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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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):- 102nd Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy :
5th Issue Thursday,August 21, 1980 LISPS 012-700 ,
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t ''We're( looking for Just a normal ed back to Bradford High this Monday day morning. McKinney will In-
opening," rays Supt. Tom Casey of morning Aug. 25. troduce each homeroom teacher who
the Monday, Aug, 25,opening of Bradford All classes will begin at 8:30: a.m. will call their assigned' students and
,public schools for the 1980-81 Students are asked to report to their the students will go with their
term. homeroom assignments no later than homeroom teacher to their
Some 3,800 students are expected 8:30.: All homeroom assignments have classroom. There each child will
: ; Monday morning Casey says. been posted in various places around receive their locater card telling
Teachers returned to work this past the campus with general area them where to go the rest of the day.

Monday Aug. 18, for a week's pre assignments to include: School day begins at 8:30 a.m. and

planning' or preparation for the new Ninth grade-English/Social Study ends at 2:20: p.m.
tern)' Building; Tenth gradeMathScience New staff members are: Mrs. Bon-
Bus routes and approximate time at Building; Eleventh nie Bloomer, new EMR teacher; Cyn-
each pickup point will be identical to grade-Vocational classrooms; thia Ross, new SLD teacher; Mrs.
'last term, says Operations Director twelfth grade-Vocation areas and Valerie Carternew unit)
Leonard Register. The routes will be "A" Building. PMR(Profoundly Mentally Retarded
Iiii operated like last year for a week, ) teacher; Julia Pratt Social
then changes will be made as needed. Parents should expect each high Studies; Evelyn Clifford, Reading;
'School lunch prices will remain the school student to receive within the Carol Hardin Art; Lisa Ekard Kelly
same as last year:I SO cents for first few days of school a of the (Substituting for Nancy Brewer whoIs
students and) $1 for adults at the Code of Conduct for Student's a food on Maternity Leave). New aides

elementary level and 70 cents for service program application, a are: Valery Coburn and Sally Groves,
students and $1 for adults at the high breakfast program questionnaire, a new para-professionals; half-time
school. family righs to privacy letter, a student custodian, Jack Upchurch: ; will have
There are some 27 new teachers in handbook and student insurance new PMR aide.Southside.
the system this fall, about half of Information.
whom are recent 1980 graduates from ElementarySS
college and from Bradford County. Bradford Middle School

There are 266 teachers In the system EMS Principal Dewey' Principal Jessie Moore expects
McKinney
this fall. approximately 650 students this year.
says, "I am looking forward to a
There are 28 Classroom teachers, S
Opening day Information for each
and
great year am looking forward to
1 Teachers PE teachers
school is: Title 2 I
the kids
meeting in the Gymnasium
Primary Specialist. There are 4 additional
Monday morning. over last .
Bradford High year.
Students are !asked to report to the New teachers include: Sharon
.some 1,050 students will be welcom-' Gymnasium .no later than 8:30: Mon- Velie, 2nd grade; Brenda Stroud, 4-5 I

combination; Terri! Prevatt, 3rd; r
Sylvia Brown Title 1-Klndergarten;
Mrs. Margaret Braswell, transferred
1 TEACHER HIKE APPROVED r., from Lawtey Elementary-Title I, 2-3

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AV>*V "' There is one opening In Physical
"; Ed with Jim Lewis' resignation.
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r School Board Ialk4'MSomePayRaises : ,

'". ,, Starke .Elementary
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ii>>eCti appro,*: 60.students: s the first'day :'
., but expects the number to growf
Francis requests that students
I check their room assignments on the
board Friday afternoon. On Monday
-A 1513,000/ Increase in teacher beginning of the new fiscal year; no morning check the board to find
,salaries was approved Monday night. board member objected. which room you're In and go to that
Young'uns can Boogie too I Aug. 18, but the Bradford school Board members pointed out they room. There will be aides to help the
board balked at proposed raises for received the requested salary com little ones find their rooms.'
non-instructional personnel and ad- parisons on non-instructional and administrative If there
Mr. Francis asks that are
They may have been between the ages of one to ten but the boys ministrators.Lack raises during Mondaynight's who have
and girls ol the Reno Summer Lunch Program showed some fancy fir, meeting. Board member J.T. any kindergarten children
dance steps Just the same at last week's Back to School-End of the .t of time to consider comparisons Parrish, on whose motion those not yet registered to please do so by
Summer ;. of salaries proposed was Friday so they can be put on the roll.

The children parly.In the program, which was sponsored by the Suwan- t d + > /, cited by board members as they 'salary Aug.11 proposals meeting said were in tabled the Aug.at the 18 There are 2 new teachers: Virginia
( Title Mat
refused to act during Monday night's Rautston. grade: Jaque
nee River Economic Council and headed locally by Denise Revl. y i meeting he had the information but
danced ups thirst In a dance contest and then drank punch and ate k i ,e alb-hour session._ Board members had not had time to study it. Kason-Karly Childhood Prep.
cookies. Food and drink donated said they will try to come toa decisionat SE has 46.1 Instructional employees
was by McDonald's. Dairy Queen,. s,. The meeting room in the school Administration
and classroom teachers.
Kip's, and City Fish and Meat Market.as well is parents. ;. r public hearing set Monday, Aug. Building was crowded 29
> In the picture at top look-alike sisters Sherrle and Tangela Bass r 25, at 7 p.m. to tentatively adopt the with school employees concerned
work out a step together. At right little Derrick Searcy gets a dance $1.2 million operating budget. Board, about the pay increases. Hampton ElementaryHampton
lesson from his big sister. And below left Tina Sewell left) and member Pat Spengler asked that feel) Elementary Principal
"We heard Home the board
Tansies, Berry share seat to watch the goings-on. when the raises' are finally approved, Connie Clark expects about ,213
they be retroactive to July 1, the See School Pay.'St-.I'IIKt" ::1.\.. students the first (nay of school. .UK.

has Kindergarten thru seventh

,.. unities, u Prepropiilory_ teacher in
K-l.: 11 Librarian und u Tille 1 Icuchcr.


Uhc: Lawn Crier!: Parade through,Downtown, Battle of Barrels seventh Teacher New teachers Aide grade; Ann;are.Mrs.:Lloyd:Millie JoAnn P-T Jalanos.teacher I home.


with BE.School.
opens at 9:10:: a.m. .Students' '
are asked l to find the room for 'the

1; Carnival grade they are In.
Sr+" .Off community SaturdayA Mr. Clark Maya he bus a complete"Caculty'
and an excellent faculty for

:::; ,r '' (he coining year.

) .1' parade through Starke at 9 ant Graham, and Starke, The Bar-B-Q dinner, starling at 8 From 5-9 p.m. gospel music will be,
Saturday. Aug. 23, will kick off the A battle of the barrels will be stagedat p.m., includes a TV raffle.The\I inner presented l In the livestock: arena Lawtey Elementary
first annual Community Carnival be- the fairground following the must be present. where it may be heard by'passing .I.K. Principal Charles (Hull expects
I sponsored by the employees of the parade according to Fire Chief Closing events will be dancing motorists. Musical presentations' will close to 400 students. There are 15i
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square be violinist VV.B.
... ,. Bradford County Hopsital. Harry Green. and music. given by McKinncy i classroom teachers, librarian: Title
S i.MQNPAVA. Music for the parade wilt be furnished gospel The Singers" of Heart. The Frumploiv Teachers Primary ,Specialist
will at the Food
:J The parade begin
Church of and The
Swingers Family. The God
80-member Bradford Bradford County's Strawberry .
'Fair groceryatore on South Walnut by the PREP I.K IK short I Spec. Ed.
will be performing from 8-9 Sinking Christians.
High School Marching Band which teucher. _
Walnut Street to
-- .. CR-1C.Street turn proceed west up on CK-18 to US-301. has seven majorettes and eight flag p.m. In Building 3. The carnival will close: at !\I p.m. Mr. Hall requests| (that the students

: "GMSTM.C .. then turn right on 301 and go north to bearers. The band members and their assemble in the cafeteria lit HO::| A.M.
the Bradford County fairgroundswhere parents will be raising funds at the Coffee and doughnuts will be serves
ludg SCHOOl.l Hearing SOARO' the carnival will be staged. carnival to help pay for the new August Living Up ReputationAugust to the parents Monday morning.
uniforms they are purchasing. Students' may check: rosters on the

.7:00. .P.M.. 4 The carnival officially opens' at Carnival theme float will be t heat has not reached the record highs of 104 and IM( recorded at' door Friday afternoon to see whose
SCHOOl OPENS 10:30: a.m. Saturday and will run until, entered by Volunteer of America and Camp Blanding In June and July, but it is living up to its reputation of be- classroom they are In. Parents are requested -
9 p.m.with games, music, and performanes ing the most consistently hot month of the summer. to come with their
Drlv Bradford Hospital
Csr.fullyTUISOAY of many local groups.A' County Kindergarten child the first day to
: The heat has been Intensified by mini-drnught conditions with Il'lllllhiln
,AUGUST- u, Bar-B-Q supper 'will be served Employees.Some Bradford ''Roping Club' an Inch of rainfall recorded fur this month by the three fire towers in" help .starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are 12 In ad- members will also be riding In the the county,'as compared with over seven Inches July. Thunderstorm '
STAIKI Brooker
ZONING
that have drenched other have Bradford Elementary
unit
board land U.. vance or 12.50 at the carnival. parade.The nearby ureas by-pus-ied
Hearing J.R.Jim) Lawson school board Civltan Regional Blood Center Blanding. Principal Buddy Paterson '
City s..s.Halt/iSO P.M.. member,'and car salesman will be mobile unit will be In the parade and Only twice during the first 19 days of August did the high reading fall us reports that there are Hit students on
BRADFORD COUNTY master! of ceremonies)the entire day will be doing free blood typing at the low an 02.with two day"of 100.,eight days' of 1'1*. four days of. 8. one- of. ./7' roll but expects 155 later.
Y..,' M1 carnival for anyone Interested and two of 94. School in at 8:1): Monday mor
Zoning' Board?M..ting Police Chief 'Jimmy' Bowen will knowing their blood type The four-day forecast. "'rlda'lhrough Sunday. Is for continued hot with ning. Students will meet 'teachers outside -
Curt 7llO: HuseTH11R34AYa P.M. lead the' parade followed by fire The parade will wind up at, the scattered l afternoon,and evening (hundershowcrs' in front "'of the school.
-' engines' from the City of Starke fairgrounds 10 a.m. A brief opening Kindergarten orientation 'was held

AY4llT, ,:-- Lawtey Correctional Institution ceremony with an appreciation It's A.Crime 'To,Tear Down Political; Signs last year before school was out.
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); Brooker, and > the Bradford 'County awards presentation following the '\ VThc ... J. -and 6th grades will be
HAMPTON" COUNCIL >' fire engines from .New 'River. parade at 10 a.m ': the Telegraph has'received word from a> number of candidates in'tho ; Caught by department. Math. English

7a30P.M.: The carnival officially opens at forthcoming races In Bradford County, that political(>signs arq being torn ,,,nd' Heading .classes\wlll change
-... -. 10:30: a.m. with the battle of the bar' down around the county. classes .due to (the .number of .
,ii';;' 'lJ' d' %H rels. Adults and children are invited A check with the Slate attorney. office In Slurke reveals that the talc, r teachers. ,
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., >. to register at that time for the day's lag down of a political sign would constitute' criminal mischief a misdemeanor 'There are 2 new teachers: Marilyn
". 'activities of game and.contests, on the under'Which Florida Statutes provide'for' 'the offender or' offenders Vallenga transferring/ from Starke, '
CauIO.Y Of two Sections. midway. to be punished by up to :60 days In the county jail or be fined up (to 3rd grade: and Ann Lloyd. 's Title I at.
JACKSONBUILDING .7. .SECTION|i\. At : One of the afternoon attractions will 1500 or receive a combination jail sentence and a fine. BE."s Primary Specialist at HE.
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.. New*" PagIAlAEditorial be the Western Theatre performance' Wiley Clark. Investigator for the local SA office, pointed out that if a Paterson will be beginning his first
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SUPPLYOf Page of The Prodigal Son. The puppeteersfrom complaint was filed with a police agency, that political signs were torn entire year as principal, The librarywas
"Soclatv'.v ... ...,.. Pages SA lOA moved the 'middle- the
First Baptist Church of Starke down his office would then determine whether there is enough evidence tor' >to
Stork Le.alaa Real .sf.. ..Page 12A will present a minute puppet ihow- support prosecution and determine If the signs were legally placed. building and made the old library in-'
ry 301 s 964-6078 ,Sports. ......4.<,.'.,Pag*" ,UA&j 16A) on the'' midway. According to J\rI.; ,,t' Stat..statutes provide all political signs shall not be erected posted to 3 separate clasiroomu. %
1e..lon. SUCTION Hi Sonny Tenly. a puppet troupe directorat 'pulnled.-lacked! nailed or otherwise displayed placed or located on or It.parentlorstudent: have: any'
Hal8MHwy rttrlefSi/. +;yp..J"'v (A.jrv.' .4BObltuarie First Baptist one of the high point 'above any'state or county rtght-of-way/rFlorlda Statute 479.22 says. ''question concerning the opening of
'100 and 2',473.4973 y *.. ... .. ... Page SB for the troupe wa a recent five state So far no criminal complaints. have been filed with the state attorney's. school!, please. call the School Board
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I 3NewTransforlllers Received bv Starke Schaeffer Savs = } rThe I

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three, transformers for the new transformer la already erected Just Capacity, of the present substation Matt ited. cutting$260 for the old armory across
will receive in the from
sub-station on East Call Street to be east of the present substation. The la megawatts (1.000 KWII equals transformers which are coming year from Bradford High School, Comml
tied Into Florida Power& Light have new structure gotten at a very one megawatt) more than the) city good a*new ones Dee lays,cost the state and federal sources. loner Harold Epps reported. The;oH
arrived, Commissioner Charles: substantial saving from a power firm power plant whdch Is down to 575 city $. ,'lOO' from a midwest firm Tuesday night's meeting was the was ordered after the city was unableto
Schaeffer told the city council Tues that no longer generates its own megawatts now with the large 3,300 which went to larger units. It took only first of two public hearings on find a used one at the state surplus
in ,has the to allow switches a week to Bet the transformer to revenue sharing funds. No one from warehouse on U8-301aouth,
day night. Aug. 19, a brief power capacity KW Worthington generator clown. In' property
the audience the council .. .
22-mlnute meeting. from one feeder line to another' May the city bought more electricity Starke after they were ordered. about revenue or sharing on hearing except spoke Epps said. .....
Long range plans are to convert by means of a manually operated from FPL than it generated. Supt. Clerk Merrill E warda called atten- Edwards. Next public hearing Is set Plans to repair the leaking roof on'
substation to draw enough electricityto witch without interrupting the elec Dees says the city can buy power tion to the revenue sharing funds used Tuesday Sept. 2, the next council the old armory building used:'ar
to keep the city going for at least the tricity. cheaper from FpL than it can by the city In relation to other funds. meeting. ..... Recreation Department headquarters -,
next 10 years.The new substation will Edwards that were approved by the ReOr
out .
pointed revenue
He tried for a week but was unableto .
give the city capacity to triple the funds amounted to Dept. board, ld.
amount of It can take from sharing $64,000 reach the low bidder on the pavingof Epos:: :: :
power
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FPL. However, the must also during the current fiscal year and is the hall parking lot. Clerk Ed- will start patching .
city Public Notice used In a separate fund and spent by wards told the council. City work crews soon
negotiate an agreement with FPL to" itself like other funds. ..... and leveling sidewalks from;..
buy more power than it Is now. The city has received no word on ..The Recreation Department Cherry Street west to city hall, Goto. 1
It will take several months to get missioner Wilbur Waters reported:-. .
how much revenue sharing funds it ordered a new 38-inch exhaust fan i
the three transformers mounted and SCHOOL BOARD Of BRADFORD ... .. .
into operation, Utilities Supt Merrill ____________ :
Dees told the council Tuesday night. COUNTY. PROPOSED OPERATING ?

Structure on which to mount the BUDGET FOR.1980-81 ,'. Esther Hall: HAS 27 YRS EXPERIENCE ::: .,'

Anticipated' Receipts' f. Esther S. Hall: -- IS QUALIFIED & CERTIFIED BY THE UNIVERSITY;::' ,

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SFCC Registration Federal R.OT.C.Impact $ 30,000 12SOO ."' ,".' OF FLA. AS A CERTIFIED TAX COLLECTOR .: ,

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Set In Starke CO f.t.f.r.O.S., 3.403.750 2.124 .Esther Hall: -- IS A NATIVE OF BRADFORD COUNTY .'.

Aug. 27,28,29 Community School. 6,744 Esther. Hall: -- OWNS PROPERTY& PAYS TAXES IN .:... ..'.
Registration for the Fall Term of Instructional 1 Materials. 84.631 "
Santa Fe Community College will be Racing Commission, 52.000 t''< BRADFORD COUNTY
held at the SFCC Office In Bradford State License Tow 18,000 f. < ," '.
High School next Wednesday through Student Development Services 50,442 : '. Esther S. Hall: -- HAS HAD EXPERIENCE IN MANAGING YOUR
Friday, Aug. 27. 28 and 29. Transportation 200,213 ,
The office will l be open for registration Compensatory Education 95.27B MONEY FOR THE PAST 27 YEARS
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. everydaywith K-3lduca"anallm.-merlt. 143,801 _
an evening session from 6 p.m.to School Volunteer' i 2.165 '',I. Esther Hall: -- WILL MANAGE THE TAX COLLECTORS OFFICEIN
8pm. on Thursday,Aug. 28. District' Taxes 726.947 .*"""
Students may register for the even- Tuition 50.932 A VERY PROFESSIONAL MANNER ,,..
Ing credit courses in Starke as well as Interest Income 30.000 *. ,. ..
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Gainesville.those offered at No the appointment main campus in Is Other Indirect Agencies Costs 27,000 19,000; \,; Esther S. Hall: WILL HAVE OFFICE HOURS THE '

Fund Balances Forward !1M.su
necessary.The SAME AS OTHER COUNTY OFFICES
Fall Term runs from Sept. 3 to $7,263,403 ,'- ,

Dec.Applications 17. are still being accepted Anticipated Expenditures. : .* .. ft Esther S. Hall: -- WILL GIVE COURTEOUS &
for new students and .'
academic and financial aid counselIng Basle Instruction K-12 3.130230.. ,.. EFFICIENT SERVICE AS YOUR FRIEND
are available to new and old be.ptlonalln.truetlan :330,845 >
students. Vocational Technical Instruction 885,475 V/. : ;.
Although most of the courses in Adult Instruction 40,256 ; .r.
Starke are evening courses. Dr. Ber- Other Instruction 76673M: rv \\t .
nie McFadden pointed out that there Pupil Personnel Services 192,389 '
will be a course on Monday and Instructional Media 186,906 Esther S flail;: :'
Wednesday morning In "Literature Curriculum Instruction 110,414 .
Iniervlce Education
and Composition. 23,188 '
Another offering of special InterestIs School Board Services 85.463:
Bradford Tax Collector
: County
the course In "Art Fundamentals"in General Administration Services 53.593 ;
which an outstanding artist Lennie School Administration' Services 566,302 :

Kesl,will teach a basic course in pain- Central Fiscal Service'Services 95.900 43.665 {';''":. \ ,. if Your Vote And Support Will Be .,\';

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more information call the Pupil Transportation Services 466.106 /tJI \ ;'( \ ('. '"
Starke Santa Fe Office at 9645382. Operation of Plant 667.007 : I f fi '1',: 't _:' .
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Maintenance of Plant 147.621 : \. .: : Appreciated On Sept. 9th '.

Reserves 160,362 IP r .
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THE BRADFORD B"Esther 3 Hull
$7,262,403 I
COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished
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every Thursday The proposed mllloge for the Operating Budget Is 4.804 mills.This .
a'138 W.Call Street
Is the minimum required by Florida Statute to participate In
Starke.Florida 3201 \\
VAN H. PRIEST STOREIs
the Florida Education Finance Program.A public hearing will beheld
on this tentative budget and required
mllloge on Monday
Second Class
postage paid at
August 25. 1980.at 7:00 P.M. In the office of the School Board of Ready For
Starke.FloridaSub.erlptton
Bradford County, 582 N. Temple Avenue Starke, Florida.

In trade area$*.M Rates per year The above notice was authorised' August 11, 1980. l3 JBW QE .. (LUEL[ U i

$5.09 six months again _
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Outside trade area:$...00 This,It the 55th year and the assortment,la the best veil
per year .. _._ 1.Thoma.L.CaseyJr.Superlntendenl i
15.50 six months of Schools ,It, '111 CHECKITHESEJS; 4 A r. 'Bl'YS1'.ti)' : ;;;i Il'W1bli iii bile .

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THE ORGANIZER' MEAD 1- I,
CRAYOLA ..from fTBoc .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 5 DATA CENTER
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24 Ct. 74 THE ORGANIZER ..; .

JOSEPH N. ( JOE ] WARREN Your Choice, .:: :

48 Ct. $1.35 ;
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WILL HAND WILL NOT
Back To School
Special
TO SCHOOL SPECIAL' ;:
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TOUCH 4 PLAY FOLLOW '1

And vote on the Issues THE LEADER -L-I REMMIE FILLED

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according to merit; t ,; ; ...., I ARNOLD
Former
Mayor of Starke PENCIL CASES
not for re-election ..... ?]I; FlowlngWrlter' PENS
Teacher Vo Tech ;. :1
I have proven that I ,,20 ; .''It Pen Asst. ..ss$1 1.19Pencils =. .
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can do this when I DegreeIndustrial >
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was on the Starke City Ed. WRITE RIGHT

Rolling Writer 3 In pkg.
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Commission ,0 Package 5 Subject Theme Book :t
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SCHOOL UPPLIES LUNCH KITS, f \;:tf 1 ;

I have a product which is some Ideas on a county wide drainage CRAYONS SCISSORS, ETC. 1'//" : 77J. ,1 l :). II

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program and I would like to put these Ideas on the market to you- Ready To '.'"
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the people. If successful it would improve homes "i
our and roads
Wear ful.:rli) rn,'Hnl ..;

throughout the county. As your county commissioner, I will give 11 .."

this my best effort. Boys and Girls FRUIT OF THE LOOM.UNDERWEAR .*-

DRESSES. JEANS. POLYESTER

PANTS. PANT TOPS. HOSE ..,

FOR A HEALTHY COUNTY GOVERNMENT THE u,l SOCKS. POCKET BOOKS .Boys Jockey Shorts i"; ''(
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And I IViII Do This By What My Campaign Slogan Is: THE BOYS 3 Boys For T-Shlrts 2.98 : .: =""


I WILL LET YOU KMOW' i Just received group of j -Metis T-Shiita : .:Y

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printed T-Shirts that are so popular. 3 For'13.90. ;s;;:

I Believe That If I Can Accomplish Part Of The.Above : Back To School Special"a,, : cI'

Two Things, You Will Have Gotten Your Moneys Worth.. ,\;.;
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YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY,APPRECIATED Open Sunday"DOWNTOWN '.. I IJ

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Reduced Price Policy 'It

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-Friday I $Saturday Kljlttj:

School Board of Bradford County mine eligibility. If a parent Is i
has set its policy! for free and reduced dissatisfied with the ruling of the of- ',S
price meals for children unable to ficial,he may wish to discuss the decision f
sell e All
.pay the full price of meals and milk with the determining official on you can
served under the National School/ an Informal basis. If he wishes to
Lunch. Program. make formal appeal, he may make arequest ,
Children from families whose in- either orally or in writing toDolores 1 tM
come is at or below the levels shown Morgan, Coordinator of
are eligible for free or reduced price School Food Service, 582 North Tem- 1Ir
meals. In addition, families not ple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 r.Mpr. { .
meeting this criteria, but with other phone 964-6800,for a hearing toappealthe EA1Snow
unusual expenses due to unusually decision. The policy contains an
high medical expenses, shelter costs outline of the hearing procedure.If .
Sri excess of thirty percent((30%)of in- a family member becomes
:xome,special education expenses due unemployed or\If family size changes .
[to the mental or physical condition of the family should contact the school
I. child, and disaster or casualty to file a new application. Such
Josses are urged to apply. may make the children of the
:* Application forms are being sent to family eligible for reduced price i
all homes In a letter to parents.Additional meals or for additional benefits such #
copies are available at the office as free meals and milk if the family
of each school. The information Income falls at or below the levels
provided on the application may be shown.
submitted at any time during the. In the operation, of child feeding Going Fishing... _
C Carl Thomas,62,at left retired Friday Aug.8,after II yean al a carpenterand
t: Jack-of-all-trades with the Bradford school system. Operations director
I Lennard Register bids Thomas a fond farewell. above, and MM the veteran CrabClusters Served With
FLORIDA INCOME GUIDELINESFOR carpenter will be hard to replace. Potato, Cole
Thomas,who has four children of his own and 8 step-children,lays he plans to' Salad And A t
E FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEALS AND FREE MILK fish a lot.Thomas,son of the latre Herman and Jessie Thomas,still lives on the I Of Homemade
July 1?IS80 to June 30.lost farm on which he grew up on Bayless Highway., JVe. Soup

I r Thomas was honored at a retirement party Friday.. (Like.l King Crab) Plus Tax or Tea

Family Free Meals and Free Milk Reduced Price Meals
:X: Size Weekly Monthly Annually Weekly Monthly Annually School Board Balks at Some Raises... Also\
; I III 43e 1Z3 151 619 8.150 \\&
: 2 133 115 ,110O 201 89'1' 10.180I From Page IA) COCkase'lOO -
3 III 71S 8.1180 251 1,115 13.380 wasn't fair with non-Instructional don, but when attorney Jess Wolbert
; 4 167 854 10Z5G 308 1,333 15.900I employees because we tabled the pay questioned three paragraphs the I
I Z2I 1194 1I.13G 358 1,550 ,18.800 package," said Board Chairman Ar- board put off adoption until Monday,
:: 6 Zl2 1,133 13,600 408 1.168 21.220 thur Gaskins. "We tabled It because Aug. 25, so Wolbert can consult with GARDEN RESTAURANTu.s.
: 7 2M .213 15.280 458 1.986 2:1,830 we felt We did not have enough information the board's negotiator. _
Z 7. 8 328 1.413 18,950 508 2,203 28,440 to make a decision.That's the There was no objection to the 301 N.
For only reason," the chairman explain- teacher salary schedule, however. 964-7358
Each .
Add-! edSupt '"
Tom Casey advocated a
:Member:llonai '.. straight for across-the-board 20% in- Yote For and Elect
crease non-Instructional
2i Add 432 +140 +1,680 +50 +218 '+2,610 nel, pointing out it would cost person$5,000

less than the $202,000 package the

board is considering. 1wattb ...
"I feel it would be good for person-
year. programs, no child will be nel, as I did in the beginning," the
sin certain foster children discriminated because of
cases are against \Vkx4e
superintendent said.
also eligible for these/ benefits. If a race, sex, color,or national origin. The board has I several salary ,ea C04obeyOur
family has foster children living with Each school and the office of the schedules to over, Chairman ;
them, and wishes to apply for such School Board of Bradford County has Gaskins said. go. colt17ty
meals and milk they should contact a copy of the complete policy which "It seems uncomplicated to \\\\t\\\
the school. may be reviewed by an interested me to go across-the-board very Casey in- oaa8 ..11'IJI1.sS
Under the of the 111.
provisions policy party.
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sisted. "I
see little for it
the each school will Each school cafeteria will very reason aa eCc1. ,
:principal serve a to be extended 9
another week.It would
review the and deter- lunch each ta\1\? : l1.se
applications day providing approx- save a whole lot of paperwork." \ It. I perd
one-third the Recommended
imately "For myself, I intend to study it, (
Dietary Allowances for all nutrients.' and handle It next week," Chairman
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Students may buy lunch for fifty cents Gaskins stated. 1"C for
(.50) at the elementary schools and
i middle school, and for seventy cents Middle School Principal Dewey ""
(.70) at the high school. Extra milk McKinney pointed out there had beenno .
LunchMenuesSouthside will be fifteen cents (.15)) at all mention of administrative raises. ., '
schools.: Reduced price lunches are "We just got the comparison's : ;. '" .., \
., ten cents (.10)). tonight during the meeting. I would
Since many young children and think we'd handle it next week at the)
Starke, Lawtey older students eat light breakfasts or same time (as nonInstructionalsalaries Jennings
Hampton, -Broeker Elemen-: no breakfasts M,. parents,should )," Gasklns replied. .*or.* .-"v*s,t :.. .. "'t. .' --

tlty and Bradford Middle'SefnJi ..provide some, ..t.. ,,,of,lunch. ....for,.their... ....... Casey' recommended the entireYteachekbargaIningpackaga'foz'adbp ,. ::,;. ,;.-, ; t.t ::: ., =.#.:t; '-""'... ..
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: Monday,Aug.Ui Hamburger bun,
:Jettuce/tomato/plckle, French ***************...* ** > > County Commissioner District 5 September 9th
t" fries, peaches, and milk. fH .f '
Tuesday Aug. 24: Chicken & rice or '
i I -noodles, green peas,cabbage slaw IT'S O-X I Have Been A Resident And Taxpayer Of Dist.. 5 For,The
J :w/carrots, banana, biscuits, and TO BE ADEMOCRAT .
milk. H -
Past 35 Years.
J Wednesday. Aug. 27 j Hamburger iC
.gravy, mashed potatoes, green !
*beans, hot rolls, pineapple tidbits, H '
.and milk.Thursday .EI Jennings Starling : ,
Aug.28:Tuna salad on let your
;tuce,crackers,corn,, peaches, cinnamon H POLITICAL : .
: swirl bread and milk. H '
Aug. 29: Pizza, tossed salad, iC
..field peas, strawberry shortcake, Commissioner because:

and milk.Bradford H-1k BALL Y AND

High School menu Your County Commission is a big business-it is your business. Your tax

: REGULARMonday .. dollar should be budgeted wisely and not foolishly. Jennings Starling is a
25 Chicken rice, ''
Aug. : cornbread
turnip greens, applesauce, H. FREE CHICKEN'"PER.LOW' .successful. business man and knows money management.
peanut butter cookie, and milk.
Tueiday Aug. 26: Meat loaf, green
beans, macaroni & cheese, sliced SATURDAY AUG.30

.peaches milk. ,'hot. rolls .w/butter, and ,Your County Commission is responsible for roads and drainage. Jennings
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Wednesday Aug. 27: Fish portions, HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM. STARKE Starling has been in the road building and drainage business for the past ten

cheese puppies grits, mixed, cabbage fruit, and slaw milk., hush Serving Starts Speaking Starts : years. His experience is your gain. When you elect me your County .Commissioner -

Thursday Aug.' 28: Fried chicken,* : I promise you I will visit all sections of your county at least monthly

.mashed green potatoes peas,w/gravy biscuits,, but buttered .. 5:00: P.M. 7:00: P.M: : .-more often if necessary. '

terscotch squares, pear half, and .

Friday milk.Aug.. 29: Sloppy Joe on bun, J' *
HANKLOTTHOMETOWNERS
fruit buttered jello.corn and,milk.green lima beans 4 ;C I Because I own my own business I will be In'a position to spend as much timeas

E 49 AND THE necessary'taking care of your business, checking your roads drainage.

E: ,Aug.ALACARTEMoi.day Hamburgers,pizza, pUSi and personally talking with you. Jennings Starling is seeking this office of'

juice.French fries, milkshakes, orange : : .County Commission on his own.: lie will not be dictated: to by any one personor

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Tu..dat.. Aug. 26: Cheeseburgers 4 persons.
Cuban sandwich, pizza French 9'
COME OUT AND HEAR :
fries, milkshakes, orange Juice. ; '
Wednesday 'Au,. 27: Pizza. Cuban 4

Sandwich milkshakes, corndogs,orange,juice.French fries. : -to'y' *Democratic Candidates 9' THINK BEFORE YOU, VOTE" : ., : '

Thvrsdsy.Aug.28: Hamburgers,Pizza. -' '

orange. French Juice. fries, milkshakes. EVERYONE INVITED. Do you want your Board of County Commissioners to be ,I

Friday. Aug. 29: Cuban sandwich. .. "
pizza, French fries, milkshakes .
grange juice. jj County Candidates will speak first-- Governed by any one.person or persons? ,


E p Elk Lodge 1802 In, the same order that their names SPEAK OUT VOTE. FOR,

NEWS appear on First Primary Ballot.
Stark Elk Lodge 1802 was host and Elect
lodge Monday night, August 4, for SPONSORED AND PAID' FOR BY THE 49
Northeast District Vice President
Carl Moore of Live Oak who brought BRADFORD 41
theihessage: from the President of the County DEMOCRATIC JENNINGS: STARLING :
Florida State Elks Association.A .
fried chicken dinner was served .EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE .. .
by the Starke Elkettes. to 120 Elks, '
and!wives from the eleven Elk Lodges, County Commissioner: Dist. 5
of the Northeast District. Keith Gill-' 4 SECOND RALLY _1 SAT., SEPT. 6 ir

Ingham and Colon Joiner were initiated its earnest desire to talk with" voter in our county before
Into Elkdom at the'Starke- THERESSA COMMUNITY CENTER : ;It, my every '

Lodge.K S September But., If I should miss. you please'accept. this as my personal visit.
BENEFIT THERESSA FIRE '
DEPT. *
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Steak Supper 9' with I you.Jenflags .; .. .

supper Bring Saturday-your-own Aug.steak 23,at to 1.30 a: steak p.m. FISH FRY 5:30: SPEAKING 730; Starling oarnostly solicits your rote.and aetivo, .support on Sopt 91h..

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HFA's Low'Interest Rate More Attractive Now tor.Superintendent of Schools,Supervisor
Political Rallies have been a part of of Elections County Commis-
Bradford County tradition since the sion Dist. 1, County Commission Dlst.

t. days when hone and buggies and 3, County Commission Dist. 5, School

Bradford County's livi pert waiting to see just how low in- a one percent increase in long- writ= on were the hitched banks up of to New at- Board Dist. 3,School Board Dist. 4.

cent mortgage money obtainable terest rates would go. Even term rates by the year's end oratory flowed as deep Candidates for District and Starke
under its Housing the 11 Mi percent Housing as the nearby murky waters. offices will be asked to register when
With for
the demand hous-
t Finance Authority bond issue Finance Authority money they arrive and will be permitted to
begins to look better and bet- looked less attractive when ing as strong as ever, the speak between groups of county candidates
ter interest rates show the general level of interest forecast is that interest rates For many years, before the days of since they may have commitments
as fast and transportation, rallies other \
at rallies in
I will 'definitely climb in the easy different
signs of being on the rise rates dropped to 12 percent.But next few months-and 'wherethey'll were held In each of the county's locations.
again. ( voting precincts and in the years
this week some large stop is anybody'sguess. before radio and television were well Unopposed county candidates and
According to spokesmen forr lenders in California raised attended. In later years however, representatives of candidates who do
to 13.5 the forms not appear personally,will speak last
various lending institutions their rates percent with many competing of
r entertainment, athletic events, and aH on the program and will be allowed
rates on conventional home which may soon spread na- With both
political
parties three minutes. Other candidates
varied other meetings, rallies beganto only
I mortgages are definitely on tionwide. The higher rates offering platform planks that fall off in attendance. Candidateshave will be allowed up to five minutes.

: their way back up-perhaps reflect the rising cost the savings are definitely inflationary, it been known to complain that attendance Roman .Alvarez, a member of the
I not to the 16-17 percent level industry must pay to obtain is evident that inflation like was so sparse in some Democratic Committee will serve as

they hit some months ago-but money for lending to.its death and taxes is here to precincts that they found themselves master of ceremonies and

; high enough to make the 11'AI customers. stay. And with the upswing in they speaking did voters.to more candidates than timekeeper.The .

i! percent Housing Finance With the upward trend in in- interest rates and the increased Ing set to begin at 5 o'clock and speak- second rally before the First
: Authority money look more under demand for housing to ing at 7, on Saturday, August 30. Primary will be held at the Theressa
and more attractive. terest rates again way meet the current shortage the this year the Bradford County Community Center on Saturday,Sept.
I' Bradford Countians are for- Democratic Executive Committee, in Country music will be provided 6, sponsored by the Theressa Fire
Those who have been think- tunate to have a pool of mortgage inflation rate is sure to in- the hope of getting out more voters to from 4:30: to 7 by Hank Lott and The Department In cooperation with the

ing about purchasing ort money available to crease.A hear the candidates and making an Hometowners. Democratic Committee.A .
easier schedule for voted to
building a new home, but have them under the Housing hold one big rally everyone and offer a free County candidates win speak In the fish supper will be served at 5:30
i been waiting in hopes of even Finance Authority bond issueat revival in the housing in- chicken-and-rice supper to all com- order In which their names appear on p.m. for the benefit of the Theressa
lower interest rates, may the attractive 11.5 percent dustry seemed imminent last ers. This event will be held at the high the September 9 ballot. The groups Fire Department and political speak.

have already "missed the interest rate.Apparently. spring when mortgage rates school stadium in Starke, with servF0RESTtYIN will be called as follows: Tax CollecAs ing will start at 7:30.:
boat." The Washington dropped from the 17-18 percent
economists are predicting an there is no needto range to a low of about 12

upturn of two to 2.5 percent in wait longer to see which percent, raising hopes that

short-term interest rates, and way interest rates are headed. builders and buyers would
Officials UrgeImmunization
According to all present in-
again re-enter the market.
homeowners held off awhile dications the direction is UP. But some prospective new Now

Before Aug. 25
BRADFORD COUNTY by Mark Fries

Bradford County schools in -conjunction \

I The Future Should Be the IssueFrom Health Department with the Bradford are children County urging -

parents to have their immunized
Many a community In Florida has a soon as enough state champions against the dreaded
tree so large and impressive that it have been identified and certified a childhood diseases, according to Dr.
the standpoint of giv- sion coverage. It came from If present trends continue the has been given a name and is protected listing will be printed by the Division Jeffrey I. Rubin, County Health
Director and Thomas L.
by admirers. of Casey,
ing the American people what Governor Jerry Brown of report says by the turn of the The Forestry crowns are for expected the general to change public. Superintendent of Schools.

they need and want to know California who while generally century the world .will be Most of these locally famous trees often In the first year or two as larger
both the Republican and the regarded as a maverickand more crowded more polluted are live oaks among the most majestic and larger trees are discovered. Infants and young children
Democratic national conven- a dreamer by the more of all trees. But there are other desperately need the protection immunization .
less stable and
ecologically kinds that have made for offers. Children suffer
reputations If you would like further Information
mundane politicoes at least
tions were a disappointment. more vulnerable to strife thanit themselves. needlessly each from the
on this subject feel free to call me year
showed that he understandswhat
Instead of providing needed is today. at my office, \864-6280, ext. 219. diseases of diptheria tetanus, whoopIng -
problems the nation and Where Is the largest live oak in cough, measles mumps, rubella,
direction toward solving the the world will face in the next "Barring revolutionary ad- Florida? The latgest magnolia? Slash and polio because parents neglect
problems of the present and two decades. vances in technology life for pine? Royal palm? Where are the get their children Immunized at::;'a
the future the speakers of most people on earth will be champions of all the estimated 600 time when. it is most Important. r
both most of kinds of native and introduced trees
parties spent more precarious in the year found in Florida? County AgentsNotebook..K. All children entering school for the
their time in futile attacks on -R 2000 than it is now-unless the first time are required to have all

each other, stirring up the nations of the world act As I mentioned In one of my earlier basic Immunizations prior to enroll-
embers of the past. decisively to alter current columns the State Division of .. ment. T* .

... Instead of plotting a course trends,",the report concludes. Forestry to identify has a new and statewide crown, all program the Additionally.a n....'mllng by aid t.

for the future, speakers at the The'Internatiou.1: Energy champions. I would like to remind ByJaekTowmendIntern ''Department of Health
Rehabilitative Services, in
accordance
that public nominations are
everyone
Democratic Convention spenttoo' Agency estimates that on the invited. in Cooperative Extension with recommendations of the
much time attacking basis of current usage world work in Bradford U.S. Public Health Service now requires -

Ronald Reagan, just as thoseat demand for oil by 1985 will Anyone or any group can nominatea County. Phone 96 .8280. that all 10-12 grade students be
the earlier Republican Con- outstrip tree to the county forester. If the ext. 209. fully immunized against the above
production
probably tree to have chance to win mentioned diseases prior to enrolling
vention turned their event intoa appears a
by two million barrels a day- the state championship the county In school this fall. This ruling I is?a
hate-Carter rally. a situation that would forester will officially identify and result of an epidemic of measles-In!
There is plenty of time heighten conflict between measure it. Records will be kept by Fall gardening will soon be upon Florida and throughout the United
and is the time to start
now
States
you in this
age group.
East and West as well as the Division of Foresty in Tallahasseeand I
,
before the General Election in preparing for the best possible fall
"Champion Tree" certificates
November for such oratorical North and South.Governor will be awarded to the owners. garden. All children regardless of age,
should have their immunizations
excesses. They contributed
Brown wasn't just The field is wide State cham- You know that the amount of time brought up to date as soon as possible.
constructive to the open.
nothing Dixie when he said and effort Involved in
whistling : pion trees have not been recorded in gardening Is You may obtain Immunizations from
convention whose primary "It is not the time for a can- Florida before. There are more than tremendous. That is why it is so Im- your physician or the County Health
purpose was for the selectionby didate and party that believethe 100 trees growing here that have been portant for you to carefully plan here Department. The health department
each party of the man it only long-term threat to recognized as national champions garden. In planning a garden provides Immunizations free.of
: are numerous concerns to keep in charge to all. If have
considered best equipped to JKKKY BKOWIS but until now there has been no con- you any questions
our survival comes from one test for state champions. mind. I would like to take this opportunity please call the Bradford County
get himself elected Presidentin lie Speaks of the Future particular nation 5,000 miles to discuss some general Ideas Health Department at 964-7732. Bring

1980. away. Rather, it is a time for a The largest tree in Florida may about gardening with you. any records you may have on yourchild's

The goings-on in Detroit and And therein lies the reason candidate and a party which well Sanford be a in bald Seminole cypress growing near Site selection is a very importantpart immunization status. ::--
New York while sense the profound change to a County public of You should if
offering for Brown's abysmal failureas park. Named "The Senator", it is 36 gardening. ,
some degree of entertainmentand a national political can be wrought by the addition of feet 2 inches in circumference 4.5 possible, locate your garden in a han Willis L. Montgomery: :
two billion citizens to this dy place, that will be easy to plant, Makes Marine Sgt. : : :
( even that is debatable) didate. He refuses to talk in feet above the ground and 138 feet
and
cultivate harvest.
were a product of what has terms of the old cliches of Earth"within the next 20 high. It is not a national champion.Bald should be located near a water The garden source Marine Sgt. Willis L. Montgomery ,
been termed "the new and creating millions of make- ;years. cypresses nearly 40 feet in circumference for Irrigation.In son of IzelF Montgomery of Starke,
have been found in both
and Yurlee Wilson of Gainesville has
permanent force of practicing work jobs, spending billions of Although Governor Brown'sremarks Tennessee and North Carolina.Is been promoted to his rank,
general locate the garden in full present
technocrats. These
political dollars, following economic
directed while at New River
were more serving Marine
if If
must
sunlight possible.
highly skilled and highly paid policies that will lead to even at Ronald Reagan and the the Senator truly the largest tree choose, morning exposure you to full Corps Helicopter Air Station,
of kind in>Florida? Nobody be '
craftsmen of the "bodypolitic" higher inflation in- any can is Beneficial Jacksonville N.C. .-;
or getting Republican Party they con- sure. Is there a still larger cypress sunlight more than afternoon -
include the vast corpsof volved in a mad arms race tained truths that should be left by loggers to stand in some exposure. Root crops should be A 1976 graduate of Eastsido High
image-makers-the cam- that would probably blow us noted and addressed by both remote swamp? If so perhaps a exposed to full sunlight as much as School. Gainesville he joined the

paign consultants and all off the face of the Earth. parties.As search for state champions by many stand possible.a little While shade.most leafy. crops can Marine Corps in January vm. : :3
managers the ever-present people will find it. Srj:

ghost writers, the pollstersand Brown's speech bringing observed in an editorialin
Two of the world's most vegetable selection you should be .':.:1
pundits, and the political truths that we all must face in the Florida Times-Union: trees, grow in Florida. Where poisonous are the concerned with proper seasons and the type of crops you plan to gr science experts, who turn a the coming years, fell on the "If sham and hokum could, champions of this pair of little horrors proper varieties. Most vegetablesmay This will save you money and time
political convention into a deaf ears of delegates and got make our problems disap:: ? be grown in gardens throughout and assure you (the proper nutrient/?
Florida If grown in the for garden. '
media event "full of sound little attention from TV net pear the two major political seasons. Even vegetables that proper aren't your tsj

and fury"; and signifying works who left him talking conventions would have and They west are Florida the poison which sumac isn't a of sumacat north well-adapted here 'have been suc- Make sure your garden has proper*ErZ: :

nothing-other than final while they turned their atomized them. The time has all but a member of the infamous cessful for some growers. Varieties drainage. Some gardeners elevate
nomination of a candidate.And cameras away to look for come for the political can- poison ivy family, and the deadly little should be looked at for their respec- their entire garden. One way is to toy
inter- manchineel of the and: tive adaptability. Suggested varietiesare out a frame and fill it with gardensoil.
more exciting people didates in this crucial electionyear.to Keys extreme
now the fireworks view. south Florida reputed to be the in the "Vegetable Gardening If you have a level garden try to
begin. President Carter talk turkey" to the most toxic tree in North America Guide" Circular 104)) These have raise the rows slightly above the sim-
The American people. been proven to be successful in rounding area. This will stop anj
depicts Ronald Reagan as liv- thing that Jerry Brown Florida but new and different items water from washing Into
both little your garden
ing in a dream world, and was talking about-the It is too bad that Jerry rare Fortunately and grow, in out-of-the-way trees are should be tried to increase yourgardening area and bringing with it excess

Reagan in turn denounces future-is, in fact what the Brown has developed the image 'places and shouldn't be sought out for interest. moisture and disease problems. iC j

Carter's administration as 1980 election campaign shouldbe rightly or wrongly, of a extermination. But everything about
one of "weakness inconsistency about. The underlying dreamer. Perhaps his wordsat both can be injurious from the sap to Generally you can grow a garden Keep these general thoughts.7ir:: t )
the rainwater runoff from the leaves wherever weeds will grow. Your soils mind as you develop a garden plaa
:: vaccilation and issue beneath all the partisan the convention would have to the smoke from burning part of productivity Is a big factor in the success and you'll be half way to the kitchen
any
bluff." Such rhetoric may claptrap is: How will the U.S., fallen on more receptive ears either. of your garden. Soil testing will table with those fresh, home-g !
make interesting readingfora in the final decades of the had he been a political identify nutrient needs depending on vegetables. %

while-but it is not enough. 1980s meet the challenge pos- pragmatist. But dreamers
ed by the world's expanding have played an important role I
What the American people population and limited in
the history of the world.
RID p,1t"U"'H"'
need to know is not where physical resources? And Leonardo da Vinci dreamed of C

these men have been, so muchas which candidate is best equipped an airplane thousands of ,

where they propose to take with the intellectual years before it was invented. w ligrapq j

the nation in the next four grasp, political sagacity, and ,
years. Neither, as yet, has the skill of leadership to meet The nation would doubtless'benefit O i -'' rn
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given us a satisfying answer. that challenge? if both Mr. Carter and
Mr. Reagan were listening to '4j ON 6013 0. FERGUSON-JOHNM.MILLE'R.

Surprisingly enough, the If anyone doubts the impor- this message, and will use Publishers

most thoughtful and intelligent tance of the problems that will some of their debating time (if Publlthad. each Thursday and entered at'..,,0.."Clan Matter at the past Office at Starb..fl. under Act of March 2. 17'
speech made at the face us in the next twenty debates materialize) to give W

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Darley Earnie Cauley Wed July 25 at First Methodist

First United Methodist Church was
the setting for the marriage of Sandra 7./- rf J
(* Darin daughter of Mr. and Mm.r i iI iMr. SfpCMllWooly _
: Darley to Earnie Cauley of .1J3 iftae
Starke con of Edgar Cauley of .
Orange Park and Mrs Lucille Cauley .

of The Lawtey.Reverend Warren.D. Langer, ( ; ,,,' ( ySodoly j 7L ;//" ,
pastor,performed the ceremony Fri
day, July 25, at S p.m. dory Une ul'ew .
Mrs. Warren Stevenson, organist
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presented a program of nuptial
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Centering the, altar 'was a
1CT-, .'candelabra arch flanked by baskets Lola
VV.B. Mundy Zipperer,
of white and yellow galdlolus.daisies
u.nJand; pompoms. On either side were Gives "Cousins" Party Thomas Rountree ,:: ",
??.:.?, two candelabras decorated with spra. .- Mrs. Lorena (Alvarez) Dyal of Wed June 20 'fS]"EVesi': : : MM. N"S
r'j ingerle fern.Jimmy Jacksonville Beach was entertainedat '\' .". ., .'. .. I
Friends will be Interested to hear .
Cauley attended his brother
'w_,". ,,as best man. Ushers were Jerry Redding W.B.the Klngsley Lake home,of Mrs. that Lola Zipperer was married June I '' f!P.I'i I M.!!\'?$\IJIo I>P.l''L ';j\(;;;\
Mundy Wednesday August
.., brother-in-law on 20 to Thomas C. Rountree at the Mid- .
of the bride and ,
?.. .13,with covered dish luncheon with .1II1J.1I\ if I JWA u ft\\11\\
: Kenny and Eddie Cauley, brothers of a dleburg Baptist Church and are now 0_ ._ .. .. .. 'i
Mrs.Guy Sale as cohostess.Twentyfive
the groom.tin residing In Gainesville.
first cousins were in-
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Miss Sarah Biggs served as maid of of the of the
.i vited. They were family -
M >honor.She wore a floor length gown oft .
late Henry and Martha Sapp, who
t :::. .'pink bridal satin with lace sleeves and '
i 11,.''pearl trim. came to Bradford'County over 100 Always Ready To Serve
from Blackshear, Ga.
years ago
'< JBridal: attendants were Mrs: Jerry S The families represented were of
Redding and Miss Marla Darley. I .the late Mr.and Mrs. Lonza Alvarez
sisters of the bride and Miss Elaine andMrs.
'rf' : i iI Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Norman, Mr. Calm And
'Cauley, sister of the 'Their Friendly .
groom.
s : ,tf .Bob Haislop, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
t 011;I gowns satin with were lace floor bodice length,yellow lace sleeves bridal f I, \ 't. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. John B.Sapp A calm and friendly voice answers your phone call to DeWIttC.
all former residents of Starke and
and pearl trim.The maid of honor and l' : Bradford County. Jones Funeral Home at any hour of the day or night.
.bridesmaids all carried Identical :' Out-of-town guest was Mrs. Mattie
I -.: ,,nosegays of white silk carnations and '. \ Ellis of Brooker. ComfortThis
I ._. .yellow rosebuds with pink ribbon
'i' The hostesses were assisted by Is introduction to the comfort that comes
on
I ?' ; streamers. They wore white pearl Mrs. Freddie Watterson, Mrs. Victor > from know-
oral 'Jialo. headpieces. Griffis and Misses Susan and Kim Ing that competent and friendly people are serving you.
The little maids were the Misses "
Teila and Keri nieces of the S'<< .Sa-&tne
Cauley. here for two weeks, Mrs.
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/ .91 Immediate AnswersThe
OF groom and Miss Angela, Redding, Dyal was entertained by Mrs. W.C.
C. ..--niece..: of the bride. They wore floor / Ward,Mrs.Alleen Moore and Mr.and DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home staff is prepared to save
1 ,l.! length gowns of yellow crepe with puffed -
:Mrs.Felix Sapp. Immediately to answer your call.
I sleeves and pinafores of pale
yellow with pink and yellow flowers .and Mrs.Earnie Cauleywith
I' and carried small bouquets of white HinesConerlyFamily DaWItf C. Jones Harold Johnson
and pink silk flowers. a three tiered cake decoratedwith Cfa. 'grandparents of the groom, Mr.and Reunion
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Benton Futch
The bride,given in marriage by her yellow beading, pink and yellow Mrs. Walter Wolfe and Steve Futch
father, wore a floor length of roses and topped with a miniature daughters, Teresa and Geri Boyce of The decendants of Wiley Frank
silk organza over taffeta with gown lace bride and groom.On either side of the Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hines and Martha Conerly Hines will DeWitt C. Jones
sleeves ,and trim with rounded cake were three branch silver Boree of Middleburg. hold their second annual family reu
neckline.Her headpiece was covered candelabras with pink tapers. Mrs. After a short trip to Ocala,Six Gun nion this Sunday at the Gainesville Funeral Home
with lace trim edging and appliques. Robert Autry and Miss Elise Johns Territory and Silver Springs, the cou- Senior Citizens Center, 516 NE 2nd
She carried a nosegay of silk pink carnations cut the cake. ple Is residing at 313 Redgrave Street, Ave.,from 10 a.m. til 4 p.m.
and yellow rosebuds with Miss Nancy Bennett cut the Starke. .A covered dish lunch will be servedat Storks K.x..on.M.laht.
'-n white ribbon streamers. groom's cake which was chocolate The bride Is a 1980 graduate of BHS 1 p.m. All relatives and friends of 9M.6WO: 473-3I7
j" A reception was held In the church with pale chocolate icing and and is employed by Mitchell's Rexall the family are Invited..
1' decorated with yellow and pink roses. Drugstore as bookkeeper. She plansto
::;,Fellowship Chitty greeted Hall the where guests at Mrs.the Joan door The punch table was covered with a attend Santa Fe Junior College ..J *. ************,1//ryinAtlt*** Init**l **yt*It******. *- *. *. *-+ .*_ .*.
1' white lace cloth and was presidedover beginning with the Fall session. ;"
--and also directed the !Miss .
!Irl>'Nancy Bennett kept the bides bookv by Misses Janice Jockel and The' groom received his GED ,. SAWYER SLADE GAS *
"at the wedding and Miss Teresa Karen Macy. Mrs. H.W. Bennett and diploma from VoTech School In 1979 .,
Boyce kept the book at the reception. Mrs. Gloria Sapp assisted. and is presently employed by the .J '
The bride's table was covered with ,Out-of-town guests Included Mr. Department of Corrections In ,r SALE
It" a white lace cloth and was centered and Mrs. Earnest Cauley of Baxley, Lawtey.,
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8 A TELEGRAPH August 21.1"0

Wanda Gayle Shuford and Perry Nicula Wed August 1 Albert Cowlings To Celebrate/ 50th AnniversaryIn Meth. Choir Has.
Pool Party
Dowllng was born and .attended
celebration of
their
Both Annl
ver-
Miss Wanda Gayle Shuford, aary the children ot Mr. and Mrs. school: in Lake Butler. They were' The First United Methodist Church
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Albert Dowllng wW honor their married in FannenvUIe,'La. chancel choir had its annual pool Mr
Shuford of Lawtey and Perry Dean at a :Their family includes sons Albert ty Wednesday night of last
reception 24
Nicula, son of Mr. and Mrs. Octavtan from parents 2 to B p.m. at the on community August Ray of Jacksonville and Johnny;;; ofOrange the home of Mr.. and-Mrs. Drew Red J}:
Nicula, also of Lawtey were united in center In Worthington Springs. Park. They also have one dish
marriage Friday August 1, at 8 p.m. Mr.and Mrs.Dowling now reside in daughter June Garlark of Boone,N.C. The members, husbands and wives
at Northside Baptist Church, Starke Gainesville at M30 N.W. 13th St. and eight grandchildren. enjoyed swimming in the pool followed
with Rev. James F. Cowart performing Before retirement, they:'lived la Invitations are not being sent local- by a covered dish dinner chill
the nuptials. Wilmington, N.C. Airs. Dowllng was friends attend dves are the porch and patio,followed by
Mrs. Charlie Green,soloist,accom- originally from Monroe, La. and Mr. cordlaUy Invited to practice.
panied by Jimmy Alvarez and Mrs. .The group honored a member Dirk'Schmidt
Glen Mattox organist, presented a Honoree who was celebrating his bir-
Lisa
program of nuptial music. McDowell Shower thday and was leaving for college this
Centering the altar was an arch x fall The group also had as a special
candelabra decorated with a spray of i Miss Lisa McDowell, whose marriage lace and was centered with an arrangement -' pest Boots Green.Approximately .
greenery. On either side were two to Benny Carter will be an event of gold and yellow silk 35 enjoyed the even-
standing arrangements of white of Sept. 30>>, was honored at a bridal flowers. ing.'
gladiolus, pink carnations, burgundymums shower Tuesday night, August( 19, Forty guests were Invited to attend, g
lavender asters, burgundy given by Mrs. Lola Johnson, Mrs. between the hours 7:3O.nd 9:30 p.m. Eastern Star
carnations, wine pompoms with but- Levi Whittle Mrs.Oren Derkman and The hostesses presented the. It
ton poms and baby's breath. On the b Mrs.Henry Godwin at the home of the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Gene ,Supper Aug. 23
lower level were two tree candelabras latter. McDowell of Lake Butler and Mrs., Starke chapter 224, Order of the
holding arrangements of similar One game was played and a prize William Carter, mother of the prospective Eastern Star,will have a covered dish'
flowers. Greenery pots were used to awarded.The groom, with silk flower car .
r. supper Saturday August 23, at 7 p m:;
decorate the floor area. refreshment table was covered sages.They also gave Miss McDowella In the Masonic Hall. ',\
Danny Shuford, cousin of the bride with a white linen cloth edged with set of 8 stainless steel cutlery. All Masons and their families are"
was best man. Ushers were Ronnie invited to attend.: .
-
Norman Roger Bennett and John
Shuford, brother of the bride. t \ t 1
Mrs. Shad Starling, cousin of the YOU .7J1" :
bride was matron of honor. Atten- : Elect /'.
dants were Mrs Mark Hodges, Miss \-J', AUTO {
Lori Shuford, cousin of the bride, and i
Miss Vickie Nicula, sister of the KNOW p Sandra Norman
They were all attired alike in
light burgundy chiffon over taffeta By L :6 i:

gowns.bouquets They of carried burgundy small carnations crescent, Come Ross Supervisor of Elections 'J.!

white daisies, wine pompoms
bay's IMr. I- ,
miniature carnations and "' 't
breath Experience In Working
fy. Lees than two month
Kimberly Wells was flower girl and IV" .
Joey Shuford was ring bearer, both ago, I completelyoverhauled the dif- With The People Of :;i

cousins of the bride. ferential on my 1978 CiveA Bradford County!
Giving out rice bags from white Bronco. Now I' haa
wicker baskets were Melissa Starl-
ing, Marcella Carter and Amy brand from the new rear.noise The coming tires Working Woman Will/ Work Hard To Serve:

Jackson.Given in marriage by her father, .N!' ... -. ." re arc next all move riftht.? What' my A Chancel! And Please The People
the bride wore a white Priscella gown
with alencon lace and and Mrs. Perry Nicola Of Bradford County* .' j \
drifting over the bodice, a scalloped A Make a test drive and Pd Pol Adv Pd for by Sandra Norman
round neck and cap sleeves. The full bride and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins,aunt of Following a wedding trip to the perform the following texts' : I
skirt fell from a fitted waistline and the groom cut the wedding cake. Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Change the transmission
led to a full chapel length train. A Servers were Mrs. Jessee Meyers, and Bridgeport, W. Va. the couple is lever from one speed range Dr. Lounelte Richanlton. B.S.,1). ( 1
dainty headpiece of seed pearls and Miss Rhonda Harrell, Miss Brenda residing on SR 225, Lawtey.The to umitltcr If the noise .
of white lace secured her Roberts and Mrs. Atten- couple are both graduates of In und In
appliques Randy Cory. uppeortl| | one not Dr. Wayne C. Ea toit. I). ( .
flowing finger tip veil. She wore her ding the food table serving hors Bradford High School. The bride I lie oilier, it IH coming from
grandmother's wedding ring for d'oeuvres and sandwiches were Mrs. graduated In 1977 and will be a 1981 I lie truiimnlHHliin Nuts the !
something old which was a gift from Joe E. Shuford, Mrs.J.S. Shuford,Jr. graduate from Lake City School of road speed at which the Keystone Chiropractic Clinic I
her. She carried a long graceful and Mrs. D.L. Shuford, aunts of the Nursing noise lit IOlldo:.... Slop I the
cascade of minuet roses, stephanotisand bride. Mr. Nicula,a 1977 BHS graduate,is car and race the engine until
baby's breath. Also assisting In serving and actingas attending Santa Fe Electrical Program lt'" at the onccil the noise At SR-21 \orth 1:
A reception was held in the church floor hostesses were Mrs. Morris where be will be a 1981 Man heard If the iiolHC h.
Fellowship Hall. Miss Lisa Kelley, Mrs. Glen Starling, Mrs. graduate. He Is a licensed electricianwith present, It'" caused liv the Keystone S'f"JIISutf.l; )., I
Mooneyham and Miss Andrea Eaves Claude Revels, Mrs. L.C. Sapp and Mid State Electric Co. of engine orexhuimt; or II"%fill
kept the bride book. Mrs. Kenny Shuford. .Gainesville. drive, lightly upplv the Phone 473-3604
The bride's table was covered witha brakes while holding I he cur .!
burgundy flounce topped with awhile ... '. C". ".." "' ':=--" 'C I speed. steady. If the noiseurlen Hours-9a.sit. p.m. and 3 p.m.: .- fti.ln..Won. ; .
lace cloth and \ In pitch need to
Army-Navy was {( you 1
centered tiered .. .. .... wheel uxlc shaft
with a three wedding ''' '' "' replace or .. Tues. M'tv// ;! ,
cake encircled with greenery and [ :! JMJI DJlM 1 (O"1 1i .r\ \) ocurtnj dI'rj.
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flowers. On either end of the table 1)) ; \ ,',II!:: \ : ,( 9a.m. 1 1P. Pit. Thursdays!
were two silver candelabras holding I ., . .' i
Alternative Parts
arrangements in the bride's chosen \ .. Cuter e We Do
New Patients
'l" Accept
colors. \\W..c..". il6iiltl' ....'"'Gn..,... ...'toldf.... .. .. t tl om.. .. : i j _STARKE
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The food table was covered with a ':.'.i'/"" ''. ...' 1." -:.,. '..,:'';.'..".::..'.;:;:....': .:,':l';;: ,)'. \''X1>>.'i i" \ .'.,: .I} !:If
white lace cloth over burgundy and ) J .i. .//I .i..I'/I'" ..n.e, .f,. II'' : 'J..j..l.: ;.I.I..r' ; ;'r.\.i..': '
was centered with a large mixed .. .. .. .,, 'i..I. t. .. iJ 1f .. \
floral arrangement .the. bride's i. M"f'i'MOMt. "' ;.. '. ..I.'l. ': : ti tt1r .." : : \\4 ; i
chosen colors.-Ttie two punch tables,X. ::. .c.i:.... ..I....,'.... .... ,IIi .., ,"n!.'. ..:. .'.., ..:. "...' .". ,..' .( ,: f VOTE .
also covered with Army-Navy cloths .........:.-.., . .' ., ... .. .\\1
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over large burgundy silver punch were bowls centered encircledwith with i \1. ,9U.I.I., .; '" ,,,, .r..p.. ,, :' ,

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Mrs.greenery Leon Starling and flowers., aunt of the [ ..ri! K. .t r,- tAJaft :: t,:......' ..... '>." ::\(' : STEVE I I
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Vicky Sue Anderson
Martin RosierTo 'Longchamp I 1 (!Homes 1 ,

Wed August 23 ..: .: : ; .. ,.' ::.... .\':" ,;:'. .. I
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Miss Vicky Sue Anderson and Mar- : 'r': \/964685'ii""Ji" SIMMONS
tin Vanis Rosier will be united in mar ;
riage Saturday, August 23. at 2 p.m. ... i { "
at the First United Methodist Church ;

with Fellowship a reception Hall. following in the ( '$ .: i..r.$1$ : .R' JJ ; Tax Collector I

All friends and relatives are invited I
to attend. I .. _" ::, 1 '

TO THE TAXPAYERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY

1.
Richard is a concerned businessman in the community

who needs Bradford County's support to help insure a I WILL Keep the Tax Collectors Office Open During

better tomorrow. The Hours Of 8:00AM To 5:30: PM, Monday through 8

Thursday And 8:00: AM to To 6:00: PM On Fridays, In ts

ElectRICHARD Order To Accomodate The Working Man. r.


I WILL Work The Front Counter So The People 9

W. ROBERTSCounty Wishing To Do Business Directly With The Tax

Commissioner Collector Will Have The Opportunity To Do So.



Dist. 5 Demo. I WILL Study The Work Load In The Tax Collectors

Office To See' If 8 Full Time Employees Are Needed.

This Could Result in Savings In The Budget Of The

Tax Collectors Office. .
w i

If elected I pledge to be ,

SINCERE accessible to you the peopleof The Only Commodity The Tax I


Bradford County. To' meet Collectors Office Has To Sell is. .


the problems with a straight
DEPENDABLE SERVICE. The Citizens
forward approach without ties ( Of '


HONEST to any special interest group. Bradford County DeserveAnd


WILL GET A Friendly, .



Your Vote and Support Ippr. iat.d. Courteous And Efficient Staff '


To Handle Their Business(


Thank You RICHARD ROBERTS Needs And Answer Any


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Baptist ChurchTo Did You Know Julian E. McRaes Celebrate 35th AnniversaryMr.
Present "Ills Land" Mr; and Mrs. Winslow Johnson and Mrs.G.J. McGriff Sr. spent Thursday "
Mrs. Marvin Barnbart and daughter.Tammie visited family and to Sunday with fer BOO and family .and Mrs.Julian E.McRae were ,together.' "
"HU Land" a movie rich in color daughters of Vail, Colo. are visiting friends In Jonesport, Maine for a Mr. and Mrs. McGriff Jr. In recently honored with a dinner partyat The group then attended the ex-
and authentic sights and sounds,witha her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.O. week. They went lobster fishing and Gainesville. Rochettes' Sea Fox in Gainesvillein cellent floor show in the lounge,which
popular musical score composedand Loudon from Tuesday to Sunday clam digging while there. They alsoattended celebration of their 35 wedding an- featured "Mark and Clark", twin
arranged by Ralph Carmichael while Mr. Barnhart Is in South a family reunion of five Misses Cindy and Denise Gbsy. niversary. brothers who sang and played two
has been called a musical Journey In- Florida on business. brothers and two sisters and their daughters of Mr. and Mrs.Joe Cissy, Their parents,Mr.and Mrs. RobertE. white baby-grand pianos. After the
to the soul of a nation, will be shown families. They also went up to, have moved to Lake Taboe. Calif. Bltgood of Theressa, and their show everyone returned to the
on Sunday, August 24, at 7:30: p.m. at Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves' Canada.Mr. children,Mr.and Mrs. Marvin Brown McRaes' home in Theressa.where an
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church, last week were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mrs. R.W. Underhill of Indlatlantlc of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Plen Gnann, annlversai/ cake and coffee were
Highway 16, East of Starke. Pryor and family of Mt. Nebo,,W. Va. and Mrs. Rick Jackson have and Mrs. WU Mendetta and son of St. and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff McRae of served. The cake was served on a
The public Is invited to attend. returned to Chattanooga, Tenn. after Simons Island spent last week with There .,were the hosts for the occa large silver lazy-susan., Four small
Attending the Eaves family reunion spending the summer with his Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.Mr. sion. Also attending was Robert G. wedding bells and tulle centered the
Susie MyrickCelebrates Friday thru Sunday at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Bltgood, brother of Mrs. McRae. who cake and the sides were detailed withminiature
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves on Colley Sr. and Mrs. Paul Dolembo of was visiting from Hope Valley,Rhode fruits on a white
85th Road were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Valpariso, Ind. and Sarasota were Island.Jt ttan's parents,Mr.and Mrs.' background, symbolizing the fruitionof
BirthdayMrs. Wroten and family of Davie, FL, Ms. Mrs. Eunice Duke of Auburndaleand ,last week guests of Capt. and Mrs. Russell S. McRae of Starke, were a happy marriage.The .
Sandi Tanksley of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Swindell of Lakeland, John Myers. unable to attend because of illness. evening was a great success,
Susie Myrick celebrated her Mrs. Robert Eaves and family of were Friday overnight guests of Mr. The party began with cocktails at and will long be remembered by the
89th birthday Sunday, August 17. West Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fuller and the home of the honored couple In honored couple through pictures they
Mrs. Myrick was born on August 17, Walter Fox and family of Peoria, IL, family Moultrie,Ga.are guests this Theressa, where they were presentedwith were presented at the close of the
1895 In Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Lott of West Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin visited week of Mr. and Mrs.J.H. Moncrief. a yellow-throated white orchid evening.
Her birthday was celebrated with Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Burnell. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J C.PipkinIn corsage, and a pale peach bouton-
'the traditional birthday cake and Wilkison of New Braunfels, TX, Miss Bonifay over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S.G.Denmark returned niere of miniature roaebuds. Kelli Ann Duncan
song.A few selected friends from her Tracey Eaves of Sarasota and Dr. Tuesday night of last week from a Cocktails were served, and everyone
6th
Celebrates
church (Pine Level Baptist) and and Mrs. Ronald Eaves and family of and Mrs. Edwin Harbersen and weeks sightseeing trip on then proceeded to Rochettes',where a
others in the Starke community came Auburn, AL. children of St. Joseph, Mo. were Lake Erie.inThey were joined by Rev. delightful dinner of steaks and BirthdayLittle
by to help her celebrate the occasion. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo and Mrs. Randy Maycumber of Cow seafood was served. After a leisurely Kelli Ann Duncan celebratedher
I -.m. Champion.Mr. ington, Ohio. meal, Nita and Julian were given a 8,
large piece of leather luggage from sixth birthday Friday, Aug.
I and Mrs. Edward Davis of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran held a the group as a symbol of "the good when her parents, Mr. and Mrs.cookoutfor Jim
hamburger
VOTE TO ELECT luncheon things to come in the next 35 years Duncan, gave a
Gainesville were Sunday family picnic Sunday with 15 relatives her and 15 friends between the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby. attending from Brycevllle and hours of 4 and 6:30 p.m. at their homein
I Jacksonville.Mrs. .
JOHN'E. RAMSEY Conerly Eats tes.
Laura Jackson of TexasIs
Arlington BIRTHSCarrie The youngsters enjoyed games and
CITY COUNCIL Group 5 visiting her grandparents, Mr. and C.Y. Mayo of Tampa, Is refreshments during the party hours.
Mrs. J.G. Jackson.this week. visiting her sister, Mrs. Mamie Lou .The supper table was covered with
I A CONCERNED resident of Starke Edwards.Mr. Deanna Thompson and white checked cloth and
a
green
Richard Solz land Mr. and Mrs. Ricky and Debbie Thompson an- decorated birthday
who Is TOTALLY INTERESTED and( George Hamllon and daughters and Mrs. Stan Reddish of Tam- nounce the birth of a daughter,Carrie cake.centered with a
returned Sunday after 10 visit the weekend with their Deanna, born August 17 in Alachua
days spent
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Mrs. McKinney -
i EAGER to work for the people of with relatives In Atlanta and Winder, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lewis General Hospital. She Joins a brother Assisting Mrs. Fred were Dobbins Dewey and Mr. and
this city. Ga. and also visited Mr. Solze's at Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dewayne, 20 months. ,
Mike Sexton.
mother, Mrs. Ruth Solze In Tiffin, Drew Reddish.Jerry Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
.Very Active In The Recreation Of This City. A Family Man Mrs. Kenneth Thompson. Maternal
is 2 Years Of College Former City Employee Ohio.Mr. Meran,Jr.,of FSU is home on grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Maxie Carters Jr.
Four Year Military Man and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton vacation until the fall term starts in ward Douglas all of Starke. Entertain At
returned Saturday after 10 days visit September.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam William MarcheseDr. Rehearsal DinnerMr.
Thank You For Your Vote Elsworth Jackson and family In and Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr.
Pd. Pol Adv. Pd. ,For By Soon Whitehead Bldr.. Winder, Ga. and with son, Jim and Heidi SappCelebrates and Mrs. William Marchese announce entertained at a rehearsal dinner Fri "
\ brother, James Hamilton in Atlanta. the birth of a son, Adam August }
William, born August 10 in Alachua Fellowship Hall for theirsson.Brad
I Mrs. John W. Griffin and Mrs. W.H.:' 4th BirthdayLittle General Hospital. Paternal grand- and fiancee, Valarle Pabst following 'f
Thomson left Wednesday, to visit Miss Heidi Sapp celebratedher parents are Mr. and Mrs. Vito Mar- the couple's wedding rehearsal. .
c1 WALTER Henry Thomson at Calloway fourth birthday Wednesday Aug. chese of Miami and maternal grand- The buffet table was covered with a \
El, Gardens,Ga.for two days and then on 11, with a big party at Lowry Lake. parents are Mrs. Cliff Miller and gold lace cloth and was centered with }
up to Tuxedo N.C. to pick up Brad Games, swimming and Joseph Palmer Lamb,Jr. of Palatka. an arrangement of silk flowers and
k WESCOTT: and Bill Hamilton, who have been at refreshments were enjoyed duringthe ----------------- Bird of Paradise. The W-shaped din-
Failing Creek camp for two weeks. afternoon. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Ing tables held a garland of wild fern
City Council Group 1 They will return Sunday. The refreshment table was CLUB RESULTS Interspersed with mixed silk flowers.
centered with a large chocolate sheet Hazel and Jerry Moran were the The 60 attending included the Im-
9 YOU'LL FIND ME IN YOUR NEI3HBORHOODS cake with white icing topped with a winning couple at Duplicate Bridge mediate families, bridal party and
YOU'LL FIND ME IN ,YOUR NEWSPAPER !STEVE (SIMMONS I : big clown and four numbered Tuesday night. Ida Shaw and Eva out-of-town guests.
i' balloons. Cake, Ice cream, Pepsi and Mathewson were second: and Charles The young couple gave gifts to their
BUT YOU WON'T FIND ME ON YOUR TREES I watermelon were served. Riddle and Jack Burnett were third. attendants during the dinner.
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RE-ELECT k' RICHARD W. ODOM


SCHOOL BOARD

Maxie Carter Jr. A1 to DISTRICT 3f

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Voted ,His Conviction On Every Issue That Has Come .. REGISTRATION

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Has Never Missed A Meeting Of The Board Since Elected ,

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Your Vote And Suppbrt Appreciated Pd. pi. Adv SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE .

Pd for by Keith Carter Camp Tress TARKECENTERn
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A Candidate Truly,I Interested In Quality EducationFor Tuesday. September 2 REGISTRATION 8:00: a.rn. 1:00: {1).111.) & 6:00: Ini 8,00 {p.rn. ': I

Wednesday'. September' 3 REGISTRATION. 8:00: a.ni...:00: 1'.111. & GOO: p.rn. 8,00 p.rn. ,g
Every Child In Bradford County.... 'A \\Ct\ / .' FALL TERM CLASSES BEGIN I;;

Monday, September 8' SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT Last clay to Add classes -FEES. !

Graduate Of The Univ. Of North Fla. With A Major Tuesday. September, 16 DUE TODAY. 8,00: a.m.-1.00: p.m. & G.OO: II.m. 8.001).m.. I?:s I I
Last lay to Drop classes ami( receive a.refund: ;;
In Accounting... ; ; Friday;, October 24. NO CLASSES J
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He Has Worked In Various Segments Of.Business In Thursdays ,.or" November 27 THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY' (NO. CLASSES) ', i.
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Pala'" TELEGRAPH August ZI,ItIIO
I Marchese
Linda Haas and Mark E. Trimpey Married July 26 in Tampa Junior Woman's Club Shower Mrs. Wm.HonoreeThe

Holds BrunchThe
t On Saturday,July 26,at 3 p.m.the< Newsom cut the cake. >. : Junior Woman's Club held a Junior Woman'c Club aPamper.
Christ Community Church In Tampa A large fruit bowl wa*centered on party Tuesday night, July
to 13:30
I was the aetting for the marriage of another table flanked with trays of brunch Saturday dub from house U..m.for 29,at the home of Mrs. Robert AutryIn
at the prosepec-
sandwiches. p.m. Club Estates for Mrs..
Linda Eleonore Haas of Tampa fa Country .
members.A
live
new
Mark Everett Trimpey, also of Tarn .. I. William Marchese.The .
the'I Presiding at the two punch bowls potted plant on the buffet table refreshment table was covered
Dr.L.P.McClenny performed '
c pa. were Miss Phyllis Carlton, Mra. was decorated with gold butterflies, cutwork cloth and centered
nuptials. ... Knott symbols of district 4 FFWC. Encircl- with a
I Cheryl Barberr..M. Marilyn with
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.ancMra. table with a box of Pampers topped a
I Davis ing the punch bowl on the punch
Mrs. Prilcwa
I William Haai of Starke. Thigroom and of and butterflies. stork and encircled with baby toys.
was a garland Ivy
la the son of Mn.Wilbur Henry Mrs. Mn. Steve Denmark presided at
arid the late Edward Carl Trimpey of Following a wedding trip to the W.H.Among Thomson the IB,attending president were of the the punch bowl and Mrs.Autry cut the.
Markleton Pa. mountains of North Georgia, Helen cake.
senior club and Mrs. Louis Young
M.... Annette Lyons organist Mn. and Hiawassee,'Ga. the couple Is club .
Anne Cunningham pianist. Walter residing In tampa. sponsor.
Schaffner. soloist all of Tampa and
M.... Carol Milner of Starke, soloist III
presented a program of nuptial
music. l
Centering the upper chance area ELECTF'f
was an arch candelabra and two tree
candelabra with burning tapers, R
decorated with greenery and white
HALL
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satin bows. Green potted plants form- .r;'. RODNEY
ed the altar background. On either I ,
side of the lower chancel area were .t '
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two baskets of white gladiolus, peach SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT, 4 ,;
carnations and baby'a breath carry ,.
ing out the bride's color theme. A '), ire1 AEXPERIENCED- *
floral arrangement of peach and k
white carnations holding the three .' KNOWLEDGEABLE ,I
unity candles was centered on the
chancel rail and a kneeling bench was r.' + 11i IA';, UNBIASED l
highlighted In the middle.At .
the beginning of the service, the I'r''ldi.,!!!'.,,,;.\ I\1 1HE'LL f ft
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mothers of the bride and groom were *
escorted up to the chancel area where ..t S' ,
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each lit a candle on either side of the .L M WORK TO SPEND YOUR TAX
unity candle. ,...j.//,1't\\.I'#.. \
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Robert Barber of Tampa was best I DOLLARS WISELY. FOR YOUR CHILDREN'SEDUCATION. .
man. Ushers were Dale Haas of I Ih
Starke brother of the bride, Richard .
Hewlett. Michael Knott and Gary ,
Humphrey of Tampa. -fin *
Miss Jennifer Haas attended her
sister as maid of honor. Attendantswere P. Hall
Misses Jacolynn Fink, Bonnie Vote For and Elect Rodney
Pd.Pot Adv. Pd lor by Rodney Hill
and Elizabeth
Deen of Orlando
Mr. and Mra. Mark E. Trimpey
Kossler of Gainesville. They were all
attired alike in floor length gowns of captured in both gown and veil coordinated \
peach qiana. Each wore a matching to each other. She carried a
flower arrangement in her hair and silk cascade arrangement!; of white
they carried cascades of silk mixed calaya orchids, lily-of-the-valley,
flowers in shades of orange peach peach forget-me-nots, fern and white

and The beige.bride,given In marriage by her roses.Mrs. Charles Darby of Starke Cash Savings Are

father, wore a gown of white flowing directed the wedding.
qiana. Open lattace lace and Im- A reception was held in the church -
ported silk Venice lace appliques In- Fellowship Hall. Guests were greetedat
terspersed with seed pearls enhancedthe the door by Miss Charmaine as
sheer yolk and high neckline. Newsom. Mrs. Patty Bogart kept the
Long bishop sleeves were caught at bride's book. Standing in the receiv-
the wrist with Venice lace. Her full ing line were the bride and groom and "
raised bodice their parents.The CALIFORNIA 'I
pleated skirt fell from a EVCNVTHINQ WE BELL HAS A -
and ended in a chapel length train the refreshment tables were all .
hem of which was trimmed with covered with white lace cloths. Two MONEY RED OR WHITE
Venice lace. She carried a white silk flower arrangements In shades of GRAPESGUARANTEE
hand embroidered handkerchief orange, peach and beige were used on BACK
belonging to her late maternal grand the punch table and gift table.
mother, Mn. Harvey H. Joiner, who The bride's table was centered witha oua I I01YNI
carried it when she married In 1918 four tiered wedding cake decoratedwith 11III
and which has been carried by peach rosebuds and topped with
numerous other brides. wedding bells. Silver candelabra on 5
veil of either side were decorated with FOR
Her waltz length imported
mist illusion scalloped and edged in flowers and fern. Mrs Harvey H. F $
silk Venice lace and seed pearls. A Joiner, aunt of the bride from ; : 1 4 ] {
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reflection of the rennaisance look was Shalimar Fla. and Miss Charmaine d ( 88 78 LB 0fJ..H R

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CarlHurst : SAVET ALL PURPOSE
: : TOWELS : Yellow Onions. .tel8cAVB AVB ad"*.la PACK:PANTEY PRIOR'
SWEET JUICYFRESH 3 LBS
jJ : 11*.FRESHLY PACKAOCD Rolls (CLOVERLEA.) ;Z/9 80
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= 5 8C j PEACHES 8 8" Slaw or Salad. PKQ.480 AVB an"*.la PACK PANTRY PRIDE'
: 85 IAvnO' .AVB.1.BNOWHITB' RollS (PARTY PLAKE) 2/98

: SQ. FT. : AVB 10"*. Mushrooms i.wv 'lsa save 10-" .1...PARTY TVMB CUT

Bradford CountyTax .WITH THIS COUPON OOODTHUMS..AUO.3I : Fresh Celery. :A'otr: 380 AVB 11*.CRISP. CELLO Pound Cake. 89
.,A1IQ 27,BO.LIMIT' I Fresh Carrots. US:: 18 ...
Collector I / t tK : CJN.:: : WITH A if.SO OH MONK fOOD .AVB to" New CROP AVB''o-' PACK .0<1.
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Carl Hurst lives full time in Bradford Co. CATSUP LIBBY 055555SSAnFI3.i DELMONTE TOMATO 550CR SODASG

LIBBY'S cReMsr..HOLI"eLO.' t.acosll..... FIRESIDE VAHIUACKMES1mm W'.LAC.
Carl Hurst is seeking office on his own merit. MARSHPANTO'PRIDE 7 g
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SAVE WITH YOUR CHOICE"GENERIC" .


Ask Tax your Collector.neighbor, Ask your friendsto FOOD OUE "BBS* i' u ubbyy F HERSHEVi'rtESTL'E

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Thank you for your Vote and Rctiv IA'I)d MsApple Juice. *1" -!: g A; s iOO.OOO **', I

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Support: for My ElectiononSstpt. Vegetables 29C 39'MACARONI

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AVB.90*.JaoWMBATOHmMlfSauce AVB Mtt**lAG PANTRY PLUS AVI S"....CHUNKSwanson OXYDOLLAUNDRY ,

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Peanut BUTTER. .89* -!<. Lysol ( ). B9DISIMFECTAMT . 99 84oi $ 2 69 :.

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Kathy Hardenbergh .,,. Kathy Hardenbergh Shower Honoree

Luncheon Honoree Miss Kathy Jean Hardenbergh, Goldwlre, Mrs. Kent Graudon Mrs.
**************************+ :Miss Kathy Hardenbergh bride- fiancee of Gregory Riherd,WM com, Mark Graudon,Mrs.Robert Paterson ':
elect of Greg Riherd was honored at plimented at a bridal bower Satur- and Mrs.Cynthia Schmitt.
r '. a luncheon in the Pecan Room at the day,August 16,from 4 to 5:30 p.m.at Upon arrival the honoree and Mrs ,I
Garden Restaurant on Saturday,Aug. the Stump home on Bessent Road Riherd were presented corsages of a
9, given by Mrs. J.E. Hazen. Mrs. given by Mn. W.H. Thomson Mrs. pink carnations and the hostess gift to
: TOME-ECASEY i B.U Moxle Jr., Mrs. A.R. Russell J.W. Griffin and Min Lillian Stump. the bride-elect was a set of sheets and
: Mrs. H.C. Ritch. Mrs. L.T. Register The guests were greeted at the door pillow cases.
f Jr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler.The ty Mrs. Thomson and Mrs. Griffin One hundred guests were invited to r.
twenty-four guests were seatedat and were presented by Miss Stump to enjoy the affair.
:r. a T-shaped table decorated with arrangements I Miss Hardenbergh and Mrs. R.M.
of pink crepe myrtle. Riherd, mother of the prospectivegroom. Mrs. Gary Bakken |
; SUPERINTENDENT =: ,The hostesses presented Miss tlk .
Hardenbergh with a silver covered Mrs. Charles Darby Invited the Shower Honoree .:
;: a\' OF 'SCHOOLS vegetable dmh guests to the family room where Mrs. Mrs.Gary Bakken was given a surprise !
Guests Included Mrs.Joyce. Riberdl J.W. Ritch and Mrs.George Roberts stork shower Tuesday night atthe f.
*Professional mother of the groom Jr. directed them to the garden patio home of Mrs. Don Hardenbrook i
Qualifications: =: Riherd, Gainesville; Mrs. Nell Dukes where the gifts were displayed. Mrs. with family members attending.
and Mrs. Thetis Dukes Lake City, James Blackahear assisted by Miss Among those attending were Mrs. 1\
-5 YEARS TEACHING EXPERIENCE and Mrs.Francis White Lake Butler. r j Carol Hendrleth, were hostesses in Clinton Barton and daughter.Amy of
this area. Keystone Heights, Mrs. Warren Ebl- !i
.4 YEARS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NOTICE! At the refreshment table In the din- .
:: Save your child the embarass- Laurie Jo Hunter Ing of Kingsley Lake and Mrs.Jimmy
Ing room where pink and white col- Alvarez Starke. <
: .6 YEARS ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL school ment of with being head sent lice.home Parents from David GeorgeTo or scheme : used Mrs. Carl The refreshment table was covered .,
Riherd and Mrs.Jack Trawick served with a white lace cloth. At end
Wed one
check children's heads Aug. 30
2 YEARS SECONDARY PRINCIPAL :: each please day before your lending them to punch and Mrs. A Y*Covington and was a punch bowl and at the other end
Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. Hunter of Mrs.Paul Riherd of Lake Butler servo was a cake which was made In the
*: ;;;12 YEARS SUPERINTENDENT OF school.before Let's II top gets this started lice problem this Jacksonville announce the engage- ed cake. Centering the table was a same baby motif as the napkins and
ment and approaching marriage of pink and white arrangement of carna- plates.
SCHOOLS yearFrom! the Bradford County their daughter, Laurie Jo,to William tions and daisies. Assisting were Mrs. Lee Harden-
Health Department.) David George of Jacksonville son of Assisting In the dining room were brook, Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook and
During my term of office the lax rolllage has not been Increased. :: Chaplain and Mrs. William T.Georgeof Mrs. George Copeland,Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. Marolyn Bryan.

{\Ve have effectively operated the schools on the minimum millage Starke.
*" The marriage will take place on
;required by Florida Law. aRr..L RuT.1sa Saturday.August 30, at 3p.m. In the

HEc.rKo.R.IiAfl Jacksonville.All Wesconnett. Baptist Church of TIMBER FOR SALE? ,

I a I plodxo to continue the effective operation friends and relatives are Invitedto .

: of our schools.Let :: attend. CONTACTEMPIRE /

my experience continue to work for Put: ;your house on $J. a S.IMMQ.M.S"I FOREST
...- my; lowenergydiet ..

.. the best education of our children. .' :itti' 'oIJ'e' i
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RIBPORK BETTER City Area ManagerPO

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Lawtey Newsby ', .'.si! ::"
':>!';Ii.i; Elect :

CHURCH ACTIVITIES

Elisabeth Terry Mrs. Wilma Wainwright went deep by Elisabeth G.Walker Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ',
Church Each Monday 6:30: Tiny :51"Alm
phone 782-3300 sea fishing with Mr. and Mrs. Allen phone M4-WM3 LAWRENCEGRIFFIS
Tots rehearse. Monday 7:30 Senior
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Boon at Miss Mayport. In MemoryIn Choir rehearses. Tuesday of each
Col and Mrs. Wm Wilson visited *
Church of God: Sunday School 10 their sister, Mrs. Hal Hamilton and memory of our loving mother, week 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Each
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and) 7 their mother, Mrs. Mabel Boyette. Mrs. Margaret Albert McCloud. who Wednesday at 7:30 the Circles meet. -
p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE 7:30 They brought their mother home with passed away August 14, 1974. Gone McKay's Circle will meet In the homeof :;
p.m. on Wednesday. them from Jacksonville. but not forgotten. Your words of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. Blye's Circle :
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of counseling linger in our minds. will meet in the home of Blonda Eva
10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jacksonville were Sunday dinner The family Rlsby. Lee's Circle will meet In the County Commissioner. ,
home of Danels. Thursday ;
at Margaret
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
7:30: p.m. Concerned Citizens Meeting Story Hour at the church 7:30.: Fridaythe '
Arlie Dobbs. \ District 3
Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m. John Wilson went to band camp at The monthly meeting of the Concerned Deaconess Board) will be selling ..:\ \ ,
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: Camp Standing for S days Monday to Citizens will be held Monday dinners at noon from the church kit-, .... I .?2f.1. .J :
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Saturday. Aug. 25, at 7:30: in the cafeteria ;U chen. The Deaconesses will sponsor a f
7:30: p.m. Roena Ceballos daughter of Mr. RJE school. All members and In- program Friday 8 p.m. for the an- Young Independent Businessman st s t
First Baptist! Sunday School 9:45: and Mrs.Jimmy Ceballos of Jacksonville terested citizens are Invited niversary which will be held Sunday :
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Aug. 24. You are Invited. .
week with her grand-
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: p.m. parents, spent, Mr.a and Mrs. M.D. Crapse Family Reunion The Junior Church will be In chargeof Born And Raised In BradfordY
service the fourth for the *
Prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. The Lee and Prince family recently on Sunday
Grace United Methodist: Church Sr.Mr.. and Mrs. Benton Futch of attended their 9th annual Family day. 9:30 Sunday Schoo, Morning
School: a,m. Worship Services 11 Starke visited their aunt. Miss Reunion In Huntington N.V. Worship 11 a.m. Deaconess anniver- CountyAs :
a.m. and UMYF 8 p.m. Wednesday Elizabeth Terry on Sunday afternoon. Everyone enjoyed fun, games food, sary 3 p.m. Guest speaker will be \

Children's 8 p.m.Choir 7 p.m., Bible Cleanings chatting and Sunddy Worship service. Mrs. Maurice J. White. Following 3 your County Commissioner, I will work

The Day Group of the United Cont to po. 11A 1 1I
Methodist Women met at the home of for YOU ", the people of Bradford County; ;
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright on Tuesday -
morning at 10 o'clock. I will strive to close the "Communication Igap" |
Highland Baptist: Sunday School ELECX! I
9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. that exists between you and your
and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
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at 7:00: p.m. ODOP1
Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 RICHARD W. commissioners. _

a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and .'

7:30 7:30:p.m.p.m.Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat SCHOOL BOARD Your Man For The Job f

Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday DISTRICT 3
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Sept..9l l
a.m. and 7 pm. Prayer Meeting Vote Where It Counts On /
Wednesday Ross m. I WILL BE IN THE SCHOOLS ,
Morgan Baptist: Sunday Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated

School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid tar by Richard OdomECKEIUJ Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. for by Lawrence Ort''".. Camp Trans ".
a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union S p.m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30


p.m.Northslde 10 a.m. Worship Baptist Services: Sunday 11 a.m.School and t.ifJ:1o: Eckerd's has the finest names in

7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at f, WIP

7 p.m. S cosmetics...plus expert advice.Every .
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: SUn- }}1t)
day School 10 a.m. Worship Services r ; Eckerd's has a beauty expert Inside! She'll help you..Iectt"e perfect -
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and Prayer combination of cosmetics to bring out your bast. Plus fraorancaa
PERSONALSMr.Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. ... a name you can trusL and a complete line of beauty aids to keep you looking your prottiasL


and Mrs. Pete Jenkins and son
Justin of Jacksonville, visited their JONTUE
grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Anders on I 1' SPRAY COLOGNE
Monday afternoon. o.lignUult'eganc./ 309
We are happy to report that TYLENOL L 0L. bOlll.
Truman Norman returned home EXTRA-STRENGTH '-j Reg. 96 Limit I .

Tuesday from Riverside Hospital, TABLETS !, -
Jacksonville. Our prayers are with t r Iqm uiyus.c -4'
2"i"r L.-:=.t ::. :d\ ", '
", FABERGE
him.Miss Bo41.e 41f too :;o,:
Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- CIMAMICOLAZI .
thurine Blanchard visited her sister, NAIL POLISH 59P1. :z"m
Miss Enza Blanchard, and Mrs. 21 Trial anaaea eiia Cnoicool Limn 1
Thelma Wilson, in Baker Nursing ;. Rag. 7V
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Home at Macclenny on Tuesday JOHNSONAJOHNSON
a/
afternoon. FLOSS
Mr.and Mrs. John Morris and girls ., SILKIENCE AQUA-FRESH DENTAL. : .
Debbie and Jan, of Rockville Ind. ar- SHAMPOO
rived for a visit July 7 with their Soft Sofa.djus.7type., 9ge TOOTHPASTE REACH
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest. F TGatn ah.mpoo. L.mll1. 4fi-oz.tub Con.n.lu..d4I60''n, TOOTHBRUSH ,-
Mrrand Mrs. Morris and Mr. and trashtnara. Limit 1Grtiutwithdipt Choto.ol7typa..umd3,
FRITO LAY .' ,
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Mrs. Lamar Priest went south RUFFLES 11 CS ;
sightseeing for a few days. They left e
the girls with their grandparents until POTATO CHIPS RAVE SOFT 69
they returned. Their parents Mr. and Single It HAIRSPRAY 7ge
puck Regular flavor j da r .01 aerosol.
Mrs. Priest went home with them Ju- r
9Limn l 31y".a
ly 11 and spent a month until August Rug .O O OwM J 1 Limn 1
10 with them.

Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Thurs tt rrk, KORDITE ",;-", '. '" ,
TRASH BAGS "
day until Saturday with her sister "\ ;
Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Gainesville '=. FABERGE RENUZIT SOLID AIR with Heavy tla-upa duty pIMtlo BON ofIS. Kordlf, : .
Mrs. Wood Wester was their Friday .t: ORGANICS FRESHENER Wj .33-gallon--. t=: I ;
S CONDITIONER 7ge Rag 3 99 Limit 1 '!
dinner guest. On Mrs. Wester's way = 15-OI Wilhwnealgarm S-oz Adtualsblo.ChOlce fl'
home a woman ran a stop sign and hit oil::* honey 2 types of fragrances ra IS:' -'
her car on left front side and did a lot i Limit I / 0 ) 288
of damage to her car, besides break ,. :
ing Mrs. Wester's collar bone. She 3a I
was rushed to Alachua General 2-LITER SEA BREEZE
Hospital.Mr. V ANTla.PTlCLOT'ON' 139 IGLOO
COCA COLA
and Mrs. Henry Smith and their eite 1001 Cleanaaway PLAYMATE
foster children carried their niece, nwny hulrukrnny, ",,,,|,,buvtiruge bottle t-1 iruow I soap film Limit 1 1 COOLER
Martha Smith home on Saturday REAL KILL ; Molds la drink cant 'iJ

afternoon after she spent two weeks g --.-. .. ROACH Rag push. 1699 button lid.
with them. While there they visited l SPRAY
their brother and sister-in-law Mr. -.": SHOWER Kills most I

and Mrs. George Smith of Jackson- N L;iSHOWER INIk'r Body 100C S'OI 0910lip 99 m aerosol' .crl1388\
1.78 \
ville.Miss c"' Limit I Reg.
Elizabeth Terry had quite a ...:. ':.: I
pleasant experience on her way home JI
Saturday. When the bus stopped at
Starke Miss Mary Faulkner of Starke I $ j[ SCHICK PACKO'S RUBBERMAID f
got on, on her way to Follette, Tenn.to SUPERB ICECUBE T PEDESTAL
visit relatives and friends for a few GLAD .. CARTRIDGES 99ct HIBACHI .411
days. These ladies hadn't seen each SANDWICH r l. "............... I J Tw.n'bledUnav.ng TRAYS Cost iron conatrucllonmultiposition 1 i\.i
Limit Plaatic' contlructionaa
cartridges grid./
other for at least 20 years. Miss BAGS ,. 'o' .. -. .y out cubes itOti Bag 1709 1t
Faulkner taught the 4th grade at biindiMibtiue)Nuup thai, t" -c. Rag 1.17 pack r1 y nab '
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Lawtey then. She asked me to give ,uh.m.och, UfifcrnitissuleO Bak 'f '(). ,.t' I P "
her regards to her friends in Lawtey.Mr. Rug B9iMi Limn, 2 ; \ : SCOPE 'ioi88'.. 1288ifon
and Mrs. Phil Eunice, of Lake l' MOUTHWASH 39 2
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City visited their parents Mr. and / o. 24-oi PncaratlactaSO .
Mrs. Harold Eunice on Thursday OH label' Limn 1
night. @
Mr. Cecil Whitehead and his EVEREADY
OLM1500 .
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brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and ., HEAVY DUTY
Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited their RIGHT GUARD 69. "AA" BATTERIES Skirted REEL&ROD attain- .
cousins, Mrs. Hazel Smith and Mrs. DEODORANT. 1 Peck Of 4 Rag aoopacn ,lass steal spool 1 bearings.
Beulah Revels of Palalka Saturday spray: cLimitan .0.01 t IS 9 VOLT BATTERIES r M..Chngod. Rag 26 M .
afternoon. On their way home they I 1C: Pack ol 2 Reg 3 29 pack ,\
stopped by to see Mr. and Mrs. A.P. WISK I YOUR 1699 t
Mailman of Keystone Heights. LAUNDRY 139 CHOICE I
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of DETERGENT : BAUSCHaLOMB
yluuntlryduturguni
Gainesville were Sunday dinner 1.4.41. 11"00.' Iu.wyuidy, .r SALINE '
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. l':met: : "1 Hug 'i29 I SOLUTION 129
George Kelly. for ooh contact
Mr. and Mrs.. Ruffin Griffin visitedMr. 6 lan aa .-..* Limit 1
and Mrs. Lee McClellan and their 2 ii/ CERTROM 1-
mother Mrs. R.II. Futch on Tuesday CASSETTETAPES
Premium
afternoon. quality blank awk
PLAYTEX recording'tapa SO minute
John Tye 3rd was honored with a DEODORANT "".. Reg. I 88 pock
birthday cookout on his 6th birthdayon rJ9 I PACK .
TAMPONS -
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Saturday by his parents Mr. and al aX_... BOH or 38 Regular Super H OP /99<"<1
Mrs. John Tye. Jr. Those present P-\::{ or Super PluS. Limit 1 3
were: Mrs. Kathryn Milliard. Mr. and _
Mrs. Tommy Talley and children Mr.
and Mrs. Ronnie Milliard of Jackson- PALMOLIVE GOLD BOTTLE OF 8O
ville and their grandmoter. Mrs.John BATH SOAP STRESSTABSt'11'iit5"

Tye. Sr. | "lnotiui.inituilh .J_ __ 600' GALAXY3SPEED KEYSTONE TELEPHOTO POCKET ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Redding of **'INK Limit: ,Citnipitro"t I 11x'11 ..... r mull potancy tlrata'lr.OSCILLATING 0: EVERFLASH CAMERA XR303
save
Raiford visited
Mr. and Mrs. Les Mc-
Clellan on Thursday afternoon. I I iron==. i ebtabe' "' -IN.FAN Faaiuraatruaiaiapnoto, (ana .
0 : i A buiiMn ( Wrmalash' :,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker of Sanford 4 1 or l' YOUR lormulaa'l"'I'CHOICE blade Wh.p.qu.molo.oal..ced Grillramovawforciaamng.' :, Compatible w<'m 400 ASA i
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FOR Qum film' for xiandad rang ..
spent the weekend with their brother No 2130 Rag 3289. ancit Reg :3409 Y
and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. ton- I IJJ :

nie Teston and Mrs. Earl Teston and t. 2788 29991'

daughter Nancy. 399 .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell went to /
Silver Springs on Sunday and met
their son-in-law and daughter. Mr.

and Hilary Mrs.and Craig Tommy Carrol of and Boca children Raton. s -. ./ We fill Medicaid preScri ions. ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER

They came home with them and will :,4. e .. TWIC I THI pejiNTf Qei an eke sal ol print wim every roll ol cior or.mack and miw,
... .,.. print dim developed' ana printa*.
spend a week.Deepest ,- .;;: 1. We also honor most Insurance I TOOAV AND EVERYDAY
sympathy of the communi. ...... ., TW ICs THE FILM Get two rolls o*punt Mm' lor the price: ol lima Kooacolor or bunk.
Is extended Mr. II' ... __' wn.unWOu'hlmp'oc..da.EaM..d...
ty to and Mrs. Barry '" ,_ ,. prescription drug programs. ."'- TODAY AND EVERYDAY"
Watt and other relatives in the death \: r L ... OUAftANTf Buy only ma prints"you want''! No haatia avail H,the goot waa in tnapiclura
of their father Mr. H. V. Beckley. W.Va.





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Ice the youth 'department Ing Worship 11 a.m.'EveWiirshlIf'p!;" "''United: Methodist' Churches wlilo a m.: Morning Worship 11 a.m. TheI I

will sponsor a fun, game and refresh- 7:30.: Monday of each week Prayer worhip with Sunday School services Fellowship) of Churches at First Born
|nent time. Everyone Is cordially In- Band Meeting p.m. Wednesday Tarrying only. Church of the Living God,at 3 p.m. Dolores Meng Raiford visited their former
I Ited. Service 7 p.m. Friday regular Victory ''Temple Church of Cod:: Evening Worship 5pm. Phone 40.1915BGOkmoblle classmate, Becky Young on Friday.
Free Canaan True Church of God In, church service You are invited to worship with us Church tlf God of Prophecy Sunday Brenda Bawek spent the past two
Unity: Sunday,School 10 a.m. Morn- Ml. Morlab and Pleasant Grove each Saturday at noon. Directions:' School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 weeks with her grandmother, Mrs.
.' turn east on 223. cross'railroad a.m. Evening Worship 8 p.m. The Bradford County Bookmobile Otis Hellenblne in Orlando.
----LL tracks talc. second dirt road on left Greater Allen Chapel AME Church awaits patrons every Tuesday from

and go two blocks. Robert Austen.Jr.. Sunday Schooll0 a.m. Morning Worship 12:30 until 2:30: p.m. In the Post Office Wedding
,pastor. John Burch, assistant pastor. 11 a.m.All members are asked to parking lot Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Adkins attended
f Mt. Zion AME-Church: Women' cooperate with all activities of the the wedding of Bill Templin and

.4 AT LAST! M Day will be observed Sunday. Sunday church Plans are In the making for Senior Citizens Doris Lamb at the First Baptist
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 | Steward and Stewardess Day. For those who are anxious-the .Church In Starke on Monday. They
a.m. with Evangelist Antioch also attended the wedding receptionheld
e Gwendolyn Missionary Baptist Hampton Senior Citizens Club will
> A Return To A Bivens delivering the message. There Church: Thursday 7 Prayer meet again on Friday, Sept. 5, In the at the bride's home.Hampton .
will bele&'Vlce3pm.The speaker will. Meeting. Sunday School 9:45.: Morn- City Hall at 2 pm.
be Ms. Bell from St. Augustine. Ing Worship 11 a m. Choir Union 3 Lake
FULL SERVICE, r Mew Bethel Baptist Church! Prayer p.m. In Melrose. Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Jinx Dunn and
Meeting each Wednesday at 7 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church: Thursday.School Everyone wishes a Happy Birthday daughters spent from Saturday to
Saturday, Aug. 23.2 p.m. the pastor, night Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Sunday today,Aug.21,to"Aunt Belle"Brown Wednesday at their lake property.
Service Station I deacons and trustees will hold their 10 a.m. Preaching service Is who seems much too young to really They were Joined there by Jinx
Ollrtrd000110to monthly meeting.Sat.No.2 choir will held each first and third Sunday at 5 be 911 father and his brother and daughter.
vs rehearse at 5 p m. Sunday School 10 p.m. David Meng celebrated his 27th bir- Their friends here are always glad to
visit with them again.
.I thday on Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng of St.
"
Kenny Clark and Melody Green
Mr.and Mrs. Paul
L1LU On'Sepl. 9th Pleas. Vote For ;both celebrated birthdays Aug. 16 Meng antifamily on Monday. Their

or Visitors children Dana and Michael, stayedon

Hwy 16 & 301 984-7,153 Edward Veltman and family of Meng for of several Jacksonville days visit also here.visited Angela her
JOEWilliAMS
Centralla, 111. were accompanied by
grandparents over the weekend.
11 [ their friend,Charlie Phee,on a recent Mr. and Mrs: Francis
der The,New Ownership Of visit to Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan, Ed Meng were
treated to dinner at Gary's Steak
Terry Willey Offers: visited ward's Mrs.grandmother.Evelyn Powell.They When also House in Gainesville on Sunday by
their daughters Rita Meng and Mr
they traveled to Disney World they and Mrs. Russell Gilbert and Karen
> Tune-up3
0 CITY COMMISSIONER were accompanied by their cousin, of Gainesville.
e General Maintenance Mrs. Susan Faulkner. They also en-

e Minor Body Work & Repaii GROUPS joyed before Wild Waters home.and Silver. Springs Coupon Club

Tire Repair I Believe In going Mrs. Carolyn Slater and Mrs. Edith
e ; : : Mrs. Barbara Crawford and son,
((1)) The ot Chris of Raiford visited their formerneighbors Smith organized a very successful
Integrity government ,
meeting of the Hampton Coupon and
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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
((2)) Citizen participation with leadersIn Refund Club on Saturday at the
[We Will Wash Your Windshield making government work.Pd. Adkins on Friday. Hampton City Hall Women from
C Regina Canavo and Dawn Anfuso of
And Check Your Oil While Lawtey and Starke also attended this
4
= We Pump Your Gasoline. Pol.Adv.by Joe Willlami were meeting.exchanged Coupons and and refund information forms

given! on wise! and ecnolcalmethods !
of using coupons In shopp
ing. A prize was also awarded.
Make Eckerd's your first stopektoSehcio Meetings are planned to take place

monthly or as desired by shoppers.
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Missed At School
SCHOOL, BUS Mrs. Carole Stevenson, whose
O O father-in-law died recently, is taking

O a business leave of absence. She will
be missed by everyone at school and
we hope all goes well with their fami

ECKERO lyRoger Rich recently had surgery

LEAD PENCILS and all will miss him. Besides serving
PACK 0F200PACKS as Teacher's Aide for many years
CALCULATOR SPECIALS 3/O0Y'o'o, ,
:, FILLER Mr. Rich was always available to help
;, nap 'OIL cheerfully wherever possible
PAPER Everyone hopes he will soon feel well
S'.10'4"ruled/ a punched enough to visit his friends at school.
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129----1-" j Reg' jau0 New Miss Teachers Cindy Lawrence, who formerly -

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sa.ei, laslli., lived in North Carolina and
ro 0 s .a.1 : Jacksonville, received her Masters
ma cocoa o Degree from the University of
Florida In Gainesville. She -
a taught
a a D CRAYOLA CRAYONS / previously at Southside In Starke and
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a / 0116colorer 75' ... I Ir M lives In Gainesville where she has
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low O a also taught at St. Michael's Nursery
bolaSCHOOL School there. Mrs. Lawrence, who Is
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tar n '" t." Kindergarten'teacherenjoys sewing,

4.LOYD9 -, i LUNCH .""M gardening-. 'aerobic.. .daneingj aa-.
LIQUID PAPER '
SHARP LCD" CHIDITCAROCALCULATOR TEXAS INSTRUMENTS) ,. -- hobbies.
MEMORY LEDSLIOCHULC & iluW. or.i KITS The second grade teacher, Mrs.
129u"uCALCULATOR Popubroh.r.asi.a
Add.aublrecta. multi CALCULATOR or; an. ih.ms Includes baffle Vicki Beat grew up in Evansville
Pocket site,performs oil basic, dlvldM Liquid crystal readout. Porformo basic, functions plus Ind. She graduated from Evansville
l funotione H..%key A memory Includeeceae. No. E821 _...roote a trig function
keys. No. ELJOS Reg 9.99. Beg 12.M\ No.30 Reg. 17 89 6 6 lot State University and moved with her
3 husband. Billy Joe to Starke about
PAPER MATE 98BALLPOINT
799 999. 1499WOOD.TONE PEN u, 4.7"9 ten years ago. They now live at
Kingsley Lake. Among Mrs. Deal's
2/ 0 RM/IM1uN./ hobbies are snow skiing and painting..
FPR Flog.Or ea. Including landscape, seascape and

r rub out painting Mrs. Beal taught at .
Southside and in the County School

SHARPor BLUNT Office on Project PASS.
3-SHELF /DUO-TANQ Mrs. Millie Galleons who will be
BOOKCASE SCISSORS 4'h".SteaL 1 teaching 7th graders. lives In
3ihil'' 'woodgraln' vinyl, Reg. PORTFOLIOS Gainesville with her husband Pete
(min.it* 27'4" It 470 76'a WITH POCKETS ,
I lit.*"x 29W'. and sons,Greg and Michael. Her principal
fv Feature ally faa nereA
\ No,,3026 Refl 29 99 packets. For reports arecords. hobby is rollerskate dancing.
, 1., .Reg. 39 et She takes figure skating in Jackson

2288 ELMER'S GLUE ALL ville and gained second place In the ..
1 V.-Ox Dries Y. 3 5/ 0 Second Southern Regional profes-

2/x,90 etiL. FOR sional figure dancing competition .j
STORAGE PJ" Rey held In Orlando last summer. Mrs.
y._ Galanos also enjoys Polynesian dancing -.

CHESTSI.gaw' 3 PIECE SOFTSIDE 9 and enjoyed a recent trip. to ',

cardboard Choice of LUGGAGE PURSE 'z... Hawaii. .
2 types 79 MIRROR ,,-,'
YOUR C.1c2 Leather loon In peoan or blue
heavy duty IAp_.comfort handle Neceteary pure*' Hamilton| Flenientary.1iI:
O eceeworv AeiortedTORAOtl First(;.rude OIHMI House
jig OR TZ"-rn-r. 1..f..9 8' OO1ore' fIog,811' &J 70-SHEET Mrs. Jean Clark first grade

Pan BCD CHIST "og 11.99 WIREBOUND teacher, is hosting an Open House session -
on Sunday from 3 til 4:10 p.m. for
p 22"OVIrRNIQHT ..... .1388 ZIPPER POUCH, NOTEBOOK her students and their parents at the
CI.orpIO. Groat
Rog.ell8' tuoonta
for school.
PILLOWS 19' F"e'Inlo' binder
21" 27''.polyeeter' Rlil 211' Rog. 7MN This is intended alf a get acquaintedtime
'.. billed Assorted pattern 24"PULLMAN. .....r..'1888 -- when children can find their own'
ticking Reg 389Limit2' Rog,27.118" 21 desks and become familiar with the
SLAVMAKER Pon bu< 1d5 interesting things in their classroom.
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299 COMBINATION It Is hoped that both mothers anti
FOAM SEAT LOCK'CUSHION fathers will come with their first
Ideelforbikeel. graders for this informal friendly get
.
DOME ,, Foam bucket,eeet covered 99 F Reg school 209 ken together if only for a few minutes during ,
with aotl knit wire'
DESK LAMP X I conatruotlon Assorted a the time Mrs. Clark has Invited!
Plastic desk oo'M'' them.
lamp i9u8
.488 NO ,23000Reg 009 4 VINYL COATED DIC Planning/ ..,s

'CLOTHESHANGERS SUPERSAVER Teachers and school personnelwere
\ PENS > busy from Aug 18 thru II:
117690.. dry Medium BI..ln.point..disposable ------- preparing for the First Day of Schoolon

Reg-SW., 1.1Up.." Monday. Aug 25, at 8:10:: a m.
,VIP PRO 1200 WATT = Students will find the building inside
TRAVEL HAIR DRYER Oa / and out neat and clean with Interesting -

WITH S'aCIAL.RSCATIOPPIR. *, BATTERY OPERATED 1 0 88.. bulletin boards and
2apeeda/heats.. Hendlefolda'- y PENCIL SHARPENER -'l"- ,classrooms looking very appealing
.for eeay storage and.......1 Automatic action. I Bus schedules are the same as last
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No VPMlTReg. U 9PRICS Z _
.'. ) 799 Choice of 2 colors year.
\ .*L< flog. 9 O
g
...1....... 11TLail
MFOl1.'a School Staff
.. ft. Connie Clark
PIHALCOSTAAIRA. Principal presentedthe
.. T. .r. SUNBEAM ELECTRIC t' ,_ ". following co-workers at the schoolon
Monday: Teachers according to
ALARM CLOCK SCOTCH
grades Kindergarten MINS Cindy
Y
CONAIR' 99numMayw:p ddn d al TAPE Lawrence: 1st. Mrs. Jean Clark: 2nd: .
CURLING BRUSH MEN'S&LADIES'. hand. Ho. 160.11 .a : ..W'x4W4ha( 104Aor) Mrs. Vicki Beal: 3rd. Mn -Arlene
Rog. 399 ..
*' >SDO (NO )rO
I .4th Mrs. McLean
WITH aRaaATaOFF.R 'e uC:1 Rich; / Mindy ; 5th.
Feeturea. stop-COW briatlea., TIMEX WATCHES'a topa Reg. ,Miss Claudette Peterson; 6th Mrs;.
.
on/off ewilcn:swivel BCIORegSALS cord.a 1009 ou*auay>', watoM*wim/ fxMo*ofmovmflt BETH THOMAS i Ernestine Denmark;; 7th. Mrs. Millie
faost erne A .rylw TRAVATOUR ALARM '.2'-7' 9.C'1 jGalanos.; Title I, Mrs Earsclcne Zimmerman -
, PHICS \.8" :1' OFF leeltterone.rMdydol.NO ? ; Special, Education. Mrs. ,"
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, M.LEs.Mwlrs., "....T.. .....2" ,. 25% '48Rpa. ...- .. .T .Debbie) Bigham; Physical Education
SISAL coif. RE PMCa G.- 4 99 Mn.: Kathi Ledbetter, The Primary 1

t ARa111ssATaY.I..y''' ,.Jo Education Program teachers are t
j Mrs, Ledbettcr and Mn..Ann Lloyd. 111
.: .. I Mu rv, Kathryn Wlgglesworth Is 1


'" mG1 Jffili wID 0(J :DaJWiJ SILEJPRICES TPRUSIT.IUG.23; ] GOOD (" : ;- secretary Librarian Margaret, and Teacher's Wadsworth Mn Lucy Aides, Mrs.HodgeS are'JoAnn'Mrs IS, ,1:

r. 'Oo ... Horne and Mrs. Dolores Meng. Mrs.
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/lT1fil((2" GWC. ; GQCJ17f' J. ''OPENWUKDAYSU.M.tIItP.M. f Blonnle Derkman Is cafeteria
J ZWL.J: .: V SUNDAYS 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. '. manager and will be assisted by Mrs. I
SHOP EARLY SOME SALE Vfk.831S. .. Ruth Paladinoy and Mrs. Tina ,

Walnut St.. Starke 'Fla: ITEMS ,LIMITED. \.J Woodham. Mr. Sidney Dell Is school ;,)

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own.., doing .....In..* NOTICE .
NOTICE OP of IB I DATED 9 1980 I News U UKen
01 COMMUNITY RECYCLING A* August 1980 am August 4-H
INTENTIONTO .
employed by or ") GILBERT S. BROWN
CENTER 511 I .. Andrew no longer .. __
REGISTER St. Stork.. affiliated with Pine' Forest The name and address of .' ,othe town la be IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF CLERK OF' THE COURT BY
FICTITIOUS Florida 32091 Intends to Apartment, Stark, Flo. the Personal Representative hereunto affixed this the THE EIGHTH, JUDICIAL Social Moody, Deputy, Howard and'' Mark NAME register told fictitious Thomas C. Smith. and -of th.*. Par- 7th day of Auguit. I98O CIRCUIT IN, AND FOR CI...... Bradford County 4-H'ers. .

Pursuant to Sectlor nom. under th* provl- e/21 Itpd, tonal Representative' uJ1.D.: BRADFORD T- COUNTY, ./142tchg'21.NOTICE e' the Florida .-H Watt and Wheel*? .
lent of aforsald attorney are set. fortr .. FLORIDA. 1 Energy Camp. "
Florida Statute,
865.09. ilolul. below. N iV.rnon. Sllcox, MayoriCommltslonor The program Included: these and ,
notice It hereby
giventhat Ulh, of All Interested CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. \>
th. undersigned. Dated this day persona .. other interesting subject: Nuclear:
BRADFORD BATTERIES August, A.D. 1980 In are required to file with 80248. OFINTENTION Energy, Building and Furnishing) an
NOTICE OFINTENTIONS the WITHIN THREE ATTEST Merrill Edwards
Bradford County., 8/14 court : Homes Alternate
INC. P.O. Box 177 Energy Efficient ,
4tpd 94.3tain TO MONTHS FROM TH8 City, Clerk. Ranald .. Newman TO REGISTER and ,
Stork. Florida 3201 BIDS and Jan Energy Source, Energy g';::>
TAKE DATE OF THE FIRST 8/14 4tchg 9/4. Sr.. Mary FICTITIOUS
Electrical) Safety -
YOU ARE HEREBY PUBLICATION OF THIS Newman Hit Wit, NAME Ecology rt.fi:
NOTIFIED that the City, ol NOTICE: ((1)) All claim Plaintiff, v* Samuel Safety and Operation, SmaU Engines 'm'
Hampton. Florida will accept against/ the estate and NOTICE OFINTENTION Adro Brown and Dorothy Pursuant to Section Operation and Emergency-X-*
Mated bids for the collection ((2)) any objection by an A. Brown HI. Wife and .869.09. Florida Statutes? Maintenance : ??
11 E.: (Slayer{ of garbage and Interested parson to TO REGISTER First. Federal' Saving ft notlc Is hereby given The camp was partially sponsored' t='::
'** trash. The Contract awardedwill whom notice woo mailed FICTITIOUS loan Association of that the undersigned by the Florida Electric Cooperative-;. ',
.... Real 1 Islet Broker be for the term Oct. 1, that challenge the NAME ,Stark. Defendants. CHARLES A. STALVEY Association and the Florida Farm
190 W. Call St.Slerke I 1980 through September 30. validity, of the will the NOTICE OF Rt. I. Box 329. lawtey Bureau Insurance Company. Locally:
1E, 1981, The contract will provide qualification* of the pen Pursuant to Section SALE Florida 32098. owner, Clay Electric Cooperative supported
the following conditions tonal representative, 869.09, Florida Statute, NOTICE It given that doing business' under the the program according to Lowell Par-'
r s 9645527DUPLEX : venue ar (jurisdiction of notice I I. hereby given pursuant to a Final Judge" firm name ol COM rish, Bradford County 4-H Agent.
1. Garbage must be picked the court. that the undersigned, mnt dated August 4, MISSARY FOOD STORE. 4-H membership la open to all
up one per week on the ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS E.L. AND FAYE C. HORN- 1980. In COM No. 80-248 SR 225 8 US 301, lawtey withouttWard to race color sex or .
day set by the Sanitation NOT SO FILED SBY S.R. Box 388. of the Circuit Court of the Florida 32058. Intend to national origin. For further Information
"'/WW/13' '.000 I Committee and the successful WILL BE FOREVER BARRED Waldo Florida 32691.owners Eighth Judicial Circuit In register old "fictitious contact Lowell Parrish, 964-6280.

.2 BR. 1 So, L.. Kit.,on each side, brick, landscaped yard, bidder. In case of doing business' and for Bradford County, name under the provision
rain the garbage will be Data of the first under th* firm name of Florida. In which of aforasoldtalut
picked up on the next workIng publication of this Notice VOGUE CUSTOMS RONALD C. NEWMAN .. *.
NEW LISTINGS day. Administration: PLANS INTERIORS S.R. SR. and MARY JEAN Dated this 24th day of -LEGAL NOTICESealed
.S stares, downtown Starke. .rented '*'.000. 29% down 2. Only garbage In plasticbags August 14, 1980.1.Wllllom Box 388 Waldo Florida NEWMAN HI* Wife. ar* July. A.D. 1980 In Bradford .
own fin..llock will be picked up. 'All G. Wood. 32694, Intend to the Plaintiffs and County. 7/31 4tpd Bids will be received In the'of.flce -

building on 301 North. Great business' location. containers must be set In 274 Kercheval Grosse, register said fictitious SAMUEL ADRO BROWN B/21. of the Clerk Union Correctional '
.1 BR, 1 So, Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial. the driveway or some other Pt. Farms Michigan name under th* provisions and DOROTHY A. Property -
convenient place near the 48236 personal. of aforesaid BROWN HI* Wlf and Institution P.O. Box :221 ,'

roadway. Representative. tatute. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and;not.
Florida
Raiford. 32083- to
Doled this 14th day of up
Special 3. Trash (limbs, old tlr.o. PAUL D. NEWELL BY: ft LOAN- ASSOCIATIONOF EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR '
leaves, etc) will be pickedup /s/Paul D. Newell August AD. 1980 In STARKE. ore the CUIT OF FLORIDA IN later than 1:00: p.m. September 10.
Beautiful lot CLub. First time Bradford 8144tpd
at
Country County.
corner on ,
once a week as arranged P.O. Box 654 Keystone Defendant, I will Mil to
AND FOR BRADFORD
AS LISTED
9/4. 1980 for Sale of Vehicles. :
market by the successful bidder and Height, Florida 326S6 the highest and best bidder COUNTY. .
2 Trailer Parks. the Sanitation Committee.All Attorney for PersonalRepresentative for cash at the Front STATE VEHICLE SEALED BID SALE
.I trailer pork 11 Irall.... Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. limb cut to a maximumof door of the Bradford Civil Action Case No.
.1 I trailer pork 11 trailers 2 BR from. house, barn opprox. four feet In length all 904/473-428. 8/14, County, Courthouse In 80175. SEPTEMBER 10, 1980

22 acres, fenced pastureland. LARGE down pay trash must be placed by the 2tchg 8/21. Bradford County Stark, In re: The 'Marriage of 4 15-Pass Vans
mont. Owner will finance balance. side of the rood. Florida at II:OOa m. on JEFFERY EMANUEL LEE.
4. If the |lob Is not don IN THE CIRCUIT COURT September 3, 1980 the Husband v. CATHERINE 1 12-Pass Vans'
W.Handle Rentals satisfactorily the Sanitation EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR following described real GUION LEE. a/k/a. 2 Panel Vans

oZ BR unfurn. house, $130 .1! BR furn. SI 10 Commlttao will warn the NOTICE CUIT OF FLORIDA IN property: KATHERINE GUION LEE. '
: apartment. ; successful bidder In writing.If I I. Vernon Sllcox, Mayor- 1 Step Van ,
.1 I BR unfurn. SI50, *2 BR unfurn. $250. *2 BR AND FOR BRADFORD Wlf.
apt. apt. : unfurnished corrected promptly Commissioner' of the city, ,
not COUNTY. Beginning at NW corner NOTICEOF 1 Tk Van '.
.
house 0 1 unfurnished 3 BR LAKE
apartment.: the contract will be considered of Starke. Florida by virtue of NW Vt of SW % of Section SUIT
HOUSE: Furnished F.b. MoV'COMMEIICIAL breached and the of the Authority Civil Action Case No. 21. Township 6 NO PROPERTY 2 Sedans

PROPERTY next bidder In line will b. vested to mo by law do 8O-31O. South Rang 22 East TO: JEFFERY EMANUEL 3 SfationVvagons
I warehouse US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great call First -
on notified. hereby a and South 89
'In re: The Marriage of running '
location. 5. The City reserved the Primary, Election to beheld JAMES FRANKLIN DIX- degree and 45 minutes LEE.YOU ARE HEREBY 4 2-Ton Trucks, :,,1''.set i ;i;
1 Tackl. and Bait business., Large Inventory.One right to reject any and all at the City, Hall In ON Petitioner/Mm- East along North line ol/ NOTIFIED that an action 1 % Ton PU. .VV? "
city, block In downtown Stark, just waiting for the bids. the forasold City, by band Plaintiff v* sold quacr section 42O for Dissolution of mar- *
right business., Great opportunity for downtown mall. Bid must be turned Into qualified voter on Tu*.- FRANCES BERNICE DIX. feet thenc South 1330 rlag has been flied 1 Truck Frame .c

I large warehouse, opprox. 6.000 sq. ft. Needs roof and the City Clerk by 7:30 p.m. day September 9. 1980. ON Reipondent/Wlfe, feet to-South line of NW against you JEFFERY 1 Van Frame .1'
repairs. Has floor and standing walls. Sept 1O 1980.) All bids must A.D., for the purpose of 'V of SW 'A of Section 21, EMANUEl LEE 'and :.
INVESTORS DREAM be sealed and will be opened electing' )the following. of. Defendant.NOTICE thence Welt 209 feet to required to serve youare a 1 Truck/Car'' !

Income Property, Will Pay For Itself at the regular City Council flc...: OF SUIT Each side, of State Road copy of your written .

.I small apartment complex. Handyman's special! 4 rental Meeting, September 10. NO PROPERTYTO #43, thence NW along defense, If any to It, on t.
units, possibly S. 1980. COMMISSIONER GROUP : France Bernice Dixon East side of said Slat the plaintiffs attorney May be inspected at Union Correc-
.I small from. house. Iris Virginia Hart P.O. 1 ONE. COMMISSIONER Address Unknown. Road _48. 463 lt to whose name and od- tional Institution Motor Pool P.O. Box
el 1 'large from. hou.. Needs repairs. Residents, or 4 Box 2SO Hampton Flo. For Two Year YOU ARE HEREBY West line of sold Section dress I I. DUDLEY P. HAR
apartments ((4 BR, 4 BA). 32044. NOTIFIED that an action 21, thence North on sold DY. E.q..PIERCE ft HAR- 221 Raiford. Fl. 32081.. For' Information -

.1 1 2 BR from. house Apartment on side. Zoned com 8/21 2tchg 8/28. 3 COMMISSIONER- ONE COMMISSIONER GROUP for Dissolution of mar West line of said section DY. P.O. Drawer 1030 call 904-43L1212 ext. 218. ,
m.rclal. rlag hasfiled line 915 feet to point of Stark, Florida 32091
Picas call to list For Two Year against you and you are beginning sold land ly. and file the original with
us your property, '
required to serve a Ing and being In NW / the clerk
copy of the above We the
IN THE CIRCUIT COMMISSIONER GROUPS of your written defenses, of SW '/ of Section 2''. styled' court reserve right. to reject any
on or
John ..Clover COURT EIGHTH ONE COMMISSIONER If any to It. on the plaln- Township 6 South Rang. belor. September S. and/or all bids.
.... Real Estate BrokerLu JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT. IN For Two Year tlll's attorney whos 22 East In County, of 1980 otherwise a judge 8/21 ,
AND FOR BRADFORD name and address I I. Bradford and Slat of mart b. entered Itchg,
Green Sanders Associate COUNTY FLORIDA INSPECTORS FOR SAID GEORGE H. PIERCE, P.O. Florida. against may you for the relief

PROBATE DIVISION File ELECTION: Drawer 1030 Starke, demanded In the com
NO. 8O-32,.. Florida 32091 on\\ or as set forth In the order plaint or petition.WITNESS .
In re: ESTATE OF Annie P. Hollon Haven before Sptmbr' 8, of Final Judgment.Date my hand and _.
Roberts JANET V. LAMM Swink Marl Reddish 1980 otherwise a ludgom.nt of the lint the teal of this Court on '
Deceased. Ella Mae Choslaln Irma publication of this Notice 1
Qrnu may 'be entered August 1. 1980. .
'
NOTICE OF'ADMINISTRATIQN Buford Clara Colson. against you for the relief of Sale I Is August 11, 1980 Gilbert S. Brown. As rwiIJtOarfIC
Est Foyo Blolock. Peggy demanded In th* com In the Bradford County, Clerk of the Court ,
.
"Trrrrr2l tte By:
i.Jleal ? ,&. .*, .w .mfl ".J'' .Sholl_ Barbara Valln- plaint or petition.. Telegraph. -' ' Beuloh M. Moody as I ,. tJI
< Verle R. Best.
The administration of ski WITNESS my hand and Deputy, Clerk.
986 N. the estate of JANET V. the seal of this Court on 8/7 4tchg 8/28. I 5. REALTY
Temple ALTERNATE .
964-7828 LAMM deceased File : July 29 1980. I .

Number 8O-S2-CP. Is Gilbert S. Brown A*
GEORGE ROBERTS Broker pending in the Circuit Marba Whittle, Tfialma Clerk.of the Court. By: CICILlA'" PHONE 964.7776
Court for Bradford County. RhodenIn Beuloh M. Moody a* /
Florida Probate Division Deputy Clerk. TERWilliGAR 205.N. Temple Starke
ASSOCIATES: the address of Testimony whereof 8/7 4tchg 8/28. ,.,. :
Weekends end Call
Evenings which Is P.O. Drawer B, I hereunto subscribe ray FLORIWlIRWri Wayne'. Douglas a 8rolirSalsmanRf
Richard Roberts. 94-SS9S Judith Flynn.9611314Ann Starke. Florida 32091. name and cause the Seal
Godwin '*'.515' Patsy Sllcox .'....657'
> MEO)PROPERTIESRefined
Norman Heddlng.'*''.7620 Lareen Canon'*'.'704 PI
Kay Water-'...."..1 John R.Smith. '*..6Z17 Phone "...7700
393 N. Temple Av.nu. simplicity 1040 Plnebreeie Dr.-Ke.OOO-lr. fin.I
HOMES STARKE Unique cathedral celling In 1* a D*, Quality, property.

Small home, rental Investment low price-Cherry St. GOOD INVESTMENT PRO- 1 1 Wf.f.t(1J.( '( JVPEIITV. Suburban-new. attractive homo' on 'AA, Wilson Rd.
Frame ham, 3BRIS, clean ft neat-Pratt St.Preme across from Walda ('w; -'-
home, good location 2BR,2B-Park Place Flea Mar".'. 3SR2S. you select, carpet-S4I.OOO. Hurry..

.large frame horn. Ig. yard. S Flreploc-S.' Water St. C REAL ESTATE ) 2." Ac.-'S.OOO with ".7' Acre lid. 230A: t Wilson Id. SI I.700.

Stone fireplace 3BR. 28. I*. DR. FR-Pratt St. t.rm. rick residence on'. V, A-S3S.OOO or a'.'. A-S4S.OOO--
0" BR, 38, 'large, screened rec. room-Searing St. '.65 Ac.-.OOO with 25% down. .

OUT OF-TOWN HOMES t.m. REFLECTIONS ON LIVINO..
Crystal lake Hom..It -31RI%.. CHtA. trees on IA.fireplace .
nice 4A '.61 Ac.-.OOO with You .hldn' miss seeing
Frame.. 4 III.". workshop over -Hampton.Beautiful. double
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4 BR.2B. brick apx. 10A-W. of Lawl.,. t.rm. this exciting allnewmodal. paneling garoge-MS.OOO.

Double garage. 2BR,1V,8. C Black apx. 3A. SR UW.Brick. Sleek-lln.d can- Sampson lake-Srlck. home 38R2S.. CHtA, owner

3 BR. 28 garage, apx. I'I.A.-SIt 1001. BUYIRG SfJJ/MG NfMAM6 2 BR Wood 'rom.. flnonct.mpa.orv I bedroom 2ing flnanclng.S4S.000. i

.3 BR. 2.. C. Black apx. IA-Wllson Rd. alph Bryan Real Estate avallobl.000. bath horne built of testing Life style for a discriminating few an take Gen.ve-300' ofbeach4 ,,1
.Frame. S BR, IB. outbldg..apx.. 4'/. A.-Stern Rd. TOUR blck. This new modslS residence-1.7SA. '
New Cypress home ZIII.". lOA.-Otf Bayless Hwy. 310 W. Call S". m SEE REALTORIcIL BR.Hama. with adlolning features 1121 S.'. of living complete I

e2B. ... IR. FR. kitchen-dining.Crystal Lak. A. (Cor. US 301 Call St.) L.J3 .nlol property to make area and comas equipped Miniature Ponderosa-IS'A acres-unique brick home, paved -.
.Brick, A.G. Pool 4 BR. I'/"*. Apx. '/.A-SRI6E. payment an 0 7% mt. with central hoot l air' driveway-oil ..' ..-Call us for Info.

Pool, FP, 3BR 2.. 'rlck-Co..ntrv Club area 9648788. ANYTIME solar hot water hoot.r. 3A CB homo off .... 14-144.300 with mtg $28.000 '%
large, appro. 5A.. 3BR 2B S.R. 1001. 4 III.woad frame-511.000. brick fireplace. carpet a Interest-mo pay S249.t2 .Z
01 II. IB, IR. OR apx. I acre lot-S.R. IOOE. MONDAY-FRIDAY, SATURDAY 9-12 Much room.ond In good vinyl floor covering. equip. :
p.m. 20 fid. IOOW I27.VM. Owner financed..
candltl.n. p.d kitchen with luminous acre on ,
Brick home, appro. 32 acres S.R. 121. Evenings and Sundays by appointment
ACREAGE C.lllni. cathedral telling In 40 Acres Hampton 140.000 8% Interest. Owner financed
: IS acres within cltv-Id.al the living .oom. A .
BUSINESS amd COMMERCIAL s
/. Farsyth Rd.
acres an
uo a show
'for d.v.loplng-Glv. pleasure t. etcoll. .3
Ideal location
4 acr.s-OH SR233. FLORIST In Inventory equipmentand
o't. acre Mobile Home let Woodland Acres. van . . . . . . . . .S24.00O ...,.300. .3 8* 3 B Edwards Rd. Has everything $61,900. ;

Beautiful 10 acres-Country Club .r... CORNER LOT. ...32f..t on US 301 . .17.000 terms. .... call Philip Clark *S BR 28 14 Acres Brownloe Rd. Cattle counlry.MSOQ
9645231'.WHY Evenings 28 Ranch CHSA I2A for
Nice lot Country Club.BUSINESS HOMES J 8 garden.Rd.2IS.S41.SOO. .:
NEAR. COUNTRY CLUB- Brick' Veneer SR. 2 Bo, Pom.m. V.rnie P. Odom. .'rok.r Realtor 1308 Pratt 3 BR 2 B CHtA. ... dbl. '*'. $....000. :,
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AND INVESTMENTS with flreploce, CHftA-Doubl garage.$55,000 ADMIRE OTHER 081 Phon. ..76.. 6..5231 I2S yr.old homoMM( .... H.). Hampton 13 Ac.I3I.5001
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f.000 sq. ft. building w/appro. f acrei-U.S.301. Pearl And..w. ,. .7739 Eastwood Drive 3 BR :2 B t
COUNTRY LIVING" Block/SrIck trim- 3 ar 4 BR. \V ... HOMES- -Cosy c..nl.nt.132...
CH&A. Sep. DR. Eat-ln Kit., Lg. IR with Franklin fireplace when. you con own this 3 1 2IS Broedway, freshly painted, big lot. "1.000. 2
WW carpet-room far another home (or trailer) on this 2 bedroom, 2 bath home In .607 Milton Terrace.. sensible' S31.000. .3

i acre*. .. . . . . SS4.000 owner financed. the country. Modern concrete C3 .Home off Rd. 128. :2 Acres-bom-fenced. S24.OO.. ":it
If < J r COMFORTABLE. Brick Veneer 3I. 2 BA-Fam. Rm.. block with central FAULKNER .Furnished, MH on "'/. Acres S10.000. Neat, .

( "dr FIreplace-Sep. Dr., closed garage CHtA. . .S53.SOO. heat 1 air carpet, large REALTY 964.5065MA"" .1 BR homo 1 1 acre Wilson' Rd. $14.800. .
PRIVATE BACK YARD t GARDEN AREA Block 3 BR. 28AFam. garage. I acre ..fland..9OO. .621 W. Adklns, I... c.r.rt. fenced 118.000. J(
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Realtor Mm., Range Ref., drapes, plenty storage garage- BUSINISS OPPORTUNITIES .-

Inside utility CHIA. Carpet. . . . Only "' 0.000. e>7SO W. Madison, former Mobil sla-S2S.OOO.
Office> 712-331 Home: 782.39* ROOM FOR ANIMALS on Acres- 3BR. IB.. TENNIS ANYONE. .4lt S. Walnut N.w: large, wareheus.$52,500.w .

.Financing Specialists- Frame..1.'.. . . . . . . .S48000. 3 bedroom home with living 221 L.fa,*". St.Across from Wishbone Greet property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin. =
Band Program Conventional Loans 0 Owner Financing 0 WALKING DISTANCE OOWNTOWN-Block- 1 room, dining room a .404 N. Cherry 2 large, nicely furs opts. Own. fin.
FmHA VA FHA 201b( ), 203V( ). 23S. 245e Exchanges Be.. ..... ;:.'.. .. . . . . . . .SJ4000.1 kitchen tennis court et We hove several listings First time offered. W Star t Apt. on 301-good .tontl.I-.wn.r fin. :t
"Your Best buy In A New Home, Is an Existing Home:' YARD- :Sl.. BA, Black.' .. ..In.$20,000 tennis
FENCED back doer.
your Play w 7000 *... h. CB btdg.:..* Rd.; 148 Owner /fin..
ENERGY EFFICIENT 3 BR.2BA every Neat 38R Home en 311ISa.Lg.Lot. . . . .'19.200. anytlme..S20.0OO. 38R 1/.I-Cl house with IS acres. Morgan 'ad: w Homecemmer.) 4V cottage on Madison' St. Owner flnjje

Home en SAc. FF, let with space for Winter HANDYMAN 6 Room From on I Acre. . .t.. ,118.000 "' 6.000. > SSOO mo. Income four. turn, rentals-Cell t Bey S8.000K:

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n" t Misfits Win Battle of Reunited in Raiford 1

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fit _.unIons'It was a definitely a weekend for 15-2 In '77 In. league I play, 'went championship game that was shortened two homers and seven RBI's and the
as the Misfits Starke throwg.? Their openerwas Just into the sixth Inning by a Misfits had other prime contenders
league champions In 1978 and 1977 their toughest test, a 13-12 eight- lightning storm. for MVP honors Larry Mercer wield-
pulled back together to win the Poor Inning squeaker by Macclenny'l The Mud Dobbers and Hayes Electric ed a red-hot stick,ending the weekendat
Boys Invitational over Skeeters a Bootleggers. After a forfeit win they both of Starke, held down the .850 (11 for 13) with three homers
from group composed mainly of players shut down the Mud Dobbers 11-1,edged fifth and sixth place spots. and a team-high nine rlbblea. Ricky
baucluM.the past three Starke Stars Beer Witch of Jacksonville 124 on Tourney MVP Tommy Wise of the Bennett tied Gene Tanner of Skeeters Aft 1 .1
the strength of eight homers,and then champs played tough up-the-middle for the home run title with five blasts
The Misfits,who were 20-0 In'78 and beat Skeeters 12-5 in a slippery-wet defense at shortstop and hit .COO with and had six runs batted in. Steve Cox T.
hit .692, J.J. Wheeler had two homers
In only four at bats, and Doug Mains
had four hits in five tries. 1 a
Skeeters had the longest weekend of + I
any team,winning six of eight garnet.
After an 8-7 win over Ft. Call
(Worthington In Its opener the young
Starke club was dropped into the
loser's bracket by Beer Witch 7.... 1
They stayed in the loser's field-win-
ning games over Tom's of Macclenny
11-6. Brooker 1M.( Hayes &-2, the
Bootleggers 14-9 (after leading 14-0)),
4A and then Beer Witch 9-6 to get their
B-S_, Ally shot at the Misfits.
/ Bill Goodge (10 of 18)) and Jerry
4 Blalock (14 for 23)led Skeeters in bat-
I s ting with .609 averages and Chub
Johnson and Kevin Tillman weren't
far behind at .600 even. Goodge hit
two out of the Raiford park and Chub
hit one fourbagger.Al .
Chapman hit .522, Tanner .520,
If and Steve Griffis .500.
v The Mud Dobbers and Hayes both
"I' woo won their first two before losing
)\ twice. The Mud Dobbers disposed of
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',' Lake City's Merchants 4-1 and.
... Brooker 7-2 before falling to the Home Run Champ
1/ ,- Misfits 11-1 and the Bootleggers 5-3. Gene Tanner, shortstop for Skeeters, tied the Misfits Ricky Bennett as the top
1, Ld Hayes edged the Raiford Poor Boys home run hitter with four blasts.In the picture above third base coach Al Chap-
7-4 and Tom's 11-4 before
being man congratulates Tanner after a two-run shot against the Bootleggers.
eliminated with losses to Beer Witch
and Skeeters
9-5 8-2
A Misfit Reunion John Ramsey had two homers and
dugout after a shot against Beer Witch. five hits for the Mud Dobbers, who
It was Misfit reunion weekend and the players got a In the welcoming party are (from left to right) Donny also got six hits from Johnny Griffts
bunch of chances to shake hands at home plate after home Wise Randall Thhomas,tourney MVP Tommy Wise Larry and a homer from Tom Paladlno. RE-ELECT
runs-14 to be exact.Here Ricky Bennett(left),who tied for Mercer (rear), Ralph Gilpln.David Bennett Lloyd Gllpln. and Wayne Teston
the Home Run title with four. Is welcomed back to the Terry Gaines. and Bill Ratliff. led Hayes with seven hits and two
HR's each while Jim Lewis also

homered.Wilbur Rogers homered for the NEVA
Poor Boys, Gene Raulerson and
Dick Wheeler both were 4-for-6 for
Brooker, which also was ousted with J
two losses FLYNN
Wilbur Rogers;; coordinator of the
Poor Boys Summer League In
Too Late Raiford, is trying to drum up interestin
Misfits' 3rd baseman a Winter League. Any teams Interested SUPERVISOROF
in in the
"'Donnle Wise dove but participating
db league which would probably start In ELECTIONS
,Couldn't glove a base In.
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I 198O-81. Tornadoes ; .;


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Tornado Coach David Nurse noted playing more linebacker than Depth will still be a problem with no
that full-contact: drills hadn't even noseguard." That leaves the difficult defensive backs behind the abovementioned -
started yet and things could change, noseman duties to JV product Kenny five. Offensive backs are ,. 1
but heading into the first day of pads Wright (soph 155). Reddish will be being In worked In behind them In n J
the defensive depth chart for the Tornadoes joined at linebacker by another returning case of Injuries. Randy Parado (Jr)
looked like this: starter Mark Crews (Jr 160). and Mike Jordan (Sr) are working at
At defensive end Bruce RehbergJr Wayne Parrish (Jr 150) and Grant monster, Jonathon Johnson (Sr) and
( 180) and Chuck Williams (Jr 180) Williams( ((150 soph) are young Dwayne McBride (Sr) are getting
who will serve backup practice experience at cornerback, + '
are the starters. Rehberg got a good players ""
deal of varsity work last year,most at linebacker roles. and Emmelt Watkins (So) Is the ir1' r
defensive tackle, while Williams is a Note that the front seven positions backup salety.
two-year JV starter making the move listed above Include just two seniors "We should be a quicker team than
up. JV graduate Barry Reddish (So (Swindell and Reddish) and three we have been" Hurse figured,noting
155)) and offensive guard Charley returning starters (add In Crews). there Isn't much size on the defense.
Brown (So tOO) lend depth.At The defensive secondary doesn't "We'll probably stunt a little more .-
strong-side tackle two year have the same problem. There four When you're smaller you can't just sit ''r1 rv
starter Frankie Swindell Is back for holdovers with starting experience there and butt heads with somebody
his senior season. Swindell la down to return to four positions, though some stronger than you. I don't think we'll h' }, ; 1 I i
195 after playing at 220 two years ago changes have been -made. Brian show many more defensive fronts
and Hurse says he's not just leaner, Thomas (Jr 145)) Is the newcomer to than we have but we'll probably move t
but quicker and stronger too. the front line, looking good enough In around some more. tv
Sophomores Dale Buchannon ((170)) the spring to rate a starting assignment !{ "We're counting on Kevin Reddish, '
and Steve Carter ((165)) are battling it at free safety. Senior Mike Frank Swindell,and Kenny Etheridge i
out for the weak-side tackle post.Bob- Teston((155),the free safety last year, to take the initiative on showing good
by Starling (Jr 165)) Is up from the JV has been moved to corner, opposite leadership," Hurse said. "We have ,
to back Swindell and offensive tackle returning starter Kenny Etheridge others who could help in that area but ..
Ricky Griff (Sr 185)) will work at DT (t55). Hard-hitting David Sparka (Sr those three have worked hard this r
some. 180)) is back at monster with Daryl summer. They've Id the price and
Kevin Reddish (Sr 180)) Is a two- Thornton (Jr 150)), who got starting right" now they're leading by example -
year starter at noseguard but as time when Sparka was out with In- Firing OutOffensive
Hurse says "he'll probably wind up jury, also back.. I linemen fire out and dig a shoulder'Into pads during last Friday's afternoon workout. -

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"" ss. +p nr+w.a N Tornado Football Coach David At a workout last week Defensive The emphasis has been on conditioning hard and doing what we ask of them J
w'r.."wa+NDIM..aiN.. z s Hurse has a board In the fleldhouse Front Coach Jimmy Thomas told his and teaching. The kids left the "This week we'll stick with the
_......_ { with names under each position troops "You are going to have to be spring with a good attitude and they basic fundamentals.. blocking, tackl-
j-Tr M W descending In order from starters to ready to play on offense. If we need came back with it. They're worklnff ing, proper steps and starts. _:,
second-line and other backup players. you to do it you are going to have to be
Thla fall Hurse Isn't using up many ready."
of those lines. In fact with ,Just 37 "Like I told the kids though, whenwe '
players listed on the varsity roster the had the beat teams we ever had Hurse Assesses all 10 Opponents'
board just doesn't look like it should nine boys went both ways the first

.. .. '. J'.. be called a depth chart. There simply year and eight the second year," These are quick preseason year, but they'll always hit."
W Is no depth at most positions. Hurse added, talking about the state assessments of each team on the Gainesville High (Oct. 17 home"I)
f. 4 r.A i N}. .i%.. "We've got a serious depth problem championship teams of 1965 and 1966. schedule as said[ by Coach David anticipate this being one of their
offensively and defensively," An example is tight end,where Eric Hurse Tuesday: finest teams in quite awhile.s' ;
Hurse noted as he peered over the Carroll and Chuck Williams are listedas North Marlon (Oct. 24 away-
Macclenny ( 12 away"They
Sept.
board just before Tuesday afternoon's the front-liners. Carroll Is the .
supposed Impressed me as better,especially offensively "North Marion is supposed to be
practice session. He didn't to be a starting guard and Williams In the Spring." toughest team in Marlon County.They're .
sound as serious as the words did, will be at defensive tackle.
starting this because
Eastslde (Sept. 19 home-) "I doubtthey'll playing us year ,
after aU he's used to going to battle Thus, linebacker Kevin Reddish is loaded."
they
be overall are
as good as they were
with thin ranks. "We're just going to getting a quick lesson in the fine last year but their defense is always Buchholz (Oct. 31 away.
have to start" playing some players points of offensive guard. "We're going good" "Buchholz is saying this Is their year 1
both ways. On the depth chart board to have to figure a way to switch Palatka (Sept. 26 away"They'll) again." :
offensive players who are on the those guys around and give them each have more 'speed than anybody we Live Oak (Nov.7 away- "They will :
defensive side as backups and enough rest and hopefully find play. They're saying this there big be much Improved." j i
defenders who are filling In aa offensive somebody else who can do the job at ,- Fernandina Beach (Nov. 21 home-) .
";'.' 34.P .,. 33Crr kwrtCJSic substitutes are colored In red not end year.
'; + tight Hurse said "When you Santa Fe (Oct. 3 home"Their Coach (Joel Stockstill says he has :.
blue The board Is now a mixture of run the veer you have to have a good passing game Is is probably going to the best backs he's ever had. He had
Practicing Thievery red and blue as players are being asked tight end, he's a key." be something like 10 sophomores starling .
back David{ Sparks practices swiping a pass during Interception to learn very good.
defensive
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last
receiver. St. Augustine (Oct. 10 home- year so they an experienced -
drills. Ricky Sullivan Is the "Intended" practice. practice in shorts "went pretty fair.
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'-' e dt Another Poor Boys '

Tourney SlatedPoor

Boys of lUlford will host i OF SCHOOLS
another 12-team men's! Softball Invitational -
this weekend, August 22-24.
The Mud Dobben of Starke and the AN. EXPERIENCED> AND QUALIFIED PERSON
Bootleggers of Macctenny are In the *
> along with Harber4 tevroletWen FOR YOUR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
of Keystone the Macclcnny
Bluer, and the, Disco Duck ofAleda.
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1'"h..,. Game start Friday night at 7 p.m., ****.......****************
Sunday
\ Saturday lDOI'IIIntIat.a.m.,and
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-- Lawtey Cubs to Host
Trophy PresentationStarke Baseball TournamentThe

I Dixie Youth Major1 coach Edward Akridge Standing>>ehl d Mrs. Rkherd Is Assistant Coach George Lawtey Cubs -
presents the District runnerup trophy won by; hU all stars to Seeley.To AkrMge's right Is Assistant Coach Charles"' ", team will be hosting its Invitational Homer F.
Recreation Board member Joyce RAe....... cis and Gary; Wise.. Tournament this weekend, August ,
23-24. at the Lawtey Recreation w
Big :MaeCelebration Center. i' t
The schedule for Saturday's openIng -
day has the Jacksonville Colts HAnT
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y Starfce's 11-12 year olds on the Ma- a.m., followed by a game between the
jor League All Star team got BigMac's host Cubs and the Archer Nine Devils County Commissioner District 5
fries 'and cokes and the at 1:30 p.m. The Jonesvllle Dodgers '
Recreation Department was play the Starve Tigers the Hawthorne A Business Man t ,..
day afternoon and
presented a second place trophy at a
team party at McDonald's last Angela and Jacksonville Kings finish
Thursday night things pickstback: up Sundae myorning An Active Christian
McDonald provided the french Play :
fries and the coaches bought the at 11 a.m. with the first of two
e A Concerned
boys burgers and drinks. The All semifinals. The second..mill at 1:30: TaxpayerI
Star also got their Individual p.m. and the championship game is
trophies given by the Rec. Depart- set for 4:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
ment for being chosen to representthe I have owned, operated and maintained heavy
Starke league In all star play. Jockel-Johnson Duo
The team, which was rated before- 4th in Tennis Test equipment. I know the capital outlay to obtain
.a hand one of the weaker teams In the
District Tournament, ended up win Stance's Janice Jockel and Chub this type of service to you the tax payer.I .
ning four games in a row at one pointto Johnson were fourth in the ten-team

"I finish told a surprising you at the second.beginning Lipton In Tea Jacksonville Sectional tennis the weekend tournament I feel that with my knowledge of business and

nobody was giving Starke much of a befog"ilL
,It', chance and you'd have to be willing The pair,who won the local doubles equipment, I could serve as your County
'j''': L r i to pay the price with hard work and tourney: reach the Sectionals won
>J.ifij determination" Coach Edward their rounder In a tight, tight Commissioner with your vote of confidence.A .
Cutting Up AkrIdge told the boys while they ate. match.They edged.Harper and Davis

SUrke's All Stars had a good &time while getting a ", .ala'McDonald's at lastweek's did"Going pay as the far price.as you You did showed I feel that you of with St.Jockel vying a.winner(4-1), doownere VOTE FOR HART
team party. line to clinch: the match In the second
the eventual winners
by beating
Pictured are from left to right Stacey Bowen, Greg Wilkinson .Bernie .tiebreaker. In the second round
they
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Gainesville Western
Akridge facing camera). Chock Coburn and Carey Mlie. ( "This Is the end result) of the price met up with the second-seeded pair of WILL BE A VOTE TO HOLD TAXES .
you payed."Abridge added, holdingup Kim: Templ..rlm Howick of
the team runnerup trophy."And I Sawgrass and lost 04, 16..Temples ''TO A MINIMUM.
DR. JAMES K. HESTER now present it to the Recreation Howkk: went on to finish second to
Optometrist Department through Mrs. Rieherd. defending champs Gatlin-McCabe Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. for by Horner Marta

In'leaving to pursue further specialized.. .training in ey.tor*. __ ___ n
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STARKE OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATES
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Working Woman Will Work Hard To Serve now to save;i lot'of ro >ncy freer u limn) pcriixl. its, pretty

And Please The PeopleOf J.J investment And that h.nv I feel) aKnit insulatinnand !
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Bradford County.R11FFFT Mr. Robert McMahon: of Oviu. He and his= \viti.-, Jean. ,
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Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. tor by Sandra Normanti
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the time they built their homo.
'" WhatVitttWise"\ package.: Its a cumhination of

features! that'nicer FPL's: eneiK) >'-*: vin>{ .ranJa\.U and can
be easily. included iti the con>tnicrioii of a new home.vOver .

11 t f rr a period of years they. can save you !suhstantially

more than. they cost.WiittiWisc .
t '\./ homes h.rvo / -.; \'inR tiarur.Ilike
--.r extra ceiling and wall insulation! solar or hciit-rocovyry

4 units tor water heating a hi>:h"N..ft denc\ rc.,nditioncror
heat pump. fVAver Mwer* like fluorescent lighting and

>G a microwave tnvn and thermally cft dent window and

diNirs with}:lassarei.s: planned minimize heat build-up.!

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Inmate Improper William Preston Sands 11.according wanted to visit one of the- UCI kvma the Wood's vehicle, Mary Marie was stabilized Jenkins was placed on
Backing
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to Bradford.Priwa ....Records show officials received TbonII a. 17. of Ralford. and a Helicopter flown to
Monday,ai'FSPveareM Charges to Driver records show Pace was prior Information that Richardson: passenger in the Brown vehicle JheJacksonvUle based hospital suffered

A 31- Florida Slat Prim'another No one was injured m 'udt returning to his ceO: after be had given would be bringing drags when she Teresa Brown sa,of BeUevtow, were Records show Jenkins col-a
fractured pelvis, a
donemishap a, deposition to ftai visited the inmate. treated by rescue 60 personnel at the injury
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i-8 was dIarpd with stabbing with.60O. damage to the ftc attoroey. lung and neck ,
speed a
Records show when she of the but not right injury
inmate te --. 'with aniceneMto vehicles Involved en Edwards Road Bradford pointed out Mcrae and presented scene wreck were
of the public
device eatfce bottom floor 300 feet west of US 301 ta Starke last Sands jumped Pace near the nmteen herself at the UCI gate she...askedto transported to toe hospital Joe server a member Medical
at Baptist
submit routine Patrolman W.K. Mclntlr cited relations staff
to a body search.
of Lrwtog hallway Monday. Au&1:15 ajn.
population
Monday.uwopea August 11 bUwem*:.P-BU Police records show II 1174 alack: Mcrae and Sands were put in Isolation She refused and ran and was pursuedby Woods for operating a motor vehicle Center told this paper that Jenkins
,according to Bradford,and correctional officers who witnessed without valid driver's license and would start physical therapy Aug. 13.
tractor were
and s ...according to Vernon Bra d-' puffing U74 Fruehauf trader
ford. p Department of' OtretUonaspokesman. operated by Larry A. Dower of questioned later by her throw down an object betweentwo failure to obey a traffic signal !o learn to walk on crutches.startedat:
Pace is serving cars. The Life Flight program
five-year rasarsat
Jacksonville had stopped to make a
FSP for from Sarasota Richardson, accordingrecords to prison 2 LB Men Arrested Baptist hospital on August S. Theheucopte'
Jerry Blow. 31. was charged Twes- delivery and was backing: pull escape a in the front lawn of'
onto stitution.Mcrae is serving. a life term was then apprehended with landed on
day. August U with stabbing to death the tractor-trader rig the In Theft Mischief
plus 15 years for assault with intent tocommit 10 grams of marijuana removed by Bradford County Hospital to pick up.
Bennie J. Boykte. ..five tunes to be. shoulder the road,but backed into to Jacksonville
chest and abdomen and several more un Oldsmobile sedan driven by robbery and robbery. Sands officers. Two Butler men Jenkins. .The flight ..
Friday
is seeviagtan-year term for Richardson was booked at the were arrested Aug. S, by the with Jenkins took 20 minutes.
bines to the back.: The case will be Dimples Jewel Overstreet.> 33, of aggravated .
presented later to a Bradford County Startle that bad Mopped behind the assault Union County Jail in Lake Butler and Union County Sheriffs Departmentand The new service costs$70 plus $2 a.
Grand Jory. tractor-trailer. was later released on $1,000) bond. are being held on charges of mile,

Boykn'sbody-was found near hu Cap W.S. (Scotty: ) Rbodea cited Knife Youth grand theft and criminal mischief.:
cell and a* had been dead not more Dower for improper hacking.: Wielding Trucks Collide Donald Ray Overy and Donald
than ID minus when hn remains Charged With RobberyA At Starke PlazaNo Everett Draggers were charged with

were discovered according to prison Perjury ChargedTo 17-year-old juvenile was arrested one..injured in a two vehicle pilfering machine and a newspaper some North vending Florida
authorities.
Bradford confirmed the weapon UCI Inmate by the Bradford County Sheriffs mishap with$350 damage done to the Telephone Company equipment and
Department la connection with an trucks involved, at the Starke Plaza tore of the
some equipment,according
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was mop 27-year-old Union Correctional armed robbery of Lake LB Man ChargedIn
a City man Parking lot. one mile south of Starkeon to UCSD records.Both .
of cleaning fluid, according to prism InstitutionA inmate has been cbar&edwith Friday.Augusta, at 1:15 CR-
p.m. on US CaseA
I'ftCII'ds. 301 Friday Aug. 15,at 7:4.5 p.m. were booked at the Union Stolen Property
perJI1 after being accused of :SOOB
near Lawtey.
Florida Highway Patrol records:
County Jail In Lake Butler.
Boykia was serving a 30-year lying to a state attorney's office investigator Bradford County Sheriffs Department show Ford 20-year-old Lake Butler man was
a 1977 pickup truck More
arrests are expected in the
sentence frpm Palm Beach Countyfor about beug beaten up by acorrectional records show the juvenile was Lee arrested by Bradford County
operated by Stephen Whitehead
cue, according to a for
second degree murder. He had spokesman In stolen
officer. arrested Wednesday Aug. 13, by authorities for dealing property
33.was heading east In the parking lot the UCSD.
been incarcerated since May H73. James Buehler! bad a charge of per Deputy Sheriff Paul Stegall. on a when a 197S White tractor driven by Wednesday Aug.e,at 5:52 p.m:,
Blow a serving a life term far first jury filed against him by Assistant charge of armed robbery of Leroy Preston O. Tice, 47. started from a Accident VictimRecovering Bradford County Sheriffs Depart
degree murder from Escambia: County State Attorney Hams A. Tobm after MarreD with a knife.The juvenile position and backed into the ment arrested Keith L. Jones on a
and life plus 30 years for escape. be told the investigator that he bad faces charges of putting a knife to left parked rear quarter panel of the NicelyJay charge of dealing In stolen property a
kidnapping and aggravated assault been beaten up Aug. 7 by CO James MorreU's throat and robbing him of Whitehead truck. Charles Jenkins, 19! of St Remington .243 caliber model 742
with a deadly weapon from Columbia Hagan. 1490 in cash. Wood muter with and a
No citations were issued by the Augustine, a counselor at Camp scope
County. Tobin indicated bis office had The youth was turned over to Division highway patroL Endeavor which ia based at Camp Richardson shotgun.
This was the third murder at FSP received letter from Buehler accusing of Youth Services.personnel after Montgomery is doing fine and is in Jones was arrested by Deputy
since January of this year. the officer punching him. he was picked up on the charge. good condition according to a Samuel H. Eunice with the
The state attorney's office in Lake 2 Hurt SlightlyCar spokesman at Baptist Medical CenterIn assistance of Lt. D.L. Cochran of the
Car DamagedIn Butler then investigated the charge. Woman Caught Runs Red LightTwo Jacksonville where Jenkins was Union County Sheriffs Department;

CR-229 Mishap Investigator A. Keith Adams found no Trying to Take persons sustained minor injuries flown last week after receiving at the Union County Jail in Lake
witnesses who could '
back the in- Butler.
up serious injuries in a one vehicle accident -
1.700' damage was recorded in a mate's Into UCI in a two-car accident at 2:25 Starke
statements according to Drugs near Keystone Heights. Jones was brought to by
two-vehicle acadent of a mile nor Tobm. MedicaJ.cIs at UC1 found a.m. Saturday. Aug. 16, with $2,500 Deputy Eunice where he was bookedat
Jennings deaf and mute was In-
A 23-year-old: Jacksonville recorded in the US
woman damage mishap on
thwest of Raiford on CR-ZZ9. Sunday no indication that Buehler bad been jured early on the of Tues- the Bradford County Jail and was
morning
arrested
the
was Union
by County 301 at CR-1S in Starke.
Aug 17.at< 30 p.m. punched: against the chest as the inmate day. August 5, in an accident on released on$2,100 bond after being ar-
Sheriffs Department on felony mari- Police records show a 1969
Patrol records
Florida High*ay reported. 7, before
SR-21.seven miles north of Keystone raigned Thursday Aug.
juana charges Saturday. Aug. 9. at sedan by DonaldL.
show a 1974 Chevrolet coach: operatedby Tobin charged Buehler with lying Plymouth operated Bradford County Judge Elzie S.
Heights. He was transported by ambulance -
Lisa M. Green 17.of Raiford was during questioning under oath by 10:1. a.m. at Union Correctional Institution Woods 19. of Raiford. was westbound Sanders.
to Bradford County Hospitalin
northbound on CR-23 and a 19W Ford Adams on Monday. Aug. 11. on CR-16, failed to obey the
pickup truck driven by Lonnie Adams is serving state prison Appie Mae Richardson was charged traffic light and was struck in the left Starke and treated in the hospital
with felony possession of a controlled front by a 197S Ford sedan operatedby emergency room. When his condition
Roberts C7. of Raiford. bad backed terms for manslaughter and grand .. ..
from a private driveway across larceny from Broward County and attempted substance marijuana. more James Walter Brown. 60, of J-.:' "'
CR-tza and onto the east shoulder. As escape from Dixie County. than five grams. Belleview Fla.. which was north-
Green started to pas*. Roberts pulled UCSD.cIs show Richardson bound on US 301. K
onto CR-Z29 into the side of Green's presented herself at the gate and Police said a passenger In fe:.
vehicle. Heart Attack

Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Roberts Leads to AccidentA IfGtC11c1 *
for careless driving.
65-year-old Starke man sufferedan
apparent heart attack that required .
Careless Driving his hospitalization and as a lJpen
result of hn becoming ill hn wife,who
Cited in
MishapNo was driving their vehicle, left the And ng
one was injured in a three vehicle roadway and slid into a ditch,causing
accident with SZjoO damage doneto S1.2OO damage to the car involved. -
the vehicles involved Friday. Aug. The wreck occurred: at 10:30: p-m. Open House SI Tsl
15, at (:40 p... on CS 301. 174 feet Saturday. Aug. 1C. at the intersection
north of McMahon Street In Starke.A of CR-ls and SH-100.six m.iJellOUtIol 1f
1980 Buck sedan operated by Starke.A -
Doris Robinson Kenyan. 54. of Eustis 197S Pontiac coach operated by 1980
was stopped waiting to:>> make a left Georgia F. Dykes 54. of Starke, was G
turn into a motel A MTt Ford sedan westbound on CR-ls when her how NORTH
drnrea by Canute G. WhiUker. 24. ofStarke. band Charles of Starke, Pinto Pony
had stopped behind the Kenyan became uL Mrs.DDykes failed to FLORIDA T
car. A If7 GMC van operatedby observe a curve, the vehicle left the
Jesse Marcell Morse M. of Nor roadway collided with a stop sign, -
folk.Va..was beaded south on US JOlwiTlfivaa .sum slid into the culvert according to FARMER'S @
struck: Whrtaker's car wtach.uataBBk9eMsav4 aa accident report filed. by the Florida @ $4285Drive
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police records show. FHP records show Dykes was taken COOPERATIVE INC
Patrolman W.K. Mclntire cited to Bradford County Hospital in Starke Od
Morse for careless driving. where he was hospitalized. A Includes Ts.TagIle I
spokesman for the hospital said

Antique Desk Dykes 17. to was St.transferred Vincent's Sunday Hospital Aug.in WEDNESDAY;AUGUST 27 "'/J &rdl. I

Stolen, RecoveredTwo Jacksonville 11 A.M.-1 P.M. FREE BARBEQUE
Starke men were arrested bypolICe No citations were issued by the '.... I .

for burglarizing a house at 536 highway patrol. Tour Florida's Newest and Finest Livestock Market : -
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North Cherry Street in Starke. SUn- .
day Aug. 17.at 12.34 a m. PUBLIC WELCOME Y'ALL COMEIIICATTLE .. :;.\:.'1" __
Gary HeUer. 2S, and Joseph S. FSP Inmate Knifed

Nelson. 23. were charged with On Way to CellA
burglary of the structure belonging to
Curtis Sanders of Starke in which a 27-year-old: Florida State Prison
brown wooden antique desk was inmate was wounded with a knife A& SALE EACH WEDNESDAY
pilfered from the house. after he was attacked by two other inmates SLAUGHTER HOGS AUCTIONED ON TUESDAYS' ,
Entry was made through a back according to Vernon Bradford FEEDER PIGS SECOND FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH
door. The desk,sitting inside the front Department of Corrections 1980
door was removed through the front spokesman. Located on US 4t-44t l ,
door of the house Joseph Pace Jr. ..swiped across 2 Miles North .,1-75. US 41 Exit T-l- "1904755-3S7s @:\ :i8
Police recovered the desk near the the back with a knife Wednesday AlEIMsvlll JIM' BROWN, Market Manager
bus station on North Cherry and Aug 13 by inmate Paul Wesley r Mustang 2 Dr.MPG HWY
Washington Streets. A short while Mcrae. 23. who was Joined by inmate a* r:

later Patrolman Willie Searcy noticed w S So ma Overdrive" 4 CylAMFM 51..... ,
two men running from the area and .
took Heller and Nelson into custody to WSW Low Back Bucket Seats l Tu.Tom Peonl'

face the charges Deluxe Seat BH a...", ... Molding $6163 I
U. ML. Sibley and PatrolmanW A THANK-YOU TO TEACHERS Jfr
K. Mcintire were the other officers 1I
involved in the investigation of the ,
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case.Heller and Nelson were released c .
from the Bradford County Jail in & :
Starke on SS.OOO recognizance bond -.::.

County after being Judge arraigned D L. Gnffis.before Baker Studies have shown that teachers next .to ($"]I+- _.', 1J


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21-year-old Union County Correctional .
Institution inmate from

Aug Gainesville 17. for was an arrested Alachua Sunday.County children. We wish to thank all teachers for I' ;0.;;

burglary last April. 1980
OJester Bryant was charged with Fairmont
the last April 30 burglary of an apartment -
at 1722 NW 2nd Avenue and bringing not only their skills but their love Fiesta

grand theft of jewelry. a camera a 4 Dr. Wagon
pair of pants and a checkbook: from 1
Joe and Mercedes de- ,

occupants 1IWtIt.Records show Bryant took one of dedication faith and values of' life to share @ @ sin P.WW Cyl.DIM 4 So.Broke..) .

the checks to a grocery supermarket -..kiiwHX a C>iwiOf
and cashed M for$tO. > 1
Art, TM.4 Irma-.AM Maota. WSW Tra. "
Bryant: is serving a 9es year-term

stolen for Jwo property.burglaries and receiving with our children. May the Lord's blessings 4 Owdnt- Hack '

-:: N..Ty Duly$55CO $5600

Car-City Truck "

Collide Monday .. Je i with each of you this new school ,,year. m

Me one was injured in a two-vehicle* Wren*} liyiii
mishap with 1.575 damage to the car r ,
aiKfCity of Stark trash truck tavelv'* 'JED Cart
ed M Water and Washington Street J IM embers *
of
m Starkc at aoon Monday.Aug. First United Methodist
skate .. GMda.ids

Edward-=Gnffis.,. truck 22.operated of SUrkrw-by John { r j Church of Starktt.: FORD TERM L-LE"'AR

tra veJmg north on Water Staeat end a-*
1978 Oldsmobile sedan driven by Joan

Tenty Chuty,:*.' f Starke. turned I.: If MOTORS
nght fromWashington Street and r' FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH '
struck the other vehicle.N "" '''''''''''.

citations were issued by police. 200 Of w. .. .. 9'.v y 206 W. Madison Starke
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2 Inmates Caught Obituaries
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Mrs Rose Carter Sumrall Heinrich Feldmann Mrs. Eugenia E. Ramos Mrs.Pamela Ashley
Jailed in Indiana
Mrs. Rose Carter Sumrall 88,. of Heinrich Feldmann age 82, died In Mrs. Eugenia B. ,Ramos died In Mr. Pamela Ashley age 30. died.
Sterke, died early Thursday August the Putnam Community Hospital In Starke!!, Saturday morning after a Monday.. Aug. 11, In Decatur, Ga.
'Two Florida State Less than 20'minutes after police 14, In' Orange Park Memorial' Palatka Tuesday evening following along brief Illness.Mrs. Born in Punta Gorda.FU.Nov;..,
Prison at Starke received the information Kenny Bills Hospital following a brief illness. Wn.... Ramos was a native of 1M0' ,, Mr. Ashley had lived la
been Inmates who escaped Aug. 5 have a Gas City, Ind. assistant police chief Born and raised in Brevard County, Born In Germany March 23 1896 Greece a resident of .Jacksonvillefrom 'Decatur for the past eight year,moving
recaptured and are In the Fort spotted truck matching the Mrs.Sumrall moved to Kingsley LakeIn Mr. Feldman came to the UniteStates 1939 until 2 years ago,and was a ... Mrs. Ashley
a pickup dancer theFl.
Wayne Indiana jail. description of the pickup truck park- 1966 where she has resided since In IBZt. He has lived in Melrose member of St. John the Devine Greek was a : inn entertainment
A third escaped Inmate is still at '
Sumrall the widow of the Orthodox Church. field .
ed outside a convenience store about Mrs. was since 1983, moving her from Ft.
large after slipping away from police 10 miles from the robbery. late William Joeeph Sumrall and was Lauderdale. Mr. Feldman was a Survivors include: two daughtenand Survivor Include: on* daughter*
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who had handcuffed him and were Ellis radioed for help but before a member of the Georglanna retired tool ft die maker for the sons-in-law.Dr. and Mrs.Pet G. Lena Kay Ashley Decatur; twobrother's
waiting for the other two escapees to another officer was able to respond Methodist Church of Merritt Island. automotive Industry a member the Felon, Starke and Dr. and Mrs Arvie C. Dean Jr. ofKemenvUle

come out of a convenience store. he arrested a man fitting the descrip- Survivors Include: three daughters, Catholic faith and an honorary Theodore G. Panos Fernandina N.C., and Torrey a,
The trio left a trail of stolen vehicles tion of Davis who was sitting In the Mrs. Frances Joseph and Mrs. Naomi member of the Putnam County Beach; a brother-in-law George Dean Metro; one sister. Vema Li<
from Florida Georgia and Ten parked truck. Davis,was then hand- Starling both of Kingsley Lake, and Sheriffs Dept.Survivors Kopelousoe, Starke; two nephew. Dean Albuquerque rr'M.' ; her
nessee. cuffed behind his back but was not Mrs. Helen Scott, Stuart, Florida; IS Include: his wife Bill S. John Kopelousos Orange Park andGus mother-in-law. Mr*. Ruby 8. Ashley
Department of Corrections
placed In the patrol car. grandchildren and 11 great Feldman; one son, Walter T. Parker, Kopelousos Starke; and three ,Metros*.
Vernon Bradford '
spokesman con- Officers found $1,700 In cash and grandchildren.Graveside of Oakridge,Oregon; one brother Otto grandchildren. Funeral service were held at i
firmed that Malcolm Leo Scar- four .337 caliber funeral services were Feldmann Germany; and three Funeral service were held at 11 P.M. Friday Aug. IS, at the
borough, 4S, and Tony Dale Elmore, weapons: two and conducted at 1:30: p.m. Saturday grandchildren. a.m. Monday In St. John the Devine graveside in Eliam Cemetery at
28, were recaptured in Gas City, In- magnum pistols a shotgun an in Greek Orthodox Church with Father
Melrose. Rev.
M-l carbine. August 16,at Georglanna Cemetery Funeral services were held at 10:30: William"Bill" Poppell
diana. Another officer arrived to assist Brevard County with Dr. Frank H. A.M. FrIday August 15, In the Chapelof Paul Costopoulos officiating. officiated DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Bradford said it Is believed the In- Jr. officiating. Archie Tan- C. Hardage-Krauss Southslde Funeral Home was In of ,
Ellis and,a few moments later Scar- Thomas DeWItt Jones Funeral Home, charge arrangement -
mate who got away was Kenneth borough and Elmore came out the ner Funeral Home of Starke was In Keystone Heights with Father Home was In charge of ar- *.
Wayne Davis 25. rangements. Interment was In the
charge of arrangements. Michael Williams officiating. Crema-
front door of the convenience store,
Warren V.BIevlns
Federal marshals have moved
Greek Plot
at Evergreen Cemetery
tion followed. In lieu of flowers,fami-
Scarborough and Elmore from Gas officers each carrying then a Identified bag of groceries.themselvesand The Mrs. Grace N. Norris ly requests that donations be made to Jacksonville.The family suggest that Warren V. Blevins, n. died In the:

City to Fort Wayne where the jail is placed them under arrest. Mrs.Grace Kersey Norman Norris the Fla. Sheriffs Boys Ranch in Live memorials be made to the church. V.A. Hospital in Gainesville' early
more secure. 88, who lived In the WestmorelandTrailer Oak. Monday moralni following a short \il
A prosecutor in the Grant County Records show that while Scarborough died In the Bradford 'Mrs.Josephine Brinson David lness.Mr.. '
District Attorney's office in Gas City and Elmore were being County parkI tal Tuesday afternoon Blevins lived in' High JUdIe'Estates
said he probably won't press pending handcuffed Davis slipped out of the following a long illness. Pat ColemanPat Mrs. Josephine Brinson David SO, ,, Keystone Heights moving '
cab of the truck and fled on foot. Officers died Friday In Baldwin.
charges against them for an Indiana Born in Clay County March 4.1893, Coleman,of Fresno California here S year ago from Ft Myers
attempted to apprehend him Mrs. David was a native of Bain-
robbery In light of the charges facing Mrs. Norris lived in Lacrosse for formerly of Fla., Beach Fla. He was a retired owner-
and in to assist but Ga. and had resided in the
brought MIShawakal ,
dogs were
them in Florida.Scarborough. .
many years, moving to Starke In died Tuesday, in the Baldwin operator of a lumber supply company
for the $5
his trail.
lost
Elmore and Davis they April 1978. She was the widow of the Pacific Gardens Convalescent area past years. In Madison, 111., was a Navy veteran
were among 10 FSP Inmates in two Both Tennessee and Indiana are late Rev.J.L. Norris.Mrs.Norris wasa Hospital, Fresno after a one year il- She was a member of the Baldwin of W W3, and was a member of the St. .-'1.'
Order of
familiar grounds for Scarborough. Chapter 1171 Eastern Star a
separate escapes who got away from member of the First Baptist Churchin lness. 'Johns Evangelical and Reformed
the prison on Aug. 5 Five of the His mother lives In Swayzee Indiana Starke. Born In Michigan March 11. 1943 member of the WSCS of the Baldwin United Church of Christ of Granite<* i
and he born In Tennessee. United Methodist Church and
in the was lived until was a .
were recaptured
escapees Survivors include: two sisters Mrs. Mr. Coleman had there ty.IlUnois.
Records show Scarborough admitted 1920 graduate of the Florida State
Bradford-Union County area within a Lillie Baker of Omega Ga. and Mrs. 1963 when he moved to California. He School Survivors Include: his wife. On.
few days after the prison break. his identity to Indiana authoritiesbut Jean Steinhoff of Newark Ohio; and is the son of former residents of for Women. Clark Blevins Keystone Height:, his t
Two other inmates are still at large Elmore refused, requiring an several nieces and nephew' in- Mishawaka, Mr. and Mrs. John Col- Survivors Include: two sons JamesT. father Robert Blevins. Granite City.: ,
and believed be in the South Identification check be run. Edwards (Jim) David Detroit, Mich and Pen-
are to cluding Mrs. Alene of eman of Florida. 111.; a daughter, JoAnne Harby ,
At the time of the Davis was J.D. (Sammy) David Jacksonville
Florida area. They are Harvey escape Kingsley Lake.Graveside Survivors include: his parents; two ; sacola. Fla.; one brother. Curtis ;
Michael Mcelroy 35,serving 30 years serving 25 years for robbery in Dade. funeral services will be sisters Carol Rlehele San Dumas, two sisters. Mrs. Huldah B. May. Blevins, Granite City. 111.; one slater,
for robbery and escape in Palm County and Elmore was serving life held at 11:00: A.M. today (Thursday), Calif. and Sandy Stewart, Fresno. In- Brinson. Ga. and Mrs. Thelma (Ted) Mary Paulette. Granite City III.,; /
Starke and six
for second degree murder robbery Johns grandchildren.
Beach County, and James Nelson Aug. 21, at Dyal Cemetery with Rev. terment will be In Keystone Heights. ; and :2 granddaughters. ,
County. Funeral services held
in Polk
Shearer 47, serving 15 years for and grand larceny Ben. P. Bryant officiating. DeWitt C. were Mondayat Funeral services were held at 2:00
and from Leon and The Inmates' trip north Is linked 2 P.M. In the Baldwin United In the
breaking entering Jones Funeral Home Is in charge of P.M. Wednesday Aug. ,
flatbed truck in Methodist Church Rev. Nicholas
of with
Liberty Counties plus 18 years for with the theft a arranaements. Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
and Macclenny miles from FSP the Thompson and Rev.Frank Daniels officiating Frtedlln of
escape 20 years for burglary IS Home with Rev. Buddy C. t
I more years for escape. morning after the escape. That truck Interment followed In ficiating. Interment was in the
was found abandoned near Valdosta west CR-225 when Crosby Cemetery in Starke. Arrangements under
Records show that Scarboroughand News BriefsNo travelling on Keystone Heights Cemetery
Elmore were recaptured after an Georgia. Felton swerved to miss a dog in the were by Hardage Krauss the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
armed robbery at a grocery store in In Valdosta the trio were positively roadway lost control and ran off Intoa Funeral Home Jacksonville. Funeral Home.
Identified as the three men who robbed -
small Gas Ci culvert.No .
Fairmont a town near .
In
a Phoenix City Alabama couple at Injuries citations were Issued by the -- --- -- -- --

ty.One of the three men who robbed knifepoint at a motel two days after Two-Car MishapNo highway patrol.
clerk the hand the escape and stole the couple's 1980
the store struck the on with
one was Injured $325
with a pistol barrel during the rob- Oldsmobile. damage to the vehicles Involved in a
That vehicle was spotted by Tlfton Stolen Truck
bery. While the clerk was being
Georgia police and chased until It mishap Tuesday,Aug. 19,at 9:34 a.m. I
treated at a hospital for the injury and, crashed into a ditch in Tif ton.The trio on North Walnut and Jefferson Found Here Harry Gruen D.D.S. P.A.
she gave police a description ,
Streets in Starke.
woods where
license plate number of the getaway fled into the A 1978 yellow Ford Courier stolen
Police records show 1977
their trail. a Dodge
I Vehicle. bloodhounds lost from Polk County on March 3 was
sedan operated by Rev. Benjamin recovered by deputies of the Bradford Announces Association of
Perry Bryant 45, of Starke was
County Sheriffs Department late

'::Six FSP Inmates Street travelling when south a 1973 Buick on North sedan Walnut drivenby Monday near afternoon Brooker., Aug. 18, on property G. Gray Flynn D.M.D.

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Ruby Jordon Carpenter 40 of Andrews Bradford County Sheriffs Department
I North Carolina stopped for a records show the vehicle was
stop sign at the intersection and failedto from Effective August 13 1980
pilfered a car dealership, was .
Sentenced Aug. 11 see the other car and pulled out in recovered by Lt. Glen A. Moore In a
front of it with the vehicles colliding.No boarded shed on the property of Ottis
Issued 954-5 9 52
': citations were by police. Ellis off CR-233 after a confidential .
e- tions at FSP were sentenced to additional source tipped the sheriff's depart
Florida State Prison at Starke inmate inmates 459 W. Cam
prison time. Both ment off about the whereabouts of the
Anthony Sawyer was sentenced testified a hearing-last June 5-6 Auto.Misses Dog. s > < :y' '* 11"1'\! '11') run' .tat* Fit.': '. ;' I ir). n N. t "
Monday,"Au ,:?*. j.yaClcduitJudge before,.Judge Green ..n ; that civil .". Hits Culvert; ... ,spokesman for the BCSD staged .tl......".'4r .....",.' ......, ......... ,, ,_ .v,' ... .... nM.," .
"R.A. CreentiJr.M-to life in prison for case Is still pending. recorded !arrests are expected in the case, "
ine murder of another'inmate last received five Sdoo damage was in a one
William Russell Hill vehicle mishap with no one injured at .. .. .. . ,. .. -
.' year.Six FSP Inmates were sentended In to additional possession years of a after weapon he plead by a guilty state mile Monday, Aug. 18, on CR-225 a ... ..................... u .." ..........

.J Circuit Court action which took place prisoner last March 12 As part of plea east of Lawtey. -KK *
Monday Aug. 11, at the prison. bargaining the state dropped a Florida Highway Patrol records ic
..:.Sawyer changed his !plea to guilty charge of possession of a weapon by a show a 1974 Mercury sedan operatedby KK I
as part of plea bargaining for the state prisoner last April 18 plus drop- Robert Felton. 24. of Lawtey was I

murder of inmate Michael Curry last ped charges of aggravated battery I

November. 3. with a deadly weapon and possessionof *
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'Inmate James Thomas Dooleyi a weapon by a state prisoner last FLORIDA .
received 10 additional years to his April 22.The *
prison term after he plead guilty tot other inmate involved in the I
aggravated battery of Correctional civil suit Phillip Andrew Elliott, THEATRE
Officer Joe Gordon who was struck received 12 additional years for aggravated *
with ape n-like object as Gordon was battery of Correctional Officer Sterke- 964-5451 *
preparing to escort Dooley to the C.D. McQueen last September ',

\ shower last February 8. The time will 17. He was also ordered by the courtto LAST WEEK KK "
i be added to his present.. term for second pay a fine of 8000. Charges of .-*

degree murder/ possession of a weapon by a state Au,. 22 t..ru All. 28 *
-As of bargaining the state
part plea prisoner and arson were dropped as
dropped another aggravated battery part of plea bargaining. Elliott Is cur- *

charge involving another correctional renUy serving a term for armed rob- ieie'
officer plus two charges of battery of bery. ..
"- law enforcement officer and dropped sentenced rnrt IAE -: '
Two other persons were 1 TA T-
a charge of possession of a when court activities were continuedat r I *

I .weapon by a state prisoner. the Bradford County Courthouse In ic .:' : *
Willie James Small received a five- Starke. -

I year prison term for aggravated bat Richard Eugene Starling already (i) ic ie.
tery of James McCloud last January incarcerated with the state prison ic *
12. The state dropped a charge of system was ordered to serve three ic
I possession of a weapon by a state years additional years prison time for SHOWTIMES "

prisoner against Small after he was the September t, tm burglary of the Frl. 7:009:15: : *
sentenced.' home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tribute To All I On Labor |
Sat. & Sun. Day
Inmate Christopher C. Mallos was Tillman In Starke. He previously had ,
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.Sentenced to 13'a months additional been placed on probation In the case. 5:00-7:10-9:20: : : a.
i prison time after he plead guilty to Starling received a five-year prison Mon. Tues. Wed. .
I :escaping from FSP last November 30. term for robbery with a weapon in Thurs. I' ;:;, r, : *
\ Mallos admitted to the court that he Alachua County Circuit Court last 7:30:

'walked off from his work squad. He April. We are attuned to the spirit and meaning of this day set, "': 1,,:. ,, i
I 'was arrested according to courthouse John F. Sharp was sentenced to :2 aside to honor the working men and women of AmerIca. '
.... records, last January 31. years In state prison by the court 301 DRIVE INFri. ', : ",
Our "
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Y Two Inmates currently involved In after he plead no-contest to forgery of bank t too, has grown along' with' our community !

,the civil suit against the Departmentof a $225 check to the Starke Piggly Wiggly & Sat. through application of that same philosophy of service and 'tr' ;;;. .r'; .
for better condi
Corrections asking store last November 12. '
WALT DISNEY'S dedication to tasks set before each of us. : ., ie

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performance of these ?
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MAKE MON YPREPARING : grow as our community prospers in the finest American ., .,. "'
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Make Enroll money In the during H&R Block lax lime Income Comprehensive Tax Course course now. SUN. MON. TUES. And To Let Our: Personnel Enjoy Labor Day;, ,h1:: ,: :' ; .

taught by experienced HAH Block instructors begins .
soon In your area. Send for tree information MEA 10Af[ BIONDIE ic' .
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Outdoor Sludge Spreading Discussed. ,, DuPont Digs. Possible; Sit, ". :


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Engineer Don Ruckman suggests from earlier DuPont I/ think the engineer has done a Joyner said the conservation group
that sludge,the solid part of the waste nutrient-rich liquid would ? Job,""Joyner said. will Investigate the feasibility excavation of .
Corner left over after sewerage Is treated, be ly through the sand and Soil Conservationist Frank reclaiming the DuPont "
dumped on the DuPont excavationsite Florida Acqui/er, the } was also pleased with sites with the nearly solid sludge.The'... .;
to Improve soil content on the san water stream explanation, sludge would be planted in strips .

dhills left after mining. The engineer pointed out to went : with vegetation between said.strips to act-, '. .
'* away pleased as wind breaks, Joyner :
Hunter Education Ruckman was In Starke July 8 to conservationists that the old got their questions out In, A similar process Is being used on tt
Course OfferedLocal explain why the old airport on US-301 site on US-301 south Is high open. They got things off their former mining site In Jacksonville/.. :
south was chosen as the site on whichto :: It cleared. the air," Turner said. of
residents planning to hunt In spray the city's effluent rather Ruckman went back to the Joyner -,. .
Georgia or Merritt Island Wildlife than the DuPont property six miles ing for the SWC employees ....M
IMUae,are reminded to take the free east of Starke, to members and officers members,explaining that ., ...
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish of the Soil and Water Conserva- ordered to stop introducing
Commission's Hunter Education tion Service. The session with the liquid left over after '
persons Ruckman was worked up by Royce treatment, Into Alligator A Merritt Island
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All hunting Joyner, a member of the county nutrient-rich liquid
mat show a Hunter Education SWCD board and was chaired by undesirable growth of algae : for old
Identification: card. Those persons board chairman Jim FaUlkner. tually would 'kill" the stream plan your
.barn after 1961 who plan to hunt in lakes It flows IntoRowell, ai
Georgia, must show a Hunter Educa- Ruckman, sanitation engineer with Sampson, Ruckman office I n't
tion card when purchasing a license. Bessent Ruckman, and Hammock, Rowell Lake Is In danger of typewriter
The next course begins September Inc. of Jacksonville, the firm which a "dead" lake from .
8. at .M p.m. at the Bradford Vo- represents the City of Starke,patiently troduced into the lake from -..' ,
Tech Center, located at 607 N.Orange answered questions about why the. operations, Ruckman said, no ".
St. Participants who complete the DuPont site was not chosen. what the city does with its ."... .
: eeurte will receive certification valid 'J'tH
throughout the United States and It came down to the expense Involved Back In 1973 the city,
Canada. in transporting the effluent six
AfL r Ruckman's guidance,
: For further Information contact the miles to the DuPont site Ruckman
multi-phase grant through ..'
office at ,' said. costs have increased 300 ago."I ;
Lake City regional 4 .... Energy upgrade and enlarge the
; 1-400-3424105 or locally In Starke at percent since the DuPont site was efficiency of the treatment tl M r, "
M4SUO."Fishin". first decided against back in 1973, .. 01''
extend utilities
to new -6
Ruckman pointed out. .. 1 1j
$5 million plus series of
The approach being taken is pat- j .J" \
In addition Ruckman said the U.S. yet completed, but the final .
Holes"r terned after a similar, successful pro-- major construction at the :
Environmental Protection
Agency re-
r location of 500 charted Inshore ject in Idaho. Biologists will place quires a long term committment for a plant is the next step. ... I
in the nests of
whooping crane eggs : : : I
r and offshore fishing spots in Florida site.
nonmigratory Florida sandhill cranes The had to "
recently
s can be found in the 112-page and see if the chicks will forsake their million city, or $2,700 per acre, If it clatters, groans and threatens to quit, we'll retire it ,nf
"Florida's Charted Saltwater Fishin' The DuPont site,owned by the State
Hairs" migratory Instincts and adapt the pat- Armory Board, was not available fora 376-acres of property it gracefully and give you at least $50 toward this new .i; I
lnehlded tern of their foster parents. for its spray effluent site. The Smith-CoronIfModeI8000.Som love old r.t
for each hole is a discus. long term lease, Ruckman pointed people cranky :'
5 alas. of water depth, species of fish nucleus"Our of ultimate 20 to 30 goal breeding Is to pairs have of a out. He was backed by Col. William T. ty was owned by Fred typewriters. Maybe you do too, but there's a time to say .' i
= there, best season to fish and what in Florida" said Carcaba, state quartermaster, who took the city to court and won. "enough." ;
:s baits and lures to use. Please allow 4 whooping cranes said federal regulations prohibit tyingup ty paid Mueller $400,000 for ? I
jto s weeks for delivery. Send $4 per Don A. Wood, endangered species federal lands for long periods of but had to come up with$ So if your machine is groaning and your secretary is too, ;.,:.:
coordinator for the Commission. "But
::. ropy to Bureau of Maps-Charts, Mail that is some IV to 15 down the time. Doing so, would be incompatible under a jury's ruling. call(904) e64- 764 for details. If your old typewriter : \
: Stop No. 5317. Tallahassee, Florida road. There are a lot years of Initial questions with the plans the National Guard works at all, we will start with a flat $50 offer. If it's :. '"
= S2301.i has for training on the part of Camp The city council has
rebuildable
which must be answered beforewe which DuPont has mined, $600,000 to make the or repairable-we might do better. And that .
reach that goal." Carcaba Blanding said.Ruckman Mueller. EPA paid 75 percent is a lot better than listening to that clicking and clanking ,
Foster Parent Plan Florida's project differs from the further said if effluentwas $847,000, the city 25 percent. and moaning and groaning, isn't it? : :. I
work done in Idaho in a significantway.
Cranes sprayed on the loose sand left
For
Whooping
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Whooping cranes there were
"We had to turn all the
E The majestic whooping crane has hatched and reared by a migratory Joyner said after the THE OFFICE SHOP :. .,
== been. a symbol of endangered species subspecies of sandhill crane that Ruckman. Joyner Indicated
ss In America since the 1930s when there breeds In Idaho and winters in New Is satisfied with Ruckman's 110 W. Call St. ? '
5 were only 14 of these tall, elegant Mexico. Florida's biologists will be tion, the same explanation Starke .. .
aiming at the first full-scale I ee4- 764 .
= whit birds remaining. attemptto L aP the city council several years
efforts deprogram a migratory species so _
E Today, thanks to conservation "C
::: there are some 120 whooping it will remain in a protected location ,
K: cranes in the United States and that year-round.
j E: number could double someday under "Our first objective," Wood said,
"is to determine if ST. JOHNS RIVER' :
s: a program being Initiated by the genetically '
S Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish migratory cranes can be reared as When writing Ernest :'i' .

-is Commission.Biologists with the Division of parents.nonmigratory During the by next nonmigratory two springs, Hemingway usually existedon I COLLEGE ':
crackers raw green veg- COMMUNITY
=r Wildlife will begin work this fall on a eggs of the migratory greater san- etables and peanut butter SJIW .
a plan to establish a nonmigratorypopulation' dhill crane will be placed in nests of sandwiches.
of whooping cranes in nonmigratory Florida sandhill cranes

Fs i". bird's Florida range., once known to be part of the and."the behavior of the young observed. EVENINGOFFCAMPUS CLASSES t



TERM 1 19801981 --:

(A State supported community college serving Clay Putnam and St. Johns Counties)
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0201) ACC2021 Principles of Accounting II 3. 7:00-9:45: W ..." g

0211 I ACC2009 Accounting Practices I 3 7:00-9:45': W

THE 0221 REE1000 Course I Real Estate '. ...,. I:
BRADFORDUNIONAREA Principles & Practices 3 7:00-9:45: T S
0231 BUL2111 Business Low I 3 7:00-9:45: : T J:

VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTERIS 0241 MAN 1943 Work Experience I 3 7:00-7:50: T .':r.

8031 MAN 1943 Work Experience I :
FOR YOUThe (Low Enforcement Only) 3 4:00-4.50: : W ::.

0261 MAN2944MAN2944 Work Experience 3 7:00-7:50: : T
Center Is a post-secondary Institution available to over 16 of -i
anyone years 8041 Work Experience II : :!

age regardless of their level of formal education or where they live. The purpose (Law Enforcement Only) 3 4:00-4:50: : M :.

of the Center Is to prepare the student with employment entry level skills. 0271 SES1100 Beginning Typewriting 2 7:00-9:45: : M ;:
0281 MAN2000 Principles of Management 3 7:00-9:45: : Th. g
The Center has lab for
a specialized individualized
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0291 SES1110 Intermediate Typewriting 2 7:00-9:45: : W :::
reading, writing, and arithmetic for those enrolled in a vocational program 0301 ENC1103 Composition I 3 7:00-9:45: : W .

end need the services of the lab. The following programs are available at the 0321 ENL2013 English Literature I 3 7:00-9:45': : Th

Center: 0311 ARH2050 Art History I 3 7:00-9:45: : T
Automotive 0331 MUN1710 Stage Dance Band 2 7:00.8:50: : TTh
Mechanics ti \
0341 MUN1310W Viking Singers 1 7:00-9:40: M :s

Diesel Mechanics 0351 MUN1310X Viking Singers 1 7:00-9:40': M
0361 MUN1310Y Viking Singers 1 7:00-9:40: M :::

Heavy Equipment Mechanics 0371 MUN1310Z Viking SingersContemporary 1 7.00-9:40: M :: \
0381 PHI 2630 Ethics 3 7:00-9:40: T ti i

Heavy Equipment Operation (age limit 18)) 0391 AAUH2111M I Music HistoryIntermediate 3 7:00-9:45: Th ::;

0601 AT 1033 Algebra 3 7:00-9:45: M 5 I
Welding (acetylene, arc, mig tig, heliarc) 0501 BSC1010BSC10101 General Biology 3 7:00-9:45: M ;;:

0511 Lab for General Biology 1 7:00.8:40: W f I
brick and block
Masonry ( ) 0401 WOH1022 World Civilization 3 7:00-9:45 M I

Carpentry 0811 COP 1120 Computer Programming I 4 7:00-10.00: : W ::

0821 COP2110CCJ1530 FORTRAN Programming 2 7:00-8:50: M

Airconditioning and Heating Mechanics 0831 Juvenile Delinquency Control. :"
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Radio and Television Service 0421 ARHI000. Intro. to ArtComposition 3 ',,,"'_7.:09o4; : M :-:
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Polotko Records Office August 25 and 28' 6.00-7:30: P.M. '. : .

Bookkeeping Orange Park Center August, 21 25. 28 .' 6.00-7:30: P.M.' :_ t
Business Machines St. Augustine, K.tterlinus r. ';;

Clerical Junior High School )i':.. ., August 25..28. 6.00-7:30:: P.M.'i". ;;
Secretarial 1 ,'c or, a St. Augustine Technical Center (Bldg.. EAugust) 18-22 ,' 930.3:00; : b :- I
Crescent City High School V' August 25 28 6.00-7:30: : P.M. ::

Data Processing (computer) ,, ; Keystone Heights High School 1 August 26 .' 6:00.7:30: : P.M.<. .

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$ .. \>':<$ . .... :Florida residents fee per credit hour .
Drafting :
(mechanical drawing etc.-very useful for anyone planning a $30.00. . . . ", .". ..... .". ..... .. .Out-of-State or foreign student fee per credit hour '.., I 1

career in architecture or engineering) $ 1.00. . . i .: ,,. . .. . Laboratory, Fee ; ,

Commercial Vehicle $10,00 . .'. . ., ...Application fee (only If this, fee hat never been paid)
Driving ((18 wheelers age limit 21 or over) $5.00. .'. . Examination fee .:
The Center operates on an open entry open exit policy. Day and Evening clones are available.

V? may enroll for any program at any """ with the exception of Cosmetology and Comm.. For More Information' Contact: .

Jj.Vehicle Driving. For further Information contact the Center ot 609 N. Orange Street
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FIIP Reminds Public About Anti-Litter Law A musical Journey t-

Into the soul of a nation County Need Foster Parents .j
TALLAHASSEE-Thls.U the time of home if there are no trash facilities 1 J
year when Florida's litter available.He also suggested that people County resident Interested In plicants and their children. so approved applicant. j-wl "
peaks out, says the Florida Highway pick up trash that may have been becoming lOiter parenti to e Health of all family members. enough money to meet' exp '
P.troI.' left by someone else and dispose of It youngsters In need of temporary lodg e Financial status of family applicants care for the child (children) until the j
This) .to the season for picnic, ing can begin the proc_ by simply [ must have enough Income to money arrives I
V.caUOI1II. fishing hiking, camping, "Stattee'troopers as well as other picking up the telephone.A take care of their own family without Approved applicants need"Ht' all, I
nature watching" and many other ac police officers have the responsibility call to the Child Welfare foster care money. cep(any child brought (or placement I
tivities, said Colonel Eldrige: Beach .for'enforcing the anti-litter-law but It Counselor's office at 964-8879 will get e Criminal record of applicants and and applicants can be moved to different -J
Patrol director, "and during such would be much better U everyone the ball rolling. Initially potentiatap- their family. lodgings If applicant notify
events, IItterln" ,' becomes more would pitch in and help keep Florida pllcanU will be asked for their names, e Size, location and condition of the their counselors two weekalttr aoi I
prevalent. the scenic place it Is supposed to be," addresses and phone numbers so home, including county sanitarian' ,vance. 't.wiilli.t :
"There Is nothing more distracting concluded Beach. counselors can set up screening inter- report. ,:'\
than to see our scenic beauty marred Cliff Cillt views. If the first Interview goes well, e References from the community. I

by cans, paper bottles and other S/Sgt. Paul(,Anderson ."iChani... -, a...,.._ those approved will receive a formal After the application' is received Pfc. William Lunn, ",,:, I
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trash. Some look His
areas like ,
garbage .. ,application. another counselor submits a study to
dump instead of the beautiful Is NCO Graduate -- Training Participant 1 r>t1t
stream sow Natrrrnrrh..1. Any adult married or single can the foster care office In Lake City andif
or lake areas that they would be if apply after passing the screening.Age It.Is approved,applicants are,issueda Pfc. William C. L URn, son of Mr.-1,1']
people didn't litter." .sup. ..,w.w.r.w.r..wo.' Is not a limitation although older license. and Mrs. William V. Lunn of Lawtey! '. *
To prevent these eyesores. Beach Staff Sergeant'Paul L. Anderson Technical! adults must be In excellent health to Licensed foster parents .will then recently participated in a field train- ; '
recommends that everyone carry a son of retired Air Force KL Baptist ChurchTo be considered. Seven other, factors receive the following amounts for ing exercise at the Hohenfels Army'-
litter bag In their car and take it back Sergeant Tommy C. Anderson of Present,"His! Land""His are taken Into account before a child food, clothlni.nd school-related purchases -' Training Center in Germany.'l"''
and Juanita G. of
Lawtey Cumpton
.is placed in a foster home. They in- : The training provided soldiers'an'1'opportunity
Pardeeville, Wls.. has graduatedfrom Land" movie rich in color' \* '
Health a : : 0.6 years $145 a month to train and test ?
Clinic Set the Air Force Noncommissioned and authentic and sounds witha Size '' '
sights ,
of natural family no e s 11 yearn$180 a month themselves in the field and requallfy :
For Aug. 23 at Kingsley Officer Leadership School at popular musical score composedand than five children In the home Including a 12. 17 years $205 a month with various weapons. ;runt
The monthly Health Clinic will be Seymour Johnson Air Force. Base, arranged by Ralph Carmichael foster children. Checks will take as long-'.11 six Lunn is an Indirect fire crewman f
held Monday Aug.25,at the Klngsley N.C.The has been called musical journey In- e Background ,and history of ap weeks to get started after approval,. with the 1st Armored Division In' -[
Lake Civic Center; from B to 12 noon. sergeant studied techniques of to the soul of a nation, will be shownon Crailaheim' '*,, :
All residents of the Klngnley Lake leadership, management and supervision Sunday, August 24, at 7:30 p.m. at
and .is assigned at Seymour Kingsley Lake N. :
community are invited to attend and Baptist Church, :
take advantage of the various IeJ'ovlcea Johnson. Highway 18, East of Starke. SUNGLASSES '
offered to the public.. The public is Invited to attend. 't'
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Local Student Awarded Realtors Meeting I 1. DISCOUNT PRICE h :

Nationaillonor Cancelled I I r e"end wan''.stn' e .* >" :
WE'REFOR 'j CIGARETTES :
Bradford-Union County Board of 1 I :I'I

The Rev. Warren Langer of the, Realtors, Inc. dinner meeting I ae 63 PACK :

First United, Methodist Church, Lyman scheduled Green's for tonight in Lake(Thursday Butler )has at I KfAITII1G I 1 I a ? CARTON ,Imo. Kings i 100'1 .". I:
Starke, announced that of
today one
their students has been Inducted been cancelled. I :
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Society of Distinguished 1 I' i"0111aa
American High School Students. Gospel... i I" ;
Student awarded this honor is A Gospel Sing will be held August 1 I to JOS ',. .' "-
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Kevin Miller. 30, at 7:30: P.M. In the Community .4, '.
The Society, one of the.nation's Center Lake Butler, Fla. Featuredwill ---- ----.- 00 .
foremost high school honoraries. topped be The Silcox '
Singing Family,
this student because 0l his The Kingdom-Heirs and The Floridians *:Tidal ; .
demonstrated 'excellence in
Quartet. Master of ceremonies
scholastic leadership and civic will be ,Joe Brooks. Sponsored by i sa' day ;\ ,.:.
achievement. Only 2 percent of ail the Fla.-Ga. Gospel Singing Association. ?
students in the United States are accepted
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for membership. Nominationscan
only be made through the Btu,
dent's school or church.. ELECT SALE! '
The Society's National Awards Program '
Is sponsored by over ninety col- DURWOOD SMITH Ii PRCWASHED DENIM JEANS FROM t 1,
leges and universities throughout the ) > "h'.w., TOP MAKER,VALUES S1S TO $171
United States. Thousands of dollars in (Democrat q .
scholarship funds from these institutions Superintendent of Schools .,
are earmarked for Society 7.94Prewasned .
members each year. The student's .Clay COu"'Y'Vote }

sponsor, the Rev. George L. Harper, County WideI .11. "' '. ::
received a National' AppreciationAward r blue denim In bulo Western style .
from The Society on behalf of I hove taught grade 7, *. 9. 10 11 and 12 duringthe WIth boot leg. bar-tacked seems, tour pocket :.:
the student for the interest shown In post 10 year compared with my opponent who contrast stitching and belt loops. In waist size I. ::::
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honoring and rewarding excellenceon taught 7 year over 25 year ago.I know the need G4 f "
the secondary school level. of our students.Students DISCOUNT I ;:
The purpose of The Society should. be from to the other because they PRICELESS 9.88 it
mote both academic and civic not|just pushed along one grad |lust :::
achievement by recognizing students are the,...They should be proficient before they arc promoted to the next grade. '. :

In its Membership Registry which When grading standard ore.lowered,school ore going down DURWOOD SMITH wants; REBATE2.00 f1 r''I' ( ':.
published annually and distributed standards kept high and everybody (teachers, parent, and students) to work hard to i ;
throughout the United States and help' students meet high itandardi.VOTIOURWOOO. FINAL PRICE 7.88 ': fL
parts of Europe. SMITH SUPERINTENDENT Sept.ttoo"
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,Parade Slow Bike Race Petting Zoo FREE "\;:, I

Free Pony Rides Frog Jumping Contest COOL NYLON KNIT FAMOUS MAKER
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Sack Race Raw Egg Toss Dunking Booth GAMES :a BIG.SCHOOLSPECIAL-8uYtP""OeI3/1.( ) I .fifi' 5.94 4.1t TOPS 96

Dog Show '*' Ice Cream Eating Contest PENCILS_Pack of 14-WAS-2/* 4r..2/1.00 10O% nylon tricot' Poly/cotton knit
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UTILITY SCHOOL BOX -WAS 3"-Pr... / 1.VW snort sleeves S-XL. Slis 9,1411.2PC. .
Greased Pig Contest Horse Shoe Contest ;f
: .MAGNIFYING GLASS SET...................:.....97 RUNNING SHOES '

Raw Egg In A Spoon Race Gospel Music CONTESTS eo-pAoe NQTEBOOK WA8 $. -:,.4/97: l.. WERE-

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Skillet Throwing Contest .* Employees Softball Game 314,4.3/97" .10.38
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good bictaround. Call JOB en agency JOB OUIOB Mlary' desired Full or o.rlllm.. Gfl:i .
ACTION' 3/B-23OO, t2O4 NW UthSt subscription fete.. 34a_ Reply lot p O. Box 72., :
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.UTICI.NS. WA..TeO Majors, non smoklno/ female :> CLERK TYPIST i.
worklna' condition' In coed own trensoortatlon Cero for. potlblllttf' of tMcomlrm full. tVw.) klJtlmglnfall
I location. C4II..for Jj0polnfm. patient conwatesclna from. Ill .'. Must be 4115 fo wort*, r .'-14 'T
FOR S lu'1 PERSONAL FOR RENTAVAUAMJ 377sm.BOOKKEEPERPu11. ness Room tooord roasonssjieselery 30amia 30 noon ONi-V Mon-
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: '\: r 374-6. +49. If no answer rrl NO OTHER HOiJMS.WI1.L. -, .10.1 1BtscoNsioeffsED .
, -ACR/4,9 Gr.rYS. sums tar 3Tonhs. ... .
? SERVICES .acI1 IIL. call eves for appt fer ncesUF MtMtoamghchool .
.nwo..ACIIII.511.1DC" SET.1-2IR furniched 'TyOaa. .OOkkHpSrs. Salsa some .Osrl.nce reOulr graduefg, al, '
1 R./N.. Tsctnld dos. Tachno6 .d., 53 SO .n nour. Aviv' at: SASYS/TTER. m" toms mar good wtth figure :r,1.'r, :talk,
near Keystone Height CAIPINTII WO.IC.lIamocfaU" duplex on Lake eaq.ne Th.r.54ae. 'nl..e ""c. 307 00110 23.0' .'vd. full"....starting Seof. care on atone Apply noonend sw 34ttt St.
$300 down "' .... per ImmokoleeMood. P.rs EU.I' coortuttv employerAUTO for children ft do light houso Suite 7. I0anvl2noon ONLY,SagNURSES .
work. k'lehan..abln.t. Brooklyn, IE RSONNEL c r Serve]72477 keeping ......_... own trans Me. JW1 nsOn. .
month. Phone 473-4058 or and trimcarpenter. No pet*. Phone I COMPANION went. NIV4n PARTS STOCK WORK I( POftetlpn. .n_'SOT.LANOSUltVevo.. -mrrmEMper 4 :
473-4347 after 6 p.m. Reasonable _I..... 473-2492. 3rpd l and cN. tar .nv skier/v mohM. 1$ 2O hours w***! ENOerlene.' ... .ACKTOSCHOOLTIMC' .,, .
nee..r" Doug. 375
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tfnchg4 n uooiamant your Incoma Pick
./14828WATIPRONT..IAKI 'lanced Instrumant persons
.. Call Ed 3 m m..312351.'N .
LASS ion AND ACMAOI-. prl. Dempsey at needed No phone Inquiries.' your hours New rate 373739for -.I"
473-2477. Ifnchg 7/3 AVON Applications_''''et: InterviewUFJOHN
Keystone HelghM. owner ROOK1VN.. completely' To Buyatell Ai.ctus County Lend Surveyor HEALTHCARsl
financed 10 percent Interest ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS furnished bachelor apart.ment. C.II,77 0" '..,}.... 'Inc ,WO Ne 23rd Ave SERVICES
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Clo1.d meeting.. Monday 5
Lot on clear, and Phone 4732720.
p.m. Open meetings. Fri
bottomed lake. priced 10 .
1 tchg 1/2'
sell from S'.OOO. One la day S p.m.Alanon Monday
IRA
LAM SANTA Mi 3BR. ,
five acre*overlooking' lake 5 p.m. Alarean Monday 7 'mlohad. 9 _... on" ,... TMIUMPM T" 4A, n.Wclutch .7. .U'CK .KYLA"K. .._. ..2 IMPALA good Condition
p.m. All meetings In A engine, work don tiaoon sconom/cal' v.' air condilanal. ..u.r.n._ transmission saM '
available' with
(access ) Educational $279/manth. LAKE .0otl.bl.. Fun car to drlv. radio L n..'". 00w5r s/.rlna' Lbrak,9. 35-0.9.before 1 or 3/3-970 at lor
nice tree* from $3.500. lulldlng. Com GENEVA 28R. 1M8A.flraplaca J77...5.fl.r* OOom .7000 ml. .44.. 3765OOI19f 1. Student

$500 down. SSO a month. munity Church. tfnchg 7/3. SJOO/month.. 1974 T(.7 CAMARO. BM RooTN Van .76 ChsvNN Llttback "2300
Commercial' frontageInvestment .. PRIS1UM CUANIMO PAINTING Air moonroof *tc Low low bracket car now on straot. vary negotiable/ Air. racks tinted
and wallpapering.Phone Realtor, Keystone Height mll... 34OO Call WM.37..1423 claan 377-0791', SJOOO. or post wlndowr: good MPG. INcellent
opportunity __Ifr. 473-4961. Itchg d.v 0 and ff04-35-wai.v.'no.. offer. studenttt condltlo 7s.mo .. 2.30 L
SR-21N. Ownoal_ 473-2477. Ifnchg vw.uo._,_.tor...... lust after..
8/21 VW BUO-CUSTOM TKUCK '65 >77 HONDA ACCORD
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473-4375. 7/3 Now Paint' in.p",cllon Rebuilt 5 nosed. air silver with black 71CHBVROLBTMONZA
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SICIHMTV SVSTMU-40 ITVOUtMir MR ISA .11. 3. .no'n*. Must MOO Linda. cloth 'interior Good condition. hatchback, rabullt 4 cylinder
AKC DOSIRMAN PUPS- tinfurnlshed. Corner of .... 372 3436 or 4a3O5V local/>. IVUOO Call J7717IS eves only' engirt. rebuilt automatic transmission ".._
AND SAVI.You CH.V" V..N.Com..c'.1' air, '-
Beautiful litter of six. Freeobedllmce Install "al"tvl.I Fairway.Phone h_. /ono whseb5N. v.g. 7eased. less VOLKSWAOflN .EETLE.r.bullt HONDA CVCC HATCHBACK 7T A..M caisett power. s2 OOO steering.372.721* i
lesson*. Sire can your own 2000 tulles on Mw_,.... '" engine. tiered rear fern* 4 spied, AM FM' track or..' :
473-4177. Itpd 1/21 err Ca.n In.....snd...... Ask . MPG & ,
security system and ova. Ina rt) n w wide tlr s ttOO as It condition Just 'inspect. FLVMOUTM VALIANT t4
and dam from We handle MOM FOR tCNTl 4M 2BA. ...... Rerycad .,cV.... '7'1-_. .......10 StuUstnff ...,JOM 376-6175. ..-.,.. Needs work t3o Call Ann at ,
WACHEMf ISTM DOBERMAN ever 100 security 373-4137 or best offer
C/M a A. schools. ....VWCAMnMOBILBJN '
near 7S Flt-BBIRD FORMULA VOLKSWAOON.OUARE.ACK.
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Phone 473-7H5 tfnchg 7/3 txpertassistance .._ leoe. .w motor new transmission' .ELOW COST.tltVS 1970: CMceMent condition' New **. PONTIAC Catallne, mower.
or Installation no pet* air, boa, very' cleat "..... HAMPRBO. AUTO IMPOWTS5O valve' |ob. starter, wllh Darts, automatic stereo, tape deck I
II*PI*MONTH available. Satisfaction "....... after ':30 p.m. ..1ce. *,. i>4-3=;: B. Un Iv. Ave 373 4)373RONSON ) car 111 SO/OHM. ......51, smooth, reliable' / .good condition
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25" console color TV underwarranty. 473-2538. Itpd 8/21 Many parts. 372 771*.
Pay balance guaranteed. Hllr. Security

SI 73 cash Systems. 473-394. 9tpd 0::
or assume 7/31-i/M MOMU HOMIi 12x70 with ..

payments of $19 per MRPf NTIV AND MASONIYwo.r. e_'-. 3 8R, 2 ........
.......th. White Sewing and fully furnished. Secluded 7
Sulld patio
Appliance Center 3527 between .Lake 0.ancl ..
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S.W. Archer Road Archer fireplaces, additions. : ;)

Square Plaza. Gainesville. remodeling. Free Srooklyn' lake. 3 .... .
to 5 'n. block ESTATI.ALa BV
Charmingj' t BR, OWNB
astlmate. Children welcome $200 R-On/v.notmsad, 3
3764466. tfnchg 8/21 Doys-47)-4473. homo on 10 acres towed, ceo.N.1 1 bath home with diM' 3a room BR, a bath garag. fully
Nlghts-.7S2-3O6. month. 964-7642 air/Mat' tamely room with and screened --... Located ouifiped kitchen. _. .
AMANA 4tpd p. "r_.....$30,000. Call 4aA236UOOBT large oak shaded lot .M on Fines. dr Nortnwood .
ooo tU5 OOP 37-47 OARCKER2BRCSOOO
Microwave oven. 9 month 8/14-9/4 8/21 Itpd. BArTOAIN...malt In TOR.37a Carl. Turllnaton ....L. ,
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old under warranty. Kicsj' but liro In V.,_.3 ..., I _
how** on to.. ft corner lot.. BXBCUTIVB 140"' .. !
Repossessed. Pay balance. LOST/FOUND MISCELLANEOUSOAtAOR 2V.9OO. with: owner fin.nclno mt per 4ree, .....Ooo down Mlllhoa-with OM _Beautjful k. Cell_trees_, .needs minor
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due 174.60 cash or % Call now for a baroaTnil c. owner financing, on bal 1
McOsinlell Realty, ReALTOR anee. 3 bedroom. 2 full belts BV Owner-A55,7,315 .
payment* of $1.30 .permonth. lOSTt MALI OIRMAN SAUl August 23, 273.5476 largo family room,eat In kitchen No oueilrvinc. NW I anterevt BR,( > bam
Whl. Sewing' and SHIPHUO. old. 23: 24. Comer of Grove BV ONWBH 3 Bit 1 BATH and Immediate many custom 'built en,,.. Cant..neat/air: gveaf room, fir.DISC. .- :

Appliance Center 3527 block and tan year to and Orange across from A33UMl,21./MO. PAYMENT .NOME sum.bl on. .nice'/...4 N8 mortasio corner. .lot., Stewart Realty, of cJ.'i.: .., irMtfe*.car Cut-05-sec..*-.... .fenced.-.-..* yard, .
answers 3 ,
S.W. Archer Road Archer Pint oiortomja at i s54.lxe. 7 4.A% 30O > Inc RBAJ.TOR3. '12 ..... r
high Khool. raakfait NOffXltOTB Call 37S407PBV .
CLEAN ,
"Thar last In lake Hut- Interact NorHtwood Celt for THIS 2 R homo a sav*
Square Pkna. Gainesville.. cheson area Aug. 7. nook bar stools" misc. fur Win.QALTO a' OWNEn, >3 B... a ball CR' BV,OWNCR- Bft 9 bath, 'IIvthvinedlnlno 'Only Van0var S24.TOO with appliance. .1
3764466. 8721 un' alr' >h..r, flraolac room Near UP investment Proper ,
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Reward. 473-4816 days; ocr. 2.m1. W. of "'v"'. Owner OMcallent nelgnbornood. ..c... .AL TO" ""

MMTOMVORCISinger .. 175-lO/l after 9 p.... atchg ONGOING. Baautltwl SWAN LAKe w trfrnt.* 1/aACMB tr5.5 .. movlna Flnccla' ,.n.wt. _5.cltlc.-.3te.. backyard lent condition.5.OOO Largo Asiumablo fencad .1.1WWU3m2Mm
Puturo one ofSinger1 OAIAOR covered tot. tl ooo down farm* .r 1.15163og.cr .
8/14-21 SAUl """"Q. 372340 or. ... ...
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finest sllnd OWNBRi
hems. 'u'c'.icjg.oi.TrKSi.TBW'.SSfja-
LOW cash to mort., ;
Across treat from Grove ..
LOST TOY POOTXJ. while' no quailfvlno, aissunnabl VA av OWNIR: 3 .... IN ee W. .
tnonoQrQfnvt. st'fBttn sttf- male Street, Carpet, old .O* aifgntagi an Lafca ixtcnloota ntort. 3 BR, 1 Beth double central gas Rot. fenced yard s
3-years-old. anraw. -
che*. buttonhole*. etc. All fashioned hat stereo..Itchg with es' mosMI N i auelltled home Cowed 05,1w.527am. all _l/.ores. cant air/ Clot fo schools...... 1NM N. JO.Aw.., ; '1
Answer to "Ashby. Loa air Tarrn ....., 1 acre. NW 121 St 3741,93 37 SCO 'VA COSt. MO realtoripleaso : : ;:
without attachment*. Tuesday. August 12: near baby things. closhee. uric t.awS as 575-.20. or 3-ia.by_'.onV.MevnweO" Can 17AMOSFLAYBOy """'I. .,.N W 7.b. 37}'.'ojs
Originally old for over Lake Geneva. Phone lot _. 8/21 .
$500. Pay balance due YARD SAU--IVIRVTHINO )
473-20M. Itchg 8/21
$14680 cosh or assume LOST HMAll COUII near MOST OOlFurnlture, ;f' .': '
payments of $".10 per stereos, household 1 Item. ; "
Spring. Lake. __and of e.5r .. ..'
month. Older machine,
accepted spreads and drape.. bays
Aug. 16. Answer to ....
a* partial payment. Chelsea. Please' phone and_'.clothe. LOW ,
walnut buffet .)9Sfm I
White Sewing Center 3527 PRICIS. SR-IOO lakeOeneve m.oI5 .dresser/mirror MAOA2INBS9f9- SLe IP/R SOPA & m.lchlnq -
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S.W. Archer. Road. Archer Itpd pl* / .ttr t4tf' V W O-b comolotot tiM for all,, swrerocker.. to or will, sell .
Jlmred Trailer. m 473dole.POOL \ .... I,
LOST RACK LAS answer* seats. .llj mower ;cvrMO rateiv Full sUe bed. ftio
Square P........ Gainesville.. to "Sheebo." last on Co Park. Friday. and Saturday .MOVING/ MUST KQUIFMBNT, fMKTip *.... ./-.... atlc/r s .
376-446. tfnchg 8/21 Aug. 32 and 23. 9 bed til Crib. BIO eLL-Ooutol noon .IS 0.' hoatar tioo ...... THREE FsTICB. Ml off ," ,
Line' Road. Phone 4732010. a.m. : Baby swlno ,door Bamboo
carpet _.
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TWO TWIN-SIM INNIRSPf.HQ Itpd 521O5IMAN until-. el2.CAts .mirror IO' ; Nigh. chair .l.j Ooslan' ttlc love.l<.O.37.om. else f.bl. .ebl. ".00., 0.n coli.. .
U. for nt 4 Mw e lawn
"*h mower
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matlrsuss end bb5pring. SHtMWMh Pound 8t (jnyHfno/ setae 4 o m, .FOftTABBL. Re....TO..L.j '. w.<[. ( _,____. .
.. plus. .bed fitafaes OIl Complotg 3N) gal. ", f '
OS?., COOT aouarlunt tU"'OAV''C"" O Oood
at Spring lake' last Msssae.rvnr.e. used
(metal with b.call. .... set ) am/fm radio' M. wooden baby; lurnllur.
) caster 374359? clothes fO
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w efc...... Three or four ftTRUCKS beds vt lSO2 evesRCPROERATOR .. tovs mlsc EUV.SELL.TRADE
..., condition. $125. WOOD f*"our ..ov., JTXONW* St J7737 'IP' .
month nevor JO JOJTIUITV
old. Call 47343M.Ilchg821 : ,
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Phone u ed *OO Heat I la tor, sMI,
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731-28 SOfA AND CHAM.Cushmonmaple1 78 HONDA QI_. like. GOOD VeEO Pa PSI yensn.mKlnlm Each on 7974 37.iatj3e/ er ft

J'4L ...* 1.000 mils p.rNCI. .n.cten/c41v.. Interior BNOANT/ cnureh LtOHTAf...... 5 electric ..A MS TIN _-.-.0 _,,,-... 9 BAg>V BASSINETS, ""
jr \removable. new .64. d b.N ours. C411J.N II. tMO CellI711M good *hac>. MO .. Including'
> aisin. . after ft canoe lees COYD',
4p mLAWMMOWB. 0.atlres.s end
w/wMbl..fipoeve. Gold Inflate carafultv ridden efwav* nd maior reoair .7J. M.r.I9 shseln. 001 ..C...

and rust print.. $I. for J'OUfl' pj I S ..,..... .. $325 tee .. LAWN .R5e.arsr to urn 'Inch RIDINO, .*>O. 3O .ball/MSNAItel nrlvg furntablg.. J/a negotiable 3/11 Ja 51 price._ __ are. .. .

kern. Phone 473-4739 after :.UPPIY''" 473-4OI Itpd 8/31 end n.II IlsnN.150 s.d.. e Np..Ota.. Ce" ......cu3..c."veers.... condition old riecfric MOO DRUM, SLINOfc" steal MOO*.COUCH V, OHpentiv."
3 IfTS PONTIAC CATAUNA. an-MII, I a e tCall 1,591.1717, Me In losrt LAND SS end M> Sler o com
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SERVICES WANTED TRUCKS1974 FOR SALE mobile hornet W mortgageI efficiencies and I
IS1 TfH-HUU PIBCIIOLASS FENCmai All kind. hog YARD SALE Frl-Aug.. 22.. 3/4 paid or morel OLIN'S BR ....... weekly or men.thly. .

iiWS; SAW SHOPi' Complete CLERICAL PART OR FULL OLDS CUTLASS Boot w/BO hp Mercury wire welded. wire barbwire MOBILE HOMES Why pay Grlffli-loap Rd. Follow MOBILE HOME "'SALES, NEW FURNISHED

\F7 sharpening service, clr. TIME opportunity from Supreme. Full A/C motor and Qatar Trailer.Call wood chain. link: more? Buy direct from the signs, clothe, appliance, 964-5606. Open 7 days STUDIOS monthly only.

,! cular. hand carbide,. home working with moll. new tire*.f 1600 power or bet of- D.F. Hddloh.. free animate 1 MANNING factory. Large selection/ of tire, toy, shoe \i and weekly. TFchgWANTIDt 2313 N. Temple. ,, Stark. *.
*%: chain mower bled. hollow No experience required. for. Mint tell. 473-7079 64-7910.. 7/I/"D. FENCE CO.. 4734822.Keystone. IT 14' and double wide. book*.. 9..5754.21 Mobile. .horn ax. TCCtNYNETTI

A ground and balancad. Far Information (end after S p.m. 7/24 tnchg. 18 IT.OLASTtOM BOAT 225 TFchfl M. COMMUNITY MOBILE, Itchg. I.. and tire*. Will pick up. $. One M'apartment

4 leave at Jackson Building tamped. *elf-addra..edenvelope. DUNE BUGGYl Rail Typo hp V-hull. Vinyl. tap and .CHAIN LINK FENCE HOMI .SALES. US 301 GARAGE SALEi Furniture,. OLIN'S MOBILE HOMI *, pool. TV. AC.

K Supply, Starke or Keystone DVN-NAR VW engine excellent con many deluxe. aocesearl material. Do It'you,.." North. Open 9 to dusk. :1 to clothes toy* and SALES. 9645606. Open 7 utilities Included. Totally
> Hte. TFchg.ALCOHOLICS ENTERPRISE P.O. laIC 36. dition. S300. Call 9647749. Just like. mewl Call and save. Installation household items. Saturday days a week. TFchg 'fvrnlehed. Weekly. mans I
.') ANONV. New Brunswick N.J. 8/21 Itpd. Gainesville 376-3619.. TFN. _II....... Free ..11_ 6 on Sunday. Phone 9-7 1004 Calley Road at CASH POI COtNSi Gold, fhty rot**. TEMPtS MOTEL
64-6741. O/S TFN.
:L MOUSt 00903. 6/7 6tchg 9/11. SURPLUS JEEPS Can and HandyMan Fence. Co. Intersection' of Stansbury liver, sterling, dental .M> N. .Tempi. Ave..
:f hone 964-5148.or 9647619. APPLY IN PSRSONt for (lob truck' available through MITCHELL Evln Trailer BOAT-1BMP.Troll fte-SM. TFchg I. TWO BEDROOM bath. concrete Street Near Southslda gold.OP'crop(ewelry. ef ......... .Phone .*...7357..

-. TFchgDtiMODElING- opening a* outlier and ........._t witcy. WATSON'S HOUSE OP block good fishing School. 8/21 Itpd. Heal frame, etc J.R. Bull, 9/20 TFdIg.
BUILDING _lIroo....Western Steer Cavil Motar-fII50-964-6016. Writ KARM: 202 River' 964-62SO MIMOSA MANOR MO8I1I
eel) for under $200. VACUUMS Many.brand GARAGE SALIi Sat., Ington TFchg.WANTIOiTO
jgREPAIRSi! New .kitchensbathe Starke. 8/21 Itchg. 312/742-1142. ...t. 705 for 8/21 llpd.IS ,of now. vacuum Usedmachine Drive Dunnellon. Fl. 23. 3 HP Co pump.Aug.like RENT: Room In NOW PARK mobile. .home* \
family room. Brick FOR PROFESSIONAL OFFICE FT. FISEBOLASS trl-hull 32630. 7/3 lOtpd 9/4. and spaces for_to Phone
: Information on how 10 pul' 1 available. Part nice home temporarily ((3
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block. concrete. Fireplacespecialist Office OMlirant. Sam typIng chaw. 8/21 4tchg 9/4. boat 115 Mercury axcellanl and acceeserte for all S M, CORNER LOT.. goodlocation new plow roll-away mo.) 30 yr. male tronsferr- ee 412. TFchg
*. GrHlls Con. will train on lob. Nice 9/14.10/2. condition''' 12500.9647023.11211tchg. _. 404 NW 833000. unusual bed. tricycle and other Ing to area need room fl A UNPUtNKHCO MOUMf

truetlon. Phone 473-2106 In '...-0_ and be able '77 CADILLAC/ Fleetwaod. vacuum Oatnasvlllo extra. I32O: John Dr., riding. toy. children'squality until home I* ready good '130. IM end. "'t. No pet*..
or 473-2578. TFchg to deal with public. Send 'loaded. Excellent condl- ATTlNTtONi Will McrHlce 10th Ave., 964-8811.7/31 4tpd 8/21 clothing In excellent reference 375-721 ,..-4WCM.II.' 2tchg /21.. -

SWING MACHINES resume to P.O. Drawer A.. lion. "' 500. 5332180.21 ir Slshtskl fiberglass boat phone 170-7110. TFchg S BR CONCRETE Black condition. Much Gainesville after 5:p.7 ....., '1 M LfcdhKwIsfced 'UO| I Mfurnished
REPAIRED All makescleaned. I....... 8/21 'f<:hg. with walk through wind- UMEtoaCi 20 yd- swift houe. carport and utlllrle more. Green Acres Sub. ./ 3'pd 1/21. $11$. lateral.
oiled and adlusted. NEEDLE WORKERS '>Itchg.CHEVROLET MAUIUl shield 140 HP Mercury loads',only.' ALLEN E.TAYLC on large shocked lot with a Rd. 16 West 1 mile past WANTED Twin bed Mill .... No ..... ............

$10. Work ARTISTSTo good 2nd car fall 964-8479 motor with power him on *. Lowtey.. Phone chain link fence near shopping Storks. Elem. School-look (bed dresser and chest) /14 2tdt| 821.
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guarantaed. James loll your painting after 6 p.m. or 964-6893 Magic Till trailer. .*...7801 782 :3172. TFchg center and doctor. of- for sign 9645663. 8/21 good condition. 9646B33.2I FURMtHSD 1"Y'

,Strickland corner MorganRd. quilts, ete.> Cell Mr*. during day-ak for Linda. or see at comer Orange UPRIGHT PIANOt Complete. fke. Must tell due to llpd. ./ ItchgSITUATION Private ,
and Hwy 16.TFchg Costello. 473-3814. 8/l Price Negotiable. 8/21 and Edward $S2JO.OO.. ly ondltlonad. Inside health. Call between 3:30 GARAGE SALE Assorted WANTEDi Handy dews and *t*. 96482Mtr \
'RADFORD SEPTIC TANK Itchti.I Itpd. ./21 Itcno. end. owtekfe. hi very good ; .knick-knacks. clothe, funnllure Man. Mr..Eogle will workIn .> I. N '* *r
::.SIRVICIi Pump-outs. LADY NEEDED to answer 1976 FORD VAN-$1000. condition. SSOO or best of. and 7.30 p.m. 964-7744 misc. Friday. Saturday Starka, Lowtey Jcuc du..d.... 1/14 Sfcsg S/ll.
I 6/14 '
'"-Residential', commercialand phone, take messages, Phone 964.6701 or after 9 for. 9.4OM.", 8/14 2chg tnchg. a Sunday. 9-5 daily: 752.3717.0/21 ItpAAteZ UPtTAIIS' APAITMINT.
'Industrial.' Fully icon..d. PERSONAL 4 BR BLOCK HOME 1% acre. SIOO/Monph.' 331 Clark
and outdoor duties, most p.m. 9645342.2 Itchg.1m 8/21 Commit Estates Hwy. 16
Phone 964-6121. TFchg be able to drive., 762-399I. SERVICES CYPRESS lUMBMi Mart any With fenced-ln swimming West follow sign. 8/21 Pawn shop. Street. Inquire onvfl.."*'
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Foe- 8/ai Itpd. OLDSMOBILEi Omega pool: big Maple shade Cutlass.Marlin 121tpd.. .
sire available Including Wa""led, 67 Old. .
/tory trained mechanics.: new tire, chrome wheel6 *. ROBERT ThOCNTON Land- treat $43,000. Will ttpd. ..... MOBILE NOME for
mantle pieces. Sample 30x30 .
US-301 South. 964-6O20. .track AMFM Radio withspeakers. fill.. Wo haul top soil' and negotiate. Assume 9'/! .% YARD SALE Aug. 23 at 926 wicope.S1S5. rent, Grltfl loop Rd.
,Applications 4"x4"x8' $3.70.I"x9"xV Winchester
prices: ; Euclid St. SR 100 toward 1200
5/29 TFchg" S.'BOOKKEEPING. Excellent condo fill dirt. 9645861.21 mortgage. 9648239. 8/14 ... .261 or. 964-S24S.. 8/21.
Are Now $2.40. Sawdust SISO., Zenith shore
.
SERVICES 9 S799. See at Bradford Ifchg. 2tchg 021.NORTH. lake Butler turn left on pump llchg.NOUM..
Being Token' also available. Call So*.99,Cold and
: Euclid. Household Item wave roc. .4 M lath..ancle-
year* experience 'In all County Telegraph or call WILL DO PRIVATE Nurses .
t phases Including. taxes and For Florida 964-6305 or 964.8602, tfnpd aide work' In the home 5 Stephen Smith .....2624., and clothing. B/21 Itchg.. Silver, Sear drill press. .o .-dr. fireplace. large
government, form.. Times Union paper route In 821.Wl days a week. Experience Hampton. 8/7 tnchg CAROLINA GARAGE SALE 116 West S249., BudweUerClydedhle kllclwn, living room. Call
f 473-7075 after S P M. 7/3 Star..... Laka Butler, Ails PAYING dollar about 15 year In nursing USED MANUAL Hospital MOUNTAINS. Pro" St., Starka, Thur. a clock'135.. ..." "' -6365. ....-'232. 6/21
Florohom and Waldo' top Bed for.....Contact Kenneth TV Solid State 9.95. :
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rtfchg for good clean used. car a horn and hospital. WIN do Mountain cabin with Friday. 8 30 to 6:30. 8/21 Itpd.
,' DIVORCE-S95I area. Phone 964-9169 Monday some housework. Call Matt Bradford County fireplace. Dandy garden Itpd. Western Sadie 843. Call ,u.NiIOfID APARTMINTlUtllltle I I
.Attorney's fee for Uncontested thru Friday 9 a.m. to 3 trucks.Terwlllegor Maxine Tomllnson Hospital. 964.6000.1/14 This YARD SALE 368 N. Cherry .964.6346. 8/21 Itchg furnished air' corfdltlonlng.
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Madison
Motor. 206 W. a handy man
Divorce range p.m. Must have dependable 9647200. 964-6242 or 964-,...., ask :3tch0BV26.SMUMPt special, because It I Is not Thur.day.ond Friday., All WANTED CONCERNED 127 Lafayette.
from S9S-S295; Step parent transportation and for Peggy. 8/21, Itpd.FORSALE Fresh River Shrimp finished Inside, ,Items must sell. ./21 ,VOTERS HOMER HAM ,'.....1951. ./21 l pd.
Adoption Fee S25O; Name post coin bond. 6/21 for your ........ 1'1_' roughed Itchg SEPTEMBER 9.0/141,,",. .

Change Fee 875. Jack Ne,- Itchg. carl Dusty Chaney Green wire and plumbing and the con YARD SALE Friday Aug.22, iOSiVPOUNDPOUND
Do.. Attorney 14 S. Univ.Ave Cove Spring '284-9753. plated. Water eatside M Guru U-Plcfc. ttgftf
9-5. day on Sal.. Aug.
Gainesville 3757001. I* completed. Large Muscedlnee.Large Small black .long-
6/14 Inchg. and .dark .
23. 400 S. Cherry St. Misc. .
deck male
he.rod.
overlooking mtn clog wearing
7/17 tn SEAM 9 SPIED Triwheeler sweet lt quality.
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TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING bicycle, excellent condition You can live In It while you 8/21 Items 2families. Open......'.... 8-6.Sun.2iMM block Nee. collar. LOST:
:MACHINES cleaned and* finish It up. Just 5 milesfrom Itchg. SR2 (2 mile mall black tomato poodlewearing
S8000. 10 drawer
.... s do pink" collar; none
:. .lced. Phone 964-6502 R chest, pointed antique Murphy. S24.SOOOO eat ef 10. te 220A) seeSigns.
'next to T.lagraph.21 S5,000 down.assume loon Orphl Please return
911AUCTION white like new. S4S.OO. HAPPY BIRTHDAYTO lewgn.cker Per... ,96460SSday*. 9648127night
:4tpd
HOUSE Consignments HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE' 964-S133 or .....7152. Itpd 3.16 acre located on large OUR MOM 47 1181- *. 81 ttpd.MANAGER .
'. 121.'MOTO.CYCL". mountain' trout itream
: _Icomo. EvryFriday CATHERINETHOMAS lirVVMrWWVVVVrVWVTHISHUTTERIUO TRAINEES
night. 964-8527.8/7 1977 Stream I I. about 6 foot Fet business
... growing
(4tchg 8/28. Kawasaki 400 KH 4SO. 2 wide. Good occe**. Getaway nowinterviewing ombltlou .
love
helmet' 'Included.' from It all. Severe
WILL BABVMT In my home. InterestedIn
women
Katie,S RaymondLak
iou .leave ,them we love .64-40 6/21 Itpd. good bldg. cite*. S7SOO.00. Judy, Weddings a Manager Training' Pro

:them. South 100, 964-7255. 'O.ApU-U.PlCK-I. $1500.00 down owner .Portraits l gram. SU.000 la 115.000

S/14 3lehg28.. Call 984-6305 ask for Susan picking Scupper.to go and financed. Geneva -Anniversaries4401W possible metint -year.
PRESCOTT APPLIANCES and Muscadine Open
: All ofoppllonces 3.79 acre located 'In the 100ftx436ft.LotsRestricted Madison St., Direct tale experience
Engine Repair. types ev rydoy--8 ..m. Ill dark. helpful' but not
: and engines.low Lilly's. VineyardFtorahome. mountain This Is one of for 1850 sq. Starke964..7.Q30 For Interview call necenary.Clone
the finest. hove
cost high satisfaction. 12 mile'' Eat;. tract we toejl. ft. mlnirrmm( .bjijlding! : or 964-8149 N.ld..1. 1.269.6723A
Numerous bldg. sitesFerfeefcoMe ,
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CARPENTRY 9646741.AND 2tchg MASONRY" 8/21 re. \ ,ol Keystone 100. 'Height. **, Large trees ; size In Bradford COunty.Sii"PS ... .too Sapp ( n PartO.Kr / lCENEItAL
Highway" "nL121' '
Vorki Solid 'patio, 6/21 Itchg cover'ml tract. 7500.00,
additions. I90O.OO down make
replaces LAKE FRONT LOT FOR SAUl you N
emodallng. freei Crosby Lake w/dotk. the new owner.These .
i tIm ata ,
toys-473-4473. Nights good fishing- trees. 100 ft. are a few of over LIC.

762-3906. 6/14 4tpd 9/4. an water.' 964-S471.x6/2l. 2000 listing Wa .nova all Jam.H6-614..14 h... "

SECURITY SYSTEMS..DO IT ItcKo. types of property from G vllle.m-7tK.14 hr*. !
YOURSELF AND SAVI.. V MALI B1AOU 9 month* LSOO.00 per acre and up. 9s

You can Install. your own old 782.3747. B/21 tpd. rVe hove small tract, we CONTRACTOR

security system and save.W ONE J8S HUSKUVMM chain also .hove several cabin. r-n! tl'J JAX.FLA.' 3074"1 CALL COLLECT
handle' over 100 aw. Used ono week .like, houe>. old forms ate edfeark'sSERVICES'

Security' devices. Expert new. S4SO.OO 64-780l.. Write or call for'...listing ALL WORK ARANHED

assistance or Installation 8/21 Itchg.MODEL rochure You can call free ROOFING
B AID Chairman of charge by dialing .
;vallabl.. Satisfactionguarantaed. d 20 Yr.PKlaryle.sASPHALTSHINGLES
Tractor and equipment' -800-438-7421. Write orcall
Hill.Security \
i Systems. 4733549. 800......7023. 8/21 Itchg today. 473.4340 ,

I Stpd 7/31-8/28. 1 .ONE WADER 100 AMP CHEROKEE LAND CO. or tCOMMfROAl '

/ MM C........_, combination Murphy. N.C.28906 73-4262 I ROOM ADDITIONS TAB t GRAVEL
hallark.. and stick electrode. .
HOMIIMf'IIOVIMINTISTUCCO
1I1' "
Repairs Of Major
complete with How a MICK .STONE
meter and cable' 150.00 E/actrhiAppliances SWIMMING POOL .

r 1 44-7801. 0/21 Itchg. Corvine Bradford 6 Cloy Financing Available. .
I SOWSi one with 9 piglet:: .

I Area AdsPERSONAL JI I and 2Vt yr. old boar. Call (.....n.. Blvd Counties Keystone Seen ReteceHee)to Elradferd County
| Keystone 964.."., B/21 Itpd. '

| CAMPtti_ 'rlgorolOf'Sleep 6. hooter stove, .1'45. .I 1 MOBILE HOME

.. and bathroom. excellent "200 MPI" "\ BIICH'S 0645534IPM' INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS

i condition. 4.S677. 1/21 ... $' PEST CONTROL SERVICESmeshes

HOMES INSURANCEMAINES Itpd. ., ."' ':I,!,,,, I '
HWNITUM Jhe: Master KUIurt/ POLICIES
FOR SALENOITH NSW AND USED .
SERVICES INSURANCE AOINCVl -' ARC DEOIITEBtOtSlack. and appliance. Porch 'o"d'I".I"( .. For PoclUvo Oermn.Boich Control '-

I 160 S. lake Ave., Lak.lul.r. Labrador retriever. 4yeorold reckert., BARGAIN. '..,.n.--.loI.'" ... _...... ,. special sensor. r.1H.n R..*>'-YESII, -., .REASONABLE. RATES
MADE .
CUSTOM .
MOUNTAIN 496-397B. Complete -------
DRAPIRIasPeeestimates. CAROLINA female.' Very friendly CENTER. US Wl South.MotT :
Local *. Mountain cabin Insurance Service. TFN need room to run S3O." *. TFchg sea 'Olin's Mobile '..

washable distributors. for nationally completely' with garden fireplace..-t. This I lee Dandy handy FOR SALE Call Tony 431-1114. 2tpd. PLUMBING dews,. doaro FUTHMS.fwIn.pipe, plus VACUUMNEW' J 25%. !!._' Taber Nome Salo. ;

because It CHARMING IrYLU T.V.Tapes FREE '
advertised GardiattaDraperle man special, SPANISH 10.000 other Item new at ouotes,
I I. not finished' 'Inside. bedroom 1 1/2' both ft USED nsRiisC811' Phone
*. saw Enter II GALLON OILDRUMSt$2 Bargain Center. US 3011outh..TFche' I D6"-5 os '
roughed wire and plumbIng central heat
stove,
carpet We finance our own.
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prl.... Ed or Lama 50 to $5.00each. EhiinO
Stephen. 496-2219. completed. Water and' Call NAPA 4962345. and air forgo yard. SB ACRES of farm land good KIRBYS 994-792: Notes and srv.. M. Olfl.Ag."t/ ,
the outside I* compleled. assumable. low "
S/I/60TFN Sichg" 8/14 8/21. mortgage pestura some timber, ROYALS 112 E. Call St Starke ,
; largo deck overlookingmtn Interest, owner envious. ,
You con live In It fenced, with creek, EUREKAS
CRAWFORD'S COMMERCIAL. while you finish It. up. Just DUE TO DIVORCE BOOM TO OEOWtSuper nke .44 W2B 6/21 1Itc"o" .,' HooVERS W.H'Drlllin
EXTERMINATING. CO.l Serving 9 mile from Murphy. Singer. Futuro--one ofSingers two bedroom ont bath on AUTO FURNITURE BOAT .
home. business In 12..500.00. 15.000.00 finest. Blind hem. larae corner lot ((23IXI30)'with ) 110 PIB MONTH" ELECTROLUX ; -

Union Bradford I Colum- ,down assume loa.. stretch .1110' carport low taxes. 83" consal color TV,andernoi FILTER QUEENS VANN'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP '- Z"Thru ira-

bia Counne 496-3966 Colled. -- 1.1. acre*. located ,an 'ch7butlonhole. *. etc. All lots of extra*. owner will * 7/3 TfN CHG. largo mountain trout without attachment finance ot .II .percent. 1173 rah or estumeeeymeni COMMERCIAL 4 Miles South Of Startle OH 301
NEED RIDE TO ICCtfrom stream.. old for Drilling EquipmentJFumym I ITAL
Stream I* about 6 Originally over ol H permonth.
Lake. Cutler for full time foot wide. Good acce.. 8300. Pay balance duo lmOD COUtlBKiWhllaeiterior. White Sewing and W*repair. all'make 25 Years Experience NSE !
cl..*.>. Call 496.2246 or all. 8)46.80 cash ., sport wheels. ...
Get away from It or assume Appliance Center. 3577
Ai
49 -2347. leave number orm..a. now mud I v0 m"IsWas. WE WILL 'BE 'CLOSED
Several good bldg. *na.: payment of 111.80 per grip sharp S.Wi Archer Roed..Archr'Square
... Itchg 6/21 1750000. SI500 down month. Older machines accepted 83.100. Call 1962210 offer' ...... OelneevlH !

owner financed. a*partial payment 6 p.m. Itpd 8/JI. 378-44M,. tfnchg $8/21 UNTIL -SEPT, New
3.75 acre located In the White Sewing Center. 3527 ,I\MAM. 944-6919. fc d'I
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HELP'' WANTED OFFICE AND ICHOOL .. At Convenience' I
mountain. Thl to one of S.W. Archer Road. Archer :Microwave even,. f month*;, a nibs. north elSterkeenUSS Appointment\ Your "
PUES OWTStSea Union' S6b-Paru l -3ervice
the finest have Square Pkna, Gainesville.. 964'-8428 :
tract we to .Id). vaster warranty.;. l Phono .
n LVIY'1 SCRAP ell. Numerous bldg. sites. 376.4466. tfnchg 8/21 CountyTimes open Monday .ep.s Wied. Pay. batsnc ,E.Z
and :rert'
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Tuesday : ern.1ft' !!
METALipay top dollar for Perfect occe**. Large free S Wedre.d.yclosed' :d... *.,4..0'.0.'. ',
aluminium. copper this tract S7500 AMANA f.m.f 'of $19.3m' '
cover paymaoN perry
radiator battery' 4905 W. SSOO dawn make you the Microwave oven. 9 month Thursday' and FnV i nwn V While Sewing. end ,Aweiiai.Consignments IIIkHRIlIn
9th :I'.. Lake Sutler Call new owner. old.' under warranty. ?day:30: ear. ..till noon.OROWINO ., "AMUxto Center', i4.r7 n. 'DOZER WORK

496-2773 ak for leroy.:Stpd.14 These.art* a few ot over' Repossessed.. Pay balance ..AMRVSUfWIBUVilow *.W,\ New Installation'R.modaling; '',.
/ 12128.' 2000 ,lilting, We .have all' due SI74.60 cash or .SetMore,98.44o Pk*... OolneevlHVo.' -450.D7 Size.
,downpeymsmt.. l. '
S308 PER 1000 ENVELOPES type' at property from payment of 81920 per ; .. s21I .... .. :
.. ,
addre...... Guoron,.....Wafurnlth SMO per acre and up. We I month.White Sewing and .owner will' .... NsMsi_ .\,, ,,_. N ICIJ !
the envelope andpoilage. ,.have email olio 3527 ,OOOfOOMIfsV ass 0eo'." ,...... ra11 Repairs't' .
tract wo Appliance Center -* -JfRWOT .. .,....c 'v'v .
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Notional' 2024 hove (everel cabin. S.W. Archer Rood, Archer, .,....,...nosh. tlKnd hpmsrNMMN '1 BsJsgfiyiil ta .

Freedom Slvd. Dept. F-41. houses. ,old form. oN. Square Plow. GalII".' ..........601111. '
Freedom CA. 95019. 4rpd Writ ,'or call fan'free. 376-4466. tfnchg 6/21, Pr'Ri. =+ ,then, ::.........tIIf,:Aft Welcome,_ } LAND CLEARING PUMp.

1/21 8/26 9/4 9/11. H>tlng. brochure..You can .., ''qrf 9 et. I & : .
f1odehame /1
SIN PER WEEKi Port-time at call free of charge by dial. 'sit..|. MONTH, / I .. .." :' DITCHIMSFiLLLHpHMCK /
t. I 'Ivory Priddyftht '
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home. W...._. America's.foremost .Ing I SCO 438-7421. Writer 25".console color TV under 's'. 4Ift4 ,',e..ItI. '.{ .. ,, SUPPLY''COMPANY i
dictionary company .. '
Cherokee *; !
call today. '
Pay balance at' "
warranty. .. ,1
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need home
land Co. Murphy. N.C:. .
8173 cash or. OMVKMTmonth. : ))1Gm' JIIIW I I'1

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Aug. 21 24, 1980.,

Toro 1000' '. :

ElectricWeederTrimmer '


if Lawn Pump-A-Drink .
f\eQ- 3 Ft. Poly
Sprinklers 1 Gal Insulated VinylSwimming

.29"a gout Rainwave Jug
Melnor -
1liIIIIt Choice\
Nelson
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7 Reg s-ice Pool'
112 Prie '1291 .

I Weed Eater H $388
PlantStands 20 Inch Reg. '7"

I Trimmer \ FertilizerSpreader
6' Poly Vinyl

Tomato or any
$88 SwimmingI88
Reg. '1/
I climbing plant
Reg. $R89 '
\ $' 00 CP Pool
Reg. '2" '
2191.a
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807 only

I Orange Self Propelled Red f\e9' .
$988
ae'
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sll.\ $2988 Lawn Mower 6 only
'v< !Mower

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IB ** 22" Cut $9988 I I
Cut 2154 9 Inch
22" 3 only Reg. '13988:: 2 only -
Toro 1200
Oscillating
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2 Speed

h Reg. '20" $1488

2150 A 12"
Reg. 39" $2988 GreenOscillating

Mr. TurtleSwimming

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Nestea ::
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Instant Tea -

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Reg. '2ir $1 66 Fertilizer 20 LB Bag $25Q t:;


20" Box I 9 Inch
Your Choice Smoker 'V
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Reg '2488 $1888 Reg $AOO non oscillating f Reg $9f88 I
D Handle $3; < mm Reg. M309 $ 88 '39 :
$388 B
Potato Fork
Child's Tubular >\ v S3488 /
Long Handle Cultivator 49
Reg. 6995" Lawn Chair S


$ I99 Reg.8M $300
Hose '/ x 50 :
Child's Tubular ,
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