Bradford County telegraph
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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: September 14, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04173
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Gaskins Only Winner !

Bradford County voters will go to voters |urned out in Tuesday's and Wolbert 913 vote Only 89 ballots >
the polla again October S In the second election. separated the top two vote getters. V
4 ; : to decide runoff for the 138 Democratic absentee ballots 96 votes separate challengers Steve
a"k District 4 commission seat between counted Wednesday morning did not Cardin and Meng put Meng in the f
Incumbent E.W. Hodges! and challen change the outcome In the runoff runoff spot against Hodges. In the '
ger Paul Meng, District 2 Commission races. The totals were not official at holly contested District 4 commission '
race between E.L. "Nook" Normanand press time.Challenger. race,before the absentee ballots were '

1.,. ',. ..- .---. .. -,.-.... ............- ......u.... '___ .____ ..-- _____.___...._ Mark B. Adklns and the District 3 Vernon Olin failed to counted.. Cardin had 1.019. lodges '
school board seat between J.K. (Jim) unseat Incumbent Arthur Caskins for 1.487 and Meng 1.117. In the arweniec- I
( And the walls came tumbling down. The demolition from the fire and heat, making them unsafe.", The Lawson and Ronnie Thomas. his second term on the school board. Cardin and Meng both received 33: and ',
'I: crew move In to make the first hit on the brick wails courthouse clock reads six o'clock, but the actual lime of 5A percent of the 7,041 qualified Gaskins received: 2.214 votes. and Olin Hodges for totals of Cardin 1.051.
facing Call 8L The walls had lost much of their support. the demolition was about 1 p.m received 1.238 votes. Hodges 1.541 and Meng 1149.
; In the District 3 school board race !
with absentees counted'' Rev. Leroy COUNTY RESULTS '
Davis received 868 votes, Lawson IN STATIC ELECTION I f
1,801 votes and Thomas 1,029 votes. f
Lawson failed to make a clean sweep Rep. Don Fuqua won In all IS 'I
of the first primary by 97 votes precincts In the Congressional
! necessitating the October 5 run-off. District race.Bradford I
Davis got 28 absentee votes, Lawson voters followed the slate !
+ ''1 M ftA. 1v1'1 68 and Thomas 25. trend and voted for the teams of
? Davis captured precinct: 7 N, Robert Shcvln ahd Jim Glisson andBobGrahamendWayneMixsonfora
Church St. with Lawson strong In \
i J 5 'I I + li 11 Af precincts 4 and 5, 8 and 9. runoff... the governor. The winner of
t 14lhP 1 i'Sl In the District 2 county commission the runoff will face Republican Jack '
r.o' I i l ttl race, with absentees counted. Adkins Eckerd and Paula Hawkins In the 1

polled 1,351 votes, Norman 1,440 votes November general election.

Local Republicans followed the ,t
state trend giving Eckerd78 voles and '
! Lou Frey 34 votes.
Inside i
: Beverly Dozier was Bradford voters !
choice for Secretary of Slate. Jim

I Social. ". .. .. Pages2A-lA Smith carried the countv with '.805
IJ Precinct Results .. .. Pay IA votes for Attorney General. !
Comptroller Gerald Lew Is and Stale
J 'More Election ...
: .r. Pages aA-IA Treasurer Bill Gunter both polled I
;; More on Fir. .?,.... .. ;-.>*>ate 1A majorities
! p n 1 Performing Arts .. .. Page 'A. See a compete tabulation of

1 1< Sports ',' ... . iPagei 1B-3B Bradford election results on page HA
I: of thisissue.. Absentee votes are
included only in the races Indicated.

i1 i1OJ : ," ;P"v'r, Oglesby Ousts Schaefer; ,

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: Political newcomer Ted Oglesby Epps said when the final count was
t unseated three term, Incumbent made.
i w r Charles Schaefer for the group 5 Oglesby campaigned on a good
r Starke city council seat by a vote of management and common sense .
: : 622 to 444 while Incumbent Harold approach to city problems Oglesby
I + .. .pte. r Epps narrowly defeated challengerBob has been the Vocational-Education
w'.P r w4f.- Milner by 52 votes. Director of Brsdford-Union Area Vo-
I +err Tech Center for the past 12 years.
A tout I of 1.082 votes or 48 percentof Schaefer was first elected In 1972.
. the 2.270 registered voters went to when he defeated Incumbent Billy
the polls in Tuesday's election. Noegel by 60 votes. In 1974 Schaefer
) wr In the group 2 race Eppa received defeated the late Tommy Williams. In
559 votes! to Milner's 507 voles! 1976 he defeated Gerald Brown.

...... Epps. 43. is completing his second
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n v "I'' was pleased with my performance term. First elected in 1974. Eppa won
The worst city fire In 30 years rsges through group of five businesses at the Firefighter. from six{ forces In the area had the blue contained in about an I just wish I could have had 41 three man race with Carlton Chas-
ij 1 corner of Csll St. and Court SI.early Sunday morning, with the new Starke fire hour, but the total operation extinguishing all remaining flames, demolition of more time to campaign" said .Milner. tain and Bill Glover In 1978 he was
J, truck's lights far right, 'shining as brightly as the flames themselves. remaining.unsafe walls,and street clean-up, took 1J4: hoa"' when the votes were tallied. unopposed. Epps has served as
council chairman and mayor since
About 30 people gathered at the fire October 1977,
station while the votes were counted Twenty-five year old Milner Is an
I City-County Effort Stops Downtown BlazeA and the winners announced, Investigator( at Union Correctional

."I have got my work cut out for me. Institution This was his first attempt
I hope to do a better job in the future't at politics.
combined city-county fire fight!ng Sunday morning to save the center of noon The city had 16 firemen on the but was severely damaged'by heat,
force of some 60 men joined ea sly downtown Starke from an extremely scene and county had 27 volunteers smoke and water.
fast burning fire which destroyed five fighting) plus there were more men Loss of the five businesses, plus one Commission to Review
businesses,one-fourth of a city block, ,from the outlying areas working in empty building on Court Street, Is Agrees
from the Telegraph office west to connection with the county volun estimated! I350.WX. Replacement- cost I
Court Street. teers. Is estimated at $500,000.

Nine fire trucks and 14 hoses were Nobody was injured seriously, A fire wall, two separate brick walls Decision to Close Doan Bridge :
used on the blaze which was either spectators or firemen in the with about eight inches of space
controlled after about an hour but not blaze which totally demolished the between them on the west side of the Doan Bridge proponents crowded the bridge was closed "on'a
extinguished until late Sunday after- Top Dollar Store, the Klip 'n Kurl Telegraph office enabled firemen to the county commission room Monday, temporary basis" because the bridgewas
Beauty Shop American Family have a place to stop the fire just aheadof Sept. II. objecting to the methods deemed hazardous by both
Sound the Confederate Gun Shop and the raging blaze. The fire wall was used to close the crossing over the counties. Roberta said setting aside
x the Starke Beauty \ Court the only barrier the only advantage, Santa Fe River between Bradford and funds for bridge repair was "not
Thursday. S.pt.14 I P r Street.Curtis Sanders' Rehabilitation the firemen had to stop the fast Alachua counties just off Dedan practical.
Consultants, was not burned (See Page 8At* Church Road. Roberts continued none of the board
Lawt.y Council One spokesman for the group Mrs. would be against a reasonable repair
7i Ao Nancy McDavid, brought the cost, but $80.000 shared equally with
tl Burned Out: They.Bounce Back audience and commissioners up to Alachua County was too prohibitive.
I date on the bridge closing. She said He added It was not the board's
S.tur y'S.pt,16 What do you do when something you may have devoted a good part of your the commission closed the bridge ille- Intention to put a hardship on peopleIn
life to Is totally destroyed in a matter of hours? gally without holding public hearingsand that area ,but the bridge was closed
Pop Warner Car Wathit An empty, depressed feeling naturally follows, but the amazing resiliency of required publication in a news- for safety reasons.Also .
a.m.-3pm. !, a human nature seems to shine through after the initial shock. The trite but paper. speaking was Jerome Kelly
Community Bank M $ appropriate phrase "Start over again from the bottom up" seems to embodythe The bridge which was first discussed who said a lower estimate for repair
*1 Donation spirit of Starke shopowners whose businesses were totally destroyed in In the May commission would be $25,000 divided between both
Sunday's early morning blaze. The victims of the worst city fire In 30 years meeting was closed two weeks ago. counties. The higher figure would be
Fie. Market wri were already starting Tuesday to bounce back with unusual optimism. At Its May 4 meeting the Bradford for a two lane concrete structure.
St. Edward's Lucille Green owner of the building, was out of town when the fire started, commission responded to a report of Kelley said the cost ratio per user was
Altar Society and wasn't notified until noon by her son at the Gainesville airport. After road engineers from both counties economically justified.T.J. .
Church Parking Lot s finding out that the bad news did not concern her children Mrs. Green was recommending the bridge, a wooden Mann said he figured the
f a.m.-4p.m.Moflday.Sept.il. relieved to find out that it was"just a fire." structure, was hazardous and should bridge could be repaired with some
"If it doesn't change the plan of salvation. I don't,see much use in worrying either be closed or repaired.The new piling at 60 feet long. 14 feet wide,
about It." Mrs. Green explained. Several options are open for the future of the Bradford commission voted for about$9.000,similiar tea bridge at
area, but according to Mrs. Green's daughter, Lu, it will probably be used as a then to close the bridge but the delaywas Sampson Creek.Commissioners.
< parking) lot until a decision Is reached. due to waiting on formal approval refused to put any
Bradford County Virgil Heiken I and Virgil Heiken II. aelf-described co-lose. of American by the Alachua Commission.Mrs. response In the form of a motion but ,;
School 8o.rd-7 p.m. Family Sound, have plans to relocate in'Starke, but insurance claim. and McDavid said the bridge.,. Is did agree to review the situation.
.' refinancing must be cleared first. used by people in both counties Is Bridge supporters said the Alachua
"We'll get back into business as soon as possible, but there were so many needed for people to back and forthto County Commission has already
S.pt. 1. i: .1' items lost that can't have a price tag put on them. Antique radios all of my work, attend church go farm both ,agreed to review the decision to close
Christmas worth of ties in that its side of the bridge In
family's gifts and ten years Inventory were up sides of the river as well u needingthe a meeting next
Stark Council r place. Parts are not easy to come by and It will take a pretty long time to get shorter route to Gainesville la week Alachua County did file legal
the business back together." Heiken II said. case of medical emergencies. notices In the newspaper. andubold .
7p.m. Luther Green and Steve Arnold, co-owners of the Confederate Gun Shop have public hearings. '
a" PTA already rented a building across from Sonny's Bar-B-Cue on 301 but the loss of. The group asked why money had "Maybe Maxie ." said
antique guns and other irreplacable items make the loss even harder to bear. not been put aside each year In a fund commissioner Carter; The
p.m. :21 Curtis Sanders, whose Rehabilitation Consultants office on Court St. suffered for road and bridge repair for just board agreed to review the bridge
extreme heat and smoke damage, had acme anxious moments Monday when such: situation. Mrs. McDavid called closing with an Alachua County dele- I
( .. Resembling a scene from the Civil building inspectors were trying to decide whether the wall of his office would the commissioners on the carpet. nation at the bridge site.
m War. the Confederate Gun Shop sign have to be torn down. The decision went his way and Sanders has decided to saying they were quoted by consulting "1 would rather not make a motion !
rhr (Camtniinilu remained unharmed miraculously stay at the location and renovate. Sanders also suffered his share of Irreplaceable engineer Art'Schultz to the AUchua 'to appropriate funds," said Roberta
\; &tatr Sank through the fire,. but the ash and Items lest Including a hand-carved teakwood desk an oriental rug, and an County Commission as "not wanting when pressed for a committment. He
rubble sees: through the doorway antique office desk. ; to maintain the bridge and would added the board could not promise the
A.._.._I.wrN u. A of the of Sunday's fire .. tremendous"loss to all victims. "would be,
1.l4tM*>Vft testify .. .the disaster,. that Just. took tragedy stature a close It. bridge reopened. until a
: .. but the outlooks of the Involved make the future MaVtaore promising. dollar amount was ."
ttrlt toMtn' .no.C f. place. persons Commissioner George JtoberHid! ..liecwpd '
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Nancy McNeal I, Roger Mitzel Engagement Told

E announce Mr. and Mrs the Norman engagement McNeal,and Sr. fY he fjJocial flJide &1' fYlieI.J"

approaching marriage of their r '
inland' daughter, Nancy Louis: to Roger Lee Wooly Society CJito 964.7608 I
Mitzel, con of Mr. and Mrs Duane
oU Mitzel, all of Starke.MIM .
Lam McNeal and Mr. Mitzel are
the* both 1978 graduates of Bradford High
Colltlonl, School Retired TeachersTo Carolyn Roller and Roger Redding
'The wedding will take place Nov. 4 Ptf.'lt
day I at the home of the bride I parents Meet Sept. 21 I
brat -* No local jnvltatlons will be tent but Wed Sept. 1 At Evergreen Baptist Church
dose all friends and relatives are Invited to
"t attend Bradford-Union Retired Teacher's

ConIhall Association will meet Thursday.Sept. Evergreen Baptist Church; la
i 21, at 10:30: a.m. In the Bradford
Celebrates13th Lawtey was the setting for the
Bobby Epps County School Board conference roomIn
Ulelria. marriage of Carolyn! Violet Roller,
.. Birthday Sept.7Bobby the U.S.O. building daughter of George Roller, to Roger
'ThlegU This will be an organizational
Alan Redding, son of Mr. and Mrs
meeting for the new year.At 12 noon a L.A. Redding, Sr. all of Lawtey.
of ii Epps celebrated his 13th covered dill) luncheon will be Rev. Cecil Crawford. Sr. performedthe
tots birthday Thursday,Sept.7, at a party enjoyed nuptials on Friday, Sept 1, at 8
cyst given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The state leadership workshop for

U Harold Epps, at their home ,on E. .. the Florida Retired Teacher's p.m.Centering the chancel was a gold
whit BesHent road.TheStar : i Association will be held at St. Peters.burg bridal arch covered with greeneryand
War theme was carried out Beach from Sept. 12.14. flowers
app Including gladiolus,
The refreshment President Mrs Julius Royal,
efte In the party decorations. peach carnations, yellow and white
table was centered by a birthday Nancy McNeal secretary Mrs. L.A. Canova and daisies and baby's breath. The gold
sake topped with an arrangement Roger Mltsel Mrs. Edna Hart, who Is the Bradford columns covered with sprengerle held
I depleting a football field. County Coordinator will be attendingfrom two altar arrangements of while
Assisting! were Bobby's grandparents 7JJ y..x- this association. gladiolus peach carnations white
Mr. and Mrs Lacy Silcox; chrysanthemums and shades of
At his slater Angela Epp and his aunt, Dr. and Mrs R.E. Dopson and son yellow and white daisies and baby's
brioMal Mrs. Norman Jean Martin. Christopher, spent the weekend at Charlotte Whitehead, breath., Palm fern fronds were placedIn r1
Daytona Beach and Palatka. the choir loft. Two gold IS branch R
Nat Frank DurranceTo spiral candelabra with burning
Sep tapers highlighted the bridal arch.
BarIC DWight SlatersFood Wed Lonnie Redding, Jr. attended his 1
Friday Night '
brother as best man. Ushers were ry
& Seal Terry Redding and Doug Heaton.
can' Miss Charlotte Whitehead and brothers of ,the groom, and Richard
Nal can Open u.s. 301 S. Frank Durrance will be united in Redding, cousin of the groom
Miss Michelle Gullion of
7 AM. 12 P.M. marriage Friday night Sept 15. at 8 Lawtey
In I Ii & Walnut StPEPSI
served maid of honor. She
p,m, In the Pine Level Baptist Church as wore a (
cltl SUNBEAM with a reception following In the floor length gown of peach polyester _ I
with ruffled
MOTOR OIL church Fellowship Hall. organza capelet. The
wit BREAD and relatives invitedto I gown had a polyester rose at the
All friends are
the =11 I 16 Oz.8Pk. Tax attend. waistline securing a long side ruffle.
out 79 3 al.' nits T?. .12! DeoBOHDEN8 She carried a colorful medley nosegay I'
P4. of peach and yellow miniature carnations
art daisies and ivy with peach satin
69 ALL fWIM$ BEER streamers.
MILK 31, *| Case Mrs. Eleanor Jutras of Mesa. Ariz Misses Joy Redding and Cynthia
1100 Is visiting her brother and sister-in- sisters of the ,
aver Cost Heaton. groom were
I law, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour this bridesmaids and Miss Stephanie y +A E'Mr. E'---

week. Redding, niece of the groom, was .
junior bridesmaid. They wore gowns .
Identical to the honor attendant
except In yellow. They carried nosegays -
of peach and yellow miniature
carnations and'daisies and ivy with
yellow satin streamers.
Little Miss Angela Redding
attended as flower girl In a gown
'Denmark furniture Company similar to the honor attendant. Chris i
Heaton of Lawtey, brother of the
ViM groom, was ring.bearer. and Mrs. Roger Alan Redding

The bride, given in marriage by her _. ,....,tI. ._ .. .
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ci END SUMMER SALE brother, Jeff Roller of Jacksonville, and Norma VXIIIIIB.After sity of Murcia enrolled in pre
It was lovely In a white satin gown with a wedding trip to the Smoky veterinary program and employed at
Ji ,. while floor length lace overlay The Mountains in North Carolina the the college of Veterinary :Mvdiclni'
pi fitted bodice had a low pointed neckline couple Is residing In Starke. Mr. Redding is employed:! ,at I
gl P' and long lace sleeves. The chapel The bride is attending the Univer Hercules, Inc

length train was attached to the back
.J) J.>>:i\ kV- 1 waistline, Her beaded cap secured her Mrs. F.S. Smith Birthday Party Honoree Sept 8
atd \ finger tip veil of illusion. She carried a I
: .J i ''J "- 1 Juliet style cascade bouquet of yellow
11tl .. iI ; .. roses, peach miniature carnations, Mrs. Foster Shl Smith was honoredat sang Happy' Birthday on I ho I ape
1&a. I [L :;::' along with poetry' recitations and l
tlF --c white miniature carnations trailingivy a birthday party last Thursday
tlc Fc L1iI'o.. "'" I-= baby's breath and white satin afternoon given by Mrs. Levon giving a resume of !Mrs.Smith t early,
I childhood. i"i t7-\ I streamers. Andrews at her home on W. Madison
-- IJJP .A reception was held in the church street.I _. I. 1 I The nine i guests who ,shtired4thiJ
n Fellowship Hall. Standing -In the ,I il occasion enjoyed!* ei c receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. L.A. surprise gift to Mrs. Smith was a and gave!Mrs.Smith a blue silk I low IT
%. ) ...- 'I) Redding Jeff Roller, bride and groom tape recording made by her 88 year arrangement as a memento oft. the
t rul..J..J ] II ,f\"JK!I and bridal attendants.The old mother. Mrs. Walla Lipsey who occasion '
bride's table was covered withan
I* --Jl( ..i'J Army Navy cloth over a yellow Callie M. Walsh David L. Roberts Wed August 14

I I t: :. flounce Rings of peach and yellow
I J F := :. flowers and sprengerie surroundedthe Announcement Is made of the Institution. Kaiford. as u medical
< "-.p : Lcrl ...: six tiered wedding cake and punch marriage of Ms. Callie M Walsh and assistant. ,
1I bowls. Altar arrangements of the David L. Roberts on August 14. at !Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and daughterare
I bride's chosen colors were placed on Reno. Nevada. residing at till) West Pratt I St..
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; I Ii' ... _' rf I each side of the bride's table. Attending the bridal couple was Starke.
; 111 \ ..J I: Irl 1.L.. Mrs. Karen Moorhous and Mrs. Miss Monica Walsh, daughter of the

t ,t.- )... t.1 .. 1 ". I"t Shirley Newport cut the cake. Mrs. bride. ['rrmnafi .
'1J Clarence Gullion kept the bride'sbook Mrs. Roberts is the daughter of
'K "" -..: '>.f Mrs. Callie Simon of Tustin. Cal. and
Bill :Morar and
:Jt t:6 !Mr and !Mrs. family
["I --r'I r I "I r ,t h Assisting In serving and caring for !Mr. Gustav Nimz of Rosedale N.Y. of Panama 'ity spent the \u-ekenil
6d the guests were Mrs. Lucille Moseley Mr. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs ..
i.- _-tr11'I'; ,rop :... Carol with her parents. Mr. and :airs II A
j. 1, Mrs. Clara Brewer. Mrs. Don H. Chitty of Starke, is a 1973 Lawson the
J Joining lournly on
L Y1. .. r Redding, Mrs. Carrie Bea Moseley of Bradford High School. lie
p ( "., ; graduate Saturday were Mr and :Mrs .loc
(, ." a Nat served 4'i years in the US Navy, and
.. Jordan and daughter. Cy nl hia, ol Un
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Honored At V BIRTHS I I
Mr. and Mrs. 1. /Ua/Efcrlyhreturned Mrs. Ruth Johnson spent Aug. 31 to Vernle P. Odom was )in' St.
I Linen Shower Tuesday of last weekfrrom al'' nonth's Sept. IS visiting her son and family, Petersburg the first of U"Wrek' attending
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gordon of visit with their sons,*Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jenkins in a graduate cerise MmBSored
Yr I the birth of a son, Ron Early and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Huntsville,AlII.Shewas accompanied by the Florida Association)tttiltors
The home of Mr. and Mr Charlie Hamptonannounc Daniel Alton, born 8 In Alachua Early in Seattle, Wish by Mrs Nelson Green who visited her Education Committee. The OWlfse Is
I F.scholaAqyIe Forest Jacksonville Paternal son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and offered yearly for all past graduate* I
was the seen for a linen shower General Hospital.Mr and Mrs. Bob Mr. and Mrs. T.T. Langs ton of Mrs. Ed Hudson In BlountavUle, AlaMin of tho Association.Mr. '.
Tuesday, Sept. 5, honoring Charlotte grandparents are I
Manning S.C.
r Durance.Whitehead fiancee of. Frank Gordon of are Starke.Mr. and Mrs.Maternal Alton Friday guests were of last Mrs Tuesday Arlin to Anita Green of Florence S.C. and Mrs. Theron Kabv Mrs. (
grandparents McKnlght J.C. Rain and Mr. and Mrs. Hotiree .
The party room was highlighted Sanders of Gainesville. parents, Mr. and MrsuHerbert Creep Etherldgo of Chlefland were.Sunday 0\
with arrangements of white Mrs Lila Caldwell left Tuesday for visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.CK Jackson j
carnations and potted f.rns. The Mr. and Mask Mimes of six weeks visit with her daughters and Mrs. Dale Fisher of Ocala was Mrs. J.C. Rain la remaining two l
refreshment table was cowered with a Starke announce the birth of a their families Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Friday overnight guest of her uncle weeks .
white lace cloth with the punch bowl daughter, Michelle Dana, on August Anderson Ventura, Calif and Mr. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
and open-faced sandwiches at one end 22 In Alachua General Hospital. She and Mrs. M.A. Garcia In Camarillo Goldwlra. Mr and Mrs. J.G. Jackson,spent
and a white floral arrangement In the weighed eight pounds, 11 ounces and Calif. Saturday to Tuesday of last week f
center. Joins a sister Jennifer Carol age 3. Mr. and Mrs. JH. Moncrlef of visiting Mr. and Mrs. PL, dough In
Sharing the occasion! with Charlottewas Paternal grandparents! are Mr and Mr. and Mrs Robert Firth returned Kingsley Lake and daughter, Mrs. Douglas, Ga. '
her mother, Mrs, A.B. Mrs. Robert W. MUner. Sr. of Sunday from three weeks vacation In J.S. Walker of Port Lauderdale went I
Whitehead Sr.; mother, of the Tallahassee. Maternal grandparentsare India and Nepal. to Chapel Hill N.C. Friday to visit Mrs. W.H. Hart spent Friday and
prospective groom, Mrs.. FnnkDurrance Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.Kauffman daughter Cindy Walker and pickedup Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Mike "k
Mrs A.B. Whitehead! Jr Sr. of Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Turnlpseed, Sr., Laura Miller and went on to May In Ocala and all visited,Busch \
and Kim along with 25 other guests. Paternal great-grandparents. are A.N. of Atlanta Ga. were last Tuesday, to Franklin. Va. to visit Miss Miller's Gardens on Saturday. ( ,
The hostesses presented the Thompson of Windsor and Mrs. fiance Steve Walker Jr. They were I
guests of Dr. and Mrs. H.H
honoree with a clothes hamper as a Francis C. Brown of Chicago, III. Thursday Sight seeing in Wllliamsburg, Va. and
memento of the occasion. on Saturday visited Dr and Mrs. See Page I) :I
Andrew Miller In Gastonla, N.C f fi
Mrs. Grace Harris of Holiday. Fla. fi i
WE APOLOGIZE was guest of Mr.and Mrs. Titus Olson I
of Mr.and Mrs. Donald Leroy Ennls of the first of the week.
Master Bobby Beatty Stuart Fla.
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Starke the birth of
was Inadvertently left out of the announce a son /" 1 1
August 26 Mitchell Coty wedding Adam Leroy,born Sept.7 in Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and ; I
Jacksonville. He,Joins a family. Debbie and of 1 "I 1
writeup.Bobby, nephew of the groom Rickey '
was ring-bearer We regret the oversight brother Vincent Lee 19 months. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner I ., I ;
Hernandez Home Maternal grandparents are Mr. and guests of Mrs. Bertha Pearce. I a e '
Mrs.Vincent Lewis of Kingsley Lake.
Paternal ssesessa. I *
Scene Of Patron DUPLICATE BRIDGE grandparents: are Mrs & ;
Shirley Owens and Donald R. Ennis of TilE BRADFORD
Jacksonville. Maternal COUNTY "
Mrs. F.J.Shaw and Mrs. Townsend
Saint Dinner Party Dent were the winning couple at grandmother Lake.Is Mrs. Leona Lewis of ,PubliHhrd every" lbuteday, t; ctl. :
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. Kingsley ; al 133 W.fall"Street" I r ri.
Dr. and Mrs Carlos M. Hernandez R.A. Green and Mrs. Cecelia Ter- ..c- -C" surke. Florida:sma 1. > ,
entertained.at a dinner party wlllegar were second and Mr. S.W.
Saturday night at their home on E. Hamilton and Dolly Kunig were third. Mrs. Leroy Norman visited Mrs. Second Clans postage paid 1
Call Street for the annual celebration Albert Sanderson in Fort.Lauderdalethe a'StarkFlorlcbl i.J.Iuft.W. / :
of Our Lady of Charity patron taint of past two weeks.wy i. I
Cuba. .::I Subscription Ralrxj I !
The beautifully appointed table was In trade area;IT pr 1 : .
covered with a Spanish handmade >cart M fix months \ IS" B..MI>> Rhorf964J149 ,
tablecloth of CasUlllan lace and : Outside trade area; lit U U S'Ofk. 96 .6300 1' !!
centered with donatedby /SKadoir tl pvkW4AP NArryorlI ,
a center piece : .rnl'. l"rparll.SI'.I"' month ------------------' l
Joseph and Maria Stephenson. I E
Silver platters held a variety of Inter

Mrs.national Hernandez.foods, mostly prepared by '- New Fall Fashions:1, :/ ;\: ," .',) I... 1 . !Ek

'*Our: Lady of Charity was honoredby t, ,4 IBBALDWIN 1 k

Dr.and Mrs.Jorge Salazar, Dr. and ,; .
Mrs. Pete Felos Mr. and Mrs. J. : .
Mixon Mr and Mrs J.H. Stephenson, -i iA
Sen. and Mrs.Charley Johns,Mr. and
Mrs. J.T. Moore Dr. and Mrs. Klert
Sundusadee, Dr. and Mrs. H.H. 'ity
Adams, Mr and Mrs. j t 'I H
Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and :: : CHEVROLETI
daughter.,Brenda and Mr. and Mrs. h :

Dr.Guy Mrs.M.Dr.Dr.Terradas and Sale F.and and Mrs.Gutierrez Mrs Mrs.all and Miguel,of A.Eduardo Starke.Garrl.daughter all Coaslo.of Dr.Infante Macclenny., and Lourdes Dr.Mrs.and and : I i\, i\1,\ \\i\iI \ ; :.. I ,i.u.OLDS Ap.JI i i

daughter, Cecilia and son, Eduardo I r ..,..... '.., .. .-
'Clnca of Ralford.Mr. and Dr.'Mrs.and J.Mrs.Barros Eduardo, Mr I1 : :. \\J.

and Mrs. Orlando Hurtado de I ;1 1 t.
Mendoza, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. i
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Nilo Becil.: Dr. I
and Mrs. Humberto Rebollo all of -?
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Jacksonville. Dr and Mrs. G.M. a i -- --- ntt.a1. / Brings
Brual Dr. and Mrs. Luis Clntado, of I
Gainesville. Dr. and Mrs. Jose {Sn.1 +bi' YI COI "I."" :: __ :
Goyenechea, Mr. and i Mrs Richard 1n..... 444s ; .
.Johns_.ofiLahe, CHjTf vi* *.fwHturoo fMr' MS }M r1 AMa+rr'"s+M4l M++ nle.ah 4 ,..wall' ; T- <- / !
Our Lady of Charity was honored by M,
flower arrangements donated by Dr. wttl nH 1h f i'O ,
and Mrs.Jorge Salazar, Dr. and Mrs. bt+eliA/4lih./' (,'I !
Miguel COsSio, Dr. and Mrs. D.Recchlone. ti,r ,Id, t r'Mirda
: Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo $800' $9"0'0- -' 1 "nj\ _
Infante and Dr. and Mrs. J. ,. II ,i'; ,. .r ", > O"N" .
Goyenechea.: 1'1' 'c" LJ/'III/ ) '
'i "jto.v'V>t Wq '.
Robert Carver "(H! V;...llV / '
wardrobe of I : :
lengthsfall ti" ; 'I t:7\s: I
Celebrates Ift 'n 919h NEW
12th ...,, 'of.
At Disco Dance 1978 ."y 1,"1)M.M.IM.IIt a .

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Carver enter .'.V ,, i 1978
tained ate birthday party and disco
dance for their son, Robert on his 12th 0 .. "
birthday. *. .P. /
The party was held in the Carvers w.1YPRIrNn.
garage on SR-223 where the 23 teen- a.oo To 5:30: CHEVROLET
agers enjoyed disco dancing and .
refreshments during the evening. tan Can eh..t 1
Kelli Carver and Stephen Little el.+. se1 sost
presented a disco dance routine.

serving.Mrs. Richard Little assisted In I < LUV I


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.h Call Street Has Seen Its Share ,: ,


Of Destructive Fires :Over The Years ;

luncl In r7TmT \ d.

d the Starke like the Phoenix of
Lamthee mythology, has risen from the ashes
of several disastrous fires in IU 125-

Coils r rr year l history, but none came at close
Boos to destroying the old downtown are
day 3 along Call Street as the one that
bre. Sunday night swept away almost half
deaCons* a block of commercial property
> between the Old Courthouse and the
newspaper plant of the Bradford
hast County Telegraph. t 3 i iM

the I
riantTr. In the early days fires usually
destroyed only one building, since the
legtlof downtown area was far from con-
istola gested In the 80'. and CD's, with wide
gaps of open space between
commercial structures Two notable
s18&La I1 \\L. blazes during this period were the one
d that burned the old Hotel
whilapp _._ Kentucky a
brick building occupying the northeast
afw corner of Call and Cherry
Streets, now the homes!te of Mrs. G.J.
brr McGriff; and the fire that destroyedan
i. early Starke "skyscraper," the
I.AJ three-story brick building owned by
J.M. Johns, with his general
merchandise store on the ground
brieMal floor, and Masonic Hall and Odd wa '
Fellows hall on the two upper stories.
Nat This structure stood next to the
Sep railroad on the north side of Call Then Market Manager Bob Allen surveys shambles left by Incendiary' fire
Bee! Street, the site now used by Gerald that destroyed the Stale Farmers Market In March I'71.

locI Brown Insurance Co.

C P Some 30 later Call Street was
can 4rmr years Chief R.C Buford and the Starke farmers market when police receivedthe
again the scene of disastrous fire, on
Nal : ; 0 t the same location as last Sunday's Fire Department fought the losing call.There was only a small blaze
call holocaust An old frame battle alone. Using their two fire in the market hallway when
in.I. hotel or "boarding two-story house/' about trucks, firemen, and 100,000 gallonsof Chambers arrived, but as he left his
midway between The Telegraph and water, they managed to keep the car the fire "got to roaring and
ctU the old courthouse, burned to the fire from spreading to other nearby popping and everything pretty well
wit ground, and wind carried the names buildings. Unused sheet plastic, exploded." Chambers said a popular
the to the newspaper plant, gutting the stored in the building and valued at mode of operation for criminals was
out room and ruining all equipment. $10.000, reacted with explosive forceto to set a fire to decoy lawmen away
arr Some of the charred type cases surviving the flames, showering sparks and from the site of a planned burglary.
enveloping the entire East Call Street
this disaster were still In use at
alt area In dense smoke.
The Telegraph until the paper con "The market was completely
Firemen verted to offset printing a decade ago 2'15, and the only
Another $100,000 fire not In the engulfed by thingwe
Flrenghtlng photo montage (Foreground) exhausted firemen rest blistered feet during and metal type was no longer used. Asa business district this time occurred could do was save the Farmers
curbside break. (Upper left) Ladles Auxiliary members serve hot coffee and soft drinks to result of this fire the paper was Mutual
Exchange building next
March S. 1971, the
IU Action fagged firemen.(Background) Councilman Wilbur Waters gasps.. for breath emerging from printed in Ocala for several weeks Starke State Farmers totally Market destroying on U.S. 'door,"said Assistant Fire Chief Eldon
smoke-filled building. before a new could be installed.
press firemen and
301. Circumstantial evidence at the regular 11
The next memorable business time strongly Indicated that the fire volunteers fought the blaze for six
district Ire, and the largest in was intentionally set by unknown hours. Sapp said It was the hottest
Starke's history, was the Florida persons for the of "decoying"city temperatures he had faced in 30.years
Editorial. County flgenti. Plastics building on East Call Street police and purpose firemen away from of firefightlng. ,
.. known during World War II as
?! !! Notebook Blanding Center, an amusement and Starke Washington Builders Street, Supply on
for thousands of It just hot
ti shopping area made off with an assortment of 24 was probably as Sunday
service personnel occupying Camp morning as several firemen were
ByBobby firearms valued at $2,234.
PiM Our Fire Departments L r" Blanding at that time. limping from blistered feet; the heat

A DuPont employe returning home melted part of a fireman's helmet,
Taylor Following deactivation of the camp and warped clock faces In the old
ci from work, reported the fire to the
Prove Their Worth after WWII the building was sold to a courthouse tower, 150 feet above the
It Phone: 964-62)10) Extension and"''converted' into a plant Starke police at 2:08: a.m. Power lines
group had been cut to the Starke Builders ground.
JlPi fabricating signs and other plastic
building to knock out a burglar alarm
PiP' Seeing most of the city and destroyed or damaged in the items.The building covered almost an half area of system, and clocks stopped at 2:05: Florida Plastics may hold the
county fire departments in actionat eastern half of the block. This is a good time to consider 17,600 square Loss feet of- the building an am. record for square footage burned by
al culling open or poor producing cows. any Starke fire, but Sunday's damage
Sunday morning's near- and the stock of sheet
Many of these are In the best condition machinery, Assistant Fire Chief Bill Chamberswas was undoubtedly the most expensivefrom
ditl disastrous! fire on Call Street, the they will be all year. Selling when plastic was estimated at $100,000 but checking on a woods fire on the standpoint of overall cost of
County Commission, as well as Halting the fire at The they are in a good flesh will probebly would be valued at. several times that Market Road and was nearest to the buildings and merchandise destroyed.
city councils of the various Telegraph was a dramatic mean a higher quality and price, and amount today
tlF tlc f'c municipalities could feel demonstration of the effec- more net dollars to the cattleman.

tiveness of fire walls, and it is
reassured that the
u money they Good weather in moat areas has
that all commercial and
n are putting into fire-fighting hoped allowed increased activity on farms
c equipment and personnel each institutional constructionin the..., .sod gardens UirougbtouL cQl llty. .d.
v is well spent. future will take this lesson to Folks are able to get at harvesting
year hay. seed and corn and soil
t heart and insure the safety of crops

f themselves, as well as others, by preparation is underway for strawberries -
t It is not hard to imagine what and winter crops.
t would have happened in the daysof installing such walls in
compliance with modern building There is also a lot of activity on
the "bucket without i
brigade, +
I codes. It will be money well ranches where cattlemen are + { N ,, lid
benefit of modern if {y
beginning to sell some of this
Starke had been threatened spent. calves. Most cattlemen are pleasedwith x41; f

I II several generations ago by a fire prices and are beginning to think
of the magnitude and potential Radio communicationsbetween about spending some of this money to

n devastation of last Sunday's.All the cooperating improve their beef management
departments, as well as between programs.

of the time and money and personnel of the same There are. several management

frustration and volunteer effort department, proved an important practices that are important that our
factor in fighting this fire, and cattlemen should consider this time of
expended in the past few years to year. One of these is to provide ,
organize and keep in operationfire communications would doubtlessbe adequate nutrition during the late fall
departments in our small even better if all departmentsin and winter months. This is especially

towns such as Hampton Brooker, the area, whether county or Important for heifer replacementsand
city were on the same fire other young stock that are being
and Lawtey as well as the
held for sale next
Bradford County Volunteer channel frequency, and if all year.

Department paid off when departments were equipped with During late fall, most of our
called walky-talky radios another summer forages like bahia grass
they were to
supplement the efforts of the expense, to be sure but one content.begin to Of lose course protein; cattle and energy need Florida Plastics fire In 148 covered mare area but cost less than Sunday's blaze that

Starke Department which likely which would be well worth the roughage In their diet and old grass swept clean almost half a block of Call Street businesses, between- old courthouse and

would have been unable to money. can provide this. But this grass needsto Bradford County Telegraph.

contain the explosive fire once it be supplemented with a protein like .
well No summary of the fire- range cubes, liquid protein lick tanks,
was underway. of the and in many cases, an energy feed TOTHE
fighting capability area LETTERS
like should be included in .
All of the departments, would be complete without ration to insure that the young cattle .1.

including the one from Lawtey mention of the comparativelynew continue to !grow.

Correctional Institution, worked Kingsley Lake Volunteerunit

well together, filling in where which, although located six Other considerations this time of i llr
miles in another county, would be to t Dear Sir'
needed, whether with their own away year develop a good
department or not. As one fire responds like a good neighbor comprehensive herd health program. In the past few days, since Sunday's
Vaccinations for common diseases, lire I have hea rd the street
when called upon in time of need.It rumors on
chief remarked "It makes --
you deworming. and controlling external that used for
my equipment was being
is unwritten law of firemen :
an /
feel good to see the men working and internal parasites can be good / the clearing work in removing the
together like that, forgettingabout that when another departmentsends insurance against big losses from debris from the fire. It was also

petty gripes and dif out an s.o.s. in time of these problems. \ ,intimated tha t I was "getting rich". by

ferences, and joining together in emergency you go and no ,. A"> being paid for this work.
a team effort to stop a fire that questions asked, except where Brucellosis (Bangs Disease) is a This was especially disturbing to
could possibly have destroyedthe and when. problem that should be of major : me after I had spent 23 hours away
to all
concern cattlemen .
especially from work
on a purely voluntary
entire downtown area. my
Altogether, it was an those with a brood herd. We will be basis, not only helping to fight the fire
learning more about this disease
at as a volunteer fireman with the
inspiration to watch these men in cattleman's
meeting tonight Starke Fire Department, but also
In spite of blistered feet and action, and an experience boundto (Thursday Sept. 14). for improvement in our total herd ServicemanThomason directing and assisting with the cleanup -

heat of such intensity that a man generate a feeling of health program. operation as part of my job as

could stand only 15 or 20 minutes confidence in the individual Dr. Bruce Abbltt. one of our TrainingIn Chairman of the Safety Committeeand

'>f it at a time, and would have businessman and homeowner to Extension Veterlans. will discuss Incidentally,cattlemen will also Germany Co-Chairman of the Fire
suffered dangerous dehydrationin know that such unified firefighting several facets of this disease; ,His enjoy a choice steak at the meeting. Committee my duties as a memberof
presentation should make our The steak will be prepared by a select U.S. Forces Italy- Pvt. RichardW. the City Council. -
less than an hour, the men ability is at their disposal cattlemen': more aware of the committee headed by Union County Thomason son of Mr. and Mrs.

worked cheerfully, stopping onlyto when needed. problems and should provide a basis cattleman Ray Crawford. Ray has the Butch F. Thomason, Route 1, All equipment used for thlll ''work

get a new lease on their reputation for selecting and preparing Brooker. recently Evaluation was property of the City and County.I .
strength with refreshments steaks second to none in our area. .Army Training and
Program Germany. am writing this letter to Inform
served by the loyal workers of The steak supper and program is people who may have heard such
the county Volunteer Ladies \9RL q f C0 being held to encourage attendance at The program Is designed to rumors of the real truth of the matter.
Auxiliary. 1879 meetings of our Bradford-Union evaluate individual and unit I deeply resent the implications that I
atiliii Cattleman's Association. Not only is efficiency under simulated combat am profiting from a disaster that
pq this organization interested in conditional_ might have destroyed the entire
Nine fire trucks and sixty improving conditions. for cattlemen, it Thomason. an ammunition bearer central business district of Starke.

firemen joined in this super effortto GC o'I communities.Is also interested and our in our counties.youth, our with the 509th Infantry In Vicenza: If you hear such rumors I would
Ital2y. entered the In
contain a fire that Army January appreciate it it would
swept you Infnrm the
BOB O. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER .' of this year.
rumor-bearers of the actual facts.
through four businesses, .: Membership Is open to all
Publishers The private la a 1976 graduate of
several others
damaged across cattlemen or others interested in the
Aquln Jones School in
the street, and scorched Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter beef cattle industry. You can call any Gainesville. High Sincerely,

shrubbery on the east side of the at the Post Office at Starke, Fla under Act of March 3, 1879. officer: or member, or your County WllburWaten'
'Agent's Office for information about
old courthouse. It was halted at ,A the organization."The '
Subscription rate In trade area 7 per year.s4: six months.
the fire wall on the west side of '
Outside trade area: '8 Per year.e4' Six Months.. ,.
The Telegraph,saving the news '
Phone 004-8305 office make the man." .
paper plant and other stores Stark. Florida : .
I t Latin Proverb

which would possibly have beentrr..rww. .. ,' .). A chtmeleon's tongued, i* as*i long, ,,as, f,In. *body, ;! 'f ....' '_',


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I eachers at Harvard Go Out of Their way to.UciP! Students ', Football Traffic Brings Driving lln; lit. 'dtt J

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What I Ia Harvard? What .is an Ivy that virtually every student admittedwill Ambassador Andrew. Young and "'Ibustle' around the School TALT.A..ASSE&-.ootbaU' season White, tack of fporMnjMttp in
League school! How do Ivy League earn a degree. According to Russian novelist activist Alexander "Cambridge la' twice as big as always brims special driving hazards football may get lb ptayVf'ITM-oWn out
schools differ from a school like the Darla,Harvard claims that 93 percent Solzbel tayn. Even the students carry Gainesville and Iris just S minutes to driver who attend games, and one of the game, lack of it white driving
University of Florida? What tilt like of Its undergraduate student earn reputations a* the top scholar from from Boston," she exclaimed "I of the moat common Is rear-end may get a driver thrown through a
going to school with "the upper their degrees every state in the country and 4* remember looking down from the collisions from following too closely, windshield."
crust" sons and daughters of "There is pressure at Harvard, nation around the world. Harvard astronomy tower and not says the Florida Highway Patrol. Driven should stay in 11M during
t politicians and famous people? don't get me wrong" Darts For a girl from a north Florida being able to see land, 1 couldn't Records: Indicate that In 1977. heavy traffic and keep! a safe distance
t After on* year of schooling at cautioned "But I think It's more a rural county like Bradford the atmosphere believe It" following ton closely contributed to from the vehicle ahead. .If an
Harvard Darla Christopher, the first competitive pressure between could be awe-Inspiring and "lItanr times that Is a disadvantageI 14.999 accidents This Is down from Impatient driver passe you and km
t Bradford student to ever students and not applied by the faculty aria admits she can't help but get think.1 Darla said. "There Is no the previous yean, with 13.209 In 1978 to cut back Into the line of traffic be a
attend Count'* undergraduate and administration." excited at times when, a famous place to go and be alone, no matter and 17,083 in 1975. good sport and let him in. He- may
what Colonel Eldridge Beach. Patrol have a crash but at' least
j you do there's 100 other people eventually
III:: -- Darla Jean who won a bushel of honor* during a brilliant high miss the country." large part In football games and "Although normal driving i Is not a
school career at Bradford high, has returned home from Harvard University of How Is that a girl from Starke was should also be exhibited when driving sport, you win if you' Arrive'..Alive." ,
Cambridge Massachusets. with more honors y,:accepted: a given a scholarship: to motor vehicles. concluded Colonel Beach. '.,'
Darla made the Dean's list at the .iOUSIY't.e.aue school during her Harvard ,
!, freshman year with a point average for the 1977-7B school year. In k ki ,' "People think Harvard\ Just a rich BUS Class Photos, Set for Sept 19-2O ., n
i addition her Harvard Scholarship was Increased to 18,000 for her people's school but its ''not" Darla
t sophomore year. pointed out. "Friends have told me of
S; While at BUS Darla.the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Christopher of rich people's children and politician's Bradford High School has M cents sitting fee at the time< he or
d Starke, won honor that Included being named Florida's STAR student of the children who have been turned down announced that the school's ninth she Is photographed.In .
year after a statewide competition in Tallahassee, and Florida's,,Leader: of 'when they applied and the school tenth and eleventh graders will behaving addition seniors Who were' not
Tomorrow" In a competition sponsored by General Mills. really goes out of Its way to be liberal their 1978-7 Individual class photographed In the summer can
and admit people from all areas and pictures taken during school Tuesdayand have their senior portraits taken between
backgrounds" September 19 and 20. 9 aim and2 p.m.
+/a'; ,., Harvard is a professional school Its schoolmate strolls by. "1 think was perfect for them," *Each Wednesday undercuts student must pay a Thursday.September 21. Sitting fee
PPr'! "" students are pointed not towards four The part of the atmosphere she Isn't Darla chuckled, hatf-seriously. "I wasa for senior 'will be''12.
year bachelor' degree but towards 10 wild about Is the metropolitan southern girl who wasn't rich."

fir i DARLA; JEAN, CHRISTOPHERschool graduate much: of degrees the inter-student and, Darla compe-said .At, __ ., .-.6..____..................'....., ".,.,;'.-."-... ...<,11...Hc..... .' ".,.............. .-. '.....-...... ._... ,...... "' '''._' ', .... .... ....... 1

,Utlveness stems from the competition B.fi/-: : ,. \ { .\
J. provided answers some (for spots In Harvard's graduate / _' _.._' .:.....__ '

., i startling summer to break these in questions Starke. during her ate.schools The of average Law Medicine starting,.Business, ,I rwr-'I' ,'" .. .. ... ,., ., ... .... ...', ." .., ) I

Most surprising of her responses to graduates of Harvard's Business '.., 0 I
questions was her claim that a school School alone Is $26,0ooDana said,and _
like the University of Florida wouldbe that may fuel the competition among 11. CtC bwr best buy is alTO!
tougher for her, honor student that classmates.
she is,than Harvard,a school that has Pressure as well as oeneflts can '
"' become an Institution In American also come from the intellectual ,
It' and International education. environment at the Cambridge Mass FABRIC SHOPS !
"Schools like the University of university that has produced so many :
Florida are so loaded with students of the nation's leaders. Darla will live I
that they are trying to weed people In the Winthrop house next year, one
.' out." Darla said "I took a summer of her house neighbor will be (
class at UF and had a very tough time Caroline Kennedy 'and she said ,
with it." Kennedy grandchildren are seen often ..
."Teachers at HarvardJo out of m campus Congressional families Fine .. 1 1at
their way to and also frequent Harvard's grounds to qual. .
don't put pressure on their studentslike visit their children while the faculty ..1. R I
teachers at the bigger schools do.I combines with weekly guest speakersto
do think Harvard is the greatest give the campus a continual air of '
school la the country that's why I dignity( and knowledge. I
wanted to go there but f also think you
'could get just as good an education at John Kenneth Galbrelth Just low prices! I
another college. College Just dependson recently retired as a regular Harvard .
what the individual makes of I.." professor and still makes lecture L
Bradford's explained'that as one of the Nobel ,
pupil appearances prize !
Harvard doesn't adhere to the winners who teach at Harvard. In -v *
"weed out the weak" principle but Instead addition guest speaker during !r
concentrates on a demanding Darla' freshman year included network ,
admission procedure that will Insure newsman Dan Rather U.S.

I Chamber Board Finds Finance Good Shape I

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At Its monthly meeting September 7 .d U3.lIl1Wr a fund balance or *:wr,.
the Chamber of Commerce Board of The audit covering the period Feb.
t I Governors went over the annual audit 1,. 1977 to January 31. 1978 listed
statement showing receipts In the salaries of $15,310 as the largest
general fund (26,473 and payments expenditures. Collected were $7.490 In
dues; $4.500 from the city of )Starke I, .) IC""..c.c.c' ""**''"'1 and $6,500 from Bradford County. .' > I
Other municipalities contributed $60. i
2UY..x- Executive! Vice-President Bill I,
From Page 3) Wilson said the financial statement
ending July'31 showed the chamber'with
Local admittances to Bradford a bank checking balance of$1,094 Rich looking fabrics
County Hospital this week Include: and savings of $11,630 and was in
from Starke Hilda Griffith'James 'good shape." '
.-.Bell. Daisy Duncan Julie Winters, The board discussed planning a .
m WilliamMcDanleL Llllle sSUIvey.a ,' .party: for thevIJt.Ue;League,*a.,new atlow prices can .afford '
dS hiemtlerehlpsogtsluand ,
TlarkT Walter Starling '" Roy uttonal Revisions that will appear oriT1,, *Xftvi i '
.McKinney, Jerlene Common, Harold the November ballot. : )

,Smith Marlene Beatrice Smith,Scurry Barbara, May George Powell, :save now on our fine quality

Nettie Gay, Ethel Hardee and EthelThornton Former's Mutual Seta
; "James Creamer, Jr., I
Lester Randolph and Linda Wilkerson
from Lawtey; Sean Hubner and Carol Appreciation Day .
'Norton from Keystone Heights Lois .
Simons from Lake Geneva; and Farmers Mutual Exchange will behaving
Bobby' Billings from Hampton. a .Membership Appreciation '.
Day. Friday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to DOUBKNffCREPE
.on US-301 near fairgrounds
Mr. and Mrs Mark Herlong Mr. 4p.m4 All customers are invited. Company .:
and Mrs. F.V. Herlong and Mr. and representatives will be available to
of Jacksonville
Mrs W.H.Steinmeyer talk about their products. I
visited their 'mother, Mrs W.F. Refreshments will. be served.
Herlong on Sunday. ,. STITCH

S Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Myers of .. 4a I Double blister 100%
Atlanta, Alan Harrison of Fort Polyester. Machine .
W.L. Harrison ofWaycross. ,
Lauderdale -
Ca. were weekend guestsof .. ",p I wash and dfy. Still 1-47
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison and all fashionable..still 1 easy-
attended the funeral of Mrs. Robert care., 58/60" wide. Yd
'W. Harrison in Ocala on Saturday l' '

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Mrs Yancey Harris at Silver Springs. fleshy piece*. Cook the bony
Md. Sunday to Wednesday of last pieces, such M wings and .
week and then went to Fredericks' backs, for immediate use .
burg. Va. to attend the wedding of or store as cooked most
Billy Lee Graves to" Lex Raney on picked off the bone ,
Saturday, Sept. 9. i iCroyde'n

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f iypSi.v:: Starke Man Kitied in Alachua' 'l Accident' I

1 Hampton Votes In 5 Newcomers r '"* Traffic

',' I Starke businessman John Fuqua.. the owner and operator of Ford.The Ford burst Into flames upon I
In 160 out of 223 Hampton voters Rowland will each serve one )'ear Virginia Hart beat out Jane-jhtall" 86 57, wan killed In a traffic accent the Amotb service station at the Impact.
' turned out and kept the only two city replacing hells, Oennlsson and votes to 72. ,' north of Waldo early Tuesday corner of SR-16 and US-301. was Fuqua'.son John Dwayne, 33: survived :
1'I aUiIrre officials running for re-election In Greene, who had one year remaining The Hampton Concerned; Citizen's morning September 12. pronounced dead at the scene when the crash. Highway Patrol I
office, while voting in five new faces when they resigned. Council! who had fought against an Alachua's Highway Patrol answeredthe officers said the younger. Fuqua
I th t In this Tuesday's city election, which' With nine candidates vying for five expensive water system for the town, / call on the I'30 a.m. accident The apparently was thrown from' the car
Colktlonl. featured a crowded and wide-open city council seats Hampton voters made a good showing in the election, r .r patrol report says Fuqua had pulled or crawlod from It to escape death.
ballot due to the resignation of the made Curtis the Incumbent council with four of their' six choices winning off 301 and then attempted to reenterthe John Fuqua was transported to
four previous. city councilmen. chairman their top vote-getter with seats. The Citizen's Council had southbound lane when a truck Shands Teaching Hospital Gainesville .
bret| Councilman Ted Curtis and Town 103 votes. The newly elected council backed Curtis. McDaniel, Williamson, driven by William E. Baker of South where he was treated and
des< Marshal Dave Huber won re-election. chose a new chairman at last night's and Rowland (in the City Council race Carolina collided with Fuqua's 1978 released.
"I Wilma McDaniel, Lola Williamson, meeting but due to press deadlines along with losers Hank Lott for
Com Leonard Darrah and Charles Victor the Information was not available. council and Jane Hall for city clerk. 1 A ....
hallthel Rowland captured the other four Mrs. McDaniel, with 101 votes Lott received 63 votes in his bid to win The faster speed at which .
| council seats Iris Hart was elected joined Lola Williamson, who captured a council seat, which he had held pre giant tortoise can crawl Is
rim the new city clerk. 81 votes as the first councilwomen In viously, with Paul Clayton Nugent, about five yards a minute.If Ifftf' I
"Til All new Hampton officials were two years, since Evelyn Vaughn Jr., 58 votes, and Hllman K.I. it could travel five times It i
leg! sworn in at the council meeting last served. Waldron.47 votes also falling short in .* fast. It would be going it t
of U night September 13. Darrah captured another council their trys for council spots... almost' one mil
per Farmers Mutual ;
toU.ys' The water system controversy this seat, with 83 votes, and Rowland :
summer had prompted the previous nipped Wilton Ozell Hart for the fifth
L four councilman, Donald Helle, and final council seat, receiving 77 Kirchaine
,, Manager 1
votes to Hart's 70. Exchange
whlas John Allen Ernest Greene and A.C :
Dennlsson, to resign, and the wide Hampton voters made Huber the
r ballot drew a host of contenders only returning official besides Curtis,
Since councilmen and as he won the town marshal job over 'A CUT ABO'VE'Hairstyling "
Curtis were only up for reelection Allen this former marshal and challenger Ralph Will! Bo Having A Membership \ ii I:
Varnum 85 votes to 71.
I the two top vote-getters,
year McDaniel and Curtis will serve two Former City Clerk Mary Allen did Appreciation '
A year terms. Williamson Darrah, and not run for re-election and Iris Salon;>> For Men And Women Day. i'

b bit Ma: MacKay Beats ChallengeIncumbent Introducing LORAINE ALVAREZ, operator Friday September 15 I

NaSal| Offering Complete Line Of Redken Products
.. All
Customers Invited.
Be State Senator Kenneth In campaign contribution lists and 114 N Walnut : I II
locI (Buddy) MacKay carried 13 of the 16 "aggressive reporting I
I counties In District. 8 to win a second A group of trials lawyers had Ph 964-8113 Company Reps Will B0 On Hand To Talk About !
caNt term In the senate with 64 percent of targeted MacKay and another state : i,
the vote with complete but unofficial senator for defeat because of their 19th Their Products
Open Tues. Sept.
ca returns reported Wednesday after stands on some Insurance reform .
I Inch noon. measures. Wilson received Refreshments 1OAJL. P.M.
Hours 9:00.5:30: Tues Sat. -
MacKay polled 42.402 votes In approximately 70 percent of his
the 16 counties, to 24,984 for $49.000 In contributions from lawyers
with challenger Cap Wilson. many of whom were from outside the I
MacKay loot in only four small 6th District.
rural counties: Baker 1,183 to 1,389, by Wilson accused MacKay of having I
01ai 106 votes; Bradford 1,723 to 1,799, by too much Insurance Industry support. s
76 votes; Dixie 1.233 to 1.460,223 votes, Latest figures show that about 10
alt and Union 679 to 962, 281 votes. percent of MacKay's$53,000 in contributions FOOD
MacKay won In his home came from insurance
county of Marion were he polled 73 Interests.
percent of the vote, 10,924 to 3.9U9 for J 4 U W L4NpGERMANY' \
I Wilson.The Incumbent also won big In Bradford Furniture cgp
the large more populous counties of
the district lie polled 67.7 percent or FAIR BAVARIA
11,073 votes in Alachua County. Factory Burglarized
Wilson's home to 5,278 for the
challneger. In Putnam County s4iicii-t -'
MacKay polled 697 percent of the Suspects UnknownBradford : a -
.. vote, 2.716 to 1,180. -
MacKay also won In Clay 695 to 580. County Sheriff's '
Columbia 2,470 to 2,017, Gilchrist 988 authorities are searching for suspects I_ KING SIZE CALIFORNIA 'PANTY .
to 798,Hamilton 1,114 to 602 Lafayette In a Monday Sept. 11, break-In at the
IJ 898 to 680. Levy t 1,542 to 806. Nassau Bradford Furniture Factory north of ICEBERG
1I J 1.936 to \1.3BU Suwannee 1.780 to 1,121\, Starke on US-301. BR E AD HALF GALLON PIIIEj
The Sheriffs Department "
Taylor 1.444 to 913.: reports rr
J A 45-year-old Ocala native, MacKay that the factory was broken into ? ETTCE ICE
Is'a 10 year veteran of the stateHouse through a warehouse door sometime .. 20oz LOAF ,
1F J Jf Ji and Senate. Wilson 37, an un- during the night Monday with several ;
i taUIICeSllW.! -candidate for Alachua electrical tools,some snack foods anda -\'l SAVE 15' r SAVE 1SC CREAM.
County) sheriff in 1976. lives in small amount of cash stolen, .oaf
Alachua. according to Deputy Sheriff John $
vi feel that this established the fact Dempsey. The burglars reportedly ._ / 3lBargainiirt ;, 79c
that you can bean Independent person escaped 1 in the Furniture company's .
and vote your convictions, and the '67 Ford pickup truck which was HEAOI
voters will support you If they feel you found Tuesday behind the Starke fairgrounds I
are trying to do the right thing," on the north side of the city.
Ma jay tpW the Gainesville Sun In a- I nvestlgation of the case was con- '. '. ; ;,Bak rY .. s i
tell lbone;i tel"\'lew from!his homeJusfttfler .tinuing as of Wednesday. I un
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The furniture > 10
'midnight TWsdajM' company teofferinga r
A Tr rtAKi: PA.IT... 12 'RED' i
MacKay said that Wilson's backing $100\ reward for Information leading to .!tl YRtAI Ai.IFORHIA I
by a "small highly organized segment the Identification. and arrest of the BROWN'M SIMVIROLLS ,

of the Florida Bar" was evident thieves. / !AS 'p41Ate S I

PANTRY PRIDE sows-nl-stave save tee
ObituaryJuanlUB.IMnklns 0

C3 BREAD @< C 1 I
Allen and daughter Amanda of St. TWIRLS ..va.. 39 j
Petersburg,and Mrs. David M.Christopher ::' 29 I
Mrs. Juanita B Dinkins, 56, of and daughters, Tammy., and .va'tH2/79c _. | 1
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Starke daughter of the late P.M. and Amy of Waycross;'Ga.; One step-son, I LARGE CALIFORNIA '
Kcacy 'I L. Barefoot died Tuesday Freddie J. Dinkins and daughter, arr...N G'io' ... ...... (0I0NEYDEW,
afternoon Sept 12 in a Gainesville Beth, of Lakeland ; two sisters Mrs. '''' = : _._... s a a SWEET JUICY
hospital.. Inez Green of Starke, and Miss Sara I GLAZED OLYMPIC v'li CaliforniaNECTARINES
Mrs.Dinkins was a lifelong resident Barefoot of Jacksonville. MEAL KIEL S Q
of Starke, homemaker and mother, Jo"uneralservlces will be held at 3'00 DONUTS wr........_._w..
Mrs. Dinkins was a member of the p m Thursday Sept. 14 In the DeWitt .=:"
First United Methodist Church; C. Jones Chapel with Rev. George L. l rasa n I 89C tai. ,,59cSAYE uvi nap
Khem Temple No. Daughters of the Harper and Rev. Fred Yerkes A is e
Nile Jacksonville and the Khem officiating. Burial will be In Crosby EACH LB
Temple Egyptian Band. Lake Cemetery.In rig m i' a I
Mrs Dinklns is survived by her lieu of flowers the family .
husband Charles L. Dinkins; three requests that contributions be madeto BREAKSTONE :
daughters. Mrs. Harry C: Stallingsand the Shriner's Crippled Children's fMCNCH *TI* PRUNEPLUMS SALAD
children Luke Llssa, Laurl and Hospital In Greenville South BREAD DRESSING
Line of Gainesville, Mrs. Bobby R. Carolina. \

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I DOard Approves : ; Million County: tfudget i,

o-1" abed budget matter
Bradford and commissioner gaveunanimous mllJagu teof7.576 and means no tax citizens. snowed up to voice a budget : Gib Brown took time to"try county and
million final approval to !the increase. for County residents. oDlniop at the session which followed !something up that has come up L
13 county spending bill The General Fund Is balanced at regular commission meeting campaigning lately."
at budget their session.Monday September 11. $1,092,80}, up roughly "!SO.OIlO from a 'dome of the candidates have
year ago. U7,068 was budgeted for frier to the budget approval the talked about the cities getting a raw
The budget in as approved, allocate the Hospital Fund, that Is an increaseof commission gave unanimous .deal jn the budget and I want to set the
$3,074,825 county expenditures, up about 11800. The $645.208 budgeted approval to budgeting Federal record straight," Brown said. a
about $400,000 from the 1977-78 Bradford to the County Transportation 1 "The
work sheet. Trust Revenue Sharing Funds as plannedAgain budget you have Just
Fund marks an Increase of 75000. no county citizens In approved calls for the county to spent .A.
The budget 1 I.based on the property The$320,94t Fine and Forfeiture Fund attendance had questions on the $"11.141) more in the Incorporated i .
appraiser's recommended millage Is up $16.000 from 1977-78. matter. The FRS funds have been areas (Starke. Lawtev Brooker and
rate of 7,540.That figure is down from Public discussion was to be allowed budgeted! to the Road and Transportation Hampton) than you will get from I l;
last year when taxpayers paid on a during the budget session but no Trust Fund. them. .\ In revenues." 11 I

2 Arrested> in Attempted Robbery
Election workers (let deputy supervisor/ Janet Turner. SMpervinw M
SALESMEN and WOMENTake Two 5ta r k e res ids n t s h ave been Sanford_ before Dawn rr.nDV- as ne elections Nevs Flynn and deputy supervisors Judy Brown Carol MUaer and j jr r
jail- charged with aggravated was unloading.; merchandise into the Betty Ann Phillips post the return.s they are called!is U the coarthousv. r
assault and armed local Wards store A witness called
attempted robbery
the YES Test .... ,_. .., ,
after a robbery attempt Friday police to the scene and the two .LJO"'" i I
morning September 8. suspects were quickly apprehended.Scott Williams Wins ,
Carlos Ford, and Jo Alice
You are: Experienced 'In volume sale .. Goodman 18, of 30.Starke have been was hit with a I board In the
Bondable .. charged by City police In the case.The scuffle but was not serluosly Injured..
Willing to learn Financially The two suspects are jailed In Starke Demo Primary
the two attacked
police report
says with, their bond set at IS.0110.( i
responsible Looking to Improve yourself- Wards truck driver David Scott of

A self starter .. Up to a challenge .. InterestedIn Bradford County's Rep. Frank
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ii1pEi3ciiiiLP? second attempt by St. Johns County
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unhappy with your present situation. If the school teacher Tom Rivers to take

answers are YES it Is time write over the District 25 Florida House!
to In 138 W. Call St. Starke Fla. 064-5890 seat Williams has held for six years.
confidence about a career In real estate sales
with the World's Largest. Starke's Own Bakery Williams led Dial. 25 voting in all !
three counties polling 0,848 votes to

89C L t Rivers' 4243.
STROUT REALTY In his home county of Bradford II

3402 Fernandina Rd. Suite B Banana Nut Bread'........................... Williams won In all 15 precincts. 2.503
c to 1028. In Rivers' home county of I

Columbia, SC 29221 Jelly Rolls .........."....Cherry......Or...Lemon............89 Each Clay. Williams won 3.279 to 2.351. In ,,
St. Johns County where Rivers now !
lives and teaches school Williamswon I IRonnht
I 976 to 866.William. t

now faces Keystone i. -kj
Heights Republican Howard Dunn in
the Nov.general election. Dunn had
FOOD no first primary opposition. t

Williams maintain full time legislative A
offices In Starke and Orange
Park. He Is the assistant vicepresident
FAIR of Florida Title and Mortgage
Co. In Orange PArk. Thomas Nook Norman and
Jim..a", 11011 keep a close watch on the I

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downtown block surrounded Street which also cracked under the "; ) :....",.-
Walnut Jefferson, and Court streets. Intense heat. The two firemen could '
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o stream of spray directed: between Qua hose out and two small ito-tach noses
1 two walls to cut off the spreading fire. Into action to keep the first truck and ; '
tlC r +,'h ,. The fire was stopped on Court Street Koch's from catching afire L d :
tld aI It the Rehabilitation Consultant So Intense was the heat that It
tcI offices half way between Call and melted the red plastic emergency
Jefferson Streets The fire was signals and turn algnals on the fire
t already In the roof of that office but truck.
J there was a concrete wall that goes all City polkeman Lane Sibley was I II I
1 the way to the roof to aid firemen. delivering newspapers when the ,
I The fire started in the Klip 'n Kurl alarm went off. Leaving his route, I
4 Beauty Shop, spread to the American Sibley offered his help and was the !'ll Ii
Family Sound shop, then to the gun third man on the scene to fight fire. (+ II i
t shop, then to Top Dollar. A shipmentof When the second city truck arrived I
new clothes had Just been receivedby (it was sent t to Court Street to try to
Top Dollar and was ittll packed In atop the lire from that direction.
the boxes in the store room where Meanwhile, city councilman Wilbur
stacked paper and the clothe made Waters, teeing how fast the fire was [
t the hottest part of the fire and took growing, called for help from the
hours to completely extinguish.Cause county Starke Fire. Chief Eldon Sapp
of the fire is unknown, fireman say. said ha was too busy fighting the fire
I There was no evidence of foul play, to have time to call, so Waters did.
f said both fire chiefs. Bradford County Volunteer Fire
Plenty of water was also a big Chief Harry Green said he got the call
factor In stopping the raging Inferno, from the city police dispatcher at
the heat of which cracked a" glass about SC7.: Chief Green estimated the
: With ill the hydrants close to the fin In we volunteer force: In the back of, windows across Call Street and county had trucks on the scene In
the building had to go to the side of the Florida Bank for water, stretching their melted plastic radios inside Koch's about'five minutes. Two units from
:, hoM to the maximum. Drug Store. Klngsley Lake, and one each from
"It wouldn't surprise me if we Lawtey and Brooker sad a crew from The Intense beat, which melted lights on the Starke fire truck parked In Call
r pumped over 200,000 gallons of Lawtey Correctional Institution also
estimated close to I3M degrees, made a fog spray necessary for
St.and was at
water, said County Volunteer Fire answered UM. call for assistance.
I la from the
work With stream shooting
1j firemen close enough one
I : Chief Harry Green. Chief Sapp asked the county forces to
the hose.
shoots the directly on the firemen manning
left, a fireman fog spray
City Policeman Phillip Lyons first take the back end of the buildings.
spotted the fire shortly before 6 a.m. Chief Green immediately ordered
j : Sunday morning. Lyons called the four or five hoses onto the roof of the refused to allow his men into the back and Walnut Streets would probably
alarm in, then drove around the Telegraph where two separate wall, end of the Top Dollar building until have gone up In flames. ,
corner onto Court Street and with about, 'eight' Inches of space theelectrlcltywaacutolfat the power The fire wall was planned Into the
to wake up Mr. and Mrs. stop between, afforded the best chance to plant. Green said when he saw the early 195O's expansion of the Tele*
Green, who were sleeping the gun atop the eastward spread of the fire. street light on Jefferson Street go out graph. office, by former editor EL.
shop. Lyons banged on the door until The county hoses Joined Sibley and he gave his men the go ahead to go Matthews and contractor Ernest
he waked Green. The couple escaped Rhoden en the roof of the newspaper Into the burning buildings. Trlest. It had not seemed importantuntil
as the gun shop filled with dense office. Green said It was apparent to Sunday. Matthews said he hadn't
smoke him shortly after S a.m. that the five Firemen donned oxygen masks and thought about the fire wall in years
% When car pulled stores w rtf beyond saving. heavy gear. Many got blistered feet until Sunday morning.
around the corner front windowsof Firemen kept curtain of fine spray from walking on the hot floors. Three Sunday's fire Is the worst In the city
the Klip 'n Kurl beauty shop, facing directed between the two walls that passed out from exhaustion and the since the old Blanding Center which
Call Street, exploded Into the street separated the newspaper from the smoke, but recovered and continued stood between Water and Sinclair
I Lyons saw only smoke coming from. Top Dollar, keeping the flames Just a fighting! the fire. Volunteer fireman Streets, burned In 1948. The 1948 fire
i rrl ,; b'qv the beauty shop when he spotted the few inches from the newspaper officeat Robert Foster fell off the second rung; 'was bigger but the building was
4 fire. But when the door to the gun shop bay. of a ladder and twisted his knee. A Isolated.Sunday's fire threatened the
was opened and the Green's exited, So effectively did the firewall plus Lawtey man was slightly Injured entire town with most of the buildings
air let in and turned when a brick from a failing wall of the roof and
was the. shops the water being iprayed between the constructed with a common
rapidly Into a raging Inferno. two walls shield the flames that the gun shop shot across Court Street and walls.
The city fire truck turned the corner west wall of the newspaper office struck him in the knee. Damage to the former Blanding
from Walnut onto Call Street as the never got hot.NonetheIess. Firemen controlled the blaze about Center in 1948 was estimated at
beauty shop windows exploded.,.When the Telegraph office 6 a.m. but continued to fight full force 100000.
firemen Dennis Rhoden and John was cleared of valuable and historical to put out the flames until almost 9 Cooperation between the city ana
Ramsey reached the scene the heat papers, with employees and many a.m. The city kept a fire truck on the the county volunteer firemen the fire
was so Intense they had all they couldto volunteer helpers working in total scene for i3Mi hours until all flames wall, and plenty of water saved the
save the (Ire truck and keep Koch's darkness.The were put out. ', .downtown, both Sapp and Green
Drug Store from Igniting. As more town!'was dark after the elec- The fire wall at the Telegraph agreed.
plate glass windows facing Call Street .Ioeolty was cut off to keep the lines proved its value, both fire chiefs The city and county continued their
fo-lotr and co-ownrri of American Family Sound. Virgil llelken I and II exploded from the heat the fire got from spreading the fire. Chief Green repeatedly said. But for the fire wall cooperation through Tuesday until all
check the rubble for anything of value thatcould po .tbly have made It through. more air and spread rapidly. said the first county volunteer who the entire block of downtown Starke debris was completely: removed. from
Their search was futile, ai itoreowner differed devastating basic of antique The first fire hose the two laid out manned a hose Rot shocked, so he bounded by Call Court, Jefferson the site.
and Irreplaceable Items In fire .
Sunday* *
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Representative, 2nd Cone. Uist. ,
Case Onn F..A. 265 130 143 215 259 128 213 182 105 249 232 151 1R4 121'( 152 2'u'

t nether P. Wesolowski 44 36 27 26 52 15 33 27 44 51 59 1/1/ 14 14! 17 .Ili j

r, ;MICHELOB Governor 60 L>euttnant (Governor ..
LIGHT Lerov Eden arId Maria Ka 4 9 2 0 5 1 19 3 l1 0 3 34 2 0 1.

12 OZ. Bottle Bob Graham arid Wayne Mixson 58 22 25 48 52 30 18 49 69 67 47 :lB 40 26 43 I.ll,

$058 Claude Kirk Jr and Nary Singleton 18 43 9 21 13 11 61 13 10 19 19 :W 2/ 9 1CRobt'T I

O Case Shevin and Jim Glisson 135 52 59 ill 71 45 37 39 87 68 71 19 55 )9 31 f "1 .f

N Bruce Smathers and Charles Boyd 44 18 21 'JA 60 ?? ?F. la'i CO itl 26 26 9 2:1: ..4
Buy! ;Anel 'ServeBLEHD Hans Tanzler, Jr. and Manuel Argues 51 50 37 43 70 22 45 5 70 f.Q q2 3H 40 3''+ 11) .' i
Jim Williams and }betty Castor 4/1:1/ : 13 22 30 72 16 40 ..3 B2 on :JI' :W 39 21 I II. : i

Secretary of Stat
II...,..;', ., F. 73 61 55 AF. 'W 71 "iF. 110 A7 72 5159' 41 1"1 ;-

.Jim Fair 31 19 16 24 24 10 27 27 20 20 23 11 2t' 11 10Ii ;' j
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l George Firestone 39 17 14 32 34 18 29 24 49 14 29 15 22 21 p\ : t.

Jot> Lh le 6B :sZ :m ;j I 62 :n 47'Ii 61 74 19 11'< 4" p! 70 7r'. I

2ot Richard Renick 60 28 19 47 59 29 1,8 31 F; t.u 1.1 2E 1'+ JI II I" q r.
sS Attorney General
Ahn 69 19 42' 4 7 32 25 43 34 41 Ott! 52 13 !'I ::22:31: 7'-

Barr Richard 61 51 31 55 66 31 68 44 61 59 60 41 44 23"J4 1'"

'CUTTY SARK Jim Smith 162 76 80 119 174 72 121 113 212 154 1':17: 7b 127 7t! 80' "'I"t ,

Scotch '-ol1lptrol ulr

;730 5th Don Dansbv. 88 49 51 77 81 33 67 62 103 81 94 42 63 47 17 <'17':

P, (:.....n1A Lpwh 211 110 10Q 160 166 106 1170 119 :rn 199 180 113 152 fl.7 11,1.

__ State Treasurer '
"SMIRNOFF VODKA R41 1_Cunter 245 138 137 199' 245 120 197 170 288. 243 238 140 178 Ill 'J 131] ;? .7N5,

80 Don Hazelton 61 60 30 38 55 18 44 30 57 51 34 22 J7 16 2:1 '57t- i

5C91ot: :)tate :Sena: tot. th 1J1str ctJ
1(. H. f'lacka v Jr, 130 77 65 107 160 69 120 103 182 171 125 93 ill 75 1:12: 11 b7n

.1" G B Wilson 175 92 101 124 146 71 226 95 164 115 155 63 101 5 i 7 P 1,7b5

State Representative, 25th District
\ Tom 1U..__ 128 91 55 67 104 33 47 53 99 75 RI] 1R 64 26 65 1C2"

,, r BLUE CHAPEL F."n1< tH"'m.. 204 115 122 18B 227 116 219 166 266 727 21H 133 166 116 110 .. ::I J

.f LIEBFRAUMILCHREUNITE County Commissioner, District 2 .
695th, tolark_11._4A" M" 142 57 87 94 103 48 97 71 126 101 135 61 80 S3 611 2P 1.351E.

J. 5 L. Norman 151 19 56 113 135 94 75 81 136 95 183 64 82 62 71 59 .440CouS
Un' h....... "> 1 f2! ? <;7 R M QO 60 00 I'J 6:> illJ flt. ,.. ''5 7 q 'j
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te"e.. r." .. ... 111 E6 65 77 103 42 85 68 89 77 41 SO E2 3R 39 32 1,05]

,'c {01.1,.. 131 99 58 127 117 69 124 82 ,55 108 98 86 86 67 79 54 1 ,"i41

Paull. Menu 87 31 54 55 110 311 S4 69 18 105 172 4S 81 35 1,3 32 1,149
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School Board Member, District 1
fI' 5228 S th, Arthur Caskinc 244 l111 116 207 1112 'A l36 208 18 ::15 99 144 9'3 138 2.24

Vernon E. Olin 10 12' l\t. 7R 1.8 14 116 70 ,,51 R9 F.7 79 tc'1 laO 1.238

School oard embet. District J
,r Leroy. Davis 18 n 21 74 47 8 210 ,ft '1A R7 25 22 11 28 868J.

Ll 1 R Lawson 15' lt9 9B 138 184 91 40 ,10 '1Q 1 ltlo lOO 78"7 '1 6B 1.801

i LANCER'SVIN Ronnie Thomas 15L 33 54 56 99 47 18 46 00 101 65 27 69 47 8B 25 1.029

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(, Governor 6 Lieutenant Governor '; ;
,'I Jack Eckerd And Paula hawkins 1.1 9 4 6 1 5 6 5 12 6 r. 7 1 4 '6 79

{,; Lou Frey. Jr. and Peter CaDua 1 0 1 n ? 0 4 q n n '0' 2 34

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Nationally, Known '; i J.i8ts Commission: Sends ;R-I () ,

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To Present Fall Concerts' I Dispute Back To Zoning

Five IIIIUonalJy known perfomlln at'tlsta will be pi'esentln concerts and
special performances'In Starke this tall In what It reputed to be the fint visiting
artl.ts aeries to come to Starke. Hi Board for Further ActionBradford
The rift cancer will feature. Bessie Jones and the So Island Singers, w
Gordon Myel'll, a baritone, LefJnldu? Llpov y, a pianist George Button.
guitar*.rt.. "* the Howard Hanger Jazs Fantasy County commissioners The six acres on the west side of SR- 1
Bessie Jones and the Sea Island Singer will present a concert the New Monday, Sept. 11, unanimously votedto 16, going toward the prison, are already .
.Bethel Bsptis Church of StarkostSp.m. Friday evening, Sept.22. Bessie Jones send a mobile home rezoning classified RIC, allowing mobile I.
lea 76 year old grandaughter ot m slave. She 1st known throughout the South as request by Dennis and Rosha Smith homes. No change Is being requestedfor
one of the very few people who have preserved die traditional of rhythmical back to the county zoning board after that parcel.All i
hand clapping and music. The concert will feature Black music; spirituals, being accused of handing out a "dirty three residential classifications
traditional worksongs, children': music, songs and stories from the Afro .. deal to the petitioners. R1A. RiB RlC.require the same land
American heritage. area to place a home or mobile home.
.e Rosha Smith called on (the board to Only difference Is that RIC allows I
make a decision on the zoning matter mobile homes. I
School Officials Push Performances related to her property northwest of 20.0)0 square feet la the minimumarea
; Starke on SR-16 to allow mobile allowed to place a conventional '
Both superintendent Tom Casey and director of curriculum Lucille Payne ; homes In a split vote August 29 the ,house or a mobile if a septic tank is :
have worked with SFCC to bring these programs to Starke for public performances zoning board sent the matter to the used.The area can be reduced to 7.900
and special sessions at the schools. commission without a recommenda square feet If a central disposal
h ha .
Bessie Jones and\the Sea Island Singers will present in addition to the concert tion. The heated session brought system Is available.Mrs.
the board to
Friday night,a performance at the middle school Thursday, Sept. 21,beginningat arguments from a group from the .Smith appealed to than send II
9 a.m. the middle J Conerly Estates subdivision and make a decision
Joining school: audience will be fifth graders from Starke
and .Southside Elementary Bchooln, and fifth thru seventh graders from II __-4 a real estate salesmanrepresenting back to the chairman zoning E.W.board.Hodges She if

Brooker, Hampton and Lawtcy schools. The Howard Hanger Jail Fantasy will perform at the BUS auditorium the Smiths. questioned he denied that he made the statement
"We are looking forward to having the special performances. They will be Nov. ZT, at 8 whenit
Monday p.m. he would kill the request
real good for the school system and the community," said Casey He added It 'the Smiths requested that 18 acres saying
-"- to the commission. Hodges
was a good opportunity to utilize Uieaudltorlum a ace. of land across from the subdivision be got
The artists in addition to public concerts, will be presenting I workshops rezoned to allow mobile homes on made no comment Roberts saidIt
lectures and demonstration for elementary middle, and high school I half-acre tracts. Smith owns 24 acres Commissioner George
students. In the area just over two miles north- was the zoning board responsibility
west on SR-18 from US-301 In Starke. as he made the motion to send It back
for their action. Dave Shuford

Gordon Myers a robust and humorous personality, has traveled extensively Going toward the prison from seconded the motion which paused
He will present a program entitled 'Humor in Music" including bawdy Elizabethan Starke. the 18 acres on the eastside unanimously. _
ballads and Stravemky's orchestration of "Happy Birthday to You" of SR-16 are zoned RIB.The RIC Bryan asked the board If they were
This concert will be presented! In the Bradford High School auditorium I T: classification requested by Smith going to abide by the next decision: ot
Tuesday, October 3, at 8 p.m. differs only from the present RIB the zoning board. "No. we are still'
Leonidas Llpovetlkyta concert pianist, will be in concert Friday evening classification in that it would allow going to use our own judgement.;
October 13. concert will also be in the BHS auditorium. Mr. mobile homes on the property. Should answered commissioner Hazel Paulk
Llpovetsky will provide an interesting narrative In addition to illustrating his w'1l'r the zoning request be granted, the 18 Bryan reminded the board the
virtuosity on the piano. acres would hold 38 homes, or mobile resignation of Bill Wilson from the
George Britton will be In concert: Tuesday, Nov.7, at 8 p.m. In the BUS audi homes or a combination thereof. seven man board could mill result In
torium. He speaks 12 languages and has extensive knowledge of songs from Presently, mobile homes Ire barred another 3-3 tie. He asked the board In
many cultures. from the area by the RIB classi study the present zoning and look al
The Howard Hanger Jazz Fantasy will present a concert Monday evening, fication. the area before the next meeting
Nov.27, at 8 p.m..In the BUS auditorium.
Each of these presentation is free of charge and open to the public. d k:
In addition to these concerts, Santa Fe Community College has made
arrangements for these artists to spend a day In Bradford County. They will be ,.
presenting special workshops, lectures and demonstrations for elementary
middle, and high school students.They will also be appearing area prisons. -* v
The Fall Festival of the Performing Arts receives funding from the Fine Arts ,;Wl
Council of Florida and the National ndowment for the Arts to fund this portion' The tint filmed presidential press conference took place
of the Program. In addition to the program scheduled for the Bradford County Pianist Leonidas Llpovetsky will Baritone Gordon Myers will In 1955. f
Area, several artists will be performing in the Alachua County area and at be In concert Friday Oct. 13.at 8 p.m. present Humor In Music October :3 In
Santa Fe Community College Starke Center Office. In the BUS auditorium. the BUS auditorium.. I.I


I County to Appeal Yawn's Ruling Courthouse, r' /*.< 4 "I I

converting Into office space a storage '
w 5 5Capable
Bradford County commissioners room on the northwest corner of the .
Monday after directing attorney first floor of the courthouse, reassign t I
Dudley Hardy to file an appeal to the ing the space on the second floor now t
Injunction Issued by Circuit Judge being used rent free by the Parole and
Theron Yawn prohibiting the Probation Office, providing space in \l. :
commission from allocating space on the old courthouse, renting office _
the second floor of the courthouse
space from private owners, renting Conservative '
which has been allotted to the court office space In the state owned office
system, put an end to 10 years of rent building on US-301 south and ,
free space to the Parole and removing the zoning office, from the
Probation office. Court's deposition room and the adjoining J
space originally assigned to +
Hardy told the board he was sure the state attorney. .
the commission's position was The only action taken by the board i
,eorrect. "He added Judgd. Yawn said( ? .,f-,was to turn oyer.the confterehcecfoofr nriaiiH 1 >
this was a case of first Impression In adjoining the Parole office to either ;j
Florida (cases cited from other)ursi- state agency that wanted It. No "
dictions) and the county could take mention was made of other
opportunity to appeal his decision. suggestions. Following the morning
Hardy was asked to bring the county's meeting agreement was reached for
position to the State Association of the Parole Office to rent the remaining I
County Commissioners for its office space (less the conferenceroom
assistance In the If they would Y
appeal. ), for 5.50 per; : square foot on a
not assist permission was given to secure one year lease with a two year option _
additional legal expertise. House of
Clerk Gib Brown said all office Representatives
Following a tour of a conferenceroom space rented from the county, as soil I r... r
Joining the Parole and conservation is the same $3.50 per "We have got to have relief,"State Parole and Probation supervisor District Republican ,
Probation office by representatives of square foot. Brown did not know how Gene Whltworth tolls, the Jim Bloodworth surveys the General Election Nov. 7,1978Attention
the Public Defenders Office and State Attorney Us office.
many square feet would be used by conference: room adjoining,
office it decided to let county commissioners, Monday
Attorney's was Parole and Probation. j
Clark it PM Pnec II -...-. .pad/p by Ed Drops,
SA investigator Wiley use as Assistant State Attorney Len Gsorgp rr..rr.r
an office Register vacated the grand jury action. State Attorney
witness room Sept. 5 In compliancewith worth on hand for the meeting said i
Assistant Public Defender Gary a permanent injunction Issued by Register's comment had "merit. I
Dunham said his staff for this area Judge Yawn. The injunction was Whltworth told the board he,,had to f fI
I (two attorneys, one secretary and one Judge Yawn's reply to county's re- have space and warned "If I have to Square Dancers
to court I have the law 1 Iin my
I investigator) were severely over- sponse to his temporary restraining go "
crowded in a Gainesville office. order Issued July 10. In the move last favor. will a declaratory'judgment :
Attorney Jesse Wolbert said he will week, Register moved In with you hit both ways.,*said'
have available space at his downtown assistant state. attorney Tom Elwell Whitworth.
office when he moves to a new loca- while Clark moved downstairs to the t
tions and offered It rent free for 30 copying room between the clerk's In other action, the board-: ; :
days to the PD. Dunham agreed to office and the coffee room. Agreed to obligate 'IOOOO.half of = : .We AreHaving .:. :";
accept the rent free offer for a month Commissioner Hazel Paulk said she the amount needed to match $20.000 ; t
while checking for other rental space. was concerned about a statement pledged by Amtrak to put crossingarms i" : :.; \ ,
i made by Register that "county at the railroad crossing at .
The county by law must provide commissioners are not concerned Market Road if the city puts'up the I
both the PD and SA with space In the about the taxpayer's dollars, they are other half. DOT representative J.T .
courthouse or pay for office space and only concerned about personal Carver said the city, had been A ;
all ancillary services elsewhere. political expediency. If they were approached for their share but had re- ,
concerned about the taxpayers dollar fused saying they did not\ have. the I t
Judge Yawn in his Injunction they wouldn't have given space rent funds.Agreed to study'movl g ,RJEvoting ii i
mentioned space could be made available free to the Parole and Probation office "
to either the SA or PD by for 10 years." precinct back to that spot after ;
Register said it was not a personal the general election on a,'request by ] SquareDance ,
R.G. Heastie. :
attack, but directed against board
Car Tag Thief'Discovered J A

.nny 0 rip;, ear- B. Q 1 :

Starke police have broken open a '
car tag sticker theft case that >IS FAMILY NIGHT :
involved courthouse maintenanceman. :e";
Guy Hammond 22. of Starke ,t ,,, -. 5:00TiI Closing CLEARANCE. :

documents.who' was charged with theft of 7 i .... j

Four missing car tag stickers had
been reported last spring to / Selection : I
We A Nice OfShoesDressesCrinolines
Have ,
Tallahassee by County Tax CollectorJ.R. : ,I..
Kelly, but Kelly had no Idea that
they had been stolen, according to And
police Investigations. : :t
Starke police became Involve when ,1 ..
Philip Lyons stopped David Ledger, Square Dance Accessories ;)
19. of Starke, for a traffic violation STEAKSPECIAL : aF.
and upon filing of the citation found "
that Ledger's tag was not registered. I/ !( :;;;

Questioned Investigators.of revealed Ledger by Hammon Starke : 25 % Off, ., I ,, .,

had been purchased from

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Further Investigation revealed that lllMOIIieO STIM MKI POTATO j- SAUl H F.
Carl Hamm of Pleasant Grove had y
also an Invalid tag from -EAT 01 TAKEOUT .
and Ledger :
and Hamm '
were charged with possession of 1M s WRLD 8
stolen documents. Hammond had retained 3 .
the remaining two stolen tags. onng .
State police Investigator Sherwood '"' -- I
Guymilion assisted Starke Investigators /2ea//it ear- & \": 249' Blanding Orange Park Brian Hamilton 204-3838 >

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Thank goodness for Marvin Tyson Teams Play Even boot the ball from near his 10 yard line
and DM strong. aide of the BUS Before the door-die drive the on the first varsity football play of I his. II I
offensive line. Tornadoes had played even football life. The freshman calmly kicked a 37 I
Say It seven times, Seven times In a with the Wildcat, but poor field, yard spiral to dispel any thoughts of
row Tyson carried the ball behind position had thwarted scoring oppoiTtunities nervousness. ,
strong side block on the Mine play to and a missed extra point I;, t
gain the last 56 yards (of a M yard made It look like Baker County would Tiger Scene First
fourth quarter scoring: march that win the traditional battle for this first Baker used its second: possession to With a hole ripped! wide open In front of him Marvin Tight end Ronald Mathews Ne. II, tackle Fred Weeds I
pushed Bradford out of a seemingly time ever. Jump ahead In the game they so badly Tyson plows Into the endsone with just 11 second left In No.7a,guard Allea Scott No.74,renter Marcus Cruee and I
hopeless situation Into its 31st consecutive Both teams were halted quickly on wanted to win. With stiaved-headed the game to give BUS Its 1J-7 victory over. aster'sVViMr.t. running back Marty Chastaia. No. K: applied the Hecks (
victory over Baker County their first possessions as (they felt seniors leading the way the Wildcats: ..... that tread Tu_,am.
High, 13-7 Friday night In Macclenny. each other out early in the season took advantage of a damaging .r
with an out-of-town. Bradford opener. After Bradford stalled ninth Tornado penalty to drive 81 yards for -series the 'Cats looked stopped On a gave the Wildcats a first down at the bounds giving the Tornadoes
County contingent roaring vocal grade punter Scott Allen came In to the g -ahead scores Twice during the second down play from the Bradford BUS 27.The possession at their 40. On third and
support every step of the way the County 45 Baker quarterback Gordon Wildcats broke off two big plays five Bradford quarterback Jeffrey
Tornadoes put together the six Crews lost the ball on a veer play but to close In on the end zone Crews hit Norman split Baker's defense on a 'I
minute,13 play drive that erased a 7-6 lRIf1L PARK the pigskin hopped back into his arms halfback Curtis Stoutamlre on a veer play and raced 23 yards to the 1
deficit when Tyson rammed in from In the ensuing scramble. Two plays swing pass on second down that went Wildcat 32. A couple plays later ;
the five with Just 14 ticks left on the later on a third and one play Baker for 14 yards before Jenkins could Norman tried his first pass of the ?
clock. I I i fullback Eugene Greene was smacked catch the'cat runner. On the next play game but the slotback screen to I
All 13 plays on tile march were runs down Inches short of the first down Green went off right flua rd and ripped Marty Chastain fell incomplete. On a :
with Tyson lugging the ball 10 times 4, marker by BUS linebacker Isaiah off 12 more yards to the 2. Crews then fourth and four run Chastain got I
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for 07 yards in the scries.The swivel Jenkins on that apparently sneaked In and Robert Holllngs added everything he needed but the last 10
hipped halfback was spectacular in ended the Wildcat threat After the the extra point to give Baker County a Inches as the Tornado drive ended at .
the fourth quarter, bouncing off ex- play Bradford was confused as to 7.0 lead with 2:20. to, go In the first the Baker 23.yard line. ;
hausted Macclenny tackier like a .whether Baker was going to punt or period. The Wildcats again burned Brad- '
pinball. not and with both defensive and punt ford on a swing pass to get some I'
"The last seven runs by Tyson were return players on the field the Bradford Drive Stalls breathing room but their success was
all Isolation plays to the .t.rona.ld.," Tornadoes were flagged for a too BHS tried to answer the score after s!
Tornado Head Coach David Hurse many men on the field penalty that JlolUngs kickoff squirted out of ,...more football on 2B
said afterwards,. "They were overplaying -
us to the split end tide wherewe f
scored our first touchdown so we
Just kept going the other way" 2 ? ..
"They gave it to us so Wit just kept vr1 West Nassau Conies To Starke f
taking It," Tyson gasped, moment ?,
after his game-winning/ score had
erupted the nerve-wracked BUS sideline
Into celebration. I f tI TwoBradford's I

end Tackle-guard Ronald Mathews Allen Scott were and instrumental tight- r FridayFor Game

on the isolation plays as they r I
continually ripped holes in the Baker Tornadoes go for win '"Just like about everybody else we Nassau could confuse the young
defense for Tyson to run through."On number two Friday night Sept. 15. at play they'll be bigger than we are BUS defense' with their multiple set I
the isolation play we just knock Bradford Stadium against class AA across both lines said Defensive offense. Hurse said the Warriors ran
people off the line of scrimmage and Callahan West Nassau. Coach Mike Sexton as he looked ahead out of 16 different formations In their
let Marvin pick his hole. We give him Kickoff time is 8 p.m. for the game to fo"rlcJay"aame. "We'll have to use win over KH's Indians. \
the ball deep enough in the backfleld that matches the two 1-0 teams in the our quickness and execute well to beat
that he gets a good 1 look at tile line and first football meeting ever betweenthe them," Defensively WN plays a five men ;(
Marvin is great at picking out holes," IitJt"J -sX1 schools. down two linebacker setup most of :
explained BUS Offensive Line Coach I i'Ati West Nassau is a power in the 2A The Warriors' biggest offensive the time.They are experienced across i>
Bob Hancock. "Our young linemendid The Scoreboard tells the story as the TCII"IIadle.vellleIleN after the BUS. ranks but there is nothing small about weapon Is tailback Adam Browning, a the front five and are big. Senior end ;
a super job on that last drive. They Baker game With no time left Bradford was a 13-7 winner and Macelitnny was its football team and they are long on 189 pound cutback artist who rushed Bruce Travis IBS. calls signals/ and '.
really snowed their: character." beaten for the consecutive time In the rivalry. talent too. for almost l.soo yards as a junior Is the leader of the Warrior defense.
when WN went 82. Browning Is on The opposite end Gerald Wright. ISO. .r

;t ,..,, .., -....... major college recruiting lists all over is called "quick and tough" by BHS>>
the country. lie twisted an ankle early scouts. The tackles are 220 pound Joe
In WN's 23-0 win over Keystone last Green and a 185 pounder while No. :93
weekend but still rushed for 109 yards Ronnie Crawford. 170. Is billed as a
and should be closer to top form this quick pursuing noseguard. The i
week. Browning wears jersey No. 20. Nassau linebackers weigh 180 and 170. !'

2.10 pound tackle Bud Mlddloton and Senior cornerback Harvy Pearce I,
., lb3lw< f ""v 173 pound tackle Bryan, Bowen lead ISO, is the leader of the WN secondary,
according to the scouting report. 6
the Warrior offensive line. The, BHS
2, 4r k > +'a Y scouting report says Bowen (fires off Safety Greg Mitchell reportedly a
S ec the ball especially well. The quick back and a sure tackler v
,. 81 'te9\ 'and-, 170 wh! Ie"the 'WestNas{au has fine, baltclubv -"I 1
-- '""ten1erl1 f { t7pouAdetBradr'! ;! "" 'w fitmv'''satd '"W 'U ihave-rw play

scouts report the Nassau linemen are Improved; football. I really believewe
II have to play better than Jast
"hitters who doq'tlet\ up," "
'< to beat this team.

t"4 ,, t aiv er"+ "16 Joining/ Browning In the. backfield "3A..2'01' tA It doesn't matter us

v'. f."r+ i ,{ ti will be fullback Wade Williams No. 43 far as our secondary goes" said
hard defensive backfield coach Mike
a runner and tall quarterback ,
lion Paxton. Paxton Is called a "good Hartley in reference to the 2A ,
a '! tit medium range passer." His favorite Warriors:"If they get behind us we're
receiver Is No. 43 Drew Sauls: That In trouble. We've spent this week .
combination hooked up for a 29 yard emphasizing that we have to be just as '
scoring pass on a post route In the WN alert and ready to Rlay as we were
toyou! : opener. The warriors like to set up against Macclenny.The : .
their passes with play-action fakes to rest of the coaches agreed with
k r 4s< Paxton extra time to find his Tornadoes aren't mentally ready for r\
,., receivers.A Telegraph reporter at the West Nassau they could come out on i
WN Keystone same said Paxton can' the short end of the score. BUS '
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Coaches Pleased With Tornadoes Win Opener...from IBshortlived. I

I I Green was UM recipient tried to sweep his right end but
"t. : I on!the pass play that went for 10 yards Mosley rammed him down for a one
"Way We Came Back95All and a tint down. But two plays later yard less. On second and 11 Green

I the drive was halted when tornado gain get tile call with BUS
r 4t defensive end Mark Moaley shook free. sophomore middle guard Kevin
the coaches were pleased with the gam*.wi had thought Macdenny 'Ib to sack Crews for an U yard loss. Reddish and end rred Woods stacking
the 1J-7 outcome) at last week's game might rua a few plays eut of the 'run S The teams did Utile damage during Mm up at the line of scrimmage. With
1' but UM offensive coaches had specialpralaa and shoot'''at fame and prepared for It. ?2- the remainder of the half Bradford .leas than. seven minutes to go Crewsdropped
for their troop after watching Sure enough.. they MM It and we were f toughened on the swing pass and held back to pass but Mosley
UM M yard scoring drive. ."..dy. Baker completely at bay before Intermission shoved his blacker back! into the tall
I "That drive showed what.... were Crews put the ball hi the air Baker quarterback and Reddish
made ef." Offensive Une Coach Bob "We had a real geed "defensive three times In the test twe Minutes ef snMdMired him far a six yard loss.
Hancock aM In reference t. the effort," MM. Defensive. Ceortfaatar the half as Baker tried to pad their Crews' ensuing punt was allowed to
Tornado frost "It was one of UMMM Mike Sexton "KevktR.dldlab' and lead but the Tornade secondary was Ml!aft she way to the Tornado six and
now or never situations! and our young Danny Hildehran .had ettstandftnggames equal to the task. Crews went back to with teas than six minutes to go and all
kid "We didn't do what we hope..4. ., our awe guard. astd Kevin really. successful before and completed! it to goal llae Bradford's. chances of
In the first half control played& the position well. Green but this time Big Red corner avoiding" a first-ever back to Baker
keep their defense en thee; "M... Maaley played real well atone back Dale Rogers read the play perfectly County otlll looked ..Iim.T. .
Hancock noted, "but > *"-IYe..1II the game far us and took Green off his feet after
and better In the second half. SlarcUK and eur sfereng aide linebacker Isaiah :a two yard gain. Crews then went ...*....Charge
Cruce is the only offensive lineman Jenkins was M'OUIICIIhe ball all night deep to Ilia on aecond That ia when Tyson and company
with any real came experience but a long" Sexto said. The defensive Tornadoes Tammy Jones Jobs)Vallaskl.. Morns Cruee. Marty e........N.. third down from u Baker 42 but tight went to work iD.teat. ef the screaming
win like the one over Macclenny .la mentor also said be was pleased with 22, Dang Reddish and Frank Swindell celebrate the 13-7 Bradford win ever 'coverage by Donald Reddish and BHS rooting. acts.... Behind blocks
going to do a lot for the other the play of sapksmere tackle Frank Baker but weekead.Tomorrow Isaiah Jenkins stopped the plays fromgcott. Mathews. center Marcus
linemen". Swindell and said defensive tackle night the Tornadoes play host to Callahan-West Nassau as they go "We didn't change our bask! Ctvce tackle Beamy Morris and
"We overcame a lot of adversity Fred Woods came areuad after a slow. after their second win. ., the yotwg ..... defense to stop those swing passes," .Wood whe tame en to replace
Heach Coach David Hurse stated start to"play.nke.. fata old self."Sexton Tornado Secondary Coach Mike Merria dwtag the. last M yards of the
after the opening game win "1 also cited leek Sutherland. for good Hartley 'explained afterwards, "W. drw.'Ifr*** shtftarad, and crunched
couldn't be more pleased with the outcome play at tack*. just covered the plays better Dale lour MrtH ..,.. 1g,'7 10;!.f. ., S. and 8
of course but I'm even more Secondary Coach Mike Hartley said was taking a little toe deep to dreg> yarw hater* hMf five yard TD run.
pleased with the way we came back to event ear ssmsisnry dM a better early In the game but we Ift..etlllh" On .4rv. Nenrnan ran a keeper
win.". lob/ of pass coverage than we did..the nand he took that pass away from bottler yards beuncinc the ball on
"Our young linemen made some jamboree but Macdemy didn't. lest. the Maecienny turf I but having it pop
mistakes In the game but they did an us much aa some teams. wtll. We did! Bradford ran out the clock on the back .oa Into his hands: Reddish
excellent Job on that last drive and show we could play paaa defense last play of the half to go to the locker bulled fir three on a belly play and
Tyson gave us a super effort," Hurse though and I don't think teams will room down 70. Norman converted a crucial third and
added. come: out and try to pick on our The Tornado staff had a messagefor inches play with a two yard sneak
Hurse also credited Scott Allen's secondary after this (jam ." the players In the cramped visitors, After the Tornadoes took the lead
punting for keeping the Tornadoes out "Donald Reddish and Dwayne dressing! room. for the first time in the game Baker
of trouble and said Allen's handling ofa Cummings_ our defensive backs .. had time fer just one more play and
wide snap from center on one punt of the week," Hartley revealed, ,'. CendkhniagPays Off Kevin' Reddish ended the 'game by
"kept us alive." "Donald did real good job on the J "We told them the second: half and limiting Stoutamire to 10 yards on a
Not to be lost In post-game conversions corners for us and Dwayne came up ---'J. especially the fourth quarter was pass 4mpietto' from Crews.
was the work of the BHS with the ewe I big plays the pass. interception Marvin Tys a> follows center Marcus Crane tackle Fred Weeds No. ".. and ours" Hurse explained, "We knew we After the busier went off Bradford
defense, which held Macclenny to 110 and. the tackle that caused a fullback DeBg Reddish, No. 1Z. across the goal tine en the lint Tornado touchdown were in better condition than fans exploded. onto the field while the
yards rushing for the contest. fumble. When Dwayne's in there he against Maeden.,. Tyson bulled In from three yards away for the third Macclenny was." Tornadoes sjaiwded the walls of their
The defense did a great job for .us makes eur secondary better and be quarter SCOTS th.t. cut the. Wildcat I lead ..,... Marvin Tyson certainly seemed to dressing room shouting in' unison
Friday"Nurse exclaimed"I thought gives the other players mere be In better condition than the Wildcats "State! State! State!" Allen Scott
Coach Sexton and Coach Hartley did a confidence because they! knew he's trying to tackle him. Alter wandered about the field breathlesslyable
good job of netting us ready to. play back there with them." rushing for :36 yarda in UM first half to say only '*.5 yards 65 yards I
the tireless speedster slashed for 115 can't believe we did it," and Tyson
4. in toe second half to finish with 151 congratulations from a

I Tornado Girl Volleyballers Open ; r yards.Tyson's. effectiveness showed early steady Across stream the field of fans.Baker1 County'splayers

In the last half as BHS punched the coaches and fans stood in a
Playing "more like a team than we Terri! Thomas and Venda Brown and the girls have worked so hard they. ball Into the enoeone on a M yard hopeless silence,. it had happened
have in the past" a short-handed freshmen Hope Jackson and Tracy deserve it." s drive that followed the second half again.
group of BHS girl volleyball playerahave Hankersen round eut the learn. 1j \::, !1 kickoff. Tyson carried the ball six .
been working out since August. 21 "The girls' .Interest. to high," Coach :.' 5 times on the nine play series, finally ..........LeadersTyson's
In preparation for their 1978-7S homo Harvey reverts,"I'm plsaaed with the j ; ., I v.- '" ?d scoring on a three yard jaunt off left ', performance wall of
opener against Santa Fe. hard work they've ia. We're II7S-7S BUS VOLLEYBALL ....nt. A 30 yard run by Doug Reddish course, the most noteworthy His 15
Inez Harvey! starting her fourti year running tarewsfe spkeg. SCHEDULE '.'. on a sweep was a key play in the yard, twe touchdown night was one of
as BHS volleyball coach says the blackhsg: anal. '.11'! eVlEevorydayaiSalso drive.The TD cut the gap to 0-7 and it the I best first game performances by IA

small iv-girl team she has working have worked en eur serving game ._.it "i1 i*..*:.*I.*., 1 1I .... stayed that way when Marcus Grace's back In north FUridtt.. The senior
out under her direction is "melding and are much farther along In that ......1. 0........... t lam" "' r extra point kick sailed wide right carried 24 times for a 6.3 yard per
together and playing as a team more area HUM we've been at Hue time in ......', u.mtM4)pl ) ..M...... / attempt average
than we did fast year and the years the past .. .M P.*. Y..... tam. + Cummings Hits Hard Reddish and Norman' both had
before that."Six return from lastseason's ......ar .n.a ,.....
girls Looking ahead at the schedule The bitter rivals traded punts and credible running performances. Doug
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S-8 team. Including three Harvey said Santa Fe Gainesville Oct If ,.11.A.......... 1 fmOellt then exchanged turnovers after the hauled the ball 13 times for 79 yards
starters High P.K. Verge and Gainesville M.ccl...Hiv ...41..... BHS score After both teams had and an Impressive 6.1 yards per carry
Senior Lady Tornadoes on the Buchholz Oct II ... UCMWI l..... BHS
figure to be the toughest ,,. punted once safety Dwayne average. Norman picked up 31 yardson
Oct 14 P4itka
volleyball squad are Terri! Parrlsh, teams on the Lady Tornado schedule. Oct.14 M..ccl4 Miy lAdm.t+... Cummings stepped In front of Greento nine carries from quarterback. '
Cecilia Infonle Sandra Barnes and "We could have a good team this N4V.14 I OI trlctTMirMm4iitN4V pick off a Crews pass at midfield On the flip side Kevin Reddish.
Marian Ktttman. juniors Janice ." the coach summed N.u.r 'a..l_"'_".",.,, cf.f. The Tornadoes then the ball Jenkins Hildebran. Woods
Jockel and Janice Berry sophomore hope up just ." ...._1 T__...... coed .
the community get behind us. N...I' i .!.!.TcwMfntiitMacclenny up on a fumble at 40. Cummings Donald Reddish. .and
The 'Cats didn't keep possession for Mosley led the defense
long On a first a nd 10 from the BHS 42 Leading tacklers for the game were
I Sweeps RMC Crews hit Stoutamire In the middle for K. Reddish with nine primary stops
Tourney nine yards but Cummings separated two behind the line of scrimmage.
Stoutamlre from the ball with a Jenkins Hildebran. with six
The ltfacclenny Crackers" came held this past weekend at the RMC I'rounaauonii. The,"Ml:. Coaches tooK tackle .
jolting and linebacker. Danny' primary tackles andyydwdaw'itb Caun.Mosley .
away with first place honors and field in Lake Butler third in U. aU-day'Saturday event', David '
'Starke Firestone finished second Bradford lle 4 Coach Hnrse Hildebran pounced on the ball for tied RedcllatN'11h two tackle*
I tslx-leam Reception'and"MedicalCenter ; in a All proceeds from-tbi'rarnamenlt' with RMC! Iruna.t""JaJld"Jayceea'an.PRndlno'slteam: : and.the accept .'"(, oniMthll.tar"' ..Ml.halie. Bradford. -?... ,. .behind the line of scrimmage. Hilde-
benefit softball tournament sponsored by the RMC Jaycees went out teams after another win over Baker County. From his 45 Norman went back for bran shared the defensive front man of
rounding the field. .
towards the Muscular Dystrophy The MVP ,award llurse's teams have. never lost to the what was to be his second and last the game award with Reddish ,with
Starke was shared by Wildcats, pass of the game.Chastain had busted Defensive Coach Mike Sexton laudinu/(
Flrestoru' J.J.Wheeler who into the open behind the Wildcat Danny for "doing an outstanding jot,
The Law Offices Of batted st.a ,648 1 pace.t.and Cracker but .
shortstop Andrew Foster who secondary a strong Macclenny of handling our defense on the field
played rush decked Norman forcing him to The linebacker calls
signals for
/flawless defense and l whipped the
FSP Officer throw the ball Tornado
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ChargedWith away.A
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Other big bats in the tourney yard veer run by Doug Reddish Cummings and Donald Reddish
Firestone's Calvin were Grand moved BHS Into Baker territory as shared the coaches: defensive back , Have Been Relocated To .730 and RMC Coaches Varnes,12-for-16: and at TheftFormer the third quarter ended but twe mere the week award. Secondary Coach
Gene .Raulerson. and players John runs by Reddish and one by Norman Mike Hartley said Reddish "did a fine
Hancock .500. Florida Sate Prison officer netted only live yards and Allen had to Job playing the corner for us while*
206 S. Water St. Starke, The Cracker Ventf undefeated in LeonardCun,mLnge,27, of Starke had punt the ball away with less than 10 Cummings solidified our secondary
the tournament,whipping Firestone been charged with grand theft in a minutes to '0. and made two big playa Intercepting

Effective 15- 4 in the championship game. Firestone case that reportedly had him taking fumble.the pass" and then causing the. .
absorbed!uietp first loss to the money; to I buy marijuana for a Baker Eats Time
Monday t 18. If 78 Crackers also, losing an eight-Inning prisoner and then keeping the cash. Baker chewed up precious seconds Not to be forgotten is Scott Allen
heartbreaker State Investigator twice who punted for a 32 yard average with'
10-8 ,Attorney Wiley as they converted for first
V .. Clark said the charge states that downs. On a second; and eight play his high kicks negating Baker's" return-
while employed by the prison Green hit off guard and popped outside game.
NEW ARRIVAL Cummings took $679 from the motherof for 14 yards to the home team's ills I1AKKH:

a FSP prisoner'' ,on the promise that 33. Two plays later Marvin Farmer PmtOiwm.. Ant.-ttrtt.U 241 7LIIp'iKline '
he would buy: pot for the inmate. ripped off 25 yards on an up the a.u..v.r.. 4SP
Prisoner Kenneth Moffitt complainedthat middle burst that gave the 'Cats .C"L"ftL, .,.. ef1
SPECIAL he never received the pot and another first down inside the BHS 40. __.. .__ .1. ''Sf
that his mother Clara Dixon of The Tornado defense that seemed .aum..awr.._.1.0' sae H .rt.eel,r.t :
Daytona Beach, was ripped off. ready to crack snapped back. Green la :'
Cummings was'dismissed from the tot

prison after,the time of the alleged .
crime He released from after
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boy and girl distance runners BIIS girls! are Just aver'tn*' minimum I t ** * * ** ** ** ** * *, *, '

from BHS are putting In "five to six" but their boy counterparts/ ,are eve! <
miles of roadwork a day to ready fewer Ceramic Claw '' \
The themselves for the upcoming high, Just three runners are worUMB:/ out Ceramic classes wl reopen on Monday Sept. II, from 7-,' p.m. ami I
H school croes country season. ," with the boy's team which Is ago n Wednesday, Sept. 13 from ..m. until 12 noon. Classes are held ta theOld *
Six of the harriers are girls and coached by MeJba'i, husband t Graver Armory. There i* no charge for the class, only a charge for your supplies and I
those ends will make up the Lady Howard head boy's cross country firing Instructor In LUlie Ann John For more Information, call the N
i Tornado crocs country team under the coach Bradford High for the last Recreation Dept., 964-C792. !
,1 r{ direction: of Melba Howard who is seven yean.Seniors "
Bench + directing the BUS CC team for the) Cindy Griffith, Tamara Flag Feotbatt For Y4>uth*
fourth .IM.A team needs at toast Etherldge and Freda Fay Registration for Flag Football for boys and girls, ages 6 lit grade) through
With I 4Budd nveninrMrslAscoreina meet to the loin Juniors\ Judy Hankersott McDougald and 15 will begin Tuesday, Sept. II, through Friday, Sept 15. Register at the Old
Valerie Chandler and freshman Armory from 8:30: a.m. 5:30: p.m. or Pratt Street Center from 3 p.m. .A p.m.
w; Nn,,' Loper on the girl squad. Griffith Lynn (preferably the-Center; Monday through Friday. There Is no charge to play '
Callings finished sixth! In the state meet a only a fee for a T-shirt which your child will get to keep. Ago divisions are t
ago with her year tentatively Betas follows: ft-9 yr.olds, 10-12( yr. olds and 13-15 yr. old. Information "
personal best
. . . minutes second for the two mile 11 sheets will be handed out when you register. If you have any questions call '

girU. distance.'Cindy's the Roe. Dept 9844793. I

BlttOpposjesU Break/ Evea going said 11 minutes .1's"
FUture t ?fdo gridiron opponents went\ 4-1 in the first weekend of high this year." 'That would 's+

tenoojfootball. but the Aaa the schedule won In Impressive fashion. put her" In the top three or four In UM ;Punt; Pass & Kick Reg. Set
District SAAA favorite ilL a. ripped 4A Jacksonville Englewood .-!% state. ,
r n !ynlSiht-T"* Yellow Jackets rolled up 369 yard of offense and heralded Seniors Johnny Tatum and Donald ,
Brazel scored twice. ,Wilson join junior Ted Saroons on the Punt Pass and Kick competition Is this year, or not have their 14th birth
GalBMvllle Eiittlde dominated Ocala Forest (both future Tornado Tornado boy team Justaround the corner, and the Starke day ,before the end of the this year, ,
opponents) 22-0 with lacekicker'DeJa Van Wle booting three fleldgoals and "Our goal Is Just to 1m out a team of Recreation Department announcesinterested and each age group will compete only : I
attempting two more from outside 50 yards. BuekhoU Will abe an any winner, w live by the end of this west;" Grover that registration for 8-13 year olds against children their own age. I!
cwbWng Lake Weir 284. aid before a practice session," Even in competing will continue '
Wet Nassau Friday night's horns opponent,wore down Keystone 23-0. t If we don't have enough to run as a through Sept 29. from 8:30 a.m. to soled There will be no fee only rubber-
First week who will face Big Red later in the year an Ocala Vanguard. team the guy will( ,' ''run as 530: p.m. weekdays. athletic shoes are allowed and. ,
a 22-40 victim to North Marlon; Clay County which was clubed 40-11 by SantaLI' individuals" :, Local competition for the annual 1st 2nd, and 3rd place trophies will be I'
Fe and Palatka S1" loner "There are athletes In'the In Clinics will be announced ala
'a to Ta'"lhM' Leon. Bradford' tenth opponent, school event, sponsored Starke by '
Oak. lad the weekend off that could run with us but I don't know TerwiUegar Ford, will begin Sept. SO, later date.
if they will be out I lust don't, know" with eight year olds beginning at 9 \'
Three of Top Four 3A Club Toppled Grover continued:, '"This 'is> such a a.m. and each age group continuing at Dr. Joel F. KatzPODIATIIST
Pre-eason high school football polls are educated guestes at best and that grueling sport the kid on (the team 30 minute Interval. I
showed !last weekend when three of the top four ,,3A preseason pick. were will run so miles a week.",., The future gridiron stars can
knocked off in their first time out. register at the old armory from B:30 to
Defending state champ and No. 1 ranked Bartow Was edged by Mulberry 22- 1.7..,.Boys Ii Girl" 5-30: ,or at Pratt St. Recreation Center FOOT SPECIALIST ;I
21,No.2 ranked Ferry-Taylor County was beaten 21-13 byCairo, Georgia, and CrwsCwmtrjr Schedule from 2:30 to S. Competition will be -------------
No. 4 ranked Haloes City' was topped by Klsslmmee 18-6. Third ranked Delray held on Pratt St field
Beach Atlantic crushed Jupiter 33-0,and has moved to No. 1 this week. .......n e..I.Mt t.. Children eligible for the event must 4001 Newberry Road
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Note On The Bns Maedea.y Game 0.1,1 snAmmum,,, 4... Building D Suite 111 ;
-The Tornado secondary, shredded In the jamboree, was much more effective Oct:: ruotm' ,11 1N
against Maccl..my.: Wildcat quarterback Gordon Crews connected five act L..I.v.
on ,
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of nine passes but three of his completions were screen pas_. Of four tosses eat If P.PIIjIM........11. ) .4t4t... ( Gainesville,> Florida \
Into the Bu deep secondary Crews completed only one while Tornado safety eet1e.I.R.N l ( > I... "
Dwayae Cummin;* Intercepted another and the other two were well covered. Oct..a, lf.MPU.litv.MM. L& LOSERSTh. Phone3733077 !
Cummfngs' return from Cindy Griffith 4 DIMrtct
!an upper arm injury has solidified the Bradford N-. '
'secondary i .IF RNWNev. longest winning -
-It sounded like an old steam locomotive roaring through a Baker County streak in baseball history ';ltid-F; ; The- ii- :
tunnel during Bradford's six minute fourth quarter drive to the endzone ", ." n JBrooker' .r. occurred b.tw..n Sept. 7 and I
Friday night.A standing room crowd along the visitors sidelines joined with the Sept. 30.1916 wh.n the N.w''' Page Listing I I
Tornado bench to give deafening approval to the Tornado march Town Council'T ring York National League team
Bradford's punt return game stood out like a sore thumb In Friday night's won 26 games in a row. Under Podiatrists. i
game. The Tornado returners let the ball bounce inside the 20 on punts three .
times and once bobble.a return and lost 10 yards on the return.
The BHs (offense was given the ball inside the five twice and inside its 20 two ToPutFireDept' Together
more times after"Baker-County punts. The Tornadoes won despite this ,
Inefficiency last week; they might not be.o lucky In the future.
"Blame me for that,"Coach liurse said later''We need to work a lot more on Brooker's Town Council tried to put upcoming water system, project Low
our punt return game and it will get better." together the pieces'of' the town's bidder was an Ocala firm with their
unsettled volunteer fire departmentat bid at m,790.IIO'' being tentatively
Pigskin Pick Its Monday September 11 meeting. accepted '
One of the best bets of the week Is Florida S..... over Oklahoma State in The fire-fightink force has sufferedtwo The council said their next move onthe
Tallahassee The Seminole will unveil their newly renovated stadium for an changes in its leadership In recent renovation will be to set up an
expected record crowd of rabid FSU rooters for this one. times. It was most recently shaken up' appointment with' the: Farmer and
Florida's Galen won't have It so easy In Orlando'Tangerine Bowl Saturday. when newly appointed Fire Chief Dealers Bank of ,Lake Butler to FRIED CHICKEN
UF opens against SMU and have a feeling the pass-happy Mustangs will find Gene Raulerton announced he was, further discuss 'loan pia III. Still to be
the Gator's weak secondary much to their liking. I'm. Gator alumni and hate leaving Brooker' to move' ) to Lake') discussed are collateral and payment '
to say it but I call 'em like I see 'em and I call the Gators losers. MI.mllooka Butler where tie is employed. arrangements etc.! Project Engineer 236S.Templo 964-5858
like a I loser too.Colorado is a rough place to start the season especially since the Raulerson has resigned the fire chief Jerome Pierce suggested the council .
Buffaloes already have a win under their belt. post. > arrange a loan o( $25,79080 plus 10 Starke
Missouri good! for one giant up et s year and ilnce the Tiger stunned Notre Councilman C.J. ,Stalnaker percent for contingincy: and the ,
D.mel..1 week Alabama should! go to 2-0 Saturday when they visit Columbia. accepted the position of interim Fire council members agreed to ask .for ,
Another colsega baggy has Penn State visiting Ohio Mtatc. The Lions have. Chief, "until a suitable Fire Chief can that amount "
been less than dominating in wins over Temple and Rutgers. If Penn be found." Stalnaker said he hoped to WMercaao1fUnle.
State can only score two touchdowns against Rutgers they might not score at hold a meeting of .volunteer:firemen f ,
"UF&F1.w layeli :rew IMt is and other interested citizens tonight\ <"A new water cut-of/(ordinance was
l :> '1("" the,Buckeyes flrstouting of the season. ,
Ohio State"Mhiyjplcki r b'" ,,r? i in: .;,, 'elmrmtiVt,'1q'sntl ', -' \\imtm"* atbllisnathaBrodun, U..fj ghNng > Raulerson Complained JftatIhe J'l
lItf btW Change force. 7 i/ i __n'. system of cutting1! off wafer
A Georgia Tech game," Saturday in the Jackets' disappointing 28-10 loss to Duke. Tech Sports Pierce was fired by the Council after /' "' ';;
Information Director Rob Halvaks said Sewell blocked welt and caught an eight charges that he wasn't cooperating The newi ordiriallC'l llIf all
yard pass on\ a hook pattern in the middle. with the Town's leaden. Raulerson delinquent water bills tit cbme before \ Z6
Donnie Is a senior) starter at tight end for Georgia Tech. and reportedly has was then hired to lead. the Fire the Town Council! tilt review before _
been listed high on pro scouting lists. Department 'I .I J jl , Sophomore offensive guard Jimmy Clark of Starke is on the 90 man University son' specific complaint (centered .
of Florida roster that will go to Orlando Saturday to play SMU. Clark will WalerBd.Opeae4 around a confused situation'In which,
see reserve duty behinoTtUartlng guards Mark Midden and Gary Lenard. Last In other action Monday the council his brother Gene's water.,Vas. cut off
year he started guard! for the Gator,jy' opened sealed bids on the town's before It needed''&0-be." I -FRIED CHICKEN THE

Georgia Law; ffectingFloridtllJ1 hersTo WAY IT OUGHT TO BE.

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Local hunters and fishermen are Applicants will be.! chosen nf licenses
Invited to attend a' public' meeting through random computer selection I 964-5858".J I
Court ,' in"' the' Baker., and the license will only be valid for
County dealing with State the county and season specified" according -
law No. 43-301-1, Georgia specifically to Br
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r' pertaining to the hunting rights of ntkl". '
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Floridian In .
Rep. George Cray has been named The 179 huntingieasA'1 is not Chicken LunchSpecial
,, Chairman of the"Select; Sub- affected by the-lets ')l twever,;local .
I Committee on Hunting License: hunters are Indeed.Interested,, In the
Reciprocity and baa"expre..ed a upcoming law. Now Is1\ the;chance to
desire to aid all local hunters In the do something about'IV.according to
act of getting 'law' NOt 45-301-1 spokesman Jimmy'towtry..owner of <.;
rescinded."r" Lowery Building 'S/ upply. in :. ;
"The law, which doesn't go into Macclenny. ".' .,' Hi
t effect until 1979. will have a direct 2 Pieces Chicken ,.'ct.
1 bearing on the number of Florida
hunters visiting Georgia during the Everyone'' Interested Tn rescinding 40z.Salad 9 9" '
hunting season," said Colonel Robert the stated law above;:please attend Hot
Brantley, executive director of the the meeting Tuesday Sept 19. in the Buttered Roll

Commission Game and Fresh" Water' '-. Fish voice Baker In County the matter.Courthouse., and have a Ad Good Mon. Thru'Wed. Sept. 18 19. 20Ilriiig i:I

"With a quota of 100, nonresident
Bradford's Blake Dyal directs traffic for the Lake Butler Bengal defense In hunting licenses to be issued per
the Pop Warner jamboree last weekend. Dyal and four other local boys are county, many Florida sportsmen: are
playing with the Union County midget team because,Bradford has no midget concerned about the possibility of not -, I"
club being able to utilize hunting leases Your Friend* Ami \

All the area Pop Warner teams will open the regular season this Saturday.Bradford's they have had for years with our
northern neighbor Brantley. went on i
"i, to state. '
On Our :
"Under the law, starting.July 1, >
Pop Warner 1979 all nonresident big game :,
"I licenses will be sold only by application ; Giant ,4 ft. ,ScreenKwday
through the Atlanta'office of ', i
Football Teams Open -' the Georgia Deportment-of Natural
_,1 / .& Resources and each license ''must lLO': .,.t).. t ,
specify, the and season In, CI'VUf\: .
Fresh off last weekend's Jamboree, Orange Park Bel-Med. Middleburg, big county,1s \\ Qfjo '
which game .to.be hunted.
and Green Cove.
Bradford County's Pop
tuneup ''
Kwday Night football -- ,
_ Warner football teams will open the J.f : sv'rw.

regular season Saturday, September .Date. Jr.PeeWee. o# Iftenwon Football"-'sa'c j.:- 7 r
U5.\\ Open MYlONilACAWLCO ; ;Saturday f;
9-23 at GC ,DisWetkOllr ,
lii Saturday's tlnoff games the 00 AtMMd.1M Other Special: Spirts EventsSporli (lwodd 8: at.Bowl O.m..:M,
Bradford Pee Wee Cowboys will play <. KII-II S; .K
at Bel-Med and the local Jr. Midgets' fact v*.'V f'f atKH tf" ter .... LI Sp INK SpecialsCNaiipionshIp
will battle Orange Park at the Orange 10-21 OP1H10W -B ,

Park teem has field.the EC's day off Junior while the Pee hand-*ee 11-4 < ., |;,01"3-11(..r.. Open 899) :. FINbtov'' ,,;: '; AP BEER-Bl Tfc' Ki Pitcher \ ?

full of Bradford! County boys who are '11.11 BM-II f idtLligkt.>,.,t1S1"
playing in the midget division for the (, ....SE DlIJlKS :_(Mixedr in
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Lake Butler Bengali will play .at PeeWee -" M.Midget .. 1..: ies: ra 4 ;,,:
Middleburg Saturday. atBM StOP .
action ,atKH atKHalLB .j.. '- '" % \, -i k
In last weekend's jamboree a'i' i". ( DURING GAMES & FIGHTS
the Bradford County teams put In .' .3". at Mid... 1.ebaflte > ii.
encouranglng preseason bowing .Mldd-ll, ; V*' ,/ ** '.* '' OP-ll .dLe..NgANewt_eMifwll wi' + .'
at BM
against teams from Keystone open o.-.1Hw. l I
Heights. The PeWees and Jr. GC-II GC-II J'rs. 1 .
Midgets played toC-0 ties while the Jr. LB-II KH-ll -
PeeWees came out\ on the short end of alMUd, Open INN.UACHCOMER.MAYAN. c. ,
a 27.0 core. OP-H OP-H :
The tentative 1978 schedules for the A chicken dinner Is scheduled for ISLANDER ae/tCM ISLAND toooeTMEAStWE IHH' b .MaAk"CJ'tA: ', .&: {,f,
three area "team follow (Hhoraegame the October 7, homeatand and homecoming SHERATON" OAYTONAIHHOHUHttHl 'I ",
). Bradford' teams will play- festivities are being plartned 't! p.nxr _,.,,....11..." .,......'... rums.. : Of Starke JJUnI
IIOOI IH UtO 0n. u.S. sat N. ae4-7 oo ,4
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\; Dates U remember /: "I" ; Congress. Viewers are Invited to room TT- -i;:

Tuesday, Sept 19, at 7:30, the first 23 to tee Laura Carcla's "Magic ,
y, PTA meeting of the new school year In couraged to 0Qclock pick up their children moved in or out of Title I else.., .All Garden" Jay Hayes iind Theresa
:9 the school cafetorlum. by 12 that day and take moves are anticipated to be made McCollum are serving as library I _
,) \' 20, school them to the parade or they an invitedto during the third week of school assistants for the first six week,
4 plcturesnwbe of all students walk with the class. and help the Southside's first emergency _
and staff starting at 1:30 a.m. Preschool teacher with supervision. A letter will evacuation drill on Thursday Sept 7, 4 ,
'J children may be brought at a be sent home before this event. was accomplished In the record time ,', fwta, YV1,"
parent's convenience and they will beworked The Southside student enrollment of one minute fifteen seconds lba.r ,..rj
t I In as time permits has increased from 898 students on The Physical Education Department
Plans are getting underway for opening day to the present total of 643. under Jim Lewis and Kathy .r
I the 1971 annual Halloween Carnival. Teachers. are in the process of giving Metzler is currently doing/ about two 4
our staff members sign up for the the Evanston Screening Test to all weeks of testing in the third fourth K
booths they wish to sponsor The date kindergarten students to determine and fifth grades (ages 9 through 13)ofthe ;
i for this much-looked-for event will be which children need TIUe I American Alliance of Health, 1 a
Saturday Oct. 28, from S to 9 p.m. at assistance. Those children who need Physical Education and RecreationAAPHER
:I the Southside School basketball court Title assistance will be moved Into a ( ) tests. Winners will be
room within one week's time. This noted at a later date.
!I area.October will be the date for testing will necessitate moving quite a Good citizens to start the year In ,
i Southside'a sixth annual trip to see the number of children as called for. Mrs. Vicki Heals third grade room "t 1r
I homecoming parade.This trip by S.S. Parents who wish to see their are Bart Neighbors Eric Noegel t
I School started In 1973 allows all student's CTBS score may do so by Shannon Abrams, Cassle Autry andBn .
I students to watch the high school's coming by the office. Southside Is In Bishop, T'v .,.ki ,
parade either with their room or with the process this week of giving CTBS Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade _j .' tiIN 4
their parents. Parents are en- reading tests. Some students will be has been engaged In a unique project
allied to health and art with relation to
f the subject of growth. Each child has i .i'iI _
cut his name from various'colors of
B HOW TO FACEYOIRREfRIGERATOR. construction paper with each letter a _
different color.That child then tells on AwardStarke
the poster what that color means and City Receives Pedestrian Saftey
how It has been Important or had .

meaning to them as they have grown Police Chief Jimmy Bowen accepts: Ue ItTT Pedestrian Safety
They make a most stunning dI.playfor '. Citation from Hampton Dunn, vlce: -presldent of ,the Peninsula Motor Club
their room, and at the same time
n has called each child's (AAA,
the effort ; I
e P j attention to their growth and T. "Ii1'J:1iI'' : Starke earned the award for Its achievement In the prevention of pedestrian! .

\ u awareness Mrs. Verna of the Schmidt's world around first grade them ?.;i; 1 fatalities and Injuries. The citation Is one of:330 top citations to be presented by
AAA clubs: across the Country .
class most enthusiastic about 3
t was More than 2,600 cities and Z* states participated la the AAA survey which
their initial visit to the school media
evaluates and recogniies outstanding pedestrian safety achievements of the
} 6. Mrs. Frank JacksonIs
center on Sept
participating communities for the previous calendar: year.
You don't have to It Burney Winkler, media specialist, New Custodian 'still
give Despite the positive efforts of Starke and ether cities, pedestrians
If '.. the cold shoulder Just explained library rules and Southside Elementary School has a account for nearly one-fifth of all traffic: fatalities In the country: according to
; bacauM you're trying to n procedures to them. Each child then new Head Custodian this year the Dunn.
chose book and checked it out to
&losewngln.Wellshowyouhow. a first one since Kyler Cohen left in
'I take home. They may keep their 1973. During the years of 1973-78 there
y outsmart it.and stall books for as long( as a week but the have been custodians filling/ the Job Brooker Newsby
children who finish their work earlyare '
'p enjoy delicious food left by Kyler, however none have
I.dlpartofourown able to use the library daily if they shown the leadership capabilities
I, .l Behavior Modihubon wish. needed for this position. Jeanette Prescott: WEDISESDAY Chicken salad on
method.specially dangned Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth grade Phone 485-1713 lettuce leaf, fruit cup.. siring beans,
d welcomes Eric Lane Janice Wells Frank Jackson HI has recently
lor us by world-renowned Officers for the school cinnamon rolls, milk.THURSDAY :
safety patrol
Marcus Thornton andMisty been
Ted Lane promoted from half-time Hamburger steaks
behavioral pcychologist.Or Baldwin their class and custodian after were selected, Friday, September 8.
to to serving two in
years with on mashed potatoes
Richard\ B Sluart. Michelle gravy
/ They are Captain Stllwell
Southside School. The class Is that capacity to full time Head turnip greens, corn bread. ,milk
So a Weight "
join Lieutenant Don ,Green, Sergeant
their of the Stone Custodian in
Watchers meeting todAy. enjoying study Age, charge of the custodial Carol Fussell. ,yellow cake with topping. "
1 Then youTl b.able to 1 lac* in Social Studies The students are program including close supervisionof The Students at Brooker FRIDAY- Corn dogs and baked
!k busy painting pictures and making other custodians employed at
refrigerator. School will hold beans, tossed salad applesauce pie
iii your tools and weapons representative of Southside. Frank is off to an out- Elementary an biscuit, milk
And row-U. Election and Elect the
start and his
early cave man. standing through help
In Ms Phyllis Goldberg's fifth and that of a his fellow custodians the Council today (Thursday Sept. 14).
grade several students made perfect school plant Is looking very nice.
scores on their math and spelling tests Frank 1s a native of Starke, where his Brooker Baptist Church: Methodist Youth
WDGHTWATCHEIIS of the first week. Perfect scores in mother now lives Ha is 30 years old A Bike-A-Thon to sponsor Home
earned Ritchie He worked Missions will be held by Brooker
spelling were by Over- and single. in St ActivitiesA
street, Richard O'Steen Laura Petersburg and Miami before Baptist Church next Saturday Sept.
Garcia, Monica Maslowski and Helen returning to Starke in 1973 where he 23 The riders will leave Brooker
The Authority; : Rivers. Math honors go to Ritchie started work for the Bradford County Baptist Church at 9 am. to ride third group of Methodist youth
around Dedan If
Overstreet, Richard O'Steen Erika School sy.ternID 1973.LUNCH Loop. you have a
and ride met for the' first time last Sunday
bicycle can't in the Bike-A-
Gruen, Jay Hayes Jeff Sherman and
Mrs Carolyn Eaves is the counselor
Thon they can borrow it
6S&& YOU'RE THIS CLOSE:TO LOSING WEIGHT Mike Chappell. Tom Watson began a I call Rev. Markham at phone 4851875. for the new group which Is made up of
To Join, Just Come To A Meeting. series of research' reports with one MENU; If are asked to of the seventh graders Carmen Eaves was
For More Information Call Toll Free 1-800-342-9168 about Ritchie Labor Day' This was followedby ,Sept 18-2Z riders you, please do so sponsor as it's for any a very elected president, Marla Darley vice-.
REC. 'CENTER Overstreet's Edgar Rice l'tIONDAV.'ICom dogs,. tossed good cause. Thank You. president and Christy Johns was
.. Burroughs; Eddy Hall's Marquis de salad, applesauce, peanut cookie, elected as secretary treasurer, The
PRATT St: MONDAY, 7p.m.MW4T Lafayette; Richard O'Steen's Jane biscuit milk. group will meet each Sunday evening
.. ...........IMO&UM 'OftMm._......Of ..,............. Adams; Jeff Sherman.'*:John Cabot; TUESDAVChicken, and noodles Personals: from six to seven thirty, in the,
oom_"_ 11tG..NM..1..T,HI. niOHT HMTCMM INTIMUTKWAt, IIX and Laura Garcia s First Continental Mr. and Mrs Paul Prescott and
Fellowship Hall of the First United'
butter and
'it peanut jelly sandwich, Johnny visited their mother, Mrs '
buttered peas, jello with fruit, milk Nellie Pringle, and other relatives in Methodist Church,
WEDNESDAY Bologna cup, Lakeland over the Labor Day
macaroni and cheese turnip greens, weekend, Sept. 24. When they Doug Reddish and Pat ,Mundort'captained
I peach cobbler, hot rolls, milk. returned home Monday. Sept. 4. they two teams,pf the 'older1
'.- .vest fashion :news I .TML-RSUA-Yui tl.aliagna.g rdcn visited Mr.and Mrs Clifton Polk also.r youth Sunday evening In a softball
1 f salad fruit cup; hot rolls, milk.. their two daughters: Wanda and game: The' Mundorf leant wctfl! th*
3 PIECE JR JR: PRINTDRESS I f'RIDVHamburger on bun Kathy and their families In Starke. game with a score of eighteen to sixteen
i lettuce, tomato, pickle, ,potato tots, Johnny Prescott, with the help of Pitching for the Reddish team
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Cotton. Solid skirt dress with reverse. r after school They birthday runs and Scott Polk and John
and vest set, with isle vest. Wine."'"1 Q 88 DAY'Profeulonal s cake punch, and wised him many Denmark one' home run each. Kevin
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assorted colors. .19 88 ." .{ .. Paul and Johnny Prescott went Mundorf one on the Mundorf team
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The Hampton Senior Citizens Club In Atlanta where they attended the Welcome Back: Band, Program 'crisp WEDNESOAYSt.w.roll milk. beef
Amway Reunion While there
plans a meeting on Friday::t Sept 19, also attended an Atlanta Braves they Michael Woodfin to again teaching mashed pot.8toe11t. tarcl greens,
from M p-m. at the Qty fuw..,.. baseball game at the Atlanta Third grade students were happy to Band to Interested sixth and seventh applesauce: corn read, milk.
These meetings provide a great Stadium. have their teacher Mrs Arisen Rich, grade students Quite a large group nIURBDAYCbeetaeburaer on
method of relaxation sort enjoynwnt! They enjoyed the entertainmentand In their classroom. Modayi I Mrs.Rich turned out forxJh: first class on bun lettuce tomato pickle; french
several underwent surgery recently so bee ands Irt par, milk.
good meals''at the Omni
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Complex They also visited presence : was delayed. Mrs. Tp with macaroni
Approximately. 15 Bradford County ground Atlanta. It was thrilling Under-for Margaret Wadsworth did a fine Job of' Mrs. Carole Stevenson and peanut butter sandwich, green limas
H.lplJi C.ndystrlpera and them managing the classroom In her t tomato wedge pears milk.
to dine
sponsors at the Peachtree Inn In absence, ,however Principal Connie Clark met on
the weekend Candystrlpers the revolving. restaurant In the and school: all the students Tuelday evening, Sept. 8, with PTA Meeting
Convention personnel are happy to
held so
Hotel Jn at the Contemporary<< highest building In Atlanta. have Mrs. Rich among them again.. Interested parents of seventh grade The first meeting of the school: year
Dlaney World.
-itudenta. Goals class rules and will be held the
Mrs. by Hampton
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Mrs Susie Lott pleased to be
transported Wendi NewStMleatsEnrolling Iticbagai
'CUrriculum explained. CTBS PTA
Doll were Elementary today Thursday,
and Lloyd.her Waters Barbara Carter as new students, at ,student results were also given to Sept. 14) at 7:30: p.m. in the school Ask
Slade to,daughter the Lisa and Kelly Hampton Elementary School during Mrs. Mabel Sanders is again parents attending cafeteria.
They returned Convention on Friday. the past two weeks are; Shirley! Paul volunteering her time and talents In LUNCH MENU" Principal Connie Clark met with ?
Sunday evening and Timm and Jack conducting: PTA and Halloween Carnival officers: '
having enjoyed the attractions of Shannon Cheryl special reading classes at SepL toss Charley k
World Norman. and Kelly Shealy thalCbooi. The teachers and students MONDAYMeat on Sept. S to make plans for this
Disney along with lectures. sauce with
I moved from this the end of are happy and meeting.
away area
Candystripers grateful for her,kind: Lasagna, cole slaw
Information 'transplants last week assistance tool! french bread milk. green beans. Parents will be able to meet E.
on kidney teachers who do so much, for their P14
and various nursing fields; such as children. It la hoped these efforts areappreciated
pediatrics: intensive care, operating ....... Obituaries ana there will be a good Johns
room procedures: and other
Clarence B. ,70Clarence attendance at this Important meeting.
Busby Dill
related. subjects.: hood Sr..II i Plans for a Halloween Carnival will
Reunions : B Busby 70, who lived on William W. (Bill) Hood Sr., 63. of be discussed: at this time providing About This
Little Lake Bedford died Saturday JehaFaqiiay.SY Camp died Question:
Mr. and Wednesday sufficient parent Interest Is shown.
Mrs Griffin
Wesley spentan morning Sept. 9, ,at his home afternoon
week In John Fuquay 57, of Starke was Sept S in SL Vincent's
enjoyable Mississippi following a heart attack killed Tuesday morning In an auto Hospital>> In Jacksonville of Slide Presentation
when they. attended the 30th reunion 01Nettle' Born January 13. 1908. In Center mobile accident on US-301 north of complications following a heart "My Homeowner Policy
class at Kilmichael High Point. Ala., Mr. Busby moved here Waldo near the Alachua-Bradford: attack Father Eugene Watrin was cover unscheduled pertonal
School there. last November from Hollywood Fla. County line. Born April Z2, 1913: In Hamilton. Introduced by his cousin, Francis '
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin also attendedthe He was a retired carpenter Born Sept 7. 1921. In Monticello Montana Mr.Hood had lived here for Meng, on Sept S to Mrs. Ernestine property to 50 ,
Griffin Reunion at Winona, Miss. .Survivors include his wife Dorothy Mr. Fuquay moved to this area over :21 years moving here from Gainesville Denmark and her sixth grade percent of the dwelling
where e they renewed acquaintanceswith D. Busby; a daughter, Mrs. Betty R. 28 years ago. He was owner operator where he had lived for six students and to Mrs Carole Stevensonand Insurance. However it
relatives Before ,returning Pennington of Hollywood, Fla; a son of the Starke Amoco Service: Station Mr. Hood was chief forester for the her seventh graders. only cover all jewelryand
home.they attended the Breazeale John B. Busby of Middleburg; a at US-301 and SR-16 an Army veteran State of Florida at Camp Blanding. He Father Watrin who has been doing firs to$500 total for
Reunion at Eupora and visited with brother Paul C. Busby of Key Largo.A of WW-a and of the Baptist faith was an Army veteran a member of missionary work In India and Nepal add
Nettie's relatives. They had mOlt for the 32 showed &theft. Should we a
a memorial service was held Survivors Include two daughters: St Mark's Episcopal Church in past years
enjoyable time seeing so many Tuesday afternoon Sept. 12, in the Mrs. Shirley Ann Rocksund of Crest- Starke, a member of the Starke Interesting slides of life In this part of scheduled personal
friends and relatives on the same trip. Community Church at Keystone view and Mrs. Ruby Faye Blanchard Rotary Club and a member of the the world. The students showed great property' endorsement
The community will miss seeing Heights with the pastor Rev:Thomas 'oIliouma.-:; four sons: John D Society of American Foretell Interest during the presentation and to Individually cover
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wragg who P. Poeton, officiating Arrangementswere James L. and Charles M. Fuquay all Survivors Include his wife Mrs. took an Intelligent part in the discussion these expensive items?** '
recently moved to St. Petersbuig to made by DeWItt C. Jones of Starke, and Robert E. Fuquay of ..Virginia B. Hood of Camp Standing; ,which followed
be near needed medical care.: 'They Funeral Home Jacksonville Beach; one brother. .".two sons, William W. hood, Jr. of Happy Birthday VJOH
will be back occasionally though to' Jack of Wilmington Del and E.
Fuquay Monticello; two Richard .. Kindergartner Beck! Nugent Charley
visit their daughter and family Mr. sisters: Mrs.Lou of Hood of Erie. Penn.
Knight MontlceUo and five
and Mrs. Michael Brunettl, Cliff and grandchildren celebrated her 5th birthday on Sept.
Mike. :: ::;::'::::::::: ::::::::':': :::::::::>.::>.:::':::: :.: and Mrs. Emma Butner of Sanford 11. AGENCY
f and four grandchildren. Happy Birthday also to Allen
Hampton bake News t; Card Of, Thanks : Funeral services are scheduled at A graveside commits! service was Varaes who was loon Sept 111! 131 S. WALNUT ST.
On Tuesday evening Father Watrin 11 a.m.tomorrow (Friday.Sept IS) In held Saturday afternoon Sept. t. Second: grader Eugene Hello celebrated
offered Mass at the Francis Meng 'r.-hm A ;m- the DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev.. his 7th birthday on Sept. 13. PHONE 964.5070
home with family members at- Chapel with Rev. William C. Lovell John M. Flynn officiating DeWitt C. Happy Birthday to the fourth grade +
.tending. A former student Subarna Words alone cannot express the officiating. Burial will be in Crosby Jones Funeral Home was in charge of teacher, Miss Seville, who celebratedon
!;5MaIakar, who now works In GalnesMviUe heartfelt gratitude and love we feel at Lake Cemetery. arrangements. Sept. 14.
: folloWing' graduation from the this time for the many people who .
University of Florida, was also have helped us through our recent
present with his new bride also from lOBg. #*w* *;* **
Nepal. They all enjoyed seeing the We thank each of you for the ,*
slides Father Watrin presented from beautiful flowers cards. .food, f SERVICE .Ml 1
India and Nepal. telephone calls, visits, and the many : r
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng' and Mr., other generous acts of kindness. Ills a' * ** *.*.*. '*s Summer4"WJ'
and Mrs. Francis Meng took Father great blessing to have all of you as, *
Watrin to the Jacksonville Airport on friends. Rewe Participating
Wednesday. He boarded Delta Jet The family'of In!Navy: Exercises.
for Cincinnati: where he planned to Walter M. King.
visit his mother and other relatives oaONO Navy Maintenance Technician
before returning to Nepal: Fireman Gary L. Rowe son of Olan
Father' Eugene L. Watrin, SJ We wish to express our deepest Rowe and Doris E. SummerUn of 403
,visited his cousins, Francis and Paul gratitude to all our friends and St. Clair and Route 1, Box 272Br
I Meng and families Sept 57. The neighbors for flowers, food cards respectively Starke is participating ,
cousins spent their boyhood days in and memorials sent at the time of the In the major NATO exercises: "Bold ,
i Dayton and Toledo Ohio. loss of our husband father and Guard 78" and Northern Wedding
'.Father Watrin has spent the past 32 grandfather Robert "Bob" Shannon. '78" In northern Europe.He .
I as a missionary" in India and
t years Nepal. He recently acquired- A special thanks to North Florida is assigned to the tank landing I
Master's Degree In Guidance and Regional Hospital Staff Dr. Kramer ship USS Harlan Countr' homeported
Counseling,at, Loyola University In Bro. Ben Bryant and the Archer at little Creek Amphibious[
Tanner Funeral Home. Jt is such a Base Norfolk.,Va.
Chicago..u: ," '?I',) 'Reknlon'tOA .. .".. comfort to kn.ow so many people share.
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daughter:! Angela, spent the weekend Robert"Bob"Shannon August 1V76. ''tr: < \. 1_ __ Talk
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by Elisabeth Walker -- - - ". \.1 V, Meeting... Friday 748; Tarrying e ,.
Phone /.aelt3'Deli fit. Service, Sunday School 10:30.: 11:30
I ( Each Horn MlMlon. i.OO; p.m. YPCW. rTt v
Chapter IM OES wlU meet "Each Greater All**, Chapel. A.M.E.Church .
ThW'lday'sept. 14. T p.m. In the'Masonic : : The Senior rehearses Sat
Hall on Brownie Street. AU "' : : before the list and third Sunday. r t"r
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;,' Family Rcunloni The descendants Worship
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I of Robert and, Kocell Franklin Sr. a.m. twill
The Men's Day Activity will be held
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.. Each Sunday: October t, all members are
ton. at the home of Horace and Sally : to .
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oldest of ten surviving children
of Mrs. the annex of the church. The, 4
conducted a revival meeting that was
chairman Mrs.Chandler plans Informative "
} attended by the Franklins, Houatons held meet and .
Cyatha programs 5 I
families from
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The Howardii from Immokalee, then : : : at. the ladle are Invited to attend.Ml -
:",. Thomas family from fort Lauderdale day.m."r' ....; Plsgah. A.M.E. Chared. Sunday Lii: .
the Hendersons from Merrltt : and School 10 a.m. Morning Worship II "w 1 T'-'
Croup: with Rev. Frank W. Jones
Inland and two Franklin families from a.m. pastorof
,Houston Texan. meet at New St. James A.M.E. Church. .
This was Indeed a very great 743.; Jacksonville.. "The Day of Revels- Church of Cod Schedules Gospel Puppet
blessing to have such a wonderful and \tion" will be observed. Our special
occasion, There were 35 family m. guest will be the ArvlUa SportmenClub
members p kitchen. of Jacksonville. The Gospel Puppets W Mr. iii.' Mrs. Wilbur Thrash .(Taensta, will have a
present. "Kids Krusaae-theStarke Church God at 422 N.84. ("IaW.K tlmrsda}
Family Kminloai Deacon and Mrs. \ Sunday The ladles of Mt. Plsgah will have
Dean of 1.111 Grove Street were hostato are : service. charge 01 the afternoon program with Uim tuneay Sept. I-I7. .
: The Kraueto win feature the ministries Mr.sad Mrs.Tarawa.They makeresat
their family reunion Labor Day. t the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority as
: special The contest .1.and visual' teaching aids f their own crealleai.InchiaM
Families attending were the Slocum,, guests. baby
Browne Hankernons 7'30: CIld winner will be announced during the will be Willie an unruly worm, a glass tee-tlurwKll. heart.M brllstevw '
7:30 bells an*swiss bells,strange musical Instruments a Bible ..-. wily
Sanders Johnsons, Butlers, Hollls : afternoon program. ,
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Nickels Tyson Come and help us make this truly a crewnlagef a king and queen ventriloquism, and vlausllaed stories and
Coleman and Perkins. They were
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10 Lena,Worship Services 11 a.m. and p.m. Prayer'Meeting lllggtnbotham and family on Sunday! :
II p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Wednesday. at 7 p.m. 'Y PII1U4:101'.e: *!. r'' Mr*. Flossie Rosier spent several afternoon at Maxvill They bad a % \
p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. BAPTISTt SMYRNA,Sunday MISSIONARY School 10 a.m.. ,",.\ ,' day In Columbia S.C. visiting her nice day and met Iota of old friend. :4 I[
BAPTISTs Sunday sons-in-law" and daughters. Mr.
and and Mrs. Truman Norman and
School 10 Worship Services II a.m. and 7 p.m.. Elisabeth Terry Mrs. Joyce Mr. and Mr Jeanne Lee went to Jacksonville "' |I
a.m., Worship Service U Futch were business visitors to Jack- Mrs Carl Prevail were guest of Miss Mr* J H. Jones and Mr. .
..m, and 7 p.m., Training Union .6. Wednesday BTS 6-45: at p.m.7 p.m., Prayer Meeting jonvlUe on Thursday afternoon.We Atone Brown and Mrs.. L.D. Dormam Henry A Carter and their families. two day list week attending. a '( i,
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7' regret to "learn that Mr. and Mrs.Leila Peevy of Ocoea lastweekend Postmaster' training. session. .,J
pm. PERSONAL Crew I Is In Lake >' Major and Mr. Russell Line and
William a patient
FAITH BAPTIST! Radio daughter,Jacqueline of Sunnier, S.C. Mr.and Mr*. Robert E. Lee were In t '; '
Programon 1"
Lake Our Mr..nd Mrs.David and of "
Mr Kelly
Shore Hospital City. son
George Roberta. Sr., Mr ,
WPXE I'.m.Sunday.Bible School also their aunt. Mrs.. Elsie Blair, andMrs. Decatur Ga. over the weekend ;)i,
with him. Jacksonville were weekend of
10 a.m.. Worship Service: U in/and Moore Mamie Lou were Edwards Wednesday, and Mrs.luncheon Fred prayers Mr. and are Mr*. Lynn Bock and little their parent,Mr.and Mrs.George guest D. .Marion Wood and son Dick from visiting Mr*.Lee'a.lerand, brother .. '' !,':';i
':30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting on Lakeland, Fla. spent the weekend tit-law Mr. and Mra.'Larrle DuBoce.
and Mr Luke
guest of Mr. and Mr. David girl Jenny Danny Kelly. "
Wednesday at .:M p.m. of Mrs. ', with Col. and Mr*. William Wilson.Mr. On Sunday they all attended the..Lee
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCIIS Kingaley who are Lake.spending some time at were Nellie Sunday Wilkinson dinner and Mir guest*.Daisy Bach Mr.and Mr*. Hermie Kelly have Just and Mr*. James Anders of reunion at John Lee' dairy In Red "' I
Sunday School 1:45: a.m. Worship Deepest sympathy of the and Mils Lynn WhaJey. returned from a vacation from the Palatka ,visited their mother, Mr*. Oak Ga.

Service 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. community U extended to Mrs. Jesse Mrs. Pierce Crew attended the West Some of the places they visited .- - - .--- .--- ---... -..
Training Union 9:30: p.m. Prayer Starling of Bartow and her daughter, r peaking at Luke Butler on Thursday were Cenlra1Cit Colo., Yellow Stone S
Meeting on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Wilma Walnwrlght, and other nllChL National Park. Salt Lake City, Utah
GRACE UNITED METHODIST relatives due to the death of Mr.Jesse Mr Arlie Dobbs U a patient la and the Grand Canyon While on the PACK 518NEWS .11 y
Sunday School 1:45 a.m., Worship Starling Wednesday Bradford County Hospital. We are tour, they visited cousins In
ServIces 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Miss Elisabeth Terry and lorry to hear that he isn't well at all. Birmingham Ala.. and Jackson, 1
Methodist Youth Fellowship at &30 her nephew. Terry Futch of Jacksonville Our prayer are with him. Ml*. They also visited their friends Cub Scout In Pack SIS were activeIn At II a m Saturday, Aug. l'Ithey. ,:'
Aircraft Carrier U.S S.Saratoga.
boarded the
p.m. on Sunday night, Choir Practice Beach went to Bradenton on Mr*. Connie Mosley. Tammy. and Mr.and Mrs.Chapman and family, in several went during the summer. Afar : brief introduction :
on Wednesday night at 7:15: p.m. business Tuesday. There are some baby were Sunday dinner guest of Denver\ Colo and Mr and Mrs. They attended regular pack meetings, a of I 1.
chow. i
HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday beautiful farm near I-7S down that Mr. and Mr*. Harold Eunice. Manuel Martinez in Bisbee Art. Mr. plus Airon Davis competed In the they got a sample Navy Then ,
School 10 a m.. Worship Services 11 Mr*. Jackie Crew visited her and Mr*.Robert Lee'scn-in-law and North Florida Cub Fitness Contest they went from one end of the ship to \
am. and 6 p.m.. Prayer MeeUng Mr*. Joseph Starling and David father-in-law, Mr. William Crews, In daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hermle There were 700 Cuba In the the other.At 2 p.m. the Martin skipper received of the (X.
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. went with her mother, Mrs. Carolyn Lake Shore Hospital Lake City on Kelly' cousin, Mrs. J.M. Soebl of competition cheered by lot parent Saratoga.the Scout Captlan and thanked them for ;
LAURA BAPTISTs Sunday School Holmes and Sheila to Alachua Thursday afternoon. Atlanta Ca.. visited them on and friends i
10 a.m, Worship Services U a.m. and General Hospital Gainesville to see Saturday morning.Mr vMembers of ihlp.Pack SIS would like :.
7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting' Mrs. Holmes' mother, Mrs. Ruby Mr*. Emory Eunice'of Gainesville : and Mrs. Gene Howell of Cub Scouts Mark Barber and Arron thank the community for their i
Wednesday at :ROAD. Newton.Mr visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Beach spent Friday to Davis were two of the Scout World 78 and Invite
MORGAN BAPTISTt *. Joyce Futch of Blackshear.. on Thursday morning.Mr. Sunday with their brothcr-ln-law and ticket winner These Cub were support Interested persons
In to
Sunday School 10 am., Worship Ga. was a Tuesday dinner guest ;of; and Mrs. Henry Hi lodge* and sister, Mr. and Mrs Earl TroxellMlkeJoneaofColumbla.se Invited to attend a ship party directedby : Gayle Davis at Scouting M49870 or Leslie ,
Services 11 s.tn. and 7 ,Training of Mr. and Admiral Robert W. Carlus, given
p.m. Mr and Mrs. Harold Eunice,and a family were supper guests was a Folsom for further
Union 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting dinner guest of Mrs.Carl Prevail and Mrs. Jack Butler of Jacksonville.on recent visitor of his grandmother. by the U.S. Navy." Cub Arron Davis Information.473.2184. i
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs Truman on Wednesday! Miss Monday evening Mr*.Flossie Hosier. attended along) with his Cub Master f,


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( I \ HOME NOTICE UNDER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN : .... Lewis M. Aver, Southerly direction along

\ I (NOTES Saffron, died stigmas of a memberof CIRCUIT Of FLORIDA 32081, doing aid Block: a distance of
the crocus family and the world's NOTICE IS HEREBY AND FOR BRADFORD under the firm two hundred and. one-
By most expensive spice has been & I that, pursuant to.rt COUNTY d "FLOWERS BY tenth- (200.101> feat tr> a
treasured from the remotest tiroes. 886.08, Florida CIVIL ACTION ," 100 Call cortuiete monument on
i Mary Yearta Homer sang of the "Saffronrobed"morn 5'UitM, the undersigned CASE NO. 78-381 Stark, Florid' tha Southwesterly oomefof '
desiring to IN : tnda Let Four ((4) of seed
Solomon listed it other to register
004-B28O Ext. 284 ; among
j fragrant delights: a Persian poet ar aga In buslneae under IN RE: The Marriage\ of: dtiouc name under Block; run thence In an
watching the setting j sun thought of the fictitious name of Jr. WINEFRED SHERMAN ion8 of tfons- Easterly cr.ctIonalong'
I ,"Saffron-colored viands on an azure Food Store, Intanda to MAJOR. Wife .. the Southerly JEmmdaryof
I i ROSEMARY dish." 0tater the aid fame w. Arwcod, Law Lot Bevan 1U) of said
u Rosemary, an evergreen shrub of with the Clerk of the JOHN MAJOR, Husband owners. Block a distance of two
the mint family (also known at Rosa Each Cl'OCUllatlvulI blossom yields Circuit Court of Bradford tae 31. day of hundred eleven and sixty/
," I Maria) was famous "for only three stigmas which are delicate County, Florida Four ((4)) NOTICE OF SUIT A.D. 1878 at four one-hundrudth hate
1 strengthening the memory" as long orange-yellow filaments which must weeks after the fins NO PROPERTYTO Florid. to an iron stake on>aforementioned
\ as 2,000 years ago. This has made It be picked by hand. It takes 225,000 publication of this notice. : John. Major / 174 1/21 W..1yboundary
I the perfect symbol of fidelity for stigmas to make a pound of Saffron, SUNSHINE -' JH, Carol Sue Avenue, d State Road
lovers. accounting for the high cost of this STORES INC. Apartment AQ/Cretna IN OROUIT COURT .Number 200; thence nun
In medieval times, when Incensewas spice. A Florldi Corporation La. ) EIGHTH In a Northerly direction
I very costly. Rosemary was much Port Office Sox 2408 YOU ARE HEREBY' CIRCUIT IN along said Westerly
used in religious ceremonies for Very fortunately, a little Saffron Panama City, Florida NOTIFIED thst an action FOR ALACHUA boundary distance of
i weddings, funerals and church goes a long way. In fancy rolls and 32401 for DISSOLUTION OF of FLORIDA. on* hundred ninety-film
holidays generally. It was also biscuits Saffron Is added In the formof a/24 4tchg: 9/14 MARRIAGE hen been Ind ninety-one one
,i supposedly a powerful charm against Saffron tea (stepped in hot water) flied against you and. you 78-382 hundreds feet to point. dIbeginning.
witches and the "evil eye." Its lovely to Impart rich golden color as well as are required; to eerve a th : .
: name Joins two Latin words meaning an Intriguing exotic aroma. Saffron lea ''LEGALNOTlCf copy of your written : (Also known *a
"dew of the sea" because It thrives famous seaxoner of Arroz con Polio TO ALL INTERESTED dnf enaaa. M any to I. onto CAPITAL STARKE MOTOR
best where fogs roll In from the sea as (Chicken and Rice) and Bacalao CITIZENS: The Area Plan' plaintiff attorney OF COURT 739 North
t \ along its native Mediterranean. Vizcaino (Cod Fish a la Biscay) both for Aging la on exhibit In whcae nape and address Florida Temple Avenue, Stark,
I Rosemary Leaves look like little great Spanish dishes. Saffron is the office of the HRS .la'J.J. WOLBERT, JR., Plaintiff Florida)
1 Inch-long pine needles and are avail particularly good in rice dishes. Add a Sub-Dtotrtct AdmWetm-' ATTORNEY AT tAW
able only In whole form. Measure pinch of spice to the boiling water .tor located at 2OXZ N.W. P.O. Box 1088. STARKE. the MOTOR has been filed agalnat you
crush and allow about IS minutes before putting In the rice. 13th Street,, Third Floor FLORIDA 32081 and. file I INC., a Florida and you are required to
simmering to release flavor. Rosemary Gainesville, Florida. ThJa the original with tae dark eee ; and serve a copy of your
is a friendly herb teaming well Saffron Is a native of the plan waa developed' aa areault of the above styled court CHELUME written defenses. If any
with numerous other spices. It Is an Mediterranean area. We Import most of public haaringa on or before October 12, JOAN E. to H on WILLIAM A.
excellent spice for lamb chicken, of our Saffron from Spain Portugal is held In Aprl. 1878. AI 1978: otherwise a Judge- & Ma wife: and. BESSENT, III, ESQUIRE,
shrimp, spoon bread and vegetables also a source. comments muat be Inwriting merit may be entered. 0. TURNBULL 60S N.E. First Street,
such as eggplant, turnips, cauliflower end should be forwarded against you for the relief E. Suite E, Gafnesvltl,
green beans, beets, summer For further information concerningyour to the Sub- demanded In the his wife; and. Florida 32801, on or before
squash. Rosemary enhances fruits household write to your County District A<1mlnl>tratar. complaint or petition. BAKER, 'Irv October 31, 1978,
deliciously, especially citrus fruits. It Extension Home economics Agent 8/7 2tchg 0/14 WITNESS my hand and aa Trustee and file the original with
is one of the more potent herbs so it MARY S. YEARTA, P.O. Drawer and the teal I of aid Court Certain Joint the Clerk of this Court
should be used with restraint. for best IMS, Starke. 32091, or CALL WM-62HO on September 11, 1978. d/b/a STARKE either before service on
effect. Ext. 284 (Starke) or 496-2321 (Lake ""Ruling It easy, Gilbert S. Brown Ai COURT, Inc. Plaintiff's Attorney or
'I France Spain Portugal and Yugoslavia Butler). This service Is free to Clerk of said Court, Immediately thereafter:
grow the Rosemary we import everyone without regard to race, governing difficult"Goethe ', By: Marlon McRae, Aa otherwise a default wi! be
and additional fine Rosemary comes color or national origin. Deputy dark: OFACTION entered against you forth
from California. Vl44tchg 10/5 *relief demanded in the
: MOTOR Complaint.
,JR.. JOAN E. .and the Seal of this Court
On sateFYtdayA : LELAND O. on this 12th day of

+ the the ,JOSEPHINE DOROTHY, September GILBERT S.A.D.BROWN' 1978..r..'*.*.

GuuuraetmsarEAGLE or' Individually and ea Clerk of the Court
\= and : for an alleged BY: Marion McRae. ,esr
If ... d/b/a deputy deck
tile MOTOR 9/144tchg 105NOTICE )t.
\\PfifCESf iJ'
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ahpl or ARE INTERESTS NOTIFIED OF .' ? 'J 1'\.,.:,"\'

National Brand Sale!
de : following real FICTITIOUS

Names you know and products you trust. Save to' 34 )) FLORIDA: \
up \ : Lola Four ((41, Pursuant to Section
met ( ) Six ((6)) Seven 86609 Florida Statute.

)v AAloS. fCS I S J fkt oauer JR) ( ) portion Nine (191 of) Lola Ten' the notice undersigned I ill hereby given James that

J 'SAVE tn ( ) Eleven ((11)'of) Moss, 2325 \
M kt ((20) d Place, < ** .buJ1tr..1
e Bid YANK Addition to the 32608 doing i
Starke, Florida under the firm name '
w PRE-WASHED to plat "A CUT ABOVE," 1 114 N. ., N I
r= JEANS FOR MEN in Deed Book Q Walnut Street Stafkeo
4 and 306:: of the. Florld.. 32061 intends to*?
sae..7061'j: of Bradford register fictit .pantygs(4: .
9.88WA. 1 : : rMda.\ ,, 1urdtl'; .imW : (
,/O w MAP JLLLY .' cb) (on of Block I off orse"r.ld It"MW. 1 H; 1"10. ,
"+ .... that Addition to James Moss, owner. "
"IAUIR"JGGGIR$ p._.re.Iwr e.e-- according Dated the 14th day of
kr'v PON MIN AND BOY Mew-.---- wiO. A.D.
dPAYBJ ... _.. In Deed September 1978 at
_" SAb8UPTO15" IAVIII% M'9.8 -........ the Page 636 and Stark. Florida.
/ tine, ) public: records 9n4 4tpd 1014NOTiCE \"
DIspOSAILl LIGHTER PAPER GOOD .UYII GRAM LOVERS'IIZil A b5 ,srkp.b well 1,11. more parti

was 660 WA TO .1 99 1. described aa
,,, lON =i: s.
A __ 5.i" 1. h... _..M5_b.w. es es. MSWals.1 uu spuIMwe. of reference OF.INTENTION .
.-,.....ee.....I ...MMus.Y-bees-- LMWII-r..e awe tar., 1 : at the North TO .,',
+ .
AVaTttfH ((20)) and NAME
IA YE 15%
In a Westerly Pursuant to Section .
I-PK..IYOI.T I NACK GIANT 2202. d along Northerly 966.00, FloridaStatutes,
IATTIRo/ I WOOOiURY t ILVtRAGt v i t / 14. d said Block a notice hereby given that
of seven and the undersigned O. Kent
1.44 rt -i31 1 I two ((7.22)) one' and Dorothy Booher,
JVPBUri' I + *feat to an iron 1605 Raiford Road.
wa.9P ale a !/ wAsa rn MEINCASUALS h0 i4es :I d th the Westerly Stake? Bradford County-

: .AVI' ,." wswte wire King of the right of Florida. 32091, doing
/ a 1,' State Road business under the firm
SoPK..nYAHIA 1.00 wa.rrlrN., elrrwM Yawl i to Point of nama of "BRYORASSOCIATES
kr.rr.7-ILS..espans r : l
SUNQLA80l$ UT.20PC. thus described: Box 1182, Starke Florida
VA&.W",USRr In. Westerly 32091. intends to register "
1.24 9.95 .7.88 PO. the North said Ictrtiou name under
dlyiuT024 VALULPLUS?
IIIW'10'! %
WAS Li Bsse.PWcs WAS ISIS of said the provisions of aforesaid -
: of two statute
... 8007 M. '* ,..n el vrr..e T POPLIN JACKET 9/14 eleven and O Kent and Dorothy
I' I ""r ul1 :1-k MMm. DMAxI L h Mr Bother .
onehundredth owners.
1 88 k.1 Map,7444-Leh slr Bred.I
I ,' I IRAN I prewru., eK4 xl NMCa I ( ) toa concrete Dated thii 14th day d
.r.re li O std,5auea 3.1S; cuss a wsr M IL w N-> MBkuM I ,r.b.l.... on the North- September, A.D. 1978, at
G L_...... rSus..hharM A MI WM5 MM'*tin a b XL.HO of laid Stark, Florida.
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Pbk ea order. ......, frisk .tr km, kM .!.. aid :W, Hlm.: ; Uife'ttt 'ff.t :US'' : 4'HiHJ t: [f. t) i$ Jt ; 'r, tIXt! 'l z .

Saturday. *.. BUM .... ___......_.,.. I
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fear weet of III...... Ia' t H 114h c ., .. ,, Q
oa S*to. I J ..... North MMA. EA.KRVICE nasoN. PIT BULLDOG P> pl... .
479-1'III .r 4734702l Vit-iiIi I:ii f1&, w.... ..*. ..... M .>*... FREE MIXED PUPPOCSiPkeae : MEL, w. hasyN bleak. t ...**.. MtlB* (MdPkM twltt ea 0.. mO WeH elBaatptaa V 'V
aejaeek***. Uaeko EH ship", .r, trial. .......1 fM to er .ere. M4-4444. ItH t/14 .BtoryrM .. Ie 644634. Itakf 014GARAGE ...... (1M dew,
roar .:lush. E....... 8arvb '1 'OLCr'* MOLE BOMB: .... Ana, NaMNerl. G..... SjM0 M airs P.... 4M1W3. > t4777aKIM.
FOB BALE: Sewaeaee .....tw, |.. .! mtnw., BALES t.*...M.. OBM ff ClassifiedAda y.. body ha.. ......... ; SALE."8R-JX1 ./.. t'pd till .. TEMPLE

River ... ...... I BE, thaltia. E..aIIu.tIH.. 5.605Ph. : daya weekly If/.b. ............ rark sd .... W.' .! .! L>.,.,. STARKEFLORIDA
V8A, oareato. II It.tiMk. ... 47JKU7.FOR Ifpd1.. : 1 GetResults .......... Us. II b' sacra Gw...* '.'. Bwwty Bk.pBky 3(" RANGE R....... CacaNa. TarwtlkaarrC(0OMI.

q ....... River Bead.3V. BALBi TRAINED\ NURSES AlDEiWaitM ..' .tlwr b..Ai ... .... .*., ....... ........., feed .......... (... Lvcllla. Conner Spry
...e WMt el Breaferd. :. J..k.M l' k., Rk. t. care for .... ....,...u, to ........ .1.-.. S.tBrd.,rt poitM ...... ...-".1. ItH t/14 D ? Altaclata
US U. Cal Tea Boaay 47]. ....... Plat knkMnn. U, MZ1 ....... atleata.. ...... W41114 ..at. Yw ray 5. om.r55g ... .....". O..d ...... CiI... EI ,!_ .448410SIC
8929. eta MT eke ..._ ",-,.... ItH, klter.1 +... Itakg t/14 a very ....d .... h...... ... Bu."'LOOKING"' FOB ..
.114 ...... Ise ,_,..... Call"" 4320 es Ita...... lt.hg t/14 SOMETR1NQ aavaeaxaaeaee. US FOR
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roil BALEA.r..0." treat, -1 I 1 I Ik* NO Ar-r, 720 ....n C... .dewa r / VA8.FHAFINANCING
W-....... River Aeeaic.A LOOT BbA .......... a.''LISTINGS WANTED taBradlerd E4w..... ..., SlUrk... Ear. HAYSQUARE: BALES; .. ... Cbertk Tkrtt .....
.. .... .,.... !...!.iM 115".., M...4 .., I
.tow tlM aid M9 ... earrea.dla. 111M *. slid ..... WIB driver ". ar* ...... at Ik. Old '

per ..... Call Ten ._,. ........b...........N.ar. _G k._sun_&II ....,..., N.... .areaa* LOST G.... ...... |.. with .HII.... fir .ta" .1tII_ Pb... *.1440. t/14 Stpd Pet....ea can it.We auykav Tarwlltofiar Realty. to

473-3WM. a* H7 .kg.MVSCADINE .g..A_...."to K.kkj. ...Call I.1 .... ler ... .drd.4 f4 pbatb .... iaatalalag; EARN: EXTRA INCOME U .111 wast pea are l.aHa.jler. OIKv w.es .es.t Ready When You Are
47J41M, p.... arevea, ai> pakahed Sr... kaebt_ aid ...'. .!.".. AtiibU. .. Saaaaared ky FlrntAaaeanbly
ItH */U ...... ..... call I..... fl.Faaeell. ...., Itttteg-. ... ..atlga.Ir. yes ra.w... Per .wr ,..... SEVERAL ITEMS I k. al G.... Al praaeed OWNER.. FINANCED

AND FOR BALE TPMT TiMuM ...._.CatoamBto.t04 .. bed. Reward.. rata,. (44471*. t/14 sukr tai ....,. .... .'..... Uk. ... ta Ik* ......... had.ltakft14 COUNTRY Moute with 1 acre tl*.(...
SCUPPEBNONG GRAPES | |S7S42M" B yea wilt to EX ...,......
I awaar, I37S. tb-Bi WMrfn kMlwhk
Lr.l ...... (1M.
YM pbk lit eeat. .... .... t/11 212 ReOgrave :1 BR. :311. lovely' grounds
ptpeaad. : I/SI ......... Caaat* Talegrapk.tlH _..., 14 It. I1M
P.... .7*-..... IUk t/14 TECHNICIAN P.rt-
a. saUl 4uii ...... Haewr / .:..,. pW.bg. .to ......-.. SALE,Wf..ti.tl. WANTED 'Fear aaa.aarabti .... (.. M. wNk.rgl.._ ..4 il p.last..r cU.ar sew wit rag' VIDEO .. RCA,..... WarebewM fOOO CB BMa. t4,8M.Lawleyt .
Ltly'e v...,.,... ...IIU. HOUSE FOR I ..bald ._. aa. PbeaeBeb ----- .. 4 kar.. L.. ..... !:
.Iaw .. LkE ., FOUND UOO. tekeaTp .. CYLA .k.J4 UIIoJl. LN.RatIv. ............ .ava ..... Store Living Qtr t30.tOt
KB 317921.FOR Rarrb 473-3111. 1/31 Tt .. .... "...
.tad kewi breed
.... aa Old Lek Read nIl BU.k aid D..k.tdger ( renttd Starke
y Block' atolls fully
G...".. c...". Lak., ./ 3Uk t/IS .
Stekff14 ( ...... M4.M1. ./>*
Htarka. >>..... .. iMtrle, t3. I" M. ItH
......, IBB. t k" /", tug., pay i Home. II room 3 both. Walnut
RENT- Lake .... ---- aaat ., ad aad reaai aid 1/4 wppmr takl... ..0., 130.Pk .
kluWa. ".Dr MM wish CETA F08ITION. P. .. 42 I / 2 acre Intlde city. limit, d.v.lopm.nt"I
> feralakod. Sprlag sad,......."(200..,... IBB. .Is..................O..tatwly .: EXPERIENCE....... Par werfc. Have MAIDS aeed beard ..... (444889.t14 Ipd ..,- ... ... ........ >w f84...... t/14 ttpdIAI PACE. (4ft.CB; RADIO P.... (44 Ill.(4 RaaaaaM. ... Lake St. M7.7JO.
per .
....! .. ...... ..
tor 1'.1 lest, .
Cvoily 824 Lake St.. ":I.'SO. fruit tree(
walk N. ." ...**.. a.. ... llHt14HAYi.
pet*. a.._..* .....,.... 4tk BB ... ....., feral, Par..:, ............... Pkeae M4USt. .._.. H .. b tB8 30wsk. GARAGE SALE ky I !..!. 120f N. Temple $'',000 emit potential
desk .... fek.. IN ft.kt. Iao1 rdr1..
( I ., aiv.L Arceatlaa h. .'Ia.rtiUud
Cat 4111151a71-"" q ....... 1 -- tfN ......i ItH t14RELIABLE : RUMJ _...... .. a lsluy. V., Kwt FridaySstarday, t M .. .!.((. ..1..., 311 Tomptoi. Stare IleuM apt.
eftort' .. er.......*. .,. $ rQ'RlA' 7 .
1.1 R4
.. .1.' C...|. ca.....y wMM.M. I LPN .......... Apply .t FU.Slw p. CIUy 8... P.... ......... tA4 401: PINEWOOD DRIVE Oead leoklnt Interior
Ptrrbk ... .. aaeklagaeelttoa .t ... h..,le. Htt r., >"*'. ....k,,
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ltjr, to allBtoal ....... abckkaat \ ,,-,-. .. E.. ..b.... b.tbt.b..k '2tHtlWASHINQ with larcje ream electric kitchen.
PUS LW AUCTION-w. 3714 4t"kj !./. .M ...rtk..... BUrk. Ill WEST CALL Tattefully decorated, modern
fb-a.. Phi- 4MI72t BLOCK HOME wkk I BedS ......... ....., cb4k.i ""'"
S.t r4ay ..... l p... Back OFFICE ORRESTAURANT kefere tt3t a... aralter _.>, ....,wkk 12 aeree.al IUk. 514CETA ..4 ai"' ttm.. llpd t/14 MACHlNESi I kitchen
.. Pet' OH .., Meheee.Meetly SPACE S .... D.,. preferred. ..... Carpet, CH/A. live .....,... .....per* LAND 40 acre*, home trail.'. IS',...
MW ............. t ated, S Sear K......, (78aaaki
FOB BENTi 1400 ... ... .4M I' ..n.WANTEO.. Pbeae '11"577.1111 dI." MARE 7
Ill r..,.,. A.......,. 3tpdWHOLESALE .. N L.wr.M. Rind. Secretary 1, ..**k. a Bm4I old:. "rasl..I, ...... ridloriI. 3 Wklrlpeab, (1Mab. TAX ADVANTAGE! brio Apt. bW. .. fully
.., '.14. ...- .1.... with ...... tak .....IM b... FOUR BEDROOM .... .r4 C.. r..,..., ... .year... POP-UP CAMPER r..... t844744.t14 ltpd rented 3(1 N. Conveniently located

.* a ..a..... law !..... .....aid .Ir... WIB. pick .p. with la.ea* Iraai ....;.1 BR _.rally, .1........... FHra 4M30.. Itpd .11. BESSENT ROAD 1) N.w home en 1.3 acre
DEALER: $lfS/...,.. Pk... ArtPMrw OLINS MOBILE HOME apt.ww carpet,AC<<:,ebea tackartke Apply at fm.. But Eapleyt 213or4BRBCHBA.eit1/3acre

AUCTlON-ewy T........' .......,. .7..... a EI. $( ...4.. Opea Tdaya *aed ......... Ideal ... '.nlc., aid Mrtfc YARD SALES T..,., Fri.. HAY HOUND BALES 404 N'. WALNUT 2 tory elder. home beautiful
T p... 1315 '.E. B.&II..... '11. tubs ..111kEYSTONE. _a .....11. UefcCARS ___ far r.U....... 428 N. "M. II tar"". lt.k. t/14 lI.a.. /.0.. .. Magri n./.. er (28/rail,, acre lot with a varl.y ef fruit tree*.

Ro.., Golaeavlll. Tool, WabuL. P... 944-3W. t72tH EARN AND LEARNt... Rd.. all/ US 301 Nwtk. lt... delivered ar MO/rell .. EUCLID A EPPERSONi Doublewlde. with extraaIII
grocery. ....IU... (lit.. L.k. Mttom, MI MIN MIa 9n4THREE with ywr ......... W. airs .. all ...... rldlu ..-.r;; Ian*. P.... ....IU.. t14ItpdJt21 LAURA STi Remodeled home

Tract bad *l ..........., '...., AI' wodkly. TRUCKS ...ptb| bath prbr. Mrvlc U... .1... H78-16. .1. COMMERCIAL Appro. 133'on 301 S. connected.
BI1 Perry A.......,. 4tedT IRS .tIarsds., len...-.., I ..._..1 aid 'M-prbr ..,- Mia.. "11'". Itpd t/14 SONY REEL-TO-BEELi

.- t-2. ........| ..11..... A* law ...BEDROOM. ... 1 katkklack air. .l.i ..,*..MI .to tM Ar.y F'..... Ctoaalcal. gallar, with Jill acre
'171/...,.. K!T>t.. I carat, Nstlsal. G...... Lairs .... BASS BOAT) 14 It.. 88 HP Sear HBIary .... 1 1/2 II HAMPTON LAKES Sophlttlcated home
PICKUP INS c....,, fair Kit W. Pratt 8t, .h..... 413 LAKE ST.i Neat home a ..,..,... Apt. S22.SM.
H. .
FOR BENT dam foeee, Rally, 47I-MU. ......,.., r.dl. .. .r.p.lr. Jehaaaa __. PkatM MM8 .111. .., PIM .
... ...** *.."...*.. d/oi g _.1..... 3321. r5... 984- 8/31 3lpd t/14 ..1..... wr.ek.rlsp.rall. *" I .... U 9 p... Itpd _P.r"'t_ M4S43t. 1021 PALM' Attractive home. CHaA. large.
I....... SAlad Mealier 7189 after S p... ItH t14CORDORAi --- ----- ..., rapvly" ..4 ..r tk.r 1/14 ItH t/14 fenced lot Quiet ...I'h.............

.m... Cell 473-4997 LAND FOB BALE MOBILE HOMES why pal:, ktto.R....lv. (... My sad --- S34 W. MADISON Zoned commercial
Weekday. t a... 1 ...., a.,..*.. B..|.... Nl.. 1177 C."...,, ..r.' Bay direct .... serve r kuddl. .. YARD SALE 8.41. II: It.Nwtk APPROXIMATELY 3M It.IreatM 323.500: FURNISHED Deublewlde' MH on hlgN

.._. tress M I till ....trMto ta PS PB, tilt eteerbf.' .,.1.. ......,. Large .......iIea al. ,PkM 91443 .r vblt. Ik* M ...1.. ta.. bit at ...U8-301.UdO". end dry 1 1 II acre* with beautiful tr..*. Rd.
...... rk tf4 .! MW kMM. ....,.1. leatker '.i.,'.", a.. 14. It ....... STARKE NO A'....,, 720 Edwerdi HaadyWay, tad dirt ,... 12.lt eltlee
NO REASONABLE OFFER SMM bt. ..,. r..lAM/TM cteree S track, HOME CENTER US .301Nartk. '.... Huirk. I/T' 4Uk. .128 ,.... Primitive' BaetlilCkurck. sew "'.11": Lawter. AFFORDABLE
EEFUSEDi 1178 Ford burnt... rli.tl. kacket _f. with ......., bld|. Offer (30.000, 404 W. "
t/14 Adklnt. .asll
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gbk .. t deck 1 ..I Itpd
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c_... I..... Stotlea lieu... P.... 9448(14. P..... 782-3J6. 1 .... *. 10
*. PrlMd. !. ... wki pewer PERSONAL) .
I.... P.... (44-8741 1 14* S. Or.n.I..OO.INCOME.
Wag**. t .....11',. Only ..r..(raw MO *... t.S44p L.... ....., ItHt14 d'c' iEA "'i"Y''V'i""NITV. a... 782-3MI I p.IS 10
",DOl ...... Call 4732091.Uehg .r .,.th. C..I' SERVICESTOMMY'S I Balvedere. .... aid .Im .... t/7 1'.11. t/14 W. have. several) home with

IrMteM M '.-11 .nlbkb.OWMT. 1970 FURY THREE""" BEDROOM Ira.. 17J. 7lt E. Lean St., SIGN"PAINTING-----.-?.*.. apartment In them.

FOR BALE: 117. 47f-4J7S. tf/.kf PLYMOUTH .. with kttebea. LANDCLEAR. Stark.. Itpd t/14 LAKE GENEVA 2 cpeclal piece ef
Ddg* ...... PB 5s. LR. ...-.., .,...*.See Rudy atWalde very ,
A. .., t DR. A C, .'. IU,4 deer .. PS. 1 .20 addlt/. .. I ..,. ..lid..., .
eatoMtb katk ING Ceaapbta Flea M.'..... Friday, propertyon5 an ..t. .- the ether- en Income
.. ...
...._....... creteeeoetret hral.1Ia4 AC. ...a"illS rebuilt Cfcevrelet. .. ...... 1 .U. part, city/ ....:.'..... .....714. t/14 BEDROOM iiITfi"i Bee S.t.. s.... H....'. Tr..... producing ..t....
1, radial Ik-ee with FOB RENT Haalta. He .. 4 ..tb..1.. ..11...,..,tr...,.S drawer
..... L". C...... ..... CAPRICE PS. PB, AC, tl/ekB W. need-ecreage to .. /... From the tmaltoit
wire wkeeb, r..B.rg.Nt.' .. 112.500. P.... (448821.UH : ...... ..,....,, wlrrer
tliMO dewa *.. ..... May. 1'1nc.125' ,..... .cr..' .4 electric .,....., (700.Pbeae ti4THREE LET ME WASH YOUR valley keack, ..W. takle.Pkeae PATIO..COVERS...ah4. Lt.I.10i20.(17t ... tract to the large**... Client _are walling...

.,..... 473-3822. 9/14 ,.- ...,". Ju 43044 ....1.117, ItHl ----........-, TRAILER .,.....1..11'. t84-ta80. Itpd 114er eapplv. OATO&
5. N. ..i.tt tm.SUttgtnt .
.lt *
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./.1 BEDROOM. CBkeaae 125 lerdevbb.
; 120a ibfle. ALUMINUM 4820 N.W.
ItS CHRYSLER T.c. ... aid
with 2 katka, hly Pkeae 944-815. ar c'iNi -.uAii: .eklb. IJtb St., Galaacvilb.. .... Ralph Bryan
CASH FOR GOLD; Sterleg.Jewelry. ....." Statlea Wegta, ...., 3 ..... ....ll..t
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CH/A /!
carpeted airs ..... 944-5738. ItM
7 ..
........ .U., ..... 372-9787. A d/ .
t HOUSE fOR RENT t BB. t I"'. .11 eiceHeatceadltlea. ., lad (32.00O P.... 984- c...".... Oaly (400. P..... Real Estate
distil ..... Will writ y.irywk list.., .. ,.ta. 47331(2.t14 (700. Pkeae tS43371. .01lZ. d/... 'CASHer .1...'.'--..".".-.-"prer 9047927 alter 3 p... llpdt14 WAT8"o"N:8 HoC8E: "OFVACUUMSi Lillian C.IVurwonREALTOR
.... .. .r.. Mr. 2uk ./.1 lubg t/14 .111 N.T.h Av..
8570.Sterlleg .
19441 ltd baKe ...... elaew
... 475-10M. tte/." -- ------ Maay
DODGE L A; 1970:,Ipaeaaager geld Jewelry, ........ U..d Stark.Fie
EG I. ES1 .. .. .. ... deatal, ... Pheaa 9044250altar PEAS FOR SAETBack.ya ........ ...a..I.. Part 11044705NEW BRANCH OFFICE
sad (4 I'H 301 NORTH
f 8 p... tlcbg'BULLDOZER yaa eleki ... a.....**.1./ Is, el'
aad ......1..1.. I la geed J .
Union Count 'FORUN) (8 already picked Srlog "..... .,...... 404 N.W LISTINGS I.AWTEY."LORIIJ711Z311011
" ....1..... Steel belted Urei
.. ..
11 WORK .. .1. '. 'CI, C. letk A.. aalaeavllle, Cavalry Club ....,
.... Feader cntacbed.
Ilk. Bro...... 4SJ-1I74. lt.k| 378-7110. .... .... ... Mat eel
(240. P5... ....7GII. I/pd Satail ....", badcUarligaad 9I4lb4WJGa- P.... U.bgCHAINLINK .1. 41/2 acre parcel. pleated
... 3 BR, S bath
PkBaeUlaiaiy this .1'
,9/14 FURNISHED. re byellag. i FENCE .......* .. graded read.,
.. Mat.
... beaaUlal
'.P OSOKltt \ t 1 A SAlE, I ,"''APAETMENTiS'U ,WJCHlreeTTl50 '1"". M.rtt*< 164.5330. tlitoW'. : -1t1LD1Nle.Ns; *. aaatar bl a D a 44-ywtal3..d brick. reatrbctd-ar; *TbtiqaelHy ...4-...../-.' .".... taekeeae *-

SERVICES / '. ,I M CY'CL''S aVpeeHeKd. .... lfffP( --\.t.t---\ +IfU Vad t aacreU. 41/XM) ..<|.- (t;, US ."*. laataOatlea ........... ....1,..... h... Ireea '('.151. with.
uto'I 1 1a 1( ; I.. ...... 9045483ItH'" '. REMODELING. \ 301 sujSIR :228. ,Z..... Free ...,...*. H....'II". b .baa this. S ,.,. ..... 12 1/2 Greet d....
.. .
-- -- 9/14 ,icaraealry ..tv' all typ.sN.w .. ee..."""'lat;Inquire P.0. Peace Ce., ...-..51.9.IG TF.
CUSTOM MADE 1983 FORD FALCON 'I kaaiea, raw eddltiaaa. ... 679.''..n.: 1/cbg 545.03pryOOOHAMPTON 8.7 .... SR-./30 al IOOA .

DRAPERIES r.,....,. will trade fer ... pkk-.. Phaae W a1.. 488-2828. 8-17 .....: ..: (1I, OO. _
TWO BEDROOM Mobil 8 .........
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.. ..... ....,' ., Iree track, ......... sas.... Cal I SUZUKI .yeaieatherlaed 'T..... ,.HAY1.. A. .. ... Balh
Saaakl dealer. H...: IRS per ...th. Pheae J BAHIA cJ BTHOMASREAL ..,.. oa IIR.'" betwee. 4 SR. :2 brirk CH /A.
.........* at .year kea>.. 4942308. '114. Ucbg Ph... ...-..,.. 1140 8Watoat 964-6112 ar 964-5201 It BILL'S SAW SHOP: Ceplete .. highly .....01....?,It.M 984c5C"NTRY" .. H..,... aid '...IGO.a..I1. ..II.-.. raage-ovea, ,.... S

8W E.ta'.....*. Ed ar 1978 HONDA 5&0 MOTOR. St (US 301 l..tIIl.| DUPLEX APARTMENT akarpeatog. ...,,1.., 6071, }tt/phg, TV .., 4 80. trl-lovel acre.Fereylh R....(..SOO..
1._. II......*. 442219.t14 ....., ......... ..n w8l -
CYCLE 1.1.: ... ...d.i. hat thug with 4 ...... P.... 9445 laid ..... A Bub .
UabgTRYING II bee! .S1. t/7 tA4 ',: Asia ....r blade ..u.. : (21 Nartb Walaal Ut.Htark .... this a real. ahewptoee. 36,5 sins 1340 oa US 301
tow Uaget ,481 or HONDA aietorcyeto, goadeaadHlea. 2tchg tromd aid ...1....... Leave lor ..... .,.1100/..r.. ALSO ..Florida. 12091 (39,500. T..... ( ..sOO.
to Had aayaaa wka eller. 494-2845. '11. 2tp4 cheap.. Pkeae 944. ---------- .. oJ...... Balldlaf Napply. two ......... .... .. E. 9644162F.r..rly ..... .. - -

will ke ....!"'! or baa 1/21 512$. .//.... .KITCHENETTES apt,. Stark.ar K.'..... Height Cal St., at t.000 and AoJ.Tb.... Cal a. 'er. ..... ..1...... 5 BR Buagabw sew

.Ir".dy .-......' to the CR W ANTENNA: TV. AC ..Dh... lac........ tl/cbg 'UIX>0. Pkeae IM-WMt.. er444SOO. Keal Estate .I lUUaga, .to .''''..., ....., weaker A dryer. ,
Uarvrlty. .| Nerth F........ BASE .. Pal Talally larlkd HANDYMAN -- 1F/' .k. Cry. aad ....*. 13000. Will ceaalderIraJer
la J**......11.... PI.*.. Mldlaad. 40 .._ .Aikla peweiIke r----- ) Wkly, .*.thly rat*, ] All keeierapalra a.ll ...... SR 325 Hamplea U.1-Ca .. .,....
Ckaaa eeaverter. | I '.i..,.. sad
ceataet Reeeawy attbedeektowMo T..... Mtl. 880 N. UTILITY 11..1. .
ZOO. Cal 498-9454. Itp.I ....... .......11.,. ...... BUILDINGS All Owaer E".... .. "
IraSer nib Deadline tar in..rl.ona A..., Sta... P._. i
9/14 Teaajile .....1. ... ..........1 ....tr.., r....- P. Lovely. er 4 BR I 1/2
_tit .. Lab Batter ea 8R- Tuetdoy noon preceding'Thur (04-7397. 8/31 4tpd t/21 palatlag far ......, light .wittkea, Hfkla, t'.u. BR 2 bath. ceacrctrblerk. Ralph alter ryes [B bath, Shark heat.. large
..1.1 rataa/lerwa Re
121 |ast dr to .... ANTIQUE OAK DINING | >d y belore publicall. -' Stall tw'a ...'er 5111...., Free taiaa ... f reeve ".... carpert" big lot. W"l ......ZOIIW. LR. aad DR ...b.. ...IIY
reaa..1) ItH ./>< .. '....1... 1.5.I.macal.to. .. .... W Vcarpet
RM SUITE Mdk.tyt..va ."... I : P.... 9444141 0.11.... ... cat .p.Fkuacbf ,.... eet'ta "e. /
....... bee.., .. pete eetbaatea .,.. E.Da.gla.A..erre .
100 yr*. aWl, ''MInimum charge (2.00 I r Ir.. ... bat ...i..'. rat .allies pjM. ,. I........ ...1""". ap t* 48 ...... draaca..
CLARKES: SAW SHOPt table, I ......, ..... .b aballet 'SCovers 11 Words) ..... .to advaace. .,..U... 7/28 4uk( SI6ALCO1IOCICB ...t. t* .." 00 ...lie.avairbt. 3 BR 3 bath C8 944493DavUDyal C'I2 far rerport her
/-_.. ......... ear.Vleo. Jaae 8. UbrRealtor. ,' I Each word over IS I sail .* depealt S....... .. II......., .ham .. ceraer bt ,la city', 2- perch. utllltv *. ".,.,*
..... ......, aiewerblade 4M212S or 4(8.. I Is '( tints I Pkeae 473-3241. 1/31 r M44020 er M4-4021. U/.... .... garage, ('11.4. ........1... MO: MN Owaer

., ..... aawa, leave at 2903. lUkg 1/14 |'Not retponclble tor'| Itpd t/14 ....... ANONYMOUS Phone 9040894 LIMEROCK All. A. .-- -- -- -- A........ Itoaecrd.Pevllry .

Crew: ..11...'. Supply, when given ----- er '.....581. tl/tkg Traybr.Lawtey. Pkeae 7St '10 A raa eeer sky lhalt. .&11.1125 r'anai' i i........ 1
|.... ala, 7/13 Its NOW ACCEPTING 'terror copy'' FOR RENT. Office .pace,. 31 7t. ......... alter a ( SR-16
or when 'KKMOUKLING!: w sat ...... boaae., sad
P".ta.c. ............i_. K. ....., off
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ORDERS Pepper ...... .
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sad .n4.tl/ k| ---- .. .
l not lypd and A llvlag .
1. LAUNDBAMAT all I........ ... aadbaay rot.lr. rail
USE THE ..791-4038 alter I ,... 9/1 ''I' brought'' just
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aid laid oarvb Us m.Attaadaa SUPPLIES availabb Ash .., III,. Wfcertea. ceacrat epcalallat. GrIIHaCeaatractlea ,, er P........ OIll"9dHI",, 03IKMIS ....... 7H2 JHIMJ
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Naw.paper ONbo. call ... B A 473-H78. ..., r..*......
3108 .. TF/clig ... perBMtlaa; Friday' :\ : s. Temple
WEEK taraultog wo deat kavo what yea FURNITURE TWO APARTMENTS,2' I .. 533.2210 ClassifiedAds
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BOW 1/..., HANCY'S AUCTIOMWaldo Kitchen Cabinet BRADFORD SEPTIC ; with Ireatag .. 8ato Fa
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.....' : GRAPES : ... .... ..18..00. "
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YARD WORK Yea to ear eatteaier.. See : I Mobile Home$11.$.; Maa ....... 2BR, .....d awl i : .> tt44 5142h result,. very ...... ....
Hedge Trimming S Old Coo Col. Pint _. M. (...b..
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Need larau Be* ...< 9 airs ,*, I ,. 11a.rse.$29S00.
High school grad. IT ta 23: years M. Will train ----- ......, .ar'l.a''(9. Jfl. waoo Ml, - -

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Must .IM able to ....O0.WMlw CadilaeOkUawUleSelMASenrie : CHOICE OP THE.COUNTRY .large KU area
Starting pay (,8 weekly with .tpraUA Rtg.lUalEiUleIrakcr rtalkM.2 8R. I bath
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II \t Die: Sales Drive May Property Transactions 'tit: SJtl22:6': : '.O 1,7", I

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Land sales In Bradford County for Richard L Dugger to Richard L. k6asiteree.i.and Lvan Easley,Wt4 of Marcus L. Conner and wife to Billy ,. ) :' t -----1 '
the month of May rose to'I,226,017c Dogger and wife. s parcel In Block Let .f Mock 0. Lincoln City In Sec. R.Joiner and wife a parcel of land in .' j ,'. .:\ ;' .." 1'..it s
compared to $548,803 in April one of Govt. Lot 4 of Lakeside f 100. 89, TI S, 1U2E: :, $Ieo. the SEV4 of NEV4 of Sec. 10 T6S. I .1- ?
f $674,500 In May of 1977 in the midst of Robert A. Salmon to Trustee of aAdeMI.nd wife to George R21E, except road right-of-wayJIOO. + '
national predictions of a real estate Pine Level Baptist Church: all of the T. Cosai. and wife a parcel: of land in John M. Cribble and wife to biane I .,l_ + ,
recession. VI v, of SEV Of NEVI of See. 23, T6S.R21E Tract IrC of "Mount Pleasant on Marie Love parcel of land In the 1 w ?

Prices of transactions are figured .except road right-of-way of SR- SiNer LaII..I3e.500.OIarIey SEV4 Of See 7. T7S. R22E, $100. .
from documentary tax itamps affixedto << 100 and except that portion south of E.Johns and wife to Ernest Arvel U Barnard and wife to Walter .. N"'h'
deeds rued In the office of the SR-100. $20,000. 11:. Trlest. Jr. and wife, parcel of Williams and Sons. Inc. Part of the ? ,. w r
county clerk.In Roy Knight and Kay Knight to .land In u.. NWV4 of NWV4 of Sec. 33, NEVI of the SW V4 of Sec. 3, TeS.R22E -
Clifford A. Hemleb Stt of SEV4 of ... R22E9,00!;; $10.000. = ( )
the opinion of Starke Realtor NEV4 of SEVi, Sec. 22 TS. R22E A.1$. Patsy and BG. Patray to R. A. Colson and wife to Herahel A. F ORIDA ATE' ,
CeceliaTerwlllegar, Florida has not fT,500. jMMph T Reese and wife, a parcel In Markham and Bessie Le Markham / .r
been affected by a recession because L.M. Gaines to Jeanne C. Johnson, the NWV4 of the SEV4 of SEc. 6, T6S his mother fractional I block 17 t InWard PA1so I J I i __ .4'
of two successive harsh northern Lots 3. and S and fractional lot A._, IU2lCI $ JOOO' City. $23,500 : I t _, 'i i nw
winters, sending scores of and Gt of Block 36 In J.M. John Jack b>(..Courtnay to Wiley k Clark ,', "'
northerners to Florida buying homes. Addition to Starke. $7.500. and wiff ''W 150' of Lot 20. Lake if.A' ," ', :,-. r
a Largest sale for the month of May Emma p Kelsey and Amelia Haul Hampton Oaki. M, OO.Keystone 'c' "
was the sale of the Jo-Lu Motel on A- West to Robert Moore the SVfc of Lot Height Cemetery Assn., 0, 111
301 In the NE'/4 of Sec. 32. T6S. R22E. 47 and SVi of S one third of Lot 44 of Elide Inc. to Wayne R. Homer and wife Lot 4 1 'r In
by Cecil D. Davidson and wife for of Lawtey 1400. 14 of the Keystone Heights Cemetery. (" r. A.t'VrrT'r.:r LAW41" /
$110,000 to Cedric F, Hamilton and ..; Emma P.Kelsey and Amelia Hazel first addition WOO.( ., I
wife West to Robert Scott, NVi ef Lot 47 and Carter Const of Tallahassee! Inc to
Seletta Thomas sold a house on S- N'/i of S one-third of Lot 4.in Lawtey R.Carter and wife, Sto of NEVI of .
301 In Starke to Volunteers of Americafor 1400. NEtt of Sec 18, T8S. R22E, 23300. 2 w.
$77.300: to be used as a retarded Town and Country Homes of East Carter Const of Tallahassee, Inc. to ,\ ,
adult home. Volunteers, a national Central Florida, Inc. to Lamar E. Pauline Conerly, Lots 9,11 12. 14. IS, ,.''' .,...
r fa
organization of professional retarded Griffin and wife Lot 1 and EVi of Lot 16.19-24.nd, 28-4001. Conerly Estates w fur e. r 11 11dV
,. adult workers, said that the land and 2, Block 2 of Hardy'a addition to ".110O. : .. l r w t N s, % y
; ',
house on 301 was one of the most Ideal Starke $100.Morris Thomas E.:: Nessmlth to James R. '. ,,
purchases the group has made. The Overstreet and wife to J.D. Nessmith.. parcel of land in the NW .' ..
New York based outfit has over $82 Parramore and wife, NWM ofMW of .corner of SWftof SWV4 of Sec.24,ITS '
million worth of real estate, and the Sec. 14, T6S, R22E. except E 40', R21E. $100:, '. 1 t o ',r 1i ., ,m f ,v .
j --", 1+ '- ear .,;
Starke location was cited for having $39,500.: ,. { : N "'.;-inI' .
large rooms and good landscaping. Ronald Hersey and wife to Melvin Y.. I
Donald M. Hale Norton D. Inlow. Crawford and wife, SEVt of SWVI, Sec. ....... ::t !
i and W.L. Reynolds Jr. to J. Duston 23. TBS, R22E. $40,000. 0r l
Walters,23 acres. Lots 1-28 Inclusive James Arthur Clark Jr to Donald '; ,i r
In Block .'A." and lots 1-27 inclusive Lee Hardenbrook the south 345.07' of '" ..
In Block "B" of a replat of part of Mt. NEMi of NWV4 of SWV4 of Sec! 1, T6S, J, -" aUfie sA33V

Pleasant on Sliver Lake 100000. R21E. $6,800.Jonas .t &' : i
Edward Roberts and wife to Arthur Clark.Jr. to Joseph B. -
Timothy Dale Roberts, a two acre Bakken 111 and wife, NEH\ of NWy4 of '. + '
square parcel.295'on each side, In the SWUi of Sec. 1.T6S, R2IE, except the ,MMPM I,, w .r
SW corner of Lot one In Sec. 11, T5S south 345.07', $6,76657.
R22E, "Woodlawn" $100. Ronnie C. Davis and wife to James r'I' I" : foe I J. ? S: a y l'nee rmA 1 t.. P p.)
Freddie D. Wlldlson to Freddie D. A Padgett and wife the E'/i' of EH of z /
Wlldison and wife, the Wtt of Lot 60, WMi of EVi of Lots 30 and 43, lying
Woodlawn subdivision, south of SR- south of a graded county road in

125, Sec. IS, TSS R22E $100. Woodlawn Sec. 11, TiS, R22E ,. ''
F. Delano Thomas Clarice T. Wood 12783. .' :.5'} r ; ., LIMY'c/ wA
and husband, A.J. Thomas, Jr. and Carter Const. of Tallahassee to r /

wife Guy Andrews and wife, and Mrs. Robert E. Carter,Lots 25, 28, and 27 of ., + .r
Aubrey Maura Jr. to Gerald Griffls Conerly Estates $7.500. a N r r...+ .fie fy 7., ti+N NN i r
Construction, Inc. Lots 1.32 3435. 45- Carter Construction of Tallahassee, iiw ? ? a '
48 and Lots 7 and 8, less 60' of lots 7 Inc. to J.W. Teate and wife, the Ml* ofNEU ,
and 8, Parkwood Subdivision $63,000 of Sec. 18. T6S R22E. 923.300. ,+ Iw MJ
Geneva Lake Estates,Inc.to Alonzo Afrordable Homes, Inc. to RichardS. ."UJ
T. Mallard and wife. Lot 39 Geneva Mintz Lot 71 on Pine St. of Crystal 1 ? a T

Lake Estates, 43700. Lakes Homesltes, 24900. J ..
The Ott Corp. to Thomas E. Affordable Homes, Inc. to Joann f6
I. Downey.Lot 1 of Seminole Ridge Unit McGovern Lot 69 on Pine St., Crystal + MO
7. in fractional Sec. 12. T9S, R22E, Lake Homesltes 249110.
47000. Geneva Lake Estates Inc. to lack M. Courtaay'to Raymond A. I .
Mary B. Porch and husband to Jeanne Goodson Lot 17. Geneva StaIIwl.- f and wife Lots 1 and 2, wAf WNI tt / +?At+vron ie .
Denton Sumrall and wife, a parcel of Oaks $5,300Sandra Block B Ie.Hampton Oaks Replat ? I 1
band In the SW corner of W'/4 of E'/i, of G. Hansford to Ralph H. $7,400,./. ;. .
BEV4 of SWV4 of Sec. 27. T6S, RUE, Flllmon and wife EVfc of Block 1, of IrraaMae,,- Langford to Sharon A.
$1,500. Govt. lot 2 of Lakeside Subdivision, Hall a portion of the SEV4 of Sec. 30, II r, ,6--T-----

Denton Sumrall and wife toCecSlia $25.000. T7S.Il2lElOp.Beckwilh, 1!: ., Homer R.: Ford; and wife, and JohnR. : :
Terwillegar parcel of land at the Robert C. Moser and wife to Realty,, Inc. to Guy E. Foxworth. Sr. and wife to RichardR. I' a
SW corner of WIoC\! E 4 of SE'X. of Maurice Billy Overstreet and wife, Forsytbe and wife, Lot 20, GenevaCreekubdivtaion .Peugh and wife a part of the NEV4 ? '
SWV4 of Sec. 27, T6S R22E $3,000. Lot 20, Keystone Oaks $36.66667. 7800. of Sec. 28. TSS, R22E $14,000. j ( wda h'a '. ,
James E. Houck and wife to Deborah M. to L. JarniM Carratt to Lillie Barnett :
Craig Wright Stephen A.:1 I
t : W.H.Maxwell and wife to James W. r
J. Mattox. two parcels of land In the Writ and wife a parcel of land In { .27 as per map of Hampton and wife a parcel of land in I 1
SIof: Sec. 22. T9S, R22Eor Lots 18 of NEVI and NO (If SEV4, crignalWwA'-0t Starke, Sec. 28, TBS the NE'/4 of NEVi of Sec. 30. T7S
and 19 of Seminole Kidge Unit 2, Block 12,of Gasklns addition to Starke _
4ai.rbougherty R22E ton. $3.400. >
35000. Sec. 129 TGS, R22E. Block 12E, $100. and husband' W.H.,Maxwell and wife to Claude A. ,.... ...,........., '" ..,. .'" VJv i
Gardner and wife .... ,. .
William M. to Clyde G. Herman F. Crews and wife to tpo GeraMljlay Paugherty, a Houser and wife, ft parcel of land In 'f'
and Roberta oe.l land in the NWV4 of the 'I..o.j! I.\ .'
Columbia wife fractional lot S In George Insurance, Ira Lot 1 NWV4 'of of Sec. 30 T7S ,
block In of of of Great Oaks subdivision 'of R21B. $100. he( NEVI NEVI<| Ann McRae Wingate to Harry Tison ._ lf< .
one plat original a part rat Sea.14.,. !1S v,,. R22E!:, In Hampton $4.009. '" ",''''1- .* q {
Starke and all portion of NWV4 of the SEV4 of SEV4 of Sec.29, T6S R22E! ; l .iq -Ie.; onway to 'Lyvonne Belcher to Charles B. and wife a parcel of land near the V '
SK' i In Sec. 28, TBS R22E East of $16.000. Conway, Lots 3 and 4 of Great Oak Belcher Benton' : of land Inter- point 330' South of NW corner and on n < fJ \
Lot S and between lot 5 and Church Carolyn Elaine Rowe to Carolyn aubdi) stop>>: In a portion of the SEV4 of a parcel and WestmorelandSt near the west line of SE'/4 of NW'/ Sec. 31, ""V'.' I '/ '

,''I St., $5,000. Elaine Rowe and Bertie McKinney 3 SEV4; ,,,of Sec. 29 T6S. R22E, $100. aectlonof'fhlrdSt.. T6S, R22E, $100. ,
Frank Porreca and wife to Norman acres being 210' N and S by 53C)' E and AMvwy W.RlUnmelandwlfetoJackD.Oar Donald, $100. ''r,j'''McRae'' and wife to James M. Broome, and wife to t
J. Contl and wife Lots 8,9. 11 and 12 of W In NW corner of NWV4 of NEW.See. : and wife, a portion of the 'I'homa.V1uHaines and wife Morris F. Broome and wife, parcel A M
r Block "C" of N.C. Jones Addition to 3, T7S. R22E, $100. SWV4 ol.....SW Vi of Sec, 3, lying north of parcel in the NE corner of the S Mi\ of NEU\ of '
in of Sec.
NE'/4 36
of land the S'/i \J
Starke in Sec. 28, T6S, R22E $21,700. Othma E. Norman and wife to of SR1 T$5B3.; $35,000.Blanche NW',4 of Sec 20. TBS R22E, $300. <& :", /.
'roS,121 7000.
James H. Alvarez to James H. Gregory A. Padgett and wife a parcel ,Pt)lUps to Ervin Hamm : Carole, McRae Stevenson and Helen Marshall and Kat Carter and \ t i
Alvarez and wife, S two-thirds of Lot of land In Woodlawn In Sec. 19, T5S, .M lot 90' frontage U r and S by 128' E William Michael McRae to Thomas F. B.B. Rowland and wife to Ed rv '!*> 6e ,r.rl( ,
I 12 and N two-thirds of Lot 13 of Block R22E $23,000.Ernest MIA,"--of I.oU.Block, 1. Lawtey W of Haines and wife of land In Sherrouse and wife. Lot 1 and south 56 ". '
12 In Livingston and Dell to Earl F. Jones and 'raHrqad. $ee., 23, TSS. R22E.' 8000. a parcel feet of Lot 2 of Block one of R.N. n ; Y .
the S'/i of NEV4 of Sec. 38 rtiS R21E :;
,: ,
Company's Addition to Stare, Sec. wife the S150' of EVi of NEV4\ of SEV4 i Thomas TF Mixson and wife to .Dowling. Addition to Starke. 23300. V v -j
28 T6S, R22E $100.I of Sec. 18, TBS R22E 1900. Claude I.L, .aswe and wife, WU of lot $1,000. Vasco Underhill to Rex Marshall ;1 i .
E. Park to O. Rowe -' t
; The Ott Corp to Hector L. Ownbeyand Hattie Easley to Hattie MM :Block IGasRlnsAddition to Starke.a Richard Jerry: Underhill,a parcel of land In the SW>4 ,
Block Green
and wife Lot 4 1
wife.Lot 2 of Seminole Ridge No. Logging, Katherine Solomon, Juliette subdivision I in NEVI of SEV4, of Sec. ( ,of NWV4 of NW'4, Sec. 7, TBS R22E ,
17 Sec. 12, TOS, R22E $3.600. Long Amanda Chandler. LegreeBARGAINS 29, T6S; R22E.' $46,000. Acres;$38,800 $100. i ,

CUB Pack 73 Seat.B', i (Users Fare Better Than Nonusers : I

Holds Paper DriveCub \" TALLAIIASSEE-Traffic! accident their lives'or reducing the severity. of Of 1,314 occupants killed in auto vehicle there would be a tremendous 3
figures! for 1977 Indicate that persons their injuries. rashes In 1977 1,229 or 93 percentwere reduction in traffic fatalities which ifi
wearing. seat belts fare mud better Records for 1977 statewide crashes not wearing seat belts. Studies 1977 amounted to 2,066 people being
Pack Troop 73 of Starke, under than nonusers when involved in a ,of all'drivers show that one person have shown that approximately 25 killed. During the same period
the direction of Cubmaster Mike crash, 'says the' Florida Highway was killed for every 1,279 vehicles Involved percent of people killed in auto 160,096 people received injuries in
West, will be holding a paper drive Patrol. In accidents in 'wl.ich the crashes would not become fatalities if traffic crashes" Colonel Beach
Saturdays for the next four weeks 1 GROUP i / occupants: were wearing seat belts. Of they would wear seat belts. Of the states. -
t from 9 a.m. until p.m. In the parking Patrol' Director Colonel' 'Eldrlge those not wearing seat belts, one in 1,229 killed In Florida who were not
j lot of the First United Methodist SKIRTS & SLACK Beach V Is a firm believer in seat re- every 347 was killed. In other words wearing seat belts approximately 300 ; ...' } iJ)) =
Church. ,; istrainta and Insists that all trooperswear the chances of being killed when not could have been saved. 1

them. Many troopers who have wearing a seat belt is three and one- "If drivers and passengers would I:There Is more iron In three
Friends of scouting can support the /2 Off i. waking seat with while 'half times greater than it is when wear seat belts not just on long trips |large egg than In three
scouts by bringing paper to the lot credit belts saving wing a seat belt. but every time they get Into their ounces of tuna. I

where a truck will be on duty or if .
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assistance for transporting the paperIs SHOES
required pick-up can be arrangedby

Schmidt calling 964-6774.Mike West Boys 964-8496 wishing or John to % Off if

Join the scouting program can obtain What 'Will $2.00 Buy In Todays i.

the required!Information at that time. w. Hope W.

Have Your Size/
Boys in the age group 8-10, or
grades 3-5,qualify for cub scouts and GOODSELECTION EconomyA -
11-18, or sixth grade and for
age up '
k' :
boys scouts. At present Cub Pack 73 I OF WHAT SELLS IH

,;. has two dens meeting weekly under JEANS Classified Ad In The Bradford County '
the direction of den mothers Linda inn WANT ADS; i

.r Smith and Fay Williams Expansion ,
", of the pack to four or five dens Is expected Specially PricedSUNDRESSES V i ."r e'A010ee to"ti Baby Beds
over the next several weeks as "'" lk'rttt... "
I promotion In the Starke Elementary \U-r ., Bunk Beds
YJ ff_
schools proceeds. Special %
f ofvu.erloeoe Or commendation Is in order for Mike inn .'. .,"'''V V Cars :
i and Linda and Fay as well as for ,
,, committee members, who have % Off Housel'-!
unstintedly given of their time and The Union Tmes'Mol, -' -. 't
talents these several months % '
past to
\ I n $. Wend *... Tractors .3
1 ''organize troop 73 for the children of JACK WINTER ., .. .. r LAKI BUTLIR PLORIOA? UOS4 ; I" ,;" _

our community. .... _. Farms
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;::, ..,-IDuslhelt118 8i,. Th.Lakeeglon'J Goats

Monitor :
Bus Available ,,SKIRTS .e Iff It W..klf 1'. O. Box 1171,, 3

,, PINTS 2i.na. Keystone,Heights Florid And Other Its>... '
BWBS. aaaee
To SFCC Campus ,

STOCK .. ,
Free transportation from &tarke to

Santa Fe Community College main JUST ARRIVED Results Fast In The Want :Ads.c :
campus in Gainesville Is now availI I Close-Out of Qalnesvlll StorM Gtt \ .

able, announced SFCC coordinatorDr. .. .
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Bernie McFadden. Chepk RackiPor'Unaqvertlsed 7' r

/ ; Specl.sILIICIEI'S ;(.
i The bus leaves the Bradford School L.1 i\' ., .aADoa, ,1
.rr bus barn behind the middle school '.:,. a4 I
. I >> each school day at 6-43: a.m. and returns ,$ 1 .M .. :
4. b ,
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! each afternoon at 4:30 p.m. The [ '4., e grapl1 L 43r

f'' P bus will also stop at the Jiffy Store at lULU '.. 'Z ueswu4 : :, j : .. ,
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r '.. y t for the students Intersection I In the of Hampton US-301 and Brooker SR-18 STUKI ill....... .1I&I."" waelN'IIN ",I i-4$, '* .*.'-,*'-"*. ,-ji\ ': "....... .......,_ ._. :. r r :

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