Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 2, 1979
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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II Itlst Year STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy ,
: 1st Issue Thursday.August Z, It7. USPSM2-700 '..<* ; .


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1 Commission Still Agonizing :'

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Facing a 1979-80 'budget which ficials has placed the figure at five salary Increases expected to cost
Not everybody brought their lawn chair and some unconventional means of "transportation bat everyone did grudgingly refuses to yield cuts and a percent of millage, which places the around $30,000 for 6.7 percent raises
have a good time ', tax: Increase limit of$34,988 the Brad- dollar limit at 34988. Instead of five At Its July 23 session the commission
ford County Commission continued to percent of the revenue which: would cut travel In every departmentby
agonize Tuesday night when able to have yielded $57,000. accountant Pat 25 percent. At that session a total !,
-, slicj only ",700 from proposed spen- Farnsworth explained $28,100. The$5,700 cut this Tuesday
ptniests.iVproposed! night makes a total of $33.400 the ;
"We want that,whatever it.Is,"said board has cut from spending re
d ,Pfi w ; expenditures still ex- commissioner Dave Shuford of the quests.An .
't j expected Income by nearly $34,988 Increase. item-by-ttem examination of the ;
4 f b illlon dollars the board faces Fine and Forfeiturebudget.
. r rCT p., r/aU its reserve and carryover Clerk Brown explained the (board up $58,353 over last year's
M to balance the budget, or cutting carried but cuts I
will have to advertise the tax Increase $320.941. was out no
: 1 number of entire programs to and if the board would raise were made. Biggest increase is
level. If allreserve
balance at a lower taxes over the five percent limit a $29,569 In costs for court reporters '
funds used to fund all
are special referendum would be required. and special attorney fees In a
: spending requests at the requested category called"other court costs,"a
$2.4 million level the commission will '" doubledfrom$20,431to$50,000for79.80.
category has been more than
have no alternative next year but to "I'd vote against It myself" Chair- Farn-
If I ; raise property taxes at least four man Maxie Carter shot back. sworth pointed that out that dispositions
: mills, or to slash programa deeplyth The board left in the budget allRegistration for one case could run ".000.
. a' n. to balance the 8041 budget.
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: Main decision facing the commission d 1
this year Is whether to cut now
I and save some reserve funds for t
4 emergencies,or to fund the budget re Books :,
I, r lpl quests. The board sat some four ,
'hour .Tuesday night In a state of ,. "
almost stagnation while mulling the.

I l sq far Insoluble problem. Only $5,700 Close Next .. !
was trimmed from the budget Tuesday Friday
night- $3,000 from the amount included -'>
for the from
\ the Chamber of Commerce allocation -

; The Frampton Family Singers entertain centennial celebrators with smooth Mrs. Jessie Young winner of the and $1.200which Supervisor of For Starke Election t
gospel music. costume contest speaks with Gene Elections Neva Flynn voluntarily cut.
Matthews editor emeritus. from her budget for part-time help. .,;

More Centennial Photo, Story on Page 10D... J What's?" Commissioner the use to put Dave it Shuford off one With the city election a little more dal & Son Construction Co. and said y
year he because he feels there
s running
than a month away, voters are
this week. Chairman
asked again
needs to be equal representation on
registering at a steady pace
asked theboard
Maxie Carter repeatedly "
the commission."We .
what it wants to do about the the books close on Aug. 10, accordingto

:' fl budget;which must be adopted by October Neva Flynn, supervisor. of oleo need a more unified government -
Suspended Starke Police 'Officer 1. but got no reaction. Board tions. and we must take part in and be '.
in the for'
Nine are race
of ent..1 decided
members still hesitate to approve the a part our governp

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Vff ..!'fMMM._ r" -.y. \: r.-. '. y, .. nnwfu'.... .Ioo--, ).... .Qo..v Nd' 'w.IM.xil.: ''/ '' -".* )ue.1O be loathe to make deep' for re-election. : 11lidayexpnined.- 1

T.o Have Hearing Before CommissionSuspended s*. cuts established programs or.per- Incumbent up Police Chief Jimmy He said he wasn't running! on the .
Bowen will be up against two former fact that he's black and he does not in-

"We're backing into the same situation policemen, Jimmy Epps and Julias tend to make that an Issue. He '\
we were as 1977" Shuford hast Eunice, both first-time candidates. stresses the need for a more balanced
police officer George the matter should be heard by the gave an Impromptu "press con- warned the board repeatedly. For Another three-way race developedfor representation for the people of
Tomasovitch's commission and has it first the ference," saying the entire issue was the commission seat in Group 4
Thursday hearing was put on ears prior to 77 the board Starke, but adds "I have no com-
rescheduled for Aug. 7 at the regular agenda for the Tuesday night politically motivated' on Tomasovit balance the' budget with reserve held by Vernon Silcox with two more plaints about our commissioners. I f
city commission meeting after hearing .- meeting. ch'apert.: funds instead of raising property election newcomers George HolidayJr. think they are doing a fine job with
officer J. J. Wolbert withdrew, Warren also' said Wolbert should "This whole thing was planned to taxes gradually to cover Increased and Mary Ellen Peterson. what they have."
claiming possible bias. never have been appointed as hearing embarass the chief and reeks of Veteran commissioner Charles
expenditures, then in 77 the reservesran "There needs to be a lady on the "
officer because he serves as union political motivation because to Schaefer, defeated in 78 by Ted "
out and the board'was forced commission Is Ellen Peterson's
The 2 p.m. hearing In city hall was and does other legal work Tomasovitch is supporting another will vie with recentlyrelnst.ted {
negotiator Ogelsby
adjourned after Wolbert explained said. raise 2.754 mills at one time. A storm battle cry for the Group 4 posi ..
for the city. Wolbert is also "too candidate, MayorCommissionerJoseph
of protest arose at the resulting tax increase tion. A housewife with three
Mayor-Commissioner Joseph closely aligned with officers in the top He would not say who Tomasovitchis hearing and the board had to Warren for the Group 2 commission daughters Peterson said she has no
told him, "if you're a.friend of the
echelon of the supporting.
police department.. you will direct Warren said.Tomasovitch. police. department Rhoden said he had recommendedone explain away Its problem for months And carrying on a one-man race for specific campaign platform. J
Bowen (Chief Police Jimmy Bowen) week for A self-proclaimed humanitarian
suspension the 11th Clerk Merrill Edwards
Since 77 the same thing has been term. City Peterson said she believes in the
to withdraw all charges against who was suspended Tomasovitch. but "his attitude got
will for his
once more posi
Tomasovilch. without pay had his pay reinstated him in trouble." happening. Expenses have been going "share and share alike" philosophy -
after Warren checked with Commissioners steadily up and the board has been tion. and would like to see more attention '.
Because of that. Wolbert said any Harold Epps and Ted Ogelsby "1 was awed that this whole thing using reserve funds and carryover to Newcomer George Holiday Jr. is In paid to human rights. ;)
decision he would make could be for their opinions. could be construed as a politically balance budgets which exceed the the construction business with Hoh- Incumbent commissioner Silcox ::t
tainted, and suggested the hearing be motivated maneuver," Tomasovitch real income a little more each year. has been with the commission since 't
rescheduled and another hearing officer Warren noted that no other countered.He The commission .is now one year 1971. He is the only remaining com-
be chosen suspended officer has gone without said he was unaware of away from its 1977 situation. There missioner still serving since the 1972
Instead of replacing Wolbert with pay! and that the policeman's Bill of Rhoden's comments and was surprised are some reserve funds now and the Hampton Says special election abolishing the mayor,
another hearing officer. Warren saidtiJlc Rights guarantees suspended officers th..: "'* .suspension over a coffee budget could be balanced using the elected by the people.
their salary until charges against break has turned Into such a reserve funds if.a little more. is trim- Silcox intends to run on his. past
them are proven or dropped. "political issue." med. record, saying "I've treated people
: CHa inn iTricrim "I think this whole thing Is a wasteof If all reserves are exhausted this Great Big 'No'To right and hopefully they'll rememberthat .
After the aborted hearing Thursday taxpayer's money," Tomasovitch :year, there would be no choice next come election time."
police officer Scotty Rhoden added. year but to raise taxes four or five Warren, recently reinstated as
mills to maintain the same spending mayor-commmissioner after being,
jevels. Taxes and programs could be AppointeesHampton ousted June S, has several issues for
,cut drastically next year, but com this election.
One Inmate Dead 3 InjuredIn fnlssioners keep asking themselves voters gave a loud"No" to Warren was ousted after flexing
what until next for which he
purpose waiting year a proposed change in the city charter some mayoral muscle
will serve. with appointed officials, instead of filed a suit claiming his removal was
; The board approved the $302,000 elected officials In a special election illegal and violated his civil rights.
Weekend Violence at UCI .budget of Sheriff Dolph Reddish as Tuesday. Circuit Court Judge Osee Fagan

presented but the sheriff's budget The proposed change was defeated agreed and on July' 23, Warren was.
would have become law August 1 of less than a third of reinstated.
57-8 a showing
Five men were arraigned Tuesdayin after receiving several stab woundsin A chronic complaint of Warren's is
connection with the violence at the back. It is not clear when any way withheld Hampton's registered voters. the outdated city charter, which he
The board approval from
The new charter was an effort to
Correctional Institute over the Johnson Injured, and Informa-
Union was
hasn't been revised since 1957.
: '
all other however until It says
budgets. and
the charter
modernize city's
dead and
weekend that left one man tion Specialist David Skipper said He plans to place several issues on
come to some decision on what to
Shands'Teaching would have an appointed mayor marshal
nllnclo,.Aufl. 2" another In fair condition at details are sketchy do about balancing the spending bill. and city clerk. the Sept. 11 ballot pertaining to the
Hospital irt Gainesville. Officials have begun to Investigatethe
revision of the charter. The
School M. Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal city ap-
Mooting Eugene Green, 24, Freddie T. Bat matter, which is believed to be the County City Clerk Iris Hart said she wasn'tsurprised
election of the chief of
... pointment or
s, was present to discuss the mosquito by the results saying she N
Work . ., tle. 28-Cleveland Brown. 22, Eddie result of racial problems.J control and Director police and city clerk will be brought v .
totflonJ p.m.uo'flototc. ,/,' u':' ., Joe Fletcher, 20 and Lee Marvin T. Richardson UCI administrative budget Zoning had spoken with the people and most
arrested first L.M. Gaines sat through much of the were against it. up, along with whether Starke votersprefer
Robinson. S7. were for assistant declined to
',.clol MI"I91vnl'IY. deathof meeting but neither got confirmationhis The new charter was a result of the a mayor elected by the people .p'
murder for the stabbing comment on the Incident saying once
degree would be in or by the commission, whether the city
budget as
into efforts of the five-member commission
'ilarrell. who was UCI all
Mark 32. pronounced the investigators come ,
.Ava.1awem.g. '.the budget "who had been working on it for charter should be revised and t.
dead Saturday at 7:52: p.m. information is sent to Skipper
.Solo at UCI by Dr. Eduardo Infante. The Mosquito. Control budget request over two years.Chairman methods of obtaining electrical power.
Pins Unll.dMNh.dI. five arraigned before totals $07.147, including $48.970 Ted Curtis, who has been for the city '
Youth D p orlmontt The were L. from local sources and$18,177 in state acting mayor since William Summer Warren says he would like to "bury

e.m.M I ,..... County Harrell Judge who A.had Driggers.been serving a Chiles To Visit matching funds. It includes the resigned a year ago, said the charter the hatchet with the police depart-'
ChurchYard for manslaughter operation and employees for the coun- was proposed so qualified officials ment, the city clerk and the commission
...*... .' 12-year found sentence the recreation field, ty garbage collection. The board is could be appointed. As it Ii. anyonecan and go by the book for the
f*y Womor'......,,1! was after an Incident possibly related to Tuesday at NoonSen. reluctant to cut this budget as with run for any position regardless of government of this town." ..
f, I ..M: >" racial trouble. many others because state funding their qualifications.Three (see page IA) (.
', )Guard Armory. Two other Inmates, Thomas E. Jer- would diminish. The mosquito control council positions, the'town \\I r
\ II.Nc M!-'J"1IIMo"4. i},! .i4\\"1."';,,( nigan and John Turner were treated Lawton Chiles D-Fla.. will ben budget"Is down $5,000 from last marshal and the mayor are up for reelection ,\
tea :' for stab wounds and beatings and ) Starke next Tuesday. August 7. for year. a fact for'which the commissioners Sept. It.
.,.A._,.. '. i l'' taken to Shad by a Union County a luncheon meeting with Bradford congratulated O'Neal. The Incumbent marshal Rick Wade was Index., .. : i I
.,... .,...... '...; rescue squad.Jernigan counttans: at the Garden Restaurant. sanitarian Mid the county is carryingon the only to qualify, and no one ,', ij
Dinner 7 p.m. ',.' :.'....,. serving a 10-year "The Senate is in recess in August a minimal coverage mosquito qualified for the mayor's position. TWO SECTIONS" ,4,JL: ;"' 0 r
Mooting S,..... sentence for robbery in Leon County and I want to take the opportunity to cluded.spraying program :with pie funds in- Commissioners Chuck Rowland SECTION Ai '. ","**.,, .I&'LSOCI.ty. 4

received slab wounds in the chest andremains meet with my Bradford ,County Wilton Hart and Lola Williamson' ...,... ... rages IA.4A.7A.ti' ,
Courtesyof in.fair condition at Shands. friends to discuss" the issues before The totals Zoning. and Building budget office request qualified for UM commission race Edltor,.,.. ..... .... rage4ANews \," '.
Turner was treated at Shands and the Congress Chiles said. $49.348. zoning and newcomer Jane Hall joined the .......,,.. ... "
JACKSON'S, SVILDINPSVP then taken to prison hospital at the Chiles will arrive at the Garden form collects of about half Its budget and in the race. The three top vote-getters will L.....,..'.w&_ .. ... .. .1A,2A.3A'i i)
Restaurant. $00 North building permits zoning
Reception and Medical I Center in Temple be the new commissioners.Hart .
. Of Starke Avenue. Starke. shortly before the application fees. Director Gained *
Lake Busier. He Is serving a 15yea'sentence ", Id. ; said commissioners haven'fdiaeussed SECTION Bsports. >
964-6078 for shooting Into a dwelling noon. luncheon lung what they'll do about the .. ... .. ra.* ,,"
Hwy-301 S ,in Hernandd County In 1974. 'The dutch treat is epen to a.9-0 vote the commission Instructed nonexistent mayoral candidate, but' CI"'UlNI, . .. Pag.L9t ,
K.v.ton. Heights, In unrelated Incident the' public. Those wishing to attend clerk Gib Brown to advertiseto according to Curtis, the appointed OWtwarle . .. .. Page 411. '.,", :i!!'
Hwy. tOO And 2t-,. Eddie Johnson was taken to should make reservations. by calling increase the five percent allowedby council: chairman will act as .c.nttn"'.I.,..,. ,,,,il'i'"a,.1.. t# t'
413.4913 the RMC hospital Saturday night 1IIJ4.45853. I or.. II., .'. {'. law; An/I Interpretation by state of- mayor.a 7r'' 0" '41i\ ;8. 'iJ ,',
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Ray Starnes was a household name !. elder stataMaan. had ***1IIIIIM1he
......n'.. N only in the Keystone Heights area but earl eondRkml d It riilshock to andwa9ltswlr with it
ifs the Influence of the man who died the community when SUrnes, 7S,died "It was the first one that WM rim-
u heart surgery ex last Thursday,July 28,wIlDe undergoing pie enough for people to envieitti andlow4oet
te nd-widde touching us each open heart surgetgr; .in North I enough for bottlers to eon-
time we operate a vending machine. Florida Regional Hospital in aider using," Craven said.
G. Raymond Staraea is known as Gainesville. < .u The types of vending machines the
the father of the vending machine. ".. modern world is familiar with are aa
But he was leas known as an Inventorin Starnes came up with his concept different from Starnes' model a* the
his beloved hometown of Keystone for a vending machine in the early Model-T from the 1979 automobile.
Heights than as the personable ex- 1930's when he was a sales manager but the seed of the modern Industry
mayor and city council member. of the Coca-Cola Bottling Co in Kansas was born on Starnes' dining room
.. Even close friends in KH didn't know City. Working at night, Starnes table four decades ago
The award winning bread In part of Deborah's display. \

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Deborah Green Wins Award This equipment DUTY A simple operation .. ?Ii
Deborah Green holds her tint-place' be attached So new "stet : a, requiring 7 .crew* will I

trophy.: __no or thoee new la 'r ,' convert your standard "'
_. j cooler Into a Coin Control
For A Dairy Good Yeast Bread The cheesey recipe was cnoaen partially f. : '7

because of its ease. .'
.J Bread, cheese and kisses are the The demonstration was Judged on "This bread only has to rise once, Is .' ''Iji. ;,'I I
.';I essentials of life, someone told nutritional content, mechanical mixed with a mixer and doesn't haveto .. ,,1......,' Ii "".:.
I Deborah Green, and she Just might handling (how the person actually be kneaded." Debra explained.It ," tt., 'i hv,' ,.
\ agree with the bread and cheese part. made the bread), appearance of both sounds almost goof-proof, but '\' Jt .", ;V t..I, ";'" '
Deborah Just won first place in the the finished product and the Deborah admits she a had a few f ::1'1.-; .,:,'>0, ';,\:.;', ,,.. i" '.'
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4-H Conference demonstrations held demonstration, the structure of the failures with the recipe. And of -....i. (. .r-',,( .'"ct'','. 1.(" ,. '..' .v"I""v".II11' .
Thursday at the University of Floridain demonstration, and of course, taste. course,the cheese bread Isn't the only I ; : ." ,: ". I' ",I: ,,',. .
Gainesville for her bread-making Deborah's bread, according to one kind she makes. There's some whole ...n .. .. _. ..; \ 'J'
demonstration. She was the only one judge was "eye appealing and had a wheat breads and regular white mrJ-- -
to place from Bradford County. very good taste." breads and various other 72 BOTTLECAPACITY .al r
Ironically Deborah didn't start out "Her demonstration was excellentall gastrointestinal delights Deborah has TO SERVE .. .
baking bread when she Joined 4-H five the way around,"said Lowell Par concocted.Her -
years ago. She shows dairy cattle rish, 4-H coordinator.To main Interest, however Is still
but, as she explained, "you can't get to the state competition, with dairy cattle with another upcoming 43 Boats r t Easy toRttam "
'demonstrate how to show a cow." Deborah had to win on the community sideline of i teaching. S will in t RefillTHESE .. 1';'
level and then the district level. She be teaching dairy foods to yo "
Deborah, who learned the art of won a blue ribbon at the community 4-H members this fall.
bread making a year ago in school, level and $50 in prize money In the And this reporter, a dubious I b I-
said she'd combine her interest in district competlon. baker at best, got the recipe for 1 y 'r
dairying by making cheese bread. She grinned when asked how many simple and hearty bread, othe ..,..
The bread contains main ingredients loaves of bread she's made since the known as "A Dairy Good Yf3sBread" t. .'
from dairy products. start of the various competlons and :
A visual display designed by said "about SO." dubious bread- : : '
And this reporter, a
Deborah and her mother, Mrs. Mary "But It's okay because my brothers baker at best, got the recipe for the FEATURES MAKE THIS THE MOST PRACTICAL COIN CON .
Jane Green, demonstrated the link, (twins) love It and they eat It up as simple and hearty bread, otherwise TROL EVER OFFERED TO COCA-COLA BOTTLERS:
and also showed the steps in makingthe soon as it comes out of the oven. The known as "A Dairy Good Yeast ..
bread. rest we've given to friends," she said. Bread": No gears no chain no bell, no cranks etc. required to deliver cold bottle. .

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DWIGHT SLATER'S %1 cup worm milk f j I I Cracked Ice method: used on ice cooler. .r t" t...

1%pkg.tip.yoost toll Individual lock for money box and co..r. ?' I :':. ,;".: ... !1 .''
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I .... Magnifying 9 las to detect Slav. i- a \t,t. ,

Foo. & StUd tl8,3018 1'/'/.cup cup warm.1I.pu.Motor,.*. flour r 't Coin slot automatically locks otter removal ol tact baulk ',,s''.,.' >Py:>' :ri"' 11':1"/- L'f ... .

7AM12 P.M. A Walnut St 2 cup hrodo'od Chodoor ch_.. .t' : W1t.! "rI'!& ,'.\\fJr'J ;
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COKE Molt butts In worm ...lIk..... wotor. In ;The price el $27.50 F. 0.8.1 Kansas City inciudo* necessary material t tar. ..- 9. 'r? -
(large bowl,eombln.I'sups flour end an!! I. coolor. St pptn9W.19ht40 Ibs. ,,.' 'f .. \
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MOTOR Oil : ,
OR PEPSI other ".'... ...... toot thro. minute .t I .. :j; "
tl99 medium(....... If hand stir In remaining ,k' VENDO SALES COMPANY .:,
3 Ct. 18 *? Tax on. cup of flour. Covert let rise I" warm P. 0. Bra SI2. .
OZ.U Dep. plot until light. 4S-M "" ........ (Dough aCity.i MO.'i .
Pjua Tax, ..... not ooublo In sit..) Gonorouilygroaio
bottom and lid** of g H 1-Inch
Borden'a .loaf pan. Prohoat oven to 950 (JJS for
... pan). Sako for 4S-80 minute. or until
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.' v- virtues of his invention to Coca:Cola Despite his impact on the world.
bottlers around the country. Starnes' Starnes' name is forgotten today out
invention was a cheap and simple side of' the Keystone Heights and
type.of coin,vendingdevice Raid,,;, Starke areas'cheek' with Coca-.ola1

.. 1/ ..rI;; the prototype ,of every moderny; n-. archives Ailanta.had.nn.rfaord, ; .
; : .l ding machme around toe Ntr, J4.00 riq Starnes' invention!lllfJ1hell( oa.toll1n,
LONE M While there were other types of coin Bottling Co. of Kansas City
'ui'eam ClKer" locking devices In existence when remembered Starnes as sales
Starnes received his patent, the manager, but nothing more
Starnes machine Is said to have The Vendo Co. officials cold not
driven other machines off the market.He remember Slarnes because a Imnst all
WHATEVER' YESTERDAY WAS LIKE, sold the devices on a mail-order of them came to the company long
basis for several years before sellingthe after Stamen had sold his invention
rights to the patent itself to what Even Craven who Joined the company
later became The Vendo Co. several years after the company
1c ) Today The Vendo Co. is listed on the acquired the patent couldn't
< ;; New York Stock Exchange did $110 remember who invented the basic
million worth of business in 1978, has model.! .
sales offices throughout Europe. But Craven remembered the Invention
Australia,Canada.Japan and the Far itself, which matches exactly the
East, and manufactures all types of original mail-order brochure which
vending machines. Starnes' son, Milton now owns The
Starnes' invention was simple, con- Stamen have only one aging.copy of
sisting of a rack to hold bottles in an the brochure left.
4Wi ; upright position and a lock device to
LL k1At\ fit on top of any type of dispenser. A After settling in KH In 1951. Slurries
customer would put a coin in the kicking went into the poultry business
Ss&atiS&f xiA 1 av v, device and push the opening establishing the first commercial egg;(
., around allowing one bottle to be business and bringing the first large
removed from the box. industry into the KH area He formed!
.,',. Herman Craven chief engineer of an agriculture cooperative( with II
1'jo. The Vendo Company, said the device other men, one of three In KH. He sold
,jo..ii, "meant you always collected on his interest in the cooperative( in t 19f t1)
but continued consultant for
every pop bottle because Pf'Oplecould as a
simply pull a bottle out of the many years.
old-type coolers used in the early days
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"Wheeling Along G 0 d'* ,1rJ'ay"......... Bible SchoolttrinKi Theme To Life To reveal art and conceal '
Mini-Storage Facility \ the artist Is art's aim." 1'1
I j .KIds In Bible School at Hope Baptist Church raised "Riding his new bike Has been great therapy for Oscar Wilde! I
"? '$245 In three days to buy Corby Broome a bicycle. him," his mother reports. j
Theme for the Hope Baptist Vacation Bible School in "The whole community worked together to de tit "
Application Approved Theressa was "Wheeling Along God's Way" The for Corby, one put the trlke together, one hid It at his ,J
- children attending! brought this theme to Hfe when they house, and another brought It to Corby on his truck." I'
collected enough money to buy an oversized tricyclefor Corby has two sisters,Yvette, (Sissy) tl, and Carla
In a minute session which set a Other requests for hearings on 13-year-old Corby Broome, of Hampton, who is 2 and a half,the eldest of which Is"very protective"of
record for brevity, the Bradford August 28 were: mentally retarded.The him, Jeannie says. ,1II I
County Zoning Board Tuesday night kids robbed their piggy banks, robbed their Corby attends special education classes at Starke a
July 31, approved the application of -John Hendry. from OR to BP for parents and brought large amounts of pennies in old Middle School. His teacher, Anna Clayton, ".. a fine +
Nancy Bloodgood for a change In son- operation of a furniture repair shop socks or whatever would hold them. They had only teacher" according to Mrs. Broome. Corby Is not In .
Ing on one-half acre of property on on one half acre seven miles northwest three days to get the money together and not only rais- the teachable class, but Is In the trainable. Mrs. \
Highway 100 South to permit operation of Starke on Highway 100 near ed enough to pay for the$195 toy, but raised$50 extra, Broome explained, "I have had to learn too. I've never
of a mini-storage facility. the Junction with SB-335 (Moody'sstore which they donated to their pastor, Rev. Merle been the mother of a child like Corby before, I used to :
The property is located across from corner). Packham, who Is hospitalized with cancer. always do things for him rather than making him do It :1
the antique store near the Junction of Corby, the son of James and Jeannie Broome, was himself, but Mrs. Clayton told me flat to let him do !
Highway 100 and SR-21B,and consists -Mrs. Antonio Rivera change from born a water head(hydrocephalic baby,a condition In things on his own." Lillian PearsonPEARSON 1
of two parcels one zoned R1C R1A (residential) on one acre three which a child's brain is filled with water. He has little The Broomes lived in a trailer park before moving to
(residential), and the other BR3.1.1 miles southwest of Keystone Heights control or coordination over the left side of his body. the farm six years ago. JOINS "
(neighborhood business). The new on Highway 21 near the Melrose 1II't.D.J" ., classification will be MS (Industrial). Beauty Shop.If approved,the propertp world for Corby. Before he could never go outside and RALPH BRYAN
Five new requests for hearings on will be sold for the operation of a play without being watched constantly,now he can and REAL ESTATE
rezoning were approved by the board Western Auto Store, which will be 'he knows not to go outside the fence." Realtor RALPH BRYAN, announced -
and will be heard at the next regular moved from its present location at Ever since Corby was a baby, doctors have been this week that
meeting, Tuesday, August 28. At least Highway: 21 and 21B. pessimistic about his future. They said he'd never LILLIAN C. PEARSON has
one, involving a used car and used walk, be potty trained or function as an Independent
farm equipment operation at the -Ceorge W. Roller, rezoning 1.3 citizen. In reality, Corby does walk and Is toilet train- joined the firm as a BrokerSalesman !
junction of Highway 100 and Forsyth acres, five miles northwest of Starkeon ed. He Is not an independent citizen but, according to and olllc ,
road is expected to generate opposition SR-200B (Peetsvllle road) from his mother, "he's on his way." At one time they even manager.Mrs. !
among some residents of the RIC to special uses permit to allow r said he would be a vegetable and die before the age of
area. At present, the business is being construction new Lawtey Church of four. Corby will be 13 in September. Pearson received herSalesman's ,
operated by Will Harris, who is ask Christ. He has come a long way, he can follow directions,
ing for rezoning from Open Rural to brush his teeth dress himself, stack blocks and last license In April,
BA (business) and RIC (residential) -Wade Behr change from OR to summer he learned to run, which may not seem like 1973, and has been an active
to allow/ use of a mobile home R-2 (multiple dwelling) on two acres very big feat to most but to Corby, who doctors once Brok.r since July 1974. She
residence and operation of a business on Highway 100 South (just north of said would never walk, it is a giant step, Mrs. Broome and husband, G.n., will be
on the property. Each of these uses Dr. Mullins) for purpose of construc-
requires 20,000 square feet. ting duplex and triplex apartments. .+++6 says.'To us, its an answer to prayer," said the cheerful residing In the former Pickerr.Ing .
young mother who winsome personality is undimmed home, at 212 Redgrave
after years of caring for a retarded son. St., which they recentpur!
I James Broome is a certified welder and mechanic chased.
Death Row Found
Escapee GuiltyDeath for the City of Gainesville. His wife explained, "he
comes from a family of all boys and he really wanted a
Row escapee Robert Lewis negotiations with Lewis' attorney, healthy son, he didn't get It, but he got other things Bryon said h. Is very proud to
was found guilty of his Nov. 18, 1978 Carol King Guralnlck of Miami. from Corby that he would not have gotten with a have Mrs. Pearson affiliated
escape Thursday in circuit court after healthy son." with his office and feels that
he pleaded no contest to the charge. Lewis could receive as much as a Record for the collection at a Hope Baptist Bible her added expertise will
Circuit Court Judge Ogee Fagan 30-year prison sentence to be served School was $45. The collection totaled only $30 when greatly service
refused a request to sentence Lewis consecutively with his death penalty. the kids found out, with only three days left that the Improve to .
immediately and ordered a pre- Guralnick told the judge Lewis Twelve year old Corby Broome rides the oversized tricy- oversized tricycle was meant for Corby, and that it their clients and customers
sentence Investigation.Lewis believed it to be in his best interest to cle given to him by children of the Hop Baptist Vacation cost $195.
end the escape case and to get on with Bible School.
escaped by hiding in a appeals on his murder conviction.She I f I
guard's uniform In a visiting room at asked the judge to waive a pre-
Florida State Prison and walked out sentence investigation, pointing out {BWtro
the rear gate posing as a guard.. who her client was already a Known felon Gardening With Caladiumsmatter I O
claimed: his wife had been in.salved in and had been convicted for murder. ?
an automobile accident.He Fagan denied her request saying
was captured 11 days later in he preferred the sentencing to be bas-- by Dr.Robert Black at planting time. A minimumof
Santee, S.C. by FBI agents. ed on the knowledge the court has UF Extension Horticulturist two pounds of garden fertilizer f3
gathered rather than the publicity the Both color and dimension can be added -, (8-8-8) per 100 square feet ((2 teaspoons 0CBWIJJIJ/l
Lewis was serving a death sentence court learned through the media. to the home flower garden with per square foot) Is suggested. ;,.
for the 1976 gangland-style slaying of Fagan ordered a PSI as quickly as the selective use of caladlums. Thereafter, apply one pound of 8-8-8
Joseph L. Richards in Jacksonville. possible, although Guralnick said she Caladiums are foliage fertilizer per 100 square feet ((1 teaspoon r ,
Lewis was going to be charged with cannot be back before the end of plants and are Tropical tropical American in per square feet) each month You Are Invited To Attend
battery of a law enforcement officer August because of two pending origin, with a large portion of them during the growing season. J 'I',
after he was involved in a fight with murder trials in Miami. coming from the Amazon basin in Wait until all danger of frost Is pastto Vacation Bible School '
several guards when he was returnedto Guralnick. who replaced Assistant Brazil. plant out In the open.Tubers shouldbe ; /,a
the prison. Public Defender shon Saxon as Two different types of caladiums planted two Inches deep and about At The ,
Assistant State Attorney Tom Lewis' attorney, said she will be are available-the fancy and lance 18 inches apart. Pack the soil firmly
Elwell announced the battery charge handling Lewis' death penalty appeals leaves types. The most popular and around them when planting. .
would not be filed as part of plea on the federal level. familiar is the fancy leaved If caladiums are started early In-
doors or purchased In pots, they
caladium. Large somewhat rounded MADISON STREET
leaves are characteristic of this type. should be hardened to outdoor conditions
I FSP Employee Charged With FelonyThe The distinguishing characteristic of by gradually exposing them to
the lance leaved type is a narrow, outdoor light and heat. For early
elongated leaf The length of the plants,sprout the tubers moist peat
former chief medical assistant Three more charges were brought leaves is similar to the fancy leaved moss, sand or loose soil. Place in BAPTIST CHURCH :
at Florida State Prison was arrested against Brevaldo for bringing 2,000 type but the plants are usually more larger pots or in garden beds as soon
Friday on 19 counts of carrying con tablets of Talwin into the prison and dwarf in statue .. as the roots begin to spread. If a
traband pills and marijuana into the selling It to prisoners for $ $200 {Caladlums add a *ool look to thy bloom shoots up. pinch It off or th-* ,..;:. .-..... -, 1 r
to. \
100-tablet bottle"1' >nirt- .nt arm robbed '
food for
prison and selling It to nmates;ln11\I' per nimmer and plant will be 01 needed onSt.'t
garden are eas/to ?
grow 900 Vf. dl I Sa
George E. Brevaldo, 37, of 5400 Col- Brevaldo netted three more providing the gardener observes a leaf production. ; .
lins Road,Jacksonville, was arrestedin charges for receiving unlawful com- few basic growth guidelines. Plant There is a wide choice of colors in t' "
Duval County and booked at the pensation for official behavior for the caladium tuber in moderatelyrich selecting caladiums for the yard. The
Bradford County Jail. He Is being selling the contraband while supposedly well-prepared soil in a shaded or popular candidlum and White : August 6.10 \
held on $2,000 bond, after having a working at FSP.A partly shaded location. Soils for Christmas varieties are white with : -lJ"t
first appearance hearing before caladiums should be and con- strongly contrasting green veins..
Elzie Sanders. charge of grand theft was also porous These varieties brighten shaded $' .
County Judge
tain matter.These conditions
Brevaldo organic 7:00: to 9:00: P.M.
brought against after he
121ounts'of areas and are handsome
Brevaldo was charged on insure aeration, drainage, and suffi- particularly
introducing contraband Into the bought drugs from Starke drug stores cient for when interspersed with white .
water-holding capacity proper "
and charged them to the state, Elwell "
prison. According to Assistant State growth.To obtain these soil conditions geraniums white petunias, ,
Tom Elwell, Brevaldo had said. variegated vines or hydrangea. n.
Attorney it Is generally necessary to For Adults Through Nursery
Investigator Wiley Clark began
carried marijuana Into the prison in looking into the matter after prison amend either clay or sandy soils with Whether In a container, in massesor
his underclothing and shoes during a I '
organic matter. Sources of organic as border material, this popular
inspector L. E. Turner found drugs
period from November 1978 to March matter include coarse peat moss,well summer annual will provide color accent -
1979. missing. rotted manure, or well rotted leaf to the home garden all summer Come One Come All !
mold. long for very- ttle cost and upkeep.
The caladium Is rugged, but it will
not tolerate the full summer sun. For -- .
I Helen Patten Killed in Collision Near Monticello best results, plant caladiums In a -- -
semi-shaded location. From 40 to 60

Mrs. Helen Patten widow of the when the accident occurred. Due to percent shade is considered ideal. POUR ON THE
late Circuit Judge George L. Patten, road construction work on the four- The fancy leaved varieties can be us- ,
of Starke, died Monday when her late lane highway she had slowed speed ed in areas exposed to full/ sun for one ..
model Cadillac burst into flames aftera while approaching the Aucilla River to two hours per day, preferably in THIS I ,
log truck crashed into the rear of the bridge. A fully-loaded tractor-trailer, the cooler morning hours. Longer ex-
car on U.S. 27 about 12 miles south of hauling logs, was about 100 feet posure destroys the chlorophyll in the :
Monticello.A behind her and could not stop in time leaves and limits growth. Overex- SUMMER!)
resident of High Springs, Mrs. when Mrs. Patten slowed her car to posur* to full sun may cause foliage
Patten was driving east at 2.20: p.m. about IS mph while crossing the bleaching o. even burning of the thinner -
bridge.As leaves varieties.
The caladium prefers a moist soil
the truck crashed Into the car's but not a soggy or poorly drained one.
Graham ON THE LINE left rear, the vehicles hooked together' Overwatering in poorly drained soil y -a .+ I
and the Cadillac was lifted up onto the will cause decay of the fleshy tubers
guard rail. They slid along together or roots. Mulching plants and main'
Monday NightThe until the logs broke loose and fell into taining a high relative humidity are Ii
the river causing the truck to Jackknife beneficial in maintaining healthy, i
first statewide, phone-in Inter- and pull the car back onto the turgid foliage. If soils are allowed to -f V* f\
view program, ON THE LINE: WITH road according to a highway dry, wilting occurs rapidly. Foliage '
GOVERNOR BOB GRAHAM will be patrolman.The loss is likely if plants remain wilted CENTRAL \
broadcast Monday.' Aug. 6, at 8 p.m. patrolman ran toward Mrs. for any considerable length of time. td A
on Channel 5. Patten's car but it exploded into Caladiums respond to proper fer-
flames and he could not reach her in tilization. A complete fertilizer should HEAT
Graham has been invited to explainor time to'save her from the burning be mixed with the soil and organic & AIR I
defend his sometimes controversial vehicle. .
policies to viewers who will be Completely Installed \ '
able to phone in their questions to a .,.
special collect number L
Tallahassee. Moderated by 1J(AA 2-TON

WFSU'S Ed Hula, ON THE LINE: ..4 Mti w %Bf3F%*'
differs from other political interview lit sNr. ,
broadcasts in that viewers questions aria-I ( any necessary elec.l work) ....

are not filtered through the .. WE SERVICE '
moderator, but are presented directlyby : ALL MAKES ; .

them to the Governor. ,i1; f<: ;;, ;-c1tm i :; :>' AIR AND CONDITIONING MODELS OF CENTRAL : .

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Florida State Prison Inmate who .. ,: /" } .. .. '' .. .. .. ;
walked off a prison poultry farm was 3iB. dr '; f&ftri : CONTRACTS. AVAILA1LESAWYER, :
captured and charged with escape otn, k". neEnH: tn.e:
Monday by County Judge Elzie ,' ; .,... .;"
Sanders.Everett Wesley Rice, 34.walked off :, i' ;, .No" :,.. rtQyQi. !. '. ''tJifjfolm.\rtrye:; : .\;"' ." .f.m..;."nt.''i' > >: .. rriCl'.. ;
his job at the Union Correctional 2'opi. f.": ont : P ymE! tt: :: U: Qijttf \:':, "
stitute poultry] farm July 2IS, according 'f
to David Skipper Department of :> lVMMMHMMMlHlMMNlMaVlNMWHMHHMWlMlMlr YA or FHA .. ..:'4:" : I
Corrections information specialist. r. ,( I ..I
Two other medium-custody in.: LOMGCHAMPU.S. '
mates Leo Brown. 47, and James
Allen Newbauer.34, who escaped July AIR '
19 from UCI are still at large DOMES INC.
The two stole a truck from the UCI ,
motor pool and the truck was found 301 &, 084.6SS3'"Stark.. Re. THE NK CONOITIONINa EXPf ftYS
later near the Jacksonville Civic t1 v I'I
Center by Duval County sheriffs. -I II
FBI agents will handle the Incidentnow

according to Skipper.
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Starke Florida 32091

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Don't Spend Money Until You Dear Editor:
; We moved here to Starke

from Perm., and when we

found out that we could get a
"The mountain labored and brought forth a what programs to fund home here
town paper Just
mouse. board last week. In :
like we had back home, we
Brown said that
1, This ancient proverb may be applied to the federal matching nor I really were glad. It has 'local
present struggle of county commissions all the programs are good and out of town news. It keeps
over the state to trim fat from their upcoming to deciding which to everyone up to date on hap-
budgets without lopping off too much necessary \ in penings here and around our

meat. There is no doubt near-by towns

1 Bradford County commissioners met July 24 ween the traditional is James Mltzel
for the purpose of slimming down the em- It took $292,500 from P.O.BOX54BStarke.
bryonic 1979-80 budget, now in making, but the budget for the the- Fla. 32091
after reviewing it line by line, they came up are used again to
i. with cuts totaling only $26,700 from the it will only postpone Dear Editor:
$2.418,186 total. Tuesday night they met again and will compound the The Telegraph Is the best

for the same purpose and managed to whittle when 1980-81 A FEW COMMENTSON way to catch up on the news In
away another$5,700, far short of the $125,000 to With reserves depleted THE ISSUE Starke and surrounding communities -
$150,000 that County Clerk Gib Brown thinks would be in the .
r necessary to shed in order to get the budget in several years ago "What a marvelous 100th Anniversary )
tax levy by 2.754 : edition! I thought someone had Starke has the best mer-
back to where
receipts equal expenditures sent me The New York Times. chants around and their
painful effects of that
eliminating deficit spending.Brown's .
-Currie Merchant
the memories of Madison Fla. advertisements and sales are
greatest concern is not with the alike. : the best.
'79-80 budget now in the making. He thinks ends ) "There is just 'no way I can keep And in the "people you
can be made to meet, after severe cuts of Sometimes there is from' congratulating you on the know" section you can catchup
course, by tossing more funds into blem except to take the ) Centennial issue of the Telegraph,
reserve the
of and let the staff know their "blood, on your friends and
pot to fill the gap. But if this is done, the real the chips !fall where sweat, and tears" are truly ap- neighbors are doing.
crunch will come at 1980-81 budget making mixed metaphor. preciated."
time Brown says. That, in his opinion will be taken drastic action, -Gloria (Johns) GlinesJacksonville
R. Cribbs
the day of reckoning. Demands and costs will the commission ,Fla. Mary Alton
still be mounting and there will be kind in the new budget 401 Rd.
little or no
the "It will be a treasure for years to Starke Fla 32091
reserve left to toss into the pot in order to avoida for 1979-80 would come. There is so much history that I
big increase in tax millage.In 197879no increase didn't know about and so well writtenin
which they had control. detail that It makes it a paper all --
defense of the Commission, let it be said made only by cutting Bradford of."and Union Countians can be :

that the budgetary troubles do not stem from proud MarJorie Driggers, fORESTRY

any wild spree of spending or wasteful extravagance Similar waves were by Lake Butler,Fla. IN MAIfOtt COUNTY
in the operation of various county County Commission
departments. Much of it comes by way of state- from county of "Congratulations" on a job well

mandated programs and expenditures caused other constitutional be) done. -Melba Ilgen by Mark Fries
by the new policy of passing the buck to coun- jected county income at Keystone Heights,Fla.
ties to pay for services previously funded by the with a seemingly
state. missioners called -

county departments, of

For instance, the county is now compelled to before them to justify Most times
there Is
assume maintenance of 112.8 miles of secon- After the discussions, Py anything about destructive no way acts to do of
dary road previously maintained by the state, department heads that of nature.
with more to be added in the future. Expensesof funds in their

the beleaguered Road & Bridge Fund (now tion, but funding must for even But in when the case It comes of trees to there lightning is away ,

called Transportation Trust Fund) have risen level, plus five per out. The answer? You protect
from $570,785 in the 1977-78 budget to$645,208 in nel cuts were made, PRIZE WINNERSIN that prized tree in your yard the same
the current year, and a projected $711,881 in budget reductions was LETTER CONTEST way you protect your home..with a

1979-80- increase of $258,904 in a three-year ment slots budgeted Following are the three best letters lightning rod.'Homeowners.

period. The term "maintenance" includes I received in our Centennial contest, have come to realize
mowing, patching pot holes, and even the erec- What do you do ) "Why I Read The Telegraph." One of the added value trees give their pro-
tion of signsall previously done by the state. There may be any the winners has already received her perty. Therefore, it stands to reason
prize. If the other two will contact that
our one which adds exceptionalvalue
none perhaps as Ct'f
office they may have a choice of a or one which holds historic or
Other state-mandated the cost of by a black county
programs Centennial T-shirt or Centennial ash sentimental associations, should be
which must be shared by the county, include days of Reconstruction tray. protected. Likewise, a tree that could
mental health, close to$50,000 a year; the coun- Although his cause damaging lightning bolt side effects -
ty's share of the Medicaid program, another short, his commonsense Dear Editor, to buildings or people should be
$50,000 or so, and a brand new burdenpay- board started rubber given special consideration.A .
ment of county audits, heretofore borne by the ment with insufficient I have known of the lightning rod system can provide
stateestimated at another $40,000 or more. No black commissioner Telegraph for 55 years and this protection.When properly installed -
wonder the commissioners are burning the have been a subscriber for 40 it will serve as a path for the electricity

midnight oil and biting their nails in frustra- "Mister chairman, I of years. 'I have lived In 6 different ting the to, usually without hurt

tion. any more money until states and the

.. Telegraph has followed me To protect the tree the Florida
"The time has finally come for the commis- And therein, perhaps where ever I lived. I am local Division of Forestry recommends

sioners to make some priority decisions on ing all budgetary to now and look forward to be that accomplished1)the following: conditions should

Thursday for the paper to
) Attach an air terminal as near
catch up on all news that can the top of the tree as possible.The ter.
I Laurel School be published for the public. minal should extend a foot or so above
to BoardWe To me the Telegraph is like the highest part of the tree.

one of the family that is on 'The
-2) conductor cable, which ex-
tends from the air terminal to the
tossed a dart at four members of the up a program now, the ground rod, should be made of mesh
Bradford County School Board, excepting take advantage of those copper wire. The conductor cable

member J.T. Parrish, after it failed to take action legislature does appr"r BY and clamps attached should also so be as made to allow of copper for

to appoint a community education director new catagory.No Bobby "I 7 diameter growth of the tree.

new positions were Taylor -3) The ground rod should be six to
However the board asked to have the matter sibilities among ten feet long at least '? inch in ,
: : diameter and made of :
placed on the agenda at a later meeting and center have been shifted metal. The rod should copper-coated be installed :.
subsequently approved a title change from education coordinator beyond the drip line of the tree.
assistant to Stable flies are also common in the
principal community education
instead of :The stable bite is
simply fly's
gram, summer. pain- -4)
director in the Bradford-Union Vocational- Bury the conductor cable from
ful and causes Irritation and
principal., the base of the tree to the
Technical ground rod.
We let
go with both barrels weakness in cattle. In sever cases a It should be
no than six
more Inches
because we feel the public school system should lot of blood Is lost The bite woundsare underground
The move should, as to prevent damage to .
be for ALL the people it can help, not just from rish'repeatedJy pointed fection.sometimes sites for" secondary In the tree's root system in the event of a :
8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for youngsters in regular than allow state tax lightning strike. :
classrooms. Now let's come down just as Stable flies breed in soggy hay.
with a laurel to the entire school county. grain or feed; piles of moist" lennen- -5)) Any tree over three feet in
boar ting weed or grass cuttings; spilled diameter should be protected by at '
If the community green chop; peanut litter seaweed least two complete lightning rod
increase the capacity of deposits along .. and units. Large limbs can Be protectedby
In reconsidering the matter the school assist sometimes in manure mixed with installing Individual terminal
board showed people, young hay. For effective control the points and attaching their conductor
education foresight and a concern for a new lives, it can be tossed breeding site must be found and cables to the main trunk cable.
program which could prove helpful dispersed to allow drying. Animal
in areas not now being reached by the school treatments are limited to fogging or For tips on other ways to insure
system. The title change puts the local school Extending education mist applications of insecticide. healthy and beautiful trees In your
district teach adults,. and landscape, consult
in for some $26,000 in state com- The cattle grub is another serious forester. your local
munity education funds it would not be eligible lives is an idea the state summertime pest which causes high

to receive without a community education the school board has economic losses. The flies may cause As I mentioned a few weeks ago.the
director. position to take, considerable weight loss from the Division of Forestry Is now taking
frantic efforts of the cattle to
dollars which could escape orders for bare root seedlings. Prices
them. The value of the
carcass drops
Plus, Supt. Tom range from $I to $30 per 500 trees
Casey tells the board the because where the grubs are found ordered. The trees
state indicates it will fund community educa- So, let's aim a few the flesh becomes greenish yellow, the fire tower on SR are-loo, between to
tion heavier in the next few years. By setting board. : jelly-like in appearance and unfit for Starke and Lake Butler. Order forms
human The hide's value
consumption. can be
picked up at my office in the
is also lowered because of holes cut In Agriculture Building on US-301N In '
I the skin by larvae. Starke.
I ; .
_ORIo .RADfORD Timing of treatments for control is
The grubs must be killed
.11 Si'.CI879; Important.
; ,i .. 4 before they reach the gullet or spinal MUCHWEILER. Germany
i : ill '; m "If. : g cord. because killing grubs in these (AHTNC)July 25-Sgt Gary A. Hill,
: areas can cause swelling and son of Mrs. Jess Ford 2910 S.W. 20th
O paralysis. In our area the cutoff date Ave.. Gainesville. recently was
,11j. ,,' ( 0 BOB O.FERGUSON- for grub treatment Is August 31. assigned as a military policeman with _

I : ,! f' SINCE U7t --,1'10,", Publishers. ,, Sprays mended,dips for,cattle and pour-ens grub control are recom-but the Muchweiler 80th Ordinance Germany. Group In .

/ ; Published '" 'pour-ons: give best results. '> ".',
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I. ; each Thursday and entered as second Class .. The
Matter at the Post OftKe at Starfce. If. sergeant attended Pikes., Peak '
i March 3. II". For more detailed Information Community. College Colorado '; :
SprIngs -
I. y' Subscription rate IN. trrM..raa! Iff Per. Vary IS Sis Mon'.... about these pests and others which- .
,'p"....'U-'JOJ Outside tr.......i .Per. Tear SS.9.Six Mntti ,'. test cattle in the summer months callor -,. m. lnhr '
f' com by your County Agent's Of- ; H81. dive on
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t SaturdayThe
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,, ..egrap"'LoUl.e/ ,ew Sod.l. D./o "
Klngsley Lake Property center on Hiftnayi at the lake.
t' ., Owners .. .1 964.7608 Flea Market all day Saturday Aug., kind, from clothing to furniture or j
from 9 till 3. In the KLPOA civic knic knedu Is asked to contribute 1

*r them for sate with
proceeds going to
: improve the club building. The center
: ; Deborah and Anderson wW be open for receiving Items on
Harper Friday. Aug. 3, starting at 1 p.m.
s Items may also be received on appointment

by telephoning Ceralu
Married Moran at 63t; -2t02.
; July 8 in Garden Wedding

Mary & Vernon Smith

Deborah Lee Harper daughter of tended as maid of honor. She wore a I 1 'emsN
streamers were hung from the top of y
Mr. and Mrs.
Harper of floor length dark blue gown with the the awnings. Celebrate 30th'WeddingAnniversory
Lawtey and Rex Eugene Anderson. bodice trimmed with lace and flower t ,N
Jr. son of Ret.) Chief covered rick-rack. She carried a silk The punch table held two cut glass 1t'
sand Mrs. Rex Anderson of Stare flower arrangement of mixed punch bowls and was centered with / I
*-, were united in marriage Sunday July mums and pompoms. an arrangement of mixed powers
\.8 at 3 p.m. at the home of the groom's Serving punch were Paula Andersonand
'parents.Rev. 'The bride given in marriage by her Sandy Harper. Becky Harper and r A party for Mary and Vernon Smith
father wore floor length satin gown Vicky Anderson cut the cake. was held Friday night, July 20 in
Henry E. Browder. Sr.,grand honor of their 30th
with chiffon overskirt. The gown Assisting were Miss DenIse DowUng wedding anniversary
father of the bride performed the featured at Smith Brothers Body in
1 an empire waist bodice and Mrs. L.C Early. Shop
'nuptials.. covered with lace and high collar ? Starke.
The wedding and reception was covered and trimmed with Taco. The Following a wedding trip to Disney ,. a 1 Approximately 2SO friends attended
'held on the lawn where a brass archway long dace sleeves had wide cuffs that World the couple is residing at a the event.
was covered with green vines. butt mad The train was attached to Homestead.The Everyone was entertained by a live
the back of the dress and 'r band "Gold Rush" from Green Cove
On each side were mixed flower ar was bride and groom'are both
rangements. Two awnings (donatedby decorated with flowers made of lace. zraduates of Bradford High School. + Springs.
DeWitt C. Jones) were set up for She wore a diamond necklace a gift She graduated in 197 and he ,i' For the evening the large body shop
,the reception area. In this area there'' from the groom. A white satin bow In graduated in 1978. was turned Into a dance floor for
were three tables for the cake punch her hair secured her veil that had lace everyone's enjoyment. Food and
and gifts. flowers attached to H. She carried an The groom Is an Airman first class refreshment were served.
arrangement of silk pink roses, blue In the Air Force stationed at
Out of state for the
guests occasion
Miss' Karen Reddish organist mums and pompoms. Homestead Air Force base an Is In the
: played the bride and groom's favorite 3ist E.M.S. squadron.Out were Mr. and Mrs. Jon Smith and
.,love The reception was also held on the
.i songs. lawn under two awnings. The three of town guests were Mr. and ti
Elbert Eugene Gowens of Las tables were covered with white cloths Mrs. Bob Browder and family of
Vegas Nev. served as best man. and decorated with the flowers from California and Elmer Browder and Phyllis D. Collier.
Miss Phillis Collier of Starke at the wedding. Blue and white son from Alaska

Joseph Si:'Nelson ,

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rNOTICE ,f .
{ + ToWedAugust4
I Phyllis Denise Collier daughter of
The Telegraph wishes to announce I
LeoAL mu 01''
that the regular Society: Editor Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Collier of

Florid tmk otI. rah.hark. B Gladys Mooty,.will be on leave ternt I Starke. invites you to her marriage to
porarily.Any social news Items of In- I T Joseph Sanford Nelson, son of Olandand Mrs.
Irdred nwida 'Z091 f terest should be called or brought In I Lorraine Hatfleld of Merritt
1 |to The Telegraph Office at 135 W. Call 4 ,r Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Nelson of

488fT .r cur I 0 Ill! |I your Street ,":430S. Thank you for t -- --. '........,.'&J'j" ....- ........-.:.... "'II....: {.Iii1!>>..... Jrno"" Jacksonville.p.m. Saturday The, August wedding.. at will the beaU First
K inoa |
... j Assembly of God Church in Starke.
C.duo- ,MoMtumnaUS. t ----.J. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson. Jr.
> Trooaury ooourltMOUIoallona . I Reception will follow.
a ol olhor .. Ina wwrrbrr .
U orrwwN Aarww All friends and relatives are invited
4 Obiigationo' ol atatao and/aNlell ttANMllaa..tla IAatN Mrw A '. -,.. ...... --- attend.
All ottw aammioot W to
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10 /Moot......ownod otnor ttiofl saw pioinlioo roIL
AH otftor OWMUIt It
TOTAL AIMTS Iwo.of arM t thru 111UABILlTlia II
5 t M Jason Robert Thigpen
II Oonond doooollo o poflnorohlpo. ond oorporollono to
14 Tlmo' ond Mvlnoo dvpoort dl__.._'''.an0 oorporationo) u ,. rr Mr. and Mrs. Edgar (Buddy)
'II, Oopoolto of Unnod Moloo Owommonr 1t1 / P t Thigpen of Orange Park announce the ,
Oopoolto"M" ann. ol dopoWoII Stotoo ond pqN/ III Na_IAd lobo rov. n w 1 birth of a son. Jason Robert, born Ju

Coot_ Ana omcoro' ohooto 1e ly 22 at 5:10: p.m. three miles outside
1Taw Oogmto'Iwo o. Korw 11 thru 111 I/ of Waldo. The car Mrs. Thigpen was
0 Totol donund doooolt la. riding in blew tire and the
a baby was
b Total era and oavinio dwooitt tberFMMr
Meet Nlrrra aAa Newest. sea anati rlawww ..'__ '. ;,< N delivered In the back seat of the car
n\l"1"'Y Teaasqa.w-..,,",,,,,"'_ >.woa. mo uj,jnmva...+* t tAN :. .: :. .. ; ". /t i 'i. '+ t. ni'L by the Waldo Fire and Rescue team.
3Ynro1"'rblaaYA trr: : : AnCIUMAryI.AnMUnio.1/illt/ tA" IS hvieTt7 II +)rNff' JRi 'r 1 ry a i r The baby weighed 8 Jbs 4 pZ..J

... atria,KcbiiiilMM p Maternal grandparents) are MK:and
TOTAL LiABiUTlla' (lawranaraarwnalal ngAA aM aAUanwAal' 1 IAwI rbur 11 tlN 111 Neaeaaarw Mrs. Fred Phillips) of Lake Butler.
paw Ina aw.gwaA n
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7NNNnO .. ouwondlnga. no" Karl Hoist of Starfce. Paternal grandparents -
21. Co nmon StoCR No No ohoffM Muw outtiortrMlX IwuraNa : ::: CvalMmu. O7 are Mr. and Mrs. Bobby GUI

21 SurplM at of Orange Park. Mrs. Gill Is the
UMNIaa, pronto ond iooor.0 tor oonfmgonclao. Ana alter steer IaIAIYN N former Faye Thigpen of Starke.
30 TOTAl IOUITV' CWITAl Hum a>,Iran M thru It) im Paternal
ouL IKBILniH' 'NH tQUITY CAPfUL(jum ol Homo>4,>,ond M a ;.,' xli A 1 great grandmother is Mrs.
MEMORANDA/ .1 Mildred Thigpen Heath of Starke.
t Amount M of raport era I V Paternal
ouWwitflfH A greai-great grandmother is
a Standby lnr of.r Jll./ total h y A+In. Lois Thigpen of Starke.
b Tim MrtHwUM 4 OpoMt M dotnemifwllont of$100000 or mot* lae
Other two at/etla ,in.VIMUM of>100 000 or_ lat Jason. Robert Joins a 2V* year old
Avfjrao to*30 rlnMr dv<.r aranear l AmNnl tntUtg witfiuw noon wa sister.
1 TqN wawa. 1 Itar.pweA 10 Nan ro aaw11, _.., hw4 BHS Class of 1969 Holds 10-Year ReunionThe '---
nt.l rY n!WM/M' -" M qbNM.rl M raw Mt awM-nr M w w.
laaMa.. '?.aIwM -1 aMwlWW atta/1NM raw -W1,1na0 Mr, and Mrs. Mike Hlnman.
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tqp AYrM0Ai2/a A/,41 COw llLlagN1 Iq P171 Lawtey announce the birth of their
to4- 64- y I ItIM graduates of Bradford High School held their 10 Second row I l-r! ; by maiden names), Janice I lollIngnworth. daughter Jaime Desire, born July
MO imi 01 an wnauu n a/a man ra Ar_ anw.nen w Ar.rN.r r M tAan Nariaer year class reunion on Saturday. July 21. at the Starke Golf Susan Autry. Cindy Sink Ginger Baldwin Cleo 26 at 3:13: p.m. In Shands Teaching
,wrIM l MrroPA ww M r-AraMl r ra,4y M eawttrla w awn M Ian w ar n 1nAuth WIw & Country Club. They would like to thank Mrs. George Foriyth. Linda Durrance. Diane Temtone. Betty Des, Bon Hospital Gainesville She Joins her
l JAnw n. -h', nwnNa n M k NaA W a.NarONAfVnC1 Flyers Mrs. Bob MUner.Mrs. Bob Patterson and all others nie GriUli. Connie Eunice Margie llerndon. sisters. Alicia and Michel.
On 010rrC10aIw.1 who audited making the reunion a success.
'..--IJ d .. ... Third row /1-rl) Richard Lee Evelyn Sinclair Marilyn '.
r a Ira1odInrIYWb Pictured above are, bottom rows ll l-r) Mike Mitchell. Lee Sally Moore. Sheryl Ward Sharon Rowe, Debbie Hill. STEVE
rwwrw www ANw_rY 2"Jr bd JLI, /,);. John Torode. Bill Brown. Ray Lowery. Randy Hayes Reggie Elaine Foster, Larry Turner, Kay Smith Nancy Bell,
..........., ., ,+n," :tg'\l'tll4ol"--. .( .:w. ;it.c ina?_ Norman Billy Smith. Freddie Ms yad. Stanley Marilyn Patterson, Sheila Taylor. Vickie Thomas, Jamie BROADWAY'
:lwk.4Ar.k. ll Crawford. Bruce Haddock. Jim Knight. McMurtrie,Tryphenla McRae.

Fourth rows II l-r) Jamie llolbrooks.. Tommy Chsstaln,
Roy Jackson. Bill Adams Greg Nichols Billy Hugglns.
HI Melody Cuttino, Dotty Rhoden. Jane Crosby Mary Jane *Removal
HAVE USED Dees. Linda Colson,Elizabeth Thornton Eleanor Lee Debbie
Hardy *Trimming
Fifth row: (1-Mickey Moore Steve Roster J.S.Waters. *Free Estimates

Paul Norman. Ronnie Sellers, Don Hardy. Lamar Norman Afl.r 5.00 pm
Paul Wheeler.l Frank Tomlinson, Pate Gaisett John Lee 473.4732
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'C 1 '(Cutting: Height Important Lawn I

'P&YPC2( .qJC9CU. ClUt:1\ :

., by Dr.Robert Black chi Meyer 1 to S inches and
f. UFExtensloa Horticulturist Emerald 1/3: to 1 Inch Common her I

Mrs. Margaret E. North,a residentof The older youth group of the First L. David and Betty Sutliff and sons Mrs. H.B. McLendon and Mu..+ mudagrassea can be mowed Wl/S: to 1
Starke since 1933 has moved to Methodist Church Starke, left Mon- enjoyed cruise aboard the luxurious: Alice Meister, returning to..Grlando La care is a.year round, job In inch while the hybrids bermudagrasses j
Gainesville where she Is residing in day for an MYF Retreat in the KOA Emerald Seas to Nassau and from Gulf Breeze where they attend* FloridI can be' clfeped as low as I
the Mtlhopper Pines Apartments on campground In Cherokee N.C. Youth Freeport,Bahamas recently. Visits to ed the marriage'' of their grandson However, as warm weather approaches 1/3-inch. I
; Milhopper Road. director of the church Rev. Don Denton historic and quaint Nassau and Mark Meister, to Karen Gray, are the growth rate of the grass The correct cutting height Is important
and his wife Dottle accompaniedthe modem Freeport included shopping, spending several days with Mrs. Increases which means mowing frequency to the health of your lawn. The
: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edwards of group as counselor.. Some 22 sightseeing and beautiful beaches. McLeadon's brother, E.L.'Matthews.; also increases. Mowing is an leaves crust: produce enough food to
s Jacksonville are proud to announce young people attended. This Is an annual Daylight sailing from Nassau to on Klngsley Lake. essential part of lawn care. The allow UM plant survive and grow If
;the adoption of a 4 months old son, retreat for the youth group.They Freeport gave passengers and oppor- height to which the lawn Is cut and too much of the leaves are removedthe
S:David Wayne, on July 24. The maternal will enjoy hiking and sightseeing also. tunity to bask in the tropical sun and how often it is cut are important to the grass will starve and your sod will
: grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. have a dip in the pool. ;" "': SERVICEMENSeaman health of the grass. become thin, look bad and be more
sJohn Dodd of Gainesville. The paternal The height to which a lawn should susceptible to invasion by weeds and
1 grandmother is Gladys Edwards Mrs. N.N. Norton of Tampa Is t .Bret Marehaat be mowed depends on the type of p Witch high eatspongy the
of Crosby Lake. visiting her sisters, Mrs. W.C. Ward, New resident of SUrke are Warren Complete Recruit Training grass, Its growth habit and texture. buildupests a (a layer of
Mrs. Allen Moore, and Mrs. lass and Lori Rauhofer and their two sons Coast Guard Seaman Bret A. Mar- Pensacola and Paraguayan plant debris) and produces a ragged
Mrs. John E.Watson and Mrs. Ran- Kelly. Hunter 17,and Eric 12.They moved to chant son of William H. and Loretta' bahiagrass should be cut from 3 to 4 looking lawn.
.dy Johns attended the School of Christian Starke from South Carolina and are J. Marchant of 887 N. Walnut St., inches high while Argentine The frequency of mowing is dependent -
Mission at Florida Southern Col- residing In the Paul Brown home on Starke; 'has completed recruit: trainIng bahiagrass is beet cut from :2 to 3 inches on the type of lawngrass, the
.lege in Lakeland Friday through Sunday Bessent Road which they purchased at the Coast Guard Training. high. Bot Cen maintenance program and the
,: The 13 member 1934 Senior class of Center; Cape May N.J. tlpedegrau can be maintained from 1 weather. Warm weather and heavy
Chiefland High School and their During the ten-week training cycle, 1/2 to 2 Inches high. St. fertilization will Increase the growth
IT spouses had the first reunion at Joe W. Williams returned last week trainees studied general military sub Augustinegrass cultivars vary in the rate of grasses, as a result they will
Manatee Springs State Park below from two-weeks' stay in West Ger- tacts: designed to prepare them for proper cutting height. Cutting height need to be mowed more often. Your
BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST Chiefland on Saturday July 28. M.B. many where be visited his son, Capt. further academic and on-the-job for Ro lawn and common Is 3 to 4ln- lawn should be cut frequently enough
Jordan was principal then and he and Bruce Williams, who la stationed at training leading toward their chew, for Bitterblue, ScottslOSlz and that no more than 1/3 of the leaf surface
DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS Mrs. Jordan were special guests. The Hahn Air Force Base near Tranben- qualification In one of the CoastGuard's Floratam Is:2 to inches,while dwarf Is removed at a time.
Senior sponsor and her husband were .toured there. Mr 26 basic occupational fields. Floratine may be cut as low as 1 to:2 Carpetgrass and Centipedegrass may
also present. A delightful time was Williams Holland, Belgium, A 1977 graduate of Bradford High Inches. Zoyslagrasses also vary Incorrect not need to be cut more often than
had by all They hope to have another England, and Scotland with his son, School, Marchant joined the Coast cutting heights: Z. japonica once every 10 to 14 days while hybrid
964.7954 reunion next year. and also enjoyed a aide trip to Paris, Guard in May 1979. should be cut to a height of 2 to 3 in'SAVE Bermudagrasses may need to be cut
every 3 days. Most lawngrasses fit
within this range The important
"', thing to remember Is leave twice as
INSTEAD OF SHOPPING ALL OVER TOWN much leaf surface as you remove at a
sine mowing. Or,. if you want to
:- your lawn at 2 Inches cut
I GA$ : your grass when it is 3 Inches high.
5AVK ..yoyr little neigtitooriiGQiJepariinenl It is Important to follow good mow
SHOP ALL OVER ECKERD'S ing practices. Keep your lawnmower
T1MEISAVEt sharp and clean.Dull blades will tear
the leaves giving an uneven ragged
.. appearance and often cause the lawn
to look gray or brown. Cutting grass
HURRICANE when it is wet clogs the mower and
I s J } AGREE J often causes an uneven cut.
SHAMPOO OIL LAMPS : Remember, proper mowing is one
Choose from Rose H
8-ounce botts..3 y BALLPOINT r of the most factors
Petal Princessstyle
ECKERD types. LIMIT 1 .or. REG $ .19 BIC PENS tributing to an attractive lawn. Proper
I g < i : Ii mowing means that the grass is
ASPIRIN -- 388 Y SKI .".'.polnl.Medium In cut at the optimum height and often
Bonleof too.5 grain. blu. only enough to keep it healthy and attrac

Protects aun sensitive" / ALUMINUMFOLDING QUICKSILVER Ga. Bulldog Alumni
skin 4-ounce bottleLIMIT i I
29 26*nOS'loam* mattress.REG 21 Rolling ball Al Holds Banquet A ug. 1 0 :
$34,88 JESS-' FO/ 9 8.. Ink blue or black 4 The Georgia Bulldog-Alumni Club I

REQ,98* EACH 11 of Jacksonville will hold its annual

ISOPROPYLALCOHOL coaches banquet on Friday,August 10
EASTMAN 910 5-SUBJECT in the Dolphin Room of the Gulf Life
a 16-ounce plastic GLUE Tower. Fellowship will begin at 8:30:
bottle. LIMIT 1 Permanently bond. y NOTEBOOK J'' p.m. followed by a buffet dinner at 8
moat surfaces. I9200lInedaheete. p.m. The featured speaker and guest
MYLANTAANTACID 24e REQ $1 49 I of honor for the evening will be
REG. $2.39
8&STPGAS Georgia head football coach Vince
Dooley. Also on the program will be
12-ounce. borne Lowsodium. JOVANMUSK head basketball coach Hugh Durham
LIMIT 1 w OIL COLOGNE THE ORGANIZE, 4' and retiring athletic director Joel
2-ounc*spray Eaves.
atfogne LIMIT 1 TREATMENT DATA CENTER For advance reservations send a
e ""bottle
SS SO VALUE graaddittv*. OrTHETRAPPERI T check for$11 per person by August 8th
2 99 REG. SI.09 KEEPER payable to the Georgia Bulldog-
Everything you will need Alumni Club of Jacksonville to P.O.
67 lo organize your Important 1 Box 587, Atlantic Beach, Fla. 32233.
papers REQ ( M+ Tickets after August 8th and at the
aoa.aos..lCI.JMII YOURDAIWA4Ie4@OyI. door will be Sl250.: For [
OtSJ.>OSJL8jUE ptATCftauwurt :f 1. :if :tt.If- "Wort rlfgarding e> qiieftcaTl( roU'-Jim u

L.N+w .... ," ZH Walker at 7780830.Reynolda .
beenng. speed

.- WILKINSONSTAINLESS 199 .. reifie REQ. $2.399 f PAPER CONSTRUCnoug Recycling

'. BLADES _. .. .... I I neet. Paying For Aluminum
.o ',0.' -"-,< i
"jf ... .,.. 5
-- -" '" -: "/ colors. .
; DouWeeOoe Packets. 2/99",40.
LIMIT 1 I 2-PIECE E310C / 12, 98-size EACH r Starke's citizens are receiving cash

.... FRENCH'S I SPIN RODO'4loot.2pr.ce from Reynolds Aluminum Recycling
Company for their recycling efforts.
iii. Jr
: 29. Salad style 24- I pinning rod. BLUNT OR SHARP .
ounce REG 09
rEJ REG $/1 119 SCISSORS During August the public will
19 receive 23 cents per pound for their
7p9 "' Aback aluminum every Tuesday from 9:30
school' .
; I 4; 39'. must4'4inch size. '. a.m. to 11:00: a.m. In front on TG&Y
f REG 69* ?j Store Bradford Square, US 301 South
:. LADIES'SCARVES EVEREAOY : : (837 South Walnut St.)

; ,J Large assortment of "AA-or'AAA"BATTERIES a The Reynolds Metals Company'sdonation
: colors S patterns. aizes For radios S LIQUID PAPER program for the Muscular
: REG. 51.99COUNTRY more REQ $1 09 ; CORRECTION FLUID i Dystrophy Association begins August
.: o -toxecliquid LIQUID 1 and continues through Labor Day
LEMONADE TIME 149MUU "Cj109 o. 211 8-ounc.correction bOlll.Iluid.. 1QUefdrlA rjpE 45 September 3.

REG. 11.10 EA.FILMKPR.10 4 In addition to accepting donations
Fresh lemonade tatte makes
a tt' 10 quarts REQ $2.19 MUU of aluminum from the public, during
HOUSEDRESS SPINDEX this time Reynolds will donate one
tin J { Easy care tabrtcin Colorpicturee ;J: cent for every pound of aluminum col-
ax l assorted lected nationwide. This is in additionto
;, f.T prints with" satmluxe, Wire
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-- -- -. Sales Reach $71,674
U.S. Savings Bonds$
NOTICEoFINTENUON' AND FOR BRADFORD Florida being more particularly OOOfOOf.tJ tfVOf Mttf to 14)). Ke. been fllttgt'; !+flolnst Florida Inc., Gall

COUNTY described .* dor, awarded the con you' Michael Bach; and St,..,. Starke, Fie. U.S. Savings( Bond Bales totaled bonda when held to maturity of land '/:

TO REGISTERFICTITIOUS follows; Commencing. .. tract. will within ten ((10)) Helen D. Bach; and BlccaCorporation 3201. doing business $71.674 in Bradford County during the 10 years, respectively He noted all ',
CIVIL ACTION the day after written. and ore
NAME Southeasterly comer notice you under the firm name of
first six month of outetanding bond would ails benefit
Pursuant to Section Case No. 79-339 of the plot ol South Gat. bMg given of such required to serve a copy "CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION : 1979, according to I
m .. The of recorded In award of written defenses S.L. Peek. Jr., county volunteer from the increased: interact rat*.
865.09, Florida Statute*, : Marriage Replat a* ontor Into a wrtlo your BY HARRIS-,337 W.
notice !. hereby given CHARLES E. WOOD. Hue- Plat Book :3. Page 1 of ton contract with thee If any to It. on the plain Coll Street, ftarko, Flo. chairman.The .
that th bond and SHIRLEY I. the public record of MIld luwon".. R'.r tiff's attorney who. county attained 39.8 percent of
und.rdgn.dWorr.n 33091. Intend to tss.rsaasrsAugust
WOOD Wlf. County: thence South Economic. Councils. nama and address I I. its 197V goal June :SO, Mid Peek.
Box Watmough, P.O. NOTIC101IINT ..*,.' East along' an Na bidder "'., George H. Pierce. Es register told fictitious. Florida sale of Series E and H
306. Waldo Fl tinder the
NO PROPERTYTO Covtvrfy prolongation' of withdraw his bid fare qulro.P.O.Drowar1030.Stark.' name provision United State Savings Bonds totaled
32694, and Jerome Brod- : CHARLES ,(. the Southerly line of sold period of thirty ((30)) day ., Florida 3201. ol aforeteld 187.6 million for the six month periodending <<
sky. P.O. Ion 209. WOOD, II Montgomery South Gate R...... II'0.2 after me data set forth and III* th* original' with tatute.. June 30. The Ute achieved Specials I -
Waldo. Ft 32694, doing Avenue, Tokonoo Pork, feet; thence North 234' open'ng thor.of the clerk of th* above Dated this 2nd day of 42 9 percent of 1U animal goal of$$204.2
business under th* firm Maryland.YOU Plan and or before August A.D. 1979 at
West. 2.53 foot fat e Specification styled court on million by UM end of June. \ .
nom. of 1/2 Auto ARE HEREBY point of beginning. ; may be examined August 30. 1979: otherwise Starke, Fl. 112 4tcbg The county chairman remind all Plain '
Sole P.O. ton M. NOTIFIED that on action' thence North 88SO/West at th.* office el the Ar a )ludgemant maybe B/23 county citizens of the Increase in interest

Waldo Ft 32694, Intend for Dissolution' Marriage 100 feet; thence North chit.... Th. Owner entered against you rate on Savings Bonds effective 8 Set.......,. ,.,....,.400
to reglstor.gid fictitious hat boon filed 290 Wait 100 bat: ....",.. tho rfoht towatlle for me. rellel demandedIn IN THE CIRCUITCOURT June I. was increased to I'" '
name und.r the provl- against you Charles .. thence South BtTSO East ''''_lItI.. MI th* complaint or peti OF' BRADFORD COUNTY. percent Thud the Series E and H With Jhlrmack Cond._ 500
cons of aforesaid Wood and you are required 100 feet; thence South any bid and to accept Non CASE No. 76-163-CA,,
.ta"' .. to serve a copy des rW Eott. .100 leet to the any bid which they conMer WITNESS my hand and State of Florida Shampoo Cut
Worr.n your written defense.. If point of beginning. Sold to be m It* best Into th* seal of sold Court on Depart.
Wotmough & Blow ssoo
and Jerome Brodsky any to H, on the plain land alto/ being described ,..,. and to reject any' July 2'. 1979.GILBERTS. m.nt of I""m..tafRegulation. Dry.-???,..., .
tiff'* attorney whose a* a port of lot S. M.MATTtCE and all bid*. BROWN A* Plaintiff, v*. *
Joint own.rDated this* 12th name and oddres I I. SUBDIVISION, A limit of three sets of Clark of told Court. Arthur Iruno, d/b/a Vitamin E Wave -- .12BO
day George H. Pierce, Esquire o* recorded In Deed) Plan' and Specification. By: Morton Mclt_. A* Hampton Water Company
July. A.D.: 1979 at P.O. Drawer 1030.Starke. Book P, Page 729 of th* may be secured by Deputy Clerk Delendant. Organic Placenta
Stork.. Fl. 7/12/tpd B/2 Florida 32071, aforesaid public record general contractor. (Court 1001)726.tchg NOTICE OP

and file the original with Sublect how_. t.roan. From'" off ke of the. Architect 8/16 SHERIFFS SALE e Wave ._-._."_!15
the clerk of the above If any' due for the by depositing NOTICE IS HEREBY ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF styled court on or before year' 1979. at public outcry therewith twenty-live GIVEN .that I. Dolph E. Zotos WaveWith
CLAY COUNTY, August 20. 1979; otherwise to the highest and) ($25)) dollar for eochset. Reddish, Shariff of Bradford r r
FLORIDA a judgement may best bidder for cash at Th* deposit will be Th. Department ol Environmental County, Florida L Chem. He... .-....;.t2000;

Civil Action. No. be entered against you the hour of 12:00 o'clock refunded upon submission Regulation under and by virtue of a
79-472-CA 'for the relief demanded- Noon on August 21, '1.979 of a bona fide bid (DER) will give' examination Writ ol Execution heretofore You eon fix wicker furniture Rosha's
in re the marriage of In the complaint' or pet at the Front Door Entrance and return of told Plant' *for Water W.II Con. Issued owl of the with wire twists from

PAUL EDWARD PAULK. tlon.WITNESS of the Bradford and Specification in .racto,'* licenses to ebov.-.Nll.d Court. In bread or garbage bega.We..e Beauty ShopComer
husband and BARBARA my hand and County Courthouse ofStark. good condition within 14 qualified applicant the above styled cause. or glue them Into the wicker
ANN PAULK wile the feat of said Court on .. Florida. day after the dote set whose applications' ore have levied the and paint them to match. 16 a Brownlee W.
July 12. 1979.GILBERT Doted July II. 1979 for th*opening of bids.: received In the DER. Certification upon 964-7570!
NOTICE OP ACTIONTO S. BROWN R. Grosse, Suwanne River Section 2600 allowing property
: BARBARA ANN Clerk. A* Clerk of told United Stole Marshal Economic Council. Inc., Blair Stone Road Room Ituate.. lying and being

PAULK haute 1 Bon 244, Court Middle District Florida live Oak Florida S4I '.IIoho..... Fl In Bradford County. Legate
Bandy. Virginia 24602 Byt" Beulah M. Moody Bernard S. Mclendon 7/26 Ttehg 8/2 32301 by July 24 1979. Florida to-wit: A parcel'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED As Deputy Clerk Assistant United State* Examination. will be on of land lying In the NE foot to on Iron stake defendant satisfy sold
that an action for (Court Seal) Attorney, Attorney for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT July 27, 1979 at 1 p.... at 1/4 of NE 1/4 ol Section bearing South 89 Execution. W 210' FOR A FOB. THEN

dissolution of marriage 7/19ltchg 8/9 Plaintiff' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR the following location.. 30, Township 7 South degree and 39 minute. Dolph E. Reddish RUN S105'W210N105'E .
hat boon filed and you 719tchg 89ADVERTISEMENT "CUIT 'OF FLORIDA IN 1. OER. 2600 Blair' Range 22 East In Hampton West of point oi beginning Sheriff' Bradford 210 TO POB RP S87 588
or. required to serve a AND FOR BRADFORD Stone Rood, Twin Tower Bradford County ; thence North 89 County SEC 32. TWP 6d,1622.
of written UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUNTY Florida brIng Name In which assess
copy your Ofilca Building sold parcel degree and 39 minute 8/2 4tchg 8/23
defenses, If any to It on COURT. MIDDLE AND CIVIL ACTION Tollohassee, Fl. Proctor! more particularly East parallel with ..oldNorth.rly ed. Flora Mulberry Est
petitioner' attorney, DISTRICT OF FlOIlIDA.JACKSONVILLI INVITATION TO BID CASE NO.79193LONGCHAMP Elliabeth Knight. described as follows: All of said property
whose name and address DIVISION Notice I I. hereby given HOMES. 3, Suwanne River 230.38 feet to olbeginning. NOTICE OFAPPLICATION being In the County of
I I.J.J. Wolbert Jr.. that sealed. bid. will b. INC.. a Florida corporation '.. Water Management Commence at the Nor- point FOR Bradford, State of
Esq.. P.O. loll 1096. Court No. 79-137-Clv- received by Suwanne Plaintiff .*. District Bridge Street, fhwest corner of Mid NE TAX DEED Florida.
Stark. Florida 32091 on J-M River Economic Council MICHAEL IACH and Whit. Spring. Fl. Proctor 1/4 of NE 1/4 and run EXCEPT that portion of Sec. 194.16. F.S. Unless such certificate
or b.for. MONDAY. Inc.. live Oak, Florida HELEN D. IACH his wife, : Joe Flanagan. North 89 degree and 39 told parcel 'lying within NOTICE IS HEREBY or certificate* shall be
AUGUST 13, 1979. and UNITED STATES OF until 3:00: PM EST on and CARlOUS STALVEY 3. Southwest Fla. the rlght.of-way of Pin. GIVEN that H.V. Saxon redeemed according to
minute East
file the original with the AMERICA Plaintiff VS. ..August.,21.. 1979 at and JOYCE, W STALVEY.. ... Water ,Managament Street the holder of the follow. 1 law the property described
, clerk of this court either GERALD F. BAKER and' which time all bid will hi. wife, ot al. Defendant District U.S. Highway boundqry
In such certificate
belore service on petlloner's wile. LINDA M. BAKER; be publicly opened and 41, 7 Mile outh ofBroak."III. thereof, 248 tea; thence the property of the Ing certificate hoe tiled or
certificates will b. sold
told certificate for
( attorney or 1 Immediately COMMUNITY STATE read aloud In th* office NOTICE OF SUIT"ROI'ERTY ., Fl. Proctor: South 0 degree and 31 obov.-nam.d defendant a to.
thereafter; BANK OF STARKE, of Dompe, Paluul 8. Faye Sheppard. minutes East 293 loot to and that on the d..d to b. Issued to the highest bidder at

oth.rwl. o judgment Delendant. Vyverberg Architect. TO: MICHAEL BACH and .4. DER. 5301 Gun-Club on Iron stoke for point of 27th day of August 1979, thereon. Th. certificate the courthouse door In
will be entered for the 'Inc. 4131 NW 13 St. Suite HELEN D. BACH his Rood, w..t Palm Beach, beginning From point of at 1:00: o'clock p.m. at numbers and years of Issuance the Month of August
relief demanded In the NOTICE OF SALE 206. Gainesville Florida wile;213: Chvrchhlll Dr., FL. Proctor! Jim beginning thus described the northwest corner ol the description 1979, which I I. the 30th
petition. Notice It hereby given for furnishing all Greenville, North William continue South 0 the Bradford County of the property, and the day of August 1979
Filed and Docketed July that pursuant to a Sum materiel, labor, andn.caary.quipmsot Carolina and, BICCO S. DER. St. John River degree, and 21 minutes Courthouse. I will offer names In which It was Dated this 16lh day of

3. 1979. George l.Carll.I. mary Judgment entered for CORPORATION Address Sob-district Branch Of. East 235 foot to a nail In for sale and sell to the assessed are as follows: July. 1979.
.. Clerk Circuit on July 10. 1979 by the the addition and Unknown ., 825 N.W. 23rd Av.., the pavement of Pin. highest bidder for cash Certificate No. 98. By Gilbert S. Brown
Court Cloy County above entitled Court In renovation to a wing of YOU ARE HEREBY Suit. 0, Gainesville, Fl. Street: thence South 89 In hand the above- Year of Issuance 1977. By Beulah M, Moody.
Florida. the above styled cause. RJE School Stark, NOTIFIED that an action Proctor: Lloyd Kin..... degree and 39 minutes described Description of Property Clerk of Circuit Court
WITNESS my hand and the undersigned United Florida to become a to foreclose the following 7/26 2tchg 02NOTICE West, parallel with sold the property of the,said as Com al NE CON OF of Bradford County,
the teal of this Court on State Martha! or any of senior cltlien center. property In Bradford North.rly boundary property NW 1of SE ,/.. B RUN Florida 8/2 4tchg 8 23
July 3. 1979GEORGE hit duly authoriseddeputlet Any bid received alter County Florida:
228.93 foot to a nail Inlaid
L. CARLISLEA. will tell the th* specified time and Lot 27, LAKE HAMP. 0'INTENTION last
Clerk of the Court property situate In Bradford date will !pot be con. TON OAKS a tub- pavement
By: Gwen F. Jenner County, Florida sidered. division recorded In plot TO REGISTER aloretold nail being on PLYMPTON SIGNS

A* D.puty Clerk described as: Each bid must bo accompanied Book :3, Pag.4). public FICTITIOUS NAME the Easterly' boundary of
7/12418/3 Part of the SE 1/4 of by a certified record of Bradlord Pursuant to Section the rlghl.of-woy of Division SIGN PAINTING s MAGNETIC SIGNSREFLECTIVE .MOBILE SIGNS

SW 1/4 of NW 1/'. Section check cashier* check County. Florida lying 865.09. Florida Statutes. Street; thence North *ROUTED SIGNS SIGNS e SIGN KITS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 34. Township 6 or bid bond In the and being In Section 29 notice I I. hereby given 0 degree and 41
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT South Rang. 22 East amount of 9 percent of Township 7 South. Range that the undersigned Al- minutes West along said 964.6511

OF FLORIDA IN Bradford County, the be.. bid a* 31 'a... iordable Home ol Easterly' boundary, 233.0

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964-8788 or 964-7876 I..I::!
230 N. Temple Ave (U.S. J01 N.) r rTvwinocjarREALTY

ADVANCE OFFERING... If you have property for sale, don't tell yourneighbor ,.

Presently being surveyed Into lots of 1 ocr. up 70 lush '.,iI
green rolling ocr.. on Boyles HIghway. Owners will
',nonc. at only 10*. down. Reserve your parcel now and

SAVE at pre.development! HURRY there wont b. tell realtor A
PHONE 064-7776
2 miles' from FSPI your
any more like this) Approx I CECELIATERWIllSGAR
92I 209 N Temple 6''*'.... Florid .

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.3 BR block, carport $19.8004BR ....

2 both dbl. garage, iireplace., storage ".... polio lOIERTSRMl (ESTATE. -

$42,tOO FAULKNER We've been Invitedto
.3 BR garage. Iireplace S24.900. 964-7828 F109BIAN9
.3 BR from. only' SI7.500. 0mIu F.ERLTY230S SS4-S0GS m a recession.We .

.3 BR block, conventional approved SI9,800. 986 N. Temple RAN 21. decline
.2 BR block, large DR LR lot iireplace $38,000STARKS L.
Starke Fla. Phone 944-7709. the invitation.
I" N.Temple Avenue ... .
COMMIRCIAL... N.Temple. A. ,- i,.
.Prime ocr. on U,S. 301 w-lh 180 It. frontage. Over :200 Lg. from. house on corner SHOWCASE FHA& VA FINANCING AVAILABLE This year, we pieced mare people In
2 0. CH/A Horn J%
lot. 3 BR acre* many mere home then In ." previews periodIn
sq It, centrally heated and aired block building Storage modern kitchen, Nice fruit tree.With fish pond PROPERTIES.INC. our history.
buildings Ov.r 9000 sq It. ol concrete & parking space RESIDENTIAL

88.000 Very nice double wide oft 7'/\ ec. Me..... Starling ......, 75' 150' lot with 2 BR I B from. S7500 00, good t.rms.
379 ft. of land on US. 301 with water* .sewer $67.000 3BR. II. LR OR, Kit. FR with I BR r.ntol and lorg.Con Ilk
Roliord Rood I Iocr. lot. 3 Id.
Box 1338 .
SPECIAL E model be built .
will divideSuccessful. workshop Nice lot In flood location. to Breedwey $t. New
4 station beauty parlor, Th. Looking Glass In 21.Largo 10 01. with used Auto and. Keystone Hgto 32'658 2 BR. I B. Family Room ISoulhgateBR. home* e* low e* $204. per mo. total' pmt. after minimumFHA

Starke Ploio Pretent own. will remain as operator, On. frame dwelling on 3 Fart en N. Ml AH Mdg, 4734903UMOST ? 18 Con Ilk In town. Immaculate. down peyment. Home owner werrenty 10 yeer .
and VA-FHA Conv. N. closing costs for these thot qualify.
Include $8000 worth of equipment ,
ly 10.500 which ocr. with 2 mobile home nclvdlng hem, business

stock, rental, ...c.ll.nbuy.. 0fICI...........,,. Much vslv.Mora. NEW 3 Iodrmoncroto FARMS I ACREAGE COMMERCIAL
... .' block homo with 3Br, I IB with 3 acres ,Fish pond. ... greet property en 301 ecress from Hollel.,
. KINGSLSV LAKE Brick duplex with 90 It 'on"wol., Almost new from. 3 BR 2 _trot heat on Wter 4BR, 38. Dbl Wide MH on 2 1 3 A Hampton area Inn $130,000...113' a 200

$86500 I, home on 9 acre In G,...."' area H+ acre. litr_'. Only 6 month old. 7 acre*.$7.500. Easy Terms. .
,: 2 BR I B nice Ireme home '
Strawberry Ac,.. .-.. good ......... Ownor tron.f ring. Call S ocr..15.0CJ0. Easy Terms.Beautiful '
COUNTRY CLUB-3 story brick colonial'4 BR 3 both double for showing of this offer- 4 ocr. with 2BR I IB home, workshop 3 car on SR23S plus CI shop 28' 24' ... S23.SOO.

gorog. with utility, $80.700. 10 acre plus lovely brick Evening Pie*** railVernle dabl. home. $30.000. CENTURY garog..lmmaculat.. .
CB NEARLY NEW 3 B with large room penciled
P. Odem Brekert i iCRIPhena964$476 21 SHOWCASE PROPERTIES S ocr. High t Dry. Terms.
home 3 2
country, .."...... refrig.. Move, wether dryer 614 Milton Ter-
LOTS t ACREAGE in lour counties! I It f Neat and clean. INC.. Realtor. 3 Acres acre with mobile home Hampton area. .
..... 964-7731 Phono 473-4903: Eve ask rece $18.MO.KINGSLSV .
,YOU Peer< Adrw ) Edward. '
DON'TE SORRY for Susan '
MANY. MANY OTHERS' Beautiful Brick home with L.G.Dell 964-7S9tJ 173.1$83.713khg B/2 LAKE 24OO t.*. ft. h._ 4 bedroom SO s
D'DN'T' CALLI III I pool In city on dead end Over 200 frontog. on Block Craek 2 acre with 3 BR .
Oir let Spoclolly Prke ... 66000. .
frame i
drool 4 II. 3 '; 8. large
"WE SELL THE EARTH ..AND EVERYTHING ON IT.I..I I I.I" 'lot many ..tra.. 38*. .IB, Con. Ilk house only 2 years old on Sonpsonloke ,
i FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS SOUTHERN LIVING Large, kandceme brick an 11/2 ,

Green Acr.s Irkk horn On.ocr.on Crosby loke In restricted 0'... Broker own. acre*-4 BR, 2 B, CHB.A cothocIroI..m....,flreptoc....,. \ I
EVENINGS ,- BRADFORD COUNTY CALL. Mo ..,.... ell emenlH, **, peved circular' driveway neer :
$ lot with I
on large pecan
Country Club. Financing" avelleble or trade.
t,.... 3 BR, 2 .. large out COMMERCIAL :
Relph P. Bryen ._It.r' 964-6208 building. SI1.LPOWELL'SEAL. 15 unit MINI STORAGE and 600 sq-ft.'OFFICE SPACE on
.. over 1 2 acre eo.erlol., Plenty of room to oipond. SO GASOLINE SUPPLY 1 IS TIGHT You can wept f... i iW.
Large service station with remodeled office, Included .._. St. and se can your tenant. Her I I. an ..ceflent..
Huge hofIo-on 2 .. Equip '
PoossMroh.rlS.Lsnan gram ESTATE .
lllllen C-
t.vastew.pporhmhy two largo nicely fvrnlshedapertment "
210' 301.
OHIc Me....., 7I3-W06 ,ogre-lot-In tafc.Butler.Appro 218 frontage Hwy on Hwy Ml.Service Station pumps'avid .plw a fvmlsKed. ....... aver en acre of h. .

geed landscepmg. -...... pac.. *. OWNER FINANCING .
.. Deugles BrekerSelesmwi9646S93 *. 20 acre on 301 IIBHf.WeUutft.. .. 964-644 24 kr* tanks Included. Reduced to 145 000, .. )'
Weyne SM.800.BETTER .
South. v. Hwy 301 North 15On30O' lot with small con. blk bldg. i

LO..Heue*. Close lit. Big.Yard.with shade tree*. Hurry. for Great location Betide To.Reno Mot.l.
HOME GARDEN 13 Acre. CI .-. 3 84. 3 S. ,
vial Powell Graham 1 and 2 this ana at 37000. Mobil. Home Pork-12 ocr. Included mobile, home. '
Oevld E. DyefAssociate A..d.N lot. area. road terms ocr. Room lor expansion. Hampton area CH&A. .......... 1ft patio. ....... ...... WIEHy' room. I... \\1t

available.en graded BulUtng Lola, t acre and larger good t.rm..Buy now and .I.. r..m. dining reese. fI" room on paved ,... .is I
468-121$ 16/6Ba .....,. S44.0M.PRODUCTIVITY '
build your dream horn later! MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS I

80 ocr.*. mostly' cleared' 1.1' i acre Hwy 100 Good location Good !! .
paved road frontage. ......... Fighter.,fl.It yourself and this S ,r. old. i Ba. 2 Hampton Plot with well B septic $3,495.'VIP' } f* a key ward tHeta .day Buy this. pic! I ,.:;.
Union between I bath ho .. I I. your for 16.000, or see and make. off or. ,,' twreaaw I2B ecr. fm .la the Breaker New River area ,
Ralfard County and tak. Butler, 'jj\ ". i. ,,ATjS; r .'I,",\ W. have. other lots with low downayiiienf C 'easy"monthly and only. $"". ax acre fenced, cro..._.. ...... I

good buy Retlr.: .....tator Ut*lor a retreat. now, furnished haute payment. Y'lr'I\ .. \ ke***a ...... OWNS FINANCED '.
with 100 on clear tend bottom' ...... Reedy t* live i| and J t rg ''\., .' ',- '

StRTlCE.mC. _._.....1 low. far only $65.000. .'- : 1'yoro..wyN.w .. .'. ', WI DO APPRAISALS IOUMO NOUN' TO INFLATION Invest In. the* Bred- f
; '. '" .. li : I ; ford ...... > <> r
Richard Robert P' Cot4 : '. "*,*j I out H.:Fevlkiler-Reeher. OH eel 4BI 2B CHBA Brewele. tO $...100' j

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...4 Community News .... Ray Goldwire Named. Director' ,' of Personnel


by Elizabeth G.Walker NO. 1 rehearses eacn Wednesday at 7 OwensIllinoisH.
Phone M4-M83 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible Studyat For Forest1Prxbdi cts Div. of

6:30: p.m. Thursday. Sunday School .

Hi, Sports Fans! 9:30: a.m. Morning worship 11 ...m. Ray Goldwire. son of Mr. .*.nd iMources. Both men will remain m jroup until he was appointed directorof

There will be a semi-pro baseball Evening New Bethel Worship Baptist 6 p.m.Church Prayer Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire 1 of St rte, baa Toledo, Ohio, where the multinational personnel for Kimble in August,

game Friday night, August 3 at 8 p.m. ',Meeting and Bible Study was held been named director of personnel administration corporation maintains, its headquarters. 197 A.
at Bradford High/ Stadium betweenthe for the Forest Products Goldwire Is a member of the Toledo
Lawtey Cubs and the Hawthorne Wednesday .at 8 p.m. Sunday School r rs Division of Owens-Illinois, Inc., ado 'A native of Valdosta, Ga.,GoldwireIiceived Personnel Management Association,
Angels. Please come out and support only, a.m.Robinson,Jenkins Desue Unit Post rr.n cording to Peter J. Fluge, 'vice a bachelor of science degree Inc., and Is an accredited executive in

your local team. Proceeds will go 314 American Legion Auxiliary will I president of O-I and general manager., Iri business administration from the personnel the American Society for
toward finishing the recreation Nr of the division University of Florida In 1958. He Personnel Administration. lie also Is
meet Tuesday August 7 alb The
building in Lawtey. Admission: the p.m. .r Goldwire, who most recently sere worked at Keystone State Bank, northwest district chairman of the
Post will meet at 8 in annex
Adults $1, students 50 cents. of New Bethel Baptist p.m. Church. All ed as' director of personnel for the Keystone Heights, and was partner Boy Scouts of America.
company's: Kimble Division, will be hi Goldwire Servicenter, Starke Goldwire and his wife, the former
Dell.. Chapter No. IBS will hold its members are to meet. responsible for all Industrial relations before Joining O-I in 1981 as an accountant Anne Gravlee of Tavares, Fla., have
regular meeting Thursday, Free Canaan True Church of God In training, and personnel ad- for the Forest Products three children Hal. Greg and Ryan.
September 13, in the Masonic Hall on Prayer Band and Tarryingservice ministration within the division. The Division
Brownlee Street. All members are was held Wednesday at 7:30: Owens-Illinois is of the world's
Forest Products Division of Owens- He served In a number of personnel. one
asked to be present for the first Fall p.m. Friday prayer service. Sunday Illinois Is the company's second related positions at O-I facilities inJacksonville leading manufacturers of packaging
meeting. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 largest domestic operating unit and, the Bahamas, Big materials. Sales of the company'spaper

a.m.Mt. II. Ray Goldwire has more than 6,000 employees. bland Va., and Toledo before being glass, plastic, and metal products
Morlah United Methodist Goldwire succeeds Clifton E Shinrr appointed relations director of the were 13.11 billion In 1978, and
Bradford County Christian Church i Choir rehearses each who has been appointed asslstani'director company's contalnerboard mill at O-I Is ranked as the 93rd largest in-
Missionary and Literary Society Wednesday before the first Sunday at and manager'of industrial' Tomahawk, WIs., in 1972 dustrial firm In the nation.
The Junior Singing group will begin 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. relations for ollntemationalliuman"Two.W.eelinlf" The company owns or has an In
rehearsals at 6 p m Sunday, AugustS Communion Service 11 a.m. In 1973, Goldwire transferred to the terest In 118 plants and mills In the
Rehearsals for the Senior group Kimble Division as Industrial relations United States and in facilities In 23
will be announced later. Pleasant Grove United Methodist O'Leno Planned director of its Finland N.J., foreign countries. Owens-Illinois is
Vacation Bible School closed Fri Church: Activities began Monday Trip to manufacturing plant. In early 1976,he listed on the New York Stock Ex-
day night with its "Family night" with the Young Adult Choir rehearsalat returned to Toledo and served as industrial change and is one of the 30 firms
ending Its 5 day activity of 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Motorcycle eninusiasts can enjoy 8:30: a.m., travel to the park to picnic relations administrator for which make up the Dow Jones Industrial
study program, music, etc. Sixty-six memberswere day, 7:30: p.m. Bible Study Thursday, the fun of riding the economical two- and swim and return later in the day the Consumer & Technical Products Average.
with certificates of at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Com- wheelers with other enthusiasts Aug.
presented and The Vaca munion Service 3 p.m. 19 with a planned ride to O'Leno State Participants will be charged $3
tion tendance Bible School cooperation.contributed its Mt. Pisgah AME Church: Choir Park. each, with proceeds going to the A Lutheran Church In Keystone Heights Are you Interested Then be
the Rich Family rehearses Saturday at 7 p.m. Sunday Starke Recreation Department's sure to attend a public meeting to be held Sunday evening August 12, at
We week's grateful offering to all the churches for School 10 a.m. Communion Service 11 Organizing the ride is John Curies, youth fund. the Lions Club, corner .of Peach and Orchid, beginning at 7:00 p.m.Pastor
are Then. Olsen will conduct the meeting and explain how we can have a
their in this effort. a m. and 4 p.m. owner of Suzuki of Starke. He said the
cooperation thanks to the Church of God In Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: motorcyclists will meet at his shop on Everyone is welcome, and'Curies Lutheran Church In the Keystone Heights area. For more InformationCall
Christ Special for the use of their facilities Dinners will be sold from the kitchen U.S. 301.south of Bradford Square, at said picnic lunches should be brought .. 473-4177 during the day and 473-2007 during the evening. Call and let
and the following workers: Mrs. A.B. Saturday beginning at noon. Sunday along. us know you will be at the meeting.

Anderson, Altamease Chandler, School 10 a.m. Morning Service 11
Sarah Morris, Jimmie Thomas,Clara a.m. Communion will be given in this

Parker, Ruby M. Fisher, Rev. G.G. service.
McArthur Rev. Leroy Davis, Donnie Allen Chapel HomeComing will be I
Burch, Ms. Maurice White and observed Sunday, August 12. All
Frances Jenkins, our Vacation Bible members are asked to cooperate.The .

School Next Director year we hope to include this 1114 Oak Church Street.of God Sunday of Prophecy School 10a.m. : at PANTRY PRIDE

activity regular Frances monthly in other Chaper areas meeting No.of the will 140 OES held is Evening Invited.Morning Worship Worship 6:30: p.m.11:30 Everyone a.m. you

Monday, August 6, at 6:30: p.m. All
members are asked to be present. First Born Church of The Living
There will be a special hour of activity God: Bible Study, 6:30 p.m. FrIday

Tarrying Service 7:30: p.m. Sunday
('hurchcthltlt'll School 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 11:30 a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Evening i' 1tYoui:
Church: Activities as follows: The Worship 7pm.Bradford 1
Tiny Tots rehearse each Monday at County Branch NAACP 1, ,

6:30: p.m. Senior Choir rehearses each will meet Monday, August 20, at 7:30: !
Monday at 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting p.m. in the annex of Greater Allen
Tuesday, 7:30: ( p.m. The Circles met Chapel AME Church. All interested
Wednesday, 7:30: p m, at the follow citizens and members are asked to :
ing places: McKay's Circle with meet. ( ; I
Elizabeth G. Walker; Blye's Circle I
with Mamie McCutchen; Lee's Circle 'D. ........ &uyrinPFvduAv 1 i
with Mrs. Elizabeth Covington. -- f uM r
Thursday (today) Story Hour at the St.wards Mows California Cauliflower HUD 8ge
church. Friday there will be a fund 4 t uvt wntiNMfNCalifornia ,
program. All members please Broccoli uNCNMiaN 7ge
raisin The St. Edward's Parish Council ''''' end
Saturday at 6 p.m. there will be a held a meeting In the parish hall on Florida l Avocadoes [ACH ua
church fish fry on the church grounds.All July 24 with the Chairman, Mrs. Anne s '
members are urged to attend. Samons, presiding.The Boiling Peanuts 211s'100!

Reverend Father Mar- ....
There is no charge. pastor UM ll_msw
Sunday is Pastoral Day. Sunday tin Jung, outlined plans for parish I ,nII" MushroomsIMIKtll itfJIS ',149
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11ka projects Including youth programs.The sups'nth $tlr'sCOl'flt eu" /StU"t I

rn. Dinner 12:30: p,m. Evening Worship following Chairmen were named ...;;.., C .. "' U.S. NO. 1 Chef Potatoes u 9daSrruwr t
; 6 p.m- Vbu are Invited. ". and gave report;of Ihtlr respeci: ; = ,;., 111" / '''rd N ,, '
Church of God In Christ! : Bible'Band live responsibilities: Building and o .4 ? S/aworSalad/ ..., ... ...."..1If'49"'V
is held each Tuesday 7 p m. Prayer Maintenance Eugene Meng; B 39' 3e urt 'IK M*an
and Pastoral Teaching Friday, 8 p.m. Liturgical George Dominianni; S LB Georgia Blueberries nut 8ge
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning Grievance and Suggestion Charles KM w.u..M
Worship 11 a m. with Minister Dewey Shaeffer; Confraternity of Christian SAY[ 20c SAVI 200 A La SAYE 20d A t.6 Green Cabbage u ID
Taylor in charge. YPWW 5:30: p.m. Doctrine Claire Brunetti; Youth '." *i itfCalifornia
l-.berener: Baptist Church: Choir Donna Samons; Catholic Youth rasa oo Celery tnt
Organization Jack Anderson; Bingo y
t Activities Muriel Gilhooly; Prayer SEEDLESS own' owN LARGE F
Michael Brunetti CYO President. CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Brunetti also reported on SWEET FLORIDA
Girl Scouts Altar Society activities stating that GRAPES
the Gainesville Fall Meeting of the POTATOES MANGOES
Deanery would be held In Starke.She
bt ('arol'n Kate: also invited all to contribute to the

rhone96l-SMI2 Bazaar being planned for the Churchon CfJII"t79 :; 1 (
November 30 and December 1. 4 B $100 $ 49 1249.SAVE .
Welcome home to Brenda Bawek George Dominianni who serves as S EACH
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who recently attended Aquatic
Camp the current Vice President of the
M Kateri on Orange Lake A friend Benevolent Order of Elks, urged
who visited her there reported an exciting anyone knowing of a person In need of PUNCH
time Back from Chowenwaware orthopedic care or treatment to con- KRAFT
Erica Gruen and Allison CAKE MIXES ReaLonion
Denmark tact him. He Invited any interested DETERGENT
Both enjoyed the activities and person to visit the Elks hospital InUmatlila. AlSO"TlDptL:8 :: BAR-B-QUE'
the new pool and disliked the sleeping Fla. ... 69 LEMON SAVI300 840
arrangements;! at Talahi. So far all thel'amJX'rs .rfrd' Pxc f-r BOX $179
this year report there is no SAUCE" JUICE
conditioning at Chowenwaw! +.J. -! +tb...
Neyati Day Camp is in full swing ASSORTED FLAVORS SAVI 30C _

(this week with approximately 30 Girl n..A,.,.,,,.!
Scouts 18oz :
day We really appreciate 59C 69C
the Seniors who just returned BOTTLE 320%
from Mexico helping us out. Betsy The Bradford County Public uVi 200 BTL
C Yawn" Joyce Wainwright and Pam Library Is pleased to announce the arrival 1
,. Pratt had little time to rest before of a new 22 lb. 0 oz. information ,
:Monday and are still excited about center-bulletin board dlsplayer bornon 1 I

I their trip. We have a few thoughts July 30.Grandparents. Best Bug;;ewer.e$1 Best Suyf/nCirocerks/
j from Betsy concerning the trip. are Mr. & Mrs.
Senior Troop 669 spent one week at Gaylord Broa. Inc. of Syracuse New un "ta rant mi 69 e IMf NtUMiCJH
,yday el Black Pepper Showboat Pork & 41'vnmmtrn
Our Cabana, one of four World Girl York. Come in and see our new arrival .- 7 Beans sups'Sxu.r1/ I
J Scout Centers. While at Our Cabana, on display. LOW VM Macaroni mtnumM9i Cheddar* 4l l: *! int ,
leisureway Paper Plates 79'iMIWMulnMinriMian
. participated .m many activities including Find out what's going on in the com- Gel r .. '
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service projects with local munity and keep up-to-date by 1/tl
illox Libby Corn 97t
children and Drink Mix ( Ltiwes
bargaining at market place reading posters announcements .' .
in Cuernavaca. free brochures at the public BOXES IM m M M M 'ft 1 visiting Tosca (silver '
Assorted /
library's Crackers {Little Fnskies Cat Food Sits
capital of the world Spent five days new information center In -
in Mexico City, climbed the foyer, SAVE54C r51NrNwWNt MM
pyramids, Mixed Vegetables 3/1.-1 I 9ge SAYaert
Spray Disinfectant
visited Chapultapec Park and Na Organizations and individuals are .
tional Museum of Anthropology, invited to poet announcements and 4
climbed Latin American: Tower, posters of forthcoming activities ) "
;rte visited Guirobaldi Square nightly( events, etc. in the community. Best Buys In GrocerfesJH/ KLEENEX ,, : 'CHAMP HOT DOC'or HAMBURGER
2 festival of strolling mariachi bands, Posters should be no larger than 12 inches r r.,Pied aPeanut $

saw National Folklore Ballet boated by 14 inches and can only be Butter TOWELS DOG. RATION vm ROLLS
down the : for weeks due to UN--art n-. UVI211" .
Floating Gardens got 70 displayed two space ( .
whistles 59 honks. 3 grunts and one limitation. Pantry Pride Cola 69d? e' GIANT 59 ... :.0;%"...' 25., $299 $J P"t, t *
""wed" f'"r'wt' .
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J near attack from Mexican men. tl Sorry, we can't pass out cigars- Big' H Burger Sauce $1 JM ROLL, "- SAVI>>O LSS save 30* )I
love this report..C.E.I t there's, no smoking in the library.


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Wednesday at 7 p.m. PastoTCtariesMorgM ; : .
fitar... the home of Mrs. R ArM"DaYts. .la at .a all1. -th if son4o- '\
Church .... 1r 1- \
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: f.. t_--and aid; law
and .
Chllfth 01 God' B*,tilt Sunday: by Qteablrfn Terry and Mrs. Ran'i'i
Worship Services- Sunday School 10 a jn. School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 mother Mra. E.A. dy Roberta and daughter, Heather,on ),
a am. and 6 p.m. a.m. and 7 Stephens Both birthday on Sunday. AU of
p.m.Training Union pjn.N Tuesday. them want to Disney
Prayer Meeting and YPE Wednesday Prayer tin. Henry Hodges and MaJ. Russell Lines, of Little Rock ,
at 7 Meeting Weth esdsy at 7 p.m. : tt.'I., "' on llMrwtey and
p.m.s.eI'p"eeII nand the weekend World
Pastor James PaniIdi. at Disney Ark., spent a week with his fam '!.iMr 10a.m. Baptist: Sunday School .rtl .lde BIt,..... Sunday School ,slahtaeeuitf.Dormto Mrs. Russell Lines and daughter ai ,.
7 Training SenriceB a Prate 10 a.m. Worship Santo' H ..... and Kelly, olthe University of the home of their parents, CoL and 11 ______ _
p.m. Union p.m. 7:30: p.m.Prayer Meeting WMtaMtay Florida Gainesville, spent the Mrs Wm. Wilson i-- ---------
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. at7:30pjn. < weekendMrs with bit parents. Mr. and Mrs. Del Dougherty and John Timmy -
Faith Baptist: Radio Program Satyraa MUiknary Baatbti Sun George Kelly. Wilson called from England on WPXE AM 140, FM UW; day School 10 a.m. Worship Services: and Mrs. Frank BUerker, of Friday to wish their parents, Col. and
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. 11 a.m. and 7:30: Unionat Hollywood. rU., were weekend Mrs Wm. Wilson,, a happy 38th Wed
Worship Services u a.m. and 6:50: >is am. Prayer p.m.Meeting Training Wednesday guests.., at Elder A.E. Massey. Elder ding Anniversary. ,by Dolores Meag Gilbert and Karen to Atlantic Beachon
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 6:30 at 7:30 p.m. KUleketr preached on Radio and at the Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUkison Jr., Phene Ala.19l5Bookritobll. Friday. They returned on Sunday.
p.m. Pastor A.E. Massey. PersMls G7Maecfis at Faith BaptistKuoer and son Robby and their parents, Mr. Rita and Gerald Meng of Gainesville
Grace United Method: Sunday Mr. : and Mrs. Perry Medlock, of Jacksonville spent some time with their parents,
School 1:45: a.m. Worship Services: 11 and Mrs Ralph Wise spent, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were spent Saturday with their The 'Bradford County $ookmobiieserves Mr.and Mrs.Francis Meng and fami
a.m.and Praise Service it Monday to Thursday dinner of Mr. and this I,. Gerald had dinner
7 p.m.Sun World sightseeing.Disney guests parents Mr. and Mrs Donald community every Tuesday with bis friend.
Orlando .
day Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Rev. Davis Mrs. JSf CaldweU in Jacksonville. Wilkison Sr. All of them attended the from 12:30: until 2:30 p.m. at the Jimmy Glasy. at the Cissy home In
Methodist Youth Fellowship 6 p.m. Church Brown of First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley and Square Dance for the Telegraph's Hampton Post Office parking lot Starke. Jimmy la visiting from
Sunday. Choir Practice 7 p.m. on conducted a Revival at family, of Jacksonville spent a few Centennial Celebration on Saturday Resident of all ages may check out Sacramento, California.
Wednesday ate Prayer Meeting. Amazing Mlddleburg Grace this Baptist Church of days with their mother Mrs. John night. He won the first prize in the hooks free of charge!
week. Mr.
and Mrs.
Highland Baptist! Sunday School TyjtSrMrs. Men's Contest. Happy
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Wise Wayne Mrs.Hardee. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Daisy! Thompson' returned Barry Gnann went with the Boy Another BargainDid Happy Birthday to Care Brunettl
and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Ola Starling Geraldine Norman Mrs. home on Tuesday after spending Scouts on a canoe trip down Suwanee you read that Centennial Issue on August 21 ,
at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon sometime with her son and daughter- River and spent last week. of the Bradford County Telegraph? U
Laura Baptist Sunday School 10 Mike Starling Mr, Cecil Hardee.and Mrs. in-law.Mr. and Mrs.\ Billy Thompson Friends of Col. Wm. Wilson regret not,you will be delighted to get a copy Hospitalized
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Revival Crapse Jr., attended the 'of Gainesville after having had to learn that he had to be in bed last for yourself-also one to keep for your Gerald Brown Jr. entered Alachua
7:30: p.m. Men's Prayer Meeting several selections the themaid turnery on her. eye. week with an Infected tooth since last children and grandchildren 1 Thereare General Hospital Monday for observation
Tuesday night 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Keefe for Mr. and Mrs. RU Wilkisoo, Jr., Wednesday. Iota of pages with interesting(and and treatment. He spent Mon
Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. week with Day !of>> Jacksonville spent a visited their mother, Mrs. B.L. Mrs. Bobby Gnann attended a lun amusing) reading and pictures too, day and Tuesday of last week in Brad
Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday Lucille grandmother uncle' Mrs. WUklson Sr. on Sunday. Their cheon for Miss Chenie Gay at on every page. It'I an opportunity to ford County Hospital We wish him a
School a.m. Worship Services 11 aunt Ivey. and his and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Laura's Tea House, In Jacksonville learn about the history of Hampton. speedy recovery.
Mr. and
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. O.K. Brown and Mrs. Tony! Hodges of Jacksonville, last week. Bradford County and the State of
spent the weekend with her grand Mr.and Mrs.Jack Wainwright and Florida. In a few years from now, There will be a Santa Fe Cemetery
mother, Mrs. B.L. Wllkison Sr. Mr. Louie Wainwright and grand your kids will appreciate your having cleaning day Saturday, August 4,
St. Edwards Church Halt Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling attended daughter Deanne, of Tallahassee saved this wonderful publication for from 9 a.m. tit done. Everyone In-
the Gospel Sing at Oak Grove visited their mother Mrs. Truby them I terested in helping is asked to bring
I BINGO : Methodist Church near Raiford on Wainwright during the weekend. tools. and help get the cemetery clean
Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: Hardee Mrs. Condolence
Mr.and Mrs. Ed Ward, of Jacksonville : Mike Crapse.Jr.,and her friend Miss' Sympathy Is extended to the family
; Every Saturday 8:00: P.M were Sunday dinner guests of Sherree Shlnn, of Wiley Williamson who died on July Mileage Death Rate
411 N, Temple Ave Starfce. Fla. Mr.and Mrs.Eric: Taylor,01 Lawtey. Oscar Vanzant, Callahan wenttntoran 28. Services were conducted at Ar-
cher Tanner Funeral Home on Sun..
day with burial at Clayland Cemetery Up, Patrol Reports
In Suwannee County.

rr o + + Happy Anniversary TALLAHASSEE-The: 1978 mileage
Mr. and Mrs Edward Fontaine
death rate for Florida was up over the
celebrated their 22nd Wedding An-
previous year, says the Florida
July >7. Their Patrol.
JoAnn Janneet Highway
and Michael, Patrol records for 1978 which were
dinner for them that day at the homeof released recently show that the
their grandmother. Mrs.Josephine mileage death rate which is the death
Fontaine, who returned home from rate 100,000.000 vehicle miles
Bradford County Hospital on Sunday. driven per increased from 3.1 in 1977 to
The Fontaines are visiting from Oxford 3.2.

Conn. The rate had been dropping since
recording a 5.0 in 1971 and had reach-
OWN "OPUhr Hampton Lake News ed the record low of 3.1 for the first
time In 1975.
RecreationThe "In light of traffic fatalities for 1979
Lake was quite busy over the being about 20 percent above the first
weekend with picnickers, swimmers, six months of 1978, there may be
boaters and water skiers. Danny Rid- another increase the mileage death
Ill NINAN..Wes..nn MICH OUMtTITT 0000" IMUHt lUOMTI' .MO...."I...0.TNWIWIO. dick presented a different sight on the rate for 1979. However, there Is the
4 lake. He pulled friends with a kite ski possibility that the fuel shortage may
i '!"w' behind his boat which looked like lots reduce speeds and miles driven which
1/.S.BA. Choke Frelh hilly&'ef I of fun. could help keep traffic deaths crown"

wNI'"IIIMN/7WMrra" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spell and says Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol

Oak Sliced I Imported Ham f11" I Stephen spent family creunion Director:
Georgia, attending a "Total traffic fatalities for 1978 in
UVI MIlllflfllHISM DM Iua II1JY aaa
Bnls. Stewing Beet _...", t1s1 118 1 / and visiting friends. Florida were 2.303 which is about the
e Chris his sister
,... Meng accompanied same as having In the town
W wo Mll IMI and family, Mr and Mrs. Russell !
Party Assortment $1" a of Monticello killed/said Beach.PFiOBLEMS' .

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3,500 Guardsmen Making Camp Blanding Throb With Activity

hI l CAMP BLANDING, FL Once again thia World War U training alto .la
throbbing with military We.

4 This week and next more than 3,500 officers and enlisted personnel of Na-
) "II tional Guard units from Florida,.Georgia Alabama Puerto Rico and the Virgin k s
a Islands will be undergoing two weeks of summer training, stirring this post to i
AR life with a hubbub of activity,reminiscent of ita peak period In the mid-lMOs.:

V 1 third
The two main elements undergoing training\ are the Alternate Command .
Headquarters and 63rd Signal Group. The Alternate Command Headquarters rtr s'I
from Jacksonville, is acting aa troop command, under the direction of
Brigadier General Frank M. Parham, Jr.
fit' niwa11

During the two week period, the Alternate Command la performing Ita
prime role as l logistical support for active combat troops a rear area.In a tactical i
situation, the command will be capable of supporting up to 30,000 fighting
A lat f wf Only the nucleus of the command and several of ita subordinate units are v+ s
f tilw ,, present for the two week period. But thia force Is sufficient to provide the training
needed to upgrade the mobilization readiness status of the various elements


Administration supply maintenance and transportation are just a few of
the roles performedby the men and women of the Guard who take time off froma

wide variety of civilian'Jobs for this vital training period. ,

FAI si While most of the training la done under simulated conditions the troops (
will take to the field for three nights and four days during which they will be ii

i ."attacked" by aggressor forces in order to demonstrate their capability to afford / ,,
Specialist 4 Sheila McNeil (right) and SSG Billy Burch are special people rear area protection In a combat setting. 'F I If

during annual training exercises at Camp Blandlng. McNeil and Burch help in l y + .
I assigning jeep transportation for use by subordinate unit*. Specialist J Beau Regular Army personnel from the First Army are on hand watching yr b ,
Mason needs a Jeep to cover activities for the Public Information Office. carefully evaluate the citizen-soldiers on their performance.

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at Camp Blanding. Hundreds of signs have been placed around the National
t Guard training center to remind National Guardsmen to conserve fuel and be
safe during the two weeks of training that will conclude on August II. SGT.
William Cochran (right) places a sign near the main gate while PFC Donna
1 Louder waits with more signs to be erected.
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BG Frank M. Parham. Jr., commander I
of the Alternate Command I
Headquarters and Troop Commanderfor r..
the final increment of annual 1 1
training for 1979 at Camp Blandlng. a u
officially opens the Camp BlandingPost
Exchange. Beginning In ars
September, Camp Blanding will havea I ; A' J
full-time pout exchange operation _. _. .
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on a trial basis If the trial period is
successful Camp Klandlngill havea Sergeant Malcolm Hansen services supervisor of the equipment to a member of another unit undergoing two rr,
full-time post exchange. 50th Area Support Group checks out some recreation weeks summer training at Camp Blandlng, Fl.RSTABLISHED Ii i '

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i amine the log books and records of the 50th Area Support Group during two
weeks summer camp. The two work In the administration section of the Florida
National Guard unit.

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More El. ;
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Veteran commissioner Schaefer speed chases revamp administrative
who also served as mayor from policies and design a lawful system to
1974-78, said he is opposed to four- dispose of contraband-all at no extra
year terms for commissioners appointed expense to taxpayers.
city positions and a full-time Another newcomer and former
L -' mayor elected by the people. policeman, Julias Eunice has pro-
mised the provide more law enforce-
Tired A Keeping track of the hundreds of The full-time mayor elected by ment and protection for citizens.
of voters was changed by a special election
vehicles being used in training exercises With seven years experience as apolice
at Camp Standing l 15 a big Job in 1972, which made the mayor a officer Eunice also said he will
? for PFC Virginia Phillips. PFC mayor-commissioner, selected by the insist officers maintain their police
sleepless nights
of the vehicles being commission. The ordinance was standards refresher
Phillips keeps a log << by taking
used by the ,more than 2.500 voted in by 857-516 and was a major courses offered by Santa Fe Com-
Guardsmen undergoing training at part of the contention between War- munity College. Eunice now works as
Do we have a sale for you Camp Blanding from July 2 through ren and the commissioners. The or- collections supervisor with Community -
dinance does
August II. not describe the dutiesof State Bank. .
Aj/ Come In and see our hug. selection ol Bedding. Badcock bedding Is cons'r'ictod In Cur own 'lactoryV > the mayor, nor does it proscribe Police chief since 1971. Jimmy
f'y by skilled craftsmen utilizing the finest material accordance with the highest qu.i..y ..ntrol standards. \ methods of removal. Bowen has promised to continue his
All Badcock bedding meets ,',.nu.ou. government regulations. Experience a truly, superb goodnights Mrs. Lee HeadsBike.AThou Schaefer contends that a full-time efforts to modernize and increase the
sleep' with one ol the finest sleep sets' money can by. mayor would be a waste of money effectiveness and efficiency of the

'/ P with Warren on the other hand insisting police department. ,
01 CArl' 1 ; Starke will need a full-time Bowen has also served on the commission

A mark ol ..c from Badcock I tradition of hr.. bedding\\ir i iA \' \, .mayor In the future.would Warren be sufficient says a officer for from six 1969-71.yean and before was elected
uprb ilftp unit dtiigncd. .,all.d and GUARANTEED \ part-time mayor
toy,,\ For Cystic FibrosisSteve for Starke now. chief. .
B" you lit ullimaK' In limping' eomlorl! ,
A record-holder for incumbency!
Red Oda.., found only at Sadcock Horn Furniihmg, Cenle..' .
.;$p c.l t Saving* OH** I During Schaefer's tenure as com- Merrill Edwards will run for his 11th
bUARANTMA'l lULL .',i .11 UUf K .ftKI SIT NINO, ftl/t SE' I. Gordon, President of the missioner grants for public works' term once again unopposed. '<

........ ....,.. i, mffniucliiiMl. in on SAVE SA.VE SA'.IE'' Florida Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis were issued several roads were paved Edwards said the election day will.
.-...". Inreq..... h. .... own nnlr.nAn.nNr ,, Foundation has announced the appointment and he chaired the building committee be "just another long day."
'Iit"e|'o..rtinn n.YAM mnnry tievif S4QO $80 51' 0000 of. Mrs. Jeanne Lee as which approved the new city He declined to discuss any issues of

: *. MM/rf ,....*..., tt tti<,_. chairman of the annual Bike-A-Thon, hall construction. this election., saying "there are no
in Lawtey. The Bike-A-Thon will raise ,
Issues--just personalities. ,
funds to support research and care Former policeman Jimmy Epps

: .. ".' '.:".. programs' in Lawtey and around was the first to qualify for the race for
'... .'r" .D. ... Florida for children who suffer from police chief. Epps also a retired intelligence
.. _
Y. '....'T",: ,., ..' ".;;' ,.. ,- .<." ....,. lung damaging: diseases. ''officer in the U.S. Air SFCC Registration
.. .
'" D. .. .or :. ... ... Force. now works as assistant purchasing -
-.. 1'D: '\. .. ..... Bike-A-Thons .across Florida are agent for the city.
: :,: ....."' D. ". .. ... scheduled to be held in September.The Epps has ,promised to end 'high- Set Here August 9
t r. '& '. : : ::i chairwoman for
; I. ; ..'; 0 : _: ? honorary this .
's' --
: ; year's Bike-A<:Thon program in
..F __ i Florida is the number one women's .;;SECUE Registration for the Fall Term of
J-o. tennis player in the. world, Chris Santa Fe Community College SFCC
Evert. TIME is set next. Thursday. August 9. at tfie
SFCC office in Bradford High School.
Miss Evert a native of Florida, offered .
The office will be open for registration -
t tvS her assistance with the Bike-A. from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. with an
I A:. I- Thon program upon learning that yBarbecue; evening session from 6-8 p.m.
there are approximately 1000 childrenin August ia i a great month to Students may register for all Santa

.. .\t.. fibrosis.Florida who. suffer from cystic- grill, especially during Fe classes including the 12 offered at
J.IF. .. ',.. National Barbecue1 Week, Starke as well as those at the main
d'\ .,.. I" "One out of every 1600 babies'born'/ August 2-11. Here art,torn* campus in Gainesville No appointment
01. .'X' @ ." In Florida will have cystic fibrosis" tips from the Barbecue Is necessary. .

I .. ,.1./, ,. Miss Evert; explained. "The Bike-A- Industry Association on The Fall Term runs' from
f-o"-.' .. .. "" Thons In communities across Florida. selecting accessories that September S to December 13. .
I j ,11, I' provide hope for a cure." will make you(/ barbecue. Credit classes offered In Starke Include
safe and fun. ". Principles of Accounting I,
1. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation When it comes to utensil, Florida History College Composition,
-Z1 currently funds five CF clinics in. ,think.,long, handles These! Introduction to the Humanities Fundof
Florida; 'Gainesville; Pensacola: y let"outturn: the food..withut Physical Science. Principals ofPoIathmatlc.
i Orlando, Miami.and Jacksonville!; 'holding, your hand Over .. Genera) Genetics and
f u.w TM.Iw T.nn ,. the hot -coals. 'l' ep' glo.." Evolution Introduction Logic,
i '.. Fzseie os k a Cystic fibrosis is inherited.when\ or mitts" near the arillFttooFkr I General Psychology""Introduction to
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." both the : .t Interpersonal
; parent carry genethat r

from the GUARANTEE* M O e fit R Ml Si HI N C C'ft N t It K the causes Cystic it. Current Fibrosis research Foundation funded by _;. ,.,Having ?. : crowd your'.'Make.tnlllentJ'UM.of grill'scooking f Co; Sclences Communications",);!*t. r''Mp-legs', The -Social" iJoi,1-;, ;.',

space. Rib and For more Information stop by the
supported by Bike-A-Thons. has extended potato
}. People Who 128 S. Walnut Starke Fla the average life of CF victim- racks hold your food Starke SFCC office open Monday-
Friday, 8 a.m. to l
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baIINationals in St.-'Louis. ; : .,, '!' .j"' SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.UNION. : .I ,.' ., f ; 'J i ; '; ." /

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IU back up North for the Starke compete for the U.S. crown. I' "1. > ,
baa Goodge skied to Fri. 6:15: p.m. ..
Star the second senior! straight boys softball year team-far the local Stan In their bombed Friday night opener Nursery the of spear what looked like a line up drivebase ((1 ,.1' ..,,.I\. ,, "ttdM'.,', ,... ., ".

16-18 year olds won the Florida A.S.A. Fort Walton Beach 33-23, leading hit for the championship game's'last V.M.Num.t.fUk. \1. I. ,\WINNERS. ,
out. "He must have been four feet .. ., .
championship and will be headed for from start to finish In the slugfest I .' """ V ;
Tournament In St. Louis, off the ground. said Stars Head ACKET' .. !'
the National Jeffery Norman swatted four horn Sat. 1:00 'M
: p.m.
Missouri this weekend. August 3-5. Marcus Cruce added three Coach Jerry McCriff POK COUNTY MnOUMTl lAKMAMOFfl. .,' '.P' .,-, "",,." ., '; "M .
Last year the Stan surprised their homers runs and Chub Johnson poled one "We came together this weekend '.... ,y.', : ,," ..... '! "
state foes enroute to a tenth place in the 37-bit victory. against tough competition, McGriff I 1 ,t ,1"",
finish at the national championships the Stars survived said In reconstructing the state ,'1.. ." .."
Saturday morning Ft! 8:45 ,
four .. .,.
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in Sheboygan Wisconsin. This year their toughest test as Norman tourney really top '. ? "
the Starke club was the team to beat lofted a home run In the top of the teams tills year (the Stars, Rockets, 12 .
but still sliced through the Held seventh inning to beat First Federalof Jenson Beach and Cocoa) all were, t.w noww tsars.uuuw w J> : tit- r .,.:.' }, 7 .t. ,4Sat. ..
undefeated In Satellite Beach, winn- Jenson Beach 7... In the afternoonthe better than we"were when we won.' ,;; .. i 1 .oJ."I. $ ..f."' "
ing four straight games.They were to Stars upended the host Satellite state last year. 1:00: p.m v I .,
leave Wednesday night for the national Beach Rockets 137. In Sunday While Norman provided the long- 0.'.ISA'aooralo.ssAOSwwws .' "
tourney at Harrawod Sports afternoon's final game the Stars topped jjr. ''T
Complex with 30-32 teams expected to First Federal of Jenson Beach .......more on pg. 2B J. 0

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Front row, left to right. bat boy Punkln Johnson Eddie tant Coach Sidney Jackson.
McGee Kevin Tillman, Bill Goodge, Steve Griffin Chub Back row, I I. to r.. Mike Testes Boyd Roberts Glen ,, ; .
111; Johnson. Gnann, John Vsllnski. AI Chapman, Jerry Blalock. Not .. ,",t.\ t\w S ', ;.,:.brviL t;. A". .'.
1 Middle row I. to r.,Randy Andrews.. Mike Jackson Head pictured Marcus Cruce, Jeffery Norman, and Kevin Neel. 4''r. '\I' '1. C ;..J,(11 (!i ,P'' h ,t.r, !
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Sat. 11:30: a.m. THEN G-15 WILL BE NECESSARY., '.

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Open Softball Kicks Off Friday

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The 1979 Florida Men's ASA Major Eight qualifiers, including host double-elimination Florida State
37Mpg. Softball Tournament opens at Hillandale Farms Green Machine and tourney move on to the Regional
Starke's new Edward's Road dia Rainbow Marine of Brooker are bat championships which will be played
mond Friday evening at 3:15: p.m. tling for a spot in the first final August 17-19 in Mobile. Alabama.
with play continuing throughout the scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday. The top From there the top two clubs win
weekend. two finishers in the eight-team spots in the ASA Nationals slated for
-M Labor Day. weekend August
31-September 3, In York Penn-
-- Green Machine' didn't have to
qualify through districts because
':41f 964-6436 US 301 N Starke.. Fla 964.6436 they're serving as hosts this year but
: the local power is no token representative -
i We Also SellMULTIMILE as their number 18 national
r ranking attests. One big upset did
TIRES take place In the District tests as
defending state champ and regional
First Quality No. Blems or Seconds runnerup Dubose of Pensacola could
manage but a fourth place finish In
Free Mounting Compare Our Price the District I eliminator. Dubose was
1 .
; rated *2 in Florida behind the
Machine before their district slip.
e Road Hazard Guarantee Third-ranked G.T. Bray Roofing of
m ".r pradenton will be on hand and will
,, provide first-round opposition for
1 i' ifli Green Machine at 8 p.m. Friday nightIn
2.0 Liter Engine 6 Ft., Pick Up Bed a battle of favorites. Rainbow
G78.14 Marine' and V.M. Nutri. open Friday's
2 7 j Power Disc, Brakes Bright Front E18-,4 J78-15 action at 5:13.:
$2688 H18-14 $2988 $3288F18.4 Also on hand this weekend besides
I 1, v Bumper Painted Step Bumper 4 Q78-15 L18.15 Rainbow Marine, which qualified as
I the District 2 'runnerup will be
Speed Manual Trans No.1400 Plus Fet H78-15 Plus FET Plus Fet District 4 winner V.M. Nutrl of the Ft.
Mpg Round Capacity WSW Tires. Tinted FI'' Gi.AS.BE: TE.D,: \ Lauderdale Merchants of area Lakeland.the Polk District County 1 \

I titlist Bell Flower Marine of ......
Glass Dual Pin Stripes Wheeled Q78-14 Tallahassee American Amicable of ;,
r City e18 14 H7814O7813 J78.15 Crestview. and the Macclenny ..
Moldings .' Door Edge Guards $30' 88 $3388 $3788F78 Timberjacks who 'topped Rainbow.
? -"- L18.1& Marine in the District 2 tourney. i;
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VHH g Pie FET Plus FET Plus FET ".'
I Machine l Us*Shot at 2 Nat'I
Vinyl! Insert.BodySide Moulding ,, Green Machine has already'qualif-
Whit Spoke ed (for the Eastern Division Class.A' ,
Five To Choose. From Tournament of the new United States .
Mo'-Cara $1188.KNEELS $2488 Slo-Pitch Softball Association ,,',
i IUSSSAhartvalorganiatontoASA) ; J,!
light Trucks which uses M foot baselines instead of "

AIR I CONDITIONER SERyiCaM0" Matic 1 Heavy Duty 60 foot footers fences and A fifth requires place play showing on 300'In 7::' ,
IN FDRQ HIBTDRY 1 l.tludni.pToaCmfrt.a. 5A881 SHOCKSinstalled the Milwaukee Pabst) .Blue Ribbon '"
tourney earned the bid, The USSSA
RORT M regional will be next weekend,August I
I installed 2 $25 10-12, In Kirigston. North Carolina, \
A For
BRAKE SERVICE with the winner getting a bid to the \
i Nationals scheduled for' Labor Day.
Jay McCawley RAY WILLIAMS weekend-+the same dates, as ASA'S .;. :
Il5poddCarpedalst CERTIFIED GENERAL "If we qualify for both we'll probably (" \
play In the ASA World '-fri"; ,"), i
Ez rleatsMECHANIC Tourney." Strickland Said. Thomas ; : (
33 Yrs.
o added that a good showing in the ASA '. 1
.1BiIiJ' 2'06 W. Madison 964 -,7.200 Starke, Fla.; World event would probably get!! ;
1 Charge EmlM Machine *' bid .to USSSA'u'"World.: '
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ball Tournament being : !
> weekend at Road
Rainbow Marine isArea's
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tramber one In Florida and Second Rep.
U.S. In the moat recent Slo-
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schedule tftt toast as
another team In this
event It's also the to the World Tourney the next year.
in the event with Its Stars on Kitchen's Tile area flag foot
.tradition, based at least ball team. Has 103 RBI's, 38 HR's,
Green Machine's 1972 .531 BA

the World Tourney. And
recognizable: individual name Mike Hartley-Starke) BUS baseball
tourney will be wearing assistant football coach. Baseball
Machine's Ken Carlton was Hazen'i star at St. Augustine HS, St. Johns
tion's leading hitter at .708 ( CC. winning scholarship to UF Hit-
and was sixth in home runs ( ting .331 with 23 HR'.. 67 RBI's.
'has 143) in the Slo-Pitch
most recent publication.Even Eddie Douglas-Starke) Starred for U
so, this season 1965 BHS state football champs,
(quite up to snuff with played college fottball at Georgia _
hopes as Green Machine Tech. All-World performer in*72.Carries _
.ed the "79 edition as the .323 BA, with 44 RBI'S, 12 HR's. _

Machine crew, one they
:still figure could battle for Jim Gsrllngton-Jacksonvllle( )
:honora.The i landale-s Played baseball at Arkansas State
:club won its first two and for Cannon Welding's (Jax) 1978 '
the year,in St Petersburg and Class "A" national tourney team.
ThomasvUle, Georgia, but Will be taking Athletic Director's postat .... ;..,., ;aT. ......,., y;
:Just once in eight tourneys new Middieburg High School open- Wise, center,
ing in 1900-81 of Waters Is all smiles after homeragalns( Gwynn's fa Saturday evening coon
;ping a Tallahassee field June 1 term. Has .316 BA 29
I "Every weekend we go to RBI's, 3 HR's. 'In I
aiaments that have 10-13 of the
ranked: teams in the country Kevin Kelly-(Waldo) Joined Machine Water's Is Sub-District KingWater's
:competition to win is mighty after playing with Ray's Metal of

;said Ronnie Thomas, a Waldo and baseball at St. Johns CC its )- .\, ',! I '- to'.
Hitting ..327.Ilillandale of Starke pummelled ing two home runs in the frame, and ?> ;. .il.'i ., ,
Coach with Jack '" ,
along Sponsor way through the Class "B" Sub- was up all the way In beating : ; :* .1''
District Softball Tournament in McKelroy's 2823. The losers came '. ,,
Starke with a 26 homer-91 run attackto back to dump Gwynn's Athletic of ,,. .i'j..
move full steam Into this weekend's High Springs 18-12 in the loser's sec .:' ':
District tourney at Gainesville's tion final to earn another shot at the "
Westside Park. August 35. Starke Open League titlists.
"No question that was our best Water's won again, 17-14 with a sw-
tourney since we won the Perry Tournament ing of momentum in the fifth and
I (In early June).' said sixth innings providing the dif
5'r'r Water's skipper Dwight Elder after ference. Two errors helped Water's
i the Sub-District sweep, "That was the strike for seven runs in the bottom of
} iI last tournament we won. I think we the fifth (to take a 13-11 lead) and
% have played well enough to win other when they shut out McKelroy's in the
v 4J times but just didn't get it done. top of the sixth and scored twice more
"I'm confident now if we have a In the bottom of that frame they were
t tournament like we did last weekend I in control.To .
Y. 1y n) think we'll be in the state tourney the reach the finals Water's had I d, I ,
\ ,4 following weekend (August 10-12 in beaten Western Auto of Lake City 16-7
; y1 Cocoa)."' Elder continued looking Friday night, with a nine run sixth in-
ahaad to the District affair which is ning breaking a 7-7 tie,and then over-
dw slated to include eight clubs. The powered Gwynn's Saturday evening
locals open play Friday night at 7:30: 30-12 with Brian Johns clouting three
against the host Hogtown Rollers. Inother homers and Tommy Wise adding twin
first-round games Ralph Pillow a ten-home run show.
Motors of Deland plays Phillip's Tire For the weekend Johns hit ,769 to
of.Crystal River in the other 7:30: pace the winners, including four
game while Shrover Construction of roundtrippers. Charlie Green led the
: Holly Hill meets Lovett's of St. club with five homers and batted .500
.- Augustine and Q & Printing of while Danny McKinney hit .667 with
Cocoa takes on McKelroy's of Lake three HR's, Terry Gaines ,700, Joey
City in the 9 p.m tilts. Bennett .647 with 2 HR's, Tommy
..MiI!' ..... '''''''I H_ V--- '''''''-''''''' '''' -7'-'''''IIIIl'l; QIIot1 'ieI Water's had to fight McKelroy's. Wise .632 with 3 HR's and four other
a : Green Machine in a pair of slugfests'to win last extra-base hits Jim Lewis .533 with
weekend at Westside Park. The Lake three homers and Larry Mercer .524
Front row.lft to right Tommy llanigan.Tommy Austin, Jim Garlington, Bobby Steven, Mike Hartley, Randall City league champs also won a spot to with his two HR's.
) Dennis Crawford. Kenneth Carlton, Coach Ronnie Thomas, McGee Districts with their runnerup finish "It really was a good tournament
teach Townsend Strickland. Back row I. to r.. Eddie laien., Terry Stratton Eddie In Saturday night's winner's bracket like we expected it to be," Elder Waters third baseman Donnie Wise
Douglai. Johnell Smith Coach-Sponsor Jack llaien. U k.._ final Water's plated 10 runs in the noted, "I don't think you could find a snags a line drive at the"hot corner". I
52nd row I I. to r.. Step As"9'I'ao longer will) team, Not.pictured Kevin Kelly Jfl ,' first Inning with Larry Mercer ripp more balanced Sub-District;"

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, and t Townsend Strickland "We totals. Was All-World when Machine o
I haven't seen what we'll do on a dry went to that tourney In 1972.
J ball] park in a while and that's what
II We need. We're a power club and if it .
Tommy Au tln-(Orlando Baseba._ EOUVIPMENI
rains all weekend and the ball's get. OFFICE
Coach at Bishop Moore who will be
ling soggy in the third or fourth inning
taking head
a college coaching
'a. that can hurt us.
. : "I think well win it,especially if edo North Carolina next year. Played
get a dry weekend," Thomas said baseball at Rollins, once leading nation .
of the State Tourney, "Machine's hada in batting for college division. AN D SUPPLIES t'J
big tradition in the area and in the Played with Adair Landscaping' }\
(Orlando) .
state and like we've said before we that was 3rd I World
think this is the best Machine team tourney. .577 batting a >agel02 rib-
bies. 39 HR's.Randall .
ever. But in this game you never can

MCGf'e-Starke\1; --- ... .;;.-=-"_"'" ._
really would be nice... the senior ) BHS -VV _.. _.- -.
boys (Starke Stars have already won baseball star who went with Machine I Summer

state, and now we're pulling for _
Water's (10C Starke-winner of last
weekend's Class "B" Sub-District>)> to Stars Flo. Champ
win state in Class "B" and us in the '
Open division." jl' I I 1 & V Sale =
Green Machine's overall record from IB
... pg
this year is 36-21, as compared to the I DI'I
1978 regular season mark of 68-24 jj II I
against what probably wasn't quite as ball with his five homers 16 runs bat- I'I; / I
tough a schedule. Last year Green ted in, and .600 batting average Cruce i I Continues;: : : \\
Machine finished behind Dubose at belted out a .786 average with 11 r'r' l l.i
state and then was knocked out of RBI's and Chub Johnson hit at a .733: r ;i..ft"wwa ,. ."
Regionals by winner Ken Sanders pace with nine ribbies and a couple of i D N ''.
Ford of Alabama and Dubose, the triples n the state event. Kevin .w ;,,: .
Region runnerup. Tillman hit .643, Mike Jackson .600 .
Player profiles on Green Machine with four RBI's Mike Teston.462,and ... .
players follow: Chuck Johnson and Steve Griffis both '-, .
,429 among regulars as the Stars hit
.546 as a club. Glen Gnann slapped a

the town Kenneth last) Green four Carllon-lStarke Machine seasons( HR he leader annually home for three triple McGriff appearances.and admitted double with his four main RBI's concernin in 10, % To 30 % offll' I'

ranks among the world's top slug b- "',
the days leading up to the national
gers. Last 79 Slo-Pitch magazine '
tournament could be digging fun-
listed Carlton as U.S. batting leader
ding for the journey. The champion-
with ,706 average and sixth in dV.
ship is scheduled to wrap up Sunday I
homers. Now batting .711 with 140
four-baggers. 302 RB..'.. afternoon. Buffalo Grove Illinois
runs Ask About
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Rainbow Marine wW state bid for the Brooker club that baa homers,Gene Raulcrson also hit....,
represent Brnoker M thl* are*' played together tot five year*,"When Timmy VTfcMehead clouted three four- Good '2, 117.
cond Softball qualifier to ells it came down to Just two teems and beggars,Gary Melvin added a homer, Aer:
weekend' state A.S.A. Major Slow we knew we were going to state we and Doug Brown hit 417. Nipper Aa 1178
pitch Tournament In Starke. they were some kind of excited. singled out Raulerson, Whitehead,
lturneyoIn place In the District 4 "After playing those two game Melvin and second baseman Joey
i Crystal River last straight In the heat Saturday and Sanderfer for their defensive work. Some Quantities United No Rain Checks ,
weekend July 37-29. already knowing we were In State we Even though it will be the first time
Rainbow Marine won two and lost weren't ready to play the Timber. for Rainbow Marine In with the
two to qualify a*the district runnerup lEt again." The Macclenny club "biggies"at the Florida state tournament
the title the Brooker 7 Web No. 2196
behind the Mactlenny Tlmberlacks In game 11-5. team Isn't lacking
a field that started with seven teams "1 still think we were the best club credentials this year.They've compiled
but slimmed down to a five team In the District but we Joust didn't hit a 61-20 won-lost record with live
event when two clubs dropped out the ball this weekend. Nipper con wins and three second place finishesin
The Brooker club was knocked into tinued "Maybe we'll start hitting It IS tournaments. AluminumLounge Personal
the loser's bracket by the Timber next weekend (at the State tourney at Their titles came In their own
lacks 15-10 Friday night but came the Edwards Rd. field-God knows Brooker Invitational and In invita $1200
back to rip the Gainesville we'll have to against those ballclubs. tlonals at High Springs, Chief land. $1000
Businessmen 15-5 and outdefense "1 tell you, It would really be Newberry. and In the 2nd Annuai, Fan
Crystal River's Gulf Merchants M In something for us if we could just win a Gator Invitational. Runnerup finishes
the blazing heat Saturday to clinch ball game or two next weekend. It were in the Gainesville Umpires
the bid to state. Hillandale Farms would really help our ball club next tourney the Rainbow Marine invite In
Green Machine of Starke Is hosting year.In. Brooker, and the Union County Pop 1 Reg. '15M Reg. '13i0
the state open event at the new Ed- District play last weekend Billy Warner benefit tournament on their
ward's Road facility. Ray Smith led Rainbow Marine with home diamond.
four home runs and a .571 batting
'"Man you talk about a happy team average in the four contests. HM's Rainbow Marine will host an Invitational .
Saturday night" said RM Coach team batting average was 425. Dan- tournament August 17-19 at the RedwoodAluminum RedwoodfUumiiiy.ii
Steve Nipper bubbling with hit Brooker ball park. Contact Steve Nipper -
enthusiasm ny Bass .500 on the nose while Dick
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Keystone Heights Post 202 ended its rally was killed when Keith Nor- Push Lawn 3 Only Reg. '129M
playoff season on a sour note with two thrup's line drive found the short
losses and quick elimination from the stop s glove. ? No 720 Electric
North Florida League American Richard McDavid had the seventhKH
Legion baseball tournament in base hit. Jax-233 counted 19, 1. .
I>('land. safeties in the win against four Mowers In Hedge
Post 202 was bombed by Jacksonville Keystone pitchers. $900ea
Post 233 15-5 Friday night and s.,.HM i tDIHtllMi
then fell in the loser's bracket to Ieck. IU .4IIW Mf I
W-Clwc riMMW. 1- l11ew(,'). Trimmer
Gainesville 6-4 Saturday to end the '
year 31-23-1-still with the best won- Stock 20% Off Reg. ?
lost percentage in the four year
history of Post 202 baseball. more on pg. 6B....
Host Deland ended up defending its '.
title in the tournament, topping run
nerup Jax 233 and will represent the
league in the State American Legion Shawn I'rl hard's''. .331 batting WickerPlastic
Gainesville in Gainesville. average net a new Post 202 record. % x 50'
Host will be the league's
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Post 233 which had swept Keystonein Hamper
the local's final home doubleheaderlast '
week,continued its mastery over Sat. Sun. Mon. & Tues. Garden Hose :
:. W/Tissue Holder And
Post 202 pitching with this 19-hit victory

in the first-round tourney game. PETER'l""r ALAN '. 'i' Waste Basket .;:c
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6-2 but Post 233 put the game in the '.
bag with five runs in the seventh and PLUS :.r j
four more in the eighth all tourney I .
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the regular seven). :-.J it
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the key hit 'in the seventh while
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in the eighth. ,_ : Store Hours
Keystone had single runs' In the 1'1 'f..t. JlDlfIrnlD: ] : 0f 1JaJrn( "
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home Dickinson In the eighth. In the c "" 1xiLtJ
ninth Bostic singled, losing pitcher Thurs. -. Sat.<
Toby Dillow walked, and Mark PLUS rnG ? :) 29'9

Pridgen singled to load the bags A LL1LJVVIJWLJ! LlW '.. c". '" Sunday : ; ,
walk to Dyal,.domed In the run but. the.,.' '. 'Laserblast" ,\ "
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Obituaries ; : ; : ; .

Mrs.Pinkie RIMS / ; "
Mrs. Pinkie ROM Griffla,
dent of Route t, Box ISOG,
passed away early Saturday :
July 21, 1979 at the Bradford
Hospital following a brief into Savings
Mrs. Griffis was born in
and moved to Starke where
resided since. The widow of
Joe E. Griffis and daughter of THIS EXTRA
John and Charity Griffis
former pioneer resident of
County.Mrs. Griff Is was
the Methodist faith.
She is survived by one STAMP
Mrs.Doris Sikes Leesburg; .
Joe M. Griffis, Ancil W. ,
of Starke; one daughter, ;

two two Mrs.sisters brothers Sillar Mrs.Gunter Calvin Victoria both and of ; /; .I U P 0 N

Henley, both of Starke; v !
children and 34 { ;
Funeral services were f
2:30: p.m. Monday at
Funeral Home with Rev. .
officiating and Rev. W.J.
assisting. Burial will be in
Cemetery with
Funeral Home In charge

rangements.Mr.John Dillon : WIN BLUE RIBBON

Mr. John Dillon Lewis 30, .
of P.O. Box 56. Brooker
early Wednesday morning
juries received from an
accident in Alachua
Lewis was born and raised
ford County and was the
and Mrs. Malcom Lewis.
was a veteran of the Viet _
He also was a member
Methodist faith. Mr. Lewis
the Bradford County School.

and He survived Malcom by Lewis his ; I THE CHOICEST BEEF
one son. John Dillon Jr; i
Mr. Eddie Joseph Lewis.
two sisters. Mrs. Mary
Stanley. Brooker; Miss THURS. WED., AUGUST 2.8
Lewis Brooker, and his
grandmother Mrs. Amanda
also of 8rookt'r.Jo'uneralservices.
: were
11:00: a.m. Saturday
(Chapel of Archer-Tanner
Home with Rev. Terry BLEACH .000059c
ficiating Burial was in .
''eint-tery in Brooker with \ MAID
Tanner Funeral Home of \
cuirK! <>f arrangements.Mrs. 4 Id oi. $100
\ O oe. O O O O O o O CANS
LIME O* oo
: Mabel M.CJillisple (
Mrs. l\Iabell\l. Gillispie DE. 3 QT. $100
Meade and a former . JAlS
Starke. died Thursday 1 SOUTH

ly Mrs.28. Gillispie was a .o.79C
Ronifuy but attended school . .
She was the daughter of the
ander and Laura .
She is a sister of Carr Colley
of Starke CATSUP 3 1Ls T 69c
clenny. formerly 0 0 0 0
) first cousin of Eunice (Mrs. ) .
Kelley of lawtcy and Cecil

) of Other Starkr. survivors 2 I'CAN $0O

Gillispie's husband, Sam .. o
of Fort Meade; six r'f:
Teola {J.//.Lu
:Mashburn M
I Ifcira Smith. Carolyn Swartz
), Moody. and Glenda \ ; ;
I sons William: Sammie Gillispie;Charles a ;; c '

. Blackburn; a second }
I raylnll ('ollt.y. 17
23 greatnrantchildren.Funeral :
services were LIQUID
!II Sunday. July 29, from I
Methodist Church of Fort PALMOLIVE
Burial was in Pleasant !
(Vmetery in Fort Meade. T

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Steve Greek of Keystone Heights / Out
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Ice b was the runnerup In the 14-15 year old .1 I
division of the 33rd International
hr i ; Peewee Golf Championships In Orlando Sports Editor' '. ,'
+ last weekend July 24-25.: 1 .. 1
Greek who will be a junior at KIISIn '
will soon be headed back
players trl-school area
__ the fall added the second place Nine college football from our F
to school for fall practice. I caught up with the athlete during various summer I' i
finish to his win in the Florida PGA ". ,
each follows.
endeavors and a capsule look at the season ahead for "
Juniors 10.11.He .
July of July 19 column and with \ :
Lake Butler's Curtis Sirmones was the subject my
was the leader board after'
; the first round at the Dubsdread Golf no new information I'll wait to catch up on that fleet-footed Ail-American candidate ',, \\ j

Course, shooting a 71 before (University of North Alabama) later. ,I< "
in at 77 for the second 18 and a total A teamate of Sirmones' at UNA who figures to provide some running room is "<
148-one stroke ,behind the winner 6-2 240 offensive tackle Tommy Edwards from Bradford High School. Like Sir- '
Tom Shanks mones he's starting his senior season and, also like Sirmones he's looking to a
Steve's second day might have been Gulf South Conference championship for the Lions. He even goes one better in his"That'sdeflnitely
just as solid as his first round had he
+ f f I a not suffered one bad hole. That hole a goal" Edwards said when mentioned the GSC crown.
cost him the title. "but the main goal is to win the national championship (Division 11)). I think this
Greek lead by three strokes at the is the best team we've ever assembled." The bulk of the team that carded a 7-3-1
turn after scoring eight pars and a 37 record, the best at UNA In 25 years, returns and sportscasters have tabbed the
over the front nine but lost the lead on Lions as conference favorites. The coaches poll leans towards Troy St with UNA
4 the 13th hole. He hit two drives put of number two. *
bounds and took an eight on the par "Two years ago we were beating Jacksonville St. (Ala.) 20-0 at halftime (but
four 13th dropping him one stroke lost) and they went.o the national finals," Edwards continued in a conversation
behind Shanks. between his summer and fall quarters of business management studies, "Then
The front-runners kept even pace last season they just beat us 19-14 and went back to the playoffs.This year we've
over the final five holes as a birdie really got a shot at it. ,
putt for Greek at 18 rimmed the cup "This season means a lot to me because I know it will be the last year I play
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- and failed to drop. football. I had one of the best springs I've ever had. Tommy was a
The second place showing earned starter at the start of the '78 campaign but lost his job after suffering mid-
'UC Women's League Champion Steve four points towards All season head Injury. This spring he won the job back from the player who had
American status on the Junior Golf taken over for him.

lllllandale Farms' Lll' Green Machine-Union County Women's Open Softball team. Junior tournaments throughoutthe He was taking summer courses to be able to graduate on time in May. "I'm
nation are worth All American happy I went to North Alabama. I think it's one of the best schools in the state.

Champions First row the end of the year being recognizedby
Debbie Box and Joyce Polhlll.
Second row (l-r) Eunice Perry, Iris Parrlsh, Debbie Dukes, Coach Robert Golf Magazine Joining Sirmones and Edwards at UNA this season will be Randy Dukes, a 1978
Menzen, Roxanne Stephenson Nan Jeffcoat and Lillie Mae Perry :'x r Union High grad who sat out one year before convincing Lion Coach Wayne
... Grubb he has what it takes at 6-2, 205 to be a collegiate player.
t : "He wants me to play offensive line," said Dukes,who went both ways at times
; \\i for the Tigers. "I like 'em both (offense and defense) about the same.
BHS Coach Youth Football Starke Gator Fans "Being out of football a year 1 don't quite know where I'm at but I think I've gota
Opposes chance to play some as a freshman. I feel like I'm stronger and quicker than I
was in high school. I'll just have to wait and see.
Dear Editor: playing for the coach who has as his basic philosophy "winat Form Booster Club UNA players report to camp August 12.
When Pop Warner football was organized here two years all cost" does little to enhance the development of a
ago the organizers talked to Mr. Charles Francis, Principalat positive attitude or teach the youngster to love the game. University of Florida football fans The Troy State team which will host UNA October 20 in what shapes up as the
Bradford High School acknowledging the fact that they The glamour of the sport makes some youngsters play in Starke have organized a local GSC title game just might feature another local freshman, Emmett Bright of
knew of my opposition to such programs. In a conversationwith when in truth they really don't want to. Maybe later but not booster club for Gator football, LawteyBHSwho walked on at Troy in the spring, made the team, earned a
Mr. Francis, I told him would not try to slop them now. They are at a sensitive age when their judgment cam- holding meetings in the Garden scholarship, and now figures to battle for a starting safety spot in fall drills."I .
from organizing, but under no circumstances would I agree very easily as they are for example by commercials Restaurant and tentatively planninga was on the second team when I left but I want to be first string, that's what
for them to use any high school facilities or equipment. on television.By road game trip to Auburn as well as I'm working for," Bright said during a weight workout at the Tornado fieldhouse.
They told him they planned on practicing and playing their the time they are old enough to play on the high school guest speaker engagements for the He's another "veteran'lreshman having graduated in 1976 as a too small 5-8,
games at the fairgrounds, and would not ask to use the high team, many youngsters are tired of playing football; after fall. 160 pound monster man who kept his dream of college football alive while stick-
school facilities. all, they have already been playing four or five years. I win ing with weights and filling out to a lean 6-0, 180 .
Last summer a delegation of Pop Warner parents approached admit there are a few exceptions where the youngster Club President Gus Kopelousos said Emmett got his chance when Troy State coach Charlie Bradshaw came
the school board seeking permission to use our never seems to lose his enthusiasm, but these I believe to be roughly 22 Gator followers have been through Starke on a recruiting visit to talk to Tornado running back Marvin
facilities. The school board directed them to Mr. Jim Dun- in the minority. Most parents naturally believe their son to attending the Initial meetings of the Tyson. "I was planning to try out at FSU but Coach Sexton (Mike) at BHS told
can, principal of BHS, for permission, which was subsequently fall In this category. After all, it gives the parents club, which plans to meet during me I'd have to be in school first. .1;
given,under certain provisions. The first thing asked something to do with their spare time too.I the football season weekly to discuss- "It's a real nice school but this spring was the first time I've ever been away.
of me once they received permission was in direct opposition would suggest to the coaches that they carry excellent Gator games, see films, and hear from home... that's just me though, I'll have to get used to it."
to what they had agreed on with Mr. Duncan insurance coverage for they and they alone are liable In guest presentations from UF football
namely, the use of the pressbox facilities and various cases of negligence in an accident of a football injury or players and coaches Another Fullback Andrew Carter who starred for the playoff team at Bradford High in
equipment. treatment of an injury.The National Pop Warner Organization possibility being discussed he said 1976. Is hoping he'll get a chance to upstage Sirmones when his Tuskegee In-
:t My basic philosophy for many years has been in opposition is not liable at all,they simply receive a check from the was the trip to Auburn via chartered stitute (Ala.) team hosts North Alabama September 22. .
to the organization and regimentation of eight to Bradford Pop Warner entry as a member of their organization. Greyhound bus. Carter started most games last year as a sophomore at Tuskegee but was
twelve year old boys playing tackle football, a philosophy bothered by a pulled muscle most of the year. He hopes his junior season will be
) which the American Medical Association and the great ma- The coaches should demand that only the best protective The final decision on whether or not his time to showcase the brilliance predicted for him after his high school career.
jority of child psychologists agree with. According to child equipment be used, that it is properly fitted and that to make the Auburn trip was to be "I'm going out to win this year and to get 1,000 yards" Carter said during a
psychologists, the regimentation and pressure at this stagein helmets bearing the NOC-SAE seal only be used. J>' discussed Tuesday night at an summer work day at the RJE rec center. "I had a great spring and I feel like this
a young.boy's life can be detrimental to the physical and I have great admiration and respect for the coaches wtw ,. organizational meeting. is going to be my year."
mental;well being of?the chUdTheboneiare. not fully .work with these youngsters jux ma no"Ulc.1tm; tQJ.M R s-4 Carter, an industrial arts major who weighs In at 6-0, 220 now, says he'll be
, calcified ttins*'making' the 'child more fucceptable to personally only in relation to the capacity in whit .f\ "We welcome any avid Gator fan to down to 210 for the opener, He'll be making a Florida appearance October 27
) epiphyseal fractures.The are involved. *. join. Kopelousos said. Cost Is $25 per when Tuskegee visits Florida A&M. -
human body is simply not ready at this stage to accept In my opinion the Bradford High School football team year for membership with travel and "'--
the stress of a collision sport. does not benefit at all from a youngster participating In the ticket costs to be picked up by n. ---
J Free play at this age provides a more wholesome atmosphere Pop Warner football program. In fact It hurts U', because members also. Interested persons
for participation. Let them make up their own It hurts the young players. There is little or no carry over should contact Kopelousos or the r
rules and have fun instead of under
being regimented an value. other club officers, VicePresidentJim
ta "untrained Coach" who volunteers his time, because he The solution to the problem would be to start a tackle Reddish, SecretaryTreasurerPat
. likes the sport. Bad habits are developed that are very difficult football program for these youngsters in the seventh and Farnsworth, and Jim Odom who ; ,
to break, making it much more difficult for the eighth grades as many other counties are now doing. Kopelousos said "is our l ?
youngster whenever he goes out for the high school football My purpose in writing this letter is to add a note of cau- cheerleader... you always need a
team. Traumatic experiences whether they occur from a tion for the protection of those youngsters who will be play- cheerleader." ;
youngster who is too physically immature to play, but plays ing youth football and to help the prospective Bradford
because of pressure from his family and friends, to the High School football player stand a better chance of suc- [ 1
of the club will be
The next meeting
abuse of the unknowing and untrained coach on a young cess whenever he comes out for the team.It ;
body, can have a detrimental affect on the youngsters attitude Is therefore my recommendation to Mr. Jim Duncan. Tuesday, August 14, at 7:30: at the
toward football specifically and sports in general. Principal of Bradford High School, Mr. Tom Casey Garden Restaurant with a guest
Being properly introduced to the sport is vital to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and to the BradfordCounty speaker scheduled. t ti r
development of a positive, healthful attitude. The Coach School Board that the Pop Warner football league _
means well, but he simply does not understand the not be allowed to use the athletic facilities at Bradford High
psychological and physiological make-up of an eight to School.
twelve year old boy involved in a contact sport.It .
is not all glamourous and fun (Cas it would be in free Post 202
play); It is sometimes pure drudgery. Having to go to practice : Through I I'I

when you don't want to, but have to, or being kicked off -.Coach David IIIAr.., BHS Athletic u ? '
the team, practicing in the cold and the rain even though Director .....from 3B ..' \: 'I
sometimes he will only play 10 percent of the game, and 3Rt.lEiif.3k- .i "..i--- KIIS football-basketball Chuck I

Tommy Edwards starts his senior Dickinson will be suiting up for
GainesvilleKII4 year at North Alabama In the fall.Gardn.rWebb, North Carolina. II
Gainesville led all the way despite I
Keystone Sweeps Baseball Series being out-hit 11-7 by Keystone in their Two Keystone High grads, Chuck Dickinson and Steve Wheeler, will be reporting ;
6-4 win Saturday. to Gardner-Webb North Carolina for practice August 14. I
Five Keystone errors helded the Dickinson, a 6-3, 215 lineman who was offered a football grant to the Citadel ;
A special All Star group of young Outstanding player awards to Starke behind twice during Sunday's affair G-men, who had lost three of four after signing with Division II Gardner-Webb; was chosen as Most Valuable Offensive : I
Keystone Heights baseball players players went to Doug Sammons, to gain the victory over Margate. league games to Post 202, stay alive in Player and got the "Hatchet Man" defensive aggresiveness award as an
swept past Starke's Dixie Youth Ma- Robert Carver and Tony Diggs.In Behind, :5-0, 5-3, and 10-8, the local the double-elimination tourney and Indian mainstay last season. He had played KIIS football since the seventh grade I
jor All Stars and the Margate the game between Starke and nine came back with a two-run home make KH the first team sent home. while also starring in baseball. .
Baseball Club of Fort Lauderdale this Keystone, the winners pushed across run by catcher Paul Hemme and two Two singles and an outfield error "They lost their starting center so I think I'll probably have a chance to start at E t
past weekend July 2829. the winning run in the final frame hits with the bases loaded (and two gave Gainesville a 2-0 lead in the top center this season," the Indian grad predicted. He was asked where he would : !
Keystone slipped by Starke 7.6 in when Dwin Home walked to forve in outs) by Terry Harvin. Vey picked up of the third. KH cut it to 2-1 in the bottom have to Improve to play college ball. [
the first game Saturday and beat the the tally. Ronald Harper hit a home his second win of the series In relief. of the fourth when Dinky Kilby "The main think is to get stronger. I need to build up my upper body, I
strong Margate team 12.5 Saturday run for Keystone while Terry Harvin The Margate club has proceeded singled home Chuck Dickinson, who "I've thought about playing baseball, too. I'll have to see what the coaches I
evening and 12-10 Sunday afternoon.In and Horne each added two hits. northward to the Pee Wee Reese National had walked but a three-run fifth put think about it." f
Starke's contests against Richie Vey was the winning pitcher in Baseball Tournament In KIIo>S- Gainesville on top 5-1. A couple of
!Margate, the local team came out on relief.In ville, Tennessee. walks helped G'ville knock loser Scott Wheeler graduated In 1978 but like Bright kept looking for a college football I f
the short end both times, losing 12-6 Starke's two losses to Margate 'Iir! IJm' .......e ......."'.""" Allen out of the box. chance before happening into the Gardner-Webb football offices on a trip through ,
and 11-4. Sammons three hits in of KH refused to fold, coming back North Carolina. ; 11
"It was a great series for all teams game with Robert Carver adding two rJ{ with three scores of its own In the bot- "I stopped there in December of last year and a couple weeks later the head ,
and all of the players for each team more hits. Tony Diggs fielded several l tom of the fifth. Clark Stovall startedthe coach called and asked me to come up for a visit- looked like the door had !
seemed to have a lot of fun" said hard shots for putouts at third base. spree with a single and with two kind'a closed up on me at one time but when they found out I could play offensive i
series director Larry Horne, "As the Keystone's ace pitcher Ronald :' =t outs Keith Northrup followed with an line as well as defense they reconsidered. The Lord really worked it out for me," :
newspaper said last week, Margatehas Harper garnered the win on Saturday RBI double. Northrup scored on a Wheeler explained. He played defensive tackle and linebacker at KHS while :
a tremendous team and we were evening oy striking out seven in five -I' wild pitch and Bob Hemme later handling the kicking chores and also moved over to fullback later in. his senior f
of course, very happy that one of our innings. He allowed only four hits raatw+s+ singled home Dickinson who had year. :
local teams could come out on top." while keeping Margate players off reached on an error. ".'11 be playing guard or tackle (he's 6-2.220) and I want to try to kick and punt't t
Receiving outstanding player stride with his knuckle balls. Donald tt. '.' B ,' ":' : David Cannon scored Gainesville'sfinal also," Wheeler continued "They've got a new coach and I'm just going to do I
awards after each game were Kuespert pitched two innings to pick .., -} run on an error in the seventh. everything 1 can to get noticed from the first day of practice on, I don't want to be 1\
Keystone players Terry Harvin up the save. .. ," Dillow was two for three in the loss just another freshman., ; I
Ronald Harper and paul Hemme. The Keystone team came from while Clark was 2-4. and both Dillow.
...- 'f and Hemme 2-5. The area's two major college performers are both BHS graduates Lawrence I
: : Patrick is trying to shake Injuries as he returns to the University of Florida as a !
: -.... oawir 4r.i freshman in after red-shirting last season while 1979 Tornado j
eligibility rushing 'I
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s_ nHBBSBL. r arp..tsN.Kit's ). record-setter Marvin Tysonheaded to as a running
j > -<<..,-.1---. Patrick damaged his collarbone in a car accident and then had his right wrist I t I
pi/o' I'f cuts Kuesperl, .takes. In a cast for almost seven months after hurting it In practice last year. lie missed I :
: ,.., spring drills but still seems confident. I ,
.,1' w; THOMAS METALS IKC. .. r "I'm pretty confident even with the injuries," saidPatrck.,"who's been> at I 'i :F i ii
I : home In Lawtey while working with a land cleaning outfit for the summer "I've i I! .j
Y. tV ;X ... got a shot at making the traveling team, Missing spring drills hurt me some but. ; 1
,., ; Metal.Culvert(f" Pipes for Driveways And Drainage UWI3 ( rW ; (? the Injury helped me In a way. My left arm has developed so much that now I'm J t '
--r... almost ambidextrous. I'll lust have to look real good In practic The new S
I z'' :r 'I/\\ coaches (Charlie Pell's staff) haven't even seen me hit yet.!' : I

Specializing In Mitered End Sections And ElbowsBuy 138 E. Call St. \ .Starke, Fla. 984-5890 Patrick:, *-3 212, is playing-defensive( end for the Gators where he was a Tor- .,I
f ;. f'I\ '\in' ..*.....e?.;''sii b 1 nado linebacker "There's not that much difference,"!he sa !/ "We still drop J' <
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'Direct"From :Manufacturer And Save Tyson rushed for 1,734 yards to break the BHS single-season yardage record
last year but at 5-7.168 (he figures he'll be up to 175 next season) he had to wait
.' .. ,+.'I". "! ',;' .. ''"'' ', l'. l ".t.,.. ,,... Plain Cake '\(" : Until late June before finally getting the offer from ISU a 19,0004tudent Indepe.dent *
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'i'I1 '. ;". f.D,Nrer l lI .- I"\O' The Redbirds were just 2-9 last year and got little offense out of the Iformationfrom
.. : J ,. I i' : \ J'i; ; I.. Donuts ,Each : .jt their tailbacks so Tyson might get a look them fall;: %, '.
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"' :' ,:'My.maln concern Is to stay injury-free been lifting '
'E ake Butler, Fla'. ,., 496-2013 weights and running and I'll be bigger by next season.'*A top-notch student at '
BHS, he plans to major in economics > rI',:',\i' ",.' l

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was dancin' In the street.." so the song goes, and dancing there WM I
the Bradford County Telegraph topped their centennial celebration with a
dance Saturday night '
only was there dancing, but eating and singing and iust plain funning. 1;+gnjF
toy than a thousand people turned out for the Telegraphs party honoring Its 4
year of bringing news to Bradford County. L
gargantuan effort that went into producing the 1ft-page edition was not
until the wee hours of Sunday morning when Telegraph staffers were help- '.
up the aftermath. rr !:
Invitation asked people to bring!lawn chairs, appetites, friends and family ;nu
old-fashioned fun and everyone complied most generously.
appetites consumed over five cases of chicken, eight gallons of baked
seven gallons of coleslaw 100 hamburgers, countless Coca Cola and a :
treat of swamp cabbage salad. ;
food was prepared by Inmate* from Lawtey Correctional Institute and tl' lVVl'f
all the finger.lick In' and grinnln' going on, the food was, without a doubt.
Special thanks to Clarence Anderson, head cook, Mario Petacclo,
Brown and Gary Bivens. l
were plenty of lawn chairs, some bicycles and lots of cars. People say
haven't seen this many people In one place in Starke for time. Cau
was a huge parking lot and the old courthouse served as timely backdrop.
pel music accompanied most folks'',dinner with the Frampton Family
leading off the night of music. Things started livening up a bit when W.
played his fiddle, and the Strawberry Swingers had all eyes riveted .,
twirling and swirling. ywwlxn1I
I In case anybody thought It was going to be all old-fashioned celebrating, a
d bond, Smokty, rounded out the evening's festivities-bringing out the M
qU, bashful dancers and the most bashful. Even the ladle In their old-time .2
came out to do a little disco.
best old-fashioned costume was donned by Mrs.Jessie Young,who won$25 ::.
noto-tlmely fashion. Mrs. Hud Paulk came in second; Lee Harden
1 / e. third; Marcia Hardenbrook, fourth; and Clara Johnson, fifth. ,
from the dance will RO to "Lawtev Unlimited" for civic protects
the junior class of Bradford High School. -
long after the proceeds are spent, the memories will linger and perhaps
100 year, a "street dance'' of sorts will take place for another celebra-

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the Tee-Ball League. Yankees-David. Corry and Bill 3 Snickers-Wendall Shanks RS, September 8, at Union High Two- :day football practices for the

Men's Softball Cracker I/- Bubble 18 (Mon) RS; Dodie and Mike 2 RS. \ Jason Jody Danny Lori, And Nan :2 School's stadium. The pre-season Tornadoes open Wednesday. August

L..._Standing*..el Tee). W-l Crackers-Evan. Julie and April RS apiece. Jamboree Is slated for the following 19, at t '.m.
Oriole 6-0 Joy 4 RS each; Leaton and Robbie 3 lnlkllThur) Saturday September IS, with all 'All players will need to have had a

W..ho'.re 7., IIS. Reds-Lisa, Bart, and Cindy 3 RS Muskateers. -Zero 4 (Jul 29) league teams playing and the season physical examination. They can get
..."ea.... M Bubbles-Travis and Kevin 4 RS; each. Muskatecr-Tara and Eric 2 RS opens with games Saturday, those free of charge at the health

Myc..Orwlg. .., April 3ES.Zoakers Hulks-Ashley. Michael Ed, and each. September 22. department by calling and making an
ark DveW 3-4 Jeff 2 RS. A supper for cheerleaders, players, appointment a couple of days ahead.
obmereJevcee 2-a over Rascals forflct Mon. Union Pop Warner coaches and parents will be held on Players are reminded to take the

Blue) ISSUer 'Gator 13-Sun* 10(Jul 25)) Pop Warner football players should Tuesday, August 21, at the RMC forms along for the physical. !'

1-' lopes(tending. *..el T.... W-l-T Gators-Jimmy 3 RS, Chris 2 RS. remember to bring their birth certificates Training Building at 7 p.m. Details JV football players should come

-3 l-i z.......* ..,-, Suns-Bagwell Bishop, Johns and to verify age at the formal will be announced at registration. down to the Fleldhouse to get forms

.......,.. 4-3-1 Bishop :2 RS apiece. registration and weigh-in for Union All players and cheerleaders must and then go for the physicals. Players

Crecfcer ,-... County Pop Warner football at the be seven year old by August I. 1979 can also Bring forms from their own

escels J.,-, leegwe tending. see of T_. W-l Lake Butler City Hall on Saturdays and not 3layersolmust August 1,197V.Football physicians. .

Keystone Sun |1.1 August 4 and 11, from 10 a.m. to 12 weigh at least
Starke Ceter. 12.3 noon. 40 pounds and not more than 115 KITS Football

Women's Softball Y.n"..* $.7 Cheerleaders will also register at pounds by August 31. Thirteen year Keystone Heights' Indians will start

leegue.toite'lna.t es el Twe. W-L Smallfry MinorThe Hulk 7., the same time and place with no olds can play u they weigh less than football practice at 8:30: a.m. Wednesi

Seventy Miners 41.J Suns won twice last week to ted Ml weigh-In required. Parents of players 95 pounds. day. August 19, with the first session

'.2 stay in first place in the Smallfry Astro J.J and cheerleaders will be required to of two-a-days which will continue until
ITC. ,.J Minor League. Starke sign a registration form. The following teams will be formed school itarts. :

Pink. Penthers 0., Registration fee for football players this season: Football physicals will be availablefree

Galon 18.Yankee !. (Tue) Smallfry MajorThe is 920 to pay for game jersey and In- Mighty Mites-ages 7-9 and of charge at the high school

Gators-Jimmy 4 RS, Chris 3 RS, surance. The cost for cheerleaders is less than 75 pounds. nurse's office Thursday, August 9, a4(

Pop Warner B.J., Chad, Bo. and Scott 2 RS. Snickers continued to lead the 45 to pay for Insurance. The Junior Pee Wee -ages 8-10 :2 p.m. This will be the only time varsity -

Applications for Pop Warner Yankees-Chris RS. Smallfry Major League with the cheerleaders will make or buy their less than 85 pounds. and JV players can get free
Baton/Flag/ Corps will be available at Muskateers and Zeros deadlocked In own uniforms. Pee Wees-ages 9-12 less physicals.

the KIIA concession stand and Top of Astros 12.Hulk*7 (Tue) second place. Practice for players and than 100. pounds.

the Haystack.For Astros-Bo 3 RS. Cindy 2 KS. cheerleaders will begin Monday Junior Midget-ages 10-13 Season tickets for KHS games are

information call 473-2466 or Hulks-Andy 2 RS. Marathons.Zeros (Thur August 13, at 9:30: p.m. with footballpractice less than US pounds on sale at the high school at
4732068. at the RMC field and Guarantee Federal, and at the Top of
Suns 22.Red 8 (Tue) James Marathons-Carmella. Stephanie cheerleader practice sites to be an- For additional information contact the Haystack. Cost is $12 for the live
Starke Tee-Hall Suns-Johns 4 RS, Bagwell. Bishop, each. Gary, Diana and Randy :2 RS nounced. Mike Bearden, 496-3&21 or Fred Cunn home vanity games. 4UIIS

The Zonkers used a forfiet win anda and Gray 3 RS; Bishop Williams, and Zeros-Terra. Kim and Tammy 2 Scrimmage Set at Union 11.8. ingham, 4962456.Bradford. -
Gathler 3 RS.RedsLori .
Crackers victory over the Bubbles RS. A controlled scrimmage with
and Bart 2 RS. FootballThe

Union High Boosters Club will

have a reorganizations! meeting

Pop WarnerThere Monday, August 6, at 8 p.m. in the

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE will be a Pop Warner football high Plans Bchoolllbrary.will be made for the 1980.

dance this Saturday at the August National 4, from Guard 9p.m.l season. Everyone interested is Invited .-

to attend.
Armqry in Marke.:

The music will be performed by The Tiger summer football training

: GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Gold Rush, a live band out of St. drills begin Wednesday August 15. I

Augustine, with tickets costing IS per with two practices each day morning i

.. person. Adults 18-and up can pick up practice from 8 to 10 and evening ,

tickets from any of the Pop Warner practice from 6 to 8. :

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN football coaches or officers of the. Practice with pads begins Tuesday, II
association or at the door. It will a August 21,
bring-your-own-bottle affair.
The Tigers' Fall Jamboree has E

been moved to Chiefland because new

CLASSIFIED SEC710N. leogue.tendlngi e*of Ti... W-l lights will not be installed at the

Snicker Ij.j stadium by that time. It will bt>

'. Muekoteer 7.7 played at 8 p.m. on August 31.
"' : Zero. 7.7 UHS takes on Newberry in the third
Merathon and faces Chiefland in the
,,' 2.12 quarter
fourth quarter. I

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Shop The Sun's Classified section -CLASSIFIED ADS I


every day for great shopping values. K.yakoflepre. Hda ,

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CASH FOR COlDt Sterling ( FOR IAUIa.autlf.l.t ,

Jewelry diamond, coin.. I CLASSIFIED AOk | heolthy friendly, pup*.

!II dental gold. Will your Deadline for IntertleV t D3.rmon--ccos1.: Labrador..

IJ: ..., .. home nywtier.iiMvi> (.... T.Oddpnp..mApreC.dllgThundey 1 \''n, man. 475-1069.2/1 tfnchg. '' > before publlcojflon. ..wormed $15. l Itchg.8/2 ,

, I ,Minimum charge $2.SO. WORK T:
Huh School ..._... Training WANTCOMAIO... Prefer Thursday Weakly. Wweakly. erFriday. MAINTENANCE rental compleM NELPER'SLaoe needs J Beautifully wooded lot* on (Cover IS Word), 1! WANTEDiDependoble lam Ii{
111 **experienced In the preparation References required. maintenance .......... EMperlence i Each word over I SIs
will do work and
of programs tor electronic and bottom lok. ly yard odd
:fjI I computers. Call 3'"HOT halptul, but not necessary.CUSTODIAN .. clear <
Sorting salary will depend Can 315.1111. '" I 10 cent \ Reasonable !
I |lob. rote
on Qualification. Apply BODY SHOP TECHNICIAN Good term or discount for '
Santa F. Commmunltv. Collaee.rlet C_lenc.... >...., wMk. Ptanlv. cah.l 9 with nice '' |Not responsible for error* .[ 473.4062.21pd' 8/2 ':
]/ .............,. action. of work. G lod _.... Apply. In mature, a.parlanrad .- acre when the (
Equal Opportunity.Employer. _..... Shaw ft Kaatar' Body In maintenance flop,IIM.carpet tree overlooking lake from'( given over phono
11 Shop 3333 N. Main' St cleanlne *. schedullne or when copy I I..ot typed' I !
work load Par ._'. cell theflrst $3.500 S500 down.$50 FOR HENTiOno b.drooMcottage
Mutt be thorouoMv. e'perlencad Individual HIGHLY MOTIVATED Sales ._"..Ccft. 3M-deal. month. Commercial lots on I end brought to the oHIce. unfurnish.d.ccep//

practitioner In '_.1 work.In off tlnele Ice. business to equipment.represent borer Salary In SECURITY SR-21 North available. I I | store and refrldgerofor;.

Immediate opanlne salary. teStl.OOQyr commlsnont.*fringe /7eiltSECRETARV Owner-aleman. 473-4375.. $90.00 p.r month plus]
PART TIME BOOKKEEPER Call J/4-IOII. Part time positions available. .
for daveloper. Call tar Interview. F....accurate, tvplne Per LOft.ce required Apply.S amt em or call 310.5154. 2/22 tfnchg. INVITATION TO BID On. utilities, first and lat month
Brine resune..d.henc.s 3111700. MANAGER IWMEPrattle Mo.._lance necessary S ACRISs on 214. nearK.ystene Ford dump truck. May be Inspected pies $50 de'poslt. No]

national firm needs. Phone 3sa3 $735 PER MONTH Height $300 at city yard Monday children or pot*. 473-349'
VAHO MAINTENANCE: Mon- your. retell 1 outttandlne Air ConcHtlonlne Mechanics fw pollution co. In area needs*
day throuoh fvId v. Pull time.lor .. ODerleeceo..n In Dual MechanicS Mal O4tof lo for .vdv.trtl.lno AVci4T.tom down. $89.81 per month. through Friday. 7.00; 8:30: to 10 a.m. or p.m, and;
pool and vard maintenance.AAA Oppartlm." Norm, in- Metricians: >r eV4trvlco work. R.Id Phone a.m. to 3.30; p.m. All bid all day Sunday. 1 Itpd 8/2 :
EMPLOYMENT. Low Low. ..aces.aii.I.. _11I_. Service H K. Wallace Inc dvananail whit regular rolavT .. 473-4O58 or 473-4367 ;
}re./ 1441.Term 1111 to MW IJ SIft charge ou..n'_vo daytOMEAT IOI MB IMh Av*3n 151 : .ro-id.nt c.iM 115511 after 6 p.m.3/29 tfnchg mud be oaled and properly ':

marked. a* coaled, bid. Bid WHOLESALE AUCNTIONEv.ry ;
will bo received until opening Thursday 7:00p.m. :
!: OAS M115A0E.17 DIESEL RABBIT Air" AM/PM loll MERCURY Canes XR'. RCA time. Regular Council 2315) SE Hawthorne
0.'_ 4-door, Locke rouon, but Radio. speed l.7. *.noo miles.Parted Air, AM/FM. I/track. Good Whirlpool. CE part 10. 1979 at .
runtenod. .voo or .....Offer Call conditionM.4r3-ll; condition. .,,_. 1,1-4111 studenf WHEELERS betweenKeyttoneMelrote. Mooting July Rood Gainesville. TruelJ
Jim Junior,J/a-MII or in 5554 If no answer, 4n3MIl Haeptrylne.Itw 7:30: p.m.. Municipal load. of n.w merchandise!

.75 TOYOTA VALIANT t-door. automatic Blulldlng. The city of tool*, .l.ctronicsl'
COROLLA Air groceries
..,. HONDA C VCC, 33._mile. conditioned, automallc. H._ air power .,__ slant .. 475-2401. tin chg 4/19.
.new tlrvt. luneue. Carburaor..chant ml. 03...... l/l.JOI. alter Spm, Mew .lIc...... Leeks a, runs eood. Keyttone Height marvelthe pottery aut0matlv.t
attar S Murt U_.nfIW ue Ne :3rd Street audenl *.>X>neeotlabte. 3/--T34. FOR lAlIiAlumlnum' pone ) right to reject any and household. Bill Perry, ouof.

nn OATSUN 4ie waoon, oood'ondltlon tell OOOOB VAN toon boat. 8 by 24 loot no all bid. 4tchg7l2SWANTEOiMalo. tloneer. 4tpd" 8/2
> MERCEDES BENZ MOfc. "M-1O: mpe *._. Cell Air, automallc, radio, new tires motor or traitor, at I I. $800 1i
\ pr.. r records'P.. new ......,malntananc* J9 ll StudmtALPA cu..oml. seooo Call Jeyce, on Lake Geneva.. 12 loot or female i
..,...available, oood condln 7TT4lldayter4Ssla4eevea Interested In Men- WHOUSAU AUC
3/54011 aver I..... ROMEO ln GTV. excellent 25-50
rowboat fiberglass, $40.
WINNfeSAGO 70' Bravo. 3V. condition Inside ft out diverwllh
and TIONiMondoy.
OOO m* t=Mc* llftnt C., ten CAPRICE black Interior, numerousadditional Kelvlnator waiher $50 Pink talphytlc. hypnosis! p.m.
CLASSIC perfect Now tires/ ''-'' Me problems
AM, ears, air, condition ._.... radar oa*. equipment. SJOOOneeotlable regular .... Newly Inspected controlled franco. Phone 17 North at city IImll.'ola.ko. *.
ma. tv antenna t/ oo 1'4-VM good llaaoe. See to appreciate, Serious InquirIeS = taoO. 17O14M,J1a-_ crib with new mattre. plus
....1 Ip 5155' 31341'S.dew. only 3/> 74l.e-.P m Studentie chlffarobe $50. Colt 473-2493 1tpd82.lOSTilomala Auction Fri'
AM/FM. air. excellent In- e vw ise DODGE DART aluminum day Sunday 7 p.m.
PASTBACK. 3a borbeque grill
Side and out Low mlleaoe. tleoe,.. IN/. CHEW PICK UP cvllnOfr. sound Maintenance 'mpa.mechanically 4 door, encellenl runnlnei condition. everyone. w&come.Itpd 8/2:
firm J/7 mi Student LSOO.tfandard Ca11371-6103 tnln. Rue pass. record taoO _I"" .. Interior perfect.. Asklnome $10. 475-2259 alter 6 p.m. doberman
Rick. 3r.40l4aves Stvdmtsnno La113127174.5.5.JV5 : and
weekday anytime on female dathund from
we.k.nds. Ilchg 1/2 vicinity of Swon lako Road.
Medical bedroom carpel, drops.

sir 1 Down bam. sets E. Cant you n.heal/air': : 1 .'..U1MO. 1 bash tar home IMS wim immaculate centre hone WANTED power TO motor IUYt In 20-25 good for both attention dog, reward needed, oloctrie rofrldgorator.stove attatched. ands

carpet fenced yard, owner flnanclne. > heal Sir. on nicely wooded I 473-7150. or 372-8SS7. I Itchg
..._... U4a../_ acre lot. Commutlne)dlslence te condition. 473-2741 Itchg garage with washer and
Ownar-Atsoclate town peel terms. 8/2
-T 3r3lf71CMARMOP 8/7
: Marguerite" L.Rhe.R.ALTORCentury dryer connection walk to
VCSTCMVEAR It 3/1 U3 school and downtown
With HMs tares 1 BR home Separate -
On Ina CP.ESEMT ocean.1 BEACH S..a Cainewrrpos dlnlne. room ., 3 fireplaces.Located .Y OWNER. NW. near schools ash0eeln. MARY KAY FOUNOiRod and white bird 47' >34o3 Cor 473-3184. ItcKg
on eulat shaoad lot In .. etlrscllve 1 ... 1
Fully furnltneel.Call dog. male collar read Eddie 8/2
Alachua Ownernawlnn. evellatMe. bah, .."'"., room wltH brickflraplace. COSMETICSLouise 1
347 3147.OUPLl1.
*.*._ "C" Carl Turllneton. keels utility., c__. Bryan call 4733903.

Nw Ittl .._. t.R. I REALTOR, 112'25 cent double heat/air carport.euttlde fenced._yard_, Starling Itchg B/2 The city of Keystone Height*
bath, cent air a, ...... wail-walt LOVELY .
carpel, owner in lie*
C./17130117.tacurlty. 14O Month.MO Carpel, air ft utilities hirnlthed.watklne Evening 473-3082 Is now accepting application
diStance te UP ALL CEDAR HOMB In Live Oak for four park' and
'35/ '" Call 37004 Keystone Height/
5 DOWN Peymant te ouellf led Acre*. ;33ie SB lettt ....... te street laborer
r. buyer. 4 BR. I bam M MB. Mew BAR, LOUNGE PACKAOBttore soya,. feet ".-..,.. sunken REGISTERGAS Application
cant @ecaeOI. _. llvlne reem 1 ecre let Just must moot the follow.
haat/alr. fenced cash 11 Es *
t, : Uf...... Owner-Attoclale irt-jm tablished customers Seal C Stale minutes from ofrwnlimii G'"..... HATERSBULLDOZING AND OIL
4-' ft Liquor license 030._ down rt.oo inl>ler 3o ee ing qualification: ((1) Able, _

I UNEFRONT( { buys Wayne evarythlne 0 MatonftCoREALTOR. but Inventory.. 93.1. TsMBftM If. ',. landscape. tnaintenoncC
No down .Mvmonl On tooMffflffu .177araeMOOBRN 2 TO 17. and e-ro1Iobor. ((2) HetiP
...: 840116
115 ACRES en Secluded Deed- Lass v......... In Int.rlicn4irtLl. Rental : BR. I ...... llv. 964-AM dent of
end street In hlehlv' ratlrlcledunlvartlly ..* ..**.*.. ;3 .R. I Cam. OFFICE euiLDIMO. ire e> dlnlne reams, e Huee sfwdle *Bulldozer Clay County. ((3&
Acres Adlacenl te .nt h..l .. ... low square teal live
c .uver ftttum private ef- apt. Separate entrance Unemployed for 15 out oE
Oaks Mall /.... NW Itth Ave. In norto.H. pay c c-o-no C"M ice.. kitchen.. Good eerklne. _._ Owner... finance. Don Large or Small LP BOttlBB
win trade or salt i-omx> CeHO/y M3t. JD-5*>j..l>-...... T 4SWlAvanue POona 3'...... e Manterl I REALTOR 1/T-eTOl the previous 20 week:
*LarrJFIH .. Please contact Mr*. S.on.-
"' 0" Motor Home FMIodftelleetae : Florida Slate .Employ

: Oueenslie. Waterbed frame COUCH e> CHAIR Iterculen.rwtf. PondsWILBUR ..,.,Ic.. Clay County Annex
-..... Mews & bale cetars Ta- d/ :
.;SKX maltratt.Lira l3e encellentcondition .... brewn seas wpm >1> _.... ..8iN9..a. .." Highway 16. Green Cov
All lair .!/. I1IOSW :3r.Ave e V WATER of .
l>V.s-e> fir the Spring, Call 473.37111
I. LIVING ROOM' Saf-Meturet "<...MtAeMI 295. All .
I wood frame couch, chair, atsaiman. CAMOPVBBD. M. Sire Bo. ,.... oppllcoenur n
.end'-. and coffee table. Sorinow lor slntla bed. *... Can w.MeBsssssMM fll fisstsfssssi4472S be. received. by Friday
000PoraCa1371 ll... in .e.>5 etter I
DARKROOM eeulement pmMAVTAO WfffVTepe )
ChideS -..-. .: dryie Insafallehls. -. ,, ..... August, 10. 1979. Itch; 8/2
_. .
Sears di er.Bete ,
J *
L'' 1 'f w..develeeiee..... _.,.cantratt tanks.filter leave.. TVP-BWRITER. Olivetti Letter fir *IM, Craftsman !>" ..4-..4t Home ... .-
\ lens Camwlel.._lees 3"30 31 Never used Manual M.Cell chats saw. a IllS.! Cell 1/1-mt mf 1 r u ... .. 1 'III --i.
313-162'1. !t, lei-3 at \ 1754100DiAMONDpIIUCELACE .
tV .YI..G "" ._ sears Dryer 1 Mtopae: HOME CLEA 2U O & Fill
,' Eecell.nt ondilian. Slat ."'''. C. SCANNER Vf>/UMP. 1* LAN lilT i
% ..
, h. : Stove. 3s' fed but works final.or c. *. Reellstlc. ill. CellSTBRBOt
C... J..... "v/n' 313-:11IO.: ILIonSSd te r>mn efsueo. aneland. SERVICE POLES
m_bare IS...... ,
.large Or $mali' Jobs
; ....'.... .Kerdon
t / I'N.: : ....' been used ."..-._. raid Roc.._. AR V _....... Car- Reboil L UPRRUT PIANO. SesAHu/feriafe.tafrkhr ._ 100 AMP '
Turn.be33e. 13144$5
CO" ,ii
'r'? WS C.11371 5b5 J'VMJI 375.3631 516 can Diana Ills 011".1/55. igl.JS'' Dozer Work,.fl,.

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; >** Interested in itt $ -ToPSoll :
placing ? ,
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tharpenlng service,circular lggi and sal typee of .. .......,. SI cu ft, like new PUPS $63. Lowto)'. Phone

hand carbide chain ......n mooei* repaired i.. (200. HAMMOND ORGAN: 782-3036. Itpd 82FORECLOSURI
Made hollow '" ..
mower ground eluding"n,. Work 'I i Ill i ill I I i1'' l model E. pre-et with

and Jackson balanced Building Lave Supply at clan.rawder toOtOnabl", 964-S760.. Hen'1 !HrJ W'A'8tl I IIMTOiFtREMENi}{i : ) I; : O'f.1 '' >[O.R; s d ( ': lo, ,:;t : i lo..1t $:A'n : pedal speakers excellent. cabinet condition'lull tenures c& and PROPERTY residential!

Slorke or Keyitorte tits, tfchg. 6/21 "' '" : I; . .. 1000. Phone 782-9796, Inclde City of Ham.....

TFchgAIC0K0I.ICS 11101'. NM 'oet Cavrol I WILL BUY hand-qullt.d Minimum on*and MOBIL NOMfSi Why pay PALMS APARTMENT Furnished CHAIN LINK FENCBmotertal. ttchgO/3 Guaranty Federal. Stark
more? Buy direct from fac Do It yourself and office. Phono"" .5000. 6/28
SeMps.5 P1.. The March.I. quilts. The top may be put one-half military or serviceman efficiencies and t BR AKC MCtmetO GERMAN
: On To lid Your Homo of together by *wlng fire-fighting\ ax.perience. tory. Larg selection of 24, apt*., weekly'" or monthly.." save. 1"IIoIlatlon'lobi... tNIPHIROi Female 12 fFchIll
ANONYMOUS Phone Nuliance machine. 11. 12 wide. .. COMMUNITY NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS, Free estimates. HondyMan 'week old. Phone 964-80S1.
Pad. Phone .
964-314* or,...6582. TFchg M-9394.. */JI TFN Call 1-246-4661. 7/26 collect 8/2 for Need mechanical MOBILE HOMES SALES LH monthly only. 3313 N Temple ,Fence Co. 964-6559. TFchg $SO. 8/2 2tchg 89GARAOI FOLLY SAW SHARPIMU and
2tchg ability auto truck
or 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. Ito Starke. TFchg Moving.tot., ho been used very lit.
RIMODILINO. BUILDING NOTICIi repair. Excellent benefits. 6 Sunday. Phone BAHIA HAY Argentina, SALE .. JOTS SAW SHOP. Phone
,RIPAIRSi Now kitchen, OIIor All equipment. left EMPLOYMENT APPLICA.TKJrtt Apply Monday thru Thursday 96/-1741, TFchg MIMOSA MANOR mobile highly fertlllied. Phone Household and baby Item rot'' .....7510.71" 4tchg 8/9
bath, family room*.-tvtck 30sold aft., repairedwill are being token forfulltime 1-3 p.m. or tend homo park mobile homes 9646071. TFchgWATSON'S book. behind Ralford '
block, -. .. Fireplace and for.part. labor Insurance clerk resume with alary requirement 1974 MOBILE HOMIl 12x72 and space for rent Phone Office. Saturday, August 4.Itchg GARAGE SALT Saturday

ipeclalitt/ *. Grlffl' ConitrucMen. SHOP itorage.964-7380. 1/12 SAW receptionist work at Dr. to Aero Corp., control heat, air, 468 2912. 3/22 TFchgKITCHINITTSS HOUSE OP 8/2 Augutt 4 from S ..m. until.
Phono 473-3106 or 1/2 4tchg Carlo Hernondex' office, P.O. Box 1909, Lake City. refrigerator, Steve. 3 BR, 1 VACUUMS Many brand of Badcock's Comer Starfce.
MALI COUIh Throeyear
173.257TFchg 601 East Call St. If In.erected Florida 32039. An Equal Opportunity 1/2 baths, Lawtey. No down One BR new vacuum Used AKC Furniture, book, record,
old. Call
MACHINIS pick up form between Employer, M/P, payment take overpayment apartment pool, TV, AC, machine available. Part much more. Itpd 8/3
aiADFORO lime TANK MPAItHh All make cleanod. 1 and 2 p.m. only Handicapped. Itpd 8/2 *, Phone utilities Included. Totally and accessories for all 4n1900.1tchg 8/2
SUVICIt Bradford reclden- oiled and odu.ted.$10. Monday thru Friday at of. I-30S-349-3318. 7/26 2tchg furnished. Weekly monthly vacuum systems 404 NW 13" Ol Block, end white

Hal pump-out. $43. Com Work guaranteed. Morgan .. Itchg 02CHRISTIAN 8/2 rate*. TEMPLE MOTEL, 8AO 10th Ave.. Gainesville, 24 FT. SUF-CONTAINtD for Television $57. Work
ale. 8
merciol and Industrial. "Fully Strickland corner N. Temple Ave., Starka. phone 376-7110. TFchg Concord Camper .h.II.good.. Phono' 783-3020 Itpd
Uc.n*". Phono 9641121. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg OBHTIEMAN'S FARMi Phone 964-7337. 8/2 2tpd ft. aluminum camper ( a/2
rhone 9647571. 8/2 4tchg
TFchg WILL BABYSIT with small girl NURSERY Custom-built mobile home 8/9 DO DROP IN Bargam House!
MAKI YOUR TRAILER look JJTiJ or baby. Phone TEACHER Must be Florida FREE to anyone who will an five acres, two-car US 301 South. W* buy and 8/23 SEVERAL ITtMSi 10.000 ITU

Ilk. a homo. Remodeling 609 Milton TorItpd certified. Call between 9 provide a good homo for a garag and barn fenced ROOM FOR RENT Furnished sell used furniture. Phone BLACK FEMALE POOOit, Trailer Air Conditioner
addition, screened porch rare: Stork.. 1/2 and 12 only 964.6557.tchg good young mother and her and cross-fenced pasture, bedroom In large 4. BR 964-6740, 9 to 5Mon. $350; IMS PONTIAC VEN-
"" '.. ",', ... 8/2 throe frisky little kitten House broken. Free to good>>
to your homo or trollor.oul' '"""" on llmerack rood. Phone home In country kitchenprivileges. Thutt.. 9 to 6 Fri and home. Phono 491.1960. 8/2 TURA. V-8. $350; 164
Framing. Free ( !\.t I Phon.964.7679. 1tpel1l2 782-3056. lowtey. 8/2 2tpd 'SlOO/monrh Including lot 3/1 TFchgNEWSPAPER 2tpdB/9 DODGE Pickup, Slant Sill

estimate Call anytlm. I" .. SUBSTITUTR TEACHERS High .. ... .. .. ".. """ -.. ,... 8/9 utilities, phone, $200. Phone.964-5237. Itpd
Phone 9648013. TFchg .. ".,..,," '" f school diploma required. 'It' ... washer. Phone 468-2513. ROIL S/2
LOST Two boy softball Flexible, hour and day. : (cA. $( f. i. THRU BEDROOM one large TFchg ENDSSavral available, GARAGE SAlli Saturday
J\ 4. Clothing
WILL BABYSIT In my homo mlh. left In dugout at Call between 9 and 12 only. ',,:',;':: :,::I.<;': ; '." : ,J bath utility room. carport various lengths, all either Miscellaneous.. 1210 Brad CONTENTS OF THIII
Monday thru Friday, night Stark bollfl.ld. If found 964-6587 Itchg 8/2 fireplace, on two aero WAREHOUSE GARAGE IS" or 30" wide Good for ford St. 9a.m. APARTMINTIi couches
and Saturday Phono please call 454-3093 or 197S DODGE CUSTOM VANi $33.300.: On Morgan Rd. 100/month with office.' children to color on, table Saratoga Height chairs, table, dinette,
until. 8/2
964-8107.. Itchg 8/2 434-3304( collect I Itpd 8/2 Many extras, good gas rhone 9647327. 7/26 2tchg Phone 964-6112 or 96/-5261. covers. etc BRADFORD Itpd stoves, refrigerator, lamp

.J r .... ............. 1 ... ... I l _9648969.726 mileage, 2900. 8/2 Phon 8/2 TFchg COUNTY TELEGRAPH 133 TRAMPOLINE New round and some mail thing
U'. W. Call Starke. TF 1.119,96.Come gel a bargain.
list $m.9S. seta
: 'lDERSOW'1 f. I. BY OWNER 4 year old CB ONE HOUSEKEEPING Everything must go. We are
.''Io\L'Hh''''''''' '."'' "'''". I 1 J CD nty Ads 1968 NOVA RACE CARL home on I acre, 3 BR. 2 ROOM. AC: one sleeping. NEW REFRIGERATOR. Call 8x12 II. .'I9t... 1-77HJJ7". ele remodeling.! Saturday only.."
..mmm.CUSTOM !! !! chrome motley from., double bath eot-lrt kitchen. 23 ft. of room very low price, AC; after 6 p.m.. 782-3377. 5/31 $249.9Pit. 111 E. Wa.hlngton St. rhone
.. .. Jan. TFchg
roll small block
." ...,,, ,".. '" cago. real wood cabinet, completely UNDERWOOD MOTEL, US TFchg 964-686. Itchg 8/3
MADI l 1 Chevy. Trade or sell. Phone paneled two car 301,.. miles North of Stake
llBfflilMAINES ; : t'"' & t 468 2099.726 2tpd 8/2 outbuildings TROLLING MOTOR Won at SPECIAL PRICES on nursery GOOD used refrigerator
DRAPERIUiFro estimates. ') i' Jtr garage utility room TFchg
I stock Azalea, gal. cans.
J. .. ,. .. paved driveway Wiggly' Never wed : Not host-fr... 135.Ricky Edward
Local: distributor for completely . .. ... Plggly
each 18", 24" Fruit
washable nationally .q. ': \.. .. "'. ,. -...... ". .. SEVERAL ITEMSt 2 roller 42500. Phone 9646086.. TWO AND THREE BEDROOM still In package $60 or best $1.30 Boxwood 10":. "" 964-6283. llpd 8/3
INSURANCE AOENCYi BRICK HOME:3 bedroom, 1 cone mill; 1975 Chevy 8/2 8/9 offer. Phone 964-6116 after
advertised Gard..". : 2tpd mobile home Rental with
Draperies. SAW Enterprises. 160 S. lako Ave, Lake 1/2 bath In City on nice wagon; 1974 Pontiac 389 option to buy. Inquire of office 6 p.m. TFpd $1.30. 13".Flo.18" $2.roof See stock our, HAYi Sohlo or All.lo, coin
roses on
Ed or Lama Stophon. Butler. 496-3978. Complete ,haded lot.DOUBLBWIDB. eng. Phone 782-3321 after 4 fR6 TOWARD PRISON Whites Mobil Home, and $6.93. tinually cutting for field or
'4962219.3/1 TFN. Insurance Service. TFN MOSILEHOMSi3 p.m. Itpd 8/2 New 3 BR, 2 bath on one Hwy. 16 and 233, 7/26 4tpd $3.50 tree, hedge Slid born (.1... From 75 cent
bedroom 2 bath; acre of land. Only 990.00, 8/16 SEARS F1EE-STANDING double per bole up according to
CLARKES SAW SHOPl Complete EVERYONE IS INSURABlEi located on choice lot In Lake DODGE DART Custom 1975, for those who qualify. oven and range, camellia, pot pants, hang.Ing quality. Larry LoFollette,
Immediate coveraga by Butler. Own. will finance. 4 door, 6 cylinder AT, PS low $200 many Starke, 964-6273. ltchgBl,1more ;
sharpening service, Payments as a* permonth. TWO BEDROOM apartment: avocado, $183. Phone O.C. CARNES
phone, JOB USHER FRAME HOMEi3 bedroom 1 AC, PB. R 8 H. Extra nice Phone Bob Harris
hand circular mower apply at To-Rona Motel 301 473.3903.7/26 4lchg 8/16, NURSERV. SIt 100 at
blades, chain caw. leave at AOENCV496-2126 1/2 bath In subdivision' $1,850, firm. Starko, 964.5333.8/2 2tchg 8/9 N. Temple, Stark 7/36 Florohome. 23 mile Si of PUREBRED TOY rOOOll
1 8/2
496-2903.TFN chg week
aid Wormed
Crew Building Supply Lake Near TFchg Slarka. Phono 659.2165.rup.I'

Butler. 7/3 TFN. .. .... ,,,,0< 0< .. H., Estete,Realtor. FORD GALAXY STATION MOBILE NOMIt Compact BEAUTIFUL APARTMENT, BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just TFchg ISO each. See before noon.
: 496-3978 W/D. appliance. 2 awn opening. Hwy 21 North of at 1331 Butler Rood. Starke.Itchg
USE THE IAUNDRAMAT atHW1.1oob1theHond1'wor WAGON A/C. P/9. P/B, carpeted AC heat fenced
\ control Ceramic, 83MOVING
: a\g' ''l t1'f: t SPACIOUS HOMSi 3 Auto tran.. nine' unfurnished ings heatond Phone air yard, kitchen appliancesfurnished. Keystone, Hts.doll, Indian FINCINOt All kinds, hog
d .. bedroom 2 both on well passenger low prka. Use 964.8696.8/2 4tpd 8/23 No children, no Jewelry other Item rhone wire, welded wire, barbwire SALIi Thursday
.ervic..25 per lb. Alton,. lot go. 3332319. Itchg animal' $300 security wood chain link; free thru Sunday. Household
landscaped on. acre ; regular 473.7042.7/26 TFchg
MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom $173 In ad. MANNING
: deposit monthly estimates.
dont on duty. TFN central heat/air fireplace 12C2 NEW MOON 1969 Hem. beautiful large blue
; ;
1 bath: furnished or unfurnished 'vance. 746 N. Thompson St., FENCE CO.. 479-4822.:
cedar closets Eat In kitchen model 2 BR. 1 bath good I, velvet sofa ban Corner, cad
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE with on. half acre of Lot of ."tro.. Call W. S. 1974 TOYOTAi 2 door, 4 condition. Phone 9646803. Starka. Phone 964-7444 or 1 1/2 ACRE LOTS! 1 mile Keystone. TFchgALUMINUM frame, chest of drawer,
TRAP cleanout. N.w IIn., land and water bill paid. No Rivers owner 496-2241.: speed AC. .1....'. ADAMS 8/2 964.5070.Jtpd 02DOUSLIWI01 West of Hampton Lake on SR central go heater, antique
reasonable.. Jo. Forsyth chlldr.n or pat $129 per 6/28 TFN. AUTO SALES. Keystone Ht*., 18. By owner. $500 down. PLATES Used ,china cabinet plus much
311022. All bu.ln. appreciated. month with one month Inadvanc. 4734470. Itchg 8/3 89Mill' MOBILE Phone 468-1853. 7/26 3lpd newspaper plate 23 more. Take SR 16 to SR 225
3/31 TFN .. Call 496-2308.6/21 NEW LP RECORDSiStereo, ; \ I I I HOMRi 4 BR, CH/A, 2 ml. 8/3 3/8x36". 33 cent each turn left first house on left.
TFN. major labels, malor| artists, : south of SR 235. BRADFORD COUNTY
Hampton on
CHEVY PICKUPl Short rhon.TFchg' .
sealad. \ ., Watch for ilgn
BABYSITTING In my ham factory fresh factory wheelbase, whit.rims, now Includes 3Vt acre of land NEW KltBrS rebuilt Kir. TELEGRAPH 964-6303. 964-7816. Itpd 8/3
day.. Call. 431-1773.: Itchg 12 x 79 MOBILE HOMSi Furnished SO cent to 20 cent to wide climber $3.693. 0000 PRICES PAID for udmobile with horse pasture. $:lSO by', used Klrby'.. Over
jars t d> Ice -- aq'ROUND
8/2. on 2 acres of land on volume buyer Write: ADAMS AUTO SALES home If mortgage I Is mo. plus security deposit. naked Hoovers, Eureka.
Hwy. 100 between Starka Box 1945 Rockford III. Keystone, 473-4470. Itchg 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S 964-7340.: Itchg 8/3 Electrolux. Must sell. Moving 'V"ES OF HAYi I PANELING
and lake Butler. Highway 611 10. 7/19 4tchg 8/9. 8/3 MOBILE H/&MI SALES to new location. Expert Fresh cut. $13 each. 80

FURNITURE frontage, nice yard. Call 8-FACTORY fresh factoryealed 964-3606. Wen 7 day FIVE BEDROOM. 3 bath, repair service.3 miles Northof Woods Brooders, $10 each I II CENTER .
REriMSHINGFresEeiBMtes 496-2842. Itchg 8/2 new LP stereo 1974 DATSUN. 1976 PInto weekly TFchg home $250/month, SI 50$> Stork. US 301. 7/12ltchg one or all. Phone 783-3140. I I

-- --- '' .. ..... albums. Assorted Rack pop 1974 Hornet, 1977 Mont deposit Phone 9 461125/ 8/3 TFchg
:1' ; (" : and Soul. $10 plus$1 handling Carlo 1979 Chevy 3/4 pick. WANTED Mobil. horn axle 3tchg 8/9 ,_. ____ Molding I
-- : J.I : .. and shipping.Send cash up. EXTRA CLEAN used cart and tiro*. Will pick up. THREE BEDROOM Mobile I ieM1I Kitchen Cabinets
8_....*Acres .. . ., check or money order to B truck. ADAMS AUTO OLIN'S MOBILE HOME Home, 2 baths 3 mile Counter Tope
fII... FriS..s.r Records Unlimited P.O. Box SALES. Keystone. 4734470.Itchg SALES. 964.5606. Open 7 South off US 301. Crosby wla.riillnj! :! I'SINGLES I II! VanitiesFREE I
440 pj* PUPPIESileopard Bulldog, 1945 Rockford III. 61 HO.WOi 8/2 day a week TFchg Subdivision last house on

""" '----*ti....>'ft.l ;},Morddnrcake..eel pewcentwdnaney ?back right. Adult only. 8/3 2tpd I'' CLUB I';'
pr..teyN 2" Thru 8' l
I cowdogi, catchdoge watchdog G"aronIf returned 'In 10 76 CUTLASS SUPREME 8/9 !
*. 496-2126 or day If seal 1 I I. not broken. $1300 equity and assume coin, sterling dental gold Fast Rotary t t ESTIMATES'
7/19 8/9. will trade for rings, GF ewelry( The G.Insvllle I
496-2903. Itchg 8/2 4tchg payment or scrap TWO BEDROOM APART-
car of equal 'value Can be chain., optical frames, MINT Contact Tackle Box, Drilling EquipmentSTATE I Cub meats Friday. SSI,)1 VAUCHJHOHMSCH

DISTRICT HOUSE FOR SALEBy owner. seen at Five Winds, US 301S. watch bands, etc. Phone J. 341 N. Temple Starke. llpd UCE.NSED. I 3. 1979 et ltd NE 23rdtI
.Froe EatlnN1te 3 bdrm., 11/2 bath., con- ., Apt. ,,.. Itpd 8/2 R. Bulllngton. 964-6250. 8/2 ...... .... Blvd.. Knight' of Columbus I CO. I

MANAGER cr.'. block. Also have Hon TFchg Club House -. 8 to 12301|
MOW LAWNS do CB400 4 cyl., $630, Con 1967 CHIVY PICKUPl $300 orbed FURNISHED house SMALL, morrled 2 ....Pumpa!! .*...* || P.M. Top music' yob 1"0 S. ThomPIIOn St I

WANTED SHRUBBERYEDGE tact Roger Cochran. 1170 offer. 1974 HONDA 360 BUYING JUNK BATTERIES Bedroom montlty.Available snecks' end set-ups furnishI I'I Old ....
TRIM S.W. 4th Terrace, Lake Motorcycle $450. Phone and radiator Paying top couple only. $120 10. Phone' New & Used ( ed. Single adult 21 end ) coos cols .nt'old.
SIDEWALKS Butler. 8/2 2tpd 8/9. 9648204. Ask for led. 8/3 price Will pick up. Phone Aug.
.,. ''''';5711
Ar. you the kind 964-5417. Itchg 8/2 1
lpel 1/9 7823762. TFchg Sales-Parts-Servlce 1 [!l
of person that would like LANDSCAPECall ______ .
la make 480.00 per week J. WILSON Will BUY JUNK CARS and 'PHOTOGRAPHERWeddings E-Z TermsPlumblntp
with no overnight travel. If Us truck Call Warren ......................
'0 call Bill Perry coll. at Commercial Seal Coatini 'GetResults 9647571. TFchg Portraits licensed Broker. or licensed Salesperson
((904)) 376-7481 Wednesday !
Anniversaries .
ond Thursday from '8:00: SEWING AND BABYSITTING
a.m. to 6:00: p.m. 7/26 SERVICE ASPHALT PATCHINGAll WANTED. 964-8429. 8/2 joe Sapp 964-814S New Installation Your own full-time Franchise In Real Estate, right In Ihl.or.o. .

2tchg 8/2 Work Guerenteed 2tchg 89LINEROCK And NO franchise charge. National Company
782-3354 Telephone/ Alter e 00 P M. Remodeling Repairs established In 1900'in. Its field. All advertising olitlgn.

'. 19041 782-3981 ...................... *, forms, supplies furnished Professional Trainingand

.. Instruction given for rapid development from Start

'NeedTV Puirraiice.....1..1......H.... to SucceSS. Nationwide advertising brings Ru ''omEverywhere.
f CORRECTIONAL OFFICER I Can you qualify? You must have >n, .

Gift. < Repair PUMP & SUPPLY excellent character(bondable), sale ability bemonctob

State Career Service' 20 Yard Semi.Loads Only ly responsible. Commission-volume opportu"ty for man
Reg. Real Eetata Broker Position. Qualifications In an all male In-Institute. USED TVs For Sale COMPANY woman couple or team That Can Sell "' rmalionwithout "

elude 18 year of age, high For Driveways & Roads Guaranteed obligation
.301 North Trail Motel Lawtey school diploma or Florida 664 N. Temple Ave.

782.3931 ll00 PM" *'M rM GED equivalent; good Allen : D Inc.
Office character background and Taylor Starke. Fla.
Home 782-3806. passage of state exam TROUT REALTY.Inc.. REG. BROKER
Salary ranga. P.O. Box S94HCasselberry

'Stucco Home 3 BR. Tile Honey Moon Special.Kitchenliving 1 908211.901 annually: 40 Ph 782.3172 964-7923 964-7061 Fl 32707
hour shift work week. An
Are. ,
both on V4 Ac. lot.
and Beth 1.11 : Equal Opportunity :''I' -
Emplor.rl Afflrmatlv. Action :. '
CB, 3 BR. 2 both en 7 A*. shady ecres.
Extra Trailer Employer OFT approved DON TENNANT . ...
Hook-up. .
ACREAGE I Ac. re 18 Ac. Interested School of Real Estate Inc.
:Frame Home,3 BR,bath an sits, $1.800 per Ac. end apply to Personnel, LICENSED BY THE FLORIDA

"/.2 Ac. SR 22S West up. 19% to 38% DOWN with Union Correctional In BOARD OF REAL ESTATE need loan house
10 year t* ,**. .. P. O. Box 321 Will Offer The a to buy a ?

C.. 3 BR. 2 beth Ralford. Florida 32083.: OP y
FIREPLACE operate efficiency. SHELL HOME Require call 904-431.1212. 7/26 14 HOUR

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$100 million helping to help you.

r 10 Acre with 2 houses near Orange Lake. I TO SPM SUNDAY AUG. thousands of families in We're an equal housing ,., .

s RIt erfront property en Santa Fe. TEXTBOOKS AND HANDOUTS PROVIDEDINSTRUCTOR north central Florida obtain lender and applications are '

Residential In city of Lake Boiler.t home loans tailored to meet taken without regard to
Trailer with city hGoII-a,. -.
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their own special needs. race, creed, sex or national origin ..
;J BR home front streets. Fla. room with exposed be./II11 large eat-In kit- GENE REESEOPEN '; '

chen: dining room. Large back yard, Ideal for chlldr,en. TO ALL Simply call. the Guaranty Federal office dose to you \ < \

I BR CB home wIth attractive yard: decorative patio makes this ideal home for ACTIVE & INACTIVE, LICENSEESFor Gainesville -377-3344 Keystone Helghts-473-4952 Gt.: ." ;

plant (over*. Dishwasher, 110".. drapes. A/C are tonMce .ic ef the extra Surke .964-5000 Lake Butler 496-3614 s4: I

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rttldt"atlallot with trailer hook-up la city. reservations call GENE REESE J

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