Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
August 9, 1979
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Seh '\ over t hours discussing every question Speaking to a packed house at the Garden Reaca........
asked of n.... -roe senator wore the clothes which have Sen. Chiles gave local guests a first-hand opinion or the To Police
I become his trademark- blue work shirt tie. and pair of status of national Issue such as energy. Inflation and Departm.ent1SaYln
wrinkled khaki work pants which ended three Inches defense
above his brogans.

the charges against Commissioners Harold Epps and "It's a mess," Nichols said.
suspended police officer George Wilbur Waters were absent, he was Oglesby said the problem has been
II Walkin' Lawton Is Talkin Tomasovitch were unfounded and not unable to do so. discussed several times and that they
sworn to In an affidavit, Mayor- Silcox was referring to Circuit would look into it again.
Commissioner Joseph Warren Court Judge Osee Pagan's July 23 rul- Warren ordered Chief Bowen to en- i'
ordered Tomasovitch be reinstated at ing reinstating Warren as mayor force city ordinances 10-1() through 10-9()
U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles offeredno flationary but is not the entire cause business, Just as it can now raise the .Tuesday night's meeting. after his ouster June 5. Fagan ruled concerning garbage disposal, and
magic solutions to Inflation and the of inflation by' any means the senator price of oil. Chiles suggested, citingon ,Warren who had stated earlier the commissioners had the right to said "If you have any"problems tell
nation's energy woes as he spoke here insisted. drawback to private industry try Tomasovitch would receive a hearing remove Warren however, they did the people the council told you to enforce
Tuesday on the opening round of a "Do you think if everybody In the ing to develop synthetic fuel. before the commission told the not do it properly. these codes."
county tour of the grass roots durIng United States would stop buying Chiles also cited the U.S. govern crowded council meeting that he was "I would also like to hear the Cynthia Ross member of Concerned -
the month-long. congressionalrecess. everything they want but buy only ment's producted to synthetic rubberIn "strictly ashamed" to bring the charges (against Tomasovitch) and Citizens of Bradford County requested
what they really need for two monthsit World War II. a project the govern charges out In public because of the base my opinion on those. I can't sit $3,000 financial assistance for ,\
"Is there any hope of stopping this would have any effect on Inflation" ment developed successfully, then language involved. here and judge a man Just like that," a day care center that had previouslybeen
inflationary spiral" Mrs. Hazel asked Mrs. Richards. removed Itself and allowed private Industry ';"I will not have' this hashed over Silcox said.Warren funded by a CETA grant. :"
Richards a member of the local "I doubt It," Sen. Chiles told her, to take over. least until I have something retorted that he was simply Ms. Ross explained the day care "
Senior Citizens Club asked the recalling that former President Proceeds of the windfall profits tax better to go on,'-' Warren added. going by the book city charter) and center will be receiving federal funds ;t
senator, a member of the Senate Gerald Ford called for less buying by should also be used to help some per 1J. the Policeman's Benevolent Associa from Title 20 under the Social Security
Budget Committee.The the public and nearly threw the nation sons who can't afford to buy gas at Its Warren began the council tion's contract which says charges Act. About 75 percent of the$72.000 "I
latest round of price Increases into a slump and caused economic present price level the senator sug by calling an executive session close against a city official must be in the grant will be provided by the federal
have' worsened the problem the chaos. gested. to the Union form of a sworn affidavit.To government. with 12. percent coming
senator told over 75 persons crowdedInto The country caught up in a new kind Some action on an energy packagecan discussed public. in the session.negotiations which Silcox replied "You'll do from state funds and the remain. ,
I the Pecan Room of the Garden of inflation, called "cost-pull." In- be expected by Congress by the were whatever you want anyway..." ing 12't percent from local funds.
Restaurant for' a dutch treat lun- stead of prices rising because of a end of the year Chiles predicted.The I Charles Schaefer, former commissioner The 12'a percent works out to about t'
I cheon. Dressed in his 'Wallcln shortage of goods and prices rising recess was taken now because ,The hearing which was the first and candidate for Group 2 commission $9,000 however, Ms. Ross explained
I Lawton' costume of unpressed khaki because of demand: Increasing are there is much staff and committee Item on the agenda started with seat asked to hear the the day care center itself was being d
pants, a blue cotton shirt a tie and pulled up by costs and work to be done on President Jimmy Tomasovitch's attorney Harris Tobinof charges also. used as part of the match leaving only ,
r his now-famous brogans, Sen. Chiles fewer units being produced. Chiles Carter's energy proposals and Gainesville, stating that .I'm paying your salaries through $3,000) to be raised."I .
answered questions for more than an cited.a recent case of slumping car nothing can be voted out until the Tomasovitch's contractual rights had my taxes and I think t have a right to thought perhaps we could
hour in his quest to find out what theE sales; resulting in lay-offs, but in groundwork has been .been violated because Capt. Scottie know what's going on," Schaefer receive some aid from the city
people back; home are thinking. which\ the price was Increased Instead Chiles said Congress. deeded to RtooOT did not fallow any of.the pro- said. ', budget,, and if its tod deflated maybe ."
: l1f"":. /1L4 an-oppMtOnityta fret back and... R t pgxgAu*JQ.ft1r\Q.! uJm /recess whileohat work J*being 01n..1 1f;cerfur** according to th.Policrmen's' "''\VIU not read the charges," Wart the city could' 'Sponsor 'dome.ort of
,listen to the real world" Chiles said. -- tBillof Rights.Speclncally. ren replied. fund-raising activity" Ms. Ross said.
He' answered questions on energy 6 Rhoden did not file an Schaefer sat down saying "I guess Warren said he could take no action ;
SALT II, defense, and revenue shar affidavit of the charges against 1 don't have any rights at all." now but let her know as'soon as possible -
f Tomasovitch. about what could be'done.
ing.It's very clear the U.S. has an !; City Attorney George Pierce cited Wolbert said a declaratory judge- "We're In complete sympathy with
energy problem though lines at gas' Code 2-7 concerning suspending city ment will be sought against Warren your program and hopeful wr can i
stations have eased the senator said. 11i officials. Pierce said a sworn state- from the circuit court judge. help you out."Silcox told her. He also
On the opening day of his grass V rY ment of the charges must be brought "We are also seeking written/ definition suggested she go to the county com
roots tour. Sen. Chiles was In Starkeat before the commission and a date for of the scope of authority of the. mission.
noon in Lake Butler around 3 p.m. a public hearing decided. mayor to eliminate any potential con
where he visited a Union County Com- Y 1 1t ''The code applies to complaintsmade flict. Our position is that Warren does E
mission budget work session and g'' ; "at by citizens and does not con not have the authority he claims to
then later that evening, at Union t ; t cern internal conflicts. This need not have and we are seeking declaratoryrelief
County Sheriff John Whitehead's hold up the matter (hearing)." Interjected from the circuit court." Wolbert Lawtey Okays
farm for a famous Whitehead feed J. J. "Jess" Wolbert attorney explained.He .
I and poltical fondue. ., for the police department. said action against Warren will i
Fielding questions in Starke Sen. begin this week.
Chiles said the latest Inflationary Millage HikeA
"This is like two doctors trying to
spiral Is fueled by skyrocketing pricesfor r
Bowen said Tomasovitch will begin
t figure out what to do. Pierce said.
and food and the
energy work Wednesday night. He doesn'tknow
Warren then told Pierce. "Well let
responding in millage rate increase was approved -
dip productivity. \ what he will assign
me figure it out for and told the
Government spending is certainly in- you Tomasovitch to yet. by Lawtey commissioners at
commission he declined to the
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: "I" their regular Monday night mt't'tlng.with ,
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.. charges against Tomasovitch as they
I., were unfounded. Bowen said he will not stop the foot the budget still Deeding ap- !

:J1r t1tun ltirrv" { Commissioner Ted Oglesby said he patrol policy as ordered by Warren."I proval.A meeting wilt probably be
'. did not even understand the chargesand need to run this department as I special
know how and I've been doin' it for six called to discuss the budget since
J f would like to have them Commissioners Wayne and
years. I just don't think Warren was Massey
presented. Warren him the
Hiram Bennett absent from lastnight's
J were
when he told to the
three-page report summarizing the thinking me stop
meeting.The .
I Looking serious Sen. Chiles was hit with most every type of questionsfrom suspension incident. foot patrol. Bowen said.
constituents here Tuesday. Foot patrol. per se. has been stop- increase from 2.815 mills to 3.0
ITomasovltch was suspended July 18 ped since the department purchasedthe is necessary for Lawtey to receive
Chiles drew a laugh when he said he after an incident that began with a F.50 Suzuki motorcycle but federal revenue sharing funds. j
understands now former President cup of coffee. He was given a written Bowen said if a walking beat is Additional revenue of $572 from the
Harry Truman's call for a one-armed reprimand by Rhoden for not checking necessary he wilt have his men do it. millage hike will be spread among

economist. Chiles said he is not an : out with headquarters while on After Warren ordered Bowen to Lawtey taxpayers making the individual I
economist but he's listened to a lot of foot patrol which Tomasovitch refused reinstate Tomasovitch. he made a increase very small.

them explain a problem and then say i i ii to sign. He was then suspended for "personal statement:" For two folks buying raffle tickets
..', but on the other hand..." insubordination to a superior officer. "There has been too from the Lawtey volunteer firemen
Congress had planned to balancethe stuff going on which takes up valuable the $1 invested brought greater
e federal budget by 1981 but the new At this point. Commissioner Vernon time. We should be working on other returns. A drawing was held before
round of price Increases have probably t' Silcox told Warren he had been per. things. the meeting for the winners of$30 anda
5.tardav.Alia. II l lDy.I dealt that hope a setback. sonally involved in the affair since the "Since the first of May I have spent new lawn mower donated by count
"1J' C..ry W.rkin' Chiles said. He pointed out the beginning and didn't see how he could 75 percent of my time trying to figure cilman Marvin Rosier.
finning I..m. federal budget deficit has been cut make a fair judgement. out what's going on in the police The $30 grand prize went to II.
from $60 billion to $24 billion in the "It's evident you have taken it on department and resolve their pro DeVoe and J. S. Eunice won the lawn
past three years under the new 'd"Uh yourself to make all the deci blems..1 think it's time for the police mower.
'.,.14""' Ana. 14 federal budget act. Congress now L.'d'd-- .ions..but I believe the people of department to bury the hatchet and
......,..- ,,'- AMU.lor has to look at the money available Instead Starke do not want a one-man government begin working as a team and solve Firemen raised approximately $400
i ...."'...091..... of simply budgeted the amount Silcox went on to say. their problems themselves.*' for the new addition to the Lawtey fire '. .
:I ..S-.hl_Aero. requested and raising the money Warren then called for: city station. Construction on the addition
'! needed by selling revenue bonds. business. will begin as soon as weather permits.In .
TiMo.m.. There was no such control when he well..." Sen. Chiles seems to "The people feel we have one typeof City Clerk Merrill Edwards told the other business.City Clerk Lucille
.r.! 'J. but I want to let people
Ireok.rC..nrS' first went to Washington Chiles said. be saying. Wonder II this question' government You (Warren) commission their automobile insurance Shuford told commissioners qualifying
J Mooting.7:30: ,.M., stumped him for a minute know what's going by on.the book-well. I for all city vehicles would be for re-election will begin Oct.2-16.
? CIty..I' .'; Energy... say you're going haven't and I can name cancelled Aug. 17 if payment of The city clerk town marshal and
know that
f ...**j The U.S. government will have to pleted.The. instances you where you haven't $31,638 wasn't sent in In Hartford In three commission seats held by Marvin t
Homoton Council get into the business of building plantsto future energy package will probably followed many the book." Silcox said. surance Co. Rosier. Hiram (Buster) Bennett
21 AA..1Ing 7.:10: ,..... produce synthetic fuel to ease the Include: "I don't believe we have it, and chairman Robert Scott,are up for
; Clay H.11/ ; ." country's dependence on foreign oil, -An Energy Mobilization Board to gentlemen" Edwards said. re-election. .
the senator said Private Industry speed the building of plants to Silcox also said he had intended to '
would be the best way. Chiles told manufacture up synthetic fuel. present Warren with written chargesto Edwards said their agent George Commissioners also discussed the .
d.1. ,,;... ISri:" Jerry Moran but private business so An Energy Trust Fund to finance remove him .s mayor but since Roberts will be talking with Hartford problem ot mowing on road rightofways. !
CeutotyT..lftCY I", far is not willing to make the huge $2 different ways to an accelerated push to determine< if anything can be done Commissioner Marvin Rosier
a: H-ln1Ca. billion Investment required to put a for the development of the country'sown about the payment. No one seems to pointed out that Lawtey'streets have :
.Comm.Mooting I..YrtCwnh.we. synthetic fuel plant Into operation. sources of energy. know why the Insurance premiumshave not been mowed at all this year. ':, ,

I .-S .. ., j>_ I Ii It sources by private Industry was the of systems using alternative :. .. year's cost of $9.290. Commissioner agreed they
to worker
time CETA
way the government was heading until speak one more
energy sources
the most recent round of price increased Clarence Miller street maintenance
TWO SECTIONS also informed commissioners -
and the escalation of infla .man, about the problem and if the
ot Chiles said. Defense... SECTION A.Society that voting will take place in situation hadn't improved by the next
i tion.. windfall "I have deliberately decided I will Pat..SMA. \, city hall and not the fire hall as usual. commission meeting further action ; *'
JACKSl'i'i l iLB.Mq r I.*>t tax There to finance needs to the be a entry into profits alternative not come to any decision on SALT II Editorial.. .., ... .. Pag4AN He said he,will have signs. made up will be taken. ; ,' .
1 ; of I until after the committee hearings." .wt.J,. IA.1AJALtgals for voter directions.V. 1 .
S"LY Of Starke' fuels for sources doesn't J Synthetic become Sen. Chiles said in answer to a ques- ., ,.. .Page7AASECTION A. Nichols, asked commissioners tOne'"''more CETA policeman ,still ", ",
feasible until Oil costs around 123 tion on how he stands on the proposed "l ..'" .i ".',' i : ,) / to do something about Ux garbage 'needs to be hired but there have been '1
$ Hwyaora. 9846076i per nuclear arms limitation treaty with'the ; :; ...,..,, : situation for the apartments on The deadline
barrel and It. .Is at 123 now; Chiles. ....... ,, qualified applicants. %)
KeyllO"e Height Soviet Union.Conditions Sport1J:;.. .. ., .Pagtf&HJtLft4P Cherry Street. Nichols said Jh* garbage for hiring a CETA policeman without :
| Hwt tOO "nd JlAI said.The oil cartel could lower Ml pricesto .he feels must(,be.s' CUssiflwls, ...'..7. \:. waa scattered all over off,thjfcvV J police standard is Aug-;30.

3 473-4973.. ., ,drive a private-eompany-tout? of ,I answered,, Chiles says areer.C :. O.'"0............ ":, ,_......,;...:. Paoe JS roaches.and4ogu got into J it,. ; .,'." .,, ,,. i;
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r preview of a h.15 mitMon around 10 percent some slightly less to enable the school board to hire peo Deelgnatgion of head costodians at
operating budget was given the Bradford and some slightly more over what ple outside the school system. Bradford Middle School, Sou....ode
I { School Board last Thursday they earned In 7879. Teachers will Teachers probably averaged! anr Elementary. and Starke EtemenUry
afternoon Aug. 2, by Supt. Tom get the 10 percent on their step up pay eight percent raise over-all Douglas I with 'a salary
Casey in a called workshop session. of$100 and$200 per year as well Non- explained.A I was also.:kuggjKted, 'fh totAdgh cchool
1 The budget was discussed for an Instructional employees all received 17th year of experience wet :' and vo-tech Ciftt! t already, { v,head
hour, then the meeting was called to a 10 percent salary Increase In- ed to the salary schedules of.alf tree custodians.BMS .
order and the 1979-80 salary schedule. cluding the portion of their salary categories of employees'; admlnlstrators Principal l,Dewey McKinney
Including some 470.000 In raise.,for termed a bonus but which actually teachers, and \ non-, who, has also been'principal of both
administrators teachers and non- has been added, to some N-I positions instructional. Teachers bargained, elementary; schools,spoke up in favor
Instructional employees was approved
unanimously pending approval by I
the teachers when they return to I
school August 20.
Supt. Casey distributed sheets 1979-mo 19791910ANTICIPATED
showing totals of expenditures and PROPOSED_EXPENDITURES RECEIPTS

school receipts board but was members not prepared line to item give School Board . . . . . 54,119. Impact Funds.J ... . . . . .$ 30000.

budget with comparisons to the cur- Superintendent . . . .. 122959. R.O.T.C. . . . . . . . 12500.

rent year expenditures. Casey pro Maintenance . . . . . 15160. Racing\ Cainntssion.i.-{ . .'. .. .'. .''r. .52.000.

stnRr i ; mised future line budget item sessions budget when figures board In Operation of Plant . . . . 43990. License Tax . . . . . . 12000.

I members said it was difficult to make Transportation . . . . . 360350. Interest, ; .'. . . . . . 20000.

decisions on the budget with the infor Curriculum IL Instruction . . . 221,425. Indirect Cost . . . . .. ; ; 20000.

mation supplied."It's kinds hard. for me to ask a Central) Services . . . . 113000. Instructional Material . .. . 57662.

question with just a base figure $1.081,203. Student Dev. Services . . ... 46,494.

here." said board member Arthur Transportation . . . . . 183,092.
Gaskins. Casey had In his possession
Itemized budgets in folders but said Bradford High School . . . 1224664. Comp. Education. . . . . 102226.
". < .... -'---.,--- ---- he had just received budgets from the Bradford Middle School . . . .7 ',207. $534,974.

different schools from principals. Southslde Elementary School .191,577. .
Itemized budget figures should be
Flume Road Gets FaceliftTrees ready for the school board by August Starke Elementary Schooj'. . . 614,840. F.E.F.P . . ... ; . . . $4.572.105.,

15. Casey said when questioned by, Lawtey Elementary School . . .352.9'". Ad. Valorum Taxesl. . . . 737505.

are coming down on Flume Road In preparation for detoured traf board"Really member until J.T such Parrish.a time as we Hampton Elementary School..211,764. V-T Adult Tuition. . ; . . . .47,509. :
fic from SR-IS. have our packets we can't ask too Brooder Elementary School. . . 193941. 5.357,119.
With the closing of SR-16 by E. 1. duPont Co.. Inc. for the mining dredge, many questions" Parrish told Casey, Vo-Tech Center . . . . .. .862,237.
travelers will be rerouted via Flume Road on the west side of the golf Oct.l is the end of the school board's .
course. budget year! If a new budget isn't
The mile-long dirt road Is undergoing a transformation getting ready adopted by Oct, 1, expenditures will Fund Balances. . . . . . 250000. .
for llmerocklng lot and possibly paving. be Nov.mb.r.which be made on the basis of the currentbudgl"t Vocational EquIp. . . . . 12300. '
do If we're to 6142095.
"We have a of work to going ready by business Eddie
Is when duPont said they'll be finished with SR-16. said Leon Ellington Douglas, told board members manager (BMS 2100.. BHS 10200.) t

supervisor of the road department. Intent Thursday was to show the Furniture . . . . . . 5000.
Ellington said he plans to start working overtime to have the road ready board new salary figures. Douglas Travel . . . . . . 10000. PJUS ;
time. said He pointed out the proposed Band . .'. . . . . . . 5000.
budget includes $120.000 in flexible Comm. Instructional Service . . .$14bOO.
funds and that millage is lowered 1 23 Oher .. .. .. . . .. . 17.700. .
Community Education. .. . . 6500.
x 0.
15 Complete SFCC Land CourseFifteen mills because! the state has lowered (C.C. Anderson 5.700.Equipment .
the district's minimum required effort Mt. 12000.) Carver Education. . . :. . 5000. :

to participate in the Florida. Volunteer Program .,. . . . 2100. .
students who attended Santa Land Use Case Law Review Education Finance ProgramFKKP $ 50,000.
Fe Community College Campus at Zoning Regulations ( ) to 5,13 mills. .r
Bradford High School completed the Subdivision RegulationsThe At 5.15 mills the school district 29.400 :
course in Comprehensive Planningand course Instructor was Scott R. (county taxpayers will pay 717.505: $5,939.677. ,1
Land Use Regulations on July 30. Koons Gainesville, and the course in school taxes The stale, based on Reserve 100000. Unearned 93,000..193,000.

The course was offered on Monday was set up by the college representative this Yl'ar'lII' student i-ounl. TOTAl .< . . . . $6,170.495.r
nights during the first summer Dr McFadden who has an office will fund the district a total ol 6132677. ..
quarter. located In the BUS building. $4,572,105 through the )0'11-1'; $47,*' win "
The course may be offered again If vocational technical tution, Fund Bal. Forward.d: Zof
Included In the course were the enough interest is shown. $534,976 In categorical funds for Ed. 774.81 I .". "
Comp .
following subjects: Students attending were: specific programs plus $28,400 in head custodians at the three ";
History of Planning Susan M. Bakken Claire M. Capps community career, and volunteer Inservlc! 14,769.59 f\; \.a' schools saying it would be a big help
Intergovernmental Context of Planning Albert Crosby Jr.. Harold W. Epos. programs.The Enorgyt 2.437.90 :' ;;. : to a principal to have someone to be ,
Irene L. Faulkner Vernie P. Odom proposed 79-80 budget includes ': responsible In such a position.
Urbanization and Location Theory Blanche A. Peterson Mary Elle 10 percent pay increases for all '
Comprehensive Plan and the Comprehensive Peterson, Julius Royal Marlie J. employees. Casey told the school 17.982 The school board indicated it would .i>
Planning Process Sanderson Charles J. Schaefer, board. Administrators will be paid In- wait until all budget Information is ..
Legal Basis for Planning and Land Ceceli Terwillegar Janet A. Turner, creases of 10 percent on their base available before making a decision on
Development Regulation Novis S. Ward and Joseph N. Warren. salary only. Teacher. average TOTAl . . . . . 6150659. any of the suggested changes 1!
Casev gave the board the ner pupil
expenditurecostat( ) each school i
for and won the 17th step which was .,
center: Starke Elementary $67 per
then added to administrators to give
pupil. Southside Elementary (71 :
r Santa Fe them the same benefit and to keep Bradford High $94. Bradford Middle, 'j I ,
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-- them from ext .
-S ., -" Irg? School $105, Lawtey Elementary! .x ran
h. 3'i, :. t-H t+ri! !I.,' PlDouglas nlZlngiDoUglaS Hampton .Elementary ,$133u UrnnkeoOAKlementary t
: pOhJt. non- .
"*2l8.> 'bnd!! Bradfopd-'n! <
Community: : College Instructional personnel are allowed to Union Vocational-Technical Center
bring Into the county only 11 years of $211

experience outside the school system Under the new salary schedule it ispossible "
when seeking employment comparedto
for a principal to earn a highof
for administrators and teachers.
$24.309 at Starke or Southside
Fall He suggested the school board might
RegistrationBradford Elementary with the proper degree
that before
want to remedy inequity
and ears experience,
adopting the budget. Casey also pointed out to the school
Douglas also pointed out the new board, .,1'
salary schedule limits experience One of the most difficult things to
County High School in for Florida
brought pay purposes to accomplish under the new budget will
Starke Florida .,,' experience for administrators and be to follow the state manadate to "J
teachers and deletes military ex
964-5382 Jz perience for salary purposes J

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County Uses. ,' serve Funds To Balance Budget; : i

Pushing their problems back a year over 1100,000 in reserve for the com- it. Budgets of"even the two we don't would take nearly three mills to raise A tax Increase hearing as requiredby board. i.TIMEt ::
with $$3aoo0 In reserve funds. Bradford Inlc year.A control' should be scrutinized for the $439.000 to balance the budget Commissioner Dave Shuford i
county commissioner okayed a special meeting la set tomorrow possible cuts he added. Carter referred next.year, when little or no reserve state law. U set for Wednesday pointed out that next the board >
tentative 1979-80 operating budget (Friday Aug. 10) at2 p.m. In the commission to the budgets of the tax collectorand may to available. If a reserve is August 8 the commission will have to pay back year 100.000 to the J_ I
totaling $2.5 million with a warning meeting room to which all property appraiser which are ap available for the 80-81 budget it will meeting room In the courthouse. A Department of Transportation, the :; I
that expenses will have to be county officials and departmentheads proved in Tallahassee with the board have to come from reduced expenditures second tax increase hearing is re first of seven such payments to ;:::
drastically trimmed.To are Invited. Commissioners having no control over the amount of In the meantime.To qulred within two weeks after the 'the $700.000 the county Is borrowing repay T 'f
balance the proposed new spending want to explain their financial pro expenditure."We balance the budget this year the fint. to deteriorating .
bill County Clerk Gib Brown and blems to the officials and ask for their need to slice the budget wherewe board is raising taxes all the law Only$ 5.000 was cut from requested from road repave,. :.T
CPA Pat Farnsworth virtually cooperation in holding coats down. can and build the cash carryoveras allows under Cov. Bob Graham's five 1979-80 expenditures by the county Entire programs pisy havb to- be '.. t
depleted and Commissioners Intend to each much as possible," the chairman commmlssion In three lengthly
reserve limit
carryover urge percent over present revenue. cut funds thus setting up a situation next department head to economize In stressed That amount Is .223 mills just$33,600 budget sessions over the past several fire 'protection. recreation .
year in which the county is faced with every way possible and to not hire Because of the lo-mill tax limit imposed or 2.9 percent. It will mean a tax Increase weeks. Biggest-cut was 23 percent In agriculture and the garbage collection :.
both cutting expenses drastically and replacements for employees. by state law the commissioncan of 22 cents per $1,000 or $6.69'' travel expenses in all departments.The program commissioners .:;:
raising taxes sharply. 'Don't anybody, for goodness raise taxes only 2.1 mills next on a $30,000 property evaluation CPA budget includes a 87 percent repeatedly have warned'' '. ..
The balanced sakes) Chairman before the 10-mlll It salary Increase for all employees
document leaves Just Maxie Carter put year hitting cap. Farnsworth explained. With the reserve funds available it. The board also}Joe talked of starting :.
.lax districts to fund such
was a relatively matter to' special: ,
balance the 79-80 easy spending bill In progratpi: :; These would' have be r
which the actual by the people.and In this
I Commissioners Discuss Lawtey Drainage PlightA up $167,000 over operating the current budgetsare 78-79 way people can decide whether or not

budget, according to CPA Farnsworth they want to pay for program such as
the library, recreation fire protec
man who was nearly arrested last Assistant State Attorney Tom Commissioners went'' to miles were to be resurfaced but since lion and garbage collection.
be With the commissioners ,
will luck
week for blocking a culvert on a Elwell told commissioners he Tallahassee Tuesday to complete the then costs have risen. the in the new A one-cent sales tax on gasoline '

county-maintained easement to keep checking!! into a Duval' County program sale of 1700,000 In bonds to finance Shuford said the situation will be budget perhaps will carryover be greater than anticipated sold In Bradford County Is another :
his land from flooding gained some to collect back taxes from resurfacing of county secondary clarified when bids are taken. and the tax Increase next possibility to finance road I f
respite at Monday's county commission mobile home owners not living In roads. Gasoline tax revenue will be year could be less than predicted now. maintenance and building, commissioner I
meeting. mobile home parks He said he will pledged for repayment There will be a meeting Aug. 10 at "No matter how lucky you are you Dave Shuford suggested.
William Shadd who owns land off have the Information In two or three The retoppmg project will begin 9 a.m to discuss CETA positions for can't escape raising millage next Again, such a tax would have to be
N.W. 105th Avenue in Lawtey, came weeks. within 60 days and originally about 60 the county. It is an open meeting. year" CPA Farnsworth told the voted by the people. I
before commissioners asking for ,
equal treatment under the law. "

onto dam Shadd his to stop said land the his and water makeshift flooding from it concrete flowing was no ...% INSTEAD OF SHOPPING ALL OVER TOWN !i

worse blockage than of ITT the Rayonier"junk, Inc.timber" .your little neighborhood .'. f

"I know the county has a right to SHOP ALL OVER ECKERD'S I I'I
drain on the land but they don't have store.
the right to drown my family" Shad SAVE department

said. MONEY1 ;
Commissioner Dave Shuford said

the problem has come up several .
times before and that nothing couldbe eyliF ) ,r I'7J1 \.

Shuford done about explained it. the land was low r ''k I'I I II I

to begin with and the previous owners f A 'I
had complained of the same problem. I ILe' ,

"Nobody wants to pay for a t 1 i
drainage program so what are we O 1r .
supposed to do? We can't fill up.your r I NR F: LJf I
land" Shuford told Shadd.
Shad told commissioners Deputy 1 c 101 ,
Sheriff Robert Green told him last I
Thursday to remove the concrete : i
dam or he would have a warrant out BAYER DIAL ,
for his arrest Shad contended this I HAWAIIAN JOY LIQUIDETERGENT I

was unfair because Rayonier Inc. ASPIRIN ., TOOTHPASTE PUNCH w BAR SOAP :

had not been told this. Dependable pain relief Ipl n' Wnhtluonde Makes 10 quarts, Lemon icent 22- f i. ;t,, 5-ounce .. -
Shadd's neighbors had complainedthat Bottle of 100 41 7-ounce tube. 0 9 Red punch, JI1 "$ ounce bottle ++1 deodorant bar
the blocked culvert caused their r LIMIT 1 "t LIMIT i REQ $179 yy REQ SI IS LIMIT 1 ." LIMIT 3 4)FO )

property to flood, as well as the road. II
Commissioners agreed that 99e1i'K
Rayonier should clear the drainageand ulJ
also build a culvert.
"We can handle Rayonier" said +K r iSFkgti :YYS'""' 1 { r1 5 r/jr a wruey t Rfn "'J1r t d' *'"iyi;JF :
Commssioner Maxie Carter. "I'm
sure they'll do whatever we ask themto A
Shuford also said it was impossibleto COPPERTONE r, CLEANERS "" f'
ensure that all drainage ditches in LOTION eel Dry,roasted no sugar Cnocse Turtle Wan > ..
the county would be"spic and span" 1 an.don t burn or oil added. 8-os. Cast two multlpo.nlonpnds Iron construction Bug/Tar cleaner or J GALAXY
"We have 360 miles of dirt road and 2-ounce tube. REG 89-1 adjustable drafts, DuPont Windshield 12" FAN
LIMIT 1 LIMIT =- wash, 16-oz i
some of the roads it makes a difference REG' $S99 '-- 3 '
$ REG TO *I 09 speeds quiet motor
whether there's a drainage 63'. } ;e 'ar balanced blades Grill /
ditch and some, it doesn't. Money is 89e1 58 "J. 7'9C NM removes lor cleaning \
with NO 2153 PEG M
problem though keeping S27. 99 ,
these ditches clean" Shuford added 5.SHELFWOODEN. ;,.. I. .ii I I
After a trip out to Shadd's land and..t/1 "uv 'I.rI %" CNARCdAL '' SERGEANTS 2299 .
T "Qr"t ps .. ETAGERE I
an inspection! of the drainage ditches'rk -
commissioners promised Shadd the SWABS Simulated, hickory, LIGHTER ;;J FLEA COLLAR
ditches would be cleared and Flesibleeticks.I ( easy to assembleWipes Safe'sasyweyl0 Protectyourpettor .
clean. tight bflQuene. CalL NORELCO
up to month.
Pack of 110.
contacted as soon as possi [
LIMIT' 1 REG. $39 g9' Quart can .. dog sues. ,- 1 ROTARY
REG 79' EACH REG. $298
ble.Shadd also asked if the drainagedidn't e Q P-:1' 3488 ants RAZOR i

work after it was cleared if he 69 2/100" 179 Silver A black styling ,
could build up his land with fill dirt 36 self sharpening /
Commissioners said it would pro-- ASSORTED blades Pop-out "
bably be okay and instructed Shadd to trimmer MODEL HPtUI
check with L. M. Gaines in zoning. REVLON FLEX HEDGE & GRASS 32-OUART DAIWA 2600 ../ REG $44 99
In other business, commissionersput BALSAM CONDITIONER SHEARS COOLER SPIN REEL z
u request from Union County to inspect te-ounce Lerpeaawrlmentwllh' Molded of high Skirled spool anodi/ed 3999
typo density polyethylene aluminum body Slam
rotor sharp blades S 7\
their under advisement. .
bridges LIMIT t .. comfort handles Hinged lid less steel' ball bell" r.:
Union County requested the inspection REG. $1499 inns. REG $2199
because they do not have a 119 2500 FF -' --r;.
qualified Inspector ftFZ 1188 2199 ALARM
.A zoning request to allow the :--. REGULAR PRICES : CLOCKTa

builidng of 'a mini warehouse on ..:' 13GALLONTRASH alarm Dependable electric
PLANO easy to read
SH-100 nine miles south of Starke was JOHNSON JOHNSON BAGS THERMO numerals NO 20291 ti r 11
approved COASTERS PEG $3 49 '
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plastic bottle A with tie-ups, Box of 30 Holds.' cans or bottles construction 3 trays 288 {
LIMIT J REG $' 99 LIMIT 1 wilhoutcondenaation Two-tone brown r.l s. 9 ell

School I Riulpet....... 149 ("@-. \ 1 09 w REG Pack of SI 6 29: f1 NO 5630 99 REG $8 99

(from page 2\> / 88e1 I KODAK
spend !90 percent of the funds earned -_ JETXPRESSURE a
in K-3. the Improvement PERSONNA EVEREADY
grades plus IS INCH x 50 FOOT Outll'.comple'.lhII
funds under preparatory)' program BLADES WASHER ..4'.t 9 VOLT Mm,' ..
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passed h\ the Legislature\ .mil pushed Super platinum MuMi-purpos Perfect' ;".at GARDEN HOSE BATTERY c lilpflase, ............. _
for gradY K-:3 b>' )House Speaker double edge 5 s for boats trailers, .cars Durable flexible 2 For radios and some =:.4';" PEG $2S 99 '

the Hyatt school Brown board Supt! Casey also told 2ge. and PEG lawn$1495 mowers ply REG vinyl SS39 PEG small SI79 Hppliancoi L
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"The !fW percent factor is one expected 88 t1 'i 399 'B 09 _

line." l'asey to lie said really difficult down the I IUv

Principals at H.MS.: S":. and SS
should tx paid supplement according v
to the difficulty of the job. suggested\
board member Arthur C.iskins. Currently ,.
all three principals are paid e U T-SHIRT M r-
the same supplement, based on the /Ii .AarwtedC''l. Si/US' ....1111'" *:!.-*LWl.
i ', ON..6 earn '.1'qa REO 3219: '
number of students Gaskins contends .''l V 1 .
the middle school job is more .s ] !C. 99 BIJIOfntt> ,
difficult to perform than the two FILLER WIREBOUNO 1v.-INCH LIQUID
and that the two
elementary jobs,
elementary Jobs. are more difficult
of the 300 sheets of quality 70 lined wheels for Choose 3 ring, binder, Toucn-on correction,
than the prmvipalship at one
lined filler paper, your special. needs in black blue or red fluid 6 bind ounces
small) outlying schools PEG 5169 PEG 89' EACH PEG $2 99 PEG $l 10 EACH2IOO
Remember what Dewey McKinney CONTINENTAL

said when he was asked to take the r3/loo 159 FOR SOFT SIDE LUGGAGE
middle school principalship for the
name money hf wale making running leatna ua ra@gr
Southside i'It'lIwlllaflIliklr1:' asked \ I --' PfOCar (. m/ort nanalee'M"M '

Why should :McKinney\ hate W I1rM1, TOTE BAG 2T'OVEHNIGHT/ ."' 1
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Agreeing on one hand but on the DUO TANG '
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challenge to Mr ':McKinney to take PAPER foyou'sp.callhe", BOX DICTIONARY 21"PEG IULIMAN J23 e>9 ,
the middle school job. said board 200 sneets of quality a reports Assorted Holds pencils ruler' w"ebeund wdh 0..'
member J.T Parri;h. typing paper colors ..""* pocket! aayonaSOlbarsuppl'es' 5000' a'+/1.... 'i i85e
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workship bt'for..t' change con 23e, gge t
anything Parrish stated. J.
Gaskins and board chairman: Ver- ,\
Parmenter were reluctant to vote 1 e'1.'
on the salary 'schedulein 79-80! .<' I
budget before seeingthe rest.of the ;.

budget but both relented when ." ECKNRDOPTICAL.rSZPAIRSALE .IU a o I or a I goo I IW ,4 trtorLtTausT I
teacher bargaining agent Julie Miller ."J''ttat .. ..... a"4 ?, ._,_.... r'
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laldJ'tlM 0 adopt the salary schedule and ,' '. Now 25% mar on any III charge it QUALITY j. ,
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Financial Detour to M received and make the effort -
"I' expended In producing this land- -The Claude Leasure Family ,:

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A favorite old hymn is titled "One More As one commissioner remarked after Tues- worthwhile. .

River to Cross," but the Bradford County Commission day's meeting... "The schools aren't the only The following letter is especially Library"Please of Florida send the History P.K.,, an Yonge extra

is currently singing "One More Bridgeto ones who have to get back to basics. Our coun- prized coming from Dr.Samuel Proctor Copy I your very Informative Centennial -
Cross"... and that bridge looms on the 1980-81 try government must do the same thing." of the University of Florida Issue of July 28, 1 79."

budget horizon, just one year and six weeks the Department Florida of Histoal History! Quarterly Elizabeth Alexander,

away. Getting back to basics presumably means magazine. Librarian

cutting back on some of the governmental .-, Gainesville,Fla.
The County Commissioners Tuesday night matching-funds programs which are costingthe Dear Mr. Matthews: ,

detoured the bridge by dumping most of the county hundreds of thousands annually.The Although I am only about one-half WE THE APOLOGIZEFOR OVERSIGHT
county's reserve funds:.some$435,000into the trouble here, however, is that many of finished reading the Centennial Issue

pot to balance the 1979-80 budget, postponingfor these programs are mandated by state or of The Telegraph I do not want to We regret that in our Centennial-

18 months the painful process of raising federal law, and the county has little, if any delay andenjoying any longer In how congratulating much I Issue story on the history of the

taxes or levying fees for such things as garbage choice, about putting up funds to pay for them. you telling you am cluding militia units the In National Bradford Guard County, we In-
and/or fire to raise addi-
collection protection
neglected to give by-line credit to
It Is excellent; filled with Just the
tional revenue for county operations. Of course, Also being eyed by some commissioners is kind of local and regional history that Yvette Hammett. University of
there is always a third alternativedistasteful the possible trimming of the library staff, by I so much enjoy reading. It Is an important Florida student Journalist, for her
as it might bethe alternative of cutting expenses the use of more volunteer help and a cutbackin contribution to Florida .tt.r photographs of women Guard
to fall within estimated revenues. But recreation expenditures and a return to the history, and I am happy to have this ; members presently employed at the

since salaries are the major budget expense, days when sports fans helped foot the bill with are copy excellent to add to and my lam mesa sure The that pictures they Starke gave valuable armory.assistance Miss Hammett in gathering also

this could be accomplished only by a reductionof bake sales, car washes, and other such ac will be a valuable addition to your material and writing portions of this

personnel, either by outright dismissal or by tivities. history museum. BCT Party Brought article.

the less painful process of attrition. You are to be especially con- Neighbors Together
Some board members feel that the time has gratulated for all of the splendid work CENTENNIAL T-SHIRTS
Every elected county official has been asked come to set priorities and determine the difference that you have done in bringing about Dear Neighbors BEING REORDEREDDue

by the commission to attend a meeting in the between services that are merely the preservation of the 1902 Bradford Just want to tell you how much our to the demand for our Centen-
courthouse at 2 p.m. Friday, where the board desirable, and those that are necessary. County courthouse and in serving as its a entire family enjoyed the big celebra- nial T-Shirts, some people failed to
members will lay their cards on the table and catalyst rich and in colorful your county preserve tion. find the color or sizes these desired.souvenir We shirts are

ask for understanding and cooperation in Amid all the agonizing currently going on at now reordering
Cordially, Everyone else seemed to be havingas and If kyou will let The Telegraphknow
meeting what the commissioners obviously commission sessions, the public maintains an Samuel Proctor much fun as we did and we often before August 17. we will be
consider a financial crisisnot this year, aloof indifference, disregarding public work Gainesville,Fla. heard the sentiment expressed that glad to include your favorite color and
thanks to the$435,000 of surplus fundsbut next sessions on the budget apparently saving "we really shouldn't wait another one size in this shipment. Price $3.00.
year when the present 10-mill cap on tax their energy until after the millage is raised Excerpts from comments by Gene hundred years to do this again!" Phone 9644305 to place order.

millage will prevent the county from increas- and it is too late to do anything about it. Then Barber, "historian laureate" of
Baker County as published In the
ing the levy sufficiently to fill the gap between public indignation will be shouted from the August 2 issue of the Baker. County
revenue and expense, unless other sources of rooftops in the usual exercise in futility. Butwon't Press: County Agents By'
such collectionand it be fun?
revenue are found, as garbage
"The Telegraph's Centennial issue BobbyTaylor
fire protection fees.
was one of those written history experiences Notebook
The time that the public should make its 11 couldn't put down until '
At least three county commission seats will voice heard is nownot next year! or the year every word was read including the phone: 9C4-41.MO:!
be on the block next year, and another ruckus after that. This lesson should have been learned advertising __Extension:W9 ,

caused by a big jump in tax millage, such as three agobut apparently it wasn't.
"The reader Is treated to stories of Even though there Is lot of Even though they don't in '
that of 1976, would not be an asset for incumbents Public input still arrives "too little and too the lustier days of New River. Brad- most pastures we need a to protectour grassin such large numbers, other grass
who might choose to run for re late." ford and Union Counties- grass from insects. This Is the caterpillars can also be damaging.
election. assassinations public hangings and season when outbreaks of ar- These worms are usually more
the fulminant impact of Camp Blan- myworms,grass caterpillars, loopersand slender than armyworms and they, "
ding are chronicled with a minimumof mole crickets are most damag- move in a looping manner by hump-
editorializing, among hundreds of ing. ing their bodies. Their color varies
i CarelessnessAdded other subjects, including the geologyof from cream to blue-gray to brown,
Expensive the region and the DuPont mining stages Armyworms of grayish-brown are the moths Immature'that black or orange. Large black and,
operations. white spots when the body of
can usually be seen flying late In the
to the county's other economic woes is $350 every two weeks for a two-man cleanupcrew. "This area's famous photography afternoon In pasture and lawn areas. the larvae is fully extended.

the fact that some thoughtless Bradford Coun- team the Hoovers, are within the The females lay their eggs on the Control of these worms Is the same
tians just won't throw their garbage in the right pages (anybody who was, or aspiredto lower leaves of grasses and the larvae as armyworms. Again treatment.
be.somebody had to have his beau- begin to feed as soon as they hatch. should be started early when the
places, even though five free dumping areas Each compacter costs the county about ty struck at Hoover Bros. Studio In They are called armyworms because worms are small and before a lot of ,
are provided in the county, as well as dump- $3,800, and the first dump site, built under con Starke). they often move in large numbers damage is done.
sters and compacters to make everything nice tract, cost $24,000. After that, the county decided from one area to another in search of
"Unlike most local history writers, food. tend to select that Mole crickets can also cause extensive
and neat around the land-fills. to build its own, and the next three cost They grasses -
moved out of his city maintained.For damage to ,
Gene Matthews are well fertilized and pastures. They make
about$12,000 each. A fifth site is now under con of residence and wrote of the rural burrows or tiny tunnels In the soil
County Clerk Gib Brown says, "They're taking struction. ; and small town people who were as In- successful control and to prevent This burrowing loosens the soil and .

.their garbage to the dump sitest but they'renot strumental in building Bradford extensive damage,' treatment the crickets disturb and cut the! grass.. ,
throwing it,in the bins." It's kind of like a At present, the dumping system would txna, County as were the politicians, city must be? made; when: the' worms are roots and cause grassjo!thjnpf; die! ,?
ball gameif you don't make your throw in the losing proposition, even i if it were done right. ,'()Ik.jui
then the is OUT... ( Individual households their with There are several materials that
right place, county money, dump garbage : Matthews mentioned to us a Infestation usually starts in small
that is.) no fee charged, but businesses must purchase few years back that he intended to can control be applied to grasses that CarbarylSevin should isolated areas. Frequent inspection of

dumping tickets. The total revenue from compile a history of Bradford County. ( ) can applied to the pasture the pasture should be made and spot
Garbage is an expense, even when it's tickets last year was only $3,000.If After reading the appetizing first hun- without removal of livestock. Use bet treatments started before Infestation
dumped correctly. But when it's dumped? in the dred years of The Telegraph we ween one and one-half to 2 pounds of becomes widespread. This practicenot
only saves insecticides: but
wrong place, or in a messy manner, it's an unnecessary the careless dumping problem continues, eagerly await the main course. an 80 percent wettable powder in prevents extensive injury .to the

expense, and one the county could the county may choice but to employ enough one acre water of pasture.for sufficient coverageof grass.
well do without. full-time guards at each of the five dump sitesto "Amazing..fantastic..marvelousl!II
keep people from creating an unsightly and expected the issue to be an outstan- Materials like Lannate. methox- The only materials cleared for use
Good ole taxpayers' money paid around unsanitary nuisance. Added expense is ding paper, but did not know it would ycholor parathion and methyl on pasture for mole crickets are
rival the National Geographic.Satur- parathion can be used by a farmer Dylox toxaphene.or malathion baits.
$200,000 for the dumpsters and compactors now something the county certainly does not need- day Review, New York Times, and a with a private pesticide applicator'spermit. Fresh baits should be applied late in
in place, with the idea that folks would be con- especially at this time when it has dug deeply textbook on history. The research In- the afternoon when there is evidenceof

siderate enough to dump their trash in the bins, into its reserve funds to "balance" the 1979-80! volved was amazing. My sincere con- There is a waiting period of mole cricket activity near the surface
where it could be properly compressed by a budget. gratulations I to fifteen days between applicationsof seven of the soil. Baits should be applied -

compacter. When the neighborhood bins are Edwin Brevard.Freeman N.C. these materials and grazing or cutting the rate of 20 to 30 pounds per

full the garbage is hauled to a large landfill off Those whose careless habits force the county hay.

Highway 100, north of Keystone Heights. to employ more help to clean up after them will
be the first to complain when the next

But some people evidently like to do things tax increase is announced a year from now.

the hard way, strewing garbage all ,over the The unfortunate fact is that the innocent will FORESTR Y in Bradford CountyBy Mark Fries' I IUnder
dump sites, and forcing the county to pay out have to suffer along with the guilty.

proper conditions wood can polyethelene
last for centuries. Much of the wood the soil. and placed directly on

I We Get Letters uncovered during exploration of the
pyramids Is as sound today. it was Slope the outside grade away from
during the days of the ancient Egyp- the house to allow for proper
have not chosen that course and I do thane.Mofsiure. drainage and take special precautions -. ._
In 1932 Franklin Delano Rooseveltwas Creeping Socljli m not think they will freely and not time. Is the real with earth-filled porches,patios. "'t
elected President and the \\'ill Result In deliberately make that decision. of wood.Moisture and flower planters. Be sure !that the
Democratic party after long lean Death of Republic "The decision is being made for enemy soil is at least 8 inches below the level '(
years was in National power. The them behind the 'smoke-screen of an is bad for wood because it of all structural wood members of the }
Democratic platform of 19J2 that the New Dealers made perma unguaranteed political promise of the Is good for fungi and certain wood- house.
the climate of social unrest pledgedthat sensing nent a policy that was at war with the more abundant life which our great destroying Insects (mainly termites). ''.
when in power it would remove American Tradition. The New age is capable of producing. Hence Get rid of the moisture and fungi and while the other six faults have to do As far as ropf protection is concern-
Dealers sought ways and means to the title of this book 'Smoke-Screen'. ed. slope the roof
Government from all fields of insects will be eliminated. Sounds with roof protection.The enough to assure
where privateenterprise erode our Constitution by using the In- "Liberty under law remains the simple but wood-decay problemscause fast runoff ..' the faster the better. A
develop public except works and necessary natural terstate commerce clause and the. hope of the world. It is not liberty homeowners in the United first thing to remember about minimum slope of four feet in twelve
resources in the public Interest. general welfare as means for furtherIng alone nor law alone. An excess of States an estimated $3 billion in preventing damage resulting from feet is needed. Provide enough roof
their aimsPresident liberty is anarchy from which all Iblls One statewide overhang to sweep runoff from '.
President Roosevelt swore the oath repair every year. soil moisture is that all wood siding away ,
of office to uphold and defend the Con- : Roosevelt said In 1936 men revolt. An excess of law is survey revealed that 22% of all should be installed at least six Inches the house, extend shingles beyond the,t
stitution of the United Sites of "We have built up new instruments of depotism" from which free men homes had some form of decay above the ground. This Is an absolute edge of the roof. If gutler and ,
America. With a majority in our National public power"..which in other revolt. damage. Most of It could have been must except for wood that has been downspouts are used slope the gut;
Legislature he and his Brain hands..."would provide shackles for The Democratic party campaign of prevented through proper construction pressure treated with a preservativeand ters toward the downspouts to Insure
Trust lead by Adolph Berle Hopkins. the liberties of the people." Judge for 1976.again like In 1932 appealed to the and maintenance. grade marked for:ground contactuse. proper drainage keep space between
Ickes and others introduced the New yourself; do you agree? To-day the prejudice of the people, class hatred, wood siding and roof surface, and provide -*;"
Deal Programs which in the future shackles are on the American people. rich and poor appealing to and for the The best time to prevent decay is ventilation in attic areas. '",
would alarm the American Citizen. rights of all. world wide. In 1932 the before your house' is built. Studies Provide an IB-Inch or higher'' P" ,
They sought Social legislation that Government controlling productionand reformers based their appeal oa have shown that most decay in clearance between floor Joists and the
would alleviate the sufferings of distribution as the socialist ad- Humanism. Regardless of the label, residential housing Is caused by 12 soil in crawl-space areas. For enclosed
mankind.: Economic Legislationwhich vocate instead of private individuals.It creeping socialism and the destruct construction faults. Thus by giving crawl-ipace areas. Install one 'v
would control Industry and is a fact that creeping socialism Is tion of our Freedom and the Constitution special attention to these areas, you square foot of vent for each 150 square :': :*.
business in order that the Economic upon us.Samuel. will continue with the present can avoid the major decay problemsthat feet of crawl-space. 'W\: v.
Royalists would not again be Democratic Party. have plagued homeowners for d .:.::.: :"a
responsible B. Pettengill a congressman
for another depression. Above from Indiana.wrote Smoke The New Deal Socialist proclaimedthat the past 50 years. Use soil covers in enclosed crawlspace ''N.
all. they sought a political charter their reforms were embarking areas and under the slab of
that was hidden from the public by Screen which was published in 1910. America into a New Nationalism. Half ol the construction "sins"deal slab-on-ground construction. These The firet practical typewriter
Smoke Screen. New Deal Socialism a He were sought moving to demonstrate toward National that we which today we may view as National with protection from soil moisture covers should be made of 4 to 6 mil Wit invents In 1868. ,
Bankruptcy. The New Dealer reforms
Political movement which
was not
Socialism and that from now on. we "
spending and debt which required ,
voted by the people.
would move away from It. Quote:
higher taxes passed these bills
It Is time for the American with .
people to "To those who have grown weary of : .
reflect upon the the Congressional approval without the .' .. BRADFORD C0. .
our great effort to be free and have safeguards of sanity and the '" ,
by /
New Deal Era ushered the very
upon embraced whatever the label or .
who swore to and defend
ones uphold
American We have witnessedin
disguise or excuse the principles of the Constitution the :
of United States mit 'rtratt11r
the 47 the erosion of
past years our Karl Marx and are willing to become of America. sr ws 1 '.
real income and the social and Vj ;
the pawns of the State if. after full
The Constitution and the New Deal r
economic planners are insisting that debate the American people were to o "
Socialism cannot N
( we should apply the corrective deliberately and freely select National permanently coexist Q. BOB 0.FERGUSON JOHN
on American soil. The Patriots M. MILLER
I today were applied In
Socialism as a way of life by the of our form of government in both IINC.I.n,1'10": -
j 1932. Evidence Is mounting that democratic process ol ascertainingthe ", ..i< ? .' Publishers. :.,
great parties must halt this onward (I' ? ,
Feudalism .is the end result for our major voice of the people no one march toward a Socialist America Published each. Thursday and entered as second Class Matter si. I a. l I ; '' ',i.
people instead of Freedom.Excessive ,or me Pest Office at Stark, fie., under Act of : .;,, :, .
could question their right to do so. March 1. 1'''. .A
by creeping paralysis concealed from .... ,
Spending too high taxes hostility "
I free enterprise, the concentration of however mistaken. we would.consider the American Citizen it will result in b 1'A' Subscrlrtien' ,.t"11 ; their decision.
the death of the Republic. ;Jfj! :. ,wtSMetr.wIQPe1YtarJlJIshxMonthe.:
bureaucratic tyranny are all Phe iet44Joj
power "But after eight years in Congress I : Starke,Plerlde ,
by John P.Pappas ..
[ policies which. upon, reflection, showIjI' am certain: that the American people I I ., Ns.I r ,. /M

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Marry Saturday; July l 21 in Northside Baptist ;

Mill Debra Tanya Patrick, cented:the shoulders of the modified breath with white Peek-O Satin The punch tables were covered with .
daughter of Mr. Mrs. W.M. Patrickof sheer bishop sleeves with wide lace-, streamers.The ,i white satin cloths. The punch bowls ..
Lawtey and Mark Anthony cuffs The long full satin organza church fellowship hall,scene of were entwined with white daisies .
Hodges son of Mr. & Mrs. E.W. chapel train, on the organza skirt the reception, was decorated with a blue pom poms and greenery. '
Hodges Jr. of Hampton Lake, were featured chantilly lace above the full profusion of flowers of the bride's' Presiding at the' punch tables were \;:
united in marriage Saturday July 21, hem-line ruffle. Her finger-tip length chosen colors. Mrs. Randall Hodges, sister-in-law of ;
at 8 p.m. in the Northside Baptist veil of sheer illusion was attached The guest book table was covered the groom,, and Mrs. Vernon .t. . <: ',
Church with Rev. James Cowart performing with a Juliette head piece of matching with a white satin cloth and held an Parmenter, aunt of the groom. r Y
the ceremony. chantilly lace and seed pearls. She arangement of white daisies and blue The bride's table was covered witha r >iqr
The church chancei! was adorned wore pearl earrings a gift of the pom poms, with a single'' candle white satin cloth. Centering the r' t!
with a 15-branch candelabra arch groom.The bride chose silk nosegay centering it. Miss Kim Thompson table was a 3 tiered wedding cake encircled :r 1
centered with a spray of greens with of dusty' blue roses white daisies niece of the bride kept the bride's with a ring ot white daisies, ,. ,/
blue and white gladiolus and Fugi blue forget-me-nots and baby's book. blue mums and greenery. The cake
mums with blue pom poms white was topped with 2 white wedding ,f ', '
daisies and baby's breath. On either bells. Two large arrangement of ;

side were 2 15-branch candelabra Jeanne Reddish white gladiolus, fuel mums blue pompoms I I'
spirals and large palms. Fleenor-Greg white daisies and baby's )
Providing nuptial music were Mrs. breath were placed on each side of the L
Len Moore, pianist and Miss Kathy cake?
Taylor, soloist HonoredAt Cutting and serving the cake were y tu. ri t. ;I
E.W, Hodges. Jr., father of the Engaged Couple Mrs. W.D. Thompson, sister of the .. at d t I j
groom, served as best man. Ushers ,bride, and Mrs. Robert Patrick ',
were Randall Hodges brother of the sister-in-law of the bride. Mr. It Mrs. Mark Anthony Hodges !
groom Ronny Patrick brother of the
bride, and Ralph Morgan brotherinlaw Open House August Others who assisted In serving and I ,
of the caring for the guests were Mrs.
groom. l
Kingsley Lake Civic Center :
Mrs. David Gaines attended as George Shuford Miss Debbie : :
Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jeanne Fleenor and Greg Red- silver candleabra with white burning Parmenter and Miss Mary-Ann ,
Mrs. Randy Jones sister of the bride dish,whose marriage will be an eventof tapers. Parmenter. 1
Mrs. Ralph Morgan sister of the August 23: were honored at a Inviting guests to the family room Mrs. Charles Darby. directed the Holds Bridge-Luncheon July 26 I; ;
groom and Miss Gayle Shuford. delightful open house reception Satur- and sun porch was Mrs. John Arthur wedding. I
The Matron of Honor and atten- day night at the home of the Drew Reddish. Passing out flower petals were Miss
dants were gowned alike. They wore Reddish's in Green Acres. Mrs. Pate Gassett,sister of the prospective Shauna Patrick, niece of the bride Another gala affair was held at the The money derived from these '
dusty blue tone on tone, chiffon Hostesses for the affair were Mr. groom. Miss Lisa Reddish and Miss Aimee Hodges. Kingsley Lake Civic Center Wednesday social events goes toward the .
appliances -
and Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish and Miss Lorna Following to the }
a wedding trip
gowns. The bodice featured blouseon July 26, when approximately 50 needed at the club house. j r
Mrs. Mike Reddish Mr. 'and Mrs. Leasure poured punch during the Smokey Mountains, the couple will
top, short split sleeves. The billowing John Arthur Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. hours. reside Lake. guests gathered for bridge at 10 a.m.A The committee wishes to thank all
on Hampton
skirt had a tie at the waist. delectable luncheon was served at
those who helped to make the social .
Jim Reddish, Mr. and Glen Red and
Their hair pieces were clusters of Mrs. Others assisting in serving car The bride Is a 1977 graduate of 12 o'clock.Mrs. '
white silk daisies and blue forgetmenots. dish and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. ing for the guests were Mrs. H.M. Bradford High School and is atten- affair such a big success.
They carried nosegays of dusty Hanging baskets and house plants Hatcher Jr., Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mrs. ding Santa Fe Community College. Jerry Moran won the door Jerry Moran president of the
blue silk roses white silk daisies blue were used throughout the party Olin White, Jr.. Mrs. Joe Gissy and She- is employed at the Bradford prize donated by Andrews Drugs. Kingsley Lake Assn., praised all e t,
silk forget-me-nots and baby's breath rooms. Highlighting the living room Miss Stacey Reddish.As County Courthouse in the Clerk's of Mrs. Lester Crews won the pound those who have worked so hard to
with blue on the coffee table was a beautiful arrangement a momento of the occasion, the cake. make the Civic Center more attrac 1
satin streamers. fice.The j
of white and red the honored Live and certainly more comfortable.A .
Little Miss Aimee Hodges niece of yellow hostesses presented couple groom is a 1974 graduate of
the attended as flower girl. summer flowers. with a place setting of their chosen Bradford High School. He is also a Mrs. J.W. Kincaid donated a special thanks to Mrs. R.A.Green
She wore groom a baby blue gown, gatheredat Greeting the guests at the door was flatware. graduate of the University of North beautiful arrangement of permanent who was responsible for the beautiful .
the waist with a tie sash. The 3 Mrs. Drew Reddish, who presentedthem Approximately 150 guests called Florida. He is presently employed at spring flowers and drift wood to the landscaping of the grounds around
tiered skirt featured a butterfly cape to the receiving line composedof during the evening. Lawtey Correctional Institution. center. the building. ,.
the and
honorees Greg,
with a Jewel neckline. Aimee wore a '
hair of and their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
piece white silk daisies and
blue forget-me-nots. She carried a Harold Fleenor Lake Worth. Fla., r
white lace basket blue Ms. Shirley Carpenter St. Augustineand
with satin
Sheriff Dolph Reddish.The ladies 1
streamers filled with rose petals.
in the receiving line were presented A I 1I 1I'
Wayne Patrick, son of Mr. & Mrs.
Robert Patrick, served 'as ring shoulder corsages upon arrival, along
with Mrs. D.W. and Mrs.
Carpenter ;
bearer. He carried the rings on a \
white satin pillow. P.D. Reddish grandmothers of the I 'J

The bride given in marriage by her prospective groom. h hI
father wore a gown fashioned of satin Inviting the guests into the dining
organza featuring a high neckline. room was Mrs. Jim Reddish. Mrs. v I
The fitted bodice was centered with Vernon Reddish invited the guests to ". t,
applibued\ "lace'tnedalHons'accented' the refreshment table' which was' ," .. ,
'with white seed pearls. Chtitttllly late'"* covered with a white polyester lace rr r r
frosted the sides of the bodice and cloth.The centerpiece was a large arrangement F ,
midriff with white seed pearls at the of multi-colored silk '2 Chantilly lace also ac- flowers which was flanked by tall ;
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To Host TeenDance J

Friday, August 17 &

"Summer Disco Mania" will be the : ,
theme for the teen dance to be held at i : I I Ib
the Starke Golf and Country Club Fri- j ,.; a I :'
day,,August 17 from 7:30: 11:00: p.m. f4 f

Refreshments'will be served. and :
cokes will be for sale.

Reservations must be made by .A. "
August 15 by calling 964-5667. Chargewill b _. .. -
be $2 for non-members and no .. ".,'? r r ,,-- -l'j r
charge for members. Rod A.Crawford,II T.;
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Chaperones for the evening will be the PRESIDENT Bedroom*-2 Baths k kil i
Mr. and Mrs. Irving' Clark and Rod A. Crawford II I I
daughter, Pam Mr. and Mrs.Less ;
Woods Mr. and Mrs. Richard Little :.r-:1:1f.1.
and Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver.BIRTHS. Celebrates BirthdayRod 1 ". Nf. : ,

A. Crawford 11. son of Mr. and

celebrated Mrs. Rod his Crawford third birthday of Sunday Lawtey no problem when Jfiin Walter: builds I: ib.J.I IL

[ :] August 5. The party was attended by
family. He received many presentsand .
was helped in the present opening
by his sister Misty.Waldo Regardless of what you've heard or read in the news, if you own You can count on Jim Walter
property mortgage financing is problem when Jim Walter .

builds for you. Jim Walter has PLENTY of readily available dollars '
Kara Nicole Andrews High ReunionSet to build new homes for his customers.''In' addition to help keep the WE DO IT RIGHT

Mr.&Mrs. Larry David Andrews of cost of owning a new home'as low as possible Jim Walter does

Starke are the proud parents of a Sat., August 11 NOT add "points" "closing costs" that others charge to further Get complete information and cost of building on your property.
daughter, Kara Nicole who was born inflate the price you pay. Get the facts about our INSTANT mortgage financing that takes
28 In Alachua General
July Hospital.
Kara weighed 9 Ibs 8 oz. The Waldo High School Reunionwill only a day or two instead of the usual weeks or sometimesJim
be held Saturday August II,from Walter offers more than 20 LOW COST homes that can be months for credit approval. Let us tell you about Jim Walter

Mrs.Maternal Leroy Jackson grandparents paternal are pandparents Mr. fr- 9 Masonic a.m. until.Hall: In They Waldo.will Bring meet a at picnic the built on your property to almost any stage of finish from the shell custom construction methods. We want you to see the homes we

are Mr. &. Mrs. Ervin An, lunch and enjoy full day of fun. home to one that is 90% complete.This means that you'll have an build and tell you about all of the money-saving options offered to

drews. Everyone who attended Waldo High opportunity to cut an already low price :even more, simply by you. We want you to know your cost first hand and what your '

Maternal School to from. 1900' to 1955 is encouraged" doing some of the inside finishing work yourself. Do the electrical monthly mortgage payment would be to build any one of the more ,

Mr. 6 Mrs. Lewis great-grandparents Welch of Madison are come.WM ? work install the plumbing: finish the'wallboard.! You tell us how than 20 models on your property to the stage of completion you

and Mr. & Mrs. Hinton Jackson much you would like to do: The more you do,,the more money choose We want you to have ALL the facts about building the Jim 3

Starke. Paternal greatgrandparentsare ".Hunter Reunion' you'll save. And with today's high-spiraling costs :everyone Walter Way Call stop by or send the coupon. to our nearest-

Mr & Mrs. Louin Redding and wants to save money. display park:' WE DO IT RIGHT! f
Mrs. Hazel Paulk;Starke. \ .
/.. To Be Held Aug. 26 i ., ; ..............
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The annual William Miles Hunter'' 111. m j FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG!
.....- Reunion will be held at the Live Oak 'I/er' HOMES I !
Woman's Club. Newburn Road, bet ." ._ (!!! Fill out and mall. No obligation. o
ween "Agricultural Coliseum and"
the National Guard Armory on Sun- JIM WALTER HOME <

f r Kenneth Randall. Martin ,day August 28. at noon. Jacksonville Fla. 32216 ; 1 Ocala! Fla.. 32G7Q I would. like fa ho... mata Information. and rtn cat*
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Mr1-Kenneth are urged to attend. J af building an, 11' I vruforafancl would ,
Mr. It H. Martin"f* .A basket lunch will be served after ;! .., ,1' b* ..a obligailon/ to buy and Mss yav would" aim' >.
LaMey announce the birth of a'son.Kchneth ,> short business meeting. ,"P. .' O. Boxl6985> ,,; P. Box 954 '. Ih... fact*Jr.. of eh.,... 'ar. .
RandalT.;July 31'at 2:40 am'; 'For1 more information contact Mrs. ; J \
in Jacksonville. He weighed 7 lbs 13T Gussie Hunter MacLaren Rt. 4. Box 6227 PhlllipHghway; ;'r ;. 3001 South P'n' ,St.'l. ': ) HAM'i, ,
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CP (0cp 8 X09.1JCvUOCLUI Susan Deaver Charles Bastak i


) f Exchange Vows Sat. July 28The

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church lace headpiece covered with silk
Mr. and Mrs Kent Booher have Donald Denmark, while the Normans was the setting Saturday, July 28, at flowers with shoulder. length illusion
returned from a week In the Delawareand traveled on fo Dallas, Texas four o'clock for the marriage of Susan veil.Michael
Pennsylvania area. They attended Elizabeth Deaver daughter of Mr. & Meeks of Otter Creek was
a 20 year high school reunion at the Mr and Mrs C. Marks Rltch had a Mra. James William Deaver of best man and ushers were Gordon In-
Seven Springs Resort and also helpedMr. family reunion for a week on ar l4 w Gainesville and Charles Anthony gram Dave Shewey, Robert Wallace
and Mrs A.G. Booher, Kent's Cumberland Island In the Atlantic. yr Bastak son of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony D. of Bronson and John Walls of
parents, celebrate their fortieth wed- Family Includes Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Bastak of Bronson. Williston.
anniversary with a family party. Ritch and son from Theresa,Mr. and Miss Deaver is the granddaughter Mra. Deaver, the bride's mother,
Mrs. Ralph Thomas and family from of Mrs.J.O. Deaver of Brunswick and wore a light blue chiffon gown. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman Jacksonville. Mr.and Mrs.Wayne M. the late Rachel Dryden Starling Bastak, mother of the groom, wore a
were in Dall... Texas last week Wall and family from Starke Mr. and The double ring ceremony was performed light orchid qulana gown. Both wore
where Mrs. Norman attended the Mrs. Paul Landry and sons from by the Rev. William Lllycrop.: corsages of white orchids.
Golden Anniversary of the Delta Kap- Kingsley Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn rP The bride's sister, Miss JamieDeAnn Following the ceremony a receptionwas
pa Gamma Society International. Ritch and family from Haines City, Deaver of Gainesville, was held at the Gainesville Garden
4.000 women educators from the and Mr. and Mrs. Frankle Crews maid of honor. Matron of honor was Center.
United States and eleven foreign from Starke. Visiting with them were Mrs. Paul Pletcher of Winter Haven. Assisting in hospitalities were Mrs.
countries attended this 4-day conven- Mr. and Mrs. Casey Carlisle and son Bridesmaids were Mrs. Richard Arnold Don Harris, Mrs. Maxine Powell
tion. Mrs. Norman served as the from Trenton.Mr. Amerlcus, Ga.,Miss Amy Leigh Mrs. Bill Wilson, Mrs MildredKinard
History committee Chairman for Cunningham, Ashville, N.C., and Mrs. R.J. Baker, Mrs. Don
Florida last year and Is treasurer of t Mrs Mike Meeks, Otter Creek, Fla. Rice. Mrs. Claude Harpe Miss Gail
her chapter Alpha Nu, which includes and Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr., P They wore matching gowns of ice Kinard,Miss Carla Kinard,Mrs.John
Bradford and Union Counties.Mr. lust returned from a week's vacationIn peach polyester interlock, covered bya Walls and Mrs. Gordon Ingram.
Tucson, Arizona and New Mexico. lace drawstring jacket with three- Following a wedding trip to the
and Mrs. A. Russell Norman II-i quarter length sleeves. They carried Cayman Islands, the couple will be at
Rosa Saturdaywith nosegays of silk flowers. home in Williston. .
had Mrs. Norman's sister, Mrs. Mrs. Padgett spent ,
Rachel Denmark, visiting last week. Rev. and Mrs. Reginald Butlerat The bride was escorted down the aisle The bride is a graduate of Cross
Mrs. Denmark traveled with the Nor their new home In Ocala Forest. t ,by her Uncle Clark Howell Keys High School, Atlanta Ga., and
mans to Bayou LaBatre Alabama, The Butlers are former residents of !L Nasworthy of Starke and given In the University of Florida. She is
where she visited with her son, Starke. marriage by her father. She wore a employed by the Levy County School
sleeveless trilobal jersey gown with a'' Board.
Venice lace collar and schiffli yoke on The groom graduated'from Levit-
tulle with seed pearls throughout the town Division Avenue High School
bodice. Her A-line skirt was adorned Levittown, N.Y., and attended the
fc\0 Charles Schaefer' with silk Venice appliques and her University of New Mexico,
0\ \\t.L chapel train and hemline were edged que, N.M. He is employed by they'County
City Commission Group 2 f fl with Venice lace. She wore a closecap Sheriff's Department.

A Man Of Proven Ability I Jk: ,

t: .., ''losl w1 t Robbie Hiner In ConcertAt
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6 Years As A City

Commissioner & 3 Years Mr. & Mrs. Charles Anthony Bastak a,...a.......a a... Pine Level Baptist ChurchRobbie
As Mayor 1972 1978 p.-I. ,

Stands For Honesty And Integrity NOTICEThe Mrs. Garnlta Parker of Miami,was Hiner, nationally-known Robbie travels more than 200,000
gospel soloist for Dr. Jerry Fa 1 well miles a year accompanying Dr.
weekend of her sisters, Mrs.
Will Listen To The People Of Starke Society Editor Gladys Mooy guest and
Edna Wells and Mrs. Carolyn Old-Time Gospel Hour will be Falwell and also in presenting gospel
Pd. Pol Ad, plant to be back at work Monday
In .
attended the wedding concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, concerts as a soloist.He
II.. CattrsIM Pf Asp Crisp By Chula Schi.f.r ifttr three weeks conva/efcertce Redgrave.of their They niece, Pamela Hutto to- August 18,and all day Sunday,August is recognized as one of the na
Mr' *. Mooty may be reached at 19, at Pine Level Baptist Church,31/2 tion's outstanding young musicians.He .
Cannon In
VIM Vif. ft SiWcrt Will .. Gristly Af rs Ul.4 164-7608 during business hour Gary Saturday night., on miles west of Starke on Hwy 100. is a graduate of Liberty Baptist
Pastor Alvarez announced that Mr. College, a native of Roanoke,
Hiner's concert will consist of approxImately Virginia,and is married to the former
two hours of Christian music Miss Patty Sue Scruggs of Appomattox -
and gospel testimony. Virginia.
Hiner has been the featured soloiston
Dr. FalweU's Old-Time Gospel i I
-, Hour since 1972.His records have sold Norman Reunion : :
over 300,000 copies and his most
,, ,
; popular albums have been "Robbie
Hiner Sings the Old-Time Gospel" Sunday August 12
which sold 110,000 copies in 1976. and
"It Wouldn't Be Enough" which sold
83,000 copies in 1974.Danette All friends and relatives of the late
HownewWatt--Wtse Living homes S. J. and Emma Carter Norman will
hold their annual reunion Sunday,
August 12, at the Lake Butler Com-

save to 250/0 on electricity.XAMPLF4 Rodrlque munity A basket Center.lunch will be'served at
up Ricky/ A. Brown 12:30: p.m.

\ .: ToWedAugusf\ a
Bureau of Census'
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Mr. and Mrs. Alcee Rodrlque, of
Starke, announce the engagementand To Conduct Survey
approaching marriage of their
daughter Danette M. Rodrique to 20.24
Ricky A. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. August
: E.L. (Topsy) Brown of Theressa.
The wedding Is planned for Satur. Local representatives of the Bureau
day August 18 at 2 p.m. in St. Ed- of the Census will conduct a survey of
wards Catholic Church Starke. employment in this area during the
work week of August 20-24,1979( For
rest P. Cawley, Jr., director of the
Rlmes-Dekle/ / Reunion/ Bureau's Regional Office in Atlanta. ,
has announced.
lass. Interviewer who will visit
Set August 12 households in this area is Mrs. Norma
The annual Rimes-Dekle family The survey Is conducted for the U.S.
reunion will be held Sunday, August Department of Labor in a scientifically -
12, beginning at 11:30: the Worthington designed sample of approximately
Springs Community 76,000 households throughout the
What makes aWatt Wise'Mhome Watt-Wise home? Building.A United States. Employment and
business meeting will be held unemployment statistics based ,on
The proper and efficient use of glass, for one thing. followed by a covered dish luncheon. results of this survey are used to provide
The warm Florida sun can be blamed for almost Everyone please bring a dish, plates a continuing measure of the
and cups will be furnished. economic health of the Nation.
half your cooling costs. Which means that 40 to 50% For example, in June the survey indicated .

of the money you're spending on air conditioning is that of the 102.:9 million men
.0..60'- and women in the civilian labor force,
REFLECTS UP TO due to the fact that you have windows. 96.8 million were employed. The Na

30% OF TIlE To cut these costs Watt-Wise homes offer practical tion's unemployment rate was:S,6 per-
cent; It has been in the 5.7 to :S.9
-/ per-
SUN'S RAVS suggestions on window treatments and the type of -.W, cent range for most of the past year.

glass that should be used. Some people thought they Information supplied by individuals

Like reflective glass for unshaded windows facing could ashes create into the rain throwing strictly participating confidential in the by survey law and is kept the

REFLECTIVE east or west. And tinted glass for other windows statistical results are totals.used only to compile

GLASS exposed to the sun. In addition your Watt-Wise

REFLECTS UPTO home can have extended overhangs shading the

80% OF THE exposed glass. ROPERCUTTER I

I ( SuNs PAys To meet FPL's recommended Watt-Wise standards, ..

glass should be limited to the following percentages of ALL s a

floor space: clear 11%; tinted, 13%; reflective, 13%; : w l) > I

and shaded glass, 15%. (These figures apply to single- OO

r pane glass.) 6 i

But the more efficient use of glass is just one of the DECK i

features of a Watt-Wise home. Others can include an FREE WITH PURCHASE

_. energy-saving water heater higher-efficiency: air .

,jl ? conditioner or heat pump, proper insulation, and of 11 to 20 H.Pe Roper Tractor* J

more efficient appliances.

The Watt-Wise Living .!
ChooM It and U H P ayCnto.Oa4nead .
home. It costs a little moreno'w I tingi' cyl or I,. II. :
t1''J" but in the long -- .20 H P bins. i
are lixt MM Ulna _
n All gar and"yd'o-"'_availabi'
run it costs a whole lot less. FLORIDA POWER s LIGHT COMPANY .. IlKlne' k.ylla' >l lD .:
*padded _'rig mounMd IaalaMWtHusl
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I IN'" THK' CIRCUIT COURT ci AERh'1I It .BAKER '.I.( ) \,t t Ivt': Ut .ilia!;acHcwd ::.' HELEN D. BACH Me + J ., \ iLFlbaf> Lw HarMa. .......... house, Starke. Mortda.I 1 '\ Commission mien, ;.; (" ,.tJ ,bDMMI' IoN.Y .

E4GHTH. JUCHOAl OR.WIT wife, UNDA M. BAKER; County Courthouse at wife, 213 CHurchhlll Dr., f 'f> r plod TO AH CI......., Taxpay. Bach and every Person ,. room, .rojifojvi. fcovryCourthouse. .. ,
OF FLORIDA IN COMMUNITY STATE Starke. Florida. Greenville, North i i d I'i; '-01011 era and other Interested having any Interest Starke, : Gilbert $. Brown "
ANDtJ-OR BRADFORD BANK I OfDefendant JtA.I j',:/ J J", Date* Jui'I..Giesse J Carolina, and BICCO t t? ..if '0' Ile -"oct Persons.You whatever In the enactment Florida on Tuesday, Clerk. t I. !
UN" *. .George' 4" __ Tse'] 197t. and f
CORPORATION Address ICll.! of this proposed August! 28. August 2. 1979 f
Untied States Marshal Unknown number at... and each of You ORDINANCE should appear moM* a recommendation Itpd 119
CIVIL ACTION NOTICE OP SALT Middle District of Florida YOU ARE HERS'"r seance. are .hereby and herewith and be heard at the to the Board of County J ;
., COM No. 79-399 Notice )I. given NOTIFIED that an action of the projlenf. end ibe given notice In _. time and place prescrib Commissioners and the 1 '
In Re: The Marriage of hat pursuant to a Summary t Bernard S. McLendon to foreclose the following names In wNleh It wee/ dance with (Mori***' ed.BOARD Board will consider on NOTICE 1\\
CHARLES E. WOOD. Hoi- Judgment entered'' Assistant United States property In Bradford assessed a"foIlOW.t: S'calllt" that .the Board Of 9f f bond and SHIRLEY L. on July 10, 1979 by the A'IOMeAltorner for County Florida: Certificate' N* 98. of Coenrty Cemmls- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS *> at the same said application to the Bradford ) "J ,
WOOD. WI'.. above entitled Court (ItV Plaintiff' Lot 27, LAKE HAM". 1977. sinner of Ir'dd'.rdCount place at 10:00: A.M. on County Zoning j;
**" Year of Issuance '
NOTrCBOFSUIT. the' above styled cause, ,. 7/19 4tchg 8/9 TON OAKS, a rub of Property ; Florida have BV': Gilbert S. Brown Ordinance relating to: Board for reclasslllcaHon i : .
NO PROPERTY the undersigned United division recorded In Plat Description designated' the Bradford Clerk. The retorting of the of the property clftctlbedbelfromORtollC "

TOt CHARLES E. States Marshal or any of Book 3, Page 41" public : Com ofat NE 1/4 COR. RUN OF County Zoning and Plor: August 2, 1979 following; described' pro \ \
WOOD. 11 Montgomery his duly authorised NOnCIO'INTENTION records al Bradford NW 1/4 SE fling Board to conduct: a l'Ichg 8/9' party and amending the 20,000 Sq. Ft. located, Tokoma Pork deputies will sell the County, Florida, lying, W2IO-FORAPOB. THEN public hearing at a Comprehensive land one- |uartar mile South ..'
Maryland." property situate' In Bradford TO REGISTER and being In" Section 25 RUN SIIOS'W210tN105'( regular meeting held. at NOTICE OF APPLICA- Use Plan to provide that of Shako on the West I ,.1, !(
YOU ARE HEREBY County Florida' FICTITIOUS NAME Township 7 South Range 1210' TO FOB RP 587-568 7:30 P.M., in the'County. TION FOR REZONINGAND lands currently, toned OR side of Hwy 100 In Section .
NOTIFIED hot an action described as: < L, Pursuant to Section 21 East SEC 32 'TWP 6-S. R-22. Commission meetingroom AMENDMENT OF and designated by the 4 Township South t
lor Dissolution of Mar Part of the SE 1/4 ,of B69.09 Florida Statutes, Name In which ass...- ,- Bradford/ '. County THE LAND USE!! PLAN plan as Agricultural/ be Range 22 East out of parcel : .
flag hoi, b..n 'filed SW 1/4 of NW 1/4. Section notice Is hereby given has "been 'tiled against ed. Flora Mulberry E.,. Courthouse, Starke, rezoned to BP. and 4673 for a single \

against you Charles E. 34. Township 6 that the undersigned Affordable you Michael I Bach and All of said property Florida on Tuesday, An ORDINANCE amending designated Business the family residence. !
Wood and you ar. required South Range 221 East Homes of Helen/ D, Bath and BIcco being' 'In the County of August '28. 1979. and the ComprehensiveLand property of JOHN HEN. This change In classification

., to MTV a copy of Bradford County; Florida Inc.. 327 W. Call Corporation and you ore Bradford. State of make a recommendationto Use Plan Element DRY, described as Is subject to a
your written defenses IIany Florida being more particularly Street, Starke, Flo. required to serve a copy Florida. the Board of County, and Map by Bradford follows: seven miles public hearing to be held .
fa It, on the plain.'Iff' described of written defenses Commissioners and the Northwest of Stork. on
as your Unles such certificateor County Florida In accordance on Tuesday August :28, j
32091 business
( attorney, whose follows: Commencing at under the doing firm If any to It, on the plain certificates shall be Board will consider on with the local the North side of Hwy 1979 at 7:30 p.m.. In the .
nom. and address I. the Southeasterly/ cornerof name of tiff's attorney,, whose redeemed according to Monday,, September 10 Government Comprehensive 100. 20.000 Sq. Fl. of live County Commission )
Georg. H. Pierce, f e.qulr. the plat of South Gate "CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION name and address Is law 1 the described 1979 at the same said Planning Act acre parcel Section 12 Room In the Bradford I..
., P.O. Drawer 1030. Replat as recorded 'In' BY HARRIS". 327 W. George H Pierce. Es In such property certificate or place at 1000: A.M. an of 1975 as provided for In Township 6 South Range County Courthouse At
Stark*. Florida 32091 Plat Book 3. Page I of Call Street Starka, Fla. quire. P.O. Drawer 1O3O, certificates will be sold Ordinance relating to: Chapter 163 of the :20 East to build and this time all persons Interested ".
and lit. tha original with the public records of said 32091. .Intends teregl.r Starke. Florida 32091. The reionlng of the Florida Statutes. operate an upholstery shall be heard
the clerk of the above County thence South said fictitious and file the original with to the highest bidder at following described properly TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers shop for or against the proposal
ttyled. court on or before/ 8914 East along an name under the provkslons the dark of the above the courthouse door In and amending the and other Interested You ore further given as specified In the I
August 20 1979; otherwise Easterly' prolongation of of aforesaidstatuta. styled court on or before the Month of August Comprehensive Land Persons. NOTICE! that a copy of Zoning Code of Bradford
a Judgement maybe the Southerly/ line of said August 30 1979: otherwise '1979 which Is the 30th Use Plan to provide that sold proposed OR. County

entered agalntt you South Gate Replat 1110.3 Dated this 2nd day of a Judgement may day of August 1979. lands currently toned You ,,and each of' You DINANCE Is available for Jerome Johns, Chairman .
'for the relief demanded feet; thence North 250' August, A.D. 1979. at be entered against you, Dated this 16th. (May of r RIA and designated by are hereby and herewith your, Inspection at the office Bradford County Zoning I
In the complaint or pet West, 2.53 feet for a Stark., Fl. 8/2 4tchg for the relief demandedIn July,, 1979. the plan as Rural given notice In accordance of the Director ol. Board
ton.| point of beginning; 8/23 the complaint or. pet)' By, Gilbert S. Brown Residential be rezoned with Florida Zoning and Planning August 2, 1979 : .
'WITNESS my, Hand and thence North 8830' West tion. By Beuloh M. Moody. to BA and designatedRetail Statutes that the Board Bradford County Court "pel 8/9 3 I .
the teal of said Court on 100 feet; thence North IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk of Circuit Court Business the property of County Commissioners house Slo'.... Florida. i ,

July. 12. 1979.'GILBERT 250' West 100 feet; EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT WITNESS my hand and of Bradford County of ELOISE RIVERA. ol Bradford' Each and every Person i i. i ii
S. BROWN thence South 8850 East OF FLORIDA IN the seal 1 of sold Court on Florida 8/2 4tchg 8/23 (Mrs Antonio), described County Florida have having any, Interest
Clerk A* CI.rk of laid 100 feet; thence South AND FOR BRADFORD July, 24, 1979.GILBERT \ as follows; One ((1)I) designated the Bradford whatever In the enactment i f fj
Court: 2*50' East 100 feet to the COUNTY S. BROWN. As NOTICE OF APPLICATION acre located 3 miles County Zoning and Plan of this proposed ;1
By, B.ulah M. Moody of Sold Southwest of Keystone ORDINANCE should appear o l
point beginning. CIVIL ACTION Clerk of said Court. FOR REZONING nlng Board lo conduct a
A Clerk land described Heights on the right side and be heard at the
Deputy also
being Marian
By1 r
CASE NO. 79.153LONGCHAMP : McRaa, As AND AMENDMENT OF public hearing at a j
(Court Seal) as a part of Lot 3. .. HOMES Deputy Clerk THE LAND USE PLAN of Hwy 21 In Section 35. regular' meeting held at time. and place prescribed.
7/l91tchg 8/9 MATTICE SUBDIVISION INC.. a Florida (Court Seal) Township B South Range 7:30 P.M.. In the County 7
as recorded In Deed corpor- 7/261tchg 816NOT'a amend- :22 East out ol parcel! 85 BOARD OF BRADFORD :
atlon Plaintiff vs. An ORDINANCE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT Book F, Page 729 of the, to build and operate aWestern
'MICHAEL BACH and the Comprehensiveland
Auto Store.Yoif ._ ,
aforesaid' records.Subject
COURT MIDDLE public HELEN D. BACH his wife, Use Plan,Element ,
DISTRICT OF fLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE. however to Bradford/ are further given
DIVISION taxes If any, due for the OFAPPLICATION. Map, by NOTICE that a copy ol. !

and JOYCE L. STALVEY County Florida.In accordance .
1979 at public out- FOR said proposed ORDINANCE V, .
year his wife, et al. Defen with the local available for Ll I
Court No. 79-137-Clv- cry to the highest antl TAX DIED Government Comprehensive Is .
J-M best bidder for cash at dantNOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY Sec 194.16 F.S. Planning/ Act your Inspection at!the ol- .
lice of the of
the hour of 12:00: o'clock NOTICE IS HEREBY
UNITED STATES Noon 21, 1979 of 1975 as provided 'lor In Zoning and Planning Pressed garlic yields more flavor then diced garlic.
OF op August TO: MICHAEL BACH and GIVEN that H.V. Saxon Chapter 163 |af the Bradford
AMERICA Plaintiff VS. at the Front Door En- County Court.

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Reg. Real Estate Broker LISTINGS
964-8788 or ''''-78'6

301 North Trail Motel Lawtey 230B N. Temple Ave. (U.S.Ml N.) m FIORItANDREALTY

Office 782-3931 '"00 PM 530 PM I.J.3. ,

Home 782-3696; Phone ,...noo ;

393. N.Temple Avenue

Stucco Home, 3 BR Tile Honey, Moon SpecialKitchenLiving 'ifjiHome. I If have for sale :
2% you property
both on / Ac. Lot. Area, acre. many ,
Bedroom and Beth. I.IS fruit trees. With fish pond, I

CB. 3 II. 2 both on 7 Ac. shady acres.ACREAGI ,, I. . ," ,
7% I" < I
Extra Trailer Hook-up. .c. Mark-eel S Sterling
1 Ac. to 10 Ac. I" ::i. don't tell 'M'

Frame Homo 3 BR, both on sites. SI,800 per Ac. and your
'.2 Ac. SR 225 Weil.nualk up. 10% te 20% Down with 10 ac. with used Auto and
e.v \Jkt iCB. .110 yee-r*>* ...,. ., w, 4-U\luJ., v J ; Perls on N.30I .,AII bldgs. ., a
1 Lr.
J'-J. mJ -
:3 BR, 2 bath Including homevTbvs'neiiand h sum

FIREPLACE( ( seperate .HI. SHELL HOME Requires Inventory. MiftfV( !.' : W'c : (ne or,

ciency. 2.30 Ac. St. Clair St. relocation. here : c ; ::F .
Ralph Bryan Real Estate Is proud to Graham :' ..;r, Jar
area 30+ acres, tell !
announce a new Realtor Associate Jude fence, good pesture .. :: "id .: e.rWiU

WADE A. BEHRt REG. BROKER Moody, returning to her home town after r,."' $.f: R"d,. ?,
veningsi.. Please coil ., i .Ifif.; ,.>1 ". ,r, -7
2 Realtor In '
Hiway 301 N. Lawtey 782.3973 years as a Gainesville. Vernle P. Odom Broken ': j.
I GRI, Phone 964-8476, 'S your H/I't) vAk
;} A'' PHONE i
Pearl Andrews 944-773* ., } .-,. 984-7778B( ,I
1 Acre Lot Near Country Club ADVANCE OFFERING, .. L. G. Dall 944-7S9I '- 0.." CECELIATERWIILEGAR 205 N Tempt" 1 1atA
I Presently being surveyed Into lots of 1 acre up 70 lush \ realtorFFUJLKNER ;' i>> \:
3,250 green rolling acres, on Bayless' Highway Owners will I
1 finance at only 10% down. Reserve your, parcel' now and J

3 Acres State Road 230-A I SAVE at pro-development prices! HURRY there wont be ,
any, more like thlsl Approx. 2 miles from FSPI Ornu '
Only 41.990 SPECIAL 1

1 Acre Lot (For Mobil. Home) I .3 BR block carport $19.800. KINGStlY LAKE 3400 .... ft. home en lot !j
-4 BR 2 bath, dbl. garage, fireplace, storage h..., patio ROBERTS REAL 50' x 812"" A dandy If you're hendy. best
2,990, :: 42600. ESTATE location ... $46,000. f j I

Neat 2 BR frame CH1A. nice high lot, 16500.

; 20 Acre Hlway 100 West -3 BR garage, fireplace 24500. 964-7828 REALTY 964-sasB Q3 Mast everything we touch turns to :

-3 BR frame only 17500. 986.N. Temple SOLD. t I'I
27.990 .2 BR block large DR. LR I lot. fireplace 28000.

.' Starke Fla. 7385 N. A... I.
I I Temple .
11 Acre 301 North
Hlway Prime 2 acres on U.S. 301 with ISO ft. franloga. Over 200 Lg. frame house on Corner FHA I VA FINANCING AVAILABLE models to be built Broadway, St. New homes es low as

22,500 sq. ft. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage lot 3 BR, 2 B. CHA.modern $204. per mo. total payment after minimum FHA down

::''ft,; M; ", building. Over 9000 sq. N. of concrete 1 parking space kitchen Nice RESIDENTIAL p.,. 10 years, Home Owners Warranty VA FHA CON-
'V.V $88,000. 75' x 150' lot with :2 BR 18 frame. $7500.00 good: terms VENTIONAL. No closing costs for these that qualify.. Cemaen
I'r;(: ; D 5 Acres Hlway 301 NorthV 379 ft. of 'land on U.S. 301 with water I sewer $67,000 Very nice double wide on 2BR I B, LR. DR, Kit. FR with 1 BR rental and large Con Blk In see the plans end let' telk I

'' 12,490 will divide.' Ralford Rood 1 acre lot, 3 workshop. Nice 'lot In good location

.... Successful station beauty parlor. The looking Glass In BR. 2 B. 2 BR 1 B, Family Room ISouthgate. BUY NOW t PROFIT LATER Neat home I epprex. 3$
'2BR. IB. Con Blk In town Immaculate goad acres on Rd. 14. Will divide.
Starke Plaza.
Present will
20 Acres Ft. Railroad owner remain as operator. Only
: ((1320 Front)
$10.500 which Includes $8000 worth of equipment and large frame dwelling on J
27,500. stock acres with 2 mobile home 'FARMS* ACREAGE' NEARLY NEW HONEY FOR THE MONEY :3 BR 2 B car

rentals, excellent buy.. .' 3Br IB with 3 acres Fish pond. port paved drlvewey' surburben" atmosphere 618

We Also Have Several Large Tracts KINOSIIY LAKE Brick duplex with 9f) f.. on water 4BR 28. Dbl Wide MH on 2 1/2 A Hampton area Milton Terrace.
86500. Almost frame 3 BR. 2 7 acres.$7.500. Easy, Term.
Of'Acreage Priced From 1,200 B. home on 9 acres In 5 ocres.$5,000Easy Terms, BETTER HOME I GARDEN 13 Acre CI kerne :3 BR 1CHt B

I IM" COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR,:3 bath.dou. Strawberry Acres Beautiful acres with 2BR. IB home, workshop 3 car A'', screened. patio garage, (let,. utility roan living .
Per Acre bla/ garage with utility 80700. garage/ Immaculate.S ': room dining' room femlly room on paved reed In
10 acre plus/ 'lovely brick acres. High ( Dry. Terms. Lawtey $65,000.00MULTIUSE

.. MORGAN tOAD 4 BR, 1 bath block with 14x32 pool an home 'In country, 3 BR. 2 B, 3 Acres acres with mobile home Hampton area.
1.4 acres 48000. Neat and clean. POSSIBILITIES An opportunity te live In anestokllshed

FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN '1 prestige .,.. et e price you can afford early
WALDO 2BR block QUA. In lawn $24,000. Beautiful' Brick home with ;
Over 200' Block ocrei'with
| BRADFORD COUNTY frontage on Creek,2! 2 BR .
CALL pool In city on dead end '" nished.partment. plus furnished cortege ever aw acre)
frame house. p >
LOU street 4 Bit; 2'/i 1. largelot i1' Owner financed.. >
A AOUAOI-In four counties, ) 11 I
BILL POWELL extras. 38R. IB. Con. Blk. house only 2 .Cln\oIcf on Sampson
many '
take. < n;,* GOOD INVESTMENT Ml beautiful) sfieeed .let wfm
One acre on Crosby L.k.ln restricted _. Broker .
DtOHTCAUIIIIWE I' Green Acrei-Brick home ar .,' ownerCOMMERCIAL home $43.000 adjoining' lot 9O x 111 $11.000. I
\ REAL ESTATE"IN.Weln" .1' v "
on large lot with, pecan ," '
no' ,
tress' :3 BR, 2. B. large out GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY -Ml acres frees Hell- h
| SI.* : AND BVIRYTHJNO ON rr'III'- building. 15 unit MINI STORAGE and 600 sq.' ,ff/OFUICE!, !: SPACE or) day inn $110,000. '

IVBMNGi over 1/2: acre corner lot. Plenty of/ roon| 'Id expand1 {
Inflation Fix It yocrself and this S ,r. old :3 BR, 2
Fighter .
Largo service station with! remodeled
....., olficetjl Equip. In.
Huge home 2 ItlSURELV LIVING Beautiful' acre In en U 23$ .
bath house) Is yours for $16.000 or tee and make' offer.intr. ,. 44201MM grama on luded. :210 301. V "u" country
1101.m C. t.esseh Hwy ;
: ,
,1 acre lot In lake Butler \ ,, Nice frame "kerne plus CB ..., itVt SI3.M9.
96Way. ....,/1.1- ,,,. v t 21S' frontage on Hwy, 301-Service; Station pumps and
Here Later.Use far a retreat now (lurnlshed hawse .. i tank Included. Reduced ,'
Dee to $4S.000ti) w ,
: e 0ff1ce i Mega77.506 Appro. 2O an' I ; MOST CONVENIENT.......el townEnjeylMee .lit tfclsnearly
with Off clear sand bottom ...... Ready to live In and acres
an Itr__ Hwy 301 North ISO'xTOOT lot with 'mqlt.' .... blk./ .' bldg. ,
South. new 2 BR I 8 large ream > peeeiled.
lava for only $65,000.Need ... MUIft' i' Great Beside, nrpetesl.refrtg .
location To Reno ; ,
I' Motel. % $
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motile'hornet: .
; Mobile Home Park-12 acres Included 8 l ,
law. of roam close. .lag/BRTbath' .,bfll yard I Big Dav,4 /. Dys1 Judd Meedy Vicki P.w.RAsesdot. Graham area, t and 2 acre!, loom lor expansion Hampton area $28.500.KEYSTONE. '
lots an rood terms
Sargainl-$31,000.I ..$ to Au.dete
available I $84.900! Specteculor glemaurou :lyneej(
461.172$ 964.5513 44,843 MOBILE!! HOME OR BUILDING LOTS
leavttful bultdlnf lot nice tr_. Priced right. Good In- ,1.10 I acre Hwy 100 Good location. Good terms Coder > assume mortgage > all emeeJtto" .. everloefctog..
.f. $ 80 acres, mostly cleared lake Broofc'yr
., .tml, r .J" oved Hampton lot wlnVwell leptK $3, oj.'e .-"""" v.
1 road frontage
3t e ,big famllyt r tots of room;' closa. In. 48*; I bath Union County between have other{lots with 1 low down I povmentI..oi."'," It ,,fl'easy men LOSING GROUND TO INFLATION INVEST .IN. '"151 '
alford: and Lake Butler. BARGAINS
root yard! Only 37000. -'" :
RLLOCATIWdSERYICLINC. good buy :. thly, payments., t ''.q tVb.J'1 6 acres Rd 100A $II. a* acre "
C'Jj t Wt DO. APPAALSAt l cw ry ,' 13 acres Ml $MOO o.. acre .' .
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JSke Crosby area: 50' en water, teptitanlif wall ,SMidjlohf irv: BU: f :j
Financed) .AsssclstiisikhardKeeert. .V i1rr.1 tH... Block Leke $t. S17.504 .'*' f.
I* pole. 56.200.Ownor: t'' it y \.'t'. '', JpeulH.FeulVneT-RwItor'//, $9000 kerne" e. W. .uk.... ';;\": A: ',*:'',

!:I, .' j, .Il, AmtOedwl* Susen M. BekkewReeher t : a 1f $27. M stare apt. .30'I. ,; 'i. 1
W t Iveningut64$085'I BeewMful euildlna! let $8968 : K'4ir'
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Public, Meeting Set For August 16 .... More ''@Va .kin' L* Wqn,*. ;;..:&Xttto..t: :! : .i .. i.'.. ";.,,.u. ..,. t,! N'f f..s' N.i I4 lJ ,Ln"\.J J I

I -Is it tau to Ute nation. Is It In Kfttha- .
tional Interest. ff smaller; missiles with,' .*wet" late governments currently'have >' : Minimum; Wage.. ,1,
FSP Wastewater PlanNotice .
About warheads.
nationaldefeitM butfiy moire money available than the
Will the be
Mow the USSR has', improved Its federal government Chile poi" Agreeing' with a statement bV Mor:,
beefed to be thtJ.Mgps
up and the hug rockets out Why should the federal sendWS rts Williams Sen. ChJK* said !the I
Is hereby given that a public to receive comments from the publicon pace with Russia. ter and multiple warheads give the red ink dollars to states which can federal minimum waif is Inflationary.
meeting will be field by the State of wastewater treatment and It is Imperative that. i n. Soviets the capability knocldng'out balance their budget, Chiles asked ,
be increased I IM
Florida concerning the 201 disposal alternatives for the planning ding!: 10 reverse r. U.S. missiles in their silos, to they ,, ., i
will \ if. trend that could )Jted U let
Wastewater Facilities Plan for the area. Cost estimates bay might never be able to make a
Florida State Prison Complex
UCI, and surrounding stateownecilands will be made. The public is. urged to repeatedly."I ',I, It has been a point of controversy Two Vacancies Trustees I
know the policy of the Soviets. Is forSFCC
) within Bradford and Union attend, for years that the aging B-52 bombers' > > .rntS.ttrrttr. .
it possible that by SALT III or IV that
Counties. The meeting is to be held on provide less and less threat Russia
Thursday, August 16,1979,at 7 p.m.In The Florida State Prison Complex Russia will have the advantage?" continues to improve Its defenses as Applicants will be screened to fill A public, hearing to screen applicants
the Bradford County Courthouse, N. 201 Facilities Plan Is being funded by asked Col. James A. Griffin "That'. That leaves the U.S.with its Polaris two vacancies on the Board of will be held Aug. 17 at 3 p.m.
Temple Ave., Starke. Florida. the State of Florida 100 percent for the what I'm concerned about." submarine fleet to fire the retaliatory Trustees of Santa Fe Community Col at, Affordable Homes, 327 W. Call St.
i't, Department of Corrections. For Infor. "I am, too" Sen. Chiles said. Chiles I
strike pointed out lege.One
The purpose of the> meeting will be mation, call 19042220334. Chiles pointed out the U. S. had With the question mark of the vacancy was created by 'the
depended for years on his triad bombers and missiles, the status of resignation of Ms. Hazel B. Hardy. The screening committee consists
system of defense against a nuclear U.S. defense is in Interested persons are requested to Of James Prince, Cecelia: Ter-
threat-its B-S2 bombers, its nuclear senator Defense question, the send their resumes to Bob Harris, P.. willegar Blaine Thompson, Sheriff
I armed submarine fleet, and Its Increased says.three spending was O. Box 412. Starke, Florida. Dolph Reddish and Bob Harris. '

.L ....:.. Lellals; system missiles.of The Intercontintel U.S. has always ballistics taken budget but by now inflation percent has In the eroded last "

part of that it'
a away, making
it would fire first ,
the stance never a
necessary that U.S. defenses be improved I DWIGHT SLATER'S
but would remain
strike, strong and beefed II
NOTICE terested Persons to conduct a public hearIng enough to nullify the military It will be up.
GEORGE W. ROllER You and each: of You at a regular meeting capability with an answserlng strike expensiveto
come with missile
hoi mod opplicotlon to ore hereby and herewith held at 7:30: P.M., 'In the Until recently the guidance systemof combat up USSR's a system to Food & Scat ,
the Bradford County Zoning given notice In accordance County Commission' Soviet missiles were not good missiles and destroy them In the air U.S301; S. ,
Board for with Florida meeting room Bradford enough for pinpoint accuracy, so the 7 A.M. 12 P.M. A Walnut St.
rvclosslficollon' of the Statutes that the Board County Courthouse, USSR developed huge missiles with on the way to an Intended strike on the _
properly described of County Commlslone'rs Starke, Florida on Tuesday multiple warheads to compensate U.S., Chiles said
below from R1C I to of Bradford August 2B. 1979. and The U.S. guidance system have pinpoint COKE
Revenue Sharing... I MOTOR OIL
Special Use: County Florida havedesignated make a recommendationto and the U.S. went for
3 miles North of Stork the Bradford the Board of County The philosophy of federal revenue $159 an PEPSI
off 2008 (Sp. dvIU! Rd.) County Zoning and Plan. Commissioner and the sharing dollars was addressed by 3 Ota 29 .
In Section 35 Township 9 ning Board to conduct a Board will consider on Chiles in answer to a question by t 18 OZ $ Tax
South Rang 22 East out public hearing at a Monday September 10 Charles Schaefer Plus Tax 4 D"p.Borden's .JI,
of port.l 1872 to build regular meeting held at 1979 at the same sold Chiles questioned the philosophy of
lowtcy Church of Chris 7:30: P.M.. In the County place at 10 00 A.M. on 0 :&1. the shared funds. Intention of the ALL BRANDS BEER
This change In Commission meetingroom Ordinance relating to: federal government was to pass on
classification Is subject Bradford County Th. rezonlng of the some responsibility of programs to # ".[ 00 Case
to a public hearing to Courthouse Starke. following described property local governments along with the MILK Gal. 189 't'll I
Florida on TuesdayAugust and theComprehensive Over Cost
held on Tuesday August amending At lent 150,000 Ipecl..pfflowering money. The money came down but
28, 1979 at 7:30 In 28. 1979 and land
: p.m. plants arc known. not the authority, the senator said::
the County Commission make a recommendationto Use Plan to provide that
Room In the Bradford the Board of County land currently toned OF
County Courthouse At Commissioners and the and designated by thi
this time all person Interested Board will consider' on plan as Industrial, bt
shall be heard Monday. September 10 rezoned to R-2 am e .
for or against the proposal 1979 at the same sold designated Multifamilythe C11 eo"esec FRESH VALLEY-Our own brand
at 1000 A.M. of ., 'dO\
as specified In the place an property WADI yrr- -n-i./>-" '>-l1t'f".s'j"' )''r. #W_'_ "Jl.h.
Zoning Cod. of Bradford Ordinance relating to: BEHR described o :
of Beef that is carefully selected
County The resonlng of the follows: two ((2)) acre-
Jerome Johns. Chairman following described properly just oustide the clt!
Bradford County Zoning and amending the limit at corner of Hw< from the best of ,heavy, western, :
Board Comprehensive Land 100 South at grad. t<
August I. 1979 Use Plan to provide that right. In Section 33 U.S.D.A. Choice Beef for flavor
Itpd B/9 lands currently zoned OR Township 6 South Rang. !
and designated by the 22 East out of 4432. and extra tenderness .
plan as Rural Residential You are further giver
be rezoned to BA, NOTICE that a copy o
NOTICE OF and designated Business' said proposed ORDINANCE
SHERIFF'S SALE Auto the property of Is available lot SO YOU
Notice Is hereby given WILL HARRIS describedas your inspection at the of ,
that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, follows: 20.000 Sq. Ft lice of the Director ot Pac Dated
as sheriff of Bradford located one.quarter mile Zoning and Planning Ev.! y pe .KNOW
County Florida under South of Slarke on the Bradford County Courthouse :
and by virtue of Writ of West side, of Hwy 100 In Starke, Florida. :
Execution to-wit: Section 4.. Township 7 Each and every person 1 f .
Execution Issued out South Range 22 East out having any Interest .... \
of County Court of Clay of parcel' 4673' for used whatever' In the enactment ,) -. .... .. .....
County Florida pursuant car sale and usea farm of this proposed f Buifffin'ProJuccf
to a Final Judgement for equipment and repair ORDINANCE should appear s
Keystone State Bank of You are further given and be heard at the ter aitew
Keystone Heights, NOTICE that a copy of time and place prescribe e Florida Seedless Limes 12 FIll 49c *
Florida and against sold proposed ORDINANCE e e 5
Stanley K Gordon is available for ed.BOARD OF BRADFORD Fresh Avocado 2 FIll x100 a
defendant, In the your inspection at the office COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
amount of SI .697.37together of the Director of 1 0 C / 1 1 wt mSweet 4 f 100 '
with costs of Zoning and Planning. BY: Gilbert S. Brown. Georgia PotatoesIMMIll lIS I
collection Bradford County Courthouse Clerk II qtmc
Have seized and havein Starke, Florida. August 2. 1979 U.S. NO. 1 Chef Potatoes a ;
9 ** e7 Y Hl/ ....... ,
my possession the Each and every Person Itchg 8/9 -e '- A t Hit
following described personal having; any* Interest fly'v y K Fresh S law orSaladr ". ndlRnlttst3ltt11lvii';j; :
property to-wit: whoi.verdnjhe.enoct! r ," ..s 43" '
1969 Sports Croft Boat m.nt efMnif proposed Fresh SnoWhiWunm Musflrdms'
Serial No. 3349M. R.g ORDINANCE should appear 1 9 e / 23 U
No FL 6978.AF 1977Johnson and be heard at the I I. Wilbur Waters, LB BAG LB s Fresh Green Peanuts 2 Luf 100 1
85 HP Motor, time and place prescribed Mayor-Commissioner of SAVE 10Alb.Fresh *.
Model No BJETLR77 the City of Starke, SAVE 204, 79
SAVE 304 SAYE BC A LB White Grapes 'z
Serial No. 04763658 BOARD OF BRADFORD Florida by virtue of the 2J
Gator Boat Trailer COUNTY COMMISSION. Authority vested to me PION PICK
As the property of the. ERSBY by law do hereby call a 1
above named defendantand : Gilbert, S. Brown First Primary Election to LARGE SIZE OWN' FRESH (
that on Tuesdoythe, Clerk be held at the City Hall nil FRESH FRESH iJj
ash day of September August 2, 1979 In the aforesaid City by scou"
1979 at one clock on Itpd 8/9 qualified voter' on Tuesday CALIFORNIACANTALOUPES GREEN YELLOW YELLOW
sold day on the premises September 11, 1979
of the Bradford County A.D.. for the purpose of 3
Jailyard. I will offer for electing the following officers CABBAGE CORN ONIONS
sale and sell to the highest :
bidder, for cash in CITY CLERK For Two $u 9
hand the above described NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Years P"t 3 Lb. Bag
property of laid FOR POLICE CHIEF For S9C SAVE: 15 204 8 7geSAVE
defendant to satisfy the REZONING AND Two Years tot:! SAVE 20 i
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff LAND USE PLAN GROUP 2. For Two Years
8 9 4tchg 8.30NOTICE amending the Comprehensive GROUP 4" For Two Years CHEEZ-IT KING SIZE KRAFT 'BRUNSWICK STEW, SPAOHiTTI
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Element and Map by CIIACKeIlS OR CHICKEN a
Bradford County ELECTION: Annie P. l"1'/3t PUNCH to BAR- B-QUE I ills
Florida, In accordancewith Holton. Ann Woods, tan see 2 soxeS 1002 $1 LAUNDRY _,t l"PffJrfD'" 3
OFAPPLICATION the local Government Haven Swink, Marie Reddish SAU C E
FOR Comprehensive Rose McConnell DETERGENT
REZONING AND Planning Act of 1975 as Ruby Howell Peggy ASSORTED VARIETIES
AMENDMENT OF THE provided for in Chapter Shaller Barbara Valm-
LAND USE PLAN 163 of the Florida ski, Verle R. Best Ray RAVE 306 I.Y820. .
An ORDINANCE Statutes Stone. VLASIC 840 $179: : 18oZBOX' 591fa
amending the Comprehensive TO All Citizens, Taxpayers In Testimony whereof
land Use Plan and BOTTLE
other In.l.r.'led here subscribe
I unto my _ _
and Map by PersonsYou name and cause the Seal 5
Bradford County, and each of You of the town to be FRESH KOSHER DILLS 1 /
Florida In accordance are hereby and herewith hereunto' affixed this the _
with the local Government given notice In accordance 7th day of August 1979 BPS Buysin6roGeriesBest &/sbGfucepkslewt

Comprehensive, with Florida A.D. fn SHOWBOAT 11.0 0. SAVE te'
Planning Act of 1975 aprovided > Statutes that the Boardof Wilbur Wal.r.Mayor.Comml..ion.r. tverjdr1Pri'C / Giant Roll Kleenex Towels 59t Pork Nt Beans 4/11
for in Chapter County Commissioners .
163 of the Florida of Bradford County ATTEST Merrill Edwards Swift Vienna Sausage 39t Cracker Jacks 101/99'/

Statutes Florida have designatedthe City Clerk .. .. ,..,,, .. j
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TOi All Citizens Taxpayers ta irs '''' .1. ..._ 11-
Bradford County Zoning 8 9 4tchg' 8/30 ( 1 Powderr 97t '
and other in and Planning Board 48oz 9 9 lIbb, Corn 3/1' Drink Mix 2ooz
-- ,,JAR ,elw. ... ........._. LOAVES r
Greer Apple Sauce 3/89t/ little Friskies Cat Food S1 1 19,

SAVE 364 unm.xns-' Imtesx SAVE ISd
I I Mixed Vegetables 31 1 Lysol Spray Disinfectant 9gt.



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i Pantry Pride ColaBTg"rl 69e rr'ra: ..r.. 25 .2 9O II1'FrtdI u.. "
7p"rQrs !' .. S.VIICHI La SAG lAVI 0' aOIl ,59' ,AUGUST BROTHERS SAVI toe

IM airy num.MIMII...smi COMET -
Herb Magic. Dressings 89t'.: RVORY .SOAP BREAD 59*. \
Hot Dog Salic 3/M/ PANTRY PRIDE

C e Polka" Dot. Rice S249 .564! 4 3.50& 68PULL-APART lays Tor' ,

18oz1 18 ..
: e. KraftUlistart 59t. SUPER ZEST DOWNY BREAD LOAYEsi ,yge

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Donald Miles New Manager At WPXE Radio t 1' 't wqk

era a.ld W. Miles has been an _IYam.. Ha meet recently served as, dent In Education! at the University of
General Manager of Radio Assistant Professor of Broadcasting Florida. His children, Juliette and
9 WPXE: and WPXE-FM In and News Director for VfKUF at the Richard both attend BuchhoU High
Sited Florida. Umv ratlj.> jot Florida. Hi .la the School Galn< 43, from Gainesville, has author 01:weal books on broad- \
been in broadcasting for more than 38 Jr The announcement was made by _ _
yean. He has been New Director a Masters Degree in Journalism WPXE president and vice-president,
and Operations Manager for a Communications with a Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders. _
number of radio stations, mostly in specialization (or"major") in Broadcast a 1,000-watt AM station at tIle
Connecticut, New York and Penn- Management from UP In J878. 1490 kHz, WPXE-FM la a 3,000-watt
Ills wife Minerva. Is a doctoral stu Stereo FM station at 108.3 milL

August Could You Be One Of Those Crazy Drivers?

Specials I TALLAHASSEE Some vehicle to drive Into the intersection: far
operators need to tab stock of their enough to proceed left when the light _. I ---.
own driving habits before they talk changes and oncoming traffic stops.. .. -
Plain Shampoos about "those crazy drivers" said the -Driving too slowly) In the left Inside f< M.,.. .. '

-.400 Florida Highway Patrol today. lane of a four-lane highway.Speeding ,". ..... ,. .,. ,. , '
SetWith Many drivers who think they are up as l light starts to turn '-nw h 1 S U kfynk., .n .w a,1..N4. .w 1 I !1 i '.
Jhlrmack COndS5500 perfect are often guilty of small traf yellow Yellow traffic lights mean : .
lie violations which cause other stop if you can.Driving BRAOIORU j I '
:Shampoo Cut vehicles to take evasive action. Someof 55 mph on open highwaybut : I" ,
them are.Leaving: falling to obey speed limits when
,,& Blow Dry ....,shoo the rear of their vehicleout going through a town where there .la
lane of traffic when turningleft
in the
Viteroln E Wave--!!Ll2fl across a narrow median. Stops -Following too closely. ::1
should be parallel in the median. Colonel ETdrige Beach said "All '
,Organic Placenta -Failing to signal their intention to drivers need to review their own driving 4-H campers ready to take off Monday afternoon for Cherry Lake. They will return Friday iflerao.a.l I t j jIn
habits to see if they are also lone
2Wave...,.., w....,.. *15 turn.When stopped at red light, failing of those crazy drivers'." f' # Vwy ,1

'Zotos Wave / 4 : ,

$20Rosha's Permit; Total $465,687 in July
With Cham.Heat. ._: County Building ,

;: Building permits Issued by the counted for $270,207 of the total; 17
Bradford County Zoning Board totaled mobile homes were $98,040; one
Beauty Shop $465.687 for July, according to the church $8,200; one commercial 1643 on Manhattan Island'
monthly report of zoning director $40,500; and 29 miscellaneous,$48.740. there were over 20 different/
." Corner 18 A Brownie W. L.M. Gaines. Fees for the month totaled$1.334,and nationalities/ and wets, speakIng !
964-7570 Ten single family dwellings ac 116 building Inspections were made. 18 different languages.


Our butchers expertly trim i 1,,

'away extra fat leaving only Look for this label for Beef

enough to make thats GUARANTEED! s,


always tender& juicy! o

BLEf I r 4-H Campers To Enjoy Outdoor '(.''Ij'IjFun

t Lake :, t
IT'S FRESH. at Cherry ';

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ranging In County, Outstanding Boy
IIU-wma MM.ilk. .....aujumrr MONT MMAYI0.USAA.Chc&eFi.eshLWhy&ef1" age Forty-seven from 8 to youngsters 13 took off Monday Cabin Leader,and Honor Cabin. (boysand i .
afternoon to Cherry Lake for a week girls). return"Fridayy' V
,, of singing around the campfire, marshmeuow The campers will !_h I,. :
MtaiiiMiit eMmnnunBoneless roasting and other outdoor around noon. .'>t
Round Steak u 5 23' recreational activities. I "
MIIMtlt IeN.....!..- There will be special awards givenat Cost for the week el activities waif
Freshly Ground Beef in i mi II(Ill| J ______ the end of the week to the Outstanding $23.50.which will cover meals and incidental ;
CeIs.IStewingBe ......... _____________ I Boy and Girl Camper of the expenses. 'T-?' i iMa
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IMMtlMHIUiLykes '' 0. / 1 ; 1 i iI
Smoked Picnics 78t I
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[lyVes Beef Grill Franks 2rda: $291 I'iifi1l .'..I "" '\ .'" I 1. 1
In .L ri;y.lw 41 u
IM Fryer m 1,lin4UMU Combination"NYNNN.M."-eMMll- L'984"' ., J 'CoJ i .riwA. "...N4, : .. ., I
IM mf liiim mawmrn nun WM 11 I u$ 1. ;
Western Pork Spare Ribsr7iTliport"outtJ L'sill $ Q $5I
8 ':
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Smoked Turkey Ham L'5 l SAYE Sod A La SAYE 50d A L aAVE.Od A I.ON I \ f H'
INf I J'AiJr
Fyne Spied Quarter Oleo 2/88/ ,

Sill IM WHimr m WS. I um r IS S Ir Nl 9Nr s' l '' .
Sliced American Singles I Sliced Cooked Salami ..N. S 1 1" IOakSliced Imported Hams n rlTrr 1Au..uNr.T.AAa-COf. IICIO DINNERS TUHKIT OIIAVy .,> .. ',"j, '>
-N/AN 68till' .. MN* mO4 VIAL PANUMUANA" NoON Ml PATTM OH I '" I', I
Pantry Pride Cream Cheese. Fyne Taste Meat Franks $1 01 Tray Pack Turkey Drumsticks u4otMWMI MOITACCKHJMOZSN
IM IM/III 48 .
uw W N M ma a HIT 2 I S
Creamed.. Cottage Cheese l Ball Park Franks sill Mild Daisy Cheese -M" says and Pka.GREAT :...
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Swy..Ass't. Lunch Meats IMWIMWULykes Smoked Sausage S228 IM mttmtfPantry Pride Sour Cream 684 GROUND ..\.\ ':

Mrs! Filbert', Qtr. Oleo '58dSuneyland Roll Sausage $128 Pantry Pride Bowl Oleo 58' BEEF PATTII MIX : IM IMMIMLykes ........... sAve sot A La q'S J : :
Sliced Meat Bologna SIn J27' 98 WITH HTOHATtO J IBSVSQtTAILS 98 I ID ""
Grill Meat Franks Hygrade Hot Dogs .rnOTIIN A OVER La .. i
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CHUCK MIr csirriii PORK CUT SUOKID LOTS. OF, Svrr ,M/tl I SKILLET BRAND ORAMGfiFILLETS z 1 a ", .. .' .! 4'j1..,; I i./,

as a !(E BREAKFAST *138LsJL I'1' d ". '";,j \141c ,
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MOUTHWASH aaaw 48 CPR Course To Be Given, Friday/ v, .i. I. I a\;. ;('

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save sod A L. SAVE 300 fc I
A three-hour Cardiopulmonary Those completing the course:'will: ,I'
'' Resuscitation! (CPR course will be receive certificates. :' 's.
PILLSBURY JIM DANDY' offered Kingsley Lake Property Although enrollment is limited to 25 '
Owners Association persons a few places are still open ;
CAKE MIXES CJ UHX' OR RATION Friday August contact .
and interested may [
17. at S p.m. in the KLPOA civic persons
l4ty !! //18.1o. cdt .' f h" e! center on Highway 16-C at the lake. Mrs. C.G. Hill at 533-2069 for enrollI I
t..1'. ; f BOX ,69Q f""'"ry,fill f1' as IBAd 579 menl.T .

32oz PANTRY PRIDE STEAK SUPREME HALF i89 County Cliff EMT Chapman staff will of be the the Bradford instruct .A" :w

BTL. DOG RATION STEAK I SAUCE GALLON tor. -V Hit mo ritt 55. i :'- :';

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PUFFS rIM Sf 1 11N 131 Ken Cruickshank. whose,, uniquebrand "
Rl 49 3"cI ,Frozen I
l fr+ / *..ANAIIMorton Banquet Suppers MECHANIC ON DUTY of humor Is 'a (thriceweekly'

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PKGS.. .I PHOTO BONUS,VOtf WMLi HCINI-BPf' Bufljl(rocCrk ; IM WMimnHPet Ritz Lemon Cream Pie 59* UPS -. TIRES described over by'the the past speaker century: ,Martina was,, i;\ .

>SPECIAL *ss 1C/'w"MIN rT rr- $ Mrsfsmmi: Apple Pie 99* Gulf| .:'BATTERIES}- with the days I(, ,
p.--- Tetley Tea Bags 1" handled presses,progressing: ;'
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Crest Toothpaste. FUEE5X7 '_rte =1"rT .l.ACC the age of the ,
,KM.....MOMtl.M Tetley Ice Tea Mix" ';. $.111- Party pizzaMorton ,.t tIII" ,. early IWO's. on to the latest. C 99 Nwl 1
Wondra.... Leticn '' t'. IM in Mr rn aim.taut m wxi BMI. Macaroni I Cheese 3'1'' 1 1IM .!o; LJVBAl.l. :TACIILE.F typesetting equipment. :":', W c, I
'; Fyne Taste Corn 3/89/ Crulckshank resides In Starke..n .
Right' nerd DeodorantAlkaSelTzer SI" '. _.__ w w>mm MUM.Maun a mm HIND order to be the University : :
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Florida where training
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foil IM rr NRIN 49- LlCENSI!. :;JlER. lct. become a veterinarian.This might be\1I\ 'j J p
Pantry"Priie ."' 351'rrwrrrrrwr 1' Whipped ; he, .said.,since .he. ,.was '
TW.-OOO MM r TWIN AIM. ..Ml* krautL ; : : PICNIb riF OCEAiES appropriate *' I
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I Blanding Happenings?; I- I r v J.... 'f ., ,

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Guardsman Given '',c \
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Recognition By

President Carter ',

Sergeant Benjamin C. Spears, full-
time technician at the Mobilizationand

Training Equipment Site -_. ....
(MATES) Camp Blanding, wasrecognized -
President Carter for
developing a test stand used to check .f 4 /; .
out tank engines. i 'kt L I
of .
Acting Assistant Secretary Army
for and Reserves.WilliamD. f
Clark presented Spears with a letter .J J / t ]
from the President at an awards t

ceremony Thursday, August 2, 1979. WI \ \
The Mobilization and Training \
Equipment section of which Spears is
a member has the job of providing ,
maintenance for the M42A1 tank ,
system.This requires the engine to be E
removed from each tank on a yearly .
basis for testing.The system that was "
used to test .engines ,required two "
people to do the job plus the bulky
lank had to be in the maintenancebarn

thus creating a space problem .

The test stand was constructed Ioor &t I.'
from salvaged parts over a nine-year Sgt. Spears stands beside test equipment he designed and built. n
period. The first year the system was

in operation resulted in a $9,747.57 in the maintenance area and the use man can make all the necessary n
in .I
savings manpower
of extra manpower. Spears and checks. ,
Spears received$740 from the State MATES shop personnel designed a
of Florida for his hard work in test stand that could check out the Spears resides in Starke with his
developing the test equipment. engine and auxiliary generators using wife Sharon, and their three year old
only one person to do the job. The son. As a hobby, Spears builds and
Captain Wayne U. Jordan Spears' engine can be removed from the tank races dragsters. The Spears family Col. Robert Howell Commander 53rd Signal Group I III explaining Orbiting Signal III I III designed to text the capability of
boss at the MATES shop,stated that it and hooked to the stand where one makes the hobby a family affair as the mission of Orbiting Signal III to Juegan Staks. various units under simulated combat condition, and
was very gratifying to see the nine "The test stand really has saved us a they travel to different tracks in the Deputy Consul of the German Consulate In Atlanta operates much like a telephone system with Military
years of hard work pay off for Spears. lot of time and money," said Jordan. south on weekends. Georgia. technical features' added.
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tow w l aouj or i> >t.xP.ol.V i

PFKCESI FREE aAa..L..ra.r.uosAIt au..I.T rlbn.anI .. CAMP BLANDING FL _. Attending the briefing were the Ad- .

"Frankfurt 43: km" a sign on a jutant General Kennedy C. Bullard,
0 1 A p L A A / 600 EF telephone pole near the main gate at Brigadier General Frank M Parham,
Camp Blanding this week instructed.In Jr.,Commanding Officer of the Alternate .
addition to this traffic sign, and Command Headquarters, and
others like it, a sign over the front entrance other officers of the Alternate Com
-I-- of the Officer's Club read, mand and 53rd Signal Group.
"Wilkommen In Duetschland".
S S The German atmosphere was for The visit also served as a reminderto
of Staks Con. members of the Florida National
i the visit Juegan Deputy

_ _ _ _________________________________ sul of the German Consulate in Atlanta Guard that they may receive orders
Ga. for training duty in Germany in the

_ _ Staks, a major in the Reserve near future. In recent years. Guard ,
f? MEN'S JEANS OR forces of West Germany, gave the and Army Reserve forces have been
performing two weeks summer train-
Florida National Guard officers a
WOVEN SLACKS briefing on the military readiness of ing in Germany, to further increase '.

t 4 J BY FAMOUS MAKERS West Germany. operational readiness

$12 TO $20 VALUES!

lw ( .
t BHS Instructor Receives Scholarship ,.
Delta Ha % 5.94 I

,QV i oun DISCOUNT .tt:!" ft4 From Florida NG Officer's Association. .
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EL Big/ group of |eene In donmT..'"! ," A teacher at Bradford County High (I
w bruhd. pce-wMhed end broken School In Starke''is one of three
tiered ,
cotton twW. iryted with lope
f lot of pocket and morel. Slight lrreg ,\ members of the Florida National
1 ..,HIM 24-aa Guard to receive an academic

IIII Lightweight woven d........,* scholarship from the Florida National
carefree poiywter end cotton \ Guard Officer's Association.
ri Mend m lolld! end pattern'
75 LB8. HTHCHLORINE DELTA SMOKER GRILL/ ,d Meture men.cut elne 3O-42 1 35-year-old Private First Class
I I Verdell D. Hall is a switchboard and
PAPER TOWELS ICE CHEST I Not .tlZMlrtelt' lore*.
teletype operator with Company "C"of

OUR MICE DISCOUNT WAS.... ..JS9.O9 OUR PRICE DISCOUNT WAS. .. YTS OUR PRICK DISCOUNT WAS, .... siC Be I, 1II \ ,{ h the 146th Signal Battalion in
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Jacksonville.! PFC Hall is consideredan

64.88 2 10.88 exceptional member of the National
R Guard. Since she joined in
September 1978, she has received a
% granular, lormule keepe Jumbo roll of 129 one-ply If folding grill ,le 24" High'
pool nter eteen end.perkHng.eHecll ........ Soft end ebtorbentl w/8" wtiMle or glent' nerdude, certificate of appreciation for her efforts
el kWe.. may becteri. White.. end eeeorted color. cheat Iratd/ .40 anSS in recruiting six new members. -

Verdell Hall plans to use her $500 .'...(' Verdoll Hall rrreitlug
III iSIOtltg +S 't BOYS'SHIRTS scholarship to pursue Masters! KCh lan>hip award from Captain|
oim'S Degree in Administrative Supervision John Porter ('oninunilrr.
s P DMSI/SPOMT DISCOUNT 7C at Florida A&M University. She "(.". IIKth Signal( It.ittalion.
MUCI already has a Bachelors Degree in inartl.
IMRTS FOR SOYS Fevorlte eoNd In cotton Special Education from the Umversity t
\ I I porymter. eome with pocket*! of Florida and a Masters Degree in
2N96 full cut, lze 610.
kreg Boy1 *
IIn Educable !Mentally Handicappedfrom This is the first year the Florida National -n
SUNGLASSES r WERE MM Boys DENIM JEANS Valdosta State College. Guard Officers Association has
KAQLE UOHTKR, GARBAGE CAN, 'INCLUDING MiM"SURF RIDER, Short .4.v.! In PFC Hall is a resident of Starke. offered the three state-wide scholar- ,
DtSrOSASLC II GAL.,SNAP UO SUN SENSOR WITH SAFETY liON 1 Mjy-cve patyvlw' 2. 4.94. where she lives with her 13 year old ships. It is hoped the program will be:;,
6ge 3.96 4.86 97eWAS canon bttnd Art./' daughter and a 14 year old deafnephew continued and it will be possible to increase i
t.oka'.* pint.W. Fevartte Weetern *tyto that she has custody of the number of scholarship. ,"

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Sponsors Needed To Help Provide ''l.{1'

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Sponsors are needed to help the of eight weekK. If enough sponsors Url'
OUFDNTUOUIO GULP ATF FLUID METAL OAS CAN INFLATABLE SWIM/ + Homebound Intervention Program found the lessons! will begin August
OR FASTI MAUI FOR FORDS,10T. JOAL.WSPOUT3Q7 RiNO,WATER WINGS HIP( ) of Bradford and Union Counties 13. t..

3.95 73c 97c 4iWEREAM' provide swimming lessons to ten The cost of the lessons will be$12,50'f>
of its handicapped prell' oolers. a week per child and individuals and''

_WASJSS _DISCOUNT PRICE _DISCOUNT PRICE J businesses are being asked to sponsor")
The summer swimming\ program is a child for one lor more weeks. All'*""'
LADIES'TOPS CLEARANCE PRICED! a unique plan, as one has never been donations are tax deductable I
ASS?.STYLES SIZES SXl attempted since IIIP's beginning in The Homebound Program serves': '
3.96 2.94 December of 1977, imming lessons children from birth to'four years of '
k'O" 5.0fflO will provide the children with exposure age that are physically mentally and: '
I n"N to a new experience and helpto emotionally handicapped. Develop- I
improve their muscle tone and ment and stimulation are aided by '
= YOU/ CHOtCEl coordination !Many of the children speech physical and occupational l
I wuta ur p rro- I OZ.ADORN WONDRA SKIN will discover new freedom of move- therapies oi>a weekly basis- '<
TO IAe +PMp. C MSMOL HAJfl SPRAY CONDITIONING I' ment in the water as their bodies will If you or your business uould like to .
I SAN ROLL ON ANTVPMSMUKTt 4 OZ. R.a/X-HeM LOTION 10 02. I II not be hindered by gravity sponsor one or more children please '

I OZ.. Soented.or Uneoented oroz.COLOAT 59* 1.19 99 V Dotty Morford of Infant Swimming contact Arlette Love at 964-7699 or at I'. )
Research will provide individual In- P.O. Box 509. Starke. 32091. for fur-.> )
; *TOOT PAST[ 7 OZ.ILImN a\ WAs.N WAS 1.00 WAS 1./r I, : .
I I struction for the children two hours. her( Information' on the swimming
LAMS'srrrtR LADffrsrnu daily Monday thru Friday for a period lessons. > Jf

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AugustsIs7TELEGRAPH PsrgeHA, '1:1., :$

-.- "" Pine Level .Chair on Radio "4 v
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Iiu' .. "pf[''.1"1'\ :' The adult choir of Pine Level Bap- mond Moody, Joey Stalnaker, buy ; :-
; '/ list Church being heard each afternoon SUlnaker!: Julia Alvarez, Joyce Get To Know'This
this week at 4:30 p.m. on WCRJ Boiler, ;Sharon Middleton Joyce
'.S.,\, 1580 on the AM dial as "Choir of the Bteody.Becky Scott, Gwen Gonzalez,
%: Week." Forty-seven members of the Gnrstal Thornton Jean Gonzalez,
choir were present for the recording Mbbte Henderson, Edith Kennan,
session at the studio of WCRJ on Paula Kennan Elaine Kennan Pat Man
Tuesday evening, July 31. Blankenshlp, Lenorah Craig Joan : r A
The five selections being Davis Barbara Davis Fran Gross, .
presented by the choir are"The Crocs Lucile Johns, Isabelle Lee, Charlent .,,. "
," "Beulah Mains, n wi
Medley Land "Heaven Shirley Moore, Lucille Ricks. i
Medley" "Lead Me to Calvary," and Pam SUlnaker, Donna Youngblood
,'1" v "Bring All Your Needs to the Altar." Hazel Dudding Cheryl Miller,Dianne
A different selection Is being played Moody, Leoma Whitehead, Sandy \lotE
each afternoon on WCRJ Harper, Bonnie Padgett Valerie
This Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. all Jones Paula Kennan. Wilma Elaine }
five songs will be played during the Kennan and Martha Myrick.
course of a half hour program which The adult choir,which consists of 56 fOR j''iMW
also Includes an Interview with the members, presents special music in !
Pastor.. Roman Alvarez and the the morning and evening services at
Director, Don Hallgren. At this Pine Level Baptist Church each Sun- +
time an opportunity will be given for day. The public is invited to come and
listeners to phone the radio station to enjoy their ministry in music.StaEdward ; 1
vote for their favorite song.
Those participating In the recording
session were Don Hailgren, SU"Olt
director; Brenda Hallgren, pianist;
Charlotte Durrance, organist; Owen NewsBridal
Alvarez,Leonard Moore Bruce Scott, : ?M +
Marty Dudding, Frank Durrance, I
Mike Starling Tony Kennan, Ray- Shower
Miss Danette Rodrique, brideelectof
Ricky Brown, was honored at a
miscellaneous bridal shower given by
a ; CHURCH OF GOD PRESENTS the ladles of St. Edward' Church in Julius D.Eunice
THE SINGING TEENS the parish hall on Sunday afternoon, .
August 5.Among. ,
The Starke Church of God presentsThe the honored guests attending \
Singing Teens a 40-member the shower were the future
youth choir from Orlando, under the bride's mother, Mrs. Alcee Rodriqueof
1 y I direction of Rev. Steve Sturgill, Friday Starke,the mother of the groomtobe i:
S August 10. at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. E.L. Brown, and his grandmother -
The Starke Church: of God is locatedat Mrs T.F. Brown both of
422 N. St.Clair SL,and host pastor Hampton.The : .
Rev Mel Drake, extends a special Invitation honoree was presented with a ,.!
to the youth of the community white daisy corsage. ,

'_H' _" __ _____.H_. to be special guests In this gospel"singsplration'ryouth Guests gave copies of their favorite ;, ,
rally. recipes to the honoree who was
The public Is invited to this district presented with a decorated recipe 0 a i I
youth rally representing seven chur- card file for her use. ,
He ches. Miss Suzette Rodrique.sister of the ,
Wanted j'J
Only T.o Watch The Game :
First Assembly of God honoree kept the gift record book.
Corner U*Weldon Rd. Miss ,Joyce Meng and Mrs. Randy a1''I
Pal Mundorff and Bret Smith how a S'10" rattlesnake killed at the new Ed- Scoggins assisted in presenting gifts. J
ward's Road ballpark Sunday. Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning The refreshment table was covered Starke, Florida '' ;
Kids were throwing rocks at the rattler when It was spotted during the Men' Worship 11 a.m. Sunday night 5:30 with a white cloth with white lace .I ,
Open State tournament. p.m. Wednesday night 7 p.m. overlay. The table was centered witha },
Pastor Dave Rowley cake In the form of a double ring. It "
Hear the Word of God and be Filled was covered with white icing, J JI
with JOY. decorated with colorful candy
flowerets and inscribed with the I Was Born And ;
names of Danette and Ricky. t'
+ Community newsBy UNITED PENTACOSTAL One end of the table held a wicker '
Raised '
CHURCH OF STARKE basket filled with' a mixture of 1, .
variegated summer silk flowers. The !J
Elizabeth G.Walker beginning with Sunday School at 10 204 N. Water St., Pastor,O.L. Wells crystal punch bowl was at the other P"1
Phone 9644683 .a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Dinner Friday-Youth Service, 7:30: p.m. end of the table which also held the Bradford County ;\
will be observed immediately after Sunday-Sunday School 10 a.m. crystal and silver mint compotes.The .
NAACP Meeting: morning service. Presiding Elder, Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. cake was made and served by
Bradford County Branch NAACP Rev. F.R. Satchel will hold the last Wednesday-Bible Study 7:30: p.m.A Mrs. Paul Meng. Mrs. Scoggins !
will meet Monday, August 20, at 7:30: quarterly conference Sunday afternoon full Gospel Church.A presided at the punch bowl. Joyce
p.m. in the annex of Greater Allen All members are asked to Car Wash Bake Sale and Yard Meng also assisted in serving guests. I Was Educated In The Bradford t, '
Chapel AME Church. cooperate with the activities for success Sale will be sponsored by the youth of Hostesses for the occasion were
,All! Interested citizens and Each member is asked to bringa the church this Saturday from 8 a.m.. Mrs. Paul Meng and Mrs. Francis School
members are Invited to attend. friend relative Co. System. .
or to church Sunday. to 3 p.m. Meng..
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The membership drive Is on. New
... 1
members are welcomed to the .
organization and present members
are ships.asked The to help renew of expired all members I Have Over 440 Hrs. Of Classroom j .

needed for success. .

American will Install Legion officers Post Friday 314 and at Auxiliary a7.4- ;. rf41H'rimithtittl4w"t'ithalvt' A R : e.. .--..r'I:. -"'Law"'-Enforcerne'nf Trains ': "' ;; ;

p.m. luncheon and 8 p.m. installation.All N 0 T. C E :

Legionaires are invited to be pre .. And Uniform !i '
Seven Years In
sent. I' ."II I',,I), .
'4! l&tIrvI! fI'
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Church New Bethel Activities Baptist: Church: '. ", '" "' ,. t Serving The People Of Starke ,, ;

Choirs one and two will rehearse : :
Saturday at 6p.m. Sunday SchoollO .. OF "!
And Bradford As An
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Com- County 't.
munion Service 5:30 p.m.
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church:
Tonight, Thursday, Prayer Officer. !
Meeting, 7 p.m. Sunday. School 10 fI 1
a.m. Rev. Henderson Hudson and 1 1I ,
congregation will conduct services at : : _
3 p.m.
Mr. Morlah United Methodist

Church The United: Methodist Women meet I Live In StarkeIWorkinStarke
each Monday 4 p.m. Choir No. I
rehearses each Wednesday at 7:30.: !

Sunday School only. Bradford Commission Proposes
The Church of God of Prophecy: County 1 :HAnd
1114 Oak Street. Sunday School 10 ,
a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. :
To Increase 'Your Property Taxes
Evening Worship 6:30: p.m. You are ;
welcome. ". :

Ebeiener Prayer Baptist Meeting Church will be: held each By 2.9 Percent. +' Wiof .. : :J' Ii IiI

Thursday for 90 days at 7 p.m. 'i i i : !
Preaching service is held each first 1> I Vote In Starke : :
and third Sunday. Sunday School 9:30a.m. : ':.:;\) t : j.V" j.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening :

Church Pleasant Worship: Grote 6 p.m.United Methodist A Public Hearing The Increase Will _..- r 'y'f, f i ,t',

Weekly services began with the .:"
Young Adult Choir rehearsal Monday Be Held On Wednesday August. 15 1979
at 7:30 Service each ,
: p.m. Prayer Put A Starke Man Ir
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Thursday j
only.(tonight. ) Bible Study. Sunday School At 8:00: p.m. At' The County Commis

First Born Church of The Lit Ing God!

Bible School Study 10:30::Friday a.m.6:30 Morning: p.m.Wor Sunday sioners' Room Of The Bradford County As Your H:, :

ship 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Evening
Worship 7 p.m. Courthouse Starke Florida:
Free Canaan True Church of God In ,
Unity: *' { Chief Of Police ,
Prayer Band and Tarrying Services *Vf. j'
are conducted each Wednesday at '' '
7:30: p.m. Friday Prayer Service. .
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. This Will MeaAn .. 1:
Change ,
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Only Approximate .

Church "' '' I Feel) I I Can Do A Job You'll :! .
Church activities began Monday ; Cents .
.. .
with the Tiny ToW rehearsal at 6:30: Increase 'Of 22, Per <. ." .' I I' ;';.. )3'
p.m.Senior Choir rehearsal 7:30 p.m. : ;:
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Be Proud Of : ':
All Circles meet at 7:30 each Wednesday 1000.; Of Taxable Valuation Wo: Bradford ,. ,. j,.: "r '
McKa ', Circle meets at the : '" ;, ." ., \ I

Elizabeth Mrs. Maude Walker McCutchen's home Blye's home Circleat County' Property' Owners.: ;; f\: ks ;'i c: ,,1'" ).

Lee's Circle home.meets Story at Mrs.Hour.ElizabethCovington's Thursday "" .. 'I 'I" .\ y I'. .f! I; '. .. -' 4 1" an ,'If A .i" I' I ;,

7:30 p.m., at the church. The ,,, ."i" !. .. 'I I :
Deaconess Board will sell dinners 'f'.I; ," .., i 1 ,'
from the church kitchen at 5 p.m.Fri .. .. ,.' '"I"l'I \ .-' '.\\i'Ni: I'I. .= I" :
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day. Junior Choir rehearses f p.m I.. ,' "!.\ ... t ; % -rGilberts. n
The Junior' Usher' Board practices .oM' ;. ) Friday at 6:30: p.M. Saturday dinners .. ..Ai.' :'\ ...' ,' $ ::,,.-..' I I.,
will be sold from the church kitchen. \ ,' : Brown i : '!i i't'
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning' I : :."': > : ,: ,/:; : V.
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Worship 11 a m. Dinner 12:30'p.m.. .,..... ''W.f' -- "': ,il.1I'.!I, ) .' ." '' .... '.' VtJ*| vp- 1l'> *1m'", fiI"I I '! jI
Evening service 6 with the Home ; 1" '! 'I
p.m. : :
e.' :' CIer&ToTheBoard S,
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Mission! In charge. :'" ; : ; .. ,t. ,' .

Ml. Zion AME Churchf .. "''''. .r-..,:' ...' ", .J.. t t, .r ,f '.... .. rt1. ." *TP "*. )h., (Pd.polAd+i4PsM Fpr B larotd EunlGee T r J' ;
Sunday School 10 a.m.Lovefeast I tam "
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Ella belli Terry ; ipeAln4! weeks at I' Wilson were hoe"gueaw of lea: and M.r.Ji'.iIk' )r..
782-3300 the ,'tjomP l Mn.lVtm. aDd Mr. aMn. e..
Phone "' ,
WiJ tm. .; ,V' Billy Anders flpd.IJM. and Mrs O.J. First Baptist Church on and Mrs, RoW Mwards: of E ter ?
Mr. and Mrs.;: Tommy Talley and Anders. while Rev. David J ff a. ... ','mother.Mrs. .. their ...motetMr
personal! of Jacksonville, spent a few Mr. and of 'at away hi Revival at Amaz-
family, B.L. WUktoqo,8atMrs. and Mh' Donald Wilkison ST., on
Mr. and Mrs. George T. Sharp and days with their mother, Mrs. .Jphn Worthington MNPrinale I I Baptist Church at Mid. Lyn Rogers,and sons. Charles Sunday.Mr. .

their daughter, Mtas Margaret Ann Tye SI". afternoon j Lee visited her and Jeff, of Jacksonville visttSf Mrs aNt' Mrs. Seeb Andrews, of
Sharp, of Hollywood, Fla. the Mrs. Danny Luke,Mrs. Daisy Boch, Pierce Crews ( sister
spent Jackie Lines over the weekend at the Wildwood. were Saturday overnight
weekend with their son and daughter. and her mother, Mrs.' Nellie Wilkinson Mrs. Marie Couey, and sons, Ray Whetsel. of Keystone home of her parent. Cot!, .wi Mrs in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp and spent Tuesday with her rorwn-- and Kevin of Rome: Ga, and her: MI'.Robert. Wm. Wilson Moore. They attended services at
son Michael, of Starke. law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. brothers Jim Frankie and Johnny ( guests of Mrs. Wilma Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson of First Baptist Church with, .their
Mrs. Elsie Mae Norman, and Virgil Griffis and family, and her Wood, of Lawtey spent the weekend Waftiwright! recently were Mr. and Gainesville were Saturday ovenute mother and all of them Were Sunday
grandsons, Jim Kenneth, and Kevin daughter, Mrs. Mains Grlffls and with her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Starling and children guests of their mother, Mrs Daisy dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Tom
Janda Kevin of and
Norman were Sunday night dinner children, of Palatka.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crews and family. Mulberry her birthday. Mr.
And) Thompson, and their brotherinlawand Casey, celebrating
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.
of Mr and Mrs. John and Mrs. James Gallagher and Mrs. Harold Eunice spent Wednes Starling,
guests Sharp sister Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan and Mrs. J.W. Thomas, of Live Oak,
and son, Michael, of Starke. Their family, of Miami and their soninlawand day and Thursday with,hot/son and Jesse Starling of Bartow. and family. Mrs. Gayle Todor and sons Brad and
parents, Mr and Mrs. George Sharp daughter Mr. and Mrs Randy daughter-in-law. Mr. and MrjjEmory Ga.Mr.visited Bill his Wainwright mother Mrs.of Atlanta L., Miss Irene Wainwright, of Starke Scott, of Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs
and sister, Miss Margaret Sharp of Roberts and daughter Heather spent Eunice and family of Gainesville. Truby spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Danny Thompson and Kevin and
Hollywood. Fla., and Mr. E.M. Nor. Monday afternoon enjoying bathing Mrs. Malnes Griffin and' children, of, Wainwright and and his brotherinlawand Lori Shinn and she attended services Brian, of Jacksonville, Mr. Chuck
ton, of Kingsley Lake, and daughter at Kingsley Lake. The Gallaghers Palatka, were Sunday 'dinner'guests sister Mr. Mrs Jack D. with Miss Shlnn on Sunday night at Moore and son Bob of Lake City and
Brassell Sr. and
Sarah, were also their dinner guestson returned to their home on Wednes- of her mother Mrs. 'Nellie Wilkinson; on Saturday night First Baptist Church. Mr and Mrs. Mickey Moore joined
Sunday night sister Mrs. Daisy Boch. end niece Sunday. Mrs. Debbie Arwood, of Jacksonville them for dinner.
day.Billy Mr Emmett Lowery of Fort
Miss Lynn ,
J.B. of Roberts and children, of Whaley. Sunday dinner of Jimmy Moore, of Jacksonville was
Mr and Mrs. Boyer Tampa Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and'children Worth, Texas, spent the week with his was a guest
Friday overnight : ,
Jacksonville was a
the weekend with their sister her grandmother Mrs. B.L. Wilkison a supper guest ofhlsmother Mrs.
spent mother Mrs. Earner and his .
of Maxvllle Lowery,
visited her
Mrs. Fred Moore. They all visited guest of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill parents, Mr. Sr. Fred Moore Thursday night.
brother-in-law and sister Mr and
Anders and Mrs. O.J. Anders. and Mrs Harold Eunice on Saturday. ,
their sister, Miss Rachel Boyer, of Mrs. Daisy Boch and her niece Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Doss JUgglnb tham Mrs. Leon Wilkerson, also his sisters
Jacksonville on Sunday and attended Danny Luke, of Starke, spent from of Maxville, spent Wednesda ..untllSunday Mrs. Eunice Montgomery, of Hahlra, '
with her at First Baptist
services Wednesday until Sunday with her at their trailer here. Ga.; Mrs. EvleMontgomery, of Adel Hampton Hi-Lites I Iby
Church Sunday morning. In the even parents. Mr and Mrs. Tom Whaley Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe Ga.; and Mrs. Dot Reid, of Brooker.Mr. .
Lake Shore
ing, they attended Baptist and family, of Tampa. Stock Car Races at the Lake City' Dan Wainwright, and son Danny ;
Church where their nephew Gregory Mrs. Wordie Melton and her son Speedway on Saturday night..: Jr., and daughter Jill, of Jacksonville Dolores Meng It was one of the cooler overcast days
Boyer Champayne was ordained as a William Harris and her grandson Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey is spending visited his mother, Mrs. Truby Phone 40B-I9IJ and they stayed on for the evening
minister of the gospel. He is attending sometime with L. Wainwright on Sunday afternoon. electric parade.Mr. .
Butch Stokes, of Ocoee: spent the daughter Mrs.
Baptist Seminary at Louisville, Ky weekend with her son-in-law and Wyolene Day and grandson Keith, of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr., Election Results and Mrs. Steve Contois and
and has a pastorate in Indiana. He is a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jacksonville. spent Sunday afternoon with their The city election held on July 31 daughters. Alicia, Tracey and
grandson of Doyle Boyer and Jessie Teston. Randall Reddish, of Starke. and his mother Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr determined by a vote count of 57 to 8 Chrissy of Fall| River. Massachusetts
Futch former residents of Lawtey. Mr and Mrs. Albert Samorisky, of friend Darrell Thornton were Sunday that the present charter of electing city are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Wendie Smyth and daughter Jacksonville, and their mother, Mrs. dinner guests of Randall's grandparents Col. and Mrs Wm. Wilson attendedthe officials will stand as is rather than Joseph Contois and family and other
and her friend Billy
Elizabeth Jacksonville, Mrs. Juanita Mincy and their sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan. wedding of Miss Shirley Price and be appointed. relatives and friends in the area.
Hamilton of Dick from Hudgens of Perry, were Rev. James Starling, pastor of Mr Mark Buchanan, at Cocoa on Another city election is set for They visited Marineland and
Marion Woods and and her McAllister son of Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Baptist Church, was theat..ems.s Saturday night. Col and Mrs. Wm. September 11. At that time three Disney World. On Monday they were
Lakeland, Kay council positions will be voted upon. accompanied on their trip to Silver
..- Those who have qualified for this race Springs by Mr. and Mrs. David Meng
are present council members Wilton and daughters, Tina and Carrie.
THE RECDRD. Hart, Chuck Rowland and Lola Steve also enjoyed several fishing
CHECK Williamson Jane Hall has been addedto trips during his visit here. He Is now,
BROOKER the list of candidates. Rick Wade, employed at the Submarine Ba*> In
the present marshal, is unopposed for Groton Connecticut

,, THEN YOU'LL RE-ELECT IN BRIEFBy this position. The position of mayor
'l ; remains open since Ted Curtis is only
: Jeannette'prescott acting in this position since the Bridal Shower

IiF 1"r! .JIMMY ." resignation of William Summers Mrs E.L. Brown and daughter.
Phone 485-171J Robyn and her mother-in-law, Mrs
Happy Birthday T.F. Brown, attended a bridal shower
BROOKER BAPTIST ('IIUln'lIIRev. ( Howard Underwood celebrated his Sunday given for her future daughter-
( A.B. Moon, formerly of Ft. 13th birthday August 2. in-law. Danette Rodrigue at St. Ed.
BDWENChief White, was called to pastor Brooker Mrs Claire Brunetti was pleasantly ward's Parish Hall In Starke.'Thewedding
F' ttl r Baptist Church by the church's Pulpit surprised when her son. Michael, of Danette and lUcky Is set
Committee, backed by the majority of presented her with a birthday cake he for August 18.
the members of the church. Rev. had baked for her August 2nd birthday -
Of Police Moon, his wife, Jeanette, and their In addition to this, he also editing
two sons A.B., age 12, and Thomas, prepared dinner for the family in Mr. and Mrs Joe Riddick. their
EXPERIENCED AND DEDICATED age 9, will move into the church's par- celebration of the occasion. daughter" Mrs. John Cooper, and
sonage this week. Mrs. Brunetti and Michael attendeda sons D.J, and Danny, left Thursday'
His first service as pastor will be Charismatic Conference at St. Leo's to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs
held Sunday, August 12. The church Abbey Saturday. Then they went on to Brian Boye on Friday at the Northwest .
D 6 YEARS YOUR CHIEF OF POLICED will have dinner on the ground after St. Petersburg to enjoy the weekend Baptist Church in Miami.

services to welcome the new pastor with her parents, Mr and Mrs They stayed at the home of their
and his family. We wish them all a Harold Wragg. friends Mr. and Mrs Frank Kirvin.'
8 YEARS POLICEMAN long and good Christian fellowship visited other friends, and .returned,
together. Mo Ml home Sunday< evening.
Everyone Is''cordially invited to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fuquay and
:J 2 YEARS CITY COUNCILMAN participate in welcoming them to our son C.K.. moved recently Into their Gerald Brown Jr., returned J home

.. ... . .. ,, ., .. community, new home adjoining the home of her Friday following four days
.. .,_... .. .. .. .,,, "., -' '' ""' '' ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill
d. Stone
f parents ,
j-';:; *'1.:VW:. 'V---1-":-:;>,'m,r". ." .,.,,..-", .t".d :;Ji: ;X.",?.?..,,,..-, S-'i; i;X---1---; .; ; '' ; ;?"; ., ''',' ....,.. r on hospitalization at Alachua. .General
: ... 1' iAt. ,1 : 'Jt.- FOWLER-PRESCOTT REUNIONThe : Hospital. ,
; '
: "A.ii...,._.,, .... ... I annual Fowler-Prescott Reu- SR.221.'I Mrs. Viola Gray of Jacksonville
"... .r> . ..-[. ..". .,.'.;, "-.Jm.. "" _- ... .... ,' '' ''''.''..''.,'''''' __"n' "',, .. .. ., .'" ,' .' i, nion will be held at the Community itor" spent two days this week with ,her
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Prevatt of sister..Mrs. Gerald Brown and family
Center in Brooker Sunday, August 12.
Your Cooperation In Helping Your Chief Get The Job Done Is Greatly Appreciated. We invite all friends and family Bradenton visited his grandparents: '

Together/ We Can Keep law And Order. members to gather at 1 p.m. and enjoy Mr. and Mrs Gerald Adkins over the
weekend. Walter
being together'again. who works in the, ..
L Don't Rock The Boat Keep Rowing With BowenPd Please bring a covered dish dinnerSURPRISE Agriculture Economics field was Mr and Mrs. Francis Meng entertained
enroute home following a business family members and.friends
For By J J, Wolbert Campaign fe..ue rDIXIE If BIRTHDAY PARTIES; : trip to Chicago and Spokane, as wellas with a thicken bar-b-que supperSaturday
a speaking engagement in Bartow
evening Their son:Gerald
Members of Mrs. Mamie Tucker's
c family honored her with a They also visited her parents. Mr. and left today, Thursday, for Sacramonlo.

Birthday Party at the home surprise or her Mrs. .Ernest and Mrs.Edwards Edward in Fontaine Brooker.Mr. .and California, where he hopes ,to br
brother Mr. & Mrs. Clark, in employed.
children Janet and Michael, left last
Gerald Meng visited his friends
Starke Saturday, August 4. Afterward
Thursday for their home in Oxford
Jimmy Gissy who is visiting his
Mr. Tucker treated his wife to
dinner out.Sunday Connecticut. They spent the past two family in Starke He left Sunday to fh
FAMILY to honor her brother Fred weeks with his mother. Mrs back to his home /in Sacramento. '
Clark his Josephine Fontaine Their daughter. Gerald Meng. Tom Edwards, a
on birthday Thursday,
JoAnn, stayed on to be with her
August 9, their families all had dinnerat senior at the University of North
grandmother Alabama in Florence Kevin and
the Tucker's in Brooker with a
huge birthday cake.It Mrs Jerry Wadsworth and Tommy Meng and Gerald Brown eil-
children Kobbm, Jody and Justin,
joyed Sunday at Crescent Beach.
was a very joyous occasion for and Mrs. Marjorie Douglas of Waldo,
FUN SPECIAL Tommy was celebrating his 20th bitthday -
everyone. enjoyed a recent trip to Disney World. that day.

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R. y 7th in 16-18

The Starke Stan 18-18 year olds !
Continued to help put Starke on the na-
tlonal softball map with a seventh
place finish at the 27-team National
ASA Senior Boys Tournament in St.
Louis last weekend.

The showing was three spots better
than the Stars 197810th place finish as
the local team came back from a sluggish
7-0 first-game loss to Fitzgerald,
Georgia to win four games in a row
Saturday before being eliminated by
Bockvllfe, Virginia. Their 4-2 tourney 141a
,. $ ? 'f record was also one better than the 3-2 .
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mark of the 78 team.
In a sight all too familiar for the opposition Green From left to right are Randall McGee Tommy Auvtln. .The Stars mustered only nine hits in N5 !
I Machine players file back Into the dugout after welcoming Tommy llannegan. Terry Stratton Ken (Carlton Kevina 35 at bats Friday night against w r 1
teamate al home plate after a home. run. Kelly, and number 33 Dennis! Crawford. Fjtzgerald-the t! Georgia state champs nKIrMIr. ; i .

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It was billed as the Florida ASA with Stevens also contributing six Randy Andrew. Mike Tt'I>ton, Bill Goodge. and John Vallniikl watch from the Iii
Men's Major State Tournament but roundtrippers and seven RBI's ,t'o '.. .' 'I'I dugout! during Senior Boys National Tournament play
last weekend's state open tourney Crawford hit .714 with 10 hits, eight .,' "'" ((t( '
turned Into the Green Machine showas RBI's and two homers Smith had .' l'' I n
the Hillandale Farmssponsoredteam three HR's and a .563 average. Hazen a ., "";j :;' >
played home-run-derby in frontof was good for three homers, six RBI's ,. .." t'f;"
a partisan crowd at the spankingnew and a .571 average and Kevin Kellyhit ; "
Edward's Road softball park in .625 with two homers and six
Starke last weekend. RBI's.
The Machine cranked 34 homers out Austin and Randall McGee both hit
of the 300-foot confines of Edward'sRd. .500 while Hartley added two homers.
Field In a four game waltz to the "This was the best fan turnout 4 4 >f a '' t t'dTl ? tt
state title. Local fans got just what we've ever had and I want people to y 9 tAL aye ,
they wanted to see as Machine's know that Green Machine really appreciates 14.L<
renowned slugger Ken Carlton had 13, It," Thomas said. "We reaU
hits in 18 at bats (.833 average) to up' ly think we've got a shot at reachingthe r .,1
his nation-leading batting average World Tournament and doing v t r ky
and crashed eight four-baggers with something there. With us winning t
16 RBI's to lead Green Machine's run state. Water's going (Class "B") and
producing offense. In the four wins the Senior Boys taking 7th at nationals -
GM batted .600 as a team and (see other stories) we're provo r yu
outscored the opposition 7829. ing Starke Is the softball capital of the .i t
Only once was the world's 18th- world. .da
ranked team even pressed In their Ed Allen topped Rainbow Marine r
romp to the title. In Sunday after with seven hits in 10 at bats for a .700 i
noon's final runnerup V.M. Nutrl of average while Billy Ray Smith and
West Palm Beach held a 4-2 lead after Timmy Whitehead both had two home
five innings but Carlton and big Bob- runs.
by Stevens swatted back-to-back The Brooker club was down just 4-2 +
homers' to break the Ice and Green entering the third inning against V.M. r e
Machine went on to win the state title Nutri Friday night but two errors q
going away, 134. Both teams in the opened the floodgates as the eventual noZ '
final earned bids to the southeast runnerups came up with 30 hits in \\i.\.!.: ,;, .d.. X
Regional, which is scheduled for their 28-9 win. Smith's two home runs U;; "!";::: "' ', "; .' '<:>"""P .... s i.W' -' __,.....If 1IIt! 5 ; ; ; :
The Starke Slant wall !between game at lliirrawuud Sports Cotnplfv In .
August 17-19 in Mobile, Alabama. The and a 3-4 game from Doug Brown sup- ,
Ken Carlton lakes a rip as on-deck batter Stt'nslooka Louis,
Bobby on.
top two regional placers move on to plied the Marine offense. ,
the ASA World Tournament slated for "Our defense fell apart In the first ..... .. .. _.-I'I..,. .. ...' 'P
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'OJ Labor Day weekend-n-Atigust game and therr-theytv.M: wutrir RM 16-13.n advantage" The-"Crestview" '....,...",,,.,, .,,"......... find 1978 natloiiaT runnerupa.. Jerry were third Sweet 'Gum Lanes or' 'f-
31-September 3, in York, Penn. came back and really hit the ball," team a stayed in the with a two Sure to be on hand for the Regional' Blalock and Chuck Johnson both contributed Arkansas fourth Rockville fifth, and
sylvania.The said Rainbow Marine Coach Steve the game Allen In Tournament are defending champ two safeties but as Stars Wayne Gang of North Carolina sixth
area's other representative Nipper of the embarassing loss. run triple past knotting diving the at Ken Sanders Ford of Alabama and Coach Jerry McGriff said "We just I ahead of the Stars. Rounding out the
Rainbow Marine of Brooker was "They were a super team Friday right-center 16-alt and sending the score to the Collin's Irrigation, the Miami metro didn't play well the first time out.", top 10 were Fitzgerald; Maysfleld.
crunched by V.M. Nutri 28-9 in the night" ninth. game champions. Saturday was different though. Kentucky; and the Blue Devils of
tourney's first game Friday eveningbut RM came back against the Polk RM managed just score In the Thomas said 12 teams should be on "We showed some class Saturday," Ohio. The Miami Banditos, number
the Brooker club came back to County Merchants Saturday to buildan ninth with Sanderfer one wheeling all the hand for the double-elimination event McGriff said of the four game winning nine last year, finished 15th.In last
satisfy its own loyal fans and prove it 8-4 lead and hold on for the win as around from first Allen's with the draw being announced next string in the deep loser's bracket. weekend's event.
belonged with an 8-6 win over the Polk Allen went 3-4 and Whitehead, Joey way and Amicable on ended the week. The Stars opened play Saturday For the tourney the Stan batted ,
County Merchants Saturday before Sanderfer, and Bob Dyal added two single with three-run finally homer in the morning with a 25-6 shellacking of .523 as a team outscoring the opposition '
falling to American Amicable of hits apiece.In game a SMH of Kansas City, the Missouri 76 runs to 33 and out-hitting their
bottom of tne ninth.
Crestview 19-17 in nine innings to end their elimination loss Saturday champs, as Mike Jackson was 6$, opponents 1 IS to 56. Griffis ended with
in fifth. evening moved out in front behind Steve Griffis !S-6, Chub Johnson and 15 hits in 22 at bats for a .682 batting
"We wanted to beat Amicable so
I Green Machine's wins came over Whitehead's two HR's and led Jerry Blalock 3-3, Kevin Tillman 3-4. average while Goodge hit .667 on 10
bad shot at Saturday
r G.T. Bray of Bradenton (rated as the American Amicable 13-4 after scoring to get a playing and Jeffery Norman 3-$ in a 32-hit base raps. Other regulars at .500 or
and have chance at third
, second favorite behind Machine three times in the fifth Inning. The night a Stars attack. better were Jackson .583, Blalock
entering the tourney) 21.12 Friday Crestview team then fought back, aid- place, Nipper said. "Winning but I the All 17 Stars played in a.16-1 Saturday .579. Gnann .563, Tillman .550, Chub "
night, over American Amicable 24-4 ed by costly RM errors to score five one wanted game that was last alright" really afternoon romp over Germantown Johnson .526 and Chuck Johnson .500. \\
Saturday, over V.M. Nutri 20-9 Satur. runs in the bottom of the fifth and then Behind Mien game.Sanderfer hit .636 Ohio. The losers managed just "We're losing only five players i
day night, and then over the West tie the score in the sixth while the three hits while Bill Goodge went 4-4 'from this year's team (Blalock, Nor-
Palm team in Sunday's title game.In Brooker bats went cold. Smith ,583 Whitehead .543 and Dyal and Grlffis. a red-hot stick all 'man. Cruce, John Valinski, and II
their Friday night opener GM Marine got none in their half of the .500 for RM. weekend, went 3.5 for the Starke Nelson Green) so we have the nucleusof
awed the crowd by smashing three seventh but two back-handed plays by team. Blalock and Glen Gnann added a very good team going into the
home runs in the first inning and Sanderfer at second in the bottom of "I'd like to say Green Machine put two hits in three at bats apiece. 1980 season," said McGriff already
busting six more in the second to builda the inning kept Amicable from winning on a super state tournament and also The Stars then ripped Quincy's. the looking to next year with plans for a i I i '
12-4 lead and threaten to blow G.T. Bob Dyal then laced a two out thank our fans for .supporting last V eqs- e South Carolina state titlists. 15-3 batting 13-13 year old ballclub. "We're look-' ?
Bray away. That pace slowed as GM double Into left-center to score three weekend," Nipper said. "We ve got a r .611 as a team in the win. Goodge ing for bigger and better things!
hit only three more homers the rest of Rainbow Marine runs in the eighth. loyal group of fans that have Ituckwath Second baseman Joey SaiHlerfer ul was 3-3 and Chuck Johnson 2.2 while "We are extremely indebted to all
the way in easing past the Bradenton Whitehead had doubled, Gene Hauler- us all year. Even after losing bad Krnoker Rainbow marine. range iulo Griffis and Gnann were both 3-4 as our fans, especially the parents whose
club 21-12. Carlton didn't let the crowdor son singled, and Dick Wheeler walked Friday night they were back out there shallow right field in play a one- again all 17 Stars saw action hard work and decidation enabled the
the channel 4 television crew on before Dyal cleared the bags to give with us Saturday." hopper.! The Starke senior boys last win boys to travel and gain the experience

hand down as he went five for five ... .. _. ._.._ ,. came over the Cleveland, Ohio metro necessary to be as successful as our I
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with two homers a double and four champion Blue Devils 16-12 Saturday program ha*. been. Thanks again to
runs scored in the win. Stevens and afternoon. Kevin Tillman was 4-4. everyone." '.
Terry Stratton added two roundtrippers 4 d IyIM 41 .,yt, t' 4 Griffis 3-4, Jackson 3.5, and Marcus Over 40 people were In the party ,
apiece with Johnell Smith. Eddie ? PAdb 1 1, 0 bgA Cruce 2.2 as the Stars outhit the that left for St. Louis last Wednesdaynight.
Hazen Dennis Crawford Randall 0 4r d () 'Devils 23-14 to nail down a top seven The group stopped over Thurs
McGee,and Mike Hartley all clearingthe -41d # 444+ 4"4 +l+ W i finish. day In Nashville, Tennessee for a visit
fence once with shortstop Tommy t d, A'ar+P a tr b h'jt qtr No 4 X'w p 4) In the final game against Rockville to Opryland before pulling into St.
Hannegan adding an Insidetheparkhomer. the Richmond metro kings, "We just Louis Friday for three practice sessions -
Hannegan was 3-4 and Tom- ran out of gas" McGriff noted as the and their opening tournament
my Austin 2-3. Stars had just nine hits and a .346 game. ;
In their second game win over team average in losing the tight The Stars were at the Harrawood '
Amicable, Green Machine was miredin defensive struggle 64. Rockville, last Sports Complex from 9 am Saturdayto
a 2-2 tie after four innings before year's number three Jr. Boys ((13-15)) nearly 1 a.m. Sunday morning.
!'. Crawford poled a grand slam home national finishers, ended up fifth in They visited the 83-acre St Louis Zoo
; run in the third inning to start a rally the tournament while Fitzgerald slipped Sunday and climbed the Golden Arches
that lifted the local power to a 24-4 a bit after its win over the Stars, of St. Louis. On the way back the
decision. Crawford was 3-3 with five finishing eighth. contingent stopped in Chattanooga.
RBI's while Carlton shot three Mayfield Park. Cincinnati came Tenn, with visits to Lookout Mountain "
homers out and was 4-$. Stratton was S through undefeated with six straight and Chickamauga battlefield '
also 4-5 with two HR'., Stevens 2.2 wins to take the national championship and then in Atlanta's farmer's I I
with both hits four-baggers.. Smith 4'h with the defending champion market-the largest in the world. '
was 3-4 with a HR and scored four Buffalo Grove Bruins of Chicago placing The bus arrived home in Starke ,
., times and Tommy Austin added a wti" d second. The Mississippi X Rays after midnight Tuesday morning. '
HR.Machine belted V.M. Nutri into the {

loser's bracket with a 20-9 pounding r
1 Saturday night as Carlton. Hazen :
and Kevin Kelly all had two circuit John Brantley Mark Midden to Speak : "
blasts, and Stratton, Stevens. Smith ,
and Hartley made the trot around the '
J bases once. Crawford was 4-4. Foolb'all .
Hartley 3-3 and Carlton Hazen, Kelly, To Local UF Gator, BoostersThe

: and Austin 34. '. ,
I j Carlton. Stevens, and Stratton had ,I,; I
the only GM home runs in the final recently formed Starke booster will sit out next year recovering from'an I
,I game win with Carlton Stratton club for University of Florida Gator injury. The pair have been among f. !
Smith and Randall McGee going 34. t football will be featuring Gators John the most outspoken player-boosters of i I
"Really, we didn't the ball like we .. tr 'tI Brantley and Mark Midden, as guest .new Gator' lI d.COach Charlie Pelt, I
can" said Ronnie Thomas: a ,. J ar speakeror their Tuesday night and his staff ;,.;' ,
Machine coach along with Jack ; August 14. meeting said club president i
Hazen and Townsend Strickland. "We ) ;, (' Qua Kopclousos. Kopetousos said membership. in th'f :
hit the ball in streaks this weekend.We '. i The meeting starts at 7:30:: p.m. Gator club costs $23 per year with '" '
played our best ball game Friday >-' .", :. 1 (4y ..'' -. Tuesday night at the Garden, pJans to meet weekly during the foot,' / i \t
night because we had to. After that .' :.: ,1 .. \;,,. .:.. : .1. .:" ,. Restaurant in Starke. ball ceason to discuss tho Gator.;' '<,r < I
'. nobody us. We always 1'.t// M'i brother of All America games, see films and hear other ,
really pushed '" ; .' : 1 '. ,"tit. Brantley, !
score more runs and play better whenwe .MI.. .,t. '-.'., "" __ ,..... linebacker Scot Brantley, enters fall guest lectures. Interested persona :,
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play the better teams" "- 't' Jf,,' r .....2IJ6U.--i..m: ; 'II.>.r-1 A" e drills u the number' one Gator should contact Kopelouoos or ;
Stratton finished with six homers Rainbow Marine's Doug Brown Randy Raulrraon. and Dick heeler congratulate 8U1y. Ra,.'Silaith after the ..- quarterback white Midden was slated other club officers Jim Reddish. Pal' S\
10 runs batted i...and a .647 average ,toad of his home run In their opening game Friday. for starting offensive line duty but Farnsworth and Jim OdotJi. I., st
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I Prep Football Opens J j jTwoaday a -7:

fall football drills were Pete Valentino. "The advantage I i7jj y
to open at Keystone Bradford, and that a team can lose one or two games I + _
Union County high schools Wednes- and still have a chance to win it" |
day morning as the three area teams Thomas and Valentino agreed on- s Mr mu'r
started preparations for the 1979 Williston ChieflaruL and Newberry j
season now just three weeks away. as the teams ahead of the pack In r
Teams will spend the first week of District 4. "In my opinion the rest of j
practice In shorts and helmets under the district will be fairly well balanced ,
Florida high school guidelines ," Valentino predicted. S
(FHSAA) before getting into pads "Everybody else could" play 10 games I J
next week. The days in shorts will be and win five apiece. \
mostly keyed towards conditioning As far as schedules Union County'shas _
coaches aid BUS' Tornadoes will since the Tigers i
start things off with a timed 2milerun already prayed most of the District 4'' =,J "
on\ !the first day of workouts. teams in Suwannee Conference ..- < '
There will be at least one big games. Keystone has had to drop Nor. ners back from the'78 bowl team. The 3 ":'- f us
change for all three schools this yearas theast Florida schools Baldwin and Tornadoes were kept out ,of the '
the FHSAA biannual realignmenthas West Nassau but kept its two biggest playoffs by St. Augustine, which topped
thrown the three Into new district non-district rivals-Hawthorne and BUS 14-7 in Starke and went on to
setups. Union and Keystone, who Interlachen-the last two opponents reach the round of eight team In the
were 5-9 and 4-6 respectively a year after eight straight District games AAA playoffs
ago and tied Jasper for first place In Union's two outside games will be its 12 returning letterman Including
District ft (Jasper won a vote of principals homecoming tilt with AAA rival San- six sometime-starters, will be In the
to get to the playoffs),are in for ta Fe and a home game against Union County IIS camp while Valentino -
the biggest change. Florida's AA Monticello-Jefferson County,which Is figured he'd have around 13 let
schools have been shifted into eight dropping from AAA to AA this season. terman back In Indian uniforms
districts instead of 16 this season with Bradford High, which finished 8-3 The first fall action for area teams
the playoffs cut down to three' weeks last year with a 17.7 St. AugustineElk's will be in the jamborees slated for the
instead of four Bowl win over Lake Brantley, last weekend of this month. Keystoneis
The Tigers and Indians will now will be shifting Its alignment over to tentatively scheduled to play with
play in the nine-team District 4 with the Gainesville area after competing Hawthorne, PK Yonge, and Oak
Chiefland. Cross City-Dixie County, against Clay, St. Augustine and Hall In a jamboree In Hawthorne
P.K. Yonge, Hawthorne, Jasper. Palatka In District 4-AAA recently.. Thursday August 31 BHS will play In
Hamilton County, Newberry.! and The new District 5 loop will Includethe a jamboree at Florida Field Friday
Williston instead of last year s four- Tornadoes, perennially tough night.August 31, in Gainesville along
team loop that also Included weak In- Gainesville High, GafnevllTe with all the District 3 teams besides -.----

terlachen. Buchholz, Gainesville Eastside. Live Live boree Oak action Union the High's same will night see jam inChiefland. Danny McKinney background. led Water's with a .142 team look second in the District (.'1",," "K" Tournament In
Oak-Suwannee County, and Alachua batting average and had right home runs as the Starke GaIne,,,Illf'
"It's going to be a lot tougher to get Santa Fe."There. playing Newberry in the
out of the district" said Union Head third quarter and the host Indians In
Coach Jimmy Thomas when asked really won't be any difference the fourth period. The first quarter
I about tile change.. "But on the other for us, we'll just have to beat there starts at 8 p.m. with Jasper the Water's Out of Loser's BracketTo
'I' and you might be able to lose one or all the schools in Alachua County and other team on hand. Fights
, two games and still get Into the Live Oak," simplified BUS Coach Season opening games Friday,
I playoffs" David Hurse September 7, have Bradford hosting
The BUS schedule has changed lit. Macclenny, Union County visiting
J "It means just about every game is tle with rivalries with Macclenny St. P.K. Yonge in a district and conference for Class "B" State EventWater's
; a must game for us, there can't be Augustine, Ocala Forest and Palatka game, and Keystone travel- Qualify
'I any let ups since eight out of 10 gamesare still on the 1979 worksheet. Ing to Hawthorne in a district en
for the District" said KHS Coach Hurse figures to have 16 letter win- counter. All games start at 8 p.m.
j of Starke shook off a first- the District 4 champion from the West Water's edged Sub-District run-
game loss and fought back for five Palm Beach area. nerup McKleroy's of Lake City in
loser's bracket wins to finish secondin In last weekend's District test the their third game. "It was a typical
the Men's Class "B" district softball host Hogtown Rollers made it toughon Water's-McKleroy's game staying
tourney played at Gainesville's Water's with a 21.16 first-round win close all the way," Elder said. Down
Westside Park last weekend.The but the local team didn't lay down and 12-9 entering the top of the seventh the
with Danny McKinney and Brian locals used homers by McKinney,
long road to the finals, which Johns combining for 17 home runs in a Ricky Bennett, and Joey Bennett to
err o District finally ended champ in a Guerdon's 23-9 loss to of unbeaten Ocala, 33 homer attack the state bid was score four runs and take the leadMcKleroy's .
won tied the count in the bottom
qualified the Starke City League of the frame. In the eighth Tom
+ / n n 1 I AA champs and Sub-District tourney win "We got to the point Saturday my Wise led off Water's at bat with a
ners for the State"B"Tournament to where we were having to play all our home run and McKinney hit a tower
be played this weekend, August 1012at games back to back in mid-afternoon ing shot with Larry Mercer aboard to
Travis Park in Cocoa. Waters will but each player realized we were in make it 16-13 Water's then iced the
= tM The All New open state play Friday night against the loser bracket and they gave win as Donny Wise came up with what
:} Elder called a "fine defensive play at
4 third" in the eighth.
;--i- 1 Perkins Moving Men of St
FLEETWOODSTONERIDGE Augustine fell 19-1 Saturday afternoon
as Lewis again surrendered just
four hits with outfielders Charlie
! Green, Joey Bennett, Terry Games,
and Jimmy Prevatt robbing the
wt rr -. loser's of home runs
; .. A strong Q & S Printing club from '
t Cocoa was dumped 11.7 in the first of.
DOUBLEWIDETotal two Saturday evening games for :
24 x 60 Shingle Roof IA'I Water's. "Like us they lost their flrit( :
J -ti game and they ran out of gas-br the
'time they got, ColuS."rKtdiir.sqid.T'ty.: ;
w was Q&S that knocked off Hogtown
Total Electric, Frost Free Freezer, but a seven run Water's fifth inning :
erased a 4-3 deficit as the Starke
champs won without hitting a home :
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In the loser's bracket finals they got'' :;
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Housing Group
i a and Johns and beat Hunt& Associatesof
t Merritt Island 18-14 to lock down a .
BY FLEETWOOD ENTERPRISES State Tournament bid Elder: said the
I An i Merritt Island team had been winning ..
games with late rallies all weekend:
i "1 didn't feel comfortable even with a.:; _.
i 18-9 lead going into the seventh inn
ing." Then the first five II&A batters
Unbelievable Price Only At scored to make it 18-14 McKinneycame
on to pitch and nailed down the
win by handling a shot back to the
mound and turning Into a double play
JOHN BROWN'S 1 with Gaines and Ellis GrIffiS
Guerdon's win in the finals was
their fourth in a row Both the Ocala
team and Water's had eight homers in
MOBILE HOME CENTER a the game but while Water's round-
trippers were all solo blasts Guer
:- __ i. f' i 1"11.\0 don's spiced 14 base hits in with their
Brian John, left, hit for a tram-high nine home run and!as alrr't
qualified for the Stair (.Ja.... "K" Softball Tourney "After Saturday's marathon of play
and some of the more emotional
games we've been in this year we
forth that little bit of extra effort that just weren't mentally ready to play
I carried us the rest of the way," noted team of Guerdon's calibre," Elder
Water's Manager Dwight Elder said of the title ame. :
Waters eliminated Ralph Pillow For the weekend McKinney hit 6-12 I
Motors of Deland 27-1 Saturday morn with eight homers while Johns busted .
B.LrY THURSDAY FRIDAY & ing sending 22 men to the plate and nine four-baggers to go with a .612 '.".,.
scoring 18 runs in the fourth inning. plate average. Lewis hit 583 with
Johns was five for six and McKinneywas three homers. Green had five circuit .",
I. SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 10, 11If 4-6 while pitcher Jim Lewis and blasts and a .518 average, Ellis Gnffit .. I
the defense checked the loser's on hit .500 and both Bennett's hit three .
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Softball VV V Post 202 Celebrated: Season With Festive Awards Banquet I |I IIn

a ceremony held before last Final 202 Statktlr i
Buddy week's season-ending league playoff At least nine single season records !"
f losses Keystone's Post ant baseball lot Post 202 baseball this year, star- :
Ceilings team, coaches, and parents tiwith the beat overall record of
Etc. Etc. celebrated the third year of Pont 202 31013-1. i.
baseball at a fried chicken banquet In fihawn Prichard's batting averageof ti
I'I ..r. Keystone Thursday, July 24.KeYltone' 1352 broke the old mark of .340 f:;
shared by Roy Griffin and John
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i'. 31-23-1 year (countingthe but Prichard "
; was the
Editor ; the best only regular
Sports two tourney defeats) was above 300. Kenny Clark, who played ,
In the short history of KH legion ball
TIJlI L JIIlIIH [ IHIII late In the season after Injury, batted
officials in festive
and team were a \
.357 28 at bats.
mood as they passed out awards and "
Toby Dillow set three new stan-
Local softball teams showed some guts with their tournament play this compliments, dards with his SI stolen bases 42 ';
weekend. "It's been a great year for us," KH walks, and 34 runs scored while
Granted Green Machine wasn't pressed much but three other teams had to Head Coach John McCullough told the Chuck Dickinson's three triples and '
X15 "Aw !
show some courage. Water's of Starke had to come back from an opening night gathering. "For us the playoffs are Keith Northrup's 13 doubles are new Ar
loss to win five straight games In the District Class"B" tourney-they had to win extra. We're 31-21-1. we won the records. Dillow hit .279 while Dickinson I .'
them all to get to the state tournament. The Starke Stars also lost) the first time Athens Invitational, played very wellIn led the team with four home runs \ i ix 1 1I
out in Sr. Boys Nationals but came back with four wins Saturday before accep- Montreal and we've made the and 25 runs batted In. Mark Pridgen ., : .I 4 S. r
ting seventh place. They'll tell you that the loser's bracket In a 27 team draw Is a league tournament for the second was tops in sacrifices with seven ::1
tough place to be. Then there's Rainbow Marine of Brooker. After being bombed year in a row" followed by Eddie Dyal. six,and Tommy .
in their state major tourney opener the Brooker team (with surely the smallest Honour five. I ,
drawing area of any team entered) came back to show they belonged with a win McCullough and his staff of dad Pitching was the '79 team's forte '
over the Polk County Merchants and had another victory In hand... Eston McCullough Billy Moore and with the staff Combining for a 2.76 :
Paul Newell were lauded for their earned run average. V I
Homer work throughout the night as were Mike Richardson's 1.51 ERA was ,4
.....The teams that played 3-4 games In the State Open event would have all hit Post 202 Baseball Chairman "Mac" lowest on the staff among regularsand
1S-2J home run. In a 271-foot ballpark. Green Machine might have hit 100. They McDavid. and Post Commander Art another record while Clark came r
ended with 34 four-bagger over the 300-foot Edward's Road fence.. Wheeler. on to fashion a 1.23 mark !in not quite V
....Green Machine'. Ken Carlton almost certainly would have won the batting Among the players second 15 Innings of work. I V
average title if one was given out for last weekend's tourney (he hit .833). The man Toby Dillow of Lake Butler year took Clark Stovall busted the other pit- -
homer title would have gone to G.T. Bray's Greg Rapert who lost nine HR's In home most of the hardware as he was ching record with his 87 strikeoutsand : I
five also led the team in wins with his j
games Carlton's eight In four contests. voted by his teamates the '79 Most
7-7 record and in
innings with
pitched c 0II.I
and also
Player won the Joel y
Starke Due Congrat' Bryan Memorial award for greatest 87.Richardson __ 1
The Starke Recreation Department with Director Cheryl Godwin, and host was 5-2 while Carl Hag I r
effort. McCullough reminded the audience .....
glund was 6-2 with 64\ and two-thirds \
Green Machine put on a first class state tournament. The ballpark lights stubbornly of Bry an'a the -- ,
refused to join the fun for awhile Saturday night but other than that things first KH American participation Legion on team innings of work, 41 strikeouts, and ".
proceeded smoothly. The fans got what they came to see, big-time softball with before his death. just 20 bases on balls. Scott Allen 4
few distractions... finished the year 3-3 with a 2.10 ERA E
Offensive Effort: award IromKH
21)2) Outstanding
......The led deserves "This Is an important award to me and 41 strikeouts. Dillow was 4-7 witha I'ridxen accepts th.I'o"t ifl"ifl"Mark
grounds Herman Crews
crew by 8chOf'nlngand a
because it pitching coach Billy Moore at the American" I."'K''"" banquet. A Abate !
pat on the back also. Few people realize the hours they put in-getting the field can "help us keep Joel's 3.4S ERA in 60 Innings.
ready in the first place, nursing it into shape after the rains, and babysitting the memory alive. McCullough said \ ,
concession stand at night.,., before announcing the recipient. because of a computer mishapthe recipient of a game MVP ward i\
Shawn Prichard won the Best Batting a human mishap with a computer. the Montreal baseball tournamentAlso ior
Fan's View Average trophy (.331) while Carl APOLOGIESThis story Is a week we failed to list Bob Hemme as Post 202 played In. V i
Observations made by watchers Included: lIag lund was named Outstanding 'fI! iI I
1) Other than Green Machine the teams in the state tourney weren't as im- Pitcher (McCullough noted that Hag
pressive as people thought they would be. glund, a 1979) KIIS grad was probably Game Commission Sets Dove Hunting Dates I
the last ,
2) The change from 275 to 300 foot fences makes a big difference for'most teams player chosen this year), and
and will make a world of difference in the Starke City League next season. Someof Defensive Chuck Dickinson took award.home the Best TALLAHASSEE The Game and dove season will again be in three mains a protected species and can not ,
the same people said you could move the barrier back to 329 feet and most of Player Fresh Water Fish Commission has phases. First phase will begin at noon be taken.
the shots Green Machine players hit would get out. McCullough and Newell, codriversof tentatively approved October 8 as the Saturday, October 8 and continue Woodcock season will open I'
the "Team Machine", the bus Post opening day of the first phase of the through November 4. The second December 8 and continue through I
Ends and Odds 202 traveled in on road trips also 1979-80 dove season phase opens November 10 and runs February 10 Snipe will be legal from ..
Spring football practice is back on for the 1910 and 1981 high school seasons. gave out the first annual "Team At Its meeting Friday July 27 In through November 25. Third and final November 10 until February 24.
Voting principals of the Florida High School Athletic Association reversed their Machine" awards, lightheartedstabs Tallahassee, the five-member board phase will be from December 15 until Further information on bag limits '
earlier ballot which outlawed the off-season workouts for underclassmen.Under at players and coaches. Plaques approved in principle the season January 8. and legal shooting hours on throe'and '\ '
the two-year experimental plan practice must be held in May, where it of appreciation were also! given to dates and bag limits for doves, rails, other species available from any office
will interfere less with other spring sports. Coaches in our area and all over the Concession stand coordinator Ann gallmules. woodcock and snipe. The Rail and common gallinule season of the Commission. \
state have been in a minor uproar since the previous vote banning spring Iltmme and Keystone Invitational dales will be formally adopted at the will run simultaneously beginning I
workouts. The great majority of prep football coaches argue that off-season tourney coordinator Paul Grim. next Commission meeting. September 1 and continuing until j

because practice players not only are steps prepared up the better.quality of play but also cuts down on injuries Under the framework approved. November 9. Purple gallinule re- more on pg.; fill......... I

Detractors say it means Just too much football..... I
...Who said high school teams bring in patsies for homecoming games? Union Pair Play in Pro Tennis Tourney !
Class AAA Santa Fe for bash October ,
County High's Tiger they homecoming Friday, ,
... No players from our three local schools were named to the North-South All Keystone High School graduatesHuss County Tennis Championships this
Star teams which collide In basketball Friday night and football Saturday nightin Porter ('77)). and Scott Baker weekend and then play a circuit *SIGN PAINTING MAGNETIC SIGNS MOBILE SIGNS
Gainesville. ('76) played in their first pro tennis tourney in Palm Coast the following ROUTED SIGNS *REFLECTIVE SIGNS SIGN KITS )
.The basketball doubleheader starts with the girls tilt at 8 p.m. with the boys tournament together in Ocala last weekend where$5,000 in prize money 964.6511
playing at 8:30 at Alligator Alley The football game is set for B p.m. Saturday at weekend. will be offered. ,
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Area players, or players local teams faced this year, on the North teams In- 35-and-under division the pair lost a I
dude: girls basketball-6-llfe Denise Conquest, Bronson, 5-10 Ellen Days, P.K. 2',1-hour marathon match to the top-
Yonge, and 5-8V4 Marcia Swilley, Palatka; boys basketba 11-6-8 Kevin Gainey of seeded team of Troy Balthrop-Bill
Clay, and Ocala Vanguard's 6-7 Zeb Howell and 8-2 Kenny Vaughns; football--QB Austin 7-5. 6-2 after getting a first-
Johnell Brown.Gainesville., Dunnellpn's RB Al Young, WR Greg Kushton, and." round bye.' Baltrhop and Austin, who a"
OT Ed'Culpepper' FB's'Jlmmy Brazel of St. Augustine and Dean Shackleford of Baker said is the number one rated
Lake Brantley, kicker Donnie Van Wie of Eastside, and TE Bruce Travis of West 35-and-under player in Florida and a
Nassau... former U.S. teaching pro champion,
.....The State American Legion Baseball Tournament will also be on tap on the went on to the finals where they lost to :
University of Florida campus this weekend. Games are scheduled to run from the number two seeds. Baker and
Friday to Sunday afternoon at Perry Field. Gainesville (host) and league champ Porter were within two points of winn-
Deland will represent the North Florida American Legion League which ing the first set at 5-4 before succumbing
Keystone is a member of... in the quarterfinal match. SOUVENIRS j
'....Starke' Malarhl Henry swiped a pass in the Jacksonville Firebird's Satur- "The second set was a lot closer c\l; ? .
day night win and showed up on the Channel 4 highlights of the game. He wears than the score" Baker added. "We .J '
number 42...., The Channel 4 interview with Ken Carlton also made it to the tube, hope to be playing doubles with each STILL AVAILABLE !
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The pair teamed together as the May V
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Community College while Porter'
G D Oct. 111Th( ) Gainenllle A played number one singles Baker I b .

tJ J'VTIl Oct. 19 Ocala Forest A will be going to the University of T-Shirt *3,00Centennal
Oct 26 Buchholl II Florida next year where he hopes to Choice Of i
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/ Nov, 2 Ocala Vanguard V IIC I trate on the Florida Porsche-Audi ten AshTray'2.00TShirt
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Nov 18 Live Oak II "We'll be playing doubles on the : Centennial Issue
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1919 GAME TIME 7:30 haven't decided yet whether we'll accept Or Our 110PageCentennial
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I".5ITY FOOTBALL. 8f'pt 8 "a.thorne II. : R COUNtj : "I
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Sun. Mon. Tues. "
8f'pt ZO Interlachf'n Al I't t"Nightwing' ,' "': .' ."I, I
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Sept, 14'' "Eastaide A' + Od. II P.K. Yon,. II ,.:.l: .t .' 'I

Sept ZI Palatka II Oct 18 OPEN ,,1ft '

Sept ZI Santa F. A Od IS Lake )putlH' H Rated: PO 4 ', t'f'E I!

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..UFormertlllAmerica ....... at the state pat- tad.... ata WIll...................... ... diarMarl. hw lrlR': ......__ 4IIe.o..r .
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thawsLacai.waussca1Ersasthag wise.......-..... wtIadI .. aaasa1....'* ...
dCirreht ....Qogrsahttarg lewmsartaea.M -.ere. .T tfierefss.asdlrttMutau..tse ...... '"'. apert. aM ....... t.ehsastrwr flab Gealhtre.s.r wry*ad ,
Rats Davit t J IIIcd..Jkwb IJaiII'td DIItdIN art b .d lhtwagktat tor... aid j silks amd .t.i'"asYadglta ,\\I..ltl", '' ?;;"
Milder (Eperti. &.*> 'II'Ikm ynr and tte test sbocters are .. +wshr'a sew as paritlhSlheewtdea'aac. ,. ,.."
'Erprtaifruri Itaoa Garr.c..aua Mat Ie fte --a casderacx W1.a1 ---....... ,....... '"r;..;. '
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She last ukniSe ",'ycM -.... a fs'fat.
award..........8&the.altar P'JIMI' Maxiew.esrs .ft'w Ldt s.tigl4. r wir. that a Sur bad been WBerf If''-y04l pl.Jfi' '; r
,..."... ...---'IWBJ' ........-.C.D.fwle.....,...tlaw and Janie kr tw, esrspamg prtMoen ta FtLrsterdak 't+aeatio If you wark atitNa '
......are 1M-ta.p bfeti tKwttt"--'dI taw t4 liapirs e./etirir :A CI*fered Iwr pf.!' Bob Hop. ig:
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at KH Cage Camp

Bear tt Bk-ianc vnuOi feaskcthul C11D1f11IO \
tie bald at Keystone HegtatsScnwi III I \
August 2-2tYaunpacrs \ TEA 01'$1'9 -
aped 144 CM to data
at a rat -of sa s icy a ma KhoiprtpriArd \ _
far ftdI plan Form are \ __
awiafcie at Top d the HajwfcactLate S __ $159
PM-BBIV 3ay l CX'JI. and The \ oo-ct. 4ttL1L 3&01l -
Monflor ofhev a Krvftemr. I $,o* 51t.
Farmer KHS pla!eta Mfce M mate i i I ::;- / .-..... .,n.
and Shan Arthony arc running the! .- .- ..adOONm1'Y ---
camp ...** mstrucJwB *y eber two .-- -::::: ..---

rpe bwkctiudl players Srore:: the _
area Vnjf or w&! toe wwtjnp: In* r -
MpMmxre seatacn of tartrttait!! aa
EtferdcaregeiiS3: FWersburj PKOS GOOD THURS. V/IQ., AUGUST 9-15
wear .tale AMthony peps! far the EF PEON' RIGHTS
defending slate cbaiBpw": F2aglewoeoeti '
.rr=;- "'"
's seamEt .;,
dad at the step hs fofeaatwe a r .
guest mtaructaraspects .-c r.-r tarlsrhg.
c< itoe game Among the
ivers....vfll featured ttirmg the THRIFTY MAID
weak king camp IS farmer tu*t tcbouiAU SERVICE
America and I'wwrrwty: erfDonfe 16- CANS.rsrwn..rr.
l-.& SUE & 16-ot. CAMS
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player: Sieve Pone .due. .oo--III'f. .
The V* Porter played tn* hug bBcfaoui .-'nrntsnar.aorta..m ELBOW MACARONI GARDEN STEWED TOMATOES j".j
bail at Kennxre Hugh :aDA.UaaI. . be was named .. L..ta.t( NJrYa. .yt..t.a0af.0.w 1S-.I. SIZE CytfffCT 1e-.a. CANS '
AJt-Amerua tr.am5aftft'averagxig 22: tuff nf a*rout Mil TOMATO SAUCE APPLE SAUCE
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prints and li rrboundi pef game ta ; a. a. ,ar o awp PEAS
fan wm r year Summer all star .utrah.aMq.nh..a..Kf... 7r
': 7[ w.I>9k 7.j
daIiI ItS matched hem up with such e' '
piert at MAr Pets and PtaJHutttard. ... ataaa STM.t rod Ut !.a Rat 9 roe L {t -
JtfCAA mtio izeDo..a.ratg '-' 00 -.. cat ns -wnw.s o ? Jadrr
bat prrat ::;:;;.
NBA iiurfu tut MlTOIiII va o
Porter payeeS two yam' as a Cater 'J "
and 15 mn majonng at PubfatBerreatwB ,IlL'" 'IJII_ SAm 011 TMtSI ..:: s1oo.
at VF He has co (tiedcasketbafl Kodak LOWI"'O tl LS- Pats
at CainevviBe High Sctrod; .
atu au
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Asked about the tnqxrtanrr of tfteKenstone .u'1: $2&9

camp Poner sand. 1 Uwnkd's I't'M M,. 20 hhI MM .... ILL
real tmportact. The kids w aws
rea&jr ne>tr get a ctiance 1It hafcoroesiung w. ,, .salt east

eke this U you aDd can iebnk gew the rt ..: .a:. COCKTAIL 2 $] 00

right has t pecpie:>en Ibe running! kids .a..nll reaB! Je na'fha1'5 __ . . CAMS # SAVE 76'ON 4

s.mehtag the inportantPoner "t" MAC) LIGHT CHUNK OIL PAl

j that will kms cm' funaaauejD- : PORK &< BEANS .4 $] 00a
aa1adremaahradssag tf/- : . : CAMS -TSUTARN Il

Also oo hand tar the camp .ifi be BUDWEISER SAWW 1" P\AHCIIICOlf:>> A
tanner l*.d> Indtan star Lorraine
MORTON SALT 4 :=: $100
Ixrrame Kossotej-er tramf errtd to ; BEER .
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Krvjawne her herding year w tfT4 tram tasGOwtrY.GGthw ,o $
Leander Texas -mtiere she *'a* that

acb She u i mas"s sere AO-Dtstrici"mg rtwd and seftr Ie.1imp 6 12-01- $179 Rice .3 ::c.79c Tea . ; S1M 2 j

as junior at Leanaer Hcb and ties i)! &*.* 19A. O" taws CA 4 CKAOUM- COCO POTAtO 6''. -OL
as a Mnunr at K.H.S .as voted the CANS : II
Liners 99c Sticks
.5 $100
Beia OBeoini Plat T sated She 40 CAHS CANS
aiM arGtred tn track .AA >E
I Lorraine fSartod schuoi: at Flakier Wines : . $1"d 1..fl MAO WMOCM t.s.Srsa.....
Ctfie e at te a bwauxaai 1575 The and afoot topboaiarthr'tbe afidetepiryed Meat . s: 99C .2 = 1 shra.asat

: Lady Sjuxfts: and again *as ,Da tu> satnahhr.e.
j rule; Mot/ !Vaiuatiie Player
1 to fi>e fall cI *77 abe tram,! ,td CoT .
I and made the-jcfauoTc taW-f'lba.) TODDLER SIZEPAMPERS Saltines 59
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tam big later"as wed to cseupete
IB: just wee saint-cworsmg track and WKOAfel tcrA..trto.r
jejd tnsi dd d raamdbaD A TUY BreadBread 3 7OMivs $J19
Last year the fanner Lady Indian E ,
transiernd back to Flakier. and eXtE tnAarlhhr SNO.YhO.1OaI'
planed a big vie ffl the! Lacy Saints 55 '
Sicali. Coft-pe SUte Cbaicptaratep: 12-CT. $159 ... 'mo. 'ter
She 15 ma faring m { niiati! rduca- DCaIf CAItHG fOoGt5H
uuoilii a motor at iIr1Othe ___ BOX Muffins -
mctrudsrs tbOfA to fcen at ___ I t shoo
tfaeKeynooe camp: are RUB Porter SAVE 16
ef Kej-non ''Sieve'sEtreotU ywsgerbrattaer '.
std will .wt an defer tsiufk
Hulrhms a prepAH
far cr.x pa> 5M a11V 1iwnir 'be now plays SHOWER \
the Vtwersay:: III f1 nda. and ..
aifl IIi.rUd thepomgatr s ae the tar- Toothpaste ; 79c .
taround jump lid and node offensive . TO SHOWER _

moves Also there will be frame s.+t >o :ttwrt

I Caaws Satardajr.eacatfay Augurt 26. the dual day Mouthwash l : tin $)19.J

of the camp is set aside far parrots BODY POWDER .
amend and watch the player* m ap.measadu USDA CHOICE
league Cbampncstcp a.4If 3V SAM r Cf.Deodorant.t WHOLELEG0LAMB
m COOMSU ftr the HoUfaul 2 $169 =
tbro shwcng. and speed dr&bfcng.: ; .

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Bradford Girls Suave Shampoo '::" 919J j \ _.... Size $199,;

s.'e n ..ass PfC& twat __..M 59
I Place high in Jr.A AI- Hair $1 69 'i1' .' vat Lb. $2

Spray .' P

Two Bradford Middle School:: g1s -' _
and Koadnmner Dub meatbers' piac- .0 C iI ._ ......
ed NItt:: n tfae nonda Jr AAC track Q-Tips .0. 89 6
and fx-id meet .
at H'lMer: Parts f
I Show alter Reid Friday.Jetty%I.

Pam Haa tun>.a*econd i.the 1W Di Gel. ... $)19 'D.Ft.:: USDA GRADE A FRESH DIXIE DARLING
yard dash far 12-U year Ud po!.. Liquid sat .
third m the 223.and had a hand III the
2nd place 440)ard relay lean M the ni.i+.wr rut'CtrtAnacin -
I Jr. AAU run state karate Linda FRYER THIGHS POUND CAKE
DeWitt was second in the guru Tablets an$3C -
I I year old mile run.Hawkiac ,- .

the finals ran after aa 11*_sennd...,..1wis her Pl
Powder 999f C
preteunry m 11.7. She kad won the Body sat % Ring C
S Lb.
Area 1 Jr. AAU daM aQ a BXS 89 89
school record timed 11 j. Her 22* ems SAVE 20
tune was 26./. a personal best. Her .... fSH 7
Hard place in the sprint relay cane COetS' 98c --= \TTTmU1.I-k
with three Jacksonville girls. Cpl -
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DeWitt ran a d:a mile for tier arm ,.
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Nee last apL .
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.,,,:,,':*. Obituaries

.. 1.> Annie M4' .........1.J: '. ,J,;;, ".'.,'!*WM Florida and taught piano in LakeBMtler. depot agent at Raiford died.Saturday ed from S.C.:U Gaines.. I
Annie May Lee, if, died Tuesday She was a member of thefirst Aug. 4, from a heart attack in ed to Starke from W I
All members of the Gatorland C.B. Membership cards must be presentedto July Orange ffellpltrlj United Methodist Church in New ort Richey, Florida. Mr. Beard ws a veteran of tt* U.S. :
Club and their families are Invited to the gatekeeper for head count. in Orlando, following a lengthy I U- *ke Butler. Survivors include his wife, Betty Army W.W.I retired In IMS asSuper4ntendent I
a picnic Sunday August 12. startingat Members are asked to bring their lneM. Mrs. Lee moved to Orlando four Dukes Gainey; one daughter, Brenda of the Florida I
it a.m. favorite dessert and drink. The widow of the Ut. Dr.. WUUm .1'1I ago when she was placed in a of Selfner; two sons Michael and Property Division and ;
The club will furnish hot dogs and R. Lee a Lake Butler deaU$. .e. iilrs1nIJ home. Randall of New Port Richey; one of the First Baptist Church. :
barnburner and pay admission fees. Lee moved to Lake Butter from ;;;/ She is survived oy one daughter, granddaughter; two sisters. Mrs.Mvrlice Survivors include one daughter. i,
Alabama when she was is years' old. ,. ,. rs. Jeanne Butt Orlando; one son Newson of Lake Butler and Mrs Myldred B. Cutttno of atk. '
SERVICEMEN She majcred in music at the Univenri- rnes Lee, Beaumont Texas; and Wllla Mae Dobson of High Springs. one son, Francis B. Beard. Jr. of
rvcn grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday, Wilmington N.C.. three grandchildren .
HANAU. Germany (AHTNC) Aug. We are deeply grateful to all our "" ,, ..\ wAGraveside, funeral services were August 7, at 2 p.m. at the North and one great'i
1.:. Timothy N. Smith son of Mr. and friends for their floral offerings Jilci Friday, August 3, at 7 p.m. at Funeral Home of New Port Richey. granddaughter. '
prayers '
Mrs. Otis Ellis, Route 1, Brooker food, comforting words and all ,|Kekle cemetery, Rev. David Waller Burial will be in New Port Richey. Funeral services will be held at 3 Y I." i
Fla.,recently was promoted to Army acts of kindness shown to us duringthe Grace Baptist Sl"f" .*ictating. Archer Funeral* Homes p.m. Sunday Aug. 5, in the DeWitt C. : '
specialist five'whilt- +rvlng! as a recent loss of our Loved One ,* In charge of the services. .'ranelill. Beard 84 Jones Funeral Home Chapel with his .'1" ,
mechanist with the 3ru Support Com- Also our special thanks to Archer. .Grace Baptist Church will have a Mr. Francis B. Beard age 84,of 123 pastor Rev. Ben P. Bryant of- kll f I .;
mand in Hanau Germany. Tanner Funeral Home for their great sing at 7:30 p.m. Saturdays August 11. J.C.Gainey Parker St., Starke died in the Brad- tlclatln,. Interment will be in the ,p. ,
Smith entered the Army. In July concern and assistance. The Weeks Family and the Inspirations ford County: Hospital Friday morning family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. 1 1It <
1 He ", will be singing.*Everyone is In- J. C Galney of Selfner-Florida, a following a long illness. lie was born t !
Is a 1973 graduate of Bradford Family of John D.Lewis vited. -. native of Union County and a former in Denmark. S.C..July 24, 1895. mov"WRc ,
High I School Starke. It; .
Ethel II.Gaulden 63 t.
Mrs. Ethel H. Caulden age 65 of ),
Little Geneva Lake Keystone ,!
Heights, died at her home Saturday ?, I 4
July 28,following a long illness.Born ,j ,ly
in Durham N.C.,June 1.1914.she llv- Jj} ,e'
ed in Jacksonville for several years, ::1
-, moving to Keystone Heights in 1978. '
SAVE IYllyVJ Mrs. Gaulden was of the Baptist faith y
CHOICE '+ She Is survived by a brother Sam J. '.' i
D aRANO USDA Humphries and a sister, nods Hum j t ?. '!
phries both of Keystone Heights. .i
Graveside funeral -services were '\f?
held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, in 4 T A t 1 Maplewood Cemetery In Durham, SL.,
i N.C. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
was in charge of local arrangements. I;

Lewis Edward KHoitt.St ,t.; .,.
LB. Mr. Lewis Edward Klloitt Sr., 59, j I
I resident of Delray Beach, died July I.,
40ru, 25. He was a native of Bridgeport, '.r
SAVE 1 Conn., a retired Security Guard, and ,'ha
member of the Catholic faith ''.
Funeral services were at 2 p.m. "-i I
28. at the chapel' of I,
yF Archer-Tanner Funeral home, with t'i f s
I @ Rev. James E. Griffis officiating. : I
: '. Burial was at Kingsley Lake J'
l- a Archer-Tanner Funeral 'I t;
s Cemetery.
Vftlg&O" USDA CHOICE :: ;; ''d' PRICES GOOD Home was in charge of ar-I

... ___ THURS. .I!
BONELESS WED., Mr. Elloitt Is survived by his wife '
AUGUST 9-15 Francis D. Griffis and one son. ;
SIRLOIN TIP Richard Gittings. t\:\

.. Wiley W.Williamson,b. J'
., Mr. Wiley Williamson 69 resident '
$ 19 "" ,.f ,I of Hampton, died Thursday July 26. h i}
Ft. .-, 4 10P ; following an extended illness. Mr.
SAVE Williamson was born in Wilson N.C. '
::l., 'VALUE :. '. moving to Suwannee County at an fGj
SOc La. t't early age. He resided there until he
LB. I d- moved to Hampton in 1940 where he :
( \; has resided since Mr. Williamson /t: .
was in the refrigerating business until
SIRLOIN HALF t M29 health forced his retirement. Mr.
. i I.III I..
: QUANTITY RIGHTS Williamson was a member of the
RESERVED Jehovah Witness.
SAVE 'POLl. CHOPS $139 WINN-CHXIE STORES INCCNYAIGNT Survivors include his wife, Mrs. !t'
.. L/ 19r9 Mildred Williamson; three s:
R RA. AAa A.S daughters, Mrs. Virginia Bradley,
= Mrs Lillian Slade. Mrs. Gloria o j

Glisson. all of Hampton; four sons, j
all of Hampton, and Irvin Williamson
SIRLOIN TIP LI :189 WHOLE HOG of Norfolk, Virginia: three brothers. \ 'I
,. .., : Ollie Williamson,of Hampton oJ.0.of

W tt'BRANO USDA CHOtO'BtBf: NATURALLY AGED BLADE CUw: ..J Ii 1 1 Waldo L.V Williamson of ,.. ,
4," ,
J".C.A U SAGE Iister'' 'Mra'LJnnle "-
: one

CHUCK ROAST :' : : : :: I- 169' ._ j 1Q children Carroll, and of 4 Live great-grandchildren.Oak; 19 grand '

W O BRAND USDA CHOICE BEE' NATURALLY AGED AONE-IN' 1. Funeral services were conducted at
** 2 Sunday at the chapel of Archer.Tanner i
1-L9. Y p.m.
CHUCK STEAK( $189 TOP Funeral Home with Elder i
L VAE ROLL 1 ZOE Gilbert Crosley officiating. Burial ;

LB. ROLL '2" t td Suwannee County, with Archer-
12 .
MEAT $199 Tanner Funeral Home of Starke In
.. ..ors,., .. .. charge of arrangements

W-D .BRAND MARKET- .i t.. ., M i i

:r ?. $199 .. h SullieK.Brrrdrn.lll: "
: !
; LI BEEF' Ln : #e Mrs. Sallie E. "Hosier" Breedcn.. '

USDA INSPECTED w.D BRAND PURE HANDI) PAK s DIXIE 91, of Dade City, Florida a former
resident of Raiford.died Tuesday.July j
GROUND BEEF' 3 $439 PATTY 31,in a Dade City hospital.A native .:
P of Thomas County. Georgia she moved
MIX to the Dade City area 36 years ago j ,
from Raiford. Mrs. Breeden was a '
member of the New River United i '
SAVt SUPERBRANO Methodist Church and is survived by 2

Sour Cream ft; 39C $299 sons Roosevelt Rosier of Lacoochw. A
3 LB.
Fla., Willard Rosier of Dade City: 1
UTE & LIVELY COTTAGE PKG daughter Mrs. Margree llaygood of .
Cheese 2.-0. $12' Dade City; 16 grandchildren: great I
. cUP grandchildren, and 8 great great : J
6 Acs $1 129SAVE were held Friday. I i f1
Biscuits : August 2. at 2:30: p.m. in New River "
: Th Methodist Church In Uaiford with
70' KRAfT Fool SINGLES.Cheese hi' 't tP; Rev John Yarbrough officiating. : I
:;;E 199 CORN Burial followed In Sapp Cemetery. i ,
HARVEST 'RCSHCABBAGE Coleman & Ferguson Co. Funeral I
Directors. Dade City were in charge I.
Cfieeze Whiz ''tt $209 GREEN of arrangements. I t,k(
:, 14I
$ a '
:iKa: $ Id'".M. no"..11.3 .1
Ve veeta . t
David Wayne Senters Rowel! age 3,
of Apopka. Fla., passed away early I''
EAAAAA/rum Thursday morning In Orange
EARS 3 LARGE: $100 Memorial Hospital In Orlando,following i

HEADS an extended illness. lie was a p I
' SUPIRBRAND member of the Baptist faith. I 1!,
FRUIT FIAVORIDYOGURT ;, Survivors Include his parents Mr. \ i '
and Mrs. Wayne David Rowell; two i
,: ..." listers. Miss Michelle Senters. and I '

.'j911 :J. '-.:.LORIDA Kathy Rowell; one brother Curtis I'
Scnters; and maternal grandparents, :
JUMBO HONEYDEWS -. .. ..-,.:.,;]: 99c :SEEDLESS LIMES . . 20 M Mr. Earl Griffia, of Lochloosa. and I
'.1.f*' 1 U S. NO. 1 All PURPOSE Mrs. Edgyle Griffis of Starke; and

.6 CUPS: $100 WESTERN JUMBO CANTALOUPES .. ;,. J-; ,' '. 69c'' N:;> POTATOES . . .. .5& 69eSUNNY paternal Rowell grandparents of Hortense, Mr., Ga.and Mrs.Dave .. L

; ..:,;r"X' DELIGHT GRAPE C* Funeral services were conducted at '

SAVE 38 SALAD TOMATOES'j. -., /. '". 39C CITRUS' PUNCH . : . .SE 99 2 p.m. Saturday Funeral at the Home chapel, with of .. I IArcherTanner

? Rev. Shelton Rowell and Rev. Ray i
= : :,\'. 'J"1'i ...., .. Minger officiating. Burial was in '
'. f ,. ;> $ 99 Sapp Cemetery in Union County,with i' .
/ ., /.Turkey Ham ._.............._...._..It...._'............_...__.t,11\; ,\< ,,,1 Archer-Tanner Funeral in charge of .
WD BRAND ALL, MEAT SWANEE arrangements. t tj
? 'OS.D.A.XSRADS 'A' ,-*.... 'MA. suT

SLICEDl FLAVORED Ff.DB Breast !_......................_.... _::::. i;:.:;:,: : : {9 9c.. j .1::1I,
", Infant Baby Girl Duncan
MEAt ? ,12."I. r Infant baby girl Duncan,. bore( '
," F ''' .' $1 August 2.1979,died August 2, 1m j,
DRI I N K run s .NN VW.NN _............-...isuNNnANq .........-..."....-- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy was :
; '
'. B 0 to G N A M PORK BREAK'MST..1'UNK I' t *.nl.-.- $! a n Duncan Paternal of Lawtey.grandparents' Mr.t f

i .i. **.*"**sage NN.-...._...............;,.........., _.:0'. W..M...;...."._.. .-_.,. J& and Mrs Emory Duncan were LawteyJ"
l Gal. JuQ (: I >. ''i.-: Maternal grandparents were Mrs.
fr i '; :i 'V .1. r L'. '$249 Doris Moore and Mr. Clarence Moore'

I,. 1 2 Oz"' $119 9 9 snaileak:4.. / : ......'..a......... .._''' '......_...:..;_.....NNN.. of Starke. Paternal great-grsnd. t t\
.., I 11 : was Mrtv,.Gertrude Cruce of' i 7
t: OKAItMAYIItLJCECo! ,, ,,' 'i. 'i :., I 4'" ". -'l'II'dJ', i' parent I
'-:S "I iUI. .rl' )1./ .
Lawtey. i
I .Jio. : .. ;
.. .. "' \. .. ., f LS. ; $141
,.. ',, .. ....'II'. ........._=>\ ....._..._! ......_r.IJic ./... ............_._:'___ \ ; Graveside: funeral service was coo- {,"\
: ., ,. .
.. ,. ; < ,', ( ';J. 'iIII' ... "' .... ""' f" .. ducted at .m. Sunday at Sapp' \
N" ,. y'n\ i .. :!: .tS \ Cemetery Rev Mel Drake of.flctaUngArcherTanner .* -}
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f Starke Kec. Dept. A controlled scrimmage with and
Warner Men's SoftballIn
Rummage Sale Today Starke teams has been set for Satur
KRA men's Softball last week the
The SLarke Recreation
I will be having a rummage sale of old day. September stadium.8, The at Union highSchool's Keystone Pop Warner Baton Corps Bootleggers took over first place with ;,

] uniforms caps, equipment, etc at the is slated for the preseasonjamboree following applications are available at the KKA three victories Including a 24-41 romp

Pratt St. Recreation center today September 15 with all concession stand and Top of the aver the former first place Orioles. ;
Thursday August Saturday Haystack for anyone between ages Jeff Baits hit a seventh inning home
league teams playing and (he season
Items sale from 8-12 as of August 1, 1979. run to preserve an 11.10 victory for
on 9 a.m.-5 p,m. (include with games Saturday.Stptembt'r W-l
old uniforms and caps used by opens 22. No tryouts are required for the the Bootleggers over Jaycee Orani e. 13-3

city league teams. Baton Corps. Applications should be Frank Genest hit the game winning
for cheerleaders '-7
A supper players returned by August 15 at the concession single as the Dixie Dudes scored five
coaches and will be /held 5-I
parents on stand. For Information call runs in the bottom of the seventh Inn-

Union Pop WarnerPop Tuesday. August 21. at the RMC 473-2466 or 473-20f Ing to best the Orioles 94. 2.14

Warner football players should Training Building at 7 p in Details The Woodchoppers lost an oppur-
be announced at
remember to bring their birth certificates will registrationAll (tunity to move Into first place by los

to verify age at the formal players? and cheerleaders must Stunt and Tumbling Clink ing 11-6 to the number two team
be seven years old by August I I. 1979 Anyone interested in taking the
registration and weigh-in for Union coached by Chuck Bullock. ex.
and not 13: old by August I I. 1979 Stunts and Tumbling Clinic sponsoredby
County Pop Warner football at the payers the
Lake Butler City Hall on Saturdays. Football ( must weigh at least the Clay County Center for Community

August 11, from 10 a.m. to 12 floor:, 40 pounds and not more than ItS Education can register the
pounds by August 31. Thirteen year first night. August 13. StarkeSmallfry

Cheerleaders will also register at olds can lay if they weigh less than The Mondar' be held in the MinorThe
the time and and
same place with no
95 pounds, Keystone High/ School gym from 6-8
weigh-in required. Parents of playersand
cheerleaders will be p.m., August /1.1-17 A fee of $S per Suns who led the league from

sign a registration form. required to The following! teams will be formed child is required For Information call start to finish wrapped up a 15-1 get

fee for football this season/ : 473-2406: or 473.2068.Ftsltha11Spots: season with a 9-7 win over the Gators
Registration playersis Mighty Mites-ages 7-9 and in of three an
one special night games
$20 to for
pay game arid insurance .
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The for )
cost cheerleaders I is ( the
Junior Pee Wees-ages B 10
Applications are still available for
$5 to for insurance The
pay ;
cheerleaders will make Je'Klilhan HI' pounds all squads on Pop Warner football Suns,Galon 7 (Aug2)
or buy their
Pee Wees-ages !9-12 less of Suns-Link and Scott Johns 3
own uniforms, Any boy aged 8-12 as August I I. Bishop

than KM pounds 1079! can still sign up by calling' RS Bo Bishop 2 RS.GatorlJlmmy .

Practice for players and Junior Midget.-ages{( /10-13( 473.3947. If you have not signed up Younts 3 RS.

cheerleaders will begin Monday, less than 115; pounds come to the practice and get an application ; are

August 13, at 5-30: p.m. with football from the coaches. Practice Yankees- sIAug( 2) at

practice at the RMC field and For additional information contact begins at A p m. each night. Monday Yankees-Chris Simmons and Rick of

cheerleader practice silos to be an Mike Heurden. 4M-.162I! : or Fred C'umi through Friday. Practice started Kimutis 3 RS; David Elder Mel Sum- (

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horpenlno l servke. circular. engines and all types of Friday and Saturday. August stock AxokKt got. con, I
hand carbide, chain lawn mowers repaired Including 10. It. 319 W Lafayette St. St 90 each, IS". 24". Fruit 1
mower blada hollow ground '" Itpd 89SEVERAL tree*, Boxwood 10" ""

and Jackson balanced.Building leave don.Browder.reasonably.reborlng.964-9760. Henry Work 6/21 ( : iH; Q.inJ I : .I,"$ : : ifQfc ftjfftl!; ;' ;H.t'P\WAKTID': ; ( I R: "$Al.t : ITEMS Topper for St rose.90. on"", Plo IB" S3 root Sea stock our '': i

Stork. or Keystone Sits tfchg. "Tn '. __ r small make truck $100. Two S5 3" and $6.95. Shade "

TFrhg MOBILE HOMES Why pay BY OWNER 4 year old CB PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. EXPERIENCED OLDER NEWSPAPER ROll 10-sp..d Raleigh btk.., SSS tree hedge plant. :

BIRCH* IPM Pert Control more? Buy direct from foe home on I acre 3 '.. 2 nlshed efficiencies and 1 8R womon" to come In and RNDS.Several: available, each or both Tor SI00. hs camellia pe. plent*, hang <, ,
ALCOHOLICS Service, el Fie.. The March: I I. tory. Large election of 24, both oaf.le kitchen 23 ft. of apt., weekly. or monthly. babysit while mother various length, all either and her*. Phone 9W 8075, ing baskets, arid many
ANONYMOUS Phon. On To Rid Your Home ofNuisance 14. 12 wide. COMMUNITY real wood cabinet, completely NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS work. Reference 19" or 30" wide. Good for Joey Reee after $i30 p.m. mare O.C. CARNCB
964-9149 or T64-6587..TFchg Pest*. Call MOBILE HOMES SALES US paneled two car monthly only.' 2313 N. Temple quired. Phone 964-8483 r. children to color on. table Itpd 59BEAUTIFUL NURSERY SR 100 at i,

964-5534.6/21 TFN 301 North. Op.n 9 to dusk. 1 garage utility room, outbuildings Storke.. TFchg before I cover, .tc. BRADFORD Florohome." 23 mil.. SC of I '
IMOOILINO. UllDINO. to 6 Sunday. Phone paved _Ivay. p.m. Itpd 8/9 COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135 BLACK Labrador Starke. Phone 699-3165. f ; :

REPAIRS New kitchen, SEWING MACHINES 964.8741. TFchgGENTLEMAN'S S42.SOO. Phon. 9646086. MIMOSA MANOR mobile W. Call. Stork. TF Retriever AKC Registered, TFchg + I
batht. family rooms Brick REPAIRED All makes cleaned 8/2 2tpd 8/9 home pork mobile home HELP WANTED for kitchen professionally trained ri
block concrete. Fireplace oiled and adjusted. SIO. FARM and space for rent. Phon. and dining room Nor TROLLING MOTOR Won at house broken 830. f. W. FENCING All kinds. hog {
specialists. Crltfli Construe- Work guaranteed. Jams Custom-built mobile home SR 16 TOWARD PRISON. 168.2912.3/22: TFchgKITCHINETTESI man' Restaurant Waldo. Plggly Wiggly Never used Palmer 533-2194. 8/, 2tchg wire welded wire, barbwire

tlon. Phon. 473-3106 or Strickland corner Morgan on live acres, two-cor New 3 BR. 2 both, on on. 8/9 2tpd 8/16 still In package. $60 or best 8/16 wood chain link; free sir I
473-2978. TFchgIIAD'OIO Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchgFOUNDt garage and born fenced ocr. of land. Only 990.00 On. BR offer. Phone .....-6116 after YARD SALE Car wash estimate MANNINO
and pasture, for those who quality. apartments, pool TV, AC, LADY NEEDED to drive 6 p.m. TFpd refreshment served FENCE CO.. 473-4823.

SEPTIC TANK .. ::" on llmerock rood. Phone Payment as low o*S200 per utilities Included. Totally light truck. Help out In reasonable. 204 N. WaterSt. Koy.t_. TFchgALUMINUM ,, ..
SERVICE Bradford reslderi' : if1 :ri' ''' \ 7823056. Lowtey. 8/2 2tpd month. Phon. lob Norris furnished. Weekly' monthly small business. Must enjoy SEARS PREE-STANDING .. sponsored by United i. ,
tlol pump-outt $45. Commercial :,,1jt.I.. F.0 I"U' "D I 8/9 961.5533.6/2 2t
and Industrial. Fully '.. ."... L ':.:::', .:"'":''' .' 1I.S2 NEW MOONi 1969model. N. T.mpl. Ave, Storke. 'Itpd 89WANTEDt avocado $189. Phone .. Phone 9645312. newspaper plates 23 J 'I I
licensed. Phon. 9648131. MOBILE HOMIi Compact Phone 9647357. 8/2 2tpd 473-3903.7126 4tchg 8/16 Itchg 89'IIGIDAIII 5/Ix36". 29 cents each. : ,\
2 BR, 1 bath good .t.
condition. W/D appliance. 2 awnIng 8/9 Llv. In or daytime
Phone 9646969.: Itchg 8/9 8/2 Phone 96/-6805. *, c.ntrol heat and air. companion for elderly BRIC-A-BRAC SHOPt Just REFRIGERATOR TELEGRAPH. 964-6309. ,. '
WILL CLIAN YOUR OVIN for 2tchg 8/9
unfurnished. ROOM FOR RENT Furnished 21 North of TFchg I
Phone opening. Hwy
SI plus $3.75 for cleaner. woman. Must have valid Just reconditioned SI 90.
Phone 944-8719. 8/9 BY OWNER 3 bedroom. 2 %1.8696.8/2 4tpd'/23'' bedroom In large 4 BR drivers license. Phone Keystone Hi.. Ceramic, Phone 782-3209. Itchg 8/9 ; .,

Itpd MARY KAYCOSMETICS bath GE heat pump AC .... .. d .. ... .' home, In country kitchen 964-9200, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. plaque, doll., Indian Fresh ROUND cut.BALES SI 9 OF each.HAVl 80 n.'
MAKE YOUR TRAILER look energy" saving windows, ,O' ... '......,.. privilege SlOO/month In. Itpd 89CHRISTIAN Jewelry other Items. Phone UPRIGHT PIANOi Smith and .
Ilk. a home. Remodeling, larg. fireplace, larg. tingle" : ;' f , !
car :3/4 ocr. lot ,.,, washer. Phon. 4682919. one or all. !Phone 783-3140 !
addition.. screened garage 964-8191. Itpd 8/9
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to your home or Irall.r.'aul'l Starling several large. trees, near TFchg SEVERAL ITEMS 8200 BTU TFchg I
Framing Free Evening 4733092K Melrose, private access to 1967 CHEVY PICKUP $300 or TEACHER Must be Florida air conditioner.. $89; 150 DINING ROOM SET Table, 6 5 ;-I:: .1 j
Lok. Santa Fe. best WAREHOUSE OARAGEi certified. Call between 9 fuel tank $75 1974 FOLEYSAWSHARPENERond ..,
'estimate Call anytime. .| Big By appt. offer 1974 HONDA 360 gallon ; chairs, china cabinet, buffet .
y one Height
Phone 964-6013. TFchg only. Phon.173.1116dt.,6 Motorcycle, $490. phone SlOO/month with office. and 12 only. 964-6987. Itchg Chevy Station Wagon excellent table cover Phone set, hat been used very lit '
p.m. Itchg 8/9 964-8204. Ask for Ted. 8/2 Phone 964-6112 or 964-9261. condition. $1,290. 964-7261 oft.r 5 p.m. 8/9 tie JOE'S SAW SHOP. Phone ; I

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'I Union i Co' Adz ." ,." "" ft. and elec Couch and choir set, $40, .. -_.
i i l'iL ; unty cylinder good heavy form AC; one sleeping On SR 230.Well at the Keystone Bank parkIng .Vk
.. ,. truck. Phone 473-2873. Itpd room low price, AC: GOOD PRICES PAID for used tricity. Priced to tell. Phon. refrigerator. SIS: cloth... '
very lot beginning at 9
... ,. ..., .. .. "h" .... 8/9 UNDERWOOD MOTEL. US mobile home If mortgage 964-5876.8/9 2tpd 8/16 an August 11. Money will dishes, etc. 911 E. South St., r oj
CUSTOM MADI ,I.. "' ".. tNt f fI. 301, 4 miles North of Starke. 3/4 paid or mar. OLIN'S to our building fund for go 1 block off SR 100. 'Itchg 8/9 :

DRAPERIESiFrea ..lImat... 'fQ"Ji! I,\, i! Hill;t : IJBRICK } 1979 FORD MOO Custom TFchg MOBILE HOME SALES SEVERAL ITEMS Piano tape Keystone Christian Youth

local distributor for com. ..-. ."'''' ,,, pickup PS, AC AT .t.r_. 964-9606. Op.n 7 days recorder, radio table, Center. Lots of toys, plant., CHECKMATE SKI BOAT 16 'I washable nationally MOIILI HOME 2 bedroom. No equity take up TWO AND THREE BEDROOM weekly. TFchg conning |ors, book, baby furniture, tires, two ft., 119 Johnson engine,
advertised : HOME:3: bedroom 1 payment Phone 782-3321. mobile home Rentals with miscellaneous Item. Phone sliding glass doors and Gator trailer tilt-trim and I
.. saw Enterprises.Ed 1 bath; Air conditioning ondwater 1/2 bath 'In City on nice Itpd 8/9 option to buy. Inqulr. at of. WANTED Mobil. home ax- 964-8233 after 6 p.m. Itpd some bicycles Itchg 8/9 built-in gas tank. S2.900. i i
or Loma Stephens. On on. shaded lot.DOUBLEWIDE. fic. Whit.. Mobil. Homes, I.. and tire*. Will pick up.DUN'S 8/9 Phone 782.3768 before 8p.m. : 11
half ocre of land. $125 mo.. MOBILE PIT BULL PUPPIES' 5 male. 3 Itpd 8/9 : 1 i
496-2219. 3/1 TFN. 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 Hwy. 16 and. 223.7/26: 4tpd MOBILE HOME I IYA.D
first and last month In ad HOMEi3 2 both female, each.
bedroom. : S29 Phon. :
9 9645606. GARAGE SALIt lake
cylinder, speed overdrive 8/16 SALES Open 7 Crystal i t'I:
CLAIKES SAW SHOPS Complete vance. No kid., no pet, no located on choice lot in Lok. transmission needs timing day a:week. TFchg (Lakevlew and Oak), 964.7085 after 9pm. 8/9 SALE) Thursday Frl.
sharpening service. drunk Call 4962308. 8/9 Butler Own.r will finance. chain. Make offer. Phon. TWO BEDROOM apartment: Miscellaneous household 2tchg 616SEVERAL day, Saturday 9 o.m. to 4 h ;

hand circular mow.r TFN. FRAME HOME:3 bedroom 1 964.6116.TFpd apply at 870 McMohon St.. TOP CASH PRICE PAID for Items, Cloth., chair ITEMS Reconditioned p.m.Nodealers. Itchg 8/9 ii i 1 1 -

blades, chain saws, leave at 1/2 both In subdivision.Near Starke, 8/9 TFchgDOU.UWIDI coin., sterling dental gold lamp Saturday and Sun Ford 8N Tractor. i* t .
12 70 MOBILE
a HOME 3
Crews Building Supply Lake school. 1941 WILLIS ROADSTER body rings GF scrap jewelry, day. 10 to 6 p.m. Phone SI.990; Two bottom plow GARAGE SAlEi Saturday I 7 '
Butler. 7/3 TFN. bedrooms, 2 full bath; fur. Maine Real II.tot..I.oltor. With Chevrolet 390 4 barrel MOBILE chains, optical frames, 4733558. OH 100 to C18. and 16 disc harrow $330; Aug. II, Cedar wardrobe; : .3 i I'

nished. Nlc. yard; highway 496-1978 convertible, mags. Hurst HOME 4 BR CH/A. 1978 watch bands, etc. Phon. J. follow sign. Itpd 8/9 Central air and heating unit port-o-crlb; tricycle; 1 'tladi. '
USE THI LAUNDRAMAT at frontage on two ocr., $165 hitter, racing corn. "Haul. model. mi. south of Hamp R. Bulllngton 964-6390. $700; warehouse pallet. $2 clothing boy, girls and ,\\I
Hwy. 100 by the Handy-Way. mo plus deposit. Coll NEW LP RECORDSiStereo A". $1.900. Phon. 964-9613 ton on SR 235 Includes. 34'! TFchg GARAGE SAlEi Saturday, 10 each plus several jalousie ... Baby Items and much ,' .
W. have a wash dry fold 4962842. Itchg 8/9. major labels, major artists, or 9646252. Itpd 8/9 acr. of land. S189 mo. plus a.m. until. Everything must window best offer. Phone more 1416 Randall St.. 'I
service: ,29 p.r Ib. Attendant factory fresh, factory seal security deposit. 964-7240 or BUYING JUNK BATTERIES go. SR 16 East Wainwright 964-9104. Itpd 8/9 Green Acre. 9 a.m. to 9 '4
on duty. TFN 2 BR TRAILERiwIth front ed. 50 cent to 20 cent to 1967 MERCEDES BENZ en- Inquire at 536 N. Walnut. and radiator Paying top Produce Stand. Itpd 8/9 p.m. Itpd 8/9 .;
porch and A/C; water, volum. buyer. Writ.: P.O. Will TWO ITEMS Air conditioner .
cellent condition. $2,790. 8/2 2tpd 8/9 prices. pick up. Phone
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE tewer furnished. Shaded Box 1949. Rockford III. Phon. 933-3002. Itchg 8/9 782-3762. TFchg SEVERAL ITEMS F..d.r and cedar wardrobe for FOR SALE % Fresh killed : :

TRAP cleanouts. N.w lines, 'lot.ed. Furnished$100 or unfurnUh- 61110. 7/191tchg 8/9. FIVE BEDROOM 3 bath pig; one nanny goat; sale. 715 N. Walnut St.. beef. .....7679. Itchg 8/9 l

reasonable, Jo. Forsyth per mo. Call home '25O/m nth. $190 WILL BUY JUNK CARS and qu..n-sise b.d from., phone 9648091. Itchg 8/9
4311022.(: All business appreciated. 496-3907.819 TFN. .1 FACTORY fresh factory Ads Get deposit. Phone 964-6112 8/2 trucks Call Warren almost new Phon. GET YOUR COPY of the 2'" Gl Black and whit. ,;. :
3/31 TFN sealed n.w LP stereo 2tchg 8/9 964-7971 TFchg 7823906. Itchg 8/9 Television, S97 Worksgod. .
3 BR, 1 1/2 BA MOBILE albums, Assorted Rock pop Bradford County Telegraph J
Phone 782-3020.
,HOMEOn of land. Results CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We still Itpd
on. ocre and Soul. $10 plus $1 handle
my $150 first and have few copies. left In theoffice.
mo. last and Send a
days. Call 4311772. Itchg ing shipping. cash Home, 2 baths 3 miles WANTED. 964-8429. 8/2 Ch.rry St. Thr. familial A-- : J .
8/2. month In advance, Call check or money order to ,... ". .. .. .. ". South off US 301; Crosley 2tchg 89WANTED clothing furniture, baby 139 W. Call St. Don'tmiss I '
out this Issue! You'lly.t
496-2308. 8/9 TFN. Records Unlimited P.O. Box on PANELING I
I Ii Subdivision last house on Items, roll bars, household
., ... 'd. 1949, Rockford III. 61110. i '''tIjrt( f1f"" 'i : Adult TO RENTS House In Items ond much more. 102 page of pur. Brad .
--' '' '', : t. only. 8/2 2tpd I'
1 100 back ( ;,,,,.., ,,. J..f.! : egg ford County history for only
:. ... .. p.rc.nt money I ". .. . .. ... country not too far from Friday/Saturday August 10 $1. TFpd CENTER
: 'SAj'C, j -" "' If returned In 10
.t" ; ; guoront. town for$30 o month, Prefer 11.8 a.m. to 9 p.m.ltpd 8/9
..... ., ;
I. WANTEDPIANOiReasonably day If seal 1 I I. not broken REAL NICE APARTMENT TWO BEDROOM.APART* electricity but not YARD SALE Friday and P Paneling Molding Ig : ;
.. ... ,
'" '-" 7/194tchg8/9. On. bedroom, first floor MENTt Contact Tactile' I want to be able LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor Saturday S.v.ral families I
.. .. :: :::;: .. __".I Boa necessary. Kitchen Cabinets I
MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY with front porch. No 341 N. Temple, Stark. Itpd to raise some chickens and lawtey. Phon. 782.3182 tools (machinist garden I,
160 $. Lak. Av.., Lake priced HOUSE FOR SALEiBy owner children no pelt. Phon. 8/9 a few hogs. With pump and weekday alter 6 p.m. or yard carpentry); dishes; Counter Tope ? rr# :
Butler' 4963978. Complete used. Good condition. Call 3 bdrm.. I 1/2 bath., concrete 9648071. Itchg B/9 good outdoor toilet. Writ. anytime weekends. TFchg furniture; clothes 924 N. Vanities I r 1
Insurance block Also hove Hon FURNISHED Wilkes P. O. Box Walnut St.. Itpd 8/9 y
Service. TFN Stephenson. 496-2398. llchg APARTMENT 2 May 1204
8/9 do CB400 4 cyl., $69O. Con. ONE BEDROOM furnished' BR. living room;kitchenette, Gainesville' Fla. 33601. B/9 AKC REGISTERED GERMAN I FREE S F J 1III" t
EVERYONE IS INSURABLSi tact Roger Cochran 1170 apartmentt, $I 05 per bath lights, water furnish 2tpd 816'iii SHEPHERD F.mol. 13weekt : I '
Immediate coverage by S.W. 4th T.rrac., lake month first and last. Phon. .... No children or pets. old. Phone 964.8091. .Furniture Refinishlne ] ESTIMATES'

phon.. JOE USHER Butl.r 8/2 2tpd 8/9. 964-7521.8/9 2tchg 8/16 Phon. 9645033. 'Itpd 8/9 $90. 8/2 1
; Patio/Walk Stones
AGENCV496-2I26 or [iII I : ] t 1 ]' VAUGHN-JOHNSON "
Touch and SewOne I
kitchen equipped. In coun living room I BR kitchenette years old $SG. Call
of Singer's finest. Does buttonhole try. Plenty of shade andgarden. children CHAIN LINK 4311900. 8/9 Installation
.: LOSTi Miniature mole Collie bath. No FENCE a uo S. Thompson5t.I I
MISCELLANEOUS I lost' 28 *, blind hem Phon. 964-6891 or or pets. Phon. 964.5033. material. Do It yourself and
July ,
>.., ., ,.. ... vicinity
.' "H., ,--.."... .'. '"','','' .,'- .' Store at Worthlngton monograms, decorative stitches 473-3637. Itchg 8/9 Itpd 89IAM'SON save. Installation available.' 24 FT. SELP-CONTAINED SUNSHINE ACRES Old Coce Cots Plant9B45711'
Please call collect etc Sold new, Free estimate. HandyMan Concord Camper for tale. 8
WHITS MALI POODLEFree $499.90. Balance du., BRADFORD YILLAGI LAKEi Self- Co. 964.8999. TFchg ft. aluminum camper shell. 964.7699
to I
nom. Shelby. contained trailer the
to good home. 2 years old. 153.80 or $13.00. on
(Taking opplication Phone 964-7971 8/2 4rchg
4962671. Itchg 8/'. I Itpd 8/9. month. Will take old.r for vacancy coming lake. AC use the dock.Couple IAHIA HAYi Argentina 8/23 ..... IE1 f11 t

machine as part payment.For On. BR preferred. By week .
: LOST! Black Angus Cow. up.) furnished highly fertlllied. Phon.
free home trial call year.
WATERSBULLDOZING AC walled garden patio. 964.6071
Dukes/Worthlngton area. G'vllle, 376-4466. 8/9 2tchg Phon. 964-8601 TFchg 964-6408 or 964.8416. Itpd TFchgWATSON'S Hou. broken. Free to good Lkensed Broker or Licensed Salesperson
Call 496-3907. Itchg 8/9. 8/16. ./9 home Phon. 431.1960, 8/3
brands of
Bulldozer Work SLIDE-IN CAMPERi 10 1/2 ft. bedroom house Many Your own full-lime Franchise In Real Estate, right 'in this
married carpet AC heat, fenced new vacuum. Used PIGSl $29 each.
Large or Small : frgit1: ; i pickup; Shower toilet, couple only. $120: monthly. yard kitchen appliances machines available. Parts Phon. 964-6928. Itchg 8/9 area. And NO franchise charge National Company
.1 I oven electric/gas refrlg. Available August 10. Phone! furnished. No children noamlnal and accessories for all established In 1900 largest In it*field. All advertising all
*Lard Fill Good condition..5600. 964-9417. Itchg 8/9 *. S200 forms Professional
security vacuum systems. 404 NW signs, supplies furnished. Training
PondaWILBURWATER 1968 JEEP WAGONEERA/C; 496-3393.: Itpd 8/9 deposit SI79 monthly in advance. 10th Ave.. Gainesville, Help Wanted and Instruction given for rapid development .. from Startto

4-wheel' drive; power steerIng TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on 746 N. Thompson St.. phon. 376-7110. TFchg Applications Are Now SucceSS. Nationwide advertising brir." .. tO"
Stork. Phon. 9647444 or t
pow.r brakes. Fair con N. Cherry St. Adults. No Everywhere. Can qualify" ? You must t
FREEZERPlace your order at 964-9070. Itpd 8/9 DO DROP IN House Taken For you
dition. $750. Clinton chainsaw Bargain Being Times
"..".. heavy duty. Good con 4962408. On. bushel with pots Phon. 933-2292. B/9 US 301 South W. buy and excellent character (bondable). soles obili, ,'y t 'i'
eaO W, M....on at ...*. dition. $89. 4963032. 8/9 hamper $7.00 Without REGISTERGAS sell used furniture. Phone Union Paper Rt. Call ly responsible.' Commisslon-volum. oppar *y I r I .

884-8725 Bus. 2tchg 8/16. hamper, $679. Itchg 8/9. 964-6740 9 to 5 woman couple or team That CanS, > o' ,ft '
964-5 ,
UNFURNISHED TWO or thr. AND OIL Mon.-Thurs.. 9 to 6 Fri. and 165 Mon. Fri. without obligation. 4
0g4-e041 Horn
__ ___ BR house, close to town. Sat 3/1 TFchgTIAM'OLINII \, .:; IIi i
m JOt 1 TV" SI.
$130/month. first and last. .**,!.. 9am.5pm :

Phone 964-7921. 8/9 2tchg tM-SIU New round t.;: .

SEWING MACHINES"SINGER 8/16 list $99999, sale $319.99. Must Haw D.p.ndr61.rnntpon.tloo .
GOLDEN LP Bottles 8x12 list $399.99. sole
TOUCH AND SEW' A $24999. Phone 1-778-3227 Ana Mull P.O. Box 894-H i r' I ,,

Large Or Small Jobs One of Singer'. finest but. Free Estimate Motor Homes Filled Jax. TFchg Pot Cast Bond I' !;


Work Ion hole*, blind h.", WIIeks.lB- Whr .. ". .. .. 'f'I.,
monograms, decoratlvet. 1. <1 ..,..
TIm t
etc. Sold new for $499.90.Balance SIDE WALKS '
Foundations TtM ..
due 153.80 or $13/ LANDSCAPE 6

*Top Soil I t' per machine Will partial take' older pay' Caffa need a loan to buy a house.? 4We're


JIMMY MAflTIN 964-5230 call ment.Gainesville.For free, home 3764466.trial!, [ SERVICE r..I.I.}} ..51 Home Loan = \' ;

2" Thru 6"'
782-3354 :
Fast Rotary; '
Drilling Equipment a

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Records & Tapes

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TV-Sales & ServiceDANIMIER'S We've loaned more than Our friendly courteous p .

PROPERTY AVAILABLE New A U.edSalesParts.Service< $100 million helping staff would like to help you. ."

10 Acre with 2 house'near Orange Lake. Inc. thousands of families in We're an equal housing ;

Rlerfront property on Santa Fe. north central Florida obtain lender and applications are' "
Residential in city of Lake Butler. E-Z Terms '
S Trailer space with city hook-.p. 964-7923 ...................... .home loans tailored to meet taken without regard to 'f .;;' i.

.Plu Imbinq! their owif special needs. race,, creed, sex or national, origin .!: ,
J BR home fronts 2 streets. Fla. room with exposed beams;"large eat-In kitchen ... ,.

;dining room. Large back yard. Ideal for children. 110 E. CallSt.Phonograph New Installation Simply call the Guaranty Federal office close to you .. i :k l '

2 BR CB horn with attractive yard decorative patio makes this Ideal home for rVeed/es, Gainesville 377-3344. Keystone Heights-473- 952 @ \ J'$ '
plant (10\',,,. Dishwasher stove, drape A/C are some of the extras. Remodeling Repairs'Durrt1Mr11 Starke-964.5000 Lake Duller Y'
...................... 496-3614 IIHAt MO.tM. ; ..
Nice' residential with trailer hookup In city. MOOILI HOME .J

J BR trailer, on 2 lots :200' or more; street frontage.WORTLLINGTON SERVICE POtES ... v.omeoiay With Us I t

SPRINGS rederal li?
: i do AMP PUMP A SUPPLYCOMPANY Guaranty : :

:3 BR i ./2 "bath trailer on 21/2 b..ulilulloti. Trees and shrubs make far extra M#$ : ,
attractive location-Private road lends1 to make this site extra special. v".. { I
,Call Now For Appointment To See 200 AMPs t I )
Jane S. I'sher Realtor 804 N. Temple! A.vv S ; '

,A 360 West:Main Street aVlngS. :We'll Stay With/ You Y f

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hardest work done by any foot- gram has been good again this year," go to lighter weights for some of the regimented ail during the school year
ball team might be the off-season said Union High Head Coach Jimmy guys," the Indian mentor said. The and that's"enough. e
workouts of summer. Thomas The Tiger weightroom has routine changes nightly. "One nightwe
At least it can seem that way when been open four days a weck-12 hours a might work on the upper body,the "It's better for them to come when
athletes have to muster enough day and eight hours on Fridays, "We next time we'll do legwork, the next they want and when they can so we're
discipline and willpower to push concentrate on strength during the night mostly bench presses." not making them sacrifice in the sum
I themselves physically while friends summer and let the kids work on After lifting the players In atten- mer. So many of them have summer
I and family are enjoying the sun and agility on their own. We try to get as dance usually take to the field with jobs or are working on the farm for r
fun of the school vacation months. many of the kids up here with us and Valentino for agility drills such as their parents that they just couldn'tall !
All three area high school football with each other as possible, and, rope runs.Veteran. get together for workouts as a
coaches have left the doors to the we've had good participation this Bradford High boss David team. We do like to have as many as '
school weIght rooms open this sum summer." llurse goes in for more Individual possible work out together though. e YM
mer and reminded players that work Keystone Coach Pete Valentino Is work and less supervision than the They get more done in small groups." r
in the dog days cf summer can reap another who believes in the group others The Tornado weight room is open
great rewards in the fall. workout scheme, lie supervises five days a week.
"We've had strong weightlifting workouts four nights a week "We try to regiment them as little Hurse also said his passers and
programs here over the last few years "Everybody goes through pretty as possible during the summer," receivers had been working together
and I think our summer weight pro- much the same routine, of course we Hurse explained. "They're "pretty consistently" this summer.

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Raccoon Rules Change

TALLAHASSEE Responding tc (use of any area any more Ulan is '.
i sportsmen's groups, the Game and necessary," he added as he made the
SAWYER SLADE GAS Fresh Water Fish Commission voted recommendation the board accepted.
Friday.July 27,to amend 1979-80 hun- Under the amended coon
ting regulations on the Big Cypress hunters will be able to use a 410
Management Area. shotgun with shot no larger than *$
I and a .22 pistol or tingle shot rifle usIng -
APPLIANCE CENTER i :: Fred Stanberry, director of the short cartridges for hunting rac.
; : Division of Wildlife,told the Commissioners 'coon In the area.
that historically, raccoon Raccoon hunting will be permitted
;* > hunters had been able to use ipecif led on the Big Cypress area from October
332 W. Madison. 964-7701 Starke, Ra;' firearms at night to hunt raccoons on 1 through February 17 and only In the
jf, ( the area. Stairstep Deep Lake and Bear Island
"We do not want to construc pubpc ,r, ..units', of the, area. .. I1

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