Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1980
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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\ The Sweetest.StralcberrieB This Side. of. ,Heaven ,r102nd ';

2nd Issue Thursday.July:! 31.1MO ; U8F80Z70Starke 'I. .'

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I}, Council Will Get. j" ,


3 New"FacesrSepternber 9 ',


With two commissioners retiring ecutive Committee and Is a former Washington Street. He Is a member of
\ and another seeking a county chairman of that organization.He Is a the Starke toning and planning board.
z't three new former aide to State Rep. Frank Williams qualified Just before S p.m.
elected In the September 9 City-of Williams D-Crystal Lake. Monday July 28.
Starke election. A total of seven candidates Three candidates surfaced during Ramsey an insurance agent with
? an vying for the three the last five days prior to the filing Gulf Life Insurance Company and a
; vacated city seats. deadline for the Group 5 seat now held former Starke\: fireman entered the -,
by Ted Oglesby, as Oglesby announced race Just before the noon deadline
't In the Group One race, Bobby he Is retiring from the commissionafter Tuesday July 29. He is a three year
Mllner, Jr.,will be opposed by: Walter one term. veteran of the U.S. Army.
Westcott for the seat now held by two- Travis Woods,'Joe Williams. and The election will be held TuesdaY.
term Commissioner Wilbur Waters, John E. Ramsey have paid their filing September 9 at City Hall with the
who is seeking the county commission succeed Oglesby.Woods polls open from T a.m. to 7 p.m. Per-
seat being given up by Commissioner lived In \: sons who cant their ballots in the Cityof
Sir AWa V; 'Hazel Paulk.Mllner and supervisor with the Stare of- Starke election will vote at City
Cleanr-up DriveIs h' ti. i is employed as an Instructorat fice of the Division, of Motor Vehicles Hall and hi order to vote In the county
C.T.I. at Union Correctional Inn Drivers License' Division. He election on the same date will have to
stitution. He was an unsuccessful candidate qualified Thursday, July 24 at 3 p.m. votefor county state and federal
:: for the City Commission two Williams ovyns an apartment house races at their regular county. voting
,Contageous .years 880.: near Bradford High School on places.
: Westcott la a horticulture instructor'
'r 1 I, (at the B..dfordInion Vocational
,VolUnteer.work in i ;
rs [ Technical Center In Etarke and also
.ty clean-up<< drive move in on a' '!'teaches some classes at Bradford BHS Cheerleaders to Honor '
''neglected corner at W.., Call i 'High School. He has been a member
and ,Bay,Street in the:third, f sy i t' a per ud d; Ones Is current vice-chairman of the Hostages.'with'Yellow'Ribbons' '
Saturday 'work-day of. the. ( M re Starke planning and coning board.. ,
j The Group 3 race will feature Jimmy -,
F drive. Reading from. right. Crosby, Jr., who will be opposed To help us remember the U.S.Hostages still being held in Iran the Bradford
are: ,Chub' Johnson, a: staff; by Lavon Jackson for the seat now High School cheerleaders will be placing yellow ribbons on business and office
member: from ''Tom'Sawyer' held by 'three-term' Commissioner doors throughout the Starke area Saturday, August 2. .. ,
House; Mrs. ,L.A.: ,Canova,' Harold Epps. Epos Is not seeking anew This Is being done as a Community Goodwill Project that sponsored and
M. term. financed by the Cheerleader Organization at no cost to the businesses
chairman of ,theWoman's Jackson workecOor the'City: of that will receive the ribbons. The Cheerleaders.. will only need the business or
Club clean-up'', committee; >e Starke in the clerk's office from 1967 office manager's permission to place a yellow ribbon on their front door: or en-
John,H, Morris, former, city N SOL rK to 1973. In urn she went to work for trance. '
employee;' ; Beverly ., the finance office In the Bradford The girls are oncouraglngthe community and county as a whole to take up
lL_' County School System. .the Yellow Ribbon Syr boI".ud to go ,and place a>!yellow- ;
Blackshear; ,of, Woman'sClub ,>Cosby Is ait adDmbdutrfnVd'assis- ribbon somewhere their personal property the front door 4if UMte ;...... --,
; and ii" volunteer from" x' .tatf to uperintandent JITS- Godwin home, or h tree or mailbox that .to near the road or driveway they suggest,
a Tom Sawyer house.,. tbd*! .Rbceptton and Medical Center The cheerleaders will be meeting with Cheerleading Sponsor Mrs. Debra
f In lower photo M r ftNetUea\ 'toe*> Lake Butler. He Is a member Stephens during the week to'prepare the ribbons and will go out Into the com-

04-00Wott''crew'user; v the Bradford County Democratic Ex- munity Saturday ..,

':; to attack,'mammoth -'

r pile of, trash just east of '

/ Street.railroad' crossing.on Jefferson Last Weekend for"Odd Couple" I I"The

(See editorial, page 4A)' Odd Couple"play opens Us second Includes a complete salad bar Iv-oz. Murray. ........,. .... ... Kevin Neel
and final weekend at the Starke T-bone steak; baked potato. BBQ Roy.. ..-....,.. .... .Buddy PatenonVInnII.
Golf and Country Club tonight Thursday bread, and coffee or tea. The salad .>....:,..-?.,.,.. .Bob Gauvatz
1 June 31, and tickets era getting' bar opens at 6 p.m. each night with
I Starke Needs Mote Voltage Dees Says scarce. showtime 7:45 p.m. Crew:
: "Saturday's sold out and Friday is Herres said attendance last Richard Jockel, director.
getting pretty durn slim" Golf Pro weekend was poor Thursday so-so 'Judy Dukes, assistant director
Merrill Dees Is after three electricity to..city consumers. In i Structure on which to mount the ad- and clubhouse manager Herb Herres Friday, and super Saturday. "It was Gene Tanner, lighting and sound.
.transformers which would triple the May for instance the city bought ditional transformers is already said Monday night. At that time plenty ,near capacity ((170) Saturday and the, Pauline Tanner personal production.
present capacity of the City of Starketo' 370,900 KWH more from FPL than it erected, gotten at a very substantial ofntiic k1ueLts were left for the Thurs audience was really good. when the Charles Hall. scenery.:
draw electricity from' Florida generated. ,. saving from a power firm that no production anted sloppy audience produces so do the players Tarcy Wolbert, production hostess.
Power Light, enough to last the city But the capacity of the substation longer generates its own power. persnickety Felix \ and Saturday's production was' Janice Jockel Sandee Hall.. Wendee
for the next 10 years at least. on East Call Street is limited now to .The funds are approved by the city Oscar Madison. great" Hall Todd Hall set crew.
.,"I came back mostly to help 7.5 megawatts(1,000KWH). Dees hada council and when City Clerk Merrill Tickets for the dinner-theatre are Cast:
straighten this thing out,* says the price five months ago of$35,700 for Edwards finds the money Dees may on sale at the pro shop at the country Oscar Madison.1...... .'....Don Neel
all city utilities of three used transformers which woulddo pull off another deal like the one when club,, 864-5441, and at the Merle Nor- Felix Unger.... .....Grover Howard
the powersant! now limping: along the Job. Transformers never wear the substation was first built In 1979 man Cosmetic Center on Thompson Gwendolyn Pigeon..ft .Pat Scoggins aite: GownZrier J : '
with Its biggest engine down and fuel out, a used one.is'as good aa a new back when buying electricity from Street In Starke\: phone 86+7355. Cecily Pigeon..... .'.ff.Chris Wilson
oil prices running out of sight the cost: one. FPL was a controversial. subject: in Tickets are $10 per person which ,Speed....... ....;...". .Josh Sutherland : l

the While,city.the" city council fiddled..' Does a ",r. ,:.''. ::1

acted. Threatened by blackouts as demand 2-- ,
",, pushed the power plant to its DOT Layoffs Stalled -- AgainThe SrbersreSATURDAY It
limit the council was debating buying .
I 'I I another engine and whether the city sweeping string of on-again-off- and in accordance with the secretaryof .... ."'1... I _
could afford yet another bond issue. again Florida Department of transportation's call for a five per- -: J
Scrounging used structure and Transportation (DOT) Job lay-offs cent personal reduction by 1981, the
transformers.Dees had his city electric scheduled: to begin July 1, has apparently Jobs have been listed to cut. }.>\)
,crew put together the first part) of been stalled little longer. District 2 Deputy District Engineer i
the substation on East Call Street and Area residents Donny Bagwell and John Colson said that the particulartype df4'J
the city of necessity, started buying James Fender, whose poets were due of jobs eliminated were axed .
'electricity from F LP for elimination at the beginning of the because of the drop In revenue suffered I
Today, with fuel prices month were still atwork at press by the department for construc-
skyrocketing and little generating time Wednesday. July 30, but neither tion work when gas consumption AUGlfST 1_
plants like the city's becoming: more would 'confirm reports that declined and the amount of tax collected POP WARNER SIGNUP .r,
unprofitable to operate, buying eleo- employees within DOT Districts 2 and also dropped. 10.00 A.M._1.00 P.M. '
tricty from FPL is an accepted rad.U" :3 were planning legal action against. "Some of the Jobs will be easily Bradford,arcs.' ,
not debated by the city council the department to halt the cuts. handled by retirements but others I
any more. The problem of buying yet When contacted in Tallahassee will force somebody at the bottom to MONDAY.AUGUST S I
another generator'' disappeared with Wednesday 30, DOT Information fall out." Mid CoI cm.when contactedat
the substation.It specialist Shirley Tellender said his Lake City office Monday. July I
.is not unusual today for the city to' neither she nor DOT personal director'David : ,
purchase more electricity from f'PL Ferguson had heard anything 28.In cases like the current one higher'
than it genera. for instance about the proposed suit against the ranking DOT employees are entitledto ..... ::1
, the city 1,923,700 state. "bump" fellow workers with less RADPORO COUNTY COMMISSION
, KWH at the power plant and bought Earlier In the week Tellender had seniority when their positions are MUTING-,l:JO AJW.
1 1.894,200 KWH from FPL. 370,500 explained to the Telegraph that 28 eliminated. It the workers whose positions .. .......
KWHmore than generated. positions within DOT District 2's con are cut do not wish to accept a
Because of the".ub8tation city struction: englnereering inspectionand tower-ranking job. or transfer to a
I residents need not,worry this summer. materials testing and research simlalar level- position elsewhere In -rtnRaDAy! AuoUp I .
about brownouts; Dees. however, .Is. divisions are scheduled for elimina the state.. they are out of work .. CITY or STAMCI \'
concerned about preserving thesecurity tion. Tellender said that the Jobs had altogether unless the state can place. ClTYCOUNCILMImNO1rt1O'.M.CIIyHe.
of city electric: users. been Identified as surplus positions them with private firms. Colson said. .. I.
Output capacity of the city: power Tellender said the Job cuts are part ,..*. .. .tHSIIIRON r
plant is down to 5,750 !KW or J.73megawatts of a department wide string of SPRINGS VPO
now. That figure Is WOO Thunderstorms Break finacial and personal headaches tied M..tli s.-T:3S......,
,KW lower than it should be, but the cI- Heat Wave In Area: to funding problems' and inflationarywoes. McCwth/iOme, t r
ty's largest generator has been down Rain Totals 7 Inches : t tTHUIISOA"
for the past four months. ''Thunderstorms almost 'A hiring freeze has been In effect : .AUGUST : .i
The, new substation as bar bringing for all DOT districts and divisions 1
seven Inches of rain to Bradford sRAOroRDCOUNTv
rushed to complete it \
.' crewman since last March and "all requests to
; Making Sure Starke'Has: Electricity;.. in late"7t. came on line Just In ttme.v County in the past) seven days have fill vacancies must now be reviewed CNAMSM SO/MO MUTtNOJtIS I '
back heat ... .
KWWorthington went broken the i of the June-July "f.n..Omt4CavrwtyOf' R.M.v
The 3.300 committee
Back la 175 this power plant substation on East Call Street saved the City of, down large weeks after the substation. wave In 'this-. area .sending, by a ,1'
Starke from blackouts. Just weeks after the city began having electricity from completed.just temperatures' dropping from a100.degree ,(
Florid Power Light! the biggest.and newest engine In the power plant broke' was Mn fact, that 'engine/which cost high on July 24 to 80 and 781 i 1 Tee Sections 1
doWII' some $$730.0t when It went on.JIne degree highs i, last "Friday, and.Satur 'SECTION At.N ', ... .JACKSONBUttDINGSUPPLY \
Now Merrill Dees the man responsible for building the substation back I ben back in 1OT4. has been off line more .17e _...........,'..,.... ..heel IA-3A .{ "' '
buying power from FPL was controversial wants to triple the capacity of the than It has been on since it was InsUUed. mercury climbed beck to SS on K..ltorial. ........ ..1../..e 4A' : :
substation" by baying. three Used transformers for 1XI.70Q. a bargain: The last .-Interest,pushed cost of the addition -' Monday. but remained In the lower Soclety.w..k..c>&.Pages ....-,.. ,; ; ,: '" :\
transformer the city bought cost '%%.000. But the city doesn't have.the cash on of that engine to over SI million. tOe Tuesday and Wednesday' Lesals' & steal (**..;.>,*.,Page*. Of Starke" .- .'err .
band says City Clerk Merrill Edwards. At any rate the city: power plant Santa Fe and New River'fire towers Sports...j..V,.. Pages 11 A*14* :Mwx'30U64.6078, :,
substation. Is already In and Is Improvement both of inches of )
big totals
The tincture for the enlarged place t has'a maximum capacity of 5,7501 reported seven SECTION at. .
ever the present one. Dees said. For Instance the city had to be KWH. which would go down to 4,000, rainfall during the past week, while Obituaries. .......*,..,.,.,>PaaelSriefi. .k.tfw1'Qq. and MNOiWa'2 A' .J
blacked oil circuit breaker. burned out. With the substation the II Louis Hill tower at Highland recorded )
oat when an new KWH If the next largest engine' ... ..vu.f..",,..iivv4SSle.Pete -
circuit! breaker could be by-pawed and removed without Interfering with service down. &.It inches. 434973u I
1.750 KW Worth1 &ton. breaks Claulfled.. ,..-...*.. ..&1.
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2A TELEGRAPH July 31, MM __ .... .... x".".,., _, _

I Trio Throw Hats in Group 5 Ring :

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Joe Williams Travis,Woods i. < John RamseyJohn 1 1

Joe W. William, SB a resident of w ,""' ,...'',/, .. E. Ramsey, 37 of Starke announced kr; 1 j, ,
Stark since 1974, announced Monde '" f'j" .. lust before the qualifying
July 28, that be would be a candidate f ,Ii' "", deadline Tuesday, July 29, that he
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for the Croup S City Commission <. ;. S S,4w (If.j :' would be a candidate for Starke City
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teat now held by Commluioner \ ) ... ally" Commissioner Group 5 In the ;czv czvy
Ted Oglesby. Oglesby 1* "., ,'. \,, ,!", ., ..Ii; "' September 9, = Starke election. ;
for a second term in tbe September 9 I ," ." ..' .. ,! ... .F.. He has been dent of Bradford
city electlaa.r. ," \ "' County most of his life attending t s ril=
Ramsey j
Bradford High School. .is 1 a
Gulf Life Insurance
employed by
: Prior to his
Company as an agent.
;y ..t.1 ;, .? j4fy r selling Insurance he was employedfor

;)1' ,. '' three years as a fireman with the.
I' of Starke.
." "i ... City
.. served three
." t. Ramsey years on active
., ) duty in the United States Army.
'. t. 'If.,. He lives in Starke with his wife and

+ < ,' .three daughters. Former Finmaa John Ramsey seeks another city Jobas the Group i Count
rur 4Joe Ramsey said be Is) running for the cUmanvi I II II
City Commission "To help advise the II I

a ..... ,City not control it, but,Improve it." I
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Kids Kick In on I I


\ Clean-Up CampaignAll

seven residents of Hampton'sTom .'!,tf&ii: I 1 1 I 1 1 i i t
Sawyer House pitched In to help
the Starke Woman's Club's clean-up
a campaign last Saturday. The IS and

t. 18-year-old volunteers five at Sawyer
.1 House after being referred to it by 1 1 11 1//
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Williams The house was established last October ) :
by a federal grant as part of a i
I national demonstration youth project.It .
Williams l I. a graduate of the --I mow settles
th !f: teen-agers into a family at- 1 1 1a
University of Florida with a degree 2 mosphere that some of them have
from the College of Business Ad- never experienced before.

ministration. He was a marine pilot Sawyer House Invites communitysupport I Ie Iw a
during World War 2 and the Korean and would like to contribute I

its share to civic projects in the
While growing Up.Williams lived In future.

Chipley in Washington County in Contact Bernie Brown at 468-1363
West Florida.He for Information.
worked for two years as a real
estate salesman in Mobile Alabama
after the Korean conflict. Used lc*>

Williams worked five years as a circuit Machin.Scotsman.
court counselor in divorce court
in Tampa, sold life Insurance for five Travis Woods enters the Group S race with the paying! at,the qualifying fee to

years, and worked two and a half Clerk Merrill Edwards. Flak.r
years as a youth counselor in
Gainesville. Travis Woods, 39, of'starke, an- Woods Is married: be and his wife Appro.. 320 Ib. sliced
When he moved to Starke In 1974 he nounced Thursday July 24, that he Anne have two children. Chanda, 7, per day I,
purchased the Bradford Village would be a candidate for the Group S, and Jason *
Apartments, located on WashingtonStreet Starke City Commissioner's seat now Use) lc. Machin.'

In partnership with his son, held by departing Commissioner Ted The Woods are members of the Cubor
U.S. Air Force Pilot Bruce M. Oglesby.Woods. Madison Street Baptist Church. "
Williams, currently stationed in has been a resident of 1111 He Is employed as a driver license Cube Size) 3/8"xl %"x 1'/,'"
California.Williams now operates the West Pratt Street In Starke for the supervisor with the Department of Call 964-8222
apartment complex as partner- past 18 years and a resident of the City Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles i
manager. of Starke for 21 years. Bureau at the office In Starke. Williamson'sRepair
Williams served on a 15-member
committee that drafted the City of
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Starke land use plan and set up the Service'
reorganization of the Starke Planningand
Zoning Board. He has been a Commercial. Refrigeration
member of the planning and zoning Air Conditioning
board since it was reorganized three r r a
years ago. Harr
He served for eight years with the t.
"-Terrace Little in 411If
Temple League
Uf', I
Tampa moving from coach to chair-
man of.the ,building committee, to .. .. .1

president. > 'THBBMbFoRD'" ,. .
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Williams Is a member of the Starke .
Civltan Club; Starke-Bradford County I, COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Chamber of Commerce; member Published every Thursdayat
United Nations Association in 138 W. Can Street

Gainesville; member American Civil Starke, Florida 42M1
Liberties Union; and is a member of
the Starke Presbyterian Church. Second Class postage paid at
4 Starke,FloridaSubscription

Board Gets "Budget" y Rates M 41 al 1
Braces For BargainingBradford
1 trade area ff.OO per year .
County School |S.Msixila months

Superintendent Tom Casey presentedthe
coming year's tentative budget at Outside trade area 'I....per year

the School Board's regularly scheduled $$.50 six months e "

meeting Monday night but requested -
that members the
.tatl cal package for a stud fore ;. X 1 = affeas POP!

acting on its contents. ,",,,, .,. [ ..... I ,

Following the meeting Board -. '.1iI.. _'. .' .. ... .. .,I
members adjourned to a closed ex- THEHIDEABED
ecutive session to discuss pending He's off and "Running."
teacher's contract negotiations.
At time Wednesdaythe first District State Senate candidate Perry McGrlff Jr. turned up In Bradford
day press of contract bargaining, no County Tuesday July 22 In a Jogging suit to emphasize the fact that he Is
agreements had been reached on any "running" for office. McGriff left), his campaign manager Louis Kallvova
contractual points, according to father Perry McGrtft Senior and youthful campaign workers blanketed Brad- SOFA
spokesperson Joan Chitty. ford as part of a Is-county district-wide sweep.

NOTICE Headquarters



CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE. INC. dated August 3, 1979, In the .."c,. ( ) Section 113b( ) (II-Poc.du) for ','
will conduct public hearing on Wednesday authority under Section 369 04(2) (b) Termination of Electric Service-No
September 3. 198O It 1000 A M. In the de Statutes The aforesaid' Order No electric utility may terminate electric :. Other
Conference Room in the office ol Clay the Florida Public Service service 10 any electric. consumer
Electric Cooperative Ino 'In Keystone further slated mat hearings .. except pursuant to procedure described : .)
Heights.Florida The purpose of me hearing lion 111d( ) ((6) (load management In Section 119(9)( ).
it to obtain public comment on the followingsections niques) would be held by the ( ) Section, I 113(0( ) ((5)) Advertising, Styles 1
1tid>. "31bl and 114 standardsol and that hearings Involving' Sa No electric' utility may recover from
the Public utility, Regulatory Policies Act (lifeline rates) would be Held' by the '
ol the National Energy Act, hereinafter lion to the..,.nllllil such standard, any holders person(or other other owners than the of snare-such Choose from FVirrts, Also
called "PURPA' rate structure It Is anticipated the
utility any direct or Indirect expenditure -
Section 111(9)( ) 181 Load Management mendations regarding the ... F-lerEll6
(1) by such utility for promotional' or Falxicsf Nylo s
Technique .111. aforesaid standards will be ,
political' advertising as defined In
(2)) Section' 113b( ) (II) Matter Metering at by such 1".11.110'hearing' Clay on Electric September 3..'... Section' 115h( ). arld Naturals-the latest in Fabric designs, '',, ,. Availableor
( ) Section 114' Lifeline Rate '
The standards to be considered ;
(3)) Section 113lb ((2)) Automatic II') Lower Pitai No provision ol' .. .
'forth in
hearing are set PURPA*'
Adjustment| Clauses this! title prohibits. a State Regulatory
Information to ((1)) Section I I11dl181) ( Load authority (with respect lo an electric Tom :
((4)) Section 113101' ( ) ((3) ment _, ,1I' ;
Techniques Each for ,
Consumers utility which it has ratemahmgauthority
utility shell otter 10 .Its )or a nonwguiatad electric,
(S) Section 1l3lbl( 1 14) Procedures for consumers such load utility from fining <
Termination ol ElectricService, technique, a* the Stale ,. allowing, 10 go Into effect eoproving a rate 'for or 't'$29995
(Gsect3b) ( ) ((3) Advertising authority (or the nonreguiated essential.' needs (I.. defined by the ,
(C7I) Section, 114 Lifeline Rates ric utility, ) has determined will Stele regulatory authority or by the'
A be nonreguiated electric utility, as the
practicable and coat-el
Clay Electric Cooperative' Inc. WIN considertne .s determined, under 11811)S' case may be) ol residential. electricconsumer
above. Standards pursuant to Sections
*wIiICIII.low. then a rateunder
119IC( )
1",1'2.1'3. and 114ol PURPA. and alter ..
me standard referred ,
B be reliable and lo in
will determine
the conclusion ol such Hearing
,il the implementation ol any or all of C provide useful energy !' Section Hld( ) (1), ) (the COM of
management service elandard' )
such standards ,is appropriate lo carry out advantage
She pupo..ol PURPA/ "and pursuant" to the electric< utiliy, (Ibl Determination any State "
special rules for such standards set forth In ((2) Section 113lbt( (t)- regulated electric' utility or nonregu- IT'S A PAST III II BITTER MIEN 789 SNIP IT '
Section: US ol PURPA to encourage the M..rongTo, *Client .,. tiled' electno' utility does not have *
following appropriate. under Section, ( lower rate as described subsectiona a Sines 1923dlMAAItrURNI1
master, metering ol elected.. ( )In' affect, 2 years after the date of ,
((1)) Conservation of energy supplied by the cata of new buildings 1 I.the enactment of This Act the State
electric ullh..... prohibited' or restricted lo the regulatory authority' having relemak' UR <
((2))) The Optimization ol the elllciency, of necessary to tarry out .the ,, Ing authority win" respect 10 such
use or facilities end resources by ol this, title elate regulated' electric utility or the
electric utilities' and ((3)) Section 1t3b( ) ((2>- .,. nonreguiated electric. utility e* Ih* I
(0)) Equitable rates to electric' consumers )lusiment Clauses -No.,.c,,, Case maybe.shell determine.alter an \ t
may'increase any rate ,. evidentiary' hearing whether *"cll. .. .. ,
The hearing, on September 3. 19SO will beheld automatic adiuitmeni clause role should' be implemented' by such
lot the purpose ol receiving' comment Such clause meets me ,. .. ,utility .---- .
on me above listed standards Hearing on of Section 115H( ) ccl| Prior Proceedings -Section 124 t
me other Section tllid' ) PUP-PA standards ((4)) Section, 13b( ) |3)- ,.,. Shalt not apply to the requirements ol w... opt Saturday ti 6:30 PM .
(cost ol' service declining block retes time Consumer -Each electric this section' f
ol.dey ,.,... seasonal rale. and interrupts snail transmit to each ol us Additional' mlormdion.'regarding. for your aflopp/rlq/ oonvsrYSltpeL' ,434 W. Cal 8t Stark* n*.. FINANCING : t tl'
lain rates) have been conducted end will consumer ,information' ,. hearing will' M supplied upon request.by AVAILABLE
be conducted by the Honda Public Service) rate schedules' in Keystone Olliee ol Clay Electric Cooper. je- M4-M28 .
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f r I' W Courtney Seeks Zoning

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Change for Duplexes"r: : 4 ::" :

The sensitive question of whether of U.s. 301..Approved. one nolle south. 'of Starke on the westside
pre-zoolng on the oasis of speculative: Edward Roberta' :request of Highway 100 south) from ,,
\ plana is "lumber" confronted the for rezonlng two acres W Open Rural to BP (business" ) to permit
r 1 Bradford County Zoning Board Tuesday miles northwest "'Lawtey from Exclusive operation of a photo studio In an
night when Jack Courtnay of 4 Ag to Open Rural to allow the existing building.
... : Keystone Heights asked permissionto placement of two residences on a two- Zoning Director L.M. Gaines told
,' : ., advertise for a public bearing on acre tract. A conventional borne Is the board that the new zoning ordinances
'I I\\ ,i\g"\ U his request to rezone 20 acres of property already on one acre and a mobile will be delivered to him next .
: h, FA on Highway 21 from RlA (low borne will be placed on the other acre. Tuesday and the board set a
aen Uyreslde.flaU to R-3 Granted Harry Cooney permissionto workshop meeting to review the ordinance .
= i (multi-family) apartments. advertise for public bearing on the following the regular
,. Courtney's property lies between proposed rexonlng of one half acre. meeting on August 26.A. .
Officers Installed Speedvllle Road((21-B) and the site of
the soon-to-be-bullt Keystone First

Beginning I new chapter the Bethune-Cookman Alumni Lennon. Vlce-Prealdent: Carolyn Spoooei1. .Financial United Methodist Church. In presenting -
AModatlon with the local Bradford Untoa organization,tile his request for a bearing Court-
Secretary; Cynthia Ross Financial Secretary Hardrlck
I ofHcera being Installed by national. alumni officals are Taylor Business Manager! Elisabeth Walker Chaplains nay said be hoped build duplexes on Cam. ,
;r.BOBered July Z3. ....R. Lkmurd Tynee. Director of Recruit and Brenda Moore. National Director of Alumni Assoetatoo. the property not to exceed 12 to the Go's of
t.pint. and Admissions; Beanie Hudson President Baelab acre, but that be would like to have
::.1 property rezoned before going to
the expense 01 preparing plats of the
I Bethune-CoolmanAlumniAssociationFormed proposed lan Courtnay said that GainesvilleWants
due to the cf the terrain lnvolv<.
ed there would be considerable
;Mi::: Issuing the challenge to do their encouraged: the gathered alumni to Also displayed was the football team in submitting plans and be

."best, Brenda Moore}, National! Director support their school: in its efforts toSupplementing tic which Conference plays In the Mid-Eastern Atlan- would like to be sure of theme 1.--. .:. . .. .. .- q : ,'
; of the Bethune-Cookman College expand. along with the basketball before proceeding.Chairman .
;;Alumnl: Association installed the officers i the presentation baseball, track, and women's Don Radon expressed
of the newly formed Bradford- was Llonurd Tynea, Director of basketball teams. some qualms concerning the mending
1 i,Union Bethune-Cookman College Recruitment and Admissions, with a Bennie Hudson President. Issuedan of property before seeing pb .a for its
?/Alulmnl Association at the Allen. slide presentation of the programsand open Invitation to all alumni of proposed use. "In case the owner To Buy Your
fr,Chapel Starke on July 23. facilities available at Bethune- Bethune-Cookman to Join the Alumni should change his mind for some
'. The newly appointed officers are Cookman. Citing the proud image of Association which is just beginning its reason the property would be rezoned -
{Clarence DeSue.Treasurer. ; BennIe the college Tynes emphasized the work here in Bradford. and Union and could: be sold for some other
Hudson.Presldent; Buelah Lennon thrust of academics: at the college. Counties. purpose"Rardon said. 1 1l
VIce-President; Cynthia Ross Recor-J Courtnay assured the board be Intended SILVERBring {
: .ding Secretary; Carolyn Spooner Conservation CommentsBy to go through with the projectand
'I"Financial Secratary; Hardrlck said there was a need for this typeof 4 ,
Taylor; Business Manager; Johnny housing In the area. )4;
:Thomas, Parliamentarian; and. : Bern Smith common In this area), add 1 ton of Courtnay was given permission to it to Room 112 1 "
Elizabeth Walker Chaplain. SOU Conservationist agricultural limestone per surface advertise for a bearing at the August
; Carolyn Spooner known in the community Fish Pond Management Water acre. Periodic retreatment will most 28 meeting of the board. :;- Inn "4
1 for her work IS the Alcohol ,Quality. Almost every pond will pro- likely be needed within 2 to 4 years. In other action Tuesday night the Holiday .,.,
.Programs Supervisor at the vide some fishing but more fish will Muddy water reduces fish produc- board:
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic set be produced if the pond is built and tlon.On newly constructed ponds.hay Approved recoiling request of
.the occasslon with a brief history of managed correctly. Good water may be used to start biological action Burdett Greene for a change: from l'
Bethune-Cookman College. Begun In quality Is essential for successful fish and help dear-up the water. Use tile Open Rural to MS to permit operation Sat Sun
;." 1923 with the Jacksonville Cookman production. Understanding the effect hay for mulching the critical areas.,* of a welding and repair shop,and sale 9A.M.-6P.M.. 10A.M.4P.M.SILVER
Institute of and the that temperature, oxygen pH and Scatter it along the pond's edge extending 01 used equipment on one acre four ;
baytona Normal and Industrial In- muddiness have on water quality Is it at least 3 feet into the miles south of Starke on the west side ;
,-flitute for Girls of Daytona Beach the important in managing your pond. water.' Lime often clears muddy COINS .
school has since grown' to a full- Soil Conservationist Bern Smith water. Apply agricultural lime at a _
l fledged four year liberal arts college. will appear on the Bobby Taylor rate of 1000 Ibs. per surface acre. Sgt. Michael G. Markham '
F Operated under the auspices of the County Agent radio program Another method is to broadcast 50 Ibs.' Marine Sgt. Michael G. Markham.
Board: of Education of the Methodist (WPXE) Friday night at 6 p.m. to of superphosphate and 100 Ibs. of cottonseed son of lie ibel A. Markham of P.O. pre 1964
Church, Bethune-Cookman Is the discuss waterquaUty. meal per surface acre. Box 28. Brooker has departed on a
'slater school of Florida Southern College Water temperature is related to the However do not use hay or cottonseed deployment to the Mediterranean. 10 tlmos Face Value .
; of Lakeland. depth of water in the pond.Ponds witha meal in hot weather an ox-' He Is a member of Marine Medium on Silver Dollar
Mrs.Moore the keynote speaker water depth of less than 4 feet may ygen deficiency may occur: as they' Helicopter Squadron (HMM-2M.
become too warm and the flshmay be decay. based at the New River Marine Corps 9 tltnos Face Value on Silver Coins
.. stressed because warm water will All water entering the pond must be Helicopter Air Station Jacksonville:
hold 1 less oxygen than cool water. of good quality. Erosion. and runoff
i .: Morgan Rd. Baptist, Acid waters (low pH) produce poor from surrounding land should not N.C.His squadron is an air element of 3 times Face Value on
Sets Bible School crops: of fish. topponod ..0 or lower Is enter the pond, and care should betaken the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit
usually lethal fish. Bass and when using insecticides: to pre- (MAU),the force-ln-readiness for the
Morgan Road Baptist Church of bream seldom spawn in waters with a vent accidentally poisoning the fish. U.S. 6Ui Fleet, on-call to project com- Kennedy Clad Halves
,Etarke will have Vacation Bible pH below 5.01 and growth is slow In The Soil Conservation Service bined airground forces ashore. '
t School beginning August 4 and con- the pH range between 5.0 and 6.5.The working through the local Conservation During the cruise, HMM-2M will be 1964-1970
tfinue through the 8th starting at 6:45: pH range for optimum fish production District, can help with pH participating In training exercises
:)I.m. It will end at 1:00 p.m. All ages is between 8.5 and 9.0. Excess aciditycan measurement and pond manage- with the nth Fleet and units of allied
I are Invited to attend. be corrected: by liming. U pond ment. Contact may be made at nations. a.. at ". r. ..... ," '" ...,

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ASSETS Mil. 'nIou.
1. Cash and due from depository Institutions, 1
BRADFORDCOUITY .2. US. Treasury aecurltlea . J.e$ ._ 2
K 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government Jfi7_ S
Or. 4. Obligation of States and political' 771 4
5. All other securities 133 5
B. Federal funds sold and securities .. none 8
7.'.. Loana. Total (excluding unearned ) 7a
b. Leas: allowance for possible loan 10... : TbTo
.. Loans. Net .
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8. lease financing receivables none 8
9. Bank premises furniture and fixtures and .- 329 g
J.R. "Jim" LawsOnIn 10. Real estate owned other than bank .22. 10
11. All other aaaela 45"_
12 TOTAL ASSETS (sum of Hems 1 thru 11)) 137 12

1978 You The Voters Of This County- Elected 13. Demand deposits of Individuals parlnerahlpa. and corporations .. . .. . 1ST <3
14. Time and savings deports of Individuals, partnerships and Corporations) t, 'I. - 992 14
JIM 15. Deposits of United States Government . '.' .' i'I,. 23 IS1B
LAWSON To Serve Out The Remainder Of An 15. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 'In the United States .' .J' 519

17. All other deposits . '>. . none 17
Unexpired Term.: This I Have Done With Dignity And Honor. IS. Certified and offlc.,.' checks . . .' .- 102.Z1 18
19. Total Deposits (sum of Items 13 thru 18)) . . . 779MH 111
a. Total demand deposits . . . . tI.b. .
/ Humbly Ask You forA Chance To Serve Total time and savings deposits . . . 161 787 i H 196'
20. federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreemente to repurchase - 500 20
21. Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) Issued to the U S Treasury and
For A PULL, TERM Of Off ice. other liabilities for borrowed money . ..I' 21
c: 22. Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capilailied .leases - - 22
I've learned much 23. All other liabilities . 'I 602
so in the last 22 months
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) (sum of Items9 thru 23)). ..,2/ ; 1181 123,
tv That will I be of great value in the future both to 95 EQUITY Subordinated CAPITAL notes and debentures . . . . 25

children and mine. I have a child going to' 28. Preferred Block a No aharea outstanding, one 'par v.'uei' ) Ie
your 27. Common Stock a. No. shares authorized I ,000 -",. _
kindergarten and one going into high school., b. No. stares outstanding g :00 ,par v.lue) : 300 27

38. Surplus . . . .. 1. 500' .21
So where are interests? 29. Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies, and ether capital reserve .. ..E 436 21
my 30. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of Items 28 thru 29)) .i 2 ,,251 .130!
'31. TOTAL LIABILITIES' AND EQUITY CAPITAL Ham of Items 24. 25 and 30) 7 137 31,

know there's 1. Amounts outstanding aa of report date
an old saying "If You Don't Make a. Standby letters of credit total' 2 la'

Waves Every Now And Then In What You Do Then You'Aren't b. Time certificates of deposit In denominations of S100000 or more, ... .. lb
e. Other time deposits In amounts ol StOOOOO or more fondle
Doing Anything."[And.I'm Sure that's the reason' 2. Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar' month) ending' with report data ; n'
e Total' deposits (corresponds to item 19 above) 24 .612 2aaiONAtupe.
I have an opponent in this Election Because I'm a doer'' anTE fire Aden ann!HI...and. W....._.... .Rse'IU .04 .nm'N' .E.no'' .mi n..'. to." ......... et"er t'.an' M..a.ealt ..,'... t"e _" i
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and a board member .who stands by his convictions. Of' OfVICtRIS AUTHORIZED' TO SIGN' REPORT ARIA CODE TELiPMONI NO. OAT' I'ONIO'' .

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,iCenditien (C.ie'ud t' "JIM"I ,bean..emmed by us and te t '.best el eu t-oWeOge,a-d ..'.. >i a. en '
.. Roth S. Johnet Vice fyesident '& Cashier '0....._ in cenonnnee ..'** ***. fstruet'O"" -.s and '. ***je and correct .

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.. .' .. .".... ..., . .. ," ' :: : Annual CarnivalBradford
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t ::. ... P'111. ... .. .. "." .. ... ," "" '- ". ,,, ,,,. "'P,'. .. ..'\ Taylor County will Judge extension the'a.ent'Bobby fiog- and issue an of entry The Telegraph.form in printed in this

jumping contest which will be one of Other events offered in age divisions
many event highlighting the First will Include a raw egg toss,sack
Annual Bradford County Hospital r"ce.and, icecream
Continuing Effort Needed Employees Community Carnival, Itwas race slow
announced yesterday by the eating contestThe '
hospital staff. carnival will start with a
A lack of leadership and interest more they will want to followits -to condemn buildings that area parade from downtown Starke, and
I, on the part of "City example by keeping their health and safety hazard., Set for Saturday Fairgrounds Aug.; 23 at the activities are set to begin at the

Fathers" and the need for own property in good shape. Many cities are successfully 301 Bradford North County, the carnival will on U.S.all!, O .S. fairgrounds at 10 a.m.

adequate ordinances dealing When grass and weeds are operating under such or- feature a greased pig contest aiur'a Gospel music will be offered during

with the maintenance of va- allowed to grow on city streets dinances, pet dog show. the day and into the evening.: .

cant property and the and sidewalks, it indicates and other
churches organizations -
Other brain-storming ideas "All ages are welcome Jo participate Area
condemnation unsafe that the "city fathers" do not In the
'In frog-jumping} contest, will share activities
brought out at the .
residential and commercial take personal pride in the city me.g and toads will be tolerated," says ;

buildings are factors contri- they are helping to govern. were: Mrs. Sandra nt-Johnson, .. A special anack drink bar for and youngsters hot dog
odd will offer a
buting to the unkempt appearance Children won t have this pride hospital anesthetist carnival co- Hospitalemployees
Secure for
a large number of combination a quarter
unless their have it chairman. Contenders who plan to under will vie for two
of Starke. parents Ages 10 will sell hamburgers and
-gallon .
drums cut them in start training with their
amphibians -
and the parents won't take small pigs while 11 to 15 year old soft drinks during the day. and a
This the conclusion half, drill a hole in the bottom are advised to have a watersource heavier
was pride in their surroundings will compete for a nog. barbecue chicken dinner for $2.50 a
in the pen at all times.It Is also
reached by a group of twenty unless the city sets the exam- and place them at noted that frogs thrive on a diet of Trophies will be awarded to winners 'plate. will be offered from 6 to 7:30
conscious In- playgrounds, athletic fields, A television set will be given
clean-up grasshoppen. of the dog show which is open to pm.
ple. Sad to this is
not the
dividuals meeting for a lun- say the city park, and other public any breed of dog, for away to some lucky person buying a
cheon discussion last Thurs-' case in Starke. places for the collection of The greased pig contest will be animals I under.one yeah and those dinner ticket. .
divided two classes,with winners
day to plan methods of attack-: New ordinances should be trash. taking their catch home with them. .Richie.over one BCH year -old.medical Mrs: Margaret records Prizes and awards for the many

ing one of Starke's most enacted to empower the city ,Involve more youth games and contests have been
perplexing problems-how to to give notice to owners of va- donated by area merchants. No entry
organizations in the drive and
fees are planned for the games, and
keep the city clean.Emphasized cant property that unless they seek the cooperation of church DOG SHOW ENTRY BLANK money raised through the sale of food

in the discuSsion keep it mowed, the city will do groups and the National Name______ Ago- will be used for the Bradford County
the job and bill them for it. Guard. Rescue Service which Is,based at the
were the following opi- Unless the bill is paid, the cost Address_,_City_ ate hospital. '
: becomes a lien against the These are just a few of the Dog's name Age 'Ie RID. Further information about the carnival
No matter how successfulthe property. Another ordinanceis excellent ideas brought out at PuppyRegistration may be obtained by calling

clean-up drive turns out to needed to empower the city the meeting. But now comes should be returned: to hospital by Aug. 20, 1MO. Snapshot 9644000.:

be, results will be only temporary the real test-the bottom line should accompany entry.I

unless youngsters as Laurels to of following through and see-
well as oldsters, are naughtthe ing that these ideas and others

benefits of placing their -Members of Boy Scout Troop are put into practice. Toward Proud of Your e Puppy?

bottles, cans, and other trashin 70, under Scoutmaster David this end, it was decided to
containers instead of tossing Committee
organize a Citywide -
for their effortsin
them out Montgomery A fun Dog Show will be held as part of the Bradford.County Hospital
public or
weeding, hoeing, and mow- composed of representatives Employees Community Carnival, August 23. The above entry blank Mr. Editor;.
private property. It was sug- ing the triangular median at of the several school should be returned to the hospital,822 E.Call St.,by August 20.along with .

gested that the school system the curve on Highway 100 near groups civic clubs, and youth snapshot of dog.Judging will be by Margaret Richie and a veterinary stu For the first time, one of your
could be instrumental in in- the city power plant. organizations represented at dent from the University of Florida vet school. Pets will be judged on appearance editorials has stirred me to the degree
stilling community pride in last Thursday's meeting. friendliness, and obedience. that I feel impelled to make a

students while they are still in from JASP Owners will be asked to keep their dogs on leash, and no female dogs response. I refer to the one you entitled -
the habit-forming stage. -Young people Service Keeping a town or city cleanis "in season",should be entered. "Same Old Refrain." I just must
(Juvenile Alternate inquire whether you expect Carter's
'Leadership in maintaininga Program) and Tom Sawyer a continuing project-not "a Library.Additional entry. blanks may be picked up at the Bradford County writers to prepare a better speech for

clean and: beautiful city House who gave the city parkon :ane-time The cost is"flash great in in the time pan.and him. I doubt that they will be,able to.

should be provided by the Church Street its first .
effort, but the results are I thought Ronald Reagan's acceptance -
municipal government. The thorough cleaning in many far County speech was very good. In it I
gratifying beyond
more that people see the city restoring it to its any Agents saw a ray of hope. Especially was I
former sacrifice that is made. b. I
doing toward this end the beauty. Hobby Tailor heartened by his admission that he
Notebook Phone: vMN-61! feels a deep need for divine concern .i
and guIdance:'I have for some"time

I Where Have You Been, Billy Boy? unless been thoroughly patient this nation and worth convinced loving saving God that considers and-

This is an In-between time for August and September.. Beginning will Intervene in His own way to
gardeners and vegetable growers. last October 1,our lab began charging change our course,the downfall of the
This is no.,defense of boorish behaviour, of Billy in Most spring vegetable harvest is over for this soil testing service. A regular United States is near. I cannot im-

bumptious, bucolic Billy / capitalizing on his reUtioi- except for some scattered okra,.eg- Jest for pH and the major plant. food agine..that human.intelligence, alone 'I
Carter, whose actions'during ship with the president.>> The gplant and southern'.' ., peas.. ...., nutrients is$3, per sample! : ". ', "' and) unaided. jean flnd.al".yItK; '
'----i.1*?' tricate us from the pitiable.situation [
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the been charges of political favoritismand
past offensive This is a good time to look back at In addition to thecharjIe { ;there'are .in which we find outsetves.
obnoxious and in- obstruction of justice that
your production program to see if you other changes in the procedure.'
excusable. As far as we are mark the Billy Carter snafuj were successful with your plans and Farmers and gardeners have to mail My opinion is that very few Brad'
concerned, Billy could move are more serious than many could Did you have problems that or deliver their samples directly to ford County voters have been influenced \
in with the Libyans and their i previous family foulups and have been avoided if you bad the laboratory for analysis. The to change their presidential
done something a little different? preference because of your efforts to:
report is sent back to-us for information \
loss would be our gain. have surfaced at a time when and recommendations to the belittle Ronald Reagan. I would not

President Carter was alreadylagging : For example,"did you have unusual grower presume to assume your thought pro
Our only purpose in in the polls. Insect disease, nematode or nutrient cesses, but what you had to say sounded -
repoducing these excerpts problems? If eo, you need to make I, personally don't like the chargefor to me as if it were motivated by the

from a column by New York With just two weeks re- plans now to correct this before your the soil analysis. However, the desperation that Carter supportersmust -
fall planting or next spring garden. be experiencing now.
main reason for the charge Is for im-
Times writer Judith Miller is before the
maining You need
might to apply an insecticide provement in equipment and com-
to refresh our memories that Democratic Convention, and or nematicide to the soil prior to puterization that will improve our I am not a registered Republican
other presidents, besides Jim- Senator Kennedy waiting in planting, or you may need a soil service and shorten the time period vote in the Democratic primaries
my Carter, have suffered em- the wings with his "rule orruin" fumigant like Vapam to help control needed for the analysis. \ *. because I consider it my privilege and
nematodes, some insects and weeds. my duty to do what I can in helping to
barrassment and discomfort strategy to snatch the
choose the best available to
Even with the charge for the soil persons
through the actions of nomination from the Presi- The best way to start correcting a' analysis, I'll continue to tell folks thata fill state and local offices I wish the
members of their family or dent, Billy's bomb could hard- nutrient problem is to have your soil soil sample will pay dividends. Democratic.Party had a candidatefor
close relatives. To wit: ly have come at a more inopportune tested well in advance of planting.The its highest office in whom I could
time. soil report will tell us the pH (soil We should not be over fertilizing have confidence, but I love this coun-
Richard Nixon's brother acidity or alkalinity level) and the any crop with today's prices of fer- try too much to be willing for it to continue -
levels of the major nutrients of tilizer and energy. Money spent for a under the so-called
Donald, became a pohcital ... Many see the Kennedy- phosphorous, potash, calcium and liming material if needed is a savingsin "leadership" that it has endured the
liability to the then presidentin c: Carter feud as the great white magnesium. reality. The soil sample' and past four years. In fact I fear that it
1960 after it was disclosedthat "' : : "; hope of the Republican Partyto analysis is the best way we have to couldn't survive another four.
a- : j Good or adequate levels of pH and know what the lime and fertilizer
the eccentric billionaire land their in the White
man these nutrients essential for Thank you. Mr. Editor for allowing
are good needs may be for any particular .
recluse, Howard Hughes, lent Christian- Science- Monitor "'- House. Some have termed growth of all vegetables and other on a.specific field. crop me to "speak my piece."
him $205,000 in a vain attemptto Kennedy as "Ronald plants that we grow. Jessie RoddyP.O.

rescue his chain of fast food Reagan best helper," and Don't forget to get your soil tested .Box 1042
restaurants from bankruptcy. Mrs. Abraham Line 'n there w a growing suspicion in Speaking of soil testing. I would before October 1. Call or come by for StarkeTh'e
urge all crop and pasture producersto kits and other soil informa-
That disclosure ) con- was widely regarded as a Democratic that the testing
probably quarters take a sample of,their fields during tion. ( Telegraph. respects and
tributed to Nixon's 1960 spendthrift whose lavish ex Senator is waging a personal welcomes all opinions political and

presidential defeat. travagances were of constant vendetta against Carter-not otherwise. Our columns are open to

concern to the press as well asher just the "shining knight" letters expressing such opinions att
Children in the White husband. Mrs. Woodrow crusade for his Drand ot long as (hey are signed do not exceed
a reasonable
House have also frequently Wilson was accused of ruiui- liberalism which the senator ,. dictlve or libeIOl length II.1 and are not vliK.,,;;

caused family discomfort, ing the nation during her hus- professes) it to be. Even some BRADFORD COUNTY by Mark Fries f

though not usually serious band's illness; and Eleanor of the senator's pplicital sup- KLOPA Board-Members

trouble. Teddy Roosevelt's Roosevelt, though loved by porters admit he is becominga To Meet Saturday. '

daughter Alice.-later the many, was also accused of spoiler, and that if he per-
socialite, Mrs. Nicholas meddling in government. sists on his present course he commercial 72 percent of all benefit to the small landowner. Board members of KLOPA. the

Longworth--was roundly may have to live a long time owned by private forest landowners.land in Florida is In order that the public be made financing corporation. of the Kingsley
manyof Lake Civic
1 criticized in her day for smok- President Lyndon B. with the blame and relative Center will meet at 10
for possibly whom have only a small amount of aware of the availability a.m. Saturday, August 2. President
ing in public and frequenting Johnson was constantly em- electing Ronald Reagan as timber on their properties. This 'low cost of 'these portable mills,-a Erd Wilson urges all members to attend '
,; the race track. harassed by headlines concerning President. Umber is often not harveslable under ,series of public demonstrations was this important meeting in the

I the drinking and gambl- be present in fence economic conditions.sites cleared It may for scheduled. At the first two civic: center. .:{|

\ FDR's children also provided ing habits of his brother, and Thanks to the efforts of houses roadways rows etc. Whatever the demonstrations near Tallahassee andBaker r '

an unending stream of President John F. Kennedywas the blundering Billy and the case, much usable timber is lost each Florida. approximately. 250 people Sen. Chiles' Assistant ml --
speeding tickets, traffic accidents irritated by the charges capricious Kennedy, the for- year. clear turned that they out. were Forester not promoting madeIt' Will Be'llere Today "fa:

divorces, and public that his father. Joseph, the thcoming Democratic conven- The Florida Department of one manufacturer over' another but Dean Fenn. North Florida District:
i ruckesses in general. More millionare ambassador and liquor tion promises to be exciting, Agriculture and Consumer Services, rather the idea that these portable assistant to U.S., Senator Lawton
1 q serious was James importer, had and perhaps even tumultuous. Division of Forestry, became interested sawmills cduld: allow the small landowner Chiles will meet with Starke area
Roosevelt's admission duringthe "purchased" the presidency The in using this timber along to use his own timber to construct -\ constituents from 2 to 3 p.m. today
possible with dead cull and other wood which fences, barns and othernecessities (Thurdayi Iin the County Commission
that he for his
Depression .
years son.But beneficiaries of such divi- which until have of
op until now hat been wasted. But up now 'room. .the Bradford County courtljnW -
had been paid $15,000 a year sionary tactics will be the what were the best ways to harvest been made with wood provided by.., ,
by an insurance firm "for the these happenings of Republican Party and its this wood?The answer came quite accidentally outside sources.
use of his name." the pas' in n vay e.x use the leader Ronald while working on, the The.public Is invited to meet with
Reagan. Fenn
11 to discuss
Blackwater River State Forest. Because of the overwhelming any problems
response to the portable null the" relating to the Federal government"
On the State Forest there are approximately Division decided to purchase three or to express views'on legislation. currently
1 nulls. These, along with the one before Congress.
93 bridges to maintain more ,
1//. '
E eRin rd (, Ca and their upkeep has been quite cost now in use, will be available for.-The'Division the __' __..4....". .._....
1879 ly. There are many lightning struck public to lease-inthe near future
iEiii and-insect killed trees each year will transport the sawmill to d.tJo
N'ana IrS pqI which if harvested could be used to landowners' property and provide {
N MoirO repair and construct bridges and thus personnel to help run It. The landowner .If 'i '
\ i o to save a good deal of money. Division will be responsible for providing .
I personnel' found that a small easily additional workers and will -
r.OBG.FERGU50N-JOHNM.MILLER transportable sawmill could be purchased pay a small fee which will help to off Z
Publishers without a huge cash: outlay set the cost of transporting and. running '

Fi.>MI>ll..l.>cllTtl..n4 .... _... e.second class matter.l hi .oft O..;u.o.Stork, '1..under Act ol March). 117 and that the sawmill was perfect for the mill.
i Uiejob.. 'Division hell
So far the bad
Io1C..1e veto in lroo>.,*.:69 f.' Voori SS Sic MonlhtOvtlM They then reasoned that it thesawmill numerous requests for the null and is
.*.red.area:SIO'.,VoorSI: .50 Six Months was the answer to their problem happy that this service will soon beavailable Researcher tolerance for
IMn.9f.... Ske. Florida uy
it was likely to be of equal t to the public. alcohol decreases with 09*.

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Miss Cindy Edwards : .
Honored At

Bridal Miss Cindy Shower Edwards, bride-elect: fJlw /

Wednesday.was honored July at :SO a, bridal given by shower Mrs. .fYociaI flJide & ;

Mrs. Louise Harden
Mrs PIN= Jockel, Mrs. B.C.. I
h Holtcendorf JrU Mrs. M.R. Sanders, C;'ladyl, ieloas, 7L1/
Mrs. es, Mrs. William ,
George and Mrs. John W. Griffin at $el.t+ carxssy J
g 'bY' V"e
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the home of the latter on Bessent V .

Road. 9641-760-. I
arrival were
Upon rose corsages
-Aow presented to Miss Edwards her r
moths, Mrs. William Edwards and ..... - - - - - -
grandmother, Mrs. Lila CaldwelLAn

varied attractive colored roses arrangement centered the of Sherry Ann Cowart Don Hardenbrooks Have.Family DinnerMr.

refreshment table where Mrs. Lila David VargasEngagement "
Rae Yawn aunt of the brIde-eIectl Told and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook by an arrangement of pink and white
served punch and Mrs. Hems MI'VtIQake. held a family dinner Sunday In the flowers.Attending.
Methodist Fellowship Hail following were Mrs.Nelson Green
Edwards and Miss great grandmother of Cara Kaye,
Miss Susan the christening of their granddaughter
MM. Orene
Diane Yawn assisted at toe gift Cowart of ri. ,. Cars Kaye Hardenbrook. Rev. Warren, Langer and daughter
tables. Starke daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allison Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harden
Mrs.Holtzendorf Invited the guests announces Hardenbrook. brook and son, Tommy Mrs. Helen
to the family room after Ming theengagement of The christening was held during the Henley and daughter Tammy, Mr.
greeted by Edwards,her mother Sunday morning service. and Mrs. Harry Green and family
her daughter Mr. and Mrs. DeRitcb Green ..Ddwltb
and grandmother.Mrs. The lout dining table was covered
Paterson, Mrs. Mrs. Sherry Ann, to a golden linen cloth and held daughters, Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Bak-
Holtzendorf, Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. David Vargas and several arrangements of;yellow, gold ken Mr. and Mrs. Gary Batten and
of Mr. .
I George served as floor hostesses. oo aft and green flowers. daughter,Mrs.Sam Bassett, Mr.and
MM. BrunoVargas
I Approximately 100 guests were Invited of The dessert table was centered with Mrs. John Schmidt and son, Miss
to attend. Cal. ,, a special cake for the baby decorated Angela Boyette and Miss Susan
I II Fresno A '' Aril In pink and white and....) balanced Faulkner.

I II I wedding per.Cowart


I r Kris Frledlln Friday NightAltyon
I Honored at
Valerie PabatLuncheon
Kitchen Shower
Miss Kris Friedlin,whose marriageto
Greg Alvarez will be an event of Miss Valerie Pabrt August 9 bride-
August 2, was honored at a country elect, was complimented at a luncheon -
kitchen shower Tuesday, July 22, at Saturday In the Pecan Room of
Mr.Md Mr*. Whittle the home of Mrs. Harold Colston on the Garden Restaurant given by Mrs.
I lUprmMad Pinebreeze Street. W.B.Mundy,Mrs.Guy Sale,Mrs.Ed-
Hostesses for the evening were win Williams Mrs. C.G. Hill. Mrs.
I Pam Underhill and Raymond Whittle Mrs. Gladys Powell, Mrs. John J.H. DuPre, WmPalmer Williamsand

Bradley, Mrs. David Griffin, Mrs. Mrs.J.D.Seymour.The .
I July 18 at Morgan Road Baptist Church Wilbur Waters Mrs. Harry Hatcher head table of the T-shaped dining -
HI and Mrs. Harold Colston. tables was centered with a sunburst -
A with 'Mrs. arrangement of mixed roses
was played
Pamela Ann Underbill, daughter of sister.matron of honor. She wore a Lowell Parrish winning the prize.Tbegueata and down the length of the long table .
II Mr. ADd Mrs. Richard A.Underhill of ,three tiered floor length gown of also wrote a "A Love Story" was a garland of leather leaf fern Interspersed -
Starke and Ernest: Raymond WhittlelOll yellow qiana with split butterflysleeves for Kris and Greg.Refreshments with rosebuds. At. each
of Mr. and Mrs. Levi D.Whittle Gi accented with string ties at .were served on thepatio place! setting were miniature baskets
I Starke were united In marriage Fri- the shoulder and waist. in the back yard. Candles, potted filled with colored mints.Bridal place fay,
day, July 18, at 7:30 p.m. at Morgan Attired in identical dress of pink, plants and baskets were used at cards marked the seating arrangement -
Road Baptist Church in Starke. green and blue,the bridesmaids were points of interest. The center table for the guests. -
Rev.James T.Fairish, minister at Mrs.Peggy Crews aa Lisa Reddish was covered with a red cloth and During the luncheon Mrs. Marion
.Morgan Road performed the and 14n.! /Monta Carter. Miss Kelly centered with a watermelon basket Harrington read a recipe on"How To
Crane served.flower girl She worea "
Preserve a Husband.
o ceremony. filled with fruit. Cokes were served
Centering the alter was a large arched floor length pink qlana gown to from a wash tub filled with Ice. Other The guests included: Mrs. Maxie .
"t candelabra with burning tapers match the other attendants. tables were covered with red checked Carter Jr.,mother of the prospectivegroom : '
flanked by large baskets of spring David Carter served as best man cloths. Refreshments served were in Mrs. Marion Harrington of Snow Crab
1 :flowers, spiral candelabra and palms Ushers were Benny Carter Dickie the country picnic theme. Ormond Beach, slater of the bride- j Served With
to compliment the bride's chosen color -, Derkman Ebenole.Patrick Pattillo and Each guest presented Kris with her' elect, and ann otbera, Mrs. Maxie $ 99 'i Potato
scheme. William favorite recipe along with a useful Carter, Sr. and Mrs. Blake Jackson. Cluster-
I Mrs. Charolette1' Durrance. Directing the wedding was Mrs. item for her kitchen. The hostesses' All,including the honoree,were given And Cole Slaw Salad
.organist and Mrs. Kathy Green, Sylvia Reddish. gift was a Reverware tea kettle. rosebud corsages. (Uk*King Crab) 11119 Plus Tax *'
:soloist presented a program of nuptial A reception'was held in the Among the 26 attending were Kris' The hostesses also presented the Coffee or TeaGARDEN
'music. Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs. mother Mrs. B.C. Friedlin. her honoree with the sugar bowl to her
Given in marriage by her father Glenda Ebersole. cousin of the grandmother Mrs. S.E. Lorimier of chosen china pattern as a memento of AlsoSOON\
the bride wore a taffeta linen organza groom from Richmond Va. kept thebride's Jacksonville, Greg's mother, Mrs. the occasion. Cooktalts.
gown accented with lace and seed book. Harold Alvarez and his grandmother, .
\ pearls. It bad long illusion sleeves The bride's table was covered with Mrs. Verda Johns. ,
'with lace cuffs,sweetheart neck with a white lace Army-Navy cloth and
Venice lace Inset and seed centered with a three tiered wedding Mr. and Mrs. Al Carlisle returned
She carried a long pearl cake decorated with .last Friday after three weeks vaca- RESTAURANT'
silk orchids and small pink yellow and topped with double=bells. tion.They attended a square dance at ,*lr;*. tsi
I yi and blue-_.budsaccentedwithbaby's ,Serving: F4a ,. ;,Miss Gayle'Shuford.' .... Rainbow Lodge in Brevard. N.C:and 0-" # P U.S7 30-tR.? 'O64 7aSa t ,?&* aAffw .9hLt:)
i i breath and whit1-'' lace Gaskins and 'Unc. lirarcia-'paWllo. Showe Honorees 'were camping hi the Smokeys.. Tennessee -
sister of the 1 and North Carolina.. "'-:-..: .. .1s -
\ itnainura.'/< ;1 -/J."' "tesnj rCoCruce 1.4 'jj try l.7 WfiW J
Mrs. Pat Blankenship attended heir Mr*. Beth and 'Miss Tina A linen-lingerie bo1Aret honoring'MIu .
l' ,t Chasteen served punch to the guests Gayle Shuford was given July 17
) from two crystal punch bowls. by Mrs.Joe E.Shuford and Mrs.Kenneth -
Miss Cindy Edwards saluting at the reception were Mrs W.Shuford at the. home of the latter FAil
Margie Lamb Mrs.Sylvia Underbill. In Lawtey. 9ll
Honored atBridesmaids .Mrs.. Yvonne Brown, Mrs.i Wanda Games were!played after which the
\ Luncheon Ebenole. Mrs. Martha MInx Mrs. bride-to-be opened her wedding! gifts.
Kay Carter Mrs.' Barbara Reddish, The refreshment table was covered am
t Miss Cindy Edwards, August I Mrs Ma aret. Williams Mrs. with a lace cloth over pink lining.An REGISTRATION
t bride-elect: was complimented at abridesmaid's Margaret Hardee, Mrs. Ann iVhlfren arrangement of summer flowers
luncheon Saturday and Mrs. Blonnle Derkman. centered the table.
given by Mrs. David Montgomery and Following a wedding trip to The hostesses presented the
daughter Miss Janet Montgomery at Daytona Beach the couple la residing honoree with a white peignoir set as a
their home Powell Street.
The 10 guests on were seated at a large 'at Starke the, Pine Forest apartments in wedding gift. ,,..'". ,("If' ., SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
oval table centered by an arrange- \ "
ment of apricot colored silk flowers. .:: "STARI CENTER"
Place cards decorated with .silk DR. JAMES K..HESTER f; Bradford High School.
flowers marked the
seating arrange Optometrist ,,,, N. Temple Avenue .
ment.A \.t. '. ',a.
high point in the living room was ;In leaving to pursue further specialized training In eye can, .. : ;/ ,, :. \ .,,:<\" ': '''' '' ..... Office Hour .
a potted yellow mum plant !I.pleased to announce that. ,'. ,t \,,, \. } ,.I .
The hostesses presented the STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESwill .'.;./. -.. ,,,1<' ,, .'".1' Monday Friday8:00a.m.4:00p.m. ..' ..:. 1''! : : : ,
honoree with a corsage of silk yellow mum Ml.general practice of optometry cffcctlva July 21. 1980. '" : ,I, ;'1, '
daisies and a set of eight quilted placemats ; :;,,; ". '.; ..
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Dr. Kyle D.Allahlre \ .t .' tr 4"": ,..,
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aa a memento of the occasion. Dr. James D. ChamberlainDr. i "" (>> : .., '''' .', .,' .. ., I '-j"."
Among those attending were Mrs. nr t ', I'"
W.H. Edwards and Mrs. Lila Leonard Schlofman FALL TERM 1980 '

Caldwell.mother and grandmother of ...0.W.HUdlan It.OptOmatrlstS. ...-.Standing SouUmnJiStaifc .
the honoree. .. .
Fla..MB l MhUhbunj.Fla.MMaForHavinglhePrivifegeAnd
tcW sit-tltns 1H4\2\ M052I August 5 REGISTRATION 8:00
( ) a.m.-1oo p.m. & 6:00 p.m:8:00: p.m.
Wednesday, August 27
REGISTRATION -8:00a.m.-1:00p.m.: :
Cathy Schoenlng Thursday August 28'
Scott Hicks. Jr. REGISTRATION BOO: a.m.;=1:00: p.m. & 6:00 p.m:8:00: p.m.
Friday, August 29
To Wed July 31 REGISTRATION 8:00: a.m.-1:00 p.m:
Tuesday, September 2
REGISTRATION 8:00: a.m.-1:00: p.m. & 6:00 8:00:
Catherine Ann Schoenlng: and Earl : p.m.
Wednesday September 3
Scott Hicks Jr.will be united in marriage REGISTRATION 8:00 a.m.-1:00: p.m. & 6:00 p.m:8:00: p.m.
Thursday July 31, at 6 p.m. at ,FALL TERM CLASSES BEGIN
St. Edward's Catholic Church with a
Monday, September 8
reception' following in the church: SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT Last day to Add classes FEES

Fellowship Hall. DUE TODAY 8:00: a.m.-1oo p.m. & 6:00: p.m:8:00 p.m.
All friends and relatives are Invited
September 16'
to attend. Last day to Drop classes and receive a refund
: Friday, October 24 NO CLASSES

Wanda Gayle Shuford Wednesday. November 26 NO NIGHT CLASSES

Perry Dean Nicola Thursday, November 27 THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY (NO CLASSES)'

To Wed August 1 lAM GratefIIi )
Wanda Gayle Shuford and Perry Wednesday, December 3 Last day to Drop classes with no record

Dean Nlcula will be united in marriage Wednesday December 17 CLASSES-END
Friday. p.m.at
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Northside< with a ,
ME at \
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friends Invitedto Honor Of Serving You:As Clerk
attend. '

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Wedding Couple Did You Know........

Honored July 17 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colaton and
Miss Sandra Darley and Earale zhlldren. Hal and Connie were in St.
Cauley,whose wedding was an event Petersburg Saturday and Sunday
of July 25, were honored at a celebrating the .Colston's 21st wedding
miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. anniversary. While there they
Gloria Sapop, Mrs. Jerry B. Redding visited with Mr. and Mr*. Michael
and Mrs. H.W. Bennett, at the home Jett and brought aoo.Curt home who
of the latter on Thursday, July 17. bad been visiting them.
Approximately 90 guests helped the
coo a Mr. and Mrs: WIlbur Water and
The hostesses'gave the children. Deanna and Matt were
I laundry basket: fUIed with various vacationing at Disney World Friday
household items as a memento of the through Sunday.Angela .
4 s.1tobla Jeff and Chip Welch of

Mrs. Gerald Moran Savannah, Ga. spent several weeks
w.V with their grandparents,Dr.and Mrs.
Celebrates BirthdayGerald O.L. Haynes. Jr. Mrs. Haynes took
Moran, Jr., a graduate of ( Elder the children home last week and ....
urinary Institute, Hyde Park, N.Y. ReaCUoMf* manned for several days with her

ind now a student at Florida State Robin Elder and Ron Gilmore To Wed Aug. 9.. famUy.daughter, Mrs. Marcia Welch and.
/Diversity, majoring In Hotel and
lestaurant management put his expertise
Mt r. k attended Mrs. H.L. Hutson and sister, Mrs.
u. to good use Sunday night by -High ScbooTand Florida
) birthday dinner I College. He la also currently Veruell Greer of Jacksonville spent
For his mothers,M.s. Gerald Moran, at the Bradford County Saturday in Clearwater visiting.

Jr.Jerry's brother Steven, also a student Thssng .la planned for Satur relatives.Mr. ft Mrs. M.L. Johns and son

at FSU. assisted in serving the August Ir.at! 4 Lurch at the Paul, drove up to Mikado, MI. to attend
buffet dinner at their home en l.akeuaptiat with a the wedding of their son, Jim, on
Kingsley Lake. II'x following on the church June 27.After.
The focal point on the table..the laNo. the wedding, they traveled
centerpiece of flowers. Bird of Invitation are being Issued but across Canada to see Niagara Falls,
Paradise and foliage all made and friends and relative are cordially and the scenery along the way as they
fashioned with
vegetables. to attend. .drove on to Minor Hill TN.to visit Mr.
Included friends from
The 42 guests Johns' sister. i
Jacksonville Orange Park and -
Starke. III


Mr.and Mrs.James E.Johns BIRTHS = W. ODOM[

Rita Am Norman
Yvonne Richmond and James E. Johns
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Norman of SCHOOL BOARD

Married June 27 in MichiganYvonne Starke announce the birth of a
daughter born July 15 in Alachua DISTRICT
General Hospital.Paternal .
K. Richmond, daughter of groom), with Andy Jamieson as ring grandparents are Mr. and
Rev. and Mrs. Larry Richmond of Bearer. Seating the guests were Doug Mrs. Eugene Norman of Kingsley DEMOCRAT _
Mikado. Mich., and James E. Johns. Witkovsky. Hogert Jamieeon, Dan Lake. Maternal grandparents are the
son of Mr. & Mrs. M.L. Johns, Jr. of DeHaan and Sam Marslen. late Mrs. Lillian Thomas of Starke
Rt. 1. Lake Butler, were united in About two hundred guests attended and Robert A. Green Lake City. .

Church marriage, Mikado June 27, Mich., in Mikado Baptist (the wedding and reception,held in the Amy Christian Greene The School Board, Superintendent, Administrators.

Organist for the ceremony was church basement the immediately Bryan and Donna Greene announce Teachers. and Parents must work together to guarantee the
Mrs. Gerda Godt of Barton City. She following ceremony. the birth of a daughter, Amy \
Immediately] following the reception best quality education our children.
accompanied vocalist Ruth Eversoleof Christina on July 21. ,
Toledo, Ohio, and Al Allam and the couple left for a week's stayat Paternal grandparents are Mr. and i
daughter Jean of Sterling Heights, a lakeside cottage in Oscoda Mrs. Joe Lamb of Starke. Paternal
The bride is a graduate
who sang a duet. I grandparents! are Mr.and lira.Ralph
Yvonne, given in marriage by her High School, MI and received a One. Greene 01 Gulf Hammock. Amy Joins
Certificate from the
Year Bible : Baptist
father, wore a long sleeved gown of a brother.Jason Matthew, age 4.
lace over nylon, styled with chapel Bible College of Clarks Summit, EDUCATION IS ESSENTIAL !(!IIr !Ini

train and completed by a finger tip PA.The from Brad- Danielle Nicole Beware!
veil trimmed with matching lace and groom graduated Mr. and Mrs. Danny Howard of .,
ford School OT4, served four Air rid' ho.t m
secured by a crown of pearl- High Jacksonville announce the birth of a
carried bouquet years in the Air Force, and is now apastoral Danielle Nicole born
embellished lace. She a daughter, Jury
student in his Junior year at
of daisies.
Becky Richmond was her sister's Baptist Bible College in Clarks Summit Mrs. Howard Is the former Sandra
maid of honor, and bridesmaids were PA. Leach of Starke.Grandparents.
Jan Wagner of Wellington,Ohio,Ken- The couple will make their borne In areJimmy and Gaye INONE NUTEOUCAlSRl
da Clore of Allendale, MI, and Nicholson, PA. LeachofStarke.r .
another sister, Bethany Richmond.
Mary DeHaan was flower girl. Their .
gowns were yellow and green pastel CHRIST LUTHERAN
colors,fashioned with bustles in back,
and they wore wide brimmed hats '* CHURCH

and carried long stemmed .allow a.. ''f :;,' *.. J""_ y
roses. The church was decorated in a v ? 'I
pastel yel&f4iifOdgtdelll f I ncltem:r.,.. -I. .. .f..fas npgQMn Sehmieo/: ,. ,4Z .2419' r l' : 1 ...../,'
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and"groomsmenwere1 VieS 'Milleit ""
Ch f fl"Se i ::30 AM "
Steve Richmond (brother of the : *
bride),and Paul Johns(brother of the i ,

Keystone Lion's Club !

Vicky Anderson .Bibl, Class. Recessed for Summer Month IWvEYOU1w""t'i

Shower Honoree : .___ _m

Miss Vicky Anderson whose marriage :
to Dennis Rosier will be an
event of August 23. was honored at a :,i
bridal shower Tuesday night,July 22, A BRAND NEW ,
given by Mrs. Randy Cory, Mrs. L.C.
Early and Mrs. Morris Williams held
at the Methodist Fellowship Hall.
Games with prizes and TOROMOWER
refreshments were enjoyed duringthe WITH FEELING.
party hours 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
The tables were covered with gold
colored cloths and the refreshmenttable
was centered with an arrange- HAND
ment of daisies, pompoms and baby's "
breath in a antique watering can. .. : ';'. Howloogisaminute?

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Methodists Planning Girl Scout News Methodist

Mr. and Mn. Herbert Green and Mr. and Mn. H.L. Hutson In Circus World PicnicFirst ,
Mr. and Mrs. >R.F.> : Waldron of
laughter, Anita apart the weekend In Gainesville Sunday as luncheon by Carolyn Eaves Retreat To The
Cocoa. Cairo Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. B*, United Methodist Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mn. Glen Davis. Ellen on Monday.Mr. achool students are making plans to' Phone MM-M12 Florida Keys
Strike Smile Camp at Neyati was '
Mrs.J.H.. Fields visited her sister, Mrs. Desso Forman had oralsurgery and Mrs Gerald Norman and attend a all day picnic Saturday held the week of July 7, where. The Senior Youth Fellowship of the
Mrs. Emma Tanner in Baldwin August 23. at Circus World.Deadline First United Methodist Church In
from time
Tuesday In Park reported having a good
Orange everyone
Thursday to Monday.Mr. HospitaL sons and Mn Estelle Padgett spent for making reservations is Sunday, and wishing could last longer. Starke Is pla retreat In the
Saturday to Wednesday with,relatives August 17, at the church office. The residents of the VOA Florida Keys=g ust 3 to August

and Mn. Jay Patterson and Mrs. Ron Kelly and children of in Haines! City and Dundee. Students attending six out of eight 1 Volunteers of America) home on 301 6.

children of Charleston, S.c. were Tampa spent the first of the week Rebecca: Stringer of Pleasant Hill and Sunday school: classes during June:29 South were the guests of Senior Troop

weekend guests of had. A J. with her mother, Mn, Jack Trawick Ala. spent the past week with her ticket.August 17 will receive a free 669 and friends at the day camp Each The theme of the retreat is
The Harrys also) unddaay Older members not wishing to "Surrounded God". It is he
aa atKingsleyLake. grandparents, Mr. and Mn. M.R. attend student day they enjoyed swimming games by =
visitor, Mr. and Mrs. W.N. Barry of Judd.Mr.. may sponsor a by crafts and a special treat. Wednesdaythey each Indivldualattencllnl can

Newbeny. Mn. Barney McRae; Jr. and son, also donating$4.00 each. Transportation Is had a field trip to Gainesville more aware of the presence: of God all
lined with
Michael of Lake City were last and Mrs. Charles Lawson of being up anyone' Santa Fe Zoo. lunch at the Pizza Hut around them; amidst complicated
Mr. and Mn. LaRue Williams and Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mn. Tallahassee and William Morar of wishing to donate Ms or her station where they learned to make their world In which we live today.

sons of Ormond Beach spent last C.P. Nazworth.Mr. Panama City were visiting Mn and wagon. or car may call the church office own) and back to Starke to the Dairy

week with her parents,.Mr and Mrs. Mrs. H.A. Lawson during the Queen for Ice Thursday they The cost of the retreat will be (25
R.A. Colson. and Mn. Herschel Goins of weekend.Mr. Members are also working on the enjoyed a cookout and iced cupcakesA : per person attending. This will cover
Gainesville and daughter. Mrs. Mission offering project by baking special thankWainwrighn qouandtollthewhodirectorhelped the coat of transportation campsites

Mn. W.M. Meng and children of St James Maclean and son, Jimmy of and Mrs. Nealy McConneU at- cakes and selling them; mowing Joyce t and seven meals. In addition to this
Petersburg will arrive Sunday to Columbia Mo. were Monday night tended the Elks National Conventionin lawns Club! selling lemonade at the Country make the week a success. Staff included cost each person will need to pur-
spend a week with her father, EJ dinner guests of Mr. and Mn. Frank New Orleans week.Mn. pro shop and purchasing Betsy Yawn in charge of chase three breakfast meals from a
Matthews at Klngsley Lake and the Palmer, Sr. materials for craft objects for special crafts, Dawn Schoening in charge of fast service restaurant
Paul Meng family at Hampton. occasions Members were given in of (approximately 12 meal), '
Unnle Woods spent last week silver dollars at the Sunday church sports,Irene Wainwright charge per
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Patterson with Mr. and Mn. Charlie Woods in singing and Janet Klntutis in charge
Mn service July 20 to Invest in these worthwhile ,
Cindy Householder and family returned last Friday from a weeks Lake of the waterfront. .
The will leave the church
projects and to seethe youth
of Bushnell money
were Wednesday to Mon- visit with relatives in Alabama and Additional staff was Laurie
parking lot at 3' .m. on Sunday.
tie day Mizelle.visitors of their mother Mrs.. Bet- Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hart and grow. Mulllns Michelle Klmutis Julee August 3. will stop In Boynton Beach

family of Palatka were Sunday afternoon Wise. Theresa Ricks. Donna Sutton.. and spend the night at St. John's
Stormy Woods of Lake City is visitors of her parents, Mr. and I L I Pat, Lenore and Adrienne Welty. Not United Methodist Church. The group
Mr. and Mn. Bob Milner Jr. and visiting her Mrs. Lln-
grandmother Mn. R.E.!: Patterson. to forget Margie Wade.Thanks also to will leave Boynton early Monday
Mr. and Mn. Don Hardy attended the nle Woods and Mr. and Mn. '
Nealy To prevent childrencray.- the Foresters for the ready help on morning and set up camp at the state
Haas-Mark Trimpey wedding McConnell this week. Marvin Payne brother of J.A. ons from breaking wrapa the road. park on Big Pine Key where they will
in Tampa Saturday afternoon .at Payne of Starke died Friday,July 33. two-inch-long piece of Another busy week at Neyati Is remain until early Wednesday morn-
which Mrs. Milner was a soloist. Mr. and Mn.:Frank Mitchell spent Funeral services were held Monday: cellophane tape around the underway now at the Girl Scout Day ing, arriving back In Stark around ep.m.

the weekend with their son-in-law and July 28, in Clinton Okla. center of the areyon.rBrooker Camp We have a full staff of exciting Wednesday night.
Mn. L.F. Smith,Jr. of Paxton the daughter Mr. and Mrs.Chuck
Coty in leaden and a lot of scouts who are en- Please call the church office
former Ida Lou Davis of Starke: Tampa and attended the "
spent - joying everything but the heat. Big 9644864 for further information.Don .
last Tuesday to Friday with Mrs. Trlmpey wedding.Mr. thank you to the employees of Brad Denton

John W. Griffin. ford County Hospital who provided Minister of Youth
-. and MRs. Bob In BriefBy "lI
Ferguson .money for campershlpe for seven 1st Un. Methodist Church
Mr.and Mrs Lynwood Walters and children spent Monday and Tuesdayat scouts, making it possible for them to

daughter Mandy of Greenville, N.C. St. Augustine Beach attend Neyatl. The Neighborhood appreciates
are spending August 2-7 with Mr. and W your Interest in scouting
Mn S.L. Peek, Jr. Miss Katherine Rev. and Mn.T.\. Steele and family :
Peek of Tallahassee will spend the of Lutz were weekend guests of : Rhonda WhitmanP.O. There Is also a bridal shower being
I weekend. Mrs. W.B. Mundy at Kingsley Lake. Box 1SS held Thursday July 31 for Miss Mary
I Brooker Fla. 32622 Janine! Willingham bride-elect of
Phone 485-1043 James Bruce Manning Jr. at 7:30 at

Brooker Baptist Church Educational!
Mr. and Mn Irving Hodge went to Building Hostesses are: Laverne Edwards m iS
visit their uncle: Lonnie Nettles who Sandra Hazen. Janice Pierce

Lawtey News Is visiting his brother, Chalmer Nettles Linda Harrell Shirley Nipper Ilean

,who is living in Lake City.Lonnie i, Lewis and Linda Cox.FowlerPrescott. '. .
la now living in Albuouerque New I Reunion

Mexico. The annual Fowler-Prescott Renton
By: Elizabeth Terry Mn.Jennette Moon and Mn.Linda will be held at the Community Centerin

I i Phone 762,9300 Robinson of Brooker Baptist Church Brooker on Sunday August 10, We
also Mn. Linda Harrell took their invite friends and family members

/ Mrs Maines Griffis and children of Sunday school classes to the Skating : togather at 1:00 p.m. and enjoy being
I CHURCH SCHEDULES Palatka visited her mother, Mn. Palace Thursday night.The kids said together again. Please. bring acovered
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School that they had fun. dish dinner.
Nellie .
Wilkinson and sister MI'I.Daisy
10 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m.and 7 '' Miss CherIe Lynn Hinton, bride- :
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE 7:30: Boch.: Sunday afternoon. elect of Mr. David Virgil Farmer was
Mn Ernest Hewitt and son, Jerry, t
p.m. Wednesday night. honored
of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Casey by shower Tuesday
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday mlsceUanous bridal e
Dodds of Jacksonville and Mr. and
School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11a.m. July 22 at 7:30: p.m.In Brooker Baptist' corm111111 -
Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris were last
7pm. Prayer Meeting Church Education Building. e
dinner of their
guests parents,
Wednesday at 7:30: Hostesses Edith
p.m. were Melvin Linda
Mr. and Dobbs.
Mn. Arlie
FAITH BAPTIST: Bible School 10 Harrell Jaunlta. Adams Mildred 04
and Miss Vivian
a.m. Worship Services: 11 a.m. and Crawford Henry Hodges stock Harrell Jean Douglas Linda Robinson -
6-30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday car Dolly Harrell, Sharon Beutke

at 7:30: p.m.FIRST Saturday races at night.Lake City. Speedway, on I Mamie Tucker Carolyn Dyal, Kathy. Put; you house on
BAPTIST: Sunday School Kelly and Donna Tolleson.
9-4S a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m.and Mr. and Mn Daniel Massey and Also a surprise luncheon: for bride- my low-energy,
of ,
70 p.m. Training Union 8.30: son Douglas Naples, spent elect CherIe Lynn Hinton m
p.m. weekend their was given diet 1
with father Elder A.E. A
Prayer Meeting 7-30: p.m. by Mn. Jimmy Farmer and Mn.
and other relatives
Massey Gordon's
Morgan(the residence
Mrs. Ada Heath of Ga
Church School 9:49 a.m. Worship Ser- Savannah. k In Gainesville,, Sunday afternoon. .Ot// Veer of Service
sister of Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs
vices at 11 a.m, ajid.UMY "J..p.m. About 15 .U77- .
? '!tI!, guests were present. Cherie in it7 c "rw :
Wednesday Children '. passed away last Sattmtay..utrY'II.m, r received lce and
.J .ChoiQ**..m...* ,Her tunereH-wagon 8undayiat' Baxley; many useful gifta

I Bible HIGHLAND'4BAPTIST GieanUlgrfffm: : "SWlda "irrGa.. i ,i. .. Novor.. U1111. i

!1 School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services: 11 Mn.Mn.Pat Lila Henry Henry was mother a Sunday of Mr.dinner and Dr. LountUe Richartlnon.; B.S.. D.d!
i and
) a.m. 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting
of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston.
I I Wednesday LAURA BAPTIST at 7 p.m.: Sunday School guest Mr. and Mn. Gene Howell of Pompano Dr. Wayne! .C.: Eaton"'D.C.

Beach spent Wednesday to .
:45 a.m. Worship Services: Ua.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Saturday with their brotherinlawand Clinic
Wednesday at 7-30: sister, Mr. and Mrs Earl Troxell. Keystone, Chiropractic
Friends of Mn Catherine
mother of Mr. and Mn Lester
10 a.m. Worship Services: 11
and Walker regret to learn that she is a
a.m. 7pm. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 7 p.m. patient in Alachua General Hospital YllttlurtH"JIl! Suite 5
Gainesville for tests. Our prayers are
day School 10 a.m.Worship Service 11a.m. with her. Phone 473-3604
.and 7pm.Training Union Mn. Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville

Prayer Meeting Wednesday at pm.7:30: attended the 39th wedding anniversary HOUM 9ain.7 and : ( ."'
of her parents. Col. and Mn. /IJ..m. 3/>.m. ) /I' i.

p.m.NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Sunday Wm.Mr.Wilson and Mn on Sunday.Tommy Clayton and. .Moii.. Ttten.i: Wetl. :!f'ri.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services: 11
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting son, Tom of Jacksonville spent (1.111.1 .
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Thursday with their mother. Mrs. I.m ,

Accept New Patients
Mr. and Mn Donald Wilkison at-
: Sunday School 10 a.m.Worship
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and tended a Stare at Smyrna Baptist
Church of and enjoyed
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 the Jerico Singers.

p.m. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Del Dougherty of

PERSONALS Douglas and: Darlene Eunice of Mildren Hall. England called Sundayto FIRST IN DESIGN The Santa Fe

Gainesville. grandchildren of Mr.andMrs. congratulate her parents Col. and
Mn. Wm. Wilson their 39th wedding
on -
Harold Eunice attended Youth
Conference at First Baptist Church of anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited
Hammond.Ind.,last week where they
heard Dr. Jack Hyles his son, Dave their son and daughter-in-law Mr, FIRST IN QUALITY-
and Mn. Eunice and In
Emory family
Hyles and Dr. John R. Rice.
Joe Shuford Is back in the Baptist Gainesville on Sunday afternoon M-11
Hospital Jacksonville. We understand Mn. Truby Wainwright of Starke i 1 t I' IIT 111 11
visited Mn. Carl Prevatt and Mn.
that it is for tests. Our -
prsyenare -FIRST IN SAVINGS-
for him. Truman Norman on Thursday alter- ?5 ::.
noon. "
Mr. and Mn Emory Eunice and
Mr. and Mn Harold Eunice
son.Deron. spent most of last week at were

their mother's. Mn. Louie BellePayne's and Wednesday supper.law guests, Mr.of and their Mrs.son $25 700 A HOME YOUR LOT: COMPLETELY
2 Bedroom 1 Bath .
home near Skinners Lake. Phil Eunice of Lake City. ............... ,
I Friends of George Shuford are happy Eunice and his FINISHED THAT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
to learn that he was able to return Emory sons. Doug
from St. Vincent's Hospital and Derson. were Monday overnight 2 Bedroom I1Bath. ........S26,700 ,Insulated Windows Doors .'
of his Mr. and Mn
guests parents .
Jacksonville on Friday. Our '

with him. prayersare Elizabeth Harold Eunice.Terry on Emory Tuesday visited at noon.Miss 3 Bedroom 1 Bath....."......$27,700 Carpet&Vln I
Mr. Corbett Watts of Wilmington. Shawna ". GE Drop I In Range* Hood! FanGEHcotBAir
Brown went to Tampa to
N.C. spent a week with his aon-ln-law two weeks with Mr and Mn.Larry ; .I
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse spend Husted 3 Bedroom 2 Bath;.............529,700 '" "
on Sunday.TNE
Barbour and grandchildren.: Jesse : 'C.dor.OrC pr... Exterior
and Michelle. .
Robann Smith of Jacksonville These homes maintenance: free and can be :: .
virtually completed
are [ : '
spent two weeks with her aunt Mn. .' \ I :II ,.., .' ., .

Henry Mr.,and Smith.Mn Ronnie Burgamy of '. :"in approximately 30 days, *,: : .

Columbus.. Ga. spent the weekend "' 1.! .. "
with their Mr. and Mn.Thundon i 1 '
parents. '
Croft and their two grand '.- HOPRE-FAB '. t' NO .MODULAR,UNITS ,- ?, ,:f.: \ .;.

sons. David and Danny Burgamy. All ,*j. 1iI." ,' '.,'y. yKw. 0 F.

except of them Mr.went Croft to St.on Augustine Saturday.Beach .',: ,.These homes on 'STICK BUILT"o_ n your lot. If you own your own lot, a down payment..

Mr. and Mn Jim Crouse and family IR .

1 of Lime. Ohio and an exchange student T ,"t, .J' ,..may not b.necessary. ., x"I x"-
f. from Germany. Karaton. spent X- .
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the sister-in-law.weekend with Mr.their and brother Mrs. and Bill :. I ',' :.I',a'" 'IF' YOU, ARE THINKING ABOUT MOBILE' HOME SEE'US FIRST! !!.L "-.: 1dt. 'i\)

Crouse Elizabeth Miss and Dorothy Terry family.Swanbom attended a and birthday Miss OLD NEW WIRING COME AND. LOOK:THRU OUR 'DISPLAY"HOMEt.t# : ; : :" ': 'r.r4: .

I party with Miss Arthurine Blanchard RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL I'' .

which she gave for her sister. Miss MOBILE MOMS role Be*'Before You Buy. >> I" .7. '1 7h :k.\l ;;is} t fs't' as : aConfer
afternoon ,
Enza Blanchard: on Thursday '8 "vices HOOKUP Of 301 a Edwards Bo d. 'N.xt To Bradford Square;
; at Baker Nursing Home at Mae- Ain HOOK.UF8
clenny. They served Ice cream and 40 -
cake for refreshments. Miss Enza

was while visited Bill feeling there.Crosse with real Mrs.returned good.Thelma They from. Wilson also See LICENSED 14 FREE HOUR"iiTiMATIS.SERVICE INSURED! WH I IJEH ) / : ; '964-6513

World where he spent four days 9645145PAUL . tEAPBIJILDERSTh.MOstTrt.BUfdIflg. .. .
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I SFCC Fall Registration Set Here Ang 5 family Card of of Mrs.ThanksThe Albert Gllssom Community News ;;; I

for the Fall Term at Mathematics Introduction to .
Registration ,
wishes their sincere thanks "
Santa Fe Community College la set Humanities General Era'svty to4X,111"8111!undnms shown during the,, '. '',;..r by Elisabeth Walker Pastor Teaching. Sunday 9:20..rtGii;rmeettn ,Sunday is Pastoral Day.. -, wiiPehmday : ;
for next Tuesday, August 5, at the .of Economics I. Plycbola'Prill. 'r' \1,illness*nd death of our_baird and, !4.4 ......IM-IIII3 a.m. Morning Worship with Mlnlsl ,. ; School ::30.Morning Worship .. crm, ,
SFCC Office In Bradford High School History, General !- father.We appreciate the visits, Concerned Cttlsena Meeting Dewey Taylor conducting start 11 a.m.Dinner 13:90 Evening Worship :r sdl a"1.:
The office will be open for registration Evolutin. Interpersonal Communica cards, flowers, food, prayers, and The monthly meeting of the Concerned August 4-U a Revival conducted 6 p.m. "rt r1),:;
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an ties Art Fundamentals Social love of so many during this time. .Citizens was postponed to by Evangelist Lonnie Lynch of Greater All Chapel A.M.E. s.t tl
evening session from p.m. to t p.m. Sciences Prin. of Accounting I. Wednesday.July 90.7:30.: The regular Los Angelss, .Ca. Everyone is Church The Sunday School Convention .Aciq II
Students may register for all Santa According: to Dr. McFadden. the I monthly meeting will be held next welcome. will be in progress In Jacksonville
Fe classes including the 13 offered at Santa Fe Office Is open dally from 8 month scheduled. Pleasant,Grave United Methodist at St Stephen A.M.E.Church July -' '
Starke, as well, U those at the main a.m.to 4 p.m.for academic and financial We wish to-express our appreciation Church u Activities Church Sunday School 10 a.m..Communion J9.A.... 1. Shree Wimbly and Mer- iE
campus In Gainesville. No appointment : aid counseling. For more infer, for'tbe> many acts of Elndness Philadelphia Baptist Church.Rev. service 3 p.m. All members shell Brown will be delegates to the :.:
Is mation call MM-rax shown during the recent death of our convention. Sunday School 10 a.m. .
necessary. M. G. Mayberry pastor. The pastor are asked to attend. { I
The Fall Term runs from loved ana. Edwards officers and members invite the Mt. Morlah United Methodist Morning Worship Communion Ser10":;.
September 3 to December 17. \The Lloyd Family public to worship with them on the Churchi Sunday School 9:30.Morning vice 11 a.m.All members are invited! ;
A special 3 credit class- Introduction ... 76th anniversary, Sunday, August 3. Worship Communion Service 11 a.m. to attend. : f-
to Literature and Composition Church of God. Church ofGo.lolProPbeeYISunda'y
Sunday School 10 a.m., 11 a.m. Rev. The Victory Temple
will be offered during the daytime GordonAddlsonrsMinton The family of Llnnie Fogg Me- Walter Marshall of Jacksonville will Lawtey.Fla.i The members cordially School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 : 2
this Fill.The class. will meet at Brad planned Culley wishes to thank everyone for preach. Plesssnt Grove United Invite you to attend their worship service a.m.Evening Worship 6 p.m. .. t' 'r-
ford High School on Monday and Gordon and Addison their expressions of love and sympathy Methodist Young\ Adult Choir will each Saturday 12:00 noon.Directions First Bona Church of The Living :
Wednesday, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45: The annual reunion will be held Sunday, the food, flowers,and cards. sing. 3 p.m. Second Timothy Baptist : take 301 north to Lawtey.Turn Gods Tuesday of each week Blble-, :' !
family Lakeside Community Tbe"-potted plants, baskets, and Church of Jacksonville Congregation right on 228 East across the railroad Study.I30.; Friday 7:30 Tarrying Ser-. sn 1:
a.m.Dr.. Bernard McFadden who will August 3, at the Lake Butler. Other containers of flowers were and pastor Rev. R.B. Holmes and track. Take the second dirt road on vice. Sunday School 10 a.m. 11 a.m.. ij
Center In
teach the class said,all the other college Please attend and bring a picnic taken to the nursing borne, hospital" Gospel Choir will conduct services. the left and go about I blocks. Robert and I p.m.You are welcome.
courses offered in Starke will be lunch. and shut-ins as requested by unnle, Free Canaan True Church of God In Austin Jr., Pastor John Burch, Calvary Baptist Church Sunday::1cutf ?3
offered only in the evening. They include utensils will be furnished. our mother, and sister. Unity began a series of services Monday assistant Pastor. School 10 ..m. Preaching Service :,
: College Composition, Maj. Florence and Johnny Mooo and night Rev. W.H. Zanders and Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist P.HU, 1
Religions20th Century. Prin. of family and!the Fogg family. congregation: conducted: the opening Church! Each Monday 7:30Senior ..America Legion Post 314 and Auxiliary ':'i_
service. The services will continue Choir rehearses. Each Tuesday 7:30: R'
:through Friday night; with different Prayer Meeting. Each Wed. all American Post and Auxiliary will '
I Hampton Highlightsby congregation appearing. Sunday Circles will meet. 7:30 Thursday be installed August 7 at 7:30: p.m. in
School 10 a.m. Morning worship 11 Story Hour at the church. Friday 6 the annex of New Bethel Baptist
Words cannot ex.our heartfelt a.m. The church rally will terminate p.m. the Junior Choir and Junior Cb
thanks for all the prayers! love, and Sunday. Monday Choir rehearses. Ushers will meet. Saturday dinners .The Past and Auxiliary will meet 2
Dolores Meng joyable tour of the Williamsburg and the talks that her friends gave to Wed. Tarry service 7:30.: Friday will be sold from the kitchen. Saturday August 5.The Auxiliary will meet at 6.
phone 4M-1NS Jamestown historic sites. Weather mother while she was W. And a big general church service. 8 p.m. Sunday School Teachers p.m.and the Post will meet at 8 p.m. !
was cool and relaxing in the mountains thanks for the love and understanding New Bethel Baptist Church Each
Hampton Elementary School and they returned home July 28. for food and prayers, masses and. to Wed. Prayer Service. Sunday School II
Archer Tanner Funeral Home, who j
Mr. and Mrs Darrell Burkhart of 10 a.m.only.The anniversary activity
School begins again on Monday. >
Miami who had been vacationing in took mother and I to the Doctor's office for Choirs and will ::
August 25. Now is the time to get proper 1 2 begin August .. a
immunizations and health problems the mountains were overnight guestsof and hospital.Thank you.Florence 8-10. All members. are asked to neLovir 'lJ wlln atf '-a'1aI \
Hall last Thurs : f tnu. .In .
corrected.: Mr.and Mrs.Lynn Penlow cooperate. !you ,
Church of God In Christ Tuesday
Shower day.Michael Mowry of Lake City Is Ramond Fisher Prayer Band. Bible Band willfollow -'
Baby The family Sophia FisherEVERYTHina .......
Mrs. Loria Brooks was honored spending some vacation time with his ImmMUatato .v o'Ml
with a baby shower on July 21 at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
City Hall. She was presented with a Mowry and family.

high chair by the hostesses: Iris Hart ... -
Marcia Hardenbrook, Myrtice Green Birthdays
and Terri McNiel.Some 40 people en- Perry Keaton celebrated his 12th
Joyed this event. birthday on July 26.
Happy Birthday to Andrew Tim-
CongratulationsCurtis mons who Is 13 today, July 31. SWITCH TO PANTRY PRIDEEVERYDAY '
Randall and Lorie Mitchell ,
Brooks of Hampton proudly announce Hampton Lake
the birth of their baby boy, Curtis Stefanie Hughes celebrated her 8th : i
Randall Brooks Jr.He was born July birthday on July 26. i- -
24 in the Lake Shore Hospital Lake
City weighing 5 Ibs. 10 e=. RecuperatingRcnee dj
Paternal grandparents are Ollie Williams Is recovering: < at A '. <
and Lola Williamson of Hampton. home following spine surgery on July
Maternal grandparents are 8 at Alachua General Hospital. Her
Dwayne and Dottle Mitzell of Hampton. classes at the University of Florida LOW
were interrupted because of surgery. j '
Paternal great grandmother Is However she looks: forward to returning -
Mrs. Jeannette Tyler of Heilbronn to school for the fall term.
Springs. Mrs. Anne Masud and daughter WE SELL HAS A PRICES ri
Maternal great grandparents are Melody, of Jacksonville spent three
Melvin and Pauline Dishman of recent days with her sister and family MONEY
Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Williams r
Paternal great grandfather is Dale Renee Melissa and Kirk. AND SAVE!
Scarborogh of West Virginia. Kirk Williams busy polishing the BACK / .
beautiful _phone be recently acquired il I 41P
VacationersMr. as a trade for his motor bike. .
and Mrs.,Richard Mowry and This seems like mature judgment on
daughter Donna,visited her parents the part of Kirk, and we hope his I .
Mr.and Mrs.H.C. of Panama family enjoys the new soundrcuects.Kasey -
City two weeks, ago i their I rvacatiom c Mctauro: of Tampa la span,

1C1)t..IICol "_.-dingthUweekwltnhUgrandparents.MrTand ., .y j FYNE.. .. ... .....,, r...'. .PANTRYPRID'E! r
panied by Joan's.i awter I .114 tirotJIerr ttrsYKul MenlaaoffamUy.MrsrHaroldtawwfoa .... ioid' "!" KING' SIZE ;ve ra t
in-law Mr. emI"1Ift'I-EJtrB1llr: dT*"-- attended a ":1 OwEEo .
Panama City, they began a two baby shower for Mrs. Karen : I
tains.week's camping: trip to the moun- evening.Moorehouse in Lawtey last Thursday PYllde.'a' LARGE ROLL BREAD

They visited Opry Land in Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford SO. FEET '1
Nashville. They spent three days in visited Mr.and MHs.Max Newport in
the Cherokee area and visited the Orange Park last Sunday. They $ 0
Civil War battlefields around Get brought along home their son.Kenny 2.120 10 3 2ooz.I00 "
tysburg. They spent some time at the who spent the week with friends
Harper's Ferry Federal Park in West there, enjoying bowling, swimmingand
Virginia. Then they spent an en movies.

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Phone: 964.6280 Neva FlynnSupervisor HAMO 2 PAK51O9SAYS
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July:P.I_ TELEGRAFH: ),...
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I New Board for Legislature I I

counties-Alachua, Bradford and ,
Leonard B. Mitchell of Tallahassee stoners Dave Shuford and E.W. Union County; '-that are on the Santa
apprised Bradford County officials at Hodge, Jr. that he would bean adviser Fe River which, empties Into the
a committee meeting that a new to the new board. L.M. Games, Suwannee_.
board baa been created Suwannee Bradford County Zoning and Planning He asked those present to advise
legislature to study the director was also present at the Gov. Graham's office prior to the
River and appointments to the com- meeting held 1blU'lclay..J1IIy 24. governor leaving the state to go toNe
mittee will be made MOO by Gov.Bob Mitchell explained that the committee York for the Democratic convention
Graham. will be comprised of one elected next flwiMTMitchell
Mitchell who to employed by the official and a person Involved la planning explained there would be 1
Department of Community Affairs asa for each of the U-counties on the approximately I.
planner,, told County Commis Suwannee and the threesame11 mittee,all 45tepeopbythegovernor..





Class of 1955 Reunion (

: : Member of the Bradford High School Close of IMS at son Bradley. :
;',: DISTRICT 3 ,,. ':;r"c' .their 25-year reunion are (Mr by row>t Third Row Stephen Kelley.Donald Ray Grlffls.William
+tf ,:', First row Oncdla Grlffls Prevatt.: Barbara Colley Andrew Hugh E. Crosby Warren John*. Slaaley Clark. I
:,; DEMOCRAT '. "A ::.: Berard. Sue SlpreUe Career Zack Crawford Townsend Gary Garner. Owayne Elder Rodman Underbill. Harold
: Strickland Barbara Prevatt Henderson. Joann Smith Beaaley, Byron Newcerab' Jack flouwerland. Lyle Buck. '
I'. Howe. Jeanette Green Flitch Helen Hick Sfauford, Barbara Kenneth Mod, Monroe G.alWaa. Donald Blade. James
i t"-: \ McComb Weldon., W......
Second: rows Eitelle Green Mlnloa Magdalene Wilkinson '
We must have an School Board In order to educate .:) GrifI*.Jackie Barry CmtcbfleU Orpha June Moore flapp. Fourth row George Canova. Clinton Grlffls Clifford
Beverly Jo Webber Lavenne Duncan Martin Lonnle Frtth ...... Alderman. Wallace
Crosby Jackson Rivers
the children of Bradford Each child has the right to the ,, .
County. :*Kt>,: Jackie John Heraey.Patty Lawson Crawford.Shirley! best education we can provide. This is our (the citizens of Brad'1'--\ :" *. Moore.Betty June Norman StefaneUI.Virginia William-' Grim*..Sonny Tenly.

ford County) responsibility I '''''JIII'"JIIII'.JII'.I :

1 Forty member of the Bradford High graduating class of Rodman Underhill traveled the furthest to attend the affair
1865 gathered at the Starke Country Club recently for their having flown In from the Panama Canal Zone. Sonny
EDUCATION 'IS ESSENTIAL lll! !11 25-year reunion. Tenly and his wife arrived for the reunion In a vintage 1955
Zack Crawford 1965 class president and the eveaiJIfI'. model car. Teachers present included V.R. Ferguson,
P. P.I Ad. ........ ........0.0- master of ceremonies welcomed class members; to the' James Hobbs and Delia Rosenberg.
event.. '

Hospital In Good 'inancial Condition J

Marcus Draws president of the time.
Methodist Hospital group that Also Monday the trustees grantedthe J
the Bradford County: administration permission to I
Hospital in Starke. told the board of negotiate a$100,000 loan from a local .
lint nine bank. They authorized management
trustee' that during the
the permission to pledge in$81,754 In accounts
months of this fiscal year hospital
receivable and ad valorem
made a net profit of fl22.M5.27.He .
taxes In order to get the loan.
pointed out that this was a drop
Drown pointed out that the staff
from a similar period a year ago
r.r A which showed a :net profit of spent$3,300 to work on the air conditioning :
$18451004.The unit at the hospital in the
figures were released at Mon- operating room nurses station and in I
410 day's monthly! meeting of the board of the area where the new x-ray
trustees.' .. machine is being installed where
"We are In good shape the less you the babies were born many years ago in

YO I' CAN'T make the more you get back" Drewa from He hospital.added that a survey is. being
Medicare and Medicaid,
taken of the air conditioning system
a, ays.Figures and Indicated it be
show the rescue service may necessary to
BUY BETTER which;; is based at the hospital !lost spend $ ),OOO to$25,000 to update the
system and make the system completely
$52,004.76 over the same period of
SO WHY PAY operative.
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24 Increasing concern about the energy crisis is evidencedin

STEAK LOTS OF. PAflT PRIDE : a recent opinion survey which found that 56%of the
SAVE40'ALB LB 'American public believes that conservation will have to
BEEFSIRLOIN CHICKEN :: ICE CREAM : be an essential element in any coherent national 0

.._.Leo ooAwnMe.nnr__ energy strategy And about three
STEAK 3MacR.4aD/eurnsD.
Is HALF GALLON w out of every five Americans
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$288 QA. PREMIUM .s jJ140 79'WITH down on driving in response I ItorlsinggaS'oline

tIIjjjiII:! GRADE 1 : .. prices I
SAVE 20 A LB SAVE 20' A LIS : This newcommitment I
.2...:.*VQ. 1'OIIACCOPIIODUC"'UWINIO. mU.B.M to conserv :

GREAT GROUND .GRAD. !A ..\ ................... tion has notlessened the J 1

BEEF PATTIE MIX CORNISH 8 8. .1 public's desire for _

HEMS new(non-oil) energy -.:r.
m asnlaaMTpoasAws.o LB LAMBRECT nevi 201
; .. resources. People's favorable attitudes toward various
9 8 CHEESE, PEPPERONI 9 forms of energy development ((synfuels.coal nuclear:

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ON-COR Mrs. Smiths pies ./cRR"8 9
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Stewing Beef. BS90 .La'le8 $14'8 Whipped Topping..49* bills::Sometimes they are necessary.,.when a meter is
GAVE ED'Ato MunneD DCVCINID a TO:L*nta c? ? = inaccessible due locked
STW4S Wti SAVE W.2Rw MO.TDN 00"111 POORER' toa gate over-zealousguard dogor
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Skdw8ib";; ,. 1 68. .... REALEMONm.. usage Is corrected on the next meter reading.. .and Is'
adjusted on the bill. Even-steven. '
'JUICE ...v,1089C .
Chicken Franks .88* '
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Sour Cream .. . To 4 Cooked Ham....4.. ,, ....,...*.148 Kraft Dressing. 590MVe Now they're valued at $7.28.
sa.a_CUP paMRT, PRIDE CUNUDc SAVE ao.IM-...rom \

Cottage Cheese . "I28 Hygrade Roll Sausage. 78*' ,LOOKING FOR A SCAPEGOAT in the cause of

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Cream Cheese. . 68 Hygrade Hot Dogs. .. '. 88' /J about a sense of frustration. And skepticism. Can we :
...-.IT.-. s ar "*handle k the problems of the future?The freedoms that we
, YELLOW CORN ICE CREAM .> cherish will survive If the individual Is willing to make
i I CAUPOIlPlIA IUD :a :sacrifices...Our personal political and economic, freedomsare
CARDINAL' tit 8,100'I ;S p... Oatta e. all intertwined and cannot exist, alone;

' GRAPES .. BAVE'to-rus" Historian Edward Gibbon wrote of the tendency in

I1 \ ancient Greece to sacrifice Individual freedoms so that

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TELEGRAPH July 31,111IIOI ..

we wanted him to go Into law and thendecided "parties of-the-first part," quipped I Koehler's Trial ThursdayThe
profile Theron Yawn ffl to do Just the opposite" she Mrs. Yawn I I go on
: Joked. The one talent I
family Terry doean'tshare
Jail in Stark on
former husband and I both with his brothers and sisters, Clay County Grand Jury has the Bradford County,
The younger Yawn believes his trier let him make up his own mind however, la musical proficiency been called to meet Thursday July Friday, July 11, and told deputies
by Franklin AkelUFatudentJoW"Danst father's experience and advice have about what be wanted to do with his Although younger sister Betsy, older 31, (today) to consider evidence they Were the ones that shot Moore.
been greatly beneficial to him life but I don't think there was any sister Diane and brother Jimmy all against two brothers In the July 10 They weren't even prune suspects at
A familiar face may be returning to throughout his legal studies.Howeverat way be could have avoided being pull. play various Instruments, Terry admits hooting death of Randall Moore at a the time they turned themselves In.
Starke If Theron Yawn III accept) one one time It looked as though Yawn ed toward the law aa a career back he doesn't play "anything but mobile home In the Hillcreit section The brothers were later turned over
of several! Jobs offered him In the had no plans to follow In his father's then she said. the record player." in Keystone Heights.DaCe to deputies from day County and
Bradford County area.And if he does footsteps. Lila Yawn served as her ex- Yawn devotes his spare time to an K. Koehler 21 and his brother were transported to Green Cove Springs -
come back to the town where he was Between 173 and 1977 be taught husband's secretary and maintainedthe 11-year-old Sioux Indian boy he's Douglas K. Koehler. 30, both of where they have been housed
born 30 years ago, bell bring along a science and mathematics to Junior Judge's office In the family's taken under his wing as part of the Hampton,have been charged with the since that time. acre
wealth of experience garnered while high schoolers while working on his home. Later she spent six years at United Way's Big Brother program shotgun\ slaying of gltlend'ssmob e Records show Moore was shot twict
attending the University of Florida Master's degree In education. Durinjr work In the Bradford County Clerk's instead. According to Mrs. Yawn, he on the steps of his by a shotgun, once In the chest; *
and its Holland Law center during his his period ass teacher,he also helped office. She concedes that her legal recently started a paper drive in his home on Oak Avenue Thursday,July once In the abdomen. -f t':
12-year: absence. negotiate the Marion County Educs' background probably Influenced apartment complex to buy the boy a 10 at 11:15 p.m. After he was shot Moore made hi*:
Yawn served In' several legal Uon Association's contract. Terry and his siblings almost muchas new bike Moore had been living with his girl way inside the ,mobile home .an capacities while In Gainesville. He Yawn's mother Mrs. Lila Yawn her ex-husband's. "He's always got something going, friend Deborah McKlnney, 26, for then called for an amc
worked ss an arbitrator for the believes the temporary detour from "One of our daughters started I have trouble keeping up with it all... about a year. bulance.He was transported byr. mg
Eighth Circuit Juvenile Alternative legal may have been the result of kindergarten saying '"whereas"' and I hardly have time to tell him howproud The Koehler brothers were arrestedfor bulance to Orange Park where_wa*
and as an Intern in family influence as well. "thereafter." For all 1 know she may I am of his achievements"she the slaying,after they walked Into pronounced dead on arrival. :
the Gainesville Public.. Defender's. office "I think Terry may have thought have referred to her classmate as lauabed. :1

He also spent time In service to the
criminal clinic program In Starke. a

span he regards as very influential. ,
"(The clinic) made me realize how ECKERD'S'
much I enjoy litigation (preparationfor FAMOUS PHOTO s-INCHX7-INCH I
trials and: trial practice, a part of GUARANTEE PHOTO ENLARGEMENT
work dreaded by many attorneys ECKE ijLS
legal Buy only the prints Just bring Inyourfavorltsyou
),"he quipped. want. No hassle- IE color print negative.REQ. +
"Like it or not, litigation is a even If the goof was 9 $1.98 LIMIT 1
well-rounded attorney -
necessity for any In the picture taking. CouponQood Thru Sat,Aua.a
he said. S e a a name you can trust II!'
And In Yawn's case the necessary t t
preparation seems to have paid off.In
both 1978 and 1979 he was awarded the
John Marshall Bar Association Cita- -a.

tion for Outstanding Service to the .
In additionhe r.G. ,
Law School Community. n
received the 1978 Claude Pepper tlr !IeSchick '
Award for outstanding scholarship bya a .
student who had demonstrated an r
interest in future public service work.
Yawn's leanings toward public ser-
vice, though, were probably instilledin .. tt '
him long before he left for college. ...r-.w.-.. "
IUs father Theron Yawn Jr. was first
seated on the Bradford County Court Yl III "
bench in 1952. Judge Yawn later won almonds o

a Circuit Court seat In 1972 and Is currently __...,

Chief Judge of the Circuit. 3CRIPTO C



BLADES Forc.lculatoratoyeradloa, PLANTERS BAR SOAP Hundreds of dependable SYLVANIA z
Gets ApprovalAnother Plus PI.tlnum.double flashlights & photo equipment ALMONDS Refreshing fragrance- lights. Adjustable flame.REQ. FLASHBAR
deodorant bar. LIMIT 2 79 EA. LIMIT 2 1'aroroll '
PUD development was approved ; ; 19 9 Dryroast.d : 9 10puuantsad i

Tuesday night, June 24, when er'/2'9s11'7"/ 15 aAR5// : 16
Jack Courtnay & Associates' "Oak 5 |isr.REQ.$2.48 FOry :(
Trails," on the east side of SpeedvWe LIMIT 1 b
Road near Indian Lake, received II
unanimous endorsement of the Brad- to

ford County Zoning Board.CourtnaY'1I MEN'SSWIMSU1TS :
plans for the 65-acres _
tract near Keystone Heights require ALKA SELTZER I WONDERBOND uswsrs
reclassification from R1A (single TABLETS test fashion styles In PLUS __ $ r:
family residential) to Planned Unit Relieves ustomach. solid colors or fancy pat GLUE \-
Development (PUD),which would In- Bottle terns. Assorted sizes i .IIIo&1IdI'MD'T._:'" ,F
bond II
homes well as Permanently *
clude modular mobile,and conventional, as homes.No 87c of 25. LIMIT 1 REQ.: $5.99 moat surfaces .
Instantly REQ. S1.B9
commercial units are included. "
Plans also call for a rural road BRECK 488 WEB A ALUMINUMSHAMPOO
through the center of the tract, which ; LAWN FURNITURE
would be divided Into 1.1 to 2.5 acres 119 ;
around the J eWajei 15-ot.bottle M Colorful webbing ght
lots. A 50-foot strip Chase
EM f % normal hair aluminum frame. has multi-
perimeter of the development will be || type only. __ position back Both fold for storage.
used for a riding trail for bones,and -LIMIT 1 awe CHAIR CHAISE
i will serve as barrier to neighboring LADIESn. '45 REQ.$11.89 REQ.$1889
homes.A DOROTHY GRAY ; .. ..
pasture area for hol_owners .MUUMUU II. BLACKFLA .
j who live onsroaller lot would be provided ..... :; f SATURA LIPSTICK fashion Cool comfortable.colorful ., MOTEL'S.:* ., '!! 'I: :; 888tI'4. ..
J and row crops would also be ( .Assorted patterns,assorted = Kill roaches 24 hours
, a l/ 69..h Va desLIMiT 1 sizes. REQ.,$8.88 ::1+ a day. No odor or
. courtnay's plans would permit cat- i m_. REQ. $1.29 I 22-INCH
tle on I the larger parcels, but be has 688h Y w SELF-PROPELLED
J not i decided if lie should Include this ISOPROPYL gse
1 provision In the deed restrictions. 4A POWER
,and are prohibited J ALCOHOL
t Pigs, cows goats Crystal brand, MOWER
as no more than 25 chickens would be 3.5 H.P.Brlggsa Stratton
j allowed any one lot. ,"pv ... pint ,
, The zoning board's recommendation '!!:'1'1 2 9 LIMIT 1 METAL FRAMEPICTURES AdYu.tabl.cUttlnghelghl. -

for approval will be acted on at STP GAS No. 7722 REQ. 189.99

the July 7 county commission 12x18,assorted
"i: ] TREATMENT 95
meeting. GAVISCON scenes. Ready to 159
Gas additive/ helps keep
Two new petitions for zoning '" TABLETS hang.REQ.$''.'' your carburetor......
changes were received and the applicants -
given permission to advertise '"erll 8-oz.bCJttI.REG.S1.29 .
for public hearings: ',., 99-38Ch.bl.' .. 888 1UCK&.lEcxa
'Burdette Greene,one acre, 4 miles IIII .
south of Starke on the west side of ,
US-301, from Open Rural to MS WET ONES water, oil.REQ. G
(manufacturing) for operation of a I FOR BABY 2'WOODEN 999 $12. .85
welding shop and sales of used farm Pop-up moist
equipment. towel ettesBox STEPSTOOL DAIWA2600C
79 of 40. ,
Twolull3-.tep.a SPIN REEL 24-INCH
'Edward Roberts, two acres, 3H! LIMIT 1 side rail.. Skirted' spool ft stain- BAR-B-Q GRILL
miles northwest of Lawtey from Ex- REQ. SB.89 toes steel ball bearings.
clusive Agriculture to OR. Robertsnow e 1'i:1 REQ. 29.89 Baked enamel lire
8 bowl, adjustable
has a home on one acre and
wishes to sell a lot for use as a mobile SAVE HOW SAVE LATER 68 grid, legs fold for
home site for his son. VO5 'ies REFUND storage. Reg. 12.99

HAIRSPRAY ....2...-.of....._on tj ox
12-01..rollOl,2 prootsofpurcnMfjon7M... ..I. 988
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types. Price reflects _,reevosA.ro.oe.e.wa PACKOF2
35 off label. 11..1..,honk be..nee .hom VOl \\
NOn-A..Mol pccutg' **la MILDEW STOP
LIMIT 2 ROD RIOT w'x so'vce
Hilr NEw l SI 00 NrtuMPO ,Stops mildew mustyOdors '- HOSE I
Bo Arodloreveryangl.rClto GARDEN
(PUO.T..U none REG. 78 PACK 8 J
20 % It. lengths. Spinning reinforced
9 LIMIT 2 PACKS aplncaat 6 boat rods Durable Brass fittings.

::.. OP /77 I] 250/0 OFFAEG.S10.99 .

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DISCOUNTFROM Dfa_*flood..a'U. ;...v :law wtiora Ow)MQ.hKMMd REGULAR PRICES 888 ,



TIle Islander Beach Lodge otters The 0...._ Non-toxic liquid
you a tropical beach resort set Data Center correction fluid
ting amidst the lush natural landscaping The Trapper 6-oz. bottle.
Keeper. esSUBJECT
of New Smyrna Beach. REQ.
When you're not sunning on the 1J" 6&

beach, enjoy our swimming pool
miniature golf course, deliciousseaside C
dining, and cocktails In
the lounge or at poobida. Dairy

planned children's activities. -
BIC PENSsup.rsaveril -- _
There's god tennis, and fishing NOTEBOOK GALAXY OSCILLATING
nearby (lar surf fish right oil the 200-Ct.Quality SANYO It3" FAN
beach)). And you're just a short ruled paper COSMO LED. Wnlaperqul.tmotorbalano.
drive from all Central Florida at- REQ. $1.88 DIGITAL ALARM CLOCK RADIO RECORDER ed blades. Removable grill.
; LED display.100%solid Digital clock radio with Illuminated Full function unit with one
tractions. With this ad. 20% discounts ,
state. o uch'n drowtMl.larm. leaf-type numerals. button record built-in 39" No.2191
good 6/1/80-12/20/80 \ No E503 NO.ADC325 No. M2511 REQ. $44.89
Sundays thru Thursdays exclud- 1-8 REQ.$21.99 1488. REG. 't7.99 G\g"ae) REQ.$34.9e

ing holidays, when reservations
we"*'" with the(is ndee a i

$Q GTVO !1 SItxTv.jjf ,miJ( JIl'IlJ(3( ) (!) CJlJ J(315 ,

->=0' BRACMLooaeOCEANFRONT (1/l} W.nil Madlcald prescription( G.ml (; li21NlIi71r; SAT. AUG. 2
?... RESORT W.also honor most Insurance Uji.ji.j! J OPEN WEEKDAYS
iN' 11101S. AtKntte ANew ... .... : t : Lit .:.l. LjI.::; W'LI i s A.M. Ill 9 P.M.
.. prescription drug programs., .
'n yrn.B ch. Fla 320 t OPEN SUNDAYS
Ask your Eckrd Pharmacist. Fla. 10 P.M.
(904)427-3452 '831 S. Walnut St. Starke, SHOP EARLY SOME

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vsdbth "WlMt ll B Mend as m 4' w ..... *as* Moe lose 46... ,ere -...a 40- L e J.I. ter tags ...... .m lo. Wa.W 0-no- -.Is- way .-mD.4o.. memo ..w0

t O'WHJ; ;i: : t' ,,.' ::. ', .:'. r, : \\i; APPUCATION:: .,
..n of AdministrationTO mailed are required .
Notice redeemed
the above styled court on ocoording to
single soul :'*; :
dwelling In ;.. : : NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTIFIED that'am action or before. August 21, ALL PERSONS HAVING WITHIN THREE MONTHS low the. property described -
\ I960: otherwise e (udgeMMMf CLAIMS In ouch certificate or
GIVEN that Ernest for Dissolution. of Mar TO REGISTER

I bailr '" ...- ,.Aristotle .--. ., -Hunter thooflo.......'of the "..... ha*..been. filed. ..JTOJf; .be entered DEMANDS AGAINST THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF certificates will be sold FICTITIOUS
:(f' and against you for the relief ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL THIS NOTICE. to file any to the. highest bidder at
cortlflcaloa you wraqulradto NAME
b->HD! = demanded In the complaint OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED objections| they may the court house door on
II certificates ford serve
IN THE ESTATE .have that challenge the the 27th of
or potman. day August
of written defenses. .
real deed to be Issued your Pursuant to Section
of the decedenfwill .
hand and YOU ARE HEREBYNOTIFIED validity
rwiti .thereon. The certificate If any to Iff on the pwlntiff's WITNESS my 100. S6S.O*, FlerMa Statutes,
the seal of sold Court on that the administration the qualifications of Dated this 11th day of
3 1Jn Clbi" number and year of Issuance 'attorney .who** of theestate the personal r..presantotlve l 1900.'Gilbert. notice1 I* hereby given
1900.Gllb.rt July.
the. description name and .......*' to July IS. that the undersigned,
A of Ruth Gill or the venue or $.
S. Brown Brown
I .. tho. end the Dudley .P>. Hardy STALVIV
Real Ertete Broker of property Isq., of the court. CHARLES A.
of Said Court. Kromer.oed.- FileNumber "lurtsdlctlon Clerk of Circuit Court ofBradlord
Clerk By:
'IS*W.Cell$1, names In which It was Piro. A .......,. P A. I ALL CLAIMS Rt. I,, Bon 229. Lawtey.
1030,1Stark. !! Marian McRae A*Deputy BO-44-CP County
P.O. Drawer ,
assessed follow Florida
StarkeDUftlX In the Circuit Florida.
Clerk. pending
CwHvHQto No. 991 .. Florida. 32091., 0/14. doing business under the
964-6527. Year of Issuance 197B.Description .. and file the original with 7/17 4tchg.677. ,Court for Bradford County. 7/24 4tchg firm name of COMMISSARY -
Florida Probate DIvi.Nan.
of the clerk of tne above'
Proper. the address of .. FOOD STORE
fyi: Bog:300' I of Nicer ofInterofOfdlawteyRd styled court on or before 'PUBLIC i NOTICE which I is Bradford County Data of the first SB 22S B US 301, Lawtay.

.. .. A August B, 198Oi otherboentered The Bradford.. County Courthouse Starka, publication of this Notice Florida 320M. Intend to
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,'I. AA" 'I/I. v"v"'iilr:, Q"JI'- !. '" .." .,.... .lamar 1
"" ;''!'.!.' ..,. -."'" :. '" .IiO.o,": Florida.. ,-, State .of July 7. I960.Gilbert.BrownA and Piuuuied Revised the personal I ............. FOUR TO REGISTER 021.NOTICE OF

Rule' 6200. Public Progression tatlve's attorney are sot ATTORNEY PERSONAL FICTITIOUS
Unless. ouch certificateor Clerk of sold Court INTENTIONTO
Plan K6213 forth below.. REPRESENTATIVE NAMEPursuant
certificate shall be Marion McRoa
.1 Procedure for Student All persons having : .
ay/x.508 'redeemed. according to A*Deputy Clark FICTITIOUS
Education Record and claim or demand Thomas C. O'Sannoo to Section
I .*I*. I Be.LR.KM.,en*sell side. ,.brisk,.landscaped.yardS taw the property described 7/10 7/17. 7/24 7/31 16300. Code of Conduct. against the estate ore BIB ......" Bank BkkjJacksonville : B6S.W, Florida Statute NAME

In weft certificate" or' 4tchn This hearing will be held required WITHIN THREE Fl. 32202 notice I* hereby given
cortlf.wlll'.be. soldto
NEW LISTINGS August IS, 1900 at 7Roman MONTHS FROM THE VO4/356-2021 that the undersigned' Pursuant to Section

stores.downsawra. S...... -....$' .110O.29*down. the the. highest house. bidder door at IN THI CIRCUIT In the School Board DATE OF THE FIRST 7/31 2tchg S7NOTICE MAYDEUE BOBENHAUSEN MS.09, Florida Statutes
court on the Bradford. notice I* hereby given
the Hth of
day County School Administrative NOTICE to file with the DAVID JONES and A. that the undersigned
building .n Ml North. Grant ........."ileastlon.Special September 1980. LEWIS M. AVER B
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Office, SS2 clerk' of the above court Rt. I.,
ft BR. I Ba, .-.....-. Zoned Commercial, Dated this., 21st day of. BRADFORD COUNTY. North Temple -Avenue. a written statement of APPLICATIONFOR OF Box 233. Lawtey. Florida 'CHARLES ORMSBEE Rt.

July 1980.Gilbert 'S. Irewn CIVIl ACTION: Starke, Florida. any claim or demand TAX DEED 32030 doing business 4, Box 1388 Starke.Florida' .

Clerk. of Circuit Court by,' ALBERTA D. WHEtlEK.wife. Copies. of these. proposed they may have. Each NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN under a limited partnership 32091 co-
Beulah Plaintiff vs Rule 06II.2, claim' must be In writing that Hambrick hereafter' known a* owner. ,' doing business

Baoutlful' corner lot at Country CLub. Pint time en Clerk, of Moody Bradford/ Deputy County RONALD K. WHEELEM 0200. 6213,. and 6300 and must. Indicate the Morris the. holder of the MOM CATTLE CO.. Rt. 1, under the firm name Rt.of
husband Defendant. be obtained from basis for the claim, the BRADFORD BABBITS
markets Florida may following certificates: ha Box 232. Lawtey Florida32OSS. .
Case No. 60-294. the Superintendent's. Office name and address of the 4, Box 1380. Storke.
2 Trailer Park. 7/31 4tchg B/J1. filed said certificates tara Inland to .
.I trailer park )II traH.... Approx.. 6 acre. Fenced. NOTICIOFSUITNO at 5M North Temple/ creditor or his agent.or tax deed to be Issued. register said fictitious Florida S2091. Intends toregister
sold fictitiousname
.1 trailer Avenue, I....... Florida. attorney, and the thereon. the certificatenumbers name under the provl-
M trailer
park *. 2 BR frame house bam opprox. THI the
'IN CIRCUIT COURT under provisions
PROPERTYTO This H 'In compliancewith amount claimed. If the
and of Iuanco. alone aforesaid
22 acres. fenced pasturalond. LARGE down year* *-
payclient. EIGHTH JUDICIAL OR. of aforesaid
Ronald K.Wheeler Florida Statute claim' I I. not yet due, the. the description statute.'
Owner will finance' balance.' .
CUlT OF FLORIDAIN Address unknown, YOU Chapter 73."O. a* date when. .It will become of the property and the Doted this 10th day of statute.
AND FOR BRADFORC ARC HEREBY NOTIFIED enacted by the 1974 due whall be elated If Dated this 24th day of
which A.D. 1900 In Bradford
In H July
We Handle. __.. names was
COUNTYCivil July' A.D. 1980 In Bradford
Florida Legislature. the claim I I.
that an action for contingent or assessed are as follow: County. 7/10 4tpd
I .2 BR unturn. house. $130; .! BR turn apartment. $110: Dissolution of Marriage Theme" L< Casey Jr., unllauluulod, the nature Certificate No. 69. 7/31. County. 7/24 4lpd

I *l BR unlurn. apt. $150; >2 BR unlurn.apt.$250; .2 BR unI Action Case .No. ha boon filed against. Superintendent. of of the. uncertainty shall Year of Issuance 1970., 0/14.

furnished house: .1 unfurnished, apartment..>3 .BR LAKE BO-242 you and you ore required Schools. be staled. M the claim I I. Description of Proper

I HOUSE: Furnished Feb. May to serve a copy of your 7/24 2tchg 7/31. secured the security ty lot I B 2 of Ilk 24 In
I I In ret The Marriage. of written defense If shall be described. The N-Reno $/0
I1 warehouse on US 301. Air-conditioned oHIcos. Great CHARLES CAPEHART,JR.- to II, on the plaintiff attorney .. claimant shall deliver. TWP 6 1..11.22.Nln .
husband "If' could have half his with
A man
INEZ E. whose name and suHident'copls of the which a **.
lair CAPEHART, wife address Is Alberta D claim to the clerk to ed Johnnie Mae Morris. 1he
I I Tackle and business. largo Inventory. FOR BRADFORD COUNTY '
I One city block In downtown Sta.... |lust waiting for the NOTICE OF SUIT Wheeler 737 Faxon FLORIDA PROBATE enable the clerk each to mall All of sold property, would doubt. his troubles..;* I
Lan. Starke. Florida on. copy personal being In the County of ,
I right business. Croat opportunity for downtown mall. NO PROPERTY DIVISION' .
32091 and file the representative.
I1 large warehouse, approx. 6. oo.... ft. Needs root and File Number, 00-44-CP, InterestedIn Slate- of'
original' with the clerk of All persons Florida.
floor and _".. Division.IN Benjamin Franklin
I repairs. Has standing I TOl: INEZ I. CAPEHART RE: ESTATE OF RUTH the estate to whom a Unless' such certificateor
INVESTORS DREAM C/O Christlansted Post
copy of this Notice of Administration certificates shall be
Income Property Will Pay For,Itself,, Office. St. Croix Virgin, GILL KRAMERD.cao.od ha been

I .! small apartment complex. Handyman'special; 4.rental Island.' t

I units, possibly S., '

I .! small frame house, I

j .! largo frame house.. Needs .repair...Resident. or 4,
I apartments ((4 BR 4 BA).

I *1 2 BR frame 'house. Apartment. on side.'Zoned. comImerclal. ..' ..:. ,w.. ....... .... ..... _' "_. ,I.. .. ., '
; .;... .? .,. ,,.-.,u_ .jI .... _" > -- '' '

I Please, call u* to list your property

IJohnl.OknerRag. .' (REAL ESTATE ) J '

.Real Estate Broker. \

lu Oreon Sander5' Associate\ 1L I .

alph .BtJalfReal Estat I .. ....&' '. ') l"'li

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lc Jtk( 941-8788, ANYTIME r/ opt < w.t n- | REALTY]

"." .......-.. _: ... ...1.... .....;..... .. """ ....1'<.:.0:.,,,, ':REALTOR*.. .- j. .B .s-- "'''''';;; CL '" PHONE 964TnTSRwiiLtcAB
: registered eollect'lve'member.blp Oflka112.3031: (" acto; CECILIA

205 N. temple, Stark I
964-5231 I BRADFORD COUNTY HAS MORTGAGE MONIYIII mark -financing. Specialist. *-

BUT IT AIN'T GONNA LAST FORIVIRII which may be used only Bond Program 0 Conventional' Loons. Owner Financing WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE'1rhrcii

I.NEW LISTING---3 bedroom. 1 .betkblock fcomeSSS.OOO I by real estate professionals PmHA VA FHA 203b( ). 203V). 23S. S4S a"changes Properties for me Discriminating

|'RIDUCED bedrooms I both, 1 acre. ... .....UBOO who :are Are Your Rental 1 Slip Shewing*
An exciting.Urge well planned homo on o beautiful acre
fenced yard.. ..... ,., .SMSoO I I members of the NA.TIONALASSOCIATION
4 BEDROOMS-nlc .44 ,
BUSINESSCSi .3 ... 2 BA. CB. P.P. c.... of land-perfect for raising a family-*ofa B
trees, 4+ acres. ...... ..S31.SOO B I Rm. Home.plus garage
| FAKM-pecsn FLORIST In Meal location Inventory, equipment
K/A > Ac. Nrowa-$69.f00-martgege $47,000 9'me.
Vac. Sy* Can. pay
..... 'A Hwy. .
OLD lAWTEY ROAD-New home 3 bedrooms, S I _$24,000.. OF REALTORSand B shop me. .
.. .. ... ... .'...$12.SOOI I 100-SI2.SOO.. $ ..100. $414., nmodletely.
Hlh.... 01.... .. .. HOMIS I subscribe to its strict. .lIancf1_. 3 ... :2 BA. $
I lot .........SM.OOO I .2 BR Home, shady. lot,
IDEAL FOR CHILDREN- Code of Ethics. Ac. Stocked P...... 1'-... We urge you to Inspect 1040 Pmebreese. Or.-aa excellent
1 'KINOSLIVLAKS-4bedrooms,2 full bath.. ... ,.92.100 Pom. Boons with' I...... $13.600.
2 BA-Brick Veneer- .. Reduced $49.600. quality at this low price of .....011O-I"
$ .toO. property
Furnished.with .
I ." .... ..,.. .$31,600 lot air off M.H.
.MOKERIsr'-NearKeystone..t 160x20
Double ,
fireplace-CHBA- garage- M- P..... Shady Ferns House B B Ac. Hwy, fin. Secluded area-very unique cathedral Selling to IB B
( 'QUIET NEIOHBORHOOD..3 bedroom. :2 both, S car .. 12' K .
$ .100.
windows built-in dishwasher B
............. ... ... .....,...SJ9.9OOI let. ..-.,. SIS.OOO. 22S $".100. DR. thermepene -
| ,a..,.... ... .. r COUNTIY UVINO-on 2 Acre*-Block with Brick Home.Lewrey. .3 BR. 2 BA CB. P.P. c.... disposal. attached gerege. wed to won _...... evalirm
bedrooms..*. both .:. ..SI7.SOO 2 Pumlshod
1766 ft. area or -
Trim-CHBA sq. living H/A Plus L... Guest Cot drapes, gas heat B A/C-.lew utility' bill.
(WATERFRONT lOT-lOO .K 192' an said to Crosby both*. Sop DB-...-,.. kitchen-Ig. LR with FrenkHnFireplace $10.000. .
.. .. 2.6 Ac. $47.000.Lowrey
L.k... .1s... ,. ...1A.',.......... ..,..1...,...,$.,JOO..MENO ....VrVW carpet-very woof$...IOOro- t:=/ i .3 II. Promo 1 .... from Attention Veteran qualified. for
,. Ac. Pond $''.27' *-Already lUll yowled
| DAIRY ROAD--t0 acres....:... .... ......$1,000 .... School.. Nice *
ad. "S ...... Wits .... % wandd
.. 10 A*. Shady 20000. Unusual charming sew an n en
I CITY BUILDING LOTS-ewner terms.. ..i. ..$3.000 aoch.GIIGI.IOAOO.IO$2.I MUST SEI this Brick Veneer-3 Bl-2 Be-LR-fern.Rm. SEE YOUR REALTOR lot. .H. ..
I G.- *4 ... Home In Country.'S .20 Ac. Fenced ....1'. ...t. M B dry ..... ISM sq. ft. Including single onclesewoge. ...
with flreplece CH'A-Closed. garage-$53A00. $2,000.. Ac. ....... tits floor 1IIoth_.. DIW a ._. city water a
BUILDING LOTS-Keyitone Hetghri.. .Im.A..Ior.......*B pone, sidewalks geved driveway-and you con
LAKI LOTS-Skllng sl....loke. -ew w term .....$23,600 i I panel well solar hot water system. $...100. .2... .2 Be. Stucco. P.P. choose your favorite. carpet B vinyl.. $' 1.100. hurry ISuperior
NEW HOMIS by SCOTT ROOM FOB CHICK.N.-HOIIII-Lik. eew-Stue- lawtoW.air* ISO lot S2.MO.
S/D _/ -Igo LR with, flrepteco BB 1 Beth--energy .$. 3,0000. i Investment and/or development
Let' ............ 2 both. earth Is the earth Itself"Ml opportunity
Stucco over Mock. //VS-3 saving features-$49.000'Include Tractor B Disk aim..... The best'Investment on 4 beeuttful divided' 221
by a"now
acre Hwy
,.replace, ..,:.. .;......,ti'....., .'-;. ;.l.,.S44.SOO PRIVATE BACK YARD GARDEN AREA-Comfortable 3 North,Troll Motel L._, _$60,000 with $10.000 down Owner will mer-

.Brick. lot ,.--, bedrooms, 2 ......, ttrepleco. > ..$..,.. BR I ..A-Block. -...... Roam-Closed. garage-Extra Ann W.Riaskn.Associate I..IW.........*964-B223 I IIr. B% Interest., carry

i .BrlrV. lot ,*-., bedrooms, 2 .bath, ttreplece....$...100 Storage Sldg-Inside 'lIIty-.n.., B R... Just $40,000. tease

.Slo' 'u, Lot *7..3., brms 2 b.' Seler Hot Water I STRAWBERRY ACRES-Lge 2.Itary.r 6 Bits- 4 Country home on 2..; REDISCOVER VALUE

Heot.r .. ..... ....... ... .,..'. ... ... :..... .$43000 Baths-on 14...._fenced crossfenced-Coll for more acres eft SB 239A. 3 BR, 2BA IN PREFERRED HOMES .
Scott Whitehead will build you a new 3 bedroom 2 balk Information with fireplace end double *3 BR 3 B Edwards Rd. Has everything ....toO.

.otne on your lot with your wetor end sewer for$29,700. CROSBY LAKE-2 BR 1 Bath Frame-4S feet on water yang Large cleared Ir." Roberts21Real .Sampson Lake-lovely brick kerne-owner..... $' ....

with IB ft. deck $39.000. garden ...... .3 BR 28 16 Acres Brewnloe Rd. Cattle-." ...4.6oO.

,WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN-2 BB t.BA-Heck.ee .3 BR 28 Ranch CHI A 12A for ............I2..IQ.IOt.
.lame let-$14.000. For.MoceU 473-3264.; Estate or 1300 frett 3 BB 2 B CHBA PB .... q... $...000. '

*70| Laura St. Completely reme,.-.."'-nt. 37100.
I Bo
eplNCID YARD-CLOSE IN-Block-3 BR -$20.000.
.BILl\\. *138 yr.old bome(29eO(( sq.ft.).Hampton B 3 AcJ6.600.Eestweed .
m I HAMPTON IN TOWN-SAVE GAS- 3 BR Promo on100x200
FRULKNER .lot $19,200.IAWTEV LT.LOlfOllN l 964-7828 884 N. Temple Drive I BR 2 8-Cosy B cenvement.$32tOO.

TY'9&4BCBSIIALTOI -Handyman Sp.clai-S BR I BA Irame on Lot .218 N. .........,.freshly painted big ...-$31OOO.
REAL .607 Mitten Terrace _..... $31.BOO. .
104 206financedSI9.000.
X B ACREAGE GEORGE ROBERTS-Broker .Homo aft ... 121. 2 Acre*-born-........ 124.....
*RD 2M-A-S Ac.6OO........ eFvr '."... MH on 1 V. Acre. 20000. .
3 B ASSOCIATES .2 Nome B I aero Wilson Rd. $.......
*US 301 LAWTEY- acre uIHuI"a-CHy
221 Lafayette St.Across from: Wishbone. .water B sldewelk. $3.000 per Acre........ Weekends and sowings Call BUSnVfSS OPPORTUNITIESO.J001 _
.Richard Roberts.%.-...1 Judith Ftyna964 824 Lake Geneve-4 reMence-2.7S A.. Owe......
.ROLLING HUH (Bayles Hwy) t.a.III.Bop en .
Sllcex.. 961.6479rMrwr.a
12% eevm-I yrs at 10% Int. b FPRV Un Godwin 964-4M9 Perry < .760 W.......... former Mob sta-$ .....
I ., ....7'H LoroenCenea.
RENTALS FOREST HOTS. Restricted Vs. eve lots .2....B vp. 3 Heddlng. .41* .. Walnut. Naw.lorgo. waroheeeo-StSJOO.
3 BR. I bath house. >9i4-694t John I.Smith 94-6117
NORTH Of LAWTIV-2 Vs acre. ......-S ,. Great Frepsrty acres from Holiday Inn-Owe.FI..

OFFICE SPACE S rooms$ ...... ;private '--.. acres$*.000'-20% O.ww-l ,....at 19%.Interest.RO. ;. ".Phooe'944-7700. -eI'"niijW. .404 N. Cherry 2 ergo,nicely turn.opt*.Owa.8a. ..

C/HtA Carpet. Hwy. Ml In town '. 22SA 4.2 acres $13.000 Terms.FORSVTH 39S N.Temple' Avenue sfr.rna borne, good. .I .. Wece.- .Store B Apt*. en SOI-gsed patanMati.owner.....'

,, RO._M 'acre*-born-well-septic'. -ale*. .L.... frame home. Ig. yard I Fireplaces. Water St. .7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en .... 161 Owner fks-

HOMES _saw heaters PI."" WILL TRADE .--fireplace SIR SB. IR, DR. PR-Pratt St. .llsmsiammar.) B aattago .. Madison Owner fhs.

SI'.ClAL-II.OUCIOI ..US 301-N Secluded 10 acre pines-121.001. .4 BB. SB. .forge. crooned roc. room-Sea ring St.. .$... as*. kMoaw fear fwa. rental-CoN B Bay......

lovely concrete block homo with 3 ....-. 2 .,...... term. 'Do yea have equity ks a .f_.. 4 ".1., alee workshop. over 4A_.......-.. so.Lame .... amplex. so $01. good" ..... awns ..... '

baths living room, dining' room kitchen. family. .356 ACRES, HAMPTON A.IA.1..... ..acre. home to Storke yaw would OUTOPTOWNBeaotJfttl ACREAGE .

room and breakfast area. Control Hoot end sea t like. to trade for 0 good 4 BR.SB. brick, .... 1BA-W.of Lawtey.epeubla -17 prime area..)... ...;.;..; 1.'t..,.12,100-.....

Barns garage, chain .link fenced. yard pecon homo with adtemmg. 10prodvWe ks gerege. 261.1".. C Block .... BA. SB I4W.Brick. .. .66 osra*-.... IBB-owner. will" "'--. ,,-

tree*,fruit......Fenced and cress fenced posture.Offered propertylewtey. .4 ... 26. garage apt: IVtA. -B IOOB. .... ooto Hampton. -Ownat ffaonced. .Bl.....' .

with S%' acres.Se6.000.00erTVd ,CALL US Af...-.7II-MYIIMI.; Cell for on op- .3 BB...C Block .... lA-WUsen Bd.frame. .20 prim owe Sol N. reflreod.. ,$.JOB sac w..vs.flu. ",

....offered.FHA.. ..I7TOOO.OOTerm PAY OR MONTI .....- to dices n.... $ BB. IB. ...--.ldg..e... 4H A."_ Bel.New .13 acre 301 B ........ ..... Owner""-1St.JOO.e ,

*ere MANY.MANVOntllSl Forrom.lit. Cypress ........ ....1.., NA.-ON Bayfora ""' '. <.tA tfk elt. ....-- .....'-_. ..... $..,..... .

'VA MH. B oWt DON1 BB.O.YOUDIDN'TCAUI, .28. IB. IB. PR. ................CrptoI..... A. .... .... goer Presayt.Cner f> t pgtpfla.,............
l financing available. through- J. 1. #oil"i.. ........ A.G. .....4 BB. .'''....... ..V.A-SRI4E. IOn",.lI 'ftrll1lNf: ,

\forget the. Send IMono7lOparyMon.M. M'wd'j-Pdday9ip.m. ... Seturdevt.U 1 dawn. mo.. P.y'i'st at ... ... Bikk Country Chub area.Laioei .'
.. PP. 2B "Ceunfff dub ...- Use ISB1* aamklna* S9 J00sThe
rdSsrdcsAnall.fle. *YS.:>. HI.TI. -I '..... ."...........ee..,.'" ..-..>.,.i....-" ..: :1." ..........' '. :. .*" .. .apprex.M..n- ':..-11101II. ;'- vtOiia MOM fly dub let lonrM $10.000.< :

tolph P.BryM. ........' a 3 IB. IB, DB. ..... S ....e.e-.... I.... .1 Gas. ...........0". pump)..... We. ............... .'
.Purl.H.feulkawr; -RIALTOR .vewlnp wow man .. -wMhare sus Brick borne epproi. St.acres -..... |J|. -f Trettef lot ........*......% ....... acre $4AS0.:: .f

will I try to help yaw .mrclel SOI ft ......_ -
Wayne E.Douglet LHHea C PeerseeBrekorSalesman ACRIAGBOVs : .1"11.* an eweer .
Irene I,Peulkner.REAITORASSOCIATIvenln9MS142 Nevis S.Won bskw/1.lsams yea eea acres os Forsyth,.... ... "Club let IBS t 3 ST-nice ..........$ *.... _

| : 44-MfS Breker/SelesoHM ,BOfflaoMeisager4474S4 borne .17.... WM -.oft SR2S3.t .Nampsa Oaks... .21. tree. .wtner llwswad--$7,500. i7\

M. '...._IIALT ., ':: .' 4-<3IBJuoaHOosey qeeurywMlbeedmeeeIveelngsiHeesewrt.. .' ../ aero Mobile. Hoes lot Woodland. Acres.Nice .. Busy CON B Water St. lot Of ..' Owner Ik.*. |1'.BOO.:

Susan Evenip,5.54' '1061 VkklPewetl Syt.la......... 090OWWW 1. ea......, C1601111 01 Co unity Cfc*late 1 Acre .Gds-Owwpr ....-....... -to

.A..e/ats Asodsss V_...... ... ) M,- Country Club. CeB! St. sammerslal M100* w IfT Ovntor n.*. tf........,. :,(

L..II..cs.y.IIIAL1011.AIIOCtATI. "'1 ...-..1 tM4B4 Aisulolss' Venrio P. Odem. Brokor'low" ......,Aa4lala*i j Jd1.r MUOTByron idYI:)" '
960.66711asE ...... .......7.. BUSsMtSS AND INV1ITM lN1I' '
1MrtIAI..aetWI Teturltleger. ,M4-7H6 ".......Pe.te.7Ai >
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Amendments To Be Voted On October !, 1980 Notice of Election ARTICLE VII SECTION 3 -

Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution, effective upon

approval. to.allow counties and municipalities, after a referendum
WHEREAS The.Legislature under the Constitution of such purposes derived from sources other than ad :valorem taxation, providing therefor to grant, ad valorem tax exemptions to new

the State of Florida passed Joint Resolutions proposing Including revenues from other facilities, or any combination" thereofherein businesses and expansions of. existing businesses, for certain Improvements

amendments to the Constitution of the State of Florida, collectively referred to as "pledged revenues? provided that In to real property and for certain tangible personal property

no event shall the full faith and credit of the state be pledged to secure definitions and limitations provided by general law..
and they did determine and direct that the said Joint such revenue bonds. subject to as

Resolutions be submitted to the electors of the State of (c) No bonds shall be Issued unless a state fiscal l'ag.ncv. createdby NO.4''ri ,. ,

Florida at the Special Election to be held on October 7, law has made a determination that In no state fiscal year will the : ?. .
f' *
1980. debt service requirements of the bonds proposed to be Issued and all ARTICLE VII ) !i'

bonds exceed the pledged .... ."
other secured by the same pledged revenues :

revenues available for payment of such debt service, requirements, .'
Firestone Secretary of .
Now Therefore I George as defined by tow. :

State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a SECTION 6. Homestead exemptions., i ia

Special Election will be held In each County in Florida, on XII ( ) Every personwhe has this legal or equitable title to real estate

October 7, 1980. for the ratification or rejection of the Joint ARTICLE and,maintains thereon the permanent residence of the owner or

Resolutions proposing amendments to the Constitution of SCHEDULESECTION another legally or naturally dependent upon the owner shall be exempt

the State of Florida; viz: from taxation thereon except assessments for special benefits,

up to the assessed valuation of five thousand dollars, upon establishment -
18. Bonds for housing and related facilities.Section 16
of right thereto in the manner prescribed by law.,The real estate
of Article VII providing for bonds for housing and related facilities,
NO. 1ARTICLE ; may be held by legal or equitable title by the entireties, jointly in
shall take effect upon approval by the electors.
as' a condominium or indirectly by stock ownership
hit Further Resolved that in accordance with the requirement of common
VII the owners members proprietary interest
membership representing or -
Section 101.161 Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment
FINANCE AND TAXATION in a corporation owning a fee or a leasehold initially in excess.
herein shall the ballot follows:
proposed on as .
appear .
SECTION 3. Tax.; exemptions.-- of ninety-eight : I Ib
the creation of Section 16 of Article VII and Section 18 years.
(a) All property owned by a municipality and used exclusively by Proposing ( ) Not more than one exemption shall be allowed any Individualor l
authorize the Issuance ofrevenue
of Article XII of the State Constitution to
It for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A family unit or with respect to any residential unit. No exemption
bonds to finance or refinance housing and related facilities in
municipality owning property outside the municipality may be required shall exceed the value of the real estate assessable to the owner or Incase
Florida secured primarily by pledged revenues at least equal to the
by g.n.rollaw to make payment to the taxing unit In which the annual bond of ownership through stock or membership In a corporation,-the

property is located. Such portions of property as are used payments. value of the proportion which his interest In the corporation bears to

predominantly for educational. literary scientific, religious or the assessed value of the property.: : ::::
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charitable purposes may b. exempted by g.n.rallaw from taxation.b (c) By g.n.rallaw and subject to conditions specified therein,the

( ) There shall be exempt from taxation cumulatively to every exemption shall be increased to a total of twenty-five thousand dollarsof
head of a family residing In this state, household goods and personal the assessed value of the real estate for each school district levy. By

effects to the value fixed by g.n.rallaw. not less than one thousand g.n.rallaw and subject to conditions specified therein, the exemptionfor
dollars, and to every widow or person who Is blind or totally and permanently all other levies may be Increased up to an amount not exceedingten

disabled property to the value fixed by g.n.rallaw not less thousand dollars of the assessed value of the real estate If the

than five hundred dollars. SECTION 3. Taxes: exemptions. has attained Is and disabled i
owner age sixty-five or totally permanently
((0)) All owned by a municipality and used exclusively by
AN AD VALOREM TAX EXEMPTIONTO It for municipal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A I
A RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE DEVICE AND TO REAL PROPERTYON municipality owning property outside the municipality may be required (d) BY GENERAL LAW AND SUBJECT TO CONDITIONS SPECIFIED
by general) law to make to the taxing unit In which theprop.rty

FOR THE PERIOD OF TIME FIXED BY GENERAL predominately for educational literary scientific religious or
charitable be exempted by g.n.rallaw from taxation.b .
( ) There shall be exempt from taxation cumulatively to every
ARTICLE XII head of a family residing In this state, household goods and personal ;
effects to the value fixed by g.n.rallaw. not less than one thousand
dollars, and to widow or who is blind or totally and permanently

l Be It Further Resolved that In accordance with the requirements oft ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT VALOREM TAX EXEMPTIONS TO NEW JUST VALUE. .

section 101.161 Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendments BUSINESSES AND EXPANSIONS OF EXISTING BUSINESSES AS DEFINEDBY (.) By general law and subject to conditions "P4IGfl! ledjtherein,"the
herein shall the. ballot.as follows: .
I proposed appear on Legislature may provide> t.rMi< -arieprm.,eirulei ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OR AND ONLY AFTER
amendment to Section 3 of Article VII and the creation MUNICIPALITY
I Proposing an valorem tax relief on ALL AD VALOREM TAX' SCHOOU-scho(
of Section 18 of Article XII of the State Constitution to authorize, THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY VOTING ON SUCH
dl.trlct-I.vl.) Such ad valorem tax relief shall be.In the form and
t for purposes of ad valorem taxation an exemption for a renewable QUESTION IN A REFERENDUM AUTHORIZE THE COUNTY OR amount'established by general I Iqw.; "
energy source device and real property on which a renewable energy SECTION 8. Aid to local governments.State funds may be.appropriated -
source device Is Installed. to the several counties, school districts, municipalities or
( special districts upon such conditions as may be provided by generallaw.
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Be .H Further Resolved that the following statement be placed on
the ballot: <


( ) When authorized by law revenue bonds may be issued AN EXISTING BUSINESS SHALL BE DETERMINED BY GENERAL LAW. CONSTITUTIONAL

without an election to finance or refinance housing and related THE AUTHORITY TO GRANT SUCH EXEMPTION SHALL EXPIRE TEN.

facilities In Florida, herein referred to as "facilities'b YEARS FROM THE DATE OF APPROVAL BY THE ELECTORS OF THE. ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 6 AND 8

( ) The bonds shall be secured by a pledge of and shall be payable COUNTY OR MUNICIPALITY. AND MAY BE RENEWABLE BY REFEREN- amendment the. State Constitution
Proposing an to to provide,
of be derived from the financing DUM AS PROVIDED BY GENERAL LAW.
all to
from or revenues
primarily part '
with respect to ad valorem taxes levied by cities, counties and special
operation or sale of such facilities, mortgage or loan payments, Be It Further Resolved that the following statement be placed on
districts, a homestead exemption Increase to $13,000 in 1980 $20,000,
the ballot
other assets that be legally available for : I
I any revenues or may in 1981 and $25,000 In 1982 and thereafter The.increase Is contingentupon

assessment rolls being In compliance with constitutional assessment I

requirements and upon the continuation of those requirements.

Authorizes the Legislature to.provide ad valorem tax relief to r.

on all ad valorem tax levies. Allows relative ad valorem ..... .r'l

levels to be used in the appropriation of state funds to local .

NOTICEOF m.nt.The amendment takes effect Upon approval and applies to.the!

PUBLIC HEARING BY CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC. assessment rolls and taxes levied thereon for the year 1980 and for. ]


NO 5 .;
CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC. dated August 3. 1979. in the ." 'C' ( ) Section( 113b( ) ((4)Procedure) for I
will conduct 1 public.hsanng on Wednesday" authority' under Section 366 04(2)( ) (Ibl.) Termination' ol Electric, Service -No
20 % September. 3 19<0. It 10 00 A M 'in Ills.. Statutes' The. aloresaid' Order No electric' /. utility may terminate electric. ARTICLE VII .1
Conference Room In in... ollice, ol Clay trie Pionde Public Service aervice to any electnc consumer,
Electric' Coo....,."... Ine In Keystone further slated, mat, hearings. "," except pursuant to procedure descnbsd '
.Height. Florida, Ins. purpose" 01 ills.. .hearlri9Isla lion 111(0)( ) ((6)) (load management ,In Section, 115o( ). FINANCE AND TAXATION
obtain' public comment on following.. niques) would be held' by the.. ( ) Section, 113b( ) ((5) AdvertisingNo -.
Mctioni 111(0)( 113(0( } and 114 standardsof and that.. hearings Involving eieclrio' utility may recover: from '
DISCOUNT C..... Public Utility, Regulatory Policies' Act (lifeline rates)would' be held by the any person other'. than the shareholders Section 4. Taxation; assessments.By g.n.ral'law regulations c:
FROM DAILY of in. National, En.rgy Act .hereinafter' eon to the eiitent thallucr.. standard (la' other. owners) ol such shall be prescribed which shall secure a just. valuation of all property.
RATES called "PURPA rate. structure, It Is anticipated' that utility any direct or Indirect expenditure for ad valorem taxation, provided:
OCEANFRONT Load mandations' regarding'the' '. such. for.promotional or
((1)) Saction 111d( ) ((9)) Management by utility'
VACATION Techniques' all the.. aforesaid( standards, WIll be .. political, advertising as defined In ((0)) Agrlrulturalland or land used exclusively non-commercial;

TIM (Hinder Beach ((2)) Section 113(0)( ) |"I) Mailer Matering by, the stall... ol Clay Electric' .'." Section 1i3hj(" recreational purposes may be classified by g.n.rallaw and assessed
Lodge offers at such haanng on September 3. Raes'' '
) Section tieLifeline solely on the basis of character or if...
you I tropical beach The standards. to .be considered, .
resort setting (Is) Lower Rates No provision' of
amidst lire rush natural landscaping (13) Section 113(0)Clauses( ((2)) Aulom.IoCAdlu"m.nl 'hearing are set Olin ,in PURPA. this title prohibits' a State Regulatory. (b) Pursuant to general law tangible personal property held for

of New Smyrna Beach. (1.1) Section, 113IDI) ((3)) Information, 'to ((1)) Secloo..1"dl( ) (181 Load .authority" (with. respect. ,lo an electnci 'sale a.,stock In trade and livestock may be valued for taxation at a.
ment Techniques Each .' utility for which it no retemamng'
When you're not Consumer *' specified percentage of Its value, MAY BE CLASSIFIED FOR TAX PUR
sunning on (he utility'' shall otter to its .. .luthonty or a nonrcguiatwd' electric' -,r
beach. enjoy our swimming pool. ((9)) Section, ,'3Ibl'.1( ) l Procedural consumers sucn load utility from fixing, approving or POSES OR MAY BE EXEMPTED FROM TAXATION.
god course delicious Termination, of Eltctnc Service, techniques" as the. Stale ."allowing go Into fleet a rate for Be It Further Resolved that the
following statement be placed
seaside, dining ((6)) Section, 113b( ) ((9)) Advancing, authority" (or the.. nonreguieted essential need (aa defined' by the. on.
the and cocktails In 17)) Section, 114 Lifeline Rates ric utility) has. determined will State regulatory authority or by the. the ballot:
lounge or at poolside. Dilly nonreguiated electric. utility, a* the.
planned children' activities. Day Electric' Cooperative. Inc' will consider A be. practicable and cost-el case may be. ) ol residential' electric. .
There't golf the.. above standards pursuant to Sections, ea determined, under 11611)S' consumers w""c"'o" _'than*rate .CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT .'
tennis and fishing 111. 112. 113 slid 114 01 PURPA and attar. 115IC) under, lie standard referred to ,In
nearby (or surf fish right off the the. conclusion. of such .hearing. will determine a .be reliable. end Section' 111(0)( ((1)) 'I'.('the.. cost ol '
beach: ) And yours lust short if trte implementation' of any or all of C provide, useful' energy or service standard. ). ARTICLE VII. SECTION. 4
drive from III Central such standarda is appropnat to carry out management advantages I
Florida at- electric utihy b Determination, any State
the. of PURPA, and pursuant to the ( )
tractions. With this ad, 20% dis special purposes, rules' for such standards' set form' In (2)) Section 11319)) ((1))- .regulated electnc. utility or nonreguleted Proposing on amendment to Section 4 of Article VII of the State

counts good 8/1/80-12/20/10 Section' 115. of PURPA lo encourage the. Metering. .To the extent ..., electric utility, does, not hive Constitution effective January 1. 1981, to allow business Inventories
Sundays IIIru appropriate' under Section, ( ) lower rats as described subsection' and '
Thursdays following livestock to be classified for
exchtdiRg master' msianng. of electric. .. .CaI'n( | effect 2 years after the date ol 'tax purposes or exempted from taxation -
holidays, when res8l'Yltion1' (1) Conservation of energy supplied, by the. ease 01 new buildings" the enactment ol this' Act me State .. -I)
are IIIIde cliredly WIll "the.lsrndec lecinc' utilities// prohibited or restricted. to me regulatory authonly.having. ...,..mlk.Ing IN1 TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto set hand and affix:
C. Enjoy, (2)) The opiimiiaiion 01 the efficiency' of necessary 10 cany out the. authority. with reaped to such my
use oi 'laoinie and resources by ol this. tin' '* State regulated electric. utility,,, or the I. ed the Great Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee. the Capital/Lk.

fi$ fM.rill electric' utilities, and (Or Section "31bl< ) '12))- ... case nonreguiated m.y.' .bebe.shell electric. determine utility after ail. the anevidentiary this the. 24th day of July. A.D. 1980. : .
((3)) amiable, rates to dactne. consume )justment Clauses -"o.' .hearing whether. such a MI .1 :
!.. BIACHlOOGr ..erATM may increase any rate u....." SUCKutility .
rate should be implemented by (SEAL(4.) ( :
ocrAN-FRONT 8. hearing. on September 3. 1980 will .beheld automatic adjustment, clause ", .
yp..n. RESORT for,the purpose off receiving comments. such clause meets the .aqU' 124 ; '., ; .. .
cl) Prior Proceedings.Section r
1S01 S. Atlantic Ave. .... on tne abo. htted standards Hearings on ol Section 113(*| snail( not appiv to me requirements of A(''' GEORGE FIRESTONE j r
New Smyrna Beech. Fl*. J20. the other Section 111191 PURPA standards (4) Section 113b) 13)f -' ''''''' o .
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(cost ol service declining' block rates. tim' '.. Consumers.-Eacn electric. this ;;4 SECRETARY OF STATE"
(004))4274452 of.day rates seasonal rams, and ,interruptibie snail.. transmit' to each of us : MV Additional informationregarding' 'I .
rattar*ave been conducted and will consumers informsnon, '. i hearing. will supplied upon'.Qu.IIDy .1"
19a 800-342-5620 .be conducted By the Florida Public Service rate schedules ,in .ceod." Keystone" Office' of Clay' Eiectnc. Cooper- .COOING: Words 1ft jorntheI.s.r5 .deletions' .from existing' 'law Words In All ; ".

1 Commission eursunnt 'lo its Order No 0999 the requirements ol Section | Inc LETTERS ore oaalrlonc. u '. CAPITA: -f


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!I Women's: "B"The Sub-Distri f'i: \\i ':' '. : '

Domino were the only Starke Jean Hudson and Diane Smith slap outings. Linda Cubbedge and Joy
team gaining success: In ASA playoffs peel six hits each and Melody Barton Maine both hit .500 even with CUb-
last weekend, placing second In the and Linda Lee five piece "bedge padding average '
women's class "ST Sub-District Florida Bank was topped by Vicky with two enm-sevenn RBI explosion I
tourney in Lake City and thus winning Gaines, who hit .571 in the, threetJlYrnBut in the rout of LC Athletic.
a spot In the District tourney to be
played also In Lake, City this
weekend, August M.
Florida Bank was fourth In the field
of six teams playing Continental
Waters tough before falling 4-1 In
,wrAi their opener, crunching L
Athletic U-3.but then being ousted by [ :,
Chargers 13-1."We jus! 'put

"" f I ilt together 11-but

tthe ; 1 somebody, from
Starke' getting
to go (to

:' said District's I Florida)," Underdog Stars

,.AWl Bank coach
n "" :'J.c. Randy .J_.

.... '. Dominos Are
I Co-Champions
Walm'ilewill play at 8
""" ; Marian .
;: .:: Saturday
; ,' Magi- -
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t. ": mornlng..t.
._ -, ., ,:. the Greek Warriors of Kissimmee, Starke' lightly-regarded Major of good defensive plays when we had
a::Jt the south sub-district ninnerups,If all League All Stars whipped Bel-Med to have them but Greg's pitching: was
.1. 'tli; goes as planned tourney director Ger- National 9-7 and then shocked Just outstanding" said Akridge
vin Skinner said from Lake City Tues unbeaten Gainesville Western 3-2 to Stephen Jones staked Starke to a 1-0
:1 tonne Here Ball day. "I'm.un not positive tout all 11 reach the final three of the District lead in the third when he doubled off
teams that can be here will come Tournament but Tuesday night saw the fence in left to score Stacey
stele..aetla MM at ..Taesday'asoratag's ., though," added Skinner, the athletic their Cinderella run at the title end In Bowen, who had walked. An Inning
girls Softball games between director in the Lake City area. a 6-1 loss to Gainesville Western. later Mike Chappell and Wllkerson
|$**>** Md, Raise the ball played He said play will continue through The Starke 11-12 year olds ignored cored on passed balls to give the
"tricks en rival third ,the semifinals Saturday with three pre-tourney predictions that they'd be Starke Recreation Department-
"- In;tae plctare above marks. Tent .Y17, teams returning Sunday "unless quickly disposed of by mightier teams sponsored all star squad a M advan'
rFender Juggles UK Softball on the those three teams don't want to do It from other areas and shook of an tage. Chappel had singled.
.wree* side ef her glove hat he that way. If they want to stay and opening-game defeat at the hands of Jones had two of Starke's four hits
(.recovered Md nude the catch with finish up Saturday night rather than Keystone to win three of their next with Robinson adding a single.
her bare ..... Quernle Berry to the come back Sunday that's alright with four games hi the tourney. Coach Ed-
left fielder watching the juggling act. me." ward Akridge was claiming a tie for Daren Chandler and Jimmy Wilson
."Af right Rene-. Lorraine B.Mtwain1 AAs Others expected In the tourney are second place with the loser ofWednesday's stroked clutch: : RBI hits hi the fifth Inning -
!M lucky sever quite catching Y rte rti Continental Waters of Gainesville between scheduled title game to break a 5-5 tie and the Starkeall
'f'IIt a twisting fad pep ill" which edged the Dominos out for the Gainesville Gainesville Western and stars went on to best Bel-Med Na-
northwest Sub-District title the Bronco.
r"10.1 ,Green Cove Spirits,the host Lake City Western had breezed through three
(" 'rbli' Outlaws,American Legion Post 194 of names before the locals behind the
t:." St Augustine the Stars of Deland pitching of Gr .delivered
.1! :;..I. 41 f Boyd Arms of Crystal River the their stunner Monday night That left 4 ,
three teams with one loss apiece but it r
,'OSVC'll: Y. L4 11% .f Playgirls of Ormond Beach, and
Dana Darlings of Palm Bay. was Gainesville Bronco.: that drew the
The Starke Women's League bye and hi a second meeting Tuesday
u)1,1. champ Dominos could easily have night two Western pitchers checked:
$11'i": ,taken an the marbles in Sub-Districts the locals: on just one hit that a
.. leadoff single by Stacey Bowen.
.'" if not for costly fielding mistakes.
They out-hit champion Continental Bronco built up a 6-0 lead In the first
\:11':'; _. ,
w innings to offset a masterful
W.terllI-81n the first meeting of the
: relief stint by Gerald Brown.Starke'sace
two teams but lost 5-3 and In another
v yi meeting In the finals Saturday afternoon pitched 2% Innings of no-hit ball
won the batting battle 20 hits to striking out eight of the nine batten ,
1 :i$i ;.keReno Girls '' Pair nine but lost the war 11-8 as six errors be faced. '"
; 'Split a let a.!Domino lead vanish hi the last "We hit the ball"off and on but we .r
hit it
two Innings. right at 'em. Akridge said. "I ,
told the boys did an .,
they outstanding
The Dominos wins the
,:Starkeland year recrgehtion tbaJ) tealJUl i representing the were all 2-for-3 for Starke. came over and they really did
City Athletics 9-2 Saturday obbentasked
Reno 2-Game Winner
departments split in a
': games Last Thursday the Green Cove Merchants: beat Starke's. morning, and 8-5 over the Macclenny If he expected his underdog
cIoubleMader at Pratt St. Field .
day morning. crew to make it that far Starke's Greg WUkerson twice turned
girls 134)in the of Akridge
opener a doubleheader but only 4-1 In the Chargers In the loser's bracket finals.
J-Tbe Starke their first win of the 11-9
girls got season by an second game. Leadoff hitter 'Marian Walmsley answered "No uh-uh, no way." hi sterling pitching performancesto
corms hi the first but Reno back win
= came to
'two 34.Starke. game game Hope Jackson and Nancy Grider were both 2-for-4,Cathy had seven hits In her last nine at bats Wilkerson .. tossing 'his ,second help Btarke's Major League All
Moreau was 2-for-S and and bit .588 for the weekend to lead Star team to tie fee second.In the Dixie
shortstop Kay Allen was 8-for-710r the twinbill to ,Queenle Berry,played solid complete-game victory of the tournament
Youth to GakMsvlUe.tional .
.,defense.in the looses. .. .the Dominos,She had three hits In the shackled tourney
fl-e cr laD ratters'and-.. 4-fbr-4 in'the SUrk.'vietor1. Sttd'kwae : ..... IV ,heavy-hating
r a 11\F .I "
.. .. ..... wfardver the! Chargers that locked .
-aided trr .. QIMenie'BerrT.'WIIo went ftr04I i Wl> *" .* **>i'' up Gainesville Western tin seven hits and ...
(with a double/and winning pitcher Kim Brown who was -m District bid. KatEy Whitehead chipped got some till-play-help by his defensive '
1 12.1<<-3.For Reno Valery McCtoud was 2-for-2 with a double, Truck Plaza 1-2 in District'sThe ;In a .571 average, Karen Norman mates when the Starke team 9-7 last Wednesday c .
Sharon Marshall had two hits in three at bats,and Lorraine ASA playoff trail took a u-turn for Starke Truck\ was. at even.500.the Charlotte Ames was' shocked the undefeated tournament had Gerald Brown and Mike Chappell
3-for-3 against Chargers, Cassandra walked before! Chandler,who
Bans smacked a triple off the center field fence. Plaza last weekend as the local : favorite Gainesville Western.3-2 Mon- was
league champions lost a big Johnson had seven nits, three of '. 2-for-4 with three runs batted hi, pok
Bass., day
Michelle Brown and Vonda Kay Hall were aflMor3 lead in and and night. ,
one game won but one of three games hi the ed his
in them In the opening game win. Betty The one-out single to score Brown.
Reno's win with Brown having an insidetheparkhome Class "A" District tournament In Cocoa. ( hard-working righthander
Chappel was thrown out at home but
threw for
run ceros the first four frames
Only the top two teams moved on to the State
Tourney to Starke had
a 6-5 lead. Wilson then
..;4Allen: ; Melissa Burned and Melanie and Diane Woods be held In Punta Gorda, August 1-3. before allowing lone runs across In followed with
,. the fifth and sixth innings. Starke'sonly a single to score
Brother-Sister Place error of the night let the fifth inning Chandler for a 7-5 margin. That
'In Jr. PGA Golf run across and in the sixth two became 94 hi the top of the sixth as
b' doubles and a single pulled Western to Jesse Barber and Greg Wilkerson
JERRY : i The family combination of Hal and within 3-2 but a strong throw from left ,delivered two-out singles to plate
'" Diane Woods were the Starke placers fielder Daren Chandler held the tieing Sean Robinson and Stephen Jones.
In Monday's Junior PGA tour golf' run at third and the last batter popped Starke had poured five runs home
event at the Lake City Country Club. up to shortstop. Gerald Brown to end In the second: to take a M lead.
LAWSON A Hal shot 48 (nine boles) to tie for the,ame.' Chandler had a two-run double to left.
first in the boys 10-11( year old group Chandler had already made a rollIng Chuck,Colburn and Jones had RBI
while Diane's M was good for second catch In left. Brown had gone Into singles,and Brown and Robinson also
place.. six strokes behind the leader the bole twice to make nifty plays at bad singles in that uprising.
\? Supt. of Instruction .In the girls 12-14 category. short, Stephen Jones had played a Brown, who came on in relief In the
t r The golfers go to the University of sturdy role behind the plate, and second fourth inning with the score knotted
1002 Madison.: St' 964-6927, ., Florida course In Gainesville for next baseman Sean "Spiderman", 54 and promptly struck aanndbthira
Monday's stop on the North Florida Robinson made the play on a skimm strand runners at second
"'r> tour. Inf.JIl'OWIdar with men on base got the win. He was 2-for-3 at the
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QUALIFICATIONS It was a team effort,we made lot plate.

: Graduated from Bradford County High School in 1936, receiving. a } ,!
scholarship to the> University of Tampa. i
Worked sixteen years. In education; the first two In Bradford i

County as a business teacher., Nine of these years were) In two of i
//the biggest counties In the southeastern United States: Palm Beach THANKS! '

County. Florida and War County, Georgia as 'an occupational i ,
coordinator In which I placed students In distributive positions with ;! ft ,. sltlllC I, r

corporations such as J.C Penney Co.. Winn-Dixie, Plggly Wiggly. r, ;
Pantry Pride, Standard Oil. Shall. Phillips 66. Woolco's, Woolworth's Coca-Cola Co.'. and various
restaurants, funeral homes, newspapers hospitals and produce companies. Many of these studentsare I'm Sincerely'Gratefulkto ; !

now In top. management positions with these companies '

EXTRA ACCOMPLISHMENTS: the People of Bradford

Received the Dr. CJ. Houpt Sportsmanship Award at Bradford High School. for the
_, Scouted by the National Football League* and Canadian Football League during my junior year of col- County Having
lege but was unable to play professional' ball because) of a serious automobile accident |just before my .

:senior year While recuperating from Injuries I worked my way up from adjuster to assistant managerof Opportunity to Serve as 'i 10', -
one of the) largest consumer finance companies in the) United States (Associates' Finance) Co.). ;, .
Rowed on the University of Tampa crow; team that was second In the) nation to Fordham University' '" '"
anal was a sponsor of lntr-fratrnlty sorority council. Worked a full shift from 3:00 till midnight Of Your Property Appraiser

the American Can Co.while attending college.: : ,
Selected by the Palm Reach County. coaches as football coach of the)year-af'the end of the 1971 foot-
boll season : _..' .*, for the Past Four Years and to be

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I would like to use) this same) Initiative and drive to put Bradford County on the) map os one of the top Unopposed forthe Upcoming Elections..

educational- ,systems In'the Stat of. Florida one from which. students will be proud to graduate) .

'To make the Bradford County schools a safe place where our children and grandchildren can get the

best-education'possible 'In any occupation they choose to pursue. To do the above, I plan en being a
I working superintendent'and getting out to each school order to help as much as possible.To / Promise You that I Will// Continue .'

balance the budget among the Instructional programs so that every, program has on equal amount .

-of operating capital. .' to Work for You,jo the Best of : : *\
To keep class enrollment as small C.pa..lbl.! especially !In grades K.3.0 that each student con get my : I

,individual To put In attention.new 'Instructional programs such_ I as computer programming' computer operation, and executive Ability for the Next Four" Yearss\ '

management courses at the high school 'level so that the young people of Bradford County can ,'

,be prepared to operate In our competitive world of advanced technology.To ,
use taxpayers' money as carefully as po..lb'.ond' Improve existing facilities so that student will
get the best preparatlon'poesible to become farmers, doctors ,business executives secretaries, :Jimmy .Fllv-.r.'z:

teachers,'or any other occupation that they choose.To .
keep up with statistics showing,'the fields where most jobs will be'available and offer courses .

which will. help young; people become productive members of society' rather than a.part of .t th 4!' .Pr.Dp.rtX'PifJllr' ; __.....

< unemployment scene .. r* Pol A*<<. by Jey Lawecwi.",.. agjpe tWrl., ..A4v. '


HA TELEGRAPH July 11.1980 __

Bradford Cowboys 5.l a'I --- Clark TopsSummer

I Club

Sign-Up SaturdayThe __ With .488 BA

Kenny dark rapped the ball atia:
.483 pace one hit awa.trom .500-to
last day to sign up for Pop led Starke's summer baseball team
1 1jt
Warner football and Chen-leading iR ''t d) + t 1 Mike final statlatUsInekaiMd
I with the Bradford Cowboy la Saturday by Hartley.' ::
,August 2.at the Bradford Square 1 The summer
Shopping Center and the first practices I club,which Qnujh-
I are set for Monday night,August fill 13-1a-lj; ,hafd
4, from 5:30: to 7:30 p.m. five regulars ever
Registration will be held from 10 the .300 level. and
a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday for boy and n / finished wltaa lofty .
girls ages 7-13. Football and t J i .333 ;.team
11 held at a.J I average -*. :Neil
Wee is Fieabbeehind the t
t' VoTechschool. above the::hlgh

f, : '. school season productlon. -
11. Practice will be from 5:50: to 7:30: "" ,. :. "Tl.e
; p.m. each night, the maximum two .I things that
hours, with football sessions from from kept
: August 4 to August Thee held 1 too Keanydark much better
short for five days. teams g to record than njta
I pads on August 18, 19, 21, and 22. did were defensive errors and way too
t From August 25 through the end of the many bases on balls by our pitchct.
season practices will held on Monday, ((185 walks given in 148% in lnP)
Tuesday, and Thursday nights. .s f' y1f,14. i yin 7s Hartley aaicf.
For additional Information call .. !
-----" --
I Michelle Parker at 9644714. Bill Goodge (.435),. Scott All

Sunshine State Games ParticipantsStarke They are, tram left to right bottom rows CUtta (.384)), Ricky Sullivan (.333), and
had five athletes and a coach-tlmer-offlclal Hawkins, Lynn Loper, Linda DeWltt. a.4 Pam Mark Williams' (.318) Joined Clark!
participating in the Sunshine Mate Games track and Hawkins) back rows Barry Thomas aad Roadrunner above the .300 cutoff, with DftvM
Rainbow NuWaves field meet last Saturday in Galnesvlle. coach George Loper.20yearold Sparks (.299) and Richie Fend?
(.293) ,Just missing. Also, part- -*
Scott Hudson (.391) and Emmett
Fall Short in "Open"Rainbow Watkins. (3-for-9 ,333) ,bad bigjiaverages.
Sisters Nat 4 Medals at State Games J'nark

Marine of Brooker couldn't get past Macclenny's Crackers and was ..... alas the club leader fn
third and NuWaves of Starke exited early In the Men's"Open" District tourna- -
ment played In Macclenny last weekend. Sisters CUita and Pam Hawkins CUita Hawkins won a rain-drenched long Jump (14) and- hits with 39;and In RBl's ((41)), stoleh
Senna It Company of Melbourne everybody else shooting for second,breez- brought home a pair of medals each, silver in the Women's Open sixth in the 100 meters (109.37 yards) baaes (24), homers (to, and sacrifice
ing to the win in undefeated fashion with the runnerup Crackers getting the se- Barry Thomas just missed a bronze, (18-and-up) discus with a heave of In 13.0. flies (2)).He also scored 27 times, and!
cond ticket to the state "Open" tourney In Bradenton, August 1-3. and little Linda DeWltt ran pu girls 87-74 and a bronze in the shot put Thomas, who will go to Seminole had seven triples-, both second on the
For Rainbow Marine,two 1 losses to the Crackers by scores of 6-2 and 10-3 shat- her own age in the Sunshine State with a 284 put. Pam a 14yearoldwho Community College in the Fall as a quad* ;J
tered their dream to return to the state tourney after a first-ever appearance in Games track and field competition will move up to Bradford High decathlete, popped a :21-10V4 long Goodge.whose 5-0 record was thl
Starke last season. They whipped Martin's Waterproofing of Orange Park 3-2 held last Saturday at the University of School In the faD, closed last with her Jump to stand third after the most Impressive of the hurlers, topt
and 14-1 and NuWaves 8-2 last weekend but the Crackers had their number. Florida's Percy Beard Track. last to strides to win a bronze in the preliminaries but couldn't get off a pad the team in at bats (85).' runs
The event big disappointment for NuWavea, which was 18-5 in Just as in the Olympics gold, silver, Junior Women's (13-15) 200 meters good Jump in the finals, scratching .scored (31),doubles (5)). and triples.
toppsllu a couple 01 tourney wins was withoutthe and bronze medals were awarded for with a 28.3 clocking and anchored the twice and bad to settle for fifth In the ((8).He was second to Clark in homer*
services of J.J. Wheeler ( undereadoff hitter Terrry "first second and third in this firstminiolympics" third place District in 400 meter Senior Men's (16-...) class. with four; and hits with ST. : 1
Hardee (National Guard duty). After a forfeit win over no-show Ocala Toyota for Florida.. relay team. She was seventh in the DeWitt,who Just turned 13,was the Randy Parade was second In base

NuWaves was blasted by powerful Senne 20-5 and eliminated by Rainbow. ..... first girl in her 13-15 year old age thefts with 15,while Allen was third lit
Doug Brown doubled home Gary Melvin with the deciding: run in Rainbow's group across the line In the 5,000 hits(28)),runs((23),and runs batted In
win over Martin's while Dick Wheeler and Toby Dillow ripped three hits each meters and was sixth In the Senior (18).-Sullivan was toughest to fans
and Doug Brown was 2-for-3 in the Brooker club's win over NuWaves. Gary G'ville Clubs Dominate "B"gave Women's category and the 12th with only three strikeouts In 54 atoats.
Melvin was 4-for-4 and Dillow and Wesley Sheffield contributed three hits each in finisher overall in the combined :

the 14-1 blasting of Martin's. The three top men's "B" teams Todd's Gym of Macclenny Women's Open-Women's Senior run.' Williams. Fender, and Randy
Bill Ratllff was S-for-7, Randall Thomas 4-for-6, and Greg Moyer 3-for-fl with from the Gainesville city league flexed wanted, falling 5-4 on a homer inBthe Still, because there was no Junior Parado'tied for the lead In walks,
the only home run for NuWaves. "Ratliff and Moyer were the bright spots for us their muscles last weekend -, eighth but was rudely ousted by Girls category at that long distance drawn with 15 free passes each.. v ."
with their defense" ," added NuWaves coach Fred Wheeler. "They made some finishing 1-2-3 In the Sub-District tournament ,W.W. Gayz0.3. her personal record time of 20:23 did Fender, the youngest of the pitchers :
super plays. at Westside Field In Starke.It Buddy Paterson was 8-for-8 (.750)! not earn her a medal. It did earn her had the best earned run
was a question of too much powerto and John Ramsey had a 7-for-10 .700 praise from Bradford Roadrunner average and the only one below 3.00,
contend with for Starke'a two en- weekend for BG&T.Larry Brown was coach George Loper. "Linda peaked at 282. Sparks was the only hurler
trants BG&T and Hayes Electric- 5-for-7 with two homers,Johnny Griffls Just at the right moment," Loper beside Goodge with a winning record'
I and the rest of the field. Champion added two four-baggers, and (beamed. ,. (3-2-1) and led the staff In strikeouts,
?IYUJIliU0 a UI3L7 ? Guynn's of High Springs boomed 29 Jackson Prevatt hit .500. Lynn Loper. stood tenth in'the with 42 and in.i innings with 41. .
: :
homers in five games, Gainesville Donny Nettles led Hayes with a Senior Women's shot put at 22.814. yAir .
., Tire, which came out of the loser's 4-for-7 tourney while it was Wayne
I. .. bracket dogfight to beat Guynn's:25-18 Teston who hit the only Hayes home
i Terry Hardee -.. 115.20 before falling in the title game 15-11., run. Mike Gaskins was 3-for-fl.
Wins BronzeIn _. _.W_.s.lly." '...,..Anal.Hi smacked 24 out in six games, and Guynn's (4-1) and Gainesville Tire
tin CIoI..and.. _MwlnKlf.dtat.il s.kky .and.wW.4*nrnMH.am. _Mrti ..- third placer W.W. Gay poled 23 shotsIn (4-2) both qualified for the District
Shooting 5....1.015.d *.5.sr..d.. five outings.By comparison BGAT tourney with the top two finishes.Guynn's .
l Terry Hardee, a Bradford County ----y -. had five homers in three games and beat W.W. Gay 25-11,Todd's
1 boy who now lives near Smith Lake in -..-.s.d_5.M11l.a'14.,5.-a.w..d1. 2.50x611. Hayes hit one out In two losses. .. Gym of Macclenny 21-10, and
( the Keystone Heights area,took home -- BG&T ended In a tie for fifthjin' the Gainesville Tire.23-11 in the winnersbracket.
1 a bronze medal from the Sunshine an11dl. W.LoY nine-team tourney.They opened witha Gainesville Tire,which end-
I State Games high-power rifle 5..l. .14 9-8 win over Baldwin Auto"Parts ed W.W. Gay 6-5, to get to the finals,
i shooting competitions held at Camp -_ 441a.MM 44.1Cs. before being rocked. by Gainesville then beat Guynn' 25-18 but Guynn'swon .
I Standing's/ Hutcheson Range last 1.1.1 Tire 22-4 and W.W., ,Gay 18-4. Hayes the finale 1511. -- -
v weekend. "
t Hardee, who has been shooting on Sa.
the state rifle team for five years and Smallfry Minor
P has twice been national guard state League SoftballThe Elect ffI)
tl champ with the local guard unit, was
C third in the 200-yard rapid fire stage Astros topped the Reds 18-8 In a
t; expert class. There was some 60 comI rain makeup game last Wednesday to JoeWilliams '
-. petitors in the two-day Shootout and end the Smallfry Minor regular ,
v Hardee said "It was tough competition. season. *
... If you won it you earned it." The special night games slated for T; Y Gas Grills ConditionersSlasbed
Hardee used the military M-14 In Tuesday night were rained out but

competition. have been rescheduled: for Thursday, .
August 7. The fifth and sixth place d
teams play at 5:30: p.m.,the third and City a I JET CHEF 's\asb
Ballet Signups fourth placers at 6:30 p.m., and the JACUZZI ;:
ContinueThe top two teams at 7:30 p.m. Commissioner.Group s World's Ci* Grills

reminds Starke residents Recreation that more Department students A_ w.a..1.,.A5.44555.5,.. ._45 Twin Cost. : r r"i :, I

are needed for ballet classes that M. 1 I I 4AMfMi 5 ;
could be offered this fall, starting in 0.l<....,!.>.*few 6,.,.to...._ Iron Burners : i
MIJwl Miiijlui, wi4 CMy l.M m.....<3...at and : } I ', ;
September.The ..... ., V BrOf C fQNt
_. _
OM 5.d d..5. wl.M.d.r.d A man with experience in both business and I "
classes, which will taught by 15..5..d. Cooking I
Sharon MacMillan, cost $10 per .. ..A.dp--.....a.a..a.d 1..a government who will work with others at City Grates 1:=..' ..

from month 8-7 and will. for be ages held 8-9 on,Mondays and from, -. Hall-:-and' you-to improve the operations of the cityto e Wood Shelf :, i. I

7-8 p.m. for ages 10-and-up. 11..11.. w.a.IIs. .... better fill the needs of all of our people. e Heat Oougo I .
,,_ 'NA -z Whirl P 001\\
.4 Graduate of of Florida
University College of 18,000 BfT.U. '
Smallfry Major -y-- 1.11 M Business Administration. S19888.102O--- !

League SoftballThe ,... :
Member of Starke Zoning and Planning Commis- Others From ONLY $39800 ;

league-leading Peanuts topped sion. '. 95 ... .
the Snoopys 22-13 with Stefanie Thorn $99 I
ton tallying five runs and the second Business .
place' Kermits topped the same LP@ffi1r QUIZ property owner. Gas :
Snoopys M as play in the Smallfry Member of Chamber of Commerce.
Major League entered Its last week. Refrigerators I
The teams are scheduled to play Member of Starke Civitan Service Club.
special night games Monday night BOBBY BONDS STRUCK OUT SlashedICE ;
August 4. The fifth and sixth place A MAJOR LEAGUE RECORD Marine Pilot WWII and Korea. s\asbed :;
teams will play at 5:30: p.m., the third HOLDS Member First Presbyterian Church. ;
and fourth .- ..
placers at 8:30 p.m., and :;- '
the first and second place finishers at A. WILLIE''S'TA.R.'LL Please vote for : 1i I
7:30 p.m. B HARMON KILLEBREW .me on l" ': :

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morning. PresiPresi I dent : 1
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Bradford Cowboys 'Clark; TopsSummer .

I Club

Sign-Up SaturdayThe + With .488 BA '

Kenny Clark rapped the ball af:.
.488 pace-one hit away from..soototoad '
last day to sign up for Pop 'rx Start*'* summer baseball team
.' Warner! football and cheerleading ? In hitting according: to final atatlstitsKtoaMtTby
t, .' with the Bradford Cowboys Is Saturday 'b, '1't coach MUte Hartley: :,- ':
'''''.; ,August 2,at the Bradford Square The aunrln r
Shopping Center and the first prac- dub, which fjnirtired )
I tices are!set for Monday night,August 11.10.1" ,hard
4, from 5-30: to 7:30 p.m. five regulars:overthe !
Registration will be held from 10 1 .300 level aid
a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday for flubbed wltha lofty -
girl* ages 7-13. Football sand Q .933 Jteam
cheerleading practice will be held at average _-,:wen:
Westaide Field, behind the Vo-Tech above thVftigh:
school I school season pro
Practice: will be from 5:50: to 7:30 .. duction.
J each night, the maximum two things that keptgelCnsryClalrk
hour', with football sessions from : from, having
August 4 to August 15 being held In $ much bettSrrecord
shorts for five days. The teams go to than *:e
pads on August 18, 19, 21, and 22. did were defensive errors and way too
From August 25 through the end of the many bases on balls by our pltchefs(16S
season practices will held on Monday, '. : L a ,: ( walks given: In M8tt Innings)?'
Tuesday, and Thursday nights. Hartley saldT '|
For additional Information call .. .,
-- -- -- M T -_
Michelle Parker at 864-6714. Bill Goodge (.435)<< Scott All$n
Sunshine State Games Participants They are m.. left to right bottom raw Chits (.384), Ricky Sullivan (.333), and
Starke had five athletes aad a coach-Uiner-ohTkUl: Has Lynn Leper. Linda DeWltt. aid Pam ,Mark William (.318) joined CIa sk
participating In the Sunshine. State Game track and Hawkins; back row! Barry Thomas and Readraoaer above the .300 cutoff, with D.vtd
Rainbow NuWaves field meet last Saturday la Calnesvlle. coach George Leper. Sparks (.299) and Richie Fen s"
(.293) Just missing. Also, parttlmetfs
Scott Hudson .391)' and Emmett
Fall Short in "Open"Rainbow Watkins (3-for-9.333) ,bad, faigji
Sisters Nat 4 Medals at State Games averages. .
Marine of Brooker past Macclenny's Cracker and was also'
was the club leader j
third and NuWaves of Starke exited early in the Men's"Open" District tourna- Clark i
ment played In Macclenny last weekend. Sisters Cillta and Pam Hawkins 20-year-old CWta Hawkins won a rain-drenched long Jump (14-3) and hits with 39;and In RBI'a ((41)<< stolefi
Senne&Company of Melbourne left everybody else shooting for second,breez- brought home a pair of medals each, liver In the Women's Open sixth In the 100 meters (109.37 yards) ,bases 24). homer ((5)), and sacrifice
ing to the win in undefeated fashion with the runnerup Crackers getting the se- Barry Thomas just missed a bronze, U-and-up) discus with a heave of In 13.0. flies (2).He) also scored 27 times ami
cond ticket to the state"Open" tourney in Bradenton, August 1-3: and little Linda DeWltt ran past girls 87-7*, and a bronze In the shot put Thomas, who win go to SemInole _had seven triples, both second on f.
For Rainbow Marine,two losses to the Crackers by scores of 6-2 and 10-3 shat- her own age in the Sunshine State with a 28-9 put Pam, a 14yearoldwho Community College In the Fall as a squad :
tered their dream to return to the state tourney after a flrst-ever appearance In Games track and field competition will move up to Bradford High decathlete, popped a JU-lWi long Goodge, whose 8-0 record was I
Starke wt season. They whipped Martin' Waterproofing of Orange Park 3-2 held last Saturday University of School In the faD,closed fast with her Jump to stand third after, thepreliminaries most impressive 01 the hurlers, to
and 1..1 and NuWavIIII last weekend but the Crackers had their nWllber.The Florida's Percy Beard Track. last to stride to win a bronze in the but couldn't get off a at bats (85)
event was also a big disappointment for NuWaves, which was 16-8 in Just as In the Olympic gold,silver, Junior Women' (13-15) 200 meters good Jump in the finals, scratching ,soled((31), dou (3)). and triple, r1IIW;
Starke league play with a couple of tourney wins under its without and bronze medals were awarded for ,with a 26.3 clocking and anchored the twice, and had to settle for fifth in the ((8). He was second Clark homers
the services of top slugger J.J. Wheeler (injury) and belthitter Terrry first second and third In this first"minlolympfcs" third place District III 400 meter Senior Men's ((18-18) class. with four; and hits with 37. 'I]!
Hardee (National Guard duty). After a forfeit win over no-show Ocala Toyota for Florida. relay team. She was seventh In the DeWitt who Just turned 13,was the Bandy Parade was second In base;
NuWaves was blasted by powerful Senne 20-5 and eliminated by Rainbow. first girl in her 13-15 year old age thefts with 13,while Allen was third lit
Doug Brown doubled home Gary Melvin with the deciding: run in Rainbow's 3-2 A group ,across the line In the 5,000 hits(28)),runs(23),and runs batted
win over Martin' while Dick Wheeler and Toby Dillow ripped three hits each meters and was sixth In the Senior ((18)).,Sullivan was toughest to fan lit
and Doug Brown was :a-ror.lln: the Brooker club's win over NuWaves. Gary G'ville Clubs Dominate "B"The Women's category and the 12th with only three strikeouts in 54 Ali
Melvin was 4-for-4 and Dillow and Wesley Sheffield contributed three hits each in finisher overall u the combined bats. :

the 14-1 blasting of Martin's. three top men' "B" teams gave Todd's Gym of Macclenny all it Women's Open-Women's Senior run. Williams,' Fender, and Randy
Bill Ratliff was S-for-7. Randall Thomas 4-for-6. and Greg Moyer 3-for-6 with wanted Still, because there was no Junior Parado" ,
from the Gainesville city league flexed falling 8-4 on a homer in the tled for the lead in walks
the only home run for" NuWaves. "Ratliff and Moyer were the bright spots for us their muscles last weekend -, eighth, but was rudely ousted by Girls category at time distance drawn with 15 free passes each. v -
with their defense" added NuWaves coach Fred Wheeler. "They made some finishing 1-2-3: in the Sub-District tournament W.W. Gay 203. her personal record 20:23 did Fender, the youngest of the 'pitchers
super plays. at Westside Field In Starke.It Buddy Paterson was 6-for-8 (.750) not earn her a medal.did earn her : had the best earned run
was a question of too much powerto and John Ramsey had a 7-for-10.700 praise from Bradford Roadrunner average and the only one below 3,00,
contend with for Starke's two entrants weekend for BG&T.Larry Brown was coach George Loper. "Linda"peakedjuat at 2.<2. Sparks was the only hurler
BG&T: and Hayes Electric- B-for-7 with two homers Johnny Grit at the right moment, Loper beside Goodge with a winning record'
; and the rest of the field. Champion fi* added two four-bagger, and peamed. ((3-2-1) and led the staff in strikeouts
lJll1m'i1 (Il AWL( { Guynn's of High Springs boomed 29 Jackson: Prevatt hit .500. Lynn Loper stood tenth in the with :42 and In innings with 41.
homers in five games, Gainesville Donny Nettle led Hayes with a Senior Women' shot put at 2WJVi., 2.
Tire, which came out of the loser's 4-for-7 tourney while it was Wayne :
51515-U. bracket dogfight to beat Guynn's 25-18 Teston who hit the only Hayes home
I Terry Hardee _. 175.10 before falling la the title game 15-11. run. Mike Gaskins was S-for-6.
Wins BronzeIn ,.,.(.I.5,5.1.._...."..AMI Owm.An,Nil*. smacked 24 out in six games, and Guynn's (4-1) and Gainesville Tire s
InCM!.and...-.4 btoy MN./.11..r.d(.., MOT*It s.d I CbN.-_M... third placer W.W. Gay poled 23 shots ((4-2) both Qualified for the District I J
Shooting --sd. lNghw_Li.k In five outings. By comparison BGAT tourney with the top two finishes.Guynn's .
c Terry Hardee, a Bradford County -.. 5A.h1., had five homers in three games and beat W.W.Gay 25-11, Todd's
.....,. .
I boy who now lives near Smith Lake InC -UM.lh-,..-sd.Od,'.h.Y..d Mow.d 5..MI -, Hayes hit one out in two losses. Gym of Macclenny 21.10, and sf Y
the Keystone Heights area,took home BG&T ended a tie for Hfth> the Gainesville Tire 23-11 in the winner's f
, a bronze medal from the Sunshine INwO... W-Lo' nine-team tourney.They openedwlth! bracket. Gainesville Tire, which ended 6-w .
State Games high-power rifle SIC a 9-8 win over Baldwin islePArts W.W. Gay 6-8, to get to the finals, ........
f shooting competitions held/ at Camp c-__ MO 44Irh. before being rocked by Gainesville then beat Quynn's 29-18 but Guyon's ___ -- ...f ,;
I Standing's Hutcheson Range last ... !.*. Tire 22-4 and W.W., Gay 184. Hayes won the finale 19-11. .M< 1"1" -
v weekend. .
., '
t Hardee who has been shooting on "" .
the state rifle team for five years and Smallfry Minor ....
D has twice been national guard state SoftballThe Elect
tI) champ with the local guard unit, was League
C third In the 200-yard rapid fire stage Astros topped the Reds 184 In a ,
t expert class. There was some 60 competitors rain makeup game last Wednesday to .Ja. -
F. in the two-day Shootout and end the Smallfry Minor regular Air
" Hardee said "It :
was tough competition. season.
... if you won it you earned it." The special night games slated for Gas Grills ConditionersSlashed
Hardee used the military M-14 in Tuesday night were rained out but Williams
competition. have been rescheduled for Thursday,
August 7. The fifth and sixth place d
teams play at 5:30: p.m., the third and City y ; JACUZZI JET tHEF .s\asb' s. '
Ballet Signups fourth placers at 6:30: pm., and the _, :
ContinueThe top two teams at 7:30: p,m. CommissionerGroup World' Fintst Grills ar1

Starke Recreation Department ..,... ,, -
< MttMmt I
reminds residents that more studentsare 4 4 . !. \....... .A.:_ Twin Cost 111 :-
needed for ballet classes that m* 15515-6 5 rw I
could be offered! this fall, starting in ,, *..*Oaitrf Mm...,. IoM.wea..d cl.d.on..d s__ ::11 I.
September.The classes. which will taught by ._..... Klulmn 1-. OM w./e..d/ Jmta W,lulmW.lt< A man with'experience in both business and V BrOfCAflOHKCooking. : :

Sharon MacMillan, cost $10 per -.--sd"...--.d I s. government who will work with others at City Orate I 1-- j } '
_. .111tI11lltl1ill ,
month and will be held on Mondays,
from &-7 p.m. for ages 6-9, and from .. Hall---and you-to improve the operations of the cityto Wood Shell i ,
7-8 p.m. for ages 10-and-up -I. lit better fill the needs of all of our people. H tOaua --i .
0- INAM Whirlpool$19888.102Ov -
,.. $4Ow. Graduate of of -'
University of
College B.T.U.
Smallfry Major ... .C ,18,000
,/.h... Ill Business Administration.

League league-leading SoftballThe Peanut topped I-15 Member of Starke Zoning and Planning Commis Otters From ONLY $3980[ ; ,I t I

the Snoopys 22-13 with Stefanie Thorn- sion. $9995 '-" '
ton tallying five runs and the second Business -
place Kermita topped the same 1J'@ffi1f' QUIZ property owner. Gas :
Snoopys 5-0 as play in the Smallfry Member of Chamber of Commerce. Ranges
Major League entered its last week. Refrigerators '
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1 the ::8 ; ;';r SUPPLEMENT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.UNION' ,', aa o ""n tn&w The Lake RegionMONITOR The Union County


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! .',"Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- Isn't sure whether he's free -, as a highlight of his career and he "That's Just the way it Is. The trial ...
dish,who won his third term In office M'f j jt' ford sheriff to be given a Into J ( also became a certUld'pollc.. process is worse DOW than 15 years
:last week when no ODe qualified : 1.Th office but as far as be knows be Is. academy teacher.Reddish ago aa far as processing cases. They
\ against him has never been hot at Whitehead set another record in agrees with WhItehead are handled attorneys in a
and. never had to hoot anybody during ) 1932 when at age 27, be was the that"the courts today have gotten too back room shuffling papers' Reddish -
his first eight year on the Job. t. youngest man to be elected to that office defendant-oriented that they've says.Like .
I ; Sheriff John Whitehead of nion in Florida at that time. "Back In become a stumbling block in the Whltehead, Sheriff Reddish
County also getting a free ride for his those days you Just didn't run for judicial process." It's a change that still has ties to his rural background,
I eighth term starting next January l sheriff unless you were at least 40," has evolved over the years In federal and managing a small farm la his
:says "I've been shot at.,I've had my Whitehead Joked. Dolph Reddish was .state and local courts, Reddish says. chief: diversion.
automobile shot Into,and I've had two 99 when elected to his first term but "It seems like whether the defendant "But I like the work. I like this
men killed who were working for had served with his father as deputy is guilty or not guilty has become sheriffing business" Reddish
and chief deputy for several.yearsprior secondary to all the legalities surrounding declares\ with the prospect of another
Considering! the longevity of their to that. the case," the sheriff adds. four years In office looming ahead.
terms In this sensitive office, and the Born en''October 29, 1924 on a
comparative mildness of their encounters pioneer farm on (the western banks of
neither New River (still owned by the Union
Reddish nor Whiteheadoufd qualify County Sheriff and the site of his fam-
for the fuzz role in "Smokle and The ed annual birthday parties). JOIN OUR MUG CLUB!
Bandit. Nor are they apt to add a Whitehead became Interested In law
new chapter to the lurid lore of that w., 'Rh enforcement while serving. a shore
27-year period of Bradford County patrolman In the U.s.Navy In FOOD Each Week An Ad In Paper TeflsDlacount
history when five sheriffs died with His elected- [ ice enforcement= FREE For Club Members.
their boots on in a sixth started Just after that.a winner of a
died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds; district constable post In Union County -FREE:: PRIZES Monthly Drawling
three deputy sheriffs were killed In office ; .in 194S..
and one city marshal and an acting -
night marshal died at the' Whitehead Now Dean Still Ukes Farm DRINKS AT DISCOUNT PRICES. 14 on
business end of a smoking gun. When not on active duty,Whitehead Reddish First to Go Regular Price When Served In Your Own Mug. &.
But those apparently Of Florida Sheriffs usually be found tending chores '
days are gone can
forever, and. the sheriff of Bradfordand around the picturesque farm site own Unopposed in Bradford ,**MU9 Club Members This Week* I'\i-I
the sheriff of Union (which used contested term, drawing some colorful ed by his forebears since Civil War
to be all one county) now spend more and close opposition in all all of his days or trailing his dogs on hunting dish was elected In 1948, but Dolph (July 31. Aug. 81) Your Sub V Price (Eat-In| Only)) :
time fighting paper! work than tracing races for office. Dolph his heir to the trips In the area. his favorite bobby. continued operation of the farm:
the footsteps of Gary Cooper in"High office Is currently coasting into a Besides membership In the Florida After serving a four-year stint In
Noon. third term after hotly contested races. Sheriffs Association/ ,which he served' the U.S. Air Force during the Korean LITTLE ITALY RESTAURANT
in 1972 and '75. as president in 1979, Whitehead War. Reddish found himself un- I
:.A New Ball Game serves on the board of trustees of prepared for civilian life. In short "I 3015. k 9 6 4-
'Commenting on the changes he has Dean of Sheriffs Florida Boys Ranch a project in needed" a Job, and my dad needed a
: seen in law enforcement during his 32 WhItehead shares the title of dean which both he and Reddish are vitally Jailer, the sheriff says. "You might
yean, In office Whitehead recently) of Florida sheriff dom with B.R.QuInn Interested. say I kinda backed Into law enforce
commented,"It's an entirely new ball of Citrus County. Both have served .' J ment but it got Into.my blood and Icouldn't :!
I game-there's no comparison. The the same number of terms but The 47-year-old Reddish literally get I it ouL"
paperwork !s tenfold today, and the Whitehead calls Quinn the "senior "grew with a law enforcement: Early Moonlighting
entire court system. Is much more dean" because he'" "a little bit. background being only 17 when his A Jailer by day and a deputy by BALDWIN :
: father was first elected sheriff."I
complicated. got those
ofWhitehead night during first Red
: n' claims another record In familiar with the routine at years
"People today don't know the an early dish the
J rose through ranks and beat
meaning of a speedy trial. A man being the first sheriff of Union County tare, driving my daddy around on five other candidates for the .
in from the western half and helping out In other I vacancy CHEVROLET OLDS :
could plead then if he (created 1921 In the office when his father decided :
wanted to" Whited continued, inferring -. of Bradford) to run unopposed. Since the Bradford sheriff says. The funnilymoved ,to retire In 1972.
that the current emphasis on Bradford's history date back considerably to town from their farm at ,His graduation In 1969 from the FBI ,
the rights of criminals and the consequent farther-to ISU-Reddlsb Hellbroon Springs when "Pete" Red-. ,Academy Is looked upon by Reddish
endless appeals to higher seals.
courts marked 1p
sl ddo ofthejnhdidalproac .This used Car
Is a conclusion with which Reddish
wholeheartedly agrees.In "
their unopposed bids for new CASU' !
terms in an office that usually attracts sp-I.\o :MiD'CARliy1" l
heated opposition and creates I'f. 1979 Ford.TBird
more voter interest in rural Florida, ft\. (\ .
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counties than any other race on the t < SALE 9q9a' I... I
ticket both Whitehead and Reddish. ., t-t- "rff Split Seats, Power Windows. Road Wheels I
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are setting records of a sort. ''c.' .'. -.t.. Vinyl Top And Much More. Opot Owpst. ... ,;
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When be completes his new four- S5295001978VWBus
/ year term starting next January,
Whitehead will have rounded out 32 ', !455 Main St. ,Lake Butler ,496-2985 I '
years In the office-the last three

terms will being have set won a record without for opposition.He longevity. 2 Days Only-All Sale. Items Are At Cost Or Below Cost ,All l The Seats Tinted Glass Auto Trans. r

in the or office Union of Sheriff County in either with Bradford the Bring Your Truck and And Your Cash Stereo And Clean As Any New One.

runner-up being the late Sheriff P.D.Reddish ,
of Bradford County. who $629500
spent 24 years behind the badge.
: Such long tenure Is In marked contrast 'i .

Lake with Butler that of who George served W.Eppersonof only 11 I a, .# BroyhlllDining 1 Only/ SofaO"\ .2 Po. '1977 Olds Starfire H.B. CoupeOne

months of his first term in 1885 before
being killed while attempting to arrest Room Suits 3 PC. Chair-Ottoman .Sofa fi Chairpack Owner With 5 Speed Trans Air Cond..
criminal from this
fugitive area
who had "holed up" In Valdosta. Ga., j\eQ- '1409M. Herculon Beige/ Plaid Vlnyl-HlQb Back Power Steering & V6 Engine Check This

fate.His son.After Henry being suffered appointed a to similar serve I Dining Table Sale Early American; StyleReg. S&19 Reg. s \. Out At $349500

out his father's unexpired term, he 18 699M
was elected for a full term In 1888, but Chairs a 94100 $3G1.aa $3anaO
served only one year before meeting 1 China Cabinet 789 .
death while attempting to arrest a 1977 Datsun B 210 H.B. Coupa'
notorious gambler and desperado. "Only only\ 1 Only
.The third Epperson to serve In the SofaChair 1 i sofafigaoled .*', Only 42,000 Miles With .4 Speed And
office, W.J. (Will) bad better luck.. I 2 Po. Silver Nylon
Elected to the Ill-fated office in 191S I Velvet Print1 ,. Seat''J. Sofa & Loyd. Seal Air Cond. Good Mileage With This One
he served unharmed for 20 years .eO- Solid
p Green Nylon
\ before dying of natural causes. Style $ 369500
1.. Present ,Sheriff Dolph Reddish, Low BackBeautlfU{ Reg779"I) ..1191'Contemp.. Lovely SuiteSals
;I when he completes his third term in JReg.t739. ,
H 1964, will have contributed to almost $415og $.410'0 $47500 '
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half a century of family service in | 1979 Chevrolet. Chavatta 4 Boer
Bradford County public office. His
father served as county commissioner Auto Trans. Air Cond. And A One Owner
for ten years before being | I Only Sofa Chair 1; Only only\ Bedroom Suite
elected to the office of sheriff In 1948. RepossessionSofafi $4495
where he served an unbroken 24-year Blue Green a Off Whlta Print Trippla Dresser, Cheat of I
The elder Reddish however "
never enjoyed the luxury of an un- Contemp.. Chair ;Head Board Mirror Nlta Table
Sale I 1977 Chevrolet One Ton Flat Bad
New Cost -
'Duck Season Dates .699 t.eQ. S 43S00 '739 4 'Villi. .2310 $739's S-%-SlaAGO 4 Speed: 350 V8, Power Steering & Brakes,

Approved by GFC Twin Saddle'Tanks For Long Range Use.

.8t her 1 Only 1 Only
LAKELAND Tbe'198041 waterfowl :

before season sunrise will begin on Wednesday one-half hour UIRllo.lR A Fla. ......; \ Bedroom'Suit.l.drooR" ., 399500. ..... .
November 26, according to action' '
and taken Fresh Water Fish 25 Commission by the Game } Suites', I. t.eQ. 899" BroyhiMiSale 1976 Olds 98 Regency 4 Door :

Lakeland.Its meeting at the Hilton Inn in at.ha Same Kind .a! 11 \ f\80. ,,00 Local,On6.Owner With Only 33,000 Miles.

j. Under the migratory bird SAVINGS I I $525 '"'\ a$715 And Loaded With Equipment :

I framework approved the b

j,. duck two and phases coot season The will first again will a be Buy One Lamp, tHat adding at ,$ $3395 -;

November 28 through December 7 \ '
and the second from December IS 1/2PHJCE SAY3iiiSAB
i through January 19. This fall steel w."a..ralMor.. Good) Buys
I shot will be required in all gauge eels At These Prices Are CASH ONLY NO REFUNDS You Pick Up a Deliver On Your Truck.
: shotguns In areas where steel shot Is "
In Stock JlfflWSTARKE
I required. If Wa Malta Delivery It'WI' Be OH, Of Total Cost In County 8% Outside County. Alt Merehandsa. I* i\ !

4 :;.Iove.on win begin October 4' First Quality New.. None Def.ctlve: .J Will Be Sold As la. ;\t tSALEa' r

t and continue In Its first phase through ALL -ARE':FINAL NO ggggrr QN THESE PMCE8. Credit WIN Be Owen gaff At Hegular I I, '
r November 2. The second phase willet :
under way. November 8 and runs Price Pleas Be Reasonable And Do Not Ask For Further Dies ashts./'As Stated AbcwwAIFumltur*, -B-A .
l, until November 23 with the last phase .to At Coat Or Below Coat ,
December 13 through January IS. ,
Shooting hours remain' from noon until FLORIDA'i
sunset. Be Hero,At Opening Time 9 AM 5:30: PM Aug.., 1,si & 2nd. ,;' ',' '; ;<'< '

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FSP Escapee's She was given the choice of a Juryor Man Ilit on Road Inmate Files New Driver's License Armed Robber ThonTsA ( :Ior.;

Freedom Is Brief a non-Jury trial.She chose' the DODo As He Repaired Auto Assault Charges Hours Are Set Up Holds Up ..'
jury trial before Judge Elsie S. clerk at the'l'b Service Station ,
An Inmate from Florida State New hours have been set up for ?
Sanders. She declined having an ..t.torney. .- A Gainesville Charges have been filed by \a19yearold north of Starke US;:r. : t
Prison was recaptured about an hour man was Injured as Division of Driven License offices In located 3 miles on I
and a half after he escaped from the be tried to repair his car Wednesday, Medical Inmate at the Receptionand the State of Florida, Including the dance 301 was held up,Thursday July Mat!. ,J";
Center Lake Butler
unit Thursday July 24, at 5:30: a.m. About 30-minutes after her Iniatlal July 21, at 4:10 p.m. during a heavy near at the Florida HIghway. Patrol, 3:13 a.m. by a white male who fled :.
A spokesman nor the Department of court a..-rance, Banks notified the rainstorm on CR 2317.7 miles south of that Inmate he has been assaulted by another Sub-Station U.S. 301 north at the with an undetermined amount of..... ...
two days after arriving at
court that she had her husband Lake Butler.A .
Corrections Aid Larry Bell wa askedto Starke limits. money.A .. -.
recaptured by officer from FSP and by phone and be her to get 1987 Ford sedan operated RMC Records say RMC officials. The local city office"Will be open Tuesday man la his teens or early 10'...,. :
the matter resolved and disposed of at Ann Whitehead M of Lake Butler show Billy Ladd, 19, who If he ha
the Reception and Medical Center ins sentenced to through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6p.m. asked attendant Lee WlMlns southbauul was a two-year prison :
River the court session. was on CR 231 traveling container to -IiL.The mail
swampy area along the New The office will be closed Saturday put gas '
about a mile east of PS?. Judge Sanders called her up and 55 to 60 miles per hour In heavy rain, term from arrived St. Lucie County Monday Sunday and Monday of each then pulled a fcog _"' .
21 at RMC forcedgins
Bell was serving a five year prison when she told him aba didn't pilfer the struck a puddle of water on the July Friday July WeeK. and demanded money, : ,' .
term from Clay and Duval County for merchandise from the Handy Way highway! lost control of her vehicle, 25.A for DOC out The hours have been set up on a to lay on the Door, fled on foot...'" :
Burglary and Forgery with the Store at CR IS and Lake Street In struck the rear of a 1972 Datsun spokesman pointed statewide basis by the Department of with the loot according to the Bradford -';'' : -
Starke the court ordered Banks to sedan,owned Gregory Boyd, 24 of Ladd charged Inmate Prentis 1.: '
sentence taking the first week: in Juneof by Motor Vehicles drivers licenses division Sheriff of flee. .
Richardson with him into
stand trial. Gainesville and ran into Boyd who luring a made tbl4"- .
bad been aa
this effective No arrests
year.Broken and Friday,August
Banks remained In court and after waa working on his disabled vehicleon restroom during a movie,Sunday,July are went to press. :
listening to a number of defendants the west shoulder. Whitehead's 27, with the promise of sharing 1. paper
Nose, Wreck having the public defender appointedto vehicle then traveled 300 feet crossing some marijuana. Records show Ladd .' ;
Aborts G'ville ChaseA represent them,she asked from the the east shoulder, coming to rest in .accompanied Richardson to the. : !:
audience if she could have an attorney the ditch, according to the Florida restroom, where he was assaulted. 1 !E;"
former Starke police officer sustained appointed.Judge Sanders then Highway Patrol. "It's one man's word against
a broken nose when his appointed the public defenders officeto was taken by another, but we will prosecute' Col. .
Alachua County Sherifra Department's represent her, after she Informedthe rescue unitrttoithe VA hospital in W.L. Durban says. ":;:: 7.
patrol car was wrecked while court: she did not work. Gainesville for treatment of his In- 'i'
be was answering. call to an armed ...
robbery Wednesday, July 2J, at the Trooper R.E. (Buck) Phillips cited

Jiffy Avenue Store in Gainesville., 5412 East University Out of Control. conditions.Whitehead for speeding too fast for \ ElIEAGLEI. fi

Florida Highway Patrol records Car Causes Wreck' :

show Deputy Richard Alan Baxter. $4,300 damage was recorded in a Correction! ... ....
who now lives in Waldo, and has beena car-truck accident with no injuries .
deputy since last October, crossed Thursday July 24 at 4:15: p.m. on CR The July 24 Bradford County election \ Friday : :
the center line of the highway aDd collided 16 S.2 miles west of Starke.A story, involving the District S '
with a vehicle operated by Brenda 1978 Chevrolet pickup truck, county commission race should have &Saturday>, g;;-
Lovelace,29,and her two children. operated by William Francis Canon, read Joe Warren, 47, a schoolteacher
Chastity, 8, and Sonya, 12, all of 49,of Starke was eastbound on CR 16. and former Starke city com- .
Gainesville while be was attempting A 1973 Ford sedan,driven by Virginia missioner; Wilber Waters 31, currently -
to overtake another vehicle. Davis Jones 30, of Waldo, was west a Starke city commissioner Sr ?ktl ngsfckJtI'iI'II ;:
Baxter was treated in the emergency bound onto the right shoulder, swerved and operator of a meat market and fA\n ;::: : ;
room at Alachua General Hospital back on the roadway and lost con: bulldozing business; Jennings Starling otmwpPW's. sa
in Gainesville and released. FHP trol. Jones then crossed Into the east- 57, self-employed in the land 1i 1iC\ _: :-
records Mrs. Lovelace and her bound lane and struck the pickup clearing business and operates semi-' sa
daughter Sonya were treated at the truck in the left side, according to the trucks; Richard Roberts, 28, real "',0 t2'I :
same hospital and released.A Florida Highway Patrol. estate and .Insurance man; and up "
spokesman for the ACSD said TrooIIer Jt.E. (Buck) Phillips cited Homer Hart, 49, operator of a feed \ 'J : :
Willie James Warren and Laura Fair, Jones for careless driving and no tag. store in Bradford and Union Countywill
both of Gainesville, were arrestedshortly be vying for the seat now held by T:i-s-r :

after the holdup and robbery. Commissioner Hazel Paulk, who. is .".n",' "..,
Records show the robbers fled, but Slowing for Turn not seeking another term. ...TC.IT'r.

store customers pursued one man into Truck is StruckNo The Telegraph regrets the error. .. v.r i .
the woods captured him and held him .,. .
for deputies. Deputies later caught one was injured when a truck -1. ....'1'1....... ..'
the second suspect two blocks from slowed to turn off CR 221 north of :..
the store. Hampton was struck hi the rear whenan Hilt :
Deputies recovered an undetermined automobile following behind failed j \'I inf i;
amount of money. to slow down In time.A \ '\i.1'::". .:

Denies 1978 Ford truck, operated by -. ...,.
Woman Clyde Leroy Edmonds, 63, of Starke I .1 :;...:
Shoplifting ChargeA and a I960 Dodge sedan, driven by

woman charged with shoplifting were. Gaines, 18, of Cross City, :::....'T." .....
traveling north on CR 221 a
of a number of items from a convenience hundred feet north of the Hampton ci-
store plead not guilty Thursday ty limits. Edmonds slowed; his turn

July 24, in Bradford County signal on, to make a left turn. Skid- :.,*
Court. ding on wet ,
Mary Dee Banks pled not guilty to struck the nvrItit
sedan failed to stop and save 5.00 save 3.00
shoplifting two Chef Boyardee rear of Edmonds' truck, to ,
Ravioli, two Peer Polish Sausages 1 according 2-SPEED 20-INCH FAN PACE TABLETS, 17Vk LBS.Tlm.dralaat. t4:: C '
the Florida Patrol.
Bravo Corned Beef 1 Lykes Cooked Highway ...-.t.. -
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ham.and two packages of Lykes Dinner 17 88 =39 '
Gaines for careless driving. ;,:, :,
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I News Briefs .' Obituaries I
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$1,100 Damage;. John Brice 35 of Lawtey was\ eastbound Unnle F. McCulley ,Mra.Sophie FitterMrsSochie Jane B.Mills; a daughter Mn. M..- Mrs.Dorothy G.Adklns
Ciir228 lorte A. Murphy of Starke sister,. Mrs
on : when Brice applied ; a Dorothy Gunn Adklns.: 88, of
Nobody Hurt brakes and the brake line then ruptured Mrs. Linnle Fogg McCulloy age diedThursday. 75. Fisher. 73., of Starke. ......Gladys subs of Duluth,MInn.; Melrose died Tuesday July 22 hi
of 618 W. Madkaoa St. Starke,, died Friday. July 11, Alacbua
a brother Albert Mills of Minneapolis North Florida I Hospital! in
No one. was Injured Ina two-car causing Brice to veer sharply to General Regional
.July 24,in Baptist Medical. Hospital,G.t .YWe'oIIow-
,Minn. grandchild and 2 Gainesville.Mrs. .
;j mIaha I with $1,100 damage done to the left and collided with the car. Center.Jacksonville,following fang .ing an extended illness. ; '
II vehicles involved at the loon No citations were issued by thehIaJnr.y Bora greatgrandchildren. Adklns was a nativeof"
Illness. BarD in ft Mn. In Mn.
Graham Pana Illinois. Fisher
Funeral service were held at 10 Petoskey Mich., and was longtime
of U.S. ,
= 301 and CR/-U in patrol.
resident of was a member of the Senior
McCulley wu a lifelong Citimn'a
a.m.Friday July 25.in the DeWitt C.29w resident of Gainesville. She was a
;Monday. July 28, at 8:90 p.OLPollee Bradford County and a member of Club of Bradford County and a member of
records show a 1979 Mercury the fin Christian Church. She also member of St. Edward'sCatholic Holy Trinity Episcopal
sedan operated by Willie H.Sheering Call St. Wreck Church.
was the retired owner and operator of Church of Starke.
46,of Starke,was starting southbounJ9l : % Survivors Include a son,S.J."Red"Adklna
Has No InjuriesNo the Starke Beauty Shop. Survivors include: three sons. Leo of Gulf three
,: from me traffic Menand Ronal Survivor Include: a daughter,Mrs. Fisher Donnergrove I1L. Raymond grandchildren and Hammock four
one was Injured In a cartruckmishap great
Che\tn! et sedan UL
Florence Moon of Jacksonville Fisher Wertmoot, and Richard
Jamer JCelly. U, of Starke, failed to with$400 damage done to the rangements. grandchildren.
Beach ni. sisters. ,Mrs. Lillian nsber. ; four daughters, lira.
red vehicles Involved Call
" stop for a light going west SheerIng on West Street Conway of' Starke, Mrs. Leola It. Florence Pankow, Colorado Springs
, < attempted to stop but struck the at North Bay Street In Starke Thursday Christy of Starke and Mn. Lacy Mn. Majorie Teaquilla, Reed Spring. ... ...... ....... .. .. .. ............ .... ...
left front of the Kelly vehicle. July:2t, at 1:39 p.m. Johns of Macclmny; a brother ....... Mrs. Prances GUpln. Tucson! ::
Patrolman W.K. Mclnttre cited Police records show a 1971 Jewett Starke; 4 grandchildren Arizona and Mn. Evelyn Fisher ......
: Kelly for running red light. Volkswagen sedan operated by and2ggreat grandchildren.' Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Earmstlne :: ;. '
Carolyn K. Morgan 30, of RaIford Funeral services were held at 4p.m. Ctdtreau of French Settlement,.La.Rosary .::
was traveling west on West Call 23.In the DeWittC. was recited Monday July
on Frlday..JuIy
Wreck Occurs At Street approaching truck North Bay Street.A Jones Chapel with Rev. John 21. in the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Starke IntersectionNo 1974 Ford driven by Olen Buchhiemer officiating. Interment Funeral Home with Father Jung of. :
Rowe,M.of Starke was stopped at the .
followed In Crosby Lake Cemeterywith flciating. was held Tuesday at
was Injured In two-car stop sign at Bay and Call Streets. v.'
. one a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 10 a.m. at St. Edward's Catholic .
mishap with 1475 damage to the When Howe failed to see the Morgan In charge of arrangements. Church with burial In Crosby Lake ::
vehicles involved on Washington vehicle and pulled out In front 01 It. Cemetery. Archie Tanner Funeral
Street at north Walnut Street in Morgan struck the Rowe vehicle hi Home of Starke was in charge of arrangements .. .. ''..''
Starke, Friday, July 25, at 3:14 p.m. the right side. ,
Toyota.T No citations were Issued by police.; Correction! ( r.

The Telegraph would like to correcta j
27,of Fort Myers,was travelling weston Parked Car Tblll'lday"uIylf: story In B Section 'Earle C. MillsMr.
Washington Street. When she approached Gets Nailed that Involved the arrest of two
: the intersection of North Brooker young men In Missouri on a. Earle C. Mills, age M. of 808 I
: Walnut Street she applied brakes but 1179 damage was recorded la a two Bradford County warrant for stealing Legion Terrace, Starke, deuc Tuesday I II
: they did not work and Marshall struck car accident with no one Injured at X county trucks. July 2S. in Bradford County
a 1970 Plymouth sedan driven by John the Bradford Square Shopping Center Johnny Booth and Mickey Tttcher .Hospital following a long w.1IornID
in Starke,, aoo feet south of Edwards ,
Phillip Neal, 20, of Jacksonville: were arrested by Jefferson OrtonvUte. Minnesota. Mr. Mills
. Neal's vehicle ended up on the property Road, 'l'bunday..JuIy M at 5:17: p.m. Missouri deputies. They are balsa bad lived in Starke for the last fouryears'
of Thomas H. Rahn, 868 North Police report said a 1973 Plymouth held for Bradford County authorities. and was a retired Service
.. Walnut Street. sedan owned by John Andrew It was reported In error, that Warren Supervisor with the International
No citations were Issued by police.:' Roman, 28.of Starke was parked In a Carver was being held in the Jefferson ,Harvester Company. He was a Mason
parking space when a 1979 Ford sedan and a member of the Methodist faith.
Jail,actually: Warren spotted one
operated by Jeffrey Lane Norman,, 19, of the trucks near his home. Survivors include: his wife Mn., I 1
$3.000 Damage Done
of.Starke was travelling south in the
The Telegraph regrets the error.
To Tractor-Trailer parking: Jot turned right into the
parsing space beside the parked vehicle -
$3,000 damage was recorded in a and struck: .that car in the right Capture Those

tractor-trailer with no one and injured station on wagon sa.-121.1 accident rear.No citations were Issued by police. Mfg PIZZA, }: SpecIal Moods Our' :::
mile south of Lake Butler Monday 1 : Expressions On 88 :::
July 28 at 9:45 a.m. DoubleImagerVomoolG :::
Car Missed .
Truck ..
: Porfrolts.
Florida Highway Patrol records :
show a 1968 Mack tractor-trailer But Hit Pole. Ditch Buy One -G.f One FREE-I flxlOONLYOur f

operated Alachua by was James following Strong a 30 1973, of $1,900 damage was recorded In a With This Coupon; :; ipedal black background will!be used :
one car accident with no one Injured :: ONLY on"FRAMAGKT portrait Additional :::
Plymouth station wagon driven by on u.s. 301 2.6 mile south of Starke :: portraits wi!be>avoKabk on your selectionof : :::
Robert L McQulnn, 43, of Lake ,Tuesday,July 29 at 4:20: "LITTLE ITALY"RESTAURANT : scene and color backgrounds with no :.:
p.m. '
Butler when McQuinn slowed. to turn Florida .Highway Patrol records :: obUgatlort 88*per tltttno One TRAM AGC" r::
left on SR-121. Strong lockedthe show.1975 Chevrolet sedan .: portrait per customer Backgrounds may {:
brakes on the tractor-trailer and Jack- operated :: occadondy change.Remember children. :::
: knifed to avoid a collision. by Steven Thomas, :&t. of Starke must be_accompanied: by a parent.
the was passed by a semi-truck that cut 11 11
No citation Issued
was by
back In too short and then ran 964-6077
; highway patrol. Thomas' vehicle off the roadway. ;1 THESE DAYS ONLY: :::
I Thomas slid across a dltch crossed a Offer Good Thru
private driveway and struck a steel
Wreck pole and portable sign on a trailer.. a-a-ao
SR-100 ,
Involves TwoNo highway No citations patrol were. .' Issued by the 301aMar"a THUR FRI SAT: SUN 1r '

one was injured In a car-truck : ::
7/31 8/1 8/2 8/3
accident with $200 damage to the :Fender Bender .
vehicles on SR 100 at Epperson Street 'At Dixie Motel .
: In Starke Sunday.July 27 at 1:43pm. "
Police records show a 1975 Ford $73 damage was recorded in a two DAILY 10AM-8PM V :
sedan operated by David ,Thomas car mishap with no one injured on :
U.S. 301 at the entrance to the
Fussell. 17,' of Brooker, was westbound
on SR-100 and a'1969 GMC; .I driveway the Pixie Motel Starke,, .. :
truck driven by Randall Dumas Sunday July 27.at 1 p.m. SUNDAY: 12 PM-5 PM ;
Lawrence,77, northbound t2\ fuekiDonrde-: '. ,,...': ., :;

stopping on at aBu} : : After ap v r On-SR-tGO"West Tr ,. ">l' THOMAS METALS I G.; iT' 1 -;,, f--f I"O : :: ,::;- : :!

did not see FusseU approaching ,
parently No one was Injured when two bucks
because of the rain, and ,collided in an accident that had $160
proceeded to make a left turn.avoid FusseU, ,damage to the trucks on SR-100 7% Metal, Culvert Pipes! For Driveways And Drainage ;
then swerved to the right to a ;
miles west of Starke.Tuesday.July 29 .
the right front of : '
collision when at 3pm., Mitered End Sections And Elbows '
Lawrence's truck struck the right Specializing In .

side of the car. IBWDfJ(1fiJWfJ: ( f01111puccule
No citations were issued by police., SCOTT"llnIDD, Biy Direct Fn.U I UaMfactwrtr Aid Sass' :


Brakes Fail __ Ham Plan fcrvto FlEE DELIVERY 496-2013' :. :: ....:::
Lake Butler, Fla.
In Lawtey Mishap ::

$1soo damage was recorded In a 9644512. ... .'''' .........'.'........................................... .' .

car-truck mishap with no South
at the intersection of
Street and CR-225 In Lawtey Tuesday -

,July 29at9:4S..m. KUCTTON A
Florida Highway Patrol recordsshow .1
: a 1974 Opel sedan operated by ,
Johanna G. Christensen 09, of -w
: Lawtey, was stopped headed southbound .U '* Couches Mirrors I'C

: at the Intersection and a 1974 ,
; GMC pickup truck driven by, Robert .
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TWO mar LOST A PAIR ol trt-fecol needed to work weekdays
Lawrence Blvd. next la Andrew
near Keystone Heights.Slilio 'ladlesglasses. .
prescription with Infant girl
Drug Formerly El- sitting
down $"... per of County Commissionersore
Lost In
or near midAugust.
home starting
Gee Ceramic Shop. Phone
month. Phono 473-4058 or taking application far
Millers Supermarket on
Transportation CH
473-4347 after 4 p.m. Monday July 21, at approximately the following position 473-3411. tfnchg73COMMI.CIAL OFFICE needed References requested. FOR SALE "TRIED"
tfnchg 9/4 4:30 under Title II ol the Ceta,
475-2395 In
p.m. Phone
SPACE acres* from town
Glasses In navy case. :: hall. 400,square feet $160 Melrose' after 7 p.m. Stchg
Heights Reward. 473-3148. Itpd months T/I7-7/3I AMANA j; I'
financed 10 Interest GROUNDSKEEPER. ZONING "
percent 7/31 ROOMMATE WANTBD-- Microwave oven, used 5
on REWARD for lost ,month Under warranty. '
female.. Own BR In 6-room .
bottomed lake, priced tosell Shepherd. On medication. SOCIAL WORKER ASSIS. house. Lakefront on Lake .... ., Pay off I' '!''''I'
from 9000. One to Nome-Bonchee. 479-1394 TANT. LI.RAIY'AIDI Hutchison. $125 month balance duo $184 cash orassume : ;
tfnchg 612LOVELY ,;
live acres overlooking lakeaccess TRAINEE. CLERK TYPISTS. of "
473-2736. 7/31 payment
Itchg .
or first-tost, plus
1/3 utilities
near .,
( available) with LOST-IRISH BETTER, 3yearaid. L..ORIICUSTODIAN.MICHANIC (18.96 par month. Whlta ,.:'
: Many privilege
from (3.300 Keystone Heights. .Three security. ....
nice trees and Appliance
female tom Crystal bedrooms 2BA. Phones 473-3110 from 5-11 Sewing .
$300 down. $90 a month. Lake area July 4. Silver SUPERVISOR.RECEPTIONIST.. big 7/24-8/14 Center, 3527 S.W. Archer "
llreploce, CH/A access to p.m. 4tchg
Commercial frontage-- choke chain and flea col toad. Archer Square .
Investment opportunity. SECRETARY. Applicantmust lake tennis court.5425month shb I ,.
Plaza, Gainesville.
lar. $30 reward for return. first and last.Owneragent. .
SR-2IN. Owner-salesman. H found phone 473-3318. be a resident ol Clay 475-1678.' FORSALE 376-4466. tfnchg 7/31 :0
473-4375. tfnchg 7/3 731MISCELLANEOUS County and meet employment ...;
Itchg '
AKC DOSERMAN PUPS- guideline of CETA tfnchg 7/3 HOMESFOR ...
Beautiful litter of six. Free program. Apply at: Clay Classified f Ads ,INTBRNATiONAl 10 HP Cub I .'
obedience 'lessons. Sire County Community Services i r j-,Gardon Tractor.42" SALE .::.,
and dam fromWACHEMEISTER Office 915 Walnut mower. RUM good. $1 150. I -1 j
Bring Results
DOBERMAN Street Green Cove Springs 473-4508.7/31 itpd. LAKEVIEW SUBDIVISION .'0

Phone 473-7193. tlnchg 7/3 SMORIMASTI boat ALUMINUM lilts and FL 32043. Clay" County ---- ---...:. --- ...... Keystone, availablesooni '*
UILOINGSIII All Heelclearspan portable I I. "AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY .!
I Pick 3
buildings. Our docks.Weekday Call lor 4732995.washonds free demo.. EMPLOYER". Itchg I Needle Works: &: Things By Hand III J BR 2 both your brick veneer, -FRIED CHICKEN THE : (:
lowest price! In over two
years. Example) I 475-3991.tfnchg FOR SALE | OPENING SOON ON 21N I Ij garage Bedford lake lake low access We-to TO BE. V
3/1 IT OUGHT f
30'x4e-fir for $3.992: WAY
40'x72'x14' for ".072; YARD SAU-Saturday and FISHING BOAT. MOTOR. j Also Featuring Unique Gift And Original Art ( Low Interest If you qualify.' .
Sunday August 2 and 3.' Contact Stevenson Construction
48'x72'x14' for $6.904; TRAILER and trolling {
60'x125'x16' for $16.037. Immokalee flood I tpd motor. $950. '473-3757. L 473-3014 J Co. Phone
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Call toll free today lorprice THREE 7/31 FAMILY GARAGE 2tcho 7/31-0/7 964-3086. 3/13 TFchg. Summer Special. r

guoronftesINO9481570 IV OWNMl C.B. 3 BR, 2
SAU-very large
til 8 p.m. bath. Central H I A.

3tchg 7/24-8/7 of m...miscellaneous'* and ladle clothing Items, Energy efficient. Dining 9 Pieces
SAND The .161ySale i-
near Hwy. 100. HlllcrestLake moll appliance, varlou.hau..ld Magic roam. Family kitchen.
and more Large workshop. Double '
east ol Keystone many $5 99 :
Heights. $900 down goodies. Saturday Aug. 2, carport. Close In. Quiet of Chicken
9-3 SR-IOO to C-18 street. Tree Largo corner \
1131.66 month. Phone p.m. _
per has been 'extended
follow ,. and ;
after 6 p.m. 473-4038. and sign to ) 10 Paved street 1 Pt. Gravy '
473-4367. 4tchg 7/17-8/7 Lakeview and Oak.Crystal, driveway. 711 Lafayette. : '

CEDAIIt 1x6 rough eightfootboards cut boo.grad..32 MOVING Lake. 473-3358.SALS--Fumlture Itpd 7/31 .. until August 9. 964-7624.7/10 tfcha. 1 Pt. Cole Slaw Plus Tax 1

: 8 ,,".100' boards; clothing appliances, CARS *. 6 Rolls i
27 twelve-foot boards. books tapes toys and

$330. 4751310. 4tchg much more. Rain or shine. TRUCKSMUSTANG Available At i
7/24.8/14 Saturday Aug. 2. 9-6 p.m. BUY NOYY-

15' tONITA pleasure boat Go north on SR-21 to lost .64. ........ad. All Starke Lake Butler I

partial I SvO0600toPhone Woodland Drive before original. lOll offer., Excallent .. 236 S. Tempi Ave. Main Street
trailer bridge. Follow We will be closedAug' condition. 468-1323 !
Itpd 7/31 '
473-3694. 2tchg(| 7/24-31 igns. after S. 7/10 4tchg 7/31

Microwave oven used 3 1 10 thru 1. Supreme. Full power, A/C *
months. Under warranty. PERSONALSERVICES Sept now tire*. $I BOO or.best offer. :

repossessed. Pay off Must sell. 473-7075 BOATS HOMES FOR SALE 'II[
balance duo $184 cash or after 5 p.m. 7/24 tnchg. ____ t
$18.96 per month. White Remodeling work kitchen The Needle "lIndar.225 cu. In., AlT; 16 TRJ-HUU. FIBERGLASS. 25"ZENITH j II
Sewing and Appliance cabinets and trim Magic radio; A/C Needs. repair: Boot'w80hp Mercury, MOBIL HOMUi Why pay Console color TVij J t
Center 3327 S.W. Archer carpenter. Reasonable ) $600 or boat offer.. .motor and Gator Trailer. more? Buy direct from the repossessed under war .

Road. Archer Square prices. Call Ed Demotey at 1517) Bessent, Road .....6056. 7/31 2tpd 8/7 Call D.F. Reddish. factory. Large selection of broonlayncalsiort af1f81rwncwa1hnIn9r:
Plata Gainesville. 473-2477. tfnchg 7/3 II 1973 OLDS OMCOAl Ex. con- 964.7910.7/17 TFPD. 17. 14' and double wide
376-4466. tfnchg 7/31 ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS l1 Starke. Florida '964-6300 dition. P/SM AMIFM1, 18 FT.OLASTRON BOAT)223 COMMUNITY MOBILE assume payments of 120 t

ZJ"ZINITHConsole Closed meetings Monday 8 ..track, now tires, chroma '''hp, V-hull Vinyl top and HOMe SALES. US 301 per month. White Sowing'alld !

I color TV p.m. Open meetings, Friday rims $893.00 Call 964-8602 many deluxe accessories.. North. Open 9 to dusk. 1 to Appliance Center,S
repossessed under war 8 p.m. Alanon Monday or 964-6303 ask far Kevin. Just like newt Call 6 on Sunday. Phone 3527 S.W.Archer Rood Plosa1 Ar.E
ranty. Pay off remaining 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 7/31 tnpd Gainesville 376-3619. TFN. 964-8741./STFN. char Square ;
balance ol $181 cash or Earn Your Gainesville 3764466.:
p.m. All meetings In I7S PLYMOUTH PURYl TWO BEDROOM bath. concrete
assume payments ol $20 Educational Building Community 4-door, P/S, P/B auto. block good fishing. tfnchg: 7/31 i 5
per month. White Sewingand Church. 7/3. tron*.. w/dark UNCLAIMIDLAYAWAY ''i
School green THE U.S. POST Of. Write, KAFIR: 202 .River of-
Appliance Center CARPENTRY AND MASONRY High Diploma green vinyl, top. $200.00 Singer Futura ana
3527 S.W. Archer Road.Archer WORK. Build patios, and assume payment .!. seeking bids Drive Dunnellon Fl., Singer' finest models. t
Square Plata fireplace, additions, Call 9644034. 7/31 Itchg for the constructionand 32630. 7/3 lOtnd 9/4. Zlgiag. darn..E
Gainesville. 3764466. remodeling. Free by taking the GED Tost I 16 FORD FALCONs$X0.00 16 WIlT at N.W. 94thStraet monograms buttonhole:
tfnchg 7/31 estimates. Days..4734473.Night.7823906. Call %...6793. 7/31 I tpd lease of a 3 BR-2 Bath- stretch stitches ate Doe
UNCLAIMIDLAYAWAYSIIIg.r Stchg 171 FORD PINTOl A/T. building with 4,440 Flraploca-a low a* It all without attachments.Porty .

Futura one ofSlng.r' ,.7/3-7/31. .. ? ? ...?.. Applications! for the.GED Tests ace being 'AIC. P/$.- Call .....6215. .enclosed -Iq. feef -$ 200.QO down 4 payment. """Jelt' area. Pan.j
finest models, balance due $'" cash oil 1
ftlSSUM CLEANING PAIN- i 7/31 Jtpd 8/7 [ under t27S.OO mo. forqualified
Zigzags, -,darns 'n.t''jpOce. 17.390 payment of-S12.90, pen
:nIlfO, and wallpapering.Phone 77 MAUSUi power steering-, ,; 'buyer-Call Bob
monograms buttonholes' 4732477. tfnchg 'taken at the Bradford-Union Area brakes air AM/FM sq. feet of Harris or come .by Affordable month. White Sewing
stretch stitches, etc. Doesit 49:000: Center 3527 S.W Archer t
7/10 .i cassette, miles driveway parkingand Homes. 327 W. Call
all without attachments. SECURITY SYSTIMS-DO, IT 2200.00 .....5812. 7/31 St. Starka.7/31 Stchg S/14. Road Archer Square !
Vocational-Technical Center. maneuvering,
Party ,left area. Pay YOURSItP AND SA VI. You Itpd. Plaia Gainesville.) j
balance due $144 cash or can Install your own 178 ZEPHYR and 208 sq. feet of IOMI FOR LARGE FAMIL y.4 37....". tfnchg 7/31 j j i

payments ol $12.90 per security system and _.. The Daadlint is August 15 1880 WAGON39.000 mlles-AM platform space with BR 2 bath-flr'splaco-lorqsf.
month. White Sewing and acre lot-call for.detalls.cheaper PIT BULL DOOSi 6 %weeks
We handle over 100 security radio-power stgolmintodglass4uggage 1114 feet of
Appliance Center, 3527 device sq. i. than rant. Call old; treated and ready to;5
S.W. Archer Rood Archer assistance or Installation Expert Call 884-6150 Information. Interior- rack-vinyl sidewalk This construction 964-SS33 for 'location" and ga. A.B. Whit"""' S r.f;;

Square Pia... Gainesville. available. Satisfaction : '$423.00.-Terwlllegar is to be financing arrangements. .....139.7117 3tpd 7/31. :i
376-4466. tfnchg 7/31 guaranteed. Hill's Security 964-720O built Affordable Hom_ 7/31 THREE USED window air COfto I!,
Motors on 35,000
FOR IAIII Systems. 473-3349. Stpd Examinations are Scheduled '72 J9i1P WAOONSRl feet of land located sq. =211RQUI. 19W24'.Wfurnished. dltlonar' unit*.. Two : ;
1972 Ford pick-up Vk ton 7/31-8/28 4-whaal. drlva power 'volts one- 115 volts.each-1, I
SWB. good condition V8 steering, power .brakes, at Commercial Circle :3 BR.2 both. Excellent .. 15,000 $75 !;
3sp $600. good tires: 1953Chevy August 20 21 condition. Owner
Call M4449-7/31
August 18 19 air C n itioning. approximately Itchg .1
1976 will finance. 4.. 1323 after
pick-up. $130; -
964-7301. 7/31 Itchg. 260' feet east ofState. 1C CU. FT CHEST FREEZERt 6
Toyota station wagon. HOMES FOR 17 FORD-1 17"W.B. S. 7/10 4tchg 731I mo. old. $250.00. Ladles
6:30 PM Road
for : at
$BOO parts: 1968 Ford BR.' CORNIR LOT.'goodlocation.
fuel oil truck $200 all accessories SALEEXECUTIVE 1-OOPM: truck-302 V8automatlctransmissionpower Keystone Heights. $=.DO. unusual Diamond Dinner Ring: IK
$525. Call
: 1968 Buick 8:15: PM extras. 1320 Johns Dr.. cluster ,
steer Clay County FL
Ing- 964-8054.7131 Itchg
Wildcat for parts $too:
well drilling rig good RESIDENCE 3:00: PM 13195..TlIIogorNlo- 32656. All 944-8811.7/31 4tpdS/2l AIR CONDmONERi Window

working condition $2,000 View of golf course. over2OOO August 229:30'AM 964-7200 documents Incorporated FOR SALE unit 21.000 BTU. 220 volt.j I
ft. enclosed area-3 17 PLYMOUTH HORJZONi
10000. Phone. 9644276.1
Schrom front-end loader 6:30 PM I
BR brick. : 4 dr-auta-air-AM/FM In and
2 Bath-yellow
and back 7/31
hoe $3.300. Itpd i
Phone 473-2691 or special lor $34,00000.Financing : stereo 31.000 mlle- made part of this UPRIGHT FIANOl, Completely 12 PT. CHAIN LINK FENCE.

473-3127 avallobls. Call 8:15: PM 10:30: AM $4295.00TerwlllogarMotors. solicitation, as wellas re-condltlaned Inside GATE with fining Like:;:
964.7200 and
Bob Harris' 473-3133. outside. In very good
1 Itchg 7/31 additional Information new. .4-drower, filing:
77 BUICK RIOA1. 4-door. condition. $800 .best of.
-- -- -
; -m.: ..... cabinet, steel good condl- j
Original fir.*. 29.500 may be obtained f... 964-6056. 7/31 2tpd
tten. Call ....6866.' 7/31':
mile AC/PS/PVAM/FM- from: B.C.. '8/7 ,
/tilt wheel electric door DAIRY CALVES for sale' : $60. itpd I
Field Real
lock. *. Clean.' Call m ornInos. Bailey ,and 782-326S. 7/31 NEW AND USED FURNITURE;
I Union AdsFOR $2493. 964-6621. Itpd Estate Building Office ItchgCOCKIR up. and appliances. Porch:

County 7/31. P.O. Box SFANIELl pups. 1 rocker*. BARGAIN:;

171 F250((4x4)131) PKKUP-4 22725 Tampa FL male 1 .. Blond ISO CENTER.:' US 301'South,:I
peed-S( ) 9.00x16 Super 33622. Phone ea. 964.7813. 7/31 Itchg. % -"". TFchg I
Traction #free. CONCRETE FWESi far driveway PLUMBING FIXTURES[ win.);(

SI793.00..TerwlllegarMotor 813/228-2861. *. 12" and IS" ,,dows., door*. pipe plus:
I *. 964.7200 10.000 other Item now at's!
SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT WANTEDFAMILY 9647813. 7/31 Itchg. Bargain --Center US 301 i

FENCING All kind,. hog South Starke. TFchg

ACM HOG FARM all FARMLANDS or 7 acre at AMANA ONE BEDROOM wire welded wire barb CYPRESS lUMMRi Mast any
modern equipment and lake Sutler. Call Frank Microwave oven used 5 TRAILIRiNear Worthington WANTS TO MENTor wife, wood chain link: lie available Including!:;
take buy 2 or 3
facilities Includes dblwlde 496-3247 evening. Itthg months.' Under warranty.repesssad. Spring Suitable...one or bedroom option home In the LakewWorthington free estimate MANNING mantle place Sample!

..1 mobile home maximum 7/31. Pay off two people.' Call 496-3130. SprInge Buyingand FENCE CO.. 473-4S22. prices4"x4"xlr $3.70:1 I
ISO saw.. Jana, Usher MOSUI HOMIi 2 bedroom1bath. balance* $1S4 cash or 7/24 Itchg. 7527410anytime. Keystone. TFchg M. 1-".8"."" $2.40.Call :

Realtor 496-3126 or On 1/2 aero ol land assume payments of area.. 2tchg 7/310/7. CHAIN LINK FENCE Stephen Smith 468-2624.i!;
j .".2903.7/31 Itcha. Highway IS Srooksr *d.: SIS.96 per month. White INSURANCE malarial. Do It yourself Hampton. 7/3 Stchg 7/31 i iBLUEMRRIESi

CUSTOM MIAT SIRVICIl Reduced rate to anyone Sewing and Appliance and save. Installation U-PIck 50 aj;

Holding pen, slaughter who can help work. Center. 3327 S.W. Archer, MAINIS INSURANCE AGINCVi PERSONALSERVICES Selling? available. Free estimates. lb. We-pkk an order. Lots j}

room. cooler and freezer 496-2308. Itchg 7/31. Rood. Archer Square 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake HandyMan Fence Co. of largo sweet berries, thru j ,

rms,cut and wrap area, Includes FARM FOR SAlfillS oc.... Plaia. Gainesville. Sutler. 496-3978. Complete 944-8559. TFcho L.WATSON'S July. Open Monday '
dblwlde mobile part posture 'land part 376-4466.25"ZINITHConsole rinchg 7/31 Insurance Service. TFN CUSTOM MADIDRAPIRIIIS8111roo. HOUSE OF Saturday 84:30. Sunday:'I I

home and 4 chicken timber land. Road frontage color TV Convenient buy ing and VACUUMSi Many .brandsof 2:30-6:30.: Directions: SR 26 !'
houses. Located on 5 two sides. Providence repossessed under war HELP estimate local new vor am4 Used (behind Orange Heights I

acres, SR239A. Jana, community. Contact hire ranty., Pay off remaining WANTED"HOM.WO.ICI. distributor for completely selling is as close as- machine available. Part 301 and Melrose SR 21) to i t r?
Usher Realtor. 496-2126 or Oorsey. 434-1134. HIsKSprings balance of $181 coin or washable nationally your telephone: If and accessories for 041vacuum 200A Earlton Road. SeellIons. :.
496-2903. 7/31 Itchg. Florida. 4t "GOING BUSINESS" 7/1771247/31.n. per month.. Whit, Sewing a V saw Enter you are buying, check 10th. Ave., Gainesville, Phone 1-475-1151 before :'

Grocery, store with gas station BUILDINGS IAII steel clear- and Appliance Center WANTIOita .lace leather prl.... .Ed or lama" the classifieds in the phone 376-7110. TFchg 8.30 or after 500.: 7/241.! :
also dblwlde mobile span buildings. Our'lowest 3327 S.W.Archer Road.Ar- goods at home. Earn SlSO Stephen 46-221, UMSSOCKi 20 yd. semi I 2tdtg7/3l. :
home located on 2 act... price In over two years.Examplesll char Square Plaxa. per week. No experienceneeded. 3/I/80TFN. comfort of your home. You don't have leads only. ALLEN I. STUD FOR Chinese Pug. '

SR 241 owner moving out ,I 30f4V\r: for Gainesville. 376-4466. Send $1 RSASOMASlEi Small trees: to buy precious gas and waste money TAYLOR. lawtey. ,Phone Available now. Not much .
$3.992. 40'x72'xl4 for (refundable) and along and limb cut or trimmed.Reasonable .
731UNOAIMID 7823172.
ol state. Jane Usher, tfnchg to look at and .
$6.072. 48'x72'x14 far SellEnterprises. rate Call running all over town! Check everything extremely
Realtor 46-2126 or ; LAYAWAY stamped envelope to: OKRAs Fresh. and lender.We stupid but I* loveable and
496-2903. 7/31 Itchg. $6,904. 60'x125'xl* for Singer Futura. one ofSlngsr' 423 N. Esplna", Tony 431-1114 after p.m. ; from antiques to real estate and cut. 964-6314. .7/17 willing to learn !:I
$16.037 Call toll free today finest enodelsZigzags. Las Cruces N.M. 88001. 1/3 TFN.CRAWFORD'S. 3ftho 7131.
PEAVEY AMPLIFIER. AND for price guarantees.. darns, Stchg 7/31 8/7 8/14. COMMIROAiEXTIRMINATINO after a few phone calls you have narrowed OARAOI DOOIt wd.Tx9' Reasonable rates. :'I

MIKEi$350.machine Sear$30. logging Call S/7 1-800-848-1570.Stchg. 7/24 7/31. monogram buttonhole. home buslnesIn CO. Serving the field down to two. or three excellent condition,, 72 964-5406.HONDA 7/311tchg.175 CL $900 :\

496-2047. 2tchg 7/24 7/31. $ IMPALA CHEVEROUTimS stretch it all without stitches attachments.etc. Doe Early Bird Variety \Union.. Bradford 0 Columbia possibilities. When selling, this low' OAS 964.792'7.7/31 RANOli 3-wheel Itchg.motor %...7673 after 71311tpd.. !:I
POODLE PUPPIEEs three One 24 !
excellent condition.automatic. Counties. 496.3964 Col-, SUZUKI MOTOR. :
Party left area. Pay 'i cost classified ad is delivered to over dirt b..... Will, swap far
little Pawn
darling Shop .
poodle CYCLE ;
puppies AC. AM radio. balance due $144 cash lect. 7/3 TFN CHO.; goad running candltlon. -
for sale' $33 each white and blue. $2,000. of S12.9O per orpayment 30.000 potential buyers. That same riding lawn mower. Asking $350,00.: :::1
contact Elliabeth Andrews Phone work 496-3601 or Glen StJ; Mary 712.3991.7/31 Itcha. 9644158 or.,....7123. i
White 7/31
Mann ana, mile north of 11CMV140431-1701). Shirley'or; Sewing day they will be at. your doorstep. STOVE AND REFRtOUATORl tpd.
: 125 betW'.enrailroad
3327 S.W. Archer
Lake Buffer an 3* 121. Bonnie. AM........... Itpd Center. Hwy. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 431-13S7 between '.9. :fIr f-
7/31. Road. Archer Square I IPlaia. and ,Interstate i
Itchg 7/31. 7/31 Itchg.CORNER TRAVEL TRAIUtt. fully t

OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPIUS. HOUSE FOR$ALlay_move. 37...*". tfnchg Gainesville.7/31 ) 10. -- P.O. DRAWER ASSEMUY $7S. 19" serf e"lnod..olr. must .
GIFTSiSee Union remodeled .mall fromephome. color TV $go. %...eoos.: OWL. lot 37 KOA ;
; two bedroom. E STARKE, FLORIDA 32091PHONE,9"6305 pgraund. Phone .. F-1)
County Times open Monday We' buy guns or 7/31 Itchg. % -
and Tuesday.:30 a.m. tral of/air. -..,.tod. of value: Tr INTIINATIOHAI.'10 HP Cub 71311tpd. -
: to 9 p.m.. Wednesdayclosed equipped kitchen. $15.000. anything -' Codett Garden Tractor 42" REFRIGERATORS far salei

; Thursday and Friday Call "'-3993. 2tchg 7/34 Phone 239-6398., '.' 47J-M8.4I mower. Run good. 111 Iso.. Apartment ..... ....&.7443.
: 8:30 a.m. till noon. 7/31. 473-450 7/31 1...... 7/31 1!pd.



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ooo man PAID for md .W..w.... enjoy| a camping ,.STARK Home far rent" :3 M PALMS APARTMINTti Furnished !SAT.. AUGUST It SIS Alton GARAGE SALEM 'Sat, SERVICES .
g mobile 'hatiHM If mortgage. vocation at a .beautiful" 2 IA. brick veneer. newly efficiencies and 1 Rooa.m. till t? 9.003:00.: Furniture MIL'S. SAW SHOPi Complete ALCOHOLICS' ANONV.JMOUSl

:3/4 paid or more CHIN'S shady camparaund do**to bull, located Saratoga. BR apt*.. weekly or mon 9644603. 7/31 Itpd clothes. boat and _II... TVPfWMTMS AND ADDING harpenlng service, circular
lie HOMI SALES everything.theN Smokleif Hotel. Minimum A mo*. thly. NEW FURNISHED YARD SALIi Wednesday. 426 N.Walnut St. MACHINES cleaned and ser bond carbide Phone. ....514. or%4-7619.

Open 7 day so com and camp with lo... Call 64-UII after STUDIOS monthly only. Thursday and Friday. 612 7/31 1tpd.GARAGE viced.. Phone. 04.6002 next chain mower blade hollow TFchg
Iv. TFchg u.a.theGa-.ov. former to Teleareph. 3lpd ground and balancad.
7/IO 2313 N. )
4:30: p.m. 4tcha 7/31 Tamp .. Stork. Phone
frANTBOt Mobil t.1 hem Colin* WILL KEEP CHILDREN In leave at Jackson Building REPAIRSNow kitchens
anRle V Tipton'1' I Crack. IN 1AWTIV AMAl Double. TFchgKITCHINITTIIi SALEM my"
1 and Nr... Will pick up.OLIN'S Now -.ad and operated wide mobile. ........ Unfur One gotopartmonts 9"6362-7/31 Itpd.OARAftl Furniture. noon July Startingafter 31. all home" 5 day a weak. Supply. Stark.or Keystone both. family rooms. Brick
SAUt 964-6974.. 7/31 B/7 block concrete. Fireplace' !
MOBIL HOME by the Roddenberry Fami nished. Business Jtch9 HM. TFcha
couple or IV AC.
ftSMES.. %..!1606. Open j ly. For Information call or couple w/two smallchlldTran. utilities Included.' Totally and appliance Proma.m. 8 week. Anrloj.. rum.I radial THOHNTON-SIAND FILL W* 1OOk1C11rING'UIVICIS.. 9 specialist Grlffl Con.
.* until. 964-9361. owl. mltter sow cement hove fill dirt and coll. structlon. Phone 473-3100
days top
writ 7040 COINS NO PITS. Deposit Weekly monthly
CASH FORS Cold; Whltller. NC 27.. 7/10 required. Pay an utilities. rates. TEMPLE MOTEL. LS.bInd Forayth'Plumbing fin. machine, ..neIe,.mltc. Call 9645861.731 2tpd B/7. phase Including' tone and or 473-3578. TFchgSIWINO

II...,. sterling denial 4tchg 7/31. Available August'1. Call ISO N. Temple Av.. 301 South. ,,1. a Sat. 7/31 tools dishes. and cloth. govornm.nforms." MACHINISRIPAIRIOi .

f-gaU! GF crop Jewelry OFFICE or Mora building. for 783-327. 7/31 Itchg Starke. Phone. 964-7357. Itchg.OARAOI. Take SRI6 to Sit= lot HELP 473-707S alter S P.M. 7/3 All make

Stlcal, frame*, Me. J.R. Iur' sal'. or rant." 1200 *.... ft. HOUMs 2 M I RATH. /30 TFchg.MIMOSA SALT Friday and. .house on left past trailer tfchg cleaned oiled and adjusted -

Singled %4. 250'TFchg. Control alr/haat carpet. 160.00 month.. Deposit rot.qulr.d. MANOR RMHMI Saturday; 2 miles north of park.look for .1....... 7/31. WANTED $300 per 1000-'apao eddreased. .- ( SIO. Work

frANTEDt Old Smith Wesson 213 .. Call. ....6262. 7/24 Sll St. Clair St. HOMI PARK mobile home Stark, on 301, him left at Guaranteed." We guaranteed. James

iColl Revolver. A-Z Pawn, 2tnchg 731.LOSTFOUND. '7/31 ItpdTRAUM and space for rant.,Phone 29th Avenue. 964-6067. NURSING HOME, Need LPN furnish the envelope. and Strickland' corner MorganRd.

244 W. Call Sot % -1341. FOB) Bill $150. a _.2912. TFchg 7/31 1 Itpd. tar 4-12 shift. Full or Porto postage National' 2024 and Hwy 16. TFchg
C 7/31 31cd.g14' Freedom. Blvd., Dept. '.40. BRADFORD SIPTIC TANK
month. $71 deposit. No COOKING ROOMS with air time Phone 9646220. ft/3
WANTIOt Class rings, wed- children. Law..,, 1% ml. conditioning and T.V. Very. I'-' fEa"" 4tetErLGARAGE rfnchg.I Freedom. CA VSOIt. 7/10 SIRVICIi Pump-out"

ding bonds cuff link,wotcties lorn IRISH SITTER a yean W..tof30I.712.MI.731Itdv. ....-obI.. by'__ or BIG I HOAMWOtKIR. wanted to 4tpd 731CARP.NTII" Residential commercialand
$ A-Z Pawn 144 W. c4d. Moor Oelger Road. month. Underwood Motel' "G'- SALE alrla.t I lace leather goad at AND MASONRY Industrial.' Fully licenced.

Call:: St., 64-t34B.. 7/31. Reward. 964-5076. 7/31 MOMU MOMS 2.IP., 13x60. 3.9 miles'' north of Stork Infant to adult. Boys and home. Cam $ISO.OO per WORKBuild patio. KILNS. Phone ...-SUROIONl.121. TFchg

Jltchg 814WANTIOt Itpd Extra nice.'964-8704.. 7/31 on US-301. Phone women. Baby Items Include toy*. I I week. No ouparlenco fireplace addition, TRIE
Used hand tool. SMALl HACK POODLE Itchg. ....71... "" TFthg. Household items etc. 429 N. Broadway, next to Ii | needed. Send $1.00 ramadellng. Free Trimming, .removal 14 yr*.
Hove 9S ft.
-bath mechanic and experience.
Scarpontors. Wearing pink collar. MINI STORAGE UNITS Bradford High football field. Look for sign i (refundable) and a long estimate Ii. bucket. Free eitlmaie
: Phone Nam Orphle" $39.00 0.y.73.4473.Nlght.7.2.3t06 .
*. available In Keystone Hta. I'c.> t stamped self-addressed
964-8331, or 468-1951. 7/31 reward. Call ...-80115 day 810 Phone envelope' tot Ball Enterprise 7/17 Phone 783-3733. TFchg

nchg I or%....27 night' 7.11..... 473-3193. TFchp D. *. 423 N. Esplno La. 3tpd 7/31. WHY S/39.WORRY.lat us Install

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Cruces. NM 880OI. 7/31 DlVOIICI-H alarm In
a your
3tchg B14WBLDIBSi .Attorney's feel foe Un- home .... business. Hills

General ere contacted Divorce* range ,
: Security System
:T \ YU MISSED THESE welding of steel.. SPlAY from $S3-S2; Step parent ,473-3949. lease or sale .
mmm"'En'"E PAINTERS: Metal painting: Adoption. Fee S29O. Name 7/3 4tpd 7/31. -
conventional. and airless Change .Fee '7S. Jock MeMties. ,

spray painting. ASSEMBLY Attorney. 14 E. Univ..

MEP.CHANICS: Any type ''A_.. Gainesville 373.7001..
GREAT 'OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST mechanical experience' 7/17 InMOTOKVCIB .

considered. Lang. term REPAIRS Foe-. .
back-lag. Excellent ..... : !
trained mechonks.US301 :
benefit Interview* Mon' Cory South 64402oi9 4C WANTED .
l. by $/? ,TFchg S.Classified.'
p.m. or appolnlmant. TO BUY JHCASHCASH
Aero Corporation Lake City *. :
Airport Lake City. Ads -

SECTION. florida Equal Opportunity
I Employer." M/F Handicap. *Far Used Mobile Homes|Cft .

); pool 7/31 ltchgRICRIATION .We Py Top Price ie
Bring Results'
326-3807g :
PLU CLERK: All applicant

must. be unemployed IS., 4*******.
WTBVi Shop Tile' Sun !s Classified section out of lost 20 weeks be .a t

| Bradford County resident -lake Geneva HOMAMX '
.nln{ ; and economically dlsadvantaged. -. 100 ft x 438 ft.Lois

. contact. For more the Florida'Information Restricted for 1850 M|. "" vice" X>u

; : : everyday for great shopping values Stale Employment Service, (ft. minimum building )

size In Bradford
209 W. Call St. (old Courthouse Counly. -'

,/0.,1 I ) Stark.. Florida. 1 E w

., It 3201.7/31 ItchgSECRETARIAL 100 AM* .
ON "
earyi ASSISTANTMANAGE LIVI-IN Upqf dlvl11an or.du.al. Assistant PS .'
Mutt h.v*> own hand MOC/1ANIC: studs.ManagerCl.anw. __... needed. for phone, receptionist .
Time CHANGER! m.ln..nc. 1s ream 3blecke CO REALTOR
tool* E.Oarlalcsd only ndf .
.. general office pert i ;
v, Up. 5135 bons 'ann
377-.M.. Apolv .t Mot
TOM Co.fUN.Mooctod Mal: St.CHILD r" ....Do lor worfc )1..2."..,. .....".1. Call U.'. Solar
'J ALUMINUMUtCTHICIAM ....... R oam .. ...._.. 468-1917. 7/31 Jon .m.*..'.24lir..
,!,.: CAft t Mother willing
Only to
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Fully' xiullNMd' mcUfwam Pows ataarlne jbrakoa. 4 floor n.ooo mil,1... NwOnb.mp.Ctlan 4 Miles South Of Starke Oft 301 '
II cHMWc"l caralttlan Now rode- Immacutat 'Inftld* and good ...... tow Irani INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
...., 41, llr...K7 5. Call...ll..n, 377.MM.S .. owt *..*.. Harbor Chavralat.U .. M.k5. Maxine.. SMies Call )'1_.' 26 Years Experience
ad Cor oaot. 37-7MI. .
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ot.c. $300 or boat 7* CMevNOLBT NOVA aircondltlonlno. vryr1l POLICIES
} _... 371-13.3. automatic. paws / .bl.. Ul9 _....,*. 37$. WE WILL BE CLOSED
alaarlne, V*onolno, ..do*. 5,015. OtlS Cass 4 ve>Bih.*>tN. St>xf>t. AT
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= 170 Excellent. / .OMKillM. 3U. *.*_ Gov5dars. 11677".... Ho..rrO3ryi-:: ; .:ro.*'' Used cr 1t a VW UNTIL SEPT. 1 REASONABLE RATES
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J''s: : : Tbatar0.. Point. K.v.ton ClMtlc. rlma.iw CHEVV V.G.... 1972: .door many now rebuilt ...,te-_
... $If130. Xaveons .ane eo0V work. 454-x61 station W..on. Needs 'ork. .',,. tr.ntmlB,. .'..... Orak50. OIc. Appointment At Your Convenience Olin's Mobile
vl'e- H".n' "a-_ 8300 .rIcO M.olloble., 466.3304anytlrn. FAA .lr CK. BIJOO 3..v.

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,/ I OPAL SBDAN.nd Botfy with blActt vlnvl roof bur 1977 CHAMPAGNE. love Tovofi calico OT, IltLack. .5
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room with fireplace,oconomlcalas S tram S4 St. *,441. Claaraddry.
...."n.. new caroollne ready to build. ".._. a._. 197.' 7 ... a Countl. ..3211.e8. .nd 3211'3ea Mobil. Horn sales, i
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... malarial' (or extend .fJ. *321.U' and U5'3IS.J4.
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rot 5d 1411. L.kwlw Estates. IIto. many....roL "l,-.3739031V Good for,,.. by ownw. C......_
enNa.ir. 3775..werk.hag. .... 24K4 SPECIAL
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wigsan"SIr11d. co: hlartnlswll: : 376-2551. : KXl bth
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5517 NW 1* ACa on Santa fee ''v.rIh of Can mow or will HOUSIS PRESSURE
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: 1\.O low down Iv. air' ....IIOt(. S acre fracl. for Vale 00011 rnt4f en,=M. MOBILE HOMES !PRESSURE CLEANED Fast
it y; 7 m_ii_47i>NW 40th si.771. 85'-\ttZSr-: by ownar. Nawbarrv .... I' ...t 00 .M P_. ..,.... Rotary
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atrtd'0C 110ware. sift 37.0074. aachi' fwm baby carrlaoa.' ; w. 6d5V5.anytlnro__ SPECIAL '
wI comine fla. trirnrAeNKSON
( ROLLAWAY **0. .!*. t -... deck qa 5:as. U"n.tc1' E.Z''t1.!!!'
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POOL TABl.lt with cue sllcM wltn_motor 0"' ret/K/Or Irakine.01 eroPS row. aAUalt M0fu. char w. CAU.COLLECT'a4.$9t1
.and ball*. Smalt >or small Was- many rnOrnt O.CVCl 3.. she'AFTER :.R mod llng Repairs 1
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//0UI9 .'..;' Muton Central voKuwm poworuntt 37.tite.ov nln' ..b..tMWINO i Ctfll 3745401.

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017!. Ho5011al bed,450 475.2250 .5406. 1N 73". Wi &I :-moles u0t.Awaw' I. .... 3130)01.ar Jllil DISCOUNT
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Ice Chest : 1& Set & Aug. 3: '1980..

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24 FI 8 Spoons 8 Forks and 8 Knives
Reg. to 18 Oz -< f! Oz. Size $197 J Reg. 88e I< $40' 00 ;
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5 Trammer a > IIr.Turtle
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> < ,. 1 Gal. Insulated > Storage Chest < ) IJ SWing Sits 1 .

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Reg 3/l00 !I f< > $ 88 '<
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: 3 Fragrance. Reg. -a" 5'00' I Polyurethane" Foam
e *Bayberry C !I > Reg. *22" "'I; .' """ Cut To My SW :::
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