not pray for a lighter load, but for a stronger back." Sports Editor
Phillips Brooks Summer Baseball
Deland' r
Deland's Hazel Northrup powered a
Bradford High Baseball Coach three home
run run as Deland
; Mike Hartley has set two time a week their six scores on just four produced hits Starke's Senior Boys (Starke Stars) team starts its run towards the post

Summer practices for players In- (with the help of four KH season with a 15 team tourney In Tlrton, Georgia this weekend.
terested in playing baseball for the while limited errors) The event will include some of the top Sr. Boys (16-18)) (and Jr. Boys<1J-13) In a
was to four
Tornadoes next year. '. safeties Keystone by Mark seperate field) ASA teams In the Southeast states and should give the locals and
Hartley said groups will work out Rood. winning pitcher Coach Jerry McGriff a pretty good idea of how they stack up with the rest of their

1 on Tuesdays from 3-6 p.m, and on Northru 's roundtripper broke a 1-1 competition. Last year they stacked up Just fine finishing first in Florida and

Thursdays from 10 a.m.-l p.m. with tie in the fourth Inning. tenth at nationals. l
Providing this weekend will be three teams from host TUlon. including
players expected to attend one session Toby Dillow had two of the four competition
last national 13-13 old and two teams from Fitzgerald
each week. year year ninnerups.
0 Keystone singles in the loss against
Georgia, including the 1978 national 16-18 year old second place
the visitors who built their lead
to 6-1 finishers. Also in the field are teams from Cleveland, Tennessee and Johnson City
through the of the fifth.
Clay County to top Tenn., along with seven other Georgia teams

KIMDeland 4 The Stars open play Friday night at 10 p.m. against a team from Fitzgerald.The .

e p C : Hold Soccer Clinics Keith Northrup's laid down a Starke Stars will be hosting their own Second Annual Invitational Slow
squeeze bunt to allow Dillow to score Pitch men's tournament July 6-8 at Westslde Field in Starke. It's a 10 team, [

The Clay County Center for Com- the tieing run in the sixth inning and double-elimination affair with team trophies for first, second and
1 1 l munity Education will present clinicsin Sam Sibley followed that up with a and individual trophies for first place and MVP. The application sheet caflllor '

soccer for all interested people in two-run single to give Post 202 a splitof Class "B". 16-18 boys, and better church teams to enter. .
the Keystone Heights area. the twlnbill between the league's The Stars will defend their Florida championship in Satelite Beach the last

Y 9s e These clinics are for all children top-rung clubs.A weekend in July. .

between tho ages of 6 and 14. Clinic four run sixth Inning brought KH
will begin July 9 through July 20 for back from a 4-2 deficit and kept the Dixie Youth Tourneys
session II. local squad near the top of the league Start in July

The clinics will include basic rules. totem pole. Slbley's hit, his second of The Dixie Youth All Star tourneys, including squads from Starke, Keystone

dribbling kicking, goalie play and the game, came with the bases loaded and Union County, will open up the first week in July with the Dixie Youth Minor
'.... team strategy. and made it 6.4. Mike Richardson, event kicking things off July 6.

': Total cost of the clinic will be$1 and who came on in the sixth In relief of The Minors (aged 8-10) will play in Middleburgh with teams from the local

registration is July 6. The game was tied 1.1 before the (Orange Park), and Middleburgh. ,.
For further information call the visitors got to Allen for three runs in The Dixie Youth Major ((10-12)) tournament will also be in Middleburgh with

Clay County Center for Community the fourth inning Keystone closed the Bel-Med fielding just one team and two teams from Gainesville joining with the
Education at 4732011. gap to 4.2 with a tally in their half of others mentioned above to form an eight team event starting July 16. :'

the fourth. The Dixie Boys (13.14) fray kicks off July 13, with five teams-Stark Clay

American, Clay National, Gainesville East and Gainesville West in the:field.

Loose ChangeOne

of the best ways to get good media coverage is cover yourself the University -

HAVE MISSED THESE of Florida seems to have decided. UF planned to publish its first Issue,of GO
YOU MAY (;A Tons Inside Florida Sports sometime this Spring though I haven't layed eyeson

an issue.

A promo letter from Gator Football Coach Pell (you can bet Pell had a I
lot to do with this) billed the magazine as one chock full of color pictures which
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES will also "take you inside our locker room every week during the football Season

with "inside" information on the happenings with all of our coached and
players." *.: .

The magazine was to be weekly thru the football season and monthly

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN thereafter-20 issues in all, 36-40 pages :

A.D. Bill Carr likens the publication "to having a Sports Illustrated devoted. .' exclusively -
to us

....Organizers of the Our Country Day Runs in Keystone will be accepting
CLASSIFIED SECTION. registrations right up thru race day for the 5-mile run and 1-mile fun run set for
the Fourth of July.
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..,.Look for names like these when the T-Ball and SmalliFry Softball l leauges

crank up in Starke this week: Snickers, Muskateers, Zeros, and Marathons (get
the drift'-candy bars) are the Smallfry major teams and elsewhere there is the

Hulks, the Zonkers the Crackers; and the Bubbles.

...,.I'm heading out to Cahfornia-Washington-Oregon today for a muchneededweek

of ramping with Pop and a couple of brothers. If we have can scrape up

Shop enough money to pay California gas prices I'll be out of the woods and back at
work in a week. 'Till then get with Rick Chesire or Bobby Ferguson herd-at the

Telegraph for sports coverage. Do not call Yosemite even as a last resort.

every Tine'I: UF Left Out In Cold "if..

By Fla.Prep Cagers

: Once again my alumni the University of Florida, has failed to assert itself In
ne, \ 'the recruiting of Flo(! da's best high school cagers signing NONE of the state's:
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I seniors who have inked pacts with major colleges. That coupled With the loss of
three freshmen-Nino Lyons of Rockledge and New Yorker's John Corso and

Mike Aldridge makes UF Coach John Lotz's wilting reputation droop a bit further
.u Lotz reportedly suggested Lyons look for junior college playing time while

the two Northerners made the decision themselves after riding the bench as
SECRETARYAOUARIST TREK CUMBER. mult ",*..peEMPLOYMENT. WATERFRONT" D.VCanlp. Must DIRECTOR havesenior rookies That's three worth of wasted scholarship and practice time
O.n.r.l' olflc. $111111Yp.. 43 ".nc.d 1 f Mon..FrI.' AAA for, years money .
.f wpm Apply' .> V1.Indu.Irl.l '.'. Low, LOW.fee. 174-ISJ3 llfesavlng for certificate'Interview'' down the tube
1700 N B >3 Ave Term 3111-10 NW II St 17* 1441 Call Lotz has another batch of Northern doesn't turn
..., signed imports but if he things
New Pstat Office openIna Part time only
ADVERTISING SALES.. Estebllsheo Need relleDle.' high caliber/ CASHIERS Apply 'In person. LO-Lo D'lCounlComo.n" around pronto I suspect some of the avid Gator-cager-backers (yours truly included -
account .H.I, ....,. salespeople, Kitperl Food IUD MB IMPS Ave. Gaines
ONpandlng" Car neceervl .need. C.11.11.4471 vll/.. PI. Between 17pmTELLERS ) will lose their patience. My feeling is that \if you're going to ignore the
"7"I4'3 ar 3133314.: R N. Position' available for 0''."-. three opening*. Mini.AU10 '. Florida kids when you pass out scholarships and concentrate your recruiting out

BODY, Vila nurse, with salary, ICU and experience benefit* mum o mos etiperlence or may of state you sure better win some basketball games-a lot of basketball games-to
Interviewing for an Competitive train sharp AAA EM'PLOYMENT
Currently person
: Auto Body Instructor For 'Interview' contact Personnel,. Low Low pee.Term keep the home folks interested in your program.
'.' water/ EXPERIENCED.Fresh Pull time only. .and minimum'capable' of of e becoming vrs e.p.rl certl.,_ Office.''inc. Alachue 1714321' General, Hosoltal *..3131.11NW 13 St. 171,1441 Florida State didn't get any state player either-but they didn't have to. The

Apply In person between e10 Mad. Call Mr Harrison, 3/7,I***. Poual, opporutnlty employerTYPESETTER SURGICAllECHNlCIAN Seminoles have a bevy of redshirts coming into eligibility next year that has

( Mart TMEOeeP Plata) 3765299.730 H MainK Needed In Mono Community Tallahassee whispering about a national championship. They didn't actively
,' ASSISTANT MANAGER Sir 280 PullIT typesetter needed. / hospltel. Y-Friday'
... recruit Florida players.
WAITERS WAITRESSES, full Career alp with tale lore for Minimum' 4O hour week Meal with.u. call B cellent salary any
time good salary Apply In person too company 'In 'h." 'Industry heve ,,_,'.nc. with Compu* and benefit. program Contact Jacksonville and South Florida inked three state players apiece. JU got mini-
Frl 2 5pm Turkey A .... Supervisor or Personnel Of
only Twes Call Norm 3'36'11 Snalllna graphlc II Junior layout e> -
Creek Golf Racouel Club Snelllno Service' charge guaranteed uP....'''". flee. Putnam Community NooS3500TIIrkeVCr..kRlvdJachW g'Jards Maurice Rhoulhac of Bishop Kenny (remember him Tornado fans) and
V0dav,. CalMor ._n..I.377 1511. tal. Palatka. PL 31-VI1. Dolan Douglas of Hawthorne alone with 6-7 forward Lywood Davis of

Tallahassee Leon with USF grabbing forwards Lewis Shepard and George

Robinson of Tampa Robinson end guard Rick Harrison of Tampa Leto

174 CAPRI v... 4 speed, runs Stetson got 6-5 forward Frank Burnell of Jax Ribault.
: f small 971 PLYMOUTH car, JO. MPG CRICKET recently pump 1973 VCOA.enhaust New.mutllar.3N.wly battery water great negotiable good. 377lIu ga* mileage_'S13OO. Green Cove-Clay's 6-8 center Kevin Gainey signed with Eastern .Kentucky.

C P; tuned sett. 173 JO02 Student rebuilt. Needs elternetor work U5O cerbfetretorHuns 3'.-433. 171 Mercury Margul station He's the only other major college signee BUS saw this year.....

CHEVROLET t71 IMPALABacellent 174 CHEVY 'Ck.U" wagon, automatic, air.' power .,.The North-South prep all star basketball games and football games have
gine) s.9O condition 3/2 aa>4 weekdevsefter OrsaM Long bed Blue, white S2IOO. Engine! SIOOO leering/brakes or ....1. .1/3'31O good*. StudentIttaOOOOB condition. been set for August 10 and August 11 at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
3......anytime/ weekends In very, good Call condition 173-16I2: i_ STEPVANOood The football game is set for 8 p.m. Saturday Aug. 11, with the North lineup In-

174 BUICK APOLLO .n Mazda PICKUP brand new looking business slant-e cemplng.radial engine. .' cluding Tornado opponents Jimmy Brazel, St. Augustine RB, Donnie Van Wie,
trensmlsslon New tires' tape work player.Asking,, needs MOO brekes. clutch.'. everything eHCellent' work mechanically OtDOr' tire.SI2 .,3111l2. Eastside kicker; and Bruce Travis. West Nassau DE Also on the North roster

Call 373 ajgo. SIJOO: ,best. 174-7317 Sludent are GHS QB Johnell Brown, Wolfson RB Derald Williams, and Head .Coach
: "NeW" PORSCHE 171 .400A. Immaculate. Richard Kennedy of Dunedin.

; oood 170 VW Need VAN" some runs,=4V work drive to. Red are lecouer IM2 3MB with Notchback. tan = '16OOmiles S1300 firm EMtrasAsking 373-OleS. :. The girls-boys basketball doubleheader is Friday night The North boys include

be Sludentt7S perfect. S7JS after S 30* MPG Oh regular fuelproven '71 NOVA 1.door coupe, automatIc. : Clay's Gainey: 6-6 Frank Poindexter, Orlando EvansrAuburnt 6-3 George
30* 30% aopreclallonvr AM.PM. new radial' Thomas Cocoa-Georgia Tech and two from Ocala two-time
171 BUICKLelABRE other models available' air players Vanguard's
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PIREBIRO15Ovt ... low
.OYlpo.d..CNl./lt *
fully power
condition. ,' 1913 No Collar/CeIIL, e cllen condition, ,. 27000 .I.tlno.B AT TYPE' tta.iOOSE 3is2OIINC3IAve mile*. l rT-b'.k: perfect. state champs-6-7 Zeb Howell-Minnesota, and 6-2 Kenny Vaughns-Wake Forest
::i'I weekends I 4r3.3/33 after Or, try pm 17J-I2O7 or anytime and miles weekends SS400 ir4O" after 1 pm. 371-03V1. *3 JO. 17-20 after 1 student. Vanguard Coach Jim Haley will direct the North.

.. South cagers include 6-8 Charles Jones, Martin County-Marshall called by
most experts Florida's best 1978-79 product and UF's most-wanted lout and

:- ....... honorable mention All-America guards James Thomas, Ft. Lauderdale Nova-

: LANEWAN1.au15tul lot on Lake Swan Call, half CENTURY acre ACRE Pour!miles PLUS' .as/0f LOTS HawthorneSultebiefor FOR .SALE. Indiana and Derrick Floyd, Miami NW-Georgia, both 64.

'" .....LTO..31:1.1.It JOHN MERRILL.. *,'INC, .;,. Call*'.1071r frailer. Be reminded that often one or two of the top All Stars especially in basketball

:s WATERPRONT. Large oak are no-shows usually at the urging of their new college coach. --'
SUWANNEE RIVER LOTS** '' free on small: private, spring
1.S Acre heavily woouad.Riverfront / fed ,lake. n..' Melrose. S20: .000.
{ end River Access Lots Call 371 1301: after t
Magnificent' Oak blanket this'
large send Prom s35O Easy Terms PAR FOR WC COURSE
; acre lot located on a Keystone CANOE COUNTRY 1241510BY LOVELY! LARGE Lake Geneva
bottom take near home Shaded acre. too PI onleke
Heights, Mull *ee to believeGood OWNER 'INNORTMWOOO' 1BR 3BR I bath, two So Pt
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best 1900 w ft 4 BR. 11 baths 37-SOll. eves 371-034' I acre homeslte with
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claim to the world's longest the thrill of a hole-in-

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Want Add ., horn or venture. pick on ord. Mar1doy. I CLOCKS sefid walnut 'l I ,CA'JS'j; .uC.K ., TOOL AND"'DtI"MAKER) with
Ethel O. BotchekUr. Rt.2. Saturday I ..m. to 7 p.m. I Wlmmltr chime, 'n-< I iiMIMOSA R!...,T [ several yerrt experience In tl
low mil. of M&.sean IDRUEtTWO i
Bees 40". Keystone Height. west tall; dttvr. tot Fur milling mach......
S. 26 then 1.' mils' on up 1968 GMt CAMPER cam excellent benefits.Apply .
F4.3M96. Lteened Mortgog 200 A and half mile 'CItIyW...... GlNtrcNltMd to MANOR mobile* .
,PERONAl. VEGETABLES FOR SAlEiUpIck wt at pletely. tlf contained V6 Monday thru Thur
Brker. Phone" 473-2985 ". .. 47J-II3I I run. Phone ".7425. 6/7 horn pork mobile home .
alii' Adam
: BEDROOM completely low mlleoge $2.74. 1.:30'M nt I
or w* will pick. 2/IS.Tfn. day : or by appal
'SItYfC'ES'" : 196.2789.6/7 2tchg 6/14 473-2702.. Itchg 614. OARAGI 2tpd 6/11 SAUl Saturday and .poc** for rent Phone furnished, wall to wall Auto Sole 471.4470. meet to Aere Corp.. Lok City

161.2912.3/22 1FchokITCHINlTnSI carpet plus a nice ate yard: Heights, Fl Lake City Fl
CUSTOM MADE DRAPSRIESl. CASH FOR OOLDi Sterling. 8:30 o.m. HI- Women men,
3 FOR SAUl Four old I One BR $16.000
BR. 11/2 asking
IA owner
BLOCK year 904-792-7911
Equal Opportunity
Fr.. .ttlmote*. Local Jewelry, diamond, coin, dark and children' shoos and apartment, pool. TV. AC. financed.
HOMEiden, closed In bay mar* English I Price negotiable 1973 PONTIAC CATALINA Employer M/F/Hndcp.
_dlttrlbutor.hobl. for completely' one ocr. fenced yard porch near dental) sold. Will your western negative cogglnt. odd/nd clothing. Furniture. Refrethment dish,, utllltle Included. Totally This beat a mobile horn*. red a whit.. Sharp. $1.'''. Itchg 611HELP
nationally odver- home enywker Mr. RIM- furnished Weekly, monthlyrotet.
RMC. 496-2211 good dlpoltlon. 473-2903 Phone 964-7262. No
or 782-3640. I .
clad Gard..". served, Cookie Kool-Aid, Adam Auto Sale. WANTED: Experlenced
Droperle.. llpd 614.SPINET man. 473-1089.2/1 tfnchg. Itchg 61... TEMPLE MOTEL. 880 plea**. 9/31 TFchg
I i.-- ?UWEnt.rprl.Edorloma hat dog, coke, very N. Tempi Av*., Stork. 473-4470 Keyet Cocktail woltrett

Stephen. 496-2219. 3/1 CONSOLE LAKI LOTS FOR FOR SALIi Metal reasonable 210' N. Water. Phone ....7357. 6/7 4tpd FOR SALE By owner house and bartender. Apply In person l!
CR. ":'tfnchg. old.garagedoor Stark.. Itpd 614ALUMINUM 6/28 and foot Wt of 301 74 DODGE SWINGER. AT. at Holiday mn o>Stark
PIANOiWanted: Retponil-' SALEiKaytton Height three month $60 .' lot 300 1
!rams "IsU3rt to toke over Spln.t Beautifully wooded lot. on or bt ofler./ 473-2803 ON KINOSLIY LAKE Make on,Slat* Rood 129. 6/7 4tpd air, 6 cyl. $1999. Adam Itchg 611ATTENT0Nr I

!: t.ClARKES SAW SHOP Com- Piano, Easy term. Can be clear, sand bottom lak*. Itchg 6/14. used your rrvatlon now for 61H.fOl. Auto Sales. 473-4470. Union General
'.i*l.t. i plat*.: 23 5/8 t
lone ) horpnlng tervlca, .1. .rwwpopr vacation. Weekly Keystone
Good discount forcoth.l
teen locally Writ: Credit term or
ach. Hotpltol I* accepting ap ,
hand circular, mower Manager, '.0. Box 207. to 5 acre with nice ,WORK WANTED, I 25 rant Bradford rate. AC Cottages. Plane SALE OR RENT 3 BR R.N.1. I
,,-> Mode*.chain taw, leave I County Telegraph 9646303.TFpd 74 FORD PICKUPAT 6 cyl
( Carlyle. IL. 62231. '1'4 tree overlooking lake from UPHOLSTERYreasonable I! 5332366. TFchg house, furnished or unfurnlthed L.P.N.'s Competitive salary, I

JW ., r.w. Building Supply, Lok. Stchg 6/28. $3,300, $500 down.$30 price. Coll 473-2032. 4tpd I ROOM FOR RENT Furnished centrally located. $3199. Adam Auto Sale, employ benefit.. Pleasant' I

y cq Butler. 7/3 tfnchg. HAY FOR SALIi month. Commercial lot on 6/14 to 7/3. I 11f76 I MOTORCYCLE lOOccSusukl. bedroom In large 4 BR Phone 964-8007 *..*.. 672lchg 473-4470. Keystone. working condition. CellDirector ,

.;:0 r..) r.usl THI LAUNDIIAMAT at Coottal lermuda Just hay cut;; SP.21 North available.Owner Fill to good horn. I I /Red Excellent con horn. In country, kitchen 6/14. el None i
privilege SlOO/manth, In. 73 fOlD PINTO wagon,
Hwy.10 by the highly fertlllied. $1.50 >Saleman. 473-4373. Beautiful 8 month old purebred I I dltlon. $410. Phone 496-2333. 'tchg'I'4TOWElrlUONa
bh.:! Handy Way. per cluding utilities, phon., TAKI OVER PAYMENTS S1199. Adam Auto, Sal**,
'NI( ? l IV. hove a wash dry. fold bale at the lam Near Worthington 2/22 tfnchg. Collie Good with I II I 782-3339. Itpd 6/14 _.h.r. Phone 468-2313. 1977 Concord 12X69 mobile 473-4470. Keyiton Must be I

,; ., IC.: .25 pe, lb. An. ,. Springs 496-3839. children. 473-3081 5/7 I I I ,CAMPING TRAILER 8 yr*. TFchg home. Dry-wall conttruc
.r/,n ; S/24 tfnchg.SILVER S ACRES on 214 near I I condition. 191 DODGE VAN slant Bradford retldenl.
anton duty tfnch".1:1 tfnchg. I old good Edward MOBILE HOMI 3 BR. Stove Hon. Payment $128/mo.
.. IS of 20
.\.1:1::ar'I .1.. standard good unemployed out
----------- ,
) .11'I"c Keystone Height .... Norman.. 610 Alton Rood, a R..., garage, front and Pay $330 frontier and move time, Interior carpeted week, economically dltod-
TANK AND QUASI QUEEN CORN .75 down $89.81 per month. 'lEERSOHAt. : Phone 96/.7737. Itpd 6/14 rear porch clean $100.00 to your lot. lowtey area HS
good $895. Call vontoged. Mutt have a
TRAP cleanoul, n.w line. cent per doM Ellery Grlf- Phone 473-4038 or 473-4367 OUTBOARD MOTOR. 6 HP, 3 Mil. S. Hw301. ht, Phone 782-3333. llpd 6/14 paint.
Bill at 964-6997 or 6309. diploma or OED must pat
!4xl Wrvotohabla. Jo* Fortyth. flt, 496-3699. 6/7 2tchg offer 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg iSERVtCESf : .
\ Mercury real nice First Rd. S. Indian River" Fruit 6/14 TFchg. physical and medical exem -
4310022. All op. OARAGI 6/14 SALE .. 'e $300 take H. Itcrtg 6/14 Stand. Dead end last hout LOTS FOR SAUl Stork. *. Apply at Flo. Stole
predated. 3/31 tfnchg. Saturday, NEW MOIILI HOME R.V. NAY P.nI.lohla.1I on right. Elmer Jon**. 6/14 Rba and Ash 2 lot. 1972 OLDS DELTA 88: good W
Employment Servk.,209
Jun. 16.9 III S 189 S.I. William Whlrfleld hoi been I
p.m. PARTS STORE, also 6128 SffXlOO1 with partially completed condition, complete with oil ,
Behind baler 3tpd
5th lertlllied. Coll St.. Sartre (old Coon
Avenue. Lake Butler.Itpd working In the Garden
WILL SHILL YOUR IUTTER- 614.SINGLI Whirlpool. GE. RCA part Redauront for the 3 either this/ Friday ((15th) or TRAILER/ LOT on KlngtleyLok haute, $6.900 total. option: asking $900 or beet -thou*). Itchg 6/14
SfiO::n BEANS.$1.30 per hamper or WHEELERS between pact Saturday ((16th) weather *. $70 month./ Water CHARLES COURT (Denny otter Phone 964.7262.5/31
;M.h.1I* !! flv and year from 1976 thru 1979. per I lot with .
1Olt keep on. No Keys tone Mola.a. permitting. 20 bale and boot Height.). partially TFchg <'"
garbage ramp
fordhookt. Call WIDI TRAILERS: *noy| working there and I ; "terRSoIiIAI I
496-3839 473-2401. tfn chg 4/19. minimum at SI.00 per bale. free. Phone 533.2261. TFchg completed hout, 6000. !\\ I
bedroom. 2 bath: $8.000. will be hero God '' '
No collect willing. Donna 197$ CUTLASS SUPREME
call (formerly ,
(II1'JIt I lnytimL Coll 496-3863 or 4962373. until__ _It_ clotM. .. Itd 6/U ,Phone 964-7679, Itpd 6/14 HOUSE FOR tENTS 347 South SKYrCESBlIl'SIAW \
c. .. !
l 1j\/1<,.( ,' Spring.. S/24 20 ft.delux Street) near old Lawley 96.000 miles. AC PS. .
Itpd 6/14. FOR RtNTi2 Bedroom TRAVIL-TRAILSE. Thompson St.. Stork. Fur- .
tfnchq.Ahw ._ _. mobile home.Mor.led tow ., .. .. ... .., "" *. Call 964-6201 after 5 I nl.hed. Phone 964-6214. Road (William Subdivision), AM/FM. bronz brown col. SHOP Complete
"' ,
: ,; 2 lots, 73'xlOO', partially or: $2,930. Phone 473-3381.
( r ; :(s ,i GAS STOVE: Will tell at ple. Wahrdryr.A/C. gar- p.m. Itchg 6/14 'Itchg 6/14 completed foundation each .6/7 2tchg 6/14. sharpening service, circular

wii-i i... .A'"d j :\ giveaway price, $30. Moglc bog. and water, furnished, HillTRAMPOLINE., I SILVER QUEEN CORN.Owen I IAlvar. FOR RSNTi Wanted female $2,300. OAK STREET (North hand carbide, chain
.. .- Chef four burner with oven no pet. $160 plus $50 .: . 0 .. ... Boyle Highway, I to thor home and expense Reno), 2 lot ((7 and 8 of 78 FORD P/U rebuilt mower blade hollow ground

*III'.' ... unit. Phone 496-2331 or security. Behind Western New round 964-9219. Itlhg6/.4. I .. Private room. By block 22), SO'.,00'. $2.000 engln AM/FM Stereo ICS and balanced leave at ;

.hlV-MAINES INSUIANCI AGINCV 496-3311. Itchg 6/14 Auto on 5R-21B. Call hit $399.99 ale' $319.93. CHAIN LINK flNCI''week or month. Phone total. Phone 373-3307 mechanically sound Jackson Building Supply, "

) 160. S. lake Av.., LoisButler 475-I 541. 3/31 tfn. 8x12, ll.t $399.93. sale mote iol. Do It younelf and '964-7813. 6/14 2tpd 6/21 Galnatvllle. TFchgHill 9647043. TFchg 6/14 Stark or Keystone HI*. I

4963978. Compl.t. MIMIOORAPHMACHINItWIII FOR SALIi 1967 Grand Fury $249.93. Phone '1-778-3227. .ov*. Installation available TFchg ,
.uranc. Service. *.ll at I HOUSE FOR RENTS 3 BR. 1 .. .. i
|2T. !| Plymouth. V-8 engine, Jox. TFchg Free *.tlmo.*.. HandyMan -- 199 CHEVY $4 PASSENGER
giveaway price $23. Gha Fence Co. 964559. 1/2 bath garage, carpeted i ] SCHOOL BUS. Ideal for ALCOHOLICS
radial AM/FM TFchg
tires. great \
e-/a'l'JVIRYONI IS INSURABLII Model 170: manual ol- SPECIAL PRICES. ; A/C Central Heat across I church Completelyoverhauled. ANONYMOUS) Phone r
condition. 1.., offer Call on nureeryHock I
Immediate coverage by ctrlc/manualj: require after 6 or on Saturday.. : Alol_*. gal. con, LIMSROCKi Allen Taylor, 'from Southtld School. $230 .... .. nn,. n, ''' ..' $900 cash plu 964-3148 or 964-6982. TFchg ,
JOI USHER AGINB repair. Phone 496-2331 Phone 782-3172 month $100
or Lawt. per
eL-.tphon. $1.30 each, 18"-21": Fruit take over payment of
(; .ji26 or 496-2903.: 496-3311. Itchg 6/14. 473-4333. 61.. Itchg. tree; Boxwood 10'-15", weekdays after 6 p.m. oranytime Phone 964-7200 $AM-SPM.Ikhg GOOD PRICIS PAID for used l40/mo. Will trod downpoym.nt ,
:'a \ weekend. TFchg 614PURNIHED mobile home If mortgage I I. REMODELING, BUILDING, I
: 1 : ''' $..SO. ir-ir. $2. lee our for pickup er
: ;: : :
7704 ( : BRICK HOME. 3 bedroom. 1 FOR SALE Stinger Trick rose* on Flo. root stock, HAY Argentina, 3/. paid er mar. OLIN'SMOBILE anything of value. Call Sun. REPAIRS) New kitchen, ,
iina I mill I IYn1o ; \ 1/2 both In Lake Butler. ud .till box IAHIA 1 BR and HOMI SALES bath I
Ski. Never ; In $3.30 and $6.93. Shod. fertlllted. Phone apt. thine Acre. ....7699. 6/14 family room Brick

,. ., ... ( Owner ay* SELL. from company. 40" long, tree, h.dg. plant, highly 9646071. TFchflWATSON'S Furnished 2 IR opt. Call 964-9606. Open 7 day. 2tchg 6/21 block concrete. Fireplace
) DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE 0'A" wide Two blank.. camellia pot plant. hangIng 964-6201 oft. S PM. Itchg' weekly, TFchg tpeclallstt. Grllli Conttructlon. .

SIX OUNCI contour Coco- HOMItS bedroom 2 both: $200. Call Karen Crosier at baskets, and many HOUSE OF 6/14 FOR SALE 1973 CHEVROLET Phone 473-3108 or I
,. .Cola bottl. from Lak.
located choice lot In WANTED Mobil. home oxlt 473-2978. TFchgBRADFORD
4734949. Itpd 6/14. more O. C. CARNES VACUUMS Many brand of CAPRICE CLASSIC P/S P/B. f
Butler, Florida. Will pay Lak. Butler, Owner will Used In lewtey, 3 BR furnished and tire. Will pick up.
NURSERY. SR 100 at A/C $1,000 acceptable
_,,...$20.00. Wm. F, Seifert. P.O. new vacuum MOBILE HOMI or I
finance. Mobil Hem/ garden .pat. OLIN'S SEPTIC TANK G
mile SE of Part oiler trod.
PLEA MARKIT-OARAOB Florahom. 23 machine .available. or 782-3896
"I 10 1 :.'fiox' 6222 St. Petersburg BRICK HOMEtS bedroom. 1 Stark. Phone 659.2165. accessories for all pay own utllltle*, r** SALES. 96/-5606. Open 7 782-3931. llchg 6/14 SERVICE, Bradford re.lden-- f
12 and
June 1
.och. Florida. 33736. S/24 1/2 both. In nice ..ubdlvllon. SALE Friday 4/12 TFchgFSNCINGi 404 NW qulrd, 1 or 2 mail children, day a week. TFchg tlal pump-outt $..S. Commercial .
9tpd 62189gi Just outside city limit.. to S p.m. and Saturday Jun. vacuum ytm NO PETS. 782-3279. Itchg FOR and Induttrlal. Fully ,
10th Av*.. Gainesville SALE 1974 GMC PICKUP
._ 16 from 9 until Item ore TOP, CASH PRICE PAID for ....
Neor hotpltal. Maine 1E.tat. All kind., hog 3767110. TFchg 6/14.; with Camper Cob. PS a llcnd. Phone .2., \
i ; :"" ( .old. Furniture, plant. phone dental gold
IF'V" t"" Realtor 4963971. coin starling TFchg
I" ; wire. welded wire, PB. 1900. 964-6472. llpd
.. .,- 6/14 clothe, and other odd and wood chain link; free DO DROP IN Bargeln House 2 BR FURNISHED Mobile ring, GF scrap games, 6/14
111 : TFN.Did .nd.. Something for estimates. Manning Fence US 301 South. W. buy and Horn on Sampan lake; chain, optical ,

12 X it MOilll HOME 3 You everyone at I KH Woman Co., 473-4822 Keyiton sell ud furniture. Phone boot ramp, by week or watch bond. *tc. Phone J. FOR SALE: 1974 TOYOTA FIRST QUALITY SIGNS sign

bedroom 1 1/2 bath with Club. Itchg 6/14. TFchg ,,,.6140, 9 to SMon.Thur month. 9646406 964-8416. .. Bulllngton, 964-6230. COROLLA good condition. painting. Kitty the aru.h.N. .

I,13x16! addition. On on.acr. 9 to 6 fri. and 964-9030. Itchg 614.2BR TFchgBIBll 36 MPG. First $1.000 take 320 Church $t.. Stark

'ijij >Xk| >l with utility houte. Call Know GIGANTIC YARD SALE Five FOUR WATERFRONT LOTS.90x197 Sot. 3/1 TFchgjLNEWSPAPER It. 964-6380. llchg 6/17 9/24 4tpd14
18 :1( ;4962842. Itpd 6/14. HOUSE off Hwy. 1.. COLLEGE STUDENT
mile of ft. $2.300 each.
.... eo.t Keystone on
n'" ''' heater desire* summer Good TRIPLE YOUR MONEY Cash
Stove, job.
sal! t Hwy 100 toward Polotka to Phone 9043898082.. 9/17 reflgerator MOVING Mutt tell :24 ft.Wlnn.boga. .
: '. That These ENOSSvral available, house but would consider for U. S. silver"
carpets. No pet typist coin up to
: extra clean
) Line Rd. follow 9tpd 611AMERICAN
\i" "E'
; ..J I \: ; County all either
I vorlou length, $129 monthly In advance, any opportunity. Crystal dual A/C, fully "'4. Call collect
.. and Sun. June 15 generator
:, .: '" ,', *lgn Sat. TRAIlERi 8 by 32 ,"" or'30" wld*. Good for ISO depot! S33-2974 after 6 Thornton, 964-6488. Itpd self-conteln.d. 36.000 904-268-1782. S/24 4tpd 6/14

FUEL TANKSltwo flV. Want Ads Go Into and 16. Call 473-4120. Itpd' feet. Warren T. Putnam children to'color'an. table) PM. Itpd 61... 6/14 miles, only $ .995. Contact
Iii 11'SIIIIIc\"wW ,p mpM'dtp0, 1 I I d/)4' Whispering. Pine. Motel covert, etc BRADFORD 'M,. Hatcher at 964-7500 MAKE YOUR T-ook

.s:..'!il9f'J'o.,, 'IJlMofflltI; -!'l' : .it I to../"/,.,'i.,? 'Ii i.i 1 .SlOrk. S/24 4tpd 6/14 COUNTY TELEGRAPH 139 4 BR HOME IN STARKI, WANTED FULLTIMEBABYSITTER. (horn 964-7461) tfpd 6/14 like a home. Remofllng,
10 ra+t19 91i1v91 ." h"W"1I1." rr! S',000'Hotlsehold FOR ALE 1979 KawabklKE W. Call Stark TF upright tr....,. Call M/'. 7 a.m. to addition, screened porch

ban ((0949 JEEP WAGONURiFour: ] 1 230, $'.200. and 1977 Z28 VACUUM aSANER SALE SEVERAL ITEMS Baldwin 964-0369 or 96/-5232. 1tpd 5 p.m., some evenlngt and 1979 FORMULA Firebird la your home or frailer.

111' I.wheel drlv.; mud grip tlret: Comer, with AC. powersteering Moving. These vacuum excellent condition 6/14. weekend Phone 431-1200 loaded with many extra 20 Paula Framing. Free

Olliittood; .ngln., transmission power-brake, cleaner must go. AI Young piano 1.000 (paid $1900)), HI. day or 4311776 .v... plus MPG highway ,less e.tlmate/ Call anytime.
,E I.II'C.: Fair body. 119.000 In Clay, Bradford AM/FM $4,700 Call 3 mile North US 301, wheel push mower 42 Reference" required a/14 than 5,000 mile, mutt tell, Phone 964 801$. TFchg

? .mils. $1295. Call 431-1114 473-2772 after 6;30 p.m. Stark.'6/7 3tpd 6/21 HP. $190 riding Western THRU BEDROOM 2 both 2tpd 621PATCHWORK small equity and assume
HII' :;
"alter 3 p.m. tfpd 524.l'lnuIJ'ACOUI llcha 61... Auto mower, S,hp. $125; horn with CH/A; QUILTS loan or re-flnonce. Coll STARDUST THE MAGICIAN

; ] AND UNIQUEiS' & Union Counties FOR tINT Office *pac. or IS FT. SKIBOATi 65 HP Banjo with cae...trap, $100. dpolt.$2SO/month Phone plus 9646287.$190 batting unbleached muslin cotton 964-6604 after 4 PM. llchg Magic Phone' Fun 964-9281.for everyone.Entertain
excellent 6/''.
retail bu.In.** ipace. Hwy Stinger motor Phone 782.3164 324tpd
edroom. executive
-a; .I. type'JrtJ TFchg. backing and other old. ponies. group. Call now.
21 north. Call 473-3288 condition $1900. Phone
'<-j Come on SR 121 across from or 6/14 fashioned handiwork I I. b,. ,n 4tpd 628.BABYSITTING.
4732226. tfn chg 3/10. 964-6179. Itchg 614AIDSCHALMERS 1978 FORD FIS8 RANGER.heavyduty .
,Middle, School. Ov.r 3,000 BEDROOM Air condition. In
111< ? NOME INTIIIOSS-SCRATCH Inglng good price my half-Ion. 17.000ml
0)) :.>.*q. ". Unlqu. fireplace In With Over 28,000 RIDING AND DENT CLEARANCE Uc log, pool. In spacious house ( For all homemade let, loaded with option. AND
tunken 'family room. CH/A, and muse thor bath. call 246-4661
REPAIR SER.VICE. mower ,8 hp, 32 Inch cut. ed and new merchandise Phone I merchondlt. 4740. 483-1541 er HOUSIWORKl Phone
artT modern kitchen .Dependable tervlc Top condition $395. Phone available. 321 Butler' Ter- 964-7692. Itchg 6/14. otter 6 PM or write The Silk 483.1179.6/14 2tthg 6/21 964-9432. 6/7 2tchg 6/14.
:vdishwasher' office room Road
Purse, 2140 Mayport
oIMI) 964-6693. llpd 6/14.
j Follow
.tewing room, pool room. Reasonable rate. 475." rote yard FURNISHED APARTMENT Fl 32233.
Readership. Atlantic Bach TIll MOWER CUNtC- Small
'1ti sale Itpd! 6/14. 1970 CHRYSLER NEWPORT
'' Day and 377-1094 Night sign
'florag* private drive and entrance, 6/14. and of
llchg engine all
I cal 5/31 YARD SALE baby clothe run good $600 firm Call
collect. 4tpd.
TO SEtli2
PRICI REDUCED 1968 APACHI CAMPER 3 room and both. No lawn mower repaired Including *
Item 702.3577.7 TFch
household linen,
( nw '
''1I1'r.: 6/21.
.Acre* with TRAILER $400 co.h. Call children or pet*. 964-8021. NEED A BABYSITTER Call reborlng. Work
I11'1; trailer.: 3 doubl.wld.1 dally tool, price 964-893d altar 3 PM. Itpd. Itchg 6/14. Small World Day Car., done reasonably Henry
.n< -beautiful\ furniture and In. Yours For Only TUTORING:Kindergarten reo.onoble. Dally 9 am til S 614. 964-9232. Itchg 6/14. t I I I Browder 94-3760.6 2tpd

: --r''t.rior decorating. Owner through ilxth grade at my pm. 509 Canter S,. Itpd 2BR TRAILER. A/C water "'4.

leaving .tot.. WIN tocrlflce. home. Certified teacher For 6/14. USED FURNITURE for tale: 'end sewer Included electricity DIALER OPPORTUNITY' LOST I block 4 Ian mal* r.r Bl-, -

Owner says SELL I IV 2" Per Week more Information call very good condition. Apply xtra. Call after 6 PM jor line of quality steel| walker hound. Appro 1 I

:,:WORTHINGTON SPRINGS 2 4737130. 4tpd 5/31.6/21 IPC BEDROOM SIT $329: Tempi Motel, RIO N. Tern- 782-3332, Itpd 6/14. building for farm In. yew old. Tattooed In ear PAIEUHG 1

1/2 lots with trailer In Stro-catt, 4 pakr pi*. Stork 6/14 2tpd 6/21 PALMS APARTMENTS Fur,. duitrlal and commercial. MIC. May be without collar
1! ': rl{ cludd neighborhood. YARD SAlEi Saturday June .(2-40( watt) stereo cabinet > Reword. tiff :::'
HOUSEHOLD t MISCl Whit nlhd efflclencle and 1 Bl t Rewording opportunity for I name tog. Notify I l
1/2 bath. 16. 9 until s.ll-out. At Sofa $110 Desk $23
"d!:; .THREIUDROOM For Information a.m. $260: : ; .
that can M.L. Conner. or
laying hen, opt weekly or monthly person qualify re
addition off SR 231, entrance ol High RidgeEitate fish tank stand all leghorn .
-LJow.* 10-gal. '
; [ FURNISHED STUDIOS.,1 11200- 964-9170. Starke, Itch MoldtnqK'
cushioned polio settee, NEW I quire* $1900 for I
ftreploee( and Itchg 614.FOR "
Included $
qi; J; garage. accessories .
2313 N. Tern' overhead and I
..... .JANE f. USHER. Realtor, 1015 Eastwood Drive, rocking choir end table, monthly only. operating "n Cabinets

?.,',.,,.then. 494-2124 or 494-2903. Call 473-2210 SALE 1974 four-door behind Flchln Shack, Stark. *. whit with yellowgreenfloral pi*. Stark TFchgKITCHENETTES r'capital. Write Inc.' Soul Building V14.REGISTER I Co"urI... To,,.
Itchg '/149 Sedan and a 1971 Ford pick. Itpd 614. cuthlon Dining room Syttm. Rl 3. Box 298. V.I. I
and .
(I Gettonta. N.C. 28092 coil
Bae loaded In table, dresser, pine hutch or
up. excellent ,.
.ni room*. TV. AC. maid sec II
/I.a 704-864-2306.6/14 3tpd 6/28 GAS AND OIL
CLASSIFIED AD condition Cheap. <<< lb. doubt french provincial FREE
BRASINGTON FRESH OKRA 0 cut vie*. Weekly and monthly I
i Deedllne far |,.*rtl,.* Call 473-2803. Itchg 6/14. headboard. 321 .Butler Tor- t SI
dally and kept on ref rigere- Restaurant and loung Stt fltMfttM ,
'J"" I
Tueiday noon praedieg tlon. Garden, 714 roc*. Follow signs Hwy. available Uo.drwoo
Murray' I
I; ; Safes alt Service I Thursday ..*...* ,.,Wlc.. FOR SALE 1972 Dodge two Lafayette St. ....7326. Itchg wt. 9645610. Itpd 614. Motel 3 1/2 miles North o, Open end own a ladle tMM I
Fashion or Jean and Coeval ftiiKSO1e ;
fme Selection Of Used flee I door. 6 cylinder, three 614. Stark. USSOl.TFcha LP Bottles
w On Minimum/ ch.,.. $1.50. speed. $650. Call 473-2308. VEGETABLES FOR SAL!-U- .. Wear Shoe. Complete
J-),: Cart Taken I (Covers IS Ward). I I Itpd 6/14. PICK 'EM Tender green package, includes site a ". I

a- '. QJdil1 midst loch word ever ISI FREEZER SIMt frost free beam, thellle: ban. corn .TOR'SAtt' I assistance,fluture, starting Motor Home FifedVwtlma i

2001 N.W/13 3785301GAINESVItLE:( I 10 cent I|I FOR SAlEi 1974 Dodge Dort. refrigerator $123. Thunday and pea now ready. Butterbean Inventory training and gala Iif"IF' 1140 S. Thompson St

''I.. ,) t Not re.pen.lble for rrrt I I' Slant-ilii motor A/C.$1.100 782-3209.14th and Friday|tchg 6/14.19th only A okra ready *oon.Keriey BY OWNER 1973 Champ! I grand opening provided for .. .. I ..coca =" |

0).I. when given' ever the phone I or trade for motorcycle of Farm, Boyle**, 12x69, 3 BR. 2 both, AC' $11,900. Open hi 2 weekt. ftt lpBTa4 'Wl

WILSON .r when copy I I. n.t typed I I2klg 1 I I valu 6/14.. 473-2933. SKI BOAT, 17 ft.. 69 HP Mercury Highway Phon..964-3088. stove, refrlg., on I acre I It Jllpd Phone>> 61.collect. 904-7644143. .i 9e4-

Commercial Seal Coating and brought to the *Hk.. I' excellent condition. ttchg 6/14. Stark, $10.900. $3.90( ... .

All' TVfC H00! MPAIMAtPHAlT Phone 431-1428 after 9 onweekdays ONI ACRE DRIVE-THROUGH! down 13701mo. Ver,r '"""""

NOt APPLICANT' Itpd "'4. tots North of Stork.. lot of Clean. Phone' 1-379-0412.. MUST SELL

*f CHWQ BACKYARD SALE |V* miles tree*. ISO per month. Phone Itpd 661.MOBILE Immedbtedelivery.liquidation of WwlIDrffilng!!

Al Work Guerenteed Madame Jace on Boyle Highway, right,,,173.3581.5/31 TFchg .11 sew'II stool buildingS. III."Slilt r e/Vjj

Tl.phon* oft SR 100 _.t. Watch for HOME 1971 Hot Idoy 601108113 S2 25 per sq.h.oo 2" Thru 6'"
Will 12x60. 2 bath, 2 M, 32o I .
(19041) 782-3991 Palmist llgn. Frklay-Soturday'::30. NIW UFtKJEHATORi
2. Phone' 964-7789. tell poratefy. Coll after 6 BTU A/C window unit. Fat> Collect 1-004-347-2M1I Fast Rotary
STEVE BROADWA tf Psychic Advisor 6/14. p.m., 782-3377. 3/31 TFchg appt. or (nformotlon call t I Century Steel Bulldlna.I OLE_ Drilling Equipment

782-3688 or ....537... tfehfl!I STATE
TFEE| SERVICE will read your entire Me Advises on [ .. 6/14. MAST RAY We Otter,'Fast .0.........I.......I.S
*Removal' *Trimming ell iff**. ol Me each .. Love. Counsn.D.d( r MOBUJ Why pay

... .. L*"* Suit. end Bu**.** mar? Buy direct from foelory COSMETICSLouise Response And .Pumas 1
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I Fertlllied I PnwM.I Con00.nlwrPeed,ngs ..._ ....p4.. IY OWNER) Brick horn whf, MHXAX TXAYUX UXBCLEAZIMMi ......................

j Look for the sign In front of her home Locatedon .Pine,$0/d113 3 bedroom :2 both Irvlnf/ t .Mi Fill DIRT e.s.5.e''. 'es.C.

HAY FOR SALE AccroM From ,room dining room en SI .. ..
I J.T. Parish I U.S. 301 South In Stacks 230. I mile from hospital, Stark. Fl)*.. 0846374U

496.3099 KOA CampgroundOpen "...* call for .ppl,. NO Antwer 7623422 New Inta3mtionRlMod.4ng

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Tap Pitons. ? 550 Seske. i 11oaety Seed ,
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string at a. trigger's ouch.Notepping.Nostopping
BIO 20*CUTTING SWATH.Widest available. '
Garden Center _.
long-life 26.2 co Homeilte
DIRECT DRIVE.No drivsshaft.No wasted aXLi0
301 S. Walnut 964.6214 power.
$1110 ADJUSTABLE balance. HAND GRIP. For perfect

Freestanding. design makes fueling,storage
SUPER 2 $13596 easier.SOFTONE "MUFFLER.Directs noise to HOMELJTE-ST-100
ground. GasoNne-Powered String Trimmer
SaturdayJune THICKER.088 STRING.Handles heavier
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Register For Door Prizes To Be Given


Of The Many Prizes Will Be A HOMELITE CHAIN SAW


All A Homelite Representative Will Be At Roslefs Nursery, All Day Sat.:
Day Saturday
To Demonstrate & Answer Questions About Homelite Products


Give Dad a You Can Buy This !
We Have A FullComplement

horse Bull During Our Open

Of House And Get

Accessories To Go WitH $8000i i

Discount Price

(' Tractors And Mowers. '
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$200-$400 The All I New Buck
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Meet the Satoh Bull.Strong.Quiet.And efficient.With 0 0
A-90 Lawn Tractor with the maneuverability to match most tasks.Featuring $ 6'0 0
25-hp water-cooled Diesel engine at a low 2.500 rpm,
And your choice of 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive.It's convenient r i. .' off
I and comfortable too.A single lever controls ', '
During This Sale t lowers and locks all implements.An adjustable foam .. "
r rubber seat and ball-nut type steering prevents \ \. .
.. Reg.
driver fatigue.The Satoh Bull.With 4-step PTO.Twelve I" > h'\fr-\ ..
k FL r" speeds.horns today And Category 13-point hitch.Take one by the ",m'.' \=' -,' '
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