Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 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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; ; There was a hush In the city hall while poll workers ded "running was an education in Itself. learned lot ;m
Jcounted: vote ((1.437 of'em) for the Starke run-off between about the inner workings of the city government." Epp

A new bridge Jimmy Bowen and Jimmy. Epps for chief, of police said he enjoyed
the old : I : the race and that

Bridge on P City Run-Off Results was Bowen's the "people'swill. victory
should be
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week : S "w Another victorious
spokesman for incumbent
I Vernon
Inc., the bridge ci \' I Silcox. won his
Jimmy Bow.n 778 r seat on the commission
The $16,000 ev Incwmbent in Group
being installed t 55 4 with 798 votes to
I of the Flume 4 ; : Jimmy Eppt newcomer George
rennovatlon. SS j v t, No Vote S 12 votes.Holiday Jr.'s 617
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be used the
{ I "I thought the
s road for S. ,, f Someone shouted, "Hey chief!I" and Police Chief Jimmy race was real
traffic on SR- S r, t r rv,0 Bowen smiled clean and t was
E.I.DuPont and was hit with a. very surprised at
Mirage of hugs, I the turnout, '
northward S handshakes and'congratulations. I' Silcox said
November.On The election
the right : % Incumbent Jimmy I could have turned
J.B. Rehms Bowen has out quite dlfret'eDt
Veraoa Sllco. winner In the Group
{once again been I had the weather
the placement : elected for 4 com minion race looks
a severe like
for the bridge. fear term two-I alter the results were tallied.hI Monday's

fourth to weather, Silcox noted.Some 1,435 voters turned out for the
the police depart I run-off election-only 38 less than the first election Sept.
mont He won 11. Several people indicated amazement at the turnout,
Some Program with 778 votes-133 even City Clerk Merrill Edwards who had predicted 1,200
votes separatedhim people would vote. .
from con ,, %. "1 think now we can settle down and get going with city
tender Jimmy business," he added.

But It Chance of Passing Epps.'n with Epps 643. came,, I r FOR COMMISSIONER

;, ,. ( Bowen, with a

I* ...". tvf-V" -'''"-< ,/'r' t u A. t P: eti bf i r' ci ; ._l id' ';_Jt of tears hi his GJlOUe _A..... ,,__ .:..
... Provitflng'a ( idY.told"1r g srtnanknftnn"voters '- _''''''''_'1i ., ..... 'h""',. .
breakfast has benefited his
program for their 55 +r
students of school Is board opposed but when you talk school. by lowering discipline problems support. a, # 5 r I Georg. Holiday, Jr. 617
cipals and from govern and was a factor in raising ''Everyone had Vernon Silcox 798
that are being achievement scores Lakawana faith but
in me
stands little _...... '
another students advanced to grade levels In Inc
the woman me, he said as he .
month by reading in one year, and the principal hugged his wife No Vote 20
Approximately to pro said he felt eating breakfast was a Sandra.
black, calling their children it factor in that successful reading pro Bowen said he Holiday a first-time candidate was undaunted by his
Breakfast for All gram.Aderhold. his defeat and said "Yes I will run again-no reason to stop
ed Monday night's system sup said the breakfast pro victory as an Bowen is surrounded now." .
inJimmy by
And the crowd milled about outside hall and
for a breakfast as city a
has not altered the Lakawana
educators? If
buss dication people congratulatory after his victory,Tues- car honked a of victory the victor Bowen the
government will breakfast for program at all,that the buses arrive are satisfied with song gave
day night. loser Holiday some advice: "Hang in there. The first
school breakfast meal next and depart the same as before his work and their ;
will the school time I ran I came in with 200 votes..your's was an excellent -
I board members the program lie said the labor Is vote had "proven that satisfaction.
state law requires in the cafeteria at showing. But next time, don't pick such a strong
present After his defeat, Epps thanked the voters who did vote "
surveyed each year to what many Lakawana Elementary to prepare for him and said simply "I'm tired." opponent.
a breakfast Holiday grinned and said"But I wanted to run against a
breakfast.Do .
The school board .. program by you have proof the breakfast Epps said he wasn't sure if he'd ever run again, and ad- strong candidate." Almost sounds like he had fun.

quest for a 4973"I the\ majority of program Is beneficial, or la it just
day. which a breakfast pro speculation asked school board
meeting 80 percent didn't Chairman Vernon Parmenter?

"It's offered to sent home with Aderhold said he no objective proof County Approves $2.5 Million Budget
accept or reject it. they would not use such as Parmenter sought, but that he ,
is giving it to these felt the program was beneficial.
the only school of Connie Clark,principal at Hampton
In favor of a Elementary said he didn't see where

\tJ1f 1 ( said sent that home of the to tell experts Bradford from outside County were what needed to do.to Dire Money Problems Seen Next Year

and Clark said Supt. Casey was for the -
return 1 their breakfast program and that he, Nobody was present to comment on will cost residents 22 cents per $1,000 commission tried to trim and couldcut
I In a breakfast Clark. opposes it. Seventy-five percent the $2.3 million operating budget so of property value or will cost $6.69 in only some$35,000 from the proposed -
basis. of HE parents said they didn't county commissioners went ahead additional taxes on property valued at expenditures.Brown .
pointed out the want as ,breakfast program. Clark and formally adopted the new spending $3).000. says all department heads
a "no" said. bill Wednesday night Sept. 19. The commission Indicated both have been asked not to replace
\ some opposed "Family church..z.. and! school are following the very brief hearing on previous budget sessions this summer employees who leave during the next
might have pro sacred to us., said\UU1I; :. "When any revenue sharing funds. that it would Increase taxes more if It year if at all possible.
\ Parents were of the three infringes on the rights of The board Is required by federal were not for the governor's tax in- Pushing back its problems onemore
\ would the limit the commission used
use the other it breaks down (those law to hold a public hearing on the crease year
or seldom. rights) Clark said.77When $435,000 in reserve to balance the new
of a will the school start serving state and federal revenue sharing The county Is facing drastic budget 78-79 budget. But the commission has
Casey said If a supper each night" Clark asked "Is funds In the budget, which this year problems next year. For the past Issued repeated warnings that no
total It Is the
should be fed. It not that what will happen next?" some $150.000. public'sfinal several years the county commission reserve funds will be available to
chance before the is
said that a Clark said he probably started the budget the has been financing a deficit budget balance' the budget next year, and
to comment bow
tatufJav. his best school first breakfast program in the county adopted, monies on being with reserve funds. But the reserve that taxes will have to go up or programs -
revenue sharing are
funds will out this
run year. cut drastically.
back: In 1961 at Lawtey Elementary.,
.AKI the The
spent by county. new budgetwas
Hurt to W.. of discussion went Clark said be saw that students arriving also discussed at two previous County Clerk Gib Brown is seriously The new budget shows only $51,000In
..ndAf at school hungry were fed, that tax Increase hearings.A concerned that the budgets for two reserve.
TC4Y...... those arriving unclean had a bath. slight property tax levy increase years now have been balanced by us- Commissioners explained the upcoming
.,...- beneficial to Clark said be talked to the parents of of 7.889 mills Just .223 mills more ing funds which should be kept in, budget dilemma at both that tax
increase hearings, stressing
W_'. .. !./' said Mrs. those students and procured commodities than last year, is included i In the new reserve for emergencies, althoughthe courthouse officials should hold the
elPine a black retired ,carried them to the home of budget The millage increase will clerk could see no other way to
and to to find
the students and showed the families line this year try places
Valley 25 years in Brad raise some $33,000 in additional tax balance this year's budget with the
Hollnet.Mot"" In bags could' how to prepare the food. Clark said revenue and is the most the commission five percent tax Increase limit. It was to expenditures. for
"Don't add anybody, goodness
the program in he referred problem parents to could increase taxes this year Clerk Brown and CPA Pat Farn-
Monday. bus system, said former County Judge Theron Yawn under Gov. Bob Graham's five percent sworth who presented the budget' sakesl"I Chairman Maxie Carter put

........... CM. who was most effective in handling tax increase limit. The increase balanced with reserve funds after the
the parents referred to the court.
,Meeting.' i through will it '.
There Is no minute in the bus
r?.. for only those on spare .

Meeting lawtey City? Mrs.lunches Mary,Cissy or or, schedule"Well said Clark Mr.added.Clark," said school Council Must Cut Expenses Or Up Revenue 111

..... Bradford Middle board member Arthur .,kUd.
"' .. students law Clark's wife Jean a first grade
Ilfc I by '
to cost lew to the
Dinner. : teacher at, Hampton Elementary, LYty commissioner will either have of $3.436,367 in the next fiscal year, according
Meeting.. right of every said she Is concerned: : for the hungry to increase revenue source or which includes$2.4 million from utility t. and
their child Is fed. child but I ur concerned also because eliminate approximately$177,000 in receipts. $141,428 from rite A jump In the'cost telephones
--1 tdOY. a secretary her students are telling her they don't propoeed expenditures from the first taxes based on a 3.358 millage other utilities as well as inIIuranceand
will account for
Chamber said she has have to work when they grow up. draft of the 187MO budget proposed, $139,000 from state revenue funds payroll taxes :
In administrative
..... .. get breakfast for "When I.post the question (to first by City Clerk Merrill EdVnirds. (cigarette taxes), and $139,009 from most of anticipated costs next increase year which
garbage collection
Meeting>0.,. graders) 'What' does freedom Edwards to anticipating revenues fees. will rise from $303,000: to$258,000.
1116 step toward mean',," the reply Mrs. Clark said.Is Th. proposed budget totals The streets and recreation depart' ::;;
..... unit." said "It means free I lunch," Her first $3,813,157$212.039 Increase: over meat show substantial drop in the
SforheOty Pat Spengler. graders speak about "it's free, the Index. last year's budget. Edwards said the proposed budget, while operating expense
........../ sees, Supt. Casey government provides, ..ideas of a ". '. .. only request to a five percent: salary for the fire police and swoitaUon -
H.aJ! 23-30 percent of socialistic type government," Mrs.. Increase for city employees. departments WIll be Incrcaaing-i
; from broken dark said TWO SECTIONS Edwards' stressed the budget&
Hannah Delli-Catti. who works lathe SECTION At S figures are avecand will not be A substantial part ol the $89,080 to
an aide at y nutrition program of tin State Society.:............ Pages SA4AEditorial. blaJanceuntil the \.-'!' work federal revenue sharing tundsbas,
)JACKSWTS said she wish- Department of Education said it Is apate .... ........ ... Pa4A it out. been earmarked for streets and
see students with, law that a to be done News*..*..... .. ,.. .,PglA4A Power plant and electric department sidewalks, with the maaintfe t* tilt
.SUPPLY get off the each year, U takes about 10 minutes Legala, RMI Eal...... pgtA expenditure are expected to 'divided among the etertria.depart',
snacks for kids to eat breakfast, said There rise from $1.1 millien this meat, the sewer and w..tcr tyciraas
Hwy 30t'S' am limited state funds ta supplementthe 1 SECTION atr million next year. Water department and the reerwtloa: department ,
lUvitone : ., principal of federal dollars which: sponsor the foartt ... ...Pages 18-3.,5B"'4B appropriation are also expected to No definite date! for a workshop tea
Hwy 100 School In breakfast program she said. Classified i ......,......Pg.78OMtiMrt increase but operation of<< the sewer beta set but state tow require that. a
... . .. .. .. be Oct.
473- Invited to the late page SA) .* Pag4S plant and gas department are ex budget adopted by t,

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Page JA TELEGRAPHBrierton September 27,!p7!
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I DenksHe;; Left siitjJ itl e m:Mb Under Pressure I IFlorida

Prison SuperintendentDave good Job at FSP, according to Vernon According: to series of articles In&the June 6, 1977,'three days befec* *MBresignation. vUeno." K had been charged that It was also pointed out Brierton
Brierton recently promoted to Bradford, corrections department Joliet Herald News his J resignationcame SpeakeHak'a mouth bad been gagged denied Spenkenfik's access to the
inspector general for the prison spokesman. the same day three of*>s top- "r..". not forced to rturffin-J. chose' and cotton stuffed in his rectum media. even after AI Lee, the prison
systems, termed "inaccurate" Brlerton wW leave for Tallahassee ranking command officerauuwere to leave IHlnolf,because I.wee unhappy before be was electrocuted.The system's public Information
negations that be left another prison Oct..1 to begin his Job that will involve fired, and Brlerton's second-in- with UM prison system the area, report, prepared by state Inspector specialist, pointed it out to him.
job In Illinois during an Investigation supervision of internal auditing, command, assistant warden Richard my Job" Brierton Mid. General Dick Williams and According &G' Inspector General
of incidents of brutality within the prison inspection and investigation of Kapture.resigned hours before Brier- Brierton's appointment to the new Miami attorney Irwin Block, said Walnwright bad approached -
prison system.Brierton Inmate grievances for the depart- ton post of Inspector general occured Brierton refused Spenkeiink his right ed him two weeks ago and asked If the
was promoted to a newly ment. <. mm; ; before reports ensurre.oimdtnggtheaeInto to have his minister present for Investigation bad turned up any information
created post as inspector general last An article in The'Gainesville SUn' The firings resulted from two Incidents irregularities security reasons. Brlerton apparenUy that would preclude Brierton
week by corrections department officials said Brierton left his Job as warden of on Jan IS and JI. 1977, In lion,of John Spenkelinfe, were*com Interpreted the state law allowing from consideration for the post.
Corrections Secretary Louie Illinois' Stateville Penitentiary In which 11 Stateville Inmates were pleted. condemned men to have a minister
Wainwrlght promoted Brlerton Joliet on June 9. 1977 during an investigation beaten while being transferred front Reports presented Thursday on the present as meaning only the prison Williams said be refused to detail
because he felt Brierton was doing a of "extreme" ,brutality. CAB riaon. month-long Investigation concluded minister instead of a clergyman the any of the investigation's findings,
the vacated positions were filled Brie on, who supervised the May 33 inmate's choice, the report said. but said he would not advise removing
with personnel from j, other state execution denied Spenkeiink: several Also, the report said Brierton told Brierton from consideration.
prisons ,, of his rights under state law. Accor investigators he thought SpenkeUnk Brierton has said the appointmenthad
ding to the report: didn't want to make final statement. nothing to do with the controversy
The Steakman Refused to allow SpenkeUnk'i "After Spenkeiink was strapped into ,adding 'I wouldn't have taken the
) Briertoa told the Telegraph thefacts minister Into the death chamber. to the electric chair and the chin strap position if it wasn't promotion.feel
.4, were inaccurately portrayed: administer last rights. was applied. Superintendent Brierton very positive about it. It's a real opportunity
Does It AgainSHRIMP that the charges were dropped -Refused Spenkeiink the chance asked him if be had any last state for me."
against the three prison officials and to make a final statement to ment.
they were reinstated, and that be had witnesses the death chamber. "At that time, Spenkeiink said for Briertoa has not
( been looking for a Job because he was Prohibited Spenkeiink from something to the effect of'I can't talk, been A replacement found Brierton. 41, .is
I dissatisfied with the Illinois prison meeting with. reporters during the the strap is too tIght.' Brlerton !interpreted scheduled to assume his new duties
at system.Brierton's. week before his execution. John's last statement as beinga increaser
Oct. 1. at unspecifieabove
application for Reports of physical abuse orSpenkeJ.lnlt. declination of his right to make a Ella an at FSP.
superintendent at FSP was dated however were "...thout last statement," the report said.

Local Youth, 23, I ...more on County Budget I ....more on Breakfastfrom

Drowns in KingsleyThe
it at the Aug. 9 meeting when the Commissioner Dave Shuford A 10-year Iowa study proves a
body of 23-year-old Joseph B. board agreed to balance the budget: pointed out that next year the board breakfast program is beneficial Dr.
Bakken III was recovered last Thursday with the M35.000 In reserve funds. will have to pay back $100,000 to the Hana-Gotta said.
morning from KIngsley Lake by "We need to slice the budget where Department of Transportation, the "If parents are not concerned,
divers from the Clay County Sheriffs we can and build the cash carryover first of seven such payments to repay we're saying we're not concerned
21 Pc. Reserve. as much. possible the chairman the$700,000 the county is borrowing to either" said black resident A.C.
stressed. repave deteriorating secondaryroads. Carter.
Bakken fell off a sled towed by a Because of the lOmffl tax limit Imposed Children should have the option of
boat about 6:30p.m. Wednesday, according by state law, the commission Entire programs may have to be being! able to participate in a
to a Clay County Sheriffs can raise taxes only 2.1 mills next cut next year,such as the library,fire breakfast program, said Dr. Norman
Department report. The ski Jacket year before hitting the 10-mill cap. It protection recreation, agriculture, Calway-Fagen a dentist with the
French Fries Bakken was wearing surfaced but would take nearly three mills to raise and garbage collection programs, Suwannee River Economic Council.
Bakken did not. ; the $435.000 to balance the budget commissioners have repeatedly "Feed the children first and then
DINNER I Cole Slaw next year, when little or no reserve warned. teach democracy," urged Calway-
The search for the body continued may be available. If a reserve is Fagen.A .
throughout the night by the reserve, available for the 1960-81 budget it will The board has also talked of white lady who described herself
for assisted by the Bradford County have to come from reduced expenditures establishing special tax districts to as a retired home economics teacher
Only $289CL3 Sheriffs Department the Bradford in the meantime. fund such programs as garbage collection with 32 years experience, said she is
County Volunteer Fire Department With the reserve funds available it and the county library. Such concerned about the nutrition
the Florida National Guard and was a relatively easy matter to tax programs would have to be approved of all people, especially children."A .
numerous citizens. balance the 197V-80 spending bill in by a vote of the people,
hungry child is hard to teach
which the actual however and In that the
fIJllJ} j70f operating budgets way people discipline. It's one problem we don't
are up$167.000 over the current 75-79 could chose whether or not they want need to have."
Bakken's body was recoverd budget, according to Farnsworth. to pay for programs such as fire protection
around 6:45: a.m. In the part Of With luck, the commissioners said, the library, etc. Director of Operations Lennard
f] !? 1l(Li3 Kingsley Lake near the former perhaps the carryover in the new A one-cent per gallon sales tax on Register, a veteran coach and ad-
enlisted men's club at Blan-
Camp budget will be greater than anticipated gasoline sold in Bradford County is ministrator in the Bradford school
1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FLorida 964-6567 ding the report. said ,'. and the tax increase next another possibility to finance road system,said he has never seen a child
Bakken is the son of Mr. and Mrs.Joe .
year could be less than maintenance and building Shuford
predicted now. starving yet. If a child Is not being
mLriJL Bakken of Starke. "No matter how lucky: you are,you suggested to the board.A fed,it would be reported to the proper
can't escape raising( millage next sales tax would also be subject to authorities. Register who is in
II fear," Farnsworth told the.board.A a vote of the people. charge of the bus schedule, said a
breakfast program would take more
TOP FASHION than 30 minutes out of an already full
Stack Abo InDeavery .
= ManArrettedforAitault school day.School
a 4 pc. BEDROOM SUITES board Chairman Vernon
_ in French Parmenter, pointing out only 20 per-
29-year-old man was charged Larry Townsend RL 2, Box 341-B. cent of the respondents wanted the
: with aggravated battery early Sunday Gainesville. breakfast program, wondered how
$4 morning after fight.with a of those 20 percent wanted theprogram
Gainesville man outside the B&J Deputies said Stephens allegedlylcrwith ,many because it is free.
L i. Lounge In Hawthorne. iKk the bdtt of a t"A; child in my classroom
i David Randolph StepbesSleep >Ar Townsend, 33. nborted- Clark the
"" "" 1 lng I .. ', 14.-i4 ilollow' Drive was /* I)'ulIe1ed several cuts about the first grade teacher at HE. Mrs.Clark
tLJ Putnam County deputies In connection head.
said she handles each case individually -
with the 1:50: a.m. .assault of ;sometimes conferring with the student -

..........I l 'LI.lml..J ( .'.I.'.'...'.'.'.'.'.'. sometimes the parent, and, if
necessary//turning the matter over to
V1 i legal authorities. A hungry child is
taken to the cafeteria for somethingto
n I eat. Mrs. Clark said.

Bradford Middle School Principal
Dewey McKinney said he opposes a
breakfast program. McKinney said it
.is parental responsibility!: to provide
breakfast.He said he got a "no"or no
reply from 78.7 percent of the forms
sent out by BMS. McKinney said be
couldn't see 20 percent of the people ,
telling 80 percent what to do.
h "The people from outside the county -
ri&wk should stay home and tend to their
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own business, said McKinney.
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Entries can be viewed October 4-54.1979 during
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Prizes awarded In Knitting, Crochet.Crewel,, f :,

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broidery....all phases of, needlework..' Call ._

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-- _- September 27. It7t TKLAGHAPH P...3.

TT : ,, i i..Zoning- OK;; for :Pleasant: Grove Convenience Store I

; Some&tag tttw hu been a&JedV "Anyone In favor of thtt Kooning?" white In the audience came forward Lake Geneva Estate, on SR-J1
Bradford County Zoning !Board the chairman eked and voluntarily offered his services tofill southwest of Keystone Height, from
n&*. 1. 4 ,,,, ,$t meeting. vHarmony. a long existing vacancy on the RlA to R-3 for construction of one-
'. Asa body, the entire audience rose board. It.. the first time anyone has story multi-unit residences.
; l"I \ All three requests for revonlng were and 1m lied their auent. No doubt ever volunteered for service in this Raymond Heath reaonlng two
: \ =: quickly approved without a dissenting about it-they want a convenience thankless job. acres off JOO-B (Petesville Road)
... ,,. ;. vote ''but the harmony didn't end tore in Pleasant Grove. Other petitions approved In this from Open Rural to BR3.1.3 for construction
r. y" there. I The final bit of harmony came when harmonious session were: : and operation of tavern
Wiley Langford of Graham; the only W.C. Emery, rexonlng 5.1 acres in selling beer and wine.

The* County CommiMlon hearing
room wa.packed, with every teal
.' 11'3" ,Jaken uBually a sure sign that the air
"" will soon bo filled with the "sound of
f4. ... ; fury"of protests AGAINST some. proposed
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',"..tt', .,..'1.', ,r"""' ....._..,,__.a order-a petition by Ira Hudson for
'" .. reclasstflcatlon one half acre on
.' ...4c ..; Pleasant Grow Road (a connecting .L j
I; ill \ link between' SR-16 and Brownlee i Used
Road) for construction and operation

"j'lf/l/JJfJl'llllf' rJt /! of"Anyone a convenience; here opposed store. to this rezon i i : n!;, 12 x 40's

lug Jerome request Johns.?" asked Chairman .

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tlement west of Starke.
I Hey are these things supposed. to ge on my ears or nose?

I Circuit Court Schedules Six Trials For Next WeekSix All Used & Repros Reconditioned To Like New

trials, five involving Florida Sweet, with a homemade knife. defendant gets through the probationary And Carry A One Year Warranty .
State Prison Inmates, are scheduled I, Mungin Is serving a life sentence for period, usually six months;
to begin Oct. 1 in circuit court. the killing of an inmate earlier this the case Is dropped. U a new charge:
Jury selection will begin Oct. 1 at..B. year. He la also serving 80-year occurs during the probationary Compare What You Get In A Used t '.w.
a.m. and these trials will follow: sentence for robbery. period,the defendant la prosecuted on '

Larry Darnell Beamon 32. Is Five cases: are continued: to Oct.29: both original and new charge.by Mobile Home From John Brown' .It _
charged on three counts: attempted .Bobby Earl Lusk murder In the Riickythe Newby. 20, of 915 1r Y
murder, aggravated battery with a first degree, involving a Thanksgiving St, pled guilty to charge of burglaryand
deadly weapon (a hammer) and Day 1978 murder inside FSP. grand theft at Sonny's Bar-B-Que To What You Can Get In A =I
possession of a weapon by an inmate. Charlie Hawkins a Lawtey Con on July U, 1m, burglary of the Head i
Beamon was involved in an altercation -.' rectionallnatltute corrections officer, Start School on May 10, resisting arrest Used House For The Same '
with another FSP inmate on Jan. with violence
la charged with possession of a controlled on July 11 when
15. 1979. Beamon is serving.. a 60-year substance and Introduction of police officer Willie Searcy arrested
sentence for robbery. contraband into a prison. him and burglary with Intent to com Price
Jerome Carroll, 31, is also chargedon Patrick KirameU,of Gainesville,is mit theft at Stark Builder's Supply 011Aq.D. i. .,
three counts: aggravated battery charged with possession of a controlled You'll Ours Timo
with a deadly) weapon (two counts), substance Dexropropoxphan' by Newby will be sentenced 'after'a Buy Every t,
possession of a deadly weapon by an fraud pre-eentence investigation
inmate. Carroll stabbed two correctional George Brevaldo a former staff
officers Leonard Ball and member at FSP. Is charged with See The All New Fleetwood Stone Ridge Today
Franklin Phillips\ with a homemade
seven counts: grand theft. Introduction
knife on Feb. 13, 1979. Carroll is sere of contraband (three) and Car Stolen, Burned xJ ( ,
Ing 20 yean for robbery. unlawful compensation for official
Thomas Hodges,Is chargedwiU. behavior (three counts). 1P1tr Iater"'r =
battery of a law officer,C.H.DinkbIa, George Brevaldo. also charged Thunderl'lw Danny .. stolen 1979 and maroon burned JOHN BROWN'S : .
on March 20, 1979. with 12 counts of Introduction of contraband : Tuesday morning from Smith Bros.
John Willie McQueen. 29. Is also
Into a prison.Willie Body Bun.ThemMdng.
charged with the battery of a law enforcement T.WWIaIMchargedwithal-
car was reported to the MOBILE HOME CENTERTRUCKLOAD
officer, Leonard Ball OS
gravated battery was placed on the sheriff Soffice around/:18 and
Feb. 13, 1979.Hodges Is In for 30 yea* pretrial Intervention program. The Deputy _
Don Denton said
no suspects have
on robbery.Dell program Is for [int- mac offenders been found. The L .
car was five
Davis Smith, 58, of Rt. 1, Box
280 Starke, is charged with resisting only and similar to probation.If the miles west of town on S.R. 229. _._ __ _____

arrest with violence on June 17.

Police officer M.L. Sibley was ar- I St. Edwards Church Halt
resting Smith on DWI. .
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Page IA TELEGRAPH September. ?. tt7

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:' ',.D'I :Ij f'tJt' .( :''nJ J' .;t.ld. :, ) : :'y Santo Fe ,Performing Arts FestivalTo

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r:. f'WI / Bring Top Performers This Fall

I And Now We Have Jaws III ''f ",.t?, ---

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..r.. Par the second year, Starte area
I ... ., ';. .." music-lovers may least their ear at
There are sharks with long, white teeth like some legislators to take a second look at the the Santa Fe Junior College Fall

those featured in Jaws I and II..and then procedures of dealing with delinquent taxes booked Festival tat of Uuwfree.to.tb.pubUe the Performing Arts.

there are tax sharks. In view of some recent with a view to giving the owner adequate performance; starting with a N
incidents it's bard to tell which is the most om notice of an impending disaster. Jimmy Owen_plustr concert In
nivorous. the Start Woman' dub at 1 p.m. r.r
One DOR official thinks that deputy sheriffsin Friday Oct. 12.

Consider the case of the Quincy couple who each county should personally notify property -
face impending eviction from their home owners with delinquent tax bills that Following be up the Owens Jazzfeetwill

because of failure to pay a delinquent tax bil. they may lose their home if the taxes aren't peering tile here How Tuesday.*String Nov.Quartet V, with ap

of $3.05. paid. He said the legislature will likely be urged music described by the New York
to require the formal serving of notice each Time a*"suave and sensual"Third
It seems the Kenons weren't informed that a time a tax deed is sold The jazz mail!
speculator had purchased a tax deed on their in the series will present the

home because of the small tax bill they failedto Others have suggested that the public short Opera-a-La-Carte scheduled: company for with Satur-two

pay. While overlooking the $3.05 owed for become better educated through the news day,Dec.operas 8, at I p.m.
1975. the Kenons had paid their taxes in subsequent media and the tax collector's office on provisions -

years, even after the "investor" purchased of the tax deed law, giving them a step Last year' Arts Festival performers recorded albums. Owen has composed Second in the series on November
the tax deed on their home-a legal by step outline of the process leading up to the won the hearts and applause many hits including the 27 will be the Rowe String Quartet,,
thing to do under Florida law. He offered to eviction of property owners who fail to of Bradford County and this memorable "Dreaming My life which .has toured Japan. Europe.
pay "
year'* production are expected to Away. His artistry and sartorial Australia, South Africa, and South
give the Kenons their deed back for $10,000.In taxes on their home. Another suggestion is to attract an even wider audience. style were featured in The New York America with its unique style of or
amend the law by requiring multiple noticesby Time-Report on Men'Wear"and chestration. The Rowe group has an
another case at Monticello a black registered mail informing the property One of the top name la the worldof he has been the subject of numerous international background: Patricio
minister received a letter from a stranger tell- owner of tax certificates and liens outstanding jazz Jimmy Owens a talented articles in Downbeat. Radio Free Cobos, first violinist, hails from
ing him to vacate his home or start paying $10a the Others that additional young Brooklyn-born trumpet Jazz and other publications. Chili; Arlene Di Cecco. second
on property. argue player has appeared with such Jazz violinist was trained in England and
week rent while he decided whether he
protection should be afforded by giving the great a* Lionel Hampton. Dizzy The Owen"Plus" group includes Italy I ; Pamela Benjamin violist. is
wanted to leave or buy back his property owner a chance to redeem his property by requiring GOJespie Count Basle, and Duke Eric Johnson guitar; Chris White, American; and Luca Di Cecco is an
(currently appraised at $3,060) for 11000. It court proceedings before a tax deed Ellington. In addition to his 75 bass; and Charb Persip drums. Italian trained in New York. Their

had been purchased by a tax shark for $200 can be obtained by the holder of tax cer- music includes something for every
because the 1974 and 1976 taxes, totalling $70, tificates. taste, from the sophisticated corn
positions of Ravel to Dvorak "1beAmericans"
had not been paid.E1r"er'one .
colored with Indian
knows that people should and While buying a man's home out from under rhythm and plaintive harmonies,
him for $3.05 may be perfectly legal under the and spiced with fragments of tradi-
must pay taxes on their property or face the law somehow it "just ain't cricket," as the '1 c'' tional "hoe down" melodies.'
penalties, but the question has arisen as to
whether, in some counties, they are given adequate English would say. Closing the festival on Saturday.Dec. .
warning, to redeem their property 8. will be the Opera,a-ta-Carte

before it is sold for delinquent taxes. No doubt the tax deed procedures need a se- presentations" including "The
Telephone. a 25-minute comic
cond look to be sure they re fair to all concerned. opera by Menotti. and "The Impresario
These recent incidents of home owners being As it last week "There'llbe "
one legislator put vL a short Mozart opera in
threatened with the loss of their property some changes made"-and none too soon. English translation. The leading
has had Department of Revenue officials and roles in the operas .are sung by
I outstanding Florida artists in-
cluding Lily Demos soprano; Lou
Olson, contralto: Thomas Bolden.
i tenor; and Edward Doe. bass-
I A Dopey Suggestion baritone.

1 In addition to the public concerts.

ring Even with' as officials Governor in Colombia Bob Graham S.A.was this confer-week the conclusion that 40 percent of Floridians Jimmy will present for Owens the entertainment other and' the educational Row of Quartet Brad-concerts

I in an effort to curtail drug smuggling into favor legalizing the sale of marijuana, but if a L !! 1 ford High School and Middle School

Florida, State Senator Jack Gordon of Miami poll was involved we suspect that, like many students.

Beach was telling the state's Tax Reform another poll, it was taken among certain : The annual Fall Festival is made
selected with
Commission that the sale of marijuana should segments of the population an possible in part by a grant from the
be legalized because "law enforcement can't eye to making the results come out in a way to National Endowment for the Arts
. I I deal with the problem." benefit the pollster's objectives. A poll taken through the Southern Arts Federation -
among dope pushers and the denizens of gay of which the Fine Arts Councilof
; In his ill-founded argument in behalf of bars and other haunts along Miami Beach The RotreString_ Quartet. Florida is a member.

i legalized marijuana, the South Florida might show 90 percent in favor of the legalizedsale
I senator said law enforcement cocaine and heroine. But .
L J, agencies spend ,of marijuana, ,
more than $50 million annually to arrest some even the oratory of Senator...Gordon can't f' V v.M' ; "
21.000 people in Florida in an attempt to con make us believe that 40 percent of a true cross
trol the drug trade, much of it in marijuana.The section of the people of Florida-the same ones Friday Is Deadline

J "sensible" alternative, he argued, is to who had the moral fortitude to turn thumbs County Agents For Qualifying
legalize the drug on a county-option basis and down on casino gambling in the state-are in 1yIr.abyVTaifor .

then tax the sales to help support government. favor of legalized marijuana.As Notebook Phone:m-428* Democrat Delegates

"There's no way in this country of enforcinga for the argument, "if you can't control it, -

law that 40 percent of the people don't wantto legalize it," the same specious line of reasoning Friday Sept. 28. is the deadline for

observe," Senator Gordon said, asking com- might be used in favor of legalizing armed The Sunbelt Agricultural Exposi- Carpet lawns should be seeded at 3-1 Democrats who want to serve as

mission members to take a serious look at robbery, breaking and entering, rape and a tion on Oct. 9-11 in Moultrie. Georgia pounds per 1.000 square feel Bahia delegates November to to the turn Slate in their Convention in
legalization.We hundred other crimes. The enforcement of should be a well worthwhile show to lawns at 2.3 pounds per 1.000 square forms. qualifying

these laws also costs money-but we think it's atend.In feet.
I don't know how
the senator arrived at worth it.
', the tradition of the great farmshows Overseeded lawns must be cared Any registered Democrat in Brad-
of the mid-west the Expo will for as your normal lawn grass. Mowing ford County is eligible to run for the
r be the first exhibition of it* scope and will be required but will be less position of delegate and his or her
magnitude the South has witnessed in frequent. Water is important because name will be placed on the ballot to be
I A Welcome almost a century. overseeded grasses need adequate voted on at a Democratic caucus to beheld
ChangeIt moisture to look nice: 1 inch a week is in the county commission room
Considered a major agriculturaland sufficient. Fertilization every 2 months of the new courthouse at 12 noon
educational event, the show has with a 10-10-10>> at a rate of 10 Saturday. Oct. 13.

looks like an interesting fall in store for desire to express it. Practice for. the been designed to acquaint the pounds per I.ooosqrtare feet will give
agribusiness leader, producer and excellent color throughout the
green Qualifinglonns be obtained
_those who are a bit fed UP with gory movies, Christmas Concert will start Tuesday night consumer with the newest innovations winter. al the Bradford County may Telegraphand
silly Tsituation comedies and weekend non- Oct. 16, in the BHS chorus room at 7:30 p.m. so in farm and rural living and must be returned by f'ridato
stop football fare. now is the time to tune up those pipes. development.The Keep your lawn looking nice and Mrs. Lex Green the committee chairman -
green all winter overseed with for Bradford County, or to Jimmy
A break for those yearning for a little The next entertainment treat will be the se- show site is situated on the 1.680 ryegrass: Crosby. State Commilleeman.
acre Field, a former Air ,
change in their entertainment diet is now cond annual Festival of the Performing Arts Force Spence base. 3 miles Southeast .of
developing on two fronts. Moultrie. Georgia. .
presented without charge to the community at .
To The Editoi I
First on the scene is our own Community large by Santa Fe Junior College. Those who The exposition will cover virtually
Chorus a group of forty male and female attended last fall's presentations will be eagerto 'every area of agriculture and
hundred of,
singers who are now preparing for their first return this year and bring along a few harvesting agribusiness.and Ullage demonstrations acres .JUST. POMTIfKl.NCi: promising to give us something for
public concert to be held Saturday night Oct. friends) for the outstanding programs ranging will be featured along with 3O nothing-withnut the people realizing
han to turn around and the
6. in the BUS auditorium. With Bill McRae as from jazz to opera. The first, on October 12. acre of displays of the latest For the good people of Starke. tax they dollars. It's time to reevaluate pay

director and Joann Canova. accompanist, this will feature Jimmy Owens and his jazz ensem- agricultural chemicals equipment Good each dollar. and it's time to reevaluate
A demonstration I think that
machinery plot people. you ought
group has everything going for it. Accordingto the CETA
ble in a program running the gamut of jazz! area for chemical testing and seed to know that cases have already been program.
reports it has already outgrown the barber- from New Orleans to Chicago.Are varieties is also included in the huge made in one section of town on gambling We can start now by writing the
shop quartet sound and attained "the deep exhibition area. prostitution and the sale of beeron various government officials, and the

resonance and professional quality" usually you putting on extra pounds because of Sunday. Most of that was done by next lime we \"OCesay0" to the
There will also be a consumerfamily the County law enforcement officers.
in much who
only larger and something
more ex- all the munching you do to escape the boredomof living show Consumer for politician nothing. promises us
perienced professional singing groups. endless TV? Then why not trim down by specialists and commercial exhibitors I believe you should know that when.
forgetting the snacks while attending the will be on hand to ansv.erquestions you see a semi-truck parked at a particular September II may be the time to
While forty voices are already enrolled the musical treats offered by our new chorus and on what to buy. how to get spot in town' it represents pro Mart
most for and slat'snew stitution. Also. that when you see a Don Shinn
group is still to in the your money
open anyone community the second annual Festival of the Performing on the market. bunch of teenagers gathered together Starke.Fla.
who' has a little talent for singing and a big Arts? with a motorcycle and an older man

Some of our folks who attended last standing In the middle that it Concerned(liens
represents the delivery of pot to your Alarmed at Changes
year came back saying thai !it was one
of the best activities they had ever attended kids. Also when you see a van truck !.Police Department
and a teenager on a bicycle pull up
and highly recommended it toatbft's.
Police Chiefs and but thepoIk'e
beside M.that mean delivery of pot toyour come '0.
LJs3F3SJ1J I hope you have plans to attend department and its officers:
\ this show one or more day of kids. must remain intact for effective: law

h Oct. 9-11 in Moultne. -. When you read this some",of you' enforcement.
..l i he is std "
will say.Well politicking.
j: Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin in 1793 before he had ever teen raw cotton. Does your lawn turn brown during but when one of your kids is killed or Concerned Citizens are alarmed!
the winter and you wish it were The low morale of our Police Officers
"Jr: 1 ,, green? If this M your problem your daughter comes up musing you created by the current atmosphere of
I t overseeding your lawn with ryegrass can"sa1.ole Joe .was lJoseph just politick firings and the reassignment of
F will give a nice green color i ing. N.Warren qualified police officers to Jobs that
pRfp4 WRADIt1Rn CD"I throughout the winter have no relation to their qualification -
Mayor -
*.a practice which demoralize
I ; wilirti: ... October MS is the time to overseedyour the department and its officers. The
1: := / lawn with ryegrass. The TIME: TO S.%V-XO" City of Starke cannot afford to lose
: ." .' ,," ryegrass seeding rate varies depending qualified police officer if they expect
O 0 '" : ,. on whether there is grass growing Editor Telegraph: a high standard of law enforcement
1879M4AJOS ,; .... 'c .. .':f._, "J on this area.and if so what kind of Its time to say no to some of the Qualified Police Officer are not expendable
4-INCE o i BOBC.FERGUSON! -JOHNM. MILLER .; 1Pebrisa.rs .grass. Bare area should be seeded at federal programs. So many of them regardless what one may
: .: a rate of HO pounds per 1.000 square need to up-dated.. One IS the. CETA think.

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that .
_.: it seem most the pear The confidence of the Police '
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Alpha Holds i' Initiation Nu Chapter' "< *- I I f lte fJJkiat'> SPidejtaJyt / f7k'Jlt WJ11

Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Nu ,
Chapter' of Bradford-Union Counties
held its September Initiation meeting Wooly Society Gdilory 964.. 7608 .

Tuesday,Sept. 18, In the Presbyterian
Fellowship Hall. I :

were The Invited twenty-six the members beautifully present appointed Hospital,1 Auxiliary Has-First Fall Meeting Monday Night I

deuert table as the 7 p.m. cock and asked all members to
F.IM1 Plans were furthered to put drapes tie Mizelle was voted Into the club.
meeting opened. .
had on all the windows of the 12 rooms and Mrs. Ed Green was appointed cooperate.Mrs.
'?. The membership committee one door of the old wing front at the chaplain to replace Mrs. Charles .A.C. Basford.Hospitality Shop
formal candle In-
of the light
charge Bradford County Hospital,, at the Swarts. who has moved from Starke.Mrs. chairman elated the shop Is averaging
itiation service. Sara Jackson and
WOO per month income. A bolt of
Drew Reddish announced a
Hospital Auxiliary meeting Monday
Brenda Whitehead,teachers in Union cracker machine has been addedto handmade Christmas items have
night. new
County. were welcomed into the been added to the Inventory and will
The Dutch Treat dinner meeting the Hospital lobby at a cost of
all members. The
!society by same be sold
with wider selection of reasonably.
was held at the Western Steer SteakHouse $46500 a
also had of
'committee charge a with cookies and crackers. Mrs. Reddish Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf,Sr. asked for
24 members attending.
memorial service in of the
memory used stockings for her project of making
also out the new books
Three bids were submitted to have passed year
late Epperson Evelyn and Haney Maxine led Gibson by Katherine the drapes made, averaging $390 per which she compiled during the sum- children puppets which are given to the
Becky Wallace room. A committee of Mildred Frick.
Mark Crawford President Martha Riherd presided mer.Mrs. Two members were voted to attend
Muriel Wilson and Doris Overstreetwere Nealy McConnell, finance
over the business meeting New committees chairman announced she Is the Hospital Auxiliary convention October -
announced.Helen Johns appointed to be in charge of the planninga
were In Miami with the Auxiliary
project and submit pans! at the nextboard rummage sale for the Auxiliary to
the to fill
Becky Wallace and the was vacancy appointed of by second president vice president.New meeting in October. be held Saturday, Nov, 3, at the Bad- picking up the tab.
Mrs. Maurice Overstreet president -
handbooks were distributed.

'Mark Crawford'To .. ding Reports state were and made national by meeting those atten-during Teresa Bailey announced. presided a new over member the meeting, Mrs. Bet-and Library Has Books In Foreign LanguagesSprechen I

Wed Oct. 6' -/ the summer months. Michael JakubUien
The program for the evening was Janet Eisenacher and sle Deutch Habla Ud. foreign lan wage books on free loan
Becky Renee Wallace, .of presented by Katherine Epperson: and Teresa Bailey and Espanol Parlez-veus FrancalsT from the State Library of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallace of Muriel Norman consisting of a long Ewell Frank If you speak or read a foreign Come on In and look through the Interlibrary -
Clarksville, Tenn., and Francis Mark tedious task of preparing the Delta CraftEngagement language or would like to,the place to Loan Catalog of Foreign
Crawford, son of Mrs. Ira Wells of Kappa Gamma Mu State's ten year Michael Jakublszen go is the Bradford County Public Language books available from the
Gulf Breeze and. the grandson of history. The beautiful slides of ten Told Library. The public library has books State Library.
Barney E. McRae of Starke will be years were verbally explained by To Wed October 6 and records for those who would like Want to read Cinderella In German -
united in marriage Saturday. Oct. 6, Mrs. Norman with taped background t. Mrs. Ernestine L. Eisenacher of to learn a foreign language.For ? Learn to speak Russian! All
at 7 p.m. in the Park Lane Church of music by Mona Canova. Many Starke Woodrow and Betty Bailey of Keystone Heights announces the those that speak and read a this and more are part of the services ,
the Nazarene in Clarksville Tenn. and Lake Butler members were seen Starke announce the engagement and engagement other daughter, Janet other than English, the available to you-free your public
Miss Wallace graduated from Nor. at state and district meetings.Most of approaching marriage of their Claire to EweU Craft, son of Mr. and pubic library may request for you library, -.;..
thwest High School and'Is employedby the slides were taken by Muriel and daughter Jaynce (Teresa), to Mrs. Carlton Craft of Starke.A .
the Department of Human Ser. Katherine. The history has been Michael Jakubiszen, son of Ilene November 9 wedding date has "
vices. published and put Into book form. Jakublszen and the late Theadore been aet at Faith Presbyterian Starke Chorus
'Mr Cawford graduated from Brad- The October meeting will be in Jakubiszen of East Detroit, Mich. -'-'Church Melrose, at 7:30 p.m. Community
ford High School, attended Mississippi Lake Butler. The date and place will Miss Bailey attended Bradford The bride-elect is also the daughterof I
College in Clinton. Miss,and is stationed be announced after the executive High School and graduated from the late Lester H. Eisenacher. Presenting Concert October 6
in Fort Campbell, Ky.,with the board meeting at the home of Mrs. Bradford-Union Technical School In Miss Eisenacher Is a 1973 graduateof
101st Airborne Div. Riherd In Lake Butler next Thursdayat the Keystone Heights High School
All friends and relatives are invitedto five o'clock. The October meetingIs 1967.Mr.. Jakubiszen Is a graduate of and a 1979 graduate of the University For a "really great experience In cited and enthused the Chorus
attend the wedding and reception. 'workshop, Ernestine Register East Detroit High School. :of Florida. She Is presently employedat sound" don't miss the Concert by the Members into really putting forth
'* program chairman, urged ali Wedding plans have been mad for Bear Archery in Gainesville as an Starke Community Chorus, Saturday their beat efforts for the remainder of
r ,.. members to be present. Saturday. Oct. 6, at_7 p.m.at the, accountant.Mr. 8pm., Oct. II, in the Bradford High the program. It was an exciting and
Lelias To Have Grand As the meeting adjourned, each Starke Church of God on N.. St, Clair .Craft la graduate of the Brad- School Auditorium. This group was enjoyable experience for the participants
new member was presented a red St. under the talented well the listeners.
: ford County High School and Is organized very as as
rose: All friends and relatives are Invited employed at Carlton Craft Salvage In direction of William (Billy) McRae If you enjoy groups such as the
Opening October 46Leila's Hostesses for the evening were to attend. Starke. during the summer months. Prac- Fred Waring Singers, Ray Conniff
Millie Hardin, chairman. Melba tices have been each Tuesday night Singers, and the Mitch Miller Group,
Howard. Ernestine Register, Delia _J from 7:30: to 9:30: pm. you will be sure to find an evening
Dress and Gift which ----- -
Shop Rosenberg. Adel Mitchell Gladys Miss Kathy Taylor The group got their"feet wet"so to spent with the Community Chorus,
has moved from E. Call Street to 819
Bradford Thomas Julia Ripplinger, and Lucile speak,when they gave a mini-concert exciting but relaxing and enjoyable.
S. Walnut Street in Square Payne. for the Kiwanis Club last week, and This program will last about an hour
will have a Grand Opening Thursday and 1 Shower Honoree received three standing ovations for and from the comments of those who
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and ,
Friday Saturday, their efforts. The comments of the have visited In on some of the practice
6. and W.T. Weeks, UDC t Miss Kathy Taylor;bride-elect,was guests at the event were very exciting sessions and from those who attendedthe
You are Invited to come by honored at a bridal shower last Thursday commendable and over Kiwanis meeting It will be the
have coffee and pastry with us, all To Meet October 3 night given by Mrs. Vernon Red whelmingly complimentary. They best hour of your time that you will
three mornings from 10 to merchandisewill 12. dish, Mrs. Bob Paterson, Mrs. Jack were actually very surprised at the have invested in a very long time for
Special savings on W.T. Weeks 'Underbill and Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson quality and sound of such good music just pure pleasure.Donations .
celebrate the opening. chapter, UDC. will at the home of the latter. that was produced by this "small will be taken at the door

..., ... ... the meet home Wednesday of Mrs., Oct.O.L.3,Beasley at 3 p.m.and at The refreshment table was covered town" group. Following their very of f 1 for the Improvement of the BUS
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid with Mrs. J.D. with a lace cloth over a yellow liner first number they received their first stage, sound and lighting system.
Seymour and Mrs. Gladys Weldon as (and centered with a daisy centerpiece standing ovation, which In turn' ex-
co-hostesses. flanked by silver candelabras.
yYt.iLLIAN Miss Taylor, Mrs. Bob Taylor and'Mrs. M

; Herbert Green were presented Frampton Family, To. Entertain. ..Farm pureau M
J rtttli CU'l8geLJMIuTaylor: was also.
Nancy Edwards and 1. Stfven a vegetable bowl to her Chosen,.",':. The popular Fr il ptoft 'Family;, .'! meeting end sapper,to be held Saturday
china pattern from her hostesses. Starke musical group, will be .Oct. 0, In the new SUrke'Armory. & -
Tex PatrickTo Approximately 35 guests attended.Cmtom featured entertainers at the annual
( Bradford County Farm Bureau George Grant,chairman of the food
Wed October 6 The H...._Will I. committee, said that chicken and
Susan Rehberg Pointing end rice and pork and rice with
Pin Stripping or.. 6666..666..4"It'a homemade desserts, will be the main
The engagement Is announced of Nan- Tm.....Motor attraction at the supper with serving
Edwards of Melrose daughter of Susan Rehberg and Friday ft Saturday. not only fingertips but teeth to start a;6:30.:
cy Alice Arwood of Starke to Tex ; W47MOi that can trip up a criminal," says a The only item of business will be the

Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Michael T. SmithEngagementTold i *..*..,Ie.DUPLICATE spokesman for Orthodontists the Florida Orthodontic and their- election of eight directors to serve for
Patrick of Society. the coming year.
Both graduates of Bradford BRIDGE dental colleagues play an Important The Farm Bureau will start Its new
STUMP High School. She graduated in 1976 CLUB RESULTS role these days In forensic year on Sept. 30 with around. 875
stomatology ,(loose translation: members.
and he graduated in 1969. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Rehberg of for first place at Duplicate identification through oral evidence),
Miss Lillian Stump received a The wedding will take place Saturday Tieing
IS-year pin from the American ,Oct.6,at 8-:30 p.m.at the home of Starke announce the engagement of Bridge Tuesday night were: Mrs. Ida a complex procedure which an in- BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST
Cancer Society,.presented by David Mr. and Mrs. Patrick. their daughter, Susan Marie to Shaw and Mrs. Anne Hamilton and creasing number of prosecutors are
Montgomery, at the Sunday morning Michael Thomas Smith, son of Cody Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cassema; tleing calling upon the dental profession to DESIGNS BYPROFESsioNALS
worship service at the First Smith'' of Jasper and Mrs. Phyllis for second were: Mrs.Lex Green and provide. Forensic dentistry ranges
Presbyterian Church. Bradford Coun- Smith of Jennings. Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar and Mrs. from chart examinations and radiographs
ty was the first county,lathe. state to Wedding plans will be announced at Eva Mathewson and Mrs. Rhea to electron microscopy. 964-7954
go over their quota. T BIRTHSMr. a later date. Johnson.


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Starke announce the birth of a son, ..
Mrs. Mike Gilhooly Is a medical patient Charles Ashley born Sept. 4 in American Red Cross with Lillian THIS
in Alachua General Hospital. Alachua General I Hospital. He Joins a Stump chairman, will be held at the
Starke Golf and Country Club on '
sister; Candice Manna age 3.
Mrs Earl B.:Searing had the follow- Maternal grandparents Mr.and Saturday. Oct. e. at 7:30: Frederic.aid JSUMMER!! .
ing guests over the weekend: her son Mrs. J.W. Winters of Paris, Tenn. the victims of hurricane .
Burge Searing of Jacksonville and. Paternal grandparents are the late --
her daughter and family LCDR and Harold K. Norman and Mrs. Iota Mrs. Virginia Parsons of Miami
Mrs. Jobn G. Sims of St. Mary's,Ga. Norman Page of Jacksonville. spent Friday to Monday with her
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I B-U Retired Teachers Hold First Fall Meeting Did You Know.!' .; ,. .. _> ... ,, ,. ., .;H" '."' .. .. aw,5 w.avr"; 1 : i ifJo.

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of In a variety of activities.Officers I "
Almost six centuries teaching ex. i ,, 1 \\i.1f' T
Thurs- for 197940 arc: president, Mrs. J.W. Griffin Miss LINK* Mr.-and'Mere. Phd'r/Tnals st Aed. 1 t
perlence gathered together Stump and Mrs. W.H. Thomson Mrs. C.R. Scoggtes: spent last week ay ig .:
day.Sept. 20, for the first fall meeting Miss Kathryne Epperson; first vice- tended the reception at Faith Church*, *1tall... Bud with her son-in-law anddauchter Dr. ..
of the Bradford-Union County Retired president Mrs. Muriel Norman; fiord &- and Mrs. Michael SUtrunk in Salem& db''r
in Melrose Sunday'afternoon for Mr... All parents1'areffer aMtoir;
secretary, Mrs. Jeanette Brown; and the. a' : gue v
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Teachers Association. Arc ,
and Mrs. William Key,resident dire\ ,.,; '!
Eighteen members of the group treasurer Mrs. Mary Faulkner cottage at Kfngsley Lake AM!attend?, : Bradford High School students krti'tn!
meet for a covered dish luncheon and The goal for the coming year will bea tor of Camp Montgomery. $ ed the UF football game Saturday ''Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent theweekend vited to participate in a Parents'
membership drive to inactive night .:\ Night and Open House Monday night
United encourage
business meeting at the First Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Mine singer attended _? with her daughter and fami--
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall In members to renew their In- the funeral of her'father ; ly, Mr. and Mrs Tommy Chastain, Oct. 1.Parents
Lake Butler. terest and recruit new members said John F. Burton of Knojtville/Tenn. Jr. In Gainesville.
Miss Epperson.She Robert Lee Thomas in Memphis. was Saturday overnight.guest of his to
The retired teachers represented are requested meet In
Ten Wednesday of last week. Mrsjr,
added members can be retired sister, Mrs. James Barron. the library at 7 A short orientation
599 years of teaching experience Minesinger. remained in Memphis Dr. and Mrs. RE. Dopson spent p.m.
Mrs. Elma Riggs of Kingsley Lake from either public or private schoolsnow and returned this Wednesday.. Saturday at Fernandina with Dr. and session will be held and student ,
had the high total of 51 years of living in either county. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Black and son Mrs.Thomas schedules will be available those
classroom: and administrative ac Following the devotional given by Minesinger's Riverside mother Mrs.Calif, Helen Brian of St. Petersburg i ha ve been, daughter. Dr. a Viand oeobas e parents who wish to meet their child'steachers
Mlnesinger stayed
Mrs. Georgia Watson were guests of Mr. and Mrs .J\E. Welty I
complishments. Mrs. Riggs began reports with their son, Ryan during their the godparents of baby Leigh Ann.
the week. "
teaching in the era of one teacher given on a Drive-In Leadership absence. during past
schools and taught in Hillsborough, Workshop held in Lake City. Mrs. Gladys U. Edwards visited The Parent Advisory Committee for
Broward and Clay counties. She also Mrs. Mona Canova told the group JudArrhral Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner in Lake 1979-80 will be selected and a calendarof e
was the principal and first grade about attending an "Elder Hostel'program family attended the St.Johns Country Wales the past week. events that will be of interest to
teacher at Penney Farms. for one week at the University Sper.w..ra Day School soccer game In parents will be distributed. I
Four of the retirees had teaching of Cincinnati. lingerie Tallahassee on Saturday. I!
experience In excess of 40 years and a Open to people over 60 years of age,
half a dozen In the plus 30 group. 29 senior students attended class Shopar.dferd Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand I
The retired teacher association ate in the cafeteria and lived In a Sevore family went to Lake City Sunday DWIGHT SIATER'SFoil I
meets every other month alternating dorm for the week,said Mrs. Canova. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. W.H. afternoon to help Rev. E.F. Montgomery i
between Lake Butler and Starke. In The program Is availabe in 200 Thomson will attend the State Sr. celebrate his 87th birth
the other months the group takes part schools across the country she add American Cancer Society meeting in day. & Scat
ed. Fort Lauderdale over the weekend. U.S.301S. I
Mr. and Mrs. Duffy Robson of 7 A.... .12 P.... .
I 1oJw First United Methodist Sunday Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. 3 Walnut 51.
;W School classes 3 and 4 enjoyed and Mrs. B.J Eggers on Sunday.Mr. I
skating party at the Skating Palace in MOTOR 011: RC tr NENI
Gainesville Sunday afternoon with 12 and Mrs. Homer Stearns spent
Those from Starke attending the n.Hangman Will .. attending. They were accompaniedby Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and II" OR PEPSI i
Democratic luau at Sea Custom Pointing and I.N. in Orlando. 30ta.
fund-raising their teacher,Mrs. S.G. Denmark.. Mrs. Eskridge 29Tax
World near Orlando last Thursday Pin Stripping cars et 16 OZ. $1
night were Mrs. Lex Green,chairman r.III.. ..,Motors Mrs. W.H. Thomson. Mrs. John The Hentman Will a. Plus Tn. ti Dep.
or the Bradford County Democratic Friday S Saturday Griffin Mrs. Louis Young and Mrs. Custom P.Iatlne.nd
Executive Committee, Mrs. Cecelia: '447100Sterke. D.W. Whiffen of the Starke Woman's Pin Stripping can atTerwllleger Borden' All BRAH53 BEER
Terwillegar, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. .".. Club attended the Fall board meeting Motor .
Odom and E.L. Matthews. Miss of the Florida Federated Woman's, Frtociy A oMtftmftByM47MO I MILl ..1J,1-' $100 Case
Melanie Green of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy of Club in Kissimmee Monday 0a1. Over Cost
Mrs. MB. McLendon of Orlando were Starke and Mr. and Mrs. James Bur- Wednesday, '.toy 9f ,..,...' .. I
also among the guests. First Lady nham of Clearwater spent Thursdayto
Rosalyn Carter was guest of honor Sunday in Nassau. .,; r
and spoke in behalf of President -
Carter's bid for renomination. Mrs. Nora Walker and son,David of
Savannah Ga.. were last Wednesday -- -
Just Arrived to Friday guests of their aunt Mrs.

Sportswear a lingerie. Ewell Lawson Be a CASH and CAR WinnerWINNER

At Leila'sDrass Mrs. H.L: Hutson was visiting
I Shop friends and relatives In Fargo '
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I Mrs.Eugene H.B.L. McLendon Matthews and of his Orlando sister Friday Monday night to Thursday and Saturday and she with spent Mrs. # /! OF THE 17 NEW 1980 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME

D.N. Jerkins In Maxvllle. During her

I I tage spent returned near with last Chimney Mrs.week Lila from Rock.Shaw several N.C.at her days cot Saturday visit.Rudy Hugh Scoggins to Hutson.Friday were D.N.archery in Apalachicola Jerkins hunting and NELSON BRUNSWICK A.-- BEAUFAIT, GA. COUPES TO, BE. GIVEN AWAY BY JAN. 1 17 1980.

Management Area.

,I Master Yvette in Education Harper Key degree received August her > YOU COU LD BE HER!? HOW YOU ENTER THE DRAWINGS!

from the University of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and ,. i.1i: Whether or not you win a cash priie In our Monday night Pro
family of Sanford spent the weekend Football game,all your football game ticket a,.eligible forth
with his parents Mr. and Mrs.Robert T H IE Cutlass $uprem. drawings.Wine your name,address and
The Hangmen Will Be Green. phone> number on every game ticket you collect at Pantry Pride
i Custom Painting end WI N N E HI during each week, return them to Pantry Pride! and deposit
Pin Stripping cars at them in the SWEEPSTAKES bo at the atom'Qtllc.. All tickets
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers of
NAME d petit.dlhHwkwinb.gatker.dlA.oenlr.f.pe, + and
Tarvulllegar. Motors Atlanta were weekend of her JUST BE SURE YOUR IS
. f. guests ONE ticket will be drawn. The person named on that ticket
I Friday&Saturday9d4a2oo parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. ENTERED IN THE DRAWINGS AT drawn will win a 1.80 Old. Cutlass Supreme Coup A new
JI" Ny \- YOUR PANTRY PRIDE STORE NOW drawing win be held ..." week for 17 we....
S. Flo. Mrs. Maxine Hall and daughtersand ,. .,
"- } MM OtOMHOeil CUTUSS SUMIIM COUM.3.000550T0*rTN.seren
Mrs. Doris Conway of Gainesville :TRANSMISSION.AM c.'T"_POWSM "
Mr. J4ts..JI.A Lawson visited elk .sinuswrNMa4oswnwN.acowl. .,
I and were visitors of Mrs. lull'sfather I'
Ji ELizabeth in Lake --, .. J q..........-... WITH wNrrcwAU.ONLY ---. -'
t their daughter. .. ,.Mac Baldwin.Just %w.e.ro ., ..- i,0. .-- -..- -
. if: Wales and relatives In"AuburndDJeJ" :::.IaSaMMr'e"." l.... / 1A J LgllP tlslP"C, 4, 1979.
last Wednesday to Friday. ArrlvdSp.iswar "- aMS s a'r >
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Mrs. R.P. McLendon returned Mon a lingerieAt AT tO .......
day after seven weeks visit with her Leila's
son and family Mr. and Mrs. James D.lhop
McLendon in Blowing Rock. N.C. and Bradford Square
relatives in Knoxville, Tenn. She was
accompanied home by her brother,
4 Loy Mr. and Mrs.Gerry Gibson and Dr.
visiting here for several days. TO WIN THE AUTOMOBILE.
and Mrs. Stewart Dunsford of Merritt

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jackson and family Island spent the weekend with Mrs.
L.H.Gibson and attended the UF football
dinner I
of Gainesville Sunday
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f.:' guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson. game Saturday night. J' SWEET RED ALL PURPOSE Golden ElpeBAIIANAS I

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldwire of t<[T DELICIOUS' I
Waycross Ga. were weekend guests YELLOW 19C
Just Arrived of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.Mr. .

a lingerie and Mrs. Bruce Mathews and C- s / r
At Leila's family of MaiUand were Sunday SAVI 2011 pP" SAYS SOd
Dress Shop visitors of their parents Mr.and Mrs. I
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arepleaaedtoaddtoourgrow. tar e Elementary News
Ing list. Parent Volunteers Mrs Powell. Mrs... Margaret Allen, Mrs. display in the school library areIn- the M..dkl.
Clarice Stephens Mrs Delorts Beverly ..'bpltn.V. Mrs Belly David- Harris. Mr*. Brerida Johnson and SUrte than Village. Tara Marchant; The Indiana

son. ..In. Mr*. Pamela Mr. Betty 1'U..a--. PTA Elementary win have I its Pamela MIlieU; Indian Encampment : MOttOAV.Or*, li CTl'MOAT. .......... ..........
-- Open House next Tuesday. Oct. Rex Belles; The .......... pa.. ....n. day rl/.rrol
r.. at I30: p.m. We bope au parents IIIIIt...lar.a i, ,
I Will take this opportunity come out Cheyenne.'my. Black; Indian House IM li ..... ..... tUUtnt ......
B\1I0DUC Cynthia UUnenberger.; Indian pou e. we ....... Maw. )d.. IM nib.WKftltCMMY. i
rSANTYWAR"1IG> meet your child's teacher or Teepee Mark Traylor. Indian .....
teachers if your child h I in grade 3 Pueblo Darrell Cruce; Indian House \ .Ort.n CMdun*.........nee. :
[ through! tnuUMt V- crepemill 4 ...*. -..-.
Jim Dixon; Indian Objects Sandy f**.ul IMMOT -.k... carat __ .emil .......... \
Crissman.; Indian Life Lisa GrUfla.; .*.
GAS i For the parents who hv children Indian Hunter Earnest Hall; Indians Tilt NHAr. 0,4.1. aWa-noi. cfcMM Mb*.
SPACE HEATER F1 I I fifth grade: The State Don ..area* apple crap M nHU.. .milk.
USERS = Test will.be given th* EUzey.On i caM'KID. ..*(YIn.II paac...*..jutt,)..mUk*_,.. i.bunefee'care.SERVICEMEN .

II Pluas mark this dataon Friday Sept 21. Mrs Ginger

C: ; 7 III your for calendar_ u a It la. very Impor- Brown a homeroom parent in Joy : IT 100l
owners of Atlanta Stove Works uperflame" ALL periodsbe present Tetslone's class, and mother of Lisa
"Thermolalre" Model BV 30A Model AV.30A or Birmingham Stove & RarfflV g t stng You tnaeAAll Brown brought popsicles: at a treat to
n ed wanttmnt
to .
gas heaters to d
certain of these heaters ma'J K"'H"W Purchased after April 1978 are Warned that importance p her daughters classmates.
of these test and that
ay dangerous and SHOULD NOT BE USED I It! own"either Pvt. Michael D.Crape.Jr. I
you ofresponsibility they should
these models, try to do their beat
you Should 'Immediately very Mr*. Delore Powell and Mrs. SuzJe FORT JACKSON. S.C. Pvt.
Box 5254, Atlanta. Georgia. 30307, or calf complete Vernon this form and mall to Atlanta Stove Works P.O. on each and every one of them King are parent volunteers In Mr*. Michael D. Crapse Jr. whose wife, ,I
Snges. toll free at 1.aoo.282.149811'Georgia. TeUtone's room. Denis lives
other states 1.800.241.6998 These heaters all The 5th grade Social Studies classe* in Lawtey. recently
Stove Works' will be Inspected and If necessary repaired( at Atlanta have just concluded completed a wheel.d-v.hicle
a unit The
expense. on The second classes
Only Atlanta grade : are concluding mechanic
Stove Works Model course at the U.S. Army
AV.30A and First Americans
Birmingham Stove" the Indian, Each
Model BV.30A space heaters Range six week units on Safety Training Center Fort Jackson S.C.
are Involved. student
was asked to write a brief Communities and Living Things.

It has been our longstanding policy' as I leading manufacturer 0'' gae-heaters to' maintain" students Indians or Indian lore. Some Units to be studied the second six During the course students were
Quality control In ; rigid have turned interesting\ weeks are the Human Body Nutrition trained to maintenance
the perform and
tradition I t' of this
owciSomi policy, and 'In projects for
accordance extra credit
to with out personal ; displays and Indians. assist in the repair of automotive
IhaRrwetend this request t for your cooperation and 'response. and pictures: depicting Indian life.. On vehicles and associated: equipment.

NAME:_ ... In Mrs Grlffls-Jenklns second
< MODEL NO. OF HEATER:_ PINK LEVEL BAPTISTCIIL'RCII grade class those that had a perfect eraJM's perents. Mr and Mrs.

ADDRESS: Hwy Ioo"stortksrke spelling test on Friday Sept. 21 were Michael D. &PM> Sr' live at Rl- J

*, AV-30A_ BV-30A-.._. Sunday Morning, : Tony Hankerson. Dawn McFarllne Lawtey, '
-- .\ Radio Broadcast (WPXE) 833: Ledarlon Alston and Cathy Burton.
,SERIAL NO: Sunday School 1000;
PHONE: Morning Worship 11:00: Mrs. Randolph's TMR and Mr*. NOW
Ktinduy Longs EMR classes have been study. ettfceOfflcelHep
... Kvrnlng; ing about Community Helpers. They ltW.CHSt.
"- .J Adult Choir Rehearsal
The ATLANTA STOVE 5:30: will tour the Fire House and Police Cent* ...lelectle*
Training Time
UVC. &30
; .. :
I \ Department on Friday, Sept. 28. Hallmark Curds on1 OHtMM
I.).(). Box' 5254, Atlanta, Georgia i\Di UJ r I Worship Evening 7.00Wednnday ; a NI.rt1.a.Ini.da
erkee1 1ft.
Johannes the f
Mld.WeekServlce 7:30 Gutenberg
father of .II.IIC .''''''.tMt7UMethodistH
Adult Choir Rehearsal 8.30 printing was I
originally a, goldsmith. t

Will Celebrate Christian EducationFirst 11

L ____ '"" ..... "___ '
United Methodist Church will church school people under the direction i
celebrate Christian Education Sun. of Mrs. KS.: Mulliru. Workers i
--y'our PANTRY 'RIDE day Mam.at the Sunday morning service at and teacher will be installed. :

Sunday evening at 7:30:: p.m. the

'Confirmation youth and chancel choir: will present a
The Class will be concert directed by Mrs. Spires
received Into the church and a special Drivas with Mrs. Drew Reddish
MONDAY presentation will be held by thee pianist

NIGHT IIIE e !! i!' ::,:: Legal I Notice e'!' i1Li1r! _
NOTICE OFINTENTIONS enable the clerk to mail'

C TO on. copy to each personal
treatment and diipocal .
of woitewater In the FSP
All Interested
Complex 201
Planning In lb..1101. to whom a
NOTIFIED !that the City of
OOAE "t $1,000 cASH 1NNIIR. SEPT. 3-7 1979. Hampton Florida will Area' and on o...the.*_environmental ropy of this Notice hoi of.been Administration .

accept sealed bid. tar of this alternative a* required mailed .
E.1.C"O CHECK YOUR, GAME CARDS EVERY the collection of garbage by the National THREE ara MONTHS i
i and rath. The Contract environmental' Policy
.'. Of ,, o. MAYS WEEK FOR CASH AND ENTER THE awarded will b* for th* Act Coif ettlmole will FIRST PUBLICATION OF
t.rm Oct. 1. 1979 b* presented for the pro THIS NOTICE to lila
\G any i
pti1. MADISON DRAWING FOR THE OLDS CUTLASSfOO"tP" through September 30. tect. The public I I. urged objections they may p

FLA. 1980. Th. contract will to attend. hove that challenge the i
& h provide the following A copy of the completed validity of the decedent's ,t

SiJP1aV FOR 'INEZ SMITH. JACKSONVILLE condition.: draft Facllltl* will, th* qualification of
******* **** Plan may be reviewed
.. WIUNERSRICHARD MENOOZA' PANAMA. BERNICE KNIGHT JACKSOHVH.LI. after October 9, 1979 th*. personal. the representative
or venue or
CASH' MRS. I.J. TELFAIR KRNAMOINA. DENISE 8HESLCR JACHSOI.VIU.S.. ADRIEN RUEL JACKSONVIU.I. 1. Carbag must b. during normal bulne |urldtctlon of the court.
ALL THE DETAILS picked up onc.per week hour at th* following ,

---- ... ACTOFjJAcksoNvLleAMDEAALVINaaLaMoo.EDWARD. KALAP ueaaouviLtwindrSVAULdrnNOO. der. In co. bf rain, the 'Sial.. Rpodtb t .. '_ i ,
.L oJ-
I J ...
,. .
"" will be pickedup County Clerk'Of ",
.wew'.e":: : .:..: CHARLES garbage
-- -- .e / Mo GUIRE .SVAHO- MRS M. BUTLER uACNSOwv.Lta Data of tha first
I.- -! I ETHLEEN HARPER JACKSOMVILL* KAREN JACKSONadcasowvttts DAWN RHOADES i'U".WICK..oo publication ol thl. Notk
,. ''oo .i.no. i .rauooo _.. .1 Courlhou, North Temple
- -- of Administration
J- _a: i7THERE'S l I : STILL MORE THAN$275,949 CASH FOR YOU TO WIN 2. Only' garbage ''nplo.tlc Florida.Av.nu., Stark, September 30. 1979. ;
will b.
CI. ._."" 000 ._...... bog. picked County Clerk' Of. Betty N. Warren, A*
up. All container .. Union County CourIrnwie. Personal' Representative
meat be let In the of th. Istote of Bessie.I.GillI.
Eat Main Street.IOHO .
mo"i .s> mm mutual MM I mm..sat '
mmm.. I t 6 Q driveway or soma other .. Deceased.ATTORNEY .
IM ID u w" am i n/la : Butler Florida.
fryer Combination Pkg.Matlaws 15984wn. convenient place near The FSP Complex 20'Foell"l. FOR PERSONAl .

.. the roadway .* Plan", I* being REPRESENTATIVE
mans S1" 3. Troth (limb, old funded 100% by the : J.J.Welbert Jr.,
Shrimp Rolls tire., leave, etc) will be Hate of Florida for theDopor'm.n' P.O. Bon 10M Sta"' ..
*.t.uIa 'swvNUl. ... picked up once a week of Correction Florida 33091
S151 1
pee Blade Chuck Roast it a a* arranged by the .. For Information Telephone: 964.5200.
im w.ismi nun awe f e ucceitful bidder and call 904/333-0334. I Itthg37. 9/20 3tchg 9/17.
Sliced Qtr. Pork Lain w/.m u 131 the Sanitation Commit .

tat m s unit nea m*nun SUM HIT "Jt1tl t_. All limb cut to a
Center Cut Sirloin Steak u f 251 F. IAR tvl UJ (JI,.""""" maximum of four feet In

tmm.....sue ma length, all troth mutt b* .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT
COnl asuaChuck Roast II'SI" placed by the tide of the FOR BRADFORD COUN- COURT. EIGHTH.

8Iet..III-4.1 $0188 a DIVISION. File Number AND FOR IRADFORD
poneless( Stewing j 48 LB 98 4. If the job I I.not don. FLORIDA.
7B-506-OP. Dlvlllan COUNTY
UN w.ui us Sao mm. ..in BUM S14' I PI Q.. atlfactarlly.. the Sanitation 1.2926. CASE NO. 79-130..
freshly Ground Beet la Committee' will
"" I umm t.'''HM S131 ,SAVE EOd! A La IAYI tSd A La : SAVI tOtS: warn the uccful bidder IESSIE GILLIS./ o.c..*.... STARKE. a bonking corporation
Pork Steaks I. In writing. If not corrected NOTICE OP. Plaintiff va
Ml ui t\tmrn nun..M promptly the ADMINISTRATIONTO EMMETT M. CRAIG and
/fresh Pork Butts taflte SM--WMi OK we.- & contract will be con- ALL PERSONS HAVING LENORAH R. CRAIG his
Pure Florida Orange'Juice 98." lidered breached, and CLAIMS. OH wife; and KENNETH
}!ylus'smoked Picnics I uRBY LARG E in the next bidder In line DEMANDS AGAINST THE FLINT and CAROLYN
i.ittiY f
.|M m t UIM an *i.t mt l New.ie'indljlIloast: u$111 prt' 4/J1/ will be notified. ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL FLINT his wile. Defendant J
(lock Cornish Hens ..S8t .. MIX II*MS & 5. Th. City reterved OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED *.
MH.i unit Mctniiiiwuniui. Fyne Spied Oleo Qtrs. ; "fyne( Taste Sliced Bologna\ M"93i the right to reject any IN THE ESTATE: NOTICE. OF. MORTGAGE .

Blade Chuck Steak tsf IM m i u IM mm MI and all bid. YOU ARE HEREBY FORECLOSURESALE
Be'l 88I& c Vegetable Oil SpreadIMW4U ":- B8t 'r ire; TestS Skinless Franks ( NOTIFIED that th. ad-

grade Hot''OogsiTatTjw"stutted DOZENEGGS _...'..","11I. Sids mutt be turned Into mlnlitratlon. of th. Public notice I is hereby
!'I' Smoked Pork 'Ho b'u 68" Lykes End Franks fuse the City Clerk by 7.30 .tale of BESSIE. GIUIS.. given that punt to ,
deceased. Fit Number and In strict accordance
$118 aallwtii_Ulal +wrwure.IrY Oct. ?, 1979. Alt
ClamsIMetiuns p.m.
784 98iM"( 75.506-CF. I* pending. In with the Summary Final!
Mrs. Filberts Margarine, Dandee Cheese Pizza bid must be **aled and
the Circuit Court for Judgment of Foreclosure:
Mrs. Filbert's Golden Qtrs. 4St rm. will b* opened al iii.r.geior entered In this
hn7rj'rlde 68* 'hnijPrid-ck'ds; : BRADFORD County. cause on
Sour Cream 1
City Council Florida Probata Division September '2. 1979. ....
Meeting. October 9, the oddred of undersigned Clerk of
nOIlN Pantry Pride 684sp id.S'it u88
Crearo Cheese tield'P.ork Sausage 1979. which I.I BRADFORD old Court will en th*
AIM LAMBRECHT Iris Virginia Hart COUNTY COURTHOUSE Sth day of October A.D..
hnirj'P'rid"COttap Cheese hu''Sraunschwlezer:' I. 68 "..0.10.250Hamplon. STARKE FLORIDA. The 1979. tell the fallowing

T.7to SMWIktMGwaltneys Fla.33044 personal' representative deicrlbed property
PIZZA Pantry Pride Biscuits 4/684 Chicken Franks 58' 9/37 Jtchg 104NOTICE of th* estate I I. BETTY N. .'In Bradford County.

w.rgr n are mi mta*.****" WARREN whose oddre Florida to-wlt:
PASTE 4 p4ereHEESE. PenERDNI' Bordens American Singes $131 1 Oscar Mayer Franks SI71 I li P.O. Box 1096. Stark. The Weil Half ol the
OR ,SAUSAGE Fla. The nam and ad- Northeast quarter of .
.,. drew of the per.onotr.pr..antativ. Iout"Clue" ,.. ol
1 OF .'* attorney Section I, township *
99C i N8ge COAT AbINA, SWEET 'N LOW PUBLICHEARING or. nit forth South tang 21 East
TUBE \ F below.' Containing", 20 acre, t
SAME .' i SAY E TOMATO: SUGARSUBSTITUTE .f All perton having mar or tot*. I t tAI.
Notice I li hereby given claim or demand ... that portion ol J
that a public hearing will ogalnet!: tf>* ..tat* era the SEtt of NW A 'In Seetton -
I..n_1.. .mOn MM e>UUMUIIM *\ \\ SAUCE be .held.
the of
Sierra Strawberries by State required. WITHIN THREE 1, Township'6 South
II' Tap' Shampoo r I Florida the ol
concerning MONTHS FROM THE Range 21 Seat West
_IY_a.M 2,1$1/ wr Farm, rl 11I fare aaw French Fries '1 II' 201 Wo.t.wo'.t' ,DATE OP THE FIRST the Emterty. '' 252 feet I
Curity Soft Pulls 15oz" 39't PACK 179 Facllitle Plan for the PUBLICATION OF :THIS whch II** South of the
L.Yaa Iaa r1aM 38947h7rr5ele Florida State Prison NOTICE to fll. with the 'County' Graded Rood)
CAM 250
L tjjrirTne"Mouthwnh, SIn Canoe tlpt err : 'OF Complex (Florida Slat clerk of the above court known a tho f'rIm1.w.

Prison. Union Correctional e written. itotomen of Baptist, Church (load), I
t'ioiid.' file ;;:; Deviled! Dabs $1M Inilltutlon, end any claim\ or dn ond ., BflMkt auction .. the
titltl l surrounding Stdte- they may hove. Each hlghew
owned land", ) within claim mutt be In writing .t the Eat .renhdoovoof '

PANTRY PRIDE COKI;. SPRIT> > !, FRIOa,, Bradford and Union and must Indicate the the Bradford County
TAB 11 c-....... The hearing bail for th* claim. then Courthouse, t.rke. f
I OR QUIIIII. tatlifl the requirement _and odd,..*of tie 'Florida tftffwlfl fWt> fw KH
1WaffleSyTUP. 79Cj ML !I. .g DiNiMERSMANSIZ I *of Public law creditor or hH agent *r hound sole, ta-wltt 1,
r rAda. + 92.500, TIHe 40 Part attorney. end. the 1:19 ".M.. some being :
,, null o.aar lauaMltty ETUK 39.917.5t Ttw' hearing amount clai n 4. M ..S. Ieo f toie daw on..I :
'pAOMrrn* uam M LIT rArrk AUJS., ; will b*.held en Tnvnday.Now. claim to not yet due, the .. Qf hour O* ..,!4% J
lUCID TWIWCV OMCHAMCOAV *. 1979 at 7:00 dole when It will becom DATED Nth 14th day ol !
CAN.NY MSI PATTK* gWPtusAA ,p.m.' 'In the Bradford duo shall be ,$ot*d. H S promb. '. 19'19. 1
YUMBLIK ,oases SAVE 501 0 / County CommlislorfChamber the claim to contingent or George H: Plorti, 94 \
3s' Para awtzlsR ate, c *. County CthouMo -.- unliquidated th. otwr* North Tempi "--' ..1'I, ,
CLASSES> tlwe tooA;eotAttle;: .." North Temple of fMi ifttc vottHi ty Nan Stork. F1oridot 54011' 1
c..... 011 allOWN (99.j owes I.IT1111 0 in6. ..., -I 2148I "" dS30 Avery*. Stark. Florida. be .toted. If ....claim IIr Mtonay for ,....... t I
.. 'PLUSD<<.oSIY : UPEnMARKETOeH Th* purpose of the :r*. : PI.CQ. nroafrN. .. 'heerlng ,will b. t. '.hall b* .....1fIed. TK MI dy. D.CMwk d ...
M...mw.YM MGNMp. t1aMR 1 .>ft timn_.. &W9 ; 11IR1'WMI1 fK.",.. commenta fromlb. :claimant halt ds4Fv.rsulfkl Circuit Court ffo1I4fOf'd' -.
public< on the j J
r' .. A-SpV... \ jI, elected aJtemativ. for ,/ relies. ',p the derfc to, 9/20 2dta 9/2{.; ;
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Pale 8TELEGRAPII September 27. l.7.

eef. ::oe : e iilJ!! !! : : iHJ Le<'!.."JiUU II 1)6. : Iii! ] .-lilEIII[ !. LEGALSw ..I I 1! i!!! ill! II! 1NW-e[ bt: !I!!!.MX U I. l nHH ll! : OC au = aii! : UN

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THEREOF RECORDED IN od Court In the above AMERICA STORAGE Bradford.' Slat o.cNItdo. look t. Page 36, current OTHER )fERSONS IN. enable the clerk to moll
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL DEED BOOK L.PAGE 629.: ....... coueo. the undo UNITS, Rl. 2. BOM .r. required to serve o F\ Public Record of Bradford TEftCfTEO IN THE ESTATE: one copy to each personal
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PUBLIC RECORDS OF .tgned UnH.dtat... 22.1.1<.,.._ Hit.. Flo. co'Lryf your written &Unless such caul/loot./ County. Florida' all YOU ARE HEREBY representative.,
pa BRADFORD COUNTY. BRADFORD COUNTY. Mormhol or any of hit duly 32646, Intendt to detente. ., II any, to It on or certlfkate shall beredeemed In Section 30 Township NOTIFIED that the administration All person "Interested
FLORIDA CIVIL AC. FLORIDA sjusherited. deputies register told llctlMout peiiffoner' attorney, according to South. Range 22 last of I he In the plats. to whom a
TION. will tell the property name under the provl- what* name and address law the property described estate of Charles copy of tilt- Notice of Ad- -I"
I CASE NO. ". /-CA. as Set forth m the order Muoto 'In Bradford County. lion of oforesold It J.J. WOLBERT. In sods certificate or has .been filed against Whitney --... deceased. mlnlttrotlott hog been
of final )judgment. Florida described o*: .,atu'.. JR:. P.O. BOX ION certificate will be told and Pit* Number matted' ore required, i
or*requiredto .
L.M. GAINES. Plaintiff Doted 9/13/79. For a point of beginNorthwest Richard Bloodgoad' 8TARKI, FLA. 33091. on to the rrlghest Udder at you you 79-92-CF-* pending In WITHIN THREE MONTH* I:
.vs ROGER D. GREEN. Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk ring t.mm.nc. at .... owner, or bolero October 17. the eovrt ,house door In serve a copy of your th* Circuit Court for FROM THI DATE OF THI ,
pe Defendant. of the Circuit Court by comer of the Doted this 20th day ol 197. end tile tho the month of October written defenses; If any, Bradford County, FIRST PUBLICATION OF f
ell NOTICE OF /t/Tonya Hodge Deputy northwest Quarter of September A.D.. 1979. original with the clerk of 1979. which I f. th* 11th to .It on J.J. WOLBERT. Florida Probato Olvlion. THIS NOTICE to. 'file any i
of SALE Clerk.. the Southwest Quarter at Keystona Heights. Fl. this Court either before day of Odober,1979. JR. Plaintiff attorney the address of objection they may .':
TtIn NOTICE I.I given. that Date of the first of Section 3. Township 7 '/2041Chg10/11 service on petitioner''* Dated this 27th day of whoso address I. 206 which: I I. Bradford County have that challenge the \:
pursuant to a final (ludg publication of hit Notice South. Range 22 East. attorney or Immediately Augur 1979 South Coll SI.... P.O. C.v, house. Starke. validity' of the decedent's .
m mint doted September of Sale I* "/21). 79 In the Bradford County and thereafter; otherwise GILBERT S. BROWN "1064. Stork. Florida Florida 32091. The personal will, the qualification of :,
12.: 1979 In Case No. Bradford County front MId point of begin* NOTICE OFINTENTION judgment will be entered CLERK IV: teuton M. 32091 on or before' October representative of the personal representatlvo ]
M 79.374.CA of the Circuit Telegraph. rung, run North 68* S3' for the relief damanded Moody dork of the Cir IB, '1979, and til. the estate I* Archie Leo or the venue or \
Li Court of the Eight 9'20 2Khg 9/27. 3O: East. 39S.0 feet: then TO REGISTER In the petltl_. cult Court of Bradford the original with the WesHoll Crawford (jurisdiction of the court.
Judicial Circuit In and fo run South I* 13 30" East. FICTITIOUS WITNESS my hand and County. Florida. Clerk of the Court either whoso address I I. Rt. 1. ALL CLAIMS. '..
59 Bradford County 90.0 feet, then run South NAME the teal' of skis Court on 9/6 4tchgfV27 before service on Plaintiff Box 122... Storko, DEMANDS. AND OBJEO !
M Florida In which IM September II. 1979. A Florida 32091. The name TIONS NOT SO FILED ;
UNITED STATESDISTRICT 88 53" 30" West. 150.0 attorney or Immediately '
hicl! GAINES is h. Plaintiff COURT feet then run South I* Pursuant to Section Clerk of the Court By: thereafter. and address of the personal WILL BE FOREVER BARRED -

and ROGER D. GREEN it MIDDLE DISTRICTOF IT 30" East. :32.69 '..t. 165.09. Florida Statutet. euloh M. Moody, A* oth.rwl. o default will representative'saltomey !'l'
ct Defendant.. I will, sell FLORIDA then run South N'53"30"W..t. notice I. hereby given. Deputy Clerk. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT be entered against you ore tet forth Dote ot the first "
u to the highest and best JACKSONVILLE 243.0 feet: then that the undersigned 913khg 10/4. OP THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL for the relief demanded below. publication of this Notice .'
bidder for cosh at the DIVISION run North I* 13' 30" Robert Lamm Rt. 2. Boo CIRCUIT IN AND FOR In the Complaint or '.tl.) All person having of Administration:
East Door of the Bradford claim or d.molld.agaln.t September 27.
West. 122.69"0 the Flo.
pointof 603 A Melrose.
the estate are III Archl. Leo Wesrlall :'I
Courthouse in HOTICIO'Al'l'LICA
County UNITED STATE OF beginning. bu.in..sunder
32666. doing
my required. WITHIN THREE Crawford. At Personal
Bradford County. Starke.Florida AMERICA. Plaintiff, VS Subject however, to the 'firm nom. of TIOH IN RE: J.D. ODOM. JR. the seal of this Court this MONTHS FROM THE Representative of the eEstate ;
between 11.00A ALBERT FRAZIER. Single, taxet if any du. for the "4 C's MOBILE HOME FOR TAX
ODOM. 5th day September. DATE OF THE FIRST of ChariotWhitney
tie M. and 12 Noon on Oc- D.f.ndont Court No. 1979. DIID
year REPAIR Rl. 2. lox 603-A.
eh tob.r S. 1979. the following 79.I24CIV-J-M.. ot public outcry to the Melrose. Fla. 32666 Intends *ec. J 4,14P.S.NOTICE HIS WIFE PLAINTIFFS v* 1979. PUBLICATION OF THIS Branon u
MARGARETTE I. S. BROWN. with Deceased.
file the
detcnbed real pro- NOTICEOF highest and best bidder IS HERESY GILBERT NOTICE to .1;
to r.gi.t.r.aid fictitious JOHNSTON. DEFIN. THE COURT. clerk of the above ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAl .
pert/ SALE far cash at the hour of name under the GIVEN' thai Ernest CLERK OF courta ;
T LOTS 2 AND 4 Notice I I. hereby given. 12.00 o'clock Noon on provisions, of aforesaid Hunter the holder of the DANT. BY! (signed) Marian written statement of. REPRESENTA. .-
I NOTICE OF McRoe, AS DEPUTY any claim or demand TIVE: Dudley P. Hardy
BLOCK 33 J M JOHNS that pursuant to a Final October 24. 1979 at the statute. following certificate ha q
t SUIT CLERK. they may have. Each Esquire, P.O. Drawer ;'i>
Decree of front door entrance ofti. filed old certificate for
For.clourot Robert
OF STARKE AS PER PLAT entered on August 29 Bradford County Datad this 6lh day of a too deed to be Issued PROPtRTY 9/6 4tchg 9/27. claim must bo In writing 1030. Storks, Florida
1979 by the above entitlE Courthouse ot Storko. September. A.D. 1979 In th.,..... The certificate TO: MorgorMte. L. and must indicate the 32091.: Telephone: ,.
Florida. Doled Bradford County. 9/6 number. and year of !I. Johnttoo Last Known ad- basis for the claim the 904/964-3701. 9/212rchg V.

September 13. 1979. 4tpd 9/27. ._.. the description d,...: P.O. Box 3IS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT name ond address of the 10/4. 'f.
George .. Grosso, of the property and the Hampton. Florida FOR BRADFORD COUNTY creditor or his agent or 4!
and the
I ,
United Slates Marshal name In whl"It- wo, YOU ARE HEREBY FLORIDA PROBATE attorney .*{
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN Middle District of IN THE CIRCUIT .....aod are o* follow: NOTIFIED that an action DIVISION. File Number amount claimed. If the '.L
claim I I. not yet due, the
BRADFORD COUNTY Florida.Curtlt. COURT OF Certificate No. 114. to 'foreclose' mortgage 19.52-CP, Division date when It will become The Hangmen Will BeCwtemPelntlngend
v CALL Fallgotter. BRADFORD COUNTY. Year of 'Iwuance 1977. on the following described ((1-3136)). due thai) be .toted. If .'tr

n BILL POWELL Assistant United StatesAttorney. FLORIDA Description of Proper property In Bradford IN RE: ESTATE OF the claim I I.contingent or' Stripping can at" .,
Attornay for LOT 6 OF PINE
o tyi County, Florida: CHARLES WHITNEY unliquidated the natureof TIII...,Motor
E Plaintiff 9/20 4tchg Civil. Action No. 79255. PARK SEC: 03 TWP! .7-S. BRANAN. Deceased. the uncertainty shall Saturday
1C REAL ESTATEI = In ,. the marriage of P22. Lot One ((1)) and the NOTICE OF be staled. If the claim It 944-7200 ..,
1B NOTICE OP EDWIN KENNETH Nom.In which assessed w..t 20 feet of Lot 2 In ADMINISTRATIONTO tecured. the security St.ke.fl. 'J
I) UN. Walnut St. 944-4444 24 hrs. INTENTION CAULEY. husband and Raymond. Taylor .t Block :29. Slonlon't Addl- ALL PERSONS HAVING thai) be described. The .l!
TO REGISTER VIVIAN WILLENE ol. Lion to the Town of CLAIMS OR claimant shall delivertuftklenf
/ b. bo.., Ask. about the buslnes FICTITIOUS Hampton a. some op. copies of the
Want to your own properties b.inglin the County of ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
I wif. the' clerk
claim to to
we ho..... NAME NOTICE pear of record In Plat
t 1
Pursuant to S.ctlon
Several older houses, downtown excellent Investment. 864.09. Florida Statutet, : VIVIAN WILLENE 'I
Call for appointment notice It hereby given STRICKLAND CAULEY

that the Bloodgood."nd..lgn.dRichard Rt.2. MAILING UNKNOWN.YOU ADDRESS

Cholc. building lots with low down end owner flnenclng. Ron 224E. Keystone H,... ARE NOTIFIED C REAL ESTATE LISTINGS

Fla. 32646.: doing that on action for.
ASSOCIATES business under the firm dissolution of morrlog.ho.
Mary Hamilton 964: 6235 nom. of "MIMI OF been filed and you ",

CWO(R.'.) Dom DeSanliogo 964.S373 1
Robert A. McRo.. 964-7279
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"Inflation: when you nuvar .had it to good

RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE REALTY 9C4-SOC.i IB230S or parted with it to fatf, r, Max- H*... .. ResultsSHOWCASE :

964.8788 or 964.7896 :, ruJil1Cfjar

2305 N. T.mpl.Ave. (U.S.301 N.) {
B N.Temple A.... ',

03 BR block carport reduced for Quick Sol. to $16,500. r
111 3 5R. 1 IotOG*&j 9). Excellent Terms. < ....
03 BR garage. fireplace $24.SOO.
03 BR frame only $17.50O. 211.g.. t erb000.00! J PHONE 064-7778 [9-
02 BR block lorg. DR. LR S lot fireplace, $28,000. Reg. Real Estat. Broker TERWILLEOAK 201 N.Temple SMrke, rkwlde

2 I'. I Bego. ) tOgOjj Good Terms III"l'O' '
I STARKE COMMERCIAL... .301 North Mold 0 Lawtey
L*,' .Prime: acres on U.S. 301 with 180 ft. frontage. Over 200sq *> .. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
2 ....I Bath CB,. workshop. S rental! coti.ie prlc. just 782-3806. '
ft centrally hooted and aired block building. Storage reduced.2BR > .Off\ce\ .782-3 31 Horn ;.. Jsii US TODAVkf O* VA/FHA CONVENTIONAL"
buildings.' Over 9000 sq ft. of concrete A parking space INEZ 1. STARLING Associate Iv... 711-3004 TLIY !7'TJ&- {' FINANCING

sea.ooo. I .... Family room, comet. A/C Southgote. .Immaculate .
379 ft of land on U.S. 301 with water A sewer 67000. $28.400.00. AU BRAND NEW 3BR.MA, C,. 7 ec 145.000.
will divideSuccessful. 4BR. FI. 1 Ac $17,000.
I 4 station beauty parlor Th. Looking Glass 'In 2 BR. 1 Bath clean. t n.... $38,000. Good terms. Con I.MO 'It.CB.iVII..n CH/A 3BR. Stucco % Ac $71.SCO.
Storke Plata. Present own. will remain, o. operator. Only NBA W/W carpet family room. sq. J SIR. CB, I.36 *e 20000.
vacuum .If
59.000 which Includes $8000 worth of equipment and system BEST SELLER "HOW TO PROSPER DURING
lock 3 Acre with 3 .bedroom home, Hampton ..... cleaning oven. FPt Fm 10 Ac Shade 120.000 THE COMING BAD YEARS" BY HOWARD
on 3 Ac (4.000..
86500.KINGSLEY LAKE Brick dupl. with 90 ft. on wa- 3 Bedroom Homeafr.COfJ SjOcM..la/d vorMke' Central....A AirMobile 3 BR. 2BA, CB. CH/A 1.30 10 Ac Ponced $...000 BOOM IN SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE -

Ac. Shady $...100.. Many Small TracksSIR.

COUNTRY CLUB 2 story brick colonial 4 BR. 3 bath double t .......re'. 1 Both could close In porch far 3rd Bedroom. 2 BA I.MO So,. Ft Terms
with" utility $80.700. stone exterior, with 4 beautiful acre of lend,workshop 1 a
garage CH/A FPL Fm Km
Carport j. ,.,. Y.rd-Toos. Equlp- r
.13 Ac. 37000.
m-n Vehkle. Home. 301
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. 1 bath block with 16.32 pool on ( Prim commerclel-20 choke ecres-lOIN.
I.4 acres $48.000.WALDO 4 BR, 1S. 2 acres, Klngiley. leke ..... Sit Fl. '.2 A* $...000. North. Realtor. 620 W. Adkln Neat, fenced home $".ooo.

Multl.ftUrpo'vnl.hed .,...* cottage 50000. I
2BR block. CH4A. in town 24000. $ acre posture 'land, high A dry. Box 1338 404 W. Adkln, your home or rental. $9,000.
Keystone Hgta,32656 lake St. Ocala block-nk. tree $27SOO. I'
2 '% Acre* Hampton erea Include well', Coptic. A light
LAWTEY Garage 30 x 50 ft. with 4 bays and small office 473-4803 I Store A apt*. en 30I-$27MO.
bldg. 34S ft. frontage on US 301 33400. p.1.t Roberts 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. 14W. r

It ocre posture land high A dry whit few tree*. Ontu Ownor needs. sell 3 Great property acres from Holiday INN. I
6 68 with 351 ft. US 10 furnished mobile to 3 !
acres on 301 x 40 building on Call St.-ept. upstairs.
home with awning and chain link fence $20.000 owner 79 acre; $1,000 ,r. acre.BO \ .iFT m21 Real Estate SR.3 Bath,only 4 mo, old. Large ep$. complex 301 $79,000 good cosh flow. I
CI homo Water St.
financed., I on. Colllt.eaI.'ot. 100.190,3Q0. :

acre.. Marion County. I $30.000. Call St. commercial' lot iS4'l9.800.. f
Home & Incom. Comfortable 9 room from. home 964-7828 988 N. Temple 3 Country Club lot. 1 acre each.$4050. each. i

(approx :2.000 sq ft.) good condl'lon.lg. modern kitchen W. ..mStdoIlhtYBIJock! Creek. I 'Inflation Fighter. Ideal Pretty .lot-nice tree-Besent Rd. under ".000. (

dishwasher stove, ref., 3 or 4 bedroom, approx. 50 3BR. 21, Brick outside' city.on 100x300 ft. lot. CHI A. mot 'Investment. opportunity. Hampton Oaks. lot $7,400 star Leke.
pecan trees, 3 rental mobil. home, I extra hook-up present 3 I.drom. II both homo on Sampson Lake at a pin.,: SIt 230 _to Residential neighborhood.Access Lake Senta F.1ot Alochue County $14.900.
.tup Income $400 mo. Room and loned for more to Crystal, leke. Homo (commercial) A rental cottage Madison $22,500 i!

MH's nice garden space, on 6 acres $65,000 owner Crosby lake, restricted... Broker Owner 3 BR 11, IR. DH. on Laura St., now wiring and plumbing. $13,000.mobile home- 2 I.u. 13 acre 301 A Morgan Rd. $3+,000. i

financed., .
100 M 10* let .In town 3000. 2 home In Lok. Butler. WE HAVE A 3 BEDROOM BATH HOME FO' LEASE WOo I

LOTS 4 ACREAGE in tour counties! I 11 I MO. FIRST LAST MO. IN ADVANCE. $100.00 DAMAGE I
Mini Storage 1$ unit' with little or no vecencles of el
Including: ocr. & Lowl., area. DfPOSIT.IMM'OIATIOCCUflAHCY.
up Small home In
Owner financed, 53.000 ocr. times, .... 400 $q. Pt. office' .,.., ..... let with plentyLarge Hampton. -
per o ..otI.... .
2 Double wide on ocr. lot. SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE BARGAINSi i iId.
7.11 Acres ft Assum.9'i.% 14 W attractive CB home 1 $34.100. r
Equity mlg $17,200. on acre
ervlca Station with nice office .,.. a...,.
building on 1 ecre .lad Equipment. Included, ceulmtmerctol 14 I nice! single wide on approx. 1 ocre lot. MOVING Pretty acro-Rd. 235-home large shop $33.000. j i"
pumps .
36.33 ocr. 1340 ft. on US 301 Good Investment at Ita ........ Sail. or L_... Furnished MH I ecre, SR100 A 1123.-....... offer I '
S56.SOO 20 to :29% down. IS yrs. at 8V4\ % 3 BR 1 B. from, nko. 2 from. out buildings doubt CBgarage. LuMurleu JBR Sloth with EVERYTHING I 36!.900.

bldg. on lot with Irentog*on Washington .'CB otfko with AC on 1.7 acre. OUT ORMOVING 610 Milton T.naco"1 2 B Convenient location..
160 Acres good rolling land paved road frontage at only 12 greet acres, ranch style home $...000. 'I

SI.000 per ocr. will split. Old Sunece Station with son,. ...vl.......... 2ir f........ largo from dwelling 3 acre with 2 mobile homo rentals lnvestment-4 rental Call A Bey St. $M.000.
on 361. ceuid have get allowance to go with the sol... excellent bur.Grahatn 404 W.Madleen II 2 story $23.40nlca lot. ,
Beautiful wooded 'lots for homos In restricted' area. 2.500 lot near Country Club 200''''' $$.500 en M. 230. ;
and $3.000 with :29% down 5 years on balance ot 9%%. Appro. 200' ....... Hwy 301 N. 2 II CB house.Nke __. I and 2 acre Iota on graded rood, term :34 oc......*. homo on Rd. 141,Will divide..

SORRY YOU available. Comfortable. home pretty ground 1304 ',att. "
MANY DIDN'T CALLI MANY!I Ill I I OTHERS DON'T II let .....e TyU.fc!).l. 140 frentege. UP? Commercial lot/ next to Terwlllegar Realty $30.000. :
80 acre*, mostly cleared. paved road frontage. Union I Energy Efficient 3 BR 2 B CHAA on Searing St. '. f
-WE SELL THE EARTH AND EVERYTHING ON ITT I 1111"I .let u* show you our M.hlI.INmo Park we .have for Sol*. County between Raped and toko Butter. Florid. homo, trellerf fish pond largo ...... Rd.lOOW. :

'Deluxe MH on Euclid A Epperson St.
Office Hours Mon.-Set. 9 .'" to < pm. W.hove MM. .lot a..let..for home, cell,* today for l.. Very nke! 3 M.2B.CB.on paved rood. CH/A Crystal lake Estate on (eke Geneva'a 'fine Investment. I
Eve.| Sun. by appointment.EVENINGSi ............ home sites.BVt FIOR51AH

':, Mao JV4 Aero .lot* ((2). REALTY Martha Darin AtMctote J J&MEJL
I >. Ralph. P. Bryon Realtor acre of 'land off Forsyrh Rood no Improvements Evenings a Weekend 762-3397

rot, 944-4204 llltlen C. .<-- Beautiful. totting) with pecan fig, peer. A ole' IB acree. good land. ,. I Pnene 944-7700
or/Salesman" ok.* ... > Bern fenced A tress fenced., 2 born, meet .bt 393 N.Tempt AvenueImaM
Weyne E. Douglas A Office __n..r 1"I. COMMERCIAL north with building.
Broker/Seles. I 2B.Rem, nous. In

!'I' 4U1D.yld $ .ere* Hwy 121. priced .. $3.700.00 per ecre. 2 BR, 1 MB. l.. DR. torp*laundry room,garage CHI A. on .......... .wiser will Midmtg. KM* IES. MMHtlXTatiit
p.w.1Asocl.t. 3 acre., almost new and spotless, off SR 14. to qualified. buyer. ,
E. Dyel JudeMoed) ices Rental
Associate A..der.' SB*. 15. Con. HAA, w/w cerpet-l ecre*. Largo 2 story In town. perfect for 2 apartment 16 A. owner will hold. **iuemmI N. i
444-1221 944-413 96$143 ......
3M. IB '__ E ecre*. ". .' 40 acre off Morgan Rood. I 3 Acro. $taf* Rood 230-'X Only$4.990f

IB*. II.Apt. In town, w/w cerpet. A/C ." lU'' 3 BR, i ,M. .B. Milton Terrace almost now wry nk*. I........ Room smell 1 equity'A bath to ACT lot(For Mobil Horn) $2.990
I. sow Apt. to town. horn with 3 $. 11 Ml
Io// Acre* Hlway Lawtey $22.500i
I.I I. RELOGON511Va. ltHamptonDR.FFRutiMl CHI A. lovely 36 A.. .......... Are*.
i 40 Acres 301 North
.R/C./ :'W Hlway $45.000

S..owM.PevlH.Peulki. --..... :*if Nko\ homo m city. LR. DR. FR. 3 BR I 'A B, CH/A. potlo. 160" on, Sampten ''lake,. 9

I If LouNh.96410617 Fauikner-Reerrer' garage large.)tom..lot. smeR amt. darn. ewn.r Somt :Acr*og. AB Llttl(
I betonce.vnmi .
;, "" f win hold mtg. on AB $50 Down
UALTO*'ASSOCIATES Associate .. ...... ...II'V.
7 "barn P ufk..e.944.4143 Robert JudHkFlynsiAM ...... P. Odom BrokenBRI.
f 1 i t t t Veda M. Se PjS'lrje '
....L.GttIfI. .....944-749 '
J .toMUngferd. -.* Pool( Andrew 944-7739 tauy!
] c- Lucille Spry .L,O.Doll 944-7191

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GRACE UNITED METHODIST !evlval beginning at 7:30 p.m. : weekly den riche behcMonThursday ton Candy sod PoDcom.on.. next

ThejMMren's choir, "!(JdI of the veryone welcome ''''H'\\ nlghta : on meeting will be held Sept.. 27 at 7:30
Ktatffen" sang for Early Church this yrgggatelle'elT7: Carter Road in Lawtey. p.m. in the school cafeteria We encourage -
pesTSftday and did an excellent PERSONALSI Plisne.nN3OI We need interested boys, leaden, all parents to attend this im-
pretflttatkm. Those singing Mrs. PredJMoore visited her son-in- helpers, old Cub Scout uniforms you portant meeting
Mild and Michael Becker, Michael were law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. J.W. wen Saturday supper guests of titeff '. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Syk_. may have stashed away and anythingelse We would like to welcome the
T.J. Charmln, Terry, Rhonda and Thomas and son, of Uve Oak, from onrJn-law and daughter Mr. and-. of Jacksonville on Saturday. you could offer. following new teachers to LES this
Robin of the Wtlkenon family Roger Friday until Tuesday. On her Mrs. David Albert and family, of- Mrs. Earl Troxell visited Mrs For the present time there will Just school term: Ms Susan Bennett Title
and Riley Padgett Moire, Jon and over there she visited her son and Jacksonville,on Saturday night. They Mary Francis Kelly In St. Vincent's be a den In Lawtey. united with the I; Mrs. Carolyn Fotsom 7th
Moire Love, Timothy Coleman and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Chuck helped Joshua celebrate his fifth bu Hospital, Jacksonville, on Sunday Pack in Starke, until we can get our Grade; Mrs Cynthia Fletcher 5th
Cary Mize. This is an outreach Moore and sons, of Lake City. thday. afternoon. feet on the ground. As soon as possible Grade; Mrs. Debbie Hull 4th Grade;
and those children who like program to Mr. and theirsisterrMrs.LLoootatHewitt Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of' SP4 Barry Lee Watts la arriving in and if we have the participation Mr Steve Acres P.E.; Mrs. Faye
ling can practice every Wednesday Saturday with Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon Charleston, S.C. on Wednesday from necessary, this den will break away Sivazllan 6th Grade: Ms Wendy
from 7-8 p.m. of Tallahassee. She returned with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie :: Germany His parents will pick him from, Starke and have Its own pack Moore 4/5 combination; Mr Robert
The Homecoming date .la fast home with them and will spend some Dobbs *-up in Charleston, S.C. with several dens. Eddins-P.E.. Mrs Marilyn Verunac6th
proaching. October 21, Regualar services ap-- time with them and her parents, Mr. Mrs. Ronnie Mosley! and children of Mr. and Mrs. John'' Steele',' of For more information get In touch Grade; Mrs. Patsy Waddell -
are the order of the day until and Mrs. Mlle Dobbs MaxvUle. were Saturday dinner '' Monroe Tenn., parents of Mr; and ,with Judy MiscaUy or Geraldine Para-professional; Mr. Bradley
noon. Then there will berating and Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss AT- guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs:' 'Mrs: Lester Walker moved to Lawtey Thompson Munk Alternative Class and of
special singing following, featuring thurlne Blanchard visited her sister, Harold Eunice. about a month ago and are located course, welcome back the "old" crew
the "Singers of Heart". There will be Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Friends of Mrs Selma Eunice ,l near their son-in-law and daughter Lawtey Elementary News to LES.
no evening services that Sunday night Thelma Wilson of Baker Nursing regret to learn that she Is back in' Mr. and Mrs. Walker Sept.20. Il17i School pictures have been taken.
because of the full day. Home at Macclenny on Friday after- Bradford. County Hospital, Starke. Mrs. Mabel Boyette, of Jacksonville Plans are being made for the annual We are expecting them within the
The church is pleased with the progress noon. Our prayers are with her. is spending some time with her Halloween Carnival at Lawtey next couple of weeks.
reports on Mrs. Mary Francis Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee arid* "kon-ln-Iaw and daughter. Col. and Elementary. Carnival Class
Kelly who underwent lung at Mrs. Darlene Norman attended the family visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Wilson assignments are follows:
St Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville surgery funeral of their nephew Carl Whitt- Mrs. Fred Carter, of Clay Hill on .', Major and Mrs. Russell. Lines and Kindergarten-Hot dogs and
Every Saturday official work day feldt, at Long branch Church, on Saturday. daughter, Jacqueline went ,to cokes; First grade-Ice cream. Wheelof LJWU?Flr-mniurjr KrtmlLamh ,
until the massive building renovation Wednesday The Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe Jacksonville and picked up their Fortune and Fish Pond; Second '.._.I-J
tasks are completed at the church. If Crusaders of Starke Christian Stock Car Races at Lake City niece Elizabeth Smyth Col and Mrs. Grade-Balloons, Pick-My-Pocket,
School played football with Palatka MOI\oD.\V.I..I. li Cuban Mndwlch. puUlo chip.*,
have paint Speedway on Saturday night. Wmi Wilson, their son-in-law and
a and Crawl Third Grade-
brush Dragon
you hammer ; ,
buttered fruil
pawl ** celery 4 carrot
on Friday The pc cup
plumbing tools, whatever it will be evening. Crusaderswon Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith,of daughter Major and Mrs. Russell Duck Pond, Treasure Chest, and Sill, milk, .
put to use for the Lord at 28 to 6. The Crusaders playing Jacksonville, visited her mother, Lines and daughter Jacqueline and Bean Bags Fourth grade-Cake TIMIHV, Ort It Mat .loaf buttered' whole
Lawtey ; .
Grace Methodist. were Buddy Salese, Randy Dudding, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and her son-in. .Elizabeth Smyth went to Disney Walk; Fourth and Fifth Combination- palitoM (rent ....n.. tenant )jrllu hat ...11.,

Next Sunday morning will be a very Dudding Greg Alvarez Bill Rowdy Waters Martin Marty law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D.R. World for the day on Friday. Ring Toss; Fifth grade-Putf-Putt milk.MKIKHI.ore a: ('hk'kPrl.0...or rice.
special time at the church. ElizabethAnn Murray Terry Brown and family on Saturday. Mrs. Major and Mrs. Russell Lines and Golf; Fifth and Sixth combination- muXJird. grown. itrapr'rult ft orange madam. .
Slater will be christened Hank Hodges, Timmy Dudding, Ivey returned home with her for some daughter Jacqueline left Germany Hayride Sixth grade-Dunking .peanut bullrr rookie' .carrot Mm,rarnbrcad.milk
with a Donald Cooper, Joey Starling, Tim time. on'i Wednesday' 28.IW' ; '"lllftlt,"'. Orl. tl: B *l...root, chtwM Hill
reception held afterwards by her Salese, Eric Crawford and Mike Machine; Seventh grade-Haunted garden,,'.d. apple rrivp. hot rolls, milk' '
Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan
, parents John and Carol Slater and Williams. Mark spent Mrq House; Seventh grade-Bingo; rRIDAV.Orl:klnppy)o.on him buttered corn
:, brother Jamie. Everyone Is invited to. didn't play. Hodges went but he Tuesday and Wednesday with their ,'.. P.E.-Basketball Throw, Donuts, Cot obtain*Ilaw.paachn milk.
sister Mrs.
attend. Gladys Pringle and their Cub Scout
The Thrift Shop still has Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs visited nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Bur. Den Forming .
serviceable -, their brother Mr. Ode Dobbs of Lake chfield Miller and daughter Marylin, ] -
Items for children as well as Butler on Friday.Mr. Dobbs has been of Sanford.Mr. A1 Cub Scout Den for 8, 9, and 10
adults. Stop by
any Saturday from 2- ill for some time. and Southside Elem School News I
5 p.m. or phone the church. Emory Eunice and year olds Is In the process of forming entary
We are glad to report that Mrs. family, of Gainesville for five
The minister and his family will be were Saturday mow Lawtey boys. There are
Mary Francis Kelly ia out of Intensive evening guests of their parents, Mr. boys signed now and we have room
ministering in music along with the Care in St. Vincent's up The first PTA meeting of the new column for further news concerningthis
Adult Choir Oct. 4, 5 and S. at Jacksonville and Hospital, and Mrs. Harold Eunice.Mr. for a few more. school year was held Tuesday even popular event.
Florahome Methodist Methodist Mr. and Mrs. improving. and Mrs. Bill Crouse were Den mothers are Mrs. Judy Miscally ing, Sept. 18. Two new officers were Classroom News: From Mrs. CarolClark's
Andrew McComb
guests of their son-in-law and and Mrs. Geraldine Thompson. The
elected to serve: Mrs. Lucille Naz- fourth grade the library assistant
worth as secretary and Mrs. Carol for this six weeks is Eric Nat-
__ I _'" Clark as treasurer. worth. Gary Wilberg, Chris Johnston,
After a short business meeting the Alice Williams and Jimmy Jordan
parents were Invited to visit their made stone age tools during their
NEW s children's rooms and talk to the study of primitive man. All studentsIn
LOWPfVCESl S109valu teachers. The PTA meeting and open the class have been making written
e house enjoyed an overflow atten and oral book reports.
f3 Wecs dance. At this first meeting the Title I From Mrs. Verna Schmidt's room:
GLASSWARE SST Parent Advisory Committee was Ronnie Norman's Grandfather Reid
elected to serve for the 1979-80 school visited Mrs. Schmidt's first grade
Rr.rlteY year. Southside is pleased to have room and gave them materials on
0 S 0 : i. these people on that committee: Ms. Woodsy Owl Anti-Pollution Cam-
Ethel L. Remick. Ms. Marie Addison paign. Every child Is coloring a picture
Ms. Annie Bell Hires, Ms. Audrey of Woodsy and the two best will
Thornton Mr. James Jones, Ma. Joan get a free meal at McDonald's. Look
, Harper Ms. Brenda Sweat, Ms. Betty for these pictures on display there
Covington Ms. Linda Hildebran, Mr. this week. Mr.. McRae. music teacher!
Roy Aaron Ms. Bobble Martin. Ms. at Southside. has helped the students
I Darlene Raulerson Ms.Joy Dowling, sing the songs contained in the
II Ms. Zephaniah Strong and Mrs. packet. The children have had fun
I S VISA. MEN'S James Jones. wearing their Woodsy buttons and us-
100'% POLYESTER ing the handy bookmarks. Thanks to
School pictures were taken of the Individual
DRESS SLACKS Mr. Reid for all the helpful materials.
,I students Thursday, Sept. 20. The fourth Friday in September Is
r Parents will be anxiously awaitingthe American Indian Day. The library Is
,! AJoIl5.8SWAS 4 R1 proofs which will be sent home featuring a display of arrowheads a
Toweis + with the students when they are hatchet, club and spear; also one In-
t 1jaJIP+ 2I received at the school.
terest center contains a large map
I I I OuaNty tailoredeomfortaolo 100ti IYeOIlJI knot .In Q 1 ,r locating the Indian Tribes of North

wurtaWe/ no flare need lea Jo etyle Iron In Machine Wrrtflcolid P' 1 a '%.V S e Sept. 24 -Oct. 8 Is the date set for Title America with pictures and; brief infor- .
and colorful plaid. Some I a. I students to be given the Stanford"Achievement jnatloa about-different, tribes, .A. set I
4 'fl 0119"1111. ttrtdulfrnAworted: m...'* I.ar (+ .eV' t f est sJ South' ide.JU>VIe i >..tMd.llltereat.CW1IM'conlaina, tpea .
5"2 2 I MII QA' ,'J students will make ..
ut Qum .: t v ,4 t 0 hoped a special surrounded by many colorful Indian
MEN'S JOOaiNQHORTS' effort to bo present during this time. books and pictures We salute our
EAOLK 30-40W OIL JUMBO ROLL TOWELS DUPON WINTUK YARN ... 1 t + Oct. 8 ends the first six weeks first Americans.
OUA DISCOUNT Il!' OUR DISCOUNT g t$l OUR DISCOUNT .. ..4 )WITH CONTRAST grading period. Adult volunteers are still needed at
PRICE WAS. .. ,...... ..;10'" PRICE WAS.. ... JOHMp PRICI WAS.......... ...,::1<11 }. TRIM Oct. 12 is a teacher planning day. Southside. If you would like to
<= Students do not attend school that volunteer some time on a regular
49 49C 97 ) 2.97 day.Oct. basis please call the school office
15, report cards will be sent 9645586. Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead or
[Premium non* joH..Mnd.engine"IIM'Ot. b.orb.nc -ptyt.wei.i DuPonl Cenifleatkm Mark. ,' /' Pun .."1 lor ..., the students > come to the office any week day bet _.
3 A mcuwr.e..l .i w-. Halloween Carnival? Watch this ween 8 am and 3:30: p.m.
'i'1' NEWIPRISTONE! blend. Solid color
.. SAVE 2.00 with"taped trim, aide
:trnJ 2472" rouiiMa MO, lfl vent*. M.n'.u.* .
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__ PRice The JROTC Unit of Bradford High or anyone interested in entering The
School has been very busy organizingand disc jockey that will be working at the
planning activities. dance Is Apple Jack Davis from
: JROTC Color Guard and,Military W APE. ire! will also be awarding
... : Police units have been working at the albums as prizes to the winners of the
.raw!!!fI.. ., i I. cNoL' home football games. This past week dance contest. This dance will be opento
-- ikw.wa.pw the Color Guard did two jobs, both the public Admission is S3.23 a couple
raising the colors and patrolling the or $2.00 stag.
cola Ti :,. OIL OPOLAY 5; f field. However, both units worked Again the Parents Organization
PMil.LLW Ff0 IDE 4OZ.SU 'dO ; very hard and should be commended would like to say they are having a
$ POLIDENT VICKS tWEX ANTI.AUTY for their efforts The Drill Team has meeting at the end of the month. So
for willing
4AONESIA 4" '4 O2. n' begun planning a special performance any parents
gg'i9: ; at one of the football games this meeting.
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WAS WAS J.W WAS' WAS i.V WAS WAS3A0 There will be a ,dance held by JROTC cadets. This year we are hav-
MEN1 KNIT PtlLO SCENIC PRINTSHIRTS. JROTC at the National Guard Ar ing paper drive so bring In any of
ASSORTED POLY mory on Sept. 29. It will be from 8 to 12 your old newspapers magazines etc.
I & MEN'S.BOYS'WOOL BLEND CPO JACKETS STYLES p.m. There will be a disco dancing Cpt Janice Browning

% J_ 4DS 7e $ 2.97OUNT contest for the mO're.talented l dancers PIO/&$

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! MURIATIC WATCH, EAOLE AM KEPT like to thank the Bradford County
STAR R/tCAR RADIO sDs Telegraph the Community Bank of the "love bugs". I'm sure they encouraged
Starke WPXE Radio Station and the people to respond to the kids
s, ,3 R47 1.66 9.88' 2.97 i I : r AMO' Starke Community for their supportof yelling "car wash". 4-H members and
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by Dolores!Meng tian Church officiated at the ; noon and staging. ; "Happy Birthday" their' own personal comb for last

Phone 4C8-M1S ceremony. .. minute grooming and for taking along
\ 4-11 Club Visitors Another final's Mrs KellllIA.cII'l\hr.!\ ........., BIrtWa borne for future .uses
+ Lynn and Doll Waters hosted the Mr. and Mrs. George Faircloth of Chris Men tilted afjNUlesnak. ..dMaand.....Ctaud n Aka Rem rbk Itth.MrtMay even: though students do not purchase
meeting of the Hampton 4-H Club at Tampa visited their daughter and near his home last week.Haaspto anaU qualified to teach CPR The on- ea Sept. 31. Jimmy Long pictures, they are used for eta
the home of their parents, Mr. and son-in-law. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth I fro**wW be i for the book used by In celebrated his eta birthday on Sept. dent personal school flies
Mrs. Harold Waters, Monday evenIng Crawford and family over the .Etc_Ury News dividuals. Call the school now if you XI.Karla Marie Rush was also years
Three new members attended weekend are Interested in taking advantage of old on Sept n.Stacy Paladino entertained
I along with six former ones Future Night Classes ,,r. this class his friends at a party held at 4.__Clr.ra4ary.cMdLwrk
< 4-H plans were discussed. In Service Miss Claudette Peterson I U conducting his home.He was 10 years old on Sept. MnuMtrt.14MONDAY.
< Since the weather prevented some Army Spec. 4 C.W. Melton Is now classes in all levels of reading Kindergarten Party 23. He had a lovely cake and otherrefreshmenta.
1 members from attending, election of assigned to ,Ft. Stewart Ga. His writing, and mathematics at*,the Mrs. Noel SUk assisted her class Oct. It Cuban sandwich.! .poUtecNM.tutlMvd .
officers was postponed until the nextI parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Melton school each Monday and Thursday, last week in making cupcakes to .r....ii BMM. frwll cup ctlvry sue*,milk.TIKMIMY. .
meeting which Is scheduled for Oct. 8 evening from 7 until 10 o'clock. celebrate the birthdays of Joey Hall kUol Pictures Uct It MM lof. butUrMl what
Sr. and daughters. Pam and Teresa 9...t.1_ erven boo..... banana Jell, hat roll,
I from 7 until 8 p.m at the Waters drove him to his new assignment last Classes are free of charge. who was five years old on Sept 19 and On Monday a representative of milkMKDMCMIAV.
I home. week and spent some time with him Randall Rhoden who turned six on Dexter studios was on hand to take r. <*t. It CMrkm .,rIc 1 there. Since he spent two years in CPR CUss Sept. 1.. school pictures.anticipation of this tents nprfrurt. I wen*._iOM. ....._but
Surprise Party Germany and thought he might be Classes in Cardlo Pulmonary The students practiced counting by event, students were dressed In their If-rraoki Till IUIII.*"carrel', Oct.Midi.4i B rornbrMd...f.a nmi 1. milk chi se stick.
I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins were assigned to Colorado, he and his family Resuscitation will begin at the schoolon stirring ten times each the-mixture Sunday best and really look good that semen sated. apple crisp,hot roll. milk..
pleasantly surprised Sunday when all were happy to have him much Oct. 1 from 3 to 4 and will continue they learned to measure. They all enJoyed ItllU V.Ori.li Sloppy)pros bun.bOII......__.
their children and several grand closer to home. throughout the week. eating the cupcakes In the after They were all-haPD t I !aS.llllw, pack hull milk
children visited them. They were all
celebrating Mrs. Adkins' Sept. 23 bir
thday. Among those attending the v,,

celebration Emory L. Prevatt were, Sr.Mr., Mr and and Mrs.Mrs. INSTEAD OF SHOPPING ALL OVER TOWN

Emory L. Prevatt, Jr., and Emory
III, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith and

daughter, Mr.,and Beverly Mrs. Calvin Jo of Richard Jacksonville of little neighborhood

Ocala Mrs.Starke., and Adkins Mr.was and especially Mrs. Guy Padgettof pleased SHOP ALL OVER ECKERD'Ss1 J::: .. store.

when her new neighbor children,
Regina Cannavo and Dawn Marie An- s
fuso, brought her a lovely red rose
with greenery In a vase with their
good wishes.

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Robbin, Jerry, Jody and Justin t
Wadsworth were baptised on Sunday
at Bedford Lake Reverend James
Shaw, pastor of the Hampton ChrisCommunity rtWICI


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Concerned Citizens! monthly meeting: -
The monthly meeting of the Concerned 1'49T1 730FOR 43 69
Citizens of Bradford County will beheld
Thursday. Sept 27 at 7'30 in the
Gymnasium of RUE School.
The 2nd public hearing on the ,
preparation and finalization of the .Y
Community Development Block aRIGHT
Grant preapplication for fiscal year GILLETTE .
1980 will be held Thursday, Sept.. 27 at GUARD 109
the RUE Gymnasium at 7:30: p m aerosol bronze deodorant. D
5-oz rfROSE
Improvements made from the 1978 '
grant funds are now visible: Improvements __ LIMIT 1t. k
of the 1979 grant program =?
has begun and now it is time to plan MILK :
and finalize the community Develop- 79C1
ment Block Grant Preapphcation for SKIN I CARE CREAM "
1980. Your input and assistance in the 8-oz bottle Moisturizing, lotion. ? >t t
completion of this preapphcation are LIMIT 1 __ DURACELL ALKALINE GENERAL ELECTRIC

. 'hurch aclhitle e "C"or"D"size for Choose 60, 75 or 100 watts. D-CON
: HAIR non39 flashlights, toys
to REQ. $3.00 A PACK ! Antioch : INSECT SPRAY
Missionary Baptist 2-oz aerosol, 1-oz. radios. LIMIT 1 PACK
Church: Antioch New Bethel aerosol. LIMIT 1 REQ $1.99 PACK OF 4 Kills Hying insects Indoors ,
Ebenezer Baptist Churches are participating r' PACK s? or out 11-oz' aerosol. .

L Union Friday in the through Minister Sunday and Deacon Sept. ISOPROPYLALCOHOL 27 1 19 r I I *" -' REO$1 49

28-30, In Olustee Prayer Meeting will : i
be held Thursday at Antioch, 7 p.m. LIMIT 1 .
Pint size. plastic bottle .
Greater Allen Chapel AMK: :Church:
La Sunday Missionary Day activitieswill
be carried out with the missionaries .,.. LILT 09 :
in charge of services Sun- ,(,. PERMComplete I BODY PADMASSAGER HEAVY DUTY
, day School 10 a.m., Morning Worship J/:!: SPECIAL i
r 11 a.m. with Rev. W.H Zanders style I Kit. Sponge end wraps. flj PLAYTEX GLOVES
speaking. All members are asked to LIMIT 1 l IQ Q Combines! benefit Protects hands fromdetergents. I .
4 attend the activities for success. 2F of deep heat with d' B9 harsh .
The annual Women's Day activitieswill comfort of massage F Assorted colors, ,
terminate Sunday, Oct. 14 with / No B3000. REQ. $24.99 REQ. $2.99 LIMIT 1 PAIR
two services for the day at II a.m. and
3:30: p.m. All members are urged to HOREHOUNDjDROPS ,, FRUIT OF THE LOOM ASTROTURF BOWL
cooperate and please remember the DOOR "
obligation of each member. I BOXER SHORTS
Sues 28 to 44 in assorted n Weather mildew re- I Full size handle, no drip.Throat .
Peasant Grove United Methodist 6-oz bag soothing ua, l paslel colors .: 29 9 Blatant Green only. i 99' decorative caddy long
3-pair pack !ffir, REQ. $3.99 lasting bristles.'
Church The Young Adult Choir REG 49 ea
: :i REG SS99 REQ. $ ..29PACK,399
rehearses each Monday at 7:30.: Tuesday LIMIT 2 / en

of held this at week 7:30.: Charge Wednesday Conferencewas of each FR/79/) e +r 4 "' r I WINDOW QUICKIE

week Prayer Meeting-7:30.: Sunday ''- SQUEEGEE SPONGE MOP .'
School 10 a.m. It a.m. Pleasant Grove _ _ _'*, 24-Inch A No splashing ;...
and Mt. Moriah will observe Educa plastic .
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tion Day. You are invited. aI9sl handle. 44 "
REQ. $1.39 lust push handle to t 4s'e5
Mt. Morlah United Methodist BRADLEY wring. Complete s
Church Sunday School at the church j '
: 8 bonus refill
only. All members will participatewith GAS GRILL 1298 : t''
Pleasant Grove in the Education Automatic Igniter dual 5-QALLON
activity. 1." x 22" surface Stainless GAS CAN TYPING E .
Mt. Zion AME Church: Presiding + steel twin burners t: PAPER ._...., ;":
Elder F.S.Satchel will hold the fourth I REQ $14999 :, Metal construction
quarterly conference Sunday beginn- 588 with pour spout 200.he.tsofquallly 1vo(WAfTtA .
REQ. $7.99 C typing
!tt 99 paper A
ing with Sunday School 10 a.m. REG. S1.49- r
Quarterly conference, 4 p.m. ,32QUARTICE m.
Greater Bethel Freewill Baptist
Church: Activities of the church CHEST 'l1fN"r'J." ;}j
begin with Tiny Tots rehearsing Mon I Molded of hea"y duty polyethylene 18'd
day, 630.: Senior Choir rehearses, Hinged lid. comfort handles
Monday, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Tues- REQ $14.99 .,. if GENERAL ELECTRIC MEN' &LADIES' KODAK -
day, 7:30.: Wednesday the circles STEAM/DRY IRON
meet. 7:30: McKay's Circle met at .:I Weighsonly1.8pounds.Surge TIMEX WATCHES TELE EKTRALITE 20
Alice Searcy, Blye Circle met at of steam feature AH styles Including electric, CAMERA KIT
Carolyn Hampton. Thursday, 7:30: COMBI MODEL F200HRREQ. 19.99 sport & cocktail Built-in flash, normal or
Story Hour. Friday,6:30: Junior Choir WITH SPECIAL REBATOFFER! > O' telephoto lens Batteries
and Junior Ushers rehearses. Saturday LOUNGER .g '.L + A film Included In kIt.
988 SALE PRICE ......... :" .- PEG ..
dinners will be sold from the Heavy duty vinyl cover on cadmium $4799 """""' _
church kitchen. Sunday Is Education plated steel frame Adjusts to 7 z'' LESS MFOR'8 ->00 I JIP': W..3_
Day. Sunday School-9:30: 11 a.m. positions, REQ S1288 MAIL-IN REBATE! c c,0| i' -'''''
Morning Worship with Ms Lula Cuffee : FINAL COST I L :1JI .-- 4299 .
speaking. Dinner-12:30.: p.m. Even- AFTER! REBATE! *... 15s -_
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Brownie Troop 352 meets Chemplonshlpqualityyellowonty. I .
every Can of 3.REQ.. $2.39 COLORFILA
3 p.m. at RJE Complex. All 'All In one. Alarm.Timer. Rotary band selector '
Browne members are asked to meet. Stopwatch & 8-digil volume control. Ear Enjoy 12 color perfect prints
There are activities for calculator withIn phone Included. exposures!
many planned .
REQ, $1 76
your participation. Mrs Beulah Len- dependent memory MODEL APW210 J
non and Mrs S.J. Morris, leaden. DAIWA A250RL f MODEL PW-BO REG. $1999 ..
Junior Troop 684 will meet each SPIN REEL REQ. $29.99 ,1 I 1 9 rtJ
at Greater Allen .
AME Tuesday Church. All Junior Chapel Scout On/off fullylnodlzedalumlnumbody.sntl-reverse. Multi- 1599 2499 7i"rI.-. 1799 ,
members asked to attend.
are disc drag. REQ $20.99 i
The family of Mr.and Mrs. Charlie
Hudson would Ilk. to invite you to
their SOtli Wedding Anniversary SALrihru?SATURDAY s I IM

Saturday, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m. at -"... a. e._ OPEN WEEKDAYS / AM III/PM SUNDAY 10 AM til 7.PM
Ebenezer Baptist Church. -IUJ.u.W.t.iliiai SHOP EARLY SOME SALE ITEMS LIMITED DRUGS ... _
Refreshment after the will service.be :served Immediately 1 Need regular ,5" XT'* COLOR. ;] l a rf "

American Legion Poet 314 Auxiliary s l r prm rr9pllatt lo? lENLARGEMEN' ;] L 3t talJLQOQLJ: : Ci JU:. WI.--

314 men will will meet meet at at 6 p.m.8 p.m.and next the Tues-Post a' }"i._(w I .,.'. HOOT Compere price, B'infl MH our.your"prescription! you prsc re psvmg ip print] ..R .iGJ I (DDIJ J .I ] lB Q LM m! LZ

day, Oct. 2,. In the annex of Bethel I 'seM MdN.uNAy.nd I 9 9"" negatIVe. c I I
Baptist Church. All members of the 'l E REQ.lS9, I '
Post and Auxiliary are asked to pick aoJ- 831 S. alnut St. Starke. Fla..N .
up their membership card for 1979-80 _u -3, Coupon t E"pices a. 29 7926 ==-

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I Speedy Red Devils, "Visit'Uth : \:\ / ,

Union High footballer will face option,can throw the ball and Is ouiclt COUCM of years. They're ,
tough competition this Friday night in on the sprint running." The Tiger sent some problems for us? .
Lake Butter when WUUston will visit mentor added that both of the speedy mented Thomas.
Lake Butler starting at 8 p.m.. seniors have started since their tNM ttobRtuaYla.Md4 y14NMhwl.ta'v ,_ a.
sophomore seasons playing key roles WiUiston has a stong pass n ;'rrYlFlm ,+Ar'/I'/
WUliiton is l-l for the season mfar in WiUiston's successful football program by Bubba Scott (no. 51. .. uY
while the Tigers are Mill lookln$7or (they were 7-4 In '78). defensive guard spot and ,
their first win:WIth a 0-3 record.
wards back at the safety
On defense Williston has some
Last week Williston walked 27-18 power with left defensive end Donald quick pass coverage.
over Newberry as the Tigers had a- Harris (no. 60, 170) and right defensive "They line up and try to \
tough time in Chi,yeavlngihe tackle Steve Phillips(no.31,179)). hard on the pass and we are Y :
town 74>losers 3.,, !Wlarris Is real aggressive and work on that this week". ; r
>Fhillips< has started on the team for a Thomas
Newberry, unbeaten' and sixth-
ranked in AA before meeting
Williston had 11 turnovers during the -,
game. ..
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"Some of Newberry's turnovers -

weather were but most caused of them by were the caused bad- 11 ( 1'i! @ I' ___ !
by Williston" said Head Tiger : ,
Coach Jimmy Thomas.The !

win pushed the Red Devils into The Lake RegionMONITOR : .I
the forefront of the District 4-AA race ,
with a 1-0 record one-half game
behind Jasper-Hamilton's; 2-0 mark .
so Friday night's is a big one for .
them as the Tigers try to play the / .."D'OD C"C r The Union' County : Warner Football Opens...
spoilers role. Williston with a
50.() setback to Class AAA-sixth opened ranked 'iEelegrapq: TBMESTO }, John David Francis of the Bradford season opener but two trains from Union' and one .
Gainesville Eastside $ sweeps for yardage against Del-Med squad from Keatonecame cut first-day winners. I
For details turn to page :JB.
Williston keys in on the speed of visitors came out on top 13-0 In this
Keith Edwards
quarterback (no. 5.
and Sim-
tH)180) running back Melvin
mons (no. 42, 60180)) ). September 27. l 1117. \'

"Edwards and Simmons both run I I: Will Have Reckon't
the 40 yard dash in 4.5 seconds." Inside: BUS Volley bailers Win l ,t... Iaee to
Thomas testified. "Edwards on the

Grid Game Stories

Dixon, Diversified S. Fe ;

most diversified of quarterback Stephen Healy (no. 19, run. "That leaves them with just :
BHS Head Coach Sr. 160)),who sometimes drops back in three men deep and it could help our
when asked to shotgun formation a la Roger passing game" the coach added.
(2-1)the team that Staubach. We're going to throw the ball.
Friday night at "Dixon Isn't a one-man team, their 'The Raiders count on Dixon to roam
Fe High (between quarterback throws the ball betterthan from his safety post and cover up the f 4

.....,.r...,. _.. .... Springs on SR-441). anybody else we'll face." Hurse secondary."They're. '
warned.Asked how to stop such a pro- a big aggressive team,
p. diversified not only set attack the Tornado boss quickly that problems for us with
oom I@ I? ." offense but also In answered "The key to stopping any their defense." Hone summarized''
their personnel good passing attack is putting before returning to the chore of,
preparation by the pressure on the quarterback. Also. I
a difficult task think the linebackers will play a big
AflE HEilE positions make part In the pass defense with their
trading spots, drops Into coverage." It was the lack

-._.. ...._. ....... ,,--_.. ....... .... .. down and yardage Gainesville of those two Eastside Ingredients to riddle that the allowed Tornadoes ,
000.'0 ..-... ..-....-...-. ..-.'-.._-_-.--
reason for third through the air two weeks ago
Mike Monaghan to so the level of improvement will be ; ; :
Is to get the ball to sternly tested. ;
often as possible "Our secondary's gonna have to go preperaUM"t.
Como Soo The All Now &-3210 pounder who to the football* Hurse continued.
safety and has "When Dixon catches It,a lot of timesit
I Florida's best ma- takes more than one man to bring
O by many school. him down." ,
O best high Algonne Flagg (no. :Q, Sr 170) has
1'L by Monaghan. He been the Raiders leading ballcarrierto
( In last week's date, going over 100 yards against
\. at Tallahassee' ..y jy fc Oajc.,..andiknyttlng.....22ragauisiRicfcard .
; ; 'the'last theft M: : *...He's called '. hard-noMd
r g TD with 3:57: to runner" by Tornado scouts. Wideout
had previously Ray Burns (no. Jr. 160) also plays
And {
Pickups -rain to Buchholz 41-. good some one.quarterback and is called a '_+ fi ,,

Raider lines anchored
Both are by ''I
passing situations Steve Coullias (no.31.&-3 235 Sr),who
Now In Stock
,t split end as Santa plays guard on offense and noseman
j On other occasions when the other team has the ball. .,
jj j end. When the Scouts say he's "mean" and loves to
, power-I short
hit. Defensive tackle Scott Rosen-
If You Purchase A 1980 Car Before The Showday- i well be time boom (no. 71, &-2. 225) looks even bigger
could see on film, where he seemed almost IJ
Which Is Oct. 1 12, You Can Save A Lot Of Money sprintout ac immovable. Tornado scouts say he's "
keeper all the way. one of the best tackles BUS will face
most dangerous "He's big, strong and punishes offensive
pass routes for tackles" the scout sheet says. KIIHS Home Friday
Mike Hayes (no. 75.0 195) Is Versus ChieflandJunior I
HANGMAN reported as the best Raider
THE linebacker punishes runners.quick player who Indian quarterback Grady ,
Bostic came off the bench to throw
,u r. r ..._Will.. The Raiders are a well multiplelookteam offense last week but the Cross City rush kept '
on defense as as
"' and him from launching a comeback.
IS from the
HERE this season switching 50
(.", c. at defense to a split 40 with some 5-3 sets Bostic figures to start at QB Friday .
mixed in. Hurse expects the Raidersto night when Chiefland comes to Iowa. I
bring their monster man up as an For more! on the battle between theIndians
-.. .. 'extra linebacker to the strong side of see page ZB. '

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I KLooks to Ambushi$1biefland; .. in Batt of. Indians I

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"We have to regroup and go about year with a 20-0 whipping of Trenton club. and they do have doeveeythingquarterback tire in a row made the slate playoffswith he outside option. Asa junior he Yeah they've got some"big kids
our business" Lacy Anderson 'no 17 8.2 logs "He's their main totaled over 900 yards rushing and but they're not that quick, Nelson
:Newberrv and
but in a 21-14 loss to
t' 6.1185'' ballcarrier and he can throw' II" ran and passed for 12 touchdowns estimated. "Union County pushed
So said Keystone High Coach Pete lalltI.'t'k's 7 0 squeaker over nion .'BasICall f'nd Anderson could run the ball ,15--10 "If he outside he's gone" them around the field pl'fttY.11.."
Indians ha.t'n'tbtocn thedl'J
Valentino Monday, momentarily Counts theother Andf'rson.'alenhno) > on Lac, nm's from quarterback slot he warned KHHS JV Coach Rodney Valentino said last week poor effort
blocking last week's stinging 26-14 as impressive They as their still preseason big previewing the Indian Amplified who' have m likes to keep the ball and let upheld on :Nelson; :Nelson; scouted Chiefland, last at Cross City has elicited some
bUildup. are! a
lost at Cross City out of hill mind and week watching Anderson bust open a personnel 1 changes for the Chiefland
thinking of Friday night's 8 pin 79>ard sprint for the game-s only TDHe Jte'ne.Iark: Abies and Scott Adams
home field encounter with :2-1 .p 's a big. strong kid too and he will probably draw starting
Chiefland. kicks off Into the end zone. Basically assignments at center and guard
the*,"'re a one-man team." respectively, and junior uradv'
"We'll be ready Friday night "Our defensive ends are going to be 1ostlc.'hl1'l been in the bullpen us a
Valentino continued assuredlv Valentino thrower after gaining his eligibility.
keying on him that t for sure.
We've got a lot of work to do this" a t Mr' r answered to the question of how figure to op'n at quarterback.Defensively .
week und we plan on getting it done iI i- r
David turner could
to stop Anderson "He a their responsibility -
What kind of work Creating Intensity on the option. move from the secondary 'lo a
seemed to be' on Valentino'smind. Chiefland does have some other !linebacker pout In addition starting
I player Running back Schrader defensive tackle Scott Marvin shouldbe
"We have to gel up a little more Jackson t mo. 35. S163)) netted better buck from injury after missing last
emotionally, our level of mental intensity than SOl( yards rushing as a junior and week'H game and nosejtuard1111
and concentration against had good outings! In the opening two Boul')'. who played without practicinglast
Cross City wa*just not f'lIlltllfld play ball games this season and the both week, should be back at full
after pla>'. and it got worse as the ('hie1land lines have some horses strength'
game went on" the Indian |boss explained
"We had such a big win the .
week before P K '
aguinst Tongs ,.1 ,j', ,
sometime its a little harder to practice <
after that kind of win Me couldsee -.,;, .. ,
the kids were hk>'.high-si ill think '

ing about PKY in prUl'tll'I'1I1I week a'I I .
:Now the business at hand I is (he Indians I Io(1( iI h-. __ c .'
of hiefland.. a \team ranked ..
tenth in the state among AA teams l'rohs (IIV'H, Darlcnt Bearers number: : In dark Jeme.v Keystone defrnilrr giving chase are from right lo left T ... .\y';'',
and a club that at 1 t.'ln I District 4 AA. U off to the rare after bunting an outside'ser against St'oltdllmll, George I'a.Mir. :Mike Ciritlano, Sam Mble' >'. I .yy'I:!+;' I. : m
is! still! \l'rmUl'h in the hunt for a KI" .Ionl"',. defense. and Danny Hughes but It wan rornerback Kenny Jenningswho .. : rj'",

district title The Indians opened the flnullv cornered Heaver on the 37 yard gainer. c.,.(;' .. ', ..:' ;

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I Indians Squander Oppurtunities; Dropped 26-14 *

The Indians! of Keystone\ High let district race while bumping 1.2 dians at the Bear .12 early in the se and they seemed to gather momentum
host Cross! City take a lead into the Keystone to the back burner cond quarter KIIIIS' first five possessions .
locker room after a half placed :i7 of the first 44 plays in last Fri started at their 25. their 47, the "And.. in the second half we just
almost entirel' on the Bears side of day's wet.field game originated in Cross City 39 (with 1:11: to go in the quit. With eight minutes to go (score
the field' and then were overrun b> the Cross City territory but Keystone first period), the Bear 12 (when Jeff 14-6)) we gave up. we conceded
('C ground attack in the second half-. couldn't capitalize on the field Smith pounced on the Bear handout> defeat."
losing it'-14! in a )District 4-AA game position-not even when Cross City and the Bear 44
that pushed the 2.I Bl'arslnto the hot fumbled the ball to the visiting In'Free Cross City had netted just 27 yardsof KIVITONI MIIOHII doss CITY

offense on their five possessions up l 10.101 .0h"D...h.-Yd.*.... a.14t e r
to that point but the Bears slowly 10' .*.. _I.. II
started to recover from their '.,... Cm l.. .._...... I...1
I-I-Que doldrums with Keystone unable' to ...'.t ".....A......W t
.4 ,........,... hi
move in for the kill. The Bears grabbed 11* ...."...YM. 7...
the lead with a 65 yard-10 play Tl)
drive on their sixth chance. Then In KIVITONI MIOMTI all 1..14

Saturday Afternoon the second half CC-sparked by !big-; ca011 CITV CC.M>... M,tf, n,.(...*tal''4))i/i II..ss
play back Darient Beavers
running IH.ee rkM I *4.nut(kkk tollMl)1CC.WIIII.
Sept. 29,1979 (149 yards three TD's on 16 car ....4 r'.....(Will_>"'.1)
riesrolled( up 153 of their 249 rushing CC tff.... II .... n..(C....I.II.1))
Lake Fish yards to put the Indians away. Most of (... IMI.l CC.PlI.k.) || .... MI hwii t.1...

Sampson CampLocated the stripes came as Beavers and his MH._"'....,...._.I...,_
CC running mates took outside dive (Cee..... r..*torn IMIIC)
On Sampson Trestle Road handoffs and jetted through the front Beavers scored the game's first TD
wall Into the Keystone secondary for on a 20 yard run that capped CC's first
big gainers. show of offense with 3:00: to go In the
"I'm extremely disappointed," half. A two-point run try was stopped The Spike...
lamented KHHS Head Coach Pete but the hosts led 60. Janice Berry number I", goes high for, a spike In BUS first-win victory over
Valentino Monday. He had called the Keystone came back to even the Clay High.
Cross City encounter "possibly a turning count late in the third period as Sam Tracy llankerson. left, referee Randy Crews, and Terri Thomas watch the
point In our season" before the Sibley blocked a punt from the eight
game. and Mike Graziano recovered the ball
"The key, without a doubt was our inside the CC one. Steve Corbet ran shot.BHS
inability to score from inside the IS the ball In on the next play to break Spikes Green Cove
three times actually it was just twice the KHHS scoring drought with 2:57:
Keystone failed from that close)," to go in period three. A bad snap,on ,-
Valentinocontlnued'EWehadalto e the conversion-.kept Keystone-from
advantages especially 'In' .th*'first taking the lead. ." ...'Ijt" The Lady Tornado volleyball team '''The' 'Bradford girls had lost three-
quarter We didn't'push It across.. h. of BHS got some satisfaction Tuesday game hearbreakers to tough Santa Fe
!page l\> night. and Buchholz before Tuesday but In

PLAYING ..CTCH-UP" A-. ---.-. their third outing the Lady Tornadoesleft
that habit off
behind-shaking a
When someone; is out of step with his surroundings Don't Around On Your mid-game dry spot in I game two to
a nice way of pointing this out is to remark. 'someone Monkey whip Green Cove-Clay 15-12, 16-14 in

nlwrgets; the word Or. didn'tyoudoyourhomework9" Starke Tuesday night.
Thereb a self-appointed In our state which has The win was sweet against a Clay
; group team (0-1)( ) that had topped the then
for all residential Camera Reedy't
called for lifeline"rates customers. 10-3 Lady Tornadoes in last year's
They simply 'never got the word: FPL already has a district tourney finals.

form of "lifeline"rates; Our "inverted rate"' structure fixes sd
the price of the first 750 kwh below/ the price of all kwh's "Oh, it was great" exclaimed BHS

beyond 750. Customers using more electricity pay higher .: Printing. Coach Inez Harvey after the match
her team still on the gym floor
rates thus subsidizing those who use 750 kwh or less. celebrating. Bradford and Clay are in

We Will Print Your < 1 different district this year but it was
A WATT-WISE'M QUESTION {lIr obvious a freindly rivalry still exists.

We've been asked' "What does the 'R.value'on insulation Typewritten Or BHS will be trying to level Its markat
?" I"Iti' 1 2-2 when the Lady Tornadoes visit
mean Gainesville High tonight, Thursday
It indicates how well a material resists heat flow The Previously Printed Sept. 27, for a 7 p.m. match. Bradfordnext
higher the R-value. the greaterthe IC ; r is at home Monday night for a 7
resistance. R-values vary rttiriii p.m. rematch with Gainesville

with different types of materials Copy While You Buchholz.

So how well insulation Wlti Bradford 1S-IB

performs is more accurately Wait.: [j J'I.' :"U/III'W ( Green Cove-Clay 12-14
measured by its R-value W l '-l' .. l\l//". Si 1I The Lady' Tornadoes came back
I from a 10-8 deficit to win the first
than by how many inches t 15.12 and then built
game up a 9-5 second -
thick it is.Incidentally. ( 1,090 Copits BVz 111 game edge on two Lisa Alvarez-
FPL recommends served points before the momentum
R-19 insulation in the And Wo Will Print suddenly swung over to the Clay side
walls for best The Lady 'Devils ran off five straight
attic and R-5 insulation In energy savings. $1580
points to take a 10-9 lead and then pad-
ded the advantage to 14.9 as Bradford
Clarice Feldman. General Counsel Americans For m Bttlll It Cheaper Than seemingly could do little right.Just as

Energy independence, believes that the American electorate a deciding third game appeared to be
'5.10 certain the Tornadoes
50 Lady reclaimed
involved if balance In
must get we are to restore the hand

our national policies I 100 Copies '5.70 You Can On A Janice upper Berry served five straight

balance between winning points for BHS to tie the
unlimited exploitation of 200 Copies game 14-14 with two Clay timeouts doing

our resources and that 300 Copies '8.05 little good. After the squads ex

which unduly Inhibitsour 400 Copies '9.15 Copy MachinePut from the knees serve to make Berry it hit 1514.a winner Claywon

social and economic '10.25 .' back the serve twice but couldn'tscore '
progress. 500 Copies itself. Finally freshman Beth

". Balance is possible, 8'/nl Francis was called off the bench to
serve for BHS, powering a winning
only if the climate of Monkey
50 Copies 5.15 delivery to give the Lady Tornadoes
hospitality to the 18-14 decision.
obstructionism changes. Consumers hit by dwindling 100 .Copies 5.85 ... Mrs. Harvey again praised her full

energy supplies with ever-higher price tags must 200 Copies '7.15 On Our Back playing lineup of Francis Berry

recognize that a large part of the problem lies with thoseto 300 Copies '8.40 Alvarez, Vonda, Terri Brown.Thomas LOrraineBass Jackson
Hope ,
whom we have given our proxy. We must now beginto 400 Copies S500Cop.es and Tracy Hankerson. saying Bass,
reclaim our share of the public interest." M0.90 .We Produce just a freshman, "played very well."
,, .' .... ...

REGULATIONS COST US 1.000Coples: 17.90 '. Buchholtt, I2-IS-1S
A BUNDLEThe Bradford 1S-S-13
BHS all ,but had their first "79
federal Office of Managementand volleyball victory sewed up in the se-
Budget estimates that govern- V cond outing of the season at BuchhoU

ment regulations cost each man, last Thursday-leading 13-7 in the
woman and child in America about $600 a year.. third and final game.
But the lead melted the
The combined budget for federal regulatory agencies ''f' f. Lady Bobcats scored eight away straight as
in fiscal 1979 amounted to $4.8 billion. All these regulations .1 (' Offset .I points\ to win\ the finale is-is. The win
An Price Based On"Frllf'lk11n Catalog And Will Change As Prices Change .
add about$666 to the price of the average new car, t .tipped Buchholz to 3-0 on the season
Mar 10/1 ., while BBS f.U to ()-2.
more than 8 cents a pound to ground beef and nearly \
At Our New AdalressBm "We Just got in that slump and
$11 to a days stay In a hospital. could not move," said BHS Volleyball

w Coach Inez Harvey of the late-match

#- F [ JiDlitJmffi! JYmVIlJ' l13f] win won came troubles to the back set opener The up with the Lady'1J-12 decider a 194 before Tornadoes second Buchhol game. had

j rck '._ FLORIDA POWER: a LIGHT COMfWNVPcopc..serving Mrs. Harvey singled out Terri

: people. Thomas as "my only girl having an
West Call 964-5764 Starke Florida
1-10 : i outstanding ,.m. In all three matches
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I Panthers BHS 32-2O -

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n'Palatka 1 return exploded with a 100-yand ,....... 1nd1.4I team where the kickoff man had dropped -
'ck-fff to open the second half 1Mwa... II
JJ" tacked; on two more third 111 1_......... $14 out and teammates were supposed r
P odTD'atora 32-20 come-from- N 1_Pu.SM. .1 : to fill In but didn't Taking the 1
behind win t-M K-VA+I MMaM kickoff In his endzone, Palatka
over'a stunned
eleven last Friday. Tornado. III N.IMM.nw_ speedster Harvey Shelley took off. t
I/M Shelley veered slightly to his. left, saw
"U .tunned /-" n... urw '
"." admitted' Tornado h eead over the gaping hole up the middle and at ,
14* ESp.1. -- the 40 yard line was showing his heelsto
Palatka.David Uune df the sudden strike by .... '...,-. the entire BHS team.

The home field loss left the ...... -"' ,.,w.q M 1.a..d..w .. Wendell Sheffield's PAT kick attempt
Tor IM.L.N. ha....... was wide to the left and BHS I
nadoes 1-2 foe: the season after an .. *! !W
.......... ttillhad the 14-13 with 11:48.
opening win over Baker High followed ten.i.rd. ..N.Lp aii.<... ao.d. edge, ,
by straight ICIIISq .-.- maining the third period.
: to East *lde and .
Palatka (2-J). ..... 1-q.d Mkk.n- plMII BHS came right back with a 72 yard

Mistakes and a defense blown out MW -_.II,,. _.r _wd, TD drive with workhorse Bennett
by Palatka In the second half led to ....'. --.,...prd..ehIM.L.M.IW. scooting through big holes for 97
the defeat which came.on a damp .. ..*.. WtMOTM, I..TV*1... m ktt MM. yards on six totes-capped by his 12 I

night before a sparse hometown 4. ...... _. yard) lamed .
crowd. --...-.II y..., In 20-13 with 8'07: remaining i

BHS spotted the Panthers one TD in in the third period.Difference .
the first period when a punt snap sail caught from behind at the Palatka 15 in the remainder of the
ed high over the head of punter Scott by Panther James Thomas after a S3 game was that Palatka suddenly 1
Allen and Palatka recovered in the yard run. could move the football. The Pan-
endzone for a touchdown. The Tornadoes QB Goodge overthrew wideout Dan- thers drove 59 yards for a their third ,
touchdown but the first which
came back with on they
two ny Hildebran In the coffin comer. On
drives, of 80 and 72 yards to turn the third down from the 13 Goodge was moved the football on the ground
game around and take a 14-7 halftime chased deep to the left and it ap- The speedster Shelley scored from Tiger tight end Kevin A. Grill b smothered by ChlefUnd's Terry Braswell and Dewayne Sb.ppanlarter a
advantage. he six yards out. Sheffield's PAT kick sideline catch
peared would be tacked, but at the
barely got over the bar but was good
and Palatka had tied the score 20-20
with 2:16: remaining In the third
period.On 0-3 Union Couldn't-Dent Goal Line;

r the ensuing Palatka kickoff,
a : tr nobody on the BHS team covered the

v short picked free off kick.the bouncing Palatka's football Earl Glenn and 79 Yard TD Gives Chiefland 7-0 Win '

ran into the BUS endzone. The
"touchdown" did not count since it Is
against high school rules to advance a Union High's gridders remained Chiefland took over at the 12 yard line assisted by 20 yards of penalties ;
1Tr ( free kick but Palatka had possession winless at 0-3 after falling 7-0 to host with a first down. chalked up against the Indians movedto
4 of the football again on the BUS 29 Chiefland last Friday night. The 2-1 Chiefland had the ball for one series the Chiefland one yard line On the f'
4., yard line.Palatka. Indians squeezed by as quarterback before punting to the Tigers.!: fourth down play Union attempted the ,
lost no time in taking ad- Lacy Anderson broke free for 79 Union took over at the 47 yard line three point field goal that fell no good. '
vantage of the BHS mental lapse yards for the only touchdown of the with a first down. Four complete The Indians set up on their own 20 ,
Halfback John Williams game and the Tigers failed to score passes from Barber with receivers yard line after the three point attempt i
J : Y around the BHS right end on a came despite moving for over 200 yards of Terry McDowell, Kevin Griffis and by the Tigers. The first play didn't
power offense. the ball but two yards, but on
+w run on which he ran through four arm Ed Varnes at the other end of the move
"'* \ T I' tackles by BHS defenders for the Chiefland's winning score came passes, helped move the ball down to the next down Anderson busted free .
,. score. BUS blocked the Palatka PAT right after the Tigers were deep into the 18 yard line faced with a fourth on the option play and sprinted 79
't' ; ...... "," ,- ..y., ,J>"' kick attempt, but the Panthers had a the Indian territory threatening to down situation. yards for the winning score.
} ,' / '. \ J1.it.i,; .I' 26-20 lead with 36 seconds remaining score. Barber was back to pass again but With the ground wet and the rain
:} ..' .', in the third period. Lake Butler had moved the ball this time was nailed for a nine yard drizzling neither team could get the "
.: ':;/ I.', .1' Bennett from its own 20 yard line down to the loss. Chiefland took over at the 27 ball to the goal line and the Tigers
With hitting first out Indian five yard line with a first yard line with a first down but went walked away losers for the third time .
Tornado John Bennett. who gained 14 1 yards for the game, tries to twist free side then Inside Bus got one first down. CHS held the Tigers for three nowhere and booted the ball back to this year. 'i
from Palatka's Alphonso Williams 81. md i Randy Werkhelser. down via the ground at the its 43. downs, then on fourth down Union at Union. Overall we played a good game

Then the Tornadoes went to the air ,tempted a three point field goal that The Tigers downed the ball at the 21 against Chiefland, we ran SWO 1 playa '
Speedster Harvey Shelley took the last second: Goodge leaped up and five straight times, with QB Bill went to the side no good. This gave yard line. Barber scrambled around compared to their 39." commented
BHS second half kickoff in the threw a high bullet to Carroll waiting Goodge completing wideout Ed but one, a 14 Chiefland the ball at the 20 yard line right tackle for four yards on first Head Tiger Coach Jimmy Thomas on
to Hamilton for
Palatka endzone, zipped up the mid- in the endzone for the TO. Goodge yarder a with a first down. down then Varnes broke for three the game last Friday night."We did
dle and showed the Tornadoes his kept on the option right for a two point first down at the Palatka 43. ,. On the first down play Anderson tough yards on second down. Varneshit what we wanted to defensively last '
heals on a 100-yard kick off return. conversion and BHS led 14-7 with 1:56: The Panthers continued to shred the kept the ball for a tough two yards.On again, this time around left end for Friday night except for one play the
Palatka missed the point-after- left in the second period. BHS defense, driving for two first second down Anderson broke four yards and a first down at the 32 one that they scored on and we should ',
touchdown but BHS's advantage was Palatka was penalized la yards for downs on the ground before Curtis through the Tiger line behind good yard line. Switching to the passing not have lost the game because of one .
cut to one point, 14-13, before the se- reporting late to the field to open the Lewis flew down the left sideline and blocking for 79 yards and the CHS game Lake Butler could not get mistake.
cond half was started. second half and BUS kicked off from got behind the BHS defender QB score. The extra point kick was good another first down and had to punt "Offensively we executed well until ij i
BHS came back strongly with a the Palatka 45 yard line. Beauford's pass was right on target and the Indians were in front 7-0 with from the 32 yard line. we got inside the ten yard line,:' 1
third TD drive of 72 yards for,20-13 "You could see it coming," said one! and Palatka suddenly scored on the 3:55: minutes left in the third period. After the defense again forced a Thomas continued. i(I
lead.With BHS fan of the hole opening up the 55-yard bomb to lead 32-20 with 7:52 Union penetrated into Indian territory CHS punt the Tigers got the ball on Kenneth Clyatt and Dean O'steen }!
the BUS defense apparently middle of the BItS kickoff return still remaining in the fourth quarter. all night. Late in the third the 10 yard line and moved out to the were the leading tacklers for the '
stunned by the lightning kick off period the Tigers started a drive :37 yard line with a first down. Robbie Tigers. McDowell helped the defense
return a charged up Palatka team '! >" \\Y rA" down on the 20 yard line and moved Crosby was hit for a seven yard loss with four Individual tackles and three
drove 59 yards to tie the score at 2020. i. *. _' :'. \, ,I.'',' II >,sal,it! ,, 1Ii1 .. across midfield down to the six yard on a reverse play and Barber's assists along with a fumble recovery
BHS strangely failed to cover the en- "'. '-/ ij'II"'. '.' I"; ff, '', "I" ..'.",\'_. line with a first down. second-and-17 pass attempt was picked and a forced fumble.

suing kick-off and Palatka recoveredthe tI rlS< .' ', i r"" ; ," L The Indian defense proved tough on off for the only interception of the
free football on the BHS 28, and )J"P 1 ;,IMl 11,1 : I'a'sit ;;:<; \ j t N,. ( the goal line again and held the Tigers night. Coach Thomas also commented on "
four played later scored again to lead :, )' ,) ''"' for three downs making It fourth and The,Tigers took the opening kickoff the performance of the offensive line.
< ,
26.20. Palatka's PAT was blocked. !\>" \ ) r Jour for the' touchdown Just,as,ithethirdperiod after. intermission, and Jobehinct.the .::.::.Hesaid1Taw: Xired off good*.-ddid a i j
"Our,kicking game saved us in the I 'fl"4trdl't' iriI'I1'{ ( ...I"P' t ,. wt : ended"j"" i an,.mUfnttHt' -'....'tqutgtJli Wudng tl4ysrdeswY; J'l.!'. -, .,
first game ((18-0 over Macclenny) butit Barber went back to pass on the ..,
killed us this time," the discouraged fourth down play but his pass got
Hurse noted reflecting on two wild J blocked and fell incomplete turning PLYMPTON SIGNS
center snaps on punts, the failure to I 1 the ball over to the Indians with a first
cover the ball on the. kickoff, and down on the four yard line. SIGN PAINTING MAGNETIC SION3REFLECTIVE MOBILE SIGNS
Shelliy's TD sprint on a kick return. Chiefland received the opening! kick ROUTED SIGNS SIGNS SIGN I KITS '
BHS had allowed Palatka no first of the game and started at the 20 yard
downs and only 13 yards rushing in line. The short lived drive was stopped 964-6511
the first half. But the Tornado when the punt by the Indians was <,
defense then fell apart In the second rushed by the Tigers and did Lake
half. Palatka had to work but got fiveor off. That turned the ball over to
more yards on every charge of the Butler at the Chiefland 35 yard line.
Panther line. The BHS ends were be- Two five yard penalties against
ing blown off the line and the secon- CHS and a few short runs by Tiger Family Special
dary was sitting back and waiting on running back Ed Varnes moved the
the option around the ends. As a ,, ball down to the nine yard line with a
result, Palatka was able to drive the +A t second down. Then Varnes broke 0- fl"
football on BUS to the tune of 166 t loose through the right side of the line
yards in the second half, using up the across the goal line but the 99c '
clock and preventing BHS from get l+C1i touchdown was called back because 'f.
ting possession. of an Illegal procedure call againstthe \
Palatka widened its advantage to Keystone Pee Wee halfback Kip Boutte Is hauled down from behind after a long Tigers.On c\ '.Q ;,
32.20 in the fourth period when gain in the Steeler's 25- opening game win over Green Cove. the next play Varnes fumbled and '
receiver Curtis Lewis got behind the After 5 PM.

BHS secondary for a 55-yard TO pass.
BHS was intercepted on a long Thurs. Fri Sat. Sun. 1I
bomb up the middle on the ensuing Pop Warner Football Kicks Off:;; 2nd Games Sat.I

possession and Palatka used the final I If! PLUS!II! I
6 1/2 minutes driving the football on The defending league champ Union game's first score, capping a 90 yard 0f0-. ,1aorw.G01pM50 .,
the ground to the BHS three yard line County Mighty Mites rolled to a 32-0 march, and Union built a three TO I.1
before the Tornadoes could stop the win and the Union and Keystone Pee halftime lead as Murphy scored from U..0-, I .1 Treat The Kids
drive. Wee,clubs claimed easy victories as 34 yards out and Henderson added a, .......... s ..IK. J5 x
Tailback John Bennett led the Tornadoes the Clay Conference Pop Warner two yard TD dive after a fumble. ."' 01M41y..h ., ta i'\ttJ. Dairq To Dinner &
with 161 yards in 29 carries league opened its regular season In the second half Henderson trot- 5ti
averaging 5.5 yards per carry, and Saturday, ted in from the 39 and Pritchett a' ........k.,4 ttJ. Queen A Great Magic ;
two touchdowns. Fullback Mike Jordan scored on a 20 yard run to cap the I-M IIOf 'M.dd.M.. 'd +
carried for 56 yards in three tries, Mighty Mite scoring. MOTM.,.II lMo<4 t e Show After
and set up the second Tornado TO Union Bengals 32.OP Colts 0 "Offensively we really came to Ot'-eau.l.raw/Unto.
with a 52 yard scamper up the middle The Union Mighty Mites dominatedin life." noted Bengal Head Coach Doyle 5 PM. 9
only to be caught from behind at the an opening game 32-0 win over the Kemp "And Coach Joyner and 301 North
Palatka 15.Quarterback. Orange Park Colts Saturday at home. Howard really came through with the (dee page 9)
Bill Goodge corn. The Bengals rolled up 233 yards of defensive charges to solidify our -
pleted four of seven passes for 51 offense-all on the ground-while defense."
yards including one TO strike to Eric limiting the visitors to a negative two MI.M|MISS--.... WtOm.C4
W.-..... I.F1 MItE
Carroll. yards total offense. ...._...... 1..1a. I MU1.TI
Immediately after Palatka scoredby John Henderson (11$ yards three ....P..M........... 144 STARKE d,
recovering the errant punt snap, TD's on eight carries), Jimmie Murphy ...._- a.lw e.E .
on which BHS was penalized for an illegal (59 stripes on three carries and a C Intel. ,:1: I :
kick which Palatka, of course score with a 90 yard TD run called i0.4 FlRiSTONMULTIMILE
declined the Tornadoes came right back), and Phillip Pritchett (25 o.iew.r: -? iii: A78.13 E78.14 4 WHEELER 'i
yards one TO on three carries) led $.0.d.y.keel ..
back with an 80 yard TO drive. F78.14
S M_..GUI' 870.3 U.S. 301 N. Starke,
Union while Brett
the ground RVT
From the I-formation BHS ran game
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Bennett up the middle and around the Parrish ( five tackles), Grady Or O*!,*.* H,timMmit I J $2288 $2788 964.6436 10.15 LT $5l". ?
ends on the pitchout for good yardage. Cochran five stops and a fumble -.II.Of e.I.1Jr. '
Bennet ran nine times for 52 markers recovery), Henderson (three tackles ; PiuS FET Plus FET .555" )
and got the TD on a one yard scamper and a fumble pickup), Phillip Joynerand Pee Wee ",: _........ 1V15LT
Kent Harrison led the stingy L18.5
around the end after the play up the *i O78-15 H78-15 <
middle was blocked up. Coodge com- defense. > :.; ;-; H78.14 J7S.,5 12-15 LT $6S" ?
pleted three of four passes on the Henderson ran 30 yards for the .M.e..W.d/-dM..t._ I. '" '", W....' Q78-14 ..........' .........e1 $ "

drive for 27 yards. Carroll scooped a $2088 $3288 ...... 14-36.5-151..1 .
13 yarder off the ground for one first < e
.s. Plus FET Plus FEY
down and fullback Mike Jordan, not : FET
FET Plus
the primary receiver. caughty swing plus .sp
passes of 5 and 9 yards' for a crucial White SpOke
first down at the Palatka,10. ,,{ FRONT END ALIGNMENT PlaNt

Jordan'scamper up'the middle set THOMAS METALS INC. Most Cars a Ughf Trucks WHEELS 52411
up the second: Tornado TO on the en- r ':

suing Kenny possession.Clark took the Palatka punt on' Metal(Culvert! Pipes For Driveways And ,Drainage\ $1188CO4PLETE

a fair catch at,the Tornado 32, 'fi' 'j, '. __
With Palatka keying on Bennett, i
''who had run the ball every time until JAMES ADDISON
then.Jordan had a big hole on his dive Elbowom'ManufactureraAnd
play up 5 r : t I : I? FRONT END & TSXE-B
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Kenny park Ed Hamilton, ahead of ,'., ,1IV')'<, 4J*' ..lLJ" ,if,? ; .' It I S Cy). Mod Can A U I,
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him and big 240-pound( tackle Allan '-: .t.. 'I : ;n"i 'fIr'- \ $3480
Scott about three steps behind before ), .::rv. fret lelin" ,I, r "' 'oft <4MLMS

the Panthers really knew Bennett
didn't have the football. Slowing to I B

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.... Obituaries
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47 TO
: relief role pitched a yard
,' Bears 2614From ) eve* play with quarterback pass
I' .,
.. to Jennings who accumulated 96
NoWonthrowIng only
Wilma Dean :
Kordham. .
Dover Fla.Mrs. of Cedar died
Key TWM&y
of offense running and catchingon
Denna Jolly Dade Fla.. ,I completion of the night to tight end yards
City. Alachua General Hospital. ..
Dean W.Cox.60 Paul Pfluke third'and from the night. Jennings bobbled the
on goal
Mr. Dean W. Cox age 50, who livedon City her mother.: two brothers.Mrs Ollie Wade Benton.) Jon.of. Dade )Ira. Andrews Is. the "/t*|.>'of Den that point on it was all Cross the 15 yard line A 42 yard run by ball from the IS to eight yard line but
Brooklyn Bay Keystone Heights Wasslca Fla and Vernon L. Rowland of Starke.Survivors dauftters City. They broke the tie In just 25 Johnny Tlmmons. who hobbled the oufought double coverage .
died at home Jones Include: two seconds, kicked of
Keystone out
Saturday afternoon handoff from Robson. hesitated and
Aztec. Jew; Mexico
illness, one sister Mrs Mrs Marjorie Sistrunk unf ilr bounds to set CC at the 40. Beavers
following a long Born In up then sprinted free down the left r
Nadine Dickison Dade ,
Gravity Iowa 1919. he movedto City: and six Jackie Padgett both of broke outside the containment for a M sideline ignited the final Bear scoring STEVE
Keystone Heights II years ago grandchildren. two sons Joe Andrews.:!\ill' yard jaunt before Kenny Jennings march Jennings again made the I
Funeral services were held at 10 and Kenneth Andre {'s, BROADWAY
from ft. Myers Beach. Fla. Mr. Cox I angled him out of bounds at the four saving tackle but the run set Cross City
am Monday. Sept 24 in the Coleman brother. Ben '
was a retired store' one Halfback Sammy Williams then sliced first and at the five. Two '
grocery goal
proprietor up
It Ferguson Chapel In Dade City with and four grandchildren.She ,;;. I TREE SERVICE
a member of the ; over the right side for the score penalties pushed the hosts back to the
Presbyterian Church of Fleming.Colo. Rev. :Martin Strickland of Oak Ridge was a lifetime resident of Cedar and ran the same play in for the two- 15 before Robson and Pfluke hookedup I
.. 32nd degree Mason, member of followed Church officiating. Burial Key born there Aug. 16. 1905. point conversion to make it 14-6. with 2:58: to for the clincher. j *Removal
with t'ommitlallf'rvlcl'S at 3 Funeral services will be held Friday -
Masonic Lodge 362 of Ft. Myers After Keystone failed to take advantage
Beach, member of the Morocco Tem Bradford Wynn Family Cemetery in at I II a.m. at graveside in Cedar of a Bear fumble at the CC 41 "They hit the outside dive play and .*:lmntjnq;) .
pfe. and member of the Keystone County Fla. with Coleman Key Cemetery with Rev CharlesRogers Cross City drove 56 yards on eight got by us before we reacted, :yalentlno .! \ .
Heights Shrine Club. He served in.the it Ferguson Co. Dade City in chargeof and Rev. Norman Levine of plays to widen the gap. Beavers said of the long runs that'were:' a ": ".V ," ,*Fre. Estimates
Army Air Corps during WWII. arrangements ficiating. Johnson-Hayes Funeral bolted over right tackle and outside key to the Bear win. r: v, Af.f S 00 PITT
Survivors include: his wife LavinaM. :Mrs. :Martha KlUabrlh: .Andrew, 71 Home of Gainesville is in charge of for an 18 yard TD run .to cap the Keystone added a late score when '. 473-4732 :
.Cox. one daughter,Gwen Shuman. :Mrs. Martha P.li/ahcih' Andrews 74 arrangements '' "'....'*|...ii assault.' quarterback Grady Bottle .who hit ,:" Keystone Heights
Atlanta. Ga. one brother. Co!. DuaneW. .' 'fJ,, ...' II.
Cox. Tucson Ariz.. two sisters ... ,'',.:.
Doris Butler. Sterling. Colo. and Norma ''J"
Jean Daley Fleming, Colo.; and 1

three grandchildren.Funeral ,,&
services were held at 2:00: IIlUt ...i ,.
p m. Monday. Sept 24. in the DeWitt r
C. Jones "'uneraillome Chapel with
Rev James T Barber officiating. Interment SAVE
was in Keystone Heights FILL YOUR FREEZERAND wiry
Cemetery In lieu of flow ers, the family
re1Iut''sthat' donations be made to YOUR I .cl c
the American Cancer Society f

IN..nOlroi F. !Smith Jr.. :53 TOP VALUE '
Leonard.F Smith Jr 55. of I'axton
in West "Florida died suddenly Sunday I
as a result of a heart attack. He SAVER BOOK TOO!
was the son of I. .F Smith. Sr.and (he ,
tale :Mrs Smith who were residentsof

Funeral Starke for services many >'ears.were held atI 7 ifL 3 e t4i J =' ,sE

p m Tuesday Sept 23. in the 1 p lI TOPr,* ;
:Methodist. Church at "Florala Ala. E
Survivors include: his wife Ida Lou VAL VALUE!;* -
l Davis Smith. Paxton; one son Larry TAHI g= I 1'
one daughter. Sandra his father U, S. CFI I r! T1J'!r
I..F. Smith Sr. of Broken Arrow. .J
Ok la.. two brothers Tommy Smith. ......
Gainesville and Billy. Smith of Broken QUANTITY RIGHTS

Arrow: Smithas Okla and longtime one grandchild.Mr employeeof PRICES GOOD THURS. WED., SEPT. 27 OCT. 3 MILD CUll WATER ADDID RESERVEDWNNDIXIE STORES. INC.

the Florid.Forest Service. (eaun PORTION l COPYRIGHTm\

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Mr Inman Anderson 69 resident of HAMS La.
HI I. Box 2H7. Sturke. died earl\1\1on. .
day morning. Sept 17 In'North;
Florida Hl'"lOnalllu\pital following a ROUND ROAST Dixie SEEP HANOI 'AK

brief illness Mr Anderson was born ...' .LI. 99
.0---: I. PATTIE MIX $2
and raised in Lulu He was the son of 0 . KO.
the late J.M. and Mary Edna: Fra/ivr. U.uiiCuAOiCE .,,;. .. HICKORY SWEET
former pioneer residents of Columbia :
County Mr Anderson was employed .. SLICED BACON. ;1K1.PKG.: 99
by the Dundee Packing Company of .. )
Dundee. Florida until his retirement
He was a member of the Lulu Baptist 999 SPARERIBS $159
Church in LuluSurvivors . 00 l/
include: three sisters + USDA GlADE 'A' PUSH MIXED
Mrs. Naomi; Johnson and Mrs -.
Aubrey Moore both of Starke: Mrs LB. fRYER PARTS . LI.69c
Julia Howard Gainesville and a host SAVE 80

of nt'phl'sand nieces. 12 .
Funeral services were conducted at MEAT FRANKS 99c
2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon at the
Chapel of Areher Tanner Funeral .'

Pastor of Laura Baptist Church of. ., ..- .,.... ...r.,a..r..aaaul..:
ficiating.Burial. was"in,i Douglas ROUND STEAKL $229
Cemetery in Lulu with Archer-Tanner SAVE SO'w.WD .
Funeral Home in charge of arrangements -

Joseph II..nnl..IJ.""> > Bakkrn.111. 23: IISAVf SIRLOIN
Mr Joseph Bennie (Joey) Bakken.
Starke. died late Wednesday afternoon STEAK
Sept. 19. 1979 following a swimming ROUND $269' . LB.
accident in Kingsley Lake. !Mr. LI ,
Bakken was born in Oceanside,
California Aug. 13. 1956 and moved to SAVE 40 W-O MANO USDA CHOICE SEEP NATURALLY AGED IONELESS
Starke in 1957 where he has resided 79 M pl' SAVE 70S.WD ..
since :Mr Bakken was employed by RUMP ROAST ,,. ,
Clay Electric Co-op as a draftsman.Mr BRAND USDA CHOICE, $ 99
Bakken was a member of the
First Methodist Church of Starke and SONELESS'i" E
also was a member of the Bradford -
County Volunteer Fire Department. STEW MEAT ,. 1
Survivors include: his wife Susan STEAK
Faulkner Bakken Starke; his W O MANO USDA INSPECTED PURE HANOI PAK 0 LB.
parents. !Mr and !Mrs. Joseph Bak. J 44 tffeJ
ken. Jr., Starke: one brother Gary GROUND BEEf 3 P1(0. 469 a .
Bruce Bakken, Goldsboro, N.C. ; p
maternal grandmother Mrs.
Winifred "Boots" Green Starke: and USDA INSPECTED FRYER ROMAN MF.AI I I59C FROZEN
his paternal grandparents. Mr. and SAVE 29' CRACKIN' GOOD TEXAS STYLE lUTTERMHK v Livers I-OJ. Wonles. sal o 79 C
Mrs North Joseph Dakota.Bakken, Sr., Whapeton, Biscuits; 3 Es M .PKG.: .PKG.
"'uneralservices were conducted at SAVE 20 CRACXIN' GOOD CINNAMON SUPERBRAND 12...... .
2 p m. Saturday, Sept. 22, 1979 at the ; GRADE "A" FRESH Ham . rICO. 259 Toastees % 69c
First Methodist Church with Rev. Rolls . VKO' 59eSAVE IAV15O'.W-DI.ANOMEATOIII.L SAVE 10MRS.
George L. Harper of the United PAUL'S FROZEN
Methodist Church officiating. Rev. 30' PALMETTO FARMS PIMENTO 1..11. L.: $239 Fish Fillet. VSt $159

Dean Cassels Pastor of Heilbron Spr- Cheese . cUP $119 ,
ings Baptist Church assisted. Burialwas JO- -
in Highland Cemetery north of SAVE 20' IORDEN LITE LINE SINGLES r V Sticks .
BOlogna( .PKG.19c Fish .19
Law ley. with Archer-Tanner Funeral Cheese Food tea: 99CSAVE
Home in charge of arrangements.Mrs. SUNNYIAND JUMIO FREEZE! QUEEN FROZEN

:\In.Wilma E.Wynn,s.s Cheese IO- SUPERIRAND Food. INDIVIDUAL WRAP Vts139 59c Franks . u $149 Boil} 'N Bags fts): 39C.

Wilma E. Wyn'n, 55 of 200 SWIFTS sizztEAN( FORK IREAKPAST FROZEN S KID rrtStrips
Crystal Terrace Dade City Fla..died liMPERIAl,, WHIPPED ftOWlMargarine DOZ.
Thursday. Sept.? 20 in a Lakeland t.L.. 89C V'KGI Stc vs$2J:
hospital.A native of Pelham.Georgiashe PlIO. TASTE O-SEA TURIOT FISH TAHITIAN/ L PAR LAST

from came Dover to, Fla.Dade and City was 10 a years member ago SAVE 20 FN.IERTS GOtpEN QUA.TU"I. LANDO'SUNSHlNE (; Fillets . u l59 VegetoEGurn's; es I Ss-, 99C

of the Oak Ridge Baptist Church in Margarine PKG.59O 1UOTRS. $ 149 '
Lacoochee. Fla. .. SAVE 20- MRS, SMITH COCONUT:
Survivors include: her husband. SCOlN: WISCONSIN SHARP CHEDDAR 09 Juice . CAN 99e Pie . .. 25-0&SUE. $,l 119'.
Jack R. Wynn, Dade City; one son, . Vft2 f '"
Roy Benton, Las Vegas Nev.; three .
daughters. Mrs. Isabel Butterfield .
Farmington, New Mexico, Mrs. ;,

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V Card Of ThanksWith 1 l y' ORANGE JUICE, IL! GOLDEN APPLES DELICIOUS . ,..;, FOR $ | GO

this word deepest of thanks gratitude for the many we extend kind Ap, GE l." w', L' APPLE . 0 Q a FOR $ | 00 ,

acts of sympathy, expressed by UICE HARVEST FRESH : _
thoughtful friends These kindnesseshave Y .b
meant much to us. .. i CELERY 2STJlK3: $ oeHONEYPEWS
The Family,of Inman Anderson 44 .u. |
C V u s NO. ) riuow
Our heartfelt thanks to all who ex- 9 '. .. o 5 G: 99cHALF
. tended comforting sympathy and help HONEY SWEET
in our recent sorrow. For the .
beautiful service,floral offerings,and GALLON 4 A .0 other l kindnesses, we .are deeply : NO I SWEET u

, grateful.The. family of Lonzie. L.NormanWe \ 'US ,' ; ,' '. POTATOES.' 4 5I
/ iu.

friends and are neighbors sincerely for grateful their many to POTATOES el 10 :_:0.99c} ... ':J APPLES..4:0: .89 i .

; kind acts of sympathy during our sad :.
Our appreciation can '" ,
bereavement. .
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not be e .
j The family of Buddy Bishop '
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:. ,Area Sports Roundup lorBod'ordpnd"-n'oj" ; onty and tho Lake Region area- I i.1

Starke covered 40 and four yards and Earl Click Beetles 18. ; 'period for early round matches In the skins of Eel-Med fought to a M tie In and Bengal.*1M I h1 Lab :
Men's Flag Football Biggs latched on to a 13 yard TD toss (No scoring summary.a&lab1*>. Sixth Annual Starke Golf and Country Jr. Midget play on a wet BIBS field(In gotSatwdIy. '
Il from McGee. Club Tennis Tourney has been extend- Starke Saturday. "We have two weeks before OW'next
TUe-Sonny'efendllc! lea" Soho dump and{ Kitchen'sthe Greg Halle threw Si yards to ...... ... u. The defense for both teams was the game and we've got to He*better
BeeUea k Ir CMck: brother Darryl and three yards to NIwN.N_ a.a First round and quarterfinal mat key with the Cowboy stop crew led by blocking on offense and better tackling
the season While Mac's second Music wins of Rudolph Hudson for the Sharks'TD's. ..a.. .Joe... "'day now must be completed by Fri Eric Lane.Tudy O'Neal,Brad Brown on defense," Assistant Coach )
opened it*campaign with a win In Shop the Mac's 41.Rough Rider 7 I' (W 11. :; the.title October 6 with semiflnaU and Wayne Slocum.Frank Sheffield,Jim Calvin Pace said of the work cut out
Start. Rec:' DePart"> >t's league Chris Chandler threw for four .t.w.o.nw1. ..- fir.. .t matches pushed back to the my Tyson Mike Early Clint Hut- for he and Head Coach Jim Stevens.
play last Sunday. scores and ran for two others as will be playedOctober &-7. The semi's cheeon Shawn Struthers, and Jody Allen Jones picked up 52 yards on 13
Oct. 6. with Griffis. carries: and led the Bengali defense
Mac's Music Sunday's Games sated
t Kltcht'.' 33-Sharks 12 Rough Riders 41-7.Shop swamped ,the Click&: Beetles-Sharks ItSO (:BUS) 'j' the finals for Sunday Oct 7. Lane ran the ball in from the 11 for with three solo tackles and nine
.Milton Baker and Dennis Crawford the Cowboys only of the He assists. LaveD Jones off
score day. picked one
runs covered 1ft and 15 Mac's-KT-Sonny's S (BHS) :
both caught a pair of scoring passes yards while hit scoring passes were to 'Riders-LWCI 3 (LWCI) More Pop Warner might have scored the sprint pus and completed four of fivequarter
from Randall
McGee as Kitcben'.sonny' on 70 for 29 .
Beaver DeSue(19 and 16 yards),Fred a yardcoring: the passes yards from his
.built up a 21-6 halftime bus (44 yards),and Phillip Sawyer Starke G&CC from pateS) run was wiped out because of a clipp back post. Running back Joey Hardin
lead and cruised: the Starke.Baker's contributed
past log 20 yards'
(35 .
yards) ,
1 Tennis Tourney i Jr.Midgets penalty.OP
from and
were 45 24
o 16 Union
John Lewla hit Larry Edwards for Because of the wet weather and PeeWeesK..tone
yards out while Crawford's TD's Bradford Bel-Med(tie)
Orange Park held the Union Bengal T
the 'Riders only tally unavailability of court time the time 2S-Green Cove
Bradford's Cowboys and the Red ....
'I'" Midgets to 102 yards total nrtamwWD The Keystone Pee Wee's opened
.... heir season
I on a bright note bouncflg -
Green Cove Springs 23-0 In Green
n' Cove Saturday.The .
Keystone club took the opening
kickoff and marched in for a score to
1 SAVE set the tone of Fullback
WfTy Bobby Buell who pied up 68 tough
; BRAND ... yards In the game rammed over
USDA from the three yard line to give the
--' CHOICE't( ) !: local team the lead.
Tony Raliegh lead
the Keystone ground attack with 136
L tk TUCKLOAg- yards on 14 carries while Kip Boutte
i added 57 stripes on 11 carries and
twice found the endzone.

: --- ''I ,00 ,,.........,..'\ Keystone Coach LIston Pickren had
---- nothing but praise for his team
noting that the offensive line led by
center Carl Carter had a lot do with
the running success for the winners.
:6 BEEF SALE1j Defensively Billy Boney was all
: over the field being credited with 12 '.
solo tackles and six assists. Pickren
added that linebackers Lee Peoples i
'. ', ..,.o o' and Strickland and Raleigh had Rood
defensive days
REEF PEOP UslonS0.Or3ngeParkT

QUANTITY RIGHTS The Union Bengal Pee Wee's came
PRICES GOOD RESERVED II back after Orange Park tallied the
WINN-tHXIB STORES. INC. game's first score and won a fumble-
THURS. WED., SEPT. 27 -' OCT. 3 COPYRIGHT_1979 MMTMR. CUSTOMS low MOM sale-.... plagued game in Lake Butler last
Saturday.Both .
teams moved the ball well in
UKISI Mxi5K USING ONLY oimiiT 10011
the first half according: to Bengal
C ""I LOWER "NO FRILLS" PRICES Coach Jerry Whitehead but lost
THRIFTY coNvnuraa MOP tout PIM OfF mm YOU swor "CI
fumbles the from being
MAID kept
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'"'MU'OII'OUIIIIUlttIP """*u>"* *
.. high-scoring. Orange Park drove the
14 IMPOfURfl. M
7 I llEflry' ran town. IMIII MI NO woof o i.:.. M:?: ball 60 yards to take a 7-0 first quarter
IDIU PINTS YOU PAY*tOW ando mar WNtl YOU WMtf lead. Union came back to earn a 7-7
TOMATOES fOP VA1W STAMPS You GIf'""HTM Of lOP VMUI STAMPS ON halftime tie as fullback Thomas
Webb who ran 14 times for 101 yards
tit Soul KM rtocissino M mNDIKIIMAtd
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1T1 scored on a IS yard run to cap a 50

SAVE 30 ARROW GIANT yard push.

i !_ DETERGENT Ooo000 Ka. 99cFLOUR. early swung Quarterback after the momentum intermission Roscoe to Union's Simmons returningthe aide

$ kickoff 57 yards and scoring on the
lay on a 13 yard scamper.In the
four quarter Ulyssis Hill blocked an
5 69C
O O O 0 ::0 Orange Park punt and Danny Griffis
recovered the ball at the visitor's 25.
1 6.oz., SAVE 12' CHEK: AU FLAVORS Three later Micheal George
found on a reverse from
CANS SOFT DRINKS 0 0 6.s $100 23 yards out to clinch the win.

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,,'., u"SweetE Peas 3 JiJS $.i Lunch Meat "CAN--o Q0e ( \ DUNCAN HINES LAYER Keystone p.m. Pee Wee's at Bradford 4

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I Moral Victory for UCHS JV ; Keystone JV7finned' With 1st Loss; Tries to .'Bounce Back TonightKeystone I

High's Baby IiKUaM<*j) after kicking to the home side the In the Mcoad quarter Prtehard backfield A two point run made it

They Go After Win Tonight suffered their first loss rf t&jfv Baby Indians quickly marched some busted off t.adde. and swerved CIf.Uide 12-1. Keystone fumbled the ensuing

season last week-seeing a 10 toad. 60 yards for the lead behind the runnIng for a 45 yard run tow up KHHTflnal kWw over to the Baby HarM and

It was moral victory at least for the In last week' contest Newberry waste away In a 28-12 lost' to fc- of Jim White and Greg Prichard. >core.lh-icbardahoak
Union JV last week. jumped out to an Insurmountable 20-0 terlachen ((2-0) on the road. White first scored on a reverse play yard TO run to the lead to 1scoreboard- K> score and 8 The

The High Baby Tigers Tigers fell to 0-3 with a advantage In the first half before the The Keystone jayveea are away that was called back because of a Interlachen upon the version run after the score made it
from home again tonight( ;wkh holding penalty but then cracked the ttl t2.
20-7 loss to Newberry but dented Baby way. a 3o by beating a Keystone blitz with a 50
the Scoreboard and endzonefor Union tallied their first 79 score game against St. Augustine's Florida endzon on the same play to the other yard scoring pass and run play to a Interlachen dominated second hall

the first time an this enemy season and late In the game going 02 yards for School for the Deaf Blind. side on the next down. running back swinging out of the pla/keeping the ball most of the half.

the score with fleet sophomore Al Edwards "They Just quit In the second half"

showed"We to beat Coach much'em Jerry Improvement in the Lawson.second according half," two runs.picking Edwards up all sliced the real outside estate on on a KHHS the Baby J Indians Rodney loss Nelson to the rival saidof Changes in Store for BHS JV As They Visit GHShas I

Lawson noted chuckling at Union's sweep for 42 yards to set up the TD Baby Rams. "It might be the the boat

7-0 "win" in the last two quarters. and then carried the ball In on a 20 thing that could happen to us getting After a 44-8 loss to Gainesville moved some top players over to time at defensive end Kenny Wrightwill

"We came out and revamped our offense yard sweep. beat. I think the kids were getting the Eastslde In their opener the BUS Tor- the defense and some offensive stan play some linebacker and Emmett .

and defense a little at halftime Edwards also lead the Baby Tigers big head a little blt-you know they nado JV has been working In some douts will see two-way action from Watkins will move from monsterto

and I was completely satisfied with on defense with nine Individual hadn't been scored on and. were changes for tonight's road game at here on out. Tailback Kenny Davis linebacker at times while also

our second half. We found that stable tackles according to Lawson's charts undefeated. They got the 12-0 lead and Gainesville High School (7:30: p.m.). pressed into full-time duty there with holding down the fullback post on of

offense that we'd been looking for and Gary Roberts contributed three individual just relaxed. "Eastslde shouldn't have scored 44 the injury of Randy Parado (broken fense.
the defense played real well takedowns and eight assists. "It will make 'em a lot more finger: out two weeks), will also startat Offensively, Ricky Sullivan and
back-- coachable. I guarantee they're going points against us, guarantee that, defensive end said. Craig Sapp will share the quarter
The Baby Tigers will try for more Lawson also named running said Baby Tornado Coach Ben Moxley Moxley Tony
than a moral victory!: tonight when Tony Honour and Green Cove Spr- to added go back Sunday.to work Monday Nelson before practice Friday. "I was disappointed Bell and Barry Reddish will also see back role. .
transfer Ken
they host Hawthorne Baby Hornets ings Starling as players in the defense."

in a 7:30 p.m. game. who put In solid performances. ed Keystone's on two long early scoring lead thrusts was fashion In the To shore up the stop crew Moxley KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES

I KUA News Guys & Dolls Of KII first half. After holding Interlachen.L.st ....a.Et 2CLASSIFIED New Homes As Low as 225

Vollryball Start k Deadline fey Insertion'
KRA adult volleyball started last Takes Bowling Points P. Month TOUT, Pint All. Minimum fHA Down Payment
GAWLEY RICHARD J.GAWLEY [Tuesday noon preceding I
monday night but openings on teams Guys and Dolls bowling team sponsored 'Thursday bofora publlcaktlon. VA.fHA.CONV.

are still available. by Trlest Construction Company r NeCleltof

Anyone Interested in playing should of Keystone Heights, took three ,Minimum charge S2.40. Costs

call 4732527. points from Seafood team at Palm 1 (Covert I SWordt).

KRA Meeting Oct. IS Lanes in Gainesville this past week. loch word over IS

The Keystone Ilec. Association will Bowling for the local couples team POST OFFICE BOX 852 I* 10 cent

hold a fall meeting at the Keystone were John Winters Bea Purdy, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FL. 32e5eCu.'o".tl..d i ilot ...p..I...,. for .rims '
Elementary School cafeteria at 7:30: Gladys Tillis and Bob Drake. The Henflmen Will .. 804-q73-3021 when given over the pho. Directions. )

p.m., Oct. 15. Drake took high game with a 189 qr when copy I It not typed iI Take II 21 South to In tronce Hood to Golf Course

Plans for 1980 are to be discussed followed by Bea Purdy who bowled PlnSlrippingc.rsu. LAND CLEARING DEMOLITION PILL DIRT I and brought the oHIce. Sign to Property.
Including work that needs to be completed 186. Drake also had the high series T.rwlll..rMotos ROAD WORK .. 6 ROCK CLAY

and KRA director Wayne with 496 and Gladys Tillis with 468. 'rld.yab'urd.y BEACH WORK PEAT BUILDERS SAND 9/2131 boa

Donahoo says it's important to have a Total pin fall for the local team was '447100Starka.

good attendance at the meeting. 2.41S. Flo..

r II Key.tane Rr is fldsCAIN II

FOR GOLD! Sterling. WANTEDSomeone clean GARAGE SALE Saturday,

Jewelry diamond., coin. house one day a week. Sept 29 9 a.m. 6 p.m.

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE dental gold. Will visit your Must have own transportation Melrose, oil SR21.
home onywh.r. M,. HIM- and references. Call Seminole Ridge. Follow

man 4751089.21 rfnchg. weekdays after 5 p..... Sat. signs. 479-2720 or 479 -

LAKE LOTS FOR SAlll and Sun. 4752225. Itchg 1839. I Itpd 9/27.

IN LAST Keystone Heights. 9/27 FOR SALE Walker hounds,
GREAT Beautifully wooded lot on PERSONAL SERVICES New born July I. Good

Clear, sand bottom lake. Life Acres Rest Home: slock/Trl-color. $39. Call

Good terms or discount lorcash. Rooms available for on.' .73.2455.9/20 tfncho

I to S acre* with nice mala and on. female resident. GARAGE SALE All day Sat.

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN t.... overlooking lake Phone 47!-2108.1 and Sun. White Sands

from $3,500. $500 9/27 Lake. Couch lazy-boy,

down.$50 month. Commercial EMPLOYMENT LPN need rocker, golf bags, cloth.

lots on SR-21 North ed. Hours 9 a."'. 5 p.m. |I', site 9, womens size 10

CLASSIFIED SECTION. available./ Owner- live days a week. Call ping pong table, camp

Salesman. 473-4375. 2/22 473.4712.2tchg 9/27.10/4 stove, many other Itemt.

., ,j tfnchg. FOR SALE 19 cu: It.. 1978 Call 4733686. I tch g. 9/27.
..t.;' '1 ( ACRES on 214 near model Citation RENT '
.. FOR Cottag., partly
.', .;>> j1 : Keystone Heights. $300 regrlgerator, frost .,.. furnished I-bedroom.

.1.. down $89.SI per month. and with ice-maker. Like First and last month plus

'./ ': Phone 473-4058 or new. Hardly used. $600 or $50 deposit. No children
": 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. 3/29 make offer. Call 473-22)0) no pets. Call 473-3499 after

tfnchg day or 473-4648 evenings. 3:30 p.m. All day

The Sun's Classified section ; NEW MOBILE HOME R.V. Itpd 9/27 weekend.tchg 9/27
Shop PARTS STORE alto SERVICESTilling done for FOR SALE On. Sta-rite V,

Whirlpool GE, RCA ports. gorden or beach by Troy hp well pump and 42

WHEELERS betweenKeyttonaMalrota. Built Rototiller. Call gallon tank. 550. Eston Me-

for values. 475-1344 'for free ..tlma'.. Cullough. 4737119. 2tpd
every day great shopping 475-2401. tin ehq A/19. 1 lpeI 9/27 9/27 10/4.


repairs, roof repairs, born. licensed to sell Real cottage, kitchen furnished

.- built painting..roorrvoddl-. Eifo1eT'ConraCT-Our year round rental,. v

.. _.. 'AI'.,, (.. fit UI" i t..i. screenp.eteh.lll4GJt I JptlSe-'O/id progressive turn $125'..monthly, plus;,
no |lob foo '.small: Mlk.'.' your license Into money utilities 4733418. Itchg

,. small repalrt, Professional, training fur 9,7.

t 473-3997-doy. or 473-2803- nished.. Century 21 FOR SALE Must tell 78

-.-- alter S p.m. tlnchg' 8/23 Scout II 'International
Showcase Properties. Inc.
Willing to relocate' to BrowercCounty HEAVY DUTY N.Hon area Mut be fully ..porlenced harp college ered tor carrier Land Development 9/20 21SEWING radio, 8-lrock tape, AC.
In all phate of cuttom erowth _'"nll". Norm 373411. -
c.bin.t rn.nu/a/urln0.. Too MECHANIC ....'"ne _lIlne. service Apratments, Stores MACHINE "SingerGoldn $9.900. Call 479-1933.
.alary. 13031111.4640.. charge euaraoteed*0 days
general maintenance.' MINI have Shopping Centers and Con Touch and Saw". Itchg 9/27
(CARRIER SAlES $13000Local + own ool*.'eouai* Good opportunity.wage*, goodbenefM Call39,3. OFFICE SUPPLESBXPSTRIENCtjO dominiums. Write or call One of Singers finest zig FOR SALE) 3BR 2 bath new
territory for outndlnc. "*-" atk for Dick. Office' SUPPIVsalesperson Ethel Batchelder, Rt. 2, Box home, with 'fireplace Deer
.. .
firm who need* *elf tcwork for telephone end In zag. Makes buttonholes,
with buine, and profelonal *- INVENTORY CON1ROI CLERK store ..,... em ..11... Central. 409. Keystone Heights, Fl. Springs Rood. $1100 down
account Call. Norm 37347 office _''v. 37tS77 blind h.m., monograms,
l, Snelllng' a Sn Mlng/ tervlct Good with figure, 14O33. to start.lbtla PRESSO..EItATO"ARTIST -- 32656. Lie. Mortg. Broker hot automatice push button payments under$250month.
charge guaranteed 90 day* '""* Call Sneiiing Wvndol._v'e.373-4711.' charge ftneiilng. ....&.* Technical lob for _...''c peron. 904-473-2585. Hnehcj bobbins, etc Sold n.w Phone Bob
OCSK CLERK teed 90 day* ____ Good DaY Cell Job Action.. Harrlt. 964.5533 or
immediate' opening' for enperlneed ,b Oetirable. povltion, with flexible, m 3-S-XX; feeTermsPART NEW HOME FOR SALE 3 BR over $400. Balance
1 90/hr. Call Job Action FRAMING CARPENTERS .. 473-3133. 9/6 9tchg 10/4
commercial layout .r" hour TIME ..n. office
Knowledge of ltlt-ftcreenina. 97.V230O. Fee-Term* Minimum' 2 year* framing ..on.wok..., must ...._. hours II to 1 2 Bath great living room $117,10 or $10 per month. BUILD YOUR DREAM on
time petition/ .. 377 HI I ...."7. M... Lane.tff ,
evteniial Full : rience. with 'tool for work In .m kitchen dining room playroom Call credit manager collect
muff be fatt A accurate. Saiar' GENERAL OFFICE J6760Lleht O'viMe area .4414470...?apm AC'YPlsT..CcuiacY these two lots shaded by .
bated on .._.'.ne.. Apply' _k..n.. varied du LAUN6 HV KUNNEM Important, need self ,...... shaded by large at 904 376-4467 2tchg beautiful oaks no city *
p.rton from 2.1:10: D m. N G.'or "... Mice phone voice' Call NO oerlence, needed, day MIN tend resume to P.O. Sox 1957 oaks. landscaped with 9/27 10/4.
T.th' Supply 1..0 t. How. Wvndol, 3/3.711. tnelllna *.. only Apply' 'In per ton. ..m.... Gainesville' Florida. 3MOI_ '0..... $6,699, assume present .
.d. PLIE..IIf. .00.71 ..... N.or
.ncMOniv/horn. npd 6001V. IiIflq/ dove service e. auarenleed Inn, G.'In..yII.' FL. sprinkler system. FOR lENT Trencher, compactor loon Keystone

school In city limits on cement mixer, Heights Realty 473-4961

Grova Street. Assumable washer, lawnmowers .
pressure Realtor 473-2614. Itchg
I excellent T4 condition CADILLAC' air cruise power'W'Jf )RD.,..FAIRMONT,'no .. brakes 4 .3aor7./r. 1954. CHEW, good BELAIR condition NovemberInspection tltt. mortgage at 9'/ percent. tillers, other FOR RENT till June 2 BR.
control. power steerlne e, ..exceptionally' ONLV swtt C Ii37TS ebak49. 41000. Call collect garden, auto and construction
S3JOO 375-4433 VAN MB YL Lincoln; MercuryMain 19 MEMCUrtV ZKFMVR Z uO 19044681820. 2tpd 9/27 furnished fireplace on
no'N St 371 3St F'ower a. brakes Lake
'74Sport C HEVY CHEVETTE malls, :I'I''n ; t* 'OO. Ill'A TALS. 21 North Geneva near Schools i Z
coupe air. condition and (19n fORD MAvtRlCK: Call NS7705.fNrfi.30 FOR SALE New U'x36' Hwy. $279 per month. KeystoneHeights '*
....... ONLY L300.ctu.l' mll. 4732995. TFchg
to flr>t camn Buyer. 371-1001 Clan.O.O.nd.b... low mll*.. AAAZOA R" 3 '. station fiberglass, swimming pool Realty. 473-4961 \<<
days. 377.1273 evanlnos' S'0 vwaoon. New engine (only SOOMiieti. FOR SALE One English toddle .
w. so.ooo. mile Warring'n with filter. Also 6'3' Realtor 473-2614. llchg 1
'JITMCNEEi.SOS DIESEL new muffler bNi" used twice $175., one
ReOAL.IHO" 1t7t Old Oit 4 door. Fully radio. First cla u condition. harvest gold Jacuiil PERSONAL SERVICES LOSE J
f1tLTCAMARCS.CHRV.LER.II5000WN .au'o' _", 3).OOO mlt.. Attain 2)00) C.1I3-.n'no.' western saddle $325. Call 10b1/ In 10 ) The
whirlpool both tub. Phone days a
3/3-SSW' v49f uuln4.14AMPM
... .
Alr' .ondll'on. 3-toeed .
..MERCEOES 220 Ie. mac .nu71 475-1533. Itchg. 9/27.
.t. 00. MSOO' Call 34loon PALO Ictilly sound, mint condition, air, 475-2108 I tod 9/27 fastest .0''.'..' weight
_Nor. or after '77 POHD PINTO' 77 PONTIAC WAGON raoal i*. tvood 0.1 mdeeoe ftMOO. .m..sss asnssssHOW lost In the world. j
.7* BUICK LASABRBV4SIM 5un-r0of. air. S77OO """"vlli. 'dab 3 Kali AM- |'3-.'.y betwen 5p m Student
HARMEDAUTOANNEX 37t.S73 FMM alt .11 )112n' SELL or ....../1974"TR1L W' TO BE SEEN Peter luput. Star of' Mis- ,.I.
HARPPieD "AUTO ANNEX 'TO MO tVfdofft. ....IIt( cbntN. miieoiae. 4 ..eed. *>.ir. AM/FM tion. Impossible Founder
3.n '.. DODGE..DA.T. vary OOOion. moolti.0.00m' .
'1944 BUICK SKVLARKOr alan/-0 ono good mpg new .n.mlttlon. tiiQt' ratio r... b.alotl''', 315.006ahoy Soot and President J
... mechanical condition. seat. sticker covers., needs April,body 1510 Inspection work If nd.... iww.. clutch brair, many l4 i DODGE DA A 1T45SJ or beoffer. a. Distributors: Carolun
into nrm Call 376-7275.
Dependable' transportation .......... SJQQ 377 33V .rJ ja7Jrfter S.
STOP 33>J4aflarr M Mast home owners can UNSEll houto faster than you Hughes. 473-2498: Lovie

can toy ..'.-get-oul-of-here. Some are over-proud; Brumbaugh. 479-2108:

-" '. others are apologetic. Many a ....,-.. falls through Carolyn Johnson 4734792Itpd

HAWTHORNE 3, BR, large COT: : HOUSE FOR SALVAGE .because the owner couldn't resist "helping" the broker. l 9'27WANTED

nobitch.w L.... I'ttorv House 'In Bronson.S2e34O7 Baby titter,
For QUICK *al I*. ...'.900 ..|.2'''. ; for maranlarmafol.'
When you place your house with .... WE da the work. You Tu... and Thurs nightt.
IMVEITEfl'S SPECIAL( TRADE IN your enlsllne, ) home
rental* acreage. on e new 3 BR. 3 born house. need not oven be there while we thaw your property.You Prefer high school perl or
'low Chit to mortgaoe.p1' Choose from homes available relax that I. older with
can knowing your problem professional woman own
For details call. 375.4443.Swood.dacrHOncrNk
OAVI. OAKS. HiCKONiCS ''nc'D'' 1**"*y ja3i9yflktCLLENT now
Jtiioctim NW 'location, .**. Mctclbbln' .Banks ugALTQrtTT hands. And If the buyer has h..rotl.u..I1.... to transportation. Call earlymornings
to Glen' ....''ne. School. :noo SoFt 3 .S. I bath home, fenced y..d.t OWNS H-F-OOI. Men>. .In
ask be handled after the In office other
they or
.2 >lt. I Oath,ore** room witnttrepi cenf ....".,.. new roof, cony.Palm View (states.4 Brt. ttoalhs can shewing our even
ce. deck off ,for 0* din' I no nient to tnoooina' &. school*. room family.00116room. not your living room. ings. 473.20891tchg 9/27
large mole'p psoon Shown by nl' 71"17hunw v too m. circular 1 drive
Dflwate, after 4':30 p m&ow.Kanos.. ereennouse Beautifully decorated KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Country

Own .well.-,...and* call taptic JTtVJftA. MO.! after OOOFirm. JGSTlll1&I lE.coll.n'! neighborhood' .o MUST SELL.About < 100 NW w 4'oo and let u>feu you mor.- offered. Brick veneer, 3
2400 So PCustom 4 .R. many
U'UMI thl* twaclou! LO*w 3 SO''iil.iriOf'To.n ilmo CIOM on tonopolntj feature a,113,371 O4tNORTHWOOO 4 E.d ___.. 3 bath. brick homelocated for Rent till June, 2 bra furnished fireplace, ec; tali';e'G.n..a. BR. 2. bath great room
In N. Gainesville.
and cnool! In Oalne- INBS ,v Priced' ...only S47,0oaCOUNTStVLtVINO' near schools. $275. mo. fireplace, large .kitchen
vine." Only 114.100 Call today.wm. Oulll 1977 3 0R. 2 Bath, c.rO.tSUCXNGMAM fully equipped.
FALA.lt.fiSa4ciou H Hall Meaity of OalnevWANDNCW ed. tcreaned cores. 001,61..0 Only
1 SR. 3 tMthroom r491. "vIII.-.-.....L TORI. J112024 ....> fenced backyard Cah to Can be yours with t acres of .land Build Your Dream on these two lots, shaded by beautiful $2,900 down payments
atrnc* with fireoi4C Nee locaied NW"S""' VISA"mertoaO.. .VH.tOO 3O7Q plus' e 4 bedroom. path home under $290 for '
in uckinonem f4twr*S i rom Largo a .*. 2 bath. Large great NW J .*. 130_.* Call Today..,.._. oaks. no city .0..... $6695. attume present loon. qualifiedbuyer.
I .*ter bedroom Only tM.&OO room with fireplace' Many extra Attume eiilflng morfgaa of Phone Bob Harris, j
a.CN/n/ m/ Wnv. M Hell Near achooi for only 25,300: Hu.* hedv yard Ron/al ..... .' .31U
I .. OO O 0 Jay Conttruction Benton & Brewer Realty _Ro.I or 964-9933.
f ifv of Ciinetvllie. REALS. Co. poiblllfle. Stow ft. '. "_.', Keystone Hgtt. Realty
I ','r TO ft 5. 573.2024 311.1212._ ... Honnle. 371!"12. 3771S31 A. REALTORS TTHtlT 473-4961 Realtor 473-2614 Move In by Thanksgiving
4 Other models available.
I 1 9/20 3tch 10/4
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CHICK.'NOO..NO.. MINOLTA XG7 Camera body I
I- (teoroducing Flayer (I IMO y end Vlvlfar io-ISO room lens.
15W negotiable, ; <, Maw condition S3M. Please cell. '
***.**" Tommy 2''-_ .
R 4 pR s "" """ -
Litton ", Thomasvllle. tecretarv, J I
t .. 1. DRAFTINO TABLBT. SJJ. 4py MOW, 101 Ten m000I' UJOfl 1 trestle fables, rocker. Jan. S. Uihe, Realtor
.wer mirrored, wardrobe clos, C.II )11"'M" > FM $. Cell n.I.32'or Information' ..
.'. S40,. eoid a, brown plaid' sofa, MEN'S DIAMOND' MINO t'y 30 West Main Si"' f Iqfc'i fuller
I SJ13773J40tlOO White gold etting | S O..n.R I.. POUSLE 000. Aooral.d .t 11000 11500 oa k.
couch. S4>. dinette set. 175. Perm a tt 164. '
Student desk SJ< 3/5-4443 coMFtiTB ARK GUM.. ROUND OAK TALE ,NowU.'Jni .
OUTDOOR T .", MI'O"'NIi't. I'.Hl'./lSmnn enlareer.' timer, RBSSBO BACK CHAIRS'
I.av4way for Mmas Giant' Round Iravs. print dryer. eaoer, cheml* CMINACABIMCTSLBWIt 3 hcf.eom.12 both home In Snov/i Addition. Beautiful ,-. ... room meal)
tle *,. 10''.- SJI* *t dais, etc SJOB1034 ANTIOUES1.13.LiSt "Eo.
List; Mica_" 4430t. Upkeep-Meet. lor-children.' Corner property for reasonable. price
$4M51. tale S3 e t sI "
753: tin*. **. cj'vcubapre AIM TU. Ill WOOBTo Both work en ,p6e0e000nN/lot.I/f N I U. b.'" .ut>. .n Y7.n.Caw. ft i
M..k(111 Haeuialorwith 110 Both ,leek and work very
"'3 ., .. console pressure. sfablllilne A.' depth'lecket......w1110 ./In$ nicely' s" each )'3-llto ,." 3 Bedroom Home In Hertford. Ideal 'for FSP, UCI or BTU .....ploy_.. PRICED VERY A

OAIS 0 0011p K a M* is Slid 3/ (Oeerwoodt _..'u' REASONABLE. J$, ,,, i
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ft. more ( ttrrieuille1t'4 2 bdrm. house partially furnished. $ 25. First and lasf mo:'rent required.

Interested classified r 1 W..... trailer' partially/ IWOI.ll..d. 't 10. First and lost ..... rant required. !
in ?
placing; a 2 W.", .' trailer partially/ furnished $150. First. end loa ..... rent required.

:3 to 4 bdrm. homo for rant or ...... i
( Call 1-372-4222
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BRAPf light }
end dark vortette*. U-pick

.. -... ..-.dIo.. ,.. .. ,. l or we pick. Monday thru 1
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UnlanlauntyW.n fld&t 200A. See signs

173.2702.9/13 Slchg 9/27.
SERVICESCUSTOM Stilt SAW SHOPS Complete WANT A FARM 70 acre. 197* FORD COURIER AC mobile home II mortgoge opening. Hwy 21 North of Joke decorator. Clearance
NICE HOMI on well land WANTEDCORRESPONDENTS sharpening service. circular located near Rolford. Include 'good condition AM/FM. 8 I Is 3/4 paid or more.CHIN Keystone Hi*. Ceramic, of all our bakery crafts ornaments -

scoped acre lot. Located hand corblde, 3 BR frame house, 2 I track, CB roll bar sliding MOBILE' HOME SALES, plaque' doll. Indian ,"25 percent oH.
MADE near center of town. Many NEEOtDi chain mower blade hollow mobile home...-ups, lent- glass. window white spoke 9645606. Open 7 day Jewelry, other Item Both black and :white
DR APERIEStFreeestimates. pecan shade tree, Deep For Providence/ and War- ground and balanced. .d and cross-fenced wheals $''SO. Phone weekly. TFchg Phone 473-7042. 7/26 couple. PASTRY SHOP.

Local w.U.t city water and thington Springs area For Leave at Jockson Building S89.000. Owner holding) I 964680S.27 2tchq 10/4 WANTED Mobile' home eto .< TFchg 138 f. (all. Slor.... 9'20 I
distributors for completely sewer. Three III, 2 bath. more Information call Supply. Storhe er Keystone' mortgage. 25% down 1974 CMtVY 4-Wheel DHvei ( and tiro*. Will pick up. 14 FT. CONCORD CAMPIRi JtcKo 1014LIMIROCKs '

washable' nationally ,2-car garage, hardwood Union County Time fits T'chg Phone ((904)) 7B6-B274 alter radio heater now tiro. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME $.N-contoind; ALSO. 1973 JO yd. semi ;\
advertised Gord..". oak floor, iat-ln kitchen. 4962261. TFNpd. ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUCi 5 9/27 2tchg 10/4 2.100 or $300 and fake SALES. 9645606. Open 7day.awaok.TFchg Ford cor. Phone" .....7571. load only' ALLEN I. ,
Draperies. SAW Enterprise Cedar closet CH/A. family p.m. over payments. Phone 9/13 4tchg 10'/ TAYLOR Uwfey. Phone
*. Ed or lama room end screened porch. Phone 64.l48or *4587.. 172 MOBILE NOME. 9647251. Itchg 9/27 CASH FOR COINS Gold HAVl Sable or AIi.,.. continually 782-3172. TFchg
Stephen. 496-2219. 3/1 Adjacent acre ovoiloble. FISCAl ASSISTANT TFchg" Klngsweed Penthouse, liver, Marling, denial' cutting lor Held or MASON SHOESi Over 300 :
jTFN.; W. S. Rivers. 496-2241 or NtNon-coreer Service position REMODELING BUILDING TOii 13. 2 '1. 2 baths, all gold. GF scrap jewelry optical born ...... From 73 per styles lor men and women.

CLARKE SAW SHOPS Com. 496-3841. TFchg at all male correctional REPAIRS New kitchens. paneled In while, locatedon frame*. etc. J.R. Bull- bole' up. according to Superior quality Supreme 7 7comfort. 1

plate sharpening service, GARAGE SALIMOVINGi Institution Requirments bath. family rooms. Brick, stotejwoperfv.! No equity FOR RENT Ington 964.6250 after $:30 quality lorry LoFollette.Storko. Authorised
.' hand. circular, mower Cordon tool' household are high school' block concrete. Fireplace assume $3.000 mor p.m. TFchg. 9646273. TFchg. dealer Phone 9645693.
%Lblade. chain sows. Leave Item end lurniture. Dress diploma or Florida CEO specialists. Orlfil Con tgage. Phone 411-1123:i .PALMS APARTMENTS Fur. ion IN CITY OF STARK SKI BOAT 16 f.. llberglass '/20 .tchg 101 1 II. 1 1PEASsU )

lot Crews Building Supply. materials, clothe, men's and slit years enperlence struction. Phone 473-2)06 eve,o*964.1125.0..435, nlshed efficiencies and 1 NIlDEDtPhone Bob Harris. 73 boat. 74 Mercury 65 HP -pkk, pink' eyes. ;
JiLake Butler. 7/3 TFN, and wom.,,'*, Plants In bookkeeping or clerical- or 473-337B. TFchg days. 'Itchg 9/27 BR op..., weekly", or mon Affordable' Home, engine, gator-tilt trailer some while acres and sipper \
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE Come end see. 860 N.E. accounting. Education can THI MOWER C1INIO Small COUNTRY, HOMO :3 I BR. I fitly NEW FURNISHED 964.5533.20 9/27 $1.800. Call 964-S764. day cream. Phone
TRAP ,cleonouts. Trailer Sanderson Rd. lake be substituted for experience engine end oil type el bath on. 2 acre. fenced STUDIOS monthly only", WANTED Good used plan 431-1640 alter 1.00 p.m. 964.63Sa. llpd */27
Troofs end metal' roofs cool, Barrie Sot.. Sun. Only on year for year lawn mowers repaired In. with nice born. Minutes, 2313 N. Temple Starko. for children' chapel. Must TFchg. TOO WIT TO HANG WASHt
//pealed. Day or night ser Itchg 927. boil' Salary range: eluding reborlng. Work from IWCI. UCI. FSP. TFchg be reasonable.' Call Storko FOR SALE OR TRADE Horse Buy a General Electric !

R.osonobl. Joe Fa,. TRUMPET with co... Good $9.6622.569 annually. don. reasonably. Henry WEFSH. N.i. Union County ONI HOUSEKEEPING Church of God. 964-5443. trailer, ono horse, single' Dryer on sole for (249,
+;.y'''. 431-1022 All condition Call 496-2407. Applicant should apply' to Browder. 964.9760. 6121 01 SR 133. S24.000. Phone ROOM. AC: ana sleeping Itchg 927LASTFOU ante, good condition $300. R-SLADE GAS APPlIANCI. -
Business Manager, Union Hchg. ,room 'low price AC STOCK TRAILER Phone 964-7701.
.business appreciated 3/31 9/212tpd 10/.. 431-1653. I.t.ool8.5.. call very : tog-aleng ,
'TFN Correctional' Institution.' P. BIRCH' !U>M Pest Control UNDERWOOD MOTEL US N D i 6' wide x 12 long.tandem 332 W. Madison St..
HARVEY'S LAND DEVELOP- HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER O. Box 221. Ballard Service el Fl. The March Orange Park. 264-1332 301. 4 mile North of ante, good condition $500. Starke. Itchg 9/27 \

MENTlond: clearing and 3 bedroom 21/2 both concrete Florida 32013 ((904)). I Is On To Kid Your Homo of Itpd 9/27 Storke. TFchg lOSTl Bull white loco.Block GARDEN TRACTOR Sears TWO GOOD CHAROIAIS

,,bulldozing work. > houror block Roger 431-1212. "An Equal Opportunity Nuisance Post. Coll NEW MOMSKeyslone' area. TWO BEDROOM apartment:' 400400 Ib 16 HP, hot boon burned on BULLS. outstanding quail i\
y Angus *
contract. Roods built Cochran, 1170 S.W. 4th Employer/Affir 5534.6/21 TFN 2 BR, 2 both kitchen ID. apply at 870 McMahon St., lop. OK to rebuild. $300. ty. Phone Arthur McRoo, j I
Hampton C-323. Mr Arch
llsh ponds dug. and Terrace, lake Butler, Con motive Action SEWING MACHINISMFAIIIOl OR, garage, CA. low Starke, 1/' TFchg Prevail Contact Jim Harris 964,6997. Ipet27 : I
culverts installed. Contact be seen anytime 9/272tpd Employ.,.") chg 9/27. All make maintenance, w/w carpet MOBILE HOMES Irom 1130 toIISOmonth 9/27. 468-1603. Had 9645973. Sampson City TRAMPOLINE/ New round ;

Sup.rlor Cleaner. SPINET-CONSOLI PIANO., cleaned oiled and ad. S33.500. Phone 473-4470. plus $50 FOUND Red Hunting Dag. Itpd 9/27 list SS99.9S, sole S3I9.9S.

239-2078. Alter 6 p.m.. toll" tale. Wanted: Responsible STOREKEEPER lit Career Service iusted. '10. Work Sunday 4732056. llchg damage depotlt. LAND Tattoo 'In oar: recent TWO ITEMS 1975 Novo B.12 111 1379.95. sale
Eug.n. Harvey. 2752552. party to take over Spinet position located at all guaranteed James 9/27 FOR RENT OR LEASE.22: mother. Phone 485-1482. 1000. Used Hoover S249.9S. Phone 1-778-3227 .,
or Roy Harvey, 275.2768 In Piano. Easy term. Can be male correctional 'Institution. Strickland corner Morgan DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE acre, pasture or form. Inquire llchg vacuum cleaner. Phone Joe ThchflriNCINOi '
Sanderson. 8/23 Btchg teen 'locally. Writ.: Credit Requirements are ltd. and Hwy 16. TFchg remodeled 3'/R 2 both at While's Trailer 964-8472. 'Itpd 9/27 All kind, hog :
10/11., Manager, P.O. Box 207 high school diploma or MODELING AND ADCNTIONSi home with fireplace Pork SR 16 and 225. 9/13 927HELP MERCURY 9.8 outboard wire welded wire, barbwire

DOZIER OR DRACLINI work. Carlyle It. 62231. 9/24 Florida GED. three year*of foul' Framing. CH/A. dlthwother. ..,pet 10/4 motor, 1979 model I. used wood chain "link: !

All kinds. Grading 3tchg 10/11. clerical experience two of Free estimates Phone S4B.OOO, Call, -collect. THREE BEDROOM TRAILERS 10 hours. New condition. free estimates MANNING

drainaga. clearing or lish SEWING Machine "Singer which must be In receiving 964.MIS. '/!3 etchg 10/4 Hunter Reel' Estate $125 month. Phone WANTEDDINING $675. Phone 9646065. Itpd FENCE CO.. 473-4822. :. .' .
pond work don. Golden Touch and Sew". storing shipping and SUBCONTRACTOR DESIRES Realtor MIS 72S-56S6. 964.6112.9/20 TFchg. 9/27 Keystone. TFchg ;
by contract On. of Singer lines ilgsag. Issuing store and/or framing and trim work. ON HAMPTON LAKES Furnished ROOM HELP GARAGE SALE 3 families ALUMINUM PLATES Used
by the hour. Fraeestimates. Itchg 9/27
or Makes buttonholes laboratory Item Salary ,Can supply local THREE BEDROOM and mobile home with 2 WANTED Apply 'In person. toys, maternity clothe.. newspaper plates 23
Dwight blind hems, reference Reliable Paul' /HOME BR. $200 per month Includes Norman baby clothes, and lots 5/8.3o". 25 cents oach. J
Williams. 496-2968 after 7p.m. monograms range.S7.187.20S11.90I.60: one bedroom cottage on I Restaurant,
has Framing P.O. Bon 983. hooting. Phone more. Saturday.Sept. 29 B BRADFORD COUNTY
automatic button
8/23 TFN. push an- Waldo. Fla.9/20 2tpd 9/27.
acre SR 100 midway between "
bobbins, etc. Sold newov.r nuolly. Applicant should Srarke. Phone V64-80I9. 168.1717.9/20 2tpd 9/27. AMBITIOUS COUPLE wen- a.m. to 3 p.m. 656 W. TELEGRAPH 964 6305.
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTShas Sterke andKeystone.
10/11. KITCHENSTTSSi One BR Madison St. 9/27
9/204fchg Itchg TFchg
$400. Eolonc.1117.10or apply to Personnel, Union ting to earn extra Income
openings for three Correctional Institution P. OFFICE MACHINE REPAIR Good business apartments, pool', TV, AC, MEAT SUCER FOR SALE ROUND BALE OP HAViFroth
tim., from home.Phone
SIO part-
month. Coll
p.opl. 3 hours per day. per O. Box 221 Raliord Phone 9646502. Slarke 'location See sign at utilities Included. Totally 964-8719.9/27 Blalecks Meat Market, cut. SIS ooch.: 80 .
$20 par day. Call 752.2650 credit manager, collect at Florida 32083. pickup and delivery. 9/20 Ourden's Cordon Center, furnished Weekly monthly 10/11 4tclig 9646725. 'Itchg 9/27 Wood. Brooders, SIO ooch.ono .

or 752,8..71.27 2tchg 376-4467.2lchg 9/27 "An Equal' 4tpd 1011.IIADflOID llchg 9/27 > ''Ioi"J rate TEMPLE MOTEL BRANOUS BUtlt .12 mas, or all. Phone 7823140.TFchg ..
.. ((904)431.1212.) T V TECHNICIAN porl-Ilm.
10' ,10/4. Opportunity Employer/Af SEPTIC TANK THREE BEDROOM; 1'% both 880 N. Temple Ave.. or full-time. Prefer semi- old. Shorthorn cow. Phone
REDUCE SAFE FAST with foO" /firmative Action SERVICE Bradford' residential brick home, utility/car Starke. Phone 964-7337, retired. Must have ex 964.1682 after 7:30: p.m. TOO WET TO HANG WASH I
GoBese Tablets E-Vap Grind Opening Employer" Itchg' 9/27. pump-out S4S. Commercial port near Stark. Country 9/20 TFchg. perience. Flexible hours Itchg 9/27 Buy a General Electric ; ;
"water pills." Andr.w. Special. and Industrial. Fully Club. Well kept (own. Ideal MOBILE HOMEl $135 month. Phone 475-1241.9/27 2tchg OAS NEATER Evans just dryer on sale for S249. I:
Drugs 225 W. Main St.. et lelle's CETA Vocational licensed. Phone 'for young couple or Phone 964.1285 for more 10/4 like new. for mobile homo. SAWYER-SLADE GAS B APPLIANCE ,.. \
lake Butler' 9/27 Oct.4.S B 6 Information. 9/27 Phone 964-7425. Madison 1
2tchg Counselor/Job Developer' 064-8121. TFchg retiree Immaculate, Itchg WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU TFchg 332 W.
10/4. Salary $8979.98 annually. .LUZIIR PIRSONALIZIDCOSMITICSI almost MOW 30000. ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED II you would like to earn KLUTTZ BROS. PIANO St.. Starko. 964-7701, "Itchg E 1
PAINTING CLASSES Tole WANTEDOLD Consultant apartment. $100 month Upright very good condition. 9/27
Requlrments ore 2 to 4 Phone 964-9756 or extra money working lull ;
Barbara Poston. 473-3732. Phone 9646201. Itchg 9/27 $500. Phone 782-3415
Pointing year training and /or experience 9647050. Marvin Brown. or part-time selling Stanley
classes starting October 16 In Business Administration Free: Christmas Special NICELY FURNISHED one Home Product close 'to alter 6 p.m. Itpd 9/27 Free estimate 7
PICTURES OF Hiram K. TFchg .
9/27 duplex Go,
at 7:30: p.m. Call 496-2444, with come experience Catalog. Itchg home. Please call 752-2650
Robert or (K.) Honorme
Watch For Our light, water furnished. Buy a General Electric
Shirl.y Glover llpd 9/27. Richard Robert (Rene). In Counseling.Work for more Information. MOW'LAWNS
sole for $249.
Contact Isolo R. Sowed with .Igibl. applicant 2tpd 10/4 TRIM
and driveway. Will SAWYER-SIADE
1535 Porrlsh Place, to ossit them In HOMESFOR Specie CETA POSITIONS Applications .
learning job skills,obtaining et lelle's be available Saturday morning. will be token from PLIANCE. 332 W. Madison EDGE SIDEWALKS :
INSURANCEMAINES Jacksonville, FL. 32205.
llchg 9/20. employment Information SALE Oct.4.5 E* Inquire Ava.603 Phone E.Washington 9/27 to 10/12/79 for the St.927WATSON'1. Storfca. 9647701. Itchg LANDSCAPE is I

.Interviews and refer following Police I
> position:
INSURANCE AGF.N- J raJt.ta.d.PIgymens.Nov.autemobll. .i 964.516TFc ...i Olfler .MaintenanceCustodian ., NOUn OP c.II u. 1.NICKS 1.
CTI 160 S. Lake Av., LakeButler. LOST evliieig ,and Valid MOSIta MOMUs Why paymore 'CARS 'SMALL 'COTTA l? \I,;' Mechanic VACUUMS Many brands '
? Buy direct from foe- :
nished. 539 W. Coll St.
496-3978. CompleteInsurance of Used
Florida driver license. helper, laborer new
election of 24,
Service.' TFN lory. Large TRUCKS Phone 9644491. Ikhg 9/27 machine available.' Part
LOSTi Between Lake Butler Must be a Union County 14. 12 wide. COMMUNITY maintenance, laborer
8 Ona TWO 2-BEDROOM 1 bath Vocational Aide Groundsperson. and accessories for all/
and Lake City. Sept. : resident. Submit application LAWN SERVICE
MOBILE HOMES SALES. US furnished mobile homes
EVERYONE IS INSURABLEt lemon and while walkerhound. to: Suwannee River 1977 MALIBU CLASSICS excellent on Sign Shop Ailstant. vacuum systems.", 404 NW
Immediate coverage by No. 12 on both Economic Council Inc., 301 North. Open 9 to dusk condition. New Silver Lake Phone Secretary Clerk 10th Ave.. Gainesville,
phon. JOE USHERAGENCY4962I26 lido J on each: hip. If P.O. Box 70 Live Oak 1 to 6 Sunday Phone tires, new battery one .73.401..9/27 2tchg 10/4 Typist I; Personnel. phone 3767110. TFchgMIKE'S 782-3354 .
or seen call Bobby Jones col. Florida 32060. ATTENTION: 9648741. TFchg owner. Also, 15 It. boat THREI ROOM furnished Technical Assl.tanApply
496-2903.TFN lect. l-485-1537.9/272tchg Personnel. Itchg 9/27. FOUR BEDROOM two bath motor and trailer. Phone apartment Newly at Fla. Stat. Employment
10/4. homo, walking I distance to 468-2895 alter 6 p.m. or decorated. OH street pork. Service, 209 W. Call SStark. /.. I
school Broadway Street anytime weekends. .Itpd Ing. No children No Pet*. .. llchg 9/27
Watch For Our lOSTl At lulu Field Trials, FOR SALECUSTOM Only $1100 dawn 9/27 Apply 403 Walnut St. or Manager TraineesFastest ;

Grand Opening lemon and white gyp. No. HOMEBY payment*, under call 964-8498. TFchg .
1947 FORD F-10016, Cyl.. TWO BEDROOM mobile k
Specials 201 on side. H found or OWNER $25Omanth.0 Bob
FOR SALECHAIN Growing Retail Chain In Florida.
Included. New
IWB. Topper
at L.IIa'sOct. seen, phone ..73.3..34.9262tpet homes, convenient to
Harris or sticker $800. Call(
10/ Inspection hopping center No
4,516MUST -4 Bedroom .73-3133.9/6 Stcbg 10/11 964-7166 anytime fin 927. children or pet. Phone LINK PENCE Immediate Openings. Top Pay Top Benefits.
.3 Bath STATE ROAD 14 West One 964-8810. Itpd 9/27 material.' Da It yourself .
FOR RENT .Dressing Room acre estate, 3 BR, 2 bath*, 197S 'A ton PICKUPl with MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE and sava. Installation Apply In Person At
'Formal living Room. topper, new rubber, Only
fireplace' reasonable HOME PARK mobile home available. Free estimates,
SELL -Game Room with IslandBar. terms Phone 964-5533. 10.000 mile on engine and HandyMan Fence Co. 312 West Madison. St. Starke Fla,
Immediate delivery lIQUidation' MOBILE HOMB:2 BR., lur Best Offer Phone spaces lor rent Phone ,
all neN an steel uLidmiis rushed on large lot. Call largo Inside laundry Bob Harris. 9/6 4tchg 9/27 4737046. 9/20 3tchg 9/27. 4682912. TFchg 964-8339. TFchgDO
40 72 x 14 $2 46 per Sq H 496-3798 otter S p.m. 9/13 Room. Ins DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE 1971 BUCK good condition. BUILOfNO AVAILABLE October DROP Bargain Heusei
60 x 108 x IS 52 38 per iq ft TFN 'Central Heat/Air. HOMtl 24x70, must move. Nearly new II.... 500. 1. 210 E. Call St., US 301 South. We buy and. E3IEAGLE] [

Call Collect 1-904-389-4939 -Custom draperies, w/w Assume payment, no Phone 7823762. TFchg. Phone 964-7652 or Inquireat sell used furniture. Phone
Century. Steel Buildings i J. WILSONCommercial carpeting. Situated on equity Inquire at 524"N. 1975 DODGE DARTiCT.OOO address. Itchg 9/27 964-6740. 9 to 5
Lak. Butler Walnut St., Starke. 9/13 TWO BEDROOM MOBILE Mon.-Thu.*.. 9 to 6 Fri.and I
Seal Coating One acre In mile. AC, ,radio AT, new
and 3tchg 9/27 HOME C/A. gas heat lit Sot. 3/1 TFchg
ALL Tvn ROOF Kir-Am Custom designed lire 1950. Phone
MARY KAY HOT APPLICANT O built In 1976. ONI YEAR OLD HOUSE with 9646305. John Miller TFpd and last month plus SEWING I MACHINI "Singer

ASPHALT PATCHINO $97,500 FIRM 3 BR. 2 bath; deck, 1977 FORD PICK.UhF-I50. deposit. Adults only. no Golden' Touch and Sew"One HEED HELP? :
Phone 782.3415 for
COSMETICSLouise 430 S.W.I 11th St. energy taver*. 9.2 acre reg. go.AT. PS PB.erttro/ pet of Singer finest slgtag. ,
CuarentedTelephone 927MISCELLANEOUS
An Work
Starling >CaIl..963223."pet Pond. posture electric' clean. 13995. ADAMS appt. Itpd Make buttonhole' '

19041 782.3991. 9/27. fence. Sale price $39,000. AUTO SALES. Keystone blind hem, monograms, Need Extra Money. ? '; { :
Evening 473-3092 Or rent for $300 monthly. 473-4470. Itchg 9/27 ho automatic push button 5' .

Keystone Height' Phone 944-6741. Itchg 9/27 1976 PACIRi AT. AC. PS.PB. bobbins, etc. Sold now Need To Reduce Your Monthly Payments? s ;
1974 12d. ChampionTrellert $2.450. ,ADAMS AUTO Balance
Stereos WATERS aver$400. $117.10
Phone 782.3159 SALES Keystone, FREI PASTURE LAND for er $10 month. Call : ., t
,HELPWANTEDMEDICAL Phono Needles BULLDOZING after S p.m. Itchg 9/27 473-4470., Itchg 9/27' repair ol lance.. Goodpo.tuo. credit manager collect at Call Now : ,
197 FORD FAIRMONT 6 Phone 964-8854
Records Tapes HOMKTTI MOBILE HOMIt cylinder.'AC. AT, PS. like. for "oll.20 904 376 4467. 2tchg 9/27 j
TECHNICIAN *BuHdozecWort& 12x44. Contact Carl 2tchg 104. DYER MORTGAGE SERVICE

Career Service positions Serta'MattressesCase Large or Small McKinley P. O. Ban '45.lawtey : ,AUTO n.w. S4.995.SALES. ; Keystone ADAMS, '9/27. 1 I I Used Service StationBreaee 473-7087 Or 473.7088
located all male correctional II 7
of Requirements *Lard Fill 32058. Itpd 9/27 473-4470 Itch, 9/27 I t Pump-Geed. Shape .
Institution.are High- KnivesDahmer's I, FOR SALE BY OWNERi BR, 1971 Olds. 1911 Plymouth VACUUM SALE .> $200.964-630 TFN I t j
I bath stucco house.Total !
School Graduate and three PondsWILBUR teflon w... 171i 7
'ly remodeled carpet con. i Rambler.' Your choice Frt( :Sat Sun. i "" """' '

year of paroprolesslonolnursing experience and ,WATERS tral' got heat and laundryroom. S495. ADAMS AUTO I SMALL REPAIR I [W0I1 Drilling;! ,

/or LPN license desired. Inc "44M1B8O $18.500. House will SALES Keystone CRAHDOPEHING HOUSE REPAIRS ROOF REPAIRS, BARNS .' ; 1
be lor' Sunday ''473-4470.-Itchg' 9/27 .
S12.569 Salary range I. S9 Other,667 964.7923 W.Mm eK war. open 1 1-5 p.m Inspection er coil for 1974 DODGE PICKUP Good All Vacuums BUILT; PAINTING. ROOM ADDITIONS, SCREEN 2" Thru 8- i

career service annually.benefit 11O E. Call St. .....,,1$ luo. eppl. SIO '$.. Clolr.' condition. Phone 64-8682 20% Off PORCHES, ETC. Reasonable.Prices.. Fast Rotary,, '
954.5941 HomeTV after 7:30 ,. 9/27
964-3744.; Itpd 9/27 : p."
available. 4s3ya1 .473-2803 P.M.Drilln(1( ( Equipment
1979 TRANS AM Anniversary Ddy After 8 I ;
should applyto :
Applicants [ collector KIRBY'S EUREKA'Sti90VER'S RTATE UCENAFO.
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Roe 221. Ralford. Florida SCR VICE POLESREGISTER take trade. (Phone : 'PUmD.

32083 ((904)) 431-1212. "An Repair 964-7955. Itpd 9/27 A POWER MATE .........,...r..........
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Employer/Affirmative Action Ion, 9239 Name It-1 1 Got It
used for part Rl I, Box 15 '
.,/13) Employer 3tchg 9/27. All Makes. Prompt! Reasonable Service. ? 1. Lawtey (Strawberry>> Canisters From M4MAIYQHS'S Fence Co. SaJP rts-3 rvlce : I
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i. r ... ESSEr0 W, W2 cylinder FORDS, engine 4 door.straight 6 9648559ChilaUak ......... !...........

a Advanced Electronics; Inc. transmission, new point New Place >
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Counter Top* I' WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME GAS AND OIL ladutrial a Resideitial> urranc I:4,

I FREE ,- VA-No'Money Down _. L ......iL: aJ'i1VWffi? (,,PUMP. a SUPPLYIty' : '.

j ESTIMATES 1 FHA-Minlmum. Down Payment re 1TpBottfea I c Now Is The TIme To Save OH and Oaa; This Licensed. C & County COMPANY ,<

AiJGHHJ8HNSOlICO. Conventional Up To 909e Fkunclngp1.4 IP ,, Winter; By Cleaning! And Checking Your :; N. Temple AVe ,

B ', ', I Motor Home Flied Heaters And Furnaces Expert In Stallati0na64 II
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