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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 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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The political scene shifts to Theressa. Saturday night commission had a 140,000 carry over of. funds and .
where a fish supper, served by the volunteer fire "that's how they balanced the budget. How will they i !. :i
department, I* expected to bring out more spectatorsthan balance It next year with, no cash carryover ; f s' \ ,. I
the so who attended the opening rally at Brooker Referring to the so-called taxpayer revolt last year t j I II.
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Few new issues surfaced in the first go-round with the Just nodded their heads and went on doing (.I l''; : I'
old whipping boys ,of high taxes and low services !the same things." With two commission seals to be i4 .
.bearing the brunt of candidate attacks. decided this year Cardin said, ''Th people of Bradford .'.. ,
As the hot August sun bore down at 6:30: candidates County have a chance to tutu this thing around." {
were reduced to exchanging cards with each: other as Replying to Cardin's tax criticism incumbent Hodges h'
spectators, were slow arriving In a hurried meeting said "The' present rate of Inflation Is bound to cause an ;l'
I after the rally, Democratic Committee members votedto increase taxes sooner.. later.*He pointed to the ful,,, '
set the speaking time back to 7 p.m. "to give folks fUlment of his promise of Improvement to State Road 18, '
time to get borne, eats and cool oft ,a, little;' before. !the main highway serving Brooker, and said 'if reelected /i,
coming out again.As he would work- to.obtain toU-fre telephone *
usual in !the opening round most of the speecheswere service for Brooker area residents wishing to ,communlcate "
low key with only a hint of possible fireworks to, with the county courthouse In Starke. '
come. The two county commission races each attracting In wide-open District commission race where I
three contenders, provided a few sparks as incumbent George W.Roberta I.not seeking reelection, ; Heaven
Paul I. Meng, seeking the District commission post,. candidate Mark B.Addax said he would not work with a k Side of
launched an attack on the County Zoning Board in line "do nothing Commission"and expressed concern about ,. f
with his theme of reducing the cost of oppressive "big1 'high taxes, senior citizens and' "people-on fixed 19 Cents
government." said he couldn't figure out any use Incomes." He said that local government seems to begetting r Copy
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for the zoning boar except"To>>oppress the people" by away from basic horn rule, "and If someone / P
not letting them use their property as they wish. "The higher up! is going to control our county government, 'tl,t .
.. government continually Increasing In size and all then we don't need a Commission. .
these controls: are starting to bite us, Mong said. He Jesse J.Wolbert,another District One contender,said >
favors capital punishment. ; opposes, abortion on he entered the race "to try and 'do something"about ,';;' f
demand and wants 'God.and prayer. returned to bur; some things going on In Bradford County",One of these, '
schools" he pointed out, Is providing more jobs at home for
Steve Cardin.another contender for the District post county residents,, ".which I am trying! 'to da as a '
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I! now held by E.W. Hodges, quoted letter from a member of the Development Authority Wolbert said *; the -,
Congressman saying Americana work up to June 2 each asked many questions about last year's tax Increase' ri. -
year to pay their taxes"with 42 c.ntaout of each dollar but "didn't get many answers." : 'A : -,'- -
going back to the government" Stating that the county: E.L(Nook') Norman' third man in the District 4 race ," g
r had a 57 percent tax Increase last year Cardin said the (See P..e'j) 1 '
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School bells will ring next Monday There wilt be the addition of one bus anticipate alternate school being thetype
morning 'Aug 28. fw an estimated for handicapped persons. of school: students won't enjoy
3.850 Bradford County 'students Teachers returned to school we are trying to Impr
I returning .classes for the 1978-79 Monday for preplanning Aug. '21-23. students the necessity of attending!
school year. Both teachers and students will havea class. To excuse them from that Is
holiday Monday, Sept. 4, for Labor really detrimental to. toe education of
Bus routes and starting times at all Day Report' cards for' the first students," I
county school will\ remain the same grading period will go out Oct. '16. pointed out a student In alternateschool
UI last year. superintendent Tom An estimated 1.200 students will will be receiving zeroes in each 'r '
Casey told the school board Monday attend Bradford High School this class he misses. if
night. There will be alight variations year. Principal Jim Duncan said Duncan said the construction on the
In school hours from school center to students are asked to look for their' .renovated cafeteria has been delayed I
school center to stagger bus departures homeroom assignments to be posted by rain adding he docs not look for ",
but the basic school day will around the school. All students are to students to be served in the fast food. "
be gin at 8:30: a.m.and end at 2:30: p.m report Monday to their homeroom operation until October.
I 'i assignment where schedules will be. Until the' $171,923 renovation Is'
available., completed student lunches will be
Duncan said locks for physical cooked at Starke Elementary School
education lockers are the responsibility and delivered to the high school and
of the students and those locks served In the old canning plant the
cannot be used for the regular school concrete building directly behind the Starke nollcemsn-t .. Dwayne Harden and John Ramsey hose
left '. trailer fire on SR-1
locks for building lockers. 'gym.. Ennls. takes a
Duncan also said a new attendance, At Bradford Middle School. students
? for BITS has been Initiated.. will return to open classrooms. The
Four absences equals a falling grade placement of walls at BMS has been 4 In. Horne Fires
three tardles equals one absence: and delayed waiting fora the '.
an unexcused absence means a zero Department of Education. -
I 'I grade for that day. He added an'
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hasn't' been hammer
absence is unexcused unless a a A busy week far
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S.Lawtey medical certificate is provided ringing In this school all summer," resulted in four
showing a student la ill.All appeal and says BMS principal Jesse Moore. residents receiving
,; exceptions .will be decided by the Constructing walls while classes are timing Starke y I
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session will be a little bit tough destroyed. v. "
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principal '
BUDGET absence allowed. This Moore added.Estimates At 2 a.m.'last ...... ....'
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attendanceare 'trailer miles "
year parents'will be called when ,a seven "! ,
7h3e p.m.. student Is absent Duncan added, 700 for the middle school low at SR-125 occupied by '" ...
<" i" When'questioned by school: board Starke Elementary 615 Southalde 44* and six other ; .. <;-:".;; :
'tu'A.2' chairman J.T Parrish at the Aug. 21 Elementary. 350 at Lawtey Elementary : family; caught.fire #, r t.. ....
'ii7.i; i ."' r.i! board meeting; Duncan defended the jao Hampton Elementary,, and :i was sleeping. .. t.
Theresea, '' medical excuse policy. 185 at Brooker Elementary. '< Friday afternoon a ,p /, ..
"' he goal Is to get students In class The staff! positions for all the west owned by Mr.
POLITICAL, and RALLY.' : ."" I want the board to be aware of the schools have been filled except at the Jordan, burned ', #' I
high school where three openings couple was on .
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school: going enforce that policy" remain a Specific Learning Disability fire department '
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"JiServlftl"\""' from stet Fm.' said Duncan. (SLDl teacher; a biology teacher tankfula'of water to ,' ..,.
-- Spe.klnBrp.m. "J feel we have a program here that and a physical education instructor, blaze. but the trailer I
," 'U' "'" ( will 'encourage; students'to attend said Casey. The hiring of six: teachers, damage and was the vacationing conple who lived .. the I
.'. !1' MethodlstYouth, ;:.y class"added Duncan. On the subject In the past week was approved by the .. The burnt envelope told who Urn nnkvtky
CAR WASH board (See Page .
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:4: .: Bradford County,Local Towns Should Have A Plan, Students pleasantly should cool find the school first day classrooms of
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'I'h.:,' ,".:.. l'' "Ho.ltal..nI With a destructive force equai to 800)) s'deadly bombs passing through Starke Kingsley Lake; the city councils of all municipalities the county; the County repair of eight air conditioning units
...1 I _' ',..m.f"1''V .'\ ""', dally by rail and highway,.all county emergency response groups are gearing Commission: County Board of Public Instruction; Bradford County Hospital In the county knocked out by an electrical :
i r up with an overall plan of evacuation la order as one leader says, "not to be Starke .Nursing Home Rescue Units; Gatorland C.B. Club radio aPdnewspapers. storm completed this week.
'! ''IIIr''t'J-;.. Starke COuncil, caught with our britches down when the time cornea." "We will be slip shape by Thursday
", HUD ..cat'hYM Green said primary emphasis at the meeting would be on an emergency plan'for Aug. 2f) afternoon1; operations
1" .' ?...,."?* t'. Letters went out Tuesday from'the Civil Defense! office to a dozen or more'' evacuating possibly 5,000 people and moving them one-half mile from the, director Leonard Register. He said
groups 'fItho,wiU be called: on to participate in such an emergency operation: "'danger zone in ten minutes: He termed VA.301 and the railroad as the two most plans for school reopening were going
Twsday.Aw,29 when It arrives.Tile meeting Is caI1edfor7:30 p.m Thursday Aug.31.Th '.
smooth"
potentially dangerous zone in the area real a week ago until an
'. i *question.la not IF we, 'will haW a disaster,but'when.,.says Harry Green Green said the plan would encompass not only train derailments and traffic electrical storm Friday, Aug. u.
I chief of the County Volunteer Fire Department, the unit that baa aparkplugged accidents,causing the possible spill of toxic chemicals or propane gas,but also Register said the surge when power
SC Zoning Board c rescue and evacuation operations here In.the pasts : on possible flood hurricane and tornado three ta. was restored caused eight of the nine
'J'.I'IiIf! ,H.m.. Green said the Seaboard-Coastline Railroad had estimated that>00 rail cars In ease of a gas explosion be Mid the total blast or burn area would be air conditioning units In the county to
'..s"' .. J carrying! potentially I i daily and approximately 600 feet from impactThemalnshelterforrefugees malfunction. ii
wt approximately 200 trucks, simIIarlyloadedplynandsouth on U3-301 every would fairground buildings,the armory, and All the repairs were completed by
;: r. (CommunituSank 24-hour period., possibly county schools Green said Vse of school buses. and buildings for Wednesday except Starke Elementary -
.' Flo-'L- ; ,dttut,' ;v,Green said the following groups bad been urged to send their'chairman, evacuation( and shelter.purposes will be among the Items discussed next and Southalde Elementary!: which j I
administrator or a representative to the meeting la the Cotmtv Fire Depert'i$ ;Thursday: night Green said.' Register expected to be finished by
.c.u.T.rM,1N q meat headquarters: Sheriffs office: poUce departments of arbe.Lawtey.t'l.j i.i'!M Hw.aso.expressed hop that a'mm showing disaster and evacuatfal Thursday before school reopens
,,r ..fMtmf o.nw InxirMKf': prM c.re, Brooker;;and Hampton all fire departments!in.the county as wetl as the.unit, ftt'.,;f41tfO.JL..P Bia( swssmrett. would. ,be available for showing at the meeting.. ', ...Monday., '' r ,
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I Heather Sheri Sapp Celebrates 3rd BirthdayMr. y 11HI1

and Mr ..Charles P. Sapp, Jr. Heather and her little friends were ghecttaufye 9oo W/ ide.jfY7
entertained their little daughter, served Winnie the Pooh birthday
Heather Sheri on her third birthday cake, punch, Ice cream, and chip .,\ 7" .
with a party at the Sapp home In The children all received,Winnie the thlor
Lawtey last Sunday afternoon, Aug. Pooh party favor After Heather 111-1 Jost.ty 96 .7608
20. opened her the children playedon _____ __ __ 'u__,--
swings and slides In the yard.Heather' .

A Winnie the Pooh theme was *father ended the party by Miss Debbie Mitchell, Aug. 26 Bride-Elect, Honored With Shower I IMill

carried out. The children had Winnie grilling hamburgers with all the
the Pooh balloon and streamer trimmings for the parent. Debbie Mitchell: August 36 Miss Mitchell la the daughter of Mr. Roger of Thompson. Ga.

,_ ,_,,_____ ____..n____ bride-elect of Chuck Coty, was and Mrs. Frank; Mitchell of Green The hostesses presented of her chosen Miss
honored with a miscellaneous bridal Acre*. Mitchell with a piece
shower last Tuesday night,Aug. 15.at Th* serving table In the Winkler china a*a momento of the, occasion, .
the home of Mr*. George Winkler in home was covered with an ecru cut- '' -
Green Acres.hostesses work cloth. The center piece was a Eastern Star Set*. ;
1 / of the affair were Mrs. bouquet of summer flower
'Charles Norman, Mr*. Kenneth Among those attending were Covered Dish
Grider and Mrs. Winkler. Debble'a grandmother, Mrs. Nell SupperStarke's

HonoreeThe Chapter number 224 of the
Prices Reduced Charlotte Whitehead Shower
Order of the Eastern Star will have a
The D.F. Norris home' in rural gift table,placed In front of the covered dish supper Saturday.August
White Spring was the setting for a fireplace,was covered with a cutwork 26 at 7 p.m. Iq the Masonic Hall.
bridal shower honoring Miss linen cloth. All masons and their families are
Charlotte Whltehad of Starke. bride- Sharing the occasion: with Miss Invited to attend the event
30-60-90- @nr Big 25" elect of Frank, Durrance, now ,of Whitehead were Mr A.B. Whitehead -
p l Starke. ,mother of the bride, Mr*. C.F. Barbara Zorbach.
The affair was hosted by the ladlesof Durrance,mother of the groom Mrs.
(QJlQJU10 OvenClosed Friendship, Baptist Church of Sylvia DeLoach. slater of the groom, David Settles Honored
Days Jasper where Frank' father la along with 23 other guest
pastor.. Mis Whitehead received a numberof at Dinner PartyMr.
Same As Chef. Door The party room was beautifully useful gift along with a corsage of
111 Magic decorated with arrangement of white daisies presented by the
gladiola, mums and daisies In rain hostesses. and Mrs. Floyd M. Settles of
bow colors. The refreshment table Starke hosted a dinnerparty Saturday
CashFREE Gas Ranges Broiling covered with white lace over blue Penny Sue Rhoden night,August 19,at the Spin Drifter in
linen was centered with an arrange Orange Park honoring their IOn
ment of mums, daisies and greenery.Local David and fiancee Barbara Zorbach
No Smoke WayneRhoden following the couple; wedding
3 ( Basket WeaverTo rehearsal.

_ _ To Wed Aug. 25 The nineteen guest,which includedthe
Be On Channel 12 two immediate families and
Lift Up wedding party, were seated at a U-
Balloons Mrs. Marcia Pattillo of Marklee Mr.and Mrs. W R. Gatlln of Starke shaped table which was decoratedwith
Starling Road will be featured on the announce the approaching marriage a centerpiece of yellow summer
removableFor Channel 12, IS p.m. News Thursday,. of their daughter Penny Sue Rhoden flowers with burning tapers and
The Aug. 24.Mn. to Walter Wayne Rhoden, son of Mr. yellow bud vases completing the
Pattillo daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Walter A. Rhoden of decorations.The .
1 s Top Mrs. Levi Whittle of Starke, I Is a Hampton. honored couple presented giftsto
weaver and basket maker. their attendants after the dinner.'
Vows will be exchanged Friday.
Kids ,at 8 at the Community Edwards ReunionSet
.. PricosStart SAVE sSI." I Aug.Church 25 In Keystone p.m. Heights. -Dyal

As On A IB uad Sunday, Aug. 26
Full Line a jre annex.A reception. will follow In the church

Swi..ilip ,1 Descendants and friends of Lacy R.
Of Gas Low As$21800. No invitations are being sent but all Edwards and Lula B. Dyal are invitedto
friends and relatives are Invited to a family reunion this Sunday. Aug.
attend. 27,at the Elks Lodge on US-301 northin
and Elect.Appliances '
Starke;
Lunch will be served at I p.m.
The Elks,Lodge is at 2030 North
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wtCenter Mltchell-Coty WeddingSet
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Model 318W-i
Miss Debbie Mitchell and Chuck
Diving Board
FREE. Coty will be united In marriage Satur.
Slide,| Or day. August 26. at 7 p.m. In the First
Baptist Church of Starke.A .
Automatic Pool Cleaner reception will follow.
No local Invitations are being sent.
Charter Pools but all friends and relatives are
Invited to attend. .1 I
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J ax Toll Freep.1.8O3432.27U 4 YA Shane Bennett's
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No Down Payment
i Penny Rhoden Shane Bennett celebrated his fourth
10.Years To Pay Wayne RhodenLAST birthday on Tuesday evening August
15. at McDonald's, with the part
being given by his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Donald K. Bennett and his

brother Games Casey.were played and refreshments

3 d DAYS evening.were served (or an enjoyable


Blood Drive Set Monday.

Sale Ends Sat. August 26 1978 Aug.25; Need is CriticalThe


Clvitan Regional Bloodmobilewill
be in Starke at the Chamber of
Commerce office on South Walnut
Street Monday Aug. 28.
The Regional Center is criticallylow
TABLE OF GIRL'S on blood,.said chamber secretary
1 RACK OF Kathy Struth. She asked all Bradford
I GRASS HOPPER & STORY BOOK, | County donors between the ages of 17
ALL LADIES and 59 please to call her at.964-5278 for
an appointment.

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$ SLEEVES' Mr. and Mr*. Maxie Norton. Jr. of
Kingsley Lake announce the birth of a
From 200 daughter. Leslie Noel. 6 Ibs. 9 oz..
789 Values born Aug. 8. in Riverside Hospital in
Value Jacksonville.
From M49, Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
Mrs.W.L.Mobley of Starke. Paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E.M.
Norton. Sr. of Kingsley Lake


$ 00 o oi Julie Mccole RobinsonMr.

1 and Mrs. Joe Robinson and
Vince of Brooker announce the birthof
a. daughter and sister Julie
i 1 TABLE Niccole..born August 18 in Alachua
General Hospital in Gainesville.
LADIESGRASSHOPPER Julie Niccole weighed Ibs.8 oz. at
birth.She joins brother Vince, almost
6 year of age.
Paternal grandparent are Mr. and
Mr*. i Joe. Robinson of Wellborn.
Maternal grandparents are.Mr. and
Mr. D.S. Alvarez of Starke.
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ALL LADIES .........


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(SHORTS $ OOO DAis
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nipper and
# DUCKY'SDEPARTMENT children Steve and Sheri visited
Size 8-46 Georfla.; North Carolina. South
'Carolina and Tennessee last week.

Values From 7M

$ \00 THE BRADFORD
(()l'Sn'TELEGRAPIlP1Iblllhfll

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every Thursdayat
STORE 133 W.Call Street
Marke Florida 320*IKecoad

[ BATHING $ 0 lass postage paid

SUITS 5 Lawrence Blvd. at Stark*.FloridaSubscriptke Rates

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I Keystone Heights, Fla. trade area:17 per
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Values To $1895t
Outside trade area: Hperveart
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< Paprika may also have a Blight bite. / Move
Church On
..JIUtorically, tills kind was character ; Burglars '
j NOTESBy bile,of Hungarian Paprika although I1'tt' f/,1i I
today that country produces the
sweet type of paprika a* well. In the To Other County Trials
same way, most other growing areas
Mary Yearta today produce both.sweet and
nippy
f-towners who brokentoSt.
three
The out- John's cases Involved theft of numerous
064-Q280 Ext. 284 Paprika. Spain lithe exception, since d ( Edward'sCatholic:Church last church Items, while the Starka
It is of
the
Paprika always sweet
month pleaded not guilty to lesser break-in did not
MBM* type. Since several varieties of carry: any theft
In Bradford
of
charges trespassing charges
OREGANO used to
peppers are produce Paprika Circuit Court Monday August 21, and MHO in court Monday Leonard M.
Almost 2,000 years ago the Greeks pods In one growing area may differ ;
were summoned by Clay and St.JOtva'1 .Booth Brooker pleadLJ'not
guilty to
called
this herb of the mint family in shape and size from those of
"Joy of the mountain." It ha* since another.Some are fairly round,with a Counties for seven other a charge of aggravated battery with a
been called not end others are church burglary case deadly weapon. and his trial date wa
In
only "Oregano. but pointed elongated.
Kevin Fred Chapman. 28,and Mary set for October 23.
"wild marjoram," "winter sweet," general they are medium to small,as Rolksand Robinson 19, both of Las
"orlgany" and "origan."Many good peppers go Vegas, Nev., and Steve Corson Jr, Sandra Marie Fisher pleaded not
cooks also call It In instance, the
"the most
pizza herb"Leaves.are consumer
32, of Detroit, were sentenced by guilty to burglary with intent to
about rive-eighths Inch finds a container labelled simply Judge Wayne Carlisle to the time that commit theft, with (the trial being set
long and light green when dried. "Paprika" and this is the sweet type. they had already served since the for October 23.
American cookbooks in use at the The kind which bas some pungency Is July 30 Incident All three burglary Riley Leonard Grlffis pleaded not
turn of the century seem never to primarily sold in food manufacturing suspect had pleaded not guilty to guilty to a charge of burglary with i
have mentioned Oregano by name If channels; when available at retail It on August 16. intent to commit theft with an Oct. 23
called for at all. It was called "wild Is usually a specialty food Item, which burglary The three Clay cases and four St. trial date set.
marjoram."Then came World War II may or may not be found In the
with American men eatlna the foods regular spice department.
of many parts of the globe. A great California Is now one of our major \
favorite was the Italian pizza which sources of Paprika, It Is also imported ........... OurMen In Service...".... )i\1
requires Oregano for full flavor. The from Spain, Hungary, Yugoslavia
use of Oregano has doubled and re- Morocco and Bulgaria.For Receiving: promotion to major .Is John C.Stephens.Jr..ton of Mrs.Joan C.
'doublad number of times in the last futher Information concerningyour Stephens and the Ute John C Stephens Sr.Starke., Minion Enter Navy of six weeks of Basic Training In i
two decades. household write to your County On Delayed Enlistment Orlando Florida Seaman Recruit '
Mediterranea varieties Oreganoare Extension Home Economics Agent, Major General Lawrence M. Jeues commander of the Zlit Support M in of Box 152 Minton will attend 9 I
Command KarfsersUutcra. Germany made the presentation. Mrs. Stephens Kirk Allen ton. approximately
used S. P.O. Drawer
Yearta
in Italian dishes while Mary 1028 weeks training ,
8r visiting Germany OB a SI day vacation was able le attend the Ralford, son of Lester and Virginia
ceremony.
Mexican Starke. Florida 32001 Call 964-6280 Aviation j
dishes and chill powder often or ,1 Minion has enlisted in the U.s. Tennessee as an Ordinance
'contain another variety one with a (Extension 284) Starke or 406-2321\ Major Stephens Is married to the'former Mary Duggar of Ralford and NAVY'* Delayed Entry Program. Technician I
ttistinct difference in character and (Lake Butler.) This service Is free to Macclenny they' have two children,John C,HI.is,and Kathy I). Kirk will finish School at During the coming school: year, J
flavor. everyone without regard to race, Bradford County Stare, and be In Seaman Recruit Minton will have the ,
Oregano is sold in both whole and color or national origin. the Navy with School Guarantee as Opportunity to earn at advance pay. I
ground form. Delicious in meats,ten, an Aviation Ordinanceman and the grade by assisting his Navy ,
cheese egg dishes or with such vegetables Recruiter in enlisting three additional :
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as tomatoes,,zucchini or green LegalNOTICE Mr.'. Debra Woodfin when opportunity he graduates.to serve Upon comolction country, pt'rlmsln the NAVY Kirk was enlisted ,
beans. by Petty Officer Ronald Miller i;

Greece, Mexico the Dominican OF INTENT TO regular! meeting to be held your /Inspection at the a: Given Baby Shower n __ ,
Republic and Turkey' send us CONSIDER THE ADOPTION at 10:00 a.m. in the office of the Clerk of the ;v"
Oregano. Italy and Sicily. are also OF AN ORDINANCE County Commission Circuit Court Bradford POLITICAL RALLY & FISH FRYu r
Important producers. REPEALING CHAPTER 6, Mooting Room, Bradford County Courthouse Mrs. Debra Woodfin of Starke was w)
PAPRIKA CONTRACTORS. SEC County Courthouse, Starke FlorId > honored Monday, August 14, with a THERESSA- Sat.Aug. 26 I
Sixteenth century Hungarians fell 0-1 THROUGH 8-14 OF Starke. Florida, on EACH AND .EVERY baby shower given by Mrs. Mary Sue
in love with a spice which was brought THE BRADFORD Monday. September 11, PERSON having any f Tomlinson and Mrs. Sheila Pugh, at Supper Served From 5:30Benefit: Theressa I c
to them from Turkey. They called it COUNTY CODE; 1978 will consider the Interest whatever In the the home of the latter In Conerly
Paprika which meant Turkish PROVIDING AN adoption of an ordinance enactment of this proposed Estates. Volunteer Fire Dept. s200 Donation k f
pepper and eventually developed EFFECTIVE DATE. relating to: ordinance should A stork centerpiece centered on !
whole series of national dishes appear and be heard at the table which had a yellow cloth
"paprikashes" around Its flavor. TO: ALL CITIZENS AN ORDINANCE the time end place herein with a white lace overlay. Eighteen I
However, Paprika did not originate In TAXPAYERS AND RELATING TO prescribed. guests were present and enjoyed Speaking Starts At 7:00: Sponsored By
Turkey; the peppers which give us OTHER INTERESTED REPEALING CHAPTER, playing two games. :
this spice are 4 members of the PERSONS. CONTRACTORS SEC BOARD OF COUrJfVCOMMISSIONERS The hostesses presented Mrs. Bradford Co. Democratic Executive Comm.
capsicum family, which is native ,to 6-1 THROUGH 6-14 OF Woodfin with an umbrella stroller as a
the Western Hemisphere. Yet'the; YOU AND EACH OF THE BRADFORD BRADFORD COUNTY, memento of the occasion.
term Paprika has remained an 'YOU are hereby and COUNTY CODE: FLORIDA r
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through the centuries. In general. It accordance with Section EFFECTIVE DATE. By Gilbert S. Brown t I QpQ D0 J
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refers to a relatviely mil ,(ranging 125.66. Florida Statutesthat YOU ARE FURTHER Clerk ..,,' i I Happy Birthday I i i
from no pungency at all id a slight the Board of County GIVEN NOTICE that a By Beulah M. Moody L
bite) capsicum product with a bright CommMloner of Bradford copy of said proposed I t 138 East Call St. Starke, 964-5890
red color. It is always a ground County Florida at a ordinance I II available.for Itchg 8/24 I MAW. MAW L
product. It is prepared from any of t Starke's Own Bakery l
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Brooker Council Balances Budget .
The first American fire tnglnw. built In 1654. WM a .
wheeled. machine that spouted water from a eastern filled '
by bucket- ..Mn. Brooker's town council tentatively Raulerson's Police Department The mills* rate of 3.00 will also be south of the Fire Department building
approved a balanced budget of Just budget as purchases of new tires, a advertised for public bearing becauseIt and said the l Issue could be settled a
under $33,000 by a unanimous vote at town weapon (Raulerson has been to. above the property appraiser's the town would Install a water meter
Its Tuesday Augusta, budget session using his own),and leather equipmentwere recommended rate of about 3.91. The for him and also pay him 11.500 or put
and will now advertise a September S eliminated from the budget raise to 3.001* necessary for Brookerto In a septic tank for him on the
public hearing which win deal with sheet. Nipper's Recreation funds continue to get Federal Revenue "' !member
\ the proposed budget, a 3.00 mlllage were trimmed by 12.330: as the council Sharing funds. "I m of the volunteer fire
\" rate and Federal Revenue" Sharing opted to delay the purchase of new At the same meeting Rev Herschel department and t am, certainly not
E L. "Noak'. funds. playground equipment. The cuts Markum came before the council to going to keep the fire departmentfrom
The council left budget requests tat made the total tentative budget for tell them that the Brooker Fire using my land as aa entrance
NORMAN the General Administration fund the the Police Department ",76$ and the Department was using roughly 45 by way but I do hope the town can work
GaCOUNTY Sanitation Department, and the Park Ree Department $2.875, 50 foot section of the block of land he something out to benefit me also,"
Department alone but cut the other recently purchased and to say that be Markum said.
four budget department to balancethe $1,915 was cut from the Fire Department hoped to work something out with the, The town council decided to wait (to
COMMISSIONDISTRICT 1978-79 worksheet after being told budget, leaving the volunteer council on the matter. Markum plans make a decision on the matter until
2. COUNTY AT LARGE by local Certified Public Accountant firefighting force with I3.00O to open a washeterla on the land just the next regular council meettne
pat Farnsworth that the proposed budgeted for 197879. In addition

ELECT A. MAN WITH EXPERIENCE $7,000 budget over expenditures the town's expected were about revs Department nearly$2,000 leaving was taken that from department the Road 7 Juveniles Arrested For TheftsTwo I
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nue for the next fiscal year. The 78-7
Will WorM Hard, To 8.... All TII., P.opl.Ot 1I.dfOld budget as It reads now Is about 13,000 On the subject of needed road repairs
A County Mm That Fairly'UQUALIFIED Nonsstly. Imp..n and SINCERE About TII. over the 1977.78 approved budget the council was reminded by Farns- Reno juveniles were arrested At dawn Sunday, a mosquito control:
W.IIII.lng O) BRADFORD COUNTY Town Marshall Tommy Raulerson worth that cash carryovers from 1977- and five others are being questioned rowboat was stolen from the Bradford,
and Recreation Chairman Steve 78 could be pushed Into the repair of in connection: with a series of County Health' Department, and,
YOUR VOTE
Pd. Pol Ad ".Id For ay m. I L. NOIm.n WILL C.mpalgn BE APPRECIATED T.u,.,. Nipper volunteered cuts In their damaged roads and Town clerk Eva robberies In Starke this past weekend, according to facts related to Tomaso-,
budgets to help balance the total Clark told the council it could expect according to police Investigator vitch by the Juvenile Monday,: the > d
budget $1,018 was cut from some cash carryover monies. George Tomasovitch. Creek paddled the boat ware Alligator' .,,
The questioning of two of the past Bradford Shopping
juvenile* Monday morning led to the Center They then broke Into a bikes,
I Investigation of five others, ranging In shop across from Food Fair on Walnut
c' age from 10 to 14. The Investigation'Is Street and stole bike parts. The boys i
# g; i i continuing, and further arrests are then went swimming at Sampson. ,j
yt expected,. according to Tomasovitch. Lake for the day. ,. .'.
: # The two arrested juveniles are being The saga continued, as the boys
G' V detained at Alachua County Juvenile went Into Saratoga Heights subdlvl- ,
& r. m mwi#; Shelter. den and attempted Sunday night to

mm # $ # $: steal bikes from several homesi but '.
The string of robberies began .were caught by the residents and ran v
'9mm ft; .*, $ < jf' Saturday night, when Johnson's Feed away. On the way back home .
Store and the Goodwill Store on however, the boys picked up three',
FABRIC SHOPS Brownlee Road were broken Into. bicycles from homes, according'to the' s
Candy and merchandise were stolen. juvenile's account. < ,
The oldest boy had broken, Into Sunday night the group broke back I
Johnson's 26 times before. In Johnson's and the Goodwill l Store. '_
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r Since the trailers burned very Moore who investigated the fire. She, 'J
quickly the causes of both fires were was later found to be visiting a friend' r
unknown. in Lawtey.
According to Mrs. Smith, several The trailer was totally destroyed in
members the family smelled smoke the blaze, ''Mrs. Smith had to drive
and were able to get out of the trailer' several miles to report the fire,.with' :
lt*, door safely. Mrs Smith was forced to most of the damage done before the
L jump from a window, though,' and .!.awteyfiremen! were called.
The Jordan trailer caught fire about
suffered burns on her hands when she
snuffed out flames on her husband's S:IS Friday afternoon and flames and
h clothing. billows of smoke were pouring out'of'
Lewis Smith ST.. and Lewis Smith, the windows, by the time Starke-
Jr., 23, were admitted to Bradford firemen arrived. According to
County Hospital Thursday morning, fireman Dennis Rhoden the fire
SAVINGS. suffering from 1st and 2nd degree seemed to have started near'' the'
.. multiple bums,'The son was rele aed' middle of the trailer bllt'an exact
Thursday afternoon, reported in good location could not be determined.
condition. The father was released Starke Firemen Bobby Lewis
Tuesday and was In satisfactory Dwayne Hardee, and Chuck Leasure.
condition. Mrs. Smith also said that who were on duty when the fire
her daughter,Brenda 15,had her hair occurred and Rhoden. John Ramseyand
singed in the blaze. Tim Crews, along with 10
fOFBACKtOWHOO. .Volunteer, had the blaze under
It was first believed that one of the
control In about 35 minutes.Mr. .
Smith daughters, Kathy, 19, was Jordan who owns the Jordan
trapped inside the
burning trailer according '
Insurance Co. In Starke. and his wife
to Bradford
County sheriffs
were due back from vacation by the
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Dempsey Glen
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Starke policeman Ricky Bennett checks out the Inside or James, '('fU"%hN. .1
Johnson's car moments ,after the National Guardsman from South Ciiriiltn.i
had headed south In the northbound lane of 301. running head-on Into the Inn I.l :n n
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Threesome 2 Luck: Out in Head-On' Crashes, .k
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A South Carolina National emergency! room and was cht"rkr'd| I i'
Guardsman got his traffic lanes confused 'with iln\ing on. the wrong suitnl thr
'O \ Northstar j4% DRESSPRItnS .and a Starke man receive road '. .
but hit a tree, as both men Damage to Joh "o.t'I'I'1I1" wo'* rah
Plaid minor Injuries In accidents this past mated at $2, week. received $'1. fcimuRc1.. t
FLANNEL; James Crawford Johnson. 54. ol \\l'dnc'ulu'ni, ht. Juv ItcimyIt.iker.
Anderson. S.C.. pulled out from the ':l:!!. ofiMarkiv, : \irairliiii\: ; ,
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warm setting. Today's layered 1::25. and started heading south in the Polley Hood when ho 1I\1l'f\1'(1 l 'to mia *!. ,
for cozy robes and look! 44/45" wide 1 t&Sfm northbound lane of 301.. according to dog in the road according; In policereports. ..
night gowns and the '
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greatest for a favorite Peg. 2.29 semi-tractor and trailer, drivenby Baker ran off the road and hit a pine, .',r..
flannel shirt! 1 2Z Fred Vogel of Neptune Beach was tree head on. Starke policemun,Alan,, "ss
1.49 headed northbound on 301.and the two Baxter arrived on the scent uml. administered .
Reg. t
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.' knocked 1-14 feet. turned completely later treated and released from Bradford -' ':'
around by the Impact and headed County Hospital's emergent\
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Johnson was treated and released Damage to Baker's car was.estqu 1;.
Surfline Solid from Bradford County Hospital's mated at 1000., : ,., ',< 'J'

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WITCHERY; A new session of 'square dance School and is a well-know' fcquare
lessons for beginners will get underway dance caller in Florida and the south '_
18" wide 30 yd. pcs. ;; 50% Kodel* polyester/50 Sept. 7 when an open house will cast t
rolled on board. Clear Cotton. Machine wash warm, be sponsored by the Strawberry '. r- .' ,'* '
color. .77 ) tumble dry 45" wide 1.77 Swingers local square dance club. For more information phone Drew, ,
Reg. 1.00 Reg. 1.98 Any one\\ho thinks he or she may be and Ada Reddish at.1164.71t10; or.Jim ,.rand
interested in learning to square dance: Sandra Iteddlsh at 4.11-1211 or at <
is invited to attend the Sept. 7 open' Leila's Dress Shop*'964-5031. from 9 *,' .
4 house which Is set for 7:30: p,mJ,In the a.m. ta3' 30 pm, '" ';
new National Guard Armory on '., I
Edwards Road In back of, Bradford, ,\n>, couple who may be Interested '

TO4VS AOVCHTISCD MSMCMANOISK POLtCV-TOaVa a4l.r la taalwa ..... dwr1l. .d a..raAa.riw .Iw aNewb awely I. ..r._ lot'' -' Square Shopping Center; in square dancing Is Invited td attend 7 I
tha sent. In* 4rtlaa -...... la Mai avallakla. ate*la Mfatac***)_.,TO*Y will ara.. *.a akin CHaak,sass r.*_..In ar*.r 15.5 IH* The Strawberry Swingers will the Aug. 31 dance at McDonald's and
......NandKa may k.. vurchaia .. lh. aal* psi.. wkan II a__maa _........, M ya may pvr.Ka.a almllar' auallty mafahandlaa al a Millar 'VISA'pl. dance at McDonald's parking lot on to the open house set Sept. 7 In the '
..udustW will ..* Nay la r....... yaw awoay If ya ara nN ..... haaay with ya w ..,........ II la TO4Y posy. I* aa. awlaa4 aim>itmi>aa rasrk... ....vlar Sal* Prlea may vary. markat ay. mark*!. lot Aug. 31. from 7-30 to 10 p.m. The Crosby will explain what square I
IHa MI.. aria* will .'w.,. a.* .. dr.rtlMa. public is Invited. dancing Guests will have a chanceto
bur beet is at"I'G&.Y! Classes will begin Sept li at 7:30 go through a few' basic steps of rt
pm. In the Bradford County Civil square dancing, that ,everybody ,
Defense building at the fairgrounds on knows. ..
STORE HOURS Mon W.d fI'8 L'S-301 north The regular caller for To dance at "main stream'1'or' tub1'l

mW Jf(!) .JWII10CJJ! f Jfi] E1 E! 30 t S, Starke, Fla. rr Slit. 9-9: Sunday! t2'5I of the Fairbanks Strawberry, will Swingers.instruct Gil the Crosby new'' level familiar: .class'with members 88 "calls"must which become"they -

square dance- ,class. Crosby Is a will learn over a period of 30 weeks of
biology teacher at Gainesville High dancing classes.Pal. .

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senior citizens'100 representatives group! gathered at area for introduced the candidates and other state each month said Lipscomb Of g

discussion and to hear political gIMSt. the 2H million seniors In the state J-'i-1-r ,

candidate outline their view E. Bentley Llpscomb, director of about 20 percent need assistance. .. __
Tuesday, Aufl. 22, lit tbs civil defense the Health and Rehabilitative Florida, along with Arkansas, has the
building at the Bradford County fair- Services Aging; and Adult Services lowest tax rate, said Llpscomb. !

groatds. Program Office In Tallahassee All three District 25 House of & !

Joe Kerrigan of reminded the seniors they are an Representatives candidates spoke to
Keystone Height, ,
important cf the
part
ttate'a "natural
president of the North-Central Florida resources.6 the assembly Democratic Incumbent
Coalition of Senior' Citizens and the With the fourth highest Frank Williams said he "was not a E.J i _
percent: d older people Florida bar "
& .-County Senior Johnny come lately, having served I.rr I.
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Club, between S.ooo tq 15.00Q moving tome the legislature. Williams of r.rr 1 1k _
Crystal rcucN
Lake added he was concernedwith ____
the misplaced priorities for state _

; EDITORIAL spending, adding the prison systemwas '.
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Republican opponent Howard Dunnof

". Candidates Keystone Heights said his
: mes experience In management sad
leadership positions with the Marine
Corps would make his capable of
making people and money work
The,old 'rhyme could now be that "no political sign is to be together. Dunn emphasized he wanted 4, F FtL

rephrased; "Candidates' """"y placed on or above any state or tough limits on government spending,
like candidates faces, are often county road right-of-way."It also and a return government power to 1Caalldale.
the local level.Democrat ,
seen in public place* states that such signs, if posted *

will be taken down by the DOT. candidate for District 25 i

And'one of .those .favorite Tom Rivers South Ponte Vedra said .,-,. : Howard Dm. (left sad District 25 Incumbent Frank Williams. t
public places seem to be trees,' The .State's outdoor he would be a working representative' ,Vera** Olin dtacms political phlte.pktes. told seniors. he "was not a Johnny come lately'D-Crystal and would Lake
and the people In the state would beaw.re fdartac a break I ,
'the second .....! continue support legislation
fence posts, and telephone poles advertising lw (Fla. Statutes. of Bradford,Clay and St. Johns )J'' CawlUatee Day sM by eke North Central helpful to those over age M.Brace .

along highway righ l-way. Chap.. <479)< ) and the State counties. FlerMa Coalition of Sealer Ctttsens. .. ..... ... ...
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In this; pre-primary period, Chapters 335 and 229)) also District 6 Florida Senate candidate i
Cap Wilson told the seniors he was for-,, :
residents' .
county are waking up' prohibit encroachment on state .
freezing the assessed value of the ; .. '
every morning to find that a new rightofway.The home for people over 65. Wilson said aa.ktVaassaidOthe both spoke head. JiL4--z44
crop of campaign: signs haw been also too much money was spent on \GG school bo
miraculously and meticulously right-of-way on graded or criminals and not the victims of lived within its budget since hewaa
crimes who need the compensation. elected in 1974 and there would be no
erected the 'HA
roads
during
night along paved usually varies from raise In school mtllage this

highways and byways a sure 60 to 100 feet, depending on its Following a break: for lunch 'I year. 1 7

sign in itself that the political importance and the amount of Democratic candidate for governor Olin stressed his experience as an _

atmosphere is becoming recharged traffic,it.bears. Bruce Sma then told the group of the educator and his interest In correcting A y
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again' for a bolt of need to tie homestead exemption to any problems In the school system "

lightning that will strike At least Florida the rate of Inflation and "now Is the
on Sept. one county has time for tax relief" District 4 County Commission k 1
12 date of the First Primary.In a special act providing that a candidate E.W Hodges said he would

political candidate must put up a Local school board District 1 (.continue to work for matching. funds r-'r II

the meanwhile the.Florida deposit before pladng his. signs. incumbent candidates Arthur Gaskin for senior cftlzen projects. A tg

Department of Transportation, If he fails to remove them, when 1

sometimes( known as DOT .is illegally posted, then the county

bracing for inevitable poster'' keeps the deposit. That would Good News and,Bad NewsInArea's __

barrage amid warnings that the seem to be one sure way of 'f! .I
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placement of political. signs on solving the sign problem.At k .

state and county-owned road Rainfall Story '.: f ; : .,, 7'a 'W.

rights-of-way is both' Illegal. and any rater. 'if In doubt about l'There' ....1-

hazardous, the posting of political signs a 0: !
candidate would do well to check the heavy. good downpours news and bad that news have In level.to go before( reaching its "normal" !

As a matter of fact Florida .with the DOT office In Lake Smathers.
City flooded the area with two feet of rain Democratic Candidate for the District Slate
Statutes Sec. 479.22 provides to be on the safe side. in the past eight weeks. The fire tower north of Keystone candidate for governor, tells seniors Senate seat G.B. "Cap" Wilson
"now Is
Heights 21 the time for tax.relief." '
on Highway reported U.I addresses the group.
The good news is that the pendulum Inches of rain during July, and a..
Is swinging back from low to high in through August 22, making a total of
I In Case of Fire Brooklyn Lake where the water level 20.9 inches for the seven-week period.' Fire Prevention
has risen over three feet since July 1. I '

:.The heavy rains In this area have Discussed At FORESTRYIn
The bad news In that Sampson Lake been due to seasonal thunderstorms,

Fires are like accidents or even The Kingsley residents area is Still flooded In spite of which average about64ayear in North ..
were KLPOA MeetingA
removing' all the spillway
serious illnesses gates! Central Florida, according: to the
most
people told that in the of Bradford Co.
case a recent allowing water to now out at Jacksonville national weather
never think about such things fire that destroyed a mobile home speed through Sampson '''Run; service. Most of these average three talk on fire prevention was given
happening to them, until they do. west of Lawtey one teen-age girl Removal of the dam Is authorized by to five square miles In size, meaning by John L. Bradley chief of the byTimLaBelle1T

in 'the family was reported the County Commission In periods of that en area can be-flooded while Klngsley Lake Volunleer4rFlre." : ''d.
-ventiqn. as missing, ,and firemen extreme high water. $. nearbyi d .&-l'J xis at 4ropne t0 i
al nd o'cure spent sA I 4 I .wr,,Iw ti: t

and this fact was stressed in several hours searching the ruins"of Bradford County has had an aver-- .Weathermen say that one reason for Association last ,Saturday morning 'r -
a the mobile home in a vain age of 11.03 inches of rain since this year's excess rain activity is that Protecting Your Trees
talk'on fire prevention given to a attempt to find her. The girl's August 1, which added to July's 9.99 the edge of the Bermuda pressure! Bradley stressed the Importance of During Construction
group of Kingsley Lake property father was seriously burned in inches, gives a total of 20.98 for the system over the Atlantic cuts through each family having a pre-arranged
owners last week. seven-week period. Rainfall readingsat this area. Last year, a nigh pressurearea plan of evacuating the house in case of Some people call it returning to
the search and had to be the WPXE weather station 'In settled directly over north lie This Is especially Important In nature: others simply, are tired of
Two of the most bits ho p talized. The girl was later Starke, however, show a total of 14.32 Florida, repelling storms from hitting the case of children, he said, since a battling traffic and breathing polluted
important found to have been safe all the inches for the August 1-22 period, in full force. child Is apt to crawl under a bed or air. whatever, reasons, more and
of advice concerned things that time at the home of friends in making a total 24.27 inches for Starke This summer, however the hide In a closet when frightened by more people are getting out of the
many homeowners would never Lawtey. during the same seven weeks. has been drenched area fire.Each cities and building homes In the
with
think about doing before the thundershowers, causing almost some dally family should also have a pre country. Instead of designing subdivisions -

actual time of the fire. They are This incident which could have All lakes in the area which were concern over what would happen if a arranged spot to meet outside the homes, contractors with rows and rows of
suffering from deficient house in order to know if are Increasingly
simple things cost no money and rainfall for hurricane came this way, dumping everyone is buying forested
been fatal to some of the several up to 1978 are safe. Bradley said. up acres outside city
only a few minutes of timebut' years showing torrential rains on the already sodden limits and houses
: fitting In
would healthy Increases among the
have in
searchers been water level. The earth. Hurricane Dora in 1964
they are of utmost importance to'the hardest hit Brooklyn has dumped The fire chief advised calling the trees, leaving as much of the natural
"avoided havethe picked Inches on Live Oak and the
by a simple plan to up Starke
.. setting as possible.The .
safety.,of all members ft the. over three feet during the current area received 16 Inches In a threedayperiod department Immediately, without
family.) r ,fc."'. family .neet"t: designated rainy season but still has some 12 feet In 1968. waiting to fight the fire by someone major with
problem
thlllill. that
'.. 'spot to check on. everyone'seQfetyr ,who Is Inexperienced. Valuable time
be lost In this he said. all too often.the trees die either In a
''fs might way ,
'The first j precautioh: togather :. few months or even 2 or 3 years later

the fam together' and Other points stressed by Bradley Is it that the trees die because they

map out the best rout:of//,exit The group was also told not to were' Do not under any circumstances cannot bear living so close to man
.allow under circumstances County Agents V allow after years of Isolation'' Hardly the
from the home in, case i of, fire. any aperson By anyone to re-enter 'main reason Is improper
to back into a burning building: keep flammable precautions
go a burning -
This be taken
might when
plan relatively clearing and filling the
simple if it .is a one-story house building, once he or she is safely Notebook. Bo t lty"'t very materials cautious out of about storage handling areas; be lot. A building site may greatly. decrease -

with windows and,doors to,the outside. Keep them out, even if Taylor '_ < {'i.: storing gasoline,,and. do not smoke. or In In value or love its desirability
outside ia every room.'But what they must be forcibly restrained.In _._ ';;' bed: because of serious injury or death of
-- ---- _. important trees.
'A'u:W Damaged trees may
if someone is trapped in the Bradley said the number for sometimes be saved but It is usually
the meanwhile residents of
bedroom of a two-story house There seems to be a lot of re-newed control Kingsley Lake residents to call in case more economical and always better to ,
the disease will limit
and the fire 'sweeping 'up the Bradford County should Interest in pecan production In our yields of fire Is 964-6161. which Is the prevent damage than to correct it.
the of Under
by lowering quality nuts
remember that in time of fire area. Several
stairwell? or owners of the larger dispatcher's office at the Bradford
severe conditions it will destroy the This is Important. but it Is also
other a call to 964- groves have purchased sprayers to County Jail. All volunteer firemen
emergency entire determine\
crop especially on some important to which trees to
control Insects
and
6161 will get their call dispatched disease, and have varieties.On carry "pagers" which will pick up a
The initiated save and which to, remove. Often
pre-planned escape routeis improved management and signal from the. dispatcher in of 's> r
especially important in the case by a system of "pagers" to any fertilization programs. the leaves. 'the Infection first fire, he said. case owners spend more to protect the tree -
fire or police department in the than is warranted or they suffer 4
of children since as elongated olive-brown
a child. appears
frightened by fire and choked by county except the City of Starke We also have quite a few people who spots on the underside of the leaflet. Clay County Commissioner Lee undue anguish when the tree Is
which baa its own police and fire have purchased new homesites with Later the spots turn almost black. Drawdy was a guest at the meeting destroyed. When deciding which to
smoke will almost save, cost Is a major consideration. '
instinctively neglected
trees.
pecan Many these become almost circular and and promised his assistance with
numbers. The 964-6161 number appear
run and hide under a bed or in a folks want to bring these trees back on>> both leaf surfaces. Dark brown measures to help preserve the natural This should be balanced against thetree's a
clothes closet. But. even older' will get your call through to the into production.If patches may appear on the nuts any beauty and water quality of Kingsley location, species, size, age, and d

members of the family might County VoIunteer'Department, time during the growing season. Lake. vigor.
you have trees, .
as well as departments (in pecan you should These
become confused and lose their be interested in the Florida Pecan spots enlarge, become sunken After you have decided on which to _
Lawtey Brooker, Hampton, Field Day this The and may arrest growth and Rutledge Named '
sense of direction when blindedand' year. Field Day of the save you need to know how to go
perhaps almost suffocated Theressa,, and even Kingsley will be held at Chipola Jr.' College in development nut and causepremature about it. First remove the trees you '
Lake, which is actually in the Marianna on Thursday, Sept. 7. dropping ,
'
by smoke do not want before construction
To
Clay
edge of day County.. Valuable The session Scab is difficult to control, even in County begins Professionals can do this ",
morning will feature
The second precaution that Is minutes can be saved by calling programs on pecan pests, commercial orchards using special without harming the trees you wish to
hardly ever thought about .is to the 6161 number rather than management and the economics pest of spray equipment. Four to eight applications Zoning BoardA.M. save. When construction begins, .
of fungicides at about three '
designate a pre-arranged searching through the telephone growing pecans In Florida. An week necessary steps should already have
intervals
book for the individual afternoon tour will visit pecan are- recommended.. Jack) Rutledge. of Kingsley been taken to protect the trees you
meeting
,for the
place family rejuvenation plots in one orchard, anda Lake, has been appointed to the Clay want A simple barrier around trees,
under a tree, or near some other' departments. look at an orchard that has been rejuvenated The cost equipment or custom County Zoning Commission to fill the where no fill or clearing has to be jf"
landmark where they can into,full production.; application plus the need for so many unexpired term of AI Ells, resigned.
assemble to make that In case of fire every minute applications makes It almost Rutledge will serve as a commisslo- done is adequate for protection from "
sure and even' evert. second counts- Even though It will be a long trip economically unjustifiable/ for the ner-at-large. The appointment. was mechanical injury. If you are adding ,
everyone is safely'out.. and a .long day it could well be worth- homeowner. with one or two trees to effective ull\llt I, fill, which Is common in our area, a ',
been, try to control this disease. My tile drain system,at the orIlnallevel *
your'ejuveynationaoofe your tree suggestions most homeowners Is to Now employed as business. covered with gravel and then nil, may I,
Call me If you want more information provide adequate fertilization and manager of North Campus Florida be necessary io supply adequate .:
4.E 'm about the Field Day. other tree cure during the year and Junior College in Jacksonville moisture and oxygen to the roots. '
C06 hope for some production at least Rutledge has been a full time residentof .
This appears to be a good and bad every other year. I'll be happy to Kingsley Lake for the past eight Whatever plans you may have,
-milijjf pfI year for pecan trees. It has been good discuss your tree care with you at any should you want those forest grown
because early rains provided for good time. ,.. years,and has )been familiar with the trees to add value and beauty to your ,t
growth in the tree when the new t *ni" area for 27 years.;AS a former resident |ot, consultation with a landscape: ;'/'
leaves were trees'' of Alachua County he served on '
were able, to'"absorb" fertilizer and "Anyone who keeps the abH- the Gainesville Planning and Zoning architect. tree surgeon, nurseryman, -
1)'i BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER nutrients with this moisture and a ity to see beamy never growl Board for several years, and also county agent or your county forester

Publishers pretty good crop of pecans were set. old" participated In preparing the comprehensive and prior to clearing can save those trees
-Kafka land use plan, for that city. you money over the long run.Enough .
\ Published/ each Thursday.and entered as second Class Matter' Almost daily rains' In """

B at the Post Office at Starke. Fla..MOdefaxsi of March 3, 1878. August have caused some disease = -..- ; "(
problems on many (I trees. Excess : ...-.. .. Irzi .
,# Subscription In trade. area .7 per yeer '4 sue months.f water and insect damage also seems ; -: '==-

Outside trade area; *8 Per year *4** Six Mon_ ths. to cause some dropping .ft the pecans -i = '- --- ; j =' -
before they mature. .- ; .
.. -
Phone-S04-030f ? ,Starhe Florida Scab Is the most destructive pecan '.- --- =- ---- ..:=-:-:= .. '" .- ,,

t ,....,. *.* tfr r1 1't,1It'-: '! / ; ," disease In our area. Without effective! ., .hot dogs are produced |In the US.very yeer to reach the moon and back 21/2 tJmeW, 4S; ."..tot a'V' rosy', ,

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I School Board Announces Policy.Qn' Free ,and-ReducedPrice: Lunches*,, ;: ,. ";,\ ,:. .;;, I':,". J /


The School Board of Bradford and milk served under the National nutritious meals for the children who Children from families whose In- that deliberate misrepresentation of make a new application.the children Such of changes: the famly may
County bal Mt Ita policy for free and School Lunch Program are eligible for free or reduced price come Is at or below the levels shown in information may subject the applicant eligible for reduced price meals or for
I reduced price meals for children The National School Lunch meals and to provide low cost meals tile table below are eligible for free or to prosecution under applicable. additional benefits such as free meals
unable toy the full price of meals Program was set up to provide hot, for the children who pay full price. reduced price meals. In addition State certain and criminal cases foster statutes.In children are and milk If the family income falls at
families not meeting this criteria, but shown. .,, .
or below the levels :
for these benefits. If a
also eligible
with other unusual due
to
expenses ,
la the operation of child feedingprograms ,
has foster children living with
unusually high medical family .,
expmlea.thelter no child will be discrlm-,
and wishes to for such
In them apply
cost
of
excess thirty percent should mated against because of race, sex,
of Income special education meals and milk they contact "
expenses,. due to the mental or the school. color or national origin.
Each school cafeteria will serve a..
the provisions of the policy
F' physical condition of a child and Under ,
each Students
Lunch day. may
the principal of each school will review Type
disaster or losses .
a casualty :
are urged
to apply. the applications and determine buy lunch for forty schools cents and HOC)middle at theelementary
Application forms are being sent to eligibility. If a parent is dissatisfied
cents ((60c)
school. Lunches are sixty
all homes In a letter to parents. with the ruling of the official he may
Additional copies are available at the wish to discuss the decision with the at Bradford High School.
J children and
office of each school. The Information determining official on an Informal Since: many young
basis. If he wishes to make a formal older students eat light breakfasts or
"JIM"LAWSON provided on the application be
may should
J.R.
no breakfasts at all, parents
submitted at any time during the appeal he may make request either of lunch for their
some type
in writing to C.E. Douglas provide
year. The application forms contain a orally or lunch frombome'
children either a bag
Director of Business 582 North
statement above the space for signature cafeteria lunch. Do take
or
certifying that all the Informa Avenue phone 964-6800. for a
reduced
of the free or price
hearing advantage
the decision. The
furnished to appeal
lion on application Is true'
contains an outline of the lunch program if you qualify.
and correct that the application Is policy
officials have adoptedthe
school
Local
f being made in connection with the receipt hearing procedure.If : family size income
L of Federal a family member becomes unemployed following
Funds that school: eligibility .
rl criteria for determining
4 or if family size changes the
officials
for
may cause, verify the
June 30,
i.b from July 1, 1978 to ;
school file 1'f
information in the application and family should contact the to :

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61w ''

Family Free Meals and Free. Milk Recluc" Price Meals ,

a j; tot.Go '" ce ,' Size Weekly HI'I. Monthly Annually Weekly Biweekly Monthly Annually T ;:',/'ruor' :

", -
I s4 '128 1279 3.350 IIZS 1251 'M4 18,530 ',;'U
2 at leg 311I 4.400 1M 330 715 8,5110
3 IN 201 4$4 S.4M 1M 408 8115 to.13O
WANTS 4 tt Ut S" 1.490 243'' 4114I boss IZ.8II0 "'I IS

.
143: 188 120 7.4M ,171 SM 1.21' ...530 ; *h
I lit 323 11M 8.410 315 130 1.368 II..IM v,
7 1711 '351 'l'l3 '.280 348 .98 I.S08 18,11M) ',4"!7
8 1.5 390 1145 10.tM 3HO 711 1.lIn 1.'l9O .
9 210 42e III to..O 4tO 820 1.777 2t,33O ."'i., \
Ie IZS 451 .11 11.730 439 87t 1,905 21.870 }:'\1'II
240 48t I.M2 12.5tO 419" 938 2.032 24.390 '" "L <,\3IZ
TOSERVEYOU 25S' 511 1.117 13.190 498 9fJfI 2.159 15.10 ,'.'J

For Each
; Additional liS $30 $65 1780 $29 158 112R 11.520' '"
Member Add


With Jim Dist. 25 Vote Record Belongs To Bradford Co. .


September 12, 1918 A larger percentage of Bradford In 1976, 67 percent of the Bradford Republicans! and 110 others for a total
County registered voters have gone to County registered voters voted in the of 7,041 registered voters. '
the polls in the past three District 25 District 23 race. 67 percent in 1974
House races than their voter and 79 percent in 1972. Clay County has 16.561 Democrats
School Board counterparts in both Clay and St. 5.190 Republicans and 929 other voters
Bradford County Johns counties according to election Clay County turned out 41 percent in for a total of 22.680 registered voters.
office reports. 1976 for the District 25 race 35 percent
Tom Rivers candidate! for State in 1974 and 27 percent in 1972. St. Johns County has 14,396 Democrats
District 3 Representative District 25, which includes In St. Johns County 55 percent of 3.259 Republicans and 508 other
Bradford Clay and the the registered voters went to the pollsin voters for a total of 18,163 registered
northern half of St.Johns County told the District 25 race In 1976. 31 percent voters.
Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid For By Jim Lawson Campaign Treasurer voters at the Brook'er political rally in 1974. and 57 percent in 1972.
Friday night. Aug. 18, about the local Currently Bradford County has Registration books have already
voting record. 6,349 registered Democrats, 382 closed for the first primary.The .
second primary will be Oct. 5.
Registration books close on the 30th
Prevents Aphids Camellia T Scale, day before each state and local
election.: Registration books will close
Red Spiders Scale White Flies And Oct. 7, 30 days before the general
r election Nov. 7.Lnwtey.
Other Insect Pests From Wintering

wow Over By Having Us Spray Now. It Budget

A >.; if p ,.. -; Should Be Done Well Ahead Of Frost. Due Work .Tonight t
NOTICE .,... > ', i ., i in i, I HI 1 jimnLaw'tey "
"r IlKV HA% A |
t lOR BETTER HEALTH & BEAUTY City 't ndt""''WI\I'\' hbllf'a'
budget work session tonight
I' Have Us Schedule LoHIDA Thursday. August 24 at 7:30: p.m. to
discuss allocations in the $91.888
Your Sprayings Now aT general! fund and $37,883 water fund.

9645745FREE or+Tllo Major expenditures for the
CALL
OF TAX INCREASEThe a yea upcoming fiscal I year will be the policeand
INSPECTIONAND street departments according to
city! clerk Lucille Shuford. Federal
ESTIMATES 539 E Call St. Starke, Fla Revenue sharing funds in the budget
Phone 964-5745 totaled $8.859.



Town Council Of The Town Of Brooker, Brooker Fla.

LEARN N IHI

Proposes To Increase Your Property Tax By 3%


JR. POLYESTER PASTELS
A Public Hearing On The IncreaseWill Be Held On Tuesday

SLACKS 20% OffNEW

September 5,1978 At 7:30 P.M. In The Town Hall, Brooker

SHIPMENT I

Florida GHILDRENSIOGALONG $175


WEAR $450

The Above Percentage Represents Approximately '0", 6 Mos. 14 Yrs. ,


JR. DISCO.

Increase Per Thous.nell.narl Assessment. JEANS $7 50 JEANS I

i.. LEVI

SLACKS $900 MALE I
; 1' ,

NOTE: : ';' t', Denim Cord RAPPER 1 ,

I t CAMERON BAY
Decorative
I Prior Millage Was 3 Mills ...'(- Straight Legs Pockets SNAP FINGER ''';,

;
*: BOY'S POLYESTER & COTTON ,BLEND

t Proposed Millage Is 3 Mills Resulting In PULLOVER SHIRTSstartAt $250





:: No Actual Change In Millage '- : SUMMER TOPS JUNIORS S-M-L$275

<. .,'IL,

'''J" 111;,''i- .;: BOY'S
'. ",V. JEANSS
t DENIM SLACKS ;
''.*.... WSf' $60lr :

rownCounc s s'Fr I Mln Shrinkage 100% Cotton 65% Polyester 35% Cotton
.;':'1i...
yl. /i' '
.,I'. \, '" ''< "1' I> '';r, "Jt / (:' Free Remnants With Each Purchase, $450 $650 ,,

'town Of RrookoraIt Don't Miss Our Instore Specials

t :: SALESROOM .

: LAKE BUTLER APPAREL
I '"
JT
HIGHWAY 100 LAKE BUTLER-TURN BY UNION GENERAL HOSPITAL
STORE HOURS: MON-FRI.0:3O-5:3O; SATURDAY 8:>>2:00

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i \.:I' Phone M4-MR3' I -
it\i By Elisabeth,Walker will observe Memorial Services for all Worship 11 a.m. All member* are Church or God In Christ North Pine enroll For Information call Vo-Tec)". There! Is peace and a brighter new,
FIIOOI. NEWSi deceased laymen. Choir rehearsal asked to attend the Fellowship of' Street.. You are Invited to attend. 964-4150. day In memory of Henry C. Jackson,
jhools": 'in Bradford Saturday at 6'30 p.m. Business Churches Sunday at 3 p.m. at Mt. NOTICES I Adult Basic classes will IN:1 MEMORY our husband and father who died
Monday. Aug. 2t, with County began meeting Friday at 7 AH Plsgah.Kbenrler. tart In the various centers Monday, Beyond the clouds and the shadow, August 21, one year ego You are
session for teacher. School a pre-plaxming member are asked to please be : Baptist Church: : Each Aug. 28 All adults Interested In beyond this brief earthly) state there sadly mimed by wife, children and
ring Monday' ,,Aug. for bolls will present and on time. Tuesday p.m. Bible Class, Thursday continuing his or her education mav Is rest from a life's work now ending sIster and aunts, and cuugin<)>",
28
student In St. John Community Prayer Band 8-30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday ... ,..
r '
't. ''
Bradford 1jjg \ 'Itt1t'iBr.y.
I '
teachers Bounty Parents, childrenand has postponed its fourth anniversary School 9:30: a.m. .. {, ,;I.;, ,.', ? ,' :1ft: .'':'''' .L (1.;
are looking forward to a until a later date. Visitor are always Coming Soon! Francis Chapter 140"Vi,{t Col. William Bell I .',>' ..
good year. Everyone will work hard.
welcome. Rev. Willie Huffman O.E.S. will celebrate its anniversarywith
.VOTE! If you have '"
registered on
pastor. a banquet Friday night October
citizen.Sept.12..Your This Is your privilege as a Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. 20. The speaker and place will be ';Retires at Blond ing
vote will
count. Church: The Young Adult Choir announced later.NOTICES .
!)g'The Concerend Citizens of rehearses Wednesday before
the
Bradford County will meet Thursday second and fourth Bradford Christian After serving more than 30 years of
Sunday. The Senior
Aug.24. at 7 p.m. All members and Choir rehearses Literary Society lit planning a Labor both active duty and a* an officer In
Saturday before the Day celebration honoring all working the Florida National jb1
Interested citizens are asked to be Guard Col.
first and third Sunday!in each ,
month people Setp. 4 at 1'30 Thl William J. Bell
present< NAACP BANQUETS Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning' program will be presented at the conducted at Camp Blanding July 21. ;

The annual banquet sponsored by .... III.. .-...-. Col. Bell was presented a certificateof ..,
the Bradford County Branch NAACP retirement by Major General
wllj.b* held Saturday. Aug. 26, at 8 Kennedy C Bullard on the Camp "
the Starke Golf and Country Blanding parade field A reception
club: The'program will start at 8:45p.mJ : followed at the Camp Blending
You are Invited Officers Club.Retiring .
.CHVRCI1 ACTIVITIES: from his present
!Macedonia. Freewill Baptist assignment as State Maintenance
(thurcht Wednesday 7-30 Prayer Officer. Headquarters Florida Army
Meeting\ and Bible Study Sunday National Guard Bell was on active :
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 duty during World War II. As an 1
n.m. Evening service 4 p.m. ItEM.,w. officer In the National Guard Bell served ";!' II
,The Kim. Born Church of the a variety of assignments, including -
.
,l.lvlng God: Tuesday 7'45 p.m M Company Commander, Group i '
"Prayer Services, Friday 7 45 Executive Officer, and Deputy "
Tarrying Services. Sunday School Brigade Commander.Col. :
Hl-30:! ) a.m. Morning Worship 11'30 Bell and his wife Lorna plan to Jl
a.m. II p m. YPCW, Evening Worship b. return to their home In Gulfport, Fla. ,,>t,)
7'45 p.m. The public fs invited. ''e Col. Donald L, Rardon of Starke Is ;Q
pkmiant Grove tailed Methodist the new Director of Maintenance. 141

Church: Every first and second<<: ,
:Monday at 7 p.m. the Young Adult
J'hoir rehearses. Every Tuesday at 7 Neiboer Named Supt. ;i+1 d.
p.m., the Young Junior Choir .
rt-heurite. I, I
Prayer Meeting
Of Juvenile
Wednesday 7. p.m. Thursday Bible CenterDavid h"1'i .
'
Stud). Sunday School 10 a.m. This
ni-tlvity terminates services for theiluy. W. Neiboer of Ormond '"
Beach '..1 "
Florida was named today as Deten- 'J II I
:.Ml. Morlah: United MrthodiHt:
tan Superintendent of the I
Tuesday 7'::10 p m. Prayer Meeting renovated North. Florida Juvenile newly- !
and Bible Study Sunday School 10
.il.in. Detention Center In Gainesville. The
appointment was made by District III
\ :
; ntlol'hlIsKionary Baptist Administrator William McClure. Jr.,
Church: Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer
Department of Health and Rehabilitative -
flirting' Saturday p.m. the Union Services (HRS). 1,
choir will rehearse. Hew Leroy
Williams and his e .
singing group will I
nppcur with a. program. Sunday The counties that will be served :
:school 10 "O
a m Morning Worship 11
(catchment area include
Hamilton
I .ii t m. witty Rev, Leroy William ap-
Columbia, Suwannee. Union, Bradford
ix'urinK throughout the day The Choir ,Gilchrist Dixie, Levy; ,Lafayetteand *"' -' :\o'*" .:
'ninn ,will be held In Meirose. Alachua. O, V_ "
<;renter Bf'thl..h..1IIr.ewlll ( ( ,
Iliiptist" Church: Tiny Tots rehearse s
4'lIl'hInnday: at'o'\u:\ p.m. Tuesday OS
"One of my first directives to Mr.
Prayer :Meeting 7-30 p.m. Wednesday Nieboer will be to call on all of the
at K p.m. The AlIale! Chorus ...,( .
ri'hcurscM. Thursday at 7'30 Major General K.C. Bullard presents a certificate of retirement to Col. respective Judges In the catchment .0. ,
p.m.Slnry William J. Bell area to establish a good working '. I .I'" <
Hour at the church, Friday the at ceremonies at Camp Blanding held In July. ,', .

I)l'aCOnl'MI Board\HI sell dinners, system relationship of communications and a well-defined,"' said ;. :'fiott, ;(,.: .', ATE'h'i
Irom the kitchen. Friday the Junior McClure. "I am personally determined O
Choir will Hell pies from the kitchen. "
to see that the Detention CenterIs !
FLORIDA SEN
:Saturday; the Junior I'shcr Board will ELECT .
and
efficiently providing safety
.sell dinners from the kitchen. Sunday
security In a humane manner to all
is Trustee Day. Sunday School 9-30 "
detainees. ,
:l.In.Inrninll: Worship II a.m. Dinner TED OGLESBY < l
iap.m.: () Evening Worship 6 _.;.
:Ml.ion A..M.K.: Church: Friday -
CITY COUNCILMAN GROUP 5 .
TDii School: p.m.HHourd 10() a.m., Evening, meuting.Worship Sunday,4 I r -c * *. *< ,* ,* ,* * *
,Choir rehearses each 'A MAN WITH EX R!B E* ;EO T8f1 : "
p.m : Tuesday at ,, .J "; '
.' ;\u( p.m Graduate of University or Florida with A Masters Degree i r a ,
Church of (od In Chris: Sunday Vocational Education Director of Bradford Union Area Vo-
School 9"lu: a.m. Morning Worship Tech Center For 12 Years
I tl':1II! : ,1I.m. YPWW at 6-30 p.m. EXPERIENCED IN MANAGING A BUDGETS 11
Evening: Worship p.m.. Bible Band sun Member of Bradford County Manpower Advisory Board For 1 "
each Source of CETA Funds)
Teaching ayp maser Six Years (The
Pastoral \ at Bradford County School System 20 Years
:\1\. l'lsgah.M..":. Church:. Former Businessman
Sumtav School III a.m. Morning Veteran World War I 11VOTE I '
Worship II a.m. The> Fellowship of I STEVECARDIN
Churches will meet at 3 p.m. All FOR AND ELECT )
members are incited to be present. TEDOGLESBYSEPl12Pd
Fire Canaan True Church of God
Pol Ad Paid for By The Ted Ogtoiiby Campaign Trummw
In'CHrisl: Each Monday at 7:30: p.m. i
I'rajur Meeting, Each Wednesday at I
7 p m. Tarrying Service. Sunday ,
School 10 u.m,. Morning Worship 11 Dwight Slater'sFood
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'I.New .Bethel Church
Baptist t ft Scat
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
\\orshlp II a.m. Evening Worship 6
p.1n. .Open U.q. 301 S.
The New Bethel Baptist andKbenrzrr 7 A.M. ..12 P.M. & Walnut St. * * * * * * *
: Baptist Churches ended
vacation Bible School. During the five SUNBEAM' MOTOR OIL PEPSI
day, period the attendance was very BREAD
The plank in platform is
good. The school closed with an *419 160Z. primary my
nrollment of 103 students ages 3 79. 3 Qit. I Pius Tax $t2t'Tax
through adults and 16 dedicated 8PK. I 'responsiveness to the wishes of the people, whatever
workers. Sunday at New Bethel
''hurch three converts were Baptized BOO OE 's S9 ALL BRANDS BEER those wishes maybe. We have seen this
!from vacation Bible School. MILK 0.1. | Case '

i hurch St. :John. Sunday Missionary School each Baptist Sunday ifoo OverCoat disregarded in all levels of government in recent

if'10 a.m. Sunday Aug. 27, St. John years. The most vivid example of which would be


r- the giving away of the Panama Canal, against the

wishes of between 78 % to 84% of the electorate


um mer.cl8cPW d t1. > # depending on'what poll you believe. Regardless


of your personal opinion of this decision made by


FOR THE, WHOLE FAMILY our President and Senate, it must worry you, as it

NATIONAL ''RRA018 does me, to see such obvious and flagrant disregardto


AVE .0" AVE REDUCED the wishes of The People, For democracy to remain

i
SHOES \\\.0\ISiS SHUnS' effective in this country.we must elect representatives

FMTSUITS NEW and oficialsthat{ will heed our opinions. ''I:

) \ ,tppjS SkIRTS SHIPMENT

1 IN.aon.IChainerandl[ ),

J, 20. -30-4001 s'Mef6 OFF "InAII.1eI Velvet & Polyester' My decisions as your County Commissionerwill

Coordinate be determined by the wishes of you, ', i
:8" .92ffc '
All
,, Shia' ; People of Bradford and not by the
c 1ST QUALITY _Jr a Muse .:ttThe: County"

\ \\ : Hi Ittifilitt ft* I"h WUM CUll lUll.MICKEY'S Bureaucrats in Tallahassee or any other political


PANTS SUITS pressures.

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$995 ..
; ELECT CARDIN


USEGAINESVILLE OUR ''i : ,' .

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DISTRICT .4 ..

STAKE 1 '

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I !More bout Brooker Rally Kicks Off Politics ',.1JUJU"from L 'k\,

said he would evaluate Issues as they arise rather than since 1969 and wished to contribute to the progress now ;;.' "
make promises like tome politicians who"promise the being made by the county and its schools. 1
moon and only deliver words." He pointed to his more J.R (Jim) Lawson said his goal would be"to prove< TIME
than 30 years In the business management field, and the best possible education for our children." -
said he would use this experience In trying to eliminate Ronnie Thomas, third District 3 contender, was not
waste In the use of county funds. present and was represented by Hershel Markham of
The two school board races generated no hard Issues, Brooker, who said Thomas believes in the basic of
although Arthur R Gaskins, District One Incumbentand education.In .
candidate for re-election, said some people had the legislative race, Tom Rivers opposing Y
tried to make one out of the$171,000 remodeling now incumbent Frank Williams for the District 25 seal, said' a
nearing completion on the high school cafeteria. "I will say no to ERA and gun control,and yes to capital
Gaskins defended the expenditure, saying a new punishment."He said,if elected, he would continue the
cafeteria facility would have cost $000.000. He also practice of attending city and county meetings,or have
pointed to other accomplishments: of the School Board, there to keep in touch with local
such as reducing: the teacher-pupil ratio from 1.34 to 1-23 problems throughout the district.
in Bradford County: placing permanent partition wallsin Williams said he had both Democratic and
the middle school, and moving the 6th and 7th grade Republican opposition, and "They are both saying the I
students back to the schools In their home communities things I have been saying all along." The Incumbentsaid
"When we get through with the 23 classrooms: now being he had always supported capital punishment and ALL KINDS OF fUSICALII1STRMENTS
made in the middle school, we hope to be able to move charged that"inmates and Federal judges are running 1
theath graders back to the community schools also,"he our prison system." Williams said he voted against c SSDa ,
said. ERA and also opposed the amendment to make us 'Asec A c
Vernon E. Olin seeking Gaskins' District One spot, members of the Public Service Commission appointive tL' LARGE SELECTION
stressed his educational philosophy of teaching children rather than elective. He urged a protest vote against $1 .
to master the basic throe R'.. He emphasized his back. this' amendment. RECORDS fi TAPES
ground of 27 years' experience in teaching, education Speaking for the two candidates for State Senate (AtK About Our Record A rape Club)
supervision, and psychiatric work, and said that his 15 District 8, Mrs. G.B. Wilson spoke for her husband
years'experience as a builder would be beneficial to the "Cap," and James V, Crosby urged the re-election of .
School Board In Its future building programs. Incumbent senator Kenneth (Buddy) Mac Kay. ,
Speakers In the District 3 School Board race were Len Register, Jr.served as master of ceremonies at I
brief. Leroy Davis, pastor of New Bethel and Ebenezer the Brooker Rally, and Jerry Thompson manned the 1Com..eThsAligm
Baptist Churches said he had lived In the community public address system.


I Cat-Walk Steals In
$6-7,000 Robbery
Burglar
&$ mm m& s jffc:;
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New KingHley Beach lost between Bill Helsabcck, manager of the : Sunday, and discovered theburglary
$6,01)0) to$7,000 in cash Sunday night to beach, said he locked the building at when he reopened at 7:30: MUSIC MATE
a cat-walk burglar who cut a hole In a a.m. Monday.
tin-roof pavilion and crept along the Investigating officers said a ladder A Portable, Tabletop Keyboard Use It At School, Home or Anywhere Portable, Heavy Duty
rafters, dropping down into an Sept. Food StampsGoOnSaleAug.31 had been placed against the south Construction Built In Storage And Many Other FeaturesMAC'S
uncelled office where the money was wall of the pavillion and was presumably
kept. used by the burglars( ).
The combination lock on a heavy New KinKsley Beach was destroyedby MUSIC SHOPrnm
iron safe was pried off and the inner fire last year, and the pavillion
door jimmied, and three cash Bradford County last day Food presently! used is a temporary structure
registers were broken into by the Stamp clients may purchase stampsfor made by remodelling'l and
intruder (la). Nothing but money was August Monday, Aug. 28, and last enlarging a warehouse building that nI J0u_ rnfiJ I Jru 9847391wmw rnIlJPcrnB( fB (IJ\1 W_
stolen and no clues were 'found by day clients may purchase stamps for was saved from the fire.
Clay County Investigators who September Friday Sept. 1.
checked windows, doors, and the The Food Stamp office at 727 S. ,
burglar alarm system, finding Walnut St. will be closed: for Labor -
everything "In good order." Police Day. Sept 4.
believe whoever entered the building
must have left by the same route usedIn '
4 WD SUBARU PICKUP 76 >
entering.It Brand New Immediate delivery -
is theorized that the burglars! ) Pickups A Station Wagons From
must have walked into the resort $4688 POEWeslild BAdTO
grounds,or come in by boat since the *Volkswagen/Subaru"" -
gate had been locked after closing 1150 Lane Ave.S. I
Sunday night. The hole in the roof was Jacksonville Florida Ph781-5911 e
side.
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I J ihurch of
Christ'Welcomes New Minister I II


Church oT Christ in Stark Minister Giles has served as a lived in Florida. fir*
corned O.D. Giles, formerly of the Church of Christ minister for the past Giles and hla wife. Christine have
I Hope. Mm. Church of (Christ M 23 yean at four churches In Alabama moved into the Pine Forest
ii iw minister this pact Sunday. and thin marks the first time he has Apartments<< on SR.100.The couple has
three married children.Mr. .
Giles Joins the church In
extending a cordial welcome to the
people of Starke to attend worshiplel'VlCM
COUNTY COMMISSIONER., at the church which is
located at the corner of SK-18 and
McMahon Street
Samuel Brown was the previous .
Church of Christ minister. yi
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HAS WEQUALIFICATIONS 103 Children Attend Bible School at New Bethel Baptist

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New Bethel Bible School Students and Workers crafts, and providing refreshmenlsi Miss Lynn J
:;, Vacation Bible School begin' at New Bethel Baptist Mcfadden and Miss Gloria Mat Madame Gloria 3:.j
Tr obry Club OFAflMiy nUlt Church August M. and continued five days until Friday Jackson Alma Bacon Velma Mllchel. r'alba I>eiM>.
Methodist Church of Drama Park eBoad.., Director State Assoc of August IH. Ethel hall Oars B. Parker Sarah Morris Marion Dell !
lve member County Commissioners 101 children played croquet and badminton. did arts Elizabeth Walker Evelena Kitties MJ. White' Donnie > '
actuate University of Florida degree Board member Metropolitan Planning c. .....- and crafts, and generally had a run and educational Burch."Charlea Cunningham Rev Horace Grirria. ry'
Business Administration Organization experience In the classes that were held from S until 7i30 Deacon Julius Royal. I
each day Rev, Leroy Davis is Pastor at New Bethel and Mae '
y County Commission 1974 to Vice Chairman N.E. &. Regional, .'" The church withes to thank the following workers for Frances Jenkins served as director of Vacation Bible .
I
resent .
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Council counties
Planning t. leaching classes supervising recreation music arts and School.Methodist.
Chairman Clay County Commission Eiecutlv Director Piping Industry of
974.1976 N. E. Florida ., f. Youth ActivitiesThe II

".U. Giles new minister of the;
Starke Church of Christ Methodist Youth wound up youth group will hold a car wash at
1, their summer activities last the Community State Bunk parking
Leu Drawdy will continue to utilize hit experience, and Saturday. 19, with an all day lot from 10 a.m. until I
3 I
Aug. : a.m. '
leadership for Clay County and serve with con. St. Edwards Church Hall 8:00 P.M. 'I I
.. eientious' dedicated effort you ( Every Saturday : swim and picnic at Strickland Saturday. Aug. 26. The junior youth 'I
Landing. Kinusley Lake. group will sponsor a bake sale during 'j i
., KEEP Following the day of fun and water the same lime in front of l Kckcrds al I I
LEE DRAWDY YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER BINGO l frolics the group enjoyed a picnic Bradford Square. 11 E
DISTRICT 2 DEMOCRATPd supper furnished by Rev and Mrs Both groups will elect now officers.
Pol Adv. Paid for bv Sod H.ytfn, Campaign ten 411' N TftmplB, Av" StnrKo FIB George Harper Dot and Don Denton. this Sunday. Aug. 27.and lay out their <, 'I
Johy and Sybil Dempsey Mrs. C.D. programs for the coming year I
Thornton. Randy and Virginia Jean beginning the first Sunday in '1
Johns. John and Ann Miller and Drew September.
and Ada Reddish.
As a final project for this service' Activities* Night!: Set I
year which ends AUK, 31, the seniorL111TCharley" .

LUNCH BOX At New Bethel. Baptist j

Bethel Baptist Church will hove an
.1 activities night for all ages Friday.
Aug. 23.: beginning at 7 p.m. !
In addition to Uio planned activities
((upper will be served. Everyone Is Invited -
SPECIALS' 1 to the church located on SIt 1

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PLATE'GREEN a I PUNCH Youth Rally Set FritluyAtl'entecoHtulChurch I




GIANT LAUNDRY A youth rally with full gospel
BLUE ;M preaching and church teaching Is set
r 1To SWEET PEAS OR DETERGENT 1 tomorrow night Friday.. Aug. 25) at73O
!t"tt leoingK':': NCH PN'tCUT !r p.m. at the United Pentecostal
\ SAVE 30tf E.
alu.h sa MAYONNAISE 3i* YOUR c'HOICE Church 204 N. Water Street Starkv. I
.... : The public is invited.Obituary. 'i

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,Pura' ,Ia. Orange Juice '99e 20' Miss Rose Jane Ke>nolds. so- of f.J
vail" '.II "My Homeowner Policy Keystone Heights died Tuesday
,/1, Frne Taste Franks """< 88 21 cover unscheduled per-* morning. Aug. 19. In Slxinds ,.
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sonal to
Beef Franks I?..rig 98 ?r property following a lingering illiu-sn. \
....." percent of the dwelling Born ";0\'. It\*. I'JJT:! In Jacksonville
Fyne Taste Bologna .*,'ai, *l 1" 20 insurance. However it Miss Ke>nulds lived in Keystone
'min mi_ear She was 41,
CHUCK u7t e Beef Bologna .t tunt 1111 1 20' furs to$500 total for member or the Keystone Height !

111 Pantry Pride Biscuits 4/49' 70' theft. Should we add a Communit Survivors> Church include her father

ROAST I a ... 'scheduled personal William l.. Kc>noldH, Sr.. Franklin
AxelRods Sour Cream 111I59c l lo o property' endorsementto N.C. : two brothers- William I.
MlMtll individually cover KcynoldH. Jr. of K'vslonl'lIrlghts and
J es Cal Yogurts I"M 4'lMl J2' nOlaH ,
items?" Frank II. He\ of Gainesville:
,, these expensive {
CH01CE CHOICE Mt MMM* 994 one lister.IrK.! Emily R. Thomas I
Cottage Cheese u"CUI'' 10' highlands N.('.
Mr**M( / E. Funeral services were h'ldrlda>
55* Charley
COMPARE 10'X""ME1f Phimrose or tykes Ham Inf n $2" '1 Soft Margarine. HUM 201 morning. Aug. IH. in the KeystoneHeights ; ,\
lea HUH nut al ir
I coil WHU lltSIII tt 4 4 Lykes Smoked Sausage M'sl't40r Smokey Links' Chipped Meats'I ir 401v Thomas I'. I'oston\ offielatlng. Burinl I
CHI UM IM't WWMM d CMHI I IYIY
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Gwaltney's Great Does i.. 89 n- Hormels Wranglers ..ms Dandee Salads i// 1 594 20' 131 S. WALNUT ST. with DCVitt C Jones Funeral llomi
in charge of arrangement

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We would like to thank each and ,
everyone for their kind expressions of
the recent loss of
Genecaf MercfiandiseCAKNON EvcryOaviewPrict ''QUAL.IU'i 'flJIJIJS u / sympathy loved one.during
CALL Brothers& Sister and
CARNATION 52" TO'EACH hcryOIyLowPrIee SAVE 20tf2Ooz' (800)342.5624 Children of Pearl Starlingour 1
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DISH CLOTHS 'POTHOLDERS. U.1D.JL I FOOD STAMPCOUPONS ACAPULCO INN. & Wax In
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LA WTE.Y = Deepest sympathy of the Mr. and Mn. Wayne Hardee and
ACTIVITIES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH> community I II extended to the family children were Saturday evening
CHURCH OF COD: Sunday School Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services and all other relative of Mr*. Pearl supper guest of their parent, Mr.
10 a.m. Worship Services II a.m. and II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training by KlUabelh Terry Starling because of her death Sunday, and! Mrs. Fred Carter of bay Hill.
8 p.m. Wednesday 7 Union 6'30: p.m. Prayer Meeting on Pho eTz-XMM August 13. Henry Hodges and son attendedthe
p.m. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mr.and Mr*.Clyde Walnwright and Stock Car Race. at Like City on
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday GRACE UNITED METHODISTS Sunday, August :20. His daughter day Including the teacher the family of Eaton Park were Fridayovernight Saturday night
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services Miss Chert Lyn Wright of MunciIndiana program for the end of the Bible guests of their mother,Mr*. Mr. and Mrs. Lee McCleUan and
a.m. and p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. II a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Methodist spent Tuesday until Sunday School was Friday night. Mrs. Wilma Wilma Walnwright. They came after grandson. Randall Reddish of State
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. Youth Fellowship at 6:30 on Sunday with him. They went to Jacksonvilleand Wainwright was the director. their children, Kim and Van Wainwright Farm and Chuck William of:Starkeattended
FAITH BAPTIST CHUKCIIi RadioProgram night Choir Practice Wednesday Jacksonville Beach on Saturday HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday who had spent a week with their mother Mr*. R.H.
on WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday. 7:13: p.m. shopping sightseeing and swimming.The School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 their grandmother Mrs. Wilma Fuich's 92nd birthday dinner at
Bible School 10 a.m. Worship Services Pastor Wil Wright arrived home Church had a Bible School dally a.m. and 0 p.m. Prayer Meeting Walnwright, and attended Bible Strickland\ Landing at Klngsley Lakeon
i Ham i and 6'30: p.m. Prayer Meeting from Emory University Atlanta Ga., Monday through Friday 9 to 11:30: Wednesday at .7:30: p.m. School at Grace United Methodist Sunday.Mr. .
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Sunday, August 13, and preached on a.m. They half an average of 50 per LAURA BAPTIST! Sunday School Church. ana Mr*. Ben McCulley spent
10 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. and Miss Celeste Melton visited her the weekend at Georgetown near
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Palatka, for a fishing trip. Mr. and
7:so p.m.MORGAN. Stafford of Jacksonville and of Jacksonville
Mrs. Randy Mr*. John Davis son
ROAD BAPTIST Sunday until Wednesday.Mr. went with them.
Think Voters Of CHURCHi Sunday School 10 a.m. .and Mrs.Daryl Milliard spent a Mr. and Mrs Andrew McComb of
Worship Service 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. weeks vacation at Key West. Jacksonville Beach were supper
Training Union 6 p.m. Prayer Miss Cathy Waters,of Jacksonville guests of their brother and sister-in-
Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. spent a week with her grandmother, law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCombs
Bradford County NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. of Jacksonville Beach en Friday
School 10 am. Worship Services 11 Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barnes and night
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting family went Ocklawaha on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent 13
Wednesday at 7 p.m. for a weeks vacation swimming, days with their son-in-law and
Kind Of ian Would You Hire SMYRNA MISSIONARY shopping and fishing. daughter.Mr.and Mr*.Craig Carroll,
What BAPTISTS Sunday School 10 am. Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mrs. Joyce and family at Boca Raton. They
Service and
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Worship a.m. 7pm. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. David brought their two grandchildren
BTS 5:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Wilkinson went to see Mr*. Bennett' Hilary and Tommy home with them
To Manage Your Business? Wednesday at 7 p.m. daughter Mrs. Dianne at the lor a weeks visit
Children's Home In Bristol Tenn. Mrs.Mabel Boyette of Jacksonville
PERSONALSWilliam They left Saturday and planned to spent the weekend with her son-in-law
Harris, of Ocoee Mr. and stay a few days. The Wilkinson a planto and daughter Col. and Mn. Wm,
1. A Native Of Bradford County. Jeane Mrs. Patrick and Henry Darlene and Mosley their sisters.were return Monday been and Miss Annette the Wilson.
Austin who has visiting
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr*. with them. Mr Hodges and
Caudells will return Mr. and Mrs. Henry
2. A Man That Is A Success In His Own Business. Lonnie Deepest Teston.sympathy of the Boch: and Mrs. Bennett will return family left Thursday,August 17,in the'
with Mrs. Bennett' daughter Miss afternoon for a tour of Washington.;
community Ia I extended to Mrs Henry
Bennett later. D.C. They toured the Whitehouse.
3. A Man With Experience And KnowledgeOf Barrett because and family of the and death all of other her relatives husband Dianne Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barnes and Arlington Cemetery, Washington's
family and their brother and sister-in- monument. and the air and space
The Job. Henry Barrett, on Sunday, law, Mr. and Mrs. David Barnes and Museum. They visited the
August 13. family and Ralph Leino went to Chesapeake Bay In Baltimore Md.
Futch, and son, of Jacksonville
Terry attended the
Lake, Keystone Heights, Sunday they Baptist
4. A Man That You Can Talk To And Trust Elizabeth Beach Terry visited on their Monday aunt,afternoon Miss fishing Lowery on Saturday. Church in North Carolina on their way
Mrs. Hilda Woodward and childrenof home.
and were overnight guest of Mr. Largo spent a week with her Miss Rhonda Norman spent the
and Mrs.Tom Tatum,Jr.and family
Mrs. C.R. Crews. weekend with her uncle and aunt Mr.
mother
Miss Terry went home with them Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. and and Mrs Richard Sapp of Green Cove
Of Man You Want
Is The
If This Type Tuesday Futch and morning.family and Mr.Miss and Terry Mrs. business Mrs.Jack visitors Harris of In State Gainesville Farm were re Springs.Mr. .

P went to St. Augustine on business and Mrs. Johnny DeVore and
Wednesday morning. They brought cently.Mrs; Ronnie Chamberlin and son, Scotty, of Atlanta, Ga., spent the
Miss Terry home on Thursday daughter Jamie, of Norfolk. Va., weekend with their mother, Mrs
RE-ELECT afternoon. Wednesday until Sunday with Pauline DeVore and family. While
Mrs. Morris Kelly Mrs. L.C. Sapp, her spent In-laws Mr. and Mrs. Jim here they attended the birthday
Mrs. Leon Starling, Mrs. Sheila Chamberlin, and her grandparents. dinner for their grandmother, Mrs
Starling and Mrs. Gwen Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Chamberlin, on R.H. Futch on her 92nd birthday on
were hostesses for a stork shower for Griffls Loop. Mr. Chamberlin and Sunday August 20, at Kingsley Lake. I
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LW1 HODGES JR. Mrs. Danny Bennett at Northslde daughter, Cecelia took them home Mrs. Esther Peterson and family of
: Church.They played two games after Sunday and spent a few,days with Seville visited her sister Mrs.
which Mrs. Bennett opened her gift*. them at their home on the beach and Darlene Norman and sons, and her
The hostesses gave her a high chair. went fishing. brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and
BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSIONER ) They served cake mints nuts and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons for a
.1 c punch for refreshments. son Tom,of Jacksonville,visited their short time on Sunday morning.
DISTRICT r Mrs.Louise Messr and son Lee, of mother Mrs. C.R. Crews on Those visiting Mrs Forest Landis
A !Orange Park were Sunday cupper Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Sunday were John and Carolyn
Pd Pos' Adv. P.ld, For By E.W. Hodges C.mp.lon' Tr...".., y'h guests of her son-in-law and daughter.and Sidney Hansen spent a week McDade Raymond and Grace
Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Melton with her sister. Mrs. Walter Martin, McDade, her daughter Mary
family. while Mrs.Martin's, Mr. and Mrs. Caralhers, of Worthington Springs
Clifford Martin, and family were on her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and
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vacation. Mrs James Cobb, and son, Tommy
Miss Anne Boyette of Macclenny: Linzy,ot Rock Cave W.Va.,and Steve
spent last week with her uncle and and Cathy Cobbs. The Cobbs plan to
BacktoSch aunt. Mr and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and live here; he Is employed In Gainesville -
family. with Coca Cola Bottling Co.

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'* 0 I1n1e Clark reeted the. PhoaeMUMtllbirthday
ili'ttilf j'pto' rr1tlementar)" School '' Stefanelli of Gainesville spent the past
on Monday morning, August 21, at 9 vlously registered at the IIC August 19 from work with them.
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camping on August 20. He and his
and Aide bring in necessary certulcate:
u: Sclaedulesagaddeilnereherb of school week so that teachers may be enjoyed trip. They went to New Jersey and family spent the day at the home of Annette Baultlree Marianna
policies toward academic and be- pared to begin classes on Mo some riding, a ferry boat They did his parents.. They enjoyed canoeing visited her parents MI. and Mrs.
havlorlal matters, and copies of morning:August 28 at 8:30 a,m.School seeing hiking in various bicycling and sight fishing and swimming. Mr. and Mrs William T. Bauldree last Saturday.
general Information data. places: of Interest Russell Gilbert and Karen also visited She
will be dismissed at 2-43: p.m. They also did was accompanied by her cousins.:
School lunches are priced,at 40 trI some shopping on the the Francis Meng family that day, Keith and Lisa Bauldree, of Alford.
Teachers at the school Martin Meng who has been working Florida ".'-',, '
are: Mrs. cents per child with an extra half pint Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine
Noelle Silk Kindergarten; Mrs. Jean of milk available for 10 cents saw, their took In Arizona and Atlanta arrived home '
Clark, let. grace Miss Joyce Bus schedules remain roar'; Michael grandchildren JoAnn and August 19 for an extended visit He Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn and
Kuykendall, 2nd ap : Fontaine for a last fling at was accompanied: by his fiancee Lori daughters of Oca la
grade Mrs. Arleen ximately the same as at the end of that/ St. Augustine spent:Frlday'at
Rich. 3rd grade; Miss Mindy Seville, school term. the on Monday. They reinforced Stlnson, of Chattanooga. Tenn. their property on the lake) SF '
4th grade: Miss Claudette Peterson sunlans they received Beverly Meng of Orlando visited N
5th grade; Mrs. Ernestine Denmark, faded several weeks ago and which had her family last Saturday
6th grade; Mrs, Carole Stephenson, National.Guardsmen considerably during the rainy Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. '
7th grade; Mrs. Earselene! Zimmerman Steven Brown and James Contois Weather. On Wednesday JoAnn and Henry Stefanelli at the lake home
special education. Rick Eizell boarded an Eastern Airlines plane at;':' Michael returned via Amtrak train were their! daughter Mrs. James Hampton Lake has risen higher
, who worked at the school several the Gainesville Airport on August 20.: from Waldo to their home In Oxford. Biggs and family of Atlantic Beach. than the natural water level of the
years ago Is the Physical Education They were headed for Fort Jackson Conn. Their granddaughter, Mrs. David past 12 years. Previously erected high
Instructor. Music will again S.C where they will be in training Justin Wadsworth enjoyed last Luke and her husband of Fort Lauder clock are now close to the water level.
by Mrs. Lavon Drivas. Mrs.by Kathryn taught weeks with the U.S. National Guard. Friday In Gainesville where he was dale spent some time ,with them. Everyone in, the area Is ready for
Hunslngcr Basle Complete* Wigglesworth la the school librarian. Their plane was 3 hours late In tor the,guest of his school music instruc: Another granddaughter, Marie Ann dryer and cooler weather.
SAN ANTONIO Training Mrs.Lucy Hodges is school! secretary. arriving at Gainesville. It was a very Mrs Lavon Drivas.
Airman Carl Mrs. Hazel
Hunsinger, whose Teacher's aides are Mrs. Margaret hot Sunday with many anxious Sparkman and
wife Karen la daughter,
the Elaine, of Jacksonville
Wadsworth Mr. Rich parents and friends sweltering and .
Roger and
daughter of Mrs. Mildred Howe of Mrs. visited her
Dolores Meng.Mrs. acquiring sunburns.Steven's brother Gerald Brown, <
Starke, has been Blonnie Derkman parents
selected Sr., '
for
technical and
family and and
will be working as Cafeteria were relieved to hear his flight was ..Mr. Mrs.
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training at Oyess
AFB.Tex In Eugene
the Air".Force transportation field! Manager, assisted by Mrs. Neva good and they had arrived at Fort Wednesday.Meng and Angela last ,
Jackson in .
The good condition. We wish ? ''
;airman recently .
completed ,
Williamson and Mrs. Ruth them good luck ;Oq:(',: at
basic training at I nckland A HI,Tex., Paladlno. Hampton Lake I
and studied the Air Force mission, The school custodian is Tom Vacationer. .
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organization and customs and Paladino. Hank and Susie Lott, Wendl, CongratulationsDavid ,;. are you :
received relations.. Instruction in human Kindergartners and others not pre- Jeannie and Eddie,returned home on Meng celebrated his 2SthOH ,..1 ;

Airman Hunsinger, a 1975 graduateof IIi! II... .. _.'_1 __.... ....""" ...III!
Bradford High School received an "
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SAN ANTONIO Airman WilliamC. In
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Lawson Sr.of Rt. 2, Starke,has been PreConstructedHomesFIeefwood
selected for technical training at
Chanute AFB, III.; In the Air Force ,
missile electronics field.
The airman recently --
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Tex.,: and studied'the Air Force
mission organization, customs
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mother,Mrs. Lora S. Lawson residesin Hwy 21 Keysone| Heights'Fla. 433,775We
Mobile, Ala. '.

Smith Stationed : {
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In Hanau, Germany. OurCustomer. when ;
Smith entered the Army in July you i
1973.He Is a 1971 graduate of Bradford
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Offensive line coach Bob Hancock game would be the season opener on
called the first five days of fall September H added.Already on the
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skipper Mike Sexton said the first Gainesville, at home Sept. 28; SL
week for the stop crew was good but Augustine away, Oct. 3; Palatka, SPORThL
warned that the defense's Inexpert away, Oct. 12; Ocala Vanguard, ;
lence showed In Monday' contact away, Oct. 18; Buchholts home, I..
scrimmages. November 2; and Macclenny. hone C llssaeClillssaa.C) llss.tOL1tD
Nov.
"We'll keep working on basic techniques t.
and our basic alignments this
week," Sexton laid "Our defense Is New Coaches Work With Tornadoes I ,
smaller than its been in quite a while
but we'll be very quick.' -v. ;
Hancock said the offensive line will
Continue to focus I itn basic blocking: r
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"we'ye only'got: one starter back ,
(center Marcul Cruce) but our young I
kids are coming along." '? w yx
Inadditlon tcjfftmlveand defensive
'work specialty, team drills, particularly) "" .
working on the punting game. .. .
"We nave'recognized the punting .
Tornado offensive lineman went head-to-head In th. mud Monday 1 I
afternoon game as one of our weaknesses ana l. I II
hope to make It one of our strengths '. :
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Bradford High's Tornadoes opened I'A" "'. : ", ;.: Hume said .
two-a-day full contact football '/ !
August 22, with ; -
practices Tuesday
Head Coach David llurse and his staff ., ';.. \ Jamboree a Week From .1.1i
rounding the team into form for the Thursday i
BUS' first fall competition will :
August 31 Pall Jamboree and the
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Macclenny.After! opener jamboree at Florida Field in Gainee tif' .;
ville. The Tornadoes will meet Santa'
a week of drills in shorts and
Fe first and Gainesville
In the quarter "j
helmets the coaches were ". ,
Tornado Eastslde in the second quarter of the'
with the of the 1978
progress I
five team jamboree that also includes New Bradford High School athletic coaches SamChtnowltb.
grid squad. Florida and Coach lint.. said "llarrli' .Is
experience a i
"I was very pleased with the first Gainesville High and GainesvilleBuchholtz | left and Ronnie Harris, eater, and new valuable asset for our italf."
.Bradford fans should sit on" athletic trainer Brady Greathouse right, are hard atwork
week of the kids came to
practice; Greathouie also has .
an extremely impressivebackground
the west side of the stadium. this week with the rest of the BUS football
staff
camp In fine condition and our In his field. with training experience at the pro ,;
the regular season the fall
opens BUSt" during practice session.
injuries in the first week were wbiE the road and college football levels. The veteran served as Head '
minimal," llurse said before Monday September! 8, on Chenowlth wlllle"e as head junior varsity coach of Trainer at the University of Florida for five years and
afternoon's practice lelllion."The tt-. Macclenny. :< the Baby Tornadoes lie has coached at the JV level In also was a trainer for the Jacksonville Sharks and
kids really got after each other In our JVTonudoe.WerkingOut .; Texas and served as a graduate assistant la the football Jacksonville Express In the professional ranks llurse
first day of pads too. I've been more, .',; program at Baylor University., calls Grealhouse"The finest his builnef and laid the
than pleased with the attitudes of the The Baby Tornadoes started peace'" Harris will be the JV ssilitant. Ills coaching career trainer will and already has given a great boost to the I
players. Our veteran players have has Included coaching stints In Alabama. Georgia and entire Tornado athletic program. .I
ace Tuesday,August 22, after a team.
displayed good leadership and that
has enabled us to get more done meeting the day before. Local Softball Teams Will be Out of Town This WeekendBradford 11
during the first week of practice than One on one drills call for an
we normally do." The other coaches offensive lineman to move a defender About 50 prospective JV gridders County men's Softball Bulldozing will be playing in evening August 25.
also expressed satisfaction with theteam's and clear path for the running back showed up for Monday's meeting and teams will test the talent at tournaments Macclenny along with five or six other The l-awtey Poor Boys and Now '1ft
progress. at BUS football practice. Head JV Coach Sam Chenoweth in Macclenny and Raiford this local players who will suit up for the River Church will be playing in an
expects about 20 more players to signup weekend. Macclenny Beerdrlnkers. Madison eight. team tourney at Haiford thin,
I BUS Football Parent's Night TonightThe before school cranks up. Students Street Church may also play in the weekend which will get underway(
Interested In playing JV football The Senior Boys and Waters
that Thursday evening. August 24.
Macclenny tourney starts Friday
Annual Football squads will be Introduced
football should come by the leldhouse as soon
Night, honoring the teams along with the Varsity and Junior asjpossible to be placed on the squad.
and cheerleaders will be held This Varsity Cheerleaders The JV schedule has seven games
Thursday night, August 24, at 7 p.m. The ,BHS Athletic Department is on tap with the possibility that one
In the gymnasium. urging all parents of players and more could be added. The eighth '
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I Waters Takes First in LAA Tourney Warming



As Local Teams DominateWaters _

The _
Bulldozing of Starke came Jasper. 13-&. Jackson Prevail stroked ..rahrfi
from behind to win three times and three hits In three trips. and Larry
swept through the Lawtey Athletic Brown added two hits Including a i I
Association: men's Softball tournament homer, In the opening win while Doug rfi 'aa ;fir'I '
unbeaten last weekend. August Brown went four-for-four. and Larry A''
1820. Brown and Prevatt were Ihree-for- Bench .
Water's win capped sweep of the three against Hill Electric.
top four tourney spots by local clubs The Poor Boys scratched out only I I1fl II Iq
as Lawtey's Poor Boys Starke' six hits against Waters In the 5-1 loss tiS4 With .
Senior Boys, and Madison Street with Bill Malone getting two of them .
Church finished 2-3-4 behind Water'sin but came alive at the plate the next .
the 10 team double-elimination time out as they outclubbed the Senior Buddy Colling
tournament. Boys 109. Malone went three-for- i

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The on-again. off.again saga of Milton Baker's hoped-for trip to Europe this
summer U finally off..and this time for good. .
After winning last month's "Mini-Olympics" high jump title In Colorado the
b Bradford jumper put a rush order on a trip to Europe to meet that continent's
I best vertical leapers but he was a little too late to get travel plans finaltzedandso
.. i l will stay Starke for the tail end of the summer. i
... Y r Instead of jumping over bars In London or Prague. Baker will be slam-unk.
4 ,1 Y, I I' log basketballs at RJE or Bradford High this August before heading. back to
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'. .- { j ", we'll scan the country and then venture a guess as to where the nation's best
'.fT tI-:, coIlegeleam. will stack upafter January's bowl( games.

........ .. ', A good place to start In a search for college footballs best Is right here in thq: I
.... ,.. .' Think local Softball players don't put out In the "fun" weekend Softball land of Dixie where gridiron tradition Is rich. Few colleges can match the tradition I
> '. tourney In the area? You would have found out differently If you watched built up In Tuscaloosa Alabama where Paul "Bear" Bryant leads the
..1...., ', )/:. Robbie Smith of the Poor Boys pound around third on his way to score In ate Crimson Tide into battle in what may be his final year at 'Bama Most pre- I
J'' ." ;,,. team's It-t win over the Senior Boy of SLuice at Westslde Park last weekend season sources are tabbing Bear's boys. the top choice for the 1978 national I
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,L. ..., collegiate championship as they return All-American candidate Jeff Rutledgeat I
quarterback and eight defensive starters from the 11-1 team that demolished '
Youth Flag Football Rub-Out Bowl last and then was let down when the
Ohio State 35-fl in the Sugar season i
John Ramsey pounds a tingle In the third Inning to help Waters Bulldoilnft
Athletic Association benefit national championship vote went Notre Dame's way. .
the Poor Boys tIn last weekend's Law',
pail
Classes Offered In Fall If the Tide doesn't win Its seventh SEC title in eight years then LSU or
tourney.The Kentucky probably will. LSU's Bengals must win to take coach Charlie
McClendon off the hot seat and with the early frontrunner In the preseason
The Starke Recreation Dept. Rub-out classes will be held In Heisman Trophy (nation's top collegiate footballer race Charles Alexander.
three, two round trippers and announces that there will be a youth September by the Starke Recreation Baton for at least
champions had to have ripping at tailback,Charlie Mac should be secure in Rouge one more
comeback wins in their first two Joey Sanderfur homered and doubled. flag football program this fall, for Dept.. with classes being offered year. Alexander bulleted) for 1686 ground yards In '77 and with 42 other lettermen -
games of the weekend. They topped Mike Jackson led the Senior Stars boys and girls from first grade to age Monday nights from 6'30 to 9'30 p.m. and a relatively light schedule the Bengals look like winners. .
the Macclenny Timberjacks 9-8 in with three hits in the loss. J.J. 15. Age divisions will be set after the and Wednesday mornings 9 a.m. to Kentucky was unbeaten In the conference last year but NCAA probation kept
their Friday night opener by scoring 8 Wheeler and Malone banged out three number participants is determined. noon. the 10-1 'Cats out of the bowl picture. This season Kentucky may put the ball In
runs in the last four frames after hits each as the Poor Boys battled There will be no charge, but the air more and will rely on a stingy defense to battle a conference schedule
being down 71. Tommy Wise led Water's to the wire in the final. Registration will be at Pratt St. supplies must be paid for. The class, that again doesn't Include Alabama.
Waters with three hits in four trips The Senior Boys also finished 3-2, Center beginning Tuesday. Sept. 5, will last from two to three weeks. Florida State's aerial show makes the Seminoles the top southern Independent
including a triple and double while whipping Howard's Auto Parts of and continuing through the 15th from If interested,call and sign up at 964- over rapidly Improving .
John Ramseysafeties. added three more Lake Butler 8.5 Liddy's 16-7 and 3p m. until 5. 6792 between 9 and 5. There will be an Up the coast Penn State and Pittsburgh will continue their fued over eastern
Madison Street 10-4. but losing to If you have any questions, contact organization meeting before class supremacy. Joe Paterno's Nittany Lions rate the upper hand in '78 and I think
Liddy's Electric fell 11-10 as Waters Water's and the Poor Boys. Randy the Recreation Department at 964- begins to see examples, make lists of rate among the favorites in the battle for the national championship Joe has
plated nine runners In their last two at Corbin led the Stars at the plate in the supplies etc.Robert. never won. Penn State returns starters including QB Chuck Fusina and kick
bats. Jim Lewis cracked two homers tourney with 13 hits and a .650 batting 6792.r Matt Bahr from the 11-1 '77 team that was only'a 24-20 lOlls to

and Ramsey, Larry Mercer and average Jackson and Jerry Blalock eeeeSe" ,.. -- -- -- ........, Kentucky away from a national title.
Wilbur Waters added two hits apiece. both hit .500 for the weekend. Hunter SafetySTARKE The Atlantic Coast Conference figures to boil down to a battle of four very
Waters then clubbed the Senior Boys Madison Street lost Its opener to SPOIlT gsod if not spectacular football teams. Defending champ North Carolina. 8-2-1
into the losers bracket with a 19-6 win LWCI 8-6 In 10 innings but came backto A free Hunter-Safety In'77.has a new coach. Dick Crum. and "famous Amos Lawrence at tailback.
Action Welding in 12 frames 7-6. ORTJ where he scooted for freshman. Clemson also 8.2-lla5t ear.
that was sparked by Charlie Green's top course is being offered by the Florida 1.211 yards as a )
five-for-five performance. Ramsey LWCI in a rematch 13.5 and Hill Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission returns 14 starters while Maryland the '76 champs, and North Carolina State
Electric 8.2 before being eliminatedby both off bowl and should figure in the
added four hits one a home run and with registration beginning come years fight
Tommy and Donnie Wise collected the Senior Boys. Stewart Duncanwas now at the Confederate Gun Shop 167 Another dogfight is brewing in the southwest where at least four teams) have
three hits apiece. Madison Street's hottest hitter In W Call Street in Starke. I legitimate shots at the Southwest Conference crown. Defending champ Texan
The tourney champs allowed just the tournament, slashing nine hits in lost only to Notre Dame last year but must manage without Earl Campbell, I
six hits in dropping the Poor Boys 5-1 17 trips for a .529 average. Wayne Classes the date to be determined I while Texas A & M Is loaded offensively and has placekicker Tony Franklin in I
with Mercer and Terry Gaines Teston hit .428 for the weekend and after sufficient registration will be the bullpen. Houston also could contend after a disappointing '77 campaign but
providing the stick work with two hits Jimmy Alvarez hit 388 with seven held on four nights from 7 p.m.9:30: the favorite In my mind Is Arkansas. The Hogs have 17 starters returning from
safeties. pm the 11-1 team that crushed Oklahoma 31-4 in the Orange Bowl last January and
apiece.Finally Waters Bulldozing LWCI wilted in the mid-90 degree Classroom lectures and demonstrations they're good ones. Ron Calcagni returns at QB and he can hand the ball to a
climaxed a 5-O weekend by beating the heat after topping Madison Street in include Florida hunting regula stable of backs that includes four potential Ail-Americans. Ben Cowing ripped
**Poor Bflys 9.8 as Rick Bennett stroked their first outing They, were landowner-sportsman relations, 'off 1.192 yards before being suspended before1 the Orange'Bqwr! .(tlp,. howl I
XSbm eighth inn Rig hi no, left to score. eliminated by Madison! Street J3-t ..wildlife( ..management: "ands! Un.cation. Louis Knecht.: 13: replacement, Roland Sales, proceeded to.Jg jWje'tljeSo} rl' H' rWyoSjpjjdigdThe'mideast I \
Gaines. Green blasted two homers, after being bounced into the losers first-aid, survival other did 7.026 consecutive pushup yards "I tA T
Jim Lewis had three hits and Bennett bracket by Hill Electric 119. Terry topics. to Mt a world's record in again looks like the"Big 2"and Notre Dame
went two-for-two in the finals. Boyer was LWCI's hottest hitter for Participants. 10 years of age or 1976. His nine-year-old The "Big 2" of course are Michigan and Ohio State who have dominaleed
The runnerup Poor Boys finished 3-2 the three games with four hits In older, who successfully pass the brother Richard John did the Big 10 conference for more years than the "other 8" care to remember.
for the weekend lOlling only to seven trips good for a .571 average. course, will receive certification as a 25,222 sit-up for the world Again the November 25 matchup between the two at Columbus should decide
Water's They opened with easy Bill Sorkness and Eddie Morgan Safe Hunter, valid throughout the record in 1972. the title. Michigan has a talent-laden offense with QB Rick Leach and KB's
victories over Action Welding of added five hits each and Alvin llulyn United States and Canada. Russel Davis and Harlan Huckleby returning while Ohio State has tailback Ron
Jacksonville 10.2 and Hill Electric of stroked four hits in nine at bats. Springs and an improved passing game.
I Notre Dame has a tough row to hoe in its fight to repeat as national champs
I The Irish open against Missouri, Michigan. Purdue. Michigan State and I'..th.
STYLISH OUTSIDE. burgh and then close out the season at USC 1.000 yard runner Jerome Heavens
'ii .. and All-Amerlcan Linebacker Bob Colic will help Notre Dame through the
RUGGED INSIDE murderous schedule
Oklahoma welcomes 16 starters back from last year's 10-2 club and again
ffff family centers The 1979 rates as the class of the midwest although coaching shakeups the spring.
t make the Sooners questionable commodity. The Okies have LB Daryl Hunt
Smith-Corona" 2200 and quicksilver QB Thomas Lott but less depth than usual as they go for their
seventh Big Conference title in a row. An improved. defense and 1.300ard
the trend is rusher I.M. Hipp will keep Nebraska in the title chase while Iowa State has .14.
starters returning and 8-3 Colorado plays eight home games.
.c: .., There's a new look in college football out west where Arizona State and
Arizona have left their former home the Western Athletic Conference and
and 1r
soft pretty moved In with the Pacific 8 Conference to form the Pac 10. and San Diego State
has joined the WAC.
ASU made the Fiesta Bowl an annual 12th game for a while by winning,the
i L_ J JBu.nesalikelealu'DIbullneuJke WAC the Sun Devils will now count on DE AI Harris and 10 other starters to I fuel
/' -, them as they join USC. UCLA. Washington and California in the battle for a
/ performance Rose Bowl berth. USC is inexperienced but has tailback Charles White a 1478
Give your typing a professional< yard gainer a year ago. Washington the '77 Rose Bowl victor over :Michiganhas
1 with real carbon film, Sea a demonstration 18 starters back from last season's surprising team but needs to replace
VDU II be amazed and impressed quarterback Warren Moon. Washington opens the season September 9 at home
a Carbon film, and Fabric ribbon against UCLA and the Bruins are loaded for bear on the defensive side with LB
iI// a Extra-wide carnage Jerry Robinson and defensive tackle Manu Tulasosopo. California will again fill
I a Otfice-aize keyboard the air with passes and has a solid enough defense to be in the' thick of the title
( Cartridge ribbon system' race.
t tI .Quick clean corrections *349 50 Brigham Young and newcomer San Diego St. look like the cream of the WAC
C Double-walled case crop. BYU has quarterback Marc Wilson.who threw for 24 TD's in seven games
r in '77 while the Aztecs have 32 letterman. All-American defensive back Henry
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,problem raM sauethlag to 4e that should be Immediately) followed by Florida State Prison, has developed a provide the maximum results,
,wlU asks you forget abort te heat 4J dumbbell. flies, which .b a pull execvise. according to Coach Hurse Isometrics
Mr ft while. This la the secewi ef a IgghHNtlnynconeept.basic which Involve the flexing and
three-part series oa ways to relax and The entire super set routine for each Several Inmates that follow holding of certain muscles are not
lay la shape without suffering a heat day can be finished In about 20 Brlerton's format are becoming effective In preventing Injuries
stroke. This segment deals with a minute A typical Monday workout Involved with competitive lifting andIt because they do nothing to strengthen
good way to day toned up and In U re would Include five sets following this might be a good Idea to not try his tendons and ligaments. WeighUlfting
.tap. wlthrat ever leaving yearhooaa format: Select a bench press weight program until you've been lifting for awhile does strengthen Joints because it is
; welghtliftlng. The series wUl that can comfortably be pressed ten not a static exercise according to
conclude aoxt week. 'times. Then, begin by bench pressing Brlerton's program follows the same Hurse.
"Tired of being pushed around that weight ten repetitions. With no basic routine as llurse's football So. clear out that extra bedroom or
Tired looking In the mirror and not rest period In-between, do ten dumb workout, but Includes more repetitions cluttered up garage and set up JOur
liking what you see? flan your get-up- bell flies using about 20-29 pounds |In each set. The workout starts own weight room. The money
and-go gotten up and left? with arms almost, but not quite, 120- pounds below the lifter's Involved clone t (to $100 including
I| you answered yea to thesetluatlons straight Perfectly straight arms In maximum with 10 repetitions Adding bench, depending on how much
then the answer. flies results in more strain on the 20 pounds after each set, the lifter weight you want to work with will be
I m Cal Marvel, ward famous body deltoids than on the' pectorals should try for 10 reps each set. and as well spent. Till reporter has been
builder and trainer for perfectly developed bodies After the two successive sets,rest for nearer to the maximum. The procedure recent months, but plans to get backin
Earth. five snort days,you canstart T..aodoJV linebacker Richard Stltt demonstrates the correct technique to. about one minute and repeat the Is then repeated going back the habit Immediately if not
noticing Increased strength be used In the bench press. Back flat against the bench, feet flat on the floor, process. Tuesdays, triceps work down. sooner

astounding muscle gains, and an and.p.r&Mr..potler. would Involve combining ten triceps
Improvement in your confidence at workout, super sets, trtaets. pre- Wednesdays could be used for presses (hands clOIIqetlll'r on bar .....- ,-..
the beach. exhaustion but the premise In each Is shoulder and back work. The three bring weight down to forehead and !
All you have to do Is sen]$30 to me, basically the same: leas weight plus day routine would then be repeated press, keeping elbows as Close
Cal Marvel and I'll send you a proven Increased repetitions equals defined Thursdays through Saturdays, with together as possible) and IS triceps
:,technique that could transform you muscles. two days rest for each muscle group. dips, an exercise where palms' are
Into the he-man you've always wantedto It la possible to work six days week Leg work of thighs and calves should placed behind you on the bench and I I
be. It's called lso-t wao. pre- with bodybuilding techniques. The be alternated every other day. legs are elevated In a chair. Again, II
dynamic, protoid lifting. Send for secret I Is to get Into a habit of working Super sets are one of the most five sets with one minute rest, In-
your free kit today. Act now, andou'11 out at the same time each day, and popular methods of physique lifting, between. I
receive my free booklet concentrating on specific body part used by prominent bodybuilders. The Biceps should be worked the same l
T Bigger Deltoids through Pain." with each workout. For Instance, theory behind super sets Is to keep the day, combining regular curls and ,y HAS !
As ridiculous as the hypothetical Mondays could be devoted strictly to muscles stretched and tense throughout Individual arm curls with a 25-lb. YOUR
advertisement above may seem it the chest Tuesdays could be arm the workout, using successive dumbbell, keeping the upper arm as C., I II
exercises. this, 1 possible while AIR CONDITIONINGGONE I
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see in many sports magazines. mean that one exercise, such as the over position with the dumbbell curls.Wednesday's .. TO THE
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offered by well-known bodybuilders, "
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3)) Does the package Involve weighttraining m .........."' ............ .."' ._ routine could combine FERfllNQ IT OUTDOORS FROM OUTDOOR AIR IN WIN.
techniques or some special behind-the-neck presses and shoulder TER AND TRANSFERRING IT INDOORS TO MAINTAIN
form of exercise? (Isometrics are the Warming the Bench cont. dumbbell flies for the shoulders, and COMFORTABLE TEMPERATURES ALL YEAR ROUND.
fastest way known to increase lat pulls for the upper back. Lat pulls SWITCHES FROM HEATING TO COOLING AND BACK AGAIN,
strength, but you should be sure that involve putting all the weight on one AS THE WEATHER DICATES.
you'll be getting a proven program. Williams, some top-notch Junior College transfers and are coming off back-to. end of the bar, positioning the light
Weight work Is usually the best bet.) back 10-1 seasons. end against a comer, and, while In a
Probably the most effective means My picks for the country's top 10 finishers are below and since I'm going out crouched position with the back 0
of staying in shape, increasing on a limb with preseason picks I asked fellow TELEGRAPH sportswriter Cal straight, bring the weight to your o'4 &o
,strength, or Improving muscle defini- Massey to walk the shakey branch with me and his picks are also below. chest WE SERVICE

la .a conscientious: regular ... .. ,. Calf raises could be done Mondays r ., .'U.'
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? t : 4I,I : TOP 10 Cal Wednesdays, and Fridays ALL BRANDS 9FF "
I W/laht.iCtin/J done/ tn( .your/ own progfglp home! ,The that b y AA wA be.J td t rJbJlJO'Xt .*:i14?', (ittij.a.te. i.M.iqui |+x ? JJ.. .,,...dWuu. .(i: 4IUSM**.,4..31t'.t't. ,trtr-MHrtfitshirfmtf, to*++rixrk, couwbw iquatsi Y it3 MK lUffttt *t /.r.,.(,> |t,( nl A/za/ 'I
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here Is regular. Many people work out (done Tuesdays, Thursday.'and
,whenever they get a chance and fall to Alabama ." Arkinsas' .Saturdays. It Is a good Idea to end GORDON qrf
2 each workout with about 30 or 40 sit-
notice If
any big Improvements. a \..:
program Is set up to meet the individual's 3 Penn. St. ,. Ohio St.Notre ,ups. [AIR CONDITIONING & HEATINGHwy
personal needs, and is Workout Combinations
adhered to consistently, whether it be 4 Oklahoma "" l I\, Dame It Is possible to combine different 100 Between Stirfce Keystone 473.4777
three days a week or six days a week, :
"' \ forms of bodybuilding techniques: and
positive results will be seen. 5. 'Notre Dame .,: rta, \ Penn St.
...r' '.Ii'1" J
'Gaining Strength 6 Ohio State ,I.. MichiganKentucky ,

For the person who has set as his 7 Texas A&M
goal an Increase In strength then an .,
overload workout program II the one 8 Pittsburgh '' .I"I' .<- Oklahoma
,to BUS follow.Head Football Coach David 9 Washington ,: \, ; J.f"; I ', Texas A&MWashington Sonny' &a(Pit BarB Q

,Hurse,who was the first in the state to '..'
Introduce weightlifting as a regular 10 LSU-San Diego St. (Ue) ..... { '-. EVERY THURSDAY NIGHTIS
'part of high school athletics In 1957
keeps the Tornado grldders strictly on ,..', _
,an overload program. Hurse strongly '
adheres to the every-other-day
workout schedule especially with an "I
overload program. In order to give the FAMILY NIGHT
,muscles a day to rest. ''
"We try for a well-rounded workout
'that will Increase strength and add stay 5:00 Til 9:00
bulk, the main reason being to avoid I' Ill ;
.injuries" Hurse explains. "We're not with
after the body beautiful, we just work
,with techniques that will Improve our
,performance on the field and cut downon MacKAY
Injuries"
Hume's hour and a half overload R
workouts consist mainly of four basic s.St4tsJY .
exercises, bench press, press, squat "Florida's most valuable State Senator"Once
and dead lift Chest (Pectorals
'shoulders (Deltoids and Lats), thighs J
and calves, and lower back are the
"'areas worked In these four exercises.
The arms are also,affected in the

pressing In the overload sets. workout' determine 12 Oz. STRIP STEAK

your maximum lift and subtract 90
pounds. Do' two repetitions with the
remaining weight. Then add your
first.20 pounds, and again do two STEAK.SPECIAL
repetitions. Add another 20, and do I
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same procedure again. After the third
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to the weight and do '
drop original as i
again members the working press who
many reps .s you can at least ten. ,
Two important things to remember 'cover: the action in Tallahasseee have elected Buddy

when doing an overload ,workout: MacKay as the "Most Valuable Senator" in the : --EAT OR TAKE--=
First always have someone spotty Florida Legislature. It's the fifth MacKay has
you in case the load Is too year I
Second determine a rest interval received such an honor. IN OUTJonn
between'sets and stick with It Thereat ,
period will depend greatly on the As North Florida's 6th District faces Its future in -C? _

Individual,but three to five minutes Js a Legislature controlled more and more by other

usually,long enough. areas ability., we.need Buddy MacKay's experience and,' l'i6. !

Adding D flattl o, adur'.nee
With your /help, MacKay will continue doing'.
Believe It or not. an effective r what he does so well-representing all the citizens
workout can be accomplished with iI;; of the 6th District, not special interests. Rea//.i B.BQ
only a standard 110-lb. weight set .
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even for those persons who have)
worked out heavily before. State Senator District 6 Democrat

Objective In lifting with a smaller Paid Pol.Adv. p.Id'lIy'Malcolm Duggan Campaign Traa
amount of weight is to Increase definition 230 S. TEMPLE AYE. 964-8840 STARIE, FLGRIIA
and symmetry of the muscles
and to Increase endurance overall.
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PagefB TKI.KGrtAIMI Augtiftt 24. l 78
Legal-

IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT Probate Division, the address the claim la. not yet !due tlon of the court. hereby CaN a First Prlmery Lawtey. Florida 320B8, NOTICE OF NOTICE UNDER NAMESTATUJP

FOR BRADFORD of which .la Drawer the dtta when k will become ALL CLAIMS NOTICE OFAPPLICATION Election to be held at the) krtandt to register the APPLICATION FICTITIOUS

B; Starke. Florida. The due ahall be atatad. DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS RnSt.tbn: In the fore- aid name with the,.Caw*,. FORTAXpEED n

COUNTY. paraonal representative of If the claim la contingent NOT' SO '' :;,;, FOR TATS DEED a14 Oty by waffled of the Circuit Court 'Of;" '' i NOTICE NOTICE IS' HEREBY
IS HERESY
fa> GIVEN that" porsuent to
FLORIDA unliquidated tha FILED WILL BE voter on Tuesday Bradford County Fkxktov
.
the la David or
estate T. NOTICE! IS' HEREBY
3IVEN that John A. Florida
..08
Section ,
PROBATE DIVISION of the FOREVER BARRED. September 12. 1978, C.
uncertainty
nature
Sawyer whoa addraaa GIVEN that John A,. KATHY HARDEB
Toroda the holder of the undersigned
the
1414 Barnett Bank shall be stated If the Data of the first Torode, thai holder of the A.D., for the purpow of 8117 4tche 9/7 following oertHicatea has Statute,
IN RE: ESTATE OF Building: Jacksonville, claim .la aacured, the publication of this Notice following certificates has tooting' the following desiring to
flied said certificates/ fore under
in business
LOUIS' J. FREY Florida 32202. The name security ahall be of Administration: August filed Mid eartmcatea fore officers: engage
tax deed to be Issued of Jr.
fictitious name
the
aIM Commlasloner NOTEOFAPPUCATJON
Deceased daacftoed. The claimant 17, 1978-
and addraaa of the
paraonal tax deed bo be Meted
repreeentmrve's attorney ahall deliver sufficient David T. Sawyer thereon. The certificate: Group 1, Two --. FOR TAXNOTICE DEEP thereon. The carWIcataB, Food Stores, Intenda to
number and of
Fie Number 78-1 7.CP ara aet forth copies of the claim to the Aa ParaonalRepresentative numbers and of to- IS HEREBY yare regknar the HId name
years Issuance the desorption of the
the dark
below. clerk to enable the clerk to of the One) Commissioner GIVEN, that John A. with
the description of
NOTICE OF mall one copy to each Estate of Louie J. Frey, the glance, and thai'lnTwhlch Group 3, Two v.... Torode. the holder of the of: the property; end the Circuit Court Of Bradford
property, namea hi which:: It waaniasaiad County, Florida, Four (4))
Deceased.ATTORNEY haafltodMidonrtlflcatiMfora
ADMINISTRATIONTO All persons having paean representative.AS It following certmoatee
RIIr' wee Ono Commissioner' ore as folowa week after > the first i
claims' or damanda ...... are as follows: of this nodes. :
Interested FOR' Group B, Two Years Issued publication
ALL PERSONS against the MMe are re persons tax dead to be Certificate No. Ill Year JR.
;; SUNSHINE
HAVING CLAIMS OR quired WITHIN THREE the'estate to whom a PERSONAL Certificate No. 91;Year of thereon. The certificate of 'Issuance) 1978 INC -r I I
AGAINST of this Notice of REPRESENTATIVE: Inspector for said of ; STORES
DEMANDS MONTHS FROM THE copy Issuance 1978; numbers and years Description of Property 1'
THE ABOVE ESTATE DATE OF THE FIRST Administration has been Thomas M. Donahoo, Description of Property:: election .Issuance the description A Florida Corporation '
Lot e. of Blkl fx N. 160 BOB 2498 ,
AND ALL OTHER PUBUCATION OP, THIS mailed are required Esquire, 1414 Barnett Lot 4 of Blk. 14 in Lincoln Annie P. Helton, Peggy of property end the ft. and S 228 ft. In C.W. Poet Office Florida

PERSONS INTERESTEDIN NOTICE to fie with the WITHIN THREE Bank Building, ,Jacksonville City, Sec. 32. Twp 6-S Sheller Ann Woods names In which H was Hayes SID EM RAW Sec. Panama) City. '

THE ESTATE: clerk of the above court a MONTHS FROM THE Florida' 32202; R-22; Name In whicheeaesaed Haven Swlnk, Marie aaassead. am aa follows: 32.TAp.B-S, R-22 Mama 32401 9/14
'' Barbara ; 8/24 4tchg
written statement of any DATE OF THE FIRST Telephone: O03G4BOBo8172tchg824; ) Clinton Hill Sr. Reddish
Certificate No. 78; Year ofInu.noa In which aaaaaaad:
OF THIS Vafcwkl.Wma. Buford Ray
YOU ARE HEREBY claim or demand they PUBLICATION All of MId property beingIn 1975; Rooeevert Taylor Et AL

NOTIFIED that the may have. Each claim NOTICE, to file any objection I, the County of Bradford Stone Veils R. Beat Description of Property:, Al of Mid property NOTICEOFHEARING

administration of the must be In writing and they may have State of Florida. Lot I"of Blk. 18 IrI LT 6 being In the County of ON ''
estate of Louia J. Fray must Indiana the baala for that challenge the validityof OFINTENTION Alternates for laId I
NOTIP.F Unless certificate
,, auch : Cos Add, Sec.28, Twp J- Bradford. State of PROPOSED USE OF
will election
the decendent'a :
deceased Fie Number the claim, the name and TO or certificates shall be redeemed S. A-1$ Fame In which Florida. FEDERAL REVEMJESHAAINGMONEY
78187CP. la pending In addraaa of the creditor or the qualifications of the REIGSTERFICTITIOUS' according to ,law Margaret WIHama-
aaseaaad: BID Klondes Unless auch certificate .
the Circuit Court for Na agent or attorney and personal representative the property described In, Louise' Tally .
Al of Mid property or certlf Icatea shall be redeemed CITY OF HAMPTON i
Bradford County. Florida, the amount claimed. If or the venue or iurisdlcLflfflhIlILNJwILm- NAME > such certificate: or certificates of
.. .. .. .. _. In Testimony whereof I, being In the County according to law FLORIDA
< "
," c L Pursuant to Section will ba sold to the
." .. .. here aubacriba Bradford, State of the property described In You are Hereby notified
"p' '" '" '" unto my
865 09, Florida Statutes, highest bidder at the end the Seal Florida. auch certificate or certiflcatee that at the meeting of the
name cause)
notice hereby given that court house door on the Untosa such certificate win be sold to the CIty of Hampton Florida.
of the town to be here
Effect'E.L. the undersigned Jerry J. 13th day of September, unto affixed thai the 3rd or certificate: : ahal be redeemed highest bidder at the to be held on September

"Naak" Waxfcwarth, Sr., P.O., 197E day of August 1978 according to law court house door on the 13, 1978,, the) City Councilwill
Box 91, Hampton Fla. Dated this 2nd day of A.D. the property deacrtoed in 13th day of September. decide the budget for

32044 doing business August 1978.GILBERTS.. auch certificate or 1978. the use of the Federal
Herold W. Eppe, Mayor
NORMANA the firm' of : BRCM'N.0er1t. sold
under name CommIMIoner certificates will be to Revenue) Sharing moneyto

"JERRY'S Attest: Merrill Edwarda, the highest bidder at the Dated this 2nd day of be received by the Off
''
ELECTRICAL. P.O. Box court house door on the August 1978.GILBERTS.. in the Fiscal' Year
CIty dark
COUNTY COMMISSIONDISTRICT 91, Hampton, Bradford By Beulah M. Moody 8/3 4tchg 8/24 13th day of September, BROWN beginning October 1;

2 COUNTY AT LARGE County, Florida 32044( Clerk of Circuit Courtof 1978. Clerk 1978

Intends to register said Bradford County Dated this 2nd day of By Beulah Mi Moody AN interested paraona.'

ELECT A MAN WITH EXPERIENCE fictitious: name under the Florida NOTICENOTICE August, 1978.GILBERTS.. Dark of Circuit Courtof are Invited to attend

provisions of aforesaid 8/17 4tchg 97I IS HEREBY BROWN Bradford County, /./ Mary .Lea Allen
25 Years Busmen 'In Bradford County
statute. by Beulah M. Moody Florida City Clerk
Will Work Hud To Servo All The People Ol Bradford GIVEN that the undersigned
Jerry J. Wadsworth, Clerk of Circuit CourtOf 8/17 4tchg 9/7 8/24 2tchg 8/31
County Fairly Honeitly. ImpartiallyA I Harold Eppa Mayor desiring to
Mm Trio QUALIFIED and SINCERE About' The Sr., owner Commissioners of the engage In business under Bradford County.

Well Being Ol BRADFORD COUNTY Dated this 3rd day of City of Starke Florida by the fictitious name of 8/17 4tchg 9/7
1978 at
YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED August.Florida.A.D., virtue of the Authority HARDEE TAXIDERMY, fEl9 1 1 """<1-- -- -- -- --

StarVe vented to ma by law do of Rout 1., Box 344 '
TIMES
8/3 4tpd 8/24 UNION COUNTY I

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I On sate Thursday, PIRSONUtSERVICES I PI&SQHA I .

IEAGLEI. & -lMU.iA CE : SdVI Ui.I
i Friday Saturday ; ; I
=
: I MK: : CASH We buy junk ELECT ,
MAINES INSURANCE' ......pl..p.. and tr..."..Joe MITCH BRANNEN
AGENCY lev 8. lake. Ave. Shaw. Roy PotlH. 490.2ISIer COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Lobe. Butlir 4M-3978. 496.2829. S/1$ U.VIIIF.THr.I DISTRICTS
Complete I........ Sirvlce.Hvoryono" .
PLEDGED TO SERVE<
1e:-leauraCleTImmediate > S' i4M T :t
SAVE
.t II WV 100 by the Hoody.wiy. .
Check .. '
en. bfpbon PERSONAL RER> ICEt :
compare ... JOE 118HER W. hove s *>...h. dry WILL BABYSIT IN MY ,
sad told .....Ie. 2Se .9r.
AGENCY 496-2126 er 4942903. Attoodint us duty tf./ HOME. Live ....

:-- ,_ ______ _. orthlnfton Hprlngi, by
---- -- .. .... First dirt' rood. elf
.
Our low hard to beat! Save up t 29 INSURANCE!' Rlh.... Insurance SEPTIC TANK: GREASE: l.lttlo IIIprl.... Church Reid,
prices are Agency. Farmoreand TRAP cloonouti, new llnoi, go to dead ond. Rl. 2. Box
0...... Bank. BuUdlng.Phono .......b.... J.. ....,Ih. 75$. Colby. tirUlli M.24 Stpd
'1 //r FAMOUS MAKEF 496-2101. Lake Butler 411-1022.: All bu.lioii fl-31. '

fAMOUS' ., IF PERFECT: $I8X>O appneraa!" !, 3iti!u/ehL! __ -- ------
AVfJ 1.03 ,
SFACKPMtAL + / SUPER SELECTION ( ( IITO'IlAU.KItRAHKRIKKt : FREE HOGS t.good home.
[ 2 INORAHAMELECTRIC ;' Y : : Wo ort newutecklnf moo old mined .breed.Itmmt .
OOK :;\ 'j OF MSN'S WHITE loll of librlci. Frmthnitii. .. .*. good ...blld..... fill

76.da1 t ALARM ') OR JEANS! I..", Mttphcn, ..9tI..19SII'h,1I p.m. Itchg. HKKASI.NUTON -

T9 CLOCK f-1y bOMMY'SLAND pkonoJIM:221!: t/24- If/rhjt. Z"
: .
- -
2,88 '
waertr ; 6.88aVIVTM CARPUT: INSFAM.A-;

eawhal wasJ t ,: TIONt Kxporlonrod: In M
sLs phi.r.. drain lotll nlfhl !
e ilSM1/1T044N ,
9S"NIAW CLEARING cad. weekend. work. toll (' diUac
PNy/eml.rr'twlll ..... 'iiJ MdH"obil
I3t/TY Stu t t t ; 11.11. 431.7522after S

,. ':::-.u-:.. .:: I 'W" Off l' fjsC''' '1 ."' .. 'tT1..,. -...;'..oj.'I' ale" z erVk.1'T
rlre."wll'rtruNIf (
=-= :" MI-IITiitau
pMC i e.ak.maivela.i Response And fl..\KKKS:! HAW SHOP: Tiara On
tt4LOW '
whse.sen'-alas.esaa ../- ( _pl.t. nhorprolnx norvlc (', ,/i/III'/
cause an Free Estimates .. bond circular. mower Tmdj'lf

% srm-. blodvi, cholii ...... I..,. it 20AlXW.l337H5.rtG.MNFSVIIJ.K: : /
.A VII 11% [ % tAVEll8... .: Phone 984-5734 ,'...* Build..'. Supply,
CRAYOLA CtIASA5N EAQLI10W-f0Oil. SAKITALLBNEAKENS Vz.jj lake. Butler. 7/13 tie I

BOX OP M CONSA/OTTIOM 58.43 1 i t
890 t t4NB E 1- >If. nBla t S Ins

1.39 m smem.St.0ts..rla.eaNYM Penh.ua breed bs c + r Mbra' FOR SALE S....... ![evstonv I HreanHdWANTED I

WAS 1O wAege' aWj-4 or youtHe'1O-J. River teas B.VM, 3 BR. t .. .
bath. CHA.. carpets. 32 It.deck I. -- M_
.. I'"ACK'10".110O"' w "s DRESS .. river. River 8..... Part time OPPORTUNITY: te hey
\CELLO 3%nibs w..t el Brsiiterd oocretary for growing. Real ".1.."'.. cheep.. Multifamily -
TAN t AND US 27. Can Tom Boa., 4733028. Eitate elllce. Inquire L.K. ..,... .. .. May

,.L: @ SPORT Urn 8-17 ekgrOK Edwards HI and AaiocliUi. babe items clotnoi. _'..
( ear STYLESA I.e. SR-21. KeyitoaeH.lgkU. ,and houoohoM. goodo. Frldoynd

,..eI" HALE: .Aerugo _81.. 473-4903. Itebg. 8.25 Soturdiy. 10 ..... 5
Vt.tiuwaauee River A...... KH p.m. z.......'. roildonce en
CaAOIraffi A outh SR21. Look for ......
As law s 1100 downed (29 ---------
month. Call Ton Atr.. I. Itpd 8/24
per Beoey, WANTED Clay
*T.
-J J TAYl wTO it'll 471-3028. tie 8.17 .. Bradlard Countloi
: eM. or preferably. -
: %URSES LONG SISSY[ SHIRT[ H ___ _"_ __' .__ Ale. we need Urge Fflii' SAI.Er -3 30"; M.gla

SAn 13% FOR SALE B..Mt upi, acreage tracks te aoll. L.K.Edwarda ch.l gn rongo. >ivor boonumd.
446TH shots sad ..: Siwoeke III Rooteon andAa.rlatea GU........ (210. 473-
AII.C. .0.
II 100-SHEET
.. TMSUI
.CAROLINA
N YAIUn.uel t To..r old. Call G.**. Cove, Inc. 4734903.: 4270. Itpd *rtls

PENCIL PADS IN DICK SNEAKERS 4 try.re Maid. M.. arms 2114-64.11. IteM' 8.25 KH Itchg 8-2J KH -
LiT'sMrt.kimlnum
ANIMAL d /ralaa.sN ah4m. s.eN -- .----- FOR A .
IN
CAftt awe.parmis ------ ------
.. [ t, g9 ntf ealtomo. ton r'J BOAT Labor Day Hnoelol .. boat with awivil.eats. l
D M1Ce smaa
..._ bi tonorrSotTlrMto.Mon'1 FOR SALE KeyitoeoHclgkti.
katkwry4 ...Fs..M. AiTYOLnj A. 1(72 ISt... deep. V.. GUitreelci 4 Wooded Lot hell 7 1/2 hp twin eyUndorelectric
Ca.rN aPtar u hisaoabMler. .. 125 lUrt motor, battery
.t. kpEvlr.rude.89T
L.a/an's/w.rees'a In White Oak. Riel,.. Owner
end trailer, nod otc. (650.
built !Is
a prop Ilnanc... 473-2283 or 473-
16 H 473-2237. Itpd 8/24 KH
taskpwar. tflt. Heliclawtraitor 4753. 4tckg' 6.10.$1.51I'RCADINE .
I S4xM"PRINT r uA oil ,.0.... (2.10O.
rTift""s A"u7Too"iiTTiTo:
1 C.R415.2346.1 1cM 8 23 R H
EACH AND Iro.'. beautiful beach. CI...

TOWEL FOR RENT- Like .... NCIPPERMING: : GRAPES .In with HOW throe bedroom. ,
( lurnlihod. and carpeted 2 \'.. pick. 50 cents per 2 bob ...... Central hoot

4.93AYAN. BR. flp".. L..... (200 per pound. 7 a.m. until dirk and ilr." Phono 473-857.Itpd .
month :.Nopell. l.aiy: picking In I'lorabomo.Lilly's M/24
/ Roloroaces \I..,..... 659-2121. ,
roqulnd.Cia
'
= 473-3151 er.l-376-79H 6tpd KH. 8-I7-S-21. .FOR NA hE:s Why' Re.tt WWII

VALUBH.U9I VALUE SAY[W To 19% liter 6 p... or weekend. tie cell you one acre er mere,

fLUSfMATCHtTtCK ONE DOZEN 4 VALUE PLUS! MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS MEN** CASUAL HAT eha. .KH IA'O'fiiii: : -'HAI.'EI: : nothing down. ISO. ...th.
STRAP SANDALS Wooded. central opprevedwolor.
BLIND CROSt-
PRO QUALITY GRANULAR CHLORINE K..a... Helghti. Mce
?
A .... for triBor.
QOLPBAU.BVALUt 'h:7 3.96 ertlN TefN'tsNne uP GRAPES light sad dirk. treei on one t. 10 acre tracts Phone 473-4704 ppr. or.4734847.llpd .
3 97
,, 88a.ns..teab rMm/NrbW.1yNe/ ...t .......ID... C-PIck; or We- In neighborhood. el newhomei. fl/24

wny1, pa' i/ 1 gre.lr +.1514.1. haste sttNls d sleyl ksaala, cape sate. r PcNM., eJdA.aL. tyros sties lists er pdylWt Pick .. order Monday Some tots permit
4'.e'-wte'.e'.W ONC.MMCa h3"peal..clam, aoiMloryl?MM. rNa areas,eon'a 7e, eq.'tiu"ha. e m XI..-,t.SS aatta.rae rrt Isla Ml. Saturday 8 e,.. 5:30 p.m. mobile. horses. and lameoverlook I LPw.iii": ,A.I.lul
like. Pried lo
Four mllei wet el M.I.... a (200 route 'carrier far 11...,.",...
=!\ SA 19% on SR 28. I J mlUi !North. Mil with term from month.t'ommrclillronlige Hvlghli. Molrene .......Mont
VALUE nus 473.2702 down te 140 per
200A. 475-1151 or .
.have dependable Irnnipar*
I.% II 14 OUNCE I '1.5 L..k.,'.. tlnchg KH 21 avillible. Owner on 4734375. SR-- Ullon. I all 475-157S. 8/24 .

PREON SYLVANIA "; --------- 2ubg. "/31
N/3 Stcbg 8/31
i SLUE DOT .
W/LEAK d FOR RENT Office space,

( DETECTOR MAOICUSES % downtown K.y'also. .\\'Ol'-ISTtK'S"'ii: :: :! In

1.99 1.57 .. Locelod beblad Mealier Hludtwg. aotrelogv' ?!' .HheooI73I.13S Waists
olllce. Call 473-4107 .
: or473-4657. (......
0180.P5101 WAS Ii]? aAVVM .....d.'., 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Mart Hcpl. 8. RoglnlralloeirloMd BUUMZIW

ckgtlaEMPLOlMENTi ".pa. I. It/3 tlpd H/31

% 4-PACK *Bulldozer Work!

VALUC filial 0-DAY PLEACOLLAR EAGLAA flu CASH I OH UOI.lt ntvr'llng Large SmallwLand
PENLIGHT YALUEPLUSf CORDUROY JEAN* SOYS NO-IRON SHIRTS Tko Cloy jewelry. diamond coin. or
1 SIZES TOTE BAGS PORDOOCAT ,r/ County Beard .. County )
\ BATTERIES MEN'* S" WORK dental .101. W III *Utt '
( SHOESe5.88 ('....1..1..... hoi the )0.Mr. Fill. ,
aavakere.
; 4.88 Il home I
sa 15 following. CETA Title II Klu..... H $1411111. tll....
770 t 7adrde sardaav, 4 PasantN.ry treated ryay/.IWrh, available, Penny Final .... PondsWILBUR
rewn'-ajaieoi or tan rtnyl.MM If-SJSi wAelaf Disc.PRICI Sedy.w wilt earw.mNe, nrod/tone.In boys'States S. a.Mda rprints,bshtV e tasasaP Child/ core aide.. Te qualify. WATER
saNe M slue 7-IS. tar Iblo poiHkw. muss. bes -
lily \'ARi.i Et' Saturday.uguit .
reildent of County
'--.. -ab and moot CKTA eligibility 26 -9 .... to 5 p.., 4- f4t
PREWASHEO If believe Household. tamping, colts.kctraele lien W. Madison St SlarKe
G ( DENIM requirement yes ....
apply at I. Dereraledbindmide OTUtftlMODILK
quail
ion mm
G ('1.. County Coniniuolty mountain ..,.....

Services. .111...' BI5 ....", bay ....ab.. Heme..deweedew

G / !I,.. Green Care hprmg. cradles, reckingborioi. HOME ,
# wN ll ".2S KRt.A.D ............ luroKir*.
% I IP
40)A 4O 40J mnterlal. Terry King. VI eedbind .- SERVICE POLES

1 i U...... 473-3351. Itpd

+) +ar 5.. III, H/24 100: AM*: ,


I AY* UP TO 1.00TBEL fAY11wT0t3% YA<"""n"" n : ,I LADNirKMTTOP* : KIR H4I.Ki: Keym FOR lee 'ilrondlt AAI.Es'Fedd.r'e. .loner 0 withIreih Ill : "* '* :

MALIOXIFOAM ICE CHESTS NON-TKK BAKEWAREWSJIWUP MEN1 PAJAMAS PRBWAHEO JR.JAN HtIghlo.lc. lr*.. on air boa, _,.plpo aadIhermoiUI. 300 AMP i ij

4.88 98o =.' .77' wies 5.84 =a 6.88 .= '21-5 one uvlghborhoed.. 10 ocfe el now Cads......!.. : llpd .II SOO.124 Phone 47322.17 .

L- ..... ..... III ..... -- the p- ekes .+ eve ..,... M Some Ion permit mobil
errerrbaahabe ajmml. er easy ilynie 5N.a.wbokedTMt Cheaae oast..a,5-peek .aasdl..lac, t4 lad 11.-.I Pro w erroaad.sure pt.5e. pea Ps k aa.wW. -_A.a.OA __Prseaed.........-017-,A share hear,alias aM.L. .homo, and Mimo oterleik. nlik FOR RF'vTi: Blf,..?... ..
e. r Net
*. Priced. ,. Mil .lthIrrrai Like. G...".. :McDonold'i
: Reg. & King Size 100' Per Pack from 1200 down ,.140
'u\C.u : : .C,ONVtMIENT Madison Trailer fourt. HRIVO.acreu .

," M'W' (;'[SCH: ; 'N ''sU: ) ,i;'So it Cigarette Prices 54' Plus' $ plus' 56* Plus per ..on.t.SR-21. CommercialIrenlage iviilible. from P A J Quick
Tax Tax 4732722. 8/24
(lfJ'' nt..IIWY, b' ''',' 9.' 0-1,1., ..., '''',fl. rke Tics Tax. Mesas 47.1-175. 3/31111hbR; Slop. Iplp4






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Tuesday preceding' ._ I .. "
Thursday bfort Buoll<.j -- WS/ --I I', ,' ,, I \, ,. \ .' ,, ill .
..t ... ," .. ; \ ,
I ( ITEMS Twe
eation, I J' l ,, \

I Minimum(Covers charge. Words fill) .I j, t 1.U. I..tQ Ul( ; :' itQSXI I rQu I u I ::; J iSERVlctS'1 o 1 :" jt. \ ,
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I Cacti word over ..S I Iis . co. : \. : .l : : .. .. furniture. Fkaota M44T43.llekg I Ifit<.TY

It cents FOUND KITTY DOES NOT werh far NEW BRICK HOME ..1t.S SEWING MACHINE: e4RUBBk.'MAID *
,Not responsible, for! THE AMERICAN DREAMt' FIBERGLASS IX FT ... Redy the 8a P."_. '1 od...... X bathe. CH-A Service end ..... I......,' (, ?
BOAT -
with S
errors when given ewe jfiwr ewe Iad4.lahiw. ... 8/24 Xtpd 8611UPHOLSTERY Mly aarpatad. Phone M*. sad fcooaa ..,I.. AU workguaraataad. Parlypliaaleg :
E"I., .
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( oval er Jaae sad causal ..., kp .. .. .. ... 8-17 US adheeteaeaa HOrif *4.777i
the phone or when I (201 eller Ztpd 8. SOl Aactloa. dealers a
.114
Over ISO Il I
ahap. _
eathtealkeawe .: 2hL aed"mteaa m 20SN.TEMPLESTARKE.FLORDA
34 301 North, Phoaa 804-788I. needed la thle
lit/
not ere
to ....typed.Ulc.end. brought! ........ ........*. 0,..: ler t .. '" . sewl.... Edith Bright, Pb... -.--- 8/24 4lch. t/14 'area. For mere "'.. fill u=I
Everylkiag pro \ 46ll-XtX4. 824TIKEU C.c.lia Terwllleoar
t .w srw-..1I Itckaj MOBILE HOME! 1958 Debra Jerdee, 781-3X20 er
,.".. .. -. .. .. ... "101.... Yoar teat, ''',110O. ,. ....... 10.4S. 2 bedrooms. HOUSE PLANTS. 8 sad *0 ...-6IIS. Itch 1111.
'H\\ Cal .aelfeat U04-784-70IX 1'tf: '6r IR'o'ioff ;' >. OF HIGH P vary ...... 8dl alumlaaeiewelaf Inch ....,... pate ee ElUag- -' Every 'aran who! |tiv.wt. In _,..selected realMtat
e. r.u:
illlllliJOBS. : I ; eat, Itpd 8/24 ; !!\f klU.7 Cemba A". .... 8.,. ... waaklagaaachlee. tee Rd Phoaa. EdssSander. WINNEAG TkloiulaITI It In. growing ectton of a prosperouscommunity
- ---- '0 . .. ". _1 vi. .. cae help. Bpaclallalaa. A ., N..76911. Itpd 8/24 | |. ....a..t ..... It Ia..
;
.. IC. H.. ....
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. .. .. ..... dJootctho iureit and tefett method of
..
\. H, co' .." .- .. n' -. .hi 11.....,. aad Wklrlpeviappllaecaa. ... CASH 2100. Ph... very law mileage act 413 ra.hi. .
(llllflGOOD FOR RF.NTOlllae .,.... Pb... 3723ZU8.baleaavllle. .5'.'....7. I led, 8/24 301 Al'CTIONt' T.-; and Dodge .....>e. |lines bocomlng Independent for real estate It mo I basis

TRAVEL. Pay. : ) I : located .....,_. K.,..._. 8/24 3ted7 Friday, 7:30 ..at. Dealers regular), Crul.e ('...,.1. of our _.ltIt.

.....e.u..' Men eed .._.. lent ell Lawreece Blvd aed ------ ----.- --- TSREE BEDROoiil, TB and beyara.........New sad Two A IC'. 0a 0... Theodore RooseveltSo
.
ere Beaded In the U.S 0" "' busy career. Call 473-49O7 PAUL MENGi home with X batha, fellycerpatad used _re......'... US :SOI geaerat.r, Carpet IhreugkI. -

Army,Cal: ..,..., 378-7721, PRICES PAID la*. weekdays, t .... i .... Lower ELECT toga t...,..... I.. .CH/A. on sae acre Nartb .. Slarka. 8/24 4Ukg. Idly eellceelateed.many .. simple 1 It the earth wo tread) So quick with love

MIle.... 8/24 Xtpd 8/31 ..... ....11e ...... II ..n' Ash ler Mr. Wharlee. ..n'.t. Itpd 8/24 al laed.P..... 9S4-60M. 8/24 ..111Gi extra ( .750. CeeurtHarry and Ills' her '.m.1 Ton thousand year* have

gaga I. 3/4 paid ., mere.OLINS II...... Xtck. 831PLYMOUTH ; -SALF-aVW Haleker. 1713 K. Call dawned and fled. And ttlll her magic It the same.Stanford .
CETA- ------------- "/
POSITION. MOBILE HOME "" 'H. .. .. Itchg 124tIUNTRY AI Broh"The ..
_...ar.r aide, meet hi Peat I \ Saturday, ,Aug. U. 10. 1 a.m.
SALES. 964.5H08. 7 SIGN PAINTINGS Earth and Man"
Open EFFICIENCY APART.
...-....,'dleadvaetagad, daya weekly /' ... ._day carvlce.8ae. Rudy at i (c'RS:"":" '" ') I ,.7 p.m. Steve ralrlgaratar. ; i "ci.rlr LOTS,
!! !.1. MENT eee 2BR.unlerebhed (
'1 .
able. .. be heeded have ewiIraeaperlatme. apt.Cwlert: T.Ka. Walda Flea Market. Friday, ". .. ,, t.l I Iv ......,.. ether heuaabald. .uw. .15.500ALlill.,
-
of all millionaire became
Apply. at FlaState COINS WANTED) 1984 aad Melel. 904.0784. Nat. Seaday, M....'. TF- .. .... i I".... 810 Callay Rd.. two dewetewa .lets ea K.: Ninety percont to
Employment. SarvlM s...... lied 8/24 ('al Nt.. at 9.000 .and through owning. nil....$. More money hat boon
aid.,. U.3II1or
Pay II I.
824SEVERAL chi
poor S", ". lUhg
(lOW (:...n..I.) 98441092llebg Also his, clad. .......... eldgald mllae DUSTER 'Lwc'A "".000. Phone 1'-1"112. er made In real ottto than In all IndustrialInvestments
\175. 39.000 aicellaalfoadlUo LOVERSiBradford
H/24. ... .. Jewslry.te, Phone. 984- PT81-e8R.; R4R LANDCLEARINGID.ar .. standard tra..., Caaaty now kai. fllI.MQIeh./ combined.
6250 .alter 0 .... TFcfcgWANTED (,..01....... .has utilities sad wark, .lane aad aeialllaba. ",IIUO. KE 3rd St., Lake antes sad aacculaela. that -- Andrew Carnegie

( n 'W 'H.nl 1 water 'rale..... SI JO and ) P._. 448-2828. 8-17 lutlor neat ,. Church .1 have. road about but CHAIN LINK:/ FKNCKmelerlol
:/ Mobile Tamo (150 per meeth. with (50 TF-cha. c.... Peel Black lipd 8/24 you eovar ..... 2OO apaclraaaaahvaya Do It yourself and My Oodl How little do my countrymen. know what.

.. ..1.. and thro. Win. pick up. .,..I'. ....... I84-4I20.$ ee ...... Wa have all ..".. In.latlalieu available.. preclout blessings they are In possession of.
..,... .
OI.IVS MOBILE HOME 8/24 2lpd 8/31 ---...---- ._---- ))9 GlMC: TRUCK,On. too the. new 14..... Alrlcaeauccaloeta. Free ..11. IlandMasFence Thomas Jot.......
AN OPENING SALEM 9M4-5WM. Open 7 "- RF.MOI/ELINUs.d Hveeleck body with eliding The rare, odd fa.. ..4-511.M.1411.-

EXISTS IN THE days a ...... ll/ehg SMALL lB, kTiTbae carpaatry werh el all typ... gate. good .....Itlo.. Can ba ead .......L All .at ..... rhg.. FOUR VARIABLE FACTORS OF INVESTMENT

STARKE AREA equipped ....... ee pale, New h...... room .....IU.... Mea al *f. Goodrich. Tire atara ,rI.... Hpochtl far 10 AND THEIR RELATION TO REAL
WITH A NATIONAL DONATIONS:/ WANTED: for (100 month. security, .....11. Ph.. Walt. 4IM-2828. 8-11 feeler: ., cell 4524 .alter days hrlag this ad aadrocaiva SIU\ PAINTING fiNl. ESTATEI
COMPANY. WE'RE Concerned. Ckfaena Council Pboae 4.5157.6 ,... le 11 TF-cha. : I p.m. Itpd 8/24 a 10 pet. dhicauat.Froa ...-.., service See Rudy alH

., Hampton. te be said at ,.... only, llchg 824iISiTORNisIiEinioirsEi ta aO caitamara. a sal. shin Flee Marhet. Friday.Srt. .
LOOKING FOR AN rummage eala. Items can bedrcpped PIANO LESSONS! Newachadullne MUSTANG Ii l,'iiiS'I.: '- O al Ufa Iran Hawaii.. Old Oak. ., Sue. Me.d.,. TFrhg.RACK 1. SAFETY Real ....to holds 1 1..lua and

INDIVIDUAL WITH ..1a Eaters; ;. Nell M.... ar win trade for older made! "' .r.." ,T"....., Fla.. Juot Increases In value far better than other Invests
SALES MANAGE. fttallan. career a1( 8R-100 2BR with fully ..... phone "N .II7S. BraakrtchUdrta ear. Daatai M....,. 2898292. ell career .. HR 18 and "'R.I DOORSAI.r:. Behind ment alternatives and with lest downsldo risk.

MENT POTEN. and 301. Starka er In utility .ream, ale central. ar adylt 8-10 4tpd lufcg 8/24 (Ml.. Watch for .1.... Itpd mobile. .home 1231 Butler Mortgage hinders will loan higher' percentage of

TIAL. MUST BE Hampton at Jane. Haifa heat carpal sad ...".. 11.p.t. 8-31. .- -....-- 8/X4 ._ .. Kd. Thursday. and Friday.llchg value In real es..?. than on any other typo of

WILLING TO WORK ....... Will' pick up large .. SlU/moalh.. PbeeeB445844. .. .. -- 250 ('!low. .".. (2IMI. GERMAN SHEPHERD: 8/24 Investment security and for a longer term.
AND LEARN ALL k.... Phone lipd 8/24 .
46N-I538.
Itrhg "II.L BABYSIT 4. my home 72 Ford 351 eng. 225. Puppy 3 ..... .1... ...1..
AREAS OF OUR 8/24 -'- --- day*. Prefer pre-schooler.. 70 Mavrkh-l. : (24 Phone W4- '22. Itpd 2. MARKET VALUE' APPRECIATION Heat
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BUSINESS. MUST I TWO BEDROOM; trailer days only P..964-11143. 7N2-332I Carl Vantaotlipd 8/24 Florilund Realty property .hat two motor factors that fend to force

QUALIFY' BY QtO I tU' '. ....., 824.CHEVROLET. Itt value constantly higher) 'Increasing demand
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: Y. ; 393 Tee.pie .
PERSONALINTERVIEW. quid selghbnrhoed.! N. ob. CAME\ "BY "iiUf'TIIRnMHOP Are.Sterke.Flo. from an Increasing' population for a limited supplyof

I Joclhm te small child. (150month BILL'S SAW SHOP, ('em- VAN longwhaalbatet located ee Call St. lathe well-located land and (2) 'Inflationary cost

MALE.OR FEMALE no Illltloa luralahod plate sharpening. earvlca.circular laaulated. aid. pel hop. We have. ...."00 Increases of new construction which make

CALL" COLLECT HARLEY DAVIDSON) Phone 782-3279. Itchg 8/24 band, carblda. panelled, wind. Latter .ppll...... .. prlellegauppllaa. existing properties more valuable than their
blada. .hollow Jehaa Rod t-SK-2.15: | miles alllce auppllaa.
FOR CARL 1973. eperlatar. good .....p., chain, mower lek short Sampeea Lak original construction. Let u* stress Importance of
ground aad balaacad. Leave. oil Brewnloe rood |1"11.2291.| billiard Items light bulba.mbccllanoaeo .
Phoae 483-1890 altar
HUTCHINS. ATcu. II.MM 824SUZCiTToT TWO BEDROOM al Jackson. Building Supply" Phone 9fI4.S 798. Itpd .8/24 It..... .... anaailqee DavelepmeetTwe location at the key to appreciation and the need to
( ) 4-7tOO.. 5 p.m. llchg TRAILER luralthod. lecountry .., ... ----- chock market trends.
"...... ar 11..,..... llalgkta.llrhf ", fobs sear
SUNDAY ; chain. link ,..... Aute Trane.mlaawe. 2INI pars aid. Came brewao.Itchg story ......, wltkGlogorbread ,
KfAHKEVyouraathorhed BUICK
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1969 .
'BETWEEN S & P....... 9644N4I. 8/24 trim
p.m. llchg 524GARAGE 3. YIELD -Roal ostato Investments far surpass
SuiuH dealer.Pbane HOME REMODELING.II need bat.." Will Vor........ partly reoterodto
':30 p.m.. AND 9646020. 1640 South ..u k'. hi the home. we de It." ..... beet rhea Phaaa 984- modern hrlng.Greed any other typo of equity for consistent yield (1)
MONDAY ft LAKES. Wlatorrain. .... B24cylinder. : SALEi Saturdayonly yield appreciation' In market value S
Walnut ((301 South I. KI GSI.F.Y Room .llIon., plumbing 6418 Itpd property
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TUESDAY NtarkeJJI/clijj; ______ Nrpt. I ta Juao I. ....'rl..I. roollag, etc Good ....' 8:30: 13" and: ,U' old keuee"wltk; 1 percent to 10 percent per year or more to keep
BETWEEN I30a.m. .. II.... Phaaa 533-2MO. 8-17 work al raaaaaabla prt...i I97 .V RjK.I. Baby Items cablaot. acre ea Walnut 81. Priced. pace with or surpass the Inflation rate, and (2) the
e\ 1:30 p.m.. :Utchu 8-31. ralorancai. Phone 94-81187, AC AT healer. llroo, .gun..ro. 828 PlaawaadOr. caaaiagnaado. 4. MIL tax advantages of owning property. OIp.elollydopr.cl.b'
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---- -- 7/27 4tpd 8/17 radio, new tlree, newbattery ., between Kt. .and ----- '. property, and further enhance the
Orange
clean. (HIM). I BR. t lralll lease
Unian pXtMS APARTMENTS -- -- vary Phoao U648WM.llpd lead. additional 3 to 20
Myrtle lit, yield n percent percent or more
I i Phone 7111.. 32. lipd 824VEGA I acre let Mar. acbeela..
lureUhad.
E:Iliei.ncia. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSt 11124YA'l per yoar, depending' upon the Investor' tax
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Weekly. er monthly 2313 N. Phone !M4- "lifl.aeeda bracket. Yields of 10 to 30 percent total or
FURNITUREREFINISFIING: WAGON Saul. ) .hi .. percent
equity .on
Temple. A".., Starka. 66494: ..r..!II/ !!.Z.-'L! werh. HIM). Phone i) "s'ALEi Itaiardo.. BR home eat 1/2 sea sewS YGre.leg more, are not uncommon In real estate Investments. .

- CountjWant: TF/chu 11.\111' .. 4f)5-ll90) | alter 3 p.m. Itcbg Aug. 2ff. 9 te. S, p.m. 1002 Sr... .
Rd. 3 hmlUon
Fri .:oot....... KIT' ( IIENFTTF.SS: T BR 1t1'.II'I'n ..'p.i ir.. 8/24 al Duller rabi will ba paolpoeod case to
SrH i- apt., TV AC. utttlllea Ineluded. later dale llchg 8/24 Heeee laj city far reaL
N.nwhlas ArnoH. k, block,
-ci '
Totally lurnl.hed the false impression that real ostate, lacks

... t'rl.II. I Weekly, monthly ra.... runcrrlr lireplacnIi' liquidity. It may not be at liquid at a savings
.... 4:30, rUIUI I I to
p.w pr N Ph... 0647700VereJeP.Odeaa.GRI
- JI JII Temple Motel 8HO N.Temple I nn_lruill..... iihonr! 47t: lORSJtt I account however most real ....t. can be sold

Phan.:984.7699INCOME Ads 7357. 8/3, Starka.4tpd 824NICELY Phone 9A4- fun ..r 173.25.8: : .I'E'ehgSEWING R...Risks Raal Eatate within VALUE.thirty to sixty day for Itt FAIR MARKET

'KITTY' ._;0' work for me
: I MACHINES E...... K4..at7'
I FURNISHED one Rudy the Klga! Painter.. HAS TWIN ADVANTAGES.UEVERAOE .
ESTATE
: REAL -
REPAIRED: All makoarlaaa
: P.r1Adrew.Anooclate .
J AXf wrwes. : brdrooraaeirlme.t' with "I..t oiled. and'...j.) ...*..; .8/24 Ztpd N/I LiliianC. Pearson I ....'73. > : ')' !RECIATfON: } .e.. win o'

J > ev ... I '\ .nl. S& Wurk >*.. .._. JnWWlVlf ri ti ? R AI.J FOH-w e"] 'R"mJIf4' <. I "Pr./"* S +i.oenii'C&Kia4pppd frft "
I Irrdfshld'oiegklr.Waahington > 7'7 ,
ABtopfowarda. 1I1I : :
a.Ke I ARewarding .: ISC I1.AI ''S : Wl.nd.censor.'Morcae.. 0 : .,Ltln, Y.1w;: Aeeeclate 78248MHTARKBi r AssociateM4I420 I 9
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Avo.8.17llehg.EFFICIENCY Church
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and
Career The Red.and_Hwy_18.0'/.h'_ CherryAdklna BRANCH OFFICE
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Better Businete, Records St. 108.75 Ik a US 301 NORTH
'Reduced fro um original. price. LAWTEY. FLORIDA
: and aleeplag'
Way An lncom.TaaPr.paratlonyrnchae LOST: Black. and silver In room. 31/2 miles North ea ''H / IUSr: I'.SA'E( I 'C.O Gainesville. 378-7135 7824804: YARD WORK
,la German Shepherd puppy 8/21 3lehg 9/7 Br, 1 bath.
Available Now In YourArea .area al *..:. 5th Ave., Lake. IS-30I. I'nderweod Metal.tlchg souse 4 lit acre pareala plantedpasture HaA. I.AIOO ... It. pie. Hedge Trimming THOMAS
Butler 5 mo. old answers 1 let Lawn Raking
BLOCK BALDING' New, ee graded read, kee eai large career
to Trlxie Ph. 6-29ll.. lapel --------- -- BLOCK HOME with 3 Bed concrete, 14! 301 sad SR aaaad ...... ..".,aI te Tee ..., extraa to Hat Lawn Mowing REALTY

WriteBETTER 824. COMMERCIAL! : BUILDING rooma.2batha.with 12 acrca 225. Zoned Commercial 11.Inquire e..... from (..'511. with -- Parking LotC'.n.up

BUSINESS for lea.ei. 2.IKMI >q. (.. on I'H al land. ('"p.'. CH/A. P O. Ra 579Stark. 12 1/2 parcoat dawe. STARKEi 3 BRr> hath $21 North Walnut St.Starke. .
Phone 7N2-3577 5118 tlrhgCOUNTY HA brick "_.!. FereelIlelfkta.
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3(11 Phone 964-OU20. Ichg
RECORDS INC .. TF/chg. .ereSR FREE ESTIMATES .Florida' 32091
APPRECIATION: 8.7 -100 at 100A Balk far energyeavlen. j
CAKDOF
I Northeast IBin AvoQninoivillo i\ efl* MnA. !8944182Farmerly
15 100 plea ... It.
fUNJDN LAMINA IIMii I.Uetlme _ | SUNSHINE ACRES A"' .TIuI...
Fin 32601 Bread sewtSTARKEs
Mom and Dad: I ;:protection for treasured. 4 BR. 2 Bath brick CH/A. -- __ Phone f 41o" Real E.....

onuretul.tiunx' 'lor 33 pop.... photographs. .'.. bellt-bi. n...-...... r.'. S F.,.. HelghtaMMtKal .
"..,.) Mtl.I.IN.rlSII1)11). acrca Fercylh Rd.. (4T.SOO. ( keevBy weeded 2i acraa, SR :323 llamplaeOwaer

I.UIJI..IC'AUCTION. Wo Love You. FOR I SALE :FOR I SALE HB4-727I. 'I F-chg 311,35 .aerial340' ae- US-JOl lets high sad dry, pavdat LONGCHAMPHome lleaarlag.aur .
,...., bald. ewe ----
CharlenoRobert. _.. .. YARD KIt: :, Thursday. T.,... 56500. year and BuUdiug
I. b..., or ,.. may like ... BR. t bath, narrate
items -- -
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Mary. l.ouUeHOMES 1969 \ HIU: ;New paint. VAKI SALE Three family, Kvndat.Lester Johns Valuable Rand |SH2.WJ: : 1 2 BR Bungalow sew el ..r.. Call lor delalla. Materials black carport, big let. Weal

301 Al'CTION' good lire, new hock. ,. 'fhu,... .'rL. Nat. Aug. 242A. 2 mile ull 8ro..nl.. ItnidSK22 Nose, washer. A dryer, 3 BR. S -bath--mobile-- heeieae -WEBUILD- Madlaea St.Immaculate.

North olHtarkePublic rerent engine overhaul. ;New 8 a.m. 5 p.m. SinclairHrvan | | l lipd 8/21 13000. Will con.ldcr lake *lf.7 O.KEV8TONEi Your Plant Or Our
"' 3 BR 2 bath CB
sticker 1595 Call I Kd., 2nd house en
Innprctkm
AactloeNew FOR I SALE Iraflor .. trade.Levaly .
) I 49112613. Itch 824. i right. Match lor .'.".. ItpdN2I PA 1 111I UlM-.lts: IIU2D l Your Lot Or Oun home ad earner tot.. city. 2-

sad u.... ....r.r..I. SITS unmilalled. Limited J Ir-i BR 11/2 rats. atartleg 6,6S9.acre FREE ESTIMATES car garage. (:8-4\.

... Under new VEGA: MAUONt 1971 supply.I ,. A 1115 bath, block. homo, .large Taraii.AJi.PATRAV. Remodeling Repair
...........t. Furniture a 'lIlIt:.: HKIIKOOM.1'2: with needs wark. IOO) Ph. 4H5.IH r AM MINI M. 16211W LR. and DR e...... fully --- -- F. 0.1...!..Tho...

raleeellaneouc IePI'BUC -.... kith concrete,. block in.need. (I .alter 5 p.m. h.h.II.U. .fOR: ;R ENt : 'l.lth: si.. l..ln..\llk. I'hune ream,sal.to hitches W/Wcarpet BROKERKyeteee AdditionslIome.Bought .... Real Eetete
Flit (
large I" 7/11 II. ...,.. ..,.,... Broker
-- ::17/.117117 I hit| Fla.Olllc .
Cnnucl It. ochr.n.. 1170SW. Halghte. Office..44)iaXEven )
AI'CTIONEvery :/ MONTF CARLO' PS. CH/A. 2 car carport. Sere -Traded
lib l'.r,.... Lake I9T5 : HMB.MarakalDeeUaeai Sold
Friday duller Shaw Subdivklon., N PH. A('.. AM-FM '8 track. ROOM FOR RENT Call W \ I SON'S HOI MOF: parcb, utility A at.r... 73.861. .73.2039 _
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a Tuesday vintl top. 28.000 ''actual \ .111 MSt Many b.eI.ol. bldg.,2 ac. 550.000.Owaer ACREAGEFORSALE .
Tj30p.ra.Dealer. 21 2tpdN'il.i : mile. Kulra: cle.n..Alter Sand 911.31.91 Ji.hg ".2". nrw uruum. I ned. ,......... I 333-2110

.A -- weekends. Ph.. 4.11-1074.. merhlnei '"n .ll.ble. Parts - S..._..
Public Welcome 'r-- : I llchg H2I. 14)12 RF.NT-12.70 moblh and arrr.orle.. for nil DAYEVE: a WEEKENDS 473-437S ASSOCIATES
PANELING i (130 \icuum ..items. lot :N.W Ph... 782-18O6 !96443853Highway Sieve 81.....
lurnl.hed.
home,
......... pal Eve: .4-t88l
We lahe eo..I. : II.tRLEI: .DA1 IlM/\: month plus depook. Phone :Huh r. 1O.ln.m.> 301 South
II yen have' anything' lomil. CENTER 1973. Sporl.ter."' Good nhapeI5 IVA-2M2.. llchg 824. Phone ::171:7110.; 1 | H/rhK Ralph Bryan HareM
we buy one piece areelatea
and liquidations. I Paneling Molding I I II p.m. Itchg "..U.I 'II \IIIV \1\\\\ : %,.... Real Estate E..K4..11

Open t'rday FOR RENTS:: % ,.,.UI..eI. Phone Wtl Philip W. Clark
Kitchen Cabinets j ".::1.1. OK 1IIADI-:. HIM 1117
WILL IrhgID N.T..pI. Ave.Stark. .
HOME:,
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: 12 :\ MOHII.K
Illo3p.ni.except 'I I I chain host complete REALTOR!: Vla. FAULKNER'REALTY
.
SundayI'bne:911i4.7$1l I Counter'Tops .010. Bit: 2 lull bathsunshednn I
with chain. Motorol. 2 SR IIHI belweaaSlarh : IIF. SE\: IB: KEYSTONE 064471 $$
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!"I I vanities) I I II I II II o roa
ron.ol .lereo. torque. .nd Lake. Butlers s'ril\l.| ; U7rt I I.I I. HEIGHTS acre, well, pump. mZ3GS
FREE rencb. wllhl/'j-lach: drive. SIM) per mo.; plus depo.H.Phono I rn. .11 ,.II.r.U.. new e Olllce ((90414734700Evaehiga\ septic, Ut aaap eervfcePrtac ,. '
"' WiXli.! llchg 8-24 GEORGE ROHtnTS..
p.m.Phone '
4M-2K43. llchg 8-17 \\ and awning _upi .
.\n I ESTIMATES I I. plush. "I'hnne I7-I775.:| : 1.IIIIllrhg caj..rtlal. US N.Temple Rag. Real Eetale Broker

Phone: M44III57! : TIKK.S: : 'f... practically. : ....21.I 19041473-4037\ Starke,Florida Pkeea9447S2CfaaB9M >
.... l:711.U end wheels (33 ----- 301.3BR. North Temple Ave.
IYAUGNN-JOHNSON Inc dnlh contact lilubelrMonn. : Eileen. G.Stanley hems sad ......... Peal H.F.ulkaerRaaker 4t.rhe.FleridnTzn91 -
I.I .HE P.W'ItTEQ': I '\\11.11\ .Ml 111'1\'.", s..,- U9-301.
CO. I'2ml. on SH 121 ... : 'SaleswaaEveasg.:4133065 preparty.

I I J I I I ol. I..... Hutb-r, llchg N-24 nkiminuml. light pr_.*.>Mir..,.h..'d_.. Ugh'-rrrrrlarks : -Pratt 8t. 1 aRt f balk. 4Vi-60oS$ ,

Well!! Drilling J 140 S. Thompson St, Innicuirtitil tfriHitifliM.l blee. INVESTMENTPROPERTY

r.. .... .. I Ole Coco Cola Plant "t\: tK1: I UKMSi: Solidstereo. I KN'S I MOCKNKRAL:: : I/rttrn. .d. and ,*lI up REDUCED TO 110.000 -OH Grlllla Leee, t BRIreeM 1400 acres

-" thru 6.. I I olale (50; Iwiantennae HOSPITAL' : I CO" I. Lake in*...I..II.hlo.' "I1" In Is 2 b.eI....., I bath. ewear with. X te 20 ..,... .m Marks C..t,. Teraaa
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I 964-5711 *. (25 Sill ea.Stt. couch Will.,'. Bullet', -la eaw acceptingapplication mans n_ in )list *ii* .,... will I....... Alas,2 acre Ma. EZ t.,... offered. Fear bedroom Irama,
35. See al
fop lull and
lim
ar .s ntilktbhSuukl ill yrarkr
: A eelbolldlage.
zPastRotary" "Street, Lake Butler H.24 I part tds.positlenea.chargemlraesl llllI-IIU2u tmiHOr.l! thrust -B.lldlac .late .. 8R1009R430. BROOKLYN""LAKE CH llroplaee, -
II
alive, paved
.. ....
B. Rd.,
H-31.
2..h. Emergency: ..
ESTATES, 3BR. 2B. LR.DR. read leeced.Edward ,
Equipment
Drilling, Operelleg .R... 10 PECAN TREES Country Chib. large kitchen. with

LICENSED OWN AN AUTO ...p." .... de.lred. ApplyIn 'It1&1( .. _I acre te M acre. .each" bar. A liP........., ? RdflER.: S 1/2 '
STATE person I (al.II O K.: Main 1'1\ Shade thla. 3 bodrooui. 1 ) lacatkse.Desbl.wids 2000 .... ft. May. entree both. I>R, LR. FR with
PARTS CENTERs It EIST.U.; "... Lake. Butler,."10 3tchg I..U\_ :. bath brick" b..., ONLY sever --- -- flr.p....., garage. ceearelebleak.
umQsr ".I$. "',5011. IRE, I LITTLEORANGE LAKE ___ I

eaauredloryouend cult,con be (; ,\AND on, '1.lomln.1',01".1 I'.hllr ..... bath, eH 8R1M .. 3UR. 28. LR. DR. Kile" hoe Frame Heetet 28R

IIIN: H. Tliomiw1W4SSMH SI. Ralferd .,... with Mack bar break. ...teeeh. la) Iowa.frame .
/ New & Used your family H\RVSITTKR> Inc 9 mss. .h..ul carting BRING YOUR MOBILE area, Fireplace, oereeaedpatio. garage _

In a wide cholC. old child. Call 498-1263! alter t:"prrirnrr HOME -S3 acrea, 3 BR. brick. ,. Stave, refrigerator" beaae ee 1 '41'. mceeelry.
SalesPartsServiceFZTerms of locations. ':311) p.m. $.21 2tchg "..31.PUBLIC' Bneher. ulltmdbhwaeher.Haedymae. very roaoaeabU.t J
1 Eaceuent 1.1'.11" H.If!o. Degrleeen re this S acre parcel. ... --- --- j
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t Income KurlOIIl.uhriculinuOlls ::. .all a..,... task. ...... -Pick eaeip, ....... Speclali, 3IIR..r Asses North el Slarke.ett .

: .. potentiate.* I road, (5300. Lake. 48 .n VS 301.
**>** iJeV4f* '* **** '.h..... WI l.!5J5915Usy R. large Uvlge room
own.of an AUCTION Idlate .,... Caverad 1
Plumbing. ,Fridsy -S ecree, BR430..M I .. 1 wThTLR.; '
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DR.
: auto ponecenter \\hnlmal1\\\Varrhnu cv..fv liirs S Sot? ;
I . .. I . .TV.. I for 30 P MNANCY'S COUNTRY CLUB ash ....., 301 North lp.t/e./11.000.- amUy ream, carpert.we "

Newlhstallalfon; t !J Partial TlrnTuba' AUCTION ESTATESbodroomc -Margaa Rd, BR ..'I Lao Inc mebue bemoo. rte Lawtey, 1 1T.

f K, financing I tnJft.a! twee.Cra. I build ee with er without IOC--;:.. veryreaaeoebm
available I Batteries' ? PAINTING: 4 X batka. .... .well. aeptle lash light Just all SR." ,
If.Remodeling:;. CII"h Pnte" roara&ly room.IS14MO. .lerd ..... U .... polo. paved read."Several .
I 'jBto'rlor;. ln)( jrie.0o haprered. pasture leeiwdaed
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Repairs I T( e> >eitlficj, .' rae.1...... EZ We' have property ae 301 eammorclal late ee

*. I ILJ. treillefs Waia >eel "' ,... earth. er South.W..ae 101.
4 a, w > > a.a e
i. AMERICAN GRAPES oa> e e wbl AeitOw. 10 WOODED LOTS -----
ta"l3
urraIncepOMps8 : MRT W.heeotaere.'Evaeicteas 7tUg te 30. *ellerdi I... I hath. LR.
,. ...t. JS SYSTEM, Scuppernontf Muscddlnej Fe .ar... ..... good thaueaad price ...... large. KM,tR area, brick. 1

; : SUPPLYCOMPANY, ...... INC. Easy To PICk Camping' Nearby It line"" The> *t aile" 'rot I abed, several
450 N Lane At., OPf1l Everyday A.M. Dark ....- L. FaulkaorCveelega -.. paean
.: .1 ; .free Estimafo; PS44208Wayee 4142 ,
: Ja".O'hlI. f .. SPENCCR'S ,VINEYARDS Phono 4B-i e i o>. CORNERLOT ---- .... M......_ GEORGE ROucaTs.JR:
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869.N- Tempi AwiStarko ; 32nPh : St. Rd. 235A Alachua. Ph. 462-1329 seed f... CemmcrcUlJae. E.DoqIuA"te E..I... M4-4I72 Rag, Real Estate Broker

Fla. *fte* 3 pi.ee.. Loe> oMeoseiejo high. traltte seat VedeSettlaeCveelege Pbeee 904-T821. ,
;non I Just West Of 1.75 Alachua Exit A* 4>4>o4>wt 1e.590. 5144$13 te4M4 OFE> ..ate>. 'J AJ4
964-7061 IJ04,78', 7434: CALL C4M.HCT
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I New Prison Opens Near Olustee "': I.," .. ...".... '

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. Baker CorrecUonalln.tJtutlon .,, .. .. ,. t'"
the fifth major prison 8 50 mile radius if. '
began operation hut week with%Inmate.and about 75 staff member- half;; I .. r.' P-.t\. ,'
the planned/ slather Phase I of the W million ampus-Uke facility near Olustee yl i y' ,' '..., 'I.,,1\\..1 v

Located on the site of a former Forestry Service pine tree nursery, the low 1 '.,< n(!, .:ft';f'
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concrete block buildings are surrounded by tall pines only a mile from Olustee
Battlefield on US-90.and bordered by OsceoU National Forest.
/ Initially the prison dormitories will house minimum and medium custody
Inmates.The facility will add Inmates at thereto of about 29 each week until the
400 design capacity ia reached.

Phase II construction la expected to begin In December or January, adding
space for up to 224 more Inmatea. Maximum capacity will be wo! Inmate The
second phase will add an additional employees to the staff and boost the local
i. payroll from the$1.3 million in Phase I to 12.S million.

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Second phase of construction will add six security tower to the facility along
with two 125-unit single room housing areas, academic, vocational-educational: y 4VV F Fd _
and Industrial work area and a superintendent's home. Phase II will use some ;. }'
Inmate labor putting the cost for construction at 13.7 million, as compared to ?
the over $4 million for Phase J,
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Phase I Included four-lo0 men dormitories that are divided Into two equal .....
sleeping quarters, two day room with TV's and two shower and bathroomareas. ,.-
A glass surrounded control room looks over the entire dorm area and
allows monitoring of all activities. Also part of the first phase are two dining Beyond the control room U the cawpm-Uke. prIMa) facility. Phase I
rooms, laundry, multi-purpose building, barber shopcsnteen Individual mail construction completed at a cost of over M mUllen will bone 4M minimum
slot, and visiting area Inside the compound. Outside the fence are the and medium custody Inmates.Correctional .
administration building warehouse, and fircstaUon.

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Baker is a copy of Polk Correctional Institution that opened In April of this I

year. The same design and layout I I. being used at Volusla, which will open r "wl.. . sometime in 1979. : '',,
Tom fowling, superintendent of Baker Correctional Inatltutlon baa been The Inmate arrivals are all on trusty status transferred from other prisons. 4ry irh. t I Text
They are skilled labor that will work in the kitchen and pas vjyde ,
with the prison system for 21 yearn starting a* a tower officer at Union laundry.A ji
Correctional Institution.
large portion of the staff at Baker transferred from other prisons In the
area, some lateral transfer and others received promotions. SuperintendentTom & Photos
Dowling said he looking to round out the staff from the Baker, Bradfordand
JPitllthe Union County area.A 30 site' mobile home park for staff members I I. locateda
completion of Phase II quarter of a mile from the institution
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Dowling, a native of Baker County, was raised in Sanderson and Raiford and
ttaher will house 624 inmates. began his career with the prison system 21 year ago a*a tower officer at Union
Correctional Institution (UCI).


"Opening a new institution ia nothing new to me," said the 43-year-old
\ superintendent. Dowling opened the prison at Brevard and was superintendent ', ,#
there for 2Mi years. it .
The assistant superintendent .U Ronnie Griff, who received a promotion
from Statewide Security Co-ordlnator All 40 hour officer Joseph Key
orientation. New personnel attend 160 hour minimum stands for corrections supervises an Inmate In the prison 4 .
course. laundry.

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.. JJ"" ._, __ -....--" --... Steward Dewey Waldron stirs a pot
I'081202 Ruinnuiff? Sale Set SaturdayA .f stew for the Inmate dining room.

Not completed on the left at Baker-Is snares for Vocational skills that will be taught Include carpentry. The staff dining rom Is expected to
gigantic rummage sale and acroHS the road from Joel Bryan vocational-education and academic Instruction. masonry and brick laying. .pen later this week..
auction sponsored by the Keystone field The auctioneer will be George ", ............. .... .." "
American Legion Post 202 baseball Bolden. ,
team will be held this Saturday Aug
26. beginning! at 2 pm The money raised at the auction and * * Col. Howard Dunn Opens Campaign Headquarter in Orange Park * * I
upcoming events will be used for Poet
The sale will be held ut the Keystone
Recreation Association Pavillion 202 baseball expenses next season.Heres More than a hundred well wishersand leading Orange Park businessmanand all who attended. Ked table cloths Ellinore Bridenstlne of Penney .
supporters were on hand Wednes- Dunn supporter. Dunn who officially and red. white and blue paper poppies Farms Dick Welty of Starke. Bill :,
day afternoon for the gala opening of opened l his headquarters by added to the festive atmosphere of the Birchfield of Jacksonville and I
the Howard Dunn Candidate for the cutting a red white and blue ribbonat exciting and happy occasion. Ginnee Howard Propst of Orange Park. all I,
House of Representatives Campaign 4:30: p.m. on Wednesday was Sulkay Dot Donnelly and Jackie members of the Steering Committee
Thursday. Headquarters. V assisted by Raymond Starnes, Dews served as hostesses. were also present to greet the many I
Campaign Chairman. Helping to welcome the many supporters.Col. .
X-POW of the Viet i
Col. Dunn an
nearly a foot of great eating! Yes a Nam war, Is occupying Suite 120 at the .The delicious punch which filled the from distinguished all parts of guests District who 25 and arrived the Dunn invites everyone to visit "
plump juicy hot dog. smothered with our steam- Village on the Green Office Complex frosted silver punch bowl, was a Jacksonville area, were Ed Draper his headquarters which is open to the
ing-hot chili. And now. specially priced to let 1536 Kingsley Avenue in Orange Park welcomed relief from the summer Campaign Treasurer and Charles public Monday through Friday from 9
you treat the whole family. At a participating The two offices were generously heat, and the array of assorted sandwiches Barco. Finance Chairman. Elinor a.m. until 4 p.m. The Orange Park
DAIRY QUEEN' BRAZIER' store. donated by Paul Armstrong Sr., a. and dips whet the appetites of Van Dyke of Ponte Vedra Beach. phone number Is 269-O440. ____

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The School Board of Bradford County shall hold a public hearing on August 31, 1978,

OMO0 c. 1401 Temple' Ave. Starke at 7OOP.M :.on the budget for 1978-79. Copies may be obtained at the Office of. the

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