Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04164
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04164
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the bending of branches and the and onlookers followed (the Two new ttfeohone poles on Bridge
1 ,' creaking of 82-year-old boards were procession. Clapping and offering St. and Water SI. had to be upsraiMng
pI r 4 Y rt the sounds beard early Wednesday the wires to 38 feel .1w feel
4 l' li5 + + 1 support to the movers and utilities up
e I'' it 4 f tyr : ai morning along Bridges Street, as the Workers.. higher then the church. In addtthm.
ti 6 ry'ni First Presbyterian Church began Its residents along the route were without
WAfrd w, vy.n I k hllf-mile trek W it'" new location. on Heart pine boards in the structure power temporarily when utlUUea .
: w,,. Bessent Road "j'O' creaked but seemed none the worse worker had to disconnect line, to
The40,0oo pound:th'urch.where services for wear once it got,rolling. The old Individual home
have been held sine I88d, rode chapel and steeple. will join two new The procession got rolling about
steadily but slowly down Bridges buildings that have been designed and 8:30: a.m., with the steeple following
street !then down Water street and built to resemble the elder church. the church and the
1nY ,) tAY through a parking lot out onto Call member all smiles.congregation
IM street The moving process took almost On Monday, an unsuccessful were
\ .. --l- ii the entire day aid cost $9.600. attempt at loading the steeple onto the Since so many historic. and aeIlho+
I Wires! alone, to make room for the 40 actually is. One crane couldn't get the down these ct..fl"t1\ec-hurcb. ;; member:
loot wide structure, was $1,000 of tile Mceple up. and on Tuesday, another of First Presbyterian. ""' know ,hat
total. crane was brought, this time gettingthe saving the beautiful old church was
A.crowd of congregation members historic steeple firmly In place well worth the cost and the time spent

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County:: '"blueprints" for Immediate response will be to Impair the efficient administration of \ j
reapportionlng space In the top floor answer Judge Yawn's order to show justice \.
'legal section of the new courthouse in cause why the restraining'order' The county commission for yearspest
4 plan devised Monday were thrown should not,be made permanent.In has provided other agencies with \
I into a tailspin Tuesday by a space'' on the judicial floor of the
restraining order, Issued by Chief his order. Judge Yawn states the courthouse without any legal requirement .,
Circuit: Judge Theron A. Yawn, apace In question IS required for the that it provide such tIIe-
baiting the use of a grand jury room use of the circuit and county courts for order states, apparently referring to I
""by thestate; 'attorney' and Yawn's'' judicial and court related purposes. the offices of the Parold and Probation I
<:.former. offices,by the public defender. The appropriation of the apace and Commission.proposed action
"It's going to be a hot potato I tell diversion to other uses would of the county commission would be '
1 <"-MP county attorney Dudley Hardy Interfere with the proper functions of unnecessary" by the assignment of .' :,"'
battle the courts Impede them In the discharge such space to the stats attorney and '
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AltorsHardy'hi. 20'days
Tuesday"Hi which to file a written
response to Judge' Theron Yawn's
temporary restaining order stoppingthe
county commission from _
allocating space In the courthouse to
the state attorney and public defenderas
all parties agreed to Monday, July
10. The commission decided Monday a ,
morning to give two rooms assigned ii
to the county judge and an adjacent 4..
staff lounge to the public defender fora ,1
satellite office, and to carve the
present grand jury room Into offices
for the satellite office of the state %

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The commission's Monday action
Moving the 92-year-old First Presbyterian Church from Cherry Street to the new location would be unnecessary if offices of the
on Bessent Road posed some problems nothing a little determination couldn't resolve, Probation and Parole Commission,
though. not required by law to be furnished by
the county, would be given to the en-
larged legal staff Judge Yawn pointsout _
in his restraining order.As .
he let It be known through legal J.R.Jim( ) Lawson signs up Tuesday to run for the lwo-rir unexplrrd .
No Recall circles prior to Monday's decision District 3 school board term of resigned school board member Art llollida}'.
about the grand jury room. Judge Supervisor of election Neva Flynn at left checked with the Governor's office
'f H HHVMBMVVVMBKHlHMaWMKBM KHVHMMIMMIWVMMHampton Yawn now chief judge of the Eighth to lee If(io". Reubln Askew has accepted llolllday's resignation. (.av, Askew
Judicial Circuit headquartered in accepted the resignation effective July.
Mayor and 4 Councilmen Resign Posts Alachua County, had previously
objected to cutting up the grand jury

In .somewhat, surprising move and A.C. Dennison announced their regarding the '"Insulting cartoons"that that room the Into grand-jury offices. Yawn room pointed has space out 7 Qualify for Vote |'I ISeven
Hampton Mayor 'William: Summers, resignations at Tuesday night's were posted earlier at the town for 18 jury members plus accompanying .
and Councilmen Ernest hall
City regular city council meeting.The attorneys and witnesses, plus "
Greene, John X, Allen, Donald Helle.MONDAY. 1
move by the five city officials The engineering; firm used by the two restrooms for jurors to use candidates qualified for next theaI'M from New York In New York p
made the recall election that the city, Sverdrup& Parcel, of Gaines without leaving the room. Attorney fall's Bradford county elections In the did social work wasa k
Hampton Concerned Citizen's Council ville, was mentioned by Summers Hardy points out the grand jury roomIs first day of qualifying Tuesday July 'Olin psychiatric and did building construction ',
has been working on unnecessary.The also. "If I was with Sverdrup & only in use about five percent of the teacher for IS He served one term '
will wait for Parcel, (Concerned Citizens) time. 11.Three years. ,
Concerned Citizens you school board candidates and Council in the 1960' \
the primary election on September 12 would have a $100,000 libel suit on "That's almost unrealsaid four county commissioncandidates on Incumbent Lawtey'City Arthur Gasklns. 43.figures ,
to try and put the candidates of their your hands for comparing their commissioner Dave Shuford when qualified Tuesday at the Supervisor ofEJectlon'l to run for the district one slot :'
choice in office. excellent, water system work to told Monday afternoon by Hardy, the office at the courthouse.Four Gaskins Is finishing his tint i
buying the Brooklyn Bridge for county attorney, that Judge Yawn intended school board seats are open again. up 4
of office.
Allen and Greene's terms in office term :
S3.000. to Issue the restraining order. while two commission seats will be
W Y Vr are due to expire In September, and in Shuford had said Monday morning ,contested in the elections that start
their resignation statements they said The citizens offered no apology be- would make a good test case if Judge with the first primary September 12.
that the resignation would be effective cause, as citizen Bertha ,McIntosh Yawn objected to the commission's
for the
Qualifying races ends July 25 I'
JULY 17 July' 13. Helle. Dennison and pointed out "We were not enemies decision. at noon. .. (
COVEREODISHSUPPER Summers were not up for reelectionthis with the mayor and the council; we "Tell him to Issue the order and ."i.WllWJW
September, and their resigna- were merely fighting,the expensive we'll to court with It." said ''h.
Elks* ElkttttS tions will not go into effect until system" that you were trying to put commissioner go George Roberts. "Ifhe'

Supper 7p.m.M..tingS September 13, the day after the I in. running the courthouse let him -

p.m. election. City Councilman Ted Curtis, the pay the bills" Roberts added. MIrh' "i
The reasons for leaving were listed only council member not to resign' Yawn came In from vacation to :
Sc. SCHOOL BOARD on each city official's statement, and said that, he will confer with City Issue the temporary restraining r'.Q' 1 1',"
7 p.m.HOSPITAL they all followed the same course, I.e., Attorney Richard Welty and hold a order,delivered to the Sheriff's Office r
they were not in agreement with the special meeting{ Monday, July 17, at here last Monday afternoon.. The ''h
BOARD Installation of water system number 7:30: 'p.m. to discuss steps that will order was served on County Clerk Gib t
;, TRUSTEES three. The citizens of Hampton votedin need to be taken as a result of the new Brown and commission chairman iTIrN011rN ':' t
'; 7 p.m. number three, the minimum developments.\ E.W, Hodges Tuesday morning. ,
: system required by state standards, Attorney Hardy, given a 11.000 retainer .
in the June 13 referendum election. Besides the"'city councilmen and Monday afternoon by the j
TUESDAYJULYisSTARKE The mayor and Councilmen had mayor positions that will be open In county commission, says he expects
recommended and backed system the September election the city clerk'and the'.ease' first to turn Into a fact-
COUNCIL number one the maximum system town marshal posts will also be finding hearing. Hardy was just { ,
that would have Included fire Anyone wishing to run for theseIces
,/ 7p.m. pro. t-elZinninlllepl: research on the case y
teethE and the greatest capacity for ( should qualify before July 25. Wednesday morning and said then hedidn't ,. :
future expansion 'Qualifying fees for council are f IS, for yet know where the county /
WEDNESDAYJULY I If : Summers' statement city clerk$90, and for marshal $300. stands, at....Pit 8p"tier t :0': '
the most of the was All positions- q lre ,a petition with, By law; the county Is required to Beets Second Term ;;.. "
explicit group. It read : ''
ten signatures. o.School Board "
WORK SESSION "I've already compiled more than provide and pay for space for the en-
On County Budget enough for my book: 'How to Be a The Concerned Citizen's1 Council larged office. for the state attorney Local: Civic Leader Pat Spengler 'f ,,,.
a p.m. Hypocrite in Three Easy Parts By mentioned several' candidate. a* and public: defender, either Inside of was the only early qualifyer\ for Tier '
not making a little cooperative sacrifice possibilities in the upcoming election.For the courthouse or otherwise. Several Vernon E.Olin District a school board spot. Mr.. : 'IV'!
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now by voting for No. 1, city council, they are Mrs. Lola attorneys questioned in the past few Seek DUt. 1 Spengler is first !. '>' -
i Q!ununttu Hampton's growth has been Williamson. Hank Lott. Bud Slade weeks say they doubt Judge Yawn has School Board Seat four year term on the Bradford school ; I
stunted for years to come. I severely couJdn !t Chuck Rollins, and Mr, WUma jurisdiction over how the space Is board she ousted veteran board:''
Elate Hank stand such a steady diet of baloney.'" McDanlel. allocated as long as It is allocated l In a Vernon E, Olin qualified to run' for member H.A. Lawson In 1974. '
_..Mm,........ere Jane Halt will run for city clerk,and reasonable manner. But they all say the District 1 seat on the school board. The District position .Is open rOI''. 'I f
a r.sawar. .' .. The mayor also asked the Ted Curtis will try for the city. council. they are not certain exactly what the The Democrat has lived In Starke for two year after Arthur Holliday re- t
a.e..a Nerq cer.: Concerned Citizens for an apology chairmanship again;" legal ramifications are. 13 years after retiring and moving to (See Page al.p.n.wsas.g ':


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Rhonda Shower Edwards Honoree ff <64.ide @IIte eMw !

Min Rhonda Edwards, bride-elect
was honored at a bridal shower &
Saturday night given by Mrs. Leroy
Norman and Mrs Larry Mercer at -'- --'-
4 PI the home of Mrs E.G. Dukes on Pinewood -
Drive. MYF Members Take
The refreshment table was covered
with a beige lace cloth and centered Weekend RetreatEleven L
with a four branch silver candelabra. M.
Punch and cake were served. members of the Methodist
Games with prizes were enjoyed by Youth Fellowship enjoyed a three day
the 20 guests which included the retreat at Cormetb Retreat House at
mother of the honoree, Mrs. Curtis New Smyrna Beach from Friday to
Edwards.The Sunday.Enjoying. c
hostesses presented Miss the outing were: Allison
Edwards with a crock-pot as a r" and Stacey Denmark, Eollne and
memento of the occasion. Nelson Green Vickie Carver, Mary
Anne and Kevin Miller Doug
[ yK Reddish Jay Eaves, Pat Mundorffjand '(
Rhonda Edwards, '' Greg Thornton,
Carolyn Roller Accompanlng the group were: Mr,
Brian PullingTo t and Mrs.Don Hardenbrook, Mrs. J.E.
Carolyn Roller, Denmark, Mrs. Doyle Crews, and
Wed July 22 Mrs. Nelson Green.
Roger ReddingTo II

Wed Miss Rhonda' Edwards and Brian Mrs. Roy ClemonsHas I i :>-i
Sept. Pulling will be united in marriage '
Sheila Foster Joseph Co* .
Saturday July 22, at 2 p.m. at the Surprise
Mr George Roller of Lawtey First United Methodist Church with a
announces the engagement and reception. following at the Woman's Sheila Foster, ;} Birthday Dinner ;JtlJi
approaching marriage of his Club.
daughter Carolyn Violet, to Roger All friends and relatives are invitedto Joseph Cox ". !t. Clemons
Mrs. Roy was pleasantly
Alan Redding, son of Mr. and Mrs. attend.
,.r: surprised at a last
L.A. Redding of Lawtey. for To Wed July I .29 ;''i"i J ,Friday evening on her birth held "
Is Friday,
wedding planned
The ALVARKZ-NORCRO88 WEDDINGSETSATVRDAYJULYIS rat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy f: ..; e
Sept. 1, at 8 p.m. at the Evergreen
Church in Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. John Foster of Eglin Newman at Keystone Heights. '
Baptist Invitedto AFB announce the engagement and. Attending were all seven of Mr. and ".I 4 ssi
All friends and relatives are
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Alvarez approaching marriage of their Mrs. demon's children and their .. ., ;/ :.
attend. cordially Invites all friends and daughter Sheila Marie, to Joseph families: Mr.and Mrs Gene Norman, -i- I'' ,'' ,f r d SIC
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......... relatives to attend the wedding of Edward Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Brenda DeVoe, Mr. and Mrs. .' ''1;' ', (
their daughter, Linda Sue Alvarez to Mr. and Mrs. 'tic y
Henry E. Cox of Starke. Jimmy Nugent, Jimmy t 't' ;
Spec. 4 Joe C. Ricks Jr. of Fort Gary C. Norcross of Ocala, Saturday The wedding will take place demons and Bud Clemons, all of '';' ? .-.
Bragg, N.C, was home for the Fourth July 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the First Saturday, July 29 at 2 p.m. In the Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Millsof 1t: ,,' I
weekend to visit his family Mr. and Baptist Church of.Raiford. First Baptist Church of Valparaiso, Lexington Park, Md.BIRTHS. d" ;
Mrs.Dyal Baldree and Robie at Lake Everyone Is also Invited to attend Valparaiso, Fla ;
Geneva, Mrs. Sylvia Wheeler In the reception following the wedding Miss Foster is a 1978 graduate of ''t Mj.ft1!
Starke and Mrs. M.B. Overstreet at ceremony at the Raiford Community Nlceville High School '
Keystone Heights. Center. Mr. Cox Is a 1975 graduate of Brad rlr. ;
ford High School and is currently In
the US Air Force stationed at Eglln I IA4s
AFB. Mr and Mrs Edward Randolph Jr. ::::
"* of Starke announce the birth of a
.,. ............I I daughter; Angelia Kaye June 30 in wmMr. -
Alachua General Hospital. Maternal .
I Formerly The Branding Iron Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism and son. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Anthony Wilson CJ
Robin, spent last week at Clearwater James A. Peterson. Great grandfather ?
Now Open Under New Management Beach. !I'Jim McDaniel, all of Starke. Rosie Hudson -Anthony Wilson 3B1

Dwight Slaters Married June 3 in Lawtey':1')

Home Cooking Specials For
Macedonia Church of Lawtey was carnation. :-q

Food ft Seat the setting for the wedding Saturday Evelyn Aldridge, cousin of the
Breakfast June 3, at 4 p.m of Rode D. Hudson, bride, and LaTara Austin were the IO'
Open daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Henderson flower girls. Lloyd Martin, cousin of .
u4Dinner 7AM.12PM.. u.s. 301 Q. Hudson of Lawtey, to Anthony E. the bride served as ring bearer. *.'.,.:
8 Walnut St. Wilson son of Mrs. Catherine Wilsonof The bride, given in marriage by her K =
SUNBEAM White Springs. father,wore a white chiffon gown with 'I.*,
MOTOR,.OIL P"t8r'MRM'"rf19 Mrs. Willie M. Randolph presenteda satin lace and butterfly sleeves. She roar::
Child's I Plate % Price BREAD: W program of nuptial music, with Miss also wore a shoulder length white : : ;
(Under 12)) 120z. Cans 'Cindy Shumpert Miss Annette Brown chiffon veil. She carried a nosegay of ."":
Loaves 79 3 Qt,. 1 Plus Taw 1 Case Of 24 I3S9 sand Miss Shirley Johnson as soloists. white and blue carnations and baby's _
| Plua TaxALL0RAN9S 9 Rev. Leroy Davis of Starke performed breath tied with a blue and white love- -- t
OPEN DAILY 5 A.M. To 10, P.M. the nuptials. knot. .
BORDEN'S.. .. 59 BEER Centering the altar was a large A reception was held at the Masonic r',j-\
MILK | Case candelabra with two sets of Hall which was decorated for the t
367 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla ItoO OverCoat candelabras on each side of the altar occasion In blue and white. i iTh4 .
with white and blue tapers. In front of bride's table was covered with "I (
the altar was a large arch decorated a white lace tablecloth centered with '
with green palm leaves and with' ,...a thi'ee tiered wedding cake 'topped ....A, .
white carnations. A white and I blue!l I,
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Michael Heddic attended as best white fable cloth.: White wedding cup
man. Ushers were James Hudson punch was served with blue ice. (
MALONEe DreamlVr kert brother of the bride, along with Assisting In serving were Mrs. j
; Timothy Clark, Alvaughn Golden and Carolyn Bright, Mrs. Mary Palmer. t
Jeremiah Johnson, all wore blue Mrs.True Love Smith and Mrs.Joyce "
tuxedoes Bennett. A .
))1 Laura Bright was the maid of The bride is a 1973 graduate of t z::" Ii
"\ \ "WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE, honor. She wore a baby blue floor Bradford High School,a 1977 graduate ,.\ =='
e WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." length dress with a blue swiss dotted of the University of Florida and Is '".. :::r \
silk Jacket with
a drawstring around
now employed at Lawtey. Elementary1 ,. -., .
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;;; ;' white carnation with a blue and white The groom is a 1974 graduate of I,

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/ --Q. honor were the bridesmaids: Joyce stationed at Fort Lee, Va '
Houston, Cassandra Johnson cousinof After a wedding trip to South -..
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to' Florida and a stay in Virginia the > j
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'I VVjf| d July 5 at Home Ceremony Birthdays Celebrated Mrs. James BlacksnearWent last Tuesday Mrs James of last week Barron from a returned five day Waycross: ,David Ga. Is spending Christopher' this week of !

..... __.. and Thursday to Saturday wltliMrs.Fred visit with Mr.and Mrs., Robert Bush with her parents Mr. and Mrs. CL.
Mrs. Dogs Mrs IJBHII Bryant gnndsoa. Guy in Gainesville."w of Atlanta Daytona Beach. They Dinkins.
Lynn SmIth, :
daughter ;
of Mr. and Mrs.
Chuck Smith son
01 RAtv. ancl.iolrs. were Joined by her sister, Mrs.
mluJlIIW1 qto" Mexico George,HI&haMItb and John, Iliad Smith of Starke were honored Mr. and Mrs. Lee(Moot and Martha Johnston, of. Miami. Mrs. Verne Sheridan of Virginia
on their birthdays by the family and daughter of Homestead were Sunday
David Mr. Beach, Va. la guest this week of Col.
Eugene and Mrs. friends with a barbecue cookout visitors of their aunt;'Mrs Harry SUMMER CLEARANCE and Mrs. J.A. Griffin.
E were united In Tuesday July 4, at the home of R.F. Moot). :: LEILA'S
Mraai Ira p.m..t the home Bryant on SR-U. Dress A Gift j
01 Le Shop Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy of
street on W. Francis An all day gathering to enjoy good Mrs. Doris Conway of,Gainesville 132 H.Call St. Gainesville spent Saturday to Mondaywith
Rev. HI&bmlth food and fellowship were enjoyed by: and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Huntington of Stark, Fl. his parents Mr. and Mrs.
; performed the Mr.and Mrs. Bill Blackburn and son, Miami were Sunday visitors of Mr. .
DUptialll berth an altar of Charles HArd) They were joined by ':
mirrors, palms, ferns and magnolia.length rankle; Sheila Holmes chiidren Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin,, ,Y" Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Holton returned Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis and x\
The altar ,Was formed of Roy Bryant and Dorothy V,' July 1 from two week's vacation In the f.mlly.nd Mrs. Robert Milner: In attending
IOld and $ '
,- Ronda and Jason; Mrs. Mrs. L.H. Gibson and
glass tableai son and Smoky Mountains. the Matter family reunion at
which ,
Erge was placed J Kitchens and daughter, Ken!'!;; Mr. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Klngslry Lake on Sunday.
arrangement of muSs
' and and Mrs. H.F. Wiggins and children, Gibson of Merritt Island, have returned Mr. and Mrs. Francis Miller,
x Dowers gladiolus.wasan Centered In front Onof the ." Greg Lance and Charmalne,and Mr. from ten day's visit with Mr. missionaries to Ghana Africa, were SUMMER CLEARANCE
open Bible. each Is1 h t and Mrs. Thad Smith and sons, Bret and Mrs. LEILA'S
aide were ,.1 O.N. Peterson: at Seal Thursday to Monday guests of Mr.and
bdrning white
The bride';' ven In tapers .....> and Chuck Beach, Calif and with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr. and also Dress A Gift Shop
n marriage by her R.E. Hastings at Irvine,Calif.. visited friends here In Starke. 132 E.Call St.
: brother DaAiel,1 was attired In a full Mr. and Mrs. Jobs. Lea Starke, Fl.
U length beige sown oI.llk oreanza.The Robyn BryantCelebrates ,-I
Adrian Kazarlan of Orlando Is
, fttted bodice was covered with beige "The L rd'. Prayer" Immediately!
Chuck SmithCelebrates spending a month with her grandpa
lace. Her headdress was of matching preceding the ceremony after which 9th Sen. and Mrs. Charley Mr.and Mrs.Fred Wheeler Jr.and
beige lace with. small pink silk flowers a reception was also held In the home. 'Johns.rents.' family visited her brot.he..ln-i.w and
across the rown., She wore a pearl The bride's table was covered witha Birthday July 7 sister Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Gordon In
i necklace and carried a bouquet of yellow linen cloth overlaid with a 8th : SUMMER CLEARANCE Jacksonville on July 4 and brought
pink carnations and stephanotis with lace cloth. Yellow roses graced the Robyn KelU Bryant celebrated her Birthday ," "." LEILA'S home their daughter, Jennifer, who
pink satin streamers. table along with the two-tiered ninth birthday Friday night, July 7, Chuck Smith son of MrHand Mrs Dress a Gift' Shop had been visiting for several days.
]. Mrs. Richard E. Lee sister-in-law wedding cake, pink punch, nuts and with an Ice cream: party for the family Thud Smith of Starke, celebrated his 132 E.Call St.
b. the groom; was matron of honor. Starke Fl. Thomas F. Harrison received his
mints. .home,
back of her
In the yard eighth birthday Saturday, July 8, at
She wore a full length pale yellow silk Mrs. Lee Is a graduate of Annlston Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Bryant on SR- Kfngsley Lake.Swimming Terry and Jimmy Yawn of Gaines- BS degree In Education at the May 11-
gown styledsimUary to the bride's Christian Academy. Mr. Lee Is a 16E. and water Sunday evening dinner 12 commencement ceremonies at
ir.E carnations gown. She .carried and a nosegay of pink graduate of Bradford High School, Home made Ice cream, cake and enjoyed by Chuck, Kellia games Kitchens.were guests ville were of their mother, Mrs. Lila Rae Baylor University, Waco Texas.
"I stephanotts. class of 1976. punch were served to the 17 family Robyn and Ronda Bryant, Brent and Yawn.
Steven Turner served as beet man. Mr. and Mrs. Lee will be at the members by Mrs. Todd Middleton and Bret Smith, Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson of Starke
After program of recorded nuptial home of their friends on West Madison Bryant.N under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Mr: and Mrs. Steve Tilley of and Mr.and Mrs.Robert Barksdale of
music the..aroom.I. s mother sang Street after July IS. ., Smith. Stamford Conn.visited their parents, tlumboldt Tenn. have returned from
RainSoft Softball team In the Hitch In Jacksonville three weeks vacation In the mid-
The enjoyedthe evening hot dogs and Dr. and Mrs. T.G.
" : Mary A. Bransen Attends Fourth at Camp Blanding whereto trimmings plus watermelon closed ,and Mr.and Mrs.W.E.TilleyIn western states traveling. In the Bark.ldale'a -
" home.nntVersa
'I all cooked-out and spent the day out a happy day for Chuck and Starke from Friday to Monday. motor
. t: Relief Society DedicationMary swimming and eating. friends

A.::8ran en, Relief Smith In 1842. SUMMER CLEARANCE Celebrating Our 2nd
t: president-bf the Starke Branch Others who also attended the LEILA'S ,
w (Mormon CHorch), recently returned dedication were Relief Society board Dress i Gift Shop
s.-ffi from Narwoo, Ill, where perhaps then members Norma Smith, state R.S. 132 E.Call St. I
largest commissions of sculptures president; Loretta Corbett, first Starke, Fl.
a: fH ever, waa.dedicated to women. counselor to the president; Mary
'w Narwoo was selected as the site for Tompkins, Ward R.S. president, THE BRADFORD
:::. the 12 life-size sculptures all cast In Isabell Gull, state R.S. Secretary, COUNTY TELEGRAPH
( H bronze of'>women, because it was Arlee Graham, Ward R.S. president,
>:', there that;.the Relief Society, an all of Alachua County.Imogene Smith Published every Thursday
organization for women, was and Dorothy Smith of the State Board aura W.Call Street :
;q organized :by' the prophet Joseph from Union County. Starke,Florida 32001 i

0.1 : : Goolsby Perslckettl To Wed Sept.8 Second Starke Class,postage FloridSubscription paidat At Lawrence Mosleys

'''': Mr. and Mrs. Pleze Goolsby of Miss Goolsby Is a graduate of Brad Rates
) Starke announce the engagement of ford High School. In trade area t $7 per
.\1.., their daughter Rebecca Sue to Mr. Perslckettl Is a graduate of year;14 six months. ::8. F. GOODRICHI
::1 1:1 Robert Altar:PerslcketU, (B.M.F.), Hamilton High West. ,Outside trade area M
; son of M,.' and Mrs. Marcey A September 8 wedding Is planned. per year".50 six month
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I ; :. \ "', I PEOPLE YOU KNQW.I-tJi' d"7. ., ,,,, ',. "

Mrs. L.N. Pickering was guest of Capt..and Mrs. Robert s; Cooper of Miss Debbie{ Spejifller ..( the ROB*:and I Reed Nait returned 1 C.F
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lewis at Edwards AFB. Calif., who were en- University of'Wes.florftia) was home their ;.home In Oak: Grove Fl
Fernandina Beach last week. route to their new baa at Eglln AFB for the weekend. Wednesday alter two weeks visit" ,wS r
W A, PrmacoUv spent last week with his' ". ;( their grandparents.Mr. and Mm. P J
parents Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper. Mr.and Mrs. John E. Kunlg, Jr. of Nolin. They vtelted-Bianey We todl
r.e r.r r. I Ieeet The week of July 3rd a group from Ituntlngton Beach N.C. were while here .
Calvary Baptist Church attended a Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby were Tuesday visitors of Mr,and Mr;. JohnKunlar
camp meeting at the Faith Baptist Sunday luncheon guests of Capt. and t, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. XJtf.. Smith ai| a
I Church In Gainesville.Ga.The fellow Mrs. Mickey Dansby in Gainesville daughter Terri. hav*returned fe/f
and preaching were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson. Mr. two weeks: vacation 19 Yellowstct, e
enjoyed by Rev. and Mrs. Jim Black. and Mrs, John Miller and Mrs. H.M. Park Morman Temple'in Salt Laid
I Mrs.:Floyd Smith Chris Dobbs, Eddie SUMMER CLEARANCE Rlcharde attended the funeral of Mrs City Grand Canyon ftut points
Frampton Martha Smith. Pam LEILA'S Mae Johns in Jacksonville Monday Interest in the West
Crews; Kim Watkins and Mr. and Dress a out Shop afternoon. Mrs. Jones will t>e
Mrs. Edward Mobley. in E. Call St. remembered as the sister. of the late. Mr.'and Mrs. Paul G. Brown
Stark ft, Mrs. W.E. Middleton. aura attended the Brown famlj
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards of reunion in:. Macon,'-Ga. over 7
Situate. Mass., former Starke Mrs. Harry Mooty spent Sunday Miss Betsy Yawn attended UM weekend.
U.aLt" residents have moved to Thcresxa afternoon In Gainesville visiting her summer music camp at FSU from -
where they have purchased a store on cousins Mr. and Mrs. Milton SL June is to July I. She attended the Mrs. .Oats Sander and Mr
SK-100. Peter, at their home and Miss Beryl honors wind ensemble camp and Cecelia TerwiUegar visited Dr. an
% Holland In Alachua General Hospital. French horn camp on July 8. Her Mrs. W.ll. :Green. Ia'Tallahaasee r.I'.
SUMMER CLEARANCE mother. Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Sunday. '
LEILA'S Mr. Leo Champion of Starke and M....W. H. Edwards went up to Tallahassee {
Dress*Gilt Shop daughter Mrs W.B. Thompnon of Saturday to visit Cindy and Sandra' Chltty, daughter of Mr
131 E. Call St. Ocala. spent Saturday to Wednesdayof Edwards and brought back Joan Chilly was recently chosen ae
r y Stark, Fl. last week visiting Mrs.Thompson's Sloan. one of twenty Florida nigh school an t
on-ln-law and daughter.. Mr. and SUMMER CLEARANCE college students to participate In'
k Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Steve Kuechemelster In LEILA'S "Work and Independent Llvlnj
I i .I County Hospital this week include: Charleston, S.C. Dress*Gift Shot Experience Program.'"' for visually S.
.. Mrs. Lettie Smith and Mrs. Bamer 112 E.Call St. handicapped students; The progta
Lowery of Lawtey; Mrs. Jacqueline Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren and Starke,Fl. la the first of its kind for the State o 5I I
LWCI Employees Complete CTIThe Rivers and Wilbur Rogers of Ratford, grandchildren. John and Whitney Florida and is being; held In St\
Rudolph Sapp, Phil Anderson. AleictaMcClellun Warren and Rena Akera, visited Mr.and Mrs.George Miller and Mr. Augustine at the Florida School 'I
Department of Offender Kfh bllUatlon has announced that Lawtey Mrs. Christiana Moore Bunch Gardens Saturday and Mrs. Jack Miller and family of the Visually Handicapped. Sandra! a
Correctional Institution employee Ltural Gall Crews Darlene S. Lee and Oletla V. Crosby participated In the Correctional Training three weeks vacation In Colorado andTexas weeks summer program.
Institute at Kalford. SUMMER CLEARANCE E,. 3'v
and of .
Don Joiner
Mrs. daughter
This Is the 30th CTI group to I'nroilin the minimum standard curricula which Port Charlotte were Friday overnight LEILA'S Mn.Janlce Pownall and children 3'k
Is required by law. The Training Institute Program Is taught In conjunction of Mrs L.D. Vlnlng. Dress A Gift Shop Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves and Palm Bay are visiting. Mrs. Malcolm i
with Lake City Community College anti the graduates earn nine semester guests 132 E. Call St. granddaughter, Ann Myers were Pownall thai I week.SUMMER.
credits for successfully completing the full time.IM hour course.The Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead Stark, Fl. Saturday visitors of Mrs. J.E. Wilson
program Includes '.nttrucllon In the Criminal Justice System Legal visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles White- : while enroute from South Florida to CLEARANCE i
of Supervision Mr*. Mildred Cheatham of their home In Oakland Calif.
Aspects of Correction. OperaUonil Procedures. Principles: head and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie LEILA'S
Human Relations and Technical Training Skills which Include Firearms. First Fancho In Jacksonville last Friday Columbia, Tenn. is visiting Mr. and Dress A Gin She, 1s'
Mrs. Jim,Womack this week.TCr SUMMER CLEARANCE
Aid and Fire Fighting Techniques. evenlna :! LEILA'S 132: E.Call St. s'.I

Dress A Gift Shop Starke, fk
a s"t 132: E.Call St. Dr.and Mrs.T.W. Stelgler of Lighthouse .IV
Starke. Fl Point. Fla. were first of the
Miss Charlotte Whitehead and week guests of her sister. Mrs.
Frank Durrance were visiting his Myrwin Long while enroute to Y
parents. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Wilmington, Dale

Your .Durrance in Jasper over the weekend. Mrs. W.B. Mundy" and Mrs. Guy
Sale of Starke and Mrs. Dan Harris of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiggins of Jacksonville spent the weekend with ,
Washington D.C. spent last week with I In Tallahassee. 1
Miss Mundy
FABRIC SHOPS 'his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Orle !
btucittY Wiggins Joining the family over the Mr. and Mrs. JW. Deaver and
t weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Gene daughters of Gainesville were Sunda
Wiggins of Fairburn Ga and Mr. and guests of ,Mr. and. Mrs.. C.H.
Mrs. James Wiggins of Jacksonville. Nasworthy.: f -
4 Mrs. RP.1 McLendonspent last i
"" week with 'her sister... Mrs. Nell
wee'sbUs McDonell in.Tampa.- Enroute home /
: she brought Mrs.C.C.Hoppe to spenda ,
ba & week with her sisters. Mrs. O.L.

4p 'L'fTTLe' KNOWN FACTSOn ,Beasley and Mrs.'J.W_!Xincaid., ,.

the average, a very LEILA'S -
young baby usually cries Dress a.Gttt Shop r ri rr t
A from hunger every three tot 132 E.Can Sf.St.rk..fl .
4 &&utoft f tfU ttjjf&& ., y". :.cries four hour without.The apparent average. reaconi Infant. :.' /

NM b .. .., .t0Ia ''!!!AM'i ->far. w .u. "'" "" Mrs. Ken Kuqua spenrnre weekend
;., l n w i Many parents have found
a good way to keep young- with Dr.and Mrs. Aaron Hutcheson In
stirs safely anchored in Clarksville. Tenn. and attended the
stroller wedding of Mrs. Hutcheson's
carriage, or highchair
Is with an adjustable clasp grandson. Andy Hutcheson to Cindy
fast harneaa from Mothercare Gill on Friday night. I
retailing specialists for
mothers-to-be babies, and Mr.and Mrs. John Miller spent the M
'V 1' children under a.see. weekend at St. Augustine. Beach. '

By the age of one year Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of I'i
many babies discover the joy Bedford Lake spent'Wednesday to
SOLIDS of dropping things. If you Saturday at Lancaster. S.C.. Blue
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I 1:1: As Mary Yearta Finishes The Finishers I iJ .

First, massage It well with And now -you're ready to BEGIN ,' watt between coats... you should beM
..... the finish' that Is... I: Intshedpy tomorrow.' .. or the next
,.. "'.flsy... or the next.

Take breather from ten minutes to ,',,\mound It'>.
? Well not
complicated ,
Theo strip It, using at various for the trial and yt
half an hour or more 'IE-that bad least under the t
at ,
nln times paint remover, old rags and
of to
l error process mixing testing .
sly .q putty knife, steel wool, wire brush t necessary In the cracks), iota and lots mahogany gout rocker.. Bradford County home extension II"
Just shepherded her trainees
of elbow grease, and minimum of
r1Msaat profanity W( the children arvaTound*. ). Start, when ready, by applying through a three-day furniture refinishing -
stain with old raps (preferred to the clinic.

brush by "expert' finishers)... if one And the results except for a few
Bleach it now with hot Clorox coat of stain isn't dark enough repeat aching backs,dizziness: from smelling
nh'n'bH rags on the end of 'a the process ad Infinitum until It Is alcohol, turpentine, and stripper
a ,d.a1bi. clothespin then neutralize with or you're tired enough to believe It(Is, fumes, stained clothes and shoes,
dear ammonia and water... whether It Is or not... broken fingernails, and dyed (with
coatland If stain) hair- weren't bad... not even
Let stain dry between
Let dry and smooth to a silkysurface the day Is hot and sweaty, you might ,hall 1 bad.
with fine sandpaper mixed hang yourself out to dry while ,': i All the busy homemakers, taking
'Mw, W aMryRU with more elbow grease (unlessyou're waiting.. time out from their pot< lucky enough to' have an bit ot furniture scraping, seemed
electric under)... Now you're ready for the finish.' .. It pleased. with results...
you're not already finished -
t j7ttiwdory
Wash down with denatured alcoholto physically and spiritually that I.... 'But then.-what fatigued female, In
remove sanding dust, old paint her right mind, is going to admit aha
particles, and other foreign matter, Start searching now for those old Isn't pleased with results when she's
rain, including (hopefully) the little boy hose you may have thrown away, spent three days, and several dollars
I sow from across the street who has been never knowing you'd need them for for materials on Uncle Abner'sembossed
sidewalk superintendent. the final finish Aunt cuspidor?
n''' '{ playing putting on
Mary Agnes Ferguson pats ..
","",''flnlthlng touches on heirloom Emily s walnut foot-warmer. The (We're only kidding girls. The
varnish goes on smoothly with old
results' and
were really great our
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on nylon hose, and there are no tell-tale
r i"ma
best silver-plated snuff box goes to ova 71 ,w
t : t brush marks left to mark you as an Mary Yearta for her pains, patience
t f a:i t EDITORIAL .. amateur finisher... and perserverance In showing how to
turn (hone attic horrors Into priceless Home Economist Mary Yearta demonstrates bleaching technique for Ethel
r eff1 1. Depending on how deep! a gloss you (figuring In time and labor) Douglas and Janet Cunning.
4 all "' want, and how long you re willing to heirlooms.

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1 vxrua't 100th Coming Up 1-L-- '; "'I, .

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Age is something that most oft Colonel Moore was right the --

1 MNUS try to hide or at least fail to town was ripe for a newspaper "''ilF I

i brag about but the age of a and the Telegraph (later changedto K
'" "business is a horse of another (
:: The Starke Telegraph and

,,y color. even later to. The Bradford k

County Telegraph) was well received -
,: .: When to consider that ,
e T-t 1 we stop ; and a success from the -t,11
t > v out of three new businesses start. There were competitors

I ? a.fail: to make the grade within a along the way "The East

stee! (.: year or so after they are Florida Courier" and "The

established it Is' obvious that Florida Advocate" them ,
I If. among e &
'jj'j is good reason for pride .. T yA
( .jihere
,,, and at times the competition was
III'KH. when a business reaches 10, 25 tough but like the Arab one by
(bml..iO '-.. or even 75 years.
1j one they "folded their tents and I1 I/

j silently stole away" all except

" nu..ut: a hundred years a full ,The Telegraph which was apparently r

I. lH century of enjoying the privilege here to stay. 1

.f serving the public since 1879 V* A

I I bl,: the i year that Thomas Edison Perhaps the reason for its

I 'invented. the electric light is''a longevity is the fact that from the nazel Richardson legs at

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'..,,1{!been, able to establish. editorial concern was holes in the while applying final finish to antique chairs tedious task. Idamentols

wooden sidewalks and runaway
This issue of The Telegraph is horses, The Telegraph has tried

) A-)the 52nd of its 99th year and at all times to promote and work
((3: J with the issue of July 20 we will for what it considered best for County AgentsNotebook 5.0thAnniversaryofFFAtr.r FORESTRY

'.5 fenter upon the final year of our the community. These efforts (J ,."... ,-.

;,.k"'first century of publication.' ,were i not always successful but .i .i.Nm Conner 'InBradfondC .
hJu"culminating: + with'se'jl our 100th I. ,.:4: :birth-J e'';',with the assistance and, cooperation .. -, '. & r\ .ESMH... Miir.bi: 1 ...._ _.. .. ,, k-.f .",.;, .
i1 A a/d'4dhy' ah4rrrta" ear.K ,; -of progressive rnutera,the 'IBobby "", a.'i.. i High praisetor t the Future Farmers'of -- --v necessary 1 : '"to' RcPaofig"lii'the /

I 'I 2'u town managed to overcome its TaylorPhone America and the leaders who have world and very probably pointed by Tim l.alll'lIS'
'4, j. tt, a'hot day in July, 1879 setbacks, such as the loss of the made It a great Influence on the lives me toward a career in government
1 1 i.'. when Col. William W. Moore and citrus industry the death of King : M442HO Extension 209 of American youth was voiced by through a desire to be of service to

..itJ>his son. Sterling after weeks oflam Cotton, the Great Depression, Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle society
'assembling the crude equipment the hardships of several wars, Last this time we were Conner.A'II Both this Anniversary.week on the occasion "Our hopes our aspirations and our \Mth summer now officially here
available to printers in those and the demobilization of Camp concerned year with the drought and dreams for the future of this great and the rains that go along with il. you
:lot In his "Farm nation lie In our youth. Toa very great are probably snowed under just by
days( .- cranked out Blanding.In insects on our crops. So far, these Writing weekly
1ati issue of "The Florida Telegraph" things haven't been too bad for Front" column. Conner laid: extent also the future of our country trying to keep the lawn below jungle
and possibly much of the world levels. With all that lawnmower 1
I jt ',at an unknown cost of blood, his history of The production field of and our pastures spring vegetables "The FFA organization has meant depend upon our continued agricultural pushing have you noticed that the!

. .,'I(' -sweat and tears. Telegraph written in 1959 crops great deal of personal satisfaction in productivity" trees are also putting on new growth
life. I was fortunate enough to be Is good time for pruning the
I IH and watermelon my a
we. Leslie Walton Robshaw a Most vegetable the first graduates of the Conner served as president of the. want.
among to that shape \'OU
I ra,4 iphe South was just beginningto University of Florida student production was close to normal.not 'vocational agriculture program at Bradford County and Florida state tree Proper( pruning will I beautify{ as well

emerge from the harrowing journalist, said: "From its inception However, most growers because prices are re- Bradford County High School and my organizations of FFA and went on to us enhance the health of your tree
having a good year Vernon R. Ferguson, my become national president In 194849.
days of Reconstruction, andColoncl The Telegraph has been ceived by the grower have not been debt to
Moore,' with a back dedicated to an ideal of com- very good. It is difficult to change or 'vocational agriculture teacher there. The place to start, as with most
Is which I can never fully pay.'We the ut the top
one is Starting
ground of newspapering at Cedar munity service. Under the raise prices over the years even projects. top easier and
Letters I tree
makes shaping
OT Key, Tallahassee, and other guidance of several,editors, it has thou costs. of production go up started the vo-ag program nothing at saves time In clearing the tree of
with virtually
>.> Florida towns visited Starke, grown with the county it serves Bradford teacher High who was enticed to pruned branches Get the broken,
saw the activity' taking place in and has contributed to the An example of this Is sweet corn. except begin the program by my dear dead or diseased brunches first to
the wake of construction of the growth of that area by its constant Most of our truck farmers had difficulty departed friend Foster Shi Smith, Sot A IUp.Off prevent dt.'Cay.produclnl& fungi 1 frompenetrating
Into the rent of the tree.
T Atlantic-to-Gulf railroad through encouragement and getting more than 75 cents per who was principal of the school at the Dear Sir: I
Chevrolet pick-up Small brancht'tlIIhieh may cause
bought a
In 1W51
dozen or about $3 per crate. This has 'jOur class built an adequate
in the late 1850's and of the time
promotion community'sresources. been an average price for years. Cost building and shop with Mr. truck from the local agency at a very problems should he taken out now.
fudged the town ripe for I a ." have almost doubled in- and Mr. reasonable price.
; for production Ferguson's leadership truck has been driven 93.000 The cuts should be clean, with no
Jr newspaper.The :- the last four or five years. Smiths The
support. .miles with no major repairs It has torn bark beneath them and as nearlyflush
No higher tribute could be paidto The Is true for watermelonsand "I think that I can truthfully say been driven on the highway and In the as possible to the remaining
timber industry was the aims of this newspapersince other same vegetables. I realize that that FFA taught me the basic (unEven woods. I have used it for hunting, to branch or stem Stubs or protruding
thriving, long-staple cotton was its founding 99 years ago. there are times when produce prices pull a boat to haul wood. to haul 'lips' should healing never Is hindered lx left and water

the main cash crop, and .citrus Our. only hope is that it will are high. This occurs when there Is a heavy loads of peat and sand and In proper that cause wood decay may
definite shortage of a particular crop. though it is late In the year, I wet weather and dry weather. It has pockets
in deserved
planted extensively continue to be on our service.Recently form. Those large branches that are
Is generally a result of suggest that you consult your given me good
The shortage
should be removed
those pre-Big Freeze days were 100th anniversary and for many would not causing problems
bad growing "unditions, and veterinarian about this disease and the turn signals small
Cut only
coming into bearing. years to come thereafter. production Is off on most farms. This have your horses vaccinated as soon work satisfactorily I took the truck to with sections special at a care time and lower themw
means that farmers would not make a as potI lble. the local Chevrolet agency to have it secured When get to
foreman told ith a rope. you
The me '
lot of money even though prices were This disease Is usually spread by repaired. switch. He said that final cut. make sure the section Is
high for that period of time. moHcuitos and other biting or bloodsucking that the switch It-needed would a new cost $24 and the small enough, so as little damage as t

insects from one horse to .switch would be possible is done to the remaining partof
I. : KingofStvitcheroo labor to install the
Field Crops and Pasture are another. It takes about five days from told to do the repair job. the stem.
He was
::: looking pretty good throughout our infection to clinical signs of the $18.I was waiting in the show room
Jl ?! area. Our rains have been scattered sickn ll. Stricken horses- seldom being made. After the branches are removed
and some fields are needing some while the repairs were wound should be
recover from the disease and have to the resulting
( Our nomination for the Party, or to any other party of moisture. Looks like the only fields be destroyed. The shop foreman called me the back switch to dressed. This prevents wood.rotting c
waste of which he has been a member. that are sure to get a shower are the the shop and showed me wouldbe fungi and other parasites' from
greatest newspaper hay fields that have Just been cut. Another problem I've heard of in only needed a new screw which entering through the wound. A
apaee in 1978 goes to the columns Originally a Democrat. Kirk our area la fleas. Early treatment of supplied free of charge. All I had to common dressing which when used
"""used to tell us that Claude Kirk 1960 and other animals, their bedding pay was the labor charge. aids in disinfecting the
switched to the GOP in All this Is to say that things out on pets I written to with tree paint
of the letters see
has decided to run for Governor when he headed the ranks of the farm are not as good as they could placesand other areas Is suggested at Most complaints about something wound. Is shelluc. The wound should
|-" this time around, under the "Floridians for Nixon." hardly an be, but they are much better than theywere the first signs! of fleas. Control can be the editor wrong are in Starke and Bradford be dressed as soon as possible after
if of fleas is
last at this time. Cattlemenand large population the cutting Is done.
&'Democratic'' banner. So what? year wanted to know
I just you
t honor in the light of subsequent swine producers are hoping that allowed to develop County. that
lIe failed in bid v 'I'' there are some people In Starke thing' to
Z developments. a prices will hold throughout the and don't( The most Important
you think this latest We have a good circular on controlof run a legitimate business
Id. case U.S. Senate Remainder of 1978. remember. when you get out your
for the as a
theon4Ftime fleas around the home. Call or to rip off their customers. '
affiliation by Make .
of safety
Is personal
., itch party Republican in 1964 and went on office In V.1-I. FergusonRt saw your !
come by County Agent's
one-time your Is in good
Democrat, Dr. James Simpson our marketing sure your equipment
and one-time Independent to be elected governor of Floridain economist at the University of Starke if you.would like.a copy of this FL 32091 condition. Look out for peeling,bark or .
Republican, to doswtth 1966. the first time that state Florida tells us that feeder cattle publication. .,, fungus growths on branches as these
'-. voters had picked a Republicanfor prices In July should be off $6 to $7 are signs of dead or dying branches.Do .
something as lofty as the Governor since Reconstruction from June. He says that there should not count on these, for support
193 political philosophy of Thomas And Florida'sgovernment be a moderate recovery by early fall Watch for those power lines and most ;
Wilson Days. late fo"ADfOR cot of all..alwl1 have a safety
Jefferson or Woodrow needed reconstruction and should show good strength by 'V Important

banish the thought. In the words before Kirk left .0 rope attached. .
3 again fall.Dr.
-W candidate Kirk.he switched to Tallahassee. Simpson also predicts that ligraitl1: Should you have any questions, you j
,Democratic Party againJrLjbeciuse Florida hog prices should hold at r can call your county forester for

p'Ttheti that's where the votes Candidate'' Kirk has given his about the $47 to 148 level throughoutthe 0 0 assistance
rat of the .
without year.
rand ;you can't to casino gambling, '
_the,votes. which he says will give Florida a t understand that there has been an s- i'
"shot in the arm like nothing outbreak of sleeping sickness In Publishers

t..*z. Thai 'dnd. of' statement may since trains started pulling into horses in I have some had of a our report surrounding that one Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter .<

indicate clever political thinking Miami. He falls to add that it horse counties.has been affected in the at the Post Office. Statue, Fla. under Act of March 3, 1679.

no one ever denied .thatipde ,, might give Florida and Floridiansa southern part of our county '7 : '4 six months.
I Subscription rate In trade area per
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Kirk is clever shot in some other part of the. '

times diabolically so).but it anatomy lithe Mafia moves in.as I generally suggest vaccinating ,;. Outside trade are: '8 Per yean'4": Si,\Months. The largest living bird Is tha, ",' J .!

indicates devotion to the predicted;and starts running the. horses for this disease annually Phone 904-6305 mart. Florida oitrtch, which doem't fly. t
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It was 'maybe the only city.had Nipper said, "I think" Its time .
unpaid town council in the area* we a payed council. "
Brooker' Council unanimously "It sure Isn't too much to ask
approved a $25 month salary for council member Gene Melvin added
per ". definitely think we're entitled to
itself Tuesday. July 11 r
As passed the motion by Council- some kind of salary.. ,:
man Steve Nipper read "Brooker The vote was 4-0 for the motion with +
Town Council members will receive C.J. Stalnaker absent. Any 4
$25 salary month suiting In Other council business Tuesday
per %
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attend all r ri rp
August providing they nightThe council M
approved plans
meetings of the council during that
month/' specifications for Breaker's new

"I spend a lot of time down her*at water system as turned In by engineer
The include a i
Jerome Kelly. plans
the meeting room or out mowing the sa
ballfleld or doing other work for the 10,000 gallon water tank as requestedand '
a copy Is being sent to Florida'sDepartment p '
of Environmental 1 j

Allow All Peddlingor Regulation (DER) for approval. f m I
The council decided to wait for DER _
approval and then call a special iFrqs tihw

None At AH....... meeting to start the bid-taking :? r
process, They also decided to let
,' Council Chairman A.B. Adams talk
Lawtey city council members were Bankof
with the Farmers and Dealers
advlaed last Wednesday night by Lake Buller and set up a date for
Attorney Richard Welty the city' discussion of a,loan to pay' (for the. 1e
would have to either ban all peddling .
or allow peddlers to sell any type system.The-- council approved a motion to .x *

produce. have City Clerk Eva!: Clark write a e

In Welty's absence last month the letter to Bradford County Sheriff

h Council wanted to limit peddling to deputize Dolph Reddish Brooker requesting Town Marshal him to Bradford county commissioners members of the staffs of State Attorney Gene Whitworth. ..(back/ to-camera). assistant stale attorney Len.Regliter.-
Bradford County strawberries! only Kaulerson. Gene Whitworth and Public Defender Alan' Parlapiano are shown In the grind Investigator WUey Clark. with sto attorneys office I with bear), commissioner
Therefore after lengthy discussion! Tommy Reddish had met with the Brooker jury room on the second floor of the courthouse Monday morning. George Roberts county attorney Dudley Hardy (bach to camera), 'local' CPA
Councilman Wayne Massey moved to council last month to discuss the From 'left: County commissioner Dave Shuford chairman E.W Hodges Pet Farnsworth (Cin dogrway, and public defender Alan Parlapiano (extreme
adopt an ordinance prohibiting assistant' state attorney Howard llollzendorf (behind Hodges, state attorneyIt ,
peddling on city right of way on US- possibility of deputizing Raulersonand rwghe .... .
301 within city limits. Seconded by told the council he would wait for : I ,s.. ::9i f1.... Ii 1 ,. >: E r

motion Councilman passed"BuHter"unanimously.Bennett the when thinking direction deputized.seemed from them.Raulerson to be The that.should council's if and be Commission Finds Rpom 2nd
called out of Brooker by the Sheriff's
The ordinance must be published j /Mt +1, T M H j fi .,
Department only in emergency itv ,f .jz. -) v a jt '4.1.Slalrs .L. ,
then read again at the next meeting situations.In started with a whispering session about the downstairs hallway waitingon crowd. >I lounge of former county judge Theron
before becoming; effective related news Raulerson again but in less than an hour Bradford some kind of decision. "It'll be just .a few more.. ,minutes ," Yawn who designed the second story
told the council of his need for a more county commissioners thought they "I'm glad to meet you," Commissioner Roberts said '' ''legal complex when he was county
Electrocuted modern siren system for his patrol hud the courthouse space problem Roberts greeted State First! / "the board members took judge. Glancing around the walnut
car settled Monday with room left over Attorney Whitworth as he was1 Intro, Parlapiano through the former"6fflce paneled judge's office; Parlapiano
Kaulerson asked about replacingthe apparently to the satisfaction of both duced on one trip through the down- and hearing! room and pdjaccnt quickly agreed the space. would serve'
One Youth DiesOne "outdated" siren in his care with State Attorney Gene Whitworth and his staff '
the more modern siren being used In Public Defender Alan Parlapiano. more ubouts The former county judge's Office
the town's jet fuel fire truck. "We All the legal staff. It was agreed ]Election :Warms has,, been infrequently used by the
man was killed and another could use some of the$2,300letl In the would' be housed in the second story (From Page 1)) county judge .since! Judge. Elate 1
was burned badly when the CB funds the county gave the fire department with easy access to each other and the .Sanders moved to the norm end 01 me
antenna that they were taking down to buy another siren for the courtrooms. Relatively few structural: signed term 35-year-old midway through Starke a native four year J.R. courthouse In the circuit ,judge's
fell Into some Florida Power lines and truck." changes would be necessary. _, chambers.) Judge Sanders uses two
(Jim) Lawson Qualified to for the
electrocuted them at I p.m, on Attorney Wolbert cautioned Rauler Parole and probation offices could run hearing rooms on that end of the
Wednesday July 12 son and the Council to not act on the be left in the courthouse under this abbreviated term, Lawson Is sales courthouse on most matters. '
Everett A, Thornton 20, of matter until he found out who paid for plan. So much space was found manager for Starke's Baldwin Walking down the hallway towardthe
Heilbronn Springs was killed In the the truck siren in the first place. available in fact that It was not Chevrolet Olds dealership. grand jury room commissioner
mishap which occurred at Olin's "If the county paid for the siren you deemed necessary to ask the parole No one has qualified yet for'' the Roberts stopped at the law library.
Trailer Park In Starke Steven wouldn't be able to make the switch" and probation staff to move out of the District 5 spot Incumbent J,T. telling the attorneys the library Is not
Secrest a resident of the park, was Wolbert saidFormer courthouse but the offices would be Parrish is expected to, run for, a used, that he wants to see some
burned badly on the hands and feet Fire Chief George Pierce asked to begin paying rent, second term of office. The New River lawyers in there. Parlapiano assured
and was admitted to Bradford County came to the meeting claiming the commissioners decided 'i% farmer and current board chairmanwas Roberts that when his staff moves Into
Hospital.. Further details were not Town owed him $84 In back pay. The grand jury room would 'be elected In 1974. the courthouse that Instead of each
available on Secrcst's condition Pierce gave a written statement that divided into offices for the state Two spots will open in the Bradford 'office having library, the lawyerswill
The men were standing on the said a 1956( council ruling allocated attorney giving that staff presently County Commission in the fall, the use the courthouse library.
ground when the accident occurred. payment of two dollars per trip for crowded into less than 400 square feet District 2 position now held by George Next the board members and legal
fireman driving the town's much larger facilities State Attorney Roberts and the District 4 slot .presently staff visited the grand jury room with
emergency/ truck to a fire. The council Gene Whitworth agreed to give up two held by E.W Hodges Whitworth quickly agreeing the space
refused payment with Chairman of the offices he now uses when he Mark B. Adkins and Jesse Wolbert was adequate if the room Is made! Ipto
Adams saying Pierce was a salariedfire moves Into the grand jury room. have qualified for the District two zqfn offices the group agreed that one of
chief and thus couldn't claim: pay Public Defender Parlapiano quickly contest. Adkins a 32-year-old Starke I+1 'the two courtrooms can be used as a
men) for the trips he made. Town agreed that the original 'county' native and local businessman, ran grand jury room.It .
Attorney Jesse Wolbert advised the judges' office adjacent hearing room against/ Roberts for the same seat In apparently made everybody that
council that payment to Pierce wasn't and an adjacent room presently used 1974 and was defea ted In an. extremely ,was involved Monday happy,
,., required, t as a lounge would be satisfactory.Jor tight race '. *,o i l' ) ,II 1 .,.1' <1nli 'enrul'.htiu7L ri ittol I) :poulblaJ.hitc\1)iWt\ic.h1baard\
Nipper advised the rest of thecewwr4 the staff tof fourhe. plans to rnuvftio ; ?. ,.ttrJiIjJ.'U, Attorney JJ. WoIbt't\lIb"IIEf! ."nu,,,'4arseawitJ. \\undylhwserjlrag
hat, 'Brooker "hd the Bradford courthouse as WrfiJTht' .....,.. 'I' ',., 'i ,11I, alI P., ..'.',?!, vWreksDlsly,2County _...,.., possibly developing was that Judge
approximately' $700 left In Its satellite office. Commission' Seat ,Yawn now chief judge of the.Eighth
recreation fund taken from the county "I appreciate your spirit 'of Judicial Circuit, might disapprove of
rAssk and had to spend the monies before cooperation." Whitworth told file doing away with the grand room.
the September 30 end of the fiscal commissioners after the "arrangements Judge Yawn sent word a jury weeks
year or lose It.Councilman had been worked out. ago thai he wanted the grand jury
Melvin brought up the Chairman E W Hodges insisted that room to remain as it Is, that the roomis
Charley possibility of using; the funds to refurbish the legal staff needed to be given an uniquely suited for grand jury
the public tennis court. answer and talked the other board deliberations, with' two restrooms so
"Its been brought to my attention members into broaching the topic jurors don't have to leave the room
E. that the tennis court needs some Monday morning. Hodges adjourned: es'i when hearing a case.
Improvement Melvin' said "It the meeting while commissioners i The possibility was noted Monday
needs to be resurfaced and extendedon scattered over the courthouse euph S morning by attorneys that Judge
Johns all four sides about three feet. It seeking his own solution to the space Yawn might issue an order prohibiting
also needs! a new net and the lights problem. *' the structural changes
neMtto' be reworked." Commissioners were reluctant to planned for the grand jury: room. The
About This Question: 'The money couldn't be put to disturb the storage room downstairs. ,county commission decided :to go
better use as far as I know." Nipper "You always need storage space'ssaid ahead, however with the 'work. on
Commissioner Dave Shuford.f grounds that the grand jury room
The rapid Increase in council approved a motion to "You can bring It up but how are > would be better utilized by housing the
robbery and theft push ahead in getting work on the you going to do away with all the state attorney offices
makes me worried court done storage space?" asked Commissioner The grand jury room is presently
about my stamp and George Roberts in the whispering lIar"dUnl used very little and remains lockedup
coin collection. My session which preceded the Seeks Dlst. 2 most of the time say local
Homeowner Dr. Joel F. Katz temporary adjournment. County Commission Seat I, officials.. a
Policydoesn't Scattering over the courthouse to Elated at finding so much available
begin to cover reacquaint themselves with the different -
PODIATRISTFOOTJPECIAUST Wolbert Is local who space in the second story legal
a attorney
the values. Can the offices the commissioners left complex. Commissioner' Maxie
moved to Starke three years ago to Steve Cardin
Charley E. Johns thestateattnrney much of their and staffs public standing: defenderand practice law with Gene Shaw. He has Seeks Dial 4 'Carter' jokingly suggested the board
'all -- -- idlyFUQUAY'S that and might rent some space.
Agency supply risk' since taken over practice County Commission Seat
insurance to cover the 4001 Newberry Road also serves as attorney for the county Commenting to the commission
about the current situation.
school board and the Town of Brooker .. legal
value of these rare *
State Whitworth said
and is special council and chief .. Attorney
stamps and coins?" Building D Suite 111 negotiator for the city of Starke 1. ,"< ,',! +"You and I were sold a bill of goods
Professional Insurance agent real estater Carpet Cleaning F Roberts is completing his third consecutive Article S in the new Constitution"
Gainesville Florida .
Whitworth said local officials were led
E. Shampooing Or .term on the ;; Bradford) r ,.w to believe Article 5 of the new Constitution -
Charley hat said he's undecided r
commission He
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Phone 373-3077 Steam Cleaning on whether he will be, runningfor ....... which revamped the state'scourt
AGENCY fourth term'and:won't make< system into two levels circuit
JOHNS Striping & Waxing *ha' '. and appellate would speed, court
---------------- decision for another'week or so. -' up
Omitted From The Yellow Tile Floors cases and ease the, load. on, local
Political newcomers Steven
131 S WALNUT ST. > governments .
Page Listing 964-8598 Starke Cardin and Paul Meng qualified for w : ' :'i "We voted in Article,5", then wound
Cardin lives In
PHONE 964-5070 the District four race : to service it," Whitworth
Under Podiatrists. Free Estimates the Hampton area and runs a septic continue The Florida legislature
tank and concrete business with his ,looked at the cost of ImplementingArticle
I ,I ,brother George just south of Starke.; e+ 'J"i -" ...... 5 and came up with a $19
,, Meng is a 57 year old electrician ; million ,dollar figure to house. state
TOHE UP Monroe-Matic who also lives near Hampton. He it attorneys! he said. ,
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STARE 1 works at National Protein. "The Legislature looked and laid

Cyl Elec. Igo. SHOCKS I Neither Cardin or Meng have ever' Hey, we can't do that'," sad|
: $2688 run for political office. -: I ;, Whitworth. and the load fell. onto the
400t Less FIRESTOde 44-year-old Incumbent E.W. Hodges I,,, e..1.Paiul county". governments. .
I Installed 4 ForS5900Most : is expected to run against Cardin* ,. ,' ."Hopefully we can move 'In the
Cars & Light Trucks U.S. 301 N. Starke Fla Meng in a bid for reelection to the .r.l ieeg''' future to paying the county for .the,
board. Hodges won In 1974 in his first Seeks Dist ,space we use. I would. like,to do that '
LUBE TIRES White Spoke try for public office I Whitworth added. .
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I Self-Professed Bigamist i Out-Of-Towner Should Have I

Pleads Guilty to Theft Bad Memories Of Starke ,j, .

Pleading guilty to mad theft la a of more than five grams of
pre-sentenclng Investigation on Giles Everett Williams, of Damage to Williams' car was not see It. She struck the .ilrend.\. .
marijuana ".100 bond, own '
Monday July 19 self-professed recognisance.: Lakeland, had a rough night in Starkeon 2000. wrecked automobile on the '('f'frellr.
bigamist Umton Lynn Jones went Harry Shtppard Jr. aggravated Sunduy, July 9. with hi. car being The out-oMowner's troubles were causing $3011! moos dkmiiMf
back to Bradford County Jail to await battery. M.DoTbomLRobertGeorgeOrtasusburstary) involved In two collisions within five just beginning, though. Three minutes William. and OH, l murd'nnil' .
sentencing. minutes of each other. later, at 10-15: a car driven by Kt'nllt'Ih'lIlIuf.euf St, |Vttntburg rrtelved
Judge Wayne Carlisle Is watting 730! oono. US-30l was the scene of the llama Eaten lines of Waldo, was minor Injuries thin linu-
until a report can be filed on Janes Johml.Jackson armed robbery rs mishaps, two miles south of Starke traveling north on US-301 Williams' Damage to the lldlnv cur was
background before he &Issues a een- 11,000 bond own recognisance. near the entrance to Sportsman's disabled car was still on the road,withno estimated at fund und ttivhww no
tenet Jones pleaded guilty to the R i..waYMStarIInC-delivery of World William. was traveling northon lights.' and Helms apparently did arrests.ChileM .
grand theft charges only after the a controlled substance. ",IOG bond. nil when another vehicle pulled out
state attorney'a office! promised that Joe Nelson grand theft auto and of the restaurant into the path of Representative Visit in Starke Next Friiluj .
all other charges, fleeing an officer arson$3.000 bond,own ncllC lla ca. Williams' car The two cars collided,
petty theft, and driving without a with Williams striking the left side of "If you are experiencing difficultieswith County('omml lont'r's Hoitm l hwuuwl I
Ucen e.would be dropped. Jones stolea All of the cases' trial dates were set ,II, -her: car. a federal agency and are in the Bradford County Courthmim--
rototlller owned by Fred Johnson to for September II. LMIU, ol the other car fled the frustrated about what to do, we will from 4.S p.m. In Starke
,Bradford County. In May. scene on foot, and IB still being sought. help you get your problems straightened ,
Bigamy charges cannot be brought Several changes of plea cases were There were no arrests, pending out. For those who'lire utuubldo in ,UH\ twith
In Bradford County because according brought before the court Monday also .'/>investigation Dean Senator Chile niK1
to Assistant State Attorney Joe Edward Lee changed his plea. to ,v.lr'/i t Two passengers! In Williams' car With this comment Senator Chiles people to contact his North KlurnUi
Tom dwell none of Jonas' marriageswere guilty for dealing stolen property, ...' ;:Lawrence Menu of Hampton andJohn urges citizens of Bradford County to Office In the IVxt iHliw and T
performed In the county and and received alive year probationterm. .. ... .?; Johnson of Ft Stewart, Ga'l received get in touch with his assistant Dean ('ourlhll\llf'14111Idinj( Kmim .'4 MK I'
Jones did not cfrhabltata with any of Several other related counts I' minor injuries as a theN Fenn, when he visits this area this : I'ark'nue T>illhiiK. c. l'i.irb6h2krd. .
his wives In the county. Bigamy were dropped. Jim Cooper will be moving Into the N ,wreck Friday July 14 Dean will be In the : : Phone INM.:?K IT'K'! :
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charges would have to be brought area as Starke'a new Local Customer .. .a
against Jones from Seminole County Conley S. Bush pled guilty to Issuing Service Manager for Continental Faulkner Attends OPEN Sam-llpm+
or counties In Mississippi anbGeorgia. worthless checks: and the case was Telephone Bradford. Square Stark :

No date. was announced for the dismissed. Cooper has been with the phone 4-H Short Course

sentencing.In Gene Leroy Todd pleaded not guilty company for five years and la
other court action Monday pleas to charges of violation of probation. faring to Starke from Rochelle, Butch Faulkner has just returned
of not guilty were filed by: Todd was slip under a one year Georgia to take over the local position from the National 4-11 Citizenship LjrSaE ,01' 9
Lois L. Taylor- Forgery, utteringa probation that .he received after from,,Charles S. Tttmus.Titmus. Short Course held annually at the
forgery grand theft; $.,aoo bond, guilty to trespassing on who had been with the National 4 II Center In Chevy Chase,
own recognisance. occupy property September: 1(77. Starke office! for over two years has Md just outside of Washington, D.C,
11 Ronald Eugene Griffls possession! A..hearing Is scheduled for July 11. been transferred to North Carolina. The Short Course taught many
citizenship goals and taught him -

:,: about United the States.governmental lie also system studied of the a US.301 S. OLD FASHIONSANDWICH 964-6609
"Commission Hears Initial
course on eye and health care Whilehe
was there h he had conferences with SHOPPE
his State Senators and Congressmen
and he wa.able to.ee t he governmentin REUBEN ROAST BEEF a TURKEY BREASTrORMP
action. While In Washington, he PASTRAMI CAMEL
Budget RequestsBradford's toured the Capitol, the White House BEEF '
the Washington Monument, the SUBMARINES
Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Salads Ice Cream Cheese Cake
County Commissioners Fine and Forfeiture Including the year would be about$944,423. up from Memorial, the Smithsonian Institute,
met In their flnf budget session Sheriffs Department) and the County last year but$147,334 short of the total ,:h I.;*.> the Washington Zoo, the Washington, Mrchelob On Draft Imported Beers ,
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Monday. July 10, and quickly ran Transportation" Trust for ,road and budget request for the Fund. DC Hospital the Arlington ,
.. Farnsworth added a new state law Try Our Delicious ___.. '
through the early of what Isusually bridge) Fund. Cemetery Mount Vernon and at. -- g
a. long drawn-out budgeting The General Funds request totaled which requires more detailed information tended play at Ford Theatre, Thin Sliced Choice ROAST BEEF At ReO Price
process. $I.O 1.7S7.up 111.907 over last year's on budget requests could Faulkner traveled via GreyhoundBus
General Fund expenditure of tKa.KO.: make this year's budget a "bound Lines along with 88 other Florida g, And oet Coke or Ice Tea RO, SOle
Local Certified Public Accountant "
The County Transportation Trust book. 4-H delegates. He also made friends FREE FREE
(CPA) Pat Farnsworth and County session for the com I With This I
Fund requested teos.via for 197S-79. Next budget with other 4-H'ers. from all over the Coupon
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up $30.117 over last year's $370.795. mission Is p.m. United States.
l 78-79 budget requests totalling The Fine and Forfeiture requests for Wednesday. July 19. The commissionwill
$2.022,869 to the commission. The the next fiscal year totaled $121.000. also hold two public hearings on
budget requests are estimated expenditures up $ 1.000 from last the budget as required by law and the
: for 1978-79 and come from expenditure of $30013.-Of the Fine first of those was scheduled for S p.mWednesday. ,
all agencies and Individuals that receive and Forfeiture request t283.010 came .August 2. The county will
funding from the county. from the Sheriffs Department That advertise both.public: hearings
The new requests are some$207,000 .Is up $23,000 from what the County BEAT THE
higher than last year's budget figures Law Enforcement Agency spent last Summer FoodProgram
In the general fund, fines and for- year.The.
:features and road budget. The commission commissioners spent most of Helps
will review and whittle down the session discussing the General .
the requests'before approving a final Fund; the largest division of the
budget In September. county budget Farnsworth told the Needy Kids i
Three divisions make up the bulk of Commission that the expected ft
'the county budget The General Fund revenue from the General Fund next The Suwannee River Economic! is: MEM
Council Inc. Is sponsoring the
"Summer Food Program For
Children," which began June 27 and m

I 3 City Council Seats Open ends The August Summer 11. Food Service

Program is fully funded by the United
Three seats on the Starke Department He Is employed as a States Department of Agriculture. And
commission are up for grabs in Ilerupeoml mechanic In the Organizations of the is to bridge
Maintenance No. 7 In Purpose) program Save'I
Shop Camp
ing September 13 election in'a.rheeb.'nroffysr ,8JIIncIIIIII.w.-.,.,..., si:\.. U.aap from the end. of school_ lunc),e.s- r.., '..
'Rht'wthel. "mintie.prin= unit) tile. ,' With"A'Room
"'City.a Scbaefer.. 50.; wa* first elect : school: lunches In the fall, for chin
Qualifying I dates and election are .m when he defeated incumbent In geographical areas school neighborhoods
I the same as those for the county Billy Noegel by 60 votes. In 1174 ) where at least one-third of
Schaefer defeated the lute Tommy Air ConditionerNumber y ye
''election. City qualifying opened the children qualify for free or reduced ,
and closes at Williams In 1976 Schaefer was un-
Tuesday July II noon price meals during the school
Tuesday July 25. The first primary opposed.Epos. .
Is and the second 43. la completing his second year.SREC
election set Sept. 12, plans to provide nutritionally
elected In 1074
term. He wad first
Oct 10.
balanced meals to approximately
Group S ,commissioner Charles when he won a three man race with Sites In this
2,_ children per day.
Schaefer paid his $120 Tuesday night Carlton Chastaln and Bill Glover In area where lunches will be served are
to run for a fourth term. Group t I97$ he was unopposed. He Is the Reno Recreation Center Starke
>commissioner Wilbur Waters and current council chairman. serving 100. Pratt Recreation Center.,
,Group 3 commissioner Harold Eppi.botJ'i Epos la controller of the Combined Starke serving 25,Quiet Thunder Day 1 Air Conditioning Maker t

state they plan ,to run, for re- Maintenance Shop Is at Camp Blending.his first _*rrp, Starke, serving 40, and Speed-.
Waters 39.
election.There was no word Tuesday, night term on the city council: He won the villa serving Baptist 40.Work Church. Speedville. Room Air '
about opposition for any of the three Group I seat qy defeating former
Incumbents. councilman Seeber Goodman in a Nears End OnCountySubdiuiaton
Schaefer, completing his sixth: year race for the seat vacated by former Conditioners
and third term on the council. Is a councilman Marc Jackson. Rules
former chairman of the council and Waters owns and operates Waters ,
,this year Is in charge of the Streets BuUdoBlnc In Starke. Final changes to subdivision
proposed new code of
regulations were made at a workshop
I Owners Advised to Immunize Horses session of the County Zoning Board in
the courthouse July 5.
Reports from different sources experiencing: an outbreak. Some Zoning Director L.M. Gains hopesto
agree that an outbreak of Eastern reports have suggested that heavy have the code in shape to present to '
Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has hit rains have Increased the mosquito the County Commission at its August 7 --
North Central Florida but the reports population thus creating the out. session. If approved by the
vary on whether cases have been confirmed break. Dr.Tomas said that could well commission a date will be set for a
In Bradford County. be the reason for the unusually large public hearing on the new regulations.Gaines Weatherette FtL _
\ EEE.commonly known as sleeping number of EEE!: cases. would like to have some Portable
,sickness In horses, is carried by wild "I would still urge horseowners to input from loc.-1 realtors before final Room AirConditioner _
birds and then transmitted to horses have their" horses Immunized Im adoption of the :new rules.
by mosquitoes. Symptoms include mediately. Tomas said.
depresion. high fever uncoordlnation vaccination for EEE consists of
and Inability to eat even when hungry. two initial doses two weeks apart and
Some horses will even go blind when yearly boosters to maintain Immunity Weathermaker' 400
suffering from the disease. Room Air Conditioner

The disease has a mortality rate of : l'
'90 per cent and the only effective y :-1
Is preventive immunization
"'-' High.Efficiency.

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Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural r 400
Sciences tlFASI said EEE! KEN TEAL Room Air Conditioner
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Speaking from his Tallahassee I I. the world's farasrt Prices start as low asp
state veterinarian Dr. Juan SPECIAL NEEDS
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Tonus said he knew of no confirmed and has a volume of FORCAMPETSPlushness
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Surprise Baby Sh..wer tlllttltBROOKERa" Grandparents arc: Mr. Pet Hodge of F., :Baptist Bible: School Dates SetJuly
Mr.and Mr.Joe Robinson and ion, Brooker and Mrs. Shirley Hedge of -
Vince were honored with a surprise IN BRIEF Gaineavillm Ureal-granAparent are: 31 August 4 has been set as youth Department Mrs Bert
.. baby shower given to them after Mr. and Mr. Dennis Hodge of the time for Vacation Bible School at Colston; Older GhlldrenMrsVIalarleCoburn
church services Sunday night Jurist 'B/ ""h.lt. Prescottithy Brooker. Also another greatgrandmother First Baptist Church Starke. ; Middle Children Mr*. Grace
25. ; ''1WlUlnaham. is Mrs Margarette MeEuen of Provisions for children ages 4' Buckley; .'
About 62 people enjoyed this family Linda Harrell, RoM MoU, Everyone had a good Brooker. through 11 In Bible study and related 7 year Department Mrs. ,Lane
social shower at the Brooker Baptist Kelley Jean Douglas, Carolyn Dyal, time. activities will begin each morning at 9 Tenly; 6 year department Mrs. Alto
fellowship hall. The room was Edith Melvin Dottie Cranford. Donna New Arrivals Tent CrusadeAn a.m. and dismiss at 11:30: a.m. Walker; 5 year department Mrs. Dot
decorated with yellow and white Tolleson, Joy Markham and Elaine CongratulationsMr. area wide tent crusade is goingon Anyone who has children of these Bryant; 4 year department, Mrs
crepe paper entwined and draped Mott. The honored family received .and Mrs Ricky Mott, of Starke In Brooker,July 9-ie at 730; p.m. If ages is Invited to call First Baptist Shirley Boone; Nursery Mrs Dee
toward the middle of the room. Green many lovely and useful gifts for their announce the birth of a IOn, Ricky you have not had the opportunity 01hearing Church to arrange for transportation. Canova.
and white matching floral cloths were baby-to-be. Marcus, born June 27. He weighed 7 the evangelist Dr. Hyman J. If needed.
used on the refreshment tables and Ibs. 14V* ounces. Paternal grandparents Appleman you have missed a Vacation Bible School one of the
the gift table. A stork centered the Personals are Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Mott of blessing Also Mr. Larry Naols .to biggest events of the summer at First
refreshment table.Refreshments Mrs.Doris Kelley and son, Charles, Brooker. Paternal great-grand leading some good singing A nursery Baptist Over 300 children and youth "Friendship Is not to be
of home-made I Ice enjoyed visiting another of Mrs. mother Is Mrs. Brook Perryman of for small children is provided at the will be participating In the various bought at a fair"
cream and cake were served by the Kelley'a sons, and family. Mr. and Brooker. Maternal grandperenta are: orated Baptist Church. The tent I Ia groups under the direction of Travis Thomas Fuller
hostesses: Laura Kaye Thomas, Mrs.Lennox Kelley and son Kyle, at Mr. and Mrs G.F. WoUred, Jr. of In the sub-division In Brookeron Kimbril, Minister of Education. The
their new home in Ormond Beach Starke. Maternal great-grandmother the road going to Gainesville.A directors for the individual groups
Sunday, July 2. is Mrs. G.F. Wolf red, Sr of Starke. "Journey Into Adventure" Is presented -
Training Session Set Mr. and Mrs. Allen Messmore and Venessa Hodge wishes to announcethe each evening at 6:30: p.m. for rj
children, Anna Marie, Lee and Laura birth of a son, Michael Wayne, all young people. This Is led by Dr.
By Green ThumbFlorida Lynn from Temple Hills, Marylandhave born June 20. He weighed 8 Ibs. 10 ox,. Appleman.
been here visiting with Mrs. VERNON E. OLIN
Farmers Union Green Messmore (Annette's) folks: Mr. and A.A. Fellowship; Obierva Fourth Anniversarymeeting r5
Thumb, a federally funded public Mrs. Leslie Green and Joe; and Mr.
employment for older persons, Is and Mrs. Stanley Green and family. Democratic Candidatefor
sponsoring a training session for all Mrs Betty Jo Dean of Bristol,Tenn. On Alcoholics July 7.1978, the Bradford Groupof each Friday at 8 p.m. In the
persons 45 years of age who are un was here recently visiting with her Anonymous" had Its Chamber of Commerce building In
employed or looking for a job. brother and family Mr. and Mrs. fourth "birthday, as It Is known in Starke. Anyone Interested In
The session will be held next Tommy Cox Brad and Deena. She the Fellowship of A.A. The group alcoholism, for themselves or for a
Wednesday. July 19, at 1:30: pm. in was here at the right time to help her members have worked with much friend or for any other reason Is BOARD OF EDUCATIONDistrict
the county commission meeting room, nephew Brad, celebrate his 13th dedication for the last four years to welcome to attend.The group also has
Bradford County courthouse, in birthday, June 21. Accompanying maintain their own sobriety and to a closed meeting each Sunday at 8 One
Starke. A representative of the Mrs. Dean was her carry the A.A. message to others who p.m. In the Chamber of Commerce
Florida State Employment Service Mack Pressley of Lake Butler, Brad's may have a drinking problem, and! ; building, but these are only for those
will be present along with a Rural Job Granny Pressley, and Miss Becky they feel that these two things are the persona who think they may have a
Development and Training Specialist Pressley of Tallahassee. Brad's aunt reasons the Bradford Group has" drinking problem. Mr.Olin believes that school board member should/ spend an average
of Green Thumb. To further celebrate his. birthday, lasted. The Bradford Group is one of 28,000 [ of, at,least twenty hours per week. on school business.
All Green Thumbers In Bradfordand Brad and his family ate supper with A.A. does not recruit members The A.A. groups worldwide There are W. must attain a salary. schedule that will attract the best personnel
Union counties are required to his other grandmother and aunt Mrs. Bradford Group has an announcement now more than one million memberswho I possible, and keep them Create programs with the assistance, of the
attend according to a news release Inez Green and Shirley. Aunt Lucy in the Bradford County Tele have found answers to drinking I superintendent his stall which will Improve the quality of educationat
submitted to the Telegraph office Edwards also dropped by to wish hima graph classified section giving two problems. Alcoholics Anonymous IS Bradford County Schools to that they will be greatly advanced.
Green Thumb employs persons 45 "Happy Birthday." telephone numbers that anyone with a anonymous, so anyone attending can Lower taxes are a must and by planning and practicing strictest. ,
and older In parttlme jobs with public drinking problem may call, and"this is be assured that their Identity will be1 economy< this can be don*. -
agencies. Green Thumb began as an Retirement the extent of their "recruiting. The protected.The He believes, that where there a-will there Is a way t Anything worthwhile
agricultural related program but now Mrs. Johnnie Green retires after 34 group welcomes persons referred by ( above article was written by Is worth working for
places employees In all areas. years of dedicated school teaching In the Mental Health Department or the one of the founders of the Bradford
the Brooker and Starke area. We wishto courts,or anyone who has hea rd of the Group. In accordance' with A.A. Paid Political Advertisement by Vem n E. Olln, Campaign Fund
.... thank her for a very special part In group and comes on their own. traditions, It was requested that his
11.- .' : educating our children. We hope she The Bradford Group has an open name and address be withheld.)
,.c t will enjoy many years of happy red

; Birthday Party
Tina Willingham celebrated her 7th vt -.--;
birthday Thursday July 6, with a .
The first criaic-proof fabricwas party at her home. Tina's guests were r
introduced in Manchester served cake Ice-cream and punch by FOOD tl 0 i
England, In 1932. her mother Mrs. Mary Sue

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Mrs.Joyce Hicks,22 requested that In lieu of flowers, FAIR ,
donations be made to the American

Mrs. Joyce M. Hicks, 22, of Rt. 1, Cancer Society. r
Box 157,Starke,died Monday,July 10,
In Riverside Hospital In Jacksonville
of a stroke suffered after delivery of a William Norris Martin 32 F HOT DOG CALIFORNIAMEURGE '
The Infant, taken by Caesarean William Norris Martin, 32, of A DRISCQL
section was delivered normally. Hudson Florida, died Tuesday
Mrs. Hicks was born and lived her morning,July 11, In Shands Teaching STRAWBERRIES-
entire life In the Bradford Countyarea. Hospital of Gainesville following a ROLLS SAVE.18" SAVE 4C UNA
She was a graduate of Bradford lengthy illness. -
High School and was employed at Born December 8, 1945 in White r' -.
McDonald's. Plains, New York, Mr. Martin 0 8PAK 13.5oz CAN
Survivors Include: her husband, operated an import auto garage In \\R Its Sgar '
Scott Hicks of Starke; a son, Robert Smyrna, Del. He came to Starke 3 $159 Kist
Scott Hicks; her parents, Mr. and several months ago to be near Shands eNt'NN
Mrs. Winslow Johnson of Starke; a Teaching Hospital where he received e t PINTS 11eN/IY.Y
brother, Johnnie Johnson of Starke, treatment for kidney complications. ,
and two sisters: Mrs. Faye Paulk of He was a member of the Congregational ,

Jessup, Ga. and Miss. Tammie Church oI.Newtown, Conn. .
Johnson of Starke. Survivors Include his father Paul : .....
Funeral lervlcea were held C Martin Hudson;hla mother,Mr*:
Wednesday afternoon, July 12 In the Louise Malmsjo Martin of Hudson; PARTY FLAK "IG. 10
chapel of Archer-Tanner Funeral his maternal grandmother, Mrs. or CIO V ERIE AF 0F12 LARGE ,
Home of Starke with Rev. Ben Bryant Marta Malmsjo of Starke; a brother,
officiating Burial was in Kingsley Paul B. Martin of Sandy Hook, Conn., RILLS$1 FLORIDA .
Lake Cemetery under direction of and two sisters: Lisa A. Martin of
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of Wichita,Kansas and Sheryl L. Martin MANGOES
Starke. of Hudson. GOLD .UG iTr'OR H'Ra fAr, '
The body was to be cremated with swill POTATO 10
H Albert A.Keunlng 80 burial at a later date. DeWitt C. Jones PUMPCRNICKE1OVEN .
Funeral Home was In charge of ar CAKE I BREAD 59

Albert A. Kenning. 60, of Starke, rangements. a.u.ta. EACH C C 0
died of cancer Saturday morning I uv.tIN89 C 0; 59* __ 0 _
July 8,In Shands Teaching Hospital In :: ::::::,,: :::: :: : :::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::.;: CALIFORNIA '

Gainesville after an extended illness. aw.. ..-Ii.( t+lrOovL ;.;')
Mr. Keuning was born In Plainfield : Card Of ThanksThe t r.erV Nuw _.1M_.... FLORIDA CITRUS
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N.J. He was employed as of a OLYMPIC
captain .. '
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yatch. He lived in Bradford County for MEAL ORANGE
the past year.He was a member of the Family of Earl Goodman Is BREAD N..aruraww Mix or Match AMortcd PUHCB3
Protestant laith'Survlvon sincerely grateful to friends and soar
include f, his widow, Mrs. neighbors for their many kind acts of tae. 79cus178rg Lb.39C HALF 79c
Wanda Keuning of Starke: two sons: sympathy during our sad '1Wp' GALLON
Robert and Albert S. Keuning, both of bereavement. Our appreciationcannot
Jacksonville;a daughter, Mrs Louise be adequately expressed. '...,Det4w"l! "
Urioste of Sterling Va.; his mother Special thanks to Rev. Roman ,
Mrs. Kathreen Keuning of Long Alvarez and Rev. Alton Dobbs, Dr. '
Island, and two brothers: George Kiert Sundusadee and the hospital
Keuning of Long Island and Martin staff at the Bradford County Hospital, ''SLAW I
Keuning of Iowa. and the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ) '
Funeral services were held Monday Home. :)39'
morning July 10 at graveside in """ ,
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Mrs.Ann Goodman and Daughters
Roman Alvarez officiating. Burial Seeber Goodman and Family
was under direction of Archer-Tanner J.L. Goodman and Family PFEIEF wos.a w
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ACTIVITIES Mr* Elsie Norman and her
CHURCH' OF GOD: Sunday School grandson Jim Kenneth and Kevin Andrew of Wildwood who spent 10 daughter Dobbi, of Jacksonville,
IQJ WorihlpServlcw a a.m. and Norman and Mba Mary Ann Lyons Ell!..blh. Terry day with them; Mr*. Joyce Futch. of were guests of their cousin. Miss
\ Vayti. .* Meeting.Wednesday, 7 attended the Bore Family Reunions Pbone'l8J.3300 Blackshear. Ga., visited them on Elizabeth Terry on Sunday after
\I p. *-, YrE Friday at T to.rt. at Levi Borees' Home at Mtddleburg u..:.. 11\1 _"__'00 '1.''. Thursday; R.C. Moore and son Bob of noon.
s EVERGREEN BAPTIST; Sunday on Sunday. "Brian Bowman spent a week with I'11'him.on Monday, Our prayers are Lake City visited them on Saturdayafternoon Mr. and Mr*. Larry Norman, their
School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 Miss Elizabeth Terry his ; Mr*. Gayle Todor and daughter Rhonda Norman and their
was a of cousin. Robby Bowman !\
guest of
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a.nti and 7 p.m.. Training Union 6 her sister Mrs. CE Strickland, of Satellite Beach Robby Bowmajt#lN'. ,tlU' Robert Lee visited her' II IUun'. sons.Scott and Brad of Orange Park, mother. Mr*. Ola Starling visited Mr.
p. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Gainesville Monday to Wednesday. came home with Brian to spend< I' <*'.Betty Trec kKey MOM Andy Andrew of Wildwood. Mrs. and !Mrs. Roy Thomas Malone and
p.m..' Their dinner guest on Monday and week with him, !}j. !Mrs lye on Saturday afTjsboon. Tom Casey all visited on Sunday family in Kentucky on "'flirlaca.
BAPTIST CllfRCIIi Radio Tuesday McKinney of Slarke.. spent afternoon. They called their son tion.They also toured North Carolina
FAiJ11 : was Mrs Wood Wester. AH Friends of Mr,, and Mr*. T'?hfe> Sunday afternoon
on WPXE IS am. Sunday. of them visited Mrs Strickland son Futch of J .konVlle( Beach regret fv re\\s. with Mrs. Pierce Freddie Moors In Henderwnvllle. Tennessee, and Illinois. They spent
Bible School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser in-law and grandson Joe Bason and to l earn that bla wif4.Patsy Is verl1lrin Wendell N.C on Sunday.Mr. from Saturday to Friday.
vices. It a.m and 8-30: p.m.. Prayer Joey on Tuesday. Joey's arm was hurt >ll'U t :ltat. Our Kelly arrived Sunday for a and Mr*. Charley Mosley and Mr, Hilda Woodward and
feetlng.Wedl1t'lIday at ft'30 p,m. In an accident. Other of with them. prayerfre lermlei his p renla. Mr. and Mr*. their mother. Mr*. Lonnie Teston daughter spent a week with her
guests A t1
1'1 FIRST) BAPTIST CIIVKCIIt Strickland were Mr. and Mr. Melvin Mr and :\Ira. Richard Durban: )an. ( from Kelly, His wife came by plane visited her mother. Mrs. Wordie mother Mr. C.R. Crews. Mr*. Tom
Sunday School 9:43 a.m.. Worship Monk of Alton, Texas on Wednesday norm, of Memphis. Tenn.. a weeks Indiana on Monday and they metLht'r Melton of Ocoee on Thursday. The Clayton and son Tom of Jacksonville
,: lit the
/ Airport on Monday Darlene and Jeannen and Mr. and Mr*. Charles
[Services U..m. and 7-30 p.m.. Train- morning. with their brother-in-law and night twine Mosley Harper
Jng Union 8:30: pm. Prayer Meeting; Rev. Will Wright Pastor of Grace Mr and Mrs O.J. Boyette.sister.andfamily : [They afternoon.left for home on Thursday spent the day with their granddaddywhile and baby of Wauchula, .visited. themon
on Wednesday at 7'30 p.m. United Methodist Church will leave and brother and sisterinlawiMr Mr they were gone. Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
u' "GRACE UNITED METHODIST: July 17th to attend Emory University and Mrs. Raymond Durban ana lalIIlId Clarence Dobbs and his son-in- Mr. and Mr*. G.S. Stanley of and Mrs. James Anders of
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship In Atlanta. Ga. for 4 weeks of Advanced sons daughter Mr. and Mr. Fred Crescent City brought their mother. Patatka. came after their mother.
'tt Services 'II am. and 730 p.m., Training and Studies Mrs Harry Pringle and children or S'Macclwmy.;;:'Ilaulcrson and daughter, of Mrs. Bessie Watts home on Sundayand Mrs Alma Anders on Sunday July 2,
Methodlst Youth Fellowship at 6:30: Mrs Elsie Norman and Auburndale. were Saturday afternoon were overnight guest of their and they left Palatka Monday for
her grandsons spent Monday with hers\I Moucfcls
brother and tlster-ln- brother and sister-in-law Mr. Rome Ga.. and a few day
-" and spent
p.m. on Sunday night. Choir Practice Jim. Kenneth and Kevin aunt Mrs. Pierce Crews. law Mr and !Mrs.
Arlie Dobbs. there with
their son-in-law and
Wednesday at 713 p.m.IIIGIIh1VD Norman and Miss Mary Ann Lions, Mr. Gary Thompson, of Findley, Mrs. Barry Watts
."dt jlr and I\In. Ronnie McClellan of Mr. and Mrs Casey Dobbs daughter. Mr. and Mr*. Smith. While
,< BAPTIST: Sunday saw the fireworks Tuesday Ohio. Is visiting his mother. Mrs.Daisy' were
night at Vldalia.!
School 10 Ga., spent the weekend with Sunday supper guests of their there they went to Chattanooga Tenn. "
ji a.m. Worship Services IIi Keystone Heights On Wednesday Thompson, his sister. Mrs.
'a.m. and 6 ,"ffiTi P"rents- Mr.' and Def. Le parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs from there they went to Montgomery.
p.m. meeting on they spent the day at Silver Barbara Jordan and his brother.
Wednesday Their son Paul returned William Harris of Ocoee. a Ala., and visited their on-in-Taw and
at 7-30 Mrs. spent
p.m. Opal Lewis Mrs Doris Buddy' Thompson of Starke. .' f
home with them after a five .weeks daughter, Mr. and Mrs
BAPTIST School Jesse Week with his brother-in-law and Gary Godwin
;pl.AUHA Sunday Barbour
and Michele. visited Mr and Mrs. Jim Chamberlln. :
vyisil t with the !McClellans and from
and their ,sister, Mr. and Mr*. Lonnie Teston. there they returned home on
((10 a m.? Worship Services II a.m. and Mrs. Clara Cummings of Wilming- attended the: wedding of Miss Phoebe other '
,":;J7I30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting on ton. N.C, for the Lewis Reunion. They Buck and Rudy Bennett at First Max Sweat grandparent! and other Mr.relatives and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Winston Shelton and Sunday.
Wednesday at 7-.10: p,m.vSR.MOUGAN returned home on Friday Baptist Church of Grey Gables at Tuesday! :Mr and Mrs llermie
: KO.MJ BAPTIST Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Gallahnn on Thursday July 6th ala .Kelly and their non and daughterinlaw coutlngNews *.. ..... .. ...
JlCIIVRCIIt 1 : Sunday School 10 a.m.. Arthurine Blanchard visited her :Mr. and !Mrs. Wendell( Pamela Clark and Kim Thompson.
..j1<,Worship Services 11 a m. and 730MD.m : sister Miss Knza Blanchard. and pm.Mrs.. Waldo Pringle of Worthington(siattemled! a fourth of July at Kelly the Spending the night with them were
.. Training Union 6 :Mrs.! Thelma Wilson picnic Bill and Adrea Abrams.
pm. Prayer on Thursday of Springs. IIPI'ntIonday with her home of !Mr. ud Mrs A.P. llallman. Cana
,;,\I,, <<.oetlnj( Wednesday at 7-30: p.m..OItTIISIDE last week at Baker County Nursing ulster. Mrs, Pierce Crews! of Keystone height! There 12 Schmidt and Irene Wainwright.
A' ; BAPTIST Sunday I Home at Macclenny Johnny DeVore of Atlanta. Ga.. present for the occasion. were 4 Eave Brownies were In charge of lag
(.' School 10 a,m.. Worship Services II Mr. and Mrs Bennett Green of spun) the weekend with his mother, Mr and Mrs Albert lledbcrg and ee4. -seta Thursday they were Aimee Ferguson ,
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Superior. Arizona were guests of their !Mrs! Pauline DeVore and family. ..daughter of, Pittsburgh Penn. Meredith Dunn. Melinda
Wednesday at 7 brother and "'I Neyati Day Camp 1978 1 II now over Beth
p m.SMYHNA sister-in-law. Mr. and MM Wayne Hardee and children stopped by for a 'ort visit with their Powell. McKinney Julie Ferguson
MISSIONARY I :Mrs Harold Eunice and other relatives and her parents. !Mr. and !Mrs Fred ,, cousin. Mrs Kobe Lee with only pleasant memories. It Is Tara Williams Terrlcena
BAPTIST: Sunday School II) a.m.. for several days. (Carter of Clay Hill spent the 4th of .,:,< morning on Thursday amazing how quickly you forget the Kitties Angela Ball Nicole Palin.
r Worship Services am,,'and 7 pm.. Friends of Mrs. Eloise Vanc nt. of July at Kintfsley Lake. Mr and Mrs..Gene Pearson, their heat and Insects. Camp was terrific as Amy Lewis. Kim Dukes. Alisha/
i UTS '43' p.m., Prayer: Meeting Callahan (sister of Mr and !Mrs !Mrs. Pierce' Crews spent Friday sister :Mrs.\ Dorothy Fcdak. of Starke were the campers. A big thank you to Gruen. Shannon Abrams. Sebrlna
1 Wednesday 7 p.m. Cecil hardest I regret to learn that t she with her brother-in-law and sister thelrddtighter Mrs. Linda Tatum ard Nancy Brewer for the art instruction Smith with unit leaders July Dukes,
1 1>":ltSClSU.SIrll. had surgery last week and is not doing !Mr and Mrs. Waldo Pringle ofWOI.thlnjlon hrrd.niKhler( hobin, visited relatives Jennifer Jockel for the tennis instruction Willie Mae Randolph Buelah Lennon.
:\ Leonard Norman' returned well. Our prayers are with her ( Springs In 'nttonwood.. Alabama, on Todd Schmidt for compass These girls enjoyed really neat crafts,
home from SI. Vincent Hospital In Miss Arthurine Blanchard visited Daniel Kay Brown and his parents; Saturday instruction Joyce Wainwright for making ice cream cooking out and fi
,Jacksonville. Friday after spending her cousins. Mr and Mrs J L. !Mr and Mrs. D.R, Brown went to (;Ul'stllof Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore orienteering and once again thanks to baton. Friday was staffs turn for flag
several dais there. Johnson, of Jacksonville on Sunday Naval Hospital In Jacksonville for during the week, were Mrs. Ann Harry Green Don llardenbrook and ceremony and it was really great with
.Florida. Power and Light for the Patty Mullins and her flute and the
"cooling effect" You made It large flag. Thanks to Wilma
bearable. Kronenburger, the flag Is an added
y Flag ceremonies the last three days beauty.
at camp proved to be as impressive as Once again\ a special big thank you
the first of camp. Wednesday the to the unit leaders who had to do the
FOOD Junior Fly-Ups were In charge of flag planning and setting up. Laurie
they also spent the night at camp. Mullins, Janet Klmutls. Andrea
They were working on Backyard Fun Abrams and Judy Dukes couldn't.
Printo Rambler and Water Fun have done it without you.
badges. Scouts Involved were Scouts be working on your Summer
1aiF Stephanie Dukes, Donna Younts, Scout patch and perhaps a badge with
[ FAIR Brooke Williams, Marie Thomas. your family. Have a nice summer.

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ODYoNTAn-, TUBING Lillian Johnston of Chattanooga.Tenn. .
FLOUR spent four days recently with I,
53C Mr. and Mrs. Hank Lott and family Mrs. Garnet Studer
O 7- RIWID WITH 1/3 RIAL ..1':1 5 LB BAG .4s oar' NORMAL OR oar-: .. 1A Ichetucknee. They acquired good Thursday after spending five days
,,,,,, cur TNI ITKM AT T7'_ suntans and cooled off tubing down visiting relatives in St. Augustine. t
VIRYDAT LOW elks s'c >
SKILLET BRAND. A .. the Springs.Mr. James Contois and Steve Brown .
SLICED RCAKFAST. ,'V 119 RBCIIV..,.A..a...TJAYtVt'ZIJWtlJgtT and Mrs. Michael Brunetti and spent the weekend with the National ,
IAVI .;."..H o'*.;.xm l :hi Hat llltll-i'o BUM,* IWM bwcco COUTM nooixll Ml TNa sons. Mike and Clifford accompaniedby Guard at Camp Blanding.
BACON LI PICa. 3011 ? Mr. and,Mrs. Norman Phillips and
daughters, Diane and Debbie went HAMPTON LAKE,
tubing on the Ichelucknee/ on. July.3- .,. .
',.'-, 'They.U enjoyed pic&v lunchln Ut ..., id "' ....Don Harris. r.-
'Tar r....MtY, -=,::t- -.1 ,4. '$ < ;WtMiv < HamervnrCity -
t' Ce+ -G H----"' .KIM _.. .,.. J 'a } .. .-lovely arcs i Si x Pa.left Thursday alter an It day* ,
""- Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McClure took visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry i
u IAVI FIu; ;;. Cooed Ham Il S''1" W'uUli along her brothers Joe. Mike and Stefanelll. Also joining them at their
a O1B 20' Pickr.s ::: :99"Claussens 3fl' John on their July 3 tubing and lake home were Mr. and Mr*. Albert
r : picnlcing trip to Ichetucknee Springs. Stcfanelli of Jacksonville. Mr. and
t Fresh Pak SausaeaiMmSS' Mrs. Jim Biggs and son of Atlantic ,
TO-. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stefanelli
tykes-Dinner Franks 'IS $1M 1 ZO' Rhonell Estes celebrated'her 6th anf friends.family of Gainesville and other

11/ .....-.. birthday on July 111! She entertainedII Mrs. Eugene Meng celebrated her
Axelfods Cheese I" .. 99e 20'ii's. friends at McDonald's In Starke 20th birthday on July 5 with a family
where they were all provided with a party.
A M A Cal Yogurt ..ten. 4Pantnf"prid / 1 12' birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Meng and
e Mr. and Mrs. Otic Lowman and daughter.Angela of Jacksonville and
iULFdi Cheese ..99 it daughter. Susan of Salisbury. N.C. Beverly Meng of Orlando visited their
i uotci American s 1" spent from July 1 through July 6 with parents. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Meng and
Singles eases M- Mr.and Mrs. W.D. Carter and family. family over the weekend.On .
S They all went sightseeing in St. Tuesday. July II. Paul Meng
? '* *M M COMPARE syas?' w .,,, 20'
COMPARE -= ". Augustine while there and enjoyed held a meeting at his home when he
MIM wrrr.rrre aranru.auraaeeu 'a01Hormel's CQ* touring that ancient city and visitingthe explained his campaign goals as a
Little Sizzler 99c wSunnylands r Variety PacK :tenser s1 1" zoo 21MM: seas ao Alligator Farm. candidate for County Commissioner
VeRitable et89e Mrs. Cathy Roberts and Mrs. In District 4 of Bradford County I
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i \y:,, Dixie Youth All-Stars Open Against Bel Med a J

1 i The opening game will tell the tale Other games scheduled for opening two sound, balanced teams this1
M to we're going to do." day of the eight teem tourney are year," Little added.
\ League Dixie! coach National Middleburg vs. Gainesville Americanat There Is one member of the want j pM
All-stars Richard 3:30 and Lake Butler vs. that deserves-special attention. If*
Stan'Uttle. chan ,pa the Starke All- Gainesville Bronco at 8:30. Kathy Diggo,the first girl to ever play
.. in the Double The tournament will continue next on a Stark Dixie Youth All&tar
Ulmtnttea District Seven Tourna- week with game scheduled at 8:30: team Kathy led the National League
ment, which begins the Saturday and 9, until a winner I II determined. Dodgers In hitting with a AM average,
July 15, at Pratt Street playground. The District Seven winner will advance collecting 18 hits In 43 trips to the
The Starke NaUolllilll to the state tournament, to be plate. The fleet centerflelder' also, 4p'JrdW ,
Buddy Paterson, Richard Little'and held In Wildwood July 31 August 4. showed some outlla gloveworftr {
Ed Afa-ldge.will open the tournament According to Coach Little, the Bel during the season, and was the only '
at 1 jm. against fie) Med American. Med teams are always well. girl to ever hit a home run In Dixie J
The Starke American League All- disciplined well-coached teams Last Youth.
Stan, coached by ChBrlw Francis year, the diamond men from Bel Med Awards were given at an outing the' \
Mike McRae and Randall Davis, will placed one-two in the District Seven teams had on July 1, at, t
play the third game of the day at 6 tourney Klngsley Lake. Batting average ,
pm, opening against Bel Med "I think we're going to be very trophies were given to, Bruce\ r
National.I4 competitive, though; .we're fielding Simmons of Lawtey Gold with *:!,
scorching .673 mark, and Damn '
--- Hardee of the Guaranty Federal / 1, ,,il r_
Pirates, who finished the season at
i 585.Simmons and Hardee also led the
Dixie Youth in home runs with t-'t"- )__JJJj'..'" I I. r _.'4.. lI'" """ ",,:,; .. ""' ,.....-- "
Simmons lacing 13 round trippers,
and Hardee powering nine out. League All-stars centerflelder Kathy Dlggs The action occurred In a NallonaMmrrlcan all-Mart ,
Jimmy Schoenlng of the Chamber. can only watch as a ball from the bat of Kevin Johns sails :practice game, played Tuesday night with, the National* 1"1
of Commerce Mets and Richie Fender'' over the left center fence. Moments later John jubilant coming out on top. "
of the Badcock Giants grabbed the. American League teammates led him Into the dugout ;
,t, sportsmanship trophies for their respective !
v leagues. The sportsmanshipawards Starke C C Hosts
are voted on by the players,
and ship.are based on attitude and leader Net TourneyThe SPORTS I"RIVER'S

On the National League squad will Starke Golf and Country Club
be Darrln Hardee Johnny Brown, will host an open mixed doubles tennis
Robert Carver, and Randall Wheeler tournament beginning June 39th. II
of the Pirates, Andy Chaff, Richie Second round play will take place ,
Fender, Mike Waters, and Gary June30 with the seml-flnala scheduled SHOE REPAIR f'i
Tyson of the Giants Eddie Herndon, for Saturday August II, followed by ;
Ant Williams, and Lamar Crews of the final
match on Sunday, August 6. '
l 416 E. Call St. Starke Fla. I
Lawtey Blue, and VInce Culverson, Play Is open to the public.The entry ,
No sacrifice Is too great for the team. Andy Chaff had better be prepared for Kathy Diggs Todd Denton, George fee Is$3 for a club member and *8 for \
some nice strawberries on his knees as he tries to steal third In a practice game LeVassar and Tony Dlggs of the' non-member entries. The deadline for ;; Open Weekdays 9-6 "
between the National All-stars and Keystone's Guaranty Federal team. The Dodgers.The entering Is 8 p.m. Saturday July 22. --.t Wed.
Nationals won the Friday night game, 7-5. American League squad that Trophies will be awarded to the top 9-12 P I
will take the field consists of Tudy three teams.
O'Neal Sam Griff.Mike Colvln.and Entry forms may be picked up at Sat. 9-4 "

Dixie Boys Set Sightson Davis Timmy, Harper Jimmy of Schoenlng the Angels,, Kenny'Kevin with the country questions club should pro-shop.contact Anyone Groveror We Do Canvas & Heavy Leather Stitching "':

Johns, Shane Johnson, and Doug Melba Howard at 9648184.National :
Samons of the Meta Billy Reitz

Kenny DeWStt.of the Braves and ,John and DavhiFrancis Bruce a. .J. t\

Clay American Simmons, Owen Southerland, Sam 1
Norman and Gerald Brown of Lawtey
Gold. SUMMER f

,. The Dixie Boys All-Stars will begin on July 24.28:' SALE ,
their bid for the District Seven The first place Olympains placed Pop Warner MeetingThe
when they meet Clay the most players on the squad, with CLOSE-OUT ,
American tomorrow. July 14, at 6 Chuck Johnson, Randy Parado Bradford County Athletic
p.m. at Middleburg' Omega Park. Kenny Clark, Ricky Sullivan, John Association will hold ita general I
The Starke nine has been practicingfor Johnson, and Clayton Norman meeting for the sponsors of the Pop !
two weeks in preparation for the earning spots. Warner Football Program next'
tourney, which Includes four other The Merchants placed Tom Tuesday,July 18,at 8 p.m. In the Civil NOW GOING ON AT Q ;
teams from Clay County and Gaines Paladino, Eddie Winkler, Daryl Defense Building at the Starkefairgrounds. ,
> ville. Thornton. Scott Polk and Emmett **'
y Watkins on the team, and Scott Allen ,.. .,.........................A*
Saturday, Gainesville East will Keith Griffis, Bruce Rehberg, and Van H. Priest Co. .ll'DOWITOWI
., meet Gainesville West at 10 a.m., and Scott Hudson will represent the
Clay National will play the winner of Clvitans. Marvin Norman was the COURSE when a storm '
Friday night's game at 12:30.: sole Series all-star. comes up can help make 4 l
a The tournament will continue To get Omega Park take SR-16 to you a statistic-and not In r:
Sunday with 3:30: and 6 o'clock games., SR-213, take a left and continue to a sports record book. ill( / STIRKE
and 6 p.m. games will be played each Highway 21, take another left, and go Lightning I. more than
after that until a winner is to SR-218. Take another left and jut > bolt from the blue.
weeknight The winner will advanceto Omega Park will be about a mile anda You're more likely to- get _. .
the state tournament In Pensacola half down the road. killed by It than by a tornado -
or hurricane. It kills. 1." ALL REIDY- Tp- WEIR j
more than 100 people a \ ,- ::-

li r M Hires-Wins' r w CQ1, .; :" 1 (.'(17aig, .""I". t, ,. .' ..i thee year-and+Mldrad victim.et.mge injure are tr golfer...._Mvertl..The'ot .JJ,lf-.ol& 1i a.;, ;:\ : :' [ I, ./'11.Ii -?. ', I. ,

.f. July 17. The following week, July 24, only smart thing to do i Ia to-j t.It'. Redyced13To12irDOUBLEKNIT
Joey Herres of Starke captured his the junior golfers will tee-off at get off the course and td.shelter
.. second straight win In the North Palatka. In the clubhouse as "r 1'
Central Junior PGA golf tour played rut u you can!
Monday July 10, at Green Cove
i. "r, Springs.
Herres, competing In the 14.15 age
division, posted 76 for the 18 hole '
.'t' tourney to collect another 21 points, 1.19 Yd. t
the maximum points awarded a first ,
finish. One stroke back was Licensed Broker or 15.
t f place Randy Mauldin of Palatka with a 77. Licensed Salesperson Solids And Fancies /ro ,
Steve Greek of Keystone Heights took

tl: : third with 80. CAN YOU SELL??? Come on Down! r,>

: Low round of the day was fired by
". Mark Blakewood of Palatka with a 74 Your own full-time Franchise in Real Estate right in this area.
? ; in the 16-17 group. Two other Palatka And NO franchise charge.. National Company, established in I

Billy Juniors Tuten grabbed carded second 73 and Robert and third.Up- 1900. largest in its field. All advertising, all signs, forms,
church stroked 79. supplies furnished. Professional Training 'and Instruction
given for rapid development from Start to$ucce$$. Nation 1 e 1
In the 12.13 division Gainesville's wide advertising brings Buyers from Everywhere. Can you
Jim Sowell was first with a 91 followed qualify? You must have initiative, excellent character /

t'Irv ; Jeff by Mac Walker Mclnnis of Gainesville of Palatka took with third a 92. (bondable), sales ability, be financially responsible.

with a 97.Palatka. Commission! volume opportunity for man, woman couple or '
junior swept the top three team That Can Sell. Information without obligation.
spots in the 10-11 division. Sean Pacett
posted 52 for nine holes; Brent STROUT REALTY,Inc. NAPA
scored Everson 64.carded 57; and Scott McCall REG. BROKER

A first place win in the nine and P.O. Box 894-0
under group went to Johnathon Casselberry,Florida 32707
Toland of Palatka.
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cheerleaders are whirling through
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football for fall and the opening of Then is a possibility the BUS squad I. 9V-.1HJS.-S. .
FLORIDATHEATRE I season will hold its own mini-camp Aa
The Varsity cheerleaders will be planned the mini-camp would have ., '
holding a Cheerleading Clinic at BUS junior varsity and varsity cheer. '
July 17-21 Girls aged five ta 13: are leaders from Lake Butler, Keystone .. Ant] )
@ Call a Walnut invited to the clinic at a cost of $2 per Height, PuIaUa, Macclenny, and ,wowrMe'
Slarke 964-5451 day or $10 for the week. The high BUS participating with staffers from J
--------------- school cheerleaders will be teaching North Carolina State University and rr+li'I-bl1
Fit Thru Tues. cheers chants. Jumps and other Kant Carolina U.
Cheerleading skills from 9 ..m, to
1 noon each day at the BHS gym. Finally, the cheerleader have announced e' M.S'
Cp Other money making projects the they will be selling "Spirit ,'W'1 AYCI'
His name is! / yell squad Is working on include Towels" during the first week of ,,'i li Rui,
Mowgli ,1 selling atlases, stationary and ads In school next Fall. They want faro to 'j 19lgrm"
the Tornado football program. bring the red and white towels to BUS hoc no*
and hewers f
L1 I Mv football at Macclenny IFU '
d cheerleaders will be leaving for opening game
h rased bye I Jacksonville July 24 for a camp at to cheer on the Tornadoes
O Its '
wolves. \ *
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111 The Starke Girls Softball team, two games to lead the winners, with'1' hili-' ',,},!',f nicb.n
comprised of girls ages 12-11 opened Sylvia Hollls adding four singles In the "
play Impressively, sweeping a second game toald the effort, Tammy
doubleheader from a Lake City team, Denton and Vonda Kay Hall collected ,
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WALT DISNEY'S 10-7( !9-6 on Tuesday, July 11. at Pratt four hits apiece also In the twin bill v'I',tl'.....

JUNGLEBOOK Field Rounding out the Starke Girls'lineup ,I.tlr! ,
yr The girls will meet Lake City againIn Is Hope Jackson, Lori Lawson, I'' n1bg(1|
m: : Lake City this Monday, July 17 Queenle Berry, Michelle Brown, 'II.,I In'q?
-:;: d 'li ,' wryw Renee Wimberly went 5-for-6 in the Dawn Schoening,and Elizabeth Stltt. I I j' 'firs,a1m.t

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.f Here Comes The Tigers Cathy Futch Ski Success "",,.' ,it." ,w r IHO. lire J JI ,

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.'.!. ( Callaway Gardens is 30 miles north 1 tl p.I ...;:.... -,. -);:+.;- .-'",; .NMW nmslid
Columbus.Ga. on US-27. Cathy will .. .
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performing in two shows daily ,;,,-4
t Tuesdays, through Labor Day., rd 2W -. .j1II .
;A clown act shows off Cathy v I --.. -, .,.. ,.- -- ----.H 'i/ 'MIL. VII |
the best, her father says. In the all
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boy suddenly runs out of the .,T nj [
and jumps on the skits with
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boy clowning as if he's about to *
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: I Sport Shacks Inc., a chain of 500 Three local Softball teams opened I'U
sporting tough but lost their steam in the
Sport Shack available Softball Tournament, July 7-9. In
dealerships throughout -
1 the state of Tlorida. One per ., :' Macclenny.)Representing'Starke were RamSoft.

i 'countyInvestment $1500. For more information the Senior Boys, and Madison Street mm
I : write Shacks Inc. Rt., 2 Baptist Church. RainSoft was the 1 i lrl
Sport highest Starke finisher with fifth
ROLLS"I Box 349, Lindstrom, UN. 55045. Please place. A-

: include your telephone u1D1beso ve can Beginning play on Friday July 7, r !iOHlT
the Senior.Boys played excellent'defense
I contact you by telephone. and downed Ray's Farmersof I JH3
[ I Macclenny 11-6.Coming back on', I N to
the Seniors
1"I Saturday morning again'wielded
: ,) Thank you. I I hot gloves as they put the ,
Macclenny Beerdrinkers out of the-
tourney 5-2 in a full seven.innings of
I Street was the next team to
.r jI take the field from Starke. Facing the
Taylor Crackers. they made short.
1 work of the opposition by defeating
play the Crackers, 14-10 in innings' of

1. RainSoft played their first game of
FREE the tourney on Saturday morning
1 July 8. when they faced the Baker?
I I Businessmen, also. of Macclenny.
: i if. Plagued with Injuries RainSoft none-
!: PEPSI COLA theless dropped the Businessmen into

brazier the,losers' bracke11.8. I'"N-

The winners pounded out 18 hits,
; : with Dale Haas.,.Danny McKinney,
1 .1401 N, Temple Ave Starke, Fla PEPSI-COLA Any and apiece.Bill Malone collecting three

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--r 10 The Madison St. club however had to K;.
i r e ,' ". .',. play In the sultry, sticky weather on *
,,. y Saturday. Taking the field at 11:45'
, rln I I When You a.m., Madison Street met and fell to j
.. u" Ralph Poll, Motors of DeLand 11.7. RAfter ; .
.i a two game'tay-orr. M.S.B. 'L'1'"
rig; BuyaLARGE again took the field for their third and ft:
final game of the week-end, falling to :
: the Baker Businessmen, 6-0. '<

'I Staying to support their .home -
teams, Madison Street was on hand '
'I' Saturday night when RainSoft played :
BARBQUESANDWICH their best defensive' game of the TAt
t i'; weekend this time against the <\. 2
DeLand Motor-men. Despite the tight ; (
./ defense, RainSoft accepted: their first
'I defeat, H-13.
n Unfortunately the third' Starke ?
'1 I Thursday Friday Saturday team also bit the dust.*. when the 2'e
Senior Boys met and fell to the Stan "..;
I 13,14,15At ,Murphy Printing club.of Jacksonville,
73.Earlier In the evening the Seniors c
Tour Stark D.Q. had been shut out by the Fleming Tile T
,..t"i j club of Jacksonville. RainSoft tl
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returned to Macclenny on Sunday to t
brazier 1401 N. Temple Ave ,Clarke .once again meet the Baker
Businessmen in the losers' bracket. ,-'1OT2JlOOt
,:;n : Falling to rally the bats, RainSoft fell -
ITT I 113-S: ..to,the Baker bunch. '
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..I 1965. And 1966 "Big Red" Teams Steamrolled to State Grid Titles I


:<11 .by BCT Buddy:Staff Callings Writer I"Larry don't and Wayne filled In key spots; .ante re Falls 424.a*.a unbeaten Fernandlna. The Intimidated secondary and McLeod found him In hometown throng-got what they
we could have It cams
won (
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Pirates the
the ball endione for
U.a6 gave a seven
second state title) without up yard TD pua. to see as 14 Tomato seniors bowed out
3.tp' As the 1 M i Bradford High School McLeod and Brown melded them. McLeod dispelled any fears about seven times on turnovers and on six Sanderson split the uprights for theextrapointtJiatpv.BHsa2320 with a second state title
grid squad went to for holdover with Bradford's passing attack in tho occasions "Big Red" marched for lead by whipping oddbolted
the coming football season history talent hungry' for a second second and third games of the year. scores after a turnover, with 1:04 to go and the Tornado Wayne M f for IllS
'a',f. served evidence that their chance of championship Qiilson returned Joey Reese and Roger He riddled Santa Fe for 113 air yardsas With the Red Tornado back on the defense preserved the win. rushing yards and scored all three
as two
repeating as state football champ -way players the Tornadoes rolled 42-0 and winning track three teams were still t..y made one Jut threat but BUS TD's as .he. closed out a brilliant '
after All
,n' Conference: seasons in
1969. pitched five TD In alive In the chase for the Florida Star Paul McLeod outdueled
were slim passes a 39-0 Busby at the Tornado
Two one-year career a. field
Mora All-Area ..
nttiirwxtJim ._ '
--- -- --- blistering St Augustine.In grid title BHS Live Oak and con Bradford one for an Interception with generaL McLeodj; scored Ursdfbrd'a
This. .b static the win over Santa Fe Reese Terence leader Lake City Lake City 1:11: to go that sealed Lake
nil the second part of a two*art story a Bradford High easel's. CltVs first touchdown oa a one yard peeper"
118ibi championship,....U ....... Last weak the TELEGRAPH..... at the IBM caught two of McLeod's tosses for was and next on the Bradford schedule doom and all but put BHS Into the and Sandenon"1.xtra point put BHS
championship kern the touchdowns and booted four extra the had to tame the playoffs for the second consecutive up7- .
11 1M'1 mires the INS tttle learn laters to win Lineman Of The Week Tigers to keep alive their hopes. for a year. Plantation clowjd the hslftirse gap

from the Gainesville Ban. Ins state playoff berth. to 7-4 but the head-hunllnu Tornado
No Claw A school had ever won Godwin returned to anchor both the St. Augustine rout Reese caughttwo Lake City Edged: awe Orange Park Downed ZJ-14 defense kept thei* from getting any
.thw beck to back state titles and besides offensive and defensive lines at tackle more TD aerials. and Brown,Paul The Tornadoes closed
six McLeod and Sandy Sanderson also The huge Lake City team had rolled the regular closer. Billy Relapse SO yard. punt
All-ConferencepLayen, the and moved
' cornerstones Randy Joyner to fullbackas
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of team hauled la for u
ORr the 124 of 1889 were well as cornerback after winning passes scores. The
e> graduated Still there was confidence: honor on defense the year before. defense earned Its third straight
IS|I at .least in BUS circles. Letter winners David Shannon, shutout with a performance described:

*tonion I "After '115,we felt we could repeat If Lea ton Morgan Eddie Stanch Sandy as"Great! by defensive coach Tony '**"**" '' *
' we found a quarterback and a tight Sanderson, Andy Mayton and Wayne Griffith With Chilson,Brown, Godwin -
I'H end" remembers Head Coach David Blankenshlp also returned for another and Ronnie Tomlinson leading the S 10 jMb !' 5i: *F h
.I'll Hurse and as If ins dream a quarterback charge at a state title and. of courfte way the BUS stop squad held the ;
.ibf and a tight end came. there was the same coaching staff. visitors to 46 yards rushing and
litIbr The two new faces who filled the Coach Hurse's varsity assistants allowed only three pass completionsIn '
line gaps left by All-Staters Donny Tony Griffith and Mike Sexton and 19 attempts.Oak "' T
and Eddie Douglas weren t junior varsity coaches-scouts Ridge Beaten 17-41 iattt.. *
mil known among state football experts, Atkinson Tommy Malloy and Chug: W.' '. -i '.. -i '. '
they weren't even known for their Mason the Tornado football
oi: Class 2A Orlando Oak the
both Ridge was
football ability In the Bradford staff
area: during championship years. next to fall to the Tornado machine.
Wayne McLeod and Larry Brown "As far.knowledge scouting and Before a capacity home crowd BHS
hadn't a down of varlsty football teaching us fundamentals they were
fell behind 64 but then took
17I: experience between them when they one of the best coaching staffs and churned out a 27-6 charge
I II victory over
came out for grid practice. anywhere Chilson said.
. the larger school. Joyner bolted for
) McLeod had concentrated "Our coaches in lot of
on put extra 118
yards rushing the win. The next
) basketball and baseball while Brown, hours," Hurse added "they were a time out a back
younger running ,
*' the first black to play BUS football big part of our winning." would spark another big Tornado win."
?. had Just rsnsferred to Bradford High Just as in the season before BHS
' from all black RJE High School and started the campaign by clubbing NSB Crashed M-13
,i'Vll bw had a reputation only as a "great Macclenny, a team that to this day
I touch football player." Therl has never beaten the Tornadoes In Sophomore Billy Belote sUbblriffTor
till similarity was that both were gifted football. Injured David Shannon, sprinted 65 Y

athletes who worked hard, learned Baker Downed M-- yards for the go-ahead touchdown and Members of the 1166 BUS stele chsmploaihlp football Row two: Conch Tony Griffith Harry Hatcher, Wayne
scored from eight yards
quickly and withstood extra then again tarns Blankeiuhlp David
pressures Shannon
xlnil Wayne McLeod. Randy.
focused on them. away In a 58-13 crushing of New Row one left to right! Coach Mike Sexton
"Big Red" cruised by the Baker scoredwas Joey Reese Joyner. Andy Mayton. Mantic "Sandy" Sanderson. ,
: Brown had to learn we game while' County dub 26-0 with Its experienced Smyrna Beach The 58 points Ronnie Tomlinson. Scales Morgan Eddie StancU. Roger Row three J. Roy Chasteen. Paul Smith Billy Belote
all struggling to be accepted as the first offensive line busting open holes so a school record for a single game Chllion. Jim Godwin. Larry Brown Head Coach David Paul McLeod Tex Patrick. Plen Gnann. Jfiinny wVrner. t
black Tornado footballer. McLeod big the Tornado backs ran through for total. Huree.
ft' also bad to withstand pressure over 400 yards rushing. Brown Palstka Hammered.*.1 '.
H "I felt tremendous pressure as a his debut with a 78 yard TD through seven straight opponents reason with an uninspired performance return In the thlr ,quarter set up the
nt:I quarterback"Wayne recalls "I felt I run after snatching the ball from a The sixth game of the year was an behind a line that averaged better but still they scored a 2S-14 second Tornado! score, Belote's
had .to perform well for us to win and Macdenny back who was jolted by Important conference test against than 200 pounds a man but the gritty win over Orange Park to clinch the scamper moved thf ball to the Planta- 1
was filling some big shoes. The Godwin. traditional rival Palalka. The Braves Tornadoes matched them lick for lick playoff spot. Joyner scampered for lion 15 and McLeoii ran six and then Ik '
''"' pressure was good for me though; it Six more easy wins followed in an were billed ss a toughie but and scored touchdown with 2:04: left 115 yards and Godwin played well nine yards on keepers to boost the
-tail made me a better football player." incredible first half of the season in Red" hammered the hosts 40-7 with In the game to win a 23-20 slugfest. enough to win Lineman Of The Week BHS lead to 14-6.
.1, ."We had athletes come in and fill which the defending state champs what Hurse called "The greatest Two thousand Bradford fans made honors from the Gainesville Sun. Late in the fc rth quarter the
the gaps in 'M," Joey Reese said were never threatened. team effort I've witnessed; since the trip to Lake City and watched Colonels tried a''desperation fourth
'toU. 1 .. coming to Bradford High." "Big Red" jump out to a 14-0 first Bloodhounds_2....' down run from their 14 but the Brad-
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.! I McLeod fired three TD strikes two quarter lead on blocked punts. ford defense held and the "Big Red"
to Brown and, one to brother Paul. Godwin bolted through the Tiger frontto Bradford's playoff hopes were offense punched I ii for the clinching
'.3 J bsck David Shannon get in the way of a punt at the Lake given a boost when the state high score.Again It was Hcl...od who found
'Ajrtlfl 6 return to action and rang up 121 City 13 and Brown scooped up the school athletic association announcedthe the endzone. The t 11 senior'rammed'
yards rushing. bouncing ball and ran Into the endzone semifinal game site would be in from the one and tho packed
era.4r. Both BUS lines dominated the line untouched to give the Tornadoes a 7-0 Bradford stadium. The first round stadium cheered f r a second state
of scrimmage. The offensive front, lead. Leas than two minutes later opponent was once again Auburndale championship tear "y t,
bolstered, by, ,Godwin, Chilson and Leaton Morgan squeezed through and .and.the, unbeatcd ..Bloodhounds..-!- ,.Jndfv dual boom t, w &h tar u""<:\\-c.'rll!
vllr Lenten Morgan Mew....huge hoMm spi rta<4n *m.tlOTT>Mr boot,;tills Um 1 lat .......,med a dangerous foe ... +", *" ""'I f"team's* .Chle". nl. Seven 'I'or."I
and a defense led by the ..nom. the Lake: City 13. Morgan tracked "On paper and on film they were nadoes were name to the AllRegionand '
rmIna five" of Brown GOdwin Mayton down the ball and nn It in from the 10 awesome Roger Chilson said as he Conference teams and the
a Tomlinson and Reese allowed only 12 to put BHS up by 14. looked back to the playoff opponent Gainesville Sun tabbed nine BHS
yards rushing for the game. Lake City was too good to be routed. "That game was the only time I player.for Its All-Area squad. Brown.
.1'01 Is running for fie, The Palatka win was the 20th in'a The Tigers turned two BHS fumbles remember watching films and Reese Mayton -Godwin Chilson.
k row for Bradford and gave them a 64 intoscorestoclosethe half time gap to thinking we were playing somebody Wayne McLeodj and Joyner were
STATE mark as they traveled to 5-1 Live Oak 14-13 and then jumped ahead when that might be better than us." picked for all three-teams and Belote,
.A REPRESENTATIVE for the Bulldogs homecoming game. their much-heralded speedster Craig Before the contest Coach Rune and Eddie Stand. were All-Area
Dlst. 25-Democrat Busby took the second-half kickoff called the Bloodhounds"The best club picks. j
J"I' Bulldog Spoil String' and sprinted 80 yards untouched to we've.een In three years"and a state At a jam-packet] school awards
The Bulldogs were ready the give Lake City its first lead a 20-14 football poll rated Auburndale banquet at Camp: Standing's Enlisted
4131b The Voters of Dlst.I 25 Deserve A loiter Representation Tornadoes were not and the result margin. number eight In the state regardless Men Club more awards were handedout 4
, was a 7.7 draw. Bradford closed the.. gap by forcing of school: size (with BHS No. 13), As it tho record.setting squad. Godwinwas
another Tiger mistake. The turned out the visitors chosen Valuable( .
" 01Ib' "They were as fired up for us as punting were no matchor Moat Lineman
Political Adw.rnssm.nt Paid for By Tom Rlv.rs Campaign. Fund anybody ,was," Chilson said as he long snap from center got away from ( the North Florida powerhouseBefore with Joyner winning the Most
thought back to the streaksnappingtie. the Lake City punter who chased the 3,500 hometown fans BUS Valuable Back award. Reese' was
"That game was my worst experience ball Into the endzone and was slipped a monkey wrench Into the named Best Competitor with Brown
in football." grounded by Brown for a safety that Auburndale offense that had winning the Gold Helmet award for
With six minutes to go In the third pulled the Tornadoes within four at 20- averaged 39 points a game In the "most deserving.f McLeod was
period. Live Oak scored on a freakish 16 Still, as the fourth quarter started regular season Defensive ends Reese named the teams: Most Improved
NOTICEThe 67 yard fumble return and threatenedto BHS needed to score again for vic- and Brown completely closed off the player Chilson won the Bull Award '
not only snap the win streak but tory. Bloodhound's outside running game for aggressiveness,' and Stencil won
1N1Z also spoil Tornado hopes for conference The Bradford defense rose to the and the. secondary of Paul McLeod. the Sportsmanship award.
and state football honors. occasion, completely bottling up the Sanderson Belote and Joyner allowedonly After the awards banquet two more J
BHS earned the tie with a 57 yard mammoth Lake City offense In the three completions In 20 attempts Coach awards came Bradford's way
Bradford County Sheriff's Departmentis fourth quarter drive that ended when last quarter. With 3:47: to go Lake City Joyner also rushed for 105 yards and Hurse was named Area CoachOf
Joyner bolted through a hole was forced to punt from inside their 10 running mate David Shannon added The Year for the second year Ins
accepting applications for the position of from the six and the gaping Tornadoes and Tornado Billy Belote returned the 71 ground yards. The win moved the row and McLeod was chosen as the
converted the extra point to even the kick 16 yards to the Tiger 28. Tornadoes into a home-field Area Back Of The.Year.
count at 7-7. After the game Hurse Two plays later an Interference showdown with Ft. Lauderdale Coach Hurse probably said it best'
Jailer/Communications Officer. called it "One of the most unimpressive penalty moved the ball to the host's Plantation for Class A state honors. when he described the two years of

F games we've played in manya 11.Three plays netted only four yards 4.SOS See Championship Win unbeaten football Bradford played In
year." Live Oak head mentor Will and with the ball on the seven yard the 1965-66 seasons." "Those were the
Apply at Courthouse Roy Colley said It was "The greatest line the Tornadoes were faced with a golden years, he sad.| They were two
game we've played in a long time. do-or-die fourth down situation. Sandy 4,500 fans packed Bradford Stadiumfor years that saw a small group of
For Further Information "I remember we hadn't dressed out Sanderson subbing for injured Joey the 66 finale the largest crowd In teenage men scale to the very top of
and hit for seven weeks after the Reese, shook, free in the Tiger history to see a BHS home game. The the football ladder and lake a com
munity with them In their climb.
Chilson. "After the tie \t "_
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Fernandlna Falls 40-6 L 1j TeeBailersHi ]

Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff The fired up Bradford bunch hit, hit I
and hit some more in a 40-6 Home-

-. coming Game pounding of previously Scorers .

y" M a. w'1 If you drive by Pratt Field on a'' .
r-J\ Monday morning and see'' ten little 4
av ? people running full steam toward a
.1 1bM --- small Softball, you can be sure that,

- IJmmer % Jtecondr' game.you have witnessed a Tee-balillOltb.U

The four five and six yearoldwho
In the weekly wild
'W.It..mulel! Yon esn't run back to i The Crackers third baseman. participate gamesdon't
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY the for the but Critter t' baserunner Mike always go exactly by the book.
:steps on bag out. Rlplinger (white but enjoy themselves and learn
" shorts and cap) will ..v. no part of II. Itarke Recreation Director and part- they I
something about the game, to boot.
x time Godwin tries to res tore order la Tee-ball
umpire Cheryl some Monday's
M110NAt MUUMSREDCED Typical! scores for the youngsters
_a h.AVE o. $ action. who hit the ball from a wait. .high tee.
AYE (! Instead of using a pitcher, are 34-29
31-18, anyway, you:get the picture.For .
X Sys slI.I \ Summ.r CI .arar the fan who likes lot of offense.In'

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Or ] Large: Selection Of 12's 314' Wldes Beginning At A loss holding onto first' place with only. mt<

101 j jIB UW-A-mfPl** I firias The small fry teams are made.of i<
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NAACP'MEETINGl", Community Ne'Js.---- Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. ------ LEGALSPUBUC ----- ,
Bradford County Branch NAACP Church The Missionary Society will
will hold Its regular ateeUng July 21)at First Born Church or The Living meet Thursday July it, in the annexof '."
Greater"Bethlehem? Baptist God: Tuesday 7:49: p.m. Prayer Prayer Meeting. Sunday School 9M the church.AU ladies are invited '''', NOTICE NOTICE/ INTENTION
Church at 7:30: pm.'An:: interesting Meeting. Friday 7:45: p.m. Tarrying a.m. Bible Class 5 p.m. This will Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning TO REGISTER
and Informative program Is planned. Services. Sunday School 10:30: a.m. terminate services for the day. Worship 11 a.m. NOTICE Of ADOPTION OP= FICrmOUSNAME!
The cooperation of:: all Interested Home Mission 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 Free Canaan Trae Church of Gild The Concerned Cltlteas of RESOLUTION OP THE! CITY COM uruaent to Section, ...., Florid--,
members and citizen Is needed p.m. I.Christ Monday 7:30: Prayer Band. Bradford County will meet Thursday' MISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF Statute,notice .la.hereby given thet the-
The annual banquet will be held Ebeneier Baptist Church: Each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Tarrying July 27, at 7:30: pm. In the Day Care STARK!, FLORIDA CLOSING AND underalgnad Oarfe end Doyte Griffis
August 26 at 8 p,m. at Starke Golf and Tuesday 8 p.m. Bible Class. Ebenezerand Service. Sunday School 10 a.m. Center Room in RJE Complex. ABANDONING A PORTION OF A BO P.O. Bat 002. Start., Florida 32091,
Country Club, Speaker will be Rev New Bethel Church will be In the Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Vacation Bible School will be heldat FOOT STREET LYING BETWEEN LOT doing business under the firm name of
Thomas DeSue, a native of Bradford Sunday School B.T.U. Congress July Worship 7 p.m.Ml. Ebenezer Baptist Church July 17 I, BLOCK 6 AND LOT 7, BLOCK, AS "CIRCLE G. RANCH" P.O. Box S02.
County the public Invited to hear 12-16 beginning\ Wednesday 8 p.m. in Morlah United Methodist 21. Interested persons are Invited PER PLAT THEREOF IN TEMPLTS Stark,Bradford County;FI fda.32081,
him.' Gainesville at First Baptist Church. Church: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Choir to attend. ADDITION IN THE TOWN OF STARKE, .intende to register said fictitious name
DELL CHAPTER IW( O.E.S. All members are asked to cooperatewith rehearsal and Bible Study was held. Vacation Bible School l scheduled BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA AND urderthepraAefaof aforesaid statute.
The monthly meeting will be held July all activities. Communion Sunday School will be held at II a.m. for New Bethel August 14 17 The RECORDED IN DEED BOOK G, PAGE Gould and Dos Grifn*. owns
27 at 7 p.m. All members are Invitedto Worship will be held Sunday 8 p.m. All members are asked to cooperation of all members Is needed 304-306.: SECTION 28 TOWNSHIP a i Dated thai 22nd day of,June, .
be present. The meeting for July 13 Rev L.R. Davis will conduct a remember Sunday July 23, when the for success. SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST. PUBLIC 1978 at Stark*. Florid. '
has been canceled. Revival at Antioch Baptist Church Fellowship 01 Churches will meet. The RECORDS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. 6/22 4tchg 7/13
SCHOOL NEWS July 17 21. The public Is invited to Young People will be in charge of the --Legdjs --- FLORIDA, AND DISCLAIMING ANY ar .w

Summer School opened for students attend. Pr RIGHT OF THE CITY AND THE PUBUC
Monday. July 10.* All parents are The Church banquet will be held Mt. pisgah A.M.E. Church: Choir NOTICE IN AND TO THE LAND LYING WITHIN IN, THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR BRADFORD -

J asked to encourage<< students to Saturday, July 22. at 8 p.m. In the rehearsal the Young Adult Choir BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OP THE CONFINES THEREOF.TO COUNTY FLORIDA .
cooperate with teachers in working annex of the Church. Donation: $4. All Saturday 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HEARINGFOR PROBATE DIVISION
with activities to achieve the skills members are invited to attend. a.m. Morning Worship H a.m. PROPOSED USE OF FEDERAL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
needed New Bethel: Wednesday 7:30: p.m. The Church el God In Christi Each REVENUE SHARING FUNDS FOR THE Notice It hereby given' that on J11th. He No. 77-607-CP

I Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Band. Friday FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 1978, In accordance with Section,
and Pastoral Teaching. IN RE: The Estate of HAROLD R. WILT.
Prayer 30, 1919.MEETING. 166041. Florida Statute, the City i
I NEW LIFE Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning DATE:Wednesday August 2. Corn isalann. of Stark*. Bradford o.-.ed.
{ Worship 11:30: a.m. with Minister
1378. County. Florida. adopted a resolution
; Dewey Taylor In charge. YPWW 5 TIME 8 and NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO
REVIVAL : :00p.m.MEETING closing: vacating abandoning a
i4 ;:: : p.m. Visitors are welcome. PLACE: Bradford County portion of a 60 foot street lying betweenLot ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR
- Greater Bethelehem Freewill Courthouse. 1, Block S and Lot 7, Block 4, In DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
July 10 23 Now In Progress Baptist Church: Revival began A hearing will be held at the above time Temple' Addition to the Town of ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
July 10, with EvangelistWillie INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE:
Monday and place regarding the proposed use of Start, Bradford County. Florida as
Hampton In charge. The public Federal Revenue Sharing Funds In the recorded In Deed Book G, f'1g81304 and
GREATER BETHLEHEM Is invited. Saturday the Junior Choir amount of 153,306,which the Bradford 3G6, Section 28. Tow'Thep 1 South. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thet the I Ii.
will sell plea. The Senior Choir will dmtnhtretion of the **tat* of HAROLDR.
Board of 22
; County County Commissioners Range East and described: : a* lying
FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday pastoral day. Fie Number 77-C07-CP. I I.
sell dinners expect to .receive for the fiscal year within the corrflnea: of the following WILT
School 9:30: a.m. Morning In the Circuit Court for Bradford
Sunday pending
ending September 30 1979. property. to-wit: A portion of a 60 foot
Corner Of Ash & Chesnut St. Starke. Fla. Worship 12:30: p.m. Evening Worship M Interested citizen: are. 'Invited to street lying between Lot 1, Block 5 and County. Florid, Probate Division, the
8 p.m. attend the hearing. Any citizen has theright Lot 7, Block 4, bounded on the West by addreee of which: Is Bradford County
Antioch Missionary Baptist to make written or oral comments: Thompson Street and on the East by Courthouse. Temple Avenue, Starka
Gospel Singer Gospel Preaching Church: The congregation will be in Wthregerdtoposbleu.eeofth.fun.Gilbert railroad right of way being 60 by 12BK', Florida 32081. The panonal t .npr- -
Prophet the Sunday School and B.T.U. S. Brown as per plat therof In Temple's Addition to a/*of this estate I II HAROLD R. WILT.
Pianist Convention In Gainesville. Thursday JR. whose address C/O J.J.
Accomplished Clerk to the Board the Town of Starke, Bradford County Wdbert.
.& Organist Deliverance the Choir will sing for the Revival at Itchg 7/13 Florida and recorded In Deed Book G, Jr.? .P.O. Box 1006. Stark. Florida.

Prayer For Sick Freewill at 7:30: p m.:........ II Pages 304 and 306 Section 28 32091. Tie name and dens of the
Recording 6 attorney for the personal representative
Artist Township South, Range 22 East.
Unsaved fSt.| Edwards Church Hall Every Saturday 8:00: P.M. public Florida. record: of Bradford County. are BIt forth below.

and renouncing end declaiming: any rightof All pereona having claims: or demands
J Come One Come All Everyone Is Invited.Rev / BINGO the City of Stark end the public In egainet the estate sr* required, within
and to the lend lying within the confines THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
JOSEPH WILLIAMS Pastor 411 N Tem le Ave Sterile Fla. of the aforedescribad lands. THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE to fie with the clerk of the

Dated this 11th day of Jury,, A.D., court: a written statement of any claim or
1978. demand they may hsv. Each claim must
CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY be in writing and must indicate the .heels.
OF STARKE FLORIDABy for the claim the name and address of
eQ WIa a ainr?. the erector hit and
or agent or attorney
rr1IEAGLEI I I 9 i]
'N4*NelIaNI I __ 3BIGIMYS : 'I' Merrill Edward the amount d.m.d. If the claim is not
N ore:a xaa. :: Clerk of said Board yet due, the date when It will become
wiry? p/k.l .a..I.lwcuoI 1 tchg 7/13 due shall be stated. If the claim .to
--- contingent or unliquidated the nature of
I the uncertainty: shil be stated. If the,
deim to secured, the security artel. be do- i.
Compare EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT scribed. The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies: of the dam to the dark: to
BRADFORD COUNTY enable the dark: to mail on*copy to each:
'personal repreeentith/e.
Case No.78-267 All prow Intereated In the estate to
Bargains for every budget! Save up 1043% whom a copy of this Notice ofAdmInistration' .

In Re: The matter of the adoption of: 'he* been mailed ere required \

ff) .. ...i i..,". :;:u, ,. 'c' file any,,objaotiona they may haw that ?w.
challenges: the validity of the decendents
NO PROPERTY" win, the qu fIc.t1ona of the personal representative

BIO SAVINGS ON ; or the venue or jurisdiction:
TO: DANIEL A. CARLUCCI, Address of the court.

Ir..... MEN'S DOUBLE 1510 8381. Brooklyn N.Y. 11228
jq0 action for Adoption of Daniel Robert ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
r "
( :
1 1 ll : )-tJ) 1 588 tip pt# Carlucci and Gina Marie Carlucd: ha* P.O. Bon 1088
been filed against Daniel A. Carluccl
r SAYE4O you Stark, Florida, 32091
YwM N.I..rs p: and you ere required to serve a copy: of
: 1 -a M your written defenses if any to It, on the, HAROLD R. WILT. JR.
-.1 OO ...... .. .......r--- plaintiffs attorney whose name and PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
18 OZ. LIQUID fm SAVE tOO16QAL. SAVE45% 1ft s1yaW. M/M ... ...... address to George H. Pierce, P.O. 6/22 4tchg 7/13
O.A 8.OZ.. 1 aJ / Yag1 IRsn.., N1.W kl.sr. c.-. u./p.ISI. .
\ '" . GARBAGE CANS DISPOSABLE LIGHTER s antis -.. Drawer 1030, Stake Florida,32081, and ---
WAS aw.elei file the original with the clerk of,the
1A 1f above styled court on or before August
.mloi.. mold.d pli.lki wlln Adiua.bl. bul.n.Rama,be v 14,1978: otherwise a judgement may be AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
; c ; nip-lock lid la provonl ptllo. W.1..pa.ay.A..L.la., --' }< entered against you for the relief,
demanded In the complaint( or petition. CIVILACTION
WITNESS my hand and the seal of In Re: The matter' of the Adoption of:

s '%._.. Lrrt TO*MAKER said Court on July 10. 1978. KENNETH JOSEPH GORDON Plaintiff,
POLV/COTTON Gilbert S. Brown As Clerk of Said Court vs.
.racy WEN'S Jf AMI by Beulah M. Moody as Deputy Clerk. Defendant

bl.. //16.88/ 7/13 4tchg 8/3
/Wa N
MEN'NEOYI'JOGOER/ j b ....,. : J.T. PLEMONS Addreee Unknown.

:Z-RING VINYL POOL 38" KIDDY POOL HO'9E REMNANTS 88 MIN'IPOLOSIMT1' = MME:: NEW DIESEL action: for Adoption of Kenneth Joseph
Plemona.has been filed
against you J.T.
Wore 2.96' WAS 2 96 DISC. 119 ,M.. .. .'1.4. 2.96 / a.l.tsas..dphllr ,- -. TRACTOR Ptamons and you are required to serves
?K 3.e PRICI '433O copy of your written defenses, if any to
colo..d ulslr. Tough no-lull. plMllo with 10' a 12' I.n Ilo.ylae ran- .,Islas. .elan N.1.1 It. on the plaintiffs attorney whoee n
HII.d vnrl. militia log".ea"ololul marine d.gn.30": lased No...%"dl.m M. d.w. r/.elp... IML.J 1.s ram and address: to

George H. Pierce
34 Vg f 00 N VAiutnust VALUEPLUSI J Y Nttyl P.O. Drawer 1030

29"i45" ': LEATHER isles, d atEN'SIUA1 HATS/COOL MEN'S GOLF Starke. Florida 32091

FABRICUOTM =< BASEBALL GRANULAR DE/MNCUT- ;' BIDtMlIN and He the original with the clerk: of the
1IDII) ->' wi..-II, 3LOVE8 swa,7,1 D.eu/; CHlOAINt OFFSIN1; aT, above styled court on or before July 24.
i .. ,' 4 1)1.87 25-HP Sotoh Bull. 1978: otherwise a Judgement may be
5.96 12.88 4.88 i 'oaanNCaA Uf $5350. Price entered against In the complaint you for the or petition.relief demanded

wllssa.PRO 8IZE.D1C.iiw1 oncMlc1 PLUSI good thru Aug. 15 WITNESS my hand and the seal.of the
SAVEI3% -- _AVET1_ .
NIH'191TTl5 on tractor In lock. said Court on June 16. 1978.
YALUEPLU9VALUEPLUSI SAW_ 10% Gilbert S. Brown.As Clerk of said Court
SPLIT TAIL F, CAMPERS' TWO 1-GAL. ,t AIST.STYLES, /P NA By: Marian McRae. As Deputy Clerk. f.i
SWIM RING 2/"x17 JUGS DRY I silt 3.43 RNU1_ FONNN Money Ferguson 6/22 4tchg: 7/13
"ance. Why
I' F w .. a l.a.ls, .r 3.96 99 II
It buy uNd when .
050.PINCE = NWRS/Af ( you can buy a new rIM,*

aSC.PRICE Disc.Pslcs wASar tVALUEPLUSi 25-HP Diesel Tractor .,t,,., 3t

h VALUEFLUSF' V4LUEPLUSI MVt 11* for $4350.
.' *Bulldozer Work

} 3.88 1.29 = 15.88 3' 5353 W. I.i,,r *PondsWILBUR


FLUSP VALU_ EILUl1 VALllfnusr s ABUh VAlIJIILUQ **- 781-901-1' .....HI'
110 W. Madison 81 (terkefTOfJM
tic W
GRILL HAIR DRYER 3s2.71rn.tM.Mir SOPS,411 ,

7.98' 1.97 9.88 + ,. 3.97aeC
MeWS nnnr.*- *.,
,PR/C/ DISC.MICI DISC.F/RC1 7-ia. a eS M/C1 Amerigas (Div. Of Ugite)
aa.,sea..s-N L..Nl5r.

"" YEOZ.2." ftnenlMe ,. / B LAYS IAA 1015% Itaw Has ,

;; 3 ISA .IAN N J
fMR/PRANT Ut WITH TANKS Industrial Iamb. Starka
a e. .w c 0 TUBES <* COOL

:.. k ...... p g Oxygen Welding Equip.

I r 'AYE 11% wiw ssl 17 hlS6ii ,

-i s-pc.L000AGISIT COI'NIITONI f ,anRa1NTOSAs Aceteylene &Supplies, '

SAY! 1 /1 alze .....8.11 IUNTANOIL g h; s. y. -, I
.AOIlC/OBATTERIES 11's SISe411 011 LOTION TtRRY SPORT* AT$ I'IJ.. =-..:..'= Call JW
tt" Stte ... .1 11 /OL I .wSVP1I Lalli'I..e, j

7C 19" slze"a.-7.U 99 P scl 1 tS :bi.A1AL!t 4}: I
tt long iMthieimntm P .
In ( M B20/ o/ "_ wA.fM draw wwrY .4... --." B.F. Goodrtah lira al.t.r

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i I Deadline CLASSIFIED for Insertion!1 ; BradfrdCountyWntRdi .: l\f, .,l'lt i

I TittEday noon preceding) B .. .. .. '" I

ITiurot.y bif re public.Valimi. \ .. .. .. .. ... .. SIGN .AINTING Past.
"' -''' "
." ,,," ,,,, .. I. ,"\.. ..I .
h lv -, \, ( .1' .... aa*>day ........So* Rudy Mwaid
Minimum chare. .2.. '' 'g' I I : Plea Mark Friday.at fwillt.gaJo
( | 1'; )fU : > iu'fty''lt :yil'f I .
A (Cewen IS Worts) ;JHL.tly.A" : '(; : \ M.M"" ft" :'.: ., ; mmmLACK $ .rd.'. Sunday .......*.
Jt E.chwordovw'5 I \ Jn .fcf 1 ,1 I I it : 't. ( I :, T/. 41pl 'm

:I- Is . 1 r1iI9EFFICIENCY I .. '" I r'REALTY'
IScants : '
"A..iS "SALE

|Nol responsible day Mtrvtaev ... ...., lit bkrl. ....... est.in .,ta...... aad eUeatagname. lIu..' d.al... tkra*.all Seer MO.....(350uk Moot, pete. bnadar. ....* ( O

<|rrors when given over WaUaFtoa Mar.... Friday. .dl,.... ream. W/W aarpt., > t//IS a.la. North aa Pb... 44inO. 1440 0a.tb or .000 .... all ....... ....1I7S. 74 I 6ukg" 6/10 -l'w' HOHI 9.4-777

tIM phone or when eopyl Ra....,. A....,. ......" 711 W. Call St., Stark "".MI. u.._... ....... Waktvt |30I Smlft I.1lIt..t P....* ....a$ l. DpI 7/13 ---------- F

jip' not typ.d end brought, 7. 4lpd 7127BULLDOZER Phone. 1&4417'1 er 964-7001. tI{ !!!. ___ ... -- NANCY'S AUCTION g1, 113 205 N. TEMPLE
:7M* ... of Sic.. 7" 4Ukg f 117 TWO IiWF iNISNW1'acm SEARS HEAVYDUTYvaakr : JIOUSE. Walda, rod bar. ma. STAAKE. FLORIDA
-- -- ----- -- .... 1t78.
.. *
-----... : WORK apartmoat laqaar* at HONDA ..* :.. b.a. sad dryer. 6edceadltlM. New aid aaed eMrekaadlea, Cecelia Torwlllegar'
----------- ... <
'I.'if-! ...... deaef ........... BRAND NEW Hem* with I Ta-Raa ..**... 190O N. -. Mtel.Nertk 101 S27S. ..... M4453. Every Tbareday. OilO "..! :, Luclll Connor Spry
sad .... Tarn Starke, tl/ekg ** at Temple 7/11 ttpd 720i1iii.i Batarday, 7i30 .... IlL! AGOOD ""
,. Pkave N4UM. BR aa IH ear* let a* gradedroad. pl! .. ...r.... Itpd f/ 3HARLE"YlMViii8 Aiioclat
Jimmy Merlin .nl Make effar. W* will TWO ONE BR ipertmeaieer 4ipd ins SOLD !I 4 .(420
"'J tUk| 7/13 ......., Smell dowipeymoat. will rent aa* .kirga I BRapt. 5G1 ;;: Jaly 15.craer _
......... V Wabrat,1 3 .
fbawa 7S14ZM Partly ..n...... let KM 100Reoaiakl.
fld --------- a. $000 iaa., l(00.
ik'a .... .. ,. .... ear eaadllteeed. walag.. sell.
8i. kd
.'tar' p.733.0050.. Itckg lad hot ...... Foal hi ad.vaae 1200. PkM M4732 051 WE NEED
BILL'S SAW _. _tal... ..
.. 127LalayeUeSt ...... table, .ieeathaseue. oleepe 4. .
MIllard ..... 711Sk
-4 .let* akarpealag .eervle. 1.l-- __ 7/13 er M4-A64& ItOc Itad _.. 4714773. tll.... HOMESTOSELLI
L ........ Mad carbide, IN LAWTEtl2 BR, 1'i1'
SALEi AaC Labrador LAMINATING Llltha
.? wM.r. S ... female ...... ....r Mad twttw .blasted Bone... completely. 2ig,1/35 .__ lit MiI.ii.., pretectle. for saleable. OVER' .- I/t ACRES' : c TIRWILLEOAR REALTY
.. ..... sail ......... Leave farelikid. Ha. ........ UNFURNISHED aaa sad .rra .......*. -"I y ) 'If. Jt IS READY
( ... ... ,
...s.c... Had' .. .... 30.Olamba ...... Cleared, ready t build' M.Oa .
...... Call altarS .
.. ,. .
... .
treat porch aslUUy tw* I .
at Jaekeeaj i.ild.g 8. mly. ae* a WHENYOUARE.LOT .
.... .... .Ia... cllaflaga. at*. Faat Mcvlc. .. ... weal of Lab.Hampta. *
asa'laadwith. .....04. CaB 9.. ....611.10. itpd
( bar eat/I N. ..
Marka er K.H.. ... Bate -
4TJ-3422. 7111 low seaL I. ky leagtk. 10 .. 8R-1B, 04.200.
Cal ., .
;t deep ..D. 67,900. P..... I. *?'11. "" 7133N90HED ,.... ".. ", \ say
/ : --- L---o--- .259.3412. 1 tcke 7/11 .\ ,.,.... dleeeaal 1 with aaayel Ph. ....1153. 0/29 3tpd 7 ns .
;. l ONE BR
J4)H SALE I'.' .. ft. aide illillliMIDDLE \ tUi ad. BULLINGTON
:. side refrigerator IBa eperlmeet. STUDIO ..1171. 711Uckg
TANK SERVICE) Bradford bedroom. Caaereta bteck. chess, all carpeted drepei.Ideal Arg..tiaahighly 38*. IS. pretty groundt privacy, financed.
., .....).. Vary good reaideatlal .4O.CMBMwtlal .. .. ... .. fertlhed. Ffcen. 964soil .
oelelde. site. retired
Vbedltloa. Call 475-1811. tw* aero ler eaapla er LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION Croat
''11'0. I.... 7130K <<: aid ladaetrtal. ., P... H4.e664. Itpd 7/13 a.reaaa. Cal 9644O7I lukg" : AGED or eW.r GARAGESALEil*. tl/.... Invoslmont opportunity near Holiday Inn BoilWostont.
Fully. ....... P... ...
;L_______ (121. tl/... BLOCKllOME l .tii 1 Bed- fns __ ._.. t. Uv !. and take 1231 Batler Read kcaiadklfc --------- Call ut.

:<- RENTi C.... .11I..... ..*...1......with. 12 seam FOR" RENT Small t BR.Rltchea car* .. apartaieale. Phase .* kern.. FB.. ..... SOl AUCTION, Nertk ., AJlFORDABLII-l1S: N. St. ClAir :3 BR 1 B -

',"9t A/C ....._...*. Tw. REMODELING.IU.LDING. at laid. Carpel, CH/A. Eaalpt.' "..... ".-834'. Itekg" 713IOORKEEPER. kcglaakig. at 100 W sad S...... Every Friday.. liSt Neat

..,.....,... Weakly' maatkly' tad. re.alrc.. P....i 7824377. 6/18 tl/... AvaBakla July 17. HOOjOOMaatk. -- --- ------ AI... R". July. 13 thee It.Itckg p... Dealer Aaetlaa Man 412 Lake St. 2 Houses
aad ........, beet.... Lake New .It....... baths, iaaillyraeaie. .. .. 850.00 S.a.rityt2.p..ut. 7/13 1.30 .... CeaelgamOBte
N. 9645157.Itpd ..1.*.*. Vader. mum 418 Lako St. :J Houses
..y.. 473-1564. Itpd 7/11 Brick. .1.... : pole.
,. ceacrcle. Fireplacepeclallcli. 'wi J 713I1JTCHENETTEl7___ periead I. beak r***>. YARD SALE, Friday. sod _.......$. Ill dtpd 7 m Lot Groan. Aero SS.210.

M .hi Sprmg Lke area, Grlllla I saapt clliatlon. acemat payable Saturday Old clerks cad 718 Laur remodoledBESSENTROADUZ.So,4
T' and. ....... ......"... luraltare PATIO COVERS I0i2 BR,2 B, CH8.A
'ill.w. ."r..., retriever, ( ...tr..tI.., ,.... 473. TV. AC. atllllto .todaded. dIshes glatewar. .
I.itiI..., aaewere t* Sam. Bad 2IOH er 47325J8. TF/... GOOD PRICKS: : PAID far Tetely laralekadiweekly Salary epea. Give **aiplct* atavle cara and prejectar, 17fl .......104. LimitedIr. LAKE GENEVA Eetato with gorgeous view.

...!. a....... 473-2473. lukg .-- -- and ....,.. ke..c II aert- meelkly" rate*. ....... |aaperia.*d seed Many mere It.... Good .*,. p OATOR TWO STORY ON ACRE- 404 N. Walnut Bell

AditWt ALCOHOLICS !. Ill paid ar mere.OLINU Temple Met el. 380 .N. nt apply. Age 30-45. Apply ......Stal Reed 225, 2 anile ALUMINUM 4620 N.W location.
ky But I* P.O. Drawer A.. WeM 7/11 Ml. .|....
elLawtey lukg IJtk Gainesville
,j ANONYMOUS P...* M4- MOBILE HOME Stark, Pkoae 964-
--------- Temple CYPRESS EARLY AMERICAN Extraordinary
Btarke, Fla. 12 9I, Itchg .... 724707.. 7* lUchgWXONHOU8E
APACHE POP.UP $024 *r 9444U2.MOWING U/clia. ; .SALES. 4.11608. Opea 7 7337 6/22 4tpd 7/11 7/13 FOR" SALEi UNITHCON80LE 4000*home plus oHIeo, itablot, 3 acrtt, 2 year old.

.4tav.. Electric sad water WANTED TO 81Y 3 or d NEW I BEDROOM D. .*,
aer..... Call Heat Clark track tape player' rerdckeairer. VACUUMS Many breado. large dock
::Steep, 7. Excelleal ....... 44S-I57. 8/22 tl/.... BR keat with 101* 20 aeree reIHgeritor, steve, WW : CAHStTRUCKSUAIkUN Like sow, 8300. saw ".c..... Uaodmuhmee ,0* on water. 2 rotIdoncotSLEEPERS '

,eoadltl i. 31200. 473-3318. .. ..... Catact CarlWeaeea. carpet, a* pete or shill. ,... Aaip.i reel le rl ........., ."......... Parti RIGHT UNDER YOUR NOSEi: S14
lukgCOUN' ----------- Rt. Z, Baa 246, .UiG".."' P..... 9644UUMar tlUO. Camper Ie."... 1 sad. acc....rles for all S. Epporton A 517 Wottmoroland
SEWING MACHINES Arcadia. .r Dial Metal.Starke. 9S4-oeLttpd. 7-13 PltK4.ll; 19'l.
burner elv. sInk with vacuum .,."... 404 N.W.
fRY ATRE iT 10 REPAIRED* All ...... 6/294Uka 11I10 Pkeaa 7824308. Wcfcg 7000' CB BMg lat or sale
cabinets. Si. Call 864-7004. Iota A...., Geloeevllle.
___ _.Jo
acre w kk graded. road .. 1 .1....., ailed tad adjuated. WANTED, 196d end MODERN APARTMENT, ask. ler Larry. Itekg 7/11 Phone 176-7119. d/.. Largo Apt. BMg. fully ranted
tide.. hIgh and. dry ...... 17. W.... (.....t.o4. ...... COINS Faraliked I BR very clean. CHEVY PICK-UP. 1 97 2.eaeteai Store,' living qtri. $30,000
Appremlmeteljr 3 mlle Ktrlcklaad. career. Maria .v.e. Payug Dkaee.Halvee.lldfti 33. shag ear..... drapes, A/C 10.LWB.307 ......, -------- UTILITY' BUILDINCSt' All LAND AS GOOD AS GOLD. 40 acres, home
Nartk al K..t.... Head aad. Hv/y_16. tl/cfc pack, Quartere. 82c. Ideal ler ... ample .r retired factary 4 speed .,..., radla, TRAILER LOTS a 190. .
.... traitor, 131.000
WATSON Clad 1'.1".. IM4-89, Caster. gaud camdltlaa.IM50. High, ... dry, shade tr**.. aluminum prewired, reeep.Ucloe.
N eklldrea
I REALTY 238-1270. LOSE WEIGHT. ....1, and Met all* buying old ..... Bet .830 peraaaa.N.Temple* Stark ar r....* H4.72II.ltpd Near Lake Geaeva a.,. Hgkt' ewlukei. VgkU.leefue 27 acres cleared near Hampton Lake

REALTORS" fast with X-ll Diet Pie. *1.RKDUCE P.... 9644250: alter 6pm.7l3tfcJig 7/M-_ .t... H.I"t.. A....... and. groove floor OWNER FINANCED, 636 W. Madifon. 8R. 2 B.
Pkaao ....7210. 7/1.1 2t.pd.; .. j
-! .. E..... lUlda ._______ 1/10 1974 TOYOTA COROLLA vehie 81 501) WID eacrillc Delivered. led eel ap.Fmaaemg CHAA 532,000
:)4If----- ------ with X-Pel. 3JO.. from WANTKt Mobil. hams Geed eeedttlea. ... tk-ee, 11273. Owner will II..... available. up to 4Smeutho LITTLE LAKE SANTA FEt Lot 5)4,500.

I'TRUCKi 1977 Ckevrotet, K...'. IJ..... Starke. 6/S mles ead ...-... Will pIck *p.OLINH ....11... g.( ailleage.II with t.r..t. suit buyer M47642. ,. pays 6O else. .. HAMPTON LAKE Beautiful hornet

| :p.t..rl.... power lOtpd 319GENERAL! MOBILE HOME FURNITURE 00. ...... ".-8603 er Itpd 7/13 evelloble... Suukl el Burke. LOT NEAR KINGSLEY LAKEi 1% acres

\ 4>cakel. air conditioned., 330: -_ -- SALES V64-5606. Opea 7daya REFINISHING I !I 98445jW.JUeligT/13_ 964-6020: er 944-6021. d/... QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD, 1021 Palm St.
lcTceavertB. Te
._.,, 13OOO mu... Excellent CARPENTRY week.. tf/.hL __ .. I SEVERAL ITEMS J.h. N : LAND -F "ifi DELUXE MH In town 120.000

| eoadltloa ,,'1 ":I2I1. 1 Ipd WORK: ,,Peor kaaglag. Free E........ I | Deere Trecter 64OOi Camel t7JXW,, Mateklag 85000 living 0." raaatckaki ViT Sampeaa L... Let N. I. MH IV* A. on Rd. 100. furnlihed, S21.SOO.

paneling and palaUag. 116.- --- I I Mercury. 1966 82OOt 1969 boot ramp, private lick. pond
metal wllkkardwd .
[F0R 8 ALEi"kl"fcairT9Tl: ; 604.7/3dtpdS/3| : -the elderberry makes grime ,lit | Sanikla, A.... I T.,*.., ISO lateraatlennl' UtilIty. trailer' lleer.all U-kaal .... s."'. septic ".11. light
iGlaetroai CT-160 with '35 M... Frl.I & water. By ....,, 9647004 -
but itt thoott. leaind ,,.1 Camper...tI.. wage.. 8173.Be .
vr Ceatacti<<: T.H.
Ift.'f. Marcary. Pewer trim, TRA' 'T !"WoRRt, Targe to < .... 4 JO .... I at Tatam'e Sawmill.. Old style, 300. ... '., Lets .* RayMwrgaa Kulpli Dry an
bark all poltonout .... 1321
..a..0..t ...It.... 12,895.: ... ,dU.,. are. I B. BradfordSir.et 7/13 7/20
.m ll .. ---- Lawty Rd., L....,. Itpd 3!., 2ukg"
I Would ....ldar trading for mowing, ....-bl.d.. rho.-IJlainy 'l'flgfll' P...... 46LrsiiiEiitiIv I 1/13 Starke, .r PkeaaM4443B. !, Real Estute
1 __ .Itckg, 711I87S TRUCK"CA"MPER .'74.
...lIar b..&. Cal 473-1202. Martla, 9645230. DODCE"Rar'aT Meac, Lillian Pearson
lla/ckg| 7/13 ./!5 ttckg 7/13 'Pbooooo&ogj .tatlea take .-- ---- 0... Read, Marly .... 8 ... REALTOR 2117 N. Templeve,
wagea ap SUZUKI GT 30 Good .leaf "... Sell eentaiusd.'loop. Nlerke.tin
VII ULETru7.p; ;.. ..,...t.. Loaded realfUee. eo.dll..1500' 14 It. liber. 4, ...pl.t.. ,.110O..P. BKANCH OFFICE 964.8'18"

t.hwheel ..... weed I .i MThR' P.'.. M4-65BO.- lukg 7/13- (laee ski. It.... 83OO. P.... .... M4-7024. llckf "n314FT US 301 NORTH -5 by 8" 5 BR"So II.er.

ipaaeled. ...Id.. II 7:1.: P...... : : : l.ii i-; Vary geed. 47J-4309. 7 nl 2tpd 7/20 FIBERCTABSTkeaderklrd LAWTEY.FLORIDA ... Oil KR-16 ..

|47.f433V .....t.. Itabg" 7 n3 ] )|| ]| |)( BOmBaanV M. BH" BHaVMH. Ral, -! B caadltlaa.alter 82JOO 6 p.m. Itpd Call 1/13 4731584 ()W row N-'USINESS- --- ".... Catertralw ,782-3806 -3 BR on one acre<.

FOR's.i'i.U; ;..-Dial.. PERSONAl building tar ealai Geed sad 40 HP ........ 4 III acre parcela alaatad Morgan Rd.
.. read.aeaed -5 acres, R-230
etatte,vacuum, e....... '40. JOR 'Ult S RVt E'$ ; .' Jbl.S' n' : ( : fecaitaa .ler..med.... say 373: .IMS IJpebuslases. electric sew ...rlM uteri battery neter..ad Hae laltaak. a paetwr agri..graded..y.,.. ta. -29 unit moUl. 3nl North
rhoao. 4734330 algal. lUhg I .. ,
2 11*
Fm ask. far Bee ....r calea.n Cell a.". MerlePackkaB. .h.*... (rem t8.'5 with one acre.
/! I 12 I/t ..... Market Rd.BuIldIng .
----or -- .. Teams vallakle.., 7/13 473-4362. er may pereeot .
: Rooi 3 BR Hem**.3 ..,.. ea SR. TELEVISION REPAIR: ATDISCOUNT ApproimeUly 16 acre laRailerd. 3lckg. 727CAJMPER" .. eeea a. 8ll.tr L.... 7/11 .. lot. en HR 100.
frOATINCs': Special ...... 235 VA ." ,..ed. J... 8. PRICES AT Cleared with' .... FASHION Itckf 7/20 S ..... .i.-R frame BR-2.10: Uemeat Rd. and

wide mobile ....., 879.95 U.".,, 4984126 er 4962903.Itckg JIM'S' FURNITURE) 435 tr... ... creek .. property OPPORTUNITY '-.a FOR SALE; i1z ...... ea graded read. Ceualry 1'I,1t.,

_Ueubla. wide 9119.95. Mela St.. Lake. Butler, 4W2985. II... ..... .. Ueker.4964126 within. 14 day*. Owlf your tared.. Sleep. 4. 177$. -s--- 82000. _____ -. BR. 2 bath ,lamllyroom.

.. ...L..li end Allae Cool. 1/2 U/.h, er 498-2903. lukgc7mmercUICB ... fairy. Mocked ladle* P"... 9644210. lUfcg 7 nl I S." aaron BR.100 at 100 A Pratt Ht,
---- I -1 acre ta 5(1 ......
KPhoae 473-3775:JohaBrewaMekll sables er Joan and casual. YARD WORK
I BR H..... 3 .eree. with .
__ .
.' Ham f..tar. lukg P... 8a- SI.; Owner1llaiaced. NEED CAlM,We bay |Junk <<: ,; kalldmg.. wear ...,. Hedge Trimming __ ..".n' locatlnne.fTckfekea
ea .. .
.f'rJi. : .. .IIi-..... brick -e MAbuiltin ; I .. fla..I,! ..bI ,,,,,
lilt :t Joe ... E".rt. *
Ideal prnld.dn-L
$ 'r
carajalduiae.aad.4rrki R-231.
Jea 14.11.\16611 3
groooeii r-tr .. ..
;; I = ,, ,. T,f. 8aara Form, cfc I
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UI. raeTe
.17,100. i' I
--- -t------ '2128 ar .IMI4I S.f.l.'t. tt, v t5hsw.; Kay Piik, 4fH1- Its,.evkaklae4 ....ar.l800 *">WJ Vamaka Oraa. MS.Pk *
5/18 tIn fl. H.office re.las.. sad alacero. Cell Mr Weeks 'Parkinq. Lot *rrey Rd.. ,*47, 0O. Deebiewiife. 4BK
'.YHTOIS I..k. CoTlagee. __-_ .f. .Jt ,, or .496-2829. s5 M M4-B29I. 7/11 SleW" both, eft SR-16
.... .... S. Usher, 496-2126 or 496- collect |904J 7641912: Up* TCOal CI.anupFREE
learly, monthly, or weekly. 1/2 acre with CraSs -- ------- :1 BR, f BaTbbrick. CH/A. -Prime commerelel', I'S!

I .BR .,,11........ '''...'''..d. aaar iaipectloa etatlaa, ..... CUSTOM MADE'IJRAPE81ESI 11103., ilehig" 7/11 _._ f.... ESTIMATE S flraplaae*. kara, 1.73: 301
--- -- --- ii ) TTiiii:: ;..
gncludlnn; allllltekA. .low .. S. Ueker 496-2126 ar 4962903. W. are sew A-r.p7ri-n. OWN YOUR OWN acre. 881,50 mere lead. -3 9*. borne. and bunlneeeproperly
rtl.8O per moatk.ie Itckg' stocking. letS .. fabrIcs. Fro 238. Providence Rd. ...... S, BUSINESS Area dlelrl'katr Stark* ee SR-16 at SUNSHINE ACRES .-I..I Ittt. LS-3OI.:

1.t.. Hrlghte Really. -- ......t... Lama S..p..... U....., 4M-2126 ar. 4902903.Itckg .... Read McNaly'mape. Hellkreaa Springe. SatardaySaadey. Pilon 9. .7." ___ -20 acre., Rellnrd .....
..1I.h.iii 2Iii H...; I. Like' Butler. p6.22L1ithrTr6m N* ..IU.., 8ervlc ".1,1:1: aad 16.a .11 36 J5. aeree 1340' ea US-301 -28 ..r... 3 IlK brick.Breaker. .
100)00.. ..... S. Usher, 4902l26 eetakllekedaceeaate. ... t. I .... I lad 7/13 T...... iJ6,5OO. .
FlR GOLD i Sterling, 6-2903. Itcfcg all peaada with 20 aereii Feaced la, cempaay -
kwelry, dlamandi. ioi,., 0' G.B... Grapefruit Extra unpreved pnetar. ..... S. lavoetmente 1973 SKI .iT7 IS ft., 65 I BR Baagalew, neweteva -Fleh. camp HampeeaLeke.

vatal geld. V> UI vl.lt you Beeatllul Let $r"-wltk Slreaglk Capealee: aad. lat U."".496-2120.ar 490-2U03. 92,700 t. 113.430 centred byinveotory HP Mercery. ExelleatceedlUon. weaker ,A dryer. .
-6 and fish allGriffis
i", wh.r*. Phone Mr. eked ,..... Ideal lor sew .dl., Tablele." Aadrewa Itckg aad. equlpmeet. 81.875. Ph.. 964.5H44 HOUSECLEANINq 613,000. Will ....Id.r acre pond
Ita... 473-ION9. 3/H "*.. ar .he... "trailer.Iwaer Drage, 225 W. Main. Lake Write, I....... Berne, *"r 782-3882. Itpd 7/13 trailer trade.DAYEWE& Loop

/cjMrND _. llnanced. Jane 9. Butler,6/22 .,..., 727Reducs 23 c...... CS. radio bread addree.telephone sad threerelereacec :__ We have ethere.

'- Uaber. 4964129 er 496-2903. .... aied, 84$. ta Pereeoeel WEEKENDS! Even: .
.\ FOR SALE. Keyeaa IUh silo aaoriairwTtk. acm 7/11 2tpd 7/20 Director NA MCO. 3928 Well!!.P Drilling: !: Pbea 7824806FAULKNER get
Helgkla. Nice ..... enI .!._ GoB.. Tablets A EVapwater call 496-JM8.: Moatelalr Rd. Bkimlagham. SPECIALAny R.lph Reeltor98442im P. Bryan lB
hi 10 acre tract a.lghb.rha.d MOVING SALE Saturday, '" "'
: loll Ire
Ala. 33213 call I-
.. sew ho.... 10 a.m., till 7 p.m., July IS pllla" Aadrewa YARD SALE. All Klada, .6 BOO-6J3-844I.er lipid 7/13 2" thru 6" :
feme ,mte permit mobile. sad. 22ad.Stereo.$. leapaele. .*. Dru,.. 225 W. Mela. Lake Jaak.Satarday and Sunday, Single Story

femee. sad come averlook a .25: ..... wkeelbarrow Puller, 6/8 Itch( 7/11 July 15 end 16, 243 S.W. 3rdAven Fast Rotary llouae 120.15 V>.,.. K: Ilauilae

.... Priced t. .U with maeoary bee, brick. L... Butter or call LONGCIIAMPHome Two Story llouae REALTY D9 AxocUle
I lre m t200 down I* 840mamtk. Conga clock redl. bei CL RK 'iSA'WHOP, 498-3637. 7 n3 lukg" and Drilling Equipment :r1.15 to 89.5 964459:

.h Cemmirclal .pri..., Garmaa ikepherd. 7 Cemplele ekarpalag ..,. Building None Higher '
taco ea SR-21 available.UEBRRKIEfti .....ld. yard gale and. 20 ft. vice ....., clrcalar mewerkladee li'fs'Flymeatk Daeter Materials STATE' LICENSED Mobile Home 119.93 :2:103: N. Temple

)wn.r .73"37S. 3/3B lI/ehg ...... Disk. ckaln.ihevele, chain saws, leave at 38.000 mllea, ....n... -WE BUILD- .. .... ... Double ""de.':34.03 Stark.. .Florid
: 'so rakee, single shot .22 rllle, Crawl: Balldr Supply, _diU... 3200 4V take over Paul H.Faulkner.
L'-alck '10. Aluminum eat. .ladder, Lak. Batter. 7/13 tie ..,...,.. 31340.90 lift Your Plans Or Dun Pumps and Realtor
|enl a .U>. Wa-PIck 75 cealelbi ... M, locatedat Thle la a pressure
"*1. Book .ha''"... bed wing Your Lot Or Ours
IV'\\8... order.7,30 M... thru .,....... slew cooker. .....I.lt.1 Ik.Church .t FREE ESTIMATESRemodeling i New & UsedSales'Parts'Servjce chemical' cleaning 061.5063Farstt.t 1 t.KtlKI. ltOIIi'lti 1.1K.ppjjorln .
a.m. p.m. 4 froeior 14 J ca. ft.. 8123, Ged. Lake. Butler PaulWayae guaranteed to remove 5 3/4 acroe. 3 ICeg. Heel r'.itele Broker

o* West of Melroee' SR.IA 8.ar..6 ..... car battery, loSt Black. 7/13 Itpd Repairs mildew. bugl. iUlns. BR. IB, Frame ho... milk Phone 84-7ll20|

I miles Nertk .. ZOO A,, 810, ............ 280 NW Addition. etc. ekimmaai. aiding. Lett .. 916 North Temple A< S
I ...11. W.... ,
: 2nd St.. L... Butler ((2 L. E-Z TermsPIurnbln9 Call CoIIHI: 4-tMMI road frealag.
6/13 Homes
1-1131 473-2702. Bought
or HEL'p-W fn D, : -
... kehlad the peat
story h. . . . afIerS p.m.
hg,7/20 Bkaketkack walker .hewed, . Building. er ..101... hem
!!!!!1.fIL! --- female. N. 44 .* bath elda .lot. over aa acre la ibe.

ijFFERKNTI Lme .. other Scare Table Saw, 8130 Idee. both taltaaed CD COMPANION OR SITTER pump, eoplte ta... light

.> tko Blghbrhood.. Over
kwg. and ...... I* lake. Microwave *".., 1805 Phone 2752643. Friday 9 ... ta t .... -- --- -- Four ..d,.." frame,

oklya. 3 BR. 2 bath Upright Piano call 4311322R.bblti. Hefereacec required, call 96443853 Kaaetlfii, ...... lot wIth CH A, ....pi..., out.kulldlege. .

{ ... leudry room. CH/A. .!!...!:!'!.! O 498-2018. 6/19 ... Highway 301 South IBTHOMAS 21*. 1,... ..... Workshop II ecrec, paved.
f >//N liOn 168'. Ureoae .. Included. ..... out ef read leaeod.Tkroa .
dreeeed or -
and storage .buildingdad. Storks Repairs REALTY city llmlte. Has ....

>. t yr. warrantv.Haced droned. New Zcelend white etkercolera. TRUEST MINI IUBLICAUCTION remodeled _with air, ,Ir.. BR,17/2 b..h. LK

I. 646.700. R.T sod red Cellleralaai. 621 North. Walnut St. ,lac*. a... ...,.,.&. Oaly DR Urge kitchen. mobile
..... d... ,
STORAGENOW DunraneePUMPS" Florid 32091 .
473-1254.: Star ke, 15400. home .lsrgeahaded 2
|I.g7/13>*ra Realty an egee aid weight. cell .. .. 9640162Formerly --- -- utility ..,d.. Ml -16 Keel:
sItar 6 p.. 4964499 or .498- OPEN J.Tkomee walerfraatproperty.
USSO1Norihof SUPPLY W. ".y. -.- -
BRK WANTED ('eU" 2533. 6/29 4tcbg 730BKASINGTON StArke & Real Estate From h.... oa I acre .la

r need temporary ho... I Spue Available. .."_" country, very .......bl..
COMPANY 0.. Acre Let* 100 SaathS "about 101
lleealag lob. awa 10x1228"mo.: Call tadav
U ed
I Oldsmobile New -- North .. Stark
Ireaiportatlea. Call 47% Cadillac Commercial property' withAnecktlei S Acree. *,
33!*. itckg 7/13 I Sale. & Service 10x24 se'Vmp.. MerchandiseUnder AHN IJ( GHtt 669 N. Temple Avn Acre ae 100A near City ar wkaeul balUlag.. just alt US 30'.

Starke Fla. Lhall _____
tfseI New WORMS FOR 2 BR 1 bath. LR. DR,
hi* HALE) ((1971 Toyota IFineSelect&OflOf FOR INFORMATION Saalk 101 aar ,City I..... L. ...eI..rEy. .

-Telia. 2 dr. standard thill.p. I Cars ;rp/c.e.p,.( \ ? .CONTACT: .. ManagementFurniture" 9647061STARXEi Limit. 436",*' ... r.*. ...... 9644142 family L....,. ream, cerport,

BOW Urea; eeeaomtral.B. I Cadillac Trade*. .THOMAS REALTY ....tac.. ,..... ... BakkeaEvMlag _
CB 471-36M ar 47J1210. ----- 9644171 Tw 20-cr tract verjroaeoaabte

tla/chr. ';'. I 2001 N.\V:1331S.5Y: !!., 964-6162, a HIM yen." etui eonfeiririt ,II.. tunjtatMiu S balk, loath 101 sear SaI Veda Sot< "5055a.n 3 Br.
MiscellaneousItems <* m inn unique Iii It. reedIreatage raid.Severe .
9646944Florllund paved
Evealag' -
LGMNESYIL.EE a.55a"p Out ro"p5." .
even .. H&IAICIO .. ft. plus ,
-- m el Ml leioMI eilli MIKte'
Mexican Merchandise 1 M 43 title. Out km. a. large eeraer let. ----- commercial' '.ta on

REGISTERGAS '; Exxon Station For.leateI Every Friday _. ia I....' S'U to, .'OW '1'.. ataay extra I. Hit. Fear a*.S Bulk, ceocreteblock Realty 01.SIR..
tat entlft
rows H owl enly
I AND OIL ,.::10 ,.m, .50,5., 5055 BfeM lOt vs It you 1.- ..a HTAgKEi3- --BR--, I '...,.. ...... W, Madleoat ItINTplaA. I kalkTuvlag. room I
OMMMtl wioyoU tuf eonef POT' ,
308 S. Thompson St., "...la FaredHelgkle. ....pert. CB, la lw*. Veryroaeoaabte
800 Walnut St. Starka, dewe Nuns tend en Iht tot Iremingeane fleA.brick 1 Story frame tmdy t. live. Stork*.Fla.
,64-B8SS DEALERS AUCTION. fry.., toctl egenl'in yeur MteVtu BalH for enerfyflan. .
... 1' ale t*
To 'ZIS.OOO.OO Investment Required Every Monday ere enee.. lie lurHw obUgalMienevtMr 1,600 pIus *<|. H. 96+7700 b.TkTrkVhome& ;
.20,oo0p: tiler eempMinl ynuf HAMMI S--eI 25*.I ...
r. L P Gai .'.. '" Paid training' Ili30a.m.: yet ea hevi. en.......0..euv rtuftitiler _n.. semI .. 1 I Story frame Boar city I BR. larag* apt/ea Urge BUS.
worm am rnm ut it e free -- __
Fae'O'1LubrleatlaOU. . ,... HmlU, aeede aem. work Let Very Neer *
'110.0 0,5 5MII a. se 01.11 STARKEr Fereet H......, Vrr osay esmi.et.ri,3'R2BAw..d. GEORGE ROIlERTIf.JR.Reg. .
mi kmet e let priced right.
: == "boMlCul bvSy woodedtete. .Real E.ut Broker.
I More Information We take .. 555w -". ---
| -Warebootelor \ For consIgnments.Buyers "tee ere eMter. e*> Wholesale MIMerti.Wile .
ti...,.Call'R.lX..TlJdtlef'Jax.: A Seller Hlllentl hItIl.I,5A ttisn *. ba>d yur.ewe. mobile hem with, CH/A. Irame ..... ,scar 100 OfENtlalKaayAM.10O: .
( Ilk
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,Welcome ...... .. *, ar yea may ..1..04..,.*, with klgbora .... .... la ,.04
: : : si"ii'wkIruNemlMilMen detalle.I ,
Call far
Tiro .
,?" '"'8O4.121.O$66'AOEQuaI ',' .. our and tractcP.DlaTkemo&' .**....... .
Tube IM ttliMt'( 'BR. batVmabiia; .'home ---r-- -----

BaIeieaPhilip !!' boportonlty Emcfoyef.! \ J WwVMwWwVwVVV a lake. 818,700.KEYSTONeV. ; I'.I a Urea Urn
rr Rac.lUalCetaM'Broker see able. S Ita. 4 14 with 1

S acre so.1 beautifully bed AMI

THE. 10 PECAN',TREES? ...... NOW8 YOU CHANCEf: : Philip W. Clark trait, darting S6.439.rerme. Oflh 964412Eveatee ..-! ".HI. ",ld I. *el.Pkoe *
OF 13*
21aero covered with" ---
.a1 Bark Brick .
Clark tkto *
COUNTRY1 GENTLEMANliSiIlaIeiSi.314* 94-770"
( Home. tie bo .,-..far pufc sad eai100 bet ..5pavwd REALTOR: -- --- VorkloP.Odom.GRI 200 AMr

REALTOR kerne '.a 20 acre*''at goo4. ...,, S16.$0I.t .La. ares road,622 treat. 00.Hamataa. II I1STOEIIEIGIITjI [B AA.PATRAYRROKER K.,...*Heights flaw: IJJ-221--- r .* ....Real EetateBroker

IB KEV"TOfcHEIGHTS had, I604 .. ,41"l'f" Dtfl** flame73J64t ASSOCIATESStove : .
"' 9A44476L
BuameM ve.
4BCLJEVE 4712019MarekenDenTkliea E.LLE.L
\ WATCH YOn. GARDEN! 'ElwiroTBtaaleyBaleamea Ev.944MIaroWEjiw Pearl Aadrewe .
11'a.: ... I feiieto
.NIW. 1904(4714700Kveamgo( SUCK AS A WHtSTLEI 1BRr GROW from year ,DBL --- Associate0441794

bath kern for 911JKW, shady lot,. aaarKyt w... Mokllo Heme .. ........ &y.........73'-S ,' : ,'JeaetStarleg >* *) B-121]
wUIkiaaea '
173-40)7 tl&M' dent' *w .., 'M,OO. 1817,900. 'f'tiJ E....4-eVl6 k.
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Mla family centers DAYS

o T a : ] \ mJfi1r:1'" Holds InaaaortedTedorbluewfthlolQ 1812 OZ.Ceni .Availably j!
n :; : : : CI ', down cover handle. \

,A C 301 S. Starke, Fla. -- SALE $ 97
C STORE HOURS: Mon Wed. 9-8 : "
lJP: ,,
Thur Sat. 9.9 Sunday 12-0 :_
1 fi"li'ir1'5r.-"NiJ'I::
2 L

..Deluxe Rotary ,V; 607mm

tre t 10"" cutting path, 25' cutting j'
I 22" Cut; 3Vi HP;. 5'position .. ._ line' Rear Interference to
I wheel adjustment of W" to 3V4" assure proper line length. Side
4 Red only. ,'it,\-'i i.h'.Cr assist handles foreasleropera;
4 1 tion.

1; -I Regular'44M. $ 3 48 8'

: 189.97 /1

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LIMIT 3, 0

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.. .... 13 Oz.Aerosol
(Fuels all Coleman Heaters -- -- lamonid mm"' 8 qutrtl N.wntMm.1. flavor I
Lanterns and Catalytic 8 /nelul' wo'h..mo"0 M..fI"gocooPln.od.Heaters. (
I Rust inhibitor added $18 charcoal .
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