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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 10, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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631st is State Shooting Champ z SINCE 1879 -- r

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For the third straight .r the rifle Jdr ,
eam of the 631st Maintenance Co of
Stark has brought home the

allaferro Trophy Rifle Championship I..
proving Itself the tat rifle team -.
fin the Florida National Guard



?(won In addition.the state SSG individual Terry F.National Hardee The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

(Guard sharpshooting trophy with a
f score of 2SS-7, meaning 225: points' of a y iWUi Year 8TARKE,FLORIDA lU'eftta
f possible 250 point and with seven ,,. 4th Issue Thursday, August u! ins Copy
[ bulls eyes. ,
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SP4 Steve Varnum took third place T\ '

'state individual honors with a score of $300,000 BUD Grant
22110. SFC Rudolph Hutcheson
placed sixth with a 214-5 score. ,er

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SSG Hardee won the state r, oily,.:
Individual trophy by just one point
over SSG J.C. Greenberg IIHC SOth to
S&S Bn who fired a 224-11. With his 11 Approved Improve
bull's eyes, Greenberg would have \ .
won the individual hud he equalled
Hardee's point score: of 225, since j
Greenberg had more bull's eyes.


Other 631st unit members and their .......,. 13 Starke Target Areas if""
scores: are: SP4 David L. Green 192-3, ). -". :' :'. !
SP4 Leslie D. Carlton 183-4. SP4 AllenB.
Whitehead, Jr. 181-1,and SGT Paul Taliaferro Trophy Rifle Match winners from the 631st Maintenance Co. of .
Landry 169-1. Starke are kneeling (l-r t SP4 Ralph S. Varnum SGT. Allen B. Mhllehead. Jr Starke officials received word this Mont of the work will be done by past three years, linnllv !getting How *.' .1',
and 880 Terry F. llardce. week federal funds totaling (100.000: private companies on a bid basis, laid last year
have been approved for Improvements city consulting engineer Don 'I'
The 631st won the (team championship Standing aret SP4 David L. Green SP4 Leslie D. Carlton, range control to paving, drainage and Kuckman. Finally this January A \
with a combined total score of officer Dan Harley,SFC Clarence R.llutcheson and SGT Paul O.Landry. recreation in *' three target areas The funds are expected to be representative from \tlanlllllt'l') := .
81921. Second place went to the St. among low income and minority received in December and work regional/ office lulled Murki'
Augustine Headquarters unit HHD, groups In three sections of Starke. should begin early In 1979 Ruckman Schaefer said he look the I ll'H official .. '
FARNG, with a combined score of i Information received from said. to the Reno BreD where raw sewage/ : 'I
798-22. Lake City's 153rd Engr.. Co. .. ;, Congressman Don Fuqua said It was over three years ago that mild be seen float Ing in open ditrhiv. t'I,
was third at 78824. .... Starke's pre-application and seven then-mayor Charles Schaefer and city The official a black man. said' nllrr
'\1 "tlr. other communities and one county In sanitation engineer Don Ruckman the (li\-long tour of the city', that <.j.
> 'the Second Congressional District started applying for an HUD to Starke "seemed loqimlif) for grunt..
In the Taliaferro Rifle Matches ', have been approved. Starke will now substandard The front The official. !Schm-irr mall, enid In- .j 1
l Improve areas city
shooters fire a total of 90 rounds, at 'ii
file reviewed i all lor lhtAllunM >
: a completed application which grant iipplifullim*
t. has applied for numerous federal i! .
distances of 100, 200 and 300 yards, ,,Department of Housing and Urban the but had office. IInd I Mini' tw would do "
grants over years no
from standing, sitting, and
prone Development (HUD) officials: is what lie could to HOC that !Sl.irkeretchctf
and both say success until this week, other than(ho
including rapid
and positions slow firing. Regular rack M-16 ;,certain to be approved. federal 201 sewer project grant now in n grant I his >our..V .

weapons are used in the competition.The Starke missed getting grant money progress. :h.iclcr' said he lirst Icnrnca 01 migrant .
\last by only one point. This Councilman Schaefer and engineer application npproxiil last I ..,
\ye8r'l application was based on Rurkman kept applying each of,the Frida). ; ;
,Starke unit has good r (updated census figures. Points are r, ,It :
'given for various parts of the .J
participation in Its rifle team, says
veteran member Hutcheson. application to determine which
Rudolph
Young men coming on shot"real good requests are funded. $700,000 Road j jBond '
potential" apd Hutcheson looks The project as outlined will Improve Retop
forward to the Starke unit retainingthe substandard dwellings, slum and 'I
championship for at least two blight elimination, and removal of -
mare years. The team practices on Ita dilapidated units. Public works will Resolution OK'd' ;1
own time, the National Guard' Include paving and drainage to i

providing weapons and ammunition. ,alleviate blight, sanitary sewers, and .
Members are already practicing for Adjutant General Kennedy C. Bullard presents trophy to SSG Terry F. Improve safety hazards and Improve Bradford County 'ommissioneraMonday. municipalities of Brookcr Hampton I,
next year. Hardee of the 631st Maintenance Co. of Starke winner of the Individual rifle 'development of housing stock. The August 7, unanimously and Lawtey.
championship match of the Florida National Guard. Hardee gets to keep the ,grant will also provide activerecreational adopted a resolution! to be submittedto Public hearings were held in oil the
The team members are also all small Individual trophy and get his name engraved on the large trophy. .. opportunities by the State Department of communities and the courthouse I
members of the.22. calibre, indoor rifle 8P4 Steve Varnum, also of the 631st, took third place In the Taliaferro. y 4 renovation in the target area. Transportation (DOT for a $700000 earlier In the year. Koch municipality
team. Trophy Rule Championship Match held at Camp Blanding May Zl. ,1 The target areas selected are the bond Issue to finance retopping 38 Is to draw.up Its, own ordinance for j

t;1 Reno section surrounding RJB and, miles of existing paved county roads. adopting the land use' plan for that
The resolution drawn up by i county
Old Lawtey Neighborhood Recreation '
.Center the area surrounding Pratt St. attorney Dudley Hardy states,"many areaIn/ other action, a reactivated Bradford "

$ Million County udget.Set ; Recreation.center and crossing Us. secondary of disrepair roads are...and In a the dangerous County' Housing -Authority ttulv Ji "
.,)0), to the.downtown area, ".an4Jlha.pdq slate county ",,.mttted,11%*.i.tinmen joreuuntyalk., .
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....... .r.-: "ray"" ... .,'""., .It'.f'l!'J .:'t 9 ''MMpSMIR'IMd4ry'O'Coknmisson i*' iJ.: "' \" ''''''''' '''' '''' !l' .- .qlti' 4'4"' ,,nor':l and, 6autjp ,.(xjtt" doe:not repair bave-sufliclept'revenues or! dMrfre to increase the to*fffmaka i\IP\ prell,1 ef0f'e-pubaputin. IhernjPVn4' 'ti "'' ... tl
'bauriho6ase
: : ad valorem taxes.','",r '', > governor.Approved .,
Holds Line o'n Tax In the grant application the city The short term bond would be paid were original member I ''I t
located. 18 percent substandard back over a period of seven years at (".c. Anderson I year. Kdwiird: ,
housing and 114 overcrowded about 5 percent Interest The county Saxon 2 years: ":lIjlelll' llIIthl'\\" :3 I .
The Bradford County 'Commission Some other Items have increased requested by the county's Community'* dwellings. Public works projects would handle the bond Issue itself and year term. Added were' Ait, Schul/ :
' made a handful of cuts to the General greatly over last year. Utilities and Action Agency (CAA), an arm of the would include paving graded and let. Its own bids for refopping ac. and John Bradley. both 4 y ear term ?:
Suwannee unpaved streets within neighborhoodsand cording to DOT specif lea duns.
River
Fuel costs budgeted in the General Economic Council': "
. Fund in budget sessions last week and Fund have nearly doubled over last The Community Action Agency said providing sewer connections for Roads listed by priority consideredfor Approved bv' the board a ere / was expected to review a preliminary and are $14,000 and Gas and Its request was to fund housing dwelling units where sewers exist but retopping are SR-233. 5 miles, board recommendation !far Philip ,\. j)
year up
. draft of the $3 million county budget Oil costs budgeted in the reconditioning, the Head Start due to low income residents cannot SR23I: 5 miles; SR-229A. 2.1 miles; SavlII request for reronmtf Iwo acres | .J
for 1978.79, up roughly $400,000 from Transportation Trust Fund have program, which provides preschool afford to connect. Also constructing SIt-725.3.2! miles; SIMOOA. 6.5 miles; south of Hampton on Sli-2.13: from
last year at their Wednesday Aug 9, increased $15,000. Medicaid costs the classes, and the Community Outreach sewers where dwelling are presentlyon &R-200B. 1.9 miles: SR-231 5 miles; agriculture to manufacturing to I
4. .budget session. tanks. Public works projects SK-237, 2.4 miles SR. mile 51{ of solar I
County has to have been budgetedaUIOOOOoverwhat program, which provides services to spetic ; 223. 1 : cncriivcollectors / j
j The full county budget that was to pay Bradford paid out low income citizens. Commissioners would also provide water main 21A. 1.5 mile; SR-235, 2.3 miles; SI{. : for water healing unit,
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extensions into low and moderate 225A, 1.6 miles, and SR-2JOA. mile.
said the CAA
last increases make people hadn't convinced
be
totaled Salary
presented Wednesday over year up Also approved innut: :Mudcr's; :
$3 million and Is based on the property another addition to the budget.Cuts them that the programs would do income areas provide drainage Adopted unanimously without discussion for rezoning 1.5 MTV 4'j' I '
facilities to low-lying areas where was an ordinance adoptingthe application ,
recommended the commission made and much to help Bradford County.
7.450 an
appraiser's miles south of Starke the west hide
high ground water ,and seasonal comprehensive land use plan and on I
millage rate, down from last estimated $100,000 cash carryoverstill
year's 'The commission was able to slice flooding exists map for Bradford County and of US-301 from open rural 10 retail
left the General Fund of
7.576 rate. The recommended millage out $2,200 that was requested for the Sign sales and services.
rate for 1978-79 ,calls for no tax balance with budgeted expenditures Shop after Farnsworth Informed] them
increase. totaling over $30,000 more than that those monies were already Warren Collecting Delinquent Accounts Discussed by' the board was the

The budget as the commission expected revenues. Commissioners Included in the Road and possibility of a garbage incinerator ;
instructed county clerk Gib Brown bills $204.99 on his home's bills. Tillmun. operation by' Morlda Gas neirlirooker '
hopes to approve it is $400 000 greater Transportation Trust Fund budget. Attempting to get delinquent
" than the 1977-78 approved budget..The and accountant Pat Farnsworth to owed to the city paid back City who has since started managing a Such an Incinerator wouh,
.k three "operating funds" are with I balance the fund by pulling cash The Road and Transportation Trust Commissioner Joe Warren Is taking Sonny's In Jacksonville has not appeared be used in the heating process of distilling tt
the General Fund about $152,000 up carryovers out of other funds. Fund was Inflated as budget officials several businesses and residencesthat before the court yet. different grades of fuel oil b)
the County Transportation up Trust, In two separate budget sessions last ,allocated $131,481 Federal Revenue owe July bills to small claims Total delinquent bills for the month'of Florida Gas and would have the ,,,'
Fund $75,000 and the Fine and week the commission cut three budget Sharing dollars to the fund to help court. July came to $3.703.80, and Warren attractive side benefit of burning j' '-
Forfeiture up Fund about $16,000. Items either partially or fully. defray repair costs on roads damagedby says that he Is not restricting his suits garbage from nearby counties such }(p';'
up The Hampton Volunteer Fire recent weather conditions. Commissioner Warren began last to large bills, solely. Warren received as Bradford. The. incinerator would I \\.1/1, / ,
Local Certified Public AccountantPat Department had requested $4,100 but Citizens can have their say about Wednesday, August 2, by filing suit unanimous backing from fellow city completely burn up all garbage I : '
Farnsworth explained some of the was allotted $2,000 Last year the how the Federal monies should be against former Sonny's Barbecue commissioners when he announcedhis Including metal except large Items : r;:
increase can also be attributed to the county gave the department 1000. used at an upcoming public hearing owner Dick Tillman, who owed plans' at I. the Tuesday. Aug ,I, such as refrigerators and washing \ .
fact that some items "float" Into $9,720 was cut from the budget which the County Clerk will advertise. $1,637.70 Sonny's utilities bills, and meeting machines.
other budgets and are thus budgeted 'if
twice. $151,000 in Federal Revenue *

Sharing Transportation funds, Trust for and instance Fund also where in, are the Record Rainfall Draws Torrent' of Drainage Complaintsbe I II


they are expected to be used. 1I1
Apparently headed for a record as bombarded with complaints at their cleaned out. Another complaint and supervise a countywide drainage and long-time engineer J.M. Edwards ,;
the wettest year since 1968, the first 30 last meetings and E.W. Hodges about a stopped-up ditch was heard 'system arguing that a drainage plan would 0
5!>"*- weeks of 1978 have brought an chairman of the county board, said he from Lawrence Griffis of Griff Not since the 1968 deluge of 10 never be successful in the county f
average of 49.7 inches of rain to received. 102 phone calls during the Loop.Complalnts'were. inches of rain In four days has there unless started at the junction of the
Lffk-Z Bradford County-almost 90 per cent first two days of August concerning also registered at been such a torrent of drainage Santa Fe and New Rivers and .
of complaints.rho situation then was proceeded eastward to the watershed. ; .
an average year's total precipita- flooded roads and other drainage
the of the
problems. August. 2 budget meeting much more serious, however, with 54 "Otherwise,. you'll just be taking ;
tion.Normal Commission Including one from Mr. homes evacuated In Starke and water from one area and dumping It !'
rainfall during the remaining County Road Department superintendent and Mrs. Douglas Fertig of Bethel overall damage in the county running on another," Edward said. 4'i ;
20 weeks could bring 78's total to Church road who said that five six
or
Leon Ellington said yesterday close to $250,000.Pressure But with a return of sunny skies, the < t/S
well over 60 Inches. the complaints had leveled off and acres of their pasture Is under water was greater then on city overall plan was forgotten ;and
The heavy rains of the past five due to rain and drainage.
both he and Hodges expressed poor and county boards to do something nothing comprehensive ever ,
weeks (over 15 inches average) have appreciation to residents of low-lying Their main complaint was a charge about overall drainage In the county. started.
brought problems in one department areas for their patience and under- that the county started a drainage Representatives of the Corps of Engineers Since January 1, Including the first!
ea (drainage) and the partial solution of standing during the emergency."I ditch in the area, ran it to the Fertig and the State Road Department five days of August, Camp Blanding
problems in another area low lake believe they know we're doing property, and then stopped,. making were called In to make preliminary has measured 4254 Inches of rain,
levels). the best we can In a bad situation their land a reservoir. The ditch was studies, and all local agencies were while Bradford County 'had an
Ellington said. He emphasized that stopped because neighbors would not called on the carpet for not being average of 49.7 at Its three fire towers r
Thursday,Aufl. 16 Brooklyn Lake, whose gains and his department had only 10 men give the necessary right-of-way,. the ,better prepared to cope with such an through August 7. With almost five
losses are more dramatic than other counting himself, to put on actual Fertigs said. differed, with months to go In 1978, the county has
lakes in the Keystone area, showed a road repair resents received 90 of
Including their new said he wouldn't be some wanting the work done already over percent
Hampton Council heartening increase of 2.9 feet assignment of Fertig the 52 Inches expected in a "normal"year.
maintaining thecounty's and the money spent mostly In the
Budget Session (almost 35 inches) from Its February complaining if it was a natural drai-
secondary roads, 1
Starke "where the water
area was,
,
but the trouble
7120 p.m. reading of 99.1 feet above mean sea nage problem "just
level to Its present 102 feet. It Is still "I believe the county Is better started when that ditch was stopped .
TwsdayAug.15Hampton 15.43 feet below its historic maximum drained than ever before," Ellington without being finished Republicans Reject Democratic Kirk :, _
of 117.43 feet, registered In 1960. said, pointing out the rapidity with Upshot of the lengthy discussionwas : ,
Lake Geneva is up almost 11 inches which water gets away once it quits instruction from the comml- t '
Council from 99.8 last Novemberl to 100.5 feet raining. "I don't know any place In the ssloners to their. attorney Douglas Oops, we goofed and got caught : :
7,20 p.m. on July 31.'Klngsley Lake: shows'an county today where the people can'tget boars to prepare a resolution for the Bradford County Republican 'f f
Increase of over 15 inches. from 175.4 In and out of their property he approval. placing a referendum chairman Richard Welty. "
Starke Council. above mean sea level In December, ,said. Although about 100 feet of the on the November general elec- "I object strongly to listing au
7 p.m.. 1977 to 176.7 on August 5. Crosby Lake Sampson trestle road Is still under tion ballot authorizing the levy of an loral! candidate Claude Kirk as in
; was reported to be at Its highest level water, cars can still BO through additional mill of ad valorem tax to Republican" Welty told the .
since the.16-Inch deluge In,the fall of.. without getting stuck, Ellington said finance needed drainage work. One graph after reading the front sae'F
T .. 1968. Appearing at Monday's County mill at present valuations brings In story detailing candidates in the
iJ But although lake dwellers were Commission meeting were Michael approximately $150,000.Commtuloner 3 Issue. i
((2Hr" (Hommunitu happy with the Increase in water Gilhooley and Mrs. Gene Underhill, Dave Shuford noted Kirk, Florida's first
State Sank levels, some Bradford County presenting a petition signed by, a that, In event the new tax is governor in modem times, }
:. farmers and ranchers were not. dozen home owners off Highway 16 authorized, the county could set up a parties for this race; Kirk' "I

a.n,...aw.. a.wN tie County. and City Commissioners" were West asking that a ditch In their area special I.,board. to plan, set .priorities?. announced pUns to run, this year as 1 ,".iI'''' 1._,'
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TELEGRAPH August... IflTS ,

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t Keena Gregory Hilliard Faulkner, f 9thzIcla4e 64ide lY Jlt W I


i To Wed Aug. 15 I
Jito
WLoly Soci.ly t? \
Mr and Mr*. Manuel Milliard of _
Palatka announce the engagementand .
approaching marriage of their Dolores Jeffrey and: -Eddy Norman,

1'.a daughter Keena Marie, to Gregory .1
Faulkner son of Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Faulkner of Starke. Repeat Vows July 29 at Meth. Church

The wedding will take place f fN
Tuesday evening, Aug. 15, at 8 p.m. at sheer sleeves
the Heilbronn baptist Church. r>lore Michelle Jeffrey, daughterof of scalloped lace. long and seed pearl
All friends and relative are Invitedto Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jeffrey of with lace appliques skirt
and full floor length sweeping
attend. and Franklin Normanof
Raiford. Eddy .
and chapel
Slarke, son of Mr. and Mr*. E.D. with ruffled decorated edge with tiny seed

Mrs. Leslie Carlton Norman of Keystone Heights, were pearls Her lace secured cap her knee length veil
united In marriage Saturday.July 29.
matching lace, Shecarried
with

Recent Bride y i 4!, at Church 8 p.m.: In In Starke.the First United Methodist edged a pink and white silk nosegayof

ReV. Jack G. Hand, pastor of the rose and carnations.
Honoree held In the
Shower 416 yI A reception was
First Presbyterian Church performedthe
Fellowship Hall. Mr. Leila
't Methodist
.
.
i Keena IIIHUrd Mrs. Leslie Carlton, the former I 1" tI' Highlighting nuptials. the altar, were two Smoak greeted the guests al the door
recent bride, was k' and presented them to the receivingline
Cribbs a
Joan standing basket of pink carnationsand
,
Tuesday slal.tttttsal. of the bride and groom
honored at a bridal shower ; gladiolus white pompoms andbaby' composed
Betty O'Berry night Aug. I. at the Pine Level breath'' against a background and their mothers.
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Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. .... ... )\W111'I' > of. arch and tree candelabras and Mrs. Maria Forbes kept the bride'sbook
> j. "
l.Trawick held
Jack Hostesses were Mrs. Jimmy \ ..'41 at a table which also a
Mrs. Mark Moody. Mrs. :;; greenery. miniature bride' bouquet and an
Thornton. ... "
Married July 1 James Davis Mrs.Owen Alvarez,Jr., A ,.. "., eternity candle.
Mrs. Don Tllley. Mrs. Bishop Myrick, ., r. Presenting a program of nuptial At focal points In the Hall were
Jack L (Buddy) Trawkk. Jr.. of Mrs. AB. Whitehead. Mrs. Craig music were and Michael Mrs. Charlotte T. Fitzpatrick Green arrangements of pink and white silk
lake City, son of Mrs. Jack L. Padgett. Mrs. Lynn Broom. Mrs. organist floral arrangements.
Trawick and the late Mr. Trawick of James Henderson and Mrs. Wesley .i soloist. best The bride's table wail covered witha
served
York
Kingsley Lake and Betty O'Berry. Griffin. .. '::1 \ James Douglas as while lace cloth over pink liner and
Robert L. color motif was man. Groomsmen were Tracy with five tier I wedding cake
of Mr and Mrs. A yellow and blue \>0\0 centered a
daughter united In decorations.The t "i ..t Edward Grlffls. Douglas Michael with champagne fountain in the
Wilson of Dade City were carried out In the party brother of the bride, Kenny pink
marriage July I at the Trilby Baptist refreshment table was covered Jeffrey center and topped with u china bride
and Stephen
Church at Trilby, Fla. with a yellow cloth and centered withan Jude Roclique Terry and groom that adorned the wedding

The couple Is residing in Lake City. arrangement of mixed summer ... .. Saucer.Miss Nancy Louise McNeal servedas cakes of the bride's parents Jerkinscut and
grandparents. Mrs. Shirley
flowers. and refresh- A' maid of honor. She wore a rose, cake. -.
with prizes: the
THOMPSON: HKl'MON: ments Games were enjoyed by the 35 guests floor length taffeta gown with white sash !Mrs. Sandy Axtcll presided al the f:.

\l'.l'H! 1:1: during the party hours 7:30: to 9 p.m. >)J\ '. and garden lace straw V yoke.hat with She matching wore a rose punch table that served pink presided fruit
and Mrs. Linda Johns
A reunion of the Shud and Lou '1' taffeta band and silk flowers and punch .
that served champagne.At
be held rif at the table
will
Stokes Thompson family Blue Grass Methodist Youth carried a varigated pink and rose silk another table refreshments of
at
Sunday. August 13 .J. : cascade.
nosegay sandwiches, hors ,d'oeurycs
finger
Music Park in Lawtey. i'" Bridal attendants were Miss Sharon
There will be u basket lunch at I PlanRockuThonFirst 1 Lee Hobbs, Mr. Donna Gayle and The mints gift table were was nerved.centered with a

p.m.All friends and relatives are invitedto United Methodist Sunday Jeffrey Miss Donna sister-in-law Marie Jerkins of the and bride Miss real tree decorated wedding with trip rice to central bugs.
Following a
attend. School classes 7,8,9 and 10 will hold a l +M Lori Ann Norman,sister of the groom. Florida including Orlando. Tampa

.J all 1 I II 111 T I 1 r ... fund raising Rock-a-Thon Saturday, They wore light pink taffeta floor and Daytona the couple Is residing in
and Aug. 12. from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Mr and Mrs. Eddy Norman length gowns with sash at the waist Starke.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson Fellowship Hall. and lace yoke. They wore white both
bride and are
last week in The groom
were vacationing hats with light pink hat
family 24-hour "Rock" garden straw of Bradford High School.
and Norm Proceeds from the graduates !
Georgia Tennessee will go to the church building fund. New Square Dance Class to StartA band and silk flowers and carried Mrs. Norman is employed m unit
Carolina. Rockers are asking for pledges by nosegays of light pink silk carnations .clerk at Bradford County: 'I Hospital und
basis. dance class' for Sandra Reddish! at 431-1203 or at roses and daisies. Is cjl as correctional -
Norman emplo
on an hourly new square Mr. > :
sponsor beginners will be organized Leila's Dress Shop, 904-5051/ from 9 The bride given In marriage by her officer at 1..II"te'orredlonlll.
September 7 at 7:30 p.m. at an Open a.m. to 5-30 p.m. father wore a white nylon over Institution In Lawtey
House set In the new National Guard Any couple thinking they may be taffeta !gown with Victorian neckline
DUPLICATE BRIDGE Armory on Edwards Road In back of interested In square dancing Is Invitedto
RESULTSMrs. Bradford Square Shopping Center. the open house. Refreshments will .
CLUB Attend
the Straw Strawberry Swingers
Cecelia Classes will begin Sept. II at 7:30: be served. Members of II,
Lex Green and Mrs. will host the open
Swingers
civil berry
MacKAY Terwillegar tied for first place with defense p.m. In building the Bradford at the fairgrounds County on house.Guest will have a chance to go Knothead Dance Sat., Aug.5Ten ;
Mrs. Dolly Kunig and Ed Wainwright US-301 north. Caller for the fourth through a few basic steps of square
at Duplicate Bridge last Tuesday square dance class sponsored by the dancing that everybody knows and members of the Strawberry attend the Knothead Kon vent ion on
night. Tteing for and second Mrs.place Ida Shaw were local square dance club, the listen to caller Gil Crosby explain Swingers, local square dance club Labor l Day weekend in Turn pa. !
Mrs. Marie Dent Eva Strawberry Swingers will be club what is Involved In square dancing. traveled to Tallahassee Saturday Earning their Knotheud budges "
and Mrs.
and Mrs. Rhea Johnson caller Gil Crosby of Fairbanks.For night and earned their Knothead were Hon and Janine Sellerlv\ \\ lit .i,
Mattewson. information, phone Drew and badges by attending a club dance. Padgett( und Hose Padgett. Drew and
Ada Reddish at 964-7910 or Jim and NORMAN REUNIONSUNDAYAUG.13 To win a Knothead badge participants Ada Reddish. Norman: und Emma: .
must travel at least too miles Jean Redding.( Morris: and Sharon
Relatives a nd friends of the late S.J. from their home town and have a leasta Williams und Charles and Kuth
will have ) and return the .Johns..eompan'.ing the group wax I ,
Carter Norman square ((8 people
and their Emma 12th annual reunion Sunday. Home night. This qualifies them to Ann firei'iie, and Mill.itclu'r..
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I Lawtoy Masons .. Lawtey Political Rally, Set ForSept. 1 PEOPLE YOU KNOW p. .

'1 H:A, Lawton returned Tuesday Mr and Mrs.R.P. McLendon pwnt
I To Host District) ,1 ': Will HavG"5peakers.' EatsAn after ten day in North Florida Tuesday' to Monday with their son am
Regional Hospital where he underwent family. Mr and Mrs Jim McLendor
r FestlvaIAug.12 Old-Fashioned Political Rally Lawtey Friday Sept. I, by Bradford surgery. Visiting him were nil al Blowing lick N.C. and also .'
County Democratic Committee and family, MIlS Elizabeth Lawson and Icndwtlhe With annual charity hauls
Bodies of complete with speakers good foodhomemade Miss Kitty Yale of Lake Wales Mr. show .
The York Rite Masonic desserts will be held in the Lawtey Volunteer Firs
will host the 8th District Department.All and Mrs. Charles Lawson of Tallahawtea -
Lawtey
festival August 12: with all the Royal. cltlzenllire urged to turn out for and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live Mr and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin
Arch Degrees this important function to learn firsthand Oak returned Tuesday of taut week from a
t Starting at 8:30 a m. lunch will be the campaign issues and ten da>'visit with his parent, Mr.and
{ere served ;bJy..J+ promises by politician, both local Mr.and Mr*. Ed. E North of Starke Mrs Italph Baldwin In Jackson
r The same schedule for August 19 and atatewide. celebrated their SOth wedding Minn. They brought back their tonDuavne .
with the Orders of Commandery of Mary Ellen Wager received her The Lawley Fire Department will anniversary July 19. The couple were who has own visiting his
be serving barbecued chicken dinner married 50 years ago In the old Bradford grandparents for six weeks
Knight Tempters degree' in Social Work at FSU in June.
court hove Mr. North
with cole (slaw baked beans, bread County
Bobby Genereux and Tammy Rosen
of Westfield Mass. are spending and tea for 12 each. Baked good anncoffee celebrated his 83rd birthday Aug. !Mrs JSnlkir and daughter.
l40naL several weeks with their grandparents will be sold by the Ladles 9. Cindy of Fort Lauderdale are
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ptlr Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green. Auxiliary All proceeds will go to the upending Tuesday to Sunday w ith her
IMMg building fund for the fire department. W.W. Hood.. Jr. of Wilmington. parents. Mr. and Mrs J II. Moncrlef
I t I Mrs.J.H.Fields was In Baldwin last Mr. and Mr. Gilbert Goldwlr of time schedule will be 5 lo 7 p.m. Dela and Richard Hood of Erie. Pa. Cindy returned lo the University of
to visiting her Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Ray for dinner and the rally will begin at are here visiting their father W.W. North Carolina on Wednesday
Wednesday Sunday
$% sister Mrs. Robert Tanner. Goldwlre and sons of Toledo, Ohio 7:30: p.m. The dinner will be in the Hood In St, Vincent's Hospital who Is !Mr and Mm It.ttfe fmlcrill (IfIndlatJantic.
j ,m jf* swIt's returned Wednesday of last week Lawtey Fire Deportment and the in serious condition following open !\Ir. rnd( Mrs \\'llMcmlcftn
y Mr. and Mrs. William B. Hess of from three week a vacation In rally will be on the steps of the state heart surgery last Saturday and also of Jacksonville and Itnbbic
f Mobile, Ala. and Anthony J. Hess of Glouesler, Mass, Boston, Niagara warehouse). (the old strawberrywharf visiting their mother at Camp t'mlcrlll and rarl.i Turner of Gainesville .
e Yr Dallas Texas, are guests of Rev. and. Falls and Canada. The three Standing \ were wei-konil tfVMs of Mr andMrs.
Mrs. John Flynn. grandsons, Hal Greg and Ryan Gold- J II. r.loncrlt' \
fuIl -.
wire, returned with their grandparents -- --
Mrs. Lila Caldwell spent last week for a month's visit.
: with her sister,Mrs. Esma Yongue In
Fairfield Mrs.W.11. Thomson spent the past "I To The
message
d jtaFA two weeks in Monticello. Voters"w
Mr. and Mrs Robbie Shaller and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cissy visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell
\ and Mrs. Jody Johnson In Jack visited Mr. and Mrs. McConnell, Sr. t..
f'' sonville on Sunday and Mrs. Violet Dopson In Olustee on

:;.1 I Sunday.Mr. J. R. "JIM"
LAWSON
Mr. and Mrs. R.R, Chum were In
/ Tallahassee Saturday and Sunday and Mrs. Bob Williams and I
visiting their son-in-law and daughter. family of Jacksonville were Sunday
i Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson. visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stands For
.. '. :. \ ., ; ..... .* Mack. \\'111111111.ba' .* ... ..., ? '. M. :., ,
;.. '"'' .. ;. : ,M'r>. Ovtd'.Bennett-of .laWonvlile":! ; : i G'a* '
A Boy! spent the weekend with her mother, McQu'aia "of \Vaycross, .
Mrs. F.J. Shaw. visited his cousins Jay and Jana DEDICATEDDEPENDABILITY
Its A Boy proclaimed the sign on Godwin, over the weekend.Ms. I
the doer of Sear's Tuesday. Mrs. W.W. Winkler and daughter.
The unique announcement Adams Barbara Harvey of Atlanta
Denise, and Mrs. H H. were i.
heralded arrival of a son, II Ibn 4 01. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.R. spent aturday to Wednesday of last ;
born August 7 to Mr. and Mrs,Harold Turnipseed. Sr. In Atlanta Sunday to week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
(fish) Bishop HI. Tuesday of last week. Denise stayedfor J.W. Rltch
the remainder of the week.
Mrs. Elmer Crosby of Atlanta (the LETS
former Virginia Harris Starke) was i
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green spent
BIRTHS the weekend with their daughter Saturday evening visitor of Mr. and
Anita. In Florence, S.C. Mrs. Edwin Williams.[ 1 j
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III Mr.announce and Mrs.the Harold birth(of fish a )son Bishop born Mrs.3.B.:Bakken and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs David Montgomery,Lake Janet and Jim"i
Warren Ebling visited A2-c and Mrs. Alan spent Monday in City ,i
August 7 in Alachua General hospital visiting her mother.Mrs. H.L. Tolbert I
Mr. and Gary Bakken in Goldsboro, N.C over
Paternal grandparents are
and Mr and Mrs. Robert Byrd and
Mrs. H.A. Bishop Jr- of Starke. the weekend.Mr. BOARDS
Maternal grandparents are Mr and family of Greenville, Texas. BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL '
Williams of Rome Ga. and.Mrs. Fred Thomson and

.Mrs......R.T.............................. son.weekend Todd with of Mr.Tallahassee and Mrs.spent James the L. Miss Jean of Mundy Tallahassee and Dr.spent FrancesCannon the DISTRICT THREE ,I

Mr.and Mrs. Robert D. Fugatt announce Womack weekend with Mrs. W.B. Mundy at I
the birth of a son, Mlchall Kingsley Lake "Put Your Vote Where I It's Really Appreciated ...
Lemar born July 30 In University Mrs Charles Fink and children of
Jacksonville. He Joins Green Cove Springs visited her PA Pal' A" Pnd. Pnrfl 11m ow
Robe, Terry and Timmy. Grandparents mother,Mrs.Ella Moody,on Monday
r are Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Mata
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of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. David Scott of Decatur Ga. is Professional
Floyd Fugatt, Sr. of Lawtey. visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Carpet Charting
r, . ... . . . . Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., for Or
several weeks The Haynes had as Shampooing
Mr.. and Mrs. Lacy S. Griffis of Monday overnight guests, their Steam Cleaning People are seriaus
Lawtey announce the arrival of a son daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs Stripping & WaxingTile
Corby Lacy. Griffis,born July 20 in Ed Bobby Welch and children of
Frazier Memorial Hospital Savannah, Ga., .while enroute to Floors


: Frank Macclenny.Mrs.M Gertrude CrWcWj,Maternal'S"Cruce:.Paternal grandparentsare and the'ferandC late' Disney, IMF(add World.M'is.IAxti' I Woods and son Free 964-8596 Estimates Starke ? ffifr-1*'':;!!S ,, V'"fMRj '. : : r"

parents are Mr. and Mrs St. Clair'Griffis. '. of UveOa" yisltgd Mss'}\'.Innsq,W", ,oods,,.,!t I r : 11 + -.,'"va.
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allot Lawtey rPaternal great--'*: 01\ Sunday.l a r B I 'vv *,* /
grandfather Is Diamond Luke of ,} ; .

Green. . .Cove. .Springs.. . . Dwight Slates

Mr. and Mrs. Mikel Denton of Food & ScatOpen FLORIDA BANK S9TOO ;

Starke announce the birth of a son
Mikel Wade born Friday. Aug. 4. in US.301 S
Alachua General Hospital. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 1 A.M. 12 P.M. & Walnut St.

Walter McClarty of Memphis, Tenn. SUNBEAM"- Hare The Same Financial Heeds Each Is Different
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Willie MOTOR OIL PEPSI No Two People

Mae Denton of Starke. BREAD 19 And Our Savings Needs Are Our Own, So If A Bank Is Going To Serve

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C.L. Cooper visited his brother Joe MILK ". 61 S 9
1.. Cooper, In Lakeland General Hospital ,1TO Overcoat Case Or Mixed To Suit You.
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I : Grievance Decision Under Consideration By Clinic Committee;



After hearing nix hours of testimony Johns, Starke builder John Dlggs and guilty of conduct unbecoming a clinic The B-U Clinic Is funded in part by aid not engage in conduct unbecominga The press, witnesses and spectatorswere
; : Tucsduy night the personnel commlttw Attorney Richard Welty. Members of employee.The county state and federal money center employee and his effectiveness barred from the proceedingsas
,I'' of the Bradford.Union Guidance the board of directors of the clinic are clinic, represented by attorney Bradford County currently pays 72 to do the Job was not Impaired. patient witnesses were called and
., Clinic postponed any decision on a appointed by the county commissionof Stephen Rappenecker of Gainesville, percent, and Union County 28 percent Dr. Gary Tomblln testified the during Vey's testimony concerning;
termination grievance by Dr. Joe Vey both Bradford and Union counties. argued the question of following based on population. Last year the Starke clinic did not have ait active patients.The .
against lr William Lennon executive Other members of the board of proper procedure was now moot sincea clinic received $36,000 from Bradford gerontology program although' the committee shed jackets and
director of the clinic: directors are:Pastor of the First grievance hearing was being held. County and $12,000. from Union linle did receive money for that continued working until 12-30 a m..
The committee: did not set a date United Methodist Church Rev. George The committee decided unanimously County. purpose. Wednesday hearing all the testimony
t when it will announce a decision. Vey, Harper, Chairman, WPXE reporter not to consider the questions on proce. Budget requests this year for the Attempts to have letters of resignation before taking the grievance under
in his grievance letter asked for Andy Dennon, Lake Butler businessman dure. clinic are $48,240 from Bradford from Tomblin and Julieann advisement.
reinstatement to his position as staff Marcus Howard and Lake Butler Ruppenecker said as executive County and $14,000 from Union Nelson and two letters from Dr Tom Both sides declined comment when
psychologist and outpatient coordi mayor John Shaw director of the clinic Lennon' County The District III, 10 county Anderson entered Into the record asked if the use of profanity under
nator compensation for hack pay, Portions of the hearing were closed dismissal of Vey was within proper area is requesting $1,208 from were denied by the personnel commi discussion was an Isolated incident or
sick time, leave time and vacation by committee request to allow the guidelines and Lennon was exercising Bradford and$791 from Union County. of a repeated nature.
time since his dismissal June 10. testimony of patient witnesses and his authority over personnel. Both counties only ttee.Rappenecker argued the quality of Closing statements were given In
The <|ini l.judicial hearing was testimony and cross examination of request and not a detailed accounting the work atmosphere was "not on private saying. the use of patient
conducted In the Union County Vey Both sides presented a parade of of how the money will be spent trial" as laid out in the letters. names would hinder presentation.
courtroom hy personnel committee Vey represented by attorneys witnesses hitting on whether the use Attorneys Black and Landt called Both Tomblin, the alcholism: coordinator After the hearing Black commentedthe
chairman Robert Driggers. Union Reginald Black and Fred Landt, of of profanity Is an accepted counseling several witnesses who testified that, and Nelson, a counselor profanity under discussion was" an
County clerk, Other personnel Ocala, contended his termination did technique. Rappenecker called Dr. in their opinion Vev Is competent and resigned following Vey's terminations; isolated incident. ,
I committee members are: Union not follow procedures outlined In the Jose Ulnas executive director of the
County Commission Chairman Sam clinic policy book and denies being North Central Florida Mental Health
Center, and Dr. Robert Striplin Both Commissioners Advised To Consult
r stated the use of profanity as a
counseling technique II "inappro

l UIJ( Q DOa4 4 GJJIY! priate.Dr. Limes" also labeled a statement- On Space' I
Chief Judge Carving Legal
made by Vey In February at a coordinators -
138 East Call St. Starke, 964-5890 meeting about the lack of an
active gerontology program at the'
Starke's Own Bakery Starke center "naive and Irrespon I loping to avoid further dilemmas he was convinced after research the court and county courts for judicialand
sible." about the allocation of 'courthouse county's position Is correct. He told court related purposes..
"Anything that threatens funding Is space Bradford county attorney the board Judge Theron Yawn has not The county replied "I ne board has
I COCONUT serious" said LJinas. Under cross Dudley Hardy Monday, Aug./ 7, yet replied to the request filed by the the sole responsibility for allocating:
examination Ulnas said although the suggested the board of commissioners county July 28 asking Yawn to lift the the available office space in the
89CDOZ clinic had to "sweat It out" it did not adopt a resolution to consult with the temporary restraining order or hold a courthouse and other county buildingsto
MACAROONS lose any funding for the over 55 chief judge before carving up second fact-finding hearing. the public officials authorized by
program because of Vey' obser- floor space in the future. law to maintain their offices 'In such .', .
i vation. ..- ,. *. r Hardy reported to the commission'! . ".. *t IhefrJYiIyTO(nesting, the! Cbuntq"eotamiaeion .... endings----; .*'>'.# .yvr"The ''1.....' .:
: .' agreed -to .allow. State p *obviobs'lueation'involvea I Iri: :
Attorney Eugene WhitwortlTs staff to the present dispute Is whether or not
use the grand jury room and let the Board of County Commissionershas
Public Defender Alan Parlapiano'sassistants
the discretionary authority to-
: take over a lounge hearingroom how
decide certain space shall be
and former office.
judge's allocated and used In the courthouse.The .
By law (chapter 27.34 Florida law in regard to this question Is
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Statutes) the commission is .
county
I quite clear. So long as the commission
house the
to state
required attorneyand
does
not take action
any Illegal or
public defender In the courthouse abuse their administrative discretionthen
or pay for office space and all the county commission may
services elsewhere.
ancillary decide how courthouse space shall be_
allocated and 'used,' the replycontinued.
FABRIC SHOPS Yawn, chief judge of the 8th .
Judicial Circuit. Immediately issued
Hardy asked the hearing not be set
the temporary restraining order,
until after August 14 to allow
county
the. in Is .
stating question
space judge Elzie Sanders to attend.
required for the use of the circuit ::
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V Commission Asks Recommendations' .
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To Strengthen Contractor Licensing

Bradford County commissioners occupational license. Collected: by the .
fabrics to + Monday, Aug. 7, discussed putting tax collector are $50 for a general
thrifty li teeth in a county ordinance regulating contractor's license; S2S for a buildingcontractor's ,
contractors within the county. license and $10 for a
Zoning director L. M Gaines residential contractor's license. Last
suggested it would be "foolish" to year the county collected $460 and so
repeal the ordinance and suggested it far this year collected $570.(
and needed amending to offer some Gaines said as It stands an
SEW '
control over contractors and occupational license cannot be
protection for homeowners. County revoked while an ordinance licensing
attorney Hardy and Gaines were contractors would allow a
asked to study the matter and make contractor'; license to be revoked for

recommendations, 'cause. M
s1 .1,1 "I arrHn faVttitt:JceepMg'tA*''sorry
a I. vvi N ,,,,ru, ulr+ll.e Mit r c TrtednttytaAs4eh $1JE ones out." said Commissioner George' .
di3 allot sole esdm M.Anaror it .Roberts. He added the board of county "
'" county clerk Gib Brown from satisfied commissioners Is not set up to handle
"DOU customers and purchase anT1OM contractor's licenses although it sits'
as the Bradford County Construction
Industry Licensing Board


Disaster Plans Mad, "

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Regular 62 1 'p Yd.Asst. CAlL agencies concerned with
$VO) 'cn disaster operations met'
1o: iu jj18sj'e Tuesday night in the Bradford County
PRESORT v Volunteer Fire Department to start
III M !* 1 uOTEL9OJdTHLBEA formulating plans for' better

IIIIIIUrIflIFIIIlIi"ii! communications and evacuation in'
; time of emergency, such as derail-
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..ummaandJ&fd.count.AuguaZO gases, hurricanes, floods, or other
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Deeember31. Harry Green, chief of the county
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Just ACAPULCO, appeared to be in good shape but that
1 To 5 Yd. BCACHCOMEH MAYAN INN
Improvement needed to be made on,
Pieces Calico { LANDERBEACH100GE'TREASUR2 ISLAND INN, an efficient system of evacuation
SHERATON INN DAYTONA SHORESflonaiigOQf Including shelters for refugees.
"C."'0"-""'/dr,......,....ormror,",".ion, 0./1,110 Another meeting will be held at the '
r 8H f4fO Or,Iwt... .tour Invtt atnt volunteer department at 7:30: p.m. on
Colors all let ton .a.N.6f a f 0 lot tilt .
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I Civil War, General. and German Barton Figured in Founding of Earleton ]


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If you're old enough to draw Social developed German
by a baron but It .
Security, you're old enough to never fulfilled their dreams of becoming .
EarletoG remember the days fII the MM"*when the garden spot of North rTTJr. i
Beads was the "swinging Florida.;
place" 10 goons Friday or Saturday .
night The old pavilion ,
Lake was a ...., and on fathers Santa Fe After the Civil War, General Ellas J
those .tra( i laced days would give, in Earle, of the South Carolina Palmetto yI' ,
25tiaH stern lectures they Guards visited North Florida .
lOt after midnight from purchased! MO acre on Lake Santa '
dance
a
EarletoG Beach at Fe, and decided to settle down and 4_ p rT :
build a home, even though very little
.But there la more to Earleton's "dressed" lumber was available In
history. than limply a place to go to those Reconstruction: ,days.
dance the"bunny bu,"or whatever It
was that young people were dancing ..
In those Being a rather resourceful man.
post-World War I day;. General Earle assembled his own

sown dU cut the boards and built Us
Believe It or not
the little house. 11'be settlement bearing his
'
settlement near Waldo, on the west
name grew around the
up plantation
shore of Lake
Santa
Fe was founded
where he
by a Confederate general and further crops,and planted grew oranges the five oaks and, some other
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The ferreted borne built by "the Baron" In the early day of Earleton and
eee.plellllllUI the late IBM's by granddaughter. Pauline Collini. operator of 1:1:

here Belvedere behind nursery banks of The tall house azaleas,destroyed, some of by them fire iclons several of years varieties ago, b pictured Mammoth live oaks planted In pa t-Civil War period line "mala street" of .. ... \t
Imported
Only The Wealthy? v the. Be,.." from Europe.of by right Earleton Beach, with town's post office and general store housed .In building at '.,

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which...still standing more than a, of bankruptcy. Finally the citrus I. a

Is Florida approaching the How can any man of moderate "hundred years later.In Industry moved to safer ground,

.'f-:.. point where only ,an means,with limited backing from the years after the war Baron farther south. :,

Independently wealthy man can wealthy individuals or "big von Luttichau.Chancellor to the King Earleton was crippled for SO years
become Governor? business to of Bavaria, was the the dead
hope compete with amoung wealthy as trees in the great groves
figures like these? Americana and Europeans flocking to' rotted and decayed fine 'homes "
The facts and fashionable resort on the St. Johns i burned or were torn down for the
figures strongly River. In his usual ;' lumber
after
hospitable ( the owners deserted
indicate that such is the case. The With several weeks left to go manner General Earle Invited the them and the canals filled up with f ,
soaring cost of television time in the present campaign big'game hunter for a round of duck growth and sediment
and other major factors of Republican candidate Jack shooting on Santa Fe. But ducks''
campaign are making it Eckerd.hu already spent arounda weren't the only game that the baron Earleton today hasn't grown much,
expense was interested in. Six weeks later, he .i I and the old two-story Victorian-style
impossible for a man of moderate million and a half dollars in- married the general's daughter and ':. houses are mostly gone Including the i
means, unable to attract large cluding over $70,000 of his own from then on made his home In a one built by the Baron and occupied : -7-
donations from well-heeled money. Robert Graham another Florida orange grove instead of the by his granddaughter Mrs. Collins,
individuals and business millionnalre has spent $885,809, Castle Baronstein. until her death in the late 1900's.

interests to stay in the race for white receiving over a million in I
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An orange soda drink was at the Business today is confined to one __
Governor. contributions and his own funds. peak of it* popularity In the 1880'.. general store, the post office, and a
Williams, himself a millionaire just as Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola are couple of fishing camps, but the If
This deplorable situation'' has has spent over $600,000 so far, today. The demand for this thirst- charm of the lush landscape Is still
not received any help from ,the and says he has run a "frugal quencher brought a rise in prices of there, with giant oaks forming an i
citrus, and attracted investments of arch the
over
one paved road through
courts which recently struck campaign, by present standards.It foreign capital.British Interests the. town.
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down Florida laws placing a cap Bahamas built canal linking Big and I f
on personal 'spending and the Is a poor form of democracy Little Santa Fe Lakes with Lake Alto, Youthful Bobby Shank the store
keeper, came to Earleton In the 1950'swith
total amount that can be spent bya that gives every eligible citizen and on to connect with a railroad spur his and
parents remembers
candidate the hope if he wishes of becoming at the thriving young town of Waldo. A :
in a gubernatorial steamboat plied between Melrose and seeing in the woods behind the
campaign. governor'' or even ,Waldo, and 20,000 crates of oranges present post office, traces of the old
president some day, then were transported over this water and slave quarters once used in conned JI I
Raleigh Greene, the St. takes,this opportunity away by rail route annually. v tion with the big plantations in the One of the oldest homes still standing at Earleton li now being restored by Its '
making it so costly to elected area. present owners the Waforda. It Is shaded by what la reportedly the largest
get
and
Petersburg savings loan
The late Mrs. Pauline Collins..( magnolia tree In Florida, seen partially at left.
executive, was forced to that only the very wealthy or the Baron Luttlchau'a granddaughter,) !There is a lot of history tied into

.withdraw from the governorshiprace very dishonest can obtain the continued to live at the old family site' the early"but days of Earleton," Bobby
says, most of it the old
early.this summer becauseof for many years, operating the pictures and records
were lost In
his inability to raise the goUnless Belvedere nursery which was famous the fires that destroyed the Thomas LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.
necessary funds to compete with the courts will change for Its fine azaleas of a variety first house the Collins house and most of .. f
to this
brought country by the baron.
',ytifltgpn4I1'pblg} -.p nders., i their ruling and, allow.a cap ,on She remembered, as a little girl, the other histories), homes" ,.

__uaiovO., 1'moi"l'Min' 'j.> 'd '. 'notin ,.i0 personal.spending, as.well as the watching, the, barges heavy with __ Altholg1! Earleton has been LOCAL GOVERNMENT aja J.tJJllt.; ':# I,
'""i--v Irtl",1\"M"' )11')"'Iff, :.> If Mwfoff' ';; ( 11 knwwaMhat.

the lake' Pif T6pyrtel'atad'd.' .."r"; 1iht4l4 j "' ''')j-'BOWIITO'EDER''L.' \ .II{
Another
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gubernatorial a gubernatorial campaign the also remembered the hunts, the gaysocial Postmistress ,,. Mary Ann Shank ........ raIwrrWhy I ;
,candidate the independently only other alternative will be the life, the huge groves and large predicts it will take spurt In growth spent at one time over KMX Is to be t \
wealthy Jim Williams, former public financing of campaigns. plantations but all that is gone now. with the" development of 72 homes!tea have good men been removed brought before the people to vote on., i 1'.
lieutenant governor, also in the new Santa Fe Pass subdivision from office by a concerned citizenry How was this Important piece of |,
But The "Big Freeze" of 1895 droppedthe where paved streets and other In Hampton? Many believe this legislation in the charter nullified f.
the massive whatever the solution
,
deplores amount of -
temperature below freezing fort y.< Improvements are under way by a happened due to a controversy over Through the Home Rule Act which the
personal funds now being poured it is long past due, and becomesmore many hours in the Earleton area and Miami development company. She the water system, but In actuality It State of Florida has adopted. This is a
into the campaign "This placesan imperative with every wiped out the orange crop. The Panicof predicts the post office will soon be was because of the vast sum of In- problem that should be settled strictly'
unwarranted burden on other passing campaign. If the present 1893 had already burst the bubble of needing additional boxes, and debtedness which the' people of by the Bradford County Health
candidates who don't have the standards of electing a Inflated land prices, and many ., Earleton may see more activity thanit Hampton were to be saddled with Department and the city of Hampton.
governor, growers were bordering on the verge has since the Big Freeze of 1895. This situation came about only because -. We are paying for two governments.
personal resources, Williams or a president on the basis of of a concentration of ad- Where our counties and cities once
said. "Unless we address this how much money he spends were ministrative power In a central had supreme authority in such
problem soon, only the independently in effect a century ago, Abraham government in Washington whose matters they now are subservient to
wealthy will be able Lincoln would never have made it authority has reached across state federal agencies. Yes. my friends
'and county lines to dictate the terms what America needs today Is less
the ,
for to White House.
to run governor. County Agents By of affairs to local governments. In this government, more Individual
case, it was done through the responsibility and with the help of
notebook Bobby' 'rr::. : Regulation.Department of Environmental God we will have a better nation.

It's A DiseaseThe Taylor Paul 1 I. Menu
II The city charter of Hampton speci Star Rt. Box 96
fically states that any money to be Hampton. Fla.


Seems like grasses in our pasturesand These worms are usually more
promoters of casino "It' a 'c disease" the woman lawns have made excellent slender than armyworms and they 'Dial-A Teen Rated SuccessThe II
gambling for Florida are gleefully said. "The more lose the growth In the last two weeks. In most ,; move In a looping manner humping
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announcing that they already you cases lawns and pastures have recovered their bodies. Their color varies from
more you want to win;; the more from last year when we had a cream to blue-gray to brown black or
have enough petition signaturesto you lose, the more you want to bad Insect, d'sease and drought orange Large black and white spots Dlal-A-Teen summer youth "We are very pleased" Mrs.
,place the issue on the play." And play she did, until 6 problem. appear when the body of the larvae Is employment program coming to the McAlpine said of the program that
{November general election aan., when casino workers told fully extended. end of its first summer In Bradford matches high school students with
'ballot. Using the title, "Let's her dawn had Frequent and heavy rains are ,County and the first-time program got summer jobs "For It being the first
Help Florida," they are come and state delaying hay production. Some Control of these worms Is the sameas good reviews from ita coordinator summer we have had the program In ?
laws mandated that the casino producers are gambling with the treatment of the local
armyworms. Again, Cathy McAlpine Florida Bradford County it was fantastic..
;J promising, the casinos will help close until 10 a.m. weather and are losing some hay should be started early when the State Employment Service office.FORESTRY .
1 provide more money for schools before it ran be properly cured and worms are small and before a lot of Dial-A-Teen will end for the summer
,and law enforcement." Even if "Her fingers were black: from baled. damage is done. on August 15 and Mrs. McAlpine said

'this. were true, and it is very handling the coins and her hand Even though there Is a lot of grass in Mole crlcketian also cause extensive 40 Bradford students will have been
doubtful that it is,would it Justify were sore from pulling the most pastures we need to protect our damage to pastures. They placed In full or part-time work )', ,.
thousands of cases of individual handle. Her feeUoo were aching- grass from Insects This Is the season make burrows or tiny tunnels In the IN during their school vacation: when the "
'suffering such as the one after standing in front of the slot when outbreaks of armyworms, grass soil. This burrowing loosens the soil BAaWRI$ COUNTY program comes to an end. I '
:described below in machine for ten hours. She took caterpillars and loopers and mole and the crickets disturb and cut the
a news story crickets are most damaging. grass rootsand.cause grass to thin or She estimated 10-li students were "
from Atlantic City: her shoes off to relieve the pain. die out completely. 1 By matched with full-time jobs. One I ...
Tm going to have to sit down Armyworms are the Immature recent BUS graduate Is now working
"She was there until closing but not before I win,' she said." stages of grayish-brown moths that Infestation usually starts in small Hank Cochran full-time in Gainesville a* a secretary "
1/ can usually be seen flying late in the Isolated areas. Frequent inspection of another is working at Terwille- i
//time Saturday, her feet andhands afternoon In pasture and lawn areas. the pasture should be made and spot gar Motors and a handful of students '
'.' aching, trying to recover Yes, it's a free country and it The females lay their eggs on the treatments started before infestation were matched with fulltime summer '
:the $700 the one-armed bandits was Jeanine West's quarters that lower leaves of grasses and the larvae becomes widespread. This practicenot "Round'em up, move'em out" Is an positions on Bradford County chicken
ihad.taken from her during the she was putting into the machine. begin to feed as soon as they hatch. only saves Insecticides but also old saying with cattle ranchers. But farms. ;
She may not have needed them They are called armyworms because prevents extensive injury to the today, It'. difficult to get tree cattle to
,bight. elsewhere.But in another they often move In large numbers grass go anywhere, except under the shadeof "We got good feedback from the e
4 *. case, it from one area to another in search of an old oak tree. employers. They thought It was a
j: !|'As blackjack dealersstraightened might have been quarters neededto food. They tend to select grasses that The only materials cleared for use Walt minute I've heard of good idea and we will definitely have
,' their decks and feed and clothe some hungryand are well fertilized and maintained.For on pasture for mole crickets are angus, white face, and brahma. But the program again next summer,"
croupiers put the dice' neglected youngsters, Dylox, Toxaphene, or malathion tree cattle. ? Who are you trying to Mrs. McAlpine said.
away successful
( control: and to baits. Fresh baits should be applied kid?
instead of
: Jeanine West continued to pump feeding a slot machine prevent extensive damage treatment late In the afternoon when there Is Well folks,'there are tree tattle, andif
quarters into a slot machine in that is coldly calculated to take must be.made when the worms are evidence of mole cricket: activity near you look closely In your yard, you Two Rally Dates
:the now deserted casino.. 'away more than it returns. small. the surface of the soil. Baits should be may spot a herd of them.
applied at the of Tree cattle,are Insects often found
6" There are several materials that per acre. rate 20 to 30 pounds during the summer on hardwoods Changed by Demo s
can be applied to grasses that should
trunks the oaks.
especially
Due to conflicts with
other events,
control Carbaryl
\', armyworm can't be classified forest
They : as
(Sevin) can be applied to the Democratic changes have been'made In Democratic
? ADro"0 pasture Rally but homeowners become
,
APAfl4'p ." Cot/ : without removal of livestock. Use pests quite Rally dates for two locations.
r between l'/b to,2 pounds of an 80 : upset when they observe shiny mass The Brooker rally, first in the
percent wettable powder in enough Set for Aug. 19 of tree.silken' webbing encompassing the aeries Is still set for Friday, Aug. la
liCiliiWait4 water for sufficient of one Theressa rally has been changed
coverage
s Underneath it all, are the adult tree
of from Friday Aug. 25, to Saturday
acre pasture. ,
At Keystone Hts. cattle and their tiny young, scurryingabout Aug.28, to coincide with a community
Materials like Lannate. looking for food. supper to be held that night. ,
1/0f1 BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M MILLER methoxycholor parathion and methylparathion The Clay County Democratic lichens Au what,fungi a diet and they plant have.matter.Delicious Don't The Lawtey rally remains as originally
can also be used by a Executive Committee is sponsoring apolitical alarmed will not Injure a scheduled, Friday. Sept 1.
Publishers they
get
farmer with Starke rally has been
private pesticide applicators rally at the Lions Club In changed: to
Published each ThUl'SCIeylIftd entered as second: Class. Matter permit. There is a waiting keystone Heights on Saturday, Aug. tree.Chemical control aren't Saturday, Sept 9, to avoid a conflict

..,. ". ", ......" atttiPort.Oflfca. at Start. FJ* under,Ael, ,.9tMargrx3,..IflTfl,.. ? ,. 0\\, "tlorrof period of theae-materials 7 to 15 days.between and grazing applica-'or' '"..',,IV Candidates, starting at will<:-30 start p.m.speaking at 7 recommended/,measures/ .,->.... ,.-, ". -. 'Macclenny.with the opening' "football. ,,'T.dame; I In... .. .

..1" .," ,Subscription. rate m trade are '7 per-y *n I.* Nx month& ., cutting hay. ". with p.m.Beatrice Refreshments Cooper.'Judy will be CUnningham served to So brag the next abouthls time recent your! neighbor purchase starts of M state All And rallies district will candidates start at 8:30.to, ,with
speak
I Outside trade area:: 18 Per year.. 4" Six Months. William In head of cattle, tell him you recently first being alloted five
Even and. Cosgrove charge minutes each
though they don't come.., in ,
acquired a hundred head, and more
of Local' candidates will lat
sera Phone-604-6309i, Start Florlde such: large 'numbers/ other arrangements.The speak amt
grass free!
public importantly they were will be given ten minutes
caterpillars'' can also be damaging. is invited to attend. envh.
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: State Chamber President States Stand Lawtey



I'', On Contitutional Revision Provisions Bans 3O1Peddling



The Florida Chamber of Commerce hold Interests on government owned equal before the law..."
r recently endorsed the proposed land,the tax abatement for downtown The Florida Chamber board
1 Constitution Revision number seven redevelopment, the prohibition of endorsed Revision number three Without comment Lawtey council
on finance and taxation that will be on retroactive taxation or capital gains calling for changes In the legislative member on second reading Monday,
the ballot this fall. for corporate profits, and further reapportionment system mandating Au .banned the tale of flood on therightofway
"The constitutional attitude restriction on issuance of state bonds single member districts; Revision of US-301 within the city
reflected In Revision Number Seven Is make the revision especially number five which provides for an
in the best interests of the business necessary for Florida." appointive Public Service Com limits. problem of peddlers has
community and the people of Turning to other ballot items, the mission; Revision number six The the council over a period of
Florida." stated Louis E. Fischer, state chamber opposes Revision proposing merit detection and retention plagued months because of traffic
several
state Chamber president In a news number 4 concerning the revamping of Judges and Revision number i and complaints inferior
release of the State Cabinet system. eight dealing with education. congestion sold under the guise locally
"AII sections In the proposal are not "The present cabinet system under Revision number eight provides a produce
necessarily acceptable to everyone" which the State of Florida has enjoyed more effective forum for public grown The council previously wanted to
Fischer continued, "but the portions a long history of progress, has served Involvement in education and a to Bradford
t dealing with tax exemptions for lease the people well and should be re professional structure for businesslike .. strawberries limit peddling only, but were advise
There does not to be
tained. appear management. A constitutional
any substantial advantage gained by Board of Regents will ensure that the .city would attorney have Richard to either Welty ban the all
abolishing the system." Fischer laid state university system Is In step with or allow peddlers to sell
FLORIDA public schools and community peddling any
Also opposed by the state chamberIs type produce.The .
Revision number two relating to the colleges, stated chamber Fischer. Starke fireman Dennis Rheden atop truck, quickly put out a small blaze on third reading of the ordinance?
THEATRE addition of the word "sex" to the The state board did not the front roof of Mickey's.Call Street clothing store. was waived and the new law will be
Revision
Call ft.WalnutStarke declaration of rights section of the take action on number one City policeman Alan Baxter spotted the small fir*blazing atop thefre.tofthe effective Sept. 8,
964-6451 Constitution. The state chamber feels which proposes the more than 50 different clothing store while en routine patrol. The fire was nnedln the early stages In other business city clerk Lucille
-r------------- the additional constitutional languageIs alterations to constitution, averting an otherwise certain serious fire In the of Call Street. Shuford advised the council Lawtey
Fit Thru Tues. unnecessary as the Issue Is clearly "A thorough that board analysis la being The fire started from aa electrical shortage In an old store sign laying on top will be receiving $8,859 in Federal
prepared so members
can of the rent roof. Firemen estimated damage at$750. rather than $3.800.
covered In the opening sentence of study the issue further before taking a Revenue! Sharing
that section: "All natural persons are position." said Fischer expected. The council quickly ear
.I. l marked as required by government .
law, the funds allocating $1,000

Brooker Mayor Gets a Salary ; Water Bid FinalizedSeptember safety for recreation; and$5,058; for$2,800 general for government public


In other action, the council:
I In a busy meeting before a packed voted Itself a $25 monthly slaary and 11. -Town Marshall Tommy Approved purchase of a
Town Hall audience Tuesday, AugustS Tuesday night they passed unanimously mother business at Tuesday night's Raulerson also requested two scanner and CB for the police car.
!I, Brooker's Town Council ran a motion to give Mayor meeting: purchases 'at the meeting and both Police Chief MM. Jordan told the
through a long list of business Blake Hamilton the same salary with -Volunteer Fire Department Chief were approved. The council council patrolman Danny Parmenter'
Including awarding the town mayor councilman Steve Nipper apologizing Gene Raulerson presented a list of unanimously approved a motion by has not contacted him about the
salary and finalizing plans to ad- to Hamilton for "forgetting him last Items he recommended for purchasewith C.J. Stalnaker to move enough monies length of time Parmenter would be off
vertise for bids on the Town's month." the $2.500 the county gave for from the $1,300 Fire Department work. Parmenter was Injured when a I
upcoming water project. Engineer Jerome Kelly told the Fire Department use. After a motion budget into the Law Enforcement battery blew up on the old police car,
Last month Brooker's council had council the plans and specifications died for lack of a second a second budget as to allow Raulerson to -Named councilman Wayne
for the overhauling of the town's motion to purchase the entire list of purchase the $550 patrol car siren he Massey as the new chairman for the
4 WD SUBARU PICKUP 78 water system had been approved by Items was approved for purchase by a has repeatedly requested and two new street signs committee replacing
Brand New Immediate delivery the Department of Environmental 4.1 vote with Council Chairman A.B. sets uniforms which Raulerson said former councilman John Robertson.
301 DRIVE IN Pickups A Station Wagons From Regulation and the council moved to Adams dissenting. The Items to be would cost about $200. Up to this point Massey was asked to get prices from
301 South $4688 P.O E. advertise for bids on the work. The purchased include batteries hoses Raulerson has supplied his own the Bradford County Sign Shop which)
Westslda Volkawagen/Subaru- council decided not to accept bids and tires for the town's fire-fighting uniform and operated with a siren he recently began operations.
--Starke-------964-7484------ 1150 Lane Ave. S. until the next meeting date and open vehicles and medical equipment' for has called"outdated. insufficient, and County commission candidate Steve
Jacksonville,Florida Ph 781.5511 sealed bids at that date. emergency use. unsafe."
the Cardin and State House District 25
w
r it. -In a separate action the Fire -Councilman Gene Melvin challenger Tom Rivers attended the
J Department requested the town put to the council that he had meeting. A political rally is scheduledfor
Lee In"NORSEMEN" reed
Majors up matching funds to split the cost of construction companies and Friday Sept. 1, in Lawtey, The
S asscV.Fe..usen four beeper radios and a "Fast- found that it wouldn't be possible for Lawtey Volunteer Fire Departmentwill
Track" rapid response emergency the Town to have its tennis court be selling bar-b-cue chicken'
SUDlDlerStalllpede fire-fighting truck. resurfaced as planned for the amountof dinners from 5.7 at the firehouseand
The council approved the purchaseof money left in the recreation budget. the rally f.m. .
e PLUS. the radios which are used to call The council decided to let Recreation
Sale volunteer fire-fighters to an Chairman Steve Nipper use the $700,
emergency by allocating $300 of the county money (which must be used by Rotary Speaker
town's recreation department moneyto September 31 end of the fiscal year or
IiiII1 ... the purchase of the four beepers be forfeited) in good judgement to
H..r ;{I M, (j !and taking the other $100 from the fire help the Rec Department. Nipper Explains Child
,, department fund. The Federal Title 4 indicated he would check into
,
t1 program will match the town's$400 in reworking the tennis court lighting
t.1 the purchase. Again Adams was the system. Care ActA
Sun. Mon. Tues lone dissenter. -Mayor Hamilton told the council
BUSH HOG TYPE The "Fast-Track" vehicle would that limerock purchased for road new program to force deserting
have cost the town and Title 4 $2,500- repair had arrived and "We need to parents to support their dependent
MOWERS FOR ALL TRACTORS
3,000 and the council opted to do get to doing something about the children was described at the Starke
4 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER $375. without the vehicle. roads." It was decided to contact the Rotary Club last week by Herbert R.
5 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER $390 Bradford County Commission to Hildreth, district chairman of the
4 FT PULL TYPE MOWERS $525. request assistance in filling roadholesin Uniform Child Care Act.

4 FT MOWER FOR CUB TRACTORS $425. CB Coffee BreakLabeleiiASueccisti Brooker and councilman Nipper Under the act, the court establishes
told the'council that "We'll need to
sr 6 FT 3-PT MOWERS STUMP JUMPER $630. who the parent: of>the child is''and .
budget'* lot'of towards road
.... ,7 FT 3-PTMOWERS STUMP JUMPER. -- > Vr $843 .. tf'1 .art;,/! for next money_r>lU Muui a "Null."i makes him (or her) responsible fee atuo>
r *.., 3 FT 3-PT DrQEAR BOX MOWER NlW*.""r+Fr$5T5':! I 1"1' I1') .'r #t/i '",b,,''! moil nP, repair Marshall Raulerson y handed In the least partial 'Iupptircr This'applies'r''
6 FT 3-PT REAR only to children on welfare! and when
BLADE
$145 first of the 1978-79 budget requests
The "Coffee Break" held by the
and if the parent becomes able to.
CRANE BOOMS $39. Club Aug. 4, 5 and 6, for the benefit of 'which prompted Town accountant Pat assume the entire support, the
Farnsworth to tell the council "Timeis
Rev John A Strickland and Clifton welfare check is discontinued and the
CLOSED SATURDAYS Prevatt was a tremendous success, growing short on the budget you parent's check is sent directly to his
Don't make deal r better have all budget
a netting $345 which will be equally your requestsin dependents. Payments are made
w.'". got olh.r bargain machines In lock' until you see us.- divided "at the next meeting September through the office of clerk of the
11. The budget for the 1978-79 fiscal
at price you'll land hard to believe. Com The Gatorland C.B. Club expressedIts circuit court. At present, Bradford
see, com SAVE! thanks and appreciation to the year will. go into effect .in October of County has around 70 active cases
Truck Load OH Sal' lor UM In Ford MF Flexible financing many, many people who stopped by 1978. and this figure is expected to doubleby
I Deere-Intemal't-other.I with payment planto with their contributions, prayers and the end of the year. Hildreth said.
words of kindness for these two To Tell
suit Story
you. people The speaker estimated the cost of
'Wewish to express our thanks also administering the program at about
COME ON OVER to the Bradford County Telegraph and Inmate Confessesto 52 cents on the dollar. The county
.r' Radio Station WPXE for- receives 15 cents on the dollar for its
PLUS. SUPERIOR TRACTOR COMPANY announcements about it In the carrying papers role in disbursement of funds.

.. I 5353 Wt B.."., Street and on the radio," said president FSP MurderIn Hildreth said the aim of the
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OF DEATH" Jacksonville. Florida Thomas E. Lewis program Is to benefit taxpayers by
"JAWS M (904) 781-9011 "We would also like to express our an effort to get his side of the getting dependents off welfare

HOURS 8 A.M-5 P.M. appreciation to the many people who story heard'a' Florida State Prison rolls
baked and contributed cakes, cookies Inmate serving a life sentence for
and soft drinks for the Coffee Break murder confessed to a second murder
and especially to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie which occurred August 4 at FSP BIRTHS-
Nugent for all their help In this cause according to Wiley Clark state I
and also to Mr. Larry Courson owner attorney's office investigator. .
of the Whispering Pines Motel who so Kenneth M. Francis 23. confessedto Sgt.: and Mrs Fulton Michael
PA kindly gave the Club the use of the the murder of John G. Hall, 25, witha (Butch) Trotter of Starke announce'* '
Motel grounds for.the Break. added home-made knife,. after the two the birth of a daughter. Michel Annvf!
Lewis inmates had an argument over some born Aug.2 at Navy Regional Medical,\
May God bless each and everyone stolen canteen coupons. According to Center Jacksonville. They are alsot
who helped because without your Clark Francis said that he confessed parents of a son, Jesse Whltakery!
: help, our efforts would have been in to the murder because he wanted to Davis, age 4.
vain. Our prayers are for the return of tell his side of the story this time, Mrs. Trotter Is the former Phyllis
good health and happiness for Rev. which he claims he didn't get a chanceto Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs J P.;
Strickland and Mr. Prevail. the first time around. Stone of Pickens, S.C. Paternalgrandparents
Francis currently in the fifth year are Mr. and Mrs John;
of a mandatory 25-year life sentence. Prue Trotter of Pickens. S.C.
r Paternal great.grandmother Is Mrl.iDenna
Hall was serving a three-year;
sentence for burglary. Price of Easley. S.C. Material::
e r Francis claims that Hall robbed great-grandparents are Mrs. A.P/'
him of $10 worth of canteen coupons Stone and Mr. and Mrs J.D. Hayes
and an argument followed. Sr., all of Pickens, S.C.

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Methodist Youth ,-,.

Activities ."' =".,..-..,....,..""" 214 Were Enrolled in Vacation Bibl .f :""F' j

All"1',,",,,' ,

The lenIor youth group attended a .. Church
School At First
retreat last week In the Great Smoky Baptist
.
Mountain National Park
The theme for the week wa "To t, First Baptist Church finished a Hancock, Mrs. PaUL Modosltt and
Touch The Face 01 God" and each successful Vacation Bible School .last Mrs. Maxine Williams. Mrs. Lane
youth reached out and touched the Jf f j1 week with an attendance of 189 on Tenly, director for the 7-year-olds,
face of God amidst Hia beauWuI Friday. was assisted by Mrs. Kay waters
SherlEvans. ,
cratloea In the Smoky Mountalnl. This annual event Is one of the Mrs. Wanda Jackson and
The 15 youth and four counselors.' major scheduled activities of the year .
rived In Cherokee,N.C.,Monday, July for children and youth. Travis The six-year group workers were I
31,aDd let up eamp. During tINt week Kimbrll. Minister of education Mrs. Alice Walker Mrs. Sandra I
they visited Clln'maa' Dome, Twin reports tint this year's Bible Schooiwas Duncan, Mrs. Cindy ;rlurlluh and Ron

Chimneys, Gatllnburg. Tenn., one of the most successful ever Walker.
The five activities administered
Smokemont National Park, Cherokee held at the church. 'year were
Indian Reservation and rode on the There were 214 persons enrolled, by Mrs. Dot Bryant, Benjl I
Blue Ridge Parkway. with an average attendance of 180 Bryant and Charlotte Gelger.
Mrs. Leola Roberts and Mrs. Leila
The participating In dally activities. .
group consisting of the
following, returned to Starke In the First Baptist Church's. Vacation' Bible School was a U .' 4. students and teachers gather on Planned teaching activities for children Mundy directed the 4- ear-old group I
ugh with the assistance of Mike Akridge
each
4-11 were provided
chnrch FrMaj ages
hand
early morning hours of fe the morning.Obituaries
Saturday
success for Involved during.the-week ef Jays 11
everyone and the InvolvedIn Sheri Carter.
morning youth were I
Augusts: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Polk aJ;:
The and 3-year-olds were ?
study each evening. nursery I
Rev.
and Mm. Don Denton as .... . .. ... kept by Mrs. Shirley Boone, Mrs.
counselors, Randal Jason and Scott .... ......... t
Polk, Tammy, Todd and Trade Mrs.AllceMarole Altaian. husband was the late Edward O. Youth workers for the week were Janet Carter, Becky Cooper. Ronnie I
Denton Jay Eaves, Pat Mundorf Georgia Mrs. Turner had lived In Rhuman who died here in 1870. She Mrs. Bert Colston E.D. (Sonny) Kelly. Kim Lawson and Diana
Mrs. Alice Mamie Altman 67 a was of the Methodist Tenly, Jr. and Ben Bryant. Crawford.
Doug Reddish, Lori Lawson, West Palm Beach for about 15 years faith.
Greg resident of Miami since 1948 but V.B.S. it Is affectionately I
Thornton Bill and moved to Gainesville 10 years Older children group was led by as referred
Sander
Chuck formerly a resident of Starke., died to has the goal of condensing a I
Williams, Jeff Lawson and ago. She was a member of the First Mrs. Valarle Coburn, Mrs. Viola
unto. Stephen August 1.Survivors. United Methodist Church of West Graveside! ( funeral services! were Bryant and Michelle Sapp. large segment of related Bible stories '
Include her husband, Palm Beach. held Monday afternoon Aug. 7, In the Middle children group were led by and activities into a meaningful
Jessie six sons: James Altman Survivors Include one daughter Mrs. Keystone Heights Cemetery with Rev. Mrs. Patsy Lawson, Mrs. Josie experience for each age group. For ;
by Don Denton Hartwell Ga. Charles Altman certain the week of July 31 to August 4
; Gay Livingston! of Keystone Heknts Thomas P. Poeton officiating. DeWitt Kimbrll and Karen Kimbrll.
Youth Director Cordele. Oa.Ray; Altman Ft. mason, Marion N. Lovern of Parrish, C. Jones Funeral Home of Starke was The eight-year-olds were directedby was a BIG week for many boys and I
it. irtai44.... Lauderdale; Johnny, Ronald and Van Alabama; one sister, Mr*. John In charge of arrangements Mrs. Grace, Buckley, Mrs. Janice qirls In Starke
Maurice Altman all of Miami; three
of Jacksonville, and six
Durant
:SERVICEMEN : daughters: Lily Yopp and Lois grandchildren.Graveside _-,- "",,,,,,,,_,,_ I I
: Altman both of Miami, and Marie funeral services were '

." ..:fi"/1 'll.1\.1t.: ," *, ': .'M.and'Palmer,five, Hollywood-:.great-grandehtldren; 27 grandchildren;. .a... held' Wednesday ,afternoon,Aug. 0, In,'
-'Uor'dOll'i-Chapel Cemetery in Hull 'CARDIN
PauTFutch brother) VoUy.Starling, and a sister, Georgia.* with Rev. Norman' Pierce'
Alma Starling both W SfarkeServices .
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1
Signs with Navy officiating. :
were held Tuesday. Aug. 8, In I
Paul E. 'Futch, son of Mr. and Mrs. at Expressway Baptist Church in Home was charge arrangements

Mack Futch Brownlee Road, Starke, Miami. Interment, Flagler.
.
Job B Grew
has qualified;! for and been accepted In
the U.S. Navy. EDGARWDOUGLASS I have a reputation as a honest hard-working a'
John B. Grew (1, of 433 S. TempleAve.
Seaman Recruit Futch wW
approximately seven' weeks spend Basic Edgar W. Douglass, 59, of Lake ., Starke died Monday Aug. 7. at businessman and will reflect this in my handlingof
Training in Orlando and then 14 18 Butler died Friday. August 4 at his his home following an apparent heart .
weeks additional training in San home after an extended Illness. attack. local government. I plan to cut down on ,
Cal. Born in Hamilton County, Mr. Born in Falmouth, Mass. Sept. 10, ,
Diego Before, leaving for active duty, Douglass moved to Lake Butler in 1808, Mr.Grew moved to Starke from wasteful spending so that increases of 57% on our .
1951 where he has remained, and was Jacksonville in 1938. He was a veteran t
Seaman Recruit Futch will have the employed with the Reception Medical of WW I and II, serving In both the taxes .
:opportunity to get a head start In the and : will be a thing of the past. % :
Center, Department of Corrections In Army Navy.
Navy by helping his recruiter to enlistthree Lake Butler. Retired from the Jacksonville Yf r ,

other Seaman persona. He will Paul then Survivors Include'' his wife, Mrs. Naval AIr Station, Mr. Grew was a I believe,that the people of Bradford County :l
become a Apprentice.
Lucille McClure Douglass; seven member of VFW Post 1689, a memberof
was Miller recruited, who Is by at Petty Bradford Officer Square Ronald on daughters: Mrs. Mary Hersey and American Legion Post 56, and want a man in office that Is for The People and not
Mrs. Deborah Holltngswortn both of member of the First United Methodist ,
Monday and Thursday afternoons. Theressa; -Mrs. Charlotte Hersey of Church. for himself and I believe that I'm that man.STEVE. i a
Warren Training LaCrosse, Mr. Lois Hersey of Survivors Include his wife Audrey
West Point Cadets Worthington Springs, Mrs. Barbara Lamb Grew; one daughter, Mrs. Pat : Id
Arnold of Lake Butler Mrs. Donna G. Hunter of Starke; two sisters,Miss
Pfc. Danny J. Warren of Starke, and Sorenson of Monticello, and Mrs. Jean Mary Alice Grew of Buzzard Bay i
other members of a task force from Raulenon of Clermont; six sons: Mass and Mrs. Edith M. Nelmant of : ,l (
Fort Campbell, Ky., recently arrivedat Bobby, Robert Eddie and Larry Joe Dorchester, Mass; and one .
West Point, N.Y., to assist In train- all of Lake Butler; Sonny of Theressa, granddaughter. ELECT: i
ing cadets .at the U.S. Military and Roger Douglass. of Worthington Funeral aervicea will be held today, ARDIN 'i
Academy. Springs; one brother, Dick Douglass. Aug. 10, at 11 a.m. In the DeWitt C.
Warren, a Vulcan missile mechanic of Lake City one sister Mrs. Rita Jones Funeral Home Chapel with I
with the 3rd Air Defense Artillery at Douglass of Bartow, and 24 ,grand Rev. Don Denton officiating. BuriU COUNTY COMMISSIONER i
Fort Campbell, entered the Army in children. will be at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
October 1977. Funeral services were held Sunday Pallbearers will be members of the
His parents, Mr.and Mrs. Jackson S. August 6, at 3 p.m. In the chapel of American Legion Post DISTRICT 4 I
Warren, live on Route 3 in Starke. Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler. utri
Burial was In Mt. Zion Cemetery Mrs.Clara Elisabeth
!Q' :: 'f.:>.::::: :::::: m:),::::: :::'.'; under the direction of the Archer Rhnman
{ ===' Funeral Home.
Cord O' Thanks Mrs. Clara Elizabeth Rhuman of
j Lake Geneva died Saturday evening,
Mrs Sarah.Turner MMrs.
.'f( Mt.
Aug. 5, In the Community

I would like to thank each and everyone .Sarah I. Turner 96, formerly of Convalescent Center In Gainesville
'for their kind expressions of West Palm| Beach,,",died, Sunday following a long illness.
aympethyduringatherecent: low oft morningdAug, 4.., In Gainesville Born In Montrose, Pennsylvania, ri, t
,,OUJ'.JCNlediolWloq*h. v-utl: 10.1 i New .
The Family'sf Wallace rat!'Solano 1-'rn I Born March 11, 1882: In Commerce, ago. ,




'' ith the Minak ryegrass I figure I got half

again as much grazing, maybe twice as much,

as I would have with the regular ryegrass:

Scott Dee Jr., Covington Georgia r1r1-

r i- ,.a w "Last year, dry weather \$

killed all my pastures. So I Number 1 Air Conditioning Maker
1'1'q' q went up to the FMX and told

them I was looking for some- Room ConditionersCarrier
thing to winter my cattle on.

They recommended the : room air conditioners, first In
Mlnak ryegrass.
"We planted seven acres quality are more affordable than you

and put 70 cows on It.That'stoo think. Come In today and see for yourself.
many cows, but we didn't
have any other grass for them
at the time.They ate it down '

raw, In about three weeks;then we a uir

started feeding hay and used 'Ei
; the field for some weeks as a

r o- lounging field."Finally .
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'. we planted. It came out taller,
. but when the cattle started
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, by Elisabeth Walker from Ebenezer to New Bethel.Please
Phone M4-08B3 dinners from the kitchen.At 6-30: p.m. contact Brother Horace tirlffln, phone GrandOpening i
Junior Choir rehearses and Ushers 964-7193. If you are In need of
, SHOWER: A bride and groom
shower was given In honor of Vivian Board No. 2 will meet. The I Can transportation i
f\!\ Carol DeSUe and Ronnie Lee Fountain Circle will sell dinners from the Family night will begin at 8 p.m. Of iI I
Hour will have Friday after a short Open
kitchen. The Story program
i.u (fiance) August 4 by Selma Demps, cookies and homemade Ice cream for (House will be held to display the art
lit Cynthia Tyson, and Sandra DeSue at of the all Campaign Headquarters [
r the home of Emelinn DeSue. Betweenthe sale Sunday School 9:30: ..m. work children. The help of i
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The members and friend U needed for
hours of B-10 35 persons were I
Deaconesses will meet at & p.m. The success. "
present. Women Home Mission will meet at 41 Free Canaan True Church of God ,, For !
In Christ: Monday 7:30 Prayer I
NAACP MEETING The monthly p m p.m. MIVJ1.11&Candidate I
Saturday the Sunday School Dept. Band Meeting. Each Wednesday 7:30: TOM
of the Bradford
meeting County
and bake sale. Tarrying Service Sunday School
bazaar p.m.
will sponsor a !
Branch NAACP will be held August 14
All members are asked to cooperatewith 10 am, Morning Service 11 a.m. 'yAiuv
ate at New Bethel Baptist i
p.m. Evening Service 7:30
: ir i
these activities.The p.m. + For
Church. All members and Interested tr
Church of God In Christ: Ml. Zion A.M.E. Church: Choir r
citizens are invited to be present. rehearsal held each ,>
Tuesday 7 Bible Band. Sunday Tuesday at 7 30 '
p.m.
The annual banquet will be held STATE REPRESENTATIVE I
Sunday School 10
Lovefeast
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship IIa p.m. a.m.
26, at the Starke
Saturday August .YPWW Evangelist Lonnle Service 11 a.m, Communion Service 4pm.
Golf and Country Club at 8 p.m. The m 6pm. Tom Rivers J
Lynch from California will conduct a District 25
cooperation of all members and
Greater Allen
Chapel A.M.E.
13-
Revival meeting beginning August
I Is needed for Ticketscan
friends success.
18. Everyone Is Invited to attend. Church: The Young Adult Choir

Donation be purchased$10. for any member. Sunday Mt. Plsgah School 10 A.M.E.a.m. Church Morning second rehearses and Wednesday fourth Sunday before at 7 p the m. '1 132 W. CaIlS't. In Starke I

Worship 11 a.m. with Bethel A.M.E. The Senior Choir rehearses Saturday
CHURCH NEWS: Church. Pastor and congregation In before the first and third Sunday at 7
Pleasant Grove I'nlted Methodic charge of services p.m. Missionary meeting Wednesday
Church: Every first and second hbenrzpr Baptist Church: Bible after the third Sunday 'in each month. Friday 119a.m.To9p.m.
Monday the Young Adult Choir re Study will terminate until after August I
hearses at 7 p.m. Each Tuesday the Vacation Bible School ends Thursday
Young Junior Choir rehearses Each night Prayer Meeting 6:30: p.mAn Hampton Budget '
Wednesday 7 p.m Prayer !Meeting Association Missionary board .
Friday 8 p.m. a Community Musical meeting will be held at First Baptist Meet Set TonightThe I
program will be presented. Sunday Church in Gainesville,August 19, at 10a I

School 10 a.m. Services will be concluded m. All members are asked to . .. .. .
for the day. attend. All Home Missions and ... Hampton town council<< will meet .. . "
Ml. MorUh United Methodist Deaconesses are asked to meet tonight (Thursday Aug. 10) at 7:30.:
Church: Choir rehearsal and Bible August 14 at 4 p.m. Sister Luree p.m. for a budget and finance work- Banjo PickinJ & Other Entertainment i
I Study, Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. Sunday Jackson, chairman session.
School 9:30: ( a.m. New Bethel Baptist Church!

First Born Church of the Living Prayer Meeting and Bible Study The regular meeting of the councilwas See You There !
God: The Jacksonville District "Joy Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.Saturday at 7 postponed from the second ....
Night" will be held at the VB.C.. of p.m. Choir No. 1 will rehearse. All Tuesday in the month and will meet .
Starke on August 12 at Coen. members are asked to be present. next Tuesday, Aug 19, at 7:30: p.m. Paid for By Tom Rlv.r. Cimpilgn Committee llhl..ft I I Wright Tr...ur r ::
Presiding Elder Herbert Friday 8 p.m. a business meeting according to city clerk Mary Lee i
presiding Elder: of the JacksonvilleF will be held All members are asked to Allen.
.BC.,will be the speaker. Come one. be present. Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
come all and let's enjoy.the Lord. Morning Worship 11 am. Evening
Tuesday,?'45 p.m., Prayer Service. Worship fI p.m.
Friday 7:43 p.m. Tarrying Services. New Bethel Baptist Church: at the '
Sunday School 10::.to a.m. !Morning corner of Keller and Florida Street ; *
Worship 11-30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. and Ebenezer Baptist Church are -. ar
Evening Worship 7'41 p.m having a combined Vacation Bible FOOD % siStj'jg --.
Greater Bethlehem trrcwlll School August 14-18 beginning at 5
Baptist Church: Tiny Tots rehearse pm until 7:30: p.m. There will be
Monday at 6':30. Tuesday Prayer classes for Pre-Schaoiers,4-5 year-old
Meeting 7:10.:: Wednesday the All Male children and young, middle and old FAIR
Cliorus rehearses. Story Hour and youth and adults. All are Invited to
Senior Choir rehearsal will be held attend and learn more about the itmm II
tonight (Thursday, AUK 10)) at fl p.m. Bible. Transportation willbe provided '
Friday the Deaconesses will sell CflOICE '
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 LAWTEYfcEHsabeth Mina Celeste. Melton returned horn Home's home; At Middleburg on
p.m.. Training Union a p.m., Prayer Friday after vacationing with her Sunday.Mr. .
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School 10 Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: pm. j Terry elite.', Mrs. Robin Stafford of Jacksonville and Mrs. LonnleTttUm visited'
a.m., Worship Services II a.m. and 6 NORTH S DE BAPTIST: Sunday Phone 782-3300 for a week. their son-in-law and daughter.. Mr
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Mrs. Kathryn Hilliard of Jacksonville and Mrs.Charlie Mosley of Highlandon
p.m.. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. am. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Guests of Miss Elizabeth Terry were and Mrs. visited her son-in-law and Sunday afternoon.
E.L. and their
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. her nephew and niece, Mr. ana Mrs. brother-in-law Kelly daughter Mr.and Mrs.John Tye,Jr.
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services. SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST and sister, Mr. and RALLY
11 : Terry Futch and sons 1 hrfs and Mrs. and children l and their mother Mrs. POLITICAL
A.P.
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union Sunday School 10 a.m.. Worship Hallman of Keystone
8 Bruce of Jacksonville Beach on their John Tye, Sr., on Saturday.
p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS&:4$ way home from Clearwater Tuesday Heights Friends, on Saturday afternoon Timmy Wilson returned home with The Lawtey Fire! Department and
of Elder A.E.
p.m. p.m.. Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat night Her sister Mrs. Joyce Futch. Massey his parents. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Democratic Committee Is sponsoring
; The,.church had a five Bible 7 regret to loom that he was a patient In for Friday. September
f night p.m. was her Wednesday dinner guest:;* Bradford Wilson,from a vacation spent with his e politics rally
School this past week from 7 to 9 p.m. PERSONALS Mr. Rembert Carradine returned County Hospital Tuesday uncle and aunt, Major and Mrs. I.LVFD.
night to
Average Attendance each night was home from St. Vincent Hospital on Friday morning. We are Russell Lines of Sumter, S.C. will be selling chicken dinners
happy (hut Is home
he and
> 95. They had IM persons one night. Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Thursday. We are happy to learn that feeling fine. again Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and her which Include one quarter barbecued
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Program Ga., spent Tuesday to Friday In his health Is much better. Mrs. Bettie Wolfe and daughter, Mrs. Daisy Born, attendedthe chicken cole slaw, baked beans
on WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday Bible School Starke. She was a Tuesday evening Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her of son. Danny Norman-Padgett Reunion at bread and tea for $2 each with
Cape Coral the weekend with
10a.m., Worship Services II a.m. and and spent Church on Sunday, August children's plates available.The ladles
dinner Highland
guest of her son and daughter- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. her mother, Mrs. Hester Hicks, and
8:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting on in-law Mr. and Mrs. Benton butch Mrs. Waldo Prlngle of Worthlngtoq her brothrr and 6. auxiliary will be selling baked goods
in law
Wednesday at *:-30 p.m. Other guests were their brother Springs, on Saturday. They Mrs. Glen Shuford- and sister family.Mrs Mr.. and Mrs. Lucille T. Ivry and granddaughter and coffee. Dinners will be served
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Rolph celebrated his birthday with'Ice Anne Andrews of Wildwoodand Cynthia, spent a week with from 3 to 7 p.m. at the firehouse( and
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 Fachtmann and daughter Carla, of cream and cake. her daughter Mrs.Wyolcne Day. and the rally will follow on the steps of the
daughter Miss Debbie Andrews
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Training Union Japan, and their daughter! Miss Eve We are very proud of Emery of Leeshur; Mrs. Tom of, her son, Keith of Jacksonville. Mrs. state warehouse (the old strawberry
6:30: p.m.? Prayer Meeting on Futch, and Chuck Jones of Eunice's Bachelor of Arts Degree Starke, and daughter, Mrs.Casey kathy Day brought them home on Sunday. wharf
Wednesday at 7:30: in Elsie Norman and her
p.m. Mrs.
Gainesville.Rev. from Tennessee Temple College Hobbs of( Gainesville and Mrs. Danny Donations of baked goods will be
GRACE UNITED METHODIST: and Mrs. M.E. Myer of Chattanooga, Term. Emery is one of Thompson of Jacksonville visited grandsons, Jim. Kenneth and Kevin, gratefully accepted by the ladles
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship Melrose, were Sunday dinner guests our Lawtey Boys and we are proud of their mother, Mrs. Fred Moore on and Miss Maryanne Lyons of Starke. auxiliary, since they anticipate
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and < f Thursday and treated her to attended the Abe Starling Reunion at needing about 20-23 desserts. Also
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30: Lamar on July 30th. Rev. Myer was him.Mr.. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville birthday dinner. a Levi!Borree's home at Middleburg,on volunteers able to help serve dinners
p.m. on Sunday night. Choir Practice guest speaker at the Grace United visited their parents Mr* and Sunday.Mr. are needed budly. The fire department
Wednesday at 7:15: pm. Methodist Church on that date. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday. Another and Mrs. D.R. Brown and II made of volunteers
BIBLE SCHOOL, will be held at the Miss Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson returned business visitorsIn only up
I Mr.and Mrs Benton Futch, and Mr. guest was their granddaughter, Daniel were Sunday willing to serve their community.Won't .
church next week, August 14th and Mrs. Rolph Fachtmann and Chris Dobbs. home Friday after spending four Jacksonville.Mrs. volunteer?
through 18th, hours 9 to 11:30: a.m. daughter Carla visited their aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited weeks with their son-in-law and Edna Pounders and her two For further you Information please
Ages Kindergarten through Junior Miss Elizabeth Terry Monday afternoon their sisters Mrs. Paney Knight and daughter Major and Mrs. James F. daughters of Robertsdale. Ala., spent contact Judy Mlscally, 782-3600.
..- High. Everybody welcome. All Dougherty and family of England.Mrs. and with her ,
come. on their way to have Monday Mrs. Llnnle Harris in Maxville onTuesday.and Saturday Sunday niece Charlene Brown. Linda
i..... ? .,.. .United Methodist Women met.at.the. ,. evening dinner with,their brother and. their.daughterMrs..< Leonard Melton and chlldreq) ,..!>,..vMr.EJ.Norman..They..attended-,'"' : '..782.3366sor. _.' -"oJ,'j" -..1 -
'. ..church on Tuesday August 1st Mrs. ,, sister-in-law, Mr, and Mjrs. Terry ,Connie Mosley, also of Alaxvllle on, visited her .mother, Mrs. Louise the Abe Starling Reunion.at..LevJ 'Sparks.7ta3193.-. .. .. ..' t tI
Wllma wainwright presided. Mrs.* Futch and sons, of Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. Mt-sser of Orange Park, on Saturday: I 1
I' Frank Coss gave the Devotional. Beach. Nellie Parrish and her niece We are very proud to hear from I {
After the business was attended to, Friends of Bruce Massey Eddie Mrs. Juanita Parrish and her grand- David McCulley through his mother, BROOKER
2 g the meeting was adjourned. Norman and Michael Jordan, will be daughter. Little Amie Dixon of Max- Mrs. Ben McCulleY he was IB years
:X HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday Interested to learn that these boys ville visited her sister,;, Mrs. Hester old on Saturday, ugust 3, and Is ... ..- IN BRIEFBy I. ..... .1
V School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 rode out to Strickland Landing at Hicks on Saturday afternoon and getting along fine.
= a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Kingslcy Lake on their skateboards night Mrs. Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville
Ssj Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and went swimming for 4 hours and Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited spent; the weekend with her parents. Jeannette Prescottby '
> LAURA BAPTIST' Sunday School 10 then rode back to Lawtey. their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Jeanette Prescott Girls Attend
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Chaperones from Brooker Baptist
Church who took seven girls to
campat
FOOD Mrs. Doris Kelley accompanied by Salt from July 31- August 3
Springs:
her grandchildren, Jerome and
Dottie Sue
I are as follows: Mrs.
CXkV Kathy, her daughter Roxann along Cranford. Mrs. Debbie Bigham. and
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and and
with Carolyn
Bobby Dyal
Donna Kay Lee. Girls attending were
Dana all visited another
/ daughter Lisa Tucker Tootsle Tucker. Missy
i FAIR son.Mr. and Mrs. Lennox Kelley. and hart Brenda Willingham. Joy'
Kyle, In Ormond Beach
1'1Y baby son on Markham. Ann Truett. and Rhonda
Sunday July 30. Truett.
Mrs. Inez Green was accompanied
by daughter, Mrs. Linda Cox, and
children. Bradlee and Deena. for a Death:
few days in her cabin on Lake Wlnnot The community wishes to extend ,
for a well deserved resL They fished a sympathy to the family of Mrs. Alma .1
T FRESH GRADE lot and caught several fish. Mrs. Susan Surrency who died July 26 in W
d CHICKEN OF11MIT AGE Green caught a two pound bass of Jacksonville Funeral services were

'' ./ which she was very proud held Sunday afternoon. July :30. in
a I THE SEA Mrs. Lucy Edwards. Mrs. Green's
-. EGGS 110 Antioch Baptist Church. Burial was.In
FILLER 1 sister, visited with them on Antioch
CANS a Wednesday of last week. Cemetery.
I;:=': 63 It's been raining so much all the

1: CHUNK UOHT MIAT A 1 p PER69'1.6ea on holes the are old filling McDavid up. The fishing, hole now Some old the friends services of Brooker were Mr.who and attended r!!

CAN filed !Mrs. Zedra Hamilton.! and Mrs.
the and
belonging to mine
SKILLET BRAND& 1 200 COUNT fish are in some ditches. The ditch up In Guy Harrell. Coy Kdwards.: W.ll.
1 (Ned) Hicks Mrs. TheoD
I >al. and!Mr.
C SLICED BREAKFAST n M l front of Ernest and Lucy Edwards' and Mrs. Paul Prescott and
BACOiit. a i wao F011 roa Sao. ra.cco r+oruln house has fish In It. Johnny
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August i..157> TELEGRAPH Page II


$1,200 Raised For Sr. -
I Boys ; I' III


Waters 2nd in Benefit Tournev

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The Macclenny Merchant stormed
out of the loser's bracket to take first
place In the Lawtey Unlimited Senior Boys
sponsored Sr. Boys Benefit Tourna-
ment Park.held this past weekend at Westside

Water's Bulldozing finished second
In the tournament1which, along witha S1R Wise. Bound
,", dinner and tr
carwash,raised over 1.200 for the Sr.
Boys, who left for the nationals In
Sheboygan Wisconsin, Tuesday at
midnight. The major money maker 8 {, Midnight Tuesday. August 8, was the team will have a chance spend a
over the weekend was the chicken the time; Bradford Square was the half-day Chattanooga,touring Rock
dinner also sponsored by Lawtey place,and the Starke Sr. Boys took off City and Lookout Mountain. The bus
Unlimited, which brought In about % In a chartered Greyhound Bus bound will then head for Sheboygan. and the
of the total. for Sheboygan\ ,Wise and the National tournament will begin tomorrow
\ Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament.A Aug. 11.The .
The Sr. Boys were the second ......''I".d '. large crowd of parents and fans tS.OOO needed for the trip was
l highest Starke finisher In the :", < raised various and Coach
eight- law the Boys, who qualified for the by means
team tourney, coming back from an "''I'd' r... .r ,", "" Nationals by winning the state title In Jerry McGriff expressed his
opening game H>)> loss! to Water's "'. to all those who
to grab fourth place. Coach Jerry ,elf",, 2 .;es on their way, The atmosphere was their time and money In support of the
McGriff said after the tournamentthat .. O jubilant as the team flashed numberone team. Special thanks went to Lawtey
his team played well considering signs and began to get psyched up Unlimited, who sponsored the
they had lust come off a two-week Most team LWCI's Melvin Shannon Is called out al the .The throw from New River left fielder was a strike and for the long trip. tournament chicken dinner and car
layoff, and should be In top form for plate ash,tried to tag and score on a short fly ball to left Shannon became the third out of the sixth Inning la a nine' By leaving at midnight Tuesday, wash that brought In 11.200 this past
the national championship to be held field In Thursday night's second game against New River.. ,Inning game won by New River, 9.8. weekend.
August 11-13.
LWCI and the Lawtey Poor Boys Innings to New River. They fell in The Poor Boys also stayed close In
were both knocked out In their first their second game, 14-10, to the Sr. their two games, but couldn't come 1z 1-]
two games, but not without first Boys. New River finished 1.2 in the out on top In the end. They were .-
putting up a fight. Tourney host team tourney, with losses to Water's and outlasted by the Macclenny CrackersIn
LWCI lost their first game, 9-8, In nine the Merchants after their LWCI win. the first game,8-7.and defeated by
eventual champ Macclenny
Merchants.8-4, In their second game.
Machine 2nd in District Water's Bulldozing played excellent
; ball throughout the tourney but
I couldn't withstand the assault of the
Merchants from Macclenny who won
Regionals Next Stop six straight games after losing their
opener LOHil Electric, the third place
finisher.
The Green Machine fell below par in .714,Including seven home runs and a Second baseman Wilbur Waterswon
the hitting department this past for-3 night in the final game.Johnell the batting average trophy for
weekend, but will still get a shot at Smith provided the most home run the tournament, hitting at a .600 clip
returning to top form and advancingto power,slamming nlifts roundtrlppers.Ken over the five games for the Bull
the Nationals at the Regional ASA Carlton was close behind, lacing dozen. Water's third baseman Jim
Tournament in Miami this weekend. eight out of the park. 51 homers was Lewis tied with Jim Johnson of the a
The Machine sandwiched four wins the team's six game total. Merchants for the home run title with I
In-between two losses to host team for three round trippers. { .
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Dubols Pens of Pensacola to take average Other leading flitters in the tourneywere
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second place In'the state ASA Open tournament said was after the Ronnie Sr. Boys Blll Goodge, 6-for-lO;
Thomas tournamentthat :
Slow-Pitch tournament held this past ,LWCI's Charles Porter 5-for-9; New
It was the lowest team batting River's Glen 6forand r .
weekend, August 4-5, in Pensacola. Kemp
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both contests between-the two power 6-for-7. leave on the bus Tuesday night. is a Pepsi.
clubs, winning the first game 16-14 The field In Pensacola is all clay,
and taking the final game of the and Thomas said it was some
tournament 2723. The' most disadvantage because: It was the first
Impressive win for the Starke ten was time GM had played on such a field. If
of fellow district the team hits the ball as usual at
a 34-14 drubbing
participant Palatka Roadrunners. regional In Miami GM should have a Put this in attic.
Catcher Terry Stratton paced the ,good chance of winning, Thomas said, your
locals, with a six game average of and advancing: to the nationals.


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.siisauyk 1tr "; the season, the Starke Small-Fry other games the Twins grabbed third
J teams played some of their best ball place by defeating the Indians and
t of the year In front of their parent, the Yankees rolled over the Gatosa; to
and the Reds came away with an create a three-team logjam for the
upset victory to finish In second place fourth. ,'
alone. Final Small-Fry Standings Suns 42-:
: The Red defeated the first place 3, Reds 8-7. Twins 74, Galore ,04,
;' h: y .. Suna to clinch the runner-up spot as Yankees 6-9. and Indians "9. .

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yearoldsStarke's blasts from the wet and at Starke : ;;
Country Club In Monday' final Jr. --N.J.;

.<&',t. ,",, ", ,',,;.'.'" ..... Four C'G r Id'd en Coif round. iM t .,- '.
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grid practice later this month so Its a good time to catch up on the present Joey Herres took the 14-15
college football players Bradford County has produced. age group first place trophy with the the final standings showed Palatka Chris Noegel of the Gators slide* Into first In a determined effort to beat the
Tops on the list of BC collegians Is Donnie Sewell who after winning All-State highest Possible point total as the golfers dominating the field In the 16- throw, but his case Is lost. Chris was thrown out In Thursday night's gajne" ,
honors as a Tornado In both football and basketball moved on to Georgia Tech. Junior Golf-Around Tour wound up 17 age group, with Billy Tuten. Mark against the Yankees Vi
The M 233 pound senior tight end is slated to move into the starting Yellow the season's play this past Monday at Blakewood and Robert Mauldin i
Jacket lineup that welcome 16 of 22 frontliners back from last year'6-5 team. Starke Country Club. taking the top three spots for the .
Donnie will suit against Notre Dame. Georgia and California In tough Two other Starke representatives season. First Place Belongs to
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Tech schedule that also includes home games! against Florida's Caters and the on the tour Richard Gafnes and Tom Starke's Herres captured first In the
Watson took fourth places in their 14-15 year-olds, with Palatka's Randy
University Two former of Tornadoes Miami. will be In the orange and blue of UF come fall and will divisions Gaines in the 16-17 year Mauldin and Gainesville's Mark
meet Sewell and Georgia Tech in Atlanta October 28. olds, and Watson In the 8-9) year-olds. Spineler rounding out the top three.In Rascals in Tee-Ball i '
Jimmy Clark and Lawrence Patrick who played together on the 1976 Bradford Herres captured 84 points with four the 12-13 year age group, ; ,,
grid squad plan to room together in the fall as Gators. first place finishes Including a low Gainesville produced the leaders I'
is to leave shoulder problems behind as he starts his sophomoreseason. round of 71 in Lake City, in the seven with Stuart Waldo and Jimmy Sowell
Clark. The trying.3. 250 pounder started every game for Florida' JV at offensive stop tour, and did not complete his finishing one-two for the season. Mac Starke Tee-ballers closed out their whip the Crackers and the Crltfr(
last and also handled punting chores for the Baby Caters but had a round on the wet Starke course Mclnnis of Palatka took third. season Monday morning with the got l by the Zonkers.
shoulder guard year operated on In the spring and missed the last week and a half of Monday because he had already Palatka also swept the 10-11 year- Rascals finishing In the spot they have Final standings; Rascals lt1
workouts.joint clinched the title. Gaines shot a 76 olds as Sean Pacettl, Brent Everson, held the entire season first place Crackers 3.... Zonkers 3-4. Critters:!I ,
spring UF s press guide calls Jimmy "a young lineman with good potential" and Monday to finish In a tie for second and Scott McCall grabbed the top Monday's games saw the Rascals tin;;,
says a healthy and rapid recovery could push him into the picture In the Gator' place with Palatka's Mark three honors .
and ended the season with ,
line.Patrick Blakewood,
young .
Just returned from Gainesville after playing In the Florida North- 80 points for fourth place. Watson : .4.j
South All Star game Saturday,August 5.Playing over half the game at tight end finished fourth for the season with 79 j Fiberglass E78.14'
for the North, Lawrence "threw come good blocks" In a losing cause and was points. MULTI-MILE TIRES A78.13 < ,.
introduced to most of the Gator staff during his week long stay at the A78.13 E78-14 B78-13 F78-14 dui
University.The&3, m pound freshman could end up at tight end, linebacker or B78-13 F78-14 TI. First Quality '
defensive back at UF 1 : $ ,
88 oGuadrnazard $2588 Z98I
Andrew Carter,who scooted for over 1,500 rushing yards as a Tornado In 1978, $2088 $24 .,1'
will soon be starting his sophomore year at Tuskegee Institute of Alabama. I Free Mounting :
Andrew lettered with the 3-7 Golden Tigers In freshman year and expects to Plus FET Plus FET .Free Plus FET Pius' FET ;j..,
"a whole lot" in '78. Tuskegee will make one Florida appearance In the Balancing
fall,coming Tallahassee to meet Florida A&M's loaded Rattler 078-15 H78-15 L7815J7815 Q78-1S H78-1S L78-15
BUS' only pro, Larry Brown, Is already popping pads In the Pittsburgh Q78-14 H78.14 FREE Computer BalancingWith H78.14 J78-15! ,II,i
Steelers camp. The 29-year-old, eight year veteran has made the transition 88 G78-14

from they go tight after end another to offensive Central tackle Division and at Title.6-4, 245 will start for the Stealers as $2 ?88 $29 Purchase Of Tires $3288 $3588'1 I

Plus FET Plus FET
BakerJumping to Europe Plus FET Plus FET
ALIGNMENT .
Milton Baker said Tuesday, August 8, he should be heading for Europe Monroe-Matlc
shortly for a month of summer high jumping against more world-class MOST LUBE, OIL I & FILTER

competition.The BUS grad who jumped 7-5 to win the National Sports Festival title is SHOCKS '.. < CARS .. $1 088 .
Santa Fe UGH1Trt. Most Cars a. .
his
trying to get a passport now and arranging the trip with, $888'
It Community >College) :t8 chtBr9oka: Ono tna i j 1" '' ''i Fp i6; dY Install d $1010': TRUe '..Light TrucTrocfia, \'

Jones'Ace COMPLETE FRONT-END ",

Puts Him In & BRAKE SERVICE TUNE-UP ,)
Rusty Nail Sweepstakes J WHEELS'

Ermie Jones of 1222 Standing Street Starke aced himself into the running fora 6 Cyl.- Most Cars I
Scotland hole-in-one at the Starke Golf and Country Cluba 15X8 $ 88 STARKEFIRESTONE Trucks E !
trip couple to of months by back.stroking a ..: ....',. Most Lug & Lt. ec.$2.6881Patterns

Ermie holed his tee shot on the 133 yard, par three second hole at the Country Ign. '40' .Less "
Club on June 6 In front of sons Randy and Jimmy and L. F. (Monk) Dinkins.
Nail Hole in.One Sweepstakes, a Tom Watson, Fourth Place, &1 year
Jones sent a bole-In-one card to the Rusty 964-6436 :''i
national competition sponsored by a Scottish liquor company. If his card Is 9&4-6436 U.S. 301 N. Starke, Fla.
picked from a barrel In the January drawing the Bradford golfer will win a trip oldsMen's
for two to the birthplace of the sport and$1,000 spending money. Golf LeagueWith

Kit Post 202 the final round of Men's Mid- iW
Has Big Plans Summer League Golf due to be playedthis Benefits Mil
afternoonm last Thursday s play Rent Subsidy Program

Success breeds enthusiasm... saw the teams captained by Warney ...
Keystone' Post 20" American Legion baseball team has just completed a Adkinson and Ermie Jones shoot from "
n b1978seasonandthey'realrea y talk Ing about'79. a second place tie to a first place tie. ;
Dugout talk has the club playing more ball during the fall playing under the Landlords and Tenants sere.
lights next season and even making a trip to Montreal for a series of games next Current Standings II1}
summer KH finished 24-19-1 this season, taking second In the North Florida Team Score .
League at 13-7 and second In the post-season tourney. League runnerup behind
DeLand. Post 202 was no doubt one of the youngest Legion teams In the state Warney Adklnion 520Ermie Finally if a landlord wishes to
with all but two player having at least one more year eligibility left In the 18 Jones 520 A federal program designed Income t* -'' ......... participate he retains the righV 6
and under program. Wainwright 52s ; aid low and moderate decent c \ I :: t:(, to select his residents from ll
Two BUS players had excellent summer seasons with the Keystone club. Merrill Strulh jfsasUi families In finding '. II;"."" / eligible' families as long a* hA) 'l
"Dinky" Kilby led the team in runs scored with 27. tied for the club lead in Ben Moxley S38 housing they otherwise could not for ""- ';r/l: 0 r--..... ;,'..... does not discriminate on the,'
doubles with 7.was second in RBI's with 17 and third In stolen bases with 18 as Delano Thomas S3* afford can also be a mean /' ,. ... basis of race, color creed sex or
he hit for a .270 average for the year. Tornado catcher Keith Northrup saw COlton 540 landlord to Increase their profits "a.'f:: .... : -!: national origin. '
action behind the plate and in the outfield and hit at a .241 clip with three Freeman Reed MOVfe and cut down on the normal the risk, 1:1"' .' v"... t.... ,\\ ,\
doubles. Both can play again next year for Post 202 after their senior season at Jack Haien 547 Involved In renting to public. Uf. 0 Families and elderly' ((47 years,

BHS. Harold Bishop SSI" "'l CT' ) or older) or handicapped individuals
Vernon Slices '558 for consideration{
The federal Department of 1s- $ 1 are eligible
Income does
Housing, and Urban Development If their adjusted
( HUD) Section I Existing oc.... ...,.' 1 exceed federally establish
Housing, Assistance Paym.ntsProgram v __' ....SIf. ) Income limits for an area. Themajor
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Is being administeredby "rhl, In lr I Is that the amount" the
j the Florida Department of .....- ? program
ON MY GOSH, TNE11 POT Community Affairs and the tenant pays for rent plus a utility
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SRN Suwannee River Economic allowance, will not exceed 25 percent
HOUSE TRAILER NE'Xi'pp0 Council eight counties In North .If the tenant family leaves the of his or her .adjusted
Central Florida.; These countiesare unit in violation of the lease DCA Income. DCA will send the
I" I | 1 ? Bradford. Dixie, Hamilton will pay the owner 80 percent of portion of the rent the' tenan
Lafayette Madison Suwannee. the contract rent for up to to doesn't pay to the landlady The
Taylor and Union days, or the date of the .lease tenant may Choose a new place f< '
expiration whichever come live, or stay In his or heif: present .
iw 1 s Oscar Crowed, of the Florida first. housing. The place the tenant
Department 'of Community chooses must pass DCA's housing
Affairs ( DCA), says that the quality inspection. 'The rentcannot
program can mean apartment, Any rental !housing Including be higher than the ren
houses and mobile homes In these single family dwellings, apartments limits established for an are*.
counties will have a lower and mobile homes Finally the leas between the
vacancy rate, thus more Incomefor qualifies as long as it Is In decent tenant and the landlord must
owners. He said the state safe and sanitary condition and meet DCA's approval.
program Is able to finance the rent fall within federally

housing for 250 dwelling units and established Fair Market. Rent Any landlord or low or moderate
application are now being limits.
Income family wishing to qualifyfor
SEE JOHN BROWN TODAYFor accepted. the program should contac

tiT Because of .trlct'requlrem.nlt Every month the landlord Johnny PetersonHousing
Assistant Rev Ellis Fann.
receives two checks> one from
Ultimate In s by HUD landlords are protected Housing Director;! or Louise
The i against damage and breaking of the family representing no more Newman. Lean Processor. '".-
15'. of family Income and
leases by tenant In general a than UN. Suwannee River
Economic
r: landlord will Benefit from the one from DCA for the difference
Pre-Constructed Homes Council. Box 70, Live Oak.
payment
the family's
program because his vacancy between
Florida 3200. (04)M2-S42S.) ,
",1"" rates will be down there will be .nd the actual rent Payment
: shorter periods of vacancy for will be mad for tile term of the
the units he owns,and he I Is likelyto specified .lease.This can be for as
ByFleetvioodModels have a more stable and long a* three years and not .lets
conscientious tenant population.There than one year,

Available With Fireplace . are more concrete advantage kLNOE
*.The tint I Is the fact mat the An owner, can evict a family .'
owner may require a* a security only after following eviction
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,The search I is on to find some the option of the principles and county in the budget presented to Including 30 buses but the big drop In- maximum millage. State funds are county I Is making a greater local
"hidden" money In the proPOSed new level administration if they wanted to school board member, transportation was cutting out (n,OlIO allocated favoring counties levying effort at 6.4 mills than some counties,
$1,282,123 school operating budget for give salary Increases to trim 18 to 20 The'77-78 overage came from funds which would have purchased new the maximum millage allowed b> ill R mills since Bradford properly I I.
ivn-19 wbfc-h wa presented to the teachers and to cut the most nonproductive earned by the.vo-tech center which buses, stopping toot program again. law. what the stale terms maximum rated as being assessed at 94 percent I
school boara August I by Supt. Tom program carried an overload of student Transfers In the administrative local. effort. while Home counties levy at a much
''CallOy. Based on a pre-school state FTE several years while keeping: the same of(tees at the county level made some. Local officials feel, however thisPost lower percentage
Supt. Casey suggested he could full-time equivalency) value the staff, and the heavily weighed differences In funds budgeted to the
have prepared' a list of employee Bradford school district budgeted voc.tion.I"E units earned the extra school board superintendent, and .... -+t. .. mr
salaries from 77.78 and a comparison $3,933.805 In state FTE funds, an money. business office but the '78-79 total Is y.toneI .
.made with their proposed 1978.79 increase of$298,985 over the$33,636,910 This year, however, the number of only,$15.750 more ($309.975): than the
'Maarieaand the board took him up At actually received last year. Supt. student In the vo-tech center .In $29*. H spent In 7778. The fund I
CMfyJqui the board will meet Casey had predicted a decrease Instate projected to drop, plus the weight of went from the business department to
Thursday, Aug. 10) at 7 FTE funds because of a de- vo-tech FTE units has been decreased the superintendent'office and school
p-m. In the administration building to crease in pupil, but an Increase In the by the state. For Instance, last year board.
go over the salaries, examine the KTE value which escalated this each truck driving student earned 4.28
budget again, and be asked for pre"njtnary summer from last year'* actual $863 full time equivalency (FTE) point Negotiations with the local teacher
approval of the spending to $899, accounted for the Increase In compared to 3.76 In '7879. Union, the Bradford Education
bill.Both state funds, Supt. Casey said. A* a result the vo-tech center Association, bargaining team are
Supt t. Casey and Business Last year Bradford schools: showed budget I down slightly from $851,996 currently under way with salaries the
Manager Eddie Douglas the two on unexpected pupil drop and Casey last year to $825,650: projected for 78- big Item left to be aired. Pouglan. !
school officiate the new had thought there would be less slate 79. The vo-tech center cut" two bargaining agent for the school board Wt _
budget, already balanced and ready money this coming year. employee to make the budget slice- said he will attempt to convince the .
for tentative-approval, declared flatly The proposed new operating budget one was a guidance counselor position teacher team there Is no money In the :
Monday night Aug. 7, at the second is down from last year's $5.4 million which had never been filled, the othera budgetror pay raises. Douglas said he I
budget work session that there Is no by (137.323 because last year there carpentry instructor (George will try to negotiate a reopener clauseon y
money In the budget for employee was-a whopping $554,925 carryover. llolliday>)> who Is taking a year'leave salaries for this fall after It Is seenIf _
.--raise The budget does include some Of that amount $230,000 was spent last of absence to try the contracting the number of students will net the
,$50,000 In In-step raises for year on building projects. The remainder business on his own. school more money s.w
experience.Down of the overage went into the The middle school also has seen a "Who doesn't need a raata""
$157.323 from last year's operating fund. to take up the slack drop In enrollment and I is showing a increase?" said Douglas, apparently pay r'
actual operating expenditures of when the FTE count went down and resultant budget decrease, from sympathetic with the goal of the ;
$5,439,948, the proposed '78.79 the value of the FTE unit floated $723.272 last year to$673,367: in 7879. teachers but convinced there Is no ;
spending bill Is described by Supt. downward from Initial state Maintenance funds were trimmed money available now.
,Casey as a "tight money budget.'' predictions. from $237,130 last year! to $189.291 for Salaries and paid holidays are the
There Is little change in the number Upshot Is that it will take some 78-79.Transportation funds are down only Issues still on the bargaining
of programs or number of teachers, 1200.000 of this year' fund Increase to from $313,678 last year to a proposed table: In the limited bargaining
Supt. Casey stated previously it was maintain the 1977.78 position Douglas $231,139 to operate 98 vehicle agenda the teacher won four 202 Takes Second in Tourney"Dinky"
personal leave days up from two; the
teachers dropped a request for a sick Kllby. left, and Keith Northrup of Bradford hold up the second
1..::4f.4rH'ers:Bound For Tallahassee For Short Course .. .: .. ,|eave buiik." and the.insurance paid by place trophy Keystone's Poet 20Z Legion baseball tram won this season. .. .. ,
,_ _" .. n. .. .., "" the fchool.board was Jeft 'a( $271,08 .' .. .
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Tallahassee bound are Bradford Williams, Starke; George Sheldon. : an reopen that
County 4-H'ers Gene Joyner, Tammy Tampa, and Herbert Morgan, building, and the Supreme Court. The Issue if premiums go up. Warner
Starts PracticePractice
Baldree, Sharrl Dobbs, and 411 Agent Tallahassee. Representative forum will end with a banquet Pop
Lowell Parrish. Williams will be assisting 4-H'ers on Thursday nightCitizenship There Is no millage increase figuredIn
the Finance and Taxation Committee. 78 Is conducted by the the new budget with millage being for Pop Warner grlddors September (till contests
The four leave Tuesday to Among others assisting are William Florida Cooperative Extension set at the same 6.4 mills as last )ear. began last Monday, August ''. at Pop Warner I'ul.licilx fluiirman
participate In the fifth annual Florida Brown from the Florida .Farm Bureau Service. More Information about 4-H There will be a $71.OW tax increase Bradford County fairgrounds, and Jean Morris announces that there lire
1 4-H Citizenship Short Course; a and Wayne Ezell from the and the 4-H program in Bradford since property assessment climbed will be held at 5 p.m. Monday through Mill u few openings left for those
Team by doing" experience in state Tallahassee! Democrat. County can be obtained by writing or and the millage Is the same, however Thursday until the season begins children intcrrotrd in playing who
government. Bradford County along While in Tallahassee, the delegateswill calling Extension 4-H Office, P.O. to (905.920 anticipated. September 9. have mil signed up >cl. For further
with other counties is participating in have an opportunity to use a Drawer 1028 Slarke. Fl., phone 964- The school board has shown no The opening day of Pop Warner inlnrmiillnnciinlncl l.lndji (:lillmuluimul /
the program to help young people to voting machine and to tour the new 6280. ext. 224. Inclination to Increase millage even features a Jamboree at Midillcburg, 4-57H7 nigh), or heat
I understand the structure and function though increasing millage 1.6 mills and practice will be In full swing the the I'opurnrr Field! ul the fair
I of our system of government andindividual's Williams To Address 4-11 In TallahasseeFrank from 6.4 mills to the cap allowed by next few weeks so that the Starke ItrountM ut !ij p.m. Monday through
( role in this system. law of eight mills, would net the youngsters will be In too shaver for the Thur (lii\
school system some ttoo.om In new
Gene Tammy and Sharrl. along Williams; Florida Legislative constituents and our economy so that funds, approximately 221.000 from
Fwlth some 120 other 4-H'ers will be Representative from District 25 Is one we promote a stable workable and property taxes and some (80.000: in
{participating In a model legislature df six legislators chosen to address acceptable financial environment" new state funds for levying the
|session complete with legislators, delegates to the Fifth Florida 4-H
lobbyists, committee meetings, floor Citizenship Short Course August 9 in The citizenship short course attracts NDTICERegister
debates, informal lobbying, and roll- Tallahassee 4-H member from all part of
Hcali votes. The chambers of the Williams' topic will be "Finance and Florida. It Is an educational project of
(Florida House of Representatives and Taxation"and will deal with solutionsto the Institute of Food and
mouse( Committee rooms will provide monetary problems now prominentIn Science (IFAS) at the University of
|the real life setting.Representatives the news."California's. Florida and is designed to help 4-H
Proposition 13 is a members learn about the functions of To Vote
... assisting the 4II'ers lesson for all of us to heed" said state level government, to become
with their role-playing for the Williams' "It is a message to us all involved In the Democratic system, to
week are: Senator Pat Thomas, that the public will no longer toleratetax develop skill for teaching citizenship
S Tallahassee; Representatives James abuses. We must take further deliberate in local 4-H clubs and to appreciatethe .
|Harold Thompson, Quincy; Frank steps in the Florida Legislature individual's role and viewpoint in Registration Books
in the best interest of ourS the governmental!? process.

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tJliJ JJ. ** -i'.. WBrooker I t. r:. aMAN.SlZE ,J 10 r t
., ., I iJrri.ru Second "j' ;; .. "
I irnaries -
\;tarn host a" ''teaminin'V' :::: fiRJ, lt"c : E; t* '
| Softball tournament at the Brooker tt'from ,
| Elementary School field this weekend
[ August 1113.Brooker -Johns
2577LWi -" City Of Starke And
will join Rain Soft and w-: 'J w ,
I Lawtey's Poor Boys as local entrants
lit the field that will also include .' About This Question:
Cannon Treweek and Hogtown ..i City Of Hampton Elections
\ Rollers of Gainesville Macclenny's'Merchants.
Guinn's Athletic of J -My Homeowner Policy
Alachua Coastal Fence and Irish unscheduled -
coven personal
J Mist Farms of Ocala Gulf Merchants .;'!If'fl property to 50 August 12 1978
f lot Crystal River and Phillips Tire of :fl fly..II ol the dwelling ,
\ Homosassa Springs. Tourney be happy with .... way POWER KINGmolar. hoiv. : percent it
Director Steve Nipper said one team dlM bigger, tougher |lobo. Mow fatter with 60" mower, insurance However,
will be added this week to round out plow MM, bulldoie, arid over 20 attachment Mare _k. J' .' only covers all jewelryand 5P.M.
the.field. power, lower fuel cwt with oil-gear drive no fluid t fur to S500 total for
power 10... .141. IS hp s ::1\1\ theft. Should we add a
Action will start Friday, August 11 '
\ at 7 ,m. with the first of four Friday AMIOICANSUPERIOR EQe0r4v<< scheduled: personal
p BUILT ,
: night games, continue all day : ;{ I 'lJ i KINO property' endorsement Election Office Open
Saturday and conclude with Sunday's to individually cover ,
finals which will start at 12:30: p.m. these items?"
TRACTOR CO expensive Sat. August 12 8:30: 5:00 P.M.
S35J Weil......Street ".-"Ia.,Flat(564). )711.1011| !
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I Harold Epp, Maya Florida pursuant .1978.?the County Courthouse : ,PEGGY" SUE HARRIS Box 9t, Hampcon Fla chord of said curve; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Commissioner of> the Judgement for Jn Green Cove'' Respondent' 32044. doing busker thsnce South One ((1)) OF THE EIGHTH
City of Stark. FlorKJa: by \ Discount Co. of Springs, day County under the firm name of degree Nineteen ((19)) JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
virtue of the Authority Florida and Florida consider and NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPER1V "JERRTS minutes and Forty ((40)) AND FOR BRADFORD
vested to me by .Urw, do Janet K. Brown determine whether or not ELECTRICAL. P.O. Box seconds East along COUNTY FLORIDA
hereby call a Filet Primary I In the mount the! county will vacate, TO: PEGGY SUE 91. Hampton, Bradford Westerly boundary afore CASE NO. 7&U7CONTAINER
Election to be held, at the together with abandon, discontinue HARRIS. address County Florida 32044 Mid One Thousand Two CORPOR
Fire Station, In to Fast collection dose, renounce, and disclaim unknown. "Intends to register said Hundred Thirty-eight and ATION OF AMERICA, a

aid City by qualified! any right of Clay YOU ARE HEREBY fictitious: name under the Sixty-three, Hundredth CeIcorporetlcm,
voter on Tuesday zed and have In County or the Public In NOTIFIED then an action provisions of aforesaid ((1,238.63) feet to a concrete Plaintiff.
September 1%, 1978 d ..... the end to any lands, or for DISSOLUTION OF statute monument located VI.
A.D.. far the purpose Of ''' described Interests therein acquired MARRIAGE has been Jerry J. Wadawonh, at sn Intersection with the RETHA E. LUKE AND
electing the following/ property tc>wIt: for road or highwaypurposes filed against you PEGGY Sr.. owner. Northerly boundary the WESLEY M. LUKE;
officers: to (a) certain Dated this 3rd day of right-of-way of State Defendants.
SUE HARRIS and are
One Commissioner-, 2 dr street or road located In required to serve you a copy August A.D., 1978 at Rood 221; thence South NOTICE OPACTION

Group 1, Two Yean. Clay County, Florida of your written defenses. Starke, Florida. Fifty-three degrees ((53))
11223S6366 described as follows: If any to K, on the plaintiffs 8/3 4tpd 8/24 Fifty-five((66)) minutes and TO: RETHA E. WKE
One Commissioner, Twenty-seven ((271) WESLEY M. LUKE
Group 3, Two Year*. property of the Myrtle Street as It name attorney and address, whose, Is .rAIN seconds West along said 8363 Windsor lake Blvd.
med defendant the Plat of
) appaers on
Northerly boundary, Columbia. S.C. 29206
Tuesday the Peek' Subdivision day James R. Flynn, Esquire CIRCUIT:
on THE COURT
One Cornml isn"f, Pierce ft Hardy P.A.. Sixty-three and Six You are notified that an
Group 5, Two Year of September County, Florida as P.O. Drawer 1030 OF BRADFORD Tenths ((630)) feet to a action to quiet title on the
twelve o'clock recorded In Rat Book 2, COUNTY, CASE NO. 76- concrete monument following described land
society.'V I said day on the Page 41, Public Records, Starke. Florida 32091. 266
Inspectors for sold of the Bradford Florida. and fie the original with loated on the Southerly located 'In Bradford.
County
Clay
election: the clerk of the above boundary of North Half (N County. Florida:
wIR
Annie P. Holton. Peggy Jail Yard. I styled court on or before J.D. ERWIN PE, 1/2)) of Northeast Quarter All that pert of the South
and sell interested
sale to Persons
Shelter, Ann Woods, may August 17. 1978: otherwise Plaintiff vs. CAM LAND (NE 1/4)) aforesaid; Half of the Northwest
for '
bidder time
8 : appear at the and DEVELOPMENTS INC.
Haven Swink, Marie a judgement may be thence South Eighty- Quarter of Section 15,
the above and be
hand
Reddish Barbara of said place specified entered against you for Defendant. eight (88)( ) degrees. ThirtySeven Township 6 South Range
Valinsl to satisfy Dated 25.
Stone Verle R, Be IIt. S Execution. THE: July BOARD OF complaint or petition. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'SSALE Eight ((03)) seconds West the right of way of Seaboard

COUNTY WITNESS my hand the along last aforesaid Coastline Railroad,'
NOTICE IS HEREBY Southerly boundary Two LESS AND EXCEPT 13 -
the seal of said Court on
Reddish., Sheriff COMMISSIONERS OF
July 18 1978. GIVEN that I, Dolph E. Thousand One HundredThir1yone 3/10 acres and described
County Florida CLAY COUNTY.
Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford -
FLORIDA CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT and Thirty- as: Beginning at North-
8/31 sGEORGE L. COURT, As Clerk of the County Florida, eight Hundredths west comer of Southeast
Said Court under and by virtue of a ((2,131.38)) feet to the Quarter of Northwest

I.I" CARLISLE CLERK by: Beuloh M. Moody As. Write of Execution heretofore point of beginning. Quarter of said Section,
8/3 8/10/
2tchg Deputy Clerk issued out of the EXCEPTA run thence West 206 feet

OF ". .. 7/20 4tchg 810tieOspq above- ntBled Court. In parcel of land lying In thence South 17 1/4
OT the above utyled cause, the Northeast Quarter (NE degrees West to South
ROAD have levied upon the 1/4))of Northeast Quarter line of said Southeast

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT following property, (NE 1/4)) of Section Quarter\ of ,Norttivyest ?

IT. MAY EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICFDFINTENTION: situate, lying and being In Twenty-five ((25)), .Township Quarter, thence .East:'to ,.. .
: CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA'IN TO Bradford County Florida Seven ((7)) South, Eastern boundary. of said
please take AND FOR BRADFORD' REIGSTERFICTITIOUS to wit: Range Twenty-one. ((21)) Southeast Quarter of
If I am e'tctd. I .h the BOARD COUNTY. A parcel of land lying in East, Bradford County Northwest Quarter'thence

Bradford County Board COMMISS- NAME the North Half (N 1/2)) of Florida; wild parcel being North to point of
other school I districts In OF CLAY CIVIL ACTION Northeast Quarter (NE more particularly described beginning AND I
themo/ "Write* Mt Ian. FLORIDA CASE NO. 78-192 Pursuant to Section 1/4)) of Section Twenty- as follows: FURTHER EXCEPT AND
action I I. n*ee.._ry to 86608 Florida Statutes,
of e quali Five ((25)) Township
Commence at a concrete: EXCLUDING THERE
notice is
Khoolt ,hl' move U WILLIAM hereby given that
HARRIS
owner win at Seven (sal) South Range monument located at the FROM 3.83 acres
chlldrtn 'lr t disturbed P.M. the Petitioner the undersigned Jerry J. twenty-one ((21)) East said
2:00: o'clock on Wadsworth Sr. Northeast comer of described as follows:
22nd day of August A.D. vs. P.O. Bradford County, Florida; Section Twenty-five ((25)) Commence at the Northwest
said parcel! being more and run South One ((01)) corner of the Southwest -
particularly described as degree. Nine ((09)) minutes Quarter of Northwest
1 9G DAYS! follows: Three ((03)) seconds East Quarter of said
h'i ) 3 Commence at an Iron pipe along the Easterly Section 15 and run North
$ rlIEAGLEI 8 = located at the Southwest boundary thereof Forty- 88 degrees, 60 minutes
H jw. corner of said North Half six and Twenty-three and 40 seconds East'
... (IN 1/2)) of Northeast
j pitsJh W Hundredths ((4623)) feet along the northerly
wdvu uaaPrices Quarter (NE 1/4)) and run to the Southerly boundary thereof. 1130
I o iis>*n T | North Eighty-eight ((88)) boundary of the rightofway feet to the Easterly
degrees Thirty-seven ((37)) of SR8; thence boundary of the right of
minutes and Eight ((08)) South Eighty-seven ((87)) way of the Seaboard
seconds East, along the degrees Eleven (111)) Coastline Railroad;
Southerly boundary minutes five(06)( ) seconds, thence South 17 degreesand
Pushed Back thereof. Four hundred West Along said 44 minutes West.,
fifty-nine and Twenty- Southerly boundary. along said Easterlyboundary
four Hundredth. ((459.24)) Twenty-six and Sixteen 304,99 feet to

feet to a concrete Hundredths ((26.16)) feet an iron stake for a point of

check and compare these incredible savings! up to 48%! Easterly monument boundary located on of the the to located a concrete on the monument Westerly beginning beginning.thus From described.poirt of

right-of-way of State boundary of the right-of- continue South 17
Road 200 (US-3011 1 for way of a graded County degrees and 44 minutes

SUMMERWEIQHT point of beginning. Road and the beginningof West along said Easterly
From point of beginningthus a curve concave to the bond ry 645 feet to an
WOVEN SLACKS described run North North of having a radiusof Iron stake; thence South
Eight ((8)) degrees. Fifty- Ten Thousand Thirty 72 degrees and 31
FOR MEN, JUST ro* one ((51)) minutes. and eight end Thirty-one minutes East 235 feet to

NP Twenty-seven ((27)) Hundredths ((10038.31)) an iron stake; thence''

go oAI seconds east, along said feet:; continue thence North; 17 .degrees, 1.. _
Easterly boundary. One
Westerly, along said minutes and ju seconds
/ r e f r .f' Ir rhwe Thousand Two Hundred- :Souther\ \/,jf>oundarv,l : And,' ""EatPP "i
Con teat NH.rpFbs dlr.. Fifty-four and Thirty-five along the arc of said ,Wakej'tnence; T'N rt'ft89
,.' d..rserpryserr end Hundredths (1,254.35)( ) Hundred
eanw steed.Myrd curve. Three degrees, 56 minutes and
AYZ 12% .vs M feet to a concrete monument Sixty and Four 30 seconds West 93 feet
I MEN'S MCSM CASUAL* t.w M 0'' eA 1ash. located at the Hundredths ((360.04)) feet, to an iron stake; thence
,,,. ,
.
DRfCHI-OAiNB seas. sad a
NTH psa beginning of a curve concave -
see 3043. Mlle5 amrs.st, :' as measured along a North 13 degrees and 29
63.SS ;!:3.44 ..ter r.ahM'bMWsr0a / to the Southeast and chord having a bearing of minutes East 197.55 feet
11TH having a radius of Fifty South Eight-eight ((88)) to an Iron stake; thence
Opt ws.re arle" le wwNM, ((50)) feet; thence in a '
4.OO tt.CAOL. degrees Seventeen ((17)) North 77 degrees, 38!
NE.ATI _AV.1." ,Avtrn" ewe. Me s.ala..1
Northeasterly direction minutes, Thirteen ((13)) minutes and 30 seconds
2 00 VINYL FOLDING CHAM DIPOSAILIL0HTINa.caaT 1OeT57 along Said Easterly seconds West to a West 176.43 feet to a

w.. wAE was 68e boundary and along the concrete monumen' point of beginninghas
8.77 arc of said curve, a chord
located at the end of the been filed against you

B ', SIM! frwm, vinyl ......... *m ./ -. ... distance of Sixty-four and said curve continue and you are required to''
town uddvd .bMK wid...!. rs/weeaah -Sews.lu' Seventy-two Hundredth. thence South Elghty-nirn serve a copy of your
((64.72)) feet to a concrete ((89))degrees Eighteen ((18)) written defenses, if any
ulhrre.e monument (coated at the minutes Fifty-two ((52)) to It on Edward
end of said curve; said seconds West along said McCarthy Jr., Freeman,
chord having a bearing of Southerly boundary Richardson Watson
t North Forty-nine ((49) Three Hundred Thirty and Slade McCarthy & Kelly

me- VALUE FLUtlLKATHCK ? 1 ,degrees Eleven ((11)) Two/ Hudnredths ((330.02)) P.A. plaintiff's

net f a e, r WORK BOOTS j I rep minutes and Twenty- feet to an iron pipe. attorney's, whose
,! 1 1 1YLUEPLU91 Seven ((27)) seconds East
; (Hereinafter referred to as address is: 1200 Barnett
ve al n 6.94ir 1 thence North Zero ((0)) IP) for point of beginning. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville,

I degrees Twenty-eight From point of beginning FL 32202, ((904)) 363-
If tell.15s 3. 1 I' II ((28)) minutes and Thirty- thus described continue 1264 on or before
1AY AVE11%
eight ((38)) seconds West South Eighty-nine ((89)) September 20 1978 and
TRANSMISSION FLUID %-sW GARDEN HOSS 2-PK. HUDSON TISSUE along said Easterly degrees Eighteen ((18)) file the original with the

WAS -- .AVlrUPTOfJ"_ Boundary Seventeen minutes Fifty-two ((52)) clerk of this court either
MSci 79c X7.66 47* f MeN'UNDERWEAR ((17)) feet to a concrete seconds West along said before service on plaintiffs

OtuNIt ****** p* 'o. N *fTn laser drone nylonl MraM Doebe ENaS. Nidte end It.- y 4.44 monument located at an Southerly boundary. One attorneys or imme
f tor Ia.ds.1 V t... easySall..Mau esprne, eve Si .,.r sly N..I.r.. VALUE PLUSI eratrs Intersection with the Hundred Ninety and diately thereafter; otherwise -
.0 MEN'S DENIM JEANS weNltaaAV. Southerly boundary of Three Tenths ((190.3)) feet a default will be

13% :::: the right-of-way of State to an IP located at the entered against you': for
::: =
$yLVA IA yi.va.NlABLUB ; t 5.94 araEPt iL9y Road 18; thence North beginning of a curve con- the relief demanded In the'
DOT YALU. PLUIi Eighty-nine ((89)) degrees cave to the Southeast and complaint or petition.
-N FLIP FLASH.aFiAShes. I.re- "CAUrOHMM CASUAL!" aN be wYMeNlse hwNy pgtNa e.eelee M wI .inn-,-_,-IIt p.baa./MMM Se. Thirty-one ((31)) minutes having ,a radius of WITNESS my handand
and Twenty-two ((22)) Twanty-five ((25)) feet the seal I of this courton
1.39w = i 5 sfEr BwAe seconds East along last thence Southwesterly July 18, 1978.

Ill y : steal, tor reel. ekryl kwra aforesaid Southerly along the arc of said GILBERT S. BROWNAs
MQ p.abMen's rL boundary Two Hundred curve thirty-five and Clerk of this Court
1 Sixty and Six Tenths
PLUS Fifty-five Hundredths by Marian McRae,
vALUEs a ) ((260( '<6)< ) feet to a concrete (35.55)( ) feet as measured Deputy Clerk

BAYS 1.00 1j ..n4UNGLAIIl1 monument; continue along a chord having a 7/20 4tchg 8/10
/
FA8HION !a-CULOANBAOf OT. GLOSS ENAMEL ay I 1J thence North Eighty-nine bearing of South Forty 3 ;n'J'h4 '
$ .WAS ry v ((89)) degrees, Eighteen three ((43)) degrees Fifty- }- .
t yL 19 6 tai 3.87 : .V ..t ((18)) minutes and Fifty- nine ((59)) minutes Thirtysix fIr
3.8 6 }
r k1 I two ((52)) seconds East
..Mies. molded piMlto with M.s.ala rnhe t .nuns s. ((36)) seconds West to ,
Disc. MAC. I wup-locll Md la pramnl ep/lls. essL earn. w pint..0 axrsar S along last aforesaid an IP located at the end of u ..,
Southerly" boundary. One said curve; thence South .(
y 1 7 Thousand Two Hundred One ((01)) degree Nineteen I.
6 SOLID STATE GNOtG YAIUEILUI/ 'TERRYPAVOIITEIIPAN91ITOR Ninety and Ninety-four ((19)) The U.S. Weather' Bureau

Vo OK 11-pC.aKe tT-PC. Mi" PRO TKNWS SNEAKERS MEN'S Hundredths ((1,290.941) ,as the property of the I'was titabllthsd) in 1870,
N 396 feet to a concrete above -named
AM RADIO rOMMOMTUSOCKET POLOS
SIT j -ew.88 WALK SHORTS TENNIS monument located: at the defendants end that on MOBIlIt HOfyE
MEN'SGA HATS 1.87 begining of a curve concave the 14th day of August
7.88 Td..l NrMs e ? a
3.88 /wease. w.nln'sorer.E te, to the North and 1978, at 11:00: o'clock
4.44 OR1.37 having a radius of Ten Bradford
DISC.rnr: o f / a.m. at the
YE30% tin r 8AVCZ8 VALUEPLUSI N.kar hrreene. le ....pillar settee tarn UiHom Thousand Thirtyeightand County Jail I will offer for 100' AMP.
PACK C 9UPEp yd 13 M>SO" PKG. Of t se.. eNar. alase3Pae ..kvh mre.awe.a.... Thirty-one sale and sell to I the
OR O SIZE METALSTORAQB MEN'S TUM Hundredths ((10,038.31)) highest bidder for cash in
re-
BURGESSFLASHLIGHT xuhnrae SPORTSMAN SAGS s SHELVINO SOCKS. '515.13 feet; thence In an Easterly hand the above-de 100V AMP

BATTERIES E direction along last scribed property as the "
QQ aforesaid Southerly property of the said
W7 Cher... eabren.f II$50 Ve aEC PMCI ,,, ) t boundary and along the defendants to satisfy' said
fuett peel*er duflle Me- WAS Ise tA arc of said curve a chord Execution.

distance of Three DOLPH E. REDDISH,
4 l: 4O'P Hundred Sixty and Two SHERIFF OF BRADFORD
FAMOUS M02.VAULWI Hundredths ((360.02)) feet COUNTY, FLORIDA ,
( fbv -
/T.MANY/ M/RNIVICAN{ oA to a concrete monument 7/20 4tchg 8/10 '
MEDICATEDPOWOEM
BATH located at an intersection

2 TOWELS5c 990 with boundary the of the Westerly right-of- Exxon StatioB For Lent I

c7TTf q .' I. way of a graded County
w.NsbaQ .".- 1 f'' t Road; said chord having a BOO Walnut 3L Starke
.AW bearing of North Eighty-
eight ((88)) degrees. '20,000 To *25.000 Investment Required
I" DUOTANQPOMTPOUO ULTRA MAX [.? VJU.utrl'l.u.t .AnU,. Seventeen (117)) minutes TrainingFor
SHAM OOSY Paid
.. joootMa SHOUTS
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IPc.. NYLON L0d0A4E frK.LADIES' MNTHtS WOMEN'8 TOP BUY131til and Thirteen ((13)) seconds
aybn eI sew w 4-PACK alL1IITTi ONO $ sac, 2.88'' East) last aforesaid Intersection -
M.wn we0,0' ZIPS., j g} .1.96 =2 S paaca being located at a More information

::%. L* //.si4 BBQ L;; wall.7W' .,....... -.N. lit 1./. c.--'efyIM, .le Past .M ecpr .L.W esaeh. distance of Twenty-six Call HD. TeddorJax.9047210X66 ..
-w ester, A0K sel.e..dre' sL.
." can shem WAS .". ire-LMnlrM _.1e err.eb.4 and Sixteen Hundredths
tOO' Per Peck ((26.16)) feet Westerly of
IRog. KIng II..

i ? ,CIGARETTE PRICES '54'. _Tn Plus 'II'"T.II Plu. ". r;: the said Easterly section I boundary Twenty-five of An Equii Opowtunlly; I"'.,...,...

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PiTA i ETVoe; : Open T j"f. :. bay ... tall oewlagBMckmaei ---
.......... Satakl ....... Jay*..:!.!!...." d/... repair, Ml SEVERAL lUllS. 20* light *wlth**, Irkt.. ------
US Ml Chic', engine.}** ........ 1S-PT. SPAN AMERICAN league owl groove Ueee..
Pbea. M440ZO. 1.40 Booth : f! J; 11" rti i AUCTION NORTH : see us FOR
Weteat SALT WATER BOAT sad Stark. III 4tpd ./24 .,L. i20i SI Ford ......, RUNABOUT 40 hp E."- Delivered aid eel _,.
......1.11.| rtOl. South la meter ....... Will trade ... 0- _. .. .,_'.. ...._ *200| 170 .......... I48 rade.wKh...... Very (... Fteeacmg........... ap .. 48tk -'vu' VA& FHAFINANCING
mobile.. homo .... Pkon. 4Q. Dune Sappy, ** ..... *........ Tawaeaad Mobllo'o .. ta pay CO ail** y
.. .... ... ,... .... ... I S1. ./3 Itchf $40s.I.es.dth.s..WIpkks EFfIC.ENCYI sad ..leeplsgnsa. MOWING ....... and amaHaereaco. .,*. -lIa.. IIH "" t: .... Klagcley. Lake, .-.* .......... Saauhl .. Storks,
... ./ ..... North ...... 933-1IS1 I... SIT.LAWNNOWER. H4-1Gh l or H4.IOIt. III."

.: liilllliBOOKKEEPER, : : WAN it"r.fiI; kemV UB-301. Uadorwaod ...... altar I ,... "' 4lpd 8/24 FORD ..CIt-'" Rio LIMEROCKi 29 to. .IMM!*

i : .. /..kg ra..geid...... sas*.... SeerTmlaeb. ...,. PIMM 78.2-1172 weekende .
p"". .,_ ',,, .. '"' .J OL1N-8 MOBILE HOME -----------S DAY CARE Ll..*..., ... Phone) H4-II_ .ltor ... Pbaa. 94-7872. aid alto*. I ........,.. LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION, Call us lorunuittal
SALES 9M-S4MM. 0,.. Tlo COMMERCIAL BUILDING "..'. d7, ....k. Pall T .... Itpd Sill Itpd "I'. 7/10 4lchg. $/!> opportunity naar Holiday Inn.
,. a week, ../.... ler .....X.OOO tt. sells ....,.1&.... TAraa StarkaEleati
E>..'...... I. ...1& ... ... RABBITS FOB' SALt LARGE APT. BLDOi Fully ranted -tax bantllt
..........Uoa. .... ML ..... 9844)020.) Itchf .. to/from SSElom. PINTO STATION WAGON BiG
payabtead SEWING IN MY HOME 121 Butler T...., YARD SALE Friday Moat pete, breeder. P... BLOCK OF STORBSi Excellent condition -
.s..,.. .****.tI.., B..._..... ,..... Call I* Starfca,Phoao 9M-M1. flf2th 175. AC. AT, sat* sad I.t.,"". Farettare, M4.7lf|. TMftekw 1/10 Heart of Stark
Salary. .,... Give complete Lydia WUIInma,P... 9 4- $13SEWING ...... .*caHa* ....It.... dlebee, radlee, ...,...., 173 LAMINATING. fit&time BESS liNT -:3or4BR, CHRA. acni
....... Ineiperiencod .... 7012.20 Ztpd 8/17 KINGSLEY LAKE! X BR 1.70.. Pbaa* 473-4508. Meate Carte, .........._*. protee....) Iff year ........ HAMPTON LAKE) Sophlttlcetad home you will
net ....,. A. M-45. Apply garage aeartment. Perfect tteha 8/10 Maaamaad ....OH US Ml N. lowsLAND
by null .. P.o. Drawer A. Fer oche*) teacker ,..... MACHINES ,..... 94743. Itpd .-... .... port, phetegrtpke,
WANTED. 'art."., 1..*. etC. Pact COrvlee, 40 acra., horn, trailer. 951.000
Starho. 3209*. lufc"* "'0. bookkeeping work .. 8-10.533-284 *r X9-v908. Itch* REPAIRED AR mahoo 1178 TOYOTA ..... .. .law_I.I* by *ay .length 10porsast 27 .e,.., cleared naar Hampton. Lah.

....1.... IE...,...... ... cleaned ailed aa4 adjootod... door,AC.peomr dies ........, 14 FT. BOAT- a......... 70 dleeeuat' with. copy EXECUTIVE' HOMEt Cypress Early Amerlcon-
CETA POSITION reliable. ...... 482138THREE '7. Work guaranteed. 1_ ..... ...11.,...,.. gahraalmd tltttraSor. .I this. ... BULLINGTON
.. ooly 0.00 Real ..... 4000'homo, oil le., i tablet. 3 acr*.. :I ftrcplacat.
0........, meet be .,... ........ .... or sft.r S .... TWO BEDROOM ....... ... ..M.corner at Mergaa Teh ..,....*. ,..... 880*. Pbaaa 78230X1. STUDIO. '14.7111. 7/13
find C...., ".Id... aadeeeaomkally ltpd ..... rei,|....*.*... atOlty .....1.... ,Road *.d Hwy 18. tl/... M44580.up llpd .-.*. llckg. .-... BAHIA FARM S MODERN HOME 23 acr. on Wilson
...**...*....... 407 N. Church St.. Slarfco. MOWING Large sad IIAVi Argaaltea. Road with: BR 2B. CHSA, barn pecan treat.nt .

.M... have H8 dlpleaiaaad '. I....... 1013 Batter Rd.Itpd .. Call Sea* Clark.phono :Maaflaeroac Z3S DETROIT E...... RT3 6071.1 highly .ortll.... Fheae M4- BUTLER RDi 911,500 3 BR horn In good

k..... to.,...Apply at F|*. .10.. 468-U78. S/M ../.hj ..INIIiOro. HOME .1971rind _........ 1* ..... Rood tIdig11lACRELOTSBeedyI. location.
State E....,.... Service : C........ con ..sap 3 Ranger, good ....".... VERSATILE! 426 N. WALNUT. II ,room. 3 baths,
n
(old eeurtbeaael. Itckg.. "-'0. 'IfO'Mt'rotSA't : MOBILE HOME I t BR. ....*. S ....... 53400 Radiate For White. 4000. could be homo and of He* or 3 Aptt. Beautiful
REMODELING ...... .a_ AC AT P' build ... 1 mite Wt elHempteaLeko
carpet ..'.1..... .. BUILDING, sad repair. Pbaa. ... ..141. I leaf. 1-10. fenced back yard paved driveway but
DENf L1iycrl 1ft F.n PS. 30> .Bgla.. Tak. 200 "...
.....,......... N. dog or New bltehoa.. bath Um. neighborhood owner financed.
ar tlm.. Kevctea. r --.... car a* dwa UjMM 5. ,....
part Mr*
BEDROOMS I
."11.,...
.00 Lot
depselI.Ph. ... FINANCED 212 SOIl 3B
** Brisk ..I. ... BACK DOOR SALE. SR 100 OWNER : Redgrave
.... .1
Height. F... Cal 473-455, X or came *mlvatoo.
ream*. bathe. H._ .. ... 49S-1S5J. ItpdcoTJNTRY
004-5071. Itpd ... ..
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art Fa '''
for en '-_. Uckg good .....u... 75x100 Plrapla .9350). Pkaae M4S934. Waat, .left A.... Rd ,. X Uttto take Santa ,500
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..,... 11 .p..laII.La. Grllfl Itpd .-!*. black. t* Batter, tara right, Lot sear Klngltey 1% A. 97,500
Br.w.l.. cLTTiTTofsi
A THREE BEDROOM '.'''.''''.. ph... 473- behind mealle ..... 1231Batter '
7000' CB bun.
Water 8t. HI MO ..... 'C...... ea Crystal ....... lice or 4734578. TP/.k. Rd. T......, F...., S,.. f.r .. .. 1S.500ALSO.. Store bldg; 930,000 or warehouse
: ]: IcMBlra JJ>. s.,._,. 527 Year around fur.......A-C. DODGE PICKUP I9M. ltchg. ..... tW. ..*..t.... ole 0* E. Living qtrt. Lawtey
: :FQ ]HQ N. W..... St. llpd 8-10. 10 ft. .*.. ....... ........ aatedeer BULLDOZER: WORK AT. Medal.IUoI..III1O. ..... C.I St.. *t '..000 and AFFORDABLE) 2 ttory 40* N. Walnut. large lot
2fiO 9044994,altar 7 p... Itpd 8- 19,000. P... 904-SOS2. er :313 N. St. Clair, 910.000
pet meathly.Phono Small "'.-. .......,'-. 10 END OP SEASON M4 SOO.
SUWANNEE TFchgBUSINESS 411 Lake. St., 2 houte*
RIVER 473-3581. hag .-... .. .....
METAL BOX North XXI .. ........,8 BR,X beth ERA kv.Uag.. Jimmy SPECIAL 197* Terry ----- 418 Lake St. 1 houses
M.....9 4 A2M. 7 m 4tchf Travel Trailer, .Uke with
Kempt.. ,..... 4082433ltpd 32 new
It.
carpeta. deck .. UNFURNISHED PROPERTY 71* Laura remodeled home
HOUSE 8/17 AC ...
S-10. Hver.....3 sad a. half.11.. two BR. with Femly is... 'JOR ntt ....awateg.. 473-3775.caperpnah. 8-10 C.r"...*t US-MI ... 8R- U MH Euclid Si epperton St.
Wect .. B........ I.
US
27. Lawter, lequlr L. PRACTICAL ft PRETTY 103 W. Cyprelt. -
utility ream, oAr, ceatral 3lh. 824.SHARP .
Ope. ...... Sat., 8....,. heal, cornel, ..... N. ..... BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete D.,..,. P.O. Dec 55.. S.. Atrium, 3 BR IB CHAA. cozy family room,

PURNITURC Phone 19350374. Itcke8. (173 ...,... ...... 904-J944. abarpoamy. oerrUe.droahur. SINGER 134 'aewlugauebte CB RADIO ... Motea, Ph. 3209ft. T/20 4tpd LR. DR. K, picturesque covered patio.

REPIN18H1NQProoEetbaataa: 10 llpd 8-10. .. bead, carbide.ebaaa. .. Ube new, never ..__. 8/10 _ 717 WEST CALLI Tastefully decorated 1BR with
----- mower ..... bellowgraaad been ..... With cabinet.breekdewa 150. Phaaa 114. 301 AUCTION; Tit.,...,. modern kitchen lovely' drapes and carpet.garage .
...... SIM...... 5830 Thursday ... Friday ...
SAVEIWhy pay .? bay sad .. Leave arm. Friday, 7(10 ,...
... neighborhood.
FOR RENT Newly ........ 473-Z 824tB .0 altar p. Itpd 810. quiet
Jackcea eater and
--- direct Irem ....." Largo at Sapply.Stark Buyer Aucltea.. MADISON' House apt. Zoned
Saaahlaa Aero* .. .. .. .claglc.. aides end decorated. fnralcbed apart or KeyoteM Height., Now aid need morchcadlcot 534 W. plus
I Moa. FrL .._.......... Doable wUeo ....., I BR end 2 BR. MOO IIcbgLOSE PIONEER STEREO 15 CHICKENS Rhode UH-301 North .( Stark. commercial could be office Brings in 9200 a

8jm.4t30p.BB.PboaTimT from S,995| '.... ......*. .... I2S ...t'. waleroteetricUy ....." .. B8R ..,....... 8 lekud R..... 10 week .... 7"1" month.
S0,735.Stank. Homo c....,. ..,....... Millard WEIGHT ....., and track AMM radio X Ready ler .,i5iin or other W. are turning "Impossible" 'Into an everyday
*.* North Temple A..., 984' Judd 127 L..*,*..., 94- taM with. XII Diet. ...... 93. 24 ..lap...._ 175. Pa.,.. r'..... R......... priced occurrence.LONGCIIAMP.
8741. llchg. 8/3 5951. Itp"10.. REDUCE Eaeea Plaid 1644904.ltcbg 8-10. low or al. M,.. J.B. Florilniid' 'Kenlty
with X-PeU ',.10. IremKoch' Murphy, Grille l Loop, ..>lla 393N.T. .
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Drop,. 0/8 llpd 8-10. Star...
PALMS APARTMENTS .F".
BLOCK HOME withS. Bedreomc. lOtpd 810HUM THREE LOTS .. W... :
Elllclcaclec. ....1..... Lafayotto 8.. Inquire, at 828
904-7700 MINISTORAGE I
.X bath,with 12 acre TRIEST
.. I..... C.,..,,. CH/A. Weekly or .Av..t.,13.. Stark N. *; KCMOOELINGi: W. .....,..... 8-1 0 2tchg 817 25"MOVINGi color Now TV rolrlgorator......."., Home and Building

.JI1MMY'SLAJlI ... 7S2-3577. 5/18 ../... IF Tempi Ie' It.. hi the home .. da It." Al erea, electric ksit., cwhrc! S..,...Villa

.. "" "' Room ........... ..... ... .......,, bar Mail, BR set.Ph. 0..10'.... Material
KINGSLEY LAKfTHemeen KITCHENETTES, 1 BR electrical reeling at*. Coed CHAIN LINK FENCE ... ... ..77.. Itpd '-'0. Lot .. Ramp**. Lake. -WE BUILD- NOW OPEN
....U..I .... Partially work at ... ..... pricedreforOMoa. material. -Da It '.....If ... ...* !I. and I., u. toll .. Your
TV, AC, 'al. .. .. y Plata OrOun Spec Availatal
...,........ Sate. by *..*,. .rL..... Totally lurolahed P.... M44087 _... I......... ........1.. FARMALL CUB tr....... about .... CLEARING Phone 533-2354. Itpd 8/3 Weekly, ...,",. rates, 7/17 4tpd ..117TRACTO. Fro. .......to.. HiodyMaa with wed belly mower aaddlaca. -- --- Your Lot Or Our 10x12 '28'./mo.

Tempi M..... 880 N.T.I. Fence C.,,'904-8559,8-10 TF Three w...... WaD bull Wl. with FREE ESTIMATES 10x24 156"/me).
THREE BEDROOM .12.80'.obl" .. S......, Pkoaa .... WORK Large chg.._ : "_ caddie ... ...... 9200Pboao ra p.rtd seed !seems. Remodeling Repairs
We Offer Fast hem. CH/A. '.0.. 7357, 8/, 4tpd 8/24 ., email job, dl..I... 94-8808 ar H4.8828. with. 3 BR, Uvlng ar.a.
M4-40O or 904-7298. 8/3 ._1... bach ...... Pbea. SIGN 'AINTING POM.eueoay Had. 810.MOBILE large yards.Gra.d Addition FOR INFORMATION
*" ..,.....See
Response And 2tpd 8/10 FURNISHED Jimmy Martla. 4t30 Rudy atWaU ----- --- Homed Bought CONTACT:
APARTMENT I BR. AC im 4Ub SllALCOHOLICS Flea Market. Friday, old ko... with I
Ffoo Estimate( 10sO TRAILER! Very beet Phenii" 4420U./3 .r 8.1.. Sue.. M.,.,....,. TF.*.... J HOME Lot. Wmtrade ..,. en Walnut! 8t. Priced Sold Traded THOMAS REALTY_

llv..kle., : I..II1 ...'IB.R.PrWII. _. -..... >- _. fur p.11 wut. beat ... t. ..lI. ; wa984.ft18.t3. SNfARKKi
po wee4134 .".ITHlr.r"'."r, 11 .iiJ..J.ot .'fI/IoI.I1.::&:;.., .fiMtfU C'.bad'>iap ,. Stark. Last traflcr .. right.Canh .SM or '""5111.'d/elta TRADE.New .'<.....II... I a/io ', *' 3 BR X bet kooie lanced 'r SALE
.Iy. 8/3 5tcb' $/31UrdiCiunty FOUR APARTMENTS! Super. Wlc .. .... I .bit ,
cwt acre near e.kele. --
i Two 4...... apt* and two SIGN PAINTINGs Pact j joaaday Used 10 HP 48"moweri AB TOLUTE 'AUCTION

room apt*. U...,.1...... esr-vis.. .5.. Rudy as J PCS tractor*0 oH with e..pscI I SaU AaaIX, 1 ,.... Hwy i !Small! equity- -.In-..-.... newSBR 96
laqulra at Te-Hea* Motel, Waldo Flea Market. Friday, I Ier.P..... 9I4-Mlll. Iubg8aVoW 1 901 aad Hwy 20 .........., ....... ,/2 acre In SouthIStarkel lISA, 2X100 e<|. II. plc.
..... .
r 1900 N. Temple. Stark, Sat. Saaday, TP- 1 10. 1I h........ L.,.. *000rypraee Gr.wlng.rs.' Ihomo oa large corner lot
.11.... cbg waruhawsfwIth X10 .. .
- foe many *.t. I* Uel4TARKEI
Tm ... II. Ml. Railroad r.. .... ,
I -- BHaBe*w JaBaWMP aanaal 9BBBBJ mawecu.or.. -_ I. OB Hwy. and ilery .. with
Hwy. 20 ....... T.,.. aa 2la .erbreedtrim/ I--UR-I; bathHAA .
Kvystonvlakeiollage arafld real oatatei 15 ..,..." day V.,...,.., partly reateredle brick kernel F.,..;
P R'O"At --.- -- - ol ...., with ...... due .....,* .,,1... I 11.1...... Built for energyavlogi.
R "fEN'I' I in- -- .I ...PLOVMKNTi- -- ..-SR -- .with. .... Now IS a SO -- -- 1,000 pI... aq. It.
'.stR'V.) ts' \1I1'0I\t;, *. EM CLAY I.AN I) toll MALt: Key.leoe ......... peal ruSt A/C, Garage apt. .In city yet I LI BTHOMAS Brand newt I __ _
monthly. or weekly COUNTY BOARD OP Height NIc tree ... ; _
yearly ....1 ....1...., ........ isolated .. Urge let with
I BR .lIIe."...* lurnlnbed.Including COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ... la 10 acre trade In .....rIo typewriters. barnerckabc. ..., tarma.h REALTY jsrARKI'i: Parent llclghlc
ROOM FOR RENT Cell: SEPTIC TANK GREASE : utflhtle.Au.. low a. HAS the foUewlBg neighborhood ., now ha..... ,..u... chair, fctdeaaedc -- ......"lIul heevtty wooded
490411 S-10 2tchg 8-17. TRAP .1... .., aew. n.... 17500 "'r month. CETA Title Vi........ Some tele permit mobile. I ....... reem. cult**, : .. irs. weeded. let. Ill Ninth W.I... St. lute, high." and dry, peveililreete
.....-..... Joe ..,.)'d!, KeyMonv Height K."',. ........... ...... DtepatchanAbfltty h..... end tome overlook a ...Ir.. air laaka, ........ nCelger. Read for a ..... Stark.Florida. 3J091 build your own
FOR RENT S BR.partlaly .. 4732UI4. ll/ihg .. react quickly and ...... Priced lo. sell with 9644161Fomerly
HOUSE 431-1022. All b..I. meter*. ...,. ckect -- -- II..... or you may Ilk. onrf
furaicbed privilege .lJ'!. ...... 3/31 tf/ebg. calmly a .*... T* ....lIt.or .....from 1200 down ,. t-IO ammo. boa, CB ... TV A".T"_** ay,.. Call ion detail*. .
.. 1 ..,. far .......... (90 FOR SALE KoyctonoHelchlB thl ....&10. yea .. per month. ('........1.1 ......*,' ....... icte, levee In city '., ,..1. Real E..... - -
per ...Cal 4904073 after 7 CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIES 4 Weeded Lot left recidenl .. Clay Codoty, ... ,,....... en KR.21 available.. "......., ......., ..... aid Phone 9847700VaralaP.Odom.GRI --- I lilt. :2 bath muhllr hnmr
,... lub. 8-10. w. .. hwetecklag .. White Oak Rldg*. Owner moot CETA eligibility Owner 411-31. 3/30 tl/ch. mki. ... greer ....... movie F.DeleaoTkemao ..,. .lake, 1I..7IHI.KttH'ro't:1 .
.kt .!. fabrleo.*r Free ............ 473-2281 ., 473- .....1......*. II yea haM... ....,.. Polaroid camera, Real Reg. Reel. E.tat.Broker .
... 4753. ctcbg. 810841. yea may **...,. apply at HELP: WANTED, DENTAL CB '.. .' .t.,.. Reg. Citata : : 1\ acriraclo. .
_...... Lome Stephen, Broker
S BR. 2 bath CB home, Clay Ceoety Community HYGIENIST. Fall .r part .........*. AM/PM tnaer, Olllco 9441(2Evoalng darling: .0,650.lime. .
0/24 ...
490-2219. E" .
shiM 5 .11. eat .. ...a ahoaa tl/ebg FOR SALE .1908 Chevrolet.Air 8.,..... offfeo, .16 WateatSi lime.K.'....* Helgkl..Pte. 8-track racarder, utility 9H4-S476 ---. .

with fireplace, CH: IA. coadlttenad, PS, PB. .. G..... Cave Spriaga.Itchg Cell 473-4591 for a. later .......... ......* .......,.. Pearl AedrewsAseoclat. .

..... yard, asS 494-flM 8/2 NEED CASH We bay look BOW tlroe, BOW lacpoctloaetfcker. t_( view. tfckg .._.... ..,... tool ..., 964-7731 833.2210 \a, PATRA" ItROKKRKevclone :
day ar 4M-250X night. care,pick ape sad track 496-2151,JoeShaw. R.*. Ilk. ... 9495. FOR SALEs C.., C.... WILL BABYSiT chad calr TV, copy macblae. ., Janet 8.arllnAaavclal > ll.'lichtn. Fin. ,

tfcha Ray Petttt, Cal 473-2277. Itpd Florida, ,...... .fcoevyIndaBtry.Appmlmatoty three ... your to cl.allrc, ".'1.1.., 782-398 ASSOCIATESSieve l Milt Horn
., 490-282. 51111 tla : ..,. 10acroa age up ....ihe. .....,., ....., SlmmoacEve. 173.368 473.211:1"M..h.III1""on *:
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wAMT 1f '. USE THE LAUNDRAMAT CERAMIC MOLDStPaccwalar adMalaa) : US40I and. I,.. .....1. Kladergarteoerc ..... projector. *ddrei.-o- .94-5881
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,, at HWY 100 by the Heady 4734000. Itckg. Seaboard Caaat Lte Railcaad. .. ball. day ......1 etc.graph, ......_1..1.. compoacele, AM/FMI. Nalrmnan
way. We have a week, dry Survey ... .tape .....-.. E.C'....... Call 'modHlatare, rocordero, let. Ralph Bryan I E..1II4.1.: 17.1.4375Or.OKC.K : -
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RNS UNION GENERAL cod fold oervlce 2Se ... PORCH ALE I Saturday, graphical map 473-2400. /3 8/10 madal. Cake: ........ ladder,
HOSPITAL! UGH I. L.... A.to...... aa duly .../ Suaday,9 .... -5 .... Baby 1..1.. available te ,...... ......,. hoacrc.klgh Real Estate
Batter I. new necopting It..., clothee, toy, keacewercc approved parchaeer with FOR BALE Commercial' chair, IV....... 44 1117 N.T.I./ .
.pplleat..... for fall lima ... ....... Falrwey A v..,. tew .... ..,...t. Call the ...1.*.* ".,,'1, 100 ft a credit card machlaec, ..,.-.- S.k.. F" FA ULKN1RREALTY
part tone. ...It...*a* chargenurceet :TARPET INSTALLATION acne. .... W....'. Clnb.Itpd Ctey Caaaty DevetepmeatAatbortty. 140 ft. deep, two city ...... pot,... bed .P...., ctermdr 904-8788
E.*'...., *r E........... .. aL 904-24-7373. 8/3 .. L...,..". Blvd. Thro. .. aw, ..n.,.. .0......
Operating Ream ...... ........,local ...... .. ..... 8/17 eportmeet uelte, large .rr... clal haIr dryer. large doers I acre. well.. peeipwptle D3
E.......... ...1 rod. Apply" ... weekend ..,... Call FOR RENT Lake homo LAND FOB SALE. ..... (00,000 .M_.... .... Fraoklia .*..-....1.. 250 icrvkePrime .
UGH. 850 E. Mali ......... acd carpeted S .-..... A., ........., HUHt.M TH,Jll.
ta pereea, .....,.. 431-1522 after 5 K.'..... H. ... .. NI.. levee, large ..".. ......... 2305 N. Temple'
.... Beat .1. US Hcg. Reel Kalale
St.. Lake ..,..,. 8-10 3tchg ... f BR.lh' Height treec..eae ta 10 acre tract ccatect Gary at 0'.... .....,*..* el ether "teas lea Broker
...... negotiable, year ,4734522. 3tckg 8/3 : 8'.,....Florida Phono 04-7820 BBa*.
845. .. neighborhood. .. ... Nursery .._,... lo ........ 8/3 301.3BR.
.. _ ..__. 8... ... permit Xtcho SIlOw.Il .... aid .....*.. : '
LIVE IN CHRISTIAN B......... '....tr... Call mobile. bomoa ... US-301. Reciter '
SAW come
LADY in elderly ..-. SHOP. 473-3151 after 5 .... arweekeadc.cbatfa .. .ARE YOU INTERESTED I. property '
.. .. Priced
Light ............ Room, Complete ...".*..*. .., .overlook. a froea 8200 ; aelrelogy Phea [ I -Pratt St., 3 BR, 1 bethblock. tftl-tuOS. pj'jt
ell with terme !!.Er.n
vie*, bend, drcular, mower '
beard cad ... eatery pro 473-4330 .47J-46S7. Cbueo. .
.... dews to f-40 ...... INVESTMENTPROPERTYl
blade, chate leave atCrwe FOR RENT Office epa. pee
...... Call. d.y. 37.75M.evealBfC 8.. Ballder'c Supply, ....... K.ya.uo. C_........ Ireetcgo .. BR. I start Sept. 8. Regtetnttea. 2" thru 6" -Oil Grlfll Loop, S BR MOO etrcete
378-838. ,Lake Butler, 7/13 tfaINSURANCE Leceted .....1.. Mealier 21 .......... Owner 4734379. cteeed. Sept I, 8/3 itpd 8/3 frame, with S t* 20 ....... Merlon C,." ". T.,..
.01..11.17. office. Call 4734907weehday 8/3 9tcbg ./... Fast Rotary AI..I..,. tele EZ termBelldlag .. .1 I.r.d.BROOKLYN. Four bedroom frame,

8250AO PER WEEK .., .. 9 .... 5 .... .... .. SR-100 -" CH A, fireplace. outbulldlagc. .
mallng........'. .....tar. chris BRASINGTONCdiBacOldsinoUU. Drilling! Equipment 4R-230. B...... Rd.. .. .t .*.. ....1.,. { PUBLIC Country Club. ESTATES 3BR. 2B, LR. road fenced,
.......,. I...... N. ( STEP RIGHT INTO year STATE LICENSED OB. large "'Ie". wIth
'.....,....* _.....,.. For8uaraateed '. ew. pica chop or reetaureat .Sal** A Service AUCTION ... ... .... -J saIs 50 ..,... ..*. bar. App,......" Kdwcrd: Rd": :3BK. I '1/2
....n., load I. K.,..... Height Selection ..".n' ...*....*. 2000 .... ft. Many ..t.... balk im LR. FR with.
.fjine Of'JL&eiL
'..00 ... a 1-.... .elf. .. E........ to,.., ....... : ---.-- Ik-eplac garage, .....,.,*
.......*. ....1... letBalaoe NiS---OO-tJltANCq, each ,.".1'... .,.1.1.. Con Token On I 301 AUCTION 0t5 .e .fl -Donblewldo. 4BR,, t LITTLEORANGE LAKE block. _ __
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.E... .... P.O. CodinocTnukt SBR. 28. LI. DR Kltchea
"' AGENCY 160 S.lake Ave., North of Stark New & Used F,*.. ....... 2BR.
Bern 455.: R...., La. 71270 lifetime for percea Auettea.Mew -20 acre. Rallord area. with .... bar .,........ ... la .
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S.l8Ztp4012.CARPENTERS. Lake .. ..,. 4IM-3I7.. ....,...... I. _.... their !2OOI N.W.I337&5j 'Public ._... FIr.pI.... ecrooMdpalte. _low, .*'
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.Campteta Ueureaee,JI1otY. own raelnaroat. Pbeae 475- gAINESVILLErii ... aied .., -28 acre. 3 BR, brick. Stovo. ''''life'.'''. Frame ho... oa 1 atro ta

't: ijr "=.IIe1'' 1351.or...atop.. K.te the...Plaauua.dew .*. itchg. ......... V.... aew E-Z Brook or.Plefc i kullttedlcbwacber.Hondym7a. ......,, very ra...>.ble.t .

.......to ....,... bfpheo ..........L Furallura AmlecoBnneonc camp, S...... -- -
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; Er1I i lumc.PUBLIC s.p.., ,... Special! 'Ba.er Acre.. North .1 Stark,
*. JOE USHE% CASH FOR GOLD storing. L.....
Minimum 2 yrs. ... 4BR. terga Uvlga. ,.... lct .11 t'S 301.
AGENCY 490-X12 ar 4M203. Jewelry, ......... ...... ..--- PIumbIn! ,
ekp rience. ....... .'. Will v.k your CENTER .,p ... .. .... .. -S ..'.", SR.230.ZOu..ot.l,2Oi. dlalag' ares Covered 2 BR. I .. .?:
I : LR. DR.
paUe.cll.000.
homo ..,...... Mr.Rlltmaa. .
Qood pay, INSURANCE! Rlherd I.. .71110111.> tf/c' 1 I AUCTION New Installation North -- -..; family reem, carport,
eDeDt benefits. Paneling Molding E..." Friday Let for mobile bemeo *rI L....,.
........ Aceecy, Farmeriad I -Mergaa Rd.. I BR .. 1Crawford ---- -
*\ Dealers Bank ......... Kitchen Cabinets A Taeeaay Remodeling -... .build .. with r without T.. 20 acre tract vrreeeu.bk.
Interviews ,..... 4M-2101. Uk Bailer REGISTERGAS I I 7.30 p.m. well., ..,... task A light just off SR 18 ->
Counter Tops DeavrcAPabllcWaleaa" Road 69 aero .
1 .33Op.m. AND OIL >* Repairs Improved. paatnro, loacoaad .. -....-'" .paved rood.leveral .

Mo day Friday! or 308 8.Thompson. I vanltl" I --- .. .0.. .. ...... .... ar...-....... EZ W. fcv* property e* 301 .-..-.-.,-,,.-.. .lei* oa
fNM-5888 FREE W. tab caalgaaiaU. :. term, north .r Seeth.Wa 301.Rallerdi.
B1.Appointment YARD WORK -. II yea have ..,..... tiNil. Dur ranee'PUMPS -- ...,... -- -- -- -
'752-7911 Hedge Trimming LPCas I ESTIMATES I w* bay see ..... ercetatce : .. .,.. .... W.have other. cod StUng .. 25 t* 30 3BR. I both LR.brg

I Lawn Raking' Fuel' Oil ... ItajaUaUoa. .. i SUPPLY Evenkint ........ price range.AeeeekU Kit, FR area. brick, 1.

AERO Lawn Mowing Lubricating Oil. 'AICHII-JIII.S_ RatebP.Bryan m --.-- rental ...... X BR. I hath

Parking Clean-up Lot I c. I COMPANY ........ Ire** L.Faalbaer*.* I ...., ......1 ,....

CORPORATION Wholeaal WarelMMU' i OpoaEverjreay 9044208Ware E....... 94-8142 treee
FREE ESTIMATES' for I 40 SJ Thompson St. 9..1,... 880 .*4.,Tempi: Av., Sa_ .......... t.EOaGE R.thEltThlt.
Lake City Airportnit Tire .u'" ....* Stark. Fl*. E.:Deegla E....... .. 904-017X R...Real Estate Broker.
SUNSH.NE..RES. Tube [ Old Coca Cola.Plant 1 1 PbMfM4-TS9t Aaaocbito V.... Settle Pba.47928
..... I.".,.. Phone *64-7.., ,BaUeTte ee".5n I allen I ,... 964.7061 904-8593 Evealacc 944944 ot:.'. t'taI..., A-'I.

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REMINGTON MODEL 1100 't.
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PLAIN BARREL $17999 t
With An Assortment Of ,;r'
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