Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04174
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04174
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\ After three years of sometimes the store when Lundgren was slaying by children playing In a .;;.
baffling investigation. Bradford working, had apparently been shot In wooded area off SIM6.
I County Sheriff Dolph Reddish has the store and In an attempt to fleet One month after his trial began..
announced the arrest of two>> men In was picked up by the murderers ana Taylor was sentenced to three consecutive
'connection: with the double murders of driven to a wooded area on SR-18. life sentences: on three counts
two'youths' In the mysterious 1975 According to sheriffs reports at the of first degree murder. Taylor was
Zippy Mart murders. Klrchalne about also indicted In other states, resulting
staggered 90
The semi-truck nemWruck laid he didn't the SCL trick slewlag
ended up la the ditch after Impact with ice was before from murder after the
the SCL truck: which was slowed to tare off 301 onto SCL *.a *""". There.Is only a grass roadway where the JCL A v warrant was signed Friday. feet falling to the ground with Melrose a Incident,spree In which he
rightof-way" for work. ea adjacent railroad. Driver ef he truck was making. Its turn. September 15, by Bradford County five gunshot wounds. reportedly killed at least 20 people .;.
Judge Elzle Sanders for the arrest of Ironically the most tragic murderin across the country. He Is currently :-:
Robert Hlnaon\40, of Gainesville and the history of the county was Just serving his sentence In Colorado with
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i Injured in. Crash on 301 North, of Highland but 33 incarcerated also of Gaines- getting wrapped up when the Zippy the Bradford County Sheriff's depart-
'ville currently : with
., J Mart murders occurred. The trial of ment still retaining a hold on him.

Four persona were' Injured, two Small 81. of Starke and Charles cular to the road after being truck .defendent the Department is charged of Corrections.with two counts Each Carl Robert Taylor began September Reddish Is hoping the long-awaited
seriously, when an open stakebody Foster 38. of Gainesville were from behind bv the front'end of'the' 22, In connection with the murders of arrest of the Zippy Mart defendents
of first
degree murder, one count of
dual wheel truck Blowing to turn oft treated and released from the tractor of the semi-tractor and trailer- kidnapping and one count of robbery. two beauty shop operators and a will produce similar results.
US-301 wag run over by a semi-truck hospital. Foster was the driver of the rig Tools from the SCL truck were Himon bait had two previous arrests, teenage girl near Melrose.'The Reddish said that he Interviewed at
the The teenage girl 18 year-old daughter of least 12 suspects over the past three
and trailer two miles north of ill-fated SCL work truck. scattered all down roadway.
robbery charge that was dismissed_
Highland last Friday Sept 15. The. smaller Seaboard Coastline semi tractor and trailer ended up In and a a DWI. one of the beauty shop operators,was years with Investigations of any
Semi driver Frank'Catania was (SCL) truck was turning right off the the ditch. The two defendant. will face a the subject of a nationwide search persons who could have been
admitted to Bradford County Hospital, four-laned highway onto SCL right-of- According to Trooper John' Alvers Grand until her remains were found seven remotely connected with the case
.Bradford County Jury In the
and of the FHP the big truck skidded104V months after the November 1971, numbering much higher than that.
with fracture of nose arms* way. Two members of the three la the next30 to 60 days, according to
plus cuts and bruises. truck were in the open cab in the truck to the point of contact with the Reddish, and the Sheriff Is optimistic
SCL crewman M.M. Adklns, 35; of, bed Truck driver Frank Catania &8. SCL truck. The SOL., truck' traveled: about the\ outcome. If the two men are
Riddick was admitted to BCH with told the Florida Highway Patrol he BT4" from the point of contact the,, ::oDvl ted, the Bradford County
multiple fractures! of the neck and didn't notice the SCL truck was rear of the semi-truck. Sheriffs Department will have gone 12 First Primary
right arm. Adkins was transferred ban slowing to turn. The Impact threw all three
full circle in soiving-the two-worst>>
Ocala hospital later last Friday. The SCL truck Was turned onto Ms occupants of the SCL truck: ; out onto'1'Uie .
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1 i Primary' lead In the Zippy Mart At October-5 VoteLocal -
I Hiring Second Policeman! Provides: Fuel for Latest ControversyThe tease Information supplied about
'''month ago> to the Bradford County
new Hampton City Council was the police department. Discussion for a council seat said that the town Sheriff's Department; and State Graham 354,223 to 255.865. Shevin's
overheard outside the hall after had elected Huber as a full-time Office area and state political
and heated town Attorney's Investigator
greeted by controversy total was 35 percent of the Florida
discussion by citizens and other,,dty Wednesday night's meeting hinted ata marshal, at a salary of. $500 per .Clark working on the care Sheriff candidates who survived the votes with Graham grabbing 25
officials in the' regular September growing gap between two factions In month.and that Huberts; definitely Reddish,, 'gave credit to all the September 13 first primary will now of the vote. Jim Williams and
embark the second leg of the 1978 percent
Concerned Hampton's lull ttme'marshal. Off involved In the on
meeting last Wednesday night, and in Hampton the Citizens agencies case. Hanz Tanzler finished third and
for the
, this Tuesday Council about 100) strong and every hand comments had been heard political race the campaign
, i special meeting past would Alachua County Lieutenant .October & second primary.On fourth In the primary, both polling 13
else. earlier, that the new
night where the council the body
approved Bubba" Roundtree and two other the local scene three Democratic percent of the vote.
marshal The after* meeting conversations call for two part-time marshals, but
hiring of another Uachua Sheriffs Eckerd was an winner In the
suggested that the Concerned Chairman Curtis said that Huber's deputies. Joined by primaries will decide Bradford easy
Leonard Darah, Wilma McDaniel, Citizen's Council was "tryingto salary would definitely not be cut. Bradford Deputy Don Denton and County IeIU.Incumbent. Republican test being picked on 64
State Attorney's office: Investigator E.W.''Hodges will try to percent of the ballots to< whip Lou
Lola Summers
-. Williamson, Charles Rowland, take over the town, because they Mayor William was
N .and Chairman Ted Curtis Were swornin had captured all the council seats,and strongly -opposed to hiring two Wiley Clark at 2 p.m., began a 14 hour retain his District 4 County Frey 235,807 to 134,317.
Wednesday) Sept. 20 as the new were trying to decrease or oust the marshals, and he pointed out that surveillance at 5:30: a.m. Friday atHinson's Commission teat against challenger Candidates In the Secretary of State
Hampton City Council. Curtis is the authority of the town offices they had until the city charter is changed the home In Gainesville. The Paul I, Meng. In the September 12 and Attorney General's races are still
only returning council member. Dave not placed candidates in. (Although mayor has the final decision on police arrest waa made at 7:30: Friday night polling Hodges topped Meng, 1,541, waiting a recount of every state vote
Huber was re-elected as town Darrah was not officially backed By department matters. City Attorney when Hinson arrived home from his votes to 1,149. Steve Cardin ran third'In before the official I results of the first
marshal, and Iris Hart won the city the Citizen's Council,Secretary of the ,Jack Nettles said that two recent state Job as a tile setter, the first primary, being eliminatedby Democratic primary can be
clerk position. would Helen Jacks said that they acts nullify some points In Hinson Is being held with no bond at a scan. 98 vote margin by Meng. determined.
have backed him If they had!. municipality charters. Bradford County Jail; while Griffin. The District 2' Bradford Early counts had George Firestone
The election was a victory for the known he was planning to run.) "The reorganization of the court jt the request of Sheriff Reddish, Is Into Commission runoff will Involve E." comfortably ahead In the Secretary of
Hampton Concerned Citizen's More fireworks 'erupted Tuesday system now sends traffic citations to : process: "of being transferred to "Nook" Norman and Mark Adkins. State contest with the battle for the
Council which had backed McDaniel, night when Buford Parker.questioned the county Judge, and the home rule Florida State Prison from River After absentee ballots were counted second spot in the second primary be-
Williamson, Rowland, and Curtis. (the selection by the new council of act gives the individual city Junction Community Center wherehe Norman's September 12 margin of tween Beverly Dozier and Richard. i
Jack Nettles as the city attorney. commissions authority! over the city's was serving time,for>violation of victory was 98 votes over Adkins. Renick too close to call. ,
'The controversy at the two Nettles was the Concerned Citizen's 'police departments -Nettles said parole on a manslaughter charge. The Attorney Jesse J. Wolbert was The same situation prevails In the
meetings this week centered around :Council's: attorney during the water The new city attorney added that reasons for the transfer were given by eliminated in the first primary Utomey General race where Jim
system controversy' and recall) Hampton's city charter drawn up in Reddish as availability and lighter polling a third place 915 votes. Smith was a landslide winner In the
election this summer the 1920's, la grossly outdated. lecurity.Described. Norman Is making his first run for first unofficial poll counts. Behind
Jane Hall a member of the The charter, however does call for as the second worst office while Adkins was a slim 27-vote :Smith. Alan Becker and Barry
Concerned Citizen's Council stated a day and night policeman and murder In the history of the area the loser to present District 2 Richard were running neck and neck.
that Nettles was hired expressly for Chairman Curtis told Summers to saga of the Zippy Mart murders Commissioner George Roberts in the
the recall election and the Gainesville check with the charter after the began on September 11,1975, when 19- 1976 election. I
lawyer was no longer mayor questioned the need for two year-old Glen Cavell Lundgren was J.R. (Jim) Lawson Just missed
connected with the Citizen's Council. policemen. found unconscious on the floor of the winning the District :3 County School Election DayIs i
One citizen also suggested that all Summers said "How long have we Zippy Mart at the Intersection of SR- Board seat In the first primary.
Hampton residents should be survived with Just one marshal? Mr. 18 and US-301. Lundgren had been Lawson, a political newcomer, drew
"concerned citizens," whether Huber is doing a fine Job." ihot once behind the right ear with a 1.801 votes to Ronnie Thomas' 1,030 j
affiliated with the organized group or "Read the charter." Let's replied .22 caliber pistol and was rushed to and Reverend Leroy Davis' 863. The ThursdayBradford
we'll have two now Curtis Shand. Teaching Hospital Gaines- first primary voting left Lawson 97
K&-Thursday,Slip t21 *3 not.Tuesday night Chairman Ted Curtis The council also brought up several ville after he was discovered: by a 'votes short of a first primary win so County citizens will go>> to
appointed Lola Williamson chairman practices that they considered truck driver at 1:05: a.m. the morning he will now hit the campaign trail the polls with the rest of the Sunshine I
/ FOOTBALL of a police committee comprised of questionable before Huber. A receipt of the 11th. Lundgren who had been again in a runoff race against his State on Thursday October 5, to place '
:"-. ales Junior Varsity Charles Rowland, Wilma McDaniel from the Handy Way was brought In staying with relatives in Hampton for Southgate neighbor Ronnie Thomas their votes'' In runoff elections-for i
:., vs.Eastaido. and Williamson. The council also by an unidentified person that listed a Ux months; died two hours after the No runoff will be needed In the most voters It will be the first time I
: High, approved,, on a motion by Leonard five dollar gas purchase charged to hooting, never regaining conscious fourth race as incumbent District 1 they have ever filled out a ballot on a
*' d0N1on'aField Darrah.the use of two policemen, one she city for Huber's private car. The ne... School Board member Arthur day other than Tuesday
-' III Gainesville .day and one night.City Clerk!Iris Hart marshal explained that he writes a A second victim Keith Klrchalne: Gasklna turned back the challenge of
-''- 4 p.m. 't. will now, advertise for1' the second check to the city'at the end of each 16. was found at 12:45: p.m. the same Vernon E. Olin 2,283 votes to 1,390 In Yom Kippur-the Jewish Day of
;r.: t position. Also passed was a motion' month for gas charged for his private clay by a passing motorist on SR-18, the first primary. Atonement falls on October 10 the
,/ Tornado Varsity that the police car stay locked up in car and that he has been following the about a. mile east of Graham. second Tuesday of the month, and the
55k. ".. the firehouse in Hampton when the same procedure for the past three 1 Klrchaine who frequently stayed at WUIIa ms Sets Foiled normal voting day, so the voting
-" < ,lIuctlholZ High marshal was off duty, but Chairman month Challenge" DIaL IS calendar has been altered to allow I
:V. 1 1 p.m. Curtis pointed out that with two Chairman Curtis requested that the Starke native Frank Williams, fresh Jews to celebrate their holiest day of '
1 :' at Florida Field marshals this would not be a problem.In practice be stopped in the future and off a Democratic primary win over the year and still vote. Yom Kippur
--.' in Gainesville' Wednesday night discussion>> Huber asked to ..weekly in Biker Killed Tom Rivers now will go against culminates the week-long Jewish New,. '
( Marshal Dave Huber stated that he order to cover his prate expenses. Republican Howard Dunn In his battle Year holiday called Rosh Hashanah. "
I I was told that he could have the policecar Curtis said that would be impossible, for reelection to his District 25 State ,
Saturday.Sept.21 to drive to and from work when he since the checks have to be approved Representative poet.That race will be i
;; was hired. at the end of the month. Riding on 301A decided in the November General, j
PAPER DRIVE Most of the citizens,attending the Lola Williamson said that she had Election.

: 9.- p.m. Tuesday night,meeting agreed that seen the Hampton patrol car In Jacksonville bicyclist was killed Williams beat back Rivers, a St Inside : ; l
:i' IVCubkWt the town did need two marshals but Gainesville one morning at around 6 :
,;: ,in night-time collision with a car on Johns County school teacher 0,991 to t
."" First United Methodist some'questioned the availability of a.m. Huber denied the charge,and his 'SR-200\'tvee! miles south of Starke 4,330. In his, home county ,William / K.
Church Parking. Lot funds Huber bad pointed out in'Wedneeday' 'wife stated that her husband was at to first Society Pages..2A,2ASAEditorials : i
SundaySeptember 17 at :11) was a 2,614 1,095 primary
meeting that the police home at the time, and the patrol car The Florida Highway Patrol Report p.m. winner ... ,...,..,..P.ge4AObituaries i!f; .
.. ',- Warner ,department was in dire need 'of was parked
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several ne ltem. 'noting that the!
: DANCElerel.meatary Wednesday night;Curtis questioned'Huber's driver., Rebekah Keadle Box. 739 Trio Vie ForGeveraer'sSeal ,
178-79 budget did not include, .!..:.. .
t any use of city stationery for- a South Westmoreland Street Starke. ;' Sports. ..r p..n..
ft. and allocations for new police equipment letter that was circulated throughout of any wrongdoing the accident in In middle school students Huber mentioned a first 'aid kit, a the city before the''election after which she ran into George H.Jones as race Is down to three teams/.A record -
in the police and a need for Ads'.. .. .., .
:;. \ and adults screen car defeated marshal candidate Steve be rode his bike northbound on SR-200 amount campaign money was spent Want :' Page.*$
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Civil Defense BuiMlnflCommunity I
Varnum brought the matter before (US Ml;" In the first Gubernatorial primary I
-.fJ \ file-r1/s19 pm.i' to the sheriffs department by means the council. Huber stated that he was The PUP report says- Miss Box was ,which gave the teams of Robert I .
.. ,,' of,a sheriffs band on the car radio not soliciting a vote in any sentence driving In the same direction as Jones Shevln Jim Glisson and Bob Graham 'I.-
... t.....,... ,the letter; iu purpose was merely. to but was unable to' see (the rider Wayne Misses tickets to the second \ ..
remind people vote. because be didn't Democratic primary and Jack Eckerd -k--Ruling 1: '
Huber stated that the city should JII'OUghta
; m br ( strongly consider getting an adequate 'The police contimitee( will now' review and reflectors on his byclcle* The Paula Hawkins the Republican "It t.rf governing; v'difficult. ,
V: jltaJt Sank ''police department with one marshal budget allocations and police accident raport also shows that Jones nomination and a spot in the Goethe i
was traa tW too far from the right November 7 General Election. '. \ ."V..l' if
before hiring another salaries and hours for two. marshals. ," '
t"")aNW.N. ,...Me.,ww'' s..r.d MV'' '*"Concerning 'salaries..'lUlmon E.I.,. reaching .a. decision, before,";tbe ,dde of tta.NsjVway. ,when.the accident Sherin was the Democratic winner ; .;;-'t: ,,' .;i;<;l ;q:1'i':'
: M*".De-c..*. Waldren, who recently! lost in his bid October meeting. In the September 12 primary.beating I
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Beth Moore Presents Program To HomemakersMrs. Iff Ite- /% t !ftile : lfYlte' 4ewilra4

Beth Moore Emergency resusltatlon It Is very Important to
Medical Technician, gave an interesting remember to pinch the note, tilt the
and Informative talk and head and neck back a little and keep I r
demonstration on artificial resuscl- breathing Into the victim's mouth m"/f .s.cWy !klr, 964-7608
nation and choke saver at the Brad-- until he starts breathing again. r P' ...- -- --
ford County Homemaker's club Speed 1s essential since the airway
Sept 14, at the breathing and circulation Is being cut
Agriculture Building. off from the brain. This .to especiallytrue Teenage Volunteers Attend; ConventionAt
The choke method demonstrated .U in Cardlo Pulmonary Resuscitation
called the llalmllch Maneuver. Disney World
People can get choked on some very Mrs. 'Moore says that full CPR
simple pieces of food when It gets courses are given from time to time, The Bradford Teenage Volunteers They enjoyed this "bun session" because
caught or lodged on the windpipe but anyone Interested in taking one should attended the Fifth annual Teenage they got to know each other a
the normal method will-usually dislodge call 964-C181. She this U the Volunteer convention held Sept 4-10 at little better.
It. This consists of the hand-fist .number of the local jail but that Is the the Contemporary Hotel at Disney Entertainment was provided next
thrust where you use a hand and flit Rescue Squad's permanent contact World, while the girls were being leveeS a
placed Just a little above the victim's point. She stressed the point that the The Bradford Hospital Auxiliary delicious lunch. The entertainment
naval. You give a hard push upward, Jail is in permanent contact with donated money to send five delegatesto consisted of skits being performed by
being very careful not to touch any them. She says that some people still the convention The girls chosen several different hospitals The day ..sti
bones In most cases this will dislodge make the mistake of calling thehospftat. were: Donna Brantley ,Cindy classes ended with a talk on "The
the' bone, and you have only two That only slows down rescue Lawson Ann Brooks, and Debi Broad Horizons of Nursing." /
minutes to do this. U this first try workami seconds and minutes can be Overstrect. Also attending was their The girls and Chaperones were free 1
doesn't work you then give three firm very Important. sponsor Mrs. Doris Over-street. The then to do as they liked until 8:30: p.m.
slaps on the back and alternate these remaining Volunteers attending were at which time the Magic Kingdom was
two methods until the object Is dislodged PADGETT REUNION Joy Bell Robbin Stephens, Kelly opened up U them until 1:30 a.m. Atthis ,
Only In the most severe casesIs SUNDAY.SEPT. Slade. Wendl Lloyd and Lisa Carter time several top bands. performedin
the method used with the person The Padgett family reunion will be Chaperones were Mrs. Patty hey, the streets and the girls had unlimited
lying on the ground. No longer lilt required held Sunday, Sept 24, at the home of Mrs.Aleta Slayer Mrs.Susie Lott and use of the attractions and
for a person to grab a. small Mrs Orene Co wart on Union Church Mrs. Barbara! Carter rides. fj
child by the feet and turn him upside Road In Bradford County. The girls left Starke early Friday The convention adjourned Sundayat
down( when he Is ch klng: Usually A covered dish dinner will be served afternoon and arrived In Orlando with 11 a.m. following a buffet breakfastand
three or four firm slaps on the back between 1 and 1:30 p.m. time to spare before festivities began, a talk on cancer patients and how
will loosen the object. ,AU friends and relatives are invited On Friday night they attended a'Iloopdedo" as volunteers the girls play a vital "
Some of the first signs of a person .to attend. In the Pioneer Hall at part in making these people feel useful
getting choked are him putting his e .. Frontier Land. While there they and needed during long hours of
hand to his throat being unable to, enjoyed a marvelous stage show while tests and treatments. The girls were j
speak or breathe and his face turning Stan Reddish and Christy Lewis returned -
being served a western style dinner. each awarded a certificate of .. '
blue. He might even collapse.In to the University of South Following a continental breakfast attendance .L1
administering mouth to mouth'' Florida en Tuesday. Saturday morning everyone met for The girls would like to express their ; ,

"- roll call and pledge of Allegance led thanks too their parents who have beenso .
-- --- --- ----- by Donna Brantley. There were 418 patient with them this past year. I'
Volunteers at the convention. Thanks goes out to the staff of Bradford
ATTENTION 'SENIORCITIZENS They enjoyed a very Informativetalk County Hospital. They have \
on Kidney Dialysis and trans worked with the girls terrifically In
I plants Immediately following this the their nursing/! programs and been very
girls broke into groups to discuss their tolerant of their mistakes
different programs and what each one A special thanks goes to the ladles
is permitted to do In their hospitals of the Hospital Auxiliary. Without .' i\ :
Beginning immediately, the Florida Bankat theme the Volunteers would not have ,
rhn been able' to attend the convention
Starke is providing a service charge, free Mrs. Porno This is the first 'convention the '
Volunteers have attended and
they ,
checking account for SENIOR CITIZENSTo Honored At Going hope; It won't be their last. LL: L '

Away Luncheon el rk.J I4

qualify you need to be 65 years of age Mrs Robert Pomerhn was honoredat Eastern Star Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Leasure

or older. You will need to notify the bank a going away luncheon Wednesday Supper Sept. 23
of last week given by Mrs. Richard Marybeth Withers and Chuck Leasure
by calling or stopping by to give your name Little. Mrs. Randal.Newland, Mrs.
Gareth Jones and Mrs. Richard Weltyat Starke chapter No. 224,Order of the '
latter Eastern Star,will have a covered dishsupperSaturdaySept.23at7pm.in Married Aua. 1 12 Jacksonville
and checking account number to receive the.home of the on HermitageDrive. -- .....

this free service.FiDrida Potted plants were used at points of the Masonic Hall. Miss Marybeth Withers, daughterof Mr. Leasure graduated from
'and their families are
Interest In the party rooms. All Masons Mr. and Mrs. Robert Withers of Baldwin High School In 1974. attended
Guests were seated at three card invited to attend. Jacksonville became the bride of Columbia College in Missouri and
Bank at Starke tables In the family room. ._. Chuck Leasure son of Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville University
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pomerhn and
Claude Leasure, of Starke, on The couple Is residing on Epperson
Jefferson at Clark Street, Starke Florida 32091, 904.964-70saj family are moving to Houston, Texasin Mrs Lu Struth Mrs.George Miller Saturday, August 12. at 7:3Up.m In street Starke.
October and Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr. spent last the Terry Parker Baptist Church
The Thursday morning bridge and week- at Ormond Beach. Jacksonville. ,
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j .rroiC luncheon club which Is meeting todayat A reception followed in the church BHS 197"Class'Plans
1..Iel91e Florida National sank* tiMO: Country Club Estates, also Susan Lynne Edwards was on the The bride Is a 1977 graduate of Reunion
rememberd Mrs. Pomerhn with. a Dean's list at FSU for the summer Terry Parker High School and
golng-away gift quarter. attended Florida State University.
There. will be a meeting make
plans for the reunion of the BUS Class
.,f 1967 thlsTuesdaV night. Sept. 26. at
7'30 In the Starke Elementary School
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September 26 & 27, 1978..

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';Junior, ,Club Has Debbie Shuford and Jessie Myers, Jr. Wed Sept. 9 at First Baptist Church I Ir9 'L I IMr. ,

OrlentatiolfPtogram',' .. S 'klrta Were accordlan pleated, A. reception was held In the church serving were Mrs. Sandra Reddish,
'President" Mrs. gathered on an empire waistline. Fellowship HaiL Mrs. J.E. Hardy M....Kay Waters Mrs Diane I
Chris Wilson( gave They carried autumn colored nose greeted the guests at the door and Miss Joann hall Mrs. LucileShuford
an orientation
program to inform pro gays of yellow I'GIIeILPNch miniature Miss Nancy Fullwood kep the bride's Mrs Clorla Shuford. Mrs i
specUve member of project and carnations, campagne dailies and book. Valarla Shuford and Mrs N.P.Joyner .
goals, at the Junior Woman's Club rust and yellow puma. The bride's table and punch table Mrs Charles Darby directedthe
meetlnii Monday Sept. U, at the club father wooree i liven ln marriage by her were covered with Army-Navy. cloths" wedding.
After an empire gown of white over yellow satin flounces and draped After the reception the couple left ton
a brief business meeting 4rV organza accented with Venire lace with garlands of
refreshments ; greenery. a wedding trip to the Blue Ridge
were served by lace: appliques with seed pearls Two three tiered silver candelabras and Smoky Mountains. *
hostesses: Mm. Wilson and Mrs ** the camisole bodice containing autumn flowers
and were The bride Is a graduate of Bradford
Carolyn Autry.A trimmed the bishop sleeves. Four placed on each side of the bride's High School and Lake City
,rows of VenlM lace bordered the skirt cake Rings of fern and flowers encircled Community College School of
hem and chapel l train. Her fingertip the cake and punch bowls. Nursing. She .la employed at the I
mantilla was bordered with scalloped Centering the food table was a large Jacksonville Children'sMr. Hospital. I
famines member Venlse lace and attached to a Juliet arrangement of red rover Myers graduated from *
and their was held by tile cap of lace accented with seed pearls. chrysanthemums, peach carnations, Maryville High School and Is attached
JuniorWoman's Club Sunday.Sept.17, She carried an autumn colored champagne daisies and yellow ana to the U.S. Army.
at the home of Mr. and .
Mrs Larry cascade of
yellow roses peach rust poms. After a one year tour of duty In
Crawford on Hampton Lake. miniature carnations, bridal fern and Mrs. Ft.A. Colson and Mrs Linda Germany the couple will reside In
.Hamburgers and hot dogs were white satin streamers. Johns cut the cake. Assisting In Starke.

enjoyed after an afternoon of ,agio _____ ,
swimming} and --__- m iii', I
socializing by the 40 ,\
members and guests. 1. :

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HospitalAuxiliary ''

To Meet Sept. 25 ;, & BALDWIN CHEVROLET OLDS 'c' I

The Bradford County Hospital : "
Auxiliary will meet Monday Sept 25, ; s i0'
at 7 p.m. for a covered dish supper ." :\ .' ;. ,: ,i
meeting at the Methodist Fellowship .
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Hostesses will be Ida Lou Plummer, '- ." I 'I' ,;.. ,
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Deborah Ann Shuford, daughter of .same flowers as were In the pedestal
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Shuford of Starke 'urns. The pews were marked with
and Jessie Olin Myers, Jr., son of large sprays of the fall shades and t\\
Jessie Olin Myers, Sr. and the late rust satin bows. .
Mrs.Myers of Louisville, Tenn.. were Alan Debusk attended as best man. .I,i
united in marriage Saturday Sept. 9, Ushers were Jim Shuford, brother of dealingon !
at 8 p.m., in the First Baptist Church the bride,Alan Allsop, Kenny Shuford
with Rev. Ben Bryant performing the and Bob Nowak. i '
Terry Lynn Aljets. nuptials. Mrs. Marsha Shuford, sister-in-law cars and j
William Prevatt Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist, and of the bride, was matron of honor. l li ,
Mrs. Joan Chltty, soloist, presented a. Attendants were Belinda McGuire,
Terry Lynn Aljets, program of nuptial music. Gayle Shuford, Seleeta Brown and trucks now! I
The table in the vestibule of the Joni Runwels. The attendants were t)
William PrevattEngagement church held an arrangement of fall attired alike In gowns of toffee shades 1 ,I
colored flowers. Centering the complimented with a blouson top.The I
ToldMrs. chancel was a gold IS'branch arch I
candelabra covered with red rover .
chrysanthemums, champagne .: / = I Io
Allison G. Aljets of Keystone daisies, peach miniature carnations BRADFORD
Heights is announcing the engagement yellow and rust poms, iprengerle and i COUNTVTELEGRAPII
of her daughter, Terri Lynn, to fern. Two large white pedestal urns Published every Thursdayat
William Jackson Prevatt son of Rev were filled with peach and yellow bas W.Call Street rY
.and Mrs. O.F. Prevatt of Starke. gladiolus, bronze and red rover Starke.Florida 32001
.,.' Miss Aljets Is a 1977 graduate ofc chrysantemums, peach carnations,
> (Ieights Jr. Sr. High School rust and yellow pone, champagne Second Class postage paidat
uiiu is currently a sophomore,at the daisies and jade and sprengerle.! Starke, Florida
University of Florida. Throughout the choir loft were gold!
, Mr., Prevatt Is a 1977 graduate of ",M:spiral and gold tree candelabras with* Subscription Hate; "s 1

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'T 'e place and date of the wedding 10 branch tree candelabras with, Outside trade area:isper .a 4
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He auty of the clean lines of 1902 red brick courthotme show off to good advantage with
Intervening open space left by fire.

"For Sale" but who would want to buy ," .. '" "
EDITORIAL I I this crumbling brick building at Call and I"
Thompson with Ha cracked facade that la a I I I) ,J f'J
constant threat Ui nassenbvT ,....-.w. ,, .:QI!

I Action Now Could Rescue Dying Downtown -r

The near disastrous fire that The bad news is that due to And this is not the first plan to
swept Starke's downtown narrow streets congested traffic be developed for our downtownarea.
business district last week has lack of adequate parking, and the Another was submitted by
opened up vistas of opportunityto unwillingness of absentee University personnel perhaps 20 _
restructure a deterioratingsection landlords to spend the funds years ago, but met a similar fate
of town that is fast being to gathering dust on the shelf
keep their
necessary property
evacuated by business houses in upgraded to modern standardshas until finally tossed in the garbagecan.
search! of modern buildings and .
adequate parking space. caused a steady stream of
evacuation to highwayfrontagelocations On the other hand -
Fire, under any circumstances, creating the type of so- Fernandina, now much larger
is to be deplored and usually called commercial strip than Starke, is a town with
results in a loss to the business development that is frowned vision, imagination, foresight,
erned, in spite of insurance upon by long range planners who and obviously, LEADERSHIP.
;;rage, since <-an Today their downtown district -* More green und 'lli '
nothings } ... ,, ry ) MncitYR; ; rv lumlkcaplntf "xui'h( Oil1 '
l hand r""ef.bJJa a c.
:)nsatc for -d vnHime core, or heart, or a being restored to its hfstorfiS* LJ M.. attractive ffff at JMlttvfte Womm'4"C- 'NilM'*Ia 1MOII4J !"
the high costs of getting central business and professional past, and will soon be a/show Head-high weeds Just off Call Street on Thompson needed in downtown area.
reestablished and becoming a district to hold the town togetheras piece that will attract'thousands 'could easily atari a fire that would threaten downtown
viable operation once again. a unified whole.In of tourists annually. True, Starke again.
Fernandina was aided by a grantof
But just as San Francisco recent years,through lack of a million dollars (with no It ,
emerged/ stronger and more foresight, imagination, and mostof strings attached, not even local t
IxMutiful from its devastating all leadership the original matching funds) but you can w :
.earthquake and Jacksonville business district of Starke has bet this money wasn't just'
aro.se from its catastrophic fire in been allowed to go to pot, with a dropped into their laps. Someone
the early 1900's so Starke, on a few exceptions. The number of worked,for it at who knows -J,
much smaller scale can seize the "vacant," "we have moved," or what cost in blood sweat, and
opportunity to create an "we are moving" signs on ,Call tears -i before it was obtained.In .
/attractive downtown focal point Street doorways are all the
that might actually turn the tide evidence needed to prove this spite of the prophets of .3
of emigrating businesses and trend. gloom and doom, we are not
make Call Street once more a ready to write off the Call Street
viable part of the business section of Starke. It still is, in our
community as it rightfully An excellent plan, developedby opinion, the glue that binds the
should IN as the historic center of two University of Florida town together, and when a returning
the city. landscape architects to revitalizethe native, or a one-time
downtown area, has been visitor sees the old courthouse

There is good news, as well as gathering dust in the Chamber of tower silhouetted against the ;grIt -
had news about Starke's Commerce office for three or four sky, he'at least knows where he y
downtown district. The good years, with little, if any, interest is he is in Starke;'Florida, and
news is that the central district is shown in trying to implement any nowhere else Is easy to imagine the beautiful Ir\l'! from (nil
still an important cultural area, part of it. True, some of the plan Street of the .'Ir l HapliHt (Church except for Inter
embracing/ the Public Library, was "long range" and might take Old Half Moon Hotel a health-and-haard menace tening cement block building left standing b>. lire.
the new City Hall, two of the twenty years to realize, but other Now is the time for all ihould be torn down for additional parking apace
town's most beautiful churches, segments of our society,
parts of it. such as changes in the
the U.S, interested maintaining the .
Post Office and the 1902 traffic pattern of the downtownarea
{Courthouse which will have town as a cohesive whole, rather
were workable and could ,
multiple uses when the soon to- have been implemented almost than a doughnut with an empty-'
begin inside restoration of the immediately with little or no cost center, to get together and see" I
building is completed. or effort. what can be done with the
burned-out area,(If and when it "
becomes available) as well as
other unsightly and hazardous ..4
CONVENTIONAL HOME MOBILE buildings in every block on Call
F NS FANS Street,_ that should have been
condemned by the City long ago.

: : as a menace to the health and
EST In ,0NwAc il.EPOr well-being of its citizens, if S sitlr
.. .. nothing else.The t
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ND windows along Call Street y "it+ t rat
may some day be boarded up
again. But if they are, we hope it
._ + is because of the threat of an
approaching hurricane and not
because of the lack of interest rr
Lp+lli and lack of leadership on the partof "

those who have been entrusted '
with the future. of our town. Dignified old Bradford County Bank building recently vacated' '
7 by HRS food stamp office shares corner with Pack Rat'-. ,';;
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ipc Piililwhed each Thursday and entered'as second Class Matter at the Post OHice m Starke.cis umlnrAitof
;? .h;: $ 4t'nJv' r td'd March ;3. 1879.
Subscription, rate in trade area$7 per year $4.K monthsOulsldetrjcfcjKM Unattractive cement block building on I
? 3 ;s Pas the Potato : f8 nor,.year.... : $4 60 sin months ., .. Walnut Street will soon be replaced by
5 unq Yy.., rhuoIOI i9>1 6305 ,' ."* "- : Starfce.Wa'!' < : t new educational building In keeping with
attractive architecture of first :Methodist.I .

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Charlotte Whitehead
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Luncheon Honoree i '
'':, r!; I' 1 Mtv.nd Mrs.BUI Coulter of Arcadia .
: and' ft.ra. DUr M$;* nd Mrs. M.R. Judd! l attended
Charlotte WhIUhead/' .;Avhoub "1 klght Ug UgIQ : w e Thur iday ."f the? :ftrjduatlcm 'jf their .grandson (pencil* weekend with their,. onlndaughter. -
manta e to Frank Durra *.a. II 'J ta, ,Jlet pareatarrJdt'. 1io1udd,I1orif the fit",.. S$ ;iJ d Dr. and ,!n. R.B- J
s r ; event of Sept. 1$. was honored at ." Mrs.8.J. er.. OrlandoMr. /-Mntfdttrrddy.! .
bridesmaid's luncheon Thursday .
Sept. 13, at the Garden Restaurant Give HOOT and Mrs. Douglas Hardy spent Mr. and Mrs Thomas O'Brian are : I
VOTE visiting his father Claude G. Q'Brlan t tIn
Hostesses were Mrs. JJmmie FOR NOOK II the weekend in Tampa and visited :
Reddish Mrs. Linda John and Mrs ;I -" II.L Norman Busch Gardens> on,Sunday Evansville, Ind. this week < D)
Ed. Mosley cousins cf the bride. County Commission ) :
a The luncheon table was decoratedwith I. At Large Mrs. Matte Carter Jeffrey Warren of Brandon .Is
I ?>,'t 1 Sr. attended the spending this week with his parents j ,
a yellow pompom arrangementand funeral of Mrs. Dora '
i.Iri and Byrd at JLmfl
Mrs Mr. and Mrs J.D.
Adams Warren while
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cards '
with Branch
potted plants place Cemetery last 1
family' of Alaehua Thursday.
"j were 'vlalUng! MR, t attending a law seminar at UP.Mf. .:
the seating arrangementThe ,
marking ,
.I+ and Mra. Gerald Merman .I
wn andMrs
the4honaree Friday'evening.
hostesses presented Mr.' .
George Muggins spent and
George! HuRglns
with a salad spoon to her Thursday Sunday at Camp O'Leno.
atlendedtbefuneralof J.L.
1 Chesser In
silver memento of
t chosen pattern a
the occasion. oJ Miss Beverly Eg"era and* David OIYIf A HOOT High Springs }Monday morning
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Corsages were given to the bridesmaids "{ JacksonviUa visited her VOTEFORNOOKMI I IE.L
and also Mrs. A.B. Whltehoad. : P't'enIAl! Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggera on Norman Ol VGA HOOTVOTEPOMNOOKIII J
Sr., mother of the bride and Mrs. !!I.9Pday! County CommlislonerAtUrje I
Frank Durrance Sr., mother of,the E.L Norman
JP"OGI1and Mrs Roman Alvarez and\ wi-ir1",8*"** attending the,, workshop ) County Commlctloner
I- "* tlf! e Retired Teachers l At Urge
i Association
Mrs. Dan llatdren. .rb
Mrs. Baldwin
Robert Tanner of
gstSmersburg from
0 0 l Wednesday to Visited her Mrs. J.C. Vlning of Palatka and,
'.' lest sister Mrs. J.H. .
.... ,,I,' ? <.Way L.A. were Mrs. W.H Hart, Thursday r.eldll'last sister Mrs. Elsie Wood of Douglas.
} Canova
Stacy BryanCelebrates ',:-Mr, RoYal l and Mrs Julius villa, Ga. and Mrs. Myrwin Long of
v representing the .Bradford-
J( : Starke were last Thursday luncheon
; Union Counties Mrs. L.H. Gibson was vacationing
3rd .. ;... ;,: Royal. Also went organization.along with his Julius wife. in tittle Switzerland, N.C. last week. guests pf Mrs. L.D. Vinlng }\t

M*. and Mrs. Emory Dwayne Hardee Birthday Sept. 14 ,,.._I' ,. "'Miss Hjalmar, McMillan spent the several.Co!. and Mrs.last J.A.week Griffins at their t returned Mrs. after Charney ten days Williams In CinclnatU.has ";;S
weekend with her grandfather T.B. lake
Ohio where she visited her
Mary Darlene ,Luke and Emory Hardee Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Bryan 'Rtigers'Ii in Quitman, Ga. cottage 09, Kerr. Mrs. Sena Cooper who underwent mother. (
entertained at a party last Thursday and Mrs. surgery Accompanying her home 4
';-Mr, Mickey Dansby of
night from 7:30 to t:3O: p.m..at ; and Mrs. Terrell'Webb, son. ,
MillS Sharon
natnenvllliia,Mr.., .Mrs Was Crosby who.Is t
snd :
Wed, Sept, 2 at HeJIbronn Baptist Church McDonald's for their! daughter, stacy, : Will and daughter. Lori of Nashville ano Hall of Theressa and Steve:,,Rodney Hall of visiting her mother, Mrs; Oleeta- j I
Ga: the weekend
on her third birthday., spent with Mr. Orlando Crosby for two weeks.
were Sunday of Mr. !
Mary Darlene Luke daughter of was trimmed in matching lace and Nineteen guests enjoyed the l Mm.;,. Hugh Hutson. .. and Mrs. R.O.: Dansb)'.guest See Page,t. I
Mr. and MrsyWalter P. Luke of Hell- attached to a Juliet cap. She carried 4 occasion. The youngsters received --.--" II j
bronn Springs and Emory Dwayne nosegay of' miniature, yellow roses, favors and game with prizes. during I I I'TO'THEVOTERS )
Hardee, son of Mr. and N1r%. ..B.lIardee daisies, baby's breeUh and greenery. the party. hours. "j I
'of Starke 'were united In, A reception was held In the church Cake candy and ice cream were '
marriage Saturday, Sept. 2 at 7:30 Fellowship Hall. served. 6 OF .
p.m. In the Hellbronn Baptist Church The bride's table was covered witha Among those attending was Mrs. 11
with Rev. Dean Caasels performing white linen.cloUt with white lace Mildren Latham, Stacy's grandmother -
the nuptials. overlay and was centered with three BRADFORD COUNTY'
Centering the altar was an arch of tiered wedding cake over a water fall
candles with flanking candle trees. On with a bride and groom. DUPLICATE BRIDGE:
either :side ''of the arch were two Inking the cake were silver candles CLUB RESULTS'
baskets with'arrangements of yellow holders decorated with daisies and YOU :
gladiolus and white and yellow daisies, greenery. Margaret George, aunt of 'Mrs. Townsend Dent and Mr*.,F.J. THANK
daisies, baby's breath and greenery. the bride/Patricia Whitaker sister-of Shaw were the winning couple at the
arch of candles! was the unity candle. the groom and Sandi Melvin cut the Duplicate Bridge quarterly tournament
Ray Norman pianist and Jimmy cake assisted by Diana Blume who Tuesday night. Jeff Wrensball I'm Very Humble And Honored
Alvarez soloist, presented a program made the cake. and Eva Mathewson were second, I .
of nuptial music. The punch table was covered with a Jack Burnette and Charlie Riddle '
Dennis Rhoden attended as best white lace cloth tinged with yellow were third and Mrs. Jeff Wrenshall WithThe Vote On TuesdaySept. l 12. 1 ;;
man. Ushers were Randall Scogglns, daisies and greenery and centered by and Ed Wainwrlght were fourth.
Bobby Lewis and'John Ramsey. the crystal punch bowl. Presiding at ::
Miss Lynn Whaley attended as maid the punch table were Brenda DeVoe. __--e2 ,IT WAS, GREAT I i .
of honor. Her dress was mint green Holly Smith and Debbie Moore. I
crepe back satin.' The dress had a Pat Howell and Teresa Parkinson > /JoJ/ (sow .'' And Now That We Have The Momentum Going :
sweetheart neckline with flowing cousins of the bride kept the.bride's
sleeves gathered at the elbow;empire book. Let's Not It For A Second. :
waist trimmed with white lace and MrS. Glenn .Norman directed the Mr; and Mrs. Allen Woods'and' .
mint green ,complete with a wedding. family of Lake Wales spent the week-
three tier floor length skirt.; In her Following a wedding trip to Gatlin- end with his mother Mrs. J.S. Woods Again I Ask For Your Vote And Support !
Mr. and Mrs. Louis
hair she wore hairpiece consisting of burg, Tenn.. the couple are residing at Woods of Live Oak .
yellow daisy with baby's breath. She 417 W. Davis. Street Starke. joined the family on Sunday
carried a mixed bouquet of yellow The bride Is a 1973 graduate of We're' Not There Yet But We Can Be
daisies baby's breath and greenery. Bradford High School and Is GIVE A HOOT 11 ,
Bridesmaids were Nancy Lee, Kelli employed'at the Department- VOTE FOR NOOK III II
Luke slater-Indaw of the bride and Transportation in Gainesville. E.t Norman
Marie Hardee sister of the groom. Mr. Hardee graduated from Brad County CommissionerAt Dot. 5th 1978
They wore gowns and hairpieces and ford High School in 1974 and is Urge ,
carried bouquets identical to the employed by the Starke Fire Mr. and Mrs. John Snead of Tampa VOTE FOR AND SUPPORTI
honor attendant. Department. were Sunday and Monday guests. of
Ricky' WhI taker, nephew of the Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers.
groom was ring bearer.
The bride given in marriage by her ** * * j* *** * ** ** *,* * *> JNRm "Jim" LAWSON
father wore Victorian of
a style gown
white silk organiza accented by seedpear.lApn ,. ,
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the dress bodice.\ ,Appliques. ; ; .'' \ .. "DISTRICT 3

cAWJlfl,1 yoke and high Ianwmasad neckline and"th.fiW1d accented,s w\< Nnw.NVaw. w.w.rs .. tlh t J# :: "B fA'D '.o.Atr o NT'tiSCHdoe's r.tdr. ,, ":, :: :". : .' "

the long tapered sleeves. Tiny Venlse Of"t :
rose lace flowed down the gown from .
the waist to the hem forming princess
panels.bordered A deep the skirt border hem of chantilly and chapel lace Col. 'Howard Dunn's : ARE YOU GETTING BIG ENOUGH

train. Her waltz length mantilla veil .

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Held Sept. l lAtStMarks .

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Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha Monday September 25 Nowadays, successful i
: businesses like by
Delta Kappa met Monday of last week : I\ .
in the Episcopal Parish Hall for their'' reach the point they have
regular September program. .. -', to rely on computer '4 ; .t+ '
The meetings was opened by the electronics toconttnuethelrsuccess. ? 9 .
new Incoming 'president, Sandra : 11:30: to 1:30: ; And technology ,', 7
Duncan. She introduced Mrs. Lavon .. '
an Impressive line
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Drlvas,music teacher in the Bradford
School System who, presented ,a 118 N, Walnut St. Starke ol hardware from

delightful participation program on .. / -- : which to choose .r..r r1T ,.-t'.
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Moving In the city attorney' services for a land parcel within the business of building IUbd1vial o lt Waters' motion followed Environmental Impact Statement ment. Bids were riceiVedt'frromTerwWegar
absence cod over the dlMent of City where water and or sewer services stated Councilman Schaefer "You're Betting into dollar now," stating an environmental review of Ford of Starke,Town and
veteran councilman Charles are not existing that time, the "What about streets that already aid city clerk Edward the area for the city's recently Country Chrysler-PlymoutlA" 'of
Schaefer. Starke commissioners owner shall: exist asked, councilman Vernon In that case, Schaefer said he received $300,000 IIUD sewer grant Starke Gordon-Thoenpeon Chevrolet
voted Tuesday night for the city to pay "(al) at his own expense Install all Sllcox. From there the discussion wanted to amend the motion by which is a different grant from the of Jacksonville and Lynch-Davidson
for extending sewer and water lines to water and -or sewer lines and equip- escalated, with the council members Including Geiger Road.There was not EPA sewer grant the city la also Ford of Jacksonville.
a new subdivision Just north of ment Including water meters, and finally turning to sanitary engineerDon a second to the propoMd amendment working on has been completed. -Asked Ruckman for an opinion on
Saratoga Heights perform all work necessary for a Ruckman for advice. Schaefer labeled aa "favoritism" Ruckman said that IS days after what size water line to extend down
"You've juit spent (40,000 of the water distribution and or sewer "It will probably boll down to a the city'i extending aewer lines to a publication of the environmental Geiger Road. The engineer said
taxpayer's money" Schaefer said collection system In accordancewith legal interpretation Ruckman said particular IUbdlvialon."I Impact statement the city can apply generally It Is Inadvisable to use anything
just after the 3-1 vote on a motion by provision of Section 7. (entitled when Silcox prenea."Intent don't want to hear that kind of for release of the funds and construction smaller than six: Inch diameter
councilman Wilbur Waters, seconded Expansion of Sewer and Water of the ordinance Is to pre talk," Waters retorted. At that point could begin shortly thereafter. pipe on a truck line. There la 500 feet if
by councilman Joe Warren. Waters' System) and vent financial burden of the Warren turned to chairman Harold Ruckman said he hopes plans for pipe needed for the Geiger Road
motion is to lay sewer line down the "(b) upon completion dedicate to ,," Ruckman said. The Eppa and asked that discussion the sewer Improvements in three areas In project. The council voted 3-1.
middle of the streets In the new Park- the City the entire said system or engineer agreed there Is a borderline subject be terminated.In north Starke can be completed by Schaefer dissenting, to KO along With
wood Subdivision being developed by systems excluding only the building! difference between an existing and a other action ) November and that the city will be Ruckman's recommendation. '
Gerald Griffis.There will be 28 housesIn sewer and water pipes connecting !the new subdivision. .Told Martin Duflfli the Fire able to take bids by the time it -Okayed for a call for bids plans for
the new development the councilwas building served with the outlet side of Schaefer pointed out that unless. a Department Committee will Investigate receives the money from the U.S. the new city police station to be built
told Tuesday night the water meter..." policy Is established and adhered to, circumstance surrounding his Department of Housing and Urban across the street from the county jailon
Waters' motion came after a City clerk Merrill Edwards brought sewer lines can go In at first one request to be a volunteer fireman and Development. Broadway Street on the
lengthy discussion Tuesday night the subject of who pays for sewer place, then another with planning for the distribution of literature by the -Was told by Police Chief Jimmy present Pratt Street Playground
about what the city's policy should be expansion to new areas when he asked orderly expansion getting aborted Fire Department Fire Chief Eldon Bowen that he will call for bids on property. Bids will be opened Oct. 17,
In charging developers for Installationof the council what to do about Park That was what happened recently Sapp said Duffle's application to be e leasing two new police cars. The said councilman Wilbur Waters.
sewer and water lines. wood. Edwards pointed out when with a new subdivision off Orange volunteer fireman had not been acted present tease Is up Nov. 1. Bowen said -Approved names of seven persons
The City of Starke Water and Sewer making the request the ordinance Street in the southwest section of the en, and said that In Sapp'e opinion. he will get prices this time on a two to the new city Zoning and Planning
Ordinance, in effect since July 15, calls for the builder to provide sewer city, said Schaefer. In that case, Duffle is too i old to be volunteer year lease program to see If that will Board: Joe C Williams, Julius Royal
1975, stated In Section I. Sub-Section and water lines. Schaefer said, the builder got building fireman. save the city money. The police car Walter Westcott AI Crosby Merritt
10 that: "That's right.That's what I've been permits for Individual houses Discussed at length resident's leasing Is a budgeted item in the Williams. Cecelia Terwlllegar and
"To provide water and or sewer talking to you about We are not In the utility bill. The resident said he police department.Read Claire Capps. The council also tenta-
.1> "The first thing you know you've thought he'd been overcharged $U8 a letter from Mrs. Lucille tively accepted three appointment to
eight houses and no sewer connectedto on a bill for 1.939 KW. The clerk Green praising city firemen for their the Board of Adjustment: Joyce
them," Schaefer said pointing out figured the bill by hand; it came to action in containing and stopping the Riherd Donald Walnwrlght, and Carl
It then becomes an expense to the cityto f!8.S3, and the resident was recent fire on East Call Street In Haile.Two more members are needed
extend sewer lines to the homes at apparently satisfied the bill waa which four stores were burned. Mrs on the five-member board of adjust
city expense. figured correctly but Hid the 45 Green owns the entire property that ment which Is why the three names
percent surcharge on electricity Is too burned. were only tentatively approved. The
Ruckman asked and was told the high. -Turned over to the Recreation bidsa council will leave each board to set
city building permit forms do not havea -Approved for publication ..nbJ new van for the Recreation Deport the length of terms each will serve.
place to fill In as to whether sewer
lines exist at a building alte.The form

should Include that the engineer Mid. Council Gives Go Ahead
Hampton ,
SUPER VALUE PAIR Clerk Edwards again pointed out
the city should get on a system with I

BIG 18-LB. ECONOMY DRYER sewer by the installations job.Developments. and quit charging To Try For 75 % Water System, GrantThe

need to be told when
Washer WITH PROVEN for new Hampton City Council took ., .
Capacity they apply a building permit what Ir rly
the water Issue the
system people
the will
city or won't do, Silcox said.
with Water GE FEATURES! Silcox Ruckman again to define pressed what subdivision engineer Tuesday to allow night the and city approved I engineering a measure -<

is. Ruckman answered a subdivision firm, Sverdrup" Parcel, to submit a V
temperatures! is land divided into three or more new application to the Farmer's
parcels. Home Administration (FmHA),
r \ concerning the grant to be used on

n Waters asked why the city should system number three.
penalize this particular contractor.He FmHA will put Into affect October 1
said he feels the city should extend a new grant program where towns
the lines and charge for hookups. will borrow only 25 per cent of the cost
"I'll end this argument In just a of the FmHA funded project with the
minute," Waters said at that point. government agency handling the ,
other 73 per cent in the form of a
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grant. ,
If the city is awarded the 73 percent
grant, the total cost of the system to !
Ft) QUAY'SProfessional the city will be $68.730, with FmHA ,. -

paying $206,250 of the$275.000 total. If -...... ,... .- \
I the 75 cent application is not
II Carpet accepted per, cost to the city would be New Hampton city officials were sworn In bit Thursday night by former
e .r0 I Cleaning 1137,000 with FmHA paying 118000. City Clerk Mary Allen. Left to right area Ted Curtis, returning chairman;
MODEL DOE5300PwwAsaoop Shampooing Or Monthly water bills will also be Wilma McDaniel, Leonard Darrah Victor Rowland Lola Williamson Iris
Steam Cleaning lowered if the new grant breakdowngoes Mart, city clerk, and Dave Huber town marshal.
"'SOQQOS into effect from to .
$21995 9.30 $8 31.
Stripping & WaxingTile The FmHA has the final determination set the water rates until the new department budget! for the upcomingyear.
Floors on awarding the 75 percent grant. system Is completed: Hook-up fees .The money comes from a $6.000
SAWYER-SLADE GAS of Starke Inc. In Wednesday night's council are $10, monthly rates are $4.23, witha contingency fund, and Chairman Ted
I 964-8596 Starke meeting, the new council, approved five per cent increase each year, Curtis Mys that It will be used mainly
332.VV.,Madaon St. Starke Florida 32091 Free Estimates I\\' two ordinances 4!) after I their.. third >and a re-connection fee Is in4d. 'or',pponnorlnR) football soft a'....'
reading. The first prohibited .the sale "'TtMf eotmcit "ablrMapprevtiddtl'placing > tl' '.YAiltbalr' ,leiMMit' aw lrett 1s
; of liquor on Sunday, and the second of $2,000 In the recreation Improvements on city play areas

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(From Page 5) Laurens;S.C. are guests this week of Bob Williams and children. Wendy
...help you beat the Cecelia Terwlllegar and Vernle Mrs. W.B. Mundy at Kingsley Lake. and Jennifer of Jacksonville visited

high cost of building Odom attended a luncheon meeting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack
." Wednesday at the Club Continental In Williams on Sunday.
y _,0.W. U S.Home a new home. Orange Park where they met Guy Mr. and Mrs. M.G. McMillan Local admittances to Bradford
Average Bass president of the Florida attended the Florida Land Surveyors County Hospital this week include:
For throo Jim Walter nil
ovir docidii. Association of Realtors. convention In Sarasota over the from Starke
Soon Carolyn Kay Joyce
bun building and financing hamoi then
famlllii el ill walks of Ilia cm ilford.MDIHIUI weekend. Adkins, Remer Crews, Lollie King.
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas of
Cost $78OOOI HAS CHANGjqi It you own prop Myrtle Suits. Patsy Gnffis. Willie
110... '.. \KMi erty, wa cm itl) | custom build a homo for Starke and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Mrs. Mary Lawson and Mrs. Mary Ilankerson Sally Underwood Annie
tIM ....... Pn.. aye .r'Oeam.. ..". 110\0.p.""nar.hK leo..o'h.: .I.... you lu fir tltj thin"ivtrigi"prlcn Conner of Keystone Heights had lunchin Overholser visited Mrs. Luther Randolph. Lily Johnson Dennis
Arn""en bom". Auld, Kmh.iM nhm.w u4.ereomn' h."_. ,.n.. sported In itiwipipiri. on' tilovlilon andyn Cedar Keys on Sunday Bowman (the former Mrs. Myrtle Smith. Milton Bell Joe Griffis and
...,,drb" ."...d.. of,.Pe. .,one......".. ... i od 1aa.mm"i ....,'N" ..d, radii. US i!j CAN! Lll U fhow yjgjjWi'll Jones of Starke: ) in St. Vincent's John Hopkins; Lonnie Roberta from
n. ....., Edwards visited her
'917 n ........of lilt show you that, by doing earn or Mrs Gladys Hospital on Sunday. Mrs. Bowman Raiford Gussle Mann and MeHnese
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.004 m ; nl"'c':: 10' u. !:'AI:;:"o: M.a.ood a' 'P and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
I .h III ol Inside work, son underwent heart
b, "11.. Un"'m f.d'1M .... .. ."... .-c. ipt lour own flnlihlng you open surgery. Hicks from Lake Butler: Janet Lamm
Si,dn 0'H. u,d..., _'MM..h. e : can taw more Hin'i how: Jim Walter will Wayne Edwards In Jacksonville from Keystone Heights; Maggie
..;:.-",,,i'..i Ltf gs aaat tunic tin lid your new horn to ilmoit lay Friday to Tuesday.Mrs. Misses Anne Haynes and Debbie Hodges, Percy Griffis. Kathleen
.:1yr.-;' Itigi Irom tho"ihoH"up to 80% compint. Spengler spent the weekend with Mr. Austin from Lawtey Elizabeth
J ; Wi'll flnlih thi outildo In des and Mr. and ;
aviry Ernest Moore and Mrs Bobby Welch and family at Watkins and Louis
j ,k tall. Cit Ida Inside you toll ui whirl to Mrs. Eddie Robbins and family of ,Savannah, Ga. / Szorger from
stop .than tiki over and lintel thi rut.Oo Hampton.
v t ai inch ai you Ilka but the more
? 'ti. )yu Inside work you do for yourself the more
+ ii money you'll nvi.
t t> '* -a Jim Writer offers INSTANT mortgage financing THANK YOU !
la qualified property ownori .
end yoy'll know imctly whit your monthly

months floe botina.US ( ) payment. will bi before conilruc- To The Voters' Of Bradford County I Appreciate Your Vote And Support In The

.yi ,_"' Wt CANI Even though new homo prices let Primary. This Is A Personal Request To Vote For RONNIE THOMAS, Again On
continue to iplral upward, Jim Walter cm .

., tl* II help Stow yes you but how the high today cost( of building lit .... Thursday Oct. 5, In The, 2 nd Primary.


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Ronnie Is Honestly And Sincerely Interested
t r I N In Our School System And Its Students. He Will Strive

To Get Our School System Back To Basics; Reading

,4 !; Writing, Arithmetic And Eliminate Useless Frills

(Or Classes)

He Will Vote On Issues Concerning The

Board With Good Common Sense And Judgement;

Homes built on your property to any stage of the MADISON Always,Considering The Education And Well Being Of
completion from the shell to 90%finished. I
4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS The Students And
Teachers And Taxpayers Of
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MORTGAGE FINANCING .U'::.;. "- 'I Bradford! County.He .
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.- =.JI ::. Will Always Listen And Be Willing To Help With The Educational NeedsOf
We offer a complete line of SECOND HOME COTTAGES : I '
t ., The Children Of Bradford County
C.II., visit the Jim Wiltit Menses liitlur f.f. carat I E : 'E J .
yes Of sad the teepee lit ..",.,. .,.II.. 6dall I I
(,,. licit itfHt taiUint t* year fnftrtf .. Your Children Don't HaveAChoiceBufyouDo
with wmniti yes tin tfftrj.JmWaff&r. FREE VULL-COLOR CATALOG I j
fill out and mall. No obligation.

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Phase 4 Vo-Tech Expansion n- --- -1 I

Estimated at $1.9 Million ,' '

'Dellp and development plans for currently 1309,US over budget noted to [bring it within the $1.B3 '
Phase 4 of DM Bradford Union Vocational : according to estimates ArcbUeetCralll : million available.Or the school board : I II
-Technical Center which would Salley submitted to the school could choose to spend some of the <
:create 40,36esquare: feet of new apace board Monday night The board has tsi'.oa> In other capital outlay available '
and oust an estimated tl.976.HJ were ll.U million In state school construction this year; however, that would< '
approved Monday night by the school .fund approved for the project. mean ICll'eloInIIOme other needed c
board for submission to the State construction projects :
j Department of Education Salley also presented the board with 1 ,4\
3 ve parts of the'1. 76 million project Chairman J.T. Parrish! declared
I; The long-sought Phase 4 project is :stalling $413.704 which can be eUml- consideration of the building plans an I ( 'er
emergency: Item so the matter could _
,come before the board though not ,
Carryover Tobacco, Program placed on the meeting agenda. ; "'
Included In Phase 4 of the vo-tech -.
I' center are one new shop building
Available To Growers directly fat back of the present shop
AgainFluecured and additions to several existing
buildings.Completion of Pbase 4 will :
allow all vo-tech classes now being L.1irr
stored In the same manner --c
growers throughout as regular -MJ _
taught to be housed on site ana -- -
Florida and Georgia can deUver their tobacco, with the exception that all
additional class
,carryover tobacco on hand at the end carryover tobacco will be) kept for provide>> overcrowded room space
some courses.:
01 the marketinllMaIOll to Flue-Cured. separate and marked as,"Carryover" New construction will Include: classroom
Tobacco Cooperative Stabilization tobacco. Since carryover tobacco Is for diesel mechanics
Corporation for processing and storage not eligible for sale or loan until the heavy apace equipment, commercial truck Architects Dave Jackson and Craig Salley explain their night as Vo-Tech Director looks on.
until the 1979 marketing season next marketing/ (season which begins driving and refrigeration and air- concept of Phase 4 construction at the Bradford Vitae) The board approved the plans for submission to the
The program will operate basically on July 1 each year, no payment or conditioning, plus shot apace, for Vocational Technical Center to the school board Monday State Department of Education for Its approval.
In the same manner as in previous settlement can be made to growers heavy equipment and welding, and'a
years.Growers will deliver carryover until after July 1. 1979. At that tune new administration building. The
tobacco to the CO-OP at designated the tobacco will be offered for sale. present administration guidance First Statewide Telephone Consumer
Receiving Points hi the area at which Any tobacco that does not bring an offices will be"sedsoleyfor guidance.
time the tobacco will be weighed and acceptable price will be placed in the '
graded Into a Standard USDA Grade regular loan inventory at 1979 loan To get within the 11.88 million designated '. Information System Will Open Its Lines
by an Inspector: of the Grading Ser rates. Loan rates for 1979 are estimated architect Salley suggested the
vice.Sheets will also be exchanged at to increase similarly to the following areas, totaling M 13,704. Square
this time. A record will be prepared Increase In 1978 of about 6 percent. which the board could cut: 1) west ? in Florida Friday, Sept. 22
showing lull Identification of thegrower Plans for location of receiving point campus paving limerock and storm
weight of each sheet the or points where growers may deliver water,978,386; 2)west campus paving Tel-Consumer the first statewide are ISO topics now available:recordedIn '
USDA grade, ,and total weight of their carryover tobacco will be determined $17,078; 3) media center $148,400; 4) consumer telephone Information English and Spanish. r--
.delivery.: A copy of this record will be' and growers will be notified sato Individual manpower training and ,system In the country, will open Its When the operator answers, the PABST
;given to the grower and a copy forwarded scheduling deliveries at such deslgr student lounge $145,000; and IS) lines In Florida on Friday, Sept. 23. caller simply requests the desired 12'oz. bottle ,
to the State ASCS Office. The ng point or points at the covered walks tw.TSO. By dialing 1-800-432-6666 toll-free tape number and listens to the re- $748 tzOt Can
.tobacco will then be processed and close of the marketing season. within the state.consumers will be cording. Each tape will conclude witha I .Case
Vo-Tech Director Ted Oglesby says able to request a two-three minute suggestion.to the next logical step
he Is looking at the project optimist tape recording containing to be taken by the caller.
tally,hoping hewon'they.to cut any Information on such diverse To meet the needs of the public, the
of the project.An consumer concerns as automobile system will operate from 9 a.m. to 9
early October site Inspection bya repairs, condominiums, credit, home p.m., Monday through Friday, and 10 A-BLIGHT
team from SDE will determine what improvements, Insurance, social a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
other school construction is needed. services: utilities and warranties. The project Is a cooperative effort
The school board can only spend state Grocery stores, as well as other between the University of Miami's 12 Oz Can
construction on state approved businesses throughout the state, will School of Continuing Studies and the $$773
projects. distribute pamphlets with the list of Metropolitan Dade County Consumer
Some projects the administration topics and their call. numbers. There Advocate's Office:
thinks will be approved by the inspection
team for expenditure of state h
Funds are: 1) more classroom space
lit Bradford high classes are now .
r T housed In old A-buildlng.! 2) additional .
s$r'r ,r% 'rJ classroom space at Souib'de, Starke, THANK ;
Lawtey Brooker, and Hampton
Elementary Schools,3)) a cafeteria at 0
r the middle school, 4)) walls hi the E'4X930
bM middle school,and,perhaps 6)) a new YOU
roof for the middle school
Of the total$519,000 In capital outlay ?
funds available to the school.system ,
besides the$1.M million for Phase 4 of
the vo-tech $209,000 Is
approved the BUS cafeteria renovation VOTERSJ
project now underway at a cost of
$173,000 construction price. lit addition 6 lot?
to the funds Includes $282,000 in ':, t $..il; i
the current allocation of state capital '
outlay funds,$20,000 from capital outlay ,J .
funds held over from revI-

., years and aeoa.. aqdat aatvkes$48:000: hmtUl In caDltaeutlay Ih .....,. 1' yt!I, aatanpirlt, :e9 f.ptY OI W.@. .. ", \I, ... w CAIYA8IANIRIST ..
There some flexibility as to when
the various capital outlay fund Support You Gave Me On Sept. 12 $605 at
sources can be spent as long as the i
LWCI Employees Complete Study expenditures are for state approved
projects, according to Business
Manager Eddie Douglas. Again May I Ask 'You For Your Vote L
This Is the thirty-tint CTI group to enroll In the minimum standard The$1.58 million for Phase 4 of the
curriculum which required by law. The Training Institute program Is taught 'vo-tech center was second: on a list of ANDRE CHAMP
,conjunction with Lake City Community College, and the graduates earn nine, 21 projects approved by the 1977 And Support On Oct. 5th....
semester credits for successfully completing the full time, ISO hour course. session cf the Florida Legislature, ., t
The program Include Instruction In the Criminal Justice System, Legal Supt. Tom Casey says. Director Ted $055 6th.
Aspects of Corrections Operational Procedure. Principle of Supervision, Oglesby had to write education specifications -
Human Relations and Technical Training Skills which include Firearms, First for the project "about a
Aid and Fire Fighting Techniquer dozen"times before the specifications: A Worker For
were approved by SDE. .
Lawtey Correctional Institution (l-ri) William Q. Cruse In other action Monday night,.the .
Venerable Armstrong, and Carl Ellis Gems recently participated the school board:
Correctional ""alala.lnIU..te Ralford. Approved $25,278 payment to MUIIONI'LAMBRUSCO
This Is the thirty-first crl group to enroll In the minimum standard Triest Construction Co. for work on Lower Taxes
curriculum which Is required by law. The Training Institute Is taught la the BUS cafeteria. '
conjunction with Lake City Community College, and the graduates earn Bin -Withheld payment for 'Covered -
semester credits for successfully completing the foil time, 160 hour course. walkways which are not yet '$ .
The program Include Instructions In ,the Criminal Justice System Legal completed at BHS. _
And Better GovernmentBe


THANKS Sure To Vote Thursday Oct. 5

THANKS ;19951h,


For Vote & SupportIn E.W. HODGESJr. 4


I The First Primary Pd. Pol. Adv.: Paid For By E.W. Hodges Camp. Fund SO 1 iW fcmrfloi


., Humbly I Ask You To Return: Oct. 5th And Give Me MULTI-MILE STARKE MULTI-MILE

Your Vote In The Second Primary. FIRESTON A78-13 _E78.14

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From Our Children To Our Senior Citizens '

Si S- :' TUNE-UP 10.15; $,48u $423 LIGHHEN

t, '. : ', '; M'arkAdklns$ Built',His,Own Business' .On j. 6 Cyi.. Most Cars'uTrUCkaE'ed.$2688 ; MOST tt* ff& O Q

ti!: Sound And, Efficient. Practices & Hard. Work.'rt" a 11-15 :52" 44. CARS LIGHT& Js* W O O

}f This" Experience. '''iil.II.lp.M.JII.k.'J.IJ'I'! .... Monroe:Matic 12.15. '82gj 'SU TRUCKS'whites poeWHEELS

County :Commissioner 'SHOCKS FREE BALANCING
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** "Cfmcrly Estates Two.Night", j jit FederaifFunds: for Major Sewer Improvement: ,,He> > I

A(530,000 bond Issue to bet used $50,000 to television off airport about am and a half miles
Rated PG 2 as put camera* from entering the system' shutting
( ) Starke's 25 percent matching/ funds inside city sewer to find leaks, and a little more than a third of the 300.000 south of Stark\ on the;W." .Wof, US-
for what could ultimately turn Into a $179.000 to teal leaks found by the TV gallons per day that enters the system 301. for a spray field site: : :
Act One Scene Two"Conerly Estates Two-Night"will occupy center stage 13 million sanitary sewer system cameras. extraneously Work on the sewer Improvementand
at the County Zoning Board meeting Tuesday after closing a brief run at the rehabilitation program was broachedto The EPA ,grant is being sought The city council has also approved a expansion project was begun
County Commission meeting on September 5. city commissioners Tuesday night under Federal Law 92.300 which boundary survey for the $3 million back In 1974. Ruc Is seeking for
following a tie vote at the ZB's August meeting the controversial mobile by city clerk Merrill Edwards addresses the upgrading and rehabilitation !- project.This made it possible for EPA!: the city an eventual $2.3: million In
versus conventional home controversy wai sent to the Commlsilon with no Fiscal agent Harvey Mention will be of sewer systems and the to approve a spray field site fur federal funds! for the Improvementand
recommendation. "That's Zoning Board business," the Commission said in Invited to the next regular council removal of effluent from water" effluent from the sewer plant the expansion The clty'i 25: percent
passing the ball right back to the zoners. meeting set for Oct 3, the cleric l said. sources. alternative to washing the effluent comes to about $ millionrlggigK thetotal
With one vacancy on the seven man Zoning Board and no chance to fill it Discussion with Ilennon will center Problem In Starke Is outside groundwater down Alligator Creek. project to $:.1 / t
before next Tuesday's meeting another tie vote Is entirely possible although around selling $350,000 in revenue leaking into the sewer lines The city Is In the process of I
speculation as to the outcome at I this point would be highly premature.At certificates validated jn) 1973 with the floods the treatment plant and cut Its purchasing; a. 300 acre tract the old (See, Page :-llf \.
the August meeting with one member Jerome Johns absent,the vote was city's last $1,23 million bond Issue to efficiency. The city and Ruckman I Ieeeg.trge
3-3 on a strongly protested petition from Dennis Smith represented by realtor buy a new power plant engine. would like to cut down on the leaks
Ralph Bryan to change the zoning of 18 acres across SR-18 from Conerly Edwards said Tuesday night (that and thus Improve the efficiency of 'tJIIIS; 'enyaldwel'N uoiJ1D9 I \
Estates from HID to KlC toallow mobile homes. Mention recently told him bund validated the treatment plant and remove
Since that vote one member 6f the Zoning Board Bill Wilson has reslgnedil In 11173 will 1 not be as easy to toll effluent now getting Into Alligator
leaving a six man board to make next Tuesday's decision on the as bonds validated more recently.The Creek.A fJfll A Mil OHjeAi.jp \ '
members are present. extra bonds were validated back in '73 $179,000 grant application for
Another tie vote would be entirely possible which case the matter would go In case the city needed to borrow EPA funds was approved in June by
back to the County Commission for a forced decision more than the $1.23 million the city council to patch leaky sewer
Councilman Charles Schaefer urged lines. I IW3HJ.
the council to sell the $550,000 bonds Some 230 "reaches" a term the J.''rf tT3T7tIlSNl/ l
ready validated The public would engineers used were Inspected In the 3Ab'N -
tBver vote for another bond Issue. evaluation of the sewer system earlier
d Schaefer said, and I if the bond issue this year. Of the 230 inspections. 93 ,
were turned down the city would he leaks were found by the engineers to apU I 1e6atf tyiG3 I
unable to supply the required 25 be cost-effective meaning it will pay "1tilS N 1
percent matching funds, end would to fix the leaks. The remaining 133 1101, IIJi s66Es '0 uY3
lose the EPA grant. / leaks will be left since the amount of DZls
leakage stopped would not be worth ''
L Sanitary Engineer Don Ruckman u1lPuel.4'pue lwiu.O'panadwl
\s 1 i said the$550,000 would be almost adequate the Cost to fix the leaks. JOI eplJ wn'WJd' .a 411M
,although money would be tight Engineers said fixing the 93 worst / AlI3edeoeunpoMalouJ: : ',0gsaulgwo: :l
to match the 73 percent federal funds leaks will eliminate some 113.000 .
1 from the Environmental Protection gallons of extraneous ground water !
Agency EPA). The city has some
reserve funds which can be used in 6uipuetuop Jioj
addition to the proposed bond funds aif
and the have been RIVER'S SHOE REPAIR -
Ruckman city .. ..
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working on multi-million dollar .. 4'51C5.. "to I v'I' .Alno-JtI\eaH
sewer improvement program since .
A 1974 Some $700,000 In federal funds h'..-.
y tunneled through the EPA have M J..Oi...1.tf>f L.lh..11I1hl..
already been! approved for Starke,
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Raiford Adopts $22,054.) BudgetBattery's

lawn Council gave members said they were still countftitf places rather than come up short lion, $1.300.: Insurance and Clerk's
unanimous approval to tlM 1878.79budget on Union County to -ovlde'tho somewhere. Electricity costs for Bond,t, $Boo; Membership Funds
balanced at $22.091 at their items. Value) of Cllle etc.
Instance were ".87& in the 1977-78 > $250; Gas
Tuesday Sept. 5 budget I..alon. "The County Commission gave us fiscal term and the council allotted SIIOO; PrlnUnR. SlIM- Ofiice Suppliesand
The millage rate remains at 3 mills at least a verbal commitment about $ ,500 to electricity: costs for next Clerks Fund $IW.
Work sheet for the next flacal year the refrigerator and stove and I After!
aa year. Si.ooo\ was budgeted for the accounting for all the budget
la! up from the 1977 78 budget Which understand It they will be giving us "Legal Account": 'In case of an audit. Items penciled' the last
was approved at $19,8.06The those things" said councilman Just $-175 was spent In that area last W.OU0 Into the Building and Grounds
new budget Includes roughly Michael Dobbs year. Salaries for the council persons f\"Ucr. lIIIe 'n the renovation and"PP
$3,100 in cash carryover funds from Also not budgeted Is a$5,000 savings the town clerk and town attorney were f. the Community Center and ,
last year $425 of that being Federal Account which the council said It will the only items remaining the same. Redford' ball pork They estimated .'
Revenue Sharing monies Not continue to hold "r... emergencyexpenditures" ,. staying at $ .400. that I.64MI wl.uld( 8 to the Purchaseand "
Included In the budget are possible Other line items, and the money Installation of the new air-condf-
expenditures for a refrigerator and The council gave Itself leeway on budgeted to them are Fire Depart tinning system for the building and tr
Move for the renovated Raiford most of the line Items In the budget ment. SI.OOO1: Elections $400-) : Kecrea- also figured In the purchase of 30-50 !;
Community Center. Town Council choosing to 'have some left over In new chairs for the center and +

_.."'-.. ---.1&1.:1.. : :,. IW""""' .... ..... .. mentioned taller the ihain possibility. Of putting in '<'c/o'" ': .' ,
a new. link fence around i ..!',.:".,::.qt; !
!the ballpark outfield ;.' \ ,, I
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To TheVoters talk about the ballpark. t 1iI :, Y' '
the council agreed: !that as the Softball

field weekend was becoming more attractive Lowtey Employees Complete CT1 "
for tournament use the town
ofSiarke PAc'J -( would need to start charging for Its

In Scotland, a grandfatherIs use to get Home funding from the out Lawtry Correctional Institution employees tl-r: Mark W. ,Joynt-r and
sometime. called a lucklt of town teams that will play at the George A. McCormick recently participated In the Correctional Training.
dad. field Institute at Raiford.
; This Is the thirty-second CTI group to enroll In the minimum standard
r curriculum which Is required by law. The Training Institute program Is taught
I Would Like To Say Thank You For Your Pwight Slater's In conjunction with Lake City Community College, and the graduates earn nine
semester credlla for successfully completing the full lime lea hour course

Vote and Support As Your.City Commissioner Scat
Food ,& The program Includes Instruction In the Criminal Justice System Legal I
'I I Will Do The Very Best Job I Can. Always Open U.S. 301 s. Aspects of Corrections. Operational Procedures. Principles of 8up.nh.llln.lIuman .
7 A.M 12 P.M. & Walnut St Relations and Technical Training bkllls which Include Firearms, t1rllt
You The When I ._- Aid and Fire Fighting Techniques.
Remembering Taxpayers, .

Am 'Conducting City Business SUNBEAM BREAD MOTOR OIL PEPSI .

I 9 18 Oz $ 29
THANKYOUHAROLD 19. :t QI.I YlMualaA l 8Pk.' t .Tax County Agent's store has been a bargain for the consumer i
60ep. at the expense of the livestock
W. EPPS I Ml BRANDS BEER What has happened Is that there '
BORDEN'S 69 : ByBobby was an oversupply of cattle that built
COUNTY COMMISSIONER GROUP 3 MILl 0'1. | I *|00 Case up to a peak In 1973. This meant low I ;
Over Cos'm Taylor prices to the cattlemen and the
Pd. Pol..Advi Paid for By Harold too consumer The cattle inventory wait

., Phone:9644280: Exteiwlonzm down some l(!>milllon head In January
of 1978 from the 1975 peak and is
expected to decrease another H,
percent during the year Thin means
pC' The Bradford Union Cattlemenand higher prices to cattlemen and I the
FOOD Swine Producers Associations are consumer
having good meetings this month. The Higher\ prices to the consumer
cattlemen enjoyed a choice steak !generally results In less demand for u
supper last Thursday night and had a product, and somewhere along the
C'HOICE good program on Brucellosis (Bangs line a balance of supply and demand a
4FA Disease) at a certain price level I is established
I R The Swine Producers are following My guess is that this level hann
suit by having a steak supper tonight been reached yet because demand m
> (Thursday. September 21)) Their continuing to cause cow slaughter unit
program will be slightly different but very few heifers are being held heck
should be for In the swine
good anyone us herd replacements or lor herd
business build-up We should see some leveling
t The meeting will be at 7:30p: .m at nf prices when we are through with
I" the Agriculture Building in Starkc this phase of the cattle c>'cle.
) Another difference Is that wives are Interested in raising gouts' There
DEL Invited to the swine meeting. will bee gout uhortcnurtw to he held. ,lit
DdIDanu 1 :i: / Speaking of swine meetings, this Is the Alachua County Kxtenxion Olfitr.2iUH ) .
MONTE' i LAWRYS a good time to announce the 2lrd: ( ) NK :;loth Avenue Gainesville on'
3.5oz Annual Swine Field Day It will be September :JO. lt7H the shortiourse.
PINEAPPLE GRAPIFIIUIT. SUNSHINE MEAT held October 19 at the National Guard will begin lit 7:1":( pm. and (('ulul'('
In Marianna, Fla, and is
K PINK PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT. Armory several specials speaker* Irom (the
ORPINEAPPLEORANGE KRISPY CRACKERS. MlX open to anyone interested in swine University of Florida The programfor
/LOAF production the evening will feature selection
SAVE sea The program will\ feature top by Dr Barney Harris. Jr., fitting mulshowing
46oz 2/$1 t LIMIT-1 COUPON PIH CUSTOMIMtMIl speakers on topics of breeding and by Sarah Vcrnlund. and\ I
160z 2/$1 1 YIin : UPod INUM 9n IrN.N1: herd management trends and outlookfor diseases Dr llruccAhbitl.
CAN ar n a* i MM eouroa *MM A ir M 9* HUM fooo owotnPtSW common by
90X M VW f iuo" TSunnyland swine producers, price estimates .
w wwww www wwwwww.ty and the Silver Lakes Swln Program.
Based on response and interest \vi
After a pork Bar-B-Q lunch there will "
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The Field Day Is sponsored by the kids and breeding.
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jAYI } ,.........,I.. Sciences at the University of Florida questions
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ml > : dykes Grill! Franks n,...*2"70' encouraged to attend. 3 oreN6'
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COMPARE::'.-::.'.:;- 'r ra with caUleprlcesat the markets these % ;ti IlrrJg
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DAIRY ITEMS skeptical about prices remaining this
high (for even going higher) because
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r I American Singles/ I,.,MI SlOt to* During the last four years most
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fJ elt Was ,a Circusjlveri 'Da '

by Ruddy Coltntg' -

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'work. He seems tov know people if you could pu of
every amazon lady who ever wrappeda announcement In their .
% python around her neck on stage and Wilson admitted. : t 1
1Remember every word-awallower who ever slid of
of tricks
a flaming dagger into his. mouth and One the was | _
of t ,
this flnt-fianu knowledge has made sampling many !
In ethnic
him leading expert on the American requests .
J circus could"It was be more good successful to know a lla

Italian. Greek and some 1 1i
Wilson lathe National Historian for ages so when you went into
the Carnival Historical Society and Is borhood with a lot of foreign to ,nr jj' r rI
one of the historians for the Circus people you could ak them to ''
Historical Society. His articles language." Wilson said, "One ... i w
usually humorous have appeared backfired though. I was In a ,
often in circus trade magazines like neighborhood and I went A
the BANDWAGON. Now he's working store and greeted the 4t
on a book of his recollection. a polite'How are you' in Greek
what it was like when ..Doc.." real trade was advance answered'I'm fine' in Greek. tell
the circus was coming to town? publicity, the sale of the circus when it could ask him about oast
No not nowadays. I mean back
when circuses were a big event when '
everybody In town went. Weeks
before the ahow came to town sign ;H
and posters were everywhere signaling i -.r )
the coming of the elephants the
tiger., trapeze artists and sideshows : "'
When the circus finally did roll Into 1
town most everyone knew It would be the
there and children and parents alike 1
were waiting anxiously. Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers, known for their enthusiastic
There was an art to this pre-clrcus renditions of music that portrays tbe black heritage will romeo SUrkr
advertising, The "front" of the circus j tomorrow night( SepL 12 al 8 p.m., In the New Bethel Baptist Church. Picture
was the little-known but all-Important above are Bessie left and her son.-In-law Douglas Qulmbj. and Ms wife.
part. It was the pre-publictty crew, up Frankle Admission I la free,
usually one or two men. that would f7LJ i
travel the same route as the circus ,
they worked for two weeks ahead of for

the big tents, Bessie and
Art "Doc" Wilson was a circus ,. of Jones Troup'In ". :

advance publicity man for nearly halfa .. ).

settled four century years him,ago.down before just his south retirement of Starke in. Town Friday Night 'j;!, :

"Doc" was one of the many 4 Y V Bessie Jones and the Sea Island Island Singers are family members'
American kids who dreamed of beingin he Singers will concert In the
present a who with Bessie Jones sings old Black
the circus when he grew up only New Bethel Baptist Church In Starkeon traditional music including npirtuals. > <
Art Wilson didn't wait until he grew \ of Friday September 22 at 8:00: p.m. slave worksongs. children ,
up. When he was IS years old he Admission Is free and the concert Is music songs and stories from the
stepped Into show business In open to the public. New Bethel Is Afro-American heritage
Chicago, buying a silent movie located at the corner of Florida and i
projector and putting on moving Keller. The Fall Festival of the Performing
picture shows much to his mother'sdistress. The concert Is sponsored by Santa Arts through a grant from,the Fine
Fe Community College Fall Festival Arts Council of .Florida. and the-
"She was dead set against It, of the Performing Arts Program In National Endowment: for the Arts.
Wilson remembered as he sat In his Georg.'Y
cooperation with County sponsors programs throughout the
living room last week "but I was Art "Doc" Wilson Schools. Alachua-Bradford County' region.
making more money in a night! than a Bessie J ones is a 76 year old granddaughter Through this program Bessie J ones
lot of married men were making in a was miles away. His was the art of announcement in his window
of a slave She Is one of very and the Sea Island Slnferupent a daf
week In those days. up \lithographs-posters, me if I was Greek. I said no
putting Of few people who have preserved the In Starke and performed for all of thojj
That was In 1921. In the years that 'right where they would meet the said he wasn't Greek either
it traditional art of rhythmical hand fifth through eighth graders In thir}
followed "Doc" Wilson was never far eye of pedestrians and motorists as don't we talk English? clapping In Its original form. The Sea countyU W
from show business. He worked in a There were secrets to the
Christie Brothers sideshow for a they traveled a town. That might be game too Wilson explained. 4
while, worked backstage for a few high on the wall of a roadside barn or "If you were putting a Lawson Heads Band Boosters<< Rules pet tJ; :; I
musicals and even owned his own smack dab In the middle of a store- store window you would 1 :
touring circus for three years, ("It keeper'sfrontwindow.The tough partof sticks (lithograph sticks a jerry Lawson was elected preaidcntof was decided the dRkey'tounder g was too many headaches' ) the the job was selling merchants on wooden sticks with one end the Band Booster's Club at Brad the uniform will be mud at ft
bulk of hlB circus career devoted to the idea of filling up their clean slightly) to glue It up high ," ford Middle School In voting last cost of about $171 and will. be plaid fotf.:
windows with a "colorful announce window. That way It Thursday night Sept: 14. out of the club treasury > *:
ment" (announcement sounds taken down for awhile and The dickeys will be Issued before.
MYTOffttlantEEKST' smaller than poster, doesn't It?). be seen," Wilson revealed Mrs. Charles Johns was elected Oct 8. %
"There was a technique to asking you were leaning a ca rd in the vice-president; Mrs, W. T. Lott, secretary Dues may he paid to Ruth Johns aU
and Mrs Harold Epps, public the Florida Bank at Starke. V

Former UCI Officer relations. ':' ,

'' othe? clionr',...:';;( .o'adddul6Yea "f Band Director Mike Woodfipjgavi I
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Former Union Correctional Institution police. It was reported by ii ""tli': ? thojJgllawlnjkrulei' rrfMt' aBnf :arefi t,
Ze officer Terry Michael Branson the toddler had trouble 6re l 3 I .",.,. dues wl 'i TII"':tl M4'81 pet{ rrCnTroriCV: llFlJWrTtlfiroiSlaf tef
and his wife were arrested by the eyes were dilated and did not to band every performance. It will be the.
Jacksonville Sheriff's several bruises -It was decided responsibility the student and
Department to light plus
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RESORT HOTELSON.THEBCA Saturday Sept. 16, and charged with lacerated upper lip. parents shoes are to with buy white a pair soles of "lace block up"white : parent to see that the uniform Is dry:
the beating of their 6-week old son St. Vincent's personnel cleaned. t
and of color to be used
suspenders any shoes with
Monday Terry was still in 2t Kegulotionhite'
Branson. 25, and Jean Branson, 25, condition but a little with the uniform black socks will be worn at all times x
Spcefot ma.ummerendJaif f were booked Into the Duval County -It was decided parents will have ,I with uniform i inn exceptions)" .
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Sunday when It was thought uniforms dry cleaned and ready for
d1.con/.Awgsaat20- Jail on child abuse charges. The :3> A band student will not appear l't\\
released Saturday afternoon might die.Union wear In the Homecoming Parade on
Dtctmbr3l. S3 couple was public dressed In partial uniform '..
v Correctional I ,
after each posts $789 in bonds Friday. Oct. 6 i.

police said,

ACAPULCO ISLANDER BEACHCOmCa BEACH.MAYAN LODGe.INN Their.on1'erry.Jr. was reported In Residents Aid in Recapturebut ; I
TREASURE ISLAND' INN serious condition at St. Vincent's ,
,... .. Medical Center Monday morning. The '
to' 'tnlormttion OtilttD
Call W oil
Il.ld.clOOI"ff ftO Or*l9 reur rr.v".Ofnru child was taken to the hospital about 3 Bradford County residents they were still looking for him In residents in the area :
.let n>i/ 9i.II*>M>t..P 0 goiitir a.m. Saturday suffering from Internal Intersection of State Roads 16 the compound. At that time they "The prisoner had walked right up
Dillon BM Sfto'Vl lrondn170'S l head bleeding and a broken leg, said spotted a UCI escapee early I didn't know he was out they thought to Buddy :Norman and asked/ him to
morning, Sept. 18, and helped he was somewhere In the prison. give him a ride to Lawte>." ,Curler;;;,
officials locate and "Mrs. Grant was keeping a watchon paid."I talked to Budd> a few minutes'
convict in a farm field. he him from her house and went and later and he!said the guy who wan Milt,
/ti UCI prisoner Charles got my pistol and went over to her wearing prison pants had asked hiP'\
was recaptured by officials 1 land looking for him but b>' that time for u ride und then walked off dower.
strawberry field owned by the guy was gone," Carter said of the road hitchhiking when Buddy told
VEGETABLES & ANNUALS Carter Jr. on SR-225 at : Bashlor who was convicted for the him he didn't have- time. Then mj
a.m. Monday. He I 1971 murder of a Jacksonville lawyer wife said she saw him nearby ,\\hl'rt.>
Select/ & Plant Your Favorites Now vanished from a prison ( to '"He had gotten out of the ditch and she was'' driving" ,
Many Varieties at about 2:30 a.m. that started walking. down the road Carter said he. his wife and !Nnrman':
nn residents of the neighborhood towards Lawtey Mrs Grant said talked to ICI officials when' the)
:D 1 Tray Of 6 Reg 69 NOW 2/1 found In said they spotted! 9 With prison guards on their way arrived pointed them In the right
: r ra minutes before he was Carter continued to''look for the direction. and watched us the guards-;,
ONION SETS 8 FLOWER BULBS HERE SOON "It was about 8:30: Monday convict and reports Bashlor had finally tracked lUshlonclow'n In that
first saw bin" said Mrs. contact with at least two moreCORDUROY field. : '

AZALEAS LB, $598 ,

I ti Close To / \1IIIiott I'
*, -. $598 $ 700
SLACKS Each Month I In '
BOXWOOD Small '2. ""; ...
$375 STRAIGHT LEGS 84% COTTON. 1.. % POLY County Sf.... S...,. .1

i f 100% POLYESTER $900 Social! security rx-neifis were being
$750 Q50 paid residents of Bradford county.
FPCTRIGGER at the.rate S477.7HO a month at this.
RYE GRASS SEED start of 1978. A, Glenn :Moore social t
100% COTTON security manager Gainesville! Bald'|
$135 Plastic Won'lRust ; ; WESTERN DEMIM
JEANS Social security benefits can be pnid\
50 Lb. Bag'11" J, Or Corrode $138 5-13 STRAIGHT".. LEGS to retired persons age (U: ,and over, to '
Plant It Now A Have A Nice Adjustable Nozzle SATIN TRIM SLlM®'S775 JACKETS $850 .workers, who become severeljjf\,:
Green Yard Or Pasture All disabled, before age i S. :and. to >
32 oz, Size Reg. '1" survivors of deceased workers. "
Thru Fall & $950 'I
Winter $750 $900
SIZES 7.14$75 JEANS $600 Monthly social security checks are -
.. ift" :
: also paid to certain dependents! of a i .
worker who has
KILL HOUSEHOLD INSECT PESTS NOWLong 'disabled or died. retired. become'..;

Lasting residual) Action,, \ MEN ,N .SLEEVE ,AUTHENTIC WESTERN, (j Of the 2fMi9 social security bene-
In Bradford
claries( living County.
j 119): are retired workers. and ::119! are
HIKILL80Makes A Gal Rag. '6' .D :);::1.1414.20'r disabled workers. Another ien.;

HI- J % I persons are receiving benefits as the (
_ilf. _.. wives or husbands of retired t'
KILL j SPECIAL TABLE :-f. i disabled workers. Widows wldlN'ers.and *
CORDUROY, ... dependent parents: deceased ,
$ 98 t\. ', ,workers number, :337. jf!
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.. To Use Gal, Reg. te. .4, WESTERN COTTON 8i TWIII
JEANS '( '
in' Bradford county, 1204 people'
.100* COTTON I, ,.r
PROBLEMS IN THE HOME YARD OR GARDEN SHOP HERE l' } and older are receiving monthly t,
SMLSC75. social security beneif Of total bene-
$600 $50$57i\! ficiarles. 961 are men. 1176 are women, Y
and ST ,are children. y


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.. {,,7'.,,I..I(1'T.it1\111' :ti.t! ,.,., .'''"1( ',\.'. ,' :. ,' ', ",." ,'. .."'f!,,. (.., ,r; i. Bus Drivers Go To School Toot{ni:; IJ

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a'H'i't'l'l .Y' '. "' Transports i ons\
..YYI .. jI. i't. 'I'I: ford County school bus drivers The program is called the School of education
., 'I' school themselves for three Bus Drivers Safety Workshop and la a Department came from Tallahasseehis .f' r' .'
d.i st t week state Departemnt of Education year and he does a re?t'gouit U
,.,.\. project. The state provide with It. ZI:
t dropping "their kids" instructors to any county that requests .
_- the bus drivers went toffthe the one-lime-per-year training "Next year we!I hope to add an eight
and Bradford has asked for and gotten(
bus hours
count compound the hour first aid irseaitd an eight
middle school for the classes since 1976 In extremelyadverse ? '
some course on bus operations
4 their'' own Tuesday through Fray, conditions, Register sRegister
Sept; t8-IS. Classes lasted (four hours "We've had it for three years now ': ',
each day and Included instruction on and Its been a very good thing for explained that all county

driving techniques, safety actions bus drivers are required to attend thee
bus maintenance and operation and us," said Bradford Director of Bus classes and are paid for the hour.sJK'nd .they
: emery and evacuation Operations Lennard Register. at "school"
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"Students" of the bus driven safety workshop title Uei.U.ely al t'riC. ? morning( ("i ," :J.v

Republican Pete Brathwaite ChallengesU.S. a

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Rep. Don Fuqua in General Election \
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Although U.S. Rep boa Fuqua won erode the tax cut; keep Congress from been almost a century since" a ;>.
handily'lover his Democraticopponent engaging in more deficit spending; Republican has been elected from The ., II'', '' '
Anthony Wesolowskl In the first and to balance the budget and reinforce ind District. ... : < ., ? ilj 1
primary he..still has to face Republican the value of the tax cut by .. f''ifJ. :
Pete Brathwaite in the general. cutting spending at agencies and "Obviously 1 am the underdog. _.!:.. II "S
election" November 7. departments In the federal government said Brathwaite. "but It U a matter of ,, .. 1
Brathwaite 34. has been employed me getting out and meeting the : '';
as a Congressional aide to U.S. Rep. Fuqua.. 44, of Alt ha. was elected to constituents." lie said he does not .ice .I 1
Phil Crane... R-lll. He is campaigning the Mouse of Representatives from think his Republicanism Is a disadvantage warning. The plattlc triangle. Uunrd for];
in 1962, He Is the In the Democratic Instructor Leonard Conway of the Department of a red emergency t'
on a platform of new leadership in the Second District mostly roadside emergencies: when, loaded school butt him brenpulled ;
Washington, and Instead of talking vice-chairman and ranking member district. Education shows Bradford school bus drivers how to erect off the road.( I
tax cuts and voting tax increases' a of the Science and Technology The 2nd Congressional District
program that will make "rhetoric: Committee; chairman of the Task Includes ,Alachua, Baker. Bradford, Motor Home Engine
turn into reality" Force on Information; a member of Calhoun. Columbia Dixie, Franklin,
Brathwaite has proposed a four part the Government Operations Gadsden Gilchrist Hamilton, ..
fiscal program to cut taxes by 30 Committee. Jackson, Jefferson Lafayette. Leon, Work Is Fire HazardTALLAHASSEE d 1 ti 6 6 COSIwMtl
percent over the next three years; puta Fuqua is seeking his ninth term as Levy Liberty, Madison Suwannee
limit on taxes no Inflation does 'not representative. Brathwaite it has Taylor Union Wakulla Count lions A serious fire
of Holmes and Marlon /
hazard can develop In motor homes
during engine repairs, said the Ua
Florida Highway Patrol this week.
if "A potentially dangerous situation
exists when attempting to start the r
engine of motor homes after they 41 I"
have,stalled. This applies to motor r.
homes where access to the engine '.Ii
compartment is in the interior of the
= Colonel Eldridge ,. .
motor home says (
HAS It illegal
In old Germsny was .
Beach director of the .
YOUR to tie nine knot, in anything. have been reports of .,,,
AIR CONDITIONING explosions occurring while the enginewas ,) "...
being primed by fuel from a container 4
I 4\ GONE TO THE r r allowing the gasoline fumes to ,' .. .. GI
GREAT BEYOND? collect inside the motor home. When :" '.
I r"KEN the Ignition was turned on the sparkset
off art' explosion of the accumulated -

I :"" Heeoncludd gas vapors by !saying" .''Gasolinef
t "" ''R'7aadeaii' "+laae'eWrureal'wJletnhtdnsr/ ;
')fl : ,-home or a car trunk from a
I TEAL b leaking container, can explode with
fir/ the force of dynamite. Always make
sure that the area where the gasolineis School bun drivers extinguished gasoline fires as one exercise! of the four-day
ITWITH r being used or stored is well safety workshop at the Bradford bus compound
ventilated and care is taken to see
that no spark is permitted from
CARPETIS switches, cigarettes or
ignition Work Opening
THE ELEGANTCarpet pilot lights In heaters. stoves or '
Is both practical rpfricerators.. "

EXECUTIVE WEATHERTRON* HEAT PUMP THE "drenes and elegant.up" a room Nothing more In Ocala ,ForcMl '
than beautiful. plush wall. a \
modern homes and apart For Area Youth
meats have some or all
FERRING IT OUTDOORS FROM OUTDOOR AIR IN WINTER carpeting I.I easy to main The \'ounKdull Conservation
COMFORTABLE TEMPERATURES ALL YEAR ROUND. IT household conditions openings for young people to work and
SWITCHES FROM HEATING TO COOLING AND BACK AGAIN carpet can be kept Last Word In Comfort live in Florida's icala Niitioniil:
AS THE WEATHER DICATES. beautiful with only weekly' Forest.
vacuuming and periodical
cleaning with special Nulional Forests In Florida Super
00 commercial cleaning pre visor; pan I'erciviil: said upplieunls
c'44 ? parations. r from Alabama. Cvorgiu; South
WE SERVICE oF Carpet Is a good buy. Carolina und Florida are awing sought
Why not stop by our store for the :2110' positions In 'amp Ocula.
ALL BRANDS : 4: today and browse throughthe the l'.S. Forest Service's first nitidenliul -
large selection' of CENTRAL YAl'C program in the south .
samples. oast.

GORDON WALL FURNACE Established; by the Youth
Teal Tile & Employment: Act of l 1177.! \',\('(' i I"
AIR designed to give young people tin
Carpet opportunity learn now job skills. undput
Hwy 100 Between Stark a Keystone 473-47/7 964-7423 Starke, ria, BTU's \ them to work in conservation pro
3 65,000 jeet>>, II Is similar to the Civilian .
HHili Conservation Corps ,('CCI of the19In's
: and Mill help relieve the
Heats Up To6Rooms nation's unemployment problem and!
__ accomplish needed conservation
OH, N COSH., THEY Put 1 projects public lunds. is
Nt. program
HOUSE TRAILER $E7t1'pOOR administered by the U.S. Departmentof
labor through l un interagency(
agreement with the IH-parlrncnU of
Agriculture I iForml Service)1) und
.ovIoM\.' Interior. Slate agencies also sponsor
ACe programs through federal
To be! eligible for YACC. a person
1 $ must be a l'mted States citizen or
J.J 369 legal resident, unemployed, out at
!: school, and between 16 and 2:1:1 years

::1: old.eligibility Interested requirements persons who must meet apply the

,re + PLUS INSTALLATION and be referred to the YACC by their
rtf 'L's. f *t local State Employment: (Ill k'..
ONLY'; Enrollees earn federal minimum
LIMITED TIME wage and may participate In the
program for a maximum of 12
SEE JOHN BROWN TODAYFor months. Enrollees are requi'-ed to live

Wall Thermostat Keeps even at camp and a minimum room and

The Ultimate In temperature. Counter Flow Pulls unused board their semi-monthly chargeAil! be pay deducted checks.: from

'' B > heat oil ceiling and spreads hack evenly over Enrollee work projects may include
the floors where you need ,It. Economical to tree nursery operations. campground
Pre-Constructed.Homes ,
and road maintenance Improvement
Install and economical to operate. range facilities and recreation areas,
and Side Vents, at Small Extra, Cost. general sanitation and litter cleanup
FleetwbddPModels erosion control, construction activities
By forest disease control 'and'

., '.F- .. ,,, '' natural disaster projects.

Available With.Flrepla.ee.' k.. 'a", !*V

JOHN, BROWN'S MOBILE HOME. GENTfi, Gas & Appliances 'S'4 Fresh l'peal.houldaquoak.ftJ:1'-S'iIl6i'

when the pods are rubbed togethir. ..-4) ,\.

-, Hwy 21 Keystone Heights'Fla. 473-3775 331 W Madison Sf. Ph 964-7701 in your. Store rsfrigerator.1I.'r' them'.unshalUd ;


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Pastor Robert Harden

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To Attend ConventilThe nn ,

Stark First Assembly of God dealt with by Reverend Dm George
Pastor, Robert Harden and staff will pastor of Calvary Temple of Irving,
be attending the Sunday School Texas. when his church baa grown
Convention in Clearwater. Florida from an average of do Id over 1,000 In
September Z3 and 28 six years. Reverend Kenneth Maybe
it is estimated that 700 to 1.0(10( delegates pastor of Evangel Temple Assembly
plan to attend the convention of of God of Decatur Georgia, and la one
seminars and special messages on the of the foremast Christian education
r S theme, "Building For Eternity." directors of the nation, will be one of
q Church growth! will be the subject$ the speakers

V"1JU',4i'& '= Obituaries 11& I

Calls A.Sea....11 Born August 31, 1919 In Bradford
Mrs. Katie A. Saxon 87 of County. Mrs. Gnann was the daughter
Hampton died at her home Sunday of \the late Vernon Jones and Florence
morning. Born In Cordele Georgia, on Nichols. She was a member of the
June,It. 1891, Mr. Saxon had lived In Waldo Baptist Church.
Attending the 1963 BUS class reunion recently were
Seated tl-r. Sandra Molt Worthington Letha Prevatt Ogburn Pam Parker Hampton for many years Her husband Survivors Include one daughter
BHS Class ReunionFifty
waa the late Ben. Y. Saxon. She was a
Mrs. Florrie Davis of Starke.
: a son,
TlBon AnnetU Mott Woodlnjrton, Dianne Simmons Hughr. Edyth Armstrong member of the Hampton First Baptist
Ravlcrson. Angela. Slemer Wagner Linda Blackwell Lawson. Betty Allen Church James A. Gnann of Lawtcy. and tour

Nipper Alice Kaulerson I'etrey. Geraldine Gay Lewi. Patty Lyons Elder, two members of the BHS class Special awards were presented to Mrs. Saxon Is survived by two step grandchildren.Funeral.
lien,.. Lou Dennis Martin. of the Whlienhunt and \ were held Tuesday
1963 were among 100 attending Sally Epperson daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Grim and Mrs
Second row. standing: Linda Lee Talum. Brenda Lull Sladr. PatriciaPatrlck1bomp.OII. the class reunion at the Starke Golf Barbara Klrchalne Takabayashl who Ease Johnson both of Hampton; and afternoon Sept. 19. In the DeWItt
.Lola Kaufmann Clark Bonnie Rich Landry Barbara John and Country Club reccntJ). both came from California for the one sitter Mrs. Pearl Alexander of C Jones Funeral Home Alvarez Chapel offi-
Illraum Norma Jean Parrlnh. Cornelia McGee Wanda Wall Jackson Barbara reunion. Awards: were also awarded Stone Mountain Heights Georgia. Starke with Bev Roman
Klrchalne Takabayaihl. Sally Kpperaon Whlienhunt. Sally Harden heater, Past president Dan Dodd presided Geraldine Gay Lewis girl, for F'\Ineralllel'\llces\ were held Tuesday at Burl
Harriet Goodman Mulder. Jackie Bale Terrell. over the get-together. 1" having the youngest chili; Everett 2 p.m. in the DeWItt C. Jones Funeral was In Hampton Cemetery.
Third rows Vernon Conner, Roger Pangborn, Johnnie Juhiwon. Thomas Glisson.married the longest; Mathew Home Chapel in Starke, with Rev.
Buby,Steve Nipper,Ja me Craft Wayne Smith, Wayne Stalnaker. Freeman Register Ill :talked on Griffls for having the moat children; Richard Mashburn officiating. Burial
Back row Han llodd. Phil Eunice Ran Thorns Larry NoeKel. Everett subjects: of things happening duringthe Rowan Thomas, boy, for having the was at Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Cleveland Sullivan
Gllsson.Wilbur Grover Billy Mehon Mac hall Richard Miller Jimmy Smith. school term and "Remember youngest child: Larry Noegel, man Cleveland Sullivan. 94. of TIIere sa.
Theron hunter Matthew; Grlffli. Lynn White, Chuck Moore Freeman When" items. for being married, the shortest length died Saturday afternoon Sept 16, In
Register, Tommy Andrew and Steve Edwarda.E of time; Linda Lee Tatum married[ the Bradford County Hospital.
The class song Smile was sung by the longest length of time; Annette Charles Ferrell Boyer,Jr Born August 17, 1MI4, Iii Theressa.!
Dianne Hughe and she led In the Mott Woodingham girl, married the Mr. Sullivan was the son of the late
singing of the Alma Mater. shortest length of time; and Barbara Charles Ferrell Boyer Jr1; 02, son Rubin Sulllvand Josephine Z<.>lglen
\ t\ Klrchain Takabayashl with the most of Mrs. Ella Moody of Starke, died Mr.Sullivan was a retired farmer and
E.Le "Nook"NDRMRN Teachers attending were Mr and children. suddenly Sept. 19! at his home In member of the Hope Baptist Church.
Mrs Lennard Register Mr. and Mrs. Jamesburg N.J. Survivors Include his wife, Floy Bell
Charles Francis, Tom Casey and Following dinner and program Services were conducted at the Bennett Sullivan, two sons! Percy
David llurse. Mr. Francis gave the members of the class and guests Knauff Funeral Home Chapel Willis- Sullivan Sr. of Palalka. and Felix
roll call. enjoyed dancing until :2 a.m. ton Fla on Sept. 19 under the direc- Sullivan of Theressa, two grandchildren

tion of the Church of Jesus Christ of and three great-grand.'
COUNTY COMMISSION Latter-day Saints Elder Winston children.
DISTRICT 2. COUNTY AT LARGE Barber conducted assisted by Elder Funeral services were held
r James Hill and Elder Julian Dobbs. Wednesday! afternoon. Sept M. In the
ELECT A MAN EXPERIENCE" pter d' : Burial was In the Wacahoota Ceme Hope Baptist Church with Hev H.V.
tery In Williston. Hogarth officiating. Burial was in the,
25 v..... Buain'' 'a' In Bradford County He IB survived by his wife Louisette family plot in (Hope Cemetery DeWitt
Will, Work Hard To nerve. All The Paopla Ol Bradford bpyM Ligget Boyer; a daughter. Marthe C.Jones Funeral Home was' in chargeof ,
County' Fairly" Hon tly ImpartiallyA
Man That 'laOUAUFIED and SINCERE About Theresa, both of Jamesburg,- his arrangements.
Well Baing,, Of BRADFORD COUNTY Innlimt nonfat dry milk can b. sprinkled over partially Mt mother, Mrs Ella MOOdy of Starke
YOUR VOTE WILL BE A PPRECIA TED gelatin and the mixture whipped Into stiff peaks.Use and slater, Mrs. Charles Fink of
Pd Pol' Ad Paid For By Th. E L Norman Campaign Tra.ur Mr. Boyer grew up in Jacksonville TateG. Alvarez.72
but spent one year in Starke with his, Tate G. Alvarez 72 of Starke died'

. grandmother, the late Mrs. J.C. Sunday afternoon, Sept. 17, in North
-- -- -- -- Manning at which time he graduatedfrom Florida Regional Hospital at Gaines.
.-< Bradford High, School in the ville. .
class of 1944. Born October U, 1903 in Starke. Mr,
After finishing high school Mr. Alvarez was a retired correctional
Boyer served in the Merchant officer from the Florida State Prison
Marines for 20 years. He made the and was a member of the Bayless!
maiden voyage with the U.S. Liner Highway Baptist Church. He was the
.' United States and served on it for 1$ son of the late Arthur B. Alvarez and
,,' years. At the time of his death he was Annie Denmark.
employed by a New York Insurance Survivors include his wife. Mi 1 dred
Co as a Computer Programmer. A. Alvarez, a daughter. !Mrs Linda

I Kay Murray of Kingiland. Georgia; ,
I two sons Walter Alvarez of
Marlon E. Gnann. Macdenny and Coy Lee Alvarez of
'.li< r' Mrs Marlon E. Gnann. 63, of Palatka; a brother. J.W. IBuck( )
5erl" I '. Waldo, died Sunday morning Sept 17 Alvarez of Starke: two sisters. Airs
I ,\' 'I''II In Shands Teaching Hospital in Edna Stone and Mrs. Muryel. I

t .. Gainesville. Columbia! both.of .Starke;, ;))0 grandctirtoren ) -
J. .Per ? children!, ,N:81'JJt. : o j J IU'f liJI fI mL') I
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"tI fle'tffpnb' rlarlf, : A' .. ,... ,, VIJ, 'i ?..t..11, .,,q",, I
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FLORIDA Funeral services held
Tuesday morning. Sept. 19. in the'
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Uev
THEATRECall Dave Medelros. Rev. J.D, !Hobmson
: & WalnulStarke and Rev Roman Alvarez olflclating.,
Burial was in the family plot in..
: 964.5451 Conner
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rp our deep appreciation for the many
t.'!. ,,, kind and sympathetic acts that tarn"
',. '.. ', to us at the time of our ,u-conl
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all around. So, if your antenna should happen to fa&* !

your eyes fall, it wont happen to fall onto a power line. 'j-

before How far away is safe? ,NkwmuptrwKrwni AM. ,era USB< I CharleyE.

you use less than -'AVCO....,...tVpcnaar., .. ., ..
.: ; Certainly a distance no 'O..h... .. ..

';tea the height of the mast. .
ears. PLUS
your r e .a,,',,, This safety rule not only goes fir CB antennas Johns

but TV antennas as well. Or any metal
Before think! about .
you putting up your "s" awfPIIKB1
CB base antenna, make sure you've got .,, pole for that matter.
word of when ., About This Question
your signals straight. And here's another caution; even ,"1W; : :

To begin with, Citizen Band antennas; using guy wires to raise or lower your antenna_ \ ..' !ntffjl'iflrlrtii.! !: ; r

unlike TV antennas, are under FCC you can't be assured of positive control. So, ................................ "My Homeowner Policy
regulations.FCC better double check the clearance. Sun. Mon.t covers unscheduled personal .

and local rules sometimes differ So many people are now tuning into CB She property to 50
should also be tuned into percent of the dwelling
that we thought you entered
on the allowable height. So before
erecting young insurance. However, it ,
your antenna, check with the appropriate a the necessary safety requirements. and'. only covers all jewelry :
authorities. This safety'message has been brought to innocent but and furs to 5500 total for

And when .,\}u're ready to put it up s Z, a you by Florida Fbwer and Light as a public came thePLUS out theft. Should we add a .

check on one other thing-the clearance. service. Because serving the public is 'scheduled personal j'property'

really what we're here for endorsementto c
slightest touch of .
antenna or
your \" ..t. '. Individually covert..,
guy wire to a power line could cause v"u a ;,,//1'' these expensive items?"

serious! s h k' ,Ioir : ,;1
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Here's how to play it safe. Make sure ,.d" '/ Charley E. :. ,

that you check all directions. In other words t!:' FLORIDA POWER' COMPANY mcolar '

not only" the,space above the antenna but HectncMyb', powerful servant. Respect' k. ;JOHNS AGENCY.;.

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f LAWTEY4-II' Saturday afternoon with their

i BRIEFby Ouir;,first meeting parents, Mr. and Mn. B.L. Wilklson.Guest .

'f, on *Mrwi3S. by Elisabeth Terry of Mr. and' Mrs ftarold:
Booster Club Jcanett Prescott of bout M to Phone 781-1300
"Inr Dolores Meng PhoaeMSimPersonal TIIII will Eunice during the week were; Mrs i
Phea*48-1 ti$ Lallemenlary Emory Eunice and children of }
The HCA Booster Club will 'I' biggest and
sponsor ,
Mr. and Gainesville
Mrs. Waldo Pringle of were Friday overnight
r Condolence a be fry on September 2 th. Ticketscan .;: ootsb. Tucker celebrated her 13th ", can only be Worthington Springs, were guest of guests, Mn. Ronnie Motley and
student purchased from any RCA 1 birthday Sunday Sept: It. attained with dutiful, participating .heir sister Mrs Pierce Crews on children, of Maxville. spent the day
Sincere ''sympathy is extended to or staff or at the office. We thank that Mrs Russell people. One must be dedicated and Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Friday, and Mr. and Mn. Phil

,Mr. Hank Lott and family. Her. CM Green, who underwent surgery love children This growth justifiesthe Maine Grtffls and children, Eunice, of Graham, on Saturday.
.father, Mr. Leroy Cheuer, of High| *Volleyball recently In North Florida Regional faith and pride we teel for our fine and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Judy Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilklson. Jr.,

Springs died on September IS atAJachua The first played last Hospital In Gainesville,i II back home community of Lawtey, "Little, but GrlffU and her little girl Dana of and son,Mr. and Mrs.Daniel Wilklson
General Hospital.Burial WII games Friday and I Ia mending nicely, Mn. Green mighty" Palatka visited her mother Mrs. and Dana and Mr. Donald Wilkison.
Monday at Antioch Cemetery near against WUllston Cross and Sword Academy f1I returned home Friday Sept. 8. Our officers elected for this year Nellie Wilkinson sister, Mrs. Daisy Sr.. were hostesses for a birthday

LaCrosse. of were. won by. HCA with Chris Thornton celebrated his 7th are: President Sheila Anderson Both,and niece Mr*. Lynn Whaley on party for Mrs Donald Wilklson. Sr. :
Mr*.Katie Saxon died September 17 of scores the 15 13 and IS 12. Members birthday Sept 12. We wish him many Vice-Pres., Debra Orleman Sunday afternoon on Saturday Sept 9th, at the home of I,.
girls team
at her home in Hampton Funeral Carter Melissa volleyball are: Lisa more. Secretary Jody Rising Treasurer Mill Elizabeth Terry was a guest of Mr. and Mrs Donald Wilklson. Jr.. in :
services were conducted on Tuesdaywith Jenny Nugent Sophia Sull Mr*. Betty Hunter with her son Khandice Stroud, Reporter Wayne her sister Mrs. C.E.!: Strickland, or Jacksonville. They served dinner, ,
burial In Kingsley Lake Cemetery van Lynn, Water Sullivan. Alternates Doll Waters, Randy, and nephew Randy Prescott Crlbb, Safety Chairman, Brand Gainesville, Thursday to Saturday birthday cake, along with Ice cream. t )
Alderman Wendl are Cindy of Tampa visited her parents, Mr. and Herndon, Recreation Chairman Miss Eve Futch and Cht!>ck Jones Col. and Mrs. Rubin Moody of \
Mrs. Marion E. Gnarm of Waldo' van and Lloyd, Cindy Sull Mrs. Ores Prescott, last Wednesday, Mary ,Wright, Historian Mike were their Thursday evening dinnerguests. Satellite Beach, spent several days
died on September 17. Funeral Betty Watmough. Rourka. While there Miss Terry visited with Col. and Mr. William Wilson. 4 1
services were held.Jn Hampton Cenv. .711-Inl Cheerleader While Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler Activities already being discussedare Mr. Arlie Dobbs, at Alachua General Mr. Arlie Dobbs I Is scheduled for
tell on Tuesday. of Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the Christmas to be shared with Hospital on Friday morning. Miss surgery In Alachua General Hospital,

Cheerleader for HCA Paul Prescqtt last Wednesday, .Mn.Betty the Live Oak orphanage and the 4-H Terry and Mrs. Strickland attendedthe Gainesville,cm Tuesday morning.Our '1"
Wedding Glidden are Janice Hunter, accompanied by her Sunday to be shared in church on wedding of her granddaughterMrs. prayer are with them.
captain; Sophia Sullivan, co mother, Lizzie Prescott, Banjy and October 1. Cecelia Gonzalez, and Wayne Mrs Ernest Hewitt, of Tallahassee, j
Miss Debra Caulk and Timothy captain; Cindy Alderman, Lisa Randy, came over and visited awhile.I A big appreciation Is sent to three Yamma at North Central Baptist is spending some time with her i
Klrchaine were married in Hampton Carter, Tavane Greene, Renee Mot Doll just learned Mr. Edward newly acquired project leaders: Chapel and reception at the home of mother Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mrs. Edna
on\ September 1.New, Becky Suiter. Robin Suiter. ) Raulenon had another heart attack Recreation project, Ms. Claire Mr. and Mrs. Don Parcelluzzi. Cason of Macclenny, is visiting Mrs.
Waters and Lynn Waters. Alternate but he was released from the hospital Coleman; Small Engines Project Mr. Mrs. Frank Camp attended the Dobbs and Mrs. Hewitt *o they can
Babies cheerleader are Ava Barrose aria Sunday, so It was thankfully not too Wallace Bradley; Swine Teen Leader District 3 Business and Professional visit Mr. Dobbs in Alachua General
Tammie Ganstlne, Wend! Lloyd I<<'lous. John Krider. Womens Club Meeting which was heldat Hospital Gainesville. Their grand- '.

Beverly Williamson and Levy Melissa Nugent. Our pre-school meeting was the Roadway Inn In Jacksonville on daughter,Mrs. Rosa Lee Carmichael \.
Prevatt announce the birth of their] New ArrivalMr. attended by 68 adults and youth. The Saturday.Mr. and her daughter Mid Berta Carmichael .
:laughter Jessica Lynn Williamson, Hampton Elementary School and Mn Orea Prescott of cook-out was held at the home of Tom and Mr. O.J. Boyette and of Jacksonville, visited tbelr
born September IS at Shands Hosplal. Parents Brooker are the proud grandparent* and Rena Herndon whom we thank so family and their mother, Mrs O.J. grandmother, Mrs. Dobbs at home.
She weighed 5 Ibs. 11 oz. and Meeting of a new grandson, James Vernon much along with our members, that Boyette, Sr, spent the weekend with and their grand-dad, Mr. Dobbs In

measured 22 inches. Maternal grandparents Mrs. Jean Clark Invited f1I Prescott, born Sept 12 to Mr. and brought many covered dishes that Mr. and Mrs. Chuckle Rentiers and Gainesville on Sunday
are Mr. and Mrs. S.D. parent Mn. Vernon Prescott of Tampa. were delicious I family of Summerville, S.C. Miss
Newman of Hampton. Paternal her first grade student to a meeting James Vernon weighed 10 Ibs. izvfc: \ Thanks to Jack and Barbara Cheryl Boyette was in the wedding of CHURCIIACTIVITIES ,
grandmother is Mrs. Thelma Donna- at the school on September 12. ozs. at birth. He join a brother Anderson for using their home* the Miss Judith Rentiers and Joe VellaIn y ,
son of Waldo. Paternal grandfather I Is Information was given on goals lot Randy. meeting place for officers. Charleston, S.C. on Saturday afternoon EVERGREENPTISTI
Mr. Vernon Prevatt of Waldo. the year,and parents were advised on Our officers, chaperoned by our 4-H Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship
Connie and William Muse of Starkeare methods of students children In club leader Charlene Howard: enjoyed Rev David Brown visited Mr. Arlie Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training

the proud parents of a baby boy, becoming good School Lunch Mrnu further discussions over lunch at the Dobbs. In Alachua General Hospital of Union 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting
Shawn William, who was born Pizza Hut.Happy Gainesville, on Friday afternoon. Wednesday 7 p.m
September 13 at Shands Hospital He PTA MeetingThe Sept. S-ZI Birthday H'ers-: Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe FAITH BAPTISTs Radio

weighed 10 Ibs. 1 oz. and measured 20 MONDAY Sept. 25- iii deviled Jacqueline Bradley, 9-3; Robert Stock Car Races at the Speedway Program on' WPXE a a.m. Sunday
inches. Maternal grandparents are Hampton Elementary PTA egg, cheese sauce and macaroni, Coward, 9-13; Jeff McClellom. 9.28; in Lake City, on Saturday night. Bible School 10 a.m.. Worship
Judy and Henry Spell Hampton. held a meeting at the school on orange juice, buttered corn, roll? Robert Starling, 9-2S; Billy Stroud, 9- Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey spent a week Services 11 a.m. and 6-30 pm.,
Maternal great-grandmother la Mrs. Elbert September 14, conducted by Mr. milk.TUESDAY 18 with her daughter, Mm. Wyolene Day Prayer meeting on Wednesday at 6:30:
Viola Lefebvre of Hampton.Mr. Hersey, president.. Other Sept 28_ Bar-B-Q Welcome home, Bruce Howard! and son Keith of Jacksonville.
and Mrs. Eddie Fitzpatrick 01 officers present were Mrs. Cathy weinen and cheese stix, pineapplecake This 4-H member spent a week in the Mrs. Wayne Harper and son Tim pm.FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCIIi

Tampa .spent the weekend with her Williamson, vice-president. ; Mr. tomato wedge, bun, potato Baptist Children's Hospital for exploratory and daughter Karla. of Starke, visitedher Sunday School 9-45: a.m., Worship
mother Mrs. Viola Lefebvre, the Inger Campen secretary, and Mr. chips, milk. tests. Bruce enjoyed all the get grandmother Mrs. Thelma Services 11 am. and 7:30: p.m., "
Henry Spell, and William Muse Jolene Frtese, treasurer. WEDNESDAY Sept. 27Beefaroni. well cards made for him by fellow4H'ers. Prevatt and Mrs. Truman Norman Training Union 6:30 p.m., Prayer
families. Principal Connie Clark Introduced oven baked apples, tossed .. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L.ll. Harper, of Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30p.m.:
teachers and told of -
present, salad with pepper, green beans, rolls, Brenda Stroud Starke, visited them on Saturday and GRACE UNITED METHODIST:
for the The need
plans for
year. a School 9-43 a.m., Worship
Hampton Lake News milk. J.C. Prevatt, of Gainesville visited Sunday :
CongratulaUoMIKaroUne I motion picture projector was also THURSDAY.Sept. 28-Roast beef PERSONALS: them Thursday Services II am and ,7:30 p.m..

emphasized. and gravy, mashed potatoes, fruit Deepest sympathy of the Rev and Mrs. Charles Starling and Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30
and Boyd Dean (Dink) Mrs. Friese, Halloween Carnival Jello, green peas, hot biscuit, milk. community is extended to Charles family spent Friday night with their p.m. on Sunday night, Choir Practiceon
chairman announced for the
Baker of Hampton are the proud plans FRIDAY Sept Hamburger on Dinkins and other relatives due to the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Wednesday night at 7'1J p.m.
parents of a baby boy, Edward Dean, Carnival to be held on Friday evening. bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, peaches, death 'of his wife, Mrs. Juanita Mrs. Jerre Starling of Tallahasseeand HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday
October the school. Her is
21 at
born September 12 at Shandi phone French fries, milk.BroakerBaptls&Church. Dinkins on Tuesday, Sept. 12th. enjoyed Barbecued Spare Ribs School 9'45 a.m., Worship Services 11 .
Hospital. He weighed 6 Ibs. 12 oz. 468-1848! Guests of Miss Elizabeth Terry the for dinner while there. a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting
Maternal Anna and In addition to food booths,plan are first of the week were her nephew and John Sr. at 730
grandparents are Mrs. Tye spent Thursdayto Wednesday p.m. t
for a cake walk fish pond hay ride '
niece, Steve and Miss Eve Futch on '
of with her brother in-law and
Edward Lake.
Clayton Hampton Sunday GOD
costume contests, poster contests A bikathon to sponsor Home CHURCH OF : Sunday
Paternalll1'andparentsare Helen and Sunday afternoon, their parents. Mr. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberts, of School Worship Services 11 fi,
raffles.duck pond, bottle tip, country Mission will be held by the Brooker Mrs. Futch 10 a.m.,
and Benton on Monday
Jeff Baker of Hampton. Maternal store, dunking booth with local cele Baptist Church Saturday, Sept. 23 Jacksonville and Jacksonville.. a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting .,'
night after a trip to ,
great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. brities' participating, and other Bikers will leave the church at'9 Mr. and Mrs: George' Kelly and Wednesday 7 p.m., YPE Friday at 7'
Alfonso Taibi of Graham.: Maternal attractions. a m. Saturday morning to ride around her nephew Terry Futch of Jacksonville ''Mrs. David Kelly and son Justin, p.m.

great-grandmother Is Mrs. Mabel Parents and friends'are invited .to Dedan Loop. If you are asked to' Mr.Beach'''and Mrs.on Tuesday M.M. 'Jordan afternoon.gave spent Sunday with their son-in-law HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday
of Old New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Tappan, assist with the Carnival! sponsor any of the riders please do so their mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson a and daughter. Iteddy School 9-43 a.m., Worship Services 11
Miss Claudette Peterson's filth as It Is for a very worthwhile cause. birthday party on Saturday afternoon. Cox of Howey-ln-the-liills. a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting
Traveler returned to the
grade class won the$10 award for best The Mature Christians Club will They invited several families for a Mrs. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
Geriatric Home at St.
of at the hold their September meeting Augustine ROAD BAPTIST
representation parents luncheon and after the luncheon, they
Mr. and Mr*. Joe B. Oliver from about a week after spending some-
Thursday,Sept. 28,at Brooker Baptist
School 10 am., Worship
' meeting. happy birthday, then she opened Sunday
Hampton Lake have returned home Church. time with her son-in-law and daughter -
I after spending six weeks in Franklin,, Everyone is invited to attend the her gifts. She received cards and gifts Mr. and Mrs G.C Stanley, of Services 11 a.m. and 7pm. Training
Lunch Menu Prayer Meeting ;
sons in Findlay, Ohio. They ,' Union 6 p.m.*
North Carolina. The Ollvers are originally ,. .t.jLSept..2529IT: --!. meeting which will include a covered:. ..:.from hpr_ d1aua ... "_.._.. Cr(' ('rntClty. .J.\ ............;, in,. ."..\0 ..I#..., ., -i. w ,f
ft'omt'Ort: Llauderdale. andbaw":,,, dinner ._ .. ." ,. ,,," '!a ., '1'SNCfT'T'ffuri'ef"C37fi'ea'"DIIIA"A!! : : '; n t
... "1"MttHan" at noon, Jj, ...Jiio.1I..iiI; oo l h: !sJo "I'.; ,. It. MHtTIISIDK BAPTIST Sunday
been living in this area for the pasTiayear .. 1nburger'steak J Sunday with his parents Mr.and
.ondayi rice & Lester Walker. School 10 a.m., Worship Services II

Many* of their friends from Fort) gravy bhreenpe s, strawberry short. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilklson Jr. a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting .
,cake .
Lauderdale were also vacationing at and Robert Allen, of Jacksonville. Wednesday 7pm.SMYRNA
their homes in Franklin Tuesday Tuna rice lasagna, green THOME Sunday afternoon with their MISSIONARY
summer so mixed fruit oatmeal t. spent School 10 a.m..
limas BAPTIST Sunday
with old ? Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wllki-
they had many nice reunions parents,
bread and 7 .
cookie, French Sr.Mrs. Worship Services II a.m p.m.
Mr. Oliver underwent minor Wednesday Pizza, fluffy potatoes 1iJ NOTES son ILL Wilklson. Jr., and Mrs. BTS 5-45 p.m., Prayer Meeting on
tossed salad, peach half, peanut Wednesday at 7 p.m.
of Jacksonville
surgery at the.Veterans Hospital in cookie milk.ThursdaYI ; 9y Roger Edwards spent
North Carolina and I Is doing fine. The Tetrazzina 0
Chicken ,
Oliver appreciate of their friends the concern during and this candled sweet potatoes, green beans, Mary Yearta Eight Attend Diocese Florida Conference I IEight

prayers time. chocolate pudding, w-topping, roll. 904280 Ext.) 284

i Enroute home Mr. and Mrs. Oliver, milk. members from St. Mark's about the bishops from Uganda that
Fish portion turnip ,
Fridays greens
visited their granddaughter and church here attended the Fall were heavily guarded enroute to
and Mrs. Donnie Knox coleslaw,cherry cobbler, corn bread,. SAGE i Sage, hardy perennial of the While both an annual Summer Conference for Episcopalians of the Lambeth and during their stay thereby
milk. mint family and native to the northern and Winter
children Savory a perennial Savoryare
and Chris and Felicia. Diocese of Florida at the Reitz Unionon tryannlsts posing as photographers
shores of the Mediterranean has been
grown It is the loaf of the more and theologians.
known and esteemed for centuries not aromatic Summer' which the University of Florida campus
New Students Savory emotionally retold
Hampton Christian Academy last Friday and Saturday, Sept. 1516. Bishop Cerveny
; only as a fine seasoning for foods but reaches our spice shelves.Its Attending from Starke were Diana the startling statistics he learned al
New students welcomed at. the also as a medicine. German name translates into Lambeth from Bishop Gonzalas of
The staff of Hampton Christian McPherson. Joann Jordan, Helen
Academy consists of Reverend school on September 18 were Kindergartner Ancient herbalists believed that the "bean herb" for it is delightful Murphy, Ester Stalling, Peg Cuba who told Cerveny that three-
use of Sage strengthened the this vegetable. 1t Is
addition to
Mr. Marcia Carpenter who memory. Bill fourths of his priests had been
Richard' Mashburn, Pastor. Stanwix-Ilay, Bradley, and
(CA sage or wise man would have a Included In the
Ronald Glidden serves as Administrator formerly lived In West Virginia; poultry Father and Mrs. John Flynn.Six regularly interrogated and two-third
of the Upper Learning Center, Ginny Bennett, a second grader from long memory.) Doctors at Salerno, blend and it, by Itself, very good in workshops were available for had been imprisoned.
7th thru 12th grades, assisted by Mrs. Glen St. Mary and her brothers the great medieval school of meats meat dressings chicken participants' selection. The 1978 Bishop Cerveny added good news!
Rosemary Suiter and Mrs. Jo Danny Bennett a fifth grader andseventh medicine, asked, "How can a man soups salads, and sauces. Try a pinch theme for Episcopalians "Followingthe before the Eucharist was celebrated.
die who grows Sage In his garden." of In scrambled or
grader, Timmy Bennett. Savory eggs Lord At the first tambethConferento there
Williamson Monitor. Living was exemplified by
school enrollment standsat Supposedly, too,Sage thrives when its omelets, too.
Is of The now in Christian was only one non-white priest, at
Mr. Robert Suiter Supervisor workshops Education.
students. owner is prosperous, especially If the Is sold whole or ground. We '
192 Lambeth 78 there were 00 bishops
3rd thru
the Center, Communications Evangelism and
Lower Learning wife rules the home. Slender and and
Import moat of own from France
from Africa alone There lIre now
6th with Monitors Mrs. Jean Renewal, Social Ministry Youth
green when picked Sage Leaves turna The leaves are small seldom
Contois and Mr. Happy Birthday Spain. and over 400 Dioceses world-wide and
Sullivan Mrs.Joyce Ministry Stewardship.
silver when dried. of inch in
grey exceeding three-eighths an
:i.NM( Episcopalians are horn daily
Joe five hours of
Meng. David six old For several centuries Sage has been length and brown-green when dried. Following workshop
Bridges was
years Zenith of the 2-day conference:
The 2nd grade !la taught by Mrs. sessions Saturday interrupted only
Rhoden celebrated used in American kitchens for pork For further Information concerningyour
September 15. Randy the celebration of the Holy Eucharist:
Martha Brown. his 5th 16. and other meat, In poultry stuffings, household write to County by lunch Bishop Frank Cerveny
birthday September Music! was provided by members oi
iii the Kindergarten
Mrs.Phyllis McClure delivered a sermon titled: "A Global
in baked fish salad and
Debbie Helle and Tommy Parker both dressings Extension Home Economics Agent. the Episcopal Chapel at UFooooooooooc.
and 1st teacher. of the Lord
grade View Following
chowder. Sage cheese is Living
celebrated birthdays September 19. expected on Mary S. Yearta, P.O. Drawer 1028.
Pre-Kindergarten teacher i Is Mrs. Karla Rush turned on September 21, the Thanksgiving tables of many New, Starke, Florida 32091 or call 904-6280 Bishop Cerveny has just recently
Lottie Glidden. Englanders. It belonged in the Extension 284 (Starke) or 490-2321 returned from Lambeth England .
Mrs. Ruth Underwood and Mrs. * * * * "bundle of sweet herbs" mentioned so (Lake Butler). This service Is free t< where the Archbishop of Canterbury ST M: .VRK'SKPISCOPALtllUUII
Juanita Pearsall supervise the nur often in old recipe books. It goes into everyone without regard to race hosts all Anglican Bishops once every : I

sery.Mrs. Servicewomenr poultry seasoning and large color, or national origin. 10 years.
Barbara Carter has charge of quantities are used in commercialmeat Bishop Cerveny gave examples of Sunday September 21: 8:311: a m..
the library and canteen. The' * * * * packing and processing. the difficulty of being a Christian in Holy Eucharist: 9:45: a m. Church

school secretary Is Mrs. Aleathia HOSPITALMAN APP KAREN L. Sage comes In whole, rubbed and ServicemenAF some parts of the world today. He told School; 11 a.m. Holy Baptism:' :.1 I p.m..,''. .

Redding. POWELL ground form. Rubbed Sage has a Selects Douglas E.Y.C.
fluffy consistency, a* opposed to the For Special Training llSt.Murka .. Wednesday September 271 6:311: )

Parent Teacher FellowshipThe Karen L. Powell, daughter of Mr. fine powder of Ground Sage Many .San An&onloAirman Douglas E. p m., Covered Dish Supper. &.,_

teacher fellowship and Mrs. Pete Powell,of Rt. 1, Starke, cooks and sausage makers,especially Rowell. son of Mr. and 1\1rl. James B. Youth Make First
first parent enlisted the in the South feel the
has been accepted and rubbed product been : <
Rowell. Sr of
Hampton :
will be held Saturday, September 23,
U.S. Navy's Hospital Corpsman gives a superior flavoring effect Sage selected to. CommunionsSept.17Following > * * * *
at 730.: All parent. are encouraged to Program. is imported from Yugoslavia and instruction after completing Air <
attend* other areas southern SERVICEMEN
Europe. Force basic training al Lackland a week of serious :

weeks of basic trainingIn AFB Texas. Instruction Father John .
Flynn anda *
After seven SAVOHYt by * * * *v.
Rowell studied Air Force
FootballJamboreeThe Orlando, Fla.. Hospltalman In spite of appetizing name and the couple weeks of reflection. 11 young
Apprentice Powell will spend ten ((10) the fact that this herb of the mint mission organization, and customs people made their first communions Commander Bird
weeks at San Diego, Calif or Great and received special Instruction In Sunday Sept. 17.
Hampton Christian Academy family has been known for centuries, Is Exec OfficerAt
of the Lakes attending Hospital Corpsman human relations. Completion of this They were: Jason. Jennifer and
hosted the Northern Division very little by way of myth or superstition Detroit Facility
Florida Association of Christian School. At this class 'A" school, clung to it.> The greek physician. training earned the Individual credits Jody Brown John Stanwix-llay. Chris Navy Commander Paul L. Bird, son
Educators Flag Football Jamboree Karen's training will be in the basic Hippocrates, born 4CO' B.C., listed toward an associate In applied science Powell, Eric Starling Nancy Grlder. of Marie M. Bird of Keystone Height,

Friday night. September 8. with the principals and techniques of patient savory as a cure for bilious attack. It degree of'through the Community Cathy and Keith Gillmgham. Cindy recently assumed duties as executive
College the Air Force.The .
following schools participating: care and first aid procedures. was one of the 13 spices added to wine Wlnklen and Danlela Rlgby officer of the Detroit Naval Air,
Academy, Cross airman now goes to Keesler A reception followed the church Mount Clemens, Mich.
Hampton Christian when making a ISth-Century cough Facility.
and Sword Christian Academy of Hospital Corpsman Powell i Is being medicine. Shakespeare referred to- Command's AFB.Miss.,attend the Training service to honor the youth on the A 1957 graduate of the University of

Williston,. Starke Christian School, given credit for studies at St John' Savory in the Winter's Tale, "here's communication/ systems Parish House porch. Each was Florida, with a Bachelor of Science In
Ridge- Junior and is starting the operator course presented a certificate by father Administration Bird Joined the
Hollister Christian Academy College flowers for you; Hot lavender. Mint. *. Airman Rowell is 1977 graduateof navy
view Christian Academy of Navy in an advance paygrade Savory, Marjoram" Bradford High School.a Flynn. I In October, 1957 .
Gainesville Regency Jacksonville
Christian Academy of _

and Nassau Eastslde Christian Baptist Academy Christian of Yulee Academy -, Corpsman After Initial School assignment, Hospital,Corpsman following Micke", Is Having \ ,.' \ ,

Apprentice Powell will be qualified '
of Chiefland. in Another
Nassau Christian Academy were for advance schooling Cardiopulmonary

the winner of the Jamboree. Neuropsychiatry, Electroencephalography Laboratory Technii! 1st Item At t
Hampton Christian Academy / .
defeated the Cross and Sword clan other, fields Otorhinolaryngology available. or many Bargain Price !X9MICKEY'S

Academy football team In the game
played at Willis ton Friday by a 63-22
score. ,Karen was enlisted by First Class nd I
The Academy's next game will been Petty Officer Ronald Miller,who is at set

their own field Friday.September Bradford Square Mondays and Of Equal MOIIIIf MUItS1UII
Baptist Thursdays from 2 p.m. nil S p.m. and '' Of ,
land : Regency Lea
Temple against Christian Academy of at the Bradford County High School '0"'. M.foh.ndl.. Excluded from This S.I. Value for Only ........
TII., AIr.ody ao.oialy Pried
Jacksonville. from 10 a.m. til 12:00: noon

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n by EUiabeth ar..auaa1" Walker V ttD family :cent;ers Register for Drawing

The Ceecereftd CltHtas .f Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. Evening .. '.
Bradford County will meet Thursday. Worship p.m. 2 Size XL "American Fier"Hunting
Sept. 28, at 7:30: p.m. In the R.J.E. Greater Bethlehem. Freewill
Complex. AU citizens are invited to Baptist Church Each Monday 8:30: mm J ;JfJmIlHqIJJGID(! )
attend. The cooperation I Ie needed p.m. The Tiny Tots rehearse Prayer
from all citizen. Meeting each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Coats
Dell Chapter 1M O.E.S. will hold Wednesday at 7 p.m. the All Male
its regular meeting Thursday Sept. Chorus rehearses. Group 1 from the 301i S. Stake Flo.STOffi.HOURS :
28. In the Masonic Hall on Brownlea Mission Department meets at the : To Be Given
Street. All members are asked to be horn of Mrs. Gertrude Covlngton at Away
present 7:30: p.m. Group 3 will meet at the : Man Wed. 9.8 ,: j
The workshop will be held in home of Mrs. Bertha Smith at 7:30: : Drawing M Sept 25 1978
Tallahassee beginning Friday night p.m.Group: will meet at the home of Thur Sat. 9-9 Sunday 12-9 n. .
Sept. 22, and Saturday, with a local Mamie UHour : p.m. Each Need Not Ba I'
program. Thursday at the church 'reStatTo Win
and Senior Choir rehearsal. Friday at
School activities 6:30: p.m.Junior Choir rehearses, and
the Junior Usher Board will meet.

teachers Math Math department Department this at Mrs.BMS Newst baa The I sponsor Friday at a 8 program.p.m. the Saturday Deaconesses dinners will rifles s tguNYLON

five Moore la department year. head. There Dorothy'are will School be 9:30 sold a.m.from.'Morning the kitchen.Worship Sunday IIa.m.
regular math
teachers Mrs.
DUBMT 12:30pr.: At S p.m. the __
Mrs. Peg Deaconesses will celebrate their
StanwixHay. Mrs Virginia Walkup : aa AUTOMATIC '
anniversary. Everyone Is Invited.
and BUI Dampier. Mr. Chris Preisler 12 or 20-GAUGE SLIDE-ACTIOH
Is substituting for Mr. Dampier until "
Pleasant G.... UsJte4
the end 01 September. In addition to Methodist SHOTGUN
the 9 regular teachers BMS has 3 Church The Young Adult Choir .22 RIFLE with 4X SCOPE C-Lect
compensatory education math rehearses every first and second tteoo
teachers: Ms. Liz Hines Miss Sandra Monday at 7 p.m. Each Tuesday 7 4X scope. Tubular magazine. Du- turm.87.OO
Thompkins and Mr. Steve Acree. p.m.. Young Junior Choir rehearses. Pont structural nylon stock 8 11 simple
There are 89 students In Wednesday Prayer Meeting. forearm.
compensatory math classes. These Thursday p.m. Bible Study. Sunday "" "
students have math two hours each School 10 a,m. will conclude services VENT RIB
day until for the day.Church '
January. From January- 30/00 AUTOMATIC RIFLE 1 2 20 GAUGE AUTO. SHOTGUN
June they will have math one hour of God' la Christ The or -
each day and approximately 89 more Sewing Circle will meet Monday at 7 30/06 rib
students will be placed In p.m. Bible Band each Tuesday at 7:30:: rifle byb Rem '' Itt'ntiit{; i1it Vent orlripnfrfg
compensatory math for two hours p.m. Friday all members will attend 4lt Arms*. o p1/00 or IC chokes. -f gg.oo
daily. the concert at New Bethel. Sunday 742 AOL
During the first 2-3 weeks of school: School at 9:30: a m. Morning Worship ,. .-
all students learned place value. 11:30: a.m. YPWW 8:30 p.m. Evening --- .
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Following approximately one week of Worship 8 p.m. .PLAIN BARREL
review each class will begin learning New Bethel Wednesday 7:30: 30/08 BOLT-ACTION RIFLE
the skills they need which was Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Remington1 30/06 12'or ZO-GAUGE AUTO. SHOTGUN
Indicated the Thursday at 6:3up: m. Choir No. 1 will caliber bolt-action -j
by math placement test 67.OOL wI plain 6 28
rehearse. All Choir members DLfiHg/0fl ItmIl/4II'" o3PC .
taken the first week of school. are MF 1 83
bAR ELL. 00 f
The Language Art Department invited to be present. Friday Mrs. TOO #11 a Choke i,
Is stressing a "Back to Basics' Betsey and the performers from ; .
approach. In addition to emphasizing Santa Fe College will present a k\
these skills the eighth grade classesare performance at Bethel at 8 p.m. You RIFLE VENT RIB f
are invited to Side eject; Gold-Plated steel Am.
attend. trigger
receiving a skill renew -
program 12 2O GAUGE SHOTGUN (
in preparation for the forthcoming Friday'Sinai Aae Ia..... will be arf/n black walnut stock. or > PUMP
State Assessment Test. held in Olustee. Sunday School will 9 171 *" Vent rib 26, 28 or 30" !
An attempt to further assist the conclude services.Mt. 338 C l%>1/I00H. barrels. M, F or 1C 164 00 I
students' reading ability is being Zlon Choir rehearses each #870 chokes. I I
made through the administration of Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Church
reading diagnostic testa. These test conference Friday 7:30 p.m. Sunday y. ';;::;;;':'A '..PLAIN.AAA.L'GLENFIELD o
results will be used by the teachers to School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 75 .22 AUTO. CARBINE i
pinpoint areas of weakness and a.m. Evening Worship 4 p.m. Hardwood stock or
strengths and help to determine what Ebeneier Baptist Church Each ,dQ jn w/walnut finish. Sling 43', \ 44.OO
materials and Instructional approach Tuesday 8 p.m. Bible Class. Thursday swivels. 4x15MM scope.
will best benefit the student. Mr. Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist
Michael Brunetti Joined the Convention will begin in Olustee at
department this year replacing Mrs. Jerusalem Baptist Church. All
Barbara Stein who has relocated to members are Invited to be in the
Tvn. FellowllhiD.
The 'cooperation of all parents is Free Caiman Tree Church .f God ,... .
needed by the teachers In working In Chrteli Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer i -ii '
with the students Band Service. Friday 7:30: p.m. r Holds 2 gun*.
Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10
Church Activities a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. ,.
Evening Worship 7:30 Selected .
: p.m. Pick Up
Greater Allen I
Chapel A.M.E.
Antioch Missionary Church: 97 barrel. Full .
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Thursday 7:30
Presiding Elder F R.Satchel will hold The pastor: and p.m.congregation Prayer Meeting.will Gun Rack
the fourth and last
quarterly con- attend
the Association
Friday through
ference Sunday in the 11 a.m. service. Sunday in Olustee.
The pastor is asking all boards to have Mt. Morlah United Methodist k rof
reports. Church: Each Wednesday at 7:30: t'a
Day activity will
terminate the
p.m. Choir
Sunday,Oct.8. Rev. Fann of Live Oak rehearses.
Anniversary for
Choir No.
2 will be
will be the
speaker at the 11
service. a.m. held Friday at 8 p.m. Sunday School
9:30 a.m. All members are asked to
The Fellowship of Churches will be
attend the of
held Sunday at 3 All
p.m. members p.m. at Greater Allen Chapel.
are asked to be present.
St. John
Baptist Church
MU Pkgah A.M.E.
Church Choir
: School 10
rehearsal a.m. Men' Day will be
each Saturday 8
p.m. observed beginning with the 11 a.m.
Sunday School
10 a.m. Morning
service. Mr.
Hermon Johnson will
Worship 11 a.m.. All
are speak. At 3 ML
p.m. Zion A.M.E
invited to attend the
Fellowship Church: Rev. Snakespear. pastor and
Churches at 3

Services.God First: Each Born Friday Tuesday p.m.Church 7:45: 7:43: pm.of p.m.the Tarrying Prayer Living will Meeting.services.congregation rehearse.Thursday Monday will noon at preside 7.p Prayer.m. the In Choir Band the : iJ LI

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I BItS Defense Puts Clanffp On West Nassau I


Bradford's defense stooped: Weil the plgtkln. Larry Overstreet's Camming\ came up with his first at
Naaau seven time in Blfiterritorjnd recovery gave the Warrior a first two! big playa of the night, an loterEn Y

Marvin Tyson rambled to hU and 10 at The BHS 36. at the BUS 14. Before

second: consecutive iso yard earn HUM The Warrior failed to cash in when Inca' theft Nassau's, Paxton k
Browning was upended at the line of !passes to flanker Drew
Tornadoes eased to a 2s'' 4 win ova for 10
Alton Moore and Saul and wldeout Scot Burch
HSLWwt Nassau at Bradford scrimmage by
? !!
Friday September IS. Woods and two Paxton passe fell (yards each.
his interception
It was' Bradf,,"',home opener and Incomplete.With Flv.IaYS after
just fair minutes to CD In the Cummings tacked eta more point l on r
a g"" d-slied home town crowd he our
watched comfortably as the first stani the Bradford offense Ute BUS side of the Scoreboard as
full\ series of whipped the WN man-to-man pass
Tornado i were In control aU the way finally sustained a 27
against the impreMlv downs. Though UM mini-drive lasted \defense and pulled in Norman's
M school to run their record la lust six play a.,a 31 yard bunt off left .yard' loft'with 17 ..econdllbowllll'ln.tile with
r tackle by Tyson showed signs of half. Cummings alternates

Vast Nassau had scoring opportunities things to come. (Kenny Clark. Scott: Allen, Dale and

In the game but Use Tornado) Tarnadoe Drive '!defensive Richard secondary Milner cohort and Donald
defense frustrated Warrior TeFIrstScure
every Before the
attack, throttling Wen Nassau's On the next Tornado possession Reddish at wldeout. strike Br.docrd"
heralded running game to an average Tyson led a nine play.72 yard scoring 'Norman to dimming
was highlighted
cI just two yard an attempt and then march and capped the push with his second scoring
choking off UM Warrior pawing three yard run to the left side. Along'the : by a 10 yard pass Chastain from ....w"ri
who had 153 yards on Norman to slotback Marty -
attack Highly regarded Warrior Tyson
back In the (after rushingfor and around streaks of 19 and 29 yards later.was kicked hard In the calf muscle d..blahe first
running Adam Browning felt the 32 carries game BUS running back Marvin Tyson rambles for yardage
queen of tile Bradford defense ai 151 steps last week against Joy J Tyson. .a UM ZM win ever West Maisae's Warrior Tyson said quarter but be played the entire game

much aa any Nassau player. TIle .
enter major college prospect was
limited to 22 carries In die
game aa Tornado defenders, :! like TELEGRAPHverse

Hlldebrand 1 kevia.tiuddislv i I
Isaiah Jenkins and Fwd Woods

hammored$ him play ,after play. '
Browning! fumbled lour times In the SPORTS
ga < BUS recovering" two of hisboAs
jn ]hth! .. ( ,

the game wore on In Bradford's

favor Nassau was forced to go to the

air, and though successful: In spurts, Donald collided with his blocker Mathews the
but comet-back,
Paxton play
Warrior play-caller ,
the ball popped free and the Warriors !
Reddish home and turned
completed just live of 18 tosses with stayed
play Into four yard loss On the next recovered to get yet another shot at
two interceptions.
Though West Nassau found no wayto play Reddish again had the corner erasing the goose egg on their side of

penetrate the Tornado goal line covered as Paxton lost a yard on a the Scoreboard.: They failed again.
BUS scored three ways; on the bootleg. Paxton tried to hit Soul on Browning almost lost the ball for
ground, In the air and on the Interception third and fourth down pauses but both the third time when he ran Into a red
the ice In Nissan SaWs was well wall on first down and two pastes
return.Tyson broke Bradford' linebacker1 Isaiah Jenkins puts the teat' OR West .I went Incomplete as
the game with a three yard TD Jaunt Ron Paxton (right en this first quarter play In BHS' 20-0 win.Meaklas covered and the BHS pass rush heavy. intended for Sauls and Travis. were
quarterback covered and incomplete.Milner
with S:47: to go in the first half. The forced Paxton to shovel the ball off quickly and his pass was almost The usually sure-handed Tyson well !
came with Just Just f fumbled the ball away on Bradford'.
second: Tornado score The batt-hawktag BHS defense allowed Paxton to complete
17 seconds to go In the half as BUS next possession and once again the Interception
Its first aerial score of 1V7D. five of 18 passes Tornado defense was to be tested, this- Seat Win
rang up Morman threw a 27 yard Marvin Tyson scoots around the time from their 47. BHS defense sealed the game their

QB endzone Jeffrey strike to wldeout Dwayne The Tornado offensive line> of 'end m a 29 yard sweep play against The Warrior found few holes in the next time out as Milner took the ball

Gumming: who had outsprlnted a .. ]Ronald Mathew Allen Scott Marcus West Nassau. The stocky sprinter Bradford stop-crew but a 15 yard pass away from Sauls on a third down pass
defender down the left sideline. I[:nace, Johnny Bell, Fred Woods and rushed for 153 yards In the game-hi* interference penalty and an eight from the Warrior 29 and rolled to six

Richard 'MUner capped the scoring' il Chapman became more effective second ISO yard performance In as yard paw play from Paxton to Burch points behind a block by Jenkins.

with 4:32: left In Uw game when he titer the early stages of the game, many games In 1 78.tcry. pushed the ball to the BHS 21 as the Marcus Cruce kicked his second extra

swiped a Paxton pass at the WN 39, leading a 174 yard ground attack<;and third quarter wound down. On a point on three attempts and Bradfordran

line and raced untouched to UM living Norman enough time to .They took the second half kickoff second and one play Browning went out the clock to claim the 20-0 win

yard line. lt complete three of live passes with no and cruised 76 yards on a 17 play drive for the first down but was floored a WN BIIHPlrMOwtm

Interceptions. before finally. being slowed at the BHS yard behind the line of scrimmage by II
HIldebrand. The n
Reddish and
BUS In Trouble Early Kevin H.IMPlMUIfVn
17. ,
The early stages of the game were l Defense Shine .' Paxton hit hit big tight end Bruce had the same result with) RYMaaaau4Ya4M 14 Nhaaeala.aRNM
played precariously close to the Bradford ; In the second half Bradford'soffense Travis twice on the drive. First the Reddish stopping Browning by himself MM as.ewar.Arwap -.

goal line as the two teams handed 1 { was lees Impressive, twice pair hooked up on a screen play for 14 for a yard loss. On a desperation MI..( .1"..IPumMnMtt .
the ball back and forth to each other. giving up the football on fumbles and yards and then Paxton found Travis fourth and three play Paxton bootlegged p.al/M.va1 4-11- .-.
After BHS'. Dale Rogers returned unable to sustain time-killing drive look-in pattern for another' 14 to his right and was run out of I
the opening kickoff 17 yards to the Tornado linebacker Danny' It was the defelllie thaI preserved the on a that pushed the ball to the bounds for a four yard loss. was, NASSAU sea5RADPORD *. -. a

Bradford 35 the Tornadoes quickly Ilildebrand stopped wldeout Drew win.holding Browning to 14 yards WN on Tornado yarder 24. In between the passes The Tornadoes gave WN one last Mil TyVMU, yen.ran MCMIt.IMKKM. HI.. I
coughed the ball ,up. Warrior end Sauls for a It yard gain on this second 13 aecond-half baffle stopping Saul skirted his right end on a chance to score on a freak miscue .
Bruce Travis fell on a lint down quarter Warrior pass play. twice inside the 25: and putting Uu \ flanker reverse that went .for nine with eight minutes left in the game. Me,Cummifif>"pare pen. tnm'Xmrmmni.. tic
fumble to give WN possession at the 'Inalscore on the board on Mllner'aInterception ,Norman hit Chastain on a third and 11114 I14. _
yards. Mllmr If pare MMrcoftlM rMunu
a HSi
BHS 34.Bradford's. Macclenny), busted a 29 yard run on a return. had three t On a first and 10 from the 12 WN nine pass play and as Marty marker fought he kick. tae.
warmed rapidly Warriors actually the first down
defense The the re- toward
turned quarterbacksneak tried to set Sauls free on
Norman a again I
sweep, in Tornado torrl
holding Browning to seven yardj into a three yard gain on third last half possessions
on two carries and then regaining the six, and West
and one from
ball for Big Red when defensive end
twice for 20

Mark an eight Moeely yard hauled Iou on Paxton,,a fourth down clown fa yards.After Nassau. was the penalized first score Bradford Tornadoes] Meet Buchholz; ;:9..t-'J.9Jg Qt t. p" _

pass play. chance to their lead 'I
The hug Warrior defense. stacket quickly had a pad : ... .
'--._,.__............,.....,u..,....BitS *nand '" .h>H-Iailad'*...c.pifrrtia. uuitoUiw"''"' '
early disaster almost struck Ux I Browning fumble .The Nassau star Opponent'To Date"'In Gainesville TonightJL
home team. The long snap from lost the handle when Danny Ililde
sailed over punter Scott Allen'i.I brand -cricked him at the line of -
center and Woods found the ball and allowed offensive Allen Scott, strong side tackle;
head and rolled Inside the Bradford I scrimmage Tornadoes will to 'Dickey, Nurse said after seeing the Lake Weir
try side guard
Johnny Bell strong ;
TD the
at the Warrior 25. orientated Santa Fe Just one
Nassau had only I Secondary Coach Mike
Fortunately ''Cats film
20. keep their unbeaten string alive i on Fred Woods
Cruce center
Marcus ;
rush and Allen was able to re. A Norman to Ronald Mathews pass chimed In that it will take other SF score came on a fumble
mild on missed and WN tonight (Thursday Sept 21) when Hartley weak side guard AI Chapman weak
attempt Just gave ).
trieve the ball and quick-kick It out fa face off another solid effort by his crew also. recovery
they against un- tackle Norman quarterback -
mate side ;Jeffrey
Tyson and running Doug without Jenkins, 190;
"This is our biggest test a Noseguard Larry
beaten Gainesville Buchholz: at Clark wldeout Marvin
This time it was the Warriors who Reddish little room as they stopped Florida Field in Gainesville."They're 'doubt," Hartley said In reference to defensive end Kevin Hanson, 169; ; Kenny and Doug Reddish ; running

made the mistake as a loose Paxton fa: BHS on downs. our toughest opponent to his defensive backs, "We've been linebacker Steve Weingart, 175; Tyson Chastain. flanker.
Browning handoff was Interrupted: bi; date, no doubt about It," BHS Head ,pointing toward this game because cornerback Willie Brown, 16S" and Defensively the Tornadoes will
Kevin Reddial t CUmmlnp'lntercepdea knows the kind of throwing Jim Taylor, 165 lead the
Tornado middle guard Coach David Hurse said Monday. everybody safety with Kevin Reddish, middle
His Score again go
Set ,
the ball at the Bradford Up Buchholz has. If we come out of Buchholz defense.At .
who pounced on Kickoff time Is 8 for the game and Frank Swindell,
p.m. game Woods
West Nassau together a brief scouting guard;
put each
39. Again the Tornadoes laid the that matches Bradford's stingy this game all right we'll be In good the top of Mark Mosly and Alton
the ground on an'Intendec' aerial drive to move Into Tornado the rest of the year I think." report a short list of the opponent'soutstanding tackles;
ball on defense against Buchholz's explosive defensive ends; Danny Hilde-
Red listedAmong
Warrior fell 01 territory but Big safety Dwayne asked if he would change anything team traits are
handoff and again a offense.. The Tornado stoppers have When Buchholz brand and Isaiah Jenkins, linebackers -
allowed Just 7 points In their first two In the secondary to offset the the list that praises Richard Milner and Donald
and ;
air skill Hartley said no."We'll for Its team unity, execution condltlening
ball while the Bobcats have cornerbacks Dale Rogers
games Reddish, ;
word that beat
tacked 68 points on the board In their .1 play our basic defense, we'lljust la the one monsterback and Dwayne
,Teams Have Rough of be more pass-conscious than suits the Bobcats explosive.
Warner first two outings. If* one Cummings safety.
with the same
Pop said Bradford will stay
I those football cases with an lireBistable \usual, the secondary skipper week. Cruce will handle the place kicks
"We have to concentrate not starting lineup
lorcelmeetlngl.nllrnmov.ble! while Scott Allen will again handle
starting chart
sucked in on play-actin type Offensively the
has to give.If getting
Debuts, Play at home 'Saturday object..something the BHS defense busts at the aMf.' reads: Ronald Mathews, tight end; punta.

seams Buchholz quarterback D.rrylDickey I To think that Buchholz is entirely a -

Two of Bradford County's Pop 'against Orange Park Saturday at will probably be a main force passing team would be a mistake. |St. Edwards Church Hall_ Every Saturday 8:00: P.M.

their home. in the explosion. The Junior class son Against Santa Fe the Bobcats passedfor
Warner football with teams lasses opened while the The Jr. Pee 'Wee team .had open of Gator coach Doug Dickey has 92 yards but ran for 207. Number 2

regular seasons played and lost a date last Saturday but played a thrown for 267 y.rellin his first two Ted Dixon give the 'Cats a genuine BINGO
other local squad Bel-Med. threat at tailback and Is
Saturday, scrimmage game against games and last week riddled highly breakaway
scrimmage game The local were whipped 53-0: in thepractice regarded Santa Fe with three touchdown ably fronted by fullback ,Carl '41 1 N film ,is' Ave 9tar''e, Fla
September test.Saturday passes in a 40-13 Bobcat win. Henderson, number 45.
Midget Cowboys were aU three Pop Warner The BHSIscoutinglreport notes that "Both their fullbacks are strong
The Jr. tough Orange Park teams win'play home games at the Dickey is a dangerous runner and is Mockers on the run and the pass,
284 by a
topped in Orange Park. A high school field in Starke. The Jr. effective passing the ball from the Hume observed, saying that abilitywas

team Saturday for the local youth team,, Pee Wees meet the same BelMedteam pocket or on the run The slender a key to the Buchholz offensive. ,Florida Bank at Starke
bright Isn't
Davis who rushed for 100 that handled them easily In the right' favorite target Ia I flanker Ted Up front Buchholz .. '
was Kenny 10 carries. game Saturday 10 a.m. Taylor,number 89,but he also tinged exceptionally big but i* rated strongIn i I. :-c ,iv.-" -* I i.: : '. : : ; ; '
yards on the Jr. Midget team scrimmage '* Pee Wee* play TD passes to wldeouts Greg Jones and the techniques of pass and run

Defensively led by Kevin Griffin who made 13, host Orange Park and at two the Jr. Scott Kerslake In the Santa Fe game blocking. Standouts on the Bobcat
was Kenny Dewitt with 10 tackles, Midget play Orange Park. Sure-handed Chuckle Nobles number offensive line are 180 pound guard ORINGTHEBROADCASTS'OFTHE
stops, and Brad Brown with 23, starts at split end to round out Robert Mcllvalne, No. 69; tight end ISSPqN
and Craig Sapp of
each. Dance Set For Saturday Dickey'. stable of receivers. Brad- Terry King No. 88, and the big boy a
even tackles coach David Bennett admitted The BC Pop Warner, Associationwill ford'. coaches know the Buchholz tile offense, Hilbert Cue, a Z29 pound ''
Jr. Midget evening dance for the tackle ,who wears a mean grimace!
Park was "one of the put on a Saturday aerial show must M stopped
teams Orange in our league" but also' after the football team's September 23games. : Tornadoes to earn their.third win in as land Jersey number 79. FOOTBALL
best think Buchholz is all TORNADOES
tries. anyone
needs more ,
said hla club and execution The dance will be held at the Civil "One of the real keys for us points, and no defense let it beremembered '
fundamentals Bradford: from 7:30 to 10:30: II I on the'Cat defense shut out : -
At Mlddleburg the Pee' Defense Building Thursday night putting pressure : GAMES ALONG WITHAutomotive \ (. ,
to the
in their with up
Wee team fell to Bel Med 18-0 adults '
eighth Invited.
The Pee Wees had playedKeyatone grade and Center
opener. to a 0-0 tie in the preseason Admission is SO cents for student and Parts

and hope to bounce back tl for adults.
Jamboree Gem Jewelry ,
4 .

II Punt Pass & Kick Reg. Set a'.1 .ack ra Stan's Bootery "' '_I'. .
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1* this year, or not have their 14th birthday Y l1J 1JEt1b 3 ($ .'>:'" B.F.v, Goodrich Tire 1. V/: :
and Kick .
Punt Pas before the end of the this year f" Plymouth

justaround the corner,and announcesthat the Starke and each age group will compete only r!a Town,. & Country Chrysler id ,

Recreation Department 'against children their own age. r '
registration for 8-1) year olds Estate-
interested In competing will continue t : f I Geo Roberts Ins & Real .
r through Sept. 29. from.8:30 a.m. to, ''There wilt be no fee, only rubber Rte WOdns .' ..
allowed, and With .
weekdays.c soled athletic shoes arc : "
5:30; p.m. lit 2nd and 3rd place trophies! will be TO ." ;
YOU : \
annual announced at WE URGE
competition' for the awarded.Clinics will be ;

event Local sponsored in Starke by a,later date.' ,, .( ,. ... ....j; : Cistam Designed For Too .

.TerwlileMr a begin Sept.ta' *,

with eignt l year old beginning continuing. ..t ';,. sU' PP'ORT'I/ ,I. f .> I'
'a.m.an each age group \ ..'!
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The future gridiron star canregister Clinics will ,b* held at the Pratt :- ". -.r I..IU".. MI1N; THETORNADOES FDIC. .,-

at the old armory from 8:30: to Street Field for local entrants.The 8-9 IGNS kfMOINIe .
St. Recreation Center will be Monday Sept "
5:30: or at Pratt year old clinic "ti
5-Competition will, beheld old* is set for ,
from 8:301o
< 29! the lOon year .
on Pratt St., field. Tuesday, Sept. 28, and the 12-13 age 9646511' STARKE : < 1: ;
27 all ,
must group clime Wednesday Sept. :
event i
:.[children eligible for the running from 5:300:30: p.m. '
SI of
be old by December ',
eight years "' ,1 "

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I'' .. BHS Coaches "" < .".f ..' '' ,. t.! .. ',' ..
Applaud 1" !: ,
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f. ','. ,-" <: ..tI'tr'4' I fiA' '> ,
WarmingThe ,,',V ,,,,,.. "It 'MI' I. ,
Defense Condemn ..III. ... .
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couple of Bradford football tackles and pressured their quarterback ,

coaches had plenty to say after the throughout the game. I was real
Tornadoes win over West Nassau pleased with Alton Moore; he startedfor
BenchWith a while! the other staff members had us last year and we're looking for
trouble finding pleasant words to l him to come on strong for us."
voice. Defensive Backfield Coach Mike
Hartley was nearly as pleased with
did the
The coaches who talking
I his secondary players as Sexton was
Buddy Callings ..,., were praising the defensive showing with the defensive front men
the Bradford In the shutout
by caches "As a group we /got better.In last
t. . . . *- win while who said week's game" Hartley said, "We
little were offensive mentors) who ,hope to Improve every time out. if we
St.Augustine Early SAAA Leader chose to say nothing at all la cases do and no one gets hurt we'll be one of

St. Augustine's Yellow Jackets, the preseason favorite In the District SAAA where they might have In criticized the their the best secondaries in the area
gridiron race, sped out of the District blocks In winning fashion last week. The offense for mistakes Will for towards the end of the season."
"It was a good game us,
Jackets stung Green Cove Clay 954 Friday as fullback Jimmle Brawl romped Coordinator Mike Sexton Hartley said Dwayne dimming
for four touchdowns. Defensive "We had and Richard ,Mllner shared the Janice Jockel.". .. for the Lady Tornadoes their.ell.ybaIiIOlll to Santa
St. Augustine now 2-0.figures as the heavy favorite In the four learn District said of: team the defensive effort unit against West a Defensive Back of the Week award.He Fe Tuesday night Vctleyball Coach lass Harvey saM serving was a strength
chase for a playoff spot with the Tornadoes a dark horse, Palatka a long-shot good cited Cummings/ for playing the for her team In the season opener
and Green Cove an also ran again./ Nassau.Sexton lauded each member ot his option play well and coming up with
One Indication of how BHS stacks up against/ St Augustine will come Friday outfit his second Interception of the season
defensive saying they played as
night September 22,when the Yellow Jackets host Macclenny: Baker County. showed excellent team CUmmings was a co-recipient: of the
Bradford opened the season with tough 13-7 win at MaccJem y.The Tornadoes a unit and Kevin Reddish pur award last week too. BHS
suit. Middle guard Volleyball
will meet St Augustine at home November 10. again led the team In tackle with Mllner drew praise for his Drops
Green Cove Is now 0-2 on the year 0-1 In District play. Palatka evened Its linebackers Isaiah Jenkins and Danny "excellent pass coverage" during/ the
mark at l-l with a 90 win over Live Oak Bnwannee County Friday. BUS plays Hildebrand not far behind. Sexton game and for his fourth quarter interception -
Green Cove at home September and visits Palatka October la and TD return that slammed to Santa FeBrldford'a
said the linebacking pair Improving the lid on the Warriors. Opener
EasliMe Impressive each game and Reddish,just a sophomore Hartley said Donald Reddish and
"had another
Gainesville Eastslde will come to town for Homecoming October and the Reddish had good nine ballgamefor Dale Rogers also had good outings In A' r
entire BHS coaching staff attended the Thursday, September 14, Eastslde us. and three assists. primary the season's second game Lady Tornado volley
North MarUn game. I also attended the game and watched the Ram blitz tackle "Donald has played the run better ball team' lost a tough three-game
North Marlon 347. "Kevin pursued a veer play down than any of our backs and Dale match In their first outing of the
Eastslde looked like the kind of team that can score from anywhere on the the line and tackled the pitch man one Improved his Nassau" season at the BHS Gym Tuesday*
Held by run or paaa. Junior tailback Larry Harris la a breakaway runner and time, that shows his lateral quick Offensively theTornadoes were leas September 19.
the Eastslde passing game with quarterback Huey Blackman and game- ness," Sexton said. Impressive and the Coaches quotes Santa Fe topped BHS 15-11 In the
breaking wideout Mike Sherman always a powder keg set to explode. "Our three defensive tackles did a belied that fact opening game before the Lady Tornadoes .
"They're good, that's for sure," said BHS scout Sam Chenoweth after good Job for us too," the veteran "We made a lot of mistakes against dominated the second game 19-2.
viewing Thursday's rout. "They made mistakes but have improved since the defensive coach continued, "Fred West Nassau, too many" said Hurse, $w
Jamboree. They throw the ball well and run well and are awfully quick." Woods was outstanding, our "We can't make those mistakes ,
"I thought Santa Fe was the best team I saw In the jamboree but Eastslde sophomore Frank Swindell improvedsome against Buchholz and hope to win." '
looked better than them against North Marlon,"Chenoweth continued.Jimmy's more and Josh Sutherland "I was pleased with the blocking of:
played well at both tackle spots Donald Reddish and the blocking of '
Out.Not In Swindell is going to get !bettor and Marvin Tyson" Hurse shad
It seems my University of Florida connection fumbled last week. A secretaryat better and Sutherland has been our "There Isn't a whole lot to say about
the Gator Sports Information Office told me Starke's Jimmy Clark would biggest and most pleasant surprise as our play," Offensive Line Coach Bob
dress out for the UF-SMU game last Saturday. Well, as those close to>> Jimmy our 'swing' tackle." Hancock: said gloomily of hit >>
know he didn't suit up for the opener, as a matter of fact he hasn't been In "Timmy Jones is going to fall Into linemen's performance against the
contact drills at all this fall In Gainesville. the category of a ''swing player for us Warriors, "We were confused at
A second conversation with a higher-up at the US SID office confirms that the at weakside linebacker and defensive times, it just wasn't a good night for pm."r
sophomore( offensive guard has yet to fully recover from off-season shoulder end" Sexton added "He played both us. We did learn lot. !
surgery and has been limited to>>running In sweats as the rest of the young Gator positions against Nassau and looked "Agalnts Buchholz our linemen are
squad worked out very good for his first time out." going to have to play with the Intercity
The UF official reports there Is a good chance Jimmy will sit out and be red- "Our defensive ends had their best they showed in the winning touch- :
shirted this year-leaving him with three years of football eligibility.BC /game against West Nassau," Sexton down drive In the Macclenny drive,"
freshman Lawrence Patrick Is working with the JV squad in practice said, "Mark Mosely had a fine game Hancock: added, "We're going to haveto (
sessions against the varsity. There will be no games for the Baby Gaines this he caused a fumble, had five primaryon be consistent against them.:"
year because of the new rule that allows freshmen to be redshlrted and still
have four years of eligibility left after their first year at college. Also, about her
half dozen of the top Gator recruits are playing with the varsity. Fe

Pigskin Picks Cross Country- Season OpensBradford ..

Last week four right-one wrong, on the season 5-1. Howard said
School's and Girls Coach Melba
High boy girl
Florida State visits Miami Saturday for a regional TV clash that will be seen -_ .
all over the southeast The 'Canes are hungry after losing a tough 17-7 decision cross country teams open their 1978 Cindy Griffith, Tamara Etheridge, ** *-*-*--* *.. :*.. :+;.,. *" *.. V." *"" *.v* *'* *' * aea.onatoday (Thursday, Sept. 21) at Freda Fay McDougald, Judy
to Colorado last week but give the nod to FSU.' will be Bobby Bowden first Valerie Chandler and
the tough Palatka Invitational.The Hankerson :.
ever victory over Miami. Palatka races will be loaded Lynn Loper will represent Bradford in G EE6JGPGEE)
USC and Alabama at In national TV and
play Birmingham Saturday's game Buchholz'Laura .
She tabbed
with most of the top distance talent !in the girl's run. I .
Michigan and Notre Dame face-off in South Bend in what deserved to be a tele- central favorite. -'
north Florida with runners representing Shey as the pre-meet
vised tilt. These are tough to call but I'll take Alabama and Notre Dame. CC Coach Grover : ,
Gainesville Buchholz, Tornado Boys : u w
(Birmingham may not be Tuscaloosa: but lets face It, this tea home game for Jacksonville Bishop Kenny, St. Howard listed Johnny Tatum. Donald .11E
Alabama) and the"Irish Pride" will Notre Dame loan win. .f\ .
push upset
Augustine Ocala Forest and P.K. Wilson,Ted Samons, William Cooper, ,
.. Yonge heading the field. Frank Coss and Reggie Brown as his t'II'
ArowerMe This Both BHS ,teams will start six runners In.the-boys. ,division .t. .t'4.:1fC ,. .: M
48 With leaders bunched together In all four divisions entering the month of 4f!I' t' fl. .u "" : "I
harriers in the races, one less than the Freshman Mike Whiffen rounds out oy '16"" i".f
September isn't this the best set of baseball
pennant races in a good while?
............... x>timum seven runners but the moot' the boys team but Whiffen's birth certificate .', .
the short-handed local teams will be hasn't yet been processed by "'--. '
How can you say one horse Is better than another when they carry different to Earl Muse and Don
able to come up with. state officials and he Is ineligible. Bradford Bassmasters had their Thompson
weights In handicapped races?For Instance Seattle Slew was toting 123 pounds, annual banquet Saturday, Sept. 9, at Sam Wise and Elwood Smyth's wife
Affirmed 124 in battle of winners at Belmont (
Saturday's triple crown won by the country club. won the door prizes.
Slew by three lengths). If Affirmed had won by a head I, for one, would have Men's FootballMen's This was the largest turnout In the Red Murphy narrated some movies
reservations about saying which horse was the best. Flag he had filmed the
I history of the club. Dale Johns was during year, along
................ slides.
awarded a trophy, and a check; for with some color
Texas A&M has long borne the brunt of "Aggie" jokes, what other major Flag Football, sponsored by Tile and Hampton shared the top spot Bassmaster of the Year. Dale also The dinner was superb, Sydney
college football team goes by the nickname Aggies? the Starke Recreation Dept., kicked after opening day wins. received the Most Improved Fisher. Jackson did a good job on the steaks.On .

Answer: .'' off this past Sunday, and Kitchen's This Sunday, September 24, Mac's man of the Year Award. behalf of the club I would like to
1trtS O3BW| MaN
Music Shop locks horns with the As you can see, Dale say thanks to the country club for a
Sharks, at 1:30.: and Kitchen's Tile forth a superb effort all w8l&utung fine dinner and superb hospitality.
and Hampton will determine a front tulations, Dale, on a fine year. The September tournament will be
I JV Tornadoes Open Football Season at Eastsidetheir runner at 3 p.m. Don Thompson was awarded a Saturday, Sept. 23, at OrangeLochloosa -
In last Sunday's first game, trophy and a check for winning the Lakes. All boats will launch at
Kitchen's blew open a close ball game Classic. Don also placed second Cross Creek Fish Camp. The tourna-
Bradford's Baby Tornadoes open opener BUS JV Head Coach Sam but It'. also Important to us to win- with 27 points In the second half to behind Dale In total points for the ment will begin at 7 a.m. sharp, and
their 1978 JV football season Thurs- Chenoweth thinks Eastside's game this opener. We don't want to get defeat Mac's Music Shop 47-20. With' year. Congratulations, Don, maybe. end at 7 p.m.
day afternoon with a 4:30: p.m. clash experience will make them a tough things off on the wrong foot. the score knotted at halftime 20-20, this year will be the year. Bass have been hitting pretty goodin
with Eastside at Gainesville's opponent."They're. Kitchen's QB Charlie Green fired four Elwood Smyth was awarded a new Orange, and I'm looking forward to
Citizen's Field. probably a little further Bill Goodge will start at quarterback touchdown passes in the second half to kind of worm that's supposed to give seeing you all Sept. 23.
The will the than at this since Chenoweth said, as he revealedhis the winners. Green's targets for It is hear that
game precede S p.m. along we are point pace him more time to set the hook after good news to Jody'swife.
BHS-Buchholz varsity contest to forma they've played once so we're starting lineup for the game. Other the scoring: strikes were Johnny the bass takes the worm. Elwood Bridget. Is doing fine after her
doubleheader of sorts. The varsity expecting them to be a real good ball- offensive starters will be Kenney Powell for 40 yards two 6-yard io" .*. finished last In total points for the operation a few days ago.
game will be played at 8 p.m. across! club" Chenoweth explained. Etheridge, fullback; Donnlel Doster, to Wayne Tea tone,and a 45 yard bombto year, but says he will be shooting for
town at Florida Field in the University "We hope to find out what our weak halfback; Randy Parado flanker; Randall McGee. l higher places this year, so look out. Bass Wishes,
City. areas are and at the same time win Jon Johnston, wideout; Richard Stitt, The second game stayed tight A couple of gag gifts were awarded Nell Crawford
Eastside's Junior Varisty team has the football game"Chenoweth said of center; Mark Cowart and Junior throughout, but a 15 yard TD tons
already played once, and even though the first of six JV games, "It's Important Schoening, guards; Ricky Griff and from Jackson Prevatt to Larry
they were topped by Buchholz 23-0: ) in to find out what we need to work William Parrish, tackles, and Eric Paterson In the fourth quarter gave
Carroll, tight end. Hampton a 20.13 victory over the
Celebrate Outdoors
Sharks. The Sharks 'had pulled to Keystone SportsmenThis i
Starting defensively will be Kenney within one earlier In the final frameon
Mack, nose guard; Kenney Massey a 16 yard run by QB Gregory Halle. Saturday, September 23, the Department in the popular water
and Ricky Griff, tackles; Bruce The Sharks first score: came when Keystone Heights Sportsman's Club battle. Each team will be trying to
r Rehberg and Chuck Williams, ends; Robert Brown raced 30 yards in the wilrhost its sixth annual outdoor cele- force a barrel, hung by cable, onto the
DonnieT Doster, monster back; first quarter. Hampton went to the air oratlon joining sportsmen throughoutthe opponents side. .
I AP Parade and Buddy Decandio, corner'backs for their other two scores: with nation in honor of, the National Hunting safety will be stressed
; and Dennis Starling safety Jackson Prevatt hitting Jimmy Hunting and Fishing pay. during an Instructional session to
Citizens Field I. located on Waldo Alvarez for 32 yards, and Prevatt acquaint the public with tips and
Road in east Gainesville. connecting with Randy Corbin for 10 Festivities will begin at 1 p.m, and suggestions on proper handling of
will include for at '
something everyone firearms. .
yards near the end of the first half.
the Keystone Club's property locatedat Rides for the kids will be availableon
the airport off SR-100. west of the site and will Include a free
Keystone, and will end at midnight. moonwalk. '

BRADFORD UNION AREA Contests will Include skeet shooting, Starting at three p.m.,fried chicken
bow and arrow .hoots, and both bow dinners will be sold for 250. The
and arrow and gun, turkey shoots. dinners ,will be sold until seven p.m.
VO-TECHNICAL CENTERIN There will be a black powder Music will begin at seven p.m.
muzzle loading demonstration and an featuring the "Southern Knights. a
opportunity for spectators to try their. popular, local group.The band which
STARKE FLA. hand at this activity. An antique gun Includes David Burkhalter and Kerry
4 display will be held in conjunctionwith Page, will play until midnight.
the demonstration.The Door prizes will be given away
Theressa Volunteer, Fire throughout the day's festivities.
r. Has Immediate Openings In The FoBowing Areas. Department will attempt to'' overthrow f Everyone Is Invited to attend and
last year's victors, the r Join the club in their day of fun and
Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire entertainment.
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l1Ulta taanng some $000.000 have plant had reached Its capacity of effi REQUESTED FOR ,x1OPWEST, MAYOR-COMM. CITY STARKE, BRADFORD
already been .pproved for the city. ciency.: Excess ground water Infiltrating FOLLOW)NQ MOOR, T. Of STARKE, FLA. CO. 20 ACRES. FUNDS TUESDAY, OCTOBER
Vet to be received II Some $709.000 I the system made too much water r If ( MERRILL EDWARDS S.R. HICKS
already approved purchase tend for go through be REZONq, CITY CLERK CITY OF The CofnnrwlonofDtyof
bitcutting mend LOT 1 IN N.W. COR. HALL' STARKE, FLA.
dispersal of the effluent design the standard below Ir OF INTER. SEC. OF FROM R-iBLOW' SlARK!. FLA.Itchg StertewHIhold. AT 7:00 P.M. ALL .
sewer facility and complete the exlt. Addition of chlorine the DENSITY 9/21
to in
lag unitary sewer ')'IItem. the sewer plant, a program still being WESTMORELAND ST. RESIDENTIAL" TO B-2 CHANGING FROM ute and In HEARD AT THIS TIME.
Culmination of all foe project will carried on, keeps the percentage of BEING 132.75ON N. COMMUNITY COM ... 18.000 SO. FT. rotation 10 oilier budgeted
be a $1.9 million construction treatment above state requirements MEROALt'f.i-; : i REQUIRED FOR R-1A funds, Tue. Sept. 20.
142.75'ON S. 101S" ON W to
program which will :'I
see sewer lines A P1J8u HEARING PUBLIC NOTICE! 10.000 SO FT. FOR R- 1978 et CIty Hal Stark,
extended| to some outlying areas of the By securing EPA funds'UM city .Iswing WILL \ v.BI>:\ HELD REZONING IS BEING IBrR-IC WHICH IS NON Fta. i
city with a concentration In the Keno IU bonding power to turn AND SHIRLEY TUESDAY.'" OCTOBER REQUESTED FOR THE THE LOT SIZE FOR NEW OF -COMM CITY
area. $700.000 into $3 million. The city 24 178 ATwTHE" CITY FOLLOWING HOME CONSTRUCTION. MERRILL: EDWARDS STARKE. FLA.
Back in 1974 the city was prohibited Ruckman points out, .la turn ing.every SERVICE SHERMAN. THE HALL. STARKE! FLA. DESCRIBED PARCEL LOCATION NORTH CIty dark! MERRILL EDWARDS
from the connecting any more customersonto one of ita ewer system dollars Into LOCATED AT THE AT 7:00: >i P.M. ALL S 1/2 of N.W. 114d AND EAST Of HOME OF CIty of Start.*. STARKE.CLERK FLA. CITY OF -I!
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Each weekend football Kerne* will l Tie games will be counted as misses NCIJterIIOnleliSeOnlnt
TO THE SCORE. ,OF STARVE (INS) AND ITS OPPONENT. be selected one in each ad on this unless marked as tie. Games played I
Fill In page Indicate which team you think before Friday night will be thrown'out If your home i* ItiwthanTypanoltl H.
the with
blank yow guess and bring to store :
. will win and write the name of the Any games lifted Incorrectly due I
before 6p.m. Friday proceeding game or get registration/ team opposite the adv itlser's. name to error or Incorrect due to Incorrect you may nave with ,
blanks at our store In the entry blank..NO SCORES.Just Information will be thrown out. State Farm. Find lllIIII
'In case or lie, flret 3 with correct. tcofe or nearest correct core will win the winner; A two time winner' will be tally: irroITVOV (. ssftraii. I lams
The prizes will "awarded each eliminated from participating the \
My Guess Is STARKE I. BOCHHOLZ I I I.'i, week on the basis of most games leIremainder of contest."y' li ected correctly. In case of tie, pick a The decision of the Judges is final. \ '>: MI-I.Fa.ml.rh. ....*.
NAME .. .. ,_,.,. tL ................... number which you think will be the All advertisers and employees are ..,. Agent ;
ADORE HONE- 5?. _ largest number of points scored by eligible to win. Only Bradford County U
anyone team that Is listed In contest, Telegraph employees are not eligible
.. .. and write the number In the enter contest. 1
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Open WtfH vie geme tfa 'me,IH.mt eloittl to ecore of Sterfke ge/ne Mni _
provided In the entry blank... this will'be Clip out entry and mall or bring to
STARKE used as a tie breaker. In the event a Bradford County Telegraph. P.O. 119 N.:Walnut Street Stark, Florida 964-5391
IUILDERS SUPPLY tie still exists, the total..cash pot will Drawer A. Starke Fla All entries
210 be' divided "equally among, the must be in our hands by 3 p.m..
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conaultlnii engineer"' will Husband Plaintiff 1978 gave oonalderatloni'Ifr, In the Interest 'of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT : 84 THE,CI.om3( t .FueS( ). Six (St. Seven PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF demonstrate that the va. to tha. request*elating to ,t" MITCHELL COLEN. EIGHTH JUDICIAL FOB 9j, ((7)).and s portion of Lot REZONING IS BEING
FUBUC HEARING proposed measures represent PATRICIA JEAN SMITH. special traffic reguujtionaj-- ; rnnor. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA/ COUNTY, PLOGee1L,. Eight IS), /Mn (9)) Ten REQUESTED FOR THE
CITY OF LAWTEY, FL the meet coat- Wife, Defendant and In each case made a){:,J" )R BRADFORDCOUNT PROBATE JMVOWOM: (110) anal Eleven (111) of FOLLOWING
CITY HALL effective mean 'of review of the traffkt'! "' NOTICE TO fill Messier.. 7S-9MI tI lIMIt twenty ((20)> of DESCRIBED PARCEL:
P.O. DRAWER Q meeting the eatablWied NOTICE OF SUIT Investigation report APPEAR AND CIVIL ACTION CMLierP Temps Addition to ale SEC. 3tS-22E
LAWTEY, FlA,32ofe8LEGAL affluent and water quality NO PROPERTY along with the reoonvmendatlona SHOW CAUSE CASE MO. 78-381 Tan ef Starke. Florid
TOJsvCorbln.&MeryE. : IN RE: ESTATE Of W.SAC. of N. 1/2of NW
goal/ while recognizing' TO: SAMMY LEO, of the according to f8eitaend.d
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GIVEN, thai the/ CIty ofLawtay All person will be YOU ARE HEREBY below:: unknown. MAJOR Wide NOTICE' OF public record of Bradford Box 517, Stavk, Re.
Florkto. will hold afforded full opportunity NOTIFIED then an action COUNTY Bradford You are hereby notified '\\IlL ADMtNjaTMAnONTO County. Florida being From R-1-A to ..-,8-R.-
a public hearing at 73(1p : ( prevent teat money before for Dissolution of ROAD, 100, LOCATION theta Petition under oath JOHN MAJOR, Husband ALL PERSONO) .he a portion of Block I fitTIlqI. 1C THIS REZONING IS
p. Eastern Daylight the hearing officer Marriage hs" bean filed Section 28020 In Stark ,hea been! fled In the /HAVING CLAIMS: OH .'* Addition to CHANGING FROM
above styled Court for the NOTICE! OF SUIT DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE Stark Florida 15,000 SQ. FT.
Saving Time Tuesday with regard' to the specific against you Sammy Leo from SLO MP 12.499 to' according
October 24, 1978 at the topic under dlKusalon. It Smith, and you are required SLD MP 12.720, distance permanent commitment.. NO PROPERTY ABOVE ESTATE to plat recorded In Deed REQUIRED FOR R-1A to
City Hull, Lawtey, Florida fc requested' that any to serve a of 0.221 ml., RECOM-- of MITCHELL COLEN, I TO: John Major / 1784 AND ALL OTHfft Book GX F ga* 836 and 10,000 SO. FT. for R-1B
for the purpose of person desirous of written defense copy If MENDED REGULATION. mel. child born on the Carol Sue Avenue, PERSONS NTEM3TtD: 507.ef*aid( pubOo records end W-1C WHICH IS
prodding for public participation !- offering lengthy any to It, on the plaintiff* Change 65 MPH to 46' 20th day d November, Apartment AG/Gretna IN THE ESTATEYOU : .... Mug I more "pertF.uanly NOW THE LOT SIZE RE-
In the Initial fact- comment be prepared to whose MPH Speed Zone 2-7a. 1968 at Gainesville, La. ARE, HERESY ** : bed .* OUIREMENTS FOR NEW
lilies!planning (Step 1)) required offer a written statement and attorney addreea la George name H. On recommendation of Alachua County, Florid YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that. Hi. .*. ?'foa-.: HOME CONSTRUCTION.
aa en element of which may be Incorporated Pierce, P.O. Drawer 1030, the Director, Road to Social and Economic NOTIFIED that en action mMovettwi of the daM Fen point( oC reference LOCATION AT INTER
the construction of Into the record Stake, Florida 32091. and Operation, the above Service, Department of for DISSOLUTION OF of We M. King. oaaxrwros at the NortN SECTION OF WILSON
publicly owned waatawater ol the proceeding. The fie the original with the traffic end speed regulations Health and Rehsbilttaifv MARRIAGE has been 'dacad. N* Numear IIIIhIrIv corner of ftatikick RD. AND PARKER ST.
treatment worka. record of the proceeding clerk of the above styled want determined to Services, 727 South filed against you and you 78-380 CP Ie MfNUnf. In Twenty ((20)) and ON EAST SIDE OF
Specifically. the develop- wiH be held open for ten court on or before be reasonable andnecessary Walnut Street, Suit A, ere required/ to aerve a the Circuit Court lor run thtno In a Westerly PARKER. ST.
merit and evaluation of' day after the hearing October 23 1978: other upon the bash Sartre Florid 32091 for copy d your written Bradford County. ....... eIIrec1Ion along Northerly A PUBLIC HEARING
the selected plan will be date to receive additional wine judgement may be d the engineering and subsequent adoption, and def_, If any to It, on Probate Division, the boundary of atd Block a WILL BE HELD
presented and available written comment. entered against you for traffic Investigation, and you are hereby notified to the plaintiff I attorney, ddrea*of wrh to Brad- distance: d seven andtwenty TUESDAY, OCTOBER
for public comment. A the relief demanded In the authority'afore) be and appear before the whoM name and edcIr- fad County Coui *iaM. two (7.22)) ore 24, 1978 AT THE CITY l

copy of the facllltlea plan ALL INTERESTED PER complaint or petition. given by the Secretary for Honorable ELZIE I* J.J. WOLBERT JR.. 'Stark*. Fhtrkki.. .' The hundredth feet to an Iron HALL STARKE, FLA.
la available for Inspection SONS ARE INVITED TO WITNESS my hand establishment of same SANDERS.Acting Judge ATTORNEY AT LAW, //1111'11011111.- sake on the Westerly AT 700: P.M. AIL .
et the City Had, Lawtey, ATTEND AND PARTI-- and the seal'of said Courton and the placing/ of the of the Circuit Court at P.O. Box 1088 STARKE, the MM la Florida. CIPATE IN THIS Sept. 18 1978. proper marking and signs Sterile, Florida at 10:00: FLORIDA,32(91. and file King whose adukees .a, way of State' Road HEARD. AT THIS TIME. .1
The public hearing la MEETING. Gilbert S. Brown, A* aa Indicated; also for the a.m. o'clock on the let the original' with the clerk 6M, Gene Drive Stoke. Number 200 to Point ,of
being required by the Marvin Rosier, Mayor Clerk d aald Court elimination of existing day of Nov.. A.D. 1978, of the above styled courton Ftorida, :A>>1. Th* MMM. beginning; from point d HAROLD EPPS I
Environmental Protection and show case why said before October 12 and wMrea ef the beginning thus deecrlbed MAYOR COMM. CITY
/Lawetey Florida. By: Marion McRae, A* control where this .la or : .
Agency (EPA; puauant to 9/212tchg 105PUBLIC Deputy Clerk Indicated. Petition for PermanentCorvmiitjiiejit 1978: otherwise II judge p rsaal .Ierra.sMMlw'e continue In a Westerly OF STARKE FLA.
the Federal Water ------------ 9/21 4tchg 1012DEPARTMENT Billy G. Palham DirectorDEPARTMENT should not ment may be entered are Me NM. direction along the Northerly MERRILL EDWARDS
Pollution Control Act NOTICEIN OF be granted. against you for the relief below boundary of aid CITY CLERK CITY OF
Amendments of 1972 and THE CIRCUIT COURT ----------- TRANSPORTATION. WITNESS my hand aa demanded In 'the N11grass'- '''''lite Block a distance of two STARKE, FLA.

will be the only public EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR OF /TCHO9/21 the Clerk of MId Court complaint or petition. calms or amenoeagatnet hundred eleven and 1tchg 9/21

hearing to be held on this CUIT OF FLORIDA IN TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL i "THeCIRwiTcw'Rr-- and Seal thereof thla WITNESS my hand / the estate see ee- Wry two enehundredth ------
eubject. AND FOR BRADFORD TRAFFICREGULATIONS IN 13th day of. SEPTEMBER, and the seal I of MId Court hired, WITHIN THAEB ((21 1.32))feat toe concrete:
The aelected facilities COUNTY. OF FLORIDA EIGHTH 1978 on September 11, 1978. MONTHS FROM THE menument on the Northwesterly NOTICE OF .
plan will be presented to JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT, IN HONORABLE Gilbert S. Gibert S. Brown A* DATE OF THE FIRST' comer of said INTENTIONTO
the public which/ will In- CIVILACTION NOTICE IS AND FOR BRADFORD Brown Clerk Circuit Clerk of eald Cart PUBLICATION OF THIS Block; run thence In a REGISTER :
dude collection, transmission HEREBY GIVEN: COUNTY. Court By: Marlon McRae A* NOTICE tea. ills *. H.Hw. Southany direction along
treatment and CASE NO. 78-378 That the Department of CASE NO. 78-197-CJ' ((1- By: Lila R. Yawn, Deputy Deputy perk.9144tchg clerk of tins abeam east a: the Westerly boundary of FICTITIOUS NAME
disposal systems to be Transportation at Itameeting 2894)) Dork 10/5 written. statement. ef any aaid Block a distance of .
located In Lawtoy The SAMMY LEO SMITH of August 24 DIVISION: 9/21 4tchg 10/12 a.kn sr '---xd 11aY ere hundred and one- Section

------ -- may ,hauev Each olalm' '.tsmh. ,(200.10)( ) feet to I 88609 Pursuant, Florida to Statutes,
:must ba in wrUng. end
concrete monument on
notice I le hereby given that
must Indicate 1M..!*Math the Southwesterly comer
claim: the name anal of Lot Four ((4)) d said "
a1. the addrae of the creditor Block; run thence In an MOM, 2925 SW ,28th
: = or .hi* agent oc: attorney, Easterly direction along Place" Gainesville Fla.

IIEAGLEI1 idayl $ and the eiTmjrit daeneal. the Southerly boundary 32608 under,the doing firm business name of

If the claim: .a nM yet due, of Lot Eleven ((111) of said "A CUT ABOVE" 114 N.
the date when k will .become Block I distance of two Walnut Street Starke,.
due ahall be atated. and
h hundred eleven sixty-
114 If the claim la oondo a < four one-hundredth feet Florida 32091, Intend to
yf register fictitious' name
or unltquMateal the stake aforementioned
,to an Iran on -
It nature of the uncertainty Westerly under the provision of.

anal be ...... If the" boundary of State Road aforesaid statute
claim I III wound the .Number 200; thence,run James MOB, owner. j
Coni Dated this 14th day of
shell .be
ou ricescheck security In a Northerly direction
pare September A.D. 1978 at
described. Th* claimant long. Mid Westerly Starke, Florida.
shell deliver ufhcient<< boundary a distance of
copies ef the claim t.the one hundred ninety-nine 9/14 4tpd 104PUBUCNOTICE

and compare these savings! up to 37%! derk enable. the desk t* end ninety-one one)

mal one copy 1r astir hundretha feat to point of.
.persend retasmtslb.Ad I
L SA VI! UP TO 23" W t4'KID! FAMOUS MAKER ...-' tIn (Also known aa :
the ..... to ..*... a STARKE MOTOR
H.D.30 IF PERf.18.00 copy of'tra Nasioe ef Administration COURT, 739 North TO ALL INTERESTED

MOTOR OIL / baa been Temple Avenue Starke,. AGENCIES GROUPS
SA VElI'RANSMISSION mailed are .aired, I Florida) .AND PERSONS:
tR01 OR WITHIN THREE The City of Starka,

TMAIr JEANS FOR MEN, MONTHS PROM THE .has been fled against you Florida proposes- to request -
FLUID STYLED BY THE end you ere required to
PUBLICATION C* THIS, wa a.CDptLJ7tyourwwIsaMffkeereeeerif.a t' of k Housing ,
#1 .TOP MAKER NQTICI."lta,1"t.! JI'V ( ...
ll 'la..m def't '"
l I
49WA' <= av DCLUXBMOTOCRO 0_. s day oar Iwo .to lto IfI WILLIAM A. +
** MICK i %. that challenge .the BESSENT. Ill, ESQUIRE, under Title I of the
-"'- pa.Q h' validity of the decedent1 /06 N.I E. first Street Housing and Community
win th* quelificatavi*. et Suite C, Galneaville.Florid Development Act of 1974
met OM MISCOUNT met ,
*. Men H *stMtlTrMimU the peraenalwe r....essde. (PL 93.383)) to be used for
C 32801. be-
I I' I .|M Flu!*,,..,. Olio*(MM BM nlaferss*Irase,
I. CnmAstsMtleTrtsHSJisis. assent tul, kiesltsan.iis IILU ILItWMI. PM MK see .1N. or the vane er Yale". fur October; 31. 1978., the following project:'
leek t SBMirtar iMM. et dicitcn of the OMM. : I and fie the original with
Fled,** e- see elW5e P.ested ,
v .v 100% POLVSSTSRTOPS w.a. 1a. rap, e ALL CLAIMS the dark of this Court Target Area 1 for rehabilitation
lee us awe C. Leah. Oil Nervy, "Irt.Duty DttsrfMtMM FOR LADIES ass 1 p.kw.eN 'i. DEMANDS AND either before service on of the neighbor.
OBJECTIONS! NOT SO' Plaintiff! Attorney or hood signified No. In the
bests.sakes.a.41. FILED WILL BE "Immediately thereafter; City of Storks for a total

SAVE :1.00 ImM FOREVER BARRED/ othanmeaa default will be cost of 300000.: ::
peters.Shea. KL 'Date of the flrat entered against you for .
35 LBS.HTM ',,p. ,,.,, publication of this. MMlo. *. the relief demanded In the It na* Dean determined
DRY POOLCHLORINC 4.a.- of AdmioistMtion: Sept Complaint. that such request for .;
14. 1S7B WITNESS My Hand release of funds will not

and the Seal d this Courton constitute an action
f. 36.88 Gloria .. King, A* this 12th day of significantly affecting the
Personal naaiannliit.. September A.D. 1978. quality of the human
wAel.er AS '
.. TF' of the ERase of Waken. M. GILBERT S. BROWN environment and,
In ....lar tklirlMftnwls L.ANI" FOLDING r Nr. King Daces: *sd.ATTORNEY. BIt dark of the Court accordingly the City of
..., I la sere .Re- LAWN CHAIR FO I
; Starke haa decided not to
BY: Marion McRae, BIt r
.. .
tin-, issvsslsstMl. Quit"lee I. ::: 1 0 S S / ..ekaseN PERSONAL. HEPACSENTATIVC -: deputy dark. prepare an Environmental
*r Due : :, 9/14 4tchg 105NOTICE Impact Statement under
e the Natipnal Environmental
eMlMek,MWee .0- George .N.. Pierce -- ----. Policy Act of 1969
I P.O. "Drausw 1090: (PL 91-190))

D Stark, Flerid 320B1 OF The reason for such
BAYS UP TO 19HPORTINOI "Roe' BB4B70114 .. INTENTIONTO decision not to prepare
>/ 2tch 8/21 REGISTER auch Statement are aa
,. OOOOt 1sr1 lN / "r f) ,FICTITIOUS follows: This protect doea
,. 1 NAME not adversely affect the
4.96 taA = IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT. Pursuant to Section quality of the human;
NDUU PA 1, OF FLORIDA. EIGHTH; .tBIi.08, Florida Statutes environment
t( 411 wAs lIP TO..... SAYE 1.00 8t :JUDICIAL CMtCUIT/ IN notice I*hereby given that An environmental
\I AND; FOR ALACHUACOUNTV the undersigned Alice Review Record respecting
,, FLOMOA.; ', 1530
Arwood the
W. .within project has
I. Sled!case keels P.V.A. HOUSE PAINT .jjo'
,...1, .. Madison St., Sartre, Fla, been made by the City of
ayls* ilnf
C. Fwv-slsyw tsMsIM1st leis 3 94 3.96 t x.88 3 SIS CASE N0.702DIVISION 32001 1 and Law M. Ayer Starka which documents
r '
till alit nl.....*. ; ''P.O. Box 1233 Starke,. the environmental' review
tuerbrleelnner lm torurale ease reeMle.e e.sSie kee sNwwlM tear' lean, NWIy leaereI pelrfe.a.a of the and
PI project
32091. doing more
D. list,Rsalel.etll51 OXM .In hwr.wire en*. Insole nM ,bIaIrI) under the firm fully sets forth the
CD.0.4'r1CtM, > :OP? .Mm of "FLOWERS BY reasons why such Statement .
s44w 1.% : a Faridll 'jLARRY," 100 Call la not required. This w
7 1!% Ji eorporatien, rWntHf.va. Sheet Steele, Florida Environmental Review ;

i LUC DOTMAGiCUBES BASO t ,32091: 1. intend to register/ Record la on file at the
CLIANSER, ? ._ STARKE MOTOR eld fictitious name under City Halt and, la availablefor i I
7 PAK 7102.SIZE COURT INC.*. a Florida. me provisions of dareesid public examination Iand t

3.1 A HIt1WAaat corporation( ; and statute. copying upon request ;
t 1.53 WILLIAM CHEWNE, Alice) Arwood Lewis It the City Clerks Office t
weaat.+P er JR., and JOAN I. M.,Ayer owner between hour of 8:30 ;
CHELUNE his wife; and Dated this 311 day of and 430.: .
LELAND O. TURNBUU. No further environmental ;
LAVE10% A August A.D. 1978. at .
.A"IUO"ao and JQSKPMIMS .I."t..,.Smoke, Florid. review of such
PLASTICVALUEPLUS? SAWi tai TU RNBUUr hi*wife:: n4 '.< "5/314tpd 9121NOTICE project to proposed to be ;

I dividual and a* TnM*** I
Of 10 CARDS > request for release of :
0 ,g TOTI538 ::! 3.44 ams 9197 "K1 eve 9E 7ae far 'Cartels /.taint t;,. 'Federal fund. ". \
790 'f
3f red Suaineea d/b/a STAMUj Interested/ agencies, :

wA.esa waearrtt __ Mali a"47.ar*tk Csni est as"-rite Wak.YN seM'.M' a eer. 6seke Wa.er wpaeee ass Yeryt ease's, areas MOTOR. COIIAT...... :' OFI'ITENTION group and parson disagreeing ;
..1-U.N Crs a e.N. Y.Ne sties r a bees ,p.e.e..se b 7-1* se..ere1.d eu.r, aqY ,Patendant*. \' TO with this :

: t' MEQISTER FICTITIOUS. decision are Invited to .
fAVI 91*
YAlUt fttltt ., NAME. ,
i a. NOZXIMA eOwe y LION i. submit written comments
T 1 BOYS'POLVCOTTON / Pursuant to Section for consideration by the : .
4 RUm .. SKIN CREAM TO: 8TAPXS MOTOR MEW Florid Statute. city to the office of the ,
PACKEN 1002.639 JOGGING COURT INC.. .WILLIAMCHELUNE. ',IIDtIoa"/w-eby/ that CIty Clerk Such written !
TOwLLi tMUOwe MOMTS .''JR..JOAN E.CHCLUNE. ;till undersigned O. Kent comment should be) .I

\ 1.27 Ale 1.91 L' .97 LELAND.O. end Dorothy Booher recleved M City Hall on or ;.
'" Road before October 9. 1078.,
we encoran aez.ert. t, e.acowT twee
pace w ewes MOUTHWASH TURNBUI DOROTHY, Ktarke. Bradford' County. An such comment so
... BAKER. MMdually and. Florida, 32091. doing received will be
LNnN7)1.59f + ,aa Truatee for *n all..... mines under the firm, considered and the
v-u.' SA VI 15% ( ) CIty t
businesa dSTARKB /*/
joint nerrw of "BRYOR will not request' the .
0-OAV -plc.. ovrDCNIMS MOTOR' 'ASSOCIATES;' '''P.O. d Federal fund or ';
LIA {LAUREL 1 MOtPOSAMJIS VIN WORK SHOI$ WIDOS LOAPIRS ASST. COUaTTr *VM 11S2 Stark, Florida. take any administrative, .
COLLAR TtStUI MCA VY DUTY MAN* AND OTHER PAWTU3, :JOOB1. Intend to register action on the within
790 = NAPSRAlr.a.; 9.94 X7194 HAVING INTEREST$ aid fictitious name under project prior to the data
3.9 .
HEREIN .w provision of afore- specified In the /
preceding: s
eelerrcasn Pace w.- ,was te.' .a.aewP'reeer.P-0L aeesk.eastir.--eelseen Masses Steel asky, .line eras ee.r.area pate. 5 n-reea YOU AM NOTfttO, .Mid statute.Kent 8ItI'1UInCe. ,,
than tn action,for FOPAV 0. and Dorothy

CLOSE A MDRTAAQI Boiler. --. Merrill, Edward. City
On the fclowiml ..realprepasty Dated the 14th day d
Reg.&Kh lJ10'e, Iii
312 W. MADISON ST. rLUE In .MOI'''' September. ,AD. 1978. at CIty..HalStarke.

STARKE FLA.CICARETTE PRICES. t O $ ss o TALI COUNTY, FLORIDA: Stalk, Florida. Florid. 32081:: J"

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iAn'cnALE, ..J.&.1 I"FORSALE, It78 I
Dodge . ..
1 .. .... "j\,' ,';' d ,.. ." .. t \ II I i" co. "
... Friday Satarday U,I A..... S DR A C, PS. eat* \, \ \ \ "" : I t : : .t, !\
IftiraH ell SI.... Saatb. eI I BnU traaooklaaiee. oral.. : .
I Beret*** .!..c.... 1>H ttlI lFIEND I caatroi radial. tb-.. will :.ttRi 1 8 :wmmla 1; ((81t"WI: :ltl : ) atIrriuillrg -
min ........ eacllalaf.. ,*... \t.tl: t : ", ,: ,.. .. ,iiiiiiiSARACE,( J $ ( \ ,I ': ;IO i i'dIL : ; 1 'I IRCVLTYHONI
j T5owii D S I I SUM 11_. sad ; \ t .. .
aware I. ., .. .. .. '
j ARRIVING SOON? Hav i ..,...... 4734622 t14I \ :
'D"paa" 'f'
'TOMMY. LANDCLtARINGi '; u:. EX.C* C'e' pER1Y SALE Frt -
I 0.. cant .y .at.... *e I Zukf t/21 .L cr wzi .ti.r
I Lake. G....,.. EIII.I.." Caaiplata balldaaor used mdse hesa H.nn6 NEL;: Wa have elb. S 30 1,30._ _.... ........ Shard y. SIBIILm .
I .IU...... B.... prorid.., IOUSE FOB RENTg;*'ii.13.'It.,: work.. Ph.. 1844724.14 .... 8/4 MOBILE aald ar aaara., anBttar* aaaltlM. lar Gird. ..1.... A aila' ..1....*.. UII Pratt Bt ltpd *4777eMSN
I SIMM: ...?,100 ...y beacb, .balka.. aa ..... .. ''/''' OLIN I : IIOMK Army N...... It.... E....... Dr, 9 n. TCMPLBSTARKC
112* p1.. .1111.... /we.k4T3S717 t/14 ttckf. t/St --- .ALE, ....JCIM. Opoa T Yen akody .kara $mhalq.. Cagey Rd. Lad far ...... aim 113 FLORIDA

..... ......d*I _.____ ,..,......___ REMODELING aadcarpaatry daya JmLOSTINGS w.ek'r. tf/ak siperl.me, risk and .haa lUkgt/21: TEN ACRES led, t C.cdla Tarwill.gal
14734433 M..-Pd.1.0. Itpd.I WHOLESAL& DEALER_ work ol all typa-. t WANTED laBndford ......... Uaa K far a.aadspp.rt.aty tn] FRESH i SHR1MP'laT poor;; .......I raatal....., CUA.Kraga : I Luclll Conner Spry

\\t/tl AL CTlOS.*...,)' Tkaraday Now .._..% _. ...IUo... aad oamaadlagaaaatlaa. ...., ether .....lIta...,..... heeler Ploaaa call Dory ... ..... baSdlaa;. Associate

CARPORT T p... I3U 8.E. HawtkaraaHi. ,..... woJt. .18"UI, ...7 Ned ..,..,. .. Vaa lar ka ....r. e......,, ISt..U5. G,... ,. P...... T82-8t7|. 54 Ft. I M4-I42
LEl"Satareaj, .. Galatavlllo, Toola, TFckgBILL 1I.ut... laraaa, ...., aaoa.kwklagj may"gaad 4aT c.... 4/21 ukg: 10/S 1 lad IttGUERNSEY r .
...... a
t3 vary
a A .. TayV
: *roc..,. aovollloa, (Ilia, era*.*'* "* waded for _....U. Call M443SO ar SEfUSFORVAAFHA '
.I.ttsel..t..d. .......W Truck Wada at, atorekaadUa.Bll '8 SAW SHOP c:..:. Kaa. P..... oatl LaaBa G.raiaoall. NO ......... T20Edwarda COMPLCflTHOlJ'SEHOLbiBralaklaga.: MILK COW ;' I
11,..., P...., ......*. RiII ,', Parry. A.c'.... ..... 4tpd plala tkarpaamf aarvlea,. ...._.G........... laU Ua Rd.. Burka." E.... Movlaut.. Baalaall. MIDI. faata ...... and Bhim. -- .; I
...tlil .1 .... aeratirB I ,.7. '.28 rlrraUr haul, caifclda, |11041|374.0 25* I yaa won taaall. .(..IS .. il..M parwoakaad. .1..1,. altar ti30 woakdaya. .. P..... TIS-M78. I Ipdt21 FINANCING ,Ir
| Peach St. *a LakiGeneva c shale rower blade. hallawgraaad 1/31 4t.kgll 9/T flubs. 612 N. L.... ..., / Terwlllegar Realty. l I. (
Itpd3I/ FOR RENT--om-: .; ; aad ....a...... L..... J/lW_,' 51."" .. UpII '
--- Are
., .lee... S. -- ---- ERIN EXTRA INCOME ,. BLOCK BUILDING Naw.aeacrote .._._.. Ready When You ,
... ..... K. ..... Belling ,. -n .
FOR BAI.Et L &. 1171 I Loaatad kaklad. 'Maallar Ii,...... ar K.,._ 11.1..... WANTED TO BUY Hood yaw spits ,.... A.alalaawpravldodl. .. Ji : i c"i7 Alia. T.i ler. 1.000 ..... h. US \
H.... XR-75, atercyclaa..''om... C.II ..11.4101I udgHA14DYSANi' 12 It. wide ....... .kaaaa.Pkoaa Fa ...... pfcoaa L...,.,, Pkoao 7S2-II72 301 and BR 22$. SoaadoaaaaMrcml D'DYOU' KNOW THAT... .
,ZZ$. CaB 4751854. Itckg I M44S. ltak. | t/II ..4..11t. t/14 SUk ana ...... altar < rag laaalra P.O. hema. ''
......,.. t a... S .... p B. or ...a record :3S72.000wiclftlna tlngla family | ,
1/21 tkUaWAINTEUt All 1... COINS' WANTED lllv.r ..,u.. .......... 1/14 Baa 179, ........ tlakf.ARIA changed hands In lt77T TIM figure rapratanK a If
repair., ...'..'/.....1'1..u. ." U/...
L i'fi--, d.b..a; ,-.... ... tu.aaawaiklag 1M4 ............ ....... U-70. LAB TECHNICIAN Part-. BAY ArgaaikTa.klikly percent increase over the 3.003.000 rctala. homes
... ..
black aid .... aaaod T. Sakatltatataackara sad ....,.... Saaclal' ralaalorBa / .... ,..... M44230 altar I thme,and or weeli-c.dlmdleb.pesd5' .r.a \ YARD' 8 ALE;SalardaTaadMaaday.4l2aiUoaNarthal I.......... P.... **4- old In 174, according to the National Assoc. of.
..... Loot at Lab, at Kajtatoaa Hlfk lar ....... cIU....: p.m. t/21 tl/ek( L.1It,. 8071. U.kfHAYt Realtor
....... .. Reward for S.kaal.. Apply a* Clay r... ... .. ... > CItI.J L. 1'.w.-'i4 *
return. c..t Scboal Board .n.... .. t 4Itei 1t n4 RI 8ta"" ., 3 dltfaraat ...u.... '
Call 473-3732.; |tpd. Craaa,Co.. call altar 6 ,.., lar IBM.. flT M U.- __ BteilZ_ "it.... Toala. Bleb... SteAkE BAlis71JO ..The National Attoc. of Realtors reports that
1/21 473-1011 lee Sprlafa.laloraiatUa. dlata_.BHaatlaa. tm iitt ..I..... ......Wll pkk .". EARN AND LEARNt, Sarva ckBdraaa. ...,..... tiraHwo _.... W1B daUvor.Pkoaa over ragiulatlon by all lovalt of government adds '
.111 2khg. 912$ OLIN-S MOBILE HOME, with. yo.r. ......... .Wa araacaoptlaa .J Aaytklag. yaa aaad, ElalaNaraaa. 448-1440. t/14 2lpdt21 1 to 10 parcamt to tha co.to'.n avaragt horns !
FOR BALE;Aw..o.k _' ALCOHOLI- MALES. ,".Hot. Opoa 71daya katk prep aarvlaaporaaaaal Itpd t/21 / r.e.Nmate6
f old pappy. Part Labrador. a .._... .fI..., .' aad ._.....* ....- .. 1
black !...!.. A I .die' FOR RENT t hralakod. ANONYMOUS Pkoaa M4- . ... via. aaraoaaal k the Army ,;ni loiN.. tAt't 'SEVERAL ITEMS, .bp ... raporltd to the Nallonar Assoc al .
.lovable. mm* a ged watakdag. [ atop, Laka G....... Sapt.May. ./20/.r' _1e ase2u/rbg-: :-- Di...... G..... l>..,. anioaiockaalaa material Da It yaaraall Bad tOUr, used twin, .. saw Realtors are that txcattlva governmental ragula-'
.. 20. 473-2303: d.rlagd FI......... aerooaodpcrek. Ril\lo.bLll'lltO.: n I. .R'$ lRQ, J.($;, radio rapalr, .... laalaQatlaa available, 131$. fkmi Waado bait tlon of thai cost ol financing conttructloo has';'

.,. iMkf t/21 1223 ...1". Jon 724- BUILDING aad .1... .) . ..1.1... wrecker ...,- F.... aallaiaUa. HaadyHaaFaaca with ........ 14 ft. (15. forced a IM parcamt .increase. In thai costs ov.ra
10tI4 altar 5. N. attoet catta. Now! bhcleae 'b.tb.. ".U, .tI_. apply aadar ether C., tII4-8n.I.IO TFehg .....aamti. Hoavor. aaw rag the past 4
WANTED TO Bvi''V"ik.; ., Sky' /14 .18 ....... Brick, blob' HTI 'RIMOUTH SlallaaWaga ....111.. ....... good pay. aadworva aad leer cloaaar wltkataackmaala y..rs'0 .

..,.. Booth ....,. un w ... .. .to. Flraplaoa tally .......... ta with your fcaddlaa.Pkaaa ..,.. aaad.73t OWNER FINANCED: J\ +
....... Call 473.3(72.: Itchg MUSCADINE AND apaclallata. CrllllaCaa.lractlaa pull cam par and .......... ..4.8320 ar rl.lt .... COUNTRY CLUB-"LOTS, $ Black aad Dockor Country Club 3 one acre lots S '

971otalloa SCtPPERMONG CRAPES pit... 4732IOS : ,..... .*.-1044. )...* t/2.1 NG Araaary, 720 Cdwarda lor .. .. 15.500/arro. ALSO. edger, electric, *34| 100 h. Call SIS 2 Iota good locationsURla ,{
Vaa pick 50 tats p.r ar 4732)78.. TF/chg Rd., S..,.... ./7 4uk t/M two dawatawa tau aa E. 3/4 capper taking, coil, 30. 1
FOR SALES i-a;.';1I po..... 7 .... aatll dark.Eaay BEwir..a' JB 1174 DODGE ... ... wages, Cal St., at ".000 aad ,.... 9644U43. t/14 2tpd Santa ft Lot 1ejoo -..
wage*. 200.. ,Ir.. plrklag la F..h.. ... 7'diii aall ar trad.. L...... Boat RUBBERMAID PARTY 1000.. P...... 64-80 2. arM44WOO. 1RlLOOKING Duplex 704-70 Lake St. $15,500. l!
Rune ..... 473.3072. luhft21. LII,'. VI..,..... '59.2121.Ipd ,. REPAIRED) AB ......' altar. P..... (44-4M*. Itckf PLAN N.... doa>aawtra> TFchgHXvi r House In country. 1 acre (''.000 ; )
( KH 1.17..21. ......., allad pod ...J...... 1/21 ..... Part ar tall ..... N. FOR 321 Ttmplai, ttora, house, apt. / I
.... 7. Work naraataod.'Jaaiaa callactlaa, ao puking, awdollvary. ROUND BALESi150laa SOMETHING aaaaaal4alejaa Lovly grounds 212 Rodgrav BR 3B ,
I FOR i" 'Ti"'Ld'i;;; ,.. l ir8TrFOR"A"LE; With. St..kl...,car....' M,..$. TOYOTA i'ON"1 It78 T.p _.10..... ar 'Z5/...., .....17 Cam* ..... 418 L.... St. 127,710 Ocala block
'.'.1...... 3 BE ..alililme taataolla view .. L.... Road aad H..l.II.. "I'" AT PS, PB, AC. 4 door.Taka Saaaa Player 4J88S98.tni delivered ar 120/rail oaana. la tan Church TkraH Bah.Wa 404 W. Adklnti '..250 2 BR
leeleded.. 8t35/aaealh. Gaaava. Goaova LakaKIUUI. "RmoVolI'h .rg.er' op ..,...... ,..... Yang2S" ( Pit... 448-1440. t142lpd .,. laeatad 1 at "' OldPot8kopoaCaU8l.Wamay Lawtoy, store K living qtrt. 130,000. 'i
Pkae 473-483S.: lUkf t/Zl 3BR 2 ...1.... largebitch. sell ob.. dlaclac. ........ tM-8t02 ar ....4560. Itakft21 t21CABOVERi w ,
., family aria withfkld.to..llnplae..0k. CETA POSITION Clark 74* s. Orange> SIS,400 "-> 3 BR ," ;
.. .. kava .
bark .. .. Pkoaa J.yMore. what ya are looking
i'1'-.ii. t'oin.MI.Di. "Slerllnic' araludy ., 1444230. tlS /.... Typlal. I. meat ka Bradlard It727 T "TT.alaapa :. ,.. Spaaearad by FlratAiaoBkly Block of .tor* fully rented .
jrwi'lry diamond.. rolnai all ol mamas. kadraooi, 1171 i AC. 4 ....., ...Id..., ....p"'" IS out 4. AC. port-a-fatty, .1 God. A I proceed Warahooia 7000' CB Bldg S40.000 \

drnlal ,old. Will vbit. your 4th BR .. lower level largo GN P T 'I'ING r a.l. katckkaik, 250. Oaa ant ./ ol laat 20. .... a.ocoBoaakally electric ...,....., gaa ...... o ta tka _11.,..; had.llckf 424 Lake St. 113,750 fruit tree ,
hum anvwkerr, Mr. deck facing ...... 100 It. lot ...-.., ..r......S.. Rely at 30 aver TRW 331 CUvolandplntaaa. : dlaadvaatagad... Good c..II"., ''*'OO. Pkaaa78248R t/14 120 N. Temple 536,000-great potential'
Kltlnmn. 475.HIM. "ocha'II ; .. Lake* 1 acre traa okadodlot. Walda Flea ...,..... Friday. '1$. ,... 782-3205. Apply at Fla. State Emplay.meat <. llk| t/21 i
Coaala) Unlacoy with Sat., S....,. Maaday. TFkt -. Itpd t/21 Horvlco, akl cowrtkaoao. HAY Argentina .kakla.larllllaod. 301 LAWTEYi 814,000 Apts. or butlnati
H..iiUILi'lirF-: : ; (RKKM M.M. Parrlak R..",, 372S37S. Itckg ./!_ LOT-FOR BALE i1'.. .1.1.. ..1... 717 WEST CALL Tastefully decorated

: "SKI' : >, ||7t Ford 9/14 4tchg_10/5 TOYOTA 1(78. POSITIONS AVAILABLEiAlaokal W..... SukdMiUa, CaaatryCkk. S,..... ,.... (' 4IUI. t14tlpd 403 PINEWOOOi' : Handsome large room.
I iiuniry Squlr"' Station OFFICE ORKKSTAL'RANT --- '- RAR LANDCLEARINCiDoior sal apart eaapa, ...c. AM Pr..... Saparvlaar. Pkana altar 6 p..., t/21
ft agon V pan.rniirr. Only work, largo and (mall ... ... .110... C....,..'. BESSENT RDi 131,500 4 BR. 2B Vt A
SPACE ......, .1. goo .o.Pkoaa PragraaiSaporrlaar 9A4-82I3: Suva C.......... .....
.11I.1"". mllra. fall ..13.2111/:1.) /: FOR RENT 2400 .. It. ol laka. ,.... 40S-2828. 8-17 "" -.71$. Itpd t/21 aad C........ II.. '121 4lpd 10/lt r- --- BESSENT ROi Maw home on 1.2 acr**
I/khg Lawraaca. Blvd. r..... M......'. Degroa las '....1 I'JlACRE LOTS ....' ta TAX ADVANTAGES Large Apt. bldg. rented

A.para.....OB laaao with aptloa to r DODGE AAPEN. 1171. .health related '.......10. r. PEAS Zipper aroma, .build ... Oaa .. Woot alHamptaa EUCLID EPPERSON! Doublewldewithextraa.

.boy or ....,late aaw I.... BRADFORD SEPTIC .,....1 adltlaa. 4 ....1'. PB, aalrodla. .. tiarap..Idea.. 14/kaakal. ,.. plckt L...... IMO. dews 711 LAURA ST.i Remodeled home "
obese 4881853.
--"feiJi'-- i. '39$1...'''. P..... Art, TANK SERVICE Bradford PS AC AM/FM, cralaaaaatral .... I* WaVaat J. 0/kaakal. already. picked.In. (2A50 ao aero COMMERCIAL: 133 301 with 3 Vt Acre y
I.AM) ; P..,.,, Broker, 473.2039.l4 ....Id...... ,..,....*.. 40. ., *:300 and take appayaaaata L.....Eaaratlra Dhattar, ..c..tal..... CI,...C.... t/14 Itpd t/21 HAMPTON LAKE Sophl.tlc.toclll..m.* r
Krv.toa ".11.. :Me* '/ Jttbg 921KCYBTOSEsLake Camm.relal. ... ladaatrlaJ.Fully ar aid oar equal ta Bradford. Ualaa C..UUacCUala. > ........,. .".IITe. Itpd. t/21 :, '
1021 PALM CHAA attractive home, lot
Ire. oo I to 10 acre tract I. ........ Pkoaa large ::1
9M8121. d... ...' Pkoaa. t8d-8>80.llckf I..., P.O. B. 3&', SIGN PAINTING You
nelghborbood ol now bonioa.Homo UehgBULLDOZER t/21 Fla. 32091. Aa .alop aorvica.Saa 534 W. MADISON Zoned commercial .1.
tqp., Starka. a. YARD SALE Molly baby ...-day Rudy at :
Jo,. permit rnobllohum y...". ...'bI,. ... wookly.IRK. WORK artaalty alflrmallvaartlaa items T....... Fri.. eat, W.... Flee M.,..'. Friday, 123,500 FURNISHED I : MH on 1 '/i A Rd. 100 i
and seme.rerlseklaglake. olllcloBalaa, ............ Small daaar, ".deloul., 1974 MAZDA pick-apt 4 .plttTar. Ileac t/21 ....10...a mile aa SR-229, Sri, S..., M....'. TF...... LAKE GENEVA: 2 beautiful ettate k
Priced U U with ... .. AC.MOO SAMPSON LAKE CANAL '72 Model MH t -T
Including atBIUaa. At low aa P".. .,.. relic, .t. all 8R-1C tara ky VaTack.Itpd :
lrrm Iron ZOO .... ..(4U and lovallnf. Jimmy ( ...... P.... M4-4580. PATIOOVERS ...141. 301 LOT '0' 211' la,500.NEW .
111$1....... K..I.... Martin, 904.5210.: tf/chc IRSBAHIA i(17t : x
month ( ..........
per ... ....
t21lt7 ..10. Llmltadaapply.
H.lihti Realty, 473-2814. RIVER S acre, 7 room homo 3t,300
SR 21 available.Owner. : .
(frontage. 4734375.oa II Ie", :MO OR; 1 Y'Cn$ HAY Argaatma. II GATOR ;
tl/ckf f.OR Eft't;, MALIBU la .... par bale, behind.. baler lallold. ALUMINUM 4820 N.W WE NEED ACREAGE TO SELL
- mm : ....It..., .......T". avorpaymaata J.M. Ed..,... SI..... I3tk. St., G.I......... Pkaua .
aTamWomrnHBOml PHaV BJmtJ aW BmTammaVJIamtaBl aVamf BBBBmtJBmaWMmmmml amrnVJ BBB> al 170 ...... and P..... 811..311. Itpd t/21 372..767, in tl/ckf

I Union County TWO BEDROOM: hoe... (100 Iowa Pkaao 762-3220. HONDA CB In, 197J WA"T8"oNr8 ioViiEO'

fnralakad.. deposit raqulrad.Na lie" t/21 ....1.350.Phoaa Md8287.llcka : RUMMAGE SALE) Fridayaad VA CHUMS! Maay ......... ol 4'lurUul1ellCl..It,

U -iiiif iiii-aiBiiiii-i wmmtjiiiiiiiiiii : ulOltlaa. Gardaa apace.I.awt.y t/21 Sal.rday. 428Thomp.aa 5. .. .... v...
BII ii i ii ii .. .c. .
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NO .
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St.-...Fla. Lillian C. Pearson
( objection ta ....11 child.aparlaiantat 1 'QMU1fO.RSAU I : 9R1asALMp,6aw aid. ......,... lor all REALTOR ..
HftP\WAJitUD, 1, ....h..782.U7l..IeIa._ BRINICEy .* twt J ,, #... a .w.a r' .'V....,..,..,...... .Gf..N. !'" *(Ml 7700Joeing *.,.,. .... :jt, ...if-- I
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I II'" )) cP;" .... ',;'CLEA, N-W; IOtY Ar... Gel.ov il.. I. s'aUav'in'*!'TCCMbrick
Ir '.. aid. ....... aflbtao. OFFICE
.-- : aao wltk largo HuMCSiWby"; ................ fkaaa 4BS Pkoaa 3787110. "/c", 5..., 3 BRIbaplaeai I'M'' 101 NURTH1."W1"Y.
-- coma and bath, aaa with 4 mere? Bay direst Iranilactary. Wtftrtw altar 5 Itpd. t/21 cveala, .1.,..
NOW ACCEPTING 2 BR, _.. '... balk. Ll..... aawcttea, .1 )2730 p-m. -
MOBILE! : HOME ," Large ..1'..., dick marker ..
ORDERS lar Peppy Plaata.Cat ..,.I.h.d.. aa 1/2 aero ol II I fural.kod. la balk. P...... 2.. 14 12 wide. 8TARKE /JIIllIJOZl'" CORNER Classified _.11" aa Sear 1 A.... 7W23N06Lavaly

793-4034 t/21: altar* P'". 97Slckf lend quiet country living, on I 9i9L.lullf.L/l: HOME CENTER US 301 Bulldoz.r Work two LOT......I... Surkiwltk Z.... Ads Get Owoer will hold .'.. t. 3 ar 4 BR 1 1/2
Hwy 18. Call 490.2308.9/14. FURNISHED TRAILER Nortk.' Opaa t te d..>.. 1 la 8Snaday 1 .......leL Pkaaa 944-9724. qualified. ".)'.". .balk. Block bee .. 2
ii7ili iiAs5 MOTOR. llchg with 2 BR .150/....'... pha. P...... ....1741. Large or Small t/21 2tckg 9/27 --- -- acre.. CILIA many
.... 9C44343.lUfc 1I.h, Results.BTHOMAS Restored 9 BR CHAA. !2 ....
dopoalt." P. ..,.... (30,000 .1'
CYCLE E... .... ....... t':>Ti:RNTsHED! : I TuIIODSKi till --_..:...----- w Land Fill WASHING MACHINES,3 ..., baaaa la L....,.. lima...d.
law milage) *.,.9$ ar .best.Bor. ... I. Rallord !Small Iowa A
.11. PARTIALLY pnyaaat
NICE"L'f--iirii iiiiiDAPT. WUripool ISO ...... Call: -
'III. 4965665. t/14 2tpdFORSUE 431.1044. 11121 2tckg: t2irurnkkcd : 0.. ... Itvtof. ...., FURNISHED two badroaBtralar. PondsWILBUR ......,.... .Pkoaa t 44744Itpd aaatiB V.A Bertfago3BR. 4 BR. 2 ..,.k7 (Brick)
.,.......U.,' katk. UUlltIe.I .(500 dowa... taba over WATERS t/21 [ CHAA BIRO rot. 5 u.....
." '" 12'7'I". : i : HOME.I ............ Private ..true.Inquire 7/Banlk.. Pkoaa. .112 b.7b7cH\A. .. (47.500.
with. 12.11'l add. 403 E. 933.2601. lick t/21 fat-it --- REALTY I acre *. paved road Inaaatry. ___ _
an roam oa 1 acre ol Ie.dI, Starko. ,IZI .fI.... ------- 980 W Madiaon. SI Starve ti I Snail d... Poultry FarBt Brooder. I
mL F.:. of Lake. Butler 9 ail,, .... BLOCK HOME with. 3 B..2 ..- 0. 712.11" i PANELING r 2I Nortk Walaat HI. payment aad ...... modern ......., egg raaai
M of Starko an bun route,' TWO--BEDROOM. or, rams ...1....with 12 acraa. 'I Ht.r.DH44182. Florida 32091 ..1.1". martgafo.I A Hvlaf goaft .... Call far

NOW ACtKPTINUOKDFRH : : lilt: ,' on SR-lOG..100 ... 496. AC. Contra bas ..,... ., laad. Carpal CHA.Ph. Formerly A oJ.Tho.. --- .are detail.,
) : for Pepper Plant.. :2142. lung: 9/21 ... utility ........Fkaaa M4- .. 782-3577. 5/18 ." kf CENTER Real Luau BR Coaer.ta blk. ..... --- -
: 9/21 Paneling Molding well b........ oa lacatiaa otave, wets. A dryer,
.:30 ,... 2tpd .128KITCHENETTES,1BR I 2.5 ..r... liB 323. Hampton
--- 13.000.. Will ....1..1'
:IWMNCLMAIMS Kitchen Cabinet Sumner '1.... loll.B .
'' Several baalaaa.properly .
, i!i7M HOMIA'SIO. MuVroit- ClassifiedAds. 2" Thru 0" I Counter I aaj 301. trailer .. trada.
apt. Tops --- --
( \( 1.";, Excellent: sad.
beetoiler. Ilow TV AC. atOll).. laehidad. GetResults Fat Rotary .| vanities. I II I lour R. I bath ronrrele --- 4 in acraa plantedKelaro
aiilagoi I,49S or ; P... Totally taralabad.. block carport big lot. Wear Choice:. baOdlag Lala. .. graded 1'....
4HH2H05.14 ZtpdBR INSIRANCEAUKNCY Wookly, .....1, '.1..,. Drilling Equipment Madl.on tit.Imm.eelata. ,, with II l/s pane
ISO N. Lake. Avo. FREE .
lfla : Pkon. WH 77IM)
.. l.ckr. Butler, 4 0.3978. Tampla Matal lID N. STATE LICENSED I BK 2 balk IB: \eraleP.lldom.binRg dews \
TaBpla Ava., Starka. P... I I ESTIMATES.VAUGHNJOHNSON ___ __
ill)! SE! :, | l/2balkioa t'omplet.lnauraaae SorvlcoV7ryon 4-7337.. 8/31: 4tpd '121 .......r.soee.a.reer.Pumps home an earner Hit In cttv. 2 .Broker Heal Estate 4 acne A ap with' large

Hooded loll J...' ouUlde city : ;*-""!':"" la.uraaTeTIrnmodlato : ; STARKE S Br. I balk, : car: garage 'H-A. l'v: .n.. 1111".114711 _... aa US.301 Lawtoy,

llmll, unlurnl.ked, with. ,...,.,. kyphaao. ALMS. APARTM'ENTS.Elllcloacloa H&A,, 2jDOO p.t ,Iu.h. ... ;. -- I ..., wator avallakla, (3,000
.t.nd ...1,1,. 4116.311/18. .. JIIK I SHE '....1..... .... oa large aaraor .lot. oa .o.e..nea.New L CO. 10 A..... near city llmltaEaat A.M Pearl i.te Andrew IM4.773 par sere It prcatdawa.
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Itpd 9/21 A.KM: 4M2I26 a- 496- Weekly or ... ..,. 2311 N.Tampla Tee many aitraa ,. ,Hat.STARKEi & UeodS81esPartsSIMOI. I I. SR-18 I .

-. -. .- tWM.. __ __ ____ A...., Burke, -- -- S. Thompson ----- .I..*, Hiring. "
: 2 balk A........ 7 2 31184
3 BR. Acra 1340' US 301.
F. Itetaaa Thorn. 38J5
TV'.. '
Coca Col. Plant)
I:>M'RA M;.:. Rikerd la- Ha\A, brick. keme la Faraet 13"0 51'1 I B... Real Estate: (58300 Terma.
BRASINGTON ...r...* Agency, .armor. ----- --- -- H.I,.... Bnllt for. ..,., Broker -----
..eI De.lrr. Bank Bufldlng.Chone EFFICIENCY aad alaaprooBO. ... .a...... 1400 plea ... It- E-Z Terms I SalPhilip 4)lllcolM44l62Evening.
CadIllac adamobile .911.2101.1.. Bytlrr8B8B8B8BB 31 tt aaltaa. North I .a Brand BOW! ...uo..e..e.ur.e..io PUBLIC AUCTION DAY, EVE A WEEKEND: Sake & Service U8-30I. Uadorwaad Motal.tlckf .. .. ... 1 1I very Inure a s.Ii 30 P MANCY'S Pkoa* 7823800l.tOKI.K

Fmt Selection Of Used mlFURNITURE STARKEi Foroat H."",.. Plumbingeaoeeeeaeeeeoee.eoteel. I W. Clark 51.1.2210 AUCTION.

--.;-_----_ beautiful burly waadodlota .
Can Taken On high. and dry paved REALTOR: ASSOCIATES! : WaldoFormoilv
Cadillad TradesGAJNESVU.LE REFINI8H1NQFraa FOR RENT-: Office ....... .....et., .bald poor awn New Installation E KEYSTONE Steve MIIIIIII..... Tna. Mad Barn
2001 N.Wd3371J.$301 --- bated dawalawa K.'...., ....., ar yaa Bay like ... HEIGHTS Eve: 004 5HNI .c..qsh. P6In.
EatkBataaSaaakJaa jot all Lawroacr. Blvd. and ol ...... Call '., detail Remodeling Rpalr8 .
-- ...., ..,_. Call 4734907woakdaya 0111., ;|8CM\47J-47OG\ Harold FppeKve. : Hom.MTt.JB,
-..- AeroaMaa.FrL t'ajai.' 5 ,... 3 BR, 2 kaTkm7kUa kowjeoa a..e..a...u.a.ealaleurrar1S E........ : .9 44616Ralph FAULKNERREALTY f Kf, Real total Broker

Aak lar Mr* 'Wkarloc.MOBILE ..... (...700" [904J473-4037 99s Norlk Pkoao Temple 941-1626 Av.

HOUSECLEANING t a... -.dtJO p... EYITONE- -- -- '(ll lark..Flerld.
----- HOME II S acratraeta. .........4..w.....u EI....G. Stan lay Bryan I m
PbMait44T8BtBBlal8Bm1BtaBil et.rtleg'81,410.' s..... a

: |i lci6'i>ditS.) : ..... PUMPS I SUPPLV E.........473-3065: Real Estate 2:10Tpmplar: ( :
SPECIAL j ------ r ".......Florida

100 AMI> AJI.PATRAY BROKERKayalaaa COMPANY 1117 N.T..*.* A.,.. PavlH.r.nlkar. .
U.lgkta" ,Fla. BRICK BUNGALOW Stark,Flu Realtor.
Any Single Story YARD WORK Home Ave, Fr .kdrB. 'r....
Ofka 804 N. Temple 3 BR. 1 ball aa 5/8 ., a.sore. M487S8NEW I
House M.3l Hedge TrimmingLawn 473-3461 473203MarakallDoaaUooa: MoJ- lM5 ('H i A, ..,.'1.... antballdlaga.
Hoejia Raking .._ ____ 8I8.MO.' I II .e.... paved
Two Story Fl .
Stark), LISTINGS '
Lawn Mowing PRICE REDUCED: tt.OOO road., fenced, >
38.9StotB.BS Parking Lol 8....... Caaatry Club ...., -
Nerve. Higher Clean-up 473-4373: 964.7061' ROOM TO ROAM tranaferred aad .*.| sail aa tkla 2 badraaai frame Fdwar7RdT:. : 3511. 2 I/I
Mobile Home 4 mlnl...arm, BR a balk with .......* cldlnf NI.. bath UK LR. "R ...lIltflr..I.
*flt.95 aa thla acre May 3 .
... ...... .
(28-00. lot with largo' .d. ..*. .....*. ......1. i
t. haaaao .Mme beautiful lat
Double Wide % FREE ESTIMATES' ewe brick_ raatrletad'aa araa. Tkle Air ....1.... and Ifr.'.... klck.. -_ ....

Thl I I. prcfiara and SUNSHINEACRES ajaaltty *..,meld fcoaaoI I lacladaal.Graat Frame II.*... 2BB.garage .
... BOR9E8PERMITTED this 3 ..... --- -- 1. .
chemical clcaalag Phone f 4.1"-"" I yr localism aa Hwy 18Woat !o.!! JI

gnaraBleed t* remove I aaj tide 10 sire farm.hose. /41, tlprjt OG 2 ..._ fraaakaaa Frame brew M I ..... .la r

mildew, bugi, 'ilala*. baa aaatral boat A ak(28MO. HAMPTON---8--....U..I kanucaJat ado. ....ar'.., very' ...--" ., ..
'I icra lot milk large pin**. -
ele. WATCH acne aa BR 18 .batwooaHamptaa several. % Acre. North ol rturk.
Call Collect: : ...-...1 I AnnouncingTHE aad. BR-100, atlltv, kafldlnga inal all vs :301.
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after p.m. OPENING OFtfoois 'If you're 'Interacted In a new home) or a lot with FOR HISTORY SALE RaBkUag....... A ,Stile 4 BR wash, trl. -"ev.l w8l W. ..... 1$0...... ka Ik.Wortklngiao 1 BR I ..;, LBl: DR.

lake acceiav watch what we're doing In Silver TUa aid ......la rend,. for ..... "' .. a real akawplaca. with ) Spriac Sole a,FoBhror. .* \ family ,**.,' carport.Lawlay .

Ridge by Sliver Lake on SR-21-Bnar Keystone Ute ....-,.......,. .....1 (39,00.C.8 Irsaup.. flwaar will aall a* ,_ ?

REGISTERGASANI JEil.Ef Height U aall at SI1A00.SECLUSION. ----- _U.. 3O acroa.Wa ; Tee 20 acr* traeta very
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