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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Sweetest Strawberries This, Side of Heaven

100th Year STARKE.FLORIDA IS Cent .
Sad Issue Thursday,July n, 1978 Copy


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The auctioneer leads the way down a'row otnue-curcd During the first three days of the Georgia-Florida "m
tobacco while bidders check the quality. market more than 13.2 million pounds of flue-cured 1 iNl !
The average price per 100 pounds of tobacco was tobacco were sold. '
I114.N. Sales totaled 1385.872 for the 288,043 pounds sold. .,, 'Becoming the first boys Softball allowing just eight hits in the 4-0 win Kitchens both had a pair of hits In the ;
team from Starke to ever take a state over tiatlln Lumber. Gatlin moved a final game. .
title, the Senior Boys went to Ft. runner to third only one time In the The Starke team received
Walton Beach Saturday July 22 and game. individual trophies and an Impressive
ran through four straight wins to learn trophy for their tourney win and
,'annex the state 1 -18 Slow Pitch Boys also dominated the Most Valuable ,
Championship and win a spot In the Starke broke a scoreless In the Player voting. Sullivan got the nod as
dr44v NatlonalChamplonship tourney to be fourth as Jerry Sullivan Bill Goodge MVP after hitting ,700 for the
y played August 11-13 in Sheboygan, and Mike TIllman collected singles In tournament and having the three for
Wisconsin., the inning as the Stars broke on top 2- three game in the final. Kitchens was
su"'k Y 1 0. The last two runs came in the sixth second In the voting with Johnson
rt Head Couch McGrlff is
I 1R Jerry now when Sullivan who went three for third. Kitchens batted fora .600
" working out travel plans in three In the finale, cracked double to average with four Kill's and two
preparation for the national tourney score Kitchens and Itandy Corbin who triples while Johnson hit at a .583 clip
trip; for the excited team. had hit before him.
safely Tillman and with four RBI's.S. .


Team Needs

.,...'' 1I J< The Chamber Traveling of Funds Commerce Is 4 G'ountyRaces Set '
heading up a fund drive to finance the ;
Sr. Boys slow pitch Softball team to
I the National Championship tourney In

Sheboygan, Wise August 11-13. ,
ISO: donations are being requested of
2
100 businesses and individuals being Challenge LawsonA

contacted by Chamber secretary
NSold Kathy Strutb,

ItYoungsterrs The team Is chartering a Grey fourth county political race
'hound bus for the trip. There will be
developed before
Tuesday morning
just
to the highest bidder Mondaywere
several motel stops Involved. goal qualifying ended when Ronnie .' ,
row row of tobacco at the '
a upon 01 13,000 has been set for the fund
Thomas, 33 of Starke and Rev, Lee
Dollar Warehouse In
Big High drive. Any monies left over after the
,
Roy Davis, SI, of Starke added their
help Mary Ella Watterson gather tobacco Tuesday morning Springs. trip will be put In a fund for other such names to the ballot to J.R.(
from the IH acres planted off the Bayless Highways Prices for the first week sales were trips by teams of. the Starke (Jim) Lawson the District oppose 3 school
from As
last of
Friday.
M"_Wattersoa Is only of several tobacco up year. Recreation Department ,board seat I \ n ,
one growers In Bradford County Florida sales sofar this season totaled .. ; t b

, ., making up a t 'Ut of 200 acres..planted. .this year.! County..ylelj. Is expected to t.f lt.272 pound, at an average price ywI' ..", ..: ... ';': ...'. The b'lstrlcf3 grnoolTboard race Is :
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Working In tobacco this year with Mrs. Watterson are BUly'Johnson. compares with .37.TW poandl sat ...}IJ'1' )'ifIf.IiJ,, rlay'tiw'rRtstke"rfni Arthur'; :yRos'rotgmd"be.(!'! ; ; f,
Jpchureh..Cindy Griffith Erie Harden Terry and Timmy Gasklns. Kay Chilly Sonja an average price of $82.S per too was pressed only] once a* they rolled 'oaoe'of iIIn....
and Johnny Colllngsworth. pounds the first week last year. through the double-elimination affair t
without a loss. They nipped S & D
Sports of Jenson Beach .9-8 in their
second round game with their next ,
Tobacco Sales Open StrongerFour closest game a 4-0 championshipgame
win over Gatlin Lumber of Fort
... Walton Beach. rs

of the area's largest tobacco aging $133.71. More than 13.2 million market since 10.14 was Morris Brown la the opening round the Starke .1.
growers were on hand Monday for the pounds of flue-cured tobacco were Sr. who agreed with his son the Stars clubbed Fort Walton's numberone
second day of sales at the Big Dollar sold In three days as the Georgia- market is stronger this year than In team. The Summitt 13-5 as Glenn
Warehouse in High Springs with top ,Florida market got under way. the past several years but common Gnann stroked three hits in four tripe
quality leaves bringing! 155.per 100 tobacco was not bringing what it and Jerry Blalock and Chub Johnson
pounds. As of July 21, Florida sales so far ought too and must be averaged with ripped triples to pace a 19 hit attack. hoard chairman K.W: 1I..I&r.)

In the second day of sales at the this season totaled 1711.272 pounds alan the good grade tobacco. Starke's Senior Boys showed their iluullfloH I'ueixliM morning for. rrrlrrllon -
High Springs market the average average price of $130.65 per 100 Farming between Lake Butler and mettle the second game as they lost (o ItUlrlrl I foiinurmnntiHiion .
price was $13400 per 100 pounds. pounds. This compares with 2,157,150 Brooker Canova Howard agreed a 5-0 lead to S & D and then fought p.*,.
Sales totaled$$385,872 for the 286.043 pounds sold at an average price of labor costs and production costs as back to take a 9-8 win over the District
pounds sold. Markets In Lake City $82.59 per 100 pounds the first week of electricity eat up whatever profits the 4 champs. Starke shutout the Jenson 11.UII'hl li\ox al lUI: )Klortiti'
sold last year. farmer makes. Howard said state and Shah In M.irko. in imMiir' nf St'"
Friday reported 240,803 pounds Beach team over the last two frames
Helhcl Haplfxt Church! and KhvinviTK.ipliHt :
for$324.246,an average of 13465. The Union County farmers have planted federal taxes on tobacco amount to and then scored the winner in the Church unit IN narrator nfI I
about $8 million a Howard, who l
in Live Oak had sales of year. bottom of the last
same day Inning. Blalock
400 of the 410 .
acres acres available I ho :Mount 1'10111.11111. '" Hr\
311,732 pounds for $' 16,828. averjv according to Lavonda Dix Union could has 60 be acres better ofi this tobacco said prices singled to lead the inning off and Davis rim for u Starke any .conned
County ASS director. In Bradford year. moved to third on Mike Kitchens' soul I'.tTO .
in ugdiiwl Hillj i :\ It'II'II"1
An outspoken advocate of farmers ,
double. Randy Corbin then lofted
County Warren Carver ASCS director a fly tI. .lost
rights Bobby Hawkins added that
said all but allotments are plantedfor :ball center field and Blalock taggedup
a total of 200 acres. Carversald the while prices were up this year they and sped home to move the locals Second oloptnrnt on ho ovml\
Bradford County yield should be have not doubled as production costs ;Into the third round. Chuck Colbert political, lI't'nO1'1111 I ho (iiialifu'jiiloiiTuos .
of 400,000 pounds. upwards have over the past three years. j had three hits including a second Hawkins who farms in Bradford j inning homer in the second round win. Nook) =Norman. 4;. If HI> |l.<.... high| ,'
Union and Alachua counties said K.INook) Norman a political resident and of '
mil Snn
There Is speculation this year's way linger >rr
Century 21 of Fort Walton fell 9-1 in
according to a recent USDA survey all was a surprise Slade GIIII of Starke.
crop, based on early indications will newcomer qualifier to challenge pnionsl -
the winner's bracket finals Chub
bring an estimated $180 million to the farm land has doubled in price nation- as Tuesday morning for the District 2 \' ) announced :\1111'1n.. ,Ailknu., i
Johnson
poked three hits In three at "
wide, while farm prices have not and .
tobacco belt. bats and county commission post. 32. Jesse \\otberl. :i2. lor tin
Kitchens busted two triples.
daub ed.While.
District 2 cow.tcommll."I,," seal
/'c. Union county grower Morris Brown the market Is stronger this Johnson who was the winning pitcherIn Thomas .Is Lawson's next door being vacated: l hy Iliorcran( ":
Thursday, July 2 Jr. who has 50 acres of tobacco near year farmers blame less overall all four games allowed only eight commissioner George; ,Holierl*.
neighbor In Southgate subdivision in
J hits against the host team.
said production on the excess rain
Worthington Springs, althoughthe spring
Starke. He Is with his
prices were up from last year so and hall in the Worthington,Springsarea. Johnson and the Stars defense was part owner Talk wall that cither Nook =Normanor ''i
of Thomas Oil
father
BOARDOF were production costs. Coming to theme Just as good, ,In the finals again. : Company. his brother former county .
commissioner J.M. (Uiukt Norman= '
TAX ADJUSTMENT would be sought to run for the lit ricl'
':30a.m. 2 commission scat after Roberta decided I''
County Commission, Commission No '78 Tax Increase not to run again. Nook) !Norman; I
.' Meeting Room Pledges ; showed up Tuesday morning to

I'" : ;" qualify .
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.. '*' Saturday July 10vl As he had stated he would, incumbent I '{

J commissioner E.W Hodges I .'
,, REGISTRATION' Gripes About 'Uncontrollable Expenses'mlllage !qualified Tuesday morning to oppose i
POP WARNER Steve Cardin, 26. and Paul I. Mcng. 57 .

',... t : CheerlsadsrPlaytri . 'In the District 4 HamptonTheressa 'I .
t'at: '.f1'i 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Bradford u county commission appraiser total budget" Is down from up $11.000 from last year and Farnsworth rate recommended by the area.
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'Il. :. In Front of TO&Y made its first approvals on our $2 last year because the staff has been said "I'm not at all sure $30.000' property appraiser for the fiscal year

d',. :{: .It, Al Bradford. .Square. .. million 1978-79 budget requests reduced by one for the 1978-79 fiscal will cover it" down from last year's 7.576 rate Incumbent Arthur Gagkin. 43. '

,h... promised to shave the budget to fit a year."Our. "That's Just another one of those "We're going to operate with this qualified July 18. as he has previously> f'.,
" y.". reduced millage rate and beefed problem Is that before the things we have no control over," reduced millage rate." said announced, to oppose challenger
<.!J .'/f,! ', CAR WASH about "uncontrollable expenditures' commission Is able to work on Its Commissioner George Roberts commission chairman E.\\'. Hodges, Vernon E. Olin 73. for the District 1
:; : ;t. by Ts.nag..Volunteersf at its July 19 budget session. ,budget and set a standard for salary remarked. "We don't know anything "We'll cut the budget accordingly and Lawtey area> school board seat
:" 1'/ :, a.m. Un"! The "uncontrollable expenditures hikes the men under the property about it until they bill us." operate at the recommended rate."
J: A'McDonalcll talked about were things like appraiser have already had their "These things are getting worse and Two school board members Mrs.
Tallahassee approved pay hikes for raises o-k'd by Tallahassee," said worse we have soi much mandated to The General Fund Is $164.000 out of Pat Spengler District 2. and
..r Tuetd.y.AuguI" and local Certified Public Accountant Pat do Is cut balance with the requests totaling '
.. county employees county us that the only thing we can chairman J.T. Parrlsh District got
\ Medicaid bills. Farnsworth Farnsworth Is assisting these local progr.msto pieces,". the $1.108.969 and expected revenue by without an opponent this
STARKE COUNCIL The State Department of Revenue the commission In Its budget work. outgoing commissioner added,; I'm totaling 944213.: The Road and Both are completing their first ytermon
(DOR) approves pay raises for There Is a great deal of variance In glad I'm through with It." Transportation Trust Fund Is the school board. Mrs Spengler
7 p.m.Wadnaday. employees of Bradford ,County's raises requested for 1978-79 and the Steve Cardin. who is running for a balanced at$ 09.912 with the Fine and beat 24-year veteran II.A. Lawson in i

,Aug.2 Property Appraiser, and the commission expressed a desire to be commission seat,was In the audience Forfeiture budget balanced at 1974 to win her District 2seat.Parrlsh ro
commission said the $750 across-the- fair and even about how much of a during the budget session and ,he $320,941.A beat Incumbent Seeber Goodman In
board raises for those employees are raise' all these county employees will suggested the commission turn public couple of budget requests were' 1974 to win his District S school board
out of line with what the county can Bet." against some of the approved at the. meeting. Bradford seat 'I,
COUNTY BUDGET afford to give other Bradford "If we're going the line ,'uncontrollable expenditures.! County Sheriff Dolph Reddlsh'i
Work Sessionv employees. giving 5-7 percent raises its 10to/ "The public Is tax conscious now budget was o-k'd at $284,000. up First primary election Is September ?
> 8 p.m. RoomS "There's no fairness to this thing be awfully tough to cut this budget." and I think you could get them on your $19.413 from 197778. That Included a 5 11. A second primary if needed,will y
.:\Commission Mooting when DOR tells us we have to give the Shuford Mid, 'And If we're giving side and against things like the percent pay hike for employees under'' be held October 5. a Thursday a
property appraiser's people$750 when those kind of raises then everyone property appraiser raises," Cardin Reddish more money for equipment change from the regular Tuesday
I we can only afford to give a 3.5 percent should get the same." said.: than last year but less money for election because of m Jewish holiday ;,
,1 i'm II t (gamntunUg&latr raise to the people who are under The, Medicaid problem revolves'around commmsslon will have to make "expenses other than .. falling Tuesday,
;. our supervision and work In the same the sky-rocketing expenditures cuts somewhere. $184.333 has to be Sheriff Reddish mentioned I the
:. f ,. Bank building doing the tame kind of the county has had to pay for shaved from the General Fund budget possibility of running some patrol Registration boob are open now.
AMWMN Now iinurU Up work," Commissioner Dave Shuford Indigent Farnsworth and County \requests to balance 1978-79 expected cars for three years before trade-in Books will close at 5, p.m. August 12
nowww1derM said.It. Clerk Gib Brown have budgeted,.. : expenditures with expected! revenue. Instead of two years to save money for the first and second primaries, M
Wants/eewe+sgrere. was pointed out that the property 850,000 for Medicaid costs this year. ''Those figures are based on a 7.540 (See!! Page 12J considered as one election.:: '




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Page TELEGRAPH July ,It78MyrticeWilliamsc

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>n, Finis Green

Wed July 15 In HamptonGreen fflte fiiat' i !


son of Mrs. Vivian Casey of '

at Nashville the Hampton,Tenn. on City Saturday HaU. ,July 15, QtaJyt mooSod.l, f :rsitor_ 964-760 ': i t' 'i : .

The was performed by -
ceremony I., N
Rev. G.F. Prevail. 1-- '

The groom was attended by Terry Lynn Andrews, John Schlumpf r fi s

Vogt of lake* City, as best man. !
The bride was attended by her Exchange Vows in Decatur,.Ga ;:;;

sister, Mrs. Charlene Lester, and
Mrs. Teressa Cant sister of the Lynn Rlcharde Andrews, daughter Following the ceremony ii,. a
iy'Mr groom. Mrs. Brenda Jones, sister of of Nina B. Andrew of Decatur, Ga., reception was held! In the rand parlor
the was matron of honor. and ".W. Andrews Ill, of Trenton of the church. The bride cake' was
groom New Jersey, and John Richard l served by Kathy Hall, KarenjStlnneU.
Tha bride wore a floor length silk ; Schlumpf son of Mr. and Mrs. James and Carol Seavey, all of Atlanta., The
gown with lace trim and a diamond Schlumpf of New Canaan, groom's cake was served by Mrs.:Dot
heart pendant, a gift from her Connecticut were united In marriageIn Porch of Keystone Heights and Mrs.
parents. a recent ceremony at the Oak Lillian Bishop of Starke, aunts of the
Grove Methodist Church in Decatur. bride, and Deborah Johns of Starke
A reception was also held In the City I The Reverend James Freeman of cousin. of the bride, The guest book
Hall. Mrs. Marcia Woods served the Evansville Ind. officiated. A was kept by Pamela Merritt of
Mr. and Mr. Finis Green cake and Mrs Annette Vogt served program of nuptial music was presented Clinton, S.C. Assisting at the recep-
the punch. by Mrs Candler Budd, tion were Harriett Bryan of Starke,
Myrtice Williamson daughter of Music was provided by Miss ,,, organist. Betty Merrltt Jacqueline. and Moorer;
Jim The bride escorted the altar both of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Williamson of Deanna Hollis. was to '
Hampton, became the bride of Finis The couple \to residing in Hampton by her uncle, H.A. Bishop, Jr. of The bridegroom's parents hosted
Starke,and presented In marriage by the rehearsal diwier at WCT Peach-
her parents tree In Norcross' for the wedding
11 Teen, Volunteers Planning Trip To Disney WorldAdults Karen Collins of Nashville, Tenn. party, families, and out-of-twon
'L\ ( 5 was the maid of honor and the bride's guests.
attendants were Jan Dehler of Prior to the wedding a round of
The Bradford County Hospital attending will be Mrs. Doris Atlanta, Laura Schlumpf of New parties was given for the couple. Mrs.
Teenage Volunteers will have a carwash Overstreet, Mrs. Patty Ivey, Mrs. i Canaan, Conn and Betty Caldwell of Robert Stinnett hosted the brides-
Saturday, July 29, starting at ,9 Aleta Salyer, Mrs. Barbara Carter ,I Monteagle, Tenn. maids' luncheon at Brannan's,
a.m. at McDonald's parking lot and and Mrs. Susie Lott. ri"
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Robert to St.
Schlumpf of New Canaan, Following a wedding trip
last until they run out of cars. While at Disney World the group .j Conn. served as his brother's best Croix In the Virgin Islands, the couple
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The car wash money will go toward will stay at the Contemporary Hotel man.Groomsmen were Peter VanEysof will live in Nashville, Tenn., where
transportation costa to Disney World where there will be meetings and ,J a, Nashville, Tenn. Mark Heller of Mr. Schlumpf will be engaged in biochemical
to attend the state convention.The social functions with hundreds of III.
Muttoon, and Richard Kubota of research at the Vanderbilt
Volunteers held their monthly Tennage Volunteers from all over the Oakrldge, Tenn. Medical Center.
meeting July 11, at 1 p.m. at the state attending.
Hospital Library. Guest at the The Teenagers would like to
meeting was Mrs. Mildred Frick express their thanks to each lady of Charlotte Whitehead, Franklin DurranceTo
president of the Hospital Auxiliary, the B.C. Auxiliary for their support;
who presented a check for $250 to the for without It they could not attend the Wed- Sept,15
Teenagers from the Auxiliary to help convention. t.I
pay the expenses of four Volunteersand "" Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead of r-
one sponsor to attend the State Randy PikeCelebrates Lake Butler announce the engage-
Teenage Volunteer convention at ment and approaching marriage of
Disney World on September 8 10. their daughter, Charlotte Diane, to l
Chosen to represent Bradford Franklin Forest Durrance of Lake
County by director of nurses Mrs. 5th BirthdayRandy Butler, son of Rev. and Mrs. Clyde F.
Patty Ivey, and Tennage Volunteer, r.u.. Durrance of Jasper.
sponsor Mrs. Doris Overstreet, were Pike celebrated his 5th Miss Whitehead graduated from

Donna Brantley Ann Brooks, Debt birthday Wednesday, July .19, at a .. .., ..,., Bradford High School and Lake City
Overstreet and Cindy Lawson. The party given by his parents Mr. and &' Community College. She Is employedat t 4,
girls chosen were picked according to Mrs. Michael Pike at McDonalds. -' Mr. and Mrs., John Schlumpf Florida Bank at Starke.Mr. .
their accumulated hours and past Helping Randy to celebrate the i> Durrance Is a graduate of
participation In activities within the occasion were Jill Williams, Kelly and Tennessee Temple Christian School,
hospital. Jeffrey Hester, Mikey TlerneYd Little Women Have Daytona Beach Chattanooga, Tenn., attended Trinity
Of the remaining Volunteers six Derick DowdY Michael Baptist College and is employed at
.
girls have chosen to pay their own Stephanie Sheffield.The Outing July 14-16 Container Corp. of America.
way and attend the convention: Lisa youngsters enjoyed games Cassle Riddick, Christie Redding The wedding will take place Sept. 15
Carter Wendi Lloyd, Kelly Slade,Joy cake, hamburgers, French fries and The Little Women's Club of Starke Theresa Hobbs, Sharon Hobbs, at 8 p.m. in the Pine Level Baptist
spent July 14, IS and 16 at the White-,
Bell,Robin Stephens and Doll Waters. cokes during the party hours. Barbara Sarah Church.
hall Inn at Daytona Beach where they Benckowsky, Biggs,
_ J enjoyed a weekend of swimming In Sandra Darley Karen Macy, Rhea II
| Edwards Church Hall' Every Saturday 8:00: P.M. the ocean and pool. Corbitt, Lisa Reddish, Teena Square Dance Classes I
On Friday night they went dancingand Norman, Theresa Gasklns, Vickie
Saturday night they dined at KingArthur' Corbitt, Gladys Ayer, Gail Crawfordand
I [ BINGO .' Roundtable which Is a Darlene Grlffis.Chaperones Being OrganizedSquare Charlotte Whitehead
restaurant on the 29th floor of Peck were Mrs. "Babe Franklin Durrance
.Plaza. Ruth" Riddick Mrs. Jan Corbitt and dance classes for beginning
411 N, Temple Ave Starke. Fla. Attending were Vickie Norman, Mrs. Sylvia Reddish. clusive dancers are in grades being organized.six through 12 In- Charles A. Baldrees

Anyone Interested Is welcome to
JEFFREY-NORMAN WEDDING JULY 29 participate. Meet at the First United Entertain At i
Methodist Church on Walnut street on
Miss Delores Jeffrey 'and ,Eddy Monday, Jutrlltiat: 7 p.m. Rehear 8\\ 44a\ 81tue :
l i i i i; Norm.wUl b*"united In marriage '' 1t Is Important that all members .
J 'b.Satur' : \First United Methodist Church with a with the new calls taught. The callerIs entertained at a dinner' party h i
reception following in the. church Jerry Petrella. Thursday night July 20,at the Starke I I
./ Fellowship Hall For more information contact Verl Golf and Country Club for their son, '
.-A\ All friends and relatives are invitedto Best, 964-8573 or D.W. Whiffen, 964- David, and fiancee, Tammy Lynn
f ,''-- attend. 6311.HunnicuttRountree. Kelly,following the couple's wedding

; : m ;' rehearsal.The 35 .guests which Included the

-' ; Mrs. W.B. Mundy spent the first of two immediate families and wedding
::3(1 : II the week with Mrs. Alma Cox in is Told party were seated at a U-shaped table
Jacksonville. Engagement which had a centerpiece lavendar,
white and blue gladiolus carnationsand
Among those attending the Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Hunnicutt of baby's breath.
I Thornton reunion in Lake Butler on Raiford announce the engagementand During the dinner the bridal couple
Sunday were Mrs. Edna Hart Mrs. approaching marriage of their presented gifts to their attendants.
o' Ella Moody, Mrs. Pearl Colson of daughter Diane E. Hunnicutt, to
Starke, Mrs.Dora Beasley and grand- David M. Rountree of Hampton, son Mrs. Wilson
y v I! rte, children, Cherie and Gregory Ford of of Mr. and Mrs.J.M. Roundtree of Del Jerry
1 a Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Mike May Ray Beach.
and children of Ocala, and Dr. and The date of the 'wedding and Luncheon Honoree
Mrs. Marion Manning and daughterfrom additional details will be announcedat

Clermont. a later date.THE. Mrs. Jerry Wilson was given a surprise -
I birthday luncheon Wednesday,
L 1I11J lt 1II1I1IIILlHn I July 14, by Mrs. J.C. Dukes and Mrs.
R.M. Autry at the home of the latter at
Lr :1 Country Club Estates.
Arrangements of roses were used In
the party rooms for the occasion.
The seven guests were seated at a
S LJ1 STEAKMANDONE table covered with off-white linen
cloth and centered with an arrangement -

r of yellow chrysanthe
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i -i r- ITAG'AIN Kelly Woodham,


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\re t Grayson CasonTo
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rustic oak! c r4- Wed August 5


< v' 4 '- Kelly Woodham, daughter of Mr.
T and Mrs. Thomas E. Woodham of
y' : 1 ;eateS buy Kingsley Lake,,and Grayson Cason,
son of Mrs. Marilyn Cason of Lake
eroiiered. City,will be united in marriage Satur
---- : day, August 5. at 4 p.m. in the Starke
Church: of God, 422 N.St. Clair Street,
,' ) ,>J I with a reception following in the
'L' .. church Fellowship Hall
Beg. 334 SAVE 45' iI7i I All friends and relatives are Invitedto
$ $1 attend.

double dresser, mirror, 2 8 995I

I 4-drawer chest and panel bed, only Dixie Boys Team

This handsome new suite from Florida has a look all its own. ANY WAY Have Party After
It's eclectic not Colonial, not Contemporary not Ranch
\ but instead a touch of each unique! Finished In r YOU Final Game Friday
Rustic Oak. it lends Itself to any decor with at'
quality that's rare and a price that's unbelievably low!' WANT Ityr The Dixie Boys baseball team had a
party Friday night in the recreation
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Matching night stand 49" center following the district

I ... J*; tournament game In Middleburg
where the boys came in second.
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Cake and punch were served to the
coaches, 16 boys and their parents by
I' Mrs. John Ramsey, Mrs. Robert E.
nM1TuR Allen, Jr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson.BIRTHS .

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Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pittman of

(oaaL3]) !? 1f13f3 ((5 son Lake,Charles Butler Wayne announce Pittman the birth, Jr. July of a

24. 1978 at Alachua General Hospital
Call St
434 W.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
StarkeF'Iordsl, Phone 964-5827 ..L 1212.N. Temple Stark 964.6567 Mrs. Don Chitty of Starke. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
I Barney Pittman of Lake,Butter! .



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Undo i
Grlffls know .
People You See Page n

John Allen Row IsEngagement '
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*, ". Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh l Brannen David L. Hodgea and Kenneth D.
I
'' ', attended the 84th wwdHtig g anniversary Chltty of the Gainesville District of
July 17, of Mrs. Brannen'a Liberty National Life Insurance Co.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr and recently attended a meeting at Opry-
S dsk Mr and Mrs Date Sheering of of Mrs. O.C. Wheaton in Winter Park. land,In Nashville. Tenn. Each year
Starke announce the engagement i Attending the barbecue dinner were top Liberty National Agents are
their daughter. Ands GrUTls. to John the Whoaton's eight children three recognized at the annual meeting!'
Allen Rewls.son of Mr. and Mrs. H.Y. sons and five daughters and their which is known. Torch Club. Torch
Rewls of St. Augustine. families. Club qualification is based on sale. .
Ms. Gruel. is a graduate of Brad- and service to policyholders,
ford High School and Is employed at
Sonny's Fat Boy's barbecue.
Mr. Rewis graduated from St.
Augustine High School and served
with the U.S. Marine Corps. He is 1
working at present time for the
ui USPFO for Florida Warehouse at
Camp Blanding for the Florida r
National Guard of which he has been a
member for the last six years.
A wedding date will be announced Linda Grtffls
at a later time.

.....
- -- Is running for

Mr. sad Mrs. RMSC 8. MeRaa Dr. and Mrs J.P. Young of Mac Baldwin returned to North
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Florida Regions I Hospital Monday for STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Mr. and Russell
Mrs. McRae Mr. and Mrs C.G. Hill at Kingsley further observation on his leg which Diet 25-Democrat
Lake. ,underwent surgery last week.

Celebrate 55th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs Charles Parker and Beth Francis, D.J. Riddlck and The Voter of Dlst.25 Dsserve A Better Representation,
family of Miami visited Mrs. Carolyn Tommy Crosby are attending the
Mr. and Mr. Russell S. McRae of Mr. and Mra. Marvin Brown and Redgrave arid family the first of the Lake Yale Music camp this week.
Starke celebrated their 55th wedding Jason, Jennifer and Jody of Starke; week. Political'.Adv.rtH.rn.nl. Paid for By Tom Rly... Campaign Fund
anniversary on Saturday,July 22, eta Miss Joy Barrett of Gainesville, Mrs. ----- ------
family cookout at the borne of their Della Vial of New Orleans La., and i
son and dater-In-law. Mr and Mr.Robert G. Bltgood of Hope Valley 4 itI ,
Mrs. .
Co-hosting the dinner were their two R.I.Mr.. and Mrs. McRae have three I Yi
H
other sons and daughters-in-law Mr. sons Julian Bobby and Jimmy and s
and Mrs. Robert McRae and Mr. and one daughter Mrs Jimmy Clark of
Mrs. James E. McRae all of Starke. Starke who was unable to attend. The m mI
.&
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. McRac also have 12 grandchildren ( :
Robert E. Bltgood, Mr. and Mrs. and great-grandchildren. ,
Jeffrey McRae Mr. and Mrs. RichardP. '
Gnann and Mind, of Theressa. ; Before the dinner hors d'oeuvreswere
Mr. and Mrs. :. Gagnon, and served and the McRaes opened
Misses! Lori and Jennifer Gagnon of their anniversary gifts. 1'
Keystone: Heights; Miss Melissa The dinner consisted of barbecued $1FABRIC SHOPS .
Pinkos of South Attleboro, Mass, whoIs chicken and accompaniments. The
visiting the Gagnons for a month; cake was iced in white and decoratedwith : /
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns, Dr. yellow daisies with the words '
and Mrs. J.E. Denmark and Stacey "Happy 55th Anniversary, Mom and r,;,(
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown and Kim. Dad,' on top. e
Dale, and Kyle, Mrs. Sarah Kurtz After the dinner Mr. and Mrs. select from r '
Mr. Barney McRae Mr. Carl Hunt McRae cut and served the cake. our low



I Nora Ruth Starling ToWedAuaust Kenneth 18 R. Thompson priced fine quality..,


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Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (Dick) '
Starling of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth E. (Buddy) Thompson of DOUBKN
Starke announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter and son, Nora Ruth Starling,
to Kenneth Ray Thompson. .11
The wedding is planned for Friday
August 18, at 7:30: p.m. at First t

Baptist Church in Lawtey. '_ : 100% Polyester. f First
No invitations are being sent but all \
friends and relatives are Invited to quality on full bolts.58/60 92'A7
attend. I inches wide. ego t

1.27 Yd.i .

Class of 1963 .
,,'

Sets Date' For (s J:

*#first': ....r.trHrrjrimmmnmuy.iim:\ i Nora Ruth Starting f JHlmmll/1mnIJlHimllJ.} /


The 1963 graduating class of Bradford Kenneth Thompson :
County High School will hold iU
first class reunion sine graduationJuly e :
.
29, at 7p.m. at the Starke Golf. People You KnowMrs. Gingham Solid Color

and The Country social: hour Club.will begin at 7 p.m. W.T. Jackson Sr. and Mrs. it ? 'ala CHECKS PUSSE
with a program planned by some of EmmaRene Weaver visited Mrs. A.G. |
A semi-
the former classmates.. Loudon. Sr., in Gainesville' Saturdayto
formal dinner will be served at 8 p.m.
Wednesday. 100% Cotton. Machine wash and tumble
for whchich there will be a $W per dry.
charge. At 9 p.m. there will be 65% Fortrel Polyester, 35% Remove promptly, 35/36" wide.
person Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and son.
Cotton. /
dancing and socializing for the class Larry had Sunday dinner guests at Permanent Press.
and their friends. Any friends of the their Crystal, Lake home, Mr. and Great for dresses and tops. f ,
members of the class are Invited to Mrs. Robert White and son, Wesley 44/451 wide. 9 Z Regular 1.19 ,
drop by at this 9 p.m. hour.If Mr and Mrs. Michael White and Miss
you or anyone you know should Karen Powell of Gainesville and Miss J. I
memorabilia from the class Regular1.29J.
have any Cindy Smith of Lawtey. ,
of 1963, please bring these with you. .8.
be returned to by the
will! you
They Mrs.Jose Alvarez and Miss Hannah '' 0
.
Sportswear .
end of the evening.For of Miami and Ricky ?
reservations for the dinner Hayes Yd.
McLaughlin of Lake Butler are guests
contact Mrs. Geraldine Gay
please this week of Mrs. E.W. Hayes at
Lewis.954-7824, at which time she will Lake. SOLIDS
also furnish the address of where you Kingsley I

may send your dinner fee., Mr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson have '.
returned from two weeks vacation ; I
where they attended the Jackson 50% Polyester. 50% Cotton.
PEOPLE:: YOU KNOWMr. family reunion July 14-18 In Qulncey Machine wash and dry, No .. I
111., visited In Plains Ga., Memphis ,Ironing 44/45" wide. 1 PolyesterINTERFACING'
and St. Louis Mo. also
Tenn. They
and Mrs. Douglas Hardy spent visited the Bonnifield f cabin located in .97d
Sunday at Lake Panasooffkee visiting
Burnham.Mrs. a memoral Park In Fairfield Iowa,
her brother James
which was built In the early 1840's and + Now.DENIMS. ,

Robert Tanner of Baldwin where Mr. Jackson's mother Mrs. ,
spent last Friday with her sister Mrs. Margaret Jackson's ancestors were w.
raised. The cabin is considered the
J.H. Fields. Sheer weight polio A must
,oldest house In Iowa. I
for any seamstress! Check
Mr.and Mrs. A.J. Eaves and family
our notions' dept. for all
admittances Bradford your :
Local to
were vacationing in Helen Ga. last l sewing needs. 4
County Hospital this week Include: iCd
'week. from Starke Arl F. Rhoden Mrs. & _ .
Bertha Lang; Mrs. Thelma Ellington, ,
1.69
Regular \
Mr.and Mrl.Wilbur Waters gave a William Flnucan Joseph Glssy, .
going away supper Friday night for Homer Townsend, George Prevail .
their niece. Miss Lori Swartz.Lori returned Ashley E. Brown Sr. and Mrs. Lillie .
to her home in Sarasota Monday Stalvey; Douglas Dohlberg. Mrs. CHAMBRAY t l I )
after an eight weeks visit with her Cauley
Vlvan and John Crews from
grandparenst, Mr. and Mrs. J.L. __ _ _
Lawtey; Mrs. Ollie Rivers from t
t
Waters in Lawtey. Graham; Mrs. Katie Saxon from
Hampton; and Mrs, Mary J. Noble 60" Inches wide. 100'% Cot- r I
W.H. Andrews is a patient In the and Mrs. Eunice Andrews from ton Great for sportswear ,
Gainesville VA Hospital Raiford. Big selection to Rug Bondex") Jean ;I" d

Gina Davis, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. J.M.:.' Vickers of Brunswick. froml YARN PATCHESBlue
Mrs. Randall Davis la in Baptist Ga. was Monday to Wednesday guest choo1se 27
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Memorial treatment.Hospital for observationand of Dr. and Mrs H.H. Adams. Low y

70 yd. skein. 100% Blue denim tron-on
Mr '. L.G. Powell of Starke and Polyester: patches. f fr ft
sisters, Misses Etta and Louise Frlpp 4QQDO ( -4.
of Columbia.S.C. have returned from

three Mrs. Ada weeks Wollenberg visit with In Farmlngton.their sister., J 'iJB( QLa .97 .48PKO r.

Conn. They toured parts of the New
England states .while In the North. FOR .
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THE BRADFORD _
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Starke'ST'lfriJA.II?: I >;,.:

Own ":'.1"v" ". ../ .' roars AOVINTISIO' MSHCHANOISS pouc-Tear'. *. <<" ta. to.!..,. km MtmtiM -,..>....... in .4<4M.i. ....1!, in Cur ....... in .t
PaMlshed every Tbunda1a&t3Sw.CaUltred .... ...... lh. >tf...W..ln ClM<..u_...-...in.r........ th. | | 1 + ,,I')j,
_........,.. May. a. rwcliM M UM MM ...!.. -_ II >..-...ll...., w y- .".".*-...i.M .....11.. '1.." '" "'......"..... al. limilar. .' VISA' f[I '
Starke,Florida 3211 Bakery. \3, .. 'ff ...,........-. w.win 5.Aaaay ....,.... Y.w e..n.r If p.ii a'.-. .......... WitS Y..r.....11.... II..till p...."..Toa y ..... ..... ,,- ... I I' '
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Second Class postage paid Z,. -.... ...Ie. .". ....,. N.. ...v..I1.... :
...,811rlle.Florida --- y Ybwbesbuy j is at TG&.Y. !

tabserlptlo*Rates: 138 East Call St. .

la trade area 117 per Starke f STORE HOURS Mon Wed. .9-8, I'

OotsMe year;94 trade six meats area:M 064-5890 0ID Jll117JIDffi(! (iJJ( Jrn 301 S. Starke Fid" Thur-Sat, :9-6: 'Sunday U.ti', '" '. 'I i

'per yean ...sa six Rlon'''.. '

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BBflBBfll B&BBUHI Land
Years
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A Poor After 31 yean of "running Um." In
to :Pick
Way his survey business, Merrill McMillan
finally has time to run lines of a different : : ,
kind lines between his boat
Lieutenant GovernorsIn and the nearest bunch of bonnets that

might be sheltering big bass that got
away during those busy years when

the veteran Starke surveyor had too _
their scramble to attract Other choices of running mates little time for angling.

blocs of votes some by gubernatorial candidates that
less than Upon his semi-retirement. July l,
seemed something
gubernatorial candidates are McMillan said be would devote his
sacrificing statesmanship and, Impressive included one who Ume to fishing,consultation,and land I
perhaps, even the future of picked a "political chameleon" planning-"in that order."He wasn't I IM

Florida on the altar of "getting who has switched: back and forth lust kidding; and Orange Lake, one ofhis r

elected." between parties apparently for favorite haunts, has been seeing
lots more of him In the past few
reasons of political expediency; weeks.
They are losing sight of or and another who picked female IJ, I

completely ignoring the fact that member who has kept the state When McMillan figuratively folded Ar a

the men and women to whom board on which she served his tripod on July 1, he closed out a i

they hitch their political hopesare embroiled In controversy ever grandfather-grandson relationship '
that spanned 08 years of North
literally only a heart-beat since her election. Florida surveying a joint career

away from the governorship of marked by reliability and accuracy Ins

the State of Florida. There are exceptions of profession too often marked by

course. Candidate Bob Graham careless and costly errors on the part

,. The latest to exhibit this tagged as his running mate a of some pioneer Florida surveyors. 9 .

apparent lack of concern for state senator of some stature; McMillan is ever mindful of the debt I

whose hands will guide the and former Lieutenant-Governor owed to his grandfather '

destiny of the state in the event Jim Williams'decision to team up Edward Lagergren, a nape' of F

of the Governor's death in officeis with Senator Betty Castor of Sweden who came to this Country) In s k : I
who 18fl9 as a lad of,17 a great love of vrN.
Tanzler
Hans .
Mayor gave Tampa has been generally nature, who turned to self-taught ,
his chief reason for selecting a greeted with approval, since his surveying to earn a living while

Cuban-American from Dade choice seemed based on ability as spending his working hours, in the 4 ru

County as his running mate the well as the fact that she Is from great outdoors.

fad that he"brings to the ticket a the vote-rich Tampa-St. Peters- McMlllaa still studies survey field notes
in Attracted to the Starke area in 1879 transcribed by his grandfather, dating back to IS01..
distinct advantage
political burg area. Sen Castor has the Lagergren eked out a living gilding
w A.
that he represents a bloc of over respect of such high calibre picture frames, bookbinding, and ;

300,000 registered voters." If legislators as former House plying the printer's trade with,, the
that is the chief qualification for Speaker Terrell Sessums and newly-formed Starke Telegraph at a cTI At left: Early surveyor II.E. Lagergren. referredto
himself In diaries as a "Two-legged Measuring
ate .
the Governorof princely salary of 17 per .week.
becoming potential Senator Buddy MacKay of Ocala. Worm."
During this time he ordered a copy of ;+
Florida then someone's sense of hers because
Tm an admirer "Gillespie's Land Surveying," boughta
of values, are badly askew. she is a very intelligent and compass from a tramp "who had

thoughtful person," said MacKay.But probably stolen It," and started prac -
This commentary in no way is ticing by following old section lines In
meant to belittle Mr. Manuel"Manola" the vast majority of the woods on Sunday afternoons McMillan passed the state board served several terms on its board of
after to work for Robert M. GOP Candidate
going
using a piece of clothesline for a soon directors. Over the years he has prepared -
Arques, who Tanzler gubernatorial hopefuls seem to
Angas of Jacksonville in October 1939.
chain. He early became a stickler for several professional papers for
picked as his running mate But make their choice on only one accuracy, with his favorite motto doing general engineering surveys, presentation at annual conventions of For .
the only thing offered in the way qualification who can get there being"Be sure you're right and then mostly for government defense work. the FS PL... Congress.
of"qualifications" for the govern- firstest with the mostest votes. be sure you're sure" He left in 1943 to help the Aviation
McMillan values the field notes and
build air in
Engineers strips ,
ship was Tanzler's statement This might be fine in a popularity By 1890 Mr. Lagergren was able to and returned to Angas after Europe his discharge diaries left by his grandfather as his Heard at Rotary

that the Miamian was a real contest but is it any way to run "hang out his shingle"and lay out his In 1945. "meet prized possession: They have
estate and insurance executiveand the State of Florida if the been invaluable to him during: his .
first 80 acres for Jerry M. Johns a Pete Brathwaite (R-Galnesville)
a member of Miami's appointive Governor should happen to die in large Starke landowner. From such Yielding to a yen to. be on his own. with career information as surveyor that, could note him ob- formally announced his Intention to

Civil Service Board. office? humble beginnings was launched a McMillan opened his first survey tained from other source. : seek the 2nd Congressional District
distinguished career that was to office In a small space behind Koch'sDrug any House seat presently held by U.S.
continue until his death in 1938. Store on S. Court Street In the Another prized Inheritance from his Rep. Don Fuqua (D-Altha).
fall of 1947. In the 31 years since that
the woods lore
The High Cost At the age of 12, his grandson began time he has been surveyor for Brad- learned grandfather as a was boy which has stayed "After traveling over 20.000 miles In
I "carrying stakes" during the survey ford County the City of Starke, and with him through the' years. He and around 'the 2nd District since
of Peek's Subdivision at Klngsley several major industrial clients. remembers how Mr.Lagergren would. January" said ,Brathwaite, "'I am

of Casino Gambling Lake, and three years later began In 1975 McMillan was elected as a hide a small coin under a landmark to more convinced than ever that the
"carrying the chain"on many survey Fellow Member of the Florida Societyof make his protege remember trees people are fed up with high taxes
jobs In and around Starke. Professional Land Surveyors in stones, fences or other objects to be soaring/ inflation excess government
and of his referred to later as "witnesses" in regulation and continuing unemployment
McMillan continued to work for his recognition appreciation
A recent poll conducted in season absenteeism increased, "distinguished land surveying. He also learned to love They want them all reduced -
the
grandfather during "Great surveying "
Jacksonville, showed a majority and time payments fell off as Depression" of the 1930S leaving achievements and outstanding nature and wildlife and became and so do I.

I it of voters opposed to casino much as thirty per cent school the nth grade to take a correspondence service to the land surveying profession .convinced that "the only dangerous : : ,}?md.: ,> \f.aH''Y a! tgo '
animal In the woods la manl' Fie has I I'raxes' ii 'tie
The Fellow is
gambling for Florida. course in land membership ( ,Pe..dl..k e J( lI\ ,
Gambling also harms not only surveying. In those,, ddytf 1: the unly., the highest honor giycn by FSPLS and encountered.)i snakes, : wildcatiand ... r. ;
41 ... involved but the requirement fe.taking the- state'board there are less than a dozen recipientsIn even sighted a pentrwniinithe weeds, "cFi'i'ctofanT if. llle pO ejYc Fv@ti PBfrSAq'lf1-q .I.
those directly
In taking this stand Duval the total of but all of them scurried away. If givena
our examination and obtaining a membership board tax cut I advocate would reverse -
neighbors are showing good innocent must suffer also. surveyor's license was three years' approximately. 800 McMillan Is also. a chance, and none showed signs of the 166 percent increase in taxes

judgment, for legalized gambling Especially vulnerable are experience in "responsible! charge. of charter member and one of the viciousness. the people have suffered oven the last
members of the gambler's family, land survey work. "founding fathers" of the society, and "The only animal that bothered me thirteen years. Secondly, such a tax
contributes to crime, disrupts the uut.: .._ __,.. .._ '-_ uln In nfnnntnlf* amiwth
for gambling inevitably creates was skunks, mcmiliflll BtllU u<* III; cut wuuiu aiimuiuicj vt.miuiiiiKI uwiu.
I economy of the state, rather than financial problems, tensions, and recalls the time that a dog and for every ono percent increase In
aiding it, leads to corruption of divisions in the home. As one accompanying him on a survey outing growth there will be a 12 percent In-
government officials, and causes Agents grabbed a skunk from a palmettobush crease in pay for the ,average
suffering to innocent people. member of Gamblers Anonymoussaid County By and started toward McMillan American worker over a ten year
"It is difficult to determine L. with the odoriferous animal In his period. Third an increase .In the

Nevada, considered the whether the gambler or his wife Notebook BobbyTaylor mouth. "The skunk ruined that dog growth rate means more jobs an esti-
but I jumped so high and ran so fast mated four million new, private
is the physically, mentally
of the nation more
gambling capital the end of 1980 And.
that f missed the gas attack he sector jobs by
has a per capita crime rate and emotionally damaged by the" l& laughed finally when Rep. Fuqua had the

double, and a suicide rate triple ravages of a gambling binge. chance to vote for this kind of tax cutback
sometimeseven Asked if he'd ever had any threats last !March he voted no."
the national average. In fact the Innocent persons -
suffer Most tobacco. growers have been yield grades In addition to. quality from irate property owners'objecting
children maimingand
FBI that Nevada has the -
reports pleased with the prices of tobacco at grades in beef cattle and swine to having their homesites surveyedfor A historian by training. Brathwaite
highest crime rate of any city in death when criminal the opening sales this year Looks like producers are receiving a better price possible condemnation, McMillan cited the 19 percent across*.he-board
the U.S. in proportion to size. elements collide in. gambling clean quality tobacco. is bringing top for leaner pork.In pondered a while and said."Only once tax cut enacted during the Kenned
disputes. prices and will be worth the extra most cases, it is easier and more -when the Navy was getting ready to Administration as proof a major tax
Milton R. Wessel, a lawyer effort required to put the better economical to produce a quality build Cecil Field and was condemning cut would boost employment without

who headed a special government Masquerading under the mis tobacco on the market. prodiiu especially If the price is property near Maxvllle. One old Increasing deficit spending "in 1961.
I f organized crime better 19 the producer. It also seems fellow in the Yellow Water sectionsaw two years before the cut. the un
study on half of thesyndicates' leading banner of, "Let's Help There has been a lot of discussion that quantity Increases when quality us working and took his seat in a employment tate was 6.7 percent
declared that fully Florida," the gambling interests this year about whether to harvest the improves. I encourage farmers to front porch rocker with a shotgun three years after the rate was downto
income from are now waging a multi-million first four lugs (bottom leaves) 'or think quality and then quantity. across his lap. "Don't come on my 3,8 percent.. And. Instead of losing
I gambling is earmarked for dollar campaign to collect enough leave them In the field. These leavesare To.' get quality and quantity) property, boys," he said "The $8<> billion from 1964 to 1W,'). as Presi-

protection money paid to police signatures to get the casino generally sandy after curing and producers: need to have a well plannedand /government ain't gonna take my dent Kennedy's advisors expected
and politicians.The Senate Crime issue the November are considered to be the least desirable executed program. In crop land." the tax cut Increased federal revenues
headedby gambling on by tobacco buyers. They : this means selecting the by $54 billion. Moreover 'if Hep
Investigating Committee General Election ballot. usually bring less! money per pound to production soil McMillan said he didn't argue with Fuqua was so. concerned about increasing
best land available testing
the late Sen. Estes Kefauver, the old fellow. but just kept him
the grower than middle or upper stalk liming and fertilization, budget dificits on !March
commented "In states where tobacco,and a good bit of this tobacco. adequate engaged In conversation while a
: With betting on horse racing, proper varieties and good plantingand 15th. when he voted against the 30 percent
is illegal, this alliance of ends up in stabilization warehouses.I'm fellow surveyor slipped around In tax cut why didn't he vote for the.
gambling dog racing, bingo and jai alai already growing practices.Soil back of the house and ran the
gamblers gangsters, and legalized in Florida, glad the decision on whether or testing is one Important necessary! lines. "I hated to do It. but balanced budget amendmend to thisyear's
resolution when
will yield to the not to harvest and market the lower production: tool that has not been used had to that budget It was
government of casino gambling will we get survey one way or
opponents offered 10th? Instead his
on May was
to its fullest extent in out area even :
and leaves has been left to the another and that
of up shotgun looked
spotlight publicity have an uphill battle to keep the Individual tobacco He though we encourage It constantly I :me of 29 votes that, if switched.could
he
pressure of public opinion, but issue off the ballot or defeat it if decide which Is best grower.for his must own have said many times that a farmer awfully uninviting, grinned. lave resulted in a major victory for'

where gambling receives a cloak it is finally presented to the farming program in the long run. He shouldn't plant a crop or apply a Soon after opening his survey officein :iscal responsibility."
of respectability through voters.In should also consider the overall fertilizer without a soil test. Starke, McMillan met a "Georgia Brathwaite 34. is a graduate of the
legalization, there is no weapon market picture and be willing to A soil lest will reveal what plant gal" Hanson Rogers, who was University of Florida having received
supply the kind of tobacco that In nutrients are already available in the visiting friends on Little Lake Santa a Master's degree in history In
be used to keep is
which
can have the
this fight they demand. soil. Since research has told us what' Fe one of his favorite fishing spots 1971. Subsequently! he served three
gamblers and their money out of support of Governor Askew whois I would like to' see.,more cases of .the crop requirements are. It Is a They were married in March of 1949 years as chief research assistant to
politics." openly campaigning against where quality farm products would simple matter to determine what lime and have two daughters. Hjalmar Sen. Edward Gurney (R-Fla.) and
casino gambling, saying it will bring substantially higher prices than 'and fertilizer needs to be applied to (named for her grandfather), who Is three more years as chief legislative
the nutrients for in dental office in Starke assistant to' Rep.. Philip Crane (R-
Most successful efforts to from the inferior products. There are many provide necessary employed a ;
drain, resources areas where certain commodities are the plant to' make proper growth and and Rebecca, now Mrs. Jim Bacchus III). He has been a resident of
from
eliminate criminal
gambling com economy, attract sold by the unit with very little price development of Tallahassee. Gainesville since 1967.
munities have been led by elements to the state and resultin differential for quality. One exampleIs This Is the best time of year to get a --- ...-
business and labor leaders, who "smaller pay checks, larger hay.I have seen top quality hay sell soil test for winter and spring crops.' '

\ realize that gambling is bad for welfare rolls broken homes, and for thesame price per ton (or bale) as We have the soil bags and some soil FORESTRY IN BRADFORD COUNTY
the economy diverting purchasing broken dreams. other hay that had no feed value at all. tubes available In our office and the I
for soil sampling Is simple by Hank Cochran:
from This happens also In other crops like procedure .
; lob
f power grain and other feeds. and easy. Don't plant your next crop ,
/ producing industries. Along withan Florida has its future made ...: There are indications though that without a soil test. Call us at 964-6280 Adopt an Old Idea .

increase in gambling goes an the brightest future of any statein conditions are Improving In this area. Extension 209 if you have questions or day Just think of the effect a tree will
increase in unpaid bills, the nation. Why should it, Buyers and users are becoming more,. are interested in our soil testing when Our forefathers had the right idea have on water standing In your yard
they trees to their
+ embezzlement bankruptcy, and gamble with this future by inviting aware of quality. We are now using. program.. homes cool planted in the summer and help warmIn following a heavy thundershower.

absenteeism from work. casino gambling in the t the winter. In.the winter the trees drop their
leaves and allow the warming effects
Gambling centers often have hope of getting some easy money
modern of to through. Wind-
the sun come
With the advent of heating
difficulty in attracting large for its schools?- a hope that will and air conditioning, a lot of the "old breaks of evergreens on the north and
f. industries, and industry is one of never be realized judging from PRI4/ j BRaoroaa' ways" were discarded. But the high west sides of a house serve to breakup
I the things that Florida needs the experience of other states p flpTyo cost of energy today has people cold winter winds. It takes twice as
most. that have fallen for this false line 1 searching for ways to trim ,their much fuel to heat a house at an outside -
safe e tirapi4TiotI utility bills. temperature of 32-degrees F.
: f of propaganda only way with a wind of 12 miles per hour as It
The manager of one of Los to protect our future, without Perhaps we should take a tip from does for the same temperatures with
Angeles' largest departmentstores taking a gamble, is to defeat our grandparents. Let nature do whatit wind at 3 miles per hour .

reported that receipts of casino gambling before or after it BOB' Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER did for centuries before technology Windbreaks do their' best job If
finally delivered us from the discomforts
bad checks doubled during racing reaches the ballot. ., growing a distance fromthe house
Publishers of our climate.
that Is equal to about 114\ to' 2'A1 times
Shade trees planted around a house, the height of the structure they're
Published each and entered as second Class Matter
Thursday provides cooling shade during the protecting. Reliable tests have shown
s ---"_ at the Post Office at Starke;f la.under Act of March 3, 1819. summer. They also give off coollI'lQ'"apor a windbreak of trees:, which
through transpiration One diminishes the impact of a winter
Subscription area '4 six months.
rate In trade 7 per year substantial
study published by the U.b. Department wind Is going to make a
pratidsnt to broadcast In a foreign language w.i Outside trade area: '6 Per yean: '4M,Six Months. of the Interior showed that a difference '(up to 30 percent) In,the
The first ***" beech alone in the d fuel needed.
tree heating
standing amount
Franklin ,.... the French Phone 904-6305 Ahirk Florida into
oaNovembar 7a11942ofrom Wnhlngton. D.C. releases 7V100 gallons of water 'So let.nature help you solve your
people the atmosphere during a summer heating and cooling problem.





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Not a single petition to protect certified at 7.174. Property owners ;
111I
J property tax assessments was turned will be paying about $7.50 per each '
I in beta the deadline last week $1,000 of assessed value.
: nuking the annual hearing of the Hampton set the millage rate at {
, Board oT Tax Adjustment set at 9:30 3.23, a quarter of a mill higher than
; ...... !today (Thursday, July 271almpla last year but lower than the 3.271 certified
I formality. by the property appraiser. ,
I The :'Adjustment Board, composedof Lawtey accepted the 3.089 recommended R d M ,
throe county commissioners sod by the appraiser. Last year's
two school members, will meet operating mlllage for Lawtey was .r t rv
I anyway for a few minute to call the 3063.
required, meeting to order and sign The property appraiser certified ,'
papers from the property appraiser's 391 mtuage will bring in the same tJr
I office stating there were no official amount as 3 mills did last year In } II IId
1 tax protes..lUed. Breaker. The town will have to advertise d kr

I One petition was handed out to a to levy 3 mills required by state ;
taxpayer but was never returned to slaw to be eligible for state revenue 4 k2
the appraiser's! office. .haring. 4 M
Certified for Starke was 3.534 mills
Notice I of'value were mailed July 1 Just over the 3.532: mills for the 1977 Ir

on about 800 parcels of land on which operating mill levy. U54lhould bring
the value has been changed due to in $133,209 based on $39,450,35 in :
additions or Improvements to adjusted taxable value. :
I property. Certified for the boatel of public a
I There was no general reevaluationof Instruction was 6.465 mills for the ir
county property in 1978 and has not! general fund generating $883,888 anda t tI
bond issue for .192 mills generating
been one since 1974, said the property
appraiser's office. 26240.
The Board of Adjustment will be In addition property owners will be
composed of county commissioners billed by the tax collector for either .
George Roberts, Dave Shuford and the St. Johns or Suwannee River r '
Maxie Carter and school board Water Management District.
members Arthur Casklns and Vernon The added mlllage will appear on
Pa rm enter.MUlages the bill in the separate breakdown due
which have been certified in March, each portion of the mlllage
to taxing authorities by the office of due the county,school board and"wat MEMBERS OF BHS CLASS OF IMS AT REUNION ri:

the property appraiser, are slightly dls" for the water where district live In the Members of the Class of IN of BradYttrd High attending tIIelr'10tb year' Back rout Ronnie Kirkland Edward -Loper., Wilbur Waters Charles I
higher than the 1977 millage levies because Depending on you night Plen Gnann, Cheryl McRae Gnann.
theStsrke Golf and Country Club la Saturday July 22, were Schaefer Andy Maytoo. ,
county you will be paying an extra reunions! of the Class of ...
the Department of Revenue Dan Daugherty Kay CoUoo Waters Karen Thirty four of the ISO graduates attended the first reunion
i.rJl Wayne Gunter
for each Kneeling
form used requires that millage be .146 mill,about 14 cents $1,000
figured on 95 percent of the actual of property valuation or .298 mills, Pats Keiler. John Warren DellsfWllson VlaLIMartha Dennis SlslzerBsrbsraMcRae t
Denmark Sanderson. Gregory Alvsres.
about 30 cents for each $1,000 of Brown Joyce .
assessment to allow for errors. Next assessed value. Second row Retha MUler Hodges, Patricia Morgan Nesmlth. Lynda Strick 4 Y '

year under a new state law millage The .146 mills will be levied In six land Garllngton, Donna Greene O.... .. Diane Adklnton Williams Roddy "Finally I've found W:
of the
will be 98
actual assessment.figured on percent square miles of Bradford ofXthe Crosby Wanda Lewis Jackson Celia Bryant Lee Linda Crawford Luecklng. .

Mlllage will be levied on taxpayersat strip about one mile wide, north and Mrs. Julie Temples MUler. a MAN-SIZE
100 percent of the taxable value. Keystone Airport to south of Keystone Third rows George Browning. Larry Mercer Randy Jones Leslie Thomas .
Property appraiser Jimmy Alvares on Geneva Lake In the St. Johns Richard Williams Kathy Frees Whltehesd. William Scogglns, Sheryl Derkman Ira t" 'N"
has certified millage and taxable River Water Management District. Allen. Coach David Hurse.
value to the taxing authorities at a Divided Into districts as "per from
figure that will generate the same natural watershed area" the rest of Summer Reading Finishes With WinnlethePoohThe ,,)
miles is in the
amount of revenue as last year. the county's 284 square
The recommended millage for the Suwannee River Water Management '"
should In District and will pay the .298 mills. Library Summer Reading and fossilized bones. After his pre- 1
county is 7.540 that bring
based mill being worth Last year Suwannee River levied 3 Program closes Friday, July 28, with 'sentatlon Harper presented each ; '0''
on a
1073.382
Multi-Media Presentation of participants with three rocks to forma
mills and St. Johns levied .138. a 4
$149,851,689. Last year's millago was "Winnie the Pooh and the Honey mini,rock collection. Hopefully we'll

Tree" followed by watermelon see some new people developing rock ..
Rep. Frank Williams is ParticipantIn served on the lawn following the "collections as a hobby. .J' ""
presentation.The Mrs.Margaret McRae's knack with "
I Bradford County Public paper folding "Origami" produced ':>',
Key House Leadership Conference Library has provided exciting and sail, boats and games while paper You'll be happy with (.he way POWER KING tractor Kan. r ""..."' '
all crafts with Mrs. Norman
varied for children of Joy sent dl. *
programs bigger' tougher jobt Mow fatter with 60" mower,
District 25 Representative to the constituents the kind of political ages to Dig In" this summer. exciting paper creations home with plow till, ....lIdo.., and over 20 attachment, More _... ,.
Florida Legislature Frank Williams i.a action they want, need and deserve. Digologlst Sir Jimmy Peek gave a each child.A power, lower fuel coil with oll-gear drive no fluid '.
in a special July 27. My input at the conference will tour of Egypt to start things off. total of some SOS Bradford County pawn lo... 14 l> IB hp tAUe11CAN .
key participant
Include renewed emphasis on The authenticity of the "Loch Ness children participated In the Summer I '
28 House of Representatives leadership Monster" the Abominable S>now- Heading Programs.The Ecoeery" "
back Into line beforewe
conference at Daytona Beach. bringing taxes Boat 'T. ': I
face a Proposition 13 situation, man" and UFO's were probed film schedule for the month of 1 ,KING
The conference, called by new
stimulating required improvements through the mediums of film. Live August is as follows: .t;
Speaker of the House Hyatt Brown, .
in schools, and making our burrowing animals were guests August 21: Phantom of the Opera
will zero In on the formulation of a coordinated public SUPERIOR TRACTOR CO
criminal code a meaningful weapon In during one exciting program. (Black & White) _
1979 and productive session.program for the discouragement of crime." Rockologist Nick Harper displayed August 28: Horse with Flying Tall .,/ '4. SMI W.rt S.....ttr.e JeckiMvllU. ,tlwMi TIM01l
the legislative
"Hyatt Brown's conference of Williams, now completing his third one of his collections of rocks in- (Color). I,

Democratic leaders at this early term in the Florida Legislature, cluding some terrific Florida rocks RJlII P U-- -1-- _/MarOBYfi.a.artn -, ..
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"will the serves as vice-chairman of the --=-- .-\.u'\
date. said Williams, give ,- -, - :art / 0Ik
Florida lawmaking process an early Finance and Taxation Committee andserves :
"' tut member of the Correcpttens.wHiprobeMwti -. '". pr I1I\tM't\ "'++ i iI
'Jump 'ori ttiaVcan: programming pace Its dllberatfcns"in a 1979' legis'lature >' a .nlfl slhPsroleCommittee. ...' tl'egal'.1* ,;? T

I such a way as to give Florida .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ALACHUA I

, Judge: Melvin Seeks Another Appeal Term CASE COUNTY NO. 78-7-CA ..
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who wish another term of MOORMAN MANUFACTURING
TALLAHASSEE-Appellate Judge appeal o : S
COMPANY an Illinois Corporation,
Woodrow M. Melvin of the First office must seek voter approval
District Court of Appeal here is during the year in which their term Plaintiff
If a majority of those who 11II I
expires.
another term in office under
seeking EDWARDS
JM. EDWARDS end 8 L. ,
within the court's
vote jursldlctlon
the state's merit retention system. his wife, d/bl EDWARD'S DAIRY
Melvin. a circuit court judge In elect to retain the judge, he or she
FARM Defendants
,
Santa Rosa County for more than 20 serves another sixyear.term.. 1'b
before he was elevated to the
years will the NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Melvln's name on
appellate bench in September 1977, ballot In the general appear election this NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, 1e \
submitted his qualifying papers to the November in the :37 North Florida Dotph E. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford
Secretary of State. counties which come under the jurisdiction County, Florida, under and by virtue of a
Under the merit retention system of the First District Court of Write of Execution heretofore Issued out
judges of the state Supreme Court ana of the above-entitled Court In the above
Appeal.
the state's four district courts of
styled cause have levied upon the
following property, situate, lying end
wit being in Bradford County, Florida to- of Whirlpool appliances!

StarkePEOPLE o
That real property identified on ScheduleA
as parcels B, C, D,and E, said parcels v
YOU KNOWFrom tearing, respectively tax parcel numbers ''MATCHING DRYER
and 828. ThIs
( Page :1) 4213 827 4729 property
is owned Jointly by the Defendants

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale returned Mrs. Leo Champion of Starke and except) for parcel B, which is owned by \ :: ::. Electric j
to their home In Humboldt, granddaughter.. Susan Champion of the Defendant B.L. Edwards (a/k/a I 1fleg.229'o
Tenn. Wednesday after ten day's visit Keystone Heights, spent last week in Betty Ann Long Edwards); this said -.' :.' '
with his mother, Mrs. Vergle Barks- Virginia Beach, Va. visiting Lt. and property qualifies for the homestead tax -
dale at Hampton Lake. Mrs. Don Thompson and family. exemption but la not Constitution 1
Homestead for the purposes of this levy I'' -:
Mn.W.H. Hart spent the first of the SCHEDULE A is as follows: ; $ 95.
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams and week with Mr. and Mrs. Mike May PARCEL B: Six acre In Southwest f 199
sons of Ormond Beach are renting one and family in Ocala. corner: of NE 1/4 of SW1/4. bounded u-
of the Sale cottages at Kingsley Lake West by West line of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4.
this week. Mr.and Mrs. Marlie Sanderson and North by State Road S 1C>>A. East by: Oft\1

Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and Mr. daughter are moving this week from private road South by South line of NE Ii i
and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen 2103 Raiford Road to Northwood OaksIn 1/4 of SW 1/4. of Section 31, Township .
and spent Gainesville.Mrs. 6 South, Range 22 East.
Tuesday Wednesday in Athens

Ga. and,vicinity. Owen Alvarez, Jr., Mrs. 6 PARCEL South C Range: All of 21 Section East, lying 36 Township South of 1 : 2 SPEED 3 CYCLE HEAVY DUTY, s

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Ada J. Harper of Starke has been Jimmy Thornton and Mrs. John Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT Fractional .
named to the dean's list of Kinney visited Rev. John StricklandIn W 1/2 thereof lying South of said railroad I
distinguished students at the University a hospital Orlando on Saturday. and LESS AND EXCEPT that part 1" ; $26800
of Richmond for the spring of S112 of SE 1 14 lying West of the East :1' : : f'H-.lry'; SALE gfleg.299" I
semester of 1978. She attends West. Mn. Mattie Miley has returned line of Lake RovwHI.'
hampton College, the women's liberal from Baptist Hospital where she PARCEL D: N 1/2 of N 1/2 of NW 1/4, .
arts' undergraduate division of the underwent hand surgery last week. LESS AND EXCEPT all that pan of NE
University. 1/..of NE 14 of NW 1 14 lying South and 1 i
Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Don East of the center line of Alligator Creek; '
Emory Douglas Eunice of Lawtey Denton and family have moved from a* that pert of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying .
I recently received the Bachelor of Arts Brownlee Road to Keystone Oaks. West of the center: line of Alligator : 30-60-90 .DA, YS SAMEAS CASH |I
degree from Tennessee Temple Creak;all that part of S1/2 of NE 1/4 of
College in Chattanooga, Tenn Emory Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.McAteer- rv 1/4 lying Northerly of the center line I
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cairo,Ga. are guests this week of Mr of Alligator Creek; all that part of S 1/2 ', '
Eunice of Lawtey and Is a graduate of and Mrs. George W. Flynn Jr. .at of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying northerly of, : : \,
Bradford High School. Kingsley Lake. the center: line of Alligator Creek;and all 14 I :: 1 r }r 4 WeNare'InStockTheNer'LeneOfi
that part of the SW 114 of NW 1/4 lying .: I
Mr., and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr. Miss1 Neva Jayne Flynn was in Northerly of the comer Ine of All*nor '
and son, Frank. Ill will return to Tallahassee Sunday to Wednesday attending Creek, al In Section 6, Towns!1,1. 7 i : Refrigerators & Close Out Prices On Window | :' :
their home In Dallas, Texas Saturdayafter early registration at FSU, South Range 22 Eat
two weeks with his parents. Mr. PARCEL E: All that pert of the fractional: ,.
and Mrs. Palmer at Kingsley Lake. 'Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom, Jr; and S 3/4 of NE 114 lying northerly of the Units. f'r 1TER'MS
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Braswell were canter Ins of Alligator Creek and East of 1 Air Conditioning e 1\\

Sand! Fogg, daughter of Mr. and In Sarasota over the weekend attending Lake Rowell; N 1/2 of N 1/2o1 NE 114;
Mrs. Jewett Fogg, underwent brain the annual reunion of the al in Section 1, Township 7 South, '
surgery Tuesday at Presbyterian Florida Trade Mission Group. Range 21 East = TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET : H'l
University Hospital in Pittsburg. Pa. Said lands containing 422 acres, moil
: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Overstreetand or .lass, in Bradford County Fiord are i iI

Mrs. Louie Bell Parks has returned children and Mrs. Annie Over- subject to rights of way for public roads
from two weeks visit with her street returned last Thursday from a and for drainage dtch.:
sons and families, Mr. and Mrs BUI week of camping! in the Blue Ridge as the property of the above-named jStiWjfWv Slade
Parks and Mr. and Mrs. George and Smoky Mountains., defendants and that on the 14th day of ;
Parks in Atlanta and Roswell, Ga. August,'. 1978, si 12;00 o'clock noon at
./ Mrs.Phil Jacobs and sons, Elie and the Bradford County Jail I win offer for
Little Christy Walters of Gainesville Josh of Roslyn Heights N.Y.. Mr. and sale. and sell. to the highest bidder for Center 1 I 1I I,

spent s the weekend with her grand Mrs Fred Thomson and son Todd. cash In hand, the abovedescribedproperty Appliance I .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr. and Henry Thomson of Tallahassee as the property of the said
enjoyed a week's vacation at Kingsley defendants to satisfy aid Execution.: i
Donald McRae and son Bill McRae Lake as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF OF

returned last Thursday from 19 days Womack Miss Lillian Stump and BRADFORD COUNTY,;FLORIDA. 331 ,W;. ,

Jour,of six countries in,Europe. Mrs. John, Griffin. 7/20 4tchg 8/10 'I JI





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I j r 2 Surprise Candidates Develop City Election J.R. (Jim ) Lawson Announces I



JL ;. Dist. 3 Schc ol Board Seat
Bob Milner Seeks For )>
,Two Starke council Incumbent Group S against six year Incumbent
Group I City Post
Charles Schaefer.
In the final
drew opposition two day
; old
before ended at Tuesday Twenty-five year old Robert W. Twenty-five year political newcomer
qualifying noon Starke businessmanJ.R.
35-year-old
(Bob) Milner qualified Monday, July Robert Milner Jr. )J.
providing surprises what had .. Jim Lawson last
( ) qualified
Monday 'for the Group J.
24, for the Group 3 seat now held by qualified
been a dead-quiet off-year city week for the District S
council chairman Harold Starke commission seat presentlyheld to run 2-year
Epps. ,
election. school board spot vacated by retired
Harold EPS-
Milner is an Investigator at Union by L
Veteran educator Ted Oglesby.
55 board member Art Holllday
Correctional Institution. Milner, an Investigator at Union
qualified late Tuesday morning In The Starke native Is running for
Both are newcomers to the political Correctional Institution said be Already
office for the first time but
scene. had an Interest In the open seat political
_
has local civic affairs
been active In
t)>ahtl t IR1 Group 1 councilman Wilbur Waters before being approached by both .
adults and older voters to seek and says: : "'The
Is
19, completing his first term. the young
"Though It would be foolish for me
FLORIDA office.A .
council member to the
only escape to make all kinds of campaign ,

THEATRE without Schaefer opposition.SO, is completing his third strong law and order person, promises to try and win this seat, 4 ,
term. Milner Bald the present and IIfrior"] there la one thing I will promise to the
ft.Walnut voters of Bradford That Is
Call Epps 43, Is completing his second commission has been complacent County.
Starke 084.5451Fri.ThfvTnes. term. Epps has served as council not sought out the opinions of the .w that I will work with Superintendent
--------------- members and with the
citizens "
chairman and since October
mayor and his staff In a dignified and open
1977.Registration books for the first "I have a vital Interest In the future :;I minded manner to try to bring to the
WALTDISNEYl I plan on remaining here people of this county the finest and
and second primaries will be open at of Starke
the supervisor of elections office In permanen Uy and so do the majority ofpeople. most efficient." school systempossible.
PRODUCTIONS' <( the county courthouse until August 12 It la the duty and reaponsioi-
at 5 p.m. The first primary will be lily of the council to make things Bob Milner "I'm a little nervous about runnln r
:: for public office for the first time7Lawson
Sept. S, the second Oct 5. favorable for people who live here and
rnDITffi Registration books will again compatible with their life style "My expertise In collective admitted "but with the encouragement Jim Lawson
I II after the second: primary and open remain Milner who lives on East Call Street. bargaining could be beneficial to both help and backing of the
of fine people of Bradford County I know During the last 10 years Lawson has
and the ,
until Oct. 7 at 5 30 days before Milner Is married to the former Carol the city employees some
-
open the general election p.m. Nov. 7 Hardy. whom have not gotten a fair shake," I can get the job done for the people" been active In civic projects and local
COOXYJ I I) added Milner. Lawson graduated from BUS In 1960 clubs. He has been a member of the
and has also attended numerous Starke Clvltan Club; charter memberof
Is the of
"It responsibility the
Ted Ogleiby Seeks commission to seek out federal Although member of several General Motors schools In 1972 he the Starke Jaycees, serving as
LiiJ[ Groups Seat Revitlllzatlon. of the downtownhas 'occupational and professional was chosen class spokesman at the president 1974.75; member of the
"I feel like can do a good Job. said grants organizations Milner said sincerity National Automobile Dealers Bradford County Fair Association
been talked about for
1CI L 'O.nwrawrwwwti.rr.rw Ted Oglesby as he qualified just before years, but
t dedication and the enhancement of Association School. serving as Chairman of Judges 1975-
rwNww.wD. w the council has taken effort
no to
the noon deadline Tuesday for the the situation and draw Starke Is more Important than what He Is sales manager at Baldwin 78. and for several years he was
Improve
Group 5 Starke commission seat businesses. With the natural organizations he belongs too. "It does Chevrolet Olds.. Inc. In Starke with active in Starke's Little Theatre
presently held by Charles Schaefer. and geographical location resources not have any relevance on the task at whom he has been employed IS'/t group. Lawson Is presently Presidentof
Vocational education' director for we *
Florida Foster Parents
hand he added. the North
WAD'DISIIIDS years.
.iI can draw clean industry without
Bradford and for the Bradford
County
... Association and also has been a
Union Vo-Tech Center for the past 12 pollution and broaden the tax base charter' member of the Starke

years Oglesby said he thinks he has Milner added. E.W. Hodges Qualifies Tues. Police Department,

.tJaJ.... :!.,'Ulill> I I valuable experience to offer to the Milner said while he was In favor of completing the 215 hour Police Stand-
--- people of Starke. the new fire truck for the city the ards Council at the Bradford Union
"1 take the seat real serious I don'ttoy should in the future consider Vo-Tech Center
301 DRIVE IN with a job" said Oglesby, who how council It will pay for such a large Item For Re-election to Dist. 4 Lawson and his wife Linda, have
lives on Bessent Road. before It arrives. He noted a coin- one daughter Elizabeth. He Is a
301 South A political newcomer, Oglesby has cidence of road work talked about for member of the Madison Street Baptistchurch
Incumbent District 4
county
for 20
school
been with the system
Starke 964.7484_ "I have been thinking about the years was completed just prior to reelection commissioner E.W. Hodges, current ;
years
-------- the roads were re-
--- adding
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seat for quite a while and feel chairman of the board qualified
!men
f II SAT topped and Improvement or new Tuesday morning for reelection to .
by like added.I have something to offer Ogles. paving has not been done for years that post. Woman, Killed,

"Slithis"PLUS "I would like to thank the voters of

Bradford County for letting me serve In
as their county commissioner for the .-..-'. Injured

'Crater Lake Monster' ; last four years" Hodges said Tuesday ...........
morning upon adding his name to
oppose challengers Paul Meng and 301 CollisionOne ,
PO
RATED: Steve Cardin for the District .4 J
llamplorumd Theressa area district. Hampton woman was killed
Si
Sun. Mon Tues. : "In this period of time, many things and a second seriously injured Sunday which
? night July 23, when the car in
were accomplished, yet much remains -
I to be done," Hodges continued."In they were passengers pulled onto US-
301 at the accident-plagued Inter-
section with SR-18 south of Starke anda
today's complex times with the collision resulted.
county having to assume more

responsibility such as the ,secondaryroad C Mrs.Dorothy L. Saxon 49. became
4 w system, I feel my experience and .. the sixth traffic fatality of 1978 in
knowledge of county government C Bradford County. Mrs. JoAnn M.
would be an asset to the taxpayers of + Duncan, 42. is listed in serious
"
Bradford County. condition with multiple fractures, according
Hodges 48, lives at Hampton Lake to a spokesman for Shands
and is the owner and operator of the i:1fr sW r J Teaching Hospital in Gainesville.
Starke Paint Center. Hodges retired E.W. Hodges
last year from Suntec Inc., a paint
District 4 Florida Patrol
The Highway
PLUS. manufacturing and wholesale firm Seeks Reflection .. '
bv'
driver
Ford.
,_ L. Ao based in Gainesville with which herasa reported a 1968 ) r
I i-1' > ';*' Howard Clarence Green of Vyaldrfan1the'vehicle
STOIA ROOm employed for 29 years. dance club. Hodges had'also served on in which- tile'toiVOUw mt"H! !!:

lJ I STZVZNS McOOWSAU Hodges also on the board of directors the Bradford hospital board and the were passengers entered US-301 from '
.w Ted Ogleiby pays a $120 qualifying fee to city clerk Merrill Edwards, for the of the North Central Florida Bradford zoning board.. the west into the path of a northboundcar
Group S commission seal challenging Incumbent Charles Schaefer Regional Planning Council and the Hodges is married to the former driven by Troy Dixon Tummond.

president of the Bradford Union Lucy Brooking of Hampton. The 16. of Jacksonville.
Association of Retarded Citizens. He Hodges have three children: Kim
is currently president of the Straw- Hodges Morgan 21, Mark Hodges 22, Green,54, was charged with driving
the Starke and Randy Hodges, 24. without a license and failure to yield
impressed with the feed itself. I'm more berry Swingers, square the right(! of way at an Intersection.: '

9 with the people involved with the Neither Tummond or his passenger.
Race
House
I 1 j'm 3 in District 25 State Ann Tummond, were Injured.

and the selling of the feed: In a Monday July 24, accident
Daryl Norman of Jacksonville was
Casey, Cedartown Georgia District 25 House of Representative Orange Street Fifth Grade Center in charged with careless driving and
St. Augustine.
seat qualifying closed Tuesday at John Crews of Lawtey charged withno
"My partner and I work Jersey noon with Democrats Rep. Frank Republican Howard Dunn a well- driver's license.
t cows and have a milking herd of Williams and Tom Rivers challengedby known returned POW Is presently The FHP reported Crews was
of the North
Republican Howard Dunn. serving as president-elect miles northof
southbound on US-301 two
145. I've been associated with
Florida Council Boy Scouts of
Williams is his fourth
Rep. seeking Starke as Norman was overtakingthe
C# Gold Kist for 20 and have
years term from the district which includes America. Dunn Is a retired colonel vehicle. Norman drove into the
fed Gold Kist feed almost Bradford Clay and part of St Johns from the Marine Air Corps. rear of the Crews vehicle.' Police
exclusively during this time. counties. He is engaged In'' the For the primary election Sept. 12, estimated $25 damage to the Norman
"I'm Impressed with the feed mortgage banking business and Is the books will close Aug. 12 at 5 p.m. vehicle and $300 to the Crews vehicle
rv Itself. I'm more impressed with the Assistant First Vice President of and remain closed until after the first
the people Involved with the Florida Title and Mortgage Co. with primary. The second primary will be Carrol Keith Hall of Green Cove
production and selling of the feed. offices In Orange Park. Oct. S. Registration books will close Springs headed north on SR-225 two
They've been most helpful. Tom Rivers of South Ponte Vedra Oct. 7 at 5 p.m. 30 days before the miles south of SR-200B. reported
"Last winter,for example the Beach is a classroom teacher at the general election Nov. 7. being blinded by headlights of another
vehicleand losing control.The vehicle
men at the FMX were very busy went Into a ditch turned up on the side
because so many people had the 60 Years Of Service To BradfordUnion -Clay/ Residents and slid 216 feet and came to rest on,

same problem we did-not the wheels. '
enough quality forage to keep the Hall was given first aid by the
animals healthy. Still,they found (DeWitt C. Jones rescue unit and released. The FHP
the time to look at my situation estimated $1,200( damage to Hall's
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but they always make me feel that
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July; 27,1171 TELEGRAPH tt4aeer!
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Candidate For Congress Heard at Rotary Bradford Realtors By-Laws 1' $ .

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"Your (axe*today are lab per cent rates to the coat of living Increasingor Okayed By Board :-"
decreasing exemptions: as the cost .
above what you paid In 1965, Pete ",
of living barometer rises or falls.
candidate for
Brathwalta, Republican national
representative the Second Congressional Brathwalte. however, favors a 30 per Y Sro The Bradford Board of Realtors the legal ramifications of and
District, told member of cent across the hoard cut In Incometax sanctioned their by-laws and officers state approval for affiliation of the
the Starke Rotary Club last week. rate, reducing the top level to SO and directors signed their approval, Bradford board. Realitat'on of affiliation
of the local with the state;
per cent, and the around Cecilia group
to Board president
The former chief: research assistant saidtthis according and national organization it.
eight cent He would
to U.S. Senator Ed Gurney (1971-74) per TerwlUeiiar
Brathwalte, who describes himself asa result In more spendable Income anda The group recently met In the approximately two months away,ISleiMn. .
fiscal conservative said the gain In the gross national product, I i Chamber of Commerce Building and TerwlJJear. ,
but warned that unless 1! .. Also discussed at the meeting waathe
this
average tax bill of a U.S. citizen was program voted to assess local dues of 123 peryear
I 1638 In 1966, as compared to $1,_ was criticism tied Into might a balanced be leveled budget,that the realtors.for realtors and f IS for associate listing eventual service goal In of Bradford having a County.multiple,

1 today. without adequate revenue the tax Cut Union County realtors expressed a Delano Thomas, treasurer, was
of this Increase to could be realtor's bout to a steak cookout and covered
l 'Attribute part Inflationary.The desire to loin the local asso
inflation, Brathwalte said only four\ speaker also proposed! that an elation Mrs. Terwlllcgar said dish supper at his home on Kingsley-;,
1 in the 30 overall limit be of Lake July :21. He was assisted. by Mr;
per cent of taxpayers were placed on all types Jesse Wolbert local attorney,
brackets while tax levies to \ the for and Mrs. Jess Wolbert, Cecelia Terr
percent or higher tax prevent shifting discussed In detail plans finalizing and Steve"
Lillian Pearson
! today one-third are In this category. burden of revenue needs from one willegar, t
!:Ass a result" he saidthe Government type of tax to another. He proposed an Simmons. .
I '. has a vested Interest In Inflation, overall limit on all types of tax leviesto M Rev. John Strickland 8- .
reaping the benefit of receiving prevent this alternative. CARD OF THANKSj:::
I higher taxes while we have less to county was founded as the 1
spend.'*. result of a tax revolt," Brathwaite' hl Seriously InjuredIn The family of the late Annie Mae
Solutions to the problem can be said expressing hope that U.S.politicians Morris wish to express their deep:
complex, the speaker said. One can read the message from 1I t. appreciation for the many acta oC:
Skiing.AccidentRev. bereavesmen
Index "loud and clear." sympathy during our recent
method would be to the tax California '
1 n' !. A special thanks to Brother

John Strickland, pastor of Jack Bell Brother Robert Bell Dr;
I Obituaries -.-.-. ..-.. ou'Ky Faith Baptist Church of Lake Butler, Klert Sundusadee, the staff of Brad
remains in serious condition In theIntensive ford and the Archer?:
Funeral
It care unit of Orange Tanner Home. God bless"each .
Wallace I.no.
Mrs.Dorothy Saxon,4t Wallace Anthony Solano, 70, ol Memorial Hospital Orlando after a and every one of you. :'

Mrs. Dorothy Lucille Saxon, 49, 01 Route: Box 68 of Starke, died Thur.. The stained glass windows In the 92-year-old First Presbyterian Church water skiing accident Tuesday, July
Hampton was killed Sunday day morning,July 20, after a short ill create a beautiful Image as sun streaks. through early Tuesday morning. 18, at Camp Stedfast near Ocala The J.H. Morris Family
afternoon, July 23, In an automobile ness. National Forest. z:
accident at the Intersection of US301and ; Born and raised at SL Augustine, Strickland, 30, sustained serious . . .
SR-18 (Hampton Junction). Mr. Solano was the son of the late head Injuries while water skiing In the
Born July 5, 1929, Mrs. Saxon was I a Albert and Mae Watson Solano of SL Church Renovation lake at the camp and hit the dock. He Methodist Youth Activities
lifetime resident of the Hampton Augustine. He lived In SL Augustineand was pulled out of the water and given q' '
area. She was the wife of the late W.A operated a construction company V" mouth-to'mouth resuscitation. -; I
Saxon. until moving to Starke where he was Strickland was transported to a The Methodist youth haven a busy:, 1
Mrs. Saxon was a training employed as supervisor of plumbing county hospital, then a Daytona schedule planned for the comingr '
Instructor at Sunland Training Center for the Florida State Prison lie was a Moving Right Along Beach hospital, and was finally flownto week. 2
In Gainesville. She was a member ol member the .St. Edwards Catholic Orange Memorial Hospital In On Thursday,July 27, the youth wilt; I
the Southslde Baptist Church Ir Church. Orlando where he is In the intensive meet at the church at 8 p.m. to go to.
Gainesville. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Moving and renovation of the 92-: A new 150 lb.Celtic cross was placed care unit. Hope Baptist Church in Theressa:.
Survivors Include one daughter,, Genelve Saunders Solano of Starke; First Presbyterian Church tt the top of the steeple after it was set Strickland's'wife, Jenny, and their where they will challenge Brother Pad
Mrs. Janet Little of Atlanta; a son,, a daughter Mrs. Sandra Bowen year-old on schedule this past atop the church entrance. The iron children, Christy, Cindy Wendy, and Murphy and his youth in a softbalC?
William Saxon of Hampton; a PeariCrtagus continued right fixture will eventually have a with relatives in the
Starke; two sisters; Mrs. with the steeple getting a new spotlight John, are staying game at 7 p.m. 3
brother, Howard Buster) Green ol ,St. Augustine, and Mrs. Lois week and, taking Its position over the put into illuminate it at night Orlando area at the present time.A Both the Junior and Senior Youth-! I
Waldo; :2 sisters, Mrs. Mabel Lee ol Miller,New Symrna Beach; a brother roof to the church. fund has been set up at the groups will hold their meetings
Dunnellon and Mrs. JoAnn Duncan ol Turman Solano, St, Augustine, and entrance The church was moved a half-mile, 'I Farmers & Dealers Bank In Lake Sunday, July 30, at the home of Drew. ,
Hampton, and one grandson: two grandchildren. from Cherry St. to the new location on Butler In the name of John Strickland. and Ada Reddish. The)church van will"?
Funeral services are scheduled for Rosary was recited at 7:15': a.m. Bessent Road last Wednesday, July, Anyone wishing to assist the family leave the church at 6 p.m. sharp for'-
11 a.m. today (Thursday, July 27) Ir Friday night at Archer-Tanner 12:, with P.K. Hunt House Movers of may contribute. those needing a ride. Don't forget'
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel In Starke Funeral Home With Father James Cross City handling the difficult task. .4.i your swim suits.
with Rev. Dan Richardson officiating. Kelly officiating Mass was celebrated The new roof was started for the CARD OF THANKS The Senior Youth group will leave'
Burial will be In Hampton CemeteryW. Saturday at' St the church at S a.m. Monday morning..
at 10 a.m. steeple on Thursday, and by Tuesday. S eY Our heartfelt thanks to all who '
Edwards Catholic Church with Father the plywood base and new black. extended comforting sympathy and July Si, for a week retreat In they::
.Fred Moore,Sr.,T1
James Kelly Heating and Rev. Dave shingles were ready. A 25-ton crane help In our recent sorrow. For the Great Smoky Mountains. Everyone
W. Fred Moore, Sr., 77, of Lawtey Medelras assisting. Burial was at was used this time to life the steepleonto beautiful service, prayers, cards of going on the retreat is requested to:!
died at his home Sunday afternoon, Conner Cemetery with Archer-Tanner the church, since movers wantedto sympathy, floral offerings and food, bring everything they are taking with to
July 23, following a lingering Illness. Funeral Home in charge of arrange be certain that one crane would be we are grateful. them to the church on Sunday so then
Born April 24, 1901 In Pulaski, ments. enough. When the steeple was lifted Special thanks to Dallas Mayo and van can be packed Sunday evening.:
Tenn.,Mr. Moore had lived In Lawteyfor onto the moving truck earlier, two the Archer-Tanner Funeral Home.
72 years. He retired in 1977 as ........ cranes had to be brought In. -The Family of by Don Denton;
manager of the Jacksonville Produce Glen II.Thomas The church Itself will\ also' get a' Joyce Johnson Hicks Youth Dlrectot)
Terminal, Inc. Mr. Moore was a complete overhaul, from Installingnew
member and deacon of the First Glen H. Thomas, SS,. of Hampton wiring and plumbing to patchingup
Baptist Church of Starke. died suddenly at home Friday wall holes and putting on a new
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. afternoon,July 21,of gunshot wounds. roof. Also a new 20 foot addition will ATTENTION -
Mary Boyer Moore; five daughters: Born Nov. 29, 1922 In Graham, Mr. be added to the left side of the chapelto
Mrs. Ernestine Thomas of Live Oak, Thomas was an Army veteran of provide more congregation space.
Mrs. Barbara Casey of Starke, Mrs. World War II. He was a lifelongresident The Presbyterians hired Nils
Ann Andrews of Wildwood Mrs. of Hampton and a member of Schweizer and Associates Inc.:, of CHRISTIAN PARENTSDON'T
Gayle Todor of Orange Park, and the Baptist Church. He worked as a Orlando, to handle the renovation.The .
Mrs. Renee Thompson of Jacksonville truck driver for the City of Gaines- architectural firm Is known for its
; five sons: W.F. Moore,Jr. of ville. work with churches. CHEAT YOUR CHILDREN OUT OF A
Hendersonvllle, N.C.; James H. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs.
Moore of Jacksonville, Charles Moore Catherine M. Thomas, Hampton; a 4 !
of .Lake. City. Michael Moore of son, Raymond Thomas of Archer; two 6OOD.EDUCATIONI' .. .
Lawtev.i" ,and EP..Moore. of daughters: Miss! Katie Ann Thomas I ?w, :., mat, ....,."" n j

.vtile'&otitfqirtsJ! 'David, M&ftfW, : ,an4.l\'UM tfjwty: f(Thomas,*fcothofT( : Enroll Them NOW 'In The I t
, Paul Moore,both of Jacksonville; two Hampton; a brother.Albert Thomasof
sisters: Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards of Hampton, and three sisters: Mrs Marvin Hunt, of P.K' Hunt HouseMovers
Starke and Mrs. Ava Lee Mayo of Mary Jane Jones of Hampton, Mrs. of Cross while guides the in CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
HAMPTON
Tampa and 20 grandchildren. Dolly Manning of Fairbanks, and steeple Into place hanging
Funeral services were held Mrs. Jettle McRae of Tampa. mid-air.
Tuesday afternoon, July 25, In the Graveside funeral services were
First Baptist Church of Starke with held Sunday afternoon, July 23, In said Hampton Christian Academy Offers The Following
Rev.Ben P.Bryant officiating. Burial Santa Fe Cemetery with Rev. Paul Church Elder Guy Andrews

was In Crosby Lake Cemetery under Estes officiating. Burial was under that the entire renovation by mid-October process, 1. 4 Yr. Old Kindergarten 4, Teaching Of Phonics
be
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral should completed
Home of Starke.In Home of Starke. with the entire cost of moving To 12th'Grade
lieu of flowers, the family asks renovation, and new construction 5. Sports Program
be made to the coming! to around 220000.
that donations 2. Individualized TeachingIn
A full house held services this past
American Cancer,Society. Mrs. Pauline K.Torode,88 Sunday in the new Sunday School Our,ACE Program. 6. Qualified Staff i'
The other new building will
Mrs.TommIe Johnson 88 Mrs. Pauline R. Torode 86, of building.house the nursery, kindergarten, and (Accelerated Christian! 7. Bus Service
Mrs. Tommie P. Johnson, 88, a Starke died Sunday morning, July 23, A 25-ton crane made lifting the classes for younger children. Bothnvw Education) I.
former Brooker' resident, died In' the ,Putnam Memorial Nursing newly roofed steeple onto the church a buildings were designed to
Wednesday, July 19, In Miami. Home InPalatka following a lingering little easier than the first attempt to coincide with the appearance of the 3. Speed Reading 8. Day Care 1
Born August 4, 1889 in Brooker illness. lift It. Two crane. were brought In older hurch.
Mrs. Johnson had lived In Miami for Born October 30, 1891 In St. Stare when the moving began when the Andrews also wished to express Call 468-1316 l
over 20 years. The wife of the late Georgia, Mrs. Torode lived in weight of the steeple was under. thanks to City Utilities\ Florida Power
Arvid J. Johnson Mrs.Johnson was a for many years. She was the wife of estimated. and Light Continental Telephone Co., Ronald Glidden B.A., M.A. Administrator .: w -
E. Torode. Mrs. \\1
of the late William and
retired nurse and a member the and all others who provided help '
Baptist faith.Survivors. Torode was a member of the First cooperation In the moving. > a> .,. "
Include a daughter, United Methodist Church, the The Country Parson
Frances Johnson of Miami and four Business and Professional Women'sClub by rank l lurk .1
grandchildren. the Bradford County Cancer I

Funeral services were held Monday Society, and Bradford County Heart Where Con/
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'''morning, July 24, In the New River Fund chapter. mmm
Baptist Church with the pastor Rev. Survivors Include two sons, W.E. : ,
James Countryman, officiating. (Ed) Torode,Jr.,and John A. Torode, Next
Burial was In the New River Ceme- both of Starke; a sister, Mrs. Mamie Send You ;
tery 'under direction of DeWitt C. Oliver of Winter Haven; two brothers antiZack .t
Jones Funeral Home of Starke. John Roberts of Jacksonville
Roberts of Hastings sevengrandchildren ,

children. ana 10. great-grand !I Week ?

First Presbyterian Funeral services were held ,
Tuesday morning.July 25,'In the First \
*! Church tfetvs United Methodist Church with the \
pastor, Rev. George Harper, \,I .
I officiating. Burial was In the family I MOM t
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The Youth Fellowship of the First Kingsley Lake Cemetery. s "
Presbyterian Church attended a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home was in.
weekend retreat at Montgomery charge of arrangements. "'Folk, renurk about beautiful, :
Camp on the Suwannee River near In lieu of flowers,donations may be days only.""il Ihvy've had \omlth..rel1" SEND THE KIDS
Mayo FU. the weekend of July 21 made to the First United Methodist \ ,

through 23. Church.
.The theme of the retreat was "The TO zwcFLLLIEVacationBibleSchool \
Difference of Being a Christian,"with 1 I

'special emphasis on the nine fruits of sumiIepC::I..ranc.I

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the spirit.In '
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addition to Bible study the group ""/, ,
'went' tubing, canoeing and swimming .
in the Suwannee River, and played recreational 24x40 ,
games. 1 24x60 3 Br, 2 Bath

A special Sunday morning devotional Shingle Roof Wood Siding! 2 Br, 2 Bath, : it '
service was led by Joe Webster. Furnished & Carpet 41 1
Janice Jane, Circle Kitchen -,Furnished Carpet it I't I
were
.Those attending
and Larry Saucer, Janet ana\ Alan "3995 ;
Montgomery, Dianne and Betsy 115,695 >- First i

Yawn Mary Ellen Dayan, Joey I 24x60 Baptist \ \
Herres, Buddy Paterson and John 12x65 .
Valens tl. Out of town members and, Great Cathedral Beamed Ceiling .
State 3 Bt- Bath a Yt Fully Furnished
Florida .
from '
coming : J
guests Fully Furnished Deluxe Carpet .
In Tallahassee were Susan Carpet'Throughout Church J
University .
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and Moffatt '. '
and Cindy Edwards .
Williams.\ 17995Several 46.450 S Come Grow With Us! .:I {
>Adults attending were Mrs. Leona .. I


Saucer Webster Montgomery Mrs.Mr., Robert Mr.and and Paterson Mrs.Mrs.David, J.T.Joe Large Selection Other Of Double 12'a V i Vldes 14' Wides To Choose Beginning From At ; July 31 Thru Aug 4. : 1 : '

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Pa.eI TELEGRAPH July 17.It78



I Petition Opposes SR-23O Convenie: Store;;' afz r9rr ,"IS -t



Zoning De.ln vs Issue with 3O-Dav Moratorium

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A 30-day moratorium was voted away from commercialization and begin operating this tan In a MOO Special Use for operating a skate r
Tuesday night' deferring action on re- would like to keep it strictly square toot building with a minimum board park and snack bar. __ .
toning request after a petition containing residential" Bradley said of 16 employee .ff,
2S2 names was presented to Kopelousos' offer to erect a six-foot Also) approved was Garnet Studer's Wiley Langford, threefourthsacres
the County Zoning Board opposing the fence; to screen the convenience store application for rezonlng l.& acres 4V4. ;, one-quarter mile south of
proposed construction of a convenience from residences on two sides, failed to miles south of Starke on the west side Graham on left side of SR-ZIs, from _ _
stor on SR-230 east. appease the opponents. The one-acre of U.S.-301 from open rural to retail open rural to manufacturing tooperate '
site Is at the southwest corner of 230 sales and services. a small precast: products .
Armed with petition containing And 230-A intersection. plant
292 names, John L. Bradley. Jr., a Five new requests for rezoning Dennis II. Smith: 12 acres, 1 mile _
resident of the neighborhood voiced Zoning Board member Art Schultz's were approved to be advertised for northwest of Starke on SR-10. from
strong opposition to the reclassification motion to postpone action on the hearings at the August 29 meeting of RIB to RIC to allow placing of mobile
from residential to neighborhood / matter for 30 days "to examine the the board: home.
business, requested by (Gus neighborhood Impact" and other Paul E.Starling: 35 acres, one mile
Kopelousos, and was backed by factors, received a quick second and east of Starke north of Laura Church Action on a petition by Wayne .
several other property owners, unanimous approval by the board. Road, from residential to open rural. Alldredge for rezoning the present
1ncludlRIIHarry Hatcher, Jr., Sonny William D. Melson: 16 acres, one location of his paint and body shop on Truck Sinks Through PavementTruck
Tenly. and Jean Shadd. All said the Without opposition, approval was mile east of Starke north of Laura SR-16 West was delayed because
proposed convenience store was unnecessary given for Philip A. Savlll's requested Church Road,from residential to open petitioner failed to advertise the driver Roy Synhoff check. the 40.000 pound Redwing tanker as It
to their area, since several rezoning of two acres, south of rural, for purposes of operating a hog hearing. Alldredge, whose presentoperation settles three feet through psvement Bradford Square Friday.July M.
others were located within easy Hampton on SR-323 from agricultureto farrowing house and a feeder pig pea Is "grandfathered In" as a ..Synhofl said he was having trouble with the tractor when he pulled Into the
shopping distance. manufacturing to permit fabrication Thomas J. McDonough: 2V&. acres, non-conforming use In a residentialzone parking lot and as he put the landing gearof the trailer down It sunk through the
of solar energy collectors for three miles south of Starke on west has requested a change from V4 inch asphalt Into sand underneath.
"We built In that location to get water heating units Savlll hopes to side of U.S.-301 from residential to RlC to BA (business automotive). ..It look two wreckers to raise the tanker loaded with liquid alum.


I 14 on Hampton Ballot MayorSummers Withdraws Resignation Rivers Qualifies- For House Seat


Outspoken Hampton resident William Summers announced following the Tom Rivers announces that he has your state representative.. I plan to
UL__ _HLu .n. n "'." '''''''' -; -...= cloning of the qualifying deadline at noon Tuesday that he was withdrawing. his qualified by mail to Tallahassee to bea continue working with you in the
nampion voters Will nave a long resignation as mayor of Hampton. candidate for State Representative, weeks before the election and certainly -
ballot to choose from in the Sept. 12 "There will be no break In continuity of being In charge of the Hampton District 25, which includes Bradford, afterward."
municipal election as 14 people Police Department and also the position of city clerk under my Jurisdiction," Clay, and the northern half of St. "I began my campaign In Bradford
qualified for eight positions before the said Summers by phone from his home Tuesday afternoon. Johns County. County during the fair last March"
noon deadline Tuesday Summers said he had contacted the town attorney Richard. Welty.but did not Upon qualifying Rivers stated, "I Rivers continues, "And I've been
Town marshal David Huber, have a legal opinion yet on the withdrawal. am especially happy to announce to working here several days a week
appointed to the full time position in Summers announced his resignation July 11along with councilmen Ernest my Bradford County friends and ever since. Your friendliness and
June, has now qualified for election, Greene, John Allen, Donald Helle and A.C. Dennison. Helle, Dennison and supporters that I am now- officially support continue to encourage me!"
and will be opposed by former town Summers were not up for re-election in September and their resignations wereto going to be on the September 12 ballot. Rivers is a native of Green Cove
marshal Steve Varnum. This Is the go into effect September 13,the day after the election. As many of you know I've been Clay County. He attended
only city office that carries a one-year The Concerned Citizens are proceeding with a recall petition for Helle and working hard In all of the commu- elementary school Green Cove and
term. Dennison.After signatures are checked Judge Wayne Carlisle will set a date for nities In your county, training for the graduated from Clay County High
Huber,24, Is a former Starke police-- the special recall election.The Judge has 60 days in which to set a date. responsibilities that are before me as School in 1900.
man.

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.I Trailer park owner Pauline Dish-
man qualified for the position of
mayor before the withdrawal of the
resignation of William Summers. (See i

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Dave Huber HOT G OR ASSORTED KRAFT

HAMBURGER CALIFORNIA RAR BUELLB

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Nine candidates are seeking the fiveopen 1$02
council seats. Incumbent council
1J chairman Ted Curtis,the only council
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member who did not resign,U seeking
reelection to a fifth term. .

Paul Nugent, Hank Lott, Jr., .nrwr3 t. .
Charles O. Rowland Wilma Y0l
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McDaniel, Wilton Ozell Hart, Lola Pantry 20ox LOAF t
Williamson. Hilmon Waldron and KING SIZE ,tCALIFORNIA
Leonard Darrah paid qualifying fees _
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Jane Hall of $13 each for the council seats. EAD CANTA'IV1i +
The top two vote getters In the -
council race will win two-year terms
Iris Hart will be opposing Jane Hall and the next three will serve one-year .= OVSN OOID E PEC "VI A a
for the city clerk's position currently terms. ...... .. SOPS ANGEL FOOD 101

held by Mary Lee Allen, who Is not Photographs of other candidateswere BREAD BAR CAKE LARGE
seeking reelection.Ted not available at press time. JUMBO .

LOU t_ 3/1 Flues 69c' 27 SIZE a' '
Schwahn Appointed EACH

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Intake Officer For IIRS PHIDIFULLAPANT uu. NTNV nuomHtAUl ,. ',! FRESH GREEN
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ONSONBREAD POPPY..
Ms. Linda Schwahn of Gainesville ROLLS CUCUMBERS
has been appointed Single Intake /
of District III t... ,
Specialist Health and LOAP PAil 49
Rehabilitative Services effective July
11. SAYE ledh'
District III is composed of Alachua,
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LAWTEYttjr Mrs Battle Parrlsh. and daughter Mrs. Mary Sellers and' grandson?
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Esther Porreca gave the programfrom Pam,of State Farm, visited Mrs. Lc Greg Hyman: Mrs Dole Thornton*
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School the "Women of the Bible," Elisabeth McClellan on Tuesday afternoon.Mr. and Mra. Pierce Crews enjoyed a plo'
10..m.. Worship Services 11 a.m. and namely, Miriam, who was M_' ,Phone 782.3300 Terry and Mrs Jack Brasael, Mrs. nlc lunch at Cypress Picnic Grounds
1 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 sister. Miriam, who waa a strong T.'". Wsinwrlght. Mrs Wilma Wain on Sampson Lake Saturday.
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. leader and at times a rival to MOles, wright Elaine, Mr. and Mrs Wayne Of the
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday later gave her leadership to Moses. Oak Mrs Mamie Lou Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and Wainwright and baby, Irene and Deepest sympathy Mrs Fred
Services 11 The meeting adjourned and waa of Live family, of Eaton Park, a few community Is extended to
School 10 a.m., Worship Mm. Drew spent Joyce Wainwright, all went to Way death of
and the
am. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 closed with a prayer, after which refreshments Reddish Edwards, and daughter Mrs. Tom Casey, of days with their mother, Mrs. Wilma cross Ga., to attend Mrs. Truby Moore and family Sunday due to afternoon.
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 were served by the Starke Mr. and Mrs. David Moore, of Wainwright Walnwrlght's grandduughter'a.. Miss her husband on
hostesses. Todor. Mrs. Pam Tauey and Tracey of Jan Wainwrlgnta wedding on Satur Wilklson, Jr.,
and Mrs. Gayle Donald
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville afternoon
p.m.FAITH HIGHLAND BAPTISTi Sunday were Saturday
BAPTIST Radio Programon School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 of Orange Park. and guests of her mother, Mrs. John day.Mr. and son Hobble,of Jacksonville, their Sue
..' WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday Bible School .m. and 6 pm.. Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges Tye Sr.Deepest. and Mrs. Henry A. Carter and mother Mrs. Medlock, and aunt
Mrs. Jerry and Mra.
and and Mr.
10 a.m.,Worship Services 11 a.m. and Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. family, and Mr. StockCar sympathy of the daughter, of Columbia, S.C. are also of Jacksonville,
the a
attended
6:30: pm., Prayer meeting Glance and family community Is extended to the Torode spending the week with their mother. Charlie Waters, of Lawley enjoyed Donald
Saturday
Races at Lake City on with Mr. and Mrs.
cookout
6:30 relatives due the
Wednesday at : p.m, family and other to Mrs. Floaaie Rosier
LAURA BAPTIST Sunday School night. death of their mother Mrs. Pauline Wllklson Sr., at their home on
10 a.m, Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper and home Saturday afternoon.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Sun visited Torode on Sunday morning( Mr. Lea McClellan returned visited
day School 9:45: a.m., Worship Ser- 7-30: p.m., Prayer meeting daughter Karla of Starke, Mr. and Mrs Casey Dobbs of Sunday from Memorial Hospital, Mr. and Mrs Cecil Hardea of
Carl Prevatt Eloise Vantant
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. their grandmother Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Jacksonville after spending a week their sister Mrs.
Norman on We are happyto
and aunt, Mrs. Truman of their Mr. and Mrs were: Callahan, on Tuesday.
Union 6:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting on guests parents, there.Their visitors on Sunday that she Is much better.
afternoon.
Wednesday at 7:30: p m. MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST Saturday and Arlie Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and report
Guest speaker our church on CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m., Mr. and Mrs Charles Starling of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Knowles and son, Jeff of Hrilbronn Springs, !Mrs.
family were Saturday dinner guesta of Jacksonville Sun- Vicki and Randall of Miss Elizabeth Terry was guest of
Sunday was Missionary Ron Gearia of Worship Services 11 a m. and 7 p.m. Mr. son Scotty were Maxie Reddish.
Starke. Training Union 6 p.m. Prayer their son and daughter-in-law, of day afternoon guests of their grandparents State Farm, Mrs. Ola Starling Mrs. her sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and Mra. Jerre Starling Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs. McClellan'a mother, Mrs. R.II. Futch, Gainesville Thursday to Saturday.
GRACE UNITED METHODIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Sunday Tallahassee and Mrs. Resale Reddish. Mrs Wood Wester was their dinner

Sunday School 9:45: a,m., Worship School 10 a.m., Worship Services Mr.and Mrs. Vernon Teuton and Mrs. W. Shell Suber and son, Shell guest on Thursday
Services 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m., a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Lee, of Little Rock,Ark.,spent and Whit Mrs Barbara Ippolito and Ronald Stephen Cobb, son of Mr. Mrs. Bessie Watts spent law the long and
Donna in
with her son- -
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30: Wednesday at 7 p.m. with their parents Mr. and son Christopher, of Columbia, S.C. and Mrs. Forest Landis, and the late weekend
p.m. on Sunday night; Choir Practice SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAP- a week LomleTeston,and grandmother and Miss Pam Deshene, of Bridgeport James W. Cobb and Miss Catherine daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G.C Stanley,
Wednesday at 7:13: pm. TISTi: Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Mrs. Wordle Melton and uncle Va., were guests of their grandmother : Nuella Jeffers, daughter, of Mr. and of Crescent City.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 .m., BTS V45: Mra. Robert Jeffers, both of Lawtey,
Rev. Don Denton of Starke, was p Harris and other relatives of Mrs. Flossie Rosier riday Mrs
Jonesof
William
guest speaker at the church on p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7p.m. and Saturday. were married Monday evening at 8 Mrs. C.E. Strickland. Chuck
Ocoee.: 19 In the Grace United Gainesville, Miss Elizabeth Terryof
July
Sunday July 23. and Mrs. Fred L. Roberta of pm.
Mr.
Methodist Church. Rev. Will Wright Lawtey, Mrs. Ralph Faichmann
Next Sunday July 30, the pulpit will afternoon
be filled by Rev. Myers of Melro e. PERSONALS Jacksonville of their, were alter Sunday, Mrs John ) Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice anll performed the. ceremony In the pre- and daughter Clara Joy, of Japan and
United Methodist Women met at the Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glance and guests and niece Mr.-and family of Chattanooga, Tenn.,visited sence of relatives and friends Mrs Warren Kelly Steve Futch.
family, of Palatka, were Saturday Sr., and nephew and Harold Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Starke
home of Mrs. Hermie Kelly July 18 John Jr., and family. ,,their parents Mr Mrs.
Mrs. Tye
with Miss Arthurine Blanchard as co- afternoon guests of their brotherinlaw Eunice Wednesday to Friday. Other Mrs. Mary Sellers and Mrs. Onie were Thursday evening dinner guests
hostess. There were ten members and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl Troxell Is caring for her guests during the week were Mr. and Thornton, of Auburndale, and Mrs.Sellers' of their daughter, Mini Eve Futch. I
present. The 'meeting was called to Hodges and family. Mrs. of Jacksonville until I Mrs.Phil Eunice of Graham Mr. and grandson, Greg Hyman, of Vernon (Dick)
Justin Mrs.
order by Mrs. Wilma Wainwright and Mrs L.H. Harper visited her grandson, arrives.Mr. 'Mrs. Ronnie MORley and daughter, of Montgomery, Ala., spent Thursdayuntil Mr. and for their
opened with devotional given by Mrs. mother, Mrs. Carl Prevail and sister, the baby sitter Maxvllle, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Starling attended a reunion Ocala on
brothers and sisters at :
rank. Co a. She read from 1st Samuel Mrs Evelyn Norman on Thursday Eunice. Pierce Crews.
Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. I IMI'
19:40: through 50. She also read from and Mra. Mike Crapse, of
Book "I Believe." She read about Fred Moore during the week were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Joe Smith of Island Grove, Mrs Mary Sellers, Mrs. Onie Sanders and
Starke, were and Mrs. Wendell
Brother Ben Bryant,' pastor of First Thornton, and Mrs. Pierce Crews and
Eddie Cantor whose goal was "Cast brother-in-law and sister Mr. spent Friday afternoon with Mrs.
Church,Starke, Chuck Moore, .their spent Sunday afternoon family attended a surprise birthday
they bread upon the waters and it Baptist Starling and family. Flossie Rosier Greg Hyman
Lake Thomas and Mrs. Charles brother-in isw and slater, party for their sister, Mrs. Karen
shall be returned unto you." Mrs. ,of City, Mrs. Ernestine with their -
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of Davis of Lake City on Sunday I

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by Elizabeth Walker Greater Bethlehem Kreswlll Pleasant Grove United Methodist by Dolores Meaf Amtrak from Oxford. Conn. They are
Phone M4-M83 Baptist Church Each Monday at 7 Church: Every first and second Phone....I/l8 acquiring suntans and enjoyed a day
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. The month. p.m. Tiny Tots rehearse. Each Monday Young Adult Choir rehearse of sightseeing at St. Augustine last
ly meeting of Dell Chapter 168 O.E. S. Tuesday Prayer Meeting. Each at 7 p.m. Every Tuesday Young ?ithitri Seeking Office week.
wUl be held Thursday, July 27, at 7 Wednesday at 8 p.m. the All Male Junior Choir Wednesday 7 pm City Clerk Mary Lee Allen whose Charlie Baker killed a $-'. foot
p.m. All members are Invited to be Chorus rehearses. Thursday! Senior Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7'30 BibleStudy. term of office Is ending this year rattlesnake near his home Tuesday
present for this very Important Choir rehearses and Bible Class. Friday at 8 p.m. the Ushers ", Mrs.Janie Hall and Mrs. evening. U Is now at rest in Fran
announcement at the Masonic Hall on Friday Junior Choir rehearses 8 p.m. anniversary will be held. Everyone IB irl Hart have qualified to vie for that Meng's freezer
Brownlee Street. Saturday dinners will be sold from the Invited to attend. position in Ute :September 12 Primary
The Concerned Citizens of Bradford kitchen. Sunday Is Education Day Marriage announcement Election Hampton Lake
County will meet Thursday July 27, in Sunday School 9-30 a.m. Morning The marriage of Vivian Carl DeSue Mr. William Summers has COII'fatubltloMke1ll
the Day Care Center In RJE Complex Worship II a.m. Dinner will be served to Ronnie Lee Fountain will be held rescinded" his resignation and decidedto Danielle Grlffis. daughter of
All members are invited to be 1230. Evening Worship 6 p.m The August 5 at 1 p.m. at Pleasant Grove fill out his remaining yearns Mayor Cathy and Danny Griff of Graham,
present. public Is invited. United Methodist Church: of Hampton. was baptised ()IJuly IS, at St.
Mt. Morlah United Methodist All friends and relatives are Invited
Those! qualifying for candidates as Edward's Catholic Church. Kev.
The membership drive is on for old Church: Wednesday Choir rehearsaland to at tend.The reception will follow the City Council members areTed Father James Kelly, S.J officiated at
members to renew their membership Bible Study at 7:30: p.m. Sunday ceremony at 415 West Utah Street at Curtis Sr., Leonard Darrah Hank the ceremony.
and for new members to join. This Is School 9'30 a.m. Morning Worship II the home of the bride's mother. 1 Lott. Wilma McDaniel Paul Nugent. Kelll wore a long white christening
community, and we need the help a.m. with the Junior In charge of services CLUB NEWS Jr., Charles Rowland. Hillman E.I. gown presented by her godparents..
of Dinner will be served on the The Willing Workers Club will have Waldron and Lola Williamson.
everyone to make the drive what t it Maureen, and Joseph Taibi.of Astoria.
should be.Bradford. grounds. their anniversary program at Candidates for Marshal are David L.I.. N.Y. who attended with their
County Branch NAACP Macedonia Freewill Baptist Church Huber and Steve Varnum. children. John. Alfonso and Joseph .
will meet Friday. July 28. Instead of Anlloch Missionary Baptist tonight (Thursday, July 27) at 8 p.m. Among those attending the ceremony
July 27 at Greater Bethlehem Freewill Church: Thursday Prayer Meeting The public Is Invited to be present. Incumbent E.W. Hodges Joined were Mrs.) Helen Baker, and
Baptist Church. A very interestedand 7'30 p.m. The Ministers and Deacon Installation Services Robinson 4 Steve Cardin and Paul Meng In the Mr. and Mr and Mrs. J.A. Grlffis.
informative program in planned Union will meet Friday July 28 Jenkins Post 314 installation serviceswill race for District 4 County Com grandparents: also Mr. and Mrs.
for your entertainment through Sunday, July 30, at 7:30: nightly be held August 1 at 7 p.m. at New missioner. These three candidates all Alfonso Taibl. Kclli's great grand-
Bethel Baptist Church Education' 6 reside in the Hampton area. parents. Mr. and Mrs.\; Tona LaMana
Everyone is Invited to the banquet Ml. I'lHgah A.M.E.: Church: Sunday Building. t and children of Tampa were among
sponsored by the NAACP August 26 at School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 The Installation will be carried out out-of-town guests.
the Starke Golf and Country Club. The a.m. All members are asked to by I the District Commander EugenePool A SO foot palm tree gets bulldozed BookmobileAlthough Following the ceremony reception
speaker will be Rev. Thomas DeSue, cooperate with all activities and District president Mrs. to make room for the new 7,200 square the name of Hampton did was hosted at the home of Mr and
pastor at St. Augustine. Rev. DcSueis Sarah Hall/ along with other District foot city hall.Work not appear on the list of Important Mrs. Alfonso Taibi In Graham.
a native of Starke. All members and Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. officers places regularly scheduled for service tasagna. salads, meats, cheeses,
interested friends are Invited to be Church i Sunday School 10 a.m. There will be a Fellowship dinner by the Bradford County Bookmobilein breads and beverages! were served
present Morning Worship II a.m. with the hour before the Installation services. Begun last week's Telegraph. Tuesdays along with ahlte iced cake
missionaries In charge. The speaker Commandor Royal and president from 12-30 until 2-30 p.m. are still the decorated with flowers and
CHURCH ACTIVITIESNew will be Mrs. Juanita Lewis from Allen Chandler are asking all Legionaries days this vehicle visits the Post Office! wording.
Bethel Baptist Church: Rev Chapel Macclenny. All members are members and auxiliary members to On New City Hall parking. The friendly librarian onboard appropriate Linda and Jeffrey Baker observed
L.R. Davis!' pastor! Every Wednesday asked to please cooperate with all nlcase cooperate and be on time. this week was Mrs Audrey Kite their second wedding anniversary on
7'30( p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible activities of the church for success. who willingly assists anyone needing July 16. Congratulations!
Study '- AYwa1. help in finding books. People of all Happy' Birthday to Angela Baker,
The Eastcoast Ministers and New Bethel Baptist Church: at the ages who are bored with long summer daughter of Mr. and !Mrs. Dink Baker
Deacon Union of the Mt. Sinai corner of Keller and Florida Street du>s can relieve the monotony b> \\'oo\\'all two years of age on July 21st!
Missionary Baptist association will and Kbtnezer: llaptUt Church are checking out several Interesting Mr. and Mrs. Handy Scoggin and
convene at Antioch Baptist Church. having a combined vacation bible books each weekt daughter. April, returned home
Starke Rev. Dennis Strong pastor, on school from August( 14 -18 at 5 p.m. to Tuesday' from five days of camping
Friday night at 7:30: July 2830. Each 7-30 p.m. There will be classes for F Condolences mid at Rainbow Springs. They
,' member is asked to enroll with Sister I're-School and three, four and five Sympathy Is offered to the famil uwc fishing accompanied b>' Joe. John and
y, Amanda Chandler. year olds and younger, middle and and friends of Glen Thomas who died Mike Meng. On Sunday Mr and !Mrs.
I Vacation Bible School will convene adults Church members and the on July 21st at his home on US-301 Paul Mvng joined them for a picnic
at Bethel along with Ebenezer on unsaved are Invited We promise youa South. He was buried last Sunday at lunch und a day of relaxation.
August 14-18 from 3-30: 730: p.m. profitable enjoyable five days. Santa Fe Cemetery with Rev Paul
Is invited to attend
daily Everyone a Kstes: conducting services.
the session throughout the program. Transportation will be provided BROOKERNEWS
Sunday School 9'30 a.m. Bible Class from Klx-nwor: to New Bethel Please Friends of Gary Keys were sorry to
5 p.m. Services will terminate for the contact Brother Horace Griffin. phone hear of his death at Fort Meyers on
day !4-719l.. if you need transportation. July 21st. He and his family lived at
t. llamoton Lake until, two years ago.
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of Mrs. L. Saxon who
: I'if'Io! .' family Dorothy Phone 483-1715
died in an automobile accident on July
& Scat ; ," 2Jrd.: Her sister Mrs... JoAnn, M. PERSONALS
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Iti '. Duncan was taken to Shands Hospital The community extends Its
\)pen U S. 301 S. ) "', with serious Injuries in the mishap. sympathy the family of Ray

7 A.M. 12 P.M. a Walnut 8t :\ . .., Vacationers Crowder, victim of a bicycle wreck.
Ellen his wife is the granddaughterof
SUNBEAM MOTOR OIL PEPSI Groundbreaking for the new Starke city hall was less traditional I than a Mr. and Mrs. D.B. Stone and Mrs. Nora Harris, of Brooker.
BREAD shovel full of dirt as Music and Worth.C,untractors of Live Oak dug in Tuesdaybut daughter Lori returned home on Mrs. Kathy Clark, of Erie, Pa:.
19 after week's vacation In
morning. July one visited her mother Mr. & Mrs. Otis
$119 16 Oz. Tax
visited
79. 3 Ius Tax 8Pk. $129 Contract completion date Is March, I I the work on the 7.200()( square foot the Carolinas., Ed Cobb They, and other relativesin Betty'sfather Tetstone, and other relatives, from
DepDK building Is expected to be completed In Icon >'ss time. The new city hall Is being built the of Belmont. Lori also June 30 to July 4. It was a happy
the vacant lot immediately to the nor th of the present city building bounded area occasion as they hadn't seen each
visited the Clinic at Greenville and
I s s9 ALL BRANDS BEER by Jefferson, Thompson and Jackson sti eels The present! city quarters will bepleted. had other In a long time.
a good report.Mr.
progress
MI Gel. 1 torn down once the new building is cO! .
Case and Mrs. Sylvester Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott \
100 Over Cost'U The new building will cost $242,202 i without furniture. enjoyed the visit on Monday, Tuesdayand Johnny, left on a two week vacation,
Wednesday of Mrs. Violet Garon July 1. They visited her uncle Rev. It
who flew in to visit them from Mrs. L.L. Pringle, and sons' Allen It
,.- Lawrence, Mass,*They enjoyed slghtCseeing Chris and Glenn, a great nephew.jnWesUakei
: rrl- .II . .. in St. Augustine, shopping in La. They spent Sunday
Orange Park, and discussing the good night"'With them then-left'
j George Bernard Shaw, the old days. July 2, on their way to Holloman,
5 New famous British playwright, AF.B. N.M. to spend a week with
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H Adkins on Sunday were their children, Jr., wife, Sawing, and daughters

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Starke" National's 3rd; in Dixie T-JTjEJ7'J:1 I Ii i ii






Youth Tourney In Starke



> ,..,. ...." .. ," .. d ,,, ., .. ... the fence with an oppoiite-way triple ,
Starke'
Youth baseball National All-Stan .1 to plate Vince Culverson and Mike '
... .
after a schedule change :,;:, '..'.---' 7., ':, .. _" i Waters
back In the District IItl Robert Carver also had a big
Inlihed third In the 1rti tourney, the hustling catcher hit I'TcL.c1.; :
tournament with a 3-2 safely in every game and provided
After the National's solid defense behind the plate. : .
July 19 with an 11-7 win
American they were xyr ,
loser's bracket by Y 'ou ,
Wednesday July 19. The
Star scored In the last it
Re .

and Union stay County alive.3-J But the \ \.. ..I Starke National out at the Pitcher plate Anthony after Henderson Williams tried tags to Union score County's on a passed"Peewee"Henderson ball

were seemingly All-Stars Eddie llerndon. Vine Culrersoa, Mike Waters National's catcher Robert Carver, lying on the ground near the fence, tossed a
the MedNational Orange Park Friday team, July } off the field after their 7-1 win over Middleburg In the 1 t wk strike to Williamson the play that helped the Stark club to a J-*win.
at Pratt Street field.
played i
loss on the locals. After _. _. .
-
night game the Bel-Med :;; -
fought to the
protest saying the fifth made V. *
unfair they .) l'
scheduled was to
rallying for five 1,1, '-I'' [J I".
they would have' had to cut Bel Med's .d dl I 1>111: LJ1hl 1 'I''
games to win the I
no other team would play the inning and Darrtn while BRADFORD Omiligr /

five games. Tourney ( 11I1hlll'W Chaff and "Ant" t | <
changed the schedule ??
results off iil1
Friday night's -

That the tourney.put btarke's Nationals 10 loss day with to string Middle-heroic In I l"fl' 1 "

Coaches Ed Adkrldge far from a loner. I'I .f: :al '). '
r i. .
Little collected their 10.12 belted a ." ..1bI.-
All-Stars and given $1 '''''''..
and then
National : SPORTS ,
knocked
Starke the fifth Inning ; ; _
out of the 'tourney with the tying run In .{STill '. .
Friday, July 21, as ace over-Union\ "}), ,
Fender went the distance, strike fastball Richie Fender prepares to 1" ]iI.., 1-;' 1'1" : QOaaa.0312a.1111CDl6tila..l91gt1.Dixie I :: ]:
five hits. fence to score uncork fastball In Starke National'swin Starke National catcher' Robert
Bel-Med National finally Williams over Middleburg Saturday Carver looks a Bel-Med runner backto
Starke team's season for In the was, Fender went the distance In the 71victory. second base In a Dixie Youth
14-7 win Monday,July 24. throwing game three tourney game.

baseball and .
pitched the

A RIVER'S SHOE UC, striking out
Ended
"" Boys String By ClayNationaii .
41S E Cat SI Siwk*FK .
o/ fMix .....,.t.aw. was the key to
k ...i-ta Middleburg.
t.t..-4Web ( -2 margin Starke .
__ .
with a four man field with Clark came back to hold Clay
the
(sans i Haaty Leather After dominating
the very top of wins Starke's Dixie National scoreless through the next
three straight ,
three Innings, allowing only one hit
out three
All-Stars sat days
Boys Allen run back In the
Scott got one
without a game and then were stopped
walk stealing
third drawing a
twice by Clay National in games that second moving to third on a balk and
ended their hopes for a state tourney
out to close
then scoring on a ground
FYIC1 trip.Clay the gap to 41.
National topped the local 13-14 Clay added another run in the fifth
year old stars 10-4 Thursday, July 20, but Starke again answered this time
and 7-5 Friday,July 21,to win a trip to with two runs In the bottom of the
I the state tourney in Pensacola this started
Allen again got things
Inning.
weekend.. Both games were marredby with -oul single. With two outs
a one
Register To 'Vote controversial calls that left the Chuck Johnson delivered an RBI
diu tis-
Starke contingent voicing single and Johnson later scored him-
faction about the umpiring. self on a wild pitch. With two Inningsto
In Thursday night's game, the play Clay National led 6-3.
Starke nine played their first off gameof Neither team scored In the sixth,
Books the tournament being ripped by the Daryl Thornton was left at third in the
Registration Clay County team 10.4. Controversialcalls Starke half of the Inning.
by the umpires In the opening Clay picked up an insurance run In
r frames seemed to bother the All- the top of the last and led. 7-3 as
Close I For First And Stars and their play In the game reflected Slarke Dixie Boys came up for their
',, it ,hut.!bat..Thesiocal team went down
i; aU,I1J nnq rent a.r priBUwaW ui iu4.."**- v Urk .jjin had w.&ad..1IC>*? fighting Ricky Sullivan led off i the
i SundThay to play, having won their first and Clark
'c' "i inning with a single Kenny
Second Primaries!; three games Impressively and sittingout drew a one out walk. Both runners
until the loser's bracket produced advanced on a ground-out and were
a winner. The layoff may have hurt plated by Clayton Norman's single.
the All-Stars, and Coach John fi Emmet Watkins drew a walk to put

Starke And Ramsey said after the game that he -..,.-... .".. ... ,-..-------- the tying run on base but Starke's
Of
City his team had gotten the one bad
hoped could closer thun 7.5 as
get no
their Scott Allen steals third In the sixth Inning of Slarke's Dixie Boys lOll to Clay Boys
out of system. '
game the last out to close out the
team Clay got
but the
County
Polk'I Clay
Scott Allen,who fired a two-hitter In National Thursday.Allen scored on Scott singe tuurnament as District 7 champions.The .
the first game of the tourney, was on .scored too many times, winning 10-4. finish for Starke'sDixie
second
-place
Of Hampton Elections mound for the Dixie and he
City encountered the trouble from Boys the start. In the sixth, Clay padded their lead Boys warrants congratulations.
with four more runs, as three walks, a La.tyear the local team was knockedout
Three singles, a hit batter, a walk, in two
double,and a single plated runners.Allen of the District tourney
and a dropped third strike led to five 2 the
was throwing hard In game
August 12,1978 runs in the Clay first. 7 7M 7r but was having some control games.
half of
Starke came back on their problems. Clay's Stock was pitchingwell
the first to cut the lead to 52. Kenny but some of the called strikes
Clark reached on a fielder's choice Starke batters angered Starke
after Ricky Sullivan had walked, and against alike.After the
fans and players game
9 i .H8n then took second on a passed ball. scorekeepers and tournament
Chuck Johnson then singled Clark apparently agreed to
stole second, and scored onMien' organizers
home, change umpires for Friday's game,
KB I single.
worked the title
Election Office'Open New dirt had been brought In for thepitcher's but the same crew

mound, and Allen and Clay game Starke added one in the bottom of
r
Stock couldn't seem toget
Mark
pitcher double
Sat. August 12,8:30: 5:00 P.M. Both comfortable pitchers with rearranged the soft the ground dirt the brought sixth home when Allen Scott, who Folk's had singled. .

Kenny Clark was responsible for one
frequently during the game. Nevertheless In the seventh as darknessset
more tally
Allen settled down over the
964-6280 four, frames, shutting out the In,but it was too'little and too late. r w sir
Phone: Neva Flynn next on this night. ,
Clay batters on two hits. Clark walked stole second and
Supervisor Of Elections ) block shut out Starke over the lour p third, and scored on a wild pitch T
frames, also with the only two hits In the final game Clay National
coming on Eddie Winkler's perfect the Starke
Bradford County again got the jump on
Clark'ssingle
bunt In the second and Kenny
stars, scoring five runs in the opening
the fifth.
in Inning against Starke's Kenny Clark.
Clark had three-hit the Clay team In
,I I Dixie Boys' third baseman Clayton an earlier win for Starke, but they
IS' HAVING Af j*Norman can't quite glove > hot down touched him for four hits and two
MICKEY'SSTARKE 'I the line In Starke's 10-4 Ions to 'lay walks In the opening frame of h: : .
1 Rational Thursday July ZOo Friday's game. .;:.:;:J; .

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Kenny Clark rips a single In the
f[ Dixie Boys' first loss of the District
8 .it's con aglous.WILDCATITlS Dixie Boys tourney (to Clay ,
National). The Starke club ran off'
three wins In a row before being
!, eliminated with two consecutive
losses to the Clay Stars,


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I'., Starke's Wayne Berry To Continue Rain Soft, Machine, Brookerin Open TourneyRain \ ,. I


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'''I''' '' Soft, Green Machine and season,winning games against just Nassau Merchants. ,
Hoop Career At Southern Tech tTWayne ; : ;: '' Brooker will represent Bradford one loss Green Machine, a perennial Green Machine got the first round
:;. County In the six team Men's Open Open Class power, didn't compete bye In the seven team field, the
e District Softball tournament to be locally Instead the Machine played In Machine will open play at 10 a.m.
Berry, who graduated from Berry Impressive held In Palatka this weekend, July 20- major invitational around the South- Saturday against the Rain Soft-Milk-
BUS In 1978 after leading the Tornadoes JUCO Star Game east to tune up for post-season play. drinkers winner Play will Continueall
to the Class 3A Regional playoffs The rugged BUS alum was namedas 29Other teams In the field are !the Brooker' only local appearance day Saturday in Palatka with the
has signed a two year scholar a forward to the North team for the r Milkdrlnkers of Fernandina, were In their own Invitational.. championship game set for 8:30: p.m.
hip with Southern Tech of Marietta, post-Ieawn Florida Junior College = Ifomasassa Springs, Palatka' Friday's action start at 7 ..m. If a second title game U I necessary it
All-Star last winter and scored will follow the'fkrst
Georgia. game Roadrunners Nassau Merchantsof when Rain Soft meet the
Berry recently finished a highly 18 points and hauled down nine rebounds :! Yulee. Milkdrlnker, At 8-15: pm. Brooker The District champ will move on to
successful two year stint at Valencia in the star-studded event Rain Soft (formerly McDonald's) play the Roadrunner. and at 1:30: the state playoffs to be played In
Community College in Orlando and "I had a good year last season ) '/ won the Starke City League title this o.m. Homasassa Springs plays the August.
and Wayne said. "I was hurt a lot duringmy
plans to play his Junior senior small freshman season at Valencia. My Irr, yw j'I _....JJJ .& .._... .. Jd. _J>.. ___ _--E-L _
year at Southern Tech a NAIA ankles have bothered me ever since t sBI j l *I-1 '

college In his school.sophomore season at the Florida High School All-Star game 78OLTI'MILETIRES .1.3' ,
but I did a lot of weight work with A78-13 A E78.14'
Valencia and last nine year rebounds Berry averaged a and 17 them last year and they're in a lot B78-13 F78-14 B78-13 F78.14s2O' '.
points game First Quality

Matadors.was named team captain for the better Berry shape.was tabbed for the Florida 52481'II'((0 .Guarantee Road Hazard $258a $2988

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standing player on the 1976 Tornado .

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I After being edged out of the state gap to fill In the middle of' the .see N'i c.pmw .tart. EAGLE On sate Thursday,

football playoffs for the first time in Tornadoe front but judging from his Friday & Saturday!

four years on a season ending vote of spring showing sophomore Kevin r7 l
principals last year, Bradford High's Reddish, 170, may well fill the bill. IMMAMIAMM.'
Tornadoes will be looking toward Reddish was outstanding
earning a berth In Florida's post and had a classy spring Jamboree
season tourney In 1978 performance to boot.
The 1977 Tornado grldders finished "We depend on a good noseman
6-4. tieing St. Augustine and Palatkafor with the defense we play," Coach
the District title with a 2-1 record Sexton said,"I can't remember being llar thy
against district foes. A post-season without a good one and I think Kevinis
vote of principals to decide the district going to fit the bill for us this fall."
representative for the playoffs went "He's going to team with Jenkins,
against the Bradford team. After two Moore, Hildebrand and Woods to be
votes couldn't decide a representativethe the nucleus of our front seven we Get mar dollar worth ndsaveldYSdI ...
Tornadoes were eliminated from hope," Sexton added. "I was pleased
consideration because they were the with everyone in the spring really. It's %
i last of the three teams to go to the going to take a lot more work but we lAVE 128 IMTNWNW EAYEf2B MKNISAVHON
state playoffs. can have a good defense again this tDo cT. APRICOT OT.EAOLEM0
FAMOUS MAKER
Last year's BUS team was noted for year." nbbw SHAMPOO 0 1 t 1IV
its stingy defense, it shutout three I' 02. MOTOR Oft. FASHION JEANS! 4,
opponents and allowed one touchdownor
less In its six wins. This week Bradford Physicals SetForBHSGridders
coaches take a look at the 1978 wsaw wAs&.r wsararr
defensive unit that will open fall practice
a August 14. wua6NASr,
"We lout six starters from 'last BUS Football:Hach David ''Huse F KNIT POLO SHOTT91.OO <* tMr ffMOT.
t
I year's defensive team" BUS Head announced this week that all varsity 90,1 a Oat &4nr 9AYS41K DRC, .Ii,... ym.p Ml. I.,c IMaK r'tr
Coach David Hurse notes, "but Mike and junior varsity football playerscan O o rMi "'" 1
ANTI-PCR- OUNCETAMICMM
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ADORMNANC
Sexton (Defensive Coach) seems to .A.qppAr WgNrn
their
get required physical done SPHIAMT .
J. PRAV40Z. Orae .won .a.A b eww. .tyl. M rrrm'.1a
always come up with a diamond in the for free by reporting to the Starke ROLL-ON KN4SE Irma BOLD ..w..l.s.M..'.S w Kt. J s. s.hrq Mr eWr, ,
I rough or two to fill the vacant spots. I Health Department at 8 am. Friday, xss
have every confidence Coach Sexton July 28Coach. 1a0L .1 $1 '
will be able to do it again this year Ifurse said he will bring the wA..a.ILSSn .
"Our defensive strength should be required forms to the Health a wAel.r wAaer s/
In our defensive secondary. We return Department office. Players who i rYdLIiCIIfE
three of four starters back there and aren't examined at the Health .'
I we should be better against the puss Department Friday will be requiredto
AIR7S0 SAYE 15% VALUfPLUftKETRACTABLI
and get more backfield support get their physical forms filled out
jj MIN'SS MADKDKVMNOPUmi
against the run than we did last by another physician. I
season" Hurse added. WOMEN'S t -4 Ra EL-TYPE
MALLETS MUCTKW
I Penciled into the secondary for the KSYCHAIM

second straight year are seniors 2 Arrested MondayIn a1 421 *1 IAYEUPTO31%
DeWayne Cummings, 160 Dale
Rogers 150 and Donald Reddish, 155. Shooting Incident onc.aica wuaskll Dl.ctnact RUBBER ZORI SANDALS
I Cummings will handle the safety spot w.aew Froy.
after spending last season at weak- Lawtey residents Glen Danny .a p 81 SAVE 11% dAYE fa" a,
side cornerback. He seemed to handle Shuford. 20, and Jack Lynn Richcn- I'"r'pi-IMC In iliM tar MEN'S TANK TOPS
the change well in the spring closing dollar 22, were placed in the Bradford SAVEtl% IAVE fO% IAYE I MMM .MM..a.Aa .M MEN'S WALK SHORTS '
I with a sparkling performance In the County jail Monday and charged with 5O ACOl011 PLASTIC 4.O want 2 $3
spring jamboree. Reddish also had a shooting a 22 rifle at an occupied rLVIWATTmAMT.COLOM AOONIF gcDRVEau It
fine jamboree. He'll man the dwelling on Carter Road In Lawtey MSa SOOIS geOEx +" A.I.e ..IA., a ,I.Id. In Cwrf MM ibrMai'N"d.,*. (.note .l
I weakside cornerback slot with Rogers No one was injured in the shooting > ,,, ,N/.Iwr..on as-4 )
at monster man. Rogers has been Incident. Shuford and Richendollarand $1 lj1 i
1 called the"sticker" of the secondary. released from jail Tuesday after Aea. .
j Milncr. 150. figures to round out the noon.
secondary' The senior picked up
1 valuable experience last season
Junior Barry Thomas ISO, is
battling for playing time and sophomores I AYES2% VALSaYE( 1ihfl JIAVET5% IAVI10% r

I. Mike Teston 143, and David %"sea' SNAP 7-PAOE BASKITBAUSHOeS

Sparks 15r. were impressive enoughin TAPE MASKING KKNNIIE PHOTO ALBUM wsas f -
the spring to move liurse to say
"They could very well make the .,
varsity"
At linebacker BUS will have to do wsa/e DIIC.PMC' a VALUE PLUS!
without Lawrence Patrick who will tr = ; MEN'SSRIEFS/TEES FAMOUS MAKER VEST
suit up for the University of Florida in .
\, the fall but returning starter Isiah YALacaYSl 1'1'I196 Ira wine aT 2s *9
SHELL
tf 1111 ,
15"
Jenkins 165, makes the pictures less SAVE
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t than bleak. Jenkins will be flanked by A.k SToa1 12 OUNCE 12 OUNCE >..'.tiiM.In**. w .try-.r..r.solo.,Nr..Nr/.oll.n N.nY S N XL, MOa
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juniors Danny Hildebrand. 165, and PLASTIC + ICED TEATUMBLERS
Jones,133, Hildebrand yr: TUMBLERS filr'(1 '
Timmy started R A SA VIr 24" 1 }
the last third of his sophomore seasonat Charley '
3& .1 + BOYS'TRIM q .
defensive end. A i 1 IdYEffiL T-SHIRTS,
Up front two starters return to the y wssrsmsr IRREGULAR '
E. wtauJM1T SNEAKERS
defensive line. Senior Alton Moore DISC.P5105 ; s :
160 Is at defensive end with seniorFred 2sWOMEN'S '
Woods, 172, at tackle. Senior '
Johns {7f' + r eluteiluf SAVE 12% ."wr wteaw. 'U' 7I
Mark Mosely ISO, returns at ., w w' Fw i /
f
defensive end after sitting out his MATTMU c fi I\, '
'i junior year with an injury and sophomore COVtftTWMrUU. FORKS a -f
Frank Swindell, 190, and senior About This Question: b' SPOONS MAYS 1liMflNt :; ; (_ 't upUPEa,
Josh Sutherland, 170,will see action at r NYLON l
9 61 IAVLIF% lovr OfILON
defensive tackle. "The rapid increase in wiGII' Dftll*sox, I//if.. 10"1.!
aims'
SHORTSn0P8KNIVS&IIIJe '
Three letter-middle Kenneth PIT 1F/3
guard
and theft .t also.arct was'aww Ihtgf S' 'A, -11
j Cruger has graduated, leaving a huge robbery "'
\c' makes me 'worried 2 1 2ss3 .2e$1

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Homeowner Policy LINENS1.OO ALLOWS, 9"MOOD
( Page 11) doesn't begin to cover ASSORTED SALAD HAS s x

but that suggestion met mixed rea- the values Can the COLORS SOMILS MEN'S
ction from the commission."I Charley E. John.Agency WORK
-. *."wM.l .i 9 $1 OLOVtS ,
think you would have to have a supply 'all risk' .ftMSI terIY.-'':
lot of luck to run those cars three the -.1:': Zi.Mn: wtMlON10.MbCa 21 '
insurance to cover dNR.4s.. :.I.ea .
Shuford said. Reddish
years had
value of these
told the commission the $6.200 full rare wear
patrol
'j are a .tamps and eoIa.1"Chorley L4VIM" 84"1.. 'r'U..
: year so a car driven for three years MPLATABLCSilVPOOI. ..La"UGUI y4cl1nl'r .
could have 90 to 100,000 miles on it before OUT CHLOKMM LAOftS'TSMMIB
trade-in. 1 lAiL1tS
The County Civil Defense and E. 3 OO40 MATS SHORT ShEEY!TOW LONG 1LEEYE TOPS
Communications Maintenance request wu.aM' or
was also approved as Civil JOHNS AGENCY c.IertooI: v...,. .1 Itfsiuso.a..N .:::.2" *5 '
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Defense Director Jerry Thompson reduced r sly......}, .... 0450/MCI .....,......M-"-. .,M N..a,. r.N.a.e.YMM,
his request"after having heard SWALNUTST. __IWM.a./rM .i.n.rri.w...,
the commission's proceedings of 131 '
late." The approved figure was 964-5070 :,, A"YHI"NVR'.... ", ',1 : 3121 Rladi 08 ''II.g..II"O'I.* 1001 I.
PHONE J1/\UVU.\ (:us..C: 00N1 ", ." CIGARETTE PRICES l'K4l W
down from the I'lu.
$33,837, original l '
,request of $36,729. ''(;.J, fl.U." 9'' ;... II. Snl' U ,. T._ .5" T..



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I Sub-District Softball Tournament '"




Little went well for Starke's Cassandra Johnson punched three Johnson. led off the opening frame Patti Tuttle clubbed a three run
Dominos as they were eliminated In singles in three trips but was forced for the locals with single and consecutive Inside-the-park home run
!two games from the Class B Women' out twice and left on third once. hits by Terri Parrtsh Diane
.Mib-district tourney played at Westside Jordan Kathy Whitehead and Joy The Dominos fought back gamely
Park July ai-22. Lorelei scored twice in the first, Mains gave the Dominos a 5-0 lead tallying twice in the fifth with Johnson c is
Starke' Women's League champe once in the third and then broke the after one Inning. The lead melted and Betty Hudson coming across to ?fie
were shutout by eventual champion game open with three runa in the sixth away as the Starke team's poor cut the gap to 8-7 but they couldn't
Lorelei of Gainesville 8-0 Saturday, (inning. The winners had 11 hits in the fielding cost them dearly score In the sixth or seventh and lost .

July 22, and then were nipped 8-7 by game. Continental scored two runs In the by the 8-7 count .,''"' r'' ,. .
Continental Waters of Gainesville The Dominos also collected 10 hits second with the aid of three straight Ji <"
Saturday afternoon. and scared three more Chestnut s of Gainesvilleand
In their second game and this time Domino errors finish
S/ In the loss to Lorelei the Dominos were able to plate seven runners but runs to take the lead in the third Lotelei one-two In the r
stroked: hits and pushed runners to still I lost as Continental Waters came Inning as the Dominos booted three Sub-district tournament and won '.
t; third four times but could never come from behind to knock Starke's only more chances. The Gainesville team spots in the District Tournament to be 'I.I' .-
up with a run producing hit Speedy representative out of the tourney. huilt the lead to 8-5 in the fifth when played In St. Augustine next week. "t '
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I Madison Street Top.. Area Club In Church Tournev "


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; Madison Street finished third with Ridgevlew knocked Madison Street Thigpen collected a triple and a Pine Level whipped Calvary Baptist Cassandra Johnson vi the Dominos digs for fin en one of her three singles j
New River fourth and Pine Level into the losers bracket, beating them double In the win. 119. The next two against Lorelei In the Women's Class B Sub-district tourney last weekend.
farther down the line In the Men's 1-1. Jimmy Alvarez doubled and Wesley MethodistfinaUyvliminated well for the third place games finished didn't in go the as Despite the speedy outfielder's three hits the Dominos lost to the Gainesvilleteam
., Church Sub-dUtrlct: tourney played In scored the only Madison Street run in the Starke team winning 10-9 to take Starke church league as **.
Macclenny last weekend. July :>>22. the game while Greg Alvarez went the second District tourney spot away hurt them. fielding mistakes -
Gainesville's Ridgevlew, Baptist two for.two.wayneAlday. from Madison Street.! Testone and Pine Level committed
and Wesley Methodist placed one-two and Lamar Williams Williams were still hot at the plate in hand eventual 14 errors to
and advanced to the District led Madison Street as they unleashedan the loss. Testone ripped four hits In S win Bright spots champ in Ridgevlew the a 17-
tournament set for August 3-5 in 18 hit barrage and clubbed Trinity five trips while Williams had three the offensive showing of Bruce game Scott were,
Ocala. Methodist again In their next game. hits in four at bats. Steve Thomas and ltichard
Milner.
Starke' church league champs, Alday went three for three with a New River won two and lost two In ?Scott went three-for-three
Madison Street finished 3-2 in the triple while Williams ripped two the double- elimination tourney to J,Thomas and Miller each collected while
two
tourney. They opened up with a doubles. finish fourth, one spot behind hits In three trips. Included in
(
Friday night 6-2 win over Trinity Madison. ATnomas'
day Inside
Methodist of Gainesville Wayne Madison Street clinched third place Pine Level won their opener before home run. was an the park
Testone and David Thlgpen homered in the tourney when they eliminated being eliminated with losses in the
I' 'for the local team with Kenny Chitty local nemesis New River 135. Testone next two More errors opened the gates for
a adding three hits in three trips and powered a home run and two doubles, Bruce Jackson and Doug Mains Trinity Methodist as they knocked ftit\, -
Jackson Prevail and Randy Crews Harold Branham went four for four blasted home runs and leadoff man Pine Level out of the tourney with a .. -/aac3.
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'collecting two hits apiece. Williams went three for four andJohn Don Hallgren stroked three hits as 21.3 win w4 ;




t KH Post 202 Clinches Spot in This Weekend's Playoffs ..f'.


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Keystone Heights' American lot of people will see action in the .
., ... .' .
Legion Poet 202 nine streaked to four host the When Toby Dillow Is not ... .
wins In five league games last week to Lake City, he holds down the centerfield .' : $ .. .
lock third place and gain a spot in The as well as anybody Jeff ". .
up T':..."'::; .. -
the league tournament this weekendIn pm with and Scott Furlong gives .. .. ... ..- ..
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DeLand. .City and as good a right field as ; "' ..,
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The clutch performance by the at 8:30: p.m.DeLand Furlong has the strongest .j ...:_"<- 'f.
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young Keystone team gave them 12- in the league. Dinky Kilby will will ..". .......,:. ." .: !, ...,:..; .
7 league record,only one game behind being aided down left field. His speed be
second place Lake City. vantage help In running down fly balls in
Roy Griffin hurled a one hitter, Scott since they have such a huge Domino shortstop Deity Hudson belt! a single: against Lorelei of Gainesville
,retiring straight batters In a 4-0 win .pitcher Northrup Donnle Bolden and Saturday In the Women's Class B Sub-district tourney at Wrsttlde Park. The
over Jacksonville to put Keystone in has never should also see some playing Dominos were eliminated In two games In the tournament.
the playoffs last Saturday. Sunday league In the outfield," said
right-hander Mike Richardson shut league .
out arch rival Gainesville on three Lake City summed up Post 202 as
hits fora 2-0-win to put the local nine much strong pitching and defensively Class B Men's Tourney
In third place. when they are as strong as anyone In the
P Keystone started their successful straight The big question will be
week off by traveling to Palatka Keystone much offensive power they can Westside
f Tuesday, July 18, for a double-header season and Griffin has been supplying Opens
which they swept 7.1 and 31. one. Lake of the firepower lately. lie has
"Faced with 'must win' situation, regular been on a hot hitting streak
ace hurlers, Toby Dillow In Lake City his average to a team leading
r E. Lake Butler and Roy Griffin in KH.Toby public."A Lumbert and Pridgen are also Three Bradford County teams will McDonald's (Rain Soft), an open
turned In two stellar performances,'* on three the .300 mark Lumbert has Florida other top teams from North ,class team. LWCI finished 6-10 In the
Class B Sub- regular season with the Poor Rnv..A
i a; said Coach John McCullough. been a clutch performer and In the Men's
Keystone.
Softball tournament to be The Beerdrinkcrs to
club record tying 27 RBI's solar district figure provide
,
I-After only two years of operation, surprise season. ..., Kilt>u.h, ** walso ...pled aLWestset'aI; .,i ,..week.-. /.Uj$b competition the.locaf'club*
IIfIIan: .l.e G n'P .M36aJr.". *",* mgua'plafflf.5 W.A seem? to : & "'offensively.-Several of t1,29. as do Gainesville's Businessmen, who
Lake City' players have had tome key On the line will be two spots In the finished 18.3 in Gainesville's City
r Keystone will find Itself In with "I think I the right time, but haven't hit District tourney to be held in Ocala League
: some pretty good teams, said coachOfftheRoad could take ; high average," said McCUllough. August 4.8.Waters The double-elimination tourney
sees speed as a Bulldozing Lawley Correctional opens up Thursday July 27, with a 7
and could be the difference. Institution and Lawtey's Poor p.m. game matching the Beer-
Vehicles Pridgen and Kilby have over Boys, the number 2-3-4 finishers in the drinkers against Western Auto At
bases between them. Starke Men's league will defend local 8:15: p.m. Thursday the Poor Boys
I they get on they usually score honor against a field that also Includes clash with Super Pretzel and at 9-JO:: t
t With State Game And Fish .; way. They really add an extra Macclenny's Beerdrlnkers, LWCI takes on the Hogtown Rollers.
to our offense. Our success Gainesville Businessman, Super Friday's action also starts at 7 p.m.
lvely will be determined by how Pretzel of Gainesville and Hogtown with Water's meeting Crown Realty
i
The Game and Fresh Water Fish annually on the trio Is able to get on base. Rollers of Gainesville. Three Lake At 8:15: Gainesville Businessmenopen
,. Commission states that any off-the- authorize in all I think we will make a City teams round out the field up against the Beerdrlnken -
road vehicle used on public land and highways. showing.This season has been a McKleroys Auto Parts, Crown Real Western Auto winner while the 9:30
not currently registered for highway Lands surprise. We are just glad to Estate and Western Auto. game( pits McKleroysAutoagainalthe
use will have to be registered with Include all ( the tournament. It really made Waters Bulldozing finished 11-5 in Waters-Crown Realty victor Action
I them after October I.I of otherwise ) season no matter what the City League play, four games behind continues all day Saturday
This covers only those motor its added.
McCullough
vehicle which don't already have re- I the general
Ill tratlon certificate." said Colonel
Robert'M. Brantly, executive director

of"It the does Commission.not apply to the 'average FILL YOUR SHOPPING BAGS WITHSUPER

person who takes his pickup truck or
four-wheel drive out In the woods
during the hunting season" he said.
Registration forms will be available SAVINGS r
beginning August 1 at any regional
office or the Tallahassee office of the

Commission as well as county tax. /; : i
collector's offices. FOR SCHOOL
Brantly said that no safety Inspector
are required, just the filing of an
application and payment of a ten
r dollar fee. After the fee .
tion Is received in the Tallahassee BOYS $325 .

:' office,a registration certificate,decal & SIZES +fO GIRLS
and validation sticker will be issued. JEANS GIRLS
The sticker must be renewed BELTS 20-30 $315 TOPS & .

SLACKS SHORTS DEN'M

1 Herres 3rd in COTTON BLENDS, DENIM, LIMITED SUPPLYCONVERSE 4 j slzea'l4JEAN S ( ) 1


: Junior Golf CORDS.TWILLS POLYESTER SHOES ( $175 SIZE 7'14

'f ASSORTED STYLES MENS BOYS i
Palatka golfers continue Florida to & COLORS ,,\k to J $700ADJUSTABLE I '
dominate the North Central
10
PGA Junior tour stop that was held 3 $ 16 Zg $ AI 50
4 last Monday at the Palatka Golf Club. $6 "JEAN'S" Uo II X600lulNb
>' Bobby Mauldin of Palatka shot a 76 $
to edge over Mark Blakewood's 77. BELTS L
In the 16-17 old -
also of Palatka year '
1:,competition. Johnny Zayatz of .....-..- ...
Macclenny scored a 79 to come In m i m i ,nom'

third.In the I4-1S year old category, BOYS SLEEVE SHORtSIEEVE JUNIORS BOYS

; Randy Mauldin of Palatka shot a 77 LONG DENIM BppNTS
over Gainesville's Marc Spindler SH'R' TS SHIRTS DRESSES I I
score of 78. Joey Herres of Starke" YLES1ZEg
SPORTS NAMES
placed third with 84. ESTERN & sizes e.o BRAND Ns ASSOR ODOR ,
Stuart Waldo of Gainesville shot an I
80 to place first in the 12-13 year old \ .i f fB fS ft
Sowell 125 $20'5 6'L00 600
category. Gainesville's Jim
shot 87 and Mark Rldaught of Palatka 100 $76o $550 & .-t.1 .
scored 89. "
In the 10-11 year old group, Sean ghee 8' B \
: Pacettt. of Palatka shot 47 on nine 1ST
,holes. I II
Pensacola'Keven Collier captured I '
first In the nine and under group with I
'a 74 and Tom Watson of Starke placed

'.fourth The tour with will 87.meet at the Macclenny REN19RSs LAKE BUTLER APPAREL FREE .

.Country Club on July 31.
REMNANTSWITHPURCHISE
MONDAY. FRID1T a ,;


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Page 14 TELEGRAPH July 17.1$71
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Southerly boundary Two Hundred Sixty Westerly along said Southerly 'v, Coastline Raflrosd. LESS ANO EXct": i ANIEt'; ROBERT RAIMONDO AND tamed In the ttompWrit'W; ; petition.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' OF ".... described ( WITNESS my hand and the seat of
CASE NO. 75- and Six T..I2OO.SI( )feet to a concrete boundary and along the are of said 13 3/10 acres .r 8eakYtln GINA MARIE RAIMONDO.
BRADFORD COUNTY monument; continue) thence NorthEightynine curve. Three Hundred Sixty and Four at Northeast comer of Southeast" Ouarier .."vi" said Court on July 18. 1978.
266 Hundredths. (360.04)( ) feet as measured of Northweet Quarter of said Sector, .' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT. As
((881 l dIIg,... Eighteen (18)) i ,'1 "" ; : NOT1CIpr SUIT
minutes and Fifty-two((52))seconds East, along a chord having a bearing of South run thence West 200 feet thence South .. I \ NCi PROPERTY Clerk of the said Court.
J.D. ERWIN PE. Plaintiff along last aforesaid Southerly boundary Eighty-eight ((881) degress Seventeen 17-1/4 degrees West to South line of ':,. ,; j. ", ".; by: BeUah M. Moody As Deputy Clerk

11II. One Thousand' Two Hundred Ninety and ((17)) minutes Thirteen ((13)) seconds tald Southeast Quarter of Northwest ".r1d'DANIEL 7/20 4tchg 8/10,
,
CAM LAND DEVELOPMENTS. INCDefendant. : AV CARUJCCI, Address .
Ninety-four Hundredth ((1,290.94)) feet West, to a concrete monument located Quarter thence East to Eastern

to a concrete monument located at the at the end of the said curve; continue boundary of said Southeast Quarter of t51o83at:) Brooklyn, No Y. 11228 CIRCUIT COURT FOR
to the thence South Eighty-nine COOl degrees Northwest Quarter thence North to YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an IN THE
beginning of a curve) concave COUNTY FLORIDA.
SALE
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S that I North and having a radius of Ten Eighteen ((18)) minutes FRty-two (152)) point of beginning AND FURTHER EXCEPT action for Adoption of Daniel Robert BRADFORD DIVISION '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I. PROBATE
Thousand Trty-eigh end Thirty-one seconds West along said Southerly AND EXCLUDING THEREFROM Cartucd and On Marie Carluco: ) .has 78266-CP
Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford CASE NO.
virtue of Hundredths (10008.31) feet; thence Man boundary. Three Hundred Thirty and 3.83 acres described as follows: been fled against you Daniel A. Cartucd 1-2869
and NO.
Florida under by a FILE
County ,
: dtl1ll330.GZI feet M the Northwest comer of
Hulldr ) to an Iron Commence
Write of Execution heretofore issued out Easterly direction along last aforesaid Two and you art required to serve I copy of
Southerly boundary and along the arc of, pipe. (Hereinafter referred to as IP) for the Southwest Quarter of Northwest wtktendefer.sa, If to it on the of MADGE PAULINE
of the. above-entitled Court In the aboveptyled Quarter d said Section 15 and run North you any IN RE Estate
chord distance of Three point of beginning.
have levied the said curve a plaintiffs attorney whoa name and MIODLFTON, Deceased.NOTICE .
cause: upon thus 60 minutes and 40 seconds
Hundred Sixty and Two Hundredths From point of beginning described 88 degrees,
following property situate, lying and (300.02) feet to a concrete monument continua South Eighty-nine ((89) East along the Northerly boundary the,. address is George H. Ptoroej; P.O. CREDITORSTO
being In Bradford County Florida to- minutes 1130 feet to the Easterly boundary of Drawer 1030, Starke. Florida/,32091 and TO
located at an Intersection with the dogr_. Eighteen((18)) Fifty-two of, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS '
wit: boundary of the right-of-way ((52)) seconds West along said Southerly the right of way of the Seaboard Coastline file the original with the clerk of the ALL
Westerly AGAINST THE ABOVE
A parcel of land l lying in the North Half OR DEMANDS
graded County Road; said chord boundary One Hundred Ninety and Railroad; thence South 17 degrees above styled court on or before August
a
IN1/210f Northeast Quarter ( )
having a bearing of North Eighty-eight Three Tenths (190.3) feet to an IP end 44 minutes West along said Easterly 14, 1978: otherwise a Judgement may be WITHIN THREE 131( > MONTHS FROM
Section Twenty-five (125), Township
located at the beginning of a curve concave boundary,304.99 feet to en Iran stake fore
(21) ((88)) degrees Seventeen (117)) minutes entered against you for the relief TIME OF THE FIRST
( )
Seven((7)) South Range twenty-one THE
Bradford County Florida laid and Thirteen (13)) seconds East; last to the- Southeast and having a point d beginning. From point of demanded In the complaint or petition. PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE you
East ;
parcel being more particularly described aforesaid Intersection being located at a radius of Twenty-five (25)( ) feet thence beginning thus described continue WITNESS my hand and the seal of are required to file with the Clerk of the
distance of Twenty-six end Sixteen Southwesterly along the ere of said South 17 degrees and 44 minutes West
1978. of Bradford County
said Court
follows: on July 10 Circuit Court
as
(26.16) feet Westerly of the curve thirty-five and Fifty-five long said Easterly boundary 645 feet to
( )
Commence at an Iron pipe located t at the Hundredths thence South 72 Gilbert S. Brown As Clark of Said Court Florida Probate Division the address of
feet stake
Iron ) degreesand
boundary of said section Hundredths ((35.55)) as measured in ); "
Easterly
Southwest corner of said North Half IN Beulah M. Clerk which is P.O. Drawer "B, Starke
by: Moody aa Deputy
Twenty-five ((25)) as measured along a along a chord having a bearing of South minutes East 285 feet to an Iron '
Quarter (INE 1/4)) and 32091 a written statement of
1/2)) of Northeast North 17 01 ,7/13 4tchg 8/3 Florida
chord of said curve; thence South One Forty-three (43) degrees Fifty-nine ((59)( stake; thence degrees, l mahave
( demand
North ((88)( degrees, claim or you
Elfjhty-elght \
run minutes and minutes Thirty-six ((36)) seconds West to minutes and 30 seconds East 491.3 feet any
Nineteen ((19))
((1)) degree
Thirty-seven (137)) minutes and Eight (061( ) '' ,,1 I .r' +:ya against the estate of MADGE PAULINE
Forty ((40)) seconds East along Westerly an I IP located at the end of said curve; to rtn Iron stake; thence North 89 .f'{ Each claim
the 'I ,Y't Deceased.
seconds East along Southerly ; MIDDLETON
: ; '
.
Nineteen 56 minutes and 30 seconds
boundary aforesaid One Thousand Two thence South One ((01)) degree l degrees,
boundary thereof Four hundred fifty- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH must be in writing end must Indicate the
Hundred Thirty-eight and Sixty-three ((19)) West!, 93 feet to en Iron stake; thence
nine and Twenty-four Hundredth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN basis for the claim the name and
the. above-named and 29 minutes East
of 13
North degrees ,
Hundredths((1,238.63)) feet to a concrete as the property
monument of the Creditor or his Agent or
(459.241) feet to concrete
( a AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY address
monument located at an Intersection defendants, and that on the 14th day of 197.66 feet to an Iron stake; thence
the of the and the amount claimed. If the
I located on Easterly boundary Attorney
with the Northerly boundary of the right- August 1978, at 11:00: o'clock a.m. at North 77 degrees, 36 minutes and 30
right-of-way of State Road 200 IUS.301I) CIVILACTION/ claim is not yet due the data when it will
of-way of State Road 221; thence South the Bradford County Jail I will offer for seconds West 176.43 feet to a point of
for point of beginning. CASE N0.7&192 become due shall be stated. If the claim
((56)) sate and sell to the highest bidder for beginning
Fifty-five
Fifty-three degrees ((63))
From point of beginning thus described WILLIAM HARRIS Petitioner Is contingent or unliquidated, the nature
'
minutes and Twenty-seven ((27)) seconds rash In hand, tha above-described: shall be stated. If the
run North Eight (18)) degrees Fifty-one s'', vs. of the uncertainty
the of the said has been filed against and are)
as property you you
((51)) minutes and Twenty-seven ((27)) West along said Northerly boundary property PEGGY SUE HARRIS Respondent 'claim' Is secured, the security shall be
said Execution. of written
defendants to satisfy required to serve a
copy
your
and Six Tenths(63.6)feat to
seconds east along said Easterly Sixty-three described. The claimant shall deliver
DOLPH E. REDDISH SHERIFF OF defenses If to It on Edward
any
boundary. One Thousand Two Hundred a concrete monument located on the NOTICE OF SUIT sufficient copies of the claim to the Clerkto
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA McCarthy Jr., Freemen Richardson,
Fifty-four and Thirty-five Hundredth Southerly boundary of North Half (IN NO PROPERTY unable the Clerk to mail one copy to
1/2)) of Northeast Quarter (INE 1/4)) 7/20 4tchg 8/10 Watson, Slade McCarthy & Kelly P.A.. Representative.ALL .
((1.254.35)) feet to a concrete monument ,. whose address Is: > TO:; PEGGY SUE HARRIS address each Personal
plaintiffs attorneys
located at the beginning of a curve concave aforesaid; thence South Eighty-eight Hr unknown CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
1200 Barnett Bank Bldg. Jacksonville
and ((88)) Thirty-seven ((37)) minutes BE FOREVER BARRED.
to the Southeast having a degrees. YOU ARE HEREBY'NOTIFIED that an SO FILED WILL

I radius of Fifty ((50)) feet; thence In I end Eight l IO3)) seconds West along last IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FL September 32202. 1904)20 )1978 353-1264 and file on the.or original before iueon for DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE DATED this 10th day of July 1978.

Northeasterly direction along said aforesaid Southerly boundary. Two JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
EIGHTH with the clerk of this court either before has been filed against you' PEGGY'SUE
Easterly boundary and along the arc of Thousand One Hundred Thirty-one and AND FOR HARRIS and are required to MARY AGNES FERGUSON as Personal
you
service on plaintiff's attorneys or Immediately -
said curve a chord distance of Sixty- Thirty-eight Hundredths ((2,131.38)) feet BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA thereafter; otherwise a default serve a copy of your written defenses, if Representative of the Estate of MADGE
four and Seventy-two Hundredth to the point of beginning. PAULINE MIDDLETON. Doce l8ed.
will be entered against you for the relief any to It, on the plaintiffs attorn.y.IMIOI. ,
(64.72)( ) feet to a concrete monument EXCEPTA CASE NO. 7 .277 In name and addreas la James R. ATTORNEY FOR ESTATE::
the
demanded complaint or petition.
j located at the end of said curve; said parcel of land lying In the Northeast Flynn Esquire Pierce & Hardy P.A. RICHARD E. WELT .
I ,
WITNESS hand and the seal of this
chord! having a bearing of North Forty- Quarter (NE 1/4)) of Northeast Quarter CONTAINER CORPORATION OF July my 18 1978. P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke Florida 954 N. Temple Avenue
court on ,
nine ((49)) degrees Eleven ((11)) minutes (INE 1/4)) of Section Twentyfive(25)( ), AMERICA a Delaware corporation. 32091 and file the original with the clerk Post Office Box 995

and Twenty-Seven (127)) seconds East; Township Seven ((7)) South Range Plaintiff GILBERT S. BROWN of the above styled court on or before Starke Florida 32091

I thence North Zero ((0)) degrees Twenty- Twenty-one ((21)) East Bradford County As Clerk of this Court 'August 17, 1978: otherwise a Judgement 904/984-8060

eight ((28)) minutes and Thirty-eight ((38)) Florida; said parcel being more particularly Ve may' be entered against you for the reliefSECRETARY 7/20 2tchg 7/27

seconds West along said Easterly described as follows: Marian McRae

Boundary Seventeen(117)) feet to a concrete Commence at a concrete monument RETHA E. LUKE AND WESLEY M. by iBBfflnBBEBBB] eai ijnBaBBBniUnion

monument located at an Intersection located at the Northeast corner of said LUKE '. Deputy Clerk eau tv Nail I
with the Southerly boundary of Section Twenty-five I2S), and run South

the right-of-way of State Road 18; One ((01)) degree Nine ((09)) minutes 7/20 4tchg 810NOTICE .
Defendants BJI O ldI .,A-00 -. .. -.;
seconds East the
Three ((03)) along
thence North Eighty-nine ((89)) degrees -FPS .
Thirty-one 131)( ) minutes and Twenty-two Easterly boundary thereof Forty-six and NOTICE OF ACTION c .

((22)) seconds East, along last aforesaid Twenty-three Hundredths ((46.23)) feet OF INTENTION .W. "tEiJ I I .
,
to the Southerly boundary of the right- TO REGISTER" ? ; : : ; I : ,
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RETHA E. LUKE *''f>" j
TO
of-way of S.R. 18; thence South Eightysevon WESLEY: M. LUKE FICTIOUS NAMF. .

((87)) degr_. Eleven ((11) minutes Windsor Lake Blvd. Pursuant to Section 806.09 Florida ham.,
West said 9363 Statutes notice Is hereby given that the i Immediate .
five ((06): ) seconds Along town
29206
Southerly boundary Twenty-six and Columbia, S.C. undersigned Scott Sackett Rt. 1. Box ........ Polities require l til/A.

CARROT : Sixteen l Hundredth ((26-16)) feet to a action to quiet 339C, Brcoker Florida 32622 doing experience In traaacribin, H
that .
notified an with and
P i\5 You are .r"I.. figure 6/29
concrete monument located on thlWeet.rty lands business under the firm name of .
title on the following described light iharlhand. II
I boundary of the right-of-way ofa "SACKETTS" Star Route Hampton .
located in Bradford County Florida: Interacted IB s Job with a
Don't throw out the liquid graded County Road and the begin- All that part of the South half of the Bradford County Florida Intends to challosgo, costact Mr.. : I '

from canned vegetables. This ning of a curve concave to the North of Northwest Quarter of Section 15, register said fictitious name under the MacDoaald.Lake' City olllco,.
nutrients. having a radius of Ten Thousand Thirty- 22 East lying provisions of aforesaid statute Florida State Employment ; ';
rich in Range ,
Towmhip6South, '
it usually
eight and Thirty-one Hundredths of Seaboard Scott Socket owner. :service. Teet" required. 7/27 .
I ((10038.31)) feet; continue thence Easterly of the right of way Dated this 20th day of Jury A.D. Itckg. 173WORK : "'

1978.! at Starke. Florida : In tl|
7/20 4tpd 8/10' WANTED I wilt de I night

rww w -I .ism P U B L I S H I: R' I C 0 P Y ltatoe Bank. N.. ..., ......% ,ceo a0 maid. work' ....eeI...........' Call
J 2 JO per ...,. Exp.rle.eYh.rer1be.4t'M. .. 5

....... ReIoort ot Coe4.tlon" "...-.- l rids..Bask...!!..Btab. !': ._..... ...:..1,;::.:,:....::;::...:t.\r'tlll..I! ( I/II' "';". 'T..;(tea rwra ?; ."/ ' ..
FORD COUNTY FLORIDA : ._ -

ot ...........,.. ...,.,Btarkr. ......... In .h. S.... ., ......-..! -!...-....-.-.....-...-...-..-.-...... ...- and Do..tlc 8abeldlarl.e a' the clw. .. ofbsein.as PRORATE DIVISION 78289CP(12864). INSUMHCEMAINE8 !'! SHOP
File Number ( ) ser
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011 ._..Jm..30L...................., U..,? Division mower. at

t IN RE ESTATE OF INSURANCE I
MIL Tlwu : AGENCY 160 8. Lake A...... .
BALANCE SHEET ASSETS -leh. Item- Qol LAWRENCE H. GIBSON deceased Lake Butler,' 49 .3978. .


:: ILL Cast Trawry and du. .from banks' .. ..: :...:::::.:::::::::::::::::::':.::::::::'::::: : 7 1 E :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :. 2 1100 522 2 1 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO 1 Complete!J:eryene-Insurance' "la7JTableT Hervle 'i ) handy"ij\T::

3. Obll..llon. of other U.a government _ncld and Of1IQf1Itlon.> .. ... 8 2 E: .. .. ................ _.. 1 100 3 ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR Immediate coverage. 1rphee. 4 .h.. dry lb.

4. Obligations of Sta4. and polltlc.1 .ubellvl.lon. ........ .... .. .. ........,,..,. 8 3 E: .. ....... ......... ] '2' 4 DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE .. JOE USHER ./

I 5. Other bond.. nat. end d.bentu. .. ... ...... ... .. ...... ...... 9 4 E... ..................... ;):u. 5i ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS AGENCY 496-2126 or 496-'' .' -
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE 2903.
.. .. ... ... ..... : ; : : : .. junk
... .. .. :::
6.7.: Corporate Tnding: a.count stock .ecurNi.s'. : : : : : : :: : :: :: ::: : .::":: :::.::::':' '''.::':.::'' ::::: :::::: .:. I administration YOU ARE HEREBY of the estate NOTIFIED of Lawrence that the INSURANCE Rlherd. In.suraace I ,. ..... Joe

I a. Federal fu d. sold and secumles. purch..d under aammseta to retail .... D 4 .............. Oawt S'fir H. Gibson deceased File Numb r78 289 and Dealer. Agency Bank, BuOdlng.Phone Farmer. l

a. a loses. Total (enetuding unearned Income) ..... .. .. ..... A 10............... : 1 "9 I rrw .f' :;'! I. Is pending in the Circuit Court for Bradford 4962101. Lake. Butler -

b. law. less possible .Ian ... ... ... ..... ...... .. .. ? . a").. ba County Florida Probate Division ; ; ;; will


10. Oltact, : Ned. financing ..... ..... .: .. ....:.::. ::...::.::.:::::.::.... ...::.:':.:: .:: ... ... ..: ..... .. .::::::..::::.::.... 1ZJ!. lOGU. the Courthouse address of which Starke.is Bradford Florida.County The 4w1ir'FREE' .:.-.\'.".|,

'r Sang prelate. fumfurs and blum. end other seaels npresnting' bank premlws 11 personal representative of the estate" la! Lake

I 12. Peel ._.te owned other than bank ........_ .. .. ... .. ........ .... .... ... .. ... .. 12 Mary Maxine Peterson Gibeon. whose

I 13. (...._ In unconwlldN.d.ubaldbrIe end associated companies .. ,... ..... .. ..........?.. .. Q 11 address Is 1031 West Madison Street PUfPIESi Threepupplei. -
........ fro t. good horn*.
14. Custe" srs' lI.blllty to this bank on ecceptmas outstanding .. .?........... .. .........:.;:..,... 14 Starke, Florida. The name and address 8 I ....... old. Call 496-3107. : : now

13 OMxxtata ... .. ... ... ..... ... .. Q 7.......... ...................'..w...... 224 as of the personal representative's attorney T/2T Zlchg. 8/3 Free
22 1" set forth below. ..,
.:..... isl ere
16. TOTAL AIIIIETS (.um of It.m. a lIIu 15)
LIABILITIES xh. Ram Col.
Dame d d.palts' of Indlvldu.' partn.rdalpe. and corporations F 11 A...... .....;....:....... 1'na7. 17 All person having claims or demands WITHIN REGISTERCAS : \1

F 11 8 C ...... .. .......... I .OZ 18a9. against the estate are required : A1
1S Time end .vlns. deot. of Indlvldu.' part.'I' sad por.llan. + pN- VA. THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF AND OIL : :. lilt

0......... of Unllod States Government . .. ... ... ....... F ,,2 A..C ;..:......:....... 19 THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 3088. St. ) ,, 4'M!

20. Deposits of States end political' sebdivlslons .. .... ... ....... .. ........ F 3 A+8+C ............... 4 18) 20 NOTICE to file with the dark of the 9&I-5888 Thompson !

21. o.polits of forage, govemmntl and official InlIutlan. ... .. .. .... F 4 A+8.C .-...- .....-......,. non.O00e 21 above court a written statement of any .

22. Deposits of commarolst' b.nk. .. .. .. ..... r 5.6 A..C "................. 22 clnlm or demand they may have. Each L P Gee : ..a....

23. C.rtlflod end olllc...' chat .. .. ......... .. ....". F 7 A. ".,......." 1 8 23 claim must be in writing and must Fuel Oil ., 4 6-

24. TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum al Hem. 17 thru 23) .............. .. ....... ... ...... 17. 58) 24 indicate the basis for the claim the name LubrlnUnlOIl.Whole..le .

.. Total demand d.poat .. .......... ............ .. ... ....... F a I A I l1U6 and address of the creditor of his agent o..o"N'

b. Total time end .vln. dlpe.ts ...-.. --.-.. ......... ..-...... F a a.cl 10 i.J.l \ b' or attorney and the amount claimed.'If Warehousefor :

25. Federal. funds purchased.nd ....,undaprxment/tonpurhex.. E 4.. .... .. ........ 1 750_ 25 the claim is not yet due, the date when it II....,
,.
26. air lIebI''..... far bord money ... ............ .. .. .. ................ .. ../,.... DOGe DUlle 26 will become due shall be stated H the Tires : ,....

27. Mor1l' dnd.bt.dnxa ........... ....... ................... .. ... .. ........ 27 claim Is contingent or unliquidated the Tubes .
_e nature of the uncertainty shall be stated I._
... ... 28 Batteries
2_. Acceptances saautd by or for account of tore bank end outtunding with.
.11. claim is secured the security shall
29. Other .bllott. .... . .. .. .. H II.. .. ................. .. 29 If the Etr
described. The claimant shall deliver
J.I 111.1 be
30. TOTAL LlAIIILITIES (eacludmg, burdlatod nott. and d.bentu") .. .. .,............. .. 30 sufficient copies of the claim to the. clerkto lot-
_
31. Iuburdln.l.d notx end debenlu" ... .. .... ... .. DO 31 enable the clerk to mail one copy.to. 'Lake.....

EQUITY CAPITAL each personal Interested representative.In the .!Well e !!. Drill!: nc
AI parsons estate to
outstanding Par w.Iue). DOGe 32 of thle Notice of Administration ? } --
32. .Preferred stack e No. snares 0 \ whom a copy 2" thru 6" L01
33. Common stock a No. .h.,. .uthonled ffi has been mailed are required ,
b. No. shares ats.ndina Pre v.lu.) 300 3J WITHIN THREE MONTHS Fast Rotary

34. Surplus .. .. ..... .... ...... .. . ..... 500 34 FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST Drilling Equipl1entSTATE'LlCENSEe

\ 35. Undivided .profits .... .. I 9 35 PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to file }

36. Mxrw for conangenclx end ath.r capital, reserves .. .... ....... .. .. -47 36 any objections they may"have' that

37. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of Items 32 thru 36) . .... ... .. ..... .... ... ..... 22 2 1 33A- 37ft 311I will challenges the qualifications the validity of of the thee decedent's personalrepresentative ;,,

38. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of It.m. 30. 31. end 371 or the venue or jurisdiction ( Pumps

MEMORANDA of the court. -
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1. A..g. 10' 30 calends dye ending with ""II air, : ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS New & UsedSales.Parts.Servlce
... ... -.2- .
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to Item 1 .bow) .. .. I !'
I .. C.III.nd due 'ham b.nbs (corresponds NOT SO FILED WILL .BE
b. r.Mr.f funds sold and wuritis purchased under agrxm.nls to resell.. (aorosspods to tam S above) .. :. .3_ b FOREVER BARRED '

1 ... ... ... ............ .,,. .. 379_ g
c. Told, loan. (corpond. to tam e. above) .. .... .... .... '"'' 2 964 Date of the first publication of this

.! d. TI.... d.pans of 100.000 a' more
.. Total deposits (corresponds to lee, 24 above) ..... .. .. .. ..,. .... .. ... 99.,... et /s/ Mary Maxine Peterson Gibson ,.

r.derN funds purchased and Meur"' auld ends, .._nt. to rupurchaus. (comxPOrds to turn 25 above) f As Personal Representative of the Estate'' !: !! '

r "'to.r lIabl"''' for bo..t Ita... 7/1 ._1 Don. a ''of Lawrence H. Gibson Deceased. ", : ., *

_... nOO' 2 Attorney for Personal Representative: I
2. Standby of Credit outstanding (C. of an data) New Installation ,
George H. Pierce I (
.. lIme"deposit, .51100,000 or more (C.. of call date): 7 Sll .
3720 P.O. Drawer 1030 I r.
ITime ceefloar.s of depot. In dan.mindias' of aoo.ooo ot mare Florida 32001 Remodeling .

... . b Starke
b. Other lime de--. In amounts of $100000 or Han Telephone: 904/984-5701 : ".

,.#! ?.I..t".n".rn.l"'I..c.1aIaJ" : >; ., aa_._... beak. des. a.bmaM Arn.rt. .wet''J 'hatAle Npa/ ., .-HHoto 7/27 2tchg: 8/3 Repairs ,' ., .

-aced e.na.., 5. aA. .... ./..y .......,a sad..,..,. /J J .. ..... .. ..... .. ... | .
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-- Durranc&'
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: .... : :c :: = :=::::::::t ow._. "IN THE CIRCUIT COURTEIGHTHJUDICWLCIRCUIT :' u ui.n rre.SUPPLY HasaPUMPS' ( !I

: TT : : ........... ..............-........... ( ( ;
.. ,. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR ,C irt : :

seale ., --I1tad- ." Ceacq dt .....JI&IItAt: .._._..__.. ..t' ( BRADFORD COUNTY $: COMPANY .

8_ .. sad ..Mwta d M/en m. YY,4.22afi.: ...._..,....... hip a/_...JM. E.._..,...w 19ZJIMuIYfl ... ":. .. 669 N1. Temple Asa; .

.aide .add J..............,...r.r.-........ e6r dln.tw./ .n.L "" I CIVIL ACTION ;, (. I Starke. FIL964.70tf1 .

aF .ursine s.elra.ew .... '-.,. =.L.L14! 1fE,.,. -. "" .1Ie.(( CaeNo..78-267 T' it jytl
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AKC PEKINGESE- -pUPS- -, I
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Champion III* .. quality. word ever II I I
2 .male. 4 ..*. ..... all a UlOcant* CHEVELLE t a1'flPilltJl.:
MOBILE HOME 10i4S, GENERAL CARPENTRY 1170 .Mr, COMMERCIAL BUSINESS 301 AUCTION North' of
4734773.km..t..Itpd SI 50 7/27 each, PhoM I Notresponsible. f." nod.aeiltla. ..C...., I B*.. WORK> Deer b...l.., C:1t.: .,. G.*d ......IU... P.OPE.TV"BR. ooaereioMock ........ Every Friday. Ti30r.m. '

'terror* who given aver, _.... Mast ...01 M4IWIbv. OMotleai wed .aletla*. M4- P !9615511_ ._120 "21W ....*, I 1/2 bath 1UIHy DoaJora A...... ..... :( )
TBU'CK FOIt SAL ', T 7J or when espy Ooo4 tire ... .*.,- ..*.. 'liS 414 8/1 BUY (800 EQUITY and. take abode, I3 30 bailldlaa; a... C..." ....,. ,{ "...717'm'

Chevy, PS. PB, AC. 390 ..l I |ls not typed and brmigMi. Iftt ll4 0/3 .-- everpa,...&. el SITS: .. ooaipkttoly paMlod. 1"" wl..... Uador new
13.000 mile*. Eieelleal' f to the aftlc*. WSN\ ( MINTERS MARE hell Ford LTD II. P... Mere wMb. eearte Seers. 8 _........ f 1'1' 4lpd 7/27 205 N. TEMPLE
1 oond ... Pheao 473-4526 ....-----... THREE BKDtOOM MONRVi Be a sips iwtotoreamuPrea 114-8313.0. 7/27 1/2 aero. II p.... ...... STAKE.FLORIDA.
lubf 7/27 >" '. ,. ... .d HOUSe and 10.72 tmBer ha I with >... 0. a.... .. Mtvolope ie Rudy. PONTIAC CATATlNE, of Stark*. PbwM 4S- (171 uuladeud. Limited

itM/ M H>>K::-iak* i'nlta vtcarly ;. 'i/iJili..:' '" 'fl'I I hwd........Pb. ..!.a eatra. ,I444f2t.CHOI whlboa. Ute .... Palalar. ../. 1973. brew. AM/FM .od",. 1147 er 473-SOTS attar 6 ...,. ALUMINUM GATOR luclll Conner Spry
( ,II-'ft: $ "8.Wilde, Fir tub* 7/27 4020 N.W. '
Associate
Men s
monthly, or weekly "v.., !! : 1/27 AC. 4 deer AT PB, P9,
'i BR. eltlcirnrioK, lurol..hd"lnrludingutllNh.A.low. .-n-' .. -, ", ." *Loup ReaLqd MOM. T303tp4 8/3 S$SO. Pboae X4-S39S.: ,m MOVING BALE-W-a 13th St., GalMvlll. P.... f 44.8420 1
372-8787. In "/ "
;, ., at. FOUR APARTMENTS! TWO BEDROOM 'c....* DAT CARE: LkoBoeV: bour; 2tpd Ono '...... .,....., aamorou L -- '

.'SIT5.MIIr'K..denr( tI.llCh, ao"month Two 4..... apt, set a...8. blook be*.. o l-ta kMcbee.dhalaa day, ..*.*. Fal .."ri"... DELT 'fti 171 Old*. .....1toW II.... Fire. dirt WATSON'S HOUSE OF WENEEO'w \.
: room ..t.. Uaturalabedlaqulre ; rooaa. W/W arf4, 321 hew Term. Stark. .oItl..1 sow Uro*. (1.000. rood. North..8R-IOO era 8R229. '- VACUUMS Maay ._.. elaaw qS HOMES TO (ELL.
/I7UIII.I.II/.h" at Te-Roaa Motel. 717 W. Call SL ........ Pbeae (44-5410. 2tcb. B/3 1016 W. Pratt 8t..alter. 9:30 Pboae M4-9743. Up ........ Ueod

(',\'%"tOR M>I.T)i Hivrllng.Jrwvlrv. 1900 N. Temple, Starhetfcbg .... 447l or M4-TM1, .!...JlZ.----- 7/27. .ack.... ............ Part HOMES.
7.17 4tabgM CHRYSLERS door and. ...... .
'. diamond, roln, |948 ; .rl. for all
d.nl.l'Ee4.. Uvli.lt\ toil : "i1iOME SEWING MACHINES. ,,factored te orlfrlaal. ..., GO cA i-i'---W.; "..... .,...... 404 N.W, PRACTICAL a PRETTY 103 W. Cypress -
4-
UNFURNISHED with 3 HtPAIREOl AB ..koetoaatW. ... Ora' >aly eoct(31*.will aall 10th .
Ave
antwhvrv. Phiinvlr, _d"....Make // Phase Galaeevllle. Atrium. 1 BR IB. CH8.A. coiy family room
APARTMENT Small. (79 ......2 batbe.wttk 12 aoro. Uo4 sad ...J...... h. W... Ire (175. Alee, t bolaiat. Pboae 376-7110.
Ilil tenon. 17.111"". 3/W el I.... Carpet. CM/A. M4-4929.: llpd U/cbg LR. DR. K. p'cture.que' covered patio nearly I
Jaatoe
.. $7.W.ekgu.rwtsd. P.6833.. 7111
meat* P. 944-7921: BtehgSEVERAL
per 747H7
tlrhEP Phase. TM-1H77. 1/18 // new carpet A drape quiet.
\' itchg 7/27 .4>*>Uaeforaorof. Morgaai YdEyY ITEMS, WardaCeaiolo UTILITY: i it iNGS. Au

I.AM: IIIRMALE:: Key. 'R:!.aJ. aril Hwy ... U/ebg ,faatary 4-apd PICKUPiLWB ......, Stor... (171, ........1 prrwlrod. rocop.to SAMPSON' LAKE! MH with 4 BR. 2 B. CH4A.

Hlonr lldKhti :\1,. tree onon MOBILE H i'Iii.; KOWINQi Large nod eaaali radio boater, CB. Good Koeaaar ....It.r. *I2S: ( <.... light switches, S.hl., 821.500.
to III u,. Iran InnIEhburheed luralehed le PIt_ aod ...,. OWNER FINANCED! 212 Redgrave :3BR :3B '
country tees a
of hum ,, ..*.... Call Boat Clark wadltlou.Only SI4OO. P.... K earner* dryer, *IOOiLawemewer grass
now 782-3481. tlcbg 7/17 -Se .117'.111I.. "/."; M4-72SI. Itpd 7/27 (30. Sylvia Delivered and tot ep.Fawacmg lots
"Horn' loin permit mobile PALMSAPARTMENTiiEffUloacy: Wlllta, 1530: W. Madison, avalmkle, up t. 48 4M W. Madlton 4BR 18 CHAA
home. and Homo overlook. a PLAN Our lint SIGN PAINTERS MAKE : Apt. E-5. Stark, S.44975.Hod : ,. ...,.. te payi (0 alae Lot Linie' Lake Santa Fe- "'.500 '
-
.lake. "Priced la sell with turalebed. year "Iro.$it'
7117roiDi available.. ...... of S"....,
New Bee of MONEY. .. a alga. p.Utor Lot near Klrtgtley 125 A-*7SOO
terns from S2IH down la S III Weekly. er ...t..,. 2313 N.Temple emehma toy*. 9444020 M4-4021.. d/... .
month.. elemental. A.... ....... tlcbgM00ERNAPARTMENT. gift sad ........,. Dealer ojew.Free hafaraiatlae. Bead TRACTOR i with 7000' CB bldg bu*. or warehouse
per frontage on fcR.21 availably.HYUIEMST. aud ....;. ....... .....* eayvolop* t* Rudy J dual. diet' .........,..........*.. LIMEROCKl IS .bade Store1 Living qtr 130.000 !Lev/ley f
.... Palatert n.... SEVERAL. ITEMS, J.... ,..,.. ton
H....... __ .. N. mveatmeat. tI. Bte fortlllaor, many
.aU"3n. 3/3011/chE Or take ad- 11_.a. 198.W..... FU. Deere .......,. NODS, Comet ........rIa., roto-dloe.. Rune ..'". Pit... 783-4172 ...... AFFORDABLE, 2 tory 40* N. Walnut large lot

HELP WAMTEDI DENTAL Furalahad.. BR,vary....., ....... of ... *peUIumme .... 'nel'-! __ Mercury 19M. ,.ZOO. 1969Toyota. |.*.. **,*00 ||,.. P... ends and alter. weekday*. J1J N. St. Clalr. 120.000 ? .
Pull .. par, shag .or..'.. drapes A If:. .keaie* ..... ...' (1M: | latoraatUaalCamper 782-3337.Lawtoy,alter S.SO.Itpd 7204bg 8/1* 412 Lake St.. 2 house .
tin. ..KoritoM H.IhU.. .Via. Ideal for eae ample ee retired beak a party pern Can; 12036730494 -' REMODELING.BUILDING ...u..wages, (179.: 7/27 411 Lake St. +- 3 house .,' d.
Call 47345B5: : : for aa latoivlow. ........N..........Of er write Sat ... repair; Ask.e Marie. Groea, SIGN PAINTING. Pas;, Green. Acres lot S2IO.
tlchgLOST pete, ,Starke{ Partlee. Aveei :... M001.1M New bVb... baths iamOy.reee T.".'* SawmU, Lawtoy, TRUCK- CAMPERS: 1(74 oa.day. .........See Rudy at 711 Laura remodeled home <",
Phone 9447279.pie .... 7/it7 *., Irish, bleak. Itpd 7/27 Open Road ....., sow,8 /lI. Waldo Flea Market. Friday,
--- --------- Euclid
esa.rSFireplace. Saturday' Sunday, M..... MH 61 Epperson St. ,
Tan ....... paall FURNISHED' I AND-a BRApartmeate. DENTAL YYGIENMT. Pal. ......1..'.. Orllu.C.a.Iroetls TiN ACRES paetureUad., .long. bad.4.. Belf-.ea.>taJaed*1.100.P. .,. in 4tpe! 7127RABBITS LOCATION LOCATION. LOCATION: Call u* tar
.... ........ near ..,1... Highway, sleep Complot
July 17. Lat Very large er part U... K.,...*.: 'he.. 4732108 -. unusual opportunity near Holiday Inn. "
....
7/27
ball park. A 0...... le Rusty, room. CI.... Carpeted I aaddrapoa. .....&., Fhu Cal 473.45.5 or73.1572.: TF/eh laoulre Katta. Miller, 1901: E. _-114.7024. Had. FOR' '" SALE i
Child' .... pot. Cal 473- Prefer adult. oaly.N far aa. Meer,_..tfekfl II Mile Road, ......1... H'... BAHIA .;AY'i Arioatma,, Moat ..t., breeder Phew LARGE APT BLDOi Fully r.nt.d-tax benefit
479:1: bolero .....at altar:5 pets .Do...... Phew 9(4 BRADFORDBCPTIC ""'It. 4M7I or pheae 1-313- hlchly. fert...... Phew 904OOTl 944-7173. lit ttkg. 8/10 BLOCK OF STORES: Excellent condition -

p.m. Itpd 7/27 8071. Itchg 721EFFICIENCY LPN'S NEEDED RelUIohBt. TANK BERVICEt BradfordraaUoethq ::181..447.27 2tcag. 8/3 U/eag LAMINATING i LlftlmoprotectUe Heart of Starke .

3-11 .... aad II to 7 ......t.. *4O.Coeaaionlal YARD"SALE S.'u.d..ad far vajuabmpapere. BESSENT ROAD-3 or 4 BR. CHAA V, acre

FOR SALE i I 13 daublo- aid ..*."*-| .....Stark N....... Rome. aaaf. I laduatrlal.Fully ... ......,. SR18 ih mlloe YARD Stark SALE. behlad 340 N.Talk Lake8t4 photograph your BE A LANDLORD House.Apts. SI4 S. Epperson
room.3 1/2 .... North ea Phew 9444420. ffahgPOSITI9N Sassed. P..... M481U S....... Cottage S17 Westmoreland
wide mobil h..... R.Irl,.,- wed el Itpd 7/27 B... Saturday all day. llpd cllpplaga *&0. Feet carvlce,
slur, .&0".. central H/A. US-301, Uadorweed. Motet c1'fA .f.ijii.; > UabfBOX'S 301 AUCTION T...,....,. 4 7/27 law....9*by say....... 10 HAMPTON LAKEi Sophisticated. homes you will
S8.500.: Cloaa. good. tlckgMISCELLANEOUS : percent dloceumt. uHlh> asp' loveLAND
Friday. 7i30 ....
4BR.2 bathe d.a. meal .. Bradford .Ceaatyretidout. SAW SHOP Ceaatote 6.alon .t thin ad. BULLINGTON
condition. ale. Buyer Auction.Now TRAVEL TRAILER 1974MkUeNerria. : 40 acre*. home trailer SS5.000
aadi aaeaemmalydleadvataad.
473: .2117.1 tpd 7/27 I .Meat be high. ..orC"! oorvteo. and roe. merchandise, 31 IL. AC STUDIO 14-7X71. 7/13 27 acres cleared near Hampton Lake.
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RUMMAGE 8Al7E7FrIday; ) I : ...... gradeat aid. able Mde > ...... Hewer ..... bollewgroeiad US-801 North .. Ht."' .: completely soS-.....I..d. EXECUTIVE HOMEs Cypress Early American

and Saturday. 9 .... til all phaeee of pelallag. and .......... Leavea 7/27 4tpd 8/17 110 I2v. 20 ft aide. await'eaer. 4000'home,office, stables, 3 acres 3 fireplaces.
furaltura, Apply at 1'''. Stole Employ: S ....... dm.., Floriland Realty view
dark. Homo! FREE KITTEN Male. ,bhwl. Jaabam lauding flapply.. CAMPER BALE: 1972Nlmreil. LAKE GENEVA Estate with breathtaking
S......... 20* W. Call ".".'., (a* er etectrl
sad 8R-2I bo- meal ... __ Bl kte.
clothing toy* .. W It., .
whit. 3 .... Pmyful 393 N.
and (725 .
: Temple
me* Slogs 4. Avo.Storhe
...... 1 er refrlferaler, I .Id..'
,...., Jasmine and Paatb. for ..Pd,... 8R-10H .II.D. .. S', wbg 1/27 U/ebb beet after. Phoae 8444210.Itpd taaka.. radio-tape tern ,Pie VERSATILE N. WALNUT.II rooms,3 baths,
Pink ho..... Itpd 727MAINTENANCE ... Trailer Park, I.., j 7/27 eye could be home and office or 3 Apts. Beautiful,
mw.Ti ,. Brlpatrastr. BULLDOZER WORKtSeull tit,.**.-..,. Mary either. "47701N.
tralor ea light.' Itchg 721BUZUKI .. Jim Walter ....., daaor, kjadiUarlua. .... too"". that meet ba fenced back yard paved driveway best
-- have work available for eaatraat sad. ...*..... Pboa JiamatyM.rtla. YARD Teals aad _. t* aperockite. Like. .., te BuBd I lit aereaad neighborhood owner financed
( wHb ...... 000000treetor 944423O..7/17.u, h. ether II..., aayday batSunday. sow.Phew 4523/5,600. ap Iota lor .... hi City FARM MODERN HOME 23 acres on Wilson
,TRAINLEi The city of ,'MQiQR I c.vCtlS la all part .. the 43S P...., S,...... Itpd 7/27 ----- ... Road with: BR 28. CHAA barn pecan trees

Keyetone Height I Is now State. Plenty. of w'". Suk- :I 7/27 2tpd 8/3 IBB, garif* apt.. ea Large *20 BUTLER ROi 111,300-3 BR home In good
:4 accepting appUtatloa for 2, ....'.ct.r ma.t bavead.uato 'WANtE I : Let. V. ... Te Every location
Malnteaaaec. Trainee' or STARKEi your. crevrc "teela" ,. BACK DOOR SALE Friday Philip W. Clark ,...., Vary *ay ,_..
Applicants mud moot the autkerixed Suuhl. doajer,. Pheue 7321714 -, .. .. Saturday, Plant, heuaobold -
following quallllcatlooel Phono 9(44020. 1440 South. tranepertaUeuu Ioot_. S ... 10 ..... GOOD PRICES PAID far Item. clotblag.Jewelry REALTOR: 2 fiery:9 BR. 2 BA wood We are turning Impossible" Into an everyday
1. Cola. Till. VI oUgible. Walnut 1301 South .. for ,t. JIM WALTER need aubil home U mart- eta 1231 Butler [B KEYSTONE frame home, over 100 occurrence.

.2, Abl.,, te do laadecapa.. Wark..:.LU/ehg. r .. ,HOMES..: MOl South Pine. gage 4* 3/4 paid. er aaere.OUN'S k.... behind mobile h.... HEIGHTS year .''d. I. feedeeadltloa. .----
maintenance, and general RrRrUnan Ave* Oaale. Equal. 0....> MOBILE HOME Uchg 7121GARAGE Office(1904)473-4700) .
.labor. Pleaae contact Mrs kooky Employer 7/27 ttckfl SALES. ...-1601. Opea 7 BALE Saturday -----
of
Stale Evealace ... ...., The leaning tower
Stone, Uorld' II you largo
8/3 days. weshhLUebgCOINS 9 ..7 Sehul Farm. SR.
Employment Service' Clay 229A p.m.Sa-.. Wool U 229A. 1904)4734037EllooaG.SUaley) OM tkle 6 5R. 4 BA with 1 Pita Increases its
,. County Aoo... Highway 14,. ,PO'QUt I WANTED' 1944 and Leek. far white f... eadalgea. ----- ... .. beautifully madocapod -
Ureen. c.". Mpringa, or call CountyFOR ever. PaytoeDhnee, 33o Or..SR.29.... leak yard.. Price. to .... inclination by one Peunson

*: 473-3711 ..,. hi.: AU application ,StlTlCTS -b.Quarter. 82*, Helve., toe ....*. Itckg 7/27 BaUamaa foot each 100 year 1 Lillian
mull bo ..cl..... by Sljoit Clad H..... 1965-49.: Eveakitai. 473-3045 P....944.7700VoraloP.Udeea.GRI REALTOR

the cloao ol bunlnaie hour ALCOHOLICS 45: *| aloe bevmg. eld. ged.Pbeae 'SEVERAL' ITEMSi :9 .
on Thuraday August 3. 978.. ANONYMOU8i Phone'94488(4 .'- 9444250: after 6 p.m. ablte,teat..1&111 po. COULD BE YOUR R...Real Eilate BRANCH OFFICE
Bryan
Uvlag room Ralph
Itchg 7/27 er 94448M., ../... 7/13 U.b.NTFD. Broker llll 301 NORTH.PLAWTEY.FLOKIDAA
?? Jt air eai drape* BEST MOVE
d tell tx I lJME.JWBIIWTLaaMy.aadIbut TO BUY' Hard-I'' IU.4'mattrbh. patlgs ..auawUk lot. thtnlBR ....... .wU.* Erna.9845476P.arIZJrewa r : : '* *. i-,....'Re111E.tate l \ .. 7824866
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.,r acre*with graded read en 2aide SALE FOLK REDUCE.It...*. .Fluid 7824432. licbg (R0FARM Batter Torrteo,'pheee 9448410. lead .war Maa.**d. I...,Lariat s..,..,r.. I Ill acre parcelo plaatedpoature
Uad.Approximately wish X-Pel, .1....' from Mobile I. good **ad. 782-M94 9648788S ea graded read
.. High' and dry GUITAR Baaetlful Oasesbrad lUbg 7/27 Aasoel.te -
It...'. Drug.. Starke, 68lOtpd mead agri aeveral. lackooio
rollerNorth AND EQUIPMENT ONLY 111300.PUBLIC. -
3 ; 5'5BRe.S5U05
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I of Keyitone. W.t... never ass, atlO la rkjma. | 8/16 whets 120 .. 160 ...... Geed BUSINESS I PROPERTY Off SRIlS from (8.9SO.: with
12 1/2 pereseldown.
Realty Realtor. 209-1270. bee with &0... Guitar" hasspruce field crop bad Columbia. c C.: ....of U-301 and 8R-221: BR. .. ... acre. -
Itpd 7/27 top with mahayae? I WILL BABYSIT m my Bradford er U.... C_..,. la Lawteyi laaulre L. MM-**. Rd. 8.7 acre* SR-IOO al 100A .
Malay tare rrYa,.1 Ne realtor. Pboae 1-388- Be SeaMatoe. STARKEi 3 Br, I ball, -S 8R43020
back. ..d aide.. MUST homo Dorlty, P.O. 55*. acre 113:100.:
SELL, .ball prim 40. Ideal child, Ills S (hlldrea. 7414. 7/27 2t kg 8/3 Fm. 32082.7201114DOWNTOWN AUCTION HAA. 200 ... ft pie null motel. 301 North
It_. ee) largo aarear lei ii'-b':; ;"
-"' cat 498-3720. (35/wk. Rat lunch -2 BR. ea ... acre, 4BR, 2 CH/A "
MOBILE HOME FOR for 727 Zlpd gilt 8/3 ........... P.... 4732788. WANTED TO RENT with BUSINESS Tee many extra te Bel Market. IU.Bulldmg built-in.. rage-area. .... :5
3DR. Idr alet. Geedteeatloa
SALE Fully equipped. bllldlog -----
; 2w35.d- .
toile 7/27 eptiea te buyi AUCTION late ea SR-100 acre Foray Hd..(47.500.
I 1/2 bath 2 air unite for I meet 301 8TARKE. 3 BR. I beta.
reem ...... la aeaatry. a.3t SB-ISO. Beoeaat Rd., awl -----
.with large attached aide. DEER DOG PUPPIES HONE REMODELING. "Um : P.... 448-2238 bolero _. .......*. Phono 1: Nortlt.U..rtI. HAA brick. 11_.la Pared Ceuatry Club.:. 34 J5: acroa 1340 aa US-301

porch. Mud .acrlflc.. Fulllol.rmstlan Walker., black' excellent sad tea "'. the It_. we .. U." er alter 3 .... Itpd 7/27 auk for. Boa, owner oaleeman. Public AactUaew H.I,.... Bilk.r oaorn -I BR, X bath, bally Term S56.50O.: :
call 4734213.Itchg nixed' mother Terse available. 7/13 IjMO It
avrnga.raeera plus ee, ---
father etoadynnner .... addlUooM. pUmbUg.afcMtrleel \ ... used ...rhadi. room, fntt St. .
7/27 Jump ,dig wormed roofing, .... Good Vi.uJTEt:. ....U. hem lUhg727Philip ..., lladarnaaatemeat. .... .wlSTARKEi --- -1 acre t. 50: acreaeeveral 2 BR Bungalow new .,
puppa>*are
MedoTeefficiency nod ready le ... Pheae 496- work at ,..-! ........ aU sad.1....WIB pick. ... Furniture.. A -- location. love, washer A dryer,
FOR RENT: rot.._... Pheae ....-80.7. OLIN'S MOBILE: HOME I F.,... HolghtoMaullul -14 acres Sil16Cklekaa 13000. Will coneldtr
apartment, full 20.:1: 7127 llpd 7/27 4tpd SAT BALES ("-6101. 0,.. 7 :W.Clark Wel.aasuyR.-a heavBy weeded. Farm, elo.o ... trailer ea trade
bath full .kitchen. completely PLYMOUTH day a wash ../.... I REALTOR lot, high. sad dry, paved -D..bl.wld.. 4BR. 2
Suttee -- -
furnished. TV, central... W.1970..., good .....".... TRACTOR WORK Largo m KEYSTONE Every Friday "'...., bald. your ewe bath .11 8RI6Prim Lovely 3 or 4 BR I 1/2
and .1.. 1175: heme .like ...
heat p.month. er you may _..,...., US.
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dlxlag *
'ermll I.bs. ... bath, block homo, .
largeLR
( velvet. .... ., (30 7.30.
Call between. :5 p.m.7 00,gold ._1... bash'....... Pboae. TIIIISTMIN13TNSCE. HEIGHTS of ..... Call for detail SOI and UR combo family
7 black couch, (100.frlgldalre -----
p....473-4115. llpd 7/27 It. vinyl dlekwaekor, 75. Jimmy' ........, 9(44136. Office. ((904)\ )473-4700 Dealer. A..". BR.2 tMthm' --:bUe haaa. -3 BR.home US-SOI.and ...1..... nom..'.ID .kltcboa.. W IW

call 4964902. 7/27 2lckg 8/3 7/27 4tchg 8/17 Eveamg Every Thursday >a lake, (10,700.KEYSTONE preperly. Railed carpet cuatcm drnp**.
1904)4734037EUeeaG.) 4.... -20 acre. area. CH/A 2 ear carport Sera
NOW OPEN *** -28 "'.., 3 BR, brick.Rreeker. .
W.Clark SIGN PAINTING Fat ** A
Philip GARAGE SALE Saturday, ----- -- ------ S perch utility Mange
beglaelng. at 16 ...., day ........ See Eudy. at .Spec Available .StanleySaleamaa W. by 1 piece er .u ./ rests etartlag (.,acre.10. .. bid,..I.e. 150.000.Owa.r
REALTOR: Ho........ Ita... lothaa W.... Flee Market. Friday. ,. .......or ...|.....u.... Wo ;.arms. -,lab camp, SampaoaLake. laaced.

m KEYSTONE odd. and end. 85: NE" '5th .SatuMlay 74taJ7t7YARD, Sunwlay, Meeday. 10x12 28mo. Erealegi:4734005: ale take ..........*. ----- -.acres. and lick ...d. off 3'IR frame hems; with I

HEIGHTS Avonn. one black aortal at 10x24- .88"/mo./ .. Ru.n-A-S.IkrsWELCOME- A JI.PATRAY BROKER Grim Leap.We I ft acres, on grated road.,

Office |904|473-4700 Highway ,100. 7/27 llpd. FOR THE SWINGA .,ot... Height. FU.MNeo have other I3.0UU. "
WORK INFOnMATIONCONTACT Home
Evening RUMMAGE SALEi FOR SLIDE SET --- lie 'DAYEVEA WEEKENDS:
with
Hedge Trimming 5
73-3441 473 2039 X BR frame
}19041473-4037) : Saturday,.A age** S free t Lawn Raking : "C.. this cemlertoble 6 Open Everyday. '___ ..... aba t aero late, EZ Phone 78218011.MlK
--- -- .... until 7 320 SW Sib Lawn Mawlnfl TatflMAS REALTY room home. le ea a ejalotrfreet ( to:5 Dude Marshall D........ arms G..". Loop.Evoalaget .
Ellen 0.StanleySaloomaa A"....., block. house by Parking. Lot SAFEI 3 BR ...op' Salesman
Church. .1 God 7/27 2ukg daanwpFRIC > N4-8162 fenced back yard (33.500 'Pb...9044911 473-4379
after S:I p.m. Ralph P.Bryn.R.altar [B
Evening*)473-3005: 83SOOOCM ESTIMATES

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FOR BEGINNERS FURNITURE SUNSHINE ACRES EXIOB Station For lease THOMAS 444208Wayae----

.la a good location, this :5 REFINI8HINGFroeEetkaata [r13 E.Denglaa

room b..I... I..aly. ----- A........
$11,000. It has living. and : j jSaaklaeAre 800 Walnut St. Stark*. REALTY 44-4)993): ,. .k: NIBL.'CSJR.;
Heg.Real Estate Broker
dining r...., .hitches, two Philip W. Clark '20.000 To '25,000 Investment Required 621 North w....,81.Starhe. Phone 64.7829MNortkTempb

bedroom. ,owner financed .Florida 32091 > AT?.
.. FrL8a.m.4:30 Paid Training
M. REALTOR ,
p.m.Pheae".w774 .LBEUeoeG.Staaley KEYSTONE' : : 044152Farmery AJ.1...... .rkq 129$1 lorida,
FAULKNER
r ,I HEIGHTS For Mora'Information ..aI Eetal.Ga. .

IIOUSECLEANING Office ((90414734708Evoafcaga Call R.D. Tedder Jax. Acre Let* 100 South REALTY D3 ,

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(, 19041478-4037) 4 S Acre.a 10/A aear City

----- 904-721-0366 Llocte _____ 2305 N.Temple Pour bedroom frame,
SPECIALAny Philip W. Clark Seetb 101 Bear City Starke.. FloridaPaulH.Faalkaer CH / A, fireplace. outbulldlag .
An Equal Opportunity Employer Jude Moody
SalaumeaEvah Limit 450 It. read *. II acre, paved

Single Story REALTOR >gi 4734045 rrwo--- BIVETERANS Realtor Associate. heels... Beaker read, fenced.Edward .

House 134.95 H KEYSTONE, Ready to Help ----- $044000Psrmdtes *" Rd.'"sBR. t 1/2
Stor'lIouHtt HEIGHTS A SPECK: OP DUST : You With Your Seats 301 sear s.-.... tAra 3 bath DR. LR. FR with I'
5 3/4
acre
,, ::19.93 t069.95 Office. ((9041473-4700 Weald die ef .........* lathl : :: Real Estate Needs. .121 ft, read BR,.S. Frame ...... with fireplace, gang, assents

None Higher Evening delightful SIR al. :37743 ft-481-1014 tree tag* .....**. ....... Late ef ..... ?_,-_

Mobile Homes 19.95 |11104)]4734031EUeonG. ohMtrie ....* earpatedaad Four BRTrBetb, ....rot. read freatage.Buiidlag Pram 0..... 2BR '
Double Wide $29.95 ----- hardwood ......,ea 0 I One Beautiful Lot Left I ih crystal : black. .._. W. Madleaa ---- garage, la tawa. .. ,V<
i aero el ..... .. er ...... homo -
Stanley Mwe. NaIM' .... frame .... ea 1 acre m I
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Lake Homesites Off Fla. i.Uvehi. let. eve ea acre U
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This a preure 5.1..16Ev.argi:473.3009 2 glary frame reedy reeoeeable.Acrea. .
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..... Cemee eemplete wish. ....a. country very I
chemical cleaning I Tee ale I.d. -
guaranteed to remove BSaaw_ ttslnOMlI I 100 On S.R. 18 On 'Roads a' i LONGCIIAMF i ----- pele'atmlty.. eoptle bogs Uak. (4.500.Bght, ,'. Pi.S&o.;; ...., I :"

mildew,. bugs, stains, TEN PECAN TREES imimI Home and BufldlngM Story traaae. nee wart etty. jut afl US 301.
e aeede oaeae
Lake Smite
,I 3 Bedroom
privileges
Shade this 3BR brisk /s III" ....... lot with' I
.. barb
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etc.Tall t rUI- prmed I BR. I LR DR. .:
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Collect 964.8981alter home great. for the lot I CSMTIi.. II J 2 Bath Sun Deck a J eOr JI -- 2BR. frame .. family roam, carport. '
WE BU1LDYourPlan3 hot eat
Included
: 6 pain .Imo buyer. 816..... 1 BR. I hdY douwlewlde. L."" .,,
limit. He. ben _____
rtsneilno Molding I To Your Plans: : Or Our* mobile. homo with CH/A.. city remodeled. wltb air., fire.eUee. r... 20..... tract ., '
I : | YourLoCOrOun oo* ........ears, with big very
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Kitchen Cabinet bora. nod tranter, eat Oaly s-.I..ft 88... L

I TOMMY'SLAN16LEIRIUWe I I Counter ., "I I CallAstable ''- : I II FREE ESTIMATES ---Themae $83,500.r- --- eavod reed.levoral :

|I vsnltl. | ', RemodeIlDc Repairs F.Dol... We have waterfrealproperty eomm'RaUerdi ..daI lots 55
Additions .. .Real Estate
101.
1, Offer ....._ FREEESTIMATES N Broker ----- ... ---- .
a4 W H9M9S" Homes Bought
< p OI 944-4142 Cell tdsy abut 101 SBR. t bath.;LR.
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CeaHBorami
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COMPLETE DOZER WORK, ,
9444141Sanaa
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ROTARY PUSH MOWER CHAISE

22" cut '3 H.P. BAS engine recoil start manual 4- EDGER '
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wheels,chrome"1' handle-mounted throttles.Save today Reg. 2988
and make Summer lawn chores easierl!

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BLACK/WHITE T-V $ 00
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100%Solid State Chassis 75 sq.inches S-J69 ,
r" r viewing area. Quick start picture instant j
sound.White hi-Impact plastic cabinet. He.LD5MECHANIC'S

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$ Strong 5 bar construction'var; WASH
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comfortable way to get In and 5 9 7 5 Ply 960 Ft. $ 544 aerosol can. Pre- ,
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DRINK MIX ICE CHEST .
CHEST BREEZEBOX
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Reg. 3 only\ $49-8' Reg. *14'' '1"8 : ': Metal Handles :
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GIANT 24" TRIPOD LEGS .. 88 0 $1488

WROUGHT IRONSWING 2-HANDER BARBEQIIE GRILLS .. ,
GLASSES ReQ. $88
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With Canopy Novelty 10"x17"
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repellent l rust resistant
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