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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Denying !motion for an Injunction should not be a reasonable interpretation refused to sign a departmeliier ii-_
'.' i prohibit Mayor-Commissioner made mand issued by Capt. Scottie Rnoden
/ oaeph Warren from suspending Most problems can be solved with charging Tomasovitch with. not; .
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, Circuit eye to eye contact across a table the checking out with the radio dispatcher
Court Judge Wayne Carlisle also has Judge told Warren, who still looked for a coffee break.
-- down at the table. 'The reinstated Tomasovitch wail
given Warren advice aimed at pro- !L
.............. .",,'. ,,'. ." muting political harmony In city "Most times I've seen people shoot' assigned to duties as a radio dispal- '
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government from the hip they've missed cher
Ikh ''t "I don't want to rule on this. I'm altogether" judge Carlisle stated In the hearing last Friday Wolbert
YI trying to keep some peace and bar- He then asked Warren to be brought forth as evidence two letters '- ,
.mony In the city( ?said Judge Carlisle reasonable in his interpretation of his written to Bowen by Warren. .Wolbert -. \
er who was summoned speedily from duties as set forth In the charter.In contended the letter constituted veiled -" ,"' "
'Gainesville last Friday morning forth denying attorney Wolbert's coma: threats by Warren to suspend the. :
bearing requested by local attorney plaint the Judge said no Irreparable police chief. .' '
i : Jess Wolbert acting for' damage had been done; that no ac-: The first letter,dated July 28.asked( .;
;iBwwen. Wolbert said he requested the tion had actually been taken by the Bowen to "become familiar with..'*
injunction after media reports Fri mayor to suspend the chief. several sections of the city code concerning ; '
day morning that Warren had "Council, it doesn't appear to me it the powers of the mayor and '' < I
;threatened to suspend Chief Bowen. has been directed to Mr. Bowen any police chief. -: i j i
'Wolbert said Warren had threaten- directive in writing that will give rise The second I letter had stated' I
i wl: to suspend Bowen within 48 hours to any l Irreparable harm to require an "Subject: Figure It Out." and asked I
,unless the chief placed suspended officer injunction' Judge Carlisle ruled. Bowen to become familiar with I
i ., George Tomasovitch back on The hearing was the latest in a 'another section of the charter. It also .. :
'roA ;;patrol duty. Warren ordered series of city political confrontations. told Bowen louse any almanac or" I
Tomasvitch reinstated Aug. 7. Warren was removed as mayor in a' atlas to find the meaning of the date .
In the Commerlcaf. Driver 'Judge Carlisle denied the motion sudden vote June 5, then reinstated., July 28 and September b. the beginning i
Students line 'for a temporary Injun lots without July 23 In a ruling by Circuit Court and end of'Dog Days" -.
bass
Training up Bruce obligingly stand prejudice meaning Wolbert has thecourt'l Osee Fagan when Warren It was an apparent reference to -, .
and John
Diane
topt fought
his removal In court. Bowen In
permission to amend his peti charges brought against '
next to their $180001enwartb'ilettiand ( Judge Fagan said the council had March by a grand Jury investigation ', I -
aboard "home tion to set forth specific: allegations hI!
plane her new ,
? charged to the mayor which the the power to remove the mayor' but Charging him with 11 misdemeanor
above) ,. Judge said he assumed arose from the did not file written charges nor give counts which were later drop by
: the hearing required by the state '
.. .. lets city charter mayor a as attorney's
Y' "1. t 1 the city charter. was also found innocent of perjury
After reading sections of the
: & 'charter pointed out to him by Wolbert At the Aug. 7 city commission charges stemming from his answersto
I 5 and City Attorney George Pierce the meeting. Warren ordered suspended the'grand Jury probe of the, prac- '... :
', The 1,000th Truck Driving Student ,; l' Judge indicated to. Warren that the police officer George Tomasovitch's ticea of the police department. ' '.
reinstatement. Warren refused to i j
1993 code sets forth the duties of the : i
Tomasovitch
served as the 'jn"i
.,.... ,', 1', :' : chief: of police and the mayor read the charge against vestlgator of the ". ,
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t / : .. i Tomaiovltch, saying the language department
i. Judge-CarlUle Wed Yarrea.the'iff .
I :-'C ." : t MfaA' a- r Vg V AN.k *CNHUKU fat swpenetea.of-wcity. "*of- "? wagpf/ejwi! .f. nd.there*wasn't. s i'<:L\If\Ul::t'poell'on Bewenrernpved.hlln'prior to; : .jhaj'-''- ...:h:..... 'i ;.'''IIIi;
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carve set forth.In the charter Include sworn "accompanying probTomasovitch *
Truckin HFeverTttas StruckSailin was one of four
: only: I) gross misuse of the office suspension.Tomasovitch
I '2) wilful misconduct and 3) : was suspended by policemen called on to testify by the .."
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., malfeasance or misfeasance in office. Bowen for insubordination when he state attorney's office.
down the highway commandeering "We figure if we buy it first, we'll once there was an ex-World War;'II Furthermore the Judge noted the d
a 18-wheel three-ton rig have to learn how to sail or drive or "Flying Tiger." And there have been charter calls for detailed written
ain't exactly the same as sailing the whatever" Diane explained "This engineers school teachers, a grandmother charges to be presented to the city Teachers Return To School \
high seas In a 55-foot sailboat but way we don't sit around. thinking and people :with a college: council: within three days' of. the
John and Diane Bruce have made the about 'someday,"'."' degree and some without even a high suspension. The full council not just .
transition with style. The Bruces heard about the Commercial -. school: degree. the mayor, then decides whether or
Their Cadillac of trucking rigs a Vehicle Driver Bradford: "The only thing you need to be a not to uphold the suspension the One Week Before Students .
$78,000 Kenworth, was purchased at course offered through the ssnwillingness is good coordination" Judge declared the charter states.
an Atlanta Truck Show after the County Vo-Tech center at:the truck to work very hard Speaking directly to Warren .who
Braces got the truckin' bug seeing show in Atlanta. So they packed their said Davis. never looked directly at the Judge but While teachers must return to teacher. All other pnxltfoimlweUtiischool '
the Burt Reynolds movie "Smokeyand mobile home dog and all and Diane dressed in her working remained bent over the hearing room : Monday August 20. for their filled.'
The Bandit." up for the eight-week course heat fatigues of Jeans and blue work shirt,. table making notes the Judge said: pre-plannlng'lchedule.. Bradford Superintendent Tom CaNeyCounty
Diane grinned a little and said"We Lake Butler, nodded vigoursly In agreement to the "Mr. Mayor you do whatever you students can stay home and reported Bradford :Middle School'* .
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saw some other trucking movies too Just so happens Diane, a former "hard work" part. feel you have to do. I want you to relax one more week wall eliding 'project t >he pnnsrvHMMBFor ;
and thought it would be interesting model and beauty queen (she was Students start at 7:30 a.m. and continue have the benefit of very good legal 3,864 students, the 11)79-80) well: Moving! furniture hack into the ,
way to see the countrY" Miss Long Beach Calif for a year). until 3, sometimes 5 or 6 p.m. counsel in case this ever comes before school year will get under way .Moikschool in the 2:1: new M-lf-coniainnl, :, '
.Now driving a 18-wheeler isn't was the 1000th student to enroll in the Doesn't matter If its pouring down the court again day August 27. clasHrnoinii !ill the hinntfl |in>l>lri'i re-
anything like driving a car, or sailinga class that's been graduating .truck: rain 'or 'a sweltering 100 degrees. .. "Under the charter you don't have The area schools will be provided 'lI1a II 11I11(, Casey 1I11.'II, IHUUMIIU, the
boat. Of course the Bruces didn't drivers for nine years now. After a ride in one of the rigs the hardwork !"., the authority to Informthe chief of with a total 'of 246 teachers: and 113 equipment IUIK been ,Mored' in WM..I|
know how to sail when they Husband and wife teams are not un- part was readily apparent. police to assign an officer as the headof non-instructloiul personnel which: inmrcler and cuss lx mot cd. fairly quirk
their 55-foot sloop and lived bout common, but it Is uncommon for The monsters have anywhere from. dectecttves.: .. eludes secretaries bus drivers etc. 1\''.
four years cruising the Virgin Islands students to bring their own rigs to five to 13 gears and they're non-;;, "That general supervision belongsto Charles Hall has been appointed The new ,school your will' \hale u .
and Bahamas. class. In fact the Bruces are!the first synchronized meaning the driver has.E Mr. Bowen." he added. new assistant principal of Bradford tolul" of I hqt Kchool d.1\1I1I1Ii1 the I (HI. .; 1
to have their own truck. Diane said to double-clutch.: That can take some The hat of the chief of police Is not High School: taking over retiring C.f. ixtsed'Ttl-WI\ Imdncl includes. "N |I" |HTc.tit, '\' ,
I they don't go through the classroom practice Diane said, as she .went big enough for two to wear, the Judge Anderson's position, which was the pay; I InvreuseM for till employe!;. Ad- I 1
; '[:'J11' uaiuit UTticrit exercises In their rig though. through the course- grindingjust a pointed out. last major vacancy: to be Vnh'erllitv filled. Hall fir nimislralorsvill" hl'I"lIlllIIt'l't'UIII'II of ',
The coursework designed to few gears. "It's up to the fine people of the Cityof a Ph.D. student at the lit iMTcenl on their IMIM x.ilary imly. 'i
simulate real road situations,isn't ex-' And .there'*' .the' "rodeo or,. Starke to decide if they want to Florida'Is a former teat'ht'r'al Ti'uchcrx will lueruuriirouiMl' Iti |KT- ", ;
actjy "crib" class. Students spend obstacle course that certainly looks make a change." the Judge said .Buchholz High School Gainesville.. ,.t'nl, Koine uliilhllv Kv** and MHIICKlilihl "
the first four weeks learning Depart- grueling. It takes about 30-45 minute, The mayor has no authority to ask Other vacalwlt'S.II1cl: : dt. : One more our what\ llii-j. .,cnrinl, l : II i
ment of Transportation regulations to go through the manuevers In- the police chief to buy him some football specific learning disability! teacher jIHf.! '.. '"" ,: ) \
; logbook work and other cluding jackknife. parallel and tickets or to ask the chief to cut and one. math and one science vacancy .
: Ing. The remainder the class straight backing-ln parking. Seems the grass atcity, hall the Judge ad- at Bradford; High School and one .'M-heilule for the new !'c'h..tI| | : \ I\ I.I': ,
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-.. spent on the practice range and on the like Ii would be impossible a small' monished the mayor. countywide! special education: jrur is us follows: I f' I I
: like Diane to coerce the non
;,- highway.The first thing we teach'em Is howto woman power steering rigs Into doing what can But be there assigned are numerous to the chief-as duties long that August,20,2a.: . . . . .Teacher I're-plamilnjj t .. l

:: ;. back up That's the hardest and If it'ss'posedtodo. But Diane,who will as they relate to the keeping of good August 27. ". . , FIrs1IayGtrStudcntu

".>.: ') ,. they can do that they're pretty much be graduating in two weeks has done, order In the city There is nothing .. September :t. -. . . , .I.II"I; Day Holiday y;

J' -. .. ,, t .I'' ,"' diving it road, and practice she only needs. a little more wrong with instructing the chief to ; ,,, .Octobers. . i . . .> Knd: of First sU,; weeks
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that relate to the .
out policies .
; .l," Diane said It took her three days to Graduates who 'are given' cer- carry duties of the police chief .In keeping October 12.'. . . . 4;, ., Teacher IManniiiff' DayNovertiber >> ,
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I \ -.. learn how to back ..but she. tificates, have lucrative job opportunities Both -i.uiullih! weeks l'
.' <;,' up. .re orders 20 . .0: ?.,.* l. .

1 :it .... ,]>ufd. y.& &. L ""j \ mains"I can undaunted.do anything man can'do. can make upon anywhere graduation.from $200 A to driver 1400 Problems conflicts hard feelings have spilled and over personality < November2123.I.: ..',' . -ThanksKiin" Holiday?*

,'." ,rI.."Wet.,I,".." ''. and some things I can do even better. a week or $25,000 a year or more. into some petty areas In' the city. -, December 20-January.! :: ..,'. " Christmas! Holidays} "I\ '

M..tlne.,..00...... 8 ::1 like record keeping." she said deter. And placing graduates Isn't the pro- Judge Carlisle told Warren. January 2. .. . Jw? ..11,>, . .Teacher: IManninK Day ."1\ I
.,......d : blem i It used be O&Iesbyexplalned .
C. to .
minedly. There la ,no, question that the .: . Students Hack tit St'hool! ;| ?\, '
; C.WthoN.. i .. Diane met her husband a c contractor >trucking companies used to shy away has the power to suspend any January 3. . . j
I '. over 15 years ago when she was' from hiring the relatively Inexperienced mayor officer like that (snapping his fingers January;. . . ... . ..Knd of First Semester ;'
his secretary-she's not wrong about graduates but- pow. companies emphatically r.;but then comes the city February 29. : +V/f;-..- .. Knd: of 'ourth.1; eeks ::'

M.nder.Au.. 20'j. ,. the bookkeeping. She was also an and architectural Florida from and all the over country the tcome1.state'' of to; council. Charges must be filed in ... :March 21 . .Teacher Planning Day (('on'urllum'la4ich ,
I.d1.dC.entp.Gextr l jY: draftsperson
planner In detail, and it Is to the city
writing up
','. kheol,...... Meet ".t. V; designer Diane's multi-faceted recruit .: '' council, to make the ultimate decision :\ 26 28. .,. . . . , .'. :-'Spring Hreak. : ,..It13).28 ,,: '

rp.m.\ x'. f 4Ic i." career included raising.John's two I "We have about a IsW; percent ." the Judge told Warren: April 17, "> r..i.'. t. '. ;. . Kml: of Filth six l week! ; R v

I .'j".,","II '."oO'. Blond and petite, Diane handles the employment'darn good" added' rate: Ogelsby., which is? pretty'_. The under,Starke the charter mayor-commissioner-"of'1953 .Is 'archaic ,;'"., :\ OA . w... . . t,".. .llcmurialIayIlolida' ,' ,, ',7Z.: .. ,'\'i'' :

-hn4., u.. 1 ..."!. './ftt. truck with only a little effort, and ICs Diana said.John and her will lease' form of the government the city now ':\tay30..t. .". .'. ... . ,.i.astna'forStuslents< }) (t

.... .. ......CII,Cell.I', "".,, f'i" 'I obvious watching her,that"can't"! themselves to a company for a year, has the Judge continued But that ', June 2 A 3. .-.. . ... ,-.'. ,'.Teacher I'ost-planhhijj I .ii{;; t''I.
.' .... '; tt\, ,not part of her vocabulary She said or 10 and then become: independent.She .' does not: mean. Carlisle said,.there I, ,< : \I
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t .. City .oooop.rn.,' ..0\1\ f'Ii she still needs to learn how to change said they can make more money t* i ( IA;! ,

.,'. ...... "" "" 01: -*, |u-#, saying |t'a Important that he, aa Independents, 'but they; need to .. .I:.... .;>, .' 1 *
\ HfA Mlerkd.p be able to do as much as/possible i work for awhile to gain. the ex ? "4' .' ManLosies'ArminfOnTheJobMbhnpf: J
Nees J'just in case,"* perience. .. -
: C.rd** RMwcmat .. ';'; '. Diane does adroit however there Another problemthat. of getting Ufftfett An .-year-old worker tNational.l. ',: Timmy Kt JakiliK1' 'this. I **r/ '." '
,, ''vare things that are a little more dui students income to count; has been Protein Inc. lost his right arm on the ""t....he's:Jn. g+i.cId, spiritsww.( ." she- ; ;,
.....1... ..$OC.nu..MNttnpl.sns 1 *ficult for her than a man-Mi lifting< eliminated. Ogelsby said they have awaiting ; around midnight, said" '" .... J .
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: ';' (h"'rc i J.*' ., T, and moving things around; and+some list for .classes as '.far, as "' i 'i, *e.j**,,, >. t.0.-omjob. ,; Thursday Moyer tof (sStarke. ...a'I! ;- '
Ceurt....".. )1 of the engine work ., Feburary'lMO. 'Another*c1aU' of 23, k TWO3KCTIONS i ,, -.. ::.';cleaning: out the meal grinder When / Roger Joncl.iRcneratrttla'rlajcr: fit ;
,.... ;, Ted 'Ogleaby. head"'of the-Votech, students will be starting up fair two} SECTION At >,, l.. "." i ;' "< ? ;,-1.11)'fJ"someone'-'-accldenUnypushed! the i v> '\atlf"a..i4 i thi* ta the wArxt acet- .rte .. r r'switch .
'center; took Home 'about ;weeks. Tuition for the course Is It SO,,.," Sochrtyais f eg.1 l*.**,/ANew ....., inking Moyer arm Into the/.l dent'e\'ftlC: *' l1appe"lal' the plant.grinder ., ',.; --,1: '(
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f. \ \" kidding 'which said > 1Ed.i..ljf."f'I44-t. Mh riPage4A! Y is covered, by%Cnrkmen a 4om. ', 'i
'.Courtesy ot :; ;women truck drivers as hav Ogtesby. they are thinking 4 ; \, :" ,, Mo1'er
".JICKPS :: Ing former; beauty' queer; In the \about raising.. ri- *. .-,H,..'. IA,2A.3 .'A.UAIt ,''J. :") '' ..'"IIW i* i.;" *9* J ii)f*. Deaflo pensath,-",-'Jones ahiosaidMoyer wit! ?
( IIILIING' <$:. ,' JiI".' ". "i( .. /,, Considering the cost of gas paid for;a L..IIJ.. i 'l> .'i'"UPag.IOA. Ing.5V1VJIVI attributed the accldem'0\ the ', have,his npastioona: 'he'aveatt, ., : .." ,
"Well, we've had woitfai' enrolling by the tuition fees It's no wonder tui- ,* 'I b. "ttt' Y" I : r,: Mtseensa:1 'noisa lever conditiona,in the plant., .work.agassEasjft z.U '''f',
Sl'PfLY Of Stsrka: ./II\, ,p pliwp3ot'a. since' th*' course n&t1opeMdtnlnel; ) ,lion might be raised.! .'. )* ., f- ': ."1 : ",''I '.. "
ee..607Sf :,"' 'txirtpnl .1'ean'.g ; i'WbY.'w. bad a woman to. Diane said their 240-pUon.capacltYi-1,I s.ct'O.'fI41'! \ ,' '\oj'" .,J. &taNrJsssst$ ( !, ; t .
.,y! ,our, first ctalt was $' 5O...rone, rig get, ..an. energy-guzzling five miles'*:. .: t Pasea'1L3a.4Aa, ,, : ; :
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i woman and one man, Oglwby salds ,ci ; r. .. .i ; 11 CI..IIII'd' N9e7ayix' t' .1Mrs.. Dearinasald her (iwabantl and ., physical
Hwy tOO ""d 21''', :I .V es!t, He alsO* said people from all walks ? "ha. ",,,.. .'r;; Cue (. .fn; O'"V.. .. PaS.2a anotr r,.o.ul l lork( at, National. t, th rap ,.ji! '
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f 'i A mayor and a new council member 1 Some discussion sin Use: water billensued i Williamson motioned' that request1 +

:::were appointed, and the Sept. 11 election ,with !t be approved, with Curtis throwing,'
called off at Hampton regular the Mil could be paidwouldbbtotonae!i; an extra $100 to the request to cover"
t city council meeting Tuesday night Flynn bill to tits per customer. ,'I the cost of the plexiglass windows.' I +
: Councilman Wilton Hart suggested the city need not worry, The request was unanimously *jfr*
.that Curtis be appointed as mayor about the water bill because the) proved
and Jane Hall,candidate for a council Farmer's Home Administration!'I t Money for the town hall facelift wtfT
position, be appointed a council (FmllA) set the guidelines for repay,I come from federal revenue sharing .
jnember. ment of the loan for:the water system.. t, funds. City Clerk Irta Hart Informed .
: Curtis council chairman had been "They have never foreclosed the council then was$1.800 left hi this
::serving a. mayor protein after city that I know of and I don't think year's funds and the money needed to
Mayor William Summers resigned they're about to do it here" said be used or It would be sent back!to the
;.Sept. 13. 1978 over the,, water controversy Flynn. k government. She explained that fixing
Council members heard a request up town hall would benefit the
Three council positions the town from Wade to give the town. hall,* townspeople and" could be,funded witb
:marshal and the mayor's position .facelift." federal money. >
were up for reelection and qualifying 'This bole In the ground:we call Wade then suggested! :that;owned ,
opened July 10. No one qualifiedfor town hall needs some; |raj members think about: ,carpeting the
the mayor position with Jane provements.1* Wade said hall with indoor-outdoor carpeting,
Hall running against incumbents Lola He suggested six-foot fence be put pointing out several deficiencies bi
:Williamson, Lola Hart and Chuck around the town hall,sod be put down the bare floor Hart said ft woufej cost .._, .
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: Rowland. Town Marshal Rick Wade and the building be painted. Wade about $500 to carpet the floor. -" ---,
was unopposed) for the election. also suggested that plexiglass win- Wade explained the fencing around Gas gutzlvr* |l.e,ap*t Tenneco for"tlte cheapest gas In I town. Gas can still be found In Starke,but It's a good Idea to
Qualifying fees will remain in the dows be Installed to replaced'to town hall would keep drunkards out, let to..'*UUone rly'taU>*day' > .
fifty treasury. broken windows. as well as the garbage, they leave
Total cost for the renovation would, behind. He said it anyone sitting on !I.I ,i SI h' ;
Councilwoman Lola Williamson expressed be$395. 'the front porch drinking could be arrested '
concern over Curtis' appoint- "We've had several complaints for trespassing which ls a lot, TUo+ :Owns ;Domestic ,Wells
ment because of his no-vote position about drunks sitting on the front better than arresting 'em for public ; ,
saying they needed all the help they porch here and the garbage piling up Intoxication." '' 'i I' '. ,
Could get on the water bill issue. on the lawn from the drunks",Wade. A request for light at the corner oc
"We have 11,200 water bill and only -' :told council members. Palm and Wee Streets was aim put Gas in Town
$575 coming In from' If the hall was spruced up Hampton forth by Wade. He said children have".' ,1lt; eapest
customers..and I don't know what citizens could feel proud of their set up a skateboarding out there- ,
we're going to do," she said town. Wade added. and sometimes they're out after dark n
.r "I don't want to have to tell them While most service stations here profit this month than he had made in 94.9 for regular,98.9 for unleaded,and
they can't play out there anymore: get gas produced froforeign oifc the preyl wl five)'Ura. 99.9 for premium.
and I also don't want to see any of TfI1.gecoj.,. fcrvlce-station, USr 5|, ob- ,,I 6 j The reason for this he said was the At KOA round, US-301,
NOTICEThe them get hurt..." Wade said j taini moktUr its gaseluwYrbm Itsown 'Aoll company this month only has owner Ed Perry said his Chevron sta-
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The request for the light was Producing wells located ,off the allowed his station to get more money tion asked and received an allocation ,
unanimously approved.On Gulf of MeXIco; resulting- :lower. per gallon. Within the last 30 days he Increase of 1,000 gallons totaling 2,500
an apparent downtown rennovai gasoline price*than In most. other..' has raised the price of his psolinetwoeenta. for recreational purposes. The priceof
tlon kick Wade also requested! that vice[ his regular is 89.9 and 96.9 for
Bradford County Tax the park area have a shelter built tan-ssmalit. er4entae'of Ten- Hurst said he expects to have unleaded.
over the picnic tables, and swings neco's,oil'is'produced In Argentina'' gasoline toward the end of the Ted Curtis who operates EasternOil
Collector's Office Is slides and a merry-go-round be In when It' a"owna oil wells,' said month by decreasing the hours he on US-301 said, he has decreased
Accepting stalled. The old watershed building ., Wayne Johnson,Temeco'c territorialsupervisor maintains his pumps in operation. his gasoline service by eight hours
could be used for the covering Wade, in Orange Park' In a The prices on his full-service pumps but is still operating on 90 percent of
Applications For Tax Clerk And pointed out. telephone interview Tuesday. were: "."'or regular; 97.4 ,for last year's allocation.
"If we do this the ladles can take As a result/Of Tenneco Oil Com unleaded, and 102.2 for premium.At Curtis said he pumps 3,700 gallons
At their kids out to the park and have a pany's almost oil production: from the Gulf station at US-301 and of gasoline a day and has Increasedthe
Bookkeeper. Apply The Court- place to sit in the shade while. the kids domestic It can sell its Madison Street operator Betty price of gasoline six cents within
play" he said : gasoline at lower prices than most Gleason said her :24-hour station was the last month. His gasoline prices
house. Deadline Is September 15. The council directed Wade to checkon other service stations Johnson laid. operating this month at 7$ percent of read: 91.7 for regular 94.9 for unleaded
prices for the swing set and slides Tenneco has the 'cheapest gas in last year allocations. and 99.4 for premium.
For Further Information Call and bring it before the council Monday Starke, S cents/gallon under its next This month, she said, her gasoline While the city police had reported
Aug. 20. closest competitor KOA K m- prices climbed five or six cents giving incidences of gasoline thefts back In .
Council members also approved a pground, and' front'' 10 'to 12 her full-service pumps readings of: May, none have been reported lately.
964-6280 Ext. 243. request to send Roy Hart to the Police cents/gallon under. major company
Academy at Santa Fe Community' stations.
College so he can fill In for Wade on Most other oil companies buy im- New Installed .
the two days Wade has off. 'The city, ported Arabian oil which costs $20 a Telephone Equipment
will pay the$100 tuition for Hart barrel, while domestically produced
J.R. Kelly Two CETA policemen can be hired oil costs approximately $13 a barrel Continental Phone Co. made a they are to dial the seven-digit
Wade told council members, and he, he said smooth transition last Friday night at number and wait for pre-recorded info -
Tax Collector asked for the go-ahead to find applicants. Tenneco In Starke controls lU daily p.m. to their new digital multiplex structions.
He said it was unlikely that sales by selling a specified amount of
(see page f A) 3.047 gallons day and then closes Its blemareaulttngfromthetransition. The new equipment which
pumps. The service station also "We had to replace about 200 bells represents months of overtime workon
limits its quantity sales by remaining on telephones because the frequency the part of repairmen is designed
Closed: Mondays and Wednesdays. cycle wasn't right,"said Jim Cooper,, to keep up with the growth of Starke.custgmT .
+ ..Prices on, Tenneco's self-service } service manager; ,"" .' Cooper: said with the new ..equiPr-
Desks For HomelO I,ptunW read: 849{cents/gallon for Cooper lao.idlOfDtpeaplee. 1ec ment, telephone Installations? will be'JI\I,
Office regu r 89."' for Aded, and 91.2 for coin, ylpg4bela' longi d"'ance.d lew-.costly" and easier) : l e '- "1',th&,v
pre phone were not being completed. old equipment had remained,
.;.J At another service station here a I said this was because the telephone customers would have seen
Back To f r local Starke man said that he did not regular identification sound on a long an increase in their telephone bills.
School I
believ** gasolinelortaga existed. distance call had changed and many
s "The''Ru011De situation is a big rat people hung up too soon, thinking 100 tickets awaited local phone
race, but there is oo sense in getting something was wrong with their repairmen Monday morning. They
J 4'* upset because what can we doT'f said phone, worked until p.m. Monday night put.
/ .Rr $ t 95 Assistant Pastor Bill.Mlddletom of be ting In new bells. The phone companyto
"Just advised
patient Cooper
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Priced From 4 Baptist Church. people making long distance.couldn't tell until complaints were
-- Middletom said he believed motor- received over the weekend and Monday -
cyles and some sort of two-wheel In addition telephone users are morning when people found out
-- transportation would probably hearing a new dial tone ringing and their phones wouldn't ring.
,.... become popular within the next 10 busy ai lit You can't take the phone
: u .", 4r' fr.ta' years and help level off the gasoline off the ando to sleep anymore; Since March phone company personnel -
r; I crunch. the receiver beeps at you,then a voice have worked at night and
.
I Carl Hurst owner of the Shell station comes on telling you the phone is off weekends to Install the new system.
i y 1 i' ... '_ on US-30I. said although he was and hook and to please hang it up. The job entailed running new lines to
/ operating on 65 percent of last year's Those on a 984 party-line exchange each phone. Now they have to go
allocations he was making a higher will notice the biggest change in that through and disconnect the old lines.



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t feet) McMUi appled ft* far, tKe ftrws 4 t: __, Tuesday to the t t Sunshine Acres, :2 (vocational i
80 CETA work n 33on at apriority YBPTSumot (os yeg yjN + r lpl e for.tfcre police off! I aides! ).
list meeting held In :COUH& Commission r Yotjtb Prtgntm, A iSSt "patch.r. The Cfatet jt HRS services, > , I, ft Silt "* S ;
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room of the new courthouse' ,, Clawrooni Training' eo' Onjy went to' 'the Concerned: I J Bradford County Historical J. oj.Board* .: i'A.M. 'Fit.t.f. I
Monday afternoon. .tb* I u6Bc Srvi 4 t pro Myp nrp organisation for.* (Bryctnt. isTrhe f of Trustees 7 (old courthouse restoration a Walnut St t
The District Advisory Board were frioritbfd Tuw RJB complq., ( II l ).
assigned Ktoritkw to the 80 position* 1 towih programs; art ..aI I Florida State t Division, of Forestry. 4 (1 forest : CDKEBordon's I
requested rfwhfeto It Is expected that con ..wlA : Ie: d8Uipr; antaGetw ranger!! a towennen. 1 clerical). MOTOR OJl3Qla. o1vPPsi !
approximately 90 per cent will b4 r wing clerk and KlorifJa.,National Guard.3 ((2 supply tIlt
funded by the new allotment for tie QlltI"c ant tie county boa ld'wtk '' p Man tot the town f, ,, rrCeX clerks,,} maintenance custodian).. $ It Tax !
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fiscal year starting October 1. Boardmembers des' the public i place.. County Health 180Z. t
present at the meeting were'' -',.4 Category and has been assured that at ;< !police officer x.lfirrlpl .L (clerk>. Department. 1 Plus Tax & D.D :

Maxie Carter Jr. and Elizabeth ,. leaat{ 90 per cent,or approximately TO.i i bottom of the list wlttjr p .... Volunteers .of ''America, :2
  • Walker. The third member Millard positions will be funded under the new*l l j 1 housekeeper 1 activities aide). All BRANDS BEER
    Brown could not attend. ,, i 'allotment starting October 1. :Tb Afehdea requesting MAc het 1 l i Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic
    I For the current year, Bradford$; local CETA office wUl-b; notified.In. < ,and the number|of posR1onasfor [,| (clerical). 1 *119 $100 Case I"
    County received$300,000 In Title and k September of its exact.allotmeqt,';.t.' werE ; present CETA contracts .expire, till Q.I. OverCoat
    Title II (public service programs for 5?' ) I 'ij' September JO. "
    CETA workers, and $296,000 in funds' i' r The'' 'four highest prlorlU' ** were 'City1. jof Starke, I (4 p flce of fleers V."
    K.. '*II. and 3 radio dispatchers .II,
    ? Lawtey, 4 (3 police and on* .. .'T', : ) / : :: :
    maintenance custodian). r !.' .j" ::TJJJJI-JI1:3zII:11: ::: ; ,: 1

    New Assistant Principal Brooker, 3 (one marshal and Qt1e, ;. .., ..:,,'u. : \ :! ::: : :::

    maintenance custodian)..' ; .. . .. .. .. .. ..,.. .. ......
    Hampton. 2 police: ofQcersi .. ,-.. .. . .. ...,_......"',." _
    Concerned Citizens, 9.

    Project PASS Set at BUS 2.Florida State Employment Service A&KFeeds

    ,Division of Corrections 9.
    ,
    walk through the school and see how Suwannee River Economic Council,
    Bradford School will be
    High get- S.
    much more work needs to be done
    ting a new assistant principal after before take Bradford County School Board. 4
    moving can place.
    veteran administrator C.C. Anderson (one mechanic's: helper, :a painters, Yaur Farm Dealer! Has
    retires Aug. 17. Casey called a special meeting for one grounds worker). l
    Charles Hall former teacher at Wednesday 7 p,m. and at that time. Bradford County Commission 6 : I
    Buchholz High School in Gainesville, members will walk through BMS. (mostly clerical).
    will join the BHS staff Aug. 15. He is
    currently working on a Ph.D. at the t d .

    University of Florida. Counties Pi. MDVED
    Other items discussed at a special ombtiiign9
    Aug. 9 school board meeting was the
    continuation of a special program' ,

    Parents( .).and Students SucceedP.A.S.S. Favorite Soi]
    [ Judgeship
    Dorothy Moore and Peggy Stanwix- They Are Doing Business Behind Powell's
    Hay told board members the programwas
    ready to become operational is What Is generally) believed to be a presence" that one person (not named
    year and they were going to non-partisan procedure for choosing a ) "will be appointed because of his Tasty Freeze Across From Holiday Inn On
    Tallahassee Aug. 20 to negotiate for new circuit Judge has turned into a close personal political affiliation
    grant monies totalling $143,947. The lobbying effort by Alachua. Levy and with your campaign for governor."
    program is funded under Title IV-C of Bradford county commlasloners and, It U no secret that Chance's wile U.S.301
    the U.S. Elementary and Secondary attorneys who are scrambling to promote Jean, supported Graham and Is active -.
    Education Act. their "favorite son" for the post. In the Democratic Party
    Moore told members they were cer- The final decision on who will get organization here. Special
    tain they would receive all the money ,the newly created judgeship rests But In stating his concern. Brootendid ForA '
    they are asking for and pointed out with Gov. Bob Graham who has to not miss the opportunity to plug Your
    there are only six grants like this in choose between Levy County JudgeW. the candidate he.uppoI "I know of Good Clean
    the entire state. O. Beauchamp Alachua County no one..more qualified to serve aa
    Both Moore and Stanwlx-Hay Judge Chester B. Chance and Brad- circuit Judge than Judge Sanders?be
    thanked Superintendent Tom Casey ford County Judge Elate Sanders. wrote. Feed Needs
    for his continued support of their pilot The trio originally was recommendedto Letters in support of Beauchampand YeIIowCorn
    project. The project Is designed to him by a judicial nominating com- Sanders have political overtones
    .make mathematics learning more applicable mittee from the 8th Judicial Circuit. of their own, with several coming
    to rural students. Since the recommendations were from county officials in their home
    Also discussed was purchasing a made July 18, the three county com- areas See A & K
    new lawn mower for the Bradford missions have passed resolutions Levy County Sheriff Horace Moody $750 Hundred
    High School football field. Lennard recommending their local favorite.' and elections supervisor Joyce Smith
    Register, director of operations told But one legal observer pointed out are among 11 personawho, wrote letters
    the board the lawn mower now being that going on record in support of a In support of Beauchamp, along ,
    used was costing approximately particular candidate could come backto with State Rep. Herb Morgan of '
    $1,500 a season in repairs. haunt these counties later, Tallahassee and Hurley Rudd, :
    Register said there was $2,800 left especially If commissioners take a Tallahassee city commissioner.
    in the budget which would be enoughto case to court and find themselves Five letters were sent in support of
    purchase a rebuilt reel motor, or a before a judge they didn't support. Of Sanders including one from former
    part for the mower now being used. course, judges are supposed to be Impartial ,(see page 9A)
    He asked to the two bids sent but even the appearance of
    open -
    in by Tresca Industries and Zaun any conflict is grounds for having a' -yM"k

    Equipment both of Jacksonville. case reassigned to another judge.In ,, ,,,. -,
    "
    After some''' confusion Over Zan"s' addition'to"ilowery" -county" JI I

    'bid)of $2.ted'tfie'\hahet"be$42 fora ;!II W.1' '* 100k unit.CA d' Into'rilugt -t. beeamMlddtotlNlgoVethortafdpl&resolutions! ,more than 63 letters/ have tl j ;; cEr: :: : =* SV a ''f ;, jS'e( iiiJ/ *' ._ .. i '

    and bids be ed with the applications of the can-
    more thoroughly open
    again. He also turned the entire mat- didates. Community: College I
    ter over to Register. And an unknown number of more
    Bradford Middle School Principal wily supporters have avoided putting ,
    Dewey McKinney told members he their opinions in writing and have -= I
    'was concerned about getting moved made their feelings known through a
    into the remodeled school before well-placed telephone call to L Fall Registration
    classes begin Aug. 27 Casey said he Tallahassee.Of : J
    wasn't sure if the architect would the letters that have been received _
    more than 50 praise and support .
    and suggested board members ', r. '
    agree
    Chance. These letters variously ...;.,. ," _. ::: .j
    describe him as a "people's judge .;' Bradford -
    County High School j
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    Gunter Staff and "down-to-earth person" who .la Y
    Stops well qualified for the $43,709ayearjob. '.. ,.,' '4: ..J Starke, Florida \V + .j 1, .. "\. :fI ":\ '' ; s:

    Courthouse VisitsVisits The signatures on those letters ,., .', 964-5382 ;".. tFALL
    offer a cross-section of most who .,,-i, ..,w. I =

    to the Bradford courthousewill practice law in Gainesville. .N"I', .... '. ., ; '. fII, '' CIS=
    be discontinued by personnel Included among the authors are J' "l'UI..A. 'f TERM. 1979 .'R .} ""< Vie. : :
    X
    nine assistant defenders ,.. : :;:, .. _
    public "
    from the office of State Insurance here b' I. \'"I '" .. .-t ,4- i -
    Commissioner Bill Gunter because of two assistant state attorneys, \ ,lfIt ",, ..' ; / ':. ,... "3 .') ., .', .!," 'if... ,', =_=
    the small numbers of persons using Alachua County Judges Nath > j'; (d ri .,... j,. ; '. ., j \- "
    :, .. "i .:i :" ;" J a
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    the service and the unusual increasein Doughtie and Jeanne ,Dawes Cren- ,'(.....iJ'tc'. ?..: +,;, ; -". "*$, 1f'1"< : Office > t.',, yet n, 41x n \1
    fuel costs. shaw State Rep. Jon Mills and at- ... t,, ., .' j, < (,->,,(': 'Thursday'August.. 9 *,", v REGISTRATION -8:00: a.m.-I:00 p.m. & 6:00-8:00: : p.m. .m' ,.,,,';, ,.:.4iiWednesdayAugu .1 ate
    torney Bill Andrews, former state 'ltft..II '" V. .L' ". "'t I
    The announcement was made j "4
    August 7 by Deputy Commissioner-in- representative. Two appellate court 'W". .1'I.; s.: ;, : .!! 2 REGISTRATION 8:00: .. .. ::00 p.m.:00p.m. y=jfl/ ;::': ; ": !: : ';
    Charge E.A. Quigley of the judges John Beranek and Herboth '::1. ., .J;. -..'.' ..\ 'Thursday, August 30. W. REGISTRATION 8:00: s.m..1.: .' ; .\qr,; .,,.,.'' //1 I I:
    .Gainesville Service Office. Ryder also wrote letters supporting ,'aV-I I' > t' *9 Tuesday September ;t.1J Jt.',II' .' "...' / I' :
    Assistance can still be obtained by Chance.In I :} ':+ : ? <. :j" ..... REGISTRATION 8:00: .m.-1 ::00 p.m. & 6:00-8:00: : p.m. .

    phoning 904/372-0458 or 904/372-0459 orby the meantime, one Gainesville ru Ian: t.r; ...}....'.,;f.' ; ,"- T.i W.dnesdaySeptemberS, REGISTRATION-SOO..m.-IOOp.m.6:00-S'OOp.m.: : .,.' ", ,, '
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    ; writing: Insurance Commissioner attorney has complained In a letter to (;>Ji'i-i"' ." :"U" : .-. FALL TERM BEGINS, 'tk' ,. ,.
    the that he fears the tjo: .. ,d v-: t
    901 NW 8th Avenue, Suite C-3, governor appointment t .w L. '
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    Gainesville, FL 32601. will be made on the basis of' ; 7 ( tt**MondaySeptemberio: ,! 'SCHEDULEADJUST"ENTS.S:00..m.-1:00p.m."'! : ',,:+;;. ( t. I '..+ :::! ,: ', ,

    Insurance Commissioner Gunter political rather than. professionalmerits. ..;';' ,'. Tuesday' September,: 11 1 .,' SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENTS 8:00: a.m.-1:00: p.m. & 8:00-800: : p'I..! \ tt" ." r I
    regrets having to take this action but' II', c ;
    ; 4+ ; ." I (LAST DAY TO ADD CLASSES sank '.,
    also hopes conditions will permit at In his letter attorney Kenneth : ) .>, w'4"lit \: j ;
    some time In the future the resumption Brooten said there has ,been : I ; \ ; ::::

    of this service, Quigley states, "c9n lderable discussion In my i';,'} :i :

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    i:; RDPER Eti "" 1t :, Friday November n 3ti .THANKSGIVING.. HOLIDAY (NO... CLASSES) *. *tfld-':..f'., ':, ;"". .'JII'X!, !,'-. >":?,*" It .:.- ,'*: :..;:.

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    The State Cabinet last week took a deep said county. A stronger weapon to enforce'compliance {

    breath and renewed Its push to equalize property can hardly be imagined. '. i't '

    valuations among Florida's 67 counties- : ,

    move that could be good news for taxpayers in In a strong argument for equalizing tax ,
    Duval day, and a few other "over 90 per cent assessments in all counties Gov. Bob Graham

    counties"and bad news for those in Baker Jefferson said: "It is very important to have Just value

    and some other small counties that are assessments or the citizens of one county will ,
    below 90per cent "fair market value" in their be subsidizing the citizens of 'another county 4t

    appraisals of taxable property. through school funding, water management
    districts'and other multi-county organizations :

    Right DOW Bradford County does not know funded by property taxes." Finance and Tax f 4 '
    just where it stands on the appraisal totem Committee chairman Steve Pajcie added.'"It's

    pole. The last figure for Bradford, released just not fair to have tax money distributed on
    some time after the controversial Hunnlcut the basis of tax rolls that are wrong." With sucha

    reappraisal in 1974. gave this county a passing base for taxation,property owners in counties v

    grade of 86.4 on the property appraisal with assessments close to 100 per cent of value

    Scoreboard." But five inflationary years have are penalized financially and those with I

    passed since that time upping the values of assessments of 90 per cent or below reap dollar-

    property: in all categories; while county appraisals wise benefits. ,
    remained virtually at the same levels. .

    Due to the inflation factor, Property Appraiser The DOR study of 1978 tax rolls found 12 counties -

    Jimmy Alvarez thinks that Bradford's appraised with assessments over 90 per cent of just At Camp Blanding these happy recruits celebrated by, giving each other
    values may have skidded to around an 80 per value including Duval at 94.7 and Clay at 92.2. "their last G.I. haircut.

    cent of "true market value" at the present On the other hand, eight counties,, including ,. .

    time, and we may be no longer at the 86." per Baker 68.6; Broward 78; Escambia, 67.9; and ,." .

    cent rating given us five years ago. Gulf 69.8 were low enough to evoke an order J
    from DOR to bring their assessments closer to Qa aoQ J DU WlDt?

    The answer will be forthcoming within the full value. .

    'next few months, for an in-depth state audit of
    county values in all categories of property is Bradford's 1979 tax roll has already been accepted Tuesday Aug. 14, marked the 34th anniversary of Japan's unconditional surrender

    now in the final stages and the new figures will by the state so there is nothing to worry following the dropping of the first nuclear bomb on Hiroshima.. ,., putting an end to

    be reported after the first of the year. If the about this year. But next year might be a different World War It. ,

    state fmds appraisals here too low in view of story if, as Appraiser Alvarez suspects The occasion touched off delirious celebration In all parts of the U.S., and Call Street

    current market values the county may be in our appraisal rating Is currently down around as well as Broadway and Basin Street, were scenes of revelry. The following account

    for another general reappraisal of property, 80 per cent., ", from the August 17* 1945 Issue of The Telegraph tells of Call Street's reaction to this
    which Alvarez said will be made this time by historic moment.At '
    his own office staff, without the aid of an out- A reappraisal and increase in values wouldbe

    side firm. one way for the county to get in more tax
    7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, Assistant Fire Chief WAC in the convertible coupe who flashed by sitting
    money for the same amount of mlllage, Edwin St. John heard President Harry Truman's on the lap of her GI escort; and from the four
    Time was when 80 per cent of "true market although the original intent of the 100 per cent familiar voice come on the air. He waited a few soldiers who commandeered a dilapidated pick-up
    value" was considered acceptable by the state, valuation goal was to reduce tax millage as minutes to be sure this was the real McCoy, then truck and sped away, guzzling upturned bottles. of
    but this figure, like inflation and everythingelse property values increased. However, it has not Joyfully sounded the five one-minute blasts of the beer in a kind of tableau of revelry.
    siren that told Starke the great news... Japan had
    is being pushed upward and 90 worked that .
    now always
    per way.If
    accepted terms of unconditional surrender. One block away on Walnut Street the lights turned
    cent or better seems to be the only base that on In the First Methodist Church and soon
    will appease Tallahassee. The law says values the next reappraisal increases values In Eager to believe the great news, yet wary of were filled by those eager to show their gratitude
    should be at 100 per cent but it is hardly Bradford County, then the property appraiser hoaxes or false alarms, Callstreeters stopped dead for peace- not by honking a horn or downing a lix.
    in their tracks for a breathless moment then proceeded pack, but by bowing their heads In silent ;
    realistic to expect that this figure will ever be would certify to the County Commission a prayer
    along with the rest of the U.S., to stark,
    go God
    The strains of "Pralse from Whom AU Bless .
    reached, since variations in appraisals must millage that would bring in the same amount of '.staring.mad, ings Flow" mingled with the tumult in the street.
    allow for a margin of human error-say 10 per taxes under the new values as is now, being Never had those words had more meaning and
    cent above or below the 100 per cent goal. raised on nt. alu.es.Jbe. ; County Commission ?M Mae Sisson,the buxom Irish pop-and-candy stand never before had they,been sung with such fervor.
    does not have;to accept the appraiser'* I. proprietress; on. the vacant lot next .to, The .... .
    ; iTelegrapVpauMd in'Mr' nd of ,of shutting ,B_ ,pn 4be cornerof..Call and,Walnut khaki-. '
    If a county does not come '.to.where,(he' *" figure+buttafraWtralsetaxeslrptd the statftTO It evening ;:f a
    up ,
    Aip shop, and said: "You know what I want to dot I clad GI stood transfixed,his face wreathed in a hap-
    Department of Revenue thinks it should be ten mill cap, although a public hearing.must be want to cry. Silly, isn't it?" py grin. "Gosh... Just think," he said to no one in
    that county will receive a "letter of defect held in order to do so. particular. "How good! it'll feel to drive into a service .
    from the DOR's executive director stating the Sam Samra proprietor of the White House Cafe station tell em to fill it up, and have your
    complaint and ordering the county to come into This hearing would give the taxpayers at across the street, began breaking open paper- windshield wiped without even asking." We knew
    rolls of coins
    wrapped ,showering them on the
    pavement what he meant. Our windshield
    hadn't been
    professionally
    compliance. If the local property appraiserfails least a chance to be heard for their money: like confetti. Sam wasn't drunk...Just slightly wiped in four years.Suddenly .
    to do so, then the state can reject his tax Perhaps they should start tuning up their vocal delirious with Joy.When all the change was gone he
    roll and no ad valorem taxes may be levied in chords: now. started throwing packages of cigarettes in the
    street... next came cigars and candy bars. Happy it was 9:30 and MPs
    GIs from Camp Blanding scrambled in the street peared from nowhere and began circulating quiet
    for this"manna from Heaven."showered by a mid- along Call Street... "orders from headquarters"...
    August Santa Claus. GI busses pulled in to transport soldiers back to
    '" : Camp Blanding, except for the few who lived In
    I FORESTR Y in Bradford CountyBy Mark Soon came the honking hordes of automobiles town. Even the USO was not immune to
    turning the Intersection of Call and Walnut Streets tions; festivities there were halted and the bung
    Into a small-scale of Broadway and 42nd Street dur- firmly closed. "Too bad we lost the war," one -
    ing the after-theatre madhouse. Disregarding red soldier grumbled-as he went along quietly with the
    trol When a wildfire burns out of con plete breakdown of a lire'.pollution have access to it.We hope to use it for lights, autos of all descriptions careened around rest.
    smoke, not much can be done about the potential within minutes. any questionable fires, perhaps with / corners, causing one philosophical pedestrian to
    except to regret its effect on observe,"The Lord takes care of children,drunks...
    air Special problems or in an area where Without its khaki friends to set the pace Call
    quality.But "This will give us much greater accuracy the pollution is already high." and peace celebrators." Street soon calmed down, and by 10 o'clock all was
    the best time
    some fires are deliberately set in determining quiet once more. Here and there a tell-tale sign remained
    for good reason-to clear land, improve and method for setting a prescribed Burning authorization for a Someone bumped into the back of Sheriff Oscar to indicate its boistrous,uninhibited hour.A
    animal forage or reduce the fire" said Stan Withrow, the Division's necessary fire is not difficult to obtain Andreu's car, but the good-natured sheriff took it in pair of GI boots reposed in unmilitary disorder atop
    chance of a disastrous fire. With meteorologist. In r.ost cases if conditions are stride, and the gleeful driver drove off in all directions the awning of Col. Knight's law office, tossed therein
    these, much can be done using a favorable. Just call your local officeof blissfully unaware that he had bumped the .gay abandon by a rejoicing infantryman who r
    relatively new science called smoke "As soon as the program is completed the Florida Division of Forestry at law. hoped no doubt, to never wear them again. .
    all of our District offices will 964-9434.
    management.The
    It was such a show as Call Street had never seen
    Florida Division of Forestry before.Jack and Bea Bert raided their own novelty But on the whole It was orderly disorder. "We
    has tt stock of had two extra patrolmen on duty;but we didn't even
    the responsibility to insure that t t shop serpentine confetti and noisemakers; "
    all such burning ("presented fires") County Agents By.Notebook rode up and down Call Street tossing them into the need them, Mid night officer Ebb Thornton.
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    "After all. there's no law
    has the minimum possible impact on eager hands of merrymakers. Soon gay paper there?" against being Just plain
    the state's air quality. Smoke Bobby streamers swirled from everywhere: from the tipsy happy-
    management is handled by research J.
    and weather specialists in the Fire Taylor
    phone442M
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    Florida's burning Democrat As Convention f
    Any May Qualify Delegate to
    are already more strict thoseof Now Is the time to plan and begin not feeding on the tree itself. Since ,
    many Southern states, even thoughthe planting to have a supply of. fresh they do no damage whatsoever, there ...
    geography of Florida tends to is no need to be alarmed or try to control '
    promote vegetables for your table. Mrs. Lucile Green, chairman of the chairman of the Insure .
    clean air. Outdoor fires are them with chemical sprays. The Alfredo Duran.' Democrats, Duran sald.4To
    allowed only with an authorizationfrom August is the beginning of our fall insects and their web will be disappearing Bradford County Democratic Executive State Democratic 'Party said the this we have made the, delegate '
    the Division of Forestry. This gardening season and there Is a good in a few weeks.I Committee, announces that delegate selection process had been selection process as simple as possi"
    can be obtained by telephone at no variety of vegetables that you can have also had calls about fruit 'qualifying papers are now available designed to involve.many people. ble. Any interested.Democrat can'"
    plant You can plant snap beans,lima drop on plants like persimmon figs for persons wishing to serve as possible.t "We're, trying to make sure easily qualify and. with a little campaigning .
    cost.There's beans, southern peas summer ,grapes and pecans.There are several delegates to the Democratic State that our State Convention will truly : be elected to this important .
    usually no problem in the squash tomatoes, peppers.. causes of fruit drop on our plants and Convention in St. Petersburg in represent the rank and file of Florida' convention." .
    daytime when high temperatures and cucumbers and turnips. Its also time trees. An excessive amount of November. ,
    ocean breezes unobstructed by to the seedbed or cold frame vegetative growth induced by fertilization ." ;. .
    mountains,let the smoke clear quick and pre broccoli cabbage onions or abundance of moisturecan "Any registered Democrat may run Lefcfc.iTe Thlr ...,. :
    ly. But at night, when cooler and cauliflower for transplantinglater. cause the fruit to drop. for delegate in the county in which be
    temperatures would keep the smoke later. Since the fruit and leaves competefor or she ia registered," Mrs. Green Editor South. It's so southern to me that I .
    Telegraph:
    from rising and dispersing much and disease problems will be the same nutrients a midsummer said.The qualifying form may be obtained was actually disoriented when 1 put it.
    iE greater discretion is used in granting present and more of a problem In the flush of new leaf growth will at the office of The Bradford When my! Centennial Issue arrived I down. I was also pleased to read the
    authorizations. fall garden but they can be overcome Jeopardize the fruit often causing County Telegraph. It must be filled set myself up with a cool: drink in the history of The Telegraph itself, and
    Y Until recently there was no scientific with attention and persistence.An Important them to drop. Fluctations in soil out and returned by September U. yard expecting to read through it in the part the various editors have
    to Judge a fire's pollution part of vegetable gardening moisture and extreme or unseasonal ass sitting. After an hour I hadnt played in helping to.badld.the com:; .
    way fertilization and waterIng changes temperature can also the 4tb because I read '
    an adequate passed page' munity.Mere's.
    potential. Then, in 197$. the U.S.
    program. Monthly fertilizationand cause fruit drop. every word' including'the old arts.jWhai hoping the next hundred;
    Forest Service published a set of A County Caucus will be held on Ocitober
    active growing trees also
    In Young time! ', ii
    a regular a "years are as interesting and true to /
    guidelines-130 pages of charts and greatly. 13,at a time and place to be an
    tend to their fruit
    should Increase drop more readily
    dry periods firsthandtccvunts fine tradition. the last.Bleanor ,
    your
    considerations. It read
    uses a complex than older trees. Cut back on the delegathe purpose of electingthe It Ia laadna [to '
    system of variables Including type of your vegetable production.gardening amount of nitrogen applied to the tree will l represent : of people chafing! under the Newman'LaGrange .
    We have a vegetable
    fuel wind speed and direction, Bradford County at the convention. "recaratructloa" of The
    existing 'guide that for beginning CUM something like a 10.15 fertilizer poMd .Wy
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    pollution\ levels and the location blue 1
    of
    gardeners. a chart that Instead 10-10-19) and avoid fjir
    01 homes and businesses .
    formiles
    around. All types of passible hats the different vegetable crops and moisture stress to. minimize fruit ..
    .....It also ov "' '
    varieties that grow ia our op*
    pollution are identified, from the invisible pPI : BRAD/ORD P
    coven the seed or plant 'pllCinp in Speaking of calls. I still have some 1. COG
    i to the obvious. the row planting depth ol Ned. plantinC folks who have wanted to call but .:t. 't !
    expected yield per IO feet could not find our number! in the p ; : :
    The Division of Forestry held of row amend the number of days between ...phone ,book. A year. or so ago our ( ""V trap1rj
    seminars last year to Introduce the p"?"""! and harvest of each +.county piwnes. were consolidated into
    state's forest industries to these basic crop. Call or com by your County*,, >switchboard system located in the G t
    principles smoke management. Agent's office for your fries copy. *-*:;..J courthouse. Most all county office ,. I.,;, BOB O. FERGUSON. -ioHNM, MILLER }
    ire reached through the switchboard 't .
    I have had several calls from SIMCSJ im froH" : \Pebitahors'. ', t,
    homeowners about a web thai covers Dumber(500 4-6380.

    But being developed right now.is a: the main trunk and branchesof. ; ,.Your Agent t-H Horn-Coots "''hllll> computer program, based m the and other b'eellia the yard. Agent.and ,.,..rdt a. 1'''. tTUsns :" .
    same principles,. that links Into the The webbing Is produced by tiny Insects 'dinator can be reached: through the \,; Seb.crl.Hen. ..is Ivies wadi M PS?Ysr#.1.$Shi MON';: '. ;
    Call if
    Dlyl. on'a weather forecasting : called'tree cattle" oren psoeJda.They Courthouse number. as w*can 4>rtsi* tf...**Mi.HrarVsrr.M.,..MMtM..
    teletype.! By punching In a short list of toed only alga and lichens be of bdp. or service to you at any : tit 4Jts' '.f1r..rtsfMsI
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    I Belle Brown Will Jij'

    ,I yMU J Monte Hitch bride-elect rf tapers and an arrangement oTwhite Celebrate 90th !t"
    o' David Carter,was honored at a bridal and blue daisy chrysanthemums. )'
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    I 1Lf"k : shower Tuesday night August e, at Mrs. George Winkler presided at Birthday
    II the home of Mr. Kenneth. Grider In the silver punch bowl which was placed Sunday ::
    I Green Acres. at one end of' the dining table. ,(
    I Co-hostesses were Mrs. Marvin Silver trays held dainty sandwiches Mrs. Belle Brown of Hampton, who
    1II Brown Mrs. Hay Stanwlx-Hay, Mrs and other condiments. will be 90) years old on Tuesday ,
    George Winkler, Mrs. M.C. Brown Mrs. Millard Brown Invited the August 21. will celebrate the occasion '
    Mrs. John Flynn and Mrs. Alma guests into the family room where the Sunday. August 19, at a reception'at'the '.i ,
    Packham. gifts ,were displayed at a table i Hampton City Hall from 8 to'S '
    Mrs.*Grider greeted the guests at covered with.L a white linen cloth and p. '; ;
    the door. Mrs. W.E. Carter introduce 'Centered with two wedding bells encircled ,: All fnends and relatives are invited
    ed the guests to the receiving line by small blue flowers. i to attend?,

    which Ritch,mother was composed of the honoree of Mrs.and J.M.Miss A gift of crystal FostorU stemware .. i ,1 l lMra "
    was presented to the bride-elect by ,
    Bitch. ,
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    Guests were Invited into the dining her hostesses. k Ti ..J.H. Fields spent Sunday to
    i, room by Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Marvin Out-of-town guests,were Mrs. Joe : Wednesday of last week with Mr. and
    Lee and Herb Thomas of Mrs
    Fields
    Brown. Mrs. Charles In Jacksonville I
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    jI The dining room table was covered Patatka and Mrs. Norman Traylor "'"' '''
    I with a linen cutwork cloth and Lawtey.Jenifer. .' ,Mrs. Barry Edward Firth'and
    centered with a five branch silver Brown, Nancy Grider and Sharon TeUtone daughter, Heather, left Sunday to Join ,
    I epergnette which held burning blue Clare Winkler assisted in serving. her husband, Lt. Firth in Rota.Spain I
    II Ii i t SharofTetstone and: for three years. ,(

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    t The Volunteers of America would not Intentional. To.. Wed August .
    like to thank the following ladles for Words can never tell you the JJapp&rIhJaj. ; :
    ,ro the glorious week they gave the ladlesat marvellous that ,
    experience you girls
    i Mr. and Mrs. Tetatone of
    iI Camp Neyati at Ringsley Lake worked so hard to provide for the Ruey
    iI I Brooker announce the approaching d
    August ft-10. group. There were tired 1
    I I Mrs.R.S. Mullins,scout leader,and and excited and you will never marriage of their daughter, Sharon 1
    ii i all her crew, Janet Betsy, Irene forgotten.God Marla, to Wayne Ellis son of Mr. Otis' .
    and Ellis, also of Brooker. .
    Joyce. Patty, Karen Michelle,
    ; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sanford Nelson Lonnie.This .is all the names our girls\ bless each and everyone. We The wedding will take place Friday .
    could remember, so if your names love you. Staff and girls. Thank you August 17, at 8 p.m. at the Church of
    ; Phyllis Collier and Nelson were left out please forgive us, it was '''you were wonderful. God of Prophecy.All Carolyn
    I Joseph friends and. relatives are invitedto

    attend.
    i! Wed August 4 In Aug. 15th
    First.Assembly. of God Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby returned Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of Ocala ..t -
    last Friday from Colorado Springs Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Heller of Mill
    : Phyllis Denise Collier, daughter of neckline with high satin collar and Colo where they visited their son and City, Oregon and Miss Mary Suzanne Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green and What Is
    j j Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Collier of puff sleeves of chantllly lace trimmed family Capt. and Mrs. Micky Dansby Heller of Pendleton, Oregon were Mrs. J.H. Fields attended the state 15 n 1 15
    Starke.and Joseph Sanford Nelson of around the neck and bodice with for two weeks. Capt. Dansby teaches weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. softball tournament in Cocoa Fridayto
    Starke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hat. white lace and seed pearls. The gown at the Air Force Academy thereGeorge W. Brown. Sunday.
    i field of Merritt Island, Fla. and Mr. had a chapel length satin train. She -
    ; and Mrs. G.S. Nelson of Jacksonville, wore a care-free hear necklace, a gift
    I were united in marriage Saturday, from her mother. Her finger tip veil
    August 4 at 8 p.m. in the First trimmed with matching chantilly lace
    I Assembly of God with Rev. Fletcher was secured with a net and peddle cap .
    f Phillips, great uncle, of'Apopka per- with daisy appliques with seed pearls. t -, . .' .
    forming the nuptials. A reception was held in the church ., p' ., ',. .
    Highlighting the altar were five Fellowship Hall. d', :B. -I,"
    candelabras holding 62 candles, an The gift table was covered with a
    I archway trimmed with greenery and yellow lace'cloth' over orange :
    > mixed summer flowers, 15 palms underlay.The We1v
    i around the altar and 12 aisle candles bride's table was covered witha had fuel
    with greenery. white lace cloth over yellow and a t
    Billy Johnson, pianist and Mrs. Billy decorated with candelabras and summer -
    ( Johnson, soloist, aunt and uncle of flowers. .
    the, bride from Plant City presented a The punch table was covered with a
    program of nuptial music. white lace cloth over green and
    James Gray of Middleburg centered with candelabras and summer 1
    brother-in-law, served as best man.Kenny'"CarmlckaerWStarke"wa flowers. 1
    '* Mrs*> Donald Diamond,cut, the .." ', djUSCflt 1 ,
    usher.MrdJl bride's cake and was assisted by Mrs. u I cbarge
    I Jt'YllAV/ic.\itl! :.'ia d (Y1'! ( ciHdtMfefjife, Mrs. WtWlfrfirfW/ "'.1 wtr' .,,.ven',..' ( 1
    as matron of honor. Tina Marie Collier Ms. Mary Gaskins. Peggy Morgan I..
    sister of the bride, was maid of kept the bride's book ;
    honor.They were attired alike In light After a short wedding trip to
    blue taffeta A-line gowns with large Jacksonville Beach the couple are .
    overlay collar trimmed in light blue residing on Weldon Street, Starke. 1925.
    lace. They wore light blue spring hats The bride is a 1978 graduate of smce i
    with blue velvet streamers. They car- Bradford High School and was In the
    ried multi colored carnations and Bradford Pop Ensemble, chorus and f 1
    babys breath with multi colored satin band.
    streamers. Mr. Nelson graduated from Cocoa
    Debbie Johnson, cousin of the bride, Beach High School; attended the Vo-
    from Plant City was flower girl. Alan Tech welding school and served two
    Diamond, cousin of the bride, from years in the U.S. Army Here's why yol'veJust
    Floral City was ring bearer. Candle T.
    lighters were Misses Cheryl Johnson
    and Patsy Johnson of Plant City, -,.
    cousins of the bride.
    Given in marriage by her father,
    Small World
    the bride wore a white A-lme bridal noticed
    satin gown with: chantilly lace; Inset at it.T. ',

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    Hamilton The wedding of Starke.Is planned for Friday, 4..J) .: r to. yerysimply; it's higher. Bej f\ 5 .. ;' :' Add an extra hot summer J

    August Miss 17 Dowling. received her GED After SchoolPreSchoo' :/ cause of higher fuel oil'cust$? *' it0. ,:,;.11 already'causing Florida Power & j

    from Vo-Tech in 1979. Mr. Hamilton ,Hours. ...::.:::.i4' \! What does the cost of fuel oil ,:, J Light customers to use record-

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    in 1978. .. I'',, ", fuel' adjustment?? Practically/ : ;l' "1' and you come up with the other $

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    spent Aug. 4* visiting Mr: and Mrs. foI fi.fdls'M : *,f r,.. ." you, we ; 7514.,3 ? t
    Billy Moore !in\Salisbury: N.C. .. at current market'prices. We: $1$ $12.3$ -ri $12 53 I ,'. ::.; You and we can control the ,*

    "lougfas Seyiiipur' of 'Jacksonvillewas Call, 'r need it .to generate' more than sit $12.36 'skyrocketing costs of oil. Or the
    home for the weekend.BRADFORttSQUAREfUWST. half of the J '
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    Teen Dance To Be Hosted by.Country Club

    k Friday Night. Aug. 17'


    "Summer Disco Mania" August 18 by W-SW. Charge
    Do You Know theme for the teen dance to"aw. will be 93 for nn6oMi ** fad no
    the Starke Golf and Countrl'day chal'1l8ler members.r", ,' ::1
    ,, August 17 wW7beseryetJ: .m. Chaperones for the evening will be ,,1 ." ',;?1. 1
    I'II Refreshments and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Clark and ? ,'.:f>. 'il.,', ,,.
    .... cokes will be for sale. daughter, Pam, Mr. 1') ., Reservations must be made by Woods. Mr. and Mrs; Richard Little 6, '. ..,)7,'a '
    and Mr. and Mrs. .
    J.T. Carver. "
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    :":: ThIS' I Country Club,to Hold<<; Cookout and Dance

    'Saturday Night Aug. 25
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    ,,: a' The Starke Golf and Country Club Is Monday, August 20 by calling'Phyllis
    : planning a teen cookout pool party Carver M4-S6C7. Admission "for'
    )- and dancing on Saturday, August 25 members' Is $1.00, non-member,
    Man I from 7 to 11 p.m.Reservations 1200. -j jMr

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    ...;. Real Estate Board To Meet TonightAtDinnerMeetlng .
    I ?e and ...... B\W 1116Iiag I Drake
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    j .. Rebecca Joy Saxon

    ..",; "., will Bradford-Union have a dinner Real meeting Estate on Thurs Board Guaranty realtors Federal and associates.guest speaker.All are invited .- Exchange Vows Jut)' 6 In Orange Parkcake

    : I day night August 18, at 7:30 p.m. at (.n,
    : the Holiday Inn with Harold Davis of Miss Rebecca Joy Saxon daughterof were Miss Margaret' Drake and
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Saxon of Mrs. Cliff Ashburn, sisters of the
    To Celebrate Hampton and Evan King Drake sea groom.
    Strawberry Swingers of Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. Drake ofPfafftownN.C. Cutting and serving the groom's
    I .... ., were. united in mar.- cake was Mrs Dee Wesslnger,
    Third Anniversary Aug. 18 (at 7 Miss Susan Richardson decoratedthe
    The ceremony look pace at the church and directed the wedding.
    Clay Baptist Temple in Orange Park Following a wedding trip to
    The Strawberry Swingers will Roger Chapman from Winter with Brother Dan Richardson performing Brunswick Ga., Charleston S.C., the
    ,. .. the ceremony.The mountain home of the groom's familyat
    celebrate their third anniversary Haven will be the caller. '
    L I Saturday evening from 8 to 11 p.m. Dancers, as well as .Pect.-ton'are wedding party stood before the HWsviUe, Va., and points of .in
    arched candelabra[ SI lightedwhite the East Coast the cou-
    holding
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    with a dance at the new armory. invited to attend ',;,;'. Jong
    11I.I tapers and surrounded by freshdaisies pie will reside Winston Salem, N.C.
    and coleus floral arrangements The bride is a graduate of Bradford
    Terri! Carter and Danny Strickland > with a background of High School and Piedmont Bible Col
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    I greenery. t lege. The groom is also a graduate ofPL.dmeMCoUege
    The nuptial music which (included and will be at*
    Julius D.Eunice To Wed August 17 'The Wedding Prayer' and .Beca....* lending the University of North '
    was presented by Mrs. Cindy Moore Carolina in the Fall.
    ,and Miss Lori Unley,......
    Terri Carter, daughter of Mr. and 17. at 8 p.m. in Highland Baptist pianist
    Mrs. Bryant Wilkenon of Lawtey and Church. Steve Putney served as best man.
    I Danny Strickland, son of Mr. and All friends and relatives are invitedto Ushers wre Andy Thompson, Ricky Rev. and Mrs.
    Mrs. Raleigh Strickland of Starke will attend. Brown, Billy Griffin, Cliff Aahbura,.
    be united in marriage Friday,August Larry Arnold and Leroy Davis Jr. BaerWELCOMEHOME
    Raymond
    Mrs. Gail Allen, sister. of the bride
    attended as matron of ...... Mrs.
    i Volunteers of America Celebrate Valerie Jones served as maW of
    BirthdaysMembers honor. Bridesmaids wen Mrs. Leroy.
    He Should Be Your Davis Jr., Miss Pam Davis Miss
    Doreen Marc Miss Lori Unley and Friends of Rev.and Mrs. Raymond
    of St. Edward's Altar tion of her August 11th birthday. Miss Martha Drake, .sister el the Baer entertained the couple at their
    Society honored residents at the Games were played during the home in Starke Saturday August 11.
    Volunteers of America Home in evening. Two decorated birthday groom.The matron of honor and attendants with a welcome home party and
    a Starke Friday evening with a birth- cakes and fruit punch were served. were la yellow presented them with a gift for their
    a day party on the occasion of Altar Society members attending knit idenucauMowued hairpiece new home.
    Michelle's birthday. were' Claire Brunetti, Antoinette of with Among those present were Mrs.
    Michelle and the 15 other residents COM, Lucille Moore, Anne Simons polished Ivy. They carried nosegaysof Daneille Davis and Jeffrey. Mr. and
    were presented gift wrapped birthday and Dolores Meng. pink and red roses, yellow and Mrs. Herman Roberts. Mr. and Mrs.
    gifts.Mrs.Sylvia Brown.home supervisor Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown Home white daisies miniature carnations Doyle Archer and Rhonda, Dr. and
    ,was also given a gift in celebra-- Supervisors, also assisted with the decorated with patches .of purple Mrs. Jim Lyons and Kim, Mr and
    party. sutice. Mrs. Jim Cbaffin and Mr. and Mrs.

    The bride,given in marriage"y. James Mallard and sons.
    father, wore a gown of white silk Refreshments of cake punch and
    Native Of Bradford Co. I Phyllis A. Brown, Roy Wells Were Married August 3: organza over taffeta. The lace bodice homemade ice cream were served
    was decorated with seed pearls and
    Reliable Phyllis A. Brown of Starke and Roy* ficiating. had a high round neckline. The long
    .,. l' Wells.' a former i Bradford.County The couple,'. truck driving team sheer sleeves had lace applique withbandofUceatthewrUUAUcetru itBJRTHSC&rri
    e Telegraph were*united?in left right .,fter the ceremony-or ** ,
    .. I marriage 1Fridat7"August' 3.1 in Texas if "!MA ;boo"I med ruffle decorated her full start. at'the 19
    Trustworthy Folkston, Ga.with Judge Haddock of hemline which terminated into a
    train. Her veil of illusion fell from a
    band of lace and pearls.She carried a t Elisabeth Rewak
    Levelheaded cascade bouquet of yellow roses, Paul R.and Vickie lUien Rewak of
    I Hinea-Coiierly Reunion Set Aug. 26 baby's breath and asparagus fern. Jacksonville announce the birth of
    The Way Radio Reception HalL their daughter, Carrie Elizabeth

    ImpartialAnd Ii The descendants of Wiley F.: Hines Center,alb N.E.2nd. Ave.,from 9 a.m. scene of he reception was decorated born Center.August' 7 at Baptist Medical
    with floral and
    I and Martha Conerly Hines are havinga until 5 p.m. arrangements Maternal grandparents are Harley
    covered dish reunion August 26, at All relatives are invited to attend. The bride's table was covered witha L. (Johnny) and Betty Hazen of
    Most Of All the Gainesville Senior Citizens
    beige lace cloth. Flanking the cake Keystone Heights. M.terna.I.lJ'e&t.
    'were two candelabra with yellow grandparents are OJ. (Ossie) and' '
    I tapers. The table held arrangementsof Evelyn: Norman of Lawtey. Paternal
    I Norman Reunion Draws, Big Crowd African daisies, marlgokQueen grandparents are Paul W. Rewak of
    Anne's lace and asparagus fens. Callahan and Joann Dwarte of
    The bride's cake decorated in white Miami. Great grandparent are
    Qualified The survivors of the late S.J and attend. They all enjoyed reminiscing king, yellow silk daisies and Uliea ef ,Stanley Forte of Miami Beach and
    Emma Carter Norman and friends picture taking and the bounty of food the valley, had a spiral ef whtte Jeeephine Forte of Miami.MeteaJeNIeeleEMj.
    met at the Lake Butler Community of all kinds. candle and was centered ea a rand .......
    I Center Sunday, August 12, for a The annual event will be held next brass tray decorated: with Queen
    basket lunch. at the Community Center on the
    year Anne's lace.The groom's cake wee ef
    There were about 125 people able to, second Sunday in August. chocolate, decorated with a" Randy and Shar.n Eddy of Norfolk.
    cherries and grape, and wee lemi:Ms Va. amenta::J fee birth oIa daughter\
    September 11th tr-- with a miniature bride mad........ >Kabul Nirart.loser: August 3 In the
    Keith Maxie Carter Karen Edwards received a Mrs. Julie Crawford. aMer of' the, JaekascnrUle Naval Hospital.MbilMaisreoLaotodpronn.r.Mr..
    I Associate in Arts degree from FloridaCynthia degree Nursing the Florida State bride kept the 1Jride' ..... .and
    Is Your Chance To Get III
    U State University in June. University in June. Cutting and serving the fcrieXa Lamb of Starke.
    _. .rents are Mrs.
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    $hp__ef Hudson Falls N.Y.
    Ml JaaMB G44y of Saratoga Springs
    Public Confidence N.Y
    Melanie Joins a sister Jennifer
    MicM .age 22 months.It'PLlCAIZ .
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    And CLUB RESULTS BRIDGE

    Mrs. Lex; Green and Mrs. Cecelia
    TerwUlegar were the winning couple
    4 at Duplicate Bridge club Tuesday
    UnitL night when the Grand National Pairs
    game was played.. Mr. and Mrs.
    I Charlie Riddle were ,second. Lora
    Francis and Rhea Johnson were third
    Claudia Clark and Kate Herndon
    and
    Back In Our Police Dept. were fourth.

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    Save Hundreds Of Dollars -- '

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    Vote For And .

    On The 7 9
    Mr. and Mrs. V J. Spongier returned
    Monday of last week after week's
    visit with Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Badman
    -c Douse and Jack Badman Weston Marc
    Elect Vega Supermare England. and then
    motored throw the United Kingdom
    .. and three weeks. They,
    also' .visited Major and Mrs. Jim,;
    'in Mildonhall.
    3 Dougherty Suffolk.
    : England son-in-law and daughter .f,
    Julius D. Eunice Mr. and Mrs.Bill Wilson of Starke.

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    ''' Mr. and Mr*. Henry Richarde and,

    The Housing Group Priced To Sale now :\ week family with of Pascagotda her mother,Miss Mrs.spent H.M.last;.'


    As Your BY FLEETWOOD ENTERPRISES. INC. wbiriabses.Ty visited Disney World..


    ..Mr* ..od. Mr*. Starred Hamilton]?:
    JOHN BROWN'S .*ere in Georgia last Wednesday ', .
    Monday where Mr. Hamilton atUftd-lr;:
    Chief Of Police ad his 214th Coast Artillery Anti AirtVcraft
    unit reunion on Saturday and*?
    MOBILE HOME CENTERHwy Sunday, They alan visited Mr. ado}
    i."v Mrs Gary Hamilton and daughter in!t: '
    .. Toccoa. Ga and visited her parents. .
    Pd PoL Adv.) Paid For By Harold Euntee. 21 Keystone Heights Flo 4733775. & <"
    p. ( ,Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Jackson and fj.I', '.
    , :' :r. family in Winder Ga. Ii?'. I'

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    I k '' !J .!If, ..h1 .. ?. !, Mr. and Mrs. Marion ; i
    ,ltd> daughters of Ormond Johns and Smith DeVoe returned last VMy:, ..i :
    ;pent the weekend at the Se Johns were after being a patient to Ana.a r.N
    I II 3-.ttage at KIngsley Lake. : York City last General Hospital for a ..... iBV, \
    ., Christine' daughter, Mrs. Carlos Row of ; j jKey.tone
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    ed a 4.0 grade point average returned after August 5 In Alachua General awl : s\
    the Spring Quarter recently his son-in-law returned to the home of her pared to : i
    pleted at the University of and Mrs. Ira Wells :
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    recuperate for a i
    Florida In Tampa.

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    Roger A. Kelly of Starke Hugglns and
    thatTerryYawnlaworklnl..aLawK K
    named to the Dean's List for the wedding of a school intern at the Gainesville Public I; .t
    ing semester at Cumberland to Michael Defender's office and la also doing I
    Law Samford University, morning in some work In the Starke Defender's 5 r-;
    ingham, Ala. a
    office.

    Miss Mary Anne Miller Jackson of Chat f
    ,yard Tuesday after undergoing spending two
    surgery In North Florida u.'j"" parents Mr. and .. t:
    ...r Hospital last Wednesday.Col. Sr. In Starke and w
    Merrill in
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    Jr. have returned from four ;
    vacationing and visited points of Baltimore, Md. .-- I
    terest In Milford Goshen Harper of Gibson, LITTLE KNOWN FACTS i
    They also went to Fort Worth, week with their Young children learning
    where their son-in-law and Rev. and hold their own bottles can I
    r Mr. and Mrs. Ken Weaver have an exler time if you clip
    they accompanied them on a a cotton cock over the bottle.
    the Ozark Mountains and Hot Young, Jr of H can make U ender to clasp ,
    I 'Clan to Gather 1819inBroke Ark. Wednesday and and If you're using glass !
    Crosby August Mr. and Mrs.C.G, <. bottles, UM 1 likely to flutter I..
    bring pictures and Items of historical Mrs. Gilbert Goldwlre and if dropped.
    Family member 'M the late Philip scheduled for the Lake BuUer Com- value to share with others. Items J.H. Moseley attended a
    A. "Uncle FhiPand Clarissa M. munity Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p m. be donated to the Bradford County Thursday for Mrs. W.H. last Friday
    Bragg Crosby have scheduled an an- and all family members and friendsare may Historical Society to be displayed the home of Mrs. Dale Alachua General Young children eeem to
    invited to Ocala. Infection. enjoy going for a rid. in a I
    nual and attend and
    family reunion for Saturday bring a in the old courthouse In Starke, whenit lightweight stroller such a
    1 favorite dish. M
    Sunday On the, August first day 18 and of 19.the 'reunion, At noon, families and friends will Historical opens Society as the building.Bradford County Mrs. J.G. Caldwell, Mrs. her bir this yellow and white striped i i I: i:
    family members have planned a hold a brief meeting to make In- Further Information be obtained wards, III and Mrs. Lila Rae a Dutch treat lun steel swivel wheel model from i
    peanut boiling at the > ole\ Philip troductions, discuss events of the past by calling Ruby Brannen may Marilyn and daughters Dianne and Steer Steak Mothere, retailing ipecUIUU \\i
    Crosby" place at Brooker from'3-5 year; and make plans for the follow Vellenga.U crosby Janet Carter tended the wedding of Thomas ., formoUiere-to-be, babiesnd l
    children under n... r
    ing Mack and Linda Diane
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    pm.The Sunday reunion has been Family members are also urged to 378-SOB5, In Gainesville. Lakeland on Saturday, August 1i. ,;\


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    of Mr. white with yellow roses and green
    The 50th Golden Anniversary
    and Mrs. George Faulkner of Lake fern leaves topped with large wed- 4 ii

    their Butler home.was held Sunday, July 1, at of ding the bells valley, two flowers white and doves 50th, white edged lily in A 1HIMI I
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    the sun porch had a large arrange- the children were present Lee ex- BOO% t Jo BOOK I010.E
    ment of yellow gladiola and fern. cept Faulkner one. Attending Virginia were Forsyth: Mary, Alice 'r f
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    dining VaUerchamp, vera Hendrix, John S 10.5 E nU LEO_ f
    cloth overlaid with a white lace
    gold Bill George, Roy, Gerald and Drexel inch SHED Inch 1C 8 i _
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    each end of the table. White carnations Faulkner. Also attending were Mr. inch x ;-; SHeETS

    and baby's breath surroundedthe Faulkner sister of Starke and brothers, Edgar, Mary of / i
    bowls. A fruit punch'was 'Faulkner 1'
    golden 0
    punch served with party mix mints and Jacksonville, Robert of Raiford and 4 : 69nCh .
    peanuts. Paul of Starke. Friends Mr and Mrs. "
    Espy of Jacksonville and
    The three tier cake was done In Tommy p 0 f i
    Mrs. Faulkner's: aunt, Mrs. Virdie : ,., : .
    Whitehead of Lake Butler, Mrs. 1 BUy SEVERAL l
    Mabel Laing of Jacksonville. NOT ESQOK 1. 14 SAVE v .II!

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    Butler,Starke and Raiford called durIng .a.
    P "., If. the hours. Telephone congratulations p
    : !I Cincinnati.included Ohio.calls from relatives in 1tA + w C%( ,. I

    Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent, the There were 10 grandchildren and tocttl
    weekend with her son-in-law and two of three great grandchildren pre-
    daughter,Mr< and Mrs.Tommy Chas- sent. t I
    tain, III in Gainesville. f v Wilbert Mann Ocala, cousin of I.
    Mrs. Faulkner was the photographer.Mrs. (
    Mr. and Mrs. James M. Henderson Faulkner's dress was a gold !::
    attended a graduation banquet for print with a pale yellow orchid with a s 1 1 i it1 :c:
    Santa Fe Community College Police purple throat corsage. Mr. Faulknerhad '
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    Academy' at the Gainesville Golf & a varigated white and yellow rosebud g '
    Country Club Saturday evening. Mr. pin on his shirt. '
    Henderson,who is a Deputy for Union For the lovely occasion many lovely .- N fy r re '
    County Sheriff's Department tied for gifts were received by the couple
    top score in the class' with. an overall and'wishes for nanny more years \

    average, ,of, 92. .,.. together L" v _' rS :

    ::0rene Cowart of Starke was admit ,..., iLi' "' ,1 ;;::
    ted to Shand's Teaching Hospital on' a:
    Monday where she is in serious condition ':.! {U: ,,,'.-,A'ri L' -, :
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    Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moore and MrVand
    Mrs. J.D. Evans were last Friday,,

    guests of Mr.' and" Mrs. Fred' Bennett' :
    Sr. /

    Mrs-Lillian Pearson has purchased* A Gas !
    the L\\N. Pickering home on Redgrave ,
    Street and plans to move 'In this
    weekend. Mrs.,Pickering. ; has,movedto ;NoFuein! & ? 300 CTi: PANTRY PRID ;/; J
    Tampa. ; e 1pN ; SANDWICH BA9I

    Mrs. Gl' Weldon/ returned ; [ 1,1 ,;Ii
    Wednesday dl's. week after two *Ther?' and EACN'
    weeks visit with her daughter ette ,
    f.tim'.1o: vacation at
    family,Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Patrickin
    West Florida.: < .the Isiahder' Beach Lodge., CRACKER IACKSI

    '"It's one of Central
    of West Palm
    Beach Miss has Vicky been Turner visiting friends and ,, :IFIorida's finest Ocoanfront N 10 0'''

    relatives In Starke and Jacksonville }resort hotels. 150 luxurious tigCiJE5

    the past week rooms, two pools; EACN t 1 .S ,lwfe*raaAdinchseot,7S'
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    Mrs J.M., Vickers of) Brunswick; great dining/ and< enterjjainment. aOOInch**,
    Ga. was last Tuesday to Friday guest., ic PEN 3 PK. 3M A&IC
    of Dr. and Mrs. H.H.;Adams; $' All.! less than ,! __ I' j
    ajvgtsnkf ul '.away .Gas
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    Mrs.Mrs.Evelyn S.G. Macomber Denmark of and Covington cousin, rea&lf avalbbteV' Come onf!, : 49 2 63 I I,

    Ohio-visited.'JeanMcIntyre In1Crlarido 'JbG1ii'g"'; : a,l; (And) 'No e1 {, t
    and avtended _____ '
    Saturday night ,( .
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    !>y iI< : frlonfe .p..
    a meeting Thursda Jn".' St.. Petersburg, Mondayto ueU1I'Jl't'lr' Oct. ,i i-f "t)!..ArtPUDDING ;"Jtl(, So.. :"' .' PLUS A FULI ASSORTMENT Of I It-
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    rM ,9'J. BACK TO SCHOOL CANDY 'Y
    MrsT Ariin McKnight returned 1 i CUPS '
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    weeks vacation .
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    August "
    In New Hampshire and Maine. She .Mi ). c"Loooe't..1! \ .. .AU.ITEMS AND rRKt GOOD THUH* AUO. 10 THMU Alia. AWL 22,."n..QUANTny.: MIGHT* "'U KVEO. '

    visited her son-in-law and'daughter. ,..M....... ; :. ,
    Cot and Mrs. Don Korea in Amherst, HOI S.M AIIMtIc AN; ...
    N.H. who' accompanied her to Smyrna "*ch, Fl*. ttOM +;. "t
    Ranger, Brunswick and Bar Harbor 1 800-342-5620

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    I, i 1 )I the Sunshine Clown, but alter all, chow bit I*hard work Summer :At Starke Rec., 1?,..


    I I The end of the summer is coming things.. Judges for the show were i
    r "r.Y and for a last blast at the Starke Cassandra Johnson. Otto Williamsand
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    children. Fun was bad by all and the first,second I
    Gong show participants were and third prize winners all Kelll Kitchens, another Sunshine Clown, seems to be expressing her disappointment .
    cheered(or booed) on by a boisterous received ribbons and, a candy bar over coming third place In the Gong Show, Oh well,there's always I
    audience-and those that didn't rate each. next year,
    got booed off the stage and a panel of ,
    three judges rated the acts.
    The Disco
    First prize winners were
    The gong was, of all things a dust Kids second place The BaseballBrotiera
    pan and a plumber's helper. Well)),in- ,. and third The Sunshine
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    Personal And Recommend' Can Diagnose Cure.Insect Pelts Or Disease Affecting Can Ale O Help LOUPES, PPOTAYOES tlCORN GRAPES.
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    Be Shrub You It Determine About!!Or Trees Fertilizing Your- Insect Lawn Paste Mower tn The Or\ Other Home Power E 4ulpment N..d. EACH 120 59'C| 0 '4 $100' SAYE led' 8 $1 SAV SJ 100 A''LB/ 69 I ISAYE i


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    TURN-M-UP \1' HOLIDAY Every p'ce/, I Gala UlM. .11I-Family* Napkins 59C Pancho'vina. Taco. Shells 69* S/a/n.e!
    '. j'OW MTasrr'nits > .ai/.al..rnr 1/11"

    Ready To Use ...... FOGGER Fresh. Kosher Dills 996vnmnmmmimmimn .Pantry........''Pride..-"Marshmallows-"" "* I TUftN-M P Residual Spray 100 y' libby Corn 3lMMNiiit Powder Drink Mix' '97eIM ( si J
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    Il\\ CT. Grter Apple Sauce / Friskies Cat Food LOAVES i
    ; Other \. ..,Home Fumigatoreoz SAYE2Od S.vo1O* 8/TS Ol. ..... SAVE 20C.
    Pests. ; 69' Pffeiffe'r'Dre'ssinS"""."..." 59dr
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    lar' p?. $J98RegRetaH [ CARESSr VANILLA I .
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    .'1folpr's Coffee Nestle.Quick '
    Starting Heavy Duty Air Cleaiier,-2V> w SOAP \ lurra.aaar TWIRLS 2PA 4'

    Bu. Easy Empty.'m Rear Bag far.2 ., '. WHITE OR. PINK,: .'''j'i Foljjr's Cofl e 5.51 Roach, I Ant Bomb M"Gantry Ks,109

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    Sold for Road 1I'to the gallon..And at current price It system. There's even a "doghouse" f :
    3 Work takes Approximately S24S to Oil her for their miniature poodle, Motet*'*, .! I
    J The doghouse. Diane eapUihied, 'to '
    e 9700,000 in revenue bonds to be 8R-2J9A, from ? II I s 19Th Bruce,however.. Mid trucking where the engine is housed but ialt i taaWe.
    SR-2S9
    to SR-1
    tied I to repair existing county paved Raiford. at V WU1 IMt an ecoMw&te way to see thejUids makes, a perfect seat for
    ads will be available for use August SR-225, ....A.and m.keaosn.: ......is weiT
    according to County Attorney SR-200.. from the Sampson Canal to .'1 iiiva .\ e rig II Cl8'lHJ"' ad nth Laughing!' Diane said she wa .o't ,,I
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    Dudley Hardy. ''\ ,cooler ctcaetfthelves,an 0I&Uet sure U companies allowed dog to
    =The bonds were sold August 7 in from-SR-IOOA.SR-100 the Edwards Loop Road ,'.. '111 ,.T.."t" for a T.V.. and of COUTM stereo travel in the cabs, but"they sure better ,
    west of Starke to SR-200 .. "
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    ll' let take dog!
    pllahassee at an interest rate of In south Starke. us our
    ::1:' 'I' The Braces, their shiny green Ken-
    1418 percent to Wm. R. Hough' Co.,a SR-100A, the Griffis Road
    ales in municipal bonds. The Lour lt.. worth truck and their miniature poodle
    which
    court- loops off SR-100() Starkeat \ .
    .I'f.1 l Jlore.Judgee America'shighways
    '\J' make
    the will surely
    6 is borrowing money by pledgIng both ends.SI2008 i
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    ., .tY"rya' : ,I. a little prettier, and IheBrace's
    .. It'i
    future state secondary road funds ., .. q "
    the Anderson cutoff road 1IIfI':-: j"" "' v _, -' "" a '! ttiroiarpgeSAl .
    .. dream of the cpumtry"will
    I against the debt to be repaid at Just south of Lawtey from SR-200 to .:' J' ; i/:;:' seeing '
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    tioo.OOO per year over a seven year SR-225 west of Lawtey. Cyclists on their way..Key: W.u1*. w.*.w tt SWwte Marie..Mkh*'fake a tors**??*)ft Gov.Charley Johoa and another fromMIradtord be realized In their Inimitable, ,, ; \
    tried.The. SR-231, the Dedan Church Road In Keystone Heights. Tbey.rer W*; rt IM.*.*. a,4y and expect reach"*;?:' : County Sheriff Dolph Red- style. i:
    short payback period made it which loops off SR-18 Just east of Key'West !\Iond.,.. T'. -. .q.Ix",. .cIIah. Almost makes you want to got 1
    easy to sell the bonds, said attorney Brooker. chamberlinn and buy a $78,000)() rlg..a $50,000 rig
    Hardy. 'SR-231, from the Alachua County Deputy press aid Jilt maybe? "
    The county commission Is expected line to SR-18. of the governor'office: explained that i I
    ty( decide shortly which roads will be -SR-225, from the Alachua County It's Key WM4>r'Bust ; ;, Graham may not read every word of r ii
    first. The Whitehead Settle- line every read a
    r stopped to SR18. ftheircontents More. t1
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    sent Road, SR-235 from SR-1o0 to SR-21A, the Santa Fe Lake Road <" .# summary and a ,
    I CR-229, probably heads the list; it Is from SR-21B to SR-I. "Wheelin'Free in the Son" la an**** ""ftM1r trail boa. Jim Pk.bnt.i" breakdown of how. many favor each I
    I badly deteriorated with many 'SR-325, which runs south from curate description for the S3 cycl&tjM '*n la a via equipped'"dot. 0 candidate. "1b..* are a number of (from page .AI)

    fttholes. Hampton to traveling down to Key West DrewuJ S I: ..- and even extra.. ,': '. factors the governor will consider: he would ,but one"sure would
    fear if the list of from A and he takes these appointments veryshe pt-two r
    S3 'ads are not repaired shortly they the Norman section Just west of Oscar The group passed throwsn t. J \..,....atattd ant ,lerioua17: said. help The council agreed with Wade's reQuest : '. .:.
    ill be lost and a complete repaving Carter's Store. last Thursday on the last ttird.,t .&rQi.. edesut poa r. Moving one of these county Judges
    >will be required,at great expense, .SR-230Athe Bethel Church Road, 1e00mtletrip, which i vedal-putbers, -itbtII, up to the circuit level means the Curtis showed the council a y "
    The list of roads also includes: from SR-230 to SR-231A. They expect to reach Key West' w1A .I.ID: jn Cae awl GQ U. I; 'governor then will have to appoint a Mayor drawn by Bradford County indicating ;
    SR-229A aaa'a'ii: them,back ,. new county Judge and already map up
    .SR-233, from toSR-200. day. ; carry ; the boundaries for the proposed :
    several are interested in I
    .. attorneys
    N The bicyclers have averacvdmiles tee 't I" ; the annexation. The proposedboundaries ,
    Once Graham
    that appoints

    d St. Edwards Church Halt miles.a day, with one long day. ISfA f ,(;..*.*.*rt.A.AMMM.w..A.......*." .. ....... new and munuev.ringcould peat circuit judge the start ll letl writing again mile north of will the extend railroad a quarter tracks off of ,

    Sponsored by the Church of Coot :, :' ,;.' the up U.S. 301 Just short of the Bradford '
    for
    BINGOEvery Youth Division In Sault Sainte>f Avte; ', f' county peelEditor's County ,fine and approximately 100
    one rider described it as"being lUw.} '; Yh.I 8:00 P.M. witness,..people stop and ask us itM ';. '.... :J7' win. 6 mlnutM. }'\\ the Gainesville Ban article that air tower. '
    Saturday
    : sorts of questions." ',1, .. .:1ab'"saat4 l",'v peered la the Aag. t>Sunday edttioa. Curtis Instructed Flynn to work up ..'} I
    411 N. Temple Ave Starke. Fla. ;' .l' J': shi < .//111 M1twrtltea by Baa Staff Writer Tad a referendum to be placed in a special
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    ". .' "', "\l"I'Ir election. A 51 percent vote both I
    .:. ,.:',, ; fwe'mtII.r within the city limits and the area of f
    n? -I X r. will be needed
    : ., proposed annexation
    I
    LCI Officer NabbedA for the iuue to pass. i
    .'.'" Flynn pointed out that In order to \. (
    JO-ye rW. orrecUondoftlterwai ; meet regulations set forth in state >,, --
    ,,: arrested Wednesday morning at statutes, Hampton would have to provide .
    t Lawtey CorrecUsnal Inititote on police and fire protection, garbage ;
    charges of Introducing contraband- service and other services in. -

    na-IDt.o. the prison. chided In city living.
    ._. Bruce Moyers,ue S.Water$t.,wasarrested The advertisement for garbage ser I I .
    by ,the Bradford County vice bids will be run one more week :
    '"."t1,;:: sheriff's office and taken to the counJryJaiL with the amendment that garbage be ';:,
    No bond bas beM eedk picked up twice a week Inserted. t

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    4 ., i :'1"1,4J' ,. To>> Determine Eligibility Requiremeiitse f .
    t 1 ALL mtu AND nucmt ooa THWW,AwL...TINY : .L: :.: V.i'c' : .
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    .4 new county Housing Finance HFA) is a new home loan board '
    I". .Authority will meet Tuesday Aug.M, recently organized to sell revenue
    U.S.KA. CIakeFresh L !eyBeef'! to determine eligibility requirementsfor bonds the proceeds of which will be 4 t

    ..w A.....-- bort'owen1..ac.to attorney used for home loans to middle-Income : .
    W A wl wA wwa.... 0S S ,.for the board Hardy. persons It is estimated that interest I ,1
    lat; Of i'Chicken';l .7:4'st: There will be a DOeR workshop section rates on the HFA loans will be two to r
    IM'/ M 111 ii i im M i*MM'mm'un mm -c,., in the Garden Restaurant. The three percent lower than on the open i '
    Bnls. Stewing Beef -...... u'Iii 'board will convene at 9:30 p.m.Tuesday market. The program ls..aimed at ; '
    .. a1s. in the county commission assisting middle income wage a
    IM MI U HUM MM mill IM l
    $1" meeting room In the courtfiouse to earners who cannot afford conventional '::J
    Genuine Lamb. Chops utykes L vote on the eligibility requirements it housing under,existing financing 4 t .

    ; 2 tSSealtest $231 works out in the workshop. requirements and yet who earn 1
    Beet Grill Franks $1JPf. JIJ"tl To be determined are: ,too much money to qualify for loans .
    ...M I.IM It I UMU e M"mM"*"-"..-..-, nn4U98B" 1. ,.. .,"#", ct .4 # *, p p3T0$118 ...,-<-. Thvmaximum amount'a perscw"","under federal government assistance 1'
    Fry M 1s. ,1Uw sal in the program. It is felt that some 70 percent of the / :
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    Cottage Cheese 78! 'The maximum amount which can people in'Bradford County will be k '
    IN w I1w.. NARI. M,5 $17'1 ., be borrowed eligible to borrow money under the V ; i
    Assorted Lunch Meat S LBS 5 .!v'vy ,,,Alf A:. '''v The Housing Finance Authority hew program, Hardy says. tM .
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    Pantry w Pride Sour Cream 68 tIM. I rI, \

    NASw1111_ un jN-mniT I n Mil inai icn Mr 5 IK tin M >i M m. Sliced American Singles 'S18' Sliced Cooked Salami, ..... $161 Oak Sliced Imported Hams P'. )f fJ'
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    Pantry Pride' Cream Cheese 6at 1A1 SARwFyne Taste Meat flanks 'boa Tray Pack Turkey Drumsticks u4t4,' ..

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    Creamed Cottage CheeseurKMMfpmTnM M"' Pantry Pride Bowl Oleo 5at Hygrade Hot Dogs U1 J.1'1} ftUTTSitTYvST&W .i'' t, t

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    Party Ass't. Lunch MutsMFllbert's $158e 191 Lykes Smoked Sausage $221 oraconPILLSBURY DIHMIIia '. O :
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    Page IOA TELEGRAPH August. 1111 : L.aal.

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    ; U '. : J. !' r ___t" : J I v :r'I'1 \- r'1 Starker between .tt. Authority t6 ,... II schoo l .
    electing' the ;following WITNESS my \ iV khirlrf of Bradford : !i' 'flUS' I Ifriyh/dt' -
    i NOTICE OfSHERIFF'S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 9 hours e/, 9-00: A.M. and County) fIot1B: 1 J. J
    ficer the seal 1 of Mid I bldded on
    *: EIGHTH Florida under forpurpose
    JUDICIAL CIR
    regular ng
    I SALE : 3:00 '.M.. excepting a
    CITY aUK For Two July 24. 1979. and the amount of the
    Notice I hrby CUIT OF FLORIDA IN : ,"Wrtt of Saturdays and Sundays, of setting tbs
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    givenIhol
    GILBERT S. .J
    Year AND FOR BRADFORD IVWill fa olBiMftfte.Ucriteria |. i .of) by for each school per
    I I. Oolph I. Reddish. Clerk of aid Court.By prior to the dote of sal.*. rule* for, ;
    POLICE .CHIEF For tftonth
    Bradford COUNTY Execution Issued out for participating or per year
    01 sheriff of Marlon A lilting of all surplus
    Two Year CIVIL ACTION : otCounly Court of DuvoJ I Successful bidder must
    County Florida under Clerk property will be given to In the Mortgage
    and by virtue of Writ of ONE COMMISSIONER CASE NO.79.153LONGCHAMP Deputy(Court Seal) County Florida pursuant each prospective buyer Assistance,! :Program .. .. ,"""w..lltt 'ro'
    GROUP 2. For Two Year HOMES.
    Execution, to-wll: ONE COMMISSIONER. Florida 7/26 4tchg 8/16 to a Final Judgement for upon request. School This ","tllltJ.,1II be held ',, .:! rhl.p, '
    INC., :
    Execution liiued out a torpor.orlon. > Slat/ Wide Collection August 21. '! 4
    vehicles, equipment furniture Tuesday ,I',
    CROUP 4 For Two Year* Plaintiff "
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    of County Court of Cloy MICHAEL BACH end Corpu of Jacksonville, and material' 1979, at 5:30 p.m. In the.._ -..- f .oro .
    County Florida pursuant NOTICIO'APPUCAnON Florida end' against CommIMi 'fIoorn of clean 'b* ;aroupd.r
    Mr. jall .
    INSPECTORS FOR SAID HELEN O. BACH his wife, will t bo sold on public
    to Final Judgement for Lawrence Todd and far voiding' Wd\ wword
    a
    ELECTION: Annie P.Holton. and CARLOUS STALVEYand Betty auction, the-'flrodford. County 1 .
    i Keyston Slate Bank of Ann Wood. JOYCE L. STALVEY. TAX DIED Jean Todd, defendant In L.B. Register, Jr. CourthouieV\{; TempleAvenue (with, no r.)urn of q pne f.. .

    i Keytton Height, Haven wink. Marl Red. his wife, .t al. Defendant Sec. 194.16, F.S. trio amount of $1,371.60 Director of Conor*! St911Ni Florida. I .,n tit,,,I tcf'p.ttOl! .),.
    Florida, and agalntt dish Rote McConnell, NOTICE IS together with cost of Services must hove bids\.' School, ,
    I
    Stanley K, Cordon, Ruby Howell Peggy NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY GIVEN that H.V. collection' 8/16 2lchg 8/23 Itcng81W.! :: Mminietfptfors l :

    defendant, In the Sheller Barbara Vallo- the holder of the Have tolled and haveIn .;not. lo1ot r; fie r'ulldlng i ;. P.M.. .

    amount of with 11,697.37 costs of ski 1, Verle R. Best, Ray TO: MICHAEL BACH and Ing certificate ha my possession the :i I .4SWILtIDS
    tog.th.r collection. Stone HELEN D. BACH his laid certificate following described personal NOTICE 0'INTtNTION I : ARE INVITED Send bids,Kq q./Aorgo .
    In Testimony whereof, wife 213 Churchhlll Dr., I to-wlt Ttkek" t fcJv" ftAMsul Coor'dlnator,
    Have sailed and have deed to be ", ; property : I nv vcnooiJLIQQ; In possession the I here unto subscribe my Greenville North thereon. The ; 1977 Ford Pickup VIN TO REGISTER Bradford County wilt: County Ihoo'' Food, Sect ,

    following my described personal nom.and cause the Seal Carolina and BICCO number and F10BNZ10531.A FICTITIOUS NAME receive\,bldson :swill ,vice, 82,Norl: f,,:Temple ,

    property to-wlt: of the town to b. CORPORATION. Address suance, the the property .f the from, ,all; jafotorlal ;on Avenue,, |tarieMrUordq, |i ,
    hereunto affixed this the
    1969 Sport Craft Boot Unknown of the property above named defendant Pursuant to Section September Jt] 1979 at '32091.: ,a p' -
    7th of 1979 YOU ARE HEREBY
    day August. 2kz3"
    Serial No. 3349M. Reg name In which and that on Monday the jI6S.09. Florida Statutes, 7:00: '.M. Interested 'Individual e/16 :
    .
    A D. NOTIFIED that an action
    I
    i No. FL 697B-AP 1977 Wilbur Water to foreclose the following assessed are a. 10th day of September notice Is hereby given *may bid on one ... II
    Johnson 85 HP Motor. MayorCommissionerATTEST In Bradford Certificate No. 1979 at 1:00: P.M. on that the undersigned' % A I ,..,,: "
    property
    Model No. 8SETLR77 Merrill Edwards Year of Issuance sold day on the premise lee Kitchens.P.O. /11
    : County, Florida: Johnny \" H" sus I" : :t: "
    i 823'J. ..
    Serial No. 047636S8 City Clerk lot 27 LAKE HAMPTON Description of of the Bradford ,County" Box 694, Starke, I : ', bT LI II .. '{" ,
    Gator Boot Trailer. 't NE Jail I will offer for tot.Ex.601q ., ..
    I 8/9 4tchg 8/30 OAKS a subdivision ty: Com at Flog 32091. doing V .JfI't "
    A* the property of the recorded In Plat W 2101 FOR A FOB and toll to the highest business under the firm \ :* .'.' ',V. IJ ,,,II'. ..

    above named defendant the Book 3. Page 41, public RUN S 105' W 210 bidder for cash In hand name of WORD OF LIFE .....': ..
    and 4th that day on of Tuesday September record of Bradford E 210 TO P08 RP the above described property MINISTRIES. P.O. Box Bradford ctiillrii'.1( ;

    1979 at one o'clock on NOTICE OF County Florida lying SEC: 32. TWP 6-S, of sold, defendantto 694, Stark.. Fla. 32091 -.
    aid day on the premise INTENTIONTO and being 'In Section 25, Nome in which satisfy the aforesaid Intends to register told ', r, .. I
    of the Bradford County REGISTER Township 7 South Range ed, Flora Mulberry / Execution. fictitious name under the Invited to SREC" ;:'s: :

    Jailyord, I will olfer for FICTITIOUS NAME 21 East. All of said Dolph E. Reddish. 'provision of aforesaid '" .4,

    ale and ..11 to the high. Pursuant to Section being In the Sheriff tatute. '"'
    ett bidder for cash In 865.09. Florida Statutes, ha been filed against Bradford Bradford County Johnny lee Kitchen, Picnic in Live Oak 't"

    hand the above descrlb-\ notice I.I hereby given Michael Bach and Florida. Florida owner ,

    .d property of told that the undersigned Affordable you Helen D. Bach; and Blcco Unless such 8/16 4tchg 96NOTICE Dated this 16th day of Children fn counties served: by the I
    defendant to satisfy the Home of Corporation and you are or certificates August A.D. 1979. at

    aforesaid Execution. Florida. Inc., 327 W. Call required to serve a copy redeemed ; Starke. FL, 8/164tpd 9/6 Suwannee River Economic. Council,
    Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff OF including Bradford, are Invited to
    law the
    Street Starke. Fla of your written defenses. property
    Bradford County, Florida PUBLIC SALE enter a special, parade tomorrow
    33091. doing business II any to It. on the plaintiff ed In such (
    8/9 4tchg 8/30 HOUSING FINANCE In downtown Live
    under the firm name of attorney whosename certificate will Pursuant to Chapter (Friday Aug. 17)'
    "CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION and address I I. to the highest 274 Florida Statutes, the AUTHORITY OF. BRAD Oak. :. \

    I I. Wilbur Water, BY HARRIS", 327 W, George H Pierce, Esquire the courthouse District School Board of FORD COUNTY : .h. ?4
    Mayor.Comminioner of Call Street Storke. Fla. P.O. Drawer 1030. the Month of Bradford County Florida' August 13. 1979 SREC will be celebrating the end 0(.' '. ..

    the City of Sto,..., 32091 Intends to Star..... Florida 32091 1979. which I I. will have a public sale on Summer Recreation Program and In. ., '
    Florida by virtue of the register sold fictitious and file the original with day of August Saturday August 25 The Housing Finance ternational Year of the Child with a 't. ,' ,
    Authority vetted to m. the clerk of the abov. 1979, beginning at 900; Authority of Bradford -,'
    name under the provisions Dated this 16th special parade to begin at 10:30: a.m.? ;
    by law do hereby call a of aforesaid styled court on or before. July, 1979. A.M.All County Florida will holda in a takeoff of "A Small World After ,-'> ,"
    First Primary Election to statute. August 30 1979: otherwise By Gilbert S. property may", be workshop meeting to All" > '.I ,1
    b. t..ld at the City Hall, a )judgement' maybe Inspected at the Operations receive the final reporton
    Doted this 2nd day of By Beulah M.
    the aloreiald City by entered against you the housing affordabllity. -
    in
    Canter, 519 North
    August. A.D. 1979. at for the relief demandedIn Clerk of Circuit I ", A picnic and special field day wiH
    Tu.
    This
    qualified voter on workshopwill
    of Bradford Orange Street, West! Immediately follow the parade at the '
    day September 11. 1979, 8/23 Slarke, Fl. 8/2 4tchg the complaint or peti Florida 8/2 4tchg I b* at 12:00 noon Spirit of Suwannee State Park' on' "' "Z(, .,....\
    A.D.. for the purpoie of tlon. August 21, '1979, In theN
    US-129 North between Live Oak and

    -jQh',. % ire& ss'9"ti |e%tC-&l* +*? 'i'Eli'E'2' r '
    Avenue, Stork., ..
    Tempi There will be prizes food and lots of

    FIORIIAND Florida.' AlsoRE'llTY fun. The public is invited.. '. <. ', .

    The Housing Finance I ; Ju J Jitaia0.'tskia'stirIS'eai7ae'snrigl'Stlat'tIY

    REAL ESTATE LISTINGS
    Phone U4-7700 .1 t

    393 N.Temple Avenue 6 f t 'Q'C 'C tWc l 'G'. 4Bt M'A alt

    4.19 Ac on St. Rd. 100

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    2.6 Ac with home |lust out

    of city limits.
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    Building town. Ideal for ,,., r "

    business up down starls, with G O U I. rwiUcfjar

    living area upstair, O-.1\110. ? !
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    Come property In and House make No.offer Bay an On MO w w B k, REALTY

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    plus Ac. Lowt., Area / 'f; L f A,' ;',

    Evenings: PI.o.ocoll RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE f i; J',, r; If you're looking for a farm, ranch, Wi'RS PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE I

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    Vernle P. Odom, Broken 964.8788 or 964.7896 SEE US TODAY FOR ,VA FHA.t. CONVENTIONAL,
    GRI Phone 94-5476 vi' resort or just a lot of land, we can help FINANCING
    230S N. Temple Av. (U.3.301 N.) ."
    Pearl I Andrews 9647719L. IB ,..,
    you.
    G. Doll 94-751 STARK RESIDENTIAL...

    -:y BR block carport $19.800. SPECIALCOMMERCIAL, .
    -4 BR. 2 bath dbl. garage. fireplace, storage hse., patio .

    FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS $'2.600. PROPERTY' BETWEEN
    Neat 2 BR frame CHSA, nice high lot $16.500. t. WESTERN AUTO ft TERWILLEGAR REALTY .
    IN BRADFORD COUNTY CALL -3 BR. garage, fireplace $24,500. f'!"! 't. FRULKNERREHLTY ON 391..S30.000.

    -3BRlram..onl.SI7,500. 6a sass m
    BILL POWELL -2 BR block, large DR. LR ft lot, fireplace $28.000.STARKE .-. : Most everything' we touch turn to
    : ,. SOLD.

    COMMERCIAL... IIU
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    REAL ESTATEPrim.. 2 acre on U.S. 301 with 180 ft. frontage. Over 200 '
    21 2305 N. Temple Ave
    111 N. Walnut St. 94-6464 24 hr.. sq ft. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage. 1tr.:: : j u The Klpllnger Washington Letter cfafed' Aug.: '10. '1979

    building Over 9000 sq ft. of concrete ft parking space FHA ft VA FINANCING AVAILABLE States "A* for Investment, a constant search |lust hoping

    Inflation Fighter Fix it yourself and this" 3 yr. old. 3 8R, 2 $88000. ROBERTS REAL ESTATE to stay even. Don't let money 'lie ..cII....... .* much. yew
    379 ft. of land on U.S. 301 with water ft .sewer $67.000 tI can for It. MONEY PUT IN REAL ESTATE HAS FARED
    bath house is yours for $16.000. or see and make olfer. RESIDENTIAL
    will divideSuccessful, 96-7828 7 5' ic ISO with 2 BR. 1 B I frame. $7500.00. good term BEST RECENTLV..HOUSES ft COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
    14 I I The Glass I In .
    I station beauty parlor looking w
    R.I.H.r.Lot.r.Us.lorar.tr.otnow, furnished house 986 N" 2BR. IB. LR. DR. KI t. FR IhlBR rental I and large Con. ETC. ; ,. '; t t ; 'f': 3:
    Starke Plaza Present will remain Only Temple
    with 100' on clear sand bottom lake Ready to live in and owner as operator Blk, workshop.. Nice I lot In good 1 ocot.on.lov. .
    for only $65.000. I S10.500 which Include, I $8000 worth of equipment and Stajrke Fla. 2 BR, I B, Family Room S.out h go'.. ENERGY EFFICIENT: BR, 2B CHftA on Searing' St.
    stock. ,
    2BR IB, Con Blk In town, Immaculate.
    Need lots of room close In? 4BR. 2 both, big yard! Big Lg. frame house on corner TWO STORY 4BR, IR, DR, kit. and family comb. 2 acre YOUR OWN WORLD Nice 3 bedroom, trailer,huge com
    Bargain! $37000 KINGSLEY LAKE Brick I duplex I with I 90 It. on water lot, 3 BR. 2 B. CHI A. Kingsley I Lake area m.rcloillorog. ft net fish pond I i

    I $86.500. modern kitchen.' Nice ..- .
    Four broker-owned Estate' sized beautifully wooded m FARMS ft ACREAGE; 7000 SQ. FT. CONCRETE .BLDO. en Rd' 16 for !lease or '
    tracts COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR, 3 bath, double 1'r. sale. f
    Very nicardoubl wide on 3BR IB with 3 acre, Fish pond. r
    Tract 1 4.35 Acres $13.750 with utility -$80.700 .
    garage Ralford RoodKI acre lot, 3 4BR, 2B Dbl. Wide MH on 2. 1/2 A Hampton area.
    Tract 4 69 Acres $13950 BR, 2 B. 1' 7 acre $7,500. Easy Term BUY NOW 4 'PROFIT LATER r Neat ham; *' ft approx. 35 I
    Tract 5.95 Acres'' $15650 MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. I bath block with 16x32 pool on .
    goad acres on Rd. 16 Will divide. ,
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    S acre $5.000. Easy Term. y' )
    Tract 4 18.80 Acres $19999 1 1.4 acre $ 8.000. large frame' dwelling u 3acre Beautiful with' home Far : '
    ; on' on 4 acres 2BR. I IB ;workshop 3 \ I
    All of there can be bought for 1,000 down with S years NEARLY NEW HONEY FOR 3
    THE MONEY BR B.car.
    with; 2 mobile homerentals garage Immaculate ,.2 ,
    balance at 10.. Better Hurry) WALDO 2BR block. CHSA. in town $24,000. .
    paved surburban 610
    excellent port driveway atmosphere
    buy. 5 acre. High ft Dry Term I
    ASSOCIATES: '' -ri"fa'; '. 3 Acre with mobile horn Hampton area.. Milton T.r,. .. ? '
    Mary Hamilton 964.6235 LOTS ft ACREAGE In .four countiesI! ) I"' Almost new ,from :3 '11, 2 Approximately 5 acre Improved pasture, fenced. *.

    CWO (Ret.) Dom DeSantiago. 964-5375 Including: 2 acre t up Lawtey area. B. home 'on,9 acres In 2 1,2 acres Hwy., 225 West. ,' BETTER' HOME ft GARDEN" '12 Acres. CB Horn-3 luj 1i

    Robert A. McRoe. 964.7279 Owner financed $3.000 per acre. t Strawberry"Acres-. 10 acre with 4BR. 2B. can blk. home. 2 barn. 2 well. CHftA screened hi patio garage, large utlllty'roam."Jlv"( l j.

    t4tl. \ )' lovely 4BR. 2B, LR DR kit., OOM/ family room. Ing room dining room, family room on paved,read In I
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    71)Acres Equity. 'Assume 9'r mtg. 17200. 10 acre plus lovely brick garage on 3 nicely landscaped acres.l lewtey $45,000.00.. 22$. :' ,-

    home In country 3 BR. 2 B, ., '.' t
    3635 acres 1340 ft on US 301 Good 'Investment at MULTI-USE POSSIBILITIES An lv .
    Neat and clean.., WATERFRONTOver it opportunity** |'I bt ? I
    WADE A. BEHR REG BROKER $56.500 20 to 29*. down' IS y,. at 8' .*. &; ", 200 frontage on Black Creek 2 acre with 2 BR established prestige ere* at a price you can oHo.dfly .

    )V I Beautiful. Brick horn with frame house \ evallability'mature (lendscealngtwo largenicely fur. J
    160 Acres good rolling. I land paved road frontage at only t pool In city on dead end 3BR. IB. Con.. Blk house only 2,year. old on Sampson nlshed apartments plus a furnished cottage neve*on ore
    Hiway 301 N. Lawtey 782-3973 .
    $1.000 per acre will split street 4 BR 2.. .B. large. lake. Owner financed

    OTHeR rr.;; lot many extra |J,2 acre or one acre lots 0.' Crosby Lake 'In restricted I s. Lwelwueteaw>'wrMlgtsq
    MANY MANY DON'T Bl SORRY YOU GOODINVESTMENT ..
    301 "beautiful shaded l lot with
    1 Acre Lot Near Country Club--$3,250. DIDN'T CALLI I II I I ,,.%;y.\I',"#:- Green Ac ..-Brick horn area. Broker owner ,'-. 1. horn* $.. .OOJ edlelnlng fo9T.x2!)' 3,000. f

    / '.I on targe 'lot with pecan COMMERCIAL.t> : >> '. lfrfn;\ < fit >I> 8

    3 Aero State Road 230-Af Only $4,990 "WE SILL THE URTFI i.- AND EVERYTHING I ONITIIII ) tree*. 3 BR, 2 B. large.outbuilding IS unit MINI StORAGE and (00 sq ft. OFFICE SPACE onYlNINGSt GREAT COMMERCIAL PROPERTY JO I ocro** from Holiday .

    \\I'\ over I'2' acre corner lot. Plenty room to expand. Inn 130000.: jjlEISURElV

    '***' 'I": large 'service station with remodeled offices, Equip. Included. Uttl\creln
    Reelter
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    1 Acre Lot (For Mobil. Notn.)->$2,990< .t620''Bryan '1 Lillian C. Pearson Huge gromei'home" on 2 210' Hwy 301 ; country on SR 235 .
    Broker/Salesman acre lot I"LG". Butler 218' frofS&gw/tui, Hw> 1,000. Station pump and Nice frame home plus CI shop 2r x 24': 123,5001

    Wayne I. DouglasBrokerSalesmen ft Office Manager ** lank l Ife-Aded/Rede ),
    20 Acres Hlway 100 W.st>'>$27.990 7B2-3I06 Approx. 2,.acres* on 301 Hwy 301 North 150'.2OO'.10t with small can blk: bldg.' MOST CONVINUNT'eecHonjH. tawnyJiyiJa<< Bj 4. nthlsnearly
    '. "'. new 1 BR 1 B large reems penelled. cai otod.rofrlll.
    ,, -*- 964-6S93 'v: ,', South. wfp' J Great location ,lde To-Rend Motel. .
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    \... ,0 Mobile Horn Park 12 acre Included B mobile home, Steve, worker dryer 614 .Milton T. etc .
    David, Vicki Powell Grahortur.o..1.an l2( ocr. Room for "' SJS.500.1 J"A 4t 0f1 '- l, "HI
    {(1 Acres Hlway301! 1 North $22SOO I. Isle JudeMoodyAssoclet expansion/ Hampton area ,
    Associate Associate lots on graded road, term n I..
    468-132 9M-MI1' 964-643 available..>. "" t MOBILE. HOME OR BUILDING LOTS KEYSTONE $54.900 Speeteculor ft glamourousCedar ,,,41.1

    Acres Hlwoy! 301 North-$ '0' :.1t! f-t'i acre Hwy 100 Good location Good terms. : 9ratmt4 fnortgaadtl. VIWoIIMW!'f Hlna

    .' J BO ocr.'lv; llly ciiared, Hampton Lot with" well ft leptlc. $3.495. lake Brooklyn.IOSINO .
    paved rood< frontage, 4 P4'9

    20 Acroi u (1320( Ft. RR Front)-$27300r' Union Ccfonry-e between .. We hove other lot*'with'" low down payment ft easy monthly GROUND' N'LAnON'.INVUT IN HESS
    Raiford and*Lake Butler. payment. FOR RENT: Office pace Hwy 301. BAHGAINJt. l1It"II. U .I.
    6LLOWITIL7N good buy: .:IftBfcM" >"*. f ( 6 ...... Rd 100A SI WO en ocro .......

    We Also Have Several Large SUUICUIC. Wl DO APPRAISALS '{ Ocel.'I> (3OOO je/i e re. owner "-. I
    Associates 'I.' 5P i. .' .,' IK Mlke>Stj7. 00. Central! foe....

    Tracts t Of? Acreage PricedFrom Richard Roberts'"'. ,I .f < >0ul: K ;u14Mr.Aeauor'AndOedwTn 19000 heme en W. Adkln. owner "_04.
    ;4 (usnM.iakken-Re. lt.r '27,500.ro,ft ept. 301, owner/IMe1d.
    .. ? ? Boutlfvl buHdtn-j |**f| ) fl1M-.ee> Rd.
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    # i200; Per Acre7823973 / Johj <{*ngford JlffljA Evenings, 964-S06S .\ ,9furNep4Anaree'30f .7'.000. 6rr1erflf1rot .
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    I S t ", l, )w..: ,. REALTOR'ASSOCIATES $t_3 BR 3 B duhle,B eiope'
    >4ftFry Searing 3 BR 2 B CHftAM
    J PssyfCcer'Q ti iyrr; : Irene Faulkner-Eve.. 44-l42 100 ..Nomi .....,.. iisb.e,. n In.Ming

    1 rt +rr r; f F ,Veda M. Settles-Sv*.964-S944 blaclile IModlton. large.HonMfcft .'wsji) "..*,, ctof.t. .
    Serr. I. ';, ', : ", '. Jvfte t.GrlffT-Iv*.964-7419 oj Deluxe treller iepr ei ft liKf14

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    Business.Boom. Starke.ElUTo Host 10 District. Cluba i IlereMbnday + +
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    :eOD1Diunity News =

    I George J, DominUnni,, recently Starke Lodge to 1.74 aa4frvdt. two !
    At Bradford elected to serve as vice-president ol terns (1WM"N) as sMJeTtiileft aa .. ;
    .tr alet1 GlrtM Wfcr ? the Florida State Etta Association forthe a district chairman of iMfectrtnsfionl97
    Rt, A Florida Northeast District will ( --ig77, and slat IthairManmake .....
    Public Library an official visit to his home (177-1179). ,
    Mary C.Palmer baa been appointed The help of aU citizens lodge In Starke on Monday,August "y
    to needed forJanice d
    to the position of iwsistaiU principal! at 1UeCtU. I
    Palatka High/ School for the 7NO Business Is booming at the Brad- Dominiannl will talk to the local Dominiannl visited the Gainesville
    school year by the school board of ford County Public Library. For the membership on the State Elks Major Elks Lodge 990 Thursday August 9. ; I' ,
    Palmer to the month of July the maID library loaned project the Narrr-Anna CrippledChildren's Starke Elks and Elkettes attending .,
    PutnamRevue; Mra. Du : ..-. i a total of 5020 books, magaztnea Hospital and will also were: Mrs. George Dominiannl, J.D. ..' ,
    Bright of Lawtey BOW residing in i records maps and fllmstripa. The deliver message for Richard RobinDoyle., Mr. and Mrs Nealy McCon- !
    Lakeland. Mrs. Palmer to a isee Bookmobile: circulated 1.230 for July. son state president The ladle of all nell, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown. 1 i .
    gradual.of Bradford High School and (") local and visiting Elks are Invited to Mr. and Mrs. William JI'Inucaa. Dr. ".t'
    received her bachelor of science ; : \r l The staff baa been fleet of foot in attend the visit and dinner has been and Mrs. Tyler Young, Mr. and Mrs. .:! l '
    degree from Edward Waters College : .Il meeting the needs and requests of the scheduled 7 p.m. Bill Eddy John Warren,Mr.and Mrs. "" !
    In 1871 and a master of education ,!, Ubrary patrons. There baa been staff jjjrL'George Bob Clare, Mr. and Mrs. Frank OtUnger "I
    degree from Florida AUI in 1878.Mrs. i mumbling about needing roller Dominiannl a native New Yorker, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Louth ". j jmoved 1
    Palmer .to married to Edward ., ..i\ J skates. to Keystone Heights In 1173 and Herb Chase.
    Palmer who .to also employed by the ''I" and la employed by the Florida .,.:.
    Putnam County School Board. u dean '2, \ '.t The."Super Summer Library Pro- J. Domlalaaal Department of Agriculture and ConSumer .
    of students Palatka High They ram' came to a close with the Services: Dominiannl will also visit the -'
    have one son,Entre Palmer. sounds of the sipping on punch and cookies. He was Initiated into the Elks and II.t 6 p.m. :"'
    Family Rciwkm L r :. The main coarse was reading books. CPRCouneSetAiKLPOAClubttoute
    Deacon and Mrs. James Prince, Puppet ghosts stories films .. '
    Mr.and Mn.Mack Lee and son,Tony and aDspea ken were J Just part of .' 1
    Throp and Tonjo McCloud attended a the ''Super* fare for the children's '
    family reunion in Baltimore summer library program. There wasa Jimmy R. EPPS

    Maryland over the weekend. They total of Ml children for the"Super" A full quota of 25 persons has enrolled ;.;

    reported an enjoyable time. -_. ... .-. programs. for the three-hour CPR :

    (cardio-pulmonaryresuscitation) .,
    In Memory Johnson Those reading 17 or more books course to be held Friday night Aug. Iiparlaneod' M..." Bradford. I :
    tn memory of my mother Margaret Wedding were: Elizabeth Nail, Pamela 17. starting at 8 p.m. In the KLPOA Protci.lonal '3i .... tIS 0', I! \:,
    Albert who patted August 14, UT4. t Mr. and Mn. William Johnson Sr. Zurfluh Danielle Smith Dwain civic center at Kingsley Lake. I., ,
    thank God for having a mother who request the honor of daughter : at Thompson Eric Starling and David Cliff Chapman of the Bradford 'I ).'w
    taught me to live my lift( day after the marriage of their Janice McClendon.Some read as many as 53 County EMT staff,will be"the instructor J ca. : ')' :
    to Herman Johnson on Saturday :' '1.
    with real and books.
    day concern Ivvingcar ,.
    and those the
    BethelAfrican completing course Vote VoteSept. : )
    *. She taught me to trust In August 18, at : will receive certificates. All ", .
    pray., I'm thankful mother Methodist Episcopal Church, Don't get those end of the summer persons II' "
    my who signed up for the course are urged Sept. 11 i :: \ I.
    taught me about our Father above. LaCrosse. blues come on In to the public to be and on time
    Elnora Cannon A reception will follow at the homeof library and enjoy-the world of"booka present "I .1
    Mr. and Mn. Luther D. Lee is at your command! ''J
    NAACP LaCrosse. CHIEF or POLICE :; ;

    The Bradford County NAACP Police Academy Graduate f.iii: i[Ii
    regular monthly meeting will be held Church Activities '

    Monday, August:20. m in the annex Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap- will id from its mouth bociuM: the r ': '
    of Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. list Church: Activities began Monday A dog promptly drop a tOt The Peoples Choice :: \ : 1
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    toad oozes a milky dlitsttaf ill fluid when It frightened. I
    with Tots at 6:30.
    Church at 7:30.: All citizens and Tiny rehearsing 1 +
    members are invited to attend. Senior Choir rehearsed Monday 7:30.: ." .
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    The membership drive to on for new Prayer Meeting each Tuesday at 7:30. : I
    members and present members are Wednesday Circles met eretwillbe
    asked to renew their membership.. Thursday(today) at 7:30: CLEARANCE
    a Story Hour at the church. Fridaythe
    Junior Choir rehearses. Junior 97 L e e %QFF ALL I
    Ushers will meet at 6:30.: Saturday J I
    Labor''DayWeekend; S p.m. the Little Church will meet. GIRL'S CLOTHING .. t '

    Sunday School 9:30: ,Morning Worship puciPT socns Alta PAMTSUUi M
    11 '.m., Dinner 12:30 Evening Worship "
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    Bicycle Tour Set 6 p.m. i t w 0 : : : -- -

    Mt. Morlah United Methodist

    WHITE SPRINGS- For'the first Church Choir before No.the third J rehearses at ... 1f
    Sunday
    Wednesday lower !
    time this year things to do Labor Day are

    Weekend rural North Include Florida.A bicycle. touring, in 7:30.Worship:Pleasant Sunday 11 a.m.Grove School'' United 9:30: Methodist Morning prices .t'f


    three-day ride has been organized Tours Church: Monday at 7:30 the Young ,,i. ....?. '< '" -!* flJft TTfciv x-i l>v.' ;tfirivi ii.> ;
    River
    by Suwannee Bicycle
    Adult Choir rehearsed Each Wednesday --
    that includes a bluegrass festival at r
    Prayer Meeting to at 7:30.Thurs 1
    swimming \
    the Foster Center
    i tephen
    day, 7:30 Bible Study Sunday School
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    ..in springs and rivers tale-telling, a 10 a.m. Lovefeast Service S p.m. p (
    'clogging demonstration and square- First Born Church of the Living :
    'da clnl. God: Each Friday at &::30 to Bible JJ7 .
    The tour starts Friday August 31, Ser- ,
    at Tarrying
    7:30.
    Study. Friday :
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    miles north of
    In White Springs 60 "
    vice. Sunday School 10:30: Morning
    Gainesville with a country: supper Service 11:30. Evening Service v I Ve9 .
    prepared by the women of Mt.-Pleasant YPCW 6 p.m.Evening Worship 7 p.m. II I fp P A TERRIFIC BUY ;
    Baptist Church. This to one of a Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. I ASSORTED FASHION '
    variety of home-codted meals.Others Church: Rev. W.H. Zande... supply JEANS' FOR MENI 1
    include lunches: and a cattfyXAtft I
    vegetarian Sunday School 10 ..m. Morning HUDSON 2-f L Y A
    pastor. H' PICNIC WITH '
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    <('petf' Worship 11 a.m. TOUT rosuv.VK"-- L. TrMSft/ KAOLI BUYCI 1OAL.HUSTON!I. :
    ] aVe "prlY.tehomea 6'.88 :
    Church of God of Prophecy ..
    The : ourn DISCOUNTPPJCBWAS I: Off OUM DISCOUNT .
    In White Springs,camping at a 1114 Oak: Street. Sunday School 10 .,,... RICE WAS UP TO ***3 r PP.ICS WAS. i ii

    State pre-arranged Park and site In at Suwannee the old Jasper.River a.m. Morning Worship. Visitors 11:30 a.m. 470 1.67 3.44 ;/ l Moro era the .loan Mytaa you.a + j .',t I j
    are .
    Evening Worship6:30. r I t.or Knur* Big/ group a* .
    Hotel In the Hamilton County seat.I welcome. ... r bruonod pra ..aih.a and orokon : '
    Double algal double/ OH Cnoo..t.saI kwulaiod. |N. A 'I:
    Theroads I are mostly over gently Ebeneier Baptist Church: Prayer .uo In gordon ....Wll... '2" SBQ or&l, S-w. BSQ tool Wlnlor-wmmor, ..... rovonU aona.ntnn. I GOt.... Mill atylod wim SCRIINIO.PWNIr" ;
    through Hamilton Meeting will be held each Thursday colas. PwnoiM rauno quoMy. Ml or 4 Mllon DIM.haioor. you emn( corro. i florotf. toga, tot.ol pa&N..id LKWUW SMmTSoun I"
    tn Moling lyMom.t4"i14"CA
    Mon your ,
    and Suwannee Counties.: I, maN Slight Irroga able : t
    Madison for 90 days at 7 Preaching each /
    p.m. ,
    The first day's ride is 34 miles the second first and third Sunday.Sunday School 1, I I PRICtCaiual DISC- 4 r 96 J 'j 1
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    40, and the last 37. 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 .::m. I' rl ,
    Ingram Oak. veter.nbike alylo In vovanpolyaalor. .J
    Jim of Live .
    Evening Worship 6 p.m. I
    racer and mechanic will guide Free Canaan True Church of God In fi7 Mon't, ..Striking...LXLo prtnu .: I'.:ry I
    the tour. Cost to $112 per person. A Christ: Prayer Band and Tarrying : tv\ .
    free brochure I. available from Bar Services are conducted each Wednesday ,
    bara Ceryak:,P.O.Box 319,WhIte SprIngs at 7:30. Friday Prayer Service. "
    320B6. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- Ih7'2" ""
    ship 11:30.: Evening Wonhip 7:30.: Itt
    TWON 7LBB.RAQLI INPLATABU 30x73"DELUXIHtBACHtwrrHLtas
    OUAMUUM CW.OMNC MATTRESS* FABRIC AIR MAT

    Community Action 12.88 8.88 1.47 8.S4

    Save Money On WAS uf DISCOUNT PNCI waa 1. WAS all "
    Committee Sets

    Summer Cooling e. t i ;
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    Monday. Meeting. & Winter Heating 'I I


    The Community Action Committeeof Flex Lock & $aul RUL/ CAI..nl MEN'S T. l A .,1 ,
    CALCULATOR RICORDIR. SHIRTS, '
    AssT.POLOS,
    Bradford \
    Concerned Citizens of Atlas Cool MLN' /.OYS'/YOUTHS' SHORT HUNT .
    POCKETSNOVCLTY
    County Inc.will hold Its next biweekly 12.88 17.88 BASKKTBAU. SNEAKER SLEIVIS ,
    meeting on Monday. August 20, at 7
    p.m. In the Day Care Center at the Single Wide Home d a.a1 v..y ru.llbutton WAS MWphono. .1..,. ..ere 2 96 2.88 1.66 2.44-
    RJE Community Center. t&m.r -res. mdMm tc.l tune AC/DC DISCOUNT: PmCI WEftX fct DISCOUNT fUCI
    Purpose of this meeting is M for- Ion a.. bV ail, p-.. 'Duck tippart, toma pant lr.rogi. 'E... ...Wanda m Poly-cotton blond ManzdwIpna ,
    mulate plan of action for the various $126.00Double'Wlde 3 c.....,.lapaa. .t." a.,.....,mm.... gas. Jt. boy' ere. _...,...... a toXL. In SoSdS .....LoXL.. ICIII-' -- ...lilt..-v.on-

    communities in the county: that have .
    long existing problems of health' Home . : .
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    cultural and economic disadvan- $166.00John ; .
    toges. w
    The Community Action Committee /r 1J P ASSORTED'AHa r

    voles .. all possible Brown'sMobile +II ,OH BOYS, iHo..IILIIYa. '
    many citizens as COMSINATOMLOCK '..7. BWCCOWOHT KhIT POLOS
    from each of the area communities In 1'*" PAOLOCK.: : ,,1.11 ,gip
    .." FOR OYS
    its action plan. Home 1"1 SAASS PAOtOCN..147: rasa 3 r 97 'r r .. 'I
    All citizens of Bradford County are tOCK. S OUM DISCOUNT 1.94DISCOUNT -
    urged to attend this meeting.Your CenterHwy t'BP.ASS PAD ftUOSIISCEMT CORD rM/TV/WIATHCN PWCS.MM .1 .
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    be most Lord. ?i s; DISK LIMP POCKET IIA0IO PMCB.Collar ,
    ideas
    andsuggestlaru'wilI 1SMASS PAD navy and oinarolid '
    valuable the committee is it 21 IOCK ...an m danlm andtorvahad ..,.. wiiiipMnkol ;
    to : Keystone Heights ,... S.88OWCOUNT 470 16.88 *on Sonoo. I ,
    develops a plan of action for solving SMASS ""D. ,dawn Boya ..,...........B-Xk. l
    473-3775 Login....... u..... .tsr PRIGS' DISCOilNT/ PP.ICC DISCOUNT PP.ICS auaaS-IS \,,' _
    community problems." .
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    Academy I C4.rwq mane pals 3-PC.SIT VINYL '
    .. .,.;" I : .. : -. -SNOOToro SOCKi .1
    -' ponc4caaa TRAVEL TOTI$ ON T. 6, Oil TUN SOCKS ;
    .. : ,,;:, .... ::". D. Pwk SOCOUM Is SIZI. s M pcLr1TQR ssolly s&IIYIs, PO 'ins, FOR ors'. '
    pan 14" SIZI.. MU" SLACK, ,ML. MNIIO$.' 11'JWtD '.
    Indergarte"T l o"1' Five; ; Year Olds (. Magnifying flat* Slif... .t MC .
    4.96
    I 27.M 1.68 68 2&-1. i.WI i. '
    orseouwr .a+ce wane z..tr a 1Iff" .
    For 2 A 3 Year Olds '
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    I' Church ActivitiesI PersonallGrandmother Lass remained with her granapareiM and will visit their1 parent on their

    f Grace United Methodist: On (Mrs. Truby),, Wainwright -, %*> Elizabeth Terry I for a visit. way bom Mrs'
    + y Mr. and' Frank Camp are
    Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Teston and
    f 'I: Saturday August 18th starting at 10 celebrated her eighty-fifth I | Phone 7823300til
    "' ,| aon: toe United Methodist Women birthday on Monday. Aug. 13 and 1 family, of Little Rock, Ark., are spending guests of Mrs. Lillian Pearson in

    p f. will conduct: their "Back Jo School plans to spend sometime with her ,' ;, f a week with their parents Mr. their new home in Starke. and will
    :; I Sale'at the Thrift Shop. sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. Jeff and son Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Jerrett, CMNewberry. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. On Wednesday help them move m.
    Morn Mr. and Mrs W.F. Atwood Sr.
    ,, | Rev. Don Love has returned from a they plan to visit their grandmother ,
    Jack Walnwright, and Mr. and Mrs. David, of New spent were Saturday dinner
    went their vacation for three
    I i', f successful: summer study at Emory of their Mrs Wordie Melton, of on
    guests Mr. and
    Louie Wainwright in Tallahassee. weekend with their parents, Mr and parents, Mrs
    weeks in NorthCarolina In the National
    k > University, in Atlanta Ga. Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of Mrs. Morris Kelly Donald WIIIdaon, Sr. Ocoee,and they will stop by for a visit
    ;' ?' The United Methodist Womeni Gainesville, spent from Tuesday Friday, August 10, t Was: Mr. and Mr. Millar Jordan left Friday to with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and .Forest Camping and had a nice.
    i presented the program at the Evening afternoon until Thursday noon with Mrs. Andrew McCombl first wed- spend a few days with his relatives In Mrs. G.W. Teston, of Land of Lakes, time. :"
    { :$ Worship August 5, sharing some ..her sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. ding anniversary. They ate at the Red New York. ,'.
    [ I of the highlights of their group. Mr. and Mrs. Hernia Kelly visited Lobster RestaurantMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee and Mr.
    , I i', The church is busy building an their brother-in-law and sister Mr. Bill Crouse returned home and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Callahanare : '
    Educational: Complex and doing some and Mrs. AP. Hallman, and their from St. Vincent's Hospital, Jackson spending a few days with their Hampton li-Lltes 11 I Iby
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    I improving to the Parsonage. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and ville, Saturday after having had mother, Mrs. E.A. Stephens, of f
    United Methodist Women are having Mrs. E.L. of her Panasofkee, who is in the '
    't Kelly Keystone Heights surgery on lefy arm. Our prayer hospital.Out Dolores Meng Mike Meng killed a four foot timber,
    ! shower for little Elizabeth
    a baby
    with her.
    on Tuesday afternoon. ,are with her. prayers are Phone 468-lf
    : Ann, new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lynn Whaley spent the Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tatley and Mr. and Mrs. Waudell Foskey. of rattlesnake near,his home on Wednes

    I .' i John Slater August 17,at 7:30: p.m. in weekend with her parents, Mr. and children returned to Jacksonville on Perry were Sunday dinner guests of School Registration1' day.Mrs.. Viola Lefebvre returned hom.;
    : the Church Fellowship Hall. Her Mrs. Tom Whaley and family, of Sunday morning after spending their grandmother, Mrs. B.L. Principal Connie Clark announces !,
    Thursday. She several
    I ; b mother is at home recovering from Tampa.Mr. sometime with their mother, Mrs Wilkison, Sr. that registration at the Hampton spent days
    I 1 ankle surgery in Baptist Hospital, and Mrs. Mike Oglesby and son John Tye Sr Mrs Wendiis Smyth, of Jackson- Elementary School will take place with her daughter and family trick Mr '.
    and Mrs.
    I, r !f Jacksonville. Carey went to a Christian Retreat in Mrs. James Waters .is leaving Sun- ville, spent the weekend with her during the week of August 20-24 from Enroute home in.
    I Miss Artburlne Blanchard who does Chattanooga, Tenn., August 3, for a day night for a visit with relatives in parents, Col. and Mrs. Win. Wilson. 7:30: a.m. until 3:30: p.m. at the school Tampa. and hero.traveling
    I 'I the flower arrangements for the short minivacation.Mr. Los Angeles, California. Timothy John Wilson, of England office. companion spent some time.
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    with friends in .
    I church is improving some after having and Mrs. Larry Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and family called his parents, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Registration is for all children Lakeland.
    , '.: broken her left wrist. their daughter, Rhonda, and Miss had a birthday party for their Wilson on Friday night. lie is plann- entering Kindergarten,and they must Stephen Spell left by bus on Friday
    for visit with his relatives in .
    j I United Methodist Women met at the Sherree Shinn went to Disney World mother, Mrs. Elinor Ursey, of Mid- ing to go to school in England. reach the age of five by December 31. Gerald a Tampa.!
    . church August 7th for their regular and Daytona Beach on Saturday. dleburg. Present were five grand Janet Jordan left Sunday to go to a First graders must be six years old by Meng left Friday for
    business meeting. Mrs Wilma Wainwright Cynthia Brown, daughter of Mr. daughters: Donna, Laura, Marie, cheerleadlng camp In Tallahassee. December 31. Sacramento California. He planned:
    I called the meeting to order and Mrs. D.R. Brown, went with her Linda and Jenie, on Sunday after Henry Hodges and daughter Sarah, Any newcomers planning to be to visit friends in Tampa Alabama Tom Edwards -,-
    in
    with 7 present. Mrs. Ellen White who grandmother, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey, noon. and sons Hank and Mark, attendedthe students at the school should also Florence his>:
    I, has been newly appointed to be the and her aunt, Mrs. Wyolene Day, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, of Akron, Stock Car Races at the Lake City register during this week. Childrenare Arizona cousin, Martin Meng In Joseph City,
    I Devotional Leader gave the Devo- son Keith, to Busch Gardens, Tampa. Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Speedway on Saturday night. required to have Health Certificates enroute to California. ,'
    : tional.! Following that was the Miss Linda Crider, of Jacksonville, Waters on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders, Sr., and indicating proper immunizations Joe Meng arrived in Gainesville Via
    business meeting after which the spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Wiggins and son, their daughter Liza were overnight and innoculations have been Eastern Airlines Friday to spend-/
    I meeting adjourned. George D. Kelly. James of Jacksonville, were Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. given. These can be obtained at the some time with his family, Mr. and:'
    dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Albert Samorisky, of Jacksonville. Bradford County Health Department Mrs Paul Meng and friends before
    I B.L. Wilkison, Sr.'C"I2tC'I1 They returned home on Saturday, but in Starke. returning to the Fall school term at.:
    Tennessee Temple College In Chat
    Kindergarten through the seventh .
    will be at the school tanooga, Tennessee. ;
    ATTENTION ADULTSFall grade taught Chris Meng enjoyed the Electric-
    Girl Scoutsby again this School will
    tC year. begin Parade at Disney World on Saturday: .
    August 27 at 8:30: a.m. with his friends, Mr. and Mrs. Robert.. .

    classes at the Bradford-Union Area Carolyn Eaves Storyteller and Rambler badges. scheduled Teacher for pre-planning all school days personnel are Dennis Mr. and and son Mrs, Bobby.Bill "Martin and.t

    Phone 964-5812 Girls were Stephanie Dukes, during the week of August 2024.
    daughter from NewPhiladelphia
    Vocational-Technical Center will begin 8-27-79 Neyati Day Camp 1979 Is not forgot. Adrienne Welty, Erica Gruen, Ohio Nancy, arrived Sunday to:
    ten even though it is over. It was a Michelle Sexton, Chris West, Tracy Happy Birthday spend some time with her sister Mrs.
    good week for all of USj; except for a West, Kammy Sundusadee and Don- Jennie Rhea celebrated her 8th birthday visited
    Dolly Simpson. Nancy her
    Registration for evening classes will be August few red bug bites, we did enjoy the na Younts. August 9. aunt here for two months, returned
    The Cadette unit with their leader Gene and Michael
    campers, weather and the camp. Joyner Mowry home'' for
    'two weeks, and is back
    20 1979 and August 21 1979 from 2:00: P.M. Thank yous are not enough for the Andrea Eaves, earned Small Craft, also had August 9 birthdays. again for more fun In the suns!!
    ,
    staff Jim Shatz and Don Hardenbrook Animal Kingdom, and Games Leader Robyn Brown celebrated her. 12th

    until 10:00 P M. : we appreciate everything you badges and the Knowing Myself birthday on August 11. Birthday .
    : Happy
    all did. Challenge.. Cadettes were Lenore On August 12 Eddie Blocker Melissa Williams celebrated het
    The Brownie unit spent their time Welty, Melanie Wood, Dianne Wood, celebrated his 13th birthday. 11th birthday August 11 with
    a
    The following classes will be offered in the swimming, doing crafts, learning Julee Wise, Karen Kimutis, Michelle the home of her parents;Mr.partyat and
    baton and cooking with their leaders Kimutls, Carmen Eaves, and Jayme Visitors Mrs. Lysle Williams. Melissa and her
    Eddie Joyce Sexton, Gale Richardsonand Early. Mr. and Mrs Buck (and Linda)
    friends enjoyed the decorated! ,
    evening at Vo-Tech this fall: Pam Pratt. Girls in the unit were Cadettes and Juniors had one over Matthews who have been living In and other refreshments. cake ,;
    They en-
    Shana Schmitt Kim Dukes, Marty night at camp. Lansing, Michigan are moving to loved and !
    the.
    Belflower, Danika Richardson, Boys attending were Rick Kimutis, DeLand where Buck will be working lake. games swimming in
    Adult Basic Math'American Alisha Gruen, Michelle Garcia,Sunny Michael West, Len Eaves and Jason in his field of heating and air condi- .:"
    Sundusadee, and Christl Harrell. Welty. tioning. They visited her parents and .1
    History Typing The Junior fly-ups earned two Thanks to all the staff, especially family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stone, Friday FB
    badges as well as doing activities Janet Kimutis at the waterfront, Betsy and Saturday before; going to Youth Choir >:

    BookkeepingEnglish Sewing (Lawtey) similar to the Brownies.Their leaden Yawn for the singing, and the DeLand. ,
    Pat Welty and Betsy: Yawn helped mothers who took turns driving each Mrs. Norma Kleer and son, David '
    Aircond. & Refrig. them with Water Fun and Prints. day. Thanks to Jay Eaves, Brett of St. Petersburg,spent Thursday and To Perform

    Girls were Shannon Abrams, Smith, Pat Mundorff and George Friday with her sister, Mr. and Mrs.
    High School Review Radio & TV Repairs Meredith Dunn, Lisa Tierney, Anna Canova for their invaluable help.Servicemen Mike Brunetti and family. :
    At Pal atka VCI >
    Jean West and Pam Zurfluh. D.J. Riddick returned home Saturday .::
    Welding Truck & Bus Mechanics The Junior unit with their leaders, evening from a recreational trip

    Carolyn West, Miriam Robida'and with the First Baptist Youth Choir of The Youth Choir of the First Baptist', .
    '
    Spanish (to be arranged) Joyce Wainwright, earned Collector, Starke, On Thursday this group Church in Starke will perform the ','

    traveled by bus to Six Flags Over musical,"Lightshlne" at,the. Lemon.,,
    _Air___!William Lawson. Georgia pear' Atlanta where they Heights Baptist. Church, in Palatka ,. .
    '.!'"" ... _... .. .. also spent the night. The Aaw Stone next.Tueidlr4ughtafgpmnd) : : .
    \ ....... .. I -- Part of SAC Elter4=I.. .emu. Mountain before cofftfaffWine.' : "
    r"'T: :. : KNOB NOSTER Mo. Airman" at Union Correctional: Institution next. : ".
    Previous to the the Choir "
    First Class William C. Lawson Jr., trip performed Thursday Aug. 23, at 6:15 p.m. ,
    son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. on Sunday and Wednesday at This past week;'Aug. 9-11, part of ,
    their church. On
    In
    Tuesday they sang
    the Youth Choir went to Atlanta
    Lawson Sr., of Route 2, Starke,
    Middleburg. It week and
    was a busy
    where they visited Stone Mountain
    recently participated In Global Shield
    hot D.J. said in Atlanta. His
    very ,
    last and .
    Friday
    Thursday night spent ,
    79, an Air Force exercise conductedby
    parents, Mr and Mrs. Joe Riddick,
    the Strategic Air Command. at Six Flags over Georgia. The trip ,
    were glad to have him safely home
    in celebration of well done
    Airman Lawson Is a missile was a job ,
    systems analyst specialist, with a again. according to Minister of Music Bill ,

    SAC unit at Whiteman Air Force School ReunionMr. Floyd. '
    Base here. Making the Atlanta trip were Tina
    ,
    and
    Global Shield 79. which involved Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and Best, Mrs. Joan Chitty, Karen Chitty,
    family attended the reunion of former Sandra Carmella Coburn Hal _
    bomber Chitty, ,
    tanker, missile and recon-
    of the Waldo School held
    the
    pupils at
    Colston, Tommy Crosby, Bobby \
    naissance forces, and associated Air
    Masonic Lodge in Waldo on Saturday, Bill and Gail Charlotte
    Force Reserve Units, was the largest Epps, Floyd,
    11.Softball
    and August Geiger, Chuck Goodowns, Curtis
    most comprehensive test of SAC
    aj WjBy forces in more than 20 years. was played in the afternoonat Greene Ronny Harris, Kevin Johns, T'
    .
    the City Park. This was followed bya
    Ronnie Kelly, Karen Kibril, Pam La-
    Summer Airman Karen Powell covered dish supper. In the eveningan Joie Kim Lawson, Robbie McGee,
    auction of handicraft items was Lori Jennifer Nix Robbie
    McKinney ,
    rwr Assigned to Sheppard AFB
    held as well as a Cake Walk. A ..
    re-
    SAN ANTONIO Texas Airman Pierce, Pam Pratt, Rip Pratt, D.J. ,:
    .
    Karen L. Powell, daughter of Janet .also enactment enjoyed.of the Maypole Dance was Riddick, Craig Sapp. Michelle. Sapp. '

    Sale Continues.I ', M. Powell of Starke, has been assigned Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth and her and Jeff Taylor. .",

    to Sheppard Air Force Base, sister, Mrs. Hazel Griffis, who
    CHOOSE FROM TIll WIDEST SELECTION OF h.AND ; Texas, after completing Air Force assisted with reunion arrangements,
    _
    "" NAMES AND SIZES IN UPRICNT AND CHEST TYPE ||| '\ basic During training.the six weeks at LacklandAir School.were both Jerry graduates Wadsworth of Waldo also attended High- SERVICEMEN ;;

    \ MODSIS AT A FANTASTIC SAVINCS. n .Q... < Force Base, here, Airman Powell the school while he lived in that -:
    --- :-- I N.I N$ a.hrdMawp,. was.. wgw, nL.N li studied the Air Force mission, area. They all enjoyed seeing former Pfc.Charles W. Hall ', :
    Vfl organization and customs and received classmates and teachers that day. NIJMEGEN, NetherlandsAHTNC ,
    DOOR.' special training In human rela- Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth and ( ) .. Pfc. Charles W. Hall, son

    2 tions. children, Robbin,Jody and Justin,en- of Mr. and Mrs Quitman W. Hall, ;
    f iy % In addition, airmen who complete joyed several hours at the beach Waldo, Fla., participated in the international ,
    llid tkAlbN $AVE basic training earn credits towardsan before attending the school reunion. Four-Day Marches,. recently ;'.,
    r illll r, 17777 ; '. associate degree In applied science at Mijmegen, Netherlands. :
    77j through the Community College of the Hampton Lake News The marches, sponsored by the :;:
    Air Force. Mrs. Royal Netherlands League for
    I i Viola Gray of Jacksonville .
    TN i I MAgl( The airman will now receive four days last week with the Physical Culture, were to develop en-' .'
    $AVE \ : specialized Instruction in the medical Gerald Brown and Eugene Meng durance and encourage friendship' :c
    services field.Airman .
    I families. On Thursday Mrs. Gray and.goodwill among the participating
    Powell is 1977 of '
    a graduate went with Mrs. Brown and sons nations. .
    Bradford High School. Donald and Leslie, to the Wildwaters Hall is regularly assigned. an ammunition -' ,..
    Her father Edward M. Powell, also attraction near Ocala.: bearer with the 509th Infantry ';

    $AVE from the resides In Starke. in Vicenza Italy. '


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    An Bassmasten bad to be back at p.r
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    r Don Thompson won the At 1:50 Donate and I beaded for I :
    opening tournament at Hodman for Kenwood. 4 M M
    the 794)0) season After weigh in.Don Thompson was
    Saturday. August 11 kicked off a winner. Don also landed the largest I
    new year for the Bruno a en. baas a 0>. 9 I
    Everyone was eager and ready to Spencer placed alcoudDonald i

    start a new year, and fortet.aflout Saturday August 1a.to the last day ,,
    those that had gotten away during the set aside for the Bassmaster Classic. i y > ,

    put) were The top 10 Bassmasten will have a I i {
    Boats launched at Kenwood sepdal tourney. The top ten fishes I I
    beford dawn. At *:1S a.m. all with the second ten. I '1
    Bassmasters made a dash to their The Classic will be at Little Orange "
    favorite hole DonnIe Evans and 1 Lake located at Hawthorne. Tourney I ;
    headed to Blue Springs Run. We toned will begin at.aan.sharp and end at 4))
    hard for about 3 hours finally land- '
    ed one bass released one small and p.m.A _. .. .
    word of caution.. ... do not leave.any -- ----- -- -- ----- -'- .
    lost one. We kept noticing some bad valuables .in your vehicle at the
    weather developing In the far west. landing. Reports are. anything from Cheerleading Hopefuls I
    Jennie got wrecked three times winch:: handles to gas has been stolen

    during the day that 17 Ib. test lineIlat while people were out to the lake Bradford High cheerleaders a4 SMM yemgtlcrs wk.aspire*... Tara March**!.Patricia Parade. Jenny Day**,
    wan't I strong line enough busted to hold those fishing,so take heed! day I*efcw,......athletes a to victory<< swUfled aU wHh UsteBteg Secaod raw-Stacy Denmark, Kathy Headers.Tammy Dempsey .
    Mwgs. got my once so I Bass Wishes. *at the aawsal Tent Ruse -,..
    disUaee that suMmer is fast cmateg te an tm cheerteg Fender Jewrtl.Stacey Reddiskv KhaMlfce&ti d.
    picked loaded with up my 20 lb.tobacco siren.JBy stick that is Neil Crawford slink this past week fat the B1IS gym. Third...-Men...Ma,..PaW .. .TaItlUla F.**..Jais$Jar ,1 ,- I
    .**.Katkyk) CHltagham. .'. 1 .
    12 noon the weather was looking Pktared ll-,> are Forth n_ Carol IliUreta. LH Law *. Us Reddish Christ* i{
    bad in the west. First row- DM** Par***. Stefanfo Cohkedge. Allison Deaaarfl. Faaauher Karen ChtUy.At I
    Charles Evans, Del Shiver. Pat
    Welch and Roy Bryant came by.Said
    they were beaded to the landing. --.7.
    Connie and I waited too late we got EC s .
    soaked.
    .We moved Into the rain until we got FILLER \
    near Kenwood then the rain stop e PAPER WIRCBOUNO : '
    sa we moved over into the Pack ol 300 NOTEBOOK
    and fished the old river bed back' L1:: lined quality *>r > uporn. '1 $:
    store. 70 *
    toward Old Cedar Landing where the .your lithe neighborhood department weo."a9<1-MXM*.

    ferry once crossed. I i.: .",:',:,,-:;":- ''''..-,'-'',: ''.'':',:::::c..;.'.: ":':",":: ".::" ,:': :,Y... ''':::: "_::: :. "':..:,,:'.": :'. :.:.: :.: ",':. ,,: :.: '::',) K AEG, $1.69 $yR .,,

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    $1.51JIillion Paid 't REACH TOOTHBRUSH PAFERMATEq -? ..l,
    ; By Jofmaon B Johnson.M0OIUslVt PENS tCREROe
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    DRiSTAN FLEETS ENEMA zo 'j

    Too-Big Loads DECONGESTANT '

    !I. D.eonfl of 24. LIMIT '
    TALLAHASSEE Overweighttrucks LIMIT 1
    in Florida paid almost one and J'
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    one-half million dollars In ARRtO EXTRA-DRY INK PENS POINT CRAYOLA '
    assessments during the first five ANTI-PERSPIRANT M CRAYONS i
    polnt,
    months of 1979 said the Florida Scented onry.4ounc dak Box ol 1 .
    Highway Patrol today. 9ge areol. 1. :
    Colonel Eldrige Beach Patrol UMIT1 REQ. S1.79
    director said. "About one truck in PACK OF 1 REQ. .
    every 127 weighed is overweight.This tr- -1t SUPER STRENGTH f'

    includes trucks weighed by troopers GILLETTE aRAZOR CLEARASIL' U' I
    with portable scales." '.
    Figures for the first five months of BLADES 159t-i!
    1979 show that total assessments are "
    up from $1,057,583 In 1978 to$...423,1141In Twin Pack pack c4 5.cartridge*. S COUCH E918Pd, .'\' \
    1979. This is 35 a aunaghfa
    a LIMIT 1 4t6
    the month period PRE-5UN GEL !q.
    During same : more.REQ.
    weight troopers were looking for k Sick Z9 i S3.19
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    overweight truckS which evade permanent : 89e 1t493-ouncetu e. 4& MCKOP4cdrv .: '," .... t
    scale houses,they also handled LIMIT U r j I

    MIler law enforcement duties. For 5 ., :
    Instancetheyniad; : (!'r:;93 wrote 644 warnings$ as well as writing I'
    correction COLOGNE '\ i if
    4.201 faulty equipment SPRAY e / 1
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    notices. f .;. .. .
    Beach said, "The highways of this 299'a-ounce e,

    state must be protected which from large T-JANCO PLANTERS ; 1AEG.
    overweight vehicles can Aaaorted color*
    shorten the life of any paving surfaceif c" Myta*. t.,
    we are to enjoy a reputation for having NESTER $1.99 r..f .
    one of the nation's finest highway 100 TEA t I49

    systems. Pure'ea.3ounce.
    Jar.P.EQ. '" GILLETTE CRICKET LIGHTER .. ,
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    $,99 ) HundrtdtadependaDN TNEP.MO-FLM + \ '
    2/7ge light.AdkntaM. flam. ii GARDEN
    Harry M. Hatcher r%, Y{ 9 REQ. "" EACH HOSE Nylon re4Maced.g' .

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    Named To CourtCol. 5-FT. WOODEN LADDER
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    !. Harry M. Hatcher has been appointed :: 158a3"I1epaaSkleru.! rLYINQ INSECT LAWN MOWER ,. ',
    Judicial 35 H.P.BrIGgs S Stfattoongin
    to the Eighth Circuit Kill Indoors ,
    recOIl tarl. '
    Committee which recom- REQ. S1a 95 or out. 11-oz. 9 My
    Nominating ,
    of 2-FT.wooo LADDER. REQ. S1.49 Adjustable cutting rtaigrit /
    mends candidates for appointment! 499
    court. cu 1 2.-atepLRE judges for county and circuit t j
    Hatcher is a retired member of the VraRV 1035888
    Florida National Guard. He is now in IRISH SPRING 4 z .
    partnership with Mac Baldwin of BEACH TOWELS "
    Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds of Starke in i BAR SOAP \ .
    division of Baldwin- 35-eunc*.
    the motor home 277clIooHsurler.porpolH.
    Deodorant. MAMILTOM ,
    Chevrolet. Hatcher is vicepresidentin tLJ BEACH ,f
    REQ. 31 EACH '
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    CAN OPENER' '
    charge of motor home sales. LIMIT 9 1 r.
    Members of the Judicial .a"arpener

    Nominating Committee Hatcher are appointedby replacesMac '12-TABLE TOPBARBQUE d 1 088Ina"CI ancunlnoUft.t.'I lid now,,. ., t .

    the governor. FOR GRILL MOOEll31 REG ,
    Baldwin whose term on the com- bowl r. GALAXY S1219 ..... .
    Saldwin'sfouryear 1-SPEZD .
    mittee expired. During 188h..eden.melttr..
    tenure on the committee he 9"PERSONAL FAN I l;: ".
    attended only one meeting to replace t ..r ti, rs w / REG. S2.39 W"1fer QUHlt .ti :: ..1 e tt 1
    motor.Rtngw .
    a judgeship which opened in Gilchrist 1 018 able gnU. MODEL 2156 _. ; .f
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    County AE The committee recently met to 25-QT. IGLOO COOLER / .p ,l It y\
    recommend three candidates for the :" Molded of rwivy duty polyathy. OILLETTE I: ,'.
    created the .. ton*. Hinged I'd. REG. $18.99 COMPACT ..
    new circuit judgeship by I PRO AX
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    Tiger: TonIacSoed; Indian are back football .hosted Jamboree thai. kicks .... The Tornadoes otBmhhols ,1
    flew this week as two-a-day drill*opened Ud County BUS will get their pre. ls-OOHS- along" with the1 :SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY UNION
    Utah. Bradford High, aDd Keystone High Wednesday. Alachua County AAA Eastslde, COUNTY TIMES. AND LAKE REGION MONITOR TELEGRAPH.
    The teams go Into pads next week and will)end fall drills and Santa Fe-in a Florida Field jamboree. That gives the AMgust 1C. 11'1"
    and August with two quarter simulated game action in area teams Just two weeks to get ready before jamboree- ,
    the jamborees. Keystone l It slated to compete along with time,and Just three weeks of concentrated: : work before the1 ''''. .' ,-"" _....H.. ____. "'--_ .,.1, .. ....... ........ -
    Hawthorne, P.K. Yonge, and possibly Oak Hall In a Jam- season openers September 11.
    boree test at Hawthorne 30, while both This week we've got a pre.tlea1Ol11ook at the offenses of
    Bradford and Union will play in jamborees Friday nigh the three area teams with help from the three head
    August 81. Union's Tigers w coaches. Next week we'll provide a look at the defensive r6 v
    Newberry in the third and fourth periods of aaeNewberry- side of the scrimmage line for the three. Anil '

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    Union High Head Football Coach Two question marks surround the Keystone High Football Coach'
    Jimmy Thomas wants to keep up the Bradf r cant offense as the Tornadoes Pete Valentino the number one offensive -
    , momentum of,' last year's season- fall drills (which priority for 1W7V is crystal clear
    ; ending five'game winning streak as opened Wednesday) this week: 1) can got to eliminate the stupid
    X his gridders head Into the 1979-80 the entire starting backfield from last mistakes we made last season," hesays. .*'. ,i sv i.c
    * season with fall two-a-day drills that season's 8-3 bowl team, and in particular .
    were to open Wednesday. All State halfback: Marvin 'Last year our offense was adequate F
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    "We're gonna try to build off last 1'111)Ibe replaced?. 2) can BHS as far as moving the ball I. '4 : ; : ,
    season's five straight wins," Thomas depth-shy offensive squad survive the however we made too many : : .

    said before potential I Tigers reported season relatively injury-free as it mistakes, both mental and physical, ,., t
    , to fall practice."We're gonna to try to seems they will have to. the Indian boss said Monday as he, i ,
    , win off pride In performance." Tornado Head Coach David Hurse remembered the 4-8 season
    t The '78 club dropped its first five has been fretting more about the lack ago. "We had far too many fumes
    i outings but came on to sweep the second of depth than the other question. and an awful lot of penalties. I can 4
    ? half of the season. Ending 5-5 "The loss of just one player at some think of three of four games where we
    and tied for the District title with of the offensive positions could be were penalized more than .
    Jasper and Keystone the Tigers were disastrous," the Tornado mentor said That just can't all be bad officiating, ,' .
    genuinely disappointed when Jasper Monday afternoon, two days before we have to take the responsibility for '\:,. q ;
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    won a vote of principals to representthe players were to report for the first of that" ." '" .t :, J \ .,' :
    district in the playoffs. "We three weeks of two-a-day practices. It's one thintf realize a ballclub's
    , shouldn't be 'quitting but that's the "We don't have much depth. Hopefully weakness but can be quite another to ..., ..,. n ,L'l
    way it is," .Thomas said after the everyone will come back In good correct it. Valentino believes a good
    Tigers closed the year with a 10-0 win condition and we can avoid Injuries.., mental attitude can be the cure for >
    over Cross City last season. Now he we'll have to, in order to stay competitive the plague of mistakes. He has Just
    hopes it's the win streak. that won't be ." three weeks before the Indian's.
    quitting.The The running back: slot Is paper thin September 11 opener at Hawthorne to "
    Tiger boss has a young team to. as three players with little game time instill that mental approa h. ..h7ar/Pr! d 14' 3f. .net v .J.\." N l l
    work with and with only seven look to fill the shoes left by 1,700 yard "Both the fumbles and penalties
    starters returning from last year's rusher Tyson,.a first team AAA All are kind of mental things" he noted.
    squad which was lead by a group of State back: headed for Illinois State, "You fumble once and you start to 'Dennis Crawford far right, accepts home.plate.cen* Also pictured from left to right are Hobby Stetens. Ken
    eight seniors who held down 18 starling and Doug Reddish Most Valuable Offensive think about it and when you're trying 'gratulsleasfrom the three players scoring ahead of him on 'arltonland Johnell Smith Those four sluggers and the
    positions he's not saying a player in the Elk's; Bowl win so hard not make the same mistake his grand slam homer In the state tournament Iwo'rest of the !Machine. are In search of the Region title this
    player will definitely start st any spot over Lake Brantley John BennettSr twice that's Just what you do. We weekends ago. weekend. --
    as UCHS heads into fall workouts. If ( 155)). top ballcarrier In both theJrSr want to not think about it, to Just relax
    .he finds a player who can fill a spot game won by the Seniors 14-8 and think about being tough and mow '
    better than the man ahead, he sayshe'll and the Jamboree losses to Santa Fe ing the ball without concentrating on Machine Shoots for World Tourney'With
    do some shuffling. (0-7) and Gainesville Eastside (0-8), not fumbling> .
    "Everything's open-every ''posi! and Mike Jordan (Jr, 155) move Into "The main thing is to get the guys In ., ...
    lion on our ban club is open," he says. playing roles after lettering last the right frame of mind. I think that'll their work cut out for them in Tournament to be played this year In Machine Is In. It Includes,besides Cotlin's. -
    Even the offensive style is an.open season while state runnerup eliminate the stupid mistakes the tough half of the 13 team draw York Pennsylvania August Ken Sanders Florida runnerup
    book as practice starts again "We weightlifter Randy Thompson (Sr, While the two-a-day drills of fall state, champion Hlllandale Farm's, Si-September 3. Not since 1972 has a V.M. Nutri of West Palm and powerful .
    might run out of I-formation# and 190) came out In the spring and was practice (which started Wednesday Green Machine goes after the Region Green Machine team advanced to the Southern Fasteners of Phoenix City
    we might run some veer with split impressive from both the fullback slot,, morning) will be used to instill this. Open softball title in Mobile,Alabama World tourney. Last year Machinefell Alabama in a seven team half-
    we'll just have to look at our of in the I-formation and on defense 'mental toughness" the Keystone this?weekend,Friday-Sunday August Just short, losing to Ken Sander's' bracket that will make the Region
    baCksl in these three Weeks of practice especially in the jamboree ._ -club will also be working In some new 17191.'Y 20-24 and ivn Florida champ Dubose tourney an extremely l tough row. to
    .' .". cbefpr the eeatonrhTlgnrs.. : open. A-replacement is-also needed fo .-. r...'eUatalve. .staat yJr'aklnttno' .i4''" r.) ... 0'."", .. C91u.a: ""ho,... the .,>>-2'"ne.p.tj'ltJ",lriulrb.- .-, hAa.. .,...'h4.. 'll., ..... ;;;a""'" .. ..rM'. ,
    on the road.versus Gainesville P.K. two-year starter 'Jeffery Norman at :. that with a staff of five coaches topped powerful Jerry's Catering for e .lonal In the state event hosted by Stark -" .
    Yonge September?, quarterback (he's bound for St.Johns ("unheard of at Keystone") and more the Miami metro playoffs, in their "We'vec whipped Colltn's all five at the, new Edward's Road Field"facility 1
    Although Thomas lists 12 prospective CC on baseball scholarship). The slot time for fall practice (school: started first regional( game Friday night at times we've played them this year, a Machine had l little trouble
    offensive linemen he has only two was shared in the spring by Bill Aug.28 last year, making shambles of' 8:30: with a win sending them Into a couple times by the 15-run rule but polishing off VM Nutri by scores of
    prospective quarterbacks and three Goodge (Jr, 145) and Scott Allen two-adays) the change can be made. probable matchup with defending they've turned around and '..beatenpeople 13-4 and 28.9 enroute to the title. They
    players who he's; considering for (Soph 170) with limited passing success "We're changing our offensive Region king Ken Sander's Ford of worse than we've beaten them also whipped GT Bray of Bradenton
    receivers and only six boys he's lookIng but good running work. That strategy some this year" Valentino 'Alabama now rated in the top five In and beat teams we haven't beaten... 21-12 and American Amicable of
    at for running backs. Receivers tandem will likely split duties in the said. "Last year we had a wingbackand the worldGreen I'm worried about 'em." admitted Crestview 2J-4ln pushing their season
    and runners seem to be a Tiger fall unless one breaks away as a one or two wide receivers. This Machine>ripped four straight Ronnie Thomas, a Machine Coach won-lost mark to 60-21 against rugged
    weakness. clear-cut choice in two-a-day tests. year we'll go with two tight ends and opponents to take the Florida Open title along with Jack Hazen and Townsend competition. As usual slugging third
    "We're looking for running backs," .Hurse says both run well) with one receiver." at home in Starke two weekends Strickland. "They beat Jerry's Catering baseman-pitcher Ken Carlton was the
    Thomas admits "We've just got a lot Goodge getting the edge (n the passing The coach cites a difference in his ago and now looks to climb the next out to get here so you know they highlight of the Machine show crackIng -
    of question marks. We won t know department but Allen being the backfield personnel! as the catalyst rung in Softball's top division.The top can play," is hits in 18 state tourney at bats
    until practice starts. faster of the two. The Tornado coach for the change. Little Donnie Smith two finishers at the Region showdown What worries Thomas even more is for an .833 average. That included
    Potential running backs are Bobby adds that the passing game could has graduated and the backs taking move on to play in the ASA World the rest of the half of the draw eight home runs (giving him 148 for
    Crosby (Sr), Dennis Sirmones (Jrl.) figure in BHS plans more than it has over for Smith and Eddie Meadows,' the year) and did no harm to his
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    Dennis Roberson (lJr), Phillip in recent seasons. the leading'78 ballcarrier won't get to r
    Jackson (Sr), Guy'Massey (eSrl) and "We'll be using more sprintout the corner like Smith but are tough Inside Tell MS About the Sports ectlon..eepage,8B. ttD
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    Crosby is the only returning letter- quarterbacks who are suited for it," "The two guys who are our primary I ITerwillegar
    man working for a spot in the line-up Rune noted. A talented group of runners are strong quick, determined -
    as a runner. .No matter who gels the receivers could help make both. QB's runners," Valentino Mid of Steve
    nod ah a starter they'll have to do look good. Corbett senior-158 pounds, and Billy'
    some hard running to match last Letter winner Kenny Clark (Jr, 145, Coursey Jr-158- Also looking for play.
    year's leading rusher. Michael 4.7 speed) and spring newcomer Ed- ing time at the running back positionsare
    Dukes. He piled up a record of 564 ward Hamilton (Sr 165) have Hurse Morrey Cravey Sr-190 and Walt ,
    yards in 72 attempts for a 7.8 yards- smiling about the wideouts especially Boney Jr-160. KHS will run from both
    per-carry average.Second leading'78 with Jonathon Johnson (Jr. ISO up the I and split-back formations with .
    ball-toter Wayne Clemons is also gone from the JV and in the fight for playing some options mixed in. I.
    so the ground attack is also a question time. "If Clark and Hamilton con- "Using two tight ends is going to Motors !
    mark as workouts start. tinue to catch the ball as well as they beef up our inside blocking.
    One runner from last year's squad did in the spring and improve on top tino said Heading Into fall drills .
    who'll be returning but at another of that they could help make us a fine sometime '78 starter Jeff Stone "
    position Is Ed Varnes (Jr). He and passing ballclub" Hurse predicted Sr-170, and Sam Sibley Jr-150, are the ''H I
    David BarberJr last season's 'Johnson also has fine speed and he first-team tight ends with juniors .
    number two quarterback will probably needs only to catch more footballs to, Dale Furlong 150, and David McKor- eS 7,
    share the signal-calling responsibility be another good receiver." Danny mick ISO providing depth \
    taking over from graduated Nugent Jr 135), Bobby Martin (Jr Valentino points out that the Inside \C.e"\ \)
    LeandrewPringle.. who along with 140)), Richard McCree tJr 150), running attack won't be the only tool "\ (\{ vsvi.ofl I
    receivers Toby Diltow. Jon Pritchett. Dwayne Strickland' Jr 145)) and ,of the Indian offense. ,
    and Flip Fleming fashioned a big- Doyce Griffis (Jr 138) lend backup. { 1 '
    play aerial attack during the '78 strength. "We'll be prepared to throw the ball fOC.\O 'GOO \) I Ir
    streak. Across the front for BHS four 12-15 times a game, we won't Just ..
    Barber has at least onc.notcworth players return with at least some grind it out." he assured. "Our of f
    credential as he heads into drills. He playing time but defensive players fense will be geared to take what the,
    is the only player on this)'t'ar'lsquali may have to fill in at times. defense gives us. We'll throw If the M I n f1? -J .J r _- -
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    Mho scored a touchdown last year. Two year starter Allen Scott (Sr, defense dictates that.
    Thomas says he may switch Varnes 245) has the lock on one tackle spot Kenny Jennings Sr-160, Is penciledin ;i
    and Barber to different positions Hurse calls Scott "one of the finest at wingback after starting on !
    through the season depending .on tackles In this part of the state.We expect defense last year. Three quarter.
    which one has the hot arm. If Varnrs great things from him. and not backs are looking to. get the ball to
    quarterbacks Barber will likely go in just on the playing field. Allen should him. The most experienced of ,the
    at wide out: if Barber calls the be one of our leaders." three is David Hurner Sr-155. who U Prices Will Never fi
    signals. Varnes figures to bo behind The other tackle will likely be man started games in the second half of !
    him as a running back. ned by a newcomer with Ricky Griffis last year 1978 'JV starter Grady
    Returning linemen Dean Osteen Jr 175), who played the spot in the Bostic Jr-150. and mph Scott Bannon :
    (Jr).Kevin L.Griff,Sr and Jimmy spring and Eric Carroll Jr 180) try 160. are also working QB. All three > ,
    Norman tJr are Thomas' hopes to ing to win the job. Defensive starter run well enough to fit into the Indians ', 'J
    bolster the' offensive front. Ronald Mathews (Sr, 180>. a regularat play-action sprintout pass scheme. : :
    Other prospective blockers include tight end last year, might have to ."None of them have sprinter's speed :, ;f: /.B. Lower, ..y 1.. c ci
    Curtfs Roberts .eJr( who saw some double up here. "Ronald is one of the but they're nose is pointing towardsthe '1// f. ... .
    action last season:Donald Jones iSr>, best offensive players we have but goal line when they're tackled." .
    Clayton' Parrish IJ,.. Charles they need him on defense" said Across the front row Keystone High '. .. .. '
    Tomlinson Sr>. John Griffis tSr). Rune "We still might have to use has four players back who have some .
    Paul D'aIISr).Joey Lee iJr), Leslie him both ways some. starting time behind, them. Three i
    Williams! tSopn and Donn Clyatt year starter George Payne Sr-210 an- 4
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    lSoph): r The tight'end post is another wide chors one side at a tackle spot while Buy A New TruckCar Today 'j
    Thomas hopes that unlike last open one with Hurse saying three or both guards return-Danny McGovern
    I year the offensive troops won't be four players, could rotate. JV Sr-163. and Danny Hughes. 'Sr-1S5' "
    forced to do so much double-duty on graduate Ronnie Rodriguez (Jr 17S, Mark Abies Jr-195 had a slight,lead t.. '..' 1,
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    ,efense. defensive regulars Jimmy Wright over Steve Rla Sr-155 at center after -' ".
    "We're, hoping to develop some (Jr, 165) and Danny ( spring drills- Ablea started some
    Jkrpth this year: he says. "yo e'd like 175) and Carroll figure in the picture. games(in the middle In 1978.The other: TERWIltEG/iH/ :
    to have 22 different starters with At offensive guards sometime' tackle spot Is wide open with Carey iY I
    .nobody having to go both ways.'' starters Johnny Bell (Sr. 175) and Jay Stalling Sr-170 and Scott Harvin c
    ..Thomas will teU you his grtdders Griffis. (Sr: 160) come back .Jr-195 the chief battlers ,
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    lack experience speed and size but for<< a ,starting role along with Interior line depth will be provided MOTOR .
    ... he looked towards the coming two- Carolina transfer Hunter RauhofferSr. .by Bobby Strickland Jr-140 and Scott ,
    a-day practice sessions he emphasized ( 175). JV grads coming up are Adams Soph-150.
    their desire to play a tough ball Junior Schoening (Jr 155). Henry Morrey Cravey punted last year 206 W. Madison 964.7200 Starke, Fla. (I'

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    Mr.Evey B.Shallar native of Union County and a former in Starke. He moved to Lake dry in early Sunday morning at his daughter, Mrs. Michael Reddish of Heights.The son of Mr.and Mrs.John
    depot agent at Raiford died Saturday 1873 and attended the Church of God. residence following an extended Ulnas Starke one brother Mr. R.M. Hersey Sparkman of Horseshoe Beach Fla..
    Mrs. Evey B. Shallar, 39, resident August 4., from a heart attack In Survivors include his wife Mrs. Mr. Hersey was the son of the Jr. of Theressa; three sisters Mrs.Gladys Mr.Sparkman was born In Miami and
    of South Lake Avenue Lake Butler New Port RJchey.Survivors .: Nancy Delma Holder, Lake City; one late Martin R. and Mrs. Malaear Williamson of Keystone moved to Starke at an early age. He
    died Saturday August 11, at Baptist include: his wife, Betty daughter Mrs.Joyce Smith Lake City Atkins Hersey, of Theressa. Mr. Heights Mrs. Beatrice Exell, was employed In Melrose as
    Memorial Hospital In Jacksonville Dekle Galney; one daughter, Brenda ; four sons, Mr. James K. Holder. Hersey was employed by Triest Con Jacksonville,and Mrs. Nettie Tomlin- Greyhound Dog Trainer. He was a
    after lengthy illness. of two sons, Michael and Raiford, Mr. Ross Holder, Oxvard. struction Company of Keystone son of Mandarin; 23 grandchildrenand member of the Baptist faith.
    A native of Union County Mrs. Selfnel'l'l' New Pert Rlchey; one California, Mr. William B. Holder Heights. He was a member of Hope 2 great grandchildren. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
    Shallar was the widow of the LugeneE. granddaughter; two sisters, Mrs. Tampa and Mr. David Holder, OlJHickory Baptist Church. Funeral services were conducted: at Janice Sparkman; one son, RussellJr.
    ShaUar and daughter of the late Myrtice Newson of Lakeland and Tennessee; and 11 grand Survivors include his wife, Mrs. 2 p.m. Tuesday at Hope Baptist .; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
    Angus J. and Mary Susan Mixo BieU- William Mae Dobson of Lake Butler. children. Ruby Hersey of Starke; mother,Mrt. Church in Theressa with Rear Pat Sparkman of Horsboe Beach; one
    ing. She attended Union County Services were held Tuesday Funeral services: were conducted at Malanar Hersey, Theressa; seven Murphy officiating and Rev. Ben sister, Mrs. Lorraine Varnes of Mac-
    Schools and resided In Dukes until August 7, at the North Funeral Home 3 pm. Sunday, August 12, in the sons. John Wayne Dewltt. Bryant assisting. Burial was In Hope Benny and grandmother, Mrs.
    1933 when she moved to Lake Butler of New Port Rkhey..Burial followed Church of God; Lake City with Rev. Elbert Hersey Theressa,Donaldof Cemetery, with Archer-Tanner Nora Sparkman of Brooksville.
    raiding there until her death. She In Irfead lawn Memorial Garden In Llndsey Croft, pastor officiating. In- Palatka, Lancin of Lacrosse Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Funeral services were conducted
    was a member of the Lake Butler New terment was In Crosby Lake Dwright of Worthington Springs; two Thursday at the Chapel of Archer-
    First Baptist Church. Oliver Cemetery with Harry Guerry Funeral daughters, Mrs. Margaret' Sowell Russell Addison Sparkman.Z8 Tanner Funeral Home with Rev.
    Survivors Include: one son. MalcuaEShalaro1Jacksoivilefour holder,Tt Home of Lake City In charge of ar Brooker, and Miss Demise Hersey of Russell Addison Sparkman, of James Starling officiating. Burial
    : grandchildren Oliver E. Holder. 73. resident of Starke; two stepsons, William Marietta. Fla., died early Sunday was In Hope Cemetery in Theressa,
    and one great grand Lake City, died Friday. August 10. ran&ements.Clydelleney..as Newham of Johnson City,Term., and evening from injuries sustained In an with Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in
    daughter. Mr. Holder lived most of his adult life Clyde Hersev. 65. of Starke. died David Newham of Raiford; one step airplane accident In Keystone charge of arrangements.
    Funeral services
    were conducted:
    TUesday August 14,at the First Bap
    tist Church in Lake Butler with Rev.
    I Melvin Owens pastor, officiating.
    Burial was in Old Providence r .
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    Cemetery with Sherrill-Guerry
    i Funeral Home of Lake City in charge
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    Clifford c. Phillips, age n. of
    Keystone Heights,died: in the Alachua nOPUl
    General Hospital Sunday morning
    following a long illness. lie was born
    in South Haven Michigan Sept. J. ttki TRUCKLOAD t1 C
    1906; moved from Luck.Wisconsin to 00
    Keystone Heights in May 1978. Mr. _
    Phillips and his wife had operated a
    restaurant in Luck. Wise for 23
    years retiring in 1973. He was of the
    Baptist faith.SurvIvors g
    include his wife Theresa B BEEF SALE
    Dom Phillips; 3 daughters. Mrs. Linda ,
    Watkins of Tupelo Miss., Mrs. '
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    Margaret Mazfield of Keystone
    Heights and Mrs. Lots Lierboe of

    Vero Clinton.Beach Iowa; one;son.2 brothers Howard MauriceL. Larsonof yF FILL YOUR FREEZER AND TOP VALUE SAVER BOOK TOO!

    Phillips of Milwaukee, Wise., and eEEF PEO
    Harvey Y. Phillips of Holland. Mich.; QUANTITY RIGHTS
    2 sisters Mrs. Gladys Banks of Largo PRICES GOOD RESERVED "NO FRILLS" PHOTO SERVICE
    and Mrs. Mariam Bradfield of Battle W1NN-DOM STORES, INC
    Creek. Mich.; and sue grandchildren.: THURS.-WED. AUG. 16-22 COII'YalGHT-I'179
    Funeral services were held Tues- IUL/IY-YCMPlCTUlfIAIIDIWUIPII"1' MlTOMIMiiIir.
    day, Aug. 14. in the DeWitt C. Jones .' .... ir noiwtt.uiMSi nocutai usmcoMf QUMITT SAVIS ON TRIM
    Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. a"ran
    Mosaic town "NO raus" nuas
    James R. Morgan pastor of the First ::. ...,....ICI.-lOUI.IlMOf''IOUIIOP.
    Baptist Church officiating. Interment SAVE 70e ON res ftc IMM.ur" ON rout MII iwf. 11 EXPOSURES $2 89

    followed in Keystone Heights .... .... ums mm u*'NO NMMN COM fOIl ... **'".
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    Robert J. Willey. age 30. Conference t n' ells iTi n too GIf im area OF w KODAK
    Director of the Park-ot-the- r MM, HUM MOL YOU tea HKXiStINO .l h, |hg" ::leak,
    Palms. Keystone Heights died in JjJ: II.

    Montgomery, Alabama, Thursday, !
    August 9.Mr. Willey had gone to Mon- "

    tgomery treatment.for Born medical in Bristol diagnosis, England and, ':<. : 4.9 BABY '. $ oo

    April 3, 1899. Mr. Willey had lived in FOOD o o 6 JAMS |
    Athens.Greece; Alexander! Egypt; ,_
    and Glasgow, Scotland, before coming 3j WHITE AMIC1W Uoooit 2 with '7.50 r food ...... .... clga.
    to the U.S. in 1949. He served in
    ) the British Royal Air Force: in WWI 49c
    and WWII. He grew up with a great 0000000000BLEACH JUO12ot.
    interest in aeronautics and workedas
    ) an engineer for many years. He r Y ,
    came to Keystone Heights In 19M to CHEDIC'RINKS, 8 $149
    direct the Bible Conference Programs limit 1 with $7.30 er ...... 0 0 o o e e 0 CANS

    at the Park-of-the-Palms. At purchase excl. clgs. .... .,past oAIUNQ'NNA.Y tOofBREAD
    the Park he was instrumental in help- eO .
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    ) ing to organize the Brethren togetherto "1 3'2o.oa $100.1
    form the ParkofthePalmsChapel r' 1* /'La ff .1.-' >a 1'n r' a ant+ 0 0 0 tYr O :

    a thriving Church Assembly f
    J serving Park residents and those of
    RUt.AIIIIC''
    the surrounding community. DEEP SOUTH PeANUT
    Survivors include his wife. Vera L. BATH TISSUE
    Butter 3 : $229 Softener 99C -
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    Willey/ ; one brother, Owen,of Bristol . -
    I England; 2 sisters Grace Bond on TMRMTY MAO CHEESE
    Ontario. Canada; and Ruth Ainley of Cocktail CHARMIN
    2 &s $100 %
    Devon England. Macaroni .3 t 88C
    Funeral services were held Tues-
    THHTTYMAO AMOW HEAVY DUTY LIQUID
    day. August 14. in the Park-of-the- '. $ 9
    Palms Chapel with Mr. Dan Snaddon Apple Sauce 99e Detergent .: ]
    officiating. Interment will be in
    DeWittC THtJnV MAO CUT OWN DEEP SOUTH SAUCE
    Keystone Heights Cemetery.
    Jones arrangements.Funeral Home was in chargeof Beans .3 $100 Bar-B-Que 1o& 59C e C

    THMTTf MAO CUAM STYLE O* WMO1E KHNtl

    Walter HaltrrW.AddiMfi.U William Addison age 63. Corn S .3 $100 Saltines ,. 2 IS $100 4 PKG.ROLL
    died Monday.August,at his home in
    THWTVMAO SAT40WKH IOAT'

    moved Corned Beef $119 Bread . tts 55e
    Melrose. He was a Carpenter and was
    of the Baptist faith. TMMTTV MAO LUNCHEON DIXII! DAIUNO aurrEaA4xx SAVE 54 Limit 2 with $7.3O er more pwtrMse ..cl. cl...
    Survivors include two 12.... 10.0...
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    daughters Meat 9"c Biscuits 2 $1
    Charlotte McRae of Gainesville, and . CAN PttGS. rlr
    Diane Ahrens of High Springs; 4
    sisters Mary Bessent. Leona
    Johnson. Myrtle Dyess all of Jacksonville '
    and Ida Stokes of Hilliard; one
    ,
    brother; and Albert 3 grandchildren.Addison Jacksonville OLD MILWAUKEE BANQUET FROZEN THRIFTY MAID

    Funeral services held _
    : were on
    Thursday August 9. at Graveside in :
    Eliam Cemetery Melrose. with Rev. BEER ICE MILK
    Jerry Hayes officiating. Huggins- BOIL 'N
    Copeland Funeral Home of 3 $100
    Gainesville was in charge of ar

    rangements. vi$69: : : :
    Master Timothy D.Barfleld $ 49

    Timothy D. Barfield. 22 months
    died Friday August 10. after drowning 6 79c
    He was born in Jacksonville 12-cz. SAVE ENTREE . s=r HALF 9fi
    where he lived his life.
    Survivors inclue his parents: Mr. CANS SOc .1.' 1nW.TUBIY oc GALLON 20aN1WAL -.
    and Mrs.Charles Barfield of Jacksonville -
    ; one sister Jessica Sara Bar- VAWY SALISBURYENTREE $169 BANQUCT
    field of Jacksonville; and his maternal 3
    grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen WINES . . 41L $399 . :'_ RUED) CHICKEN tea $24"
    O. Lowe of Jacksonville.
    Funeral services were held Mon-
    day. August 13. at the graveside in
    Old Providence Cemetery with Rev.
    Billy Coker officiating. Burial followed : AtJAM W/PBOTUK,
    under the direction of Archer ....... UO4JUUV air LOTION
    Funeral Home of Lake Butler. M.
    AGREESHAMPOO INTENSIVE PEPTO
    HanW C O-Berry

    Harold C O'Berry.M. ,died Friday TOOTHPASTE REFILLS ; CARE, liS MOL


    August Born extended 10.in Lake in i iUDesL Sytvaaia.Butler Georgia Mr. "Berry afteran y>..... 79 ,49} floe. $429 10.... $1 49''' ..:. 9ge

    ; was War a IL farmer and a veteran of World TUM nca. sizi I liD SlZI

    Survivors include: one daughter
    Mrs. Ann Castle of Lake Butler; one
    son. John O'Berry of Savannah: one .
    Leslie of Winter \ -
    brother. O'Berry DIoooaANf OED SMCtkfOUUUI JOHNSON '
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    Haven two sisters,Mrs.s.
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    1 of Syrrama. Ga. and Mrs. bed SCOPE .. RIGHT SHAVE IAIY DESENEX
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    Leggett of Jacksonville; and eight
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    grandchildren Funeral lervices. were held SUnda). MOUTHWASH GUAII.' CREAM \\ :\ 'OWIII' / POWDER

    August 12. in the ML Zion Primitive
    rc Baptist Church: with Elder Herman L. > 99 ,.-, $159zi $|39 T.S.a, $|45 .
    Jordan officiating. Burial followed in t.a.
    r Mt Zton Cemetery under the direction tau s+ I >UZI SIZI
    r. of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
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    BIIS Football Union ,last day for girls to apply to be Training Building at 7 p.m. No tryouts ,are required for tits
    Last free cheerleaders. The minimum Is '
    Physicals Set age Keystone
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    Baton Corp Pw Information on law
    Coach Hurse urges players to take Pop Warner even aa of August 1 lone t with the Pop Warner call )
    473466
    473-2068.
    Signup or
    S ihtarfl."f tree at the Cheerleader Program Set maximum age 13 as ode same date.
    August fPartn, > n< Friday morning, The Union County Pop Warner Interested cheerleaders should contact Controlled;: Scrimmage Sept.8 Applications for hUlA Baton Corps Football Spots Still Open.
    AU 17 starting at 9 a.m. cheerleader will be given a Margaret Dukes after 9 p.m. at A controlled scrimmage with the membership should be returned to the Applications are sill available for
    varsity and Junior varsity cheerleader 496-3107 or Ubby Crawford at 408-3401 Starke teams has been set for Satur
    players work and learn session KRA concession: stand by Saturday, all squads on Pop Warner football. 7
    berore need to get the Physical starting Monday,August 20.at 6 p.m. or 4964964 before S p.m.upper..T1Ip. day, September a, at Tiger Stadium. August 18.Keystone. Any boy aged S-M as of August t,
    practice' starts. Players need In front of the at the middle ''Chopre.eaeon Jamboree Is slated for
    to get gym Pop Warner Baton Corps 197 can still sign up by calling Walt
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    forms from the BHS school. the following Saturday,September, '
    fieldhDuse applications are available at the KILLconcession Raleigh at 473-3947 or talking/ to
    the : have their parents sign The cheerleaders will be taught daily A supper for cheerleaders,players>,, with all league teams playing. The stand and Top I'the coaches at practice, which run from '
    JT0rm&ul! then bring tile signed' from to 7:30 held season opens Saturday, September ,
    p.m.Monday' coaches: and parnets will be Haystack for anyone between ages m. Monday through Friday :
    them for the physical. first session will be the Tuesday, August 21, at the RMC 22., 8-12 aa of August 11979. nigh


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    THAT'S RIGHT. a THE WHOLESALE PRICE OF BEEF HAS SoftballThe

    DECLINED AND WINN-DIXIE HAS PASSED ON THE SAVINGS. SOYOU CAN .Woodchoppers moved into'afirst
    place tie, the
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    FILL YOUR FREEZER! gers 7.2 in Keystone Men's Softball
    4 play last week.
    OUR BEEF PRICES ARE LOWER THIS WEEK In other KRA action the e'crs over- I
    r came an early /11-2 deficit to beat the :

    THAN THEY WERE THE WEEK OF JUNE 15, 1979 'QUANTITY RIGHTS REEF PEOPLE Orioles Woodchoppers 39-9 romp 1413.over The scored Bootleggers Jaycee eight Blue.runs scoreda The In ,.

    RESERVED the sixth inning to edge the Orioles .
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    PRICES GOOD THURS. VIED. AUGUST 16-22 WINN-OtXH STORES INC.COPYRIGHTitn 13-10 and an avenge an earlier defeat.
    The Bombers
    also got a win, bombin f
    MCKOHY SWEET Chuck Bullock's: team 279.

    i W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE SLICED BACON. u. 99c Keystone Golf 1
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    BONELESS STEAKS 'P TTY MiX. . 3 .:.... $299 .titles Four in young the first Jr.Keystone Jr..GolfWlnnf'r' Crowned Golf Tournament golfers won )1',

    DELMONICOS USDA CHOICI: WHCXCMCKCMV played at tha Keystone Golf and Coun-
    I' L L $259r try Club Tuesday, August 7.
    e . o u. Phil Pacey took the 14-18 year old title I
    swcrr SONIUSS, WATIR AOOED. SULLY Kevin Coursey won the age group
    for 13 year olds, the 9-12 title was ,
    COOKD HAM O u. $199 taken by Mike O'Donogriue. and II!
    $ 99 PINKY MO MM PORK SHOUIDM.SLAM SOSTON SUTT Nicole Chillemi\ won the 6-8. year old
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    : has division. ,
    K ROAST u. Marshall Take '.
    SAVE $160L.. MAYS w.PINKV no MCSH KKSAVC : Mf'n'sltIO(!. Itliti !

    SPARERIBS. . eS; ;L1", .$159 Men's Jack Marshall Association won Blitz the Keystone tourney

    L B. 1O USDA GRAM! A MESH MXD '' played Wednesday, August 8. .
    JUNE 15 1979..ux$459 Dave Benson Elmo Cannon and AI
    FRYER PARTS 0 u. 59C Schoeneman took second, third, and
    fourth behind Marshall.
    Ed Wise and Dave Brown tied for s
    TODAY the best low net score with Lloyd '
    SAVE.60cLI. Herder coming in third in the low net
    WeD BRAND USDA CHOICI LADE CUT $ ,89 standings.

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    WeD BRAND USDA CHOICI ROUND ONE '., :. :''f' ',, '/-" / muscular dystrophy will be held

    SHOULDER ROAST.o.: ,$199 Saturday and: Country, August Club 18, at course the KeystoneGolf

    SAVE 6O'iB. :' :. ;: lB. SAVE The tourney,open to the public wilt
    BRAND USDA CHOICE BONIUSS J;: : PATTIES be a callaway event with proceeds going
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    < .199 BOX aOe charity. golfers
    CHUCK ROAST .. .. .... .. LI. should call the Keystone Golf and
    Country Club or Mr. Arnold Reed at
    SAVE 3O'iB. TCOAY'S PlJa 4734350.

    WeD BRAND USDA CHOICI BONIUSS ,'. $ 99, W.D BRAND USDA CHOICE ,

    STEW MEAT ,. .r. ... LI. lIj BLADE CUT $ ;

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    Bit ITGROUND ,' $1 99 SOCII.
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    I. Water's 3rd At Soggy State Tourne' f :' '. '

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    A season 01 success ended for could make it to the Class "A" nationals Green pounded two homers in the vic
    Water's of SUrke with 8 third place next year." tory
    finish in but weekend's Claw "B" In last weekend's state event
    State Tournament played in Cocoa. number 10 hitter Ellis Griffis bangedout Guerdon's toppled Water's .late the

    The Starke City League and Sub-- a .769 batting average, being put losers bracket scoring seven funs. in p.
    District winners won their first two out Just three times all weekend, but the top of the sixth to break: a 10-10' tie. :

    games in the rain-plagued state Water's home run game was nullifiedby Green was 3-3 with a homer, Brian
    tourney before bogging down, with the rainy conditions gusting Johns was 3-4 with a roundtripper, c
    losses to runnerup Guerdon's of winds and 285 foot-eight foot high and Griffis was 2-3 but Elder said the
    Ocala. 18-10. and host and eventual fences. The team that l had busted 26 local club didn't take advantage of a

    winner Mutual Credit of Cocoa 7... homers in sweeping a tough Sub- favoring wind. "That was the only
    District field and pounded 33 four game we played on the field where the

    "I'm sorry for the city of Starke baggers In taking second behind wind blew out and we didn't get the ,, '

    that we couldn't produce a third state Guerdon's at District had just ten ball up" the Coach said. .,,' .. t 1 ?I
    championship (the Starke Stars 16-18 home runs in the State event. Batting Mutual Credit topped Water's 7-4 in J I

    year olds and Hillandale Farms averages were down too as only Jim the loser's bracket finale before
    Green Machine were already Florida Lewis, .643 with two homers and polishing off Guerdon's 9-3 and 14-7

    title-bearers) but I don't think the Charlie Green, .500 with a team- for the state title.
    final results really told the true leading four home runs. Joined GriffisIn Three runs in the top of the first Y ,
    story" said Water a Coach Dwight reaching the .500 mark. gave the Cocoa team the lead before a 1 y

    Elder Tuesday night. "It was a good Water's opened the tourney Satur- four run fourth pushed Water's in c
    solid tournament but it came down to day with a 10-9 marathon win over front MC reclaimed a 5-4 lead with

    I who got the breaks and we Just didn't Justin Sales of Coral Springs that took two in the fifth and scored twice more "lp'r '
    get them. We had a couple of calls go some 10 hours to complete. The game in the sixth to make it 74.Water's had # I

    against us in the game against Mutual was scheduled for Saturday at 1:00: its last chance In the seventh.
    I that I really believe were bad calls. p.m. but started late and rain delays Tommy Wise cut the gap to 7-6 as he

    after two Innings kept the game from followed consecutive singles by Lewis ..
    I "I still feel like we're the best Class resuming until 9:45: p.m, Danny and Donnie Wise with a two-RBI #

    "B" ballclub In the state but other McKinney finally ended the drawn single but in trying to stretch the hit to ,' r
    than last weekend we've been fortunate out affair with a two-run homer in the a double was called out at second. "It w :

    this year. Everything has bottom of the seventh to win the was a bad call" Elder said flatly. .. ,
    worked out like we planned it. We game. Green who had homered Larry Mercer then stroked a base hit. -', / :.

    talked about getting to the state tour- earlier had reached base on a single Green followed with a bouncer up the Rainbow Marine Brookrr Second row. 1 I. to r. Doug Brown Hilly Hay Smith. Hob

    nament this year in Class "B" and before McKinney's no-out blast.In middle which the shortstop gloved Front row. left to right. Randy ltaulrr* then moving up to Class "A" next their second game Sunday making a play at second."Larry' Sanderfer. Timmy Whitehead Gene Rauleron. nunTttp row, I. to r., David rexcoll., Richard Knight CoachSteve
    year when the Nationals are going to Water's topped the Vampires of Quin- ny H.... Nipper I)ltk Uheeler. ,
    be In Jacksonville (state tourney cy 17.14 in a game that was close all had the throw beat by quitea
    qualifiers in Class "B" must move up the way. The Starke team scored four ways but the umpire called him out
    a division the following year) and it runs in the second to take the lead and for the third out" Elder said. "We got Rainbow Marine Hosts Softball Tournament In Brookernament

    worked out for us. I really believe reclaimed the advantage and held on some rotten calls in that last Inning. '
    that with the nucleus of the club we with a six-run sixth frame. Griffis and Lewis was 3-3 in the loss with Griffis Brooker'i Rainbow Marine Softball at the Brooker field this meets Turner Electric of Green Cove :

    have now and none additions we Lewis were 3-4 with home runs and adding two hits in three at bats team Is hosting a 10 team men's tourYOU weekend, Friday-Saturday, August at 9:30 and Orange, Park and
    1719. McKelroy's of Lake City square off at:

    Other local l teams on hand will be 10:45.:
    Crew's Lumber of Lake Butler and Saturday morning play is set to

    two newly-formed teams of Starke start at 8 a.m. with the Rascals of, .
    league players-the Over the Hill Gainesville playing the winner of Fri

    Gang of Starke and B&G In-. day's first game. In a 9:15: test

    MAY HAVE MISSED THESE dependents of Lawtey Phillip's Tire of Crystal River goes
    against the winner of Friday's second

    Games start at 7 p.m. Friday with game. 'fAction
    Crew's taking on the Over the Hill continues through Saturday r

    GREAT Gang Rainbow Marine opens with an night with Sunday's first game slated)*:,
    OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST 8:15: game against B&G Independents for noon and the finals set for that J':

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    SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN Keystone Basketball Camp ',.: ;:)




    CLASSIFIED SECTION. Opens Monday KHHS ?: :'


    Registration is continuing for the now Flagler women's team .

    .. 'r' week-long youth basketball camp to member Lorraine Rossmeyer; Russ ,
    0 1. he held at Keystone Heights High Porter of Keystone (Steve's younger

    I School August 20-28.( brother), who will work on defensivei(

    Youngsters aged 10-14 can register skills; Brenda Hutchins, a prep all >.
    at a cost of $15 with a camp t-shirt star at Hawthorne High who now

    provided for each player. Forms are plays for the Lady Gators of UF, and. ,.
    Shop The Suds Classified section available at Top of the Haystack who will instruct students on the turnaround ;

    '. Lake Dwellers, Clay Co-Op, and the jump shot and inside offensive .
    Monitor office in Keystone. moves. >
    Former KHS players Mike Wingateand

    day for VaCu05.TROPHY Sherri Anthony are running the "The purpose of' this camp is to
    every great shopping camp with instruction by other college create a sort of 'feeder' system for the -

    basketball players from the high schools in the area" Miss Anthony
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    ". .' I, I". sophomore season of basketball at don't get the chance to play organized
    : "" ". ,Eckerd College of St Petersburg next I basketball luntil theysgef: Int\1'rJV. '

    year while Anthony plays for the basketball (in Keystone) and they're''
    defending state champion Flagler just not ready for it."

    women's team. League games will be played each

    HOUSEKEEPER Each day at the camp Is to feature a day with the camp winding up with''
    have t
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    LABORERS no "o.rl.oen make travel arrangement, able. Celt ,13-S5u
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    h.v. Fla, ch uffur''s Mean**. teed for 90 day*. t>* ......,ane... with c*..*> rftgitvt A OeiILL. HELP NEEDED "
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    77.1441 PfRSONNEl CENTER 3776377 tormina I" tocattcfon NW 39 Av.. 7S91 Wet Newfaerrv ld
    game and hoped the winning attitude good summer of weighlifting work"from I
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    year and what he's called "a real i

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    !.?.FORO GfVANAOAcyllnoer Berry (Jr, 15$), and Joel StalnakerJr Hurse swnsn! "up. "The kids have j
    :n MPO. oarAulOm1140 l.7.HOMO A "I.'MO..THS 1a4 4.wheel,.drive weooneer ( ISO( worked bard on the passing game this,, ,
    towmllv*. Clean OLD Part for *al : 3 Iranafer cues.
    31. .99 EXCELLENT CONDITION' engine'' and axle SIM for ell Al Chapman (Sr, 185)), another summer .
    SCt-OOMOStO. MOO 171V*!} Call offer *. 314M7. with
    GCTOFP YOU HEELS player starting time behind him "We're hurtin' for depth. The key
    AND' BUY SOMa WHEELS ,.. enters fall practice as the number for is to be attitude. If the
    '71 "ord LTD. 79S "7. KAWASAKI "Z.esO. on. ).*> vw tUS for part e... *. one us going our
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    .16 AUDI IDOLS. .sc.ient con. '71 71 Bulck Dodo Skylark Polara *M93 ".'''Y. 3314 5W 411. Place Apt. bed new fire on rim. *. UOO or "Overall we're going to run,out of working attitude and we get some
    dl/ion oar' AM/FM" n Student make..... Brian, J77.l 7.
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    Or.a'f Kingwood Wagon *4 5 the I more this year because we're leadership we could have a pretty fair
    0" mll..o. Srown .11" Tan '71 Ford LTD. U9' '
    In/.rlor. s7900 315 Liu '77 Chev Impale, *59, l7 Excellent YAMAHA condition.OT'MMP 1 months 10 DO VOUMSELP A PAVOKOodee better suited for it than the veer and ballclub-we could challenge for the"
    '10 hew Truck t/94 old >.4O 377.;39M4 StudentM '.' Coronet Soo. 1 door we expect to throw the ball more district title."
    1 1976 AUDI 71 Ford :air II 194 II*. 3 ic.ert, Mur'. new 'lenltlon' ,
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    and he figures to get both the puntingand ourselves. I'd rather run Into a brick :'*

    !' EYOWNERSAVE$4O",. PEEL .V OWNER.Price reduced .No placekicking chores this season."We'll wall defense.." J
    1 Story 4 ... l"t Bath family ._'_'* fee 4 ... 3 b.'''. /. He didn't complete the last :
    room ",OP'.C.. oreen houe- Parade Home. Fenced yard To* work hard, Valentino promised
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    ", ; .t' \ PRE. '.EWOOO' won tee- MARTIN D3S SUNBUKST :\ui : : -t grain bins, dryer hammer mill., hay barn,Owner financed..
    ., 1 I fond saw gertty Coil cuOrin.)1"- '"OU.c"'n hardihell. molded. ca.e *77 with 1... Ideal feed lot operation ? fj. .+.J.'; '>.! : '
    be t offer 377
    J" 7441 SlvdentPEAVBV Acres with :2 house near Orange Lake. .. ::)j', ,'" ,

    1976 COCA COlA MACHINE b.d.OCH/40....,.PMS leapt" PA,, 54307 Mb.InO Riverfront property on Santa Fe '" .', :
    Sank 1..owned'.. new Cam irr or tji........ local 434.1004 Residential. In city of Lak ,Butler. :
    lent condition pop uo wired camper for electricIty sacelfY' *. PIANO Yamaha Studio, Modal Trailer spaces with city hook-up.
    17* ENCYCLOPEDIA. .
    i Brllfanl.ca. PIP Walfut..NC.II.n$
    j Bleep' *a **OO Call ITtVeJ+JSTARCftAPT complete ... still in be.. : Must ** I, **7t Contellatlona 3 ftetail>*.a66'. M'after, 5weetiet.d"ItTePKCE otter 11530 3747600 a 3 BR home front :2 street Fla. room with exposed beams; large. eal-la kitchen .

    I A/C.. tn O/C.....refrigerator".n' condition, awnlng AttM OAP.O. a'0' Caller, us. i dining room. Large back yard. Ideal for children.
    ...."..........,..... .. *H5O. Call49H3Oa .built In Nltch.5slraloM. Good*.condition.3ta3BBAUTIPUC. Call John eveJllno -

    f TOP OOUAR PAID tricot, Ha. ".,.0...1C...."blind_. slretcn hem., Mew Coachman :2 BR CB home with attract! e yard; decorative patio makes this Ideal home for "
    j I ever lock and bum In button hole ecreallonel Vehicle for 17 Dishwasher stove, drapes A/C are some of the extras.
    lovers.
    I ;i > f>.er Sliver a. Gold us for Si...*es a,.now an99551ev' CtMARTIrCAMPER5 plant .
    Coins a. Sterna Collection '
    'on SEVKIMO MACMIN F !) '.,
    'i ; 55a51. STAMP" a. COIN 1 1t
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    / Of Lake City with trailer hook-up In city, > .'
    11 W unly Aye JfJ 3H3 ice residential
    ,I 3>l> IN Unix Ave m saea US Ovye.t IW37J3f ?

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    : < 2 BR trailer on 2 tots t 200' or more; street frontage.WORTHiNGTONSPRIRGS".
    V Need 1 I. : .
    more information?
    : ( ttmp u 3 BR. I 1/2 bath trailer on 2 1/2 beautiful lot*. Trees and shrubs, make for extra

    i Interested in placing a classified! ?, attractive location-Private road tends to make this site extra" special. .
    }f ; ,'. Call Now For Appointment To See

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    ,: :l ERSONAt"t'I t: I ;4Wi', : I II '!11, L 9 At1 I IITIES : (o.'r' $ ( : iI1SANtA': .l ll'' $ ,tE J
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    J' BUYING BELLING TRADING SERVICES _JOB OPPORTUN 'p ,

    BUI'S SAW SHOPl Completesharpening MARE YOUR TRAILS look. ," ..::1::'> ttAWPERSONAt ,:\:! Y CHAIN material. Do LINK H yourself FENCE and highly fertilized NAYt Argentina Phone
    service,circular, Ilk. .
    a homo.
    Remodeling . save. Installation/ available, 964-6071. TFcbgUAUTWUl
    hand c.rbld., chain, oddlllon, screened porch. : I 1 1I '
    ..
    Fns .Imotel.Man SLACK Labrador m
    mower and balanced blade hollground leave at to Paul your Framing homo or troller.'r.. I0I; I I :lQ.t"1 'H4 ((,$,: 1.I R.lM.U : Fence Co. ......1559. TFchg R.AleC- Registered ''t'professionally '.>

    Jackson Building Supply estimate. Call ,SERVICES' I I" I trained ,'

    Stark. or Keystone Hts. Phono ......101 S. TFchg anytlm lOSTi 0lII.phen *. LOST .hsre. inel* Alaskan TWO BEDROOM apartment LOW DOWN PAY. VACUUMSi WATSON'S Many HOUSE brand OP of house .Woken"933-2196., ISO.,/9 P.3 chg W.Palmer. )11

    TFchg EXPERIENCED ROOFER full grown, nee Stark. Melemute. Black/white, apply at 870 McMahon St.. MCNTiRoberts Road oft new vacuum. Ud 8/16 .
    THI Mown CLINIC- Small needs roofing work lonnle lot Stork. 8/9 SR 16 West. Pull
    about July 13. 2 male, with choke collar on TFchg acts machine available.' Part PIT lULL PUPPHSi S mat' 3
    ALCOHOLICS '"nalnoi and all type of Kight. Phone 9644861. 8/16 red/block and silver/block. Brooker load near Stor.... Now home with and accessories for all female.. $39 each. Phone
    ANONYMOUS! Phon. lawn mower* repaired Including 2tpd /23 TWO BEDROOM HOUSE
    1 female while with black PI.callcolloct.96t6727.R on fireplace 3 BR 2 bath vacuum yslem 404 NW 964-7MS aftr I 87*
    964-3148 p.m.
    or 964-6383.TFchg reborlng. Work bock markings. Answer to Reward, '/ 2tchg 8/23 N. Cherry St. Adult. No under $250/month for 10th Av*., Gainesville, 2tchg "16
    don. reasonably. H.nry TRACTOR WORK! Phon 5332252. ./.
    RIMODItINO, IUILDINO any Jude Ginger R... Reward. pet qualified buyer. Call Bob phone 176-7110. TFchg
    Browder. .
    964.5760.21 amount or .1. discing or
    1-834-6294 collect. 8/16 2tpd Harris, 9644333. 8/16 MT VOW COPT of the
    HOUSE
    REPAIRS Now kltch.ta.bolM. tfchg.IIICH'.II'MP..tctrol. ROOM atV..Th
    Phone 9644768. LADIES :
    mowing LOST IN FOR RENT Two 2tchg 1/23 DO DROP IN Bargain. HeueeiUS Bradford
    8/33 County Telegraph
    family rooms. Brick Itpd 816BABYSITTING ". IHS bedroom
    August one bath on end
    301 South We buy till'
    block, concr.... Fireplace IO W TRAIlERi All CENTENNIAL ISSUE. W*
    gold with canal little lake now .
    1980 Santa
    CLASS RING on
    MISSING Brown Chlhuehu, ell used furniture. Phone
    hove few /left In the
    specialists. GrIHIs Construe Service of....Th.March !I. In horn. reward. Fa. One paneling and insulation a eople
    my female, with whit around blue ....,no. $10 ocre.Washer/dryer 964-6740. to $ oHk. 135 W. Coll St. Don't
    lion. Phono 473-2108: or On To Rid Your Homo olNultanco Day or night. Phon. Kim Kimberly, hook-up. 1230 month, first New wiring and plumbing 2 end
    Phone Man..Ttto 4 Fri. You'llfad
    .her neck. Answer to name miss out on this Issuel 1
    473-2378. TPchgIBADPORD P..... 9644429. air conditioner
    116HOUSECLEANING
    Call Itpd collect. Itpd 8/16 and last, $100 security.
    964.5531.6/21 TFN of Prissy. Missing from 307 468-1209 Phone 372.6399 or 373-3938.: Reasonable. Phone Sat. 3/1 TFchgNEWSPAPER get 102 page of pure Brad
    SEPTIC TANK SERVICE S. Church, tine last Tuesday 8/16 3tchg 8/30 964.6258.1/16 TFchgBY County history for only
    SERVICEl Bradford residential SOWING If found please contact toil $1 1. TFpd
    MACHINISIPAIREDt Top to bottom single' or
    INDSavr l available.
    pump-out. $' 5. Commercial All makM cleaned muhl-story, excellent lob 964-6144. Small reward. Ads Get KINOSLEV LAKE House 'for OWNER Three bedroom. all either
    and Industrial. Fully oiled and odulod.| $10. $20 and up. Free estimate Phone after 3 p.m. or before rent. Phone 333-2818 one bath house Lit, DR, In various 1or 30"lengths wide. Good for HAY labia or Allsla.field con-
    for
    licensed. Phone 964-8121 Work guaranteed. James Phone 473-2728: onytlm.16 .. 8 a.m. Itpd 8/16 Resultsilliilllll 333-21906. 8/16 2tchg 8/23 city. $12.300. Phone children to color on. tobI.coy.r. tinuolly kOittt cutting.. From 75 cents orbarn
    TFchg Strickland corner Morgon '/ 2tpd '/23 964-3768. "Itpd 116HELP
    Rd. and Hwy.16. TFchg TRAILER on Grlffl loop. ."" .. '-" ,. ,. .. *, etc TELEGRAPH BRADFORD 135 per bale up according to
    COUNTY quality lorry LaFolletle.
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    ; Damage deposit required.No i W.eollStort..T'. Stork. 9644279. Itchg 8/16
    r ,; I : i pet. Phone 9648816. ("IL; ,Iif,_. "P.,.. ..r. jj'l,I.
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    ,,, ... ,.. ; .... Itpd 8/16 !'" .. .., ". ." TROLLING MOTORS Won at SWEET POTATO virtu for (
    : : :; :: .. .
    j \> Union County Hda : \I ,SQ"I ; BRICK HOME BR 1 I'A bath, WANTED for kitchen Plggly Wiggly Never used. sale, 610 Colley Rood r
    1.ifS'Z 1 I I DODGE DART Custom: 1973 Immediate still In $60 best ..
    : \ P ,9. occupancy appointment. and dining room. Nor package. or Stark. .. .5453. Hod 8/16
    ,." : :,:, ::; :) \ '" JSERVICE ",,J 4 door. 6 cylinder, AT PS. Phone 964-623O. man' Restaurant, Waldo. offer. Phone 9644116 after

    .,. .. ."'".. .. USE THE lAUNORAMAT at AC. PB. R/H. Extra nice. Itchg 8/16 8/9 2tpd 116CHRISTIAN 6 p.m. TFpd SEVERAL ITEMS Piano' fop
    LOST Miniature mal.Collie firm. Stork.
    $1,830
    ; recorder radio furniture.GARAGE .
    lost July 28, vicinity Brown'sStore WWHHOUSE; I r Hwy.loobytheHandy.Way.W. 9644373. Itchg 8/16 THREE BEDROOM HOUSE SEARS FRSE-STANDINO
    I : t.:TiA1I: hove a wash, dry fold NURSERY SALE. Saturday.Aug. '
    at Worthington ,, :." '. '.' ." service: .25 per lb. Attendant 1083 Nell Court. One bath TEACHER Must be Florida double oven and range.a.ocoda. 18, 9 to 8 pjn. Phone t
    Plea. call collect 378-6701. 1974 DODGE PICKUP 3/4 !
    on duty TFN CB. family room, quiet $183. Phone 964-8233. US 301 2.4 mile (
    Answer to nom. Shelby FOR BEDROOMtl both Promo ton V8. AT. $1.399. Phone neighborhood. Phone* certified. Phone 964-6387. 473-3903. 7/26"tcht "16 North of Highway Patrol.
    Itpd 8/9. Kawasaki. 90 cc ..on 1/2 ocr.on SR-121 SEPTIC TANK AND CREASE 783-3460. Itchg 8/16 964-6230. Itchg 1/16 TFchg Itpd 816DOUBLE I I
    A-l condition. Ralford. Coll 496-3316. TRAP cleonout New lines, HOMEMAKERS Cam $}56 BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just { ,
    $300 REWARD For Information 431.1340.8/16 8/16. reasonable. Jo. Forsylh 1979 CHEVY WINDOW VANi TWO BEDROOM apartment per hour teaching a opening. Hwy 21 North of SASH WINDOWS ; (

    leading to arrest and SEWING 61 JEEP WAGONEERiA/Ct: 431-1022. All business ap Now loaded all the seat. stove and refrigerator fascinating (Trl-Chem) Keystone HI*. Ceramic, 28M38. Good condition with '" !
    conviction of someone who Golden Touch preciated. 3/31 TFN AC power window. tilt Phone 9648429. Itpd 8/16 hobby croft. Hour plaques, doll, Indian screen Phone 964-6653. :
    stole 6 hives, 8 frames of of Singer' .* drive; power steer- .. .. "" k ,,',.. .,.. cruise control AM/FM. CB ed. Phone arrang Jewelry other Item. Phone Itpd 8/16 I
    bee In Union County. Any power brakes. Fair con i-- 'I 6.000 miles 8995. ADAMS UNFURNISHED TWO three 782.3354.81652tpd "73.7042.7/26 TFchg I
    tonhole or
    ,
    Information will be op. monogram, $730. Clinton chain- ;, SSIMOBILE I,, AUTO SALES, Keystone, BR house, close to town. 8/23 OARAOE SALEi 536 N. ; ; 'j !
    preciated. Call 431-1831 or heavy duty. Good con. ..!3"u70.Itchg./16 GRILL COOKS! All age, I
    and FOR SALE 120 H. 180
    first last.Phon LOT
    ches $130/month. x Walnut. Furniture, small
    etc.
    op
    $83. 496-3032. 8/9 .. ,.. . . workIng .
    496.2501 for experienced. Good .
    Gary Seay. $439.30. 964-7321. 8/9 2tchg H. On SR 330. Wall and electricity. pllance. household Item i
    8/16 2 tpd 8/33. $133.80 or $ 8/16. HOME 2 bedroom. 1978 FORD FAIRMONT 6 516ONE condition. AGE NO Priced to sell. Phone Friday and Saturday only. ;\ \ II
    month. Will 1 bath; Air conditioning and cylinder AC. $3,"'. BEDROOM furnished BARRIER Hawthorne Truck 961.3876.0/9 2tpd 8/16 Itchg 816SINGLE I
    j" eERONAL: \ water furnished. On on. ADAMS AUTO -SALES Plata Rest., Hawthorne. I
    .." '. ., 'L For machine free as home : }SEIV' 'ES;' : half acre of land. $125 mo..' Keystone 473-4470. Itchg apartment month first and, $103 last. Phone par 1-904-481-3326. No collect SEVERAL ITEMS Feeder BED SPRINGS. amimettress. i :

    J il""S' f"f : G'vllle. -.... . first and last month In ad- 8/16 964.7521.1/9 2tchg '/16 coll. Phone H. L. Dye. pigs: ,_"-.lie bed frame. Phone 964-9680. r
    j'--i'' 8/16. MADI vanc. No kid, no pet, no 8/16 TFchg almost now. Phone Itchg 816TRAMPOtlNEi,, .
    I'1 d''" '"'-"-> f
    il 496-2308. 8/9 1977 FORD PICKUPS Silver
    ,. ,, .. drunk Call REAL NICI APARTMENT 783-3906. Itchg 8/16
    -, 'n", REPOt. 1976 $: estimates. ADAMS AUTO ROUTE SALIS.K.y'on.Slark. .
    AT. $3.993.
    door .sedan distributors for com TFN. Furnished One bedroom area. New .round
    MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY Farmer* and .'. washable nationally 2 BR TRAILERiwIth front SALES Keystone, 473-4470. first floor with front porch. Lance, Inc.' Snack Food If LIMEROCKi Allen Taylor, list $399.99. sole (319.99.
    160 S. lake Ave., Lake 4962101. Itchg .. Gardsett porch and A/C: water; Itchg 8/16 No children no pet.Phone. are ambitious with a Lawtey. Phone 783-3183' 8M13 list $399." sale
    Butler. 496.3978. Complete .' ... saw Enterprises. sewer furnlihed. Shadedlot. 9648071. Itpd 8/16 you work record weekday after 6 p.m. or $249.99. Phone 1-778-3227
    I 1971 CHIVY MAUBU..AT.clean. good past a
    Insurance S.rvlc. TFN loma Stephens. Furnished or unfurnish ". anytime weekends TFchg Jax. TFchg
    or '
    bd: :"(l i Call $695. ADAMS AUTO high school grad anddo.lr.
    i 96-2219.3/1 TFN. ed. $100 per mo. : '
    "963907.9 TFN. SALES. Keystone, 4734470.Itchg tiroGOOD I on Interesting lob TWO ACRES lovely woodedarea SPECIAL PKICESi on nursery
    EVERYONE IS INSURANCE SAW SHOPS Com 8/16 with top benefits, security very quiet. Four mile stock: Azaleas gal con,
    Immediate coverage by FREEiTo good .'. sharpening service' $ BE. 1 1/2 IA MOBILE .PRICES PAID far used and on unlimited future, from Keystone, ten mile $1.90 each, 18", 24": Fruit
    phon. JOB USHER man Shepherd circular mower HOMIiOn one aero of land. 1978 MONTI CARLO Clean. mobile homes If mortgage I.I call 328-3993, 7 p.m. to 9 from Stark. Phone tires Boxwood. 10", 15"
    AGENCY496-2126 or Good guard .., chain saw leave at $130 mo., first and lat PS. AM. FM stereo radio 3/4 paid or more OlIN'S p.m. for personal Inter 473-7169. ItchO16 $1.50. 1'", 18- $2. See our
    ting dog. 1 1/3 month In advance. Call tilt wheel air, bench seat, f
    4962903.TFN Building Supply lake MOBILE HOME SALES view. Equal opportunity roses on Fla. roof stock ;
    of Lake Butler 7/3 TFN. 4962300.8/9 TFN. 28.000 mil.., AT. $4,700. 964.5606. Open 7 day employer llpd 8/16 YARDSALEi Dishes, clothes,, $5.50 and $6.99. Shod 8
    Elizabeth Mann. May be seen otter 5:30 p.m. weekly. TFchg furniture, etc. Phone tree, hedge plant,

    1 : -.- -.- --- .-..... .-. -- .-- --... .' at 1930 W.Madison St., Apt. BABYSITTER NEEDED Can 964-6363. 612 Collins Place camellia, pot plant. hangIng -
    -. ---- --- ---- -' C1. llpd 8/16 WANTED Mobile home axle be live-In. 1:30: a.m. to 10 Till sold Itchg 8/16 baskets, and many

    NEW HOME Deer Springs Rood. K. AP.. Rd. CASH Jewelry FOR diamond GOLD Sterling, coins, 199 FORD PICKUPt good OLIN'S. and tiro MOBILE*. Will pick HOME up. a.m.hours.Call Phone between 964-9994.those NSW TOPPSRi for mini. mar NURSERY.. O.C.SR CARNES 100 at

    Only $990 dawn and under. H.lgh"I dental gold. Will visit your body. LWB. $623. VW VAN. SALES. 964.5606. Open 7 truck short bed. Aluminum Florahom. 23 miles SE of
    S230/month for qualified buyer FOR SALStAIr horn anywhere. Mr. Rltt- good body and motor make day a week TFchg Itchg 8/16 topper. $130. Phone Stark. Phone 659-3169.
    3 BR, 2 bath fireplace, over NEW MOBILE conditioner man. 473-1069.3/1 tfnchg. offer Phone 9644469. Itpd 9644437. Itpd 8/16 TFchg
    PARTS 24000 BTU'i. excellent con IP YOU ARE NOT EARNING .
    1.350 square ft. Call Bob Harris, NEW HOMES FOR SALSi 2 '/16I TOP CASH PRICE PAID for t
    Whirlpool. GE, dition. $83, 473-3887 Itchg $' 10 Per week or mar .
    473-3133 or 964-3533. Also on. BR. I and one half Bath I d'>> ". coin, sterling, dental gold TRUMPET Excellent condo PENCINGi All kinds, hog
    bedroom home. 8/16 3tchg WHEELERS 8/16 CHondA. WW carpet I II ring, GF crop jewelry( call today) District lion. Phone 964-8339. Itchg wire, welded wire, barbwire
    .- I, I'i<;)' [iotI'j chain, frames, 'Manager position open for '/16 wood chain link; free
    "RiI"L" optical
    BAIT SITTER WANTEDiMusthave $28,000.00/ 3BR. 3 Bath, CH ,!!: .. ; ; ,.t. I
    473-2401. Ifn and A, Hoot WW "" .," .... ... .. watch bonds, .,c. Phone J. tho Auto Club of America. TIMBIRLANDt Flash torn I estimates. MANNING t
    lAK*,> .qyS." FOR. $s LlI FOR : transportation to pick tcarptt $37,000.00 pump/ 3BR 2 APARTMENTS fur- R. Bulllngton 9644230. Unlimited earnings potential land. Phone 1-303-269-490!!I FENCE CO.. 473-4833.: }
    PALMS .
    Key..tPniltlll, Hejgbtsn up"5 yeor'Cild nursery;; and automatic Increase TFchgALUMINUM 1
    : : i 461; ENTiL'akefroflt ( bath; under construction and Bit TFchg aftar 9 p.m. for description Keystone.
    efficiencies
    rushed
    Beautifully wooded lots on work 5.10 p.m. two times a each year. This I I. 8/16
    tractive 2 Itchg
    week 473-2089: Itchg 8/16 38.300.00 Swan Lake apt., weekly or monthly.
    dear sand bottom lake. homo, BUYING JUNK BATTERIES not Insurance. No overnight PLATSSi, Used
    FURNISHED STUDIOS
    Good term or discount for covered Estate, underground NEW and radiator Paying top travel. For mar Info 3 PIECE CORNER BEDROOM I newipaper plate 23
    concr.
    caih.1 to 3 acre with nice equity and FOR SALStFlorlda camper, phone and light paved monthly Stark only.. 2313 N. Tom price Will pick up. .Phone phone Bill Perry collect on SETS Two bed and corn., 5/....6' 29 cent each.
    tre ov.rlaoklnglak. from at 8,3 good condition lightweight streets by June 1980 Wooded pl., TFchg 7823762. TFchg Sunday between 1 p.m. tab I.. Ideal for den or .moll I BRADFORD COUNTY

    $3,300 $300 down.S50 tgage month no special brakes, .,c. required on. half acre lots, MIMOSA MANOR moblli' and 3 p.m. or anytime on child' room. Excellent con TELEGRAPH, 964-6309
    month. Commercial lots on per 8/16 sleeps 5 In four located 2 mile east of horn pork mobile home. WILL BUY JUNK CARS and weekday at AC dltlon. $100. Phon I TFchg
    Itpd
    Melrese on SR-26. Buy direct truck. Call Warren.
    SR-21 North available. beds, many .strosid.olto. and for rent. Phone' 9043767481. Itpd 8/16 9647461.) Itpd 816YELLOWSTONE
    FOR only $360.00 from builder Jesse M. spaces 964-7371. TFchg ROUND BALES OP HAV.I .
    473-4373. family
    Owner-Salesman. young 468.2912.3/23
    2/22 pletely 473-4062 Itpd 8/16 Keen. 479-3133 Itpd 8/16 TFchgKITCHENETTES. ROUTE CARRIER for the CAMPER II I Fresh cut. S19 eoch. 80
    tfnchg. Lak. TO House In Woods Brooder. $10 each
    ment. One Bl WANTED RENT Gainesville Sun In Northwest ft.. -contained, ven
    Free Estimate/ appreciate.. $ SALEilS' boat, new FOR RENTiCottoge: portly apartments, pool TV. AC country not too for from Bradford County good condition.Only$1.630., on. or all. Phone 783-3140.
    473-2720 Itchg town for$30 a month. Prefer Phone 964-6262 day 01 TFchg
    on traitor and 100 H.P. furnished 1 bedroom pay utilities Included. Totally Must be bondable and
    MOW LAWNS S ACRES Evlnrud., llec. start, own utilities. No children or furnished. Weekly monthly); electricity. I want but to be able notnecessary. hove dependable transpor 964-8417 eve*. Itpd 8/16 aRR--IS -III

    TRIM SHRUBBERYEDGE Ksystone ph. 479-2874 on peti $90.00 monthly rate.. TEMPLE MOTEL. 8* chicken ando tation. Now accepting application .
    to raise some 34 FT. SELF-CONTAINIE iI
    8/16 473-3439: 8 to 10:30 a.m. or N. Temple Ave, Stark. : PANELINGCENTER
    down $89.81 Emory Lan. 2tpd ,few hog. With and *. For more Info Concord Camper for sale. I I .
    SIDEWALKS pump
    Phone .. ... p.m. or all day Sunday. Phone 964-7337. 8/3' 3lp good outdoor tal .:,. Write phone 9648170. Itchg 8/16 ft. aluminum camper shell, I !
    after 6 / WOIK WANTEDiChrlstlan WHOLESALE AUC- 8/9
    LANDSCAPECall May Wilkes, P. O. Box 1204. Phon. 964-7371. 8/3 4tch(I
    lady desire daytime YIONiEvery Thursday 7:00: Galnesvlll. Flo. 32601. 8/9 BABYSITTER WANTED my 8/23 1 I
    ROOM FOR RENT Furnish! I Paneling Molding
    Hawthorne
    Us babysitting In her home p.m. 2313 SE 2tpd 816MOBILE home Hampton Villas.

    NICK'SLAWN MARY Deer Spring Area, phon. Road Gainesville. Truckloads bedroom In In large, kltch.nprlvll.g. 4 III, .". Hampton.; Phone 964-6624 | Kitchen Cabinets |
    home
    country
    of new merchandise,
    473-2730 Itchg 8/16 or 468-2694 after '.30 REGISTER Counter Tope
    tools, groceries, electronic, ... $100/month. In ''c" I ts.tOR.$ L i p.m., 4 day a week. Itchg 1
    eluding utilities, phonewasher Vanities
    SERVICE jj
    Louise automotive, GAS AND OIL
    FOR SALEiAttractlv 2BR pottery Phone 468-2313. .. -. 8/16 _
    782-3354 Evening modern home, with sleep household.. 4tpd Bill 82WHOLESALE Perry auctioneer. : TFchg HOME Compact SOl S. ThII p6* SI. I I FREE 1
    leas
    loft, for sale or on Refinishl\
    Keystone Gator Bone Lake, has great WAREHOUSE GARAGE,I W/D appliance, 2 awnIng Furniture ,"-UU I ESTIMATESIYAUCIIN |
    AUC- *, central heat and air, I
    room with cathedral ceiling IOO/month with olflca.
    !
    unfurnlthed.' Phone Patto/WalK Stones LP Bottles
    MIKE'S SMALL REPAIR and large.fireplace, partly TIONiMonday 7 p.m. Hwy .Phone 964-6112 or 964-3261. 961.8696.8/2ltpd 8/23 -JONNSOM
    *
    BARNS'BUILT furnished, sundeck 17 North at city limitsPoloika TFchg Parking Bumpers/ co.
    HOUSE REPAIRS. ROOF REPAIRS Filled I
    Homes
    Motor
    overlooking the lake, Public Auction Fri MOBILE HOMSSi Why pay
    PAINTING. ROOM ADDITIONS. SCREEN $43,000, owner-broker day and Sunday 7 p.m. ONI HOUSSKSRPINO more? Buy direct from fac Installation 140 S. Thompson St. 1
    1-473-2479. evenings, or everyone welcome 4tpd 8/2 ROOM AC: one sleeping tory. Large selection of 24. "",OItt1!Ie WarshesiIs ,

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    Over the put few months, we have Thanks for helping us help you. !
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    y been offering you a combined sports j
    section from our three separate 1)) I like the combined sports ,'
    I readership area*: Keystone Heights coverage,and would like for it to stay
    1 Bradford County, and Union Countywe -
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    I1 II' 'iLII11 Iu want to know how you feel about \
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    2)) I like the combined sports I
    Our primary reason for the change coverage, but would like for you to..
    'iill1 was to better handle advertisers who change it in the following manner:
    desired coverage: of all three com
    munltles. We felt sports (and 3) I do not like the combined sports
    obituaries) could be a common coverage and want you change
    ground for the second section with back to covering only one area In each
    Sy readers in the three areas interested paper.
    r r : d In sports from the other two communities -
    h u especially where competltlon 4)) I think you devote too much
    among the communities overlap space to sports, and would like to see
    ped, as In softball, high school sports, you cut down sports coverage and add
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    i: ", --V, -- ......e. --- -r-' .: ", ....... etc. Now we want to get your opinion extra coverage to the '. following

    Tucuday't meeting of the new Starke Gator Quarterback Club was good for Brantley standing second from left and Mark Midden, standing right, addressed high before school we head sports into activity.the busy period of areas: '

    I I some laughs as well at for Gator football Information as UK players John the first-year booster organization we have devised a small survey to Hard news Social.
    Club President Gus Kopelousos standing at left.
    determine the desires of you our Crime CorrespondenceSchool
    readers. The feedback from this Board City Council

    I & Midden Give Starke Club Gator ShakedownThe survey will help us determine the for- Wrecks County Commission
    i Brantley QB mat our sports coverage will take for Features {
    the future, so please let us hear from .
    Starke Gator Quarterback Club "We didn't have the really good 'Coach Pell has been saying that Brantley went on to run down the you. Remember, if we only get 10 .J 0 I : :
    welcomed its first guest speakers to tailback you need in the SEC last Scott (Brantley's younger brother, '78 schedule before the players replies we'll have to base our Judge- 1't: :
    Starke Tuesday night as Gators John year. Derald Williams incoming also a senior-to-be) and David Little answered questions In an informal ment on that small poll so let us hear \1\ ; y yY ,\ .
    Brantley and Mark Midden came freshman from Jax. Wolfson) could are the finest pair of linebackers in session with local club members. your opinion. ,, .
    before a couple dozen Gator watchers give us some added punch there but the country. I think Scott kinds is get- ..\ ,.'? \ s,
    at the Garden Restaurant-shooting you just can't.expect a freshman to ting the smell of pro football and I Take time today to circle the '' ,'
    straight from the hip the pair of UP come In to the Astrodome in front of think he's worked harder than responses listed below which roost ,/ s .' .
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    veterans spoke enthusiastically about 70,000 fans (UF's opener is at Houston anybody on the team to Improve agree with your opinion and write in "
    first year Head Coach Charlie Pell September 15)) and play, no matter himself this year. I think that's ................. .. .. any suggestions you might have /, : ',; ,'. yyet.
    and fired back tough answers to tough how publicized he is/ something to see a guy who's won as Club President Gus Kopelousos; i announced Then mail your suggestions to us at: -' ;Y'J' I >
    questions. "In my opinion Tim Groves and I may honors as he has to keep driving Richard Odom has the program P.O. Drawer A,Starke, 32091,or drop I ,
    They were asked about the changesPell have to play well at quarterback for himself as hard as he does. He's for the Club's next meeting,set the survey by the office of the'
    will bring from the Doug Dickey us to be a good football team this always been an honorable mention All for Tuesday, September 4. Odom said newspaper serving you: the
    regime about the new Gator attitude year." America (this year he's a first team Gainesville Sun Sports Editor Jack Telegraph, Times, or Monitor, I
    oid failures about certain Is this choice) but that Halrston will be the guest speaker.
    and "Defense our strong point Playboy All America ,_ ... ...w.qw .
    players and about the new weight year. With Dock Luckie, Robin honorable mention stuff doesn't sit -i Y ''n.
    room facilities and handed back Fisher, and David Galloway as the too well with Scott, he wants to be Members also okayed a charteredbus
    blunt, direct answers. front three we've got the nucleus as first-team. He's a first-round pick If trip to Auburn for the Gators'
    "Don't be bashful, you give me good as any around." he stays healthy." road game against the War Eagles.
    straight questions and I'll give you
    straight answers," said Brantley, I

    who has the inside track on the 1979 '/.' ':;.,', '...... .,:, ,.' ,"" .. I II
    quarterbacking Job. He didn't shy ': ,... ;
    away from giving his view on the oft I .:, .' -i!. i.'" ,) 1i' ) '' Wr:1 Ir'q i r I

    talked of QB race this year either, tr ';1"" I C '; I
    saying that chief challenger Tim 9t "" ."'ruf' 0' Ii I I
    the best athlete, .
    Groves "is probably .. ( I
    pound for pound, on our team" but j. .. ,' .
    leaving no doubt that he Intended to .., '' ,:, i
    be the signal-caller in his last season \:', .' ,." r'
    as a Gator. r .\ riwtYom' 4
    Both Brantley and Midden,who will ;,, ? q ,iW'M1M Nk I
    sit out this year as an Injured red- It I
    shirt before returning, probably as a
    starter, for his senior year at offen- '
    sive guard in 1980 started their
    presentations with staunch support of 41.f
    the new atmosphere surroundingGator t +i
    football."I :
    think it's great that Starke has
    formed a Gator booster club and I'll i
    tell you, ya'll are going to have iI I
    something to support this year," Mid- ii
    0 den said in opening. "In the three
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    years I've been here I've never seen
    such enthusiasm. We've got 30-40 '
    I guys In the weight room three or four Woodchoppers Tie forKRAMen's Lead I
    ) days a week and there's only 15 or 20
    fellas going to summer school. I'm
    close to the offensive line and I see An Oriole batter takes his cuts In Riebson and his leamates came out l
    guys like Bill Benneck.Joe Wickline, Keystone men's Softball .... ..Woodon top in this gam7-l (ant week.. to..tie..
    and Harold Galloway just getting t I chopper catcher IUcII.lUebion: .Inok. the-Orioles ftrat pine*! '-" -"
    ) huge) k tP1 on I
    "What's brought about all this is ::
    Coach Pell. He's instilled an en- I
    thusiasm we've never had before. The
    man has a conviction to succeed like 1
    e I've never seen and he's instilling it in 5. UGJ D0 J0'ilm pOD(
    us. When we start a practice he callsus
    up and tells us what he wants
    done... we stay on the turf until we get 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 964-5890
    it done."
    Midden went on to promise "I haveno < Starke's Own Bakerv
    doubts we'll be a winner".. "I just k
    wish I could play this year to be a partof
    all of it." 1r Plain CakeDonuts c
    Brantley was just as optimistic;
    "Big things are In store for us this Each
    year. I'm a senior and I've been look. JJ
    ing for this for a long time. We're a
    mystery team to a lot of people but

    dition with 18 of of Coach 22 starters Pell back and and his the staff ad-I Well They Call 'em the Dog Days Don't They?

    think we're ready now Everybody's :
    talking about giving Coach Pell! two or I'nlon ('punt.* '.Uurm-r football, players' nrriii to have preseason Mind sprints for Coach Jerry Whltehead.udoplril I STARK FIRESTONE
    three years to build a big winner but I IIln'IIe1 11 leum mascot an they hustle through '
    think we're ready to do it now." .
    Brantley gave a position-by- 964-6436 US 301 N Starke Fla. 964-6436
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    swaying from his synopsis often Green Machine We Also SellMULTIMILE
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    needed to improve and I think we was .711 entering the competition. ,
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