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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 14, 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 )
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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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.i:' Slicing $224.000 from spending requests but said the state Is going to stop that they want to make any changes the
using $2711,000 In carry-over reimbursement next time the board meet
''funds plus$100,000 In Interest earned, Authorization to operate on the cur- "After all, we're In no great hurry
Clerk Gib Brown presented a balanced rent budget Into October if a millage because we don't know. we're. going
: operating budget to the county figure Is not certified to the board was anyway Shuford said.
J'commission Monday night, Aug. 11. given In the special session of the His office Is now In the process of

I ft}} Almost-every line Item In the $2.S Legislature/ Farnsworth said. getting Information together to send
Tmillloa budget was cut by Clerk to the computer company Property
The 8.113 mills is '
"t just :working
f Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez said Tues
j.i Brown1117,732 came out of the figure Brown used to his. .
j! t General Fund 197,223 from the Road bUdget. That Is prepare cl ;fit'U
figure slightly higher
f* Bridge Fund, and (28,495 from the than the current 7.. levy be at .least two weeks before
t I ''hospital's, allocation.The commission millage our roll will be ready to certify to the (I
but would not be tax Increase unless .
I had almost no comments about the it In a taxing board," Alvarez said. The Information .
bring more tax dollar than the
I ''cuta. seeming to accept them as current year. la ready now, value are .:
x/'necessary. fixed Alvarez said.
Main concern of the board "I think it's entirely conceivable we $178,000,000 ia probably a "good" ,
City Police Officers Examine Drug Haul Made Friday Night In Reno.. 'members jetting won't be able to budget until after the figure to use for the tax roll, said
,certified by Property App raiserfigure General Election,,". Farnsworth said Alvarez although that doe not take
my Alvarez, who says he's shooting Into account the additional homestead 1\,
City Police Make Haul. :for the end of the month. Until the tax Most clerk's are going to recommend exemption to be voted on Oct 7. :
t : Drug .. roll Is completed, the county will have as Brown is doing after a "We're shooting to have a figure II
''no firm millage figure on which to meeting Friday In Orange Park that before the end of the month,"Alvarez
; 'These packets of marijuana were round under the .on personal recognizance bonds of $1,000 in each case. ?'base a budget the county not advertise any. millage aid.
,counter In a pool hall Friday night Alii. 8.In the Reno section Examining the drug haul Friday night are(I..r) 14. Lane Board member took the proposed ,unW "we know what we are doing." Tax rolls are late across the state
of Stark when city police Investigated an assault Sibley Patrolman' Wayne Mclntire,Cb.\eI.Jlmmy\ Bowen,' r balanced budget home to study. The because values had to be reworked to
'with a pistol. and Patrolman Willie Search. ;..board will not meet again on the "Until we know what we are doing reflect the 100 percent assessments
Carlos Ford 32, was arrested for aggravated assault City police thought Friday night they had puts dent In budget until a millage figure' .Is cerftlfled. ''we're, Just playing anyway" .said demanded by Gov. Bob Graham. Appraisers
and possession of marijuana with Intent to sell but was 'the local drug market but later changed their minds. or until 29 when it will be Chairman Dave Shuford, who then were afraid their tax roil.
:released Saturday IDOI'IIInIfrom the Bradford County JailMean Police entered Ford' place of business without a search ''necessary to readopt the present asked the board members to study the would be turned down otherwise,
warrant, so they figure the search won't hold up In court. budget so the county can pay its bills., figures Brown had presented to see if Alvarez say*.
TJ!; The marijuana came from a former church convertedinto
a billiard known the"church house "You
room by police as may think It's rather'
pool hall" the last building on Oak Street In Reno If you 'drastic." Clerk Brown told the cora.Inluionen -
are headed north. of his budget cuts School' Board 'Tables
Ford has an arrest record dating from 1964 to 1979 including ? "It Is drastic" Brown
added "But
aggravated ,and of -
battery arson possession cannabis
the time Is not close
but he has never been convicted on any olcharlea. the trow. It's not tomor-
It's here. .
I Proposed budget figures"leave In 6.5
Police says the small packets 01 marijuana oa tile desk'above
F' }+ yyII sell for $G. The larger cellophane packets rolled salary Increases for ,county Proposed: BudgetnilUgelaVreducifonoflJmills
Just larger than a lgar sell lor 310,1'he ajrgest tucket .. / mploy'but officiate uatln& o .
.. .. f yynext' ftrfaor had ::.; )
:,, "I o Chief Bowen se>t tor 315.' 4 'J6'" -" *than -5 percent ow.re. .. ,. .
Police investigated on the complaint of s eJi; ( E /*, o The t cut back to It percent Asking for1"' specific 'salary comparison -, .....w -

Ousley, whose address is 6823 James Road, Jacksonville' bill Includes proposed balanced spending for administrator and non- but will raise the $586,800 In local effort
,Ousley said be bad been hit in the face with a pistol whileIn only $77,458 In reserve Instructional personnel Bradford required by the DOE for the
the pool hall operated by Ford. Police found the pistol. funds Brown pointed out, calling that school board members tabled the new Bradford school district to participatein
but Ford claimed he did not own it., figure "very, very low for 1X360,853, $7.2 million budget unW the regular the Florida Education Finance
Also confiscated In addition to the .38 calibre pistol. In In operating funds. meeting Monday night, Aug. 18, at 7 Program.The o'
the investigation was a .45 calibre semi-automatic rifle 'When you only leave $77,458 p.m.Teachers new operating budget Includes
and a .16 guage sawed-off pump gun. reserve you're cutting It close. I won't consider their new a $513,000 pay package for teachers
Police say marijuana traffic locally Is lessening from its mean, close" the clerk emphasized.The salary package unW Monday Aug. and a $202,000 pay package for non-
previous levels that cocaine .Is getting to be the big thing, 18, the first day they return to work instructional personnel the total pay
now. Cocaine is much easier to transport than the bulky, budget figures are based on a for the l1 H11echool year.Conjecturewas Increase package totaling some
marijuana they point out. millage levy of 8.313 mills, the figureup the school board wants to wait $730,000.
because Brown was taking into account until alter the teacher vote on the Teacher salaries would start at
Boat Theft Attempted... the probability the proposed .increase pay package to approve the. new $11,000. up $1,450, up 15 percent. N-I
In homestead exemption will .budget employee salaries are up 18-20 percent
Later around investigated
Friday night, ,
8p.m. police be passed by voter Oct. 7. A tentative local tax levy of 4.804 .
the theft of 28-foot boat
attempted a large power from mills and authorization to advertise In addition salaries. of school board
Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports on Court Street. Thieves apparently Brown's figures do not Include the tentative budget was /given Supt. Tom will go from $4,639 to $8,27 effective
tried to haul the boat off with
truck.: large a pick-up eight percent increase the board can Casey as he requested. The budget .is October Supt. Tom Casey' salary

However, the boat was tied to another smaller boat Apparently add levy under some current$48,000 law to which the would funds not set, however, and can be changed See School Budget, See Page SA...
when they heard the smaller boat dragging Alvarreez board.is Appraiser Jimmy
available. Auditor Pat Farnsworthalso to the
shooting give
along bdund on the pavement of Court Street, the would-l
pointed out the
has been school and
county system county commission (bierS
thieves iIIawn
be unhooked from the large boat which was on a being reimbursed she
some $47,000 per a millage figure by the end of the
Weapon... trailer and took off. Reports of a blue pick-up truck seen year by the state for those persons month..
on Court Street hooking up a boat were heard but the over 65 who !Have been
already receiv Based on a tax roll total supplied by
calibre Patrolman seml-antomatlc Wayne MclaUre rifle. examines confiscated .45 one scene became is so common suspicious.in the early part of the night that no ing a $10,000 homestead exemption, the Department of Education the


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I Chamber Committee To Study Pay Incr ease, -art-time- secretary I saslNU1SDAY.



A proposal for a $..250 pay Increase The suggested solution was questioned In other action Aug. 7, the board of Development Authority. Present members are nearing and end and
for Executive Vice-President Bill by MacDonald's owner Dallas govemorr, BCDA members are James L. that the Governor will be asked to
Wilson and a part-time secretary for Mayo., Waters J.J. Wolbert Gus reappoint all and stagger the term so
the office was tabled Thursday Aug. Kopelousos Chairman Guy Andrews they don't expire at the same time. .
7. by the Board of Governors of the Futch said he did not have exact Information Approved the name of Bill Alderman and L.M. Games.
Starke-Bradford County Chamber of on the hour the office and Wiley Langford to be -Approved the continuation of having .AUGUST 14
Commerce.The would be kept open., presented to the Governor' for appointment Miss America appear at the annual OOSPUMIITIMO
board of governor ,raised to the Bradford County Wilson said the terms of the current county fair. A/N/ ......,........,

numerous objection about. the) WI on'. proposal would reduee chamber office not having a fulltime Chamber budget $850: cutting the 7110'W...
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secretary. were no objections budget from $26,683 to $23,833. i
to the pay Increase for Wilson, who Elected OfThe f ficiais (
has not had an increase In salary In Attorney Jesse Wolbert, also a' yet Pay Masses .MONOAY.AUGUST,0
the five year since be baa been the member rt the Board of Director of II CKHOOtSOAaoTUtSOAY.:
Chamber executive. the Fair Association said that Florida Legislature! approved a cation from the state Department of lector to succeed 'J.R. Kelly will M..ew.7i00 .

Wilson's reorganization proposal creased plans to pick up the in healthy salary Increase for au elected Revenue as a property.appraller.. receive a salary of $21,123,' up from ...,.......
and salary increase request came up .expense of Wilson' salary. officials In Bradford.County effective Alvares currently la paid $22,685. $18.789. Kelly to going to retire in ,
alter the resignation of Chamber Wolbert sets the Fair Association ,October 1. The legislature provided that all of- 'January. Four candidate. seek theIThe T.......aeewsT.1cMee1 '
secretary Kathy Struth.Wilson says wants to keep a fulltime secretary Highest paid officeholder hi ficeholder except county commissioners ,
the paperwork at the Chamber office and that duties resulting from the county, has traditionally been the and school board members Supervisor of Election post
la not enough to require a fulltime) planning of the fair are. Increasing. superintendent of schools and that could .receive $?J.OOO additional In will b* increased'to $19m from _, AUGUST IfTAKI tl
secretary and the be would employ a salary will be $28,381 an Increase salary when certified by the state In $18,566 and two people seek the position. COUNCIL :
, part-time secretary to keep the office from $29.249. Two people seek that of their particular Job. : .thle--7.'.... t
I open when he baa to be out The proposed wore put lice Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Clerk of County CommuMlonloners salary' .t ***** Jo q
before the Chamber's Executive Nat highest salary will be that of the Circuit Court Gilbert 8. (Gib) to S9zlQllrom $8,441.. PUAac MUTING
'"I don't think we object to the raise.. Board meeting July 31; that boardrecolDmeadea property Alvares of Brown .will have salaries of $25.478. will members will be increased -., Tao,....
What I object to I IS the part-tinv the proposal be P!,473.That salaryJimmy $2,000 In They are Increased. from $22,869. to$' .278 from $4.639. r,
secretary," said L.111. Gain**. ,presented to the board of governor 'which Alvares baa received certifi- The,person who la elected Tax Col- The salaries of these officials. have "ntUllSDAY.AUCUITII
been, set 'for year by the state .,' I
v A committee of 'Sam Adukiewict, legislature when they meet. In the spring *-UOAPOOfMA1TOM

Dallas Mayo by President-Elect, and Galnea was Benton appointed Two'Political Rallies Set For 1st Primary of- the. 0 year. 4 Pht..s.S...._
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Futch, the presiding officer at the awLatywna. ease

,, Thursday the Aug.7, meeting to discus Two rallies will be held In for tax districts to support the fire ,la to promote Interest' on the part of AH FJACKSON 7r3IP...:.....*...rs. '
.JII'Obaaud make a recommendation Bradford County before the first, departments but thaiany; second 'the voter In the proposed' tire tax ,Index.:.. ...-.. "
at the next meeting of the 'lmary-ooe on Saturday A.... JO, primary: candidates wishing to speak district: which will be on the Second ...
board of governor, which .Is set Sept. at the BHS stadium and one on Satur- would probably be allowed to do so Primary ballot. October 7,. 'Two Sections .1 -
4 at 12:15 p.m. In the. Garden day Sept. $, at There*** Community' Member* of tile Bradford County, ::6eCnneA. ,. /' : Wtee"Of, ,

, Restaurant CeaI4r Tb Bradford County Democratic Fir Department and those in N_.....,. ..;".... i.-M, "
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I Wilson left the meeting room when Several. other Bradford communities Executive: Commltt, meeting Mon i Brooks,. HeUbroa Spring LawUy, .... .... .....?....fo;..'. i../>rate 4A3td.iy..Pa' : :.:i j jBUU.DINO
day night, set Saturday Aug. 30 as Hampton, and Theresa'will meet at ,
the board discussed the proposals." which have customarily the data for one big consolidated rally :. p.m.. tonight Thursday In the '.e4 .A.4Al.ISA. SUPPLY', ..f
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held .Lala a. .*.1..114&12A ? V Ijt, *"", n ,' ,
Game with
questioned bow many hour supper In connection In Stark. Y
Wayne Horsey said the -tJlIre station in Stark, to make .
ports. ,. ,... ,Of Stork ;
the Chamber office would be kept rallies. a money-making effort to Tenses community will bold its plans for the meeUnga before the Oc' i. J.l." rpts.,IIAS.I4ASBCTIONBi '
open with a part-time secretary. &11-' raise funds for their the departments .traditional ;' Mwy"" Ml *9644974
political A ,
primary. for th
rally on Seiuroclay. richer spokesman ,
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Pont Manager Ken Plait and Judge are postponing tithe raUUse; thla year .Sent *. ,group said the primary' nurpos for >.t'l.,4. .,. KeyMwte Heights'Hwv '
Elsie Sander said the office should until Just bet second primary Complete detail 011oI..1.>a** M'
of those
all rallies will meetings would b too and 21A
r be kept open during business bouts 'on October?.The reason for the delay be announced next '"'*. familiarlx.the public with the*need to c.UI.:. .........Pale 1 7...... 473-4973

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What Kindergartners ( and their mothers)

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Ii' Should<< Know About SchoolParents

are breathing a sigh of thick batftmat or an old baby blanketare help and others won't. and
teacher
,not relief that summer is almost over; also suitable.Do Do tell the classroom
teachers are frantically rushing tell your child that you will leave the child how you want the child child
to finish up 18 summer after you have taken him to school but home. Make sure you and the
projects two days; and a brighteyed assure the child that you love him/her know the correct bus number. If bus
kindergarten child Is wondering and ,you'll see him that afternoon. don' want your child to ride the
what this thing called "school", is aU Check with the teacher to see If she find out from the teacher when is the
.about. needs someone to stay )the first day. best time to pick him up.
'N On August 25 schools in Bradford Some teachers may need the extra Do check with the school and make
J' '' child's lunch. It
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: County will for the 198041 school provisions for your
06. 1" \ open
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,1 paid the
if the parent
would be better
1 r year. Some children have already
Jft. children
:." I been getting a sample of what the 12 Women Receive lunch money- kindergarten
.: beginning of school will be like. generally have difficulty managing
Primary specialists at each Pins at CeremonyTwelve thDonmake'sure child knows how
school In your
elementary the county will
women were honored at a .
first name.Don.t
be tenting kindergarten children priorto to say his
pinning held at'the Starke school In
the official opening of school on ceremony send a child to
Recreation on August 6,
Department clothes and
best Sunday
Monday Aug. 25. The testing partof his/her very
at 7:30:
the Primary Education Program tell him not to get dirty. Make sure
y mandated by the Florida Legislaturein A covered dish supper was providedby the child can manage any snaps, grippers -
friends and members of their
hooks and zippers on his own
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July 1979, notes Mr* Eugenia families. The ladles graduated from
Whitehead, primary specialist at clothing.
the Nursing Assistant course given by
Southslde Elementary School. Don.t allow your child to wear Hip-
All 198041( kindergarten children the Bradford-Union Vocational flops to school. Sandals with straps or
1 F will be checked to determine their School. tennis shoes are much better.
1 ability in the areas of visual skills The course Is now being offered Don't let your child come to school
auditory skills language again and anyone Interested call with toys, book sacks and a lot of sup-
skills Baker at 431-1266 after 2 p.m. will be
and Judy Kindergarten children
_.. "- -- ment, math motor plies.
(physical coordination). This information The course Is 360 hours long and furnished with most supplies and the
taught entirely at the Union General will let the parents know If
will.be given the classroom teachers
Bashful, Bright-Eyed and Ready... Details will be given on request -
Hospital. anything else.
teacher so that she will be able to proevide they need to provide
Krlsla Pemberton may not know what school to ill Krlata drew shape, counted to 20, Identified letters, and each child with the individual
about but ihe's ready the says, to start kindergartennext pointed out which object of three Is different from the help that child needs. ..
Monday, Aug. 25. at Stark Elementary. other two.Krista's. If you have a kindergarten child
Primary Specialist Mary Ann Kyle tested Krista this mother.Mrs.Anthony Pemberton found It difficult that has not been tested Mrs. NOTICE -
pant Monday afternoon. At Mrs. Kyle's encouragement. to keep from prompting her daughter too much. Whitehead urges parents to contact -

the school make an the appointment child will be attendingand testing. To The" Voters Of Bradford County


Candidates Invited Do's and Don't's for parents of Retiring J.R. Kelly will not be
Monday to AddressBC kindergarten-age children:

Concerned CitizensA Do send a rest mat to school with employed by the Tax Collectors
forum for local political can- your child and make sure it has the
didates Is set Monday,Aug. 18, at 7:30: child's name on it. Let your child Office if I am elected.
p.m. in the RJE gymasium by the know that he will be expected to takea
Bradford County Concerned Citizens. nap each day. Plastic mats that can
Candidates for county and state offices 7 be purchased locally are sultble or a Esther Hall
will be given a chance to state
their positions on important local
issues and to answer questions from
the audience on their positions.
"Please attend this most Important \\1
assembly in that you might t. !
strengthen your knowledge of Esther S. flail
political Issues. Answers are neededto
be an informed voter" says Mrs.
Elizabeth Walker Concerned Citizen Bradford County Tax Collector
board member.

Meetings ChangedTo VOTE: For 27 Years Experience.


Fourth MondayThe ''fOTE For Qualifications Certified By The Universityof
fourth Monday in each month
will be the new meeting date for the Florida As A Certified Tax Collector.

Concerned, Inc. (CCBCI Citizens of Bradford County ','fOTEi For A Native And Tax Payer Of Bradford

Meetings will start at 7:30 p.m. County.
Next regular meeting is set Mon-
day, Aug. 25. ''fOTEs For A FULL TIME Tax Collector With NO
All citizens are invited to attend.
OTHER Interests.


School Budget...
Ready for Kindergarten...

From Page 1A) An enthusiastic Michael Rowell Is tested for readiness for kindergarten at stherSi Hall
will go from $25,249 to $28,381 effec. Southslde Elementary by Primary Specialist Eugenia Whitehead. Michaelis :;
tive Oct. 1. In addition if Casey can 'the son of Donna and James Rowell.Mrs.Rowell Is a former Southslde ctudent. ... .. .,
become a certified school superintendent Only 65 pre-kindergarten children had been tested Tuesday. Mrs. Whitehead Pol. Adv Pd For By Esther S. Hill VOTE SEPT.;9thDENMARK'S
by the state he will qualify for said she expects at least 100 kindergarteners at SS when school opens Aug..25. .
an additional $2,000. The increases
were approved in state legislation.
Administrators under Casey are
also given 18-20 percent pay increasesin
the proposed 8041( budget. Base ad- Re-Elect DAVE I J i i I i' l t l lt
ministrative salaries would go from l '
$15,840 to $18,520, an increase of
$2,680. In addition,administrators are
paid an experience factor of .01 for ShufordCounty
each year's experience up to 1.18 of i
his salary at 18 years experience f1 CommissionerDistrict
which would further Increase the /
raise. j I
An administrator with a master's
degree would go from $17,050 to I Continue To Pledge A Businessman
$19,850. up $2,800. A Rank 1-A admlnstrator. Approach To County Government.
30 hours of college credit 7
above a master's degree would move
from $17,820 to $20,607, up $2,787. A INFLATION
Rank 1 administrator, with a doctor's I Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote FIGHTING.lr
degree or equivalent pay ranking
would move from$18,700 to$21,544 up And Support
2844. 4 SALE
In addition, principals draw sup g
Clements for the number of students DR. JAMES K. HESTER
from $1.530 to$3,030. O BEDROOM SUITE SOFA & LOVE SEAT
Directors are paid a $3,030 supple- OptometristIn
ment, coordinators $1,530 and assistant leaving lo pursue further peclatlied training. In eye car. 'SPACE SAVER HERCULON FABRIC
principals $930. Supplements re- Is pleased to announce that S Drawer Dresser WMkrof
main the same as 79-80 STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATESwill S Drawer. C .tlIT..a harrow..1) 34995 249 9 5Po.lor
Money to finance the pay increases I Bed Malea .
resume hit general practice of optometry effective" July 21, 1980.
came from the state, which Is this
year paying Bradford County Dr. Kyle D. Abihlr STEREO STAND WOOD DINETT
1100.14 per fulltime student or Dr. James D. Chamberlain
equivalent (FTE unit). The Florida Dr. Leonard Schlofman YOUR CHOICE TABLE & 4 CHAIRS

education legislature and poured set new the priority money Into for .....-0.W.Madison St.Optornetrla" MM!landing Boulevard OAK OR WALNUT YOU SELECT

employee salary increases, and also Storll.. ..32091 MMdleburg.Ho.MOeS SET UP PINE OR MAPLE
guaranteed the value of the FTE unit (*04)) 64.'07. (904) 262.5032W4.
349S 22995
will not float down as In past year but
will remain fixed at 1100.14

throughout Agreeing the with school Supt.Casey's year. recom. ALL METAL CHROME & GLASS

mendation, school board members .' '
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showed no inclination Monday nightto \ dr KITCHEN CABINETS TABLE

levy what the state terms discre V.. ,. ..'..S, ..tO :, REDUCED 1-COFFEE TABLE 2END TABLES
millage. The board Is
authored 12495CEDAR

$253,000 that to way raise, but an probably additional will \. Lre" u'CaB: / '(W .lll?' :

not.Board ,. ..0 '. ..' ... 1, .. ,". .e ,ff> CHESTS CAPTAIN BED
member Pat Spengler asked '.. .' .,'
for non.lnstructlonalsalary compari- FROM 1 3995 WDRAWERSCOMPLETE
slons by position and using dollar a
figures. Chairman Arthur Gaskins WITH BEDDING
asked for comparisions of ad. IF IF IF LAY-A-WAY FOR CHRISTMAS
ministrative salaries by name. Supt. 26995ODD
Some Willl CuCuoneJ Top*
Casey said both requests will be ,
honored by the Aug 18 meeting. a
The budget will have to be brought CHAIRS CREDIT IS AVAILABLE a
up as an emergency item because
Monday's agenda is already preparedand We Finance Our Own Accounts
the budget is not on It It can be 50 %
SAVE UP TOCHERRY For As Long As
24 Months
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voted up by motion of those who We
in favor or the Board Member Also Offer Our 30-60-90
J.T Parrish's motion to table. ,SECRETARY Day
4-Payment Plan With No Finance

Duplicate Bridge ENCLOSED GLASS TOP Charge.,Remember Free Delivery

Club Results DROP LID DESK4ORAWERS And Set Up In Your Home.

Grand National Championship 'y 26995 Credit Is Available
bridge match was held Tuesday, evening -
at the Recreation Center with Eva

Mathewson Winners were as director.: Ist-KrUh Sonl of U RNITU E' 'V.

Cross City and Bob Patel of Starke;
2nd Barbara ,. t v ,y+ '
Snipes and Linda Gaf-
ford of Lake City; 3rd 'Cecelia Ter> y i t: 4 t4 Wr Qa9 a Starke, Fit tr 3'

Jerry willegar Moran and Ida of Shaw Starke and Ueing Hazel and for 9 e 6 e "r 1 V 984 tiBQd Est.arshed tn192J 984 $8278 .+, ''e1,,,

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August 14,*l80 TELEGRAPH Page 3A


Hampton May Get CETA Policeman in Oct. ,I


Marshall Fred Phillip reported to ing the month of July. bance calls; 8 assistance of other water bill received by the customers.
the Hampton City Council Its mon- The report Includes!! : one careless!! agencies B and E; 1 personal property If the water bill Is not paid, then the t'
thly meeting Tuesday, Aug. 12, that driving citation, one no tag; one no stolen; and 3 emergency calls water will be cut off. The policy was
he was Informed that It looks good for valid inspection certificate;2 no valid Engineer Jerome Kelly of the adopted by unanimous vote of coun-
Hampton to get a CETA policeman. In drivers licenses!! ; vlx speeding citations Gainesville firm of Sverdrup and cil.Council
; 1 arrest for disorderly Intoxica- Parcels and Associates reported that approved the purchase of
OcFor the person who will be hired tion, one arrest for disorderly and the final Inspection on the f258.000 two batteries, a case of oil and filters
Phillips reported that the state will resisting arrest with violence In water system will be held Monday, for the Hampton Fire Department.
reimburse Hampton for the officer's which Phillips sustained an arm Injury August 18. He reported dedication Council authorized Councilman
salary, provide$300 for uniforms and when the person he was arresting ceremonies will be held Wednesday, Chuck Rowland to purchase a streetlight
equipment and pay for the officers bit him on the arm; 3 distur- August 20, at 9 a.m. for the new with an automatic timer to be
workman's compensation. .system. placed In the area of the Hampton
Newly hired Hampton City At- He pointed out the old water users ,Fire Station to try to cut down on the
torney J.J. Wolbert of Stark pointedout will be hooked up to the new system light bill at the fire station: Last
that Hampton was second on the August 21. month the bill was$47.
list to receive the CETA officer. Golf Council adopted a new policy on Council members set up a special
Wolbert was hired at the meeting to Rotary delinquent water bills. At the suggestion meeting for Thursday, August 28, at
Checking New Brooker Ordinance serve as the attorney for the councilat FundScholarships of acting mayor Ted Curtis, Sr., .7:30 p.m. to discuss with Sue Elder of
L-R., City Councllmen JM Tollmen. Gene Melvin and J.C. Harrell put the a salary of$33 an hour for his work. To starting with the next bills that any the North Central Florida Regional
finishing touches on the Brooker Comprehensive Land Use Plan at the Tuesday Phillips also reported the following delinquent bills may be paid at the Planning Council the possibility of
night meeting. activities for the marshal's office dur- rate of$10 a month. However the$10 Hampton obtaining Federal and state
must be paid In addition to the next Grants.
The Starke Rotary will' hold its
First Annual Scholarship Golf Tour- - --, -
Brooker Residents Complain nament September 6-7 at the Starke
; Golf and Country Club. K VOTE
I Proceeds from the tourney will fund
scholarships for Bradford High
Air 'Faucet Not WaterAnswering students to Santa Fe Community Col- STEVESIMMO'NS
Getting lege In Gainesville. Prizes Include an
overall trophy, gift certificates, and
prizes for special holes.
complaints,CouncilmanGene which Is to run from October 1,1980 to Adopted at the Tuesday night In addition to the two-day tournament
Melvin assured town residents September 30, 1981.The contract Is to meeting, was the portion of the Com- the $30 entry fee will provide
Tuesday night. Aug. 12, somethingwill specify for garbage collection two prehensive Land Use Plan for the each golfer one practice round
be done very soon about the water times per week, water meter readingonce Town of Brooker.All councilmen pre sometime between Sept. 2-5. Carts TAX COLLECTOR
system In Brooker. per month, and the installationof sent, Joe Tolleson Gene Melvin, and are extra.
Citing that some residents were watermeters as needed. Bids are to J.C.Harrell voted to accept the plan. Both Rotarians and non-Rotarlans
unable to get water from out of their' be opened at the September Council may play In the event, which will Be Assured Your
IT'S TIME TO CARE
taps for periods ranging from 30minutes meeting. employ the Calloway handicap
to 4 hours City Clerk Linda Robinson reported to the Council Appearing at the meeting orderto system. Entry fee or donations may
Robinson Indicated,that excessive air that In order to avoid any delay in hirIng purchase equipment for the be sent to: Starke Rotary Scholarship Business Will Be Handled In A
In the lines was the cause. a new CETA employee, that the volunteer fire department was Fire Fund, P.O. Box 321, Starke, Fla.
At present, Mrs. Robinson Is venting new person would have to be hired Chief Geroge Pierce. However 32091. Entries are due by August 31. Professional Manner By Electing
the extra air every day by a prior to September 1. Pierce was to go home emptyhanderswhen For! more Information call the
manual valve in order for the water The position, which pays $3.25pe r the council decided to hold onto Chamber of Commerce (964-5278) or Steve Simmons Your Tax Collector
system customers to be served. hour, will be required to mow and do what funds were still available In case Starke Golf Pro Herb Herres at the Pd.Pol Adv Pd. For By Dot Simmons,Cimp Tr.a..
With both Councilmen Joe Tollesonand various maintenance work around the of unexpected expenditures with the Golf and Country Club (964-5441).
Gene Melvin noting that the water system.
town. -6. ,_ _. .
scheduled date of AugustS -' =--
completion -- -- --' ---- --- ---- --
Is past with the water tank still not i
completed It was decided to approach -
the Mechanicaland iuI'ILI
contractor
Chemical Equipment Companyof RODNEY P. HALL
Brandon;Fl, to find out why. .
Engineer Jerome Kelly, of the CONTACT ,
Gainesville Company of Sverdrup and '
Parcel,told the council that the prime Stands For The'Three "fl 8"
d"
contractor is having trouble with the EMPIRE FOREST
sub-contractor scheduled..to do the

work"If the on the contractor water tower.can't get the subcontractor PRODUCTS. INC.We '' r Hfj't: Reliable hVs: Ready

to work tomorrow;he will -'
Reputable Reasonable
get a new painter.The contract's past '
due and he knows It,"Kelly said. Want To Buy Your Pine )s '' "' ," Responsible Receptive
Kelly indicated that it would take ,:""r:' rr.l i
three weeks to com- And Hardwood Pulpwood, ;.t.
approximately
from when It was Hi's' : Respectable
started and If the work Is begun soon
the entire system could be completedwithin Sawtimber.And Pine Poles"Call Resourceful
8 weeks. -,1'; e Resolute

The to final wait decision until the by the September councilwas Us For A Good Price f :

meeting before any action was to be ;. \(: :'' \ Vote For And Elect Rodney P. Hall
I : taken against the contractor. It was And A Supervised Logging .
decided that if the system was progressing ftt
!! well,, that nothing would be n Operation. 'ItI ". (School Board District:? t \ ,12 .

I done,since Mechanical and Chemical '... .. < < { S. .;.. ,' i.,.. : ,* .:.... : J ',J---"
111" Equipment Co had worked with ? HJ II I I CALL OR WRITE: /. ", i I ,,,.1 rl I. r\ Pd:pol'AdvPd.I For By Rodney.P, Hall.
Brooker in the initial stages of getting
their loans. The town had been Steve Carter -- -'- -- .
delayed for a period of seven weeks In
the processing of their loan paper-. Lake City'Area ManagerPO
work.

system It was'was also not progressing decided that, that If the the Box '1751 Lake City,Fla. 32055 fFOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 5

town attorney would be contacted to 804-752-7188 OFFICE
begin legal proceedings against the ELECT
contractor for damages. 904-752-1068 HOME
Further water business saw the
.
council deciding to find a Class-C JOSEPH N. JOE WARRENWILL
operator to monitor the system and a ,[ ]
maintenance man to look after the
pumps.Advertised. Elect
for bids was the Gar HANG WILL NOT
bage and Meter-Reading ,Contract

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COUNTY CHE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH William And vote on the Issues w \, THE LEADER
,
Published Thursday
every .
at 138 W.Call Street according to merit; Former Mayor of Starke
Starke,Florida 32091 S
City not for re-election Teacher VoTech
Second Class postage paid at
Starke,FloridaSublerlpUon CommissionerGroup have proven that I B-A Degree

Rates fIn can do this when I

trade area $9.00 per year _y Industrial 1 Kd.MESSRGE .
5 the Starke
$5.00 six monthsOulslde was on City


I trade 5.50 area six months$10.00 per. year A man with experience in both .business and Commission I''

government who will work with others at City

Hall-and you-to improve the operations of the city'to TO THE VOTERS OF !i'l

0 better fill the needs of all of our people.
BRADFORD COUNTY
M
,.Graduate of University of Florida. College of

-.0 Business Administration. When you study the milt'age"t"'e"

oDISCOUNT sion._ Member of Starke Zoning and Planning Commis 'ABOUT TAXES' assesmentsandthe1Omillcapyousoon


Business property owner. HORSE COLLAREDIt
Member of Chamber of Commerce. realize that the County is
FROM DAILY RATES

OCEANFRONTVACATION e Member of Starke Civitan Service Club. is a Big tight COLLAR'and I don't. know_ what one little ole' County }

Marine Pilot WWII and Korea..

The Islander Beach Lodge otters Member. : First Presbyterian Church." UU ESIflT I I SURE WOULD
you I tropical baaed resort set Commissioner do about. It .
ting amidst the lush natural land- Please vote for
scaping ol New Smyrna Beach. me on

When you're not sunning on the September 9thpd. LIKE TO TRY andm stofaH"" "I I WILL. LET ,

beach,injoy our swimming pool, ,
miniature golf course, delicious \ Pol. Ad :
'seaside dining and cocktails In YOU KNOW'
the collar
the lounge or at poolside. Daily --- :who tightens ;
planned children's activities.
There's golf, tennis, and fishing Dr. I.otinette Ric; :,Ir(''' lft'''' fl.; I.C'
nearby (for surf fish right off the' : '
AGAINST
beach)). And you're Just a short nr>r \\ ii/ne (}.,Ha ton, p.C'. 1 : Any Consolidation.'r'. ''r

drive from all Central Florida at* r _. __ ... .. .- ..., .. '"
tractions. With this ad, 20% discounts r f'f''that '
good 6/1/80-12/20/80 Keystone Cliiropractk"Cliitic! : .Some of,the. STATE MANDATED programs

thru Thursdays excludIng '
Sundays holidays, when reservations ,\I Slf.21, \ortli ', ) cost us mbney.., :Tell 'unrwhereto'jjo:

are made. Enjoy.directly with! the blander.Come. .' I Ifj I.:eystonl"tillnx-Sffit! ; ; (' 5 .' '\ 'wijh >t those programs' that 'us no, > gooey\ ,
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Lacy Silcox Washed Pop BottlesTo ,,:f' r FORESTRY



Get, Early Start with Coca-Cola' : 'II BRADFORD COUNTY



Over 60 year"working tar a U".- Coca-Cola's No. 1 salesman In this After holding several Interim in By Mark FriesHere

Ing" ended for Lacy Silcox on July 31 area during the Camp Standing SUrke he started with the Department
when he retired as security officer at World War II period. Silcox said he of Military Affairs in 196S. ====::s
Camp Standing a position he held for would sell from SOD to 1,500 cases a

25 years day at the camp, servicing five poet Silcox has been a lifelong) Democratand we are In the hottest<< part of
-cbaDiaDd 38 drink machines. wants his friends at the "Bull rl folks are spendingtheir
Born in SUrke In 1912 Silcox began Table" to know that be will vote a A the tummer.Many the
his six decades of employment by Silcox has lived all of his 68 years In straight Democratic ticket again In Inlawt afternoons perched on swing
that
oak
old tree that
bottle washer at the old Storks with the of ln the shade *
suiting as a exception 11 mon- November, and urges them to do
oh
DeWitt C. Jones Coca-Cola plant in ths working In the oil fields at Odessa likewise. Like: most other retirees in # Grandpa planted In the What backyard would
SUrke at the age of seven. He worked Texas 1949. But be soon returned UiSUrke this area, he intends to spend a lot of w many years ago.the shade:of that we
after school until dark, and on Saturdays and continued to work with time fishing, and will dabble around ever do without
Coca-Cola until the plant was movedto with .' beautiful tree during these scorching
.r.
and some Sundays rising a little antique swapping his !{ In Bradford County.Or
through the ranks until be became Gainesville some 15 years ago. spare time. 4 IBM summer are you among days the unfortunate that

A built a home In the middle of a cleared
rf"Ir i' t2 field or subdivision stripped of all
EDITORIAL # those big shade &reM. U you f.llinto
this category you need to read this
article closely and then take action.


As you probably know trees not on-
Not Bad ly add beauty to a yard and give the
They're
Really
as to play. Your yard
: tree prow a home for mockingbirds -
,cardinals and all those chipping
As J.R. Here In Florida that
EwingNow Lacy Silcox pictured at Coca-Cola plant in 1938. shade squirrels.tree helps keep the house cool

cutting your electric bill substantially. -
that the Republicanand the decision-making This factor meant little a few
processin "It is stupid and
near- YM ago when we could cool the entire
Democratic conventionsare my brain, I guess. sighted of us to talk as if eitherof Readers write home very economically. Today

over and both parties have "There was hatred our potential presidents is however we all know the difficulty of
nominated their expected can- evil when it is very apparentthat stretching the paycheck for enough to
everywhere at the Republican necessities of life. If
didates without any actual buy our you are
blood-letting, it is perhaps Convention in Detroit. Anyone they are not. Anyone who paying those high electric bills every
who didn't hate Jimmy Carter thinks Jimmy Carter is doing month, knowing that It is caused by,
time to and commenton
review less than his best just isn't the conditioner's constant use,you
there was really out of place. I
what seems to be becominga that watching. And anyone who Explanation 01 Heilbronn Springs FireTo had better consider planting some
oughtto
was thinking they
national pastime-the thinks Ronald Reagan is trees around the house. If you don't

political hate-game, which is have the Republican and dumb because he appeared in The Editor: scene, and to let all know our plant a tree this year your electric
Democratic conventions at bill may be out of sight in 1990.
too often for the
played pure the same time because four a lot of bad movies under- We of the Heilbronn Springs volunteers are willing, capable and
emotional 'pleasure' of straight days of hating the estimates him badly. Volunteer Fire Department would ready to serve to the very best of their It la time to place your seedling
IF
ability
hating. like to take this opportunity to personally we are notifed. order with the Florida Division of
same was a lot to take.If .
person The following bare root
apologize to Leaton Morgan Respectfully yours Forestry.
the Democratic conventionwas In the recent fire destroying his tobacco Heilbronn Springs VolunteerFire species are available through my office -
taking place at the same barn. Department at the Agricultural Building or
time in another city it would Terry McCarthy Chr. the SUrke Work Center of the Florida
Also, to publicize the situation to
Division of Forestry-984-543.
make television coveragemore ,', him and all concerned parities explaining

interesting and wouldn'tbe the events of this fire. Mr. "MIND YOUR OWN FLIES"To HARDWOODS:, Cottonwood Cuttings -
r such a heavy dose of hating ) Morgan Is In the Heilbronn Springs Dogwood Autumn Olive,
just one person. If we could Volunteer Fire Department district The Editor: Catalpa Laurel Oak. Sawtooth Oak

alternate hating Carter with a and our response time would definitely This letter Is intended for those who Swamp Chestnut Oak Sweetgum
be with more swiftness due to the complained to the Bradford County Sycamore Tupelo Gum and Turkey
little of it
hating Reagan
fact, we are two miles closer than the Health Department about Oak.
hog
would add welcome relief. fire department units that answeredthe farm causing flies in the Hampton my
call. Another factor of this dilemma Slash Sand
Lake area.Well CONIFERS: Pine Pine
"Political partianship br- CARTER we were not dispatched by the Christmas Tree Sand Pine, Loblolly
REAGAN ings out some very strong dispatcher. Bradford County the inspector came out to my Pine Spruce Pine Lon eat Pine
emotions in people. The can- "It is one thing for most of Volunteer Fire Department and the farm and, while standing in my barn Arizona Cypress Bald Cypress aWJ
Lawtey Volunteer Fire Departmentwere made the statement that you have Red Cedar.
didates for the
One of the best commentson presidency us to berate the candidate we notified. In all situations the more flies at the lake than I do on my
should be discussed calmly, least like in private conversation nearest fire Is farm. So clean
this strange quirk in department dispatchedfirst up your own place Sand Pine needs a dry site to pro-
human nature was written by quietly} and rationallybutthey but it is surprising that with the next closest departmentfor first. sper. Most of Bradford County Is too
almost never are. Most the candidates themselves back-up assistance. Franklin Sheffield wet for this species.

columnist Andy Rooney, who people are wildly opinionated.If spend so much time in their *. A neighbor of Mr. S & S Hog Farm '
said: they dislike Carter they speeches trying to run down telephoned the McCarthy residence Remember; orders need to be placed -
THANKS FROM CENSUS .
tend to suggest that he is the opposition. I supposed the*. about tile fire and our truck was ink'] ., now' to be delivered:during the'winter ; --'-
to be with
planting season soon
d"I like people who hate Jim* J y II* deliberately leading the coun-'* Republicans knew what theyj' minutes at the scene. During which. DeerSirn US.'T!"'. .',, '" '''d'.W'
Census 80 Is about'completed'
my Cartervf also admire the1 time since'Ail1! received just
try along tile road to' Him. doing when they pagers< no ;
were
spent so
fire Heilbronn here and could not leave without expression
call. telephones began
ones who absolutely can'tstand Nothing he has ever done is much time in Detroit hating ." ringing and our firemen here alerted. to you my appreciation for Death Work'Filming

the sight of Ronald right. He is deceitful dumb Jimmy Carter, but I Just the splendid help you gave in publicizing -

Reagan. and incompetent. He is also wonder now how many We would further like to clarify the census. It was a pleasure Postponed Till 1981
with
indecisive and soft on com- undecided voters like me, that this is not a letter fighting for fire working The Census you.Bureau in
"These people are so sure of districts but one fighting fires to save Washingtonand
munism. they will get on their side with we here at Jacksonville office Due to RefinancingThe
themselves human lives and for the unit
that have to property
you all that hating they did in thank you for the generous publicity
admire "The people who dislike or units in the immediate area. The
them for
being so Detroit." you gave to the census. oft-postponed filming of
Heilbronn Springs Volunteer Fire
positive. They know what they Reagan use words we used to Department needs each of and Audrey M. Davis "Death Work" from the novel by

think. They aren't undecided reserve for Adolph Hitler. It i is obvious that Mr. are taking this way to explain you any Dist. Office Mgr. James McLendon has been tentative

about anything when it comes When they are through talking Rooney was writing with rumors why we arrived late at the fire U.S. Census Mgr. ly set to start next January or

to politics."I about the evil intentions of his tongue well positioned in its February initial ,shooting almost! a schedule.year's delay from

policies for government and cheek-but, as the old saying
don't know what's the the economy, they start talk- goes, many a true word is In a recent press Interview Sy
matter with me. I'd love to ing about how bad his old spoken in jest.If Jacobson of New York one of the producers
.
hate Carter or Reagan, but I movies were. County Agents By said that financing for theproposed

just! can't bring myself to do all the time spent deridingand "withdrawn"f 12 million movie had been
and another
BobbyTaylor
it. I don't even hate Ted Ken- "Some of us never seem to "hating" an Incumbent Notebook : I would have to funding be made arrangement

nedy-if you can believe that. accept the idea that there are president governor or local : before filming can sUrt.
good things and bad things official Gown to the lowest \ '

"On any given day I may about each one of us. We want level were spent in supporting ....one.c280: -J In an announcement early this year

decide I like Carter better our heroes to be all good and him encouraging him in Jacobson had said that a cast including

than Reagan, or I like Reagan when ibad guys to be all bad what he is trying to do, and Even though there is a lot of grass should be started early when the TV star movie Ed Asner star Anthony and actor Quinn Paul

better than Carter but I don't fact the most evil manamong even in constructive In most pastures we need to protectour worms are small and before a lot of Winfield would spend nearly a month

hate either one 4 them. It's us may have a heart of criticism we would doubtless grass from insects. This is the damage is done. in and around Florida State Prison

probably some kind of gold in relation to his family have better officials and, it season when outbreaks of ar and Union Correctional Institute,durIng '
and Mole crickets can also cause exten- which
character m/worms grass caterpillars : time they would be
defect on my part.There's while the best and wisest may goes without saying-better sive damage to
loopers and mole crickets are. most pastures. They make quartered In a SUrke motel.In .
something wrong with end up as an alcoholic. government. damaging. burrows or tiny tunnels in the soil.
This burrowing loosens the soil and discussing the delay Jacobson
Armyworms are the immature the crickets disturb and cut grassroots said "The project is still go. Believe
stages of grayish-brown moths that and causes grass to thin or die it or not,the hard part is not the finan
I Equal Rights in The KitchenA can usually be seen flying late in the out completely., cing. It's making changes in the
1
afternoon in pasture and lawn areas. ,script. In spite of changes, the plot
The females Uy their eggs on the Infestation usually starts in small will still follow closely McLendon's
lot of husbands lower leaves of grasses and the larvae Isolated areas. Frequent Inspection of book which Is based on the ex-
are going drudgery" the survey showed vain effort to match up their begin to feed as soon as they hatch. the pasture should be made and spot periences his father. R.P. McLen-:
to hate us for this but the fact that eighty percent of those socks, no doubt); sixteen percent They are called armyworms because treatments started before infestation don of SUrke. during 39 years of
remains that more and more strong, silent married males clean the they often move In large numbers becomes widespread. This practicenot employment with the prison system. I
housebroken males aroundthe stoop to such low brow talegarbage refrigerator from one area to another in search of only saves Insecticides. but also A number of prison Inmates,as well
country are taking more as taking out the not, as Dagwood would do food. They tend to select grasses that prevents extensive injury to the as residents of Bradford and Union
and ; "clean out" the refrigerator), are well fertilized and maintained.For grass counties, will be used as extras in I;
more responsibility for and that's all. :I
not
.. and fourteen far crowd scenes during the
percent go so filming.
carrying out menial tasks as to clean the successful control and to pre- The only materials cleared for use I
around the house. Forty-one percent don an oven. vent extensive damage treatment on pasture for mole crickets are

apron and wash the dinner And there you have it must be made when the worms are Dyl x,toxaphene or malathion baits. Kiwanis Club Heart
A recent conducted dishes Fresh baits should be late
survey ; thirty-seven percent ladies. Is husbanJamong mail. applied lathe
by nosey advertising agency make-up the beds; thirty- your afternoon when there Is evidenceof Tom Sawyer'house
those docile
showed that: three domesticswho There are several materials that mole crickets activity near the surface -
percent load the grab the business end of a can be applied to grasses that should of the soil. Baits should be applied Program Explained
Fifty-six percent of the men washing machine (but the broom without so much as a control armyworms. Carbaryl at the rate of 20 to 30 pounds per

questioned admit par- survey didn't mention who mumble behind the ,(Sevin) can be applied to the pasture acre. Bob Page a staff member 01 Tom

ticipating in grocery shopping unloads it); twenty-seven percent mustache...or does he drown without removal livestock.Use bet- Sawyer House on U.s. 301 south. was

for the family. And thirty-two risk: housemaid's knee by out the vacuum cleaner with an ween to one wettable and one-half powder to 2 in pounds enough of Bradford #35, F&AM pest tweak at the Klwanls Club

percent make a shopping trip cleaning the bathroom; "deleted expletives", water for sufficient coverage of one To Have Fish Fry funded! program, dtecu"1"for tW federally

to the neighborhood twenty-three percent court everytime find him hiding acre of pasture. youth involve-
super- you On this Friday, August IS, the ment.'I
market three or more times a hayfever by dusting the furniture behind the sports page? Masonic Lodge Bradford 135 will
weekIn ; twenty-three percent Materials like Annals methox- have a special family night, a Fish The project Is under the supervision '
dry the dishes;i.twenty-one What would Dear Abby say yeholor canaalsonbe methyl Fry dinner starting at 7:00: P.M. of the Corner Drug Store In
the area of "household percent sort the laundry (in a to that? parathion by a Masons and their families are Invited Gainesville and Is also partly funded
farmer with a private pesticide ap- Later on,three Masons will F rein the Foster Home Division of
tats
pUcalors permit There Is a waiting .
I J period of seven to fifteen days between
application: of these materials Page said there are currently seven
CROPi and grazing or cutting hay. CPR CourseAt residents at the Tom Sawyer House '
Cot
L located in the former Lavern Outlaw
SINCE HospitalA
i Even though they don't come I Insuch home.The young people come mainly
mi p" large numbers other grass Cardlo Pulmonary Resuscitation from home situations that are not condusive -
caterpillars can also be damaging. course will be offered at Bradford to good youth development
These worms are usually more County Hospital Tuesday Aug. MLTours. the speaker said
lender than and they Aug. 21.Tuesday Aug. :28Thursday and e1vo"use prograTHgrSSTto

1 j pN a08 G. FERGUSON JOHN M.MILLER move In a looping armyworms manner by bumpIng Aug. 28 from 7 to 10 p.m.sponsored becomelnvolved In W hours con,
by the Klwanls Club. marshy work
their bodfes.-Thelr color varies with the aim of the staff :
Publisher from to to brown For further particulars call Steve at been to "have them become paid

hWI.........""-4er..........as--4 cr-.MMr.rtM PM OWc M Stwfc,H..wades Art d Mwck.t. 1119 black cream or orange.blue-gray Large black Udwblte 9(44953. employees of private business -

/ the larvae spot is appear hilly extended.when the body of According to a recent poll. sThe l0 Mans will bold their Ira+
& 25 million Americans or $? :;: at the Starke Golf
"'- ...... ,. ..
.. .. Control of these worms Is the same about 11 percent 'run orJ04 The lerialn tIonaJ District MCexivendom
as .nnywomna. Again, treatment regularly. Will be beId
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Miss Valerie Pabst --- ... ._'
Honored fitBridesmaids


Miss Valerie Pabst Breakfast, whose mar- ff/w flJodat / I
riage to Brad Carter was an event of f1Jide4L.
Saturday, breakfast honored at abridesmald'i .
on that nFostesses -

were her sisters, Mrs. glaJ" mool, efTti
ft } 1 t11 Marlon Harrington of Ormond Beach ,
Mrs.John Clark of Tallahassee, Mrs. 1 Socl.l, IJ lo,, /fir Fte ,ewJ.'t
Gary Stowe of Atlanta and Mrs. AI .
Cooke of Jacksonville. 964.7608 '
The dining table was centered with .
a crystal triple bud vase filled with
and - - - - -- - - - - - -
roses down the length of the table
were pink and white rosebuds.-
The 14 guests enjoyed eggs benedict Wedding Couple Two Bride-elects Shower Honorees 1
and were each given a miniature hoya Honored RecentlyA
plant in a white lace holder as a Misses Cindy Edwards and Diana orange, brown and yellow floral ar
/ Ta memento of the occasion. miscellaneous: shower honoring Yawn,bride-elects,were honored at a rangement.The .
y Miss Pabst'a sisters gave her. a Miss Gayle Shuford was double bridal shower Tuesday night, gift table was covered with a
'i yt rq designer eyelet baby doll gown set Mrs. Leon Starling, Mrs. Glen Star August 5, given by Mrs. Bill Starrier, lace cloth and held an arrangement of
with matching slippers for her ing and Mrs. Morris Kelley at the Mrs. Al Coston and Mrs. Betty Anne summer silk flowers.Approximately .
trousseau. home of the latter In Lawtey on July Phillips at the home of the latter on S. 35 guests attended
Among those attending were the 28.After Colley Road. ,, between the party hours.
groom's mother, Mrs. Maxie Carter, opening the gifts The refreshment table was overlaid The hostesses presented each of the
Jr. and his grandmothers, Mrs. Max- refreshments were served In the din- with a lace cloth and centered with an honorees with a solid glass water pit
ie Carter, Sr. and Mrs. Blake ing room.The table was covered witha cher as a memento of the occasion.
Jackson. lace cloth centered with a bouquetof
silk flowers which was given to the
honoree.
The hostesses presented the bride- Vote for and Elect
Homemakers Club to-be with several pieces of her
stainless as a memento.
Holding Mixed

I Craft Workshop: Miss Wanda Gayle Shuford and ,CarlHur..t
The Bradford CountyHomemaker' fiance Perry Nicula were honored at
,Club will have a mixed a dinner Thursday evening July 31,
crafts workshop Thursday,August 21, following their wedding rehearsal,
at 10 a.m.at the Agriculture Building. given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Octavian: Nicula at the Western Steer
Participants are asked to carry a l
"brown bag" lunch., Steak House. .Bradford County
.The clubs next regular meeting will Guests were seated at a U-shaped
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be held on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 10 table decorated with mixed flower arrangements Tax Collector /
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: < meetings, regardless of sex,'religion' members The 28 of guests Immediate present families were and MaraIcs the ticket for

Mr.and Mr.Scott Hicks,Jr. race or national origin. the wedding party. The honored couple -
presented their attendants with Carl HurstCarl

Cathy Schoening: and Sc Hicks, Jr. gifts. . .
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Married July 2,1'at St. Edwards Church .11

1 y l Carl Hurst is seeking office on his own merit.

Miss Catherine Ann Schoening, Nita Richardson presided 'at the I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry punch bowl which was encircled with tf: TOM
Leroy Schoening, Sr. and Earl Scott greenery. Carl Hurst: will be a knowledgeable,
Hicks, Jr., son of Jacqueline Rowe'. Dawn Schoenlng" served the CASEY
all of Starke were united in marriage' groom's chocolate cake which was Iced : courteous, impartial and Full Time
Thursday,July 31,at 8 p.m. In St.Ed- In chocolate and had yellow ;
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ward's Catholic Church with Father flowers. ,, ,i SUPERINTENDENT Tax Collector.
Martin Jung, pastor, performing the. Jimmy Schoening, the bride's
.nuptials.Mrs. brother, passed out rice bagS Ask, Ask
George Canova presented a After a wedding trip to St. OF SCHOOLS your neighbor, your friendsto

program Highlighting of nuptial the music.altar were two I Augustine residing at 830 Beach Francis the Street,Starke. help Carl Hurst Win I/I!
baskets of yellow gladiolus and carnations The bride Is employed at Santa Fe AN EXPERIENCED AND QUALIFIED PERSON *
bronze pompoms,red roses and Community College (Starke center). Thank you for your Vote and Active
: FOR
baby breath plus an oblong arrangement The groom is assistant manager for YOUR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.. *

rose bud of the vases same with flowers roses.and Bows two McDonald's Starke.' i *, a Support; for My Election

marked the family pew. ( *' Pd. Pal Adv. Pa.For By Thom,. Casey .
Herman Schoening, Jr., brother I of Trinidad Bautista,' **************************** on Sept. Sth Pd lor by Pal Ctrl Adv.Pd Hunt
the bride, best
was man. Paul Hicks,
1 the groom's brother,was usher. Dennis J. Frick -- ,
Miss Donna Lee Samons attendedas Married June 7 '.
maid of honor. She wore a floor :\
length yellow gown with three tiers of, Trinidad' Bautista"and Dennis J. '
r ftlgs)gnd I. Rf! (.tlet-"' Ideretylp.$lw.. Frick were united In marriage June 7, '4" S ) ,
wore a corsage of bronze pompoms' at?South. .Lak,,'Taho 'Chapel-,In "J' "JI'M""LIW' 'S'ON'.Oj
red roses and yellow carnations. Stateline, Nev.A : R'
Lynn Welch served as flower girl reception was held at the home el fr .
and threw out' rose and pompom Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Bautista, brother
petals. Robert Scott Hicks, the and sister-in-law of the bride.
groom's son, was ring-bearer.' The bride la the daughter of Mr.and \.
The bride,given In marriage by her Mrs. Domingo Bautista of Harbor Ci- s0', BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
father, wore a floor length white ty, Calif. She Is employed as an ac-:
layered qiana gown with chapel countant at Circle Air Freight, In San
length train and scoop neckline. The Francisco, Calif.' .'.
gown featured heavy appliques on the The groom Is'the ion of Mr. and "EM WOBICiHB FOR 1011"THE
front of the bodice and matching ap Mrs. Walter J. Frick of Starke. He Is
pliques on the sleeves and headpiece.Her employed as purchasing director for
long veil of Illusion with face veil the Bischosf Medical Supply House in
was secured to a headpiece of pearls San Francisco. LEGAL QUALIFICATIONS
and appliques. She carried a cascade The couple is residing In Alameda
arrangement of red roses, baby's Calif.'
breath and greenery. Mr. and Mrs. Frick will be visitingin OF A BOARD MEMBER
A reception was held In the church Starke from August 16 to 23. While
Fellowship Hall. Dawn Schoening,the here he will be attending meetings at
bride's sister,kept the bride's book at the Surgical Supply House in Jackson- ,
a table holding a bud vase with a ville. Setting Educational 'Goals and
yellow carnation.
'At points of Interest in the hall were
Establishing Policy
arrangements of daisies carnationsand Mr, and Mrs. David Beyers of ;
red Jacksonville spent the weekend with
'The bride's roses.table was covered witha her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' B.J. Eg- ,Making Final Decisions For The Entire Y'
lace cloth and centered with a five, gers.
tiered wedding cake decorated with SAllMrchandli Educational SystemEstablishing '' I i., .
yellow flowers and topped with a : ,
bride and groom. Encircling the cake '/, Pr/.e/ *More Relations
was a garland of greenery. Brenda IIIIAS Good Working
Seeley, Mrs. Betty Sapp and Georgia Ore.'a Gift Shop "
All
McFadden cut and served( the cake. radford Squor With The Board, Superintendent. and .
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His' Staff r

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Elect' Establishing Public Support For the, y

County's' Educational Programs. .

Homer F.

f W\>.f$' I I' HAVE WORKED DILIGENTLY WITH MY FELLOW BOARD MEMBERS AND ADMINISTRATION TON

HELP BRING, EVERY AVAILABLE DOLLAR INTO ,THE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM, BOTH STATE

HART'County l 1 AND.FEDERAL.1. THAT CAN BE SECURED.


Commissioner District 5'J I BELIEVE A BOARD MEMBER THAT WORKS HARD TO HELP DEVELOP BOARD PHILOSOPHY AND

GOALS HAD BETTER (AT ALL TIMES) STAND READY TO DEFEND THEM AND BE ABLE TO WITHSTAND

A Business' Man t r THE CRITICISMS,THAT WILL INEVITABLY,COME FROM THOSE WITH OPPOSITE VIEWS, '


'An, Active; Christian MY "OMLY CAMPAIGN PROMISE TO YOU"IS

A Concerned Taxpayer

TO INSURE THAT THE CHILDREN OF BRADFORD COUNTY RECEIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE EDUCATIONAL ,

BACKGROUND SO WHEN THEY ASSUME THEIR ROLE (ALONG WITH US) IN SOCIETY.. ,
I have owned, operated and maintained heavy .... ,. THAT, ,, .

equipment. I I know the capital outlay to obtain '

of to you the tax 'L ( JHEl WLL RUDI
this type, service, payer. i: : ?, IE :;>

I feel.that with my Knowledge, of business' ;;,and
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equipment I could serve as your CountyCommissioner : ;; .1 RE-ELECT AND ,SUPPORT .};;
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Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Celebrate Golden AnniversaryMr. Is

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Mr. and Mrs. Emory Crib I aM Mr.
and Mrs. William Mills of Morrlstown
; Mrs. Ataneta Dugan and
William Alvarez of Ocala; Mrs.
Peggy Garner pf Leesburg; Mr. and
Mn. SIeve Tilley and son of Orange'
i Park; Mrs. Ann Goodman of Savannah
Mrs. Agnes Heath andMrs.
GLouise Mack of Fort LauderApproxlmately -

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'i4ti f 250 guests t attended
a } between the hours of three and five
r r: i o'clock.

Mr.and Mrs.Pat Bourgeois Debbie Kite,

Joan Hinson Shower HonoreeMiss

Pat Bourgeois Debbie Kite, whose marriageto
Married June 14 Billy Vaughn will be an event of
Sept 13, was complimented at a
i iro Joan Estella Hinson of Gainesville bridal shower Friday night,August I,
daughter of Henry B. Hinson and the given by Mrs. Wayne Blankenshlp,
late Juanita Hinson of Hampton and Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson, Mrs.John A.
v Gary Patrick"Pat" Bourgeois,son of Reddish, Mrs. LaMar Williams and
Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Bourgeois of Mrs. Edwin Williams at the home of
Gainesville were united in marriage the latter on Church Street.
Saturday. June 14, at a garden wed- .. The refreshment table was covered
ding at Thomas Center Park In Turtle .. b with a linen embroidered cloth and
Court, Gainesville,with Rev. Randall centered with an arrangement of
+mlbo Stout performing the nuptials.Mr. Mr.ud Mrs Ftttx Sapp summer flowers flanked by pink
Bourgeois attended his son as Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp celebrated: Mrs. Robert Duke, Mrs. Julia Berrier. candles In silver candelabras. Silver
best man. their 50th wedding anniversary SUn- Mrs. Josephine Basford. Mrs. trays held nuts and mints.
Miss Alma Tomlinson attended her day. August 3, at a reception at their Doris McKunian. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mrs. Robert Ward, sister of the
sister as maid of honor. She wore a home on Raiford Road. Reyes and family and Mrs. Lorena bride-elect, poured punch- at a
long pale green dress and carried a Highlighting points Interest in the Dyal of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. separate table.
single yellow rose. home for the occasion: were arrangements Glen C. Conner of Orlando; Doyle One game was played and the prize
The bride,given in marriage by her ... of yellow daisies and Conner and Mrs. Lowell Woodham won by the honoree's mother, Mrs.
father, wore an off-white long satin pompoms and yellow candles silver and daughter of Tallahassee; Mr.and Marlene Hughley.
dress with V-neckline and long lace candelabra*. Mrs. Tommy Chastain and slaughterDr. The hostesses presented the
sleeves. She carried two long stemmed Mrs. F.J.Shaw. Mrs. P.D. Reddish and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger, Mr. anslMrs. honoree with crystal cake plate as a
i yellow roses. and Mrs. W.C.Conner of Jacksonville Charles A. Bostic. and Mr. and memento of the occasion. '
The couple is living In Gainesville greeted the guests at the door and Mr. Mrs. Steve Weaver of Gainesville;
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Allea Alvarei. where the groom is an architect and and Mrs. Sapp stood in the receivingline. See Page I'''.
the bride is an RN at the VA Hospital. .

Mrs. Wayne Sapp kept the guest
Kristin Frledlln and Alvarez book at a round table covered: < with a
Gregory Stacey Reddish lace cloth and held a gold compotewith
Celebrates BirthdayStacey yellow daisies. 1' 1 1 1a 1s 1w
Repeat Vows Aug. 2 In KeystoneMiss The cake table was covered with an
Reddish celebrated her 12th alecon lace and linen cloth and was
birthday Saturday, August 9. at a centered by an arrangement of yellow
Kristin Louise Friedlin and of yellow and white daisies In her hair swim party given by her parents, Mr. roses shasta daisies and leather leaf ;#|.eai 8uifliSioiiifev; |
Gregory Allen Alvarez repeated and carried a yellow daisy bridal bou and Mrs.John A.Reddish at the home fern. At one end of the table was a.
special marriage vows to each otherat quet.Matron of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish. three tiered pillared cake decorated
a wedding ceremony in the of honor was Mrs. Nancy The 14 girls enjoyed games with with yellow and white daisies and topped
Keystone Heights Community Church: Friedlin Adams, who wore a long prizes going to Erika Gruen. Kelhe with the figure 50". In betweenthe
yellow gingham gown with a white Baldwin and Kim Brown followed miniature bud
on Saturday. August 2,at 8 p.m. by layers were rose
The bride is the daughter of Rev. eyelet apron trimmed in yellow the serving of refreshments. corsages. At the other end of the table.
and Mrs. Buddy Friedlin of Keystone flowers. She wore a ring of daisies in Assisting were Mrs. Wayne punch was served from silver punch : MStttiXliB-v
Heights. The bridegroom is the son of her hair and carried a yellow and Blankenship, Mrs. Edwin Williams. bowl encircled with fern and yellow
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez of white daisy bouquet Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. pompoms.
Starke. Bridesmaids were Lisa Alvarez, Ruth Reddish.Tommy and Doug Reddish Cutting the cake at Intervals were
The bride's father. Rev. Buddy Sandra Alvarez, Kathy Dautel. Kathy and Lorna Leasure. Mrs.Eina Schaffer.Mrs.Dewey Warren
Friedlin. conducted the at the church Hastings and Kitty Bowers. They Mrs. S.E. Reyes Mrs. Agnes
altar which was decorated with wore identical gowns and headpiecesas Heath, Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Mrs. Loran a
baskets of daisies, greenery and two the matron of honor, and carried Robin Elder Conner, Mrs. Luther Jackson and
candelabra. The bride accepted her identical bouquets. Shower HonoreeRobin Mrs. J.C. Sapp. Presiding at the,
great-grandmother's wedding Flower girl Suzanne Sanders scat punch bowl were Mrs. Edith Hut-
band from the bridegroom in the tered daisy petals down the church aisle Elder whose marriage to cheson. Mrs. Carlton Chastain, Mrs.
ceremony. to the altar. Ron Gilmore was an event of August Marcus: Conner Mrs.W. E.Tilley and
Mra Elizabeth Nail and Jimmy Mr. Harold Alvarez served as hision's 9, was honored at a surprise luncheon Mrs. W.C. Conner. Also assistingwere .
Alvarez provided wedding music. best man.Ushering and bridal shower Thursday noon, Mrs. Drew Reddish. Mrs.
The bridegroom sang "Annie's were Brad and Mark August given by the Bradford County Charles Hutcheson and Mrs. Linda $ioti; jl
Song"to his bride as she walked down Friedlin, Jimmy Alvarez. John Arthur Telegraph staff at the office lunch Johns.
the aisle, accompanied by her two Reddish and Ken Thompson.The room. Among the out-of-town guests were
brothers. Mark and Brad Friedlin. wedding reception was held in Centering the luncheon table was a ..*Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Conner Mr. and
Miss Friedlin, appearing in her the church fellowship hall, decoratedwith beautiful blue, white and yellow cake. .i.
mother's wedding gown,was given in yellow and white daisies.' 15 staff members enjoyed the occa -- ,
her brothers. A three-tiered white wedding cake sion. .cBILL
marriage by two .
dress white white with cascading yellow daisies and
Her
wedding ,a on
candles featured the bride's .
was on
embroidered organdy gown featured 'L. Y' "
table. Mrs. Elizabeth Nail made the J' : GUNTER
a short chapel train. She wore a ring .
wedding cake, and also cut the cake.
The punch table was decorated with Paula Joiner '
Janine ..' ','. .
Willingham the bride's colors and flowers and Celebrates 16th v. .
Bruce ManningTo featured finger foods and the punch Candidate "
bowl. Birthday ,
Wed 16
August The bride's book was attended by Misses Terrie Massey and Vickie
Mary Janine Willingham and Stephanie Richardson.The Carver gave a surprise birthday party United
James Bruce Manning, Jr. will be wedding reception was given Friday night. August 8, for Paula States Senate
united in marriage Saturday August for the couple by Gloria Redfearn, Joiner on her 16th birthday, held at
16. at 8 p.m. at Brooker Baptist :Susan Edwards, Betsy Minor, Betty the home of Mr.and Mrs.J.T.Carver.
Church with a reception following in Walker. Sylvia Sanders. Mickey The 20 guests included Paula's
the church Fellowship Hall. Boney and Kay Mizell. parents. Mr.and Mrs. Donald Brooksof BH Center U.S. Senate candidate. was hem to Jacksonville and reared oa a dairy farm outside Live
All friends and relatives invited After wedding to South Ponte .
are a trip Lawtey.The
Oak. Hi attended Suwannee County pubac cleats ad Bit / tf
University Florida. BUI Gunter served In tin
to attend. Vedra Beach, the couple is residing in group enjoyed swimming and
Starke where she is an instructor at refreshments at the Starke Golf and U.S. Army MfIre heglnaing. an earl caner as a tucker to Sewannee Elementary and Orlando Edgewattr I
Kathy Hardenbergh St. Marks Day School and he is an Country Club. Hgh Ie....... Ht elected.to MM State Saatt>km the Orlando ana((1965-1972)).served one tarn as a
Shower HonoreeMiss agriculture teacher at Bradford High Central Florida Congressman ((1173-1974)) and! has bees State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner

School. since 1971.! iii Gunter poked 1.' mesa tots. to eara the.. .JOB..!>> to 1978.! more than any candidate. far any
Kathy Hardenbergh. whose state. afflca to Florida Mstary.
marriage to Greg Riherd will be an
event of August 23, was honored at a
bridal shower Saturday August 9, Re.Elect DAVE
given by Mrs. Dean Norman. Mrs. Today Bit Center la travel*? Florida and addressing. the Issue af the 83's and the need for effective
Joe Hitchcock,Mrs.Jessie Myers and leadership to Hw.. United Slates Senate. .Kara an U Burner's positions en a few key Issues before the
Mrs. Gloria King at the home of the ShufordCounty velars this election. year
latter on Gene Drive. .
The refreshment table was covered
with a white linen cloth and centered '. __' Y' Commissioner
with a yellow and white floral ar
rangement. Punch was served from DMrlrt I TOg ECONOMY: "We mast .bring Ill at101 undo control No rfs. no ands. no buts. It means an ongoing :
one end of the table. :.""' f Continue To Fledge Businessman commitment. Iscal Integrity, a reduction of the federal debt and disciplined control of expenditures."
Among the 20 guests attending between
To
the hours 3:30 and 5 p m was 11- Approach County Government. NATIONAL PtFtMSE: ".wo do set .toy enough. gees surely Mere.. wM be aa butter. We must Increase

:Mrs Joyce Riherd.mother of the pro tno deteme. budget re-estabtsk.. a conventional. military deterrent and revitalize" our Intelligence
peclive groom. .
The hostesses presented the I Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote capabmes.

honoree with the butter dish to hereleryd.ay .rorem AFFAIRS: "It's Ba* to plant Me. .... ... sand a clear massage to enemies and allies alike
china memento of the And
as a Support
occasion. that we mean what we say wine. we say .It*

HUMAM RESOURCES: "Aa economic polcy that tkrows working Americans late un.mploym.nllnt.1a
Doris Lamb, ..o eceoemte policy at aJL ire a prescription for Mflooal bankruptcy."

Bill TemplinTo VOTE -TUs safe is being whipsawed betwtes .the autor. multinational.. on companies the IntorMttesaled .:

Wed August 18 i cartel r* time to roan same of these protts to the people who are paying .the Ms and
The family of Doris Lamb wife of STEVESIMMONS deveioa premising anti.111" sources SKI as solar energy.
the late Victor S. Lamb of Starke.proudly
announce the approaching marriage HEALTH CASE: "..mss of dolan call bo. sawed far consumers each and every year N the U.S. Senate ..
of their mother. Doris to wH sweet the lobbyists out of the. corridors and enact effective cast containment laws.
William (Bill) Templin of Hampton. '
son of Mr. and Mrs.Freeman Reed of FEOEA L'EUCauCY- 'w. must maintain. a cap a* the. growth. of .the federal bureaucracy and
Hampton.The throw art eaeecessary paperwork .that adds to the cost of doing business." ,
wedding will take place at the COLLECTOR
First Baptist Chuch Monday. August ELM i DTOBTMFFCDreg trafficking to Florida has reached: epidemic proportions. The only message that a
18. at 2 p.m.. with the Rev. Ben posaer eoderstands Is delvered ay a lodge passing/ .....Ke."

Bryant rectoryAll .officiating the ceremony in his Think About It! It's Your Money. Put

friends and relatives are cordially Someone In The Tax Collectors Office Who
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Page 8A TELEGRAPH August 14, ItI80rCi1JU,1jJJHampton -

HilightSInDHj!! i : S Community News ,. I

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Oehron of Tallahassee, and Mr.
By Phone Dolores 46s-Meng 1915 Mrs. James Oliver of Ormond noon service 3 p.m. REv. Eddie First Born Church of the Living Labor Day CeiebratluonBradford- ..,
Robinson, pastor of Pleasant Grove Gods Tuesday Bible Study. Friday Union Guidance Clinic supervisor of ..i-' ..-..1.i".
Coupon and Refund Club MospltalliedMrs. j Baptist Church In Keystone Heights, Tarrying Service 7:30.: Sunday School the alcoholic program, Ms. Carolyn .
On Saturday August 1C, at 1 p.m. Margaret Crawford will preach.All members are asked to 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Brown Spooner, will be Labor Day
the Hampton Coupon and Refund went back surgery recently to cooperate with the activity. Evening Worship 6 p.m.d speaker for the Annual Bradford r.'.;:;It;
Club will meet In the City Hall. Those Alachua General Hospital. Her Ebeiener Baptist Churchi: Aux- Church: of God of Prophecy t Sunday County Christian Missionary and t
attending are requested to bring number Is 454. iliary week will be observed beginning School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Literary Society, This activity will be' 'V rt _:!
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Mrs. David Meng was hos Friday at 7:30: with preaching 6 presented at Ebezener Baptist :
along food and miscellaneous: coupons ser 11 a.m. Evening Worship p.m. .
and refund forms In excess of those for surgery last Friday at of vice. Saturday at 7:3O: thee will be a Church on Monday Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. ."
planned to be used. Others attendingmay County Hospital. Musical Program. Sunday School Community Day Care: Applications The purpose of the program will be ::"ato
be able to use these. On hand at Mrs. Mary Williams I 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. The are being taken for students point out the necessity of workingfor ctz
this meeting will be a large supply of recuperated sufficiently to activity will terminate at 3 p.m. entering Day Care for the first time. a living and working for spiritual I
coupons and refund forms free for the periodically as Postmistress. The Victory Temple Church of God: The Day Care Is operating under Title growth. I
taking and exchanging. Mrs. Edith You are invited to worship with us xx Grant There are provisions made The offering will go toward helping ;
Smith and Mrs. Carolyn Slater are Birthdays each Saturday at 12 noon.Directionsturn -' ''for low income children If they persons in need. Everyone is welcome d
hoping for a big turnout at this Among those celebrating August east on 225. cross railroad qualify. to this activity. '
birthdays were Jennie Rhea, her second
meeting. tracks, take dirt road on the
Mike Mowry. Gene Joyner left and go about 2 blocks. Robert

Principal Connie School Days Clark announcesthe celebrated Dolores Meng.her 13th Robyn birthday Auston assistant, Jr.pastor., pastor, John Burch, r************************** :
August 11. Tom Cunningham was Church of God In Christ Revival 3
beginning of school at Hampton
25 at years old on August 11.Eddie in progress and will end Friday night HE-ELECT
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Elementary on Monday August .
was 14 on August 12, David
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13.Sunday
with bus schedules theaameas Aug. h .
8:30 a.m.
last year.Registration. turned 10 on August 12. School 9:30: Morning Worship i ,t ." ; *
Branham was 6 years old on 11 with the Missionaries *
of new students will a.m. .
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take place the week of August 18 12. ) presiding. 5:30: p.m. YPWW.Evening!: 'I!' jI. f; : TOM CASEY' t.:.

through birth certification from 8:30 until and 3 immunization p.m. Proper Mr. and Mrs.Reunion Jerry Wadsworth, Worship 7:30.Greater: : ..: : "i

forms should accompany those and family attended the Waldo Allan Chapel AME!: .
registering. Reunion on Saturday. They Church: The annual Men Day activity SUPERINTENDENTOF
Teacher Planning Days will take the pot luck dinner and auction will terminate Sunday beginning t.
place from August 18 to 22. cakes and homemade items. with Sunday School at 10 a.m. =: '&\\113 SCHOOLS
The Hampton Christian School dancing was held on the tennis Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Elder
opens on September 2 at 8:30: a.m. Jerry, Sr. and Jody provided Sampson White Free Canaan True i
entertainment for this event. Church of God in Unity and congregation -
GratitudeMr. Jerry Wadsworth, Jr. spent will be present. Rev. B.J. =: LET MY EXPERIENCE CONTINUE TO WORK FOR
and Mrs. Wallace Collins wishto
Williams and congregation from St *
week with his cousin, Scott
thank all those who responded with at Vilona Beach. Luke's in Alachua will be present. THE BEST EDUCATION FOR OUR CHILDREN.
concern, assistance, food and prayers : Dinner will be served immediatelyafter
Last Wednesday,Justin Jerry,
following the sickness and death of their 3 service.There will be :
and Jody accompanied morning a Pd.
Pol. Adv.
Pd.
her mother Mrs. Vera Oliver. For By Thomas Casey *
All members are askedtomcooperate.
Among out of town visitors atten- Waldo mother, for Mrs.a day Madge of fun at Sullivan ..a**************************! MS*
ding Mrs. Oliver's funeral on August near Ocala.
13 were Mr. and Mrs. David Earnest
of Venice, Mr. and Mrs. Donny Knox
LakeScott
of Ga., Mr. Steven Hampton
Fayetteville Clark is home after
Earnest and Miss Diane Fox of SWITCH TOEVERYDAY
the summer training and
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim
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Gehron and sons, Danny, Jimmy and Pompano ,1
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81 -, .''Well ,. .. ,
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Mr.and Mrs.Forest(Red) Lamdi
Elisabeth Tarry and and Bin. Kelly
Mr.and Mrs.Edward Broofcer Whaley, of Tampa
Phone 78M3MN ;children Tracey Melissa and Mr*. Henry Smith on Tuesday night. the program. Their daughter, Marthe Luke of Halbrann Spring,. were celebrated their twelth wedding BuL anniversary
Sharon of Richton. Mlis., spent two The Good News Club,,of the I'intBapU.t ,remained for a visit with Mr.and guests of Lynn Bocb's motber, Mr*. Saturday t August, at
Smith' foster daughter, Gold Head State Partu They
PERSONALSMr. weeks with their parent, Mr. and Church, conducted their program Mr* Henry Dalay and their grandmother, Mary
and Mrs. George Smith of Mrs. Edward Lee Massey and son, Thursday night.There were 78 Lisa Starling. Mr*. tie Wilkinson and aunt, Mr*., day with their daughter Mrs.
Mrs. ,
Chucky
After visit with their mother Coratbor and her sons
Jacksonville and heir slster-ln-law It was good and enjoyedby a .
Smith drove Bruce. present. very the program Joyce Futch in Blackshear Ga., on Daisy Boch. ''and Mr*. Micky and Billy, of Lake Butler,
Mrs. Henry to Richmond We are happy to report: that. all. After Mrs; Teresa Patterson.
Va. on Thursday and broughther Truman Norman came through refreshment of cake and punch were. Friday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Linda Adkins, of Starke. were theirmother' swimming and plcnicing. Clance of
husband,Mr. Henry Smith home served. ton Futch stopped by on their way DeVore, dinner Mr. and Mrs. Mike ,
surgery okey on Friday.Our prayer visited their Miss ,. Mi* John visited their aunt,
and home and aunt Keystone Height,
by way of Savannah, Ga. They arrived are with him. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Smith guests Sunday. Mr*. DeVore1 '
home Sunday night. Mr.Smith In- Mr. and .Mrs. Gaston Smith of children from Jacksonville came Elizabeth Terry. her daughter, mother Mrs.R.H.Putch,1*spending Mr*..Pierce Crew on Thursday' afterOOI1. -
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lured his back. Our are with Jacksonville of their down for the program. TbelrdoUgherl. Mrs. Joyce Bennett with her.
prayers were guest, sometime :
Miss Diane Bennett, Miss Linda Hale Mr*. Marian Hall of Jacksonville
him. brotIIer.and sister-in-law/Mr. and .Faith and Robann were In Mr. and Mr*. Cecil Dobbs.of Huntsville
and Nina Cathy MuU of Children sometime visited her sister, Mrs. O.J. Andersfor
111110 Jt spending
Ala., are
Home, Bristol, Tenn., are spendingtwo their Mr. and Mr*.Arlie. a few day
week here with relative ana with parents ,
friends. attended service at the Dobbs.
They
and
of Lake City
Phil Eunice
Church on Sunday mor
First Baptist
vlsita
their
Starke,
,of
Julius Eunice
Ile favored us
ELECX ning. MIA Diane Bennett
Harold Eunice
Mr
with a special during the service. parent Mr.and Cent from 8AMore
Friday morning.Mr. page
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and Mr. on
of
and Mr*. Vernon Starling, are .pending and Mr BUrnell Wilkeraon, of
guests
RICHARD W. Saturday p.m.
ODQW their vacation in the mountain Texas, were '
Dobb
;"."., Mr*. D.O.Brown and her daughter, Mr.and Mrs. Arlie.. Thompson
J Mr. and Mr* Danny
1\\: Mrs Sandy Thomas, of Jacksonville, Kevin and Brian 01JacksonvlUewen
SCHOOL BOARD other and sons
: went to Tampa after her Saturday dinner'gue.is Hi-Lights:
DISTRICT"3 ./ :' .daughter, Shawna who spent two of their mother Mrs. Fred ;Hampton,
'. week with Mr. and Mrs. Larry week
\ Moore. They are spending this he -
Husted. near Miami. Last week accompanied
'I".H"., f i 'j Mr.and Mr J.S.Waters and family at Kingsley Lake. '. Dobb of his parent Mr.and Mr*.Connie
moved to -Fltsgerald, Ga. on Mr. and Mrs. CaseY Clark and sister Amy, to Little
their parents.Mr.
August 4th.. We are sorry to have Jacksonville, visited Rock Arkansas.There they acquired
We need another good decision maker on our'School them leave us. We,will miss them and Mrs.Arlie Dobbs on Friday. three thoroughbred horse to make
community.: afternoon. the trip more worthwhile.
from our .
Franklin Starling and
Board Lynn Each of Alachua, Miss Lynn Mr.and Mrs. Friday
family, of Bryceville were .
Hindi BirthdaysTimmy
and her sister,
The job will be"'done with an open mind, a receptive ear ,Whaley. overnight and Mrs Fleam guests Starling.of their parents",Mr... with Slater family clebrated and friends his 9th enjoy-birthday -

and a positive attitude. S ; Bunt (Elmer) Crews.at Montgomery : Ing his decorated cake and other

You will know where I stand on'issues, STEVE ,SIMMONS) 1 : Mrs. C.K.,-:Ala.Crews. .visited, on Sunday his mother after I' refreshments.Melissa Williams. ,celebrated her


Help me work,,to. make our'School System'Progress' rvX :;uIIEIt tr, I. noon.Robbie Wilklson.' son of Mr. and 12th the birthday Brown on Derby August Restaurant 11 by diningat in

Education IS Essential!!! PA Pol.A....PoKf lot; k HkNwJ Odwn . .. .I: Mrs.week with Donald his WiUUson grandparent Jr.', Land Gainesville Another day with Melissa her sister celebrated, Renee.by

Mr Norman.*. Donald Padgett Wilktaum reunloowaa Sr. held dining Gainesville.with her' mother at Morrison'sIn

at Highland Missionary Baptist 'Mrs.Cathy Williams celebrated her
.Church on Sunday.There were lots of
birthday on August 12 with a family
and of good food.
PANTRY SLOW people-.- _there...1 Mrs li plenty,U llv.vU1lMl. feast.
V v 4
their'bb.--hi.b.U;: ; A.P Hallman In ,Visitors

Alachua General Hospital Mr*. Betsy Meng, Dana and
Gainesville,on Wednesday. Michael, and Mr*. Phyllis McClure
PRICES\i Miss Billie Doreen Wilson spent five Kasey and Ryan, left Saturday for
days In South Carolina on her vacation. their homes in St. Petersburg and
;. .. .. A Tampa after spending the week.
SAVE== Mr. and Mr*. Cecil and Hardee sister visited Mr.. visiting their parents, Mr. and Mr*.
their brother-in-law Paul Meng and family,-and other
and Mr*.Oscar Vanzant,of Callahan, relative and friends here.
on Thursday .- Mr. and Mr*.John Manker of Tam-
HYGRADE t 111" YOU CAnT.HOT Ray Wilson Beach spent with five day Mia at Erin Indatlantlc pa visited Mr. and Mr*. Paul Meng

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and on Tuesday.
family
r BUY BETTER Braswell.: Mr. and Mr*. Francis Meng spent
Chism, of
G.W.
Rev. and Mrs. Busch Gardens
weekend visiting
'WHY PAYMORiE7 Mr. and Mr*. the
.SO Maniac, Ga., visited at Tampa, Rlngllng Museum and
DOGS Cecil Hardee on Sunday afternoon. Museum of Antique Cars and Music at
and Mr Hem IS Kelly visited
Mr. On Saturday they visited
Sarasota.
their cousin,Carr Colley,at Macclen-:' the famous 'Shell Factory at Fort
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ny on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Myers and Sanlbel Beach near there.
I LB and Mrs. Charles Starling and
12o* Before going to Clewlston they took
a LB AVG. family spent their vacation In the tour through the Corkscrew

't. ... ,. 1 .9' : Bryson Mr. and N.C.Mr*. Dale, E. Mitchell- and Swamp In the Everglades.

ULM ; family of Castlewood. Va., Mr. and .
gPACKAGaE' .OFF Camping Trip '
S. 8'7P <,2,9 Mr*. Jim Mitchell of Jacksonville On a recent weekend Martin, Joe
of
McCombs
Mr. and Mr*. Andrew John,Mike and Chris Meng enjoyed a
Lawtey,Rev.and Mr*.Lester Austin trip to Steinhatchee where
.SAVE 30. : 8TARKI8T E' : and daughter, also of Lawtey Mr. camping took
20. A i LB SAVE 30 they captured) some crabs.They t
SAVE Mr
Ricks of Starke "
and Mr* Billy the
? : 3>6; ''CHUNK LIGHT,; Jr ::: .Randy Blom and children, Mrs: Iris .a swim la the.Suwanee. River on ItRattle.na
_.- vISSA1..w' .. "'rSeRae !lift Kllll;PHKCCOOOOTHtt: **f1'. cJa:14IHWI _''-TS. 1R TCINA"6.3o :-' Pemdarvis. Giles Mitchell of Lawtey way home. <
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= <: Miss Martha Smith of.Starke Among those who killed rat
5.S gathered at the home of Mr.and Mr*. tlesnakes at their homes recently

"'WATER ill Bill Dobbs and Christina, honoring were Paul Friese Harold Crawford,
: OR OIL their brother and family from Meng and Gene Joyner.
Castlewood,Va.Everyone had a good Paul
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Did You'Know 'RE-ELECT : :;:- '
them .. '
Davis of Mrs. Gladys Edward returned
Joshua and Robbie Mr. and Mn. DR. Anderson of

Mr. and Mn. A.i. Eaves were Sun- Gainesville\ spent Tuesday to Thursday Monday after three weeks visit with Savannah,, Ga. and nephew, Shawn
of last week with their uncle and her son and daU htel'-ln-lac Mr. and Anderson of Andalusia Ala. were
day August 3, of
guests Mr. and .
Mr
Jack Griffin In St. Augustine.Miss aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson. Mrs, Wayne Edwards In ..' visiting her parents,. Mr. and Mn. TOM CASEV!
Texas. Frank Palmer Jr and the senior

Vicky Turner of Belle Glade .Mrs.Mrs Dorothy David G.Stevenson Scott and of daughter Decatur' EAtS Palmers over the weekend. ;

and Lin Gillls of Pahokee are visiting MwrdMndlMUUA'I. Barney McRae returned Saturday
Ga. are visiting Mrs. Scott's son-in- SUPERINTENDENT }
her mother Mrs. Janet Turner and law and daughter Dr. and Mrs. O.L. ....i, Prise a Moro after three weeks visit with his son.in- .
family this week.' Haynes Jr. this week. Mrs. Haynes law and daughter Mr. and Mn. Ira ':" = .
SCHOOLS
) and guests visited Disney World on Drool lout Shopru4tor4ti Wells In GulfBreese., They were joined OF n-:'
last week by Mrs. Marian Conner
AllVtPriMSiMor Tuesday and Wednesday.SAU imt* '
M.rch.ndise. and daughter Margaret of Orlando I PROMISE. PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP F0l :
Capt. and Mrs. John 'Myers of who returned with Mr. McRae. for *

UlLA't Kingstoy Lake had as weekend guests! several days visit. QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL CITIZENS ,OF .
Dr...tOW Shop. Mere./. / Dr. and Mrs. Graham' King of.Te- SALEMsrhsdl.e =:

iwritord Square 'Ao Prtc.a More quests Fla. BRADFORD .COUNTY; -. : .
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tllt.A'SDre. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conner and %Pr+c.a Mar.t5HA'S ",a.
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Miss Adrienne Barry returned ShopsradiordSqu.r.
family of Jacksonville were last Tues Pd. Poi Attf !d. For By Tltom..,C.ao" L r I!
after six weeks *
Saturday a teachingjob Drool :
at Wilderness Southeast In Savan- day Carver.guests, of Mr. and. Mn. J.T. .......a..G..Square Sh.p ****************** ****** j

nah Ga. She was accompanied home x
by Misses Cindy Ocel and Mary \ ,. r
Evans of Jacksonville for the
weekend.The family and guests had a ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFERII'. \ cit.: '
dinner party at the Barry cottage on 'TWICE THE PRINTS Get an extra set of film- }ii
Kingsley Lake on Sunday. CK IVAs every roll of color or black and white print ;:

developed and printed... TODAY,AND EVERYDAY, .j!
Mrs. L.A. Canova and sister Mrs. TWICE THE.FILM Get two rolls of print film fof the 'c
Blanche Otto of Seminole returned .
,III., '
price of one Kodacolor or black and white when you
and Saturday Mrs.after G.C.10 days Alderman visit with Mr.in W.fill Medicaid proscription We also honor most fir have your film processed Eckerd's....TODAY ANDu' g

Baltimore. Md. Enroute home Mrs. insurance proscription drug programs. Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist. EVERYDAY. '.

Otto stopped off at Outer Banks.N.C. 111..111.. .... l'I'I Ie $
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LIMIT 1 b SOLARCAINE LOTION r> ECKERD

C Mrs. Beverly Blackshear spent last n *mf\ 6-oz.bottle,relieves .,. PENCILS 119'1 i" :f' : : .: .

1 Monday to Thursday visiting Mrs. .. / 29 sunburn pain., 1/HI. 0 O P *of 6. : ,I. ;
C E.B. Work and Mr. and Mrs. Ben 67' LIMIT 1 T or ,4. t $
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Denison In Orlando.
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J Mrs. Lenore Foster of KIngsley REVLON NATURAL WONDER BIG SUPER SAVER
C Lake has gone to her home in Barr Pack of 10,medium Ii
BIG LASH MASCARA
nard, Vt. for two months. 9ge point, REG $1 79 'of .0_ 't
_m \ Assorted shade Price II'
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Edwards received her
Susan Lynne j
degree in Education and Kathy Sue I Rea 1.95 LIMIT 1 LIQUID PAPER ; I: .;0
PERSONNA
Locke received her degree in Educa- If***** 5-oz..non-to :loraVV .
correction fluid. ...
tion after the Spring quarter graduation RAZOR "b" W .
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REQ. $ .29 Fi
from FSU. a ORAL B DENTAL FLOSS Pa< .

BLADES 50-yardswaxodor l+s WIREBOUND [ + ;,,,.. ;: ;.u.' "
unwaxed LIMIT
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish and Double edge,pack of 1 ; '
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family were vacationing last week in 5 blades. LIMIT 1 & ..
North and South Carolina and also 27770ru"droR .
visited Mr. and Mn. Glen Reddish In "
Fayetteville, N.C. and Mr. and Mrs. PACK/29"I GERITOL TABLETS REG. 79- EA. b ra

Pete Harrell in Eastman, Ga. Bottle of 100 multi- _
vitamin tablets. LIMIT 1 CRAYOLA CRAYONS Cola :" f
Dr. and Mrs.T.G. Ritch of Jackson- 399 illlrn f BOil 01 18.. ,'.' i.1 t ''I
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tilley 2( sse.t aaeorled.color... ...-' I:::
and family of Orange Park, spent last P, REG. 75 EA. '' ..\, 'I .' '.
weekend at Kingsley Lake. "
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell'were MI at 4V-ot.premeasured, ZIPPER POUCH .".f .
In Leesburg over the weekend visiting COAST' disposable.LIMIT2/ Woo. r"

their son-in-law and daughter Mr. 19t1fo" zipper pouch. ., J
and Mrs. James Hardee. BAR SOAP 0 i REG. 29" ..

5-oz deodorant bar c .. ...
Pack of 2. LIMIT 2 BARS I
Edward Kimbrell 'e.n7w

Given Going- ass.rw
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Away PartyLen GALAXY OSCILLATING -
g AUDIO" TV STAND _
Eaves gave a gotag! : -away party J WITH noctens .' lEeff' .9-INCHFAN \
brellwho August 2, for Edward Kim J YOUR CHOICE : 2 speeds,whliper
with his family moved to Wbodlon"Hlckoryflnlah. quiet mlades. U
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anced No
Ocala last week. EssytoassiAnble.REQ$2999
The eight friends attending at the 2154 REG. $19.99

Eaves home on Colley Road enjoyed 2288 t '
games dancing and refreshments 1799
during the party hours. l j
Each of the eight friends gave Ed- NESTEA "
ward a parting gift as a memento of
the occasion. DRINK MIX NesteaH I JANCO QENERALELECTRIC/ t
3ool.lar.Makes 30-qts >0%lei TOASTER OVEN
REG. $2.49 LIMIT 1 PLANTERS
Toasts topbrownsa bakes
r\ mftn Earthen pots In I
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mJ\i\J assorted
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17 rv I REQ $39,99 .
BIRTHS e REG. $1.99 EA. .:. ,.
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James Alan McCrary Jr. '

BUCKET SEAT '. ,
Mr.and Mrs. James A. McCrary of CUSHION
Jacksonville announce the birth of .: ;
a 'I
Cool A comfortable ,
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son, James Alan McCrary Jr. born 9
assorted colors
July 15 in St. Vincent's Hospital.Paternal 6Q REQ $9.99 WATER FILTERFaucet '

grandparents are Mr. and model,removes
Mrs. James N. McCrary and maternal HEFTY FOAM chlorine, organic .ii4"lyChemicals
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Perry E. Bowen all of Starke. PLATES ZEBCO840L \ REG. $21.89 J.I,,h' ..'J.1
9-Inch pack of 25.White .
only. REQ $1.59 LIMIT 1 SPIN COMBO 19" ,: 1;'

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r easy recoil start' Adjustable cutting CAMERA OUTFIT
w height.No.8822 Reg$189.99 Outfit, includes pocket '
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docnn't tart at all. N
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buttery teat the cubit and GILLETTE' LIQUID FOSTER GRANT'b-.' i-
Just brush It on ft II
tv.nnltiulH. A bu.ttcry and I kills roaches,sllver SUNGLASSES ,''It' ;
starter motor in perfect SUPER CRICKET 99t1fo fish ft ants B-oz Men's&ladies'styles In :.
condition will full to ttturt un latest{ fashion frames. .
bottle REO $1 39 '
LIGHTER ;' ,i
tnKliie If the current bet- I 4 : :.
\\ecti them IH Interupted bv Hundreds ol dependable I IfT
u bud cubic or highresistance lights, adjustable Name O -
GALLON $
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cllrro..I,,n. First doan thetcnainuls GARBAGE pis .:' :. :. f

und battery |1".1" Heavy -1O.;'
Then reintiiiect the cubic 79 699 blow CANI\ REGULAR ." .i'

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posts tit complete the, a I fdr ta" :ii i iMW
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I Cent. from pg. lOA 80-41-CP ((1-3219)), ,Is.pan.. A* Personal 1 Representative IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
1; ''Ill: ding In the Circuit Court of tha Estate of IIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
for BRADFORD County. Lucretla Newman LegsdsMOTICIOMMM 'IT80. otherwise eiudoogainatyou *- NOTICE fc given that OF FLORIDA IN
/y TI'jIf.CIRCUIT COURT, INca CLAIMS OR Florida Probate. Division Albrecht Deceased.ATTORNEY .1IIOtf .may. .. ........ pursuant to. Final'Judgment AND FOR BRADFORD
FOR BRADFORD COUN. DEMANDS AGAINST THE the address of fOR PERSONAL for the relief,. dated August 4, COUNTY.
",I'FLQII.D.1t00TI. ABOVE ESTATE AND All which I I. P.O. Drawer B.Starka REPRESENTATIVSi demanded In the can- |980, In Cote No. 8O-248
DIVISION File NO. OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Florida. The per-, Myron C. plaint or petition.. of tha Circuit Court: the Civil Action Cat No.
80-4J-CP Plv:(0-3215)). IN THE ESTATE: canal' representative of Prevatt, Jr..,P.O. Drawer ( Year Issuance 1978., WITNESS my hand and Eighth Judicial Circuit .In 80-179.
fir ret ESTATE OF YOU ARE HEREBY the estate I I. JOHN R. 798. Keystone Height, or MOON Description of Property .. tho seal. of this Court an and far Bradford County In rise The Marriage ol
LUttRETIA NEWMAN NOTIFIED that the ad- ALBRECHT. whoso ad- Florida 324So. Telephone AM/UMNO TOM : loll I ft 2 of Ilk 24 In July 2*. 180. Florida,. In which JEFFERY EMANUEL LEE
AIi! (IECHT. 0-..... ministration of the drone I. 32 Edgewood. (904)) 473-4993. OWNMIOPtAeAHOOHSOreOPBHV. N-R.no I/O. Sec. 21. Gilbert. S. Brown. A* RONALD S. NEWMAN. Husband, v* CATHERINE
:fNOTICE OF estate of LUCRETIA Selma Alabama 36701. 8/7 2tchg 8/14. I TWP 6 S. R-22. Clark of the Court. Byl SR and MARY JEAN OUION LEE. a/k/a
"6DM4NISTRATION1'QAL NEWMAN ALBRECHT The homo and address of PunuM IS iMtan II" Nome In which .- Boukth" M. Moody as NEWMAN. NIB Wife, or* (CATHERINE GUION LEI,
/ deceased., File Number the personal ropratentotlv SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED CbtpMrrir' HeiMel_,_, ..., Johnnie Mae Morris. Deputy Clerk., the Plaintiff and Wlfo.
*'s o'tomayII" **t The School Board of HIM' "...... 0fe,IMM d All of told property ,i// 4tchg: B/2B. SAMUEL ADRO BROWN NOTICE!
forth below: Bradford County 'will Uhde1M Pi tenty Acf.'lwHc being In the County of .. '. and DOROTHY A. OF SUIT
All person having' receive bids on. iwlll M Mean. sit"Mr .JIM prawn IIrodl. rd. Stole "of" MOWN. Ml* Wife and PROPERTY
claim or demand from all cafeteria, on Mm MM enter to es *. Florida. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS TO: JEFFERV EMANUEl
_01-rn.1 e1nteetblo Unless
against the estate are I Auguit IB, 1980 at 7:00P.M. _... such certllleat R LOAN' ASSOCIATION .
E. StnuerIt. required.. WITHIN THREE Interested In rts-toms.pr.eenr IMS DOM MOT.. or certificate hall be OP STARKE. ore the LEE.YOU ARE HEREBVNOTIFIED
3Jn1u} MONTHS FROM THE dividual may bid on ono \/O&\/I1ItIAl MIATS.muni redeemed according to Defendant, I will toll to that an action
I **< *' B *WexB F'ff It... Reel Estate Broker DATE OF THE FIRST school or on all Schools. .Mumlir KOSSIOOOJitfumalO law the properly described .NOTICIOF.NTENTION tha highest. and .beet bidder for Dissolution of marriage
PUBLICATION OF THIS .- ... DenMICelvM In such certlllcoto or
but must specify which for cash at the Front hoe been filed
1 SO Coll.. .
W. .
C. Mrkf., nsnort. certificate will be REGISTER
NOTICE to tile with the school I being bldded on ,0. BM JOSE told door of the Bradford against JEFFERV
!+ Starko clark of tho above courta and the amount of the K-OMI-Mltl, to the highest bidder at FICTITIOUS County Courthouse In EMANUEL you LEE and
t. .. Sterile. you
tare
nr rl the court house door NAME
R9 964-5527 written statement of bid for each school par PI. 'N-0..000.. on Bradford County. Starke. era required. to serve a
Ley any claim or demand month or par year. whew. Otte. .., Pine Ud.., the 37th day of August, Pursuant to'Section Florida at 11:00: a.m. on copy of your written
1980.
they may hove. Each Successful' bidder must _ill 3300''I. September 3. 1980. the defenses. If any, to It, on
claim must bo In writing provide suitable can for lfiferm HjMl ssncemll** ,III* Dated' this 11 th day of B6S.09. Florida Statutes.notice following described real' the plaintiff attorney
DUPLEX and must Indicate 'the will to bo placed In at wjiuumsr diiir Ipllili et IHs sre.I July 1980.Gilbert. f* .hereby given property whose name and address
'''MrWrVW' .000 bail for the claim the each location Failure la -'Y..d.the_sd.ddr t S. Brown that tho underalgned. I I. DUDLEY. HARDY

| s2 BR, I ... LR Kit.,on each side,brick landscaped yard. name and address of ,the keep can wash area the Mdsr IMF so seteM..)brtanMI Clerk of Circuit Court of CHARLES A. STALVEYRt. Beginning ot NW corner Esq..PIERCI A MARCV .

creditor or hit agent or clean snail be ground aM sense.m.the p.* _de .In.... Bradford .County Florida. '. Box 229.. Lawtey. ot NW V of SW Vt of Section P.O. Drawer 1030,
prapsfty v Florida. 320SB. owner
attorney, and the for bid award 21 Township 6
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NEW LISTINGS voiding tip sn Inertly to OMAia .A. doing business. under the Starka, Florida' 32091
| '* stores. downtown llorke, rented $ .000. 25% down, amount claImed. tf the with no return of money. uwn life OmpMUsn. Akw 7/24 4tchg 8/11. firm name of COMMISSARY South. Rang 22 Eost and file the original with
claim' )I. not yet duo, the Interested persons,. ds.d P.p.rq -.lInNl, and running'' South 89oWgree the clerk of the above
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date when It will become must have bid at School learn .. Ce/ion. 1401 55.*. FOOD STORE. and 45 minute styled' court on or
I .Block building an Ml North. Great business 'location. duo shall be staled. II Administration Buildingnot c.,...... TN1.h.u... Fiends SR22S US 301. Lawtey. East along North line of before September S,
| .! BR I .., Greenhouse Zoned Commercial.' the claim Is contingent or later than 7:00 P.M. 32(51 '"0' 411.153. N Yens N Florida 320M. Intend to aid quarter section 420 1980. otherwise a |udgemenl .
.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT register Mid fictitious I
soma.it. -
unliquidated the nature asset
August '18, 1980. Send foot thence South 1330 be enteredagainst
may
MPOM .firs Mm*-puMltMd inthis EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT name under the provisions
ot the uncertainty shall bid tot D. Morgan d toot to-South line of NW you for the relief
Italic Untao Peel OF FLORIDA IN of aloraealdtatuto.
Special bo ..0'.... II the claim It
Coordinator Bradford -as n pr..wf.d so ee AND FOR BRADFORD M of SW M of Section 21. demanded In the complaint
I lot .secured the security County School' Food Ser HiM* ky Oclitir ,.. uses ""if thanta West 209 feet to or petition.
Beautiful/ corner at Country Club. First time on COUNTY. Doted this 24th day of
,
I market shall be described. The vice. S82 North Temple w.Parry w/N be delww.d M Each Bide of Slate Road WITNESS my hand and
July. A.D. 1980 In Bradford
I 2 Trailer Parks. claimant shall deliver Avenue. Stark, Florida CUITOOirtorU fo eta Csnpw 1Nr. d Civil Action COM No. ,.... thence NW along the seal I of this Court on
sufficient copies of the 32091. *. nnroinsr, 41 IvmWConrlrolW County. 7/31 4tpd Cost side of cold Stole 1980.
| .l traitor II trailer 6 ........ 80-310. 1/2' August I.
park. Approx. acre Fenced claim to the clerk to 8/7 21ehgI1l4. /arms rnuW be w 141 Road 048, 463 feet to Gilbert S. Brown. A*
.1 trailer pork. 11 .trailer. 2 BR frame house, barn ap- enable the clark to mall -I 1 ......Maries. !1.aluuUO 1. In re: The Marriage of .- West line of sold Section Clark of the Court By
UWttcoMrnoun JAMES FRANKLIN DIX-
I prox 22 aero*. fenced pasturaland. LARGE down payI ona copy to each personal NOTICE OFINTENTION or FLORIDA. ON. Petltlonor/Hu 21, thence North on MidWest Beulah M. Moody, a*

I men'. Own..wlll finance balance. representative.All 1/7 itch.(/... band. Plaintiff v* line of sold section Deputy Clerk.
persons Interested TO REGISTER FRANCES! line f IS feat to point, of 8/7 4tchg 8/28.
BERNICE DIXON
We Handle.. Rentall In the estate to whom a FICTITIOUS beginning, Hid land I lying
of this Notice ol Administration Reipondent/Wlle,
'2 BR unfum. house. $130: *1 BR furn. apartment. 1110, copy NAME 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and being In NW 'A FUNDS
'I BR unfum. opt. SI SO; '2 BR unfurn.' apt. 1330: '2 BR un. moiled hat boon Defendant.NOTICE OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL of SW % Section 21, Th. City Commissionof
ore r.qulr.d.WITHIN ,
furnished house; .! unfurnished apartment.,' '3 BR LAKE THREE MONTHS Pursuant to Section OF SUIT CIRCUIT 'N'' AND FOR Township South Range City of Starka will hold
Feb. 865.09 Florida Statute, NO PROPERTYTO BRADFORD COUNTY. 22 East, .In County ol Public
HOUSE: Furnished May.COMMERCIAL FROM THE DATE OP THi a Hearing on pro
Bradford and Slate of
PROPERTY FIRST PUBLICATION OF notice I I. hereby given NOTICE OF : France atomics Dlx- FLORIDA. Florida. posed usa and In relationto

warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned office. Great THIS NOTICE to file that the undersigned APPLICATIONFOR on. Address Unknown. other budgeted' fund
location. anyobjection LEWIS M. AVER ft TAX DEED ?. YOU ARE! HEREBY CIVIL ACTION. CASE NO. Tuesday August 19.
they may forth In the ardor"
Tackle and Bait business large Inventory. hov.'ho'eholl.ng.'h.validity CHARLES ORMSBEE Rt. NOTICE IS HERESY NOTIFIED that on action 80-248. a* lot 1980. at 7:30: p..... at City
Final ,.
4, Box 13418 Stark, GIVEN that I Hwnbrlek. for Dissolution of marriage of Judgment Mall S'o...., Florida.
me city block In downtown Starka, just wailing for the of the decedent'swill Data of the first
Florida 32091 co. Ronald, 0.
Morris the holder of the haD been filed Newman.
''Ight business. Great for downtown mall. the qualification of
opportunity of this Notice
owner, doing business following certificates hoi" against you and you are Sr., and Mary JeanNewman publication MERRILL EDWARDS. City
large warehouse, 6,009 ft. Need roof and.paln. the personal repreeentatlvo of Sola I '980
approx. sq. under the firm of *Aueu.4.
name His Wile.
Iliad Mid certificates for required to serve a ,, Clerk. City of Stark.
Ha floor and standing wall. or tho venue orjurisdiction copy In the Bradford County I
BRADFORD RABBITS Rt. Samuel'
of the Court. a tax dead la bo Issued of your written detente. Plaintiffs. vi Itchg 8/14.
INVESTORS DREAM 4, Box 1388 Starka certificate ''II Adro Brown and I Telegraph.
thorooii. The any, to It, on the plaintiff Dorothy
'Income Property Will Pay For"Itself ALL CLAIMS OBJECTIONS Florida, 32091, intends to number and year ol hv? '* attorney whose A. Brown, His Wife and DATED August S. 1980
I mall apartment complex. Handyman' special 14 ran DEMANDS AND register sold I fictitious suance, the descriptionof : I name and address I I. First Federal Saving A GILBERT S. BROWN
I unit, possibly 9. NOT SO FILED 'namo under the provl- the property and this GEORGE H. PIERCE. P O. Loan Association ofStork. CLERK OF THE COURT BY

1 mall frame house. WILL BE FOREVER BAR slants of aforesaid names In which It was Drawer, 1030 Starke. .. Defendant Beulah' Moody. Deputy

;l largo frame, houo. Needs rapalr Resident or 4 REDData of'tho first totuta. i assessed. ors at follow:' Florida 32091: on or NOTICE OF Clark.
irtmenti ((4 BR 4 BA). publication of this Noticeof Doled' this 24th day of Certificate.No. (9.. is: before. September 9. SALE II/'.. 21chg 0/21.
I 2 ER frame houo. Apartment on tide. Zoned com Administration July. A.D. 1980 In Brad- -
lerclol.leato lord County. 7/24 4tpd .
August 7. 1980.
8/14.'
call u* to list your !property. /./John R. Albrecht, '4.t- '

John I.Glover.

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GEORGEROBERTS-Broker i- L J s 1 fessionals 'who ,
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ASSOCIATES 'I, Its strict Code of C'C'L.a PHONE -
Weekends end Evenings, Call .
and Robert 944-1198 Judith Flynn; .9(4-1384 7 riRwtuiGAR 205 N. Temple, Stark.

-,Godwin. ,....11. Poty llkox .944-4S7 ,>". .'
amen Hooding' 9(4-7420 lereen Canon .944-8704 Preparflei fee the Dfscrf mfnafingRefined

V Water*."' ."4 I John .. Smith.. 944-4217 9 fLORILAIID .Im..llclty-.n.. ft charming' 1040 Plnebreese

HOMES- STARKEam Iiii.i/ ; Dr. An excellent quality property at this low price of

homo, good location. 2BR.2B-Prk Placa.Lrga RlEM T1 .....000. .% fin. Unique cathedral railing In LR ft OR. thermapane -

frame, homo Ig. yard. 8 ".. ....-$. Water St. r SEE YOUR REALTOR'. 9(4-7700 window, attached garage, well to' wall carpet
Classified Ads Results .
custom drapei.Crystal
Bono fireplace, 3... 28. IR. OR, FR-Pratt St. .iC :: = = Bring r 393 N. Temple...... n '
IBR. 31. large, screened .... room-tearing It. f E :rivAVWyLdUri lake Hmsll**-MCOSS to Crystal' lake by

HOMES > membership Board ft Batten B Coder homo, on a quiet,
Call
OUT-OF-TOWN 9644395 ask for Susan > WILL TRADE
lane with 3 BR 1MB CM.A. ,
1 fireplace
on acre troop
Lama, 4 '..11. nice workshop over 4A-Hampton.il. f
4 .It.... "brick ..... I8A-W. of t.....,. .... izaipi Do you hove equity In ahome penciling flagstone double, geref extremely well Insulered -
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auble ....g.. 2BR.IVtB. II.... op. .. 3A. IR 14W.rick. In Starkeyou would "IJYt.l tI l'LU .! .., .

3 B*. 28, garage, apx. IA.-SR 1001. like to trade ter good ; An offering whose appeal Vow may not be able. f*
|BR. 28. C. Block apx. lA-Wllson Rd. ( Bryan Real Estat 1 I. home with adfelnlng( Income cr. resist. lovely, brick home en Sampson Lake 100 x 700

lama. I '.. IB. .._. .......... 4% A.-Stern Rd. -'V"oa producing. property, .let-3 BR 2 B CHIA with owner IIn_'.... ,.145.000 : .
.w Cypress homo. 28R.I8, 10A.-Off Boyless Hwy 310 W Call" $,. a I lewtey. Cell for an appointment .'
B. IB LR. FRt kttchen-dlnlng-Crystol lake A. (Co US 301 'A Call St.) IB C LII;, K to discuss this {} life style for a discriminating few en Lake Geneva. -300' ,.
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flck. A.O. Pool 4 BR. ..... A..... VtA-SRUB. 1BAL property, on beautiful' beech 4 complete residences S.7S acre
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.' FP ..It. 38. Brick-Country Club area. 9648788. ANYTIME .
EXCITINGLV DI".ItINT.O..r financed 20 acres on .... IOOW S27.990. Con be
>r... .pp.... IA.. IBR. 28 '.It. 1001. 18 Ac. of I land smell ...... 3 bedroom. 2 full both ..."ltI.... .'

I Si. IB, LR. DR. *.... I acre lot-l.R. IOOE.lck MONDAY-FRIDAY......... SATURDAY down. nor .payments at with c..emk Nle ........ aw.I-.l40..N.mptMlIO.OOO..n'.'....
>' ham*. ........ 32 Mm I... 121. Evening and Sunday by appointment 964.5231': 10% 'Interest.. tub. Fireplace. concrete '
PREFERRED P/tOPI tTWSBt :

ACREAGE BUSINESS .....COMMERCIAL: MANDY MAN SPECIAL.. Want a new homo .- w. drive twlw-panecorps.Inculetedng. *> J a EeWerW* Rd. He everything- 1(9.fOO. .

,0\i acres an Forsyth M. FLORIST In ,Meal, .location. Inventory equipment 2 bedroom frame home enopprex. will try to help you with windows. a vinyl: :: .3 an 28 14 Acre 'row..'.. H. Cattle ceunny 1(4.500. :
| Off SR233. ,
i acr.s acre-Mobil. Ham* .lot Woodland. Acres and van. .... . ... .. .. _. .. ... .v .. .. .'.124,000 1 ..... .'10.000. one you c... effard. "steering-i seeN .ahhcb.as .J B* 2B Rench CH8A I3A far gera>*.......22J.W.SGO.
Club araa.gllco CORNER LOT. .432 feet on US Ml. .. .'. .147.808, form. PECAN TRIES ..w- central has a e 1308: Pratt 3 8' 2 B CN4A H. dkl. ...r.I64.OOI.'HOMIS' .
autlful 18 ocr Country *718 leure .,. Completely reme..eVrrremS7.108..

lot Country Club.BUSINESS NEAR COUNTRY CLUES Brick Veneer-4 '1. 2 gee Fern shade block home this 2"furnished"bedroom qualify 01.homot'17.000.WIII., with...... man"8. ) wow yr *M fcemC20 s*. ft.). Nampre* 3 Ae-631.500. :

AND INVESTMENTS It.... with llreelece. CH8A-Oouble . .. .118,000 : .' C Eastwood Orfvo 3 BR 3 B-Coxy 4 convenient.JM.9OO.
garage .. ... .. . .117.100., / Please cell. M..h..I.
Evenings!
f 000 sq. ft. building' wi.'...*.. 9 Mras-U.SMI. COUNTRY LIVING Block/Brick. .r...... 3 or 4 BR. 1% Ba.CH4A YOU ASKED FOR IT.. Clark I *lit N. Broadway freshly pointed big fat SI 1.000.

S.... DR. lot-In, Kit., Lg. LR with Franklin Ill....... A lovely pool end polio for GRI Vermin, Phone P. Od,(:i.Broker(.' Realtor.' 0107 Mllten Terrace ...."W. f...000.
WW carpet-room far another bom (or trailer) on this 2 .healthy family. fu... c."'.. 6 Mama eta '01. 124. 3 Acrss am-rme*. 134,900.

acres. . . .. . .. ..*...000 owner financed with 3 bedroom Miring Pearl Andrew '*'.77)9 1 44S23IRERLTY e Furnished Mtf on r'" Acre IM.OO. ."
COMFORTABLE Brick Veneer 3 BR 2 .A.'..... Rm.. room. separate family .. 8* hem a I sera Wilson/ ,tI. 114,500.

11 Flreplace-Sep.. Dr.. closed. gangs. CHINA. . .,".100. .room overlooking. the eJI W.. Aellni. f SR. carpert. /.acid. 118,000.

,$ C dIca I PRIVATE BACK YARD GAROIN AREA Black 3 ER< 18AFern. pool .. ..,. ,., ,. 149.900.EXCITINGLY FAULKNER. IIJ BUSINESS OPPO4TUMIT/E1'
Reolfole Rm.. Renge a Ret.,drapes, plenty storage, geregeInslde DIFFERENT.. WSW an take Geneve-4 ... "__ ." A.. Own."...,

utility. CH8 A. C.r,... .a'. .. Only S40.0O8. 1 bedrooms. 1 full. both. !! .. RIALTO >7M W. Med'..... farmer Mobil. /!*-134.0OO..
782-1931 Hornet 712."" ROOM FOR ANIMAL en 9 Acre- 38R. IBa. with ceramic file, gereentub ...._- 0.. 4191. Walnut Now large, wereheute-S82.S08.

... Financing Ipeclelllt. From*, .v. . ... . .. ..<, .. .. .. ......001. *. fireplace. 'concrete .Great .property ...... from Holiday .Inn-0wII......
Program e Conventional L_. Owner Flnenclng WALKING DISTANCE DO NTOWN." ."'- 28R \ drive twin-pan InsuletedWindow 0404 N. Cherry 2 ,forge nicely. fur, apt*. Own. fI...

''mHA e VA e FHA 203b( ). 203V). 238. :241 s l.chenges '0., . .. . . .. .. ... . t. iU000. ... ..,,... a vinyl BStore B Apt*, on SOI-good potential. owner fin.
"Your Best buy to A Now Homo, I* an Existing Home" FENCED YARD38R.. IBA, aleck,.Close .... ., .$20,000leering, Custom kitchen 221 Lf*ytt*St.Across from Wishbone *>78M se.- ft. CI ..,.... en Rd. 1(8 Owner fin.'

ENERGY EFFICIENT 1 BR, Very MOO SPIN Hem on HAMPTON 3BR IB*.. Lg. let . .''*.200. cabinet,, control) beet ft So......0(...........) a cortege *n Madison I*. Owner... .."
-A Hem *n B A*. ,.. let with space. far Winter HANDYMAN 4 Room ,.."'.on I Acre. .118808 sir Except lens) Velue W. hove several listings. _, first Mm offered.M *>MOO mo. Mums four turn ......!*-Cell a Boy ".000

OIl. N/A Cen. VM. Sys.Gerdom.. 114.0OO. LOTS a ACREAGE. 0:,......,.. ...... . .....411t.. *. Mr form with Rk.I BR, 2ft brtck veneer .beat... s>'erg. opt.,. ....'."1.. en' 101. geed. cook Hew own. fin.ft .:.
FOREST HEIGHTSRestricted Vt Acre (eta-- '2.101I& ej. :.
You Relieve THINK COUNTRY-- CREAGI
l.ttye.202S'W..1d vow cen. H/A. several pec en end fruit tree*,eppre 21
I. ........ (Only, 117." could buy a 4 IR Hem In ROILING Hlltl- (Beyles Hwy) t ,,!-ro' up- 13.900' ft up." bedrooms. fenced yard act** good posture en Hwy 229W, .t* prim. us *e Rdw 18 iverleelllng. Hemp ten Leko.'K : .
or .... H. ..... agree...). Country for I27.000T 18% ...-. 8 ,".-'2%. .., the .kids, Jvst e LOOKING For e Starter .Desereto Heven-Unl-. IAWT1V- JOI. 1 acne to 24 ecr**- "'vtlfu..k.- city ReVfa.111.100 Celley Red-IR. )28. **a. elk. .kern. .... N/A !'2.8 acres Nampton-Owner "..._..-II.SOO.
none or Income Producing quo MR, HA Home with water, A .Id._...*. 13.000 per acre, 13% dawn 18 yn Meng Dairy Read -I t,18 I icemen) wt* _' 'I. .'28 .prim *<... Ml N. railroad 14.808 an ecre.ewn.lln.. ..

kental ipertyT Move.owtey Ira C.... H/A 1411 .... ft. I Io't". era* -u ....000. tHandymen ': "' .''IS acres set a Merger M. Owner. finance S39.000.
v.liable In Stark ft Only 143 800. (Only 124.43 I LAWTEY AREA2'A acres ".000. I Acre ".0000 20"' sOalgar Rood I acres ....< Epeslol-iOl'' x INT *t. |uH out of city .'..,* ..... OrtHI, Le*.-Hmber_... fin. S10.EOO. ,;i.

8 Hems from sq.ft. Including. let.) down- yrs 10% ((48 acres evelloble. )... .11.... Owner T_. 1 limit*, vinyl IIdl.. ... lll.M9.JenM. -' .... gars near 'r."rt.Ch"rcll I ,,",""meka .ff...

11.100. I* ",."' .3 BR. 28A Hem on 3 A*. I OFF ... 10 ecres plnes-secluded. .,.. 1M.OOO8 124.0M acltyti;*-' .13.001 fCOIY ; : ..
( let.up l..rk..I2.IOO.: FPt,,CM.. H/A Can VM.lys. .. OFF RD. 118 18 act en graded ...... ,114.100 term Owner ,.._* Versatile bu....... .faceted on Hwv Ml ......). 4481 LOTS FO" 'INVtirMENT i
leg.; 124.47 FORSVTM ROM Acre kern _"/..,.. /..... .133.808 FOR A COUPLEWeilKept ... ,fronlaq-3C. x 7C cen..... kuUdleg.Financing a"C suRMy Club' .._. let 1UUcombined. .000. I, '.
{ .." *. Pond 114.378.MB ., 141.000. (Only .
s-f ha W.*... near Country Club M lOOT.MJ1I8.00O..
: _
HAMPTON AREA 3M Acre .500 ecre.- bedroom i
per 1
A*. Shady 1M.008. per .....ft.' .Includingecreege I CALLUS AT,....,$ ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT I home, *bady yard convenient avalteblo. through. fHA.'.VA.. "MH.'I.1. .tank el.... |,ump hevee. a tli. Wdg. ........ :1
{ M A*. Fenced 148.008. ) don't forget the Bond) Messy, .>t Trailer kit Brownie Rd..MS *..par...* ....OOO.. :
rim. Acreage for Home* ftI JSR, 3BA Home wnh FP. ASSOCIATIIS-.AFTER HOURS to shopping .HI.WO ,.
.... .IEv' lemmerclal. en 101 owner file. $ 3.000.:
.N. Owner -..... Con. N/A Flu, Guest Cottoga ,'.IIIC.It.OUCT10NI-: F'NpoAyMsusegem.MsaSAITO.iR.blo. .
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Lillian C.. Peerson VkklPewerl home 1 Country Club let '10' x 30i'Lrko location-114.000. :
-Old Perm Haul ft 8 A*. on 3.4 A*. Total of I ......"/........... ft Asiecloso Excellent 3 bedroom ft lrrlarpet. .Hampton Oaks lot '25. tree*. ewiwr ........ed..S7.808.
wtth central. ices .Ir.w.I.Faulkner.lusnlnvodogi914.5 MAITOR-AMOCIATB
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RleeuMful 1711
shade ....001. ever sq. '
Office Menage 9(4-4443 00pool) .42 Buy Call a Water St. M 33T a 84' Owner fie Slf...... ;
-!RANCHITTI. 1 ... 2BA. 1BAs. SI7.0M.Only 20.70 per 944-1311 J. I Mr. ''1 Ceoorry Club lets I A.ra each-Owner Nw.-....... :-
) I ISU. l lewd ; ..,... .121.MO. Susan M. FuvlknefRtAlTOREvening
Stocked ,...... Fenced ft. ,Including Mreege '
sq. CaR. commercial ,lot 1s I9T Nor, S9 fl.Reehw .
x Pwnor .
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.too Reduced 149.MM. Sylvia ReddhkAsseclata' N.vls Word THE PERFECT MATCH *''944''H848Lucille ;. .

The best Investment orf oath K th*earth ,,,.,,' Vernon Reddish. ....ll..yj.'lj.- A small budget. end this 3 Conner Spry.MAlTORAlttXMTtlvnlng ; Associate. *.-"A'r Hour* ..... _
944-7484 bedrem home with hwg* .-94-B4M lyron '_"...r. "" -717MHth.* Dvrke, 788-M9V ;

Ml North Troll" Metal L._, .64.... r..m. ,. 120008 W' 00 APPRAISALS Anne.rwinegarNlM.47S 14n SeHy" KUUa. ..44$-t2M {
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Page 12* TELEGRAPH August 14, 1M .
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First Methodist .. METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES .
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i _____ Mitchell Tld u., .rmd u_ h.M Uu
.. Church Activities 0 West.Late Monday evening me group a air a Lure. -:en ;
,p" T Legals Florid Keys RetreatThe saferro all of Boynton Beach, :
Tuesday
., \ "* took a trip on into Key West.
\ : < Sunday. August 17,will be Vl ltor'l. ay at Marathon prepared a cookout for the hungry
Sunday First United Methodist and counselors was spent skin diving
at
: NOTICE following youth on their way home and a
CIRCUIT the enjoyed group
IN THI where
NOTICE PUBLIC Bahia Hona group
Church and I to encouraged In the and .
COURT EIGHT Sllcox. Mayor- NOTICE OF APPLICA- everyone attended a youth retreat world of sea refre hmlnlWlm at the home of Mr. .
I. Vemon to bring friend to church. The sermon from S thru the underwater :
a Florida August
Keys :
JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT IN Commissioner of the city TION FOR SPECIAL EXCEPTION and Mrs.Dan Maizalferroi The group
AND FOR BRADFORD of Starke. Florida by virtue : topic will be The Greatest Gift. August: Don and Dot Denton, Glenn lffnebu'ning on Wednesday, Mr. and.Mrs returned back to Starke late,Wednesday i
That evening the UMYF group will Gruinn Kevin Miller Jay Eaves,
COUNTY. FLORIDA Ed evening.
'el the Authority and Mrs.
.... Mr.
Notice Is byg1v.nthat Simon Denton,
PROBATE DIVISION. File vested to me by law do of have an "end of the summer" picnicat Michael Whiffen, Randy Reddish
the Board Adjust|
TodtiDenton
N0.80-52-CP. hereby .call. f Mrst of 110....., Klngsley Lake. 'Jeff Lawson Tammy Denton, ". ..:.
In ,.: ESTATE OF Primary ileetun. to beheld ment. City conduct The deadline for reservations forCircus Trade Denton and Trade -
will a
JANET v. LAMM, et the City Hall In Florida hearing, at 7:00 .P.M. In World weekend will be August Broadway. The theme of the retreatwas -- Friday & Saturday HijMf
Deceased.NOTICIOF. God" and
the foretold Cityby the City Commission 17.The "Surrounded by was
qualified voters on Tues room City Hall lto...... dayThe youth choir will begin Wednes based on a study of the people of
ADMINISTRATIONThe day. September 9. 1980. Florida on August 26. 27, from 8:4510: 7:45: p.m. Jericho surrounding.themselves with
A.D., for the purpose of I98O, to consider' a request Starting Sept. 7 the church will be a wall and couldn't see the presence .AII can
administration of electing the following officers for a special exception sponsoring a Sunday morning pickup of God which was all around them. "ou
the ..,oIe of JANET V. : to allow a Day service. For more. information call God will help us to destroy the walls J. : :
LAMM deceesed. Fll* Car Center In the R-IC. the church office. around us today that prevent us from .
Number 802Cr, !I. COMMISSIONER GROUP" Single Family Very LowDensity seeing that He is still present
pending In fh. Circuit I ONE COMMISSIONER that of
on parcel look.
everywhere we
Court for Bradford County For Two Y.an.
land described as the first night of ,
Florida. Probate DM- The group spent
sloe the address el COMMISSIONER GROUP follows: their trip at the St. Johns United EAT!

which It P.O. Drawer B. 3 ONE COMMISSIONER lots Two(2)( ). ThreeO( ). Dixie RidersMotorcycle Methodist Church morning In Boynton they journied Beach.
Florida 32091. Early Monday S
Stork -For Two Years
and Ea.thalf
Th.name and address of Four(4)( ). Flve(3)( Club further south Into the Florida Keys

th* Personal lI.p......- COMMISSIONER GROUP Peek's of Addition Slx(6)( )? block to the 36 Dixie Riders will ride to Ocala's and set up camp at Sunshine Key

tatlv and of the Per- 5 ONE COMMISSIONER Town of Stark. Section Wild Waters Sunday August 17. about thirty-five miles north of Key
tonal R.pr.sentatlvIattorney _For Two Years 28, Township 6 South Riders are asked to meet at Suzukiof
s
or. >et forth) Rang 22 East (property Starke at 10 a.m. and leave at 10:30: Youth Meeting
below. INSPECTORS FOR SAID facing Washington a.m. for Wild Waters. All the youth of the church are encouraged -
All Interetted tile personsore with ELECTION: Street, between Lake Everyone Is welcome to ride with to come out and participatein

the required court WITHIN to THREI Halton. Haven and Grand Streets). the group. There will be a f 1.00 donation the Sunday evening\ youth services. ,
MONTHS FROM THI Annie P. per vehicle. Ride your bike or A snack is served each Sunday even- K
DATE OF THE FIRST Swlnk Marl.Chastain.unto Reddish./ The property of Moxie' drive your car. For more information Ing from 6 to 6:30: and Bible Study held
Ella Mae
PUBLICATION OF THIS Buford. Clara Colson and Cindy J. Reddish. contact Jessie Myers,, 964-7971 at from 6:30: till 7. Last youth
NOTICE: (I) All claim. Fay. Blolock Peggy Each and every person Chevron Station on 301 Walnut studied the origin and history of the
against th* estate and Shaller. Barbara Valin- having on 'nt.r..twha South. Israelites. The program this coming
In the special
((2)) any objection by onInt.r.st.d skl. V.... R. Best. should Sunday evening will be presented. by Served With
exception appear
person to and be heard at the time Mrs. Marie Polk, Crab Baked Potato, Cole ,
whom notice wet mailedthat ALTERNATE: and prescribed. Slaw Salad And A
challenge the place Coming Up Soon
validity of the will the Marba Whittle' Thelma GEORGE W. ROBERTS. Youth Revival, election of officers Clusters $fi" Cup Of Homemade!
qualification of the personal Rhoden Ad- and planning for the first quarter of Veg. Soup
repretentatlve. iustm.nt. the new youth year beginning In (Uke King Crab) Plus Tax Coffee or TeaGARDEN
v.nu. or Jurisdiction of In Testimony whereof
A.L. Crosby Jr.. osisa.etantaoesa September.
the court. I hereunto subscribe my 11R.
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS and the Seal Secretary.
name cause Don Denton
AlsoSnow
NOT SO FILED ._ b. 8/141tchg. ,
the iw
of town Youth Advisor
WILL BE FOREVER BAR hereunto affixed this the Cocktails

RED 7th day of August 180 SefvM9
Date ol the first A.D.
publication of thlt Notice "W always love those who Vat your house on Washington It nicknamedthe
of Administration: Vernon Sllcox. Mayor- admire UI, but we do not always "Evergreen State" RESTAURANTU.S.
August 14. 1980.oWllllam Commissioner love those whom weadmire. my low-energy for its towering forestsof
/ G. Wood ." La Roch.foucauld flletl
Kercheval Groste cone-bearing<< tree. 964-7358 .
274 ATTEST Merrill Edwards 301 N.
Pte. Farms. Michigan City Clerk.. Gordon's ;a

48236. Personal 8/14 4tchg 9/4. at/i Year of S rvlc47347T7 ..
Repretentatlve. I
PAUL D. NEWELL. BV: -

P.O./s/Paul Box 654 D. Keystone Newell. NOTICE OFINTENTION SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD ELECT ,

Heights.. Florida 3256. TO REGISTER
Attorneys for Personal FICTITIOUS COUNTY PROPOSED-OPERATING' GEORGEKIRKPATRICK

Representative, NAMEPurauant .
904/473-492t." 8/14 BUDGET FOR 1980-81

2tchg 8/2). ta Section .
86S.09. Florida Statutes, Anticipated Receipts: ;
notice Is hereby given .
NOTICE OF that the undersigned. Fedarallmpocf 5 30,000
APPLICATIONFOR E.L. AND FAYE C. HORN. II.O.T.C. 12,300F.E.F.P. ,
AMENDMENTOF SBV.;" S.R. Box 388. 5,403,730C.O.D.S. .
THE LAND USE PLAN Waldo. Florida 32694 ... <,(';;, ,;\15 ; 2,124Community
CITYOFLAWTEVFLORIDA .
business
owners doing SchoolsInstructional v 6,744
under the firm name of
An ORDINANCE amending VOGUE CUSTOMS Materials 84,632
the Comprehensive PLANS INTERIORS S.R. Racing Commission 52,000
land Use Plan Element Box 388 Waldo. Florida Slate license Tax 18.000
and Map by towtey. 32694, Intends to Student Development Services 50.462
Florida. In accordancewith register sold fictitious Transportation 200.213 e -
the local Government nama under the provl- Compensatory Education 95,278K.3
Comprehensive' 143.801 .. '
Ions of aforesaid Educallonollmprovement '
Planning Act of 197. a* statute. School Volunteers 'I 2.I6S ..r
provided for In Chapter Dated this 14th day of District Taxes .o', 726.947 .v, .
163 of the Florida August A.D. 1980 In Tuition 50.932
.
Statutes.TO Bradford County. 8/14 Interest Income 30,000 .
: All and Cltlsens other, Taxpayers In- 4tpd 9/4. Indirect Costs 27,000 STATE SENATE : (

leretted persons Other Agencies 19,000 i
Fund Balances Forward 906 M.5

You and each of you CommonSense $7.262,403 DISTRICT SIXHE'S
or. hereby and herewith
given notice In accordance Anticipated Expenditures: .,
with Florida Tips

Statutes, that Ih. City Basic Instruction K-12 3130.230 !

Council of lawtey [ Hints For Homeowners]I bcapllonalln.trucllon 390,843 US.Pa,4
Florida will conduct a Vocational Technical Instruction 81S..7S ONE OF -
public hearing at a AUTOMATIC WASHERS Adult Instruction 040.256Olh.r .
regular meeting to beheld 76,673
clothes Instruction
Modern automatic .
In the
7:30
at : p.m.
Personnel Services 192.389
the Pupil
washers putconvemenceat
,
Hall. Lawtay.florida.
City .
on Tuesday. fingertips of homemakers and Instructional Media 186.906 : ; :
wash Curriculum I'Instruction. 110,414 Pohttcat'Adu..m.Paid for by Prank WalttMt Camnaign Tr .muf f
make day
Sept. 2. 1980. and will certainly I
consider an Ordinance easier and faster than ever. Intervlce Education 23.188 It
relating: before. However to do a really School Board Services 1S.463 t
efficient job. thy still needsoma General Administration Services 53.S93 4:

Am.nd the Comprehensive help from you. School Admlnltlratlon Services 566.302


Plan to' provide Land that Ute Fiscal Central Services Services 95.908 3.66S Richard is a concerned businessman in the community !


classified lands currently Rural 0lE Operational Pupil Transportation Plant Services 667.007 66.106 who needs Bradford County's support to help insure a '

Residential and Maintenance of Plont 1.7.621
detlgnoted by the plan Reserves 160.362
'0. yellow bereclattllled better tomorrow.
to Mobil. $7,262,403
Home and designated

Brown. Ih. property of Th. proposed mllloge for the Operating Budget Is 4.804 mills ElectRlellARD
'Marilyn I. Duncan.d.scnbed Here are some suggestions This Is the minimum required by Florida.Statute to participate
as follows: from Whirlpool home the economists the Florida Education Finance Program. A public hearing will beheld
best
to help get
E. 240 ft. of the South 120 you on this tentative budget and required mlllage on Monday '
ft of Ih. N. 376 ft. of cleaning results from your August 23. I960 ol 7:00: P.M. In the olflce of the School Board of r ROBERTS
washer W.
Block IB-E. of : Bradford County. 582 N. Temple Avenue, Slarke, Florida.
railroad-Town of First of all, lie curl ta um
enough detergent. Inefficient
lawtey. Bradford County Th. above notice was outhorixed August II, I98O. .
detergent lea frequentrauseolpoor '"
Commissioner
washing results. County
You are further given
NOTICE that a copy of Sort and separate clothingitems ... .( -AJ. is r

said proposed OR- by color fabric and Thomas L. Casey. Jr. Dist. 5 Demo.'F' .
DINANCI Is available for weight. Also Hurt lint-givers
your inspection at the from lint.receivers. If you are Superintendent of Schools .
Bradford Florida;
Ollice ol the City Clark. in doubt about how a garment County
City Hall. lowl.y should lie handled, check for NOTICE OF owners, doing businessINTENTION :.0
Florida. washing instructions on the as COMMUNITY RECYCLING
Each and very porter garment's label. TO REGISTER / CENTER. SI I E. An.

having an Interest Use your washer la rapacity FICTITIOUS drew. St., Slarke.
whatever In the enactment -nut don't overload. NAME Florida 32O9I. Intends ta
of this proposed register sold fictitious,
Clothes must lie able to move
ORDINANCE and b. heard should at appear the und flex freely during clean-the 665 Pursuant.09. Florida. to Statutes.Section name under et aforesaid the provisions If elected I pledge to be
for hem
washing period notice I Is hereby given statut
time. and place described ability ,And to avoid fabric that the undersigned.. Doled this 14th day of accesible to you .the people
SINCERE
CITY COUNCIL. CITY damage. BRADFORD BATTcHIES. August A.O. 1980 in *
OF LAWTEY FLORIDA. INC.. P.O.. Box 177.", Bradford County. 8/14 .
Itpd B/14. Starke. Florida. 32O9I. 4lpd 9/4. of Bradford County To meet


St Edwards Church Hall the problems with a straightforward

BINGOEvery <$ EV.S.SIMM.: NS, : DEPENDABLE_ approach without tiesto


Saturday;7:30P.M.: .folr i1aJ t'C'o1le, fii1::! I
'. special interest group.
A I. any
411 N Temple Ave Starke Fla '
o HONEST






ii ELECT Your Vote and Support Appreciated.

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: "RICIIARD; W. ODOP1

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i : SCHOOL 'BOARDDISTRICT' 3, Thank You RICHARD ROBERTS



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I Tornado Fall Drills Start Friday MorningVacation I



Is over for Bradford lot of work. That Is where we are the .
Hlgh'a varsity football players as the youngest. We need to take our time
Tornadoes open their always rlgOl'GUl \" // with them and make sure they get the
fall football workouts I a.m.Friday techniques. We'll also be spending a @lYlJJruU0
morning,August IS.If 01- lot of time on the kicking game."
ai a short term of preseason.prac- r1pfJIlI/I. Hurse said the Friday morning session
:tide\ this season as BUS will have Just will be a basic first day. "We'll
six:days of two-allays (9 a.m. and 8 talk to them for about an hour, mak-
>i starts,: not the usual 1 ten,before school ing sure they know all the rules and
Monday. August SB. After that regulations.Then they'll run the two-
BHS will go to after-school workouts mile (timed) and then hand out the
;Uaatog up to the September 5 Fall (Including 11 regulars) are expected Jacksonville Lee 21-0 before beatingthe shoulder pads and shirts. We'll do
Jamboree In Palatka and the season- out though. Hurse notes that as host Wildcats 8-7. some agility drills and stretching pro-
bpener at Macclenny September 12. always, "there's few that are not going "We're going to stress the basic bably. We'll come back at five and
The schedule for the Jamboree to come out." fundamentals... and make sure the have a regular practice." .
which will also Include at least right kids are In the right positions, : .. ... .'.....
Palatka. Interlachen and Crescent Hume was optimistic enough after that's very Important," the Tornado JV's R Pri.Mj;; ;;;':August; 25
City, was not yet announced at press spring drills to say"This team won't boss answered when asked about his Coach Hurse said Junior varsity
time. "It doesn't matter a bit to me be satisfied with another &-11 or 6-4 fall practice priorities. "We need players need to report to their first
who we play,"said BHS coach David (record)." The Tornadoes last some cohesiveness defensively. day of practice after school Monday,
Hurse Monday. year, beat the Seniors 13-8 In the That's mostly an experienced group August 25. _
Some 17 varsity returners and 13 Junior-Senior game, and then at the but they Just have to work weft 53 player finished spring drills on
players who started at least one game spring Jamboree In Macclenny t to together. The offensive line needs a the JV roster.


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"Right: Place at the Right Time"


I Donnie Sewell,Hanging in with the Dolphins


Starke's Donnie Sewell who was ,,,iM:6e10: day, but 10 more must go by August trouble. I had a lot of trouble with
tabbed 1st team All State In both football c after all how
t tY 19, another 10 will then be trimmed pass-blocking early (
and basketball in 1974-75 to stamp before August 26,and by September 1, much pass blocking does a collegiate
himself as one of best, If not the best, the Dolphins will be down to their tight end to?) but I think I'm learning
two-sport stars to ever come down the playing roster of 45. it.I was blocking Vern Den Herder in
pike at Bradford High la well Into the Monday night Miami plays at Seattle practice and he's just always In there
fight for a spot on the Miami DolphinsNFL and that will be a big test before pressuring you. Basically I didn't get
roster.After the axe comes down again: "I just beat the other night (against Detroit)
five weeks of training camp hope I get to play as much against but on a lot of little things I'm still
the 8-.V4, 250 pound former Tornado Seattle and get a chance to show a lot hurting. Those veteran defensive
and Georgia Tech tight end Is running of Improvement" Sewell said as he linemen know so many ways to shed a
at.second team offensive tackle for looked ahead to his second NFL ap block. Our guys like Larry Little are 0 m CtI
the Dolphins and In last Sunday's 17-7 pearance. "After that game they 11 helping out a lot. they've got the ex-
preseason win over the Detroit Lions make the cuts Tuesday or Wednesdayand perience. It helps a lot when they give
Sewell played over half the game. I'll Just put a little faith in the you that word of encouragement. For
Donny, seeking to become Starke's Lord and hope I'm still here." me It's just a matter of really concen-
second National Football League pro "It's really putting me on the spot trating.
(after Pittsburgh's Larry Brown) because right now we've got four offensive Sewell admits that "I don't know
came on late In the first quarter anJplayed rWh tackles left In camp. I think if how I got lucky but so far Miami's
all of the second and fourth Kuechenburg signs they're going to been the right place at the right time
periods. In his first appearance In an have to make a choice between me for me.My coach at Tech,Bill Curry
NFL game Sewell and the Dolphin second and a ninth-round draft choice from got me In touch with the Dolpins ancithey
teamers drove for the game's Nebraska." just gave me a good opportunity.
first TD against the Lions. Donnie SewellA As for his a self-assessment on his The guy from Miami I talked to was
"It was the first time I'd ever Dolphin To-Be? own performance last week Donny real honest with me, he told me the
, played NFL, and it was against first- said f'l thought I did pretty good in situation down here. It was a second
;<;tearn"guye. It really felt great after it some areas, but in others was kind chance for me (after Oakland) and
_&.aD over."Sewell said Monday In of slack.I didn't do the Job as well as I figured why not take it? A lot of my
a telephone Interview from Miami's wanted to in my opinion.But you just friends and classmates are here (in
training camp. He tried out but failed Kuechenberg. Kuechenberg returnedto don't know,the coaches might think I Florida, what better place could '
I to stick with an Oakland Raider outfit the Dolphins training camp Tues- did alright." there be for me?"
that was loaded with tight ends last day. "It's been pretty tough trying toad 1 -t c I IP
season, but has found much greater He has survived the axe,some 30 of lust from tight end to guard but I'm
success with the Dolphins, whose the 100 potentials pros who started learning pretty fast I think. I believe
already thin and inexperienced front camp have been cut. Still, 25 more the coaches know I can play. There's
was further stripped by an Injury to will be asked to turn In their play a lot to try to catch on to with a team 'ISIEVfllMMQliSIS : : : :
Joe Geisler and the contract squabble books. The roster is down to about 70 that likes to run the ball a lot. Things
I "retirement" of All-Pro Bob now said a Dolphin spokesman Fri- like steps are Riving me the most fo J fT: lCColl'ctdt: .

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..., Just Like ,the Big Guys & GirlsBradford .

County's young Pop Warner football players and cheerleaders are County to elect me as your next County!
doing It Just like on TV four evenings a week as preseason practice opened ,

recently.In the.picture above Highly Mile Cowboy Chris Tucker drives oul to hit the Commissioner, District 5 and let me
dummYwhlle his leamates watch and anxiously wait their turn. Coaches Ron '
left) and Brad Illldreth show the youngun's how to play this game. show I make differ=ence I
Below, Mighty Mile cheerleaders Linda Barnes(front) and Shaketha Jackson you can a : .
ready their lungs and hips for the season-opener.

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Truck Plaza busted "only" leadoff hitters Tommy Wise and Bill
21 home run In five games, .less than Ratliff were a combined 6-for-7 In r.swssas
what manager Dwight Elder ex- front of McGee.In .
pected, but still shook off Gator In- the finals of the winner's bracket
surance of Jacksonville to win against Wise pounded two homers and Tru.-k:
a loaded field in Lake Butler last Plaza picked up four runs In the top of
weekend. the seventh to wipe out an 8-7 Gator
The Starke champs, bolstered by lead. Two Gene Tanner circuit: clouts
pick-ups from league runnerup were waited when the Insurance club
:NuWaves. wheeled off the 4 Vi foot came back with their win Sunday.But
team trophy and sizable individual in the final the Jacksonville club
trophies by winning four of five couldn't get anything by the Starke
games. It came down to a 2-of-3 game Truck defense.
series with Gator Insurance and the "Our defense up the middle was
Truckers won It,beating the Jax team real, real strong with McKinney pitching
11-9 in the winner's bracket finals and and Ratliff at second and Wise
again 11-1 In the title game after at shortstop Elder said Power at .
Gator ripped them 24-1J early Sunday the bottom of the lineup was another f' '
afternoon. big plus. "We needed some power 4
Tourney MVP Danny McKinney down at the bottom end so we moved
closed the door up the middle from Jim Lewis and Gene Tanner down
the mound in the title game and was there and it helped. We got some run
4-for-4 with a homer to lock up the top production from the bottom half. We
individual award. Starke Truck, might have made that move a little

Gator which inning had been in Sunday's burled by initial a 15 title run bit Elder late in praised the season.the Lake" Butler crew _' _v.. ...a_r:_ ....__.....---'A...______h_...._____..._________..____. \
built an S-0 lead before Gator that'put on the tournament. "They '
finally got its first run off McKinney really know how to run a tournamentover Saturday's Heroes... Hopefully They are, from left to right bottom row Alien Scott (Freshman, GardnerWebb !
in the finale. Danny hit .750 with two there.The field's always In nice At least these five-the former Tornadoes who will be playing college footballIn ), Lawrence Patrick (Soph.. Florida), and Andrew Carter (Jit.; I
homers for the weekend. Randall shape, they always have new balls In the fall hope they'll be starring on Saturday's. If not this year then In the TuskeegeeM lop row Marvin Tyson (Soph., Illinois St.), and Emmett Bright
McGee made it a nearly a clean the game, and the umpires were ex' future. All have at least two'' years of collegiate eligibility left.. (Soph., Troy St.). .rj r
sweep for Starke Truck, tieing cellent. .I3
Gator's Steve Rogers for the Home

Run McGee trophy hit with three six of blasts.his six homers Elder said SuVfce'Truck will play College Football's the Game for 5 Grads I

and Jim Lewis added a couple shots Joyful Acres in Jacksonville Saturday
with men aboard as Truck Plaza out- ,.. j
slugged Gainesville Tire 19-17 in their Joyful is the top "A" team in Four college football! "veterans" and one rookieare athletes In the games." tough. Patrick added. "They are very extensive,!;
and will be the host for
Jacksonville
second game Saturday afternoon. be held squeezing the last bit out of their summer vacation Bright, who made the grade last year as a walk- twice as hard as in high school. Plus you get better:
"A" to
Randall the World tournament
Thomas was 4-for-4 in that and readying their bags to leave their Bradford on, Is also a second teamer, at free safety for Troy food." A smile opened as he thought of the training!:
win. They had slipped past Motion Industries at Drew Park. August -September homes and return to school as August winds down. State. But the lean -0,180 pounder is behind an All- table at UF. .J'
of Jax 17.10 Friday night as 1. Illinois and In Gulf South Conference in Harris As about balk:
They'll go to Normal ; Troy Tuskegee safety Spencer. The most exciting thing playing college
Alabama; Mars Hill, North Carolina; and one will the four veterans talked and Scott soaked on Saturday's rather than the Friday night gamo l
I I pack lightly and head to Gainesville. everything In last Thursday, Bright noted, and the All chimed in it was the atmosphere. "It's not th$*,
'Mud Dobbers' Win in NewberryThe Of the four only Andrew Carter can truly be calleda others agreed that to displace a senior "you can't crowd," Bright explained. "We get five or six thou:
"veteran" of the Saturday wars. Carter, a star just be as good as him, you have to be a whole lot sand.. I've seen more people out here (tat Bradford'
back on the 1976 BHS playoff team, playedin better.Everybody's got to wait their turn.At first it than school
Mud Dobbers. with six players from BGT and the rest pick-ups, won a running Stadium). It's just a step higher high ;
for Muscular in Newberry last weekend.The the backfield much of the time last year for was hard to accept It but you have to." and knowing you're out there makes the af-:
tournament Starke team made good Dystrophy its name In the rainy weekend,winning five of Tuskegee Institute a Division (small college) Tyson Is In the same boat at Illinois State. Bill mosphere." Patrick smiled at the five-six thousand:
on black school in Alabama, and is slated to start Fenn gained 1106 yards to rank 18th major in front @f f
six games to out-do Tabernacle Baptist of Palatka for the title.The Mud Dobbers among figure, mumbling that "man, we play :.
the but the somewhere this Fall in what he says will be his college rushers and is touted as a pro prospect at 55,000. i -
Tabernacle 16-5 Saturday their to championship
topped on way game of eligibility. Carter, now to 230 tailback. Marvin, a squat 5-7 178 pound bundle of : Florida=
Palatka church came back to pin a 10-9 defeat on the Mud-Dobbers Sunday junior year up "Hey, at Tuskecgee when we play PAM ( ;
to force a second power championship contest. This time the Starke team won 62. pounds on a six foot frame, figures he'll start the muscles who had a hard time finding a place to play A&M), Bethune-Cookman, Alabama St... they gor
off at tight end and also play some .college ball because of his size is battling for the I I"atmOllphcro"
The Mud-Dobbers also beat the Junkies 25-19, Gainesville Fire Department year may crazy Carter said\ In his way of describing:
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wishbone running back. number two spot behind Fenn as fall drills open and :.;
26-5 in five innings, and Wesley Methodist 15-9, in their tourney win. ;
The others have their varsity ball ahead of them. to be in the to fill Fenn's shoes in
hopes scrap 1981. own:
Jackson Prevail and Doug Mains both hit .667 to lead the Mud Dobbers while Curfew wasn't as popular a thought. "They
Three In Lawrence Scott 5-11 and 235 and known
John Ramsey hit at a .632 clip, Stuart Duncan was at .563, Buddy Paterson .550, are sophomores eligibility. affectionately as you,"as Patrick put it. "We're going back too 10:30: 1
Patrick,enlarged to8-2,225 by the weights and what "Fat Albert" in these parts, said his name was "
Johnny Griffis .524, and Randy Corbin even 500. In a wet weekend with few p.m. curfew at Florida "Man the take your car. *
he calls "a great table" will be a second- listed number three at right offensive tackle on the
training
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homers Mains had two and Ramsey and Duncan one each.Raiford Carter said. of Tuskecgoe. :
keys,
I year man at the University of Florida after a red- depth chart when he last visited Mars Hill (7-3-1 last ;
shirt year and JV playing time Emmett Bright,like year). "I'm behind a senior and a junior on the Emmett thought of another disliked difference in"the ;
Patrick a Lawtey product, also heads Into his chart but the coach also asked me if I've played any college game."They don't give out awards af Utf:
sophomore season, returning to Division II toughie defense so he might be thinking about playing me the games like we did in high school.You don't have*
I I 01JruU0 E} (! E ? QWEE5 Troy State of Alabama.And Marvin Tyson, the BHS both. From what these guys say you have to be anything to look forward to.They before out slam::
single-season rushing record holder, will go the far- twice as good to beat out a senior," Scott said, nod- for your helmet. And I remember the first;
thest, to Division I Illinois State for his second cam- ding at his elders."But if I don't beat him out I wantto game last year I asked some guys when we wend:
Tourney Food program director Denisc Revl paign.Allen Scott,the Tornado offensive lineman of at least get some recognition from the coaches supposed to pick up our jerseys to wear 'em around;
This WeekendThe and recreation supervisor Charles the year in 1980 is the freshman, heading to DivIsion As Bradford County's collegians sat on the stepsof school Friday. Man, they" just laughed at me They'don't
Cunningham arc putting the II Mars Hill in North Carolina the BHS stadium and traded stories about their do that up there. .
Raiford Poor Boys will be for the boys and girls who have party been on How much will the younger fellows play? experiences they reached common ground most of When the conversation turned to their days at
hosting a men's Softball tournamentat involved in the Reno Recreation Patrick says he expects to start fall practice at se- the time. For Instance all agreed that the biggest BHS. and how the Tornado program had prepared
the Raiford ballfield this weekend, all summer. program cond team defensive end and is hoping for his first difference in the high school and college game Is them for college ball Patrick said "I think this program -
August 15-17. varsity playing time with the Gators, "I think I'm that off-season preperatlon Is taken for granted by. is probably a step up from most of the others
Play starts Friday night at 7:30 McDonald, the City Fish and Meat going to play lot. Florida's gonna play more people the college coaches in getting you ready" The others noddod in agreement
p.m., continues all day Saturday, and Market,and parents donated food and this season. We lost most of our games last yearIn "You are expected to be In shape when you come and Carter" added "Yeah, definitely, I was
picks !back up Sunday at 1 other goods for the parly. the second half and they want to have more fresh back," as Bright put it. "And the workouts are so more prepared.
Already entered are the Poor Boys,
Skeeters (the reunited Senior Boys)
and Hayes Electric of Starke Hampton
Volunteer Fire Dept., the Mud Raiford Softball League; Seeing is Believing" j
Dobbers and Gilpin's of Lawtey, Fort

Call (Worthington Springs, Tom's While the women's league stan Monday night the Dazzlers drilled

Factory Macclenny Outlet and, and the Lake Bootleggersfrom City Merchants dings stayed tight as a drum Maclen- the Rowdies 7-1 though the Rowdies A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words"These
.Two teams ny's Bootleggers won two games by a Donna Thornton was the leading hit- j
round out more a 12-team field.are expectedto total of three runs over the Poor Boysto ter with a 2-for-4 game with a triple .
stretch its men's league lead in the The Bootleggers stayed undefeated
Poor Boys Softball league in Raiford. (5-0) with wins of 17-16 and 12-10 over are old sayings, but still very true today. In orderto
Macclenny's Chargers, who were the Poor Boys. Vic Crews smashedtwo
idle in front of the women's homers and make good solid decisions
Youth SoftballSet stayed Larry Burnsed added about our school system ;
league pack at 3-1 but Keystone another in the Macclenny team's one- ,
for Reno PrattThe Heights and Pure Poison of Macclenny run victory. Wilbur Rogers was school board members'.MUST have first
were just behind at 3.2 following 3-for-4 with a homer, Harold Esford I
Reno ballfield and PrsttStreet's Monday night's games and the Poor was for-3 with a four-bagger, and hand knowledge. I ii
Recreation field will be the
Boys women are 22. Larry Reid was 2-for2 in that loss, 1
sites for a county wide Softball tour Pure Poison beat the Starke while in the second meeting of the two 1I I
nament for 9-15 year-old girls and Rowdies 7-1 last Tuesday and then clubs Rogers was for-2, D.K. Whit-
boys today Thursday August 14. edged the Community Bank Dazzlers man 3-foM, and Freddie
Teams from Lawtey, Lincoln City, 5-4 Thursday August 7 2-for-3. Floyd FACT: There are SEVERAL schools and facilities in i
Pleasant Grove Reno and
the
Mary Felton popped a homer and was The Poor Boy* ripped Lawtey's
Starkettes of Pratt St. will compete in 4-for for the Community Bank team Wildcats 28-1 in a men's game last which my incumbent opponent has not visited ; I
the girls tourney and all but Pratt St. .
while
Mary Lyons was 2 for-2 and Thursday Joe Brannen was I-for-6ln
will also field teams in the boys tournament Tammy Barton 3-for-S. that win. ONCE his
during two-year term !
Play starts at 9 a.m. Thursday at
both Pratt St. and Reno with the finalsof 1
the single-elimination event, mov- Re-Elect DAVE .
ing to Reno. The boys title game is set j Administrators i Teachers, Parents, Employees
for about 1:30: p.m. with the girls : .
championship to follow at about 3:30: Shuford and Students'- YOU !
Charles tournament director WILL SEEM: j

CUnningham. I'q Commissioner a .r. asttttltls alter
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Reno Rec. to Hold IMitrict I I Will be in each and every school and facility
\'?So I Continue To Pledge A Businessman
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1'ho HI'1I0Ih'I'/'I'lIlillll Cenler will be 5? not once but SEVERAL times each year. I Witt .


hiildint luuk-lo-Kiluiol mi 1'IIII.or.lhl'pur for Kuinnicr lit kids ages and I Will Greatly Appreciate Your Vote ,be there not just to observe, but also to listen.
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educating our children In Bradford County with a new Superintendent of Education who has had ." "' '. .. :, .. '

experience' Insurance auditing and could lJa"ncelbe county budget. As an Assistant Auditor, I r, ''" : -. "' ..', s1'

traveled 14 states and audited district: office accounting books. I also do corporation Income tax Elect: :,;-, .

accounting In my own business. Let RIB help you use your tax dollars wisely so that the county 1

school budget operates every year In the black and not In the red. The above can be accomplished

with my experience and our Instructional programs, will not nave to suffer. I RICHARD iEv'.

TAKE POLITICS OUT OF EDUCATION

ELECT JERRY LAWSON .

SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION i School Board Dist. 3

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at US-301 and Police records show the vandalism 48, of. Lawtey waa eastbound on that was secured by a lock. The robbers charged: a* the with result disorderly of an Incident Intoxicationand In the
Gulf Service Station CH-125 when a deer ran into the path crawled through the opening with
discovered when the store was also charged
ArrestedFor Aug. 0, at was the patrol car waa
Woman night In
SR-ioo Saturday opened for business by employees. of the car and was struck and killed. Police have two suspects mischief.
criminal
DWI, ResistingA 11:45: y records. show James F. they came to work at the atoreoedby No citation was Issued by the case, but no arrests "have been madeat Records show that after Green WOIIDlaced
Police Dean CorbrttNo highway patrol.Johnson's. this paper went to''preaa. car she kicked tMleft
24-year-old Starke woman was arrested was charged with In the patrol
by Hampton authorities on two criminal Doughterty mischief of a pickup truck arrests had been made as this Supply Police Car,Damaged rear window out. She was then -'
charges Sunday. Aug. 10 at 9:33 p.m. 'owned by Scott Sullivan. Doughterty ,paper went to press. .Charged'A taken to Bradford County Hospital
Hampton Marshall Fred Phillips waa charged with breaking the windshield oke".IDto, Woman22,. Starke by officers for treatment of
arrested Vicki Padgett on a disorderly and rear window out pi[ the) Girls Purses A farmers supply store In Starke 22-year-old SUrke woman was ar- cuts and abrasions sustained when
Intoxication and resisting arrest vehicle.: The radio antenna and the Stolen from Car was broken Into Sunday. Aug. 10,*at rested when police were called to the ,the window was kicked out. Green In
without violence.She right rear door was kicked In.according 7:52 p.m.but nothing was taken as the Holiday Inn on US-301 north where also charged with kicking the
is being held in lieu of $583.50 to police records. Two Keystone Heights female robbers fled from the store on foot. she was taken custody and headliner out of the car In which she
bond in the Bradford County Jail in. Bond was set In the case at$285.SO teenagers had their purses stolen Police records show Johnson's transported to the county jail on two was a passenger, according to police.
SUrke. after be was booked at the Bradford from the front seat of a car while Farmers Supply at 405 East Brownleewas charges Thursday Aug. 7. at 12:10 recorda.
County Jail in Starke. they were visiting the Frank Nax- broken into by the thieves with a.m. Green was booked at the Bradford
Binoculars Stolen worth residence on Ellington Road entry made on the west side of the Police records show Deborah Fay County Jail in Starke and was later
From Police CAr Station RobbedAt near 10:30 Starke p.m.Bradford. last Thursday, Aug.7, at building by pulling the plywood apart Green, Rl. Box 1960, Starke, was released on$216 bond. -

Two year-old Starke men were GunpointTwo County Sheriffs Department .
arrested by Starke Police for pilfering black males held the Happy records show that Stephanie
a pair of Jason 20 x 50 model Gulf Service at up US-301 and'' Wheeler.17,and Dora Broom 10,left Watery Eye 1
,, binoculars from the seat of Stop SR-100 in Starke and fled on foot with their purses in the vehicle and they Dog Days Feed .
Patrolman WK Mcintir e's patrol undetermined amount of cash Sunday were ,pilfered while they visited Nax-
,. car Sunday. Aug. 10, at 5:40 a.m. an Aug. 10, at 3:50 a.m. worth family.No Short Dry PasturelnR'1Hcjr !
Police records show Clayton Police records show the attendant one had been arrested or the Blues at
Sumner and Lester Lamar males who purses recovered as this paper went
Augustus black
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were booked Starke.Criminal at. the Bradford County police as this paper went to press. North of LawteyA 'You Need -' -
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deer was killed after it was struck
Mischief Vandals Break by a car causing$1,500 damage to the "
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Charged to YouthA Store WindowA west of Lawtey last Thursday Aug.7,
19-year-old Starke man was arrested plate glass window valued at$400 at 4-13pm.
by police on a criminal was found broken at the Starke Florida Highway Patrol records ..
mischief case that involved an Inci- Firestone Store on US-301 at Pratt show a 1977 Pontiac Grand Prix FEED FEED BEST POLICY AROUND
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.. Koehler Brothers operated by Robert ,James Murray of Lake Geneva and a bicycle ridden Sheriffs Department f of'pilfering a Bradford County 'Jail In Starke
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:? was traveling north, exceeded a safe by Sheldon Long of Gainesville were check from a Starke restaurant, ac- awaiting a bond hearing which had Highest Prices
: Plead InnocentTwo speed, ran, off tile:; road and into adltch. both headed north when the truck ran cording to' a' spokesman for the not taken place at the time. this
Hampton brothers plead not i into the back of the bicycle, knocking department'r went to press. paper PAID --
'guilty to first degree murder in the FHP re"Murrary:;; was Long; onto the east shoulder of the Records; show Nell Norman Golden, .. Class Rings Etc

Jjuly 10 shotgun murder of Randall taken by private vehicle. to Union highway. .. ... 22, of L and Wilburt C.Jeffrey, Canard Mold Co.'
.. .- Moore ata. mobilehom0-in--thtrHillcrest .:General:-Hospltai" n; Lake- abroken Long wall brought"To "Bt df rd' 28, of Stare,--... .charged-with-- .-... J' 301 N. Lawtay '
section on Oak 'Avenue In where he, !underwent surgery for County Hospital In Starke where he grand theft of a $697.50 government I I.. WJF to 2
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'Keystone Helghs,.when arraigned In right wrist" was treated In the emergency room check from Blaine Thompson, '
.Circuit Court In Green Cove Springs Charges are pending'In:' the mishap., for neck and leg Injuries. A operator of Sonny,'* Barbecue '.
"Tuesday, August 12. spokesman for Bradford County Restaurant In Starke where the two d'

: Dale and Douglas Koehler appeared Truck,Turns'Into 1 Hospital confirmed thatat the time be men worked.A F"----' -- --_.. _. .
before Clay County. aCar was treated In the emergency room spokesman for the BCSD told this .
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Larry Smith who al Long was paralyzed in his lower extremities paper that one of the men had access MAKE MONEY
cult court judge and enter their not $250 In dalna'g.'wa"recorded In a andwas transferred to a to the incoming mail and the pair unsuccessfully
'guilty pleas in the case. .car-truck mishap with no one injuredat Gainesville hospital tried to cash the check at ,
i : Moore was shot twice as he was out- the Intersection of Edwards!: Road the Community State Bank and J 1 PREPARING
side the mobile home at about.11:15 and US-301 Starke Tuesday,August Stolen Check Florida Bank at Starke and also tried

!It am. last.July 10 and died on arrival 12, at 8:19: p>n.. f.,,.sBr Hard to Cash unsuccessfully to cash the check at 'INCOME 1 TAXESe:
an Orange Park Hospital. Police records show a 1980 Honda Dahmer's Discount Store on East Call
The case get for sedan WUliard arrested St. in downtown Starke. ,,
was tentatively a operated by.Glen Two men were Tuesday ---- I an -- ----- --
f trial the week of October 8 with Prevatt,36, of Starke, pulled beside a Aug. 12; ,: by: the ,Bradford County Both men were being held in the Enroll In the H&R Block Income Tax Course now.
lat Lamar Winegeart slated to 1978 GMC truck driven by Elray $. : Make money during tax time. Comprehensive course '
Estes 22, of Waldoi'Eslea!: did not see :.tetugrtt by experienced H&R Block Instructors begins
the other vehicle! and turned Into the soon In your area. Send for free Information.
Couple Caught side of that car. Classes begin
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| With Marijuana No citations were issued" by police. In area locations will. be held ,
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S: A Starke couple was arrested on a Carlos Ford Arrested r--------------,
fScharge of felony possession of marl- I Contact our noniost oHieo, .
::juana after deputies from the Bradford -. On Marijuana Charge'
::: County Sheriffs Department A 32-year-old Starke man was arrested I HR BLOCK I

%caught: the pair running from a/houseon at his juke on two charges by THOMAS METALS INC. II WHO COULD DE A BETTER .
:'- Edwards Loop Road with grocery Starke Police, Friday Mug. 8, at 6:40: INCOME TAX TEACHER? .
full of the '
j bags Illegal weed. p.m. with $2,500 worth of Marijuanaand
f':: James Ray Crawford, 20, and his other drugs found by police. Fla./
'j f:wife Selma Louise Crawford 19 were Police records show Carlos Ford Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage
charged:: with felony possession of (alias Al Capon) was arrested for aggravated preparation course and how I can make money. .
marijuana, BCSD records show a battery of Stephen Eugene Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows I Name..
{deputy was going to the house to pull Ousley. During the arrest Lt. M.L.. II
(some marijuana. plant, ha had Sibley and Patrolman W.K. Mcintire Manufacturer Address II
.i observed growing on the property. As found a large amount of marijuana'and Buy Direct From .And Save City_ II
;the deputy turned Into the property. other drugs at the juke located on .
i he saw the Crawford running out the North Oak Street In the Reno section DECIVERY State Zip II
j back door. The deputy then drove his of Starke. Several weapons were con- FREE Phone I

fear around to the back and caught fiscated by police. Ford was alsocharged Lake Butler,, ; Fla., r. 496-2013 fir.ISat.re.t -tttrnr-s--.e---/
tlhem holding six grocery bags and !; with felony possession of
'tone garbage sack filled with the marluana. marijuana. ,
:] Value of the plants was Ford was released Saturday morn
:estimated at 6000. ing, Aug.9, from Bradford County jail
ec: Crawford was released from the after posting a $1,000 personal
:rBradford County Jail in Starke after recognizance bond on each of the two EAGLE ,
;posting bond of $500. His wife was charges. e

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.: Monday, Aug. It, at 11:45: a.m. when his bicycle was struck from'
iln a one vehicle accident with $500 behind by a dump truck on US 3011.7'
damage to the truck Involved, on miles south of Starke, Monday, Aug.
dDoan Bridge Road, S.2 miles east of 11, at 12:10: p.m.
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WSW1te9 Retail Wheel Covers ... : I ..
Winter-NNNner' concentrate lee can 01w -ply lomto with two-oMod _of t pack"_
'5002 Tinted Glass & II\IOI.PI.,donoWat 000 two-ply tho*!aIn sash roll. \ OUR DISCOUNT PRIG

1'- Poly/collon solids plaids chockl. MIA
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A poarllxod map cloouroa. Hap pockets and :
price busters tt.lchtd yokes S 10 XL.
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Dual Race Mirrors.. City SOlid aaN ck"ry. ou'tla 80 mklute" --t .- \ ,/T
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Special PaintnLuxury, Decor yap ass con. rr. >.i'
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Seats.AM Radio SALE smif eMome ".fell COOL TOPS OR SHORTS MEN'S KNIT POLOS .nlBfS T-awNTS
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85400:. 2iftel CHOICEI WERE 209 WERE air WERE ... WERE a...*

I Polyon thotl Mow knit. Solldt.' tmp.. No-iron poly- Ooldon. blond -'or/cOllon. .Lt
top, poivoalor puM-onA $.M.1.' let and poly/collon. Some WBrian." .8-111.; J.S"III...
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)I l Crosbys Reunite .' ...". "...'\'.......,. ",....... : 1' ., .) v WWVWWWW. Union County Ads .------..--.-.-------:-. I

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'l This Weekend T'

u.;., HELP. WANTED PERSONALSERVICES FOR SALE FOR SALE

Family members of the late PhWp"Uncle Phil" : -
I to gather SINGER HOUSE row! SALEyou move
: and Clarissa M. Bragg Crosby
l. Saturday and Sunday. Aug. 16-17 for their annual YOU SATURDAY NIGHT OMIWORKIRS Ion IwHhorgood SWANTIDito CUSTOM. /'I1': 'MADE'Fro* arm sawing mochlno.Strotch remodeled small frame

I' '. family reunion. BUAP, IPI litH ..: llcho*. but home, two bedl'oom. conIral -
Leading Florida Businessmen Share* The at ham. Earn 1150
On the first day of the reunion (Saturday, Aug. 10)), y per'c.. No ewp.rl.ncC ..tlrnat*.. /f'll'* 'local'{' fonholot, monogram, heat/air carpeted. ,
family members have planned a peanut boiling from Secret. Of Their Success And The 'Influence distributors for catnplctoly blind h....*. makes equipped kitchen. $19.000.
f; :Io'' n.dd. Sand Itrchindobl dovlgnt. II. ........... Payoff Call 496-3993. I tchg 8/14.
.
"Ole place at Brooker Ol. 'In Their Lives. .wa.hab' v.4no
,. 3-5 p.m. at the Philip Crosby t Christ' ( .) and a long tlo..II" balanco due $138.10 1973 DATIUN' PtOC-UPtwIth

where the Richard Crosby and Hugh B. Crosby, Jr. Jfl : FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMCNS .tafnp.d ..._10.... to ..ii!! advartltod G.d..n.Drap.I. cath or taka overpoym.nt. topper and built In tool(
... SW Entor-
families now live. EnterprlM.. 423 N. l>plnaf of 11.80 ...' bo.... Goad condition.
,\ The Sunday reunion has been scheduled for the Lake tl ..,/' FELLOWSHIP BANQUET AUG. 16 Loa Crwom N.M. 88001." prlia.. Cd' or Lama month. Whit. Sowing $879. Call49o-2724. I tchg
All '" .. Slophonn' 49A-2219..
Butler Community Center from 10a.m. until 3 p.m. itchy 7/31 874.
Jlr. '" r Confer, 3527 S.W. Archer 8/14. .
family members and friends are invited to attend and at WESTERN STEERSTEAKHOUSE 5le0TFN.CRAWFORD'S: .; Road Archor Square 1973 PINTOi$999. Quasar 19

% bring a favorite dish. Dinner at 6.30 P.M. Phone 473-2203 or 473-2702 Plaza Calnotvllla. 'Inch black and whit.

Some 200 persons attended the reunion last year. AT REGULAR !MENU"' PRICES Meeting At 7:30: p.m. WANTEDSTAIVEY'S COMMISCIAIIXTIMMNATINO CO.i S.rnwing 376-4466. tfnchg 8/14 TV-1125. Call ,496.3766.

that In Lake Butler," says TOUCHMATKMlcrowovo ."...
"We Sunday Itpd
expect many Public Invited To Both Families Welcome homai, bu.lna.. In
Chairman Crosby. Union. Bradford Columbla -' I oven, novor us AKC MEOISTERIDtBlack
Further Information may be obtained by calling SCRAP Countlm. 496-3986 Col. od. full factory warranty. Labrador ..., ."... 4yearnold

Ruby Brannen.Janet Nichols Carter Philip Nichols MITAlipayi dollar lor lact. 7/3 TFN CHO. Assume payments of $18 female. Very friendly-

Patsey Lawson In Starke or Estelle. TUghman at aluminium. copper IIVIRA1 FAMILY YARD ...' month. Whlto Sowing needs room to run. $90.

276-5095 In Gainesville. STARKE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL radiators, battwy'c. 4905 AlltSot.Aug.lo west of and Appllanca Cantor Call Tony 431-1114. 2tpd.

At noon Sunday Aug. 17, families and friends will Wtf Sth St., laka lutl.l Providence, on. Rd. 238.8oglni 3927 S.W. Archer Rood Archer CHARMING SPANISH STYLS3

hold a brief meeting to make introductions discuss Call 496-2773 a.k for at 9 a.m. Clothot, Iqua,. Plaia, bedroom I 1/2 bath

events of the past year and make plans for next year. Quality Education In A Christian Atmosphere L.roy. 3lpd. 8/14 8/21 lurnltur. >ho*> and whatnots Galnssvtl l... 376-4466. carpet. .1_., cantrol heat
tfnchg 8/14 and air, large
yard
and 8/28.
Family members are urged to bring pictures otc
items of historical value to share with others. Items llchg 8/14., IS"COLOR assumabla mortgage, low
be donated to the Bradford County HistoricalBoard OPENINGS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS FOR RENT (rV coniolo modal under Intereat, owner anxious
may
$188 cash ROOM TO
INSURANCE warran", or GROW sSup.r. nice
of Trustees to be placed in the old courthouse in
aituma payment pf two bedroom one bath on
Starke when it opens as a museum. K1 31st Grade 2 3rd Grade 25th Grade 3 $1860 p.. month. Whlto large comer lot (238X130))
MAINIS INSUMANCI AGINCVt -
The following committees were appointed by Chair NOOSE IN lAKi Sowing and Appliance with carport. Low taxes,

man Al Crosby In preparation for the annual reunion: KM 2 2nd Grade 44th Grade- 16th Grade 2 MmiRtCall 49e-395o.. llpd lu".160.. 496-3978.S. Lake Av.Comptoto. Lake' Confer. 3527 S.W. Archor lots of extras, owner will

Time and Place: Hilda Drlggers Dukes of Lake 8/14. Insurance Soivlco. TFN Rood Archor Square flnanc. at 11 percent.

Butler. mill BEDROOM MO8I1IHOMIiFour Plaza Galnoivllla. 'GROWING FAMILY-SUPER
Supplies: Estelle Mott Tilghman of Gainesville. Grades 7 12 Also limited number of openings muss Iron 3764466. tfnchg 8/14 BUVtlow down payment

Peanut Boiling: Wright Crosby and Hugh B. Crosby i i i Lak. Bullor. Nlca yard FOR SALE I OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP owner will finance, three

Jr. of Brooker. Fall Semester Begins August 25th .pac.. lurnlshod. Call PLUS. OlMSiSee Union bedroom one bath air

Finance Committee: Pasco Mott Gainesville and 496-2842. Itchg 8/14. 8S GALLON OIL County Time Monday heat. III. floor and (large
open
DRUMS>$2.SI> to $5.00 lot.'
Ralph Mott Silver Springs MD. and Tuoiday 8:30 a.m.
History and Publication: Manly Crosby Vellenga of CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION ooch. Coll NAPA 496-2345. to S p.m.. .Wednesday 'I For more Information on the

Starke and Barbara Davis Foster of Gainesville. 179 2tchg8/14a/2l. cIa...., Thursday and Friday thr. listing above coll-

Correspondence: Clarissa Waters of Land-of-Lakes. 964-6490 or 9648177GREAT HONDA. TwlnitorCMI85T 8.30: a.m. till noon. AAA Reality John K.
Ilk. new 2.390
Jr. 496-3814,
'Ol ILICTRIC ORVIRtCood
mil. .- twin cylinder/ weekend and
condition .been used.. even
electric' start Also" two on- navor Ing*.8/14 llchg.BREEN .
Violet' Italn. SR 121-turn
,
collant holmoti.

I f 1.1 496-2011.8/14 llpd. Call I.ft by trailer Henry on Douglas lelt. ,llpd second 4 FREEZERi$7 PEANUTS a bushel.FOR Call


H YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE -- 814.Keystone. ord.r 8/148/21.In at 496-3408.{ 2tchg M




I OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST I Area AdsWANTED I






SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN PERSONAL FOR SALE


ROOMMATE WANTID-. SERVICES TWO ACRES near SIM00

female. Own BR In 6-room near Keystone' Height..
CLASSIFIED SECTION. hou... lokelront on Lake CARPENTER WOIIK.lI.modalln" $300 down. S6684 per

Hutchison. $125 month work kllch.n.cabln.ts month. Phon. 473-4058 or

1/3 utllltlei; flrit-lait. plus and trimcarpenter. 473-4367 alter 6 p.m.
Reasonable
ecurlty. Many privll.gas.Phons tfnchg 9/4 .
473-3110 Irom 5.11 price Coll Ed Dampsey at LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-

Shop The Sun's Classified section SIEKINOi p.m. 4'chg7/24./I"Middl.og.dg.ntl.man ALCOHOLIC 4732477. tlnchg ANONYMOUSl 7/3 financed Keystone 10 Height percent, owner: In

Closed.
...k. meetings Monday
female tertsl. lot on clear sand
companion. Hark worker; p.m. Open meetings' Friday bottomed lake, priced to

modest Income. Replies 8 p.m. Alanon Monday sell from $9,OOO.. One to

every day for great shopping values. confidential. Wrlle to Mr. 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 live acres overlooking lake
All In
lonely 1'.0.80.250. Lake p.m. meetings (ac.... available) with

Geneva 32660. IIpd 8/14 Eduollonollulldln", Community nice trees from $3.900
Church. 7/3.
tfnchg $900 down ISO a month.
PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING
Comm.rclal frontagelnvtmnt "
/ and '
TV OFPICE MANAGER FORRENT wallpapering. opportunity.SR21N. .
TECHNICIAN HELP
F,1 Phone 473-2477.
charae responsibility/ aResponsibility tfnchg
Ou/sIM/ awgerlance County W'de' preH loosn Duw buNne.s. We need a nldhi'manager A part Own.r-salss |:an.
dIb4 TV, AOONW 10th Ave 12.0OO. Call i time counter help, Applyn per* HOUSE ON HUTCHISON 7/10 4734373. tfncrig7/3 %;
Norm 373 0711; basal lln0 Snel non only.WhaI-A-RUIb7: NW ,SECURITY SVSTIMS-DO IT
full TV"U..nU'hD..ne.d. lino No call or obligation until:/ 13th S/.7 3O Momwvekdav :' it r. lAKIpvallable" >i !Seat.J4): : )- AIC.C"DOIlItMAN .PI/PS-
V ,, : or part on time.photo composition Mutt H, 'vxparltnca placed Service charge ov.r.n. HOL'O"'V 'INN UNIV ceNTeR SR-214, seven miles. from VOURSILF AND SAVI. You Beavtllul 'litter of ..... f/ee
au'pmanl Apply In parfon 1..90d.v. I* hiring kitchen end 'loungeperson t Keyitone Height Phone can 'Install your own obedience moons. Sire,
earn satt.12 e CO aTYPIST S2OO W Nawberrv Rd. PART TIME CLERK TYPIST, *! If you nave experience. 359-9302. .J... Itpd 8/14 security sytem and ove. and dam IronWACHEMEISTER <
With possibility' ol becoming full o. e cook or have worked In
w. handle 100
security
PART full time In fall Must be able lo work tilgh volume lounge, apply' In AVAILABLE SIPT. 1--2BR furnished over DOBERMAN
or time 0 Seam 12'3O noon ONLY. Mon.Frl .. _son""m device, Expertasiilonce
_r Transportation. required' Send No Phone Call duplex an lake Phon. 473-7199. tlnchg f'3
NO OTHER HOURS WILLBE
o
rv um to P O Boa .
729. GainVtlHf ; Installation
EL. 376OI CONSIDERED. Must behlgnschool Brooklyn Immokolee/ or CEOAMi I.' rough cut.best
): graduate. good lvP>*t. HOUSEKEEPER available. Satisfaction

.'.'.ELEfNTARYIEACIfRS e.".."".... ,C.II .. ..._ Tvplns: ".rn S3'l5/h.'O. ;' on good phone wlth""ur..nd"k Apply.... SW :341'* SI, 4.1....In o.sehwrsperaaV. Road No 473-2492.pati. Phoneevenings ouaran...... Hill's Security grad.32 slght-footboards
? Your Horn Or AAina E..n'.oc 3tpd 8 I.n-IDOl boards
Stnoo'I Plk.. 1 3'" .. .. Suite t. 10am I2noon ONLY See C.II._"_oa._0 : :
par provide' paper. rib 8/14-8/28 Systems. 4733549. Stpd
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Mr* JohnsonPORTE twelve-loot board.
bans ..
36J97 HOUSE KEE PERLebylu/e To
7/3'.1/2'
TEACHfRSHGH SCHOOL live In and care for professional LAKE SANTA Fi. 3BR 18A, S33O. 479-1310. 4tchg
Science. State certified' aioloov.l RN ft. part time eveninn). couple end 3 mo. old. child Fur CARPENTRY AND MASONRY
for furnished.
9 months
CnNnlfirV. 17754001. ....., group Dhvi.ctan office Send great for 2nd income reputable nlshed room provided and saiary only. 7-24-8/14 :
: r* um* mt. PI6/4. Sun company Call ACTION.3tU WORK Build patios.
SCI1epl. .
P41.Ik A'.G.Pn $275/month.
4 O't. Prefer mature'' lady Refer Phone UPRIGHT FREEZER-
Drawer *vlHa. FL 37 O? 23OO 1704 N ft!.a 1. : I
required fireplaces, additions
erwes Reply Bo
Fee n"poll.bl.arms' 'yr 'y- 4734961. ItchIJ'II"LOSTFOUND
Sun oraw A. G'v 1115 .'? Free Montgomery Ward :only

__,.,_==_.__ .remodeling..lIma.... used 3 months. $219.
::7 Oays--473-4473. Phon. 473-4868. Itpd 8 ,.14

Iflr-a Oid.moollft ..."... ....aon. '/, PONT I AC FIREBIRD' Nlghts-782.3906. 4tpd 25" COLOR ,
air new brake. 8M4-9
transmission' Automatic' air.3O3 TV console model under
alternator, toaltarv
tire Good V .. .3AHARFRtO ,. LOST MALI CIRMANSHEPHIRO '
.r.r.Gm.: Cell Menei AUTO ANTIQUE IM PLYMOUTH warranty $188 cosh "or 4
IMPORTS
t 1 1 4 door: I'/ old
i 3/2 urn o' restore** year Classified Ads ossuma payments'
Besr offer or will tr.rte .
/ PLYMOUTH ARROW Air. black' and tan answer. to
1919 FORMULA 'lor 18.60 month.
FIREAIRO mallcar 48t 7iJ199BUICK White
c AM/FM,._ Great Casselt on* oaf EMC m//e.ollon/ ."..lyVgp IO.OOO miles. ....00 c.*..".. 'There.. Loft In Lake Hut. Sewing. per and Appliance
cruise control, lilt APOLLO'
wheel" excel' Res4ifs"g
1911 OATSVN ..01.. ....It.n' term* Celt 315 TOM lent mpg mo 3M aoopt9 Mooch.nlc.llv..nd 4 door needs body work cheton area Aug. 7. Center, 3527 S.W. Archer

Contll FAA' 17,00 l/qrs./: a I9.=m11e1'' ,. aI. AM. 'W) ARROW 6J 5 SPEED 'o Grand Prl* Fully' toaitod' _Ce113f774e3_ eltcr 6 p 3530.' m19738UICKUSA8RE Reward. 473-4816 days: Road Archer Square

310..7.....S StSludeoP 7764101. Alf ".cal anlask": '" *5,KM. All Polvoiycoat option* extended Call Frl.warranty. 475-1071 alters p.m.: 2tchg Plain. Gainesville.
D.y161 17 for Rurn.i i. 3/3 Sun 9 4, 8/14-21 FOR SALE
9ruoiSlurtent 376 4466. Ifnchg 814 :
l 1976 DATSUN 280Z 4 door good mechanical conrt
,
greatmp. 71 PONTIAC I tlpn TOUCHMATICMicrowovs :
condition' LCMANS evcettent topO 3/4 903 f19rtJ
Low ;
mileage cclt fnt condUIor1' "G-n'u' 'O condlllon. EMU
now
; .d : transmission,
Ra.l Otte. 377 1737 I owner overtoa mutlPLVAAOUTH lire.. air shock, SKYLARK. 4 dOOT. SINGER oven never us*
loll 'Imnledlarol' 'V. 1190 3162250 ballory S9/S AM,fM .... MISCELLANEOUSCARPORT
noooliable 3/9 4S49 m or Nceat body /.k. 2/S. Fr. arm sewing machine. .d. full factory warranty.
19/ACAPRIII foe aOf :.. Call 33077
SWMthAve
Lewiniltl..w.400000, AM/FM, OU9TEN. t9f1' Stretch stitches, buttonholes Assume payments of $"

Coed alloy 5 Prv1'00; ?' "W 7/3.1)53. Autotnaiic.economical/ air' powcf 6 cvllntter: sioorina/ MXirl*/3 PONTIAC coupe 1oel LeMan, ratllal.*gold.AM NewLA. ...pot.K CONVERTIBLE new ,_. AM'FM.': SALE! Friday' and monograms. per month. White Sewing
LowmHeaqc tllPg 7150690 air euton atlc Saturday August IS and and
r-ftAtatMl 3SOV99* 3/i 4)139) : Excellent condlBARGAIN blind hams, makes Appliance Center
.
Iraq s3700 LO Ca1 457 SAO1 allay S 16 from 95. Turn on PecanSt. designs. Repossessed. Pay 3927 S.W. Archer Rood "..

between, ball fields'
char Square Plato
all balance due $138.10
.-- follow signs post Paradise Gosh or take overpayment GalnesvlDe. 3764466.

Ridge to 'left.. tchg 8.'14 tlnchg 8 14
'* of SI IBO per

month. White Sewing IS' SPORTCRAFT. 30HP
Center, 3527 S.W. Archer
HOMES FOR
IV1J'P Road. Archer Square.Plaso. Evlnrude. good condition
? with Gator tilt ',all... All
you are 0
4 SALE ,
/ b.V4r an<* looking d"c"mln."no for a / BfcAtJTlfJL. Wooded croc*. : Gainesville. accessories. $1,600
*H>ocir/ home*i to. fton't mitt, very /sine< .acre*, s mirt from down '- 3764466. tlnchg B 14 .
n 10' 473 3363. .
under Ipd 8 14
THE HAMMOCK current mo 912 GUk NOON .
GATOR IONS LAKES Modern WASHER AND DRYER
Secturlert; woortvd } acre' tort praised value Call 3/8 f'*0 '8M/' b4/h. ,iax 2mobilehomrorlo KEYSTONE HEIOHTS-2'l
*urr unriina IO earn 'lake Owner MM11r.91p 3 n Yavo/1,34100. 2BR IBA unfurnished almost new. heavy duly
"n.n HOWAPOM lOOM. :REALTOR No Qualifying NW 1 SR. 9 Ih/3/7.60' oak*. $5.900. S500 down.
3/1 OMIAnVI/n,0/ <_-cnt turat/alr/ orC4t room btlhi fire nk3/D"FkRw/IIbW:: ; air. IYraWNtR.KINWOOD 473-2479. tfnchg 8 14 Phon.473.7008.ltchg8 14 Phone 473-3694. Itpd 8 t4II
place cut do *ac. fenced yard n/Y\oA.noeAfsanework/ Partialfinancingavailable 1
Real on bly ;, acre lot double/ car narano. 3/3 934BY 3/2 21 toCOMfORTABLfe

:: A"UM ile SOD: J7?r" 'r'' a"..-. OWNfcR" NW 4 HR' 7bath A quiet 2 0M. II ..
.. HrOACC IMOO *q II Ocn llvlno A dining 2 bath, 24M44 19/4 Guerdon Onpretty
On ft w j bath (=''J horn earn. 1 car naraae. I8XM pool. lol I A : :
corner owner. I
fly owner On acrtHn/ PINE Hit ESTATES lots extras Mid, : :
yO' 3/7 s3OASSUMAflLfe condition Awn11A.Ntln v.centair. II
"rfciiwhewn l .
South. >l Starke Classifieds
_3//ll6iqfof: 000 Ile'afro,. IOTA 11Tart.. 4+s door,
feature ,. :11
*andrtctaltt yl 1100 C111 71n 4715 SYI1/\d p '. MOIL. on bu::routee.AV111Ab10:::: AIKI. 71. I
AUUMfc MOil'G PAYMENTS F.rOI.+1 'parade;. NOM1 911.loo .// 43ft2
... PNAIMIN' SOUTH e ;
Re
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J HH t balk, rin.iiv room, nonhkc/ I,. on.,. of .....:. porch lowest BR J b411a Daunt H WtOfc. 4 .... 2 batti.tcn :
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lf C K fc AL TONS J/J OTV1KlfERS ASIOC. with ity water 7OOO eneh or ....''.t acres a1g1e Hefrlnerator. RELOADS :SUM 38S WANTED,
uvono for path call, 4M. Ji/' or .washer dryer. itlshwa.her 'ALMS'A'AnMINT5
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SPRAY PAINTERS! BR opt., weekly or mon

I Minimum J year metal spray thly. NEW FURNISHED
TV console model under
I painting required. Immediate STUDIOS monthly only.
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payments
/ rrm+INM/dO./AImN ..t fOIJl $".60 per month. While back log. Excellent benefits.
N1 591 7157 0 cal 1111 < hefir- Interview thru KITCHENETTESi
t ike Monday On. BR
new nrnwl wf'lour .. I
11M11WA111 M lH''f.il 10' Sewing and) ;Appliance
nnnr DucK, IO for 4IJ Ml r.tii IM Aim liitltlo nun MO.Irs..... k lot. : Center 35WJW Arch. Thursday.413 p.m,:or by oppaintment. apartments, pool TV. AC.
INVMI *70 'wnrAa. uke "..... flee ..., -
I Y/m. f m n 4 MvurtK MOVl NO> (' 1 utilities Included.
,a0 tarn 10 her 5. 1? rrt, ft 40 h.tir. iOiiiulffl'AIM/h.m set M04.Ind //A 40 ____ I Rood 'Archer Square 'Aero Corp., Totally
I a 1Nrka, MM rrt It 4VVIM4 M.HMi h ill 10q/HO sod'"* I .."....*. I4onontii. hp.nA A/r.- Plata. Gainesville. lake City Airport lake City furnished.. Weekly monthly
txi r > tw* i 376-4466. Flo. Equal OpportunityEmploy.r.
BUCK ANGUS COWS Nvle NewIalAI, l h...... 511an1ah A .rI.w. t r*rllriif ..MHtttiim tfnchg 14.- 'i i 180 N.
I g.r't'.v..,...... NOW' *"8CHifiCtJUS ,,w/h/ ruHl ;'::"/'U On/r. tl/ lHOO_ RCA XLIOO (._ .. 31" color M' handicap T.mpl. Ave.J'Starke. :
JVM In 0111 AN"M....WIM1 TV 8 14 llchg. .Phone 964-7357-
; S 01/111 t I MIt H ".N. MNUINRP ii. $325. A to Z Pawn
M'h'n'h 9
wt )IHnh. / frostlrs' I'tMi frilvfMr 20 TFchg. :
.1nhi: 9648348. S 14 tchg.
I COWSwith NU' 'ONTO"'MAM... I M514n. I v*... 4tMitv .... we r EXPERIENCED BACKHOE MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL!
hmP Mist *.ll ll* ".ht
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: bn4rl.r MON ..... OUl :: ::.. ,onte r.ilven.era.1,11,10 theISM fur nrhrr0: ,wUM Irrnwn Llnr/:c, 11' OW TOUCHMATICMicrowave Operator, with plumbing HOME PARK mobile home
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and for
it* he.lthi lo*her rmflctit ,'.. AIM I l.m f ION M. 1 aihiiMifHtf experience. Cordln Bros. spaces rent. Phone
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1 cabsNAItL ... ; ., OOO Htll. factory warranty.
client MIN I N. 1AOIM t All l0alh0r. OAK l IN .". tKfclientMII "".2912. TFchg
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1./14.. II/61ur AI '" Airi| '.. ..../,.. I .ffrw *.....t I iilttMMtl triistlo*. j I COOKING ROOMS with ail
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"o..e..r.. .t *%..<*. A bluer ...* ,...Y1 rt fri.i HMMiiomM per month. Whit. Sewing and
.. conditioning T.V.
I .*. .aa.. till *..> it drier. 1 lire-/ leak 51Ix. /t **. "_ wry INHIV MAlio lAHii /NM .NMI 1/haul/ 1/;".\ and Appllonc. Center Very
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offer jfaj ftl/l or JM II /1AS' ; c.. MM Moitillllmt "VI N 3527 S.W. Archer Road Archer FOR RENT
4191' rH ? tau tKff-S rHMMl
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Gainesville.
3764466.
I II II 'an UJ-301. Phone
IfnchqB 14 > SR UNFURNISHED) HOUSEl 964-7184. 9/15 TFchg.

I Need information $130. lit and 'last. No pets.: I MINI STORAGE UNITS
more ?
964-8404.B
2tchg 821. available In Keystone Hts
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Call 372-4222 ,."fl Get I Private parking security I BR Unfurnished $190; I ERfurnished
l In Starke 964-8170 i ResultsI I door and lights. 964-8269 $110. 1st and

after S. No pet ar .
last. No pal* 964 8404;
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HELP BOATS PERSONAL PERSONAL YARD SALE WANTEDGOOD HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE \\;. ,

',. a., '. WANTED SERVICES SERVICES FOR SALE

a',.. I1 TBJ-HUU ...IIOLAJI YARD SALEl Guns, tabl... PRICES PAID for used PLUMBING FIXTURES wlndown FINCINOi All kinds hog
MIL'S SAW SHOPi
-<" HOMIWORKIRS wanted to Boat wIlD hp Mercury servlc ComplNesharpening circular TYPEWRITERS MACHINIS AND ADDING "chair, lot of misc. goods. mobile homes It mortgage .AKEVIEW SUBDIVISION door.. pipes, plus10.000 wire, welded wire, barbwire
cleaned
motor'ond Gator Troller.Call and
laca leather goods at hand, carbide, serviced. Phone Thursday thru Tuesday. Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOEIIE near Keystone. available other Items now at wood chain link: .
*. .' home.. Earn $130.00 pert D.P. Reddish.i chain mower blade hollow next to Telegraph.964-6902' 7/31 house on JIB, |lust off Road HOME SALES. soonl Pick your ''colors. 3 Bargain Center. US 301 free estimates. MANNING
'" week. No Mprlnc 9(04-79'0.7/17 TFPD. and balanced. 100. took for lgns, Stella 964-9606. Open 7 day. South Stork. TFchg FENCE! CO., 473-4822.
.','. 18 FT.OlASTBON BOATi 225 ground 31pd 814AYCTION :: weekly." TFchg BR, 2 both brick veneer,
needed. Send $1.00 Kelly 473-3164. 8/14 Itchg. PONY and saddle
Leave at Jackson WELSH Keystone. TFchg M.
tulldlng
'I( : hp. V-hull. Vinyl/ and HOUSES Consignments WANTED Mobile home garage lake access to
too axLs
(refundable) and
a long Supply. Stork or Keystone welcome 1 Ev.ry OARAGE SAIL SATURDAYS Bedford Lak., Low 140's.Low $250.00 or best offer. CHAIN LINK MNCI
deluxe, _lID"". and ti.... Will pick
tf-addrasod many up.
4tampd Mis. TFchg At Big Red Born behind 473-2886. 6/14 Itpd. material. Do It yourselfand /
Friday night. M48527.874tchg
I : Interest If
f;* Ju.t tike pawl CellGain.evll1.376.3619. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME you qualify.
'envelope' to: Bell Enter'prise .
ALCOHOLICS ANONV.MOUSt 8/28. Forayth Plumbing on 301 WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER / save. /Installation
Stevenson Construction
a..1 Contact
I i 423 TFN. SALES 964 9606. Open 7
N. Las,
Engine PROPEtfIONAL'palrHfngmildew & South. 8/14 Itchg. 15.000 8TU $75. avollabl. Fr. astimars.NsndyMon .
\ '- Cruca., NM 88001. 7/31 WOOOfN BOAT with IB hp ; day. a week. TFchg Co. Phon.
Phone 96 SIIB 964-7619..
or .... OAXAOE SAIE. School
.t' .avlng. Small CASH FOR) COINS Gold 964-9086. 5/19 TFchg. 782-3449. 8/14 Itchg. Fence Co. ,
8/14 Evlnrude and
3lchg frolic
.<"'. NATIONAL 'ADVERTISERNlEDf cosh.motor firm. Good TPehg hauling and .mall odd cloth., furnltur, liver, sterling d.ntal MOBILE HOMESt Why pay' M ACRES of farm land good 964.8959. TFchg I.
$375.00
REMODELING, UllDINO, lob. ti0e-S4S1. 8/7 2tchg household paintings. Friday WATiON'S HOUSI OFVACUUMIt
som umber
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DEPINDABLI PBOPLI -. condition. 7823756. 8/14 gold GF scrap jewelry optkol mar? Buy direct from the posture
EPAIRtt New kitchens
.,'' to handle! and 8/14. and Saturday. ((15* 16)) frames, ate J.R. Bull- factory. Large election o12' / fncd with crk. Many brand.
process't 1 tpd.le baths,
family
rooms. Brkk
bulk mall at ham. No .. EXPERIENCED NOU3EIANTlRt 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.321 Pratt Ington 964-6250 TFchg. 14' and double wide.. 964-3538. 8/14 tnchg. on.w vacuum. Us.d
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't [ FT. FISH a SKI Hull block. concrete.. Fireplac.sp.ciolLN. ,
'. / reasonable. In. .
': St. 8/14 Itpd.BACKYARD WANTSDi Old Smith Wesson MOBILE $00 AMP CITRON combination machines available. Parts
COMMUNITY
penance necessary. Age Fiberglass, walk thru Grlffls Con terlor and exterior, freeestimate. '
SALE. Musical Colt
barrier. Revolvers. A-Z Pawn helearc a stick and accessories for all
'no Start Im-
HOME SALES. US 301
windshield seats 6 8 stroctloo. Phone 473-2108 468-2899 after
';' to. 6 baby cloth*, 144 W. Call St. 964-8348. Used NW
'mediately. No Immlck.. baby swing welding. about 3 vacuum systems. 404 i
North. Open 9 to dusk. I to
I4O HP or 173.1378TFchg 8/7 2tpd 8/''.
people Mercury: '
p.m. sloc... leasure 7/31 3tchg 8/14
For app leatlon- SEWING MACHINES men' / 6 on Sunday. Phone month. Will sacrifice! 10th Ave., Gainesville,
: LADY WANTS DAY WORKi 4
**"" motor w/pow trim 32" waist. WANTED Class rings wedding .
'Information sand name RIPAIRIDl All suits Drape $1500. Comes complete phone 376-7110. TFchg
makes
9o4.87"1.6/51FN. .
':'" 'address, phone, and S3 lee. wench w/boat motortrailer. cleaned plld and ad or 5 days. 964-6716. 8/7 toy, etc. Hwy. 16 between bands, cuff link, wotches TWO BEDROOM bath with How meter C welding LIMEROCKl :20 yd. semi
.. 2tpd 8/14. con.
B tilt trailer,
Magic A-Z Pawn, 144 W. '
(refundable) for processIng td. prison arch ways. Sat. a leads. 964-7801. 1 Itchg. !loads only. ALIEN E.
|u> 10. Work Will BABYSIT In home. Crete block good fishing.
will sacrifice S250O. Can be my Call St., 964-8348. 7/31
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to: Regional Manager Sun. 8/14 Itchg. Phone
8/14.
guaranteed. James You 1 leave them w. 1 love Writ ,KARR: 202 River TAYLOR Lawtey.
",' ..... ot 749 S. Orange or Stchg 611WANTEDtTO
Notional Mall Order Strickland corn. Morgan th..... South 100, 964.7295. YARD SAlEl Saturday RENT Room In Drive, Dunnellon, Ft j IMITH. 8 WESSON 44 .pee. 7823172. TFchg
Associates, Postal Unit call 964-7801 or 282-4824 InMlddleburg. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg 8/14 Stchg 8/28. August 16, 9-4 p.m. SR 100 : 32630. 7/3 9/4. sac mod., Colt new ._. UPRIGHT PIANOi Completely
8/14 nice horn, temporarily ((3 lOtpd
1502. Galesburg Illinois Itchg.Application BRADFORD 3V miles South at .. Smith i
SEPTIC TANK PKESCOTT APPLIANCES' and Cray mo.) 30 male transferring BY OWNIRi C.8. 3 IR, 2 44 .p. Wesson recondltloned. Inside
yr.
61401. 8/7 :2tchg 8/14. SRRVICEl Pump.out.. Engine Repair. All type of from hou... E/14 Itchg. to area, needs room bath. Control H a A. K38 8 Inch. A to Z Pawn and outside. In very good
'' CLERICAL TIME PART OR FULL Residential, commercial appliance and engine. YARD SALEi Thursday thru until home I I. ready good Energy efficient. Dining 964-8348.. 8/14 Itchg.SINOER condition. ISO. or best offer.
". opportunity from Are New and Industrial. Fully llcensd. -' low cost, high satisfaction. Sat.. Aug. 14 thru 16. Baby references. 375-7928 room. Family kitchen. .. 964-6096. 8/14 2chg
home with mall.
No working Being. Taken Phone 964-8121. TFchg 964-67".8/14 2tchg 8/21. clothes, dlh., lots ol Gainesville after 5 p.m. Lorg work hop. Doubl Free arm sewing machine. 8/21 I
experience required.'For
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1I. Information send For Florida/ KIINS THE fUROIONl CARPENTRY AND MASONRY H.ms. 517 N. Orange. 8/7 3tpd 8/21. carport. Clos. In. Qul.t Stretch stitches, buttonholes RIGISTIKID BRAHMA Bull 4

'. stamped ...If.addr..d.I Time Union paper route In Trimming removal. Have I. 14 51 yrs.exparlence. ft.bucket. .. Works Build patio, Street. 8/14 Itpd. WANTED 1967 Old.Cutlass. treet. Tr_.. Large corner monograms, years old. Call 964.8913.
I N 'envelope. DYN-NAR Storka and Lawtey area. Free stlmats.Phen fireplace addition, PORCH SALIs Saturday 964-8348. 8/14 Itchg lot. Paved streets and blind h.m., makes Hinton Jackson lit. 3. Bon I

ENTERPRISE ".0. Bait 36, Phone 964-5165 Mondaythru 7823733.* TFchg" .remodeling..tlmot.I Free Aug. 1 16., 123 S. Walnut WANTED CONCERNED driveway. 711 Lalay.".. class nn. Repossessed. Payoff 412. Stark. 8/7 2tpd 8/14.
t
ytC'alew Brunswick N.J. Friday 9 a.m. to Sp.m. 5/29. Street. 8/14 Itpd. VOTERS HOMER HART 964-7624. 7/10 Ifchg. balance due $138,10 WAIKIR HOUND PupplesiSame

08903. 8/7 6tchg 9/11. Must hove depen MOTORCYCLE RtPAIRSi Factory 783-3906.Day73-4473.8/14 4tpd Nights 9/4. SEPTEMBER 9.8/14 Itpd. 3 BR, CORNER LOT good cosh or of take$11.80 overpayments trained for deer. "+
.UPHOLSTERERi Experience dabl.ran.portWion and trained mechanic (location $33.000 unusual per .*m* 10 wk aid. !j

preferred sewing r- post: cash bond. 6/14 US-301 South. 9644020. CIaHTTWO CARS ftTRUCKS ...tra.. I32O John Dr., C.nt.r month., 3527 White S.W.Sewing Archer .....162.. 1/7 Jtchg 1/14. i I'
qulred. Apply In person Itcho.MANAGER. 5/29 TF<*a srEOOKKEENNO LOSTFOUNDlOfTtLarge 96/-6811. vat 4tpd 8/21 Road Arch.r Square CYPRUS lUMSIRl Most any ';,
through Saturday at Hen- sine available Including r
SERVKISt 9 FAMILY 2 BR CONCRETE Blockhouse Plata Gainesville. ",
dry' Upholstery. SR 100. 8 TRAINEESFast year enperlence 'In all carport and utilities 376-4466. tfnchg 8/14 mantle! pieces. Sample
miles w..t of Stark business phases Including tones and lodl..houldarpuree 1974 OLDS CUTLASStSupreme. large shaded lot with prices: 4..8. S3.70:
"'(,-2083. 8/14 I Itpd. growing 0ovrnmnt form. at Wendy' GARAGE SALE Full power A/C en link a LIKE NEW BANJO: A to Z Vx8"..8'$240.. Sawdust
chain fence
now shopping
Interviewing am. near '
MATURI rsponslbl patron 473-7075 after 5 Restaurant July 8. If found Pawn 9(04.8348.8Itchg.. .
bilious .M. 7/3 new tire* SHOO or best of and doctors of also available. Coll
: OP couple to operate pullet women Interested pleas return to this address 1023: Eastwood Drive center
tfcha fer. Must sell. 473-7075 Smith 4682624.
Stephen
In a Manager Pro ;Ic.: Must ..ll due to
Training
-q "chicken farm 9M-7821.. DIVORCE SH : Rt. 2. Sox '04l>F. after S 7/24 NORTH CAROLINA
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8/14 lttg. gram.' 511,0000 $15,000 Tampa Flo. 33610. 8/7 Near South lde Elem. p.m. tnchg. health. Call between S:30 Hampton. 8/7 tnchg.
Attorney's fees for Un- 78 MERCURY COMETl 6 cyl., MOUNTAINS USED MANUAL Hospital
vosdble the first and 7:30 964-7744.
811.BRAClIET School. :
year. 2tpd p.m.
contented Divorces rongofrom auto.. PS, air radio.$ 750. .
Mountain cabin with Bed for ole. Contact Kenneth
Direct sales 8/14
exp.rlencehelpul $95-$295; Step parent I' LOST at wedding Look For 964-7397. 8/7 2tpd 8/14. tnchg.
Signs.
S but, BR BLOCK HOMIi '/ :: fireplace. Dandy garden Molt Bradford County
: not necessary. Adoption Pee $290 Name reception Carter< Pabst 4 1 Ocr
74 MAZDAi truck. 4
t ; Fkk-up '
CREATIVE This Is a handy man Hospital. 964-600O. 8 143tchg
For Interview call at the Woman Club. Call With fenced-ln pot.
Diane swimming
Change Fee $75. Jock Nettle Begins Saturday .peed,AC good condition.
\=b foldr at 1-269-6723 ., Attorney, 14 t. Univ. 533-2421 .or 533-2589. 8/... $1295. 964-5381. 8/14 pool big Maple shade special because It Is not 1/28. I'
i.i' CAKES Orange Pork s/14__/I Ave., Gainesville, 3757001. Itchg. at 6 a.m. Itchg.AFFOfltDA&l 1..... S4S.OOO. Will finished Inside roughed NEW CARPET. 1 S'wide 22' 4
wire and plumbing compl.ted. 2(,' length Many patterns
Astume 9'/ %
.. negotiate. ,
.:.
By Gina Lane mortgage .9(04.8239. 8/14 Wot.r and the out Some kitchen few lelt./ 390
Phone 964-8279 8/21. tide Is completed. Large Cherry St.. 964.8996. 8/14

: ( ) ( ( C: = IHIlfim< $ BY 2lchg OWNER 3 Br. 1 Bath d.ck overlooking mtns Itpd. .1 1SHRIMPt I I

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.WfVWVWrVWWU Large llvlngroom walk to You can IIv. In It while you Fresh River Shrimp
? schools, playground chur /finish It up. Just 5 mil.. for your freeier. Please
SHUTTERBUG
e| THE "A Locally Owned Company' ches and shops.' Clean! from Murphy $24.500.00 call Dusty Choney Gr..n

; I-, .i Weddings $22,500. 964-6235 /lor op- $9.000 down assume loon Cove Springs. 984.9755. .I' '


.. P.QrlIQit: ." '; ;.,- : :327. .W.- .CALL. 'ST.STARK!, FLA. -, P.O., 'BOX "412 '::- 964-5533 palnlment Itpd. .to '... 8/14 3.16 mountain acres locoted trout errl_r., .WK B1tnchp.! NEW Top Quilled (twin *_

: ;.Anniversaries. Go: :', ;, SR 16 WEST ot N.W. SethStreet Stream Is about 6 Twld. ...". "spreads with canopy tpps, r
KCYJTOMC MII6MT8 fLA. 473-3133 3 Bft-2 Bath Iliac$20 set. Sears 3 pc. toy '
"" 440-1 Madison St. .. Good access Getaway .'
kitchen set, $45. Many
Flreplace-a low a*
Stark from It all. Several
N** 1200.00 down i payment : sites. S7SOO.OO other good used toys.
good bldg.
I 964-7030 or 9MQtmi ( '. NEW HOMES under $275.00 mo., /far $1500.00 down, owner 964-8990. 6/11 1 tpd. "j.{..
'J_Sapp qualified buyer-Call Eob financed. QUEEN ;.SIZE Sleep sofa
white with yellow piping.
Harris or com by Affordable
I :; HOME i Homes, 327 W. Call 3.75 acres located In the Easy to keep clean
Mavln B.far.5 hDDISI.rt. St. Starke.7/31 Stchg sT/14. mountains. This I. one o/ Naughhyde. 473-2889.
SIRVICI, POLES' HOME FOR LARGE FAMIIY4BR. the finest tracts w.have to 8/11 Itchg.

!I., IJdCrV AMP 2 bath-flr.place-'larga ...II. Numerous bldg. sites 197 KAWASAKI 40O KH .
'; .i; acre lot-coll for details-! Perfect access, large treescaver $45000 9646O86. 14
#11' Register for Door Prizes. .i." cheaper than rent. ,Call this tract. $7500.00 1 tpd.f
: 200 AMP I IV 964-5933 for location and SOOOO( down makes you 6 VR. OLD QUARTSRHORSEmare.
financing{ arrangements. the' new owner Hl-point trophy

See Model Homes on NW 54 Street.. SR 16 Affordable Homes. 7/31 These are a few of over old winning stud barrel racer 3 yr.14
quarterhorsa;
\ 814.I
3tchg We hove all
ZOOO listings./
BR. ONE BATH LR, kitchen mos. old quorterhorse fil

>tWi; / Me.1' pie*''ejierk et 4 miles West of ,:301: toward Raiford, follow Signs to Homes. 8' covered deck. Call types 500.00 of per propertytom acre and up trailer ly. Also 4737046.have 3 horse 8 142tchg8
964-6719 after 6
p.m. rVe hove small tracts w.also '21.
weekdays anytime have several cabins
PHOTOGRAPHYAll. Occasion S. weekends. 8/7 2tpd 8/14. louses, old farms, etc SINGH lED from.Mourns, bolO
Thr. Homv.* To springs maple
Weddings, etc. Write or call for free listing headboard. 530.00
MISCELLANEOUSHAPPY irochure.. You can coll free 9(04.8691.11'1" Itpd.
Close-up work 01 I charge by dialing NEW AND USED FURNITURE

TED LANE 800.438-7431, Write or and Porch
I BIRTHDAY to a very appliances.
e! t. 964 679MOBILE special mother we love. call today. rock... BARGAIN
t Ranlch with other lots available
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acre ; Mitchell. Elaine, Ken and .CHEROKEE LAND CO CENTER US 301. South?,
Ilia. 8/.. Itpd. Murphy C. 28906 964-6679. TFchgWell
HOME e..I.Lak. I. .

INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS eG.n.vo-- AUTO FURNITURE BOA

Low Down IlKlrlx 1:16rI.Iwtla: '
\ Payments as Payments
POLICIES Ib'hIl'il.'t .'(1 for 111.-111 xtl.It. VANN UPNaLSTERY SHOP

AT $25500 under minimlllll IJllil1li1l1l' ; 4 Mlles I South! Of Starke Off/ 301
as $1500
REASONABLE RATES mo. via'III BI'lIlIf"1I, ( ''"lIh'. ,

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Outdoor Obituariesac .. Wi '...v' .. 4,

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Memorial Services (or son of Fort Wayne, Ind.! and Warren DoWItt C. Jones 'Funeral Home of Surviving are'his wife: Mrs. Bernice -
Willard II. Stevenson Stevenson of Starke; a brother, Kenneth Keystone Heights was In charge of the Roberts Bridwell Holmes of Lake
Corner Stevenson of Denver; and seven local arrangements Butler; 1 daughter Mrs.'.Janice B.
Memorial Services for WUIard H. grandchildren. Magee of Gainesville; :a sons, MarvinR.
Steveiwon, who died August 8.( at his Marvin Raymond Holmes Holmes of Tampa, and John W.
The "Outdoor Corner" I* now a home In Gainesville,Fla.will be held Mr. Marvin" R. Holmes, 89, of 160 Bridwell, Sr. of Rockledge. Pla. 1
regular feature o/the 0"Section.We at 2:30: p.m.,Sunday,August 17,at the James Kelly TillerMr. N.E. 9th Ave., Lake Butler, died Sunday sister; Mrs. Ollie Belle Reynolds of
urge reader to call 'In, or drop Trinity Methodist Church In James Kelly Tiller, Jr.,age 69, morning in the North Florida Live Oak, 10 grandchildren and 10
Gainesville He
Information' on hunting and flatting was 68. died In the Geriatric Center" Green Regional Hospital after an extended great ar.ndchlldJ'en.Funeral .
tripe. Let.*know about your bIll fl-h. Mr. Stevenson, who was a memberof Cove Springs, Wed., Aug. 6. after along Illness. services were held Tues-
a long string, or kllle/ during hunt Illness. Mr. Tiller lived In Mr. Holmes was born lit O'Brlan, day at 11 aim In the First Baptist
the Starke Chorus
......... Well also 'include/ the latest Community was
born In Chicago and resided In Keystone Heights, moving here from Florida and had lived in the Lake Church of Lake Butler with Rev.
press releases from the Came and Tiller Butler since 1950. Was Melvin Owen and Rev. Leman Ward
Gainesville for the past 11 years. He Naples 4 years ago. Mr. was a community
Fresh Water Fish Commission and '
recently retired.a civil engineer for retired supermarket owner from retired from the Division of Corrections officiating. Burial followed In Dekle
other outdoor information/ services. t. CH2M Hill Consulting Engineers and Klngsport. Tenn.; active In the and a member of the First Baptist Cemetery under the direction: of Ar-
If you o"y JI/nll/ or hunting secrets had previously been senior resident Masons Moose It. Elks, and a Church of Lake Butler. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
don't mind' / '
you divulging give ue a
engineer during the construction of member of the Mayfair United
call.To the Kanapaha Wastewater Treatment Methodist Church.
call In Information dial S4-t30i T
Plant In Gainesville. Surviving U his wife, Lucille S.
for the Bradford County Telegraph t Tiller;. 1 daughter1.Mrs.. Patricia T.
4M-22 for the Union County Time. Being active In the local branch of Barry of Atlanta, Ga.; 2 sons James
or 4732210 at the Lake Region the American Society of Civil K. Tiller, III of Charleston S.C. and Wishbt
Monitor. Engineers, Mr. Stevenson served as W. Gary Tiller of Knoxvllle,Tenn.; :2 weeWILL
New Game Officer President in 1973-74 and waa named brothers, Joseph Tiller of Louisville
Engineer of the Year in 1976. He was Ky., and Charles Tiller of San Diego, FRIED CHICKENBE CLOSEDOF
Randy Cory of Starke ,I. the newest also an active member of Trinity Calif.; 1 sister Mrs. Martha Crut-
t Wildlife' Enforcement Officer to be Methodist Church in Gainesville. chfield of Keystone Heights;S grand-
assigned to Bradford County. Survivors are his wife, Luella M. children and 1 great grandchild. LAKE BUTLER
Cory graduated from the Florida Stevenson of Gainesville; a daughter, Funeral services were held in \
Game and fresh Water Fish Commli Jean S. Dodson of Rhlnebeck. N.Y.; Klngsport Tenn., with Hamlett-
Mon. Tues. I Wed.
ilon'i Wildlife Law Enforcement three sons David Stevenson of Dobson Funeral Home In charge.'
Academy July 25 after 500 classroom Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; Kenneth Steven Burial was In' Oakhill Cemetery. ,
hour of Instruction. That training Included -

i courses basic. well a Police* specialized Standard trainIng Aug. 25 26 & 27
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In wildlife, fisheries and environmental -
laws. Graduation
ceremonies were held In the Florida And Will Re-Open
Cabinet Meeting Room of the Stale

1K Gadsden at Capital the Law County.Tallahassee.Enforcement Classes Academy were In j Harry Gruen D.D.S., P.A. Aug: 28th AT 11 II.M.

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He Won't Bite Now I Q. Gray Flynn D.M.D. cReal
Albert Batten Jr. holds up a S-IO'i I Al
rattlesnake he killed near his houseon I

Keystone SR-IOO Heights east between Tuesday Starke evening.and Effective August! 18.1980

Batten was coming home from J BarB Q
111I work when he spotted the huge make 964'-5152
crossing the road. lie killed It with a I
22-rifle. "I've killed quite a few 459 W. Can St. 485 W Main St. Lake Butler
snakes but that's the biggest one I've
ever seen." Batten said It carried 13 I Starke, Fla. 496-2785
rattles and a button. I
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