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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 17, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.. lawley$ burn ,r'lorltU Supreme think that part of the reason for this programs, according to Adkins. "The btou' the Hftmey I issued when !the ;' ]
fart JiiNllve Jamie Atlklns U now I I /a greater percentage oi prisoner* are not getting more monfa lime ut> \Is not enough to get j '
!Tviinvlrt." N fiEa MAMMnlng. pomibUiy! in freedom. ,they're just being allowed $to mwh: on." :VKefrcshjMily
..%. programs" Adkinsaald. organize and participate in programs done to die p opl* j
The prominent judicial figure joins that will give them motivation and that yir* affected *".*. .
the rank and file of other hardened .'R1shut, program havr'slao. more responsibility, which la what It's acting, fta. Supreme Court Juke '

iTtiulimU", that Include former' eonti$<..1IIt.ar*tjy to thr'rinevin" all about' once the men get outside" Jam* Adkln baa earned lh*respectof (1'

riiuornlty <>f Flu. tiarterbafk| I IKinCaffney. nujraff.-!**''wile. are rise! ,;Qattraetl'venew As to the future of prisons anal the Florida: prisoners! while. Improvingtheir
; Channel 20 Walnt"'IIM; ,*'d a t :f "ilea men who live In them Justice Adkinssays outlook on the future{ and
News Plrettur Dave Collins I'S' thin JrVmt% 1md#' whys/ tb are{p that the venture julnlnfla special place t In thettlu-arU I ,' J
Parole Commission Director U.J.K"II..r nest II// t,08 ,iSoreiiprW );, the should continue program growing. He also The "honorary con ld'" plaque that "?
and l.awl.Y Correctional Mac. *..ctn.l .t..nutfltelllporarily hopes to extend state prisoner t.aid the Justice: received ta>tlfie..to !the
Itutlltiilv Superintendent James \Viiinwrliiht ..all t''' dk.Ina.: '" outside the ban unusual bond between judge and,
1 1'hI '(N" &r4itshidualattperintemdent prisoner "lie doesn't have any
(H>liHinly these men ulong" with :26other $ Mva.. 4aNtll greafcocperatlttn "I've been working towards givmg{ ) conviction, he Just look bke .a J

mm uikl union,are iM bohiml- .M. a4oWungprisoner' << to develop ex-prisoners borrowing power onylct,"
Ihe-n.irs t)|H> ttimlct. they are >" .
"hompoirv v ro'lets," {given the/ Mile
.
iw a result of ptwilixe of furls to inMIII RADFORb COSY ,
mow" primmer ,pintlv.it km ante help ; :.
bridge the IMP" liotuooti (he inmates .'
and tht" HurrinintiliiK communityUiwtv rt I(

SINCE 1879 II
I } I'lilimiUnl.' this HI 'member' -- I
inmate tirK.tnly.it tit LWCI that k
iM-xlovNfil tinUiiMir l un Adkintt in rt
F'riday's .....n'I".I.lsilt\ me' at their I It
printitr) (li al* an "brld{ lnll the gup 1iIle t
In'twoen he' community and the t

prison." Service groups within JL..
such Unlimited ,
prison aii Lawley J
urn the mint! effovtlve means of obtaining
this goal. dcmnt have any ronvkllons. .k.. Just looks Ilk* ..vld." roads HM
JusuceAIkuusIsoneof the driving honorary convict pl.qu.lv.n to Florida. Supreme Court Justice James Adkins.Kumt ,
force behind giving the primmer speaker Frfclay night's Lawley Unlimited' banqu.&.The Inmate service. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven t
nitre' Hi'lf-owloein unit l't'lOpu",1bllil, nrKunliatlon'S prenldenl.Jacky Strickland, presents he award to tawtey-...
through the III I\lzlIlI\ tam' of more. ullrll' JIII&lC-t' ., teeth Year 81AKKK, "'L RIDA Cents: I

tive and!extend primmer pru trmnll. "The legislature( la hesitant about regular meetings and operate In the Mb Issue Thursday August l7. If 78 Copy ;'
Attributed wilh ha\ing "all tif the same manner aa the "outside" civic --- '.
prisoners. I definitely\ don'tIehewe t
'|11II11i1l'1I,1I good! convict"hy l 1.lIWI\'I'' iH'Ipliig In soft CrouP Many prisoners are also
maintaining u -noseattitude
rnllmtled Promdonl .'lucky Strivk- becoming more Involved with Alcoholics
but we must be realistic
Imlll.lIkln" him visited priKoiw ; Anonymous, religious organi- Tentative
of those men will be In Given
throughout the I site lo get u i bettor everyone yatlons,and a number of other .1M.... Okay
wK-lely some day and we must start
understanding tif crime from those allowing them to assume more spirit building" clubs. !
men (hut. according Adkiiw., "are responsibility in prisons Involvementin An Inner-spirit Is one of the primary ,
the loading iiuihm,'* on crime.** prison programs is an excellent characteristics needed if the prisoner I
be successful in the
VUilliiH l the 1I111"llIul1It'l.'urlly way to do this and I hope that my hopes to outside
Florida Mule Prison more frequently efforts naive helped to motivate some world according to Adkins. The
than others Adkiiut admits that lie of those men" Adkins said. inmate should seek prison organizations J$3 Million BC'Budget
that best suit his Individual
lus an iiniiHU.il relationship with (IIIpl'I""II'rs. \'
Similarly'directed prison programs needs for motivation or one that will
"I'lIn'l break : neck to I f
my 'r
have become in recent best "inner
sign writs In (heir fj\or.,,bud most of more popular develop" a responsible -J 'r I''
due to extent to the
years a large spirit. W' ''I
the iimuiloN. thos 'onsideredMangeiouit'
\ have even become,more ardent efforts of Justice Adkins. 'The violence at Florida State The Bradford Commission raised in Bradford County and the up for the county as are,salaries. ( I
to mo with their problems open and Adkins cited the growing popularity of Prison has gone down 60 per cent Ir tentatively Cunt million 1978'. millage ratewas 7.576. The budget is set to be advertised '
feelings since I started visiting the prison Jaycees groups, which hold the last year and I would have k 79 county budget Wednatday,August Many of the raises in the budget before being formally approved at a \ i
regularly in IH74.! 9 settle warning themselves and .:.qver: .:last, year's, are required. For September U budget session ;
Adkiiu pointed out thai the Stale others to keep close tabs on expenditures (nluncft$JO.UOQ; has been added to the' scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in the court J, '
of Correction and ; zyrlnhr'cowvIcr *,, ; in the next fiscal year. budget unexpected Increase In house. At the same meeting the '. I
individual prison superintendents 1 iMedicaldbilling* while the county's 'commission will hold Its second of two
"Every department Is going< hate! boon concerned I about prisoner :' .
to keep close watch on their budget It
morale und the high rate of recidivism -.. Is up over$13,000. In addition,gas and 1151,000 In Federal Revenue Sharing
but until 1974 none had thoughtto the year goes on and make" Comm oil costs are up and the entire Road Funds will be upent-:The federal funds \
'Isit the prisoners themselves. are not falling Into the red, and Transportation Trust Fund has have been budgeted to the Road and
> Dave Shuford said, "If
ssioner
we gel ballooned since the county took over Transportation Trust Fund to help f
behind somewlrrewe'II" have to make the secondary road system. defray repair costs on 8d1'damapd

adjustments Social security payments are also by recent weathc conditions : >

First RallySet Certified Public Accountant Pal j
Farnsworth who Is assisting the

l echoed commission Shuford's In their cautions budget work, UCI Instructor Remains: :

FridayAt .
*'Just because an amount of money "

car 'A U budgeted doesn't mean we can, or
i ''have to spend it" what is Serious Qondi/ion '
dart
Brooker >"If our revenues fall of
expected we will have to cut down on

__ The first political rally of the ;expe&" f7arn.worUwent... of Uw III l e of on thl to!. In. Prison Stabbing; ass

:".- ti b ; ores-::: A W- b1ould v ,. .. ...-.
l'oo1ifrJeijl'IilFl .
1ovwi .
/ l r plm' << dltterence7. '" ', prq .,r3. tB>"T yJv '.*v >i iBL3C ,'". VlMlJ
',- starting at 0-30: pm Friday Aug18. ,{ mean a big A vocational. teacher at Union has been found.!. Investigators are tt \
The rall>vls one of a series of four Budgeting Is an Inexact science," Correctional Institution remained in waiting with Archer who is resting in
sponsored by the Bradford County Farnsworth told the commissioners, serious condition at Shands Hospital the Intensive Care Unit and are
Democratic 'Executive Committee. "With a $3 million dollar budget like In Gainesville Wednesday, two days reportedly confident that Archer will
State and district candidates mill wIrii ,we have now a 10 per cent error after he was stabbed repeatedly at the be able to Identify his assailant when '
speak first, starting at 6-30: pm., means $300,000 so we definitely haveto Raiford prison.Robert he is able to answer questions.
followed by candidates for locallrrlCI.'tl keep an eye on it." Archer, 50 of Starke, taught The attack reportedly came
electrical house wiring at the prison Monday morning, August IS, when
\ Unlimited President Strickland shows off LWCI Another for careful
Lawtey Jacky reason being Archer returned to the teaching area
The second rally at Theresa, will for the last 18 months according to Ty
James Walnwrlght's new wardrobe addition, as the Inmate with 1978-79 expenditures is the relative
be held Saturday night. Aug. 26 Superintendent Jordan the educational after escorting his class back to the
b a at the service organization awarded "honorary convict" membership to the bead!, tightness of next year's budget. coordinator.prison's prisoner's housing area. Archer was
preceded > supper commu- program
official. Cash were pulled Into the
nity center. prison carryover Archer's condition has left him found after the attack stumbling out
The Law ley rally' Friday. Sept. I, tentatively approved work' sheet to unable to talk with prison Investi.gatore of the classroom at about 11:30 a.m.
balance less "fat"in
the budget
leaving and was rushed Immediately to
will be preceded by a barbecued z and a Tallahassee spokeswoman
the monies.
chicken supper served by the Lawtey county's for the State Department of Shands Hospital.Two .

Volunteer Fire Department from 5 to The $3,074,825 proposed budget for Corrections said Wednesday that no
7 pm. 1978-7911 up roughly $400,000 from last suspects or clues have come out of the
The final rally will be held at the year's budget. It calls for no tax Investigation yet. Prison officials Sections
football stadium In Starke Saturday, ; a. increase and Is based on the property have said that no inmates should have Section AlA-12A
Sept. 9. "j appraiser's recommended millagerale been in the teaching area during the Section BIB.SB
On the .county level two County .. of 7.450. Last year taxes were time of the stabbing and no weapontax
Commission seats are up for grabs .
while two School Board seats will be ;,"! ---,.. .

'contested candidates are and Democrats since all the county four I ''' InterestIeen in Santa Fe Swamp '

races primaries.will have.. only Democratic ) as's 7 8 Ja: 'I

Commission District 2 ,
In the County

race Mark B. Adkins Jesse J. J \ But Property Still Remains Unsold
Wolbert and E.L. (Nook) Norman will A U

face off in the Democratic primary as .& w

,they vie for the seat now being Despite rumors to the contrary, the rolls, has some valuable timber "endangered land" In 1977 but was
vacated by George Roberts. Yc.ryrthe 5,500 acre Santa Fe Swamp, most of areas, Including several high pine unsuccessful because of the low
The District 4 Commission contest which lies in Bradford County, has nptbeen knolls, but would be virtually Inaccessible priority assigned to the tract. 'The
Includes Incumbent E.W. Hodges, the Planning Commission
sold.William. during rainy season, Interagency
Steve Cardin and Paul I. Meng. .. J- Winburn, Live Oak unless drained. which recommends purchase of
School Board seats for Districts 1 ( cattleman and realtor, acting as The Bradford County Property environmentally endangered land has
and :3 will be contested Incumbent ille1)! .r representative of Dr. Dorothy K. appraiser's office reported there has placed the swamp on an "alternate
Gasklns will face Vernon E.
Arthur McMillan, formerly of Charlotte, N.C. been "lots of action'1 and interest In project": list on grounds that the area
fn the District 1 while J.R.
Olin race but did not presently under environ-
and now residing In Hawaii, admitted the property In recent weeks, 'Is
(Jim) Lawson, Ronnie Thomas and know this stemmed fromthe destructive "
there have been some nibbles from not whether mentally pressures.
Rev.Leroy Davis will compete for the interested parties, "... but so far nbody's Umber Interests or some other The North Florida Regional
District 3 seat opened by
two-year of Arthur Holliday.up The lettering on the banquet cake. held by Vice-Presldent Charlie Pate, tells come out from under the log" jVpe'of development. State Planning Council has classified the ,
said the massive tract Winbum tried to Interest the
Incumbents Pat District the Unlimited Winburn swamp as an important rechargearea f.
Spengler, story as Lawtey completed a highly successful first six months
valued$666,000 on Bradford County In purchasing the swamp as for the Florida Acquirer and it Is
2, and J.T. Parrish, District 5, are un of community service !! !
believed that uawesvuies water
opposed. ; supply tape this source since Its municipal
water plant Is within IS miles of
LAWTEY UNLIMITED the swamp.
I Itimber
L.M. Gaines, Bradford County's t
planning agent, view with concern

Community Service All in Day's Work for Newly- Organized Inmate Club the possibility purchased that and the drained swamp for mightbe a

operation and or subdividedfor
the commercial value of the work,when Lawtey Unlimited took I work crew to
.
If you were asked to name a. Bradford County organization that render a housing development t
250ooo worth of services to the community In one year, you probably would the church and did the job for free. Due to its low priority, a Department
The list\ goes on. Ten per cent of the group's net earnings are contributed to 6
guess wrong. of Natural Resources spokesman
According to Jacky Strickland, president of Lawtey Correctional Institution's Sunshine Acres, the Bradford-Union Association for Retarded Citizens center. said "If unrealistic to think It
Lawtey Unlimited, an Inmate service club the 81-member organization will recycled cans project has all proceeds earmarked for a Lukemla fund. The will be purchased under the Environ ;
club built softball diamond at the Lawtey Community Center and did
contribute over a quarter of a million dollar worth of various community ser a Endangered Lands
mentally
Friday AugCandy.triper.-._18 vices in It*first year of existence,if the present rate of work continues. cleaning and repair work on the Raiford Community Center program.." t

':.0' .I The Lawtey: Unlimited organization,begun January of this year I* partly a The club's endeavors by no means restricted: to the "outside. Lawtey Gaines said that his office and the 1

., Car Wash. at result of the effort of State Supreme Court Justice James Adkins. the State Unlimited also strives to Improve the quality of life Inside the instltutlon:They Bradford County Commission bad
i' Department of Corrections, and, more specifically, LWCI Superintendent sponsored the prison softball team In three local tournaments as well*constructing made overtures to Alachua County
McDanald..III.
:a ....,...h....................n ... .. .. .'James Waiirwright.to organize prison programs that will motivate the Inmates bleacher and a Scoreboard for the prison softball Meld..The club was Commissioner in an effort to Interest of
"I. and allow the men to assume grea ter responsibility. responsible for obtaining band on the Fourth of July, and they bought and them in prompting state purchase:
strian..- Monday. _nBRADFORDCOllNTY picked enough watermelon to sponsor a prison-wide watermelon bust. Dally the swamp, but had received no encouragement
Although prison officials and state departments make It possible for prison newspaper! subscriptions: for the Inmate* are also provided by the Industrious in spite of the swam '1
groups to achieve their goal establishing a positive prisoners with the surrounding organization,as well as a complete renovation of the bwtitu on's visiting perk.Bridging Importance to Gainesville's water
SCHOOLBOARD community the gist of the credit must go to the themselves. lupply.
: 7p.m.ElksftElkette. t the gap between Lawtey citizen and the Inmate I la a goal of Lawtey Some $200 minion was made available
\4a ?a.. .... '.'''''' Strickland,a former Florida State Prison Inmate now serving tone at LWCI, Jniimitedt thai Ja being attained to a larger degree with each club project. Man for purchase of environmentally
: ,: ; ,'r says that whenever he announces plans for a future project he usually has to local residents expressed diScontent when the institute first opened 011 April 11. endangered lands under state law in
I. Supper7pm. : turn some dub members away because of the large number offering to help. 1977, but the ill feelings have reverend themaelvu. Realizing the contribution 1973. More than $11 million has
,' i'l .. the Inmate can and do make to the community, residents. have started backing been spent for lands hi the
,: "" Meeting8p.m. n/ Most recently, the inmate raised over $1,500 for the Starke Sr. Boys state the prisoners In their projects,with mutual benefit being realized.. : already The Florida Cabinetwhich
G.w.r.f "softball champions who traveled to Sheboygan,Wise this past weekend for the Alachua area.
national championships.The team telephoned game results to the prison club, The Inmates gala responsible attitudes and an Increase IrS self-esteem,while doe the buying, purchased:
I Gibe (EommunitaActnoti first so that the Boys' biggest supporters would know before anyone else. A the residents appreciatively receive!Improvements to their city. S.S14 acres of U e San Felasco
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Bank ,weekend Softball tournament chicken dinner, and cat wash raised the badly Jacky Strickland expressed the feelings of pride and accomplishment,a* weD Hammock for $ .1 million and 4,12
.* needed funds. .. community Involvement that the prisoners have as a result of the club' acres of the McLeod Ranch along the

1 Actnoti MM imuntf. veT.eeMISI .It's all In a day', *' :a week's, work for the prison service club. The First success. ?'I really think we can make the community\ safer place.We can keep Santa Fe River In Alachua and

*****NO MM lnwr>iw*<.r Methodist Church Lawtey,badly in need of a paint Job recently,saved",000. people like you(other Inmates)and me out of prison In the future," Columbia counties. ,


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Amy Celeste Blalock Marries.{ 92tht 99eWe & Jf wl

Dan Williams In May 24 Yhe q :



Double Ring Ceremony in Idaho cfady. moo/, Society Gdito/ly/ 964- 7608

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Mr*. Faye Blalock announces the
marriage of her daughter, Amy Kelly Woodham Grayson Cason WedStarke I
Celeste to Daniel Brian Williams, ton
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter William,
McOill Air Force Base Tampa. Church of God was the bodice was enhanced with seed pearls
Amy Is also the daughter of the late J setting for the marriage of Kelly and chantilly lace.The A-line wedding
James H. Blalock. _tai Jeanlne Woodham, daughter of Mr. cake skirt had rows of scalloped lace
The wedding took place May 24 at and Mrs. Thomas E. Woodham of around the hemline full bishop lace
the Chapel One Mountain Home AFB Kingsley Lake, to Grayson Lionel sleeves with tight fitting cuffs, and
Idaho with Col. Dallas Byrd conducting // Cason, son of Mrs. Marilyn Cason of cathedral train.She carried a cascade
the double ring ceremony. Lake City. of peach rosebuds, white stephanotis
and with white satin
baby's breath Ivy
The bride wore a lovely gown of
.
sheer Illusion, featuring a high Bankston performedthe streamers.A
Rev. Tommy
held In the church
.
.1.... ,;.... neckline and walit. The dress reception was
.. \ empire nuptials Saturday, August 5, at 4 Fellowship Hall where yucca trees,
accentuated with lace
t' was
applique.
'V' ,, The bride's headpiece was of woven p.m.Centering the altar was an arch palms and magnolias were placed at
'f. of Interest.
bridal wreath and fern. candelabra flanked arrangementsof points Charles Schmitt director of
1 Norma Baldwin was the maid of yellow and peach gladiolus, peach Mrs.
the at the
.. the wedding greeted guests
f \ honor. She wore a gown of blue carnations and bronze daisies
line
the
In receiving
I lit" flowered summer sheer and carried a accented with a spiral of burning door. Standing
bride and their
I the groom
of dallies and breath. were
I"i \ bouquet baby's white tapers. The background was and maid of honor.
1' Only other attendant. Bobble parents
accented with fern balls wedding
of the
.1.. .'. Taylor was gowned as the maid of The Mrs. Marilyn Pearce sister
and trees. unity
palms yucca
,; ( ;ilfll., .." honor and carried pink flowers. ; candle was accented with Jade palms bride The,bride's kept the table bride's was book.covered witha
'" ,, Tom LeVelux served as beat man and ribbon streamers of apple green.
1" 't. white lace cloth with peach underlayand
and Richard Marino the
was only I The family pews were marked with with three- tiered
centered
ft ,other attendant. Both Were from was
I. 4 e t, apple green bows and peach daisies. cake decorated with peach
''f! Mountain Home AFB, Idaho The table In the vestibule was flanked wedding accented with whitecheribums.
rosebuds and
All members of the wedding party with an arrangement of greenery and
doves and


,r1r.J; 1M. 1 weekend are stationed Idaho.The members couple on at plans leave Mountain of the to until be U.S.In Home September Starke Air Force AFB this,, iiLJ1. for apple held peach the the green daisies wedding bride's tapers.surrounding book guests and The to feather sign.table burning also pen The groom melane wedding cake stood wedding bells., was irridescent between A miniature topped bells and the with bride encircled columns.silver and the


after.which they will be stationed for Organist Mrs. David Kirkland. cake with lily-of-the-valley.were two five-branch Flanking silver
,
three years at Upper Hayford AFB, pianist, Randall Crawford and soloist, candelabras holding burning apple
Great Britain.
Dan Williams Miss Cheryl Boyett presented a tapers. Silver compotes held
Mr. and Mrs. Orayson Cason program of nuptial music. apple green green mints made by Mrs.
KEEP David Albritton of Lake City servedas Schmitt and nuts. Garlands of
., best man. Ushers were Dewitt greenery in love-knots accented the
Cason of Lake City and Walt Taylor of front of the table. Serving the cake
LEE Mrs. T.L. Wainwright Given Birthday Party
Jacksonville. They wore hunter green were Mrs. Harriett Fuquay and Mrs.
tuxedoes with apple green shirts. Beverly Mitton sister of the groom.
DRAWDYWorking The children of Mrs. 'T.L Mr. and Mrs. Gary Godwin of The punch table was covered with a
Wainwright honored her 84th birthday Waycross Ga.; Mr, and Mrs. Allen Miss Haylina Lee Conger of Starke peach cloth with white lace overlayand
with a surprise party on Sunday AUK Brown Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Knight, attended as maid of honor. She wore a centered with five branched
t for YouCLAY 13. The family gathered for *n old Danny, Jill, Frank, and Anita Wainwright peach colored long strapless gown of candelabra holding burning peach
fashioned dinner on the ground and all of Jacksonville; Mrs. qiana knit with an overlay of chiffon tapers and encircled with greeneryand
COUNTY COMMISSIONS/ fellowship. Emory Eunice of Tenn.; Joyce and accented with a wkle ruffle collar on peach daisies. The crystal punch
Irene Wainwright of Starke; Mr. and .the shoulders and three tleres of bowls at each end of the table were
DISTRICT 3 D1MOCRAT All of Mrs. Wainwright's childrenwere Mrs. Wayne Wainwright and Elaine ruffles at the hemline. She wore a silk encircled with greenery and peach
for by Paid Bud Political Havditn.Adv Camp Paid Treat present for the occasion. Those Wainwright of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. peach rose In her hair and carried an daisies. Garlands of greenery In love-
children and their spouses were Mr Clyde Wainwright Easton Park. Fla. arm bouquet of peach carnations and knots accented the front of the table.
and Mrs. Bill Wainwright of Atlanta. The great-grandchildren present apple green streamers. Crystal candy dishes held nuts and
Ga.,; Mr. and Mrs. Edward were Trey Wainwright of St. Simons peach mints. The table was flanked by
Wainwright of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Island, Ga; Tara and Josh Wainwright Tracy Combs served as flower girl white gardenia trees. Presiding at the
Frank Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. of Tallahassee; Denia and and wore an A-line green gown
qOD! punch bowls were Mrs. Alice Sutton
J0tr'ru 4 apple ,
tr'DJ(3( DCJ Dan Wainwright, of Jacksonville:and Scott Knight of Jacksonville; Doug with baby's breath hair. She and Mrs. Joanna Katzmir.
and Mrs. Jack Wainwright; Mr. and Darlen Eunice of Tenn.; Kenneth carried a flower basket of white lace The children's punch table was
138 W. Call St. Starke Fla. 964-5890 Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright of Wainwright of Lawtey; Kim, Wainwright accented with green rosebuds and covered with a green cloth with ecru
Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Jack of Eaton Park Fla., and peach streamers. overlay of lace. The punch bowl on a
Starke's Own Bakery Brassell; Mrs. Wilma Wainwright; Denise Durban of Gainesville. Josh Mitton, nephew of the groom In pedestal was encircled with greeneryand
and Mr. and.Mrs. James Wainwrlghtof Friends of the family present at the a hunter green tuxedo, attended as peach daisies. Silver candy dish
Lawtey. celebration were Diana Rouse of ring bearer and carried a heart held mints. Mrs. David Albritton
NOW FOR THE HOME CAKE DECORATORBoxes The grandchildren present were Clermont Fla., Jeanette Jones of shaped pillow accented with green poured the punch.
and Louie Lee Jeff and Dawn .
Mr Mrs. Wainwright, Live Oak McDavitt rosebuds and streamers.The The groom's cake table was
ColorsDoilies, Tubes, Jr.; David and Jack Wainwright, Jr., Crow of Tallahassee, bride given in marriage by her covered with an ecro lace cloth over
Michael and Sherry Wainwrlght.all of Mrs Wainwright received many father, wore a white organza gown and centered with a three tiered
Tips, And Other Decorating Items. Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wainwright cards and wishes for many more with Queen Anne. neckline, empire green chocolate cake topped with a bride
. Jr., of St. Simons} .land. Ga., happy birthdays. waist with a bow in the back, The holding the groom's coattail.

Flanking the cake were burning! apple.
green tapers in sliver owners ana a
ball and chain, billy jack and hand
cuffs.Serving was Miss Tina Greenly.
/J'I1.rice bailable w covered with)i
lus ffcMrmi $ Fort/our Mom an..ltICru.1acJ..dI/t.! t 1oxer1r -*n4jconttRid / fj
,
xla sodJ arrangement with of**,peach J rsRNppq daisies( 'heWwiUM flanked' '>f> 1

\ II Mil I I I with silver trays holding,,rice bags of
apple green and peach. Trays also
\ held thank-you scrolls and matches
IE'w4Is with the couples names and weddingdate.
SIP Presiding a t this table were Tom
O7i' Woodham brother of the bride and
s Darin Alvarez, nephew of the bride.
I I ici1ffF i if Following a wedding trip through

; Ohio Lake.the couple Is residing at Kingsley

The bride is a 1978 graduate of
**> } ,a Bradford High School.
Mr. Cason graduated from
Columbia High School and Is cruising
appraiser for St. Regis Paper Co.


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Call St.-Starfce
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A Primitive Baptist Church will be :
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._ r ham Alabama.
.: 'Western Sfy/e Group. The meeting will be held Friday :
\ .. August 23! through Sunday, August 27. :
Everyone Is cordially Invited to'
ANUNISEATAISLti come and worship at Sharon Primi-
.Y tive Baptist Orchard and McDuff,
Streets In Jacksonville. /
Y1 IJUEf!
Final Summer

Clearance Ai
All 4 Pieces LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE.
Call ..
St. Sfarkt

Solid Pine Sofa With Matching Rocker, Arm, Chair ,



Ottoman, \ $449'And T' BIRTHS ;f


Here'l a ruggedly" handsome group that's Just great for everyday livIng. The unique wood trim and smart wraparound Theresa Michelle Branson
belled arm trealm.nl will bring you compliment.' friend and family for years to come. The Western-' BUDGET TERMS Terry Michael Branson Jr.
influence In slyl no combined with the 1V," Pine ? .
sturdy con.lruc.lon and the durable
vinyl and O ,
H.rculon *
Contrasting < Mr and
Mrs.
covering make this set an unbeatable' value. Beauty Quality Comfort. Durability se f Branson of Starke announce Terry the Michael birth i

of twins.Theresa Michelle,7 Ibs. 3 oz., ,
and Terry Michael Branson, Jr., 9 j
Ibs., born Aug. 10 In Alachua General
Hospital in Galne vllle. .J7.

.... a, Michelle arrived first at S p.m. and r
Terry Michael was born at 5:13: p.m. ";;.. .
; Maternal grandparents are Mr.and :;
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Mrs. Michael Hollock of Jacksonville. "'-ta
--,. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
r r T Ti !* 1 1r Mrs. Jesse Branson qf Starke. i..

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I Mrs. Mark Milner Honored With Baby ShowerMrs.
Crosby Fa lily Reunion Set Sunday

r ,. j'
.Mark Milner was honored witha Came were played. Prizes were r'
baby shower August.at the home of won by Mrs. Dot Bryant and Mrs At Lake Butler Community Center
Mrs WUbur Waters Beverly McGee who Inturnpresented ,
Hostesses were Mrs Kenny Chilly the gifts to the mot her-to-
Mrs Men Jackson Mrs Harry rqtr The annual family reunion of the are urged to bring wry" old family
descendants of the late A. and ,
Hatcher.III,and Mrs. Wilbur Waters Philip alhuniM and-er picture
Refreshments were served in the Among the guests were Mrs. f Clarissa M. Bragg Crosby of Brooker For further information Estelle
dining room. The table was covered Mllner's mother,Mrs.Joe Kaufmann. will be held Sunday Aug. 20. at the THghmnn STS-Wirt, Gainesville; AlCroHby
With a beige lace cloth and centered Approximately 20 ladle attendedthe Lake Butler Community Center. *-SO'Z... Starke., and Janet
with an of silk and dried affair from 7:30-9:30: : p.m. .Family descendants friends are (Carter 833-201?, Starke. uFkiaiSummer
Bung Invited and urged to attend and v
on flowers.each side of the yellow tapers were The hostesses presented Mrs. reminded to bring a covered dish. '' :V,. ; 4
arranRement MUncr
with a corsage and a baby
The had U children. Two
Mn-'Kay Chltty poured punch. lamp. crosbr" Crosby of the LEILA'S Clearance/ DRESS At SHOP r'\t\ ;

Miss Debbie Mitchell Bride-Elect Westconnet area of Jacksonville and u E.Call SI.-SUrN '
I Gertrude C. Waters of Dundee are ,1 ,"' ,,' k

Honored' Tuesday Open House still The living.deceased children are Clara Whitney-Holder i
.
Bell C Dukes Robert G. Crosby, ,
Miss Debbie Mitchell, brhde elect of green liner. The crystal punch bowl Truman S. Crosby, Ben T. Crosby, Wedding Set'
Charles Coty of Boca Raton, Floridawas ,was at one end of the table and finger Ardell Crosby,A very Crosby,Hugh B.
honored at an open house last food was placed on silver trays Crosby, Nancy C. Gainey, Lillie K. For September 1 16
Tuesday evening at the Neil Tucker around the table.The centerpiece was Crosby May C. Beatrice C t
home. a large arrangement of roses. Futch and Eugene Crosby of Brooker.
Hostesses were Mrs. Linda JOhns Roses and cut flowers were placedat A committee of AI Crosby, Estelle' Mr.and Mrs. William Earl Whitneyof y
Mrs. Norman Redding Mrs. L.B. vantage points throughout the 4 :i4v 4 Tilghman Pasco Mott Janet Carter, Kaiford are proud to announce the y
Register, Jr., Mrs. E.D, Tenly. Jr... party rooms. Corsages of herrmmotheKr __ t iN' Mrs. Pete Dukes and Clarissa Davisare approaching marriage of their
and Mrs. Nell Tucker. presented to Debbie and making arrangements for the daughter, Debra Ann Whitney, to f
Mrs. Tucker greeted guests at the The hostesses presented a silver trayto homecoming. A brie meeting will beheld James Edwin Holder, son of Mr. and
door and presented them to Miss Debbie as a momento of .the to introduce guests and families Mrs. James K Holder of Kaiford.
Mitchell and her mother Mrs. Frank occasion. from noon to 12:30: p.m. Plans will be The ceremony will take place at the
Mitchell. Assisting In caring for the guest mado for next year and to review home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harris In
The table In the dining room was were Misses Hjalmar McMillan, highlights of happenings to family Kaiford, Saturday, Sept. 16, at 5:30:
Christie Redding, and Pam Tucker. members during the past pm.
covered with a lace cloth overlaying aI t i year. Final Summer 1
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Old family pictures taken some 40
years or more ago will be shown and Clearance 'i
Mickey Mouse Helps Heidi Sopp movies of last years gathering will be LEILA'S DRESS SHOP \
I shown after the noon mcol. Members E. Call St.-Stark ,, i

Celebrate Her Second Birthday .. I

Little Heidi Nickole Sapp of Lawtey and white checked tablecloths along \ :,.iI Always Ready To Serve :
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celebrated her second birthday with balloons and streamers.The I4 :- :
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Sunday, August 13. "
party guests all received : "
Mrs.Charles P.Sapp,Jr., and Miss Mickey Mouse party favors and were ,.J,.:" .' ,.,... ...: ,,"J! t Calm And Friendly :
Sheryl A. Sapp Heidi the .. .
gave served Mickey Mouse birthday cake ')"w"'ri w\\ Ii'!
birthday party with a Mickey Mouse along with Ice cream and punch.
theme. Heidi's guests were seated at Heidi received many beautiful Mr, and Mrs. L Leslie fat-Item A Calm And Friendly Voice Answers Your Phone Call
tables for three decorated with red cards in addition / Ij IjComfort
to toys and
money. To DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home At Any Hour Of The Day Or Night.
Joan Marie Gribbs and Leslie Carlton ,
I 'District Official Visit Starke Elk. i!


Elks district vice-president Jack The attendance for the Northeast United In Marriage August 4 in Palatka This Is An Introduction To The Comfort That U
Shannon and wife ana other exhalted District visitation was 120 people at ;
I Knowing That Competent And Friendly People Are Serving You
US-301. ;
rulers and wives visited Starke Lodge the Elks Lodge on
1802 Aug. 7. Miss Joan Marie Cribbs of Palatka, Pam Douglas of Palatka sang 'I.' : <- I'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brandon T. "There's a Kind of Hush All Over the Immediate Answers ,
Cribbs, Sr. of Starke and Leslie World." Joy Johnson of Palatka was
P.I' Onat Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown, along Carlton, son of Mr. and Mrs. RobertG. pianist. The De Witt C. Jones Funeral Home Staff Are PreparedTo
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward spent Carlton of Starke were united in The bride's table was covered witha
August 6 thru 13 in the Blue Ridge and marriage Friday night, Aug. 4, in cream colored cloth of Imported Leave Immediately To Answer Your Call.
MISS Lynne Jordan daughter of Mr. Smokey Mountains. Trinity Baptist Church in Palatka.Hev. Italian lace and centered with a three
& Mrs. Joseph Jordan and grand- They also went to Nashville for Gene Warren, pastor of the tier cake and pink punch. DeWitt C. Jones t, Benton Futch ;
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.A. several days visiting Opryland along church performed the nuptials. The couple Is making its home in
Lawson of Starke was elected Miss with other points of Interest. On their Given in marriage by her father, the Starke. Harold Johnson
Suwannee River Valley at the pageant way back to Starke, they went bride wore a white chiffon gown witha
held Saturday, Aug. 12, in Live Oak. through Pensacola to pick up the V-neckline with eyelet lace and cape Car Wash
Miss Jordan Is helping out this weekat Wards1 two song, Cam and Justin, who sleeves. Her veil of fingertip lengthwas Saturday DeWitt C.JonesFuneral ::
the Jordan Insurance Agency on had been spending the week with adorned with tiny seed pearls.
US-301. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin She carried a nosegay of pink, white, Set By Candy tripen
Vaughn./ green and yellow carnations, daisies Home
and baby's breath. Bradford County Hospital Candy.
Final' Summer Starke
Keystone Hgts.
Final Summer Dwayne Carlton of Starke servedhis stripers will hold a car wash
Clearance At Clearance At brother as best man. Saturday, Aug. 19, at McDonald's. 004-6200 473-3176
LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. Miss Carolyn Warren of Palatka The car wash will begin at 9 am.
Call St.-Starke .Call S'-Starke daughter of Rev. Gene Warren,
served as maid of honor. She wore a
A good time is reported by four Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bagwell and white gown with pink flowers and I
couples of local square dancers who grandsons, Shane and Jason, toured carried an arm bouquet.
joined a 4-day cruise aboard the Nashville Opryland and spent the Highlighting the altar were two BaIdwin
cruise liner Leonardo da Vinci for an week with relatives. Before returning standing baskets of carnations,
August 4-7 trip to Nassau.There were home last Wednesday, they spent two gladiola,chrysanthemum and baby's ,. ,' '' t
102 square'dancers on the ship which Si breath. .. Jt .,
nights In Atlanta visiting l'lags .
.d0-C WcttI'6'WIi-'w l'l'1ed''JWer' mo{aa!'paBsengets to 1') the.>II\TjfJ The/ ..,.,, jjKWI Georgia..,>.. ?"?. *c.*| ,' ".%\,.,,VWVthJ; ""'''V11' "'"V"' Y'd 'l N 1 t ,1 1C If 1 1I I

entertainment one night and put on an Mrs. O.S. Dixon, Mrs. Bagwell's Prescott-Fowler II euntori \ .I It
mother, lain the
exhibition of dancing. hospital Madison
square .
The four local couples on the cruise Tenn., with pneumonia. '
were Anne and Wayne Whiff Cleo Final Summer Set for Sunday, Aug. 2O
and Louin Redding,Becky and Gareth SPECIHLSAI.I-
Jones, and, Carol and Larry.Bruner. Clearance At
LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. Frescolt-Fowler family reunion
Final'Summer
Call St.-Stark* will be held Sunday, Aug. 20, at the
Clearance AtUILA'SDRESSSHOP Brooker Community Center.All we
friends and relatives are invited.
E. Call St.-S.arke New ArrivalMr. Lunch will be at 1 further
Bud Lawson visited his parents Mr. information, call Claude Prescott ,,
and Mrs H.A. Lawson last week and and Mrs. Lloyd Allen of Starke 483-1917.
Cindy Jordan of Live Oak Is visitingher announce the birth of a son, Jeremy {
grandparents this week. Charles, born August 10 at Alachua
Final Summer General Hospital. Final Summer 1\1\
Paternal Grandparents are Mr.and
Clearance AtLEILA'VDRESSSHOP Mrs. J.M. Allen of Starke. Maternal Clearance At N L
and Mrs. Ed LEILA'S DRESS SHOPE. i ass
grandparents are Mr
E.Call St.-Stark Call .-Stark
Saxton of Hampton.
1978 CHEVROLET NOVA'SAND I'




To The Voters Of 1978 OLDSMOBILE OMEGA'S


Bradford County \

IN OUR INVENTORY u I

Bradford Is A Growing County And It'sA

iHi County We Can All Be Proud Of.
: : Over
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: e ,

The Bradford County School System Is oItDD Our .1 ;

Also On The Grow, As A MatterOf Fact The Cost

Operation Of The School System In Our


County Has Become Big Business We Have 4 Door And 2 Door Models To Choose From

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I Since I graduated from Bradford County High School in I960 rYe Men a lot of growth, Lawtey
Elementary completely rebuilt, also Hampton and Brooker. The Vo-Tech Center and the Middle Come Out And Pick The One Of Your Choice '' : I

School were built and just one year before I graduated, Soutluid Elementary was built. Among ,
other new addition to the School System the old Bradford County High School was torn down and

a brand new one put In its place. MAD this In just 18 years."With tl kind of growth,cornea many While The Selection Is Good. ; if:' '
complex: problems that require STRONG LEADERSHIP. ;

'With Your Help Your Support And Your Vote On Sept. 12th 1978 '
,
This Has Cot To Be The Most: Car For The : f1

I IJJL. ,'"JIM" LAWSON Will Diligently Do My Best To Use P

,I The Knowledge I Have Acquired Over The Years In Business Least Dollar flround. . 4 f\r rl t


(Applied With A lot Of Common Sense! To Do The Best !

Job ,,I Can For The People And The Children Of Bradford l

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1 County. ;
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4i i .. Vote For And Support aOs


J.R. '. "Jim Lawson

i, '. ., \.: 301 NORTH PBO.g 961, 7500

Bradford County School Board ," ';': .' \ STARKE FLORIDAV
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10-Man L WC.{( l mate Work : ce 0 : !




To Attack City Drainage:? Problemirainage ,



RMWetits and commissioner effort to finish work on (the rod. housing! rehabilitation, $50,000 for
problems In the city may I neighborhood rehabilitation. $35,000
Lucas, city consulting
Jim
lessened soon, as the Starke City agreed that cleaning out the stopped announced that the full for sewer ex tension,$130,000 for street
,mmlsslon approved plan In'.. up ditches wa positive start towardsolving' and engineer application for Stark1 $300,000 HUD paving and sidewalks, 119,000 for w 1 .
meeting to utilize a 10-man the drainage problem, and $20,000for
ivsday' must be submitted for review drainage Improvement
the of grant
wk force of LWCI 'inmates exclusly could in acUclear up majority before August 30. The grant \Is earl administration.A
.
for ditch clearing and main- standing water completely.The m.arkedforthe northeast section of the public -meeting will be held
nance. atandlfg water hal magnified which could have September 24,In the RJE School, at 1
Faced with frequent complaints the mosquito.!problem this attendance year and dtYI important a fact role In Starke played pro.applIcatlOl'l .. p.m., to discuss and set up a time
om Starke residents, especiallyone one Southgato resident In acceptance. schedule, listing priorities for the.
In the Southgage Drive and asked if any mosquito control was ,We a more concentrated work on each specific area. Public
eiger Road area, Councilman currently being used. Schaeffer this after applying for Input Is welcome and requested by
approach year
Maries Schaeffer spoke out for the replied that the city expends $5.000 a broader city-wide grant over the the commissioner Alexander talks U Lawtey city'clerk
,
toward the county helicopter WTLV.TV manager Harry
program
itlre council: and explained that It year three and being turned Construction on (the new police and WPXE tuition manager Larry
settle the work dusting program but the dusting Is last years Mrs. Lucille 8buf< somewhat
months to '
be ,
ok four station may delayed the Iuncheelt'Thursday
said I/uca Starke area at
of Ineffective when rain fall within M down, Bnmer about the problem and need of the
:ew situation with the Department will for a three-year after a case: of crowed signal
The city try Garden Restaurant.
ll the
Directions. The matter has now hour of the dusting. Commissioner Wilbur Aug. I'.
other between'
that would concentrate on
and gradingof grant
leared the red tape and the crew Plans for the widening and City Clerk Merrill
in two after Waters
of the city years
forward areas
nould begin cleaning the top priority ditch Geiger by the Road commission were also brought In responseto the current grant's fund are spent Edwards. Waters contended that be Channel Listens to Community Leaders
lelger RoadSouthgate Drive to The city has one year, after they'recelv. made the motion at the last meeting
'rtday, according to Schaeffer.The residents' questions. According that bids should be opened at the next
the
between the .the money Nov. 1, to spend
only cost to the city will be Schaeffer the, the agreement that the entire amount.A meeting. Edwards though had In Move to Learn Needs of Bradford Area
and county stipulates
(U>0 a month which will pay the city breakdown of the grant show thought the wording of the motion
and cut the
of a supervisor for the mini- city obtain easements for the of bids".soon
alary earmarked for 'IndividualMORE called opening
num security Inmutes. trees along the road with the county $30,000 as possible." In an effort to learn more about the on a one-to-one basis, WTLV program&
"The crew started work today handling all construction. The The council voted to consider bids at needs of Bradford County WTLV-TV manager Harry McCllntock said s
Tuesday) and seemed to do a fine commissioner added that tree cutting the Tuesday meeting, and quickly held the first survey of this area at a general public survey by an independent
ob. Well be getting 400 work hours a would begin today weather per- I rejected both bids at the Tuesday noon luncheon for community leader company is made along witha
e.'k.12 months year, for only $650 a mitting. The rainy weather has been meeting, and quickly rejected both Thursday Aug.!& 10, at the Garden co-operative regular monthly
said one of many stumbling blocks in the meeting with other broadcaster in
nonth, Schaeffer IJ I9 bids submitted with the lowest being RestaurantAs
IS !n 29000.The council will now advertisefor a part of WTLVs (Channel 12) the Jacksonville area.
--. bids, which had not been done .Federal. Communication WTLV will submit to the FCC a list
previously.Police Commission (FCC) license renewal of the 10 most important problem
You Are Cordially Chief Jimmy Bowen who process the station surveyed the and needs 'In the viewing area and
contacted four companies earlier and community leaden as to the problem explain list of response programs.
troy, Informed them that bids should be and needs and how TV-12 can better McClintock said the survey last
Invited To Attend submitted at the August 15 meeting, serve Starke and the surrounding week was the first one conducted 'In
said that an estimate of constructioncosts area. the Starke area,but the station would
three"months earlier had cometo In addition to gathering Information like to do one each year.
The Clay County Democratic 25500.
Commission also announced that

five ton weight limit signs for all city Reinstatement
Executive Committee'sKeystone streets are on order and will be put up Board Denies

as soon as they arrive. I


Heights r- jtEUv "Denthwork"In Of Guidance Clinic StafferKEEP


Paperback"Deathwork The four man personnel committeeof ceptable to the community served by
Bradford-Union Guidance this clinic."
Political SocialAt t, t ," written by locally- Clinic the officially denied Tuesday a Vey indicated at the hearing' he In-
reared author James (Spanky) request by Dr. Joe Vey to be re- tended to ask the circumstances surrounding -
reviewedby
be
TheLIONS McLendon will go on sale in Instated to his position as staff his termination
paperback edition at book stores for psychologist and outpatient the District III Mental Health
the local clinic.'
Board which oversee
{1, $2.50 this Monday, August 21, in coordinator.The .
t.
.. CLUBOrchid without displays McLendon'like the one shown photo above Inserted(but). letter to Dr. Vey states: "It is Vey protested his June 10 dismissal
decision of this
the unanimous by Dr. William Lennon executive
McLendon, son of Mr. and Mrs: Committee that the conduct is un- director of the clinic at a seven hour
Ave. Keystone Hgts LIP McLendon of Starke, wrote the becoming a Clinic employee and the grievance hearing Aug.8 In the Union
book from material gathered about termination Is upheld.The Committee County courtroom. Vey requested he
Florida State Prison electrocutions.The feels that at no point in the more than be reinstated and given back pay
elder McLendon was a long-time 5 hours of testimony did Dr. Vey because the termination by Lennon
Saturday Aug. 19,1978 employee of the state prison system. clearly refute any of the allegationscontained was unjustified did not follow the
wpa111vA1rK Paperback rights to "Ueathwork"were In the letter of May 30, 1978. procedures outlined in the clinic
atlrN a.kO ,. sold to Bantam books for By his own testimony Dr. Vey ad- policy book and denied being guilty of
$3!'>II.000. McLendon and his agent mitted the allegations only questioning conduct unbecoming!& a clinic'
6:30 To 8:30: P.M. splitting the money evenly. the time frame of the employee.
t McLendon's recently received his occurrence or some other minor witnesses for Vey said In their
first royalty check on the sale of 25,000 detail. He further admitted that the opinion Vey Is competent and did not
copies of "Deathwork" in its hard occurrence left an impression on engage In conduct unbecoming a
Refreshments Will Be Served cover edition. those involved. center employee? and effectiveness
McLendon' second book, "Eddie not .
to do the Job was Impaired.At
Macon's Run," Is in the hands of an "Dr. Vey admitted being frustrated the hearing witnesses for Lennon
most of the time he was employed at "
,. 1 agent at the present time and IIid said.Vey used profanity with a teen-
'473-4852 the Cliniqj Also he stated that he.often)
., RSVP ., f..t. I expected to be released" In the Spring found himself defending his actions ,. age clenf) and spoke out', 'ttrrn at s lon')
rdinatorilt '
101 1979.t mental health o meeting--
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473-4803 McLendon, who earns his living with Dr. Lennon. He also described held In Gainesville in February.
from free-lance writing, was recognized himself as a scapegoat, or at least Other former members of the
by the Florida Legislature this that he felt" he had been placed In that Guidance Clinic described in letters of

past session In a resolution recognizing position. resignation bad working conditions
the accomplishment attained in The letter continued the committeeand and attributed the morale problems to
his career as an author. The resolu- board of directors were concerned Lennon. Attempt* to have the letter
tion was 'Introducted by Rep. Frank about the overall operation of of resignation by Dr Gary Tomblin
Williams, D-Crystal Lake and the the clinic."This Clinic serves a small and Julieann Nelson and two letters
Rep. Joe Allen D-Monroe County. rural area of North Florida. Conduct from Dr. Tom Anderson entereed into
Allen was property appraiser In as outlined In the letter of May 30, can the grievance hearing' record were
Monroe County when McLendon livedIn be detrimental to the Clinic' becausea denied. Personnel committee
LI south Florida and wrote two books ( ) the news of these actions can members are: chairman Robert
based on the life of Ernest Hemingway travel quickly and be devastating to Driggers, Union County clerk Union
entitled "Papa Hemingway m the Clinic' effectiveness; and (b) the County Commission Chairman Sam
Key West" and" "Pioneer in the conduct Is not that which is ae Johns,Starke builder John Diggs and
V Florida Keys. Attorney Richard Welty. Members of
the board of directors of the clinic are
s appointed by the county commission
LIJJr or both Bradford and Union counties.
The B-U Clinic Is funded in part by
LEE county, state and federal money.
J
Bradford County currently pays 72
DRAWDYWorking percent and Union County 28 percent
based on population. Last year the
clinic received$36,000 from Bradford
County and $12,000 from Union
for YouCLAY

I LARS COUNTY COMMISSION County Budget requests this year for the

clinic are $48.240 from Bradford
DISTRICT I DEMOCRAT County and $14,000 from Union
r Paid Political Adv. Paid County. The District III, 10 county
for by Bud Haydmt Camp Trt... area 'Is requesting $1,208 from
Bradford and$791 from Union County.
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W.tery scene at Robert's Fish Camp on Sampson Lake through canal dug by the county ..v.al".n age. It a creek.. Is It a. road The puked van at fate to 11'1\; '!
Tresl.le Road .1 dally rains raise lake levels In the area. the F.R.Starling home..Sampson Lake Indicates may I
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,L 4 Exceeding 1968 Flood Stage 'G Notebook ByBobby !I I:,


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With a slight slacking off of rain Trestle 'Road passable, though about 400 feet back from the shoreline Taylor 'i It

during the past week, flood waters In passage was held up 30 minutes ,and the water came to within 100 Phonei ...-tz o Extension I' I
DRAINAGE Sampson Lake began receding slowly Wednesday morning by a car stuck In feet of his door before starting I,
Monday after reaching a point a section of the road that has been recede. '10 i:
described by a long-tlme resident! of covered for more than a week near :
Quite often vegetable growers and ,., j i
Roberts Fish Camp. Freeman Starling, on the trestle .
the area as "higher than It was in
road. Is still having to leave his car other producers wish to expand or try :
Too Much 1968.
or Too Little? ;, The shallowest take with the lowest parked at his gate and walk down to new of different crops which they feel i:
Rainfall from spotty thundershowers level above mean sea level In the his mobile home one of several I that have potential/or our area. Whether a i
In the county during the county, Sampson forma a huge basin have flood water standing under large grower who wants to try a :
week.Aug. 8-14, averaged 2,65 Inches, for water draining all the way from them. different crop from the ones he Is accustomed ::
Damage to property, human flood plain management programto making the county average for the Trail Ridge through Alligator Creek to growing or a small .
suffering, and loss of life resulting include, any or all of the month to date 9 Inches. The Starke Although many homes and mobile "But there's one bright side," grower who Is Just starting there area ;
from floods have been following actions weather station at WPXE recorded homes have been built or brought into Freeman said. "Fishing is great. The\ few things that should is be considered {I
before the new venture actually put
increasing in the U.S. year by the highest total for the period 10.S3 the area In recent years,, the entire shellcrackers and bass are really In Into motion.
year'in'spite of the expenditureof 1Increase inches. perimeter of the lake Is shown as here." Starling says that fishing In I
public awarenessof being In Bradford County's flood plain Sampson Is always good when the : ,
The grower should know his crop. It
billions
of dollars for flood the flood problem by distribution "
water Is high. 1 don't know where :
not be as well adapted to our )
control works. In fact, a recent of maps. showing flood prone this County week road trying equipment to keep was Sampson busy Lloyd Edwards who lives on the they come from, but they get here area may as we think. 'Also, varieties, : ,
report revealed that flash floods areas. north side of the lake says his home Is somehow," he said. cultural practices, available equip.

were the major disaster in the i' ment and just general "know how"

nation, outranking' hurricanes, 2- Land-use controls, or ,;'t may determine whether the venture Is

tornadoes, and earthquakes in zoning regulations,to control the All The Stops Were Pulled Out a success to or start failure.with a Usually small acreagethe it la advisable -

property damage and loss of type of development permitted in first year. Regardless of how

lives. flood hazard areas. much Information may be availableon


The great increase in flood 3Building codes designed to At Political Rallies in The 90'sPolitical helpful.particular crop, experience, Is ";

damage in recent years has not reduce damages to buildings in Probably moat Important Is to know

been due to an increase in the flood plain.. your market. Production is only one
rainfall indeed the step toward making financial success
average''u'} I' ,\,, Bradford, rallies, which will begin In both Sides 1 li) "tlurinif :these periodicAdvwtatei Stronger arguments and personalMabvM v.of.: a new COp.n' order to realize any$ I'a
....,.. loss co". id.t i b P I locee"past ,\I.;. County was without' a' Bradford. t'ounty.at.thn Brooker.. w baq nfi :',,balat bJSkL wT1ta.-:';'M' were, resorted before the return for your effort and investment, .,L N
ft' elow,' O 'ZotirRY'fI&i'' 7N''dr'dtit"vbi9years r farmers market Friday eight, are b' .'we know all about the "" campaign was over, as noted in this 'you must be able to sell 'i
several years, as reflected in later the county's first usually mild affairs these days' plans of the Lake Butler managementto excerpt from an August 1898 issue of a Too often, we run into situation I
the low levels of many lakes. The zoning, ordinance 'was adoptedand ,compared to the torrid sessions held attempt to have a lot of voters arrested Starke paper: where a grower has made the crop,
preceding the courthouse elecUon on pretense of Illegal registration and is ready to harvest but has no
in flood damage has since that time have
increase steps in 1898. perjury, or anything else that "The Lake Butler advocates, for market. The market potential shouldbe 1
been due to, the rapjd growth of, been taken toward implementingsome may be imagined. We know too of the lack of argument, are found denouncing established before the crop is
flood damageable improvementsin of the recommendations of The first meeting In the final proposed attempt to buy votes on the all intelligent citizens of the planted.The way a commodity is to be

the flood plains of lakes, rivers, the Corps of Engineers.The campaign Lake Butler to decide would whether be the Starkeor day of election. We know also of the county who may not be supporters of marketed will have bearing on the ,'I
county wild schemes to be attempted In schedule and
Lake Butler in the county site production harvesting- ;
With the
and seacoasts. rapid seat was held at Long Bridge on New certain places, and those who are designated question, .liars and Idiots and rotten packing procedures. !
growth of Florida's population, county now has a flood River, preceded by ".a mammoth to carry them out and we gangs living In rotten holes, and
new homes, and other improvements plain map which is available for basket picnic." will be fully prepared to prevent robbers of the people, and dishonest One of the more common sales .
have come at a rate far viewing by prospective anything of the kind." officials prostituting the affairs of outlets for growers producing newcrops '
According to The Florida Advocate, Is roadside markets farmers .
that of of home sites subdivisions their office to private gain or pre {
greater than providingflood purchasers Starke of that time "The I
a newspaper Rival newspapers In the two towns ference, etc., ad nauseum.Even markets,and-or U-plck operations. In
control, projects.It or other developments. politicians were there rings and got Into the act and The Advocate, ministers of the gospel who may dareto this type of marketing, scheduling Is
Lending agencies are required by antl.rlngsIhaklng hands Bowing holdingltself aloof from such tactics, differ with the Butler side are ruth- very Important. A limited amount of \
is obvious that 100 per cent law to determine whether or not and scraping to the ladles, and kissing commented about two of the lessly attacked and slandered. commodity may sell well over a long I
the babies until the Marshal of the participants: "War has been declared Churches are ridiculed because a period of time. Harvesting a large t
effective drainage can never be the property on which they are day announced that the big guns from between the Lake Butler Bulletin and member advocate Starke as the volume over a short period of time Is :
for area. Bradford making a loan is in a flood plain and Lake Butler loaded may
Starke
provided any were the Starke Telegraph over the courthouse county site. U a voter Is on the Butler usually undesirable.In .
County started its efforts along and, if so, notify the borrower. for bear and about the explode. election which bids fair to side, however.the vocabulary, Is
this line with the creation of the shake the foundations from the exhausted shouting his praises.: addition, with roadside markets,
"Then the mighty elements of it Is to have a selection of different
rampatts of Swift Creek to the battlements helpful I'
old East Starke Drainage Through its building inspection Starke and Lake Butler closed In of Sampson River." vegetables. If you plan to use
District about 1912, when 35 department, ,the zoning office thunderous uproar and darted blue- The fateful election was held on this type of outlet you should schedulethe
miles of ditches and canals were tries to get homeowners, for forked streaks at each other, causing Editor' 'Newbern of the HampU August 30,1898 and Starke won by a new crop so that harvest will k
in 34 sections lying east of their own protection, to place havoc and consternation amongst the Orange Leaf (Yes, Hampton had it* majority of 241 votes. In accordancewith occur with that of other vegetables
dug
audience, and leaving the field strewn the gentleman's agreement, a
own newspaper at that time) took the our area. Grading, sizing and methodof
the 'railroad. But the problems their foundations at least one foot with the wavering and convicted. side of Lake Butler in the courthouse new red brick courthouse was erectedIn packing are often not as stringentfor
still exist. above the mean high water level, controversy, arguing the economicsof Starke at a cost of $12,500. It is still this type of marketing although I
or place the structure, if in a flood "The fusllade was led by J.L. Hill the issue as follows: standing today and Is listed on the care should be taken to offer only
,for Lake Butler, followed by Col. C.L. National Register of Historic Places.
observers think that the high-quality vegetables.
Some 'prone area, on pilings.
Peek of Starke, and the onslaught was ""With the courthouse at Starke it But even that didn't end dlssention
county is already adequately kept up by John B.. Crews of Lake costs $6 to get one Juror from between the east and west portions of Another sales outlet is established :
drained, or even overdrained in However, enforcement of such Butler, followed by T.A. Knight of Providence to the county: seat. If the the county. The arguments continued buyers and sellers. Although a
some Instances, and point to the regulations cannot be 100 per Starke." courthouse was at Lake Butler one until the county was divided by commodity may be new for a particular
could be summoned from legislative act In 1921with all east of grower, it 'may be produced
rapidity with which the soil dries cent effective,and some property All of.this bombastic Juror Starke
oratory was and one from Providence, making two New River remaining In Bradford, commercially in his area. This offers ..
the rain Ponds continue to build in flood
out stops. owners with music with violin
once
"interspersed
for (8, and making one dollar at Lake and all west of New River becoming a chance to market through aa I
used to hold water almost areas without taking the and guitar" designed to sooth the .
that prone Butler do the work of $2 at Starke.. Union County. established sales organization. These
continuously and serve as small proper precautions.We savage breast, no. doubt. arrangements should also be made .
I recharge areas for the acquifer well in advance of harvest, particularly ;y :
) Things continued from bad to worse
If the ls to grade and
I are now completely dry most of hear a lot about spot zoningin after the opening guns were fired. The the buyers This type outlet, 1
produce.
Ithe time, except during the rainy the county, but there is Advocate reported that Mr. Crews la( 1 FORESTRY IN BRADFORD COUNTY pack may also be used on specialty crops, 1

season. The water table in this another: bad practice that also County Commissioner and one-time byllankCoehran or those not normally produced In a
,' and state senator) said in a speech at I If conditions for
area has been steadily dropping brings undesirable results, Lawtey that the courthouse in Starke / certain area. storage
.; in recent that is spot drainage. Drainage is your crop and the commodities being \. ,
years was so rotten that the Insurance Division of ForestryTo the established sales
handled by
like a chain and is no better than companies had cancelled their Sell Record compatible,
organization are your
,''A; the request of the County its weakest link.' It often does policies on the building "and it Is now Crop of Supertrees! commodity may be important in

reconnaisance harm than to uninsured. mixed loads. Going ,
good spot-
Commission a more making up I
of order
A bumper crop aupertr.eaeedllngs There ill no maximum omit on .
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channels :
report was made by the' U.S. drain an area without taking the will be available from the these varieties. The Christmas.. tree through commercial usually
Corps of Engineers on the excess water all the way down At that time, The Red Men's Hall, Division of Forestry for the 1978-79 sand pines are select Improved sand, requires better grading. and sizing and ''
? flooding of Alligator Creek, and the full length of the chain in an old two-story building on the site of planting season. chosen for the beat overall form some type of a standard pack. f
the present Starke city hall was being ( slash pines willproduce thickness of branching, and color of
j I RoweL. Crosby, and SampsonLakes Bradford County's case, the rented by the county for use, as a These Improved 10 cent more wood foliage. These are available for the Larger growers can still make t: '
the disastrous flood., Suwannee and on to the courthouse. Several elections had per local wholesalers '.
after River volume, and are not available com first time.The rust-resistant loblolly, direct sales to or
of September 1968. Gulf of Mexico. Any other plan been held during the previous 25 mercially elsewhere In Florida. The offered for only the second time, is 75 warehouses.This method, which maybe : i
might make a few people happy years with the county seat being maximum limit per purchaser has'' per cent resistant to fusiform rust It very satisfactory, probably requires -, I I
moved back and forth between Stark the amount of attention :
greatest t
That Is recommended for
been raised to 500,000. compareswith especially
The Corps reported that the when the water is taken away
three four It
and Lake Butler or times. The new In high rust danger areas. of making early arrangements It
a 25,000limIt a year ago. planting
cost-benefit ratio of making from their property, but had been agreed that the 1898 election limit should mean that most purchasers The entire southeast region and commitments. Supplier. to retail
drainage improvements to this infuriates others, when it Is would be the last,and that new brick will be able to obtain experienced a disastrous planting outlets must be sure of an adequate .

| area were not sufficient to qualify 'dumped on them... courthouse would be built to house the seedlings as they need since 19 million season (In 1978, and the. Division of and constant supply of a commodity I. R
for a federal program: at that county offices in whichever town was will be sold. It is expected that the Forestry lost nearly 20 million newly yet an oversupply can be very costly.
to win the final ballot.
lucky enough in 2.2yeah. In rainstorm .
be limit will be removed altogether planted seedlings a severe
f time. Since drainage can never In May. significant effect I'll be happy to work with you al aa 1

100 per cent efficient, one After refuting Mr. Crews' 4'Wha,' ( not so important to residents, will be felt on the Division's offereingof Individual, or as a group if you are
8 In making its report, however, obvious solution to this problemis statement about non-Insurance, The of Bradford. County, Improved trees for sale, however. The rain considering expanding your present ,
f the Corps of Engineers gave to exercise greater wisdom In Advocate went on to say, "The County Choctawhatchee sand pine Is also storm'occurred the day before the' operations, or if you are in interested future.In ';'
different the
sound advice which has not the purchase and use of flood Commissioners spent $2,000 for steel being offered, with a limit of 50.000 improved slash seeds were to be sown a new or crop (
;jf some With flood cells In the county Jail, yet Mr. Crews per purchaser.It is resistant to many and the lost loblolly have been : I
been heeded in the decade areas. plain
M always prone said the Jail Is so poor and rotten that of the root diseases that attack sand successfully resown. .. .
11 of rapid growth) of the, ,county maps and other data available at any prisoner can get out in short time pines particularly mushroom, root The bare root seedling .ordering .JrIF r '

,>k..since that Jime.w the County Zoning Office, the simply by using a shoe string or season for 1978-79 1s already underway fri. -:'
,. cautious buyer and builder buckle, or some such article. Doesn't rot.The only other tree on this year's and seedlings will be allocated i. 1\1\
warned "If should consult this available It seem strange that one of our County sales list that has a limit on the October 1, 1978. Orders normally. ', ..
The Corps ; be purchased is the exceed supplies for many of the '
Commissioners should utter such number thai can ,
uncontrolled development of theRooA information before' making II' wild, misleading, and erroneous high gum yield slash pine, which Is varieties, so It 1s best to order as soon =-- 41
'! ( plain is allowed to continue, decision of such importance.. statements as he has been doing in preferred by naval store operators. as possible For your order form and < '
future tfloods will cause 'much this courthouse con teat?" The limit this year is 100,000. list of seedlings available contact On. out of 20 persons fJ
'damages than those The philosopher who first said, Other unique offerings from the your county forester In the Bradford ha an extra rib but among ,
greater
The Advocate then hinted at dark call "),
nurseries Agricultural Center, or 4
Division of Forestry's County those with spar ribs men
had the
experienced in 1968. In order to "Caveat emptor, right and dastardly deeds, which were un- include select Christmas tree sand 964-6280, ext. 219, or In Union Count) lead woman hy 3 to 1. a
_...nt this. (it rpoommended a ideaLet the buyer beware! doubtedly resorted to by partisans on nines and rust-resistant loblolly Dines. veil 44A.9KM

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I Local Constitutional Officers Disclose: Financial worth SourcesIn ; 11

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,; Income. Reddish reported liabilitiesof School Board chairman J.T.
the second year of filing net liabilities above $1,000 and also file from Starke Paint Center, Suntec JClerk Gib Brown listed his salary of ".700 and assets of$35.082 for a net Parrish Included a copy of his 1977
worth statements Wing each asset either a copy of their Income tax return Paint Co. and Hospital Services of $ 1.181 as the only source: of Income. worth of$30,362 down from last year's Income tax return. Parrish reported
and debt over 11,000 all Bradford or a listing of sources and Florida. Hodges reported a net worth Brown reported a net worth of$36,558 net worth of 94374. > liabilities of $67,500 and assets of
County Comtituticnal elected official amounts of Income above 1000. of $142.00: up from last year's net ,down from last year's net worth of tf $104,597 for a net worth of $37,097 up
filed by the deadline, except tax Failure to report net worth can result worth of $128.651.George'Roberta. $57,148. Tax collector J.R. Kelly was In .-hi from 1976 net worth of $32.436. ..
collector J.R. Kelly who filed late In an officer being removed from hospital and did not file by the July 1 Arthur Gasklns reported a net
due to Ulneaa. office said the Ethics Commission listed sources: of Supervisor of elections Jeneva deadline but his statement was laterrecelveb worth $151.439 up from last year's
Constitutional elected: officials include Income totaling"151 and secondary Flynn Included a copy of her 1977 Joint In Tallahassee. Kelly net worth of $136,671. {
In compliance with the Sunshine countmmissioners, school sources' of income from real estate income tax return. Mrs. Flynn reported a net worth of $83,838, down Vernon Parmenter reported a net
Amendment. constitutional elected board of elections commissions. Commissioner reported a net worth of $28.983, down from last year's net worth of$101,195. worth of $23,451 up from a net worthin
officers: must have filed net worth county tax collectors, county Roberta reported a net worth of from a net worth of $26.931 In 1976. Kelly reported liabilities of P9.838and 1976 of 19912.
I 'statements by the July 1 deadline, In clerks, property appraisers, county $212,916 up from 1976 net worth of assets of $125,774. Pat Spengler listed liabilities of
addition to filing a statement of sheriffs, school superintendents and $187,831. Property appraiser Jimmy Alvares School Superintendent Tom Casey $15,639 and assets of $78,300 for a net
financial Interest locally with the county judges. listed his salary of$18,739 as the only Included a copy of his 1977 joint worth of $62,660 up from last year's !
county clerk. Four of the five county Dave Shuford listed sources of source of Income. Alvares reported a Income tax return. Casey reported a net worth The net worth statements are available commissioners filed statements revealing Income totaling $20,391 net worth of$8.200 up from last year's net worth of "1,111 up from last Resigned school board member Art
to any citizen at the Secretary of the sources of their 1977 Income CommlsslonerSbuforreportedanet net worth of $2,900. year's net worth of $60,409. Casey Holllday listed no liabilities for a net (
I State's office in Tallahassee.Copies of rather than federal tax returns worth of$201,497 up from last's year's listed assets of$105,300 and liabilities worth of $40,739 up from 1976 net I I
the disclosure forma are also available Maxle Carter, Jr. listed source of net worth of $193.366.Commissioner Judge Elzte Sanders included a 1977 of 14187. worth of $34,921.
by mail for a copying fee. Income totaling 120,648.. joint Income tax return. Sanders
The Sunshine Amendment Commissioner Carter reported a net Hazel Paulk reported a net worth of $82,314 up
:it approved overwhelmingly by voters worth of 123,900 up from last's year'snet Included a copy of her 1977 Income tax from $77,770 In 1976. 1\1 1t
In November 1976 requires 1,800 top worth of 198.890. return. Mrs. Paulk reported a net \
I state and county officials tto list their Chairman E.W. Hodges listed worth $107.200 down, from 1978 net Sheriff Dolph Reddish listed Us 1i
net worth along with assets and sources of income totaling/ $38,828 worth of 120,000. salary of $21,161 as the only source: of t i

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:i Unable to transfer a surplus $6,000to () )( Mayor William Summers worked with The three remaining councilmen system or maintenance of the current
the water department because :i! federal aid regulations,the remaining the budget,with projected revenues of councilmen can review the proposed completed council members were Saturday, August 19, 1978 1 !f
a three members of the Hampton City $37,209,and a millage increase from 3 budget before an approval is made. uncertain, and decided that establishing -
== Council ,voted to establish a contingency to 3V mills. Helle and Dennison Councilman Helle laid "We'll the contingency would be the best 11 A.M., Until Sunset i I
:; in the general fund and announced earlier this summer their definitely wait until the September course of action. The $6,000 in the ; I
balanced the 1978-79 city budget, resignations, effective Sept. 10. one meeting to approve It Hopefully, a contingency can be used during the ,:
=: unchanged from the current year, In a day after the primary election. newly elected full compliment of next fiscal year Oct. 1 through Sept. Diamond G. : 'I
IVi hour budget work session Former councilmen John X.Allen and councilmen can vote on it then." 30 1979 wherever It Is most badly t !
Thursday, August 10. Ernest Greene resigned July 13. The The budget must be advertised and needed, according to Curtis. I II
resignations were prompted by recall approved before Oct. 1. Department allocations for the Meat .. I,
if Resigning councilmen Donald Helle action by the Hampton Concerned Since Hampton voters<< passed water budget remained basically the same Company ;
=;; and A.C Dennison, Chairman Ted Citizens Council because of the water system number three the minimum as this year's. The street dept. was '
:i Curtis City Clerk Mary Allen and system controversy. system required by state standards budgeted 8760. the police dept., with ; I
In the referendum election June 13, the sole police marshal position i
the city council Is blocked from currently manned by Dave Huber Chicken USDA And \ \
II i HamptonHUDGrantDenied contributing to the costs system, which will be funded by a budgeted $7,775, the sanitation dept.,
118.700 grant and $1 7.700 loan from budgeted $3,650 and the administration Beef StateInspected t I. i I
I The turmoil over which water about giving the (town money, too if the Farmer's Hume Administration,a dept. $17 209. with the largestsum
system will eventually be constructed you had been aware of all the trouble federal agency In the dept.., after the $6,000 .
: In Hampton could have had a negative we've had with the water system contingency being $2,700 for i
11 h:I affect on the town's chances for a situation" said Mrs. Allen. According to Chairman Ted Curtis insurance. Pork
:: recently rejected HUD grant bid, according City Attorney Richard Welty ruleearlier The city will receive $2,672 In i '..
to City Clerk Mary Allen. The application was the first thatfederalaldstatutes not federal revenue sharing funds, whichare Already Packaged And Frozen :
attempt at a HUD block grant for the allow monetary assistance from cities also restrictive In the ways that :
is Mrs. Allen said she was not surprised city. $150.000 of the total was to be for federally-funded projects that do they can be used. Capital expenditures -
:a that Hampton's pre-appllca- used to help lower the Farmer's Home not serve the entire population of the' and public safety are allowed \
::: tion for a $289,000 federal grant was Administration Loan that the city will city. System three ,will not bring with the federal funds,which are allocated Starke Texaco -
:: turned down. use to fund construction of the pro water service to all Hampton citizens, on the basis of city population : : 1
i "You'd probably have some doubts posed water system. whereas alternatives one and two per capita Income, and several other
would have provided city-wide related factors. 231 N. Temple Ave. : r s 1
| NO INJURIES REPORTED service and a larger< capacity for The council decided to designate the {
II future expansion. revenue sharing funds for the recrea- .
When asked If the extra $8,000 could tion dept., $800, the fire dept., $622, We Accept Food Stamps
3 Cars Clash in 4 Chain Reaction Wrecks possibly be used for payments on the and the administration dept.
principal Interest of the current (professional fees-auditing), 1250. .
Cunningham attempted to turn right
Starke police were kept busy -
J Tuesday, Aug. 15, with two two car Into parking lot and drove on the
sidewalk when his vehicle stalled. The
accidents and two three car accidents : -
:: all on US-301 in which no Perry vehicle struck the Cunningham
injuries were reported. vehicle. Police estimated $400 4i
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damage to each car.
., Police reported Julie Lynn Grlffls of 1
Starke was stopped for a traffic light
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In a three car accident: at 4:30:
atSR-18 at noon with Dorothy Tanner Betty .
Thomas Albert and
Thompson I
Teston of behind. Ar'Ji
Lawtey
vehicle driven stopped Wilton Wardlaw Hensley were stopped for the traffic f*aThat's. ,
Paratet JoI{ ftada fay,Cty( struck tiie.,:J'"'attempted' fXVSJwiu.Bn/TO: cMngtJFIanea. Thompson"striking'the t7L"F l -' '''''' t..... rl' I ;;,;j
: Teston vehicle causing It to move forward 1
vehicle which struck a
Hensley
and strike the Griffls vehicle. the 1I
vehicle In southbound lane drivenby
Police estimated$275 damage to the Don G. Tunstall. All the drivers
Paratervehicle, $100 damage to the were from out of town. Thompson was I
p Teston vehicle and $73 damage to the charged with failure to drive in a a I

ti Griffin There vehicle.were no Injuries to the six single lane.

.w' made.passengers involved and no arrests Hensley Police estimated vehicle$Boo and damage$1,200 to the to Right School Time Again Ii IiII

j At 13:40: p.m. police reported Tunstall's car and boat II

I fi Samuel and Robert M. Hartzell Nelson Forker of New of Jersey Ocala ::/ When You Need School Or Office "

twere traveling south on US-301 when I
t Forker stopped for a red light. Police Dr. Joel F. KatzPODIATRIST
Hartzell did not and Need The
:: reported stop Supplies You ,
r. struck the Forker vehicle In the rear. a ; I
,Police estimated $500 damage to the eeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeoeeeeeeeThe i :: .1
Hartzell vehicle and $700 to the FOOT SPECIALIST Jol"1', r,.. :
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3:85: p.m. George L.Cunninghamand 4001 Newberry Road 1'f. .'4'\' ', ."
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John Perry, both out of towners.
were traveling north on US-301 when
Building D Suite 111 '"

Hampton Council Shop

Meeting Cancelled Gainesville, Florida Office

Hampton's Town Council meeting
scheduled for Tuesday, August 15, Phone 373.3077
was called off when a personal We Appreciate Your Business i
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called one councilman away
from problem the meeting and left the council Omitted From The Yellow 'j
'without a quorum. > And To Show You, How Much 1
Page Listing
Curtis
Town Council Chairman Ted
said the meeting will be rescheduled Under Podiatrists. Ask Our Friendly Girls For A I
for a future date which will be


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Area Counties to Battle rsntstsr SENIOR CITIZENS NEWSEnthusiasm


I 17 bills and two
passed
Is building daily and
Out-of-County Bills Letters phone calls personal contact resolutions. These bills and
deal with
from senior citizen organization and resolutions did not problems
candidates running (or office In the of the "elderly" only They covered

Representatives of 10 counties Butlons to offset medical expenses of 1979 session of the state legislatureindicated the Issues State concerning of Florida.the They population proved con-of
came out In support of a court battle indigents was snapped up by Dade a lively Candidate' Day cluslvley that the oldsters are not
challenging a state law which County making him skeptical. Forum of the North Central Florida back twiddling their thumbs
mandates that counties pay bills for "They Dade County) will take our Coalition of Senior Citizens next sitting and wishing for hand-outs. No!
Indigent patients who go outside their song and change the tune." said Tuesday Aug. 22 at the Civil Defense hoping showed by their comgfned
county of residence for hospital care MacKay. Adding he would like to see Building (and Farmer's Market They thousands of of experien @hat
held la the results of the pilot before complex) on US-301 north of Starke years
at a meeting Tuesday night! program should not be put out to pasture
Lake City at the Columbia County deciding If that would be the final from 10 a.m. until 3:30: p.m. and we forgotten after our year; of

courthouse.Agreement by these 10 counties to solution."The law can't stand the way it Is I it k. The public I I.invited. Registration I I. industrial productivity still become are involve over "We in
and
saidMacKay. .... Lunch will be served. are can
challenge the constitutionality of the there are no limitations, ,....h: f 1.50. the affairs of our state and nation' nd
1977 Health Care Responsibility Act He suggested a possible Two silver haired legislators, contribute well and wisely.
came at a meeting called by Jerry solution Is. for each county to be Jerry Thompson (far left) listens along with other county civil defense coordinators Anita Tassinarl. -
Scarborough, Suwannee County responsible on a per capita basis lie to Don Hank explain 191. program planning for IS North Florida Gainesville Representative and Senator Jewell The primaries will reduce the
Clerk. also said Shands was caught In the counties at a two-day seminar AUK. lo-It held at the North Florida Murray, Lake City, who were duly number of candidates cOl1lllder blr..
Union County representatives clerk middle when It came to appropriations Headquarters In Starke,on Edward Koad. elected through meetings and Of those left many are flagging
Robert Drlggers county attorney Hal before the legislature. the League of their efforts. Not sq<< with Mr. Vc 'non
Y. Maines, and commissioners Calling the problem of Indigent caucuses guided by contender foflthe
Local DisasterTo Olin from Lawtey
Takes will be with
a Women Voters present
health the "tip of the Iceberg, It Often
Gerald Griffis Sam Johns and Sidney care These two seasoned District school board seat. We f the
Todd agreed they would Join other MacKay said the real question Is whois largedelegatlons. front great faith in Vernon. His 1m
counties to challenge the constitutionality responsible for Indigent care since veterans on the elderly political and situ ion
Spark Interest in Civil Defense will add zest to the speeches and appraisal of each every
of the law. voicing their Intentions the Itxta Constitution does not fay. to the Democraticand and his stamina in getting ar nd.
to join In the court battle were "The bill Is not workable, not fair questions posed knocking on doors- especially I the
representatives from Baker, and not constitutional." MacKay County coordinators representing Also taking part in the seminar Republican candidates. rural areas,shows great fortitud nddetermination'
Columbia Dixie, GUchrlst, Hamilton, said suggesting the only way to settle 14 North Florida counties attended a were: Don Hanks, regional field Llp comb, directorof to win and giv< 'the
Lafayette Putnam, Suwannee and ''the responsibility was a court .suit to two day seminar Aug. 10-11 for Civil officer for National Civil Defense; Bill Mr.state E. Bentley Health and Rehabilitative people of Bradford County the
Tavlor counties. test it.When. Defense Planning for 1079 at the North Williams plan and operations the and Dr. experience, knowlege. and wlsdtWi. of
asked if the officer Mrs. Mary Kay Uuffln Services Department
by Scarborough Florida headquarters In Starke on ;
/ of the Area his 75 years.
Florida CD fiscal officer, and Mrs. William D. May director
Bradford County was notrepresented counties could expect help from the Edwards Road. will be /
but sent word to be kept legislature MacKay answered The state Is divided Into lour areas Judy Hecklnpaueh, natural disaster Agency on Aging Program
informed on the progress of the Issue frankly. "It Is government by crises and Bradford and Union counties coordinator for Florida CD. featured in our audacious agenda. Visitors to our club were C Celia
Scarborough said he also received and when there is a crises govern- along with 10 other counties are In the Natoli, Maria Chellimmi ew
word from several other counties they ment works very well Indeed. If you North Florida area, said Jim lul/.cll, "Civil defense depends on the push Incidentally,Mr. Llpscomb adoptedthe Jersey and Lucy and Larne
crises of the county commission; it is only as Idea of silver haired legislators Vtellons, Hampton.
would be willing to join the court guys( create a something gets area CD co-ordinator. "
battle. done." said MacKay. strong as county government said from the aspirations of the Senior
The Health Care Act makes each Rep. George Crady, D-Yulee, and Attending were Bradford County Dalzell. He added it often takes a Citizens movement In the State of
responsible for hospital bills Rep Wayne Hollingsworth, D-Lake CD director Jerry Thompson and disaster to begin thinking about civil Missouri which convened a very Happy Birthday, Mariii Chcl ni!
county 'defense, referring to the $5 million successful legislative session three All come out to our Candidati Day
Incurred by Its Indigent patients, no City both said they would do whatever Union County CD director Ernest
matter where in Florida the patient is necessary to solve the problem. "Andy" Anderson.The tornado damages in Alachua County years ago. Forum next Tuesday, Aug. 22. the
treated.At Malnes speaking for the Union two day seminar showed coordinators earlier this year. Civil Defense Building!! at t ag
a meeting In December Stands County delegation, said the 1978-79 how to plan ahead for their Dalzell said civil defense posture Is All Jacta Este! Our'' silver haired complex on US-3U1 north of ti rke
Teaching Hospital officials said that budget did not Include any money for county CD program using local funds now stronger since the Carter anions met In Tallahassee in mid-July from 10 a.m. until 3'30 p.m.
counties that balk at paying for Indi- Indigent care and $25,0(10( In bills with matching federal money administration Is becoming more
gent health services at regional hospitals already presented had not been paid. Included in the session was how to aware of the problem and a reorganization The plot of Longfellow', poem Evangelina/ wai told
could have the bill taken from Maines Scarborough, Columbia properly fill out paperwork. is taking place at the top level. to him ,by writer Nathaniel Hawthorn.
their state revenue sharing money. county commissioner Rodney Dicks
Scarborough headed a session In and Putnam County Welfare Director! .
February to discuss the same question Sandra Goembel were asked to head
but no action was taken waitingto up a committee to have the problem
see If remedies were made this past placed on the agenda of the state 1
legislative session. county commissioners association
Sen.Kenneth"Buddy" MacKay.D- meeting to be held In September and FOOD
Ocala, said Tuesday night a pilot to also approach the state county .z
program establishing a trust fund attorneys association for support of
with counties making annual contri- litigation. '

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TELEGRAPII Pa,."
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Terry Lee Baker, 20. of Florida poll +saM.d use\ Walter Thompson Auff II. and placed him in the Brad-- 'I; ": i'
Street In $Stark, remained in Brad- 18, with shotgun on a street In'' the ford County jail. News t
ford County jail) Wednesday morning Reno area Police reported llarve\ was Involved Professional j,
charged aggravated assault and Police reported finding more than in a dispute at Laws Tavern on ',
possession of more than 10 grams of to grams of marijuana In Baker'car,, Madison Streen when he left and went Army recruiter SPC Bernie Fowler I',' .
marijuana which was Impounded. to his nearby home and wax returnedto has been assigned to Starke and will '
Baker was arrested by Starke Starke pollee also arrested Ralph the bar with a shotgun when he was be available to talk to Interested men :
police Saturday. Aug 12, after he Richard Harvey 51 of Starke Friday. intercepted by the police. and women Monday and Tuesday ;, }

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MOST LUBE OIL & FILTER I !
SHOCKS CARS Rockln' Round the Clock was the theme song for these First Methodist .
$1 088 Church members Saturday. they rOC'ke.a..ay for 12 hours, from 7 a.m. to T !
LIGHT Most Car & $8TUNEUP 88 p.m. As of Saturday at noon S4JS had been pledged with all proceeds going I p I
Installed
4 FOr$5000 TRUCKS Light Trucks towards a new fellowship hall.Pictured above stuffing tubes to be used later In a t r
Christmas wreathes, are. I l-rt D raise Winkler Gene tennetl. Todd Denton and ,
COMPLETE FRONT.END'HEELS Carmen Haves: (back) Len Eaves and Greg Thornton,Jay Eaves and Tammy !
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White Sooke Denton also participated In the 12hr. rock-a-thon.:
\ & BRAKE SERVICEFIRESTONt native of..".........., Fowler "
. has been In the Army 19 years and has ".
6 Cyl.. Most served two tours In Vietnam one tour ''I
15X8 $ 88 STAR liE OCec.$2688 Angered Dick Tillman Presents $1,842 in Korea and me tour In Europe. He r .{
Most LugPatterns recently returned from Europe to j )
Iqn,s4'' Check for Delinquent Utility Bills serve another l tour<< as a recruiter for i I ,
the Army. : '.
Fowler currently lives Intiainesvlllewith r' i I
964-6436 U.S. 301 N. Starke, Fla. 964-6436 Dick Tillman former owner of personally presented a check for his family. He said he Is I I
Starke's Sonny's Barb-cue, 11,842.16 to the Starke City Interested In bass fishing and hunting I
Commission Tuesday night to cover and would welcome any local :
delinquent utilities bills owed to the Information
ritv.nJ nlrw0> .'March.._._.. nf thin 0'-_ year._ .r..owVIII. I____..b. __ta c...... HI 1_"UHIIBCV" .1__*. :
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Tillman ,was angered by a recent accept collect calls: at his home from I I
article In the Telegraph that reported interested men and women at 3775171. I
1 Commissioner Joe warren's small .
FOOD claims court actions taken against SP4 Mike DcSue from Starke will I I,
1.R businesses and residences owing operate the recruiting trailer Monday :
money to the city. The article stated thru Friday ; 'I'
that Tillman owed fl.S37.70: on ;
Sonny's utilities bills and $204.99 on
FAIR his home's bllla.Requesting I
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: Dr Bobby Lee Hutchinson a
equal time for when he Chiropractic Physician. will soon be
paid the overdue bills.Tillman stated located In his new office at the
that he did not have a gripe with the Pinetree Plaza Shopping Center In i.
commissioners,he just questioned the Orange Park.
newsworthiness of the article. Located at the Intersection of I

LARGE FRESH GRADE A When asked why he had not paid the Avenue Blandmg, his Boulevard office will and be adjacent Kingnloy to :: "
VIVA PUNCH DOZEN five month old bills earlier Tillman Point 0' View. First Murk Realty, lie : I '
0 said"It was merely negligence on my plans to begin his practice on or I
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TOWELS LAUNDRY : part. before September IS. 1978.
llutchinson was born and raisedin
59c Jacksonville He Is graduate of
GIANT 'ROLLS DETERGENT w aAt-tAaa. Landon High School in Jacksonvilleand

ASSORTED SAVE 3oe __ __----A_.'_ FLORIDA Lincoln Chiropractic College In
iL Indianapolis. Indiana. lie did port
-d THEATRECall graduate work Winchester Indians
C before moving to Moornville. North .
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BOX Starke 004-5451 practice In July 19tt5.! ,
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Fit Thru Tues. Involved In (the North Carolina

p fts4 osr :1" P.Jw.I1Poa.') +4""r fk 1 z 0" Chiropractic. : Association for live pant *..*
P urea. Oranje juW ga'* r i:fynarmni: lui**erV '
mists Treasurer Vice President and Prcsi- \
Fyne Taste Franks u w h* 88* ji- 'dent Designate In 1977 (the Governorof 1
l 4t/ Hum MX ants Kentucky honored him with he '
Beef Franks 1ht nil 98d zi' Kentucky Colonel Humanitarian
I 1 WI a., tiward In IU7H he had the honor of I
Fyne Taste Bologna MM }1"n< becoming 'Honorary Lieutenant
aDfff,p.a sap Governor of North Carolina by
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11' ..ra ,l>r, Hutchinson and his wife Linda, I
Pantry Pride Biscuits M,4/49d 20AxelRods have two children ages ten and six.
living natives of Jacksonville. Dr.llutrhmson '
Sour Cream m. 59 ir and his wife are looking
I arm forward to returning home to be of
: t I : : Les Cal Yogurts IN ail 4/M/ 1 jr service to the people in this area.

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FRISH PORK ; mciit-luwn and garden, construction
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[wryesrterhla Zerex) rt wt art pleawt to veterans from seeking Gl I home loans,

CRICKETLIGHTER MOTOR ANTI FREEZE U.S..JL' FOOD' I \\\\111-\ the wants Veterans these veterans Administration to know VAi.that

( their spouse* salary can be countedIn
DISPOSABLI COUPONS 1 1I I the loan amount for

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LISTERINE TYLENOL ; DIAL PIZZA ''_ sufficient to qualify him or her for the
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yRichard 8"t& OBITUARIES ,;;,.: .a Born In Bradford County, and living
Henry Barrett, H, of Lawtey diedSunday .t here all Ms life, Mr. Crosby was a
.
Aug 13, while on vacation In and Alfred Barrett d Tallahassee; Hugh L Br.welee i Jtt. farmer and a member of the Oedan
four sisters Mrs. Louise Baptist Church.
Ga : WUford of 71 '
Commerce
Monticello Mrs. Myrtle Herndon of Hugh L. Brownlee k of New Survivors) Include his wife
Bron In Monticello, Fla Mr. Barrett Orleans died 2 Lydia /D gr
Aug. as a result of a
lived most of his life In Lawtey. He Madison Mn. Mary Willis of Monti- heart condition. Groover Crosby of Brooker; two
cello and Mrs. Mill.of : daughters Mrs. Winifred
Marjorie Bainbridge Howard.
correctional officer at union -
was a Brownlee born and raised in Starke
Correctional Institution and a Ga., and 13 grandchildren and a graduate, of Bradford High Jacksonville,and Mrs. Ann Prevail nit
Clearmont; one son, James P. rb sAI..JI
member of Highland Baptist Church. School, was the former chief,of the
of
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Brooker. a brother
Operations Division of the New C.E. Crosby of Jacksonville
Mamie Wilkerson Barrett of Lawtey; ; a sister
Orleans District of the Army Corps of
two sons William of Lawtey and Funeral services: were held Engineers.Mr. Mrs. Gertrude Waters), Dundee, 11
James Barrett of Ray town Mo.; Wednesday, Aug. 18, In Highland Brownlee Is the son of the late children.grandchildren and 5 great-grand
three daughters: Mrs Kathy Knights Baptist Church with Rev. John Hugh Brownlee who owned and
of Starke Mrs. Melba Lou Sassmann Chastlne. Rev. J.C Willard and Rev. Brownlee's Seed and Feed Services were held Tuesday August
L.C. Tyler officiating. Burial followedin operated 15, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Archer
of Kansas City, Mo. and Mrs. Gloria Store at Brownlee and Cherry Streets ai.
Kerby of Mellon, Ala.; four brothers: Long Branch Cemetery. Archer- where Draw-Tite now stands. Funeral Home In Lake Butler, with
the Rev.
J.W and Franklin Barrett, both of Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was Survivors Include his wife, Rosa! Lonnie Parker and Rev. ,
Lacy Conway
Monticello, Howard of Itchetucknee, In charge of arrangements. Leviton I Brownlee, also born and in the Dedan officiating.Cemetery Burial under was the

raised In Starke; a daughter Mrs direction of Archer Funeral Home In 7'
Rosemary B. flatten oi Brussels Lake Butler.
Belgium; two soro: HughL. Brownlee In lieu
of flowers
donations
III! SAVE UP TO 40 NOW and Morris L. Brownlee of New made to the Dedan Cemetery may be '
Orleans, and two sitters: Mrs Association Brooker.
Charles Stiff of Salt Springs and Mrs
21" TORO REAR BAGGER James R. (Madge) Chastain of .....1....., tr LevY _

Miami. Mr. Brownlee's wife's father
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WITH KEY-LECTRIC START S.P was a former Starke merchant.Mr. Mrs. Pearl Starling

Brownlee retired in December Mrs. Pearl Starling 63, of Lawtey Pastor Roman Alvares of Pine el Baptist Church Stark and Ills. wife
't Model2oe90 NOW $32995Reg. 1973 after 40 years of federal service died Sunday,Aug. 13, In North Florida .Betty pOle with Missionaries to Africa.Francis and Marie Miller.
'381U15 He formerly held positions a* Regional Hospital In Gainesville aftera
e superintendent of the New Orleans brief Illness.
district asphalt river bank paving Born In Lawley, Mrs. Starling lived
30 OFF plant and chief of hired labor forces! her entire life there. She was a homemaker .
21" Recoil Start. Self Propelled Memorial services will be and member of the Baptist Missionary Couple Heads
No. 20515..4 H.P conducted here In Starke on a date \to Church.
Reg. '329.95 $29995 be announced. The body Wa Survivors Include: three daughters, t.*
cremated: Interment will be in Mrs. Carolyn Griffis of Starke, Mrs. i
25 OFF21"WHIRLWIND Crosby Lake Cemetery. Linda Smith of Holland and Mrs. For Four Years 't

.............. Margaret Bryan of Raiford; two sons,
? James Alford Starling of
Sell-Propelled. Re-Coll $ 1 Macclenny
t JL 9495NO Mrs.Nina Bell Caldwell and Roger W. Starling of Lawtey;
18287 Reg 219.95 three sisters Mrs Dorothy Mae

Mrs. Nina Bell Caldwell 76. of Tentone of Starke Mrs. Joyce Carterof In Ghana
Putnam Hall died Saturday, Aug. '12. Lakeland and Mrs. Gladys Griffls Developing *
d-CON four/gone Palatka. of Lawtey; three brothers. Earl and ,

Born in Hllteborough.. Indiana Sept J.D. Prevail both of Lawtey, and
I ROOM FOGGER IB, 1901, she moved here five years Albert Prevatt of Starke; and nine A husband and wife missionary team Miller will have his pickup truck and
; ago from Indianapolis, Indiana. She grandchildren. affiliated with the Pine Level Baptist A small refrigerator shipped In'The
was a retired inspector with the Funeral services will be held Church debarked July 29 for a four refrigerator would cost "about
I Kills Fleas And 16 Other Household Insect Pests In Diamond Chain Company, member of Thursday Aug 17. at 11 a.m. In the year mission In Ghana a West African 1.500 In Ghana and though it will
4 Hours- Just Set It a Leave It. the Presbyterian Church, and a First Baptist Church with Rev. Ben country located on what used to cost close to 4,000 tax: dollars to ship
member of the North Park O.E.S Bryant officiating. Burial will followIn be called the Ivory Gold Coast. his $8,000 truck Into the country a
$288 2 r ,$/l98 Chapter 404 In Indianapolis.. Dyal Cemetery. Francis and Marie Miller plan to similar truck would cost "$23,000 in
Peg *3" Survivors Include two brothers, F.G ................. spend the next four years In the deve- Ghana If It was available."
Thornton of Putnam Hall, and RobertE. loping nation, then return to the Eggs are $4 a dozen a chicken runs
Thornton of Orlando; one sister Mrs.Elizabeth Strickland1 United States for one year before about $16 and other cheap American
Mrs. Alice Morris of Port Charlotte going back to Ghana for another four Items are just as high.priced In Ghana
HAHN RIDERS Funeral services were held Tuesday. Mrs.Elizabeth Moyer Strickland 55, year mission. and will be flown in. Some necessities
AuIS, In the DeWItt C. Jones of Kingsley Lake died Saturday. Aug Why would a middle-aged American just can't transported\ like a placeto
Funeral Home Chapel in Keystone 12. in St. Vincents Hospital In couple devote eight years of their life live. Rent in Ghana Is $400-800
$110 OFF Heights with Dr. James R. Neale, Jr Jacksonville following' a lingering to a third-world country? That's without furniture or'utilities.
officiating. Burial was in ,Melrofce illness. "The people down there just want Though It sounds too expensive to
Cemetery. Born In Jacksonville March 10,1923, missionaries so badly,". Reverend pull off, the Miller's seemed to haveno
j' s Mrs.Strickland had lived at Kingsley Miller answered as he lunched in worrys about their eight 'year
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RIDERS Feature ....... .
a' \ HAHN Lake for 31 years. She WI'S a member Starke before leaving, "They are mission.
Eugene B.Crosby,75: or the First United Methodist Church hungry for Christian teaching. They Their casual attitude speaks highlyof
24 Yr. Limited Warranty On of Starke, past president of the have the New Testament they just churches that provide the finan

W The Transaxle- Eugene B Crosby, 75, of Brooker. Methodist Women, Ladies Sunday need to be taught doctrine. Ghana cial and moral support .for the
died Sunday morning, August 13, at School Class leader, and a member of even encourages Americans to cometo ,,missionary couple.
Automotive Type Steering his home after an apparent heart the Starke Woman's Club. the country and teach religion Pine Level Baptist Pastor Roman
Survivors Include her husband, Frow classes in their schools and universities. Alvarez estimated his church gives
Floating Front Axle W. Strickland; three daughters Mrs. ." nearly $bOO a week to missionary
.Disc Brakes Elaine Thornton Mrs. Cynthia Though they say they will have all groups including the Millers and
attack.MY1OM Rowell, and Miss Gloria V. Stricklandall their needs taken care of by Pine others In Peru Mexico and elsewhere
SEE HAHN BEFORE of Kingsley Lake; two sons Level Baptist and the other "100 or around the world. He says money and
You Rider Stephen M. Strickland and Stuart F so" churches around the country that supplies from the Starke church go to
Buy Any
Strickland both of Kingsley Lake; her will band together to fund their more than 30 missionaries,
mother Mrs. Marion Moyer of mission the Miller's can tell tales of "At this time we're active in 'a
Jacksonville; one brother, J, Greig West African life that would cause a pioneer project to put missionaries In
7 HP.-26" Cut: 8HP-30"Cut Moyer of Keystone Heights; one less devoted couple to put in for a less the Arctic Circle territory," Alvarez
CAlL sister, Mrs. Vereen Riccardi of North stringent mission. added. "That's Eskimo country andrea
Recoil Start Recoil Start f 6.411flEDE Miami Beach;.and three, grandchildren. "The biggest threat to us Is II}',.'''a frontier t' basn"tAWdrer br
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malaria/ ,. 1\Jy r.f111erlsaid.. iI11i.r.u.: _
.iesN: $i G8995 ig:' $ 74495 Graveside funeral' ,services were "Outsiders ''are much" ,more susceptible whtl1tfjVefsttlii'Qoty \1'd'
'854. held Monday Aug. ,14: at Kingsley to it than the Ghanians who promote missionary excursions the
1Speckd Lake Cemetery with Rev. George L. develop an immunity. We'll have to link between the Millers and Pine
Harper officiating Burial was In the have medicine shipped down withus Level Baptist Church.
latewn.narender family plot with DeWitt C Jones ," "1 surrendered life to missionarywork
my
8 8 11 H.P. With Electric Start At Same Savings. r Funeral Home In charge of arrange- Food Is cooked outside the home, and to Pastor Alvarez when he was
dl.cowntaAugust. 20D.eeberdl. ?t ments. outdoor kitchens are still in use In the with a church in Arlington Texas".
most modern motels in Ghana leavingthe Rev. Miller said and the bond
At! '-_ W. meats and fruits of dinner open to continued when Rev. Alvarez moved
LOIIIDA
GARDEN & NURSERY CENTER ACAPULCO INN.BEACHCOMER.MAYAN. African insects. Rice, fruit and fish back to Starke to head pine Level.
sTe INN make the bulk of the country
ISLANDER BEACH LODGE CARD OF TIIANKS up Baptist.
ONTnOL 539 E Call St Starke. Fla. TREASURE ISLAND'/11'1'SHERAfOll We would like to thank each and people's diet and Mrs. Miller
INN DAYTON SHORES professes that she'll have to "learn to
Phone 964-5745 *Clll toll frtt lot/.iwvtr'o/il oi tntaimtt'on Oulnatflotlltl everyone for their kind expressions of live with those foods"
.
ewaucAL co (SOOl 8ft 1430 Or hlvt Htv9l e .I r rMM (gRRO :
your avr during the recent loss of
sympathy items will have to be shipped
Starke. Fla. 32091 e.xor ON U*>MM .PO BOirttrsio Many ?SAS .c
Daytona B..c. /", fiotia*37018 our,loved one. down to the couple Items that are
The Family of readily accesible In America are
t Glenn K. Hundley either not available or carry sky-high Don't throw out the liquid
price tags in Ghana markets. from canned vegetables.


Rent Subsidy Program Benefits -

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Now II The Tim. Of The Tear Annials Neel I Lot Of Mlaorab.'
A federal program designed to Finally, If a landlord wishes to
aid low and moderate Income participate, he retains the right
p4 CI)
families In finding decent a ; 4ry to select. his residents from
housing they otherwise could not eligible families, as long as he
afford can also be a means for does not discriminate on the We Have Also In 4 LB
landlords to Increase their profits basis of race, color, creed, sex or
and cut down on the normal I risks national' origin.
involved in renting to the public. Diamond Trace MineralCrysal
Families and elderly (U2 years
Q GWsO 'or older) or handicapped Individuals
The federal Department of are eligible for consideration Get Your Strawberry Brick
Housing and Urban '
DevelopmentHUD If their adusted| Income does not
( ) Section B Existing exceed federally established
Housing Assistance Payments N55 Income limits for an area. The Animals
Program Is being administeredby lft hlC1l major benefit to tenants In the Plastic Now
the Florida Department of program Is that the amount the For
Community Affairs and the tenant pays for rent, plus utility Salt
Suwannee River Economic allowance, will not exceed 25 per
Council In eight counties North .If the tenant family leaves the cent of his or her adfusted $34 7 0 All
Central Florida. These countiesare unit In violation of the .lease, DCA Income. DCA will send the Also Pe RoN Your
Bradford, Dixie, Hamilton will pay the owner 10 percent of portion of the rent the tenant .
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee. the contract rent for up to 40 doesn't pay to the landlord. The Farm'
Taylor and Union. days, or the date of the lease tenant may choose new place to Trace Pick Up And Save
expiration, whichever. comes live, or stay In his or her present
Oscar Crowell, of the Florida first. housing. The place the tenant Price Increase On Sept 6 th Needs
Department of Community chooses must pass DCA's housing Mineral I
Affairs (DCA), says mat the quality Inspection. The rent To '36ro Roll
program can mean apartments Any rental housing Including cannot be higher than the rent '
houses and mobile homes In these single' family dwellings, apart limit established for an area. .. Sulfur Don't Wait. Come See
counties will have a lower menfs and mobile homes, Finally the lease between the t
vacancy rate, thus more Income qualifies as long' It Is In decent tenant and the landlord must
for owners. He said the state sate and sanitary condition, and meet OCA'S approval. Or Us,
program Is able to finance the rent falls within federally .
housing for 150 dwelling units and established Fair Market Rent ,
applications are now being limits. Any landlord or low or moderate Plain 'Salt '
accepted. Income family wishing to qualify :t

(for the 'program should contact ..... -
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Because of strict requirementsby Every month the landlord Johnny Peterson, Housing I
HUD landlords are protected receives two check one from Assistant. ,* Rev. Ellis Fann,
against damage and breaking of the family, representing no more' Housing Directory or Louise Your Headquarters '
leases by tenants. In general, a than 15% of family 'Income and Newman Loan Processor, "<. .
landlord will benefit from the one from DCA for the difference ",.. Suwannee River Economic: 4 '.'
program because Ms vacancy between the family's paymentand Council Box 70, Live Oak '
rates will be down, there will be the actual rent. Paymentswill Florida 1200. 04)M2-S425.) Water Softener Solvent
shorter periods of vacancy for be made for the term of the
the units he owns,and he Is likely specified .lease. This can be for as ,
to have a more stable and long as three year and not lessthenone :
conscientious tenant population.There year. ;: / 80 lbe Bag 40 Lisa NuggetsI


are more concrete advantages. l..r! ii ,
The first Is the fact that the
All
owner can evict a family'
Guest IIOUSML.HO.R ; $290 $213O
owner may require as a M,.urltydeposit only after following eviction
the family's portion of the procedures established by HUD ,
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I LAWTEYCHUncii :

PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes of Mr. and Mrs, George Kelly
,, ? OF GOD Sunday School Mrs. Jewel Wade of Tampa Is ften.atteth TerryCommunity Brunswick, Ca. were Miss Joyce Corley of Jacksonville
10 a.m, Worship Service u a.m. aDd spending some time with her sister, r..711W381. Mr. and Tundar.dlMerIIIftItsof pent a week with her friend Miss
1 pm Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7P.BIJ. Mrs Fred Moore. They spent Friday Mrs Eileen Kelly and son of Robin Sanders
,. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Moore's daughter, Mr Jacksonville were long weekend Rev.and Mrs Charles Starling and
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday Anne Andrews, who is spending some the world's largest underground Mm. Trscl Cox al Htwey-ln-th! guests of her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs family spent a week sight
School, 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 Ume at Kingsley Lake called the Lost Sea, From there to I4W1 spent a week with her parents. George Kelly. through Smoky Mountain Nation
ajn. and 7 p.m., Training Union 6 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and Gatlinburg and then Cherokee, N.C. Mr. and M.... Georce Kelly. Her Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and Park and went to Opry Land. They
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 children of Black Mountain, N.C. and spent one day at Santa Land. husband Joined her Saturday and they Cynthia went to Disney World in visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Malone in
;BJH. ,- visited their aunt Miss Elizabeth .They returned home m Tuesday. left for home on Sunday. Orlando on Friday and Saturday. Clay, Ky.
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Program Terry, on Tuesday afternoon. They Barry and Stacto Gnann.children of M.... Margie Reddish and sons Mr. Andrew McCombs and Mr.
,on WPXE a.m.Sunday Bible School spent a week with !their parents Mr. Mr.and Mrs.Jimmy Grams spent the ,.Mrs. Wyokno Day and son Keith. Donald and Randall, of State Farm Katie Smith were united in marriageAug.
<10 a.m., Worship Service 11 a." and and Mrs Willie Green near Starke. weekend with their aunt Mrs. Vetadta Mrs. Lucille T. Daniel Brown and Chuck Williams of Starke were 10, In Folkslon, Ga.. and will be
:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting M.... Joyce Bennett returned homeon Lovelace, in Gainesville. went to Putnam Hif.Key sod visited Mr. Sunday dinner guests of her parents, living In their trailer In Lawtey..
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Sunday morning, Aug. 6, after Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen of and Mrs. HE. Biv s. and their son Mr. and Mrs. Let McOeUaa: Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson were
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH vacationing for five weeks with her ValdosU, Ga. were Sunday dinner Brian of Waycross, Ga. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Kelly have weekend guests of their mother Mr*.
,,Sunday School 8:40: a.m.. Worship mother Mrs. G. Pinnell and other guest or Mr. and Mr. 0.... Boyetteand. 1 's mother Mrs. J.B. Taylor. Sr.. moved into their new brick home next Mabel Boyetle and their brother-in-
Service 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. relative of Bristol, England We are .family.Friends of Jacksonville. .door to their son and dnightertn-Uw!\ law and dater Mr. and Mr..ltal
Training Union 8:3O p.m.. PrayeihMeeting happy' to have her home. Hamilton of Jacksonville with whom.
on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Kenneth Shuford and Mr*. of Harold Eunice regret to their mother.lives.
i. Grace United methodlsti Sunday Tina Wilkinson were hostesses for a learn that be is a patient i* Bradford ..-- -u- 4-H !----. Mr. and 101... B.L. Wllklson, Jr. of
.School 9:45 a.m., Worship Services 11 stork shower for Mrs Danny Bennett County; Hospital. Our prayers are with Lawtey Jacksonville were Sunday dinner
:a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Methodist Youth at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Shufordon ., guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
(Fellowship it 6:30 p.m. Sunday night Monday night. There were 15 him.Mr. far Breads Strottd B.L. Wilkison Sr. I
i Choir Practice Wednesday at 7:15: persons present They played three and Mr. Ralph Ftttch and Lawtey 4-H action has not slowed Gee Shawn Hart, Brand Herndon Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent a
p.m. games after which Mrs. Bennett children of Black Mountain N.C. down even though it's summer.Junior Monroe Herndon Sherry Herndon week's vacation In the mountains
$ HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday opened her gifts.The hostesses served stopped by Sunday moraine n their Counselor camp was held at Camp Ken Howard Barbie Newport Susie They visited Hock City, Ruby Falls
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 miniature sandwiches, cake and way home for a short visit with their McQuarrie, In Ocala from June 12-1$. Newport Khandlce Stroud. Marvin and Cherokee Town.They also went to
a.m. and 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting punch.Terry. aunt Miss Elisabeth Terry. Their Tony Anderson attended on scholarship Wright Jr., and Mary Wright! Billy Maggie Valley and had dinner there.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Futch of Jacksonville Beach brother-in-law and date Mr. and and served M counselor at 4-H Stroud was a visiting guest and They visited their brother-in-law and
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School visited his aunt. Miss Elizabeth Mrs. Riley Sweat of Starke, went ,Summer Camp Cherry Lake. Lawtey chaperone were Mrs. Helen sister Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant at
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Terry, on Friday afternoon. home with them for a visit Conservation: Camp was held at Doe Wright Brenda Stroud and William Callahan on their way home.
7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Mrs Jimmy Gnann. Barry and Mr. Hester Hick and granddaughter Lake Ocala from June 2630. Stroud. Mrs. Audrey Fatzinger and her son
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Stacie have returned from several *, Mia then and !Nancy Kenneth Howard attended on scholar. A hamburger-hot dog cook-out: will Jimmy and two other boys Carl and
y MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST day's vacation. They spent two days Shuford went to Orange Park ship. HarsenunsMp School was held be held on Saturday. August 2* to Allen of Tampa and al o Mrs Evelyn
'CHURCH: Sunday School 10 a.m., and nights at Six Flags In Atlanta. Saturday night for a Debutant Party June 18-24 at WeUka and was begin our new 4-H year New Zink were Sunday dinner and
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Ga., then visited Lake Winnepasuaka. for her great niece Miss Robin Mann, attended by Khandlce Stroud and her members and old members are overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Training Union 6 p.m., Prayer Chattanooga Choo Choo, Rock City given by her parents, Mr and Mrs. horse Cody along with Shawn Hart Invited to attend but please call Mrs. Donald Wilklson.
Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30: Lookout Mountain, Ruby Falls in Spanky Mann. There were about ISO and her horse Buck. 4-11 Summer Howard 782-3010 for further Info loin Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville
p.m. NORTH8IDB BAPTIST Chattanooga, Tenn. They spent three people present and they served delicious Camp was held July 17-21 at Cherry mation.A spent the> weekend with her sister
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship days and nights in Opry Land, and attended refreshments.Mrs. Lake. gratified welcome goes to our Miss Billie Doreen Wilson andbrothers
Service 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer the Grand Old Opry on Friday Frankie Eunice and children Attending on scholarships were valued new leaders: Jack Anderson Bill and Ray.
Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. night. They visited the Hermitage, of Chattanooga Tern a few James OrTeman, Debbie Orleman Horse I Project; Barbara Anderson, Mr.and Mrs. MikeCrapseof Starke !
SMYRNA MISSIONARY House of Cash they also visited the with her mother spent Louie Bruce Howard Jody Rising and Horticulture and Crochet Project; were Sunday guests of their parents
BAPTIST 'Sunday School 10 a.m., homes of Johnny Cash Roy Orbison kyle Payne of Orange Spring her Genie Rising. Other members attend-. Jackie Bradley, Sewing I Protect; Mr. and Mrs. Ceclll1llrdt...
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. and Bob Luman.On :randmother, Mr*. T.!.. Walnwrigher Ing were Becky Anderson ,Sheila Shirley Cribbs.Steer Project; ShirleyRising Miss Cecelia Chamberlin is en-
BTS 5:45 p.m.. Prayer Meeting on Sunday they left Nashville for in-laws Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson, Tony Anderson. Budd Macrame Project; Carol rolling at Florida Junior College
Wednesday! at 7 p.m. Sweetwater Tenn. where they visited Eunice. .and other relatives. Belanger Wayne Cribbs Melissa Slater Veterinary Science: Project; Jacksonville this week. She will be
Teen Leader Ella Mann and Junior living in Orange Park for her
Leader, Betty Herndon. A super freshman year. ': ?
welcome back goes to our last year Mr and Mrs Paul Wolfe and two
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I t News returning leaders: Charlene Howard. daughters of Jacksonville weri-

.... urtl. Study. Sunday School 10 a.m. Love- Club Leader and Project leader for ,Sunday luncheon guests of Miss"
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u r-1 a K feast 3 p.m.Bradford. Entomology. Swine and Livestock; Arthurlne Blanchard.
,Phone W4-C683 Ebeneicr Baptist Church Each "Family night" program at 8 p.m. County Branch NAACP Rena Henri xi. Horse II Project;
NOTICE! Bradford County Tuesday at 8 p.m. Bible Class August 18. You are invited to attend. will sponsor its annual Banquet Shirley "port, Cake Decorating;
Christian Literary Society is planning Thursday 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Choir rehearsal for Choir No. 3 will Saturday Aug. 21 at 7:30: p.m. for the and ll.'l.n' Wujjht, Sewing II. RIVER'S SHOE REPAIR
a Labor Day Celebration honoring aU Triday Choir 1 and 2 will observe their be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, Bradford Branch NAACP at NewBethel ..l.nu.n"aweanreadyforanew ; tat can, ai.... ru.
working people September 4, at 7:30: anniversary at 8 p.m. All membersare and Aug. 24 at 6 p.m. Baptist Church All members year d" hard work \learning, and 1 1srui6rs/
p.m. This program will be presentedat asked to cooperate with all Pleasant Grove Unite MethodistChurch \ and citizens'are invited. fun to share with our youth ......11 LJ
The Church of God In Christ North activities. Bertis Robinson, president. : Every first and second of .
The regular monthly meeting the Our first meeting is planned for .. .. ((7W
Pine Street. You are Invited to attend. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Morning Monday Young Adult choir rehearse Concerned Citizens will be held Aug. Thursday September 7 at Lawtey .Camss I N.avf liatharSlltehlRC
Junior choir
Service 11 a.m. Each Tuesday Young rehearses 24,at 7:30: p.m.in the HJ.E. complex. Elementary.
CnURCII'NEWS The New Bethel Baptist Church: at 7 p.m. Wednesday Prayer
St. John Missionary Baptist Vacation Bible School will present its Meeting. Thursday 7 p.m. Bible II
Church: St. John Community Prayer
Band will observe Its fourth c VAN H. PRIEST STORE

anniversary August 21,25,and 28, at 7 stay
p,m. each night. Sister Juanita Felton '
Chairman and Sister Charlie Mae Is Ready.For
Moore, Vice-Chairman. with _.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Sunday, BACK TO SCHOOL
August 27, Memorial Day will be observed -
at 11 a.m. and 3, p.m. Rev. MacKAY '
Willie Huffman pastor. i Again
Greater Bethlehem Freewill
.. This Is The 53rd Year
Baptist Church: Last Monday the As North Florida enters critical: period the 6th District must
Tiny Meeting Tots each rehearsed Tuesday at at 6:30.: 7:30: Prayer p.m. continue to have a strong effective vote in Tallahassee Buddy And The Assortment Is The Best Yet!!!

The All Male Chorus rehearses each MacKay: offers the honesty,experience and proven leadership to t
Wednesday. Thursday (tonight) the get things done In a Legislature controlled: more and more by big
Senior Choir will rehearse at 8 p.m. city politicians.: With your support, he will continue to represent' CHECK SE SPECIAL..BUYS..
Story,Hour"Is set at the church at 7:30: .,,, all the people of the 6th District-not special Interests. He'sorUJnftforyoUto .
The 'Junlo '' ... ,... '- ": : .. ... .. "" .
pm. .rbgu;, rehearses, .b.-- :;? MpJ-'iJ! 'f""r:06t: _M+wrdrprgy fro n1r' :: "' 9 ;
Saturday,Aug.,1U>1a Sunday-School nrtPluft. e wrn. 5opp0ft1"h6M8'ru1e"-norrtoreUfe( mandated. program "" I: n ; Package Of 3 '
will hold a Bazaar and Fund Day without state funding Write Right
" beginning at 9:30: a.m. Sunday School provide needed tax relief tor property owners-remove ; ) ,;(
9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. educational costs from local property taxes i BIC I' .
Dinner 12:30: p.m. Evening Worship 6 South Florida Interests from using North Florida i a' I
prevent SCHOOL SPECIAL /: ff
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p.m.Free Canaan True Church of God water resources to solve their problems /:11)r "; .
In Christ: Monday 7:30: p.m. Prayer reduce auto and workmen's compensation insurance rates BALL POINT PENS ).
Meeting. Each Wednesday at 7 p.m. I 2 Medium Points 1 / .;: 300 Count
Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 1 Fine Point Per Pack -
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 11/1111/ ? I : '
Mt. Morlah United Methodist t ,
Church: Double choir rehearsal for Pkgs. $ For SSe
Choirs 1 & 2 Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. 3 12q
Choir No. 1 will sing at Ebenezer For "
Church Friday at 8 p.m. AU
ladies of the choir are asked to be

prevent for the anniversary activity. t I 3 Ring

The First Born Church of The ,1 ...-._., .. -
Living God: Tuesday 7:45: p.m.
Prayer Service. Friday 7:45: p.m. are: c raeiTV vinn Binder {
Tarrying Services. Sunday School r 1'T! ,':'
10:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11:30 N y r
a.m. YPCW p.m. You are invited. / "." I. : T With Handle
Mt. Plsgab A.M.E. Church: : :' t M.-.. .. ...r
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning )I ...*.vIn .:.-..._-****._. Complete With
Worship 11 a.m. The Revelation Rally .. ------. fl
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all members activities are of asked the to church.cooperate. with Composition t! .. ".. 5 Subject Index

Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Books By 'I ,,),i'' And Zip Kit
Church ,Sunday School 10 a.m. ...
Morning Service 11 a.m. The Pencils Write Right -
Stewards will observe their 4.48 Value
anniversary at 3 p.m. with Rev. To Package 70 Ct. Each
Rutledge and congregation from State Senator District 6 Democrat: $ 9 8
Green Cove Springs in charge of 88' .. 3 For $1 2
service. All members are asked to cooperate Paid Pol. Adv.paid by Malcolm Duffafl.Campaign Treat..
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LakeCongratulations Mm. Oml. Carolina la recu.-'-.tI.-...
various routine hospital Hampton at her home following surgery at
assisting
by Dolores Meng duties. They are learning to taketemper.tures. friends August 9! Congratulations North Florida Regional Hospital.
Phone 4MHMS and blood Gene Joyner celebrated: his 17th Miss Annette Bauldree la now
pulse
readings becoming familiar birthday August 9. He happened to be Cordon Wadsworth Is proud Pale to Mrs. Evelyn BauMree recently employed at a hospital In Marlanna,
pressure announce* that his daughter.
BookmobileThe with X Ray reading and assist Inoperating with his 4-H group In Tallahassee on Wadsworth,' who Is a Senior at her scored 202 In a single game with herLott' Florida. Bauldree has returned homeaCte.r
Besides receiving that day. Gene accompanied his 4-H team!! Susie Teresa
work.
room .of Beauty bowling
School la
Bradford County Bookmobile medical field, Director Lowell Parrish, Tammy Albany Georgia High an first of visiting her grandmother Mrs.Beatrice .
good training In the Lott who ia enjoying her year
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TUesday Honor Student She has been officially In Alford, Florida.
this community every ; Baldree and Sherrl! Dobba to attend Morris
commendable
serves made of 157 the same
these girls are performing bowling a score
been
from 12:30: until 2:30: p.m. at the Poe service to the community the 4-H Short Course in legislature at notified that her name has Gatorlanes in Gainesville. Mrs.' Evelyn Bauldree, drove
Office parking lot. All citizens .re the State Capitol. They all sat In on a selected to appear In The American day at recently to Charleston. S.C., where
this unit and enjoy all Who's Who Book. Therefore, she Is Billy had spent ten days.She
Invited to visit Birthday legislative session of the House of celebrated his lath her son.
material. Happy eligible to apply for scholarship Tommy Meng home with Billy, his
types' of good reading 4 Representatives and attended August*with his family and brought along
Mrs. Claire Brunetti was happily committee meetings. They stayed\ at grants'.up. to the. amount of $40,000. friends.birthday friend Randy Statues for a visit
Candy Stripers! surprised on her August 2nd: birthday Kellum Hall on the Florida Slate Dolores Meng observed/ another here.
Vo University campus Before returning Mr. J.O. Evans and Mrs. Beatrice:
when her students at the Bradford birthday August _.
Among local teenagers volur Tech School surprised her with a home on August 11,they attended the Morris of Wild wood Florida, were
leering an Candy Stripers Brad/or' lovely decorated cake and nice closing banquet and dance with other V.e.tloneers Vickie Martin returned to her home recent visitors o'i the William
County Hospital are Cindy Alderman Florida 4-11 representatives.Workers In New Philadelphia Ohio, via Bauldree family.
Lisa Carter, Wendy Uoyd, Kelly program.Happy Birthday to Michael Mowry Michael and JoAnn Fontaine of Eastern Airlines after several weeks Gilbert killed a five foot
Slade and Doll W.terl.1beee girls.re who celebrated. with familv end Oxford, Connecticut are extendingtheir visit with her aunt and uncle, Dolly rattlesnake Sunday near his home on
.m" with their grandparents
stay and George Simpson. Hampton Lake.
until
.. Mr and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine ,. n -.
September ... .;; ." ._. _. .,,...r ..t:'",,.,:' .'-': ':: -.j.o."oJI-= :: August 24. -
"' ';?;J: '_,,:':.' :':,'. ;' : ::: : Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mowry.Greg
Completion Set and Donna returned recently from Dr. Bob. L. Hutchinson
V '" two weeks vacationing.They campedIn
i-_ r.r'f the Cherokee Tennessee, area for

For BUS Cafeteria '!'!>):> JfJ.1 ;} several days when they were Chiropractor Physician
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: Bass and Gary
or : :.. ; '!{ 0r' ;- accompanied by Elzie
Although rain has lowed up tile t .It!' -,. ; Howell of Panama City. They visited
$171,923: renovation of the Bradfor -. ..14't' Mammoth Cave In Kentucky. They Announces The Opening Of His OfficeAt
High School cafeteria It is expected I to o s .., } : toured the Shiloh Battle Grounds near
be completed on schedule the end of p I .r ( : Corinth Tenn. Before returning home
September. they spent some time with Joan's
Architect Craig Salley's office I In j"4"i : parents Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Howell In
Gainesville said the work by low -c. Panama City.
bidder Ernest Trlest Construction C< .. : ::; :_._.::;"" ,. Mr.and Mrs.Calvin Richard visited The Village Green I
of Keystone Heights should i'e> _, '\". .. ;..' '...,...011.... ,. .,,,"- ". Mr and Mrs., Gerald Adkins last ,
accelerated In September to meet tile ':. ...,. IlL" ,..;. --.- .".. -. -w. "I'! J. Sunday. They recently returned to
project deadline. Demolition I II ",- ".'.. : ... their home In Ocala after vacationingin 1536 Kingsloy Ave
complete and new construction I Is ..' ,. '" .... ..u-,,:,._. ..." -:... Cherokee and Catlinburg. Tennessee Suite 116
about 15 percent completed. ." '. ,...::!: ." .- .... area. They also attended the
Jim Duncan said I his >"r.' : "" '" Fair in Wacassa Georgia.
BUS principal ''I "" ;' ,.i.it: : Mountain Orange Park
to have ; 'J- : Warren Preister with I
presently working on plans : .. Mr. and Mrs.
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cooke :'.;-.f"'lNt'It''' .. .t,, : and Rene of Ft. Phone 2643966On
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student lunches temporarily j,,., ,, their children Jerry
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at Starke Elementary School and .. ,."... ...._. ... .'..:' ..;:.:,...,.- ..".. Worth Texas, were recent guests of August 21, 1978
delivered to the high school until the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adklns.
cafeteria Is reopened.The Mrs. Claire Brunettl was Office Hours 9.12 Noon 2-0 P.M. Won Tues, Wed, Fri.
cafeteria, about 23 years olc. are presently Installing new plumbing linn concrete block: accompanied by her son, Michael on
will be turned Into a taut food operation foundation walls and preparing for new concrete floor slabs as the 1111,123 a weekend trip to St Petersburg, 9-12 Thursday i
toattract more students. Renovi. cafeteria renovation moves toward completion the end of September. where they attended the second birth- Saturday A.M. By Appointment.. '
tion will Include lowering the cellini day celebration of Claire's great I IA
closing in the large windows facing 'I niece. Dana and visited other II I
Washington Street enclosing the relatives.
hallway from the band room .nd
rearranging the kitchen area. I


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Music teacher Lavon Drivas hai -r 'r: .

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country music capital for a secon "'
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Mrs. Drivas recorded her first 45! t, ,, '(..
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NUTMEG AND MACE PANTSUITS-HALTERS-DRESSES- GIRLS
Nutmegs couldn't have been known
in Europe much before 600 A.D., say; ,
spice historians. The shiny evergreei JOGGER SHORTSSANDALS j Night Wear Shorts -
tree with the peach.like fruit which

gives thousands Moluccas.Not us both. of miles Nutmeg to and the east Mace, in grew tile 1/. /1\\\ /Don't Miss This Bathing Suits Sandals Tops-

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even those Jl'a
traders the Arabs, were able to mak Other Items. At A ,
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their way to these distant tropical SALE! ::::- .

islands.Mohammed's Not, time at ,any for this rate prophe, unti p2 1;. j ( / f/h( ,...... 'Bny One & Pay l More x \ \ ', "'- ...
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the trade in spices and this double) :
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farther afieldNutmegs .
and Mace mus
necessarily be harvested at the lame
time The Nutmeg Is the pit or seed of
the Nutmeg fruit.There a thin, dark
.shell around the Nutmeg and then
surrounding this Is a brilliantly red
lacy network, or aril the Mace. Ob-
viously. the Nutmeg Is much heaviei
than the fragile layer of Mace 10 to
lob() times heavier depending on the
individual fruit.
The aroma of Nutmeg is sweeter
more delicate than Mace. Ground
Mace tends to be an orange color ai
compared to the tan hue of NutmegMace .
\ is more apt to be found In the
ground form since the whole
"blades" of Mace are not easily use

in Nutmeg cooking.Is available both whole ant Merchandise I
ground. Many cooks still like to grab
the Whole Nutmegs for fresh flavor
Both are used in flavoring baked
goods, puddings sauces vegetablesand .
beverages. They are also used ii

Try spice Nutmeg blends and In chicken in! processed soup butters meats We Have The Back To School f'vt. ,, J \ S j

for corn-on-the-cob or spinach, .', >1f\\ ;

candied the popular sweet potatoes eggnog.and Mace of course it Clothing. ForThe Whole .Family.JACKETSSWEATERS .

especially) favored In pound cake s .
cherry pie,fish sauces wherever Its
lighter color Is an asset. $H
Our main sources of Nutmeg am
Mace are Indonesia and the Weal '

Indies Grenada '" Name Brands Such As ,
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For further information concerningyour
household write to your County 4fr.r PRO KEDS;) MAVERICK CAREER CLUB BATA
Extension Home Economics Agent ?

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Ext. 204 (Starke) OR 496-2321 (Lake
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tt\1Y\ COfK! i Y t.I' District 25 State Representative candidate Tom Rivers opened op a old Allen Shadd of Mlddleburg provided banjo-pickin' music for puttrrsby. I
I1"I.W.._''_a ..... rr '. 1IIIIIiJ \.. "1 .rl'v'.r.. .\'.... campaign headquarter In Starke at 132 West Call Street and served up Rlrert laid he plant to keep the Starke headquarter open until election day in
refreshments and entertainment during the headquarter' grand opening day .an effort to meet Br.d'ord'ote" and assure them "thai I'm Intrrentetl In !
Starke City Commission candidate Charlie Schaefer It _." ,
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voters In hit bid for reelection with a multi-colored, sparkling campaign thirl.
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Ii i Wayne Mixson : Other Half., of Graham- Cracker :Governor Team Clay Electric Cooperative Expanding; ::1 1'1:

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Sporting a gold colored Graham Mrs Mixson, on leave of absense would .be to supervise the develop- would( be to improve relations Secures $6.6 Million U.S. REA Loan II
Cracker tie tac, Wayne Mixson, from Chlpola Junior College for the ment and Implementation of an between slate government and local ,
running mate of guvematorlal candi- campaign, passed out literature and overall economic plan for Florida."I communities and to help eliminatered Clay Electric Cooperative In to be repaid by Clay Electric: at five !
date Robert Graham, visited Starke, the little gold colored cracker pins am a promoter and believer in ; tape.Also as Graham's right hand Keystone Heights announced a $6.6 percent interest over a pi'ruxt of 35
Tuesday morning on a four ,county saying Robert Graham provided the agriculture; It provides jobs and .tnan Mixson would head a tax committee million federal loan,which will enable )ellrs.lIilllcan.
campaign swing.Accompanied graham and Wayne Mixson providedthe improves the quality of the environ- to freeze property taxes for two the company to expand itt facilities, I
by his wife Margie., cracker. ment," said Mixson. He added years while a study of the tax base is upftnade some of Its present facilities further stated that the loan
Mixson visited courthouse offices and A farmer, businessman and state I agriculture at its full potential would I made to find a more equitable and and Mneet its projected two year is for the company' two-year con.
Bradford High School to see former representative, from Marianna, contribute to the state's economic 'broader, way to finance public growth.thit.' struction budget and will not cause! an
Florida Panhandler principal Jim Mixson told the Telegraph as Lieute- growth.Another. services. .Is something we do every two Increase In charges to utility
Duncan. nant Governor'' his responsibilities of Mixson' responsibility Mixson said although he is not years" said Tommy Millican, customers, nor be used to facilitate
spending 100 days working at assistant manager of the cooperative. member cost reductions.
different jobs throughout Florida as ..It..Is all brought about by growth," he With these funds a new substation
{tGraham,but he will be spending a full ...... at Cara In Marion County will be con
workday Thursday at a St. Augustine The loan was awarded by the U.S. structed at a cost of $115000: ( Low
0 0 0 4 0 0 0 shipyard one of the usual 16 hour dayshe Anscutture Department's Rural bidder for the transformers wall
Is spending on the campaign.trail EMcteiOcation Administration and Is General Electric: and the materialswill
be supplied by Clark Company In

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ISrooker News The Cooperative' own crews will !
construct the substation.
PERSONALS urge all friends and relatives of both Some of the loan will be used to In.
Mr", & Mrs* Elton Walton and sees of the families to come share the crease the opacity: of the Melrose
.. ifcurfithter: Ellen.accompanied' .., '''good 3ttO..times. Please..bring\ a .coarse.,. .SubHtutinruMihlch\ reaches: out lo feed ... .....
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made a surprise visit to their sister's : 5 ":states near Keystone. The sub, <
and her family, Mr Mrs. Paul Brooker Baptltt Church stations at Archer Brooker. Jacksonville I
Prescott 'Saturday night, Aug. 5. Director- :, Hugh. Crosby Heights and Lake City will I
They all went to visit their aunt.Mrs also see an Increase In capacity, some
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Mamie Markham who la recuperating Vacation Bible School: A paradebegan by Installing larger voltage I
from a broken hip at the home of her BrooCcer's Vacation Bible regulators.
$ daughter,Mrs. J.W. Mikell, in Dixie 6c Saturday, Aug. 12.
procession Millican stated the Keystone substation -
The left the church and
County near Branford. Sunday.
f is adequate now. hut under
went through Brooker and the
August 6. Please keep Mrs.Markham'a
went a transformer change two
subdivision and back to the church years
recovery in your prayers ago which brought, up Its! capacity. ".
where refreshments
served
as' she i is. mending slowly and Is were
: confined to a wheel chair. Classes started. Monday, Aug. 14. In addition (10 the upgrading of the
Mrs Francis Parrish, and children, from 7 p.m. 9 p.m. and last through various substation throughout the 12-
Jan &Ebsen visited her parents Mr. be Friday held, Aug 18. Commencement will county service area for its :r>l,.9H, : : I ll
tic Mrs. Orea Prescott and Ann & .Sunday,Aug 20. Mrs. Mildred electric customers, the loan will I[
Green Is ,Mrs. MO ilarrell
Rhonda last week while secretary
they were ..Is Refreshment Chairman.Teachers enable the rorperutive to In"ullI(1fI( ) i\1
here.They all visited Mrs. Inus Bazarin miles of
for the different classes new distribution: lines and 21 I I ,
Jacksonville on Thursday. TheParrish' miles of new transmission cables.
are from Parrish, near this year are as follows BeginnersMrs. -
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0 Bradenton. bottle Cranford:; Nursery-Mrs. Some of the present linen will be
Juanita Adams; Primary-Mrs converted to carry higher voltage.
Prescott and Fowler'Reunion Mamie Tucker; Middle-Terry &. therefore increasing their capacity
Charlene ThornasJunlo..Laura;; Kay
0 Thomas.Donna Poteet; YouthMrs. Clay Electric estimates that some
The Prescott and Fowler reunion Is Jean Douglas&Mrs.Jerry Markham. A.5l2new subscribers art expected to
set for Sunday, August 20, at the Ware hoping for a very good one this join the utility during the next two
Community Center in Brooker. We year so please attend. years
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victory over Arkansas In a game that

both teams wanted desperately to
The Starke Sr. Boys, that U, win.
appropriately renamed Starke Starr.
The state champs returned home The seesaw battle saw the two
Tuesday morning with a tenth, pUce team battle to ties twice,and the lead
finish In their first trip to the national exchanged hands three times. After Sar
ASA championship in Staboygan, r. 'one inning, Arkansas. ,led 3-Z. A scoreless : .. J \ wfiald r a .
Wise. second followed, and both teams
scored: three more In the third. Both
teams came up blank In the fourth,
Playing in a tough bracket that include i but the Stars tied It up In the fifth,
seven of the ten returning scoring. three runs to Arkansas two.
team from last year's national The Starke ten then added solo talliesIn
championships, the local heroes the last two innings, shutting out
played consistently impressive all- Arkansas 1-2-3 In the bottom of the
around ball to finish higher than 16 seventh to post a comefrombehind
other teams from across the nation 10-9 victory.
with a 3-2 record The team batting The view from the dugout In Bbeboygan shows Jerry Blalock: drill one In leftfIeld
average for the nationals was ,455, 67 ,.:_ la Saturday's National Championship action.
points higher than the regular season Colbert ripped four singles In the
___ __ s sr game and Randy Corbln, Chub The trip to the nationals was con- Comiskey Park and Milwaukee's
Johnson, and Glenn Gnann each sidered a success by everyone Involved Brewers Stadium.
While most team's rosters Includedat __ added three hits. and the team, coaches, and
least ten 18-year-olds the Stars McGriff said that this game could fans on the bus even found time for a Other stops included Opryland. a
matched their opponents man for man have sealed the team's fate. "We had little extracurricular activity along cheese factory tour, with, free
with only four "veterans." Coach ASA to play Cinclnatti Immediately after the way. samples Wisconsin,and Mammoth
Jerry McGrlff is expecting an even the Arkansas game; we had just Caves in Kentucky.It's .
stronger team next year, losing only L *- gotten off the field when they started
the four 18-year-olds, outfielders asking for rosters for the next game. A half-day In Chattanooga on the
Randy Corbin, Mike Kitchens, Jerry The game completely drained us way up gave the team a chance to see the consensus opinion of the
Sullivan, and Wade Winkler. Home at last! lUcky Norman Bill Goodge, and Mike Jacksoa pile out of the emotionally Rock City, Lookout Mountain, and team that they'd like to go through the
bus onto familiar ground after the. long trip back from Wisconsin and a 10th. Ruby Falls The bus drove by thre same thing next year,only this time in
place finish In the nationals. major league stadiums Atlanta's St. Louis. Maybe they'll get a chanceto
The team opened Friday afternoon Cinclnatti.: who finished fourth Fulton County Stadium, Chicago's tour the brewery.
with a resounding 23-4 win over the hitter at .970 added an inslde-the- The Indiana team must have used overall had walloped their first two
Piano Boys of Texas rapping out 28 park home run. up all their hitting punch, because opponents 20-1 and 31-2 so the Stars ....... !
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hits and obviously feeling no opening they dropped their next two games knew what to expect. The Florida >
game jitters. Everyone that played "One of those games" were the and finished behind the locals overall. state champs refused to be awed I
words used by McGrlff Is describingthe Mike Jackson again had a good gameat though and played the Ohio club BRADFORD rwSPORTS :
Stars second effort Friday night the plate, going 2-for-2. and Jerry tough before bowing out of the game
got at least two safeties, as Coaches Sanburn's, of Muncl, Ind., ripped Blalock :added a triple and a single, and the tournament. 5-J, in a tight
McGriff and Lynwood Kitchens stuck Stan' "Chub" Johnson and but as McGrlff pointed outIt was just defensive struggle. miligrapI i
pitchers
with their starting ten the entire Ricky Norman for 24 hits Including a case of""they were hitting, and we ,
Bill Goodge and Mike Jackson
laced game.four hits and Chuck six home runs, to post a 20-5 victory were not. According to Coach Lynwood I
.p'ece.! dropping the Starke Stars into the Kitchens a few breaks here and there
Colbert the team s leading tourney loser a bracket. The pressure began to build for the and the Stars could have gone furtherIn
Stan, as they were forced to win the the tournament. "We left 11 runner
remainder of their games. After stranded in scoring position In the
.. having Friday night to think about the Clncy game and we were hitting the
} r Saturday game against Russ Kids of ball real well, they Just weren't 1''( I .I ;';'1 PI>! I ctI tClraeesoDlttmalaeat" I >aI / 111L =
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Tornado Head Football Coach David Hum U still trying to fill one d two N"+ tMr "
open dates on the 1978 Bradford High Football schedule to round out a 10 game ,
schedule. ."
BHS won't play Ware County Georgia this season but the nine opponents on Head Coach The backfield of Norman and J
David tandem running
Hurt leads the troops through neck bridges In Tuesday starting quarterback Jeffrey
the card are familiar faces. The Tornadoes
the road
open on at Macclenny morning's practice, getting started on what h un described as "one of the best back Doug Reddish smooth out the rough spots In Tuesday's handoff drill as r
September 8, then at Buchholz
play host
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first days of practice since I've been here fellow backfleld mate Marvin Tyson wall his turn. 1. I
welcome Eastslde for Homecoming October 6; host Ocala Forest, Oct. 20, visit ., /.
Palatka, Oct.27; go to Ocala Vanguard, November 3 host St. Augustine Nov. -
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- 10; and close out the season at home versus Live Oak, starts usually case summer t.
If a tenth opponent can be found the game will for the opening game break. I was real pleased with Scott Allen opened summer practice .
either September 15 or October 13. 8 against Baker High on Tuesday's workouts. The enthusiasmwas Tuesday handling the punting chores "": i I
road In Macclenny. there, and everyone seemed to be and Hurse hopes that one of them can j
BC Pop Warner Tea ms In good shape physically," added put the needed punch Into the Tornado' j
BtluahortPayeraBradford's This Tuesday's first day of practice Hurse punting game I
Pop Warner football teams are pads, was one of the best The9 a,m. and 5 p.m. workouts over
during the week but two or three of the four teams ) days a Tornado squad has the next two weeks will concentrateon
needed number of players. through In a number of years polishing upon the fundamentals of
The $20 per player participation fee could be to Head Coach David the game, with special emphasis on
there could be a way to ease the pain on parent's the punting game according to )i
said they will accept payments in $3 monthly "The players were not sluggish, as lIur e. Linebacker Danny Hildebran
family's can't afford to pay the total registration fee I
Seminole'Cane v .r. I'I'J
Gator Football
Another super season for the Seminoles,another
canes, and a rare dry year for the .... I
magazines see Is in store for Florida's three ma Jor
Florida State turned things around in'77 to the
losses and a top IS ranking and the Seminoles are rAskCharley
least as well Oils year: Super sllngers Jimmy
return at quarterback and it must be that the
much All-America attention la because nobody "
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QB.The Seminoles also return defensive stickouts
Simmons (NG) and their 37-9 thrashing of Florida I
for their recruiting. Still, with all the momentum *
Mount of PLAYBOY picks the'Noles to win just six I
can't sneak up on people like they did last year and '
won't be wearing the garnet and gold in the fall. r JohnsAbout
Miami had an even better year than
recruiting I
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of any school. One of the slgnees was 6-3, 265 pound I
has been tabbed by most as the top high school nor This Question:
move right in at middle guard for Miami to team !
tackle candidate Don Smith, 6-5. 248. A big plus I
'lighter schedule.It is by no means an easy one but no : "My Homeowner Policy I
Alabama,Penn State and Ohio StAte.,Eve: \, ]\. covers unscheduled per ;
fett formidable list of opponents I haven't seen any .50
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college football team comp5tTtfvfe1rifflhefan i" v 1 t1 UWdweIUng'.c'
big time offense. Iry h .d insurance. However, it ,

It's a rare year when our neighboring Gators are R only covers all jewelryand
college football team in the state but with 28 fur.to$500 total for ,
nearly a dozen are working with NFL teams, the theft. Should we add a ''I I
times. 13 starters will have to be replaced with the Senior Marcus Cruce takes on the blocking pad under the watchful eye of 'scheduled personal :
marks.UF still has a corps of young talent from coach Mike Sexton.
before this one, All-American candidate Scot property endor cover II
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Year of the Gators". 1

ABC's 5 Gator Schedule Camel Partly In G'vllle Set j JV Football Practice Schedule Changed Charley E.

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For Bradford folks who make the Saturday JOHNS AGENCY
schedule is a bit less appealing than last season's.
Again UF has five Gainesville dates but BUS Head Coach David Hurae has originally scheduled. I
that Junior Coach Hurse said a Monday 131 S. WALNUTST.,
and FSU won't be coming to hogtown In 78. On the Varsity
State, September 30; LSU, October 7; Army for practice will open Monday, morning school meeting caused the 964-5070 '
November 4; and the season ender against Miami, 21 at5p.m. Instead a.m. as change. PHONE i'
opens the season Sept. 16 in Orlando' Tangerine \\1'
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GuynnsWins Brooker Invitational SOftball,



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Guynn's Athletic of Alachua two tosses In the tourney. After a good
hammered through seven losers effort against Macclenny's: Merchant
bracket games In a long trek to the Rain Soft showed little of the power
title whU.local teams came out worse that carried them to the Starke league
for the wear In the Brooker Invita-
title. The Merchants fell 1M as J.J.
tional Men's Softball Tourney last Wheeler and Randall Thomas blasted
weekend, August 1113. e two homers apiece Dale Haas added

Guynn's. bolstered by players from a roundirlpper and osigBennett
Gainesville softball powers W.W. Gay poked triple and
Irish Mist knocked Rain Soft Into
and Ray's Metal Works, won eight of
nine games In the weekend with the losers bracket with a 12win
tourney Most Valuable Player John __ k4rn Saturday morning. Thomas Bennett
and Fred Wheeler homered In the loss
Magnusson leading the
way. They and Donnle Wise collected three hiu.
came from deep In the losers bracket
and Action In Saturday afternoon's 4-1 loss to the r '" rY
whipped Welding of M
Poor Boys. Rain Soft could:
Jacksonville twice, 7-1 and managei
12-&, to
take the tournament title. i I only four scratch singles by Bennett
Wise, Haaa and BIB Ratlifl
Lawtey's Poor Boys also strengthened I Brooker had stick trouble all
by post-season acquisitions, weekend as they closed out a good
almost derailed Gulnn's tourney season with disappointing ending In Rain Soft's Donald Wise rounds third and scores after a single to left by Bill
march and made the best showing of i their Invitational. The hosts ran into Ratlin In Brooker lavltatlonal tourney action.Wise's score was the only tally
three Bradford County entries. In a I the toughest draw of the tournament, Rain Soft could manage la a 6-1 loser's bracket loss to the Poor Boys.
Saturday afternoon losers bracket ; losing to Action Welding 16-1
contest the Poor had in the first round and then to ..
Boys Guynn's on falling --------- - ---
the ropes. With Buddy Paterson, titlewinnerGU'M" Athletic ..1.In 1wavrer.
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Jackson Prevatt, Johnny Brown, and the loss to Action Welding,
Doug Brown stroking two hits apiece Poor Boys catcher John Ramsey skids Into third base ahead of the throw Chuck Little scored Brooker's only
and Water's Bulldozing transplant la UiePoor Boys tot win over Rain Soft In the Brooker Invitational tourney, run agar slashing a fifth Inning triple. > lrt
John Ramsey slashing two singles Ramsey,who played for Waters Bulldotlng during the city league season, had a Joey Sanderfer Gene Melvin Ed
and a triple the Poor Boys built up an hot bit during the tourney,going three for three against I Rain Soft and six for Allen and Danny Bass added hits for
19-Il lead over the eventual tourney eight for the weekend. Brooker. ,
champs but saw It melt away aa The hosts played good defense but +' -
Guynn's rallied for nine runs In the Former Water's star Charlie Green Ramsey stroked three hits in three managed only eight hits '
last Inning. ripped two doubles and Tom Paladino trips against Rain Soft while Green againstGu>nn's with Gary Melvin and T
The Poor Boys opened their added a triple In the loss. The Poor Prevatt, Larry Brown and Tom Little connecting for two hits apiece v{.pryw': 4.
weekend with a 10-9( loss to the Boys then dominated Starke's city Paladin smacked two hits apiece. and Sanderfer Gene Raulerson, Allen
llogtown Rollers of Gainesville. league champs Rain Soft In a 6-1 win. Rain Soft finished with one win and and Bass adding hits ", .
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August Tournament August 5th at sure Is a fine rig, too. Brooker second baseman Gene Melvin rips a single in a (-1 loss to Gulnn's
Dunnellon Backwaters. Pat Welch finished second, and Pat Athletics In last weekend's Brooker Invitational Softball tourney. Brooker
2577 It was one of those typical hot, clear says he landed too many small ones. coach Steve Nipper watches from the third base coaches box.

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landed, but not many keepers.Don .
The 78-79 season is now under In behalf of the club, I would like to ,-
Brown and I landed our shareof way. thank Mr Bob Ferguson" and his staff
Harold Is In first place Pat Is In H 1
those small bass. but just couldn't find second. Third on down is very close,, for their cooperation during the past QUOTES]
hawgs.We as a matter of fact, Harold and Pat year. M VIJl
aren't that far out of reach.
had a Rood shower In mid after.
You'll be happy with .Hw way POWER KING rroetof hair Also say thank you to Mr Carl
dlM bigger, toug..... (job,. Mow fatter with 60" mowir. noon, it felt like ice water, and cooled September's tournament will be at Johns at Starke Builders Supply for
plow, till, bulldoze, and ov.r 20 anochnwnh. More workpaw things off for awhile, but the sun soon and Lochloosa Lakes his help. Also to Mr. John Crissman at
,, lower ... \ came out again. At 7 all bass- Orange : Sept. 23. S
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tort all-gear drive no fluid p.m. Bass have been biting good for the the Tackle Box for his help, also to
power latt. 14& 18 hp masters returned for the weigh in. Mr. Jimmie Moore at Moore's Sun
past month at Orange. /I / /
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BU1Lr". After each bassmaster had weighedhis August 26 at Dun ellon.'This RPnrecin tcrb' ur.k'dnese-.1!! .. : ;.p":
f;7t.jKINQSUPERIOR catch ,, hawg, .'You.'! ",.''''' >: '40- ...' we found Harold Branhamto 1XLLt
be the winner, Harold also landed hunt will bave the top ten bassmasters + J 1 L LOII8o
TRACTOR the largest bass for the day. In behalf pitted against each other. The second
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of the club I would like to congratulate best ten will go along for the ride, and I hope I haven't left anyone out, '.ANY
351 west l..w.Strut ".......",11..FlwMi wives for being so willing and understanding + 1 +JaAIIZ'4
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by Cal Maguey
BCT Staff Writer' The park also offers a canoe ramp, more supplies can be picked up at a
,and the leisurely canoe trip down- general store, and Fannin
Editors Note: It'l that Urn ol Springs.
'1' year stream takes about an hour and a Numerous
other
again when the heat and humidity are tup clearings along the
half. I popular at the
river banks Ideal for
10 thick you can slice the air with a park since underwater aquatic plants are setting up
night's camp. The river I Is about 60 ,
knife.The dog day Your
are upon us. and fishes are easily seen In the clear feet across the entire
Find trip. ;
problem something to do that water.If .
will make you forget bout.the heat r
you're person who'ilooking for
for a while. This i to the first of a three- more of a challenge than drifting On the Santa Fe, a day's trip
starting at 27 about three
series on ways to relax: and t Highway
Carl stay 011 lazily down the Ichetucknee, then miles outside of High Springs and
without suffering a heat
canoeing or rafting on other rivers in
ending at Wilson Springs, about 10
stroke. The
first segment deals with
the area may be right up your alley. miles downstream
one cool way to relax:; tubing, rafting The Santa Fe and Suwannee Rivers, there Montgomery says
that
are probably no rapids at
or canoeing down some of the many 4TubL along with Black Creek offer the
rivers and In the this time of year, so the beginning
springs area. Next canoeist excursion that can last
week we'll take a look ate good way to from one day to a week. Transportation canoeist has a good chance to gain
some experience with this day-long
stay In shape Indoors. arrangements must be made on
:. trip.
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these trips.
Your shirt feels and looks like a According to Mr. Montgomery one Black Creek offers the canoe I I
young sharpshooter Just nailed you of the best canoe trips In the area is a enthusiast a winding. 10-mile trip '
with a water baloon. You breathe week-long camping, canoeing trip with wildlife abounding along the
deeply, yet get nothing but stifling air down the Suwannee, starting in creek's banks. The place to put In is at
through your parched mouth. The sun Fargo.Ga,and ending in any number Penney Farms, and the take-out pointIs
beats down on you and your lawn of places farther down the river In Middleburg. ,
seems to get bigger with every row port the crowd back to the state park's north Florida, with the most common A canoe trip over a day requires i
you mow.What can be done about this entrance. The crowd Herein lies( the take-out point being at White Springs. some preparation. First there should

uncomfortable situation? only real problem at Ichetucknee. In ., .. .. ....._ .. I
There Is ''the BBMk-- H*:, MUn.JHL .VIAI I S"II.Lit r -
an answer: grab an last two or three years, the state
innertube, raft, or canoe, ''depending park and tubing In general has
on your inclinations and head for the become so popular that the river .
rivers.Probably'. sometimes has an overflow crowd +.

the most popular and trying to make the trip, especially: on
easiest, form of river travel is the 'weekends. However, the park has
,innertube As the little man above established 3,000 limit P day on the ,
suggests, stick your best foot forwardand number of people that can be on the M {
take off for Ichetucknee Springs.A river in order to protect the aquatic' river banks are virutally non-existent +1j
little over an hour's drive from plants, and this lessens the crowd According to David Montgomery,
Starke, Ichetucknee offers the tuber a problem somewhat. Scoutmaster 01. Starke Boy Scout
relaxing three and one-half hour drift One advantage to the large number Troop TO, the snake population along
downstream, where a state park van, of people that tube down the river Is other rivers makes Ichetucknee the sometimes can be troublesome. Much
leaving every 20 minutes, will trans- only suitable place for tubing In the
that the snakes that usually inhabit.Lawtey regl of the trip Is shaded by overhanging
n.I
limbs, but some suntan lotion mightbe
i I This reporter braved being a truly rugged needed for those of us with less
sportsman the mile! than beautiful tans.If .
Ichetucknee current last Friday. It Is
don't have tube
M you your own ,
I not suggested that the average tuber stores and gas stations In Ft. White
take along a camera on the trip, but are glad to provide. At least IS
the trip Is everything it's cracked up businesses offer rental tubes,at a cost ,; a
to be. Numerous springs flow Into the of about a dollar a day. Small rental s,,", -
crystal clear water, with a total flow rafts are also available at a cost of
of 20 million gallons a day. The about four dollars.Ichetucknee .'..?1i
springs form) several swimming holes State Park opens at 8

.that: 'pffeF a change",of pace**. .....from.**. the e.m..al.e1't.da.aDd.doaea! at.sunset. The trip featurysprobu4l Ix..Uv.m08t "be at least two people on the trip, with
drift downstream.Postcard : with a 23 cent per person charge. The white water around with a waterfallat at least one ha vtng some knowledge of "r
: scenery: abounds around easiest way to get to the park .to take one point that should only be attempted canoeing Materials necessary for the
every turn, and there's hardly a SR-J8 west to Fort White, and then by experienced canoeists trip Include bug repellent, cooking ,I
better way to get your mind off work follow the signs. utensils canned foods and readytoeat -
and the pressures of everyday life. The take-out point Is the junction of foods,an ice chest Wildlife along the river includes fish Highway 27 and the river. Here the Farther down the Suwannee at the store in Hart Springs, a tent
turtles, aquatic birds and any van,for a small fee,will transport you putting In at Branford a calmer, five- and sleeping bugs.
number of other aquatic animals.A back to the parking lot In the state day excursion can be taken with Whichever route you decide to take.
couple of Items may be necessary park. Because of the heavy rains either a raft or canoe. The trip totals It's a sure bet that >ou'll feel 1 some of
If the tuber Is to enjoy the trip to the recently the water level has risen, 50 miles, ending at Manatee Springs, that built-up tension disappear after-
fullest Number one of the lile bug and the current gets stronger as you and the average day should see the wards along with discovering a great
repellant. Although the mosquitoes get closer to Highway 27, so caution Is canoeist travel about 10.12 miles. wav to puss the time during the
and gnats were not that bad Friday, urged as you approach the take-out Stopover points along the way include hottest part of the year the Dog
experienced tubers say that they point. Hart Springs, a county park where Uay s.
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Athletic Association is

putting on a 10-team men's Softball V
tournament this weekend August 18- a1 (
h 20, to benefit the town's youth.
baseball programs. I 1 1a
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The double-elimination tourney will
feature local entries Poor Boys, ,
LWCI, Madison Street and Water's .- ., ,- ,'r U Lp
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Bulldozing, according: : to tournament :
director Buddy Paterson. Also Hit the Ground! 'II

expected in the field 'are the -
w Macclenny Merchants, the Bradford county's Pop Warner football teams are busy practicing for the can get enough players and all four teams are undergoing conditioning
Macclenny Timberjacks and Super 'fall youth football campaign and though they are short on numbers they are workouts at the SUrke fairgrounds Pop Warner cheerleaders are also t '
Pretzels from Gainesville. long on enthusiasm.. t getting Into "condition" for the upcoming season ..
The BC Athletic Association plans to field four youth te.maln the fall If they
Play will start Friday night,August "
18, at 7 pm. and continue through
Sunday afternoon's finals Lawtey Intrnmurnls Kick Off Next MonthOn JHe -
Unlimited will be serving $2 smoked STYLISH OUTSIDE.... *,

fish dinners throughout the event. TueadasSeptembergtherewill ::11 have a team, and are RUGGED INSIDE It'I''

be an interested In being part of the city "
.
Aug. 25 Deadline upcoming season of Intramural league, please plan to attend. New The 1979 / ,
football at.7 pm. at the old armory rules or changes will be discussed at

ForK Regi"alionStudenta (Recreation: Department Building. this time. Smith-Corona' 2200 .-' ". ;

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who have not yet enrolledIn -

kindergarten or been in the Bradford :
County school: system need to register i
no later than Friday Aug. 25, 'IIIJl

for school: reopening Monday, Aug. 28. \ .'
School centers will be open from 8a ASTROUNDUAll ,
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m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. each I., ,

day for registration. Parents should .
:( register children prior to the opening i .' .
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';.'. day of school: to avoid long lines and to ,Boys Aces 8 Thru 13- Interested In Playing ,features-budiwnliKa performance 't.BUllneNllka ;.
t Oiv*your tyoing a rofaulonallook .. :
allow school have ade-
to
principals i I.
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; quate classroomteachers and Football for The "Starke Cowboys' ( Pop wtln.alcarbOn'"m.s..ademonetrallOn." "':' "..1.
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lbullbe.muadand/mpnu.d/ .
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.rn Parents must furnish, for' kinder. Warner, Football League) Report To The .Carbon film' and Fabric ribbon' 'I

rattlesnakes High water from to evidently their' nests driving this' gartners Immunization proof record and of a completeph jr { j Practice Field At Fairgrounds Thursday "..Otnceezekeyboard e.-ldecamage '. ." V J rY iJ

summer. This 7-foot-plus specimenwith form available from the CartrIdge ribbon(yitamOufcK. 1Ir
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14 buttons was killed on Paulk Bradford County Health. Department August 17th Or Monday August 21st At 6 P.M. S Double-walled.clean correction: ca *3495(0 'I,
Road at Crosby Lake by J.A. or school: office. 11
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Christmas two weeks' ago. Mrs. Students must be at least five years Team Assignments Based On Age And Weight.For 'i.
Gladys" Edwards and Christmas old on or before January I, 1979 to The "
spotted the huge rattler 'too 't(their attend kindergarten.Preplanning F.urther'ln'ormatlon'Conta', t Charles Goodowns, Office Shop
way to town. Mrs..Edwards kept hereye for teachers to set I 'E.
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on the snake while Christmas August 21-29 for the 1978-79 term. 964-8652 .
fetched a shovel with which be killed<< 110 W. Call SLli04.6ytl1 .
the snake. for School students.will open' Monday, August- 28, I' f .. ,<. ><-, ... q .'.. .' "'"'. ., Stark., Fla,' i 1 II .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 342.98 feet the Westerly said LEGALS .lRIfr-1 ..111T _iiIIItII..I _iL
to
along Northerly right ficates win be sold to the 2nd
1978. Dated this day of -
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EIGHTH JUDICIAL right of way line of a 66 of waylina of the Railroad funds. highest bidder at the Dated this 2nd day of August, IflTO.GILBERTS. U .. ;;'oi'.
CIRCUIT foot thence 491.28 feet said nlan .aun.
road run to West- 11J78.79Bndord court house door on the August 1978. BROWN, .
The proposed .
BRADFORD COUNTY, South 61 degrees 40 arty right of way line of a 13t -dry of September GlLBERTS,8Ra.NN dark
FLC'RIDA minutes 31 seconds County Road; thence run County budget tars ..
West, along said Westerly North 81 degrees 40 anticipates the following Dated this 2nd day of Clerk By Beulah Cleric of M.Circuit Moody CoatFlom R d. .

Civil Action No.78-167 right of way line 1780.07 minutes 31 seconds East, use funds of federal l sharing August, 1978.GILBERTS.. by Beulah. M. Moody Bradford County,

feet to the Southerly rightof along said Westerly right : BROWN, dark of Circuit -- ....
AMERICAN NATIONAL line of a 66 foot d 55.06 feet to the CastFbrid -
BANK way road end way of EQUIPMENT; 150,00000 Clerk of Bradford County, 8/171tcltg 97I -" ...... .. .. ..,
county the pointof point beginning. \ !

OT JACKSONVILLE, beginning; thence run MATERIALS 25,00000MAINTENANCE OF By Beulah M. Moody 8/17 4tchg enNOTICE ''! TiViROOM I : mini!
a National North 55 degraaa 01 at public sale, to the Ctark of Circuit Courtof : '.rw:; i

BH ''ng corporation,.. minutes 41 seconds highest and best bidderfor SECONDARY ROADS. Bradford County .. m.__ f ". .. ... ,. W 'r' ,
West, along said cash, at the front door 78.481.00 'Florida I Harold Epps. Mayor -
Plaintiffs( ) Southerly right of way of the Bradford County 8/17 4tchg 9/7 Commissioners of the FOR RENT Call4I041M : MAINES INlVRANCJ'
line 516.41 feet; thencerun Courthouse In Startle, TOTALBUDGET OP CIty of Starka. Florida by 1.10 Etch. t-IT AGENCY IM S. ..*". A"..,
esJAMES Northwesterly along Florida, between 11:00: 1161,481,00Gilbert APPLICATIONFOR virtue of the Authority --- - Lass Butler 190.3916.
Cwaalot. I........ 8rvlcareverse
C. BRYANT, Mux said Southerly right ofway am. and 2:00: pm, on TAX DEED vested to me by i law, do fOR RENTt
., Una with a curve Monday, August 28, S. Brown NOTICE IS HEREBY hereby call a First Primary II X 70 MOBILE HOMEt IBE 'l'W.--,.-,;: .g.1'
Defendants( ) concave: Northeasterlysaid 1978. Clerk to the Board NOTE APPLICATION GIVEN John A. Election to be held at the f ... balk. fnnbb.4.H Isrdlale. b,
that
curve having a GILBERT S. BROWN Itchg 8/17 FOR TAX DEED Torode, the holder of the Fire Station, In the fore- > air*., 8R 100 ...<.... AGENCY 194121 USHER
said City by qualified Burke sail Like Helier, : *r 4"-
NOTICE OF SALE central angle of 2 degrees Clerk Circuit Court NOTICE IS HEREBY
32 minutes 47 seconds a John following certificates "has voter on Tuesday 1160 aw .... phi seemtt.Phms J90S. _. ._. ______
GIVEN that A. filed said certificates Ira
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Notice le hereby given radius of 8661.78 feet, an By Beulah M. Moody NOTICE OF Torode the holder of the tax deed to be Issued September 12, 1978 lube: INSURANCE) Rlbr1 l:-

that pursuant to an orderor arc length of 380.50 feet, Deputy Clerk APPLICATIONFOR following certificates has thereon. The certificates, A.D., for the purpose of ...r...* A....,, Far.*.rs
a final Judgment of and a chord bearing and TAX DEED filed said certificates for a numbers and years of sleeting the following and Dealers! seek B Ba .
foreclosure entered In theabovecaptioned distance of North 53 Thomas C. Dsarlng NOTICE IS HEREBY tax deed to be Issued Issuance, the description' officers: : .I :: i i Ph.. ."IIOI. Lake Be1J4;

action I degrees 45 minutes 18 Esquire GIVEN, that John A. thereon. The certificate of the property and the One Commissioner' 1 llllllllRNtt: 1 .. .., .

win tall the property seconds West 380.48 FRANSON BRANT, Toroda the holder of the numbers and years of names In which It wee Group 1, Two Year .. ,p......" .. .. "_" I DRSON-A ,
situated In Bradford feet to the West line of DEARINQ following certificates has l Issuance, the description assessed are M follows: '
County Florida said Northeast K; thencerun and MOORE filed said certificates for a ,of property end the One Commissioner' UNION GENERAL .\ ER Y.'i 'rr..; !
described as.: South 00 degrees 19 215 American National tax deed to be Issued names ,In which it wasasses.ed Certificate No. 111; Year Group 3, Two Year. HOSPITAL UGH I. Lak I. .... ,
minutes 08 seconds East, Bonk thereon. The certificate are as follows: of Issuance 1975; Batter .. sew MMptluappllcstbss A'
A parcel of land situated along sold West Ana of Building numbers and years of issuance Description of Property One Commissioner' far fB tint and SEPTIC TANK A CREASE

In the South One Half of the Northeast % a Jacksonville, Fl. 32207 the description of Certificate No 78; Year of Lot 6, of elk 1 Ex N. 160ft. Group 5, Two Year .part tb pkk. .* as charge.ands TRAP cteauMit. *. sew lluf'r ;

the Northeast One distance of 63.20 feet to 1 tchg 8/17 the property, and the Issuance 1975; end S 226 ft. In E.W. Oe.rstlaa Eairsf R....r.. 43M02Z.*awsabls All JM Fersytk bu.,..*.:'
said
Quarter of Section 13, the Northerly right of way names in which It was Description of Property: Hayes SID Ex R/W See, Inspectors for EnporUM 4.....*.. Apply. .lP.rM"!!. 2131 U/eh I._'"'
Township 8 South Range line of the Georgia asseaaad are as follows Lot 11 of Blk. 16 in LT. ft 32,Twp.&-8, R-22; Name election: In ...***, UGH (SO E. Male '
22 East Bradford County, Southern and Florida NOTICE OF PUBliC Cat Add Sec.28, Twp 6- In which assessed: Annie P. Holton, Peggy 8t, Lake Botbr. 8.10 3uk. CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIESr ar.l.isT"J

Florida; said parcel being Railroad; thence run HEARING Certificate No. 91; Year of S, R-22 Name in whichassessed Roosevelt Taylor Et Al. Shatter, Ann Woods, Iti. loll.!W fabric.* Fr.J.etb.atee.
PROPOSED USE Of Haven Swink, Marie decking
more particularly' Southeasterly along said Issuance 1976 ; : Bill Klondea. Al of said property --- .. Less 8Upha,2Bhoa
described as follows: Railroad right jrl!' way line FEDERAL REVENUE Description of Property:. All >of said property being In the County of Reddish, Barber LIVE IN: CHRISTIANLADY IZI24 H/chj
with rat 1"C SHARING FUNDS Ve nekl.lrme Buford< Ray fr tldorlv ...n... .. .
a ; nc4ve Lot 4 of Blk. 14 In Lincoln being In the County of Bradford, State of
Commence at a concrete North alll .. The Bradford County City Sec. 32, Twp. 6-S Bradford State of Florida. Stone, Verle R. Best Llat. k..<*..rk: Seer, NEED CASH W* bur Jukt
beard sad ... cars,elckip aid track. J.*
monument at the North having t ..t"II.nl\, t Commission will hold a R-22; Name in which Florida. Unless such certificateor Call days salary S7e-7S3 prevldnl. ,- Shaw, Ray P.HH, 4M41M1r f
east corner of Smokeriae, 02 dugr public hearing on assessed: Clinton Hill, Sr. Unless such certificate certificate shaH be redeemed Alternates for said ......1... 378-8S39. 8- 496.2S2t, 5111 tta H
a subdivision as recordedIn seconds:+ aCrptw '.. of Monday, September 11, Ml of said property beingin or certificates shall be redeemed according to law ejection: IDZUkfS-lT."
Plat Book 3. Page 33 of 861 1.78 fe rind- shard 1978 at 1.30: P.M. in the County of Bradford according to law the property described In Margaret" Wlllama USE THE LAUNUKAMAr*
the public records of bearing and distance of Room 129 of the County State of Florida. the property described In such certificate or certflcatas Louise Terty 1250.00 PER WEEK for at HWY 100 by the Hcadfway.

Bradford County Florida South 53 degrees 53 Commissioners Room Unless such certificate such certificate or win be sold to the .alia. *; *...* ....circular W* have a wash, dry'
and run South 88 degrees minutes 01 seconds East, Bradford County Courthouse or certificates shall be redeemed certificate will be sold to highest bidder at the. In Testimony whereof .1 I at ...* Peacibl.laBBodlat 554old. service' 25. a>*.
44 minutes 37 seconds 344.01 feet; thence run on the proposed according to 1 law the highest bidder at the court house door on the here unto subscribe my !...... N* AtUadaat. *a duty tla/
West along the Northerlyline South 66 degrees 01 use of the County's 1978- the property described in court house door on the 13th day of September, nema and cause the Seal I .sperM.ce ecMrjr. Per ..----------- -
of said Smokeriae minutes 41 seconds East, 79 federal revenue sharing such certificate or certi 13th day of September 1978Thursday. of the town to be hereunto crested detail, seed :'CARPET INSl'ALLAI'TIONi !
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affixed this the 3rd 11.00 sad a .ta....... **lfddr Eiprl
day of August, 1978 *..*d **v.Up* letBailnaM pb*.... d.*lr* local sIEhthaed
A.D. E.tor.'.... P.O. wxlxid work Call;
B.. 451. ......, Ls. TIS70 Mallard, 4311922 all. ,9.
Harold W. Epps, Mayor.Commissioner
FKL. HIT Itpd S-24 p.m. H
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SANNlMlAIGN !'AJIEAGLEI.3 Attest: Merrill Edwards, "
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/real i and Saturday 8/3 4tchg 824IN vie, head, circular! ....;

b"".., chain sews, leave at
BEDROOM'Cr... Bu"",,'* Sapplir.'
THE CIRCUIT COURTOF MOBILE HOME avallabl Lake Butler r 113 tfa .

FLORIDA, EIGHTH Cal N. es.b 431-1794.-..aus.Itch) .paynt 8.17. > sera

ut IIeck. II AND JUDICIAL FOR CIRCUIT BRADFORD IN 1971 CRUISE *CRAFT PUBUCHEARING A,.

rlces COUNTY, FLORIDA. BOATS with. 1972 55 b.p.Cbrytlcr A special meeting will be',

CASE NO. 78173GUARANTY FEDERAL l lest through.*.41.wladihUld.depthiedar SI700. ,E Boot...110.col-, August held at 28,1978 City at Hall 7 p.m.on','.

trailer. Abe 12 for the adoption of a
SAVINGS ft LOAN motor ft. .
% tKiBtaum. boat 175. S.. at resolution to accept' the .>
37 ASSOCIATION OF
.. compare our low prices. Save up GAINESVILLE e 8E 3rd Si, beside theChurch. Application fort'.
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tl corporation Plaintiff, vs. 11 Block Grant and to submit I
; ( ) EDWARD C. WAINWRIGHT -
: pro \ same to the Department'of
J-- \ t.: ) I f and Housing and Urban j
11 ....L"- ) WILHELMINA M. J. PHOTOS printed la th* Development. The publicd
) j j ='" MEN'POLYDRESS 't' lL'" WAINWRIGHT his wife That. and take by th* Is invited to attend. .
": ... t Defendants.. Time. CM b* purchaxd at
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:.. t PasIII SUMMER PASTELS! }i NOTICE OF MORTGAGE A......., Lake. Butler, any Harold Epps, Mayan I
,,,p tJ ,"? N 2\ ,FORECLOSURE SALE., Monday.Tuesday. *r Fridaybtwm .. Merrill) Edwards, f
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-. _.J --- : -- west 2 97 p wr/wp ..... ui rr Judgment of Foreclosure
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v_ \' -"" entered in this cause on 996 North Temple Avenue nature the uncertainty I'
teetered b a top maker, com
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_eMVgJ.00CABSRTTR BAVf1.ua1OAL.PMSTONEN re >ta.I hi 2S-42. .1 undersigned as Clerk of Attorney for Plaintiff claim is secured the
BAOLB BATTERY BUVI '1J J/ said Court, wiN on the 6th security shell be I

RECORDBfl uses UP J \ day of September, A.D. Gilbert S Brown described. The claimant
**521.88 TO /Mo 39* WA.2 97 ., i :.r ;1 1978 sell the following Clerk of the Circuit shall deliver sufficient
e a $, l \j :-- described real property Court of Bradford copies! of the claim to the
Nan. hy oonlrol. wkwlltttlmloroakoM. ..*.-:1-;' ; h.wnr eono.n.n =-f'lTf : r .l 1 -a-- evw PI situate In Bradford County. Florida clerk to enable the clerk f o
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4 ROLLS 7C ,'I I \ ... A parcel! of 'land lying InthaSKofNEKofSWtt 1 tchg 8/17

I ( .. 4 CAROLINA ... .:- ,. VALU.nUSI persons Interested'
II !II' :S TISlUIII"'M' OUNCE / rp} of Section 3, Township 6 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT In the'estate to whom.a

I. ... c .Irrp.. ..r'of BLUR OCNIM /. r. ./ South Range 22 East, FOR BRADFORD copy of this Notice of
IC '!.ng. 67 I JEANS FOR / .t Bradford County Florida,. COUNTY, Administration has been
was ... I I I MEN, BAR. S- .... j and being more particularly mailed ,ere required
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I WI BOY. NYLON JOaOCRRSLIDR 'ACU.OO. 6"C described as FLORIDA WITHIN THREE
STRCNOTH, follows PROBATE DIVISIONIN MONTHS FROM THE
----. SAVE .00 =. 6 88 SIZES .-. "- : DATE OF THE FIRST

RULE .;Y1.' :::""" N_ .ghee r/ewee 94 VALUgPLUSI Commence at the NW RE! ESTATE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS
SCHOOL BUYS SCIENTIFIC wirer .oleo In boyo' ... comer of said SH of LOUIS J. FREY, NOTICE, to file any <#>-
THAT ORGANIZE! I. MOTOR OIL Mast-11..,..,..., 'M WaQpaRe MEN'S KNIT POLOS NEK of SW % and run DeceasedFile j jections they may have

wise UP 1.27 W/MEMORY t <= _c. 2 88 thence South 89 degrees, that challenge the validityof
i TOJT ; 12 \'. PtUC. 08 minutes and 20 Number 78-187-CP the decendent's will,

_.M a.e.Hid........ .._ I_ grad* oM..__ !.. keNNYr1s.......... seconds East along the the qualifications of' the
-. *..""hrano WA. 1 quad can. etysm.eN__. --.s..Ja. Northerly boundary ther- NOTICE OF personal l representative,

of, a distance of 840.17 ADMINISTRATIONTO or the venue or Jurisdiction -
f R\ ....&.. VALUE Pl..US JlALu.nCl" --=-- Vf L'TO 1I
... feet to the Weatarlyboundary of the court. 1\
4 LRS. 10% IRE.BHRUNKs COTTON ON
\ :
___ .otII I' c".::"\CHLORDANE 1, of the right of ALL PERSONS ALL CLAIM ,
A ;i' -h' DUST KILLS I I..A. I.- way of State Road 200; HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS, AND .OBJECTIONS
IcavIOtOS' : FIRE ANT8I run thence South 17 DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE NOT SO
STYLES/SIZBS degrees, 18 minute end ABOVE ESTATE FILED WILL BE
JAG / ; 3.88 VALII.Pl..US' '. ICCllil 40 seconds West along AND ALL OTHER FOREVER BARRED. '

j "/ dpi V 7: % :-J er Disc.Phd. ...IC.T.ALL.HOIIIS 'DISC. '1'1.00 said Westerly boundary a PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Date of the first'
I = DI.e. YAWS PLUBI v-; wells UP TO .ATx distance of 32 feet to an THE ESTATE: publication Of this Noticeof

-.i '--J % !? MICE 2.94 "... 'Iron stake on the South- Administration; August-
VALUE PLUS 1/ t MN'SLONO I' ItIII erly boundary of the right YOU ARE HEREBY 17, '
: ,
LOCK ASSORTMENT .4 "i14 s.nw ""a... -'. rt::1 SLEEVE POLY SOY$ [ q 1978.David
,.... ......._.. .. ..re DRYER/STYLER MFOOT '.6. "l 1 ''i''. bye'awi.y.utas't0.1. SHIRTS d '.!Ilk-... SWIM of way of a graded road NOTIFIED that the T. Sawyer
Iw" eermbrwtlen .I.k..ne. "URNITURIII.l '" 4'( S.M.L.XLSAVfZOO TRUNKS for point of beginning. administration of the As Personal
Iec_. _.rte ':\ Representative of the >
8 TO XL of J.
Itb"a "" WAa RIIWI KIT.r r .1 estate Loujs Frey,
nk :pwlwk oc ..=::=m.:0; : I 10"< 4.9 lfo 2.91 >> From point of beginning deceased File Number Estate of Louis J. Frey,

,.... ..._ ........--a.71' four _/.... ..II""", with f Ot.e "MIC ':!! ; "' thus described, continue 78-187-CP, Is pending in Deceased.
1'%" Mew MW __--2.17 ..........-noul.yr,swrHIINTENSITY DI.C. MICA 1, fy .r ,A sows peecllAVE1. I / South 17 degrees, 18 the Circuit Court for

"'-- VALU P'USI 1 ', ; .- 5 l 1 'f, nt VALUI! nus, VALUE Pl..U61 minutes end 40 seconds Bradford County, Florida, ATTORNE'Y\ ,' .F
ii'1' 1 / West along said Westerly Probate Division, the address PERSONAL .
I"J 1 40-QUART a : IOU' t'r/. ]
BOYS' SSSWEATSHIRTS.
r ADJUSTABLE :n. PLASTIC tI1 JEANS boundary e distance of of which is DrawerB REPRESENTATIVE:
.
DESK LAMP, V. HAMPER OR "'" .12t7t10.111 'I. 1865 feet to an Iron t ; Starka, Florida. The Thomas M. Dons
-9
ASST. COLORS .....TIIBA.KIIT r ..... : "a- 'J-".'.... ... e. stake; run thence North personal l representative of 'Esquire;. 1414,,Barneft
: (Jf- :--_ ?) I .u V ..63MSC. 4.941 .77 degrees, 29 minutes the estate la David T. Bank Building Jacksonville .

5.96 2.97 VALUE! uel and 60 seconds West a Sawyer, whose address Florida 32202V
; I ( PMC* DlIC.PIIIC.
orscM/ca '"' .:;;.; WAU' N 'i Ilk' distance of 197.75 feet toIn 1414 Barnett Bank Telephone: 904-364-8000
MEN'S! SURD CASUALS \ ) .
\ Af" ? Iron stake thence Jacksonville -Jl
I f'7 ; run Building;
(
/ l North 18 degrees* 33 Florida 32202. The n mend 8/17. 2tchg 8/24. ,
SAVE 11" =.9 97 V LUe'I'LU"1:1 [:
YU.uen.u3i! minutes end 30 seconds address of the personal

FLUORESCENT! SPALDINCI VINYL POOL __ L.Ih.r __ rNh BOYS'S/S SOY{,DENIM East a distance of 153.43 representative's attorney NOTICFnFINTENTION
Y'550'
DESK LAMP TENNIS '7' J pncealses.r IL SHIRT ( feat to an Iron stake on are set forth TO

R law BULB I. 1/I/ ALLS.3-PK 1 e ) nauci 3 96 SAno" IOYS'.1'r.'/ : :: said Southerly boundary; below. REIGSTERFICTITIOUS
gii j ,.. I'' .
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1 I I ; run thence South 86
9.88 .' 1 .97 1- Q y m .tptine. I.avp S-POCKET 1.96 .Nl.t II/ 3.44 degrees, 59 All persons having NAME
mac.mice WA.W "" vetyl: stilt handy) .......II. 1OO% DENIM Disc.PIIIC.l' .1 p erase_ __ 20 seconds East clap claims or demands Pursuant tq. Ssctfco

SHORTS said Southerly boundary a against the estate are required 866.00, Florida Statutes,
.L CL1AAAS MISSIIIS' a.: 1iIi distance of 199.66 WITHIN THREE
SIZES-11 .. feet to notice hereby given that
fr1 MEDICATED :.I. c.s ..J I point of beginning, MONTHS FROM THE the undersigned Jerry ,.J.
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11 CLEANSERLCAHSIL. r .4 e 44 \ DATE OF THE FIRST Wadsworth\ St., PO.

''i,1 1 ..tIC... at public auction to the PUBLICATION OF THIS Box 91, PW
\ frd ::: z.1.49 J -, "" ....... I highest bidder for cash, at NOTICE, to fa. with the 32044 ddnbw in..*
'.L.. H"WA..... -. ""''iN the East! front door of the 'clerk of the above court a under the firm name.of"JERRY'S
> n "- Bradford County written statement of any *T
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0 U-- / |
M OZ. )
Courthouse In Stark, claim or demand they ELECTRICAL" P.O. 80M i
\\) 89 ..OW rN Florida, during the legal I may have. Each claim 91. Hampton BradforH
VALUE,., SI 3-PK.MEN'S VALVffHHI hours of sale, to-Wit: must be in writing and County Florida, 3204ft
9AVWUPTOM S-PC.LUGGAGE SET wA.ia TUBE SOCKS, Up189f i between the .hour of must Indicate the basis for Intends to register

HANGER ASSORTMENT TOO 5.88 ( f .An'';! SCH "- m 1O-U 1A' LADIES'GLuAlTOPS PULL-ON POLY SLACKS 11:00 a.m. and 2:00: p.m. the claim the name and fictitious name under sad the
being more particularly: address of the creditor or
provisions of 51
tom 1.97n1.66 i3.96 areas
r66 c e wMeNry.eMkrM:.. ;; := 1:00 o'clock same beinga his agent or attorney and statute f

Orip dry.f err der iMtt.slTij .."-1..... 71"-M.W. '% /C 32 1 --M t awNMy .MM -- r NINI FIrN I... NMYmd legal sales day and the the amount claimed If Jerry J. Wadswortfl.Sr
ke.rLMa..kklhWers..I Ise"-ay.at .M.Opnci -are. IWe .a was fttI.. ., -...........s........... -eet....- .... legal hours of sal*. the claim la not yet due, ? owner. i
Dated this 10th day of the date when It will become Dated flit 3rd at
_' Rug. IKingSize P.rPsokarlc August A.D. ,1978. due shall be stated. day
Madison August, A.D.
312Y ;; 1978 at
CIGARETTE PRICES 'S" ,'So TM Ts If the claim to contingentor Starke. Flarld .
<>>iy'9 I'ta Sir>c y til e. pia. T.x'' U GEORGE H. PIERCE unliquidated, the 8/3 4tpd R/24 J'
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FACES PAID foMhdRa '.. .' '1.'v, ', ,,' ... \. ,' I... ,.," '.. \ oc. II'' ," .', ,, :) 'f
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haul.. If ,_ : '" '' \ CLEANING

OLIN"ago I. II.MOBILE paid *..HOME m5. (ta! : :f I QR: I : :, \\lv" "I'.''iW I'CUSURIor, _l<:'*WlCiV" 'Ir': {[If lO V'Ot'1 : '''il.. f, I I'.;':i''S''i;\ lI'1 '* ;; ,, : i t : [i .MACHINES......*..ntated.Tw ogal WMtta......... rtuillr ai- ;

ALES. ...-.... 0,.. 1 I 1 .,$,t"'f Si'' I ,,,,<,gJ ...... IN...... Itpd 8-U.
day. ......,. arty " ,. ,l .... ,, i .." "' '" RPJ1tTY11071E
f PIANO LESSONSt Now 1"011' SALE: OK TRADE TARELOMB w We e4LafeyetM

SEWING IN MY HOME LOST,Ey..-...-. .......... ... SaaaMulrr.STARKEi yMiUaiiud r.......... N.H Moos 1171 VEGA N*..e. work,, Boat and kicker, CB tads Si, |M.|I.. .!8X8

...._.. tat**. CalltydtaWRIUMPb Reward Tea aaaa, madflnh PbM. ....eon. ISIS ..... ..... 460-1176. .rockery.hldrou 6100. rhM 485-1890. lth|t and eaUaua,I track ejaadrapkaala W. L.tefU.. 8-10 2tk( 8- (, .
.M964713. .r_.*. P.*.. 5132639. w..... |361 SMth If or Mbtk. 816 4tpdMl. 847.lirT. up player, I...*.. .,. e4-777..

"!. 2tpd ./1' Itp1$47.LOSTs $ """ ..I_tl/.hit __ dog I..... ..*......*.*.. andIroeaer. 1k 101 N. TEMPLE ft
ASPEN Dad** 8.E.. PhMO 964-1452. LINK IRS.
WILL BABYSIT m mi .1. CHAIN FENCE STAKE, FLORIDA .
COINS WANTED ..,.. Poole pn.*....*.* .. coal ...... AC. Fl. PS. Itthg 817.BLACK utorktl .D. It yMreWI tmteave. Cocefla Torwlllooor ,
1964 aadoldar. MtoMur Maeh sad KAWASAKI ISIS ...964-6U3.8-16 8'IT. AM/PM ..... MOO ...It, laetaOtUe. .vaUabto.Frve ,
Pay I1J6 for your 11. ..... ...... ...... frooiTataaie Wladjaomar HI, '.... P.. ttcbg ... ...... '11 .., eeata.PbM VINYL COUCH aadhair ..daa..... HaadyMa Lucille Conner Spry "
Atoo buy. cbul ...., old Sawed. Lawtoy, .lee, tap ahapo, ..,... 50..50. It I year. std 1115. Fos C M4-85584l-lt TF- $,iINarrl
gM J-... ..*..PheM 964im ..... ........ You u1t AitoclaleV448420 V(
990 __.. Itpd 817. With or .1& .. SEWING MACHINES W.buy P..... 712-3060. ..... 8-17, obg. ,
altar 6 .... TP-h g P.... ...-..... Itpd 817.IIARLEYDAVID8ON .. f I
d call eewlacaVbtoaai
< 1978 TOYOTA -... 4- ARCGERMANSHEPHERD ;4.
WANTED.: M..... ham FOUND Luc ....4ak.d repair*. alt. J8AUCT.ON. ......AC.pewer dlM brakea.Mly .,......butch SIGN PAINTING Pant SEE US FOR 1t:
I ..ud .*....Wt] ,Ida .... black. dec .. 8R 16 W_. 6/3. 118 SOI I/NORTH.Stark .. 5J500 ...... Real .!... sad .... 14 wka .... P..... eve-day .a>vlc.....Raay at VA&FHAFINANCINO '
4lpd Friday
1973 .perteter, ..... P..... Waide Flea-Market. ,
OLWS MOBILE HOME P..... 4710. Itpd 847.Rrea 415.110. T.ko .. "pay. 964-6912. Itpd "17. I1f
ALES. 9644606. OpM 1 ".100. .11... 5444560. 1/ Sit, I... M....'. TPeba.

Aft a woehi "/... llehg 817.HONDA MOWINGi. P.Larg... and 131.avail,." 196648 Chevy Lav Track BESSENTROADLargo, now homo on 1.2 aUft t,
.. .er"I" rer huaapar. Llhe PATIO COVERS lOmtO just| Outside city limit n.*di '
111E 111E mi mm 19 .... 6/3 4tp424 M.p now .... .. tomo finishing :
iiiuminim/iB/ mBCeystons a"-- CB 388 Eatra JAVELIN 1972, V-8. PS. 93$. ..... H4....,. 9 .. 8 8179 .. Lbnltod work done. 1". 1 /

? Rda ...... tow ........ Phaa* DAY CARE 1.1....... PS AC. Good CMdUle. .... I.... 8-17. ALUMINUM. 4820 OATOR N.W. 717 WEST CALL. Tastefully decorated 1BR with l I'
h.. day, ..**.. Pull li00. -85111
r. "' altos
ranwEnanBBB 19 19 19 19 wa "..7135.. n Itch*'n.'-17.I' .. ......".... T.II,.. Stark 6 Itpd PbM 8-17, RIDING LAWN MOWER lick S'.. G.....", .... P.....* modern kitchen lovely drapes and carpet.oarage 1 I

CRAPES light/ Md dark I.AMI 'OR SALE: ".,- Eleait ....-... ../....ai 88 .pja.. ., .. ,, .. Now 7 HP. Paid 300. ...... 3724747. 1.. WabgWAT80N'S quiet neighbor""" .
.......... ( -Pkk .r W.. at.M. Helghte, Nice tre.NOS. I : E.... 311 Buttor T rr., 'I MM ...... 7.a.17. ,*... Itpd 534 W. MADISONr Homo phil apt. Zoned Pi
Pbk MI srd.r. M.eday le 10 Mr tracts i. \,\1 I', it!:, *,'I CIoM1; I I......P.....964661Qttckg : illilllliFREE' 1 \ I .- HOUSE OF commercial could be office. Brings In 1200 a '
i r 1 {"lf ; VACUUMSt! Hasp .......! .
Saturday a.... 1:30 .... aoighbarkMd. a! new 110..... 6/ month.
Pur .fl.. w.ot of Melrooo' Some isle permit mobile '" "". ., . .'\ ,, : :; ,:::: :::: : TRAVEL TRAILER 1971 now ........, U... FARM A MODERN HOME 21 acres on Wilson

M 8R M. 1 J ..1l.. North an200A. home end same Overlook obb. SEWINGREPAIREDi "ACwNta S....., ... baa, ga. ..."., aachh.. ......... P.... Road with 1 BR. 2B CHAA barn, trees.
473-1 IM .r 473-2702 .. Priced I. HV with. EFFICIENCY:: aad ......... AR rake PUPPIES far godheeaee. ..... 4. C..... P... 5332563. ..4 ...*.. rlaa for all no BUTLER ROi ....soo 1 BR horn pecan In "
L-eaell.,.'.. Uae".H'OR terms Iron S20O dew te *10 ....... S ./I aUM N rtb M ........ ..... Md Bdjaeted.IT. PheM H4.f1I5.17 8-17 Itpd 8-24. vaaM .*._.. 404 N.W. location good

per ...,.. ('...mercl.1'ra. US-301, Uderwod ..*.... .Wrfc.....*...*.. Jaai.aBtrtokJa.druw lay 825. .0.. Av" OalaeevllU. HAMPTON LAKE Sophisticated homes will j
RENT I.... .h..elaralohed ..... en HR-21 available.llwiHr tlhbgCOMMERCIAL *f Mrg.> YARD SALE Friday and ...... 375.7i1S. "/... loveLAND you ,

lid carpeted, 2 473.1375.3/30 Road Saturday" t .... .. 6palat
tf/.h. ------------ aud HwyII. q/eb. pry
.R.IL.'..*.,. H.I..... K..tuNst [ ...,....-a-..., SEWING MACHINES VV. : 40 acres, homo, traitor, 9SI.OOO
....U..... yoar F BALL cd'.r' BUILDING REMODELING. tFiYARD f...Ir,, baby !!... bay sail! ..!! eewUfawchkiaa 27 acres, cleared near Hampton Lake. ; '
mad .r b jr....*. N. pet. ...1.... pr.,.", 100 It I far lees 2,000 .... H. M US BUILDING tad r. alt.. I : : ttrollor: lauip Mat, c......., ladeietrlal ale. EXECUTIVE HOME Cypress Early American
a.I.,..... r.....-... Call 140 It. deep, two etty block.a 30L PhM ...-4100. tcbgKINC8LEY New k....... bathe laaalyr '''.1) .1...... Mama, ahMte, Repalra.301 AUCTION. U.SJ 4000'home,of lice,...b..... 3 acre*. J fireplace*. .

473-3IS1 altar. 5 .... .r Lawraac Blvd Three LAKE t BRgarag **... Brick, .1.... t.y", ...*.......... II you 301 ...Stark.3-3 4tpd 813 LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION .
Call. for
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e..ca.t Flrculaaopeelallatt. SALE. Saturday 1.m. /. i
wekado. tkgtfaFOR ..1.., .Hte U.
partateat torg* hove .
I
Perfect Muiethiag to coll will .
aparteieat. Grlllle 6 .. S 637 SevthEpp unusual opportunity near Holiday Inn.
BALE CUT CMUty.; .pare. 860.000 ......btortcaf far ...... ........... P"' .* C..r..U.a ..... 473- rMU 84.p.aa.Itchg 8-17 b*taktog-/tI--/ LARGE APT. BLDOt Fully rented-tax benefits. ,
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Any queeltoaa .8 t..,... .
PlwM. l..od heavytodaatry.Appnihuately 833-1884 .r "'-41608. Itchg 2108 *r 473-i 7S. TP/ckg day 964-T373. FT. SPAN AMERICAN
OF STORES
BLOCK : Excellent Condition -
1 ceatact Gary at Dybaa'Nureary. Or ._. out and roll It RUNABOUT 40 kp Evktrade. I

.m ..JeI.... U8-S01 and .473d522.3teb5 8/1 KINGSLEY LAKE Wlaterrat BULLDOZER WORKl LAMINATING L...... y..r..". Fallow elgee Inc .wtth tmltor. Very(MdTwawMd Heart of Starka ".

Seaboard Cast Ltoe R.IIrMd. 8/17 _______ .., S.... 1 .. Sue 1.H Small doa r. bBdctoarl- .,....tI.. l.r treeeercd P'ggly W/tI./ .,. ABSOLU. .......e.. .....1.. BESSENTROAD-30r4BRCHRAlacrs :
Sarvey and ...... .".'HTOM'.t! ; ... t..u...., .... P... 833-2366. 8173tchg and ....II... ...... JlaiaeyMartbi. ......., .... TEL: NO EARLY;; BALES Crt, Ktafatey. I..... .... VERSATILE 424 N. WALNUT. 11 rooms 1 baths
.
graphical nap .".11..1.. arty, monthly, er .....,y. ..... $44230.27 dtcbg IULLINGTON STUDIO OR DEALERS. Itpd 6-17. 2 a. TFloriluntl could b. homo and offlco or 3 Apt. Beautiful .
Flaaaclag available t. I BR. elllcleaclee. lurnlxhcd.Including 8/17 ....7311. Tray fenced back yard paved driveway boar :

approved ......b..r with utlllll ',A, tow .> TWO BEDROOM Trailer 13736.. NORMANDY BLVD., Realty neighborhood owner financed. :
low .... ..,..... Call tb.. 8175.01) "per month. Lake G...... MeD.....M'. BILL'S SAW SHOP CMplota YARD BALE. Saturday .N........*...."m.. SOS It. .. OWNER FINANCED 212 Redgrave, 1BR 3B Lot
Clay C...., DavetopmoatAatborltr. Re"..... IUI,hn Krally. Trailer Court 8R 100 ....... .Itar,.....; ......, A... 19,9.... ..4 ....411 McClollaad. ,.Rd.208 CI It. ou 3 3N.Te. pUAve.Stark Little Lak Santa F*- 814,500
904-264-7373. 8/3 4732HII. ll/ihg ...... ....W. N. St. CkUr. 2 ..... .! aaalug.Saull ,Fla.
Iron P A J Match S....Itpd baud ....... 113.000. P... Lot near Kinglsey 164 A- 57,500
3Ubg 8/17 ....... drawer, aelrror, haeaeck, 2 ... {
shah, blad bellowgrmad .7700 '
8-17. ...-7011. 7000' CB bldg bu*. or warehouse .1
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LAND FOR BALE. FOR RENT Oflto ....*. sad ......... L.av. chiar*. ctotktof, ..., Itpd 8- 817. III'81' lte" Store Living qtrs. 130,000 Lawtey I j'j'I I I

...,..... Height. NI.. .......... K.'..*... NICELY FURNISHED. at ....... Balldlug.. Supply.Stark. 17. .k about. 8..,... Lake AFFORDABLE 2 story, 404 N. Walnut largo lot
tree M..... 10 Mr*tract Located ....1.. Me,lt.r, bedroom apartaieat with .or IL.,. HcighU.Uch 30" RANGE SEVERAL ITEMS M..... >.....,...tTw 315 N. St. Clalr, 520,000 I
.... ..... .1(1.! .. Call. 473-4907 .... UtlltlM Helpetot,
..I .1 .tr.
fci owa .. 4 dutch chain 2 bras ..... -----
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Iurallkd. .tria,. awl Uaier, 412 Lake St., 2 house L
..... 8.u. tote permit weekday, 9 .... 3 p.M. laqalr. 603 E. HOME REMODELING "If ... _.1..... PbM rem n,.. Phone ...-11471. et'ry ...... with
964-
418 Lak. St. 2 house
.bite hej.a lad ..... ckftla W......._Are..-., ..-.... It'. la the ._. wo do R." '(106.ltpd ..17. Itpd 817.GARAGE. CI>Cerbread trial -
.vertook a .bk.. Priced to Room ..III...... plaaihlag.akctrtoaU Vereadae, partly reetered 716 Laura remodeled home
nil with torn* 'n. 8200 FURNISHED COTTAGE. naftog *... Gwl YARD SALE Fri..,. BALE Il.ueeh.ld .. .....r. .,,1.(. PRACTICAL PRETTY 101 W. Cypress _
dews !. 840 per ....... WANTED TO RENT'C Ktogeley Lab. Couiplotolr. work *t ...._..... urtoeoi Saturday" ., 9 .... to 5 ..r. ..d bay. It...,. rl.I.. Atrium. 3 BR, IB CH&A, cozy family room,
CmaMrctol Ireatege M SR. ....... eked, cleaa. nod I. ...,......... Eatra largo badbbM n..r...... PbaM 964-6067, Ill Rat lard Rd.SB 16 W out ewer |111651.| .... Friday Grad *M hrne* with 1 LR DR. K. picturesque covered patio.
.21 ."......... Owner 47]. ..... repair la .r ...r *.. R... by day 130 7/27 4tod 8A7 Itpd 817. Saturday 1018 Pal. Stroh, .er* .. Walnt St. Prkwdto EUCLID EPPERSON Doublewlde with. all the.
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/ 4734012.
I 4315. 113 6tcbg .131 ,at. Height day Aagaot 22 thru Sept. Stark. P... ....1331. eell. extra
Itpd '.11 KH 8. P... ,,".1835 be Sore 1 301 AUCTION Thareday 6 ,
ARE i"ooINTERUT'w!. TRACTOR WORK Largo .te" .17.YARD8ALE.. -----
: WE NEED HOMES IN THE .
iadyfea MtralonT P.... B.M., 531-2354 after T .... .r ...11! J..., dtoclag.ewla Dal.ro Frld.y, 7i30 .... 3 BR. t balk .... toned 115,000 (20,000 ,
and..,...A....... rang to sell '
COMPLETELYFURNISHED
Itchg 8-17. I tot ....
hack blade. PbneJim.
acre .1..
., 17 Bear
473-4334: er 473-4657.Clare A.fa.t -/S, .
watorfreatIllctoacy New and ...d ..r......... ----- ,
8. ., Martla, 864-8230. Friday,SaMrday. lOa Alto. ----- I
Mart pt I. Regletrettoaa
UB-301 North Stork.
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apartment overlook PALMS APARTMENTS SIlT Small... & hi !
chad 8.pt.l. 8/3 Stpd 8/31 7/27 4Ubg a.... Itpd 8-17 abet new BRASINGTON
.In i Big L... Br.....'*. EfllclcucUa, ..r.I..... 7/27 4tpd 8A7 39Rhoc.wllnaerorGr.wlag

CASH FORGOLD.Wrleg; Beautllal. beach and Weokly w ......,2313 N.T..p. FOUR GOATS 330 cod.Ph. area.Heaee Cadillac -Olds mobile .j

Jewelry. ........, ..1.., ...1...... G.... ''.''hI... N. .. Av.., St.rke, ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSi PhM 9646 -, END OF SEASON ... 984-5336 .-.r 5131198ltth Sales & Service SIRVICI POLI5

...... B.... Will vlelt yavr Loeie, vtaitl. paid. All TFI... 94 er 964..5.,. "/.'. SPECIAL ISIS with 8.17.GARAGE '
.... ..f..r.. Mr. modern, eea t* 1r.lot.. Travel Trailer.like ow Im city for reat Fine Selection Of Vied loo AMP
RI......, 4751089. "/.". 433,2720 4tckg S-. MTCHENETTESt 1 BR SIGN PAINTINGS Fact, AC sad ....... caper SALE -801 AI... Car. Taken On : *
.pt.. TV, AC. ........ hal ...-..., ..r.....I.. Rudy at p...... P... 473-3775. .... Rd. Satarday-Saaday, P..9114.7700V. $* 7"apo

LOST G.... ....ph..... EMPLOYMENT CLAY M'.. Totally 1_...... W.... PlM aI.,..". Friday. Itehg 8.24.BAHIA H.....eld ..*..., baby ....P.Odw.GRI Cadillac Trade AMP .
black. ... U.. Hae collar COUNTY BOARD OF Weekly, ...'.1, rata, 8..., Sunday M....,. TF. lar. tar.. It... 8-17. .... Real E..... '2001N.W.43378-5Tt J
with owners ....UllcaU... COUNTY Teaiple Met el, ISO N.T.I. IIAYi Argeattoa. .......r _GAiNESVILLELillian I
COMMISSIONERS HAVE .. SUrko, PhaM 8647337. HOU8ECLEANING 9M highly fertBlaad.. PhM 9646071. .
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REWARDI! Call. OraagePeril. BOAT FOR SALE BreadMW E..... 9845476Pearl i i
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the lolbwlag. CETA Tltto VIpouO..e 8/3 4lpd 8/24 met hur. ..I... Lake tlayCOUNTRY .'
204-6396. llpd 817 ........ 6 bp water, 12 Adrwa
.,...P'_5334263.Itpd 817. -
available. 1Treatmeat
CLUB LUTE It. lleerflaee bat, A........ 9647739Jaaet
FOR SALE Su...... Plaat Op.rat.r FOIIRAPAaTMENTS. .. ipl. .
lly 4alppd,
Rtv.r' k BR. Trel.... ,1.' iH....,. for ..!.. IS.iOO/acro. ALSO.4w ... .... Suirlac
hpoa.tl Two aad two 3- CMdIUea. .
; ,3 % -rcor pte. J70O
MihVcWA1, WU 32 It?. E....,.... Operatar lt 'de..t.u.atas. nNrH l P.... 6I 3MT ltek. 8-lTf. a A.W.nw232389ISTARKE l ; .. OPearao .I 1\001\
deck, ow river. River Bead, Patrolman| 2 Labcrere. T* at T...... Matol. Daaar w.rk; tor*. and small C.$ 8..,"'at 4jOOO "*ad REALTOR Y
3'4.1.! .. ..... .. Br..f.... qualify fer thee ,..1&10... ..... PhoM 468-2628. 817TFebg. (18.000. P..... '".aoaZ.' *r I

US 27. Cal TMB B..., 4733028. you aunt b. a reeldeat of ._: 964-6500.. TF/chg 3 Bra 2 bath. BRANCH OFFICEUN
Urn .-17 chg Clay Cuaty. and .... 301 NORTH

CETA. llglbaity'/ require- REMODELING.< all and. UTILITY........1 BUILDINGS.,...ar.., All .HAA._. aa 14)00......eq.L sorer plu to). LAWTEY.: FLORIDA 03[THOMAS i I
-- work
FOR SALE.A.r....trade, ... If y.* .beltov* cajrpeatry typa.New reap I ... 782-3006
Clay ... T** mj calraa I*
W-8awa.... River Aceeee.A nay qualify, apply at ha... ream addlUea. taclee...light ewlUbea, ., ----- REALTY
.tow.. 8100 dews and 829 County Cemmanlty 8.,1... NEW BRICK HOME with 1 Phone Walt, 4682628. 817TFcbg -. and groove flr. BTARKE/ BR. 2 bath 41/2 acr parcel pleated"
.Ilk..913 Walnut. 8t.,Gr... ....r...., t bath. CH-A Delivered aad eel up. 621 North Walnut St.Stork j
per ......Call T.n BOMJP, ,....... available HAA.brkk ._.,.Peal peiUre n graded read,
C... Sprl.gatehg 847 rally carpeted. Pboao 964- .U 48 I ie.ed agrl. ....r.1 .,F"rldaU09.
473-3026. U 8-17 ckf. ...... to 60 ..... H...... Built t.r ...orgyashp t*
.. pay .
6201 alter 5 '-17 2tpd 8- ckMM from 1644162Fer..ry
p 1.800 ft.Bread 88,190. with
.......... Suaakl .1 Starho. plus q. It in AJ.TbeaiaaReal
FOR SALE 357 Magnum FOR SALE' Sla..... 2/ 964-6020 .164-6021.. "/... L.K.EDW AROI.1I1 aewlSTARKEi great_dew. Eetala
.lv. Celt. Troop MK BLOCK HOME with 1 BedrMB FURNITURE -----
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doable eprlng Mb bed. Print A ASSOCIATES,INC. 8.7 Ill-I .
HI. Cnm. ExCltet adi uphoUUry. Cal 473-4274. .,2 bathe,with 12 acre REFINISHING REALTORSPba..473.4903 Foreet Helgkte/ acree at IMA
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..... 300. Call aft.r 5 p... Itpd 8-17 .I I..... (:er.... CH/A. -- --- .booattal heavty weeded 313400._ __ 2.5 acree, SR 32$. Haaiptoa, I
4732508. Itpd 8-17 P.... 7524577.5/18 "/... S Ire E........ PUBLIC --- ----LJI-:: .lota, high and dry, paved 4 BR. 2 Balk brick CH/A. >waor llaaaclag.ur .

--- ........ bald year owe allt-la n...-...., r.(. 5
FOR RENT Two bdrMm.hmlMcd MNGSLEY LAKE Ha.M Sunshine "..... AUCTION LAKE BROOKLYN ..... .r Ilk. ... crea.Fareyth Rd., 147 JkOO. BR. 2 bath, caacreteblock I I
koui. .u L..k. ClassifiedAds .....U..I lot Partially' M... Fri. Step loekl.gl W. loud It! .f ..r.. coofor detail. --- -- ,carport, big .... W..t
L 1 GM.V.. A..I....... hit week .ur......... Sato by ewaar.Pbeu I.... 4:30 .... Th' perlMt lake .*... ---- 36 JS eer.e 1340.. US.301 Madlaaa St. i
ki A.(n.t. Call 4732455.. 511-2354. It ----- 301 AUCTION cl... ......, oaks, c...., I BR 1 bath ..bTl* ._. Terae. S50.50O.
Pba.164.7699LONGCIIAMP, North.'Stark ... 1 laralehed "u... lake, 616.700.
ltchg 8-17 KH & a --- -- ..aculat. 3 BR 2 bath CBliouie 1 1F.
Public Auctlo* Huge Ireal ecreee parch, I 2 BR Bungalow aeweteve.
tot la 2
a career Sky
,GARAGE SALEt B.... TOMMY'SLAND wltk reckfai. clwlr". E". lEYSTONlTi"acre. waihar A dryer, CH-A.
Ml.r-TrIUr. $3001King. New aad u... >, ..r ....r lieaaced. SEE recta, ...,U.. (.,.50. 13000. Will can.lderrafier garage

.... ....5'250.t., 875, Bring .....1... U...,",' newmsag.o.l. TODAY '.,... on .r..... .Delaeo TkoaiaeReg.
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Truck Furaltara A -----
'Teppcr MtrtjrcU taO),Otlwr)I.... at mleceuaaeoee. Ita.... The perfect bay for retired JI.PATRAY BROKER Lovely, i"aV 1811- 11/2 .Real E.....

(.rag ..!.. A... 18 19. Results CLEARING nome and BuiJdIagMaterIaI _____ f eaapl. .. Faralehed, aeartowa K.'.....H.I....,Fla.Mflc .. balk, black boot, large IIr..rOUIc.H.6112
Ride* St. ballad Frkadakip PUBLIC AUCTION f....... 812.000. Home LR. and DR oaibo. family

.... Ca.rta. P... 473- Every Friday. 73-3661,____473-2039 nom, eet-ki kltckea, W IW .
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WE BtJILD- A T. ,
Offer Fast -
473-3822. H.k 8-17. We
2748 r 7:30 Beaatllul .lak. Lt. $'.500. M..I D........ sacp.t..utom drapea. 833-2110
p.m.Doakre
rmnmgy 'r.I Your pran. Or Dun A I....... CH''', 2 car carport. t hen! ---
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FOR SALE '1/21.c. Response And porch, utility A .
scram .I.ngeldg.,2
Your Lot. OrOun
473.1375Ralph ASSOCIATES
......... ...... raps '.r lots between Public WelcometVe 40 Clay. Ceaaly, .. ec. 150.000. Owner
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... Stove Si.ra.Ev..544.6M1
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Free Estimates FREE 1 .r luaed.Philip
Iwo, driveway er pattodeceratlna. 14 1IAM.A..T /hiaeced.DAY.EVKA,
..... I Adkins & lake coa.igw.ate:
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.50 teat |
per RepalnA .. .. -- -- -
II have ytblag '
.ek 35 ..... Phon 9845734INCOME :: yeu
AIM 1
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par Bryan WEEKEND:
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Harold
8-17. Church St. a.Ho tail w buy piece *r EppiEv
l .C..I.73-44..pd .... and liquldaUeaa Ph... 762-3806 *.964-6416
I _Bought Real Estate
MUSCADINE AND 108.75 x 87.50.I W. Clark
TAX Sold -Tnded Open Everyday 1117N.T_ .Av.. ,
GRAPES ,
SCUPPERNONG
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Y_ pick 50 MU perMBd. Reduced from toSp.m.. REALTOR: lter..F.8188.. FAULKNERREALTY f
f I TaKe A Slip Toward A ACREAGE FOR IB KEYSTONE
7 .,.. until dirk.Eaey price.I exceptSunday ""-
plrktaf Im 1'1........ original Rewarding Career Th. SALE Phone:964-7891: HEIGHTS '-1 acre. wall., pump. In

,LII,'. VMyrd.| 6592121. Call Gainesville Better. Bualneaa Record -- Olflce(M4I473-4700 aptlc, 256 amp ........ I

8tpd KH 8-17-9-21._ Wiy. AnlncomcTaxpreparallonFranchla 96U8 3HigAway301 E........ GEURGE RUsE.t8.J R.
378 After p.m. 9044734037EltoeaG.Steaky -Priai. coaaaiorcbj., US. 2309 N.Temple Reg.Real Eetete Broker
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FOR SALE K..t. U.5..1 Phone 301. Stark.Florida Pheae 964781619M j
Height.4 WeMled L... bit Available Now'In Your Starlul :964-695,7, ----- North T.aipla Av.
FaaikeerReakr
........ Paul H.
bows aad
-3BR. -
Oak Rld.. Owner .FleHd
hi Wklta! A'... Stark*
/....... 473-2283 ar 473- NEW Writ.0577E11 Solace property, U8-30I. 3209!

.,4753. 4tefc .-.0-8.,.. I E..731OII5SPARKLING. -Pratt 8(.. 3 BR, t bath 9640
BUSINESS
MANAGEMENTOK RECORDS:INC. I II i PANELING i iI 'w {Drilling! J POOL ...... INVESTMENTPROPERTYi : I
AUCTION
PUBLIC -011 Grlffto LMO 2 BR 1400 aereem
Every Thure. 4 8.5130 P MANCY'S TAXICOMPANY I '11 5 Nortrieaat 16lh Av. I CENTER .2'thru 6" With !. ... !... with 1 le 20 .crec.AIM Merle C....,. T.r.. .

N AUCTIONWaldo Qnlne.vlll. Fie 328OtMttn I I Fast Rotary CMapbaieuUag. privacy thin. *wall .i..... tote, EZ ._.. ......... per ...r... .r...,

1 Paneling Molding., ......ra...., 2 ...r... -B I"". tote *. 8R-IOO ----- CH / A. Ilr.plal.. *at.
j jMllNJZJIII Drilling Equipment brick hove .. one acre. SR-230 Bee...t Rd., sod BROOKLYN LAKE MOdly..11 acne, pod
FortMrtv The Red BamCmh '24 Hour /Kitchen Cabinets I S.. Ibl. new II.... adapt Country Click.1 ESTATES 1BR. IB, LR. road louced.Edward7 .
PriZissYARD I Counter,Tops B] DR. rep hltchea with
Service.Phone : STATE !LICENSED;. I 1391100.MINIFARM! acr. to 50 acraa. ...... bar Aypribaalely200O RdT MR. 2 1/2
| vanities ...reI ..*...*... .... ft. Muy eilrae. hath, DR LR. PR with
*Bulldozer Work Pumps, ----- Ih-oplac. garag. .**.n..
WORK Larg. or Small/ FREE I' "Iv.. acre I...... aearKytM balk D.ubl.wld.BR, I LITTLE ORANGE LAKE ...... ____,.

H4g Trimming 964-5430 I ES TIMA TESIYAUWINJOHNS I New & UsedSalesPartsService. Height la ChtyTuaty. aH 8.-Il. 3BR.2B.LR. DR. ..Itc.... Fr... H..... 2RR.
Lawn Raking _.. with I with stack bar. breahfaateek.
Land Fill I _20 ecrM, RUrd c... lu taw.
Lawn Mowing .dreeia ...11. ..... plr....... ecrooaedalt garage .
Parking Lot ONN I Voure .. 119500.WILSON -28 ace 2 BR, .brick *: Stev. refrlceretor, F...... M..ou1ace.h
ClownvpFREE *Ponds.VILBUR I co14O .....ar. lltto-dlehweabar. ...ar,. very ,..........
CARPENTERS, WATER! I i E-Z Terms I ROAD ----
ESTIMATES S. Thompson St. j I pVumb'ing't -Pick/ aaap, ...T... H...."... S....... 3BR.r II I Ac..., North d Stark.
Minimum 2 4f4t I Pour adrai black hone *. off US 301.
yrs. .
48R
tore* Uvlc root, ,art
SUNSHINE ACRES I Old Coca Cola Plant *a*ppr*.. 19 sera priced L.I
experience.Good 660 W. Midlaon 8t Stark j Mn. BR.230.29uar dlalaK are*. CaveredittollljOOO.
mnna 9..4.7." I I .4 ** to Mil at 129.500. .. 2 BR. t hVthT LR. DR,
0045711EIXOB
pay, OfTtt-MM uiotoL 301 North --+-- aaily ,,..... carport. ,

excellent benefit r Stq New Installation J WHY PAY RENT? -M.... Rd.. 3 BR M 2tan. Lou far aMibl* 1Ie_. *rM L.....,._-__--
build. ou with *r ..1&....
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'w. ao. .* tract
REGISTERGAS Interview Station for Urn Remodeling W.... you CM _. thle 1badrMi well. .....o tank light .|aot aO 8R-I6 vryeeoaahle.
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._. far Jaet Crawlerd Road 65 .
AND OIL3M8.TbompionSt. 1 330 tree pole, paved rod.e.l'.o..reW.
P.M.
Repairspurrancjp llg900. Owner Fiosacod.MORGAN "p raved .....,*, leeeedd ----

I Monday Friday or 800 Walnut St. Stark, .. er...-....... E2ewe. W* bav.property .. 301 hls e
.845888LPCa ROADFlvoaaraa rth S_..
*r 301.Ralfordi.
By Appointment '20,000 To '25.000 lnve.tmnt Required -,----

I 752-7911 Paid Training ,..a... ...... W.have other. W..e.. .TtlBiVrU t.80 3BR. 1 bath, LR.larg .

Fuel Oil I PUMPS & SUPPLYCOMPANY;>> teak ready tar your mobil.ha. I ....... prk ....*. *Kit. PR...... brisk 1
... 66300 E .
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LnbrlcaUnfOiUWboleal AERO natal boot,1 BR, I bath,
For More Information .ROWISLEE ROAD Ralph... ..Pri.Ery. [B .Amnehtae. L.raalaaerEvMlce 1It. I ....., leveral, faeaa

.Warehouse CORPORATION Call FID. Tedder Jax., 9444108Aeavelat 964-6141 tree.
for Lake City Airport see N. Temple Ave.. rMl tw th le* Urn. ---,Iw. f'I Sean M.B.... 7=EORGEROBERTBJR. ", ''I)

"Tlre8Tube 90472103SSAn : 'St.rk:., FIe: Moms bayar. Tbr* .,.. E.O...... .E......... 9644171' R...Real Eetat*BnkrPbu964T818. '
hadraaae brick wblh ptoaxy Vad8ttoEveeJaca : ;,H
led p__Icplryarat .. ar**.. 116, 60. 964-41593 964-6944 ,
Batteries ,if. uia1ls.Mal Equal Opportunity Employer. 964-7061 OPEN Matwday A.... i." I'I t



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Iinril Land Sales Up From March, At$548,803 I Y N+ ..... Y I R. I

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Block 8. City of Hampton with speci Elizabeth R McColskey, widow *a Speed! to Arthur Lee Hall a ., 'i'' =: "'4'U 1-1.0 1.-t r{
land tales for the of the I" ,}
Bradlord County parcel of land in the NE corner MM'v f tt t r
month of April were reported at of Mack Leonard Lulu Leonard.000. to survivor ef. Mftmund aa estate of J.Ernest Flglock D.MeCalafcsy. ft. SWV4 of NW* of Sec. 25, TSS R22E, ." 1 It, ,..,,/J I .. cl Lr,
tale .
1548.803, a. compared to James Daniels Rebecca Daniels a wife,, lot Waf fleck E, of PinehurstSubdtvlBkN. $100. .'. I I" r- ;;"' ["J. I
1777,285, in April 1977, and $433,550 In Gerald Crlffl Coast. Inc. to ;; ... .. .
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of land with acre in the CMJOt.R.H. ;
and$589.568 in February. parcel one F. Allen wife Parcel 1 ft 2, PII 1, fl. \ .
March,1978 transaction are figured SWV4 of the NEVI of Sec. 1$, T8S, Gretai ft wife to Richard A. Thomas Dow ,Subdivision, 0#' ..__ 1.,..:. :-.. j .I'..
of S ling's r
Price In NW Block 1 4 "'-t
wife, acre 4
one _
affixedto RZ2E. 1000. MaybM I ': ""' 80;. ..j. ,
tax stamps r" -
from documentary L.M. Games wife to Steve Whitehead CiGI'IIIIIf'sf SWV W NWVi.Sec. 34, Tes.IUIIC. $27,800. ,t+i i% L.' ? : 1 w NF.
of the "
deeds filed In the office ft Steve Denmark tenants In fYI.c.E. Robert U Autry ft wile to Edward. ..:. .IY ", .... ., I"",..".. ,' -J 1 .. .:...I
county clerk. wife common all of Block 47, except iota I PaagMrry ft wife to Billy G.UeAlBtee Kimutla,Sr,ft wife, Lot 2, Block 1, -, lj '
and .
Lester B. Wright ft 10 of Johns Addition to the Town of ft wife A pared of land conteMMi Green Acres, 2500. 4: Jjll ,fii 'II.. 1
'u to
Edward L. "
tIJ'I
Geraldine I+. Wright and la the NWV4 of NWV4 of C::1t.i' Co"_ L l
wife Mildred, to James S.. Starke, $1,500. aores I 4 ..... r .t.. : .a4i
Arms and Linda L. Griffta RILE $2,800. .. ;t
of land, 2.5 Dale Sheering to toe it. T7S. -1 ) t'W/)
Holly and wife a parcel L Donald A. : '-,
E. to
M.O.L., lying In the SEVi" of Mary C. Ward. William Sheering. Patricia Sprow .Zj} .i! e I
acres Wanda Sue Sapp Anna Marie Testa .prow. ft wife a portion of the EH of .:.:
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Section 7, ITS. K22E. $2.500. ft Rebecca Jean Sherrlng. Parcel I- SWV4 of SEV4 and the SEV of SEV4 of ,. III '" .... '.
Leon .
Edmond Adams and wife to ..... I ,:;iT- f1- 1.1-:
210' In the SW corner of the Sec. 21, T9S, R22E, $3.333. 0 I
1
of Block 13, acre sq. ,... -
Lots 3 & 4, : :::. I Ij
Thomas .f : I_
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ft Company'ssubdivision E 6 acres of the SV4 of the SEV4 of Randolph Crosby ft wife to DouglasC. ;, ; rff' ,1 II- -if
Livingston, Truby. SWV4 of Sec. 16,T8S, R22E. Parcelil. .Butler wife Elk of Lot 10 and W% tv ..- ; ." '--.'' "' .
$2,700. of N of SB of SE V. ef Block' I. Crosby LakeShores ., r- ,..1<<"" ( 1 III.
wife,to Zlta 396 W &210' corner of Lot 11 '..f 1( I _. "lr'I w.
William P. Thomf.son. 210' W 210' S 210 ef EV4 of Sec 29 and .. a l.rh '' f.
of SWV4, E 210', N a *f v'
Deal
Sequeira It Mrs. Klnlana j joint '\ \ ) '1 1"1 ,
T6S to point of beginning Sec. 1611 NEVI oflee 25. to T8S. R21E 19000. ''OfCI. Ns

tenant,parcel of land. In See 29, R22E, $1,500.Willie Ethel D.,Baddish. widow and survivor "I.'!-., ....... .' ..- ,:!I ..... I' ',.J. ". I. ---
Range 22. 910,000.Benjamin of Bryant E.ftadkttak. ,. ..- #001
Bradford Lou Sheering to (same as Mae ewe .. '" III \r. -f ,.
School Suslow Board,,all\to of Block 3 In above, $1,5110.William la Timothy R. Wilkerson ft FC'; .I '" ,- 'I 't.;; ...:... .1 i6:rot LI'r/, I
County T5S '
wW land In Sec. 23. ,
V. Carter toJ.W. Dorminey a pared of ii- v
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Lawtey west of Railroad, except right ft wife, a parcel of land. 6 87 acres, RrSt: ft laAagenal 1 of the town ;of ....&.1 :. >--_ l' "+ "p ., .. "'_-.. -, 1"-' ::
In S23 T5S, R22E, 28000. n. _.J '_ "
of way the SEV4 of NEV4 an4 I .
In Lawtey$19,058.
W.T. Jackson, Inc. ft George lying partly to Leslie O. .. -I \... :, I "1 .... lJ :,. I J
Co. toUM. Norman, Jr., partly In the SWV4 of NEVI of Sec. ZI\ Virginia O. Wansley. '. .1 ___ '. ... '; I/"" = i. ..-/ \- 'An..
Ina. .
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Roberts WaasTyTth S6r of the N 208' of NVfcat I.I
T7S. R22E, $8,000. ..I ..:,. t. 1
of the
ft Harry M. Hatcher. Ill a part Gerald Griffls to Charles Gunner ft NWV4 of SEV4 of Sec. 13, TBS, R22E, { ..il : ,,1.i' !t jEJ' -. -
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NWV4 of NWV". and a part of the SWV. wife Lot 4. Block 2, Eastwood, &tlwSl3'dtheNMl'ofNOydNWV4 .\. l x.-"l .. : ..... r-.:: .. ,.... ..
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of the NWVt of S33 T6S. R22E. $50,000. 24800. of SEV4 of Sec. 13, TS. R22E. $19,112. T ,, L-: ;;-U''t. : I : c. ...
Marlon E. Andrews & wife, to Marshall Lawrence Carlton & Judy Maurice W. Norton ft wife to :,.I -f't., I .. ..
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Harold E. Hannah ft wife,W 26 ft It S of land In .hI\ -tl vs';'I !' ( 'I 7; .. '
Gevenette Carlton to Romey J, Randall S. Martin a parcel ; } Y r I II ,:::;
W 280' of S ,. t. '" 1-:; w--'lI.- ; -
SE'/4 '
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of Wilt & save .
660ft. Burney wife, Lot I, Block 2, i Pine- Si [ -: I" .. .. ,. lr -. -
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29 TVS, 1121 E, $4.600. .,) :: .. :::; ,l'j'TA..1t. b.. "
J.R. Jacobs & wife to James T breeze, $21,500.Frederick p( .- [I 1.Z ::-. ... .r. -, .
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M. JablonslU to Affordable rlI.. ..
Starling wife lot S of Sampson Lake Homes of Fla., Inc.Lot 69 on Pine \'" .llJei P 1..f\; \-'l.j'!;; ..., '.' \frtj" -- ra .-r -nr.
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Sec 35, T6S R21E I'T -
Shores Unit One St. of Crystal Lake Homesites $5,000_ ...1: ? .. I'I.I..
: ..:;t t 't
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10000. L. to John E. Dlggs. ;: --h { 1..J1c' 't r y. PYA !
Marian Bright
Herbert tl. Pasch to Robert A. of in SE ;::, '" : ;j.-.J., ,"" U l.L '.... I -=..
The WH one square acre : ; Yr -.7li'. & ) -
the N 200 ft. of Tract 9 """ .
and wife
Hayes of Mt. Pleasant on Silver corner of SWV of NEW of SWV4 ofV.. z1$ ... ,. .. t.(0 : '::: .... ;:. .1
as per plat Sec. 26, T5S. R22E. 23000. .... .. I.. 71' Ii. :
1 .
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Lake ,..
Daisy$3,000.dna to Daisy E. Fort I ft Andrew B. McCombs to Katy L. ....! 1,. ._',"P". -"iJ ;(:" .-- _i =. _;:..,. J' "'- I, l't ...... .
Mal Smith Joint tenancy with right of sur ; I' -
husband Lot Block 1 of Gould'iPark of the S.A. 1 j r : ( 711 r.. ., ... W; o : tl
Fla., $100. vivorship. The S 5 acres y. J; : .t"L i1;$ ;:: Jf-'I" i .r. ,
Hampton .
Lot In Sec. 23, T5S. R22E $101. .., "'
71' .2 i iN
E. / : .
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Joyce A. Castlen to Peregrine Bail 11" : ., tz [ 74. j I 1.N l4 : b. ..
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White&wife, Lot 5, block 11, Brooker, Saxon to Wm. B. Woods wife, T N .... r;' ':p. ; : ,, .. -- .
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from pt. of beginning S along W ::o.L ... tl i. -7". ..,.. ,. i l ... .
Sec. 8, T7S R20E $8.000. thence E ft ...... .. :., "... '' .' ..... ....
181.5 ft. paraUsI .
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boundary \ '& .. .. :
Scott & wife to Myrtle ." '
L. .. .1.
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Robert with S 600', thence N 181.1 k 4 e ua .. .._. .. .... .
boundary :.oR
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N 100' of Lot 48 I .j ] 1 ,
the W 50' of the .. I ,", '
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Mack ft. to SE corner thence W 600' to pt. of ,. ; ..n : 1,1' '.. ''. -.. I -I ; ;. .' '\. '
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In the town of Lawtey, E of railroad 1 -.I- t. .. ;'C .. ::' :;,.. ,, 'f'1"JI ',.
beginning., $sooo.Freda r "
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'Y.0 ... J f I: 'It. to is. .' "\ I
$100. J
husband to Brantley to Kenneth O. .w 1 I .. I :' .. ..
Minnie H. Beard & / :"- .. J 11 -
B. Brantley, S /4 of the NEV4 of SEV4 ef .. .. ; I ; o" Ir
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ft Myldred in\ r
G Cuttino 1..J .
Melody Sec. 5. T6S 22E. except 1. -...... ..-t .. ,. '''
SE'/4 Range .. ; "
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Cuttlno tenants in common, Lot 15, / : :; ;. ...... : .' 1
ft road right of-ways, $100. 'i 'r ; ;. f'
Block 6, Saratoga Heights. Unit II, street Freda Brantley to Roger A. .so : !:... I 1 LJ.J J 5 ..t.OfOw: ....... .... ,
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$100. R. Taylor and wife to ClydeL. Brantley. middle one-third of NWV ef taw KV4 ef sac T, T7S, R22E 1600. :'" t;".;,;.f....... I J'>'It-:-.:: :''.1 .- ......... .. ".. ,..X"i.,,;
Larry .
Edmonds ft wife all that portion of SE'4 of SE'/4. Sec. 5, TBS, R22E, $100. Haaet Crosby Carlton to Philip z:1:5LEGAL I .,,: : 1-, .; .P'.
the NW/4 of SEV4 of SE'/ on the W Freda Brantley to ;Shirley Ann VaUonM. M acres" more or less In theN ....... '" .-, : ; .- ..-' 0 :;- .. ;; ,
of road running through Ferm. N one-third of NWVi' of SEV! ofSEV4. *" ofNCV4' : ef SEV4 of Sec. 17.173, .7.I""A ': : :. "-
graded
side .' .'
Sec. 15, T7S R22E 2000. Sec. 5. TBS R22E 100. R30E. M.00.. + ; :.= ...., .: .
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same. Thornton L. Dean Cassels & wife, to JaM M. H. Edge ft wife to Affordable : ,.. '1 A N. \ .. .,
wife to ,
Sidney D. Harbin Burned Jr. & wife, lot 7, ef Inc. Lots 74,76 ft 78 on j jPh.sAre. / I }.;Y.trew f' '
Corey Fla.
Homes of ,
1 acre in the NW corner ofEH 1 : : ::.:
A.Sayre sq. Estates, 53000. Homesites, : r- .. ;:>
Connerly Crystal.Lakes, ::-
of SW V4 of NE4 of SEV, Sec. 34. I. "' .. .
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Dallas H. Booker ft wife to Vernon 'I'" 1 ':: "
L' -
u.ise to .. ... '. l'
T5S. R 22. 2700. -
& wife a parcel of land in the '''.- : .
E. Olin Leo .
William Finley to Andrew Vivian Crawford McRae to NOTICE 4 1 'ik.m.
.
Charles SEV4 of Sec. 7, T7S. R22E. 2400. parcel of land \. .. ..- '; l
Oaiwlatsl contalnutg
ft wife, Lot 31 of Seminole I>arjM a NOTICE IS HEREBY i;
J. Finley E!:. .I .
to Dolph je
Shirley Anne Carpenter in the SWV4 of SEV4 I' .
u acre :
T9S R22E .
Unite 5 In Sec. 12 GIVEN that the undersigned -
Ridge Reddish, the W522' of the NEVI ofNEMi Of NVftfc e4 Sec. 2*. TSS R22E $100. to '. e- -"- -.. -.. nfl' ....... .
desiring
$4,500.Andrwe J. Finley wife to Town & of the E 2 acres of Ntt of Slit ofNWV4 C4w w4 L.Davie wile to David C. In buslnaa under e '. p". ( ..','1

Inc. Lot 31 of of NEVI of Sec. 34, T6S, R22JC. ....* 4 wife. a lot 150' E & W by1NJf engage of ." .. .. .. .. ........ '-to a'f'. .
Country Homes the fictitious name .........,.- ,. ?. ".' t .. .
Seminole Ridge Unit 5 in Sec. 12. 3000. H* lie! NK comer of the SWV4 HARDEE TAXIDERMY, .**,,,.....-,...NiHrivejhn i....Jit-*.'*,M.MiV**.."...*.*.T*.**.m.>< -iiNWIi I..M. ttawtey 4" .rr:.
Gault ft
Sue Gault to Oty Sue MauMI tCVHNM' Nw.wNwur Wt ... '.
T9S R22E $100. Oty tenants of NKV4 0I1c. M, T7S, R21E, $100. rOyde d Route 1, Box 344, ,'. 110.. .
William E.Gault,Jr..as Joint 1" It .
& wife to John S. ... r.N
John E. Sparkman of SWI.. W ci Com to Nellie Cone' Florida 32068 I' /
lying ,
of the S 240' of SWV'4 .. .4 N '
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Lonnie M. Davis & wife the N'/4 manta all that part of Intond to register the I I. W' ''
Rd. Sec. 26. T5S. R221!:. Cone, Joint '
Old .
NEVI of SWV. of NE'X. Sec. 21, Lawtey SWV4 ef NEV4" W of SR-231 ft part of mid name with the Clerk I l!l. ,,"e., 'tI>, l Xf T'. .1'1, "" ,I. ....' .

T7S R22E, 9000. $100.Charles Edward Underhill to Tom SB:* ef NWV4" E of Branch ft part of d the Circuit Court of .""...".....". .' 1' "t'': / .' < .
Mildred L. payton. widow of John W. Tatum ft wife, the SV of EM of NW* ef SBV4 W of 8-231 except 3 Bradford County Florid "' it fond of I :. 11.:v;.11. ,
E.. I ft "Man by nature
Doufilass NEV4
D. Payton. to James of Sec. 26, T5S acre" for eemetary ft all part of 1
SE': of SW/4 of SE'/4 novelty." Pliny The Elder .!.:r
wife a parcel of land containing 9 U22E, $100.Lacy ef SWV E! of Branch.$100. KATHY C. HARDEE '. :."1' ,-
of Sec. 2,
acres. In the N'4 of SE'/t Conway to Farris H. Conway .era.r 8/17 4tchg 9/7 \, '

T8S, R22E. 27500. an undivided Interest in Lot 3 of I 3t KM PER GALLON I '\ t".
Archie /
Archie Kittles Jr. & wife to Subdivision EPA 50 Im I
Block B in Mt. Pleasant Subaru FE Coupe rating
Lot 11 & the ,
Kittles. Sr. ft wife. in Sec 13. TBS. R22E. $100. .htghway 33 ml.city average 39 I -
northerly 50' of Lot 12 Block 13. Geneva Lake Estates to Craig W. mtedtvu argas.LimnedOuantdtyWserald. ItlSO

Lawtey, East of Railroad R22E, $3.000 rlght-of- Hey ft wife. Lot 6, Geneva Oaks .VoIIIewllger1/Suberu
way. Sec. 23, T5S.
Alvarez ft Claudia C. 6000. Lane Ave. 5. Ph 781-55tl
Larry R. Samuel G. Lee &wife to Warren W.
Alvarez to Thomas E. Martin It Lots 18 through 29. LakeVPW OUtt
Stevenson.
wife. Lot 1, Lake Bedford Shores a !
.. si no BUGS
TBS.parcel R22E.of land 30000.in the NE'of Sec. 12, -

Luther B. Hardee wife to Emory THANKS
Dwayne Hardee parcel of land In

Subdivision Block 5S, R3W$100.of Simon J. Temple's) Thanks for continuing me as a PROTECT VCXJR


Homes Joseph of R.Fla.Harvey, Inc.,to Lot Affordabli 49 01: Member of your School Board STORED GRAIN WITH

Pine Ave.. Crystal Lake Homesites. unopposed. The vote confidence MALATHION oosr..

21000.Affordable. Homes of Fla., Inc. ti)i you have placed in me will never be C Malathion Grain Protectant
Wesley C. Sheffield wife Lot 49 01
Pine Ave. Crystal Lake Homesltes betrayed. I renew my ,/ ,v Dust.YourFarmersMutual

27500. to continue myefforts \, Exchange has it, ready to
pledge -
Horace M. Redding & wife fc 9 you c protect your grain and keepit
Richard M. Redding/ reel of Lot 3:3I.I for superior schools and school safe during storage from I
in Woodlawn.Sec. 16. T5S H22E. Slot .
Clyde Cone & wife to Ralph ElvlHaen I.n facilities with no Increase in your tax \ \ pesky bugs.
& Richard Ward Ha/en, 2 w Here's how to use it. f first
tracts of land one in Sees 8.9.16. 1 7f dollar. -' prior to storage clean out your
of T7S. R22E.the other in Sees.8& 9 cTZS ) grain bin. Get rid of old grain

R22E. $100. and debris-the materialinsectsliketonestandbreedin.
Arthur Bruno to the City c;{ | -Pat Spengler .
Hampton, Fla. Lots 5, 8, 11, & 12, c
+ Then, thoroughly dust the

i walls ,ceilings;: and floors of
,.
'C1 f .
,
I > / grain binselevatorsconveyors
M and truck beds.
:
1 Paul Next as you fill your bin, dust
Meng
your grains (wheat,.oats. rice,

corn, rye barley, or grain
sorghum) uniformly with

Dlm.atle, .......,. zf:4: -I Malathion protection against Dust. It's rice your weevil,

i For County CnB:.k.b wBI,l 4 % granary weevil cadelle,

: L .saw-toothed grain beetle,

SEEKS lO',1II11IUITIIIII. / confused flour beetle,and red
r
'
1 \ flour beetle.
alT If you prefer. 1 Malathion Dust

can also be added to your filled

'combinehoppersbeforestoring.By .

Ruth And I Have Lived In. Bradford County J..., L the time you reach your bins

ire. For The Past Thirty Two Yen.... Our Eleven ,.. 7 : the throughout dust will the be distributed grain.


Children Were Born And Raised Here. t Finally, after each bin has
tI ? ; T- been filled give the grain a
.
),. \ :.rte-s rlr r _. surface: treatment for Indian,

Some Of My Beliefs And Principles AreiR : =:f; meal moth with a top layer .(

"sLti of dust.
For more details or to order

...*. Tun tf Nnila Tie Sit Of ....r...... V* Mwi his IS.SIAd' A.d Mae .' f. the quantities you need, talk

IMhI'.1 I9q/1sIIIIN r. to your pesticide specialist at
.1.' your FMXHe'U fix you up so

I A. 'If TVe tttth fmlrfCktriittr AId "A' o1.s$ *.irJ l... ". I: .' you won't have to worry about !' ,


h Mal liaMrH Thai 1.1..... :" r.1 'rf'..>;f" 1 / anything bugging you. I II

Ze.I.. Ai We Mm H Tiltf l I. O"1ft T. Tke Ildiddlld herd. kill' *.! A Vtolttta, Of
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A CHIstm RIO.i Ta ;K t.., JUJ t.ir Ktmt It I. I........ T. tnmn QwH "H" 1)at Tfr".*f FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE'

Wald. ,1111/ .nil Rlkt her W.*1J. (. Tab PfM Us. i

2226 North Temple Avenue, Starhe ,96..1871Psge1B
pd. Policed Adv.rtl'*."m.nl By Paul M.n9



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