Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04165
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 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: UF00027795:04165
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Member of the 148 Signal Battalion from Jacksonville Over Z-thousand National Guardsmen and Reserves *A '
I 'camouflage their communication van daring operation were at Camp Standing daring the operation that ended.. ."n
Orbiting Signal II at Camp Blalldin,. Saturday, July 8.
Arthur R. Caskins and 3.T Parrish, umounce loon that he will run for re- northern portion of St. John' County.
two poultry and hay farmen.quallfied election. '
-, : .. \v < l .P Tuesday morning, July II, to run for Rivera malted his paper*;, to the
re-decdon: to the Bradford County River Qualifies state election office (n Tallahassee

0 School ;Board while three-term Democrat Tom Rivera of Punta Friday July 14. He'll be running J t
.v t veteran Gear*" Robert announced Verda hit qualified as a candidate for against Incumbent Frank, Williams,

he won't seek reception to the Bred- State Representative In District 25 D-Crystal Lake,and Howard Dunn., R-
} ford CountY.Ccc1)Jslion.. which Includes Bradford,Clay and the Keystone Heights.
The 43 year -old Caskins will run '" '
again for the District I board spot In .
'; 1174 ha wa* elected to the school .
.board beating Incumbent Elaine f '
I Thompson and Herman J hnaon. ) .11\

.Gaskina. a Lawtey resident, ran for :

,the .same; .seat In 1970 and was "
:defeated -

Retired! educator Vernon E. Olin
i'Placing 'has'r also'' qualified to run for the q.

-District I seat. .
Parrlsh qualified to for'
run again ;
Ibis District 9 spot. The 38 year old/ l

New River farmer won the school ,
. board seat by beating Incumbent \.
Setter D., Goodman In 1974. No. ."' .
..... 'Ii" Opponent has qualified as of this ., .t fl."..,;.. ...<.I;j!

':, ., writing to1 face Parrish. f'lfl."f-ifI'I1I. ....''''ft.:4. ..'

-: communication:cable In-: Pat Spengler and J.R. '(Jim 'f .4.....,f lfr\fI' f.. ,'

Officers .." Lawson are also till unopposed In ( .. .\ .
Candidate from the Florfda'Natlonal Guard preparation "Orbiting Signal .
Military Academy
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double-time to their next activity during their two week Intensive training Is SP4 Patricia White of the 433 SignalGroup their campaigns school board Jt .. .
program at Camp Blandlng. Trainee In the itate' Non-Commluloned Of. of HunUvllle, Alabama, eats. Spengler Is running for re flilCfWtf r
fleer' duction her District 2 seat while ;, : 1't. :;Q""I \ ;
*program are also at Camp Blending this week. Lawson is running for the two year 16 ___ _

..,District 3 seat that waa opened when Arthur R.Gaskln J.T. Parrlsh __
Art HoUlday retired midway through. $*ek.Second Term Seeks Re-Election t I
,JJ a four'year term: .Pta School!! Board .Te' School Boardances ,
Qualifying end July 29 at noon. .

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W lfp i J" Sig ir.CAMP Roberta announced publicly that he C 00 '
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wont be seeking a fourth term of *- '*
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office In this fall a election. In a release -

BLANDING During the Signal Group from Atlanta Georgia valuable experience In supervisingand to the press Monday, July 17, '..

first two weeks of July, the citizen which is at Camp Blending and the controlling typical signal unit Roberts said:

soldiers of the 631st Maintenance 142nd Signal Brigade (Decatur) of the which could be assigned under an "1 will not' be a candidate for re Predicted Tight
Company; from Starke joined more Alabama National Guard at Fort actual mobilization.:"' election. I thank the people of Bradford
than 3,700 other National Guardsmenand Bragg The 50th Area Support Group As the weapons of war have grown County for allowing me to serve .
Army Reservists In a large-scale (Jacksonville) is coordinating logistical in sophistication, ..o too have the three terms, many people have been An extremely tight budget for the the school board levies the maximum
training exercise" dubbed "Orbiting support at Camp Blanding. means of military communications, more than nice to me.i in a lot of ways. 1978-79 school year 1* being forcast by eight mills. Bradford Is currently
, Signal II. "With emphasis on hands-on but the machines are no better than I wish the successful candidate much the Bradford school administrationunless levying 6.4 mills, the minimum required -

Highlighting the two -week annual training this two-week"exerclse will the men and women who operate success In facing situation that Is theschool board votes the legal and Is thus considered under
training encampment, help develop unit and Individual them. becoming increasingly complex. cap of 8 mills In taxes, a 1.S mill the FEFP to be giving its school less
Signal II" combines units"Orbiting from proficiency In a realistic environment summer encampment ends the esDeciaUyi In] the fiscal management increase which would net the county than maximum support ,
Alabama Florida, Georgia, Mississippi under simulated combat conditions," Guardsmen and Reservists will be of the county." .some $300,000 additional funds from School systems contributing less
and the. Virgin Islands. says Colonel Robert L. Howell, better prepared to meet any future Mark B. Adkins and Jesse Wolbert state and local sources. local effort In other words, receive

Together, these units must set commander of the 53rd Signal Group. challenges. have qualified to run for Robert's "If we don't go to eight mills our less state funds.If .
up District: 2 slot on the commission. budget will be severely curtailed" the school board would levy the
complex maintain radio-telephone operate and communications support a Orbiting Signal II Is part of a three- Officers Candidate*. Adklns went wire to wire with Robertain Business Manager Eddie Douglas told 1.6 mill Increase,to eight mills, the Increase

network linking year rotational command multi-state Camp the 1974 race, losing by 27 votes. the school board Monday night, July would generate 227774. The
with Camp Blanding program designed to show units how Officers candidates from the Wolbert is running for election for the 17. state would add about $77.000 to that
a Fort
North Carolina training from June Bragg, they fit Into the total signal support Officer Candidate School and the first time. Under the Florida Education amount to make up the $300.000 the
24 to July 8. mission.
Non-Commtssloned Officers In tile District 4 campaign Steve Finance Program (FEFPI) the school system will miss out on unless
In the exercise script,the two linked "Because no single unit has all the Academy of Florida' ,Military Cardin and Paul Meng are still the counties levying the maximum eight the eight mills are levied.
sites are the ends of a critical line of necessary assets," says Colonel Academy are at Camp Blanding from only qualifiers. The two Hamptonarea mills will get the most help from the Supt. Tom Cast V doesn't expect the
,. defense established after a "surprise Howell, "the capabilities of three July 623.Summer. residents are both hitting the state, Douglas told the board. The school boardtobe\l'iIIlngtopaua
attack" along the southeastern signal groups and six signal battalions encampments continue at campaign trail for the first time. Incumbent state guarantees each county a 7.25 increase in an election year.
.seaboard. have been coordinated to provide Blanding until August 19. E.W. Hodges Is expected to percent increase In its school funds if Reason for the tight budget. In a
The unique task force} led by the year when record state funding of
53rd Signal Group (Tallahassee) of education was passed by the
the Florida Army National Guard Includes legislature is a decrease In pupils anda

, the Army Reserve's 335th Secrecy Cloaks decrease in the value of the FTE
Building Inspector Controversy
it1 highly(full-time weighted equivalency vo-tech) unit center.in The the

I Disclosure of a secret meeting of Warren said the report Indicated council and wa* told by Epps "he motivated his firing said Williams county is reporting a rawunweighted
two Starke council members with Williams wa doing two thing wrong: didn't want It in the newspaper." was critical of violations by con ( ) FTE count of 4.306 this }
formerbuilding Inspector Dewey he shouldn't be working for contractors Williams turned In his equipment to tractor Gerald B. Griffis and Bob summer compared to 4.483 last
,William over a conflict of interest by painting houses he wasInspecting clerk Merrill Edwards that same Harris. He said Griffls had sold a summer. A new FTE count I Is due In
, opened a can' of worms In Starke a definite conflict of interest night. house In Starke without connecting October and school administrators J
Wednesday morning. ; and if Williams did not get the Williams said a disagreement with the water and sewer and that a hope their projection of student I II .
..nEa paint contract the home did not pass Epps over property next to his homeon family had lived in it for five days before conservative \
1. / An article
by Bill Shields In the inspection. Orange Street is what got him the connection were made. This summer' weighted FTE countIs
yy V Gainesville Sun, Wednesday, July 18, "1 waa in favor of firing Williams fired. William said he was told to lay off on 1 5,662 compared to 6,194 in the .
I prompted a response by Williams said other building violations summer of 7778.
Immediately but went along with Epps bought some by a county
commissioner Joe Warren.
"The first properly next door his commissioner interested in Funds expected are down and
turday.8unday remainder of council to let Williams to about itt selling
I knew
was when Epps (mayor- resign, which he did. He was not years ago and claim 10 feet. Williams building supplies.Warren budget requests exceeded expected
. / National Guard commissioner Harold Epps) said he fired," Warren aid refused to give Epps the 10 feet, which revenue by $120,000, Douglas told the
Training at wanted to show see me"that he had something Warren said he wa not Involved In Williams said he owned for 32 years made motion to terminate school board Monday night. $120.000
to me said
Warren. The has been trimmed to balance the
ArmorySaturday the private meeting May 17 involving 73-year-old painter said he also Williams and stop paying his salaryas
Warren said prior to 'a May 17 Epps, Waters, Williams and police thought It was strange requests made of June 30 at the council meeting operating budget, making an
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meeting of Epps and commissioner chief Jimmy Bowen held In the Police by himself and the late John July 11. The motion passed extremely tight year seem probable.
Wilbur Water with Williams he was Department next to city hall. Matthew to have trees removed were unanimously. Principals had the option put to
Rep. Frank Williams shown investigative them of cutting program If they wanta
report compiled Williams
Wednesday.be was
CAMPAIGN KICK-OFF by the Starke Police Department The only discussion at the meeting'w. cost of living increase of$400 or $300for
confronted and had
[ told the city,
4-ap m. until the
never granted Epps bought personnel this school
listing contractor whether to advertise for year.
approached by the '"charges" against him and was asked the $200
j' Orange Park part-time building inspector to do to resign. Williams said be questionedwhy property. a month!! Job.Black, Principals chose to cut program and
HO Plainfield
Ave. Another Incident that may have cut teacher to the t
unnecessary get
painting on jobs he was inspecting. he wasn't called I before ,
fi .the full, ., funds for the pay Increase, Supt
Tuesday July 2S ;* Casey says.Casey says there is fat in

f J'! 3 Principals Transferred; Duncan Goes to BHS Cow, principals thesystem which were can given be trimmed the option and to

QUALIFYING CLOSES Bad Luck? do that or go without pay increase,
Noon School board member '
took Issue
r Without discussion,Bradford school ''but the move was not made alter of the school board Arthur GasUm, Monday night with counties which
Some people think that black are
may a
I. SCZONINGBOARD7t3op.m. board member* routinely approved school board member Pat Parmenter.on
Spengler J.T. Parriah. and Vernon
currently levying mill
eight thus
walking their ,
cat across path can \
Monday night, July 17, 25 personnel ,objected to Sexton' lack of certification BHS
'. Francis continuing to serve as cause bad luck, but few drawing the maximum In state funds
very every ; t
which the trans'
I ". change among were In administration, saying there principal. but in which .
, consider a black cow bad luck. property assessmentam.
:" 1'huncM.'Jul.,27: fer of three principal to different are certified personnel in the system. Francis was appointed to BHS for Jack Elton Upchurch of Route 3, lower than Bradford, meaning a'; \
schools Including shift of
toe veteran
The Brooker different
resignation of the 78-77 term on two found out last Friday night lower tax loadBradford
administrator Charles Francis from principal Phil motivated the In jStarke I
V.lenga occasions Casey '
f, by Supt /that a black cow can be unlucky. County'assessment are, t
school to Brooker
BRADFORD COUNTY high transfer both ,
" Vellenga resigned from the 'January 1977 and April 1977. On Upchurch was traveling north on currently rated at 92-94 percent '\
SD.OFADJUSTMENT Elementary.The school system to work full time his board nomination '
' on occasion the rejected .SR-225 at about 10:30: among the six or seven highestcounties
1 ti3da.ni.: shift also switches Lawtey swine operation-near Brooker. 3-J, with Gasklns, Parrish and labout miles Seemly In the atate.
35 hour Douglaa'icompared
t At CaurttrauseI Elementary Principal Jim Duncan to .Francis asked for the transfer to Parmenter dissenting. per i
from out of nowhere a black the local effort here to
I : cow a
the of Bradford Brooker
principalship High, Elementary Supt. Casey Francis filed suit after the first south Florida i
Francis and BHS assistant (Walked onto the road, right In the path large county which Is '
! replacing said.Francis
was principal the high rejectionAfter the second Supt '
CharI. iof Upchurch'car. Upchurch was un assessing property at about 67 :
ini Hall to the percent
mm'uuUg principal school for six years, 1970-73 and 77-78- Casey filed suit In circuit
:. ; principalship at LE. himself ,able to stop, and he struck the cow. showing that county can Leyeight
etat, dank Left! for present 'fa'1 Hall' During 1978-77 Francis worked a* r COUrt. ''The cow seemed to be none the worM mill but atlll put forth, ''I
open curriculum director '
appointive edge Wayne Carlisle upheld
(for wear, a* it got up and left the comparatively lower local effort.
former assistant principal's Job at
it 'Aa"';"' .MM' r.dUTeSmAMar Supt Richard JockeL {l'casey appointment' of Francis, and scene, apparently uninjuredUpchurcb's Board members say the 94 percent'
BHS. Supt. Casey In'April recommended Transfer of Francis Brooker endsnearly
to overruled the school board.According
... car received $300 assessment show this county-;
NO DnMlt lmw .C high cchod teacher coach,
two year of dispute between ,to f1oricta.aw.,) the judge ruled, the
damage from the cow' hit-and-run making a comparatively: greater local
, ( ',,,' -, Mike Sexton for the LE principalahlp. Supt. Tom Casey and three member (See Page 8)) escapade. effort.J .

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Wed Sept. 9 GtaJyt Wool* S.ckIIy CJit.r, .
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Mr. and Mrs. JS. (Sid) Shuford of -
Starke announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their Teresa Shirley And Arnnie Gibson I
daughterDeborah Ann Jessie Olin
Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.O.
Myers, Sr. of Louisville, Term. c. Wed July 8 At Church of God

The wedding will take place on
Saturday: Sept. V, at a p.m. In the! Teresa DarteneSHIrleYi daughter of carried a cascade bouquet of white
t ,r<' First Baptist Church, Starke. Mr and of Starke daisies, miniature carnations and
Miss Shut ord graduated from Bradford and Amide Rynla Gibson of PatrickAir mums in shades of green, blue pinkand
High School and Lake City 1 Force Base, Cocoa Beach, Fla., yellow with baby's breathami
Community College Nursing son of Mrs. Fay Purvis of Starke lllyof-the'vaU Able to a white
Program. She is employed at were united In marriage Saturday, lace covered She also wore
Jacksonville Children's Hospital. July 8, at 4 p.m. at the Starke Church Ivory rose bud earrings
Mr. Myers graduated from Mary of God. A reception was held in the, church
1f \, ville High School and Is attached to Brother Gary Wheeler of Jackson- Fellowship Hall where palms and
a e the U.S. Army, Huntsville, Ala. at ville performed the nuptials. yucca trees graced points of Interest.
Debbie Shuford Redstone Arsenal.All Centering the altar was an arch and Greeting guests at the door were
friends and relatives are invitedto two baskets of white daisies and Mrs. Charles Schmitt and Keith
attend the wedding and reception.LtiJlMlossserJIDasaa carnations blue, pink, yellow and Reddish directors. Standing in the
Eastern Star ,:"t ii and baby's breath. receiving line were the bride and
Flanking this were two spiral candelabras groom parents and attendants.The .
SupperJuly22 H : and palms. The choir rail was bride's, table was covered with
Mrs. H.G. Bellinger, Mrs. Callie covered with greenery with palms in a white 'lace cloth: over green liner
Starke chapter No. 224 Order of the Edmonds and Mrs. George Canova the background The kneeling: bench centered with a three tiered wedding
Easier i Star,will have covered dish and daughter, Cindy, are touring the B was covered in gold and white. Pew cake with colums and decorated with
upper Saturday. July 22 at 7 p,m. In west Including Albuquerque.. N.M. bows were made of matching fabric daisies. The cake was topped with a
the Masonic Hall. and Grand Canyon out to Pasadena from the attendants dresses in pink HoUy Hobby boy and girl. Flankingthe
Calif. to visit Mrs. Bellinger's son-Itr blue, green and yellow. cake were two five-branch silver
All Masons and their families are law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Three children carried In three candelabra with burning yellow,
Invited to attend. William Breland from July 13 to 23. rw candles with yellow bows and lit green, pink, blue and white tapers
them. Chip Dampier representing the Silver compotes held nuts and mints
it bride, Gina Gibson representing the The bride's bouquet, also was placedon
groom.They lit the one candle held by the table. Cutting the cake were
UGJI3 E t J U .1fGJI] LoChanda Dampier, Jacksonville, Jeannie Dampier, Jacksonville and
*4---, niece of the bride. The two girls were Reba McDonald, Lake Park, Ga..
138 East Call Si Starkes Own Bakery 964-5390 dressed In yellow, same as the flower sisters of the bride.
girl's dress,with white daisies In their The punch table was hair and yellow streamers and bow In white lace cloth over yellow liner. The
2 Laver back of the dresses two crystal punch bowls were encircled
$289 Brenda Halgren. pianist Don with greenery and pastel
8" WHITE CAKES With Fruit. !Icings Halgren, soloist and Guy Stalnaker, daisies. Also on the table was a silver
trumpet presented a program of five-branch candelabra with yellow,
J w nuptial music. green, blue, pink and white burning
GLAZED 2 Frank Crews attended as best man. tapers. Karen and Tonda Gibson
DONUTS $15D t,25c ,
a nn ee the
z. ; ; Ushers were Richard Hall, Jackson poured punch.
Prevail. Mike Scott and Rusty The grooms cake table was
f McDonald: ,Lake Park,Ga.,nephew of covered with an Ivory cloth over blue
the bride. liner and centered with a chocolate
Pam Davis of Valdosta, Ga. served two-tiered cake topped with bride
as matron of honor. She wore a light holding the groom's coattail. flanked
blue crepe back satin gown with gored with ball and chain, billy-jack and
SUMMER CLASSES and Mrs. Aranle Gibson skirt, empire waistline, stand up handcuffs. Donna Thornton and
collar with cape and short flared Crystal Thornton cousins of the
ADULT BASIC ART CLASS Sec. KLPOA Members Enjoy Group's First Social sleeves of coordinated sheer daisy groom and Gail Rhoden cut the cake.
DESIGN & WATER COLORS print material. There was a matching The children's punch table was
Ninety members and guests of the quorum from 30 per cent to 15 per cent flower made of the sheer material on covered with an ivory lace cloth over
Thursday, July J.Q 7.9 P.M.CHILDREN'S Kingsley Lake Property Owners of membership; and another to waive the back of the dress. She wore a blue pink liner and centered with a crystal
Association gathered Friday night the requirement for an annual CPA hat with sheer matching bow. She punch bowl encircled with greeneryand
ART CLASSES July 14, at the home of Milton and audit. carried a nosegay of white daisies, pastel daisies. Pam Stalnakerand
BASIC DRAWING WATER COLORS Edna Moise for a covered dish supper The association now has 80 member miniature carnations and mums in Gail Young of Howell Ga., cousinof
22REGISTER the new organization's first l10Ci i families, representing over SO per shades of green pink, blue and the bride, presided at the punch
Starting Saturday July event. cent of the total number of property yellow, and baby's breath., with blue bowl. Each of the above tables held
NOW. CLASSES LIMITED Among the guests were Clay County owners on the lake. streamers. the attendants bouquets.
I I Sheriff Jennings Murrhee and wife; Attendants were Ree Chesnutt, During the wedding the bride
i I > MACRAME' CLASSES and Clay County Commissioners The association received its charter maid of honor, from Rogersville handed her mother a red rose upon
I : I Tues A Wed Evenings Wayne Spivey and Hank Bruning, and last spring and was organized to Tenn. cousin of the bride; Cindy entering the church and a red rose to
", I J; BY their wives. Commissioner, Lee work for the betterment of the lake In Dampier maid of honor, from the groom's mother upon leaving the
:, Cb Drawdy was unable to attend because matters of zoning sanitation Jacksonville,niece of the bride; Janet church.
MAKE YOUR of illness in his family. protection of water quality elimination Montgomery, Dawn Coody of Tina Gibson sister of the groom,
.;. ', XMAS GIFTS NOW X' '6T" Association President Gerald D. of boating violations (noise and Valdosta,Ga.,cousin of the bride, and kept the bride's book at a table
'l'1' Moran welcomed the members and speed), fire protection and other Melody Dampier of Jacksonville, covered with white lace cloth over
"I\l' guests, which he termed "a great pertinent matters. junior bridesmaid niece of the bride. green and held baby pictures of the
.1 ISO W. Call St. 864-7792 Starke turnout" and received affirmative Moran said a business meeting will They were attired similar to the honor bride and groom, memory candle
action on two changes In by-laws, one be held In August, at a date to be announced attendant with one in blue, two In book and feather Den.
to reduce the requirements for a later. pink, and two in green dresses with Passing out rice bags in shades of I
-- - .. matching, Jiats-iTlieyi'carried noses", pink, yellow, blue, and green setting,' rand :4
gays the same as the honor attendant ribbon were Chip) Dampier ofr.JackeonvillLjNephgw :
( t T' !" z I".o'J"1.-: .f,t1 C,7 rr., I Pittbtfata I exeeptrwitkatreamers U/nrwileli/) adr/, ;: M>(I ttZ bntt.M. .
dr@- .... Gina Gibson, sister of the groom and
Y Brand! Young of Howell Ga., Beth Chesnutt of Rogersville, Tenn.,
cousin of the bride was flower girl cousin. of the bride.
and wore a yellow dress same as the Following a wedding trip to central
attendants, with ruffled bottom and Florida and Disney World the coupleis
white daisy In her hair. She carried a residing at Cocoa. Fla.
lace basket with yellow streamers The bride is a 1978 honor graduateof
i and butterflies. Bradford High School.
Dale McDonald of Lake Park Ga., The groom is a 1977 graduate of
nephew of the bride, was ring bearer Bradford High School and entered the
and carried a lace pillow with mock Air Force on Nov. 1977, stationed at
1.511w rings and white streamers holding Patrick Air Force Base at Cocoa
/ I lilyofthevalley.Given Beach.
In marriage by her father the
bride wore an organza fabric gown
I with pinafore apron effect at the Wedding Couple
,. We Must Reduce Inventory To Make Room bodice with high neck and brussels
;, .. lace cameo medallion 'at neckline Honored AtRehearsal
'! decorated with seeded pearls.The full
n; For New Carpet Arriving Daily sleeves had high cuffs with cloney DinnerMr.
II' lace trim. The cathedral length trainof
e organza had ruffles of cloney lace and Mrs. Tommy Purvis enter
trim with flounce at the front of the tained at a dinner party Friday night..
: : Surobot skirt. Her Juliet cap decorated with July 7,at the Holiday Inn for their son.
fT' ? Bigelow appliqued daisies and seeded pearls Arnnie Gibson, and fiancee Darlene
secured her floor length veil. She Shirley
ira following the couple'swedding

; tftfA? Dense Nylon Seated rehearsal.at the head table were the

I honored couple, and parents Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Shirley and Mr. and Mrs.

: *9 Wt\>".1 ,1"'<**".. Tommy centered with Purvis.antique The crystal table candel-was

-I //* 1)) abras with tear drops and white
Shag Sq.-td. $499 candles with an arrangement of
carnations and mums in pastel
SOT shades daisies and palm fern leaves.
Attending was the wedding party,
7? the groom's grandmother, Mrs.
A Seulah Conners, wedding directors,
Bigelow Mrs. Charles Schmitt and Keith
Ask Reddish groom's sisters Tina and
'" Gina Gibson bride's sisters and hus
bands, Mr. and Mrs. Russell!
Charley c, McDonald Lake Park, Ga., and Mr.
7-n xvJohns and Mrs. Maitland Dampier of
Jacksonville, flower girl's parents,
'Oi' +: cousins: of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.
> Rodney Young of Howell, Ga. and
Reg. '9" Yd. Mrs.. Eva Mae Willis of SUtenville.
Cfxi\r p Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Chesnutt of Rogersville. Tenn.
The bride and
groom presented
wm About This Question: gifts to their attendants during the
sa SiLltfSg The rapid increase in

robbery end theft -1' 1'1' > m __

m make me worried Mrs. R: S. Mullins and daughter,
about my stamp and Patty, and mother.Mrs. L.T. Izler returned -
coin collection. My Saturday from two weeks tour

12' No Wax Remnants :.i' ,Monticello Homeowner PolleydoeaD't of France. Italy, Germany and
Switzerland.Mrs. .
begin to cover
I ''By Burlington the values. Can the Jackie
Gongoleum Johns and children of
; Charley R. Johns. Macclenny: have moved to 315 N.
50 60 Oc Agency supply 'all risk' Walnut street, Starke.
For Easy Installation Shooting Star insurance to cover the

full value of these rare
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Sq. Yd. Reg. '10Tmmt $719 PmbUshed every Thursday
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--J People You Know 1.11 1-1' 114' llil' JolJJ ,)' -NJ r tP
Teresa Hilliard &William Faulkner Miss Marlane/ Collins/// "
Wed And Johnny G. Nefea j {'Wr. and Mrs. JH. McClane and Mr. and Mrs. Olin White visited Mr. Hev and Mrs. George Harper werein
June Church
16 at Pine Valley 1 !. \ Mn.Betty AM Phillips returned last and Mrs Robert BarkxdaU in Bedford. Va last week vfeiting
KH CeremonyMiss Thursday from 10 **fm vacation in Humboldt, Tenn. Thursday to their son-in-law. and daughter, Mr
announce. Tommy L. Milliard "nj'jnd North Carolina. They also Monday. The Barksdales returned and Mrs. Rick White. 1 \ .
Sr the marriage of their ? the Highland Games on with the Whites and are visiting Mrs. \
daughter' Teresa Lynn to WIlliam Mr. and Marian Mrs. Collins Clinton, daughter Collins of of Grandfather Mountain, N.C. Vergle 8ark ,dale at Hampton ,Lake 'MoreSocJosPg.JSpecial / f r'

Jj fPj.P. J Faulkner Jr. ,of Sr.Mr., all and of Keystone Heights, and Johnny Glen .:i1.:: ; -,- -...._ ----"t"' '!!1""' ..... "- ...",.'i
Starke. Nettles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Nettles of Starkn. Wfll'ft marrlMl'
David Hodges performed till r Saturday. July 8, at 7:so p.m. in theFriendship
nuptials on Friday, .June l., at .p.m if R r Bible Church in Keystone,
In An the arched Pine Valley candelabra C.H. Church. The Rev William Wolfe of
with white officiated the
Keystone during
tapers, entwined with garland of
rites beneath an arch of
smilax was the focal J point on the
altar.On either greenery and yellow roses.Threa
side of the arch were
flanked each Olds
two pronged candelabras
standing baskets with
gladiolus, yellow carnations, pink blue side of the arch, the focal point of the
chrysanthemums and froths ol wedding ceremony
baby's breath. The traditional organ wedding
Organist Eddie Frampton and music ,was offered by the bride's 'Brings You A
soloist Barbara Nonworthy presented brother, Steve Collins. beat"man : i
Serving the bride groom as

Ricky a Faulkner program served of nuptial as best: music man., Groomsmen was his brother.were Rex Donnie Collins Nettles.and Money Saving

Ushers Faulkner.were Greg!!! and Tlmmy Charles Johns. SALE

The bride, appearing In a gown of
Evern Faulkner attended
of honor. She wore a blue satin as matron floor white her organza father.,was given In marriageby On OK cedarsJustTIwALok
length gown with round neckline.
Three satin flowers!!! in her hair held Mr. and Mrs. William Faulkner Her gown featured an Empire
and fitted bodice
styled waistline a I'
her net headdress.She carried an arm baby's breath and white satin featured wedding ring -
picot which a high -- --- i
blue bouquet carnations tied with streamers and love knots. neckline of Venetian lace and long
streamers A reception was held In the Heil- bishop sleeves caught at the wrists In
Keena Hilliard and Rena Brown
bronn Springs Baptist Church Fellowship a wide cuff.
were bridesmaids and wore gowns Hall. Allison Milliard greeted the She wore a fingertip veil of illusion 1978 CHEVROLET CAPRICE "2"
to honor attendant except guests at the door and also kept the which was caught In a Juliet cap of _
Miss Milliard's gown was yellow and bride's book corresponding Venetian lace. She ...,. '
similar Mrs. Brown's arm was pink.. They carried The bride's table was covered witha carried a bouquet of artificial white 4 Dr. Classic All Kinds Of Goodies Including, ".
lace cloth and centered with three
a roses centered by one yellow rose.
Hilliard was flower girl and tiered wedding cake decorated with Attending the bride as her maid of Power Windows Less Than 10,000 Miles
wore a lavender satin gown and head- pastel colors of green, pink, yellow honor, dressed in a print gown of ,
dress trimmed In lace. She carried a blue and white florets and topped witha aqua.blue dotted swiss was LuanneBeat $6495 -
white wicker basket with delicate ::
bride and groom. The cake was en- Her gown featured a aquareneckllnei
,pink satin bows. circled with the same florets Delilah complimented by a narrow =___=
Todd Hilliard attended as ring Loadholtz cut the cake lace. '
bearer wearing a black tuxedo withan The punch table was covered with a Terri Aljets,dressed in an identical 1978 OLDS DELTA 88 ROYAL4Dr. : ,
Ivory shirt.The lace cloth and centered with a crystal gown,served as the bridesmaid.They
bride, given in marriage by her punch bowl encircled with blue, pink, each wore wide brimmed picture Fire Thorn Red Paint With Valore j
father wore a white, long satin gownfeaturing and yellow carnations. hats, trimmed In corresponding J r
a V-neckline of lace and 'Theresa Sellers and Agnes Hllllard colored ribbons. Interior
Power Windows & All Only 9,400 Miles
sheer long sleeves with tight lace assisted In serving. Miss Kim Nettles, wearing 'a long ,
cuffs. Her lace and satin tight fitting The couple is West
residing on gown of white dotted Swiss which
cap secured her floor length veil of Morgan Road In Starke featured ,tiers of ruffles, was the 6895 ,
illusion. She carried a cascading The bride will be a 1979 graduate of flower girl and she carried a white "
bouquet of miniature varigated pink Bradford High School. basket of blue petals. ,I
carnations' and statice Interspersedwith The groom works for Lewis TimberCo. Following the .ceremony, a
gypsophilia, wedding lace, reception was held In the church 1978 CHEVROLET IMPALA

", annex.
,.",I Jane Stanwix-Hay tiered The bride's wedding table cake featured divided a three by 9 Pass. Wagon Clean Like A New One, Only .

lt. Celebrates 4th columns.Icing trim It and was yellow decorated rosebuds with blue and 8000 Miles With Light Blue Paint. You'Can Own ,

BirthdayJuly, 15 under featured a heart a bride shaped and groom arch. figurine This Wagon For: Less Than A New Malibu Wagon. ,e

Jane Stanwix-Hay celebrated her Directing the reception was Eva .':
fourth birthday Saturday, July 15, Kuykendall, and assisting were 6695 .
with a swim and lunch party given by Peggy Stovall Terri Patterson,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Cecelia Bradies, Virginia Collins,
Stanwix-Hay, at their Sliver Lake Linda Richardson and Lynn Collins. :.
home. Following a short wedding trip to 1977 CHEVROLET NOVA
Before and after lunch swimming Ocala the couple are making their

was enjoyed by the 20 friends at- home in Starke. of the 2 Dr. Sedan 6 Cyl Engine With Auto Trans And Ac
tending between the hours 11 a.m.and The bride Is a 1977 graduate

3 p Ballerinas,m. decorated Jane's Keystone presently Heights employed High at Andrews School and Drug is Only 1,4000 One Owner Miles. Super Nice Nova

Peggy lI.rrllM.rk beautiful pink and white cake, which Store In Keystone.The .
AduklewiciPeggy.Hards"'IJ' the children enjoyed with strawberry bride groom attended Bradford Only $3995NBffis
.Ice cream following the weiner roast. High School and is presently ,
Helping Jane celebrate were Pam employed with Longchamp Construction -
Cogjoany.of Stack....._ ._... .. '
"'? I Morgan. .Mlcftael.McKinney,: '
l'l I"'I I 11'' f' 't' 'l" -.1' .. and Bart Neighbor!Danielle Smith, '. ... : 'ET ISS. t
a ; l4 J'iC" :: :
-M Ad"'K"WtC. ,I""w+rr"w" III'LyWJoI'Wtan.---.nr.e..t.."Mfs'; LafraCdrbv .!'.Mf' ,, } ., I
'if'( ) ." 1
I ( cPherson, Tim and Amy Lewis, .fir + ,1"P' ?E, ,'"' +
25 PaInt WIth Rack'On Top. Loca'iOn "
To August Vanessa and Chris Powell. Brian And Joey Howell ,
Dobbins, Joy Vellenga, Jonathan, ''
Miss Peggy Patricia Harris, Aimee and Julie Ferguson, Jason Wed July 17 in Jax. Owner Wagon Save A Bundle Here. $2795r'
daughter of Mrs. Fay Nagle of Daven- Jennifer and Jody Brown, and Jane'sbrother
port. Iowa and the late Edgar HarrisIs John.Chaperoning. I '
engaged to Mark W. Adukiewicz, were Ruth of Mr.
Miss Lana Corban, daughter
and Brown .
,Marvin Judy ,
Shanbarger '
son of Mr and Mrs. Sam Adukiewiczof and Mrs Robert L. Corban of
McKinney, Janet Neighbors;
Keystone Heights. Vicky Howell, son of
Jacksonville, and Joey
Miss Harris is a graduate of Marilyn Vellenga, Mary Agnes Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. Mattox of ,, 1976 TOYOTA PICKUP
Ferguson. Mary Ann Williams, Diana
Assumption High School in united in marriage .
Starke, were
Davenport 1978 graduate, la. of Mr.Keystone Adukiewicz Heights Is a Dobbins McPherson, Mr.Mickv and Mrs.Powell Dan Smith Becky, Monday House July by 17,Judge at the Louis JacksonvilleCourt Corbin With Bucket Seats And Sport Stripe Clean
Beverly Morgan and Jane's mother,
High School. He is employed by
who Is blind.
American Building Products, Inc. of Peg Stanwix-Hay. The couple is residing at Heilbronn Little Worker Only $3295
Orlando.An Springs.
August 25 wedding Is planned for Frank C. Clark Mr. Howell employed at Gillman
7 p.m. in the St. Anthony I Catholic Paper Co. in Maxvllle.
Church. Davenport, Iowa.. The Honored Dixie
reception will follow at the K of C ClubHouse 1976 CHEVROLET TON PICKUP

couple In Davenport.The will return. to Florida Boys Sunday NightFrank FU QUAY'S

and reside at 1428 C, Ash Circle, Professional Wheel Base Medium Tan Paint With .
Casselberry, Fla. C. Clark of Hampton one of
the three coaches for the Dixie Boys Carpet Cleaning Sport Wheels P/S P/B 350 V8 &
age 13 and 14 all star baseball team, Shampooing Or
Tammy Lynn Kelley, celebrated his 72nd birthday Sunday Steam Cleaning A/C Real Nice $3495 .
night at a surprise party at
David Baldree McDonald's, Starke after the Orange Striping & Waxing
Park baseball game, given by the 16 Tile Floors
teammates.The 1974 CHEVROLET BLAZER
ToWedJuly21 approximately 50 attending and 864-8596 Starke
helping to celebrate the occasion were
Mr.Tammy and Mrs.Lynn Morris Kelley,C.daughter Kelley of of the team and their parents. FreeEstimates 4 Wheel"Drive Maroon Paint With P/S P/B

Lawtey. and David S. Baldree, son of Auto Trans. A/C. This Is A Real Steal At Only
Mr. and Mrs. C.A..Baldree of ,
will be united ,in marriage Friday ,
July 21.. at 7-30: p.m. in Northslde fI@SSer'FersusonSUllllller' Firm. $3450
Baptist Church with a reception t'I
following in the church Fellowship #

Hall. Our Annual. if End
No invitations are being sent but all ;
friends and relatives are Invited to Stampede Sale!
attend. I "Off Lease Cars"

Cribbs ,.. 7.Clds-Ch.vys.Pontiac.&BuiclB _,

Leslie Carlton .jp'i" -y-' 1. Cars nt Drastic: Discounts.Let ,

ToWedAugust4 ,

BUSH HOG TYPE Us Know What You Want And We Will Gin It All We Have To Find It For,You. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Cribbs. Sr. MOWERS FOR ALL TRACTORS i

request the marriage the honor of their of your daughter presence,Joan at 4 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER $375. r J.R. Jim Lawson For A ,

Marie Cribbs, to Leslie Durant 5 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER $390. =
Carlton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 4 FT PULL TYPE MOWERS $525. SEE Eston Jordan REAL .
Carlton of Starke, on Friday Augusta 4 FT MOWER FOR CUB TRACTORS $425.
ate p.m. In the Trinity Baptist 6 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER $630. Doyle Griffis DEAL !
Church.: Silver Lake are Palatka.Friend. 7 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER '$843. !
invited to I
and relatives 5 FT 3-PT HD. GEAR BOX MOWER $525. !
attend. 6 FT 3-PT REAR BLADE $145.
Mrs. Paul Wheeler I "

Honored? Don't make m deal' .

W.'.,. got other bargain' machine. In lock, until you s.c us.
Bl :thday Dinner at price you'll find hard to bell.... Com
all.come.AVE') '
Mrs. Paul Wheeler was pleasantly Truck Load Ol Sato lor Ue In Ford MF- Flexible financing
surprised at a birthday dinner given Deer*-Internal'I.-O1hr* with. payment plan
for her Monday,July 10. by Mr. and to suit you. ,
Mrs. Glen Hicks at their home on W. ,. !
Call street. = U3 J01 WORTH molls 96ltt 7500 ,
The buffet table was coverd with a J COME ON OVER

white lace cloth over a yellow liner .r_ SUPERIOR TRACTOR COMPANY' Ml= STARKE FLORIDA ;
and centered with a summer arrangement ,
of silk flowers. I 1353 west Beaver Street :.
Twenty five guests helped Mrs. ,Jacksonville.Florida.
Wheeler in celebrating the occasion. ws (904)7S1-M11, .
HOURS a A Hf.M. -> -.- 'I
/More Socials Pg.; 14 .

y I'July
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... TELEGRAPH J",., 117. Bradford Dev 'opmentAuthoritY Views Plans -


Plant .
forSolarEnergy;:, Collector -- --------""


Members of a revitalized Bradford didn't come to U8-we went to them

County Development Authority lint" Gaines ...IdWe'll .
showed Interest at a Tuesdaf meeting, In the plans of U.ShSoIar get financing aomnher.f
even if you can't help us; SavUl
Corporation a.presented by Philip A.Savl(1 .
( director of operations, and commented.

Webb W. Farber designer The original solar units planned by wl ,

The Ilampton-based corporation USSC will be for water beating only,
much farther In
will manufacture flat plat* solar heat with air conditioning
collectors for national dlitrtbution ifnecessary the future. Savill said the cost of converting
and an existing tank from electric
rooming financing Is
heat would be about 1750. The
available SaviU said they would like to solar
.... to be In operation by September 1 witha cost if necessary to change taw.would ,
minimum of 16 employees to start be approximately $1,350. After
the Initial layout cost of operating a
A National with. ftf solar water neater would be about$1

DisgraceAre Guy Andrews chairman of 'the per month. Farber said.

recently reorganized BCDA, asked a 0
Is the of Dr.
The young designer son 5
number of probing, questions and
we becoming a nation of they will not be apprehended and wound up saying "I think It's great Eric Farber.and Research director Center of the at Solar the
I'd like to have some itock," ,"rl Energy
thieves? punished. University of Florida, who has no ,, wL
connection with USSC except in an advisory r
If figures don't lie then Also a factor is the bad Stock will not be available now, capacity, SaviU said. !
that is being set by however. Savill pointed out since a
apparently we are well on the example three-year operational track record Farber (the son) worked with the
way unless means are found to business itself with instances of must be established before "going Energy Design Association of Gainesville .

stem the tide of employee dishonesty inflated expense accounts, public." as co-designer of the flat plate

." that is costing U.S. dummy invoices for goods and tiquld solar panel that U now the No.1

businesses more than services never delivered In fact, the new corporation, may design in use In Florida and among
nv.ln the U.S. Savill said. He
kickbacks and payoffs not need financial help from BCU/V/ u the top
400000.000 week bribery that
a an its pending application for expressed belief USSC would

estimated total of $18 billion for given for obtaining contracts: or financing through the Small have the edge on Its competitors be-

the year 1977. selling goods and wholesale Business Administration Is approved cause of the greater pane and x
conversion of company funds to efficiency of Its collector

If the present trend continuesit personal use just a few of the top "It would be nice to know however The new corporation would need to

is estimated that this "knock echelon malpractices that are that you might help us later if it turns produce collectors per month for a '

down" figure will reach the setting a bad example and undermining out we need your backing." Savill profitable operation, SaviU said. The awe

staggering total of $1 billion per the morals of employees. old He added that he and his partners plant would be designed to turn out
Farber and Irwin W Blacker a
one collector minute he added.A
week by 1983 and the price,of Gainesville CPA. will need an addi- per ?, ,,

American goods could increaseby According to the Managerial tional 5,000 square foot building on model of the USSC panel Is now r

some $50 to $60 billion annually Safeguards study, these are some their property located on SK-32S undergoing tests in Phoenix Arizona,
just to cover employee thefts. of the south of Hampton. This could be of Savill said, as well as at the University .
additional of reasons for employee shed-type construction, however, and of Florida. Test results will be Philip Savill and Webb Farber display model of solar energy collector they
This cost course dishonesty: could be erected for a moderate cost submitted toSBA as a prerequisite for plan to manufactore at Hampton site '
will ultimately be paid by of from $18,000 to $35,000, dependingon obtaining loan approval he added.
who A much larger sum, around
consumers are already design.
reeling under the burden of Stealing makes the thief an 180000. will be needed for working Application was made by Savill at
accepted member of the "in" capital, Inventory and equipment. the last County Zoning Board meetingfor
spiralling inflation. group. Savill said, and this! is the amount reclassification of two acres of Griffis Leads
being sought from&BA. any help is his property below Hampton from County Agentsn
The deplorable decline in moral needed from BCDA, it will be for con- Exclusive Agriculture to Manufac-
values now threatening to engulf -If the boss is devious and sly, struction, he added. turing. A public hearing on the Listings In 1978 ;f) Notebook,

the nation became evident whena stealing from him puts the petition will be held at the regular
the boss's level. zoning board meeting on July 25.
University of Cincinnati employee on L.M. Gaines, one of several new DirectoryContrary I EsyBobby

100 members of the board emphasizedthat In addition Andrews, Gaines, and
professor recently surveyed Stealing is a way of gettingeven he and another member Jesse Wolbert BCDA members attending TaylorPhone
of retail store and to belief. 'Jones
employees a
when the has Wolbert Invited Savill and Webb to Tuesday's meeting were Gus
found that 84 of them indicated employee present their plans to BCDA. "They Kopelousoa and James Waters isn't even close to being the most :iNI t.fl2HII IItIl'IIIII01l21":
been embarrassed or demeanedby popular name In Bradford County
they felt no guilt in taking things boss.Stealing
the .
from the store without payment. The Griffis clan with 68 listings In

FORESTRY the 1978 Starke-Lawtey-Kingsley Several insects and related pestsare
This disturbing moral decay is from the company is Lake telephone directory, wins the common In lawns in our area this
regarded as "compensation" for numerical sweepstakes handsdown, time of .
due in part to television and the Hank CochranThe followed Smith and Williams tied
failure to obtain a promotion or 1| IN BRADFORD COUNTY By by
movies that have portrayed bank I with 43 listings each. bugs spittlebugs and
merit raise.
robbers and other criminals
in bermudagrass mites suck plant
romantic roles picturing them as I Two other well-known names In this juices, Some such as mole crickets

clever and lovable people who -Stealing is a safe and easy World Of Paper area Norman and Brown, are tied for white grubs and billbugs live in the
third with 37 each.
place listings
soil. und damage the
what roots.
steal from unpopular bosses and way to get you want plant
the dumb because nobody cares anyway. With 10,000 types of paper Paper productS' have enJoyed I Starling and Thomas are tied for Others including sob.weormIJ and
outsmart while
cops and uses numbering over a large boost since the fourth place with 31 each. army worms eat the grass leaves. To
leading a life of glamourous ease. It is evident mid tfioo's. Imagine. following these groups can be added other
100,000, clearly
i k These factors and others, have' without paper manyrof our 1 ,"v the Civil War only zooo cords ''Others with 20 or'more listings are: insects and related pt'lft,11., \uvh\ us
According to research caused the problem to get so far ,' modem convenience would of wood were utilized for i Fleas earwigs.\ l1ulb ''dt's, ,.(.hinders.jWwliUBS .
conducted by a New York out of hand that the only way to not be In existence. paper production: Today "Green/ (Irtcludlnrf'five' ftreenwyts; w and ,Jlvt.m muymbecomenuisances fawf"* "
security firm called Management change the trend is the"recriminalization" nearly 80 million cords of Crawford 28, Johnson 24. Carter 23, damage the lawn but .
We receive bills written on wood are used to manufacture' Jackson 21, and Johns 20. because of their piling I (
Safeguards Inc., business and of employee paper, read news typed on paper. The average Americanuses people or crawling into houses

worker morality in the U.S. has dishonesty. The process will be paper buy food items over (Boa pounds of papera In the high teens are: Snpp 19, Jones garages, swimming pools. etc.

fallen so low that Americans are reversed only when employee wrapped in paper, eat off of year, and the demand Is and Alvarez tied at 18 al. and the

becoming "a nation of thieves," dishonesty is again paper use paper for roofing, steadily increasing Edwards clan scored 17 Insects are only one of the many
and olf-color
special occasion cards causes of the thinning out or
and unless the decline in businessand prosecutedand when toiletries. How many uses of Approximately 97 per cent 1I1.'UIIII grass Diseases! nematodes! ,

white collar crime is halted punishment for criminality paper can you Identify of this country's paper comes \\'ulh'I'lmd. nutritional disordersare
"our civilization will be becomes swift and sure. The cost from wood. Max' straw, and 1I'lul'nt I | l responsible lor such

destro }d." to do this may be great but the How did our present paper rags are used for limited VETERANS'AFFAIRSby injury It Is important. lo be sure ol l the
develop? purposes Almost any tree cause so) the proper trt'lItn1t'nt'UII In'
of dishonesty
cost mounting employee species is suitable for paper. William S. Ham used prompt! lo correct 1 the trouble'
Another factor in the increaseof Thousands of years ago,
is greater than almost needed Among our southern forests, Service Officer without the needless uaMf of pest i
employee dishonesty is that any amount that might be spenton men material and women to write their a pine and oak are most cites and without further damage to

too many employers turn a blind the effective criminal justice messages on. Clay metal, prevalent. the gl"liMII1..ll': crickets live in the

eye and a deaf ear to such necessary to combat it. leaves animal skins, and When a tree is brought into Bringing space age technology to soil and teed on' grass roots The I
practices rather than spendingthe stones were in common usage, the mill, it is reduced to tiny bear on the problems of disabled adults are bout Its inches long! and
light brow n in color The Iron! legs are
time and money to take such It will also require Feater but these cumbersome materials and were did fibers by' one of three pro- veterans Is the mission of Research a new Heha-and short. and stout and well adapted/ for
heavy, bilitatlve Engineering
fesses. The fibers are
matters to court. This lack of and the'noil.
cooperation tUl1Ilt'hnl1lhl'"uloIh
aggressiveness not preserve. Consequently, blenched,mxl washed I hen Development Center at the Veterans
cooperation on the part of nn the part of business management the initiative to discover a hurried along lo the beater Administration (tVAI Hospital. Palo

employers makes it impossiblefor as well as a higher suitable substance was which split them him increasing Alto, California The center is the Tin eggs/ me laid in the spring,
generated its second of its I type to be established b several inches' In-low UK soil surface.The .
the legal system to cope with standard of business ethics. A binding ability. >
VA Administrator Max rielaml. In iiviTiphs hatch in approximate!
the problem and tb'-, in turn dishonest boss is in a poor In 105! AD, a young .' July, i977.Clelundunnxuicedthe'!) first l two weeks, mid look like tin adult
The of pulp is then
encourages further dishonesty on position to catch and punish a '':hll1i1fOiJ loos the inner muss wire screen Forming such center at the limes VA Hospital except they are smaller and lack Full
the part of employees who feel dishonest employee. bark from 11 mulberry tree placed a on u sheet. As thin pulp in Chicago The I'nlJ Alto centerill developed wings. The nvrnphsdevelop
( pulp
pounded and washed It When shet'l pressed water is work closely: with the Stanford throughout. / the summer and
the wood pulp dried our first IH out ami the pulp Is University School of Medicine and tail 'I lie 1..II..wln"I'I'inlt./ lheare
real paper was created. It dried.squeezed| : II Is then till printed Stanford School of ("Engineering.: ( mature, and ready to lay eggs! 'I'hereis :

. Most Costly DisasterFlash look many hundreds of years and pock+lgtd for u multiplicity l- only one ccncrlition. per" jear
for this secret to make i ill., of UHCS. Staffing at the venterill build
outside the walls of C'hm.i, .
slowly from Its present level of onh Adult mole crickets are "reudirattr.ittod >'
four to :ltl-fuIHlml' employees In
reach $3.5 billion the in the have lakes brief look lu lights especially' in the
floods have become the by year Improvements papermaking Wo u Fiscal Year I'WI.! These are in addition -
if trends continue. process were into the history of paper and spring during their fiat big/ ,Mights.
Number One natural disaster 2000 present to six prc-d.K-tornl engineering( .
:Most/ ol'thtir life however, Is spent In
iixtoumlinK during the Win how wixxl is converted into
inflicting damage and Chief among these dangerous Fellows from Stanford who are already the soil ol
property and rilh centuries. A Krcn- finished paper producls l-'or Ihll'illjol't'lmIIC( drought!! or
loss of life on Americans trends is the construction of chmnn Invented the first Ihoxc seeking additional Informal collaborating with VA cold weather, the.v burrow deeper

greatly exceeding the damage homes and businesses in flood. paper machine about 1 DUN, ,. ion. conlacl your personnel of biomctiical< .patients engineering in the develop.ment pro-- until favorable temperatures! IIndl1IU"4IUI'

brought by hurricanes or prone areas where the danger is and the Kourdrinier brothers county forester Ho has jects. (' are ranched.Merle '

tornadoes.But not fully realized either by improved the first paper availublc free for use, filmson a
nuichino to produce u continuous this fascinating subject. crickets most active al
I developers or residents. Roth the Palo Alto and (he limes
,according to the American roll. centers will bring I together medical night cspeclall alter .1 rain or irrigation '
and engineering( expertise toward the and when the temperature is
Meteorological Society this need -
of this have been
Instances solution of problems caused l b>' above. Tit decreeshen/ (condition
not be the case. Property evident in Bradford and other amputations, spinal cord injuries and such as these exist They will come lo

development in flood prone areas neighboring counties in recent = other severe physical handicap, "VA the surface and make burrows in the
and other careless human actions years. Every available means LETTERS TO* THE EDITOR... research has all-cuds made important upper nub' or two of soil Damage
contributions to the of primarilv. through feeding on the
have greatly magnified the development
should be used by county and city
prosthetic and ortholic equipment.' roots, hut heir I burrowing loosenhe(
of flash
damage floods which zoning boards to discourage WIIAT IS aids for the blind and mol>ilit>' devises. soil causing the grass in dr.v out and
could be greatly minimized with prospective residents from KNVIKONMKNTTl : : The Iwo new coolers will speed "IIIt'IIII1t'! $ become complete! upronletl. -
necessary caution. building or buying; in such areas the application of advanced teclv ?" nicandermn burrims of
KditoriThe : mole crickets about < .
noli>t(> iintl engineering to problems are j I" in
otherwise they will sooner or Freaks have given our
The society notes that the The ecology faced bI. I he medical, clinicians in the diameter Pod easilv seen In l>ortmou
later be in trouble, and will turn bureaucrats and leaders In socialist-minded politicians the field." n !grass or new I iplanletl. areas.
overage death toll from floods to the city state or county for Washington keep telling us how excuse to take complete charge of ourt'I1vironmt'nl.
doubled in concerned What is environment
a decade and they are about
help to "bail them out" of their unemployment and about their and air. What else Is mole crickets
property damage now averages a disliko It'a {land water AIo11/ Ol''r".rll Since have only onegeneration
billion dollars a and could predicament. for poverty and how they are In there Anybody who controls II, per )t'"r'an""'mostiivtnpltM
year sympathy with the poor. Yes. I really controls us. (."', I.11'1'Ilat'x SoonIlighuav hatch dunnu :Mav. i II is
do believe that these politicians hate I'--| ,, Meng
{possible lo !prevent most damageuhhch /
poverty, that's why they assure them- Hampton. Kla. will in occurs later in the year bv
Pftff selves of such high salaries and expense patrolmen gn easy proper H I tin inn of insecticide
&I'"D.-Oltb CbJ accounts. But I rra'kll1lodnwn\ on yeonbslersdriving In
question their SERVICEMANJames without, valid license. but applications. uniyersily
mo-pats u
seriousness about wanting to Zest, results luive been
help the I he should compl with, (the law la In I c''I'rillll'lIt.|
Jobless, the poor, and those In need., BarterI. ) Kill ulil.itnrilltv applvin/!a bait vvlth.i lowx'reentage.
m (he safe side, according lo
.Naval Training ,
tegrap1rO { I' ctive imredicnl. II isverv
First of all If ,officials
they! were sincere ,
would ? James E. Barber, son of Mr. and iniNirlant| Iuat'ply' hails evenlyn
I o of government private enterprise.. get It off would the back Mrs. Charles. D.E, Barber of' tprkt'. Tin new law effective .'"1\ I I.rc I. sued.! surfaces tiails should hein
Incentives for give has enlisted In the U.S. Navy <|iiiresnll nto-pcd operators In h.ivei \ >lietl us d.im.iKC! / appears sharing
'70$ BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER the ridiculous by repealing Seaman-Airman Program and la alUM valid restricted operator regularoprrulir. hula: August, ndSI'plrndx'r., Irrigate
time-' U.S. Naval Training! Center In or. chauffeur's. license. Ixdorr applieiitHtii, inul after apply tog i
Publishers consuming and expensive regulation HM-a>H, l Du sail irrit:,ilo after applying l
that plague every business and Orlando taking part In the Navy .He- -
This means nn oper.tlor' must 11(' at leads
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter .
The medial Program.Seaman
industry. government
through leu'! l 13 yams ,old, the earliest age In
al the Post Office at Starke. Fla, under Act ol March 3. 181;. regulatory agencies such as OSIIA. recruit Barber will then iililain a restricted' license, .
I*:lt. and the EPA. to harassing our attend boot : Is a former Mole. cricket. tots will varhwls
Subscription rate' in trade area *7 per year. *4 six months.. Industrial and agricultural system to employee of Resier's monument <"<>. A |"''''''. umlemiie/ must have hill amixi"<.. of relive iiiKrtt1ienls tf

Outside trade area '8 Per year; *4H Six Months the breaking point The private' and Is married with one child. ..r her {pamil'H C"IIIMe'nt11111! proof' of |111)gun'. lIurltl...... Mnl.ilhion. "rToiaptniu
UmlncHa and Industrial sector of. Barberwas enllstad by petty officer date of bilk IIIM! i Ick'fltily In-fore uIHVIIM are available l Phone 984.0305 51..".. Florida Amerlrn can and will provide jobs If Ron Mllier who U Bradford Square *will IN issued. accorilnu* lo 11M' |IA' Mire hi l follow ultra 'lk,,,,,

Washington will, let It. Monday Mid Thursday afternoons. nip.... ml tin;"1111"lien ii|'pl>inc pe.lki


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.. July*.1178 TELEGRAPH Pixel

Room Rate Increase; Request ; JA Rep. Williams Qualifies. .

For DisU2f5; House Seat
; Approved by Hospital Board F ,

Rep Frank William qualified !Important\ In getting .
thursday July 20. seeking reelection Williams said mat thlne'ri
Between the shrimp cocktail and hospital. Drewa said one rate Increase Dave Shuford was absent due to Ill to the House of Representatives continue to work for n'
the coconut cake Bradford County for everything& .is allowed per ness. Also present were trustees Mrs, District 25 the eat be hag held for the government lax )
Hospital trustees Monday, July 17, year, plus one other Increase In a Lucille Green Curtis Sanders, Joseph past six" years education crime control tri-county serviceto
authorized the management firm to year. He said the increase was needed Stephenson and administrator Tony Williams said that his main f'COnomic.rowth.law reform
ask for an Increase in room rates and because 01 repair expenses at the ose. objective has been service to District senior citizens a practical environ
other charge for the next fiscal year, hospital.At ROM reported recent heavy rains 25 He pledged to continue his effortson mental policy private property right
' Marcus Drewa, president of the last month's meeting Drewa said had caused a new leak in the x-ray behalf of the people of Bradford and Individual citizens' rights,
Jacksonville based Methodist Hospi the 1.115 mill levy from the county section but had been stopped temporarily Clay and St Johns Counties on the Williams served In the U.S. Army
tal Foundation (MHF) said an over should be sufficient to keep the hospital Repair was discussed, but post floor of the House of Representatives, Medical Service Corp. is Past
!fall increase of 8 percent would be in good financial shape for the upcoming poned, until cooler weather when a x in committees he participates in and Commander of American Legion Pout
asked of Blue Cross- Blue Shield (BC- fiscal year with the Increased savings of $3.000 could be made. The tiFrank monitors and In every other possible 56 and Is a Disabled American
I iDS). If approved the new rate for a income from the higher rates. repairs would cost about $12,900 now, manner Williams continued to say Veteran.
'J private room would be$81 rather than"the Last year the county budgeted but$10,000 for the same job in the fall that he looked to our North Florida. Williams is Past President of (the Children t
present $75. A semi-private room about$1 2.99S for the hospital. Drewa said Rose.In future working together with Committee! past President of
would be TO.60 rather than thepresent said the over 20-year-old facility con other business Drewa said a contract great hope and optimism. New the Jaycees Past President of the
$70. A 6.9 percent room rate tinued to lone money in June as was with two radiologists was being challenges of toduy require a broad Bradford County Fair Association
hike was approved and went Into the case in May and April. He said the negotiated. The board also heard an and progressive( outlook and an member of Lawlye Lodge imi. .K &
effect Oct. 1. 1977. books were adjusted to allow $81,059 Internal medical audit was completed overall effort focued on solutions A.M.. Jacksonville ('onsislor\ of the
MHF recently gained approval for bad debts. according to American Medical Association not more taxes more bureaucrats, Scottish Kite Morocco Temple.
from BC-BS for rate increases for Vice-chairman Dan Williams presided standards and hospital care { Williams more useless laws and more Shrlncr. Keystone Eastern !Slur. Kr>,
medical services at the 82bedi over the meeting; chairmanSen. was deemed appropriate. confusion.A stone Heights RotaryClub. non
Clay County kick-off reception for County Chamber of Commerce bradford -
' ?Circuit Court Williams will be held Saturday. July County Chamber of Commerce,
Sen. Firestone Buzzes Area 22, at the home of Kyle Abshire. B60 charter member Volunteer Fire
4 George .Elks Ledge I'IIM
> Plainfield Avenue Orange Park from Department
'I :n;:, At Prison Mon 6-8 p.m. Williams said all Bradford President and Chairman of Board .tfCUBH.
County friend and supporters are Inc.. and has been u little
Ii In State ['II.I tlrcult'('ourt will be traveling to welcome to attend league football and basketball MUII.II.
Campaign for Secretary of FMrlda State Prison this Monday, Williams 35. has received Williams holds honorary memberships
|!July 24, for arraignments of several !numerous awards and special in the North Florida' K.IHH f
VI Ftimates., on various charges. recognition over the years and is a Masters of Orange I'lIrlSIIt"lh
: Secretary of State hopeful Sen. Ev ? srsr. Curtis Foster and Michael Page, recipient of the "Outstanding .Florida. Fox. Hunters ;Association
George Firestone was In Starke and Indicted by a grand jury for first'degree legislator of the Year" Award presented Florida ( .ail Defense Association
j Butler talking with people murder on June 19. will be arraigned by KCDA and the STATE OF and the American Society of Professional
Tuesday and asking "what do you do on the first degree murder FLORIDA Veterans of Foreign Wars Kmergenc> I'luniu-rs..
In Florida after you have visited counts for the stabbing death of Oscar "Distinguished Service Award," Williams nerves as the volunteer
Disney World?" Kcorse Presently serving as Vice Deputy: Director of the !North' Florida
: 47-year-old Democrat from '" James Vann will be arraigned on Chairman of the powerful Finance Civil Defense Area consisting of IH
FMiaml said of his two counts of North Florida counties) lie In the
one main concerns aggravated battery witha and Taxation Committee Williams ? economic development of the ..t deadly weapon against Robert alllO serves as a member of the Corrections Board of Directors and In I'tiblip
state with a need to bring In industry r Sellers and John Davis. Probation and Parole Relations Director of the American
to diversify the economy. Firestone a ,.. Bernard Malone charged with Committee, He also has served as Journal of Twit Urfrnse. the only
millionaire realtor and investor. Introduction of contraband. Vice Chairman of the Retirement national journal of civil ili-fcwc( in ilu
made his rounds in a bright red ...t...:. :,.. possession! of more than five grams of Personnel and Claims Committee. country. Williams IH a member of iln
Da Mon 200Z. cannabis and intent to sell cannabis. Chairman of the Committee on Aging First Baptist Church.
"The economy at too many towns .. Bobby Alvin Kent, charged with a member of the Select Committee on Williams Is engaged In the
like Starke Is dependent on state Introduction of contraband and Military and Veterans Affairs mortgage banking business mill in
payrolls," said Firestone. Ha added possession of less than five grams of Governmental Operations Committee Assistant Vice President of Florida
,.Florida Is too volatile a state in the cannabis. and the Health and Title & Mortgage| Compiinulth
:. 'case of a recession stowing tourism tarry Peoples charged with escape Rehabilitative Services Committee. offices at ITU\: Kingxlc.x .\u'nue.
and sales tax.Firestone from Lawtey Correctional Institute. William said that participating in Orange Park He is married to tin
supports the Florida's A !Morris Patterson, charged with this wide variety of committee former Debra Johns of Stai'ke nail. had
elective cabinet system. He {pledges a ,elr possession of less than five grams of assignments has given him the know. one child. !Marcus IIt'lIl'II second.
strong fight against organized crime. r'' cumiiibis ledge und understanding of State ,grader The VSilli.iniH'funulx "' '10111..* ,
Firestone said young people are _._ _r James Caldwell, charged with government that Is required to be at Cr)slal l.uk<< near K<'>ttuiu"
leaving the state to seek employment. George Firestone, candidate for issuing worthless. check. effective Experience; and know-how Heights. '
He said recently the state missed
getting Michelin Tires, Westclox, and Secretary of State politics Mrs. NtH r fir
.,Miller Brewery llarley as he made the rounds
The 12-year veteran of the Florida Tuesday In the Bradford courthouse. '
legislature said he favors the creation i '
of foreign trade zones which would The :
allow goods tocome Into the state free Firestone said he has been campaigning differencei I
of duty. Foreign manufacturers wouldbe for 18 months and has beenIn .
allowed to come into the state hire 91 counties .
local labor to produce goods. This Firestone said the Secretary of
would put Florida people to work and State is also the chief cultural officer between these
,get a bite of the foreign market he and last year less than 4'" cents per two settings
added. capita was spent on the arts making
Firestone said he has been successful Florida culturally deprived. For
In getting two foreign trade zones every dollar spent on the arts
created by the Florida Legislature generates $7 before It flows throughthe
and Is In favor of establishing International economy, he added. can.save to 4Q%
." banks In' the"''state.' Eight .,MsoseekingtheBeaietary.otaleposition { you :iip QnYQur. .t''
"foreign battle have"already' been are IemocratsMrs. Beverly l in< Irtftmm j j // it MM* I f _-,
'-" +'md's'ap'ovYlt'la Int 'te'.ftf'' wtKhoKim/rtif 1 >wsnthmnwuvfiA-tafnHir; : ] wm\Mnnm'itu o ww 5!' /!
'"but they cannot accept local deposits employee in the Secretary of State'. '
or make loans to Floridians and must office; Sen. Dick Renick from Dade air -c costs.
operate on foreign capital said County; Joe Little of Gainesville eonditioiiHigf
I Firestone. University of Fla. law professor; and
Elected to the Senate In 1972 after Republican Rep Ander Crenshaw.
serving: six years In the House from Jacksonville. "
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I ;>: Utility Fee Study Set Florida Power* Uoht < I.J ,, uq F'd

i V" An Orlando firm was asked to work "carry their own weight." and a ", .. ,, .
i up a fee schedule to conduct a power sliding fuel adjustment rather than a "
.i supply study for Starke by the utility flat surcharge.
.i bond trustees in a meeting held The firm was asked to work Up a fee ..,
.(Tuesday July 18 schedule for the power supply study.In .
Before the regular council meeting a brief council meeting Michael
i bond trustees Cliff Hazen. X.M. Smith Phillips returned to the council to
and Ben Moxley along with commissioner check on the progress of a drainage,
Joe Warren met with ditch to be located on his property.The .
Robert E. Bathen of the consulting
engineer firm of R.W. Beck and seven.foot-deep ditch and an
Associates of Orlando. oak tree on the lip or the ditch have

", Bathen told the group his firm couldI been the topic of numerous co '. ,
I make a power supply study and offer discussions before the council over i It ,4-'
I power alternatives. He said one the past two years.Commissioner .
I possibility would be a parallel interconnect Charles Schaefer
with Florida Power & Light assured Phillips as soon as available-
Bathen recommended a rate study" ment and manpower were LL
,i of all the city owned utilities so they the job would continue.

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.1 .n> more about Principals From Page I UI 4

':school board must show "just cause"
The school board has authority to
"to reject a nomination of the super r rI
intendent. reject the superintendent's nominations -
for lack of certification moral
1 In May 1978 the school board or
"1'rejected a new staffing plan which grounds.The I
:'would have then BHS principal transfers approved Monday t
of director night were effective that day. Jim :
Francis In a new position /IIPAP:11
.' of curriculum and instruction. At that Duncan, for instance was at the high Cg 4 ,
\ time Casey first proposed moving school Tuesday morning.
',' Duncan from LE to BUS and. Mike Duncan with 15 years experience
LE. began as a teacher in Panama City
Sexton to
;' N
.? The board had authority to reject before coming to Bradford County as a i
the new staffing plan, since it Involved assistant football and basketball i
f slot for Francis. coach at BHS in, 1970. He was ; ,
-i. creating a new job !
The matter rested there until principal at Lawtey from 1973-77
? Vellenga resigned creating an Francis has been In the system 21
"i 41 h, opening. Supt. Casey at any time. years. He taught at BITS 1957-81 was i f
however could have transferred principal at Hampton 1962-64,

at n currently principals employed using existing personnel.!job slots and 70.principal and ,at principal Starke Elementary at BUS 197075.1964- One thermostat is sat
J at 73. The difference of 5 degrees may seem like Properly'installed, it saves considerably on cooling I

Mark Adkins Trying Again no (difference at ;f\ll..Fact. is, even one degree counts costs if your house is fully air-conditioned. .,.', ,

I in the cost of cooling. Approximately 8% per Another important point: during the hot monthsyou '; i'.'

I For Dist. 2 Commission Seat degree, in the average fully air-conditioned home! should change the filters in air conditioners. "'

Mark. B.Adkins has announced. he Is businessman gives me first hand You can be very comfortable at 78 degrees. Arid At least once a month. :

.,\ going county to commission try again} for seat the that District George 2 Bradford knowledge of County.the needs" Adkins of people said.in ., ?. alsb save on air, conditiontngcosts'. So consider Weather strip doors, and windows. Use I light're'sett'ing :? I ,

'... Robert now holds: "Also. r have no affiliation with' any your thermostat'fAnd t! 'save u'p'm 40% colors'on; walls and roof to reflect the sun, Shade, '
I. organization that would
Roberts for the or
Adkins ran against group
";District 2 spot in 1974 and lost narrowly hinder me in dealing with the countygovernment. on cot)I ing cqsts. ;' *' windows. Shade air conditioning units with.shfiuSs l .1\
'' 27 votes 1.803 to 1.776 If elected I will be responsible '
Adkins by Is part owner of A&K Feed to the people of this county Here are other tips on how: to keep your cool but don't block"the air flow. ',

'' Southern Store In Starke Bell. He and Is also a 32-year-old works for and"Wenl'e'da accessible county at all commission times" thatIs (and', ourhbill down). Use-the'most'effective Pick up our folders on insulation and ways to ,

d Starke native who graduated from responsive all the people In Brad- tnsulatu! FfLsWatt-WiseSaving T" program save on electricity at your l local FPL office. 'w '
df, BHS In 1964. ford. a government working for the .
; "frthink being ''a'worker and a people, not people working thegoverpment. ; :
Adkins added. '
( issue facing the next .."' :<:"
commission Adkins said The Clerk '. \' = = ... -
RIYER'S SHOE REPAIR ; of the''Clrcult Court Is doing an adequate ".y .' ., .v',"'.,,,,,,., .. (/ ":,>, ,k! ;'?" 1 J lL W,, .tor '
A ] 4ICICMSI" SHrt .Flr u job and I don't think we need to ,. ?" '.' '
>l aru......,..-11 create a comfy manager position in r/"',' ., ,w ,lur,.' I, ;.1.l FLORIDA POWER LIGHT, COMPANY 'ir e A tlt.r t
.....11:1'f : Bradford nty. That would just be ... .0.t..J1.i'It., *' :'t ,
18'.1' another son the citizens would" ;.... I- f We: want to help I you sav. e. .... ,' :
leather" IH'ahilll' have to with their tax dollars ,
w.le$davas lluvr .. ',
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Pages TELEGRAPH JolyM.ltTS .' y.

I. 3 City Incumbents Qualify For: ;a -Election Dunn Qualifies. ,

hall, and Continue trying to develop
Incumbents Harold Epps, Charles without compensation on b UI"'Ui.land plans for downtown renovation.
Schncfer and Wilbur Waters have use map and coning ordinances, Schaefer noted three miles of For House SeatHoward
qualified and solar remain unopposed the first portion of the plan. "' repaving were recently completed,
for the three open seats on the Starke Epps labeled the post yeaa''s added to three miles done In 1973. 1/
"'working commission with each Dunn officially midi' W
commission In the upcoming when he was also Streets chairman.
6 September 12 election. committee chairman helping Plans for a new police departmentare Republican candidate for the 25Ul)
Group commissioner Schaefer contribute to the smooth operation of also beginning to shape up, said District Florida Mouse of Kepre
paid his $I20 Tuesday, July II, the city government Epps praised the Schaefer. He said no tax increase tentative Wednesday July IWh IMPort
lint day qualifying opened. Group 3 utility committee, bond trustees and would be needed to build a police ( the Florida Secretary of Stt,<4.
commissioner Epps and Group I commissioner utility employees for the smooth department on city property near the Dunn, a well-known returned:POWwas /-
Waters both qualified July operation of the utility plant Jail and there Is a possibility of work accompanied to Tallahassee. by
12. City qualifying will close at noon "I will do the very best! I possibly beginning in October using revenue ills campaign chairman G. Raymond:
Tuesday, July 25. The first primary can," said Eppe. "I look for a clamp sharing. Starnes. Both Dunn and SUrnes 'reside >
election is September 12 and the down on spending and trimming the Waters 29, Is completing his first in Keystone Heights > ''i!,
second primary October 5.EppI fat In the budget" when budget time term on the city council. He won the Before departing, Dunn told'1 '
!, 43 Is completing his second rolls around. Group I defeating former campaign headquarters workers that" <
term. First elected In 1974. Epps won Eppa is production controller of the seat r Goodman In a he was very satisfied with the result ,",'
a three man race with Carlton Combined Maintenance Shop at Camp race for the seat vacated by former of his campaign efforts over the past
Chastain and Bill Glover. In 1976 he Blanding. councilman Marc Jackson. three I
was unopposed. Epps has served as 1. J. Waters looks on the past two yearson "1 initially was concerned aboulwhether ?
council chairman and mayor since Harold Epps the council as a learning Wilbur Watersto I would find broad based
October 1977. experience that will provide the back maintain job security for several support throughout this .district,',.I
A member of the full council and people to assist with the'comprehensive ground needed to do a good jofaffor the city firemen."I Dunn said. "It is a heart walnkngexperience '
board of directors of the North plan for Starke. Epps said the city in the upcoming years. am proud to know we are going that we have been over-
Central Florida Regional Planning 15-member planning committee 11i "No one person can come Into a to have a new city hall for the peopleof whelmed with volunteer from every! .
Council Epps said he was real proved they were Interested in local council position and take over, it Is a Starke." added Waters. city, town and community all three
pleased with the response of local government by serving long hours -11 gradual process of feeling your way, Waters said he would be taking a counties," he concluded. .11'.
learning what Is going on and takingthe close look at all the departments when ". will begin campaigning fun timer">
t necessary steps to correct any budget time comes and will tighten beginning on JuJy'31.t, Dunn stateck'i
Yet to bo equaled problems," said Waters. budgets if it looks like an expense Is when asked about his campaign
IIIInternational'140 Some ,of the accomplishmentsWaters not necessary. plans. n
for 1-row cultivation said he feels he has had a partIn One project that Waters said should Dunn's central campaign heads' .
since being elected are getting begin within the next several weeks Is quarters Is located in Orange' Pars; "
lights for the Reno ballfleld, three widening Geiger Road, an item that and may be contacted by calling 286.14
miles of streets paved, and being able has been promised for four :years. 0440. IAtnuxr

h I I.,'"I.." Increased Uses Sought For BHS Ag Farm .It: : I

''I i If local agricultural leaders get his surroundings can be studied. Is to build living quarters on the farm1" '
... '" their way the 170-acre Bradford Limitations of the acreage In Starke fora permanent live-In caretaker! .1 -'
Mchsefer ichool Board owned agriculturefarm would prevent the Bradlord School Possibilities for the caretaker*whosej, di
three miles north of Starke will Board from developing some of the responsibilities would include :
Fifty-year-old Charlie Scahefer be utilized to its fullest potential in the features In the Atlanta farm, maintenance and, guiding student
considers himself the maverick on the future.In according to Gaskins. Those .
council tangling often with commissioners a meeting Tuesday afternoon at attending the meeting were nevertheless field trips were a deputy sheriff or
and the city clerk for what the agriculture building) representatives enthusiastic about developing the state patrolman, or a retired person
he believes is right. from Bradford union Vo-Tech farm for student.I"FA. 4-li, and other who would be knowledgable,,,/ '
Schaefer said his campaign Is basedon School FFA, state and county county groups' use. manage the farm. ,
honesty and efficiency In farming agencies and the Bradford Several possibilities were men- "f 8"|f
I government, the same platform as In High School Agriculture Departments tioned as to how the farm could be TractorSpecialty the past six years. Completing his discussed possibilities for developingthe better utilized, including experimental Hobby Taylor was elected chairman -
sixth year and third term on the land that has been used little In plots for grasses and crops of the project, and he requested a list.y:'?
council, Schaefer is former could flourish in the of all the needs of the schools and
crop growers-tobacco, vegetables nursery a recent years. According to Paul that possibly
stock-depend on this economical performer to handle chairman and mayor of the councilor Hutchins, head of the BITS Agriculture area horticulture sections to be used organizations Interested in using the
their cultivating work, Because of Its unique offset ( three years and this year is in Department the land has a by Vo-Tec students, nature trails Irri farm. According to Taylor and
design-Cultl-Vlsion-you look right down on top of the charge of the street committee. l greenhouse, some cattle, and some gation experimental plots, garden Gaskins the farm will take at least a
row. You work close In, but avoid damage to crops. Two Schaefer was first elected In 1972, forestry development .at the present plots for senior citizens to cultivate, couple of years to develop fully (<.
models are available' The Standard with 22-ln.' crop when he defeated Incumbent Billy time. and plots to be cultivated by handi '
clearance; or the Hi-Clear with 27ln. crop clearance Noegel by 60 votes In 1974 Schaefer Attending the hour-long meetingwere capped persons. Gahkinu closed the meeting. say)'fnglFt
Equipped with 23.7 PTO hp from 123 cu. In. engine. defeated the late Tommy Williams. In Arthur Gaskins, school board Everyone at the meeting agreed "We could have a showplace out there,g )
4 working speeds, Including a slow 1st for extra 1976 he defeated Gerald Brown. member and area farmer, who Is that one of the essential primary steps In u few years." ;. "tVli
precise work. Employed as a mechanic In the earheading the effort; Hutchins.
e Front and rear axle treads fully adjustable to match row Organizational Maintenance Shop at County Agent Bobby Taylor, SchoolCurriculum /
spaclngs. Camp Blanding Schaefer is a Chairman Lucille Payne Dwight Slater's
Touch-Control hydraulics assure precise depth control member of American Legion Post 56 ASCS (USDA) represenlaIvies Sam
of Implements. charter member of the BradfordCounty Hugh and Warren Carver, and vo-tech .
Easy steering for short turns, quick dodging. Historical Board and a representatives Ted Oglesby, Carl Food & Seat -
member of the board of directors of Clark. Diane Wescott, and Walt
Lars arrange a demonsfrtl/on./ Finance plane available the Bradford County Fair Wescott. .Open U.S. 301 S. Oid
Association. Gasklns read an article from a farm 7 A.M. 12 P.M. Walnut St ":*"''t
BARTON INTERNATIONAL. INC. Schaefer said Items he had been magazine that told about a similar I i.
Excellence In Servfc Sine 1B24 working on that he hoped to complete: farm in Dekalb County, Georgia near SUNBEAM Ii!' ,
in the upcoming years would be Atlanta. The farm is owned and MOTOR OIL PEPSI TIe'::ii
6800 Broadway
finishing the Edwards Road, sports* managed by the county school board, "
((904) Fla.
) 786-7760 Jacksonville 322205 19
complex completion of the OZ.
new city and Includes four major areas. They 16 t.I2"TIIJC
.' .,..01,1..1 ware .", inl-f rm.whlclv features'a,, I I' t'us! 1oK BPNA. I;;: ;,t e'Yn.l '
4 pu aLIHIR'. COPY'-r e'srdr" "... ''d 7'.I..IIIt._.. {sampling Qf fprmanimalsandcropel 1 1naturear" ttbffCKRS .
CaUT 'MN ...11: ? SL.rbSt.rb .. Odd. trails, wed mainly' IION_'. "'' +nhnn ItIfI c tA.nlUR"" '" inn
colaW Rpdrt es c-4UJo..f n....!_...._.."._.__._______. .. ..,..............._................. ....._ _......,..... ""r \for observation, garden plots used for 'u". 'tfJ' n'IA1Lr/ f- l'
experimental purposes, and guided MILK Case .
rlLda I t100
., .. .. .. ..... ............ I. the State.f .. ......... .............. ..... ........... .... sad Do..tle Subsidiaries at the c....of environmental study areas, where ,Over Cost ,,,1&,
pollution and man's relationship with rr

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BALANCe: SHEET ASSETS 3 h. hum. !Col.: Mil' Thou. A78-13 E78= 14F7814 MULTI-MILE TIRES A78-13 7814F7814 :

I. C. and due from benk' ...... .. ................................ C 7 ................................... -7 1 B7813Fibcrqloss : .
2. U.s. T..ury sacufltln, ... ...... ... ............................. S 1 I .......,...................., J. :L liB 2 B78-13 First Quality''' ;,
3. ObsgNbns of other U.'. vemm.nt ...nc,. and sorpar does' .............. I 2 I s.................,................ 3 shoos $2488 I'( Guarantee Road Hazard $2588 29M
4. Obllgatlons of Statss and political' subdlvistone .. . ............... S J. I ................................? <;b 4 I .Free I"
6. Othu bund.. not... end d.b.ntur.s .. ... .. ... ......... I 4 I ........,.........,...........1..... 's Plus FET Plus FET Free Mounting Plus FET Plus FET
6. Corporate stock .. .. . 6I Balancing ," .
I 7.: Tnding account s.curhln '. .' ::: .:':... : :: :::: :::::::::::;:::::::::::: ... :::: : ': : ::: : '.::'::: 0I. 7 Q7Q-15 H78-15 L7815J7815 378-15 H78.15 l78.15 .1)

,ed..., funds Hid and ..curnW, purchu.d" IInder agru mints to ink .... D 4 ...... .. .J::>U It. Q78-14 H78-14 FREE Computer Balancing 078.14 H78-14 '.:
.. Loen. Total (.xctudln6 IIneened Inco....) .. .. ... ......: ..... .............' '11 10 ....... ....... 5 I 0L2 ,." t. J78-1," (
b. we: Cm,. far po.'ble' .loan .Passn .... .. . .. ..,................... .................. 51.1. J": u .... b 27"Plus $2088 With Purchase Of Tires $32 88 53588 : :
C, Loans. Nat .. .. ... .. .. 0; 01 ,
10. Dir.d ,I.a'u nnancin6 .. .. .: :: : .:::::::. .. :.:.::":::::':'::::::::::::'::: ,::':::::::t"::::::: : :: : .:': '''. 100U. FET Plus FETALIGNMENT Plus FET plus .

Bank pr.misn' lurnaurs and flxtu.... end Dlher ants f.pns.ntmg bank p.....,_ .. ",n 11 FET"w
12. R.., ...... owned athsr thin bank pr.nns, .. .. .. ... .. 12 Monroe-Matic : ;
13. Inv.dm.nts In IInconHUdeled subsldiuin' end sssootsud compen,.. .. ..,...... ....... 13 MOST TUNE UP ')' 4
14. Cu.to....... U.bllily to this bank on accapt.nc.s outstanding .. .. ... .... .... '... .. ...... 14 SHOCKS CARS '1''
15. Other awts .. ... G 7.. ...................... .. ... .. ... 15 LIGHT $1088 6 Cyl. Elec. Ign. ; ;
16 TOTAL ASSETS (sum 0' )tams I thru 15)) .. ... .. .... .".... ..../.......,.... .,, ...". .. q D UI Installed 4 For$5000 TRUCKS .4 Less. $268. : .

LIABILITIES -Ie". -Item -Col. Most Cars & Light Trucks, .
17. D.mlnddl.oIlndvlduole.pertn..hp..nd, corporations' .. ...... '. s. If A :. :... L.. .'. :;) ,, 17 COMPLETE FRONT-END .
II. Trms and savings d.po" 0' Indlvldals" p.nn.r.hips' and Corporatlaa ... F If I+C ......... ............. ,.,,,,.,, '\7._ la J::.
19. D.poshs of Unlled. II.... Gov.'n..nt ... ...... ..... F .. 2 A+I+C.... ... ..,... l 19 WHEELS & BRAKE SERVICE LUBE, OIL ,
20. D.pcuts of St.tn and po".1" subdiWUons .., ...,... ...f;, F 3 A+a+C ..... .,.. 1 20 ;
21. Depot' 01 'o.n, .....'nm.nt. and olllcl.lln.tltullon. .F 4 A+I+C ...." 21 15X8 ft FILTER l.. .
22. DePOI" 01 comrel.1 banks .... ....., F 5+6 A+I+C ; .. 22 $. 88 STARKi J :
23. C.rtfled, and oIIIC.. fh.cks ........... F 7 A .h.' ." 7 23 Most LugPatterns Most Cars $881 iT;
24. TOTAL DEPOSITS (aunt 0' hams 17 the 23)) .. .......... ,. ., .. R nl, 24 & Light Trucks ; .
a. Total demand d.pouts ... .. .. .......... F a A I 'J 707 a FIRESTONE i '
b. Total, turn. and savings d.po.ts .. .. .. ............. F I" a+C'' u. ]1J.J. b 964-6436 964-6436 '
211. Fad.rUfunds puch..... .nd .<
1 26 OI"II.b,"'''' for bod money .. .. .... ................. n 26 .
27. Modgaa.Ind.bt.dnas ........ .... .... .......... ... ... ,.,. 27 '
2S. Acc.pl.nc.I ......ul'" by 0' for account of this. bank and olrtstsdln ., .. ... ... .... . ,.,. 21 ". l'
21. 0th., .lubrhtun, ... .... ....."_.;"';...... ... ....... H '9 .. ....... ... :....,,.d. :;'I' ''f,.... ... 2t f:),
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30. TOTAL LIABILITIES' (.scldmg, .uburdln.1d not.. and d..nlu.) . ". . It .. 30

31. Suburdlnet.d notssand dsb.ntuns .. .... .... ... ",'. .'' ,. ., 31 ; M
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32. P.ed stock e. No. ahass ateadnng' (P.v.lue' 0 32 p -- '
33. Common cock a. No. .h.... .ulhori.ed Ig I t'" J.11
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.lQIDQ"uo, 1 O
b. No. .".... ouM.nding ) 33 .
34. Surplus 6,0 >4 n'

35. Udlwd.d p oMs, ... '" ; "r" r 35 "- Have Your Mobile Home ?,i
36. R..._ for contnpncln end 0th., c.p,111, e.in; ..... ,.' .. 0 36 :1.FJi
31. TOTAL EQUITY'CAPITAL (sum 0' "hems 32 the 36) .. 37 1
3B. TOTAL lIAlIlLlTIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL" 'sum or items 30,MEMORANDA 31, and 37' 9 .1!. ITl rumfJJll 0(3LiJ( l3ffi ;1,

.. Awrag far 30 ea.nds days .ndlnll with Gell its: '
a. Cnb and due front banks (corresponds to lI.m 1 .bDve) . . ... .' d. ,I. .t. Iab.
F.d.raf funds told and _u"'I.. purcbasd. uncler sp..m.nts to mill (COfespods to dam a abovq 1 .b I b :- With Flex Lock And Atlas Coil I il
Total loins (Cormponds 10 II.m Ie -) .. .,.,:!r.... .. ". 1.1. 7 0
d. Time ..._It.0' 1100,000 0' man (canspoda to nwrada tarns J. plus.31t blow, ) ,1.: d .. ,
.. Told d.pnds (corrnpods to /110m 24 above) ..'.. ..rF. Roof Coating '$'7 00 -. :; i
Fnsrat funds to Item 25 above) ,t
"reh"'d" end sacuntl.s' told ud r.agr.anrnts to .purcto.. (corvnPOde & SingleWldeto, ,
noh.. 11.111111... for borrow man.. core.._n to t.m 26 S .
2. standby I.N.u. 01 CrocIlt outstanding (lee 01/ Can d.le, .. 0 2 '
.. Tare dr0OUta 01 100.000 or mono Bas of call data": S12995 DoublewideWe 1
.. T_ c.'IIOcaua of d.pnA In denomlnotlono of 1100.000 or ,.,..,. 1'10 3ai
b. 0\10II ,._ d.......1. in amounts or 1100 000 0' more Ch; 7 b -. ;"N

f f_ Jt'l",: ': _,. A-Lr...... ..... ." ............... ....., M eol.aatV i err w t IAsh IAIa np.rf ., c..diUOJt Handle All Types Of Mobile Home Repairs ,. '. ,
4. bar a.4.isle. M fAa .... .,nap Nast''dpi sad b.a.1. I.. .,
d. 4uwfl .<.rc.rn .:.J..... t. 1 .....,..... o Windows Installed Steps e Skirting And Any Other Repairs "- ;"'")

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......"'.. sllpllaWwr wuI.FJwiw sl Aa6E 5 I ,ttJ.C.f.-JJ.-.. ,..."" After The Sa I.. A Proven Part Of.Our Business. ,. 1 lAx
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, ,' I,'<, Reverend Don "Church Training Youth And,&eadetii" Rev.ivoryLake,72a Everett A.Thornton. .Ie "'"' Graveside funeral services were
r Scheeti has ship Conference" at RldgwresC?!:' \ 'Rev. Ivory V. Luke 72, died Everett Arnold Thornton 20, of Rt scheduled for 3 p,m. Saturday,July
Picnic Set Today accepted: the callas Baptist Assembly, Rldgecreai, N.C.,," .H July 18. in Bradford! County 2, starke died Wednesday afternoon 13, In Keystone Heights Cemfterywith
pastor of Grace July SU.The ( t tndlY. in Starke July 12 from an accidental electrical Reverend William Nofcierlind
'Tfw, annual Baptist Church mGriCfls youths and adults enjoyed'' ,M Illness. following an shock sustained while taking a TV Reverend Thomas V. Postonofficiating.
picnic of Sunday School class Loop off exciting times In Bible study Founder of the Pine antenna down In Olin's Mobile Home DeWItt C. Jones Funeral
) '. the First United Methodist Valley Congregational
, SR-ioo south of Christian fellowship, worship and Park SR-18.
on of the
Church of will be held Holiness Church located off Home was In charge arranaO'menta.
Lawtey today Starke. high moments of Inspiration. They US3o1northolStsrkeRev. A life-long resident of Bradford ,
t' ,
Thursday, July 20) at Strickland's wasa
.' Landing Lake. He Is the former also enjoyed mountain climbing and strip life-long resident of Bradford County. Mr. Thornton was an .
Kingsley pastor of to Chimney Rock. The group also County.He employee at the Mobile Home Park.
"Come early and stay late. Bring a was employed with Penny Mrs. Aaale Ma Manta M
Damascus sang at the Skyland Care Center, Farm in Survivors include his parents, Mr.
rl ptento W pastor the Baptist Church, Sylva, N.C., where they visited with retirement. For Cove Springs until his and Mrs. Henry F. Thornton. Sr. of Mrs. Annie Mae Thornton Morris
Rev. WU1 101I30\ Rev.
eaytie CuUtbert, Georgia Jeff and Juanita Smith, formerly ofStark. yean Starke: a brother.Henry F. Thornton. 60, of 962 North Temple Avenue
: A 7 Luke was pastor and a member of the ..
p.m. Regular .. Jr., of; Starke; two sisters: Mrs. Starke. died Friday. July In the.
':Lang: and a graduate of Baptist Bible Eleven youths attended the con :S.ClIey Congregational Holiness Sharon Spears and Miss Carol Ann Bradford County Hospital after a

Institute Grace ville.; Fla. ference. They were chart Scheets Thornton, both of Starke. and his brief illness.A '
,', Next Tuesday July 25. the MYFwill Rev. Scheeti, his wife, Sharon Lee Ann Green Sarah Faulk. Joy SL following Rev. Luke churches also preached at the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Liza life-long resident of Bradford
j go to the Jacksonville Zoo.Those laughter CherI (17). sons Chip US), John, Tina If atilft. Doyca Dean Congregational : the Sanderson Silcox of Stark County, Mrs. Morris was a member of.
making the trip are requested to bring Kevin and Sharon the Mantown the Church of Christ at Starke.,
4 and ((14), native Floridians Griffis. Kevin Scheete: Congregational Funeral services were held Friday
iI n a picnic lunch.and meet at the church have) arrived and are currently serving Grlffls. The six adults attending the Interlachen Holiness Church. afternoon July 14, In the Pine Valley Survivors include her husband,
I. at 8:30. al.m.1"ioneer. on the churchfield.A conference were Steve Futch Clifton Church, Green Congregational Cove Holiness Congregational Holiness Church with John H. Morris of Starke; a daughter..
Springs CongreRtional Starke
Griffis. Vonclel Mrs. Sylvia Underhill of ; a
Griffis, Lanette Rev. David Hodges officiating. Burial!
Day Set group of Grace Baptist Church Futch Ginger Jones and Deborah Congregational Church Holiness and the was In Evergreen Cemetery under the brother Elbert Earl Thornton of
youths and adults attended the Gray. Church. He direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral Kingsley Lake; two sisters Mrs.
served as a committeeman -
Home of Starke. Selma Bnmson of Orangeburg. S.C..
for the State Committee of and Mrs. Wlllar Mae Mcintyre of
. Sun At Oak GroveThe Senior CitizensA Congregationaloliness( ( Churches. Richmond Va.. and two ...andllona.

Richard "Dick" Stone and Representative Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Alex Arthur Malmgrea NAlex Funeral services were held Sunday +
. Oak Grove Branch of the forum, conaucted: under theauapIces Fuqua objecting to Ellen Luke of Starke; three sons: Arthur Malmgren. 90, died afternoon, July 16, in the.Church of
' Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day of the North Central Florida Congressman Wm. Stelger's (R. Wisconsin Earl L.Clarke Wesley.and Troy T. Luke, Thursday July 8 in Annapolis Mary- Christ at Starke with Brother Jack P.
all of
s' Saints In Providence will hold Its Coalition of Senior Citizens will be ) amendment to cut ; a brother Dimont J. land. Bell officiating. Burial was in Crosby"
f k. annual Pioneer Day Celebration this held In Starke, Fla., August 22, 1978 gains tax by more than 2 capital Luke of Lawtey; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Born August IS, 1887 in Young Lake Cemetery under the direction ofArcherTanner
from 10 til 3:30 In the Civil Grlffls of Lawtey 13 grandchildren, of
Iii- Saturday July 22, with services a.m. : p.m dollars and thereby substantially increasing and five America, Minnesota Mr. Malmgren Funeral Home
beginning at 10 Defense Building 301 N.Incumbenta.n3candJdates Federal deficit and great r1ndchIldren. and a Starke.
,i a.m. host of nieces and was a former resident of Keystone
There will be a covered dish lunch seeking wreck Pres. Carters tax cut Funeral nephew Heights living there for many years. I
office In Tallahassee have been services were held
u at noon, so please bring enough food nronosals.. He was retired from the purchasingand I----
Invited to air their and Wednesday afternoon, July 19 in the
101 for your family. We received a letter from Mr. Bill Pine Valley .Holiness sales department at the Railroad
from the floor. Congregational
. Afternoon activities will Include answer questions Gunter Treasurer of the State, Church with the Steel Industries. Mr. Malmgren was a FLORIDA
Senior Reverends J.P.
Sept. 20, 1977 over 200
musical entertainment. Judging of tribute to club for member of the
paying our
our Eddings Crews Keystone Heights
Citizens attended annual District Terry ,Bobby Taylor .
f.t: baking competition in the cake, our efforts In in
pie procuring signatures and WUiard Lee Burialwasla Community Church. THEATRE
3 (16 counties) at the Civil officiating.
I q } and pastry categories with ribbons( meeting support of the Fair Amendment Survivors Include: his wife Mrs.
Defense Building In Starke at which Kingsley Cemetery under Call ft Walnut
awarded to the winners. The church isEl The
Fair Amendment was given a direction of Ruth Malmgren': one son Dr. Richard
. ;t located between Lake Butler and time Senator "Buddy" MacKay was great boost by the passage of SB-1308 Funeral \. Malmgren of Annapolis; and two Starke 984-5451
.' the speaker. We to do Home of Starke. ---------------
r principle hope
Providence off Highway 238. Signs promoted by Senators Barren and grandchildren.
t. will be poIted.f1 as well or better this tune. MacKay which provides for F.A/S Fri Thru Taes.'
Letters sent to President
/ were the ballot SB 1306 addresseswhat
place on -
Carter, Senators Lawton Chile.. is at heart of high automobile Kris Kristofferson

liability and uninsured motorist rates "Finally rue found
Card of Thanks ObituaryWalter excessive costly and oftlmea. frlv- .' In
olous and fradulent liability"ii, a MAJV-SIZE

Ali CARD OF THANKS R.WW.IIOWalter lawsuits.A donation was received by the.<;?)I\ tractor"' "Convoy"Rated
R. Will, 80, of Keystone
With deepest gratitude we extend Bradford County Public Library from ifi
r!!.' this word of thanks for the many kind Heights died Saturday morning, JulyIS1 Mrs. Helen McManus. Bradenton "; tk- from : PQ
' in Gainesville home
'40 acts of sympathy, expressed by a nursing former club member to place a book'1.
rll; thoughtful friends. These kindnesses following a long illness.Born .
In the Library"In Loving Memory"of 1.1,1 ,
March 28, 1898 In Pittsburgh $2577
kit: have meant much to us. the late club member Emma Morton. '
,. 1 I., Mr Mrs. Mae Lranoa Penn.. Mr. Will lived In KeystoneHeights Another book "Bass Fishing Ir'- 301 'DRIVE IN
, for the past 83 years. He was "
Florida. has been tlx :j.
'\ ------- a retired farmer and poet. designated by i 301 South
membership "In Loving Memory" a"
Survivors include a brother, George ?
Ha lund Roberts the Starke 964-7484
Ed to
A. Will of Gainesville; two sisters \ ---------------- d
, Our heartfelt thanks to all !who Mrs, Sidney Baker of Palatka and My wife Peggy, is home from Uu ..\
0 extended comforting sympathy and Mrs. Leon Wagner of Lake Geneva. hospital and we thank everyone for aU 'j :t .' IlI SAT
4 help in our recent sorrow. For the Funeral services were held the calls visits and get wells sent to -- M AJ

/ beautiful service, floral offerings and Wednesday morning July 1'. in the her.Our ,
''u I abundant food we are deeply grateful. DeWItt C. Jones chapel In Keystone next meeting, Center 1978. at 1 ,,Ht You'll to .happy with .... way POWER KINO tractor bantough. J
-The Family ofI Heights with Rev..Thorns P. Poston p.m. In the Recreation Starke, i ., ..*..* bigger, .* ....... Mow fcntor with 60" n.ow.r, AI
I ,Vasco Underhill Fla. ptow. Ml, buddoM.. and Mr 20 attadimonta. Mar _II.
I.;. ::3 officiating.Cemetery.Burial ,was. in KeystoneHeights : -Joe Kerrigan, .',i.\\ power, law, ..... cal with .1...... ..... no fluid I
,, W' .powr IOH. 14 ft IS'".
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Chapter 1M O.E.S.t TheM School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30
regular meeting of Dell Chapter will a.m. Evening Worship p.m. The
.f be held next Thursday. July 27, in the Elisabeth Walker public Is invited. TRACTOR CO

)hI: Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street Ail PhoaeN4.4e83Greater 5311 weal Bass...... ,J.kN.l5..fIwW. (M4)TI1j' -""
n, members are asked to be prevent for Mt Marian Wednesday 7:30: p.m.. : ISi
.n this very Important meeting. Bethlehem Freewill Choir rehearsal ::30 1I.

Baptist Church The Revival Meeting a.m. At 3 p.m. the Fellowship of ...... Card
: Bradford County Breach NAACP la still In progress through July 21. Churches>wilt be held. The Young ... ; !..Pf Thant .' II PLUS. H .
x"t' will 1Jneeq.l--p, ....Jlt Gresal tSaturduy.lha UdtafuwiUseuVdlnnara.Wfrom ., \\ .r:1J.'IIpJ, 'tr,1" j' +7a +rsl 1114 r
rllm"\I\f !
: '
.K..BeOI1IIaen k,.a .th.-JLn' the l tch-. Sunday the annual '!'J : o Ir -
". A very interesting and Informative 'Women's Day will be observed. preach. The Young Adult Choir of the Pi :The Of '-J-;:; 1Airtirr
1'', program is planned for your enter Sunday n.m:30 a.m. Morning church will sing. :,I Family Everett ,
tv talnment.All members and Interested Worship 11 with Rev. G.GT Pleasant Grove United Methodist
;. citizens are Invited to attend. McAutnor and congregation from St. Church Every first and second Sun.
The annual banquet will be held Augustine\ In charge. Dinner will be Monday Young Adult Choir rehearsal !'Would Like To Express Our AppreciationFor Men. Tues.

,5 August. .26 at the Starke Golf and served 1 p.m. Mrs. V.V. Kitties will 7 p.m. Each Tuesday at 7 p.m. the Charlton Heston
I speak at 3 p.m. This will be the concluding Young Junior Choir rehearses. The Many Prayers Acts Of Kindness
:1: Rev,ThanasDeSueat8p.m..Insteadt service for the day, Wednesday at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. : In
) of 7 p.m. All members and Interested Antloch Missionary Baptist Thursday 7 p.m. Bible Study. Sunday
1 b citizens are invited to attend.ciiimcti Church! Revival Is In progress for the School 10 a.m. concludes services for And, The. Expressions Of Love Shown Us '
w week of July 17.21 with Rev. Leroy the day. (,I"V J4UJI'
Davis in charge of the services. Chapel A.M.E. ,
) NEWS MfssIonaa Our
: During Recent Loss
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Church: was held IJtN :
$& Joha Missionary Baptist theme
'1) Church Sunday School 10 a.m.'each Worship 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. the Choir Wednesday in of Mrs. Lucy t
,' with Chris Hamilton Incharge. Union will be held in Keystone. All Cummings on Brownlee Street with "
Sunday members are invited to attend. the president, Mrs. Dian Chandler, In (f lg l) '
f', .Morning Worship 11 a.m.and May God Bless You All ,
'.c 3 p.m. second and fourth Sunday. Free Canaan True Church of God charge. The meeting was inspirational ., . ..
In Christ Monday 7:30: Prayer and informative. All ladles are ,
t1 .
; Prayer Band noon Monday. Weekly PLUS.
asked to attend the meeting in the
Band. Each Wednesday 7:30:
' Services.
wrvicei: Monday Prayer
',', Wednesday 6 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 future. Sunday School 10 a.m. For Your :Thoughtfulness.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The
before services.Woman's a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Bach Saturday
. cooperation of all members is neededfor
Macedonia Freewill Baptist
will be observed
r. Day Church Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer success In the affairs of the 1 DEMONMOM
.t 21, 22, and 23 (Thursday night Sister church. The Henry Thornton Family
Sady Clark lain charge) at Macedonia Meeting and Bible Study. Sunday P ,
I'4 FreewW with Rev. Butler in charge of to
.r 7:30: ., .nightly services. Friday at
L' 7:30: Vm. Youth Night with Sister ,.
,t Mary Strong In charge- Saturday DeWitt C.JonesFuneral fyj;:
'' I
t night'Sister Alice Strong in charge
with Philadelphia Baptist rendering
4 services, Rev. Mayberry In charge.
,., Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning HomeDeWITT a n1iri TAKEA
p., worship 11 a.m. with Mrs. Cecelia
I{ Merritt speaker from Magnolia

tiI:, Baptist Church at Ralford rendering C. JONES BENTON FUTCH f:
ice, song service. Dinner will be served on i

n) the grounds at 1:30 p.m.. Song service HAROLD. A. JOHNSON i..( A
v wilfbe held at 3 p.m. -
The Ministers and Deacon Union STARKE KEYSTONE '
!1/1, will beheld in Old Town, Fla.,July 28, :\ '
I'4 29,and 30.St.John will render service .964-6200 473.3176 :JI
nee: at 11:30 a.m. Sunday In Old Town BREAK
l1' Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist RENTALS : .

,I? Chlgch.tt .
FUNERAL NOTICE Hospital Beds.- Wheel Chairs
; Funeral services for the late Your Kids To :

.1 Brother Daniel Strong, who passed & Crutches
h away July I,were held Saturday,July e
k 8.at St John Baptist with Rev. Willie

{.l Huffman, pastor in charge.

(rt.t' Tuesday Prayer Church and:7 p ef Pastoral.m.God Bible fa Teaching Band.Cirlsti Friday 8 Each p.m. Summ.r C..ranl. :. Vacation Bible School 'I I : .

_? Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning
'it' ( Worship 11:30: a.m. YPWW e p.m. ,
,'l, Evening Worship 7 p.m. with Elder 24x80 3 Br. 2 BathShingle 24x40 \ '

Yl' Williams In charge. CII.rehli.l Roof Wood Siding. 2 Br. x bath, 'Y" :
New Bethel Baptist
Wednesday Prayer Meeting and Bible Circle: Kitchen Furnished .. Carpet Furnished A Carpet First BaptistChurch "

Study 7:30 p.m. Rehearsal Choir 8895 _' .: : ,
6' No./2 Saturday 7:30: p.m. Sunday 15,695 ; ,t.
School '::30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 ',d,' "
..oJ a.ntt; Communion Service 6 p.m. All 12x65 24x60 !"' ''rii';, .,
'17. members are Invited to be present. I, d
'\ ,- 3 Br- Bath & H Fully\/, Furnished Great Cathedral Beamed Ceiling ,'
Bboeier: Baptist Church Carpet'Throughout Fully Furnished. Deluxe' Carpet.

vr Tuesday .Study; Thursday 3 Br -. 2 uath ..
l II' ':30 p.m. Layer Meeting. Saturday., 7995 !
the church banquet g10.450 .. ',/ -'
tG July 22 at 8 p.m. '.. '. I
t wW be held.Donation$.. Everyone is 21'1.
.I Invited to cooperate. Sunday School Several Other Double WWes To Choose From 9:00ll:30fA.M.Jlply : A ,
: q Vacation Bible School will 1 : : 5T ,
':30"8.1" Large Selection Of .'2''' & 14' Wldes Beginning Ate : .
Bethel .
'd be combined with New BaptistChurth ..
d3 August 1418. Transportation 5995 '. t ''11' ''"''' !
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,t 1":7 if will Brother.*..;be If..you Horace provided.need Griffin transportation.Please, phone contact 9847293 -. H4.1741'', Stark* HOme 'I : I'' '.3, :>l I z1.:Thru Aug ,4. Ages2fT1CMitCrawWiiklbl : .1,':

First Bon Church. f The Lhrmg ." ,
Why Pay More, When :. '$' /;
s.,7.a; G.d Service.{"- Tuesday Friday'7:43 7:4S p.m.p.m.Tarry You Can Buy Direct From Factory At C.II t e r' ? :

...:Z Service. Sunday School 10-30\ : am. Factory Prices. IerfARidor'Cslt9644i62. .
,'AI Morning Worship 11:30 a.m, Evening ALL HOMES BUILT TO H U -SPCCS$ '

,/I Worship 7:49.: ,.., ., ... _... ,,,., ., ... ,:,i,'



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I Pages TELEGRAPH July ,117. .. ----. ..-- _. ._ 'm_ .,.. __ ..,.. -. _, _", .'. "_ \...
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Recall On ,. '
Hampton '
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For 2 Councilmen '

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'Better safe than sorry' Is the Only remaining step In the recall f l
t Hampton Concerned Citizen'Council : after the signatures are
philosophy as they have decided to checked{, is for'Judge Wayne Carlisle 1 f y
1. proceed with the recall election for to set a date for the special recall *
two of the four resigning city council- election. The Judge has 60 day In ... 7r pti
men. which to set a date but Curtis predicted -
The Concerned Citizens at the advise that the date would coincide
I of lawyer Jack Nettles, will go ,with the September 13 election .
I ahead and submit their second recall -
petitions to the Bradford County In a special meeting Monda : \. "
courthouse for validation. City 17 the three remaining councilmen : : ;
Councilmen John Allen and Ernest Helle, Dennison, and Curtis decldito S.
Greene made their resignations effective handle the election; :
July 13 at the regular July themselves, until the in
meeting, but Councilmen Donald September.Since .
Hell and A.C. Dennison listed the town marshal city council 11Fortythree
September 13. the day after the chairman and city clerk positions'
primary election, as their resignationdate. terms expire this year all city ..
government positions will be open In
The Concerned Citizens, according the election.Mayor William Summers Bradford County ""'era along with chaperones Helen Wright, Lake near Madison MOIIclay fora week camping fun.
to city council chairman Ted Curtis, Joined the four councilmen in Brenda Stroud, Mary Versa sad LoweD Parrlth laNded to 4-ti Camp Cherry
who did not resign, have fears that announcing his resignation at the July

their Helle resignations and Dennison after may the withdraw election. regular meeting. 43 4-H'ers Head for Camp Cherry Lake .

I Both councilmen were not up for reelection In other business at the special .
this year and both men meeting Monday the council voted to Forty-three li'ers piled aboard a roast homemade ice cream and Newport, Sherry Herndon, Brandl! Ken Flemons. Budd 'I Belange,
I denied any plans to stay In office. set the millage rate at 3.23 a quarterof bus heading for a week of fun at 4-H various recreational activities. Ilerndon, Annette Balkcom, Handy Melissa (Gee Shawn hart,Michelle
: City Attorney Richard Welty said a mill higher than previously. Camp Cherry Lake near Madison Balkcom Roger Dobbs, Becky Muse. Wynette Joiner '"..SusanNnvalany
that the two positions are officially The Increase will not result In higher Monday July 17. The following 4-H'ers are attending Anderson, Tony Anderson Sheila Donna McDavld.1, Sport
open to qualified candidates but the property taxes but was needed in the 4-H Camp: Michelle Stllwell. Anderson, Jody Rising, Genie Rising, Tucker. and Billy Stroud.. : ::,,,.',:*sfi,.. I
Citizen's Council wants to be certain order for the city to realize the same While there they will receive Mary Wright. Marvin Wright, Jr., M''tIf'I.oi
that Belle and Dennison can't get Income that last year's 3-mill levy instruction In swimming and participate Belinda Melson, Deena Cox Audrey .
back In office. brought In ...036. In nature study programs con- Pierce, Lisa Tucker Tootsle Tucker, ','.',\1 I hJ1l.t' ,
I ducted by Tony Jensen. Assistant Wayne Cribbs Tiny Hodge Susie "" ""Ji'.I

I : Starke Critical WreckA Professor at the university of Floridain Welch Prlscllla Welch. KhandiceStroup "11,...\ijfjktlt:,\ ,I,
Man Still After the Forest Conservation, Depart- Tammy Jo Mann James ...., !
ment and Hank Cochran Union Orleman, Debbie Orleman, Ken c;
Starke man remained In critical started sliding and he lost control. County Forestry Agent. In addition to Howard, Bruce Howard Sharon The New York General Post Office handles 20 million
condition Tuesday In Shands Hospital Investigations revealed that the car the instruction the 4-H'ers will enjoy Fussell Carol Fussell Monroe pieces of mail day.
after receiving serious Injuries from slid across the road Into a ditch a movie and popcorn: ,a marshmallow Herndon S...I. N.nn.' A...... every
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I Mrs.Margaret Allen of Brownlee Road Wins Family Reunion I I

CHURCH ACTIVITIES LAWTEY Mr.and Mrs. Ray Shuck,of Shelby.
Mr*. Michael Margaret Allen Of CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School vile, Ky., were guests of their,uncle
!. Brownie Road Starke is the winner 10 a.m. Worship Services II a.m. and by Elln.tIII Terry and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
I of a family reunion for two In 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Phone. 712-XIOa: Barnes and family, Thursday I to
McDonald's SaIuto to the Families Sunday.
p.m. YPE Friday 7 p.m. ,
iii School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 PERSONALSFriends Guests at Mr. and Mrs. fled Moore
Mrs Allen's name was drawn at 1I a m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. of Mr. Rembert Carradin during the week were: Mr. and Mrs.
McDonald's by two-year-old Billy Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. regret to learn that he Is a patient In Bruce Boyer, of Tampa, and David I
Kyle of Hampton during ceremonies FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH: Radio Room SOU. Riverside Hospital Boyer of Silver Springs Tuesday to "
on McDonald* Family Day. July ifl. Program on ..m. Sunday, Jacksonville. Our prayers are with Thursday, Mrs. Ernestine Thomas, of '
:Mrs. Allen receives two free plane Bible School 10 m.. Worship Ser Live Oak on Saturday, KC Moore, of
trips for friends or relatives. Visiting vices 11 a.m. and 6-30: p.m. Prayer him.Mrs. Lake City on Friday and Mrs. Anne
between August 1 and December 31 (, Meeting Wednesday at 0:30: p.m. Hubert Priest, Mrs. Allle Andrews returned home on Sunday
will be the grandparents of Starke I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and Miss ArthurineBlanc afternoon. Freddie Moore, and Mrs.
Elementary School students Rachnel, Sunday School 9:45: ..m., Worship went to Baker County Gayne Todor called on Sunday.
8. and Crystal a. Services I II a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Nursing Home Macclenny on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Roger Eunice were
s r Training Union 8:30: p.m., Prayer and served cake and ice cream to Sunday dinner guests of their parents,
In addition to the reunion prize Mrs. Meeting on Wednesday, at 7:30: p.m. Mina Enca Blanchard and all of the :Mr. and Mrs Harold Eunice.
Allen receives special membership ; GRACE UNITED METHODIST other patients for her 90th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bell and
in the American Family Society a p, Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Miss Enxa received several gifts and family of Jacksonville, were Sunday
not-for-profit organization which Services 11 ..m. and 7:30: p.m., cards for the occasion.: dinner guests of their uncle and aunt
promotes the value of the American Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6-30: Mr. and Mrs Rowell Prevail and
Family. Other gifts included a family e) pm. on Sunday night. Choir practice Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday family.Mr. .
"reunion dinner and $100 for incidental Wednesday at 7-13 p.m. to Friday with her sister Mrs. J.P. and Mrs. J.M. Gallagher and
expenses. HIGHLAND BAPTIST) Sunday Wyrick, of Tallahassee. Mrs. family returned Miami' on Sunday
,- t' School 10 a m. Worship Services 11 Wyrlcks' son-in-law and daughter after two weeks visit with their son-in-'
the festivities marked the end of a.m. and 6 p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter visitedthem law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
the nation-wide "salute" which included .1 __ I Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on Monday night. Miss Terry Randy Roberts and Heather Lynn.
28 national for reunionsfor and Mrs. Wyrick visited her Mr. Gallagher's brother and
prizes LAURA
BAPTIST: Sunday School great i
10 friends or relatives, local prizeat Mrs. Margaret Alea.f Slake and daughters. Rachel and Chrystal. accept 10a.m.,Worship Services| 11 a.m., and grandchildren, LeAnn Sherrl. and children of Coral Gables, came by
two free tickets from Dallas McDonald's Salute
plane local winners In
Mayo as
each McDonald's of John Carter afternoon for a short visit with
participating a to the Families America 7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting on Wyrick on Tuesday Friday
reunion for two, reunion parties and o Wednesday at 7:30p: .m. morning. Their parents Mr. and Mrs. them.
family dinners. Travel arrangementswill MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST: Larry Carter were Wednesday dinner Mr. and Mrs. James Waters
be handled by United Airlines. Nugent Sr.,and Brigitte Rigby, all of residents Mary Ann Kyle, Ted Curtis Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Ser- guests of Mrs. Wyrick and Miss attended the Blue Grass Show atChipley.
Starke. Barbara Holllngsworth. Evelyn vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Terry. They attended Cottage Prayer over the weekend.
Winner of the family dinners were: Benckowsky, and Keystone Heights Union 6 p.m.. Prayer. Meeting Meeting at the homes of Mrs. Alma Mrs. Earl Troxell Is spending a
Mrs. Nancy Demorest Arnold K. From Waldo Mrs. Bobble J. Biles,. residents Stanley Dimitroff and Judy Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Willis and Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Swillingon week with her son-in-law and
Williams, Mrs. John Burris Mrs. and Connie Diduonnl. Hampton Arnette. NOKTIIS1DE BAPTIST: Sunday Tuesday and Thursday nights and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly
Mildred Downing, Mrs. Lillian School 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 at the church on Wednesday night. and son Justin of Jacksonville. '"
Hillman, Gloria Irons, Mrs. Elizabeth a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Meeting Mrs. Wilma Wainwright visited her i
Crawford Mrs. C. M. Hitch Mrs. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Connie Mosley. of Maxville. father, Mr. Jesse Starling In the
Evelyn St. Johns, Dorothy Fedak SMYRNA MISSIONARY visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. hospital at Barlow recently
Charles Blalock, Sylvia Quiette BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m., Harold Eunice on Saturday Shannon and Stacey Higglnbolham.
Hubert Cooper Marguerite Hall, Worship Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Mrs Tom Whaley and daughters of spent the weekend with their father
Vera Graudon. Allen Dorey, Janice BTS 5:43: Prayer Tampa, were weekend guests of her Jimmy Higginbotham.
dewdrops p.m. meeting
belisved that precious stones were
The ancients
Thornton Thomas D. Breher, Paul C, Wednesday 7 p.m mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, sister' Mr. and Mrs. James Anders and
hardened by the sun.
family Miss Sandra Anders and Mr.
Mrs. Daisy Bach and daughter, Miss J
-- Lynn Whaley. Sunday dinner guests Art Annie Owen Anders and Miss ,
'were Mr.and Mrs. Boch and Mr. Krlslle Mast Gary Wilkins all of
and Mrs. Danny Luke. Palatka. Gary Wilkins furnished the
music Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins
Mrs. Bobby Gnann visited Mr. and Mr.and Mrs. Robert Jenkins, Mr. and
FOODFAIR Mrs. Mike Waters, of Mlddleburg on Mrs. Junior ,Green and family, of
Tuesday.Mrs. Hilliard. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders
Janice Williams and son Sr., and daughter Lisa, of Jackson
Larou of Macclenny, were Sunday .vllle. Billy. Jr., Scottie and Michael
A dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Anders, of Lawley, Miss Chen Red
Barnes and family, grave of Houston Texas Mr, and
Mrs. Ronnie Thomas and son of
Mrs. J.B. Taylor Sr., Mrs. Wyolene Starke Mrs. Hester (Hicks, her sister.
Day'and son, Keith, of Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs. Glen Shuford Cheri and
were Saturday evening dinner guestsof Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jenkins '
Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Mr. and and famllv.: of Jacksonville. Mrs. J g
Mrs. D.R.Brown Cynthia,and Daniel Johnny Jet 'tine, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill V1
Ray. Anders Sr., and daughter Lisa 'I
ALOF PFEIFFER" LARGE FRESH GRADE A Mr. and Mrs. Reddy Cox of Howey- gathered at the home of Mrs. Alma J
DOZEN In-the Hills spent the weekend with Anders, their mother, grandmother,
LOCAL her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George sister and aunt to help her celebrate
TISSUE EGGS Kellv. her birthday on Sunday. Miss Cheri I
Rrti DRESSINGFRENCH Redgrave plans to spend a week with
.j. WHITE OR rlwea Mr.. and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of her grandmother.Mr. .
ASSORTED COLORS .;: ITALIAN, 57C Graham, visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harris of
;. :l and Mrs. Harold .Eunice, on Starke. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
PKG. qyJ 1000 ISLAND Wednesday evening.Mrs. Teslon. on Sunday afternoon.
sAVE 77a''' SKILLET BRAND Robert Lee was a Saturday
80z 3/$1 SLICED BREAKFAST $ 1! dinner guest of her sister Mrs. Betty County Reached
:169c Tresca, of Keystone Heights.
: BOTTLE,, BACON.- Mrs Wayne Hardee.and children Percent of '
were Friday dinner guests of her Jl'BUY ,
rents Mr. and: Mrs.Fred" Carter,of Saving/Bonds Goal

i,: Ira Aar rw/r" r L. x.I., D.a.''.'' .w.w tt"'.. '.','-t >lay Mmi Hqt.>'Hodj", and,..yHanTandark. ; '.rq JJradfird. 'County* Volunteer Savings .
if''l'san' :
.gTiljujjj"'' T 7 irvTW1 FT 'tended! the ,stock Car Races Bonds chairman S.L..Peek.'SJr.'
utr, I BI Plumrose Cooked Ham I& *,IM M at Lake City, on Saturday night.' reported second quarter sales of
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Su Gr mat iwi .143.649 In the county 34 7 percent of
20 Ili f, a fs zr Hormel Bacon i... ...i. SI w w Johnette Tye, daughter, of Mr and its annual sales goal.
.. Mrs.John Tye, Jr., returned from St.
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: CQCJKS OfcLUiHT Fresh Pork Sausage ..,,*8 9 airm Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville on Bonds in Florida were $32.180.104.
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I Dixie Boys Tough; On Mound And' In Field" ; '> > I

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Outstanding pitching and an air !opponents to only five runs and seven reached on a walk. Johnson Is the All- teammates bats not warming up until John Johnson's RBI single
tight defense led the Dixie Boys All. hits. AU three hurlers had excellent Stars leading hitter after three Y the late inning, Clark took ear of Gainesville West was the next
Stan to three straight Impressivewins control and speed, but much of the games, with six hits in nine trlSIn -. things himself by firing no-hit ball victim for the Starke All-Stars. Tom -
In the District 7 double-elimina team's success can be attributed to the top half t* the sixth, Clay through four Innings. With the last Paladin followed In the footsteps of
don tournament at Mlddleburg'sOmega some of the best glovework seen In the pitcher: Lopez ruined Allen's chancesof 6 Inning being played Sunday becauseof Allen and Clark, firing a throe-hitter
Park starting Friday, July 14. tournament a no-hitter by singling sharply to rain on Saturday,Clark finished the and posting a 13-2 win. Paladlno
The Starke nine will meet the survivor The Impenetrable defense made right to lead off the inning. Lope game with ten strikeouts, allowing fanned nine Gainesville batters. *
of the loser's bracket tonight only one mistake In the three games teammates left him stranded at first, only three hits.
(Thursday July 20) at 6 p.m. In Die when catcher Eddie Winkler let a though, as Allen sandwiched a pop up Starke batters decided to back The hitters broke open the game,1>
event of a loss tonight, the Starke All- called third strike get by In the first between two strikeouts to snuff out Clark up In the fifth, when a walk to with a spread out scoring attack.
Stars will meet the same team again Inning of the first game, allowing the any scoring: hopes for Clay. John Johnson! doubles by Tom Chuck Johnson accounted for half of '
Friday night, since they have not lost _.runner_. to reach first The error turned The bottom half of the sixth saw Paladin and Ricky Sullivan, and the team's runs, scoring three times t,
Allen help his own cause as he singledto singles by Scott Polk and Clayton and knocking In three others with a ,.,
knock In Kenny Clark from second. Norman plated two runs home run and three singles Kenny",.,
Clark had been hit by a pitch and The winning runs were brought Clark scored three time and
i Chuck Johnson had drawn a walk before across in the sixth with Scott Allen collected two RBIs as he tried out all ,HI;
Allen's RBI single Both runners knocking in the doubling Chuck bases with a triple, double, and a" ,
had advanced on a passed ball, and Johnson, and then scoring himself on single
after Clark scored easily from third, ......................................
Johnson was thrown out at the plate ,,1
t Allen went to second on the throw to AY City Council Backs Dixie Boys With $ 400 : ;
: the plate, and scored one play later
: r when Tom Paladlno hit a ground ball ,."
; e that was mishandled by the Clay Starke City Council members put them In the state tournament.
shortstop. Tuesday, approved a special $400 Even with a loss tonight, the All- -'
Allen's hopes for a shutout were put appropriation to help send the Starke Starts would get another shot at the.".
s to rest in the top of the seventh. Clay's Dixie Boys' All-Stars to the state District championship Friday, since'v
third baseman led off the Inning with tournament in Pensacola next week. they have not lost up to this point in a\
an Infield hit deep In the hole at short, The Dixie Boys have won their the double-elimination tourney. '
stole second, and then took third on a first three games In the District Seven First game winner Scott Alien will 'I i
passed ball. After a strikeout. Clay's Tournament and a win tonight would be on the mound for Starke tonight >H'11
center fielder hit a slow roller back ta, .
t the mound. Allen checked the runnerat _I''. I'J"' 'I' ''Q''V""V 111I1 U" III'
Dixie Boy's left fielder Chuck Johnson Is out this time, but most of the third and went to first for the out
tournament be was dangeroivi when he approached the plate. Johnson was Mford but the runner had good speed an(1made BRADFORD cop ';'1
In the first three games, Including two doubles and a home run. it home for Clay's first and only h>p '
run. Allen ended the game with his
up to this point In the double-elimina out to be harmless, though, as Scott 16th strikeout. miligr 4
lion tourney. The District Seven Allen fanned the next batter on three Allen said after the game that he !
champion will travel to Pensacola pitches.The didn't realize he had a no-hitter going, ud
Monday July 24, for the state compe- Tournament opened Friday and wasn't feeling any pressure because .:-
tition. night at 6 p.m., with the Starke AI of the fielders he had backing
The three wins mark a complete Stars meeting Clay American. The him up.After.
turnaround from last year's per game moved along very quickly, with Gainesville West took care of First base Is clear, as It was most :'J
formance. The 1977 edition of the Allen of Starke and John Lopez of Gainesville East In Saturday's of the Friday Scott Allen fires to the SPORTSr
Dixie Boys All-Stars was knocked: out Clay making fast work of most of the morning game, Starke faced Clay** plate In night's 9-1 Dixie Boys
of the tournament In two games. ba Iters. National, with Kenny Clark All-Stars win over Clay American.The 1.,1, )' / r '
Scott Allen, Kenny Clark, and Tom Starke opened the scoring in the mound. Clark had a hurd act to follow opening game of the District '
Paladlno went the distance In the first, with Chuck Johnson's double after Allen's performance, but he was Seven tournamnet In Mlddleburg raw ".I
three victories, limiting :definitely up to the task. With his Allen Innings fire a no-hitter through six Herres Wins 3rd Straight ,;

Dixie Match . '
............,.......... Golf /._

Palatka golfers won three out of five Joey Herres of Starke, shot a 71 to I'".
Americans divisions in Monday's North Central win the 14-13 year old category. Marc
; Florida PGA Junior tour stop at Quail Spindler of Gainesville was second
Heights In Lake City. with a 78 and Steve Greek from ,, '
Palatka's Billy Tuten shot a two Keystone Heights was third with an .,
under par 70 to win the 16-17 year old 83 Luana Mundorff won the girls' r
With Win competition by seven strokes over trophy with 98.
Big Bobby Mauldin, also of Palatka. The tour will travel to Palatka July "
Richard Gaines of Starke placed 24, Macclenny July 31, and Starke
fourth with August 7, completing the
a score of 81, summer
AmericanThe tunior tournaments.
The ended for \
season wYf
Youth American League '

Tuesday night, July 18, as ,
Union County's All-Stars ';

double tournament absorbed In Tuesday's elimination their at Pratt second Street District first loss" : BRON OS ;

Gainesville American stayed tM ;
beating Bel Med American ;
A lack of hitting punch was p. "' ,4t1 !tM i ,1 i
problem In the two Bel Med 1 '_ I_._ ,\\i9W-tv HMMT
'losses, collecting only five x x- '' > ."
two games. J ..
The All-Stars fell behind
Tuesday's game, as Union '. ...,. .;. ". .' ''I
scored two in the first and r 4. ., .
I fourth The Starke nine tried
back in their half of the ,..: ; '
Bruce Simmons' double '. ,, : We Have The
John David Francis, who had .. .
Simmons then scored '
Reitz reached on an error, :
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score at 2-2 _.c _., 'Y' ,'

In the fifth, the American LargestDisplay
best made a valiant try at baseman Sam Norman makes the : :
the tournament, only to fall Saturday' Dixie Youth District Seven N', .
one run.Jimmy Schoening "
one run with a single, and '
brought across another tally Of BroncosIn : '
double. Schoening and Kenny
who had walked scored :\
again reached on an error
Union County added an Starke's'r
run In the sixth, and It r North Florida'EQUIPPED :
they might need It. Starke ,
bases with two outs In the
the half of the last inning, but
Davls's sharp one-hopper was
beautifully by the Union PAINTED JUST RIGHT
baseman, and the game and
had ended for the American
Reitz and Schoening -- ,
nix hits on the mound for '
both pitchers suffered from .
problems, with 10 walks ..;&.. a
game.In .
Saturday's game, ,,.G
National went with their ace GOI
Robbie Culpepper, and the "You're not going anywhere!
League Stars could manage American League pitcher Kenny I
hit, a single by Bruce Davis makes sure that the Bel-Med
losing In eight innings, 4-3. National runner gets back to third In
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Interview With Herb Thomas ..."-

Thomas Yeah, a fame played la meet them and see If they could; be

U you wen wed who! had the loac_ stint ,professional baseball l after Ty i =T- Buffalo. I WM Injured by Dick helped In any way And the wayllhe I
t.Obl)', 2S yearl, perbapa the names 01 Ted WUltame, Babe Ruth, w 1101' 1 1 Stollman,233 pound after he Jumped I Indiana started frog hunting wai'an \
Wilhelm would come 10 mind. into me at second and knocked ma out accident nobody knew that you could
Guess'Iatn, ft',.Bradford Herb That who IDumJaated U. protessioaal for 30 hour, It was 1929,, and my catch a frog in an airboat because if
baseball nab for Yarn.snty'a. brother and some other cam all the, you us*a canoe, or walk or wade, or
The son! of a farmer and mi work r, Thomas' warn bona In SamPlOlt city InI purr, way up to Buffalo to.ee me,but it was shin a light In his eye, the frog will ;
I 1902. Hh randmotber was Mari Wa *rtght. and b.. Uncle NewDan was ;yt.f the day after I waa hit, and 1 had Just sink. You have to hunt frogs completely -
Bradford Counly Tax AueNw for many ye..... Thomas proud of his Brad- u r come to when they got there I talked silent, that was the theory up
ford heritage and he "'*' that he thinks be <. th. beat all-around athlete the to them and they were upset because, until that Urns Everybody'll! tell ya'
county has ever produced.In they wouldn't get to see me play that now if you make a noise wading
case anyone taros to argue with TbDm.011 plus point, stabiles will speak So Saturday morning, see we were they'll sink. But now why It is they
louder than wads.truthLike a..baU immortal>iU7 DeaD IUd to AY, "It aln't fighting for the pennant, the coach, won't sink with an air motor fUMing,
bral8u'! If ." asked me If I could even show up at a I never knew about, I knew later, but I
doubleheader on Sunday 'cut he didn't know then, nobody else knew
In his quarter century of professional baseball play. Thomas collected: 1.234 wanted to pack the stands. I uhf then
hits with lifetime average of.310.Of the hits 407 were double..i were triples 'Hell, If I'm going to sit on the bench i But anyway what I did was I went
and 72 were home runs. The short of stature. S's") tall of talent second all well try to play! down there.and built the airboat with
baseman played 1,001 game from 1923 to 1MB,and earned numerous records text morning lien the hoapital at, the idea of using it In the Everglades,
and first(;.during his long and fruitful career. noon, went home and rested up. So, the first one to duck hunt In'one. We
Thomas wa the only man to play with pn bill players during World War I, ,.e;' we played and the first game went went 20 miles out and camped on an
between the two world)war, during World War II; and after WWII. He set the down to the ninth inning The bate Island. We'd go out and duck hunt
record for the most fielding chances (238) without an error for a second were loaded,and the count went to 3-8, early in the morning and late in the
baseman while play Ing for Buffalo International League.Also at Buffalo, on me I t hit the next ball between the evening. Coming back from huntingone
In 1929,,played In the first night lame ever played In pro ball. Scoreboard: and the top of the fence night, following the trail with the
Over the span of his career, Thomas played with more teams than any other and all three men scored. We'd been headlight, I noticed an eye In front of ?
player 23; Including the old Boston Brave and the New York Giants but two runs behind, .o we WQn the game me That's how we started catching I
mostly Triple-A baseball Wben be was Just 21. he set a Florida State League So. In the second game the' them, shining a light In their eyes on r
batting record that wasn't broken for M years, hitting .387 for Daytona Beach. f, ''to'4' 1 manager wanted me to atari again It an airboat. Used to be, an Indian
Thomas rubbed elbows with com of the biggest name In baseball history. F t came down to the ninth Inning again, would go out In a canoe and catch
Casey he played under for two seasons; Mid who all8dhlatka and we were two runs down. The approximately IS pounds all ,nightlong ,I ,I
ball pert, which Herb designed the prettiest ever seen, and bases were loaded and It came down paddling a canoe and poling
Ty Cobb who left spike marks on Thomas's arm that are still visible. to two strikes and I hit the ball within them. Anyway !so this one that luw I ,
To be called a best all-around athlete, other sports have got to come Into the rive feet of where I hit the first one. we went over him. and 'thap', he hit 1
picture, Thomas doesn't fall short hem either He was an all-state member of But it hit the fence and I ended up at, the boat. Saw another one,and 'than,' ,
!the Duval High School's national champion football team In 1921. and was the second base, and all three men he bit the boat Then I said, 'Mr. ",
leading ground gainer In his junior and senior.seasons with both team winning scored. So we won both games, S-2. 1 Culver, who I was hunting with if R
state championships. guess that was my most memorableday you'll steer the boat,I may have found
Duval also produced two state champion In basketball during Thomas' eo (('.something.' That's the way It"John 1
tenure there He was the ldillacONr: and was named Au-State, with a high -.' -

game Locally record Thomas of 34 coached points Starke American Legion teams to three District McGraw wa"tough, but he w :s:= ; !

Championships and one Area Championship in the 1990s. He was also the first F'.t.t '
full-Ume civilian athletic director ever hired at Raiford State Prison, working 7you Ip He was twice/ as smart os Casey Sfengoaw /." ,: I
there from 1950 to 19S3. He personally supervised construction of moat of the \ ,:
recreation areas and playing fields still in use there. Thomas was also the A s
originator of midget league baseball In Starke. >
Despite the almost endless list of sports accomplishments, Thomas talks thought about these players toda the St Louis Browns You know as a "
most about he and his wife's life In the Everglades, living and working with the asking for these outrageous salaries scout in baseball, as many of 'em as 'Of course, I had one 6-for-O game happened, that's the way frog hunting '
Seminole Indians. He grew to love the Indians so much in fact, that he has Do you think they're spoiled? they have, he can recommend 100 two 5.for-1I games and I went 4-for-4 a 'started from an airboat, accidently. I
deeded land to them In Bradford County to be used as a perpetual resting ..petfOC' Thomaa (Laughing) These guys men and if one of them makes good dozen times.Telegr.phl caught 28 from then on In 'til camp
while that's alright. Don't what i When'd you first go downto just reaching over the front of the
them traveling. today...See. they could throw at us, so ya' see I '
we had to duck the bolls and hit; too. mean In our day, they had a scout In the Everglades and get involved boat. thus,
Thomas was the first man to use an airboat for frog hunting.He claims to My lifetime batting average Is right every state; they signed five or six with frog hunting and the Seminoles? Then I got to thinking about
have Invented the alrboat which increased the catch ten fold.. He and his wife here .310 for 29 years. How many of players that I recommended but none Thomas: 1940, I ues..1 was still thing why In the world these frogs
were respected and trusted so much by the Seminoles that they were allowed to them hit .300 any year? of them were ever any Ruths. Of playing ball, went down there In the wouldn't sink with an airboat. '
witness an Indian baby at birth, before the Indians used white doctors and still Telegraph: Why are the averages course, how many scouts signed wintertime to hunt ducks. My wife's .' Telegraph: An airboat Is a lot louder .
had their own ways and rituals concerning birth. They have also been Invited to going down? Ruths? Only one, sister lived down there year-round, so than a canoe, why didn't they sink?
the Seminoles'Ceremonial Dances,which are held deep in the Everglades once Thomas: They don't study hitting anymore Telegraph: Which player that you I stayed with her. Her husband was In .:. Thomas Well...I can't let you print
a year They're all going for the fence. scouted would you say was the closest the lumber business. that, 'cuz it's kind of a secret. It's
The extremely diverse life of Herb Thomas Includes incidents which would Telegraph: There's still a few around to being a star? Telegraph: Let's talk about the air never been published why the frog
require a book to record. He was a member of the crew filming "Tarxen Finds a who hit like they used to, like Rod Thomas: My nearest star would have boat that you Invented while you were won't sink. A little ten-year-old Indian
Son," he has trained a deer to give piggyback rides, swim In the ocean, and Carew been Herb Score. You ever heard of :down there. girl figured It out. We were having
obey voice commands and he has traveled to Shark: River near Cape Sable In him? dinner In the Indian village at a
the first known wooden wheel swamp buggy at a speed of three miles per hour. Thomas Yes,and you notice the way Telegraph: Heard the name but don't Thomas: Well, the first boat didn't, ,council meeting one night, ten other ,
The list endless, so I'll stop here and get on with the interview. Thomas and he hits he punches and sprays the know anything about him, look like the boats of today. Just a Indian sub-chiefs there, and we were
his wife Peggy who was Miss Palatka in 1929-30 are now living In Orange ball. You notice his type of swing, Thomas: He was the ol' Cleveland stand, a motor and a propeller; no discussing frog hunting and the
Springs In the Ocala National Forest This interview was conducted by Cal that's the difference. We all used to hit lefthanderwho got hit In the I had wings, no guards no enclosures or alrboat See, I was representing the
BCT writer. like that. The others are very good eye. anything like that I built it to get a .airboat for the Indians, and this little
Massey him to sign when the Indians
hitters, for what they want now. agree
better way to catch frogs. Indian girl came up to her daddy
Telegraph: Are the players getting came in at midnight one night and got : Did ever get Osceola, the
Telegraph you any William McKinely great
-'If V WI>- worse, or are the pitchers getting his mother to sign; see, he wasn't of .
money from it? chief, and she says'You mind if 1 say .
better, or what? age, he was only 19, but he left for Thomas 1 should have but I never;,"' wxnelhlng? And after that, she told un U "
Telegraph When did you first get when did you become Involved with. Thomas: No, If Ty Cobb or Trls Cleveland the next morning with a did, except from making a living out, *, hell.s'
" Interested in baseball? them? Speaker were playing today, and they ITS.OOO contract He was from LakeTelegraph -
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Sampson City at six years of, age. High. School.. .played first team'basketball ;.:where they wouldn't ha ve to duel: .nd ? : How did..,Herb, do In his meet the Seminoles? rTbM. .asi Yee, very close He was a ,51
they had a local ball club called the for three years, first team they couldn't throw at 'em, they'd hit career Thomast I wanted to see the Indians,, 'great man. He was the last great chief
Sampson City Tigers. In the football and first team baseball In 600. They'd never swing at a ball Thomas Dh, he had a great career 'cuz my grandfather was In the first :"of the Seminoles.There are a lot'of
afternoons when I would come home 19192021.1 was all-state in all three only strikes. They'd take balls two or with the Indians he was probably one Florida mounted cavalry. In the .,;'suixbiefa: but he was over the whole _
of the lefthanders of all
from school, most of the men worked sports. I was the shortest man on any three inches off the plate, and never said top time they Seminole Indian War, himself and be group. He never signed a treaty with
I so hard In those days they didn't have team I played on. scored the most swing at 'em. Now the players swingat along told me all about how the Indiana had ;,the U.S. I really loved it down there;
I time to practice much so they'd pitchto points of anyone in basketball at balls over their head, on the been treated. It'd built up In meat my "many of.the Indians were my closest, ..
me. The pitchers would pitch to me Duval when I got 36 in one game. Of ground swing at curve balls that Telegraph: Of all the players or life, and I wanted to talk with 'em and ,friends. ,
to get warmed up for the big game on course, back then the ball was taken bounce on the ground; you've seen played for or against .
Saturday afternoon. back for a center jump after every 'em do it, you watcn a game with me who do you admire the most? Starke's Baker Invited To Olympic r
Thomas It would have to be John .
Telegraph: Were the Tigers a semiprofessional point. I gained the most yards in one day, and I'll bet that I show you : I
ten men who strike out on bad pitches. McGraw. He was the greatest .
club? football over two years. Then In 11122 I Festival Color doSprinllB:
You know what causes that, manager I ever saw or beard of. He .
Thomas: Yes, they were just a small signed with Jacksonville of the every. ..
with the Giants he the most
local team, they'd play teams from Florida State League.Telegraph body's trying to hit home runs )was pennants up until Casey, won Stengal. He Starke t high Jumper Milton Baker .Summer Sports Festival to be held In v I
Butler and other small towns.Telegraph Duval the national
Lake Did obsessed with : in football won senior Telegraph: Well, are the pitchers was a tough manager a hard has accepted an invitation to compete Colorado Springs Colorado, July 28-. "U s
: you get championship your but he was a smart for the South team In the U.S. Olympic 1><
faster today than when you played? manager 'I
the game after this? yearr right? McGraw twice Committee's USOC) first annual .The festival will bring I' ,
was as ( { sports :
Thomas: No, they were faster then manager f iil
I I did.
Thomas (Laughing) guess | Thomas Yes, the Tiger won it In- ''. together amateur athletes in,,';
42 In it finally Steele High of ,. Telegraph: What was the differenceIn smart as Stengal. \
,spent years 1921, against Dayton ,Olympic-like competition to '.'help >?f,
Telegraph Were your parents all for Ohio.' We beat them 210. We'd the balls back then? Telegraph Were the managers, more } ; and develop the United
'you going into baseball? f already played four state Thomas The balls moved a lot more strict back then? / promote ; ._ t:
Thomas Oh,yes. Back In those days and beaten them and champions ,when I played, 'cause we used to onli Thomas Oh, yes, they had bed checks :: ,States Olympic willet program national and.reportedly and- ,
you remember this was 55 year ago the northern champions and beaten use a dozen balls a game. We didn't and everything on you back then. press .'
Team will
there were very few rich people you,, them and we met them in a post.season throw a ball out 'til It had a big rust Telegraph: Speaking .strict JUles. be television in coverage.the track and field points meet
don't understand it now or don't know1: game. scored the first touch spot as big as your thumb on it They was Ty Cobb as wild a*everyone saidhe '.with kept!teams representing the West,
it, but if a man had a ten or 13 down on a pas In the last minute of threw spit balls, emery balls., was? East and South
JUid-west. competing.
thousand dollar home, he was rich. the first balk See, I was the speed Thomas Oh yes, they' forfeited a :, Baker the Junior College indoor
The money la. baseball was pretty man of the club and I wasn't used Telegraph: What's an emery ball? game once, when Cobb jumped into and outdoor national high jump '
Thomas (Chuckles) That's where
good, so they were behind me. hardly at all hi the first half. The : call me at second base and cut my arms for Santa Fe CC. has a
Telegraph: what happened next In coach put me in when we were on our, you rub a smooth with an emery It up, In St Petersburg ,We were ersanal record of 7'3'i' "and Is one of
your baseball life? :33-yard Unej. and on the second play -", ,cloth. Then you rub a rough spot on playing an exhibition game, the two from the South
Thomas: Well, we moved to PalatkaIn caught the ball and {ran for a 67-yard J on the heel of your glove makes the Braves and the Athletics. He was out jumpers in the Summer
ball sail. Now the ball has to be r competing Sports
with a semipro'team touchdown six feetbut he In the habit of '
1912,'and I played by was 'Festival field that will be limited toeight
there until I was 15. Then I went Telegraph Why'd you choose completely smooth, or a pitcher won'tthrow playing that way' and he was hopin' ore vertical leapers from the U.SaFy
into the Army; the first World War In baseball over football? it. hitter won't hit at it. I'd drop the ball But I didn't, and the haven't jumped In competition ' of the oldest I led the in Telegraph: They still spit on It every and In squabble .
the 19th infantry one Thomas: Well team and umpires us got a big since JUCO Nationals (May 18-19))
,regiments in the United States. We batting... now then. but they'renot' about It, the fans were yelling, and and haven't been able to work out ,
Baillon ready to be Did like baseball Thomas Yeh Cobb thrown out of the But
were loaded at TeleraPbl you got game. much this summer so I don't know"" .'
to batters think do
shipped overseas, when the armistice supposed don't.See.llICouted they he wouldn't leave the game So, ,how well I'll be able to do out there,
was signed,so I didn't get to go over to Thomas: No, I liked basketball batter.That's even if they for 14 Connie Mack he "was with the. abut I'm looking forward to Is," Baker,,*, _
should know
Europe, But I .was on the border at funny but I made a living out years, so I something Athletics, gave the fans back their said of Colorado Springs test Baker's ','
about pitchers, not necessarily just
,Mexico. .of baseball. There was only one pro- money and we, finished the game. trip will be all-expenses paid week In' I
because I was a
Telegraph ,Did you play any ball In' basketball team then, the New York ,Telegraph:. Who'd player.you scout for? Telegraph Have you got one game Starke high jumper Mutes Baker Colorado. He will be flown to Colorado ,'",I ;'"
the army? : Celtics. 'Thomas New York Giants that remember more than will be going to Colorado this mtmth I* Springs July 23 and be housed with '
., you any '
ntomast When I was 16, I played on Telegraph The Celtics were in New Philadelphia Athletics Pittaburg.and ? compete In the U.S. Olympic other athletes at the U.S. <,Air Force "
the battalion team.We played against York back then? other Committee's First Annual Summer Academy for the week '*,,\ I
the Chicago Cubs in the spring of 1919, Thomas: Oh yes. I was offered a contract Sports Festival. Milton won the National JUCO ,, 1 ,
They were National League Champsin to play with them, bull wanted Dominoes For The BUS grad. has Jumped I1H" outdoor title In'May with a personal "f \
1918. 1 was the only player to play baseball instead, because: the pay was Prepare and will be one of only eight high. record jump of 7'3'V! and has cleared jr;
against a major league team duringthe better. So I signed with the Jacksonville Jumper In the meet. 7'4" in practice. V J' '
first World War. with a major Florida State League team in )" ,
league team between the two wan, 1922. When I left them I was Women's Tourney i! ,\
with the, New York Giants and the'' considered by seven top sportswriters ; ,
Boston Braves and during WWII, as in the state as the best all-time; all- ft.hm's"uftOCO 1 i
an athletic director against major around Florida athieteL'Including Starke' Dominos, the'number one Friday's action begin at 7:30: p.m, BJ '" ,
players Including: coachingmajor John Red Davis* Sam local slow pitch Softball team, will with Lake City' number one team i'
league players. Danny Butt of the Tines-Union and Joe open against either the Legionettes of the Aero Jets, meeting the numbertwo N. Temple Ave. Starke I

Murtaugh was my second baseman. Livingston of the Jacksonville Macclenny or Lorelei of Gainesville In Gainesville team Continental Road Service 964-5008
.., the Women's double elimination Sub- Water The S-43: game pits Lorelei and "

':'If Ty Cobb'or Tr/s Speoker; were playing/ I held District In Starke Class B starting Tournament Friday to July be the On Legionettes.Saturday at 9 a,m. Gainesville's and Air Comlitieaitlc Wo Have .Ice "', '.j
number one team Chestnuts
I 21. at Westside Park. + ""f

today, they'd be.hlttlng, .600." 0 The In Starke Dominos Women's were undefeated Open-Church at 10- Game Dorsey's No., will 1. The play Dunilnoes the winner will then of Checked For "=2'8 I(FleliNe'I '' Worme50 + Tax r )

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,. 1 League play this season,, and will play open against -
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In '1W, f waS-$ayermanager.wdth' ,Jtsraar. You've..heard or' Joe' Saturday 10:15: a.m. against the 2.Saturday's schedule features TIfl. JIll'" !
West Palm Beach, playing against Livingston, of course. winner of Friday night's Legionettes -
major leaguer In my 25th year;in Telegraph I don't think so. ,Lorelei game. games the entire day. J-78-15 384i F-71-15 '28(0
professional baseball.telegraph 'Thomas He's the Gator Bowl 11 r
publicity man. At one time he was Critters Win 1st Sung Increase Lead '
i, league was West
Palm In? Daytona Speedway publicity man. ',Or i The Suns widened their lead with a G-78-14 314 L-71-15 410' ;.J ,,,.

Themast Florida International Telegraph: How'd you,do your first The Critters won their first game of two-win week in Small Fry Softball ,,, .. '
League.1 was one of the originators of the season,but the Rascals continued ;
Teams In Thursday, July 13, games \f..a
: I hit 396 when I was 20.Telegraph ::
the Florida International League.Wbe'n their first place pace in Starke Tee- Suns defeated the Gators the Indians ;
I came back down to Florida : then.*your pay In pro ball,, sponsored by the Starke got by the Yankees, and the Reds beat .All KeBy. Springfield: Tires ;
and I managed West Palm when we baseball back ? Recreation Department ,the Twins.Tuesday, '
went down to Cuba, the first year that Taenaaer $4,900 was 'the averageTripeA Monday,,July 17, games had the July is, games saw the I :
Cuba was connected with Amercan pay, and $7,500 was the Critters top for the first time in five Yankees whip the Gators 17-10, the Certified, Honda Custom Hand Wash 'i.
baseball in 1946. Of course) I playedIn average major league play Now. games with a win over the Zonken. Twins took the indiana S-2, and the ,
the regular International Leagu there were a few men who got more In the other Monday morning game Suns outlasted the Reds 10-7. Car Pick lip
with Buffalo, Newark;ands Montreal, than than. jet like they do today.Telegraph the Rascals defeated the Crackers. Current standings: Suns S-2. MechaniC'C a'a., .. sass l'" ,

which was;Triple-A: ball. !I'm glad you brought that Current Standings:. Rascals 4-1. Yankees S-S. Twins *., Gators U. 7 Days A Week Trks, I.. ?'" "" 1 (I
Telegraph'What about other .sports, ,. up because I,wanted to ask you what Crackers, Zonkers 2.3 Critters M. Reds_4-4, Indian,4-4, .'It L
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Page II TELEGRAPH July 10, ins _.

Tune-Up For State Tourney :;:, "j: :

Senior Boys 1st At LWCI ; _

Poor Boys Close 2ndTuning R l

up for the state. tourney In The Senior Boys have been Coach Jerry McGriff says ho think
Fort Walton Beach this Saturday, the gradually moving Into top form In his team'chance are good in state.
Starke Senior Boys took home the first preparation for the state. tournament "I think this Is the best team we've
place trophy In the LWCI "OrangeCrush" In which they finished fifth a year had. We've" got 10 good players, a lot ,, ,
Invitational. Tournament, cosponsored ago.! The 16-18 year-olds took second: in at depth. .- -,., ; '" ...
the tournament, Senior Boys
by Lawtey Unlimited and the Clvltans tournament in Starke
LWCI, this past weekend. July 15-16. three weeks ago, and the first place opened with two wins Saturday, which Starke Senior Boys-First Place.LUCI Tournament
at LWCI field. finish at LWCI saw the Starke team put them in the finals on Sunday. Front' CI-r'>: Steve Crlffis.Chuck Colbert Bill Coodgr. Kevin "\,el. Richard
Five local teams competed In the play some of their best all-around ball Lawtey's Poor Boys avenged an McRee. Lynwood Kitchens coach Ricky Norman, Mike Jackson ('hub'John '
tourney, with Lawtey's Poor Boys to date earlier loss to the Senior Boys In _. Back: Jerry McCrlff. coach Wade Winkler, Jerry Blalock. Randy.
coming close In Sunday's final game This Saturday, July 22 the Senior Sunday's first final game, after Lawtey Poor Boys first baseman Corbin,Mike Kitchens Kevin Tillman.Glenn Cnann Al Chapman. .
before settling for second place with a Boys will meet District One champs, battling their way back In the loser's Buddy Paterson led all hitters la las Not pictured: : Randy Andrews John ...er',Jerry Sulll..... Mike Andrews,
13-12 loss to the Senior Boys. Other one of the teams from the Ft. Walton bracket, by administering a 12-1 4w-day LWCI tourney,going IfrforZsIB James Barber
locals In the six team tournamentwere Beach area. The Starke. Boys will be whitewashing Larry Brown had a sU games for as almost
New River, finishing 1-2, going into the state tourney with a 13- home run and a single In the game, unbelievable M9 average I
Madison 1.2. and host team LWCI, 13 record against men's league teams while Buddy Paterson had what would
which didn't fare too well, falling In thus for and a 9-7 tournament mark.If be a normal game for him going 4- wa
their first two games. Hill Electric of a state title Is In the future for the for-4 with three singles and a double.
Jasper also competed in the tourney, Senior Boys, then they will travel to Paterson led all hitters In the
taking third with three wins and two Sheboygan Wisconsin. August 11-13. tournament, and probably had the
losses. for the national championships.Water's most outstanding tournament of
anyone this season going Wfor20'lnfive
games for an amazing .800
average ,h
Grocery The last game of the day was a
proper ending to an exciting and well .f lw dl+
Hwy 301 782.3737 Lawtey played tournament. The lead +.r
,. exchanged hands three times, but the +- t
; Senior Boys came away with the win
This: : 'Weeks: ; II12: Mike Kitchens had a perfect I o t ,+. /
game at the plate for the winners,
for-4 with three doubles and
!going 4- a
'ia'ls smKle Kitchens was the champs'
.S'p.e leading hitter going 6-for-ll In the
four games. Chuck Colbert also had a
HOIK tournament, hitting at a,800 clip
Fri. Thru Thurs. July 1-27 with four hits in eight trips. ,

Lb.Lb The race for the home run trophy One of the few bright spas In boss -.
SELECT BEEF LIVER 59 proved to be as close as the final
team LWCI's weekend third
_. was
? ? Kumo. LVYCI's Alvin llulyn won the baseman-short fielder Alvin Lawtey Poor Boys took the second place trophy In the L\\'llournamenl
98 trophy slamming three round- Hulyn. held thin past weekend.The Poor Boys battled out of the loner's bracket to force
$1 who earned the home
CUBE STEAK__....._._ :..-__ trippers In two games, but not without slamming three roundtrlppert run trophy In two by the Starke Senior Boys, winners of the tourney to the final game on Sunday
00 some pressure from two of the Poor before bowing out 1312.

NECK BONES.".._..__...___..._____ 3s 1Lb Hoys.Reddish Larry had one Brown homer and apiece Dogmeat going games. Hurse Hopes Team,

into the final game, and each man hit -
SMOKED HOCKS_....".. :....... "... ...._69 one nut in the middle innings. Brown ,.rTni. Gets 'Fever'
lai-fd a double his last time up, so !

BOLOGNA ..___.._..._,___._ Lb;.._____,__.99 llulyn didn't Reddish have to worry about hit him With Fall football practice not far
though a
anymore off Bradford High School'* prospective
towering drive to left field his next at- football players are working( out
bal but Sr Boys' left fielder Mike on their own this summer and HI/IS,
COMPARE ('orblnjumplod got his glove about Head Football ;('oachatid| Hurse
four feet over the fence to make the hopes the "Do You Hcmembi-r'
EVERY DAY LOW PRICES ON catch and save the home run trophyfor stories the TKLKCKAIMI ran I he lust t
II)In. two weeks have helped those individual

$229 Post 202 WhipsG' workouts
T-BONE STEAK ... "I hope those stories generatedsome
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SIRLOIN I STEAK ______..............._...$219. yule in Big Win I t tI tMqM tu we'll have enthusiasm,coming among nut in the he( players Full"!
Hurse said in reference to the stories
$189 Keystone's Post 202 nine took a that recapped the l'Hi.\ ; and 1I1! State
ROUND STEAK..__._....."' ''.....___ giant step toward making the league Championship football seasons lit
tournament this last Saturday with a BUS. "I think they did. That kind of
FRESH GROUND big:3-2 extra inning victory over rival let them know what a winnncr,look!
$ Gainesville Post loin the first game of
AMBURGER BEEF.Lb__.__._ .?__119! a double-header. like."I 1,,would like to see the group of
players ,we have coming, out, inline
The second game here In Keystone KaJUmtch the. J .,.,\OLD:; .:MLW) UKE ; .- .. j.-J,.) on the Joel Bryan Field was called'In j if,5 >qMda'HleuJliehErgaatly, sp n\Wtfst't
of fifth 'dO
the bottom the thnlng 4o IIddml, 'Tbu8'i''laam.rtlll, :.{ \
12 Oz. Cans 49 rain,and brought quite a bit of controversy overall strength of any learns I'\e
$1 I from the Gainesville Coach Bob coached and it was a direct result ol
BEER 6 Pk COLD Hawkins, r. 4 MMp, the weight work they' did over; the
bummer That can serve un ,un,
I'ost202's overall record now standsat example for the 1B7B-79 plavers."

I Saturday 17-16 the Keystone Post 202 Toby OUlow fires. a high hard one for Post 202 in their eight-Inning 3-2 win "I'm pretty well satisfied with,the
R.C. COLA & FLAVORS over Gainesville Saturday July IS. way our kids are working out 'thin!
nine will travel to Jacksonville for a The
of them
league game at 2 p.n. Dillow went the distance In the win that pushed Keystone'lleague mark to 8- summer majority are
6 and moved them closer to doing what they need to do, I am 11
a playoff spot.
16 The League Tournament
z- $1 9 begins little disappointed that some of our
& PEPSI I 8 Pk July 28 through 30, the place to be announced key people haven't shown up to do
Plus Tax A Deposit I next week much weight work. There's onh four
Amerigas (Div. Of Ugite) weeks until 'we start fall practice
39 MI PER GALLON (August 14) and they need \to gel
Quantity Rights Reserved Subaru FE Coupe EPA rating 50 ready." '
mi highway 33 ml city average 39 Now Has
Jazz, ;Feed '- :Seed: ) '," !Fertilizer, ;:; \ ml onrequlargas Limned Quantity '*'A very high percentage of the'

&' : Westside Volkswagen/Subiru industrial Gases In Starke fellows who played on those two
; Hardware
:. ', .' 1150 Lane Ave. S Ph. 781-5511 teams are doing very well now 12: or
13 years after they graduated Most of
them have been very successful in
Oxygen Welding Equip. business or whatever they have gone
into. Nine of them coached football at
1 1 Aceteylene & Supplies another.the high"school level at one time or

"It appears we'll have more.sopho
Call Lawrence At mores on the varsity squad in the upcoming
season than we've had in the
last few! years."Hurse said. "In a way'
that's a good sign because we don't
B.F. Goodrich Tire Center keep them up unless they're capable
NAPA of playing varsity ball. It's good to
Hw,301 I. 964.6600 Starke know we have some players that
young that are already play Ing at the
varsity level."


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_.. July 20, ml TELEGRAPH Page j3

Audrey Kite Operates "'
i? v. "\ } "1 given to privete
.i 'Z'J '>1"THE CIRCUIT/ COURTBCHTHJUDICIALaRCUnr PImmantaI l non-profit agendas or .
agencies.: Proposals In a '
form pescrfced by the Board Bookmobile This SummerPerhaps
.. .. must be
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ,. recived by the close of tx-ainess on ,

BRADFORD COUNTY Betty Ann Long Edwards); this said West, along said Northerly boundary Monday, July 31, 1978. you've seen us as we shovel Into an operating concrete; f
property qualities for the homestead tax Sixty-three and: Six Tenth ((63.6)) feet to e Don I'roI fS.bWdat: hould streak by, the fat brown machine and mixer while watching girl 1Id short
CtVILACnON exemption. but Is not ConstitutionHarrasttad a concrete: monument located on the at the Dletrlct: III l Mental I. We're on the street Tuesdays, shorts walk by. He took a flip but not
a' Case No.7267 for the purposes of this levy Southerly boundary of North Half (IN EWOO"eafth Board office at 1441. N.W. 6th St, Thursdays and Fridays !taking fun over the girl.

1 SCHEDULE A la as follows: 1/2)) of Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4)) I Gsmesvllto, Florida 32601 for and laughter to those who reach Into a Then there are the recipes old
ei He: The matter d the adaption of: PARCEL B: Six acres In Southwest aforesaid; thence: South Eighty-eight 1tchg eClflcatione: 7/20 end further det lla. life beyond their small world through fashioned ones, proven southern ones,
lit DANIEL ROBERT RAIMONDO AND oomar of NE 1/4 of SW1/4. bounded ((88)) degree. 'Thirty-seven (37)( ) mlnutta the pages of GINA MARIE! RAIMONDO. West by West Ine of HE 1/4 of SW 1/4, end Eight ((08)) seconds West, along last and lots in-between. But most of
North by State Road S CODA, East by aforesaid Southerly boundary, Two May I Introduce you to this all are the readers who make our Job a
N011CI OF SUIT private road. South by South line of NE Thousand One Hundred Thirty-one and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL fascinating machine as you travel rewarding enjoyable, pleasant
1/4of SW 1/4 of Section: 31 Township Thirty-eJght Hundredth (2,131.38) feet CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD with us up and down the streets of our experience There are serious ones
NO PROPERTY 6 South. Range 22 East. to the point of beginning. COUNTY FLORIDA community. My name Is Audrey Kite light-hearted ones grumpy ones,
PARCEL C: AI of Section: 36 Township EXCEPTA CASE NO. 77-279 and my machine is the Bradford fanatics, philosophers westerns,
TO:; DANIEL A. CARWCCI, Address 8 South. Range 21 East lying South of parcel of land lying In the Northeast County Public Library Bookmobile. I romances religions and sports -
1610 83M. Brooklyn N.Y. 11228 Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT Fractional Quarter (NE 1/4)) of Northeast QuarterNE ROBERT C.WARNER and MILDRED S. wanted an Interesting versatile every kind. And each adds to the richness
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an W 112 thereof lying South of said reU- ( 1/4)) of Section Twenty-five ((25)) WARNER, his wife Plaintiffs summer Job to fill in while I wasn't of life.
action for Adoption of Daniel Robert road and LESS AND EXCEPT that part Township Seven ((7)) South, Range vs. teaching school. Well. I got it! I am
Caked and GIna Made Csriucci .hMbesn of S1/2 of SE 114/h/lng West of the East Twenty-one (121) East, Bradford County MICHAEL J, GARVEY and DIANE J. now a full-Hedge Dear Abby, Mother Well you've been with -us on the
fled again Denial A. Cartucd One of Lake Rowatl. Florida; said parcel being more particularly GARVEY, his wife; THE UNITED Earth Weatherman News Commentator road and now I'd like to take you Inside
you PARCEL D: N 1/2 of N 1/2/ of NW 1/4. described: as foNowa: STATES OF AMERICA Defendants and Social Editor. Each day the main library where we workon
end you are required to serve a copy of LESS AND EXCEPT aU that of NE brings and different
part Commence at a concrete: monument new experiences Mondays and Wednesdays. Here is
yarwltt.ndehrra,1anytoIt.ontfepWrtiK. 1/401 NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying South end located at the Northeast comer: of Said NOTICE OF SALE to keep your senses alert and tickle where team work pays off. They are
attorney, whose name and East of the canter line of Alligator Creek; Section: Twenty-five(125)), and run South Notice .to hereby given that pursuant your sense of humor. very helpful In getting the right
address to George H Pierce, P.O. .that part of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying One ((01)) degree Nine ((08)) minutes to an order or a final Judgment of foreclosure Mondays, we make a mad rush to materials together for another run on
Drawer 1030.StarM, Florida,32001, and West .of the center line of Alligator Three (COOl) seconds East along the : entered In the above-captioned the Nursing Home to get the latest the streets. There are always helping
flit the original with the dark of the Creek; all that part of S 1/201 NE 1/4 of Easterly boundary thereof Forty-six andTwentythree action: I will sail. the property situated in score on the bowling game, and notice hands to make our machine a rewarding
tow'* MyM court on or before August NW 1/4 lying Northerly of the center line Hundredths ((46.23)) feet Bradford County Florida, described as: the sparkle in their eyes to hear their experience for every kind of
14,187ft'' : otherwlae)I Judgement may be of Alligator Creek; all that part of S 1/2 to the Southerly boundary of the right- All that portion the West 1/2 of Lots 1and fame has leaked out. For those who reader. They sea us off, and are very
.entered against for the relief of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying northerly of d-wey of S.R. 18; thence South Eighty 3, with the fractions attached In must do a lot of resting as you relieved when we you the cantor line of Alligator Creek; and aR seven (187)) degrees. Eleven ((11)) minutes Block 18 In the Town of Starke, more approach their room, you almost haveto home safe from another day's run. I
.demanded In the complaint or petition. that of the SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 wait for them to their horses
part lying five ((06) seconds West. Along said particularly described as follows: atop wonder why they welcome u* backso
WITNESS my hand and the seal. of Northerly of the center I,. of Alligator Southerly boundary. Twenty-six and Beginning at I point on the South line of and dismount, or drop anchor to their ? You think they heard me singing
Mid. Court on July 10, 1078.GIbartS. CraaK, al In Section 8, Township 7 Sixteen Hundredths ((26-16)) feet to aConcrete Call Street 83112 feet Westerly from the yacht. Through books their lives go on "Lord I'm Coming Home?"
Brown Aa dark of Said Court South Range 22 East. monument located: on the Northeast comer of the said Block 18. into many directions and over many For your convenience the public
byr Beulah M. Moody, as Deputy Oak.v PARCEL E: All that part of the fractional: Westerly boundary of the right-of-way ofa thence run Westerly along Can Street 30 miles. They become young and free library will be adding an additional
7/13 4tcho 8/3 S 3/4 of NE 1/4 lying northerly of the graded County Road and the begin feet thence Southerly at right! angles to once more to obtain all their unlived stop at Lawley. The bookmobile will
canter Ine of Alligator Creek and East of curve concave to the North of dreams.We he at Kelly's Restaurant on State
Lake Rowell; N 1/2 of N 1/2 of NE 1/4; having radius of Ten Thousand Thirty- begin-'ning : Road 223 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE al In Section 1, Township 7 South, eight and Thirty-one. Hundredths brick building formerly known as the have many Interesting visitors will be al Lawtey City Hall from I
r EIGHTH JUDIClALCIRaJlT Range 21 East. ((10038.31)) feet continue thence N.J. Jones Store property and more come aboard our machine. In fact a.m. to Noon, beginning July 28. Clip
IN AND FOR Said lands containing 422 acres, more Westerly, along said Southerly recently known as the Futch Building. one Tuesday we had two such visitors. out and save.
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA or ..... In Bradford County, Florida. are boundary, and along the arc of said How would you react to being shownto
subject to rights of way for public roads curve.: Three Hundred Sixty and Four at public sale, to the highest and beat live baby skunks within the BOOKMOBILE: SCIIKDl'I.K
I CASE NO. 78777 and for drainage ditch Hundredtha ((360.04)) feet aa measured bidder for cash, at Bradford County confines of a bookmobile?! But the Monday Slarke Nursing Home10
aa the property of the above-named along a chord having a bearing of South Courthouse Starke, Florida, at 10.00 humor doesn't stop there. It's even on a.m. to 11 a.m.Tuesday .
CONTAINER CORPORATION OF defendants, and that on the 14th day of Eighty-eight ((88)) degrees Seventeen. a.m. on July 31, 1978. the streets as we drive by. I've Santa Fe Lake. Midway
August 1978, at 1200; o'clock: noon at GILBERT S. BROWN watched a State Road Dept. employee SR .
AMERICA a Dataware/ corporation ((17)) minutes Thirteen ((13)) seconds Corner, -21 10 a.m Noon. New
Plaintiff,, .:, / the Bradford County Jail I will offer for West to a concrete monument located CLERK CIRCUIT COURTBy almost eliminated when he stuck his River Sit 100. Moonlight Enterprises
., sale. and sell to the highest bidder for at the end of the said curve; continue,, : Beulah M. Moody Deputy Clerk -1230p.m.-2.30p.m. ,.
vs. cash, ki hand, the above-described thence South Eighty-nine ((88)) degrees Itchg 7/20 Legals Friday Kelly' Restaurant. SK-22.1
( property, aa the property of the said Eighteen ((18)) minutes Fifty-two ((52)) -10 a.m. 11 a.m.:, Lawtey City Hall
RETHA E. LUKE AND WESLEY M. defendant to satisfy said Execution. seconds West along said Southerly it a.m. Noon Handy Way. SU-16 &

LUKE, DOLPH E. REDDISH, SHERIFF OF boundary. Three Hundred Thirty and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR action for DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE SH-231. 12-30: p,m. 2-30: p.m.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Two Hundredths ((330.02)) feet to an Iron BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA, has been filed against you PEGGY Come and see us at these stops
Defendant 7/20 4tchg 8/3 pipe. Hereinafter(. referred roes 'IP) for PROBATE DIVISION SUE HARRIS and you see required to

point of beginning. CASE NO. 78-263-CP serve copy of your written defenses, if FSAC Annuul MeetingSet
NOTICE OF ACTIONTO IN'THE CIRCUIT COURT OFt From point of beginning thus described, FILE NO. 1-2959 any to It, on the plaintiff's attorney,
continue) South Eighty-nine (89)( whose name and address la James.
RETHA E. LUKE t BRADFORD COUNTY CASE NO. 75- degree Eighteen. ((18)) minutes Fifty-two for Sal. July 22
: 2GB IN RE: Estate of MADGE PAULINE Flynn Esquire, Pierce & Hardy P.A.,
WESLEY M. LUKE ((52)) seconds: West along said Southerly MIDDLETON, Deceased P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida
9363 I Windsor Lake Blvd. boundary One Hundred Ninety and 32091 The Florida Slate Association ofCooperatives'
and file the original l with the clerk
Columbia, S.C 29206: J.D ERWIN PE, Plaintiff, Three Tenths ((190.3)) feet to an IP NOTICE TO CREDITORS of the above styled court on or before annual meeting will beheld
va. located: at the beginning of a curve concave TOALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR August 17, 1978': otherwise a judgementmay Saturday,July 22. at 9 a.m. at the
CAM office located
You see notified that an action to quiet to the Southeast end having a DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE may be entered against you for the relief cooperatives in Archer.
title on the following described landa Defendant. radius of Twenty-five. (25)( ) feet thence ESTATE: in the complaint or petition Over Sot persons are expected to

located In Bradford County Florida: NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Southwesterly along the arc of said WITHIN THREE ((3)) MONTHS FROM WITNESS my hand and the seal of attend. A program entertainment has been!' arranged and
AB that part of the South half of the curve thirty-five and Fifty-five THE TIME OF THE FIRST said Court on July 18 1978. including
Northwest Quarter of Section 15, Hundredtha ((35.56)) feet aa measured PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, As speeches.For
Sheriff of you
E. Reddish Bradford
Dolph Edith
Township 6 South Range 22, East lying along a chord having a bearing of South Clerk of the said Court. more contact
are required to file with the dark of the
Florida of
under and virtue
by a Thomas
County Shirley Jackie
Easterly of the light of way of Seaboard Write of Execution heretofore Issued out Forty-three ((43)) degrees Fifty-nine ((59)) Circuit Court of Bradford County, by: Beulah M. Moody, As Deputy Clerk Smith at 782-3778. Clay, or
CoaetKna: Railroad, LESS AND EXCEPT of the above-entitled Court. in the above minutes Thirty-six' ((36)) seconds West, to Florida, Probate Division, the address of 7/20 4tchg 8/10
13 -3/10 acraa described as: Beginning an IP located: at the end of said curve; '
have levied the which to P.O. Drawer "B, Starks, -
Northeast of Southeast' Quarter styled cause, upon thence South One ((01)) degree Nineteen :
at comer following l property, situate, lying and Florida, 32091 a written statement of :
of Northwest Quart** of said Section (119)) ckLo : I
dim demand have
being In Bradford County Florida, to- any or you may :
of the above-named
South the
run thence West 203 feet thence aa property against the estate of MADGE PAULINE : .
South line of wit: and that the 14th of .
17 114 degrees West to defendants on ) day
A )of land l in the North Half MIDDLETON. Deceased. Each claim '
pares: lying :
dd Southeast Quarter of Northwest August, 1978. at 11.00; o'clock a.m. at
of Northeast Quarter of must be in writing end must Indicate the ':Sal'e '
(N1/2)) (INE 1/41)
Quarter., 'thence East to Eastern the Bradford County Jail, I wI offer fareyenhL.alL.oJh..NgineeLih Meat" : u.\
'". .Section Twenty-five (125)), Township abas, for the claim: the name and
MId'Souta.of ,
boundary Northwest*. Quarter! '' 'thenceNorth''! ''to' ,,I'6'iiJiWfJlCdwNf' Ragetw.rgaefisTllEst 1"">cash, p In nand" tin. ',abow.deaar// ei-r,ja. *....'.t Um.CrmHtor or his Agent erri I
end the If the
Attorney, amount claimed.
Bradford Florida said
County, ; i
AND FURTHER EX- the of the ,said
point of beginning, property aa property
< claim lent yet due. the date when It will
more particularly
parcel being
CEPT AND EXCLUDING THEREFROM 'as follows: defendants to satisfy said Execution. become due shall be stated If the claim One Day Only -
3.83 acres described aa follows:
to unliquidated the natured
Commence at an Iron pipe located at the BRADFORD FLORIDA contingent
Commence at the Northwest comer of COUNTY
the uncertainty shall be staled. If the
Southwest comer of said North Half (IN :
the Southwest Quarter of Northwest' 1/2)) of Northeast Quarter (NE 1/4)) and 7/20 4tchg 8/10 claim:\ Is secured: the security shall be Saturday July 22, 1978
Quarter of said Section 19 and. run North described. The claimant shall deliver
run North Eighty-eight (188)) degrees
88 degrees, 60 minutes and 40 seconds Thirty-seven (137)) minutes and Eight ((06)) AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A sufficient: copies: of the claim to the dark 11 A.M Until SunsetDiamond
East, along the Northerly boundary ther- seconds: East along the Southerly COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN to enable the Clerk to mall one copy touch
01, 1130 feet to the Easterly boundary of boundary thereof. Four hundred fifty- ELEMENT AND MAP BY BRADFORD Personal Representative.
the right of way of the Seaboard Coastline nine and Twenty-four Hundredths COUNTY, FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCEWITH ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
Railroad; thence: South 17 degreesand (450.24)( ) feet to s concrete: monument THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. G.
44 minutes West along said Easterly located on the Easterly\ boundary of the COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING ACT OF DATED this 10th day of ,July 1978
boundary, 304,99 feet town iron stake for 1975 AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER
right-of-way of State Road 200 (US301)for )
a point of beginning: From point of point of beginning. 163 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES MARY AGNES FERGUSON as Personal Meat Company

beginning degthus described, continue From point of beginning thus described: TO: ALL CITIZENS TAXPAYERSAND Representative) of the Estate of MADGE
South 17 and 44. minutes West run North Eight ((8)) degrees Fifty-one OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS. PAULINE MIDDLETON Deceased.
along said Easterly boundary 646 feet toan ((61)) 'minutes and Twenty-seven ((27)) YOU AND EACH OF YOU are hereby ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE:
Iran stake; thence: South 72 degrees seconds: eeet, along said Easterly and herewith given notice: In accordancewith : RICHARD E. WELTY Chicken USDA And
and 31 minutes East 285 feet to an Iron'.1Ike boundary, One Thousand Two Hundred Section 125.66, Florida Statutes 954 N. Temple Avenue
; thence North 17 degrees 01 Fifty-four and Thirty-five Hundredths that the Board of County Commissioners Post Office Box 995
minutes and 30 seconds East, 491.3 feet ((1,254.35)) feet to a concrete monument of Bradford County Florida at a regular Starke, Florida 320919049641UiO StateInspected
to Iron stake thence North 89 held 10:00 A.M. in the Beef
an ; located: at the beginning of a curve concave meeting to be at :
degrees, E6 minutes and 30 seconds: to the Southeast and having a County Commiaslon Meeting Room, 7/20 2tchg 7/27
West, 93 feet to an Iron stake; thence radius of Fifty (60)( ) feet; thence in a Bradford County Courthouse St rk..
North 13 degrees and 29 minutes East, Northeasterly direction along said Florida, on Monday. August 7. 1978, will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Pork
197.66 feet to an Iron stake; thence Easterly boundary and along the arc of consider the) adoption of an Ordinance JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA INAND
North 77 degrees, 36 minutes and 30 said curve, a chord distance of Sixty. relating to: FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Already Packaged And Frozen
seconds West 176.43 feet to a point of four and Seventy-two Hundredths AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING A

beginning ((64.72)) feet to a concrete: monument COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN CIVILACTIONCASE
located at the end of said curve; said ELEMENT AND MAP BY BRADFORD NO. 78-192
hes been fled against you and you are chord having a bearing of North Forty- COUNTY, FLORIDA IN ACCORDANCE WILLIAM HARRIS. Petitioner Starke Texaco
required to serve a copy of your written nine ((49)) degrees Eleven ((11)) minute.and WITH THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT
defenses, if any. to It on Edward Twenty-Sevan ((27)) seconds: Eat; COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING ACT OF I vs.PEGGY SUE HARRIS, Respondent
McCarthy Jr., Freeman, Richardson, thence North Zero ((0)) degree Twenty. 1975 AS PROVIDED FOR IN CHAPTER 231 N. Temple Ave.
Watson, Slads McCarthy& Kelly. P.A., eight ((28))) minutes and Thirty-eight ((38)) 163 OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES NOTICE OF SUIT ;
plaintiffs attorneys whose address la: seconds West, along said Easterly YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN NOTICE NO PROPERTYTO ,
1200 Barnett Bank Bkfg., Jacksonville, Boundary Seventeen ((17)) feet to a concrete that a copy of said proposed Ordinanceis : PEGGY SUE HARRIS, address We Accept Food Stamps
4< FL 32202, ((904)) 353-.1264 on or before monument located at en Interaction available for your Inspection at the unknown '
e,1 September 20. 1978 and file the original with the Southerly boundary of office of the Clark of the Circuit Court, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an_
:4 with the dark: of this court either before right-of-way of State Road 18; Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
,J service on plaintiffs attorneys or Imme- Florida.
tense North Eighty-nine ((89)) degrees
dletely. thereafter; otherwise. a default Thirty-one ((31) minutes and Twenty-two EACH AND EVERY PERSON having
>11 will be entered against you for the relief ((22)) seconds East, along last aforesaid any Interest whatever In the enactment
demanded In the complaint or petition. Southerly boundary. Two Hundred Sixty of this proposed Ordinance should
,WITNESS my hand end the seal of this and Six Tenths ((260.6)) feet toe concrete appear' and be heard at the time and NOTICEOF
i court on July 18, 1978. monument; continue thence North place herein prescribed

I Eighty-nine (89)( ) degrees, Eighteen ((18)) BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS 'I
minutes and Fifty-two(52))seconds East, BRADFORD
I, Aa-Clerk of this Court along lest aforesaid Southerly boundary COUNTY, FLORIDA.By .
One Thousand Two Hundred Ninety and ; Gilbert S. Brown Clerk
'. by Marian Deputy McRee Clerk Mnetv-four Hundredths ((1.290.94)) feet 1tchg7/20 PUBLIC HEARING ; !
; to a concrete monument located at the
beginning of a' curve: concave to the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
7/20 4tchg 810IIN / North'end having a'radius of Ten REGISTER

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ALACHUA, Thousand Hundredths Thirty-eight((10.038.31)) and feet;; Thirty-one thence In Pursuant FICTIOUS to Section NAME 866.OB, Florida For The Adoption Of The Bradford CountyLandUsePlan

'an Easterly direction along .last aforesaid Statutes, notice la hereby given that the J JIn
NO. 78-7-CA Southerly boundary and along the are of, undersigned Scott Sackett: Rt. 1, Box
MANUFACTURING said curve a chord distance of Three 360C. Brooker, Florida 32622, doing .
COMPANY an Illinois Corporation, Hundred Sixty and Two Hundredths bua"Jr1dar" the firm name of
Plaintiff, (Doom) feet to a concrete monument "SAOETTS..Star Route, Hampton
N located at an Intersection: with the Intends
Bradford County Florida to
J.M. EDWARDS and B.L. EDWARDS Westerly boundary of the right-of-way of register said fictitious name under the
his wife d/b/a EDWARD'S DAIRY a graded County Road; said chord provisions! aforesaid statute.
FARM'Defendants, having a bearing of North Bghty-elght l .
Scott owner.
((881) degrees Seventeen ((17)) minutes Dated this 20th day of July, A.D. Held 7th At 10 A.M.
'. To Be Monday Aug.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE and Thirteen ((13)) seconds: EastMet 1978 at Sta.... Florida.
1:1: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I I. aforesaid Intersection being located at a 7/20 4tpd 11110INVITATIONTO .
Dolph E. Recktah, Sheriff of Bradford Distance: of Twenty-six. and Sixteen The Commissioners Room In The
I f", County Florida under and by virtue of a Hundredths ((26.16)) feet Westerly of the \
.<' ,Write of Execution: heretofore Issued out Easterly boundary of said sectionTwentyfive BID
"k of the above-entitled Court. In the above (25)( ), as measured along a The District III Mental Health Board Bradford CourthouseAll
styled causa, have levied upon the chord of said curve; thence South One Inc:., to seeking. proposals: from potential l County
J.1 following property, situate, lying and ((1)) degree Nineteen ((19 minutes and contractors: which are capable) of pro t
being In Bradford County Florida, to- Forty (140)) seconds East along Westerly viding preventive, educational and treat-
wit boundary aforesaid. One Thousand Two mart service to populations that are"at
(i That real property Identified on Schedule} Hundred Thirty-eight and Sixty-three risk" to abuee drugs other than alcohol.: Interested PartieWilllJe'HlardIt ,
I A aa parcels B, C. D, and E, said parcels: Hundredths(11,238.31") to e concrete: ) The project .kt to be designed to provide
bearing respectively,tax par II numbers monument located at an Intersection: outreach: dale: Intervention, and referral
4213 827, 4723 end 828. This property 'with the Northerly boundary of the right- services to Bradford, Columbia; Dixie.GNchrist. This Time ,
t Is owned Jointly .by. the Defendants of-way of State Road 221; thence) South : Hamtuxv Lafayette..,. Levy,
except for peal B. which Is owned by Fifty-three degrees (83): Fifty-five (Bb)) Putnam, Suwsnnee/,. and Union ,

the Psfsndant 8.1, Edwards (a/k/a minutes. and Twenty-seven ((27)) seconds :oust e. Preference for fundng wM l be .-. h
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Catherine Jeffers, HOME NOTES ..::'; M ;8. ,Pat'Spengler S: ks' I uruani'1}

M iV." .
Ronald Cobb .
\ by MaryS.YesrlaYourCounlyExtensba "

: Married July 10 Home Economic Agent .,'",'I; Re-Election to District 2 I count 1 1Iwanti!

Catherine N. Jeffers daughter of CLOVES While a Clove tree In blossom would

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jeffer and Clove When forest after many first centuries discovered, the in be a ravishing sight this would pre.vent School Board SeatIncumbent

Ronald S. Cobb all of Lawtey. were Indonesia. were xplorers and our enjoying the nail-Ilk buds as.plce. I
united in by visiting .Once the buds I.
marriage Monday July 10, botanists. all enc.mnted with thefragrance open they are no
by the Rev Will Wright of the and were of this tropical longer useful as a spice. It lakes from Pat Spengler' has School Board Association. I.I
Methodist Church In Lawley In the beauty 4.000to7,000dried Clove bud to makea announced she will run for reelectionto "1 feel it I Is Important for small Ads .1.1I
presence of a few friends and evergreen tree which "must always, pound spice. Clove an availableIn her District 2 School Board spot. counties like ours to be heard on a i' .
relatives.Mr. see the sea" in order to thrive and be both whole and ground form with The 92-year-old civic leader is state level." said Spengler. who was '; i
happy. her first to the Florida Select ;!!aloe anrtsla.. "
many cooking use for both They are finishing up term on the also appointed
Starke used whole in studding ham and pork; Bradford County School Board. Committee on Education.J!: CUSTOM "ADCDRAPEalESI
in pickling fruits; spicy sweet syrups "My main concern was and till Is I w. are MOW.
I BEAT and In stews and meat gravies the classroom" the board member SERVICEMANMcClell.n cteeklac. bte ol .........Fro .,
3SOCIETY said. "I feel strongly that the 'Back M ..&........ beat 8&.,....
(From .... Basics' education 1 Is the best thing Joins The Navy pbona 496-!!16. $/24 tifrke \.5
DILL SEED that baa happened to education in Gregory B, McClellan of Brooker :.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.
and Mrs. Bobby Welch and Flossie Dill once thought "to hinder has enlisted In the U.S. Navy for four Trlai oil ...... with
have had Mrs.
family of Savannah, Ga. will be weekend Melton of Lakeland as guests and Mrs. Lavinia witches of their will." has also been Mrs. Spengler ran for political years and Is currently attending eight GeS_ 0'...'...' Batra

I guest of her Jr.parents, Dr. and Lewis of Jacksonville Thursday over used medicinally and a* .a nerve- office for the first time In 1974 defeating weeks of boot camp at Orlando. .,.......T..I.c........,.A.aad..laatactlu ...- ..
Mrs. 0.1. Haynes After boot seaman recruit
calming tea. camp
Incumbent H.A.
night Miss Mary Addlngton and 24-year ..
; 225 W. MaJ L.k.Salle
Dr.. ,
McClellan win have 30 leave and
Carlton Faulk of Jacksonville over Dill feeed is the dried fruit of an Lawson for the District 2 School day 6/22 Stag 7/27
Mrs. V.V. Hazen of Gainesville the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Victor annual plant of the parsley family. Its Board seat. have the opportunity to earn an advanced .
visited Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen on Nettles of Lake Butler on Sunday. leaves, called Dill Weed come from "1 feel that In the last four years I pay grade by sharing his .
SundayMr. 'he same plant. The seed I is small have become more Informed or experiences with his contemporariesand :'fASPET: INSTALLATION
tval-shaped and tan colored. helping them to join the Navy. Exporteaeod. la ..
school financing and would be In a
and Mrs Drew Reddish returned Students graduation completing at the end requirementsfor of Summer Both Dill Seed and Dill Weed are better position next year to understand McClellan'next assignment will be ...-. ...... .bled atehtaad "
Monday from a vacation at to Great Illinois where he weekend work. CaVRallord.
Term 111-A from Starke are: Glenda mainly sold in the whole form. Dill this complex budget and school Lakes 431-1KJ alter 5P.M.
Chimney Rock and Ashville N.C., Lorraine Baker Charles Wesley "Seed Is essential In making dill picklesand finances" she said. receive six weeks of self paced train- .
three days with Mr and Mrs. Glen Davis Calvin Keith Arnold. William is excellent in meat, Uh, sauces! "I am proud of the fact that In the ing In his selected field as.a machinist
Reddish In Fayetteville N.C. and four Stokes and Thomas Sherman.Mr. and salads cole slaw, potato salad four years I have been on the board, mate. (,
days Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Royster cooked macaroni or In sauerkraut Seaman recruit McClellan was -
with the local budget has been In the blackat SEPTIC TANK A GREASE .
In Augusta S.C. and Mrs. R.P. McLendon of Dill Weed Is particularly suited to the end of each year and we have formerly an employee of Joe's Saw TRAP,. ._.., sew Uaoa.reaaopabla. .. :.
Starke and Mrs. H.B. McLendon of salads sandwich fillings. and not borrowed any money. I have always Shop. Enlistment was by Navv Joo F.,.,..,
Mrs. Nelson Green Is visiting her Miller who Is in Starke ........
i Orlando attended the McLendon uncooked mixtures all well as to voted with the best interest of Recruiter Ron 4311022. All *
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and family reunion Friday Sunday, July crayfish and other boiled fish dishes. the student and taxpayers in mind Mondays and Thursdays or by .............. 1/31 U/ch8

Mrs. Ed Hudson in Blountsvllle, Ala. 14- 16, at Marlanna honoring Dr. R.L. Dill Is a European native but today and I hope the citizens of Bradford appointment.
for two McLendon who was 84 years old. 34 some Dill Is grown In this country and County feel I have served them well." Barnett Complete ........ r.... 496-117
members of the attended. much Is imported from India. Mrs. Spengler has been very activeIn
family 7/IT
Mr.and Mr.Joey Bakken spent the civic projects and community Basic Training 7/13 3Uh.

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mr. and Mrs Brad Locke and sons For further Information concerning affaIrs. She started the Girl Scout Airman Cliff II. Barnett son of H.E.
Bakken In Goldsboro N.C. household write to Barnett of Starke has graduated at CLARKES SAW SHOP
your County
of West Palm Beach were weekend your program in Bradford County was ...
of her mother Mrs. Shellie Extension Home Economics Agent, past president of the Woman's Club Lackland AFB Tex., from Air Force CempUte harpealoc. -
Mrs. J.II. Fields has had as visitors guests via. hand circular. .,
of Jacksonville and Gerle. Mary S. Yearta P.O. Drawer 1028 county representative for the March basic training ........, c..... ...., .leave at
Mrs. Elsie! Lyles Starke 32091. or call 964-6280, of Dimes for 20 years and has held c,... s......,'. Sapply
John Lyles of Melrose on last Mrs Harry Mooty attended the Extension!: 284 (Starke) or 4962321 every office In the local PT.A. In Airman Barnett is a 1974 graduate Lako .....,, ,lIa tfaINSURANCE
Wednesday Mrs. Mary Bates and funeral of her cousin Miss Beryl (Lake Butler). This service Is free to addition she has served on five sub- of Bradford High School.
daughter and granddaughter of Holland in Gainesville on Tuesday everyone without regard to race, subcommittee's with the Florida
I'hclps. N.Y last Thursday and Mr. afternoon color or national origin. '
and Mrs. Charles Fields and Mrs. '

Wayne Fields and baby son of L ri i-rt- BIG DAYS!
on Saturday.

Mrs. Bobby Allen of St. Petersburgspent "ftfo I POM;;I l Lprices fp{ EAGLE w w a'and .INSURANCE. Agency! Rlkerd, t...._larut .-
the weekend with her
parents ... Dealera Beak B.. dl....
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Dinkins. P......498.2101. Lake Butler

Mrs. Richard Cunningham of

Keystone Heights a surgical patientIn MAINES AGENCY 110 INSURANCE S.Lake. A....,
North Florida Regional Hospital. plummet Lake. BuiUr. 496.3978.

C. pl.t.laarsac.8.rvlee.iiyoii .
Mrs H.B. McLendon of Orlando

spent the first of the week with her "Ti"el;;:MTab eT

brother E.L. Matthews and family. ...eet..... coverage byphone.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Petrclla. Mr. Save like you've never saved before! Up to 36 off! AGENCY. 496-2126 JOE tSHER., 496-

and Mrs. Larry Bruner Col. and Mrs. 2903.
II.M. Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. John .l.. 'hX

Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson /' K! ...1.1l
of the Strawberry Swingers .
lanced! with the Friendly Frolics ____ \ ... .- '" I ':f R: ''lENt .
Square Dance Club at the IBEW Hall -s; -- FAMOUS MAKERLEISUREWORK I I! !
II -
in Jacksonville Saturday night. II"- /MEETM I 'f.ct--} ; .. \ .....
.. I j 1 BR. 2 bath, CB ten*.
Mrs. Mary Lou Black and son -- ( SLACKS SAVEI .n '\ bout S milt..out ., Iowa
I tt ... fIOLL ; with fireplace.,. CH/A
I Wally, spent Wednesday to Sunday II- g u-- ...... 'I I..... yard call 494-2134
with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Edwards DrMl. 'MMITAL DAVNSI% 4 e day or 496-2502 .'1"" 6/29

I and family In Naples. fi r, : .... .... r .J dehg. ..... ..
Mac Baldwin was In North Florida c 1ft J u'' w/ : a ,, .N ,
I __ 4. --370..1. .:: : : 1 (oUs :d FOR RENT I. j" Id I
J Regional HoNpital last Tuesday to .. o..;J1 .. 4 BR ._..... portly ''
Saturday for leg surgery. '="'" 1 \t ._ ,.,wusmmi .. ._.... 3Fa, e ,........eet owl unfurabkod.JOM .
... Some ore .
mbe ,. .. V.,.,, Realtor.' Call
,. Christine David and Karen Black .o.oj : 496-2121 or 494-2903. Itchf

Ii are spending five weeks with their [O SAW 2.. SAW '"'' '. 71 J d\\I T/20
I father, David Black in Salt Lake City DRY CHLOMINH ,,, -
Utah. I I .
39 1 e -
7UWw WA.67C .
Mrs. James Montuoro and WASH .tp '
daughters\ of llopkinsville. Ky are % annular fwimrto koooo 81wdy .ol Mrs w/Nay) Pine1ei.l sys.5/y a .W 1511N -- fQ R ($A t'
spending I several weeks with her -.M-.ee a.- ......Prise W-- 11..s.N aad5 P-' .. I : 7'" 'Q'r .

parents Mr and Mrs. Mac Baldwin I J 7 OAVC 11%'
while waiting for their furniture to be I SAW I"" 1971 Gt.II&... Boat withBur "
moved to their new home In Tampa. o 'r weNtlaGU. MBSH CASUALS HOUTSLIIVfWOMMWT*. '''''.'. 16' beg, and
4' 1STOUAUTY t;,.( 100 HP E.I.,...
'( ... Motor. Cell 496-2098 .,
local admittances to Bradford A r- WIM3 44 FULL CUTCHAMMAT' 4962114. -
1 r ';n "'/ Itch
\ I 1\1 j\1 I 2.0 *;
County Hospital. this week include: 1... \ ", ... .".... J It' {JtLUU.MEN'S \
from Starke Floyd Barnum, Mrs. aiM _... Dane Baggy, .condition,
.' 6... r Wee 7-is. 'A ge
'Ihwl.i 'llqUIlY| Mrs. Carolyn Kay, f J '. ft! 3....7 .J with winch, I40O, located.
Mrs Mamie I'arrlsh, Miss Clara ... I I, WIII.JM' ( l'I, I Little 8p,.... Rd.Jaet hard
Itcitz. Mrs. Isabel Lee, \Ralph i. / ,/V- hit. .....' I" ..... road before ...r.... seer
(Mxlue.. William LeMire Christopher ":. 'h fj'l ', ,\ W..W..'", lint dirt reed
;; 1 ..
44. -./ .. ...
I'resslvy and Mrs. Juanita Ferguson; SAW 1.00 11 OZ en right, deed .
GrUUa 7/20
\ Randy Itpd
Mrs Addie !Ithoden from l adord; SWIM AIDS 24.." SURF RIDER Sia3$"VINYL BOAT hL : DENIM ;
John Shone,Curtis Griffis and CliftonPrevalt *,' fr ...... ;) Moving. Sale! Hotpoint r::.
from Lawtey; and Mrs. DI.C..770 DIP0101 1 .47 waa r 9 97 MM' "'" TANK TOPS It. cheat Ireoxer 8125
Jimmic I'odbcrsek from LakeGenuvu .. .' I ....
Keep MM ...... oHaet with na..d vinyl will n. Na .r oriel .LIy VALUE
.ring.r"walef wlnge'1 1011.15.by.orhrpump, rape and hand*repa*alb CONTRAST 8200 for eat ee.al..t.r .
f SAW 10" MEN'S DENIM JEANS TRIM IN eerly _.rIca. _eet. minor
Mrs II.M. Iticharde spent the :. SMLIILl ....... 135. 280 N.W. 2nd8t
-3: BASKETBALL SHOES nlici7. Lako. Batler, 2
weekend with her daughter and story
family Mr. und Mrs.! Lyle Buck in ==: DAN.MPOCIfET'1.00 ;\ ti ::....2 64 MeevfwelaM. Indigo" dyed .: t:, 1.46i 7/20....ItpdBULLDOG behind. pent .,fI..,
-t. .
1'dldtka. a denim.HMO tog,In 21-M weal L..
,[:IoTIIANSI'TOtt% 'Y Sue. I,,. L, '.'2,
RADIO urn for Tale,
pnpplat ,
Mrs Thelma Mendoza Mrs Gloria: T1" t' r beyeW-.,yaWM'10 L I \ l&m. Cal 4962291 or 496-8401.

dimes and Dr. T <;. Hitch iif ,' ..'t:!,, 2.88 '\:: I I __ ...... 'toJ- "Ave' 10"l 7/20 lUhgCheat
Jacksonville spent Wednesday of last j. WAa.Mr"'" 41. :. 'AVfWTO"" )0ir

week with Mrs Currie: Hitch. I' ',-""", ,M ....1I't.-. C Jl; : nNNISHATI _4 NOVELTY
.J' I' PRINT TSHIRTS Freeier 9150, pew
l "AVU." 'f : ;- IN BBNIM a I r
IN .,.
8. Table Saw
t ,
Mrs K G Duncan of West Point, .
.AW-J.t": 1IIyQILUdf FISHERMANCAPS' Camper topper, $7$.
Gee 'is guest: the latter part of the weekof BRANOS ASSORTED PLASTICS + ,A88T. BOYS Microwave ..... 1905 '.
Mrs I.I. Mrs. .'.WKiiK.ml LIGHTERFLUBRAZOR g.yOLT ..
VmtnK. COLORS 1 Upright P,. call 431-1522 /
Mrs. I O I. llensley: Mrs WAS 83 umRIlS -- DISC. 77 ...w --... .\1 I. 1.77 alter 6 ,... 7/11 2tpd 7/20 1

Mjrwin \IAIOI.11011\ I [friends JoW rRlC. .. 1.66 I wsRS3.eChas ; 1 '

.... Crloi.4 Ngidr. ... a25C ( ] _._.eeM.adw r.ha.Meenle 0.... VALUE !L l l teat W TO 14? J 'i.' ......II.. droned or ... : ajdreeeod. :
Oeed Newe '''.tool We05.J 6 by r Band
Mr: and Mrs: It. K lurnipseed: \ tree '' CROSS-STRAP S.NOALS New Zealead. white -
Orl.mdii were SuntLiy visitors: of lr. :f v rod, CalUornnua. sUn '
and Mrs II II. Ad.imsA I [I._it"I I \ \ Paaidi 2 94 1./ ......., ...c...., lees, Iryeri,
II DYALUPONT M tfff \.. r .I agea aad ..1....., call .. I
} fl/.rt7f:J 120Z. .....Iq- vinyl ._ 'AV! SAVE! 10" .f&er' p jp 496-1499 or 4962513. -
\ visitinl.IlI'r grandmother t:. .
noru Welly is \
I .11Tc___'.' 9 fitUkg 7/30
Mrs Jane, Ward lit Cocoa a CLEANLit. CREW $10N0lNM
Iteuih this week .. [ .. .OCKSWITH I
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.11- ._( r 1.4,,. r. CUSHIONEDSOLE ''i!!;! ., ) WESTERN JEAN*..IN XI Chann.1 C... radio. breed |
; 10-13 I. new. never beep peed 849.
Mr. und Mrs. Wil Mendelta of SIZES! "
_- .;;: Dlac..ac. rvr7Y: : eaU 2lpj;
: 4964568. 7/11 7/20
.Jacksonville, Carl.i Taylor and t-... <.r; AV ,
Kohbie Underill of Gainesville mid J NCas..ART : I..
Mrs. H W Unilcrill of Indi.ill.mticwere : 7 Y WlIII arrsz WINS 4Ae : P.UOHAt I I
weekend guests! of Mr. and Mrs.. VALUCM.U8I MgWq: :: H VALWPl.USI : 31

.1 ill Mnncrief: ut Kmusley\: Lake 2T7IM"BEACH TOWEL ATP WITH SOCKET WRENCH SET VALUEPLUSI" .,st (ct$ I I

Dr' and Mrs. (Glen Davis mill Mr. 3e97 CONOTEtN11LR 'OtiC....lCi. 88 "CA&6CHIHIA"CASUALI' ;; ,. TELEVISION REPAIR""AT I'

;and Mrs. (' L I'affonlof Jacksonville'Cave !.115. 1. ......... 97 u.- '110"......." .,./... 1'IIIC.5.88 01; DISCOUNT PRICES ATJIM'S
a birthday' dinner SumUiy for Ca- 1.w.1."I"" __ WA.t'f# r.ret151 ..kr -. Ira.... wx..d"M 'v :"0.... Malp 8t, ..........Ier. 4.455. .- I
Mrs III. llulson ut I he (Davis home. .ie,.
ThiM [from Slarke Ulll'lIIlIlIl.W"I'p\ vM.tmrt.ust' /ant.........m n15.vsH.,.. I, .... 2985.1/2 tl/ehg,
:Mr iiid :Mrs Unison' und son Kevin V \ .TIC ._- GAVE 10" .. ... ".1)' ) NEED CASH W. hey J."
HANG U( O SURE ANTE r .. Irr and I
andTern l i I'owell J enra.pl.kape track.,Ja
IL n
'PLANTCRWTRAV (( __ .FtRSPMIANI...y-..... i .. 8 '\" "j., Shaw 418.1529.6ifs Ray Poult, 4"-11$1. \ Ior .
:Mrs': 1'wl.1I; Ijiwsmi was vlhi'inl-t' .. 1 r 1 t ( -", )vI -
relatives" in Savannah (.rl, and -r J 990 930 I I .

Ilainplnn| S Y retcnlly / DIaC Pw1C1 1ft'" i h wMi4e J ;': ,- JUNIOR j t \ / 'L''"r, \ .G.ltde. ...... .T..I.... sad.. a fast E-.Ida'V.p y ,1

I I ...
:Mr' and I Mrs. Itolterl' N. Miller of LIlli ii JJU SIZES I II I i 1 1AW 0... .r 111.0 "Adr.we
I &4- Q .n ilJI ii, r.\ .m, ..., take .
.I.M: 'ksoiivilliwere weekend guests! of Bwller. 6St.lg ". EBASYSITTINO
:Mr. nod Mrs ':.li Hill lit Kinsley 2.11 LUGGAGE U1'w: rALU PLUS, "Y II .7/11


I Miss Jean; Muiuly eol TiillahuHHit* CART ,..... SHAMPOO 7OLd. PDIMO1 3 96 OtK.PIIac. 6.88 -WCMASMBO .. 2:N; $rr/ .....te .. tiles hi yeere my h., 4...... w
will lln 24.. S 512.. im
hKiKl wiikeiul with herlo.ither I 2tckg 7/27
| OS2rA 8 WI Leer..990 1.a. .Wnbu.was. __.... -foie; bail'MeM salt.. i sear_wfo.Mr.ol hits. 1
Mrs W It. Mim.lv."A "'
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.NWL to N.se 100101150.011.SU '" cap -
.. ......."...... _. U40 -1) .IppW USE THE ,""VNDaA"A't ,;
.M J.1, ,." >> WAS at HWY 100 by ... '
.m..n ulllll'/ pays dear' .I .| ;"is;;7r;; ::,:':. "' !" ,.S"41' 'iluw, sad..,.W..... ..oral... 5...15..... a.". ; I!'
31SUr'ke ;
a.0niCifiAM-TTEPRICES $539i;'
for J. ,Ralph\1"1111 W-ldo rruq minors..lily.. : 1'.I: : ,," Attoodaat oo ...,. llo/7/20

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i 1 Tuesday Deadline noon fer preceding Insertlon-!, L Br! LD r: unIJlW.'t"d. 1P. 1 r .Floriland Realty .. \

J Thunder bl4W. ptiMle-f' 3(3 N.Temple Ave.. C), :: .. "
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| s.0 fla -.tee -, -IIQI U. ,'> I' I I.-tt> "" ... "I Stark.*.Flo. '... ,
cnerge sLIt,| ... SEWING MACHINES: .. ., ...."..

I J (Each Caver word* if Wonts ever is) I J : W 7:: ', !I .REPAIRED......, ..... ..AI.d ............... _., _(,..t.liff'Wi. .! _, {t Jh"''''' : t'' : I Let BR Very garage Near...Te. *e Every-Largo rr'r' rt ,

I* It cents ,.flJ.U" .. .(1)110. i'i''MTONt .IIiijU'I1iER. (7 Work tuar.et....lease '' .{ .8.1Jo

' ,Net responsible for t .. St..........,eereer.1 Merge* rWANfU: \ C r. _.i thieaVery- --eeey- lecvac ( IREALFY
terror* when given Read sad Hwy 18.,tlkj axle. Bed Ikre. WU pick. ep. I
ever* ..AiiU'HAlt
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME ArgaeTma I stm,. 3 BR I BAfreme weed
I the phone or when copy! .\ lake. Cettaf*.. T 1974.: GENERAL CARPENTRY. BALES. m-MlMI. 0,.. 1 highly fort...... ,.... 967 hem, ever. 10 O I _
l's i net'YPed.M brought* ,>....,. ...tltl,. .. ....klyI ..... Bead, nearly ...B ft.b WORKi Deer kaeglag, day e ..... tffahgUXUKI 6071. d/.... years eld le feed : ,
Vt. thi .f 1k.. BR. ti.s.scie. letatolwd.lMludln *g .ad. ..If ......... eaeaUee. and .......... 9(44084. '--- eedltlee. HOME "77(7e30SN.TEMPLE
....-----.. ( .tllI...."* lew *. ....,. 4 1 -...... 9I. 60. fh 4tpd 8/> i --- - -

Key.tan.fir. I75.00 e.r ...... ,.... ..-.1IU. Itckg t/13 ,: (j( R t $) ; .301....AUCTION.. Every r..N.......7i30 ef II yes .... e large kern '. lB:: STARKr', FLORIDA
tllgkli a.. 6 BA wIcks
K ; tan SIGN PAINTERS MAKE I CM tale BE. 4 Cecelia. Terwlllegar
4732614. ll/ca. HOUSE FOB SALiii four MONEY. B. e Rigs paintereew. I",.. "". .. . *... Dealer A...... 1.... ... *f boeetlfeUy bed Lucille Conner Spry
......*.Cewrete kloch eeIwe .Free ... ... Send IliSO .... Caa.lgameata ecaped yard.Priced .. eel ,. ...G AssocIate IiIBIC
-- OP STARKEt ,... ..1..... Uoder.
Rd. i ..... BOW '
CASH FOR aulcld
GOLOi $ .
.. city
.r temped eavatape w> Rudy ethriad. Seiefcl. d...... "Ir Ml'C420 :
Pheee --......, 7/6 4tpe 7/27 '
964-M64. .
diaoaitd, la 7taCALCULATOR
(walry. c Itpd '
the I' Paiateri Hi.Maser P... BM-OOZO. 1640 SealhWane -- ,&.
Waat I .
.|I .....1 geld. WIt vhll yeeeajwkcre. te BuBdT I12..se .- ,
-r--l Bo. 398. W. ..., Fie. BestS %
((301 la
Ph... Mr.Rltlieae PATIO COVEMi 10.20, cad ep let. ,., eel.. t* CIty oc '
FOB' SALE I'T1 T.y.le 47J-IOH9.. 3/9 '101". ,/ZO Itpd 8/, sterkU.,... Sill .......... Limitedef.lv. -- WCNEED

Corolla. .... .*..d.rd ..."., ll/che; SIGN PAINTERS MAKE HONDA 1971 ISO ... I syl.,: GATOR '....964.7700 ASfR R', HOMES TO SELL.
A/C. BOW U.... canonical. - .Jot had .. ALUMINUM 4020 N.W. LMIDI3A '
MONEY Be L.. .1... .* l a. Venal.. P.Odes..GILl
700. Cel 473.36NO, 13. HELP WANTED. DENTAL FORREST e alga peletereew. 13th St., G.I......... Pbeee <>OOD \
.r .Free ......_.... Send ... New battery Eicelleat ....Real EctateBrekor : INVESTMENT. ,
1210. U.IehArARrMNT. HYGIENI8T. Fell er pert IT WEEKLY ...._ ........ le Rudy ....,U...
,,' -.__. II... K.,...... H....... Fia. the Slge Peleter, E.Meier. ... llpd 7/20 E...... ...-147. Cypress 1
Call 473-455 Ice ee ..... or WATSON'S HOUSE OF PRACTICAL & PRETTY: 903 W. -
FOE view. ez DAILY Bee 398. Walde. Fie. ; Tu.aaey VACUUMS<<: Maey breed Pearl Aed row. Atrium. I BR IB, CH&A. family
tfckg SUJEuliniM SSOAi el coiy room
.... .
LEASEt D. '289" T/29 Stpd "' A........ 944 T719
...... _
- ..tr.*. Gdeeedltlee. aew *. Deedmehm LR. DR K, picturesque covered patio nearly
......... <<:CH/A Well. W.U .
: : -- -- least
_.... Call 473473S prefer er 473- tlbte III......, .... OFFICE: HHOP ; : j jI ..,... at Seaekl el 8t..... end ........1.. let ell Acacclate 7824898 SAMPSON LAKE MH with BR
; 4 2 B.
ISIS allot I .... Itch*; 7/ZO ...dItl.., Culllle".. fcc.. PHONE! IlllfflliEXPERIENCED : luh.. ,120 lOtb vacuum .,...... 404 N.W.. 923.300.
I1.75O. Call 473-2038 alter S $1 984-6784 Ave. Galaeovlllo.

POE 8 ALE i 8Ii..I... .... Itpd 720COUNTRY ,;r.J '- ,I, ,_ : :: : KAWASAKI" 19731 173 Dirt ,.... 375.7110. d/.... OWNER FINANCED 212 Redgrave. ,3BR' J8: (

Dm Set. 'I..... meelhe.eld. '- Bit*. Light. .... laat. Adult lets ',*,,
Nlee Piece* mint ACRES<<: 10 : ; COOKS eweed end rid..... 6300.Call UTILITY BUILDINGS All 434 W. Madison, 4BR. J8 CH&A ': /
eeedltlea. Still ..... acre* with graded. read sal oip, :Hi.: .li : AND WAITRESSES Fall ""-41115. Itpd T/ZO ........1 prewired, receptacl Lillian C. Pearson Lot Little Lake Santa Fe- $14,300 Ii

.......". Regularly 1.800. aide.. High sad dry ..... I end part ...... Apply I. .. ..., Mghl ......... Ighta.toege Lot near Klngslay I '* A-99,300 .Jf'l
Wil Mil fur (800. 473-2671. Aperesiaiately enlle. .. ....... .. ,.... ..11.! ,--.'-.--, .. .. end (neve ....,. REALTORBRANCH 7000 CB bldg bus. or warehouse I
Ited 7/20 Iii Nerth ., K.'*..... WeIss please. Trail .........., 1 Delivered sad cot .,. OFFICE Store & 930,000
Living \
qtrs. Lawtey
Realty R..It_ 259-1170. BUSINESS PROPERTYlCareer ...,. lukg 7/20 Fbwuemg available.. up t* 48 US 301 NORTH ,(%,( .
LOST, STRAYED .. Itck.( 7/20 el US-MI sad 8R-215 O : :jfE: t, ; .-... le pay 60 *.... FLORIDA, AFFORDABLE 2 story 40* N. Walnut, large 'lot

STOLENi 8a month ... le Lawtay, I...'.. L. ATTENTION PARTY .: .,......... Sewkl. .1 ........ 7824806 113 N. St. Clalr' (20,000 ,,&t ,.

...... PMk-A-Pee. vtalBlty el LOST Teach ..1... D..k,. P.O. Bam 556. See PLAN Our 31el ,.... M44020 er 8644011. d/.... I I/1 acre pared 612 Lake St., 2 houses tit. ;

OMIUU Peed, Hili...... retriever .. Lake ......1'. M..... r... 32088. 7/20 died Now euetkig Dee .. t.,.... ON KINGSLEY LAKE I ...t... ee graded pleated reed, *l( Lake St. 3 houses a .'

MI..,.| .1... Thuredoy. are*. Aoewere t. Cold Bed. 8/10 gilt cad jewelry.. DI... BR House by the year, (165 SALE OP THE YEAR T. ..... agri. ..".... te Green Acres lot (5350. L(',; _
J.ly II. CUU beertbrokeo.. LARGE REWARD 473- aid ......, ....... ... pm* elsa ep .... SJ3-: (000 Lafayette bleat Drive I c..... front (8.959. with 718 Laura remodeled home '
REWARD 473-4098. Itpd 3732. lufcc. 7/ZO WANTED TO Highs* _.1....... N. ..- 2261. tl..hg 7/20 T retable with ...... ... 12 1/2 percent dewe.S MH Euclid & Epperson St. >i/t!;
7/20 Hard .......... Or take advaetage ..d-.d.. .. LR 55 ...... ::
ESTATE SALEt I...., weed .t. ,... ar hardweedjet .. cur cpeclal UNFURNISHED"APART. .....,.. with AM-PM.S1 ._.-- -- LOCATION. LOCATION LOCATION, Call us for
te with SBR ,,...
FOR SALE ..,.. F.11.i furalter. pet.paea, ...I..... 782-3632.pulpweed 7/20 taegth. ...... hoses elfar sad MENTl Small. (73 ', ".t.. e.r ....... cud Marentraa. ...... is graded iced unusual opportunity near Holiday Inn. & Best
S.... Batht Evcrylblac elect GO Itcbg bk per I C.It..... 2001 Western ,
Eieellont MBdlUMlSft. e party eew. ITfMt FlberglaMbeet. _...... CI..... Trleet er write Sa.U'i .,.... Will haNdle. __ ___ )
Joed tor Ihmmg er Racldeece. July 12. JtROMAt Parthw Avon C... OO001. 70 watt ,.. ......L OalyMth S 8.7 ..... SR-100 at bOA LARGE APT BLDOi Fully rented .... tax beneflti" _

kNag.. Cod W......... 473360 Saturday, 10 a.. le t ,... SERVICES ; 7/20 Itckg. 7/27 BE. U..mg ..... 01..1.. eld. OO .... ... $13,500._____ BLOCK OF STORES Excellent condition," *

Itpd f IZO Itpol ...., "...... "th..o pat. eel,' fOSO ,.. evryUle. er 4 BR. I Bath brkk. CIlIA, Heart of Stark ,., .
OILMAN PAPER CO.. 301 "" Itpd 7/20 will t..... tar .... Pheee 473. bnllt-la n...-.".., ..f. S BESSENT ROAD-3 or 4 BR. CH&A 't acre '
FOE SALE ...., crfc .... BOAT FOR SALE. New, 14 MOWING Large ... amen S. A 8R-218. We ere leekleg 4222. lukg "110COMIIIERCIAL acre.I''...,t" Rd.,147,500. BE A LANDLORD House, Apts." 314 S. Epperson )
..1tr.... A....... baby (MtFlbarf laa. with I... belt .-... Call Seat Clark let utility worker. I. aU PALMS-: APARTMENTS ----- A Cottage 917 Westmoreland _

It.... Cell 473-314. Itpd well 300. Cal I 473-2139.,p.... 4118-157'.m U/chg ....... el eer...... .."..1. EIII.I...,, lerelchod.WMkly BUSINESS 3 BR. 2 Bath brick CH/A HAMPTON LAKE

7/20 Ilckf. 7120UPHOLSTERY. e......rate lor eawmlU andplaMr .. ....hl,. 2313 N. PROPERTY 1 ... ..._.. I n..pl...., bare, 3.75 (ova Sophisticated homes you will __ __

ALCOHOLICS .111, (342 per beer. Temple Ave.. 8to..... Mckg black ....*. 1 1/2 bath.TkrM ._.. (51,250 mere lead
FURNITURE AND RcaMMbie ANONYMOUS P... .... Applicative* wU be ..... T/ZO etlllty cbad*. Ilm30Mlldta evailebl..... __ __ LAND 40 acr., home. trailer 155,000

HOU8EWARES SALES, price*. Call 4732032. Itpd 6894 or 964-682. d/... Monday cad Friday, 8 .... ..... !. MBipbtal- p..I..... 36 ... 27 ecret cleared. near Hampton Lake.
T.......,. Friday Saturday 7/20 eetl 4 .... hog. 7/20 TWO--ROOM-Muphtely-. tar.lahed -. 11x40 *tere with -........ Term 33 IS401 ee U8-30I I KINGSLEY LAKEs 70'on water3BR A large dock:

t .... .. S p... 4 1/2 .11. REMODELINC. apartajeoti, cli. ,..... aida*. "."dod. 3 2/* IS6.50O. ..' on water 2 residences

.oetb .! Hop Ugh! M 8R-100 BUILDING; aad repair NO EXPERIENCE NE. ..........pl.. ream*. acr*.. 400 It *e 301, 6 ml. I BR Bugeb- -_ EXECUTIVE HOME Cypress Early American I
le RUle..... L.... far .. .. -' .. CESSARY le .... Smith ., 8t...... Call 468-
LAND FOR SAI.Ki: Key New .It. .. bathe, Family geed 1. V.d...... Motel 4 ml. slots. "..... A dryer 4000'home, olllce stable 3 acrts, floptical..
..... ttpd 7/20 llelRht. Nlte tree eeOD ...... Brick. ...I...., com. with R..I..... Wetram. North .. 301. Itckg 7/20 1147 ..473-2955 alter. 6 ,... 'LAKE GENEVA Estate with
atone 13000. Will ....1... breathtaking view
te 10 acr tract IB ......t.. Fireplace Fer .,po......... cell Itpd 7/20
trailer ..
.p..l .I..t. 485-I8S4. E..I,. Beeth. trade.
neIghborhood ol ... bomee.Sane Grllfl MOBILE hOME iFarelched. "
Caeitrectloa, .... Itpd 720DENTAL SHASTA TRAVEL ----
ISIS permit Mobile 47) A/C. Urge lot. 7
TOIL SALE. G..... home cod com. averlook e 2108 er 4732578.. TF/.'. In ml 8E el Su.". ae Rd TRAILERi 1''''. SI.... 4. Lovely. 3 or 4 BR I 1/2 MOBIL! HOMI

Shepherd ... collie puppIes, .. Priced ta, eeU ,with HYGIENIST Fall 100. Rcaeaacble ..... Call Ov.... .'.".. Ice ..... Gaadcoadltlae. "bath block' home, large Ralph Ilryiui
5 ...... ..., 4 ........ 4 lak tram (200 dews to (40 .. part u... K.'..... 473-4508. Itchg. 7/20 (1000. Call &33. LR, and DR combo, family VIC! POLIS
melee. bkch. with whit. term month. Commercialfront. BRADFORD SEPTIC Height. 1'''. Cal 473-45BS ., 2583. Itpd 7/ZO reem, ....Ia .fcltcboe, WWcarpet Real Estate
... .. par TANK SERVICEs Bradfordraaldaetml far .. ......,._ -- -- : '
1' good '0. Ideal tar SR.21 available. tic kg 7/20 FURNISHED I AND 2 BRA.t. ceetem d. .... 100 AlbO
.. ** oa .... ....,. "0..d 1978 .... CH/A, 2
.0. .. 475-3217. I.... 473-1375. 3/30 tl/ck* Very BORUM .I. nil car carport. Sere 2117 N.T..pI. Avo.Starke. .
Own" ; CommorcUl .. ledeetrial.Felly MAID TO LIVE IN AND room. CI...*. Carpeted large... h.p. III.....,. 1978 F....... porch, etnily A ....... .(la i *ii3* : i
.... .
BR4S1NGTONC,4iflac FOR SALE i Ski boat 1971Gtaclroe .od. Phoee 64.S12I DO MOTEL ROOMS and .. Prefer adult trailer. A..... ,.,...... bldg.. 2 a*. (50,000. Owaervjcaced. 964.87M

GT-160( with 135 UekgBILL'S ...... .,........ R... N..pe.pot allowed. Phone only.964.. Cal "".7861 alter S p.m. -5 by 5" 3 BR n S 200'" AMI'* i
*mobile h.p. 1II..u.,. Fewer trim, sad .. ... .
Mlary come V. -, 8071. Itpd 7/20 Itckg at.... Oil SR 16
Safes & Service ....U... condition. 2695. SAW SHOPl Complate weed Metal 8 1/2 N. ef O.u.EVE a WEEKEND5 -3 BR, OB one acre.
Would consider trading tar barpeamg. servIce, Stark. 964-8349. Itebg two ONE--8R -- DELUXE MODEL POFGP P..... 75236434YARDWORK Morgan Rd.

Fine Selection Of Used. smeller boat. C8 4733202. .......... heed. carbide. 7/20 .. will rest eee apartaiMt Urge BR CAMPER 12 ft. Skamper. ..> acr*.. SR23029

Care 7bken On Ifo/chg 713BLtERLRRIES ....... ..".. Mad hallow. ..... Partly fa rail bed. let Sleeps 8. Gee ..,.., ..-.... unit ....1. 301 North I

graved cod ......... Lee". cud bet ...&11I'. f*.. Ia ad ....... Eaoalhml ........... -2 BR ae one .....
Cadillfui Trades C-pTck To at .......... Balldlag Supply,. 108JJ.1ef "..... MIllard Judd 127 Cal 964-8630.. Itpd 7/20 Hedge Trimming Market. Rd.kulhliag .
2001 N.W..3 318- :3GAINESVILLE cent a lb. We-PIck. 75 cent St..... er K.,._ H.I..... L.I.'...* St., 964-5D51. 1 II. Lawn Reding 5 iota on SR.100, '
a lb. on order. Moo. thru tlekgSaturday.. I Iw Ztcbgl/20 ; ANTIQUE CHINA Lawn 8R-3JO. B...... Rd., anil
H.t., 8 ..... 1: OlI.Ie. 4. -.. .0 CABINET. ...._.... Cat Mowing ": Country Club. J '

.... _II.. &'. 1\i1 : 1IW. : = C A.N"'JD:: TO a\Jll.e" .....c.:.. \i'Jillilfjlr..iTi'G"cl .tri! r)!. t"- ... "t Parkingt.ot ICSean.0" .3 BA. 2 ...t......,... ., I. 1lOLJE '" '
'; v< ; BiTle ...... : : .. t,, ,, ;! 'J' "'"" ,
20. I .5 .rits ooZooAfI wIck 10 ..26 ..... .1' room, Pratt .. ',
... ,
We|!! brilling!:! ft mil. M ..t.. LO.I........ El.. III......... FrIday., ,.... c..,.., Carl abag carpet'*] "..,... A/C. FREE ESTIMATES -I acre te 30 ...... CLE1tNINCsl'EI.t ,
i ..
4751151 or 473.2702, 6/15 S. ,. M....,. We .*., Rt. 1. Bee 246. Ideal fer ee. aaupl er retired PALOMINO MARE tioatle [ several location.. I
2" 6" 4tck(7/2 7/9 4tp17 A......... or 01... Metal ,....... N*ckUJree .. riding. ........ "15. ('of I [ SUNSHINE ACRES -24 ....*, SR-16

thru ._- -- Starke.. 6/294tcfcg.! 7/1{) K I*.830 N. ?. apla, S....... 9647108. lIed 7/20 Phone fa 4.> j A-fklckoa Farm, rinse m, : r.
Fast LOSE WEIGHT ..'.1, and _. 9647270. ff/1.1 2t.pd; -Doublewlde. lUg 2
Rotary GOOD PRICES PAID fer 7 FT POOL TABLE,"jjj.; .
foot with X-ll Diet PI... O. 1121) both off SR 16
REDUCE E..... Fluid/ sued mobile ..... If ..n: and cue ....... 50. Call' .... 'Prim ......d.l. tiI- SiIIgh'slii'I
Drilling Equipment PUBLIC with X-Pel. ".50. Iron* .... I* 3/4 paM er .... EFFICIENCY aad"lleeplnf 6954. Itpd 7/20 STARKEi 3 Br. 2 ...... 301 I li..s. L9.9i!

K...'. Drug, S......, '18 OLIN'S MOBILE HOME room.. a I 12 mllaa North ea Hat tflOO ... ft. plame >.3 BR. hem and buelnecpraperty. Two Stir IIiiro'iIt.1L
STATE LICENSED AUCTIONUS lOtpd SAO SALES. 964-5 08. Opec 7 US-301. Underwood Motel 22 FT MOBILE: Mi'"i1f; h ee large corner lot US-301. : : I'III./!/;

.. .. .. .. day .....,. .,/.h. ..____ tf/chg ........... 6000. ...-8719. T.. many aitra to UctB"R72 -20 ...... Raltard. *re*. Ni,,,.' 1III'r(' : .

Pumps 301North 1 TWO UNFURMSHED 3reem ., STARKE a bath. Beaker. Isiti hI.' It liii'. ,
of Starke ."... Paying! Dunce, S3: 1II.U:i I : ,I
LONGCHAMP sack, Quarter. 82., H.I".., ........t.. f.q...'. ..tT.R. 5-toe loade;; ; HAA brick. .....la F..... "Flcfc 'camp. Sampeaa
i New & Used sal P.... 782. ..... Lck .
( ... Motel 1900 N. 3172 Height Built for ....gV .
N.w & Used Home and Building I |j5| Clad Halves 1965-69. ...... .... alter 6 _6 and I. u IHTHSIIIC. milliK'tnlrnl
65*, ale buyeig. old geld.Pbeee ."Temple, S....... tfchg" weekday .vl.ga. 1,600 plum ... It. acre huh pond oIl .. I
MerchandiseUnder tliimlnxKiiiiriinlrfil
Sales-Parts-Service Materials 7/20 4Uhg 8/10 read ...wlSTARIIE Grtfll Loop.
t 9644250 alter 6 .. ___
in >
W. >
have otherfttrTFram *. M inoruildcw.
E-Z TermsPlumbing New -WE BUILD- 7/13 tfchgBLOCK ritullBlCHEVELLE: ; LITTON 840 IIIlcaow AVE.T..tI. ) Foroat H........ his 1(11. NUilim,

. . . .. .1. ManagementFurniture" Your Plant Or Own .. Like. BOW, beautiful heavily weeded with 2 to 5 '1C.
YouLot&OarsFREE ')toMU' [ : (375. CaD 473-2682. lukg lot., high sad dry paved, acre, aba. 2 acre fate, r.Zterm ; ('II Ii('iII't-i' : 'IHII-N'Hil I ,
!tsALt 7/20 .. *. Crlfli Loop.
[.t.. .. build ewe
your uVt'rO
. 1970. 2 deer 11.11I.
. .. ... & ESTIMATESemodeling j home er you may like en. Eveemgit.

MiscellaneousItems lUpmirsAdditions -- ._ .. --_ .. Chevy. Good coedltlee.Pboo GUERNSEY COW with or ef aur*. Cell tar detail.. RlphP.Brya,
New Installation even HOME with 3 Bed 964-5571. 7/20 2tpd wHitest .... Hanoi ..1..1.. .. Realtor m f,

Mexican ......2 bathe,with. 12 eerie 7/27 Gaetle. E...u... with. I I BR. I bath nieb7lo '0.. 964-6208
Remodeling M.rchandl.sEvery Ilonwi Bought ., ,..01. Carpet CH/A. ... ---- womoB er chlldree.. Call 964- oa' .lake. 516.700.LEYSTONEs .
Friday P... 7824577. 5/18 ../. By 6800 EQUITY Take over 5454. 7/20 -
Sod TradedACREAGE Itcbg -- ---
,7i30p.m.DEALERS = .,..... ., (175 .. 1977 3 acre Wayne E. Dougla
Repairs Ford LTD II. Call 964-831S. Aeeoclate
FOR THREE BEDROOM; I batheaecret IIIETAL UTILITY tract. trllag (6,650 984-6393
AUCTION block. home ea ... Itchg 7/20 TRAILER .'.8'. 16" t..-.., -.. l.rlMd.K: Hour I.IH.JK.
Dur'r'ance i Every Monday SALE acre ef laed. Fully carpeted iiifPiH: SOUTH" goed.*.01.. with ...., (195. ----- Keg Krai i.t.: llroker ,

. . . . . 1hU..m. -- Cli/" 132.000. P'_. 9646062. I ...... Abe with C-13 1970 Two PreLlne S..t.. ........, A.8. PATRAY BROKER
4 Ills %
96443853 Itchg. 7/20 J18 meg (15 .....431-1114. Itpd 7/20 Kyte Height Fl.. IFAUIJKNEIlI iur.h'Ermph. %
PUMPS & SUPPLY wheel. and practically new 5-
Office II...
Highway SOI South "
tires. Cam te UadorwedMotel
COMPANY Wo take Starke I TWO BEDROOM Concrete, 3 1/2 .,. Nerth of AIR 15000 CONDITIONERS BTU. 220 ...It Hot-Ii) 4734661 ___473-2039 'REALTY [Q
consIqnm.nts.Buyers I I block hem. _t.l. "I"".,i Starke.. 964-8349. lithe. 7/20 MarchallDeaaUaSaleemae .
ski, 225.
pvlal I'|
.... W/W vr.
dime ,
869 N. Temple) AvaStarke & S.Ii.rsWelcome' 717 W. Cell St.. Starke.carpet,:OID8 CUTLASS7T: Good 24.000 BTU 3 ,... eld. 150. 2303 N.Temple

P... 964-6791 Cal "473-2013 after 6 ,... 473.4315IJTHOMAS S....... Florid.
Fia.9647O61. REGISTERGAS er 964-7061.. D.p......... Cell ,448-1793
1/9 4Ukg. 7/27 altor 7 ..... Hampton. Itpd Itchg 7/20 Paul H. FnulkaerKeeker. Four bedroom Ira..,
OIL ,/20 III A. fireplace. outbuilding -

308 S.Thompson St. SEARS ffE AVY"j>UTY 964406S *. II acre., pavedroad. .
I DODGE POLARAt 1973. 4dr washer and .. Ivared '
d. .
GOD [ <
I .. ''/C. Radio.Cloce. 8879. ..diU... (275. ,..... 984 ,........ I 3/4 acre 3 : "jrh.
:$* <*0; 316 S. Orange St. Cal ,.... 6453. 7/13 2tpd 7/20 REALTY BR, IS. Frame house with ... BIt I T/2bih., I,R;
Philip W Clark LANDI LAND LANDI.4 LPCa 5394. 7/20 7/27 c ........ oIdl... Lot of IK, large kitchen mobile
I ........ : 2tpd
A.... partlaly ,\ Fuel 011LubrieaUni read ,...*.... home on large nhaded lot,2
REALTOR hissed. (44,,! 00. IWlMHN..l, 1973 SUZUKI GT 380. Coo 621 NrthWaletSt.Sterke. .
Oil. :'E PWiG EE""iTiiii. utility bldg. I'll16
(500 14 liberglaea .Florida 32091 ra.lj
condition, It. "
;[9 IU\Irro\t: : : BRING "VouiT"MOBILE I ,4-W heel drive. ,6 cyl, locklelkube. ski boat;(300. P...... 9644162 Building" .. mobile. homo ho.- **'ff"
Wbolftl.i'Wrebou.. ...dltlo.. (1894, ... ...... lot, ever .. acre le eUe.Ceoooecomplete Frame 0I aero In
H :iciitsOfllce904473 HOME. .... 6.24 A croc, I 473-4309. ""3 2tpd 7 flo Formerly A T. with well.pump .
c.untry. very'-rsasoneblao
for [:Cod 431-1114 alter' 5 p.m., Reel [aIsle
bee well, eeptle ...... I teak. l'
BUSINESS ceptl light
I | | ...l700Kveelng power polo. .... ......... | TlreiTube I [,,.keep trying tfpd 1/20 DOWNTOWN...ndl.. I.. ..I.. Coed 0.. Acne ---r LU 100 SmithS pel, .tDU, bldg. M.SOO. S As..., "North' ol foot.....,
'.....od. Short drive .. ------ oil US: 101.) "'"
---- Ju.l !
10414734037M (16.000.MOWS I IVW' 4lli .912. A/I" Air. lecattee lor meet eey tree -----
GaiMcvUl Bat&erlesTRIEST'MIII :radio. ....... 2 aew t.-... ....1..... Phoee 373-2 )8, A.... ee lOlA Bear City BMBtllul ...01.01 lot withJag. ";' I'j'
Hex woo taw MM Cmig C. mmMimm ....., : frame ... Work 2 IlK I balb. Lit.
SIZE THIS ONE UPt Over ChANCE I Ron toed .1.... 750. Cell ..... for .... awaer L..I. __ __ .0. ,
TOUR uq M It" ymouc "iimiaoM I .... family room,
2 2600 toot .. 7/20 T... .,,"lablo. 7/13 Included. Just out ef tarportiLwty. .
living area eeem'p Out >,468-18S3. Itpd mae *
I 1.1W14011lSelkh.e. te work let ,_.U. of UK ....... eec rovpu*H,a. VHiiM. nm 3tchg. 7/27 Sooth 301 cia. City city limit. Has ..... _ oih-'
food ...1....., ..smrnII, to 43, turn OMi. Limit. 450 ft. readIroatag remodeled. with air lire- '
C. ...
.. otThil.tJp 1971. Two 20 .
quiet Belgkvborhood. faiaaced. 1110,000. futl Ice,,,. lieiMflf. you 10 I grow 'I' *. sad acre (reel very
yee. meet et .. -lor sun e cM woo wry. ... 6650 Phoee 782436 tl/*"t TWO ITEMS .,-. 3 spied ----... (place IS.MO.We' carpel. Oely .t ell "Ml.l8i. I.r..blo.III. I.
(51,000: - STORAGE Kuatitt ties. (or ii* w IOKH TWIfii. ...... ........ paved. rd. ''-'"
JOIN THI!: RENT ......_ ,Hiraugh ...cwiooponMoot 1 rldleg start South 301 near Sa-... I -- --.. .: < li I
B TREAT"YouVwELF te REBELLION Bay this IB NOW' OPEN oewf*.rib an ,Ih*|job trkMHng (500. Yamaha 0..... (65.Phaee A.... 121 II. read have. walorlreal Sever. .1! comincrclal Iota
do..b,Ml local 964-8291. 7/13 ..... ,on
gtnl m you cr05 .... .
:LO$1' f. :, .
.. I bath hem ... .
... .Uvmg le tale 3 BR. BR. ee SI.l.l.et.h.s..eeSsirs.ei You undo 1 twth9t" Miieono.*. 7/20 property. 01. ;*
.. ,. ----- ._ __
hedy .lot ONLY 916.500. Space Avcilcbl immw tn ieniilH ic you liem.n -- -
.0. *50 h.w M erlwn n hiy yo"ilanw Fear 51%. S Bath, concrete Cell led.y about 301Cemmerclel 3BR t h7 DyiNg roomycarport.

Bjmed(43_, 00.aUDGETSi_._W_' FISH A 8K7"Yhm Uko-H. 10x12 .28"/ma. MOM ot'IM see flormM e...cool,Iran Irom MM...*.d firoktrooo e.. I LAND FOIL SALE block. ...... W. MadlMB property with (B. In ..... \cry '

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