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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 3, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Rlpley'a Believe It or Not may not
be beating a path to the Pendarvis
Farm In Lawtey, but there are a '
couple) of oddities that will catch your ? A- WaterLoggedCitizens

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aeven-year- Jersey cow ownedby p 1rilk...! ,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coleman y Protest
gave birth to twin calves early
Thursday morning July 20; one bull
and one heifer. The proud father was kit
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a Brahma, and Mrs. Coleman Mid 0' '
that In the 18 year the and her Lack of Action
husband have been raising cows this 'a' City

is the first set of twins. may look like Boy Is staring at r a

.. reallycan't see oat of his
.
The second unusual sight to be seen y. eype.The Appaloma was born W After wading Into City Hall through rain swollen Thompson Street the Starke
at the Pendarvis
horse ei-acre Farm Is a with a hardened right eye. ,teas City Commissioner's were met with a deluge of citizens'complaints about poor
with
a glass eye. Boy an drainageinthocityinTuesday'sregularmonthlymeeting.
Appaloosa also owned- by the ,
Colemans was born with a hardened 'The mother of the 14-day-old twins y "e /r i.,4 Five 1nchelof rain Monday and Tuesday accompanied by a reported tornado
right eye. He has no sight In the eye, lets both calves nurse at the same -, f L four miles west of Starke prompted residents from ''southeast' sections of
and Mrs.Coleman says that when he's time. When the calves were first born, .A4 .'f being ridden through the woods he'll the mother wasn't expecting two so .., 0 .1
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run himself and the rider Into limbs on she just allowed one to nurse at a ,c "M i' :'!t. fi w Southgate Drive residents' Sylvia has the equipment that we need, we
his right aide.f time. # f1iJ ; .. Quiette Barbara Gloria and Joe don't even have a bulldozer. I don't
,1/11I/ I '" ", I' Webster told commissioners they had know what Mr. Hodges told you. but It
117 =r, I." :, "'1 confronted them with the flooding la getting near election time." Mrs.
.
f '' r t-.. problem on Southgate four months Quiette had earlier said that County
County Requests '. '. ,"\\1,1 earlier during the heavy spring rains Commissioner Hodges had promisedher
k ; ;J \ b'. and nothing had been done yet. that something would be done
about the frequent flooding of her
j. n Commissioner Charles Schaefer explained yard and neighborhood.Commissioners .
.
I Courthouse Space .. : ., to the citizens that the city
'
) < 11'\:'"- utilities workers numbering ten. had and citizens agreed
..,..,.,,, a tremendous workload. Including 50 that the major reason for the backupof
""tt .. which would into that the
; new building permits require water yards was
Allocation Hearing ; 4t e .. :: .: :r.-' sewage and electrical lines. drainage ditches In many areas of
town were stopped up. Retired city
p. The lack of assistance from the engineer Merrill McMillan specifiedthat

f The courthouse space "hot potato"' courts impede them in the discharged This Jersey cow mother on Pendarvis Farm In Lawtey Isn't letting the countywasalsocitedbySchaeferasacamera the Southgate Drive problem
,' has been tossed back to Chief Circuit their responsibilities and Impairthe get any closer to her twin calves. The twins are 14 days old, and It reason for the delay. "I'm not calling where heavy rains have caused
Court Judge Theron Yawn Jr., with arequalt efficient administration of justice, seems the mother has accepted the fact that she'll have to keep up with, one E.W. Hodges a liar but we haven't yet standing water above house floor
for a hearing filed Friday, said the order. more young 'un than she bad counted on. gotten the county to help us with our level could be encouraged also be-
IJ July 28, by county attorney Dudley serious drainage problem. The county cause of an earlier engineering
Hardy. The judge also said the commissioners mistake. "The water in this area
had furnished other flows south and then turns east but

Hardy filed a reply to the' agencies with courthouse space free. 9 Days Left for BC Voters To the drainage ditch runs north which
temporary restraining order Judge (An obvious reference to the Parole RegisterBradford puts the water at a standstill In the
Yawn Issued, halting the modification and Probation office). yards."
of the grand jury room In the courthouse
to provide more office space for In his reply Friday, Hardy stated County voters have just On the county level two County Democratic: primary for the StateHouse Superintendent of Utilities S.R
the state attorney and public the the appropriation nine days left to register to vote in the Commission seats are up for grabs District 25 seat Republican Hicks had started cleaning out parts
defender, asking him to lift the order and diversion to other uses would first two primaries and local' while two School Board seats will be Howard Dunn Keystone Heights, will of the ditch on Southgate Tuesday
and requesting a fac(finding hearing Interfere with the proper functions of municipal elections. contested and since all county meet the winner in the general elm. afternoon and commissioner Joe
t If he does not. the court Impede the court In the discharge candldatajltare! Democrats the four tion set for Nov 7. Warren laid .that Hicks had deter
.. of responsibilities and impair' Registration books close 'at theSupervtsorof'EtecUanS' races '\vln have' only Democratic mined that the problem could best be "
,.. ."" 'At their July 10 meeting, the county .tire-efficient1' dmtaistration'of- of Heto-the": .;)iprkD1B1 I' i, I'I'"' .", "The District 2 seal'ln the U.8/Jtou..../*' solved .by'puUuui,anew. ,culvert on-,.
commission agreed to allow State Justice.. l Bradford Courthouse August a, at S II of Representatives is- also open. Palm Street the street directly
Attorney Eugene Whltworth's staff to f, 'I "'"'pm. citizens wanting to registerIT In the County Commission District 2 Republicans Pete Brathwalte, behind Southgate. Mayor Harold ,
use the grand jury room and let "The board admits that It now, and befPori set for Sept. 12 and race Mart, B. Adklns. Jesse J. Gainesville and Anthony P.Wesolowskl. Eppa and the other commissioners I
Public Defender Alan Parlaplano's in years past, has provided other Oct. Starke and Hampton City Wolbertand. .4 (Nook) Norman will Tallahassee will battleIn agreed that a more extensive study
assistants take over a lounge, hearing public agencies with apace! on the Elections! set for Sept. 12. August S faceoff In the Democratic primary: as the primaries for the right to meet was needed, !though and plans were
room and a former judge's office. second floor of the Bradford County falls on a Saturday and the elections they vie for the seat now* held by Democratic:: : Incumbent Don Fuque of made for surveyor Pat Welch to begin
courthose without charge (except for office will be open from 8.30am.to5: George Roberts. Altha. taking levels on the ditches
By law (Chapter 27.34 Florida 'certain, monetary benefits other than p.m. on that date. The District 4 Commission contest Wednesday morning.
" Statutes) the county commission is rent that have been derived from said Includes incumbent E.W. Hodges Nine tickets qualified for the race to
required to house the state attorneyand public agencies) without any legal Two campaigns are set for the Steve Cardin and Paul I. Meng. follow Reubln Askew and Jim Saratoga Heights residents' Clint
public defender In the courthouseor requirement that,It provide space to Starke Council. Incumbent. Charles Williams as Governor and.Lieutenant and Ronnie Sellers also voiced flood
pay for office space and all said agency. (The Parole office often Schaefer and Ted Oglesby are School Board seats for Districts 1 Governor in Florida. complaints asking that the ditch
ancillary services elsewhere. provides inmates work in the county running for the Group 5 council seat and 3 will be contested. Incumbent The Republican primary will behind the subdivision be dredged as
road department.) while Robert W. Milner is challenging Arthur Gasklns will face Vernon E. include three teams: Jack Eckerd, soon as possible. The problem of alack '
Yawn, chief judge of the 8th Incumbent Harold Epps In the race Olin in the District 1 race while J.R. Clearwater and Paula Hawkins, of equipment was again brought
Judicial Circuit, Immediately Issued The reply continued, "The board for the Group 3 seat. Group I '(Jim) Lawson Ronnie Thomas and Maitland/ ; Lou Frey. Jr., Winter up. and the commissioners agreed to
the temporary restraining order has the sole responsibility for Incumbent Wilbur Waters in Rev.Leroy Davis will compete for the Park and S. Peter Capua. Miami; look Into the possibility of securing
stating the space in question Is re allocating the available office spaceIn unopposed. two-year District 3 seat opened up by and Claude R, Kirk. Jr. and Mary assistance from county and state
quired for the use of the circuit court the courthouse and other county the resignation of Arthur Holliday. Singleton both of Tallahassee. agencies.
and county courts for judicial and buildings to the public officials Eight positions are open in Incumbents Pat Spengler, District
f court related purposes. authorized by law to maintain their Hampton's general election ballot. 2.and J.T, Parrish District are un The Democratic primary has the Many of the problem ditches In the
offices In such buildings." opposed. other six tickets: Robert L. Shevln city are owned by the state. Including
The appropriation of the apace and Town Marshall David Huber Tallahassee and Jim Gllsson, Eustis; the one under Pratt Street near
diversion to other uses would Interfere Hardy contends the grand jury appointed to the position In June will Bradford County voters will also Robert Graham, Miami Lakes and Saratoga Heights, and Commissioner'
with the proper functions of theOatorland room was used 11 days in a 25-month former Hampton help choose a State Senator and State Wayne Mlxson Marianna; Bruce Schaeffer agreed to press the Depart
period for grand jury purposes. The Marsha Steve Varnum for anotherone Representative this year. Incumbent Smathers Tallahassee and Charles ment of Transportation for some
response also listed six: pages of related year term. Iris Hart will oppose Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay of Ocala W Boyd. Hollywood; Hans Tanzler assistance either! In the form of a
cases that applied to the county Jane Hall for the City Clerk position will campaign against G.B. "Cap" Jacksonville and Manuel Arques grant and-or equipment!
commission's position. presently held by Mary Lee Allen. Wilson of Alachua for the State Senate Miami; Leroy Eden and Marla Kay The fact that standing water poses a
District 6 slot Both-candidates are both Miami Beach;'and Lt. Governor health hazard was mentioned also asa
"The obvious question involved In Five seats are open on Hampton's Democrats.Tom Williams Ocala and Betty Castor, possible means of obtaining a grant I'
the present dispute Is whether or not Town Council. Incumbent Ted Curtis Tampa. from agencies other than those In-
the Board of County Commissionershas will seek re-election to the council that Rivera Ponte Verde Askew is finishing up his second volved with transportation such as
the discretionary authority to was emptied by the resignation of the Beach.will challenge incumbent term as Governor and can't run for the Environmental Protection
decide how certain space shall be other four councilmen. Also runningfor Frank Williams, Starke in the the office again, Agency.
'allocated and used in the courthouse town council are Paul Nugent,
The law in regard to this questionUs Hank Lott Jr. Charles O. Rowland,
quite clear.So long as the commissiondoes Wilma McDaniel.. WUton Ozell Hart Twister
Sat. Sun.arsE not take any illegal action nor Lola Williamson llilmon Waldron Downpour Rip,County Tuesday :1
: abuse their administrative discretionthen and Leonard Darrah. :
CB ) the county commission may

Coffee Break decide how courthouse space shall be The top two vote getters In the Severe thunderstorms brought ,
US-101' South allocated and used," the reply states. Hampton council election will win flooding, lightning and l high winds to
terms with the next three
the Starke area Tuesday dumpingfive
Hardy said he also asked the finishers winning one-year terms. Inches of rain within a 24-hour n 1
Saturday, Sunday hearing not be set until after August j
14 to allow county judge Elzle Sanders There may also be a race for themayor' period. t I
"f' National Guard to attend. .. seat in Hampton. Mayor Damage from a twister, which hit a e
J '
.' Training at Armory William Summers announced his small area on Bayless Highway (SR. ,
resignation along with the four 225) four miles west of Starke about 4p.m. / I
Bigamist; Gets resigning councilmen to be effective Tuesday was estimated at$5,000
Monday,A....7 Sept 13 but has since withdrawn that by Harry Green chief of the Bradford
,resignation saying he will serve the County Volunteer Fire Department.One i f
Years
BC Commission Three remaining year of his term A legal barn was destroyed and another 1'd
ta.m.tawtoy decision will apparently have to be' damaged on Aubrey Twiford's ,
v Bigamist Minton Lynn Jones was made to decide whether Summer's property. A mobile home damage ,
151 Council sentenced to three years at Florida resignation Is ,binding.! to Michael Newsonie. was "
",i 7:10 p.m.ElksElkottos. State Prison by Judge Wayne Carllse but not demolished when the tell of a
Monday after pleading guilty earlier After Summers "resigned" Pauline large tree toppled by wind Into
"t'x to grand theft of a rotoSUer from Fred Dishman qualified to run for what appeared Its side. .
VP Visitation. Johnson Carlisle had asked for a pre- to be an open mayor's seat ,,
I' Supper p.m.Meeting sentence Investigation before delivering The primaries will involve county Other damage Included about a 90 i
I p.m. the sentence. races state races and one U.S. House per cent loss of 30 acres of corn grown I
seat race. by Lloyd Douglas on land leased from I
.. Jones was transferred from Brad- Pitt Newsome. The Newsomes lost
{ Tuesday',Aug.S ford County Jail with little fanfare Gatorland CB Club several pecan trees and
to
rl Monday afternoon, despite arbor and a large oak was topped,at ., I
-
00 Hampton Council considerable publicity he received the home of Lester Crosby. fy ,
7iMp.m from his claim of having as many. Hold Benefit Coffee Mrs. Newsome said there was no
o 27 wives. Jones' had charges of funnel cloud usually associated with
I' Brooker Council bigamy, grand theft larceny, fleeinga 'The Gatorland C.B. of Starke will a tornado. A guage at the Newsome George Twlford...Jack Norman survey tornado damage lo Ifce horse stalls i '
7i30p.m. policeman and driving without a hold a "Coffee Break" three miles home measured four Incites of rain at the Aubrey Twlford residence on Bayless Highway., four miles west ofSUrke .
license when he was jailed In May. south of Starke on US-301 at the Monday and two on Tuesday. "
BUARCB' The state attorney's office dropped Whispering Pines Motel beginning at In Starke measured five Inches dung The twister touched down about 4 p.m. Tuesday doing about n....damage r 1
Bel.of Directors other charges, however when Jones S p.m. Friday, Aug. 4 and running the same period.

Sunshine-7iMp.m.Acres charge pleaded guilty. to the. grand theft through 4 p.m. Sunday.Aug., 6 July ush'erd in the rainy season in Santa Fe fire tower; :3.4 Inches to total of 3.48 Inches In' the two-day I ",:l

.a '" .-...,.. Also In court Monday, Jones' The "Coffee Break" t is'being held this area with an average rainfall of Union tower} but only 1.. inches to period. >,,, :%?/ I>1V I
iy brother, Charles Edwin Jones for the benefit of Clinton Prevail of 13.SS Inches In Union County and 12.7 Louis Hill tower at Highland. Continued thundersnowers were
; Chi "
rotottller and was given a six: month gas explosion In his. car and also for average for July is 7.12. Camp Standing reported a total of Thursday with from one u>two Inches I Iof .
?;: Stair Bank re-trfallnterventlon by Judge Wayne Rev.John A. Strickland,pastor of the The first two days of August 9.95 Inches for July, with Klngsley rainfall each day. Some drying out i I
if' AcHwMNwlwnNU/ Carlisle..According to Assistant State Faith Baptist Church in Lake Butler continued the wet trend with spotty Lake reaching Its highest level In was forecast for Friday through l'
J r I.0" .,.__..., ,II' Attorney Tom Elwell, Jones' recordwas who was injured In a boating accident thunderstorms that brought S inchesto several Blanding reported 1.86 Sunday with scattered afternoon: 'Ithundershowen.
.._*OWMM MWMtt ..-. clean. while at Bible Camp near Oca la. Starke and New River; 4.S Inches to Inches Monday and l.ea Tuesday for a '" '. -... ;

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a '1 House reception jfaJy* Wooty/ Socl.ly t Jilo,, 964- 7609 ,

Miss Debora Mitchell and Charles
Coty of Boca Raton, whose marriagewill Rhonda Edwards Brian Pulling
be an event of Aug. 26, were I
honored at an Open house ,
1 Reception"Saturday night,at the George t : : Wed July 22 at First Methodist
+ Pierce home in Green Acre
Miss Rhonda M. Edwards of Winter greeted the guests at the door. Stand'IrIg
Hostesses for this occasion were w t Park and Brian L. Pulling of Maitland in the receiving line were Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Casey Jr., I Ir Iw were united in marriage Saturday Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Pulling the
Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mr. and Mrs. July 22, at 2 p.m. at the First UniteMethodist bride and groom and bridal attend
Joseph Cissy. Mr. and Mrs. George Church In Starke. ants.Miss
Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. Drew F. Rev. George Harper performed the Lisa Mitchell kept the bride's'book
Reddish. nuptials. at a table which held an anniversary -

Miss Sharon Norris The bride la the daughter of Mr. and candle.
Greeting guests! In the foyer of their Mrs. Curtis Edwards of Starke. The The bride's table was covered witha
Sharon home were Mr. and Mrs. Pierce. i groom.Is the son of Mr. and Mrs C.R. cutwork linen cloth centered with a
Norris, Guest were presented to the receiving Pulling of Maitland tiered wedding cake topped with a
of the honored bride and groom. Flanking the cake
line composed Highlighting the altar were baskets
David Thomas, Jr. couple; Debbie and Chuck, and their : of mixed summer flowers in peach, were silver candelabra Ms. Ruth
parents; Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,. yellow and white against a background Rich, aunt of the bride, cut the cake.
To Wed Sept. 23 Mitchell, and Mr and Mrs. Albert W. PI of branched candelabra and The two punch tables were covered
Coty of Boca Raton,In the living room i tall basket of greenery with lace cloths and held silver punchbowls
Miss Sharon L. Norris and David in front of the bricked fireplace wall. Mrs.Charlotte Green, organist,and ; one held champagne punch
Thomas, Jr. of Lake Butler will rF Valeta Brockman of Winter Park, and the other regular punch. In the
The party table In the dining room lff1 the table was covered with a
exchange vows Saturday Sept. 23 at ; soloist, presented a program of sunroom
8 p.m. at The Body of Christ Temple was covered with a white Imported ". nuptial music. linen cloth where mints, nuts, petit-
Church of God In Christ with a reception linen cloth and centered with an ,,' The bride, given In marriage by her fours and sandwiches were served.
of mulU colored roses. covered witha
arrangement table was
white satin with The groom's
following. father
,wore a gown
All friends and relatives of the Serving punch from the silver punch ,,1 ,1' round neckline Inset with lace and linen cloth centered with a chocolate
couple are Invited to attend. service at one end of the table during .'". full see-through sleeves ending In cake topped with a miniature coach
times : Mrs. Jeff with "Get me to
were lettered
appointed and
into groom
tight cuffs.The skirt swept a long
and Mrs.Ann Holland, aunt of '' time".
McRae chapel train. Her Juliet crown of lace the church on
the bride-to-be. and satin secured: her finger-tip veil of At points of Interest in the club
Lewis
Rudy Focal point of the party table was a silk illusion edged with chantilly lace. house were arrangements of mixed
large striped watermelon carved Intoa She carried a bouquet of white summer flowers In white, peach and
Roger Esterling festive scalloped basket with miniature roses and carnations with yellow and greenery.
.
handle, placed on a large silver tray .
ToWedAugust 12 and filled with an assortment of melon .1 V "4H.ffIiIJMr : satin Miss streamers.Shan Edwards attended her Assisting in serving were Mrs.
balls and other fresh fruit. A wide sister as maid of honor. She wore a Leroy Norman, Jr., Mrs. J.C Dukes
and other Dukes, Miss Diane Crews,
Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Keystone variety of sandwiches yellow crepe floor length dress with Mrs. John
Ms.
Heights announces the engagementand finger foods enhanced the party table. chiffon elbow length sleeves andbaby'B Miss Brenda Roberts and Sherry
I approaching marriage of her Serving punch from the crystal breath In her hair. She carried Edwards.
daughter Ms. Ruby Lewis to Roger punch service In the recreation room and Mrs. Brian L. Pulling peach silk roses arranged with" baby's Misses KImberly, Lynne floor and
Pierce.Arrangements Dukes,dressed In long
was Miss Lynn breath Stephanie
and
Gainesville.The
Easterling of of roses were placed Darlene Luke Hardee greenery. dresses with white flowers In
wedding will be an event of Dwayne Bridal attendants were Mrs. Ben length
I at 10:30 a.m.at the throughout the party rooms of the Garnto, sister of the groom, Mrs their hair, passed out peach and
homedof'Ms.gPat Turner In Orange home for the occasion. Honored at partyMiss Leroy Mercer and Ms. Lynn Kleffner. yellow rice bags.
I following. Ms. The hosts and hostesses for the Identical to the Following a wedding trip to Jekyll
Their were
with reception
Park a assisted throughout the eveningIn Darlene Luke and Dwayne Hostesses- for the occasion were gowns Island the couple is residing at 4747AN.
Bradford In color
of party
honor attendant except peach
Lewis \Is I960 graduate
I, a serving and mixing with the Hardee whose wedding will be an Lynn Whaley, Karen Luke and Kelli breath in their Goldenrod Road, Orlando.
and ill baby's
School a beauty operatorat and they wore
High Diane's Beauty Shop. approximately 150 guests who called event of Sept. 2 were honored at a Luke at the home of the latter In hair. They carried peach colored silk The bride Is a graduate of FSU;
I Mr. Easterllng Is a building between the party hours of 8 to 10 p.m. pantry party on July 30 at the home of llcilbronn Springs roses arranged with baby's breath member of Kappa Delta and
contractor in Gainesville. Others assisting in caring for the Mrs Charles Luke In Hahlra, Ga. Flowers were presented to the and greenery employed at Sun Life of Canada in
All friends and relatives are Invitedto guests were Misses Melissa Winkler, Forty two were present during the bride-to-be along with matching Mr. Pulling attended his son as best Orlando.Mr. .
Robbie Pierce. honored flowers Riven to the bride's mother Is a graduate of FSU
attend the wedding and reception Karen Chitty and afternoon party hours. The man. Ushers were Tom and Mike Pulling
The hostesses presented the couple were presented with Items Mrs.Walter P. Luke and the prospective Pulling brothers of the groom and with a degree In Criminology and
and their groom's mother, Mrs. L.B. of Phi Epslon. He is
SUMMER CLEARANCEFashions honored couple parents necessary to stock their pantry. David McLeod. member Sigma
ReducedTo with rose corsages and boutonnieres Hardee. A reception was held In the Starke employed with Professional Business
V*A MoreLEILA'S upon their arrival. As a memento of Both the refreshment table and gift Woman's Club. Mrs. Charles Darby Forms & Systems.
SHOPE. the occasion Debbie and Chuck were table were decorated with yellow and
DRESS presented with a piece of their chosen Miss Luke was honored at a lingerie green tablecloths and flowers. The
.44-5051 Call Street china. shower Thursday, July 20. gift table held a yellow umbrella. C.R. puilings Host Rehearsal I

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Mrs. Seeber Goodman Dinner-July

Honored Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Pulling of honored couple, their Immediate
Maitland gave a dinner party Friday families and out-of-town guests.
July 21. at Howard Johnsons In The honored couple presented gifts
Goodman given a
Seeber was
Mrs. Brian and to their attendants during the dinner.
birthday dinner Friday,July Gainesville for their son
/JfLoNE. surprise
28, at the Yearling given by her husband Fiancee, Rhonda Edwards rehearsal.The followingthe .
and daughters. couple's wedding
with Mr and Mrs. tables were covered with white
Attending head table had SUMMER CLEARANCEFashions
linen cloths. The
three
Goodmen were their daughtersand
Miss Janel Goodman of several candle-flower arrangementsat Reduced
families the front edge of the table. The To Vi a More
Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Steven
$ Mulder of Chicago, 111. and Mr. and other tables had similar arrange-. LEILA'S DRESS SHOP
Mattress of each tables II E. Call Street '" H-M i945051 -
in the'center
'ments
and children ,
Mrs. Wayne Harper Included the \' >,<(b-'
The 22, attending .
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I : "t ',,;'IBHH 1 PnHHHHH: ,. ; Karen Crawford.. Richard Moorhous Exchange Vows in Lawtey July 14 ,.

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i iw Evergreen Baptist Church In with jack gown Cindy Dickens of Lawtey served as who also kept the bride's book. In the
Lawtey was the setting lor the short t. She wore a white flower girl In a light blue Swiss polk*- receiving line were the bride and
n marriage of Karen Ann Crawford hat and carried an arm bouquet of dot dress, Chris Heaton of Lawtey groom and wedding party.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil E. summer flowers In the wedding was ring-bearer and wore a black The bride's table was covered witha
Crawford Jr. of Lawtey to Richard colon. tuxedo. white lace cloth and centered with a
Wayne Moorhous) Jr., son of Mr. and Rhoda Williston of Lawtey and Given in marriage by her father the four tier wedding cake. Decorating
Mrs Richard w. MoorhoiM. ST. of of Raiford were bride wore! a floor length gown madeof the cake table were trimmings from
Gainesville.! bridesmaids.They wore pale pink and a sheer, qiana material with a V- the wedding bouquets. Cutting the
Cecil E. Crawford, Sr. performedthe light blue floor length halter style neck In the front and a revealing V- cake were Elaine: Page and Lulene
nuptials Friday, July .t, at 7:30 gowns with short jackets. They wore neck in the back. Lace accented the Quinn. Presiding at the punch bowls
hats to match their gowns and carried bodice. Her headpiece was made of at each end were Cheryl wise, Karen
p.m.At each end of the church were arm bouquets of summer flowers to dainty lace In the shape of small Andrews and Brenda Starling.
arrangements of summer flowers. match their gowns daisies and secured her four layer The groom's table was covered with
finger tip net veil that was edged with white lace cloth and centeredwith a
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1IIIIIt. daisy lace. She carried a nosegay of sheet cake. Culling the
x pastel colored carnations, pompoms (grooms cake were Paula fobbIand;
and baby's breath tied with white pico Brenda Wilkloson.
t t !S"Ui ribbons. The couple: are residing in Lawtey.
1I A reception was held In the Union Mr. and Mrs. Moorhous work at
I t Correctional Institution Clubhouse In Sunland Training Center. She .Is a
Raiford. Guests were (greeted at the secretary and he works Id the
door by Sl.tIIanStanfOl'd of Gainesville, carpenter shop.
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Linda Sue Alvarez, daughter of Mr. cathedral length train was attached to
and Mrs. Donald L. Alvarez of a Juliette cap covered with lace. The 1
Raiford and Gary C. Norcross of New train was trimmed with the same to
Orleans, La.,son of Mr. and Mr*.J.C. match that on the wedding dress. She
Brown of Ocala and Mr.and Mrs. G.C. wore a gold chain necklace, a gift PINEHURST
Norcross of Ocala were united In from the groom. She carried a
marriage Saturday, July IS, at 7:30: cascade of white roses, daisies, fuji 7 GROCERY & VARIETY
p.m. in the First Baptist Church. In mums, carnations and ivy. ,
Raiford. A reception was held in the Raiford .,,.L_ t'
Rev. Hugh Walters performed the Community Center. Mrs. 964-5587/ STARKE HWY 100 S.
nuptials. Norman greeted the guests at the door Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moorhous
The altar was centered with an arch and presented them to the receivingline
candelabra with green wreaths on composed of the bride and groom, Centering the altar was a candelabra
each side. On the front a tree candel- their parents and the bridal decorated with the same style
abra was placed on each side with two party. Cindy Langford of Winthrop flowers. The pews were marked with
baskets of gladiolus, daisies, full Mass., kept the bride's book at a tableholding white satin bows.Presenting CONGRATULATIONS.
mums, carnations, statice and baby'a a bud vase of roses. a program of nuptial .
music were Elaine Starling pianistand
breath and leather leaf fern tied with
rainbow colors.A memory candle was The bride's table was covered witha Darlene Stanford soloist.
lighted white lace cloth with a gathered Bob Jacquin of Gainesville attendedas
Mrs. John G. Sapp, organist, and sheer overlay decorated with garlands best man. Ushers were Joey Stan- 1978 STATE CHAMPIONS
Jimmy Alvarez, cousin of the bride, of greenery and wedding bells. ford of Melrose and Randall Crawford
presented a program of nuptial The four tiered cake was decorated of Lawtey. '
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music. with cascades of 'varlgatedi colored Arleen Moorhous of Gainesville was '
Larry Bonner of New Orleand, La., flowers with garlands draped between honor attendant. She ,wore a mint .I-
attended as best man. Ushers were each cascade. Swans, lIly-of-the- .. 'flnJl
Richard Nuehurger of Gainesville, valley worked In with roses separatedthe Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. .=. "
Johnny McKenzie of Bellevlew,Christopher tiers. On the top was a bride and
Forrest of Ocala and Andy and groom with a background of lace and Shower Honoree"I.'" "' '
Tim Norcross of Ocala, brothers of pearls. Serving the cake were Mrs. r'J. \4
the groom. Luther Polhill of Lake Butler and Mrs. Robert W. Milner, Jr. was
Mrs. Max Denson, Jr. of Raiford, Mrs. Dennis Crawford of Kingsley entertained at a stork shower i -
cousin of the bride served as matron Lake. 25, by l l
Tuesday evening, July given \1 ea ..
The tables covered
honor. She two were
01 wore a lavendar punch
Mrs..David Canova, Mrs. Don Hardy,
polyester crepe, floor length halter with Identical white polyester cloths Mrs Lowell Parrlsh. Mrs. H.M.
gown with a..shear self color cape with lace trimThe two punch bowls Hatcher
Hatcher, III and Mrs. H.M ,
with flowers of the encircled with fern and
y edged same color.dCc1 were mums.
Jr. the home of the latteE E Call
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were on '
bridal attendants Presiding at the punch bowls Games were played and'prizes tali
All the wore identical
to Mr.: Marvin Brown and
awarded .
gowns except for color. The were Miss Cheryl Mooneyham of Mrs. Milner. _
attendants were Susan Sanderson of Tallahassee and Mrs. Mary Louise The refreshment table was covered :
Raiford, she wore pink, Denise Drake. Wood of Jacksonville.! with a lace and linen cloth and w
of Lake Butler, she wore apricot Assisting in serving were Mrs. Jim centered with honeycomb stork
Glenda Crews of Gainesville, she Bucks Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs. Sidney flanked by burning a in i
wore blue, Tina Norcross of Ocala Starling aunts of the bride and Mrs. candle-sticks. Punch was

sister of the groom wore yellow anJMelissa V.G. Hall and Mrs. Drew Sweat. silver poured by Mrs. Hardy and Mrs. Starke's Senior Boys.l978State Champions Randy Corbln. Mike Kitchens. Kevin I
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Lee of Atlanta, Ga. wore Following a wedding trip to Sanibel Parrish served the cake that was Front (I-r)t Steve Griffin. Chuck Colbert Bill Goodge Gnann, AI Chapman. f
green.The. Island the La.couple Is residing In New decorated with pink and blue booties. Kevin Neel. Richard McRee. Coach Lynwood Kitchen. Not pictured: Randy Andrew, John Samer Jerry I
bridal attendants carried two Orleans Among the 40 guests were Mrs. Ricky Norman. Mike Jackson, Chub Johnson Back Sullivan Mike Andrews James Harber
white silk roses with greenery tied The bride graduated from Union Charles Hardy mother of the | Coach Jerry !McGrlff. Wade., Winkler Jerry Blalock.
>with rainbow colored ribbon. County High School and University oi honoree and Mrs. Charles Francis
Michelle Price of Ocala cousin of Florida. She is teaching at Downing 01,
the honoree.
the groom, attended as flower girl. Elementary School in New Orleans.Mr. sister,Mrs. Milner received many useful Guaranty Federal Is Proud To Recognize This Outstanding
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She wore a long yellow dress with a Norcross graduated from The hostesses presentedher
baby gifts.
cape carnation edged with corsage a ruffle. She carrieda works Forrest with High J.A.School Jones in Construction Ocala and with a corsage fashioned of baby Accomplishment Of Our Local Team We Encourage You
socks and an umbrella stroller
Matt Denson of Raiford, cousin of Co. in New Orleans.
the bride, served as ring bearer. He To Support Them In Their Effort To Raise Monies To Attend

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For Information Contact The Bradford
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trim with a touch of color that
matched the bridal attendants Barney McRae and daughter Mrs. Starke, Florida 32091
dresses. Marian Conner spent the past week in Commerce .
The bride given in marriage by her Hawaii. Second Class postage paidat
father wore a gown of champagne Stark, FloridaSubHcriptlonRate
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insets trimmed with Venue' lace, and E.Cell Street trade area: 18
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Mrs. Ira Wells of Gulf Breeze, Mrs
I Miss Debbie Shuford Sept. 9 bride- candles.
Beverly Walker and sons of Gainesville -
TI r elect, wu honored at a bridal shower Games were played and prizes and Mn. Bobby Crawford and k .ik u
I Friday night, July 28, given by Mn. awarded to Mn. Glen, Shuford of children of Providence spent Satur-
R.A. Colson, Mrs. Mark Moody and Lawtey and Mrs. R.S. Mulllns. day with father and grandfather,
Mrs.Wilbur Waters at the home of the The hostesses presented the ; Barney McRae. y _
latter on W. Madison street. honoree with an electric Fry-Baby. _
1 The refreshment table was covered a memento of the occasion. E f Local admittance to Bradford L.7
Sid Shuford, mother of the ,
with a lace cloth and centered with a Mrs. I I4Ti. County Hospital this week Include:
the 23 attending.
mixed summer arrangement flanked honoree, was among from Starke.Mrs. Beulah Scarboro,

f by silver candle holden with yellow Ralph Goodge, Mrs Linda Barnes, _
Mn. Valarl. Johnson John Cheeaer,
Stork ShowerGlven
Larry Nazworth Jew Wolbert and Mrs. Dorothy
Grlffia; Mn. Sue Massey George
Celebrates 9th For Mrs. Wynn Griffis and Charles Cape art, Jr.
Dlaae lluaalcaU from Lawtey; and Michael Brooker
Birthday MondayLarry Mrs. Steve Wynn was honored at a David Rountree from Keystone Height t tt

stork shower Tuesday evening, July
Nazworth celebrated his 23, given In the Fellowship Hall of the Diane Hunnicutt, SUMMER CLEARANCE t
r ninth birthday Monday, July 24. at a Starke Church: of God. ,........ Reduced v'x
: party given at McDonalds by his The decorations were carried out In David Rountree TeVtAMoreLEILA'S. 1
parents,Mr. and Mrs C.P. Nazworth. the Johnson's baby powder theme. DRESS SHOP
: The 14 youngsters and six adults The cake table was covered with a ToWedAug.20 K. Call StreetM4SOS1
enjoyed hamburgers. French fries, white lace cloth over pink and
h cokes and birthday cake. centered with a cake shaped and Mr and Mn. W.R. Hunnlcuit of i.,
I They played three games and prizes decorated u a Johnson baby powdercan Raiford announce the approaching Mr. and Mn. Tommy Undaey and
were awarded to Jenifer Brown, who flanked on each side were baby marriage of their daughter Diane, to family of West Point Miss., and Mrs.
; won 2 and Len Eaves. powder cans filled with arrangements David M.Rountree of Gainesville, son Kate Blankenship of Arteala. Misi.
of pink crepe myrtle. of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Rountree of are spending Saturday to Thursdaywith
The punch table was covered with Delray Beach. Mr. and Mn. John A. ReddIsh
white lace over blue. Pink punch and Miss Hunnicutt was a 1973 graduateof Mr.and Mn. Wayne Blankenshlp and
T BIRTHS cheese balls were served. Union County High School and Is Mr. and Mn. Edwin Williams.
The gifts were presented to the presently employed at North Florida
Earl Scott hicks Jr. and the late honoree from a huge replica of a Evaluation and Treatment Center In W.H. Green of Tallahassee'spentthe
Mrs. Joyce Johnson Hicks announce Johnson's baby powder can. Gainesville.Mr. weekend with his mother Mrs.

J the birth of a son. Robert Scott Hicks Games were played and prizes won Rountree Is a 1973 graduate of Lex Green. ,, *
born July 8 at Riverside Hospital. by Mrs. Ronnie Crawford and Mrs Atlantic Beach High School, Delray 'iI.. ,' *&:
Mr. and Mn. J.D. Seymour
Willard Crawford.The spent
I Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Beach and Is making a career In Law
to of last week Mr. and David Baldree
Mrs. Winslow Robert Johnson. hostesses Miss Joan Bennett, Enforcement, Saturday Wednesday Mrs.
currently employed at
4 Mrs. Jerry Geiger, Mrs. Myrtle Ward, with their son, Douglas In Miami.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. andY North Florida Evaluation and Treat
Mrs. Olan Howe all of Starke. Mrs Shirley Loger and Mrs. Charles ment Center, Tammy Kelly David Baldree
Schmitt presented the honoree a Wedding vows will be Mn. Robert E. Allen, Jr., Scott
i exchanged
made of baby Items and a Allen, Kay Allen and Kenny Clark returned :
corsage
August 20at 6 at Silver Lake
p.m. SR-
Mr. and Mrs. William J. (Billy) diaper bag filled with Johnson's baby 21B, Rt. 2, Box 234. Keystone Heights. Sunday from a weeks visit to Exchange Vows Friday, July 21
Ft. Walton Beach and
Pensacola.
of Jacksonville the products.
Page announce All friends and relatives are Invitedto
birth of a son, Darrlck Alan Page July the wedding and reception While there they went to the State Miss Tammy Lynn Kelley, daughter baby's breath with white streamers.
I 4 at Jacksonville University Hospital. .:- following. Dixie Boys Baseball Tournament in of Mr and Mrs. Morris C. Kelley Bridal attendants were Mrs, Jeff
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Pensacola. of Lawtey and David S. Baldree, son Morgan, sister of the bride, Misses
Mrs. E.C. Sellers of Starke. Paternal 2iJ! y.J(... ....::rpI. of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Baldree of .Tammy Gayl I Baldree and Tressee
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. SUMMER CLEARANCE Starke were united in marriage Baldree, sisters of the groom and
Richard Page of Jacksonville Fashions Reduced FrIdaY July 21, at 7:30: p.m. at the, Karen Crawford. They were attired
Mr. and Mrs. John and T."AMoreLEILA'S
Eggers Northslde! Baptist Church, Starke ,identical to the honor attendant and
family of Miami spent Monday to Mr. and Mrs J.G. Jackson visitedMr. DRESS SHOP with Rev. James Cowart performingthe carried the same type nosegay only
of last week with his E.Call Street
Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Johns of Provo and Mrs. Junior Evans in Cochran nuptials.Mrs. with lavendar streamers.
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. 114 $051
Utah announce the birth of a daughter parents Eggers. Ga. Altamae Mattox pianist and Deana Hodges, cousin of the bride,
born July 26. Maternal grandparents Dr. and Jimmy Alvarez, soloist presented a was flower girl. David Morgan,
Mrs. Gwendolyn King and Mrs. Sarnt Sarntinoranont
ii are Mr.and Mrs. Doug Brown of Tulin Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson had as program of nuptial music. nephew of the bride was ring-bearer.
Falls Idaho. Paternal grandparents daughter Mr. and,Mrs.Nina, Clayton Mrs Sybil Lambert Betta and of Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Jekyll attended Island a medical to convention at Centering the altar was a large gold ,Given in marriage by her father the
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are Mr and Mrs. Charles E. Johns ofI the first of the week Don Tilley of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Wednesday.Dr. heart candelabra with white tapers. bride wore a white peau-de-sole
I W. Trait St., Starke. Quincey spent Bill Jackson and family of Gainesvilleand Flanking this were two standing sleeveless gown with lace ruffle
with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrlef and Mrs.
at Graham
.1 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kirby of King of baskets of white gladiolus, pink around the round neckline. The fitted
.1I Kingsley Lake. Tequesta, fla. were last week
I Arlington, Texas. guests varlgated carnations blue pompoms, bodice was decorated with seeded
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curtis of of Capt and Mn. John Myers. rose purple and blue statice and pearls and lace. The chapel train was
Starke announce the birth of a SUMMER CLEARANCE Miss Jody Harper has returned baby's breath. On either side of the edged in lace. Her pearl and lace
daughter. Tara Lynn born July 25 In Fashions Reduced from five week's camping trip as far SUMMER CLEARANCE baskets were two gold spiral candel- headpiece secured her finger tip veil
the U.S. Naval Hospital. Maternal To Vi A More west as the Grand Canyon. She was Fashions ReducedTo abras with tapers. On the lower level, 'of Illusion. She carried a colonial cas-
Jji : grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Floyd LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. accompanied by Miss Dot Harrop of tt A More on either side were two gold tree cade of ivy. sprengerl, miniature pink
Stewart. Paternal grandparents are Call Street Phoenixville Pa. who spent a week LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. candelabras with sprays of flowers of varlgated carnations, blue pompoms,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Curtis, all ofr 5N-S051 with the George Harpers before .Call Street the bride's chosen colors. rose, purple and blue statlce and
Starke. returning home. M4-MSI Andy Baldree attended his brotheras baby's breath.A .
I best man. Ushers were Tim Kelley, reception was held In the church
I brother of the bride, Mark Reddish, Fellowship Hall.
Len Moore and Billy Bell. The bride'. table was centered witha
kl. Mrs. Jimmy Wilkinson served her three tiered wedding cake accentedin
sister as matron of honor. She wore a the bride's colors and topped with a
lavendar sheer floral design dress beautiful fountain. Encircling the ;
fa rilci ite. ItQlSMffl over white satin; sleeveless with cake was a ring of sprengeri Inter- i
fitted bodice and wide shaped Inset laced with pompoms statlce and I

,. midriff. The gown had a scoop baby's breath, also In the same colors. ;
11 neckline with self ruffle and flared Mrs. Jessie Mae Starling and Mrs.

\ gathered) self ruffle. \era; ,.Nlcula ,cut the.cake. ., r
'"'': '' "; i<**"?" ; ;;: "" 'J, carried a'nosegay! ; oi -miniature pink The punch table was centered with
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I V ;: ." ; 7 ? ''J"'I toI 'WarlC4te"'rfUItlq i.blu,IPoo1PQI11II, 4'Jarge arrangement of white' gladiolus I
I rose, purple and blue statice and miniature pink varlgated carna- .
SlM ifer$ tions, blue pompoms, rose, blue and '
purple statice and baby's breath.
FLORIDA Flanking the arrangement were two
1 punch bowls encircled with greeneryand
, flowers in the same color
THEATRE combination. Miss Elizabeth Andrews

I Thursday, August 10 REGISTRATION Starke classes only, Bradford High School, Call a.WalnutStarke and Mrs Cheryl Saunders presided at
964-5451 the punch bowls.
6:00-8:00: : P.M.
--------------- bride'sbook.
Miss Peggy Willis kept the
\ I: Wednesday, August 30 STARKE OFFICE REOPENS 8:00: A.M.-3:00: P.M Fri. Thru Tues. Assisting in serving were Miss
Connie Dyal and Mrs. Bernice Star-
l ,; (Monday through Thursday) INCKEDIBLE: ADVENTI

Tuesday, September 5 REGISTRATION for ALLSFCC classes 8:00-f:30: : P.M. IN A t..nTSTICORlD.... ling.Following a wedding trip to South
r ICIt Florida the couple is residing on SR-
REGISTRATION for Starke classes only 6:00-8:00: : P.M.

Wednesday, September 6 REGISTRATION for ALL SFCC classes 8:00--1:30: : P.M I6r 100.The bride and groom are both
graduates of Bradford High School.
FALL TERM CLASSES BEGIN
She graduated In 1978 and he
I Monday, September 11 LATE REGISTRATION for ALL SFCC classes :"- 8:00-1:30: : P.M. graduated in 1976. She Is Boer
the Bradford School
12 LATE REGISTRATION for ALL SFCC classes 8:00-1 :30 P.M. County
Tuesday, September : : Mr. Baldree is employed at Lawtey

REGISTRATION for Starke classes only 6:00-8:00: : P.M. Correctional Institution.

I'1' Friday, October 20 NO CLASSES t, ,t oNoNaoMor- .

Wednesday, November NO NIGHT CLASSES ,

I'' Thursday, November 23 THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY COLLEGE CLOSED 2)J YOJIIDIII ,

Friday, November 24 THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY COLLEGE CLOSED '
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Steams visited
Wednesday, December FALL TERM CLASSES END their cousin. Lewis Langdon in
r' Deland on Sunday.

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Course Section ID Course Title Time Days Credit Instructor 301 DRIVE IN /*4SOS1Mr.

and Mrs, Dean Johns and
301 South
EC01040 064 D Consumer Economics 7:00N-9:45N: : H 3 W. Steen daughter of Provo, Utah will move
jStarke! _!964.7484. __ back to Starke Sept. t following Mr.Johns' .
graduation from Brigham
I""M ENC1103 063 P College Composition 7:00N-9:45N: H 3 G. Nettles sw_, HI MT Young University Aug. 16.

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ENC1136 061 P Intro To Literature 7:00N-9:45N: : M, 3 B. McFaddenHUM102O Y 4.o TeeslS.ra' Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned
BAD NQW! Sunday from six week's visit with her
'. son-in-law and daughter, Mr and
; 061 P Intro To The Humanities 7:00N-9:45N: : W 3 R. Lambert Mrs. CM. Patrick In West Florida.


ISC1931 062 P Cont. Topics in Phys. Scl. 7:00-9:45N: : T 3. R. Roy 00 TOJ 4-17,Miss Alma with her Jean great Johnson aunt spent, Beulah July

PAN Jonson in San Francisco, Calif.

LlT2209 062 P 20th Century Western Lit 7:00N-9:45N: : T 3 K. Ritch IT'* FOR EVERYONE!' Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of
Wildwood and W.N. Hazen of Gaines-
PLUS ville were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
MAT1033 062 P Intermediate Algebra 7:00N-9:45N: : M ,J. 3'., ..'B. Walek Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
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PCB1610 063 P Gen Genetics & Evolution 7:00N-9:45N': : W' '; 3 R'. Jacket Don Hardy Gainesvilleand Chace
Hardy of Phoenix, Ariz. spent the
i weekend with their parents, Mr. and
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they're Iw INe IMINI \
the main ones geared to year and only a minor one In the Gulf Strikes ? IM
up with
cope of Mexico the
emergencies such as hurricanes, peak months for IwIM I
floods or tornadoes." monster storms August i IM Iw MM. ,'I i v',.
September and October are yet to INI 1111 IM II- ,N ., ,
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cussing the preparedness of Bradford was dls- The last hurricane, locally, arrived period)accounted for most of the loss.. ... .

County to deal with a major disaster ,here in September 1964 when the Five thousand baby chicks were .- II. ,
such as the tornadoes that struck doublo-d atlng Dora swooped in from drowned In one poultry house alone ,...8till ,
Alachua the Atlantic at St Augustine and -
County last spring the 1 -
spills that have endangered Jack gas headed due west with Its eye passing By the law of averages, Florida Is Bradford County /w M"n/ : .
sonville over the KIngsley Lake area on path 1111 .. .
residents several times recently a overdue for another hurricane and the I / Iw as'
and the always possible brush that took it between Starke and National Hurricane Center Is con- :_=: .J .. '
with a hurricane, which Bradford Lawtey and on to Lake City. Dora erned.Due to the rapid influx of newomen hat been in pa"1ofwo

County has not experienced sine continued a northwest course into : to the Sunbelt an estimated 80
Georgia where It made a hairpin turn cent of the 37 million residents of :
1004.With southward, keeping Bradford County per hurricane .: z'i
the Atlantic and Gulf coasts have \ ;
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the peak of the hurricane within range of Its winds and rains fora never experienced the high winds and .rT------- lit
season nearing and total of Tour days.
one of the big torrential rainfall that accompany: a
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blows long overdue In Florida the major storm. Dr. Nell Frank head of past 82 yearn

National Hurricane Center In Property damage, mostly the NHC, said "This has led to an 'It
Washington,D.C. warned this week of agricultural was estimated at can't happen here' attitude that couldbe U A
the awesome possibility of a disaster $650,000 In the county, and some 1,000 the prelude of a terrible tragedy." -IM4.TI
in the growing Sunbelt areas that men, women and children took Agreeing that the volunteer firemen
could exceed the historic Galveston refuge In school buildings the first Between 1884 and 1964, there were would be the nucleus of Bradford .-t4| lt /' ] ,

hurricane of 1900 which took a toll'of night of the storm. Damage from raina 636 hurricanes In the North Atlantic, County's defense and rescue opera- W /
6,000 lives. ( total of IS Inches in a four-day including the Caribbean and Gulf of tions against hurricanes, Green says SSfMI \,
53 volunteers
Mexico. Of these, 142 occurred in in the county are ....- '
.August, 216 In September, and 146 In equipped nected with with pagers directly con- l hlflt IM I T, ,l
October, according to records kept by a 24-hour-a-day dispatcher 1111- r + >X,,,.
at the / ***
county Jail. Besides the ._- > 1IN
etUTOKIALS the National Weather Service.
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county volunteers In Starke 'Iw, '
there are t M'" -- |tM ,
other volunteer i,, i
While noting Improvements In the units at Lawtey i Y
to forecast hurricanes, Dr. Hampton and Brooker,as well as one \
ability
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explosive population growth in the called on In an emergency.
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Green said the county unit Is now In
threatened areas of Florida and along '
the Atlantic and Gulf coasts where process of equipping and activating a i D I'
Polls And Presidents"The sunshine, surf and sand] have rescue type vehicle, converted from a FORESTRY IN BRADFORD COUNTY

attracted hoards of new residents In surplus property Army truck for by hank Cochran
the past decade, multi-purpose heavy duty rescue
work Including debris removal and
"There are coastal areas where the evacuation. Adopt an Old IdeaIt -

President gets mediocreor Ron Nessen's new book re- population concentration Is so large, Green emphasized that Civil

relatively poor ratings for counting his experiences as evacuation is impossible on the Defense serves as a coordinating Is now time to put in your orders -Broken sidewalks and lifted

being competent, strong Ford's press secretary. It shows existing roads with the lead time" we agency during a disaster, keeping the for Division of Forestry seedlings foundations. tree planted too closeto
that who started can provide with our warnings, Dr. various rescue forces in the county from the
intelligent and a good leader. lie Ford out with said. state nursery at Chiefland. a sidewalk or house foundation can
Frank informed of
needs to appear more high poll ratings plunged in order to where they are needed In Order forms and pamphlets on how to lift and break a large amount nl
prevent duplication of effort.
"We are faced with the awesome fill them out are now available It Is recommended
paving. that
after his contro u
presidential. Appearing more public approval Beside the firemen volunteers others
of being able to make a through your local county forester.
possibility minimum of (1 feet lie tell [or small
versial of President involved would be
presidential should help to pardoning perfect hurricane forecast and the county and city Last year some of the more populartree trees.
,improve his perception as being Nixon.While he managed later to experience a tragedy exceeding that road and street departments, the species sold out quite early, so

'knowledgeable and competent." make a small comeback in of the historic Galveston hurricane,", Sherifrs Department, city police you want to be sure to get your order -Storm damage./ large trees with

popular favor, it was never very he added. and-departments if the county rescue units, in as soon as possible.The limbs that overhang powerlines or
the Starke
Urging local officials to develop necessary, homes often cause a dangerous
very
These are excerpts from a much.It National Guard available this /
hurricane emergency plans, con- could be called out by species year will situation when these limbs are broken
i specially ordered White House tacting the weather service for assistance the Governor. Include; N. Florida improved and by storms. There is little need to
poll of public attitudes toward is Interesting to speculate Dr. Frank also advised that Hurricanes are nothing new in regular slash and Choctawhachee mt'ntionhllt a shallow-rooted tree

,the man in the White House. But what "the polls" would have individuals can help themselves by America, although they were not sand pines, select Christmas tree sand can do to a home It has been blow n on
called that regular and
by name in early times. pine rust resistantloblolly
shelter
safe in advance to.
finding a
surprisingly the Presidentthey' shown of
as a measure public evacuation routes and Old-timers spoke of "equinoxial pine long leaf and spruce
were assessing was not approval of President Lincoln at listening for weather service storms" that came In the fall. pines due wood, tottonwood. Arizona Dangerous/ Ker'nlnl'hl'n( tree

Jimmy Carter, but Gerald Ford. certain points in his administration warnings.They can also be sure to Perhaps the most severe one striking cypress, bald cypress calalpa or fish limbs obscure! traffic lights street

The poll was taken on the eve of as well as Washington have a radio and flashlight on hand, .this area was the so-called "Big bait tree, green ash, live oak. red signs and ones ability to nee
Storm" which swept In from the Gulf cedar, red maple, swectgum oncoming traffic a dangerous intersection .
and food
Ford's 1976 some canned that needs
Mr. and no
other
campaign year Roosevelt Presidentswho '
lat Cedar Key In September 1896. sycamore, and tupelo gum. Is born. Screening your own
I ; when he had been in the White have had their and cooking In case of power outage.
ups Bradford has cutting a path northeastward across driveway In such a manner that \ -i House just about as long as Mr. downs during their vulnerable Although seacoast and County no densely no the state to Fernandina. So you see a couple of species you cannot see approaching/ traffic Is a

Carter has been now. administrations.Polls populated areas to block streets and This storm undoubtedly a major may want for your yard or ot. but the hazardous situation.So .
hurricane, devastated the western most common mistake made once the

Ford, like Carter, was down in does highways.have with problems panicky because refugees of ,the It part of Bradford County, an area tree Is bought and ready to plant is its with thoughts of future "growthand
are more an indicator of placement. A few minutes
around Providence which Is now a improper size,the tree you buy todaclln l bt.-
; the national and flat terralne that flood conditions
polls also brings
like
the fickleness of spent planning will mean that tree
the
public than part of Union County. Damage was sogeelt"theta1hMay beneficial to the beauty of vines
I his successor in the White House, they are of whether 'a.President .wUbyarJive or"..-inchraiiw.Hurrteaii0 .*" 1899 the Florida wiU>.,not grow into hazard for, '. property without protliemneta-later' !
iMrrfFord.jvas' jtrying.to find $often drop,10 lan Inches,". uisance. after cachipg maturity.i "dl1t e way actually': doing a. good'job-OI' of> rat tatKnAe Mperiod HfLSjaOOKUXfjwssesL:oak uelbill..for.Jio, ; & r IIr' I//: ,
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I of gaming more favorable opinion and while they art approaching taxpayer 'hi* "Paterm"' belt-of* '" .j/I\II"'J"\ ,_ J--: I, .()o'. ,, \ ,1'e;' .
not. Mr.Carter others would Several things should be
: 'ratings. But months later he had do well to be less concerned with and departing an area. Rain in Levy, Alachua, Lafayette. Suwannee considered: Planting lime Is not unlit winter but
Columbia Bradford
and Nassau
$ failed to succeed, and the same their popularity and Bradford can be,and usually Is, much Counties. seedlinorder, time,is, now.When it
ratings
( White House more damaging than wind. -Damage to homes. .A large/ tree comes time to plant. remeinlxr these :
pollster said.
homes churches schools and
Many ,
spend all of their time and energy Discussing preparedness measures planted too close to your house will pitfalls and avoid them. Contact your
"There is a clear public in doing what I they believe is already In progress here for the "next farm buildings were blown'down In often damage the siding clog or break county forester noon to get( j our order

perception that no one is in right ana best for the country. Ifthey're hurricane, Harry Green, Chief of the felled the area that, and an so old-timer much timber said "you was rain gutters.,,and loosen roofing. form. ,
control of this Ford Bradford County Volunteer Fire
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doing the job and
could walk from Mikesville to High v,
"We don't intend
Department to
administration." .. this is a major providing the leadership to get be caught with says out britches down." Springs"and never set foot on theground.

negative.: the job done, the polls will Buddy MacKay Seeking

"' inevitably reflect the confidenceand
Information
concerning the in- I
house Ford is approval of the public.
<. polls disclosed in. Re-election in District 6

County Agentsnotebook By I


, .1'ihr') The Silly Season BobbyTaylor rI i : MacKay State Senator of Ocala Kenneth has announced 11. "Buddy"he Is

1 if seeking re-election to the District 6
Senate seat representing Alachua.
Baker. Bradford. Columbia. Dixie. [
<: The hot months of summer all such attempts to neutralizethe Gllchrist. Hamilton Lafayette

''I have come to be known as "the English language by It is nearly time to start preparing' nematicide and then grown a highly Marion. Nassau Suwannee, Union
silly season" when the rising changing words like chairman to for the fall garden. Gardeners who susceptible variety; and parts of Clay, Levy. Putnam and
have seen galled rotted roots Tavlor Counties.
temperature causes otherwise businessman or on J
chairperson to
their spring garden vegetables are Crop rotation will generally help
rational to do
people strange and businessperson, and foreman to probably wondering how to avoid keep soil-borne diseases and MacKay was first elected to the

irrational things.n. foreperson." If the trend losses to knot-know and other' nematodes at lower levels if the alter- State Senate In 1974 following three A I

continues will we soon be tippingthe nematodes. The easiest solution is to native crops are not closely related. terms In the Florida House of Representatives ,-

n. But the doorperson instead of the depend entirely on chemical soil Among the better rotation crops for a during which he won
silliest action of the treatments to kill nematodes vegetable garden are the bahia- recognition from both his colleaguesand tiVETERANS' ; :
current season, it seems to us, is doorman or pleading with the (nematicides) before planting but grasses. If you don't have enough the press? being named Out

the New York woman who woodperson instead of the many prefer not to use chemicals. extra land to move your garden standing First Term Representative _

carried her ERA efforts to the woodman to "spare that tree"? Even those who do use a nematicideswill regularly, at least you can vary the In both 1969 and 1970 and chosen Most
extreme of to have better results if they follow a location of various vegetables within Valuable Representative In 1971 and
seeking
change her
! complete for management 1973.
Gertrude Block the UF program your garden.
name from Lallan Cooperman to of soil borne diseases and nematodes.The .
I Lilian Cooperperson. linguist is sympathetic with Cover crops planted on the garden Since his election to the State Senate

many 'goals of the ERA program outlined In Extension site between crops can be beneficial In In 1974, MacKay was named Most AFFAIRSby
II. What if all the movement but doesn't think Circular No. 339, "Control of Plant several ways.An early dense stand of Valuable Member of the Senate in
>:- Silvermansfchanged changing the language is the Diseases and Nematodes In a Home a desirable plant will help keep out 1975 and 1976, was first runnerup as William S.llaa
their names to solution. 'She out that Garden.. should be an Integral part of weeds. Weeds often serve as favorable Most Effective Member of the Senate Service Officer
points
i Silverpersons or all the every gardener's management plan. hosts for nematodes and in 1977 and has been nominated as
Goodmans to Goodpersons? It German is more "sexist" than Let's discuss: how some of the practices diseases as well as being a problemin most Valuable Member of the Senate
English with its masculine outlined in Circular 399 will help their own right. Some cover crops In 1978.
just to show how ridiculous and
: goes Federal. State County organizations
control nematode in the reduce nematodeproblems
.. i the idea could get. feminine and neuter nouns but problems may actually help. As a member of the house MacKaywas along with veterans' groups
vegetable garden. directly.Soil
that doesn't necessarily make the Chairman of the Committee on are bonding together to find approximately

f'A University of Florida German people more sexist. And Soil tillage-at least 2 weeks beforeuse treatment to control nematodes Governmental Operations. Vice 130,01)0 Florida Vietnam veterans -
although the Japanese languagehas of a' nematlclde or before and soil borne diseases. Two kinds of Chairman of the' Committee on who have used none of their
.language expert reminds us that planting,plow,spade,or till the soil at chemicals are available to reduce Education. Chairman of the Subcommittee educational benefits.
no gender, .the
:a word is just a word and efforts Japanese leasts Inches deep. This helps kill any nematodes in home gardens. Multi- on Educational and They may have valid reasons for
to purge the language of socalled"sexist" culture is considered to be ex- live plant roots and allows break-up or purpose fumigants such as SMDC Environmental Appropriations and not using those benefits, but the Vet

terms will not changesociety's tremely sexist removal of large root pieces: in the (Vapam R or Fume -VR), offer an active member of the Rule and rans Administration wants to talk
i Calendar Committee and the Select with each one who still has time
i soil. Live roots or root fragments can control of some soil-borne diseases
attitude toward equalityof In the meanwhile,if we have to. protect nematodes and other soil- and weeds as well as nematodes. They Committee on Standards and remaining to find out why and to
the sexes. Conduct. Since being elected to the assist where possible. In Improvinghis
de-sex the garbageman. let's give borne disease organisms from chemical are generally more expensive than
: him the title of sanitarian or treatments and natural enemies In DBCP and require a longer waiting Senate, he has served on the or her educational background!
William S. Haas, County Veterans
Appropriations, Finance, Taxation &
J KThe language expert describes waste collector: anything thatis the soil. period between application and Claims. Education and Judiciary Service Officer, who Is participatingIn \
Weed and disease controlare
'as. Ineffectual and misdirected" except garbageperson. Use healthy transplants no planting.improved if a plastic cover or Committees, gaining State and this state-wide campaign jailed
. ., matter how free of nematodes your light water seal can be maintainedover National recognition for his leadership OPERATION BOOST said. "eligibi
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for
already expired some and
has
of In efforts to control In- lity
l"." .' garden soil may be. Introduction the treated soil. DBCP ever fast
nematodes In the roots of transplants (Nemagon R and other brands) does a creasing Insurance costa, to improve expiration dates are approaching
for others. We want to find as as
many!
will defeat Do not buy elementary, secondary and voca- '
your purpose. good Job of nematode control but '
very fast as we
pAt4 transplants which have visible root- tional education and to reform educational we can as can.
BRADFORD
affect
CQ will not significantly fungi, At the present time the VA pays a
SINCE 1179 fcnot-galls on their roots. A gift of a bacteria, Insects or weed seeds In thesoil. funding by shifting educational monthly allowance of fall to a single
few leftover plants from a friend who costs from 'local property taxes to the
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In school full time S370 to
veteran : : a
r f llyr ;t rI p4 grew too many may be very costly, If State.In veteran with one dependent: sin with

OanerOr the roots Introduce a serious problemto LETTERSTO announcing his bid tor re- two dependents: and lift for each
your garden. When producing your WHOM election.MacKay said "It is essential additional dependent. In addition
own plants use a sterile growing IT MAY CONCERNWe that the 6th District continue to have also available is free counseling,
% medium or soil which you have effective tutorial assistance, extra pay for
ioN BOB Q. FEROUSON JOHN M. MILLER representation In Tallaliassee. -
sterilized In the undersigned would like
your oven. I believe that legislative participation In the VA's Work-study
my
Publisher clients and friends of Dr. Joseph Vey experience will enable me to providethat Program and low Interest VA educational
to contact Sid or Linda Newman if
Resistant varieties there are you loans. .
Published each :Thursday and entered' as second Class. Matter some vegetables which have several are interested In trying to help reinstate of the representation 6th District."for all the people .Haas said "I know I have seen

at the Post Office.at Starke, Fla. under Act of March 3, sits ''varieties resistant to the most Dr. Joe Vey to his position as many Vietnam veterans In Bradford
a, common kind of root-knot nematode. psychologist: at the Bradford-Union MacKay was born and raised In County, but-I hope Ufwe I have not
Subscription rate In trade a,.. '7 per year. '4 six months. Growing a variety resistant to the < Guidance. Clinic. Marion County where he'now lives seen who have used none or little of

pry Outside trade area: '& Per year 4M Six Months. root-knot nematodes In your garden : t-SId or Linda Newman with I his wife Anne, and four sons. A their educational benefits will call or
\ may result In having fewer llern.14.Iodes 964-8334 or 964-9977 graduate of the University of Florida drop by and at least talk with me or let
': Phons'064.6305 Starfce..F1oftdII and eggs in your garden than if. Rt 3. Box 311 he .is a lawyer, citrus grower anti me have. the VA get In touch with
you had, .treated the soil with. a .Starke, Fla. businessman. them.
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1" Laura Cockerham perching and where she found It along
V of Fla Student Journalist the trail.
Jerome Edw.rdl.nd con, Jerry, of Mr. and Mrs. J.L. .Bradley This Information will tell forest
Naples are spending this week with attended the wedding of a cousin in Forested land a few miles wet of managers and the habitat
his Mr. and Mrs Merrill Columbia. S.C. on July 22. Mrs. :Starke Is the research site of Lesley population, and preferred
Edwards parents while Jerry Is attending the Bradley remained for a week to visit (lows*and Pamela Skoog, University birds In natural Florida pine,.flat-
UF All Star Band classes in Gaines relatives. Upon her return she was of Florida graduate student in wildlife woods," said Miss Rowse. "
accompanied by a cousin Miss Allyne science. "After the research area is
vile
Bozard. for a week's visit here with Several times week, Lesley Rows. timbered In November, a comparative
Mr. and Mr. Gerry Gibson of relatives. walks along her eight trails listening study will be performed to
Merritt Island will spend the weekend and looking for birds Despite the asses the effect of c clearcutting t ;.
with his mother, Mrs. L.H. Gibson. Lucille Conner Spry was inductedas r mosqultos, poison Ivy, and kneedeepmud birds" she added.
a Realtor Associate In the Brad- Miss Rowso said she finds the "My objective is to determine the
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crosby and ford.Clay County Board Realtors study rewarding."I effect of timber management on
children of Orlando spent the weekend Tuesday,July 25, at the Best Western have been interested In biros deer" explained Pamela Skoog. "I
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Restaurant In Orange Park. She was 4t since childhood" she explained. Miss can judge this by which habitats the
Albert Lee Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. accompanied by Cecelia Terwillegar Rowse Is a native of Massachusetts deer we the ",0It."
Merrill Dees. with whom she Is associated at 4 but is rapidly becoming familiar with The study Involves the full range of
Terwillegar Realty. the Florida birds. vegetation stages to be found In a continuously -
realtors and Associates "My greatest thrill was the day I managed commercialforest
enjoyed Forty a steak cookout Friday, July Mrs. Fred Guy of Gainesville was saw my first wood stork" said the : newly timbered areas, young
21, at the Kingsley Lake home of guest last week of Mrs. James young biologist. pine plantations, and mature pine.
Delano Thomas Blackshear at Kingsley Lake. ni J Pamela ikoog's animal of interestIs plantations.Miss .
M'a 4 the white-tailed deer. In the eveningshe Skoog also plans to study the
Gaedtn Breland of Pasadena. Calif. Mrs. Stanley Martin of Tallahassee } sweeps a spotlight beam across shrubby herbaceous plants In the
Is her grandparents, Dr and was weekend guest of her brother-in- the timbered areas,counting the pairs forest to estimate how much food. Is
Mrs visiting H.(I\ Bellinger this week, law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. L-- of shining deer eyes. During the day available to the deer population. :
Blood worth. she counts deer tracks along a systemof The research projects of Lesley
trails similar to Miss Kowse's. Rowse and Pamela Skoog are among
Tommy Woods underwent surgery Mrs. Janet Turner and daughter, "I am trying to teach Gretel to several under IMPAC the Intensive
Friday In Riverside Hospital. 21-23 with Mr. a.nd Practices Assessment
Kay spent July track deer, said Miss Skoog. Mangement
Mrs. J.F. Burton In Knoxville, Tenn. "These techniques are necessary," Center IMPAC Is the result of cooper
and attended the wedding of a niece, @!1. ..... she explained "because deer are so ation between forest Industry, the
Miss Beth Bauer to Jerry Harris July elusive." U.S. Forest Service, and the University
22. Mrs. James Barron also attendedthe University of Florida graduate students In wildlife science Lesley Rowse with Miss Rowse has seen 70 species of of Florida,
wedding. Gretal and Pamela Skoog. birds In her study area. The most The Bradford County research site
common birds are the Carolina wren, Is owned by Container Corporation of
Mr and Mrs. Steven Mulder of Youth Attend Retreat the rufous-sided towhee, and the America a paper producer CCA also
Chicago. III. spent July 21-23 with her Camp MontgomeryThe yellow-throat warbler. She said that provides equipment to carry out field
parents Mr. and Mrs Seeber Thrust of Dr. Hale's speech will be the wren the towhee, and the great treatments. The U.S. Forest Service
Goodman. 14th Annual Florida 4-H let's not label people because it puts crested flycatcher are still feeding!\ contributes much of the funding for
Congress Is being held on the campus them In boxes and curtails their babies. the projects. The University of
Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell (I the University of Florida this week, "Freedom to Be." David P. Snyder, Each time Miss Rowse encounters a Florida's School of Forest Resourcesand
;:7'A.k returned July 29 after 15 day's July 24.28. Life-Styles Tomorrow Editor, will be bird on her research trails, she Identifies Conservation supplies research
I vacation. They attended the Elks The theme "Freedom To Be In featured Thursday morning with a It by its call plumage, or specialists such as Miss Rowse and
convention July 15-20 In San Diego, Century Three" provides many presentation entitled"Emerging Per. behavior. She records how high It Is Miss Skoog.
Calif. On July 20 they were joined by challenges to the approximately 700 4H'ers ceptions of the 21st Century. this
Mrs. Hazel Paulk and Mrs. Gladys and Agents attending The presentation Mr. Snyder will (cover
Senate Seat
Edwards and all went to Honolulu for program features speakers, workshops recent trends and developments In Cap Wilson SeekslUacKoy's I
I Charley 4Ea seven days. Upon returned they spent contests and special recognition energy, natural resources,
three days In San Francisco. While in and entertainment.Local population, food, world affairs technology A former federal prosecutor with
II I San Diego they were dinner guests of H'ers going to Congress this and social values, and presentan the United States Department of
I Mrs James Barren's son, Lyle week are: Jill Hayes, Randy Harris, analysis of how these develop- Justice has qualified and filed to run
Anderson who also showed them Gene Joyner and Tammy Baldree. ments are shaping our future. for this district's State Senate seat
Johns Jfj around the town.SUMMER. Dr William Hale, Jr., Associate The Tuesday program featured currently held by Buddy McKay.GB. .
CLEARANCE Director, Georgia Center for continuing state competition In 26 different "Cap" Wilson, 37. of Alachua
Fashions Reduced Education,. University of demonstration categories. The 4- Florida filed Tuesday, July 25 for the
Tolls More Georgia, will present the keynote tl'ers attending Congress received seat that represents all of 14 counties,
About This Question: LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. address with "Don't Classify Me." their trip by winning In one of these including Bradford Union Putnam,
Call Streett4SOS1 demonstration categories at one of the Clay, Marlon and Alachua plus parts
13 district level events. Tuesday of several other counties.
"My Homeowner Policy evening was a time for entertainmentwhen Wilson is a former Major with the
unscheduled Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards ;bJjoJ/ < the 13 district winning talent Alachua County Sheriff's Department
covers personal spent Sunday with their son-in-law acts present the Share-the-Fun show. and was head of Uniformed Patrol
property to 50 and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby visited It features a wide variety of per there. While a deputy he completedlaw
percent of the dwelling Dennis in Callahan.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Dansby in Perry on formances from singing and Instrumental school at the University of
insurance. However it to side splitting skits. Florida.
Sunday.
and Mrs Homer Stearns, Mr.
only covers all jewelryand Wednesday was devoted to 15 After obtaining the law degree
and Mrs. Tullie Norman and Eldon of Leadership Workshop Sessions led Wilson stayed on with the Sheriff'sDepartment
furs to $500 total for attended the funeral of Holly Miss Latam Herres Tampa was
Sapp home for the weekend.The family had by Extension Agents and Specialistfrom for another year, then
theft. Should we add a Uillyard in Port Orange Tuesday of the United States Department-
dinner at Cross Creek Friday night to the University of Florida. Topics joined /
'scheduled personal last week celebrate Matt's 20th birthday. Included "Citizenship and You" of Justice.
property' endorsementto "Making Posters and Visuals," "Teen Wilson said many of his supporters
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson and believe McKay concerns himself with G.B. "Cap" Wilson
individually cover Mrs. W.T. Whisenhunt of West and Junior Leadership and many
Mrs. Denise Davis and daughter of Florida 4-H Fashion Revue the state as a-whole too much and
to The
Calif. spent Thursday' more.
Covina
items? lions at least for
these expensive Fort Walton Beach spent last Tuesdayto quadrupled purposesof
with Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Monday with her parents. Mr. and Wednesday evening provided anopportunity caters to the "urban coalitions. property taxes and: I believe retired
Thursday Mrs. W.J. Epperson and attended the for county winners to "Although McKay Is from Marlon citizens should get an additional
Charley E. Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Buck and BUS 1903 class reunion. display their sewing and modeling County Senator, Marion" he said.County does not havea exemption for owning their home." he

AGENCY children of Pueblo. Cob are visiting Mrs. John C. Stephens returned Climax of the week will be the Wilson his wife Holly and two teen- continued Wilson said the of rising
JOHNS their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs problem
Hutson for two weeks. July 27 from a 21 day trip to Europe Awards and Recognition Convocationon aged daughters. Jennifer and Susie, house prices reducing the number of
Hugh where she visited her son and Thursday" ,with the winners In jive on a horse farm in the small townof who carr afford them !I8wwldeIy -
131 S. WALNUT V.J were hi 'daughter-ln= -law 'Mjr.: and Mrs John" demonstrations and record, book Alachua and he practices law at his people publicized'problem: but the
Mr. and Mrs. Spengler '
C. Stephens. Jr. and family at competition being recognized. The own firm In Gainesville. number of people who have
Pensacola to Monday visiting growing
PHONE 964-5070 Friday all donors and "The legal system needs a major
awards'
Kalsersautern'Germany They presented by
their daughter, Debbie at the University homes but can't keep them due to high.
of interest in include and overhaul. Wilson continued "but
of West Florida and sightseeing In visited points Europe sponsors trophies trips taxes is just as serious.
r Alabama. during Mrs. Stephens visit. scholarships. The Congress will conclude that is not the only" area In which I see property"In Bradford County we need jobs,"
with a banquet at which the needed changes. said Wilson, "we need them in
1978-1979 Florida 4-H Council officers. "I want to see homestead exemp- numbers and we need them quick."
will be Installed.



I STORE UPPROFIl it r

To The Voters Of




I : r I Bradford CountyIt





FIND OUT HOW Does My Heart Good To

ON-FARM STORAGE

CAM PAY YOU Know That I Wasn't The Only


EXTRA.Onfarm l;, I Person Interested In
Enough
storage bins and drying _
t equipment from your Farmers

Mutual Exchange can give you Our School System To Openly

a bigger payload in more than I

one way.First Come Out For This District 3
they just about

eliminate equipment downtime Seat Vacated By Our Good
at harvest. Your combines can ,
'
keep right on running, because 4 '
', your trucks aren't off somewhere ,d: Friend Art Holiday

,i waiting to unload at an elevator.That's /

_, reason enough. \'
-: ,:.
-- comingyourway.Withon-arm

'= t you storage want, you to-hold can market your grain when till This Is An Important Job That Has To Be Done By Someone InterestedIn

-. the price is right.'iit' Bradford County Schools And The Financial Responsibility That
Your FM>has the capacity

you need too. 1500 bushels to Goes With It."Absolutely.
r 500.000 bushels And they'rebuilt
I 'j / tough. Heavy duty

I ,' corrugated wall sheets, steep Not" Will There Be Any Unkind Remarks

I : ; pitch clear-span super-rib roofs Made Or Slanderous Statements Made
--- galvanized steel and grade no. 5 Any By My

1 = ,i '; hardened hardware throughout.We Campaign For This Post. This Is A Job Of Dignity And
carry a full line of

.,,. .'0 .- -. -. =. y A to engineered go with them.drying accessories. Trust Put Forth By The Voters Of This County'And. '

Aerodynamically designed As Always I, J.R. Jim Lawson Will '(Above All Else) '

AWr transitions, free air flow
V. perforated floors, simple, Remember This Responsibility. .

rugged steel floor supports for

strength obstruction and of minimum air flow. Your VOTE And \SUPPORT Will Be Greatly Appreciated

'So save time money and And Not Ever Forgotten Or Taken Advantage Of
/ miles with the modern

mechanized storage, and drying
systems for your MX < J. R. "Jim Lawson

.
FARMERS MUTUAL CHANGE+ Candidate District 3

Bradford County Schoof Board

2226 North Temple Avenue. Starke 964-7871 Pd..Pol. Adv 'Paid For By Jim Lawson






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Rev. Leroy Davis Ronnie Thomas E.L. Norman After .d



:(',:'' ; Seek School Board Slot County Commission SeatFortyseven I


". .
.' Democrat promise to work with the present Johns Community College of Palatka year old Starke Norman Is the manager of Sawyer,
.-quaI ll'l edTas d and with the educational which he attended on a baseball businessman E.L. (Nook) Norman Slade Gas, Inc., In Starke, with whomhe
date for the of Bradford County In pro- scholarship. The political newcomer qualified last Tuesday morning for has been employed for 25 years He
teal also being' the motivation of all people. also attended the University of the four year District 2 County Is also a 1949 graduate of BUS and has
Lawson and to the educational system of Florida and has lived in Starke since Commlulon.seaL attended numerous business schools;
The Starke native,is for
running the In the past years.
of Florida Davis said In his be was 18.Thomas.
"My knowledge of the the National GuardIn County Commission seat for the first Norman and his wife. Margarethave
Joined
, f ; commissioned time will face Jesse J. Wolbert and lived at Rt.2, Box 113F-2. Starkefor
of the local district and as an
as they apply 1964 was
Mark B. Adklns In the for the
school laws of He served Execs race approximately 16 years. They
the state of officer In 1966. an
vat now held by George Roberts, whoa have one son, Wayne 23 and one
unit
is also Starke
guard
a criterion tive Officer In the
: necessary r not seeking re-electloa daughter, Margaret Ann, 19. He I la
officer In .
candidacy. and also served as an
It would be unfair for me to make also member of the
a Hcllbron
am aware of the made various units around the state and
progress any campaign promises to the votersof Church.
: Bradford County School System feels"The administrative experience Bradford County," Norman said, Springs Baptist
I moved to Starke In 1969 and 1 gained in the National Guard and In .q "However because of experienceas I
work to continue to improve our my business should help me In dealing a businessman In working my with the ?, '*
system," Reverend Davis with people and with School Board public 1 feel I can work closely with -
"
administration. the Board of County Commissioners
Davie and his wife Thomas has been active in city and to'' try to bring the most effective I iWoRf \
have four children: Leroy county recreation, coaching both county government to the taxpayers
Janice, Janette and Cynthia all youth and adult Softball teams and Is r of Bradford County."
High School graduates. now coaching Starke's Green "I feel that with the help and The teeth of shirks are Mt In
Machine Softball team. He also was a packing of the fine people of Bradford their mouth In rows As one
charter member of the Starke E.L. (Nook) Norman County I can be an asset. to the tax row wears out another takes
member of the "
and Is
Jaycees a past payers.
eer-old Starke businessman local Elks lodge Seeks Commission Pout itt place.
Noegel."I Thomas has entered the race Ronnie lives with wife Neva in the I "
District 3 School Board seat Southgate drive area and has one son, Prison Employee 60 Years Of Service To Bradford 'Union -Cly es/tfenfs|
will face J.R. (Jim) Lawson and Ronnie Thomas II.Roanle ChargedWith
Davis hi that county race. I
entered the race after being ap Smuggling: DeWitt Jones
by both young and old adults r (
me to run for the office," A social services director at the
said. "I don't plan to make Lake Butler Reception and Medical I Funeral HomeflWeOfferThe ,1
campaign promises except to say Center has been dismissed after being
I will serve (the Bradford County arrested for smuggling marijuana to
as I would my own inmates, authorities reported
and use common sense in Monday,
Rev. with school board monies and L :wi Union County Deputy Larry Bereaved

Seeks administration. Cochran charged Homer F Booe, 32,
do think one of the things we have of Raiford with possession of more Family All Of The ."
Is keep a close watch on where than five grams of marijuana and de
Reverent school board money is going," livering a controlled substance to r vv I
from Putnam added. "For Instance, I inmates. 1fl Services Involved In A ,
now Pastor of the rebuilding of the old Booe had worked at the RMC for dl.,
Bethel moderator Baptist of school cafeteria Instead of eight months with his duties Including !i Traditional Funeral
Association. so much money to build a making arrangements for visits by
"
cafeteria. parents to inmates. Superintendent '
also active In is In business with his J.B. Godwin said Booe had been And Burial
as he worked WL. Thomas, as owners of suspected of bringing In contrabandand
year old Oil Company of Starke. He an Investigation ended when he '.
City Council from high school In 1963 delivered marijuana to an Inmate. A \ Having Been"Established
feated by Billy his A.A. Degree from St. M search of Bone s car after the arrest

uncovered more of the illegal weed. ., For

I Church Burglars NabbedThey School ThomasSeeks Board Seat (bringing"He's probably in drugs)not, but the he only was one one Many Years In
that able "
we were to catch, Godwin

should have known better than crossing the street towards the church said. ,.. Our FacilityWe j

to break into a church. at 1 a.m. last Sunday morning. A ::4
Four out-of-lowners picked the fourth person remained beside a Readiness Tests Used to Determine '."' Are Able To ,
wrong time to try and break into St. and .
and Baxter went
over
Edward's Catholic Church, since two parked car > ... ; '
Starke policemen were checking asked what the problem was. The Early Entrance Into First Grade .lf }- Provide Our Fine
brake
man said that he had some J'
doors at the high school when the
y
trouble,and said that no one was with 1
Services You At Less
To Cost.DeWitt
robbery was attempted. .
According to Florida Statutes, a guardian and completion of a medical ,.
Officers Alan Baxter and Philip him.Baxter went .over to the church child who becomes six years old by form by a doctor.These forms may be
the -------------------------------- .t
Lyons were patrolling area when and knockedon June obtained from Mrs. at the
heard movement Inside, 30, 1979 can enter first grade at Payne
Baxter observed three subjects the door, according to the report. the beginning of the school year if he School Board Administration Buildingon "j
The subjects Involved then ran back can demonstrate his readiness for North Temple Avenue,and must be C.Jones
Steve Cardin Has to the car and were placed under first grade program. completed by August 18.
'arrest for breaking and entering. Mrs. Lucille Payne, Director of
None of the suspects were armed,and Curriculum for the Bradford County A readiness test (paper and pencil) Funeral Home : '
Youth Arrest Record, nothing was taken from the church, School Board, warns that there arepossible will be given to the child and if he does
according to police dangers In placing a child in well enough on it, after a conference, Starke Keystone Heights
Kevin Fred Chapman, 28,and Mary first grade earlier than usual and encourages the child will be given a more In-depth
,. Steve .Cardin ,a candidate for the Rolksand Robinson, 19, both of Las parents' to condsider this individual readiness evaluation. of 964.6200 I 473.3176
? Nevada Steve Corson 32, of A the information gained 'from these.evaluations ----------,,-- "
Vegas; ; ; Y :'
,District County, Commission seat kinder ;:;r nrr:
r ? viving a'year.ln' prents'en, RENTAl- '
used
and.a from to.decide
,anrst diia | Detroit Juvenile PennsylVffhia ,," ;\ .will be : r
JlJtIlW" 'i youtlktjniDau"| ", he has
"' "Were" placed 'under1 'arrest. though attended nursery schoolor whether the'child should have early
County The ,on political burglary newcomer charges. was Corson remained with the ca r and was- Head Start. The kindergarten entry to first grade Hospital. Beds_. Walkers__' Wheel. Chairs. & Crutches-. ,
with and being an is more structured than
charged loitering program
arrested in Miami in 1969 when he
accessory after the fact He and most people realize, including in its
17" and charged with
"was barely
Chapman and Robinson are being curriculum a reading and math readi
breaking and entering a building,
held in Bradford County Jail on ness program.
grand larceny to Probation and petty and larceny Parole, $10,000 bond apiece. The juvenile was There is an approved statewide procedure 31&Rr
according turned over to the Division of Youth which is being used by all
Records. Cardin wall never adjudged Services. Florida school districts for deter-- .
guilty but was placed on probation in Police said that the four persons mining a child's readiness to enter -
County in 1969. The probation
could have been involved In numerous first grade early.
affect when the 26 oldpartowner
still in
was of Cardin Brother's year other church burglaries in St Johns The first step is the completing of an
Tank Company moved to Bradford Septic and Clay counties. application form' by the parent or

County and was discharged early in
1973 on the basis of Cardin's good


during probation"Cardin the record.was period never he was any under problem my 4EUQ EP J Jf5 4 rn 4 [lf1Y r

jurisdiction", local Probation A
Parole Supervisor Jim Bloodworthsaid. '138 W. Call St. Stark(9, Fla. 964-5890

.
Starke's O>wn Bakery
Cardin was asked by the
TELEGRAPH to make a statement
about the arrest record but declined MELTAWAYCOFFEE
comment. The Hampton resident
announced as a candidate for office in $
::119Ea.
the fall saying at the time "I became CAKES .
interested in politics after viewing
local government's unresponsiveness r
to the wishes of the taxpayers."


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TELEGRAPH AWtisil.lf

Board Undecided About BMS Courses I


Concerned about bv.}crowded center. Most of the discussion basis: I am not going to support pre- Revenues for 1977-78 for all sources
classrooms, with 8 higher than 35-1 revolved around electives offered at voca lIonal." for the general fund were $4,991.023.
pupil teacher ratio Bradford: County Bradford Middle School. plus a beginning fund balance of
School Board members began budget "I can't see supporting home economics No definite personnel cuts were $55.925, for a budget of $3.545,948.:
discussion Tuesday Aug. 1,and set a and Industrial art over basics," made,but BMS principal Jesse Moore The school system spent $448.925
second: session Monday, Aug. 7, at 7 said board member Arthur Gaskins. said a decrease of one physical education more than 11 received last year leaving
Board member Pat Spengler disagreed teacher meant lens supervision at a fund balance of about $105.000
pmAll the board members seemed to that pre-vocatlonal coursesare criitical times inside the dressing for 1978.79 said Douglas./
be In agreement to provide sufficient: not of value. "I maintain students room and outside on the playing field. "So just to maintain where we were
teachers for battle math and reading that don't go any further than the last year would take about $200,000
skills but disagreed what other areas middle school receive a valuable All the school: principals were on more revenue than we received last
could be eliminated In a money saving education; If your doing away with hand as Douglas went over anticipated year," read Douglas from the outlined. r
effort, pre-vocational programs, do away revenues for 1978-79 against budget.
r lp Eddie added what received In Following the meeting Douglas said
Business manager Douglas with band, Mrs Spengler was actually 197778.
outlined teacher additions and deletions Gaskins maintained, "The people In Anticipated revenues for the contract: pcgotlations with teacherswere
to the board for each school- my area don't want It, they want upcoming budget year total 15262556. coming along satisfactorily and
the tight budget did not include

Clerk Gib Brown Proud of State AuditAuditors Douglas teacher"There raises maintained.Is no this rat year.All hole the money.figures*'

presented showed how tight the
9 I found no money shortage 12,000 to $2,300. A county each taking a turn at moving approval! money situation will be this budget
WEIGHT and Clerk Gib Brown Is proud of the commissioner earns I7.S40 per year. as each item was approved with an year according to the business mana
recently completed audit of his office Supervisor of Elections Jeneva Individual motion. >
LIMIT which keeps track of some$2.3 millionIn Flynn was shorted approximately -Decided to ride out to Santa Fe ger.The budget proposal states the
county funds. $1,600 of her $13,200 salary. Brown Lake that afternoon to look at reduction in weighted FTE reduced
Worst criticism the state auditors, was shorted approximately$700 of,his drainage problem described by lake revenue by $221,000. t
L 7 found in the disbursement of monieswas $21.161 salary. resident James' W. Robinson. Included In the two hour discussioft
that the clerk's office had underpaid Brown said he was aware before the Heard surveyor M.G. McMillan was a request by Millard Brown on
members of the county audit that his office did not carry out announce his "semi-retirement" and behalf of the part time adult teacher
County Sign Shop Now in OperationTwo commission, the supervisor of some procedures the state wanted, agreed, at McMillan's request, to lie asked for a minimum of 10 percentincrease
elections, and the clerk. Brown has adding there simply was not enough retain him as county surveyor. In their hourly wage. Brown
of the flit of hundreds of signs the county will make are exhibited by repeatedly told commissioners over manpower to keep up with state requirements -Was told by Commissioner estimated this would add about$4.009to
Dan Haggerty,right,whole running the new Bradford County sign shop In part the punt year he was underpaying George Roberts that Amtrak wants to his budget for the 27 teachers
of the county maintenance barn next to the Inspection station, and them. Brown had told the board he In other action at the July 10 county Increase \line speed- limit of trains Involved. He said the last raise for the
Commlstloner E.W Hodges, left. was being safe rather than sorry. commission meeting, the board: going through Starke from 20 mph to non-union teachers was in 1968. A*
The county was forced Into the sign making business when the stale, Problem was a formula, based on -Accpeted: the resignation of Dr. 40 mph and if that change is to be part-time Instructors they neve
Department of Transportation turned over the secondary roads In the county population, laid down by state law Jeffry Rubin, county health officer.Dr. allowed by the State Department of reach a continuing contract teache
for
and all but a few of the primary roads were reclissined to secondary status was difficult to compute. State Rubin praised the county health Transportation cross arms and salary said Brown A beginning Ran
the county to maintain.The and single stop sign, auditors worked out the formula when and sanitation staff in his letter of flashing signals will have to be In- III part time teacher makes $$89 an
county did not have a way to make road sign. a they were here, Brown told the county resignation. Dr. Rubin's resignationwas stalled at the Market Road crossing: hour which is lower than all the
like the one above coals$72.50 If bought the open market. commission,and the back pay wUl be effective June 23; he had served Roberts wondered who will pay for surrounding counties Brown added
So, Into the sign business the county cotnmUilon went. Using the Development disbursed as soon as the state auditor 18 months. installation of the new signals required Board members were also asked ra
Authority for surplus equipment and the county set up Its alan shop for general's office checks the figures the -Routinely, without comment study capital outlay requests. Anothe
I $17.000 compared to the $30,000 It costs most counties. Zoning Director L.M. auditors worked out. approved four zoning changes before DOT will give work session was set for ]
Monday
Gaines lied the added responsibility of overaeelng the sign Job. llaggerty was County commissioners were under- recommended by the Zoning Board. permission 'or''trains to Increase Aug. 7, at 7 p.m.
supervisor of a sign shop when employed by the(1 Service. Retired now and paid different amounts ranging from Board members went down the line. speed .
living In the county,llaggrrty proved a lucky find,Gaines says. -


j I No Central County Garbage Dump fIi

I Quick

Causes Resident to Issue Complaint


Bradford County resident Damon energy, I can't afford to drive to

Whitaker came to the Telegraph Keystone every lime I want to dump ILL PICKLES..HAMBERGER..COTTAGE CHEESE..
office Monday July 10, and com something! an angry Whitaker o
Bradford has exclaimed. ..
plained that because no L.MONADE..NAPKINS..PORKBBEANS.DILL
garbage dump In the central area of In answer Bradford County Commissioner PICKLES
the county he and other county George Roberts said the SUPERMARKETS
residents "have to get a truck and County couldn't please everyone on
waste a lot of gas just to dump garbage matters like this
or not dump it at all." "We just don't have the money to
Whitaker said he tried to dump an build a dump within two miles of
old sofa and refrigerator at two everybody In the county," Roberts
dumps In the Starke area but was told said
those dumps are only for bagged Whitaker said "many" other
garbage. Other waste must be residents have complained about the
deposited at the county dump in the same matter and promised "I'll start
Keystone area. a petition and bring it to the County
"These things are fire hazards but Commission, I'm a taxpayer and I
to get rid of them I have to waste want something done about this." Rdlls "' -


II, Two Starke Residents! Hospitalized AfterCar Flipswas


Two Starke residents have been traveling north on Pleasant
hospitalized after a one-car: accidentat Grove Road on the wrong side of the
the intersection of Pleasant Grove road, ran the stop sign at SK-16 .
Road and SR-16 Monday. July 31 at crossed the state highway Into a fenceon ,B rgainsII": ,b..r '. ... IAVI Uvl
I 11'1, p.m the other side of the road and 2811B"OWN
PANTRY PRID
David Marrion Morrison HL 2, Box flipped charged the with car. careless Morrison has driving been, N SERY.) '1 6f OAF LARD[ CALIFORNIA SAVj.2QC cy q '1.

306, Starke'the; driver of the vehicle, without and witha MINI LOAF HONEYDEW
t driving a tag driving m ;NOX *;
and Gladys Morrison of Starke are
I driver's license.
suspended
( resting in "fair"condition at Alachua BREAD 2/89C MELQNS& '' WHITE
General Hospital Two other Starke ;
residents Rocky Thompson and DIESEL VW RABBIT sr.. w..w.I : e.. DI_ ""'"
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admitted to an area hospital. 1150 Lane Av.S Jacksonville, Fla. 89CPCIC 3/l
; The police report says Morrison Phone 781-5511 P1cK FRESH CANTALOUPES- BAG. j2P7 ..-

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Four new employees should, be limbs. Warren Mid he expects the city Chairman Harold Epps turned XMnpensatlon Insurance has gone up dangered. Hardee said hit wife-to-be the property appraiser. to raise the
hired, two on the power plant crew is losing 10 to IS percent of the current Warren's suggestions over to the in price from $37,804 to $59.ooo this has better Insurance through her job same amount of money a* last year.
and two on the street department, going through the power lines because Utility Committee of which Warren la year because of the cityVexperlencemodification. with the state. The city Insurance Property assessment In the city
Councilman Joe Warren told the of limb touching the lines. a member, for study.Commissioners ." program coverage is minimal declined slightly, requiring the
''Starke city commission at Its July 11 The Street Department could also also discussed the "It's a hold up. I move we cancel employee aa,. Clerk MerrillEdwards slightly higher millage to raise the
meeting use two additional employees In high cost of Workman's Compensation it," Councilman Charles Schaefer: says nobody has beat the, same amount of money.There will b4I
"' Warren estimated that two men addition to the present five, Warren insurance which the city Is required stated emphatically, but the motion price for the same coverage that no Increase In city property Lau
''could! be added to the line crew to trim suggested. to carry. Workman' received no second.I better coverage would cost more
don't think we should cancel It money which some city employees) Adooted a resolution abandoning
I outright. We should negotiate," said can't afford.Chairman Epps says the an umue:lortlon Thompson Street
Councilman VernonSilcox.himself Insurance Committee Is working on that runs next to Herbert Cooper'sand
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A7e-13 E78.1. MULTI-MILE TIRES AT8.13 E78-1. Insurance salesman The city could the problem dead ends at the railroad InTemple's of
Addition to the City
818.13 F18.1. 818.13 F7S-14 get In the position of having noworkman'
i First Quality compensation -Appointed Merrill Struth building Starke In northeast Starke behind
$2088 $2488 :Road Hazard $2588 $2988 and being unable to find a company coverage Inspector until the end of the year on aPBy.perJob Powell' Dairy Freeze.
i Guarantee that would cover the city Silcox basis rather than a -Aareed to put a summer Job crew
Plus FET Plus FET Free Mounting pointed out.Attorney salary. Struth replaces Dewey to work elesnlna an overgrown lot
Plue FET
.Free Balancing PIue FET George Pierce suggestedthe Williams who resigned and a "Junk" yard on Cherry Street t
378-1S H78-15 L78-15 city withhold payment of the bill -Approved utility bID 'write-off
078-14 H78.14 J78.15 FREE Q78-1S H78-15 L78.UI submitted by Gerald Brown -Without discussion the council totaling $3,628: for 30 account
Computer Balancing G78-14 H78-14 J78.18NitliPrrchsseOfTires Insurance Agency the local representative set a 1978-79! millage levy of M.M including an $853 bill for a local
$2788 $29" 88 and ask Brown to appear to mills a very slight increase from last restaurant and a $584 bill for the
53288 ,53588 discuss: the situation.Chairman Epps. year's 35.32 mills recommended by Dtvis.on; of Family Services.
Plus FET however turned the matter over to

Plus FET ALIGNMENT PluaFET Plu. FET the In Insurance other action Committee, the Council: School System Insurance .. .

Monroe-Matlc Unanimously passed an ,.
MOST LUBE OIL! & FILTER ordinance authorizing the $190,000 .1
SHOCKS CARS& $ loan from the Florida Bank at Starketo
088 finance construction of the new city Costs Up 2 /Time8Inllurance
LIGHT Most Car a $888 hall. The loan is lobe repaid over a 20
Installed4 $5000
For TRUCKS light Truck year period. Total payback will be
320160. Music and Worth Con- coverage for 58 vehicles, In other action July 17, the school .
COMPLETE FRONT-END struction Company of Live Oak Is the Including 32: buses,will cost the Bradfordshcoolboardllee71n197&79 board:
White s k
contractor. up
WHEELS & BRAKE SERVICE TUNEUP15X8 -Told city fireman Dwayne Hardeehe 2.S times the$4.602: the board paid last -Was told demolition work on the
cannot drop his city supplied year. BUS cafeteria renovation project was
0 Cyl. Most Cars Insurance because the participation about completed and work on the
$ 88 ST-RIIE & Lt. Truck Eleo.* has dropped to borderline of 75t11 Fleet fire and workman'compensation rebuilding was to begin soon.
2688
Most Lug percent and the city has to maintain Insurance coverage has rapidly
Patterns lgn.9 Lea that percentage of participation to escalated In price since State Farm -Was told by Mr*. Lucille Payne
FIRESTONE cover all employees. Other employeeshave Insurance Company the board' that 78-79 ESEA funds have been cut
Fla..f previously been allowed to drop carrier for all three types of coverage back from $25,000 this past year to
964-6436 U.S. 301 N. Starke, 964-6436 the city group but the 75 percent declined to bid this year. Workman's $10.072 due to the county's levying lens I
participation was not then enape& Compensation costs $34,577 this year than the maximum eight miles taxes
up from $32,804; fire coverage cost allowed under current state law.
$24,102: this year up from $14,422, Board members termed such a yard,
stick of local effort extremely unfair
Gerald Brown Insurance Co. of since Bradford property assessment
Starke representing Cotton States, are at approximately 94 percent of
submitted the low bid of 11897. sales value ranking among the 6th or
George Robert Insurance of Starke 7th highest In the state. With much
$12,796: bid was second low and higher assessments than In some
Bradley-Price Insurance of Green counties. Bradford taxpayers are
Cove Springs bid high at$14.867 on the making a greater local effort than
fleet policy. In a brief conference between other counties with a higher millagebut
all three Insurance agents and lower assessments school board
I'Iea1st-' Business Manager Eddie Douglas it members ,ta led.
nier was determined the low bid was the
BUPE RM ARKETS best for the board to accept. -Was told by Mr. Payne that five-
county consortium for purchasing has
The board recently advertised the been expanded to 92 components this
fleet coverage and got back a bid of year Including in-service training for
some $27,000.' Rejecting that bid, the teachers. Each of the five counties. }
school: board lowered speclficatioDStgoing Including Bradford,contributes$5 per
to the lowest standards allowed FTE unit to fund theconsortlum. Most
by t tine state. and rebid. The school supplies are being purchased throughthe
board (assuming a lot of liability for consortium to gel lower prices be-
property damage to get the bid downto cause of quantity purchasing. Paperis
the $11,897 figure, Douglas said. an exception however with the 95
: ti&J. Merritt Williams Starke agent for cents per ream price through the state
State Farm, said his company would beating the$1,49 per ream through the
SKILLET BRAND* not bid because of excessive losses In consortium.Was .
)'i* Mt'qi-aiiAiirA ir"'jr..1'' fire and workman' compensation
insurance.Williams said his company told 220 students are enrolledin
t BACONW* would not bid one portion of the Insurance summer sessions and 14 teacher
package such as the vehicle are working, a pupil-teacher ratio of
insurance without bidding on the fire about 1-15. Mrs. Payne reported In
and workman' compensation cover- answer to a question by board!
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III"1 Iw MIt111WI V1L well.Williams member ArihuMGaskins
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Chipped Meats IN,., 2/'lr, of State Farm Indicated fire' $2.002 to architect Craig Saucy for i
41 I ?I hazards exist In old buildings at the remodeling the BHS cafeteria. Total
G'W ltney's. Great Dogs ,.. 894ZO' high school and the county has failedto project cost will be $171,923 plus the
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I son r ell take adequate precautions In reducing six percent architect' fee totaling
Smoke Links nn1 M 139 4059' accidents. He said State Farm 10315.
ttM [r.adsrwnb1nN paid claims totaling$46,000 last
year
3 .Iwsa I';
.... i 1 $ 20' and$' 4.000 the year before that. A fire -Read a letter from Arthur
loss at old RJE High School in Reno Holliday announcing his resignationdue
Pantry. Pride Biscuits. 4/49' ZOo the previous policy year cost State to poor health. Holliday has been
59C Farm $68,000.State living with Ills daughter Hope near
Axel>< Rods Sour Cream ,n. IS'
Atlanta for the past several months.He .
Les'cal Yogurts lit CUPS 4/ll 1 32' Farm's total premiums last attended the board meeting in
collected from the school board In January and suffered a stroke in
cHOlce American Singles' Ih1 N< 99'10' recent years have been around February which affected his
Iwo NMCNMNICottage 50000. Losses in the past two years coordination and speech.
COMPARE Cheese MW 99' ,10' have exceeded 100000.
COMPARE z : "wa" rn-. Williams Indicated State Farm'sbid

fyne Taste Franks I1UN 88121) LykYs"Smoked Sausage S? M" oeRofmels Soft MarRarinl .1It_ 55' 20' lower on than the fleet that policy accepted would by have the board been "What I I. now proved, was ;

Fyne Taste Bologna nuns M" 20' Wranglers ..n. s1"s.. pTii'mrose Cooked Ham !:: $2" M 1 but the company would not offer that one only .imagined William:" Blake
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w row r rwrwr wrwrrr..wrw.rwr..w.rrrrwrw..wI by Elisabeth Terry "LAWTEY from North Florida Regional
I Phone 7S2434M : Hospital Gainesville on Thursday,
after five days there. We ar happy to
CHURCH ACTIVITIES by Elisabeth Terry report that she did not have surgery. I
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School .....782.330a Dana Wilkinson (daughter of Mr. ,
10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a.fn. and and Mrs. Daniel WUklson) and Ties '
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Trull, of Starke spent the long week I
/ p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Mrs. C.R. Crew. visited her Mrs. Betty Tresca, of Keystone end with Dana's grandparents Mr.
/ EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday daughter. Mrs. Tom Clayton and son, Heights was a Saturday luncheon and Mrs. Donald WUklson. I
School 10 am., Worship Services Ita.m Tommy, of Jacksonville for ten days guest or her sister Mrs. Robert Lee. Mrs. Wendie Smyth, 'of I
and 7 p.m., Training Union I while her husband was away In Mrs. Leonard Melton and children Jacksonville,, spent the weekend with !
p,m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 National Guard Camp In New York. Leon and Celeste visited 6 Flags over her sister Miss Billie Doreen Wilson '
While there, Mrs. Crews visited her Georgia and while there they visited and brothers, Bill and Ray Wilson
pm.FAITH BAPTIST! Radio Program brother-I -law, and sister, Mr. and her uncle Charles Mosser, of Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miscally and \
on WPXE 8 a.m., Sunday Bible Mrs. Jim Glare and son, Jimmy of N.C. July 14th through !the 20th. sons Russ and Greg recently took a t
1 School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. John Tye. Jr., week's vacation. After visiting Disney I
a.m. and 6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Mrs Walter Martin was a Sunday attended the Class Reunion at the Sea World.Homasassa Springs and We kl (
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. dinner guest of her sister Mrs.Sidney Turtle at Jacksonville Beach with the Wachee they spent the remainder of
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I Hansen. 1968 Class of Paxon High School. the week at Crescent Lake lining and
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services Henry Hodges and Mark attendedthe Several couples remained at the swimming.Weare .
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.. Training Stock Car Races at Lake City on Motel until Sunday morning.Mrs. happy to report that Captain
Union 6:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting on Saturday night James Waters returned home Russell Lines of Sumter, S.C. has
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. been promoted to Major. Major and
CRACK UNITED METHODIST Mrs Lines are son-in-law and
.( Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship Senior (CitizensThe daughter of Col. and Mrs. Wen.
Services II am. and 7:30: p.m., ]I'
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30: Mimeses Lori and Sherreo Shinn
p.m. on Sunday Night Choir Practice North central Florida Coalition This meeting will act as a spring returned home Friday afternoon after\
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. of Senior Citizens will hold a board for action and will give all attending Middle East Camp, at
--: Rev. Don Denton will be guest "Candidates Day" meeting In the candidates an equal opportunity to Branford for a week l'I
speaker for August 6th and 13th. Civil Defense Building (Farmers espouse their Intentions to the elderly Mrs. Onie Thornton and Mrs. Mary
HIGHLAND BAPTIST! Sunday Market)301 North,on August 22, from and the people In general with the Sellers and grandson, Greg Hyman
School 10 a.m., Worship Services: 11 10 a.m to 3:30: p.m. framework of political competitionand returned to their homes! in Auburn-
a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting All Incumbents and contenders for give us an Insight as to the quality dale last Monday after a visit with
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. office in the State House of of the Individual candidates running. their sister Mrs. Pierce Crews ','
I.AUK.BAPTISTa Sunday School Representatives and the Senate have Their answers to our questions will Mrs. Gladys Pringle and daughter.
lI 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and been invited to speak on their perhaps enlighten us and the Mrs. Burchfield Miller, of Sanford.
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting and answer questions from electorate in District 3 in judging and Mrs. Pauline DeVore and daughter.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. the rams selecting the best possible candidates Teressa, were Sunday dinner guests
MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST Over 200 Senior Citizen assembled when we go to the polls. of their brother-in-law and sister Mr.
CHURCH: Sunday School 10 am. last year. Sept. 20, In the same Mr. Vernon Olin lit Vice President and Mrs. Lee McClellan. Other guests
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., location at which Senator Kenneth of the Bradford Senior Citizens Club during the day were Mrs. Elnora
HEAT & AIR Training Union 6 p.m.. Prayer "Buddy" MacKay was the principal Inc., is a highly respected person in Prlvett. and granddaughter Mrs.
: CENTRAL Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. speaker. our community, a fervent Christian Shellie Smith of Ohio Mrs. Ota
Complettly Installed From NOltTIISIDB BAPTIST Sunday There are many problems who has gathered vast experience Starling, and Mrs. Alma Norman.*, .
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 bothering the elderly in our state: .hroughout a very active life working Miss Debbie Wilson, of Miami? is
a m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Inflation transportation failure to with and for the people. Mr. Olin has spending the summer with her grand
i 2 TON SYSTEM Plus Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. pass the*7 billion Title 20 funding for been a school teacher family man mother. Mrs..Beulah Norman and ail
t t'I Any Necessary Electrical SMYRNA MISSIONARY community care for the elderly by the and definitely knows of the needs andthe the other relatives in this area. .
Work- BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m., appropriations committee, and a host problems of families and their Mrs. Pauline Roden. of Shreveport
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., of other bills. Both houses did poorly children. His many years as a social La., spent week with her parents
UTS 5:45: p.m. Prayer Meeting In enacting any significant legislationfor worker add another notch on his Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley. Other
e GAS HEAT ELECTRIC HEAT. Wednesday at 7 p.m. the elderly during the last sessionof handle of knowing and serving the guests were Mr and Mrs. Roy Goula
the legislature. people. Furthermore, Vernon Olin and son of Bangor,Maine who spent
'I OIL HEAT PERSONALSDavid like the majority of the good people of the weekend. -
e HEAT PUMPS Shepherd and Robbie Briceare Bradford County has been a farmer.
SOLAR SYSTEMS holding record of 33 games with $1 Even with all of this knowledge he Is Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes. of Brunswick -
at Lawtey Handy Way Pin Ball BROOKERIN an humble man. thrifty, but generous. Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs.
Machines. They both went there at 11 During his 75 years he has had to Hermie Kelly ,on Saturday.
r a m. and stayed until 3:30: p.m. BRIEF learn how to save a buck yet to spend
honored Miss Nora Starling (daughterof BYl Jeanette PrescettPhow Mr. Olin has been endorsed Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardeespent the
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling) with a ;483-1711 unanimously by the Bradford and weekend with their mother, Mrs. Ava
FREE HOME SURVEY Bridal Shower Thursday night, July 4-..Camp Hamilton Senior Citizen Clubs for the, Mae Stevens of Panasofkee. Other
27 at the Fellowship Hall. There were school board post District 1. We are guests were her son-in-law and
32 present for the occasion. They Members of Brooker /-H who went proud of our long association with Mr. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
played three games after which the to State 4-H Camp on Cherry Lake this Olin and highly recommend his Vanzant, of Callahan who went with
bride opened her gifts. The candidacy for election to the Bradford
many summer are: Tiny Hodge, Susie the Hardees. Also another son-in-law
ladies served cake and punch. Welch Patricia Welch, Deena Cox, School Board. Mr. Olin will give and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby
j l J UP TO EER K.2 Il Bob Royal and daughter Andrea of Audry Pierce Michelle Stilwell honest and Impartial service to the Stringer of Miami. This was their.
Tampa came In Sunday and took his Donna McDavId, Susan Navelany people and their children In guidance mother's 89th birthday.
mother Mrs. Jewel Wade and aunt Tammy Mann, Carol Fussell, Sharon i through these uncertain times.
Mrs. Anne Andrews home after they Fusself, Lisa Tucker, Tootsie.Tucker Happy Birthdays to Bill Cosgrove
had spent a week with Mrs. Wades' and Sport Tucker. and Joe Kerrigan.Our Mrs. Wordie Melton and Mr. and
sister, Mrs. Fred Moore. Mrs. Mamie Tucker and Mrs. Linda next meeting will be August 8 at. Mrs. Randy Harris of Ocoee, spent the
I9i Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Cox served as chaperones A School 1 p.m., Pratt St. Rec. Center Starke. weekend with her son-in-law and
M// her cousin Mrs. Inez Rouse of Fort Bus transported the group from this daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
}0 / White. Wednesday to Friday morning.She area after boarding at Starke at 11 Joe Kerrigan Teston. '
returned to Gainesville Friday a.m. Monday July 17. They stoppedat
and was an overnight guest of her the Suwannee River State Park and
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.. had a picnic lunch. '
Terry returned home Saturday at Tucker, honor attendant
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noon. received a Blue Ribbon for the
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I ra Mr. and Mrs. Phil David and Phil, "Honor Cabin Award"..Lisa Tucker's ''commercially. In the. VpitedStatea; .
.-..... -. Jr..ot.wke.ciUr..vL ted ttwlr brother- Cabin was Cabin LeadMvstlsvTootsta ; k1INT '
in-law ana sister, Mr. and Mrs.: Tucker's Cabin was Cabin Leader. '"" Of the many"varleties of Mn&flxdy::

i Wendell Sanders and family on Michell Stilwell, won "best all around .' ,' By Peppermint and Spearmint are
iI Friday night. Camper" from Bradford County. Important as flavorings for foods.
J Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons Tootsie Tucker Deena Cox and Audry Mary Yearta Spearmint, caued that because of its
I Marvin Andy and Dale and Mrs. Pierce attended Camp on a 964-6280 Ext. 284 steeple-shaped flower spikes, Is.a
Darlene Norman and sons, Jim Scholarship. Everyone had a very native to the Mediterranean and used
Kenneth and Kevin spent a week with enjoyable week at Camp. i MAKJUKA1VI for many centuries. (lit is called Our
SAWYERAir I II their cousins, Mr.and Mrs. Roy Smith Created by Venus to poultice a Lady's Mint In France and Erba
and family, of Seville.Mr. Personals wound caused by one of Cupid's darts Santa Maria In Italy.) It was known to
and Mrs. Tom Whaley and (according to mythology). Marjoramor the ancients as the very symbol of
daughters, of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.Virgil Those from here attending the Sweet Marjoram has always been hospitality. It was crushed and
Air Inc. Griffis and family of Palatka funeral of their brother-in-law the symbol of romantic love. rubbed on table tops; strewn, as the
I I and Mr and Mrs. Danny Luke were William Thigpin of Apopka, Throughout the centuries It was used herbalist Gerarde writes "in
Air Conditioning' Expert Sunday dinner guests of their mother, 21, In Orlando, were Frldayl.July too in perfumes and medicines and as chambers and places of recreation
I Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson sister, Mrs. RUBS, Bill and Rosa Mae Jones Sonny a token of honor at public functions. pleasure and repose" and crushed as
Daisy Boch, and daughter, Miss Lynn and Bobbie Jean Jones, and children. Marjoram, a native western Asia a perfume for the bath.
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Starke Whaley. While they were In Apopka, they and the Mediterranean, is a cousin of Peppermint seems to have remained -
and Mrs. Chuckle Rentiers
Mr. and unknown until the end of the
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visited Buddy Leila Mae Russ and the Increasingly
I family of Summerville, S.C. spent a Francis It Lois Russ. since both of these perenniallanisbelong 17th Century when it was discoveredin
; week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. To end a very happy vacation Mr. to the mint family. The leaves. England growing as a wild plant.
1 and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and family. & Mrs. Paul Prescott, and Johnny are grey green In color. Like Spearmint its aroma is strong
traveled to Lakeland. Sat. July 22. to Both whole and ground Marjoram and sweet with a cool after-taste.
visit their Mother Mrs. Nellie Pringleand leaves are sold. This herb has many Mint for the spice shelf is sold as
sister, Emma and to their happy delightful uses as a flavoring.' It is Flakes or Leaves. It is a very popular
A surprise, their' brother, Mr. Ezzell particularly good with vegetables flavor for candies and frozen desserts
Bradley of Lschoochee. He was lima beans peas and green beans. It of many kindsteams: deliciously with
r visiting his Mother a few weeks. They enhances the flavor of lamb and chocolate and many fruits and is a
saw their sisters, Kay Watson and mutton and Is one of the herbs in good addition to tossed green saladsor
Marie Nichols and their families poultry and Italian seasoning Many cooked with'peas and carrots. Mint(
while they were there. On their way processed foods such as liverwurst Jelly and Mint sauce are famous
home they stopped by Center Hill and and head cheese use accompaniments for roast lamb.
visited a while with their Uncle Marjoram along with other spices. Mint is imported from Belgium.
i NAPA Richard & Aunt Rosie Pringle and We import most of our Marjoramfrom France and Germany. Much fine Mintis
their children, Mozell Fudge and France Portugal Greece and also grown all along the West Coast
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Dolores Meng Tommy Crosby to Eustls last week.

Ellisbeth C.Walker Pleasant Grove United Methodist Phone''''-''IS These young musicians from Starke's,
Phone 4MH3Dell Church: Every first and second First Baptist Church attended the
Monday Young Adult Choir I't'hr.prsal FIRE Lake Vale Music Camp. Beside
Chapter 118 O.E.S.i Dell doing lots of singing, they also participated
a17 p.m.Every Tuesday 7 p.m. Young The Hampton Area Volunteer Fire
Chapter has terminated meetings for Junior Choir rehearses Wednesday 7 Department extinguished: a fire in the in arts and crafts programs.HAMPTONLAKE .
of
the month The next
August. p.m. Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7 rear of a van parked near .the Post
will be held
10. All
meeting September pm. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 Office Tuesday. The van whose owner
asked to remember
members to
are a.m. Services are concluded for the had not been Identified then drove off
be present for the very Important in the driving rain!
day.
The will be held in
meeting
meeting Marriage Announcement The Mrs. Mary Overholser returned :
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. Carol DeSue and Airlines .
marriage of Vivian VACATIONERS home on July 25 via Eastern
Ronnie Lee Fountain will be held Robbin and Jerry Wadsworth are from one month's stay In Indiana and
CHURCH ACTIVITIES August\ at 1 p.m. at Pleasant Grove soendina this week in Jacksonvillewith Ohio. She visited her son and family
Church of God In Christ Bible United Methodist Church. their Aunt Lilly Barber. They William and Pat Overholser, and
Band each Tuesday 7 p.m. Pastoral All friends and relatives are Invitedto have plans of visiting Marineland and children, Jeffrey Allen and Scott
Teaching Friday 8 pm. Sunday attend.The reception will follow the Silver Springs also. William who live in Morrlsville Ind.
School 9:30.: Morning Worship 11:30: ceremony at 415 West Utah Street at : 4 Justin Wadsworth is active as ever They all enjoyed sightseeing Mrs.
with Ministers Dewey Taylor and Kayin the home of the bride's mother. since his broken arm has mended and Overholser spent some time with Mr
charge. YPWW 530.: Mt. Morlah United! Methodist the cast removed as the result of a and Mrs. Lloyd Rowe Before returning
Mt. Miscall. A.M.E. Church: Choir Church: Choir rehearses Wednesday recent accident home she visited her sister -.
No. I will rehearse Thursday (tonight, 730.: Sunday School 9:30: a.m., it Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fontaine Mrs. Elizabeth Turner In Cincinnati,
II p.m.). All members are asked to bepresent. Morning Worship 11 am. Services 'S'r from Oxford. Conn are spending ten Ohio.
Sunday School 10 am. will terminate for the day. days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. All Greater Bethlehem! Freewill Wilfrid Fontaine They areaccompanied
members are asked to cooperate with Baptist Church: Each Monday 7:30: Starke Senior Girl Scout Betsy Yawn I". was one of 130 girls from across the their sons Matthew Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges and
all activities of the church. Tiny Tots rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30: nation selected to participate la the performing art workshop to be held In ; daughters JoAnn family had as weekend guests their
The Pint Born Church of The Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 8 p.m. Connecticut: August 2.1., and Janet spent the previous week aunts. Mrs. Howard Givens from
Living God: Each Tuesday 7:43: p.m. All Male Chorus rehearsal. Thursday here and were happy to see their Headland Ala. Mrs. Mildred Kirkland -
Prayer Service. Each Friday 7:45: Story Hour and Senior Choir re- Labrador Retriever puppy, Shadow of Fayette, and Mrs. Rene Snell"of
Tarrying Service. Sunday School hearsal. Friday 6:30: Group two from Starke Girl Scout who also came along for company.. Montgomery. Ala. On Sunday they
10:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: the Mission Department will meet at William Lahn arrived via Eastern entertained at dinner. rents,
Home Mission 8 p.m., Y.P.C.W. 7:45: p.m. at the home of Mrs. Airlines at the Gainesville Airport on Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brooks also
Everyone Is Invited. Mammle McCutchen. Saturday July 25th after spending one week attended. Also visiting were their
Senior Ushers will sell dinners from in New York visiting relatives and friends In New daughter and son-in-law, Ralph and
=>i the kitchen. Sunday Is Pastoral Day. WorkshopSee Jersey. Bill and Josephine Fontainemet Kim Morgan of Starke. Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School 9:30: Morning Worshipand him and brought him to his home. Vernon Parmcnter and daughters,
Baptism 11 a.m. Dinner 1230.: Broadway, Times Square, member of Include the Alachua Debbie and Mary Ann were among
4-H News Evening Worship 6 p.m. Empire State Building, and the many County Youth Orchestra, the BHS Mrs. Ruth Riddfck accompanied by dinner guests that day
Free Canaan True Church of God other highlights of the nation's largest band, and the BIIS drama club. As a Mrs. Jane Ratllf of Starke, took their
Tammy Baldree theTheressa In Christ: Monday 7:30: p.m. Prayer city. freshman and sophomore,.she played daughters Cassie and Debbie, to rgoT7rProfessional
Club won first place In the Florida 4-H Band meeting. Each Wednesday 730p : Sounds pretty nice,doesn't it? Well French horn in the AJI- tate Band, Tallahassee on July 23. Also riding ..
Food and Nutrition Individual .m. Tarrying Services Sunday Senior Girl Scout Betsy Yawn, 14, of and In junior high she played first with them were Debbie Harper
I Demonstrations. According to Mary School 10 a.m.Ebeneser Starke troop 669, left for a twoweekstay chair for the All-State Band. Esther Pearson, Terry Goodge and
Yearta County Extension Home Baptist Church: In New York yesterday,August 2, Betsy's interest In drama has led Donna Alvarez.The girls attended the Carpet Cleaning
Economist Food and Nutrition Thursday 6:30: Prayer Meeting, along with 130 other Girl Scouts from her into the production of several Majorette Camp that week and stayed
Demonstration competition Is one of Sunday School 9:30: Morning Worship across the nation. puppet shows at the Bradford County at Cash Hall. They practiced twirling Shampooing Or
the most competitive 4-H Demonstra 11 a.m., Evening Worship 6'30. Betsy was selected for the trip, library. Along with other Girl Scouts new dance and marching routines. Steam Cleaning
lion events. New Bethel Baptist Church: which will actually consist of various In her troop Betsy.made the puppets, Mrs. Klddick and Mrs. Alvarez
Tammy demonstrated how to Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting and performing arts workshops, after wrote the scripts and produced the brought them all back home on Stripping & WaxingTile
I prepare "Strawberry Pancakes" as Bible Study. Saturday August 11, 7 completing an In-depth application shows geared for younger children.She Friday. Floors
well as provided information on the p.m., Choir No. 1 will rehearse. describing her cultural and artistic has also helped write class homecoming
nutritional value She served Sunday School 9:30: Bible Class f p.m. background,her nine years of work as skits at the high school and as Mrs. Ruth Klddick was 964-8596 Starke
homemade strawberry on her New Bethel Baptist Church at the a Girl Scout, and other aspects of her an elementary school student Betsy accompanied by her parents. Mr. and
pancakes.Her syrup corner of Killer and Florida Street life that would qualify her for the trip. wrote and acted in numerous school Mrs. Raymond Baxter, in transportIng Free Estimates
first 4II demonstration at and Ebrnezer! Baptist Church are She also was interviewed by Girl plays. her son. D.J., Beth Francis and
events was three having a combined Vacation Bible Scout officers In Jacksonville and
county years ago.
After steady 411 work and Improve- School from August 14 18 beginningat they were Impressed enough to make
ment, Tammy placed first last weekat 5 p.m. to 730.: There will be classesfor Betsy one of only two girls making the '
the University of Florida during the Preschoolers 4, 5 years old, trip from the north central Florida ;. 7
Florida 4-H Congress. children younger middle and older, area. OH. Ml GOSH, THEY POT '
and adults. All Invited to 4 p ,. ,
Tammy Is the daughter of Mr. and youth are The Girl Scouts are staying in ANN r
Mrs. Charles Baldree and has servedas attend and learn more about the dorms at West Connecticut College, NOUS TRAILER HSXT '
President of her 4-H club. She Bible. Transportation will be provided and the major portion of their time OOOR'SEE
represented Bradford County on the from Ebenezer to New BethePleasecontact will be spent in performing arts work-
Florida 4-H Club Council.To Brother Horace Griffin phone shops, ranging from clowning
004-7193, if you are in need of
arrange for a demonstration on techniques to Shakespearean theatre.
"Strawberry Pancakes" for your transportation. One day will be devoted entirely to
organization contact Lowell Parrish Greater Allen Chapel! A.M.E. seeing New York though, including ,
at the Bradford County Agricultural Church: Friday night 7:30: Lovefeast tours of the Statue of Liberty, the
I Building or phone 904-6280. Service, Sunday School 10 a.m., Empire State Building, and the World
Here is Tammy's winning recipe: Communion Service 11 am All Trade Center
members who cannot attend Com
The girls got their choice of
STRAWBERRY PANCAKES munion Service Sunday morning may Broadway plays to see Including
have Communion Friday night. "Annie", The Wlz", "A ChorusLine"
Carva Lodge No. 84 will sponsor a "The and .". v'4
1"i Cups Sifted Self-Rising Flour or King Betsy +seJ
'1 4' Teaspoon Baking Soda program at Calvary Baptist Church. chose "Annie". The trip will also : ,. %,a:. :, r
Davis will be the
2 Tablespoons Sugar Kev Leroy speaker. include an evening with Arthur
I Egg Fiedler and the Boston Pops.
+1 Cup Buttermilk Register to Volet I Pleas Registerto Betsy may enjoy the Boston Pops
1 Cup Strawberries Vote! Your vote is needed. the most, since her 'Interest in JOHN BRQWN TQDAY
3 Tablespoons Melted ShorteningSift Everyone 18 years and older needs to the Performing Arts is music:She has / ". '
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register. been playing French horn for 3V4 :
together flour, soda, and sugar years, and hopes to eventually play For The Ultimate In
into one bowl. Beat ecu! in another for the Chicago Symphony, which she
bowl and add buttermilk and describes as having the "best brass
shortening. Add liquid ingredients to First PresbyterianChurch section in the world." Pre-Constructed Homes
dry Ingredients and stir until blended. Organizations relating to the
Cook over medium heat performing arts that Betsy Is a

+If using frozen strawberries, reduce News ByFIeetwood----

amount of buttermilk to 'U cup.
by Arlette LoveCome
STRAWBERRY SYRUP share the fun and learning of Models Available With Fireplace
hosted .
Vacation Bible School being by
1 ',4 Cups Prepared Strawberry Juice the First Christian Church of Starke Pinevalley Congregational Holiness
1 Teaspoon Lemon Juice August 7 thru 11 Church services: Sunday School 10
L JOHN BROWN'S MOBILE HOME CENTERHwy
1 *4 Cups Sugar or 1 Vt Cups Sugar Instructional and craft classes will a.m.; Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
14 Cup White Corn Syrup be held for preschoolers thru sixth Evening Worship 7 p.m. Thursday
Combine the juices and sugar in a grade between the hours of 7 p.m. and Worship Service 7:30: pm. Keystone Heights Fla. 473.3775
saucepan. Bring to a rolling boil and 9 p.m. Refreshments will also be Rev. David Hodges is the pastor, 1i;
boil for one minute. fount the time served to all those attending.
after the mixture comes to a boil. Sunday evening services on August .
Remove from heat and skim off any 13 will feature the closing exercises of "

foam. Pour into a clean, half.pint, or the weeklong program.For .
pint, canning jar, leaving 'a Inch further information call Jim ro
headspace. Seal jars for future use. Love, minister at 964-6100 or Steve }

Syrup may be served hot. Wright at 9656654. h JUNIOR JEANS :


II St. Edward's Offers Varied Summer Program '., k. FILL YOUR SHOPPING BAGS WITH III{l AND 'SLACKS '

Cotton blends, Denim
Cords, Poly Gobi, and .
St. Edward's Catholic Church in work. Art, Guitar, Acting Carpentry, UPER AVINGS Twills. Ant. styles and colon. :;
Starke Is offering a unique summer Macrame, Leatherwork, Photography $ $ '
arts program to its young parishion and Journalism. w
ers. From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Each class is one hour and is open to $6s5 "
Wednesday, free classes will be those in grades one through twelve. -
offered in Baton Baking:, Needle- The classes will continue every FOR SCHOOL! ;
Wednesday through August 23. The $162
Instructors are all qualified : .
parishioners and Include Donna .. .. ", .
t Obituaries Samons Ruth Meng, Ann Stefanelli, '-e_
Mary Stanley, Lawrence Meng,
MRS. BLANCHE F. CUNNINGHAM Mauro O'Neal!, Bill Vogeney, Claire : r5.7 fMi-
t Brunettl Francis Meng, and Dolores ir
Graveside funeral services will be h

held today, Thursday, August 3, at 2 Meng.A finished product from each class BOYS' BELTS GIRLS TOPS GIRLS' BOYS' LoNS
p.m. in the Keystone Heights will be disolaved at a covered dish ){I
Cemetery for Mrs. Blanche F supper August 27 j '' Sizes 20-30 { AND SHORTS (i DENIM JEANS 1( SLEEVE SHIRTS
Cunningham 88,who died suddenly at Visttn ml Siwts
her home on Tuesday in r
morning Sizes 7-1.
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$900 $825
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is survived by one daughter, family of W. Fred Moore wish ;
(r'\ Mrs. Luella Trammell of Cleveland. to express their heartfelt thanks and ams SUD

Tenn.; two sons Warren F. deep appreciation to all who extended p
Cunningham Gainesville, and comforting sympathy and help during L
Richard D. Cunningham Keystone our recent sorrow. For the beautiful
Heights one sister Mrs. Ruby Snow service, prayers, cards, floral offer- esmstraffiOt
of Lake City; and one granddaughter Ings and food, we are grateful.A 7.r
Keystone Heights. special thanks to the Bradford /
Thomas P. POll ton, pastor of the County Health Department Mr. f I u
Keystone Community Church, will Arthur Williams Bradford County BOYS' SHORT BOYS' PANTS
JUNIOR BOYS' DENIM
officiate during services. DeWitt C.
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Sheriffs Department, the Emergency
f Jones was in charge of arrangements. Medical Technicians and DeWitt C. L .J1\1( SLEEVE SHIRTS M .SIj
JEANS
Jones Funeral Home. DRESSES .A +np
Glenn Hundley Mrs. Fred Moore and Family Sizes 8-20 1 ( ) ..
Mr. Glenn Hundley died Friday, BRAND NAMES $600. I :
I. July 28, In Wuesthoff Memorial ( $500. j( $5
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Hospital Rockledge, Fla. He was a $2075
retired Navy Chief Petty Officer and a The family of Glen Thomas wishesto STORE HOURS $758
former resident of Bradford County express their deepest appreciation $650 'AHD$6GOMON.FRI.
and Union County. for the many many acts of sympathy .
Survivors Include his wife EleanorP. during our recent loss of'a loved one.
Hundley of Cocoa; three sons, Roy Thanks so much for the kindness 9s3O-5s3O
of Jacksonville. Bruce of Warwick shown from all, for food, telephone ....
R.I., and Conrad Kenneth of Lake calls, floral offerings, donations,
Butler; one daughter, Paula L, of prayers and the beautiful service.All LAKE BUTLER APPAREL == mutatMtntwro
I Seattle, Wash.; five sisters (all out of have helped us in some way.
state) and three grandchildren. May God bless each and every one of SATURDAY I'IIIlCIUIM

Funeral services were held you. HIGHWAY 100 LAKE BUTLER TURN BY 118.1T11418-3181
UNION GENERAL:
Tuesday,August I, at Brevard Memorial Catherine Raymond, Katie and Judy 9:30-2:00: : ,
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I Baker Soars to 7 5, N atit ) !' 1<: 1 I ''r..p';, ,".I




Sports Festival Crown .7


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Starke's-MUton Baker rain-delayed event.
American record holder Fran Milton went on to take two ales at 76 :
Jacob and the toughest field he'i but with his trouble-prone back
ever faced Sunday,July 30, as he took starting to ache he passed up his third
the high Jump title in the first annual chance at the height : I ,[
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National Sports Festival In Colorado "I really felt ,
Springs, Colorado with a personal here," Baker said of ,
record 7 feet S Inches. stay in Colorado .


Bradford County resident should be able to see IaIJhIJ&!!
Baker's winning performance In the National. Spurts '
I Saturday August s, on ABCs Wide World. Sports.
ABC channel's IT and 20 will show two hour of taped .
"Mint-Olympic: starting at :3:30 p.m. Saturday.The (

7-5 clearing tipped Milton's own other -) :\
National Junior College record and jumped really well \
tied the Santa Fe Community College bad day Wednesday
leaper as the third highest American everything going
jumper of 1978 according to the mot lice Thursday. I told j
recent issue of TRACK AND FIELD there was no way ,
NEWS. Only Jacobs 7-7V4, and beat me if he just :
Dwight Stones, 7-8V4, have gone what he'd been ;
higher this year. felt if he could only go : f ,
"Man, I was so happy when I him" Baker added.
cleared 7-3, I hit the pit and 'lumped Baker hadn't
back up to almost 7-3 again,' Baker since winning the
remembered.The win also gave him a College outdoor title
meet record In the first ever meet that inactivity seemed to li-'l
has been dubbed the "Mini- hinder the '
Olympics" because it brings together champ.
thousands of American athletes in reputation.'V :t I
Olympic sports. "Because 1 '
my legs were a lot l' "
Starke's prize high jumper was are during the < !
locked in a duel with NCAA champ reasoned, "I was !.I i ",
Jacob and AAU runnerup Benn ready to jump 7-5." I"
Fields of the Philadelphia Pioneer during the summer :
Club as the trio moved to the front of to infrequent
an excellent seven jumper field that pickup basketball i
also Included such notables as Jeff The rest of the "
Woodard of Alabama and James busier. August i is .. .,
Frazier of Arizona.20 year old Milton'was track and field meets
more Impressive than either of Milton admits he may .'and. i I J
the two "veterans"1 as the bar was compete overseas
pushed up. Baker cleared on his first the '
try each time at 610.7,72\ '% and 7-3 "I'm just waiting In I
as the field thinned out Brooks (Johnson i;
Jacobs passed at 7-3 and the bar at SFCC), he should; hl'l, :
moved to 7-5 for all three jumpers. wants to Invite me to I ;
Milton was the only one of the three With his win rn ,...'r i
that has never cleared that height. .
his
Olympics .
Jacobs, America's top-ranked high second in nine meets I j
recent declaration only ,
jumper tried 7-5 three times, failing Is no longer an l '. ;'J o .
each time. With ABC TV cameras "
be ranked
focused on them Baker and Fields two reasonably high jumper in 'F.,: ; '
both cleared 7-5 on their last attemptbut Jacobs, so it seems a i' J
the BUS grad took the gold medal will be Invited to .:" ; : :
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II Waters Comes Close ; Businessmen. Earn Men's B Trophy I



1, Water's Bulldozing fell to the top Charlie Green handle most of the r---
-tom: :. ",,"\iN c' .' j r :: I two teams in their last two games and hitting chares.The home team won 15. iaL
p finished In third place in the Men's over Super Pretzel, and left tielierGreen
Class B Sub-dislrietTournament, held began his assault the opposing ,
this past weekend. July 27-30, at pitchers by belting two home runs
Westside Park. and a double. Green finished the
The Gainesville Businessmen, who tourney with five home run and a .118
1 had been dropped into the loser's average.
bracket earlier with a 12-3 loss to Thesecond game featured probably
Waters,stormed back Impressively to a local softball first, as Waters
grab the first place trophy by winning handed champion Gainesville
(, tour \ games on the final day Businessmen their only Iou 123. The
t\ by straight margins. McKleroy'sAuto locals were In the midst of a big seven-
Parts,of Lake City,lost the final run sixth Inning when, with the
two games of the tourney to the singling Larry Mercer on first,
Businessmen to finish In second place. Charlie Green was' Intentionallywalked.
The top two teams will travel to Ocala Green had collected his third .lii_;' ,' '
next weekend for the district tourna* homer two games the Inning before. ,) :. ".
... mf'flL lUcky Bennett must l have wanted to d. ,, .,.r', ,.
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-- first two games. The poor Boys justcouldn't John Ramsey came up an out later to *.,(tf; ) ?
seem to put together In the add an insurance run with a deep '

tourney,losing 17-7 Thursday night to roundtripper to left. Poor second baseman Larry Brown rip what appear to be a cure hit
Boys'
Pretzel of Gainesville and 1M Waters still had their power game
Super Gainesville. Brown' shot turned Into afielder's
loss to Pretzel of
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Western Auto of Lake game
Saturday to knocked out
better, 8Ilhl" got
choice the Poor Beys'luck wasn't any
City. First baseman Buddy Paterson tournament on Sunday, but they .
led Lawtey hitters, going S-for-8 with couldn't sustain'any rallies. Charlie of the tourney In two games.The
four singled and a double. Green ripped a two run shot, his
LWCI stayed close In both of their fourth of the tourney, John Ramseyhit Gainesville ten slammed nix deserve credit for playing some of the
games, losing to the Hog town Rollers his second with one man on. and homers to turn the tables on the best all-around softball in a long
of Gainesville, 10-7 Thursday night Jim Lewis added a solo blast In the previously more powerful Waters II- while. They had lo win four straight
and bowing out to the Dairymen of seventh to account for all of Waters' 6. The unstoppable Charlie Green on Sunday to take the trophy and they
Mayo 9-7 on Saturday Garfield Harris runs In a 13-5 loss to tourney runner again collected a two-run homer and were well up to the task. Terry
had a home run and two singles and a up McKleroy's.The Jim Lewis added his second tourney Andrews laced six home runs and
I 4 double. Businessmen then avenged four-bugger, but it wasn't enough, as leadoff man Pat Padgett was on base
Waters opened with a defensive their earlier loss and knocked Water'sout the locals finished In third place. most of the time by collecting\ 1.1
struggle that saw the cleanup batter of the tournament in the process. The Gainesville Businessmen safeties in 2l> trips.d ) .



Water's Bulldozing' left fielder Charlie Green, on plate, la I greeted by \
teammate after ripping his fifth homer of the Men' Class B Subdistrict ,1 v
tournament at Wriuilde Park. Green led his team lo a third place finish %
knocked out by eventual champion Gainesville Businessmen, by hitting at an
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'The obvious strength of this year's Cleve Myers. 133 Is also in the wide TABLE WOODEN USED 4 PIECE
offensive football team Is the back- receiver race and sophomore Kenny BIG
fit-Id." BUS Head Coach David Hurse Clark showed fine hands In the spring
proclaimed as he looked at the rosterof and could be one of a handful of sophomores BAR STOOLS BAR SET$2900
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the backfield and their combined known quantity, the offensive line remains -
experience could make the offensive a question mark. Only one )' peg.16"-
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last year a thing of the past. Quarter- operate without '77 stalwarts Bobby ; 'ZSgIlOFi
back Jeffrey Norman 175. returns for Smith and Isaac Cummings. If foot-
his second year at the helm of the ball games really are won In the
Tornado veer offense and the hard- "trenches" an Inexperienced group of
wotklpg! senior showed vast Tornado blockers will have to mature1
Imprpvement in the spring. He. rapidly to push BUS to a successful" Faal.11 ;. '. 'II. 'r :
shd4iAi( he- could lug the ball in tlicr pseason in '978.-' :. ,
SpringJamboree and will be called on "Our offensive linemen had a good USED
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Backfield mates Doug Reddish 180 weeks of practice in the fall will be 17" RCA COLORTELEVISION
and Marvin Tyson 163, also returned crucial we have to get a lot done then.
while part-time 1977 starter Marty Most of them have Been working hardin 25" CONSOLETELEVISION
'hastam. I HO.. will man the flankerback the summer and should report backin UNTIL 5:30Saturday
post Reddish and Chastain, excellent shape."
have packed on 10 pounds apiece since The pillar of the front line crew will ;
last year with some summer weight be returning starters Marcus Cruce,
work while Tyson, last year's leading 195 who Hurse claims "should be one
ground gainer, with 758 yards adds of the outstanding players in the state
breakaway speed to the backfield. next season." Cruce's strong suit is
"Marvin is the guy who can go all his quickness and the 10 pounds he's
the way for us but he tends to be in gained since last season make him Many If cms peg- i
jury-prone to pull hamstrings" even more formidable. sR399 Oo $65900
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''I expect us to execute our offense l guard posts are Juniors Al Chapman. .
much better than we have in the past 190. Jay Griffis. 150. Scott Clark, 155. t
because of our experience in the backfield Johnny Bell 165. Mike Williams, 160.
and also because of our coaching and Hobble Pierce 160. SEVERALBIG ALL NAME
staff's experience with the veer.' One letterman returns in the offensive S ALLAPPLIANCE IR
Hurse said. "This is the third year tackle corps. Junior Allen Scott. BRAND
we've run the veer and we're much 230 had a good enough spring to all BEDROOM E
more knowlcdgable about the offense but clinch a spot on one side. Scott is
now in Iowa for a wrestling camp and v. 15 to 25 % OFF LINE
Behind the backfield starters should return in top condition. "Allen SUITES
defensive back Doug Reddish will return could be one of our leaders this year." I
to back Norman at quarterback Horse said.Seniors SAVINGS RS
w hue underclassmen provide depth at John Valinsky, 220 Benny SUMMERCLEARANCE *
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Juniors John Bennett. 150. and vying for the other tackle position. /20FF'
Edward Hamilton, 160, are offensive Ronald Mathews a 175 pound TO WASHERS & 3040IJFFSUNA
hacks and sophomore Mike Jordan. Junior is penciled in at tight end after
145.: also may see varsity reserve an excellent spring. Nurse cited 1 '
action In addition Tyson. Chastainand Mathews'"fine attitude"and said the DRYERS ROOM SIZERUGS
Reddish are almost interchangeable underclassman has lots of potential. Y 20"
and can all play the three back-- Sophomore Jimmy Wright, 150, will
field positions, according to Hurse. back Matthews. '
The wideout spot Is still up in the Cruce will again handle the place-- ELECTRIC
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Dale Rogers Richard Milner, priorities In the fall will be finding a Priced fo "9 259lt2
Dewayne Cummings and Donald punter" Hurse said. Tyson Chastain RANGE
Reddish could switch off at that Cummings and Rogers will handle
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largest bass. Dale Johns placed This tournament will kick off the IITAtUSHID
second. In behalf of the club I would new year, so make plans to be WALL TvrmtT*
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Post 202 Finishes 2nd in Bradford's Patrick in, .11


Season Ending Playoffs Ail-Star Grid Game ; .


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Lawrence Patrick who starred in he'll get a shot at linebacker. UF but ; .
Keystone American Legion Post 202: Ma career." McCullough said. Griffin t lots ado football for BUS the last two years could also end up at defensive end nr r
with bets twoyars'experlenceunder retired the first 11 batters he faced iDtnd heartbreakingend with 4 will Join a boat of other high school even in the Gator secondary. He'll *.
their captured both second place' and was coasting along with a one or die situation. with the winner of football star for the annual Florida room with sophomore Jimmy: Clark l'
honors In the league and held hitter and a 2-1 lead after seven the JacbonvlBo-Lake City game. North-South High School All-Star another former Tornado at UFo *
In the league tournament in Innings when rain came causing a 55 'Lake City nosed out a 9-4 victory in 12 game at Florida Field In Gainesville At 6'J", 205 Lawrence is up 10
DeLand this past weekend. minute delay. Innings to earn the spot against Saturday night. August 5 at 7:30 p.m. pounds from his senior season playing :
Post 202 opened the tournament "We really had the momentum until Keystone Saturday night Patrick: who reported to the weight and the added muscle .has
Friday evening with a big 3-1 win the rain came. Roy was in total For the second time in M many University of Florida campus for come from a Ive-day-a-week summer
against Lake City This game was control of the game. They have a, ,....... McCullough called en Mike practice last Sunday will not only weigh!lifting-running regimen.
doubly Important alnctlit also counted super hitting\ team and aU they had off 'Richardson to pitch a crucial game. have a chance to meet the bent prep "He's a much more physical player
as a make-up league game and the him was an Infield single\ addedMcCullough. "Mike turned In another One Job competition Florida has to offer but now than he was last fall/' said
win would give them the second: place under pressure going a and onethirdinnings wilt also have sin days to,become Tornado head coach David tlurse of ,
tro hy. giving up four runs while acclimated to the surroundings at UF, Patrick,who capped an unbeaten ivn '. I
Toby Dillow got the starting nod After the rain delay, Griffin re- scattering seven hits and striking out where he'll play his college football. weightlifting season with a slat if
from coach John McCullough. Toby turned to retire the side In the eighth. four" aaid McCullough.The The sandy-haired (trldder signed with championship) In the 198 44' pound J i ilass. 1
had pitched: well against Lake City all With a 2-1 lead In the ninth Griffin comeback proved to be a costlyone the Gators after bypassing the :; Patrick was honored as state \l
year. We knew he"could keep their run tired and gave up a single and a triple. as Griffin was hit in the face with University of Kentucky and Florida Welghtllfting Athlete of the Year" in Jt
production down, said McCullough. Toby DIUow came In relief and retiredthe a fast ball that sent him to the hospital State and will report back to his classification and set school I
Dillow limited Lake City to just one aide with a brilliant effort, said and was lost for the championship Gainesville on August 25 to begin his records In the clean and jerk (175 f
run on eight hits and one walk in the McCullough. collegiate career. pounds), the bench press (320) and .
entire nine Innings. Dhow retired the side in the 10th. Keystone tied the game up and went Lawrence Patrick total lift. 1As
"Keystone had trouble getting untracked With the score tied 2-2: in the top of the ahead In the bottom of the eighth eeeeeeeee.eeee< "The AllStarGamele good because he looked back at his highly !
offensively managing\ only 11th Keystone exploded for two big when Lumbert stole borne. "Dinky" It will give me a chance to get a successful Tornado athletic career I''
three hits off Lake City ace Joey runs. DeLand refused to roll over and Kilby then scored from third when the Herres week's experience before I start Lawrence gave credit to his BHA j;
Milton" McCullough said. "Richard die said the head coach.The lead off pitcher balked when Kilby was at- Wrap Up Jr. playing with the Gators. That way I coaches }
McDavid got the lint hit and Jeff batter walked followed by an Infield won't be cold when I report."Patrick "I couldn't have gotten where I am i .,
Lumbert got the other two hits," said error, a booming triple tied the game bounddedbackwithoneruntocloset the Golf Title, Starke CC said before leaving for Gainesville. now without all the help from my f "
McCullough.Down and the winning run scored on a single gap to B-4 and had the bases loaded Hosts Final Tour "It'll also give me a chance to stay coaches." Patrick praised explaining\ v .,
1-4)) In the sixth inning to center with two out when the attempt to steal StopStarke's where ill be living for the next four coaches Mike Sexton' Denny h ansen :
Lumbert came through with a two run home failed. Richard McDavid took years." Bob Hancock and especially Coach .
single and later scored to give Dillow "That was s hard defeat to take. We the pitch from reliever Lumbert and Joey Herres shot a three- Patrick, an All-Area linebacker for Hurse were all due credit"Coach 1'
all the runs he needed. had them on the ropes all day but Just made a diving tag to send Keystone to over-par, 75 at the Macclrnny Golf the Tornados said he'll play linebacker Hunt Is really the man j,
"This was a big game. Winning the couldn't put them away. We had 13 the championship game. Club Monday July 31, to win the 14-15 and "maybe tight end" for the behind all this," he continued
second: place league trophy Is quite an hits and left 14 men on base. Roy deserved The victory over Lake City put the division of the North Central Florida North team which will be coached by referring to the scholarship offers II
accomplishment. Our Kids wanted it a better fate. I thought he tired Keystone team against the tough PGA Junior tourney and clinch first David Pitts head mentor at Class 2A "He talked to a lot of,coaches. and;! i
lure than Lake City. Dillow played a pitched: his best game of the year.The DeLand team. Grady Bostle got the place In that age group's summer state champ BlounUtown. He figures scouts for me." '
super game and we played a great defensive role. still tour.
rain delay really hurt him. He was starting Keystone was very i'
game. It got us In the winner'i This Monday, August 7 the junior :' !
tired when I pulled him In the ninth. much in the game after six Innings
bracket right away which was what when torrential downpour came tour will make Its final stop at the "
We them our best shot We a Starke CC v
we had to do"if we wanted to win the played gave our best game of the year. We causing\ a five hour tournament, said McCullough.When awards will be presented at a dinner
good defense, hit the Vail well DeLand leading 30. t\
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DeLand beat Jacksonville 4-2 "After the delay couldn't following the 18 hole event. :
Keystone
and had great pitching.: DeLand Meil'8 Golf ......eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeStarke
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in the nitecap Friday stage showed why they are the league reach back for anything else and was an easy I
for the big showdown Saturday in the Monday's event beating second place 'J.
champions. They refused to let us DeLand exploded for 15 runs r
put Club Golf Pro Herb
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between and DeLand. Marc Spineler by four strokes. 'I
Keystone next two Innings for a 18-1 victory,
them away. We had nothing to be Palatka's Mark Blakewood took the Herres announces that the Men's Club Team Score ,
"Against DeLand Roy Griffin ashamed of. I was very proud of our said McCullough.. Championship will begin this .,
division
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an 72 '
started for Keystone and turned In one team although we lost" McCulloughsaid. left him two strokes even up on par Starke'lRichard weekend, with the first rounds start Wainwright ." r 413 ,
of his beat pitching performances of League SteadingsWe I
: Gaines who carded a 74 ing the morning of August fifth. ErmleJones 414 I
.------ Lest Bobby Mauldin of Palatka took third Pairings are now posted in the pro Warney Adkinson .! 414 I
with a 75. Gainesville's Judy Waldo shop, and the entry fee is f 2. Herres BenMoxley! 418
il.i il. Delsod 1C 4 took the Girls 16-17 title with a 73. also asked that all those who do not Merrill Struth 42m
Keystone 13 7 Stuart Waldo of Gainesville shot 81 plan to participate to please contact Freeman 424**
Lake City 13 7 to win the 12-13 group while Sean the pro shop. Jack Hazen' 1,425 .
Jacksonville 1. i Pacetti of Palatka shot 44 for nine Also at the country club Men's Mid- Delano Thomas 426 :
i Gainesville 1 it holes to win the 10-11<< competition and Summer League golf Is in it's fourth Coston 427
..." Palatka t 25 John Darr carded a 83 for nine to win week, and the team captained by Don Harold Bishop 435
I" the nine-and-under age bracket. Wainwright 'has a slim hold on first, VernonSllcox, 441 i
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parents of Small-Fry The Suns continued their first place
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their youngsters for the first time this Twins and Gatora Other action last
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The Reds and the first place Suns beat the Yankees on Tuesday.will .
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elected and appointed officers In officials are required to file In Tallahassee election, county tax collectors! talary.
Bradford County as not all with the Secretary of State by county clerks and county Judges. Councilman Zoltan Jakob, Steve :: Dixie All-Stars |
remembered to file a Statement of July 1 a financial net worth statement The only official to locally file a net Nipper and C.J.Stalnaker did not file.
Financial! Interest required! by state detailing their personal assets, liabilities worth statement was school board Opponents: Kenneth Young, Bivins :It.
laws with county clerk Gib Brown.A and amount of income. They chairman J.T. Parrish who listedassets South,property;John Knight.State of ; JtJZ JL Jt 4 Jj 4 4,4 4 4.t i. t it fiL4a
statement of financial interest .to are to Include asseia and liability In of $1J1S85 and liabilities of Fla..
required from all elected officials, or excess of$1.000 and their most recent t84soo for a net worth of 937.097.
member of boards appointed by political federal Income tax statement. Office Officials who filed the required Hampton:
bodies.The form tells the source holden who fall to file could be fined statement of financial Interest locally Mayor William Summers, re
of Income assets liabilities of each $5.000 by the Ethics Commission but showing primary sources of Income .
official.Thai Information Is to be filed there must be a complaint first. with the largest source first tired.Marshall David Huber, City of It
" with the Clerk of the Court In the Constitutionally elected officials In excluding public salary which exceed Starke.
officials' home counties. clude county commissioners, school five percent of the gross Income re- -Clerk Mary Allen, City of t l
ceived and real property,for the year Hampton.Councilman.
ending Dee. SI, 1977 were: Donald Helle, Hell le
School board members: Bee Farm.
W.t.r.'s Grocery -Arthur Holliday, DeWitt C. Jones -A.C. Dennison, Social security
Funeral Home .
-Ted Curtis, Eastern Oil Co.
Hwy 301 782-3737 Lawtey -Vernon Parmenter Bradford John Allen and Ernest Green did .
County Telegraph Life Casualty not file.
Insurance and self-employed. Opponents Wilma McDaniel and

f ( _: \' : ] source-Patricia of Spengler.Income salary one as parcel sole income.Lola Williamson filed listing no

property. r d
LTiJFri. } i Arthur Gaklns, farming. t
Lawtey:
; I r -School superintendent .Tom Councilman Wayne May, VA
: ; : : Casey, no other, sources of Income compensation, State of Florida,
except salary

Thru Thurs. Aug. 4 Thru Aug. 10 Commissioner Maxie Carter Fla. rental.Willie Strong, self. employed.
Power Light, J.D. Marsh and son -Council members Ben McCulley,
ALL MEAT U. $1 29 Pine Air Farms, property. Buster Bennett, Marvin Rosier, clerk
STEW Commissioner
E.W.! Hodges, Lucille Shuford and marshall M.M.
Starke Paint Center, Hospital Ser Dixie Boys
Jordan did not file.
MIXED PORK CHOPS JbL. $149 vices of Fla.. Suntec paint Co. : Front row. Ors Randy Parado !Marvin Norman Scott Hudson. Clayton
Appointed positions
property.Hazel. Norman Ricky Sullivan. Eddie Winkler.
board
29 -School J.J.
CAMP'S SHORT LINK SAUSAGE1 1 Paulk, bank certificates, Wolbert. law attorney, Second row Bruce Rehbrg.Keith Griffin.Scott Polk Emmett Walklns.
property Hospital board practice.member Joseph Back row Coach John Ramsey, John Johnson Scott Allen, Kenny Clark,
Lb. $129 1 George Roberta George Roberts, Chuck Johnson Coach Dennis Rhoden. Coach Frank Clark.
SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT Stephenson Navy retirement,State of
Ins., George Roberta Real Estate; Florida Not pictured: Tom Paladino.Darryl Thornton.
Lt. business entity income, W.F. Glenn -Former board member William
SMOKED HOCKS > .69'CAMP'S
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and property. Dampier, Bradford County School .
US GOOD BEEF, -Dave Shuford.Starke.Shufords Amoco Board Fla. National Guard. t
CHECK OUR PRICES' ON YOUR FREEZER BEEF H OR HIND OTRS Fla. Bank at Trustees Dan Williams Lucille
-County clerk Gib Brown, salary, Green. Curtis Sanders and George ... to ,
rental property. Shuford did not file.. tr n4w
COMPARE -Property appraiser Jimmy Santa Fe Community College
Alvarez, salary only. trustee Theresa Holiday Bradford
EVERY DAY LOW PRICES OM Supervisor of elections, Jeneva County Board of.Public instruction, faigtl?
Flynn salary only.
$229 -Sheriff Dolph Reddish, salary, Historical board members:
T-BONESTEAK. five' parcels of property. Harry Hatcher, UA Army retired,
-Tax Collector J.R. Kelly, salary Baldwin Chevrolet.
SIRLOIN STEAK $219 business entity Income Bradford -Guy Andrews, registered real
County Abstract Co., real estate estate broker. "'
env
ROUND $1 89 .sales prepare Income tax returns. Zonira Tolles, listed no salary. ::7 et
STEAK -Zoning director LM. Gaines -Eugene Matthews social / l
salary, property. security, rental property, Bradford ?
FRESH GROUND County Telegraph.
City elected officials: -Julius Royals, retired
HAMBURGER BEEF.Lb.... $1 ? -Police chief: Jimmy Bowen, Bradford County and Starke zoning .
salary. board members did not file. n
-City clerk Merrill Edwards. The Ethics Commission expressedthe
OLD MILWAUKEE salary.Mayor opinion that as long as any board 1

Harold Epp,State of Fla. is appointed by a political body is subject '\4' ., .. 'E! oar...
12 Oz. Cans 49 National Guard Thomas Realty. to local disclosure. !
$1] Commissioner: Charles Schaefer,
BEER 6 Pk COLD Fla. National Guard.Commissioners Dixie Youth National League
Wilbur Waters, StarkeTennisRegistration Front row. Fri Gary Tyson, Lamar Crews. Tony Dlggs, Robert Carver.
Vernon Silcox and Joe Warren did not George LeVasier.
file. Ends. Second row: Johnny Brown Ant Williams, Eddie llerndon Andy Chaff.
Back row Coach Edward Akridge. Kathy Dlggs. Darrin llardee. Richie
R.C. COLA & FLAVORS Brooker: August 18 Fender Vince Culveron.!Mike Waters,Todd Denton,Coach David Little.

City clerk Eva Clark, social
16 Oz, 9 security.: 18 has been
$1 August set as the entry
& PEPSI I -Mayor Blake Hamilton Hamilton deadline for the fifth annual Starke
I Fauns Golf and Club
Plus Tax a Deposit Country Open Tennis
-Former marshall), Kenneth Tournament which is scheduled to v .,
Twlss. US Army retired, Sunland.
open near that date.
; __ Quantity .Rights Reserved -Former councilman .George
Pierce State of FIa.Councilman ,. Entry forms are available at the 1' : I.i
z f i c :f r.Uiz'c., A.B. Adams, Country Club in Pro Shop for players
; \ J ,, I jroperty. interested the local tourney that ... 2 -
will have singles and doubles draws r
& :Har' -COUncilman Cecil Melvin, Florida '
:: -"-- lwarc'- Hydrocarbons both men's and women's divisions. ..r :r e' ,
Preliminary rounds will be held on the '
irei - - last two weekendsof August-with-the "

final rounds set for the weekend of 1 t '' i : .

/ September 24. : __
For more information call 984.8184rwaseawse

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: Marine Private First Class Kirk
of
r Hunsinger son Roderick G. and
I Laverne D. Hunsinger of 114 E. Call,
Starke, recently participated In
I exercise "Solid Shield 78.". :)Ixle Youth American League ,
axe s He is assigned to the 2nd Battalion. Front l-ri Kevin Johns, Doug Samons, Jimmy Schoenlng John David
II III
BUDGET Tenth Marines, based at Camp Francis, Gerald Brown. Shane Johnson Mike Colvin.
Le Conducted C. Back Coach !Mike IVIcHae. Kenny Davis. Sam Griffin, Billy Hails Timmy
in the Atlantic coastal Harper Sam Norman. Bruce Simmons Kenny DeWItt Tudy O'Neal Coach
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ATTACHE I waters off North Carolina, plus Camp Charles Francis.
N.C. and Fort
Lejeune Stewart Ga.,
I I this ICkiayexerc1ae Involved more
CASES $1595 II than 28,000 personnel. Participants r ''rY YeYr
cluded the Army's 18th Airborne :: rlv Y
C-V6Al v' ?
/ I II Corps the Navy's Atlantic Fleet, the ? _
Atlantic Fleet Marine Force and the -- :
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D WORLD CHINA Air Force's Military Tactical Airlift Command.Air Commandand :Wc'S .'

: A 1975 graduate of Bradford
I MARKERS High In Samarkand, women mod to give babies sugar candy
School. Hunsinger joined the Marine
so that when the child grew up his words would be sweet
GLOBE tt Corps in December 1977.
For Marking
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I ,, .Legals SV .. M : UCI Inmates Transform 11

NOTICE Of PROPOSED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Bank BWg.. Jacksonville' "

CITYOFIAWTEY ORDINANCE JUDICIAL OF THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH IN FL 1284 32202 on or 1904)before) 363- A"- ; Surplus Into Fire TrucksAbout I

FLORIDA AND FOR BRADFORD September 20, 1978 and .
COUNTY, FLORIDA me the original with the 80 Union Correctional Institution The five shop Involved In the
TO ALL INTERESTED CASE NO. 78277CONTAINER dark of this court either (UCI) Inmates are currently process: : are the welding shop which
PERSONS: CORPORATION before service on plaintiffs r ', Involved in a pilot vocational program Fabricate* the tank body; the sheet
You are hereby notified OF AMERICA a attorney or brans.dhttety turning surplus military vehicles into metal shop which builds a new cab
that at the regular the Delaware corporation t thereafter; otherwise ire department tankers. top for the truck; the upholstery shop,
COUTH Meeting of Plaintiff a default wi be The program, which began In which recovers the seats; the paintingand
CIty of Lawtey, Florida, vs. entered against' you for February, In cooperation: with the decorating group applies gray
the City Council will RETHA E. LUKE AND the relief demanded In the Florida Forestry Service Is designed primer coat of paint and the carpen- '
consider the passage of WESLEY M, LUKE, complaint or petition. to help smaller communities obtain said builds co-urdfni the hoses
an ordinance banning the Defendants. WITNESS my hand fire equipment at lens cost than a new vocational Jimmy
sale. of goods on the right- FACTION! and the reel! of this carton .. vehicle. Miller.
of-way of U.S.301 within July 18, 1978. r Communities are able to lease one The converted truck: then goes back
the corporete limits d the TO: RETHA E WKE GILBERT S. BROWN of the reconditioned safety green to the forestry department where It Is
City of Lawtey, FIorIcM.The WESLEY M. LUKE A* Clerk of this Court vehicles for only the cost of the renovation painted new safety green and
City Council will 8363 Windsor lake Bid by Msrlan McRae, presently about $3,000 said outfitted with a 150 pound pressure
consider this ordinance at Columbia, S.C. 29206 Deputy Clerk forester Hilton Beaty. tank, 100 foot of hose red light and
to regularly scheduled You are notified that an 7/20 4tchg 8/10 The Forestry Service buys the siren.
meeting to be held at 7:30: action to quiet title' on the surplus 4x4 vehicles from the Federal Presently Inmates are turning out a i
p.m. on Monday, August following described land .. The rejuvenated tanker transformed by UCI vocational students. I Ie given a Surplus Properties In Starke and gets rejuvenated vehicle In three weeks
7, 1978. All Interested located In Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT demonstration teat July XI far the press and Inmate who worked on the project. them Into good mechanical condition but are hoping to shorten the time to )
parlies are invited County Florida two weeks said Miller. Since the
to' : FOR BRADFORD before turning them over to the UCI I
attend, and their views Al that part of the South COUNTY FLORIDA vocational department. program began seven units have been I
will be heard. Half of the Northwest PROBATE DIVISION tor=iiooio: ''''''''' ii1 School Board completed j
Quarter of Section 15, Fie Number 78-289-CP Presently, approximately 80 of the A demonstration Thursday July 27.
Lucille Shuford Township 8 South, Range LEGAL 275 Inmates enrolled In vocational provided Inmates in the vocationalclasses
(11-2864)
City Clerk 23, East, lying Easterly of classes at UCI are involved In the a chance to view a finished
the right of way of s... Division WITHIN THREE Reviews Rulesin program according to education product and see the capabilities of the I:
1trh11 83NOTICE board Coastline Railroad; MONTHS FROM THE supervisor Ty Jordan. pumper
IN RE ESTATE OF LAW.
:
DATE OF THE FIRST
.... LESS AND EXCEPT 13 -
-iiI RENCE H. GIBSON,
OF PROPOSED set 3/10 Beginning acres and at described Northwest deceased NOTICE PUBUCATION to OF file THIS any WorksessionBradford SFCC Fall Registration Begins August 10 i I

ORDINANCE. comer of Southeast NOTICE OF objection they may have \.... '
CITY OF HAMPTON Quarter of Northwest ADMINISTRATIONTO that challenge the County school board Fall registration for Starke Center discussion about changing careers.
FLORIDATO Quarter of said Section ALL PERSONS validity of the decedenfewiN members spent almost two hours classes of Santa Fe Community A course on State and Local i
run thence West 208 feet HAVING CLAIMS OR the qualifications of. Thursday night July 27. reviewing College will be held at Bradford High Government will Include a timely .I
ALL INTERESTED thence South 17 1/4 DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE the personal lepieaentutrve board rules and the student conduct School Thursday, Aug. 10, from 6 8pm. study of the proposed constitutional I \
,.. the venue jurisdiction .
PERSONS: dug West to South or or .
ABOVE ESTATE and discipline code with superintendent revisions to be voted on In November.
One of said Southeast AND ALL OTHER ALL of CLAIMS the court., DE. Tom Casey. Classes will begin Wednesday, Sept. The Starke center office will reopen .,
You ere hereby notified Quarter of Northwest PERSONS INTERESTEDIN MANDS, AND OBJECTIONS Casey was asked to review rules 6 and end Wednesday Dec. 20. Wednesday August 30 and is open t' ;
that the City Council of Quarter, thence East to THE ESTATE: ; NO SO FILED pertaining to suspension and expulsion Registration for both Starke center from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through .I
the City of Hampton, Eastern boundary of said YOU ARE HEREBY WILL BE FOREVER of students, pregnant students and all SFCC classes will also be held Thursday. Counseling for both old and t 1
Florida, will consider the Southeast Quarter of NOTIFIED that the administration BARRED. graduation requirements, corporal Sept. S 6. Late registration will be new students will be available said 'I
peeiage of en ordnance Northwest Quarter thence of the elated punishment and dismissal or suspension Sept. 12.SFCC. McFadden.
the sale North to point of Date of the first ,
prohfcltlng of
Lawrence H. Gibson, of school personnel. co-ordinator Dr. Bernie
Intoxicating liquor, beer, beginning, AND deceased, File Number publication Administration of this Noticeof Any changes in the board rules McFadden said the fall term will be Jeanne Lee to Head :
end wine on Sunday FURTHER EXCEPT AND 78-289-CP ((1-2864)) I.I : July would have to be advertised before the first time the Starke center will be I
Inside the city limits of the EXCLUDING THERE 'pending In the Circuit 27, 1978. adoption. offering classes with regular faculty County Bike-u-Thon I 1
lal Mary Maxine
CIty of Hampton Florida FROM 3.83 seres Court for Bradford Casey said the rules governing members pre-asslgnod to classes
You ere advised that the described e* follower County Florida, Peterson Gibson corporal punishment were a "tough offering students the "creme" of the The Bike-A-Thons will raise funds to ;
CIty Council will consider Commence at the Nortfv As Personal Representative area" and the faculty. research and
sometimes
difficulty
Probate Division the support care programs |t I
Estate of
this ordinance at Its west corner of the South.west address d which Is Bradford of the lies in "where redness on a behind "Anyone that knows Santa Fe In Florida and around the country for x J
Lawrence H. Gibson
regularly scheduled Quarter of North- County Courthouse, ends and blistering begins." knows we will have the best staff children who suffer from lung
meeting et 7:30: p.m. west Quarter of said Starker Florida. The Deceased.Attorney School board members also asked teaching night classes in Starke this damaging diseases.
August .15, 1978., Al Section 15 and run North personal representative of for Personal for a review of board policy stating McFadden. The Bike-A-Thons are scheduled to
Interested persons are 88 deg,.., 50 minute the estate la Mary Maxine Representative: "female students, below the age of 16, be held In September.Mrs. .
Invited to attend and express and 40 seconds East Peterson Gibson whose George H.1030 Plerca.P.O.Drawer who are married and-or Among the offerings this fall will bea Jeanne Lee has been ,

their views. along boundary the thereof northerly, 1130 address Is 1031 West Starke, Florida 32001 may enter" the adult education three hour credit course on Career appointed as chairman of the annual
school. Development. Included In the course Breath of Life" i
Madison Street, Starke, Bike-A-Thon In
904/964-5701
Mary Lee Aden, feat to the Easterly Florida. The name and Phone: The board Indicated they favored is testing how to Interview, and Bradford County
7/27 8/1 P
2tchq
City dark boundary of the right of address of the personalrepresentative' l the adult education program over a I i
Itchg 83NOTICE way of the Seaboard student being allowed to continue in
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attorney ..
Coastline Railroad
;i iI'Iiiiiii thence South 17 ; are set forth below. regular day school class. f:
degreesend said he would review
All persons having NOTICE OF PROPOSED Casey recent VERHONE.QLINDemocratic I' ;
44 minute West
OF REQUEST claims or demands ORDINANCECITY civil rights legislation and report backto
along said Easterly
the board.
304.99 feet against the estate are OF HAMPTON Candidate :
TO CLOSE A ROAD OR boundary to WITHIN THREE FLORIDATO Board member Arthur Gaskins saida
LANE an Iron stake for a point of required.MONTHS FROM THE change might be necessary In r for I
IN THE CITY OF beginning. From point of
FIRST ALL INTERESTED graduation requirements requiring "
DATE OF THE
HAMPTON, FLORIDATO beginning thus described, students to BRADFORD COUNTY
PUBLICATION OF THIS PERSONS: stay on campus. Casey
continue South 17 told the board that of the 280 students
fie with the
NOTICE to BOARD OF EDUCATION
and 44 minutes
ALL INTERESTED degrees You hereby notified in the June graduating class only 120 I.
clerk of the above court a are
West said
along Easterly
PERSONS: were attending school after mid term.
written statement of any that the City Council of District One
646 feet '
bondary to an
Board members said they would 4
claim or demand they the City of Hampton,
Iron stake thence South
You are hereby advised ; have. Each claim Florida, will consider thepassage like another session to work on rule
that HUman E. I. WakJron 72 degrees and 31 may must be In writing and d an ordinance changes but no date was set. Mr. Olin believes It Is the duty of every candidate for the I
end Mary A. WaMron hie minutes East 286 feet to must Indicate the bails. for setting water rates hook Board of Education to state hit education, his experience In "'
Iron stake thence
wife, have petitioned the an ; the claim the name and up fees, for the present education his educational philosophy as well as related
North 17 01
degrees, ,
CIty Council for the CIty a
work. ,
water
of system. J
of the creditor
of HeinptoOA Floride, to minutes and 30 seconds address Though the soybean wet cu\-ln' \ > :.b rnbrl{ : ".. ter hp
'Jla ..
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.oQ.ylllaprbi!,gSeU Dey 1
?,:**aer*,or attorney and \ / r/ri1a" + ity XtX ... ;
(ttttr pgeaetNnfourteen \ .EaatrBt..9 Jem*to an,frqn 'thar amount dalrnedsNWthe ( xlewalChyuCalrrcN at Its reguiaf'W'Wfy /16.00er.BdC'tfnrCtt'rrirills-fortf' r?l .. "rr'" 'F' r
((14)) feet In stake; thence North 89 scheduled meeting on .; It was virtually' unknown .' / J '
due -
claim la not yet
width, the same being ex- degrees, 55 minutes and the date when It wil August 15, 1978 at 7:30 In the U.S. until 1900. I t
opted from the property 30 seconds West 93 feet become due thai be p.m. will consider thepassage ,,
description when the to an Iron stake; thence stated If the claim Is of this ordinance. -- ----
petitioners purchased the North 13 degree and 29 I
AN
interested persona are
property from Ruby minutes East 197.55 feet contingent unliquidated the nature or Invited to attend and ; ield scouting pays. It tells us when not to ,!
Rhodes Methae. to an Iron stake thence .
; their views.Mary
shall be express
of the uncertainty
You are hereby advised North 77 degrees, 33 stated. If the claim Is : 't( spray as well as when to spray. So, we
that the CIty Council of minutes and 30 seconds secured the security thai Lee Allan : I "F
the City of Hampton, West, 176.43 feet to a be described. The City Clerk save some moneys? Coppedge. Pinehurst,Georgia
will corsldar this of
Florida, point beginning claimant shall deliver
miner at ha regularly has been fled against you sufficient copies of the Itchg 8/3''

scheduled meeting et 7:30 and you are required to claim to the clerk to'erode ...... "We've been field
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p.m. on August 15, 1978. serve a copy of your the clerk to man having! H itI
Al Interested person are written defenses If any, r scouting ever since it s been l
I Invited to attend and to It on Edward .one copy to each. personal RIIER'SSNOEREPAIR ; ,.\....., .? available to us. ;'I, I
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representative.Al .
their view. McCarthy, Jr.. Freeman, area crew Sl. run :
express Interested I "Used to be you'd just pick I
! .. .
Richardson, Watson person !,. t-i I r
In the estate to whom a ......11 '. a date and start spraying, or ,I
I
Mary Lee Allen, Slade, McCarthy & Kelly ,i(
of this Notice of Administration .1 : you'ddoitberauseeverybodyelse
III.4 ; :
copy I A. .,
City Clerk P.A. plaintiff ; ulr .
I has been Nth = : : But found out i,
attorney's whose psIa. if PvI18rdP :1 ::: : .. was. we
I Itchg 8/3 address la: 1200 Barnett mailed ere required 1 .......::: .:::::;:::::::: -...-:. that we wasted money a lot
...... \ !!!!-'!'_ "! !" :!' w of times by spraying when we

... 4 didn't need to.
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have been withit

ever !since. I can't give youa
figure, but I know it's helped

/ us save some money-quite I .:
a lot In one Instance "

"It was a few years ago early .\:
in the season. Scouting had '

just started and I hadn't even

j M. thought about spraying. But
A p the scout came in and told

I eft 1 4: me the weevils were about
y t
I ; N ''{ to eat me up. So I started

I t+< r spraying. If I'd waited a little ,;.,
? +. longer, I would have been ; I'i'I
"'ie"." out of luck. In that Instance J

,,err "' y v he saved me quite a lot of t a l\\

money"; .'r ,
Are you having your fields ,

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Mid parcel' bearing, boundary of the right-of- NOTlr.tt: l1FINTENTION This changa in classification interacted shell be heard
2:00 o'clock P.M. on the for DISSOLUTION OF \ the
NOTICE OFINTENTION : YOU ARE HEREBY ii I subject to 8 for or against Pr'fHIO'MI.
respectively, Ux paroal of e graded County TO
22nd of August A.D. been way In the
day MARRIAGE ha* specified
TO NOTIFIED that ar action public hearing to be held a*
4213. 827 said chord having a
Road
number REIQSTERFICTITIOUS
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1978 at the County Courthouse filed PEGGY Cod of BradfordCounty
REGISTERFICTITIOUS agalnet you 4729 end 828. This ; for Adoption of Daniel bearing of North Sghty on Tuesday August 29, Zoning
In Green Cove SUE HARRIS and you are Gina 1978 at 7:30: In the .
Carfucci and p.m..
Robert
property I Ie owned Jointly eight ((88)) degreesSwenteIIf'I NAME
NAME Spring$ Clay County. required to carve a copy Cartocd hat been County Commission Jerome John, Chairman
the Defendant Maria ((17)) minutes Section
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by Pursuant to
Pursuant to Section Florida consider and of your written defenses, Daniel A. Boom In the Bradford Bradford County Zoning
except for parcel B, filed againat you and Thirteen ((13)) aeccndt ..m. Florida Statute,
806.09, Florida Statute determine WIether or not H any to It. on the plaintiff and are required County Courthouse. At Board
which I III owned by the Cariucd you East) last aforesaid intersection notice I III hereby gkarthatthe "
notice the county \wll vacate, attorney, whose des time pereonelnler8ll8dshe. Itpd 8/3
to
hereby given that Defendant B.L. Edward to serve a copy of being I located at a undersigned Jerry J.
abandon discontinue, and address I.I
name be heard for
hundlnlgrwdScottSecken : Ann written defense. Many of Twenty or
(a/k/a Betty Long your distance Wadsworth, Sr., P.O.
Rt. f. Box 369C cow, renounce, end silt James R. Flynn, EaquJre Edwardel); this said tort, on the plaintiff and Sixteen Hundredth Box 91 Hampton, Fla. gainst the proposal, aa --
Brooker Florida. claim any right of day Pierce ft: Hardy, P.A., specified In the Zoning
32022, property qualifies for the attorney whose name ((20.16)) feet Westerly of 32044, doing business' NOTICE
the Public In 1030
doing business under the County or P.O. Drawer and address I Ie George H. of Code of Bradford County.
homestead tax the Easterly boundary under the firm name of Wiley. Langford has .
land or 32091
and Florida
to
firm name of any Starke, exemption but I III not Fierce, P.O. Drawer. 1030, Mid section Twenty-fly. "JERRY'SELECTRICAL made application to the
Interest therein, acquired and file the original with Jerome Chairmen
Johns
"SACKETTS Star Constitution Homestead Starka. Florida 32091. ((25), a* measured along a ," P.. Box Bradford County Zoning
for road or highwaypurposes dark of the above
Route Hampton, Bradford the of this and me thai original with of said Bradford County Zoning
to (el certain court on or before for the purposes chord curve; 91, Starka Bradford Board for reclassification .
County Florida, styled the clerk<< of the above South Ore 111 1 Board described I'
levy. thence County Florida, 32091, of the property
street or road located in 17 1978: otherwise .
Intend to reglMar Mid Clay County, Florida August be SCHEDULE A I I. a* styled court on or before u degree Nineteen ((191 1 intends to register sold, tpd 8/3 below from OR to MS
judgement may
fictitious: name under the described a* follow:: entered e against you for follows: Auguet 14. 1978; otherwise minute and Forty ((401 fictitious name under the located 1/4 mile South of

provision of atbreeaidatatute. the relief demanded in the PARCEL B: Six acre In a Judgement may b* second East along provision of aforesaid ,, Graham on left of Rd. 225 .

i Myrtle Street a* It complaint or petition. Southwest comer'of NE 114 of entered agent you for the Westerly boundary done statute In Section 29 Township 7

Scott Saekett, appear on the Pat ofPeak' WITNESS my hand the SW 1/4, bounded West I bj relief demanded In the said, One Thousand Two Jerry J. Wadsworth, NOTICE South Rang 21 East .

owner.Dated the 20th Subdivision, day the seal of sold Court on West lira of NE 1/4 of SIN! complaint or petition. Hundred thirty-eight end Sr., owner. 200 Ft. X 150 Feet out of

day of County Florida a* July 18 1978. 1/4 North by State RoadS t WITNESS my hand Sixty-three) Hundredth Dated this 3rd day of Thorns J, McDonough parcel 1005-00100 to -

II':! July Stale A.D.Florida.( 1978, at recorded in Rat Book 2, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 100-A( East by private road and the seal I of said Court (1.238.63)( : feet to a concrete August A.D., 1978 atStarka ha* made application to manufacture paced product

7/20 8/10 Page 41, Public Records, COURT As dark of the South by South Ire of NE on Jury 10 1978. monument located Florida. the Bradford County *.
I 4tpd day County. Florida. Said Court. 1/4 of SW 1/4, of Section Gilbert S. Brown A* at an Intersection with the B/3 4tpd 8/24 Zoning Board for rectos-. ) This change In classification

I by: Beulah M. Moody A* 31, TowrBhJp 6 South Clerk of Said Court Northerly boundary of therightofway d fiction of the to. subject to a
soreo'VSTATE by: Beulah M. Moody, a* of State from
be held
Persons interested may Deputy dark Range 22 East. described below .public hearing to
VEHICLES appear at the time and 7/20 4tchg 8/10 PARCEL C: All of Section Deputy dock. 7/13 4tchg Road 221; thence South NOTICE to Special Use Three ((3)) on Tuesday. August 29

SEALED BIDS place specified and be 36 Township 0 South 8/3 Fifty-three degrees 153)) Wayne L. Alldredge acres located: 3 mile 1978 at 730 p.m., In the

SALE heard. ... w..J'" Range 21 East lying Southof "' =Q Flfty-flval561)minute and her mode application to South of Starke on the County CommissionRoom

August 14, Dated: July 25, 19178. Railroad LESS AND Twenty-seven ((271) the Bradford County West. side of Hwy 301 I In In the Bradford

1978 THE BOARD OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF EXCEPT Fractional W 1/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT seconds West, along said Zoning Board for reclassification Section 7, Township 7 County Courthouse. At

COUNTY ALACHUA COUNTY thereof lying South of said OF BRADFORD Northerly boundary, of the property South Range 22 East to this time all persons

1 Station Wagon COMMISSIONERS OF CASE NO. 78-7-CA railroad and LESS AND COUNTY CASE NO. 78- Sixty-three and Six described below from' build and operate a Skate Interested shell be heard

CLAY COUNTY MOORMAN MANUFACTURING EXCEPT thet part of S 1/2 i 266 Tenth ((63.6)) feet to' a R1C to BA 20,000( Sq. Ft.Iocated3,4 Board Park. for or against the proposal

2 Vane FLORIDA COMPANY an of SE 1/4 lying/ West of the concrete monument
/sGEORGE L. Illinois Corporation, East line of Lake Rowell. J.D. ERWIN PE, lasted on the Southerly Starke on the left of I la subject to a Zoning Code of Bradford

May be Inspected at CARLISLE CLERK Plaintiff, v*. J.M. PARCEL D: N 1/2 of N Plaintiff v*. CAM LAND boundary of North Half (IN Hwy. 16, In Section 17, public hearing to be held County.
6 South Range
Institutional 1/2 of NW 1/4 LESS DEVELOPMENTS INC. 1/2)) of Northeast Quarter Township 29
Union Correctional 8/3 2tchg 8/10 EDWARDS and B.L. business on Tuesday, August ,
his
Motor Pool P.O. EDWARDS his wife AND EXCEPT all that pert Defendant. (INE 1/4)) aforesaid; 22 East, to place classification 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In the Jerome John, Chairmen

Box 221, Rallwd, Florida, d/b/a EDWARD'S of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 Of thence South Eighty.eightUJ8ldegrMIThIrty- In the proper County Commission Bradford County Zoning
businessoperation
for his
52083. THE CIRCUIT COURT DAIRY FARM NW 1/4 lying South and NOTICE OF SHERIFF'SSALE ( ) Room In the Bradford Board
Paint
IN e's
JUDICIAL Defendant East of the center line of Seven ((37)) minute end County Courthouse. At Itpd 8/3 ,-

For Information call 904- EIGHTH FLORIDA IN Alligator Creek; all that NOTICE IS HEREBY Eight (1001) seconds West and Body Shop". this time all persons
CIRCUIT OF GIVEN that I, Dolph E. last aforesaid This change In classification ___ ii OI
431-1212. BRADFORD NOTICE OF part of NW 1/40f NE 1/4 along interested ahall be heard
AND FOR Is subject to a
Itchg 8/3 COUNTY. SHERIFF'S SALE lying West of the center Reddish Sheriff of Bradford Southerly boundary Two hearing to be held for or against the proposal NOTICEDennis

NOTICE IS HEREBY line of Alligator Creek; all County, Florida Thousand One Hundred public as specified In the H. Smith has t
29
I E. that of S 1/2 of NE under and by virtue of a Thirty-one and Thirty on Tuesday, August Coda of Bradford
CIVIL ACTION GIVEN that Dolph pert heretofore 197B M 7:30: p.m.. In the Zoning made application to the
Write of Execution Hundredth
CASE NO. 78-192 Reddish Sheriff of Brad-- 114 of NW 1/4 lying eight Commission County. Bradford County Zoning
Issued out of the feet the County
) to
(2,131.38)(
of the center
ford County, Florida Northerly Room In the Bradford Board for reclBssiflcetionI Iof
NOTICE OFCLOSING WILLIAM HARRIS under and by vHue of e' line of Alligator Creek; all !Ibove-entitled Court, In point of beginning. County Courthouse At Jerome Johns ChaIrmen the property described 4

OF Petitioner Writ of Execution heretofore that pert of S 1/2 of NW the above styled cause EXCEPTA this time all persons Bradford County Zoning below from RIB to R1C.
have' levied the of land lying In
upon parcel
NW 1/4
of lying
Board
i issued out of the 1/4 eighteen
ROAD 111I. Interested shall be heard Approximately
following property, the Northeast Quarter ME(
PEGGY SUE HARRIS above entitled Court. In northerly of the centerline Itpd 8/3 located one ((1))
PROCEEDINGSTO In for or against the proposal ((18)) acres
Creek situate lying and being 11<11) of Northeast QuarterNE
WHOM IT MAY Respondent the above styled cause of Alligator ; ., as specified in' the mile Northwest of Starke
Florida of Section
Bradford County ( 1/4))
the and an that pert of the
have levied 16 In
CONCERN: upon Zoning Code of Bradford on tha right of Hwy
wit (25)( ) Township -
to : Twenty-five ,
NW 1/4
SW1/4of lying
You mill please take NOTICE OF SUIT following property A parcel of land lying In Seven ((7) South. County. NOTICE Section 17, Township 6

notice that the BOARDOF NO PROPERTYTO situate lying and being in Northerly of the centerline all the North Half (IN 1/2)) of Range Twenty-one ((21)) Jerome Johns, William O. Melson has South Range 22 East out'
of Alligator Creek
COUNTY COMMISS- : PEGGY SUE Bradford County Florida Northeast Quarter (INE East Bradford County, Chairman made application to the of parcel 2245 to put property
IONERS OF CLAY HARRIS address to wit: in Section 6, Township 7 Bradford County Bradford County Zoning in residential classification .
Section Twenty- said
22 East. 1/4)) of Florida; parcel beingpore
South Range
COUNTY FLORIDA unknown. That real property Zoning Board Board for reclassification that does allow
Five ((25)) Township particularly described
YOU ARE HEREBY Identified on Schedule Aaa PARCEL E: All that pert homes.
petition of a quali- 1tpd 8/3 of the described mobile
fied upon land owner will at NOTIFIED than an action parcels B, C, D, and E, of thefracttonel l S 3/4 of twenty-ona Seven ((7)) South((21) Range East Commence a* follows at a concrete: below property from R1C to OR This change In classification
NE 1/4 lying northerly of
.... located one ((1)) mile !East is subject to a
".. ...- the center line of Alligator Bradford County Florida; monument located at the
be held
of Starke on the right of 'public hearing to
Creek and East of Lake said parcel being more Northeast corner of said NOTICE
particularly described as Section Twenty-five (25)( ) Paul E. Starling has Laura Church Rood in on Tuesday, August 29
Rowell N 1/2 of N 1/2 of ..
;; in the
1978 7:30
Section 22 6 at : p.m.,
NE 1/4; all In Section 1, follows: and run South One ((01)) made application to the Township Commission

Township 7 South, Range Commence at an iron pipe degree Nine ((08) minutes Bradford County Zoning South Range 22 East, County In the Bradford'
Room
21 East. located at the Southwest Three ((03)) seconds East Board for reclassiflcation parcel 2616 to allow

Said lands, containing corner of said North Half along the Easterly of the Property described normal agricultural opera- County Courthouse. At

422 acres, more or lees In (IN 1/21) of Northeast boundary thereof Forty- below from R1C to OR. tions. Approximately 16 this interested time shall all be persons heard'

Bradford County Florida, Quarter (NE 1/4)) and run six and Twenty-three Thirty-five ((35)) acres, acres. ,
are subject to rights of North Eighty-eight (((881! Hundredtha ((4623)) feet parcel 2137-00200, In This change in classification ( for or against the

for public road and degrees Thirty-seven ((37| to the Southerly Section 14, Township 8 I ia subject to e proposal as specified In-
way Bradford
Code of
for drainage ditch. minutes and Eight ((08)) boundary of the right-of- South Range 22 East public hearing to be held the Zoning -

aa the property of the seconds East along the way of SR 18; thanca located 3/4 mile East of on Tuesday August 29, County.Jerome

I above-named defendants Squtherly\ boundary South Elghty-sevan ((37)) City Limits of Starke and 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In the

and that on the thereof. Four hundred degrees Eleven ((11) 1/4 mile North of Laura County Commission Johns, Chairman,

14th day of August, 1978 fifty-nine and Twenty- minutes five((05)) seconds Church Road To allow Room In the Bradford Bradford County Zoning

at 12:00: o'clock noon at four Hundredth ((459.24)) West, Along said normal agricultural opera- County Courthouse. At Board 83Union

the Bradford County Jail feet to a concrete Southerly boundary dons. this,.. -time, .....all W persons d"_. Itchg' -- .. .... .. ."
monument located pn.thej! ., _-Twenty-six' end Sixteen1' "" '.1' t .r
wN"r RY ) .. will offer for Bale and sell 1 .
Ne '
to the highest bidder for Easterly boundary of the Hundredth (26.18)( ) feet

cash. In hand the above- right-of-way of State to a concrete monument Fids
described property as the Road 200 (US-301)( for located on the Westerly Count

property of the said point of beginning. boundary of the right-of- I IFOR

defendants to satisfy said From point of beginning way of a graded County
Execution. thus described run North Road and the beginning I

DOLPH E, REDDISH Eight ((8)) degrees Fifty- of a curve concave to the I SERVICES

SHERIFF OF BRADFORD one (51)( ) minutes and North of having a radiusof

COUNTY FLORIDA Twenty-seven ((27)) Ten Thousand Thirty- CARPET INSTALLA

7/20 4tcha 810I seconds east, along said eight and Thirty-one SAlt FOLK JANE USHER TIONi Experienced: In irE

Easterly boundary. One Hundredths ((10038.31)) GUITAR. Beaulllul Oeearbrand REALTOR phase, desire local night

Gut -4 Thousand Two Hundred feet; continue thence concert folk guitar P.O.Box 796 and weekend work Call

Fifty-four and Thirty-five Westerly, along said never used still In original LAKE BUTLER Rallord 431-1522 niter '5'

I Harold Epos Mayor Hundredths ((1,254.35)) Southerly boundary, and box with Uf. pultar hisprut - p.m.
We Have Commissioners of the monument of said top with mahogany FOR SALE
feet concrete
to a along the arc back sad .Id... MUST
Your City of Starke Florida by located at the Three Hundred - -
curve "SELL, holt price, 40. Ideal 4 ACRESt! oil of SR2311.
It All. virtue of the Authority beginning of a curve concave Sixty and Four far Kilt, call 496-3720.: Ha septic tank and well. CLARKES SAW SHOP,
vested to me by law do to the Southeast. and Hundredths ((360.04)) feat 7/27 Ztpd 813 Complete sharpening seftv
hereby call a First Primary radius of Fifty measured a ACREsi "sR-12l vice, hand circular, mower
having a as along -' 10 : Dn In blades, shale. leave at
Delays Items Election to be held at the ((50)) feet; thence In a chord having a bearing of R iiTw"M"A" SALE: ,i paatur Crews BuIld.law:. Supply,

1001 Fire Station In the fore Northeasterly direction South Eight-eight ((88)) Saturday August 5 from 9 - Lake' Butler 7/13 tea
said City by qualified along said Easterly degree Seventeen ((17)) ..m. until 7 320 SW Sip, Haute with I or 3 or 9

To voters on Tuesday boundary and along the minutes Thirteen ((13)) Avenue, block houiw by acre on SR-231. Owner '
12 1978 Church el God. 7/27 2tokaan financed. II a> fireplace.. USE: THE LAUSDRAMAT; : ,
In September arc of said curve a chord seconds West, to a
Pool.
Central H/A, and
at HWY 100 by the Handy
A.D., for the purpose of distance of Sixty-four and concrete monumenelocated
-
W have waeh, dry
0
ChooseGetting electing the following Seventy-two Hundredth at the end of tht PLYMOUTH St.deeWsgee 3 BR Brick home In and way. lold aervlc 25. lbr,

officers: (64.72)( ) feet to a concrete said curve; continue Rood condition, Country.on I Ar,.. Owner Attendant on duly.'tin/ ,,,,+

One Commissioner monument coated( at the thence South Eighty-nine velvet Iounl .. 111), .n aloUD to fell.Approximately ___ .. in/
sera), gold (
Such As Group 1, Two Years.One end of sad curve; said ((891) degrees Eighteen ((18)) 7 It. black' vinyl conch (UK),, 6 m I''.. Junk'
from city of. Lak Butter 'NEED CASH? W. buy!
chord having a bearing of minutes Fifty-two ((52) frle.lde.lr dlehwaehor, 915,.

Commissioner, North Forty-nine ((49)) seconds West along said call 490-3902. 7/27 2lchg 83tid"i co IS YOUR: owvBl'HINESSi cars pickup. P.ult and truck 4962151'r .Jo.Shaw. '

Office LEDGERSHEETS. Group 3, Two Years.One degrees Eleven ((11)) Southerly boundary. -- : : with Ihln I NOD) 496-2829 Ray ; 5/1S tin ""<

minutes and Twenty Three Hundred Thirty and "SUzCifiT good; "'q. h.. CB bid*;. on SB-211. i (0 I-
Commissioner Seven ((27)) seconds East; Two Hudnredth ((330.02) condition really /UerdllI!!!! Call Hae panelled olllc and

Group B, Two Years thence North Zero ((01) feet to an iron pipe. 431-1522 alter S .p... Itpd benche.. IDEAL for WILL BABYSIT IN Mf1 '

SuppliesBy I degree Twenty-eight I Hereinafter referred to aa ft/3 Upholster' ithep. Cabinet HOME day or night. CaatacV"'
for said -- hop or to rellniih Catherine W ll.. 1 mid
STAPLE Inspectors (28)) minutes and Thirty. IP) for point of beginning. --- o, ?

election: eight ((38)) seconds West, From point of beginning YARD SALE RAIN OR furniture. north of Ratford on SR-229:;

GUNS. Annie P. HoUon Peggy along said Easterly thus described, continue) Ml INK I .. aDd S.t.,Aug.4 3RR home- -on-5- sues onSR235. blue 83CLSTOM block house as right

Shelter, Ann Woods Boundary, Seventeen South Eighty-nine ((80) & 5t 1025 N. Lake Ave. > LOOKS Brand Itpd

Haven Swink. Maria ((17)) feet to a concrete degree*. Eighteen 118)) serene from the high school. :New.A appraised. si --- ------,,

Reddish, Barbara monument located at an minute Fifty-two (52) 10 ..... Ill 5 p.m. 4983549. 411.0110.. MADEDRAPERIES "

RECEIPT Valinski.lrma Buford Ray intersection with the seconds West, along said llpd ft/3 - W* are .OW'
Verle R. Best. -- lor Hal. Mocking lot* fabrics.. Frewestimate.
A Stone Southerly boundary of Southerly boundary One Large acreage onSK238. '
MIFClLLAEDt'YFrEMyt : "
: .. Lama Stephen,.
BOOKS of State and "' Paitur and ,
the right-of-way Hundred Ninety :! I helmet HOi,
cycle wood. Old fr.... hour. onproperly p.0.4..6..l' tl/eh. J.
Alternate for said
Road-18; thence North Three Tenth ((190.3)) feet I okateboard. "H; 1 electric plus ehed. Buy 50
election: Eighty-nine ((89)) degrees to an IP located at the Ice cream churn 110 431 .
Quick You Margaret WilliamsLouise Thirty-one (3D minutes beginning of a curve con- 175. Itchg 8/3 sera or more SF.PTIC TANK CREASg Iieee'u'r.saonable. "<

TenlyIn ((22)) Southeast and TRAP cloanouts new
and Twenty-two cave to the -- --- Forsythl"
seconds East. along 'last having a radius of 19 INCH i "BEARS, : coTimTV : PHOTOS, printed In th. 4.11-1022.. All Joe bu.lnelJ
whereof I t with remote control. In Time. and taken .by the ;
Name Testimony ,
Southerly ((25) feet
subscribe aforesaid Twenty-five good condition. I25. 4983146. Timee can b* purch..... at .pp.8!. ...! !...!!!!!'.L.:.; :
Call here unto : my boundary Two Hundred thence Southwesterly .
Itchg 8/3 the office. M SIt Zed 1 F.I.F.MMOX: : R.PAIRT'I: )
and the Seal
name cause Sixty and Six Tenths the arc of said
It. along Avenue Lake Butler, any IMS!'(It'M PRICES:'" AT'JIM'S.
of the town to be hereunto 1260.6)) feat to a concrete curve thirty-five end A"iR i t'0\OITIORr: Sear, 'Monday, Tuesday, or Friday HKMTlRF.i: :, 4SSJMala ,

affixed this the 3rd monument; continue Fifty-five Hundredth 2MMW BTl', Ilk* now, I3UO. .between 11:30, sum S p.m. M. Lake' Butter 4 ftK9N.1. -

964-5764 day of August 1978 thence North Eighty-nine ((35: .55)) feet a* measured C.U 496-395I. Itehg 8/3 ft/3 tfeOFFICE 3/2 :

A.D. ((89)) degrees Eighteen along s chord having a .
SE;frfR A I. ITEMS Sturdybuilt ; 'SUPPLIES: lirh5'I,
Harold W. Epps Mayor (118)) minute and Fifty- bearing of South Forty- availabl -
Commissioner (52)) seconds East, ((43)) degrees Fifty- utility trailer. fixer .. at I'nlon County: Time.
two three S I
OR Attest: Merrill Edwards, along last aforesaid nine ((59)) mnutes Thirty- Reeeo hitch 2-5 paL propano ;Ncwepaper Olllc, call U.. Uw :
lanke; 100 It. heavy duly dean have what you,
City Clerk Southerly boundary One six ((38)) second West, toan elec.. cord 4 screw jacket 4 want, will .b* happy M .
8/3 4tchg 8/24 Thousand Two Hundred IP located at the end of shocks alt heavy duly order it.tlchg MAINKS INSURANCE.: '

Ninety and Ninety-four aid. curve; thence South aced. with wheel !Many AGENCYI160: S. Lake AveiiLake

496.2261 Hundredth (1290.94) One ((01)) degree Nineteen other It.... like 121 from FREE: : Pt'PPlESi, "Threepupplee. Butler, 496.3974.

feet to a concrete ((19)) KM at Lake. Butler 4 ..I. tree I* good home, Complete Iniuraac Servlc' *
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. toward Hailord. turn left atKK old. Call 496-3107. 1
monument located at the the property of the) 8 week "'
EIGHTH JUDICIAL as creasing. then 2 mi. en 7/27 2uhg 6/3 1!.lryapela; Ia:JraoTfInmedlat : >
For 1 Day CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN beglnlng of a curve concave abovenamed left turn .t moll .box No.42H. coverage .byphono.
AND FOR BRADFORD to the> North and defendants. and that on Itchg N/3 JOE ISHER

COUNTY. having a radius of Ten the 14th day of August. W'A.ttD.t ,. AGENCY 496-1126 er 4Mr.

DeliveryOff Thousand Thirty-alght 1973 at 11:00 o'clock 2903. .. '
CIVIL ACTION -- ,..,.
Case No. 78-267 and Thlrty-on a.m. at the Bradford .
((10,038.31)) Jail I will offer for
Th.I Hundredths County "' .:CR.TAR'I..di.: .,.
IN RE: The matter of the feet; thence In an Easterly sale and sell.. to the UltASINGTONCaeUUac( opening: Poeltlo requlree FOR R.JNI
direction, along last highest bidder for cash. In transcribing,
adoption of: DANIEL : Oldsmobile) e.p.rl.seeo .
I ROBERT RAIMONDO aforesaid Southerly hand, the above-de working with figure ,and -
boundary and along the scribed property, aa the Sales A. Service light .hortaaad. If
AND GINA MARIE arc of Mid curve a chord property of the Rid, : Fine; Selection Of Coed Interacted la s Jab with a 3 BR. .S bath; CB .....*:
ic RAIMONDO. Three Hid challenge, contact Mr*. about. f mllea out ol awe
of defendant to satisfy
I Shop NOTICE OF SUIT distance and Two Cart Taken On 'MacUonaU.Lake City olllc. with fireplace. L'Il1An
Sixty Execution.
NO PROPERTYTO Hundred ca ri due Tnule Florida Hint Employmentervlce. : fenced ,.rd. eel 496-2134
1360.02)) feet E. REDDISH '
: DANIEL A. Hundredth ( DOLPH 2001 N.W. 13 378-W1' Teat required. 727Itchg day *r 496-2502 sight. 6/2
CARLUCCI Address to a concrete monument SHERIFF OF BRADFORD 8/3 tlchgPe.el
j intersection COUNTY FLORIDA GAINESVILLE:
964.5764 15010 83 t. Brooklyn. located at an

N.Y. 1122B. with the Westerly 7/20 4tchg 8/10 .
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""' .. .. J ,, l." ., X" .> ...*, 830 N.T....., 8........ aze... 7/29 3tpd 8/3 _______1__ '""' UTILITY' ''BUILDINGSs All ) j .
P.... 944-7270 GARAGE : 74-8410
SALE. Frid.7Silarday .qv wre. I
AND EQUIPMENTwith ---- / ........1 .row"". ... .,.,
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LPN' NEEDEDI 8.11.6ahil 9 1.3 ... Coraer
ISO ,. ISO aero.. Good '" PALMS APARTMENTS SEWING MACHINES 1-11 aid II to 7 ., Lar.,.... ../Myrll St. lack. .. hhl cwttcbe.. If ku.ta I... i '
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field. crap laadi CoromhU. HU3UKI or STARKEi y_r ClllcUacloc. Uralibad. REPAIRED A. ..k.. fjm. .n. asd (reeve fleer. rouamauee.5 SEfUSFOR
,.. HOBIO.M44I20. Ifkg 8/3
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Bradford ar I)alas C.t: ,. thoriaod SaiBkl aul.r.Pboa Wehly. ar ...ihly. 2313 N. ...... ..... ... ...J....*. a Pb..,. U/tfcf .. .. Uollvrd ... .., .,. 4 VAa FHAFINANCING1 :
Na ,..It_. Phase. 1-388- 964-6020. 1640 ...t.II Temple A".., Stark, 17. Wark naraatood. .11_.. --- -- ---- Fmaaclaf available. up U 48
7416. 7/17 Itchg Ill W.I.., ((301 Baoth IB Tl'/cI,. RtrkUaad.. raw of MoraaRoad KIRBY VACUUM ...tll. |. sari CO BUM I. -
Starke.l U/cka; BBd HwrU. tl/cbg DENTAL HVCIENlisf Trailr CLEANERi, .**... .nI...... Namihl .. .,.",.,
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GOOD PRICES: PAID for THREE! BEDROOM MMla ) part tl.... Koyttooo 1204 40. C...... red with 964-6020 .r 964-6011. tfchgUMEKOCKi PRACTICAL a PRKTTYi 801 W. CyproM' -
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.... mobile.. .ham** II mortgage Hem. Largo, ........ MOWING Larta sad a.allacroa .......... 1'... Cal 473-4AM! attachment aid .......... Atrium, 3 BR 10. CHa,.. cory family room

I I. 3/4 .... ar ..,.. ."...., ..r.... ipac., ... Call Boot Clark. for .. ..,__. tl.kgCARPENTERSt Guaranteed. PII... 9646918. 'tS" Iou .load..uly. *. LR. DR. K. plrturoiqw covorvd poll, marlyMW 'I

OLIN-8 MOBILE HOME walking ..c......, .. .'J..- ...... 488-IS70.. 8/22 d/.... --------- llpd 83I I P.... 7S1-1I7X weekMI carpt ft drp.l, o ltt. '1

SALES. 964-5606. 0,.. 7 .... to ... chid. ao pot*. I.L..t. ----------- Bad alter S *..ahd. **..
day a w_"." UMig!' .__ TWO BEDROOM C....... .,. N. tUlllo. SIGN PAINTERS MAKE ,' 8.beoatraotara I/I ACRE LOTS I Ready to 7/SO 4'...( 8/10 SAMPSON LAKEs MM with 'I. BR, 2 .. CHa,.. n.
bkKm .homo, ..,... hitches" ............ D.'.... n alrad. MONEY. ,. a aa palalorow. JUa Walla Homo .build ... I mil. Weal alHamptM. 2S.SOO.

COINS W/> NTEDi 1964 ... .1.... ...... W/W carpal, ....... 7823279.: Itckg. 8/3 Froo ... _..... 8..dataaipod ...... ..rk, ...n..... lor ..*. 8200 ...... 12JHM) RABBITS "ii'S'Ai.-' OWNER FINANCED 212 R"II .V.. 3BR.-3B

...r. PaylspDlmo' .. 13c 717 W. Call: St.. 8'.,.... ......... to a.t tract with ....... o.....o.. a. ..... ....0.. 468-1831. Moot, JII'" broader.. P.|.... .M W. Madlton, ..... 2B, CH.A
each Qemrtera, 12.. Halve., PkoM (44-879I or ....'CIII.. MOBILE HOMEi 2 BRi: aTr, tko. Slra Palalori IraOoro la all poll .. tboBlato. ItO 8/1 964-717. 7/8 Itchf 810LAMINbTINGs Let Little I.ak Santa Fo- 914,300 I

SljlSi Clad H.I... 1M5-49. 1:17.: ...( 8/17 cleaa, ...d... 21/2 mlloo Maaar Be* S88.Walda, FU. PI..', .1 work. S.... -. Lot near .
63d ale* buyiNg. aid (..W.P. --_.--------- north .. Burba US-301. 32494. 7/20 Slpd 8/3 ...t II.". TIlt)IJSEI* MATTRESSES "iii l.. Klngtloy 1 IW& A-47.SOO

..... 9644230 after 6 p... MOBILE HOME, I0.45, 11111/.... 1100 ..,...11.P. . --_ .- .coatractr........ .rw. t..1., sod .n.soil aprbig.. Full .1.., pr.tectlea tor year valuable. 7000 CB BMg bug. *r w.,.....,.. i.. ....
7/13 tl/chg goaxl ....".... c:1.: ... 1 BR.carpat ..... ".-UIII. Itpd 8/1 *REMCII.tI.I" Iraaioortalioa.. PboM 732- Sill ...h. P.... 9647741 paper., '......r....., Storo a Living ejtrt. 910,000 Lawtoy '

Mum ..,,*' 91.0OO( ILIHNU. ... rapalra. 3714 .,._. 8 ... II .... Friday arSeiurday.Itpd cllpplBf. al*. West ...."..., AFFORDABLE I ttory 404 N. Walnut .largo lot
'Ir... Coed lire. 4(8-1047. kTfCHE'NETTE t i-BR Now .lte......, batba. ".11, I. JIM WALTER .I.. ".'.9" by My I....... 10 IIS N. St.
HALT WATER Clalr. $20.000
BOAT aodmotor 7/27 2lpd 8/3 apt.. TV, AC .'11''.... .i.. ...... Brl... black HOMES.aopt.3001 s.... PlaaA porceBt dloceuat with ..pyI It f
wanted. Will tradetoblm 412 LakO St., 9 louses
coatrelo. Fireplace BUSINESS!' PROPERTY thl* ... BULLINGTUN I
cl ..... Tatally laraJiboel
.home .lot. P"_. 46S- : Grllllo ".., Orals Equal Oppor C.,.., ..1)8-301) .. 418 Lifts St. 2 houaa
BLOCK: HOME with 3 l.d- W.....,, ...'111, ,.".., apoclallalc. 7/27 ltchgI *ad NR-12I STUDIO ..1111. 7/U
1551. 8/3 Itchg S10WANTKI room..1 bath. ,with It a,,.. Temple Metal. 880 N. ('...'r..".. ..... 47J2108 lusty Employer. I. L.....,, laqalr L. ll/tbf Oroon Aero tot 8S2M. .It
8/3
., I.... Carpat. CH/A. Tempi, Starko, PkaM .... er .11-.1171. TP/.", llerlty. P.O. B.. 5.1U S.. 7,. Laura romodolod horn

Mabtte .homo PII... 781-1377. 8/18 tf/chg 7357. 8/3 4lpd 8/24 Mite.. Fb. 320N8. 7/20 4tpd : IIAVi ,...t''". MM Euclid Epporan St. .
..I.. aid tlr.... VII pick .p. BULLDOZER: WORK !8/10! highly I I6t)71. ..,.01.... P..... 964- \
OI.IN'H MOBILK HOME MOBJlE M'if.. TWO-- FURPIISIIEDAPARTMENTSI Small ...., .k>adcl..arlacaad i ) UBAHIA/. ; LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION Call in for '

SALES. 964-56IM. 0... 7 ('..e.,. ..... '..wl..., MllmrdJudd. .b>>ella.. Ph... .III.., JQR"SAUi unutual opportunity tsar Holiday Inn. i

.lay* .0 week tlkkg' I'arp.l asd ..I.......,. 127 Latayetla Hi. Martha 904-6230. 7/27 ...b. -I 10 RED liENS and ......,, TEN ACRES .! pa.liiralaad.r LARGE APT BLDOt Fully rentedtag ......flt. 'I,

19.0M) sash ar 8300 .... Slarha. P..... 984-i95l. 817BILL'S 822 far ... Phone !l33,2831. ... B.I... Highway.loqulre ,
U .. '112'... ..,...... P...... Itchg 8/3 ltchgJI/3 Katie MIII.,. 1561 E. LOCK OF STORESi Evcoltont condition ,
Heart of StarkoESSENT
Keystan.flru 984-7194. llpd 8/1 GAS STOVE i i3 i cl.ss. 13 Mil R..d, MadlMB lit... 1
SAW SHOPi Ca: .- (ABSOLUTE AUCTIONI .
ROAD-3 or 4 BR. CH&A Vt aero
--------------- TWO BEDROOM ke;;* I. plola ... ... ........,, 'pat.. A... 12, I ...., Hwy 1'.... 782-3713. Itchg 8/3 Mlcb.. 48071. er p.... 1.113. \ ;
fldAEC HOUSE TRAILER Small, cavalry, G.r.... .,.... carrabr. "C... .arblde.cfcaki ,., 301 sad Ilwy, 20 ..ar......, 5HS 1447. 7/17 luh( 8/3 HAMPTON LAKE Sophisticated homo you will
- - ....... ....Ir. 9500. P..... Prefer relkrod ,.up''.. Phoao9844M1. ..... Made kollow Hawlkeraa, Larg 6000eypreaa GARAGE HA'ii;, Saturday' Iov.LANDI. ,

133-2S3I. Itcfcg 8/3 Itcbg 8/3 ........ ... ...1...... I.,. ..n....... with 210 A gunl5,6 la 5 p.m. 696 W.Madlaoa. 301 Xf ii TharedayT6 6P. 40 .era*, homo, trailer 931,000 .
LABRADOR RE. '- ---- at Jachoaa Building. Sapply.. It. as Hwy 30*. Railroad ... 2 lamlllen baby .... Friday 7iIO p... 27 ,
acre*. ctoarod near Lak. '
Hampton
TRIEVER8 tea wooka .... WILLTuTlEQIJITV ll.il. and A.......
8JOO Is VLRNINHF.l) It...., clolhea, .box ri Bayer
Starka or K.,._ Hol.ht*. Hwy. 20 r_... .. Tar.. .. spring
Two ..1... ahala aidwarmed 14.101.77 ....0. homo.Sat APARTMENT: I BR. AC. tl/cbj real. ..to,., IS ,.r...., day ..Un.., mUcellaaeoua. New cad .... ..,.It..dl... EX E CUTIV I HOMEs Cyprott. Early American

2601. llchg, (35./3 each.. Cal 473- up..48 ..r* fan*. May real ...... I'll... 9844201. 8/9 .. eel.., with h.I.... duo Ito. 8/3 US-301/ Narth ol titarh*. 4000'homo, of t lco>, .tab..... 3 ocroo 1 ..,.,..c... .

fare *r move ...d.,. Pliaao ,2tpd 8/10 BRADFORD SEPTIC with ..... N.. 15 30 7/27 4cpd 8/17 ARM
MODERN
R"SALE"I;1 .;ie '4;;. 4A8-2659 far ..,.D.. llchg TANK BERVICEt Bradford _I..... pool, raft. A/C. 1'.R( i.fA"ii:. Friday m HOMES 23 aero on Wilton .
.. i i' .)it"iIii. (' MPti"F: SALE. Road with 3 BR 2 B, CHAA. barn tree
8/1 TWO neldoBtlal paata-evta. ... Hal. 1972Nlmod. pecan
Many bargalai. Turn
.bed, .sUr... and .p.I... .,... ....1..'., ...11.,
... ......, .... H..., I. aaaatry. Commercial sad ladBotrial.Fully .. ..lectri harbor "kit oa fJS-301) al l.awiey Sleep .. nil orb ''I
with .1. IIc...... P...... .... typowrltore .. .11.,. 1'.... 9646210. flO BUTLER RDi '".500 1 BR home In good \
Each S3II. or 150 for both. KINtSI.EY LAKE ;';; ;' *N5/ogntk. P.... 9846112.llckg chahr. ....,..,. chair. .....- Klemeatary: School. Follow t location. I
Maple .Jt.. ,.bl.. MO ......11.1 I.,. Partially illS'FoVit'AP 8121. U/cbc' ......, using roona aultee, .... Itcbg 8/1 ItO 727YAK" t

maple end table (30. lurBlaked. Halo. by .w..,, chair, air tonka, electric. COUNTRY"CLIB" SIlTS. '
Antique" white ......,. S30. PII... 533-2354. Itpd 8/3 ARrMENTS. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSi motor, .'.r... cheat, for late, $$.500/acr*. ALSO. i7 SALE? T.ol. aid VERSATILE 424 N. WALNUT. II rooms 1 baths
Callar direcllona. 473-2817. Two.-,... apt*. aid two 3- PfcoM. 9618894.r9644592.tfehj ..... ..... CB: and TV two downtowa lola on E. other II.... ..,..., but could b. home and office or 1 Apts. .Beautiful ,

1..11/3. T uii" ) )iilirio r... apt. Uafaralakcd. ... ..,...... ....... note Cal Hi.. at S9.HK and Hu.d.,. 436 Polk. II...... need back yard paved driveway bott \,j !'

moblk. homo, ('If IA. Ph..... Inquire at 1.-K... Motel grmdera, ......r.. t.... and IIH.IMM. Phono 964HUH2.) 7/77 Zlpd 113Florilnnd neighborhood financed.We i
or -
f.lli RENT; IRK; taral.ked 944-646O ar 964-7298. 8/3 19 N. Temple. Stark, LOSE WEIGHT ....1, and ...... grocera ....... ..vi. 96465INI.) owner ,
IF/chg
.pa.,.... I. 11'I....... N. 2tpd M/10 d/c', taut with XII Diet Pla.. S3. ...,.. Palarokl ., :
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i ..... 5. ihild.... t25 per APARTMENT I., Real 1BR. REDUCE: Ea.... Fluid CB: radloa, camera.....*. M )ViN G'MLi:, "f aeUi. Realty ;
...t' C.U 473: .1753.: llpd 1 0"TT TRAILER."'v., waS t. waS ..,poa. Air with X-Pol.. 13.50. 're.K. eompeaeila, AM/FM taoer, matlreaa/ .prll,., 7 pc. 383N.T.mpleA... are turning "Impossible"' Into an everyday I

8/3 -'-__ liveable. .1.... 2BR ....ut.....964-065 or .....' ...'. Drug, 8'*.... 8/8 8-trck r.s.rd.r utility dlBettot 11....... wanhert St"II...... occurr.nc. r .

[ I: NOfi SALEi Plnehurot. Trailer C..,., 8172. lung 8/3 lOtpd Silo buIldIng l1.,.. .......". .ew refrlg.ratori colfee and
K.,.,... H.I,.,*. NI. "It..... tail ,..0., on right. ......... card, tool I... lamp tablet couch and ".-7700
treei oa eaa to 10 acre tract ('..h ..1,. 8/3 II.... H/31 'PERSONALSERVICES : HOME REMODELING, "IfII' color TV. copy macblnea, ....I.er. rock.rt chair.Everything HBmpuBVDh &
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hi the home wo : Uk. now. Phono'M4877I.
la nr-la-hborhood ., ..w
..1..1.,..., blcvclo.. D.v.lopm.utLit. '
...... Home lota H vwi: : Room .01011'..... plumbing. Itchg 8/3 I
permit ..
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buy ; ....... 16 mil..
pay -
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mobile ....... sad .... .. electrical. ...n... .... Goad pump Ralph Bryan ,I
direct Irorn 1. ,. LargenclectloB -.. ...JoeI.'., ...,....- ea SampM Like, t--I
overtook. a I..... Prked ,. .. .1.,.. wkjca and MOWING Larg ... email work at reaeaaakle prl. ., graph ........ AMFMU. IIOUSLCLEANING!: com !I. aid I., mu tall y.n
i Mil with .... from MIX ........ .. .... .. Ph... S33-2IS3 r.f.roncoi. Phone 984-8087 Real Estate
.wld. .Double .er.*. .. roctraalc ......*..*. boat. ttw .., imi. GEORGE: ROBEHTS.1Reg.
i i (..w.....,......(40 frantag per ....HH-.... from '".9111.! ....1..1.... allor 5 ,... 8/3 4tpd. 8/24 7/27 4tpd 8/17 .....u..te.. ., recorder!, I.t. ---- 2117 N.Temple "... .Real. E.Ut ......, .
se.73.Kiarbe. Home Cent .. model C.k. ....1.. kddcr.vaccaum WaD built witroprt Pkoaa
|21 ....11..,.. Ow... 473. .r TRACTOR""WORKI"targe oUI Btarhe.FIa 964-7826 gafio. I-
4373.: 8/1 I... 831HKL"p"vvVNTEDi North Temple A,.., 1164- lAT ii1L c-;...., cleaner nraaero, SPECIALTwo .d (..4 I.c.... 9646768V lilt North Temple. A--.zrIl"
| 8741. Itchg 11/3 hoar. day, ..... Fall .. email 1.1.. dlaclag., .klgh. chair" TV Uada, 44 with3 BR, UvlBf BrB. "" : _
DENTAL ...lvk..... T.II... Stark. .owing. bach. ....d.. Phone .. 'SbyI"SlEoss
credit card .hI. *. I.rgyrd.' .
II\IF.NI'IT! Ful or urtTTJBBCTTyTmff .: 'wilt __ XltuD..hu..g"..J./Jt..IUL Jimmy. MrIe,. ,8I'5Z3iL. Mil**- bod f rremeofH porl-a-Marmrdoor .,reAY. Sta"r..aa.r"'t "I", 'M :... -..; _area..Off ..... P5 .
ffff OTw M fffy mKkEbflVflra :v....., 121 BMk>r- Tat;;: r'/1I7 4..1tC 11111' .. ., ..w\ pallet, commercial .. 34.1S Gr.wl aId II.... with I U,... 8R1M19 )jj .

Call 473-45M lar .. later Kiarhe, Phone 964-5610. 7/27 ,PAINTINGl" 1--1-: r, hear dryer, large doara, Story House MT .. Walnut St. Prlcod ..!! ....1. 301 NartfcBolldma

,,'.w. tlchgWirL"BABVsTT. Itch, 93i"EiNG |laterler. dsi.,.tI... saw, '''...11. .......ural.. 38.95 6069.95 to M>||. .... as 8R-100 (
..da ---1 11 Reaioaablo ralo Goad .,."... larga ,..... None Higher ----- 8R-X30. ...._, .... .... f 1

your thUd 1-- "' : :'\ MACIIINESiW.: |,,...,...... F.. Salatoa (SltatIh .......r.... .. Mker" .Horn leo Mobile Homes'".'5 > BR. I .batbk. ... lamed. C...,,, Crab.1 Four ...r... Ira... '
.g*>r three 'and ap I. ., FOR SALE 1972 travel buy and nell ..wl.. ,, Palatorl. Far Iroo .u..,... ,. ........ 8/3 Double Wldes 29.95 I a,,. lot Mar _. .. acre is SO ear.. I CH/A, IIr..I.... eat-1

.home..Traaiportatma. t. and trelor.2 It., .......IU..... mnchmeai. repair. .1.! .. 301 ,.......*< phoM 488-1759 2tckg 8/10 -- -- ..".raI ....&10... ...1..1.. ... II *..*.. pared I
from ""." Kinder- Al ('TIU'. IH( 301 :NORTH.Starkr ', 11/3 Small aquhy .la .1....' BOW [rood, loacod.Edward7 .
69 llchg
.. bell ackool completely. llvoablo and read r. p.m. this la a pressure and .... ... .., .... I
gartenara day "' 11/3 "I'pd Milt I 3B11bonu..al IZscr.lsGr.wiog
.......... E..Ie..... Call worthy. chemical cleaning ..... bath all 8R-I6 RdT: 7B*. 2 1/2
47324M6. llckg 8/3 6/10 1972 laleraatlaaal 1010Triv.1I niaranlerd to remove -- -- -Prime _.ar..... US .bath, DR. LR, FR witS
A/C, H/S R* IIbitch -
301
EIi tliE.id.utApath. : t* .pull tnll.r.II i mildew .bugs, stains, Tw alary ....... with -3 BR home aid bsls..B, fireplace, garage, ecacreteblack.

". lent lop ...,... |l. (ib.Ia.. ...... :.O. .PO TU N'T'U' :, : CARS.* TRUCKSPONTIAC Jte.CallCollecl. Glagrbrad trim property, US-301. __ _? j
deed e.ndItl.a with many Battery electric ...11I.. : 064-8061 I Veroadaa, partly ..*.*... -10 acr... Ralferd area Pram. H..... 2BR, "

....... Al.o lO'.U' Hoar hIck.,. Ph.. .. 473-4906. llpd after 6 p.m. ,. .od.,. 11.1.,. acre., BR. brick garag. Is_ ._ !.

..... .:...111., condition.I 8/1 CATALINAt --- ........r.1'1.11 .
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.. ,... BUSINESS 1972. ....... AM/FM radio. Garage apt. 1* city yet Frame as I atra Iscaaatry.
d al tin Cal 47334II ......*
$. llpd 8/3 I.OHTi: ; .,.'d-'P'.hi; ; OPPORTUNITY Ak..lut AC 4 doer AT. PB, PS, .molated oa .largo lot with Lake.6 camp very *_... .. I
Illicit P.-.... .1..1..mlh. ( AuctwBi Saturday, Aug. 12. S950. P...... "' -6381.! 7/27 ..., to_.. --
FOR"SAI.El, 1968 GMC .. .... chll..'. .... la I p.m. I'S' 301 and US 20 3tpd 8/10 IJlInl.ICAUCTION -- -- ursa aid lImb paid, at i Acre. North of Stark.

up., 325. Ph... 473.4i3 pick. Oldlledl Pond ..... R....... .""pI.*, Hawthoraa. Large _..:..--- iII; Good country living I. 3 GrMII Loop.Morgaa ...__ .., all US.301.. !
12
llpd illS, Cal 47J-4UH5. llpd 8/3 6JKM ... ft. cyprea ware.ho. 1973 CHEVY CHEYENNE BR. I III beta trailer. 4 Rd.. 1 BR .. 1acre. -
-_ -- .... with 210 It. M US. ..,... .. BR I balk LR. DR. i
Ho II..... '... VS. AT. Judo Moody
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.' ii"'ii :7TI- It. F ii"S l.EHr; lull' sIreMau. 301. RR and hwy 20 trrat- per : ..0, room, .ar...'.

,I... Boall25.Cal 473-36U9 ... KncoBent: *...11..... ..*.T.,.... 13 pet. oa day ., PS..clll.PB.., ,.AC.... 782-3956 Towlos Realtor Associate !North'301 AITTION.'Stark 1 BR. trailer- --.-alee- feacod 'rawfard Road- '61 _.. Lawlay.____ _
w........ Itpd 8/3 (40 t.114 3-3601 .......01.. with ...... .... I.....
./' ale aid balance after 6 ,... ItO 6/3 Ready to Help Public Auction lot .. city, Good ...dltl... pravad pa. Twa I0-acro tract very
Itpd 8/1 Ztchg 8/10 .ad n..*.'...... EZ
BABVSITTER"la WANTSDzI. : You With Your .......11..., Jual aft 8R." -
.. 11x10. ARK: tllli INTI:RKHT: MMaludvlac PLi"MOO'TFii"iYI Real Estate Needs.177Mfr Now mad *... .., Cheooe from woo... aim crma. paved reod.toveral .
K..t. lor
area ontrolocy? Pkon. 1973. AC. PS. PB. Mice ..,. ......... Uader maw OC GeIger Road for a homo, W* have ."'ra.E" -
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month old key four day aweek. 4734334 or 473-4H57. ( li.... YARD WORK Tab over payment 1'.... -48S-IOJ4 "' ........... Furallur 4mlec8ou --- cemmordal lets an
N..d. tote of loving. tart H pt. II. Hrglvtrntlont H.dG. Trimming 64-6580... 1"11I3 I..... Ph...964-7700. ....... 101.
att..tI.n and good autrltioa.
Lawn Raking ---- Ralph P. BryasRe IB _- _
tIered I, 8/3 StpdJI VeraloP.Odom.GRIReg.
<'al "0... bolero .1!.. Pko' .. Hrpt. altar

47327A8., Itchg. 8/3 ('AH" 1(911 (; )LIt ot.jj'; ;., Lawn Parking Mowing Lot TARE. 1977 OVER Tree. A.PAYMENTSI. AT. AC. Roal Estat.Bribes 9646208WayaE.Daagla Rallardi 1BR I ball.. LR. '

lew.lry, dlamonda colna, CI.anupFREE fully ........ Far .ml. ,b... PIBLIC: AUCTION --- .large Kit FR area, brick. I I'
Eva.. 964 5476 2 .. "
dealal gold. Will suit tear 964-6189. 8/3 Every Friday na..III. **, I bath
MIR A L'Er.7c ..1bu.I. homo ..'..h.... M,. ESTIMATES llpd ,.. W.Clark '* T.......' Fieri Aid,... A._..,. I ...., ..".,.1 .*.*.
.... 100 It -- -- Philip
140 U. deep properly two .. .... RI....., 47 5*099, tl/ch. 7.30 p.m.Uealera *. Aiooclata 964-7739 904-6191: ,..... \I

1..1.. REALTOR: ....., 1t.I.
oa Lawrcace Blv SUNSHINE ACRES Public Welcome' GEORGE ROBERTS.
.,.,....t alia, large olflco FOR HALE llemeiltei orIrnler Phone e&4-76" [E KEYSTONE Aioaclat 782.1896! Reg. Real Eatat BrokerPhaaa

pace. tOO.OOO .......ble lota. IOO.I5O. klgk, HEIGHTS W. tab*' ca.lnmta 964-7826

...,..... Aay .u..,..... dry, ...,....... SIJ7S: tall Office 190414734700Eveimga If yea kovo anything toall. OPEN: bataraay AM.
coatacl Vary at ),II..* p..... N. cl..I.. c..,, TRIEST MINISTORAGE w* buy one piece or IE ULKNERL
:Nareory.471-4522.: Itchg. 8/3 Owner 'llaancad. Termi .. _tatei aid 'liquidation.'
-8/11 lull ".,.r. 1'.... 984,7842.Itpd : |9044734017EHeoaG.Staaloy|
-- -- [BTHOMASREAL
8/1 .. REALTY [B STARKEr 1 Br, I bath.
NOW OPEN .
.'OR HA .f.. 1977 Sushi-; -; TH! FOR'"SAlTEi Clay' -'Coaaly; Sahamaa Ope. EverydaylSpm. TV HAA. 2.DOO *... It plum
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... lot
Good laacd .... 9 Z30S N.Temple as mrg aaraor
185 .t.cl. Florida, heavy Spic. Available E" .473,101I5HVRRYllltJRRYI
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.,St. Taa t I.&
Huadav 621 N..h W.I. *
..dld.. New eprecheta .mductry. Appreinialely 1M osccat 8ter.,Florida
and c..... M..., oell. S700.al ..r.. .1".1.. IS-JOI sad 10x12 '23"/niO. u Pb....944.7891 SUrk. Florida 32091 Paul H.F..r BR72

( alter 7 p... 4733011. rioaboani. (;..ea Lmo Rail 10x24 .!S9"/mo. I Ca... I hi,. 3 acrce will alter I 5 p.m. 964-6162 Rkr HTARKEi l bath, '
FaremHolght
brick home la
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llckg 8/1 road. Survey aid topographical Formerly ,
well tic km
map available.. FOR INFORMATION I I I..I."R MO C': leSSMO. Real E.,... 9644045 *. Built for ...rp .
HtL.'T: i'pu; ; Financing avnllnble .. --- ovmgo. 1JIOO .... **J. It.

"".... Vifkeyeteae approved ........., with CONTACT: I -- -- F. 0.1._Thames INVESTMENT Bread Mwl ___...
Hclfhia.' aeell.aal. ..>t .low down ..,...a. Call the THOMAS REALTY R...Real. Eilato. PROPERTY 1400 acroo
meet the. foUowmg fjuallflca- C..., C...t, U.vekipmeol. i riiiI : RACE FOR8PACE1 .Wolj!!.Drilling Broker. m Marma C..." T.... STARKEi 1''..... HolgkU. .

0.... Police ......,. A.thorlty. 0-4-2114-1373( 8/3 964.8162 Olllc 964-6162 .,....... .........1 had wooded
......11 inl.... ......... ., Itckg sill Nat la thIs large 4BR. t 2" thru 6" ---- mta. high aid dry paved
t'by Couaty ....pl.,.. j I CENTER j Beth. home with over E".... BROOKLYN LAKE .._.. baid yer ,awe
l.r5 .. Ik. peel 20 ....II.. .1 I 2600 8,. MI .f llvlagre Fast Rotary 533-tllO' ESTATEs 1BR. 28. LR.OR. ha... ar ,.. may U.. ...

AoalicalloM.. .., ... pkkedpl : OWN AN AUTO I Paneling Molding I ,. *. S5I.OOO. bug ..".... witS ., a.r*. Call for detail.
the. City Hail ...,..... REGISTEK Kitchen Cabinets -- Drilling Equipment ASSOCIATES aaack. bar A" ......'.." -.----

9 .... mind 4 ,... I I.K. I. PARTS CENTER I UI glove 81..... 2000 .... ft. ...., .a',.*. ... I batS ....... homo
.,,,..., llckg 6/3, (;AS AN DOlL Counter Tops ROOM TOBREATHE STATE LICENSED mk. 114.700.KEYSTONE .
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vanitiesFREE IJVAUGHNJOHNSONJ .......... .. E"..964.6881Ilar.ld
\( 30N S. Thompson SI. Security con be --- LITTLEORANGE LAKEt -- "
9M5NK8LPfias! assured for OB Ibl,. 20 acre par..ll.al.iai Purnpa EppEve. 1BR. IB, LR, OR KI...... a.ra
you
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II gNtTt0l I a 1BR, all: .9644614LONGCHAMP with Mack bar, braohfaatoak. tract, ctarllsi 14,419.
and
I : m ** your unity I electric I.... 860,000.9HORT .
Termi .
I ESTIMATES Fk-.plnc acrooaodolio. *
i BEFINISHINC I In a wide choice I .. New & UsedSalesPartsSeMce ,
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-- -- Fur I OilLubricitlng of ncaUone.EaeeMent' .. refrigerator, --- -
DRIVE built-...k>bwaa.bar.Haadyaias A.a.PATaAY.ROKEa,
F,.. E...*!** Oils
TOCAIES\ILLE:< ---- IK.,._ Height. Fla.
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polenllalMv
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.... JO ... look, pole and .11. .1.1. ar.*. Covered
9 ,8 : power MaterialWEBU1LD
TlrvsTubrs 0....._
I Old Coca Cole Plant hull.I... Jaot, reduced loIIIHW. 1. ] pa&lo. 1I.ooe.
X ,":..:. 964-7699 C.ntor.Paihlal. I St.1 .. .. --- Slams
.' Haltrrlrs 984-S711 Your Plans Or OwnYour L... ,.. ..It.. .homo. arI 4714371WU002HI0
p financing ---- New Installation' bmlld OBJ with or' wkbowtwell.
avallsM. Lot Or Oun" **pUe task light

Exxon Station For Lease Remodeling FREE: ESTIMATED ..... W.ftts

I TOMMY'S LAND CLEARING CONTACT(NAME) Repairs [lemodeling R pmln w. .lava-.-ropertyaorth --- os Ml

800 Walnut St. Starke, Additions ar BeatS
We Offer .dL' : AMERICAN homes Bought ---- w Bulldozer Wont:
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To
: 20.000 23.000 Inve.lment Required
? Wa toed ..u., .ks IS t* 10Iboaaaad Largo or Small
Fast Response LJ.JS. SYSTEM PARTS Paid Training ... ... .. ... ... .. .... 8o14= edACREAGE ..... rinage.Am.eciat. .

___ INC. PUMPS & SUPPLY wUndFIH t,
: And Free Estimates .a.a FOR ;: '.

,. 450 N. Lane AveJacksonville. For More ,"'Information COMPANY SALE I.... L.r........ *Ponds :,.

WORK .t:....... 9444141Ba.BMM.Bakk ,' < ";
COMPLETE DOZER .'Flo32OS Call AO. rctd'rJax. '839 N. Temple Ave. 9i53Thgh.taySOl **) WVILBUR' WATER! "'

,ALL,LAND CLEARING Eva..m>a 9444171 tM-lf
Phone go Sla/ke. Fla South r V.... 10&101E. SOI) W Madusoitil 8tnr*.. t -

Stark ....... 96449M '
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