Bradford County telegraph
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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: September 20, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Bargain hunter at he flea market hunt bargains with a single-minded seriousness.

AT FLEA MARKET :f! ,fuesda.yin City Voting'!

Trash and Treasure Aboundby -Candidates for chief of police and He; said door-lobor campaigningwas door-to-door visits and has been seen#:i(

Group 4 commission seat will go Impossible because of the time around town pulling f wagon with... his"
through election jitters one more time factor, but he was visiting churches posters adorning ,
for the run-ofta scheduled Tuesday, shopping centers and any other Ep said this election: was "very
An addiction or not, some folks For Sally who has a degree In Sept 23.Jimmy. gathering place for people. clean' because he ran. adding ft
Ines Davis have been toting their goods from 40 fashion merchandising, the market Bowen, Incumbent police Bowen has been police chief for six might have been different had be not
ncr Staff barren or SO miles away for more than three Isn't a moneymaking business yet. chief will vie again with Jimmy years and was In a runoff election run.
The tables and stalls are years and what was once a one But, she says confidently, it will be Epps first-time candidate and
now and the clean-up crew work on weekend stand has turned into a making money because it's growing.She former police officer to see who will
removing remnants of the weekend'sactivities relatively permanent business. said It used to be two or three wear. the hat of police chief.. '" r '.''J'' S
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and prepare for the coming Money-making for some is Just a sellers for the whole market-now, Incumbent commissioner' Vernon .... .(..1._
of merchants and buyers. :
barrage sideline to the fun of the flea market. people have to make reservations a '
Sllcox led the first with 684
About 10 miles south of town a cornucopia primary )
week In advance.
"Oh I don't make much money but I or two votes. Newcomer George .
awaits browser-where the bargain hunter there sure do enjoy It," Mary Hill said In- The growth however Is not appreciated a black. building contractor, receive
and leisurely
all. One flea-market
for between discussing a certain piece of by 513 votes last Tuesday to gain the run
truly is Waldo something Flea Market everyone.The In businessfor .- -. .. ._.. .- ... --. off.spot against Silcox. Some local

five years, opens every weekendand election the 44 acres Is usually Jammed good turnout Tuesday will favor
packed. Over 100 merchants bring Silcox and a poor turnout would improve -

their wares in hopes of selling to the l'frd'A 4V4 the chances of Holiday who is
some 30,000 customers: who peruse 1 1L expected to get a strong black vote.

their way through the weekend's Bowen came in with 659 votes to .
carnival-like atmosphere. b r Epps' 489 votes. Bowen needed 787 for

With six buildings. 60 spaces, IS a victory or SO percent plus! one.
permanent spaces and more than 54 Chief Bowen feels a good turnout will
outside tables Waldo is the largest help his candidacy but that a poor turnout -
two-day market in Florida. Only the will be more to the advantage of )
Monday market in Webster Is larger his challenger Epps.
t Of the 2,413 registered voters 1,472
according to Sally Killian, managerand I
owner of the market. or 60 percent, turned out for the city .
The flea market,Sally explained, is election. Poll workers said it was the .. ,
an ideal place for people to unload r LW heaviest turn out they'd seen in years
stuff from house-cleaning fit or moving but City Clerk Merrill Edwards said itPolice "1t!
but for it's "like an addic-
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Looks like this customer Is saying, >Umm..whlch one should I buy?" T r .:

Call it an addiction for some-for .. '
others it's a total way of life. glass with a customer. Mary Hill market years said he thinks Vernon Sllcox discussing election results with a citizen.Slices will be(to a runoff
. Like Elmer and Marie Blackburn. loves the flea market not for the has become too commerciaL k against George Holiday Jr. for Group commission seat ,1.:
They have their converted school bus money she might make but for the I
backed up to one of the permanent people she meets. 'Ii
"Used to be could bargain and
stalls and have set up housekeeping."We you i which when he his bid .
1973 was won
told me I should go out have a good time at it. Now the pricesstay #
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don't here all the time,
stay for chief. The last time Bowen was
do something--you know the same-everybody is in com r ..
Marie "We have mobile and .
explained. a to mind off myproblems petition. I still come out but I don't defeated was in 1971 when Kenneth '
something keep my 1. : r
home that travel around In..we'vebeen
we Fuquay won. That was Bowen's first
explained.The buy as much as I usedtor" said one '
Mary -
about six months
here now. attempt for the police of chief. lie said
built five from Gainesville Bob.
market was years ago man ,
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For the Blackburns, the becausehe he's confident hell win this time
market bug bit them "by accident." by Sally's father AI Killlan. around.
They just started out getting rid of was a flea-market aficionado The market Is a buyer's paradise. J IDI iGR .
some junk about 2'/i years ago and himself. Now Sally operates the Everything from false teeth for$3 to a Epps who has been campaigning fpPa S "\
now it 8 a full-time hobby that bringsin market and the Killians travel aroundin hundred-year-old wagon for $700 /l f 5.5""The People's.Choice" said he Is a "' or P&LCE
their motor home picking up antique awaits the potential customer Faded / )
a little money on the side.Thurtdoy poor people's candidate and has run 1" ,
furniture here and there. jeans, antique sewing .. :: oN
m.chines. out of campaign funds for this second .
tools. homemade sausage and lots of 12fl.I/... go-round. Epps has stepped up his r;;; ,>, --- .hiIIIII...
Sally handles all the advertising fresh produce dazzle and tantalize the ... ."W. .< ;:. .
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ministratltlve end of the market and The old adage "One man's junk Is :,: j "_""j .: : .. .
also does some furniture dealing another man's treasure," is ,, 'IfVt /'Fl1 '
herself. They advertise as far as St. manifested many tiroes over at the I r {!J ; \',
; \ Augustine, Ocala. Jacksonville Lake long rows of tables laden with the : ,0 tn 4 --

I City and Gainesville. bard-to- nd. the used or new items .y. '". Jimmy Cpps campaigned hard for
(see page 12)) \ i, chief of police...but we won't know If

---", _"'rte- ,t",4, ..'J' It paid off until Sept. 25.
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\ Bowen promised to end high speed chases,
Chief Jimmy
revamp the administrative policies
and design a lawful system to dispose .
only looked that way because the election of contraband. He said he will do this
was held In the new city hall and \11j;,:, at no extra expense to the taxpayer. I.
the set-up was different. ',.'' "r '. ,1'> Epps now works with the city as an
The run-off election turn out will not (" assistant purchasing agent, and has

.Sst.mb.r20 be as populous according to an ex 'I sA: ; J'i 't :been campaigning In. his off-duty
City' of Starko. usually ed election watcher. He said .: boon:
City' Holt eet people lose interest but this .' : 'I.! 41.,'. A commissioner since 1971! Vernon
7iOOP.M.Board time with the police chief race on. the !!!....L. ,. Silcox has had a low-key campaign

of Adwtmontt| 7 vote may be larger than even. be ex- f" using his past performance u his II',.f,
7,30 P.M. pects. ticket for victory. "
Planning A Zoning' "The candidates that make the :, '.'( ,'' "(.0 00.': An life Insurance salesman for independent

Comm'.1oftatvdov.SoDt.22 most"contacts are going to win this .-. 1+b rFN..\tY;. ; it.-I SUrkite. He Life said he SUcox feels Is his a job native has ,
race, the source said.
i *k1 y. ; JP' And contacts they are making witha George Holiday Jr. looks quite happy given him an added sensitivity to thepeople's
renewed vigor. after the election results last Tuesday need since be deals with

Frlod Chick...Dlnnort' Bowen said he was hitting key spots put In him In a run-off with Ver them everyday.
.32.50.s Mr rrwwiwP' r rna their non SUcox. (see page 111
I Bradford Squa,. and asking people for support.
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Still without a mayor, Hamptonswore To have mayor the council: would County Telegraph did not specify ,
\. ... C.r,w.... In Jane Hall new council have to call a special election: which what the requirements were or what .
..': 1.....t p.", ; member who defeat i Wilton Hart In they don't want to do because of the was expected of the bidders. He said '.
.'s.o'........ 'Vy Oroon As ro. last Tuesday's election in a regular expense Involved. CouncilwomanLots he understood the ad to say garbagewas
, ".. ," ..H pub. at tic.t Tuesday. night Sept. 18, council Williamson motioned that Ted to be picked up two days a week,
k f; Community. Bonk Lot ? n, 'teC meeUnJ. Curtis be nominated acting mayor, with one-day-a-week trash pick up.
;'. .'. ," The Sept. 11 election seated two Incumbents and the motion was seconded: by
'- Minutes from the Aug. 14 meeting
) : Lola Williamson top vota' Councilwoman Jane Hall. The motion
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read that pick service was to be
with up
getter 74 votes. Chuck Rowland was unanimously approved. The
Lr.rdw.Sn tJL week but did .
: that Mcbaniets twice a not specify: If the
; received 70.and newcomer Jane Hall WUma be vice-
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OF STARKI current once-a-week trash and .
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who ousted Hart with her 97 votes to chairperson wu also unanimously
,ILICTION DAYS his W, ppreoe at the first meeting after a-week garbage pick up service wasfuCounetman

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.WIM.I.'O r4 r Rowland suggested the
Five bids were received: for
TO KXf RCISI Index gar ad be
placed again more specific
oe bage service, with the low bidder bo-
YOU RIGHT TO ... tag OUI. Williamson for, *KQ requirements. The council
I. :' \/0'1. TWO SECTIONSSaCTIONAt month. Other bidden were Carl Bird.per unanimously. agreed to run the ad

v .. Courtesy ofJACKSON'S .$3SOa month for week again.
Society., .... ... .. .. Pages 1A4A Bradford once Service a pick up.
BUILDING Editorial.( ... ". .. ....,.. Pa.-4A twice Garbage pick A.C.Dennicon, $370 for A motion by Rowland to accept the .. I
.News......',. OMMAJASM2A $300 for weekly twice weekly ups. pick and, new Hampton Volunteer Fire Depart.mont ,
Slmy' Of' Stark.Kwy Legal. ft. Real i s.t...... Page/IAsaCr10N Fnd Phillips, $330 for twice ups weekly officers. wen unanimously approved. :

y ,r + pkknpa, including a garbage pick up ', it i
Sot 8,8646073Koytion G.dtliwL }, G '.,. ... w'abe.e Bi CIII New officers..Curtis Broom trw...
Hotgnia Sport....,. .. p.pr1-4tMa .ta lUcdaS "Catkins with chief; Leroy Patterson assistant ,
HwrOOAAd2t.A".M roller skates may bet be the most'faalonaMe. but for late little flea, c..fl4Icta."u.,**,...,.,*,f9 7. .Garbage Service aid Uw 'chief; ; < ,*'
.:473-4973; ) ". ,.',' t, taaarkel go**, they look n. like they're (coder *n g.M. 'Obtlnaris.lyayn..d, P/ye 43ASa ,, 'lDeat fat bids i placed: b11he advertise Bradford RoyyHattrranaetarygaixlRoger1Jl < ;. + v'

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Page U TELEGRAPH September..it7

Get Ready for Money Problems ': u t.; :U :I"J' "' "NiFli ntmission

When Taxes Come In Installments Utilities Bills Due for Increase

Higher gas bills may be In order for Starke residents after Oct. 1 If the utilities
Get ready for empty coffers nextyear definitely payment of property taxes In a low lying area and there .Is no eluding rezoning of some property committee at Tuesday night's city commission meeting decides to pass on the
when taxpayer can begin paying which exceed three percent of gross place to drain water off bis I property. three miles southwest of Keystone price Increase to utilities customers.
taxes in four Installments. Tax family Income. A taxpayer under 69 Last month Shadd said he was forcedto Heights on SR-100 by Eloise Rivera to Florida Gas raised its price for natural gas from 15.87 cents a therm to 22.039
Collector J.R.Kelly warned the County will be able to defer payment of taxes remove a dam he had built on a operate a Western Auto Store; rezon cents (a therm is equivalent to a gallon in heating capacity). City Clerk Merrill
Commission at Ita meeting Mon which exceed five percent of gross roadside ditch. lie said m Rayonier lng for an upholstery shop oa SR-1ao Edwards said the price increase will have to be passed on to the consumer and
day, Sept. 10. family Income. Such unpaid taxes timber company was blocking: ditches seven miles northwest of Starke by asked that the utilities committee determine what Increases should be made to
A new state law require that the would become a lien against the pro with cutting timber and should be John Henry, and rezoning of two who, and how much the increases should be. Edwards said commercial consumers .
county accept Installment tax perty.Under. forced to remove the debris acres Just outside the Starke city will get the biggest Increase.
payments. Kelly said the new law requires that law taxes owed would 5 Chairman Maxie Carter told limits where Wade Behr plans a "The city cannot absorb the Increase..the city, after aU, Is the people and the
that tax receipts be placed In build up until at some point,probably Shadd he had contacted Rayonler and multi-family dwelling. people have to pay," Edwards said.
an escrow account by his office and when the property owner dies, the the company has plans to change the Promised to carry forward Into Commerlol users who use approximately 1,500 to 3 000 therms per month pay
that only the Interest on the accountbe property will have to be sold by the ditch in question on its property next year's budget$3 OO for a radio for 21 cents now,with the highest rate going to residential customers at:37 cents per
paid until all taxes are collected. county to collect the taxes. If a family Commissioner Dave Shuford of the the tanker truck for the Lawtey therm.
Effective In I960 the new law says Inherited valuable property on the Lawtey district told Shadd the problem Volunteer Fire Department.
taxes may be paid In four Installments death of the property owner,the family persists because there Is no Okayed a purchase of an$825 radio
: In June Sept. and Dec.of would have to come up with the place to drain to. Shuford also noted a for the Brooker Volunteer Fire City to Borrow I8S.OOO
1980 and March 1981. back taxes owed to keep from losing drainage program, which would have Department which needs multi
Taxes have traditionally been paid the property, Kelly said. been financed by one mill In property channel communication to talk with A$85.000 loan from the Florida State Bank at SUrke was unanimously approved -
to the county commission and school taxes, was turned down by county nearby towns, such as Worthington at Tuesday night's commission meeting,and the money will be used to pay off
board in November by the tax collector's The Bradford tax collector said the voters. Springs and High Springs. The debts, finish paving the area behind city hall and rennovate the old city hall.
office. Under the installment State Association of Tax Collectors is money is in the Brooker FD allocation. City Clerk Merrill Edwards told the commission the$85,000 was a continuationof
payment plan, no tax revenue will be fighting the two laws before the Upheld the Zoning Board's denialto a$300.000 loan from Florida Bank to build the new city hall. Only 190.000 was
remitted by the collector's office until Governor's Tax Reform Commission rezone property of Will Harris on Was told by Commissioner used Initially for the construction. However $40,000 was borrowed from the
the following March, five months and hopes to get the laws changed. SR-100 south of Starke to set up a Shuford that he has had no complaints utilities fund to pay off the builder, Music Worth Construction Co. That money
later, except for interest. Kelly calls the two laws some of the farm equipment sale repair and sale recently on the angle the boat ramp at will be repaid from the current loan.
worst legislation he has ever seen. business. Harris' request was termed Hampton Lake is Installed. The commission The loan will be amortized over a 20-year period at seven percent interest with
"You telex got a problem. I'm tell spot zoning by Commissioner E.W. plans to build a permanent $659 monthly payments.The .
ing you," Kelly tot !jhe commission. In other action, the commission: Hodges. The commission noted it ramp as soon as it Is clear whether old city hall will be rennovated and transported to another site for$10,000,
makes a practice of upholding zoning sportsmen like the angle the ramp Is paving behind the city hall will be done for$25,000( and the remainder will be paid
Another new state law allows persons Told William A. Shadd. Eunice board decisions except In rare cases installed. Shuford said he assumed back to the utilities fund.
over 65 years of age to defer In- Road at Lawtey resident that he lives Confirmed several toning change te'd have heard more complaints if
approvals of the Zoning Board, in- the ramp was still at the wrong slant. RJE Gym Floor To Be Resurfaced

Linda Day,HUD grants coordinator asked that Longchamp Homes Inc.bid to
Three Escapees NabbedThree refinish the gymnasium floor at RJE for $4,250 be approved. Commissioners
unanimously approved Ms. Day's request.
-elect Commissioner Wilbur Waters explained the money being used is left oVer from
z Florida State Prison Inmates were doing yard work outside the the Initial $300,000 HUD grant and that all monies. had to be used within the target
who escaped last week from prison wall when they fled around area (Reno).
1\e"P minimum security were captured 4:30 Thursday. Bradford County Ms. Day said Longchamp submitted the only bid.
Saturday, less than 40 hours after deputies said they thought they had
they fled.James. the three cornered late Thursday Flooding and Sewage Backup Still a Problem
E. Cuthbert, 22, Larry D. night in swampy area near the prison
Dobbs, 26, and Robert G. Harris, 24 but rain caused the dogs to lose the Flooding and backed up sewer lines will remain a problem for a few more
were captured around 7:30: a.m. after scent. It was believed the dogs had years according to City Clerk Merrill Edwards. Elise Patterson came before the
a SUrke resident reported to city picked up the scent again Friday In commission Tuesday night to ask If anything could be done about the flooding
VernonSILCOX police his car had been stolen. Baker County and law enforcement and overloaded sewer lines after the heavy rains last week.
Police Office Estan Maher spotted officials were concentrating on that Mrs. Patterson said the bathroom in their home on South Orange Street had
the vehicle and he and another officer area, according to deputies. flooded and the ditch in front had several inches of water in it. She also said
gave chase, according to the officers. Cuthbert was serving 26 months for water was spurting from the manholes on Orange Street.
< ., The car was pulled over 2H miles for forgery and aggravated assault Edwards told her the problem occurs everytime there is a heavy rain becausethe
south of the city limits and the three from Pasco County; Dobbs was nerving sewer lines are not large enough and there is also leakage in the lines A$3.5
City Commissioner Inmates were taken into custody. 30 months for resisting and batter million dollar project Is. underway to Improve the Stance sewage system
The minimum-security inmates ing an officer from Polk County; and however, Edwards said it wouldn't be finished for another two or three years.
Harris, from Pinellas County, was "I know that's not a very good answer, but that's really all I can tell you," Edwards .
Group 4 serving two five-year terms for the said. .
THE BRADFORD sale and possession of cocain and The utilities committee will study the problem to see if anything can be done to
COUNTY TELEGRAPH LSD. alleviate the flooding.
Published every Thursday ii i i i
8 Years ExperienceHe at 138 W.Call Street I Request to Hire CETA Employee Denied

SUrke. Florida J2W1
Mayor-Commissioner Joseph Warren asked that CETA police officer Sam
Considers It An Honor And A PrivilegeTo Second Close postage paid at NOW. > Loiacano be hired as a full-time policeman after his contract expires Sept. 30.
1 the Off Ic Shop
S&arkeFIoricIa The commission declined taking any action until the budget comes out Thurs
110 W. Oil)tt. .
day. Sept. 20.Attorney
Serve You Subscription Rates Cempl.l.S.l.cll.aH.gm.rk' Jess Wolbert recommended the commission wait until the contract
Cwrrfi and GiftAlso negotiations for the department are finalized along with the budget.
la trade areal $....per year s.I.ctlee.1. police city
a "We don't know if the police is to be smaller until
n... six months department going bigger or
. Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated modcrct prlc e4 gift we have an idea of what kind of money we're getting. We can't hire an officer at
Outside trade area: $l..M per yesr all occasion M4S7MI $11,000 and then when the time comes to pay him. we won't have the money"
Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid For By Vernon Silcox $5.50 six months Wolbert said.Warren'l .
motion that Loiacano be hired was tossed out for lack of a second.

I Homing Rehabilbt :Ion Specialist! iredt
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. .- t Atbousing rehabilitation speclalistLas hired 'b the commission with a
unanimous vote Tuesday night.
Jerry Wadsworth of Hampton began working Wednesday. Sept. 19.
J : >eamMaker Wadsworth will write up specifications initial code violations prepare cost
}, t estimates and also enforce city codes pertaining to housing.Wadsworth's .
.4 position was created through the $300,000 HUD grant, which
stipulated a housing rehabilitation. specialist be hired to oversee the renovation
of homes In the target area.


c Psychiatric Exam Ordered for InmateA

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Florida State Prison Inmate who FSP Superintendent Dave Brierton
**j was not transported from the prisonto said it was possible the orders were i
; a mental institution because of an sent to UCI first and then lost because t
** : __ **- -x administrative mixup was ordered Green had been incarcerated there. '(
=> another psychiatric examination
Monday by Circuit Judge John J.
Crews In Gainesville. t1
Dennis Green. :37, will be evaluatedto
t..> determine if he is competent to y
stand trial. The order arose from an 5 1 j
initial examination after Green was 1.i
charged with attempted escape and Sr4. .i
aggravated battery in separate Incidents ,
at Union Correctional Institu
tion. Green was then transferred Jan. 1z J
12, 1m. He Is serving 15 years for rob 0))
bery. ; :'

Prison officials said they never 'l ,
received the Oct. 24, 1978 commitment -
eAS order. Judge Crews did not Many Anioricinm are now
SEEN ON THE directly fault the prison system. He uduptinK the elegant European ,
"TODAY SHOW" a did question the use of the regular cuitoni or carving bottled -
AND THE"TONIGHT .A mail system to notify the prison. Hesuggested mineral water with me-al ..,
SHOW" IN"WOMAN'S orders of such a nature be and cocklaiU, Kvrrurelle,
DAY" t certified and received by the person Italy's larll..t.lIinlIIcqUG .
MAOA2INE. served mincralc/ will noon be introduced .
Assistant State Attorney Harris b f'I'e. It. lighter level or "1
Tobin suggested using sheriff's carbonation in considered perfect 1 "
deputies to deliver orders In the with wine and liquor J
future and Crews agreed. Crews also 4I .
stipulated the orders be delivered to ; i
: 'tl1 MkJ superintendent.the superintendent or the assistant

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September H, 117. TELBORAPH .*.." f I,

;. ;. : Athletics vs. Academics Debated by: School Board A'i

Charges that t arrangkng" a schedule a back seat at BH8. Duncan she has the "utmost respect Duncan said he feels teacher tBHS "U you don't want sixth period PE, ...... off at ffcr
for athletes to havjp>y ieal educa- Duncan admitted sixth period PE for you as an administrator." are getting the job I den*. } ,OU'N uMldag it perfectly plain," _. IS decIWon eo ;1, ;'
tlon sixth period adversely affects, the for athletes does limit scheduling, but Some precedent exists for the sixth Gaskins said If a math teacher.is paid I' aid addingtt to the respon} = at ttw 177
academic I program at Bradford High said so do a lot of other things such asa period PE for athletes. Id for a sixth period planning period, he Dung high school principal to positions cut out. '
were leveled Monday night ft. band period, annual staff and a lot pointing the band which hasspecial should be in his room planning, not into plan the high school program. That would have brought tile total ;
at Principal Jim DumaTn bylchool of other academic courses which can periods for each Instrument to field house coaching. down to $32,700 and the $3/700 saved
board members Arthur Gaskins and be offered only one period per day. be taught, and annual staff class "When you get right down to the nJt.ty Both former bead coach and was to be used to pay typing equipment
Vernon Parmenter. One course offerings force students to which Is carried on during the school gritty, the real purpose of the program athletic director Lennard Registerand \ repair in both BHS wnd BM5. N
Crux of the argument seemed to be make choices, the principal pointed is to benefit the athletes," said the present holder of those positions objected r
that Providing sixth period for out.The day.Sports bring in no state school chairman Vernon Parmenter. David flume termed sixth ':
athletes, comPared to regular PE board got into the athletics- funds, but the dollars for the supplements period PE the lifeblood of the BUS off. on supplements because some people
students, overloads other classes versus-academics during a discussion: paid coaches comes from Duncan responded the purpose of season program, which Hurse said Is got a raise and some didn't. Duncan d ;}I
sixth period and causes teachers to of salary supplements paid to coaches the general fund of the high school, the athletic program Is to devt.op: the envy of every high school around said he was rewarding experiencewith
have an Increased work load and other personnel for after school Gaskins said good athletes and winning teams, here. more money ana giving new
However, two PE classes of 38 to 42 work coaching or sponsoring a student "You could give him six periods," which he said the community apparently "Without sixth period PE we would coaches less money.Supplements .
students each are taught each period activity. Gasklns said, referring to free wants. He said the class is will also be a topic at i. '
at the athletic complex, fewer than Gaskins pointed out that Athletic periods for the athletic director. used mainly for an off-season training do not be able"said to compete Hurse,adding on the that level BHS we the Monday work session of the school ,
the 119 athletes currently Involved' in Director David Hurse has two planning "Some schools do," said Supt.Casey. program for athletes. Duncan said all currently now. is smaller than other board
football periods. 119 athletes currently assigned to any
"To a degree aren't you putting *'f lee this as double pay," said "I realize thatlarge schools..." sixth period PE are varsity or junior school it plays. Other schools have an r
athletics ahead of regular subjects Gaskins, pointing out the athletic Gasklns replied. varsity football players. Having PE off-season program of conditioning, 1FMNI
(academics)? questioned GaskJns. director Is paid a salary to teach dur "Some small schools..." Casey sixth period enables them to begin Nurse said, if OIlS Is denied an equal
Mr. Gaskins. I wouldn't want to ing the regular school day and a sup stressed practice earlier and get home earlier opportunity there is no way the school tins the shelves of a t
admit that," said Principal Jim Dun plement for after school hours workas "I think we're going to have to take than otherwise. can compete, he added. medicine cabinet with.'
can, pointing out that BUS students a football coach. a look at the whole thing," Gaskins "Isn't the purpose of advanced Register also asked the board not to strips of blotting paper.
are improving their scores on The athletic director's job dictatedthe said, adding that other classes in the (sixth period) PE to benefit those tie the principal's hands In dealing This will absorb spills
statewide math and English testa. extra time, said Duncan afternoon are large due to the lack of athletes," pressed Chairman with coaching assignments and sup and prevent bottle from ,
Duncan denied academics are taking Board memher Pat Spengler told a regular sixth period PE period. Parmenter? plements. sliding off the |h.,lvet.

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I Caging of Animals Protested at Zoo Thanks For Your Vote \\1

Life In a cage may be easy, but "How else would people get to see special treats and treat them very
some 30 from the Humane
protesters these animals?" he asked. much like we would our own house
'be Society abolished.think zoos with cages should He said in-the 24 years he's been pets," Ms. Taylor explained. I Need Your 25 ,
Support Again Sept. .
there, he has animal
A Saturday afternoon protest at the never seen an Eunice said the animals are fed
Florida Reptile Land 10 miles north mistreated. And they haven't replaced fresh meat scraps, the monkeys get a 1 1ReElect"
:of Starke on U.S.301,was the first in a an animal in 15 years, Eunice said. special feed developed by Wayne ,
series of protests against conditionsat We have a caretaker here all the Feed and they do get fresh fruit and
the roadside zoos. time and veternarian when we need vegetables."I .
Placards carried by the one...1 just don't see anything wrong wouldn't feed "
any of these 'i
with this Eunice said.
''demonstrators read "Not guilty but Eunice's zoo animals anything I wouldn't eat. The '
secretary, Marcy Taylor,
'sentenced to life." lion fresh
gets chicken and meat...if I
said if Ms. Shelar the
"This Is an exemplary model of a protesting can't eat It, he won't" he said.
mistreatment of animals,she'd be out
because the tcJ
wayside zoo cells are .JIMMY
clean and they meet the state and there with her. State officials inspect the zoo about
:federal regulations," said Dawn "But we don't mistreat our animals once a month and federal officials inspect ;
:Shelar, cruelty investigator for the here. We've all become very attachedto the cages and animals about
'Alachua County Humane Society several of them and give them three times a year Eunice said. BOWEN
"But I think it would be comparableto _
putting person in a pig pen," she 11M -
(added, pointing out that a 10-foot long
,lion that can run 30 mph and jump 30 To The Voters
feet Is legally allowed to live in a Your Full Time
15-by-lO-by-8-footcage. "These sterile r
'structures will serve as their prisons'for .Of Starke

Ms.life."Shelar believes state and Chief Of Police
federal regulations should be tougher. P
"Activities fundamental to certain 0y0u
'animals, such as swimming, running,
flying, burrowing, gnawing and clawcondition"
were considered when HE KEEPS HIS PROMISESOpen
minimal requirements for housing F
animals were set by the Florida e
Game and Fresh Water Commission,

according the jaguar to the regulations.But caged in the. small For Your Vote Of Confidence. I Pledge Letter To Citizens Of Starle

cage leap. A cannot sign on swim the, tiny climb cage trees read or, 100% Cooperation With The Other Council Thanks a million for your vote and support on September 11. Please return to

"They live along waterways..expertclimbers Members the polls on September 25 and VOTE for me, JIMMY BOWEN. It Is every citizen's
and Nor do
alligators get to leapers.swim in their tiny the lit. duty to vote as that Is one of the few privileges we have left. Please return to the

tle pool with enough water for barelyone polls,on September. 25, and VOTE FOR. JIMMY !2. 2-; .___.__ ..... _.
alligator, much less foul: They lie i .t.- \1"\\ Yourf .al1 "' '''''_'''1'' ... IV i < i 4 rt a-ff 0 ifj<* w (r Mf1*
motionless with their heads resting on 1
each other for lack of space. ,,'1. I'ill!!" r I "()' oar tlfld' It"1 4nir' ," r Good police protection and law enforcement In your city d.p.Wcfi/JVpo/ rr1y\>u .
Manager and operator of the com Charles SchaeferPd
binatlon gift shop and zoo, Eugene voting for the MAN WHO CAN CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU THE POLICE SECURITY
Pd Pot: Adv
Eunice said he sees nothing wrong YOU NEED. JIMMY BOWEN IS THE POLICE CHIEF FOR YOU.
with caging animals By Cherlx' Schatior'

_1Iii_ ilit became Chief of able reduce crime in
After I your Police we were to our city by

thirty to forty percent.. We patrol the streets, your homes and your businesses.You .

are our concern and I promise continue this protection.

Realizing the Importance of caring for our senior citizens and especially for

[ : those who live alone, when I became your Police Chief, I requested they call the

(D. police station periodically advising If they are all right. We keep a list of the ones f

who call and If we do not hear from them when we think we should, we call or go

to their homes. We want all of you to know we are as close to you as your

,f'. i iI"
When I became your Chief of Police I implemented National Child Safety In the

schools. I talked with the young people on the danger of drugs and alcohol. Also,

we caution our young people on household poisons.

Because of our close control on traffic within our city we have received a safe.

.. .: ty award from the State of Florida which is the first time this award had been

WithFarmer's : given to the City of Starke since 1965.

I have attended many seminars on Criminal Justice. At the present, I am serve

ing on the Santa Fe Community College Advisory Board for police officers In the
& Dealer'sBank
.. Eighth District.

Since I have been your Chief of Police, I have not limited my work week to forty

hours but to an unlimited work week. Because crime seems more prevalent at

'. ., night I always work a night shift..
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> ; As your Chief of Police, I have served you Impartially. honestly, sincerely, efficiently
r rlW r : and to the best of my ability. I pledge to you I will continue to give you the
Lake Florida
best police protection and assistance humanly possible.

MEMBER F.ote. "

Your vote and'active support for me, Jimmy Bowen, will be greatly appreciated.Thanks e

I Is a little word but means so much. "

Earn The Highest Interest Rates Allowed By Law .

,: '\ Sincerely, V

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Six Months Money Market Certificates 10.315/4- .. Jimmy Bowen

', .(10OOO.OOMInimum( ) Week beginning, 9-20-79 Vote For Jimmy Bowen Chief Of PoliceA

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year or leer! and 6 month pni'"y tor.rtiltoMM ever t yr on IM Mmwtt KtfMraw
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Some Things About Gas Situation Don't JiveEvery

time a race car of one type or the schools In their neighborhood. Some other

other zooms around the track on the TV solution should be found, like improving the
schools and instructional staffs in the black
screen the gas situation makes less and less .
sense. Every time the TV shows school buses and other minority communities. The country ; KI"anl-- a-er
town carrying small has had enough of the education numbers Jack Crockett. Cat speaker's podium) honor Bud Mhell and Frank Spain at the Night Banquet
heading across in places like Cleveland where the city member (from left to right Leo Ward Hart Strlngfeliow, last Thursday
youngsters to schools far away from their game
neighborhood the senselessness of this court is divided by a river and one group liveson I

ordered practice strikes us anew. one side.Besides side.of the river and the other on the opposite Starke Kiwanis Presented CharterThe

Think about how much these two
gas just think of the gas these school buses Kiwanis Club of Starke was officially Gumber, computer specialist at the dent of the Chamber, Bill Wilson Sri:;
practices use up unnecessarily. which four five miles to the presented iU Charter last and President of the Starke Rotary
will and
get or gallon Thursday In ceremonies at a Charter Reception and Medical Center; Club, Pat Farnsworth.
Racing cars certainly is not a necessary ac use up this year.If Night Banquet. Over 100 Kiwaniaru, treasurer Darrell O'Neal County
Environmental Health Director.
tivity. How does car racing stack up beside community leaders and ladles attended Charter club directors are: Frank Kiwanis Clubs represented Included -
the need to stote enough home heating oil for gas really is scarce, i its time we started to the at semi-formal the Starke GoU dinner and meetJ.ngheld Country Crews assistant manager at the Gainesville. Gator City and

the cold winter ahead? rethink some of our current uses of the liquid Club. Leo Ward, Division 18 Kiwanis McDonald's; John M. Flynn. Pastor University City Kiwanis Clubs in
gold. Lt. Governor from the Gator City of St. Mark's Episcopal: Church; Gainesville; the Azalea City and
Steven Futch, funeral director at Palatka Kiwanis Clubs in Palatka
Kiwanis Club In Gainesville was
Busing school children across town far .
and the Ocala Kiwanis Club. Also
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home;
away from their homes, is abhorent on its Somehow, some of the thigs we do just don'tseem toastmaster.The Keith Gillingham of Gillingham Insurance represented was the West Palm

face. Young children should be able to attend too bright. program Included Inspirational) ; Richard Roberts of George Beach Kiwanis Club by president Mc-
remarks from the Florida District of Roberts Insurance and Real Estate; Campbell's father,J.H. McCampbell.The .
l: Kiwanis Secretary Jack Crockett, of and Richard Torode of Torode Elec- Florida District of Circle K. a
the Orlando Kiwanis Club. The tric. Remaining charter membersare Kiwanis sponsored youth service
Charter was presented to club presi- : Jimmy Bowen Starke Police organization in colleges, was
dent David McCampbell by the Chief; Jack Bowman pastor of First represented by district secretary Ken
I Hospital Was Never Like This District Governor, Thomas J. Dean, Christian Church; Gordon Dasher of Burke. The University of Florida Circle
Jr., of the Istachatta Kiwanis CLub.In Farm Bureau Insurance; Stephen K Club was represented by Mary
accepting the Charter on behalf of Denmark of Denmark Furniture; Ed- Ann Mullaney and Elizabeth Curry,

Hospital patients, says a Michigan physi- All patients who can walk around should be the club membership. McCampbell die Douglas, accountant with HaroldC.
cian should be treated like first-class pledged "to carry out our resonsibili- Farnsworth CPA; James R."Reggie" The Starke Kiwanis CLub is one of
guests.A allowed to use hospital cafeterias along with ties of service to our community that Flynn attorney with over 8,000 such groups in 69 countriesof
employees. we have all volunteered to take on." Pierce and Hardy; Ronald Hildreth. the free world. Total Kiwanis
long list of revolutionary ideas in patientcare Remarks were also heard from retired Circulation Supervisor for the membership is more than 300,000. The

was presented to a symposium for Semiprivate rooms, says Bates, should be B.F. "Bud" Mizell Jr., President of Philadelphia Bulletin; Richard Alex- club meets Tuesdays at 12 noon at the
Milwaukee area hospitals by Dr. Richard called semipublic because privacy cannot be Guaranty Federal Savings .& Loan ander "Andy" Jordan of Jordan In- Western Steer .fellowship, inspira-
Association and a member of the
surance Agency; Robert Terry Lee, tional programs, and summary
Bates, an internist from Lansing. qualified. Either you have privacy or you Gainesville Kiwanis Club. Mizell is assistant investigator at UCI; Manuel reports of club activities. Service and
dont't. the new club building chairman for Maralit, physician; Robert W. administrative work is accomplished
"The patient should have the whole room to his club which along with the Gator Milner, Jr., classification specialist through committees in the areas of
himself with a lock on the door that locks from Identification wrist bands should be City Kiwanis Club, co-sponsored the at UCI; William Scott Scotty" Club Meeting, Membership Growth
Starke Club. Entertainment for the Rhoden, captain with the Starke and Education, Youth Services '
the inside Dr. Bates "Is there
says. eliminated for all but unconscious brain-
any or
the Starke
banquet was provided by Police Department; John Warren Citizenship Services Support off;
valid reason why a spouse or girlfried can t damaged patients. "Everyone else can tell Civic Chorus Director Bill McRae. "Jack' Stanley, county executive Spiritual Aims, and Sponsored Youth
have a few hours together on a Sunday after- you who they are, why can't a hospital pa- Charter officers of the Kiwanis Clubof director trainee. USDA; and William (Circle K International Clubs the
noon?" Such an afternoon, says Bates, can be tient?" says Bates. "The bracelet tells the Starke are: president, David S. Mc- Wilson,Jr., floral designer at Nancy's collegiate service organization sponsored -*
for like Campbell. Children's Services Pro- Flowers. by Kiwanis and Key Clubs *
very "precious" someone a cancer pa- patient that we consider him or her so com- gram Supervisor at the Bradford-
the high school service organization
tient who may not be going home. mon and ordinary we are afraid we will not be Union Guidance Clinic; secretary, Attending the banquet were also sponsored by Kiwanis). Most
able to tell him or her from the rest of the com- Gene McDowell, chief accountant at Chamber of Commerce President, committee work is done in the even

Dr. Bates has other suggestions which make mon people here. It also tells the patient that UCI ; vice-president Thomas Edward Ripplinger; Executive Presi- ing or on Saturdays.

sense: we are so incompetent we are afraid we will

give him or her the wrong medicine. 1 1
Patients should be allowed to have their

own small refrigerators in the room to keep When patients are admitted for non- FORESTRY
snacks and mixers for cocktails. Liquor, emergency reasons, they should be greeted at i11Jt1JJ1jt1

. however, does not mix too well with drugs pa the door and taken to their rooms. Admitting IN BRABfORB COUNTYBy

tients may be taking. information settled. should be gotten after the patientis ,

!Mark Fries
?. Patients should be allowed to wear casual "I'd like to start treating the hospital. patient
) clothes when possible. If not, they should at first class," says Dr. Bates.. t 4 O ,
I. least allowed 11 "'" $ I f. t'4 !
be to wear their own .' '4, rl;
nightclothes. We couldn't agree more. *
J i\ i -..- Sportsmen around the state are
busy these days getting ready for the
opening of hunting season. It is still a
... .. few weeks off but now is the time for
I ";"" .' "" ...- :Km; ," planning, getting equipment into

, Pat Farnsworth left and Tom Slade congratulate Peggy O'Neal at the Starke shape, and brushing up on safety
Rotary Club meeting. rules.
Letters to S.MAIL The Florida Division of Forestry
t suggest a couple of things to keep in
Peggy O'Neal Goes To AustraliaPeggy mind be careful with fire, and play
it safe with tree stands. Hunting
I the "Editor. O'Neal, Gainesville bureau Ms. O'Neal,26, is the third recipient season is one of the busiest times of
0. t chief for The Florida TimesUnionand the year for the Divison of Forestry
a former reporter for the Brad- of an educational award of Rotary because the huge increase in forest
L + ford County Telegraph, will study International sponsored by the usage always means an increase in
Journalism in Australia next year Rotary Club of Starke.LindaRockwell forest fires.
under an award of The Rotary Foun- who received a Teachers of "We have particular trouble with
Klrction: Eve l-rltrr well taken. The Telegraph's policy port Bradford County Public dation of Rotary International.. the Handicapped award two years escaped camp fires and fires startedby
Should Not be Printed has been to print lettcrs-to-the editorif Libra rythe ado. Is now teaching at Gainesville vehicles." notes Fire Control Chief
With No Chance Reply they are signed. Letters-to-the The library provides an invaluable The Journalism Award of the High School. Cert Parsons a former Mike Long "and when the woods are
editor are the public's avenue of ex- service to the people in our county at Rotary Foundation will allow Ms. employee of the Bradford-Union Men- dry we get a lot of fires started .by.
Dear Editor: pressing opinion replying to the every age level. A cut in their budget O'Neal to study newspapers and other tal Health Clinic, has recently returned smokers."
I have been a resident of Starke for editor's opinion expressed In would cripple their program. publications of Australia at Mac- from Oxford University in London For the eastern seaboard Of
only two years, but during that time editorials, or addressing topics of As citizens, parents, educators and quarie University in Sydney. Her England studying under a Teachers Florida which was just drenched by
there have been two elections. During public concern. It has been the taxpayers we recognize the need for award is sponsored by the Rotary of the Handicapped program that in- rain from Hurricane David the
both of them I have noted with In- newspaper's policy to encourage use such a service to the community. The Club of Starke. cludes practical work experience. thought of dry woods may seem
terest that you publish on your of the letters space. We believe entire county benefits from this program remote. But much of south Florida
editorial pages, letters from the can letters-to-the editor are an importantpart through the regularly scheduled : ... has had below-average rainfall this
didates who are running for office, expressing of a newspaper. trips of the bookmobile into the _! summer and faces the prospect of a
their OpinionS as to matters outlying areas. The library also provides County Agents By dangerous fire season.
which are debated during the cam- However in such an instance as Mrs. an outreach service to the elder : "In most cases sportsmen don't'
paign. This amounts to free political Warren cites it appears that our ly housebound physically handicap- Bobby start wildfires on purpose" Long ex.
advertising in my opinion. policy needs amending. From now on, the blind or visually im Notebook plained "but you can compare our
If you endorse a particular can it will be the Telegraph's policy to end Taylor i situation during hunting season with
didate, it is your perogative to come withhold publication of such letters as It would be regrettable if this phmwi' !IIU..:IIII the highway patrol's problem duringa
out and publicly endorse that can- that of Mayor-Commissioner Joe library program, which is such an F_:,.trmion 211f holiday weekend. Heavy traffic on
didate in your paper As owner,that is Warren and that of Edward N.Green asset to our county, should become highways results in more accidents,
your right But to publish a letter which arrived too late to permit stagnant for lack of sufficient fun- Even though our annual rainfall is in land and equipment in the farming and heavy traffic in the forests resultsIn
from a candidate, and in particular rebuttal before an election. Both let- ding.We probably close to normal so far this operation more fires It's usually a case of a
when the other candidates are ters were printed in the Sept. 6 edition urge you to keep in mind the year our rains have been unseasonal. Those who attend the field day will hunter thinking his camp fire is out
upholding the laws hich say that any the last edition of the paper people served and services renderedour We usually get several inches of rain see minimum tillage planters, grain when it isn't or his vehicle backfiringand
advertising shall be paid for and a before the Sept. 11 election. community by our county library. In July and August but this year we drills and spray equipment for her- sending a spark onto dry pine. ,
record kept of same would appear to Sincerely, were dry in some areas in August. bicides. Crops seen at near harvest straw.
me that any candidate stooping to this (The above Mrs. Betty N. Warren is Sandra Duncan Things changed, though. In stage will be soybeans planted in corn "That's why we ask that huntersuse
"ruse"shows himself to be unfair and secretary to Starke attorney Jesse President September We have gotten between stubble and beans drilled into wheat the hand test when they extinguish
for you to publish Mid letters shows Wolbert, who is campaign treasurer Alpha Delta Kappa. 13 and 16 inches of rain throughout rye and vetch residue. their campfire (cover the
poor judgment This is particularly for Police Chief Jimmy Bowen.) ,Alpha Gamma Chapter county within the last two weeks. Our Several speakers will be on the pro- coals with sand or pour water on them
true if such a I letter appears when land is pretty well saturated and gram to discuss: these practices and until you can feel no heat and make
there is no time for another candidate \ many of our creeks and streams their results along with weed, disease sure their vehicles have proper muf.;
are "
to reply to any statements made in and insect control. Call me if you flers t i
that free advertisement full.This abnormal rainfall is would like to attend or want more In- Tree stands have nothing to do with:
I am an military wife and have :- some problems in our fall vegetableand causing formation about the field day. forest fires, but they are a source of:
lived in over ten other towns and have Public IJbrary ;' greens growing area. Growers Our swine producers should be interested numerous injuries each hunting
never seen such policy in any other Invaluable la who set collards during dry conditions In the Annual Swine Field season. The Florida Game and FreshWater
newspaper. I hope that you will lake local l Community j three weeks ago now find these Day to be held on Thursday, Oct. t, in Fish Commission recommends-
this letter \ Live Oak. A that tree stands NOT be
under consideration and 1t' greens drowned and will have to re- good morning meeting nailed tot
that in the coming runoffs and future Bradford County Commissioners f10U0.N .. set their entire crop. and program will be followed by a trees and in some areas the practice)
elections let your conscience be your Starke. Florida 32091 i. tour of the ARC Swine Research is forbidden. "<",
guide. 1,1{{ Center In the afternoon But'some hunters continue to rue
Sincerely Dear Commissioners: P Wet conditions'are also hampering Our annual Farm Bureau member. this type of tree stand and many...
Betty N.Warren We in Alpha Delta Kappa ADK is a V corn and hay harvest and is delayingpreparations ship meeting will be held at the Na- left attached to the trees when hunting -
professional teacher's sorority wantto Some people uy putting i strawberry setting. tional Guard Armory in Starke at Cp season is over. That's where this
go on record urging the County a bay leaf in flour Pastures continue to look good .m., Saturday. Oct 6. As usual the problem starts. For one thing during1
w Editor's Note: Mrs Warren's point Is Commissioners to continue full sup tins discourages "" ""iI,. 1 1'1.;:' however and for these winter should be some Board of Directors has planned a the off-season the tree stand rots and
roughage on
grass good program and entertainment becomes a hazard to hunters and
...,.... most ranches. along with some special chicken and campers who might try to use them
This is the time of year when activities rice as the main course for dinner later. And even after the boards are
;, rpPI44 9ttAUHUfn 1t pick up for farmers and their Over half of our boo family membersare gone the nails remain, making the
Co organizations. Cattlemen had a good expected to attend for some good tree a hazard to saw mill or pulp mill
I ,' *" meeting and program last week and eating and fellowship.If operators if it is ever harvested.; .
.1 j: 'iT iliiir f..trfJ' our swine producers will meet tonight you haven't gone and met too The answer is to use a portable tree
p" Thursday The meeting will be at much already you should take a dayor stand that Is attached to the tree by1 t
i ; 7:30: p.m. at the Union County Courthouse so to attend the Sunbelt Agricultural means other than nails.
in Lake Butler Exposition: Oct. ill The Exposition -
? i SINCE. .879 There will be a minimum tillage will be held in Moultie. Ga.
fJ': c'4rioH BOB O. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER ,.' ... and multi-cropping: field day held ont and is billed as the largest agricultural f

I .: r.....*...,. .J "*, Thursday Sept. ,27, near Williston trade and family living show in
I i. that should Intt'l'ftour vegetable and .
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': : Th.ndsr sod a-.4 0-.. ...... .Poet 04fIc. .Art of Mrch t. Opt field crop producers. The field day equipment and production practices 5r'\ ,
< will begin at 1:30: a m. on Uw Ray =---: ',' ,
; -. t ......,..........btnl..e..r N h.rwn,86 pa MwwM mond Robinson farm and is open to along with numerous exhibits: of Con A small piece of
i, r.i l>Asti......._8N M'..,.....its Memos the public or anyone interested In sumer family call living. If new crpting leftover
: OMiws46s6. 1tettI..O.rbMI Again or come by you want can be tacked
learning more about this new conceptIn : more information about any of these 01 glued onto a' blOCk of
!, getting more from the investment activities or events. wood" to make a shoe buffer.


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Ted Duncan Speaks ,'H I.'I Dr. and Mrs. Hernandez Honor Cuban Matron At Dinner PartyDr. : J j+

To Woman's Club On and Mrs. Carlos M. Hernandez Their Lady of Charity was honoredby Mrs. James T. Moore, Mr. ami Mrs, ; .i
entertained at a dinner party Friday, Father Martin Jung from Starke George Roberts Mr. and Mrs
Energy ConservationTed Sept.7,at their home on E.Call Street and Father Cecil Russo, who blessed Thomas Mixon Mrs. Leila S. Mundy, .
hl for their annual celebration of Our the occasion with prayers at midnight Mr. and Mrs. George H. Pierce, Mr.
Duncan spoke to the Starke Lady of Charity,the Cuban Matron to R.P. McLendon. Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Woman's Club on conservation of all Cuban Catholics. At points of interest in the home Sale Mr. and Mrs. Joseph hLStephenson ,
energy at the luncheon-meeting They also celebrated the arrival of were arrangements of white mums of Starke; Dr. and Mrs. I,. :
Wednesday of last week which met in Mrs. Hernandez's sister Mrs. Elsa yellow chrysanthemums, roses andgladioli. Manuel M. Maralit of Keystone 'I., "
the Fellowship Hall of the First Vidaurreta de Alfonso, who was The dinner table was Heights; Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Hur+., ... !
Presbyterian church. visiting from Cuba after 18 years of covered with a Sevillian lace cloth tado de Mendoza of Mlddleburg; Mr." ,
t Mr. Duncan stressed the present separation from her family and had a centerpiece donated by and Mrs. Richard C. Phillip of 'j i'"
: supply United States Maria Stephenson. Internationaldishes Orange Park; Dr. and Mrs. Miguel K-
and mphasized thee Importance were prepared by Mrs. Her Terrada and daughter,"Lourdes; Dr. 'p,:;'i;
Dan "
conservation of energy Smith SpeakerAt made and served on silver platters. and Mrs.Jose JIme eZ, Dr. and Mrs. ''.' ,
Prior to Mr. Duncan's talk a Many of the guests brought their Angel Garri and daughter, Carmen, I f. ;
delicious luncheon: was Alpha Gamma favorite recipes including Mrs.Clnca, from Gainesville; Dr.and Mrs Delfin .
officers of the executive board. Mrs. Stephenson, Mrs. Italian, Mrs. Limcangco of Maccleimy; Dr. and \
W.B. Mundy gave the devotional. Meeting Sept. 10 Jimenez, Mrs. Guevara and Mrs. Mrs. Pepe Goyenechea.Dr. and Mrs. j ,.
Honored guests included Mrs. Ted Hurtado de Mendoza. Jorge oteiza, Dr. and Mrs. Conflux i
Duncan, Sr., mother of the speaker, Flower arrangements were and children Mariana l )
Mrs. Ed SUvernall and Mrs. Purvis Dan Smith, director of the Starke donated by Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Lake City; Dr. and Mrs. Paul ; :
4ta4: hazes aunts of the speaker Public Library, was guest speaker at Stephenson Dr. and Mrs. P. Dr. and Mrs. Vince i,. 1
Mrs. W.H. Thomson president, the meeting Sept. 10 of Alpha Gamma Goyenachea, Dr. and Mrs. E. Infante Mrs. Eduardo Clnca Dr. and Mrs. I I"
over the meeting and an chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa,held in and Dr. and Mrs. A. Romero. Nelson Murray Mrs. Corazon de
M, y a :.' pranced plans for the club including the Episcopal Parish lislE Among those attending were the Pauda, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Guevara, I
bazaar to be held at the club house Mr. Smith described the many services Hernandez's son, Carlos and Dr. and Mrs. Alfredo Romero, Dr. ,
Friday, October :3 I from 11a.m, to 2 that the library offers to the daughter Yolanda; Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Humberto Revollo of ".,
r VOY N p.m.Tickets at$1.50 each may be pur- community. Concern was expressedover Peter Felos, Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark Jacksonville; Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo k ,
chased from club members or at the possible financial cuts in the fun- Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen,Dr. Infante, Ms. Olga Infanta, and Mr. f j
door. Tickets will include a lunch of ding and how it would affect the community and Mrs. Klert Sundusadee, Mr. and Eduardo Infante of Ralford. i
1'l chili or soup sandwich and drink. ADK will their to -.. --.- ..
convey concern
Desserts of pie and cake be
may pur-
chased. Many interesting items will the community and officials about the To Our Town And The People
be sold at the bazaar including potted
l goods.plants, hand made goods and baked President the business Sandra Duncan meeting.presidedover Janet w Of Starke Fla. I Am Thanking
_A. "4Ifti.tt, ] ,;,:.,'(1 :t di..('ti...:" '.:z,- -, I Florida There will Bank also parking be a car lot wash on Satur-at the agreed Neighbors to gave place the refreshments devotional. It in was the 233 Votes, 20% Of The

Mr.and Mn.Gregory Reddiah day, October from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.A various schools to honor techers dun Votes In Last Tuesday'sElection.
Christmas bazaar and Tour of ing ADK week on Oct. 713. A special'program

'Jeanne Fleenor and Gregory Reddish Homes is also planned for December. during on that Founder'week. Day will beheld t With This Many

;,. Repeat Vows Aug.,25'in Lake Worth ,were 1 New,Janet members Gunning pledged, Anne to Miller ADK, Votes The First Time Around,
Eastern Star Susan Nichols and Brenda Farn-
V Supper Next Time I Run We'll Get 100%. I Am StillA
;,Jeanne Alice Fleenor and Gregory and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Doug sworth. .
: Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish anaLIsa Saturday 22 Refreshments were served by the
Polph were married m a Sept.
Starke Bound Citizen A Female and Friend
candlelight ceremony all of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. hostess committee: Jane Trawlck, ,
33 at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church David L. Reid and David D. Reid of Jeanne Loper and Joan Brlerton.
To All Of The Citizens.
of the
Lake Worth. Jacksonville and Mrs. G.G. Fleenor Starke chapter, #224 Order I
of Lexington, Ky. Eastern Star,will have a covered dish
The bride Is the of Mr.and
Mrs. Harold G. Fleenor of Lake Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. supper Saturday, Sept.22,at 7 p.m.in The"...._.. Thanks so Much Mary Ellen Peterson
Worth. She was graduated from Lake George Flynn Jr. and Miss Teresa the Masonic Hal. to Coming
Worth High School In 1973 and Palm Gaskins of Starke. ,.September a>,
Beach Junior College in 1975. She After taking a wedding trip to All Masons and their families are .I I. to Torwlllegor'
received a B.E. degree from the Jamaica the couple now resides In Invited to attend. "II Mo/en.Inc. .
University of Florida urn and wasa Gainesville.
member of Alpha Delta sorority.
She has recently resigned her
teaching position from the Lawtey
Correctional Institution to accept a
secretarial position with an engineer
Ing firm In Gainesville. 0
The groom Is the son of Ms.Shirley .
Carpenter of St. Augustine and (.o..
Sheriff Dolph Reddish of Starke. He ... "B.,
was graduated from Bradford High ;..:, aYtl
School In 1973 and attended the
University of South Florida.He Is currently ,.
a dentistry student at the ,
University of Florida and will. '
graduate In June of 1980.- -" r h j, J
Fr. Garfield Brown performed the
ceremony. The sanctuary was
decorated with baby's breath,
greenery, arrangements of multi-
colored pompons and carnations as
well as candelabras. Ms. Bonnie Sue
Brown sang "Oh Promise Me" and
"The Lord's Prayer" during the
ceremony, accompanied by organist, j'r'; : -
Mrs. Joan Salerno.
,,The bride was given away into marriage
by her father. She wore a
candlelight chiffon dress with a r/ L
Venice beaded lace bodice and
spaghetti straps. The long sleeved
blouson trimmed with. '
jacket was '
Venice lace at the neck and wrists. rrM : .
She wore a matching veil with a silk : I f4 d
flowered headpiece and a chapel '
length train and carried a nosegay of r.t 1"' a Y .
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roses, carnations and pom-pons in "

pastel colors. .. .16.
Matron of honor, Mrs. Ann Nye -
Macon of Gainesville wore a candy .ry/, /Nw.
pink sheer polyester gown with a they PRESIDENT Bedrooms -2 Baths T 1
white painted flower overlay.She car- 1 .=.
ried a basket of multi-colored roses, f
carnations and pom-pons. =
,All five bridesmaids wore gowns I

varying identical colors.to the matron Mrs. Judy of honor's Williams in, nO problem when Jim Walter builds ; .

sister of the bride, wore an aqua mist I

the gown.bride Mrs., wore Debra a Simmons light blue sister gown.of Regardless of what you've heard or read in the news, if you own You can count on Jim W lter I"" I

Mrs. Karen Gassett. sister of the property, mortgage financing is no problem when Jim Walter

Mary groom,Lussky. wore a wore mint a green yellow gown.dress builds for you.Jim Walter has PLENTY readily available dollars WE DO IT RIGHT BtJfot -. 1

while Mrs. Sue Gaffney Beattie wore to build new homes for his customers. In addition, to help keep the

peach f.Flowergirls gown. Amy Williams and cost of owning a new home as low as possible,.Jim Walter does Get complete information and cost of building on your property.

Megan Williams, the bride's nieces, NOT add "points"; or "closing J costs" that.others charge further Get the facts about our INSTANT mortgage financing that takes

with wore( long candlelight sleeves, full-length and a lace dresses yoke. .inflate the price you pay. only a day or two instead of the usual weeks or sometimesJim

They carried baskets of multi-colored Walter offers more than 20 LOW COST homes that can be months for credit approval. Let us tell you about Jim Walter

petals..stan Reddish, cousin of the groom, built on your property to almost any stage of finish, from the shell custom construction methods. We want you to see the homes we

of Starke Ushers and Tampa Mark served Reddish as ,best the home to one that is 90% complete. This means that you'll have an build and tell you about all of the moneysaving options offered to

man.groom's brother were, Tom Williams and opportunity, to cut an already low price even more, 'simply by you., We want you to know your cost first hand and what your
Ronald Simmons the bride's would be to build any one of the more
doing some of the, inside finishing work yourself. Do the electrical monthly mortgage payment

,Starke brothers-in-law and Tim,Snow Gray Robbie Flynn Sinn of work install the plumbing, finish the wallboard. You tell us how than 20 models on your property to the stage of completion you ,

mona the bride's nephew served as' much you would like: ;to do. The more you do, the more money choose. We want you to have ALL the facts about building the Jim,

the ceremony at Madonna Hall In wants to save money. display park. WE DO IT RIGHT!
Lake Worth. Music was provided bythe .
Michael Farnetl Combo.Assisting ;

Teddy and were Mrs.Mrs.Lee Jean,Nancy Mrs.Barus.Virginia Humphrey Thomas Mrs. ,,. ..... Jaer'HOMEBFREE: .............

;rOut-of-town relatives included Mr. FULL-COLOR CATALOG!.:
and Mrs. John Reddish and Stacey, _
Mrs. Ruth Reddish,. Mr. and Mrs. : JIM WAITIR HOMES (ou.r M..r.dd6al ,
James Reddish, Marla and Kirk,, Mr. t;.' Jacksonville", Fla 32216 .,' Ocala, Fla. 32670P M I would' Kit* to have more ,Information end IK. toe :''.
be '. of bvikfino I understand there would
on my property.
Dukes Reunion ";. P, ,0. BoX 16965, .,..... .:. l' I:.:" ;:O. Box 954 bo no obligation to buy and that you would give mothoMi t.,..
V V M fact* hoe of charge." .

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I '1'.w..pt.toTorwINegerJMeter.: hC.ml.g....... .i..2.' ';tfol I.eek: ktrtt '.'.' ,," ".df' "" ..OF,.' FINISH. FROM, .THE SHELL UP TO 90% COMPLETE. ,11.-....... f'" ,

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Janet Efoenacher' BPW Club To Hold'. ....., ..',,*II\\'f', .,> 4.'

Ewell Frank CraftEngagement Olat. Meeting :\), :'i'j:,.

Told On Sept 22 ."A'.1." I' ,, :\r.

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Mrs Ernestine L. Bisenacher of District HI of the Florida ;\t ;
I 1 d r ,' Keystone Height announces the tlon of Business and Profeuto t', : M
engagement of her daughter Janel Women's clue Inc. win hold its first
Claire to Ewell Craft son of Mr. and district meeting of the federation
Mrs. Carlton Craft of Starke. year on Sept n,at the Women's Club .
A November 9 wedding date has In Keystone Heights State SecondI!
been set at Faith PresbyterianChurch Vice President Louise Murphy from i
Melrose, at 7:30: p.m. DeLand will be the official Ute .-
The bride-elect Is also the daughterof r representative to the meeting
the late Lester H. Elsel1acber.: District III Director Tommie Robinson
Miss Clsenacber Is a 1975 graduate of Lake City will preside I;
Fryr. of the Keystone Heights High School District III to composed of BPW ..
Lj : and a 1W graduate of the University clubs" In Gainesville,Starke, Lake City .' ;:
4, of Florida. She is presently employedat and Jacksonville. ."-
Bear Archery (a Gainesville as an Registration begins at 10:00 AM.
accountant ""--- .1 Lunch wUl be served at 12:00: noon for

Mr. Clark Is graduate of the Brad- MM! Janet Claire Ebeaacher and a cast of".75.
ford County High School and is Ewell Craft All women engaged in business or
employed at Craft Carlton Salvage In the professions are invited to par-
Starke. ticipate.

r DUPLICATE BRIDGE BC Hospital. Auxiliary 2JJ y-X-. .

d 1. ,au"e To Meet Sept. 24 Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mat- M
w. Club which
Duplicate Bridge ,
thews will regret to hear they received ..
now meets at the Holiday Inn on Tues- '
The Bradford Auxiliary
Flnt Row-(4rz Peggy Wlggln, Wanda Bishop Betty Macey, Nancy Odom Joanne Canova. day nights at 7:30 p,m.bad the follow- will have County a Dutch Hospital treat dinner word Monday that their nephew his \
t Ann Phillip, Karen Crawford Carol MUner. Either Hardy Third Row Don Hardy Randy Andrew., Forge Canova, ing results from Tuesday night's and DUlin Whisler.who was flying own II Ji:
meeting Monday, Sept. 24, at 7pin. killed when their
I Cindy McRae, Stephanie Green Ellen' George Janet David Canova Don Nee Joey llerres, Don McKae, Kevin game: first Mr and Mrs. Jerry at the Western Steer SteakHouse. plane,and wife were while
Tanner Neel George Canova, Will Stevenson, Warren Stevenson Cassem; second -. Dolly Kunig and plane crashed Sunday in night Folkaton !
Second Row: Lou Stevenson. Carol Slevenvon. Paula Bill McRae. Krlsh Soni; third Eva Mathewsonand enroute to their home ,
Carter Carol Hayes.Joan Chitty Susan Edward., Laveita Eight member were absent when the picture was taken. Evelyn Griffin. Ga., after visiting his mother, Mrs.
ill in
Mable Whisler,who Is seriously is
Strawberry Plants. Centerville, Iowa. Mrs. Mable 3
Choral Concert To Be PresentedBy Tho 14.nv,..sI. ft Winter AmmotW441U Whisler Is the sister of Mrs. Garl c C
I I.I Cwnlitg: lit E0.l.rs' Nunety Mathews. :..
S.pr.mb.r tf.2*
Community Chorus October 6A to T_III..or 301 S.Walnut/ SI. Mr J.C. Vining of Palatka visited i
Motors.... Stark.PIn.CASH \ her aunt, Mrs. L.D. Vining last Fri
day. Sy
new community activity for soloist Kevin Neel.
adults has surfaced in the past couple Mr. McRae's leadership and direc-
of months, for those who are In- tion has brought out a delicate and
terested in. and enjoy singing. beautiful blended balance of harmony .
A choral group of 40 adult men and with voice quality, for an -- -
women have been meeting on Tues- "overwhelming" result in a musical
day nights and practicing in prepara experience. His zest and enthusiasm
tion for a "Choral Concert" to be for excellence in music Is very contagious Be and CAR Winner
presented for the public's enjoyment as evidence by the "better a
Saturday evening October II, 1979 at than great" sound and the willingness
the Bradford High School of the to put forth and respond
Auditorium. with the Yextra''effort. "We know we
Under the very able and dynamic have gotten It right when BW starts to
direction of William M. (Bill) McRae, get that excited wide-eyed look, WIN A *1980 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME COUPE
and with the superb and accomplished breaks out In gooae-pimples, loses his
accompaniment of Mrs. George composure, and then emphatically
Canova, this grout has taken off andis but reverently says, "people-that is ;
really"soaring In just a couple of m..lcl"! HERE'S HOW YOU ENTER THE DRAWINGS!
months of practice the group has long This singing group is open to "
outgrown its"amateurish"sound and anyone in the community who has a F R E E Whthr or not you win a each prli In our Monday night Pro-
has attained the deep resonance and real desire and a little talent for sing S Football vamo,all your football gam tickets aoligibl*. for
professional quality of much larger ing. Practice for the Christmas Concert tho Cutlait Supr.m. drawings. Writ your name,addross and
and more experienced professioinal will begin Tuesday night, October 1980 OLDSMOBILE phono numbor on avory gam tiekat you coli oct at Pantry Prido
singing groups.For III, in the Bradford High School CUTLASS SUPREME during oach waak, return thom to Pantry Prido and deposit them
Is WILL BE GIVEN AWAY thorn in tho SWEEPSTAKES boa at tho storo offieo. All tickattdapotitod
their first concert, the group Chorus Room at 7:30 p.m.Homemakers
performing arrangements of several B U PER MARKE. : DURING THE PERIOD that weak will bo gatharad in a contra spot and
SEPT. 13. 1979 THRU ONE ticket will bo drawn. The person named on that ticket
traditional favorites along with a con- Have JAN. 31, 1980. Cutlass A
.mow drawn will win a 1980 Old. Supremo Coupe. new
temporary selection by Howard ONI* MHO*! I* mil Of **l drawing will be held every week for 17 weeks.
Hansen entitled "Song ofDemocracy" J a eisie. A5r uisisiiT
Permanent FlowerArrangement ?
.. Also featured will be WIN TNI TOMOIIll. THIRD WINNER WILL BE

Beta Sigma Phi Plan ProgramMrs. M DRAWN ON SEPT. 27, 1979.

, Nona Jones presented a program I "" IN ORANGE PARK FLA. AT OUR PANTRY PRIDE STORE
Upcoming Events on permanent flower arrangementS \: ((200-23. BLANDING BLVD.) AT 10:11......
. at the Bradford County ,
Beta Sigma Phi held a summer Homemakers Club meeting Thursday Asa. '-..:'-" A. I
social Sunday, August 26, at the home Sept. 13, at the Agriculture i 0 9p "80 OlDSMOSILI CUTLASYsUPfttMt COUPE DOOR
' of Chert Cox on Lake Brooklyn. Building in Starke. a HANOTOP WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION AIM CONDITIONING,
! Homemade ice cream and cake was .
enjoyed pns a dip in the lake by some Mrs. Jones demonstrated how to ADDITIONAL OPTIONS MAT BE AVAILABLE AT ADDED COST TO WINNERS
members and their children. make flower arrangements out of
Those attending were Cherie Cox, weeds, flowers, branches from -
, Brenda Slade, Diane Hodge Marie evergreen trees and twigs. She ex-
Wynn, Linda BoWen and Rose Smith plained that most of these items could
along with their husbands, dates, be gathered from the ditches and
children and friends. woodlands. Several different solu- SWEET RED ALL PURPOSEDELICIOUS' j
Monday, Sept. 10 was the Beta tions and sprays can be used to
Sigma Phi first meeting for the Fall. preserve them permanently and keep YELI.OW
Dimple Overstreet was the hostess. them from shedding. She also explained
Calendar events for the coming how to make grape clustersout ONIOtiS
year were discussed. Plans for the of pecans and preserve them by e- SAPLESS I
Area Luncheon of Beta Sigma Phi, several wax dippings and rubbing SAVE 30dLB flipGOLDEN
which will be held at the Alhambra methods. She showed how things
Dinner Theater on Sept. 29, were could be brightened by using food coloring a RIPEBANANAS
made for the members to attend. or Tintex and showed a high o79 =!o49
stacked arrangement made from artificial -
fruit, a colorful flower arrangement LB
Ulysses Thomas and she made one ,,
evergreen and flower arrangementwhile
Retirement Party explaining different methods.She 1I iMMtumi j -- $ ,
passed her "ditch" materials U.S. NO. 1 Chef Size Potatoes U9v Fresh Pears M494A494 J"'sCO""tf

Held around to the guests.for the membersto MI
Sept.7Ulysses Fresh 184 Fresh Slaw :
examine. Carrots IM or Salad .

Thomas, a faithful and The following dates for 8FOR California Seedless Grapes 59" wale 134 19 i 'ft.8
loyal employee in the Housekeeping miscellaneous craft work shops for 1I Fresh Green Cabbage u

Department of the Starke Nursing the coming year will be: Sept.20,Oct. FresVcrisp 394 Sonny Delight 794
Home for 13 }years, was honored witha 25, Nov. 15 and Dec. 20. All of them SAVE sod Celery slat Citrus Punch SAVE IOC A l8 ,
covered dish luncheon Sept. 7 to will be held at 10 a.m. at the mum 4Jl1JO Fresh; Canadian 184 ,,
celebrate his retirement. Agriculture building in Starke. Those Georgia Red Sweet Potatoes l Rutabagas u
Highlight of the luncheon was the asked to a
attending are carry .. .
ml IN 91.Sunshine DEL MONTEPUDDING I IM m W MM niroo :
presenting of a "Money Tree"donated "brown bag" lunch. Members, 59" 3/S1 1
Vanilla Wafers 1CORN Tissue
by the employees,Mrs. Jerri friends and visitors are invited to at- CUPS I Kleenex Facial
Disbrow, Nursing Home Administra- tend. I MI .ntiCM. son un CREAM STYLE OH WHOLE KERNEL CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE' FUDGE, I IM..ttM $249
with the Pork t Beans 2111 VANILLA PEACHES Oft MIXED BUrr I Polka Dot Brand Rice \
tor/Manager, Mr. Lawton B. The meeting was closed Libby's ,
Thomas, owner and Mrs. Gertrude serving of delicious refreshments by II a1 M tllla dr7dy'Rpl 2% i7oi: ;$1 ft'C"i aAVE10t179C -..a
Kauffman, Administrator. Mrs. Mattie Miley and Mrs. Ellen Gala Napkins 59, :;e- CANS t4 Fresh Kosher Dills 994M'l ,
White. Spaghetti IM r to onuen I Ground Beef 3/$1/ DASH DASH IM MtlUCMSnowdrift. Shortening .1" i

Always Ready To Servo thicken i utnnrar I Dumplings' 3/$1/ DETERGENT LAUNDRY DETERGENTCastleberry LAUNDRY MI Fyne maun Taste* Sweet Peas 3/11/ :

wlarlanMM.w1Mwa IMWI.M
Brunswick Stew 3/$1./ lOOoz Monouam'Rice 794 :
Calm And Friendly w W ....../.INN 90z $139 BOX $87 w ...-Nan
A Calm And Friendly Voice Answers Your Phone Pantry Pride Marshmallows 3/51'/ 1 BOX California Tomatoes "',3M5M ::

Call To DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home At Any Hour, Pfeiffer wr.ran111111nr1rMlnan.M Dressings 59 ivory liquid Detergent $1.39 ioLiquid; Detergent 574 tMIKMBIII Hershey Candy Bars ,I

Of The Day Or Night. Swift Vienna Sausage 39 ivory; liquid Detergent 2.09 i ivory;J liquid Detergent 994 Switch Cat Food 4/M/ 1 I

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Comfort Not Dog Chili. Sauce 3/$1'/ Pantry Pride Spaghetti Sauce 994 Nestle folk $211. Olympic Meal Bread "j I :

This Is An Introduction To The Comfort That SUPER DISCOUNTCIIEooS'IITETAI01 PANTRY PRIDE AN r RI'':: 10. I I'

Comes From Knowing That Competent And Friendly ( > PANTRY tverydDt SOUTHERN KING BREAD SIZ1 .OUBO N 'Uqtr u

People Are Serving You. MUFflHS

eDlk 1e o: COFFEE pcePINEAPPLE "::100 3\:1

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o ,i Prepared To Leave Immediately To Answer Your Call. Little Frlskies Cat Food firs BAa $199 ,,. 2 200& $ Cut Pound Cake 99dw I

I : DeWitt C. Jones Harold Johnson Pantry M Pride 111 mil Cookies 2/$1/ sAwae CANS French anMIlI1 Stick Ira NN Bread 2/1/ 1 ;

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert UnderUl of Inlantle. Mrs A.B. Whttehead visited her Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs W.H. :BIRTHS .::'1' I I ,(J.! it,

Mr.and Mrs. WU Mendetta father ,JMumie O. Dobbs In Lake Thomson attended the FSV.ArUoe ..r .' j G' r ',' tan :.
etl..runswtck. Ga. and Mr. and Mw. Butler en Monday.Mr. football game 1 :
Robert UnderUl of Gainesville were night and were overnight ts aof l.: and Mrs. Jeffrey Warren of ;'
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.1L and Mrs. John WOKams; and Mr. and Mrs. Brandon announce the birth of a son \ .
Moncrtef at Kingsley Lake. son John. Jr. of TitusvUle were Dam Andrew born Sept. W. Grandparents >, \ ':
weekend visitors of his parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Skinner of are Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren !
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. WhItehead and and Mrs. Frank Williams.NOW Atlanta spent the weekend with herparents. of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I A
Mr. and Mrs.Frank Durrance visited Mr. and Mrs. Georgecopeland. Piercy of Sanford. 1 1I '
Mr; and Mrs. Charles Whitehead and I U:
Mr and Mrs. Charlie Fachko In et the OHte ShoHOW. I : 1
Jacksonville on Sunday. .Call It. 1t.wIteny Mama 1. it
C.mpl..s.Isdo. aWIm Annuals Mr and Mrs.James C.Shaw of Putnam y t ';'
Joe W. Williams attended the Scot..' Hallmark Cads) ami Gifts .I Salina Nursery Conn., announce the birth of I t '::f fI
tish Games and Gathering Also a salactlan ofII fM-4314 their daughter
Hand Kelley McRae Shaw tf
J .... I \
In Charleston, and priced glft $01 S.Walnut' St. on Sept.7. Maternal grandparents arc
Sunday held at the Middleton Plantation He........M47M It......... Mr. and Mrs. Robert McRae of Starke
Gardens. and paternal grandparents are Mr. : i
Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned last Mr.and Mrs.Randall chum visited and Mrs. Clayton Shaw of Putnam
Strawberry Hunt Friday after three weeks visit with their son,Robin In Gainesville on Sun- Conn. ,
Annuals her son-in-law and f
et Rasters NurMryM4U14 Mrs. Peter Alogna daughterl.and in day.Mrs. --. t-.a !
Conn. Vergie Barkodale la In Baptist
Ml *.Walnut St. for observation and treatment Donald and Brenda Slade announce Fritt Kramer I ( ;: \
Hospital It'
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Grandson Drew Barry '
Slarlia.Fla. Dansby returned
Her son and daughter-in-law the arrival of their baby daughter !'l"ll;a
Monday of last
Mrs. James L. Stith of Pascagoula. week from 10 days Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale of Cindy Elizabeth born on September .
visiting her parents, Mr. and camping relatives in in Helen Ga., and visiting Humboldt Tenn., are visiting her in 12. in Hawaii. Fritz Kramer Family Enjoys Hawaiian Trip /;
MIU1.1a Dinkou for 10 days. Ala. Montgomery and Ozark the hospital and staying at her houseon Maternal grandparents are Doris '
Hampton Lake. and Harold Gann of Starke. Fritz Kramer reaiiwd a life long Fair. Mr. Kramer and Mr. Fair's i. j'jir i "
---- --- ---- paternal grandparents are Lillian dream recently when be and bis family family were friends many year ago 'f
Pee Wee Mrs. Emma Futch Campbell and and Donald Slade of Hampton. daughter Mrs. Marty Barry with In Beaver Falls, Pa. They had not : !,I..
Nursery niece, Annie Forbes of Seminole were Paternal great grandparents are arm. Drew and daughter:; Adrienne seen each other for 32 years.Both Mr. 1
weekend guests of Mrs. Belle BrownIn Budnd Gertrude Slade and Mildred Barry visited the Hawaiian lolaiKti. and Mrs. Fair are active In the i j jtheatreaDdMr.Faircaabeleftllnan
Announces Hampton. Williamson Hampton When they arrived in Los Anttahai '
they visited two of his! sisters ands upcoming Hawaii Five-O and Fan
New Lower Rates cousin and left there August 17 ta iM tasy Island episodes.
flight to Hawaii. During their stay the Kramer family :
(0'" Open 6.00: A.M. 6:00 P.M. at the Of flea Shop ):bJJ..x/ while in the islands.they visited were treated royally by airline and ,

Call 964-8064 for Personal Interview HOW.Coll St.Complete pineapple fields, cane fields lade hotel personnel. Being 86 year old brings :
glass-bottom boat and of
Selection on a one many special courtesies while
Mr. and Mrs. BJ.: visited
Eggers highlights of the trip was Uw visit to traveling. ,
Hallmark Cord and Gifts
Limned EnrollmentAt their son-in-law and daughter Mr. the USS Arizona Monument in
Alia a selection. of on the On the return trip they stopped
and Mrs. David in
moderate priced gifts Byers Jacksonvilleon Island of Oahu. It was avery 1m- San Francisco and visited with Beverly
This New Low Price ail oeadaa.440111 Saturday. preaslve sight- the oil Is still 1 leaking Kammaredine Mr. Kramer'sgranddaughter.
from the sunken vessel. .
'They stayed at the Hyatt-Regency
on Waiklkl Beach where
Hotel watching the surfers 9J J'ljoJ( ,.,
..,. ..7at which appeared Just after dawn and
were surfing until there was no more
Jlght. Mr. and' Mrs. Harold Spengler of
PRIDE r They experienced a close call when Stone Mountain Ga. and Mr. and
PANTRY a sniper terrorized the Waikikl Beach Mrs. William Spengler of St.
lour area for several hours and Just 20 Augustine were Wednesday visitorsof
______ minutes prior to the shooting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler.
.,_ Kramer and his family walked on the .
sidewalk opposite the construction Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Crowson of
I b (where the sniper stood and fired Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Buck Norman
$1000 CASH. Play MONDAY NIGHT PRO-FOOTBALL wounding five tourists). of Winter Haven and Don Crowson of
During their stay the Kramer family Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of
visited with Mr and Mrs. Nelson Claude Crowson.

'a Did You Know...... Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby and
FREE Pro-FootbaII weekly game cardverytlme ticket you WIN tile'Ilona, amount lodicst.d.rro.raoruu' daughter Melissa of Fort Myers are
NOT aeseeunowaa. _emir; ,. you visit your Pantry Pride Store. (See additional directions on g.m. c.d.11f) spending Wednesday to Sunday withher
Oft IM ear ear CONMICriD is WITH ANVIOOTUU.TIMI J No purchase naceisiry. Then watch P,.. you have a winning ticket, bring it to any Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sparks spent last parents Mr. and Mrs. George
LIMWS r v STATION OH r. Football the following Monday night on Pantry Pride by the close of business the week on vacation In Georgia. and Muggins.
nuwaa aarwaar ". .. Friday night following that Mondaynights
network television, or your local newspaperor following South Carolina.
I E':' the results posted 'In our stores for the game for verification. Store manager Dean Blackwell of Lake visitedhis
'. final score of both teams at the completion will redeem $10 and SI winners on the spot City
of the gam. If the last number of the final and arrange for payment of $1000 and S100 George W. Brown celebrated his mother Mrs. Grace Blackwell on ;
Z.' score of each team matches the number for win".... birthday Sunday at a family reunionat Sunday.Mr. .
1 each team printed on the Pro-Football game' their home on Kingsley Lake.

,....rr..r./alwr GET A FREE GAME TICKET EVERYTIME YOU VISIT PANTRY PRIDE! and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live #
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren Oak visited her parents Mr.and Mrs.
rwn w.rwYW.-.n.wn--r Yla / their son, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Warren H A. Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew 1
now erae-awe and baby son In Sanford on Satur- Lawson on Sunday. The Andrew w
AMra'n-WA TI Add to the excitement 'of the bigigame day. Lawsons also had as visitors her
n .err ,t. I.3 -
1t. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Grant a.a .

F sal -_' _m Luna Inw, i..m14pr imam t 'everyailQnday. 1 .it.I, I Ctve f4QOID n O Q': : 1 j ? ,':'.,Strawberry SWIM(. "Plants*uols, .,..,.' of.,,'Ocala.......-.".,',s.. .. 1'4.' .,-* ..,H...f,.n. .*... 1'Nx'

lot Holler Nursery Miss Sandra Craven of San Francisco .
available in cash & prizes! '441214J01 Cal. former Starke resident, is
S. Walnut ft, visiting her mother, Mrs. Hazel t
It...... Flo. Craven in the Jacksonville Naval

Enter the drawings for 17-1980 Olds Cutlass' Supreme Coupes Miss Susan Sellars of Moncks Corner She Hospital, along and with also Mrs.friends Lily Bridges In Starke.and t
S.C. the weekend with her
Mrs. Thelma Jennings visited Mrs.
aunt Mrs. Arlin .
Kate Shepherd in Waycross, Ga. ,on y
mw ill N u m_SUM mmitn. MS I.slut am ManwSan.eoIIItIf Wednesday. i
and Mrs. Bill McClane and
fryer Combination Pkg. I'98A e e daughters of Jacksonville beach Mrs. Lex Green was Sunday over

,... III "III" .....,..",............. A e e spent the weekend with his parents night guest of her son and family. Mr.
Western Pork Spare Ribs Lt98" Mr. and Mrs. Huston McClane. and Gainesville.Bob Mrs.'. R.A Green, .Jr. in

IM M I IM 1 1 A.M l ere IAN
Turkey Drumsticks .. 48A NOW Harrison and ol 4I.
e family ,
'.... w llama nun ma un tit $ $ at the Office Shop
12 and William L. Harrison unit jj
Pork Loin Chops in'" II 110 W. Call St.
of Ga.nday
daughter Waycross
u*. MI nut i een nmuunmaBoneless $"))31 A..4If"t! Compl.t.I.leetl." visitors of Mr. and \IrK.! A..*'. II uirison W.
Beef Round Steak II 10 :JUl' : Hallmark Card and Gift
IleMl _.........._.. V' Also selection of .
Boneless Chuck Roast .u$1'1 moderate priced gift

iMUMiiMUaeeamsinunBoneless f 1 II 6"5 e / all occasion 141.17" 1 sNr 1'.'tie II t tcM
Stewing Beef-aNa 1. 48 11II<. !
In,1t. .11'IN a M.ale tam asa 1'Aypperll
freshly I Ground Beet ufie 1 LB
SAYE 30a A u SAYE 20a A'lr SAYE 109 A LB r ?
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fresh Pork Steaks. uf$131 ; FALLGARDEH V;)

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HOOD OR TROPICANA .. Chicken Com Dogs II Mt 9 t
hkes wr'asalunste Smoked Picnics i 5,884 PURE FLORIDA .IM<.mmun man muuunittmmTyson's mm mat .. .......,. 4f1Mslalraan.taaua t" FALL VEGETABLE AND
'. Chicken In A BasketIMSMIIMt $191.les NCalpogurt .
Cornish Hens u894t '.ORANGE an ; ANNUAL PLANTSFavorite ;
Rock Fyne pred Oleo Qtrs. 434 Fyne Taste Sliced Bologna I : '

IM ISM u"s man fire' J U I C E IM w.e mm urn 98i Varieties P tf| (
Skillet i Brand BaconMrsFibert's Vegetable 01 Spread 88Vt Fn''ia'te; Skinless Franks ( L:
? Tray Of 6 Plants
88" SAVE 100 IMMIII. a.wen.rnfuw %J / :
Hgrade Hot Dogs I Hocks u'68'( Lykes Grill Franks Ezra n nn
;... ...... e/ Smoked Pork Or TRAYS $1 '
file HALF ha I ua awn ere fr. ;
patfaws Stuffed Clams GALLON 98 ;Mrs. Filberts Margarine .786 nTPrId'"lunclI; Meats Else .
w Golden Qtrs. 48" .CARTON ttnm.w murPantry '" IM was" <*urn ran IMCooked Ww.e m M"
Pride Sour Cream "Pantr, Pride Salami
t 'L'IS' .ERI'NE' Pantry Pride Cream' Cheese 686 Smithfield! Pork Sausage 1.8at

Complete Selection Here Now Gat
LAMBRECHT' Pride 5101 Chunk
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MOUTH. PIZZA Pantry Pride Biscuits 4/68t m iw mGwaltneys Chicken franks 63i(. '
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Page 8A TELEGRAPH; 1epCe....*M,1979

School Board Annroves .. .w $9.5 Million Spending BillA

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".5 million 197940 school budget $32.700 for athletic supplements, two- bone. Major emphasis UM wdget biter the largest of the four school district because R feat $f9 stndeate and $48J54 to reserve, funds. Idea in
was Approved unanimously Monday thirds of wblch goes! to went to employee salary IM *ones budgets It Is made op ItnMJr of since last term. Such funds called the food service budget U to wind up
night Sept.17, after the Bradford board members Monday nit backed; this year and a dental. fSsurancepackage salaries to the 4OO- l.* stbool docHofeitf: enrollment funds. ...being our the Mack not to school
school board bad satisfied Itself that off establishing Individual supplements was added the total.cosUng' em Thefrom Sup Casey paid counties became of a student Casey reminded the
enough money Is In reserve to supply as recommended by BUS around 500000. down. salary cost akes drop In huge Dade County: which did board.
additional textbooks and discussed Principal Jim Duncan after The board approved the S.1S away flexibility from the operating not want to lose state education
athletic supplements. previously agreeing to soldssup- millage levy recommended by Supt. budget bow.... dollars. So, the Casey notes the new budget Includes
The budget Includes a $6.2 million plements which have not been increased Tom casey.. 5.13 mills is the amount came up with bIJ-couat'5 $144,444 for replacement of
operating budget and the 3.15 mill tax : since 1864 to their presentlevels. of local required effort each school In addition, the total school budget enrollment equipment Including three new buses
levy a reduction from 6.4 mills, the board In the state Is required to levy Includes. : which will also help small counties, which will cost: over $60,000, leaving
board had tentatively approved two Duncan wants to increase sup- to be eligible for state school funds. "$*,12. In state construction such U Bradford Just slightly over $85,000 to spend on
weeks ago The budget Includes some plements for coaches with more experience The local required effort was lowered funds, called Revenue Funds. III budget also Includes other equipment replacement.
$670,000 in new state funds from the and decrease supplements from 6.44 to S.1S this year as part of -f110,1I011n Special Funds, to $4,214.cra1n salaries, $7M,034 in
Florida Education Finance Program to new coaches. Board member J.T. Gov. Bob Graham's property tax retire existing bond issues on past employee benefits, so4,24t In purchased -
(FEFP) paid each school: district on Parrish has objected) : to some coaches reduction program but la a one-year construction projects. services: $329,938 materials Did You Know......
the number of students attending. getting inrt-ease* in supplements reduction. -$ in federal vocational and supplies $32,1904 In capital
The value of an FTE unit bas floated while others'don't.Real The total 1979-80 school: budget Is funds being used on Phase additions outlay funds. ",885 In other expense (from page 7)
up over$900 since last year providing reserve in the new budget: is $9.9 million. That Includes the to the Bradford-Union Vocational and$112.340! replacement of equip-
that Increase. The new budget also around $80.000, Supt. Tom Casey operating budget the main budget,of Technical Center, ment and library books. Mr. and Mrs,Smith DeVoe spent
uses some $250,000 In funds left over says. Board member Arthur Gasklns $6.243,767. The operating budget Includes There Is a total ol$8.810,083 in state The food service budget of$514,111 several days last week In Bushnell
from last year. pointed out the board's committment $5,508,263 in student earned and federal funds comlnlinto Brad- Is "up considerably" over Jut'eAt1 and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank
The school board has made a com- to textbook, requests for new band dollars from the state and $737,005 In ford schools compared to $737,509: In Supt Casey explained.( The cost of Humphries In Lakeland.
mittment to provide textbooks where Instruments, and other small Items local required effort or county property ''local tax funds. Local funds comprise food& Is up over 10 percent salaries
needed reiterating a stand It has could bite deeply Into that taxes. The county or school only 8.37 percent of the total school are up 10 percent. Sources of funds of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Edwards Sr.
taken over the past several years. "" we honored all the requests district: contributes only 11.' percentof budget.The $180.000 (rom the operating budget spent hut week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
The board has asked for any additional before us, ft would take half our the school's operating budget; the 7ao.operating budget includes 1318.586 from the National School W.A.. Edwards at Merritt Island.
textbook requests. $37.000 Is surplus." Gasklns pointed out Monday balance comes from the state. The .1.tall1......funds. Included in Umch Act. $54,000 In other federal
already: budgeted for textbooks, but night. operating budget is the one the school the reserve funds $93,000 In unearned funds which come through the state,a Mr.. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas spent
the board has been told that won't be Supt. Tom Casey determines the board has the most control over and student funds to be paid the school $16,991 state food service supplement the weekend with their daughter and
sufficient.The new budget "tight." Individual family Rev. and Mrs. Frank Starling
board has also agreed on a school budgets were trimmed to theThis In Panama City.

Parents Want School Breakfast I The......-

UComlntffoTnvlM' .
....t."' .,27&21

Workshop Set Monday Nigh, 7 p.m. Motor( ,Inc.

Starke Elks and Elkettes attendingthe

Some 30 parents representing a even earlier than at present and enough to eat breakfast before district deputy Jack Shannon
group calling Itself Adequate means an Increased workload for classes begin. Parrish said he opposes visitation at the Live Oak lodge Tuesday -
for All Children (ABC cafeteria staffs. earlier pickup of outlying last week were Mr. and Mrs.
Sled on the school board Monday .Della Cole speaking for the ABC students. George Dominianni Mr. and Mrs
night to start a breakfast program in delegation, presented, the board witha Bill Finucan, Mr.and Mrs. George W.
I Bradford schools. thick stack ol forms sent home with 1* there a desire by, this board to Brown, Nealy McConnell and J.D.
Board members finally agreed to a students for parents to fill out and bafe a work sessionasked. board Doyle. Secretary George Dominianni
return to school whether not the member Arthur Gaskins. entered Alachua General Hospital
on or
workshop meeting Monday, Sept. 24, .
; y is Dot*; Fenkj. a at 7 p.m. In the administration parents want a breakfast program. [Obviously, we need a workshop". .last Thursday for surgery and is ex-
SIc like resMeni, for more building. The board and most) of the Supt. Tom Casey said the forms Mrs: said'.board member Jimmy Lawson. i pouted home this Thursday.Mr. .
than a decack Duug has administration however oppose a Cola ptMllted'IbouId have been Catkins pointed out that a
foli Kit ,the .vj/tts/ staff of school breakfast program, saying returned to the schools so they could breakfast program has been discussed and Mrs. R.W. Milner Jr. and
Miller Ituk'k ctfttr presents a scheduling problem may have been counted: and reflect the before and turned down each time. soul; West, spent the weekend with hi
6IJL"rlrsu f
: >lih/ ,ihfir KwUcc/ dc/xirt- alter bus routes so students In outly number of parents In each school who Those who came to speak In behalfof Tallahassee.parents Mr. and Mrs. MUner Sr ii
a log areas would have to be picked up want a breakfast program. UM breakfast program were disappointed \
ITK7II.HIM I Casey said he had counts from the board did
not spend more
several schools, but not all ,on,the time the Mr. and Mrs. W.G Godwin ol
4 kt Girl Scoutsby breakfast program requests. discussing program. with Chagrin Falls, Ohio attended th
Earlier the superintendent told the them.They much funeral of Buddy Bishop on Wednes
spend so time decisions
on -
; I i/oiiriK'x' rcwm lx !7 uml he//// Oink)/ (Matt school board that if parents requested about windows and doors. The day and are visiting their mothers
ifI/ xhlniLMMil( / S.TfHJO off AT3JtttMt / MWJCli'm'II's Phone Carolyn M4-5S12 Eaves a breakfast program the school children should be the priority," said Mrs. Eve Godwin and Mrs. Bertha;

'H'N' Omj (XXX) FOH /MXrs.THituocrom'jii.B/t-\PFOIUJ Congratulations to the Purvis' on system had to provide one or lose Dr. Norman Calway-Fagen a dentist Pearce.
lederallundina. However.Casey said
(XN 'Nn'J I:;'ill)1- ( t.'>B79 the birth August 6, of Kimberly Beth. Monday night answer to a question who Economic rorks Council.for the Suwannee River' Mr. and Mrs. AI K. Carlisle returned
a new Brownie. Debbie Purvto was a by board member Arthur Gasklns, "They're not last Friday after 10 weeks in Box
Brownie leader and we look for her to that requirement was no longer in ef listening.involved Hundreds of" people have borough) Mass., and points Interest
in this.
BUICKMERCEDESBENZ be back with us in five years. gotten In New states.
MILLER feeL The board does have some op Mra. Cole handed board members the England
Attending the Cadette-Senlor: leader a
Lions Casey said calling for the work
and girl training at Chowenwaw this session to explain them. bookleshowing breakfast pro- Dtf. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen returned -
SAAB/ OPEL was Laurie Mullins and alternatives to of last week
"No one can argue that a hungry Wednesday after two
Joyce revised bus schedules.
.. 1703 N. MAIN GAINESVILLE/ 37'-7571L Wainwright.The main thing on student can't study as-well," Casey weeks In Germany and England.Mrs.
the agenda was changes in the Girl Members of the group said they Whiffen had spent a week previous
Scout program for older girls. The said.A breakfast program could not be 'don't want to be inflammatory, but with her mother Mrs. Ann
concern Is girls leaving! scouting durIng allowed to infringe on the they do want the school board to Joellenbeck' In Berlin. Germany am
their middle school and high time set by the state.Supt. academic listen. They said the advantages of a they visited points of interest there.

L school years. G.S. U.S.A. wants.toknow board member Pat Spongier. when breakfast include more Jobs in the, Dr. Whiffen joined them on Aug. 29
how the individual scout feels she questioned that. community the federal government and they had a weeks vacation In
... about the program and the changes. There la a need to think about the funding the program. and a higher defnsmdrfemjMaLlturn Han Mountains and a week.ill
JllV Clit,'" .. .. : Perhaps the weekend discusinort. ,batudent 20 miles away and being pick. produeta.Southside England.-rWfiv fyi
I OFFICIAL BALLOT groups will be of help to all scou :' v ed up earl c said board member'J.T,' if finnTS iff r
J Troop 605 (Junior) will be meetlhg'Wednesday Parrish. (trey said students arrivIng
SECOND PRIMARY at the First Christian early at school would have time Eleme ratary School News
Church with their new leader Denise for breakfast but said students arriv
Wishart. Welcome Denise. ing late on buses that make double
, -: GENERAL ELECTION Thanks Joyce for helping with singIng runs would have a problem of time Southside Was off to a great start on Lawtey; Mrs. Denise Adams, speech
, at Troop 614 last week. the 1979-80 school year with a beginning therapist; Ms. Susan Bennett, halftime -
Starke Bradford County Florida Tonight (Thursday) all leaders will enrollment of 649 students in Instructor with 'Mrs Charlene
meet at the Methodist Church: for the United Pentecostal Church grades K-5. We welcome Jesse Moore Ennis in Title I kindergarten; John
September 25, 1979 Neighborhood meeting and regis 24 N.Water 8& as our new principal.: He foresees a Snell, part-time guidance counselor;
tration.Everyone should be there and Pastor: Rev.O.L.Wells year of progress and cooperation In Bill McRae. part-time music instructor.
Initials of 15. bring their consent forms and money. Friday 7:30 P.M. -Youth Service our work with and for the students at New classroom instructors, but
Tuesday Sept. 25, is Girl Scout Sunday 10:00: A.M. Sunday School Southside. not new at Southside are Ms.,Mercy
; fiJ"MPLE suing Official Parent Night at the First Methodist Sunday 7:30 P.M.Evangelistic Service Southside welcomes the folowing Dee Hill, third grade and Mrs. Donna
Church In the upstairs Youth Room. new instructors to our staff: Ms. Dea Gruen 4-5 grade. Both were working
.. AU scouts should be bringing a notice Wednesday 7:30: P.M. .Bible Study Moredock second grade; Ms. Gayle on a substitute basis last year and
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... home on this or they may pick up.a : 3:339 Lee, physical education; Mrs. Linda have' returned this year as staff
------------------------------------ notice at their school. Acts 19:2-6: ,Tougaw 1.2 Title I formerly at members. Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead,
Signature of Elector formerly classroom teacher, holds anew
--. ....
position as Primary Specialist
working with teachers K-3 at
:. 1 Southside in coordinating curriculum
'. requirements as stated by Florida.

14wOFFICIAL USED I HEPO SALE state Mrs.law.Whitehead announces a r*
; BALLOT quest for adult volunteers to work at)
Southside with teachers and/or
SECOND PRIMARY students on a regular basis. She will
work out a satisfactory schedule for
GENERAL ELECTION those people who are selected to help
in the school. Please call her at
.4. 904-5586 or come in to the school office:
Starke, Bradford County, Florida S.' between 8 AM and 3:30: PM, Mondai?
Used through Friday.CLASSROOM. '*
September 25, 197. NEWS: From Mrs!
Clark's fourth grade: The class had a;
Initials ott Is.- I. % 1,2'x 40's classroom election. After a week ol
SuingOfflcfali campaigning they elected Jason an
t .',' Jody Brown, presidents (by a tie
.v'' -- 24 x I.'. vote)) ; Waylon Townsend vice'
i ------ ----- president; Lynda Wilson secretary;
1 Gene Murphy, treasurer. Supe;
7: 2 & 3 Ora spellers this week were Pam Carter,
I Beverly Ellis Jason Brown and Gary
: Mrs. Sandra Duncan was happy to
k: congratulate: her class of fifth gradeson
OFFICIAL BALLOT A r. 1 Thursday}Sept. 13.Every member
.,f w :" of the class:. had the assigned work in
1" ; y
;: SECOND PRIMARY ,:,i11; 7f \., All Used & Repros Reconditioned To Like New and on time. She is looking forward to

: And Carry A One Yearlyyarranty;: more Mrs.days Donna like that Gruen's this year.fourth-fifth;

GENERAL ELECTION grade' class is off to a terrific start

f, Getiin These people have earned the "Good'
:' Starke, Bradford County Florida Compare What You, A Used Worker-Good Citizen Award": Loret
I ta Austin Shelley Hall Lone Alvarez
September 23. 1979 Mobile Home From John Brown Jennifer Wheeler, Penny'' Jefferson\,
Sharon Harvey Dawn Motley,.Tammy -
To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the To Qefln Lane Tancle King.Lanette Starl'
What You Can A
'ballot. mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of : ,Viand Steven Shulu. CongratulsServicemen* ,

the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. '
f Used House For The Same


f ,For Two Years Vote for One Price
,'JIMMY Yo I'll Ours
.. BOWEN Bay EfaryTltaa Pvt.,Walter J.Davis
: ; --..., ..
; Completes Training$ Course ,
); i' '"JJIMMY R EPPS /
; ,, See The AH New Flestwood. Stone i idpla Today FORT BENNINO GA. Pvt. Waller,
J. Davis. of Mr. and
; :. : son Mrs. Walter
J ( i : COMMISSIONER? GROUP 4 r r h A. Davis Waldo, recently completed
Individual training at Fort'DeMing.
: S. ForTwo Years 'I' )r'-
.r/; /1 I .. ; *'', 'V Vote for One Ga.
T During the course students recelv-'
I "GEORGE ,ed training which qualified
;" HOLIDAY; JI&! (\ them as
u. ,light-weapons infantrymen
J :, and as indirect

j ,i .<': \lERNON.'''SILCoX: .. ,; :f; .\\1S"" .. ';I ::. c- ::[ '_ k d4 .fa!Instruction' Iquad.fire crewmen i In" a rifle or mor-

j J-.;;.....,.. 'Included' weapons
: qualification; squad tactics: ...
.;r.' ; t y ;..' 't. ..!'! ., big landmine warfare flel rtro. ..
munlcsUons. and combalW'f. 192n :'
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September2t4H71 TBUBGKAPH Pa..'" i I''

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tie t2' COMMUNITY NEWS tcw<&tcfEtt2e A.. w -- -- -

Elisabeth G.Walker Regular church service each Sun Unity: Monday 6:30: pm. Prayer tartb_. .'<: "j
Pbeae day. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Meeting. Wed. Tarrying Service. Friday .....st-u Barnett.We had an Interesting and Informative Yarborough'f for letting us vtsrt'Uieir: '
1644687of Worship 11 a.m and 3pm. each se- Bible' Study. Evening service, MONDAY S>*.Mi Mogul Cup niMunwl meeting. garden.
The f.utar the Concerned oond and 4th Sunday. Junior Choir 6:30pm.First <*>' ". cram ....... a rot Mick, .......,. .... Get well letters were written hy the
CUiTens of Bradford County rehearsal each Wednesday 6:30: p.m. Bon Church 01 The Living KM,Mmill.milk. To those of you who could not cone children in Mrs. Tetstone'a room! to ,
will be held Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 Thursday 6:30 Senior Choir God: Friday of each week at 6:30: p.m. potato Tt/ESDAY./ ........ ..,.. Ut..Ie"a.,"'hot....T.trwml.w.et; to the meeting. please feel free to their class grandmother: Mrs. Carrie i
mUlL '
anlM roll
ym to the Day Care Center Room. rehearses. Business meeting Friday Bible Study, Wed. Tarrying Service. WEDNEMDA......Mi tellibury HtMk.mad.- come by the school say time between Edwards. MR. Edwards Is recovering
All citizens and Interested membersare night before each 4th Sunday. Friday 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 eel poutom,turnip(ram,com.......aka mUlLnniRIID. 8 a.m. and 3:30: p.m. and discuss the in the hospital from a broken hip.
asked to be present. The help of The Ministers and Deacon Union a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening \Y. a.*. .m Hamburg.on...... M.ueWfeMMlaptckta .. program with us. Your talents andtime 5
everyone is needed for the success of will be held Sept. 28-30. Visitors are Worship 7 p.m.Philadelphia ( *.milk rtnch FTtw. .IrwbcrrjrItiortrok are very much needed by the Children celebrating birthdays in 1
the orpnIzaUon.FamDI always welcome. Rev. Willie Huffman Baptist Chmrch The FRIDAY..*. .m sun portion.frit y Co...hweurou students and teachers. Our programIs Mrs. Tetstone'i room this month are
pastor. Pastor's Aid Group is sponsoringtheir ninry Micks, *Its ./fNlI. hwhpup. off to an excellent start with these Derrick Long, Rachael Tyson, Jennifer
Reunion Greater Allen Chapel AME Church l 3rd Anniversary TaP rty. We ,milk. enthusiastic volunteers and we hopeto Wlliams. and Kenny DeJSue. !
The Reed family Joined in a reunionat Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship would like for all members and sign up many more In the next few These special people get to wear a birthday I ',
the home of Elizabeth Walker over 11 a.m. The Fellowship of friends to attend.It will be Sept.30,at Starke Elementary wants to say a weeks. Come in and"Be friend". tag with a pack of Trident gum P .
the weekend.. Out of town visitors Church will worship at 3 p.m. Rev. 5:30 p.m. at the church. BIG "Thank You" to those parents Joy Testone's second grade class given as a treat. I'' ,
were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Reed from W.It Zanders Will deliver the mesage. who attended the Parent Volunteer took a walking trip to Elder and Mrs. '
Philadelphia. Pa. who was on an ex. The Women's Day program will terminate Program Orientation Meeting Tuesday O.M. Yarborough a garden last week. In Mrs. Grtffls and Jenkins second : "
tended vacation in Starke. Sunday Oct. 14. Speaker for morning at the school. Mrs. Yarborough told the boys and grsdecisu: Ernie Williams and Adam ,
the morning program will be Mrs. 4-H NewsOn Those In attendance were Rose girls what was growing In their Geiger celebrated their birthdays this 'If "
Church Activities Rose from Jacksonville.There will bea Lancaster,Lucy Geiger,Janet Thorn garden. Pears were picked and eatenas has been studying .
The Ml. Plsgah. AME Church In- musical at 3:30: p.m. Tuesday, Sept. II, the Green ton, Marlene Coleman, Mary Jane a snack. On the way back to the the Irrraaccclass eating a good 'j
vites the public to a Gospel Feast Sun Pleasant Grove United Methodists Acres 4-H Club had their first Henderson, Ann Davis, Dianne Sexton classroom the children were given a ,;
day, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. The Soul Inspirations Young Adult Choir rehearses Monday meeting. After the meeting a family Annette Norman. Jenny Black, bag to collect ten different l kinds of ;
a Dynamic Young Gospel 7:30.: Wed. 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Sun- dinner was held. Attending were ap Rose Smith Patti Modesitt, Barbara leaves, stones or twigs. Upon returnIng All second grade students will have 1
vocal and Instrumental group, along day School only. 10 a.m. proximately 60 members and family. Balkcom, Peggy Reichert, Gerry they classified the samples Into their vision screened on Friday.Sept.
with other Gospel entertainers will Ml. Zion AME Church Sunday An exciting year waa planned for the Green, Ruth Banks, Alice: Searcy, colors, shapes and sizes. Later, the 21, 1m. It Is important for everyoneto
be featured. Come and enjoy this School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 club. The first money making project Gayle Davis, Suzl King and Vicki children wrote letters thanking the be present. '. A'I/
Gospel treat.Women's a.m. Evening Worship 4 p.m. will be a car wash at Community :
Day will be observed on Ml. Morlah United Methodist Bank in Starke on Sept. 22. .
Oct. 14 at Mt. Plsgah. Mrs. Anna C. Church Sunday School 9:30 a.m. All The meeting ended around 10:00: -2tC Ifl HAMPTON AREA NEWS '<< 11
Wright, chairman for this event is members are Invited to attend the P.M. and a good time was had by all.
soliciting the support of the community Fellowship of Churches at Greater program without jeopardizing school ,
to help make this a great affair.If Allen Chapel AME Church 3 p.m. The by Dolores Meng children With emphasis on screeningand work are permitted to take advantage :
you are searching for a church Lurch the members is needed. Phone 8-lIS testing for detection of potential of this training. Instruments may Be ,
home we invite you to worship at Mt. of God In Christ Sunday learning problems. Individualized owned by students or rented through
Plsgah Sunday School which begins at School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship Hampton Club programs based on the needs, talents Wood/In program. f
10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. 11:30: a.m. YPWW S-30: p.m. Evening Church of God Miss Doll Waters announces: that and abilities of each child will be iI
All members are reminded of the Worship 7:30 p.m. Friday, 7:30: p.m. the Hampton 4-H Club will meet Mon- established. The objective: of this program New Students
Fellowship of Church, Sunday, Sept. Prayer and Pastoral Teaching. Tues- day, Sept. 24. at the home of her is to reduce the risk failure Timothy Leigh and Elizabeth Ryan
23 at 3 p.m. at Allen Chapel AME day 7:30: p.m. Bible Band. Special Mission parents,Mr.and Mrs. Harold Waters, and decrease remediation In the enrolled In the seventh grade on Mon-
Church.St. New Bethel Baptist Church Wed. 8 from 7.8 p.m.Election intermediate and secondary years.Mrs. day. They previously attended
John Missionary Baptist p.m. Prayer Meeting. Board Meeting of officers will take place Rich has been with HES for Bethany Christian School In
Church: Sunday, Sept. 23, annual will be Sept. 2022. The annual address Services Sun., Mon. .that evening.All students from ages 8 eight years. She began her teaching Gainesville. Before coming to
Men's Day Program. Sunday School will be delivered Friday at 2:30: to 19 are invited to attend and enroll in here as a Special Reading Teacher. Gainesville they lived in Milwaukee
10 a.m., Supt. Chris Hampton in p.m. at theBaModerator. in the Club. For the past three years she has been Wis.
charge. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Gainesville, by Friday Special mission services will convene working with third grade children as
Rev. J.D. Mosely, pastor. Mt. Ellah is education night. Services will at the Starke Church of God, 422 Senior Citizens their teacher. Prior to coming to School Birthdays
Baptist,3 p.m. Rev.Archia Phillips of be held at New Bethel Sunday. Services N. St. Clair Street, Sunday the 23rd The Hampton Senior Citizens will Florida, she taught in New Hamp- Mrs.MIndy McLean and Mrs. Kathl
Orlanda.Fla.! .will speak.Song service will terminate until the secondin and Monday the 24th.with Rev. and hold an interesting meeting on Friday shire for twenty-nine years. The last Ledbetter teachers, both had bin
by New Hope Baptist Church of October. Mrs. Paul VanZy) from South_Africa.: Sept. 21, from 2.4 p.m. in the CI- six years of this period she worked asa thdays Sept 14.
Starke. Free Canaan True Church of God In ty Hall.Anyone 55 or over is invited to Remedial Reading Teacher. Mrs. Happy Birthday to Davis Bridgeswho
The Rev. and Mrs. VanZyl are attend. Rich became a certified reading was 7 years old Sept. IS.
native South Africans representingthe "w I specialist In 1S67. She Is itlll working John Underwood celebrated his
DWIGHT S SLATER'S Church of God International missions Happy Anniversary with the third grade during the hour.she 10th birthday Sept. 16.
department of Cleveland, Ten- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford is not occupied with the Specialist Dawn Marie Anfuso celebrated her
nessee. celebrated their Wedding Anniversary Program. 10th birthday Sept. 17 with a family
on Sept. 9. Congratulations! party.Tommy.
Food & Self The VanZyls have pioneered and New Teacher Parker celebrated his 12th
U.3.301 S. pastored the most remote mission Convalescing Mrs. Melanie Steidl of Orange birthday Sept. 19.
7 A.M. 12 P.M. A Walnut St. outpost,and medical mission In South Gordon Wadsworth Is recovering in Heights began her part-time teaching
Africa. Room SS8 at Alachua General position as third grade teacher on Congratulations
Hospital following surgery there last Sept. 17. She will be teaching: during Donald and Brenda Slade are the
MOTOR Oil RC or NEHI Rev. VanZyl Is the regional the time Mrs. Arlene Rich Is occupied proud parents of their baby daughter,
$159 OR PEPSI overseer of many native mission outposts with the Primary Specialist Pro Cindy Elizabeth, born Sept. 12 in
where the practice of witchcraft Visitors gram. Hawaii weighing 7 Ibs. 12 oz.
3 ate. 16 OZ. $t A, Tax Is still prevelant! 'Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins en- Mrs. Steidl Is a graduate from the Maternal grandparents are Horace
6 Dep. joyed the Sunday visit of their University of Florida. She worked in and Doris Gann of Starke.
Plus TaxBorden's cousins: Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stevens. the Title I Program at M.K. Rawlings Paternal grandparents are Donald
ALL BRANDS BEER Services: are as.follows: Sun. at 11 Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Mrs. school in Gainesville for approximately and Lillian Slade of Hampton.
a.m. and 7
p.m. Mon. at 7:30: J.W. Prevatt of Bradenton one year. teaching Paternal
these were recent Besides great grandparents are
..89 Case Everyone is invited to attend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mrs. Steidl enjoys craft art Bud and Gertrude Slade of Hampton.
iiOO special mission: services. Adkins. work and baking. Her husband is Paternal great grandmother Is
Gal., I yj Over Cost Host Pastor Steve Cannavo of Boston, Mass., employed as a Pharmacist in Orange Mildred Williamson of Hampton.
Rev.Mel Drake4fimm Dew home Sunday for a visit with his Park. Donald Is a Corporal in the Marine
., parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Corps and has been in Hawaii about
.. .. Crawford. He also visited his fiancee, Computer Program two months. He and his family like
Susie Ann Thrower of Jacksonville, Mrs. Carole Stevenson, seventh living there, and hope Cindy Beth's ,
rl ". I who accompanied. him to Boston for grade teacher,spent Sept. 13 and 14 in grandparents will be able to visit
Fr, gttd .tauuonq; i :' '.', Orokk-at,'|he Telephone Company Tallahassee a training program for them soon!
y1t' 'Ep rr there. use of the TR S 80 computer Follow- Lunch Men
Mr. and Mrs. George Rozboro and ing a testing program her students Sept. 14-28 I;
children: Vickie, Steven and Tony of will be screened for use of the com-:
The Peoples Choice New York spent last week visiting her puter.This. MONDAY Sept. 24: Bologna Cup,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zacek is a new State funded program macaroni&cheese, green beans,car-:
and other relatives and friends here. where one school from each County Is rot stick, banana pudding, biscuit,
Experienced / Professional selected to'' train gifted and high milk.
Hampton Elementary News achieving students from sixth and TUESDAY. Sept. zSs Chicken:
seventh grades in using the computerto 'Tetrazzinl. sweet potato pone, garden
Primary Specialist enhance their Mathematics pro salad, hot roll milk.WEDNESDAY .
For Chief Of Police Following a special training program gram. Hampton Elementary School Sept. 2s: Salisbury
Mrs. Arlene Rich has been ap was selected to Introduce this program Steak, mashed potatoes, turnip
teach as a Primary in Bradford County. greens corn bread, cake: milk.
pointedat Hampton Elementary THURSDAY, Sept. 271 Hamburger
School. Band Program on Bun, lettuce/tomato/pickle: ,
Sept.25,1919 -- She will be working with Michael Woodfin began the band French Fries, strawberry shortcake,
Kindergarten through third grades in program for sixth and seventh milk. \
handling the program designed for graders at the school on Sept. 17. FRIDAY Sept. 28: Manager's I
1 MARRIED. 1. QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of developmentaproblems: of young Students who desire to enroll in the Choice.

2. AGE 39.RESIDENT. Santa Fe Community College

3. OF STARKE r"- Police Academy. '
,* POUR I'
133 Martin Street. :;;-, 2. CERTIFIED: Police Officer State ON THE

4. UNITED STATES AIR FORCE' '\ "..",, of Florida. ,.'- ,:- ,,'J"" :V It THIS

(retired) !:. 3. EXPERIENCED: Police Officer .

5. MASON (Bradford lodge i35), ) Department two years Starke, Police "- SUMMER! _

,For A Ride To The Polls,
States Air Force) Southeast
Call 964-8421 Asia.

5. B.S.1976.

.. I Stand For A Professional And Public Service. .

Oriented Police Dept I Iii'
1. I Will', ensure all police officers and administrative per- :, A

sonnel the opportunity for education and professional '

enhancement which will assure the citizens of Starke, the professIonal Ii HEAT & AIR

police service you NEED and DESERVE.. Completely Installed

2. I Will BE AVAILABLE to all of the citizens in police ana .,*." ?

community matters. :: 169O 2-TON I

3. I Will' assure you of regular foot patrols in our business SYSTEM

districts, and vehicle patrols in areas which get little or no I
1 patrols' to provide the best security and safety for each and (Plus any necessary .I lep. work)

every citizen ,at no additional cost to the taxpayer, WE SERVICE, ALL MAKES

4. j I'Will stop high speed chases by>ol ice except when absolutely AND MODELS OF CENTRAL


5. 1 Will, completely revise the now existing administrative ,

policies and procedures and will most sincerely design a proper', SYSTEMS

and. lawful system for the storing, handling and 'disposal of '

contraband and evidence (GUNS, DRUGS ETC.) that has come CONTRACTS AVAILABLE

into the hands of and ..
police ensure myself and the public that .

these DANGEROUS- ITEMS are being disposed of in a' LAWFUL : ("arrioi' : i,

6, l WHI INSURE the local( animal' ordinance' is' compiled
with In a humane and lawful l manner. ISAW I

7. J flnaly believe and Insist on HIGH MORALS and STANDARDS ,

for police officers. ,

'I Will Do All Of The Above ,Without Additional Cost To The, I AIR CONDITIONING, (INC

Taxpayer Of Starke, If You ,Want To Know How. Ask tier, TMC AHK CON ITltN$1$ KXPfftTS.flpl .

(M. Pot Ado. Paid tor"r Jimmy. tpf.t TIANK,I VW *IW I vVX WJ It... ,


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Page ISA TELEGRAPH September M.1B7*

,\.Legal Notice "" ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD County dork of tho obov court enable tho clerk to molt" IN THE CIRCUIT! and In strict accordance the easterly 252 feet Court of Bradford
FOR BRADFORD COUN- Florida. Probato Mvl- 4 written tOtffVttfff of one copy to each per .TrONS NOT SO FILED COURT.' EIGHTH with the Iumll'lCll'Y.fIfnoI' which ,lie* South of the COUn..fblda.!
TY. FLORIDA PROBATE (,Ion, the address of any claim or domond tonal I representative.All WILL Bt FOREVER BAR.MED. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Judgment of For.cbeuraMtaMd County Graded Road 9/207tchg /27.PUBLIC .
DIVISION. Flla Numb.r11.506DP which It BRADFORD they have. Each
may AND FOR BRADFORD In this cause on known as the Primitive
Division' COUNTY COURTHOUSE claim must bo In writing persons Interested COUNTY. FLORIDA. September 12. 1979. the Baprlsl Church Road
12976. STARKE FLORIDA. The and must Indicate tho In tho estat to whom a ofh..' first undersigned, as Clerk of at public auction to tho
IN RI: ESTATE OF portonal roprotontatlvoof basis, for the claim, the copy of this Notice of Administration Dot. of this Notlc. CASE NO. 79120. sold Court will, on the highest bidder for cash HEARING
BESSIE GRITS D.cas: * of
NOTKEOFADMINISTRATION WARREN whoso addVassI crodltor or Ms agent or mailed or* required 20. 1979. STARKE a bonking cor. 1979 tollh.* following tho Bradford County FEDERAL REVENUE
I P.O. Box 1066, Starka.Fla. ottorn.,, ana th.amount WITHIN THREE MONTHS September poratlon Plaintiff, vs described. Courthouse, Stark, FUNDS
TO All PERSONS HAVING The nam. and ad- clalmod. If tho FROM THE DATE OF THE EMMETT R. CRAIG and 'In Bradford propertysituate Court, Florida, during the legal' THE CITY COMMISSION -
ClAIMS OR dross dh.. parional' claim Is not yet duo, the FIRST PUBLICATION OP Belly N. Warren As IENORAH ft. CRAIG his ty, Florida to-wlt: hours of sale. to-wlt: OF CITY OF STARKE
DEMANDS AGAINST THE data when will bocoma Personal I Representative, wlfoi and WILL HOLD A PUBLIC
raprasantetlva's at. H KENNETH
THIS NOTICE to file any The West Half of tho 1:" P.M., some being al.gol
ABOVE ESTATE AND All 'om., or. sot forth duo shall bo.statod. H objections) they of the Eitole of ....1..1.Gilia. FLINT and CAROLYN Northeast sales. dot and HEARING ON BUDGETED
may quarter of a
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED bel_. the claim Is contingent or have that challenge. / Dee_..... FLINT his wlf., Defen- Southwest Quarter of legal hour of ..... FEDERAL REVENUE
IN THE ESTATE: All parsons having unliquidated the naluro validity of the decedent's ATTORNEY FOR PER. don.. Section I, township 6 DATED this 14th day of FUNDS Tuesday 7:00:
YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED claims. or demands of tho uncertainty shall will, the qualifications of SONAL REPRESENTATIVE South Rang 21 Eaat.con'olnlng September 1979. p.m. J779. October 2. AT
that tha administration against tho ostoto ors bo stated. H tho claim Is the personal' represen- : J.J.Wolbert.Jr.. NOTICI OF MORTGAGE 20 acres, George H. "''ore.. 996 THE CITY HALL Slorke.Fla. ,
ofh.. required. WITHIN THREE .secured the security toth,., or tho venue or P.O. Bon 1066 Starke, FORECLOSURESALE more or ,.... North T.mpl. Avenue, '
ol BESSIE GILLIS. FROM THE shall bo described. The Florida 32091
lot jurisdiction of the court. Also, that portion of Stork., Florida 32091 M.rrlll Edwards
dscaasad. Fll. Number DATE OF THE FIRST claimant' shall deliver T.I.phon.: 9645200. the SE% of NWV4 In Section Attorney for Plaintiff. CItyCI.rk
7t-506-CP. l. pending In PUBLICATION OF THIS sufficient copies of tho ALL ClAIMS' 9/20 2tehg 9/27. Public notice Is hereby I. T.hlp6South. (Signed) Beulah M. City of Stork.l'chg .
lie CIculCourt for NOTICE to flla with the claim' to the clerk to DEMANDS AND OBJEC- alven that pursuant to Range 21 East West of Moody D.C. Clerk of the 9/20.


EC 'S m 1 I r, LAWTEYby

SPECIALS Elizabeth Terry

...your little neighborhood department store. Phone 782-3300

HOMECOMING Is fast approaching,
I '' Oct.21. It Is very Important to get addresses
to Mrs. Hubert Priest for the
f list.
o Oi 1 ..
3-ounc bottle.
I '.lief. arr the second night of the month will not
Bottle of 100. | be scheduled in October because of
LIMIT 1 J' Homecoming Dinner the next week.
.a EPSOM SALTS The suppers will resume in November
4-pound box.Granulated.\ celebrating Thanksgiving.
149 7 UMIT1FEMINIQUE I. The "Kids of the Kingdom" sang
for EARLY CHURCH this past Sun-
day morning. Micki and Michael
Becker, Jon, Moire and Maire Love,
Assorted DOUCHE POLLENEX C Cary Mize, Roger and Riley Padgett,
fragrances. SWEDISH MASSAGE FOOT Chris and Scott Durbin were In the
59<=' 2.6-ounce pecks FIXER choir.We do welcome singers to cometo
Ease ,
LIMIT tensions relax tiredmuscles.
DI-GEL cr MODEL S180RREQ. 'Automatically controlled hea'_ practice Wednesday from 7:00: to
$10.99 ) with proper weer 8:00: P.M.
DIGEL' LIQUID I temperature. '
WIND SONG SPRAY dlal.Off, 4-way Control STILL looking for more talent for
ua1Ra tz-ouncs.Antacid. Mellege Heat i a our orchestra. A trombone was added
LIMIT 1 Delightful! fragrance. 1399 massage. Heat only.3991.4.ouncOlpr.y. .
( N0. FF.1 REQ. $39.99 this. past week.Penonala .

1 fn -

99CADR .

__._. __ BOGART FOR MEN DIAL-A.POT Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of
Jacksonville, visited their
3 In parents?
Designer'fragrance for men. 1.tries steams&
cookl.10-cupcapaClty. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday
[ Choose After
300'OFF Shave or EBU del NO. 427 REQ $1999 Iitl afternoon. ,
Pille" Toilette LIMIT 3 \ nt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp had a
I birthday celebration for their
1 EARRINGS 1699 NORELCO brother-in-law Stanley Fedak Starke.

SPRAY Choose clipped pierced -C) CURLYQWAND Helping him to celebrate were his
HA ". af9 9 styles inor & A. Gentle mist cool tip,swivel wife Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson;
9ounceaerolO" tr siivertone' me.all. NORELCO cord. HB1600 REQ. $11.99 Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Kindle :
SALE 099 Mobley and children, Macclenny. :
LIMIT 1 Toasts,bakes& broils. Non-stick PRICE ..... .. JJLRSS They had a birthday dinner and cake
coating NO. 4400 REQ. $44.99 .
MFOR.'S for the occasion. ,
129 SALE OA99'i,' MAIL-IN HBSAT1 Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs visited
PRICE | 71 I their brother Ode Dobbs of Lake
. ISSSMFOM.'S COOJ AFTEROREaATE ???.. Butler on Wednesday after he was
MEN'S _m Q (
LADIES MAIL-IN RIBATI brought home from Alachua General
SWIMSUITSOCO FINAL COST *3A99AFTtn Hospital Gainesville "
/ OFF Assorted KieATt __ OT Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece
-tiOvo bleu.a" styles 6 LPATIO Mrs. W.F. Atwood Sr.,were business
) PLANTERS color. BOUNOESION AM/FM/TV1/TV2 30UTDOOR ,.visitors to Jacksonville on Thursday. >
DELUXE RADIO LAWN --Ih'' .. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited '
. PbtAtO POTATO SOlld.'ltewlthtelelcop. Colorful FURNITURE their sister Mrs. Linnie Harris Max-

Chl ing antenna. Slide rule I chair or multi-poeKlonp or Redwood yule on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .
pt CHIPS9ounce. BEACHTOWELSI tuning. Batteries not beck thetas. Also Robert Lee visited. her father,
I J : Included. MODEL Lounger., Combl" G.L. Peterson of Dowling Park, on
83",9-Gunce. 2495 REG. $39.95 a Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
,88BN 20 /o and Mrs. Claude Revels and

P.V.C. SURF RIDER son, Dewitte, of Keystone Heights
.,r\\ I beam construction. rI OFF Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and
tf 88Wraparound rope. son Jeff,of Heilbronn Springs,Donald
If"* REQ. $8.99 ARP LCD SUPER THIN REGULAR PRICES and Randall Reddish, Starke were
CALCULATOR Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;;

Direct access memory, yOj2S Lea McClellan.Mr. .
-OT. % 4 sq. rt. keys. MODEL) 0m eQ and Mrs. A.B. Wainwright of
HAWAIIANPUNCH. IGLOO COOLER EL01S3 REG. $1999 Jacksonville spent Sunday with their

H.avyduty polyethlyene. 99KEYSTONE Or m0 EASTMAN 910 M sister Miss Mrs.Elizabeth Elsie Norman.visited

.%' j 88REGedild., Iiij 16 ADHESIVE. E,. | sister, Mrs. C.E.Terry Strickland, her in

If d DRINwMakeeggte. Bondamoeteurfaceeper \'"' Gainesville, from Thursday until
t4 I Punch. "', '.' manently. seconds. J noon Saturday. Mrs. Pauline
129M.k. $1.10 XR106[ REQ. $1.49 Kirkland was their Thursday dinner
or XR10B S ,
If ..j guest.
LIGHTER CAMERA ,, -- Mrs. Max Newport, of Orange
By Barb-O-Llte. [j Built-in electronic flash : sse Park and Mrs. Daisy Starling,
fmyQuart: can. 99 10 In visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier on Friday
ft I 9 .
j REG. 79 'cludingt4 400 speed film. evening.
REQ. 524.99 Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham '
y of Maxville, spent a few days at their
DAWN mobile home here.

DETERGENT Friends of Mrs. George Kelly
Prices reflects 10 off label. regret to learn that she Is a surgical
22-ounce bottle. OIL LAMP I TRAY TABLE EVEREADY"C"or"0" patient in St. Vincent's Hospital
PEG.$1.15LIMIT'1 ChooeePrlncesaAnn, Aeorteddealgns. ATTERIESiffs Jacksonville. Our prayers are with,
I' 4afifl Hurricane or RoseS i l King size, metal constructlon. w \ For her. .
SSC!: petal., REQ.$4.49 49' .REQ.$2.99 < A some fleehlighte small appllancel.rectos toys Mrs. Daryel) Martin and children of '
Orange Park were Saturday supper
P : guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr.
FRAM- P-ITURES r= STRAIN & POUR PITCHER and Mrs. Glen Shuford and daughter
Gold& chrome frame pic6Q -_, Plastic construction. ( __ Nancy, her grandmother and husband :
Q lures various er Assorted colors. 2 Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin- :
9 scenes.in. I TJ rn] 99C' REQ. sue botham, of Maxville, and Mr. and :
REG. $9.88 ; '\ D :. Y .rt Mrs. Greg Morgan, Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders Sr., and ,
FORMULA 409 JET X WASHER 30" BAR STOOL daughter, Lisa Mitchell, were Friday' .
CLEANER overnight guests of their parents, Mr.
22-ounce bottle. 86orwlndowe. and Mrs. Albert Samorlsky, of :
All purpose. MODEL NO. 100 _. .. 988 REG 512.99 Jacksonville.Mr. :
REQ. $1.09 LIMIT 1 REQ. $9.9S SYLVANIA. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr., of
FLIP FLASH Jacksonville, visited their mother,

.S, r 1 BluaDotquallty. Mrs. Pierce. Crews on Sunday after ;
*MttB"J880 10 guaranteed t noon. :
LAWN MOWERS & flashes.' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman at-' j
GAS EDGERS H-INCH x 50-FOOT tended a Gospel Sing at the Civic
GARDEN HOSE 9 Auditorium in Jacksonville
3.9 H.P. with" WEEDER on Saturday -
mower Flexible vinylrelnlorced, 1 night.
Brlgg.&fS.ratton II with nylon. Brass fittings. TRIMMERS Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of f:
start REG. 5999 Allatyleaare Lake Worth, spent a part of heir
easy to handle. vacation with their Mr. and
8 8 parents
FAMOUS, ORAND 2 H.P. edger Brlggsl &1 Trims around Mrs. Hermie Kelly. ,"I
A Stratton engine. JO.1603 planters ,
M'ra TCHES "J Left shrubs &.
.a handdes.. treee. LYSOL

or DraeeleL' .' C /"32'.99 band 20% GI".enw..er SPRINKLER 20% Olelntoe'S&Cleanl.6-ounce.DOWLCLEAN. ER M ...Lwcft..., .MrM-Srpi.-...Lary M-a...... ''I

2788' OFFniOULAM distribution for OFF REG. B9" EACH = ea !
healthy gr.... MONDAY.aryl Ml MMSmil A eb.....WUtna .
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REQ. $7.99 jREGULAR = gi in Www. tans Mix. k..M. Fv/d4a., PftlCCB nUUk.TUC8DAY. .
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SERVICE 'Mallow, Now save 25% more on any ];;I ,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF LOTS 2 AND 4. with the local Government OF THE LAND usa,PLAN. ... Hunter the holder Of bo the 1979 for resurfacing elOpproKlmefely 'In-o.un.Testimony. subscribe whereof my I' .. (q, Margar-ute ,. It I
certificate .
THE EIGH'OUUDIOAL .I "' ttfiHif following 40 John* >w.lost Known address I ,
BLOCK +tt nwe*
3ft. *.M. JOHNS Wmprehensfii'Planning CITY OF IA WTlY. filed sold certificate fore nam and_..th* Seal'
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ADDITION TO THE TOWN Act of 1975 a* FLORIDA.An CDUHTOFBRADFOROGDUNTY.! of county rood, of the town la b. : FWJu Box I
BRADFORD COUNTY OF ITARKC AS PER for In Chapter tan deed to be Issued SpectflcaHon HamptOn. fforIdo \ ,j
provided ORDINANCE mending Office affixed th** the '
thereon. The certificate
FLORIDA CIVIL AC- RECORDED INDEED 163 of the Florida the Comprehensive FLORIDA obtained from th 3-Wi day ef September.19T9. YOU ARE ".... I j
number and of touonce.
TION. BOOK i PAGE 629 Statute. land Use Plan Element year ef the Clerk of Circuit A.D.J..ph NOTIFIED that on .. j
CAM NO. 79-374-CA. PUBLIC RECORDS OF and Map by lawtoy, Civil Action No.i!-255. the description Court In the Bradford to rereeJc-se o? inert j
of the and the
BRADFORD COUNTY TO All CMIiens. Tax Florida. In accordance In re the nwraiog of name property In which! It wo County Courthouse N. Werren. on the following...** : .
I M. GAINES Plaintiff FLORIDA.OS and other In with the local. Govern EDWIN KENNETH assessed ore a* follow: "tor..... Florida. The won MayorCommissioner.ATTEST ed property In i
D. tested
v* GREEN. penona.You rent ComprehensivePlanning CAUIIY husband and Certificate No. 114 ding "Paving BkT must : Merrill Edward, County, Florida: I
Defendant.NOTICE set forth 'In the orderof be dearly marked on the
Act of 1975 esP.evld.d VIVIAN WUIENISTRICKIANO Year of Issuance 1977. City Clerk
OF final ludgment. and ooch el you tar In CAULEY.wife. outside of the envelope
Chapter of Property 9132tchg912ONOna lot On ((11 and
NOTICE U that Doled 911179.Gilbert ore horeby and herewithgiven 163 of the Florida : LOT 6 OF PINE ACRES containing the bid. West 20 feet of Lot 2IS.'I
S. Brown Clerkof notice In accordance Statute NOTICE The Board of CountyComml..I.
to a final PARK SIC 03. TWP7S. ..... Block 29. Blonton's
punuont the Circuit Court by with Florida TO: All Cltixen. Taxpayer or ACTIONTO reserve OF the .
doted R-22. lion to Town .1
September /Tonya Hodges, Deputy Statute that the City and other In : VIVIAN, WILLENE the right to reject( anyand INTENTIONTO
12 1979 In Ca. No. CI...k. Council of Lawtey. terested STRICKLAND, CAULEY. Nome ki which asses* all bids submitted REGISTER Hampton M som : ....
79-374-CA of tho Circuit Date of tho first Florida will conduct a and persons.You each of MAILING ADDRESS ed Raymond Taylor at Gilbert S. Brown FICTITIOUS pear of record In .

Court of tho Eighth publication of this Nolle public hearing at a ere hereby and herewith you UNKNOWN. ol., Clerk of Circuit Court NAME Book 1, Pogo 31. I .
Judicial' Circuit In and for of Sale 9/30/79 I In the regular meeting held at given notice In accordance YOU ARC NOTIFIED All' of sold property Bradford County. Public Record of .. I

Bradford County Bradford County 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. with Florida' thai an action for being In the County of 9/13 2tchg 920I. Pursuant to Section ford County Florida
Florida In which L.M. Telegraph. Lawtey. Florida on Mon Statutes that the City dissolution of marriage Bradford, State of B65.09 Florida Statute, In Section 30. "",, "' :: '

GAINES I I. the Plaintiff 9/20 2tchg 9/27. day. October 1. 1979, Council of lawtoy, ha bean filed,,.and you Florida. notice I I. hereby given South. Rang 22 East ''I ?
and ROGER D. GREEN I I. and will' consider an Ordinance Florida will conduct a ore required to serve a Unless such certificate Joseph N. Warren.MayorCommissioner that th* undersigned :
the Defendant. I will tell relating to: public hearing at a copy of your written or certificates snail be of Robert Lamm Rt. 2, Box ho been filed againstyou

to tho highest and best NOTICE OF APPLICATION Amend the, Comprehensive regular meeting hold Ot defense If any to It on redeemed according to the City of Sto,.... 60T-A, Melrose, Fla. and you ore required 'r h 1
bidder for cash at tho FOR AMENDMENTOF Land Use 7:30 p._ at City Hall, petitioner's attorney 1 law the property described Florida by virtue of the 32666. doing business to..ocapyofyour
. East Door of the Bradford Plan to provide that and od- In such certificate or vested to under the firm name of .
THE LAND USE PLAN Lawtoy Florida on Monday who. name Authority me written defenses- : H any '
County Courthouse 'In CITY OF LAWTEY. ,lands currently classified October 1, 197. dress I I. J.J. WOLBERT. certificate will be sold by law do hereby call a "4 C* MOBILE HOME to It on J.J. WOLBERT. I ,
'; Bradford County. Starke. FLORIDA.An RURAL RESIDENTIAL and and will consider on Or- JR.. P.O. BOX 1066. to the highest bidder at Second Primary Election REPAIR Rt. 2, BM 603-A, JR. Plaintiff attorney
Florida betw..n II:00 ORDINANCE amending designated by the plan dlnono relating to: STARKE FLA. 33091. on the court house door In to be held at the City M.Ir.... Fla. 33666 Intends whose address I* 206 j
A.M. and 12 Noon on October the Comprehensive a* YELLOW, be Amend the or before October 17, the month of October. Hall. In the foresald City to register said fictitious South Call Street P.O. 'I I
5, 1979. the followIng land Use Plan Element reclassified to INSTITUTIONAL Comprehensive land 1979 and file the 1979. which Is the II th by qualified voter on name under the
Box 1086. Stark, Florida 4"
described real 1. property and Mop by Lawtey, and designatedBLUE Use Plan to provide that original with the clerk of day of October. 1979. Tuesday September 25 provision of aforesaid 32091 on or before Oc '1
Florida. In accordance the property of this court cither before Doted this 27th day of 1979. A.D., for the pur- statute. tober IB. 1979. and file "
T.W. TATUM AND L.A. service on petitioner's August. 1979.GILBERT pose of electing the Robert Lomm 0_. j
TATUM. HIS WIFE .land currently classified attorney or Immediately S. BROWN following officer; Doted this 6th day of the original with the 1
Institutional and CLERK BY Beuloh Clerk. of the Court eitherbefore
: I
described a. follow.: thereafter; otherwise a September, A.D. 1979 In
PARCEL *IS78. EAST OF designated by the plan judgment will be enteredfor Moody. Clerk of the Or* POLICE CHIEF For Two Bradford County '/' ervlce on Plain ,
FOR YOUR THE RAILROAD AND BE a* Blue be given eneasement the relief demanded cult Court of IrodfordCouftty. Years 4tpd 9121. tiff' attorney or Immediately J
REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN ING A PART OF THE of 20 ft.on the In the petition. Florida. thereafter

BRADFORD COUNTY CALL NORTH HALF OF LOT 51. .tree! side the property WITNESS my hand and 9/6 4tchg 9/27 ONE COMMISSIONER otherwise a default will .

SEC. 26. TOWNSHIP S of Philadelphia Baptist the tool' of this Court on GROUP 4. For Two Year IN THE CIRCUIT COURT be entered against you ,

BILL POWELL SOUTH RANGE 22 EAST Church described a* September 11, 1979. A. OF THE EIGHTH JUDIOAL for the relief.. demanded 1
follow: Parcel 1476 I.of Clerk of the Court. By: NOTICE OF INSPECTORS FOR SAID CIRCUIT IN AND FOR In the Complaint or Petition.

You or. further given Railroad on Mid. Beulah M. Moody A. BID ELECTION: BRADFORD COUNTY .
ESTATE NOTICE that a copy of dleburg Rood. Deputy Clerk. FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION. WITNESS my' hand and

REAL told proposed OR. 9/13'4tchg 10/4. The Board of County Annie P. Holton IN RE J.D. OOOM. JR. the seal. of this Court this
I 111 N. Walnut 964-6464 hr*. DINANCE Is available' for You ore further given" Commissioners of Bradford Ann Woods .' ". AND VERNIE P. DOOM, Sin day of September*
your Inspection at the NOTICE that a ofaid County. Florida will Haven Swink '
Office of the City Clerk NOTtCIOFAPPLICATION Marl Reddish 1979.GILBERT
proposed OR. receive sealed written S. BROWN
50" on water, septic tank light pole and 2" well ready to City Hall Lawtey. DINANCE I I.available for bids In the Office of the Rose McConnell MARGARETTE DEFEN L. CLERK OF THE COURT.

build on. Great fishing I Only $6500. Florida. your inspection at the FOR TAX Clerk of Circuit Court Ruby Howell JOHNSTON BYl (signed) Marlon'

Each and every person Office of the City Clerk, DEEDS.c.191.16 located In the Bradford Peggy Sheller DANT.NOTICE McRo. AS, DEPUTY
having.. any Interest ..... Courthouse, Barbara Vallnskl
Executive homesrtes In nkest area 4 plus acre. each, City Hall lawtoy, County WIT CLERK.
whatever In the enactment Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY Starke, Florida until' Vane R. Best .
with owner financing. Low down payment. Only three of this proposed Each and every person GIVEN that Ernest 10:00: a.m. on October 1, Ella Moo Chastain PROPERTY 9/6 4tchg 9/27.
left. ORDINANCE should op-
having Interest
pear and be heard at the any I
whatever In me enactW10fW I

Want an older homo right down town? W. hove several tlm. and place prescribe Of this 0fOpO4OClORDINANCE

available. Coll for on appointment to sea.On. ed.CITY CITY should appear .

OF LAWTEY COUNCIL.FLORIDA. time and and be place' heard prescrlb-at the cRag. REAL ESTATE LISTINGS

owner. lot financed.In Crystal Lake homesKe 100 US S1SOO down Itpd 9/20. ad.CITY COUNCIL. CITY J I

Mary Hamilton.964-6235 NOTICE FOR OF AMENDMENT APPLICATION Itchg 9/20.

CWO (Rot.) Dom DeSantlogo. 964-5375

Robert McRae, 964 7279
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964-8788 or 96cru ill Cf r

230S N. T.mpl. Av. (U.S.301 N.) .. WtdYF .
[B 2305 N.Tempi. Av*. Real Estate Broker

FHA-VA Con*. Financing AYOII.... Trail REALTYPHONE
STARKE RESIDENTIAL... 301 North Motel Lawley s

-3 BR block carport reduced for Quick Sale to> $18.500. BetB5t.O .
3 '.. I ift jioffij. Excellent Term Home 782-3894
Office 782.3931
-3 BR. garog., fireplace
from. $17.500. INEZ B. STARLING. Associate Eve. 712.300tAll / A. I 0647776Tempi.
3 BR only 2..9 t !)000.O0 .
-2 BR block larg. DR LR A 'lot fireplace $28.000. 200 N, 8.rke, Florido,
2 BR. t B..s'6 |C*. 2Gl Geed Term .BRAND NEW '38R. 2BA.a,7 a* $.. .000. plb IN' 4
-Prime acres on U.S. 301 with 160 It. frUntage. Ov.r VXsq >' .l tR, 1 itothjCl.-worfcs!yaJ L\\tI'tM\! ft $Oe.F.* art2S1. 1R, 2BA' C'-'vl'/"Ot/A' ...M. tu-wo-Vt Ac S13.SOO. _UJrM PtOPU-IN ( 1
\ ... '': )'' "l LIYiIfO SEE \jf VA'/FHA
ft. central! heated and' lred bloife building. Storogff t >I rfMf JCJM|.**" i*%1 *or*'' ,.,*Jl >.*. "* "*' <* vacuum.1t' I. 11.. C. 1.20 ac 120.000. TODAVFOR R CONVENTIONAL
.. _
.t" self
buildings Ov.r 9000 sq. ft. of concrete S parking space : FINANCING

88000. t Bath Family room, carpet A/C South..... Immaculate cleaning oven*; FPt fni 10 A. Sh.4. 120.000
.m on A. IU.000. |
379 ft. of land on U.S. 301' with water C sewer $67,000will $28.500.00. 20 Ac Peswre 510,000

divide. 10 A. Fenced S18.000 SPECIAL
Successful 4 station beauty parlor. Th. Looking Glass In 2 BR, 1 Bath clean t -. $28.000. Good term CenHtA 3 IR. 2BA. CB. CH/A 1.30' Manymall Track
W/W .. Ac. Shady $46,500.
carpet family .m
Starke Ploia Present owner will remain as op.rotor.On Terms
ly $9,000 which Includes $8000 worth of equipment and 3BR. 2 IA 1,600 Sq. Ft. BEST SELLER"HOW TO PROSPER DURING
stock 3 Acre with 3 bedroom home HaM..... area. CH/A FPL Fm Rm Carport Selvage" V..T..I..ulpo.u OntuSL.JYf2l. THE COMING BAD YEARS" BY HOWARD

KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex' with.90 ft. on waterCOUNTRY 3 Bedroom. Jy coq la/d I t tfj'fMilc' Central. Hoot C AirMobile m-wt. Vehicle' Hame. 301 BOOM IN SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE
Hom"" .-- <<.J 38R. FR. 8.2 Ac ... .000. North. .

CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR 3 bath double 2 Bedroom I Bath, could' close Its porch for 3rd Bedroom. tatsealaeaas.. aew SHOWCASE
stone exterior. ,with 4 beautiful ecr. ef 'lend workshop I I
garage with utility $80,700. .... .. PROPERTIES.1NC.Reeltor

MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. 1 bath block with 16x32 pool' on Ontu Prim commerclel-20' choice esres 301N.
4 BR, IB, 2 acres Klngsley lake. are.
.1.4 acres $48.000. 620 W. Adkln.. N.... fenced home 13000.
Real Estate BOX 1338 MulM-pwrpese furnished epts. cottage 10,000..
B ecr pasture lend, high A dry. .1FT n
WALDO 28R block, CFIIA.In town> $24.000.
3 '/ Acres Hempton.re. Include, welt .."... S llgh Lake St. Ocala block-nice' tree 27500.
LAWTEY Gorog. -30 M 50 ft. with 4 Lays and small office pole. ; 964-7828 986 tf. ,Temple 473-4903 Store ft apt*. en 301-$27,500.

bldg. 345 ft. frontog. on US 301 $33.400. 7000' sq. ft. CB bldg.' en Rd. 16W. '

10 ecres pasture 'lend high S "wIth.' ...; tree. 3 BR. 1 B. from., nice, 2 from. out building, double CB Owner need. to sell. 3 Great property ... tram Holiday INN.

6.68 acres with 351 ft. on US 301 10 x 4d home with awning and chain link fence -$20.000 owner 79 acres $1,000 pr. ecre. CB horn on Water St. Lerge opt.complex 301 $70.000 good cash flow

financed. Nice double wide on Ralford Road 1 acre lot 3 BR. 1 B. $30.000. Cell St. comm self lot x190'.S9.900..
80 ac.... Merlon County. > Cell St. commercial 33S'xB6'.S19.BOO.

Horn Income Comfortable 9 room frame home large frame dwelling on 3 acres with 2 mobile home rental Inflation Fighter. .Ide.l. Country Club iota 1 acre _h.UOIO. _h.

(appro 2.000 sq. ft.)good condition Ig* modern kitchen We "IIIS IoiiiyD/tacit Creek. *, excellent buy. r Investment opportunity Pretty let-nice trees-........ Rd. under $6,000.Hempton .

dishwasher stove, ref.. 3 or 4 bedrooms, approx. 50 Residential. neighborhood. Oeks let S7.BOO seer L.k.
rental mobile homes, 1 extra hookup present 3 Bedroom 1 bath hem e* Semesen Luke Lake Sent F lot Alechuo' $16.500.
pecan trees 3 Green Acres-Irlck home on large lot with pecan trees, 3 Access to Crystal Leke. County
income $400 mo Room and loned for moraMH' Horn (commerclel) I rentel cottage Medlsen $22,500.
setup lek. restricted Broker Owner BR, 28, large out building mobile home, 2 let*.
., nice garden space on 6 acres $65.000. owner Crosby : eree.. $13.000. 13 ester 301 & Merge Rd. $39.000.

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financed. 100 x 100 lot In town. $3,000, Graham area, 1 and 2 acre lot on graded ,road terms
available. WE NAVE A 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME FOR tlASt $210.

four counties,1 1 MO. LAST IN ADVANCE. 100.00 DAMAGE
LOTS ft ACREAGE In MM Sterege 18 unit' with little er tie vecends et oil FIRST MO.

Including: 2 acre A up lowtey or_. time*. else fro So,. ... office .,.., extr let with plentyof 80 acres, mostly cleared paved rood 'frontage, Union O.POSIJ.IMMID'Art OCCUPANCY.SMALL .
Owner financed $3,000 per acre. perking.large County between Ralford and lake Butler.

7.11 Acres Equity B Assume 9'/% mtg $17,200. Service Station with .nice office spec S extra Very nice 2 BR 28.CB on paved,road CH/A. Crystal Lok. ... 16 W attractive CS home en 1 ere $26.500.

building ON 1 acre land.Equipment Included pump could' horn .It... MOVING Pretty _,..1... 335-heme ft large. shop $23.000.
36.35 acres 1340 ft. on 'US :301 Good Investment.. at be ... ...... Sell er Lease. \' .' Furnished. MH 1 _.., SR100 S SR235-mke offer!

$56.500. 20 to 29% down 1$ yrs at II'/ % Doubl..wld.'CH/A. on permanent foundation acre lot, luxurious 38R JBelh with EVERYTHING I "'.tOO.
Commercial' bldg. e i lot with frontage e* Weshlngten. $tOM rear porch added out buildings. Whispering Pine OUT OR 610 Mitten Terrace 3 BR 2 B Convenient Ucetlen.

160 Acres -good rolling land paved"rood frontage at on. 12 greet ova, ranch style home $...000.

ly $1.000 per acre will split. Sunoco Stale. with *em* equipment. 2ir frentog Single wide MH on acre lot front porch added out Investmentrentel. Cell S Bey St. $...000. -

.m Sole could here ... .1'-- to 'a with... ..... building just off>> 301-South of. Stark. MOVINGUP1 606 W. Mo4I.... -I, story IU.IOO-toIc.Iat.

Beautiful'wooded lots for home In restricted area. $2.500 Let seer Country dub KWxIJf $ .IOO en Rd. 230.

and $3.000 with 29% down 5 years on balance at 9V.%, Appro 200' frontage Hwy 301 N. 1 M CB bouse. II% acre of land off Foreyth Rood no Improvement 35 ecres-neet home e* .... 16 Will divide. ,

MANY MANY OTHERS DON'T BE SORRY VOUDIDN'T Nice let beslrfg-, > l-yU.J 44 .ISO ........... good land. c Cemterteble home pretty ground 1308 hen.Cemmercl .
l let $14.000.
: : G next to Terwllleger Realty
with Energy Efficient B* t S CHftA an Searing. St.
.. SVEfmHINO ONITlllll'1 1 1 let u* shew. yea eur Mobil House Perk we.haw for Sale.We COMMERCIAl-301 north building.
"WE SELL THE EARTH AND I ,: !. Florid kerne trailer fish. pond, large forage ...I00w.

Office Ileum Mea.-S S. 9 am to B pm.Eves. have M.H. .let S .let* for ........ cell u* today fee.... 2 BR.1 IM B''lR;OR:large 'laundry room garage CH/A,on Deluxe MH en Euclid t Epperse St.

.A Suts. by ppo.ntment... ........... 3 acres almost new and;,.,spotless, off" SR ... eli FUHNi/Ufft Sstete en Lake Genev fine 'Investment.jH.way30.HJ .

VENINOSl'' ',. Nice 1% Acre .let (2). I Largo 2 story In town perfect: for 2 apartment. J3 REALTY

R64.20. Brywi Reahe inilen'. c. Peerse* IoovtIfuI seNls' wfth roc-. ftt. pear a .... 11 .ewe. Beautiful Brick home In town with 4 BR, 2 '/* B,LR. DR.FR ..two.964-7700

Brker/$4t eefI iWayne eke I ... 2 Beth. fenced S ewes feed' S eons*. MOM hiI. with fireplace pool 'large lot and plenty of storage 393 N,Tempi AWMUO WADE A. I Ern! REG. UDKEA

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prt.vedea.ture :
I. Deugto OHIco Menthe '. .. f space, many extras. mall 2..._. house IntBtWft
......../$..._ 96431B ...... OWHO? win hold Lawt
$ 228, priced et S2.7W.08 .,.
acres aco
Hwy per *
9646S93Dvld lake horn with BR 2B, corner lot.
BUtler-torge ...... to qualified ...,.,. ,
_. eaea. R.ia.lo y .
E. Dyal JvdeM.edy 40 acres off Morgan Rood. wW held 1 Acre lot Near Country Club $3.250 1
s.rpo4.ew.3II.1 Ac
A..eclete' MR. IB. CeH. HA, w/w IB owner
Associate46B122S Atsocle .,. 3 Acres State Reed 230-A 21,9'+0
964-0613 9616812 X t '. ...... Only
.. '" 3 BR, 14 B, Milton Terrace almost' new very nice.
., From I
ecre :; 1 Acre Lot (For Mobil Horn) $2,++0
I I. Reem I V .bath
... )/1'., j Hampton Lake Beautiful large .home with 3 BR. 38 LR 20 Acres Hlway 100 We.t ,$27,+90 I
2BX, IB. Apt. k* tow, w/w ... A/C, I t ...... smelt. .......y ..
"" with fireplace DR. FR, 'otIo. garage. CH/A, 'lovely lot. sueltfted.. buyer. 11 Acre. Hlwoy 301 North $22.500 j

1M Apt. In ..... ; ':r.:fr* ,; "\; : ".::- S Acr*. Mlwoy 301 North $12.4'0 j l

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CountYJYReluctant To Rides'
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A public bearing on said the Regional Planning Council ".t wiO create another layer of more stringent than the county would
ii ::; division regulations for- Bradford (RFC) has pushed Bradford's plan to bureaucracy" said Attorney Hardy l like.R.
County, with developers and builders the back burner. arguing a subdivision plan corgi be won't CommissionebuUderithey're
especially invited is set for 10 a,m. However, Commissioner E.W. challenged in court on grounds that it used to It,
Oct. l at the county commission Hodges, who sits on the Regional was not approved by a qualified It win hurt the small jdgyeloper of
meeting. Planning Council, and Gaines both engineer.Engineers. 15-20 acres: Hodges sale Larger
A county commission reluctant to said that RPC Executive Director are like attorneys and developers are geared toTfteet subdivision
/ wI adopt more rules to regulate bow a Charles Justice has promised that CPA'., said Commissioner Shuford, regulations he added:
f. property owner can divide up his land work will be resumed oa Bradford's they all for sale as lots discussed the proposed plan."I'm. Another work session with Gaines pointed out the proposed
subdivision regulations proposed by of the opinion he'll (Justice) developers present was suggested by subdivision regulations set standardsfor
Zoning Board Director L.M.Calm at go ahead and push It through now," Attorney Hardy, and board set that orderly growth, and protects the
a luncheon meeting Tuesday,Sept.11, Hodges said meeting for the same day as itsregular county from haphazard developmentswithout
in the Garden Restaurant.Fear Gaines said the parts of the comprehensive meeting, Oct. 1. roads that meet county
of hurting the small land plan dealing with zoning I'm trying to get us to adopt specifications. The proposed regulations
owner who wants to divide up 15 or 20 regulations and capital Improvements something before we are forced to," control sanitation to an extent,
: acres to sell as lots was the chief concern must be completed by said Gaines, predicting it won't be roads, drainage, and allows
: of the commissioners E.W. Sept. 30 or a $11,000 federal grant the long before one layer or government developers to divide lots into smaller
I k Hodges, a builder himself, said county has received to work on the or other orders the county to adopt sizes provided a water system is in
developers and builders are used to plan will be In Jeopardy. subdivision regulations which may be stalled.
such regulations and can live with the Other than roads what will subdivision ... ..
".W. Scott tells rocks and things but he also sells these parasol hats..AVell. regulations proposed by Gaines, regulations do, Commissioner -----u -- --" .

I' there's something for everyone at the flea market. which Commissioner Hodges said are Shuford persisted.It .
not nearly as strict as in other coun will give outside developers Tim
regulations to follow, Gaines said so Murphey's.Back
more on Flea Market....... /.from page lAt ties.Gaines said his staff has reviewed they can develop an area and leave
subdivision regulations from 10 other the county with roads to maintain that
One couple said they've been comingto And one little girl solemnly explained counties and the ones he has proposedfor do not meet specification Board ,
the market almosi;: every weekend she liked the flea market becauseof Bradford have the least control members argued that can't happennow h+,x'11 : In Town With His First LP
for nearly two years. "all the toys" possible and still contain the because the county refuses to accept -
necessary regulations. roads not built to specification.
"We don't always go away with The county already has policy of 'You've got to have some control POETS NEED
something but It sure is fun lookin'," Home's Restaurant not accepting roads unless they are over outside developers. That's really
said Anna who was enthusiastically paved and meet county specifications what I'm interested in." Gaines
telling her partner Bob she was go- Ha Fire DamageAn said Commissioner Dave said He said the county wiii have out THE RAINOn
ing to buy some ducks. Shuford, asking Gaines why subdivision side developers coming in when the
regulations are also needed. Housing Finance Authority bond
Anna has been on both sides of the early morning fire Friday, Sept. "The county has a plat law. What's money is available for loans.
flea-market business and because of 14, destroyed part of the interior and the use in subdivision (S/D) regulations Hodges asked how the regulations On Windy Rock RecordsDean
that she said she doesn't haggle over roof of Home's Restaurant In Lawtey ," county attorney Dudley Hardy would butt the small land owner. Attorney Tim Murphey takes a
prices with the merchants."I The fire was reported by two passIng asked Gaines. Hardy said It would be an increased Johns pass against St. \ l J /
truck drivers at approximately Gaines said S/D regulations are a expense because of August He also prevented an SA ( )
saw one guy run over an electric 5:10: a.m. There were no injuries as required element of the comprehensive topographical information requiredby e
shaver and give it to the customerhewas the restaurant was not open at the plan being developed for the the proposed regulations which it touchdown with a beautiful tackle -- '-"""
so mad about the guy trying to time. county by the Regional Planning would take an engineer to draw up. from his alley polstlon. V..:: / N-x"
bargain with him" she said. The fire reportedly started in the Council. In answer to why completionof Gaines said the day is coming when .
For others though bargaining is grill area In the kitchen, according to the comprehensive plan is taking so the county will have to hire an At LEE-SAN Record Shop and MAC'S Music Store
half the fun of shopping at the open- Fire Chief Bill Grouse. He said long over three years now, Gaines engineer.
air market. It's a place where the firemen had to cut through the roof to
bargainer feels good for getting get to the fire."Sometimes, "'- .
something for less than expected and we have to cause a little .
the seller feels good for moving some damage to keep a fire from w. ..... .
more merchandise. spreading," Crouse explained.
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more on Voting.......... (from page I IA)
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Silcox fought for Mayor- Holiday stressed he was not makingrace
Commissioner Joseph Warren's an issue in this election, but he '
removal on the grounds that the felt a more equal representation was
special election in 1973 entirely needed for the city.
abolished the position of mayor as Holiday was unavailable for com
described in the city charter. Silcox Is ment on his latest campaign effortshe -
the only commissioner still on the is out of town, according to his
commission since that election. wife, Theresa Holiday.
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"I have a 12th-grade education but I !
I keep abreast of national and FIRST PRIMARY A r B A t I
regional affairs and I try to work with / i
the people here fairly and honestly" RESULTS
Silcox said.
9 100% 1'IX1'URJDDWOVEN >!<: ..

"I'm not ready to give up my jobas POLYB8TERDR2S8
( commissioner) just yet," Silcox Police Chief SLACKS I
t' added with a smile. FOR MEN r
He added he thought it was great Jimmy Bowen 653 1 asyI
that Holiday entered the race..and Jimmy Epps 489
111 Holiday appeared quite happy last Julius Eunice 309 10.88 era.
.. Tuesday when the election results >e $.NTH 4K.CAftOUNA TIMIM VIH1L LAWN CtUUII __ $ FOa
Group 2 CommissionCharles Try Oft tar rw vans
City and
ou. IKOUNT JlftJOII" OUR 0I8C0UNT ft .
In.Holiday OUR DISOOUN1' /
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Schaefer 942 duce wAtl- q
J J who is the construction Joe Warren 436 44if PAC.w7s =:M I=== ?i
business, is a first-time candidate anda 7.88sari.

newcomer to Starke. He said he Group 4, City CommissionVernon ..... _
.. grmuI. Maw arnrule qiMMy SplytperMnolNenrlylS UI Dwe61e vlrMap.p sn wlssy I _
1 entered the race because he felt it was Silcox 684 a..0. pool elr -.y and sl..ts pr roIL WMle, colors. at vocal eater. at.N h.... \ N4 ,
time he began taking part in his George Holiday, Jr. 513 Ib._ look up it ass low prtoel folaaanp tN la .w/. ,, al Jb
government. Mary Ellen Peterson 233 ,
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Legate HANOti 1 FLASN0/1 p.

A.*l.tant Unlled'Stol... 97 PLAIN B/UI w I .!
11 k: UNITED STATES South, Range 22 East Attorney, Attorney for omop 1.97 r f 7IrIicI "
9 DISTRICT COURT Bradford County and Plaintiff 920tchg
;' MIDDLE DISTRICT from Mid point of beginning 10/11 WIRUPTOaef' :
II OF FLORIDA run North 88 53'
JACKSONVILLE 30" East 395.0 feel; th.n NOTICE OF 0 '
DIVISION run South 1 1. 13' 30" East, INTENTIONTO ;
90.0 feet. then run South REGISTER I -.' ..
AMERICA. Plaintiff VS feet, hen run South I* NAME -c' TUWWIC VALMS AT fUCLCS LOW PWCC1BAOLI /
13' 30" East 32.69 feet,
Defendant. Court No. then run South 88'53'30" Pursuant to S.ctlon vasT ; \
79-124.Civ-J.M. We t. 2 S.0 feet; then 864.09. Florida Statute, ... c 4.96 15.88 !
NOTICEOF run North 1 I' 13' 30" notlc. It h.r.by given -
SALE Wart 122.69' to the point that the undersigned' S dwchePuulpnr.dyaeuanad d.d.t f
Notice, I i. h.r.by giventhat of beginning. Richard Bloodgood. Rt. 2. keg. Ilings.MLKInwssrW'.g.s.1e..
pursuant to a Final Subject however to Box 224E. Keytlone Ht*.,
Decree of Foreclosure taxes if any due for the Flo. 32646. doing If.\: a .
entered year 1979 bulne und.r the firm 4-PC.
1979 by the on above August entitled 29. at public outcry to the name of "MIMI OF ATP FLUID SIlKO AWFM NANDWOVIN ( RI I SHOUT SLUVS Milers pvC
t. omisssHNrrs
Court In the above highest and belt bidder AMERICA STORAGE J JACKtT.SJMJLJO.(
tyled caute, the under- for coth ot the hour of UNITS. Rt, 2, Sax 62 8.88 1.00 X88 3.93 9.88
ligned United Stale. 1200 o'clock Noon on 224S.Key.fone Ht*.. Fla.
Martha! or any of hi. duly October 24, 1979 at the 32646. Intend to W osacouu..ca WfR[ .VERE teK
outhorlied deputie front door entrance of regliter said flctltlou
will, tell the property the Bradford County name und.r the provision &
.,tuo'. In Bradford County Courlhouie at Slarke. of oforoald '- r r
Florida, detcribed a*: Florida. Dated ttatute. .
For a point of beginning September 13, 1979. Richard Bloodgood, _
ft. Gro....
comm.nc. at the George owner. :
Northwe' corn.r of the United 5'0'' .. Marshal Dated this 20th day of .
Northwett' Quarter of Middle Dlttrlct of September, A.D., 1979 'L :
the Southwell Quarter Florida at Keydone Height, Fl. COTTOfIfPOi < FOLVEaTlRi
of Section 3, Township 7 Curtis Fallaatter, 9/201tchg 10/11 OAUWSPOUTTTMIXELBCTWC QAL.wIeyi F.V A, GAL MCULATtO SHOUT MOTTO elaivts EML (w.SLACKS.PULL-OM TO-H POCKET

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(Lids 5) w5Rsa wAe fat wa r11 was rile was iM pgCga.T P sc* wpgses MMCOS. OtSC. PRIG wMaactKicrosl
To All The' Fine Folks

:! In The City of Starke, t

ForThe Support You ..W '

r:} Gave Me. I Appreciate Your Assistance.

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I Will Always Be Grateful For The Opportunity

t'I" J Of Meeting So Many Of You In My Burin a PC.rtlT LUOAAO4 MOPSACX CASUAL
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Jr ; -- Keystone Indians Visit Bears WHW ::1

k f qi In Battle of 1-1 District 4 Teanj 1 il


"It could be a turning point for us, the third period. Keystone JV Coach lag at backs out of the I
It's a real big game" Rodney Nelson, scouted moon 01 for the long
Bean la their wino over Two big *.a lUi|-.
Head Football way Keystone High brought back the report that Cross City (no. 7s, soph HI) and ) back&ld1j'stead
Coach Pott Valentinopreviewed plays close to the vest, fundamental (no.70.Jr to-anchor. :
aw the Indian Friday night football. live and defensive
visit to Cross City, emptfisis on the 're big real big but not that Bean. Offensively they
i'eal. quick/'Nelson said. pro-set wingbsck: set tight
Keystone pulled off at taut a mild "From all we know there's nothing aide the plait for WocWrRobson i:!
upset: In topping\ Gainesville P.K. fancy about them"Valentino agreed. .
Vonge week while the Bean "They rely on their quarterback and scored both Bear Tto's verC?
w of Cross qty nudged by Union County come right at you." sus Union County-one on a 17 yards I
1J-6.That leaves both teams 1-1 and at Nelson calls diminutive QB Roger bootleg sweep,the other on a one vr4. R
the crossroads. Robson (no. II, S-7. ISO "the best 1 eak. .J';"...
';R athlete they've got'1 He's a runner Defensively Cross aty locks t"' ,
4 41i U "They're 1-l In the district toM not a thrower. The Bean threw only same as KlUIS-a M front witbj I,
and we're 1-1 In the district and six times against Union County, look- monster man. I':
neither team can afford to lose to stay
In contention for the district" Valentino .
ventured after working his troops :
through a Tuesday afternoon practice
session "Potentially, this could really
Tornado wlngback Edward Hamilton pass reception.on the drive that gave BUS It's only score In It will also be the first time the two (tnf I
schools have met on the gridiron since
I Valentino came to KHHS three yean 'Birds

I.I Palatka ViitBUSTornadoes ago. Buddy ; ,

"Beating P.K.put us right back In ItjUbe ,a2 :' j jJ
district race) because Collings I
. Look ReboundBradford Hawthorne got beat"the Indian men-
f fjW
to ',tor figured. "Now we have all the J tSirmones i .
teams ahead of us left on our :,

High's Tornadoes look to middle on qulck-l tUlII dives or faking week-to-week thing from now on," ,'I schedule. Sport Editor Thru I :-:G. I
bounce back from last week's 39-7 the dive play to run the outside op Hartley said Monday. "We want to Cross City lost its opener to 4-AA
thrashing at Gainesville Eastslde tion. They have both speed In the get roUttle more competition back leader New berry 21-7 but was knotted ........t.-r-.I ... ,I?" ;
when they host perennial rival backfield and size up front but judging 'with the 2-0 Panthers 7-7 until late inThe .
Palatka at 8 p.m. Friday night from their first two outings have When the Jacksonville Firebirds host the American Bowl,the American Football -, 1
Both teams are 1-1 as the Panthers yet to get untracked offensively. Association's Super Bowl. Saturday, Sept.,29, at least one local represea. *,. (
used New Smyrna Beach mistakes to Junior quarterbacks Morgan tatlve should be on the Firebird roster. '"' 1
sneak by the Barracudas 7-0>> last Parkinson (no. 20. 169) and Clayton Carlton Faulk now an assistant JV football coach: at Bradford High figures to- )
week. They were ripped by Beauford (no.a, 180) alternate at the g mUt be the Firebird's' starting nose guard for the title game. He started against !
Gainesville High 414 in their opener controls of the wishbone. They also Alabama last week in the 'Birds 28-21 semifinal win. -. ?
(while BHS was opening, 18-0 over like to send Brown and one halfbackoff Faulk. who prepped at Jax Englewood (he lived in Bradford until eighth I
Macclenny). tackle with the third back follow- grade) before playing at Troy State, is a featherweight as pro nose guards go-
NFL or AFA-weighlng in at just over 210 pounds.
ing the blocking.
"This game (Palatka-BIIS) Is power Lake, RegionMONITOR Former BUS-Georgia Tech tight end Dane Sewell also might be on the !
always a traditional game with a lot "They have shown some run-and- Firebird roster for the American Bowl. He has worked with the Jacksonville
of both sides," noted Tor- shoot offense (a two wingback, man-
pride on team in recent weeks since returning home from a tryout with the OklB4- .
nadoe Defensive Coordinator Mike in-motion passing formation) this Raiders. .
Sexton. "Our pride was bruised last year too and I guarantee you after Dannie,one ef the all time BUS greats as a twe-tbne aO stater fat I both featMlland ;
week. We'd like to redeem seeing the Eastside film they'U run The Union County
.aD'OItO eo' basketball went to the Raider camp as a free agent a.4 slack utU AH Pre-
ourselves." some run-and-shoot against us, i Dave Casper broke his contract holdout and returned to the practice field. Toe
"1 look for a much improvedteam Huns noted, figuring Palatka may iitikgraPl1 iI liMES Raiders kept two tight ends while Casper works himself back into shape,letting:
agreed Tornado Head Coach see the Tornado secondary as easy I Sewell, the number three TE, go. '
David Hurse, also looking as the game. "We know how to play the run- M.lacla.lllenry, another BUS JV coach: who was the answer to the Firebirds
Palatka game as a way to get back on and-shoot as well as anybody (Lake SUPPLEMENT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH UNION early season defensive backfield troubles, almost surely will miss out on the
the right track. "We had a long talk Brantley can attest to that after BHS' COUNTY TIMES. AND LAKE REGION MONITOR American Bowl.A bruised thigh sidelined Malachi Just after the midway point' in-
with the kids Monday. They realizewe 17-7 win over that run-and-shoot teamin September 20.M7 the season and ho says he's missed to much practice to get beck into a game:
had a poor team effort against the Elk's Bowl) but if our secon- ," situation! by the end of the montht ',. r-
don't and hit ? "
East aide. dary people come up +
If the Tornadoes are to use Palatka that won't do any good." I hated to hear it and hate to report It but former Union County Tiger star OW
as a springboard to better days they'll As for personnel changes only Inside: Keystone,, Gets let Win..... (see page 2B) II. Sirmones is apparently through with football-losing his battle with an Injury
have to stop the Panthers power Secondary Coach Mike Hartley of the Jinx that has stunted what might have been a brilliant grid career Since he signed.
game. Palatka, under first year BHS camp signaled that possibility. Pop Warner,,Start* ..... (see page OB) with the University of North Alabama.
coach Bob Lyle, runs a three-back "We've opened things back up as
wishbone offense, sending fullback far as starting positions in the defen- more....... .(see pace 2)
Lewis Brown (no. 36. Jr 173) up the sive backfield and I think it'll be a

1Ii:_ ___ ___ ..........11001I.' _"" I .fiij!II T_ 101" ......
Versus Hlglilv-Reenrde d Chiefland

... En 4;J af Yrr 5lAie Cantin..... .k O-2/Tigers Face; Road Toughie :1

Save Huindr d'. Dr Dall rs ; ., "- '. .;;: _, .--- '-;- -- ... t v,. .. \., '

The Tigers of Union County will be seniors, especially, the trenches. ley) does a lot of everything for 'em
out to bust a two-game losing habit "CJ efJand will kill on the line offensively," Thomas said of the
Friday night but a win won't be easy of ," Chiefland attack. "He'll run the,to*:
scrimmage previewed Tiger
Chlefland at side and outside veer." It Ander<
plckin's as they call on Head Coach Jimmy Thomas before was
the indiana home den for an 8 p.m. son who scored both Indian TD's
the first practice session of the week
T Tr
last week. In 1978
game. Newberry
Monday. "They're real big, andthey're
, he ran for almost 900 yards from his
Chiefland Is 1-1 after being trimmedby aggressive. signal-calling slot.

a sixth-ranked Newberry 21-14 last Big they are. Players like Will Halfback Schrader Jackson(no.83,
{ week in a game many saw as the 18S picked 80 yards rushing
Hardee (no. 78, 233 pounds), James up
early-season championship tilt In Rome (no. 89, 225) Michael Blakeno. against Newberry, giving him e
District 5-AA. The Indians, who were ( 88,225), and Rob Alexander (no. team-leading total of 227 yards In two
rated sixth In AA before the loss end-
78, 190) fill the trenches for the In- games for the season.
ed the game with the ball on the Panther dians. They run a basic 50 defense Even with the personnel Chiefland
10 yard line.They are now faced Thomas says-"a big 50 defense" he has, Thomas is worrying more about
with a must-win situation! to stay alive his 0-2 club than the .
noted. "They base a lot of their foot- opponents."We
In the race for a playoff spot. ball on their defense." beat ourselves last week
Chiefland t comes off back-to-back (against Cross City),"Thomas noted
"-2 playoff seasons with a nucleus of "Lacy Anderson (QB, no. 17, 6-1, "We're gonna make some changesthis
week and go after 'em." When
asked, Thomas said the changes will

Steal Of The Week STARKE fIRESTONE be name In any personnel.new starters though for the he week.didn't
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PageIB September

Indians Upset P.K. Yonge 14-7

Keystone High rolled back the Blue a The Blue Waves threatened early
Waves of PK Yonge Friday night.
in Keystone by unleashing a After receiving a Blue Waves puntat r r n vd ,
devastating offensive attack in the the 45, Keystone was In punting
final quarter to score two situation (fourth and four)
touchdown three plays. A fake punt, however
Tied 0-0 after three quarters was thwarted by the PKY defense and
Keystones Jim Gruenwald recovereda the Blue Waves began their second
Blue Wave bad punt snap on the possession from the PKY 49.
opening play of the final quarter to set After marching: to the Indians' 18, J 1
up the tint score of the game. Star. the Waves were penalized 15 yards for r 9I ''M
ting at the PKY 30 yard line, fullback ,.: holding. On third and 18 from the 33,a h > ii 1
Morry Cravey rambled three and 11 .."; .. i5: dSenior completed pass gained 10. However,
yards for a first down. Kenny Jennings F" on fourth and nine from the eighteen
followed oa a counter play to the .4..1. another pass fell Incomplete andKeystone
I left side of the line for another 14 \ :..;. ., ; regained po aea.n.
yards while shaking off two would-be Another three plays for Keystone's
PKY tacklers. On first down at the Marry Cravey made thenuMl offense gained six yards (again) and
of called Into action
two, Steve Corbett gained one and being a. a this time Cravey punted.
quarterback David Hurner got the running back last week-gaining 71 Starting on Ita own 44 PKY drove to
final yard on a sneak for the score. yard award.and a Player of the Week the Keystone 20 for a first down. The
Cravey circled light end for the two Indian defense dug in and another
point conversion. The Scoreboard fourth down pass fell Incomplete.The .
clock showed 9:38: left in the game and and provided running backs Cravey, second quarter began during
Keystone had nudged ahead !8-0. Corbett and Jennings with enough the latest PKY drive and Keystonehad

The Indians upped their score to 14 room to scamper for 107 yards possession with 9:17 to go In the '_ ,, h ._ .. ," \ .: ," .-.
points eight minutes later after fore rushing and six first downs in that half. But, again Keystone was faced "" : .,!!II" 'y' .. I"prw"\.t.: '" .1\ : vo_

after to punt in a crucial their quarter alone. with a fourth down after only three Union IV Tigers corral Keystone running back Jim White keeping Watte la check most of the'night as Keystone lop-
the first score. Starting at The defense, which had allowed plays. Waves to the PKY 39. In the picture above but the Baby Tigers bad a bard time pod UCHS 200.
own 36. the Indians drove 64 yards in seven first downs and over 100 yards The Blue picked up one first
11 plays. Again, Horner went the final rushing In the first half "between the down before a key quarterback sack
yard for the TD. Cravey's kick for the by Walt Boney and Gary Bonner
20 yard lines, Valentino noted, gave
PAT failed but Keystone led 14-0 with up only four first downs and 68 yards helped to stymy the latest PKY Keystone Stings Union 20-0 in IV Play;
only 1:59: left in the game. Key plays rushing in the second half. A droppedpass march.
were two 17 yard bunts by Cravey by a Wave receiver in the end After Corbett picked up one yard up
and a 10 yard sneak by Hurner.Keystone zone helped. the middle, Hurner kept the ball 10

--. ,-...:-..._ .. yards on a sneak to rack up Both Teams Play Tonight at 7:30P.M.
"They were bigger than we were keystone's first and only first down in -
but in the third and fourth quarters the first half. Hurner followed with
r when they were wearing down, we two pass completions to Boney and Keystone's junior varsity Indianawon "Again our defense was just way for both of Self scores, and QB
their second
in as "
were still fresh," Valentino figured. Jennings for 13 yards but a 15 yard game many phenomenal, praised KH Coach Rob Durocher.
starts while Union
High's Baby Nelson after his club's second White busted loose much of the
"And defensively muffed
we got more aggressive penalty a chance for a first
fell lOWS
Tigers to 0-2) as topped
shutout win. "Our defensive night with 128
the straight finishing yards gained
second half. down and possible long drive for a
Union 204 in JV action in
first half TD. Keystonelast tackles (Kent Gann, who had 11 for the game with Self and Greg
Credited with good offensive line Cravey punted from his 38 to the Thursday night. tackles Jeff StaUlngs, John Lafleur, Prichard near the 40 yard mark.
play was center Mark Ables; guards, Blue Wave 28 with 1:29: left in the half. Tonight Keystone put its unbeaten and Richard O'Donoghue) just controlled Soggy weather beforehand made
Danny McGovern, Daniel Hughes and Time ran out with PKY In possessionon mark on the line against things and (linebacker) Bruce passing the ball difficult
Scott Adams; and tackles, George the KHHS 44. neighborhood rival Interlachen, a Sapp did a fine job. We continued to dl V VJV .
Payne and Gary Bonner.On team that topped Hawthorne 20-0)last gang tackle." "I've had a lot of these kids playing
Hurner came out passing In the
Sunday, Valentino and his assis- second week while the Union Jayvees look ball since eighth grade and the experience -
half on the first play with a com for their first win Union Coach Lawson admitted "
tant coaches reviewed the game films against Newberry. Jerry shows, noted Nelson
and announced that Cravey and pletion to Cravey.The play covered 12 Both games start at 7:30: and are road his offense couldn't get untracked 'They're smart kids and they're
Hurner have been named as "Players yards from the Keystone 41 to the games for Keystone and UCHS. against the Baby Indians. reliable. We have only 30 yards total
PKY 47. A was forced when
of the Week." punt Keystone dominated last week's in penalties in two games so
quarterback-defensive. "Morry his first start or the three running plays followed the pass enounter, rolling up nearly 200 yardson "Overall we l showed a great deal of The best previous win rar"t' a
back David Hurner scored both Indian yearin( pace of injured Billy and gained only live yards. the ground and not allowing the improvement over the first game but Keystone High JV team was t
touchdowns. Starting at Its own three, PKY picked Baby inside the KHHS 30 our offense was still inconsistent,"
Coursey) and he rose to the occasion Tigers yard year when the Baby Indiana were 24.
up two first downs before having to Lawson said. "Tony Honour gave us
stated Valentino. "lie Union JV boss Lawson he looks
came up line.Robbie says
PKY scored Its only tally with 26 with a good Individual effort ((71 yards dians'return 40.the ball to Keystone at the In- Self scored the Baby In- what offense we did get. for more improvement in tonight's

seconds remaining after a series of rushing)." An exchange of fumbles and a punt dians first TD with a four yard burst "Our defense did a pretty good job game with Newberry."I .
penalties helped move the ball to the Valentino said turner played both by Keystone preceded the PKY bad up the middle with just less than 3:00 of holding them except on the reverse think the game experience these
keystone five yard line. Running ways (offense and defense) and did that was recovered by Gruen to go in the first quarter. They paddedthe plays where they sucked our ends in kids are getting Is improving them
back Zach Hellstrom crossed the goal an excellent Job. snap wald on the first play in the fourth lead with 3:46: to go In the half and got outside Lawson continued.He every game," Lawson said.: "We've
when Jim White weaved
and also kicked the PAT. throughUnion'
singled out Dwight Seay-eight
been working mainly on our offensive
"The ( quarter.
Hurner Jennings, defense for 18
an yard
Keystone head coach Pete Valen- Dale tackles, three assists Woody blocking: fundamentals this week. I
tino was obviously elated after the Furlong, and Steve Rio,who was touchdown on a reverse play. White Edwards-six tackles, two assists;; think when the offense starts to get
called into
game and credited the win to a team pass coverage action early -- then carried inside for the two point and Gary Roberts, who picked off a untracked we'll settle down and look
when starter Grady Bostic was conversion that made it 14-0 at the
effort and said his team was in better Keystone pass for their defensive ef better and better.
ejected from the ) the MWOMi/HUOMTt PKVONOfII
game was most half. The capped 57
condition than the favored Blue score a yard forts.
Lawson added that the return of
consistent part of our defense, drive.
Waves. Valentino said. I 112 Plw Y I..w.l.. in Self scored from six yards out in the Keystone's Nelson also praised the sophomore offensive guard John
The Indians mustered first
only one The win enabled Keystone to up Its M V.f*fMtot IIl4f fourth period for the game's final work of his offensive line, including Brown off the injured list would Improve
down in the first half and Valentino
_ I season and District 4-AA record to 1-1 P..... '/'/1 points. center Ricky Thomas, who paved the the Baby Tigers.
admitted. "We
were outplayed duringthe Fit Pw.w A. 101
first half and were fortunate that while PK Yonge also is I-Ion both 1., Lua.. h.A *-t
counts after rolling past Union County
the score was tied 0-0. Our defense
1-1 in its
bent a lot but didn't break." opener.
I} Valentino said the turning point oi Chicken Dinners Starke Stars
on Saleto'4'C3enefit
L "This real win for tug
the game was the Blue Wave's bad was a big, big ... .
0< brit,' 1 4 .
"M'J '
us, Valentino said Monday. It really
snap on fourth down in the'fourth nullifies the district loss Hawthorne -" fund-raising' = time for : saJaabaKedbelms{;
quarter. "It turned things around for to It' thVStarke$lars-'the slate a-18 ? dessert, and drinks
us," he said. "Then, we had them on 18-21 in the opener) because they losta NOW year old softball champs who had to borrow money to make This is the first fund-raiser to pay back money borrowed
U J the run for the rest of the game." district game Friday (to Jasper- .IthoOHIcoShop their trip to the National Senior Boys Tournament in St. for the Stars,who had Just a week after winning the Florida
Hamilton 22.$) and we have 110 W. Call SI.CompMo Louis in August. championship to prepare for the trip to the national tourna-
The Keystone coach was right everybody ahead of us (in the district SoUctlon The Stars will be selling fried chicken dinners at the ment. At nationals the two-time state champs coached by
prior to the fourth quarter, the In- standings) still on the schedule. Hallmark Card" and Gift Bradford Square shopping Saturday, September 20, from Jerry McGriff finished seventh out of 27 teams from all
dians had mustered only two first AI.. totoctlon of noon "until' over the country. They took 10th place in the 1978 national
downs and 45 yards rushing. Duringthe "Also to beat a team that received moderate priced gilts The dinners, costing $2.50, are also to include potatoe tourney.
fourth quarter the offensive line votes in the state rankings last weekis all occasion 94-5744
began to blow out the PKY defense a feather in our cap."

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Scramblin Mari Mistakes Cost Tigers in Loss to Bears i

Eastside quarterback ;
it n .rte Doug wiraberly Union High fell from halltime ... j jwrri' )
took the wind out of toad to a ,
Friday nightinLaOily
the Tornado sails Sears last Ii
with his scrambling Butler, putting the Tigers at 0-3 for : i
last week. the season. __ ,
I. the picture The Tigers went ahead early in the ; I Ili
above Wimberly Is game M)on a two yard touchdown run ca ,
chased by BUS' Danny by quarterback David Barber. The II', II ,
IlUdebran (M), fOre came after a Tiger drive that li f I
Ronald Mathews started deep In Lake Butler territory.
(7S, Allen Scott(74), PbillIPJ.cUonot the ball on a quick
t aad Kevin Reddish pitch\ but couIdn't get across the goal !(I
for the two conversion.
(SI). point

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I Tornadoes 39-7 BHS Now 11Bennett ,j -' i
Eastside Erases ; Ed Varnes totaled tl yards In IS ...While Phillip Jackson netted .I !

carries... yards as the Tigers were successful J

With slippery quarterback Doug "The reason Wimberly was so successful totaling only 118 yards total offense. got two yards on fourth and on the ground... but not 10 successful
Wimberly showing the way with 333 was because our containment 71 of those stripes came on the Tornadoes Inches at the 11 to keep the march go.Ing. Union held on to the lead until on the Scoreboard.The .
yards of total offense Gainesville broke down,"simplified a discouraged bright spot of the night, their On the next play Goodge went halfway through the third quarter.
Eastside's Rams ran Bradford highs Tornado Head Coach David Hur... TD thrust. Quarterback B1U Goodge back to looking for HamUton, finding Cross City scored on a 17 yard keeper Tigers drove down for the first
defense up and down the field In a 30-7 "He had time to run or throw.The few and wingback Edward Hamilton the senior open in the endzone for the play by Bear Quarterback Roger score of the game mostly) on runs by
win last week at Citizen's Field In times we got a hand In his face and hooked up for 41 of the yards, getting score. Scott Allen's kick cut the Robson.Cross City took the lead on an Ed Varnes and Phillip Jackson. On
Gainesville.It rushed him he threw poorly. the last nine when Goodge rolled left margin to 28-7 with 2:13: to go In the extra point kick by Paul Pfluke. The the Cross City 17 yard line with a first
was the second straight year "Overall was the poorest exhibition and threw that way to Hamilton in the thlrdperlod.BHS Bears were In front 7-8 with five down Barber was back but
Eastside had pinned the first defeaton of tackling a Bradford team has end lone.The score came with 2:13 to drove for two first downs, one minutes left in the third period. could not get a clear shot andpkept the f
the now 1-1 Tornadoes. 2-0 had since I've been here." go la the third period and made the on a penalty, one on a 12 yard pass The Bears reinforced their lead on a' ball for a two'yard gain to put the ball
Eastside was a powder keg itching to Wimberly scored on runs of 40 and count 28-7. from Goodie to Danny Nugent,before one yard. keeper up the middle by on the IS yard line.
explode early on, as penalties and 21 yards and pitched to split end Mike It was 0-0 after one period but seven stalling on their last,real chance to Robson. An extra point attempt by Barber Kept the ball again for two
dropped passes kept the Rams even Brown for an 82 yard pass-and-run yard gainers on a sneak by Goodge, arum score. Pfluke was no good leaving the Bears yards on the next play to move the
with BUS after one quarter, but the score.Tailback Ken Caul twice tallied by Bennett, and a pass to ._ In front 134 with 1:04 minutes left in ball on the 13 yard line. Varnes purvl:
home-towners erupted for 19 points in on option sweeps of nine yards and Hamilton were the only shows of BUS -- l, the game. ched through left tackle for five yardson
the last 5:13: of the first half and then fullback Larry Harris bulled over offensive life. Wimberly had already tf'M _,.. Lake Butler almost came back late the next play followed by a one (
'scored TD's on all three of their second from the two for the Rams other thrown for 53 yards and had two wide- NI ,*.>..j II? in the game after a fumble recoveryby yard blast by Bobby Clayton.Jackson :
half possessions. The last half score. open receivers bobble passes. 41r.s CM.-_? I. II-M4..... Tiger Ronnie Pinkston. Union took went over left guard for four yards on '
was an unmerciful free-for-all for the A pass defense breakdown helpedthe Midway through the second stanza 11 .. LI ._ 54N. the ball at the Cross City 22 yard line the second down play then' Barber .
Eastside offense as Wimberly time Ram cause as well as the missed Bennett coughed up a fumble toEasUlde ..r15..y. '14111 with a first down. capped the drive with two yard scoring
and again scrambled away from exhausted tackles. Fullback Harris was open '.Mike Dixon at the Tornado MAWOMCOUNTV s ?* ? The Tigers drove down to the 10 sneak.
Tornado defenders to fire repeatedly on swing passes out of the 47. A late-hit penalty on the next play IM1MM tit 1.1.15" yard line then got back upped to the After Cross City punted Union gave
bullets to his speedy bevy of backfield so BHS had to make shifts. moved the ball closer. On fourth and l-Wlmt.r*, .'...rw(C.ri Me*) 12. Faced with a fourth down at the 12 the Bears their best chance to score of
receivers. The senior QB ended with "First we had_ to move four from the 21 Wimberly squirted \ Untm. tt...Ml'fc."l Wlmb.it>(U.* 116 yards on 14 carries, many of the (cornerback) Ke Etheridge up to free down the left side, twisting free 4) t-ltanfc t ft IM(KM*MM) tempted a pass to Jackson but It fell away at the Tiger 37.
runs disapearing acts that left the help the linebacker.out on that play of an arm tackle at the 10 enroute to ,. 1-c-)t f4 M.(CMl....) Incomplete and the Bears took over at The UCHS defense rose to the occalion
Tornado front tackling air. Admittedly but that opened up :he sidelineihen the game's first score. Caul's kick 5.dN.NIU Y .d. *""" O..4. (IAIIeot their own 12 yard line. After that snubbing the Bears on fourstraight
a slew of missed tackles by them we moved (safety Mike) Testonup to made It 7-4. The TD marked the first ktak) VVMn>lMttsj (c-I...., Cross City Just ran the clock out for [ plays to protect the 6-0 lead.
Tornado defense made Wimberly look cover it,"said Secondary Coach Mike of six consecutive possessions a-<.ll t J*.saw it iMtMl) the victory.
good. He completed 11 of 26 passes for Hartley. "In four or five weeks we for the Rams. "We had one good half and one poor The Tigers ran out of downs and
217 markers. His totals might have ought to be able to make that kind of After a three play and punt BUS half" summed up Tiger Head Coach Thomas and the Tigers gambled with
been even more Impressive (or adjustment but as young as we are... series Wimberly upped the advantagewith Disgusted Hurse Jimmy Thomas after the loss. "We a fake punt run by upback Varnes.
depressing for Tornado watchers) ex- we lust couldn't do it Friday." an 82 yard pass and runhookupwith \ dominated play in the first half but let Varnes reached the 39, one yard shortof
cept for dropped passes. With all his While Eastside's offense was ring- Brown. The Eastside wideout Self mistakes stop us. from scoring\ any the first down marker and the
carries Wimberly was snared behind Ing up totals faster than a gas pump crossed Into the middle of the field ''Blames 1 more than we did. Then in the second Bears were back In business.
the line of scrimmage\ only twice, the Tornadoes were shut down on all bounced Wimberly's spiral into the half we asst didn't move the ball well Seven plays and a conversion kick
once when be slipped on the rain- but one second half drive, ending the air three times as he ran sideways After Worst Defeat We didn't throw or run the ball well. later Cross City was on top 7-6. Runs
soaked field.Colorado. first half with just one first down and then gained control and outran the "Breakdowns were again the thing of seven eight, and seven yards by
Tornado secondary to the goal line. that killed us. We'd have them wherewe Steve Jenkins got the ball close. Rob-
The kick failed but It was 1341. Since i 67 wanted them defensively and then son then hit Sammy Williams swing
Hamilton then fumbled the ensuing let 'em break off a long gainer. Then ing out of the backfield for an eight
r !! kickoff to give Wimberly and his crew In the face of the kind of blistering we fumbled or had penalties hurt us yard-fourth down play to move the
defeat his Tornado teams have dished
I another shot at points Taking over at offensively." Bears ; to the 17. Robson put the
Bound the Tornado 29 with :20 seconds on the out much more often than they'vereceived David It was primarily a running game visitors on the board dodging up the
clock the Rama .qulckly swept in. BUS Head Coach blame with the Tigers leading the rushing middle on a keeper play for the Cross
Bradford High School Athletic Wimberly bit Brown for 19 yards to Hurse predictably took the department with 216 yards comparedto City score that tied the game. The extra '
Trainer Brady Greathouse-called by the 2. Harris'then crashed over left upon himself for Friday's :39-7 loss to the Bears with 185 yards but four point kick by Pluke put the Bearsin
BUS Athletic Director David Hurie guard on the half final play to givethe Eastside."I of lost fumbles for both sides continually front 7-0 with 5:00: minutes left in
"the best trainer a high school In Rama a 194 lead at the break. did a very poor Hurse Job said preparingthem after brought drives to screeching halts. the third period.
Florida has ever had"-wiil be lending Eastside potenjt'offense didn't lose mentally Ed Varnes netted 91 yards on 18 ctoucirvi UNION COUNTY
afternoon. He was ...
his talents to the U.S.Olympic team any sting at intermission. The Rams practice both Monday and over carries and running mate Jackson IMit* Y..d.5..L/LND. .. Itlit
disappointed y
cause In October. drove 68 yards for their fourth score disgusted "one of the contributed 61 markers on 16 trips Into ,...r...... 14
would later term
Greathoose, who also serves as after the kickoff with the key play 38 what he I've the line to lead UCHS. *.!.. r _.c-I'.w .-!..
exhibitions of tackling ..
world poorest M P..Nw
trainer for' Athletic Attic's yard toss from Wimberly to Steve Penalties were a big part of the
head the ever seen. but he chose to pinpoint W r.Mw1.N 4-1
track and field up
Bloodworth. the mental approach Instead of game with Union totaling up 68 yards CSOII CITY 15P5.11
training corps alto at In the Colorado National Springs Olym, Nr' { BItS finally got on the board after targeting on-the-field weaknesses. and Cross City getting 83 yards. UMOM COUNTY ..5v5-5

pic Colorado training for two weeks. Oct. 10-24. the Ram kickoff. Bennett returnedthe "Each group is different. Most of ,I. q,. ,.-nS Ill ,rx r
kick 16 yards, and then added runs the team's we've had you could figure
from around '
Olympic class site a : of eight and seven yards as the Tornadoes they'd get themselves up with the BH' ; "a"; .
wW at the training
the preparing country for &IIei.-It". Olympic moved to midfield with the aid, calibre of teams we play. It's along 3-6 Santa Feetrugg7es"ta Edge
of a spearing penalty against the time since we had a group that i,1,
games hosts.Goodge then started looking for staff had to
yd we (the coaching get
ill. Hamilton and the formula worked. after to motivate but this group was In Lady Tornado Volleyball OpenerBradford
.. ., not ready to play Friday. I've had
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L teams that were over-motivated and High School's Lady Tornadoes Coach Harvey praised the startingsix
then blew sky-high. Evidently this is dropped their 1979 volleyball of Vonda Brown Janice Berry
u(1d.On'Yo'ur they team you have tomotivate.1' opener Monday night but the way Lorraine Bass Lisa Alvarez Terrj
:D'tIoy Hurse continued. they lost It and who they lost to made Thomas and Hope Jackson for. their

the defeat seem not so bad at all to play In the opener.
-- BHS will again be looking for an
Coach Inez Harvey.
iera end Defending Region champ and upset when they visit 2-0 Gainesville
FLORIDATHEATRE unbeaten Santa Fe had all they could Buchholz tonight. Thursday Sept. 20
handle to put BUS away 15-12., 10-15 for a 6 p.m. match. Santa Fe and
> ...'. 1S-14 Monday night In Alachua. It was Buchholz are the preseason favoritesin
) If > : the Lady Raiders third straight win District 5-AAA.which also includes

l% .':icn9rng i;,a '," I IWoWill Fe this season refused but to came fold only with when Bradford Santa Live BITS Oak Eastside."We're Gainesville determined High to and win'Thursday ;

t- Fri., Sat. & Sun leading 14-11 in the deciding third night." Mrs. Harvey said.
: PrintYourTypewritten game. no longer conceding the title afterMonday's
"We might have had a little nero impressive showing.
Or' vousness there at the end of the Bradford's home opener will be
match." Mrs. Harvey said of her Tuesday night at the BHS gym for a 7
team's lost chance for the upset. "We pm. match against Green CoveClay.The .
Previously Printed Just couldn't get that final point. Lady Devils topped BUS in the
"I'm still very pleased with their District 6-AAA finals In 1978
performance. They played as a unit. "We hope to get some good support
While You 47 1 We came together a lot with some from the community Tuesday night"
I good scrimmages last week... we're and in our other homes games
.t going to let some good teams know Coach Harvey said Monday. "We'll-

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The Baby Rams spoiled BHS' season opener with a 44-8 win in Starke Tuesday
$1580 night. Even their methods mirrored the varsity Rams as the scrambling
Fri & Sat. Eastside JV quarterback number 14. did much of the damage In the easy win.
It Cheaper Than Randy Parado scored the only Baby Tornado TD with an 11 yard run that was
8YzI11 followed by a two point conversion pass from Tom Paladino to Kenny Davis.
'5.10 CLINT EASTWOOD Scott Hudson had taken an end-around handoff for 35 yards to set up the only BUS
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Starke Sunday's Games: 1)) There... no passes .Issued for S) Season ticket holders
Men's FootballThe Sharka-KT 1:30 p.m. (BBS) persons to leave the stadium during to enter the beside are requested first round matches will be played Keystone High
Flag gate
Riders-Mae' 3 the the first week with semifinals and
Rough p.m. football for .
games except emergencies Band Concession Stand if Football Tickets
Starke Recreation Depart. they arrive finals set for the weekend of .
(BIB verified by a police: officer. Per.sons Sept
ment's Men's Flag Football League prior to IlS: p.m. After 8:18 the Pass tickets for Keystone
click Beetlea-LWCI 3 2940. Rain number of Single game
p.m, leaving ballgames will be or a large entries .:
Gate will be
closed will
opened its season with two pIMa (LWCI) to return wallowed bpd could push the weekend of finals High School football games be on "
Sunday afternoon league power Kit. another ticket. back to Oct.: "-1. sale at the front gate for all home .
hens TUe jumped right into first There will be singles and doubles games for 12.50 for adults and f l.SO '
place as it opened defense of its title. StarkeGItCCTennis draws In both men' and women's for students,with JV tickets going for "
KT topped LWC1 X-14 in Lawtey 2) Season ticket holders are not entitled divisions. Entry fees for club 91 (adults) and JO cents (students) I
stile Uw Click Beetles outscored the to leave the game and return Tourney Set members...$5 for singles and$4 per Season tlcketlareoollllefor'12 ffor 4
Rough Riders t 20 at Bradford High BUS Football unless they purchase a regular ticket The Sixth Annual Starke: Golf and person for doubles and for oon- five home games and available at the
in Sunday's other opener The game Ticket Policy for return.Season ticket holders can Country Club Tennis Tourney has members $8 for singles and 97 per high school, the Top of the Haystack, ::
btfween the Sharks and Mac's. Bradford High School football not leave the stadium,give their pass been scheduled starting the week of person for doubles.Entry Information or by contacting: Head Coach Pete .:
Shop was rained out.Kttcaea's ticket Information as submitted by to another person for entrance and September 22-2/, with entry deadline will be available at the country club Valentino or Athletic Director Ron :'
BUS Principal Jim Duncan: : then return themselves. :,, 8 p.m. Friday Sept. 21. Pro Shop. Brummitt. ''\. ::
M LWCI14 !
KT shook off a 14-7 halftime deficit .
and welcomed newcomer LWCI Into .
the menus league with a 20-14 win at .
LWCI ," 1",
Quarterback Randall McGee tossed .
three touchdowns in the second half
four in the game,to lead Kitchens to .
the win.
McGee hit Milton Baker for the first gpVE .. I
TO and then found Dale Haas for theconversion WiryLt1&t

point to pu: KT up 7-0 .
LWCI came back to take the lead as
Jerome Howell hit Tyrone Parlor for
two touchdown passes and then ran in .
the two point conversion after the
first score.
In the second half McGee brought
KT back, firing TD strikes to Bill .
Ratliff, Wayne Teston and Earl 'i.
B ppDI
:McGee: had two interceptions and p9
Baker one to lead the KT defense. TA

Click Beetles 25
Rough Riders 20 *
The dick Beetles came back in the PRlas GOOD THURS. WED., SPECIALS
second half also, rallying\ from behind
12-20 on two Tom Paladino passes. ry -
Paladino hit Roger Mixson for 18 p
yards and Jim Lewis from 25 yardsout PE
for the second half CB scores ---" --
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scoreless.The .
Rough Riders built up their .
lead with John Lewis throwing scoring
passes to Boyd Roberts (5 yards), I I S
Mark Harris (12 yards), and Randy ..
Corbin (20 yards). Jackson Prevatt i
hooked up with Jim Lewis to get the ....
Click Beetles on the board and I
Paladino bombed a 42 yarder to John ,. SI
Ramsey for the second CB tally. / I

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RealNrr.Raady RegM.r.d Linda QytttObituaries 1
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$279 SAVE ;

LB. 40
Mr*.EfHe C. ParrUb.82
Mrs Effie C. Parrish. 82. died Friday .
In Orlando after an extended illness W-D MAND rum j jt
Mrs. Pamsh was born in :f
Alachua, moved to Orlando in 1928 GROUND BEEF
where she had resided since.: She wasa
Baptist Church.She was the widow of a'g LB. liver M29 Breast U.99c 17ot.PKO.. $ 49 .
the late Mathew Parrish. HANDI $439 tI. Pack . | : .
Survivors include: two sons,James b'L 3 W.D BRAND AU MEAT SUCED* FRESH FRYER WoO BRAND CHUNK (,
and LeRoy both of Orlando two PAKHICXOBT % m
brothers Woodrow Nettles; ISOlGgnra. 'pro. $119 I IfARMUkNO Tics_ .,.. flOc ,Br'weiBer u: 995 .

Evansville. Indiana and Charles Net. USDA GRADE A FRESH FRYER IAOKS t .
listen and Mrs.Worthington Mrs.Juanita Leda Brown Nettles Springs Holly Indiana; two Hill SWItT ONIUS8 rULlY COOKED .3 us $539 Necks . La.39c Sausage tl. *1".. .

grandchildren. 4 I ... $119 $ Wieners $199ClCH i\
Funeral services were held at the Breast 159 tl. J
graveside in Elzey Chapel Cemetery SAil WATER TROUT FISH I
Monday at 1 P.M. Archer Funeral $ SUNNYIANDORK ROU HOT OR MU
Neck bets
arrangements.Home of Lake Butler was in charge of LB. 199 Benes WHOtf 1a 59CUSOACHCMCf Saws u $129 .; LI.s139

Leg O'...... $2" S.T ;.i SUCCD. COOKED Ltf-: $169 Fis'I.. 69C .'. ..
Mr.John L. Moore.58.of Rt.2.Box ,, LOIN QUARTER SUCIO INTO .
214. Lake Butler, died Friday of an .
apparent heart attack in the VA PORK CHOPS 4 ,
Hospital in Gainesville. Mr. Moore
was born In Georgia, moving to Lake
Butler In 1966 where be was in the 1CI CREAM ORANGE JUICE
pulpwood business: until W health $149cmWiifv'RS
forced his early retirement.
,i Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. LB.
Rhoda Mae Baker Moore, Lake M
I Butler; four daughters Mrs.
Christine Benifleld and Mrs. Mattte 1 /
Harden both of Lake Butler, Mrs. ;
:' Marzell Williams Sanderson and !
i Mrs. Anita Lavelle Wilkinson
(1// Lawtey; one son Braxton L. Moore 1 I .
Lake Butler; two brothers Julian ,
Moore Orange Lake. Fla. and Grady: !
Moore. Philadelphia Pa.; two 69
sisters. Mrs. Gertrude Hare, Vero R. t
Beach Fla. and Mrs. CUes Bennett. ,
i Sparks Ga.; sixteen *ndchildrea ., I
and one addilldtgraFlulerallervkeswerehddSwada. '
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at 2 PM. at the graveside to DekjeCemetery i.
t with Re IJU. Grifllsj .,
fidating. Interment followed : fi\
the direction ofArcber Funeral Homeof .

Lake Butler. ,


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.Nettle II.Mann 88 services were held at Nelson Columbus. ,
Neb.; three Jacksonville In 1985. then moved Bell both oiStarke; and eleven grand Lake Butler, and Mrtt; :
'Mrs. .
3:00 P.M. Friday 14, In the Men, Evelyn
Sept. Mitchell Exeter beak to starke in of ivn.
children. .
Mrs- Nettle H. Ma 88,died in Dam Cemetery at Mdrose with Neb.MR.. Irene Harding Ann Belger) Westford, Mass; : j' (
the Green Pompano Mr. Edwards retired In 1973 as a Funeral services were held at 11:00 Kerman J'
Cove S Beach : Andrews KM
::Geriatric Rev. Leslie J. Harris officiating. Fla. and Mrs. Etta lend I
GUmore. foreman with the Fla.
> Dept of A.M.
Center Wednesday following DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home of Oklahoma City. Okla. five Monday Sept..17, In the DeWItt and John Wytos. At i
; grandchildren Transportation. In the IMO's he C.
was Jones
a long illness. Funeral Home Chapel with Jacksonville two sisters Mrs.
; I
was born In Keystone Heights was In charge of the and six great grandchildren."
employed by the SUrke Coca-Cola 1
Melrose Fla., Feb. 10. O.D. Giles officiating. Interment was Zant Ocala. and Mrs Iris E.
1881, where service. Funeral
she DYed services were held Monday Bottling Company and later operatedthe In Crosby Lake Alachua six { I',
J moat of her life.. She retired Sent. 17 at 2 P.M. in the Park of the SUrke Ice ; Cemetery. ; grandchildren
Company from
from the Melrose Post Office In l 1958 Mrs Lily F.Nelson,87 Palm Chapel with Mr. Robert Mojonnier INI-ltU. Mr. ; greatgrandchildren. I
and was a Vellle Andrews Funeral .
moved to Jacksonville servicea were held at 1:00:
ago. Mrs. Mann yean Mrs. F. Nelson, officiating. Remains were sent to member of the Church of Christ Mr. Vollle Andrews of P.M. Tuesday Sept. 18.In the I ,
was a member of the Lily age 87, of the Chicago, 111. for Interment.DeWItt C. Survivors 1844 Trinity: ;
Cedar Hills Baptist Church.! Park of the Palms Keystone died Jones Funeral Home was In charge. Lee Andrews Include: his wife, Elva Lorlmler Terr.. Jacksonville died Baptist Church with Dr. Bob Gray of ,..; J
Survivors Include: one daughter. Sunday In Alachua General Hospital Edwards; one Sunday. A native of Lake Butler, he ficiating. Interment followed at SM :.
Tbelma Cox Jacksonville; three after a brief illness. Mrs. Nelson was C. daughter Mrs. Ruth Rich of Houston had resided In Jacksonville for 23 P.M. In Ebwys Chapel Cemetery f"
, sons. HarryJ5JH n Winter Haven, born In Chicago. Ill on Nov. 18,.1891. Guy Edwards 7S Texas wards; Starke three sons, Curtis G. Ed- years. He was a member of the Trinity Lake Butler Fla. Arrangements by : (
Rtddling. My ana She bad lived in the Keystone area for Mr. Guy C. Edwards 72,of MO Jacksonville and, Ted W. Edwards. ; Baptist Church and wu retired Hardage-Krauss Riverside Funeral ; !
age Darrell M. Edwards
Ernest Riddling Orange Park; one the past year.Survivors W. Weldon St, SUrke. died In the Plant City; three brothers. from the Fruit Growers Express Home Jacksonville. :. j j jHarold I
brother, Charles P. include: her husband, Company.
Huffman Bradford County Earl Edwards
Gainesville; and fourteen grandchildren Slgfred Nelson Keystone; one morning following Hospital a brief Illness.Friday Edwards' Jacksonville, Mt Dora Harry A. Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs.
and Leo L. .
and nine great grandChildren. daughter Mn. Grace Jorgenson Born In Bradford County March ill. Edwards, Annie Mae Andrews; three A. :
Fernandina; two sisters "Buddy"Bishop Jr. M
Chicago; one son, Dr. Howard 1807,he lived in this....until moving Mrs. Era Browning and Mrs. Louise Jacksonville daughters, Mrs Mrs.Wylene Elizabeth Harrell. i ;

Mary Mr. Harold A. "Buddy"Bishop,Jr. ... : ]
age 56.of 1538 E.Call St. SUrke.died 7 1"
In the Alachua Gener.I Hospital In .. r;
Gainesville Sunday afternoon following : I
. a sudden Illness. Ifo,was born In
SUrke.July 30, 11123. For many yean
he was the manager of liie'SUrke
Telephone Company and at, Jthe time i
of his death was a salesman for a
SA & Telephone Supply Company Mr.
WfTH Bishop wu an Army veteran of WW
0 2; a member of St. Mark's Episcopal
Church; member of the American
Hi Legion 4048; member of the [ions.
a TOP Elks and Rotary Club; member of the '

0 VALUE t Chamber the Commerce; past presi
.1''IIf > FED L k dent of Starke Golf ft Country
BTAAIP. / Op Club; past County Commissioner
8T AM s past member of the SUrke City Council -
; and a member of the Emory
University Hall of Fame
Survivors Include: his wife Lillian
W. Bishop; one son,Harold A. "Dish" :
TOP VALUE EVERYDAY PRICES GOOD Bishop III,Starke; two sisters.Mary
,Harriett Porch Keystone Heights and
THURS. WED., Nina B. Andrews Atlanta Ga.; and
STAMPS LOW PRICES three grandsons Harold A. "Bo"Bishop.
SEPT. 20-26 IV. Robert Link Bishop and
ry William Bradley Bishop.
4p Funeral services were held at 2:00
'p P.M. Wednesday Sept. 19, In SL
Mark's Episcopal: Church with Rev.
John M. Flynn officiating Intermentwas
in the.family; plot in Crosby Lake
/ / I Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
l Home was in charge of arrangement
v I _! s In lieu of flowers donations may be
made to the American Heart Association
c/o Florida Bank at SUrke
Atm: Mr.J.E.Tomllnson SUrke Fl. '

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Honorary Pallbearers were friends
__ I of the deceased.

Delbert Dais Burns,SS
Mr. Delbert Dale Burns age 65. of
L' :RED TOKAY OR THOMPSON Grandln, died at his home Monday
S -J\\ morning. A native of Washington
State he moved to Grandln In 1977.
Mr. Bums was born July 4, 1.11. He
was a retired S/Sgt. USMC and serv-
44' THRIFTY MAID GRAPES ed in the Second World War and was

WESSON OIL . 38.01.- $)79'v : I. 3 :Jte< :: $) an was automobile a member mechanic of the by American trade. He

SAVE If HEINZKETCHUP THRIFTY MAID Legion Post 202. Keystone Heights.
U and a member of the VFW in HiaJeah.
3Tt,88:; ; ; "'TOfAAIO SAUCE 3 t \Tp uE ;
." . x.00 Fla.. and was of the Episcopal Faith.
HEFTY TAUKITCHEN SAVE r THRIFTY MAID CHICKEN grF / Survivors Include: his wife,Thelma
C 9geXITtI Michael Burns Grandin; one son,
BAGS 3O. : NOODLE SOUP 4 'SET 1 9c r Burns; one daughter Mrs.
Patricia Fltzslmmons of TUIamook
100-CT. Oregon; one step+oTh, Owen S. Wed-
TEA BAGS . ., ox $199 APPLE SAUCE 5IJ::' 9ge dell Fredericksburg Va., one sister
and two grandchildren.Memorial .
SAVE 10- DEEP SOUTHMAYONNAISE THRlffY MAID funeral services will be

OT tAR 89C CHili & BEANS 2 sa $1 OO : in held the at DeWitt 11:00 C.a.m.Jones today Funeral(Thursday Home)


SPAGHETTI .2 55:: $1 LUNCHEON MEAT '-.' 99C YELLOW CORN John Episcopal M. Flynn Church pastor 6fflclating.of St. Mark's Inter

ment will be In Ft Barrancas Na

tional Cemetery.

t : 8 $100
'y f
t EARS Robert Kenneth Lambing 71

9 1 '' Mr. Robert Kenneth Lambing( age
CHEK DRINKS vrL 71, of Keystone Heights died Li the
RID OR OOIDID DELICIOUS Starke Nursing Home Monday morning -
following a long Illness. Mr. Lam
APPLESaft bing was born in Pittsburgh, Penn.,
Jan. 27. 1108. He lived In Jacksonville
I I 1 w: k. for many years moving to Keystone .
1' C Heights 15 years ago. He was retired
a T7. 4 4 LB. 99 from the Jacksonville Naval Air Station
: as an aircraft mechanic a
lAG member of the Elks Club and a
member of the St Anne's Episcopal:

,,, Church.He .
A Is survived by one brother
MY* I:, U.S. NO. 1 Lawrence L. Lambing, Lake Worth
SWEET POTATOES ; MemorUlization for Mr. Lambing
will be by cremation with burial at a

DEEP SOUTH PEANUTButter + $lag Perch Fillet tea: $199 CKACKIN Biscuits GOOD TEXAS.'STYLIAB 5 "os.WEK3HT : $100 $ 0 0 W.later Palm date Beach in the,Hillcrest Fla.DeWitt Cemetery C.Jones at

4 1 Funeral Home Is In charge of the ser-
[. $ oo Onion IBS.
3lab 1 Rings %f M89 Cheese tea: $129

Mark Lake 1*
Beans 3 .CANS 1 . & 99e Cheese a $139
Mr. Mark Luke, age 72, of Rt. S,
$1 Broccoli ,I 59eSUPERANO .Cheese & $119 Florida Regional Hospital In
2 UN3 I P 0' Gainesville
4 Tuesday morning following -
; OLD FASHIONCookies / SUPf RMAND LIGHT SPREAD. a Illness. Mr. Luke was'
2 acs i: M09 Party Ice 8 A.. .69e VlGQ . 1K0; 99c 8 FOR $100 He born lived In Jacksonville.Ga.,FEb.for 30,many 1107.

years where he was owner of barbershops
; 11 a. 1 eR. ,retiring 1971 after 40 years In
Wafers -, 59e Topping CUP SSe Margarine PRG.79c: the bartering profession. Mr. Luke

___ _____ ,O.$. NO. 1 RIOULARPOTATOES was an Army veteran of WW S; and
was of the Baptist faith. He and his
__ ______ wife had lived In the Theressa area
since 1971Survivors
/ I I1 Include: his wife Shirley
Jones'Luke' two, brothers William
and George Luke, both of Fitzgerald '
5 L8.69c' Ga.; five sisters Mrs Sarah L. Gay
.N" !
Mrs. Thelma i'lfheefer' Mrs. Mary
Smith and Mrs.Maud Penn all of Fitzgerald :
Ga.. and Mrs. Fannie McS-
wain of HomervUle, Ga.
Funeral services will be held Thurs
HAlVEST'IISH day (today) Sept 20, at 2:00 P.M. in
1 the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Horn
BROCCOLI .' lUNCH 79c Chapel with Revs Lemon Ward of
a fldatb Burial will be
\' g. In Crosby

MAIV1s.! r RESH Lake Cemetery Starka. .: .

._ F ,CELERY . S 2 STALKS $100

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so many. ways. during. our time of eon .
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: Pop Warner Football 'Season OpeniTor, Heal; .iS'av w Morninc; ".

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i UnkmMlcMyMUcs. 7 He swept for a 20 yard TD after*fum to compBraent..... ... s. Jess MI1 wain. and Newsom Todd Waejta, Toni

:; MMdlebwrg ble recovery found the end tent on a n 8howed9eer Kffiaaow. __ .IwdSS defense Gooderham.Ke Lord.
Opening Day The Union Bengal Mighty Mite 15 yard QB draw after another nimble =: .. ( Green Covefonly one

stopped Middleburg on a fourth down recovery at the Middleburg 40. and "We were ........ but m i first down. KeystonePop
gamble and scored on the next-to-last then threw 14 yards to tight end! Paul i handled the .

Games play to win the twIHpIarter jamboree Klan to end a 40 yard drive with leas Keystone Coach RoM: Warner

than a minute to go. Halfback Fred "Without the muddy JkW we rlbtotlbt Pop Warner There are still openings on the

I\ ,Union Bengals Middleburg tried fourth down run Jackson added conversion runs after have been able to use.alrl......d Team Previews Keystone midget team for boys
; from their five yard line with throe three of the scares speed more." .
M Orange Park ColU at Mighty Mites it minutes left but the Bengal defense We played very good considering Brief preview looks at the local Pop Boys Interested in playing are urged -

( a.m. held. Union quarterback Grady the weather" said Bengal Head Keyst4MePeeWee1 '. Warner IbaII..me as turned In by to attend practice sessions held at

OP Bean at Junior PM Wec'i .oon Cochran then swept around his left Coach Jerry Whitehead. "We got Mlddleburg S coaches fellow: the Keystone baseball field Tuesday

OP at Pee Wee Z p..... end on a power sweep"the TO.Jimmy what we needed-an outstanding Keystone's Pee W.e ...... .1IoatU.eel Thursday, and Friday evenings at 0

': OP at Jonlor Midgets 4 p.m. Murphy ran in the eonverskif game out of our complete roster Middleburg to another ol the day's p.m.

point. the game ended. especially our quarterback." 0.0 standoff Uaton Pickrev' HMdt; tread Keystone rlby Lo d'of
v Keystone Steelers Before the Union touchdown Mid- Whitehead said linebackers Danny Coach of the Keystone tram said. the Coach the

i Jr. Pee Wee's at Green Cove noon dleburg had had TO runs of 80 and 79 Griffls Jim Godwyn and Webb led 'scoreless tie was to be expected. Keystone Steeler Jr. Pee Wee teams NOW

>x Pee Wee' at Green Cove Z p.m. yards called back because of the defense which shut Middleburg "'!be backfield: was unable to ssreak notes be has only five returners from Bt the Off It.Shop

; Junior Mldgeti at Green Cove 4 p.m. .penalties on successive plays. down with less than 20 yards total of loose for any long yardage aad hart last year's squad" but still says be,and 110 W.Call st.

Cochran ended as the Bengal fense. He also praised the offensive gainers weren't enough la U. abort assistant coaches: Ken Wacha Del Comptetel.lectlonHolIrtI

1 Bradford Cowboys leading rusher with 17 yards on three line of Shands Howard Daniel Dukes, time allowed for a Jamboree....." Stanley* Allen Boney and Charlie Card and Gifts

Orange Park Dolphins .at Mighty carries on the rain-sloshed field with Dwight Mallard. Sammy McLlnton Pickren said.Bradford Thomas, expect to have team that Also a election./

'; Mite 10a.m. John Henderson adding seven yards and Clarence Brown for their blocking will represent Keystone. ""We expectto moderate priced sift.all ,
and Phillip Pritchett six. Slnnones work.Bradford. Pee Wee's hare a winning season, Lord said.
OP Falcons at Junior Pee Wee's noon I occasions.9M-S7S4
Bel-Med at Pee Wee's 2 p.m. Paulk. and Cochran had a pair of Green Cove a The Jr. Pee Wee Stealers consist of:

Bel-Med at Junior Midgets 4 p.m. tackles each. Junior Midgets 12 Bradford's Peep Wee's bd two offensive backfield-Aaron Stanley. .
"Our defensive team had a poor Keystone g touchdown runs by John David Francis Bill Duracher.Bill Newsom.and Billy ", '

i game, but with some shifting of The Junior Midget Cowboys of nullified because of penalties and Wilson; offensive line-Scott Bradley

players they'll be ready for the next Bradford punched: in two touchdowns were held to a 0-0 tie by Green Cove lathe "Bunky" Grtlliot, Anthony Barnhill.

Preseason JamboreeAt game (at home Saturday) said to outscore Keystone's Steelers 14-0 In Jamboree Sans day, Jeff Todd, Kevin Thomas, Doug

Orange Park Bengal Coach Doyle Kemp. jamboree play Saturday Francis' first run covered 90 yerds Carter dews"Bubba" Dugid Shawn Zike J. WILSON

., Area Pop Warner teams got In a Quarterback Eric Lane scored both but was whistled back and a second Kris Scott Huston; defensive Commercial Seal Coating

last bit of action against outside competition Union Pee Wee's 21MMdlebmrg Cowboy TD's in the win. The first quarter sweep for a TD was called team-Jason Budny, Billy Cannon All tYPt MOOT REPAIRS'

last weekend at the Clay Conference 1 came on a 30 yard run in the tint back on a holding call. The Cowbeys Mike Grunwald. Kyle R1chardaon."Hunter" MOT APPLICANT

Jamboree In Orange 1 arll: Quarterback Roscoe Simmons ran quarter and Lane added a 33 yard were threatening to score again as Newsom. Shawn Stanford ASPHALT PATCHING

'Results reported were: for two touchdowns and passed for punt return for a TD in the second: time ran out in the second: ........ Brett Zwfck, Jlmbo Porter, Mark All Work Guaranteed

I II another score as the Union Bengal quarter of the two quarter test. "It was a good ail-around effort for McKinney Kevin Sykes, Barry I T&'.phone
I, Keystone Jr. Pee Wee1i, I Pee Wee' routed Middleburg 27.0 in Cowboy Head Coach C.R. Hut- both the offense and defense," sold McGee Mark: Hinson Charlie (9041 782-3991

Bradford Jr. Pee Wee/s I two quarters of Jamboree action. cheson praised his entire defensive Pee Wee Coach BeanIe Hudson.,".. 1

Rain and a muddy Held at tM Jamboree Fullback Thomas Webb got the first unit as well as the Bradford offensive bad excellent play from the defense"

kept both local Jr. Pee Wee Union score capping: a 70 yard drive line for their blocking in the Jam Hudson said Francis Gerald

teams from putting the ball over the with a six yard scoring burst. .Sim boree. He also pointed out that Brown and Tony Dlggs led MM offense K'ystcn' '

goal" line. mona then started his.scoring phow. .halfback J Brad Brown"ran very weU" in the Jamboree and added Out- ArEn'Rds I It

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I 1 FOR Alli 3BR. 2 both new FOR SAU Wolker. hoondt.

: OAUIFIIDAO ) home, with fireplace. Deer born July 11 Good
0..1 for Ia..f JORMeR L Springs Road. $1100 down. stock/Tri-color. $33. Coll

I YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE T"-"r 9AM kofora pf.wMtea-l CVeflfl.vTlHirsotoy I $230/month.payments Phone under Bob 473.3455.9/20 tfnchg.

L, Harris 9o4-SS33
I M orr FOR lENT Trencher, compactor
MlefmCE ...... ".10. 4733133.6 Stchg 10/4
) cement' mixer
; GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S .L. (c-r.I'Were). pressure washer lawnmowers

text. worst ever )* 4tt tiller, other

1 11..... JtMet WORK WANTIDl Housarepairs' garden auto and construction
roa.en.lMe. for -.. I foot repalrs bon tools. KEYSTONE REN.

} .......1V50.-........... built 'pointing /ooirf additions '. ALS. Hwy. 21 North,

i GAIN-ESVILLE SUN : i .ff wftfaWre1 spy] I. ijfc0. typed II I screen porches, ..tc.L 473-2993.. TFchg'

:"x l f : }aM breveht re the 'offlcerKtVSTONI L no |lob too small. Mike's .WANTED-Someone to clean

; : < s I 1>I oft.small 473-3997-day S or repairs.473-2803-8/23 Must house hove on.own day traniporta.o week.

; : rlSiOHTSi Country tlon and references. Call

: ;. Club E....... I.. time, LOANS Ranch/Farm Construction weekdays after 9 p.m.,
| offered} Brick veneer, :3 Sat. and Sun. 475229.Itchg .
', .\ ,, lit 2 both, freot room. land Develop 920.WATERFRONT.

.A' ,, fireplace' largo. kitchen" ment. Apratments Stores,
,1 fully ."ulpp.d. Only Shopping Centers and Con Completely

;'r- ':' : $2,900 down. payments 'dominiums. Writ. or coil furnished efficiency

...:..1 1'1'. ': I '.' under $250 for axoltfledbuyer thai Botcholder. Rt. 2.Box ment. Lake Brooklyn.apart Call
fhono Bob 409 Keystone Heights. Fl.
The Sups CI'assified sectionf: ;' 473-3133 or e4-S33.Harris 326S6 Lie Mortg. Broker 4732720. Itchg 9/20

i Shop ; Mov. .IN I by Thanksgiving.. 94.173.2583.913 tfnchg YARD BALI :3>> Family yard
4 Other models available.JO .
J I '" solo, Friday and Saturday,
"/ 3tchg 10/4

t "' : : every day for great shopping values.. ; !}$ t "CASH.Jewelry HIt, diamonds GOLOl Sterilng coin.. Cabin.2bedroom.air'In' and Gainesville h l-bath_.. central Call log Sept.clothes. 21,Furniture mltcelleoui. 22 9.a.,m.items.TV- Sp.m

enM'|oW,.Will(visit" yourS Off SR.100 In Keystone

t .. :, I,, ).;...,... ..t"I I .11,,,, ..,.... ,,,,,.,;;r," t'1 i,, h me:. JWhfl,.. Mr.,,' "- 376.1 itfn 1ii IN1.9/nC'q"'C.rue relit>Jv:. r.,Ook.. 473-3343: ,,tpd 9/20

475-IOBfJ/l tfnchg.IAKI :
I Ii .man. vo ljuiY" iooi -sondor.
FOR Quasar 19"color
'' f'I floor edger and sand
ll LOTS ton SAIIIKeystone TV. $200: 2 small velvet
I : Price nogotlablo.
Heights.Beautifully chairs, $90 a pair. Call
Phone 376-1834. 9/20
.. II wooded lots 4733343. tpd 9/20
I Itchg.
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Will' tram, cnauffa .'. llconaaoood a .,I. OOO/vr Call Job Action.7S.a30O / EASTERNO/LOTAT/ON Good terms or discount for HOUSI FOR SAU 1. EMPLOYMENT. Are you
'. drlvlno' roe rd ravulrod.atlitart Fee-Term. Mwy. 1OI MawttMrne .,.... ;" .. licensed to sell. Real'
cash. S with nice
$7l Ocl i.mo. cb bedroom, 2-both. o.-
Call Juno.n*.7m JOU.H.-.cA"'N: CLCCTHICAMCALLITVISM I"';.,, a trees overlooking lake Estate Contact our progressive
collont condition and location
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I ........ E..rl.nc.d Archlta'.1 1 M..., hv ,4 ft rutlMd umo.. 'IITWCCN PMoonnel -. from S3.JOO. $900 kitchen equipped office and turn
end poun.'clal. WOrfclnsB 4T4rW9t Aooly in MTMMV .t M L.umor. NEW DISCO OPENING I down$30 month. Com_ your license Into money
: Ino*. I n v 57na... < >.. 7.U430I.BKMDOL MJO{*:. *mi it Oa ,lQ4 vM... TOWN woods _HJ/CCIS. p.'v close to shopping and Professional 'fur
]o.'Ojp'n .n .. tor _... bar. waltlno; ;del lots on SR 21 North school', control air and training
ClWeldolnd CLV errtlme Good ur_ /_r rland nrwn witit taWea a. dlac _.....*. Applv Mperaon .available. Owner. nished. Century 21
At Homo fiewAoeoerWrltel m.n.o.nwn.IID.ci lenc:. In con.Wm.r at formerlvl file Say hoot. High SO s. Call
: Il.mrSl NOalo _- _. ..,.ry comnw0Nf Toon Disco, 1MM tw IJln $/. ,501.._. 473-4379. 2/2J: 376.154.9/201 Itchg Showcase Properties, Inc.
"Mldwet"Department ,..with Mprl'.nct. Mewlywrimr Monday Prtday.f-t pnvPAMT Realtor 473-4903. 2tchg
Li.IMMILa017D ume>to SON MI 157. fern Draw, -TIMa"(1% credit union." tfnchg.
," ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN _. 4 Morm., state.Street, mr A.O.Innvl/1..5201MAfjTAAONICit. mat typo a.ua odtUno:m Hlk... ; FOR lENT.Motortlame for 9/20-27
Send roaumo with hourly .
To .r'orm bra.k...wna .Ad KflfPWKH( (OPERATOR Is now hlrin' *..m* now Ioc._. delrod to Oept. MI1I4. soy', S ACMSi ON 214 naarKoystono root. Rotes available/ For .
_..tI Ivo maintenance onwldo SUM w. are *ccplr .Mtllcatlon* Dr_A. vlllo, PL na t.. Heights. $300 FOR SALE Pioneer SX 750
experience/ Information call
'ti / .ranoo BHparlanco of clinical praforrodSalary aowlomant -. t le...apply at, "n ereforrod NW_ stn : MONDAY 104 p.m. MOW we NINO.t uoiv. 3.. **_tfclfcjHTM ._ Sum tin Goods Store Manager. down. $89.81 per month. 376-1834. 9/20 Hch.anytime, stereo receiver, 50 Watts
nayotlablo. LooMamorlal 'HAIRSTYLIST' } ;; ; channel. Almost
Apply I Good bee talarv 473-405S or per now.
_'.1. 177. Ctovo> SUPERHAIR' IT.ARL ... Some eaperleneo, neceeaarvNecouet I
'land Ana, f'>.O. Orawor tllo. Port I.a00r In/arvisw1A. EXPERIPNC. re-tflnplno a_.. 473-437 after 6 p.m. .3/29 FOR SALE-Motorhome for $290 Call Wilson,
Mover PL um. oao __ ,
:37KI73 S7saf.o after tarn can:in-un" nrn :tfnchg solo. Fully equipped 4732483. Itchg 9/20

: CLASS Vn fire Mod ComoroWhile --- 'f. mini-homo. .
'n Champion
Interior/ earn*rally eouJament. W73 F FORD< MAVERICK : LYMOUTHIIATT..T.l :;.:: P .: lOW MOBH.1 HOMI ..V. excellent NEED ELECTRICIAN'S HELPER .
.4 cyllnaor,ereot condition c...... dependable, eoodmiieaoe mutell ;.man. _. condition. $4.500 or -
ta.moe. nlenwov. Call 177477*, '100.37"72. Call Hilda_Jd a. PACTS TOII. .1.. best offer. Call 374-1834. Apply' to
day or *ee at 1121.... Ne bUhAye..tsredm .., Jesse Keene. 475.2123) between
wit Mb, DAT'UN au. Whirlpool. .
TMUNDeitai<< : Silver' 197. RCA/ pofta.WNILESS .
with allver half-vinyl, top. red $OCr111 n.1 will accept t.. ... 9/201tchg A- 8 Itchg 9/20
74fkL. leadad ISO Interior Perf art" condition 47.0OO betweenKeysteneMelrose. p.m.
: PD.IEhMlnwa'7: n)5.cwsMN' \
leak.drpia: bait., awl ctual ml yo. **,*"**y*.sSAT" / .
FOR Room for rent In
bucket tilled
toarlr '
f ewalrSie< Studenf. Hatchback" teerlno 79] HONDA CIVIC: 5, 5 : "75-2<<11. tff. chg /If.. Gainesville, kitchen FOR SALENew 14's36'fiberglass
*7t MAftk V. dully loaoadl iSMi" paiaar .r.Jr'- ': condi eutometlc.redto,Ilko now. swimming pool
VAN HEYL Lincoln Mercury. tion, POOP 3''nu. .540.: Call 7r7W privileges.' $37.SO-week. with
del N. Main, JTJ4JSI79C.MARO" filter Also 6',3'hor".t
1JM"OLDS' 442 Air cow.n.? '74MO AAIDGBT Call 376.1834.20 I Itchg.
daw*, and run* whit* with new bloc top. SIMPO..AC gold Jacunl,
'77 AMC Sr ortabour waoon.cvilndar well. 81000C.Lllk:4el-130. Ii. nt condllloH. radl- '
automatic air. i .nr tt MX" >.muM"".WOO Student. ala tI.121ft..:intaa.i MOBILE HOME whirlpool both tub. Ph.
1 teerlno, OHcellent c nd111M. c'L' 376375). 175 GRANADA CHIA .W VolvpEkaont S-boi"l *** .UDOZIMO 479-2108. Itpd 9/20
attune*aa* 3 -N77.N.CONVRTTSLE 1543 Dods .._. air automatic JOT: .VS7aoa condition. Low mltoooe. -
I CLASSIC 5940 CADILLAC1. 4 Dot*.ouah button. tronmllan.ateertno mile tuna or boat oner. .H.-..Mas SERVICE POLES
door, black loo* realoratlon .5a, a. braka.. body Call*'**"* mile. Or_. Ute rooular oaa.I *8uNdozerWork' PERSONAL SERVICES New
; with Interior minor and body all aowpmad..c.i.b work pnnd_onolno.....IT.-....'_..,-_0000. oar feerlnevtoralie'1. RAiCl4ER61i31.. air', new: fire_*A *t 547M.MPG In fawn' will oo ClICkly. Large or Smelt : 100 AMP Life Acr. Rest Home

: lent Include trailer towlneeoulpmenl FIM TO.. 972. Need* carburetor ..'n'.con_.i uos NW irm tt.UOOO .> Call McKlbbln-flaMi*. Rooms available 'for
: / .SJ7S, Cell J7KMJt. .M I..... -.713.6547.No IhMant.VICTORIAN _. REALTOR 37f.Lale: stand FWI. : *''i'3$ : male and one female roil-one

a Ponds 300 AMP dent. 4 '.al08. Itpd 9/20
CHARM I.Included 1SI.. 1 batti. U M. .. Modular .
with ft e cathedral _11_crv- _an 5.3_. PS mu..waa
tel cfiendetler*. flreelece* and ot O'villa. Cvpreo dork. wliMIno WILBURWATERS: PORCH BALI Boat motors,
hush double lot to tt.lt _rtl.lly woes, wall wall carpet, elan.wa .
rnov.ld t-torv IM4 cl..>lc. her, ranpo. cent. MCt/.M. "..".. glassware, many other
Lacotvd In tt.rk.. "'- 12XMO.MM nova Ilwd In, live oak*. 55% items. Some building
.wwa finance.27. 1175 down,547,100.O.ww.aaaaauT i I .SOW.MaenstiaiM447S sew
.,.. ... ..". material. No |unk. Six
1 b 15 ran,.l. "I' 1 BATH1wim itvdv.CMtraf
: "O" ''OG. NtM Silt A_. Zonal It'2 .i&._. ..,/...... tl._laca. carport* ', *us. miles south of Keystone
Ha/N... L5. .am. Solltmn Owns will Illxnc*eort "lot Plrt mertoedo,
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r-- 041 Homo
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l.ydi/corn l.. ,'O% tot total Drive by toee Heights on SR-21. Look for
: ...._.Call, ,....130. N. MIOHIPHINOS ot 30 sw. Ism ... than. COM signs. tpd I 9/20
LOVCCr 1 s. 1 Mm C> Mm 271-3070157 pMntmm/
POEr complot* with aa o .. ran.. OWN.R ANX'OUS
.. BQGDO rofrlo, tor, Pr* n r lnt 'In ft REDUCED. 54/00
__ e MII buy mo drool >**_ tor out v Lam.rd.with tiM Me I air.* in Wail_ tr crd.... This MMerW. home.feature* M ft.colllrw OBEDIENCE I PROTECTION TRAINING
a.. I ....... oelto o.f Pried.t 511,500.MANY brick fireplace. I R. MARY KAY
and larpo porch to antov Ills P511.1TH .
Oaf lot.PrM d IMaM aU'LDINO. REAL homo otto on ./1. oero Will '
1 tadoo" and out VA end PHAavailable. ..TAT.. REALTOR ,n-_. _. pal PHA/VA. wm. H Mall Koalty Has Finally Com To The Waldo Area. ,COSMETICSLouise :
/arma .CALL HOWl l li 1 KM. 3 BATH tMAutlrwl IIOvtllo of 0"_""'". MBALTOHS.tnmt .
nomo wilt loft tar 3rd ::ordoit To Begin Monday Sept. 24. At 7 P.M. Louise Starting
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nroolcc fon od
"ORTH DIMENSION ttmcttvord.
or a y REALTY NO DOWN payment tor Veteran
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e l.,, 7 a5, 2 th m ear. 37..154 au.Ooo Call oxxor' or duality PMA tor MM*conmnporarvbeoury -
dlnln roam pan, O511N_...."'- REALTOR to MO Itil*tovolv hard *t Forotfof .abadroom. 1 bathNth : ,Call Brenda Francis 408-2551 Let Ring'f I Evenings! :,4733092ikeyslone
.family room win tlreolaco. Immaculate 1 a. fconten porary.* Itio Unicorn.3YCtn voocros dreaf room. tlear to cetllne.ten Heights ,
fares crenad porch. 1 car oeraoa. Home fully moiinl mtction. I I ,.. I ..... Ir..... Ii. a __.catnadra 511154
I I.IaO >a tt NertHwood oere ot lend. l. minute to UfO.au. of land,wttt paean traffnllo I and ctorevtorvInoulotod -. .a3.1301 y
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Pine*, tilt NW lath Terr., ._. L_.W. _tl_. Mod.Oool .! or Tronton For mtor : ; .
rnn.mo.. )>*- 7)i. ... ..lato aVokorANTIQUV .37 Url motion call 4f>4II.onvthno.JLBKPBII -...,.+-; rw..... y


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condttloit C... Includad ."tnaootlaolo. "lP.BWAM D .
7P Call .am a tar .. 1 ktntf.. tr-dllinjrv.MIUll. b' Holiday Inn Starke Florida
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t / .ntloue -... dmiouolcolloctlblo OJ't COOS a> .NOt U0)..rtytSVAP.S : .
: f G ertoiod from private Ida.A54M.IrNI.Alochuo _NT.D d HM10Xwltn :, Begins Sept.. 24, 1979 For 9 Weeks "
\ l collocthiw. Sot-aun. 11-4. I7M >VV *M 4IAa N1MM s*.. .7lottor .. I : ;-" v ,
I' d rtIIt.'C ..LftoM_.Oordona.tHtlen _a Chairs SI*a UondTaMo '
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; /; ', '. '. CLOCK .....D.O..al vary "lac:. What. --..*ditto*. _KAUO toatwj :;.o Miili iau32 T5C \ .' Monday. And Thursday 0:30: P.M. to 9:30: P.M. "' /'
'.Ii.I M N. AM rM. oaed o ....,.. IC J45m5w 0)5157. .
THOMAIYILL. Oaa 01.. '( ,
Nan Car +mt aura elm. wtiiofcLorranco ,
bred trailer la hI(11 ';"
7 HIraaw/Mea.\ c 1 T.o..I.oa*) been choir S fiimul I vr.u notfered oM.- dent flf.1 benertai I .. ; Instructor Gene R.... "*.-H, .,
""I. year* old My t ell. 7ao. Call 3761003: 14 I' :CaU I" "
> WMTe on lend wfttt wtiaala.0030or Maoe)to I It I Collej; .73'1018or413.32e5
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.' bet offer Call,jmny.. TAeLCl 3-ond I cot- = : > 55)6760 or ...' I ft I ,. 1

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FOR A JOBSLOOKING BABY .... ......... awing, S

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CLASSIFIED AD bottt:end ....... IhoM '
964.5134.tthg fI2O. ( I

FOR HELP? GARAGE ChrlsHon SALS Youth far Center Keystone on j 'I:!

-- .- J Saturday Sept. 23 at 9 I ja
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I Union County Want fids 1 Motion on Hwy 21 1

heater, sliding
HELP efficiencies and 1 profitable end beautiful Bradford County Telegraph. and baby Item Itch ''J'
SERVICESCUSTOM WANTEDconUPONDINTS 162 FORD TRUCK with top ILL'S! SAW SHOPS Complete BR opts., weekly or mon Blue' Jean Store and CENTENNIAL ISSUE. Wo 920.TRAMPOUNSi. I I
WANTED per. Low mileage $S5O. sharpening service, circular thly. NEW FURNISHED Fashion Shop. still have a few copies left New round l
MADIDRAPRRIESlFree Phone 964-9260.: TFchg. hand, carbide, STUDIOS monthly' only. Mademoiselle Fashions offer In the office. 135 W. Call lift $599.99. tale $319.99.8x11 .
EDi MEED CETA-PSE PLYMOUTH STATION chain mower blade hollow 2313 N. Temple Starke. this unique opportuni St. Don't miss out on this list $399.94 solo j
For Providence and WAGON and 172 ground and bolonc.d.L TFchg Issue) You'll got 102 $249.99. Phone 1-778-3227
..timo.. Localdl.trlbutors Position Available ty. Brand names such a* page 1 1Jca.
for Worthington Spring RAMBLER: transportation at Jackson Building ONI HOUSEKEEPINGROOM lee Levl. Wrangler Faded of pure Bradford County .. TTxhg
nationally area. For more Informs Account Clerk-$3.38 hour. ear. $499. ADAMS AUTO Supply Starke or Keystone AC: one looping Glory Male, landlubber history for only $1. TFpd FENCING All. kind, hog J J
advertised Gord.. Time tion call Union County Must be a Union County SALES. Keystone, Phone Ht. TFchgALCOHOLICS room very low price. AC: and over 30 other ORAPSSi Extra largo wire welded wire, barb 1
Draperies SAW Enter 4962261. TFNpd. resident be unemployed 473-4470. Itchg 9/20. ANONV UNDERWOOD MOTEL US nationally-known brand Muscadines and Scuppernong win wood chain link; I

..*. Ed or lama TARN GOOD MONEY AT 10 out of last 12 week 1977 CHIVY PICKUP ..c.PS.PB MOUSi 301. 4 miles North of and related sportswear. *. EZ picking. U pick free estimate. MANNING
Stephen 4962219. 3/1 HOMEi Clerical homework and Income shall not .... bananio package, Phone 964-9148 or 9646582. Starke. TFchg $19,500.00 Include begin 90 cent per lb. Lilly'' FENCE CO.. 473-4822.
TFN. opportunity. Experience, coed 100 per cent of the $3500. ADAMS AUTO TFchg TWO BEDROOM apartment: fling Inventory, training Vineyard 13 mile East ofKeystone Keystone.TFche
ClARKES SAW SHOPS Complete unnessary. Part or hill lower living, standard income SALES Keystone, .REMODELING BUILDING apply at 870 McMahon St.. fixture, and Grand Open Hts.. Hwy 100. ALUMINUM PlATESl Used
sharpening tervlee, time. For Information level.. Application 473-4470. Itchg 9/20. REPAIRS New Kitchen, Starke. 8/9 TFchg Ing promotion For information Florahome. Phone newspaper plates 23
hand circular end tamped elf- are available at the local 1974 HORNET Hatchback, both, family rooms. Brick TWO BEDROOM Mobile Call 214/634-3066 89.2121.5/30lkhg 9/20 9/8x36". 39 cent each.
chain mowerblades leave addressed envelope to C CETA office located at 40 AT AC. PS. $1,999. block concrete. Fireplace 'home on Klngsley Lake for Mr. Wllk....... Itpd FRESH RJVER SHRIMP for BRADFORD COUNTY
Cr_. a W Co.. P.O. Box 11$. E. Main St. ADAMS AUTO SALES, specialists. Grlffl Con ..C. central heat and 9/20. your "...or. Please call TELEGRAPH 964-6309.
at Lake Butler. 7/3 TFN.Supply Moccl."", Florida 33063. Teacher Alde-$3,00 hr. Keystone. 473-4470.' Itchg struction. Phone 473.3108or small cottage AC heat Duty Chaney. Green Cove ROUND I
9/13 2tchg 9/3O. Must be a Union County 9/20. 473-3378. TFchg winter rates, Sept 1 to Spring 214.9755.30 lAW Of NAY
USI THI LAUNDRAMAT at resident! be unemployed 1974 BUCK RJVIIRAi low THE MOWER CLINIC. SmallonG1" May: $50 deposit. No pets. FOR SALECHAIN 4tchg 9/20 Fresh cut. $19 each. 80
Hwy. 100 by th. Handy. INSURANCJMAINES 10 out of last 12 week mileage loaded. $1,993. and all types of Phone 5332366. TFchg. PEASi u-pick. pink eye, Woods Brooder.$10 each ,
Way.W.have a wash dry end Income shall not en* ADAMS AUTO SALES 1 lawn mowers repaired Including MODERN FURNISHED APTl 1 LINK FENCE tome white acre and tipper one or-0712-3140.. :
fold service: .29 per lb. Attendant coed 100 per c.nt of the Keystone 479-4470. Itchg reoorlng. Work bedroom wall to wall material Do It yourself cream. Ready soon. If TFchg
on duty TFN INSURANCE AGENCY lower living standard Income 9/20. done reasonably. Henry carpet AC, ample private and save. Installation possible, call before Sept. ONE PONYl with soddle. 1
SEPTIC! TANK AND GREASE 160 S. Lake '_., Lak. level. Application 1976 MUSTANGS 4 speed rowder, 9645760. 6/21 paved parking In rear 24 _lIobl.. Free ..tlmot... 20. Phone 1964-6538. Itpd bridle. $130. CoIl 783-3068.
TRAP cleanouti. Trailer Butler 496-3978. Complete' are available at the local extra clean $2,999. tfchg.BIRCH'S. hr. security lighting HandyMan Fence Co. 9/20. Itpd 930.TRtASUIHS.
roof* and metal roof. cool Insurance Service. TFN CETA office located at 40 ADAMS AUTO SALES, IPM Pest Control Modem electric kitchen. ....m9. TFchg MUSCADINE CRAPSSi light AND JUNQUB
ealed. Day or night ..,- EVERYONE 1 IS INSURABUi .. Main St.J.Ilor$3.00. Keystone. 473-4470. Itchg Service of .... The March Phone 964-8394 after 3 BAHIA HAYl Argentina and dork varieties. U-pick for sole: 525 Pratt St. or
vice. Reasonable. Joe For Immediate coverage by hr Must be a 9/20. I* On To Rid Your Home of p.m. No children or pets. highly fertilised. Phone or we pick Monday thru phone.....6235. tpd 9/20.
yth.. 431-1023. All phone. JOB USHERAGENCV4963136 Union County resident HUNTERS DREAMt 1975 Nuisance Pests. Call NOT A MOTEL 9/13 2tchg 9646071. TFchgWATSON'S Saturday B a.m. to 6 p.m. U ACRE FARM with house
business appreciated. 3/31 or unemployed for at least Dodge power wagon. 318, 9645334.6/21 TEN 9/20 HOUSE OP 1.8 mile N. of SR 26 on trailer on land. Ten pecan
TFN 496-39O3.TFN 19 week and 4 speed, loaded except air. SEWING MACHINES MOBILE HOMES from$130 to VACUUMS Many brand 200A. See signs. tree Phone 9648077.
HARVEY'S LAND DEVELOP economically dliadvantaged. $1800 down assume REPAIRED All makes SISO/month pin $50 of new vacuum Used Longnecker. ..73-It 51 or Itchg 920.B.AUTI.UL.
MENTLond clearing and Applications are payment Phone cleaned, oiled and ad- damage deposit LAND machine available Part 173.2702.9/13 3tchg 9/27. Cock.a-tlel
bulldozing work. By hour WANTED available at the local 964-9471. Itpd 9/20. lusted| $10. Work FOR RENT OR LEASE:22 and accessories for all SEVERAL ITEMS King-size (parrot): 14 wfc old. |lust
or contract. Rood built CETA office located at 40 197 CHIVY 4 K 4i Vi ton. guaranteed. James acres, pasture or farm..Inquire vacuum systems. 404 NW mattress box springs, and learning to talk $50.
fish pond dug and OLD PICTURES OF Hiram K. E. Main St.Deputy$4.00. AT/Locklng hub. PS, PB Strickland corner MorganRd. at White' Trailer 10th Ave. Gainesville, frame. $70; HtdVo-bed Phone 9649613 or
culvert installed. Contact Robert or (K.) Honorlne hr. Must be a AC.330 V-B.Just overhaul and Hwy 16. TFchg Park SR 16 and 223.9/13 phone 376-7110. TFchg $150; Daybed with 9616252. Itchg 9/20.
Sup.rlor Cleaner; Richard Robert (Rene). Union County resident, ed. Call 9647061. After 9, I PIANO LESSONS Now 4tpd 10/4 DO DROP IN Bargain House bolsters $49; two end FOR SALES luclle Couley.
239-3078. After 6 p.m., call Contact (kola .. Sewell unemployed for at least call 94-7578. Itchg 9/2O. scheduling. Beginning THREE BEDROOM TRAILER) US 301 South. We buy and tables. one coffee table, new operator of Under
Eugene Harvey. 275.2552. 1535 Parrlsh Place. 15 weeks and 1971 Vs ten PICKUP with tudent. Phone 4851175. $129 month. Phone ell used furniture. Phone $40 each; twin mattressand wood. Restaurant invitesyou
or Ray Harvey 375-3763 In Jacksonville. Fl. 33309. economically dlsadvantoged. topper new rubber. Only Brooks area. Nell* Mann. 964.6112.9/20 TFchg. 964-6740, 9 to 5 ban springs, $50. to some 'home cook.
Sandenon. 8/23 8tchg Itchg 9/20. Application are 10.000 mile on engine. 9/6 Stchg 920REMODELING TWO BEDROOM 1 bath Mon.-Thurs.. 9 to 6 Frl. and Phone 964-5455,9/132khg Ing. Underwood
10/11. available at the local) 2500. Phone 473-7046. I I20 AND ADDI- mobile 'home, AC: two Sat. 3/1 TFchg 9/20. Restaurant 301 N. 3 U
OOZIER OR DRAGLINE work. CETA office located at 40 '/ 3tchg 9/27. TIONSl Pours Framing. mile lost of Starke on 2 BRIC-A-BRAC' SHOPs Just SEVERAL TOMS heavy duty mile North of Startte,
All kind. Grading FOR SALE"NICI E. Main St.JM.T.$4.32. 1971 WICK good condition. Free estimates. Phone acre. $139 per month plus opening. Hwy 21 North of cor trailer, good condition: Itchg 920.WASHING '
drainage' clearing or fishpond hr. Mutt be a Nearly new tire*. $SOO. "" .8015. 9/13 4tchg 10/4 deposit. Reliable couple Keystone Hts. Ceramic, chest of drawer, antique MACHINE goodworking
Phone 783-3763. TFchg. I SUBCONTRACTOR: DESIRES only. Phono964-6479. Itpd dresser china cabinet and condition $100.
work don. by contract HOME on well landscaped Union County resident plaque, dolls, 'Indian
or by th. hour. Free ocr. lot. locatednear unemployed for at least 197 CHIVY PICKUP. short- framing and trim work. 9/20. Jewelry, oilier Item buffet. Phone 964-7116. Need to sell before moving
estimate.. Dwight center of town. 15 week and wheelbase 6 eyl., Stan Can supply local ON HAMPTON LAKE Furnished Phone 473-7042. 7/26 Itchg 920.GARAGE Phone "" .S06S. Itpd
ooro fronti chrome reference Reliable. Paul'sFraming mobile home with 2 AND YARD SALE 9/20.
William.. "'6-2968 after 7 Many shade tree economically dlsodvon- TFchg
p.m. 8/23 TFN. Deep well pecan and water* toged. Application are wheels, low mileage, good P.O. Box 983 .. $200 per month Includes 24 FT. CONCORD CAMPERt SR 100 West Crosby lake SEVERAL ITEMS 1971 VW
MONEY MAKING OPPOR* and sewer Three city IR. 2 available at the local mileage 2700. Phone Starke, Phone,'9648015. heating. Phone Self-contained; ALSO 1973 Follow signs. Friday 9/21 $700. 21 cu. ft. UPRIGHtFRUZE.
TUNITYl $370.00 thou. baths, 2-cor hardwood CETA office located at 40E. 4733880. Itpd 9/20. 9/204tchg1O/1l, 1661777.9/20 2tpd 9/27. Ford car. Phone 964-7371 and Sot. 9/22. Itchg 9/20. ., $100. 8 hp
and for envelope per oak floors.garage Eat in Main St. 1974 CHEVY FICKUPl 4x4, 4 4SWI. OFFICE MACHINE REPAIR PARTIALLY FURNISHED two 9/134tchg 10/4 TRAVEL TRAILERS 1970 16 Dynomark mower, $300,
mall. LADIES answer you to kitchen. Cedar closet.- Clerk Typist I-S3.10 hr. radio heater, new Phone 964.6502. Starke bedroom 'home; couple on- BIRD DOG Lawtey. Phone foot, Winston self- Phone 964-9381. Itch,

financial security. Pottage CHI.... family room and Must be a Union County tire. 2100. Phone pickup and delivery' 9/20 ly, no pets. $1..0 per 782.3013.9/13 2tpd 9/30 contained excellent condition. 9/20.
FREE DETAILS. screened resident unemployed for' 9647251. Itch, 9/20. 4tpd 10/11. month. Phone 964.7262 HAYl Bahla or Alicia continually Asking $1200. Phone 14 FT. FIBERGLASS BOAT
paid. Adjacent
at least IS week and 1971 DODGE DARTi27.000 I NEED YOUR HOUSE after 1 p.m. Itchg 9/20. cutting for field or 9647270. Itchg 9/20. and trailer. Boot ho live
ENTERPRISES. 3369 Eastern acre available. W. S.
economically dlsadvan- mile, ..C, radio AT. new CLEANED let me do It. TRAILER on Grlffl Loop. barn soles. From 73< per WEDDING CAKE ORNAMENTS w.'h.' $375. Phone
83-BP, Montgomery River. 496-3341
Bypass or taged. Application are tire*. $1,990. Phone Call Carolyn 964-9730. Coule only. Phone bale according to for the home 964.7251. Itchg 9/20.
36117. 4963841. up.
AL Itchg
available at the local 964-6309.John Miller. TFpd Itpd 9/20. 964-8077. Itchg 9/20. quality Lorry loFollette. coke decorator Clearanceof '
9/30. SWEET POTATOES $8.00 CETA office located at 40 MOBILE HOME Grlffl Loop. Stork. ....6273. TFchg. all and bakery crafts or Free EetJmate
per bushel. levy Grlffl. E. Main St.Poike.non$4.00. Phone 964-9376. Curtis SKI BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass' naments. 25 percent off.
496-3655.9/13 2tchg 9/20. hr. Must HOMES FOR Lee Itpd 9/30. 73 boat 74 Mercury 69 HP Both block and white MOW LAWNS

FOR RENT be a Union County resident WANTEDGOOD 3S FT. TRAVEL TRAILER AC. engine, gator-tilt trailer, couple PASTRY SHOP,
PIANO IN unemployed for at SALE $129/month. utilities fur. 1800. Call ....5764. day 138 E. Call Starke. 9/20 TRIM SHRUBBERY
MOBILE HOME BR., furnished STORAGEiBeautlfulSpinetConsole nlshed. Phone 9645951. 2tchg 927.LIMIROCKi .
least 15 week and or 431.1640 after 8.00: p.m. EDGE SIDEWALK
on large lot. t BR ( stored dlsodvan PRICES PAID for used MOBILE HOMES Why pay Itchg 920.KITCHENETTISt. TFchg. 20 yd. semi
unfurnished hou. with locally. Reported like economically: < more? Buy direct from factory One BR SEVERAL ITEMS Hondo 90 load only. ALLEN E. LANDSCAPE
toged.. 'Atpllcqilpns\ are pnobll.n.' .* If mortgage :
large yard. Call 496-3798 new. Responsible party available/ at 'the local' I*3/4 paid or more.OLIN'SMOBILE large election of 34, apartment, pool TV AC, motorcycle; go cart; TAYLOR LAWTEY. Phone CIII I
take 1 low u.
can on payment 14. 12 wide. COMMUNITY 782-3172. 9/20.
after S p.m. 9/13 TFN. CETA office at 40 E. Main HOME SALES. utilities Included. Totally clothe; book; email kit. TFchg
balance. Write before we MOBILE HOMES SALES US MASON SHOES Over 300
8t furnished. Weekly man chen appliance; bookshelves t
BEDROOM MOUSES Partial' end truck. Joplin Piano, ... weekly.9645606.TFchg Open 7 day 301 North. Open 9 to dusk thly rate. TEMPLE MOTEL ; antique baby bug styles for men and women KICK'S

ly furnished fenced yardIn P.O. Box 3064 Rome CA MUST SELL WANTIDi Mobile home ax* 1 to 6 Sunday. Phone 180 N. Temple Ave. gle; 1967 Plymouth' Fury, Superior quality supreme
lake Butler. Call 30161. Itpd 9/20. Immediate delivery liquidation, I le* and tires. Will pick up. 9648741. TFchg Starke. Phone 964-7337. runs good $150. comfort. Authorized LAWN SERVICE
all new all steel buildings FOUR BEDROOM two bath dealer. Phone 964-9693.
496-3842. Itchg 9/20. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 9/20 :TFchg. Friday/Saturday. 90S W.
HANDMADEQUILTSPotchwork. 40 x 72 x4 S2 48 per tq ft. homo, walking distance to Pratt St. Itpd 9/20. 9/304tchg 10/11. 782-3354
60 108 15 12,M It SALES. 964-5606. Open 7 I
Double x x
MOBILE HOME:8'x3o'. AC per sq. school Broadway Street. QUAKER OIL HEATER withstand
lOO'xISO lot. Call after 6 bed. $40; baby bed. Oil Collecll-t04-38NQ31. WANTIDi day a week..000 TFchg bushel. .. Only $1100 down HELP and tank.$25. Phone

p.m. 4962458. Itchg 9/20. $8. Call 496-3099.9/20. Itpd ..Century Steel Building ....h'lno cone*. ContactJ. payment under 468-1487. 1 Itpd 9/30.
$3SO/month. Phone Bob
L. Water Lawtey
Harris, 964-9933 Or Manager Trainees
782.3200.9/13 2tchg 9/20 Shop 597 Raiford Rd. All
WANTEDkMEDICAL VACUUM SALE CASH FOR COINS Gold 473.3133.9/63tchg 10/11 GOOD MONEY athome day Saturday Sept. 22.
STATE ROAD 16 West One
TECHNICI..NCor..r .lIv.r. sterling dental : clerical home work Beauty supplies, knick Fastest Growing Retail Chain In Florida.
acre estate, 3 BR 2 baths
knock. clothes, furniture,
Service positions RESPONSIBLE Fri Sat Sun. gold. GF crap ewelry.| optical fireplace, reasonable opportunity. Experienced
frame, etc. J... Bull unnecessary port or full. canned goods, conning .
located at all male correctional PERSON term Phone 964-5933. Immediate Opening Top Pay Top Benefit
bpd 9/20.
supplies etc.
Institution. Requirements GRANOOPENINC Ington 964-6330 offer 3:30 time For Info send
Bob Harris. 9/6 4tchg 9/27
or. High Wanted to own and p.m. TFchg. 1971 DOUBLE WIDE MOIIIE tamped, self-addressed Apply In Person At
9/33. 10 to 9
School Graduate and three All Vacuums LOTS IN CITY OP' STARKINIEDEDtPhane envelope to C W Company Saturday.
operate candy or Confection NOME 34x70. must move.
lob Harris P. O. Box 113 Mac p.m. Tool., sewing
year of poro-prolesslonal' vending route.Lcke Assume payments, no 312 West Madison St Starke. Fla.
and 20% Off Affordable Home, clenney Fla. 32063.: 9/13 machine, stereo,furniture,
nursing experience Butler and surrounding equity. Inquire 9/27 9/20 toy
/or LPN license desired. area. Pleasant 964.5533.9/20 2tchg Walnut St., Stork. 9/13 3tchg I
KIRBY'SEUREKA'S mall appliances. Located
Salary range I I. 9.667 business High profit 3ttha 9/27 Wl APPLICATIONS ARE NOW ACCEPTING for maidwork. 1 mile on Grlffl Loop. [ ; EAGLE .
$12.369 annually. Item. Con Mart part HOOVER'SSEAR'S
service benefits Please call for appt. Follow (Ign*. Canceled If

available. time.not Important.Age experience Require.car & POWER MATE MISCELLANEOUS between B a.m. to 9 p.m. rainy.Itpd 920.FAMILY Phone. 9646034.
Phone 783-3333. Itchg
Applicants should applyto and $1495 to $4999 "
GARAGE ..ALI.Frldarolurday. .
Personnel, Union Correctional cash Investment For U Name It-I I Got It CRAPES FRSI PASTURE LAND for 9/20. Clothe
Institution P.O. details write and 'Include Scuppernonga repair of fences. Good
odds/ends. US 301 South to
Box 231 Ralford. Florida number: Canisters From M4M posture Phone 96 .0854 WANTED Apply' In person.
Cardin Bros.
turn right
431-1312. "An for details. 9/13 2tchq Norman Restaurant,
32083 ((904)) Eagle Industries
VA-No Down
Equal Opportunity 7515 Woyiota Blvd. AiYoins'sNew Muscadines Waldo., Flo. 9/30 2tpd 9/37. 4th 9/20.trailer on right. Itpd Money

Employer/Affirmative" Ac- Minneapolis Minn. 55426 Place EZ to pick REGISTERGAS FHA-Mlnlmum Down Payment
tlon Employer. Itpd 9/20. Open
.9/13 3tcha 9/37. .3 M L N. N w 301 bterh.. FI e 8 a.m. DarkSpencer' AND OIL OPPORTUNITIESFASHION LOST Conventional Up To 90H Financing

i4s S. n...... SI. OPPORTUNITYl

Vineyard ,""sua Open and own o ladles 1'/..*. C.*For An Appointment"

SR235A, a fashion or jean' and Last Bull white face Block
4963126 4 Alachua lP Bottle casual wear shop. Com Angus. ..600 Ib*. Hampton DYER MORTGAGE SERVICE II I I

& plate package, Includes C-329. Mr. Arch Prevatt. 473-7087

e.rJan. S, Ueh.r, R.ahork$60West Ph. 462-1329 Motor Homes, Fined site assistance, fixture. 468-1603. 9/30. I
starting Inventory, training -
Mein St lab.Butler. Desk aIs R'gtlbset8p8F and gala grand

New listing Stereos mBe8I3EbR./ opening 8,900.. Open provided In 2 wk for*. MIKE'S SMALL REPAIR [Wall sus.

3 Bedroom 1 1.1/2 bath home In Shaw Addition. Beautiful panelled room mean Phono Needles ,.... Phone collect HOUSE REPAIRS ROOF REPAIRS. BARNS !! Drilling

for children. Comer property for reasonable price.FORSALE 9047647612. ext. 6.
"Easy Upkeep-Ideal
Records Tapes Itpd 9/13. BUILT PAINTING ROOM ADDITIONS SCREEN 2" Thru a'"

Serta Mattresses J PORCHES ETC. Reasonable Prices. FutAotaryDrIlling I

IDEAL FOR ENTERTAINING-Thl 3 or 4 bedroom'home hat an exceptionally/ large Case Knives 473-3997 Day 473-2803 After 6 P.M. Equipment
sunken den with attractive fireplace comer Modem kitchen CH/A, hardwood NEED HELP? STATE LICENSED i

floor, spacious room., partially fenced with property facing 3 streets makes 5
Da lIer's'Ilc.

(i WELL this home LANDSCAPEO-I IDEAL. the way to describe this attractive and very neat horn. Need Extra Money ....S..!!!1'1!!.aesi

Many extra Include dishwasher CH/A. W/W carpet bar In kitchen fenced In X ..1 HandymanFence New 4 UMdSaIe..P..SeMce

back yard., Call now to see this 3 bedroom I 1/2 bath home TODAY. 064-7923 Need To Reduce Your Monthly Payments '

2 BEDROOM HOME en 1/4 acre In lake Butler,.Meal for couple or single person. 110 E. can SI.r Co. .
', Call Nowl
Neat and clean also close to schools. Owner anxious to SELL. E-Z Terms i I

r--. tBEar 1/tis! DYER MORTGAGE SERVICE .....................
TRAILER, LOTS for sale. Three block from Main Street. Owner financed. I 964-8559
'AIEUH I PlumJblnv
; 473-7087 Or 473-7088 : '
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS-3, bedroom 11/2 bath on 112101a one block off SR 121. .i A r,{ M .>.. ). *>e ...>f*.*4
Owner moving out of town need to make quick SALE. CENTER New Installation

COMMERCIAL BLDG.ON SR-231Approx.1300 sq. ft. with one acre more or less. J PaneOng MoMrtgr Rerooeng Repairs
retail wholesale. or Ha door entrance on side. I Kitchen Cabinet L. IIldastr
Ideal' for shop goroge garage k1 mjJOO E [$Ea se.esee..see..e.s..

Also,hat panelled. office. I Counter Top all Resldt.tial'

2 BEDROOM TRAILER on three .fete In' Lake Butler priced to SELL at $7500 plus Vsnl.sFREE'.
trailer payoff. Will ell.. one lot ol time. '' m. lDUVGJffi Chefs hall

2 bdrm. house partially furnished $ ::1S. First and last mo. rent required.l'bdrm. Now I t. The Time To S ve Oil and Qs Thl i Licensed City & County COMPANY

trailer partially furnished' $110.First and last mo. rent required. YAKNN..IIl1IC Winter. By Cleaning And Checking Your I
2 bdrm. trailer partially furnished $0. First end .last mo. rent required. 804 N. Tempi Ave
:3 to 4 bdrm. home for rent or .lease. /. I Heater And Furnace Expert InstallationFree

WANTED | 140 s. Thompson 8t. 1 Stark. le64T7t61.
100 to 240 acre 'In Union County suitable for crop cattle with or without home. 'SlU.8ee2 07023328
J 3 CAS Oil Estimates
Buyer will pay $900 per acre. OttfCeeaCeeiFW ,
In Union County with hog cattle er chicken operation.Would like owner .a
90 acre IlUHHuttl '
financing. 4-8711 Jr. R .".... FmiCCS AO,IfiI1Ce! ."



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