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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J. In a 12-hour bargaining session en be levied by the school board this "We tried to keep the budget as
ding at 6 a.m. Wednesday Aug. 6, year Supt. Casey also notes. Casey .tight as possible to. give most of (the
Bradford school teachers received a 'said the 80-81 school millage will be money to salaries, said Sup! Casey.
lit take-home pay increase averaging set at 4.804, down from this year's 5.15 Teachers on the bargaining/ team
$1,963 plus. benefits which run the mills. In the budget he's drawing up are pleased with the proposed
package to $ ,300. enough to bring the required local effort package, says Julie Miller, BEA
Costing some $571,550 when Social of$596,800 which allows the coun- spokesperson on the bargaining team.
: Security, retirement-benellts. and a ty (school district) to participate in Both the $11,000 starting! salary and
$40 drug prescription-card: package .is the Florida Education Finance Program the top salary of $15,930 for a toucher
added to the present insurance pro-' (FEFP). on continuing contract and with 18 :
gram, the package will be Included in The school board has descretionary years experience are very competitive -
the 'preliminary budget to be authority, under new legislation, to with surrounding counties
.LILILThere's presented to the school board Monday raise $253,000 in new local taxes but says Mrs. Miller.Increments .
t night; Aug. 11, at 7 p.m. has so far shown no intentions of doing .In the new salary
Contract negotiations were com,. that in an election year. schedule are better than most contracts -
'..tI. pleted in the marathon bargaining Mrs. Miller added.
session with both-sides, complimentary -, The proposed new teacher contract, "I'm real pleased.I think it 'went
of the other. Six major points still Includes a 71 -hour school day, It very professionally;and just about us I,
were settled duringthe all-night also requires communications fast and as smoothly as anybody can I
talks. Including salary, teacher'plan. necessary to keep parents informed expect," said -Mrs. Miller who hud
ning days work hours professional not Just report cards as the Bradford gotten just three hours'of sleep
dues deduction, communications to Education Association first proposed. Wednesday morning after the long
parents, and definition of the word "Hard-nosed was whet it wind-up session. '
'grievance." amounted to," said Supt Tom Casey "Teachers ought/ to be very pll'as
The contract will go before teachers of the bargaining sessions which ed. I think we have one of the best con
/ and the school board for final approval started back on May 20, tracts in the state.'',Mrs.&: Miller says:
I.t I..tr August 18, Ihe'first day
teachers return to work for the fall
term and date of the regular monthly

.\ No Place.Like the Water Swallowing Air school Salary board for a meeting.beginning teacher will Budget, Showdown ,

,; In the heal of the Hummer there's no place better than the lake these swimmers Tammy Lynn takes In a mouthful be$11,000 under the new contract, up .
j ;7 will tell you. SUrkt Elementary P...;. Coach Ben Moxley Is surrounded by four of' ''air before dunking her head' buck In ,. Teachers$1,450 from with three last year's $9,950.
t the. budding swimmers. Including Tim Lewis at lower right during breathing excrrclnes years experienceand
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(CC-3 in education lingo) will earn Set. for Commission
$12,340. Annual contract teachers gota
; Splish-Splash I'm Learning the Backstroke $1,430 step-up on the new pay scale n.
and continuing contract teachers a
County commissioners will meet the carryover cunt:be used some ,
$1,740 Increment. Monday night Aug.: 11. at 8 p.m. to must be held in reserve.
Some 170 area 'youngsters are splashing around the The two-week program runs through August IS. Preliminary budget figures to be 'wrestle for the third time with the Amount of the carryover will determine -
R' waters of Kingsley Lake these days in. the Bradford Coun-' The teaching corps Includes: Mike and Eddie Joyce presented to the school board lit Mon $590,000 shortfall of income versus expense how much cutting the commissioners
:; ty Swimming Program for children from kindergarten Sexton,, Mike and Donna Hartley, Debra Stephens day night's work session also includesan requests otaling $2.3 million. will have to do.
-:: through fifth grade. the first public swim program In Ramona Jordan Danny Hildebran, Kathy Hobbs, Joyce average 18 percent pay packagefor .(
i Bradford In seven yean. Tetstone Benn and Lynn Moxley Terri Prevail, Sandra non-instructional employees (too Clerk Gib Brown said Wcdnesday'afternoon. "It looks like we'll" have a fairly
.. All areas of the county are represented In the combination Duncan, Ernestine Register, and Ronnie Harris. cost around 200000. Aug. 6, he has asked the good carryover Brown said
of watery fun and safety. School kids from Starke and Bus drivers are Mary Mayben Sylvia Brown,and Willie The Bradford school system received board members to come prepared to Wednesday;
::- Southside Elementaries and the Brooker, Hampton, and .Williams., some $1 million In new state funds 'do what we've got to do '.and to set 'So. if they cut me Home and leave
jt: '. Lawtey schools are picked up each morning by bus and Sexton headed up the swimming program before it was with the priority placed/on improving the millage' '', me a little reserve I'll be happy und
r: brought' out to- Camp Standing's! Enlisted Men's Club cancelled by the school board In a money-saving move. instructional salaries. Supt. Tom they will too."
.y. > where they get one hour of swim instruction from a staff of The program was reinstituted just this year under the Casey has said all along this summer Cash carryover figures are not yet
: IS teachers headed by Mike Sexton. One group swims Community Education Program headed up by David : that most of the Increase would go to known but Brown hopes to have that A tax levy of 8978 mills Mill be
salaries for the school system's all-important figure by the end of the recommended by Clerk Drown to the
from plO a.m. and another from 10:15-11:15 a.m. Smith the new community education coordinator. The
: 177 pupils enrolled and 161 attended the first day of the program Is operated under the Bradford-Union Vo-Tech 400-plus employees.No ''week.Brown; expects a substantial board up just under one mill from
'I classes, which are put on by the Bradford School Board. Center. local tax Increase is expected.to, carryover; in excess of 250000. Allot eight last year.percent The lax figure increase, includes the comp the

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11.::;, Gas Tax ]Proposal Being, RaisedRepaying Again :by County, ,"' '... ',. .., ".;.assessments consideration the The Increased millage: that homestead figure the will also reduction come I exemption;lakes about.into If I


t.\ : a and maintenance 'of 'Only one county. Hlllsborough. In and SR230.: all paved roads in the resurface or retop secondary roads. The county has a $125.000 balance In zits .. proposal for county. millage passes- in
secondary roads In Bradford has forced the state who had a gas tax proposalon I county have been turned back to the Shuford feels and the other commiJsloners secondary road fund after making : : aur.1tT
to.: commissioners to again try to get the ballot the same day passed the county to maintain. ,. concur that more than half of payments on four-laHing'. US.30I'" w1 j U-v ShOWdOWIji' ;}; ,ilj -
: 'voters to a one-cent: county purchased In.-the county are which toes unlit ; ot ,. .. "
;"o approve tax. A day or two before the vote the Chairman Dave Shuford asked the gas \1990. ;
q. :: gas t.".'The question will be set forth Tampa Tribune a daily newspaper, other commissioners to consider the' .bought by persons) travelling' throughthe ... With $250.000\ a year available for T f; 'or' ," 1
:: > November 4 general election, came out strongly for the tax and It placing of the referendum back on the > area 1 i road maintenance and new construction ', Index..., ,
?"I'_:: commissioners, decided Monday. 'passed.'i ballot and the other commissioners The commission has purchasedequipment work secondary roads couldmove ., .. .. .
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.' .. = This'wlU b* the'second time this 1979-' legislature no, longer' allows agreed! to setting it for.. the general over the past decade so- "" at a faster pace than over, the. Tw. Sectl.", ,
.' -: ; year that tile board has decided to try county' to use the 5th and 6th cent election. thai the county road department can last two decades. J. SECTION Al .
t:::! ,to get the matter resolved by trying toy gasoline I tax for' secondary, road It Is expected that the tax, if approved 'now grade roads to specifications for 'US-301 funnels traffic through the New.Pages 'A. A..A :
rl: : ,obtain voter permission .to obtainr repaying. reto ping. Those taxes would generate '$130,000 a, |. paving. Being, able to performthat. 'county In a north and south direction 5 Editorial. .,-. ..>tr.at.Page 4A ,j
: funds) from the gas tax' may now be used only for new construction year to, be used for, road repairs. service cuts cost!* tremendous: ,and:, brings tourists through the area Society.Pages SA.tAAUALtgals
;k-: :In the March It 'presidential of roads. Shuford pointed out that the cost of 'Commissioners recently concluded1' ;' (on,daily basisy ? 'I' Spul.UIIIt, ft. Real, I"a.el..t..Pag"AJ2A&U"* tAAtOA.SECTION i'

:: preference primary the first bid for In the same bill the legislature road repairs h.vegone up In the past resurfacing or" retopping approxImately Bradford County" hat been'paying' .?t P .
'i. ; -. the gas tax was voted down 1.792 to granted counties permission to levy a 10 years while the number of gallon 't' 43 miles of secondary roads :for 301 since 1 1989 when it was old road cJ,,," Oltlt".rl"-j;"'.;;h.Magle; ;; ,.'
i. 1,162. It was felt by the commission one cent gas !tax for use exclusively., ':'of gas sold has gone ?down. ;' "'work with a $700,009 bond proar.rB*l.W tb.:1: 't3Th payments wont.end until 1990See Brl"ls . ... 4SClassifies.
:;: for\\le\ ondary Voads retopping :'or''' estimated tell thw commission that It' C' completed .last month on that .iia7
that voter permission
to obtain funds''' ; Gas Tax:Page 3V- . . Pag .
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to,face Rep. Frank Williams on Ballot, I I


frank Cotton .Orange Park resident In the area can and will treat District
has announced his,candidacy 25 with respect In a spirit' of, mutual
for the House of Representative cooperation. further
not support
would' any
District:23 seat and will appear on the Cotton Into
general. election ballot on November 4 N enlargement of government
the candidate a' F, the business life of our area. Private
Republican
as. to meet to
best qualified
enterprise Is
A native Floridian, Cotton was
the most
educated In Florida schools t day's challenges and gives
Jx, I graduating from Florida; Southern opportunity for our people. He com
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"It Is the Americansget
mented that way
College.JHe "
been Clay County resident the Job done.
nas a
of District
tr" for eight years with his wife,;Becky Cotton asks the people 25
and two children, Leslie Ann, 13, ansiFrank pP to give his candidacy their careful
U.Cotton consideration.
became an .Insurance ad-
juster In 1956 handling claims in 22
\ counties In Florida and 19 counties In Showdown..
Georgia. For over 20 Cotton
A Special Salute Economist Alicia llomrkh and Four-H Ce-erdlnalo l..w, ll has worked in insurance claims and (Prom Page I .ij
at the start of last week's Meeting recognition of has experienced the tremendous the upcoming election. Most everyone
Commission Parrlsh ,
blew'a kit the County
Hazel Paulk across
laws under insurance ,
honors accorded the trio recently changes In the which expects the measure to pass, but Rep.
Home the
Extension
chamber lo ('ollnyg.nl! Bobby Taylor., claim are paid. Frank Williams says the pass,at the
Cotton stated, "This 20 year career expense of local automony over tax-
has enabled me to work In detail with Ing authority. See Editorial on "Page
Officials Win AwardsState the statutes passed by. the Florida -M 4A In this edition.)
County Ag Legislature. conceived and Im- In addition, Brown revealed this
properly worded laws have cost the week that$100,000 in Interest has boon
people of Florida millions of dollars In Frank Cotton earned through the various bank accounts
Agriculture Committee practices and are presently operating" SR-100 Repaving I..aland judicial: expense alone." of the county funds
member Hazel Paulk advised Bradford economically and efficiently' said Asked by County Cotton Is presently employed In the RepublicanIn Another 140,000 can be saved if fun
commissioners of the honors that the citation. Jr. home office of Carolina Casualty Insurance District 25 ding of volunteer 'Ire,deparlmenhlcan
Bradford county "Program emphasis has been on Commissioner Maxie Carter. Company supervising all of district
Bobby Taylor be placed in a special tax
Gib Brown to
asked Clerk Gilbert ( )
agent; Alicia Homrich home exten- optimum liming and fertilization of the litigation In the state of Florida tors of the Mayo Clinic should be That measure will be put.to a vote.
sion agent and Lowell Parrish 4-H variety selection" and pest manage-. write a letter District to Department Engineer for the company. As i,the assistant given a District 25 location choice. By adding all the "II., -*a SJOO.ono
coordinator for Bradford and Union ment programs. the citations says.Homrich Transportation the DOT to claim manager Cotton participatesin District 25 has recreational advan- cash carryover. 100.000 in interest
Walt Skinner to try to get
County's received at last week's received the Tupperware SR-100 from decisions involving lawsuits and tages and outstanding public schools the $48,000 tax increase, and $40.om)
Florida association of County award for food preservation.Paulk repave and resurface claims In all of the states and must be which the site selection committee gained by dropping the fire departments -
Homrich'soonwill Starke to Keystone Heights.
In Fort Lauder- pointed out familiar with their court decisions
Agricultural agents should know about and see. expenditures from Ihe county
"That highway is in terrible shape
dale. go to West Virginia the handicappedto to conduct a and everytime rains it Is almost! impossible and statutes In'order to make recom- "We must be good neighbors, but budget the$590.000 shortfall is reduc-
Announcement was made that seminar on teaching to drive,". Carter mendations. friendly competition is America's ed by nearly 400000.
Taylor was selected, along with use a microwave oven. is to be says."Someone killed on "W.need less regulation and fewer plan for growth and Increased opportunity It probably leaves the board with
Raleigh S. Grills of Palm Beach Parrish received the outgoingpresident's It going isn't done laws," Cotton said. He believes that ,"Cotton said, and feels that the some $200,000 to chop., lo ('\'rn nut
award in the 4-H association that highway something .
and Thomas) W. Oswalt of the laws under which business and industry -
County from other districts with
to receive nationaldistinguished held In conjunction with the and I will"be the star witness. If that operate.) and growth is accomplished representatives revenue expenses

service awards at the agents convention. happens Carter says. ,are strangling the oppor- . . .a' .
National Association of County Paulk pointed out that Parrish has. He pointed out the DOT last year tunities for the people of this district. ************************
Starke to the
Oklahoma City increased the number of 4-H clubs In resurfaced SR-100 from.
Agricultural Agents in District 25 (Clay. Bradford and St. '
Oklahoma the week. of August the county from two to 10 since he' Union County line. Johns counties) cannot be viewed allan i
10-15.. '-: took the program over six] years .'0. Island and Cotton stresses that the n 'f
Taylor an extension agent for 16years Paulk added that many or Parrlsh'sprograms RepavingIonles! health and prosperity of all the
In Bradford County was cited are filmed and shown to All Gone citizens of northeast Florida must be LEcT'A'SEy'
for developing and carrying out other county's trying to organize 4-H Brown reported that the $700,000 considered in ,local attitudes and k, ,_' 'TOMRE- ',..
"outstanding programs in vegetableand programs. bond money has resulted in all secondary -, issues r-"r: ) .
strawberry production, beef cat- "I am very, very proud of our roads in the county "having been For instance.) Cotton would : i;' ,.
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tle management, and field and forage agricultural working I have had retopped or' resurfaced.' He added welcome the much talked about Mayo \ '
crop production." the honor of with the five $3.993.83 was left In that account after Clinic to any part of northeast \ SUPERINTENDENT'' *
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I have been chairman of the : '
"Through his educational pro- years the project was completed recently. Florida but believes that the direr "
grams, county farmers have adoptedthe board's agriculture committee, r OF SCHOOLS *
latest recommended production Paulk says. ,. ,
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in:other action me county commission Lawtey Adopts Budget I PROMISE. PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP FOR ''* I

down drierTHURSDAY. Approved the recommendation of O QUALITY, I EDUCATION= FOB ALL CIT--/-='N..-. nr-. *..
the the Bradford County Planning and "
Zoning on following changes In tonIng expect to have the Information BRADFORD COUNTY *
: ( available at next month's ,
Gave approval to Burdette Greenefor ,," Rosier.stated. *
a change from open rural to MS to Pd Pol' A permit operations of a welding and r'Jk*14**k********************,l.'
stlrr..e repair shop, and sale of used equip-
ment on one acre four miles south of
Starke on the West side of LS-301.
Approved 5dw4rd Roberts request
for rezoning Iwo acres 2'/s miles northwest
1. of Lawtey from exclusive Ag I +
to.opep furaUo alllWtU ppla pmeatxof > k Ik r
vw f." two reeidence _on a:lwo-.cre tract. I
A conventional home Is already on
.Flu one acre, and a mobile home will be
placed on the other acre.

.AUGUS'7caVl'AN New River Church

HOOD OtIVI Thanks Bd. for Road
'A.M..M.. It I Pastor James Countryman of the :

"""eel A.,Ch.ratt.r... I W.lmi 054.SI*. New board River a letter Baptist thanking Church them wrote for paving the- Have you heard .

the road to the church near
SATURDAy.AUOUS"CAIWASH Brooker. the,latest .about
AND OAtACI All
to Jvrry'i Kl h Brown Resigns '
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In UwtoyMONDAY. Millard Brown tendered his 't

-. .. .AUGUST- It resignation as a member of the CETA 'We're. NAPA Muffler Center...
advisory board and the commission the quiet muffler pros. And chances ,- / mare -
BRADFORD COUNTYCommlMlm accepted the resignation with regret ,
Su<............. but did not appoint a replacement for I we're just around the corner.We'll
.:DO....... Brown. help you pick the muffler that'sright
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SCHOOL BOARD Exhaust Fans from economy mufflers to top-quality -
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IUOOST Workshop Set for Jail original equipment replacement r

.7DO".M.. ..... The commission received two bids types.' .4" 1

FAITH CHRISTIAN. ACADEMY for two exhaust fans for the Bradford Stop in soon.. well even give your
M lro...Fl.. County Jail in.Starke and awardedthe ; exhaust system a free inspection. a =- l
bid of $836 22 to Graudon's and I
Information. Night Sons Heating and Air Conditioning i t Remember:we're your neighborhood _. t
TonlgM-7:30. ...P.M.. firm of Starke. They rejected the$925 I muffler experts..and full-service -.J .
bid of Buffalo Forge Company of i dealers. '

SRADFORD C..........SOILS....Old WA rM Via Jacksonville. : J' ,NAPA-mufllon!Iro_ m only \|

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every Thursday 964-5899: 964-5831
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Second Starke.Class pottage Florida p.ld.t Also Coc''ktalls, I'.i; \ ': :I"; :

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FREE box Post Raisin Bran
How do
you save at the
money
checkout counter? FREE .ervlng size box of Betty .!.
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Use cash-off coupons! Crocker Potatoes Cream, a.30-cents I!
Edith Smith knocks $25 off her value. ,
weekly S75 grocery: bill by using FREE Betty Crocker cake mix.
coupons she has saved, traded for, or 'FREE 'Green Giant potatoes.
gotten through the mall for the price Edith has two coupons, one cut from
of postage. newspaper buy one-get one free
Carolyn deal There was a 15 cents off coupon
costing '13,23 this past Monday:Aug I on the box Mrs. Smith bought. She
r mailed In the (the nutrition ,
4, at Starke. Using qualifier
the Pigs!! Double-Off deals .f panel on the box) and got back a,,
(limit 4) and other cash-off coupon coupons f coupon for another box.
plus checks from 'refunding, Mrs. fi i FREE Country Time' lemonade
Slater totaled up more than the drink mix, a $2.50 value.
groceries: were worth; Ptggly-Wlggly FREE,. 12-oz. can 'GrgenGlsnt' -- ,
ended up paying the Hampton corn.A. :
houswlfe 70 cental I $3 check for All detergent Which
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Slater started made the detergent cost Mrs. ,Smith
saving from 30 cents per box.
coupons products they :
bought around the first of the
'
year.
'
They have since started the Hampton Purpose of the coupon clui) is to
Refund and Coupon Club. save money at the checkout counterby
The two ladles are searching for using refunds and cash-off gifts of-
more members for the club. The more fered on household goods and grocery
coupons that can be pooled the better products. There Is no membership t. 1 1lip
chance one can find a coupon to fit a .lY 41, r t Vy xr'1, 1 fee"We .
purchase that Is 'planned or help all persons who attend get i
necessary.The the cash-off's, forms and qualifiers
club will meet August 1* at I they need," says Mrs. Slater.
p.m.In the Hampton city hall.Anyoneinterested "We have each person who attends
in starting to use couponsor give us a list on the products they buy
most often. In turn, we want their + ,M1ti
In trading them is Invited to attend. r w 'C J'ija
The club,now four or live members Coupon Cache:.. help In getting the same so you don'tend
strong,will start beginners out. Needed Edith Smith thumbs through a up with a large supply of cash- Je 'r, ,t "b;,
to start out Is a list of items usually. Inch thick slack of coupons she ,offs yol.can'\I use.;Someone aC( the 61
purchased takes shopping with her. 1,000 or 1,500. meeting may use the coupon youcan'tM
In addition to the local coupon club, more coupons are left at home, ones Slater added. '"
the two Hampton ladles using addresses she can't me herself but uses to trade. tN"'I, --r-
Mrs. Slater's1
gained through subscriptionto : rules on refunding:
refund bulletins, trade coupons In the last two weeks Mrs. Smith 1) Save every label, food wrapper, Tie A Yellow Ribbon...
''with other persollll from all over the has received the cash-off box,and Inner seal you use. If there is ;
following or not a refund right now,there BHS cheerleaders place a yellow ribbon on one of the Stroud,
probablywill Cathy Gillingham, Michelle Brown, Terrie
The is made
country. exchange by free deals, her only outlay the 15-cent businesses
be in Bradford Square. From left, Khandice
mailing large self-addressed stamped stamps-: one In the near future. Mathews, Stacy Denmark, and Karen Chitty.
envelopes. The recipient takes what FREE box Souptimet 2) Purchase a supply of the least ex-
coupons she needs,puts In coupons requested .> off Nabisco cookies. At Piggly- pensive envelopes you Can find and a

,. the envelope.by the sender, .and returns Wiggly store,coupon Mrs. Smith In the can Telegraph.get$2 off witha The rolt. 3)of Read 15-cent carefully stamps all the refund offers Belles.Hang Bows for u.Hostages .-
find.
The ladies are careful to admit they box of cookies costs $119, so with the you can
: had a small Initial outlay in postage double-off deal, Mrs. Smith can get 81 cabinets 4) Check to see your if label have collection the labels and Tornado cheerleaders. rs have placed 200!'yellow ribbons" and Mrs.Betty Sue Denmark last Thursday and prepared'
.I. stamps lus subscriptions to the re- cents and the box of cookies. needed for the refund.you If can use throughout Starke. In honor of the U.S. hostages being,held and made up the ribbons Friday morning the girls went ''i
you '
bulletins. in
fund Stamps are a continuing FREE 1601. bottle of Sunllte cook- Iran. throughout the "1
the community placing the yellow ribbons 1
: cost Mrs Smith oil. product put it on your shopping Senior and Junior on
; bought$13 worthof Ing list. (NEVER BUY AN ITEM Varsity cheerleaders met with their business and office doors. e
stamps this week. FREE Mars candy bar. CAN'T USE. THIS WILL DEFEAT YOU sponsor.Mrs.. Debra Stephen, and the Cheerleader The project was the idea of senior varsity cheerleader
YOUR PURPOSE.) Try to plan Parent OrganizatloivProject Chairmen Mrs Alice Waters Karen Chitty. I"
menues around the refundable products '
Gas Tax ,i If .It.. a'''product you' use Car Wash Set 1
: see_ regularly. Substitute one product for This SaturdayThis

j (From Page IA.) ,and are to be repaid at $100,000 per French anotherfor fries.instance, potato. chips for Saturday the cheerleaders and their parent Stacy Denmark. Tabatha Folsom. Monica Green. Janet
,'.. when a $1.7 million bond Issue was year plus 5-percent Interest. With the 5) If you have both the labels and organization will sponsor a car wash and wax project at Jordan, Gina Lane, Terry Mathews and Doll Waters.
floated to pay for four-laning 301 first payment due during the upcom- the form,called a complete: deal" by' :the Community Bank 'parking lot from a.m. to 4 p.m. Junior Vanity cheerleaders are Tina Bowen. Michelle
north and south. The 1960 issue also ing budget year starting October 1. coupon collectors, staple them Your car will be washed and waxed for $10. Brown Lisa Dukes, Angle Folsom. Cathy Glllingham
refinanced a (1 million bond Issue Secondary road funds, derived together and mall them Immediately Members of the Senior Varsity cheerleaders are: Larl Johns, sAdie McDuffie, Michelle Stilwell, Chacidico I
passed in 1974 when 79-year old from the state tax on gasoline, ac- to the correct address Melissa Mayo,: captain; Vickie Carver, Karen Chitty, Stroud, and Donna Thornton. I
Charley Johns was acting governor. crues to the county at an estimate of 6)) Mall for your refund before the II I
The 1994 effort was the largest scale $375,000 annually. But the $100,000 expiration date Once the date Is past,
paving of secondary roads In the payment on the 301 bond program and the offer Is void.
county's history. Because of US-301 the$100,000 plus Interest on the resurfacing 7) While waiting for your refunds,
I \
has been slow business since. Issue must be paid first, leaving continue sending KMJ:more., I
left be
only $15.000 to used on I.
When the next million dollar bond secondary roads each year. A Golden'' Rule In refunding: .
Issue came along In 1968 it didn't go to
: pave roads which, but to build stands a en new U-301 courthouse cent commissioners gas taxis the only solution feel the to one-proc have NEVER a cash buy.off an.Item coupon.just on because i it. "If vou Jlqu o.w Using"rtxtra, large eggsfor..baking may.cause eakei. .to fall when cooltdj!, .:. (J ;1
now -rideihent with additional ton' vt(..oituHuvfemily( i .an'. use *
-
S-north WSttrWOrWJDB-on' MMAhfrtofc .,meet the county's need) teV.e.: vPi !tteJtem! av'lps'rft od odfvi& vt.11gijijiml ., ... .. I
.t tkenanda .. 1
build tile courUtouMtwas Mir SlaTe .. .O !;
; >point? .. I''
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..,....,!it/slatra! 01 eiiHiuri'I> I Ia 'Wgl!.* s taavAbeeltlH'1d | ,-irf* ftVIPiJ,* < I

j C- .!ty..!own:The.tb.'v people_"-... .uu.Kftluu.aA could__ have and turned let the A MESSAGE, t"

.' million dollars go to roads, but they I .
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didn't I \
: It was 1977 before the county secondary \
:- road fund ever got back up TO THE VOTERSOF .
: enough to consider paving another
.: secondary road. With a half million CONTACT -

dollars in the pot, the commission. __ I \. .
dusted off Its 20-year old secondary '
: paving priority list But the commission EMPIRE FORESTPRODUCTS : ,
got just one road repaved, the 1.3 -
-. mile stretch of Pleasant Grove ... ,
o Church! : Road,_before funds ran out. .IJVJC.. MilliMORADFunu

The problem In-1m was'the turn- .
back of five-roads by the Departmentof We Want To Buy Your Pine I
"A' '
Transportation for the county to I' '
:maintain. DOT put the roads in flrst-. ,, :..,. J"I
;class shape, but the cost $307,000 And Hardwood Pulpwood* it: .
.:came out of the county's secondary i. .
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road fund, wiping it out again.. Sawtimber And Pine Poles. : 'J..RJri"'J\M"fl \ LAWSON -' .

It also became -
Three years ago apparent
that something had to be paved done Call Us For A Good Price
to keep the county's existing

secondary deterioration.roads Thus,from the further$700,000 And'A Supervised Logging, IRIOIF8 i-D 'COUNTY .-I-5 a GBOWIM8-COUNTY and a place we

miles resurfacing which of'was approximately completed last 45 ., Operation.; : can,all, beproud!i ', of.'THEB'RAOFORD"COUNTY.
month. It took 18 months for the bond .
issue to be arranged through the DOT CALL OR WRITE: .,: : SCHOOL SYSTEM is also on the grow,

due and to the inflation county lost during.valuable the negotiations money, Steve Carter: .. WlthTufbget' p'ushing'the'eight million dollar mark. The .

with the DOT. >> I I operation;of the school system in Bradford County has In fact
The bond money was borrowed Lake City Area Manage; j _.
BIG BUSINESS.
'_against future secondary road funds become ,
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004-752-7183 OFFICE ..- I truly BelKTV'e'In orderfor the system to WORK the School Board

904-752-1006+ HOME MUST VftSrftHJogether'with no time for petty and personal feuds

betwef t board members or administration. Since you elected

.., .' \ JIM UWStN this OFFICE OF TRUST I have
ELECT 2\-: ", ..to two years ago .
worked: hard to try and bring unity to the Board and to the

GEORGE 4 ,systel I t. f fe t fthls has been ,done.
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Buried Treasure at '.Black: Creek ? '1 ::c1 '.'" I County Agents;,, l lJ


: bv Bobbv I..Tw;'re 1
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Time was when all the activities on (Editor's note: This was the so- Auguatr 'to point In West Florida The financial plight Of Bradford 'Notebook

Kingsley Lake weren't centered called Newnansvllle Road which, in to pay the Spanish soldiers there was County In 1914 seems to have been .. .. ,
around swimming, water-skiing, and Indian War days, connected: the then attacked new..Kingsley Lake by a about as bad then u It to new according
fishing. Would you believe that digging county seat of Alachua County with band of Indiana. to this Oct. .8, I.M Item:

on the for buried list of treasure summer was once In high we Middleburg.) "He and Us men are said to have "'' 'finances of Bradford) County A popular landscape ever that a trunk diameter lesa-than six Inches
'' will thrive In all of Florida I 11 will need two to three pounds of
around the mouth of Black Creekon parts
area 'chest of near the
buried the money are In such a muddle that the Commissioners all garden fertilizer for
the east side of the lake,now a partof bridge over Black Creek to prevent It are not paying any bills at ar This plant Is cold' hardy an inch purpose of trunk diameter. Larger

the Camp Blending reservation? .from falling Into the hands of the red present We hope they will put thingsIn and salt tolerant. trees every need five pounds of fertilizer lor

men. The paymaster and all his men shape la time to let loose somemoney Inch of trunk diameter. Trees
'As proof of this statement, we offer were killed by the savages and no one for Christmas." Podocarpus will grow fairly large, every
fertilized each
but
the usually up to forty or fifty feet In should be year
the. Item from
following buried
knows where !the treasure was it-
amounts be divided into two
these can
<: September 18 1914 Issue of The ,height They make very good
\I // although many efforts have been There seems to have been some if
specimen plants In the landscape, and or three different applications you
Telegraph made to find Its the old that Bradford
truth to
: i story they're also useful as screen plan- like If you notice that the trees
High School was built on the site of an or In taU hedges. The foliage Is haven't really grown very much for

I' Near the mouth of Black Creek on '".glance at the numerous excavations ancient cemetery according to an wily used In floral designs l and their age, you should apply less fertilizer
that have been made In that item published a June IBM Issue of flower to prevent possible root Injury.
the east side of Kingsley Lake are the The "While many shops grow podocarpusfor .
Telegraph excavatingfor
ruins of an old bridge built by the area shows that recent attempts have : just this purpose.
''Spaniards many years ago. At the "The story Is that the paymaster of been made to unearth the traditional the cesspool near. the new high Plants can be started from seeds or

'. 'time the bridge was built, a road the Spanish army of occupation In treasure, but nothing to our school building, some colored There are two types of podocarpusthat cuttings. Seeds are' often found
skirted the lake at this point. Florida, while on his way from St. knowledge!;was ever found." laborers unearthed five rude.' board will grow In Florida/ One is the sprouting while still attached to the
coffins Thursday morning. macrophylta, a tall tree with willow- fleshy stalk of' the parent plant.
explanation was ever made as to like leaves. Leaves are dark green on Another means of propagation Is to
how the coffins got there In the first the surface and paler ,underneath. use four to six Inch tip cuttings. These

place them.: or what was ever done with They may reach four Inches In length require ten to twelve weeks to root.'

,. . and about a quarter of an inch in I
* width. Macrophylla produces both The macrophylla variety has been

i : In 1tI0'1be careful motorist always male and female.flowers. used to a great extent In foundation

:, EfUl'TORlA.L.S,: : ) ; : : Look carried along the necessary tools to plantings and In hedges. This plan is
: : : help clear the roads as they drove The other podocarpus that grows such a rapid grower that you'll needto
along. A Telegraph of 70 years ago well In Florida is the nagi. It reaches shear it often. to keep it within the
noted that Dr. Albert H. Freeman a height of forty feet, and Its leaves bounds of your landscape design.
"
always carried.. axe in his car "for are somewhat larger than those of the
es cutting down stumps so that the macrophylla. Problems you may run Into with
podocarpus are scale insects,
machine can pass ever them and your
'=---- Y Col. C.'". Peek always. carried;; a hitching Podocarpus needs a well-drained leaf spot, ,root rot and menatodes.

/ Lo R V rope for use if he got stuck in Improved soil and a location that's Scale Insects attach themselyes'
oat the mud or sand. either in full sun or partial shade. twigs and ,leaves and suck out the
When setting plants Into the ground plant Leaf spot also affects
make sure plant them at the same foliage
you
plant In severe cases, leaves
depth they were growing at In the
LtJ nursery. A saucer-shaped depression will drop from the tree prematurely.

FORESTRY around the tree will help hold water Control measures include using
., ; f f1i5R sterilized soil for planting and apply

J1.\\\c.Q I I I. .II' CU COUNTY You should water the plant dally for ing (ungicde| .Root rot Is a serious
: \0' I' a few days by filling the depression. '
1Carrot problem) And the
I ", OtAi' .., After the plants are established, they may cause plant'sdeath
';' '' 1 No practical control 1s
i-:E I By Mark FrIes only need occasional watering.
available for root rot,so you'll have to

\ depend ort good cultural practices,. to
I Podocarpus are fertilized according
prevent or delay the problem.
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to size. For example a tree with .
v t
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There are ways to harvest timber

and pulpwood without filling the nearby _

on A Stick .. r streams with sand and lilt, and the LETTERS REAGAN WILL END
-=- =- Florida Division of Forestry Is ready MONEY MERRY'GR N I
to show the best methods to lan ;;

It / __ 'f downers and loggers.A .

Dear Sir: Mr. Reagan's offer of the Vice-
series of public meetings will be Presidency to President Ford was
held by local foresters In au areas of In your editorial of July 14, "Same completely
and sincere but
honorable
the state in July. August and Old Refrain" you' refer to Mr. was
blown-out of chance of
Higher Homestead ExemptionMay September, to explain the recommended Reagan In a western shirt and cowboy the any media's desireto
happening by news
=
'Local'
practices announcements hat as a hip-shooting, offthecuffcandidate
will be.made as to time for President. create news 'Instead of reportingthe ,

Mean Loss Control and place. Come now,Mr.. Editor..surely-you news.T_ ,- ?,' shot'; **
of 0 forestry"operaLions can think of an original way to opposea Ronald Reagan's hip are
From time to time,
Republican candidate, other than beginning to be heard all across this .
Ie ,_ are blamed with damaging repeating the liberal Eastern news land, as be reminds the people that
11 .olls\{ fishing and hunting along! streams by media's line., ..'M.. .. gaye/iunant; & f''t' at the sufferance I.
Oithe\ basis of figures If the. new- homestead amendment which he believes- the practice used bi cutting the trees! ;# :> 11' .. of'tMrAmerican taxpayer, j

released Tuesday by the State amendment is approved, will result in the loss of more; or trees.plowing the" land.s'' -,for f a new- ',*crop" \i"of' YOIIllpea. 'of Mr:Reaga A's.-accep-r? ,women.and are.paidVtarjby-ivorknifl' :.The S'progtam'represenCI! men and I

Elections Office, Florida property tance speech as predictable, with ,
Bradford County stands to local control in the matter of
waste of theirlnoney. theft from
nothing to offer in the of new
appraisers apparently in funds received by county Most of the practices to guard way their must have ,the
lose $33 million tax- state pocketbooks
some
horizons. That sir, is Just what the
fell short in their drive to col- and munici- against stream damage Involve waste eliminated, or these programs
districts
able values, but the normal in- school with site American taxpayer Is fed-up
precautions cutting or
lect enough signatures of must lie tells us that, if elected, his
go.
crease in appraisals and new palities. preparation In a strip 300 feet wide' with-(New Horizons). Under the
registered voters to put an construction will offset most along streams, and In the construc- present administration with its vast going to put an end to the money \
amendment the November democratic majority In .Congress it merrygoround.where our money
on Section 8 of the amendment tion and maintenance of logging
of this loss the current tax becomes be
General Election ballot set- on funds' roads. has given us new horizons of govern- Washington's, to spent by
"State
provides: may ment spending, creating a public states and cities exactly the way the
ting 65 percent as the basis for be appropriated to the several "The major goal of the is deficit of over a trillion dollars, while federal bureaucrats tell us it has to be1 \
assessment values school districts program ; also he will put an end to a ,
property counties to keep sediment from entering breaking the backs of the. middle spent notion
rather than the present goal of municipalities or special stream channels when forestry operations class citizens. that the American taxpayer ex
ists just to fund the federal
100 percent. districts upon such conditionsas disturb the forest soil cover." The American taxpayer now finds government i
said George Reinert professional
While may be provided by himself with a new horizon new se-
255,653 signatureswere forester who U directing the Divisionof If, sir, that is hip-shooting{ western
general law. These conditions cond job while the lady of his life
needed to place the proposal Forestry program.He shirt and cowboy hat ,
working people
include the of works outside( the home just to make
may use
the of Bradford will :
on ballot, the ends meet. County shoot front
number was apparently some relative ad valorem assess said the aim ls to develop our hips in the voting booths for our(

3,000 short by the 5 ment levels determined by ,a guidelines by 1963 which if followed, While, at the same time the very existance on November 4, 1980.
p.m. would make all major streams and
Tuesday deadline, according state agencr designated by bodies of water in Florida both dollars government grants thousands of tax Thank you Mr. Editor for theV
for the of the
to the state office.Although general law. flshable and awl"''. monkey's mating study. habits ring-tailed in Lower chance to respond.

the proposed This wording apparentlymeans There Is a federal law requiring all Mongolia. Henry Montford, Jr.:

amendment that the state could steles to set similar guidelines and if Route 2. Box 310- '
was constantly
You chill Mr. Reagan's attacks Starke Fl 132091' :
on
base its appropriations to the the states fail guidelines from
referred to in the daily school and Washington then could be imposed Big Government, (but not that of Big
as a "tax cut county system the law. Forest Business). Mr. Carter says that
newspapers under practices are Reynolds Aluminum
other local agencies on la "we've lived too well". That, sir is .
plan] this was a misnomer.The only a part of the overall federal act; "
measure was originally percentage basis tied to the other land use practices fall under the the head of a government which has Recycling Company

promoted by property ap- roll, leaving n net loss of from county's relative standing ,ia jurisdiction of other agencies of the utterly refused to live within its ,Pays 23< Lb. \

as six to eigh million which regard to the 100 percent stale, means,and which in the last few days "
praisers a plato
prevertfurther must be m;' Je up by an incase assessment level now told us that this coming year's deficit It makes lot of "cents" -23 cents :
increases in taxes "We hope to do the Job without will be sixty billion dollars.This dares a pound to be more specific -to recy. .
( in tax millage. The demanded by the state. If thatis
rather than a plan to cu' taxesas Washington, through' voluntary efforts the finger of blame at cle aluminum for the Muscular
presently levied. Bradford ( ounty Commission an- true, then the county will by Florida logging operators business and labor both of which Dystrophy Association and help raise '

County appraiser Jimmy ticipates that the higher have, indeed, lost control over and landowners," said. "Andwe have been engaged in a losing struggle funds for "Jerry's Kids." ..

Alvarez said that he and other homestead exemption will the local property appraising, by hope showing to get them their it voluntary Is to their efforts own just trying to stay even. During August Starke citizens may .'
their
had not likely be approved In benefit to the woodland streams recycle aluminum every Tuesday --"
promotedthe keep
appraisers from ,
9:30 AM
: to 11:00 AM in front
proposed amendment as a November and consequentlythe Property appraiser Jimmy free of pollution during forestry High taxes, we are told, are good of TC& Y, Bradford Square, US 301 S.
'
"tax cut" plan, but had board is using the ten- Alvarez has expressed doubts operations. for us, as if when government spends '
pro- tative figure of 8.978 mills for that any state agency would qur money it Is not inflationary. bus Reynolds Aluminum Recycling
posed a cap of five percent on "Some of the we'll when we spend it, it Is
its tax in its have the information the steps suggest Company-Pays 23C a pound for all-
future county tax increases.If levy making up would make It easier to harvest and aluminum beverage cans and certain.
budget for the new fiscal year. data or the expertise to:set the site for a new crop of This administration' has a' new other clean bousehold aluminum but

the sixty-five percent This will be an increase of accurate assessment levels gees, and all .of them are good horizon, let me tell you about It. It is If the recycler indicates that the.
assessment value has in fact 1.089 mills over the current for individual counties., business which any landowner In- called an Indigestible economic stew. aluminum is for MDA and Jerry's

failed to get a spot on the levy of 7.889 mills. However. Section 8 of the new terested maintaining the quality of The Ingredients Include: one part ,, Kids Reynolds will send the cash
November ballot, chief in- homestead exemption amend- his land and water would want to recession one part run-away taxes, none t value of the recyclable metal to MDAIf :-
"
Property owners will practice. part high" unemployment,and one, 'apart
terest will lie in another ment apparently gives the deficit spending seasoned with the public recycles between now

amendment, the one awar- rrcfive notice of the increase state the power to do just that. The practices will call for selective, an energy crisis. It's an economic and Labor Day. Reynolds will donate'an

ding Florida homeowners a and will be provided with Otherwise the county may careful harvesting of trees In the stew that has turned the national I additional penny a pound to MDA'to :
figures showing what the ac- 300-foot strip along streams both to help Jerry's Kids "
$15,000 exemption on their suffer a reduction in 'its stomach.I ,
the natural ground coverand
homesteads "across the tual increase in tax dollars appropriations of state funds.. preserve to keep the water shaded. believe sir; that the Federal "Acceptable aluminum Includes

board." Everyone will get the will mean to them. Public Government! is overgrown.- and aluminum. beverage.-caos.,,,,,and. ..
hearings will then be held to All is not gold that glitters Disturbing the surface of the forest overweight. Indeed It a time our other clean household aluminum such

same exemption, whether give taxpayers an opportunity and the loss of local 1 control in soil so.that erosion will result Is to be government should go on a diet. as pie plates, foil frozen food and dinner
senior citizens or not. At the the matter of avoided beside the' streams, 'and trays and dip, pudding and meat
be
to heard. property
present time senior citizensare appraisals firelines and access road*> should be In foreign affairs you say that Mr. containers," according to Tom

allowed $5,000 State oybethe bitter pill located outside the strip whenever Reagan rattles the sword, but failedto prsney,. district recycling manager '
more on Representative Frank q
.
that has in explain how he would accomplish for Reynolds. ',
possible.,
their hurnestead exemptionthan Williams sees a "bug" in the order to obtain additional such a goal, and at the same time cut j 1'!.

others. new homestead exemption homestead If a road must cross a stream it taxes. When Mr Reagan became the i: Certain other items. Including'aluminum
exemption. ,: should be sloped'very gently and Governor of California, able-bodied siding, gutters, storm !door
cross at right, angles to minlmlte people receiving welfare checks were and window frames and lawn fur-
disturbance. The streams should be required to report for work each day. niture tubing as well as 'tcertain'
kept free of tree lops and limbs., Guess what happened? About half of aluminum castings are also,
: the people failed to show for work. ; redeemable: This aluminum must be,
r1.9RID'1? ,' >IItpU t free of all foreign
art ('ItJ Logging roads, whose hardpscked materials cut to'
R-rJJ-: 't 1v f SINCE 1879, "" surfaces often become race courses J: lengths not exceeding three feet and.
: :::: Ai When this Is applied to the whole na- i should
not
,)1; .' I'\," '" < for eroding streams of water, should lion there would be a surplus of :- be mixed with cans.

Mf'';''I'l r;: "lidgrttp 11 be built with frequent water turnouts money-yes, Mr. Editor enough to

0\ ... '" i to disperse sedlraentladen water Into restore a strong America without Sgt Jimmie M. Lane'
oJ I the undisturbed forest floor before It ever having to raise taxes again. >
,reaches the ,stream channel. FORT CAMPBELL .i
Ky.-Sgt. Jlm-
SOB G. ..
ii FERGUSON JOHN
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"ullll.II.rs" iM ;; 1 Logglna. Starke and Mack Lane,

I published Mill Thursday. unit.nt.>.4. as t.coed CI... Mo"., M lk. foil OHi oJ(,.,k.. Mrti, J.i met Merck ) Ii,.' '* '' ( Pleasant Grove, Florida, recently,
= completed a basic noncommissioned
Subscription rate In" .<(. .,.., U ft year: IS Six MontHiOvflliU -= ( ': oe::: officer course at Fort Campbell Ky.Lane '

trade. .'..: Miser year: SS.SO)six Months --- -
Lake Superior Is the only/ body' of fresh water In the world, h assigned to the 331st Field'

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Valerie Pabst -
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Coffee Honoree ''uV-;

Miss Valerie Pabst. whose marriage .
to Brad Carter will be an eventof : '
August 0, was complimented at a fYlte flJodal f/Jide IL.
Coffee Saturday morning at 'the
Crystal Lake home of Mrs. Jerome
ohnJ ,
Hostesses with Mrs';,'Johns were g( J / .
Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Mr*. EE: :,. 'Thorn1,[ T ,H't1964t7608tl.,J'\ i I
ton, Mrs. Warren Wlnkler Mrs. ( //he

Tr Joseph Vallnskl I. Mrs. J.E. Denmark; f ew .
t +f and Mrs John Anderson i
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$ Mrs' .John*greeted the guests at the ,
door., and, ,oPWittited',them tov the '.t ia ll i.tthtlafah .
receiving Il of 'the
a ; as composed --
bonoree/herslster, Mrsi Marion Harrington (,' \c' aMr I
and mother and grand-

fll( at79gf:tII' mothersi.olithe, proepeetiv* 'groom and Mfs.:Orie Wiggins Celebrate Golden Anniversary
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,, ? Mrs. JUasi*Carter* JivMrs. Maxle .
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: / Carter: andiMrsi Blake Jackson. 4w' '! lerf" ;
Y, l All those lintbe receiving line were 'Mr. and MrsV'OrW'. : ArvVwigglns'
1 1xu
102. ....7. given whitejcarnBtion: corsages. celebrated their toidb ri'v.djing anniversary
The Coffee table had two white Sunday frorrt i *
:ud'o'Hl linen runners with -band crocheted t eiIildron at le
OrksWoman'dCMlb..tit"
lace at-ooeb and of the table At one '
u"'I. ) >end of the;404a was a silver'punch Their children attending' ; were Mr.
II.' ;!' bowl with iced coffee and a sU.ercol. and Mrs. Don Neel and Mr. and Mrs.

11t!. fee sendee tthe other end.Down the Philip Nichols of S rk*rA r and: Mrs.
.I length ofttheilong table'were. silver Bobby Wiggins: of..WUldorfn.MoV.Mr.
I / candle,holders)/Mrith..burning silver and Mrs. JlmmyWlulm-JackaOn-: 1
tapersi interspersed', between' each vIDe and Mr, and Mrs.,4o Wiggins :'
candle holder were gold encrusted :of Fairburn, Ga. Grandchildren at- \

buLa.. tique crystal gbbtets with a floating) tending were Kevin.!lJeet" ,Andy and
{ single carnattoatiir,each Gold 'and Chris Wiggins. Robert Wiggins and t.
\ sUverBM'Vlng.tnya were used. Monica Nichols. t
e L Pouring coffee* at> intervals were' Mrs. Frank Hemingway kept the \
0 Mrs. W.li. Mondyt Mrs.:J.D. Seymourand guest book at a table covered with a ,
Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Presiding, linen cutwork cloth and graced with '.
at the punch bow? ) were Mrs. L.MT .n arrangement lot ladalpiet I ;l j n'',
I n f Norman, MIiiiAime Haynes. and Mrs. The foyer table I l Bement'' > '
'JoanChitty.'o1-: "' of yellow l t- olds r : :' ,
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I' -- I'\' hostesses' presented the ." *;J) r Z.: tll'
,': -)" -.. \ honoree with Teakwood salad bowl The stage Wa | tTOted 'With',, \ : :. : a .
.,.r.- '411 Aft ....".. "-: ',. set with individual salad bowls as a. palms and a large tefrtj iMttTand; the-, : ; '1
..'. """ .' memento of tltetoccaslon.'Outoftown > piano held an artanfeVrfenf of multicolored : K
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I "- { . ti : fj nneats were Mrs.'L.H.: roses. t [

'11rt''r,. ,. ,l!1'l JI ". Johns of Jacksonville.' Mrs. 'G.J. Mrs. Wiggins wore 4 long apricot
McGriff Jr.and daughter Kathleenof
polyester lace gown aecsnted with a '0' '
"t Gainesville.and Misses Karen and ,
I Mr..M':8.Ed..f..te.: cybidlum orchld.StandJng.nett to her, ""t1' '
Lauran Harririgton of Ormond Beach. ,
In the receiving line-war Mrs. Ran-
";Yolanda Hernandez and Eduardo Infante call betweenetthe were and to dolph Boree of Jacksonville, who was :,: T ., '
I ,_. hours 10:30: U
It!'" .. Mrs. Wiggins'bridesmaid' hi their_ ,':,. .
Wed August.1QSt.'Edward'sChurchlYolanda noon. = tx. wedding. "T "'--' "" -
The food and hors d'oeuvres table in ) '

;; >> carnations ', 1n i ltI .the sunroom was covered! with anArmyNavy :, .
: Carldad Hernandez, white gladiolus', poms and lace'and' Unen loth and ,
daughter; of Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Her- and baby's breath placed next to It. Mrs.. Mar U9 MengShower was centered with an arrangement of '. ; ,I'(' : .
: lumdet of Starke and Eduardo Ira> Dr. Hernandes was best man. if i Jf'",
near yellow roses yellow carnations and i.:. .
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fante,son of Dr.and Mrs, Eduardo N. Ushers were Richard Phillip,Orlando ; yellow shasta daisies flanked by l .. '1'
Infante of Raiford were united ,in Hurtado de Mendoza Carlos A. Her._ Mrs. Martin Meng of.Hampton single silver candlesticks. '...J.'i'
Marriage Friday, August 1. at < p.m., nandes and Modesto Hernandez. Lake was honored at a Shower The two punch fablesIn ''the' ,
t In Mrs. Juana M. Infante of Raiford given the Mr.and Mrs.Orle Wiggins
) St. Edward's Catholic Church. .? Friday night;; August 1 by auditorium were covered with Army
Rev, Edward Kirby performed the mother of the groom was matron of ladies of Hampton.Baptist" "- Church; -in., Navy cloths and ,held silver punch. cake were silver candelabras with Mrs. Leo Wiggins and Mrs. Hal" Alex-' '"
nuptials. Luis Vidaurreta honor. She wore a green qiana gown the Fellowship HaD:': "
was. bowls encircled withrgreenery. white tapers. ander. Assisting In serving were Mrs. :
speaker.Mrs. with matching hat' Games were conducted and prizes The cake table In front) of the stage During the reception hours Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. Eugene Tanner -
George Canova organist Attendants were Mrs.: Edith Hur awarded by the:(,stating hostesses, was covered with a silk organdy cloth George Canova played piano selec- Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs.
presented a program of nuptial tado de Mendoza and Mrs. Maggie Mrs.Charies :Huttoand ,Miss.DenlseRahine with embroidery -braid and was tions of the 30's era. Charles Hardy.
music. Phillip, sisters of the bride, and Miss v,t; errs..11 ,n-" centered with a three tiered, pillared Cutting the cake were Mrs. C.D. Out-of-town guests were Mr.' and
The altar was flanked by two maQthing Cecilia Infante,1 sister of the groom. The honoree.was presented with a cake decorated with gold daisies and Williams and Mrs. Tom Southwell. Mrs. Randolph Boree, Mr. and Mrs.
basket arrangements 'of Mrs. Hurtado de Mendoza'wore a baby bootie corsage.The refreshmenttable topped with golden bells. Flanking Presiding at the punch tables were Hal Alexander !Mr. and Mrs. Tom
gladiolus, ftijr mums carnations, lavender gown with matching hat and was centered with a pink and Southwell and Jason, Mrs. Eve
daisies, pompoms and baby's breath carried an arm bouquet of lavendar blue baby theme.flqwer, arrangement. Menefee, Mrs. Inez Morrison Mrs.
hi-the bride's chosen: colors. Two tree and plum daisies. Mrs. Phillip and Pink and blue lreamers,decorated Mrs. W. Fred Moore Cel lebrates 75th Birthday Leo Wiggins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ''I 1
eandelabras Miss Infante wore rose gowns with tb.t Him ; ,! I''I'
were placed at focal yu I' Hemingway and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bax-
points. A large arrangement of white matching hat and matching arm Gifts aisle presented,to M'M eng Mrs. W. Fred Moore.'centre ted her, .'..Jacksonville;' Mr. and Mrs Mickey ley of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
gladiolus carnations fujl bouquets. from a wooden cradle wpich was hand. 75th birthday Sunda" lIj *3,.wlth' Moore and Trisha Lawtey. Patz of Orange Park Mr. and
pours and baby's breath was place Miss Edith Hurtado de Mendoza; made by the prospective! father,Martin dinner at the Steak House and a partyat OUt-of-town guests ''were 'Mrs. Mrs. C.D. Williams of Interlacken;
under the altar. The Blessed Virgin niece, was flower girl. Meng. the Tom Casey residence.on Crosby Rachel Boyer, Jacksonville; Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Huff of Waldo
.Mary's statue had an arrangement o Given In marriage by her father, Lake, hosted by her children ,,' .. -:;: .< Jewel Wade, Tampa pond MichaelBarker Mrs. Mary Williams of Hampton; Dr.:
the bride wore an 9Nttt' ill' .. The refreshment table was covereawith Orange rark.DUPLICATE and Mrs. Herbert Bollinger of
reemiroideredlace. a white lace cloth and was
tion of Jersey and .
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Foster
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'Retirement Dinner The lace at the Queen Anne Clndv'Ed'wWd o. I \ centered with an arrangement of Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur

:For Carolyn neckline was carried through on the ri '' .' yellow. mums, white daisies, pink BR1DGRi Heater Blandenboro, N.C., and Dr. J I
! ; RedgrayesJr qfK. ...."I Irtt..tldi' [ItilllkWJfJY' bl>';ld <'LUBRE8V"TSUf i 1
r fitted bodice and sleeves. The natteringAdfaesktentledthalntcetrimtrF Tqm uupsiaRuti : "
vt!! : 1Q and Mrs. Ned of Crestview.
1$ Coury '
_!) rw.A rDlW t edgravesv-who has, .. To Wed 9 .l'J y 'rJ ctalffJlq .rake-atadptstt ft W8JIi ,i>.-* ItluU i .. .*, Approximately 'callod1 i v"J l
I!, been an employee with the Charley Ei'\! '\\ ea chapel length train. She wore a' August from,each/i end -r- Eva -Msthewson and' Krish 'Sonl" during the appointed hours.'suestx: ,,
Johns Agency for the past 16 years,; crucifix with diamonds and opal stone Miss Cindy Edwards, daughter of daughters( ;- Debbie'.Antewq'.. 'andKaffiyHobbs. were the winning couple at Duplicate >
was given a retirement dinner satur-l mounted on a gold chain, a gift to her Mr. and Mrs. .W:!,.,pEdwards of ? Bridge Tuesday night. Lori Francis !f
day night at the Western Steer Steak from her parents. She wore a double' Kingsley: Lake and Torn< {, Duncan: son FrIends: and relative-'Billed: between and Rhea Johnson were second and td
House. white veil trimmed In white lace matching .. of Cola Lee Dunes of, Jacksonville the hours of 3 to 5. c Jerry and Hazel Moran were third. STEVE ;i
' The head table'w... centered with) the. gown and carried a cascade, and Donald E. Duncan of Pfafftown, Children and grandchildren present The club will play next Tuesday SIMMONS
I an arrangement of yellow pompoms; of cymbidium orchids and miniature) 'II N.C. will be united Ifttoarrlage Saturday -, were: Mr. and Mrs:! J.. W.Thomas and night at the Pratt Street Recreation \(
and roses and down the length of the carnations. ;August 9, at II am.: at the First Jay, Live Oak; Mr. and Center at 7:30: P.M. and every Tues for Tax Collector
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side tables was a garland of ivy interspersed A reception' was held at the Starke I?Presbyterian Church in Starke with a Casey. Gainesville; Mrs'Johns day thereafter at the Holiday Inn at
with bowls of roses. Woman's Club. i reception Immediately! following In Hobbs, ; Mr&nd Mrs.Lee 7:30: P.M. Pd Pol. Adv by Dot Simmons,
t !dr.. George Miller,'HrVed ash)) The two food tables In the Sunroom the: church Fellowship Hall Casey and Tara Klngstey Lake) Mr. \A
emcee and read a poem on Mrs. were covered with lace cloths over All friends a.ndrel tly sare, Invitedto and Mrs. S.D.'Andrewsjppbble' and ,

t' Redgraves'lire.. white skirts and were draped.by attend.) "II "ril. CI Randy, Wildwood; Mrs. ayre.Todor, 1
The 40 guests Included the ) greenery and flowers. The tables held "'1" .. '>m1.,\ yN" OrangePark; Mr. and/,,Mra; Danny I

employees of the Community State i an assortment of gourmet food and ; ." ,..,;1>'-I Thompson, Kevlnr av,d",'I(Bryan, ,i
Bank. Out-of-town it
guests were Mrs. hors d'oeuvres prepared by Mrs. Her-
Charles:; Parker and daughter, An-n; nandez, mother of the bride. '

nette of Miami and Mr and Mrs.'' The bride's table In the auditoriumwas ,.,? ,.CHRIST LUTHERAN :n.Vb :. _,) .'
Wayne Kinney and son of Bradenton.' covered with a white Imported \
'I'lfl/f! EfW. ;il" ;5S al ml ."
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The honoree was given a yellow handmade, needlework cloth and was ".',m fiu! ..1-.. CHURCH, & .. I ,. .\ 1
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rose and set of china from the >, ..iYour
corsage centered with a four tiered cake en- 11 TA11WF'a ; : ''' -,,. .
and other' from In1dividual Agency gifts
', circled with springer Interspersed] .

.*,. with pompoms. The cake was sprinkled tdi''d bGlen, .) 473-24, t p"l' !o. :
with candy pearls and topped with.a I.. nh:1: i. *ui Inabol ft :.
Rehearsal Dinner bride and groom. Ch't + :l l't j ;;' "
Two large basket arrangements of rcnartl :.Servicei,1 : I

For Wedded CoupleMiss gladiolus,, fuji mums, carnations I .", ." looiK '( wystone ,

Linda Haas and fiance Mark daisies, pompoms and tables breath'1 ,Il Lions Club!' 'is II( I ,r< I' .
were placed hindThe the .
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Everett Trimpey were honored at a two punch tables were covered it <3oo'f.' Jc:!)'
buffet dinner '"I"'"i'WbU:fcla. n. .d for Summer Months .
m coi
Friday evening July 25., with lace cloths and centered with (r f t g'St,1tJu ,4"

following their wedding rehearsalgiven 'silver bowls encircled with springer, '" 0) 1771., .1 old'.office J
by her parents, Mr., and Mrs. and pompoms.At ..
William Haas In the Fellowship Hall the end of the IIJ: III e "
of .Christ Community Church In Tampa were given champagne reception to toast guests'the ,ELECT ;o '11z A, Y.:1 i b'3bilJ"a '.' typewriter is worth ,


Guests were seated at a U-shaped bride Mrs.and Edith groom.Hurtado. de Mendoza. cut Walter fifescpl# (f>bni at least $1

table decorated with three silk mixed r the cake and Mrs. Maggie Phillip kept lanolZ&d : a pound "
flower In shades of
arrangements '
the bride's book. .1. Group"! .
orange and beige. were Mrs. Margaret the .
Assisting '") 'toward purchase
The 40 guests present were Howard, Mrs. Florence Meyers. Mrs. City.Council. 01mov! 1 ,
members of the immediate families, Maria Stephenson, Mrs. .Augustine. ocr J .. r : S9T6V' ..
wedding party and, out-of-town. Mixon, Mrs. !Maggie Phillip and Mrs. Qualified in City of this newSMITHCORONA'
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guests Following. entertainment Edith Hurtado de Mendoza. tt.'. ;) Government! ;
dinner musical '
The couple will reside In Santo'' ,
w... provided by several Dominican .. a 11 *; Experienced.sriJ] 10 ,a1
: Domlngoi Republic where .. .,
friends of the .
couple. .'be enrolled In Medical. f ,r" s fa: Pd Pol /tdvP: (d For By W>t6 after WaalcoH'd 9Jg1U. .

School. 8000. i
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Friends EntertainedAt EO ., a ,.rlltw, Un r b&JJ8sml! ..IIfl. 'f .' '

Shaller Home r1' ?1JQIIS file ..
Broken or broken down '
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Monday evening. Aulll,4.-:Mrs. .ti: j1".u:, '.' ,, '. ."'IIoq 'JdJ We working or not-it can help ..,,.,d-: I

Robbie Shaller "hosted a party for 'v IinJJII r<.'," ":f .9aiW1S J 'J. t
friends celebrating recent birthdays. you o\\n..R new: Smith- ; ','.

Gifts were exchanged prizes awarded :] 'S'tber.'S.' U'aII; uaclo : Corona :Model 80OO. I If it l.-' .. !:. ,,' .."\ >
and delicious food served to those weight 401bv.,aeNil lake 'D J,. '. "

attending Mrs. Joseph Qlssy Mrs. ,'\' 30r'2iUA S-W off bur regular! prt.C. 50 / i
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Michael Gilhooly. Mrs/1 Paul Meng r. : ; .
and Mrs. Francis Meng.. flit n for.TaxCollectori'EXPERIENCE I ; ',, "oI9IfJbr IbA.1 601bO : ". .It

On Tuesday/August 8, Reverend ,, ', I', >ifl oro;" .', '1' ." ", ';> 19Usm I) Actually'''ve' nre not collmr- )..... ... .
Father Donald Sullivan from Dublin. tlstisBOR I .'t. --,-. .
:. ; 2 'YClRS 'f Ireland was honored with a luncheon \ .,. ling old.tf pgviritcra wet 'I"8i1"' :.
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attended by friends at the home of you
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Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. F modern,, highly efficient, rt' .rL.super'
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tough cartridge
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Did *ou'l(1noW-'j.;) loading machine. Car- "'""I" :'

Attending the Haas-Trimpey wedding 1 I: gO'dWgr! : .)A6PERTY &,. PAY 'TAXES .. :bridges? Let us show you .J, ,.! ff,; t'r.,r I J

July 26 from Starke at the Christ I :i fts\\" ''fitfltJ'( : i' A6FO'R :I COUNTY how '\\itl\ a. touch and a lap .'" :. \, ; \ i

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Mrs.Robert Levon Milner.Andrews-Mr.' Mr. and Nra.and''Mrs.Don i' : nlJtWltt'BE/ A FULL-TIME, .. .. (COOO) 000-0000 for detain on our dollar-a-pound dealr .' !, ;;

Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Broome., "' : "" I' .t It'JI''nl'll: '( J'., JI' -I .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitch, Mrs. OLLktCT( THE' ..
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Charles Darby. Mrs.Robert Nobles. :""J,. : I'f.;,( ::;TM ." : : : ;I ,

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(A TELEGRAPH August'.IMS ..... .
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The Wilier;:,Waters. ... Did You..Know" V r 5 rt ';" 1 t&'I'iMr. ;. Mr1.:I Mrs. 'Mack Williams. Jr.
Sandra Qulette .and Mrs. PajricfMcKay of la- and
HIold'Supper.!
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Jenifer Lea of
1Ira.I.T.Carver and family Mo. are visiting her and granddaughter( ,
Travel Tourism Mr. and dependence.
Mr and M1:Vftlbur waters entertained spent the weekend with Mr. and parent. Mr and Mrs. Levon An- Macon. Ga were weekend guests of
Graduate at,a. Kolfta'ayky supper Mon r Mrs Bill Home at Island! Lake. drews for two weeks. Mrs.,Williams,Sr
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rr. day night AukiM| 4 at their home on ,
After extensive ,
W. Madison Stree/tor Mr. and Mrs. MM and Mrs. David Montgomery
training in J.S. Waters''aria .children!, Dee Dee Mary Lou Black spent last week Charles Register son of Mr..and spent'the weekend with her mother
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: and Mr. and
brother family.
Travel Tourism. with her
and Jason '' i Mrs. Leonard Register 'of Crystal Mrs.)H.L.Tolbert in Lake City and attended .
Sandra Quietist The ?sifter.Was beidln the Mrs.Jerome Edwards In! Naples." Lake Is serving a 10-week term as a their 1990 class reunion also in
of Starke, is a ,
recent graduateof j back cook-1 dl!? the' Felt! 'rt. The Mr and Mrs O.Q. Strayhorn of Southern Board student Baptist summer Home missionary.Mission! Lake City.:
tables were coveted, yellow
Southeastern Wlldwood were Sunday.visitors. of Mr. Universityof
h student at the
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; Register a
'Academy. cloths andheldpatio, candles. The' and Mrs. M.F, Ba.*... Florida, is serving in Florida. .; .' See PaC I IA> .,
To complete buffet tabl W$jeered"with a blue I ""
cloth .
the of h" "'II '
program '
Sandra Family''members::attending were' .
study Deanna and'Matt,waters: Mr. and I .
met requirements
Mrs. James'-Watera.: Mr. and Mrs.
in Sandra Qafette
of Danny Waters:aifl> 'Children. Mr.and MLECZ.r .
the areas
and personal development in Mrs. Mike.wfcr*,and children and ,'
career occupational 'Mr. and Mrs;1 \Higginbotham..
addition to specialized
:mCUARD/WonoP
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training. She is now qualified for anentrylevel Mr.and MfII"W"ttta are moving to ;.
position in all areas of the Fitzgerald, .Gaf' 1,01\en Mr. Waterswill
Airline Travel or Tourism Industry. continue hU{)Job with the railroad. nI ::

Berate ColllnmPernlc Mrs. Ila. KalnJ. ,/and! Mrs. .Mary SCftOOI: BOARD : L,
Graham of Cniefland were Sunday to .
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Teresa Patterson Tuesday guests' p<.Mr.:and Mrs. J O. .. DISTRICT. I' .
Collins Writes Jackson .. \\I. "

Research Paper Celebrates Birthday .t ",DEMcCfAT .-
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Mrs. Pauline DeVore entertained ata ,. I
V.Col-
Bernie Collins.son of Gladys
party Tuesday, July 29. for her "I '
lins and the late Brady Collins and alma;,; .. '
daughter, Teresa Patterson, on her 1 "c
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brother of La Von Drives,has recentlybeen r H"I' ..
informed by Nephmn an Inter- 22nd birthday. dinner with ,W. must have an Active School Board In order to educate :
The enjoyed a '
guests
national research Kidney paper Journal submitted that for his birthday cake and ice cream for the children of Bradford Count ,''Each child has the right! to the*. "

for dessert. best education This is (the citizens of Brad
consideration has been accepted Attending were Bobby Patterson, can provide. our "
publication.The study. refutes an earlier Paul Fisher. David DeVore, Angle Put your home on ford County) responsibility I *
DeVore Johnie DeVore Betty Lou .
low energy
which Implicated a my
study
Japanese Shaw Mr. and Mrs. John Adkins and
of renal origin In
diet
antigen !
particular Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patterson,Jr. ,
the known Pathogenesis as of a Membranous kidney disease Gordon's EDUCATION IS ESSENTIAL! !

GI6merulonephritis. 2)J y..x- Olh. Year1'of service .
+ .;.,11.r..eode{ m''
Sixty-eight renal tissue specimens 7j:4777: M Pot Adw re from the State University Hospital in and Mrs. John Warren and
Buffalo N.Y., Children's Hospital family will return to their home in
and Massachusetts General Hospital Alexandria Va. this weekend after
in Boston were studied by special three weeks visit with his parents .
Immuno-fluorescent Microscopic Mr. and,Mrs Joe Warren. They all
techniques.The study will be published spent last Mr.t Siesta Jeffrey
in four languages in Switzerlandlater were Joined by and Mrs

Bernie this presently year. is Research Assis- Warren of Brandon.- ,

I Department tant and Laboratory of Supervisor Pathology in the) 1YOUAUTO y. : : try Pri.de Savings

Massachusetts.General)Hospital In '
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BIRTHS Gene Ross YELLOW C HAMBURGER' \


Amanda Lynn Stanley CORN

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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stanley
the birth of a "In-between" for
Jacksonville announce
daughter. Amanda Lynn born June my 1979 Ma/da. It either 8
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in Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville -
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are Mr.and Whal"lIlhe problem? IZE 30 EARS :J 8 PAK ,
Maternal grandparents
EVERYTHING WE SELCHAS
Mrs. Rothelle Jones of Theressa. A Before testing the or
Paternal grandparents are Mr and buttery. teat the rubles and MONEYBACK l
: Mrs. Robert L Stanley of Crystal tennlnulH.. A buttery and $100 h' 88
Lake. starter motor In .perfect; JP PER
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James Alan McCrary.Jr. engine If the current between GUARANTEE! '=' I
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Mr. and Mrs. James A McCrary of u hUll cubic or liltfiireslMtunee
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ton, James Alan Jr born this clean the Slaw Salad.PKQ49
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Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin.Mrs. rubles .Him are t>'plilItisiuilU : \ w EveRYDAY. I""
and C in.ur lie urinlnulH), #6o><'FROZEN = 947 '' HANOVER
James Barron of Starke leuvihk liiirc wires cxpimeil.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton of Port should. h"repluced.Automotive' : ; : PANTRY PRIDE DELMONTECATSUP PORK & BEANS
St. Lucie returned Tuesday of last I'9e' '
week after 10 days visit with Mr. and ; SODAS !
Parts Center : .
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Election Office Open J-& :9.JL .,' CaEAnSTTUOnT.noLaKAMEL_ DETERGENT DETERGENT
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a.m. Morning
COMMUNITY NEWS
I Worship 11 a.m.Presiding Elder Satchel Gospel Sing Aug. 15-16 Gospel Music ParkA
- -- will be present for the third
bv Elisabeth. Walker There' will be a Public Candidate preaching. marriage of their quarterly .conference AU boards Gospel Sing will be held August Echoes The Joyfulalres.and others.
Phone M4-MM Forum held August 18. la the R.J.E. daughter Louise Hill Pittman to must have written port '. 15-18 at the Gospel Music Park near Donald WUkison, owner of the park
N.A.A.C.P. Mooting cafeteria at 8 p.m.All candidates are Albert Leak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Church of God la Chrbti Revival.. Lawtey for the benefit of Hope Haven (former site of the Blue Grass Music
The monthly meeting of the Bradford Invited to speak. Thurston Leak of Ellebe North vice is In progress begun August .-.,. Children's Hospital. The event la Festival), says he Is making the
County NAACP will be held Visiting Guest: Mr. and Mrs. Lm- Carolina, August 30, 7, p.m. at ML. Preaching nightly with Evangelist sponsored by the Florida-Georgia facilities available without .cost for
August 18, at R.J.E.: Cafeteria at S wood Crawford of Lawtey had their Piigah A.M.E. Church,Starke. Lonnle Lynch of Los Angeles,Ca.con- Gospel Singing Convention. charity benefits,family reunions,.and
p.m.- 1080 PIne Street. All members daughters visiting with them this American Legion Post 114 ducting services Everyone Is invited Friday'a program will Include The other
.nd interested citizens are Invited to week, Ms. Catherine Crawford, who American Legion Poet 314 and Aux- Free Canaaa True Church of Cod Heavens Echoes, The Masters onewishing to use the park fats
attend. teaches: at Flagler Palm Court High Wary will have a Joint Installation of Sunday School a.m. Morning Worship Salvation Singers, and Gospel Sounds such purposes may write Mr.
Concerned Citizens School Bunnell, Fla., Shells all officers Thursday 7:30., All 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30: and others. Saturday's line-up will be Wilklson at P.O. Box 181, Lawtey. He
monthly mHI1III'The the Concerned Crawford, also teaches In Flagler members are invited to be present. pm. Monday Prayer Band 7 p.m. The Singing SUcox Family, Frampton especially Interested in making the
Citizens has been dunged Palm Court High School,and Ms. Em Memberships.ctrdr.'for''19804)1) are Tarrying Service Wed. 7 p.m. Friday Family, Cospelites. Heaven's park available for family reunion
from the fourth Thursday In each mie Burnle teaches In Garden City' ready. night regular church service.
month to the fourth Wednesday in Elementary School Jacksonville. Church Activities Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
each month at 7:30.: All Interested Louise Hill Pittnun and Albert. New Bethel Baptist Church: Choirone Thursday (tonight a p.m. The Madison St. BaptistTo
I citizens and members are invited. Leak to wed August 30, 1980. and two'will observe their anniversary Women Home Mission will meet. Fri-
._ There Is an appeal for members. The Mr. and Mrs. Author HID of Starke beginning Friday August day 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Friday Hold
I help of aU citizens is needed. announce the engagement,and ap- 8-10. Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning the choir will sin#at New Bethel Baptist Children's Day VBS To Be Held
0 o 0 0 . Worship 11 a.m. The Choir anniversary Chore"Sunday School:. Morning -
!*7t7tx"*7R.**** _**yt"*> *A"frr-R' c'Tt'7Y7C'1t*'Jr7C7 will continue at 3 p.m. Commu- Worship 11 a.m. The Choir will Madison Street Baptist Church will At First ChristianAn
nion Seryice will climax. : service for sing at Starke Nursing Home 3. p.m. hold Children's Day Saturday,August exciting has.
RE-ELECT tb.dey. '.. : Evening Worship a p.m. 9, from 10 A.M. til 3 P.M. prepared by the program First Christian been
i '" Pleasant. .Q ova United Methodist Church of God of Prophecy Sunday This will be a special time when we Church at 507 West Call Street for
Church) Sunday School pnly. Church, School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 honor our children In grades 1 Vacation Bible School to be held Mon
: service next Sunday.- a m.Evening Worship p.m. through 6. There will be games, day. August 11
,
; I Mt.Mortal failed Methodist Church First Born Church of the Living God: WZ singing, a time of devotion, August 15. through Friday
j" TOM\ CASEY Choir rehearsal Wed. before the second Tuesday Bible Study..Friday TarryIng cookout,a puppet show,a popcorn Classes will be offered for Nursery
Sunday. Sunday School only. Service 7:30. Sunday School 10 matinee with popular motion through Juniors. Anyone
needing
The Victory-Temple Church of God a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- picture being shown. There will be a transportation, please call
: I Lawtey The members cordially .Invite ing Worship p.m. tug-o-war, prizes and a day full of activities after 5:30 p.m. M4-38U
I SUPERINTENDENT you to attend their worship service Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist and fun. The central goal of Vacation Bible
each Saturday 12:00.: Direction? Church: Monday 8:30 Tiny Tots For more details.call the church of School Is this: That souls be won to
: OF SCHOOLS take 301 north to Lawtey. Turn righton rehearses. 7:30: Monday Senior Choir fice. Christ and grow In Christ. Bible-.
; 225 East across the railroad track. rehearses. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer based lessons will be taught with excitement .
: Take the second dirt road on the left Meeting. Wednesday all Circles will : and variety through the..
AN EXPERIENCED AND! QUALIFIED PERSON and go about:a blocks. Robert Auston, meet in Fellowship Hall. Thursday of many advanced teaching methods.
Jr. Pastor, John Burch assistant Story Hour at the church. Friday a GOSPEL SINGA Students will be challenged and Involved
: FOR YOUR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Pastor. p.m. the Junior Choir and Junior through such
i Greater Allen Chapel A.M.Ei} ushers will meet for rehearsal. Saturday Gospel Sing will be held August IS these: time activities as
song Bible
CHurch: The-annual Men's Day Pros dinners will be sold from the kit *" 16,at 7:30: P.M..at the Gospel Music: visual demonstrations study Interesting .
t M. "01. Adv. ft. Far By Thomas C...y gram wilt terminate Sunday August chen. Sunday School '::30. Morning Park.. In Lawtey. classroom Interaction craft making., i
: Featured will be The The :
Masters
.*****..++***********. ****** cooperate 17. All members the activity are asked to p.m.Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 8 -Salvation Singers, The Singing Silcox and many other Innovative methods. jl,
wltlj! .Ior.suc- WE WANT
Tamily, The Frampton Family YOUR CHILDREN!1 1 Ir r
leavens Echoes, The Joyfulalres ana I
nany more. Master of Ceremonies
vill be Joe Brooks. Bring lawn chairs Bethel Baptist
T
md lefreshments campers available.are welcome.The pro- Sets Bible School

faq needs will go to Hope Haven Hoepltal.r Saturday August. Bethel Baptist
Church will be having an evening of
r'Free: Fish Fry It Gospel Sing fun and games for all ages., beginning
Are In Cash '. August 18, featuring Gospel Echo's.!: : at 3:00 P.M. until 7:00: P.M. and will
Ingdomaires and other gospelSerrvvinq be closing the. evening out with afeaturelength .
film on the Power of
will begin at S p.m. with the Resurrection.
Vacation Bible School will begin
:ling beginning at 7:30: p.m.
New River New Congregational Sunday August 10 at 7:00 p,m. and
Uethodlst Church, State Road 125. continue throw cases August IS.
r' Pastor: John W. Yarbarough. There will be for all ages-the j LOTS. FCHICKEN
I.- "ANK"0foriln theme for this year is Returning ',
e God's Love. '. .
I The pastor and members would like
... to invite all to come out and enjoy a
1 BREAST 1&uo- W/IACM United
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t I JI...''c....>OIU.IT PMC*. ggB 0 week of good studying In the word of

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12oc < S 304 A Pastor: Rev. O.L. Wells


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.'rrby Lawtey Hews"fern Rev. and Mrs1. 'David.Blogwili. of f,F BROOKERNEWS' I ( HE-ELECT

First Baptist Church moved into'their : .'
new home near Starke,July U. 001; .
Elisabeth.Tarry *) friday tram a visit with their' Mr. and Mrs. George Bair of by Rhonda Whitman
PheaeTUOMPERSONALS flsttghter soul soo-ln-taw Karen and Palatka visited Mr)and Mrs.Sumter. Bradford County Schools i TOM CASEY :.1 >,
Iffinml M illi>ea aod iranddaiigtiterCilteaMv D. Harley on Sunday in Lawtey. I would like to remind you that all ;i : :
; ba......Araoaa.They all Richard Moore and family moved schools Bradford County start back ,.. ::. .
bea dad the drags. ks ffesjafaa,Mexico, back. to Marcellus.N.Y.from Lawtey. August a. Now is the time to,get,
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: tar a ...... trio to Negation where Joe Brinson and family moved back ; :::
Mr. and Mrs.'Thuntoa OW sjavl they sgest*days at.the besnA.Before) to Merrett N.C, from Lawtey.. and Mrs. Donny Slkes and SUPERINTENDENT. t ,. :
their grandsons David and. Daeaqi nOtrauM fe...,.**,. they: celebrated I daughters, Tammy and Amy, from *' : J'Jt IJr
Burgamy returned to their Inn w KMVDS+ kMrtkdsjr with. dinner la Tuc- Lacoocnee Fla. visited cousins Mr, OF SCHOOLS .1..

Columbus. Ga., oo Tuesday tar a SUA ant shofptBet' sn senrvral of the) and Mrs. Irving: Hodge and family.. .... I '.'10" .
short time.Mr.and Mra.Graft Mkk, .te vovttMK They also visited their aunt Minnie I .' ,; -.'.
return here In the near future belt tt. Ftem* Rosier, and guests.Ms Todd. *' LET MY EXPERIENCE CONTINUE TO. WORK"FOR .' ,1' ,
grandsons will remain Willis taw *. Ckcter MM. Curraa SUM sons \t. I would like to remind all Prescott I I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burfaepjr.. Kte*ant Mattanr.. Mrs Jerry Marks and Fowlers of the family reunion being : THE ,BEST 'EDUCATION FOR OUR CHILDREN. i .:
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph cticaunB> SMA ...... held Sunday August 10 at the ,
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and daughter Carla of Yahnhama "
The first American; college: Brooker Community Center Pd Pol Adv. Pd for By Thomas ",, #.
Japan and Mr. and Mrs. BenMoFlitch ww*_ WfeM there- Mn. Carter. Mrs. Everybody is invited to bring a, ., Cany
Miss ,Elizabeth of Starke. visited their ton, Cnrraqimi sons and Mrs.Marks and In of pharmacy Philadelphia was ertabliihtd I In: 1821. :covered dish. **7*** ** ******7k************ '.,wnFCKEiS .:
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Terry oo sue,valued Disney world .
Mr. and Mrs. Fachtmann aad ry :" 1
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Carla left for their home in Japan en ., "., n'
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Tuesday.Mrs. .
Fred Moore spent a few daysat ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER J 1.,1': ..:
Lake Ann with members of her : TWICE THIPHINTS Q L.n..lra"lolp"ntawlth..ary' { '. I.
famJy. Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa. roll: of color or black and whit print ltmd"'OP.d.nd' ,: :
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/ printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY '
and Miss Rachel Boyer. of Jacksonville .
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's TWICS THI FILM Out two, .ofprint' Him forth.price' ., ,
spent the long weekend with of oneKodacoloror black and white,when you have your .' .1' .:
their sister, Mrs. Moore. While here (@ Him processed Eckerd... TODAY AND EVERYDAY,' : _. .,...,. ,.j;
they spent some time with other We MI Medicaid pirescrlpt lona. We also honor OUAIIANT..Buyonlylh.p'nleyouw.nl.Noh.a.I.'F' '''.'] ..
members of the family at Fairfield. .\ moet 1na&Ir.-preKl'lpticln drug programs. even II the gool w.aln the picture taking ., I .'t
We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Ask Eefcerd Pharmaelet. ; 1,1\ ,1114
Opal Lewis isn't well at all. Doctor a \1"i .
said if her condition doesn't improvesoon

that she will have to go to the : ::i
hospital. Our prayers are with her. JUST WONDERFUL! ba+. t
Mrs Marsha Norman and childrenof ;H.I '
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HAIR SPRAY .
TYLENOL NESTEA .' ..'"\
brother-in-law Clay Hill and were sister guests Mr.of and her TABLETS to 10-O2 hOld.aerosol hard 100%TEA ....::>I!::.:.;

Mrs. Mickey Moore and daughter Non-aspirin pain RECULARS mEfJIfN !!'f often Enjoyre'eshlnglea| 3-oz Makes I ., ".'(...I
Jar "
Trisha on Saturday afternoon. t
relief Bottle ol 10O
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Mrs. Sumpter Harley and Miss Ar- LIMIT 1 OMIT' 1 .'". REQ $3.49 \ -I f
LIMIT 1 tof
thurine Blanchard visited her
sister. ..
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Miss Enza Blanchard at Baker Nurs- 79' ../1 !
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ing Home Macclenny on Thursday 159 ii i.189 ->

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Henry Hodges was host for a birth- ... .
day party for his son. Mark on his TUMSANTACID PLASTIC FOOD TUFF WEAVE : :
twelfth birthday August 2. There t.9STORAGE' ALUMINUM .. "" .
were 15 persons present. They served Pack ol three. 1 CONTAINER LAWN FURNITURE : ,
watermelon, cantalopes, cake and ice WILKINSON 12-count rolls 1. 9ged a arcord..unproo.reslata'ad'ng&' '
cream STAINLESS EEL LIMIT I PACK mildew. Stron g. season w" ._ .
Mrs. Marian Hall, of Jacksonville,,. .. i I CHAIR CHAISE '"- '.-
spent the weekend with her sister." BLADES \ flEG.$18.g8 REQ$3299 '"... .
Mrs. O.J. Anders. While there they Double edge,pack of rt H.aVVdUIyPlaatlC\1b! '
LIMIT 1 ;.
5 blades
visited -brother-in-law and 1,588529fil"
2488
sister Mr. and Mrs. Doss HIggin- p "'" L_ -_ 11 J '" :;::.;, -
botham and their nephew and niece. 1t" .." -
SURE :: .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and
QOTT6-QUART ::1' ._ ,.. .
daughter. Nancy.Mr. ROLL-ON TOTE -INCH 'i j :
and Mrs. Loran France of 1.5-02,2 types BAR-D-QUE i:; ';:.,:
Price reflects 35* COOLER
Bell view, Michigan visited their
,
grandmother Mrs. C.R. Crews on oft label. LIMIT 1 Holds up to 6 cans. GRILL .-, -.' .

Friday.Mr. PLANTER'S sa handle locks I Baked enamelfire bowl .,.M",
and Mrs. W.S. Crews Jr., of OLD FASHIONED 77 elr lid In place rust resistant arid fold-up' : '
Jacksonville visited their grandmother 9 =.w less. Reg.8.99' "" ,'.,:. .

.Mrs. Pierce Crews on Thurs- PEANUTS 7 REG. .\: ... ..
day afternon. Vacuumpackedto.nsure $9.9 499 ., ..." .
Henry Hodges and Miss Vivian 'freshness II-oz tin. t..' .
REG. $1 69 LIMIT 1 FARR .
Crawford of Starke, visited Miss t I f .::1.'
Elizabeth Terry on Saturday after EMERY PVC SURFBOARDS .
noon. RIDER .:.:: :

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark and 119 Pack of 8 With wrap around K& S GAS PO W ER .., .
daughter. Lisa, attended the weddingof LIMIT 1 rope. Assorted WEEDER/TRIMMER
Miss Gayle Shufrod and Perry colors. REG. $10.99 i -- '"
Nlcula on Friday night. Other guests Z Flexllne cycle' I rmmer I 1..HP I .1; 1-:-
Mrs. Rivers Mrs. engine Solid state.
were Evelyn Agnes 788 Ignition REG. $1t9.99
Basford, Mrs. Kate Denmark and y'"
Mrs. Bobbie Adams, of Jacksonville.Mr. SYLVAN crP
and Mrs. Bill Wolfe, Sr., and FLASHCUBES 9999 i
their and-d ughler-In-Jaw. Mr. COPPERTONE
son Blue' dot quality,3 WOOD a *TII-
and Mrs Billy Wgtfe Jr. of Cape Cora cub.a.12.II.Sh... LOTION -_- TONE
al spent the .weekend with their tar n!
e-oz bottle, promotes tt ttopa
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin- deep dark tan _
botham, and their brother-in-law and !: LIMIT 1 BOOKCASEJEB- STP GAS ,;
sister, Mr.and Mrs. Glen Shuford and 99e TREATMENT r
Nancy. Gas additive to help
There was a Peanut Boiling at the 239 keep carburetor ,
First Baptist Church on Saturday :1988 clean 12-oz. bottle. .:
afternoon which was attended by REG. $1.79 ;
most of the church and by all
Mr.and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mr. IVORY ASSORTED 9ge
and Mrs. Jack Estes were business PERSONALSIZE

visitors afternoon in Jacksonville on Monday BAR SOAP I I ,a Y TOWELS BEACH ,

Pure white floating
David McCulley. of Woodbridge, bar soap Large thirsty
"
Va., spent a week with his parents REQ 89* PK LIMIT 1 PK souvenir HOME _a % K 80-FOOT :
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley.Mr. patterns ENTERTAINMENT GARDEN :
HOSE
and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins. of PACKREG.. $4 29 CENTER
Jacksonville brother-In-law and ( Marreslalant. card rein.
99 gTire
sister of Mr. and Mrs. Octavian 4, ,, Brass a. i_
2988 IInlan.S3999's
Nicula, attended the wedding of Miss REG. I5 99 :
Gayle Shuford,and their nephew, Ji
Perry Nicula, on Friday evening at 3
Northside Baptist Church.
J
Mrs. Ben McCulley spent some DAWN
time with her sisters, Mrs. De. ,I
Young of California Mrs. Robert DETERGENT '
Vadenais. Massachusetts. They had a 22-oz liquid OSCILLATING "
family get-together with their brotherin dish, detergent FAN i

Massachusetts.Mr. REQ It.29 LIMIT t, r R P- Whisper quiet, Pushbuttons

and Mrs. Hermie Kelly spent Amselk NO 21 50 RED $32.99
two days at Bedford Lake, Keystone
Heights. While there they visited their
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. A.P. Hallman. I
Friends of Truman Norman regretto
learn that he Is a patient in River-

side prayers Hospital are with him.Jacksonville. Our i, CONAIR 1200 WATT PISTOL.. i I

Mrs. Sanford Stokes and baby and 6CM0Lf01' VIP'I I HAIRDRYER AM/FM SOUNDESIGN PORTABLEs

brother William Harris, of Ocoee e PRO DRYCURLING WITH SPECIAL NEGATE OFFIM
spent the weekend with their brother- Easy to use.2 apeeds&2 heal RADIO
in-law and sister Mr.and Mrs.Lonnie IRON settings No. 099 'REQ $1399 Solid l1atewllhsllderule
Teston. Dual.heals 10r'os.lone, **LK tuning Batteries not Included
Mrs. Thomas N. Curran and handle. No.VPIT REG.$799 PRICE ..........e. 10" No. 2495 REG. $39.95
sons.
Nick and Matthew of Fairfax Va.. LESS MAIL.IM MFOR*..AT1*....._"f.OOO 2 68 8
Mrs. Jerry Marks and son, Paul of I 588 FINAL. COST' 2988. I IAI'TI.IIIII.A'1

Laurel. Md., were guests of their ........ ff \

recently.Mrs.grandmother. Mrs. Flossie Rosier wart : I -v . . ., l

Henry Carter of Columbia. .

S C.,spent last week with her mother. \ HARDSIDE SENTRYZ .
Mrs. Flossie Rosier. 200-COUNT DA IWA 404 I Q '
Mrs. Maria Tomlinson and baby. FILLER PAPER LUGGAGE FISHINGCOMBINATION FLEA/TICK l
Brandy Ann of Lake Vinyl cowering I COLLAR t.
Butler. were 70-CT.WIRCBOUMONOTCaOOK Quality lined comfort handle if '
Friday overnight guests of her grand Premium, quality ruled sheets 2/77C: paper fits, mostnotebooks Pecan or Gold ( Metal gearing quick Keeps your pet Q gEtf .
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- REG. 79 EACH. ( 12TOTBREQ retrieve Matching free ol fleas for r v 1...
man, and great grandmother Mrs. REO 99. .S1Z99 i rod REQ $2398 V up to 5 months .
Carl Prevatt. 8 DUOTANQ'OLDE". REQ 5349-

Mrs. Bessie Watts of Crescent City. REG.Handy 39EACH folders wits' pockets FOR. /100 6ge. -. 999 + 9 9 9 Slf9f5lt, = '
spent the weekend with her son and ..
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daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Barry 8 VINYL BINOCM REG. 411799OER'

Watts. 1'i Durable vinyl, plastic Black. '.
189 '
Mrs. Elsie Norman and grandsons. Blue or Red PEG $3.39 47 13" "
Jim. Kenneth and Kevin Norman r '
; ::1r. PULLMAN \ ,,;-$
went to Middleburg to see Mr and BCMOL UPlERW"'URPENS' .
Mrs. Lori Boree. While S "" REQ.S23.99 :i
there they Writes bold A vivid lor the life ol 991:7 j .r.
also went to visit their anent Mrs. the pen. REQ, SI 79 Q99
Lillie Boree where they got her V .
mother. Mrs. Lissie Starling who e SCHOOL BOX r
came home with them for a visit.S Handy for carrying. your .29 fj.: :
Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were personal' supplies REG 49 .

Sunday dinner guests of their son and e SPINDEXDICTIONARY fi1( Jhlfi\IfilrJfi'1'\ 'r,Go filfl71rJn I
daughter-in-law Mr. anl Mrs. Webster spoedi-inde, with' over 99C: L.JWW&.ILf L.IWL..J IJ + '

MarUee Starling, of GalnesvJle 40.000 entries' PEG..S2 19e '
Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUkliion. Jr.. 0lIJ 1JlPiYVWffi 60mv0p GOOD v.l
SALE :
PRICES
and son Robbie of Jacksonville were 200-CT.TYPING PAPER
Sunday dinner guests of their :Mrents. Quality paper for all typing ase. :
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wllkitoi, Sr. needs REG $t 89 THRU SAT AUG. 9 .
Miss Erin Braswell of Indatlantic. OPEN WEEKDAYS 9A.Mt119P.M.
831 fS. Walnut St. Starke Fla
wan a guest of Ray Wilson over the ; SUNDAYS 10 A.M. III 7 P.M .
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wnikend WERESERVE!! THE ( MTTO LIMIT QUANTIT'i't\.
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August'7,1980 TELEGRAPH Page BA ml" ,


IN THE CllICtUt( COURT. ,. 'L..g..I. .....,., ;.- .. : : /h... ,.J _. '_..1'1"'! t.. ,. \ ; Highlights jSjas geajaB. g HU gggi TI e.B ) Ms

fOR BRADFORD, COUM. -' ",. "", '.'"'" :1'h. ;:"" ;"I ffI.Y'IICM'_... : 1 1i : ; = '

TV FIOIIIDA PROBATE objections| ; i AMiANUq" TOM ,' those assisting with
DIVISION File,, NO. they may party and amending theComprehensive I _Of'' and Instructional ac and Luther F. Sowell held at the Mt.
IO-4I-CP Dlv:((1-3219)). hov.'ho'challong"'h. / Land __ Morlah In
? Methodist Church
.. Bible
the
validity the ( Vacation School at
decedent'
In ESTATI Use Plan' that
rat Of to provide r.
LUCMITIA NEWMAN will the qualifications of lands currently toned OR Pe.enr to Isti..... First Baptist Church last Gainesville. Saturday evening, August

ALBKECHT Deceased.; the personal' represent and designated by the tMpfr 7n. Sonde. ,..... 2.
NOTICE Of '': loHve. or the venue or plan' .as Rural Residential filled "tI..tde 01_'" ,
ADMINISTRATION'TO Jurisdiction of the Court. unMmsa'-'r Ad'. : Shower '. Visitors
', be rezoned to BP, 4
All CLAIMS .s .hereby. ...... -W. honored .Among weekend visitors of Mr. and
All PERSONS HAWING ,/, and designated : Meng was at a
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS. AND OBJEC Business, the property of -Rued Role.app.w.. UIMfalM..M... ; : "' Friday evening. August Mrs. Paul Meng and family were I y
DEMANDS AGAINST THE TIONS NOT SO FILED HARRY COONEY, '._lM*.'nwwir .. Hampton Baptist Church, Mrs. Phyllis McClure and children 9
ABOVE ESTATE AND All Will BE FOREVER BAR. described as follows: .-.ic-.j THtt OOtt friends there. Kasey and Ryan of Tampa; Mr. and'Mrs. :)
OTHER PERSONS IN. liEDDo' One-Half ( Mr ) acrelocated ".- Volvo Spit ..tIIAttMM : Bill Meng, Dana and Michael of j, \
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:' of the first" one mile Couth NwMnr ... YOU ARE publication of this' Noticeof of Stork on the Westside APperenl Owner. Denton. Meng of Jacksonville.
HEREBY those attending the Ordina .
,
.
NOTIFIED/ that\ the ad. August Administration 7 : of Hwy 100 In Section C.M0 r-o l., era, lost. .'*. E. O'Neal on August 1 On Tuesday Phyllis and children S q
1980.
ministration of the /s/John, 3, Township 7 South, l.fin.nt Y'K.,., '. Catholic Church In were joined for lunch by her sister.
estate of IUCRETIA R. Albrecht Range 22 East out of 'P/, 1P Mrs. Carolyn Hunter Adam and
As K' //DSd' ; ( were Eugene Meng Mr. 8
Personal
NEWMAN ALBRECHT,, tative of Represen r parcel' 4647-00)00 to WMte, *Vw>li S., Plate .. Lawrence Meng and Mr. Renee of Keystone Heights Mrs .I,
the
Estate of ,have N ,. .
deceased FileNumber' a Photography Starke -
Luc'"a ... ,, Francis Meng Sallye Scoggins and April Mrs. Belay, 3
Newman Studio. ,,.11_ '4eae.nln.' '
80-4l-CPl-32ISli(
) p.n. Albrecht Mrs' Francis.Meng also at Matthews and children. Mrs. Madon- VI/
Deceased You further or dMcrlpU 01.) tM '
the are given
'In Circuit
ding Courtfor ? i na Gilbert and Karen of, Waldo and'n
BRADFORD ATTORNEY FOR PER. NOTICE THAT A COPY -snrf tho nomM end Father' O'Neal's Mass of ,
Florida' Probate County.Division SONAl REPRESEN. OF SAID PROPOSED ORDINANCE of iHohoWw mar so.bMln. at .St.. Patrick' on Mrs. Carole Combs Amber'and Brett ::>
TATIVE eta scree --- .. of Brooker. ,
the address ol Myron C. Is available far tenet'In the np.ny by..... Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Dunn and T
Prevail. Jr.,
which l Is ".0, P.O. Drawer Inspection at the of-
Drawer (. your Ina ee 'Inquiry' to /
Stark*. Florida. Th. "- 798. Keystone Heights" flee of the Director' of UWIS, flow Conpiraltor,. A ? Baby of Hampton daughters. Laura Kristin. and IB
personal
representative of Florida' 326Se Telephone' .Zoning and Planning' eaind rVop ly SMIKW and Mike Starling announce'' Melody of Ocala spent the weekend at ,]
the estate I. JOHN R. ((904)) 4734993. Bradford County Courthouse Hurry I OrMa ,1401 of their baby daughter, their lakefront property. Alm enjoy I.
AlBRECHT whose address 8/7 ilchgB/14. Starke Florida. C."e'l. '.n........, "'. April, born July 29 at 3:35: Ing the relaxation' with ..themui.s, Iv
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:WJOI (KM) 07 aisj M
Rhonda Ray of Hawthorne'
It 32 Edg.wood. NOTICE OF APPLICATION Each and every person m.nN.n MM 'Vccwmt Hospital She weighed !M
S.lmo. Alabama 36701. FOR REZONING having any Interest. IFOM HM Mme 01.... and measured 21 I< Inches.: Mr. and Mrs. Henry SU-fjiiiu'lli ,j,
The name and address of AND AMENDMENT OF whatever In the enactment ,109s, nalkm'' unless' preef grandparents are Evelyn entertained their daughter aid futnl m
the personal representative THE LAND USE PLAN of this proposed ewnr.Np Is n-mded a Benckowsky of Hamp.' Iy Mr. and I\Irs. James Iteggs-and'"
'. attorney ore. set ,' An ORDINANCE amen' ORDINANCE should appear tMldo, ky CkMkw' It I_ son of Covington. Ky, uh were ace ,
['forth bolawt' ding the ComprehensiveLand : and .be heard at the TOWrly wiN'. 'p. deli.......lOA'i grandparents are Rosa companied by friends Mr and Mm as
.....
CUSTODY to the Coon.
All having Use Plan' Element lime and place prescribed ("ox also' from Covington. fur several
persons HO.IOO/ 'tlwroofnr. all' .... Robert Starling of Starke. M
(alms or demands and :Map by Bradford claim, miMt' ... direct, *. to great grandmother Is days at their luke home. Other f.imil) od
gamut the estate are County Florida In actor-' BOARD OF BRADFORD Comproll,...of dart,..: Starling of Starke. members and friends also joinedthem 1

quired, WITHIN THREE dance with the loco'Go"nm.nt ,SIONERS.By COUNTY. COMMIS OCKAIOA. 1IWIIcoMpnoiini note: the baby arriv (for fishing swimming ,"ml. \o
ONTHS FROM or namo
THE
Comprehensive bunting .
/s/Gllbert birthday of her aunt Sandra ,d
S.
'ATE OF THE I.f 2tche" Vl4
FIRST .
Planning Act Hampton. Mr. und Mrs Gerald Brown vi.iilril j/
UBLICATION OF THIS of 1975 as provided' for In Brown Clerk ttpd 8/7 her sister Mrs. Viola' (:ray. ',,1 -ff

OTICE. to file with the Chapter 163 of Ih.Floida NOTICE'JACK ."" Jacksonville and other, "itl.iliun ,,n/ .
,lark of the above court Statutes.TO. .. COURTNAY
written statement of : All Citizens, Taxpayers SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED al, has made Mr*. Francs Meng attend. J Dot'bless Inlet during the p.isltvik' ,if)

ny claim or demand and oth.r In. The School Board of to .the Bradford of Audrey M Nelson while vucilliolling. .M.
--
hy may have. Each L forested persons Bradford County will Zoning Bvard In!
'aim must be 'In writingnd receive' bids on swill reclassiflcatlon of \
from all cafeterias
must Indicate the You and each of you on properly
I 0.1. for the claim the are hereby and herewith August 18, 1980 at 7:00: below from R1A to R- : abWJ
am. and address of the given notice 'In accordance P.M. Interested Individuals .lwanty-(20( acres _. STEVE \ I""IF
.... bid
redltor or his agent or with Florida may on on. 2Vt miles Southwest l1wN
ittorney and the Statutes that the Board must; on all schools? K.yitone Heights'
of but specify which Hwy 21 In Section
mount claimed. If the County Commls.sioners ; : ro
aim Is not yet du., the of Bradford school being bldded' on Township 8 South' ,:
ate when It will become County Florida have and the amount-of the .22 East, for ONS..h'l.

u. shall' b. stated. If designated the Bradford bid for each school,' per units not to exceed. 12 ; 8IM'.M.\ 1 rr OJ nqaKM
claim Is contingent orliquidated County Zoning and Planning 1 Success r year' on acre "
the naturethe Board to conduct a 'bidder, mustprovide This change! iFile

uncertainty shall public hearing at aregular suitable cans for classification' Is .
stated If the claim U meeting held at swill to. be placed In at to a public hearing' to tod"Jl
each location. Failure TAX COLLECTOR
icured. the security 7:30: p.m_ In the County to held on Tuesday
all b. described., TheImant Commission' meeting keep can wash area 26 1980 al 7:30: p.m.. i, .
.hall deliver room, Bradford' County clean shall be groundsfor the County Com I i f.u
ilflcisnt copies of, the Courthouse, Storks, voiding bid award Room In the ,
:with no return of money. County ... '
ilm to the clerk to Flo'ldQ.lon Tuesday -
able the clerk to mall August 26.. 1980. and Interested persons this time all person Vote For Steve Simmons Is A
copy to each per. make q recommendationto must have bids al School ......d shall be _
01 I representative. the Board of County Administration Buildingnot for or against the 'Bt.am.
later than 7.00 P.M. '
,
II persons Interested Commissioners and the posal. as specified, For. Efficiency .And Integrity'
18. 1980. Send
August Code of '
the estate to whom a Board will' consider on, *. t Zoning b
iy ol this Notice of Ad. I Monday. September 8.. bids to: D. Mogon.Coodl1lo'or. County., .
ilstratlon' has been 1980 at' the same said Bradford Donald 1. '' Your Tax. Collectors Office. Jill
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County School Food Service
lied are required' place at 10:00 A.M. on Chairman' '
.
582 North
HIN THREE MONTHSM Odlnanc.ollnll. / to: Temple County Zoning '." tonI
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Avenue. Storks, Florida' 8/7
Itpd.
> THE DATE OF THET .
32091. (
PUBLICATION OF I The reionlng of the 8'72lchg8/14<. 1tcb
NOTICE la file any following described pro tcbV..
Legal_ Cent; on P.1 Pd Pol Adv Pd for by ')of Simmons C.imp Tr..m
Paige'"Robert* and D J. Riddick ):\yt
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dance with Florida : A,, '. .N; ,:; ,jVHR CIRCUIT COURT: NOTICE'OF .:.v-.
PUBLIC NOna Florida Statutes and :233.17 foot to;, concrete ",', ; t'4'plr 1. .
of Ordinance Statute and City Ordinance l IOHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INTENTIONTO
An ORDINANCE onion Chapter 25 Coda monument; thence North
ding the Comprohonlvo ., City of Stark. *, City of ....... 2 degree. Of minute \ OP FLORIDA, IN REGISTER

Land U.. flan Elamont Florida... Florida thai' the City and 30 aacond W.... "AND FOR BRADFORD FICTITIOUS

and Map of th* City of TO: All CIII....., Taxpayer Commission of Stork. parallel' with. the : ; '. COUNTY. NAME
and othr. Info Florida ha designated .' boundary ,
Start. Florida In accordant aforesaid Easterly list Settlon
;
the of Starka Planning '" Couiv Date of tha 'I Civil) Action Cosa Mo. Pursuant to
with" the local ..... persons City of told Section 39, IN THE \
of this Noticeof 86S.09. Florida Statutes' ,
.
Commission | Dlvl- ,publication ,
and Zoning 80-310.
Government; .
Comprehensive 483.42 |aot to a concrete COURT, '
,... of Administration: July of natlca I I' hereby given
Vou and aach of ., to conduct o> public In rot The Marriage
Planning Act you t JUDICIAL
I County 31, 198O. FRANKLIN DIXON that tha .uinderslgflod,
of 197'. a* provided for are hrby and h.rewlthgiven .hearing at a regular N:aSouth: FLORIDA IN JAMES
James W. Gill Jr. STALV6Y.flRt.
nolle In meeting to bo hold at Storke, PelltlonerHusband CHARLES.
otter
In Chapter 143 of tha BRADFORD .... Personal Box 329
1. Lawtey.
7:30 In the City ( .. p."-. i .Plaintiff v.
p.m. 340.78 foot to an Iran CIVIl..
.. Commission, room City ( r of Representative" FRANCES 9ERNICE DIXON Florida ,320sa, .',
plpa ton- rhe'Wsterboundary ./, ALBERTA D. ;
W.. ol ,the Estata of doing business kiss the
Hall Stork. Florida, on I Respondent/Wife,
of'the R/W of
'Jnltu 11: (linutt' Tuesday, August 24, 'thence wlf. : ; dress I I.- %Ruth Gill Kramer firm ,no.... .
Orange :Streeti. 'RONALD K. Defendant.NOTICE
Deceased MISSARY FOOD STORE
19110. and .......a racanv.mandatlon 463O.
'
> 29minute .....
.... Real Estate......, to .... CityCommission South and degree OS. acand husband 32666.' ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL OF SUIT SR 223 0 US 301 Lawtay

Z IMW.Calltt.Stork and .... City sold Case, No. : : ,... of' REPRESENTATIVE 'NO PROPERTYTO Florida :32058 IntendMo'
last alongi. Westerly NOTICE
Commission will can- ... : Prance Barnlca Dixon 'register said fictitious
/ feat ;, \
boundary .280.31 to SUIT NO
Ider on Tuesday., ; ara sat Thomas C. O'Bannon Address Unknown.. name. under tha pravl-.
'".5527 o comgt.l'monum.Mthac. ; PROPERTY ale Barrett Bank IIdg.Jocle.anvlll. HEREBY "Ion"* of aforesaid
Rs September. I90O at th.sam. North YOU ARE .
said placa at 7:00: 88 TO Ronald K. : I having. .. Fl32202 NOTIFIED that anoclion (.statute. ; r \
,
degree ,,52;minutes and Address 1': .
904/356-2021 Dated this 2Stl\ do..o'-
l .,
P.M. on Ordinance : far Dissolution of mar.
Wat ,
SO s.corfls\ ARE HERESY 7/31 87NOTlCIO' A.D. 1980 In ."d.
rotating to: parallel' the that are 2lchg rlaga hot boon filed ,July. ,
with ,
anj
aforesaid Northerly Dissolution of M ; THREE against .you, and you are ford County: 7/31 4tpd'
;
Tha roionlng of ..... boundary erf'tha R/W ..fStot. .I has boon filed THI required to >*rvo a copy .. IN THE CIRCUirCCtURT

fallowing described pro- Road S-IOOA .you, and you 0'. ( FIRST of your written delense. ,EIGHTH JUDICIAL' .ct#!-
SV party and amending the (Edward '' Road);' 1000 to serve a copy '; / THIS If any to It, on the plaintiff CUIT OF'' FLORIDA
Comprehensive' Land foot too concrato\ monument written dfansos the 'APPLICATIONFOR ottorn.y whose AND FOR BRACfOftD
1 Us. Plan to provide that th.nc.'South' I tha : court TAX DEED name and oddres I I. COUNTY. K
: to It
; on /-j: j
j 'land currently., toned degree 06 /mmute* and tarney. whose of'' NOTICE IS HEREBY GEORGE H. PIERCE. P O. ,.

HOC and designated by/ 50 aeconda ab... 192.0' address I I. GIVEN. that Hembrlck' Drawer 1030 Starka, 'Civil Action Co..-,Nt. .
the plan Single-Family, foal t"ik. 'Paint of Wheeler, 737 Each Morris tha holder ol the Florida 32091, on or 80-17. '

DUPLEX Medium Density District ....Innl....' Lane, Slarka. writing, following cartlf Icotes hot before, September. B, In ra* Th. Marrlaga of,
U,4IIIII'f'3..500.a bo monad to R-2A and Each ..nd.v.ry'poison 32091 and '. the filed laid certificates for 1980 .otherwise judge JEFFERY EMANUEl. LEE

I'. I B..L..ICIt.....*ach ltd., brick I.nd_'" yard. designated Residential Multi-Family District .... having :.en.' Interest. ''original with the Clrc..11:4. of, the the a tax d.ed to b. 'Issued ment may for bo tha ontored rallef Husband vs CATHERINE
) against
whatever In tho enactment the above styled thereon. The .certificatenumb.n you GUION LEI, a/k/a
property of D.M. Hale of this proposed or before or and year of Ivuanca. demanded In the complaint KATHERINE GUION IEE.Wlfa. .

NEW LISTINGS and/or Assign, P.O.. ORDINANCE should op- ,1980: otherwise. ; tha. tha descriptionof or petition. .
'S ......, downtown Stark .*....... SM.OOO. ::19% dawn. Box 231: lake .... ... poor and .. hoard at tho ment may be If' the the property, and the WITNESS my hand and NOTICE -t.
Florida 32054! described .. the oho teal 1 of'Ihl* Court on .'.
own. /Irt.shock time and .place describ' against you for nama In which It was .Ii OF SUIT
become
building on Ml North. Grass business .location.1BR. a* fallow: ed. demanded In : If assessed are a* follow: July 29. 1980. If NO PROPERTY. ;
A parcel of 'land containing Gilbert S. Brown As
,
I .*, Ornhau., toned Commercial. By Albert L. Crosby/ plaint or petition I ...' or Certificate No. 69. TO: JEFFERY EMANUEL.
3.30 CI.rkeI' the
acres more Court By
Jr., Planning 4 Zoning WITNESS my + Year of Usuanca 1978. LEE. ;
or I.... and "lying In tha nature Baulaft M. Moody o.D.p..1y J
'
Official City of Starka. tha seal of said Description of Property YOU ARE HEREBY'NOTIFIED
Special SE'. of SIM of Section Florida July 13. 1980. t' : hall : lot I 8 2 of Blk. 24 In .... that an action
29. Township" 4 South, You are further glvon. Gilbert S. ', : !! I I. 'N-Reno S/D. Sec. 21, 8/7 4tchg 8/28. for Dissolution of mar-

.Beautiful corner lot at Country Club. First time 01 ltong.22 East, In me City NOTICE hate copy of Clerk of Said : TWP 6 S, R 22. triage has boon filed

market. I of Starke. Bradford old proposed ORDINANCE Marian McRo., A The., Name In which.0...... against .you, JEFFERY
2 Trailer Parks. County Florida: sold I I.available/ for ty Clerk. ad Johnnie Ma. Morris. "NOTICE 0'INTENTION 'CMANUEl, LEE and you
of the
'1 Irollar park. II trailer Appro 6 oc... '.nc"' : parc.l bring more par your Inspection at the 7/!P.Itchg 817. ., to All of sold property 0'. required' to ..rv. a
'1 trailer park II trailer 2 BR frame house, barn, ap tlcularly' ., described. a* Offlca of the Planningand to mall ,, being In'tho County of 7O REGISTER copy of your written

pro. 22 acre., fenced paitureland.. LARGE down pay- fallow: Zoning Official City Bradford Stoto of FICTITIOUS defansos, If any to II, on
Commence at tha SI I iKI THE CIRCUIT per- NAME
Stark, Florida/ ,
finance balance. Hall Florida
ment. Owner will .. plaintiff. oltornoywhco.
of old Section :29
corner Each and Every Parson. FOR-BRADFORD Unless such certificate: .
.. ''nama and) ad
and run North 2 degrees, TV, FLORIDA ..,. Pursuant to Section
having' on Intoraet certificate shall ba
W.Hendle Rental I or dross I I. DUDLEY P:HARDY
09 minute and 30 whatavor In tha onoct- DIVISION a radeemed to 86S 09. Florida Statute,
'2 BR unlurn. hou.., $130: '! BR lurn. apartment. $110. second West, along ..... monl of thi. proposed File Numb i of Ad. law the property according described notice I is hereby given ,. Esq..PIERCE PO. Draw.r.11I3o t.HARDY ) >

'1 BR unfurn. apt. SI3O: *2 BR unfurn. apt. $2502'; unfurnished Easterly boundary ORDINANCE should apopoor Division.IN been In such certificate or that the undersigned Starka,. Florida 3:10'11: li:;;
home, *1 unfurnished apartment.: '3 BR LAKE thereof. 10.72 fool .to an and bo .heard at the RE ESTATE OF .. certificates will be told LEWIS M. AYER a and file Hoe original with

HOUSE: Furnished. Fsb. May.COIICIAL Intersection with the Hmo and ......... procrib', Gill KRAMER to the highest bidder at CHARLES ORMSBEE. Rt. tha clerk of the above
of OF THE 4, Box
PROPERTY Northerly boundary Deceased the court house door on 1388 Starka,
I wareheuia on US 301. Air conditioned offlca*. Croat the R/W of Stole (Road ad.Each and ovary person Notice of OF the 27th day of August, Florida 32091 co- b.'o styled,.. court September on or 5,
.
location. S-IOOA (Edward Rood); having .an Interest TOALL PERSONS any 1980. owner, doing business otherwise

1 I Tackl. and Ball bullnei.. large Inventory. thence North 83 what_ In tha, enactment ING CLAIMS may Doled this 11th. day of under the firm name' of ment 1980 b. a entered judge

On. city black' In downtown 5......., |lust walling for the degree, 92 minute and of thl/1. proposed DEMANDS tha' July. 1980.Gilbert. BRADFORD RABBITS, It. against may for the relief
SO second West, along should ABOVE ESTATE 1. Sox 1389,. Starke. you
ORDINANCE
for S.
Ighl business. Croat opportunity downtown mall.I appear Brown demanded In the complaint .
'large warehouie, opprox. 6,000 .q. ft. Need roof and aid Northerly.., boundary and !be hoard at the OTHER of Clerk of Circuit Court of Florida. 32091 Intends to or patltlon '
126.43 feat to a concrete lima and placa describ' TERESTED IN THE : ... Bradford register" said fictitious
repairt. Has floor and standing wall County., WITNESS my hand and
monument for Point of ed. YOU ARE or Florida. name under ,the provisions '
INVESTORS DREAM the veal bf this
..glnnl.... From Point ofBeginning NOTIFIED that court. 'of 010..0101"alul. Court an'
Albert L. Cro.by.J. ,
Income Property Will Pay For lt.*lfI thus described ..By S ministration ..., 7/24 4tchg 8/14. .. August I, 1980.
'I mall apartment complex Handyman' pacial,I 4 rental Planning Zoning' Gilbert S. Brown As ,
continue North B8 Official', City of Starko. estate of Ruth OBJEC Doled this 24th day of '
unit, possibly' 5. degrees, 52 minute and Florida. I Who. 87.talph Kramer .. FILED July. A.D. 1980 In Bradford Clerk of the Court *By.
''1 small frama ho..... SO seconds West, along Number .....- BAR. County. 7/24 4tpd Baulah M. Moody, as
'1 largo framo hou... Needs. repair Residents' or 4 old Northerly boundary pending In the 8/14 Deputy Clerk.
apartments ((4 BR, 4 BA). 8/7 4lchg 8/28 -cy-

.I 2 BR frame ha..... "' orlm.r' on lde., Zoned com _b


Please mercial.call u* to list your property.


John I. Clover I(REAL ESTATE .


Lit Creen Sander.....Real f state. Broker Associate Bryan Real Estat )/J '1 1.s1;


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310 1 W. Calf 5*. m Q (IQ ,

(Cor. US 301 ,& Call $f.) IJ3 I REALTOR -Itl3; ,;,;IU' .Z I' tr 6.11. .tt.t" to" ..9n T

Roberts I II Irn "" "788. ANYTlMf registered RfljlgsMy.Smembership ,. mark! !,'. ...Io.. .. :' \\1\ '.


Ontu I which may be used only I C/CBLIA: PHONE 964.7776''. ,

2t Real Estate I by real estate'who professionals are ERWILIIGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke we .

I BRADFORD COUNTY HAS MORTOAOE MONEY 111 members of the NATIONALASSOCIATION WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE ..J
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98e N. Temple| BUT IT AINTT GONNA LAST FOREVERII I I I I' t I';."
964-7828 I QF REALTORS and I'ap.rH.'orl"e Dficrimmollng ._,,, 'f",

BUSINESSES ;subscribe to its strict aflt+' g r J An exciting, largo, well planned home en a beautllutocteif I
1
GEORGE ROBERTS Broker .
land for
-perfect raising familysafatrI.ran.$69,600mortgage
I .FLORIST. In Ideal. location .Inventory equipment I I Code of Ethics. .. / $47,000 a ''/.'% mo.oy.S444. .

ASSOCIATES, $24,000.. I C ,At w .. available Immediately. I 1(11-2(
Weekend. and Evenings Call : J

Richard Roberts 944-S99S Judith Flynn,....1314 1"0" FOR CHILDREN-INCLUDING TREE HOUSE-4 IR I We urge you to Inspect 1040 Plnebreese D-cn c.0, at 11.

Ann Godwin ''''.515' Patsy Sllcax .'''.'' 9Norman BA-Brick V.n..r-Pam. Roam with cellent .
quality property., at this 'low price of $...OOO' .%
.,,,, .. .. fI.pl.cCHIA-D.ultl. gerege-on 180x200 'lot I FLORllAKOREAIM
ftaddlng .7610 L. Canon ..17001 I fin. Secluded area-very., unique cathedral celling In.IB 4
Kay Water.. ''''.'*''1 John. Smith'''-'217 $91,000. U Il I OR, thermapana window built-in dlihwatheV" L
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I COUNTRY LIVINO-on 2 Acre*-Block .with Brick I / I ti *y I
HOMES STARKR disposal attached garage well| to wall carpet, cuitdnv
Trim. -CrUA-1714 *". ft. living area-3 or 4 IRS-IV.bath "
.".", home, goad location 2BR,21'Park. Place I *. Sop OR-lot-In kitchen Lg. LI with Franklin I Phone'''.7700 ?/ drop., gas heat 4 A/C-low utility., bill. ,,t. '

large Irama homo, Ig. yard, S '''.plac..-$. Wator St. Fir.plo.-WIW carpet-vary neat$....000 owner '33 N. Temple Av.nu. \ .
.''Stan '''.plo.., ".. 2.. IR, DR. FR-Pratt St. ed. 4 '. Attention Veterans-Alreody qualified full for. pout

.'4 BR, 3B, large, screened roc. roam: Searing' St. I MUST SEE this Brick Veneer 1 BR-2 Bo-IR-'.flnan"l _, WILL TRADI Unusual charming new home on Wilson Rd, on /. wood
/ Results ;' .d. hi 4 dry acre. ISIS *". ft. 'Including single enclosed
OUT-OP-TOWN HOMIS with fireplace-CHA-Closed ._$53.SOO. Classified/ Ads Bring
NINE ACRES S BR I M ,...... OR Kitchen '0.. hove equity In .. '. go rag.. tile Hoar bathrooms, D/W 4 stave, city water 4sewage I
.m., 4 .IB. nice workshop. over 4A-Hampton. Home-Lg. Lge .you '
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.''Beautiful. 4 '".2', brick' ap'. IDA-W. of L._,. I ,.n.1 well sole. hat water system. $...000. homo 'In 0". .you, would "*- f J JCWffiW Cji: ,'StXi,, & W patio tldewalkt.' pov.delrl..woy-ond you see S ,

'Double' .or.... JBR.IY.B. C Stock .p... 3A. SR .I4W. I 'ROOM FOR CHICKENS-HORSE-Ilk* new-Stuc. I I 'Ilka to trada for a.: good Call 964-6305 ask for Susan choose your favorite carpet 4 vinyl.. $41,100 4 hurryl!:' I

.trick, 3 SR. 25. garage, apx. $I'I.A.-S. 1001. co/Frame-Lge LR with fireplace II I Bath-energy / ham., with adjoining' In- t Investment
3 II. 2B, C. Black. ap.. lA-Wllsan Rd. sewing feature*-$../.000 Include* Tractor Disk Harrow. lama producing property Superlor _nel/..: development opportunlty -' )

'."'.. 3 ... IB. .lg.eutbldg.ap 4Vi A.-Stern Rd. "PRIVATE BACK YARD I GARDEN AIIA-C..ortobl. Lpwtey. Cell far Of"} ,ap* ''tan -40 beautiful' acres divided by Hwy 221 near Hamp' I

'New' Cypress ho..... 2BR.IB IOA.-OH Bayless Hwy., .BR-2 BA-Block-'."". RoomClos.d'gareg.ExtraStorage I polnlment to discuss this FRULKNER [Q -$40.000 with 10.000 dawn-Owner will carry mortgage J ,,1 41
8% Interest.
.'25. IB. IR. FR, .kltshen-dlnlng-Crystal. lake A. Bldg-Inside utility. _Range I ..... Just $40,000. properly. .. :"?: 1

.Slack' A.O. Pool. 4 BR, 1MB, Apx. VIA- .'''. ,STRAWIERRY ACRIS-Lga 2-St.ry-4 or.S BR*- 4 964SDSSRIALTOR REDISCOVER/ VAIUI tIN
'Foal.' FP. 3BR, 2B, Brick-Country Club .,... Bath*-an 14 acres-fenced I c.f.nc.eI-CoIi. for more 18 Ac. o// land, smoltpmt, REALTY PREFERRED HOMES f

.L.' ,.., apprex. 5A.. SIR 2B .... 1001. I Inlormatlon.CROSBY I I down, mo payments'.(at 621 W. Adkln, 2 ... carport fatted $".000. I ,

.'1 '". IS. IR, DR. api. I .cr. lot-S.R. 1001. Ill LAKE-2 BR I Bath Frame.-4S feet an wets 10% Interest. 3 BR 3 B Edwards Rd. Ha. everything $''.900. i \ "

'Irlck' hame. .pp'... 32 ecres S... 121. with SO ft. dock $39,000. Sampson lake-lovely'., brick home-own.r fin $6S.000.J ,
WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN 2 BR I BA-Block on I I Want a new home .:.-;;ye 221 Lafayette Across from Wishbone 3 BR 28 14 Acres ',awnl.. Rd. Cattle country.$44.500. ,

ACREAGE I largo 'lof$26,000.FENCID .will try to help ya vvljh) i J BR 28 Ranch CH4A 12A far 1I0rd.n.Rd.22'.S63.500.t.. .

.JVt acres. on Forsyth, Rd. YARD-CLOSE IN-Black_3 BR' I ana .you, can afford. .I 1.1 C 1308 Pratt 3 BR 2 B CH4A PR. dbl gor. $... 000. t
'4 OH SR233.
ecret 'HAMPTON TOWN-SAVE CA 3 OPEN House 718 Laura ... Completely rama.-dllferenl. 37100.
..'It aero Mobile. Home lot Woodland' Ac,... 100.200 lot $''.200. 1.-.20.000'1 I 'Older home $1>i.000Wll;, ),,' i iI W* will b* having open house. Sunday, August 10 e 125 yr. old home(5( 0 sq. ft.). Hampton 4 3 Ac-531S00. .
_
Beautiful 10 Club .
acres-Country or with bondSvenlngsl .from 3 5 Refreshments will b. served. W. e Eastwood Drive 3 BR 2 -
LAWIY-Hendymen Special' 3 BR t :Qualify. mona7.t to p.m. B-Coiy 4 convenient,$32.900.
Nice 'lot Country,, Club.BUSINESS 104 a 201-ow. flnonced-$10.800. Please call would Ilk. for you to ,com see this 'lovely 3 21$ N. Broadway, freshly pointed, big lot. $31.000., I

AND INVESTMENTS '6 roam frame h..... an I aero-$11.000.00. I I bedroom 2 bath homo with 'family room Ilvinjrroym 607 Milton Terrace'sensible $31,000. .

.t.< $47'
'. Phone -
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# RD 225-A-2 Acres-11.400 term.. Beautiful grounds with chain link '.nc.d.l" backyard e Furnished. MH en !1'1_ Acres 20000. ,
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.US 301 LAWTEV 3 acts I up-Beautiful; ; oeks-Cityweter I I Pearl Andrews ;*M 7/39 largo paean trees, .voral fruit trees. This :3 BR home I I .cr. Wilson Rd. 14500.:
I I Idewelk property con b.. purchased with "'10 acres for.
$3,000 Acre-t.rms. '
per BUSINESS/
I I $41 7'/i for 2 mall OPPORTUNITIES' ,
000.00 S7'.000.00.
or acres
.ROILING HILLS- (..,I.** Hwy) I acre I up-15.500 I P300' en lake G..v.4 reildencos-2 A., Own.Fln.
; r/ < J up I3S down$ yrs .. 10% I.... I I forteod.' barns Included Improved. pasture f.nc.d and cross .730 W.:Madison former Mobil sta-$23,000. ,...

; "d FOREST HOTS. Restricted Vt (1.5008 ,. s
dOfflc. acre jots up. r 419 S. Walnut' New large, warehouse-$12.500.
( NORTH OF IAWTIV-N-2.-2 Vs acre ".000-' I C lol1otl ( Raifordile s Greet property across from Holiday 'Inn-Own.Fln. .

acre*-$9,000-20% Downyrs.. at'10% Inl...... I ;: Hwy.221 .. 404 N. Cherry 2 large, nicely., furn. opt. Own flit I
.. 782-3931 Kooltor Home 712-3894 RD. 22SA-4.2 oc,.. $11000 Terms. I d\ ,App.o.". t pi \ lawtey"rTnonVfng e. Store 4 Apt..' an 301-good potontlal-r-owner fin,' ;
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Financing, 'pocloll.0..01 ...- : ON ROI2S-IO ecres. $14.MO T.'..... r 7000 .",. ft, CI bldg. on Rd. .141 Owner fin.

Program Conventional' Leon Owner FlnenclngFmHA .FOISVTH RD.-20 aero*-barn-welt-septic-elec., I I > > 1 ,,,' *. Homefcommer.( ) 4 cottage an Madison St. Owner Ii... J'

VA FHA 203b( ). 203V). 21S. 24S Eictlange Sama fencing 33000. .4 .. 964523,1r i I .. $500 me. Income four '..rn. ..n'.li-Colll Bay 55.000 ,
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"Ar. Your Rental Slips Showing US 301-N Secluded' __ 10 acre* pines-$12.000 aI I 'L !' s Large opt. complex an 301 good comb flow, own, fine
$24.000 term. '4J14 l ..j. N '" ," '. .1

'S ."'. Home.plus garage *3 BR. t BA. C,. '.1'. C.... ACRIS-HAMPTON AEA$1100/: p.. acre. I .. .' ." ,Ifs'"', s 1 017p'm..c.d.I IB ACREAGE, $3,300
I'SHADY LOT \ an .
I shop area. 'ft *t. Mwy.., V.c. Sy*. Cen. H/A 3 Ac. bedroam''cSncretl' t -54 acrei-rRd. 100 y wilt sere. "
I I with 2 -owner finance. _
100 $12,500. 41000. tit. i, s
02.6.cr.. Nompten--Own.. financed_
black' homo, fUrnfshedBRUSH 15.SOO.
.2 8* Home, shady lot Rencherte.Ac. Slocked. Pond: IR. Fenced.2 BA. S CALL US "...-. .. ?ANVTMII ::*- II 'tt>>:' .'20 prime ac,.. 301$ N. railroad.{4.500 acreown.In.( ... oJ

Starka.. $13.100. loduc.d.100.. DAY OR NIGJiTII I I >/ I jKE-- > ', II'.d' ))3 acre. 301 4 Morgan Rd. Owner llnanc $39.000. !
"13' x 40 M.H. Furnished, 54900. I ..... ...
> \ Orlffls
IS' Fetla. Shady Form House I B Ac. Hwy. MANY. MAnlY OTHERSI "si TJ pedroarr n I *cr.f pdK>' i..1. i.\J .. acre loop-limber own. (In,-$10.SOO/ ojI.S f
with ir x ,000. > : .... 1.. acres near Preibyt.Church, Shespltal-rook., '
Hi. $41.000. I "siDONTIISOMYVOuiliTMTCAUl I I road. "IreVoge $10 : .1.' offers ,
11. lowtey. $15,000. .15..01 J t ,:, '
.3 ... 1 IA C,. ,... C.... 'WI: OIlNIItT'" "l.I' LOTS INVESTMENT/ .'
... |
2 $.. Furnished Homo Friday 9 I,. ., jj j c Saturday. ; t.-12 l' edraeml. ,,1..1' Stark 6
liwtay $".OCIO. HI A Plus L.... Guest Cot- Evening, and Sunday. 'l.rg. livingJjoom '"Country Club' Estate, lot 141 combined ".000. r
fy oppemtment I
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extracts the en-deck circle. At ten Carton wears the feat <.f M* 1IM leans \ D biltos.siii in "B" District

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The Dominos women'*. i Softball lead through four innings. In the fifth,
team looked Ilk*world-beater Saturday t Cassandra Johnson singled and Betty P{ ir 4 ,, 6r 1 ui

.:. morning scoring 34 runs .in two .Jean.Hudson walked. The Ocala club
District "B tow'DaJneftt.wJna.-but- walked Smith to load the bases and i a i ,tutwI'

?t ,.flw a relaxing break from &he'beat Kathy Whitehead made them pay 4nP
at the motel pool In Lake City they dearly f banging a double to left- rcA
(I air the afternoon: 'just a* center to clear the base Terri! Par-
"""'T'es'fflltirt4i! quickly losing twice to settle'for fifth rish and Karen Norman followed with
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s ail place In the It-team District pack. nits to score Whitehead and the r +
Dan**Darling of Palm Pay won the Dominos led 74. That margin swelledto
lourney: with the Greek Waryion of 13-4 In the next inning as Parrlsh i.
Kisaimmee taking second: burned the left-center fielder with a
It wa the Greek Warriors that khe, three-run homer in a six-run Domino
Domino betted 114 In their first 'rally
game Saturday morning at 4 a.m.The The two wins moved the Domino
Stark* girl pushed out to a lea( lead Into a winner's bracket semifinal
and. held off the Kisslmme team late game at 3:30: p.m.Saturday afternoon
In the game. The 'Wal'rlortt.tlad the but they slumped In the afternoon.
Ueing run at the plate with one out In Curt' Stars of Ormond Beach
the seventh but pitcher Diane Smith dumped 'the locals Into the loser's
bandied a bounce-back for the second bracket with an 18-13 win and the
J out and shortstop Marian-Walmsley! Greek Warriors e back to knock
turned a routine grounder Into the the Dominos out with a 10-2( victory.
third out.. Hudson had two hits in every game
Their second game''Mras' the and hit .615 to lead the Dominos for
Domino best as they rallied In the the weekend. Karen Norman had the Making
late Innings to sweep by JMP of Ocala most hits, nine and hit an even .600 The Play
13-4 in a 10:30 a.m. game. Smith crunched while Diane Smith was at .538. Kathy Domino rlghtflelder Dawn School
1 Y- a two-run homer in the first InnIng Whitehead .467, Charlotte Ames .455. ing came hard to snare a dicing pop
'IA' 'AFT Rt aw but JMP came back! to gap: a 4-3 and Dawn Schoening was 3-for-6.. up on thin play..

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? Safe at First ,
i. Betty Jean Hudson, who led the Dominos In hitting last this play to wipe out a -pla,> try l by the (,irvkiir-
Kerr Carlton, the broad-shouldered cumulating 17 four-baggers and a .785 them but they had a full roster. .
weekend with .(IS performance beat the throw to first on Hors of Klssianntee.Ault !
28 year old who built a reputation as .average in that first tourney wl -lnvv::-1Ji!",' 1 a-also-caned me**'the-end' i n. .. .. .. .
Starke'S best-ever swatter pf li softballs Sarasota) he was called by of last year so I called them} second. '-,-. ;, '..? Ir.-.r' .
.starring for the Green Machine, Brownholtz "our big est surprise. "' .. ... .,
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has accomplished many things In a He's a big-time player. "You know we (Machine) had' .;:,t' .. .
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decade of playing the game. But this beaten Jerry' every time we had ,/ '
year./he's got a genuine Boot at his. Ha has continued to prove he can played them since the World Tournament : .. ;.,...I .. :: l '. . .,.. ... I
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number one goals- ?-, play with .anyone ElliotUleads the pointing .",.. ... : ( ., .' .. ... '!"', ''r":"" .
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Xf'i want win.World.aad-the conference In both hitting and in homers move to Jerry any J
," Carlton said Mbnday when with over 150 while Carlton is secondin drastic move up. "I had played .. .V :
asked what are the goals of a man batting average at .650-plus( and against all these guys for years. we r
recognized(: not only as a local hero of bunched with three of the others In knew each other well. Now we're Just
sorts but as one of the nation's best homers. His 120 blasts compares with playing as teamates rather than u .
hitters. He was talking about the ASA the totals far:..Washington: Kelly, and against each other." r t

World Tournament In Montgomery and, Jerry's has won .10 of 14 tournaments Pains is His
Alabama Labor Day weekend Conference's this season, losing Just 13 Healing Athlete's Life
Pitch
the National Slow
championship tournament the' "This is probably the time In that span. That includes a -

Weekend before that August 22-24 In'' victory In the Maryville Tennessee' 'Working with the athletes Is my The tour with the Olympic track both presented Bradey with then
said
Carlton "was
Birmingham, Alabama Carlton beat team I'll ever tournament a* life." team stands out in Bradey's remem- medals after the London meet t, thoughhe !
World will be.
tough a ever Jerry'sbeat School
the So said Bradford High brances. "I felt like I earned keepon the
figures this year represents of to my suggested one be given lo team
cj ante he can reach both pots! of gold play for." CampeU's the "We've two three three game athletic trainer Bradey Greathouse the trip and I thoroughly enjoyedit doctor. lie had worked hours each
take title. andthey've
\ and maybe even get the th ed leg of Carlton won said of Saturday. He was talking In the lobbyat ," he said. "Many of the athletes day with both athletes, who hud been
ftball's triple-crown; the USSSA won three Santa Fe Community College during were upset that I wouldn't be comingon injury-troubled up until meet lime
'World Series" Concord, California the Jerry's-CampbelTs rivalry. "Butyou'v. last weekend's Sunshine State the second tour. of Europe That Canadien Phil Olsen. an Athletic Attic
250RBI's. to about the rest of
and he'bal racked up got worry Games wrestling competition mak- pleased me." _
September 5-7. Boyette, these teams we've been beating all\ team member bestowed a, rumlarhonor
i.This is the strongest team I've The 6-foot-three, 252-pound The six teams ing momentary stops In his conversa- He was So adored by the athletes on Bradey at Oslo. saying "I
,the year. top or seven tion to mix Gatorade or administer' that one female team member took to in .
Wer played for.probably Jacksonville native (he moved to could take it all It'll be like It Iseveryweekend present this lo the bc tlrlljner the".
I'll for" hot quick aid to the athletes. calling him "dad" and he brought he handed GrouthouHO.,
strongest team ever play Starke at age 14) slumped after a ... it'going to matter who* world as
Carlton said reeling off the names start but won the high batting the ball and who makes the The 55-year-old former University home two medals as presents. Karin silver medalion he won iiHhe, javelin.
and accomplishments of his 1980 average trophy at Marietta Georgia hitting least mistakes when of Florida trainer has always been an' Smith, the top U,S. women's javelin r",11 "
In the living you play. energetic fellow but as he unraveled thrower and Julie Brown the na-
teamates as he lounged and in Jerry's last two tournamentswas ''1l1t \
room of his home just now being com- All-Classic in Maryville, Ten- While he's readying for the world his schedule for this summed: was tional 3.0OO meter champ and Olym- f.j"'I'I"'i.: Vl>l; mi |I'll. I. \

pleted in a peaceful setting off SR-100 nessee, and All-Tournament with the tourneys Ken and his family have .obvious that for the past few months pic team member in the 890 and: 1500.

west. He was talking about Jerry's most home runs. in Tullahoma, been trying to combine the weekend working with athletes has..been" '"!nearly.
Catering of Miami a superpowerfrom Alabama.. road trips and it was Just about his entire life.' : .? :' ..
Miami that has nip-flopped with every weekend during the meat of the Greathouse Is Just now completing'
Campbell's of California in various ."I'vehad a couple of bad tour- schedule with vacationing. "If a whirlwind of a summer its a
ratings of who's number one In the naments (in the .400's) so really this been nice" Ken's wife Libby said of member of the nln&-member'11nt, r
world of Softball this year. Since season hasn't been As good as last the traveling. Young Ken, a six year Athletic team training staff
Hillandale Farms' Jack Haen decided year for me" Carlton said '"I just old who carries a.smile and one of the Attic track training Blaf!/
not to pour the sponsorship money wasn't striking the 1",11 ,ood." He was Ken's bats with him most of the time, and the Governor's Council !staff* 'In
Into the Green Machine this season asked his recipe foi I ing a Softball and LeAnn, who will turn three Florida. Our country may hle'
Carlton needed a place to play. And with power. 'Well) he paused, II' August 26, both. went to St. Louis and boycotted the Moscow Olympics! but'
Jen./'s manager Joe Brownholtz accepted smile parting his lip, That's a tough Maryville. "The conference tour- you could never tell it's a non-olympic:
Carlton as one cog In a complete one. You've got to know what pitch naments (NSPC) are good because its year by checking Brndey's travel log,
rebuilding cycle aimed at the you can !hit and what pitch you can't. I round-robin and you Just play. at globetrotting agenda lncludedthc
same thing Carlton wants world mere or less swing down like a night," Carlton said. "' hat give you Track Athletic Congress' (formerly
titles baseball player, to get a good spin on the. days to sight-see or whatever. AAU1) national championships Los.
the ball so it'll cut through the air. But sight-seeing is. secondary .to Angeles.June 13-14 then a threefeyrespite
You have to strike the ball good, with Softball. '.before flying back ouCto";
",om committed JackllasenaniLGrefn good bat speed and all that... the only Eugene Oregon for the U.S. Olympic"
way I Is to get out and do it a lot. "I'll probably play three or four. track and field trials. After anothere"
( .more.yean a* long *s I can still do ,,three day break Bradey was t
"I usually practice one day a week the Job at this level I'll slay."Carlton to Europe for thdNorthern Curopean1
*' with Eddie Ha en. Jack (who he said. "Then I'll Just play city league ,tour of the U.S. Olympic track ...11"; .
Machine) next year. works for at Hillandale' Farms) pit .again.-That's where he started in field team//: That tour .consisted 'of I i1 m
ches to us A lot of guys hit two or 1970, playing for Cunningham Gulf .meets in Stuttgart West Germany.,.r 49
three time,a .week but maybe too '"lust to have something to. do. at. London, and Oslo. Norway, and tv34 ..'
"Jack's going to have a team much of a good thing Is bad. When I night'"I've! ;.capped by the Liberty Bell Track f I arid,\.1' Man sst
Green Machine) next year and I'm was going bad I got out and hit more Field Classic In Philadelphia. I
committed to him. Really Ihis'll be and III probably start hitting twice a had' chances to go ear to do it or not do its," Carlton week from now on In'''' Carolina with Howard's last year for filing home the BUS teacher And ,
said his (thirst for the titles obvious.,. When asked Ithad any doubts about instance) but I'm not the moving type'of :trainer was first working at thelracC,*
"We've got a strong team, here playing at this level Carlton boy Carlton said. In part answer. meet and then the wrestling tourna. ul
Machine again) but it's all pretty: .answered.;;:-'There' was no doubt-iiis-::';'rJnl..1Itesum. : : oIlw'SQtMlI-. orient.In_the Sunshine State Games! as
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much loess boys:"*-''!'''-''''*''* my mind 1 could play." His reply powers might lure him away. "We've. .amemlxrof Governor' .:BobCraharaV.&yi '....14 .-Al t tt
'came back confidently and evenly, got the house almost finished now. ICs 'sports cottnci ,, -
Jerry's Is nothing close to .a home, without the stammer of false modesty -- quiet out hero If somebody drives out.
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grown outift. Half a dozen are from but 'also without any trace of her they're either looking. foe,m. a or. g
Alabama a fact Ken says will help boastfulneu. "I'd been asked before.I their lost." '" : yD
with two of the three Important national -. played some with Howard's I North As his eye wandered around his 0 "." \ (t e
tourneys in that state Craig .Carolina) last year and they askedme open surroundings he thought ones e. tO .. '.u..L!IO 1W Y h
Elliott who hit .718 to lead the major to stay with them. Iioid( 'em I was again about his goals. 'I'\.t had some ,. (he
ranks t the best of the "Open" teams) committed to Mr. Hazen. Then when good years but I've only been lo ASA .
last year. was recruited from Ken he decided not to have a team! I called World. one and I want: |o,win! I its! ,.
Sanders of Alabama. Harpld Kelly g! T

and James Boyett were plucked from tJ 'I ,*"*:. n
Dave Carroll Sport of North DR. :JAMES K. NESTER: k
'Carolina Jerry's ,veterans James ,.
Washington and Dave Underhill were -' ; "' Optometrist'' : .-" 'Answering & ca nOpen

kept. Ail are world tourney veterans. In 'leaving: to pursue lurlhar.p.clollj{ .d (ralnlng'ln( .care,\_ ',?,,,) .".. .. ,.
the name Ken Carlton I II not known'nationIII'ld. : 7 pleas.d' to announce that "'. ,* ,v, :
as are those abovenot t i : f Sf RKI'OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATRS, f'n:'ty; ?\.: .,. 24., Hdp-rs':

jet. He ha* been to only Aid world t' .l optometry; H' flv.July J V.\a: .:''. 'J : l D. Jt f
,tourney (though when. he go, In f, ,,, will' return' hit general practice '" p :: '" "/1 1: ,. W : f + i
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All-Tournament Machine finished fifth team). He aft was Green'labeled -;';' .' -:<,' ..,''t, Dr.. Leonard Schlofmonu '' ' Easlnm. .and R* t4f ** 7'i,, *?''.., fV;. m (, } > AVP R. 3.01. .

one of Jen)'* least-heralded **40w.M< li I";i*it,:' Optometrists : 't..*.**t.,,';ii' ",..(...* '
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recruit early-on. and after a going& Stark.Fla. H0 l ,MWtfI............ W0* .Call u. bout Improving your. bt.ucK *..' Hondo .

ll-for-l with\ seven home runs in'his (*04'M-) .07 "-'It042t2.S0n) ixtutng; se/v/c*..-;:'
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physicals done at the Health Department : : '.
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Commission -now between a rock .
hand have the Bradford County .
On one you There will be no cost if those planning -
I. and hard place trying to shave some $582,692 away from Its proposed 1980-81( to go out for football,go to the Football practice at BHS itarte Friday -
budget. On the other hand you have the Starke Recreation Department for WMl-asking. Health Department next -Thursday August It, with Workouts in
to $20,000
the county to nearly double its allottmenl from $11,000 8 should brIng shorts and
board win morning at a.m. Players Friday, Saturday Mondayand
certain that the Recreation
No, It doesn't add up and it seems almost forms ) the to 'tues-
their signed by parents players going pads, :
from the
have to swallow a cut .
not get the Increase it asks for- and may even '
with them for the checkups. Players day. August 19. ,
$11,000 figure. Asking for more money when Bradford's policy-makers to boot are who miss the free physicals will be The fall Jamboree Is set[:' for
already s5 close to the tax millage limit and are In an election year may .
responsible for getting the check-up September Sin Palatka and the openIng -
be just Impossible timing. And as has been the case in other areas recreation can
some other way. game September 12 at Macclenny I
for the request are *
serve as an easy scapegoat for tax-cutters. But the reasons .
'leglUmate.' :
This city needs to finish the Edward's Road Softball complex. Asked about the
Monday Starke Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin told about the plans i: ,
"The plans are drawn up for a permanent concession stand and restrooms. And t
we'd like to build another multi-purpose field. If we get another field we could get Bradey -
Regionals, and we could even bid for national tournaments. Plus,Just having the -more from pg. HA ;.
fields next to each other (for citv league play) would be so good... it'd be betterrequest "Mini-Olympic" WrestlersThese
else. Asked Saturday if track was the of Europe was a great oppurtunity to
and
for everything
A upkeep smaller town than ours Davenport (near WInter Haven), is hosting two state three young wrestlers from Bradford competed In last sport he enjoyed dealing with most see the world. After all, he had.never
Count
tournaments this year because of Its facilities. And we have to look Just down i the weekend's "Sunshine State Games" with Michael the middle man in Bradey replied "I have spent more been to any of the three stops except$a,
road to see that Lake Butler has realized a boom In both out-o[town visitors(that the photo above bringing home a silver medal for second place in the Junior time with track and field because the few brief stopovers at the London Airseason's -.
means money) and local Softball participation since its three-field recreation (13-and-under) 126-pound class. McDuffie lost a decision in the finals of his divi longer. But I would say If I port. But not so, for his work was all-.,
built with the help of prison labor. sion. bad a preference that would be It. I consuming. "If1 I didn't have.
complex was
. Cheryl who has worked with a $10,000! appropriation from the county since she Larry Saucer at left, wrestled In the Junior 133 pound division, and Danny would the Individual sports. That Americans to.work with I'd take
took the Recreation head job four years ago.said free RMC prison labor which is Nugent at right competed in the Senior 126 pound class. Both won one match Include wrestling and swimming. -' anybody. I worked with Nigerians! ,
I lest ... because that (In those Kenyans..: I didn't much chance
all but assured, would make the additions to the complex strictly on a material- and two Saturday. person get
cost basis without the burden of labor fees. That added $9,000 (with some city Nugent is a 1980 BHS grad while McDuffie will be a sophomore and Saucer a sports) doesn't have" .to be. to.visit the places because after the'superstud'
I money thrown in maybe) for a new ballfield and concession stands would be a junior this year. All three wrestled under coach Ronney Harris for the Tornadoes to make it. meets there would be"so much work. tb'
bargain. last season and qualified for. the state's "minl-olympics" through district com- do with the athletes. "
You think Greathouse's tour And he said that's his life, .
might as
You might ask why the county should pay for Improvements within the city petition. '
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While the $11,000 to the Recrea- .
limits. Take look at these figures. county gave .at
tion budget last year the City of Starke gave$47,342. And an estimated 65 percentof .
the participants! I in Starke Recreation Department programs.are from I de : \,
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city limns. IIr.Oloraounry does !give snot er .uw nose "" *.u. --
allotments to smaller communities $1,000 each to Hampton, Brooker. and
Lawtcyd a pool of$2.000 to the "county rec. fund" which goes to There.... Lincoln lIJm'iltB mruUrtB, .. .e .. .. .. .. .. .. .. e. .e .e .. e. .. .. .. .';-

City and Pleasant Grove. Still out-of-city taxpayers get a great deal of .. ..
recreation for their money.
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I don't have the answer. I don't know if anybody does. But I do know it Is a Men's 10-Teamer( championship game set to start at 4 bronze'medals. She led from-the .
shame when Inflation eats up our chance to have a first-rate ballpark in town for Raiford gun to the last step in the 400 meters
a relatively cheap price..... This WeekendIn p.m.The bluegrass band "Country being edged out at the tape. DeWitt:,;
The Fall Jamboree locale is set for Bradford High's Tornadoes. They'll play Softball Lake ButlerLake Grass" will perform and a group who just turned 13, was third In.the
In Palatka Friday night, September S, In a five-team jamboree Coach David from Union County and the 3,000 meters In the girls 13-15 group
lIune said Monday.St. League : Butler's recreation complexwill Strawberry Swingers from Starke with a 12:29.9: run for a bronze. Linda
Augustine and class AA Interlachen and Crescent City will join the Tor- be the site of a ten-team men's will square dance Friday night. also was sixth in the 1,500. meters ,
nadoes and host Panthers in the capper to fall practice. The season opener Is the Macclenny's Bootleggers are the Softball tournament this weekend Barbeque dinners will be on sale Fri ((5:31.85). -
following Friday, September 12, at Macclenny. only unbeaten men's league team August 810. day starting at 6 p.m. and all day Sun Brad Russell had two fifths and a
Football workouts start Friday August IS.... while every club has lost at least once The proceeds from the weekend sixth in the boys 13-14 age group witha
in the wild women's league after the which also includes bluegrass music day.A baseball be
youth tourney will 16-7 long jump ((5th), a 27.75 200
. You might have read that ESPN, the sports cable television network, plans to first two-and-a-half weeks of the PoorBog's square dancing, a youth baseball held Saturday with 9-10 year old meters (5th>, and a 12.711100 meters.
televise 66 college football games, over 400 hours worth next season. As adver- Summer Softball League In tournament and barbeque suppers teams from Lake Butler. Lake City, (6th). :. .
I tised that's over five games per weekend. I expected Hurse, as one of the many Raiford. ,will go towards maintenance of Brooker and Lawtey competing. All three qualifed to the Junior
high school coaches leery of the encroachement of televised pro and college foot- The Bootleggers are 3-0 and the .the first-year Softball facility. Olympics through district com t1-
ball on the game to gnaw his teeth over that news. But no, the Tornado home-town Poor Boys 3-1 in men's Teams on hand for the 10-team :
coach said'prep As long as they don't infringeon our traditional Friday nights I don't play, while the scrambled women's mens Softball tourney Include Silver, 3 Bronze. tion.Lipton -
think it'll hurt us." He just wishes we in Bradford could pick up the all-sports net- pack has Macclenny's Chargers on Starke's- Truck Plaza: along ,with Taken at Net Champs
work on our sets..... top by a hair at 3-1 with the Poor Boy Gainesville Tire a Lake City outfit Sectionals
Go for '
girls at 2-1 and the Rowdies of Starke and other teams from Union County Junior Olympics ; "-, .

Danny IlIIdebran, the leading tackler on last year'a Tornado team from his and Keystone Heights both at 22. and Jacksonville. Of course ASA Bradford Roadrunner Club Chub Johnson and Janice Jockel,
linebacker slot has decided not to play football\ ID his first year of college at Mars In Tuesday night play at .the playoffs are over for all the clubs so members Pam Hawkins and Linda the local champs in the Lipton Tea
Hill in North Carolina. Danny had thought about walking on and still\ may after Raiford ballfield Brooker's .men pickups and roster: changes can be expected DeWitt both were in the money at last Tennis Tournament sponsored by the
his freshman year. Asked if he's going to concentrate on his book-work Danny jumped on Lawtey for eight,rns in .' weekend's Florida Junior Olympic Starke Recreation Deparment.Uutmonth..will
smiled and answered that and I going to work at the.cafeteria and save the first inning but the. game was t Play starts Friday night'at"7 -p.m." : track meet in Winter Park .- <,ve some money." close after that with Brooker winning Starke'Truck' and Motion Industriesof Hawkins running in the girls 13-15 in the nation-wide competition with,14.
HIldebran will be rooming with Allen Scott the BHS grad who does plan to play 2212. The Macclenny Chargers nipped Jacksonville tangle at 9:30: p.m. year old division, was second in the other teams this weekend. vri.
t football at Mars Hill. By the way Allen just returned from the Junior National Keystone 7-6 in the bottom of the Friday night. The last Saturday gameIs 400 meters with a 60.05 clocking and They open play Saturday morningat
wrestling championships where he was 13th in the nation in heavyweight Greco- seventh in women's action. scheduled for 8:30: p.m. with play third In both the 100 and 200 meters at the Sawgrass complex south ;o(
Roman wrestling. He won two of four matches in that form to beat out most of the Gene Raulerson was 4-for-S and picking back up Sunday with the 12.65 and 25.7 to capture a silver and Jacksonville! r.
40 wrestlers on hand. He was eliminated in Freestyle competition with losses to Doug Brown 3-for-S for Brooker with )
wrestlers from New York and Kansas. Allen was a state high school runnerup as Carl Norman going 2-for-2 C. Milton -. Z..
a senior. 2-for-3, and Freddie Crews slapping a
We'll have more on Bradford's college football players before they head backto pair of triples for Lawtey. Melody
school for fall\ practice. Milton waIl2-ror-3In the Chargers( win ( FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER., 5 ;
with S.
Anthony Karen Smith and

This news comes from the national ASA senior boys tournament played In Til- Tammy Musleh all\ contributing two .\
ton. Georgia last weekend .- the event our Starke Stars were shooting for after a hits for Keystone. ELECT v
seventh place finish at nationals last year and a tenth in 1978.Amazingly host Tit- Games are played on Monday
ton had the top two teams. The host Tifton Blue Flames are national champs and Tuesday and Thursday nights.'
the lloJo'i (Howard Johnsons) of Tifton the Georgia state champs, were run- Standings and scores from the first JOSEPH N. ( JOE ] WRRREN
nerups. Jensen Beach which beat the Stars 5-4 en route to the Florida state two-and-a-half weeks follow:

tourney title (where the Stars were a discouraging fourth after backtobackstate M.........
championships), was a distant sixteenth. -......-- ... t
Now remember the Stars were second to the Blue Flames in the Tifton Invia- *sn.k..N...4.-- *i..*a WILL HANG WILL NOT .
tional earlier this season, losing to the newly-crowned national champs 14-7 In the i.wwIId,. ,_ asM.
winner's bracket finals and then 8-7 in the bottom of the last inning in the final. ..'.-...tine.lh......*.!4..s. PLAY FOLLOW'
The national HoJo's seventh in that event. ..Itod Pw toff were only
runnerup sr..k.... ,..N.i n..._......_,........
The expectations in Tlfton reportedly were that the Stars and the Blue Flames .
Immtmi 4. PM *. IS in.k*. II, _. n LEADER
v the Issues THE
would battle for the national title..... i.wwp is. ... And vote on Fr r :


.If the 13-13 year old girls Softball program stays alive locally it will provide a _,.-._.....w..i.I..,- i. S-l according to merit; Former Mayor of Starke
needed boost for Bradford llijrr girls program.,... _.....w_ >., )
1 Writ........ t.Stt not for re-election Teacher VoTech
Correction-. I wrote last week that NuWates had a couple of tourney wins aryl. ___h.. .
.._ps1..r. 1-s I have that I.
under its belt. Make that five championships..... proven
C.-ruMk O.ni.n t-sw
_'.tcem.!...llM.!....f$..immwu k 1' B-A DegreeIndustrial
The .\.'4.t rules in Florida dealing with just what Is an "Open" ,"A", and ''B" ._ U.Oniton t. PvraMiMt._....A.' can do this when Iwas

ballclub are so loosely enforced they're becoming a joke to Softball people..... .D.YIM.>.'_1.MMtkH....,-II.,..a..d1.._. ....1_.p. ..._._W a..c._...I I..... on the Starke City i iKd.

t ...<... s. P.M t... W.M I rim Mm 1.Cl .
Congratulations to the Domino, the first women's team from the area to get ..r|... IF._.....>,De"'.,.S.**,***.(MfbH' '
past Sub-Districts after a few lean ears, and to the Klarke Dixie! Youth ;Major I. ........ 1 pile *.(. W_ 1. Ckw.w< f -. Commission
.... ... .
hu..h..111111 Mar, who held up Slarke honor surprisingly well with their second H.1M. k I

place finish at Districts.....
I MESSAGE. TO THE VOTERS OF
Here's how Sirrrl and Smith' college football annual rightfully labeled the .:'
most informative college yearbook sees the fortunes of area schools In the com BfJHDFORD COUNTY
ing fall: KM' will go 19-1. with the only loss at :Nrbniskj. Florida will get this
repeat at 1>-11>-1. with the only 'blemish' being a tossup at home against 20 %
l-ouisville. October 25. Miami should be 6-4-1 they say Including wins over l.... 'f",1, I am asking for 1 term as your County Commissioner to
and .'.\\1\: but a loss to Florida State. Florida .\&. lls due for another 7-4 cam .I" '
paign according to the magazine. ., vote on the Issues without being concerned about re-election

thin Mate is the best in the nation S&S with Houston second and Alabama *
says. '
and not play follow the leader. Then be the JUDGE. ; j
third. The Crimson Tide again rates the favorite in the SEC. followed by Georgia DISCOUNTFROM \f you
.
Auburn and Tennessee.with the <;;lIorK ninth, ahead of only Vandy. FSU is tabb- DAILY RATES "'
ed aa the South' strongest! independent again with Miami an improved third OCEANFRONTVACATION r I believe that In. order for the voter to improve government -
host in the group. KAMU is tabbed for third and HHhune-CiNikmun fourth In both
school's first season in the Mid.Kaslcrn Athletic Conference. with his or her vote, that they must know what goes on.,;' '

The Islander Beach offers '
you a tropical beach Lodge resort setting With this in mind I 'have selected as the Campaign. .. Slogan, : r

I amidst the lush natural landscaping 4 .

Outdoor Column 'li ol New Smyrna Beach. ". I WILL LET YOU KNOW" = -

When you're not sunning on the ,
1 beach enjoy our swimming pool I

to be Offered miniature goll course delicious seaside dining and cocktails:
K :
the lounge or at poolside. Daily
With the help of you, our readers area u* long 1111.-\ou arc a 'local tanned children's activities. FOR :i Helping. Volunteer Fire Departments if the 1 mill
and the many sportsmen in this Tell how made and I
area gamesman. UI you the There's golf tennis fishing .t
w e hope.to start on "Outdoor Corner" catch. What line,.what lure. I nearby (or surf fish right oil 'the, tax'increase for them is turned down by ,the Voters
column to be Included regularly' in short
teach) And you're lust *
the "B" Section.In And If)'oukno,,' of a hot spot, a productive drive from all Central Florida at- I

and don't lure mind or sharlng'tell a can't-mim us method about I tractions. With this .d;20% discounts County Planning -. But I think it should

it we'll bring you the latest information that loo. Maybe you can share laugh good 6/1/10-12/20/80 boa Live and> Let Live' affair 1: j
sent our way by the Florida about your latest hunting expodillonv Sundays thru Thursdays e clud-
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Or suggest a change in game law*., ing holidays. when reservations
and other outdoor organizations. ''are made directly with the Island :
.
But we also want something extra.: What we would moot like to do"Is a. Come. Enjoy. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
We want If land .
your input. you that better cover the many hunting and J 4. :
lunker of a bait you've been chasing fishing stories that all aroundus.
happen 6 Q
for yean let us hear your fish tale. If We welcome $ ,W [P '
any suggestions by I
you drop buck call ,ON ,9 WILL BE : 1
us. our readers. And do help us by calling 'I''. .., BEACH LODOC yrfXHv SEPT. a.
local 'OCEAN-'flONT ffifl ; I
your office the Bradford ;.-
We'll want to know where 'you. Telegraph in Starke. 9644303. the w""."p ME. SORT AveF' '
caught the fish or brought down the Union County Times in Lake Butler. ''N.w Smyrna HOIS A11an11.loch. ma. 20tl9l l GREATLY APPRECIATEDPO.POI. !
deer, turkey rabbit or whatever kill 496-2261.! the Lake Rl'llonIonllor.: ,
you made. It doesn't have to be In theBradfordUnionKeystone 473-2210 and providing stories for ((904)) 427.3452 i
Heights this new column. ,
fREE 800.342.5620 Ad,:Pd."for By Joseph N.'Warren' JOSEPH N. WARREN i




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) August t.ISM TELEGRAPH Pale1SASt,7ke

13-15 Softball

tl ) W4oundup: : Board Grants RaisesTwo


In recreation Softball Tuesday City of Starke management City Parking Lot municipalities for comprehensive
Lawtey's boys beat Reno 10-9 and a eraptoyeos were given aytl ea by Paving Bid Let planning programs.Sidewalk .
group of 'old timers' calling toe City Commission aemI-
themselves "Ilia The board awarded a bid to Browning -
Mature Woman, monthly meeting of the board Tuesday Repair
beatthe Startettea. 208 n pray i niKht A.... 5. Builders of Rt *. Starke early Proposed by Waters
the parfctos lot which
pm IL- Merrill Does, utility director was was
TonyOIUl homered and knocked la given a 830 a week raise and Ray tot-' the City JIIilIaltl. Browning Builders Commissioner Wilbur Waters proposed
three urns Steve Marshall pounded agrandslam ties, street foreman received a SW al J, bid of&...30 was accepted.The :: that the city do something
homer, and Carlton week raise. Both Increases were, Council rejected two other bids about the sidewalks oa Walnut,
Johnson:tripled In one run M the given with the stipulation that the, that include: Columbia Paving Company Cherry and Adkins Streets from
Lawtey boy woo In the game bet mm receive no overtime. .> of Lake CUT 93.SOO and John C. US-301 to Walnut Street.
U-and under raises Hipp Construction Company of Waters who .Is retiring from the
WeeD age group teams The were given on a motion
At Pratt st. ID starke the starkettel by commissioner Charley Schaefer. Alachua.SSlZL7s. board In October to run for the county
commission his
played rugged team that Included Both were appointed to the poets prefaced recommen
some mothers and Starke Recreation earlier this year after the retirement City Hall Chain dation by stating that the board, has
promised for four
Director Cheryl Godwin. Other of aB. Hicks in March. years to do
Purchase: Approved something about the condition of the
"Mature Women" were coaches Dees was the board to .
Marian Walmsley and Cassandra succeed =1interim director in The board gave Clerk Merrill Edwards sidewalks In the city.
Johnson, and Gayle Fender, Barbara April and several weeks after that permission to purchase chairs The matter was turned over to the
Brown. CIndy 'was appointed to the post with the for City Hall at a price of..,... street committee with the stipulation
Thornton) andMiG ayeleSLmee The salary to be negotiated later date. He said the city could save$3,000 by that they report back to the board at
I-. yporlger! another shotatjthens Schaefer proposed that Dees, not purchasing the chairs rather than the August 19 meeting.
' elldderslThuraday morning at at the meeting,be paid f 10 an signing a five year lease purchasepointed Water
, = Pushes
,. '.'30,*:in,'at Pratt st. from $8.25,retroactive to the agreement Edwardsleasepurchase out that
Lawtey's: girls swept Pleasant time he was appointed. Commissioner agreement ova fiveResolution City Clean-up
Grove,6-3 and 17-7 last Wednesday. Wilbur Waters quickly seconded years would eostlhe city"',1711.30. Waters also asked if something
r. "JIt ,-Williams, Kathy Diggs and the motion. could: be done about the old Jackson
" AJMoilDavis all stroked three hits Mayor Vernon Silcox strongly opposed To Obtain place,suggesting that the owner put a
and Daphine Williams provided good the amount of the raise andpointed State Funds fence around the property and also
defense in the victories for the out that It was. close to the At the suggestion of City Attorney clean up the property.
Lawtey team which raised its league lime when everybody in the city's o-.PI.ene.: the commission. passed He also said the old tire place at
record to W with the wins. employ will be considered for a raise a resolution requesting thai the Call and Church Streets was In the
The Lawtey boys also won by a 8-5 on October 1. state Department of Community Affair same condition it was when it burned
count as LatUmore Williams banged "I want him to get a raise, but be .de[the City 1Il1tark.to the lilt about five years ago. _
a home run. told me be wanted the Job\t.he never of municipalities who seek funding for Commissioner Schaefer agreed to
Starting next Thursday August 14. emu got a raise" Silcox said. comprehensive planning programs.Pierce talk to the owners to see if something
) all the-local girls and boys teams .' r4.. la a discussion among the three explained that the recent could: be done about the propertiesand

fron'St rkeJteno.Lawtey, Pleasant 1..., ", : 'I'" ..." __ ,. commissioners that was extremely session appropriated ,funds for report back at the board meeting.
I. Groveand Cross the Creek will be ," ..1.-,> difficult to hear by the members of
competing In a single-elimination ,'T, *- the media and those in the audience,
': tournament at the Pratt St and Reno' Serving Up a Smallfry Pilelr' Schaefer and Waters accepted the
.recommendation to
battfields mayor's
.10, .. Peanuts pitcher Stephanie Thornton delivers what she hopes Is a strike la Mon withdraw the motion for $10 an hour
"C."* ",;" day's special night game between her first-place team and the second-place Ker. salary for Dees.Schaefer .
, Sin ltfry MaJor' mKs.' accepted SUcox's requestand Thanks !

League SoftballThe withdrew his previous motion and
) then made a new motion granting
Muppets held the Beakers Smallfry, T-Ball Night Scores : Dees a$9 an hour raising l salary
scoreless'for the last three Innings from 9330 a week: to $360 a week .
and won 15-11 and the Kermlts beat Monday and for the retroactive to the time he was appointed On b.half' of
the Foxdes 13-5 in Smallfry Major Tuesday nights were special parent's games Smallfry the)
Minor League and T-Ball baseball teams. to the poet.
employees of the
League baseball last Wednesday. Nettles got an increase from $223 a ) Bradford
Both T-Ball night games Tuesday were. rock-'em-eock-'era affairs with lots of
-....,...... scoring.The first place Rascals outscored the Peepers 27-24 and the thirdplaceCrackers week to 1275 a week as street foreman County Sheriffs Office and
award .P.'I. w beat the Zonkers by the same margin,33-30. with no overtime. myseJf. I wish|
to thank
,. ,.... .ear a e a s.M..w..M..d la the Smallfry Major League games Monday night the first-place Peanuts Schaefer also got approval for stockroom : the)
. -.....--.--- were surprised by the runnerup Kermlts, the third place Muppets topped the clerk Phillip Suggs to receive a Citizens off Bradford County -

....wT.A.-d.. ._wire_, '._--d itw..w Foizles, and the fifth place Snoopys got by the Beekers.Smallfry salary of f 180 a week. A former police for allowing us to serve '
, --,: Minor League players get their. chance to play before a crowd of officer and fireman Suggs was appointed 4
: parents tonight Thursday, August 8. to the position last month you In the) past and In the ;.< l" ,
:; ,
1 i I r. n'aw..wle1 '
n e'
." I e e I a. II after Jimmy Epps resigned. to' sell.in newt four years.P .
__ -w surance. Dolph E.
) ,-,- .--.......,-- r. __ 1 Reddish. Sheriff
I *, Pol. Adv..Paid B. Bradford .
Oolph
1 :J.'w Yo.W ... ____ __ 444 Miss Jaz Candidate y Moddliti County Florida
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jr.-is pit Melanie Morris; daughter el Jesus
1 :'. rl:1t'. Morris ef Starke. and a group of Miss
, ,1 t. Jacksonville ceateslaals were
,honored gswsta at the WQIK Music '
]UIJARCFish Pest held at Ktagstoy Beach Saturday

Jaly _". -
"'part-- The girls appeared at the Moste
Feat sponsored by WQIK Hawaiian
FryNetted$769 .Tropic, and the Jacksonville Jaycees
Air as a benefit for Ronald McDonald
House.
Melanie will compete far the Miss
.
: ;Jacksonville title along with ZS other
!The Bl'$dfo d-Union Association for contestants August 9 sad 9 St 8M
Retarded Citizens (BRUARC.ralsed PJW. hi the Civic AIICII1orI .,,4i.
r69by! Bhin..Up .pI ate-of ruh"andnAjnerieabome a r
b\llft' -"lIf/fUM"Y! b7tults6rioU': mss ziwol: rot 1tiionei ( o.i: .i
July 12. ': Miss Strawberry Pageant; Itis.She Is
The money will supplement two a student at Florida Junior College hi
state'HRS grants and any donations Jacksonville. w
mad81b1y'' private citizens for con
tinued operation of the Sunshine pY d
Acres Work Activity Center and the t

Homebound BRUARC Intervention president Program.Elisabeth Santa Fe CC Offers I Art Classes.

Walker' credits the generosity of .
-
several local people and businesses Santa '.. Community'.:College- Florida to teach in '1968.'Before he
fortheflah fry's success. Norman's Sterke Branch will offer a drawing, Joined Santa Fa's faculty In he
Grocery Holiday Inn. color mixing, design and painting was an assistant art professor at
Sawyer-Sled Gas Archer Funeral course in Starke this fall under the Western College for WpnenCOhlo),
Home(Lake Butler),Wlnn Dixie,and tutleage of nationally-known artist Northern Montana College and the ht
PlUlJ:; Wiggly (Starke) all donated Lenny Kesl. University of Alaska. Keel also served J

either7ttnn> or goods for the event. The class will meet each Thursday as both a visiting assistant professor
Fayne-Bateman.Chloe River Bobby and an assistant professor at
4 December 11
McRae, Charles Dinkins Dave Smith night' September. UF In Gainesville prior to his affiliation -
':45 at Bradford High.
from 7:00
and Ted with Santa Fe. Individual
Oglesby all pitched in as pieces
is underwayfor
well. Their efforts were seconded by Registration currently of his work...part of permanent collections -
all fall term classes at SFCC'sStarke
tM trory..Williams,,Rocky Hudson office In the school at the Cincinnati, Art
high
allRtl I ]1 Cpusey families.. building. Prospective students can Museum, the Weatherspoon Art ,
hopes to hold another fish call 964-5382 for additional Information. Gallery on the University of North'
any
I thlefta to raise'ddltiiJna1JDOOe CaroltnaGreenalloncampua and
Th i organization welcomes any doD -' Kesl's work has appeared in more Wichita Slate University gallery in
tlo and would '
is appreciate any sup- than 40 exhibitions throughout the Kansas.Kesl
pot t frm the community. country since he',came to NorthII has lectured 'on art-related
topics, served as a Judge in variousart
.i contests and displayed his, work inIVII
several C+vanaoian and ,American

Census Shows Growth Publications
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II rural Falls Awaite'' I STEVE SIMMONS I I M


a- > Sil.4A_

1) :released to area census officials figures exceeded recent1) --' ,111,100 estimated< by the 1980.county'would The' same hit agency 21.300, I '. Tux. '-"Ifl""" ."" I

,
!"d Pel. Adv. bvOot Simmon The Fine Art
p pulation growth projections made I by 1969.
d ring inVB last nationwide head
a ,
.I :
ci |int but a Jacksonville census > i! ". ,
3| okesman admitted Monday, thes .. '

y t.itlstics aren't-_ complete or accurate ""it.'A.iL't"' ; : ; ,',..,\:" : : : ,',, : ; J "
John .
Libby of Jacksonville'sR : lqJ ;/, '.
; R ttkwal Census Bureau Office : : : .. :" :', Of '
; tc tithe Telegraph August 4"thecomp "
iter printout most Florida : 'it..e' : .': ori'B' \ :td'IJr.> 1 : :
m inieipalitles received: to still farr ', n" ,': ',r I' .. : ,:}e..V;. .: .. ., ,

/ m complete and will be updated < .:. ;,' } .' : ... .: "" ;' AM
'. "' r'we finish two more ope tiansn ." : ,, : : : ,; : : .. ," : .111110111L

.,; b
r re ildences nstodss vacant In Nassau I .. : : \ :
c/' a ker. Union, .Clay, Bradford ,and. I ..rtIlIRO,P..DTlI\C" 'I'o"G.,1"'ORU\S, ,
/ :
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'f 3 val counties: end has also started a, :. ""i"H" ,', , : '

I:1'u MJople'f ow-up who campaign didn't respond.contact to the.those-, i iI. ,* >H ':a d.'fi.. : < :: :<: .:,X1ibi'; ;\\ B.:< &:$'$: & .. ; Decorator telephones from Continental Like a work of art, .

1-,1 I ." ,., I.,',,',., , ,S.,, ,
ti&eces
*sires they got In the mailit : ,7 m.d these conversation add color and life to arty room in your
.: : ; '" :'", : '
:
t Jbby' estimated i the final tallysly : ""i\"i"I\\"r." : ;+,rjh.'I'1""I\ (; \; : "\": "\! ;1 lhI," \,\,," .,
' add"&I many as 10,000 people to : .' ''., 'Jt" 9 "di1"I', '(I eSh \ /fi1 S : I home':;
; j-
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:d tree xittlng percent totals" and showpopulation gala"a two across: or ." : r.'T! ( : ,; : :-.Choose;. from a Variety of styles-design line decorators, tra-

'.1 he board" when completed. '[:) R"'F: Rt 'EtfGir"ltTM; : a ditional nd of antique dasS Ai1d'colors to suit .
: Bradford County's 1980 population \ :: : ; : ':N':. : 1 phones: liras cs. ,

,',10;I 1C"!'tJon 19,700,in up the from.preliminary.,.. la census 1970.' : : ; :" // M ;.;; i1.i; : :. : every decor Wq b.e wee to add,a decorator telephone to that:

[." rejections made la 1970 estimated!, special room in,youi hoit me. .. .
, I* county: would hit only H o ,by : '
I,rt Wo year. .,, r.twy' ,l'2j'St':?' : 2449 Un'v' 'Call or visit,&o local Continental Telephone. f Ti ,, '

t. .St rte'l according 1980 10-population the preliminary reachedt. : Ne do,' d O Shack' :: Blvd Wesf ,J business ofce;Pr Phq.1e rtodayApd: find'COnttnentalTektphOn'" ; ; er i,

Ia aU up from""la 1970.The censusureau's + '
v. 1970 projection for 19M cityopulatlon ;, "Mac6ht! f1 .Fla, JaCksop; ,: f :' 'out'aU about the'fine art,of conversation. \' .company oi me south, .
on was not available at press -r -t'i You call
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n, can always
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n; me. TUE: THUR ... ,
SAT MON I' '
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{ Statistics compiled m 1977 by the ,.Nol all.phones or:colon avail\.bktin, ill te tions.i., '- J 064-7272 .
R F Bureau of Economic: Research 259-3.0&0 : ., ,. '"
;.ff atlmatod the, county. would reach ( ": ." ," '...r.I1") .'("..
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I Girl Scout Newst I I.s I Local4:$Pers.Attend Legislature I



.s thy Carolyn Eaves Junior leaders are really ready forUM Threef local "H't. LIsa Lynn Ronald C. Johnson, Panama Cltj;
,\ I Phone M4-M12 they have been Dada Roberto, and Doll Water. ) are Beverly Bussed Lakeland and
to Gainesville Service Center for In Tallahassee thin week to parr Herbert Morgan! Tallahassee,
\ Congratulations to these Girl Scout training. in the new badge programand clot W In tho seventh annual Florida Among others assisting are Hugh Ray
I Lead who earned their LeaderRecognition are excited after seeing the new 1 Legislators; a "learn bY'doIna"experillllC8ln of Domestic, Insurance Association;
Award for the past year; books. Those attending*wera Wanda state government. ,David Gluckman Sierra Club; Jade
Will a Mae Randolph Adona Smith, Elizabeth Walker, Cindy ,Bradford along with other Florida Shoemaker. St. Dept. of Agriculture;
Sc ter, Edna Allen Andy Garcia Zurfluh,Diane Tierney and Monterey counties U participating In the pro Dr. Wayne Blanton Florida School
Beufah Lennon,Sarah Morris Laurie Wasdin. Great. gram to help young people understand ,Board Assoc.; Mary Ann. Stile,,!
Mulllns Janet Kimutis; and Elisabeth Big thank you to the following for 1. the structure and function of our Associated Industrie*of Florida; aw/
Walker. They are most deserving.. the contribution to the Gateway Sustaining ,rlilScircus : system of government and In ,Frahk'Hranicky, WC.T.V., 4n
/Great things are In store for aU Membership Drive: Dr. dividual's role In this system. ,Tallahassee. -
the are Wayne WhiHen. Dr. O.L. Haynes World Performers... Lisa, Dada, and Doll, along with While; In Tallahassee, the delega Ms
/3coutisod Q the. redfire Baldwin Chevrolet, Guy Andrews, ; wW the musical. 'emu* 150 other 4-H'ers will be participating will have an opportunity to use: a
'Thtj KM. -raemben string productl.e"pows
c I 1 Neighborhood meeting will be August Janet Klmutis, Lewis Timber Co, Agape. present In a model legislature sea* Voting machine and to tour the capitot
the Creekbank" .la afternoon performance at the August t]Bradford
l .' 19 at the First Methodist Church, John Torode. by aa .alOft complete with. legislator. lobbyists complex, the new Archive building,.
I please put that on your calendar. Several scouts from this County Hospital Employees first annul Community months of Csralval. The Mandarip committee meetings. floor and .the Supreme Court., The forum
Christian Church have eight production experience
the performer debate Informal lobbying and roll will end with a banquet Thursday
Another date to remember Is neighborhood traveling with other .
with the musical and appeared .la a June Invitational performance. at CircusWorld .
f. Open House at the Beaches LittleHouse scouts this summer, I will try to interview call (vote The chambers of the night.
,Neptune Beach August from them for next weeks column. We In Orlando. Florida House of Representatives and The Florida-H Legislature. I conducted
}f i' 7-' p.m. The Beaches Neighborhood are delighted to see so many take advantage 1" House Committee rooms will providethe by the Florida Cooperative
are hosting this event so we can meet of the opportunities offered I p" 'v't real life .setting according. to 'Extension Service. More Information
Girl Guides from St. Kills B.W.I. If Girl Scouts through camping experiences Lined Lowell Parrlsh.Bradford County "H. about 4-Rand the 4-H pro.am,1n this
i you want to go and need a ride giveme Singing Groups Being Up Agent: area can be obtained by writing/ or
:
i a call.N.w Representatives assisting l the calling Lowell Parrlsh. P.O. Drawer
For yes'Carnivol'A .4-H'era with. their:role-playing! for the 1028, Starke, FL 32091..9044280, eirt."
{. BCHEsnpk week are: Representatives Frank 224. '"
.William, Keystone Heights; James 4-H is a program of the Florida E*.
:Thompson, Quincy; Betty Easley., tension Service and I Is open to alt individual -

musical production with a cast of The young people of Bethel Baptist, Clearwater. ; Leonard Half Panama regardless of race, color. ,
with choirs soloists Lake ML ,City,; Dale PatchetC Vero Beach; creed, or national origin. :
Rive Church Dr. M.M. Maralit 40, along area Klngsley Baptist, Ptegah
and gospel groups will be featured attractions AME and First Baptist of Keystone
sponsoring fish fryA Open Office Here at the Bradford County Heights will be presenting their I James O'Neal OrdainedFather I
free gospel sing will Hospital Employee first annual special arrangements.. Yllah Slocum,
be held at thew River New Con- Dr. Manuel M. Maralit, a memberof Community Carnival. a young soloist from Lawtey.will" be James E.!: O'Neal of West Palm O'Neal'' was 'a former
gregational Methodist Church Saturday the staff of Union General Hospital, Continuous Christian music presentations slngln ., Beach was ordained to the Priesthood teacher at the Bradford Middle
Aug. ie Lake Butler will open offices in are planned at the August 23 Bayfess nwy.Baptist, Mlddleburg Friday night, August I, at St. School and also served with the National -
Serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. and Starke during the week of hand carnival from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. at Apostolic .Church and the Happy Patrick's Catholic Church In Guard at Camp Standing i;.,
the sing will be at 7:30: p.m.Featured for family practice, including the Branford County Fairgrounds on Tracks anew group from Starke will .Gainesville.The Among those from St. Edward'attending
singers will the Kingdom-Heirs the gynecology.Dr. US 301 North In SUrke.Performances round out the afternoon's entertain- ordination took Place during the Ordination services ahd
I Gospel Echoes the New Hope Singersand Maralit who also has an officeIn will begin in air-' ment In building S. Mass concelebrated by the: Most Rev.. reception following were the pastor. .
: other local talent. Keystone Heights,will be in Starke conditioned building number 3 at 11 Evening performances begin In the John Snyder. D.D. Bishop of the Rev Father Martin Jung, Mrs.Teresa '
Everyone Is cordially Invited to the each Tuesday from 9 to S. and on a.m.and move to the livestock. arena live stock arena at S p.m. Diocese of St. Augustine and parish Aston,1;-Mrs. Victor Gingrss,
free dinner and sing. Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2 to after 5 p.m. The Frarapton Family of Starke prints. Rev. Father Patrick Foley,' Mrs. Lester Humphries, Mts.
S. He will be located In the W. Call One of the afternoon presentation along with the,"Singers of Heart" former pastor of'St.. Edward. Richard Cos. Mr*. Gay Richard;
Street building recently vacated by will be the Agape* Kids performanceof from Grace United Methodist Church. Catholic Church was among the concelebrating Mr*. John Samons Miss Donna
the public defender staff which mov- "Down by the Creekbank." The Lawtey, "Singing Christians" from priests. Simons Mr*. Richard Richards aifd
B-U Realtors To ed Into the old courthouse. cast from Mandarin Christian RaifordL and the voices of Bethlehem .Rev. Father James O'Neal will be Mr.and Mrs. Francis Meng. Mr. and
Hold MeetingsThe Church in Jacksonville will presentthe Freewill Baptist Church and the serving. a* Assistant Pastor at,, St. Mrs. Lawrence. Meng and Mr.Eugeife
40-minute musical! at .4 p.m. Church of.GOd Starke. will fill the Patrick's. Meng. .. 0 j
officer and directors the William Miles Hunter Featuring 30 youngsters from 11' 12 late afternoon and evening perfortmances. ,.,
Bradford-Union County Board of years of age and one adult, the group '
Realtors Inc. will meet Monday, Family Reunion has staged many performances of the There are still S openings remaining -
August It, at 12:00 noon at the Holi- August 24 production in the past eight months In In the music schedule Interested FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY ,
day Inn. area hospitals, nursing homes and groups should call 9644000 and ask for i.
On Thursday August 21, at 7:30 The annual William Miles Hunter churches. the carnival committee. .1''Mlle Ws'fof f Melrose on SR 26 475.2554 :
P.M. the regular monthly dinner Family Reunion will be held at the According to Mrs Charlotte Oden Advance Barbecue Chicken Dinner '
meeting will be held at Lyman Live Oak Woman's Club, Newburn youth sponsor at Mandarin Christian tickets, Including. a chance to win a ;.1 ,
Green's Restaurant In Lake Butler. Road between the Agricultural Coliseum Church and an operating room nurse black and white portable TV are now You Are Invited To \
Phil Pickens one of the most outstanding 1 and the National Guard Armory .t BCH each of the high points In the on sale for 92. See your friendly 'Come Out And Fleet E:
Realtors of Florida and a resi- ,on Sunday August 24, at noon. Agape'Kids production was an Invita- neighborhood Bradford'County Information ,
dent of Lake City, will be guest All descendents urged to attend.A tional performance Circus World In Hospital employee or purchase. the Our Staff See Text Night
speaker. basket lunch will be served after a Orlando this past June. tickets at the hospital.' ,
short business meeting. Books afoneaf T30Q1lestlon&Answer PM
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KLPOA DirectorsTo item!11th

Meet SaturdayThe Correction ,Dr. Lotinelte<< << Richartlnan, B.S..U.e: Session

board of directors of the Card of ThanksThe ." Enroll NOW for Fill
.Nils in!$
Dr. C. En/on. D.C.: 4 4I
Klngsley Lake Property Owners family of Mr. Albert Glisson Wayne<<
Association will meet Saturday, I aft.:
wishes to express their sincere thanks :
August 9, at 10 a.m. in the Klngsley for every kindness shown during the Keystone Chiropractic Clinic(. r .
Lake civic center. Illness and death of our husband and
father We appreciate the visits
cards, flowers food prayers, and 1 AI S21 North Grades 1 -.11
love of so many time. 8 30 AM 2:30 PM
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Archie
Public Candidate Special thanks to TannerFuneral ICtijHlone Shop,..Suite.5
Home. Dayp TIITIM1M

Forum Set Gllsson Family Phone473-3604 7:00 AM flirt! .

At There R.J.E.will be a Public Candidate House .;0 a.tit.,; ; -lj/i.'tn.> : and :3i.m.. 6'/>..1u..Ion. i 6:00' .""nstsl.lt4HT rlf glsssrgartsa e. O 4M11. sqr

Forum held August 18, In the R.J.E. Traffic Death T,, -II. \\" -cl. f f.ri.f ..o
<< << < ? Bus Service Available to Starke, r. M
y
Cafeteria at 8 p.m. All candidates are Rate ContinuesTo .

Invited to apeak.Norman Go HigherTALLAHASSEETraffic f} (I."', -1 "p.m. .T/mrrfVii/ .), Hampton, Waldo, Keystone, rT 3p M 1

Reunion deaths in We Do:Accept New Patients : Melrose, Putnam Hall Florahome month. : ,.
Florida continue to climb said the and Interlachen for 20 a :
Sunday, Aug. 10 Florida Highway Patrol recently. '.
Colonel Beach Patrol
Eldrlge ,
Relatives and friends of the late director
said "With months
seven
S.J. and Emma Carter Norman will
:
almost over in 1980 traffic deaths '
have their annual Reunion Sunday have risen to 1505. This Is 110 FACT
more : 85% of BRADFORD -
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August 10 at the Lake Butler Com- than the same period In 1979,for an In- County SchootSys'tem
Center A basket lunch will be
munity crease of eight percent"Patrol .
served at noon. records show that the first 23 Income is from State Agencies '
days of July had 50 more traffic :

deaths than the same period In 1979. ; .. ,<' : Y. '


FACT: We r must be aell V. 'jn the of all monies: : .:
pursuit \i- ./'sLv ,
Did, You Know,............ from( pages ;, '.

w* and funds ,available. .' 'I to.BRADFORD ouraty.: :;/:;: 'ftUf r' .. I
Abdoul! Alivandl who has been in Mrs. Nelson Green celebrated her < ;
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Iran the past six years as engineer for 76th birthday Sunday afternoon when :
Iranian Oil Co. Is arriving home today her family gave party for her at the FACT <>' '
Thursday to join his family whois home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden- : My incumbent opponent kaA'not been active : :' r..1
staying at the home of her parents brook. 26 members of the family attended
Mr. and Mrs M.M. McRae His family and enjoyed Ice cream and in this'area '
who was with him In Iran returned cake.
here several weeks ago. The family -
is going on to Texas next week Tommy McLendon of Quincy was We can not be isolated and inactive in dealingson .
where Mr. Allivandl will be Sunday visitor of his parents Mr. and our
employed.Mr. Mrs. R.P McLendon.

and Mrs Marlon Payne and the state' level. If so we .will, I I''.be short, changed., -

daughter. Nancy Mary Anne Miller Verle Robbie Best was on the

and Friday Michelle at Sapp Daytona spent Beach Wednesdayto where ,ing Dean's semester list and at honor Stetson roll University for the spr- I will be active, and attend all 'necessary meetingsto .

Mr. and Mrs Payne attended sum Best had all A... .' '
mer leadeshlp conference for school done. -
getthe job ,
administrators Mr. and Mrs Bill Cox of Covington .
,
Ky were last week guests of Mr. and : : .
Mrs. Paul Naugle the former Patti
Budd and children of Jacksonvilleare Mrs. Henry Stefannelli. ; : Bradford County UMl( be heard : "' .
visiting her uncle E.L. Matthewsand : .
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children Friday.at Kingsley Lake Wednesdayto I Bradford County Wilt! have a state level. voice. when needed .

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Friday after five weeks visit with ). '.' ". 1.Bradford County Will be known'1:: >'" '. f. '.
relatives in Long Island and Maine. .

nion Attending at the the home Lawson of Mr.family and Mrs reu- : >. X\j\ ;" .Bradford.. l County Students' UMl Receive;'eir' ir share >;: / ; :

Lowell Turlington In Lakeland on ., .
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs H.A. T N EL .
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Lawson Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Marvin .Bradford Bradford County Students Witt' benefit .

Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson I I ,. .
and son. Mr. and Mrs David Lawson CT ;.
and daughters Mr. and Mrs J.T. R .. ; 'f

Crawford Lawson and and family Mr. and Mrs. Neil fC i Elect.. : .

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Miss Deanna Wates was in Ormond
Beach Thursday to Sunday visiting OLD-NEW WIRING .
her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL I ODOM 1 I'
LaRue Williams. MOBILE HOME POLl. RICHARD W. ,

Thomas Phillip Edwards son of the SERVICES HOOK. UPS .,.. ,, ;.
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AC HOOK UPS '.JI', ..' ... r. ': '
late Lloyd S. Edwards and stepson of SERVICE CALLS. "A-' ":"' <, -t'y.. '. ; ;'1'' . .: ,."
Freda Edwards graduated August 1 = ; ...'( :. .
from the University of North LICENSED" INSURED r :Ii School .Board .)J' ':i'I' \
Alabama.Florence Ala. His major I Ia !FREE ESTIMATES I in marketing with minor In manage 24 HOUR SERVICE U \ [ ;;'): \ .
ment. Tom attended college under a "riIt:, \ { 't ., : 1." ,.' ?.

graduating four year football from scholarship Bradford High after 964-5145 '''\: ....'- ..4..,. }: r, '. '<. : District i 3 1.''.,"".':" .. ,':1'1'i.o.,,'',"> ,..;,1"..,6 L""(,............,;. ...4O';" :.:,:.
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.' A' 19-year-old Montgomery 'The emergency center at Baptist communications link between Baptist
counselor was seriously injured In a '- NUN Hospital,which encompasses the con Medical Center and Life Flight, as
one vehicle accident on SR-21 seven cept of a trauma center with round- well as all emergency facilities and
miles north of Keystone Heights Tuesday the-clock physician coverage seven personnel. within the ISO-mile service
August S, at 6:43 a,m., and Is In days a week, has been expanded in area. -
serious but stable condition at Baptist response to .an ever increasing caseload Life Flight mar.be requested by
Hospital In Jacksonville, after being Physicians, paramedics,
flown by the new Life Flight The center Includes 17 examination officers, firefighters
Helicopter emergency service direct and treatment rooms.' Separate Industrial safety officers,
from Bradford County Hospital, In, pediatric and adult waiting and treat- military Installations, and city, county
Starke. ment areas Insure that children will state and federal agencies
The new rescue service' Is sponsored not be exposed to the more severe Patients will be flown to the
by Baptist Hospital and trauma cases brought. to the hospital of their choice provided the
features a $560,000 helicopter leased Emergency Center. medical condition remains
from Rocky Mountain Helicopter Service rY 'til t tr6 A feature of this new center Is the stable.
of Provo, Utah and has been In
service since 7 a.m.
Clay County Sheriffs Department
records show Jay Charles Jenkins, of r twe r :f r .,'v
.St Augustine was headed south on i ry OALDWINCHEVROLET
SR21 when his 1976 Mazda sedan
drifted off the highway and after 331
feet struck a six Inch concrete
culvert, went airborne, then turned OLDS
,over on the passenger side and came _:::';' .l
to rest right side up..

Taking. Off...
-Adv., Jet engine screaming, the helicopter Is about to'lift off It takes only 29 minutes for the helicopter to fly from Specials
from Bradford Hospital grounds with wreck victim Starke to Jacksonville. Car
aboard. The victim was thought to have a serious spinal The bird Is outfitted for-rescue work. It can carry two used
Injury which precluded him from being hauled In a bumpy stelcher cases and a three-man crew, a pilot and two
rescue unit truck. medical technicians

make the first run. immediate'care at the scene and td hospitals within 150 miles of Baptist in
He explained that the helicopter continue treatment enroute to the. Northeast Florida and Southeast 979 Ford TBird
may carry two patients at one time hospital. ; Georgia, that area Including Brad
\ w and may carry up to four crew As Sarver explained, a pilot, flight ford, Clay and Union Counties. Split Seats, Power Windows, Road Wheels,
members.' nurse and paramedic will lit Life Flight will provide three '
.wr Life flight Is a 24-hour a day systemof available at Baptist Hospital 24 hour primary services, including: Vinyl Top And Much More One Owner ,
medical that will be In the of from the
r emergency care com a day and the helicopter transportation patients
bines rapid transport, communications air within five minutes after receive site of an accident or disaster to a
\x Mip.dwp sophisticated medical 'equip ing a request to pick up a patient: hospital; transportation of critically' $4995
ment, nurses,doctors, and the advantages With a cruising speed of 120 miles{ ill patients from rural hospitals to
of a regional medical center. per-hour, Life Flight will reach specialized intensive care units of
.
; :' The helicopter Is a specially) designed almost any site within the 840 square;, regional medical centers, and the 1979 Chevrolet Chevette 4 Door
...1)11) self-contained mobile critical care miles of Jacksonville's city limits airlift of physicians or medical sup
>' :' unit. It Is outfitted with all the essential ,within 15 minutes of liftoff from Itahelipad plies. Auto Trans, Air Cond. And A One Owner
.. : :.;, : life equipment to enable at Baptist Medical Center. Cost of the night is $70 plus $2 a
, '. ) ",,.,. the Life Fight medical team to offer The service will be available, to mile.fanfity'cene .
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., f.:.'.:;'f.:,;'.... : $429500
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; : !' .f' \, r' One Owner With Just 24,000 Miles And

" "" ",. Look At This (!It's A 6 Cyl.) 4-Speed ',. ]
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.' : \ Only 42,000 Miles With 4 Speed And

: : Air Cond. Good Mileage With This One

,h 11 8p"Of

" $329500

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. 0.N. Coverage Area HangingBasket 1977 Olds Starfire H.B. CoupeOne

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,'t'o Owner with Air Cond.
) 5 speed Trans, ,
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Power Steering & V6 Engine Check This

Jenkins was brought by Keystone Out At
Heights Rescue unit 75 to Bradford
I County Hospital In Starke where he $329500
was treated In the emergency room at
7:20: a.m. for an Injury to his back. "
I The service called and Its
new was
3-man crew led by pilot Russ Spray Planters 1977 Chevrolet One Ton Flat Bed
left Jacksonville and landed on the
front lawn parking lot at the local 4 Speed,350 V8,. Power Steering & Brakes,.
I. hospital at 10:03; a m. The crew of
Twin Saddle Tanks For Long Range Use.
three includes a flight nurse and a ,

paramedic.They worked on Jenkins In the '$379500 .
emergency room and prepared him $ 0,0
for the flight to Jacksonville. He was .
.
carefully loaded onto a litter and was t ,,': ,
carried by members of the flight crew "';.' .h"Reg. 1976 Chevrolet Luv PickupOne
and members of the Bradford County ,: ,
Rescue Service to the helicopter EA..Sas9 Owner With Only 25,000 Miles.'This
where he was carefully loaded onto Is A Good One With Thousands Of Miles Left]
the helicopter for the 20 minute flight '
to Baptist Hospital, taking off at 11:10.
a.m. $349500
Joe Sarver, public relations man or
for Baptist Hospital, told this paper -
condition.that Jenkins was. In serious but stable 1976 Dodge Van

Sarver confirmed that Jenkins, a Dark Blue Paint With Power Steering, Brakes,

deaf fractured mute.pelvis suffered, a a collapsed spinal injury.right, 2 Air Condo And Auto Trans. A Solid Work

lung and a neck' injury plus the For 2 Vehicle.
medical staff at Baptist Is checkinghim
for internal Injuries $319500
He was treated at BCH by Dr.Sarnt 111=00000
Sarntinorant and In consultation with
a representative\ of Camp Mon- 1976 Olds Delta Royal 4-Door .

Jenkins tgomery,to It Jacksonville.was decided Director to transfer of, .. One Owner And In Good ConditionSilverWiyi : .

Nurses Patricia Ivey told this paper .$ i \! 'Red Trim, ;." ,
that contact was then made with a
neurosurgeon in Jacksonville and arrangements
were made to bring the
helicopter to Starke and fly Jenkins to $2195We
Baptist Hospital .
Jenkins was the third patient
transported since the Life Flight program
went Into service Sunday morning Have Several More Good Buys
August 3 at 7:04 a.m. the service
a was called to an Industrial accident In Stock NOW
at Fernandina Beach. Later that
same day while a dedication servicewas weSr
being held at Baptist Hospital,'
they were called to a borrow pit in the 4
8000 block of Merrill Road In the Arl- 1
ington Section of Jacksonville where
had fallen Into the pit while \
a man
swimming. I fjJ C1 Il'tl.' :
Sarver indicated that the service TG.V ,
had five runs prior to being officiallyIn
service on Sunday. aIIaU5: : ;
Spray explained that the helicopter US ,301 NORTH/ PHONt 044.7800
files at an altitude of MO to 1,000 feet
and operates under radar control. ffft family centers grgvI
STARKE
He pointed out that Loa Angeles FLORIDA
California recently started similar
service and it took them 18 days after
the service was made available to M"'o



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Page4B August 1.19N

in FSP Mail Room .... r if :
Loaded Shoes Caught
.. .. .Fiefs Briefs. .. ee .. .
should not be hard to trace. .
Officials at Florida State Prison mother. A looM crew tipped officialsoff observation Is Important in the The shoes, along with two towels" ,. :
confirmed that two double- In that case. mallroom. and four pairs of socks, /were addressed -
No One InjuredIn 2 Youths ArrestedFor have barrel .38 caliber derringers packedin Brenda Sealey, a six-year prison "You could see"the glue around MIn-the to an Inmate whose name has not'hoen :
!I. in charge of the edge of the shoe said CO John released, pending Completion of.
Stealing Motor. the 1 hollowed-out heels of a pair of employee and .
Thursday MishapNo "It Job." she chew. "I took a letter opener popped .
found in the prison mails mauroora. was a sloppy the Investigation. .
one was injured in a two vehicle Two Lake Butler teenagers have shoes recently.It were. says. Seeley attributes the discoveryto the heel right off.1' caliber. Mail room employees have been' -'.":. :. .
don been arrested by the Union County been instinct. Officials pointed out one .38 outgoing mail for an au .
accident with $700 damage was the first time gun have scrutinizing .
I Thursday July $1. at 8:14: .m. to the Sheriff Department and chargedwith found in incoming packages, according She pointed out drugs and cash are wadcutter shell fell out of the barrel Of- tempt to warn the sender of the .;.
theft and trafficking in other remained In place.
involved at Pratt and Broadway grand Sonny discovered dally but the discovery of but the
cars PSP superintendent .
in Starke.A stolen property In connection with the Strickland.to t guns upsets her. ficials are 1 hopeful that a good set of discovery.show: the sender was a' ." ...'1.
1977 Toyota sedan operated by theft of a 20-horsepower outboard ,The guns were found when two officers i "It's bad enough In there with fingerprints- can be lined from. the woman and that the Ohio return address .. : ; .
Maria Maron Wallace 59, of Stark motor. who routinely search all Incoming homemade weapons without having bullet. was fictitious. .
was traveling west on Pratt Street The motor, according to UCSD mail became suspicious them sent In. Now I know why my Investigators In order to preserve the The package was addressed to an I ::":
when a 1900 Plymouth coupe clri'venby records was pilfered from Thomas because: the black high-heeled laced father, a 17-year prison employeedidn't the evidence did not dismantle and Inmate who has no record of
Robert Earl Owens. 22, of Stark Williams Lake Butler on Thursday aredStephen shoes seemed heavier than they want me to work out here,'' shoes to search for more bullets in disciplinary problems Is housed in
lab
up
July 24. Lonnie David Todd, 18, have them taken to a crime and has a work
stopped at the stop sign failed to- should have been. Seeley says. open population .
Wallace car and pulled out In fron Bradley l.Ynch.17.have been Records show that several months "I'm proud of the staff for being on Jacksonville.' the sender assignment ?", s....r
with grand theft and trafficking Strickland pointed out
of it,causing Wallace to strike Owen'. charged a six-Inch hacksaw blade was the ball. Strickland said. "This may
In stolen Lynch has. been ago file.the serial numbers off,but
property. tried to
saved lives.
have some
vehicle in the right side, polio .discovered a radio being sent to an
records show. charged. as an adult. held In ';unidentified Death Row inmate by his Strickland pointed out that keen did a poof job. .He added the guns .. ..
No citations were issued by policeWoman Todd and Lynch are being
lieu of$5,250 bond in the Union County

ShakenIn Jail in Lake Butler. Humphrey Guilty of Kentucky Fried Chicken Robbery, Shooting: .: : :. :.'.


Friday MishapOne Bent Stop Sign 12, __d. '"
treated for Injurla A 20-year-old former employee of Smith testified that he was shot in Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- Assistant Public Defender Garry .
was Leads to
person MishapNo the forearm and then he played dish testified that he went to the house witnesses '
with $1,800 damage to cars involve the Starke Kentucky Fried Chicken right living with his Dunham did not put any on ,. .:..
Friday Aug. 1, at 8:34: a m. at the Intersection one was Injured In a two vehicle Restaurant on US 301 north was con- dead. where Humphrey was in Reno, the stand In behalf of Humphrey :.
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of US 301 and Pratt Street accident with $525 damage to the victed on three felony cases In a day, After she was shot Harris testified' mother Delia May Martin Assistant State Attorney Tom. ..
in Starke. vehicles involved at South and Cherry long trial Thursday July 31, in Brad- "In my mind my whole life passed where he found the gun In a paper begin the Elwell used six witnesses In presen-". :: ':.I:
A 1979 Chrysler sedan operated b] Streets intersection Tuesday, Aug: Sat ford County Circuit Court that involved through me. I don't remember an opening In the ceiling\ of on Feb. ting the case to the jury, .. :
Vernie Phillips Odom, 59 of Starke 8:25 p.m.Police an armed robbery and shooting. of anything, except the next thing I front porch on the afternoon :.;: '.
records show a 1987 knew was in the dining room.
Pratt Street two employees.
west on '
was with traveling the light when a 1971/ Oldsmobile sedan operated by Teresa Ralph James Humphrey was found "I was in the dining room when I : :
green
Chrysler coupe driven by' M.J. Lynn Powell 18 of Starke, was guilty by a four man-two woman juryof got my memory back, I was feeling THAT'S
travelling east South Street when a of anger and I was scared at the same
Slocum, :34, of Starke. ran the red on armed robbery and two counts ',
light as it was southbound on 301 1976 Ford van driven by Rev. Warren attempted first degree murder.Judge time, Harris said.
Odom's vehicle then struck the other Dexter Larger, Jr. of Starke was Elate S. Sanders ordered a pre- Harris testified that Humphrey
record travelling north on Cherry Street.The before sentencingwith chased her through the dining room
In the left front, police sentence report
car report said Rev. Langer could not seethe no date set for that procedure. and that she was shot twice as she :
show. INCREDIBLE
Police records show Odom was stop sign because the sign was Humphrey last February 10 at 943 twice jumped the counter.At the side'
the at the In- door she picked a chair and the
ground
treated at the scene of the wreck but bent over on p.m. approached Julia Ann Harris up
the tersection.No Starke the store's assistant defendant tried to shoot her again. ,
of
transportation to 19, ,
did not
require :
hospital. citations were issued by police. manager and cook Gerald Smith 18, "When I went to hit Humphrey with 2 Bath ;,. .t
the chair, he had the at my .3 BR
gun
Captain W.S. (Scotty) Rhoden cited Red of Starke In the parking lot and asked "
drivers license. Running Light them to the restaurant.. chest, she testified. "

Slocum for no Causes Collision Inside Smith the reopen was restaurant ordered after to go they into the got ground She added and she then saw she him watched bow to him the 24 x56..., ._ 1248 Sq. Ft. I;'; ;

$3,650 damage was recorded In a the back door.... .
$300 DamageIn walk-in cooler in the back of the facili- leave through
car-truck accident with no Injuries at Hum She then testified she called Brad-
ordered
Harris then by
was
2-Car Mishap of US-301 and West ty.
the Intersection ford County Hospital for help. At the
hand the day's
to over receipts
recorded a two Call Street In Starke, Tuesday Aug. 5 phrey she told
1300 damage was from the safe and then go to the hospital, Harris testified,
car mishap with no one injured Friday at 8:11: p.m.Police cooler. Starke Police Officer W.K. Mclntlrethat Mite"[" In NIN0
,Aug. 1,at 10:13 a.m.on SR-l0075 records show a 1972: Harris testified that once she was Humphrey a former employeeat
feet east of Bay Street In Starke Chevrolet sedan operated by JeanetteW. back In the cooler the defendant open- the restaurant, was the person who
A 1976 Oldsmobile sedan operatedby Biellmg. 24, of Lake Butler was ed fire on them.She says she was shot committed the robbery and the /M ''' ; :..::
Floyd Russell Crosby Sr.. 73, of traveling north on US-301 when a 1971 three times, twice in the stomach and shooting of herself and Smith. .
Starke was traveling east on SR-100 Datsun pickup truck driven by Joseph the left shoulder.The Both Harris and Smith were MAST'Atarep00M ;;
Ford sedan driven by Bon Gregory Andrews 16, of Starke was once near upper and have since returnedto 'AMILY AOOOl 510500Meos00M c"". ;;
and a 1973! bullet from that shot is still in her hospitalized ., .. : .
nie Wilson Padgett 25, was traveling west on West Call Street body according to her testimony. work at the restaurant. l lIVINO BOOM' C ..1 .
ting to enter the highway from a pantIng Bulling ran the red light and struck C.t0.1 : :.:
lot. Wilson struck.Crosby's car in the pickup truckPatrolman I
the right rear, police records show. E.W. Wilkinson cited Wildlife Alert Gives$3,175 in Rewards -= -.' .
No citations were issued by police. Bielling for running a red light. citizens. ., .I.. : "H

Car Hit in Rear TALLAHASSEE Twenty rewardsin Persons wishing to contribute to the r I"1 SOB M_,Oil .24 .._, 1,4. S.l Ft ._
the amount of $3,173 were made In fund are asked to contact their
FSP Guard Arrested At Traffic LightNo the past three months to citizens nearest Game and Fresh Water Fish Etc:

r On Drug ChargeA one was Injured in a car-station reporting fish or wildlife law viola Commission! office for details. 00
wagon accident with $50 damage to tions in Florida, according to the wildlife numbers to call to reporta $13,995 .
correctional officer at
26-year-old the vehicles involved at the Inter- Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis law violation are :.:
Florida State Prison Dallas Melton section of US-301 and CR.161n Starke, 1-800-342-1678 (Panama Clay);
Douglas of Gainesville! was charged Tuesday, Aug. 5. at 12:35: p.m. sion.The money was paid through the 1-800-342-810S (Lake City:
Monday. August 4, with Introduction Police records show a 1970 Wildlife Alert Reward Association 1-8002828002 ( Lakeland) ;
of contraband. into a state prison when station operated by from funds donated by concerned 1-800-342-9620 (Ocala) and Shingle Roof : -
found In Chevrolet wagon Carpet ,In' Living| | Room _: : .
some marijuana was a the 1800-4322048 (West Palm Beach .
of
Carolyn Dixon Roberts 36, Lawteywas conservationists from throughout ;"
locker. stopping for a traffic light when a state Wood Siding & Front Room ., :
Prison records show on July 5 sedan driven by Wildlife Alert rewards are paid for :
1973 Plymouth .
another officer spotted approximately Harold Thomas Dooley 59, of Waldo Information leading to the arrest of I II 30 Gal. Water Heater Gas StoveGyspumDrywair .
44 grams of marijuana in a com- to change lanes and violators of game and fish laws ex- "RATED G "' '
was attempting
Gas Furnace .
Records In- ;
mon locker for officers. struck the Roberts station wagon in cept endangered and threatened I 0

dicate the officer turned the contra- the rear. species which require a conviction ,4,1l ;fOR GIGGLES i Thru Out''1lgiattulraiasliuic. : j P-14/ Cu. FfReNlgerptor'. ',, t. Ms.Itl'"
band over to prison officials. Captain W.S. rSeoUyitAhoden An Investigation wtRY'stett tbil'turdDouglas '" Dooley foKDWI and careless delving. .t- The Wildlife Alert/ : I .....--- -' .UD, r--o--1":1: ... "
delayed the arrest cooperation
< A to'foster citimi' :
desikned

according Douglas to was prison booked records.at the Brad- Commissioner Paulk's and participation Rewards in Florida are disbursed wildlife rGO TIMES"i 1 1I din's Mobile Home, .

ford County Jail in Starke and was Car Found protection.the association .. :

after released being on $1.050 arraigned recognizance before Bradford bond- Cadillac Starke sedan Police belonging recovered to Bradford a 1979 through which is composed private of 13 Florida I I Sales ::,,;

County Judge Elzie S. Sanders. County Commissioner Hazel Paulk 1J. _
WHITEHEAD eta-tae tom --
that had been stolen from the An- SCOTT Hwy 100 W. 964-5606 'Starke e
2 Youth ReturnedTo drews Drug Store parking lot Tuesday BUILDER

Answer ChargesTwo The Aug.vehicle 5, at was 2 p recovered m at 19:01: House Plans Service -f1 Open 8:30: am 6.00 pm 9 am 5 pm napes) 6 pm

former Brooker residents have p.m. behind Plggly Wiggly on Mon. FrL Sat. Sun:
f been brought back to Bradford Coun- Lafayette Street In i>t >i'ke. accordingto Call 984-6512
ty from Jefferson City, Missouri to police records.
answer charges of stealing a county 'tf'1::
pickup truck July 4.
The truck was recovered in Austin
Indiana prior to the men being ar- liJ .
rested by Montgomery County '
Missouri sheriff's deputies Monday r:
July 23. [!l1 :
Lt. Glen A. Moore and Jailer Jack
Braswell went to Jefferson City and
returned with Johnny Booth and

Mickey Titcher at 7 p.m. Thursday, THOMAS METALS ING. :
July 31 They have been charged with ,
breaking into the Bradford County
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Road Department Yard in Starke on "
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Chevrolet Friday. July pickup 4, truck.and taking a 1977 Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage \ s= t....::..?. =--:-- ==
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Booth and Titchcr, both 19. are beIng In tittered End Sections And Elbows. : :.:.
held in the Bradford County Jail in Specializing I ." t-/ ..- .,.. .... : _. .

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A second pickup truck was taken Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Save ._\ F-Y \ :
from the county barn. but it was ... K'''' ... -' \. ..
recovered by deputies Saturday July I I ; t :?' If 1."' .. :i' ':,. ..:

:1.inn wooded area behind the Warren FREE DELIVERY i : :.. ,.n.:
house. Butler. Fla. 496-2013 i FREE COOLING(
Carver Lake : ::-: \l
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Youth Pleads GuiltyTo ,. ,. \ \ \ : '
;: EXPERTS UNDERSTAND y" ;:/; .
Firearms CountA Your '
Earn ': HIGH ELECTRIC BILLS -lid! ::d :
20.)ear old Starke man changedhis

plea weapon to guilty in of Bradford carrying County a concealed High School Diploma I WE PROVIDE CARRIER ,I ::i<:iLbfakingtheGEDTesll.

Circuit Court and Judge Elzie S. SOLUTIONS! '

Sanders Thursday ordered July a 31.pre-sentence HEAT AND AIR 'I" : :

Mark Randal Mersey was arrestedby e.WIUI COOLED NEAT rUMPS' ;

Powell Starke Dairy Police last Freeze Friday.on July US 4 301 at Applications for the GED Tests are being '; COMPLETELYINSTALLED CM COMBO UNITS > '

north after they received a call that $ OOIN '. HEAT rUMPS ,

two men were in karate outfits and taken at the Bradford-Union Area ONLY 18 90 cwoES DUCT:o'll. e i" UNITS DESIGNED r on ous:!, ,I ;
one of them had a firearm. Mersey ..

was restaurant arrested to after investigate police. went to the Vocational-Technical Center. ( 'i.i.,'i.:.'. .,\." ) I'

:No dale has been set for sentencing. ." '

ThIDudlln..luIU.t15,1980, \ ; I.,

Fight HospitalizesJax .

Beach ManA Call 9S4-6150 'far information. r\f' ..... C ,- .{

fight in the parking lot outside! the ,
Backdoor: lounge on US-JOI south PAC '
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resulted! In the hospitalization of one i .\NG : .

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Da\idGar\er. 25.: was! admitted lo CO
Bradford County Hospital after a .... .ASR Fluids From 6 Lothians.
PM ,
receiving! a severe blow to the back of 6:30: PHONE 9647701 .
the left par.Stnen 1:00: PM :
Perez.Guerra was charged II 8115PMAugust: ::1 __ .. ..
with aggravated battery with his fist PM .' 1f ---
by the Bradford County Sheriffs 3:00: : 22: r f = 01 ; lo
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Department. BCSD records show the .
pair got into a fight in the parking lot 6:30: PM. = JJ .AM i 'l '
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r Brothers Indicted In Moore SlayingTwo I County Boat Ordinance" UpheldClay



Hampton brothers have been murder In the first degree. where they have been housed In.the County's controversial boat Clay County lakes requires all watercraft sheriff 'testified he had advised
Indicted by the Clay County Grand The Kodbler were arrested for the county Jail without bond since that ordinance requiring all boat motorsto operating in the county to be McDaniel that his boat could not be
Jury for the murder of Randall slaying after they walked Into Bradford time. have underwater exhaust systems, equipped with an builderexhaust operated on the lake.According to the
Moore 20, of Keystone Height M heat County Jail In Starve during the Circuit Judge Lamar Wlnegeart: appointed was upheld by County Judge Larry system. Although boat deputy's testimony! 'McDaniel knew
on the steps of his girl friend' ,noon hour Friday, July 11, and told two attorneys to represent the Smith in Green Cove Springs last .Frahs, a,defense wltnBIII. 'telUf1ecI the law but acted deliberately to'
.." mobile home In the Hillcrest section deputies that they were the ones that defendants after the public defenders week and a Jacksonville man. charged that there Is"no such thing as a motor challenge it in court.
: of Keystone Heights on Oak Avenue, .hot Moore They weren't even office In Green Cove Springs asked to with violating the law 14 months. that exhausts. entirely underwater at A revision of the ordinance has been
.;, late on the night of last July 10. suspects at the time they turned be removed from the case because of ago, was found guilty. all times, Judge[ Smith"'noted that tinder consideration by the Clay Coun-
Dale K. Koehler.21,and Douglas K. themselves In. a conflict. An attorney for Mitchell McPanlel. there are certain kinds of engines that ty Commission in recent months. A
. .'1 Koehler, 30, were indicted by the The Koehlers were later turned Judge Wlnegeart appointed Frank the defendant argued for dismissal ofthe are sold as underwater exhaust committee has been named by Com
grand jury which met Thursday. July over to deputies from the ClaY| County Scruby of Orange Park to represent charge on grounds that the ordinance systems and .that the public can missioner Dale Wilson to work up a
31, at the courthouse In Green Cove Sheriff Department and ,were Dale and Orange Park Attorney John. was unconstitutional becauseIt understand..what is meant by that revised ordinance and a work session
:: Springs,. and charged/ them with transported to Green Cove Springs, Kopelousas to defend Doug. violated "equal protection" under term. He also ruled that both inboard scheduled for Friday. Aug. 8, at 2
the law and was being "applied ar and outboard motors have system p.m In the Clay County courthouse.
bitrarily." These arguments rejected that exhaust underwater at least partof The aim of the committee I is to writean
by Judge Smith who reiteratedan the timer. but SK-type boats never'' ordinance that will be more acee,.
I earlier ruling that the ordinance is. have underwater exhaust systems. table to boat owners and still satisfy
"OutdoorComer"To'e'Started, constitutional.The McDaniel was operating an SK boat residents of waterfront property who
ordinance .drafted severalyears when citedon Lake Geneva, May 12, claim some boats are excessively
ago because of complaints 1979, by a ,Clay County deputy for noisy and operated In a dangerous
With the help of you our readers you drop a buck call us. that too.Maybe you can share a laugh, about noisy boats on Black Creek and violating the ordinance. A .deputythe manner.
and the many sportsmen in this area a t about your latest hunting expedition.'
we hope to start an "Outdoor Corner" We'll want to know where you Or suggest a change In game laws.
column to be included regularly In caught the fish or brought down the What we would most like to do is a I
the "B" Section.In and Conservation Comments.. .e .. .. .. .. .. .. Ie *. .e .e .e .
deer, turkey, rabbit or whatever kill better cover the many hunting J
you made. It. doesn't have to be In the fishing stories that happen all around' '
It we'll bring you the latest Information Bradford-Union-Keystone Heightsarea us. We welcome any suggestions by by Bern Smith water ,. Oxygen Is 'added to the die. Addition of 50 Ibs. of superphos
sent our way by the Florida as long as you are a local our readers. And do help us by calling Soil ConservationistFish water by !surface absorption from the phate per surface acre will give quick
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission gamesman.Tell us now you made the your local office the Bradford air and. by .!the photosynthetic activities relief for a brief period of time by
a, and other outdoor organizations.. catch. What line, what lure. Telegraph In Starke 9644305 the Pond Management-Oxygen of microscopic plants living In stimulating microscopic plants to
But we also want something extra. Union County Times in Lake Butler Deficiency. The most common cause the water. 'give off more oxygen and also by buffering
We want your Input. If you land that And If you know of a hot'spot,a productive : '496-2261 the Lake Region Monitor 01 fish dle-offs In ponds is fish gars deficiency Certain weather conditions are conducive the toxic:effects of carbon dlox-
lunker /$ a bass you've been chasing lUre, or a can't-mlss method 473-2210 and providing stories for To survive, the in your to oxygen shortages. Since Ido and ammonia More permanent
for years let us hear your fish tale. If and don't mind sharing tell us about this new column.No pond depend on oxygen dissolved In >warm water will not hold as much oxygen relief is achieved by'aerating' the
I as' .cool water, high, water. You can add oxygen by atirr-
temperatures may put a stress on ,Ing the water vigorously with an an-
fish. Low Oxygen levels may occur as chored outboard motor,. by sprayingthe
.
l I J. Ricky Nelson and Richard Boone Weren't in UnionUnion County.asked a because result there of calm will be wind less conditions exchange by water recirculating surface with and a splashing sprinkler'the or

between the air and water. Also, pond water over a baffle or through ti
cloudy conditions may force; algae coarse screen with a lift pump.
County courthouse staffers "He was heavily Into burglary and I municipal law enforcement agenciesled that a file detainer be placed on and other aquatic plants to use more More Information on fish pond I
probabl thought they'd caught first think his first sentence resulted from to arrests of more "fences", Nelson's record prohibiting his oxygen Hum they produce. Oxygen management Is available from the
" '. wind of a major Hollywood scandalTuesda a string of jobs in the bay area. He Through it all, though. Nelson's apparent release before he answered any additional -, deficiencies may also occur If high Soil Conservation Service through the
July 8, when long distance earned time off for good behavior involvement escaped unnoticed. accusations.Sometlmeawe'.get'. winds cause the pond water to "turn Bradford Soil and Water Conservation -
call ca ne in seeking Information while in prison../got an M.C.R and over" because deep bottom water is District, phone U64;ZBO, Kxl.: ;M>.
regardi g the whereabouts..of Ricky, then blew( It by pulling new burglarysoon U.C.I./Inmate records department.heard -. !* calls- from .Usually low in oxygen.
Nelson i nd/or Richard Boone. after he got out," said Vasconl, nothing more about Nelson police departmentS similar to this Serious oxygen shortages may occur
Actua ly neither Ozzle and Har who briefly handled Nelson's release. either! according to spokesperson one where the officers forgot to file when dead waterweeds or other
riet's t sn Idol son nor the one-time U.C.I. Inmate records show' that Brenda Whitehead, until an inquirywas some of their charges before trial. organic materials decompose rapidly
Have Giln Will Travel television show after his M.C.R. violation and Imm- referred to her department by I'm' not saying that' happened this The oxygen level In a pond is &ZEE--
star weije the objects of the telephone mediate return to custody Nelson the county clerk's office. time but If It had I wouldn t be too sur- always lowest at daybreak. So an Inspection -
query. illsborough County Sheriffs was transferred to Chattahoochee'sRiver "We got a call here asking If we had prised"she said. should be made each morn..
office's ere on the trail of Reginald Junction facility on January 9, processed Reginald Nelson in Ing at daybreak If a or 3 successive
(Ricky) elson alias Richard Boone. 1980. Hlllsborough County, however. January but the caller wouldn't Iden- Hillsborough Sheriff's'investigatorR. .days of hot, windless cloudy weatherhas .
who ma have been connected with a wasn't through with him yet. During tify himself, other than to say he was Aguilar said he didn't ."know occurred.
Tampa ay-area stolen auto and property the> next five.months legal action with the .Hillsborough County anything about,.Nelson' or Boone or' When Inspecting the pond, you
ring) according to Hillsborough began against a band Tampa-area Sheriff's office. He told us eight war whatever his name is; According to should look for these Indicators of low
..; probation officer Fred Vasconl. "hot goods" handlers and while rants were outstanding on Nelson but Fred Vasconl. Aguilar Isn't usually oxygen: (1) Fish swimming on the
Nelsoi{ had once earned mandatory Nelson sat in his cell, 70 members of we never found out exactly what the involved In cases like Nelson's. surface or i (2) A change In
conditional release (M.C.R.) from the Gulfstream One band were ar charges were" she said. However neither Aguilar nor Vnsconlcouldsuggest 'the color of the water. 13) A musty or 0
prison bt In Vasconi's estimation "it rested. Further Investigations involving Whitehead then checked with ad- the source of the Initial foul odor. And if you have been
was inevitable that he'd be back." federal, state and several ministrators at River Junction and Inquiry when interviewed July U. feeding your fish regularly, 14) the =1P TMrees rue *p A

I fish going off feed. ? MfcfcTIM hvfx-.ICr'L S4V,
'
If your fish begin to Hhow sigilli of you CAN Mt Lr a'x't- ikINC,9> opT
'distress, corrective measures should pv .ALUMS A BKBAkr ..AUPANNOUNCING
: I Salt Water Intrusion is Growing Problem for ,StatGAIN :e .be taken, otherwise, many fish may L'sFVMO Kerre--MMENr4,


SVILLE'.Florlda'a pro problem there. Christensen said.. foot you will raise the Interface bet- ground and recharging aquifers, he
' blems With saltwater Intrusion may Saltwater Intrusion occurs when ween the freshwater and the said,causing much of the water to run
make Herder a necessity daily sea water enters Florida aquifers saltwater 40 feet." off Into the sea. Seaside emmls also
showers! a luxury and swimming which supply the state's fresh water. The saltwater forms a "finger" raise the interface."As .
pools out of the question,a UniversityOf the state aquifers are creeping up Into the freshwater below we are paving more mid more OPENING
e Flora a engineer warns, recharged by the natural process of the well and salt molecules and of Florida, we are sending more and. OF
"Florida has plenty of groundwater percolation-the filtering of rainwater chloride Ions diffuse into surrounding more water directly Into the ocean In.
," said Dr. Bent Christensen aUF through the ground. The freshwater Is freshwater, he said. stead of letting it percolate Into the
civil engineering professor and trapped under the surface borderedby The parking lots and highways that aquifer," Christensen Mind. saltwater intrusion expert. '"That'snot saltwater forming a "lens." go along with development are blocking -' Christensen began u project curly x
the 'roblem. But the water Is But Increased development of. aTnwWrfrm 'enejg- &h-w this year to Identify arms of 'the njat + < Aum 1p, ,,.
,coastal areas is cutting off,the supplyICY.of { ; voles rable to saltwater'intrusion'' '.' liq ... ...... ,.
right hef In<"ewtfldoMhe! enln-\ ........ JYJ .IIJ L. l ..I ..lry(1Ng1'/MY/11 IrYH Y NIYYM. ." .
'. sale, in h.C rernnrVfl anv sand i WeAtee.iaaquifees..andwell-digging: < :
flows by" the coast. can have dramatic effects on the level
"But that's where ick it up- of the saltwater-freshwater interface, We Want To BeY.ourltalian Store bear Pill
that's where the freshwater lens is the Christensen said. SONW Y ,
thinnest.' "That Interface Is normally
Because about 7S percent of the stable," he said. "But when man FEEIP1ZZI
state's population lives along the comes in,that interface may move. If
coast saltwater intrusion is a serious you lower the groundwater table one Ra 2I' Q

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II ObituariesMrs. LITTLE With ITALY"This Coupon' REST.! 1 I'' I In Lake Butler



Vera I I*.Oliver with the lorida Gas for 14 years:; was 30 Starke
Mrs.'Vera L. Oliver,'age '71, died'in a member of the Union County School 964-6877 Offer. Good Thru 8/13/80 AUG.' '28th
the Bradford Courtly Hospital Sunday Board for 18 years; owned and
evening following an apparent heart operated his farm in Union County JOIN Date \",
OUR MUG: CLUB Approx.Opening
attack. and was a member and Deacon of the ?
.Mrs. Oliver lived \In Keystone Harmony Freewill Baptist Church of
Heights, moving therein March 1979 .Lake Butler. FREE FOOD FREE. PRIZE 485 West Main St.
from Hampton liar parents were the Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. -
late William, T. 'Saxon & Lenora Marie Hilton Dukes, "Lake Butler; his DRINK AT DISCOUNT'' PRICE Formerly Wishbone Fried Chicken
Prevail. She was a member of the. mother, Mrs. Nita G. Dukes, take
Friendship Bible Church.! Keystone. Buller; one daughter, Mrs. Jeanne "Mug Club" Members This Week
Survivors include: her',husband,. Davis Jacksonville: two sons,. Ray -
Joe B. Oliver; two daughters, Mrs.: and Michael Dukes, both of take ]
Jo-Ann Grhron. Ft. Lauderdale and Butler and four gnui.children.( / Off ANY MEAL Your Choice Eat-momy!
Mr Joyce Collins,' Hampton: 7 Funeral service were held Saturday Want to know the best
Ifriindchilrfrcnindj..great,jjrandI ,' ..August-. In the Harmony-
I children Freewill Baptist Church with Rev. to "
reason buys
; Funeral services were' held Earl Langley officiating. Burial ,
i Wednesday. Aug. 6. in (the Friendship fallowed In Blzey!: Chapel Cemetery. = VICTOR from the Office
I (Bible Church with Kcv. Ralph K.!: Godwin Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler'
I officiating. Interment was In was in charge of arrangements.Mrs. FLORIDA THEATRE Shop?
I Keystone Heights Cemetery under
I the direction of DeWitt C. Jones Starke -964-5451
1.'uneraillome. Because when your
Elzie Braun
Mrs. Elsie Braun 79,of take Duller! Friday thru Tuesday ev ice'' machine breaks down,

Donald G. I Dukes died Thursday. in a Mncclenny ,
Donald G. Dukes, 55. of'take Hospital. we'll give you a leaner
Duller, Fla.. died Thursday morning 'The funeral, was held Friday mornIng ..
:,: at his home after an apparent heart at UlO: a.m. at the graveside in ... ..iiI' .... .SHOWTIMES,
Dekle Cemetery. Archer Funeral
ajtack. ","t J ;
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Mr. Dukes was a lifelong resident of Home of take Butler was in charge of F. > 'IJ. Fri-; 7:009:30: MODEL 100i

: Union County, had been employed arrangements. : Ii \ ., :. :

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'. ;' "" .,. JACK NICHOLSON &UEY DIMll "' ',,,.,* *:' '-'"'*',v \ !.....minimizes. operatorerror.

'' "'..,;. : :We build log : 'Il.f' tlres."add'ing machine": .logic .
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trailers d'CdUP' 301
.! manta o l; ; .r.. I. :t: :: ., ., stoat and easy changes .'

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CARS
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HELP YARD SALE
HOMES WANTED RENT FOR RENT .
WANTED TRUCKS. : .
SERVICES FOR SALE :.MIMOSA MANOR MOMLRHOME PALMS APARTMENTS. Furnished 'VARO SALEi,Friday & Saturday
, OOOP rtlCE, $PAID'for used .WANTED Class tings, wed
, mobile homes efficiencies and I
PARK CUTkASSlSupreme.
*until.Fumllur.oul.lid. 174 OlOS
bands, cuff links, wot- Needs IPN
mobile) homes H mortgage ding and for rent. .Phone) BR ..., weekly or mon NURSINO HOME and Full ,A/C.
ILL'S SAWSNOPl Complete II I 16 WEST at N.W. 54th Is 3/4 paid or more CHIN chee, A-Z Pawn 144 W. spaces op. for 4-12 shift. Full or Port equipment power
service, clr- '468-2912 TFchg thly. NEW FURNISHED householdmerchandise. tires. $1800 er bet offer.
sharpening Street. 3 BR-2 BothFIreplaceoe Call St., 964B348. 7/31 time. Phone 964.6220. 6/9 assortment ol new
MOBILE HOME SALES. '
color liand carbide, Iowa. 3tchg ./1.. COOKING ROOMSt with air STUDIOS monthly only. .. 611 W. Must sell,. : 7075
blade hollow 964.5606. Open 7 days conditioning and T.V. Very 2313 N. Temple, Stark. tfnchg.HOMEWORKERS S 7/24 tnctta
chain. mower $120000 down & payment weekly. TFchg WANTIDiTO RENT: Room In wanted to Weldan across from Vo- altar p m.
ground and balanced.iav lor ((3 reasonable, by week or TFchg 8/7 178 FORD PINTO- A/T.
under $27500 mo. WANTED Mobile home axles nice' home temporarily Underwood Mot.l.a.5 KITCHENETTES One IIIopar.men" lace leather goods alhome. Tech. 964 6036. Itpd.
L at Jackson Building buyer Call Bob Will mo) 30 yr. male tronsferr- month. Earn $15000 per YARD SAlli 72 Dodge A/C P/S Calr 964-S3IS.
Supply, Stork or KoystonoMil qualified and tires. pick up.OLINS miles north of Starke pool W. AC. 7/31 2tpd./7' .- lot.( .
needs ,
Harris er come by Affordable MOBILE HOME Ing to area room Phone utilities Included. Totally week. No experienceneeded. Pickup Cars, motorcycles
US301. Cab
I TFchgALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSl Homes, 327 W. Call SALES. 964.5406. Open 7 until homo Is ready good on 964-7164 S/IS TFchg furnished. Weekly mon Send $1.00 bicycles, tools,, dishes, 178 FORD, IUPE-Automatic.:
39O.
Truck
St. Stark*.7/31 Stchg 814.OME days a week. TFchg references. ::175.7921Goln..lII. MINI STORAGE UNITS thly rates. TEMPLE MOTEL, (refundable) and a long electric' stove, misc. 301 2.000.. 96..83..t >Y7
Phono 964-9148 or 9647619. FOt LARGE PAMUV4IR. CASH FO* COINS Cold after S p.m. available In Keystone Hts. 880 N. Temple A".., stamped selfaddressedenvelope North turn left on NW 29thAve. Itchg. ,-1
TFchg 2 bath.fireplacelargoKre silver, sterling, dental 8/7 3tpd 1/2.1. $10 and up. Phone Starke. Phone 964-7397. to: Bell Enterprises .. 964-6743 Thurs.-Sun. '73: 4 cyl. FOR*' Station-
RIMOOELINO. UILDINO lot-call for details- gold.' GF scrap(ewelry optical 473-3193. TFchg B. 9/20 TFcha. 423 N. Etplna. Los 8/7. Itpd runs .a..od.rgoodtires.
.EPAIRSl. Now kitchens, cheaper than rent. Call frames, etc. J.R. Bull- FOR RENT MOIILE HOME BR furnished I BR UNFURNISHED HOUSEl Crucas, NM 88001. 7/31' YARD SALEt Friday and wagon., no rvsM! gleat
baths, family rooms.Brick M4.5533 for location and Ington 964-6250 TFchg. garden space. Adults $130. leI and last. No pets. Stchg 814SECRETARIAL Assistant Saturday, August 8 and mileage, S00# 'Call

block caner.I.. Fireplace Financing arrangements.Mfordoble WANTED Colt 11..0'Old''..Smith.. A-Z Wesson Pawn t 811 HOUSEl for ....,. $130. 'or couple w/2 ..mallchildr.n. 964.3577. Itchg 8/7. needed for phone, receptionist from 94 on Gelger Road 964-75O9. 8/7 tnchg.J!
specialists. Grlffls Conitruction Homes. 7/31 '' Itt and last. 964-5982.4/7 $50. deposit. No I SMALL FURNISHED 1 BR office near Soulhslde School '7S MERCURY COMET4 6 cyl..
Call St. 964 8348 general personnel.
144 W.
Phone 4732106or Itchg i/14. Itchg. utilities furnished. NO guest house, single' only. Call US.: Solar' Clothes and household auto., PS air. todta.SI79O.
8/14
.73-2571. TFchg 7/31 3tehg PETS. 782327. 8/7 Itchg. $150. let and last no pets. Carp. 468-1SI7. 7/31 2tchg It.m.7 I Itpd.OARAOI 9647357. 8/7 2tpd 8X11.
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SIWINO MACHINISHCPAIRIDi 964-5577. 8/7 I tchg.fFOrmfQl 8/7. & GREENHOUSE '73 LUXURY PorMloc LeMana

All makes WAITRESSES NEEDED. Musibe SAlEi August 9. Saturday. auto air $1295. 964,7.183.
cleaned ailed and adlulled. clean' neat, mature, Community Garage Sale InBrook. 8/7 Itchg. .
$10. Work experienced and professional. ... Stereo console' .' i

Strickland guaranteed.corner Morgan James ( an\ lL@: IHIOm
Rd and Hwy 16 TFchg on 301. 8/7 "Itchg Galore: 10" hanging
BRADFORD SEPTIC! TANK "A Locally Owned Company, WATCH 'YOU* SOAP baskets, as .low as $4.00each. HAVE A HIGHLY.profilobla;
SERVICE! Pump-outs. OPIRA be home when the Call 489-1058 for and beautiful Jean Shop of
Residential commercial kids home, still have awn. Featuring the)

and. Phone industrial.964.Fully 8121.llcensed TFchg- ,327 W. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. -' P.O. BOX 412 964-5533 $79 of each'$100 get week extra I at Interested tha end more Itchg. Information. 8/7 and lour In J.Sportswear...".. Denlne

KilNS TIll SURGEON ?? CHARITY FOR JIKHY'S KIDSl $14.500.00 Include! beginning
Apply
473-3133 In knowing more .
Trimming rtmoval. 14 yrs.experience. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLU. 8 a m.-tllT Saturday Au, fixtures
In person or by phone to Inventory
53 ft.bucket. and
Have cerwash garage
the Romada Inn, I-7S and training. You may
Free estimate*. sale. All proceeds to go to have In
Newberry Rood, your 'or.op.n asiHtle
Phone 7833733. TFchg NEW HOMES Gainesville, Room 101, Muicular Dystrophy. In. as IS do".. Call any
5/29 Phone 376-1692 on Monday parking lot of Handy Weyen 'time for Mr. Wllkerson.
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS. Factory Sft MS lawtey. All 8/7 ,
Aug 11 from*a m. 214631-4022. Itchg
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trained mechanics.US 6 p.m.7 Itchg donations greatly appreciated.
.3OI South. 9644020. School Starts NATIONAL ADVERTISE* ./7 Itpd.
5/29 TFchg 5.1001l1l11l"INO. SERVICES 9 Move In Bwfor NIEDI DEPENDABLE. PEOPLE YARD SALE! Thursday thru BOATS ,
to handle and processbulk Saturday, August 7 thru 9SI .
In all
years experience mall at home. No experience 7 North Oranga Street. 16' TRI-HULL FIBIRCIASI.
taxes and
phases Including I
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government forms. nllC."o"" Age 8/7 Itpd Boat wIlD hp Mercury I
no barrier* Start Immediately.
473.7075 ofttr 5 P.M. 7/3 motor and Color Trailer
No gimmicks.For YARD SAlEl Saturday. Aug .
Call D.F. Reddish),
tfchg application' 9. 872 lee St Turn south ol.
DIVOIC'-ltS for Information send name, Home. 964.525... 9647910 7/17 TFFC.I .
Attorney s fees for Unconteited Special Financing address, phone, and S3 Nursing 8/7 Itpd. FT.GLAST RON BOATt 229hp.
Divorces range (refundable) for processIng V-hull Vinyl top and :
from S95,S29S: Step parent to': Regional Manager many deluxe accessorlea' i
Adoption Fee $250.: Nome National Mall OrdarAssociates. Just like navwl Call
Change Fee $75. Jack Nettles Postal Unit Gainesville 376.3619. TFM
Attorney 14 E. Univ. Depf. of Correction Employees 1502 Galesburg' Illinois

Ave.. Gainesville.3757001. 61401. 8/7 2tchg ./1...
7/17 inTYPEWRITERS CLERICAL PART OR\ PULL
AND ADDING
TIMI opportunity from
cleaned and .
MACHINES
serviced. Phone 964.69O2 7/31, Register for Door Prizes. No home experience working with required mall DOZER WORK
next to Telegraph. For Information send
3lpd 8/14 .addressedenvelope.
self
Will KEEP. CHILDREN In my See Model Homes on NW 54 Street. SR 16 stamped DYN-NAR 450 550. D-7 Size
home S week.
days a
ENTERPRISE P.O Box 36.
464.6974. 7/31 2tchg 87THORNTON
New Brunswick N.J.
have fill dirt'S LAND and top FIlLi soil.We 4 miles West of 301 toward Raiford, follow Signs to Homes. CHARGE 08903 ./7 RN.6tchg excellent 9/11. fJJlr> 'ROADSPONDSLAHD

Call 9645961 7/31 2tpd
salary and benefits withfI.lClbl.lt
8/7 ll1.and lime off. :CLEARING"

AUCTION welcome.HOUSEl Every Con'signments :;. Th''r" :Challenging. opportunity DifCHIfJG' .t
With chance for advance
}. Friday night. 964.8527. ./7 ;" -1 .. ment. Contact Director ofNurses

4tchg 828PROFESSIONAL. Bradford County LlMERO K
FILL
mildew removing painting Small& Our Mortgage Broker Homes Hospital. 964.6000. Equal -
8/7
hauling and small add Opportunity Itchg. Employer. Septic Tank Installations
jobs. 964.3433. 8/7 Zichg
OFFICE GIRLt to work In professional
814EXPERIENCED. M/s Sharon Franklin
office. Write. Office
HOUSIPAINTERl ,
reaionoble. Interior To See Girl. P.O. Drawer A. CALL: CARDIN BROS.
Slarke, Fla. 32091 Enclosephone
and exterior, free
Tucker Bros. Jacksonville number 8/7 Itpd
estimate. 468.2893 after 6 964-6750
p m 8/7 Jtpd a/14

LADY or 5 WANTS do"... 9646716 DAY WORKl 872tpd814 4 Fla. will be here Sat 1 to 1 acre Ranchette AUTO FURNITURE BOAT


with other AuctionJHouse YAM'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP

,.--H tleJSRVICS:---'" 5 p.m. at our Model I Homes. lots available 4 Miles' South Of,Starke Off 301

?5 Years Expnrinnca!

Special Financing. WE WILL BE CLOSED
Consignments
Low
4734340Of Payments as UNTIL SEPT. 1


173-4252 They can tell You as $25500 mo. Welcome Appointment At Your Convenience, I

Every Friday Phone 9648428U.

Electric Repairs Appliances Of Major I if You Qualify. Down Payments Might >NOytcg

Serving Bradford 8 Clsy' i ousliojr Bradford
Count"B. .
under $1500
/ 964-8527 <.%Mif "V
Lawrence Slvd' Keyatona Mini Storage
"*I4T I Iio

1 Mile South '

MOBILE HOME Register for Door Prize Which will be Given Away of Starke on 301: AMI* RENTING NOW


INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
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12 Noon Sat., Sept. 6th I ..
POLICIES

REASONABLE AT RATES at the Ground Breaking of Our New Home Office Bldg., BlrUIPM H'S 9645534ROL Well
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OlTn' "MohileHome PEST CON SERVICES Drilling!
$ Orange Street & Madison. 10 Different Gifts for the Home. .... ''- "...
Sales .1\0.,11.. The M.ste r. K///er. ?, *I. ;.: 'f hru eoo

Mut QUOTES .anAeV ''or !Positive OermiSoeciHl 'Roech i Control al.'D''a' Fast Rotary

Phone 964,5606 Senior, Cili,in Bines'' VES" Drilling Equipment\ ,
You can Register at one of Our Model Homes N thing to Buy.
: '
Elaine M Olm AgentYWVSArVVVVVVVVWi ......SIA.TUCENSEONew _.
jJfPAIR! !1..i..5 !! b..s...
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THE SHUTTERBUC ; DAHMIe84.192J :RS DISCOUNT '& Used


Wedding; See What Your No. 1 1126: Call Si,Se/i. anol Service Sales.PartsServiceSlarke

Portraits ...............'.?..Term........ ....--.

.AI1II\'rsarit's! Home Builder is doing SPE, :IAL Plumbing

440 EW Mad.ion SISlarke HOUSES-PRE: SURE CLEANED *M..M.M.M .* ........ .. .
New 'Installation
964.7030 or 054 U9 ANDP MINTED '

JoeSapplake MOBILE. HOMES P ESSURE! CLEANED ....Remodeling. .'.C, .Repairs. _

of Our Models be Seen 'ANDKOO .COATEDIO
Some can .a.
r .n. J'
.., I FRISSUIECLIANIXTIEMOVE I *OF YOU*HOME .

Geneva DAMAGING MILDI IW. BUGS AND STAINS, ITC.Uiuolly PUMP
) 3. Lake Chemlcel Cleenlng Cenf Seve You Pam An ,
Simpson
limit4Wfl. (.nit 1.Bessent Road 2. Keystone Club Estates '
I ipenilve Feint. Job And i\id Veers Te Your bl.tln, &
Uo l H-lifl I for IH-Kr Feint.
1ICI.| I Trail-
Ct.I niiiiiiiiuni huildini\ near end of Golf Club entrance Road ,' Deerfoot Free Ettlmefr t en Ceatlne, SUPPLY

ni Hr.ulfurHCounlNScivot '. COMPANY864N7
i/e Follow Sign' ,
Paved Road .' SPEC IALU ,..... ..
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from '301 I'
to Site. '
IV.ON : .. ANV SIZE HOME" I
PRESSl CLEANED $34.o8 ,
'. We Want to Build For-:You.- '. Ave.
Temple
M ALTON. ANY SIZE MOBILE HOMI FOR S24.MT44896l i

Starke I I.1.
-35e-sS4tl4ltr: *. 964-5533':.. ., : .CAll ..--............ Fla. ..... I
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.: ...> < .lJ \ Union County Ads- ..))1.. J I Area Ads


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"'PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR SALE sOPWCE : :. FOR SALE WANTED. CARS ftTRUCKS YARD SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE
: -SERVICES
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:;,_ It J SERVICES SCHOOL'tuil.' MNGIRFuturaona ONI ACM' OH MORItfo 'THREE PAMILr VARO $Ali- MlOrO W AVI OVINrouchmatlc TWO ACRES mar SR-IOO

:i:Wwiii MADE AND of linger' mobile homo with wall and Friday Saturday and Sunday 1 1980 modal with near Keystone Heights.'
,.. 1 8R. ONE BATH. LIt. kit.
.n. OlFTSiSeo Union .
DIRAPGRIBS&Froweationotoo. AUCTION HOUSE Canslgnmeors M0n- finest modl Dan It all optic tank. In Lake Butler' chen, V covered dock.Call August 8. and 10. moat probe, variable. 8300 down 166.... par

Local welcome ivory -= "TZ=-30 without attachment or Washington Spring .".6715 after 6 Immokole' Mood and Andrew power sortings, etc. Full month. Phone 473-4058 or
distributor* for eomplatelywosnoSle Friday' nlaht., %..a527.1/f day : a.m. Mepoeod. Originally 0'... Call 7527418anytime. p.m.weekdays Road V a.m. ta 9 factory warranty Loft In 473-437 offer 6 p.m.
nationally to 9 t p.m.. Wednesdayctoiod old for over $500. Pay off .. anytimeweekends. ,tfnchg" 9/4
4tchg 8/28. ... .7/318/7. .8/7 8/14. p..... 1..lIan.ou.hou..hold / layaway Assumopayment
advertised GardsetteDraperies. Thursday and .Frl balance duo, $141 can of DONATIONS OP PLAYGROUND 2tpd Items, tool. of '''.20 par LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE.

_ laW Enterprises. FAWN'day 8:30 a.m. till noon. .assume payment of IQUIP.lto,.. HOUSE FOR SALE:you move, free or. dinette _;Ironar month. White Sawing and Keystone Height owner

Ed or LemaSteptmn HELP KM SAUtHS ocros. 12.60 par month. Whlto ........: .... pleirpolons.aft. remodeled mall frame and clothing.. Itchg 8/7 Appliance Canter 3977, financed )0 percent In.
:' ': *. 496-2219. part postuw IW.Pan- Sawing Cantor 3537 S.W. Any Item suitable for homo, two bedroom control S.W. Archar Road Archer t...... Lot on clear, and

'. _- B/I/BOTFN. WANTEDHOAAIWORKBRS tlmbar'land. Mood frontoga Archer Mood Archer child .car center olio heat/air' carpeted Square flora Gainesville. battomvd lake, priced to"it

'. H JKASONASUb Small trees two Bide, Providence' Square "Plaza Gainesville.. nood,good rang*. equipped kitchen' $11.000. 376-4466. tfnchg 8/7 from $9.000. One to :

3 H land "limb cut or trimmed. community. Contact, Mr*. 376-4466. nchg 8/7 0 Pick up = Call 96399J02tchg: 7/24. LOSTFOUNDBWAIIDi SINOIREutura live acre_rloo"lnglok. I

Reasonable, rate Call WANTKhta loco laathor Do..." 4541154. High MlCItOWAVIOVIH 496-2720 or Anno 376-531. 7/31. F' .-ono of Singer1 (access available) with

. ,Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. goods at ......... Earn tISO Springs. Florida., 4tchg ,Touchmatla I960 modal with, 'Itcha 8/7. tor return 'of finest model Do** It all nice troe from $3.900. I

'. ::1/.-tFH; par -'<. No Experienceneeded. 7/17 7/24 7/31 8/7. moat probe, variable. Wt PAY TOP DOLLAR FOR "Splffy., Small boy heart without attachment $500 down. $50 a month. '

, JMWPOsar COMMERCIAL land $1 BULOmaSMAII steel door ,.- aottIntP.. ate. Full' AIUMINIUMicoppr.radiator HOMES FOR sick. Loot 8:90 p.m July 28 Rapossasad. Originally Commercial frontage-.

a .1X'rIItMINA1INO COa Sorviong41ow (refundable) and a long span building Our lowoit ,factory warranty. Loft 'In battery 490 SALE at Jiffy Store In KM. Small old for over MOO. Pay off Investment opportunity I

. so bu.,..... In. stomped envelope to Boll price In over two,...*. Ex. layaway. Aumapaymant 8W Sth St., Lotto Butlor. black. brown and white balance duo 8141 cash or SR-21N. Ownr-solasman j

1 !UnkMV! Bradford Cot...... ntorprlso, 433 N. Eiplna amploill 3Ox4xir for of $19.20 par Phone 494-2773 4tpd 171 DATSUN PKK-UPlwIth terrier, typo Toll curl over assume paymant of 473-4375.: tfnchjg 7/3

Courmes..496.."986 Cat.led. Lot Cruces. N.M. 89001." 83,993. 40'H72'xl4' for month. White' Sawing' and 9/7-7/28. back. Phone 479-1386 or $1260 par month. Whit AKC DO8IRMAN PUPS- \
and built In tool
,. 3tchg 7/319/7 8/14. ".072. 48'x72'xl4' for Appliance Center 3537 topper 473-2284. Itpd 8/7 1
7/3 TFN CHO. boxe Good condition. Sawing Cantor. 3527 S.W. Beautiful litter of six. Fro
ojtAIIAOI.O..NMOUIl (6.904. 60'xl25'xl6' far S.W. Archer Road. Archer FAMILY WANTS TO MNTior *
I NEED EXPERIENCED Archer Read Archer obedience lesson. Sire
woman $873. CalU9-2724.
t 10.037. Call toll froo to- Squora PI..... Gainesville. take option tb buy 2 or 3 Itchg I
and darn from
iSAUbSot.. Aug. .. Community for Thursday or Friday" to 7/8. Square 1'1.... Galnoevlll
I day for price> guoranffvvv. 376-4466 .n boa homo In tho LakautlorWorthlnaton WANTEDKOOMMATI
garage ala InBrooker do housekeeping In Hampton t-800-848-1570. tfnchg eon 376-4466. tfnchg" S7OURYEAROLD WACHEMEISTf DOBERMAN J
; Fl. Stereo can. Lako aroa. MuM have 7/24 7/31 IIIPOIIUIIDColor Spring YAMAHA Phone 473.7 1". Ifnchg 7/3 '

sol*,'.'.%mltv... Bowing) transportation. 964-679O. 117 3tch TV. 25" Zenith modal. oroa. ISanyHmo. INSURANCE WANTIDfamala. clarinet with ..... In good BUI1DINOSIII All st.elclearspan [
POODLB PUPPIES three Walnut flnlih. Under. 2tchg 7317.. Own BR In a-raom
machine bicycle, etc.PlooliftildloreSpiderplonto. 8/7 Itehg. warranty. condition. 9250. Phone building Our
darling little, poodla pup- Pay, off balance duo MAINE INSURANCE AOf NCYi haute. Lakefront on Laka 6592116. I tcho ./7 lowest price In ovar two
for sale.. S35 each '17 .6 cash or 160 S. take Ave. Latin Hutchison. 8125 ..month
for 10" hanging baskets $4 plan *& / ,.or.. Examples) I I30'x48'x)2'
'each Call 489-1098 for FOR RENT contact Elliabath Andrew payments. of (19 'Per/ YARD SALE, Butler.6-3978.. CompleteIriurance 1/3 utilities flrat-latt plus PERSONALSERVICES for 93.992: !'

more 'Information.Itcha '. Mann ana mile north of month. White Sawing. and Sarvlca. TFN acurlty. Many prlvlleoa 0'.72'.14' for S6.072,

,87.IXraiWNCiO.. I FARMLAND or 7 aero at Lake Butler on SR 121.ltchgT31. Appliance Cantor 3537 $ MOVINO SALIiFumlturo Phone 473-3110 from S.I I 48>x72'.14' for $6.9046OIx125'x16 :

Lake Butler. Call Frank S.W. Archer Road Archer tool, clothing, household p.m. 4tchg 7/244/14 : > for '$16.057
"' MOTHER 496-3247 AKC RAGISTEREDoBlackLabrador Square Plena Gainesville. ORTNO' DOC WHEELCHAIR. CI :APINTIR WORKI
Inp. Itchg Call toll free today for
_.want*, ta babysit. In her 7/31.. ..t......,. -,_ 376-4466. tfnchg 8/7 typoWrItor.7m,7.j! .: ClassifiedAds I with elevating' foot Remodeling work, kitchen price guarantee

homo. Will keep any age WOtHI HOMfl 2 bodroonvlbath. old .......... Vary friendly- .al, to I Get I removable tide, Rent or cabinet and trim 1-800-848-1970 tit 8 p.m.

; 'Mandej.Friday. Janice On 1/2 ocro of land. noocIa room to run. ISO. church of Now Rlvor. .brtdg* I lea**. 473-4290 Itchg ./7 carpenter. Reasonable Stchg 7/24-8/7
'1 NOS...- S.W. lot Terr.locevolrolTrallsor '' MIND CARPOOl from Cran- prices. Call Ed Dam,..,, at
. Highway 18 Breokor lid Call Tony 431-1114. 2tpd. on Sft 100. Look for .'lQn.. Results SAND BOTTOM LAKE LOT
473-2477. tfnchg 7/3
Park. Bon din to SJRCC AugutDecember.
1 ,
I No kid or pott. 496-2308. FrldaySotordaySiinday.Itchg near Hwy. 100. Hlllcr.s
I.i.I..II7.. If 'Interested ofphone UCOHOUC ANONYMOUS
.. ttchg 8/7. 7/8. take east of KeystoneHeights.
Man Closed meetings Monday 4
by Aug. 22. $900 dawn
Open .meetings. Frl'
6W-J1I6. Itchg 8/7 p.m.
month. Phone
day 8 p..... Alanan Monday $131.66 per


: ":.: YOU, MAY HAVE MISSED THESE CARS ftTRUCKS 8 Educational p.m.p.m.All Alateen Building mooting Monday Communlty In 7- CEOARt 473-4367.alter grada--32 1x6 6 4tchg p.m.. rough eight-foot 7/17..17'4734058 cut, best


Church. tfnchg: 7/3.'
P RISSURI CLIAMINO. PAiNonNO board, 8 ton-foot boards,

; GREAT! OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST"UNDAWS HEIPI. 1977 Dodge van for Phone and 473-2477.wallpapering tfnchg 27$330.twelve-foot 475-1310.boards.4tchg

C sale, A/C now tire*. AM 7/10 7/24-8/14

radio asking 12. OO. II ICURITV SYSTIMS-OO IT REPOSSESSEDColor
473-7013. Itchg ./7 TV, 25"Zenith console
YOURSELF AND
'AVIf You
GAINE215"Va"'ILLE SUNCLASSIFIED can Install awn, model. Walnut finish.
your
-r:
:
: : security system and *ova.Wa balance Under warranty.duo $174.60 Pay cash off
handle over 100 security
FOR RENT devices, Export or assume payments of SI9,
: J SECTION. : assistance or Installation par month.' White Sewingand
Appliance Center
LOVELY MOM near, available./ Satisfaction ,
.. 3527 I.W. Archer Road. Ar
,
1/'" ,
Keystone Height. Three guaranteed. Hill. Security
>'; >, '0 big bedroom, 28A System 473-3949. 9tpd char Square. Plata.Gainesville. .
376.4.66.tfnehg .
: fireplace. CHI A, access to 7/31-8/28

: .:: ; Tho Sun's Classified section ,lake. tennis court IdSj UCTION, HOUSli Consignments 07FISHING
Shop BOAT MOTOR.
month, first and last. wctcomo Every TRAILER and
Owner/av.at. 479-1678.' Friday night. 964.1527.7 trolling
motor. $990 473-3757.
.. tfnchg 7/3 4tchg 8/28. 2tpd 7/3 I-./7

day for shopping values. ___U

H'.i very great Starke Classifieds I




( "-''N. Family_..-
: ... experience pr. HOMES FOR SALEM FOR SALE
Clood Pav 411 : _'" Doot P.i." Sun
3701 '''', 'vlllo' .flMaoa, FOR SALE FOUNDATIONpiers
: CONCRETE
LADY TO Live In .. CHAIN LINK FENCE
STUDIO fttimhlno
2 rolls of 15* felt;
"; '- ot rlv' cauol' Not Con'''. 1* hr.. work. ; :
material, Do
\ '.. "-.t. board A_. able to work Tt_. IAKEVIEW SUBDIVISION. assortment of nalf. It. yourself
u .... .......* A Sotwrdov. .... .. ;alcI ).QJIi! Aio'_ .9l1.q tl on
avaVylREGISTERED '
a n : Auo trt .l-Spwi.-' ."_.-ava<>abra* -+e4.88 -1. : ,
available.
ao2m'"IV., ".u gmpiovor BulF4 Free estimates.
I Pick color 3 BRAHMA
JOB GJIf) PIIUSI1t! < Net An nooloWnlent AO.MV rlonc. -'v'-' '
In .
964-8599.
: RMPI...:;,. f",1 ..1.W .... CHOSK CL. : MWT .. Full lake access to Hinton Jackson. Rt. 3,' Box TFchg L.WATSOWS
.,..,;. ,,o- far Information location for JottMln' .ol7t4M. ... HOUSI OF'
: Bedford' La..... Low $40's.Low 412. Stark 8/7 2'pd1.
collar too by JOO OUIOB lay
: :: :
mr" 3NeXs9 :: VACUUMS brandsof
..w..u".".37"29r.. JOBS JOB* BULL DOO PUPPIESt Many
If
Interest qualify.
't.0.. __. PubiitMna Co you
..... :: Vf have timo o"W'-: Contact Stevenson Construction Plt/Engliih Cress, 8 wks now vacuums. Used
for group Physician -,... Sond1roumo ,.m ofloncod C_ d of woitina tlmo and machines avollobla. Parts
AtfOlv In for worhr Tiled' of Co. Phone old tails docked. Big
to
: sun
Drcwor A. 00''DePtilIP1674.: AtaCollum .. oh Placement, fee hoods broad chest. Wormad and accessories for oilvacuum
,
.5086.
1MHNE23AV*. r ....fee 9/15TFchg.
'''0qC/ OUIO"...,...". MO8ILB HOMES Why and healthy. $50. Call systams. 404 NW
pay 10th ,A..... Gainesville.
., weekend'
more? Buy direct from the after 7 p.m. or
factory. Largo selection of 964.7727 Itchg." phone 3767110. TFchg

,. .. -_ '00 12'. 14' and double wldes WALKER HOUND Puppies. LIMEROCKl 20 yd. memo
-- loads only. ALLEN E.
trained for doer
Same
COMMUNITY MOBILE
I 0 'tiahOwseon.77.i.VMOUTH air.,, : K AMMANN' OHI A HOME SALES US 301 erne 18 weed* eld. TAYLOR lawtey. Phone

... c. .. PUlifeargine.\ : 964-826.1/7 Itchg ./1... 7823172. TFchg
< North. Open 9 ta dusk. 1 to
prri Student '.... Ktryllm UPRIGHT PIANOt Camplata
Phone GOOD COUCH two cuslans'
; 74 PONTIAC Co to, ..rm.- Ohio' 41...4. 6 on Sunday. I ly re-condltloned Inside'and ,
ownor. oMcotlont '.... Now point' white "' -8741. 6/5 TFN. now vinyl caver. $55. 1
ptl imooctlon. .. outslda. In good
very
intorior 72OO Call
ballf :: TWO BEDROOM bath con- 964.5362.7 Itpd. .
Offer 377-3100.
7. UICIC SKVLAHK Iffdoor.actionlohn'COf 4o>14>5 slow apri condition. SON or best offar. .
v. air crate block good flihlng. SLATE liD POOL Tablo' and
powor conditioned foorlna *, tamttitt T9 CAtMAMOr nil. .ut SUN' 910 WAOOM, .... Phana, ,964-6O56. 7/31 2tpd
:k:1.: : powor *, outomotlc. bo Write KARR, 202 River accessories.
.
&" M tl 37o-3O | Must Sell l loovlntj .M.OOOmi.,M't___. '/7.DOUILIWIDI.
3454, Studont. Drive, Dunnallon FI. 964-6768 alter 6. ./7 Itpd.
CADILLAC COUr.. IMO ..... Item, ,tpm-Sun I acre.-7 ...1.
Llko now. *lroml,.t luood CHBVV 32630. 7/3 lOtpd 9/4. CYPRESS LUMBERl Most anylia
ore I LA, : .
kriniftle
2410-11. 4
a d. of.OOO miro*. Factory worron- mlloaoo. I.= .ut ... South of Sta,.... $15000
available Including
condition
vory BY OWNER C.8. 3 BR 2 "
.. ,
Must 11,011 $5000 ort .tlck. porwar ntoorlno ontf < I .,*. twootl.tlo. 17S- ,Call O.C. Roberts. ...-1 204.
As'". t2311. 37y-oiOttwr 8/7 2tpd '/14.
,
.
1972 DODGE DART SWINGER f07.: 4> | .... Energy, efficient. Dining' .4'x4 'xB' $3.70: WILL TOPPER for
tiro 1 :: : long
4SOOO ;
0 -
It Sawdust
Most" V'xB'xS' $340.
"m/"m
.or. kitchan.
.cvll_. air. .__ room. Family
stares
1b opolo rod Vorv ... wheat base standard
.5
ml \00. ,
cap._ 374-40". Kovln. 173-0093/ :' ; ;l.m 4pm." Large workshop. Double' also available. Call ,

| carport. Close In. Quietstreet. Stephen Smith 4682624.Hampton pickup paneling and dome
..... /II and clearance lights, '.".
.." Tr_.. Largo cornor 8/7 tnchg.
lot. Paved streets and NEW AND USED FURNITUREand cellent condition, prica
: :$150. also two mud grip
driveway. 711 Lafayette. appliances. Porch
7
tires on new ISMS white
964.7624. 7/10 tfchgI rocker BARGAIN
1; r.'f: BM, CORNER. LOT good CENTER. US 301 South spoke. rims tires 2/3 rubber .

location. $33,00. unusual ...."". TFchg" price $110.00. Phone

Ow"U".L ..t.... 1320 Johns PLUMBING FIXTURES windows .. '6 .6163 ar evenings
CRESCENT .... 4 .... 2 both. Dr.y %..11734. 8/7 Itpd.
109 lord k. C.._.. on t "" .8811. 7/31 4tpel 8/21 doors, pipes plus
rtartttot Croncont' MITCHELL FISHING BOAT _
..r.. .had. trans in
at
other Item
;: 3,53160. oftor H' A..r..S..0' ._. 10,000 now
:9 swivel' seat 18 hp. Evln
CttOBft C**0.*(. MI,.__.... Bargain' Con.... US 301
::;1- wooootf lot. loo \ : t both c&c m wim. Classified Ads South, Starke. TFchg" motor-3l3ct. Pal foot con
:,.,... tfoctt Sao ion J/H .. hoot & olr. wail.to. brand trol trolling motor tilt
Yoorlrn wlour 80 HONOA-CM40OT.
......-...-. t\.b.: ... l ;&,:.._.. 50 mile to trailer all good condition
ASSUMAOLIS Bring Results now opprax. $1200. 964 6086 ./7
we -.v.r. "" NW. ..... thro- gallon. Comp. w/helmat Itpd
C"I It X M. 3 on 1%both, =.r'Io: J...Do : down Hytn pownsof AS .s-. and ralnsult. Na equity .. I BORELLI ENGLISH Saddle
.
condition. Now control hoot asor ooroo* .
with ,
stainless reel stirrups
bwOtMn vord Mid** MMlty., is".1964-1111115 after
unit Loom and Room 0AUTIFUL. IWO pay t, .
'
.n OKtrot.iTo-Fta by spot ontvMO built In 'Tr1 9 cor 3M"W LOSTFOUNDSMALL wb girth. ,Genuin-
8/7 "
olioS. SKYLINE IMM", 191% 2 SIR.be@ alloce..,* lorpo. lot. A.. : : ff 144 NW IAw..,.tor PIONEER p.m. INDAIH4Oc"C8. Itchg, ,",-, sheepskin saddle rod doubla .
.
a camor." hPirjaxr. Prorilo nn "Tooartlofc OJ G.. ban. Morton llyln, ft BLACK POODLIiWaarlng rein bridle. Ilka pew.S200 .
SQ Ft U&MO AM/FM Staraareceiver
.r. 2 so-Ch... Cartoon ol, stoorseq, ow"Got-Nw. ooou-.Obo 0%. ... pink. collar. : Phone '964 6621. Br 7
Sv ... ,In good condition.'
onearn. Must an hisvood. too.wenegotiable. 2 both, .. "MAlV"",. Cato
,
: .", ."2-33% (IMMIo HTOOO. cont hoot : ,- .Id ,...- .Name "Orphla" $".Do ;Call ....7008. ./7 Itpd. .Itpd.
SwUlaternto reward. Call 964-8089 days REPOSSESSED
POX B-PIECB LIVING ROOM
.. :
'. :-: ; I or 964-8127 night e. Itpd suite saddle neugahyda Color TV.':39 Zenith console

LOST Largo ladle shoulder' modal. Walnut finish,
with Oak ,trim, Contemporary
nn pulse at- W.nd, Under.,worron.,.. Pay off
end
chair. 2
. ., sofai
.. H found
Restaurant July balance due $174.60 cash

.. please return. to this ad- tables ottoman Also or assume payments of$19

C 1; rose. Rt. 2, Box" I046F.Tampa. Brayhlll 4 pe. bedroom par month. White Sewing
:0 r.: I Fla. 33610. '/? suite a chest ef drawer 1,, vortd ,Appliance Cantor

.. >.to ........., ....O.C.1iom _._. 2tpd E14.F storage, headboard platform 3927$.W.Archer Road. Ar-
_. .
.v '25.
'
XreWro..1 fW. : < : ; ,"" -actiOrMs. nover queenslie. feed with" char Square PlataGainesville. .
1 M. Sacrifice' "" : We 91171 oves .------..... Carta super firm mattress 371. .66.

:;oft PIMVCM 0000 CHIUO ad" used I F CLASSIFIED. AD> each sot$400.00 er$700.00' .tfnchg 8/7
hootr. fcont". .It...*. ciotno, (O-rt'. "
harrig.11025.Call.. auv..SCLC.TMADV I. Deadline) for InsertionTuecdey far ell. 964-730t: or MICROWAVE OVEN

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6 FSP EscapeesStill IIEADQUARTERSFOR -



ALL TOP

Out
Wednesday f"uus

BRAND APPLIANCES

Two Kenneth Wayne Davis,25,serving a ,
Inmates separate at Florida escapes State Involving Prison bas 10 25-year term for robbery from Dade
County In 1974. TVS! AND STEREOS.SOUTH'S
resulted In four Inmates -
and a tower officer fire recaptured accordinq Tony Dale Elmore, 28, serving two,
life sentences two consecutivefive
spokesman to Department vernon Bradford of Corrections with six year terms plus for second degree LARGEST SELECTION!

murder, burglary and
robbery
still at large Wednesday afternoon.
Grand Larceny from Polk
County
Records show the first
occurred
escape
with his term starting in 1977.
between 2 and
3:11
Tuesday Malcolm Leo ,45,
Scarborough
serving -
afternoon, August 5, and Involved six
sentences from six months to 35
Inmates,according to Bradford.They
from Marion
County on chargesof
after observed in the years
escaped being
assault, assault with intent to
I commit
exedrclse located south of
yard just
murder, of
possession
the Sallyport The inmates, a weapon
gate. according
by a state prisoner and possession of
to Bradford, cut through two
stolen
I, perimenter fences and escaped. Daniel property.M. Alcantaro, 48, serving
He pointed out that four inmates at-
two separate sentences from
tempted to after in the
escape being
Hillsborough County for robbery,
same exercise yard and were observed
and with Intent
breaking entering to
by tower officers trying to leave
through the same perimenter fences commit a misdemeanor-petty l
larceny. Alcantaro received one term
at 8:13: p.m. Officers fired shots at the
for 20 and another concurrentterm
years
inmates and two of them were recap-
for five
tured by prison personnel as they years.
were trying to leave. Harvey Michael McElroy, 44, servIng
sentences from Palm Beach and
Bradford identified those two In-
Brevard Counties. He is serving two
mates as Richard Lee Williams, 39,
I concurrent sentences for rob-
serving life for murder In the first 30-year
bery In each
degree from Dade County, and T.C. county.
Baker Sheriff's
Green Jr., 29, serving a 7V4 year County Department
early Wednesday morning had a vehicle
prison term from Polk County.
f 5
reported stolen from Blair's sr
i Two other inmates were recapturedby I
Nursery in Macclenny. Deputies
area law enforcement officers, Including
found a .22 caliber rifle and two pairof
prison officers,
near Sapp
tennis shoes near where the vehicle
Cemetery In the Town of Raiford, at
was pilfered. Officials are checking to
I
11:45 p.m. Tuesday. One was identified
see if the stolen vehicle has
any connection
as Norman Henry Despres,
with the six at
men large.
alias Joseph Cozzi 37, sentenced on Bradford announced
December 17, 1975 to seven years for Wednesday
afternoon, 6 that Correctional
escape In Union County. The other in- August
Officer Charles Davis Jr., who was
mate recaptured was listed by Bradford -
on duty in the tower at the time of the
I as Charles Raymond Daniels.25,
serving a prison term from escapes was fired by prison officials
30-year

I system Bay County since and January has been 1978.In the prison out earlier Davis in was the fired day. after Bradford he admitted pointed Whirlpool NO FROST f\Pf\eWZ SAVE 121"

to prison inspectors that he was exercising
The Sallyport Gate became famousIn 17 CU. FT.
in the tower rather than wat-
November 1978 when Death Row
Inmate Lewis dressed ching the Inmates in the exercise 2 DOOR BIG "
Bobby up as a ,$1,000 19
correctional officer, escaped in a yard. -
Records show Davis has been 'reREFRIGER
waiting automobile and was not
employed at FSP since last October. =i COLOR
recaptured until some time later in ATOR I
Bradford in -
South Carolina. a statement to this I
Bradford listed the following Inmates paper pointed out that officials have INSTANT TV

as still at large as this paper been unable to determine as this :::...,".""' :
went to press: paper went to press whether the ....,..-
I James Nelson Shearer, 47, servinga escapes were prearranged. He Indicated ...._k........, COEDIT I Regular S4IV."
it was presumed By prison of- 1 c ...' T.sj quality Energy laving 100% .
15-year sentence for from ..
escape .
ficials the escapes were related. ..... sold irate chatsli
Bradford County In 1977.
I Regulor $4M.. AVAILABLEAll I matrix picture

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I : Florida Jo bs Increased sw $\\\\ $2.vw. .Automatic- color control




4 r Percent in Decade 40% OFF



Despite an economic slump in the Wholesale and retail trade in- ALL PANASONIC

middle of the decade, Florida experienced dustries, the largest employment
1 cats for 26.6 COMPACT STEREO MW .
a robust 57 percent growth gory- accounting percent FREE wir
In non-agricultural employment during of all non-agricultural jobsadded R
the 1970's,, according to statistics 331.600 new jobs in the 1970's, a 64.4 SYSTEMS IN STOCK! :
published by the Florida Departmentof percent increase. Service Industries, ek
Labor and Employment Security in the second-largest category grew
j its periodical "Exchange." 78.5 percent added 326,600 new jobs. 1M-WARRANtY DELIVER
Annual average non-farm employ- Even during the 1973-76 recession
ment increased by 1,227,600 jobs from when total employment decreased by
1970 to 1979, raising the total to 3.38 117,400,jobs were added in the service ifhln
million jobs last year. This industries, and wholesale and retail SER\JICE! O.Ifv.r ovr for9.
February's estimate of non-farm trades decreased by only 1.9 percentor Y area '
employment was 3,535,700. 14,000 jobs.Government. Corry.out Items
"It stands to reason that a state that Jobs, another category excluded
experiences the rate of population strongly influenced by population
growth that Florida does would also growth,increased by 206,700 jobs,a 52 While They
experience a concurrent increase in percent jump, during the decade. Last!
Jobs but proportionally employment Government jobs make up 17.9 percent
Increased more than population in the of the total non-agricultural
70's," according to Secretary E. Orr. emolovment. HEAVY ,
,
"Among other things, this means a Strong post-recession recoveries MAYTAG -waft:: : 11,01,11b. -=- !
grea ter proportion of the population took place In the manufacturing and DUTY NEVER ANY liil'

at work contributing to the state's construction categories.

productivity, and that Is a health Manufacturing had a loss of 41.200 WASHER. HIDDEN CHARGES! I". I
economic indicator," Orr added. jobs over 1974-75, but healthy growth r \ i!
since 1976 contributed to an increaseof
According to recent published .
reports, the Florida population grew 115,200 jobs over the decade. Cur- A GREAT BUY WE SELL WHAT I ,

by 36 percent from 6.79 million rently, manufacturing accounts for 13percent ATONLY... .. .1 P ,
residents in 1970 to 9.2 million as of of all non-farm employment V/E ADVERTISEt.
April 1, 1979. in Florida, compared to the national / V
All major Florida industries ex- average of 24 percent. .. / AT THE MAGIC CHEF
perienced large increases in employ Cut deeply by recession, construc-
LOWEST
$388 PRICES
ment during the 10-year period, but tion employment has yet to return to .. MICROWIVE.OVENANYWHERE
more than half the total increase oc- the levels of 1973, but, since 1976, con-
curred in tourism-related wholesaleand struction has had the highest rate of -Defrosts.' cooks and SALE!
lorge family size ,
growth of all major Industries in the capacity re-hats
retail
trade and service in- Proven
dustries. state. Over the decade, construction Ruit-reilitont dependability feature -The to onorgy, towing $
way COOK
gained 69,100 jobs. Heavy duty operation Large family sise! Z7FREE 7 0
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