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 28, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
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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I After a IS minute explanation of the nor meeting, the board heard cost had authorized a study to determinethe .
proposed budget, the Bradford Coon- estimates of about $28,000 to replacethe procedure for deposing of the
I 'ty Hospital Board approved the spen- old rescue unit. Replacing Just the vehicle which was purchased through
4'"tInr :- Ia.i c ng outline for the coming year Inc chassis would cost about $15,000. a federal program.
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"--- tiding a proposed 10 percent roomr Drewa reported. The American Association of Blood
et. increase. Hospital Board Attorney Richard Banks annual check of the hospital
- produced a "real good audit."
M1 lqI' Welty said the county commissionThe
, By comparison board usually
R r spen.t several hours and
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i"S analyzing hospital spending In years
f f. I pflor to hiring a Jacksonville firm to '

EftAIA I r I manage the operation, of the 54-bed Jack Courtnay'sDevelopment
S,; facility, '.

y1 I ; {Marcus: Drewa. president of
, N I'' Jcksonvllle Methodist Hospital -
M.r Foundation Inc., said the firm would
u l q,Yj ., ..IInf b 4 seeking a 10 percent room rate Increase OK'd
due to Inflation

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: .$; increase before the
"",.. ." hospital canraise
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N k I ,N;" ,. +jLa P vale rooms would cost $86 dally, I if At KH Golf( Courseheads
'''' :' (.\..,, me, price increase is approved.
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..j ,11.11'\ 'v : .'. rewa said the projected Income of had tried to
#1i :;tr f'" Planned Unit Development for Courtnay previously
,: ;': .t. the hospital Is$884,000 during the next IS acres adjacent to the Keystone have the one-acre site Just north of the
: "'; I' '..t."fto fiittral( year. Administrator David Lib- Keystone Club Estates entrance on
Heights golf course presented by
I \ braid the budget should the
cover rezoned RIA
.i.l\: Highway 21 from
w .. : developer Jack Courtnay was
':!.7I. ', ,, ., I"f\, .'. also hospital's allow operating expenses and unanimously' approved by the Brad' (residential) to BP (business professional -
lJi"t. some money for Improvements.
for offices.
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Member of the office pt"flonnf'laltrf'f'd' that the new city for .it years, settles back .In his new office and I "he board has discussed expansion Courtnay's presentation to the be retail sales offices but 90 area pro
hall provided much better working conditions, even speaks" running for another two-year terra, Other city of'She emergency room and other improvements board detailed plans for a 33-unlt perty owners opposed the rezoning.
, though they have to walk a little further to work than services Included In the new space include the natural gas for' several years butIhfls "cluster" housing plan. There will be saying the classification would permit
! before. Inside the building; spate for bill paying or complaining department, meter readers zoning official purchasingagent far have been unable to spare four houses per cluster on approximately other businesses unsuitable to a
I customers IH many times larger: than the and coordinator of grants. Total cent for the lids for such project. a quarter of an acre each. residential area to move In.
, previous building. Merrill Edwards, who has been city building was $313.922.Edwards "From our market research thereis Opponents also said the entrance to ;
fust month the board determined a need for this kind of develop- the offices would create a traffic
tttjrt losses in the ambulance service 'ment," Courtnay said. He explained hazard on Highway 21. ,
,. htJ taken some of the money which.eduld' detailed
this'development will maintain the Courtnay plans for the ,
have been, 'Used /or Im- natural environment and require low sales and management office and
j; .i. ents. ,maintenance by residents. said the area would be fenced off so
.,"'!It I '.. .f'm r 1e crrt as ecotmfy"* recreational area With< swimming there'woufdnt be' more traffic on {
I 'to consider providing further funding pool and tennis courts and a Highway 21. as well as unhindered access
A r .,I of the rescue unit service to take that screened storage area will also be In to the Estates.
i rdl"I I 6r s 4k Il i expense 'off the' hospital. No formal cluded. In other business, the board denied

IfI/{ / 1 } request has been presented to. the John M. Hendry's request to rezone
:, y e i Bradford County Commission. his one-half acre lot half a mile nor.
i l d v y Early Deadlines theast of SR-IOO on SR 235 from open
The board also approved with little rural to business professional. Hen-
j II discussion a proposal to purchase anew dry wanted to expand his upholstery
telephone system. for Next WeekDue business and build another structurebut

t Drewa said other Jacksonville doesn't have the required 20.000
Ityi } hospitals had decided to purchase to Independence Day falling on sq. ft, to operate a business.
systems and a savings of$73,000 over Wednesday July 4, next week's edition Hendry was told he should either I
the next 10 years. He said of The Telegraph iltOe published buy more land or move his house.

1 maintenance of the system would be Tuesday afternoon'.and: on the Albert Young's request to build a
srr( .included In the financing costs. streets Tuesday night Instead of vacuum cleaner repair shop and an

Wednesday.News upstairs apartment on his three-acre
Board member Curtis Sanders suggested and correspondence for the
LL-i lot Just north of SR-233 on 301 was
that a local bank be chosen for July 5 edition should be brought to the unanimously approved. '
financing if the, loan rates and arrangements Telegraph office no later than 5 p.m.
were similar. Monday. Robert E, Gahagan received approval

Drewa said the firm purchased Advertising deadlines will be the on his request for rezoning.two
locally whenever prices were comparable same as usual noon Tuesday for (see page :Ml
and Staff Like the New Hall
City classified ads and 5 p.m. Tuesday for

In other discussion the din- .display advertising.
; After'working l In cramped quarters for many years, City Final! total for construction: $313,922 and that did not Include during
;. Clerk Merrill Edwards says City Of Starke personnel have space for the police department.The 'ijJt; \ItJUIIt! \tTicr.tUe.IIt.
settled comfortably Into pew quarters. police presently remain in the old city hall building
while a new station Is being constructed behind the old armory Judge Applications Sought
t sThe office staff began moving records and equipment out on North Temple Avenue. The estimated cost of that
> of the old city halt in mid-MayEdwards said It took about building Is $25,000.Meanwhile. .
two weeks to move everything over and arrange things. ,the fate of the old city. hall remains unresolved. L G
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By Judicial Nominating Panel
!, "The city commission has not yet made a decision on use One suggestion Is to move the brick building to another -
of the old city hall erected In the 1890's. Edwards said work '
city owned lot, perhaps the Edwards Road Recreational
Another Judge will be added to the the committee and suggestions
crews remodeled the structure in the I930's' and took off the
second floor. Complex now under construction. Eighth Judicial Circuit and residents should be mailed to him at P.O. Box
'' A parking lot is proposed for the space now occupied by in the area;are being asked to provide 1063.Gainesville 32602.
Tile old city hall has been used as a school house and the old city hall. names of applicants to the District The committee will select three
courtroom as well as the home of the Redmen's Club a Edwards said the drive-in window for paying bills cannot Nominating Committee. names of applicants! to be sent to Gov.
former secret order of prominent local men. not be put in use until paving I Is completed. The paving will Bob Graham for selection.
include the space under the old structure. Mac Baldwin who serves on that applicants Include
the city commission discussed building a new city hall Edwards said often a problem for customers committee .from Bradford County Bradford County Judge Elsie S. /
for years before the plans moved from the architect's drafting with the limited number of spaces on the street In front of said names should be suggested to the Sanders and Alachua County Judge
paper onto the concrete foundation. And the price grew the new city hall. He said employees park other places and committee chairman by July IS. Chester"Chuck" Chance. .

{ quickly beyond the $200.000 maximum first discussed.. walk to work to leave the street parking open. Public Defender Alan Parlapiano Sanders.: 38. was elected county Setvdu.bM.H.hftIteIl .-

j Judge in 1972 and has successfully retained M.s's
Jo I that post. He graduated from Teera meee '
: Jacksonville University and then the 7iOO .
.2\ Annual Independence. Observance Set Kevsttine Heights' University of Florida law school in 1teI...... led. 1eW .,I>.
at 1968. Admitted to the bar that same .........d kr9.N.rd "
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: year. he practiced law in Starke PIN D.N
"Our Country Day" celebrations in ranging' from 40 to 250 horsepower Automobile Club of America will driven'In the parade. Local resident. before becoming county Judge. :. J
Keystone Heights promise a full agenda motors will race across Lake drive vintage cars through the streetsof Richard Legg. will drive his 1937 He has often substituted as a circuit
of exciting sports events and contests Geneva, traveling at speeds up to 100 Keystone. Auto buffs will be Plymouth Business Coupe In court Judge. -, Mond.y. JuMHk r ,, ,
:;. thrilling boat races lots of good miles per hour. The very popular In- especially Interested in' the ex- ) Chance 38 was appointed a county .-ini..... ISO! '.
I food a street dance.. and the everpopular board versus outboard! event will trememly rare' 1921 Franklin open- Mr. Legg Is Secretary of the North Judge in 1973 by Gov. Askew after the DI.7,._ ,j, '
parade and fireworks display wind up the races. touring car. which receniywon first Central Florida Region of the Antique legislature created a new Judgeship in M.*tta", I"."'r ', \
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I set this Saturday through Wednesday, '). He graduated from -. .' ,:'- .
the place at the Silver Springs Antique Automobile Club of America. He invites
The morning of July 8a.m. \ .
! 'Keystone is the only area communJfyJiosting ,Fun Run five-mile race wiU Auto Show. Another award-winning anyone owning special Interest ,the University of Florida In business c-tc-ts. ... v, "': ;;
; program of such assorted Registration forms are car a 1932 Chevrolet Cabriolet auto to meet at the Co-Op at10a.m. to administration in 1962 and from OFlaw .''*I..", .. 1" '." ":r. ,i,.s
''j activities in observance of Independence available begin. at City Halt Keystone High rumble-seat convertible will be; ride. in. the. parade with the club. school In 1964.He was admitted to t.. ,'. ,. ,..,'I.' :'..
the bar in 196$. twd.r c.v..cll': I i1r70p
; Day. and hundreds of School....Top or the Haystack and the He has .1
, visitors are'expected often substituted as a.circuit m..I'1. .
1 congregate Lake Region Monitor office. Late Our Country Schedule of's. : court Judge. L. .. : i J -,
downtown Day ;
to enjoy the festivities. registration will be at 7 ..m. in front Other rumored be '." "
applicants considered ,j
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i' kicked off with the annual Tennis explains that the$3 entry fee goes 8:00..m. 4t> '" Tennis Tournament city park judgeship created by the legislature. r.: '.;: f\ "
Tournament this June toward the four trophies and courtesy 9oop.m.I rVHf/ > Street Dance.Co-op parking lot 'l f1JII" ,
Saturday. 30 Include' Levy County Judge* W.O. _" '-"" "'f"1Zt .q
and Sunday,,July 1. beginning at the T-shlrtt that will be given to race- ; ", tC Beauchamp of Bronson and Ken '
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City Park at 8 a.m finishers. Don't forget the one mile Sunday. July I ", Yf' .' Hebert. first assistant state attorney. 1 ;: \.. ;, 'I,
1:The Street Dance will get Into full race will begin at 9:13.: for those who IOOa.m..on.:*.,,., J> AI I ',, Y., Golf Tournament.tountry Club .j. .t*' $..<*.Cwwl 'f. "I'I '1
swing: cannot make the longer run. 1:00p.m. "I' .'' ,.." i. :Boat 6acu.Keystone Beach ,
Saturday night.June 30.from* .t. :( ,. ''..m.Covrtety. : .," i t
I i to In the lot of !: ,' Index. .
midnight parking The Our Country Parade will rtt' ,' .! .I'I .. .I ,1
Clay Day --
, SR-IOO.The dance Isi Wednesday July 4 .' 'y: -- /. i ;;,t
) begin at It .a.m.. following Uw 8:00 '. I' ., Lake Rlni.Smiles starts atcityhail9:1Sa.m. TWO SECTIONS r It
i i "< open to the public,and will feature the a.m. : of !'
* '. .i country music of the Southern "customary eSR-too. the Co-Op ., III. ;y ;; -W'', Fun Run,one mile,starts at city hall BCTION Ai .. '' '. IJ Ii,,,:: y! ',,
parking (, through the ",. ,, Pard Blvd. 'Ioclety./:. .. .P..SA.'A. .. v
..Knights.Two "- .lla.m. ?:.I.*:' < I:: .Our Country Day' down Lawrence JACKIIII'S am '.\
=- golf tournaments are scheduled main part of town on Lawrence Blvd., 1:30p.m. >. ? '+-, V, FrogJumpingContest.cityparfc ditorui. .... ?.. ,. PaaalA .. ,d '';' ,', i
for Sunday.the' Keystone Golf and ending at the City Park. 200pm. ..... '.?r> .' W.lermelonEatingContest.cUypark News.. .... ., 1A,3A,7 A.'A.10A, 'SifflY ;,1
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Twelve exciting boat racing events High School Band and the ( .i > 'I '1"\' .1 Ktytto thing '
Will begin at .noon Sunday at the Keystone Scouts 8:00: pin; .., Flag Pageant at Keystone Beach \'I""a.'.'.. :;.L.LP.aptltl, '", Hw1'IOO AM* *< *,$' '. .
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Dear Editor: landscape feature modified into a down Into the note. ,a u
: I.'. You are correct. For quality education birdbath or Claweriiox.togtbe to !the root of nearbyweakening
p S t. \ the schools do not need more administrators stump can also be hazardous fund MnMtt
s sltl:: .' and more money The health of your living tree loll them outright. "
i, : I, school need fewer administrators warns E.L. Barnard, ForestPathologist The advice of your county or ur -'
I .}: Here Comes A New Judge ). ..., and''' more dedicated teachers andprincipals. for the Florida Division of forester or a commercial: tree
., b Forestry They provide vice representative out be very,..
i 'ut "r' It was a' to read in "The home for the growth and nourishment helpful in deciding th* fate of ji
, '''1, Bradford County' Telegraph" about of root-disease fungi sometimes for stump. These professloRMs are traigg.
I i the teacher of the year Helen Johns. several years after the tree has been ed to recognize problems before U-
j : This is one of those, "You didn't hear that tions by the nine-member nominating committee That's what the schools need for cut down. occur. They can properly weigh -
from me," sources. to narrow the field to three. Those three quality education* dedicated This .la especially true if the stump many factors such as cause of dea
will be forwarded to Graham teachers like Helen Johns, UkelTonv la a remnant of a tree that succumbedto stump size and nearness to other''
for a final decision mlef,Nolin Philomena Acl1I. noon, an attack by one of these micro trees. If special problems arise they
: Anytime the politicos effect our lives, the ," ..oct, Elaine Griffis,.Laurie MuBIraj Jean organisms. Chances are good that the can recommend the help of an extension -
rest of us wonder why. I Clark Barbara Reddish TOtllaRosenburg. killer fungus was wall-entrenched: In plant-pathologist or forests
Who's in the running? HI. : ,* ''i" 's! Marquerite Braasell. the stump and its roots by the time the pathologist. r-i 5A :
The schools. need people who are in victim was removed. well-decayed stump that has been t '
Lots of us try to figure it out. Some addi-
I the teaching profession only because around for la probably a safes
:tional facts from behind closed doors and deep Two county judges stand out as possibilities.. they want to help people learn There Using the stump as a food base risk, as many years decay organisms tendto
:background history tend to add prospective. are in the school systems now too fungi cat! grow and thrive and wait Inhibit the root-disease fungi. The:.
Elzie S. Sanders of Bradford County and many people whose only reason for for the chance to infect the root infamous stump Invader, mentioned
So here's some background on who may be Chester Chance of Alachua County: being there is 'to make some extra system of a nearby plant or tree. The above can be avoided by cutting;,
spending' money for the family. Thesepeople process I is slow and usually evades the pines in the summer when spores Dfc,
and the shots in
{sitting on bench calling a new walk out each when the human killed :
day eye but It Is often deadly in the fungus are few and are OJK
:circuit ]position recently created by the At first glance anyone can see that;AIachna children do. They are always complaining the long run."Mushroom. high temperatures. sag
':Florida Legislature. County is larger and could provide more sup- about the school board not root rot" Is a common In other seasons immediate ap-js
port for re-election if the folks over there approve giving them a raise In salary. They and often deadly disease of hard- plication of granular borax to the
Before getting into the background of some of Chance being appointed. resent having to put in any extra time woods as well as pines and other con- freshcut pine stump will prevent in-
\ for faculty meetings. They waste the ifers. Several other varieties of fection.If .
of the applicants for the Job that pays $43,000 children's time by showing filmstrips fungus also occur frequently, though the stump must go take care
annually, here this from an anonymous in- Chance became a county judge by appoint- and movies just to pass the time. If they may not quite as lethal. One when digging it out. Bruising or cut*
dividual close to the court system in the ment in 1973. The legislature increased the for some reason the coach music variety U especially damaging to Ung the roots of neighboring trees can
Eighth Judicial Circuit. number of judges in Alachua County and teacher art teacher, or the librarian palm trees. leave them open to a host of infections
Chance got the nod from Gov. Reuben Askew cannot take their class at the scheduled Still another variety is notorious for diseases.
time teachers get very upset
"If all six judges would work as hard as because they have no break that day.
some of the six there would be no need for a One insider pointed out that by no small These teachers and administratorswho -=:::-

seventh." The unnamed insider even pointedout coincidence Chance had formerly been Influential are in the school systems just to :-r:.

: his choices for slowest judges of the team, in the county's Democratic party. ', where make money the goal should is to work make some place Count Agents By .
but we'll stop short of such an authoritative They should not be in schools where BobbyTaylor
:review of the men in black robes. It suffices to Chance has since faded from public view in the only goal should be to help each Notebook ':';

say that in all portions of society including the political circle to be replaced by his wife, student learn as much as he Is able. :. '-'-

those among us who judge others there are Jean C. Chance. Here are the requirements for 'PhonetZ1I4I .
quality education: -
hard workers and hardly workers.
-Dedicated teachers and administrators

The same insider predicts Mrs. Chance's When planning for a family vaca for sprinklers to be turned on;
Now to the current dilemma to be faced by strong support? of the current governor in the -No parent Involvement in schools tion, many people make arrangements friend or neighbor.
Gov. Bob Graham. He's the one who decides last election enhances Chance's chances of -Salaries for principals not based on to have everything Treat for chinch bugs and other insects /
which of the three applicants submitted by the edging out advances by other judges. the enrollment of the schoolsNo around the house cared for from the and/or fungus if signs of thus
moving of principals and cat to the daily newspaper but they are present. ..
nominating committee will step into the circuit teachers without their consent often neglect the care of their i plants.It Give garden beds and plants fatticularly ;:
court circle in August. Both men are qualified. We of course havea -Hiring of school personnel to be is important to get the landscapeand those recently planted..V
preference. If you do, tell Bob and the com- based only on the applicant's educa- garden plants in order prior to final and good soaking prior to |eaV-'
The process includes taking applicationsfrom mittee. Mac Baldwin is our voice in that tion and goals for education departure for vacation. Perhaps the Ing.Mulch
the public then review of the -Stop accepting Federal funds following suggestions will be helpful. plants with leaves pink
applica- group.Who's
-Stop building school buildings that Place the outdoor potted plants in a needles compost or bark to conserve
require thousands. of dollars each shady location. This may be near the moisture.Cut '
year for electricity for lighting and' side of a building having a northern flowering annuals just before.leaving.
airconditioningStop exposure or within the protectivecover Annuals which go uncut will;:
I having teacher aides of a large foliage plant. soon cease to bloom. Plant food is used .-.
the Villian? -Stop spending thousands of dollars Potted plants may be placed in the to nourish developing seed instead'
each year for audio-visual equipmentand ground up to the rim of the container.A of production new flowers and foliage.
,..; supplies. thick layer of mulch will conserve Give plants a good spraying or.
i", i These last three Items could provide moisture and reduce the number of dusting to protect against harmful.In
Only thing Americans can be certain of in the refineries were'squeezing less gasoline and money to hire many more waterings needed while on vacation. sects and diseases. : '.
gasoline crunch the nation is experiencing is more heating oil, jet fuel and petrochemicalsout dedicated teachers. Place indoor plants in a room which Provide a good over-all weeding;
Dorothy A.Swanborh receives indirect. light. Direct prior to departure. If weeds are allowed -:
that prices at the will continue their of each barrel of crude oil. ,
pump t
: Lawtey,Florida sunlight will dry the soil faster. Do not to go to seed while away you c4l.1\'
relentless climb.A leave plants in a darkened room expect a much harder job of weeding
The three factors added up to a loss of some because leaf drop will surely result. later in the season,or next year when'
few other things do seem clear; There is 40 million barrels of gasoline that never reach The last thing to do before leaving on seeds sprout.
monumental confusion over the entire issue of ed service stations- a four to five day suppl Open School LetterTo Board a trip is to thoroughly soak the plants.If Soak hanging baskets in tubs! of

allocating gasoline. available to where it is of gasoline for the entire United States, matt Dear Board Members. week the period vacation move extends house plants over a out two-of water ing. for several the baskets hours prior with to plastic leav-

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D.C were full of fuel in late June but motoristsin ment of the High School Auditoriumwe Mow lawn just prior to leaving if Harvest all ripened or nearly riP d
would like to express appreciationto possible. An unkept lawn Is a tell-tale fruit and vegetables prior to leaving.'
the Capitol were waiting in line because To make matters worse for the average each of you and to Mr. Duncan and sign that no one is at home as well as Vegetables will continue to produce if
government regulations prohibited the fuel betng driver, government regulations steered some his staff for the improvements madeto being bad for the lawn grass:to get out harvested often. If asked a neighborwill
delivered to local gas stations. of the remaining gasoline to state emergency the auditorium during the past two of hand. probably harvest and water the
and could months. The stage lighting is now Water the lawn well prior to leaving in payment for vegetables and
stockpiles users. This have
priority .working. the floor has a new coat of if needed and make provisions garden ,' -
= Over and over Federal officials have con- diverted roughly 46 million barrels of gasoline paint, the whole auditorium looks
3inued to refer to the Iranian oil shortfall as the raising the shortage to about 20 percent at ser- cleaner and the fine old grand piano

-basis for the U.S. gas shortage. But this past vice station pumps. Allocation cuts gas com- has been repaired. These Im- ::
and the plants that have
Week information has begun to reveal that the panies were imposing on stations here were been provements brought in from the Vo-Tech Annual Rotary Installation ;
;Problem also lies within the United States. around 20-25 percent in April and May, mat-. Horticulture Department have addeda I
ECrude oil production in the U.S. took an unnoticed ching the shortage the AP found existing. great deal to the several performances ..

: and unexplained plunge last winter, justavhen the auditorium and other during activities the past held few in to Feature Pendelton '. I

the Iranian revolution was cutting im- Oil company executives unanimously deny a weeks. AU in all. we are very pleased
t Orts of oil from Iran. Oil companies, anticipating deliberate depression of domestic production with the really great cooperation The annual SiarkeAotary Club In- and public relations consultant. He
: an easing of price ceilings allowed a claiming they were surprised by the dip. Bad towards accomplishing our goal. stallation of officers banquet Friday now lives' in Windermere. a quiet
3J.S. production of crude oil to fall, some weather is the most common explanation from We want now to can your attentionto night will feature nationally known village near Orlando where he
other things that need to be con- public speaker Winston K. Pendletonof spends his time speaking writing
analysts now declare. I oil companies when asked why domestic production sidered in upgrading this building.We Windermere. relaxing and helping people over
dropped at a time when maximum production understand the heating system was The event begins at 7 at the come their tensions'and worries.
would have been useful. They say repaired last fall but still isn't work Starke Golf and Country Club June 29.
5 Who can blame producers of so-called "old" storms can hamper offshore production extreme ing properly and would certainly like
5 il wait deregulation already to see both the heating and air condi- Pendleton is the author of several
who want to on
> cold can slow the flow of oil through
tioning systems working when school books Including. "How to Stop,
Approved: by President Jimmy Carter to pipelines and cripple machinery and heavy starts in the fall. The two other main Worrying-Forever" He says. i
become effective in 1980 Deregulation means rams can bog down trucks hauling oil from concerns we see right now are new "Worry and anxiety cause more
Ea: much higher selling price over the ceiling imPosed some wells on dirt roads. stage curtains and a sound system unhappiness and misery in the world
: in 1973 by the Federal government on {, that is auditorium property (so we than all other factors put "togetherAnd
:.. oil domestically. The govefnJroent's oil'are don't have to borrow from churches. none of it is necessary.
produced Other oil officials say shortages of crude etc.) He will talk about the destructiveeffects
= move was supposed to hold prices at the source of the lower U.S. production. In view of the fact you will be of worry and will give his plan a )
|then currently producing wells to their 1973 '.' preparing the budget for the next for ridding you of your worries.-nne P ,
jevels} and encourage oil companies to findS'new" Meanwhile, the public is willing to pay any soon we respectfully request and
oil which could sell at current that you include these items in ,
:; they for for their beloved automobiles'
price gas the budget so continue in of
we can our Another of his books. "Pursuit i4 i
nbrices. What happened however was that aHplack John Q. is only worried about'whether he can efforts to improve the facilities and Happiness," has become a national a '
market developed in which "old" oil was get gas. Service stations are currently sellingas In so doing encourage our children to best seller. It has been read onto tape
Sold through middle men who turned it into much gas in half'a day as they were in 15 strive for excellence in their ac 'cassettes by Earl Nightingale: as part

!.new" oil which brought much higher prices. hours a year ago. Nobody gripes about the complishments. Sincerely yours. of gram.his inspirational motivation pro

price either. Phyllis Carver For 13 ye.,.. Pendleton worked in
Lila Rae Yawn Washington D.C. as a newspaperman
5 An Associated Press investigation found the Only thing-the average American can do in Spokeswomen for the Committee Author Illusion K. Prndlelon'

two U.S. Developments, together with the Ira- the current situation is to drive less. Make one 'f. for Improvement of the

ian cutback to be the cause of problems at the trip to town do for several things; don't get in t, ... AuditoriumMatch ; .
-3 as pump. don't need to. '. I.
the car when you really > ( l
mn- ; Bradford BassmastcrsAs

H -The cutback of Iranian oil meant a loss of at Drivers are completely at the mercy of the.. '*1' Needed -
feast 17.5 million barrels of gasoline that other- gas companies now. The price is going 1 At Chunk Fer Vandal Building* ,' /.1'" _' certificate to the person catching the J
Bvise could have gone into motorists' tanks. nowhere but up as long a supplies remain tight Dear Editor: :.r largest fish in each tournament. ,
The First United Methodist Church \\>- want to. extend a big "Thank -
B -The drop in U.S. crude production caused a Apparently we didn't learn much from the of Starke has worked very hard for if figured. the grass is not as bad You" to The Kislnn' Shack for the '+
moss of at least 11 million barrels of gasolinethat oil shortage in 1973. and so far we've shown lit- the past-several years to build a newFellowship now as 1 have seen It in the past in he dftnation They'll make our fishing .
that much :
Hall. Finally wean about huge Hodman reservoir after. holding more Interesting.
: would ordinarily have into the tanks
gone tle aptitude for solving the current crisis. to realize our dream of a new hall and our JuneVournament there. 1 would like to congratulate Sheffield -
pf cars the AP probe found. .we'have'been so pleased with how I fished June 16 with Donald McCrary. and Eans. Harry a
Most infuriating is the helpless feeling. It quickly our new building has grown. Spencer. We headed for the stumps hardnosed Bassmasler.says it is past i
: -And 11.5 million barrels of gasoline simply just isn't a good feeling to be ripped off no mat- Last week howner. a nightmare on the northeast, end of the pool. time for h 1m to u In. ,
(lever got produced because the domestic who is the entered into the picture of our dream Donald used a worm all day and land- Most everyone landed a nice stringof
\ ter doing ripping. 0 building by way of vandalism. The ed 10 bass. I used a worm. Kapala. bass. It was our best catch lately.
g wall insulation was smashed and a lot and Bang-o-Lure and landed five but Friday night. July 20. is the date of
;;;. of interior datoage was done as well. lost several bass Donald lost his our next and final tournament of the

: ,. .. .We are heartsick, about this destructive share too 73-79 season. August will kick off anew
''..'' '?nRI O'4 >. .. BRADFORD c behavior';; Our congregation has Early while we had an overcast was year.Earl .
worked hard and sacrificed much to the most productive time of fishing. Muse is riding in first tare,
4 t'build this ,tiers hall. Rodman w a hard place to fish on m says he plans to keep Out position.
I riligiW4 Our local churches han done a lot clear hot day. On behalf of the club I extend sympathy
to uarwe for this community: Now this church after Sheffield was the winner lo the family of :Mr. and Mrs
. I 0 C needs' your help. The First Methodist Bassmastcrs had returned at T.B Harding. Sr. In the 'low of their
Cj BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERPwbllHiers Church located in a well traveled 7 pm. and weighed in. Jim McCrary daughter. June and to the family of
r .: 1'i -' section of town. Let sail keep a wat- was second.: Charles Evans landed Bonnie' Doughman in the loss of her
: INCH 1ST* $ >'; .. ; hful"eye out for any unusual the largest bass. a five pounder. husband. William.
= ,. > '. '. behavior around the premises. If you Sheffield received a S23 gift certificate Our next monthly meeting will be
f. E Published. each Thvrsday and entered a*second. .Class Matter at the Post Office at Slarke. Pla..nd.r Act of .11. notice anything suspicious or have from The Fishin' Shack. Monday night July 2, at 7:30 p,m.
::: March >. U7f. -u' any Information that could help us. which starting with this tournament This la a very Important meeting If.
= Subscription rate In hart areas St Per Yean IS Six Month please report it lo the police. will Iia $23 gift certificate: to the you can plan to be present.
t y fIon. OirttWe$ $1.50 SU Months. hark. FtarMa Thank you. winner of each tournament The Bass Wishes.
fa4 .
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Denise Adams Fishin Shack will also give a 111 gift Neil Crawfordt.raiw'.irils's
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Wednesday Executions murder.'t" f

Death Row Pair Gets More

Dewitt C. Jones' pale beige'hearse Robert A. Sullivan, also scheduledto Proffitt's direct BUY ON
apparently won't be making the trip die Wednesday morning,won an In- conviction was the '
out to Florida State Prison this time. definite stay from U.S. District Judge Supreme Court's TRAVEL TRAILERS 'S
Death Row inmate Charles William Jose Gonzalez in Fort Lauderdale. upholding the death
Proffitt, the second man scheduled to
die since John Spenkelink's May 25 Sullivan was convicted for the April
execution-the first in Florida in 16 .9. 1973' shotgun murder of Homestead The Florida Homes In Stock
restaurant owner Donald Schmidt. ed jected all state both men's court

years-won an indefinite stay Tuesday and Proffitt. \,
afternoon from U. S. District Judge Brierton said he didn't think any executions With A 14 Year Warranty On The Homes
W. Terrell Hodges in Jacksonville would take place before the
just; 17 hours away from his Wednesday warrants expired at 12:01: a.m. Fri- Sullivan's lawyers -------------------------------------
morning execution. day. Frank Furcl of

He said Wednesday morning the Sullivan represented was in his : III! New M bile Homes On Display
Proffitt convicted for the July
was mood of the prisoners had not Proffitt's attorney.
l ;}973 murder of Tampa high school noticeably changed since word of the mett of Stamford,
wrestling coach Joel Medgebow. stay, but "of course. Sullivan and Proffitt's case
Medgebow was stabbed with a bread Proffitt are very happy." legal errors. Today For A New Or Used Home Priced So That
I Kh'ife while asleep and his wife
Person Can
Patricia..... brutally beaten. Brierton said there was no State lawyers In Afford It.
noticeable change in the prisoners' Sullivan and Proffitt The Ultimate Home Byi. FI ee t WOO d
jviews media from around the state mood after word of the stay. He said ed these Issues
had gathered in the"cow pasture" for "of course, Sullivan and Proffitt arevery them for 11th-hour 4
a'press( conference with Dave Brier- happy." JOHN BROWN'S
ton. FSP superintendent when word Both Sullivan and Proffitt had filed In a press
of proffitl's stay came. There were writs of habeas corpus which allows reporters"
noticeably fewer media and pro- Is the most : i
fetters: than there were for them to challenge the constitutional tion used by man." ; HOME CEN
nkelink's execution. sufficiency of their trials.
Sullivan also M
nocence, and said
.;n More Zoning... from, pg. 1 was no deterrent to ,I

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'.-.i- iel) X: Yen; a Td6',?nUet(|14- }Wrn c, I ..'"'wtth'the stipulation thatground.b, ,, "9 ... a{
.i private -school, wi h the stipultion a- broken within six months.A 1
that ground be broken within SIX request from Louise E. Bell to
rflonths.Gahagan! build a commercial greenhouse on P.DreamMakerI"WHATEVER
_. said he hopes the two acres on the north end of Edwards
2.1-rnemhcr; congregation, which Loop was unanimously approved -
presently meets in a small building on also with the stipulation that
Sft-2ioA.: : will expand to JOO members. building begin within six months.
The school will be an elementary The board approved Nancy
school, grades 1..fI. Bloodgood's request to advertise for YESTERDAY WAS LIKE.WE.LL
.Joe J. Fields' request to build a the rezoning of her land nine miles .
small nondenominational prayer south of Starke. Ms. Bloodgood wantstq GET YOU READY FOR TODAY."
house on SIMOft one mile south' of/ build a mini-atorage facility.

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Held Miss Susan Elizabeth Deaver of Mrs. E.B. Searing and Mrs" W.Etr'- :-
16 Gainesville, whose marriage to Mundy.
I I Charles Anthony Bastak will be an The hostesses presented the :
I II the late J.H. (Jim) z event of July 28 in Gainesville, was honoree with a dinner plate to hers .
held r honored at a 'coffee"Saturday mornIng selected china as a memento of the. ::
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at the home of her aunt Mrs C.II. occasion.
home of Mr. and
Nasworthy on C. Call Street. Approximately 100 guests called
in Green Acres '
Hostesses with Mrs. Nasworthywere between the hours 10:30 and 12 ..
Mrs. J.A. Griffin, Mrs. L.A. o'clock. Those from out-of-town were-
dish present the en- t Canova, Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Mrs. E.B. Mrs. Donald F. Harris and Mrs. Max-
i supper on Searing Mrs. W.8. Mundy, Mrs. P.LBridges ine Powell of Winter Haven. Mrs. .
from out of-state Mrs. H.C. Ritch and Mrs. Paul K. Platcher of Eagle Lake Mrs;
Claude Mrs Mildred Kinard;
Guy Sale Harpe
Moore Ellis
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Moore Jr. of w ..r Mrs. Griffin greeted the guests at M... James Morris Mrs. Nena
i P Fred Moore Jr. of the door and presented them to the Richardson Mrs. Lula Davis and/
receiving line composed of Mrs. Miss Jamie Deaver of Gainesville,
C., Mrs. Becky R.
i Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Nasworthy. the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Maurice Starling and Mrs:
family of North Mrs. J.W. Deaver and mother of the Diane Snow of Graham.
Jean Edwards prospective groom, Mrs A.D.
Md. and Mr. and ___..'... .. 'I'IT" Bastak. thomas J. Golunkas
.Jr. of New York Kathy llengl-Stewart Browning. In the entrance of the home was, a running
fountain with green foliage. On Entertain atRehearsal
living children at Kathy Hengl the mantel in the living room was a DinnerMr.
I II Lou Edwards fan shaped arrangement of day lillies.
I : 4 and Paul Moore of Stewart BrowningEngagement On the desk was an arrangement of Golunka
and Mrs. Thomas J.
Shasta daisies marigolds and fern
to attend was Told at dinner party Saturday -
entertained a
; and on the patio was a huge arrange-
Mayo Tampa.
I } and ment of blue hydrangeas.The ,June 9,at the Garden Restaurantfor
member Barbara Andrews of
atten- Keystone
and his fiancee
> their son,
.:', old Tara Leigh Dennis Hengl. ,Sr. of Wmneconne. refreshment table and punch Marie Green following the couple's
of table were covered with ArmyNavycloths.
granddaughter of Wis. announce the engagement
; rehearsal.The .
their daughter Kathleen (Kathy) Centering the refreshmenttable wedding
I Hengl to Charles Stewart) Browning was an arrangement of mixed
tables covered with
II I spring flowers. were long
:: ,son of Vollie and Virginia Browning
I ; i! of Starke. The punch table in the family room white tablecloths with an arrange-
\ and Mrs. Melba Wedding plans will be announced at was centered with a silver punch bowl ment of spring flowers as a center-
Mr. and Mrs. A.M. a later' date. with garland of greenery around the piece.
last Thursday to skirt of the cloth. included the
;,.., Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. P.L. The and guests immediate'
I .J; Clearance Sale Continue Bridges presided at the coffee ser party During the evening Ted and Marie
underwent knee At Lella's Dress and Gilt Shop vice. Handing out plates were Mrs. presented personal gifts to their at;
General Hospital 134 E.Call St. L.A. Canova and Mrs. H.C. Ritch. tendants parents and grandmother of I
Slarke.86I.5051 Mrs. L.H.
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Friendship Bible Church In and white miniature carnations and
Keystone Heights was the setting for yellow and white daisies with yellow
the marriage of Terri Lynn Aljets of streamers.
Keystone Heights to William Jackson The bride given marriage by her
Prevatt of Starke which took place grandfather, W.H. Glass, Sr. wore a
Saturday. June 9, at S p.m. with Dr. white polyester chiffon! gown trimmed
r Jack Hand of the First Presbyterian with chanUlly lace. The bodice Nyr
S'5 S Church, Stark performing the nup featured a lace high collar with lace + r
1S __ B sleeves. The modified empire waist
5 iDr The bride Ia the daughter of Mrs. had a satin bow in back with a wide ,
Allison Glass Aljets of Keystone ruffle around the hem with a row of 4i rtv
Heights. The groom is the son of Mr. lace which gave a bustle effect in
and Mrs G.F. Prevatt, Sr. of Starke. back and a chapel length train. She
Centering the altar was an oval gold wore a chapel length white veil trim. :I.I!
bridal arch. On each gold column med in chantilly lace and carried a.
were arrangements of white daisies spring cascade of yellow roses aqua, ,
and pink carnations. Flanking. each pink and white miniature carnations "
side of the chancel were two gold and trailing ivy.A "j
spiral and two gold tree candelabras reception was held in the church ,

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and Mrs. Jack Hand were bid farewell by the First Presbyterian Church in the bride's colors. door. Standing In the receiving line
a& a reception Sunday afternoon With them I Is Miss Lillian Stump pastor's Eddie Frampton, organist and were the bride and groom, his
aide, center. Kathy Taylor, soloist, presented a parents, her mother, Terri Paterson
Rev. and program of nuptial music. and Joe Lazenby. .
Mrs. Jack Hand Given Farewell Reception Sunday
Joe Lazenby served as best man. Spring flowers of the bride's chosen iJ_
i The Session and Congregation of appointments were used. Serving Ushers were Larry Paterson, Burble colors with greenery were used s. %
the First Presbyterian Church held a punch was Mrs. Albert Coston Jr. Green, Greg Aljets.: brother of the throughout the reception hall.
reception Sunday In honor of Dr.Jack Highlighting points of interest in the bride, and Jeff Jockle.Mrs. The bride's book table was covered !t1i
Hand, who is leaving after two and a hall were several arrangements of Larry Paterson attended as with a yellow cloth and held an arrangement .', ,
half years with the pastorate. summer flowers. matron of honor. She wore a floor of flowers in the bride's ., !
The reception was held in the Those & In serving the 100 length sleeveless, empire gown of a chosen colors, and a plume pen. ;
Fellowship Hall where guests were guests assist a hours of 4:30 and yellow sophisticate satin. The dress Deborah Weeks kept thel bride's> book : _____
I greeted at the door by Mrs.L.V.Har- 5:30: p.m. were Mrs. Louise Harden, was accented by a high lace collared Mrs. Kerry Schoolfield and Miss ii. I
din and presented to Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. N. Gibson. Mrs. David Mon cape of a floral sheer of aqua, yellow Lynn Moxley served the three tiered _ ". "., iI
Hand by Miss Lillian Stump. tgomery, Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, Mrs. and white. The bottom edge of the wedding cake which was decorated ,' .
Floor hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Autry, Mrs. Henry Greene, cape was trimmed in wide white lace. with yellow icing and white daisies. ::
Philip Vellenga, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Copeland, Mrs. L. V. She carried a spring nosegay of aqua, Between the second and top layers of
Richard Jockel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardin, Mrs. Richard Jockcl. Mrs. pink and white miniature carnations, the cake were four pillars sprayed
Paterson,J.T. Murphy,Mr.and Mrs. Philip Vellenga, Mrs. Maria WaUacfand yellow roses and white and yellow with daisies and four cupids. The top
Joe Webster, Mrs. Maria Wallace, Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver. daisies with yellow streamers. layer was centered with a hand
Mr. and Mrs. George Copeland Mr. On display were two lovely scrapbooks Bridal attendants were Misses Sandra painted bride and groom resembling
and Mrs. Henry Greene and Mr. and compiled by Mrs. Hand andpresented Sargent,Linda Richardson Traci the couple. Flanking each side of the
Mrs. Rudolph Sink. to the church. The scrapbooks Aljets. sister of the bride, and Miss cake were spring containers of white

The tea table was covered with a gave the complete resume of Terry Bailey. Their gowns were Identical gladiolus, pink and aqua carnations, ......., __ ....
the matron of honor but they andwhite """ 'W""' "
white and
white linen cloth and centered with an moving the historical church and the rover mums yellow
arrangement of roses designed by relocating of facilities. The church to were in a light aqua color and had the daisies. Mr. and Mrs William Prevatt .
j' Mrs. Cynthia Schmitt and Mrs. delighted to have this work of love same style and color of cape. They Gloria Hula and Faye Williams,
Silver and from their dear friend. carried spring nosegays of aqua,pink sisters of the groom, presided at the punch table which was covered with aPERSI yellow cloth and held an arrangement t
Herbert Herres. ,crystal u _.______m_______._____.__.___ __...____ d. ". ._s_..._._.____.________ of spring flowers and punch bowl '.oi.w
Mrs. Glen Nettles served punch at 'q
II III the groom's table while ,Miss Nancy "n
1 S Hull served the groom's cake. The
,I groom's cake was chocolate with !
:: -a chocolate Icing decorated with yellow aoM
! A S. U t r ark r daisies and Icing carnations,centered all
,,with the bride and groom's married
Initials and a hand painted baseball
player resembling the groom and the lt1C
team he plays Softball with.
The reception coordinator was Mrs. "'>

W.H. Glass, Jr.. aunt of the bride. :
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: i 4 a a Wedding coordinator Mrs.Steven 'd1 ,
Si k Miller. :
Following a wedding trip to Bellair
; CONAIR 1200 WATT ; ;, ,, Beach the couple are residing at 254 >.M
r x BLOW DRYER tl Westmoreland Trailer Park, Lot 21, Br

Unbreakable housing settings. Starke.
The bride is a Junior at the University tm
SI Qu MODELhtwel8ht 0651REQ. I of Florida majoring In Elementary :;q

\ 149! $17.99 Education. ',.
err +..o +r.r '+rR+J I t, i' ,State The Prison.groom is i employed by Florida ..33: r

ALUMINUM. PRINT,FILM J' a, Honored Monday NIgl> ,,! ;t.IfA

IaCO1A 't eanuo + + ...' },e, Olff' / ,.,11" |Hj Choose*2ew4tt ia-*.a 4Stylee t i for fashion ladies' and men.assortedi / '. ; At Birthday Dinner1. ';... ';; : ..r.b
"" ''e"J ",r '42-rich! cutter box. + 12
12 ouncscene.8 peck: x 2)-foot exposures.v /
LIMIT 3 REQ. $1.76 LIMIT I/ Mrs. L.H. Jennings was complimented n ;
Diet or regular LIMIT 1 ,* 25% OFF : at a birthday dinner Mani;i.1Ml

day evening given by Mrs Lex Green )
ipie 0 9 ii4s9- c REGULAR PRICES r and Mrs. Curtis Sanders at the home ...i

of the latter on West Madison Street "
GALAXY 3-SPEED The buffet table was covered with a .!
12-INCH FAN pink Army-Navy cloth and centered
a with an arrangement of pink roses In :.a
e n Whisper quiet motor,balanced a cut glass bowl. .,11
grill removes for
cleaning. The 20 guests were seated at tables roD
IQf MODEL 2130 on the front porch that were covered .
SWINGERB k 5?SITIMEX REQ. $2999 { with Army-Navy cloths and centered .,lUIM

9-INCH s1 with ''arrangements of hydrangeas,
PAPER PLATES< GRILL daisies, stance and baby's breath. 1C*
Baked enamel fire Out-of-town guests were Mrs. U'J
Fluted type,white WATCHES Walter Jennings of Mandarin, Mrs. ,,01
only. Pack of 100. ? J bowsTbaw. All styles Including sport Harlan Jennings of Gainesville, Mrs ort:!
REQ. 99 s REQ. $42.99 VINYL STRAP ALUMINUM electric and cocktail. Wayne McLendon of Jacksonville :,. I
1 J REQ. $14.99 TO $49.99 S Mrs. Grace Long of Tallahassee and era
69 vvf Mrs. Mary Ann Toth of Orlando. Ml I
3288 Colorful vinyl straps on lightweight 20OFFREGULAR The hostesses presented the .l.'i
... aluminum frame. Chaise has multi- honoree with a set oJ towels as a Oil I
position back. Both fold for storage. PRICES memento,of the occasion .

Delicious creme-lltled 4x3 2488 'I AM/FM/TV RADIO Host Rehearsal:

chocolate sandwich .' 12"x 16",cast Iron ...1. LED Indicator light AM/FM& TV1 Dinner June 22 irr
cookles.1S-oz. pack. construction, multi- A TV2 bands ail I
REQ. $1.19FLAVOR po.Itiongrid.Adjuat* ALUMINUMFOLDING 1A' I Mr. and Mrs. Grahame Forman of I
able drafts. REG.$18,88 BED' .3288'BatteryOrActc operated. NO.249S( AM Crestview were hosts at a dinner party 'f' I J .
8fte 18 PEG. $39.95 Friday night, June 22, at the ';
1 Lightweight aluminum Western Steer Steak House for their a J,
frame,3-Inch solid foam son, Desso and fiancee, Debbie ft ,
mattr....REQ.$34.88 ? KODAK EKTRAI Spengler after: the couple's wedding ibttff
ROAST CAMERA rehearsal.The ,a.'
BARBOLITECHARCOAL c 2688 OUTFIT f' 1 head table held an arrangement ::1 B
PEANUTS Pocket size camera 110 sat .
accepts of yellow, pink and white w
Dry roasted, no sugar LIGHTER : '11m. Kit Includes/Him and tIIpfla.h.W chrysanthemums and down the ,
or oil added. 12- T"e.afewaytoatan ct 99AEO.$21.99 # 'length'of the U-shaped table'was a .O i
ounce jar REQ.$1.19. your charcoal.Qt can. STP 18' -.s fr garland of white. pompoms. Bridal !
LIMIT! 1. REQ. 79' EACH .,, GAS TREATMENT M place cards marked the seating arrangement a
additive of the 35 guests which Included nita
83 FOIL 1 0 0 for better auto per the wedding party, families
formance.REO.$1.48 SYLVANIA SUPER, 10 .and out-of-town guests
FLIPFLASH The honored couple presented H"> :
memento gifts to their attendants ,33
4 Blue Dot quality. 10 ,-,<. 'I
JGLOOLUNCHMATE 7fr'?! after the dinner. -Kf I IGb
OFF J guaranteed flashes '

, TOWELETTESKeepaDugaram JJr ', a:. l I", ,
' Plastic cradle food tray, I OUTBOARD 139 I' i-J \
biting. Pack of 10. apar.t..foodltema r', rN !

REQ. $1.69 from cans & Ice.REQ. o. I MOTOR OIL '. BIRTHS_ ,I. ::-' '

1 $9." For.moU-cycleenglnes: It DURACElLuC"oruD" ., '. '."

13ft F "788 Qt can. REQ. $1.19SERGEANTS ALKALINE BATTERIES Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lane of1 M crr'IU& ,

< 834: + For flashlights,toy.and. some 'clenny announce the birth* of a son, .r I" "
small appliances. II Robert Andrew born June 19,in St. ,
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1.9-LITER --' poy-fi9ftEtfm9 i VIncent'sUoepttal.Grandparents are > 1 ;1',
32QUARTCOOLER J ,Mr., and Mrs. Steve Weldon; of Mao t i iI
02/ I.clenny and(great grandmother, Mm.. K ;'
Keeps beverages ., '1 FLEA COLLAR: Gladys Weldon ofStarke. i w r .: I

serving temperature Molded of heavy duty I protects your pet for I *> :.. '.''i '\.
.. polyethylene.+rv' 'up to 4 month Dog .' ,. 'I'f
,!amount Assorted style.anddtepense.dealred s able hinged lid. and cat sizes.HEQ. '""- 'to.. ,.'
REQ $12.99 REG. $14.99 1,. oJ'"
$2.98 'Lt, and Firth j ,'of ; J '

98.8 : 1188 !i Jacksonville: announces'birth? of a' '''fI't' r'
179il' daughter Heather! Elisabeth. born ,
___ June 8 In Memorial"'Hospital. Vonal : ; J
grandparents are,in,, &t\C11rtra.j ..t. .',
., /:.. .. A..lrtbot'Startl-. : ; :', .>,.....-*" --- l '.\
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:. OPTICAL CENTER IN THE STORES WITH THIS SYfittQL""" .. 4" }'! ':: i1U ":
EaTERDCOfpEE SHOPS ARE,LOCATCP> IN STORES> WITH THIS,SYMBOL !R', 4'', .Mr. and. :" "ferry GG. "'.i' '''''11 .". ,
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: /\ *> f4\Sm'\ :: SALE PRICES ._ ,)raetdr aimounc the birtl?f ofioit"f k.:,..: ,''. l
daughter Tracy Daft born June 16 inAiachua .,; .;: ; \ '
,. l "t" LJWW&JJl.IWLJ.CJ&d.J.WWLJ: : : : : GOOD.THRU; SAT; ,JUNE 30 Central Hospital.;'Grandparents '. \/ "
Ii -.; 1 OPEN TODAY 9 ".M..ttl 9 P.M. are Mr. and Mm. Che rwy! I' '.1
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: ( W..I] 'IYV'fij' (B13UJU f.1J :Gaum of Starke. { ,"

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I II Ir Rev.-Mrs. Bob Co'fe1l2Y." New Arrival .. .. Sfarfce Personals tE1; I\

I Entertain atRehearsal "i '6' Cindy and Shrank: Thomas' of \
'r Gainesville announce the birth of a Louis M. Stern took twelve of her Mr. and M... B* Williams aa// -:f= :
DinnerThe son, Jason Walter born June 19 in tano FWd Trip to visit daughters. Wendy turd ,Jenifer, a i ::::.:
r h I Alachua General Hospital in IheSt Fob Memertal1n Gwendolyn lOranM of Jacksonville,:.;,...
rehearsal dinner for the Gainesville Spring .test Tuesday. The chtktNb were Sundajrytpltors of Mr. and Mrtl. ?;(:
I wedding of Cassie Lynn Paternal grandparents are James also enjoyed a picnic and hlk! hckWII ;
, Johnie Steven Cooper was given 'by and June Thomas of Stark. Maternal Thos* who went were: Cindy fd ", :
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Cooper on Friday grandparents are Walter and Bet. Donna Parade. Viva Riley TnefaParado .: O.rWe..!.Continue. \1' ;
1' June IS at their home. ty Scales of Keystone Heights Teresa Grlffis Rhonda Hutt t! At Leila's Dress,awd*" Gift Shop ::
A buffet dinner for 39 U4K.C
: people was cheson. Denny Thompson ( :
served. The dining table was covered Cowart, Jules Wise, Sherri! Norman, S."ke..JtI, l'
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hess of Starke
with a yellow cloth with a white lace
Kevin Johns and Marla Reddish.
overlay. Centering the table was an announce the birth of a daughter \. Miss Sue Morris(liawwly. Ky. Is
arrangement of yellow and white Carolyn Anne born May 20 in Parents going Lila along as chaperones .. vlsitinUher br6thef"lffl| w and sister
were Mrs. Mae Riley Romeo
i 1 daisies greenery and baby's breath. Alachua General Hospital. Maternal Parado and Dennis Thompson. Mr. and Mrs, S.O. Denmark. .
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i .., 1 The young people ate on the patio. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.A. :< i v'r' :. '
1 111 ) Out-of-town guests were Mrs Jan Williams; paternal grandparents are Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent last Clearance Sate Continues :
If;: Kirvin and daughter Joleen of Mr. and Mrs. Carlus Hess all of Tuesday to Saturday with Mr. and.. At LeU '.Dress and tm? Shop :
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,nTt- Hollywood Fla.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Starke. Mrs J.R. Weldon in Jacksonville. ,' 134: E.Call Sf,
Baxter grandparents of the DUPLICATE BRIDGE Starke, 64-$0f.! I
bride of Hawthorne and Mrs. I "
11 Jenny CLUB RESULTSMrs. Mrs. Marvin Barnhart and '
Rowe aunt of the groom of Lex Green and Mrs. CeceliaTerwlllegar daughters of Vail Colo. are spending Mrs; James Blacksnear spent Fri
I or Gainesville. were the winning coupleat Monday to Friday with her parents day to Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
I I, Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Loudon. Ben Denison in Orlando. _

Quilt Showing At played at the Pratt Street Recreation _.
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Center. Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and Mrs.

... .. Starke Nursing Marie Dent were second and Dr. and '
Mrs.:Jim Mlnesinger were third. OLD-FASHIONED SCHOOL

,HomoJune29 If you like to study and learn and are eight nine or ten years old, :
Starke Nursing Home will have'a; BRIER'SGEMJEWERLY come to 'old-fashioned' school this summer end learn more about

quilt showing of homemade quilts on reading writing, arithmetic. science and study akllls. School will be
Friday June 29. from 1 to 4 p.m.' to
commemorate July 4.history .'< from 9 a.m. until 12 o'clock, Monday Through Friday, will cost you '.

A program of each quilt: some will made tell 'the'by' Is Open 8.00 a day, end will begin on July 8th- you want to come phoneme

s the patients and others that have been after seven o'clock In the evenings at 064-7113 or write to me:
contributed for the showing.
Refreshments will be Please Watch For
ok served.
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: lli'o'r The public l is Invited to attend. Dorothy A. Swanbom
1.' 'I;. Clearance Sale Continues Rt. 1 BOX 23
'At Leila's Dress and Gift -
and n.J.R. McGee 134: E.Call St. Shop 1O9t Crf 8t hi Swte.Fh. Lawtey Fla. 32058

I Martha Buckley i : and; Randall McGeeWed Starke.II64-50S1


June 8 in First Baptist ChurchMartha :

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Sue Buckley daughter of of the groom and Randy Jones. .5---E
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Buckley and Mrs. Steve Thomas served her
Joseph Randall McGee son of Mr. sister as matron of honor. Esther July i \
and Mrs. Joe McGee were united in Pearson, cousin of the bride, was jjf
marriage Friday June 8, at 8 p.m. in bridesmaid. They were gowned alikein
the First Baptist Church with Rev. sunback dresses made of satin ;. at our
Ben P. Bryant performing the nup back crepe covered with light blue
tials. dotted Swiss. In their hair they wore
Highlighting the'altar was an arch blue silk flowers attached to a comb: /
candelabra trimmed with greenery, and they carried two long stem silk
two brass tree candelabras. Jade roses greenery and baby's breath. ..,; :: r ,
plants and palms.Presenting Kara Stafford niece of the groom ,. 'l',,. I. ;

a program of nuptial was flower girl and Blake Thomas i ,: >(?:.: \; .. .. ..
music were Mrs. JoAnn Canova nephew of the bride was ring bearer.
organist Mrs. Cindy McRae, pianist Given in marriage by her father, __ ._ -i \ .' .,
Miss Cathy Taylor and Mike King the bride wore a candelight color .. "''-
soloists. gown with empire waist bodice \ u
Donald Falcon brother of the' covered with lace and the full skirl
groom attended as best man, Brian was satin covered with chiffon. She < -. Best SuUK /$ n Pt-o.u'l!!
Stafford nephew of groom was wore a picture hat with net down the
groomsman and ushers were Steve back and carried a cascade bouquetof rS .' ,- .

Thomas, brother-in-law of the bride. pink sweetheart roses daisies Green. Boiling Peanuts 3 ioi 5100 '.
Brian Johns\ Dennis Crawford,cousin baby's breath and greenery.A = .
reception was held in the church a 11I1011111I. 4 4o1"1 1I :
Delicious I Iimwiu .
Starke Woman's Club Fellowship Hall.The bride and groom Red Apples "0 '
stood in the line and Mrs. 1149 ;
receiving :
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Making Plans For Susie Falcon kept the bride's book. Country Stand Mushrooms .> u I Irv

1979.-$0 Club ,Year. white The bride's lace cloth table over was satin covered and witha was y' iii .,.y.m 6 f IKK."rotKFIa." Mangoes ,,;...... ..49MB .< -,191'.G. ..=
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centered with a three tiered cake topped """ 4.
Mrs. W.H. Thomson president of with a small bouquet of blue rash Slaw or Salad"r
the Starke Woman's Club outlined objectives ';
and activities to be accomplished baby's daisies breath.;pink sweetheart Cutting the cake roses were and SuPfsc unt/ super: n s &coa iu'nibt10 size Pineapples, 19t11I .

during the coming year at Mrs. Colleen Pike and Mrs. Mary UM ,IM-' WM ;.w. _
1St .
the executive board meeting held Albert. Encircling the cake were blue Fresh Green Cabbage II
Wednesday, June 20 at the Holiday. daisies and baby s breath. Flanking ( 26 $ + N i o : =': ;

Inn.The a the cake were silver candelabras with LANOERn ROW .79'4' r Les Fresh California Carrots K, 29 .' '.. .,
luncheon-meeting was attended ,
blue candles. Mrs. Beverly McGee AVG. EACH
by 18 members of the executive LB S 8 $19e :
aunt of the groom made the cake as a Fresh Green Cukes fOR
board. SAVE 300 SAVE 300 SAYE 40d iwt wFresh :
I. A discussion of plans for 1979-80 includes gift.The punch table was centered witha Green Peppers 8roM 100. .,
participation by members in silver punch bowl encircled with -
\ the following: parade of homes, a blue daisies and baby's breath. io w ell I Planters: Dry Roasted Peanuts :i::sits! -
bazaar, play, Bradford County Fair, Presiding at the punch table were Ms. $''fJ. !:act"1, SEEDLESS OWN'l SWEET WESTERN pffyf? '
May Breakfast and party honoring fA SWEET JUICY
Sheila Forsyth and Mrs. Patty It' FANCY ZELLWOOD .

husbands.The' executive board and their Crawford.Assisting were Mrs. Marion FI.ORIDA 4 CANT A. CALIFORNIA YELLOW. y :o.
husbands met at the club house Mon- ,
Mrs. Carol Milner Mrs.
day night for a covered dish dinner. Sheila Cox Mrs. Laura Crews and SAVE LIMES SAVE20UM-OUPES NECTARIN SAVE
Plans were made for work and Miss Lynn Pierce. 40C : 25ti ,

year.beautification projects for the coming Daytona Following Beach a wedding the couple trip are to / 4 9 /1 size 59C SAYE -{ \ 49 IOEARS

residing at 122 Myrtle Street, Starke. 27 A roc 1 10 l $1
Janice Owens '
The bride and groom are both FOR EACH LB '=" .
Thomas SheppardTo fraduates- Bradford High School.
in 1973 and is
Wed July 21 employed at Lawtey Correctional In-' LEISUREWAY POTATO CHIPS .,
KRAn I A T ;
stitution. Mr. McGee graduated in 'q a oNNt. eMr LAVE TOM'S
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Owens of 1971 and is employed with Wood- PAPER PLATES TWIN .ICs fed TWIN r"CKisi5fit .
Zephyr Hills announce the approaching Hopkins Construction Co. in Jackson- lave 20* :12!?? ) DAR-B-QUIE' s k .
marriage of their 'viie. fmy Too"towfncet 79* :: 59 daughter. Janice Elaine to ThomasJ. COUNT SAUCE 25oz JA R
Sheppard son of Mr. and Mrs. litert ;;.

William M. Dooling of Ochlawaha.Mrs. USED T.V.s! _ _ _ ASSORTED VARIETIES' yw + SAVE 10a :;;:

Dooling will be rememberedas b Black & White save Zoe ilt.i : HTO
the former Mrs. 180 5 9 .
D.H. Sheppard a HOT DOG or "
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former resident

The wedding will take place Saturday
July 21, at 7 p.m. in the Zephyr Color $9500 & Up .
Hills Baptist Church with a reception -"-, ;,.
following in the Zephyr Hills 'Nlste3 Ice Tea Mix $119- Klondike Ice Cream Bars $1 51 ';.::

MunicipaBuilding. T.V.SALES & SERVICEUS Eve -....'" C P nil
All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto 301 pw Sacramento Tomato Juice 89d' Pantry Pfide'Creme Sandwiches 89 r j71sc'

Lawtey 762-3152 24ozsou t PartrTPride; Ice Tea Mix $123 Pantry Pride Sauerkraut 3/M/ _

nn 7 Libby.Sliced Pickled BeetsFoamy" 49t IMWIMlUNNiolets' Corn 31PackeT 1 PACKS*

liquid Detergent' '39C label Peanut Butter $ '
GAVE 30d SAVE 34C '
CO""I LOVI'" *
T C1ffu FiJ n 1Gq off, 41' RitrV"prUi Olives, 79 I

to Its le ir t hIi I
Slit :/ &ysMCixeriesl ',4: 'SUNSHIN>I" :;. KLEENEX Best .. I

Pantry Pride Black Pepper 69t CHEEZITSAVE. 1. TOWELS 'BMgi"BlIlrtflVl. .,
R ON _'_IpOU WINE ;i. SAVE 54a : SAVS'at. Wl..t MO NNItriMI' I ,
1C wyrer's_ Drlnk Mix 10 :t.1 frorr r 100& 2/1 'Ewrsy GIANT 5ge Pecan Cinnamon Twirls '299f'279f/ : I
IIII IN'' lawl3Pad BOX law At'v/ ROLL UN i**n urns \
Libby Pink Salmon 89C3M' r .' Bar-B-Oue Bread / ': ::. 1
.. -J'S....!..MM>-! un"" u iMaraschino un Iwtt,...MinfMt I
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Pantry NI Pride Sliced Beets / Lindsay Black Olives, 69 CherriesUM 57e2M Partyflake. Cloverleaf Rolls 279'PANTRY 'J'- I

..... ) IMOIIINIUIIPartry n>,IM nwir mm iw>
i s e ss Kosher or Polish Spears 79* ;.' Pride Elbow "Macaroni. 1 ,',. 39 ,Toilet I Bowl Cleaner / PRIDE ; :.r. ::
p., .... ........1.......
moa"l; Ice 19* ;;Sweet'N Low Sugar Substitute' $2"GresrA"pl 'Frito{ Lay Chip s 89d .. KING SIZE .. ; :

Packer IMHtlfc Label Corned Bee! sill ';.\ Sauce 3/89/ Amoco foam Plate 89e BREAD .; '.'.. :

Y..".c..III nNI w I4.. .,
I Champ 4N D la Dog Ration $2" lint\ Tender Peas 39 Cracker Jacks 10/99/ >. ': :
e1 e : ,""' $

I ; _: .Sunshine Saltines 'S9t,: FFii Crackers! sum* /2/M/ 1 olwer'sInstant. Coffee _$31 .J e SAYE .6fl.1'3, LOAVESrt. "-.;..:.

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CAT..UP p,.: tea& eTLS. 8 320' BOTTLE .F o..s 1.111k erla raN 1 1- tt26u
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I DeWItt C. Jones Honored at Rec.eptlon''t On 90th Birthday ';''' ;\. Johnny Ray Hobbs, Jr..

t Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa
DeWitt. Jones was honored on his Jutland I a't '
\ I Mth birthday Sunday afternoon with .: .. ",.-.t Johnny Ray Hobb. Jr. ofGainesville : :'z:
reception at the Starke Woman's Out w f a June gradual'of the : ;
I given I by the staff of DeWitt C. Jones Meagan University of Florida was inducted. :,: ;
funeral home and many friends. Bela to PW Beta Kappa. .
Baskets of mixed spring flowers Phi Beta Kappa .to an honorary ;
highlighted points of Interest in the Jr., and which taps only the top 10% of the :..: :
r ; Club room for the occasion. at the graduates in the College of Liberal -: ;
I The cake table was centered with a Charles Arts and Sciences. Johnny graduated :
large birthday cake flanked by Ronnie E with a degree In Political Science with : ::
epergnettea holding peach colored of Tall honors after accumulating a grade : ; ::
miniature carnations, daisies, white Johns. point average of 3.'. : :
r. carnations and white tapers. During Johnny's freshman year he ; :: :
: The snack table was centered witha Wcharde waa chosen to Join Alpha Lambda : ;
crystal... holding white and Philip F. Delta and Phi Eta Sigma honoraries. : :
1rl yellow rover mums, peach carnationsand A.E. Students are Inducted Into these baaed : -
____ daisies. Silver and crystal dishes Darby on their first year grades. He was : :
held dainty sandwiches, dum drums, Ward, of then Initiated into PI Sigma Alpha, a :
cheese, crackers and nuts. Wilson, Political Science honorary. He served : ::
Standing in the receiving line were McMillan as president of this organization during :. :
Mr. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spengler his senior year. Johnny was also =.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch. chosen! as assistant director of legal :'::
Steve Futch, Miss Elise Jones aM between affairs-a post In student government :;,:
: o'clock. Just prior to graduation" Johnnywas :' ':
of Inducted Into Phi Kappa Phi : :
;W1 a honorary.Tills Includes the top 10%of ;:':
I I } wI In each graduating college. : :' '

v-r tt_ .......... the son of Mr. and Mrs. ; ::
: I J.R. Hobbs of Starke will begin law : : :
: :
An emotional day for DrWIlt C. Jones he Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish have Mr. .
i as greeted guests at his Mth birthday" school at UP this September. : :
reception on Sunday.Shown I l-r are his daughter Miss Elite Jones Mr.Jones and returned to Tampa after spending/ J.D; : : :
Ur. K.W. Garris. days with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Connell. ,
Vincent Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Brown ::

.L.11id 1oJ(..., Drew Reddish. Stan will be resuming of Starke
his studies at the University of South '
Tommy Reddish returned home Mrs. Janet Turner gave a birthday Florida. Christy graduated from USF same
last ,weekend after spending five supper Saturday night for her June 10 with a bachelor's degree In plus Mr
weeks in Hickory, N.C. training with daughter, Vicky. Guests included LinGillls Social Work. She is now employedwith visited L2:1
(he Western Steer Steak House. of West Palm Beach. Debbie the Jewish Social Service Center day, June
> Thee, Bob Johnson Kay and Brant in Tampa. *
Clearance Turner of Jacksonville. Mr.
Sale Continues Mrs. Maureen Gunter and Callahan "A bee it never
at bellY at
At I.ella'e Dress and Gift Shop Mrs. N.P. Riccardi of Miami andls.t daughter, Christy of Goldsboro, N.C. Howard, It seems; it's Just that it
: E.Call St. Mrs. Marion Moyer of Jacksonville are spending two weeks with her day can't buzz any slower."
StarkeII64-SOU. : are spending 10 days with the F.W. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. Johns. on Kin Hubbard

Strickland family. Brown at Kingsley Lake. .. .'

: within the area prehensive' Land. U.. .

by Prather Plan '0 provide that
\ SHOP IA11&Yl on the South, by lands currently classified
Street on the West Rural Residential and
ALL sToala wut stCLO _. Street on designated by th. plan
EDWRDNISDAY North and the o. Yellow. b.
Coastline recloMified to Mobil.
g>tl the 00" Home and designated
JULY 4h Brown the property of
or. further given JW. Barber, described
that a copy of as follows-:
proposed OR Lot 1. of S/Dof lot 13
OF VALUES I I. available for In Town of Lowt., E of
at the of Railway. S.c. 23
Ihe Planning and Township 5 South Range
Official City
... 'Jr .. Florida. 22E.You are further given '
wto.JULY.wr QUANTITY MOMT*......" .00 I 1 and every Person NOTICE that a copy of
on Interest sold proposed ORDINANCE o
In the enact I la available for
of this proposed your Inspection at the
should ap Office of the City Clerk,
V.S.VA. Ckx Fresh MkvR.v// a be heard at the City Hall Lowt.y.Florida. .
... Li. place prescrib .
I/I fit /Aura
Beef 'Blade Chuck Steak I'f1J1 Each and every person
having any Interestwhatever
I IM f L. CROSBY JR In the enactment d
I: r/uuTurka.and ey HamsSmoked LI 19. e : S. Zoning Of/ of this proposed

ORDINANCE should appear
[ Pork Hocks LI68t Starke,Florida and be heard at the
[ IHI MKlltntUM It ..! ..-Mlles ? 6/28 time and place present
Fryer Combination 'SKTi..:g' L'got'' / ed. ( ,
novel/C....... .... ... CITY COUNCIL. CITY OF
Quick Frozen Cornish Hens u98 1 OF APPLICA IAWTEY FLORIDA
[ UH m lutuiuni "Hi ..-... 'IoS''II,1 FOR AMENDMENT Itpd 6/28
Quick Frozen Fryer Thighs LI 78t -aaoalIMYM 48c $118 '. LAND USE PLAN
IM MI I wi iantnaan mmm mm ""' IAWTEY
Quick Frozen Fryer Drumsticks u 08t Le .p+a"p Ltt ORDINANCE

Sure81aHams I' $211 $AVE 20d A Lt SAYE 400 A Lt ... Comprehensive amen

..MM.... : U.. Plan Element
Borden American Singles S1'. Map by tawtey' NOTICE: OF
: In accordance INTENTIONTO

'p'jntr7; Pride Cream Cheese 60t Land Of Frost; Chipped Meats 88t FREEZER QUEEN the Comprehensive local Govern' FICTITIOUS REGISTER

IM mm ofAxelrod 40t M r DINNERS, eAVa 1I P Act of I97S as NAME
Onion Dip Thorn Cooked Ham $1"
Apple Valley for In Chapter
.aUNsv.MUa.A.ucw *
IM* III | IM mtua I IM.IM 0 2 L. 148 a..VII of the Florida Pursuant to Section
Mild Daisy Cheese Wedges L'M. Claussen Ass't. Pickles fV' SMOMTT1 HUrnozt*' M" K5. 3 TO ... 869.09, Florida Statute,
IM Ml int ummamnnm : Cllliens. Taxpay notice I I. hereby given
|(ralt Squeeze.; Parkay 78 Fyno Taste Meat Franks Sf' FRESffPOHK other Interested that the undersigned
Gary D. Brier 2904
mm MM '
Creamed r Cottage: Cheese fill" Agaf Ham Patties $1" Northeast T.nth 51'..'.
.. "* MOOD OK and each of you Gainesville. Flo 32601.
Blue Bonnet Qtr's. Oleo 586 Atapli Aiver Breakfast Roll 58t .su.po.aaoaaurs'AY Ls u I18 HALF IAn : notice and In herewith accor doing firm' ol und.r'BRIERS the

.0. ., with Florida
( .AI& .. .* that the City Call Street. Storke, Flo
ALL BEEF CANNED b HYGRADE of lawtey 32091. Intend to
PATTIESSd98 HAMS. CENTER CUT BEEF .. ",t I BONELESS will conduct a register said fictions
.u .. ) itJCfl"- ...
c. I u can Ut'f Jt rut ; hearing at a name und.r the provl p
"498.79 SIRLOIN DINNJR meeting held at Ions of aforesaid
:. +$.**,.,. :.: : ."'. at City Hall, statute'
Florida on Mon. Gary D. Brier, owner .
STEAKS HAMS 2nd. 1979. and Dated this 28th day of : ,I *
consider an Or Jun., A.D. 1979 at
relating to: 510'.... FL.

r $258 : ls' $178. ;; I the Com 6'284tchg7, 19 -r t.,' '

SAYS 40cl A L. aAYe 704 A LO .

Bas Beyttcvicekrl Bert &I1' tinerhl DEDICATION : (f

fw'1 pce1 Hi.C'nii'DkS996 ;;:Detergent: $17' 1:1

IMStlM ,. :
Pantry Pride Towels 21/$1/ Big H Burger Sauce 796

70z 89 c Charcoal c l Lighter Fluid 'lot Supreme Steak Sauce 694 ;Z r'; i

TUBe MwiMunemmFyim -.,..
# Taste peaches 596 Nestle Chocolate Quick f2"SAYt40d J 1
-- wrrt.awnrnrrm
a1li AJax Determent $1" Betty Crocker Cake Mixes 698uyrirfldvltbr9 .j

WE CARE.:.. :


B.ufl"WNAPKINS Ep. ;w+ t'!ODAS' wrturns nt i'
Morton tradi E
,anlrrar AYt10s" FLAVORS _.... finest in 1\;:
21/S1/ M mMorton
unt Soft Puffs save
,W r l V'l f COUNT too 59 ; ;;:. 69. and burial" t ( t
Fight Guard Deodorant $1" .1Of ,
ioot. iw......mama $ r... Pride We are I t.Jj;;
Wondn Skin lotion ..44 'O..II..."-AT LEAST 40 PEr, Prlnal's Extra Chips 596' Packer MS .
IM m to elltri > aTO"2H tt
99 fete! HacJH ( rovide serene :
( Max Shampoo Pringle's .Extra ChipsPringle's $117 Newtoi / ;
1asr,.;Inw 1R"ale" ..WITH STAND AT LEAST. /rrr 'mtmmno '
Head t Shoulders Shampoo $141 1 19 pen STOWSHibacfti"' 'rlnKlI's Potato Chips '\ 59* PantryPridi and cone- .."" 'r\ ,..,
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$5"AT .
Clairmijt Hair Spray 79* Country Style 1''' 59M"< LamhrechtNra IM r'Is ., ,i :N' LEAST 30 PEfl STORE
MUkiMtsn mmtmmuH r Irlr ,
until ml- "
{[ Colgate Instant Shave '77 VINTU.AIWUl'I TU81D NUTTY .POSITION 9789 Prin2l8'r" Potato ChipsPringle's 1 Farmbest 1 sorrow. r; "' :

$111 f MM m on WUM _
(.isterineBonu$ Bottle Country Style 111 Pet Ritz ; ..,t '

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TELEGRAPH June .. D7. ( '

\i -, IECALS or.i I

\ .' .
1 NOnCIO' By, : Beuloh M. Moody suance, me description WITNESS my hand 'Wemptotnt filed m theM lawtey East of Railroad --.. N the M n of ''I. Office. 661 River' *' 11 :

SPECIAL ELECTION Deputy Clerk of the property! and the and seal I of thl* Court on ,BMjteedlng*. according ta mop or plat' Avenue. Jacks nvi'
The City Council of the (Court Seal) TMVmo HI which ft wo May :91. 1979. ": fiW.' -Order to Show thereof tr, Plat Boofc' t', := tt:: ::: r : nerhfa 32304. .. .,t 0ie

City of Hampton Florida assessed are ell follow: %&...hall be published/ pogo 6, all bSaotiofr-2J. due <*feft be wand If ........ Jot a told tee. Of Won to the (etens, *.,dl 1. .II
voted to hold a Special SWANM. SWANN AND Certificate No. *7 GILBERT S. BROWN A* In Ke manner requiredby Township S South Rang the ejejifft In contingent _;'eoo. fund on bed other t 'T

election regarding the HADDOCK Year of ,Issuance 1977 Clerk of the Court Section 75.06. Florida 22 East or unliquidated, the those stated above 'iE '

adoption of a now 17 South Magnolia Description of Property By! Marlon McRoe, A* Statutes, In Bradford nature of th. uncertaintyshall An Environmental' not be considered bV"1"HUD :
Charter by the City of Avenue LOTS M9 OP ILK 8 IN Deputy Clerk County Telegraph o et public sale, to the be stated. rf the Review Record respecting No objection. :"..' ':

Hampton Florida. Orlando Florida 37901 I.T. t COS ADD BEING newspaper of generalcirculation highest and best bidder claim I I. secured th. (.,. within protect received offer Jun. 29 .

THEREFORE a special Attorney for Plaintiff FRACl LOTS See 39, 617 dtchg 6128 In laid for cash, Of the' front entranc security hall be described. { has been mod. by the City 1979 will be con.ld.rod '*'<.'?

election will b. hold 6/212khg" 6/28 Twp6S.22.. municipality, publishedIn of the Bradford The claimant shod el Stork which by MUD. nI I

Tuesday. July 31. 1979. Name In which assessed .....-. Starke, Florida. County Courthouse In deliver sufficient copies document the/ environmental Merrill Edwards,' Cltf/MW!! .
Th. u.ual polling placed A.C. Carter DONE AND ORDEREDat Stork. Florida at 11:00 of the claim ta the clerk review of Clerk, ,.i.. :a" .10 s.

v will b* used, and the NOTICI OFAPPLICATION All of told property IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Stark, Bradford A.M. on the 16 day of July to enable the clerk M the' project. This Environmental Oh/Hall. |I.retuSi.

normal hours for voting FOR being In th. County of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY County, Florida this 18th 197?. mall one copy to each Review Starke, Florida 32091 < .<> <>

will be obtorvod. which TAX DUO Bradford, Slot of FLORIDA day of June. 1979. personal' representative.All Record I I. on file at th* llchg 61,,., ....; (e.1;
ore 7.00 A.M. to 7:00P Sec. "'.16. F.S. Florida. CASE NO. 79-300( /s/Osee R. Fagan GILBERT S. BROWN person* InterestedIn City Clerk' office City .- .1.)

M. All registered Unless such eerllllcale J. Circuit Judge CLERK CIRCUIT COURT the estate to whom a Hall and I b available for :';:':1jJ1

votor of tho City of NOTICE IS HERESY or redeemed certificate shall be CITY OF HAMPTON '6/213khg 7/9 By: t' Moody copy of this Notice of Administration public examination and t :m" .'i> fti >;
Hampton Florida ore GIVEN that Vernl P. according to hoe been copying, request -
FLORIDA, munlclpolcorporation upon .
a 'I i I. ri.\
eligible to va,.. Odom the holder of the law the property described 4/214tchg 712IN moiled are required' The City of Stake will ;
I following certificate' hoc In such certificate or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. d' '
Registration Booh In the Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WITHIN THREE MONTHS undertake the prefect
Suporvlior of Election. filed told certificate for certificates will be old IN AND FOR BRADFORD FROM THE OATS OF THE described above. with OF BRADFORD' JWNTYV; I t'
a tax deed to be Issued to the' highest bidder at vs.THE THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA ,"l"Jr!
Office. Bradford County STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY FLORIDA FIRST PUBLICATION OF Block' Grant fund from
Courthouse. will close thereon. The' certificate th. courthouse door on at al.. Defendant CASE NO. 7964STANDARD FOR BRADFORD COUNTY THIS NOTICE. ta file any the U.S. Deportment of Civil Action No. 79-310--." : ;''o."! '

Friday. Jun. 79 at 5.00 numbers and year of Issuance Monday In Month of July. GUARANTY FLORIDA objection they may Housing end Urban ; "
th. descriptionof 1979 which Is the' 16th PROBATE DIVISION In the of .,.1 i
.I I p.m. for this election. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE INSURANCE COMPANY have that challenge the Development (HUD) re marriage .
the property and the day of July 1979. CASE NO. RUSSELL S. SEALE has. ..., >
Addltlonollnformotlon TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA Plaintiff v* DON H. validity of the dee_ under Title 1 of the. Housing t
r and sample ballot maybe name In which It was Doled this 34th day of THROUGH THE CRAWFORD AND WANA FILE NO. dears will th. qualification and Community band and BLINDA SEALE: :

received from the City assessed or* o* follows: May. 1979GILBERT STATE ATTORNEY FOR E. CRAWFORD his wife: In re Estate of LEONA of the personal' rap.nlatl" Development Act ol wife !I..r( (.. I

Clork Certificate No. 117 S. BROWN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL and RONALD E. NEW. DUKES Deceased. ,.'. ., or the 1974. Th* City ol Stark NOTICE OF ACTION, 'r.r",

/i/lrlt Virginia Hart Year of f..uoroc.lm CLERK CIRCUIT OF SAID STATE MAN. SR., Defendants. venue or jurisdiction of I I. certifying to HUD that TO: RUSSELL S. SEALE. .. .? !
IRIS VIRGINIA HART. Description of Property By: Beulah M. Moody THE SEVERALPROPERTY NOTICE Or the Court. the City of Stark and ADDRESS UNKNOWN '" ::

City Clerk COM AT SE COR OF SE Clerk of Circuit Court of OWNERS TAXPAYERSAND NOTICE OP SALE ADMINISTRATIONTO All CLAIMS Merrill Edward'In his official ....lui

6/21 3tchg 7/12 I/. OF N 980'. W 1800' S Bradford County. Florida CITIZENS OF THE CI. Notice I I. hereby given All PERSONS HAV. DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS capacity os Clerk YOU ARE NOTIFIEb

30<1.54' TO POB SI 32.27', 6/21 .,chg 7/12 TY OF HAMPTON FLORIDA that pursuant to a flnlllludgM.nt ING CLAIMS OR NOT SO FILED consent to accept the that an action fpr
--- W 432.:26'. TO ELY R/W INCLUDING NON of foreclosure DEMANDS AGAINST THE WILL BE FOREVER BAR- jurisdiction of fhe dissolution) of ,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF OF HWY 301 N 15' E IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF RESIDENTS OWNING entered In the obove- ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL tED Federal court If an action been filed, and you

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 158.96'. E 38734' TO BRADFORD COUNTY. PROPERTY OR SUBJECT captioned action I will OTHER PERSONS INTER. I I. brought to enforce are required to serve a

CIRCUIT IRADFORD POB. SEC. 7. Twp7S. FLORIDA TO TAXATION THEREIN all situatedIn ESTED IN THE ESTATE: Date oi the first publication responsibilities In relation copy of your written

COUNTY FLORIDA R22. AND ALL OTHERS HAVING Bradford County YOU ARE HEREBY of this Notice of lo environmental detente, if any, to II on

CIVIL ACTION NO. 79.95 Name In which assessed NO. OR CLAIMING ANY Florida described a.: NOTIFIED that. the administration Administration; June 21, review, decision making ; .....1'
luone W. Bramlett RIGHT. TITLE OR INTEREST PARCEL !: The Easterly of the estate 1979. and action; and that petitioner'' attorneys .F .

J I I. KISLAK MORTGAGE All of said property 79253In : IN PROPERTY TO BE 14.S loot of the Westerly of LEONA DUKES those responilbllltles whose name and ad,, ,..:

CORPORATION, .'c.. being In the County of AFFECTED BY THE ISSUANCE 193.5 feet of lot 7 of East Deceased, File Number Seeber Wesley, MoodyJr have been satisfied The dross I I. J.J. WOLBERT, "';' .
Plaintiff ".. WENDELL Bradford State of r* the Marriage of EDWIN BY SAID MUNICI lawtey a* per plat 1-3804, I I. pending In the legal effect of the certification JR.. P.O. Box 1004k.;, ;

DELANO SANDERS ota Florida KENNETH CAULEY PALITY OF BONDS HERE. thereof recorded In Plat' Circuit Court for Bradford As Personal' Representative I I. that upon its Starke. Florida 32091 .... .

\ ., ol Defendants. Unless such certificateor Husband and VIVIAN INAFTER MORE PARTICULARLY book 1, page 6, of the County Florida of the Estate of approval. City of Stork ....-5200 on or before '?.
certificate shall be WILLENr STRICKLAND DESCRIBED. public record of Bradford Probate Division, the address LEONA DUKES Deceased may use the Block' Grant august 2, 1979 and file

NOTICE OF SALE redeemed according to CAULEY. wifeNOTICE OR TO BE AFFECTED IN County Florida. of which Is Post Office fund and HUD will( have the original with the' '. .

Notice it hereby given law the property described ANY WAY THEREBY: Said Easterly '''.5 feet Drawer B, Stark, satisfied Its responsibilities clerk of this court .I'h.r' ..
that pursuant to .tho Final In such certificate or OF ACTIONTO You and each of being a portion of the Florida 32091.: The per- ATTORNEY FOR PERSON. { under the Notional' before service on peti''
Judgment of Foreclosure certificates will be soldto required youare land described In Official tonal representative of AL REPRESENTATIVE: Environmental tioner's attorney or Immediately ': ',''' '
hereby 0opp.or ,
and Sale entered In the the highest bidder at : Mr*. Vivian Widen on the 17th day Record. Book 94, the estate I.I SEEBER RICHARD E. WELTY Policy, Act of 1969. HUD thereafter: .. ..

cause pending in the Circuit the courthouse door on Strickland Caulay of July, 1979 at B 30 AM. page 98 of laid public WESLEY MOODY JR., Post Office Box 995 will accept an objectionto otherwise a judgment .
Court of the Eighth the first Monday In Address Unknown before the Circuit Courtof records. whose address I I. Rout 934 N. Tempi Ave. its approval of the will be entered for the: .. '.r
Month of July. 1979. PARCEL 2 the 1, Box 969 lake Butler funds and relief the "". 'r
Judicial Circuit In on for Bradford : Begin at Starke, Florida 32091 release of acceptance demanded In
Bradford County. which I I. the 16th day ol YOU ARE NOTIFIED at the Coun'y.Florida. Courthouse Intersection of the Florida. The name and 904/9648050 of th*certification petition .".'

Florida Civil Action No. July 1979. that for In Starke.. Florida Easterly right of way line address of the p.rsonalr.p.n'otlv. 6/21 2tchg 6/28 only If It Is on one of WITNESS my hand and
79.95. the undersignedClerk Dated this 24th day of an action and show why".r of Seaboard Coast line .'. attorney the following bases: (a) the teal of this Court on 'I'I
dissolution of cause
will sell th. property May. 1979GILBERT marriage of the Railroad and the Northerly are set forth That the certificationwas June 25 1979. "..,lo .
situated In said S. BROWN. ho been filed, and you In the above Complaintfiled entitled right of way line of below: City of Starke not In fact executedby As Clerk of the Court

County, described, as: Clerk ore required to serve a should lawtey,, and Mlddlaburg All person having P.O. Box C the chief executive officer By, : Virginia F. DarbyAs
lot 7 & 8. Block 16. low- By, : Beulah M. Moody copy of your written be proceeding and the Rood and run Easterly claim or demand City Hall or other officer of Deputy Clerk
Clerk of Circuit Court of defenses If 'to It on not granted said the estate Stark, Florida 32091:
lay. Florida D..d Book any bonds therein described along Northerly again are the City of Stork op- 6/28 4tchg 7/19
"C". Page 3 of the public Bradford County Florida petitioner' attorney, and the proceedings right of way line 179 required, WITHIN THREE proved by HUD or (b)
records of Bradford 6/21 .chg. 7/12 whose name and address authorising th. Issuance feet, thence run North MONTHS FROM THE TO ALL INTERESTED that the City ol Stark'*
County. Florida lying In thereof validated and parallel with afore- environmental' review
Section 23 Township S. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION JR., P. O. Box 1086 confirmed, said band .old Easterly right of way LICATION OF THIS AND PERSONS: record for the project Indicates

South Range :22. East. FOR Sta'.... Flo. 32091: on or consisting of not exceeding line a distance of 100 NOTICE to file with th* On or about July 6, omission of a required

ot public sale, to the TAX DEED before July 12. 1979 and 191,300 principal feel, thence run Westerly clerk of the above court 1979 the City of Slarke. decision finding
will the U S.Deportment .
highest and best bidder Sec. 194.U.r.S.NOTICE file tho original with the amount of Water Revenue and parallel with a written statement of request of or step applicable to the

for cash ot 11:00 o'clockon IS HEREBY clerk of this court either Bonds, maturing In aforesaid Northerly rightof any claim or demand Housingand project In the environmental ,
Urban k
the 10th day of July. before way line 179 feet they may have. Each Developmentto review Process. >
GIVEN that Vernl P. service on petitioner 1982 through :2019 bearIng release Federal funds
1979 at the front Door of thence run South along claim must be In writing Objection must be .
Odom the holder of the attorney or Immediately Interest at not exceeding under title of the Housing
the Bradford County following certificate hot thereafter] the legal rote Easterly right of way line and must Indicate the prepared ond submittedIn
t Courthouse. Slor.... filed, said certificate fora a distance of 100 feet to basis for the claim th* and CommunityDevelopment accordance with the
otherwise a Judgmentwill per annum payable annually Act of
Florida poInt of beginning 0110being nom and address of thecreditor required procedure ((24 TheAmerican rabbit
tax deed to bo Issued be entered for the a more particular (PL 93.383)) for the
GILBERT S. BROWN thereon Th. certificate relief demanded In the description of said bond the Westerly 179 or his agent or CFR Part 58)) and may be lives alone' oceupyingtcna'of

Clerk of the Circuit Court numbers and years of Is petition. being contained In the feet of lot 7, Town of attorney and the following Target project Area : I for addressed to HUD at U.S. three acres that it
HUD Jacksonville Area
knows well.
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Z30S Storke N. T.mpl.A"Estate. Flo. .' .. I REAL ESTATE ll.S..T-1 N "GS : '": I f:! d u" have i I r o' perty'fovl', :' :salef' !;h tllll.M r .,nrjprr; 1l>::!lilt/.4.!N

Phone 94.1711 :,. : : I

Office open Monday thriSaturday don't tell your neighbor : : .:;:
9.5 p.m. Sunday 4 ,,7.UI: .

by appointment. ......t, "


Three bedroans 2 full baths. front kitchen, central air, ;. .
Klngtley lake 90 ft. on awnings. skirted. all sal up and ready to move In..only ; .. '

I water Brick Duplex.E.Z '0conv.r' S9.995. VA and bonk financing available. FLORI LAN D : .
to single .:.:: ;,; ..
504 E. Adklns 4 BR ::2 "han.964.5606 Lilli hCol"-arlmn :. Rra''ftl' ti ;.
both frame.double garage. 011"s Mobil. Ham.. dealer 'REAI.TOR 21 rem'
J Ihn.141.71001ltf .
fireplace. storage house. ..,....,...,- I S"N.Temple Avenue ,. .,'
patio li:3: "UUaOIElrs .[AUSTln:
411 N. Church 3 BR I
P200 down end ...u.... 0 ,.'
bath. fireplace. single STA.KIA.IA 964.78 28 ..,.ttne VA Mtg en 4II 2 WANTED

garage FALJLKNER 1 acre lo'.lu.' outside city lath. .n" 6 Acr..
419 N. Water 3' BR I 986 N. Temple I .
limit. $490 down $50
bath frame cheap NEW S 'R. Bath I Holf. i:f1
mo..S2.995. Starke
Two Adkin.beautiful A'Water lots corner REALTY IB Fla Steve. Dlshwesher. Any One Interested ;rUlI II t'la1;

Two beautiful lots 36.35 acres 1340' US 301 SPECIAL i/sepia/ "em.nll ?' -
I In A Salve
SHORT TIME Prlntlnp Up -
'56.501' '.rm.. 267.00 with 20 percent -Q 1G CJ .. :;:::
Church St :
RlAITOR ONLY Sampson La" Lot
own. Payments U2.00 Brochure That Would REALTYCECILIA
Two Story Brick Colonial $1' 500.00 .
80 Acre farm 3 BR 2 10' wIth 10 percent "aw. :
Country Club 4 BR. 3 bath !
Be Useful To Promote .
964.5065 home. bon, out-bldg..3o ..... .
10 Acres VA 3BR 2 1'
up BaylessHighway FHAapproved .
rolling Improved pocon trees. fenced I both home fn cau"try. IA... 0. SR100 I. Bradford County A. A A PHONE 964-77f6ftf:
croll.fonc' '150.000. *c..
pasture. terms 2305 N., Temple Ave., tarke Brick, 'local'Y Industrial Site For Out TMWILUGAR 20S N. Temple Sf.,... Flan.Q tj;.r
4 BR concrete block with ..
100 Acre f farm. well septic T 100 AC'''. Ia. part of Ca. s
swimming pool on 1% acre FHA B VA FINANCING AVAILABLE I a .I.c apprax 100 pawn Brick homo located on 1600.00 per ocr.. lam. Of Are. Manufacturera. .
lot on Morgan Road beautiful 'lot In quiet
uses. divided by paved .ltc'lte'o quellfl.d
FHA approved. 3BR, ::2 RESIDENTIAL neighborhood 'lots of T it75' -
I rood. SI30.000. bu Y.r. Thl. Brochure Would SPECIAL/ \ .
both block In town pecan hoes. 3 BR. 2 bath '
x 150' lot with 2 BR. I I frame. 7500.00.. good terms. Free Distribution
02 BR, bath block Green erea.Be
one LAWTEY acres. 11+ Acne, Graham .'
Christian Street, large lot. Thank yen wonderful people of Bradford
2BR,1S: LR. DR Kit FR with IIR to 26 ocr..beautlful To All Realtors
06 acres I 4BR.Hampton rental and 'for 1 e COft. Ilk Large frame home In city County for allewlng me ta represent you In
Paved rood. wohop. Nice lot In good location. I ook..clty water good porteclJOt' apartments Ev..ityu Meese cell reel estate. We have lied live marvelous3BR

0:26: acres waterfront 1 B Irame with nice lot. 9500.00 ''m5 13.000 per ocr. : Vernie P. Odom. Broken I years end the best II yet to camel I
I J Call' John Miller '
Grandm-Terms Beautiful' wooded lots In GI1. Phee9L4S474 .
31r. 11 with 3 ors. 3IR from. on 1.6 oars
02 to 10 acres-Several Graham area Terms rfA..w. ''''.77Jt

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Cod. 3BR with oc,... Hwy 16 Wad Reduced to 525,000 Home a Incomelarge VA FHA opprovedd Brick IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
(rame homo 'In good candle :
Building town t. Nc. 6 ens with" 3 0R I /tom... Mane lA city on dead rod
lion. 9 I boo 50
out. 3 assn with well Hampton area. trees. nice garden street. BR. 2, both. Nice S ecre 1500 en acre Oriffl Loop Owner Fin.
'12x64 mobile home on pecan w" 111/2 I ecre* 4 BR 3 B CH&A Brownie ...
3 rental mobile ..
waterfront lot. 7oc'.S1.500.Ea.yT.rm.. apac.. 5 pac'- frame In ,lake N' MH en | Acre furnished. SR 100w'
Motel' A Trailer Park-on 5 oc'.15.000, Easy Terms homes 1 extra hookup Butler, I 'R, 7 both. on 2 .!# < f& f furnished epertment en 301 70000.
tar several __
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of the best In town and Beautifulors with 28i. II home. workshop 3 car S acres. Owns. financed. acve corner lot CViCQ Y'F(. 301 200'* frenteg t lerge CB home.Kmgsley .
garage. Immaculate. lake .."'WI..d. house "
making money. !' 165.000 Iroker.Owner. Reg. Real E.tate Broke lot 10 x /30
Now booking fo WATERFRONT 2 slaty frame ham en. Income producing. property 1 largo home Madison I
.umm.r.:2BR: town Walnut SL I smell., home Perk Place toned
cottage orKmgsley Over on Commercial 1 $22.SOO.
200 .
frontage 0" Slack Creek 2 acv.s with 211 Tent of 301 North Trail Motel Lawtey Doll '
house-West ,
lake. frame hon.., QFPK6tLewtep -$9,000.Owner fin.
Tired of looking Let ui ..,tl.' hog "M 10 .:10 PM 120 OCtal ". hi end rellln' fenced S. cressfenced
356. 16 Con. II". house
Office 782.3031 .
build home with only 2 years old on Sampson church: Then .10..1 ANM..... owner financed $114.000.$5490Beeutlfvl .

o "Touch you a of new Class". Watch One Lake. ,Church (fallow.....). ....... ....... horn.. 782.38;e building.. lot Bet sent Rd.
acre on Crosby take In restricted or_. Broker _nor. +
for our Model Home ths DAY IVI. E WEEKENDS LAWTErPhu S 2 stery Mlnll ..... house E cottage-Walnut' St. Fwm,

Barcelona". al the Country COMMERCIAl 7 .3IM PI,.. STUCCO Home 311. Tiled STARK 9 .tere......rt ef Sterke-te lees.

Clubl I HOME WITH INCOM[. 1301 Searing SIR 2B CH4A low utilities
.... IoM Screened Porch. over
Large .Ic. station with remodeled offic. Equip. In- Over 1.100 It. CI. 3IR. 3.2 Acres home
s. trailer
cedd, 210' Hwy 301. 1.200 w ft. .. ; huge ,.r..., fish PO"d.
WI SILL THE EARTH-- FOR 2 Iottl FIREPLACE' PLUS financed. Country 1Iv1.... .
AND EVERYTHING ON IT frontage on Hwy Station pumps and $.2 Ac. with From. 900 sq. ft; efficiency on 36 Acre *$I6SO en acre fad
ton'" Includ.... Reduced to 145 000 flame St. Clair II. $......000 BIt
IN BRADFORD COUNTY CAll 6 Screened S.p.rpt.lets everslsed double. .r. I Ig. den
Evenings Hwy 301 North 150':200': lot with small con. bike blcIg. rooms. Both $24.000.318 IB i Pnstt ,
Ralph' P. Bryen Gr.o'Location "orch. 'EnACI. Prlvecy
CONTEMPOWY Name In $ 2.000. .let lOW s '''' Corner
BilL POWELL : erMdway ft Call.
Realtor 964-620S Mobil. .......
'orle.12 area included mobile' hones' ,
I. brick.
ffl R_ for Smell. BoMN quiet .IVOIborhood. Over New big. cda.fry hem*, flreelece. I acre i'
Wayne I. Dougle expansion 1.200 ft.3 BR. Tile Both. $11.000-696. '
, .. '2112 At. so I Ac $4500 aq. Ma/oawl.rg.1 '''rf*%
roker-elemn RIAITO } REAL ESTATE : "Ioy_. FHA Altwovod. $7.000. U-Hemten Oefcs-JJO"* Downer ,fln.&Js. ,
f. .Phone ,,,,.,,,, MOBILE HOME OR per At 10% Down Owner
BUILDING LOTS F"-'clng.. Hlway 200e. NaI Court. 13 ecre* Hwy Ml N ft Mergen Rd.. Owner fln.nY; E
j }*vld Oyel.1*** 1.1 '1\ acre Hwy 100 Good location. Good forma. + .etete en Eel. Oeneve severe! home $

? Phone 46S122SIrlckl 6You t H ocig0! .16 Ac. 1-4.800 UTUIING' Check this out. $37,100 lerg. ream. fmM heel walk orywh.,.. S"
".wef.. Associated Hampton Lof with well a septic. S3. 95. '" ., eau: + y 2.35 Au with well 118 1 lath JCltcfIon.LM $20.000. Dl".* MH 3M.U CH4A near horn :;,
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We heye other ens with low down payment E iron vh S. 225W ,CenwtenrJel fete Cell $..*.el .Ucetlen-Owner. ?
thly payments. 'W"t'I APECNIT!! 31S. 2 Bath, 41.500. tomblln .elder "hem "
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CHURCH CHURCH or ACTIVITIES GODs Sunday School buabMM Mrs. Frank Co a. After a brief 1amd: lf; of Wauahufa, wtre gbwU. eltheir'grandmother the 6t. Car Race*- .*:|._ City
meeting it was turned ''
over CJt Crews
10 a.m., Worship Services Elizabeth Tt ry MM. Speedway on Saturday night
11 a.m.and to .... COM who had
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting and YPE Program: who used charge the 78M800, on lunch.Saturday. They took her out to Miss Ada Heath of Savamalv, Ga.,
Wednesday at 7 p.m.EVERGREgN Titie spent a week with her brrthr-l *wand
Life of
Florence NlahUntaI.1The Mrs Wayne Hardee and children
BAPTIST sister, Mr. and jtilrs. ArifaiMtt..
: Sunday meeting adjourned after which were Monday overnight guests of her Mr. and Mrs. Hermfe 155SS-
School and( 10 7 a.m. Worship Services 11 luncheon) was served by the HoafceM, SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTISTt P2.sal City, Mr. and Mrs.: Bruce Boyer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Carter of ed the funeral of Angus KeUy BeUlbtf ft
a.m.. p.m.. Training Union 6p.m. Mlsa Swanbom assisted by Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Mrs; Cecil Wade and ton Bob Clay Hill.l Providence Village Baptist ChurcftjnProvidence
., Prayer. Meeting Wednesday at 7p.m. James White and Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Royal, of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs Harry Belch of on Fridays.Mr. .
FAITH BAPTIST Training Union 6:15: p.m., Prayer Livingston, of Ocala, and Mr. and Orlando and Mrs. Wordie Melton of and Mrs. Casey Dobbf and ber
: Radio Program HIGHLAND BAPTIST Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mf.. Michael Thompson of Runge Ocoee, spent Saturday with her son sister Mrs. Margaret X. of Jacksonville -
WPXR. Starke AM 1490. FM |M: 6s.m. School 9:43: a.m.. Worship Services Tfat met at the home o?Mrs. Pearl in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday afternoon gues( of
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m., a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting PERSONALS Boyer, of Fairfield on Friday and enJoyed Lonnie Teston. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs' parent
Worship Service II a.m. and i:3O Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and a Fish Fry. Lisa Mitchell returned home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
p.m.. Prayer Meltlllg Wednesday LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School Leonette and S.sgt and Mrs. Greg Terry Futch. of Jacksonville Beach after spending a week with her Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling
1:30 p.m. Pallor A.E. Massey.KACE 10a.m., Worship Services 118.m.and Dyal and sons spent the weekend at stopped by for a short visit with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Al visited their brother Mr. Norman
<; UNITED METHODIST 7 :30 p.m., Men's Prayer Meettng Disney World on June 10th. aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry) on Tues- Samorisky of Jacksonville.Mr. Starling, in Lakeland General
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship Tuesday night 7 p.m.,Prayer Meeting FredMooreJrotMiamispentsometime day on his way to Lake Wales. and Mrs. R.E. Altwater. of Hospital on Friday and were over-
Services 11 a.m. and Praise Service on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. with his mother. Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal and Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. night guests of his wife Mrs. Norman
at 1 p.m., Sunday Evening Service LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST; Sunday Moore Sr., on his way to North Leonette and their son and daughter- James Bowman went to Thomasville Starling while in Lakeland.
7 43 p.Jn.MY' School 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 Carolina. in-law Ssgt. and Mrs Greg Dyal and Ga., to buy some day lillies and also Mrs Burney Dobbs. of Jacksonville -
Sunday Evening at 8 p.m., a.m."and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Miss Elizabeth Terry returned sons went to Seaworld and Circus stopped at the Watermelon Festival spent Saturday afternoon-with
Wednesday p.m. Bible Study. Vacation Wednesday at 7 p.m., Pastor Charles home with her nephew Terry Futch World on Sunday. at Monticello, Fla.. on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Artie Dobbs.
Bible School June 25th through Starling. and sons, of Jacksonville Beach Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and Mr. Ode Dobbs and his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and her
29th 9 a.m. to 11:30: a.m. Rev. Don MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST Sun. day afternoon and stayed until Thurs- son/Tom Jacksonville,visited their Mrs Emmaline Dobbs spent Sunday sister, Mrs. Jean Biles, spent a week
Love is the new pastor with Mrs. Ann day School 10 a.m. Worship Services afternoon. mother Mrs. C.R. Crews brother
day on Sunday afternoon with his and sister- with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. II.V.JlinlOn. .
Love and 4 children. 11 a.m. and 7 Training Union 6 Mrs Fred Moore and Fred Jr. afternoon.
p.m. son .. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. of Beckley West Virginia.,
United Methodist Women met at the p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. Elder and Mrs. George Bayer of ;;"Mrr: and Mrs. Charles Harper and Henry Hodges and sons attended Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright."
church on Tuesday June 19th with 8 Pastor James Parrish. .
and Van of Eaton
Park the
members e ''
present with Miss Dorothy NOKTIISIDE BAPTIST Sunday 9f' weekend with their mother.Mrs
Swanbom as Hostess. Mrs. Wilma School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Wilma will
Wainwright. Kim and Van
Wainwright called the meeting to a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Community Newsby attend Bible School at the Methodist
order and with a Devotional led by on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. .",.. '. rhllr..h next week'
.; The Family; of Bryant Wilkinson
4- 'ers Tour Slaughter House Elizabeth G. Walker NfW llrlhcl Baptist Church Sun Evening Worship 7 p.m. held their Family Reunion at
I Phone 964S6H3Thankngiving 'day'SchooI9:3O: a.m. Afternoon No. 2 Antioch Missionary Baptist Highland Baptist Church on Sunday.
Choir will sing at First BaptistChurcJa Church Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 Those from out of town were: Mr. and
And Horse FarmThe Program In Gainesville at 2 p.m. Sun- p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. only. Mrs. WJ. Sweat and Mother Mrs.
Set Sunday day. Pleasant Grove United Methodist Rebecca Chesser. Mr. and Mm. John
Bradford 4-11 Meats Judging went to Bo-Bett Farms in Reddick. You are cordially Invited to a Kbtntter Baptist Church Prayer Church: Each Monday alf p.m. the Chesser, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wilkins
Team toured Jones-Chamblis Carol Parker owner conducted a Thanksgiving program which Is being meeting and Bible class Thursday 7 Young Adult Choir rehearses Prayer son and daughter, their son and wife
slaughter house In Jacksonville last tour of the horse facilities. An excellent sponsored! by the Concerned Citizensof p.m. Sunday School 9:30. Morning meeting Is set Wednesday of each Mr. and Mrs Owen Wilkinson of
Thursday, June 21. riding demonstration was Bradford County. This affair will Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship I week at 7 p.m. Bible Study is Thursday Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Harry
According to Charlene Howard given on the first commands and take place on Sunday,July 1, at 3 p.m. p.m.Sunday. at 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Baxley and their daughter and,
volunteer team coach 4-H'ers saw riding training. While 4-H'ers lookedat at Greater Freewill Baptist Church July I, 1979 Brother Horace Communion Sunday 3 p.m. granddaughters of Green Cove Spr
the difference in marbling betweenU.S. excellent foals Parker explainedthat which Is located on the corner of Ash Griffin will be ordained at 3 p.m. Aft. Morlah United Methodist ings.Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Redding
Prime. U.S. Choice and U.S. they were wormed monthly and and Chestnut Streets. There will be a banquet held in honorof Churcht Choir rehearsal for the adult of Ralford. !Mr.and Mrs. Virgil .riUiIJ
Good. The importance of Yield Grade brushed daily. We will give thanks to God for this the graduates of Ebenezer Baptist choir is held Wednesday before the and family. Mrs. Maines Griffis and
was stressed by plant staff and Attending were Claire Winkler, blessing of the Block Grant for the Im- Church. first Sunday in each month at 7:30 children Mr. and Mrs. Denny Grilfi
federal'graders. Mrs. George Winkler Shelly Raley, provement of our community. Vacation Bible School week la set p.m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Com- and daughter of Palalka. Mrs.
The 4II Meats Team will par- Mrs. Luther Raley. Kenny Plemons, Dr. Arnett Guardeau, a Jackson- July 2-0 from 3 p.m. to S p.m. We In- munion Service JI a.m. Robert Smith and daughter, Mrs. the state contest to be held Mrs. Barbara Gordon Melissa Gay ville dentist, and one State Represen- vite and encourage all to participate Greater Allen Chapel AMK: Church: Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Daisy Both
in July. Members on the tour were Deborah Phillips Mrs. Norman tative will be guest speaker. Your In this beneficial Christian affair. Dinners will be sold from the kitchen Miss Lynn Whaley, Mr.and IIIrll,Tom
Tony JVnderson. Kenny Howard Phillips Mike and Clifford Brunetti prescence will be greatly ap- Classes Include preschool adults. Saturday. Church conference was Whaley and'daughters of Tampa.
Sheila Anderson and Wayne Cribbs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brunetti, Tony preciated.Bible. There will be a Talent program held Tuesday by the acting pastor Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke of llcilbrnn,
Sheila and Becky Anderson Mrs. School Set July 16-20 next Sunday July 8. at 6 p.m. The Rev. W.H. Zanders. Sunday services Springs Mr. and !Mrs Karl Wilkrrson
Tuesday, June 19, 18 Bradford Jack Anderson and Lowell Parrish The Bradford County Christian MIs- public is invited to attend will begin with Sunday school at 10 and children !Mr. and Mrs David
County 4-H'ers. Leaders and parents 4-H Agent. sionary and Literary Society will Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist a.m. Communion Service 11 a.m. All Wilkerson Mr and !Mrs Leon Wilkerson -
sponsor a County-wide Vacation Bible Church Tiny tots rehearse each members are asked to cooperate with !Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones !Mrs.
School July 16-20 from 1-. p.m. daily Monday at 6:30: p.m. Senior Choir all activities of the church for suc- Tommy Wilkerson and ,'hildre'n.Ii'll.! .
I Raiford Holiness Revival SetThe A Vacation Bible School parade willslart rehearses Monday at 8 p.m. Prayer cess. Linda Fay Crawford and children ,
from the Church of God and Meeting is set Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Church of God In Chrlnt: Sunday !Mrs Polly Prevail. Mr. James Griffis. -'
Christ and will circle the community The Circles meet Wednesday at 7:30: School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship Rev. and Mrs Willard. Mr. and''
Raiford Holiness Revival Ambassador's from Homeland. Fla. from 6:30-7:30: : p.m. July 15. All activities p.m. McKay's Circle at Mrs. Leola 11:30: with Minister Dewey Taylor in !Mrs. Randall Wilkcron. and family'
<'o tel:will be starting a revival Monday will be singing at the Raiford Com- for the school will be carriedon McCutchen. Blye's Circle at Mrs. charge. YPWW 5:30: p.m. with Sister and Mfr and Mrs Bryant Wilkerami. ,
night July 2, and continue munity Center.A in the Church of God In Christ Lillian Griffin Lee's Circle met at the Jimmy Thomas In charge. Tuesday Bill Wilson was the hitsel for a.
I hfough. .Friday night, July 6.Thgi'Cvival free chicken dinner will be served Pine Street. church. Story Hour Is set Thursday at Bible Band at 7 p.m. Friday Prayer Bachelor Party for the Wedding Par?
beginning at 6 p.m. Singing will immediately 6 p.m. Junior Choir rehearses Fridayat and Pastoral Teaching at 7:30: p.m. ty for Desso Foreman on Friday I
: will begin each night at follow dinner. Everyone is Three in One" 6:30 p m. The Junior Ushers Board Free Canaan True ('hurch of God In night t
7:1u:: p.m. Invited to attend these two services On July 4, we will celebrate our will meet Saturday. The Deaconesseswill Christ: Prayer Band Meeting Mon. Ray Wilson went lit Satellite Ht'iic-h
Sulurday night, July 7, the Christ and worship the Lord with us. Society Anniversary, present a sell dinners Saturday from the day at 6 p.m. Tarrying Service on Monday and visited Raymond Me-
graduation memento to Horace Griffin kitchen. The Little Church will meetat Wednesday at 7 p.m. Friday Church Callister until Thursday
one of our members and a short 5:30,Saturday. Sunday Is pastoral service at 6 p.m. Derron McClellan. of Vldnliu. (;a .
program will be held from 6-8 p.m. at day. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morn- Sunday School Convention begins was a dinner guest of his grand
I Obituaries 'New Bethel Baptist Church. Recreation ing Worship 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30: p.m. Saturday. June 30. through July 1. parents. Mr. and Mrs\ 1 McClvlUm.
and refreshments will be includ Evening Worship 6 p.m. Cooperation is needed from all Mr and Mrs. Russell Miscully and
ed.The The First Born Church of The Uv- members.The sons Runs and Greg recently returned
monthly meeting of the Con- ing God: Each Friday, 6:30: p.m. Bible Church of Prophecy 1114 Oak home after a week's trip to the
.'illlalll :\1. lclllf.hman,31. Alice June larding.: cerned Citizens will be held Thurs- Study Friday 7:30: p.m. Tarrying Street;: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Smokey Mountains Washington Colonial -
Mr William M. (Billy) Doughman Miss Alice June Harding age 83. of day, June 28, at 7:30: p.m. in the Service Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. Evening Worship Williairutburg and other ulinic- f
age :II!> of Rt. 1 Starke died Friday Atlanta. Ga.. died suddenly at her cafeteria of R.J.E. All interested Woship ll30 a.m. yrCW 6 p.m. 6:30 p.m. tires a
morning. He was an Army veteran a home Saturday morning June 23. citizens and members are invited. ;

nicmher of the Baptist Church, and Born in Atlanta, Georgia., July 16, The membership drive in continu- ,.. '. i N NI'I
Man employed hv (Owens Joist Sleel I .Jngjqr new nrfmbers. )1K44 pccopr| ;. -' .... t. ,
Mill t>f Starke. 1'1) Mft3tv9: J>:5ft. l eft'tr6Jo lr gvtnglopAtTarteteiiif tAd J.ri: I(''membership, .you: can help.: 'ttt; '':" !! .rr" =. .Yl1 .
Sturke area since |19! :>6. coming here f\arding\ was employed as a super. American Legion Post 314 will meet ;'. f
from Miami. visor for the Western Union Tuesday, July 3, in New Bethel annexat '.
Survivors! include wife. Bonnie. 3 Telegraph Company was a member 8 .m. ::
daughter. Elaine. Venus and BobbieJo of the Morning Side Baptist Church All members are invited to attend. :.
till of Starke: mother and step- and a member of the Zeta Beta Chi The Auxiliary will meet at 6 p.m. and '. ,
in I her. I\Jr.llnd Mrs John II. HouekofSlarko. Sorority. the Legions will meet at 8 p.m.
2 KilersIrs.\ Carole Malhis. Survivors include her parents Mr.. -.
Lake City and Mrs! Julia Gaston! of and Mrs. Thomas B. Harding. Sr. of Miss Sandra Cuffee the daughter of '.
IA'('. .Kl.i.. ; and grandmother.! Starke: and I brother. Thomas B.Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Lenwood Cuffee Sr.. a
.Inmc Davis I of Gainesville. .Jr. of Odenton Maryland. native of Starke, and member of the --..
"Kunoral services were held Monday Funeral services will be held at 3:30: Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist )
.lime/ 2::>> at :2 P.M. In the DeWilt C P.M. Tuesday in the DeWitt C. Jones Church, has just completed an :;
Jones ('hllllt'l| l with Rev I..ney ('(lnway "'unerall1ome Chapel in Starke with Associate In Science Degree from :: I'!
olficiating.interment followed in Rev. Ben P. Bryant officiating. Inter Daytona Beach Community Collegein
Keystone llcinhls Cemetery with ment will be in Crosby Lake Daytona Beach. She will later attend
DC\\ilt (' Jones Funeral Home in Cemetery. the University of Central Florida
where she will attain her Bachelor in
t1l..1t1"f.:! Science Degree In Business Administration .::.

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I : Gas Still Going Up ; NoImmediatlEndmSijzlitf. : ;;t. .'v "
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Ii. As gasoline prices continue to rise gas from other suppliers for a few Hurst has been cut, jfe to an gas and ptt7"everything:; we ain't" "., ''I m.:,:
{. ) .and talk of shortages continue to weeks. but finally gave up because he allocation of 70 ) : 0fff14pmountof got no problems" tho attendant says.
spread Starke gasoline distributors couldnt' get any. He says he hasn't Prices at the pumps have continued
and station owners say they see no tried to buy any gas other than that the gasoline he reetvftd'fct June of to rise. in the last few weeks in Starke
Immediate end to the problem.. which be is allocated by Shell In two 1978. Since be can percentof so that the highest. priced unleaded In
"1 don't look for any improvement months.
," says John Torode of Tor-ode "Diesel's light and gasoline's the amount of gas he void in June of town costs 93.9 cents per gallon at '
Oil Co.. distributor for Shell Oil Com tight says Gulf distributor Freeman last year he only make about 70 per- Crawford's Fins and Crawford' :
. pany.Torode. RegisterjI1 cent of the amount be made/.last yearon Phillips 66, according to a reading of > "GULA
, disagrees with those who Insist gasoline sales. .' ? gas pump prices Monday. Lowest .
I there is no real gas shortage. He Register says Gulf Oil Co. hasn't "If I break even this month I'll be priced unleaded Is at Tenneco, where '
i' says Ulk of ships loaded with oil and told him of any let-ups In the shor lucky," he says. .' it sells for 77.9 cents per gallon. _
waiting outside harbors is nonsense. tage.
"The whole thing is a crude shortage "Do you believe they serve One station owner says be doesn't regular is at, Crawford's _
snowcones in hell" one customer know more about the shortage Highest _
Torode any
.t says
.1. He says oil production in Venezuela quickly replied upon hearing questions than anyone else, but it seems to himpeople Phillip ee.The priced at 89.9 regular cents 77.9 per _
'1.' has dropped 30 percent recently of whether there really Is a shortage are getting accustomed to paying gallon. cheapest $$1
cents .gallon Is at Tenneco. _
1; I while production in Iran has dropped or not. high prices, just so they get gas. per station and attendants -
i : 50 percent. As supplies decrease, oil "I.aUII. haven't found the first r'I don t think many of them look at Many seem perturbed owners at the steadily _
", I producing countries charge more for the price" says J.S. Sbuford. '
1 crude oil, therefore oil companies customer who believes there is a shore The Tenneco station on 301 is not increasing prices, but explain they j : ,'.

'. \ have to pay more. tage," says Shell station owner Carl' selling gas on Mondays and can't do anything tho stop the in _____ ,
Torode says he tried to get extra Hurst Wednesdays, but "Ve got plenty of creases. They say they raise. their d. 7'
prices only when the company raises : : ::
their prices."I 'How do you afford buy gas that car?" this woman was asked.: "Youdon't I
:1 Certificate Of Dtposits think we should charge Saudi afford It. You Just do it anyway."
: 8.903% a Arabia $27.50 for a bushel of wheat"
i one station manager says. "That's
30 To 89 5%
.Days what for oil. That
they charge new
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Paid On 6 Month Money < Local Farmers Hard-Hit by .
MarketCettiflcates 90 Days lol Yr.- 5%% wheat would be new to them.

Thru June 28 10,000 Mln 1 Vr To 30 Mb.-6'% The In Telegraph Starke staying found open only 24 one hours station a Independent. Trucker's Strike
Investment July 4th 30 McvTo4Yrs. day. The station Is 301 Gulf at 301 and -
Madison Street. Gulf Distributor
They Are Subject To e/ % Freeman Register says the station Area farmers say they are being hit hauling'45,000 pounds of melons at 2

Penalises. Money 4 yrs. 7% % will probably continue to stay open 24 hard by the Independent trucker 1/2 to 3 cents a pound brings about;
bou.... He says it has a large fuel strike and rising fuel prices. Truckers $1,125 to $1,350."They're .
Withdrawn Before assbook allocation: due to a high volume of are staying home striking and just rotting in the fields,"

Maturity Draws ..Iealalt year and a sales increase of crops are in the fields rotting. Hamilton says.
rate greater than 10 percent in the last few "We're staling to pack what the Area grocery stores don't seem]' to
Regular months of 1978. Register says a farmers are growing in the fields" be affected by the trucker strike yet
Passbook government regulation allows stations says Pat Parnell who works at the and store managers say they're con-
I Rate Less, 5Y4; % with a noticeable increase In American Vegetable Co-op packing cerned that it could become a problem -
business in late 197S and early 1979 to plant in Lake Butler. "We can't get but so far everything is.'. all'
90 Days Eff ottv receive a larger allocation: than they any trucks in." right.
Interest, July 1 would normally receive. The few trucks that do come In are "We aren't having any problems;;"
hauling for chain stores, Parnell,says. Food Fair's manager said. "A lot of
trouble with times our company trucks carry produce
convenience sell "We re having consignment -
Some stores are
h ing gas most of the day while others loads that go up north" from the" packing plants .to the..
fellow worker Ben Allen warehouses.
unable to says
are get
any gas.
The So few trucks are coming in that on- Most large grocery chains, own
Handy Way store on SR-16 just
fleets of trucks which deliver goods
ly the best produce is being haul-
west of 301, sells gas from 8 a.m. to 2a.m. very
from warehouses to stores so as long
ed the
from packing plant.
.. don't sell
FARMERS & DEALERS They gas on "Starting today we will be throwing as there Is plenty 01 food In the
Walk-In Bank Mrs.9OO Wednesdays and have a S7 purchase
Drive In Hours limit. away everything but large peppers warehouse there should be plenty of;:
food in the stores. :
For Your Convenience To 2 The LIT Champ store on 301 in Allen says. ""
: 'a.m. p.m. : We haven't felt anything so far,
BAN K Starke hasn't had any' gas for two Large peppers sell for about $6 per
7:15: a.rh. To 4:00 p.m. Mon Thurs. Mon Thurs weeks a clerk She she has box, while small and medium pepperssell says one of the assistant managers ofWinn }
says. says
Since Dixie in Bradford Square shopping -:
for about $3.50 box. :
7:15: a.m. To 8:00: p.m. Friday Ol Lake Butler' 9:00: To 2:00: p.m. notified the company office in they can't haul but so per much, farmers center. ;
Jacksonville that she's out of but
Bas W. Main 81. gas
Closed Sat 4:00: p.m. To 6:00: p.m.. Fri. nothing has been done. are sending those which .bring the "It's coming in OK"still.getting:,.
406-2101 Member FDIC most plenty a spokesman for Wlnn: Pix..i;
"It is busfnes she money.
hurting our
Closed Sat. sure le's '
warehouse in Jacksonville
Growers with other crops are losing says
says. money because they can t get trucksto "We're experiencing some delays
haul their crops either. but we've got plenty of merchandises.In ,

"Oh man, we ain't doing nothing.We the stores." -.*.'..,"."..".': ,
haven't really done anything In

How issLi'TMoessave the last five days. It's gonna hurt all .:;
ne of us," says Jimmy Hamilton of i,
Brooker. He loads his watermelons at .
the warehouse In Brooker. ':
250/0 onelectricl Jerry Whitehead says he's having The shark has been described''
up to trouble too. one of "nature's vacuum cleaners." ;'
"I've been trying for a week to get a Soft drink bottles, tin cans. '.
.x truck. I finally got one today," magazines old clothes, anchors boat
Whitehead says. "This is a bad time propellers, lead sinkers, and logs
for them to go on strike..these things have been found in shark stomachs,
won't last forever." the National Geographic says.

.Whitehead people will ,,want
melons for the Fourth of July and If '. .' -.

they don't get them out by then "we'llbe ,
"XAPL1 doomed".
: An area broker says growers he
represents in Bradford and Union
counties have lost about 75 or 80 One jump can launch a grasshopperabout
truckloads of watermelons becausenot 20 times the length of its body '
enough trucks are hauling out of says National Geographic .Worldmagazine t. .
the loading docks in Brooker. A truck ,

The Higher--EfficiencyHeat Pump.

..J. Crime Report .J; I

iJ' Doughman Dies In KeystoneThe rested have arrested a 28-year-old:.

What makes a Watt-Wise"1 hdm a Watt- body of a 39-year-old Starke Hampton man for breaking into the.'

Wise home? A higher-efficiency hear' pump, man was found Friday morning lyingneal" convenience brother store was last where seen alivein hit'murdered :
brother's in the
., for one thing. his grave 1975. : >;; :

CcNDm0PIE0 It's a device that'heats your home when it's Keystone Bradford Cemetery.County Sheriff's investigator Timothy Kirchaine remaitis.In'county )

cold, cools your home when it's hot. It does said there is no reason to jail charged June 21 '-with
AIRTO "E criminal mischief and burglary st m'mlng -:
r. everything a standard air conditioner can do suspect anyone else was involved in .
HOt.J1 from the break-in at the ZippyMart
the death of William M. Doughman.An .
but costa lot less to
'A a run. the of
on US-301 at intersection
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empth prescription was
You see, in order,to heat the average home, found in Doughman's car and other SR-18 near Hampton. Bond of$3QOtf: .
;1,(w, thc,standard air conditioner with electric Information, seemed to indicate has been set in the case. :f ;'$;; :
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'I .. About $1,000 worth of food'ltemsswere
strip heating has to actually heat all,the air suicide.
'' inside the house And that takes quite a bit ofelectricity. Family problems and the 1970 venience reportedly stolen from the" ,.wni.:,;?> : .
shooting death of, his brother in store : :
Gainesville have contributed to Keith Kirchaine Tomolhey's'brother ::
HEAT ,But the higher-efficiency heat pump simply, his despondency may, authorities conclud: : ,was shot to death by a robberof
gathers the heat that's in the outside air and ed. that convenience store In 10973 The

AB50R0EPHEAT IN OUfDOOR) UNIT HEAT pumps it inside the house. In the summer it An autopsy was ordered and the 'when 16-year-old the armed was visiting robbery with took the place clerk
body was taken to Alachua General
the heat that's inside the house
WIN1EA REJECTED INDOOR gathers four years ago. He was taken hostage
IN WINTER and? pumps itout'The result: kiwer elec. from the store and found dead about
COIL Slasher Gets Years miles beside the highway.
trio bills winter and summer. 10 three away
Circuit Court Judge Osee Fagan ad- Kenneth Griffin was found guilty of
O 'iIi:::::: T meet FPU recommended Watt. ded 10 more years to the sentence of a that robbery murder and sentenced to
O O O o Wise standards, a heat pump must' prison inmate after the 22-year-old death in 1979. .
have cop heat of '.
INB9uM : a ( rating) 2.5 man was convicted of slashing a "
anj an EER (cool rating) o(7.5. guard with a razor blade. Drug Arrest Nets Five
p: : :: o 1'1' r
O O O O :: ,". Of Robin Michael Orosz was'already After an informant purchased, ;
t0:: O course, thehighertheratingREJEC.TED
: cI: : serving 35 years for a robbery com marijuana on the streets of Reno.
G7 t0 C7>> ;' the lower yiHir dollar number. mitted in Duval County when he was .Bradford Sheriff's deputies arrestedfive
IN O:> cJ: ca 0 But'a hijjher-efficIency heat (' 17 years old. Orosz was convicted of Starke residents for sale.,ad
0000 0 O O ct cJ: o: .' Just one of the ,many features of a Watt. aggravated battery' of Correctional possession of the illegal weed.
SUMMEROUTDOOR Others include Officer Michael Davis in April. Free on their own recognizanceafter
JVWise.home. can an energy Fagan ''also sentenced inmate being arrested were Carlos
0000 KI.t saving water heater, proper insulation, James Sparks 27, for possession of Ford 31; Bobby Jean Martin, 37;' I
O k treated glass and more efficient appliances.Ask \ marijuana. The two-year sentence Ronald Parrish. 34; Nita Thompson, f
O: J lour builder to show >\HI how a certified will be served concurrently with a 51. and Calvin Whitfield Jr., 21: I
30-year term for robbery of a jewelry Residents of the northeast section:
\ nt Wis home can save xi to 25% on
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O 0000 O O INDOOR. UNIT story in Pensacola. *v. of SUrke had reportedly complainedto
electricity. Or pick up a V6 ut-Wik Living the sheriff's department that marijuana !

folder at >\iur FPL office, (:"'t' Timothy Kirchalne Arrested' was being sold openly on.he,

cOl L CO MPRf5 oe. The Wut-Wisc Living home. It costs a little. Bradford County deputies have arFThiYS '" streets.. .;,

more'nazi; but in the long run it costs a wholelotless.7 "Nickel bags" were' purchased
from the suspects contain
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Marvin Tyson,the slashing tailback
who earned Class MA First Team Ail
rushing season for Bradford Sa M1 COUNTY TIMES, AND LAKE REGION MONITOR '
School l last year, has finally; < June 26. 1179
upon a chance to prove he's not too t
small (at.7, 168) to day college foot

ball.Saturday, less than two weeks
before the deadline for signing college [

roofs scholarships.State University Tyson got,word a major'from cof-IK:t 4 ; UC9s Dillow Made Some "Good Friends"In ;

lege in Normal Illinois that they ,
wanted to sign'him to a four yea?' c tv'x .
scholarship: '';, i'; Prep All-Star Baseball Contest
". waa just about to register at ,
Sante Fe (Community College).I was -
really surprised when they called. ; Lake Butler's Toby Dillow came field In the game, "Just about every grand slam to win It. I was playing
said the BUS.graduate, a quiet and 4q Sri back from last Thursday's North- one of those guys has already signed left field and just watched that thing
reserved fellow off the field who was a South High School baseball game (with the pros or a college)and been sail. He hit it about 380 feet.
bundle of tailback energy in pads, a (won by the South 8-3 in Orlando's drafted."
"They were one of the colleges that Tinker Field) with some new friend- The North practiced twice after
wrote me in the Spring and Coach i ships and admiration for the players "They didn't let me pitch but they Dillow arrived early Wednesday mor-
Nurse sent them some films the last i1: he played with and against In the all put me in left in the third or fourth In- ning. "We just took some batting
week of school. They called me again star. contest. ning." said Dillow without much practice and a lot of Infield. Man,they
in June and talked it over and told me 'It.... sad to leave those guys,we trace of disappointment, "I got up one had some guns(rifle-arms the out
for sure Saturday." Marvin Tyson will test his evasive moves against college competition at Illinois ,sat iround and talked for.awhile and I time. I grounded out to the second field with me." Wednesday night was
Tyson said the only obstacle in the State University. made a bunch of friends.' said the recent baseman but I was right on the ball." early-tC bed, with another practice
,way of a continued football career Is a Union High School graduate who The outcome didn't seem Importantbut session Thursday, a pro-game meal
routine physical. "They're best running back was expelled some life In the offense" with an earned his spot In the annual classic pillow had one of the best seats in at 4 p.m. and the game at S p.m at the
:. Marvin led the Tornado offense from school and they only have I-Formation attack That style fits in with a 34-10 career pitching record the house for the hit that one the Spring training home of the MInnesota
with his rushing the last two years, one runner back." he said. The with Tyson's ability and likes. but who saw 3.3: Innings of work In left game. "Their (South) catcher hit a Twins
running for over 700 stripes as a 'Birds, who haven't had a winning *'l think staying healthy Is the main
junior before busting out with his gridiron season since 1975 play in thing I'll have to do." Tyson said
school record total in last Fall's 8-3 Division I along with Alabama, USC; when asked the secret to college foot.
BUS campaign. That yardage total and the rest of the super powers but ball success discounting the rap that Title
won him All Area and then All State they're schedule Is split almost even his size will hinder him, "I've been life ,,, League Hopes Vanish
.acclaim but didn't seem convincing ly between tough small college teams ting weights and running and should ,
.f; enough to college coaches until 1SU and lower echolon majors like Ball be up to about 175 for next year." ,
came knocking. State, Tennessee-Chatanooga, and Practice opens August IS on the campus :As Post 202 Drops 5 Straight
The Redbirds are in need of help Southern Illinois. One preseason of the 19,000 student school :
.. S after last year's 2-9 show and running assessment of Illinois State says located near Peoria.Marvin said he'll I"1,
back is one position they're looking third-year coach Charlie Condrey is probably be working towards an }
for strength Tyson says. vowing"to score some points and get economics degree when school starts. Keystone Height! American Hagglund held the hosts In check, rI
J Legion Baseball team's hopes to again proving to be Keystone's stopper
chase first place Deland were dealt a In recent weeks. Another good
( crushing blow last week as post 202 sign was the lack of,any fielding errors
kicked away five' straight games for Keystone I
before salvaging the second half of a pS
w doubleheader at Lake City Tuesday *.>".,". saw..ass

\ night In to keep from dropping' below IM.Gry ......-,#.II.) ,._"'. /..1MHrJax
,500 league play
The Keystone team ended the week
with an 8-8 league record and 1S-12-1
overall mark after a 7-3 league start. 233ll-KHt
'fI Deland, with just two losses entering Post 233 bashed Keystone 11-1 In the
Tuesday's games had soared nearlyout first game of Saturday's disappointing
V of reach while Jacksonville's twinblll in Jacksonville.
Posts 233 and 137,who swept twinbills Four KH pitchers were knocked
from KH, moved into second and around by the Jax batten who ended k
third. the rain-delayed game after Cr
Keystone's top of the fifth. r
Lake City 2.Keystone 1(9) The local team grabbed a 1-0 lead
Five errors and a costly wild pitch over the home aide in the second
H cost pitcher Clark Stovall the win frame with Shawn Prichard earningthe n
although he tossed a nine-Inning three Initial score. Prichard.Keystones
; 'ra hitter against the hosts. hottest hitter, cracked a double to "
\ The lefty hurt himself in the third lead off the Inning and moved to thirdon ..
I ;: ......,*.? .- .*, "*!fex Inning when he wild pitched the tieingrun Bob Hemme's sacrifice fly Sam L-4 -,,I" '''
\ home and three errors In a four Sibley then bounced an infield '" ; ,
batter span in the ninth Inning hand- grounder and Prichard's hard slide ..s !
; ed Lethe extra-inning win, markingthe home seperated the catcher from the -
} ro7i rn + fifth straight loss lor KH. A high throw for a 1-0 KH advantage. From Post 202's Shawn Prichard klrfcrd
throw home from third base allowedthe that point on it was all Jacksonville.The the ball out of the catcher's glove\ to t
1 winning run to cross. team Including Jacksonville score on this play and continued to be 'I
Keystone: had just four hits Itself in University Christian (state IA Kilt onl during Ihe

tinning, od.scored enhfrln the ee r,,., ben, .+ Ula.\'el'A..11 !.Oafr r.Pmtrtr: h w- .. ,-1 ,II i
when sh Pilchard
doubled home Chuck Dickinson, who

V; a had display walked.of Even Keystone's Prichard's recent hit woes was Scouts, 6 Teams at Diamond Tourney This WeekendThree

F-1 00- 133" Wheel Base as they\ hot-hitting Keystone High
''player was picked off rounding se out of town teams, two North Florida League opponents, and a handfulof
302 cond. pro and major college baseball scouts will converge on Keystone's Joel Bryan
V-8 Post 202 threatened in the ninth Inn Field for this weekends 2nd annual Post 202 American Legion baseball tourna
15 MPI City ing on singles by Bob Hemme and ment.
GaugesPower Chuck Dickinson with one out but failed The event starts off Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. and will feature almost continuous
to take the lead. baseball through Sunday afternoon's finals. Heading the field are the
Steering Hemme was two for three In the defending champions, Tallahassee Post 13-a team rolling along with a 16-3
22 MPG U" game,Dickinson 1-3,and Prichard 1-4 record, along with the league leader and defending titlist In the North Florida
Knit Vinyl Seats' IlIil.mJ.II with his RBI. Legion League-Deland,a 15-4 ballclub at last notice. Rounding out the expandedsix
team format are: host Keystone Post 202, Gainesville's Post 16, Miami Post
T2604 Reg. '5925 __ *I..MM.I4I 31,and Athens Post 20(the team which hosted Keystone for a tourney earlier this
a.e..CIttr MIMCMI-III .
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Tallahassee returned just three players from their title-winning' 78 team but
Keystone 10.Lake City(II) that inexperience hasn't hurt In the won-lost department so far. Tourney Coor-
8810$502500i. In a game shortened to five inningsby dinator John Grim noted that the panhandlers top pitcher Terrell Parham,
:,! .: the lo-run) rule Post 202 vented recently signed with Georgia Southern and listed center fielder Steve Milliard
and Steve Lastowski as their top batsmen.
some of its frustrations and upped its
i. shrinking batting averages against Deland, Gainesville ((12-13 at press time), and Athens ((6-1%) are familiar faces
.l Lake City In the nightcap. to Keystone players and fans. KH split games with Deland's league frontrunnersthis
BFORB Stopping five game losing habit year and whipped Gainesville three out of four times In league action. Post
the locals clubbed out eight hits while 202 handled Athens in the Georgia tournament but Grim previews Athens as t
; winning pitcher Carl Hagglund ran "supposedly a better ballclub than they were earlier in the season." The
lImmI.. his team-best mound mark to 4-1 with Georgians are led by catcher-center fielder Ryan Young and speedy second
:: p eJlprrrlafl'S> an abreviated two-hitter.Bob Hemme baseman Craig Myers and count Phillip Luthl and Tate Silcox as their top two i
smashed a 350 fool homer for two runs pitchers.Miami.
llli YIf'ltaLsm ; .. and was two for three,Grady Bostickwas Post 31 is only 2-7 after being billed as a tough club In the pre-season. ,
also two for three with four runs Their'top' hitters are Rudi Martinez and Donnie Blair and top pitchers Manny
batted in,Toby Dillow had two hits in Juerta, Frank Marero and sophomore Bart Bishop ((2.IS ERA)I. Grim said their I if.{*
four trips, Keith Northrup was one for strength is up the middle defensively with catcher Orland Oropesa shortstop (
two with two ribbies, and Richard Carlos Pasqual. and second baseman Eddie Casonava. 1
McDavid was one for two with an RBIin Opening day games are Athens-Deland at 3 p.m. Gainesville-Miami at 5:30;
the 202 celebration. ana Tallahassee-Keystone at 8. The Saturday schedule has KeystoneMiamiwaking
Dillow's leadoff single put him up early for a 9:30: game Athens-Gainesville at 11:45: Tallahassee- ,
aboard for Hemme's line shot homerin Gainesville at 2. Miami-Deland at 4:15: Tallahassee-Deland 6:30': and Keystone '
Oittii the first. Keystone tripled the Athens at 8.
margin with four more scores in the Teams will be bracketed together Sunday with the clubs with the worst two ,
third as Bostic doubled home Hemme records meeting at 10 a.m. Numbers three and four play In a second game, and ;
1 and Chuck Dickinson and Northrup's the winningest teams through the first two days collide for either one or two j \
1 two-bagger plated Bostlc and games Sunday afternoon. I
r McDavid. Four more tallies were
, -I TI 'chalked up in the fourth frame. Tommy ,
Honour was hit by pitch, Dillow game with a two out run on two hits in for Keystone and pitchers Bostick and ,
load led, and Dickinson was walked to the bottom of the second Inning. A Carl Hagglund as 233 sent six runners t' .,
the bases for Bostlc. who again rain storm then came In to delay the .< delivered a two-score hit. Dickinson game for the better part of an hour the first out was recorded. Two \ \
I scrambled home when Lake City after KH had been set down In the doubles three single, and a walk did ,
: tried to pick Bostic off first and third and upon resumption of play 233 the damage against the recently Ineffective -/ ,
McDavid's infield single gave Grady took the lead quickly. KH moundsmenv \
his ticket home.FURNITURE. A four run third inning rally knocked Prichard was 2.21n the game,singling .,. I
7288 KH starter Toby Dillow out of the and moving into scor: position fi I
1979 box and 233 sent reliever Scott Allen In the fourth before being doubled up ;
F-150 Ranger REFINISHING back to the dugout after three straight at second base. I''i
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.\ The first week of practice for be competitive In the tournament it Eckdahl,and Dwin Home.
n. : .\., Keystone's Dixie Youth Minor will be the result of the boys stickingtogether "Right i now we need Jmi. ovsment tIn
The Keystone Recreation Auocla- i League All Star baseball team is and..playing at a team not as au Ireaof oallptoy and.?,?,,, Jy, ,
lion' Minor League All Stan: lint i'f.., : quickly coming to a clem and IrKbvtduak. the 'hard work during the mist sftiw
. row. left!.rtfM. .taee E IL.ahl.Don : manager Larry Horne says his team! Nine year old Aaron Stanley and 10 days will help us become a K.IkI.
I John :\\CanoullI.! Doug Curler still needs a lot of work before UM year ow Dwin Horne head up the hitting team-oriented contender." Horne
JJMMI Jennings David llorne. Paul I first district tournament game in on the team with regular....-on concluded.
AkrMftr Tom ">y. Chris Allen.Strom Mlddleburgh on July. batting averages of .Tie and .62
d row.1. to r..Tim Strickland.Mjrk "Our first game (against Orange respectively Other players on the ".
\Valralh. Dwin llorne. Sam r Park Bel-Med American Leagued team with season averages of better
tardnrr. Alan Kelly. Keith Combat*. 4 tan) is very Important." Horne than .400 include 10 year olds Tim "We don't get to know::
K-rrrll "...1011. Aaron Stanley. ., said "I understand they have a verygood Strickland and Mark Walrath and people when they come to;:
team and Its going to take a eight year old David Home. ui; we mutt go to them to
I,....... '.;, ,. I team effort for us to come out on top. The pitching corps was expected to find out what they are like.".
"''h "We're emphasizing the team concept be selected from Mark Walrath. Paul Goethe
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Senior Boys 2-2 in Tifton* Georgia' to Place 8th in 15-Te mer

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The Starke Stan (Senior Boy) going out of that inning," said coach ajainst the Fitzgerald, Ga. Buck; *. Johnson .558; Kevin Tillman ..MS naments. U>cal oktm NfeOriff listed would put them to a uap.m. .....
travelled to Tifton, Ga. Friday and Jerry McGrtff. "That was our only The Stars lost 1110. Mike Jackson .984; and Chuck as probable entrant* arc LWCI, Nor- The fti tJJI8fNd@W.t "" ".
Saturday, June IS and 17, for the Tif- bad inning. The Stars dropped that "We had Just one good inntn&: ft we Johnson .500, contributed offensively. Uwide Baptist and Ktaastey Lake Gay of ....,* ad Ray's fromWaldo
ton Senior Boys Tournament winning game 236.McGMH. had played that way the wnofi .gjtttte The Starke Senior Boys club will be Baptists coupe of Writ year old ,, M wen as pre MMJcftMMyTimberjacfc .
two games and as they got Ms bunch up tor Saturday we'd have won the game" McOftffsaid. in action this weekend at a pre-41h of teams from Georgia may also com and Cracfctrs, and a
finished eighth out of fifteen team*. morning's game with Albany, July tourney In Macclenny before ..... Already in the draw are couple learns from Jacksonville and
The first game proved to be the Ca.. and the Stan whipped them 12-1. The team totaled 55 hits In 107 trips hosting! their own tournament at Turners Electric and Kustom Karr of Lake City.
toughest as the Stars faced Fitzgerald Saturday evening's game victory to. the plate, for a .514 team average. Starke Westslde Field July 68. Green Cove Gainesville,and the
Ga.'s senior boys. Fit over defending Tennessee State Jeffery Norman wa*the top batter, Stars Coach Jerry McGriff said he'. Swampers of Middleburgh.
zgerald's team was first runner-up In Champs,Johnson City Tenn.senior going 8-10 with four homers. AI Chap looking to fill a 10 team field with his The Stan open play In Macclenny:
the national championship last year. boys gave the Stars a boost as they man added a&9. .667 batting average ballclub playing only if necessary. Saturday morning at against the The Leaning Tower of Pita
"The score was five to three going came out of that one 11-9. performance while Marcus Cnice.583 Proceeds will help fund traveling for Macclenny Wrecking Crew. If they has tipped an additional
Into the fourth Inning and 20 to three The last game was Saturday night. with a HR; Steve Griffis .571; Chub the Sr. Boys to post-season tour- win the'U play again at 11:30, a loss foot In the lilt century.


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Businessmen:2nd Behind Jax Team In Keystone Softball TournamentStarke's .

;: Businessmen Matt Hull had 3 HR's and a .500 ed by n'Ja.I'-I., for eight, and John Ramsey three for
1 1i 1l cold place behind Coastal Brake of average Doug Jones bit .0(0 and Fred Wheeler had five hits In seven at six with.a homer RandaU Thomas
:1 Jacksonville in a 10 team slow path Jackson Prevatt an even .500. bate, including a homer and three blasted a three run shot to bring the I
softball tournament In Keystone last The Misfit. were topped by Master runs batted in; Mark Graudons also Misfits. within a run in the second:
weekend. Craft of Jacksonville H and then edg wa five for seven Uoyd Gilpin five game loss.
: The Businessmen the second- .
ranked team in the Starke Men's
:. Open League won five of six contorts
to take second prize while Coastal
swept to the crown undefeated. Two PAGES
locals, the Misfits. of Starke and CLASSIFIED
, l' ( Miller Buick of Keystone were kayoed
t after two games in the deubl. -
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R'Jays of Gainesville managed just
\ one hit off SB pitcher Steve Thomas

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Guynn's Grocery 18-18 Saturday .;.t.ti .tr
before falling to Coastal 7-11 in the 'i ,. ara
L d rs.n winner's bracket final staying alive :", -I' Y : .. -.
\ IMS over Gulnn's, and then finally be- S ;: :
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Time I day afternoons finals. "
Coastal's win came behind pitcher J ,.;
The Lawtey Ranger and the Larry Suits, who rapped 3 homers ::;. '
Phillies packed the stands for the with 10 RBI's, and Les Lordahl, who' .' .,,,
opener of the Dixie Youth Minor hit 786. :' ,..
championship playoffs.The Dale llaas led the Businessmenwith .. .. .
first-half champion Phillies a .730 batting average, 11 RBI's, .
beat the second-half winners -3. and 3 HR's. J.J. Wheeler added 10RBI's "
despite a three-run fifth-Inning 3 HR's and a .600 average .. .
Rangers rally that brought fan (a Gene Tanner hit .620 with 11 rtbbies.
their feet (left).
Phillip baserunner Gary Wise is
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baseman drops the ball while making ,

i'. the play. Cheerleaders Named :,
For KII Pop WarnerThe '? it 1T.E1iL/1UV :

I Locals 4th and 6th as Skeeters 1979 Keystone Pop Warner .'.''I.. ,-. ..l ...," .
cheerleader were chosen Friday
Overpower 7 Team Civitan Field night after a week long cheerleading .'
clinic the .
sponsored by Clay County -. .. .
Center for Education.
Community ... ,
The Skeeters of Gainesville proved Dorseys 5-15. before again topping the The 32 girls selected from the SO
themselves the class of the field while Chargers 0-2 and falling to the hopefuls were: PeeWees-Karen ,
Starke's best two teams were Mechanics 59. Clark Lisa Grice Christie Graziano I
relegated to fourth and sixth place in Leading hitters for Florida Bank Lisa Johnson, Lisa Macaulay
the Starke Civitans Invitational Softball were Sandra Norman 5-for-13 Melba Tamara Stinson, Debbie Hagglund. 0
Tournament for women at Howard 4-11 Jan McRae 5-15, and Lori White Leslie Galemore and
Westside Field last weekend. Betty Bennett 23. Jackie Wingate. Jr. Midgets-Pam .
The Skeeters ripped Chestnut and The Domino's were led by Karen Thomas Patty Stlncil Tammy
Dorseys, also of Gainesville, 18-5 in Norman and Carnell Williams 4-9 Newman Vicki Boutte, Chantel
Saturday night's title contest of the and Linda Lee 4-10. Dickinson Dru-Anne Singletary, M .,
tourney which draws funds for the The Skeeters' Barbara Burrowswon Shannon Grice Vanessa hatton, Carrie 1 .-
Civitan recreation fund. The main the Most Valuable Player'award Adams Barbie Horner Lisa .. ,
Civitan project planned now is the for both her .636 batting average and Dryer, and Lisa Canadeo. Jr. :iii: I ,
construction of handball courts at the flashy play in left field. The hustling PeeWees Ronda Arzie, Amy Kinsey, a
Edward's Road recreation facility. Skeeters flychaser handled nine Katrina Bowers. Michelle Walker, .
Before their championship game putouts and four assists without er Barbara Grabowski Kerry Cooper :
win the Skeeters had edged Chestnutand ror. Terri Owens Monica Kelly JeriJohnson __ .
Dorseys 5-1 after embarassing and Adrienne LaPointe. :
Starke's Women's Open champs the "All the girls were great and \
Domino's 14-0 Saturday morning.The eliminating the eighteen girls was the
one base Domino's hit (Carolyn were shut out with) only Gospel Sing June 30 commented hardest thing judges we've Margaret ever had to Dukes do" .the marketplace of millions of :

winners, who surrendered There will be a gospel sing Satur- Connie .
tourney Clyatt and Judy Bruce,
just 16 safeties in their three wins. day night June 30th at 7:30: p.m. at members of the Lake Butler Athletic smart buyers and sellers !
The black and grey jerseyed Starke Beulah Baptist Church Highway 21. Association. I
I champs took sixth in the event, topp-- Featured groups will be the Scrip- "We would like to thank everyone Whether it's merchandise services
ing seventh place llardees of tures Quartet from Palatka and the who helped with the cheerleading products, or employment,
Gainesville 12.8 but being eliminatedby Weeks Family. Pastor R.L. Taggart clinic and tryouts Our special thanksgo the
most with low-cost Classified Ad!
the Green Cove Springs Mechanics invites each and everyone to attend. to Sherry Dykes and her "girls" you get your money
9-4 Saturday afternoon. Florida Bank and to the judges from the Lake
Starke's Women's League runnerups, Butler Association. Not having to .ADFORD cot 964-6305 ,
claimed fourth place (behind the have tryouts. before everyone's help "i ruN Skeeters, C and D, and the made It "- .
'Truth it rarely, pure and much easier for ua. -ssld- f
Mechanics) with a 22 record. They ;: Keystone Cheerleader 1., !Jegrapr.1t 473221Olli.t
never simple. .'_ ,. Coordinator .,- \ ,
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edged Macclenny's Chargers 5-4 Fri- Oscar Wilde ". Carol Howard and Co-Coordinator*.... I .'"f.'r ,1 ,1. :, J ,
day night. then lost to Chestnut and Nancy Macaulay. j EU..( CkOOID >[0[l 496-2261

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I Seventeen-year-old Richard Gaines Gaines who will 'be' pirW"fvr dspGa.1e( "MycompetStkmm

Ii shot a 3ft-bole elght-over-par 152 to Bradford High as a senior next spring,a little bit harder Own I
i It's Monday win over a field of 47 in the Club I shot a par 73 on Saturday's 18hofcs should hav .r
.,. Championship at Starke Golf and an 80 Stmday.l TWs is his. first toumamenf win
Country Club Satruday and Sunday. playeddropped the first day, I with the exception of Q* district
filings June 21-24. guess'<< the pressure got to me Sun- ehemptomhip he won Ms sophomore
,r I MorningI yw at Bradford Hi....
I Harold Bishop. finished right behind
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N. Gott' Gaines with a 153 Bob McKa: took
Central Florida Tour Opens
I Editor' ':,. : third place with a 157 In the cham
pionship Dight
Randy Mauldin of Palatka had the Results
Second Flight (9-12 handi! )-
low Boys
of the
score with
day one.evewMonday Harry Riggs 156, Gray 103 John
Doug ,
the 14-15 year-old boys Ift-18-Robby Allen 74; Richard
I'm back testing my fingers on the typesetting machine this Monday morn- June 25, at the Starke Golf Gaines 78 (Starke); Mike\. McCravie Watson 104.
Third Adam
ng after a week of such major worries as "where's the best fishing hole around and Country Club In the opening 1t; 14-15-Randy Mauldin 73; Jim KllRht(1315)H.H.
I ereor "what's for breakfast?" in California's back country. round of the 1979 North Central Measles 80; Scott Buck 82. los,Harold Davis 166,Delano Thomas
Let me remind those who haven't been on vacation not a very pro ? r Florida Junior Golf Tour. 12-13-Kenny Bankhardt 83; Jeff 172.Fourth
uctive Monday afterwards. My brain Is saying "go" but the bola still sitting Robby Allen shot a two-over pat 74 Walker 03; Mac Mcinnis 94. 1041(9 Flight*18-18)-John Godwin
164, Ben Moxley 172,Dom
on a rock above a rushing stream. 4 r rd $; to finish first In the 18-18 year-old boys tMles-SeanPacetti) 43; Bret Everson DeSantiago
!Still, i guess one week off is all any pportswriter deserves and the past week class. Starke's Richard Gaines i48. 9-under (9hoes-John! Logan 38; 175.Fifth
was Just what I needed to finished "ohn Dan... Fiightl19-21)-) 1731
recharge my battery. .1"l second that class with a 76. Jim 179, Mundorf
&:Let me suggest at least a week stopover for anyone who gets out to California The competition, consisting of Girl.1617clarlasa Perryman Terry
Some Summer. Of course that's easier said than done nowadays. Some dirt- seven rounds, one each Monday, Sabatella 82. 14-15 179.Sixth
cheap discounts my dad gets as a Pan American employee made our trip possible. finishes on August 6. Rounds will be Girls-Donna Boudouln 79. 10-11 (9holesNadla FllghUtt-Over--) Alvcr
4 126, Wayne Mundorff 128 Bob Patterson
\. held In Starke Gainesville Palatka St. Marie 85; Melanie
Highlights of the trip? Well several had to be listening to my nine-yeareld ,',, and Lake City. Next Monday's round Wood.._ _M Starke._______n). 129.
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Brother pant and puff his way through stories !about the brown bear and rattlesnake ""' "' will be at University Country Club In
he and dad stumbled upon and the doe they snuck up on. He got a sudden Gainesville Entry fees are $3 the
ease! of homesickness after eyballing! the rattier*,Others would be viewing Mt. 17 year old Richard Gaines was the first week and$2 every other week.
Shasta, a giant ice cream cone of a mountain (elevation 14,182)) from 85 miles championship night winner In lastweekend's The overall championship: will be
Way) ; or oohing and aahlng at the rocky black beaches up tine North Coast and Starke Golf and Country. decided at the end of the competitionby \ I i
lyre sidewinding mountains Inland (remember I'm a Florida boy too).We started Club closed championship weighing the best four rounds of 1 ,;;' !
taking animal findings for granted after spotting what must have been ISO deer each competitor on a points basis. .
and nearly that many chipmunks, squirrels, and marmots. (you won't see theaverlike 4[
$ marmot in Florida). .- --- -.... 301 NORTH l STARKE
:lOh: and then there was the snow-fights and mountain sliding In the Lassen
Volcano Nat'l Park; dumping a pocketful of quarters in the slot machines at
tahoe; seeing Chinatown Golden Gate Bridge,Alcatraz, and Fisherman's Ware .t" FISNIN' SHACKYour CHINESE EGG ROLLS & FRIED RICE
I ig'Frisco; waking up at 7 In the a.m.and watching three Australian hang-gliders
sprint off Glacier Point In Yosemite and dodge and dart themselves and their 89pound .. Only $1 49
kites down into the valley 3,700 feet below. And if you want a breathtakingview One Stop For All Your Fishing Needs
that Yosemite Valley with its waterfalls, Royal Arches and bulging mountms INCLUDES CHINESE, JASMINE TEA
is even better than the postcards. If We Don't Have It,Yon Probably Can't Find It Ahead\ 904-7478
tNon-HI-Lites? How 'bout getting two cameras stolen out of our locked camper
i ifli San Francisco. Yep it is a big city. And the fishing would nave to fall in this OUTDOOR SHOWERS SEAFOOD DINNER
category as much as I hate to admit it. One Sacramento Valley storekeep s; $359SIIRIMP

delivered' a right cross to the ego when he. labeled a particular riverbed as a place Reg. 010.'. On -SC95 % 6 Shrimp 8 Scallops 1 Bag Clams I ,Fries & Slaw
wbere you can't help but reel 'em in. We had fished that hole early the same
morning and the only thing I had reeled In was a six-ounce clump of weeds. OhWell \IO Safe "
nothing's perfect, but an outdoor vacation is mighty close too It for me. Great For Shampoo Bathing CLAM DINNER

2 California. Newpapert Take It To The Beach Or CampingFISHIN'
J Tell Me ThisThere's Open OS 21 Shrimp Fries A Slaw 2 Bags 'Ot Clams ((14 Lb.)
f Semi-Pro baseball everywhere you go..... California is way ahead of Sunday SHACK ,
Florida in high school basketball for a good reason-the top players out there(not & Slaw
jest the city kids) play all Summer in a Jr. Olympic development program..... 5 a.m. 2 p.m. Hlway 100 E. 004-6502 5 a.m. 2 p.m. $289 $2
(las was harder to come by in Florida last week than it was for us In California .
..... Recent Dallas high school graduate Mike Carter obliterated his own high Hrs, Mon Thru Sat, 5 am To 8 p.m.
school shot put record with a throw of Bl-feet-3.5-inches in the Golden West prep
thick meet In Sacramento. To appreciate that feat you have to understand that
tbe national standard before Carter came along was 72-3 -and that was one of i
the oldest prep records around, standing since 1968. Florida is a pretty good
tuck state but we didn't have any high schooler thrown 60 feet this year and UF
tickle Dock Luckie's state best-ever is 675. Remember Carter in 1984 (or maybe l .
1980)..... They go for fastpltch Softball in a big way out there. I'll take slow-pitch. i'i '

c Observations No Financial Institution Insured by an Agency the United States .

Orlando Sentinel Star reporter Frank Carroll figures Florida' North-South Government is Authorized to Pay aRate of Return in Excess of the "
HIgh School All Star Games, both football and basketball, could become "road ,
shows" if the games don't break even in Gainesville this August The games Interest Paid Federal
Being by Guaranty Savings. .
dropped last year by the Florida High School Athletic' Association ,
<( Coaches Association and they see the contests as at least a break-even venture
with added proceeds going to a charity. Orlando and Tampa were listed as likely
sUes..,..The crop of players available for Monday's National Basketball Association Market Certificates
draft was called "poor" by NBA people but there are some studs who will Money
make It big You read here that Earvln Johnson will be Super. As could be ex-
pected Detroit and Seattle appear to have had the best drafts. The Pistons had .
and five who could make an NBA club .
three first round choices picked players
ahd Seattle had the r lx aOtfseven cwraSftfra'TOrlrt KhlekS.hatf:three. .. j J f I .< :".r' ,rnndritM. ,
.f j-ounders but afWpfciW! Bill Cartw f M M ..... '<" tJOJ
The welterweight division is pro boxing's toughest by ar. It includes three South
American bangers who can rightfully be called world champs-WBA titlist
Pipino Cuevas WBC champ Wilfredo Benitez and seven year lightweight king
Roberto Duran (who dusted off former welter champ Carlos Palamino last I
1 weekend in his fourth fight in the new weight class-and America's top non- r\.o
heavyweight hopefull Sugar Ray Leonard who has a title shot against Benitez : -: :
slated for December.....Still on boxing: If All does retire and South Africa's Ger- '
rie CoeUee (who slaughtered Leon Spinks Sunday) beats American John Tate '<<. 1:2
for All's half of the heavyweight title he'll be the first non-American to hold a ;" 1"
heavyweight crown since Ingemar Johansson of Sweden won the belt with a L 1'O :
knockout victory over Floyd Patterson in 1959 before losing it back to Pattersonthe *
next year..". .Starke auto racer Tom Smith was fifth in the Late Model Per annum. ."
in Lake City. I
Feature; race Saturday night at Columbia County Speedway .

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Runs Kick Off "Our Country Day1The -I can earn interest rate

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very first event to start off Andrew's Drugs, Monitor Office, City
Keystone's Our Country Day celebration Hall and on Miller's bulletin board. In Money Market Certificates from
July 4, will be a Smile road race Melrose at Rossano's,and entries are "
and following 1-mile fun run. available in Gainesville and Jacksonville ThursdayJune 28. 1979 To :
The (twO runs are being sponsoredby at Athletic Attic stores. Race '
of and coordinated coordinator Pete Valentino recommends when
the City Keystone Wednesday July 4,1979
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by Pete Valentino and runners to>> pre-register to '
members of the Keystone Running avoid the last minute rush Registration deposit $10,000 minimum in* '"V:t
Club. The entry fee for each race is$3, will also take place on race day at you ;

payable to Our Country Day, City of City Hall park from 7-8 a.m. this 26-week certificate account. .,L
Keystone Heights. All finishers will Coach Valentino would like* for ,
receive a T-Shirt commemoratingOur anyone Interested in helping on race ; (:
Yield is effective annual
Country Day while the first place day to>>please contact him. It will takea an .v., ".
mate and female runners in both lot of people on race day to make the ,' ..
races will win trophies. runs go smoothly. People are neededfor yield and assumes reinvestment at'n: f;:: j

Keystone Registration at the forms Top of are the available Haystack in, etc registration lie can be contacted as timers at directions 4732337. the same rate, however rate and.,;. ,,'.,.I( ; > I. I''

'"- ': i-- reissue cannot be guaranteed: r':* "ti, :

I Free Golf Clinic at Keystone ;,. beyond certificate's originalmaturity. 'i" ", :-"'I'., ,-

r:A;;free Junior Golf Clinic will start you do not have to be a member of the I : ., ""? i'
July 10 in Keystone Heights at 10..m. Country Club to participate. .'i '
Federal .
regulations require a
at"the Keystone Golf andCountryClub "All youngsters are invited said 1."
on SR 21 south. Chillemi, adding that students will be I substantial interest for ; ... p pearly
'ttr required to purchase range balls dur- i
PGA golf pro Tom Chillemi will instruct ing the lessons.
the classes for boys and girls For more Information phone withdrawals prohibit .t.. ,', '' ;,
between the ages of 10 and 17 and says. 4734540.. : '
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II Area Sports Roundup- 'or Bradford ondUnlon aunty. and the lake Reg/on/ .area ...-.:. !j: I

i Starke Dixie BoysThe Bradford Furniture-Vickie .Sue Standings.of Tues. W>L-T on second. LWC1 rtWKbd a win overt Rebels-Randall Gasklns Wi; W. Rams y 3-4, HR; Mark Graudona i. ,,
Anderson and Coleman 23. Dominos l -l-0 the last place Rebels Vfednesday to Teston 2B. 2B; John Brown and Z. Slplin Mi -"
I Olympians won twice to stay In Florida Bank 1M-0 Ice third place. i
), front of two chasers as the Dixie Boys' Bullets 17.Brad Furn 7(Thur) Bullets l',IS-0 Waters 22.LWCI' (Thurs) Waters-Starke Star. 13(Wed)
Baseball League wound to a close in Broughton Bullets-Juanita Reed Bradford Furniture Mo: Waters 21 -St. Businessmen It t (Mona Waters-Danny McKinney 3-4.21m; Waters-Ricky Bennett 44. HR; I'
Starke. 2-4 2B; Sherry Gohagen 2-4i; Sharon Waters-Ricky Bennett 3-4, 2B, SB, Brian Johns, Joey Bennett and Don- Tommy Wise 4-5, SB; Wilbur Waters
A key game matched the Olym- Kilby 3B.Bradford. Tommy Wise 3-4, 2 2B; Joey Bennett nie Wise 3-4, 2B; Ellis Griffis 2-3i; 3-4, HR, 2B; Terry Gaines and Emmett .'. -
pians with the first half champion Furniture-Sandra Darley Starke Men's Open 2-4, HR, 3B; Charlie Green HR; Ellis Larry Mercer 2HR.LWCISammie Akridge 22.
Merchants, who are 7-2 in tb*second>> 3-4; V. Bryan 2-4; Paula Anderson 2B. Water' Bulldozing put the Griffls 20.Buslnesame. Marshall 2-3. HR, Starke Stars-Bill Goodge 3-3;
half, Wednesday night. Olympian wrapson of Starke-Dale Haas 2B; Jerome Chuck Johnson and Jerry Blalock 3-4,
I the Men's Open League title with 3-3, HR, 2B Doug Jones 3-4, IHR( ; Steve Griffls and Marcus Crubtf. I
win would have clinched the title for Dominos Fla Bank S(Thur) three wins last week, including ; 3B; .
that team and pushed them into a two Domlnos-Judy Broughton 3-2i; Joy Monday night decision over the second a Gene Tanner HR. 16.Misfits(Wed) 24. ::.";",:':" I I
I out of three game playoff with the Mains 2-4i; Diane Smith HR. place Starke Businessmen.Water' Starke Businessmen-Dale Haas 2-4, ,
Merchants for the Norman 2-2 2HR; Buddy Paterson and Jackson ;. !
league title. That Florida Bank-Sandra ; "
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up league year Starke Stars* Rebels 7(Mon) '' :
Prevatt Gene Tanner HR R. :. ; .
series would probably start Monday Harriet Duncan 2-3,2B; Carolyn Red- with a spotless 17-0 record while the Starke Stars-Chub Johnson 3-4,2B; 3-4i.; ; "
Thomas 3B.MisfitsD.
night at WesUide Field. A Merchantwin ding 2-3. Businessmen's 13-4 mark put a lock John Valinskl
though, could mean a three way 2-3; Jeff Norman 2B. Mains 2-2, HR; John ,
tie for first also Including the Lake
Butler Engineers and force a more
complicated playoff. 'f rlgpVE l

Olympians Olympians-Mike-Lawtey Waters SonIcs 2.2i(Mon; Jff) W TN HAVE FUN ON THE FOURTH !

Johnson 2B.Lawtey .
Son1 -Anthony Willams

1-2.L.B.Lake..Engineers Butler Engineers-Dale-Firebirds (White Wed)) L t1i STAR SPANGLED

1-1; Robert Webb 3B; Matt Phillipsand 1 1i
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Firebirds-Tommy Crosby. ;

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Civitans forfeited because they only ;
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Merchants 7-2 ryF ::0.\ (

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1 cgs after, Tue. W.L with ralnouts the wtn. Makeup game foe Madison Street Ba ,. : ,V::IM, and Scott.Johns! 4RS; BHly Harrison Standings as.f Tees. W-LoT
W sUB left the second bat. MS4
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arb Stan 2B;Daryl Thornton and RJeky" Z-1I 14.Yankees 11(Tuea) Hulks w.i
24 Klngsley Lake(Tues)
"eMII 1-13 Northside B ptUt-J. Alvarez 4-4. 3-5. JHfc Steve Earnest 2 2Bf &! .11 Gators-Chad Reddish and Brady Reds, .....
InK, 2B; D. Thigpen and C. Lawson Po lk SB.Klngsley. Rehberg 4RS.YankeesDodle. Ashes a.a
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Starke Men's Church Sharp 3-4.; L. Williams B. Revels R. (Tnur) Minor Hamilton, Chris Samons and Ricky
North.ld, crunched Crews and F. McClellan 34.Klngsley Kingsley Lake BapUlt- KlmuU 2RS. Starke Tee;Ball
Baptlil Lake Baptist-Steve Hardee 3-4.Dennis Crawford and Tuesday to
previously red-hoi Klngsley Lake Crawford and Randall Crawford 1-1.; Us Crawford 2B. < ::\ In the Hulks. 13.Astros(Tuea) The Zonkcn edged the Bubbles
Baptist on the seaum's last regular Roger Bennett 2-3. 2 2B; Dennis First Baptist-Don Neal Ms Hulks-Ed Douglas 3RS Donnle 30-M Monday to take the league lead
season night Tuesday to wrap op a Crawford 203.30; Douglas Crawford Gieger 12.Standings. ; In Tee BaiLRase.1I
perfect season and the Men's Church 28. 1 Francis Jeff Carver Andy Lewis and
league crown. Madison St.1*-Flnt Methodist 13 as of Tue. \ ) Lorie Sapp 2RS.AstrosAndre. 3t.Cnekera Z1(Mon)
Norlhilde capped a It...campaign (Tues) Northside Bishop Williams 2RS. Rascals-John Rlpplinger, Michelle
PhlUlpa,Tara Sarunoranont,Jeremy
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-- Vaughan 483.CrackersAdam.

W-O BRAND USDA CHOICI SAVE w1Ty Douglas Adam Teresa Mostey Bassett Evan 4RS.

ZMikrs M.Bubbles 2S(Mon)
P Zonkers-Andy Goodowna 5RS;
r" bl.r"$1'p14- ROUN'DROAST Todd 4RS. Manning and Jamey Bowen

Bubbles-Danielle Smith B.B.
Prevail.Kevin Boon.Travis Looney,
Blake Thomas 4RS.8tandlnC"0I1'IIes,

$19 Rascals Bubbles .WLTZonkers '2-1-0 1-1-1 1-1-1

PINIC. -- L? Crackers 1-2-0

YpoP'G LB. Starke Small-Fry

S 0FEF pEO'1ONElISS The Snickers beat the Marathons
Monday to retain their undefeated

RIBS ,, JUNE 28 JULY 3 Snickers IS.Marathons I(Mon)
Snickers-Jody Brown 3RS; Jason
W-D SIANO USDA CHOICE Brown and Diane Wood 2RS.
BONELESSEYE -" Marathons-Donna Younts 2RS.
O' ROUND Standings.ol Tues.VtSnickers W-U.T

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ROAST Mutkateers I-Z"
Zeros 2-S-O
1.8 $069 SAVE SWIFT PRMIUMy"y"am Marathons S-S-4

u. 70cLL \. ,. WHOLE. (SLiaD 5")' ,

CANNED Starke DY Major
j The Dodgers wrapped up the second
oP '
STEAK :'::1$2'S9 := half championship and were
u'. $
SAVE V battle Gold in
QUANTITY RIGHTS 20c HAM scheduled to Lawtey a
RESERVEDWINNDIXIE 1& TAaIPes v= I beat of three game series for all the
STOKES INC, : s marbles starting Wednesday night,
COI'nIOHT-I979 : \. I June 27.The second game la slated for
tonight Thursday. June 28. In
'SAVE so1 USOA CHOICE SEEP NATUIAUY AGED 3 $49 Lawtey home of the first half champion
c Gold Nuggets.The third game if
SIRLOIN STEAK $289 necessary Is set for Friday eveningat
. oo.u. LB Pratt Street Field after a possible
h U' SAYE SOeSAVE / third game In the Minor Leagueplayoff.

oeeoooo u Braves M Mets(Mon) )
Braves-Mike Chappell 2-2. 2 IB;
SAVE 60- USDA CHOKE SEE NATURALLY AGED BONELESS InnlNlly: : :""' r./1 John David Francis 3,3. Robbie

.. "ELI40"1c."q. $TJEA.KS t!"o.o! v\ a. u*t'R!. 9L. P'ii --.D" I/" f"I c.-\:::::: ..- Early Boone Mets-Ron Dodgers 1-2.2-4. Willis II.GI.nt.1.,Doug Samons, (Fri,*>) and' ,


RUMP ROAST 279 GROUND BEEF S 469 PARTY c Carver and Tony Diggs 3 RS.
Le. e : 8 kl% 69 Glanta-Coleman c>3;Jason Bennett

CUBED STEAKS ... 2" BEEF PATTIES .s.: : $379 ;:'aTh.. L Lawtey Gold 13.Gold-Gerald Metst(Fri) Brown 34.2B .

SAVE 2OMINUTE' ; Carlton Johnson 1-3.3 RS: Phillip
"I *\, '''''''' .r; 'I' Crews :3 RS.MetsDoug.
MAID 'Wy Willi
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M. pK. and 1-1 Shane Johnson and
l'\ :: : V Early ;
LEMONADE CANS yv .: Stephen Jones 13.
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't .' : DIXIE DARLING SAVI SO POLY SAO Braves -Lawtey Blue 10 (Thurs)

: \ t ., .. HAMBURGER OR FRENCH' Lawtey Braves-Blue-Williams Jason Polk 3-4.HR.3B.

: \ .. %; HOT DOG a I FRYS tt* 9ge
, s' . Final 2nd Half Standings W-L
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( BUNS i3$1 Brain 7-3: '
APPLE .. SUPER8RAND MelsGiants 2a 9ge Lautey Gold 4-S ;
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8 BREAD\ . SSS C." BUTTER GAS. Baseball Tourney /1

", \ 2.'H'I11' ...... 9ge The Melrose Recreation Depart ;
'''' BEANS ment will be hosting the Melrose In-
: "" ./ .\ . 'KG. vitational Tournament for little f \ \

""'"'" ""l;;;:/II/fIl:: //I''n//a''''rri::: ItAM Fox Deluxe MORTONROZgN league terlachen teams and Melrose from Florahome.this weekend.In- '1

7/ 11.... 8ge The first tournament game is "' !
PIZZAS .' o. WED scheduled to start at a p.m. Friday '"
l"\\\\ with action continuing Saturday mor I r.ningatll.Cham I
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FAMILY BREAD 3 tY $1'9 SANDWICH .0.. PRO $169 CHICKEN be will Proceeds handed go to out the from after Melrose the the concession finals Rec Depart stand r ,t Ii,I

DOOEOARUNO MRS. AUU $39 ment with items offered including .
BREAD 2 'tom 89C FISH KABOBS ;a n69 PKO. : homemade spaghetti hamburgers r
WHEAT : colddrinks.
hot dogs pop corn. candy, and ; .. : '
.There won't be any admissioncharge I '
SAVE but fans who can stay Mated

PECAN TWIRLS 3 $109 SAUSAGE PIZZA 'I. ... T.: 52"DKIf SOc at chair the since ballgames there should are no bring bleachers a lawn at; I j M' 1

OARUNO CHERRY WEIGHT WATCHERS the Melrose field present. ,

LAYER CAKE ';;:: 99c CHEESE PIZZA ,. :;:: $189. SAVI a'- .MILK run Construction The Melrose sponsored of Little Jacksonville League's by Jenkins first and t.)' t

II Itc LADy' NOItMAI.JDaT.IAVlH' coached by Doyle Kehoe and Robert ; '
SANDRA III AIM II"j/ II OUT TIMTIO Hupp\ rolling along with a 14 win-t 't'',iE
Oil ,OF TOOTHPASTEOARUNO SHAVER SHAMPOOS lots record. Players on the 9-12 year .
.:xL 8ge Jill old team are Michael Ivey. Darren .c

l r ALOE ,5 Slit l.7.... 2-PACK.KG. 49C \ , Alp' 8. ..... Hottinger.. Alen Keith Wood.Kehoe.John RichieOverstreet Acree, d ,I

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'.. : fjf Jeff Hyes. Terry Hutchinson Anthony -
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Two single sandwiched around a Pa"idem. hid also singled! walks moved up on a pa..Md hp and
walk and an error at first bs spotted and stele second has. Prichard scored on SHe flmey's Ik4 Year Flag Carps to Form plgsieal isi I ...
233 to a 2-0 lead in the third. Poet 2eZ Three consecutive walks" a basea- clutch single.Keystone partRoff corps wW be a newly fanned Iarrlltd wHh the r=

cut tNt lead l in half in the top of the clearing double and another RBI hit then left three raiders on Keystone Pep Warner...... are available at

fourth, Mark Pndg reached on an gave Post 117 a 4-1 lead in UM U>p of Uhe bases were total with Jmt oam out i this season with a croup of girls bet- Burger Hut. Tasty Place .
error, wa moved along by ShawnPrichard' the second and they scored three in the third and that proved* als' ween the ages' of S and 13 (As of State Bank, and Guarantee .......,

wngle, and tallied on Bob more runs In the third on two hrts anda downfaU. Scott Allen Mark I ./ + August 1. 197"> traveling with the Physicals will not be given m M&

I Hemme't two out hit couple of walks. They Inflated the and Prichard had reached teams to some out of town games and 20-21 as was Incorrectly stated eerifcrin .

I Post 233 knocked Stovall out and lead to 8-1 with a run in the sixth and benefit of a hit but were stranded, JlL performing at home games.No the newspaper.
took command with a three run fifth after KH fought back with a four-spot making Post 137's two run fourth inn- tryouts will be required and ap Parents are urged to attend the

Inning that included three tingle, a sixth inning the Jacksonville team ing good enough for a win. The plications will be available after JdyIS. meeting. team age and wejaMs.

walk and a 3 RBI double by Cutark again blew the wind out of Keystone'ssails Jacksonville team had two bits in the Posters will be put up at local new roles and equipment' wot be
In the sixth had "duclm the businesses regarding where to get the discussed. If have tjuesMo*
KH on getting all four runs back In the inning with a Keystone throwing error you any
I pond" with no outs as Toby Dillow top of the seventh (with three baseson allowing both runners to score. applications, and when and where a call Pop Warner Commission-' -
punched a leadoff single and Mark sign-up meeting will be held. Practices Walter Raleigh at 473-3947 ;
balls aiding just two hits). Keystone s second and third hits of ..
i Prtdgen poked a double into a gap to Keystone's big inning included just the game came with two outs In innings will begin August 13. *
i chase Dillow to third. But Prichard' one hit off winner Keith Waller. and went for naught. Richard Adult First AM Course. $.4l't"

J smash to third was gloved for the first Shawn Prtchard doubled home Eddie McDavid doubled In the fourth and Stunt and Tumbling Clinic SetA All Pop Warner teams art'rer.quired .

out and the next Iwo Kll batters went Dyal who had walked Keith Nor- Prichard singled one inning later. clinic on stunts and tumbling to have a Certified Red Cross J

down quietly. thrup and Chuck Dickinson scored on sponsored by the Clay County Centerfor adult in attendance at all pra'tlrio$

a wild pitches and Prichard !scored on ,... ..r __.-.t/1 Community Education has been and games and the Clay County
-..- aN IN...1.. an error in the frame. 1..- 1-.1" __ tentatively set for August 6.10 at a Center for Community Education wilj
_.... --. ..t 11w time and place to be announced. free Pint Aid Course for
-_ t-tKM ............. be offering a
((4 n) '
Je..ta ........1..1$ I Tuesday's .." ;. I.1 Anyone interested in attending the anyone interested in being certified.
___ IMSM. 11J.1I37ZKHI Through games before clinics can sign up the first night at a Beginning August 1. each team will

Ju 137: 12-Kll doubleheader Shawn Prichard had cost of $5 Ca( waiver can be applied for practice an average of six hours pet

Jacksonville 137 kept Post 202 on the the only batting average on the tram if you cannot: afford the costs.Signl'pMeetingJaly week so more than person per team is

wrong track It was described statistics Keystone catcher Bob llrmme
as a"heartbreaker"
staff had sparkling ran
lowly Palatkai, with a 12-5 pasting in 19 sions and games. .
after pfllll3'1 clotted Prichard hitting a cool .382 on a do little. more than watch !an it
the opener of a Iwmbill Thursday. A sign-up' meeting for Keystone Pop The training course will run tw.ici i 4;
out twin-wins with a 2-1 pitching duel or'' .194. Jacksonville! Pest Z:1r: : in
team with a team average runner scores
Warner Football held
June 21 at Joel Field in teams will be
Bryan weekly win over Post 202 in Thursday night. the list down to the hosts. doubleheader
After Prichard drops swrrper
Keystone.The Thursday. July 19. at 7:30 p.m. in the Thursday* for three weekst\ \
Carl llagglund lost his first decisionof the a-ala last
Mark Pridgen at .247.
visitors bunched seven runs into High School Cafeteria in Keystone.All Keystone Heights High School front
the after three victories '
the second and third innings and year In other offensive categories Keith r1 boys interested in playing Pop 7-9 Anyone interested in signihg
added four tallies In the seventh to despite'' a five hit-just I base on ball Northrup was the top runs batted in against 139 batter while striking out Warner football should have applications up for p.m.the course sign-ups( should be

send Kll starter Clark Stovall down to performance. Ills moundadversariesSteve man with 13, Northrup and Chuck 21. and giving up Just 22 hits and nine Inno later than the meeting before July 5'' should call Carol

his second loss and also tarnish the Kay and winning Dickinson both had lour doubles and walks. Clark Stovall leads the staff though tale applications will he accepted Howard at 473-2466 or

earned run averages of Kll relievers reliever Bruce Begue--were even Toby Dillow led the squad in stolen with 32 strikeouts to go with a 2.85 as part of a waiting C list. Copiesof Macaulay -I'13.2f1AA after 7 p Nand m.

Scott Allen Mike Richardson and more effective, shackling Keystone bases and walks with 25 of each. ERA. Mike KichardKon's ERA was a birth certificates and a current : ; .';
Grady Ifostick batters on just three safeties The mound corps has combined for low 1.48 and Dillow and Scott Allen .-

Keystone led early as Keith Nor Kll Post 202 led until the fourth on a team earned run average or 2.47 both had 2.49 earned runs against
the strength of a solo run off Ray In with Carl llagglund's microscopic marks. Clark's Local Fair in State .
thrup bounced an RBI single with two the Kenny ERA was 1.93 Special OlympicsCharles : ,
outs in the first Inning to score Mark first With two outs Shawn 0.53 mark leading the way. llagglund before he broke his collarbone earlyon.

J'ri<:hard and Keith Northrup drew has allowed just two earned runs Ellis and Betty Yule competed cond in I the standing broad jump and

) In the Florida Special Olympics softball throw .

In Tampa June K.9 and 10 and came The two won first place tit -the

back with first and second place regional/ Special Olympic, at *the

medals in their events University Florida in G.liJ1t'M111E'.
qualifying them to enter'

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE Ellis/ took first place in the standing pel it mn al the University of Smith.
broad jump while Yates placed se- Florida in Tampa.

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21, north. Call 473.3288 Or i I
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rooms familiar...wlm.. aluminum, K/4511* To wait tables In Call lounee 1/a Mumtbeexperienced f 114.It (.earner' or*eMporlence w..... Pull helpful.Mlnlmunr ....... refrigerator' $150 go. ,
patio covers aleejKCCUTIV
I 317 p1/. I ..m..rom. Apply. IDS w. unto .".. rouge $73; '14' /tool fiberglass $ : .

SCCHCTAdVHloflv .JAWS/TV': : OI..C'O. 0" ..u.... boat with 28 h p. Hohnson I
old child.
...,... for olusn olflceCraal Needed 14 des../..... Westand e....... mall l rural hospital, eood salary, ,o'o'.ond trailer $450. Call "
box Saoo/Mo Call JOB in tin.RBNTAL with to work with
transportation '
Action. J/a >jco. rae Term Own Call Ado&nl/, :' for apptliver .473 .4472. 6 28 I tpd. .6
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t.., Lake Butler. Florida.VEoci.i '
: office NO previous FOR SAlti 1976 Sears riding
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A rasldatitlal,. nootsxl. Hvrs Oept PI 119: Sun Drawer C13LrA000UNTANTIANt mower. 7 h p.26 Inch mow
TIMB ROOK......S ,In oaf anporl ton al.11 mtnlmunt.* NW loth Ave MOI'v A. Gdn...Y1111. PL llaoaMXJSTRAL Plorlde Perm Bureau Insurancechief Ing deckS325. Call 964. 6459 '

tar.'**v.:loo tum r .CM and tor.silluic.:: .*."vrlne MOM HCALTH NUHtl PARTS STIES eccounlent..' ..:Its"casualtycompany 'for demonstration, 6 28 6

/1100. Pull with Barhalor's, free help accident 1nairanC Itpd.
haalth, care and life Insurance, home aidCPA. c Itt/C.1./ dor.d.PI .
'ON "0. PAUM WORK a parlance orafarrao! Como''.. ....n'..... .,....,.... ... your own sift.OOO and ..c.".nf frln0b .
lleht ttulldoier Work.Llv ,..uma should be .ubmlttMt la boss. ..... guarantee ...._ peryeer b nm. Conflict Hove Chotttor FOR SALE
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Call IM4SI1I. al lha Madical' C..,... V O. mo. you follow our framing' ..._.m. 730 OintvlM. PL 93007Ht. 1-94. .. land. D..rli.ld" Spring Box
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over. 1,250 sq It., carpet '
air'cond hon. Only $1200 2 | '

..Ft UICK SKVHAWKlr down and payments a* low
,Ia5P IM hi.. $ and. black' Air" AM radio S._. ..M/F'''' St.roCttHonf ,SC. at $225 mo. I II) you qualify."'
OM CUs sow avaiiabl ttrvt ftHcellenf' condlllon.S3100 ,. rondltlon.C .
new B. / .
1 in before school .
Heelonal Airport. 1 I WO, Call 14351SiS all J7.V.M3 starts
Hr MALIBU CLASSIC Bmlra IOM OAT1UN 5210 Call Bob Harris 4733133. '
IWVt 19 eacallant S/LVla PINES/RD' clean' low mileage. Automatic .b./.C..C.... ...Aulom... .iie 6 :21 Stchg 6 28
condition. 2V OuO air. AM/PM stereo, fuel economy and air." Van .... ""to.
-Wv act mil....._.Mi......". *- actor Sam. ....... S2aes. iff.:34se ) ._'. 31NS17 '
77MCISCBDBSBCNZ300ODiesel S ACRES on 214 neon
'79 JIBP sunroof air" aulomallc 1978 fi NDA CIVIC cvec
WAGON, ,N 4"4aulomallc eHlra e''..", service' m.ln'.'_. milesspeed.. Keystone Heights $300
air. all Vow
'Mil wheel, .,''.'. Dower eHCellefit.. crulM.con- Call.''Joe'''. Horner, Slant "on"... Like air I' (4 new*<.. C1.'I' >>. down. $89 81) p.r month. ,
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BEBlTLB:. prime condl .
vw ICIHOCCO' ice cold air" JO VW
t.M "fOmo* TON AM/PM stereo, radiate, ao mpg tlon. '.0''.'\.",... new paleo ', alter 6 p.m 3 29 tine' rig .
.. y'lnder. aulomalle Iranvnls, on reeular, .... a.cellen> conol AM/PM c .sseite. Jensen '
ever brown, SUM lion, SM > Gary, an.nn.*, insar Trlodes, (ae So appreciate..' AskIn -
Call 4S4S41High tudenl.. *sieoo Jeff. or9122.1930000U NEW MOSIII HOME R.V. .
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DART Custom .t fONriAC/ 1 Huns'Well. PARTS STORE olio .
lit VS a aaar dependable' all power. AM/PM, air. I'
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tlras, fullv aqulcwad, al fop new Oood Halloo Wagon, s track, l low mileage. Needs power steering S4ffMAHP Whirlpool' GE. RCA po,... $ .
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Sill LOT 2
a .". 1 Bath Home Plreetacg, for Home or mobile home en'
cent heat/air, ixowteij lot,SM.. Archer Hd with septic tank.
ooo Call in *nt attar 50 m. aMOpr rent S3/me.. l>eMll.ACT Cadillac.411dsmnbfk

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1ACOI HOKIC PAUM County for..n.OOac0 Sale A. Servicefine .
ftoad 30 "-n lle west ef Per.nsworth .
... OWN.'U"' C....... Head. auu.nt tHiane, verd.. trees. fenced. Only "30.000. Selection Of Until ,
Drive by tioa N is n, in aai>
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Oraa/ room With flrealace, or 1/e-Stao: am fe 9 am.By ON a TO'Pive Acres _'_' Cam Taken On I '
I ... ,..... 543.500. atl sua4BH ,Ine lake with nice trees fromtuoo 21 ,
OWN' 4 veer-old. a OH. I'* Geed termsLAKB CaildltV Trade ,
., OWH"' a Bam bath :In SI 2,400with lots on clear sand bottom 2001 .WJ'1337S.5301 I
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.......... ,.... many 055. sii.aoo. DIC..11 IMS or in ma.BBAUTIPULMCINTOS .
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wooded Diver
Acre heavily
SLU a10Ga MOUNTAIN. SaNa0u/halfat. "Ie'e Hlver Access LotsProm 1 -
Sabun_ C.unlr Oa ITOOtlmtMrlenO Irenl- modern< Ifi ttus/ _'.1 panshadedvillage frent and ueOBasv TermsCANOBCOUNTHV f BROADWAY
.a t/ S acres. 1.7.4810,
IUN Ir0s. Srwina, The Best". "O SS P.IAL CSTATC.! Broker. "
Us, SU/LT tuS/.m rime In 522.000 LaS house.irasl new. char 1..1.11.0. $9i-I41. PIV. ACSlBS .....C.L. west of TREE SERVICE "
IOp woo0 MIS 7 aS. S bath, .
.asv aecaa. siv.soo too acre Waldo fid North of etrporfBoulpped ,
woaral. ma.,.. sulsuMN lot veer aid trees. TOSS PAIIMPlanted with;* a" well, septic Removal Trimming .
tub, or/wey gran. Las N IU .own. Member e* CewnlrwISMC. ., pines are e good .Mv.sttans and concrete slab ideal for '
All appliances. washor/ praoeriv For free prodrver ment. S4 acres with ante PeIvor mobile home. Bacellent terms Free Estimates j
electric earaae opener. Chute write or call: Span C. Irantaee It.aoe per acre.P.OOS.HS .v.II."'. Preferred ManaeedInvestmenll. I
Close le wesfslde Park 4 Pass Heal Hwy mall. PIIALTVOAK ..... BBAL.TOIK.ani 473-4732
schools set.coo. iq-UM. 51541 cievten. Oe.lo>u, aoa-m-am. S/ALTOS. Calll>44HtOPA ('. Keystone Heights ) '

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tr....... I .... end lifter. UOII. J7SIWS.Luggage i
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I 1f .. _..4h5101aan ( *tar 411.315451.tald, luggaea II plecee) Sta-SIS. WE CAN HELP
S ,rali00' Inondition.. SIUO ".pntOBMATOi. *. ter... running ...... Laree tueeaee on wheel i
'. CaM ).-.-. priced to sell SIO <1 pieces uo, .K". is>ISM -

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step, saa all Blend des* a cttelr, we euarenteelBeginner's trailer WOO !
sea. lau NW list ... mtBueMoeTBand '... DetlaMt. in line condition. Call an.tsta Your Home For All The
a Interesleel M Cash You Need .
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YARD SALIt ,dual A/C generator. fully Mileage00 Phone
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Friday Phone 496-3703 llpd MACcExcettent condition miles. only 16.995. Contact 36.000 ... .. ....Ul... 6/21 3fchg 7/9

6/21 tnagundy and. grey: PI I; Mr Hatcher at 964-7900 : M AVER tOO HOMf For 'Information
1976 CHRY9UR CORDOBAi P/8. a
Black: A/C.-P/S; P/Broke. l'tJIt'S p.m Itchg 6121 .. .-. ., I representative Tom Per.
window., power levered m. COUGAR XI 7i P/$: H70 CHKYilt NEWPORT. GOOO"as, PAID far used PALMS APARTMENTS* Fur- mil .......... Kitten to TRAHIIR MECHANIC: 9I ..JSPI CHAIN liNt" FINCI ryman. Ill 2 Box 270.
..eot"i tilt leering wheel; r<8. Idcellent air.; AM/FM run good. 9600 firm. Call' mobile home If mortgage I I. nbhed efficiencies and I BR good home*. Phone HOUR Minimum IB material Do It yourself and Keystone Height 32656.

Cruise control; urn roof. tfe/ea and tape; electric 782-3977. 6TFtfcg.. :3/4 paid or more, DUN'SMOBIH optI.. '_"1" or monthly 904-BI79 or 904-9263. Itpd year of age, mechanical ova.. tnttallatlon available 4733728. Catalog alto
/Run good. 93990. Con been wlodow. door and seats HOMI 9A1E9 NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS 0/38 experience nee.... 40 Free estimate. available at $.50. 6214tchg
Cnarnl 1971 CHCVROUT BePAIra' ....5606. Open day* HomdyMan 7/12
!. at UGH 8:30 o.m. to 9 exterior and In- monthly only 2313 N Temple hour per week must be Fence Co. 964-8359. TFchg
p.m. Call 431-1981. Itchg Isla; 13.000 mile; fully lotion Wagon Recent weekly TFchg Slarke. TFchgKITCHCNirriS \1.H ; ; able to work all hour., must NORSli 1/2 Appaloosa 1/2
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6/28. Iod.led. CoIl 496-3640 oft.9 Motor. Clean. 9999. haM 1 : : I i i. be able to pat physical and LIMEROCXAllan Taylor. Palomino nke and fat verygentle

ISPINIT CONSOLI PIANOI lA;:M. Itchg 6/21. 4890980. 6/212tcbg 6/28. WANTED. Mobil. home axle and sleeping '' .... back K-rayt. Calf far appointment Lawtey. Phone 712.3172 child" hor... 9 yr.
( and tire. .
Will'pick up.OLIN'S AC mold .. .
TV *
roam between old. 9490. Phone 964 7231,
panted: Responsible BAM weekday* after 6
party MOBIll HOMES p.m. or
: : : im. we $ and pay
vice Weekly monthly.
to take over Spinet Plan if r more' Buy direct from fac and 9PM Monday thru Fri anytime weekends. TFdtgWATSON'I Itpd 62'TWINTY
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MOO. In-aVish" SALES, 964-5606. Open 7 and
Re.touront lounge
rosy{): term. Can be teen 1 !1....$ ,a ." track Goe4 .elto'lHe*.. day* a week,.TFc.hgTOPCASH available. Underwood tory. Large selection of 24. day 912-939-6601., Roadway
Writ. Credit Express Park Go. .
: 14, 12 wldet. COMMUNITY
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"rt'2. rfchg mile .
Manager. P.O. BON 207 '" 0 ....c.A D for Motel :3 1/2 North of MOBILE HOMES SALES. US 31636. (Affirmative A- VACUUMS. Many brand of TRAILERS Phone 96...620. +
: IL. 62231.: MAINE9 INSURANCE AGIN- Stork., US 301. TFchg Ctlon/Equal new vacuum Used after 5 6/28 7/9
Carlyl. 6/14 301 North. 9 dutk. I Opportunity p.m. 2tpd
1m ..., Open to
MOO CiMtorn P-Ul AT coin*, lIng, dental gold .
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ilchg 6/28. 160 S Lake A. .. late Employer) 6/2121chg 6/28 machine available. Part
to 6 .
Butler. 496-3979. Complete ."'C;. F9. AM/FM I .heck ring., CF ..crop'f jewelry, MIMOSA MANOR mobile Sunday. Phone and accessories for all GARAGE lAlti, ,
HAY FOR SALIi Jut cut; Insurance Service, TFN pod ...,... topper'with chain., optical frame*, home park mobile home 964-8741. TFchg CONTRACTOR NEEDS lADY vacuum tyttemt. 404 NW' June r.
Coattal I.rmudo Hay: camper to truck""' ,cu.tom watch, band., etc.; Phone J. and for rent. Phone :
spaces to drive light truck. Some 10th Ave. Gainesville, 28.29.1 to 8 1222 Bradford
FOR BALI house p.m.
highly fertilized. 91.90 per wheels, ,$400 equity.tree .. Bulllngtori' 9 .6ISO. 468.2912.3/22 TFchtIUTCHINlTn. By owner I
IVIRYONI IS INSURABLE outdoor work 376-7110. St.. Starke.
Previous '
and lot. 300 feet mutt enoytraveling. | phone TFchg;
bale West of 301
at the born Near WarIhlngton Immediate for cor and ....,.... TFchgRUPONSIU8' \/
ale ..
coverage by on Stale Rood 125.6/7 Phone 782-3991. postponed to llIne
Sprlngt. 496-3839. phon.. JOI USHER peyment Ph. .7S3-9M1 ., One BR 6/28. 4lpd 6/212tchg 6/28. DO DROP IN Bargain' Housei **. Itpd 6/28 f!
9/24 TFNHHGLI after I *. '/l| PARTY would
AOSNCY496-2I26 or weekday 3fp4 apartment, pool TV AC, US 301 South We buy and I

WIDI TRAILER 2 4962908TFN e/18 like. to rent a..*kl boot for. utllltle Included. Totally LOTS FOR SALIt Stork., CITA POSITION, Radio all used furniture. Phone" 23.000 BTU NORGI air con- 1 f
bedroom. 2 bath; 98.000. firth weekd July. Phone lumhshed. Weekly, monthly' Reba Dispatcher mutt be Bradford .64-6740. 9 to 9 dltloner. 9179. 6.500 BTU air f
Call.496-3869 or 4962373. ;"; ; :.:..; '" '' Ins FORD CUSTOM Good. 94-8849.: Itpd 6/29 rale TEMPLE MOTEL 880 SO'XIOO and* with Ash 2 lots, resident/ economically Mon.-Thur.., 9 to 6 Frl. and condition. 979. Both In excellent

9/2? ptchg 6/28. ',jf'"l{ I ) 6n4ltfon' good paint .new I N. Temple Awe., Storke. houte.partially 96.90O total.completed disadvantaged,unemployed Sat. 3/1 TFchgNIW9PAPIR condition. Phon.
.1/.1-J.S.L U .,'> tires, AT PS, FB. AC. -et so I 964-7397. 6/28
MS| <, ITEMS Sear* ..12... i .. ". ... .- .. .' Radio/Heater. 11.630. < .: ," : 7/26 Phone 9tpd CHARLES COURT (Denny 10 out of 13 week. HS grad. ROLL 473-4908, Itchg 6/28

lent; car top carrier; 30 gal.ho AUXIlllARV MEMBERS Phone 96/-7231. Itpd 6/28 'j \S RYI (' : : Height). 1 lot with partially' able to type. Apply at Flo. IND9:9everal available, '

\:water. heater. Molt offer NEEOEDiA rewarding feeling .. ..\.. .... .... '0 ,. : KINGSLEY LAKE Make completed haute, 96,000. State Employment Service various length, all either 1971 DUSTER look sharp ,
3 (old courthouse). 6/28 runt good 91,100. WELCH .
*. .31."1.. 6/28 TFN.HOUSITRAILIIt.I970.12x6O. JENKINS (formerly Donna :
the 1t7S CHIVY I 30" wide Good for
of helping other I I. /I TON Pick. or
BILLS lAW SHOP Complete your reservation now for MARE PINTO In 'foal with .
reward for only a f.w hour up. Phono 964-7339 after S sharpening service, circular, summer vocation Weekly Street) near old Lawley ." : ; .c '1 children to color an table lock 9200. or without tack .

ft.. Academy Cadet 3 b,? 1 tervlce. Come loin this fin. p.m.: Itpd 6/28 hand, carbide, chain,_ rate AC Cottage: Phone 2 Rood lot(William. Subdivision), .: 'lillBAHIA I ; ; caver, etc. BRADFORD $1 I SO. Phone964-8670. Itchg /

1/2 bo.. partially fum.. 2 community organization mower blade hollow ground 5332366. TFchg 75x100partially .. ., .. .. ,... I COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135 6/28 :
unit air, central heat 100 For further Information. call 1179. DODGE VAN fully ,and balanced. leave at completed foundation each W. Call Starke. TF

gol. propone gas tank. Call Mrt Boner at Union customized. low mileage. Jackson Building Supply, ROOM FOR lINT Furnl.hed $2,300. OAK STREET (North NAY Argentina BACKYARD SALIt 1 1/2 :
496295alt.., S p.m. See at General Hospital 496-3323. assume payments with Stoke or Keystone HI*. bedroom In large 4 BR Reno). 2 lot ((7 and B of highly fertilized. Phone ONI ACRE DII VSTHROUGHlots mile on Boyle. Highway. I ,

Lot no. 8, Powell'* Trailer Itchll 6/28 down poyment of equitable TFchg home. In country kitchen block 22)). WxlOO1. 92.000 964-6071. TFchg North of Slorke zoned Right off SR 100 West Watch ;; 11-:

.Court, Lok. Butler, llpd value. Phone 964-6173..6/28 privilege 9100/month, Including total Phone 373-3307 for building. Lot of tr_.. 'orgn./ *. Friday/Saturday : '
HOUSE TO MOVI Call Collect ALCOHOLIC9 Gainesville y
6/28.. 1-732-3281 ; 2tpd 7/5 wtllltle phone, TFchg BWIET CORN: Silver Queen. ISO per month Phone 8:30 to 2 p.m. Phone !Il i
evenings.Itpd ANONYMOUS Phone "73.3511.5/31
wather. Phone 468.2315.TFchg Delicious for freezing TFchg
now or i7i
HONDA lOCh 4 cyl.. good 964-7799. Itchg 6/28
628.CUSTOM 1967 CHIVY IMPALA. Small, 9645145.9646352. TFchg BY OWNER 1973 Champion" laylett Highway. ;
Condition. 9690. Must sell.
block 283 c.l. ,c'5400. 13x69 3BR 2 bah AC NEW REFRIGERATOR. Call : !} .
engine Phone 964-6938. llpd 6/28
Contact R. Cochran 1170 ... Co :
love, I In pump
otter 6 .
BR 712.3577.5/31
j' I MOBILE HOME :3 Stove p.m.
S.W. 4th T.rroc., Lok.Butts \ RSO"AIt" with hose for fuel
'! ,,,,, ,, and chain, REPAIRS New kitchen, Sto,".. 910.900. 93.JOO TFchg pumping
6/28: 2tpd 7/5. !c" \ p ; 6 good (hope.S7S. ft Ref,, garage, front and GARAGE SALE Saturday. out of mail tank; I tot of : ,
; $ Rl'' 1. ROUND DINING' TABU.S33. bath, family room Brick rear porch clean 9100.00 down 9137.01/mo. Very June 30 9 a.m. Furniture, '
: Iadd.lock.| 4 house
; .. clean Phone 1-379-0413. FOR SAlEr Silver ; tcrew
SPACIOUS HOMIi 3 Phone 9647212.. Itchy block concret. Fireplace deposit 3 Mil.S.Hw 301. Itt books, toys clothes, |lock.. Phone 964.6896. tpd I f'
') Broom. 2 both on well MADE 6/28 specialists. Griff! Construction. Rd. S. Indian River' Fruit TFchg miscellaneous Across from corn peat, cantaloupes, 6/28 .p
:landtcoped on. acre lot; DRAPERIESiFrae estimates. Phone 473-2108 or Stand. Dead end lot haute Country Club brown brick watermelon and other

Central<< heat/air; fireplace; local distributors forcom- |97/:cHIVY PICKUP 350 473-3378. TFchgBRADFORD on right. Elmer'Jones. 6/14 1971 HOLIDAY MOBILE house on comer, llpd 6/28 vegetables. Pea shelter TRACTOR John Deere r..
cedar clo.... Eat In kitchen. pletely washable _"-'I') C.I., camper IWB. AC PS. 3fpd 6/28 HOME 12x60; 281. 2 bath available Wainwright diesel model No. 2240. 50 '
.:tof.,of extra Call W. S. advertised GardtettcDrapedatwUW gets good gas mileage. In SEPTIC TANK 32,000 BTU AC window unit. TYPEWRITER Brother pore Farms, SR-16 2 miles Lost of HP used only 84 hr... ,
r.1Uv.r.; owner, 496-2241. SERVICE Bradford residential For oppt or Info phone Slorke.6/21 'tchg 6/28 .
Enterprises.Ed good .hope. ALSO. TWO KINO9UY LAKIi Trailer lots table with cote, 939. Will canopy top 2 row rolling ,
:'6/;$XFN. **, -t._ Stephens HORSES for ale, one white pump-out 949. Commercial for rent 170/monthT'Water, 964-9374 until 9;3O p.m. or negotiate for electric Phone cultivator double-new' ;. ..f..
r.&IcOLD. : HOUSESi Good 4962219.3/I: TFN.. Arabian, one quarterhortewith and Industrial. Fully garbage and boat romp 782-3437 ova. Itchg 6/28 964 9409 after 9 p.m. llpd TRAMPOUNEi New ,round ground plow 6 ft. disc \

'lumber.Coll 496-3181. Itchg paper Phone licensed. Phone 9641121. f.... Phone 933-2261.. : 6/28 6/38 lit 959999, tale 9319.93. harrow cole planter equipment \ I S,
;.6/28. CLARKE9 SAW SHOP Com 4311632. Itchg 628Will TFchg TFchg !. 939993. tale tool bar. Total! price: r'
LOTS In both 924993. Phone !
city: completely 1-779-3227
sharpening service t 6 HP MERCURY Outboard 910,300 firm Phon. y
} >N BOATi 12 ft., 71/2 hp., plate MAKI YOUR TRAILER look fornl.hed. Wall to wall Jail TFchg .
hand circular, mow. TRADES 1973 Chevrolet/ DUPLEX Two bedrooms, livIng motor. Good condition. First 782-3489. 6/21 3tchg 7/9 d ,
).50ar., Used twice. All accessories like a home. Remodeling carpet. AC polio, bull)-In
blades, chain tawt. leave a' Caprice Classic for Hem of room; eat-a" kitchen 9300 taker It. Phone ,,
$375. 4963664. Crew Building Supply. Lake equal value. Phone 782.3896 addition., crooned porchesto Stove refrigerator 9129. / concrete drive. Both 9646580. Itchg 6/28 SPECIAL PRICSSi on nursery ROUND SALES OF*
)pet 6/28. Butler 7/3 TFN. 782-3931.. Itchg 6/28 your home or traitor. Phone 964-7188. Itpd 6/28 home for 927.000 or equityof tock: Azol_.. gal. cant, HAYtFre cut. 913 each. BO !
".,,1'* Framing Pre. 912,900 and assume mor GARAGE SALE Saturdayand 91.30 each. 18"-24"; Fruit Wood Brooder., 910 each,4/

YARD SALEi Sat., Jun. 30; USI THI LAUNDRAMAT o. 1970 FORD COUNTRY estimates. Call anytlma. TWO BEDROOM furnished tgage. See o513 Sunday. Everything treet: Boxwood 10"-IS" one or all. Phone 782.3140.1. ,
Sun. July 1; 9 a.m. to Sp.m Hwy. 100 by the Handy-Way. QUIRE WAGON Need Phone 964.5013.TFchg apartment. Phone 964.6201 Washington; Term mutt go. Furniture, ports, 91 90. 13"-18", S2. See our TFchg \

;, SR 121 South approx. W. have o wash.dry foldservice minor repair, a* I I. for 1550 after 9 p.m. Itpd 6/28 available. 6/29 TFchg clothes, shrubbery trees, roses on Flo. root .stock
3 ml. out of town. look for : .23 per Tb. Attendant ca.h. Phone E. S. Sander STARDUST THI MAGICIAN, 16 EAST: toward Klngsley flowers, hanging boskets, 9990 and 9699. Shade FORECLOSURE PROPERTY

signs. Itpd 6/28. on duty. TFN 964-7344 or 4733031. llpd Magic Fun for ....ryon.. THRU BEDROOM imfurnlth-- Lake I acre, '..40 sq. f'. sewing need Wilson Rd. tree, hedge plant*, Commercial and re.ldential.
:MOBILE HOMSI1974; 3 6/28 Phone 9649281.) Entertain ed hou... 1130/month. first concrete block full air, Follow tlgnt. Phone camellias, pot plontt, hang- Inside City of Hampton. '. '
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE papas, group.. Coll now. and 'latt. Phone 964-7321. Ing basket, and many
bedroom 2 full bath; 24x60 carpel 91.090 down and 9647813. )Itchg 6/28 Guaranty Federal Starkeoffice "
with one half ocr. of land. TRAP cleanouts. New lines, 1971 FORD FAlRMONTl 6/7;4lpd 623.IABYSITTING. Itchg 6/28 1 low monthly payment. If more O. C. CARNES Phone 964.9000. 6/28 :
reatanabla. Joe Deluxe pkg., AC, AT PS. t SEVERAL ITEMSt Coffeetable NURSERY SRIOO' at
LR/DR. den kitchen. CH/A. Fortyth you qualify. Call Bob Harris964.5533.6212tchg TFchg
all electric; 4 ton AC unit In 4311022. All business appreciated. PB. $,495. ADAMS AUTO AND ONI BEDROOM- furnlthedepartmenl 6/28 marble, pink and Florahome, 23 miles SE ofStork. j 1
cluded. 431-1860 after 6 3/31 TFN SALES. Keystone, 473-4470. HOUSEWORK Phone 9103/month, whit., gold leaf base, .. Phone 659.2165. t
p.m. 6/28 3tpd 7/12 Itchg 6/28 961-$52.6/21 2lchg 6/28 llrtl and 10.,. Phone CITY OF 9TARKIi Broadway 69"x20". 9400; SOFA gold TFchg EXOTIC CLOCKS :

ROOFINGNew or repair. 96/-7521. Itchg 6/28 St. near schools, 5 lot and 9 brocade, 8 1/2 ft. curved
22 CU. PT.' FREZERSeart.' Alia( .....thri work (Bloc* 1924 ]' ) ,CORnNA 2 THI MOWER CLINIC- Small floor' plan A* low a* 9990 9300; HALL TABLE white FENCING All kinds, hog Natural' Wood j .
ftke"nVw. ::1
'cHeir'ype.; yw. 51,49fADAM5 MODERN FURNISHED wire, welded' barbwire
aor e. and all of wire
and engine* type
laying' carpenter) For down and 919O monthly. marble topped, gold 'leaf
!bid: 3250.. Call 496-3788.. free estimate, call AUTO SALES Keystone, lawn' mower repaired ,Including APARTMENT 1 Bedroom Most see plan to appreciate. base, 30" high with mat. wood chain link; free Slabs, Burl, Etc. : t j
Itchg 628.LIVESTOCK wall-to-wall Air-
473-4470. I Itchg 6/28 reborlng. Work carpet ettlmatet. MANNING
4962772.628 7/3.
2tchg Come by Affordable thing gold mirror, 'J
don. reasonably. Henry Conditioned. Ample Private FENCE CO.. 473-4822 Phone: 0046511RADIATOR 1
RACK for .... .. .. Home or call Bob 49"x23". 9500. All new or
pick. .. 1973 PINTO elation wagon, Browder, 96/-5760. 6/21 paved parking In rear. 24 Harrl 9645533. 6/31 2tchg like new. Phone 964-5490 Keystone TFch"ALUMINUM .
'up, 96000 Call 496-3788. .n 'n. AC 11,193, ADAMS AUTO tfchg. hour security lighting.
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Itchg 6/28. : ,,, l :;(,@.t. ,; ; SALES Keystone .473-4470 Modern electric kitchen. 6/28 appt. Itpd 6/28 PLATES, Used 1
.... ". ,.. .. ..... .. 964.8265 after 9 PM. -
Itchg 6/28 BILLS HOME REMODELING Phone ---- : newspaper plate 23
PATIO TABLEt Round concrete MOBILE HOMI: 2 bedroom Home remodeling and roof. NOT MOTEL/ 6/2)' 2tchg STACKS 9R 16. 4 mile west CUSTOM HAY BALING| 9/8x36', 29 cent each. SERVICE te tE te I

$65.00. Call 4963788.Itchg 1 bath; furnished or unfurnished 1978 FORD 100.. SWB AT Ing plumbing, ; electrical 6/28 full toward Prison.3 BR Corner, 2 bath lot I I I I BRADFORD COUNTY = \
6/28. with one-half acre of PS. PB. and topper $4.493 work, ; automotive body and acre Highly Fertilized TELEGRAPH 964-6309 TF
fireplace, -
room completely I
land and water bill paid. No ADAMS AUTO SALES fender repair and UNFURNISHED LAKE HOMSt great olr-cond. -. '
children or pelt, 9125 per Keystone, 473-4470. Itchg mechanical work Jone. 2 BR brick on lake Geneva, carpeted Z HAY FOR SALE | '
BRICK HOMEiS bedroom 1 Only 91,150 down and 9219 I J.T. Porrlth ; :
month with on. month In 6/28 964-1087.6/21 dtp 7/14 Keystone Heights Need
1/2 bath In City on nke odvanc. Call 496-2308.6/21 couple no tudentt. 9230. monthly If you qualify. Call I 496-3053 Ntcro.s.hurt

shaded lot.DOUBLEWIDI. TFN., Wl BUY AND SILL clan used WRCrT IPM Pest Control. Call Jackunvllle 786-6044. Bob Harts at 964.5533.6/21 "pd /'L.JI J ..CA" ,

MOBILI car and truck ADAMS Servlces.1 Fla. The March I hOn 6/21 2tpd 628FURNISHED 2tchg 6,5I L7. : TV Repair? .NGrlNMN -
HOME:3 bedroom 2 bath; .. -' 'H' 00.." .. AUTO SALES. Keystone, To Rid' Your Homo of ''
located on choice lot in lake : .. ., ; 473-4470. Itchg 6/29 Nuisance Petit, Call APARTMENT; 3 : : .s U :Q r ---L 4 dL
: HELPI USED TV's For Sal!
Butler.' Owner will finance. -'. t .I 'st XtEQ.Ul I I 96/-993/. 6/21 TFN large rams nicety furnished t' I lt I : I w. .
0BHB3aQiQB9a BVflDHBBflB8Bi ,r _
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FRAME HOMEiS bedroom :.: :: : : ; MUST SELL ; gas, light' water fur. WE Guaranteed
1/2 bath In tubdivltlon. BAlYSITTINOi Infants to 1 nlthed. Private entrance. In. fOUN'O' Grown Mele Cott BUYERSWALDO
Immediate delivery Liquidation of
Near tchool. FOUND Small sandal shoe all new all steel buildings. year old TIC In my country quire at 603 E. Washington gold color with dork gold DAHMER'S Inc. INSPECTION
Malnet Real)Ettate, found at UCHS baseball .15$225pertq. It. homo, anytime. Phono Ave.. Slorke, FL. 6/21 tfchg tripe.. Housebroken nice I

Reelter. 496-3978 fl.ld. To claim come by 40x72x14$133 per iq ft 964)8314.) 6/21 3tchg 7/9 p.t. Phone 964-8114. Itchg AUCTION BARN Phone 1984-6810 j ;".

Time office. Call Collect 1-9O4-387-2Ma, Ads GetResults 6/28 SUm RADIATOR SERVICE; :<
Century Steal Building" AUTO\ REPAIR Any hour ofI Rt.24 In welds 964-7923 u.r-sa .

'. I I the day or night FOUND Pedigree dog Yard Baler, "*'. 4 Sun.
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Reasonable. Phone female, fauna Tuesday BAM8 PM .'\SOKTIllIUH.I r '
944.831".6/21 3lchg 7/5 around Blending area. Call Good used furniture MOUNTAINS: :
and Identify. Phone New and used antique REGISTERGAS

LAWNS"'MOWED-831.. 6/21 anytlma.Phone 3tchg. oppo I t Hn.ES( 9647910. Itpd 6/28 and_ "- .. 1 9 Acres Ideal for I small :
7/3 Open dayt weekly farm or anything you I

DIALER OPPORTUNITY Ma- *u :ii 10 a,m. to 5 p.m. 3 S. "' ..... St. *ant to use it for All I ..

BABYSITTING In my home, for line of quality steel, FURNITUREREfNIBSINO/ AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY coded. borders K(od
full-tlm., Infant up to 9 building for farm. industrial AND SATURDAY NIGHTS ,"'-SlIt travel I rood whith gives

month. Phone 964-8126 and commercial ----- 7.30p.m. LP Bottles access. Plenty nf Ml. I
6/212tchg 6/29 Rewording opportunity for free RetteMtee; a Laurel I. Plenty ol' wild

---- in the nearby .
person that can qualify require game[
YARD CLEANING Low 91200-91900 for ........Acres i iMeo. e a ERa --- .11II Motor Home FilledWWt,1e orest. Owner needs to :

rate*, call DeWayna Davit, overhead and operating FrL |I PANELING I sell this tract In.R4MI.OO: V I.: ,

E RRI F I II 964-6997. Itpd 6/28 capital.' Write 9oule Building /.s-4.39p. Wirckeuafor erms 9200.ot) down '
Systems, Inc., Rt 3. Box 298. PeeeeiH4TS9MODILE CENTER Tim assume loan.Mountain f' .
N.C. 28092 or call
Cattonla. TtMafhjftoi
day Phone. 9648243.Reasonable Itchg rate 6/28*. 704-864-2306.6/14 3lpd 6/28 Paneling Molding II III cabin with fire ":,,;.
place. Dandy Harden
I Kitchen Cabinets I.
I 0 I
spot, This Is a handy man 1
FIN E.""", a,\TlaSeuUDOZUl1 HOMt' I Counter Tope special because it is not'inlshed .
I //I
Vwiitl.1FREE' inside roughed I
MOW LAWNS SERVICE *ptl )!.IU.DrHUnj wired and plumbing com- f.

TRIM SHRUBQEm r ABuJWoxerWorh. I pleted. Water and the outside ,
L ? 2" Thru e' Is completed Large '
THE RESULTS... $ : I Faat Rotary deck: overlooking mtns. k I. 4
LANDSCAPE distil Fill $ I .IONNO# You can live. in It while ;
.. Drilling EquipmentSTATE .'
AMP you finish It up. 5 miles
The cla..ifi d columns command. CM Us PondlWILBUR aoq I CO. UCENSED from Murphy 922.500.00. !i' ]
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(5,000( down and assume
I So Says Mrs. Irwin Luxton WATERSMIMI 140 S. Thompson StI I Pumpa loan. I :

Rt 2 Box 100 A Stark 9e4- 806.I ...... ....9! ...... I

NO w........ Bt Brr I I964ev41 OW Coo CoM Plant Used :2.9 acres Real good aoess. r t
From One Ad In Had In LastWeek' New A
1 I Received 20 Calla 782-3354 M..U6 a".. 004-.711 About 1 acre garden l t
Paper. Everything Soldi Hone ....his Salea-PartB-Servlc:* area or pasture. Plenty of "f,'
1/ t. room to buUd 3 or 4 P ft'.;,,
houses. Lays gentle.

If You Want Results, NORMAN TRAYieS USD CLEAR INC .......E-Z...Terms............ Large trees over this '.,'
tract. Plenty of privacy. '

Call 964-6305; .Today Madame Jace: AND FILL DIRT ...PIumrAlln.I. ,.. 98.290.00 91,500 down ; J
I e payment. Plenty of wild t

Palmist.- Stark. Fla. 664-6374 New IrwtadailonRepairs tea nand good fishing in KI, .

PsychlcAdvJsor J'No Answer 782-3422 f.

: EQUIpment On Hand RemqdeNng V ,

t wilt read your entire fife Adv.* enH 1' tyro Wheel. Drive Louder WWt trading Box. .. .... These are a few of over ," ..I(
j 2000 listings. We have all : .:.'
Ames Dozer JO 350 SWyeMoe urranR
*fi*"* at life seen o. love I
j I ILAllI Ceunrip,1Memege.Luw :. types of property from .;. J 4T!
& Fill lM It > large Deter JO 790 4 Wy BMde ;
TOMMY'SCLEARIN6 4.ctEArnl ... Suit*. snd lu..o Four Wheel Drive Loader WHti Hoot Hike.: Or Bucket ..................... 9soo.M per acre and up. Cp"r I : :l ;'
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"" Overcomes M trouble. *!. .'" I MUSH CHIPPER We have small tracts we ., }
Or Small Jobs enemies 6 64 fuels.I<, \\1 1
Largo SMALL. AND LArVjtOUMP TRUCKS PUMP a SUPPLY also have several cabins, 'J \

j TMS 90 rlluM Medium Tens.y u .tiel yo"fI eH laknawSne .. _Services'Provided:..._.._ COMPANY houses old call farms listing etc. ;.I't. '
Work. Write or for free
Dozer )I' y (
superior to 0" doer
yew /pave ener uryveways Luck,""",. brochure. You can .
eOflII.of .
Mode Drsktsge Dttcfie. :8134 N. Tempt* Ave. call free of charge by ,. .t
We Offer Fast Foundations I ,_. S CeoMenfWI*.tf",ig. t Custom la Clearing 'Cu. Onae Work V# dialing 1-800-43S-7421.. f .

j Look 'M the sign hi front of her horn Located MatsftelB Write or call today "
wul.d- --- t SU V., Fla. ::' :f :' I
And ..
''ponse \ Top Soil on U.S. 301 South In Stark Axjcross From TPOO HedCley', ,'0 : I
Free Estimatesaaelr9144i34 I KOA CampgroundOpen fm OW IjlmorooH! MtMnry. Bend k '
MABTIN 964.5230 .' 964-7081' J
JIMMY II I arty t OO >m to +0 00 p m ,n 111'11 PR tend DnMntleMMock! MURPHY N.CZS1'Ofr ''tr

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: 301 S.Starke, Fla.
Man. Wad. P-fl Thur. Sat. 9-9 Sunday 12-6 L?' t
36 SQUARE INCH COOKING With Adjustable Grill .

SPIOKEYiBAR'BQ AREA g.6" $399 10 Reg.Lb+Bag tif 9 9 lie,. Holds PLAYMATE 18 Cans High(BY Impact IGLOO Plastic


fleer. +34" STYROFOAM

$2 9 8 8 FLUID The COOLERFor Beach Or Home J $Reg.9*12"88

1 Qt.Can
Reg.: 69* 54ft 10QL $127Reg. 0

o Sale
BAMBOO Pkg Of 3 140 Ct. 1 Ply Sale 'INFLATABLE 72"x 27"g"
PAPER PLATE 9 7 q; PAPER Reg. 57 2$1 1 AIR Asst.Colors Sale I PAPER.Reg.100 Ct 99' 7 7 lit

Permanent Pressed 100% Acrylic Blue&Brown t


Asst.Size 4-7 Colors $144 Asst.Sizes Colors SMLReg. $ 3 9 7 Asst.Size Colors 4.7 $ 3 44 Reg. '21" $1500

Reg. '1.. '*.. Reg. *4" Sale Sale

BOY'S JR. Asst.Styles

Size 8.18 100% Nylon ,
$ 2 88 Size' S-M-L Size SMLReg. $ 9 7
fle0. 3" gale\ *3" 2
Rag $2 8Q.: ; .
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25 Sq. Ft.//I A Fun Toy For Beach or Back YardALUMINUM


$ PANTS Reg. ;7" ,$ 9'7
Sale 3 I 1 One Size Fits All 5
Reg. 43 Asst. Pastel Colors Asst.Colors& Stripes SatePLASTIC' ,

Size 8-18 $ I Reg. 09* .ft .-
Reg. +8" 588 7 7

Asst. Styles&Colors Asst.Styles&Colors

For Picnic & Freezing TANK TOPS. SUN DRESSES, Reg.. *1Sale lit
8 7 < Size 8.18 6 7 'Jot
25 Ct. 7"x8" Size SMLflea. .
'3" $288 'Reg.12" $1000 -

Beige& Black
f fIn
de Asst. Colors&Sizes. SANDALS White Only

Reg. 73' 57 'Jot Reg. "qN $3 5 q Sizes Rep '5-10 4 $288 Reg*.*+fl 1100w ? Sale $ 7 00


46 Compartnients! See Thru Lid i I
/ 24 PIECE :
/ 8 Spoons- 8 Forks 8 Knives

BEACH /, Reg.. '18" $ ,88 PLASTIC FLATWARE ..

SANDALS Sale : JHta* I JBk '

';. Various Colors 2 Reg.99'. .Sale.
2 PC. 50"FiberglassREEL '
i Rep 89' ..iti.
i. a 79' I" Q.J'ROD o 'j "t

Rep 'fl" $ 6 7 7 _

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